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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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daily (except sunday)
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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WEAT1IEII FORECAST
TEMPERATURE
Fair and warmer, possib possibly
ly possibly light frost tonight;
Sunday cloudy, unsettled
. and warmer.
This morning, 34.
This afternoon, 55.
VOL. 26
IJCALA, FLORIUA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18. IStfO
NO. 303

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Tch Sid of the Peace Treaty Laid
Define the tpregident-
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Jiarion, Dec. 38 rfienator Harding
today conferred .with .Senator James James-A.
A. James-A. Reed, of Missouri, democrat, and
a bitter opponent o the Versa iles
treaty, and Dr. Nicholas Murray But
kt of New York, an .advocate of the

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UUUH if

t of the

It is Worse Prejudiced Against Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Thousand Negroes than the
South as Against Tea
Milliea

On account of the motor on

our linotype getting out of
order this noon, we are com compelled
pelled compelled to leave out many
items today.

(Auocikted PreM)
Washington,, Dec 18 Charges that

negroes in the South are not permit permitted
ted permitted to vote will be Aired by the House

census committee considering reap-

r ortioiuaent, Qiairman .Siegel .an-

. 1 lL Ai l ? 1 I t m. VT

treaty who reieniauons, on m pima i r.ouncea toaay. ne saia mat requests

cabinet appointments with Harry M. iadrvMuala that Southern xezesenta xezesenta-Daugberty,
Daugberty, xezesenta-Daugberty, Hawiinff'a j?ieonvention; tion in the House be cut down, charg-

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CITY HEALTH GFHXCE&S

REPOST FOR NOVEMBER

Dairies
lews:

Dairy

i The number of 'ex-service men in
'training during the last fiscal year in-

and milk inspected as fol- j T Fisher of tYle federal 'jror

. .vocational training, reportea. mere
Sutter Bacteria the n00 "schools and colleges giving

69.000 1
M 000- RETAIL PRICES REDUCED
1&8,000 A further decrease of 2& In re re-.313,000
.313,000 re-.313,000 '0Oi Prices in November as cora cora-2i2.0CO
2i2.0CO cora-2i2.0CO Pare4 with October was reported by

Markets and bakeries inspected and tie department of labor today. Do-

J -.11 A AAA H.APA "kl4-i.J .11 XW. d

fccorea as loiiows: tviww wt uuku iu ui iue ai cmes

Cook, Carter, Sarasota,, Federal; ora which quotations were received.
3Iarsh, Hunter, Heintz, .excellent; Mor-! PUT TARIFF ON PEANUTS

. O -- f m
kins, Broadway, good.

lose
Painter
Gray
Green

Inspection
Per Cent
SS 1
...02
82
....61

Xee-Thompson'

4A
A3

5.0

raent of an emergency tariff, the

j House ways and means

committee

iENJ-AEGED PROGRAM 'ASKED tentatively agreed to place high im-

FOR BY DR. EJ5TAES0OK port tax-on wheat, corn, wool, beans,

v v iotatoes, peanuts

"Mau make uie Dureau 01 urou ;

Estimates More Helpful to

the Farmers

AN AWFUL 'BAD
STOXT ON ANNIB

Macon, jGa Dec. 8. J. T. Tura

Jr., son of a tenant of the Cutis farm.

testified in the Sheppard case Jieirhag
today that Mrs. Annie Catta a&ked

im to poison Fred D. Sheppard, the

miiiionaire ana aiiegea vcitm bj. b
poison plot for his money. Terser-said
he refused.
-: : :

00 H'T FORGET TH

KING'S DAUGUTERS
IKe Calls Upon Them are Many and
Their Dollars are Few
Every time you give them a dollar,
ou make a loan to the Lord. The
interest is ample and the repayment
is sure.' .-

8efood,'alwirs to oe had freah at
City FISa lsikst; 9 Ft. Kins Ave. tf

IWiJ r. five-passenger 'Baiek.: jlve

tires (3 cords) SpencerPedrick Motor

If you Vant a KODAK, Ceng's

Dr 'Sisre is the nly store in Ocala
tiatellsODAKS. tf

WihaW a very pretty line of
LADIES "COATS' an dour prices are
l?wer than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. tf

THE WHHID)gE i HOTEL

, JACKSONVILLE. CLOCIDA s f ;

In the heart of the ztj wi& Hemming Park for a fronts yard,
fjvery modern convenience in each room. Dining room serviee ts

second to nont

ROBERT M. MEYER,
y Maaager.

J. E. HA V AN AUGII
Proprietor.

DUSTR1AL SCHOOL

CHRISTMAS TREE

Generous Response Made' to the Star
Bequest for the People to Help
Make the Girls' Hearts Glad
Judging by the manner people give
the Star money for the Girls Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School's Christmas tree, they
want the Star of Bethlehem to shine
in full glory at that institution Christ Christmas
mas Christmas eve night.
,A Star reporter walked around the
business center f roi the postofiSce V
the Court Pharmacy yesterday after after-roon,
roon, after-roon, a trip of aboutten minutes, and
was handed ten dollars. No urging
needed. . ;

At noon today we walked on almost
the same line and was landed $25.50.
Didn't have to ask for it. P"epplepull P"epplepull-ed
ed P"epplepull-ed it out when they saw him coining,
two or irec called him back, and one
lady almost ran. him down with an
automobile. Ocala likes the school.
Following is the list of givers to

date:

Dr. H. F. Watt. .............. .$5.00

i DOES HE KNOW? r
j The Senate finance committee; de de-jded
jded de-jded before feting on the soldier
' A 1 '11 1

(Associated Press) j. compensation-Din to seeK lniormation
Washington, Dec. 17. A plea vfo,j regarding federal finances from Sec Sec-enlarged
enlarged Sec-enlarged program of the bureau ct tary Houston.

etop'ieitunate8v'of:Athe' 'department'otV V-f
agriculture to respond to the growing DOLLS, DOLLS and then some
demands for its services in giving the jare dolls at FISHEL'S. tf
essential facts of production and sup-p ; ;
ply of crops and livestock, is contained j SMITH-BRAY.
in the annual report today 'of Dr. Leon ; x
M. Esfcbrook, chief of the bureau. Mr. W. S. Bra announces the mar-
The program, Dr. Estabrook said, jrrage of his daughter, Lois to Mr.
involves supplying information with Percy C Smith, a former Ocala boy,
regard to livestock, an industry repre- but now of Jacksonville.
senting a farm value of more thanj The wedding took place at 1 o'clock
$10,000,000,000;. dairy and poultry pro- today at the Methodist parsonage,

duction, which have an estimated an-Rev. C. W. White officiating. Only
nual value of more than $3,000,000,-'the immediate families of -both par-

000. and the rpnortintr nf nthpr r-nna ties were riresnt and aftpr th rarp. i

having an annual value of $17,000,- mony the couple left by train for

000,000. To put his program" into Jf-cksonville, where they will in the

eff ect an increased appropriation of .future reside.

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:WHITE ST

Negotiable Storage Rrccipts Issued

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVESTOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,

FURNITURE. ETC.,

BE

L!ifE

on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Ptiooe 296

$500,000 annually is

Estabrook said. Last year's appro

priation for the bureau amounted to popular young woman. By her charm-

Milby Lloyd ...
J. H. Benjamin
Ben Rheinauer
II. W. Tucker ..

Hrvey Clark .

Jim Taylor ....

H. A. Waterman
Mrs. H. A. Ford
Harry .Borland
A. C. Cobb ....
Will Taylor ...
L. H. Pillans ..
C. Y. Miller ...

iChas. K. Fishel

Joseph Malever

Jake Goldman ............ 1.00
R. L. Anderson Jr. .."1.00
Nathan Mayo 1.00

Eric Collier IJ00
Howard Walters 1.00
J. M.-Meffent . . 1.00
P. V. Leavengood i . v. 1.00
Miss Alice Bullock .50
Ciarence Camp 5.00
W. R. Preer ;.. 1.00
George MacKay 2.00

Jack Camp 5.00
Cash ..'.j. 1.00
Dr. J. E. Chace 1.00
DeWitt Griffin 1.00
Mrs. William Hocker 1.00
J. J. Gerig 5.00

J. S. Pearson 1.00
Carlisle l2lar 1.00
Miss Meta Jewett 1.00

necessary. Dr. ( Mrs. Smith as Miss Lois Bray was
year's appro-' one of the city's most deserving and I

$371,102.
In telling the people of the country
from month to month during the crop
growing season what the ultimate
harvest f pjirh rmn will K fK Kn.

rcau of crop estimates utilizes the
services of an army of crop reporters
which numbered last year 219,861
and of which about 200,000 voluriteer
their services. The accuracy of their
forecasts has been found to be re remarkably
markably remarkably close to actual production,
the report said. Cotton production
has been under-estimated 1.5 per cent,

the average lor the last twenty years
shows. In seven oi these years' the
crop was over-estimated, once to the
extent of 5.1 per cent, once 3.7 per
cent and the other five times less than
one per cent.
Reduced appropriations caused a
discontinuance of special service for
fruit, truck, potato, tobacco, rice and
cotton crops which have an annual
value in excess of $4,500,000,000.
A large number of voluntary crop

reporters entered the military serv service
ice service but those who remained on the
farm, notwithstanding the scarcity of
farm labor andthe enormous crops to
be handled, displayed a commendable
spirit in keeping the number of re reports
ports reports up to the point where accuracy
was assured in the estimates, Dr.
Estabrook said.

SEARCHING FOR THE
- MISSING AIRSHIP

New York, Dec. 18. Two airplanes

left Mitchell field today searching for
the missing naval balloon which left
here Monday with three airmen and
has not fyeenj heard from since

ing personality and courteous man manner
ner manner she has endeared herself to a
large circle of friends who regret
that her home in future will be else elsewhere
where elsewhere than Ocala. For the past ten
years Mrs. Smith has been the chief
operator for the Ocala Telephone Co.,
which position shehas filled efficient efficiently
ly efficiently and always most accommodatingly.
She will be much missed at the tele telephone
phone telephone office.
Mr. Smith, an Ocala boy, son of
Mr. andjMrs.C. W. Smith, who liva
just east of Xendrick, and a brother

to Judge W. E. Smith of this city, has

always made his home here prior to
the war, when he entered the navy and
for over two years was in France. Mr.
Smith is, a young man of sterling
qualities and since his residence of a
year in Jacksonville, .where he is as-
sociated with Swift & Cb',xhas made'
a score of friends, both socially and
in the business world.
The manyOcala friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Smith wish them every good
fortune .for a happy and successful
married life.

Mums

THE VOGUE

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

When you are doing your holiday
stepping look over our line of import imported
ed imported and domestic hair brushes. Tydings
& Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

"The Vogue" is the name of the new
ice cream and candy parlor that will

open in the south wing of the Har Harrington'
rington' Harrington' Monday morning. It will be
managed by Messrs. L. F. Smith and
O, H. pruce, recently of Jacksonville.
The latter has had considerable ex experience
perience experience in the manufacture and mar marketing
keting marketing of ice cream, having been con con-rected
rected con-rected with one of the largest con concerns
cerns concerns in the northwest for a number
of years,' and also with Mansfield in
Chicago. The Vogue will do a whole wholesale
sale wholesale as 'well "as retail business. This

morning one of the gentlemen brought
the Star force a most liberal helping
of ice cream vrhich we would recom recommend
mend recommend to all lovers pi that dainty, for
it was certainly delicious. The Star
wishes the new concern abundant suc success.'.1
cess.'.1 success.'.1 :'-

Immerson Heaters

: Warming Pads

Chafing" Dishes, Electric
: Grills, Flashlights, Elec Elec-:
: Elec-: trie Heaters, Electric
: Irons, Electric Percola-

Boudoir Lamps,
Lamps, Floor

Sewing Mach-

tors,

i Table

: Lamps,

ines, Sewing Machine

Motors and
Western
Electric
Washing
Machines
Come see them

Total .......$56.50

ORDER' OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday, evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-i
i sov-i eigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bay, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
U OF TRAINS IN OCALA

W. TOCKEM

Seaboard Air Use
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10 a.m.
Leave for Tampa......... 2:15 a. m.j
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:50 p. ra.
Leave for Tampa 1 :55 p. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.

Leave for Tampa......... 4:05p.m.

Arrive from Tasfpa Z:l4 a.ta.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York 1:34 a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
-eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35 p. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.

Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41 a. a.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa..... 3:25p.m.

Arrive from Gainesville,

daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.

Leave for Gainesville, daily

except bunday ........ .4:45 p in,
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon

day. Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.

HELP THE RED US!

It's Task This Winter is to Save

Three and a Half Million Chil Children
dren Children from Starvation
With three and a half million chil

dren in Europe on the verge of 'actual
starvation, the majority of whom are
certainly doomed unless American aid1

is forthcoming immediately, lead Leg
citizens throughout the entire South:

are rapidly organizing to "fender as

sistance before Christmas,' and to se

that the South does its part in pre preventing
venting preventing what may be the greatest
tiagedy the world has ever known.

Headed by Herbert Hoovef, every

relief organization now operating in

Europe has joined in an effort to pre

vent the disaster and all of them have

agreed that the plight of these help helpless
less helpless children shall have complete
priority in overseas charity until the
situation is met. The organizations
which are actively engaged with: the

problem, and which are jointly mak making
ing making the appeal, are the American Re Relief
lief Relief Administration, the American Red

Cross, the American Friends Service

Committee (Quakers) the Jewish'

Joint Distribution Committee, the Fed

eral Council of the Churches of Christ
m America, the Knights of Columbus, Columbus,-the
the Columbus,-the Y. M. C. A. and the Y..V7. C. A.

European countries where the situa-'
tion is so serious are already impov-'
erished, and famine stricken, these
countries themselves are spending, and
will spend twd dollars to every one
contributed by Americai according to

the American Relief Administration.
And although the famine has assumed
"such serious proportions that hundreds
fjthousands of adults will undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly die of starvation, and epidemics
caused by undernourishment, the

adults at least have a fighting chance,
and their plight cannot be touched to

lany large extent by American aid.
P. rr.1 "a .

vine situation is so desperate, ana
the time within which aid must be
piven is so short that there is no time
to build up the usual careful organiza organization
tion organization by which funds have been secured
in the' past, and although the nucleus
of organizations have volunteered for
service, the funds must be secured in
the main purely by voluntary sub subscription.
scription. subscription. The cost of saving one child
Is. as nearly as can be estimated, ten
dollars. s
In a number of Southern states,
however, prominent men and "gomen
b?.ve volunteered to act as state chair chairmen,
men, chairmen, and are giving their time to se securing
curing securing the necessary funds. In Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. E. Marvin Underwood of Atlanta
is state chairman, with a committee
consisting of Eugene Black, Joseph C.
Logan, Mrs. W. H. Felton, V. IL
Krieghabee, Rabbi David Marx, Ar Ar-ir.and"
ir.and" Ar-ir.and" May, Harold Hirsch, Morris
Michael and Leopold Adler, W. W.
Orr, Mrs. Archibald Davis, John J.
Eagan, Marion Jackson nd John V.
McCaflum.

In North Carolina; Henry A. Page,
if Aberdeen, is chairman. In South
Carolina WTifliam Elliot is chairman,

end is organizing the state. Erskmo
Ramsey Pratt, of the Construction

Coal Company, Birmingham, is chair

man of Alabama, and J. E. Edgerton

of. Nashville is chairman for Tennes-i

see.

Many subscriptions already have

bten made. Individuals are pledging
themselves to care for 25, 50 and 100
children, according to the amount

they can give. Sunday schools.

churches, fraternal orders, woman's
clubs and other bodies have agreed to

play Santa Claus to the children in

such dire need. Where a person i

not seen by his local committee, he
may send his donatfon through any of official
ficial official of the relief agencies backing
the movement; .or of his state chair chairman;
man; chairman; or he may send it directly to

Franklin K. Lane, treasurer, Euro European
pean European Relief Council, 42 Broadway,
New York city.

In another column will be found an

appeal to the American people issued

jointly by all the relief organizations

participating in the relief effort.

OUR CIGARS, "they are sweet as a
nut." Special box Xmas shipment ar

rived at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 4t

A NATURAL QUESTION

Miami, Fla., Dec. 18. "When is he
coming?" asked Joe L. Earman, when
irformed over long distance telephone
by the Associated Press, of Gov. Catts
threat to go to Palm Beach "with his
dcuble-barrelled shotgun" and have a
fl nal settlement with Earman. Ear Ear-niaH
niaH Ear-niaH declared he would not run away
but would remain in Palm Beach to
"welcome" the governor.

i



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920

Nov Goods Sanitary
; ;
;v;Meat: Market and Grocery
"Evcrylhing Good to Eat"

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

HOLIDAY SPECIALS
Choice.Meat Cuts Country Sausage
Appfes t Oranges i Bananas
Cranberries:
Celery: Lettuce 1 Turnips
, v. Complete Line of i Dried Fruits
Promptness, -.V'i," : :

i8

Oysters
Nuts
Peppers
Courtesy

r: ANNOUNCEMENT ; r
tf-. 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 asd
Mr. Spencf, leaving us, that We are going out of the business and that we
were; no .longer to' ..handle .this' line. y s v .;
; In justice and good-will to all concerned I wish todefinitely 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
Undertaking Department and that we" have been running it for the last
three months. That instead of selling out or going out for any cause
y.hatsoever that my company intends to go in 'for the best and most up--4to-date
possible business and "service methods in Undertaking 'and Em Embalming
balming Embalming and at the closest possible prices' consistent with good service.
, To this end we have secured the services of Mr. G. B. Overton, as Man-
ager, Embalmer. and Funeral Director, Mr. Overton comes 1 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, 15years 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. arid iC. of P. The
public can rest assured, of pleasing mrnners and courteous and efficient
.services when he is called upon. '
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPLY,
. ( Per George MacKay.

1 F.

m4

Remember!

, That the Still Better
Willard' Battery is the
only storage battery
with Threaded Rubber
Insulation betveen
positive and negative
plates.'
r Threaded Rubber In- -sulation
has been se selected
lected selected by 152 builders
of motor cars and
trucks. v

-ft.

Ocala Storage Battery Co;
20 N; Main Street
Ocala. Florida ;

Christian Science Services
Room 9s Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wadnesday evening meeting at 8
fck.
.
Christian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school- Mr.
Hjndman, superintendent.
11 a. m. Preaching by State Evan Evangelist
gelist Evangelist Harp. , J

. 7:30 p. m. Preaching by Mr. Harp.
, -' -' :.-
? v Episcopal
Fourth Sunday in- Advent, :
: (John J. Neighbour, Rector)
7:30 a. m.- Holy communion communion-9:45
9:45 communion-9:45 a. m.- Sunday-school.
r ll a. m.Moming prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. ...- r,
t No evening service.
All cordially invited.
'
. Baptist (
Rev. C. L. Collins, Tp.,' Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

r U a. m-r Public worship with ser sermon,
mon, sermon, subject. "In Bthlehem of Judea."
J 6:30 p. m. Junioi- and Senior B.
Y. P. U.
7 :30 p. m. Preaching. Sermon py
the pastox subjecty "Why the Chimes
Rang,'' a Christmas story.
Presbyterian

(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)

11 a. m. Morning worship.
Doxology.
Invocation.
Hymn, "My Gracious Lord, I Own
Thy Right."
Scripture lesson, I Timothy 3:1-16.
Hymn, "Lab'rers of Christ, Arise."
Offertory. ; ;; ,
Prayer (congregation standing.)
Solo, 'broken Pinion" (Herbere
Johnson) Miss Bullock.
Sermon, "Qualifications of Deacons."
Hymn, "Ye Servants of the Lord."
Benediction.

Closing Prayer. -
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.

Hymn, ."The Lord is My Shepherd."

Prayer (congregation standing).
Hymn, "The Voice of Jesus."
Scripture lesson, II Timothy 3:1-17
Hymn; "Wonderful Book."

' Duet and chorus, "Only in Jesus"

Mr. Albert Gerig. Miss Bullock and

choir. -: '
Sermon, "Our Holy Scriptures."
Prayer (congregation standing).

Hymn, "Savior, Like a -Shepherd
Benediction.
Closing Prayer..

v Don't Fail to see Our Wonderful Showing of
C H R IS T M A S G 1 F T S

DRIVE TO RECRUIT THE'

RED. DIAMOND DIVISION

There is nothing that affords

pleasure than the Anticipation of making others

happy. : In our store will be found just the selec selection
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1920

THREE

JOE AND SID HAVE DISSOLVED against him.

- i He has had a .golden copo.-tunity to
(Joe Earman in Palm Beach Tost) ? ?good. j
Reverend S. Johnson. Catts, gover- If Catts- had reinstated Thompson
nor of Florida, has reinstated Edgar Immediately after the primary when
C. Thompson as f&trle's : attorney of :the people 'expressed their choice, no
"the fifteenth judicial, circuit in the'cne would have complained.
cIosi".j"t"ji'tcf the mo?t tubulc-nt ad- Th? cnx.Ttur.ity vas ixtended to
jninis'tration "that FJorIJa has ever ex- O tt?- to rdn-jte -Thomson when

rr-eanmg of squandering.
Old Sid knows, that the evidence in ;
his, hands consisting of a statement ;
from the judge of the fifteenth judic- I
ial circuit and other sworn statements j
legarding Thompson drunkenness I

Eoard of Health.
Sid, vatch thj- step.
';;T,vt':?.5r ro recazc for ny rrr.iova'
I won't resign.

I want honor.

! My record as chairman of the state
Lnard of control and president of the
Bxote board cf health is an open book.
. The state board of health laboratory
ii.'or West Palm Beach is an assured

Under the circumstances removal at ) fact, as the contract for its erection

pericnccr:.
Th;r rein

a slop at 'Jud2 Do.v.fIi. avd i.-:o.

Latcmr.t of Thcrf.-on is

Otis R. Paike

prim

:,fv the

: Jude Donne! will take care of fc.m-.
self. -
11 2 it knwn and rernt:mbertd that
Joe Kni;L.n is going to re.,-nt to the
utmoy't., '
-Catts removed Thcru-aon for drunk-

rd .".; ft:

re -.itrnt-d immediately
ry.
rjj'ali this oppi t-r.Ity,

r over his own

could not appoint T'.orrp-

--d in a lette

would bring about a confirmation of !ul Catts' hands will be an honor. jhas bsen signed.

the removal bv the Florida state sen-s- Removal will make a martyr of at. My family and close friends wish

that Catts would remove me.
They are of the opinion that I would

i be honored and my life prolonged.
! We will now. see if Catts is also in

It was Vujrcestod to old Sid while trie ir.crate class, as his reinstatement

ate.
This

was

fact

xhompscn
mary."4

i faithful fr'nd and fnrthr consign
further explains why he Catts to innocuous desuetude, and

id did not reinstate 1 ma -rs me a bit? man in the estimation

immediately after the pri- ; of Flidn. citizens.

active service on a farm out in- the
country, beginning Jancary 5, 1 1921.
The admonition is that tilling the
soil is honorable.
Yea, more honorable than politics.
0:.c nap? of the Palm Beach Post
for oh.' Sid at the finish.
- Newsprint paper is worth ten cents
a round.
Gosh!

We always
' -.'s Trcu?c:

ry a rr.ee

of
tf

Z'A is perfectly -willing to .sacrifice jh was in West Palm Beach last Sun

ken for th j
vr't had b'-

him..:
"Vhen F'aiker resigned he appointed

i

Thompson makes him the stud

"d on the roost cf inconsistency.

rdsl Jce Earman. Woman's Club of west Palm Beach f Analyzing the Democratic Primary of

reason th-.i he (Thomrv Judge Dcnr.dL C. E. Farrinton snd .'lay thrt he write the president of the ;buz

n too scurrilous" tcv

n a 9 m

enness. on sworn 'affidavits also- upon ( C. B. Farrington, an honorable lawyer

the; plain statement ci facts regard

ing Thompson's drunkenness by Judge
Ddhneli over the judge's signature.
. The judge of the fifteenth judicial
circuit is responsible for the conduct
of his court, and he informed the gov governor
ernor governor through what is how known as a
public document regarding Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's drunkenness and asked for his
removal.
Previous to the removal Catts had
rru i r v: i s j.-

iuuijijjsuu (luuie uun uuuer investiga investigation
tion investigation in his (Catts') room" at the 'Ara 'Ara-gon
gon 'Ara-gon hotel in Jacksonville, which wa
in the spring of last year.' : V 'I
Thompson signed'a letter tendering
. his resignation," same ; to be effective
xftien th signatures of George B. Ba Baker,
ker, Baker, George .0. Butler and Joe Ia Jlar Jlar-nuan
nuan Jlar-nuan were attached. ' ; 1 1
Captain George Baker is dead.
For some reason, known only' to
himself, as he has never made a public
explanation, George O, Butler did not
sign Thompson's letter of resignation.
Be it known and remembered that

consistent Joe Earman signed it.
Be.it further known and remember remembered
ed remembered that consistent Joe Earman is still
against Thompson and drunkenness.
Thompson was appointed judge of
the fifteenth Judicial circuit.
Owing to the opposition of Senator
W. L. Hughlett, the appointment fail failed
ed failed o confirmation. -j :
I was Thompson's friend and believ believed
ed believed in him in those days '
Thompson's appointment as circuit
judge went to the senate the last day
of the session of 1917.
The next day after the senate had
adjourned, he was appointed state's
attorney. v i
When his conduct through drunken drunkenness
ness drunkenness became reprehensible, I went

and sober, worthy citizen, to be state's
attorney of the fifteenth judicial cir circuit.
cuit. circuit. "."' .' ;
. Mr. Farrington has made a good
state's attorney. -' i
He made a good record as prosecu prosecutor
tor prosecutor in the Howell murder trial not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding the fact' that there was
no conviction and a mistrial resulted,
the jury being ten. to two for convic conviction,
tion, conviction, i
Mr. Farrington's commission reads,
''To fill out an unexpired term."
' K. R. Paderick, Catts' son-in-law,
who Is tax collector of Duval county,
was commissioned to fill out the unex unexpired
pired unexpired term of J. Walter Rast.
R. Fleming Bowden was elected tax
collector of Duval county in the gen general
eral general election for a .four-year term,
also for the unexpired term of Rast.
Catts refused to commission Bow Bowden
den Bowden for the unexpired term. -.
He commissioned '' Farrington fov
the unexpired term, and now for po political
litical political reasons, as he told me last Sun Sunday
day Sunday that if Frank Clark and Park
Trammel! locked horns and both were
candidates for United States senator
in the primary of 1922, Tie would get

finto the race and that Edgar Thomp

sons vast influence and support would political dub.

I am not going to be sacrificed.
.4' Consistency, where hast thou went
j-ince Sid got the job?"
I have been wondering when" he
abrogated the commission of Farring Farrington
ton Farrington by reinstating'Tnompson, was he
consistent and yould abrogate son-in-law's
commission at the same time."
"It makes a difference whose ox is
gored." rv -j' .. t
The circumstances regarding the
two offices are similar and parallel,
with the exception that the office of
tax collector is on a commission basis
and that of state's attorney is a
straight salary of twenty-four, hun hundred
dred hundred dollars a year.
The further information can be ex extended
tended extended that the months of November
and December t are "strawberry
patches' so to speak, for tax collec collectors
tors collectors in Florida, discounts being' ex extended
tended extended during this period. v
I have' been a consistent friend of
Sid Catts.
; I,- have supported him all the way
through.
I have put up with much foolishness.
Through my loyalty and consistent
support of old Catts, have suffered
political ignominy.
The only thing "that I have 1een
commended for since the primary,

June 8th, was my loyalty, to an old

land the toga' for him (Catts.) ; -J
The Thompson-Catts combine.
: W-h-e-w .
Tessie, you need not pass the ipecac.
'Everybody will spew without it.
Now, if this is not squandering the
people's money, which is the salary
that will have to be paid Thompson
brought about on a death-bed political
intrigue, inasmuch ? as Thompson has
been reinstated according to Catts'
own statement for political help in
li?22, Josephus does not know the

. I want the world to know that
Thompson's reinstatement is Catts'
responsibility.
I want the world to further know
that it is not Joe Earman's responsi responsibility
bility responsibility and that Joe Earman did not
endorse the reinstatement.
When Reverend S. Johnson Catts
reads this his anger will rise up much!
He will swell up and get mad.
Sid, don't bust.
His first thought will be to remove
me as president of the Florida State

to send h;rn a copy of a letter recently j

forwarded to Edgar. C. Thompson re regarding
garding regarding his conduct at a dance in their
building on November 22nd.
Many citizens would like to know' if
he did this.
Sid Catts has sold his priceless herm hermitage
itage hermitage of consistency any fidelity for a

iniess of political pottage, said pottage

being Thompson's promise of political

support to Sid Catts in 1922.
I have come all the way through for
a friend. V
I have no apologies to make for
sticking with Catts down to his and
my defeat.
! I have been a consistent friend.
His inconsistency has torn the blan blanket
ket blanket and we have parted politically f or or-evermore.
evermore. or-evermore. During 1918, he wrote me a vicious
letter. .'.
I wrote him one back.
I am going to take a day off in the
near future and dig through my files
attempting to find this correspon correspondence.
dence. correspondence.
If it is located there will be some
irteresting reading in this column.
I hooked in with old Catts in 1916.
I believed in him.
At the finish he has disappointed
me. '. i '
. Politics is hell.
I'll say they are.
Especially, when one messes up
with inconsistency.
I am a sick man from a physical
standpoint. ,
The doctors have told me to discon discontinue
tinue discontinue active business and quit messing
with politics.
Affairs of the state board of health
are in good condition, both financial
and otherwise.
There is approximately ninety thou thousand
sand thousand dollars at this time in funds of
the state board of health.

, -. t June 8th f
Catts' reinstatement of Thompson
has reopened the issues of the June'
primary to a material extend. j

I am a democrat.
There are approximately fifty-four
hundred voters in Palm Beach county.
Less than sixteen hundred voters
participated in the June democratic
primary.
No candidate, with one : exception,
(Jimmie Hunter) received more than
one thousand votes
It will therefore be observed that
less than one-fifth of Palm Beach
county's voters nominated its officials
for the next four years.
I was defeated in the primary.
Could have "hooked in" with, repub republicans
licans republicans and other influences, and with
the support of this newspaper "bust "busted"
ed" "busted" the democratic party in Palm

Beach county wide open.
I didn't do it.
When the result of the primary was
finally known, I wrote an article and
paid twelve dollars and fifty cents
telephone tolls from Jacksonville
whereby same could be published sec second
ond second morning after the election.
Like a good democrat, I ; accepted
the result and extended greetings to
the bosses shut up and took my medicine.

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The Palm Beach Post supported all
democratic nominees.
I have never gone back on a friend
in my whole life. .
I have been accused of tnany things
like all politicians or men who attempt
to do things in life.
But I have never been accused of
in gratitude or inconsistency.

Old Catts was the mill-stone around
hiy neck.
I knew it at the time and realized
that he was a political impossibility.
I had to stick to a friend, and made
the best losing fight I knew how to
conduct conduct-Old
Old conduct-Old Catts has rewarded my friend friendship
ship friendship by reinstating Thompson.
He has further consigned himself
to political oblivion.
- During, the past four years, he has
dug his own political graye. t
He has laid down in it, and it has
caved in.

"In the place where the tree falleth,
there shall it lie."

Be it known that I am in no politi

cal grave.
On January 1, will discontinue ac
tive business, and will finish with pol

ltics m 1921, provided old Sid doesn't

uie witn removal oeiore my

term expires.

The only great issue in my four

years' political existence in West Palm

Beach was the Thompson controversy;

I am right on this proposition.
Time will so prove.

I thought muc"h before, and realized
that a vicious political fight was. on

my hands when Judge Donnell ajid I
asked for. Thompson's removal.

It will be observed that some of

those who etxended him cordial and
active support, are silent at this time,
and no exuberant joy' manifested.
Why? '' ;
Catts Idiosyncrasies,

Reverend S. Johnson Catts had the
gclden opportunity of being the great greatest
est greatest man in all Florida.-
He has petered out.
The last man who talks to him is

the influence.
I have been intimate with him.
Be il known that I usually got what
I wanted.
How did I do it?
Didn't go around him except when I
had specific business or a proposition
to put over.
Familiarity breeds contempt.
' Didnt' want to agitate the contempt I

within me.
Was wise enough jiot to leave a
matter open for someone else to influ influence
ence influence him after I left.

Never slept with him, so to speak.
During hi3 administration he has at
times surrounded himself with poli politicians
ticians politicians of the peanut variety.
They came.
,They went.
The mistake they made was pro prolonged,
longed, prolonged, intimate and close contact with

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(It will be observed that I qualify f

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I have been wondering what the
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He has stated to a. mutual friend
tfcat the politicians have jammed his
religion.
He "ain't" referring, to me.
It i3 most respectfully suggested
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Joe Earman should worry.
Joe Earman's letter to Catts will be
found on the third page. It's a rip rip-isnorter.
isnorter. rip-isnorter. ' "X .. .. y :
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" We'll bet Joe Earman is busy toda
throwing up breastworks. Sid will
throw up the sponge.

Gov. Catts has threatened many meu
since he first achieved unpleasant no notoriety
toriety notoriety in Florida, and they are all
. alive yet.' Vvv;
He used to be six-gun Sid; now ne is
shotgun Sid. f But there is nothing on
record to show he can hit anything
-with either.

We thought Africa was dark enough
without sending General Smuts over
there.- Bromides.
DidnV have to. lie was born there.

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Irish industries but

the condition of

the island cer

tainly has enough burnt Cork to sup supply
ply supply all the nigger, minstrels in the
world, for the next hundred years,;.

It is rumored that one Florida fed federation
eration federation club woman is actively at work
in behalf of Mendenfcall. An almost
impossible thought! Tampa Tribune.
Why? Hasn't he a reputation as a
lady killer?
t ? There are strong indications all
Over the South that farmers and bus business
iness business men are becoming weary of the
political attitude of this section on the
tariff an attitude into which they
are forced mostly by selfish northern
politicians. The tariff is not a moral
.and shouldn't be av political issue. It
is an economic question nd should be
so treated. The farmers of Marion
county are today suffering from the
attitude of political bullheads on the
tariff.' The Star doesn't believe in a
prohibitive tariff. But it believes that
cur decent-living American fanners
and mechanics should have protection
against the half -naked black and yel yellow
low yellow workers of the tropics and the
' tolshevized- labor of Europe.
While we have received no official
notification, we infer from the gener general
al general expressions of sentiment that Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Frank Clark will be a can candidate
didate candidate for the Senate in 1922; against
Senator Trammell. Should the infer inference
ence inference be confirmed, the Star will sup support
port support Mr. Clark. He lis a man of high
ability and wide acquaintance with
public affairs, and there is never any
doubt of what stand he takes on a
question. The Star has not been a
warm political supporter of Mr. Tram Trammell
mell Trammell since the Mariarma massacre,
after which he refused to put the men
responsible-out of office. We must ad admit
mit admit that Mr. Trammell has made a
fairly good record as senator. And
he is undoubtedly popular. A race
between him and Mr. Clark would be
a very interesting one.
A copy of the Washington Times
' received the other day shows a picture
cf the meeting of the members of the
public building commission who allot
space in government buildings to the
government departments. The mem members
bers members are: Maj. Clarence S. Ridley, of officer
ficer officer in charge of public buildings and
grounds; Elliot Woods, superintendent
cf the capitol building and grounds;
Jcmes A. Wetmore, acting supervis supervising,
ing, supervising, architect of the treasury depart-
ment; ,, Congressman Frank Clark of
Florida; Congressman John" W. Lang Lang-ley
ley Lang-ley of Kentucky; Senator Reed Smoot
of Utah, chairman of the commission,
and Edward Clark, secretary of the
commission, pur Frank is sitting up
straight and alert right in the middle

of the bunch. The member from the, OCALA' LODGE No. 286, B."P. O. E.
Second Florida District has a great j
deal of influence in the House of Rep-t Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
lesentatives. Doesnt take un much ,ai-d Protective Order of Elks, meets

i the second and fourth Tuesday eve-

time in talking, but is a worker from
away back.

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The" state railroad commission will
meet in Ocala shortly to investigate
the matter of removing the Seaboard
Air Line freight depot from the basin
at the head of Silver Springs. The
secretary of the Board of Trade calls
attention to the fact that this hearing
of the commission is for the purpose
of finding out what the public wants
done in' the matter. The Board of
Trade has appointed a committee to
meet ; with v the commission, but this
committee is uninstructed. The only
position that the Board of Trade has
tatfen in the matter has been to ask
the railroad commission to refuse
permission for the removal of the de depot
pot depot until ?the public could be heard
from in .the matter. What does the
public want done in the matter ?
The secretary of the Board of Trade
holds, the personal opinion that the
people of. Marion county have failed
to catch the vision of what Silver
Springs really are, as is so often the
case with 'those who live so clpse to
a thing.. In the secretary's pinion
the springs should be classed with
such natural wonders as Mammoth
Cave, the hot springs and geysers of
Yellowstone Park and the Catalina
Islands, and because the springs are
such a natural wonder he thinks that
the basin at the head of the springs
and the other basins containing .the
boils should be kept free of the un un-sightliness
sightliness un-sightliness and the desecration and
despoilage of commercial traffic.
Freight traffic especially, with its

"filth and .trash, should be kept farther

down; the river, the secretary thinks,
and but of the springs themselves. No
freight wharves should be permitted
r ear the springs. In putting them
further,, down the river, of course, the
necessary roads must be built to them,
eayi-the, secretary, and these roads
and thes necessary wharves down the
river should be provided for before
the present wharf is removed.
The secretary would like to see the
lands around Silver Springs" eventual eventually
ly eventually becortie public property to be main maintained
tained maintained as a park, city, state or na national.
tional. national. At present the waters of the
sr rings being navigable, are under
public control, but the lands around
the springs are private property.
The secretary's ideas are good.
; DearV Mr. Benjamin, Editor Ocala
Star: Read your editorial on what
you thought about Duval's defeat at
the hands of Haverhill's team and,

LMr. Editor, if you were not at the

game I think it would be a good idea
to inform you that Haverhill out out-weighed
weighed out-weighed Duval over twenty pounds to
the man and jthat's considerably more
than Duval outweighed Ocala and
there was also a considerable differ differ-tvee
tvee differ-tvee in the score of the Duval-Haver-hil!
game and that of the Duval-Ocala
battle, And again, Mr. Editor, from

the mouths of famous. coaches of va-J

rious Southern colleges, who happen happened
ed happened to attend this game,' we were in informed
formed informed by that as a fighting team Du Duval
val Duval was Haverhill's superior. The only
stumbling block was the weights of
human beings and weights that would
fro well on a college team. KAs far as
Haverhill being so far ahead of Duval
as a machine,' Mr. Editor, I would like
to say that place Haverhill against
Duval in actual weight and there
wouldn't :,be anything in Haverhill's
favor. It is too bad that you don't
appreciate our team, Mr. Benjamin,
but ijt's the only one in the state as far
as I can see and if Ocala doesn't know
it probably would be a good idea for
the writer to send you a few clippings
on that game that Ocala played here.
I saw Ocala here and there was much
difference in Ocala's weight and that
of Haverhill. Red in Times-Union.
Dear Mr. Red : We don't know
what you are driving at. When Du Duval
val Duval plays another Florida team, it's
our inclination to be neutral, but as a
Floriduuv we naturally regretted to
have Duval lose a game to a team
from, another state, and we tried to
give a natural explanation for the de defeatan
featan defeatan explanation endorsed, by the
way, by a competent football critic
who saw the game. We were not sore
over Ocala's. defeat. We simply said
it was wrong to send such a light, un un-practced
practced un-practced team against one with more
weight and more practice, and if you
yill look up your files you will find
that you heartily endorsed' our re remarks.
marks. remarks. We daresay that your opinion
of the .respective skill of Haverhill
and Duval t is honest, but it doesnt
agree with that of a good many other
people who saw the game.
Stanley "FERROSTAT" is non non-b'
b' non-b' eakable keeps hot cr cold. Quart
ai d two-quart sizes. Tydings & Co. tf

Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon

Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,

Flat Office nhone 211 : residence i e

vu gs of each month. Visiting "breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

; upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E. R.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S.. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 4 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets everyx Tuesday evening at tne
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. arid Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. R. Euffman, Secretary.

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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A -cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. &. S.

We .are showing the finest line ol
Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im Imported,
ported, Imported, that we have ever carried.
Bought direct and the prices are right.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf

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Gifts That Last

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And Let ns 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 WhiU,
Gold, Green and Red
Diamond Rings
Ruby Rings
Sapphine Rings in Blue, Pink,
- White and. Golden (-
, Pearl Rings
Emerald Rings
Cameo Rings, all kinds
Opal Rings
Topaz Rings v.
Emblem Rings, all orders
BROOCHES: Diamonds and
Platinum, Cameos and
Others, a Large
Asortment
BAR PINS: I Gold, Sflrer,
Platinoid, etc Fine
Assortment
Cuff Buttons and Link,s all
x Kinds
" Collar Pins
Beauty and Dress Pins
Lingerie Clasps
Bib Holders
v 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
Sheaff er Fountain Pens, the
Best Pen on the Market
Ever-Sharp Pencils
Gold Handle Pocket Knives
Pearl Handle Pocket Knives
Vest Chains
Coat and Waldemar Chains
Fobs, all Kinds
Community Silver, Every
Thing
Cut Glass, the Prettiest Line
- Vases, Large Selection
Water Sets
Glasware, Large Line
Plateaus
Manicure Sets, Large and
Small
G or ham Sterling Silver
Clocks, Mantel, Traveling
and Alarm
Harmonicas
Chests of Silver, Sterling
and Plate
Child's Sets and Cops
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
in 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.

Gifts That Last"

E you are in doubt as to what to buy

' for the Men and Bovs 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 elsewhere
where elsewhere Compare them and be convinced.

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"Society" Brand Suits for Men and Boys
"Faultless" Pajamas and Night Shirts
Manhattan Shirts iti Silks and Madras
Pheonix Silk Hosiery
Mallory Hats and Douglks, Dunlap and Emerson Shoes
Bath Robes with Slippers to match
Carters Underwear Finest Neckwear
Wardrobe Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags
Hunting Boots Walking Sticks i Gloves and Gauntlets
Silk and Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, Belts, Etc..

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success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
WE STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent with right bank bank-ing
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Bank

Automobile Storage

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CHARITY CARD PARTY
A BRILLIANT SUCCESS

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1 It will do vourheart good '-to take your time
in going through these stores. Make a close in inspection.
spection. inspection. We have 'as fine 7 a line f of Fancy
Groceries as ou will findin the state. You
don't often find Self Serve Cash and Carry
stores earn ing such a fancy stock.
When it comes to QUA LIT i GOODS The
U-Serves arc in a class to themselves.

Gordon & Dillworth's Mince Meat in glass;
Special Red Cherries pitted, Puncheezy the
fruit to make good Punch; Preserved Ginger,
Cranberry Sauce in glass, Orange Marmalade,

Mint and Lemon Jellv. Red Currant Jelly. Grape

Jelly, Quince Jelly, Calf Foot Jelly. All the
g goods just listed are Gordon & Dillworth's pack
&) -and are usually found in such stores as Park &
h Tilford's.;

Importe'd Bar Le Due, Spanish Pimentoes
in glass andtin, Boned Chicken, Tomato Puree
Liquid Rennet, Old London Kayo Sauce, Beef Beefsteak
steak Beefsteak Sauce, House of Parliment Sauce, Tobasco
Sauce. Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, Royal Scarlet

) Tiny Limas, Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips,

Koyal bcarlet Yellow Cling readies, Koyal
& Scarlet Red Pitted Cherries, Royal Scarlet Rasp Rasp-&
& Rasp-& b erries. Roval Scarlet RasDberrv Dricot and

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Rasberry and ICurrant Jams, Stuffed Figs in

glass. Pink Seedless Guavas in heavy syrup )

Sandwich Olives, Pimento CJlives, Queen Olives, t

Ripe Q lives, Cuitis Hearts of Baby Artichokes,
Artcihoke Hearts A La Greque packed in glass,
Georges Absolutely Boneless Cpd Fish in pound
boxes, Curtis Kippered Herring-Filets, Fresh
Mackerel in tin, Soused Sardines, Herring in
Tomato Sauce, Kitchen Bocjuet, Silver Lake
Rheubarb, Sardine' Paste, Bloater Paste and
Salmon Pa3te.

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Seeded Raisins Dates Fifes
Walnuts Almonds
Shelled Almonds Block Molasses, Etc.
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Jnsl In New Florida Syrup in quart Iruil jars only 35c
- U-SERVE TOKE
' CASH AND CARRY
One East And One West City Square
Shop at the one Nearest you

The card party last night at the
Woman's Club, given under the au auspices
spices auspices of the hospitality committee of
the club and assisted by other mem members,
bers, members, for the benefit of the Children's
Home Society of Florida, proved pne
of the most triumphant successes ever
given in the city. The sum netted 13
over twice the amount the club pledg pledged
ed pledged to give.
Those on the entertaining commit committee
tee committee deserve the highest praise for their
untiring energy and work, which not
only resulted in one of the most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable occasions that card players

have indulged in this year, but at the

same time was a benefit for one of the

worthiest institutions in the state..

The club house has on numerous oc

casions been the scene of pretty par-

ties, but never was it more appro appropriately
priately appropriately and artistically beautiful
than last evening. The Christmas

spirit was in the air and felt immed

iately upon entering the receiving
hall- In the center of the platform 'at
the west side pf the auditorium stood
a brightly ornamented Christmas tree,
while to the side hi small chairs were

life-like dolls which cleverly signified

the little orphans of the Jacksonville

home looking forward to a Christmas
tree loaded with remembrances of love

and affection, -sprays of greenery

garnished the wainscoting and with

other green foliage caused the rooms

to look most cozy, warm like and at
tractive. V

jf rom :ju to iu:3U auction i was

spiritedly indulged in and there were

at least twenty-five "tables of players,
all of whom seemingly were most

joyously happy. Promptly at 10130
the signal was given to cease playing

and the players were requested to add
the scores for all were eagen to learn

the fortunate ones to secure the prizes

which hung on the Christmas tree.
- The first prize for ladies, an exquis

ite sofa pillow, donated by Rheinauer

& Co., fell to Mrs. R. S. Hall, and the

first prize for the gentlemen, a Stet

son hat, donated by H. A. Waterman,
wasv secured by Mr. W. M. Palmer.

The consolation prizes fell to Mrs.' O

E. Cox and Mr. Jack Camp. The for

mer's was a handsome botf of station

ery given by the Specialty Shop, while

Mr. CsfmpVprize was a fruit cake do

nated by the O. K. Teapot Grocery,

which he presented to Mr. Fred Hock-

er to be auctioned off. and the cake

was knocked down to Mr. p'almer for
a neat little sum. The booby prize
was awarded to Mr. Harvey Clark, but
he declined to accept it and the same
was auctioned off, Mr. Paul Simmons

being the lucky bidder. It was an at

tractive baby rattler, which the owneii
has many uses for.

On counting the receipts it was

found that $87.50 was the total, and on

the suggestion of Mr. Hocker the gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen made donations to increase
th)e sum total to $100, which finally
grew to $115.
Refreshments were served, at the
conclusion of this very pleasant oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Those assisting in this- en entertainment
tertainment entertainment deserve the many compli compliments'
ments' compliments' that were expressed by the
guests. The Woman's, Club pledged
$50 as its Christmas offering to the'
oiphanagei which was more than dou dou-bied.

We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given
to our customers and friends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of youi
business.
Call on us when in need cf advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lendfng mon6y, as well as accepting deposits.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM

Resources More Than a Million.

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We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains anu. Guaranteed as represented.
; Tires; Tubes, Accessories and Storage

Cars Washed 1.00

Cars Polished $1.00

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only the ability to co-operate. No initiation fee,
no membership duea. For information, consult tJb
manager of nearest association or rub-exchange, or
write to the business manager at Tampa.

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WERE ENTERTAINED

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Opening, Announcement

THE VOGUE

Will open for business on Monday, December 20th,
in Harrington Hall Block, Fort King avenue, with
a complete line of Old Fashioned Martha Wash Washington
ington Washington Candies, Peanut Rolls; and Genuine Log
Pecan Rolls in bulk or 1 and 2 pound packages.
We will also serve delicious Home Made Ice
Cream of various flavors wholesale and retail.
Call phone 580 for immediate delivery to any part
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All kinds of Cool Drinks will be served as
soon as our new fountain am ves,
"YOUR SATISFACTION" "Our Motto
THE VOGUE

The members of the Junior Phila-

thea class spent an exceedingly merry

evening last night at the home of 'their
teacher, Mrs. W. A. Knight. For this
occasion the hostess had her home
prettily decorated, featuring the
Christmas idea and spirit and the

y( ung folks shortly after their arriv

al enjoyed -rook and other games and

lively conversation ensued. A splen

did idea was -presented to this class
last evening by some of the members,

which will be a stocking shower for

the benefit of the Baptist orphanage
at Arcadia. Their plans for the same
are most unique. At the close
of the evening Mrs. Knight served a

salad course which her guests enjoy

ed sitting around the fireplace in the

living room, before a comfortable fire.
The following were the class members
present and who voted this occasion

cne of the jolliest times of their lives:

Misses Lois Livingston, Fay Fagan,
Irene Carn, Edith Edwards, Fannie
Carlisle, Allyne Rodgers, Elizabeth

and Ethel Horne, Louie Smoak, Mattie
Lou Barrineau," Helen Long and Marie
Robertson.
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TAKE NOTICE

December 20 and 21

Sheets Excellent quality material, seamless and
full sizes.

72x90 Sheets

Nine

81x90 Sheets

quarter Sheeting, heavy quality, soft finish
Popperel bleached, per yard 55c.

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A Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

'When ypu buy canned meats from
Uncle Sam and pay the freight they
cost you just as much as we ask:
1- lb. net Roast Beef 14c
2- lbs. net Roast Beef 27c

1-lb. net Corn Beef Hash. 17c
No. tins Corned Beef 30c
No. 1 tins Corned Beef 17c

No. 2 Pork Sausage, Vz lbs. net. 35c
12 lbs. net Army Bacon. ...... .$2.50
JJ-SERVE STORES
Cash -and Carr
Cne East One West City Square, Shop
at the One Nearest You

V---JNDiAEr HEAP,
Genuine Indian Head The kind of m aterial most
used for stamped word and unsurpassable for
pillow cases, per yard 25c
All the above specials are for cash and
the cash only

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REPLACING FOREIGN ONES

Washington, Dec. 16. Some idea
of 'the extent to which foreign-made
toys have" been, replaced in America
by the home made article i3 given by
the estimate of the American Forestry
Association that close to 30,000,000
Xcet of lumber was used this year by
American toy makers.
By adding the millions of toys made
from this wood to the enormous quan quantity
tity quantity made of other materials, the for forestry
estry forestry association says some idea of
the immensity of the industry will be
gained. If the buying public will
"look for the label," it adds, the for foreign
eign foreign toys will be eliminated.
"The main consideration which
holds wood in its place as toy mate material
rial material is not cheapness," says the asso association,,
ciation,, association,, "though that has something
to do with it. Articles of .large size
would be too heavy if made of metal,
but 'many articles are made of wood
because it is the best, irrespective of
cost or weight Sleds are a good ex example.
ample. example.
Children are the arbiters of toy
kinds and styles. They imitate what
they, see around them and toy makers
recognize this fact. The manufacturer
supplies what the child wants by mak making
ing making a class of objects "which, may be
designated as educational. Another
class, imitating things seen in real
life, is recognized as architectural. A
third has to do with trades and the
tools and machines for carrying them
n. A well denned group is based on
the use of musical instruments. Boats,
rafts, canoes and such things as float
and are useful have been responsible
for toys based on water craft. ;
Children are familiar with furniture
and they readily recognize two classes,
one for the kitchen and one for the
? living room, and these go under the
list of furniture toys. Animals and
bird sand creeping things form an another
other another class grouped as natural history.
Still another kind which is very com common
mon common belongs in the class of games
and amusements. '.
The waste problem in toy making
'is not a serious one so says the for for-esty
esty for-esty association, because most of the
pieces are .small and what does not do
for one thing will, as a rule, do for
something else.

ORIENTAL and domestic perfume,
' toilet water and sachet in sets or sep separate
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Variety of Reasons Advanced for the
Arrangement of Paint on the
Cheeks of Clown.

All pantomime, downs' paini their
cheeks and mostly they do so accord accord-Ins
Ins accord-Ins to et.rta'.i de-signs handed down
from frener;itim ro generation. P.at
as to the why arid the wherefore opin opinions
ions opinions differ.
According to one authority the scar-"
let trianjrle.s, rrd fr-Mal! and half
moon, originated from dabs of Ver Vermillion
million Vermillion placed here and there on the
'beets at haphazard to represent a
naughty boy who had been at the jam
pot. -. ;
Another says that the pantomime
clown's reddened face Is intended as a
burlesque of the rouge-tinted cheeks
of the pantomime Columbine ; while
yet a third has it that the crimson
patches are a' survival from the early
mystery plays, when the clown was a
demon, and red all over.
The theory has also been held that
the modern clown In pantomime Is a
direct descendant of Momus, the god
of mockery of the early mystery plays
and masque, who was always repre represented
sented represented with a huge gaping mouth. The
red fishtail is merely the survival of
that part of the medieval makeup
which aimed at producing an appar apparent
ent apparent enlargement of the mouth.
; These curious scarlet symbols are
only found on the cheeks of panto pantomime
mime pantomime clowns. The ordinary circus
clown does not paint his cheeks.
He paints only his nose, with a view
to poking fun at the boss,M the ring ringmaster,,
master,, ringmaster,, whose nasal organ. In regard
to the old-time circuses at all events,
was more often than .not apt to be
highly colored. Pearson's Weekly.
. '4 1

PUT THEIR WITS TO WORK

Spanish Post Office Clerks Did Really
Creditable Job in Solving Rebus
on Envelope.
' A curiously addressed letter passed
through the post office at Madrid,
which was deciphered and correctly
delivered, notwithstanding all difficul difficulties,
ties, difficulties, says the Philadelphia Inquirer.
. The address was' a perfect rebus. At
the left hand side was the figure of a
lady ; It was clear, therefore, to which
sex the recipient-should belong. Over
the lady's head the sun was rising;
hence her name was Inferred to be
Aurora. For her surname stood a hill,
with a castle at its foot, which gives
us "Montes y Castello."
Next comes the town; for which the
plan of a city was drawn, on which the

AND DEVOTED WIFE ;

When you buy canned meats from

4tbpn 'nr 9f rrncnrfpnrp : Uncle Sam and .pay the freight they

.' !Mb. net Roast Beef

Aiwamura h ite. tnus inmaiei 1 ALEXANDER HAD A LOVING

uraiiuua: but m order to ieue uo

doubt possible, a pomegranate was
drawn beside the plan. To complete

nr.P nf h struts of the ritv nlan. icf the Associated Press). The devo-cos- Just as mach as we.a

The

tl.h..lli-,h.-,ntir fi.-ii vt-i-ts tUa. uTr ttiir",. w. a. : v;- fofni ;n,,.., I -lb. net Corn Beef Hash..

uiumi'iiniuv,! v..-....v luv. J J LU lilU UUlHiJi Ilia liitai lililCja

Azac:

fro

the

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pr

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POSTOFFICE PATRONS.
; TAKE NOTIC

e -postal anthorities took 'thn'ejtion shown by Mme. Aspasia Manos, ; ; ,hSlpu f
to mdv this curiosity and then iv.'fe of the late King Alexander cf "iDs- Eet Roast Ce

Ocala; Fla., Dec. C;r.
I most respectfully call to the at-

. 14cjtent:on of the patrons of the Ocala
. 2?c j potofuce, that daring the. Christmas
. 17c i holidays the volume of mail is in.

. 30e; creased several hundred per cert, and

norita Aurora Monies y Castello ;,eutj from the bite of a monkey, iX0- ncs ornea I,eer"

ayas; No. m Granada," and s far w Bn : 1 tins Cornea ieei i.cscer iaci,iy a xne scrvlCe is r

m censuring the sender, they luu. ; r .. fh y. JNo. 2 Pork Sausage, 12 lbs. net. ooc j to the utmosv to hanule thts rr.au

.nvt-Iopo pliot.-raph d a?id a copy i 12 r,. net Armv Cacor. $2.50 ir-jr thut period. I worild esr-:c
........ iht Tftnfiirp rrrf er.irpd nrv cWnrt m sen- i T 1 i

ited in tne MaJna new.p:ii-rf. aai ; : U-SEEVE STORES call ycur attention o a few

oof of the inteihseuce of the depart- ner irom ne ne ; ; Ca$b :md Carry eivcn bdow, which, if followed.

- For four weeks durin- which the v une c, v T ,v
: : ,.. ... , at the" One Nearest ou msn period and enable the mail

.

Youth and Age.

i'jjt ison, his wife obtained no rest ex-

Nobody, so far, has found -a reah Un;,,, ,.wwiv,l uprJ. IL BONNER, FUNERAL

... f i I Jr' t Ttn-nvti w- vn Tt in A T H ITTl

sunsurute iop vouin. aiuiouxu sum ., -t. ..j..t. uutLtiuu

surreal experiments are asserted to; -.f- ,
k.m hn ci tr, rtnrino (Underwent was all the more trying be-

cc to deliver premtpiy and ir. I.-;

condi t'jorf all mail matter.

7 e 1 : . i til.

vitality and youthful spirts. Youth. jcaUfie ol ner osvn staie OI neaun, bic
after all. Is a state of mind a well asjsbe is to become a mother. k
a span of years. Ken and women are' Heretofore King Alexander's mar mar-not
not mar-not old at sixty; ;hey are not old aljriage had not been considered in some,
seventy, and when eighty is reached i governmental quarters to be valid be be-many
many be-many of them1 refuse to be shelved ;cause it had been solemnized secretly
One's outlook upon life is likely toand ft fulfillment of certain

' '2:"";;; formalities. Since the death of the
real living or go toseed. Years ago

King, me governmeni nas Deen so
m ved by the devotion of his. widow
that it has discovered a law by virtue
of which Mme. Manos is recognized as
having been the king's legal wife.

This was regarded here as exclud

men retired at forty or fifty and were
not worth much to their communities
after that. Now a man stays in the
harness, alternating work and play.

So, in reality, he never grows old In
spirit regardless of an accumulation

"'" J" l! J5'? wm nbk, difficulties in

I k J x oi,. connection with her inheritance of the

easy enough to acquire If one seek;

It, but if youth Is desired one maj
have It, and forget about the birth

days.

Piano Requires Fine Timber. j

There is no other Industry for which
a greater variety of fine timber is re required,
quired, required, and none in which the timber
must be seasoned more carefully than
piano-buihVng. The varieties include
Canadian spruce, American oak and
whitewood, Honduras mahogany and
best English beech'. Sounding board?

are made of Swiss pine, the "Ahies"

Excelsa," which is nothing but the
Christmas tree with which we are all
so familiar. All this timber has tc
be seasoned In a special heating
chamber, where it Is subjected fot
days together to a powerful draft of
dry air.- It was not until more than
half of the eighteenth century had

late king's personal estate. It is also
n derstood that the government will
lay a bill before' the next parliament

. Jfor the payment of a pension to Mme.

Manos.
All this has made her an interest interesting
ing interesting figure in the tragedy enacted at
the Tatoi chateau where the king and
his wife led the happiest of lives
until the terrible mishap cut short
the life of the monarch. Their ro romance
mance romance has1 been one of the most fas

cinating stories of royal life in Eu-

i rope for years.

lias reopened his undertaking estab establishment
lishment establishment at No. 201 E. Adams street,
and offers the colored people of Mar Marion
ion Marion county the very best service ob obtainable.
tainable. obtainable. He carries a full line of
caskets, coffins, robes, etc., and earn earnestly
estly earnestly solicits the patronage' of his
race when in need of such services or
supplies. Merit, honesty of purpose
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.

Ladies' EVER WEAR SILK HOSE
reduced to $1.75, all shades, at
HSHEL'S. tf

Crown's Original Pecan Roll, a
rtnHv ictinftlt7 tiflFoiwnt at tVio Omit.

pns3t:u mai me iauu urvomc JFharmacy

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

Which is known everywhere as
9-3t "FISHEL'S."

There is no better candy made than
Norris'. We have it in any size pack package
age package from one to five pounds. The
Cqurt Pharmacy. Phone 248. 16-6t

Riley's poems illustrated by Christ
y at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

Will have fresh sweet milk every
clay, both quarts and pints. Cook's
Market and Grocefy. Phone 243. tf

lar.

No Mystery. j
"Why is Mrs. Millyuns so' 'sough
after for bridge parties? She is a verj
bad player."
"Yes, but she always loses money
and she has so much to lose."

. 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.

"Go to FISHEL'S" was written a

16-6t ffriend by a party who recently, went

to Chicago, "and buy me that adoy adoy-able
able adoy-able little HAT and express it to me
tt once. tf

New music at THE BOOK SHOP.
Iear Robin Hood and get the mdsic

tf I at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

paper aitd -i.

Securely, usir.-r
'"uT2. but do not sr-oi

Address them fiJnly. This includes ?
putting your returi address onthe I
upper left hand corner, as well as the I
address on the lower right hand side.
Every parcel should contain the send-
ers name and address on a csrd on I
the inside of the parcel.
Mail them early. Parcels may ?
endorsed "Not to be opened vz.L,
Christmas day" or with similar .fr-.
scription. Patrons will be asrar-a.? .'
that their parcels will be receive! ;
time and opened Christmas cay.
Otherwise they may be delayed, ... i
. Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.

BULK

Can supply a few regular c

A'ith fresh milk daily. "V7rite E. G. i
Gardner, Anthony, Fla. 13-Ct f
Riley-Christy poems at $1X3 wMlaf
they last. Riley's Child Hyrnr.3 ar
Love Lyrics $1.25. When the-? edi editions
tions editions are exhausted the prices vrlU 1
$2 to $2.50. THE BOOK SHOP. 16-w

Don't fail to visit the Guarant C
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're;
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
There are gifts that make us happy,
There are gifts that make up mad,
But the GIFTS we. buy from FishelY
Are the GIFTS that always make 'err
glad. v. . 2-Z

-. WM. A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
rhone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., OcaT

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Until CHRISTMAS we will sell all High Grade Bicycles,
selling at present time anywhere from $55.00 to $65.00

fTTnn

All Juvenile High Grade Bicycles, selling at
'present time every where from $45.00 to $55.00

Nothing charged; nothing reserved, and none delivered. When our stock Is
reduced to normal, the prices will be raised again to present market prices.

1D

GAINESVILLE

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FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER ,18, 1920

SUV EN

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NKETS

COMFORTS

and

Special Sale Begins Monday,
December 20 ;

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Because the prices, 'are low is no reason Hp

'$ that the quality is low. Most of these blankets

and comforts we bought when prices were lower

(y than they will ever be again.

Twelve Pairs Double Bay view, Blankets, full
size 1.1 $9.60
' "r t - ." A-""'- ,v !." i .: ''-:
Nine Pairs Blankets, all pure' wool both wrap;
and filling, blue and pink borders and
plaids $10.60
. ;- ' : " ; i' :' i -r
Five Pairs Double Blankets, full size blue and
grey borders . 1 . : - $6.85
. . ...
" ': ,j;,v .,4..,.., ,-.'. .: J..
Six Wool Nap Blankets, full size, grey' and
- -white .... j: 1 1 . : 1 S4.80
.
Thirteen Pairs Cotton Comforts, same colors on
.both sides, full size, fancy colors. $1.50

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.Ten Pairs Cotton Comforts, each ...
. .' '
Six Pairs Cotton Comforts, each

Four Pairs Comforts, each j.l-. ...
Eight Pairs Fancy Cotton Comforts, each
Four Pairs Fancy Cotton Comforts, each

$2.65
.33.70
$5.35
. $7.25
$4.15
$3.90

.SeVen Pairs Comfdrts, each

Three Light Weight Comforts, pure cotton, fancy
Aft covered, same color on both sides ....$5.80

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An Appeal to the American People

TETREE and one-half million children in Eastern and Central Europe
have no alternative to disaster between now and next harvest ex except
cept except American aid. For months these most helpless sufferers In the
track of war have been admitted to American feeding-stations only if
tragically undernourished, and have received American medical aid only
If desperately threatened by death from disease.
One 5 cent hot American, meal today has saxed a thousand lives.
Winter is closing down. The money of many nations is valueless out outside
side outside their own boundaries. Economic and crop conditions make. famine,
wiili its terrible train of diseases, a certain visitor until next harvest. Inev Inevitably
itably Inevitably the helpless children will suffer most. No child can grow to heatch
and sanity on the pitiful makeshifts for food with which millions of Euro European
pean European adults must content themselves this winter. It is obvious that the
remedy can come only from oatslde.. v

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:) America saved 6,000.000 European children winter before last. Nor Normal
mal Normal recuperation cut the need nearly in half last year, but unusual condi conditions
tions conditions have resulted In scant shrinkage of child destitution during the
twelvemonth Just past. The response of America must now decide whether
3,500,000 of these charges, An acute distress, shall begin to be turned away
In January, from more than 17,000 asylums, hospital, clinics and feeding feeding-stations
stations feeding-stations dependent on American support. There would be, no tragedy in
history so sweeping or so destructive of those who can deserve' no evil.
? r-r- i-The" undersigned organizations,' working among every race and creed,
, many engaged also. in other foms of relief,- agree unanimously that the
plight of these helpless children should have complete, priority in over overseas
seas overseas charity until the situation is met. This is an issue without politics
and without religious lines. There can be no danger of pauperization
; tot. the $23,000,000 for child food, and the 10,00,000 for medical service
that we seek; will, relieve only the critical cases. The medical supplies,
"of course, must be an unqualified gift, but for every American dollar used:
- la child-feeding, the governments and communities aifled furnish two dol-j
lars in the form of transportation, rent, labor, clerical help, cash contri contributions
butions contributions and such food supplies as are locally obtainable. ( ..
i Vs;:'-." 5 .' '- ; .
. America has not ; failed In the past in great heartedness. She 'has
never had a more poignant call than this. Contributions should be turned
over to the local committees which are now being formed for this national
collection, or sent to Franklin K. Lane. Treasurer, Guaranty Trust Co,
New York City. ' ' '
', EUROPEAN RELIEF COUNCIL

Herbert Hoover, Chairman

Franklin K. Lane, Treasurer

Comprising:

American Relief Administration, by
: iiffar'Rickard.' Director
American Red Cross, by Livingston
Farrand, Chairman
American Friends" Service Committee
(Quakers), by Rufus M. Jones,
. Chairman
Jewish-' Joint Distribution Committee.
..by -Felix M. arbure,,CBairmao

Federal Council of Churches of Christ
Jn America, by .Arthur J. Brown
Knights of Columbus, by' James 'A.'
Flaherty, Supreme Knight
Y. M. C. A., by C. V. Hibbard, Inter Inter-v
v Inter-v national Committee
V. W C A by. Miss Sarah S. Lyon. Lyon.-National
National Lyon.-National Board r

Whcpc is ilicre a iiotisewif e
who does not delight in appetizing meals parti parti-culatlv
culatlv parti-culatlv during the joyous Xmas season? We work
hand in hand with the housewife in this respect.
In short we offer more Xmas suggestions and Xmas eats
than ever. Call us up.

Welch's Grapelade and Fruitade, 15 oz. jars. .... ...
Welch's Granelade and Fruitade. 8 oz. iars

Palma, Ciea Grapefruit Marmalade, lJ oz. jar .V.V.
- I'alrna Ciea Grapefruit Marmalade, 8 oz. jar. .. .s. .
Palraa Ciea Grapefruit "Marmalade, 4 oi. jar.. : .... . .
Eatsum Grapefruit Preserves. 16 oz jar.

Eatsum Grapefruit Pe3erres, 10 oz. jar ...

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Eatsum Grapefruit Preserves, 5 oz. jar.

t

3,500,000 CHILDREN
v FACING STARVATION

Vast Relief Effort Launched by
Eight Leading American Organ Organizations
izations Organizations to Avert Tragedy!

PLIGHT OF EUROPE'S
: CHILDREN STAGGERS

4

EIDERDOWN Comforts, in blue and pink (only
a few of these left) each;. --,$15.75

1 GEO. MACK AY & CO.

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OCALA

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3,500,000 Facing Starvation Can
Only Be Saved by "America's
Response to Joint, Appeal.

.Eatsum. Orange Preserves, 16 ozjar

Eatsum Orange Preserves, 10 oz. jar.
Z "Eatsum Orange, Prese'rves, 54 Oz. jar
lieinz Apple Butter 2 lb. jar. .......
? Lippincott Apple Butter, 142 oz. jar.

Sunrriday- Guava Jellade, 12 oz. jar.
J unniday Guava Jellade, 8 oz, jar ....... .!. '. 11
Sunniday Guava Jellade, 6 oz. jar
Sunniday Guava Jellade, 3 oz. jar : v. . . .
J Maiden : Blush -Apple Jelly, 6Vi oz. jar. ...
liecord Brand Jams, assorted fruits, 16 oz jar
Rosebud Cherries, o oz. jars ....

White Rose Cherries, 22 oz. jars. . ; ..... .... 1 ":. ... . .
White Rf se Sliced Pineapple, 1 lb: 5 oz. cans . . 'V. '. .
White Rosre Sliced Pineapple', 1 lb. 14 oz jar

' Royal Ann Gold Bar Cherries, 15 oz. can. ....... .... s ...
J Royal Ann Gold Bar Peaches, 15' oz. can
Royal Ann Gold Bar Apricots, 15 oz. can .1 ........ .
Royal Ann Gold Bar Green Gage Plums, 15 oz. can. i .......
5 Geneva Brand (Aurora) English Peas, 11 oz. c.an
Compass Early June Peas, 11 ozl cans....'...
J Small May Peas, 11 oz. can.
Silver Leaf Peas, 1 lb. 4 oz. can. i
J Homer Peas, 1 lb. 3 oz. can
White Rose Telephone Peas, 1 lb. 4 oz.'can.
Red Line Asparagus, 1 lb. can i. . .".
Warfield Asparagus, 1 'lb: can
White Rose Asparagus, 1 lb. can
J Silver Lake Rhubarb, 2 lb, can ......
Heinz Spaghetti (Italian style) 11 oz. can..
Heinz Spaghetti (Italian style) 1 lb. can...

Chili Con Carne, assorted brands, 106 oz. can, two for. .
Chili Con Carne, assorted brands, 1 lb 4 oz can, two for,.
Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup, cans .'
Campbell's Vegetable, Chicken and Tomato Soup, two for..,
Van Camn's Vegetable. Chicken and Tomato Soup, two for.

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J. 0. SPENCER

w:r. pedrick

AGENC

Y

We Make a Specialty oX Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same:

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclnsive Agents for "VESTA' BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service SUtion
We Maintain an Up-to-Dace Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
1 Prompt and Efficient Service.
GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE.

The most spontaneous as well as the
largest consolidation of effort in the
history of American relief and charita charitable
ble charitable organizations has grown out of the
disaster which threatens 3,500.000
European children this winter. To the
headquarters of every agency that dis dispenses
penses dispenses American mercy overseas has
come one st en dy cry for months past;
the children, most helpless and blame blameless
less blameless sufferers in the track of war, will
perish by the thousands before next
harvest unless America saves them I
When Dr. Livingston Farrand, chair chairman
man chairman of the Central Committee of the
American Red Cross; "returned from a,
recent trip abroad, bis report throbbed
with the need of the children. From
the feeding-stations of the American
Relief Administration throughout east eastern
ern eastern and' central Europe came letters,
cables, pleas of every sort. The Pro Protestant
testant Protestant churches sent Investigators
Into after-war conditions and every

H report breathed the Impending tragedy
II of starving and. diseased children.

p Protestant, Catholic and Jewish, the

child life of Europe Is threatened with
heartrending misery.'.
' The European Relief Council, with
Herbert Hoover as chairman and the
whole power of American charitable
thought and effort "behind If, has been
formed It .consists pf Edgar Rick Rick-ard,
ard, Rick-ard, representing the American Relief
Administration ; Dr. Livingston Far Farrand.
rand. Farrand. representing the American Red.
Cross; Felix Warburg, representing
the Jewish Joint Distribution Commit Committee;
tee; Committee; : Wilbur vK.;, Thomas, representing
the .American Friends' Service Com Committee:
mittee: Committee: flames A. Flaherty.-represent-big
the Knights' of Columbus ; Dr. C.
V. Il'hburd. representing s the Young

Men's' Christian'--.' Association ; Miss

Snr:?!t S. I.y n i '-jVr" -''nt-iig the Young
Wor-en's: "!;r!st'::! ; Dr.
Arthv.r J'ri-'.vH."1 : epresejitin.g tbe. Fd Fd-eral
eral Fd-eral Cinui il of (.'S's-rclj-. s.
It i the purpose, ftf the Council to

ft

raise '?:",:..rHK).(;0O. in an appeal center-

at the Cl.rlstft!?; Iiol't'.ays. to the

the situation 'regarding chi'J

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SPENCER-PEDRK K MOTOR CO.
RHONE .271
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Dec. 21

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eaded by 'CHAKL

- K'". of Hiack F.icc Conie iy
TIII'NER EROS. : CARL CAMERON'S SAXOiAKD FOUR
Prices, S5c. Sl.10 and S1.65 War Tax Included

in

end that

life may he met. In every -tftvrn and
eonminni'y of the nation, it Is hoped,
local yniitteos. representing all tlie
co-operating agt':i':e.s will he fonned
to secure the vitally rte-essary funds.
Of the amount sought. .'..'KKX) will
he used for -basic food. For every one
of these American dollars the local
governments and' communities aided
will furnish two dollars, in the form
of transportation, labor, guards.-clerical
help, cash contributions and such
food supplies' as are locally obtainahle.
No children receive the free food ex except
cept except after nledical tests showing them
to be seriously under-nourished. The
reriaining $10.000.00 of the fund is

It is utterly Impossible fbr one who
has not actually s-en the misery Of
the early Autumn in Europe to visual visualize
ize visualize what the children of the Eastern
and Central portions of the continent

.face this winter. To say that 3,500,000

children have no alternative to starva starvation
tion starvation or death from disease except
American aid, is startling, but independ independent
ent independent observers by the score and care careful
ful careful scientific surveys of tbe economic
wnd crop conditions overseas brand
the figure as conservative.
In Poland, for instance, vi ere 1,308, 1,308,-000
000 1,308,-000 youngsters last year subsisted al almost
most almost entirely oh the one free Ameri American
can American meal a day that they received, con

ditions as winter closes down, .are
worse than ever'; before. !7he B6lshe B6lshe-vlk
vlk B6lshe-vlk invasion stripped large p. unions' of

the country of all grain f Professot
E. D. Durand, Food Advisor to: the
Polish government', after an exhaustive
survey, ,has reported that only forty
per cent is available of the food neces necessary
sary necessary to carry the population through
the winter.' ;
In the city of Vienna tests conducted

In the American Relief Administration',

food kitchens showed that 52 per cent
of the children between the ages of 6
and 14 were "seriously under-nourished.".
Thirty-three per cent were mark markedly
edly markedly under-nour'hed, IV per cent were

slightly subnormal and only 4 pe cent
approached the state of a normal
Am.erict;! child. The Amerl a. Relief
Administration Is feeding SOO.OOO
Austrian children every day uow, and
there Is no "chance df dimunition of
need l-efore uex harvet.
-'.'.The spectacle of the medical "tjchIs
of V. .! rope's children is eqi."ft.r ap appalling.'
palling.' appalling.' Estimates reaching the Aiuer Aiuer-icv.ji
icv.ji Aiuer-icv.ji !!ed Cro-is to needs r.:r medical
servt in ti e do 'tit'Me.nry.'s this win winter
ter winter ::.c!ude : tld A- ri-i-IItr gary. T.r).
I,.;::: new INi!a:.d. L.'iOtU.J; C;:evli!
Slov:-::ia. 'Jt k M r :' ) : 101I, hi. l.Vi '::).-iii!d
Rou.-tania". H:! ";). 'In th.- 's:;:l year

of lifllVJt.) the Ke Ci(j s h-i- n-acJ.ed
with Vl'.e v.ritab'e gift o' ; if.-. 1 .;..:' ;!!.
c!r.'i'l-e;i in ii:e aHVcted v'.tas. Tt:!-er-cules's
ii; iweva'fii: to a terriili degree'
F!vv 'Ti'iireti out of cven ir tiu citv
of .':t:sa-v. for instance. uv let.:
found to he tr!:o!-;:!ar. i.v;iSnt is
wilesprend : rk'kels. the ngi.t !.a;,d 'if
undei t!o:ir:sh'.s ent is atino- i:j.i.ersH
and cholera lifts its grim ..; con
stan! iy in one place and another
The European Relief Council, comi
prisii.g the American Relief Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, the American Red Crosr.. the
American Frierds Service Conu-ittee
(Quakers), the Jewish Joint Distribu Distribution
tion Distribution C .nmittee, the Federal Council
of the Churches of Christ In Ameri America,
ca, America, the Knights of Columbus, the Y. M.

C. A and the Y. W. C. A., seeks $33,-

two for 25c

.three for 50c
31c
25c
30c
20c
...,.35c
20c
20c
....20c
;i5c
20c
.30c
....... '...20c
'..30c,
...50c
,...25c
.three for 25c
.three for 25c
15c
..25c
25c
2f;
..........30c

. ,25c
..20c
..20c
. .30c1
. .15c
. ,35c
..18c
. .35c
. .50c
..30c
15c
..18c
. .C0c

just as urgently needed for medical j 000.000 with which to meet the stua

service to the children. tlon. It has estimated that at least

Van Camp's Pork and Beans, individual, ............. .three for 25c

Van Camp's No. 1 Pork and Keans
Van Camp's No. 2 Pork and Beans
Van Camp's No. 3 Pork and Beans
Seeded Raisins in cans (small)
Seeded Raisins in cans (large) ........ 1 .f
lieinz India Relish, 7 oz. jars j
Heinz India Relish, 1, lb. 2 oz. jars
Heinz Sweet Mustard Pickles, 7 oz. jars .
Heinz Chow-Chow Pickles, 7 oz. jars
Curtis Bros. Blue Label Plum Pudding, 5 oz. can ..
Libby's Queen Olives, 3V2 oz. bottles
Libby's Queen Olives. 6 oz. bottles ..'.
libby's Queen Olives, 9 oz. bottles
-Libby's Stuffed Olives, SV2 oz. bottles

Libby's Stuffed Olives, 6 oz. bottles
Club Brand Olives, 20 oz. bottle ....
Imported Spanish Pimentoes, can ..
Good American Sardines ...........
Mustard Sardines
Little Oueen Sardines

Imported Spanish Sardines in pure olive oil.....
Imported Norwegian Sardines in pure olive oil
Gorton's Cod Fish Cakes, 10 oz. can :
. Wakefield's Kippered Herring, 15 oz. can
Golden Rose Sardines with tomato sauce, 154 oz. can
Armour's Worcester Sauce
Libbey's Worcester Sauce'
Lea & Perrin's Worcester Sauce '.

Uurkee's Dressing, small
Durkee's Dres'sing,' medium ..... .
White Rose Dressing, small . . .
White Rose Dressing, medium
White Rose Dressing, large .........
Cook's Pride Prepared Mustard, jar

French's Prepared Mustard, jar ...... .'
White. Rose Prepared- Mustard, jar
: Maillard's, Lowney's. Stollwerk's and. White Rose Cocoa, per lb. ..
. (Also in y8, and &-pound packages)-
Maillard's, Lowney's, Stollwerk's and .White- Rose Cooking Choc-
olate, per pound ;.-.'..".'.. w ... .
.... (Also in V and-pound packages)
mil '. fTT A. J 1' '1W UiV-ynfl

letieys xeas, assorLeu, uuam ..v..,...u,.....,
. A J 1 11... I f ...... .,-.. -

1,'nton's lea. assortea. '4-io uoxes

Jello,' assorted 'flavors' ........i..
Purity Cross Creamed Chicken, a la king

Lipton's Jelly Powder
Nassau and Crown Brands Shrimp, can .... .
Mott's Pure Apple Juice quart . . .
Armour's Grapejuice, small
A:Tour's Grapejuice, pint ........
Armour's Grapejuice, quart.
Crisco., 1 pound can

Crisco,-l pound can ........
k Crisco, 3 pound can ; . .
'Cisco, 6 pound can
Ivory Soap, per bar
Fairy Soap, per bar ......
W'eol Soap, per bar ......
V. &. G. Naptha Soap
Fell's Naptha Soap
Crsta! White Scap
t.'Airctte Scan, ner bar

i-'rrny Monday Soap, per bar. .
I'unio Soap, ner tsr
Arrow Soap, per bar ......
Lighthouse Washing Powder
Walter John's Suner-Cream, (small)
Walttr John's Super-Cream (large)
Coco Oil, Pts
Coco Oil, quarts
Curtis Brothers' Jams in can3 .......
Lard Compound, per pound
Rumford Baking Powder, one pound.
Rumford Baking Powder, -pound..
Rumford Baking Powder, U -pound .

. .

. r .

.60c

.20c
.20c
.25c
.30c
.10c

..,. 20c
'..'65c
'.. ...15c
. 40c
.7fc
...... 28c
t...42c
.......83c
. .' .'$1.60
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,. 8c
8c
Sc
,. 8c
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f,c
Cc
. '. ..... pjf:
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4c
22e

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30c
.......15c
10c

Wtiile we do mention our entire' line, the other
prices are in proportion to the above We have a
complete assortment of Christmas Goodies, such as
Candies, Fruits. Nuts, Etc'

The European Itelief Council will do .$23,000,000 must be had for food and

$10,000,000 for medical service to avert
absolute disaster amor 7 the threa ened
children. Checks may be sent to your
local committee or to Franklin K. Lane,
treasurer Eurojvnr Relief Count II. 42
Broadway, New York, or to the-Child
Feeding Fund, LKc'ury Digest, ''New
York Citv.

much more than elTeet economies in
the 'raising of the clilldsnvin? fund.
It will, with the inspe tin- foives cf
eight great aeneie. keep a constant
eye on the administration of Ameriea's
merciful gift, In order that there shall
be no wnstage and n tendency toward
pauperization.

t :yrpmf.T"' ...... - 'ttzrtmm s

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i



KM DGCURREE1CES

WHAT DID SHE MEAN?

If you have any
phone to five-one.

society iteihs,

Lots of new sheet music
3300K SHOP.

at

THE
16-3t

.
Mr. Edward Green is home from the
University of Florida for the holiday
vacation.

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

You said it,' we nave reduced the

trices on our TROUSERS and Shirts.

FISHEL'S. tf

Mr. Ruth H. Todd motored to Talla

hassee the first of the week to aceoxa

rauiv homa kla daughter. Hiss Ifocta

Todd, who is attending tie Woman's!

Coikge. They are expected to arrive
seme time tomorrow.

There is a story coiner the rounds

about a business man who .missed the

7:10 car one morning and decided -to

nd the first half of the day at

home just to see how the office would

get along without him. His wife was
busy over the stove and didn't look

up. As he kissed her on the baclc oi

the neck she said: "Put the potatoes
in the basket under the sink and the
rest of the groceries on the kitchen
table, and there are some fresh dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts in the safe inside the first cup cup-Knot
Knot cup-Knot Hftor. 111 be there in a minute."

St. Augustine Record.

r ...... ,-
If you are contemplating cut glass j

ware as a holiday gift come m and
see ur line. It's complete. Tydings

ft orm. Harrington hotel. tf

MDRE DAYS TO
DO YOUR SHOPPING

i

Gifts That Last"

i JEWELRY
The Gift Supreme

Mv stock is complete and I invite

your inspection.

"UNCLASSIFIED.'-
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates:- Six lines, maximum, one time,

25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $Z. Payable in advance.

FREE FLORIDA FARMS Until Jan

10, 25 cts. acre monthly. Payments

returned from stock and sugar

rOE-SALE-io" pair "three-year-old ; "WANTED Good second hand riar.3.
... t r. -., -. .Vron for cash. Apply to

11 13 I TT 'J T T i 1 1(111 LJI UikU w t .-. .

""-V (f Vil J..i-ls'fc.A V 1

- Anything you want in horses from j

sartor to IGOO-lb. dralter. An-1

thony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 17-Gt

P. O. Box 5S4. Ocala, Fla. 12-Ct

BOARD "AND ROOMS Koard ana

rooms in private family. Hot and
cold runnins: -water in rooms. Call

at n. sancnez. puuue

STRAWBERRY PLANTS Now is
time to plant. I have-the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary plants, the best variety gTOX7
at $4.60 pei thousand, or 50 cc':
per hundred. J. L- Leitner, phr.3

436. i l

WOOD-Giles Wood Yard. Season- COWS FOR SALB-ood iniltcrr,

ed oak or nine wood, for either stove!

or fireplace; $1- and $2 per load. Yard j

comer South Main and Third streets.

Phone 112. 15-lm

farms. Free booklets. Ideal Ameri-1 ant ED A ebod farmer to farm

can Corporation, Johnstown, Fla. I on 8hares. Also would like to plant

ten,8fteen ortwenty acres a axs
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Cam. 15-tf

18-2t-sat

Troskejdifkgjs B1 puzzle you. but
you will be delishted with our prices
ca MIDDIES and SHIRTWAISTS,
nSHEL'S. r tf

In'senoU Watches at Gerig's Drug
Stare.- .. : 'tf

The motto of our prescription de

prtnaent is "Quick Service and the
rakes are always reasonable. Tydings

& Co arm. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

Miss Avalee Edwards, who is mak

Log quite a success in her first year's
wk as teacher in 'the Wauchula

school, is expected home next Tuesday

to apend thet holidays witn ner par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Edwards.
. .-;-,'.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. "Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. .We're
, fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mahogany trays, butterfly trays

and blue bird trays at THE BOOK
SHOP. The Gift Store." 16-3t
We have recently received several
jobs in LADIES HATS, beautiful
felts, etc., which you can buy cheap

at FISHEL'S. tf

HenTv CtmB is expected to arrive i

home tonight from Woodberry Forest

school to spend the Canstmaa vaca vacation
tion vacation with his parents, Mr. and lira.

Jack Camp. Mr. Jack Camp, also

student at this school, will follow Sun-

:' -..

. CHILDREN'S DRESSES reduced I

i i Wt hAlf.nrice. FISHEL'S tf

THE SMITH-TOWN EB BILL
'Siv the Tampa Tribune, regarding

this pernicious piece of legislation:

Tfifc Tribune regards the bmitn-

Towner bill, pending in Congress, to
brovide a political appointee as the

autocrauc neaa vne aw vjr s"

arate 'school systems of the country,

-e...iL.

1 am offering a liberal discount for

cash from now to December,.15th. :

The Jeweler &. Watchmaker

West 'Side Courthouse Square
; OCALA, FL03JDA

FARM BARGAIN I am offering for
V quick sale $ dandy little 30-aere
farm, loeaf.ed in good neighborhood.

Every cr! well fenced and in high
state, of cialtivatkm; 5-room house.

small barn and smokehouse; nice
well of good water. Pair of dandy

vounsr mules, wasron and harness;

some farm tools; SO bushels of com

and some hay. Price, $1S00. Terns
can be arranged. S. S. Savage, Jr.,

Ocala, Fla. lS-lOt

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur

nished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water, bati
room, toilet, aeetylene gas, two bed bed-ror
ror bed-ror -S in each house. For price and
pi. kulirs, apply to D. S, Wood-row,-
Box 581, Ocala, Fla. 23-tf

tl n stem ana Jersey mteas; vtr.

gentle and ideal family cows. AT:?
one 2-year-old Jersey bull. Cant;;
gtock'and three graded Jersey Lit Liters.
ers. Liters. Abner Pooser, 515 South
St., phone 5T6. E-if
FOR SALE Rosen rye seedtlj U,r-

kernels, large heads, heavy
Limited quantity. Three-fifty

el. Belleview Trading Co.
Aview, Fla.

r.

2!

LOST-34x4 straight side tire oa
Oldsmobile spare rimr between
Gainesville and Ocala, Friday night,
Dtk.' I0th.f Finder notify Ocala

Star, or the News, Gainesville. 18-2t

Manicure sets, either pearl or Py-

dangerous, because of its nationaliz- j riiristmas eift. Tydinsrs & Co. tf

. .nn t nn rnnxmuEiiL. .mui

out of the color line m the puonc

"O-COTJl-TrCODYARD We art
-; iied furnish cak "- or": tine
i for either stove or fireplace

FOR SALL 15C .) h'xlZtd cr; r

trees, Pineapple tr.i Parson r:; ..:
one year c'd. tzd.'.. 1 c- f.vs ycr c!
-oar roots; from 3 tJ 5 ft. 1!
Price, 60c and 75c. Trite r.j ;
Vee me at H. B. ; 'asters Co. L. :
Cordrey," Ocala, Fla. 1

rt noti

T7e deliver yosr

cf ya worth prcrsptly. Give us a
tiisl crder. C: cm-Cola -Wood yard.

'.ABBAGE PLANTS Protected from

frost by overhead irrigation. Char

leston Walccfield, Early Summer
Lupton's lest Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
"Bartow, Fla. v tf

WANTED Yo. l-y for couple of

weeks who tn usi typewriter U
assist in taking inventory. .Apply

Mart Tavlor 'Auto Sales Co. 14-St

FOR EXCHANGE Good 7-j? :

mare, 12C3 lbs., to exebas-e i
. rt . I

Summerfteld, Fla. IC

4

WOOD CUTTING IT you want your

wood sawed in stove or fire lengths,
call' phone 368. Mrs. D N. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. 14-6t

FOR RENT Two i. .rr?
- Anthony road, 3 rv f -Apply
to W. O. 1:-

Route B, Ocala. It-'
WANTED A nest (fice) dc- ;
watch doz for Capt. Veike t
Bonita Fishing Club. Apply
Carroll at Star cce. K

scHdoiis.
The fact that it is urged strongly Jjj;niKKKSJr:nnSKtUnMKKn(rn..n.
by the Ohio Woman's Suffrage Asso-

4 .' .-'' .tr--

Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Collins have, as

their holiday season guests, Mrs. Col Col-lins'
lins' Col-lins' oarents.. Mr. and Mrs. L. C

Brown of Bellevue, Ohio. After a visit
here, Mr. and Mrs. Brown will leave
" for Daytona Beach, where they will
sperid the. winter.

t;S;U v4tioV TvM tn see its tres

ident. Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton,

Mven ; the nosition of "secreUry ofUU;

education, calls attention strongly to J :

the fact that in Ohio the color lmeXia S.
wiped out in school, church, hotel andlt

theater. ?

Just as sure as this bill is passed, u

so surely win me country
and color lines. wiped from the schools ill
of the country, and so sure will there si:

be raised a fight, for or against some .j.
particular class of schools. Jjt

But regardless of who may be given

the position of educational doss ioi
the nation, the system of placing the

Dnhnnis nf the countrv under a fed

eral dictator is utterly wrong.
Two simple facts show that the -bill
is not even one-half of one per cent
"American." To begin with it con

fers upon the federal government

.. ..sir mZWbM

Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens at (control over education discussed and,
nr, Tim stnra 's tf f of pood and sufficiently sound rea-

; sons? denied by the framers of the

Tiioro'ii ho nrt Hknnnnintmpnt. if vou I federal constitution. In the end, the

uy Crown's Original Pecan Rolls for machinery of centralized control,
.he holidays. The Court Pharmacy. 6t created by the bill, does not exist and
i 5 v has never existed in the United States.

Joyous fun with the children wjth The:;bill is not American either by
BUBBLE BOOKS that sing. At THE constitutional writ or origin.

BOOK SHOP. 1 : 14-3t jBiit its principle, and maenme, nas

Kc n" in somewhat extensive use

jw mmm.

Mrs. J. D. Spain arrived in Ocala abroad, especially m Prussia, us rea

ThnrsHav from her home in Columbus, hornet' There Bismarck and his sue

Iraind it most effective for

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs'S; R Behaing the mind an dthought of the
Whaley. Mrs. Spain will be joined oy; poJYe to the angle of agreement
. her husband tomorrow, who will sperid whith was needed to fasten control by
Christmas week here. ;. tnegovernment on the nation. It
. ; r' hgfped buil4 up a strong political and
m... ... f?vVifirKT mnrhinp because it deurived

II ucu jrwu wujr usu iiuiu us wicjf I "i ,T" -
iressed ready for cooking." Oysters J pupil and teacner alike of the right to

9
A 1 fl

UB2V

and shrimD. City FISH Market. No

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

, Crane's stationery in boxes or by

the pound. Tydings & So., opposite

Harrington Hall hotel.' :: :yt$
Abruzzi "seed rye.: S4 per bushel.

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

The Baptist church and Sunday
school will give their annual .Christ
mas entertainment at the church next
Wednesday night at 7: GO o'clock. -The
j.rogram, "White Gifts for the King
will be given. Each class in the school
has planned gifts for others and som
of these gifts are of notable,, helpful
ress..

v --
Successful business men are .good
tising them. - 1

thmk; and forced on.them the thought

and the idea of the partisan politi

cian "selected for that purpose. Dr.

idlev of Yale, in his rejection of the

hiflr notes that while it was of meal

ctflale use in building up a political

fi'firhtihz machine in Germany it was

lai: positive detriment to educational

rirocrress.

r ---- : V

Tn country has had forded on it

federal control of the ballot, and fed-:
erif-control of private actionj.'can the

country say" that it is ready to have
forced on it racial equality? For this
is the ultimate reach of the Smith-

twiner bill.-
r. -.x-.t

''FoVuhe very best stationery, look

aV our stock of Symphcny Lawn,

(ieMk 'Drue Store, r. J "! tf

Full line of smokers' articles, pipes
tfbacco, 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

There is nothing closer to a man

j-;
than. his "Underwear," arid there is

no UNDERWEAR closer to cost than

that at. FISHEL'S. 9-3t

.wily:. (uEse
WeeEi More
- :

During these unsettled conditions it

certainly behooVes everyone to practice ecqn- L

omy to greater or lesser exieni. lou imve imve-only
only imve-only a few days more to decide on a suit for

yourself or ag 4 av present ; to some member of
your family, andlwhat could be more sensible
or appropriate? The reputation of this store
and the goops 'handled here have been won
entirely upon. r

( in

'...-. fe

ii

oii -f nee

READ THE F0LL0VING

Men's Suits range in price
$20, 2250, 26.50, 30i 15, 43, 45 op to 62
. .Men's OvercoVts are here and priced at v
'. ."o&(t&5 up 'to- $4s
Boys Suits in large numbers and all sizes at

Men's Shoes,Waterraan Special ail of the very
latest models tit
JohDston and Murphy Shoes, no better made, at
012.50 to 815.50

Misseu, Lucille Gissendaner, Anna
Eelle Wesson, Marguerite Edwards,
Eva Theus, Reva Fletcher of Lakeland
r.nd Louise Grambles and Clara Kib Kib-ler
ler Kib-ler of Dunnellon arrived in the city

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimn. ete.. at City FISH Market,

early this morning to spend the.hbli-J9 ;Ft..King Ave., phone 158. '27-tf
m -11 i xT I

days. Miss Fletcher will be the guest

of Miss Edwards until Sunday, when
she will leave for her home, and the
Misses Grumbles and, Kibler after
spending the day with Miss Edwards,
left for Dunnellon this afternoon.

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

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
. Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M, meets on the first, and third
thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Ji A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

Boys and Children's Shoe3, large line, from
, : M 0 05.35
' Men's Shirts, Manhattan and Wilson Bros.
- MMM M. oil ;';
Boys Bloue Waistsr less" thert wholesale, prices
;, ; .-going at v :'

; Men's and Boys' Winter Hats, all shapes
' 401o 50 per cenf-CiJ ;
Just a few Sweaters left for the Man or Boy from
$2 to .$15

Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear, Pajamas, Night Shirts, Bath Robes, Gloves, Umbrellas, Manicure
Sets, Pullman Slippers, Pochetbooks, Bill Folds, .Collar Bags, Suit Cases, Military Brushes, Bedroom
Suppers 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.

Guth's, Liggett's' and Nunnally's
Candies, all sizes from half-pound to
ten'pound boxes. Gerigs Drug Store.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

hmtr we sell is cruaranteed. We're

.ghtinj

TTTT
iiJlo

o

WATEMMiAM

OCALA

"The Haterdashcr

i-'i Ui J

& Shoe Company. ivery- -

for yUALiii not prices. tiii4iivnvwI?tr"o f.



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