The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST
Unsettled tonight and
Tuesday, probably rain
in northern portion;, not
much change in temper temperature.
ature. temperature. .TEMPERATURE
This morning, 44.
This afternoon, 62.
VOL. 26
OCALA, FLORIDA; MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1920.
NO. 304
PRESIDE!!! BUT
WITHOUT POWER
cooiiiE iitu: it
EIVIIIG MONEY
CUT (IUDEB THE
COIIITTEE WILL
CAN'T SURRENDER HE'S PROUD TO OE
S CAPITAL
FOR THE GIRLS
lilll SCALE
PROTECT CO-EDS
THEIR COWS
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To Stop Trading in Futures, Says the
Federal Trade Commission in
Special Report.

Washington, Dec. 20. (Associated
PresS). "The president is without
Dower under exisiinc law to shut out
wheat imports." but he "apparently
has certain powers under the Lever act
to stop future trading in wheat," the
Federal Trade Commission says in a
special report to, F resident Wilson.
The commission' said it appears the
iarjrc Volume of future tradinc is
mere gambling and involves great
economic waste.
; NUGENT CONFIRMED
The nomination of John F. Nugent
of Idaho as a membsr of the Federal
Tv?.de Commission has been confirmed
by the Scnatfe."
VOTED OUT THE BILL
The House ways and means com committee
mittee committee today voted out the Fordnav
-
emergency tariff" bill designed to pro protect
tect protect the farmers an J instructed the
committee chairman, to make ah effort
to obtain action of the. bill before the
Christmas recess.
; TWO MORE TALKERS
Misses Annie and Susan Walsh, sisters-in-law
' of the late Lord Mayor
McSweenoy of Cork, who witnessed
his death, are due to arrive tomorrow
to testify before the Irish investigat investigating
ing investigating committee of"one hundred.
- RECORDS REQUIRED
Records in the National Coal Asso Association's
ciation's Association's headquarters here have been
subpoenaed by the Senate committee
on reconstruction and will be brought
before the committea tomorrow, the
chairman announced today.
GINNED MUCH COTTON
-Cotton exclusive of linters .-.ginned'
prior to December 13th, amounted to
10,878,205 running bales.
HAND EMBROIDERED
' CHRISTMAS GIFTS
We have for sale a most attractive
collection of hand made articles for
gifts as well as for the home. Also
a fe whandsome pieces of wearing ap ap-paret.
paret. ap-paret. Articles in price from 10c. to
$75; many of them boxed for mailing.
Affleck Millinery Parlor,
' 111 East Broadway, near Western
Union. 20-3t
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2.30 p. m. tf

Ten days in advance
January

UOOI?
Housekeeping
- is out todayl

If you could looK
into the future-
.- -.. f"
If you knew what you were going to do next year,
would you find much zest in lue? .Tats didn't
think so. And Tabs knew. If you, too, want to
know, read
"The Kingdom Round tfie Corner"
by Coningsby Dawson
the best story, in th ppinions of the editors, yet
written by the author of "The Glory of v.ie
Tenches, and the M The L,ittle House."
And in the same issue
Stories by Kathleen Norris, William J. Locke, James
Oliver Curwood, L A. R. Wylie, Mary Syncn.
Then the special articles and tfie departments:
Fashions, Interior Decoration, Health and Beauty.
Household Management, Cookery, the League for
Longer Life, Entertainments, Cutouts in Cokr izx
the Kiddies, Shopping Service. 73 Big Features.
GOOD
HOUSEKEEPMG
For January Out now!
ilhe B00K Shop,

Athens Uproariously Glad but Allied
Ministers Conspicuous byf
their Absence

Press.) Constantine, king of Gfeece, s tree nas increasea mucn
entered Athens amid the thunder of ,fa8te? than;we expected it to, but it
cannon, the hum of circling airplanes an t ?Iinb an to 8Ult We
and roaring cheers of a throng of peoe but httle e to do ?
pie who wept with joy. There were collecting .since Saturday noon, but
nc foreign ministers present during I8 of he bscnbers must want the
the ceremonies. Constantine attended ld to love them, for they have been

the cathedral service andcJe to the
- .. . -
palace m tne royal carnage. j
MRS.ELIZABETH GAFFNBY
m-
Mrs. Elizabeth fiaffnev.. --ih. -75

years, died Friday af terpen' at two ?.ena?hr!mauer
o'clock at the home of her niece, Mrs.'11, W' Tucker
C. E. Vause f-. Citra. Mrs. Gaffney "arvf,y k
was known to tfjrge circle of friends f,Im Taylor
who will be grieved to learn of her,H A-Waterman
death, for she 'was a kindly disposed Mrs- H-A- Ford
and lovable Christian womaiC Inter-;hariy ?orland

ment took place Saturday afternoon
at Citra at 3 o'clock. Sam R. Pyles
funeral arrangements.
Circuit court is taking its Christmas i
recess.
Mrs. Lani? Goodvear h lnm
from the hospital in Jacks.3nville
much improved in health. 1
. ; ; . I

Ed Haley of Clearwater was in town p V Leavengood
today, shaking hands with hia many!i,ss Alice Bullock
old friends.. He had a dollar for the'Glarence CamP

industrial school Christmas tree.
Stranger, where did you get your
shoes ? Waterman's! He is selling
thpm rloP, Tf vnn wont smrfltinn I
the man or boy he has it. 20 5t
. J
In his office this morning, Judge
Smith joined in wedlock Mr. John F.I
Baker of Dunnellon to Miss Maude
Hiers of Clearwater. Saturday night, s
the judge issued marriage license to
Mr. Harmon L. CI em m ona of .Siuin.
and Miss Grace Charlotte Smith of.
Citra. v: O - . -Advertising
builds business.
LIFE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANT
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
i
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Mr
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Our Little Fund for the Industrial
School Christmas Tree has :
Climbed to $76.50
rrri jr xl 1 a 1 1 1

" S
Kr! lowinc la
Following is the list of givers to
datei ." :
Dr. H.; F. Watt. .... ..... .. . .$5.00
Milby Lloyd .
J. II. Benjamin
1.00
5:00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
:.,7)
t Will Taylor .J. 1.00
i. a. Lilians .
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
,50
5.00
1.00
2.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
5.00
r.oo
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Miller ...
Chas. K. Fishel
Joseph Malevf r
juKe Lroiaman
R. L. Anderson Jr.
ftatnan May
Eiric Collier
Howard Walters
J. jvi. jvieffert
v. K. freer ..
George MacKay
,sclc CaitiP ..........
Cash
Vr. J. Ej. Ch3Ce ......
DeWltt Grmn .... .
Mrs. William Hocker
J' J? Gerig ......
J- S: Pearson ........
Carlisle Izlar
Miss Meta Jewett
Max Israelson ......
Dr' H. W. Henry .....
C' Bennett 1.00
John Taylor. .................. 1.00
Ed Carmichael 1.00
R. T. Adams .... 1,00
Roy V. Ott
George Hall
Roger Dodd .
J. E. Allemand
Ed. Haley ....
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
1.00
1.00
Cash
W. A. McGuire 1.00
D. E, Mclyer 1.00
C. G. Barnett 1.00
Miss Margaret Eagleton. 1.00
Cash 1.00
Mrs. James Hill 2.00
M.. M. Little LQ0
Total ,.,.,,..,,.,..176,50
Mrs. H. A. Waterman and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Valeta. left yesterday afternoon
for Jacksonville to spend Christmas
with Mrs. Waterman's ; parents and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. B.' J. Potter and
Mrs. Nellie Liddon. Mr. Waterman
will' join his family in a few days.
We are showing the finest line 01
Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im Imported,
ported, Imported, that we have ever carried,
Bought direct and the prices are rieht.
GerigVprug Store. tf
Stanley FERRQSTAT" is non-fa-
eakafcle keeps hot or cold. Quart
ai-d two-quart sizes. Tydings & Co. tf
Thursday afternoon at four o'clock
Miss Dorothy Lancaster's music pu pupils
pils pupils will give a Christmas musical at
Miss Lancaster's studio. No. 403 Fort
King avenue, to which all friends and
the parents of the pupils are cordial
ly invited. Miss Lancaster's recitajs,
are always most enjoyable.
Complete line of school supplies al always
ways always on hand at Tydings & Co. tf
1919 five-passenger Buick, five
tires (3 cords) Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co 7-tf
Misses Stella, Nina and Carita
Camp arrived home Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon from their different colleges to
spend the holidays with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp. Miss
Nina Camp is expecting Miss Dorothy
Stevens of Kentucky, a college friend,
to arrive Wednesday to be her guest
during the holidays.
.-. Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Oc&la,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
If you want a KODAK, Gerig'a
Drug Store is the only store ia Ocala
that sells KODAKS, tf
kWe have a very pretty line of
LADIES' COATS anour prices are
hwer than elsewhere. FISJIEL'S. .tf

Great Reduction in Wages in the
Men's Clothing Industry in
the City of New York

(Azsocl&ted Pre)
New, York, Dec. 20. Wage reduc
tions averaging 30 per cent under the
union scale in the men's clothing in
dustry are announced by the Clothing
Manufacturers Association.
CHRISTMAS BIRTHDAY PARTY
Of all the prettily appointed birth
day parties given in the city none can
surpass the lovely party of Saturday
afternoon when Mrs. j. P. Galloway
entertained about forty girls in honor
of her little granddaughter, Johnnie
Lee Flynn, whose eleventh birthday
is was. .. :
For this occasion Mrs. Galloway
had her home profusely decorated with
iaea.s suggestive of Christmas. Be Besides
sides Besides a beautifully ornamented Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree, which contained gifts for
every guest present, the home was
decorated with greens. Christmas
bells, etc. v c
All sorts of merry games were play
ed and assisting Mrs. Galloway in en
tertaining were Mrs. George Taylor
and Mrs. Dave Melin. Leonora Tay
lor and Muriel Galloway, the daintiest
little girls imaginable, met the guests
most cordially as they arrived.
After indulging in the many joy
ous games, Mrs. Galloway invited the
guests into the prettily decorated din-
ng room. In the center of the dininsr
table, beautiful in its decorations, was
a huge birthday cake which was elab
orately trimmed with white icing and
adorned with eleven candles Cutting
the cake for the ring, thimble and.
dime proved most exciting. As the
children assembled around the table.
a fruit salad course was served.
J ean Bitting guessed nearest th
number of souvenirs, on the tree and
the was rewarded with a pretty prize.
Margaret Michael received the booby.
At dark the little guests departed
with expressions which- showed they
had spent one of th9 very merriest
times of their lives, and the young
honoree, who was showered with good
wishes and gifts, will always remem
ber her eleventh birthday as one,. of
tne nappiest days of her. life
iff, i.
By waiting you will miss the eood
things we have in store for you. Come
early while we have fuM lines. H. A.
Waterman, the Haberdasher. 20-5t
Mr. H. M.. Hampton left Saturdav
for Titusville, on a business errand.
Messrs, Arthur Callahan and Geo.
F. Wood, of Mflford, Iroquois county,
111., are in the city and expect to re
main some time.
Dr. R. L. Palmer and Mr. R. C.
Clark, both of Atlanta, and spending
some time fishing and hunting at Ho-
mosassa, were in town today, sruests
at the Harrington.
David, the little son of Mrs. Harriet
Turner; who was injured by his up upsetting
setting upsetting on a toboggan at the public
school last week, is rapidly recover
ing. We understand, however, that
he is somewhat sore because the ac accident
cident accident happened just as the holidays
began instead of three or four weeks
ago.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp. etc.. at Citv FISH Market.
9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
Miss Isabel Davis, who is a student
at Southern College, has arrived home
for the holidays, which she will spend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W,
Davis.
Seafood, nlwn-ca tn Ha Yiat fraef, a
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. Kin Ave. tf
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage Jr. have
completed a tour of southern Florida,
going via the auto route, and report a
most interesting journey.
WANTED A permanent position in
Ocala by a reliable yohng man. Can
give good references in Ocala. Hon Honest
est Honest "and will stick. Address "B," in
care Ocala Star. 20-3t
FOR SALE Handsome Jersey male
calf, born November 26. Has learn learned
ed learned to drink from bucket. Price $25.
Apply to Louis Frederitzi, Lake
Weir avenue, Ocala, Fla. 20-t
FOR SALJS Handsome baby car
nage, p ractically new, round reed
and old ivory finish, Reason for
selling party leaving town. Phone
234. 20-3t
LOST Saturday afternoon, leather
watch fob with marine emblem. Re Return
turn Return to owner and receive reward.
Elmer B. Turner, care Teapot Croci
ery. 20-3t

University of Chicago Men Combine

to Shield the Girl Students
from Attack
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 20. University of
Chicago students have organized a
vigalance committeee to protect the
co-eds from criminals. Manv co-eds
are reported being attacked on the
campus after dark ana one girl was
thrown from a taxicab by three men
who jumped in the car and robbed her.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to -thank our friends for
their kindness during the illness and
death of my wife, and many thanks
for the beautiful flowers.
Leroy Williams and Children.
JOHNNIES ARE GOING
TO GET THEIR GUNS
f -
( Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 20. An extensive
round-up of crooks in New York be begun
gun begun today by the police in an effort to
stem the crime wave. Citizenes are
considering arming themselves.
CLARA IS WILLING TO
FACE HER. ACCUSERS
(Associated Press)
El Paso, Dec. 20. Clara Smith,
wanted in Oklahoma in connection
with the death of Jake Hamon, will
surrender and face the charges, her
parents announce. They said their
daughter was hiding to avoid notorie notoriety,
ty, notoriety, not guilt.
HARDING IS HOPEFUL
(Associated Press)
Marion, Dec. 20. Senator Harding
expresses confidence in progress fo
the formation of an international as association
sociation association as. a result of his conference
with notable men. The president-elect
confers with ex-President Taft Thuirs-
ABOUT TIME TnAT BUG
IS ROUNDED UP
(Associated Press)
Fayette City, Pa0 Dec. 20 The fire firebug
bug firebug who has been operating in Fay Fayette
ette Fayette and WestMoreland counties for
two jmonths, this "morning fired a big
barn and two residences. The barn
destroyed represents a loss of $60,000.
Losses attributed to the firebug exceed
half a million dollars.
. Mrs." Childs and daughter, Miss
Helen Childs of Hendersonvllle. N. C
are among our latest arrivals and are
comfortably located at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. ThUrston Futch and
daughter of Columbus, Ga., are the
holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lev Lev-erett
erett Lev-erett Futch at the home of the latter'a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. Mr. B. R. Chapman, who has been
in ine service 01 uncle Sam m the
Canal Zone, is being most pleasantly
entertained by his brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abbott,
and mother, Mrs. Thorpe.
Mr. Milton Smiley and' daughter,
Miss Ruby Smiley from Indiana, have
arrived to spend tre holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Johnson and family.
Miss Smiley and Mrs.' Johnson were
college chums at Indiana University.
Mr. Raiford Simmons after an ex extended
tended extended stay in Georgia, has returned
home and was accompanied by his
wife's niece, Miss Melrose Kennedy of
Statesboro, Ga., who will spend the
holidays with her uncle and aunt.
fNOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city:
One red cow, one red yearling, one
PTAlr1ri ntxxxr tyi o vlr-? nnAmlAna on4
spat eacn ear.
The owners thereof, or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the 23d day of December,
1920, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. ex.
and 3 p. ra. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida,
. Henry Gordon,
-j .-"VilTi Marshal Gty of Ocala.
jiX A. Holloway, Impoundes It
-

Without Impairing Vitality of their

People, Say German Women
to the French
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Dec. 20. The surrender of
00,000 milch cows under the Versail Versailles
les Versailles treaty would be disastrous to Ger
many, weaken the public stamina and
individual resistance and reduce .the
ability of Germany to fulfill the treaty
obligations, says a letter to French
women from German women.
AFTER MIDDLEMEN AGAIN
(Associated Press)
St. Louis. Dec. 19. Plans for con
ducting various co-operative agencies
for the distribution of farm produce
of the nation were discussed at the
final session of the agricultural con
ference. The plans include elimination
of the middle man and co-operative
purchasing of agricultural supplies.
SUPPRESSING THE CRIME
WAVE IN NEW YORK
(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 19. Fifty exper
ienced detectives have been ordered to
co-operate with the police in sup
pressing the crime wave. The detec
tives will be equipped with high speed
automobiles to pursue gangsters.
Numerous organizations are consid
ering means for protection, the merch
ants placing weapons in easy reach of
their clerks and customers. There
were two hold-ups last night.
CONSTANTINE NO FAVORITE
IN CONSTANTINOPLE
(Associated Press)
Constantinople, Dec. 19. When
news reached here of the embarkation
at Venice of Constantine on his way
to Athens to resume the throne, the
Greeks manifested strong feelings
against Constantine, engaging in
street fighting, roughly handled per persons
sons persons friendly to Constantine, threat
ened to lynch Colonel Couzis, chief of
the military mission, and wrecked a
royalist newspaper office.
COLOSSAL WORK FOR
A BANKING COMPANY
(Associated Press)
New Orleans, Dec. 19. Informal
meetings were held Saturday prepara
tory to a stockholders meeting Janu
ary 7th of the International Banking
Company, capitalized at $7,000,000 to
finance the Souths foreign trade in
staple products.
Immersion Heaters
Warming Pads

Chafing Dishes, Electric
Grills, FlashlightsElec FlashlightsElectric
tric FlashlightsElectric Heaters, Electric
Irons, Electric Percola Percolators,
tors, Percolators, Boudoir Lamps,
Table Lamps, Floor
Lamps, Sewing Mach Machines,
ines, Machines, Sewing Machine

M. W. TOE

It is Probable that Both Bischoff and
.. His Persecutors Had Better
Keep Quiet

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Dec. 20. John S.
Bischoff, a real estate dealer, w Ro was
tarred, features and pushed out of "an
automobile on a crowded street last
night with a placard redaing "Ilerr
Jphn Bischoff, a Hun," will not leave'
Ja- 1'scnville as ordered by masked
men but will report at the office today.
his wife announced. The attack fol followed
lowed followed the printing of a letter in a
lecal newspaper from Bischoff, object object-ting
ting object-ting to the paper referring to Germans
as Huns and threatening to withdraw
his advertising unless it was stopped.
FIFTEEN LIVES LOST
IN TnE KANAWHA
(Associated Tress)
Charleston, W. Va,, Dec. 20.- -Fifteen
men are reported to have drown drowned
ed drowned when a skiff overturned in the
Kanawaha river.
EARTHQUAKES SHATTER
UNFORTUNATE ALBANIA
(Associated-Press)
Rome, Dec. 19. New earthquake
shocks completed the destruction of
the Albanian village of Tepeleni, ac according
cording according to reporst. The tremor was
accompanied by a tidal wave and
landslides. Twenty-two are known to
have lost their lives and many build buildings.
ings. buildings. MEN "LIVES ARE CHEAP
IN WEST VIRGINIA
(Associated Press)
Williamson, W. Va., Dec. 19. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Cole was given yesterday the
maximum sentence of five years at
hard labor for voluntary manslaugh manslaughter
ter manslaughter in connection with the death of
State Policeman Ripley.
The remains of the young soldier,
James C. Reynolds, sent home from
France, and now at the pier at Hobo-
ken, are expected home Friday. The
American Legion is making prepara
tions to meet the remains and accom accompany
pany accompany them to their last resting place,
and it is hoped the citizens will cive
them more assistance than at ti e
burial of Private Randall.
Mr. Eugene Long is on a furlough
to home folks from duty in Virginia.
DOLLS, DOLLS and then some
more dolls at FISHEL'S. tf
mm
Motors and
Western
Electric
Washing
Machines
Come see them
4
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OCALA EVENING STAR, AIONbAY, DECEMBER 20. 1920

tela Evening Star

PablUaetf Every Day Except Sunday by

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

HAS CALLED SID'S HAND

It. n. ( mrruU. President

V. Ieavenicood- Serelary-Treatirer I ot

J. II. Deajanln. Editor Of the gov

Entered at Ocala, Fia., postofflce as
aecond-claas matter. .
TELEPHONES

Bualaeaa Ofllee ...... .Flve-Oae
Editorial pepartmeat Two.Jieb

rMv Reourter ..... ... .Five-One ;

i . .

We really do net remember reading .;oe printed another page about nun,

of any governor of any state making i he, the gov., would settle with Joe
such a threat. j vnth a double-barreled shotgun load-

jed with buckshot. In his letter the
! eov. said:

j "Now, I' have got to speak plainly
A few days ngo. as soon a Cover- j with you. I am willing to let you and
nor Catts read in 'the Palm Beach j yours alone you to do the same with

irnlan's'page denunciation i me and mine, but if you publish one

. eruor. he, the governor, at"5' more page in your paper like this last

once made public the threat that if lone, or mother me or my business or

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Legal advertisements It legal rates

here is there a housewife

- Special who does not delight iu appetizing mealsparti- 5 J
tiss iaaan J culaFiv during i h joyous Xmas season? We work Je-t

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hand in h;nd

In short we cite

DR. W. H. DeLONG

The editor of the Star received Sat Sat-urday
urday Sat-urday information of the' death of an

old and dearly loved friend Dr. W. H.
DeLong of Emporia, a pretty little
village on the' western sidS of Volusia
county.
Dr. DeLong was an Union" veteran.
He Was for a number of years one of
the division surgeons of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania railroad.' Some thirty-five years
ago, he and his estimable wife left
their 'home at EmDorium. Pa., and

came to Florida to make a new home
and help build up the country. With
a number of other Pennsylvanians
they settled by Lake Hester, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful little sheet of water four miles
east of the St. Johns and about the
same distance from the port on the
river of Volusia, established by the
Spaniards 300 years ago,, and about
seventeen miles north of DeLand.
There they have lived, ;;with the ex

ception of brief visits to their old
home, ever since. They first tried or orange
ange orange growing, and lost much money
on the freezes of '86 and '95. How However,
ever, However, they never gave up.( Dr. De De-Long
Long De-Long was a skilled physician, and for
more than twenty-five years he was
the mainstay of the afflicted for many
miles around his home. He was far
beyond the age of retirement when
his failing eyesight compelled him to
give up his practice. For the last
last three years he, .has .been. a blind
and almost helpless invalid. Always
tenderly nursed by his wife, aided by
sympathizing neighbors, he passed
down the dark valley and crossed the
rh er, to find a triumphant landing on
the other side, and be aided by celes-j
tial hands to the shining heights
v.above.
The doctor leaves of his immediate
family his widow, Mrs. Cordelia De De-Lung,
Lung, De-Lung, a true helpmeet thru all the
yt:ars they have been wedded his in infallible
fallible infallible comfort thru his long months
of darkness and pain, and a woman
sincerely beloved by all who know her,
whether in sunny Florida or in her
former home in Pennsylvania.
For a few months, thirty-five years
ago, Emporia was the writer's home,
and he found there the DeLongs' and
other friendships that have never
faded and memories that have never
dimmed, and he joins with the others
,.-who sorrow in mourning" for the good

dector and sympathy. fo:r his bereaved

widow. . -';

Thorne of the Kissimmee Valley

Gazette says of the Ocala Baptist
pastor;, "I surely like that Baptist

preacher, Rev. C. L. Collins of Ocala

and if I was living in that secluded
spot I feel sure he'd be tickled almost

to death to wander up "and down thu
- -street with me as I sang, in my deep,
. rich, dudundant (whatever that gets

you) baritone voice, 'When the .tar

iff's on the citrus and the' bulge is on

" -the crate.' .When Br'er Collins was

- .here last week he kept hanging er-

round the Dnntshot) and he never

Sried to borrow a cent; just came in

Xr good fellowship. And he was
tf-o-m-e help to me, also and likewise,

Avhen we Baptists went into the little

ide-room. Ill tell. the world he was.

And. any time he desires to get a

good 'recommend' that his own folks
refuse, to give him well, all he has
to do is to wire me. To make sure

of delivery, however, he should pre

pay the messaere. Sometimes I don't

have a chip left."

, These "Confessions of a Bride,"

that, are running in so many papers
way be interesting to some of the
pippy folks; but here's telling you

they wouldn't be grazing-high to

series of thrills that might be written

y one who knows and entitled: "Con

ftssions of a Bachelor." Such a serial

would be mighty interesting and full
of peppy stuff. Thorne in Kissimmee

Valley Gazette.

lfce confessions of some married
mer-twe know would put them all on
J&e blink.

m

rith the housewife in this respect.

more Xmas suoaestions and Xmas eats

than ever. Call us up.
Welch's Grapelade ar.d Fruitade, 15 oz. jars 45c
'Welch's Grapelade and Fruitade, 8 oz. jars 30c
Palma Ciea Grapefruit Marmalade, 16 oz. jar .....45c
I'alma Ciea Grapefruit Marmalade, 8 oz. jar... 25c
Palma Ciea Grapefruit Marmalade, 4 oz. Jar. .....15c
Eatsum Grapefruit Preserves, 16 oz jar 45c
Eatsum Grapefruit Preserves, 10 oz. jar 35c
Eatsum, Grapefruit Preserves, hVz oz. jar.... 20c
Eatsum Orange Preserves, 16oz. jar 45c.
Eatsurn Orange Preserves, 10 oz. jar .35c
Eatsum Orange Preserves, 5 oz. jar ,20c
Heinz Apple Butter 2 lb. jar. 65c
Lippincott Apple Butter, 14 -oz. jar 30c
Sunniday Guava Jeliade, 12 oz. jar. 45c
Suhniday Guava Jeliade, 8 oz. jar 35c
Sunniday Guava Jeliade, 6 oz. jar ...30c
Sunniday Guava Jeliade, 3 oz. jar.... ..20c
Maiden Blush Apple Jelly, 6 oz. jar...... ...18c
liecord Brand Jams, assorted fruits,. 16 oz jar 45c
Rosebud Cherries, 5 oz. jars .35c
White Rose Cherries, 2 oz. jars .20c
White Rose Sliced Pineapple, 1 lb. 5 oz. cans 50c
White Rose Sliced Pineapple, lib. 14 oz jar .65c
Royal Ann Gold Bar Cherries, 15 oz. can... .....35c
Royal Ann Gold Bar Peaches, 15 oz. can. ...... .,30c
Royal Ann Gold Bar Apricots, 15 oz. can... ...25c
Royal Ann Gold Bar Green Gage Plums, 15 bz. can. 25c
Geneva Brand (Aurora) English Peas, 11 oz. can ,15c
Compass Early June Peas, 11 oz. cans 15c

Small May Peas, 11 oz. can.......... 15c
Silver Leaf Peav Jb. 4 oz. can........ .20c
Homer Peas, 1 lb. 3 oz. can 25c
White Rose Telephone Peas, 1 lb. 4 oz. can 30c
Red Line Asparagus, 1 lb., can. 25c
Warfield Asparagus, 1 lb. can ........ .", .... ........... ,30c
White Rose Asparagus, 1 lb. can ,30c

Silver Lake Rhubarb, 2 lb." can ,30c
Heinz Spaghetti (Italian style) 11 oz. can...... 15c
Heinz Spaghetti (Italian style) 1 lb. can 20c
Chili Con Came, assorted brands, 10 oz. can, two for. 25c
Chili Con Carne, assorteu L rands, 1 lb 4 oz can, two for. 45c
Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup, cans ...15c
Campbell's Vegetable, Ghkken and Tomato Soup, two for 25c
Van Camn's Vegetable. Chicken and Tomato Soup, two for 25c

. tnree ior zoc
. .two for 25c
. .three for 50c
...31c
!tttt 25c
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35c

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f'. .three for 25c
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my children any more, I will go to
West Palm Beach, Fla., with my
double-barrel shotgun loaded with

buckshot and I will have a final set settlement
tlement settlement with you."

Joe is a good sport, or he would
have-put the letter in the hands of the
postal authorities, which would have
promptly put Sid behind the bars, as
sending threats by mail is forbidden
by federal law.' w -

Joe, however, didn't seem to care

much for Sid's threats, for

straightway printed "one more page,"
a little more caustic than the first one,
and now every hour we expect to hear
the rush of the gov's, airplane as he
goes over toward Palm Beach, prob probably"
ably" probably" accompanied by the crash of a

bomb, for he doesn't love Ocala.

Joe finished his second page by say

ing: ,: -. .

"When Sid Catts consigns me to

dust I want James Hamilton Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, Wallace Stovall, : Willis Ball,

Frank Stoneman, Bobo Dean and D.
B. MacKay, who are my fraternal

brethren in Florida ior put the mur

dered lamb in his last resting place.
I further admonish them to be solemn

and pretend to be bereaved. Let

James Hamilton Benjamin lead the

procession, and he is admonished

to smile, as all must realize it is

most serious business to bury a fool
that hung with Sid through thick

ard thin and was his consistent friend,

as long as I did."

Joo has called Sid's hand.

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Van Camp's Pork and Beans, Individual,

Van Camp s ISo. 1 Fork and Ueans..
Van Camp's No. 2 Pork and Beans..
Van Camp's No. 3 Pork a d Beans.,
Seeded Raisins, in cans (small) . .
Seeded Raisins in cans (large)
Heinz India Relish, 7 oz. jars .

Heinz India Relish. I lb.. 2 oz. jars.

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Mr. Phillip G. Murphy has returned

from Tampa, where he attended the

Florida Automobile Dealers Associa

tion. He says that Tampa gave the
members of the association a royal
welcome. A great deal of business

came before the meeting and was.dis-

atched promptly; The spirit of the
convention was very optimistic and

everybody is looking for continued

improvement in .the industry. Dr.

B:ze, president of the Citizens Amer

ican Bank of Tampa, delivered an in

spiring addres. Mr. P. E. Chamber

lain of Denver, spoke eloquently on

service. Mr. Murphy was elected to

the board of directors of the state as

sociation and the first directors' meet

ing will be held, in Ocala Feb; 14th,

1921. The same evenine a sectional

meeting of the dealers of central

Florida will be held here and Mr.

Chamberlain has promised to return

from Denver to address the meeting.
Ax ll 1 i aar m

ai me oanquet inursaay evening

when the Tampa dealers were the

hosts, Mr. Stanley K. Wallace was the

toastmaster. Mr.. Wallace, the pur

chasing agent of the G. Norman

Baughman Co., was born in Oeala.

F you are in doubt as to what to buy

for the Men and. Boys for a Holiday

Gift the list below will help you to decide.
These are all brand new goods not an

old or carry-over article in the lot, and

our guarantee goes with each purchase.
We are not closing out our stock, but
you will find our prices lower than else elsewhereCompare
whereCompare elsewhereCompare them and be convinced.
"Society" Brand Suits for Men and Boys
"Faultless" Pajamas and Night Shirts
Manhattan Shirts in Silks and Madras
Pheonix Silk Hosiery
Maliory Hats and Douglas, Dimlap and Emerson Shoes
Bath Robes with Slippers to match
Carters Underwear Finest Neckwear
Wardrobe Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags
'
Hunting Boots Walking Sticks Gloves and Gauntlets
Silk and Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, Belts, Etc.

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Heinz Sweet Mustard Pickles, f oz, ja'rs

Heinz Chow-Chow Picklds, 7 oz. jars
Curtis Broii. Blue Label Plum Pudding, 5 oz. can
Libby's Queen Olives, 3 oz. bottles .........
Libby's Queen Olives",. 6 roz. bottles
I ibby's Queen Oiives, 0 oz, bottles
Lilby's S'tuffed Olives,. 3 oz. bottles

.Libby's Stuffed Oliyes, 6 oz. bottles
J Club Brand Olives, 20 oz. bottle....

Imported spamsn rimenioes, .can .

Good American bsrdmes

Mustard Sardines f
Little Oueen Sardines '. .-.
Imported Spanish Sardines in pure olive ojl.
Imported Norwegian Sardines in pure eljye oil

Gorton's Cod i isn iakes, jo oz. can

Wakefield's Kippered Herring, in oz. can

If you want to send any letters off

ty the night mail, be sure and put

them in the postoffice a few minutes

before 9 p. m., as the mail closes right

cn the hour. The Harrineton Hotel

sends the mail of its patrons to the

train by its porters, and. very obliging obligingly
ly obligingly also sends a good deal for the
town people, but of 'course it can't

handle any great amount.

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HnWpn Rose Sardines with tomato sauce, 15 oz. can.,

Armour's Worcester Sauce
T.ihW-'s Worcester Sauce

Lea & Perrin's Worcester Sauce

Durkee's Dressing, small 1
Durkee's Dressing, medium
White Rose Dressing; t:ma!l
White Rose Dressing, medium ...
White R-ose Dressing, large . : .
Cook's Pride Prepared Mustard, jar

French's I'repared juustara, jar

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Georgf Mathews, of the Fprt Lau

derdale Sentinel, moralizing on the
murder of girls, an almost every-day

event in big northern cities, wonders j

why girls, with so many examples be

fore them, allow themselves to be led

astray by men. Well, George, there's

a girl born every minute.

(Kiaraittss CtoWii and.

"The Shop for Yonnfl Men and Men Who Slay Yonno"
Y. M. B. 0. D.
West of Courthouse - Ocala, Florida

-U7u; Pz-co Prcn;irp(l Mustard, icr ,. 1C

Maillard's, Lowney's, StoUwerk's and vvnite Kose cocoa, per 10 ouc (

ATnillard's. Lownev's, Stoliwerk's and vvnite tu)?e vooKing ciiut-

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olate, per pound

Vi and lA -pound packages)

Tetley's Teas, assorted, tlD noxes
Lipton's Tear assorted, U-lb. toxs :r
Jello, assorted flavors i .......
Purity Cross Creamed Chicken, a la. king
" Lipton's Jelly Powder .... ,
Nassau and Crown Brands Shna:p, can
Mott's Pure Apple Juice, quart

Armouxis Grapejuice, smaji
Armour's Grapejuice, pint . ,
Armour's .Grapejuice, quart ...... r
Crisco, 1 pound can
Crisco,' lht pound can
Crisco, 3 pound can
disco, 6 pound can ........,,.,..........
1 Ivory Soap, per bar
Fairy. Soap, per bar . t
Wool Soap, per bar . .
P. &" G. Naptha Soap
Fell's Naptha Soap
Costal White Soap .... -. t

Clairette Soap, per bar .
Sunny Monday Soap, per
Pumo Soap, per "bar .
irrnw Soac per bar

Lighthouse Washing Powder
Valter John's Super-Cream, (small)
WTalter John's Super-Cream (large)

Coco Oil, pints
Coco Oil, Quarts

Curtis Brothers' Jams in cans ...
Lard Compound, per pound
Rumford Baking Powder, one pound,
Rumford- Baking Powder, -pound. .
Rumford Baking Powder, M -pound..

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That seismographical disturbance

which the Georgetown University say-

ants" thought was an earthquake is

now explained. It originated at Tal

lahassee. Lakeland Telegraph.

,We thought the trouble at Talla

hassee was an eruption of sewer gas.

The Miami Herald says the people'

of the United States must be disarm

ed. What is it going to do with that

clause in the constitution which says,

'The right of the people to kep and

bear arms shall not be infringed?"

Judge John W. Dubose would pro

tect chickens under 17 years of'age.

Jaclcspnyjne Observerr

Wish ne'd tower te limit. One we

helped eat last week couldn't have

been more than twelve.

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The Biggest
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CHRISTMAS GIFTS

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

Also a complete line of Boys' fine
wove Suits, closing out at
first cost
Boys' $1.00 and $1,50 Pants, now 75c
All our Men's Suits and Overcoats at Special
cut prices.

A big supply of the famous Norris

Candies in one, two and five-Dound

packages, put up especially for the

holiday trade. Court Pharmacy. -6-6t

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While we do mention our entire line, the other
prices are in proportion to the above We have a
complete assortment of Christmas Gootlfes, such as
Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc. -Eve
15 Item Guaranteed

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenzei

trams at UUALA umON STATION.

The zoliowine schedule figures rmb-

Iished as information and not aruar-

anteea.

(Eastern Standard Time)

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Far be it from us to say that Gov.
Catts i? crazy. But we respectfully
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l'45pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am JksonviUe-Gnesville 10:13 am
2:4f am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petabrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
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In this sale
Ladies' and Misses' Coats Cut
to the Bone,
See our big line of Ladies' and Misses'
Hats, newest shapes at Cut Prices.
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Some of the items listed below are

CiFisiias

LOOM THEM 0EE
It will do vbur heart good to take your time
in going through these stores. Make a close in inspection.
spection. inspection. We have as fine a line of Fancy
Groceries as ou will find in the state. You
don't often find Self Serve Cash and Carry
stores carrying such a fancy stock.
When it comes to QUALlTr GOODS The
U-Scrvcs arc in a class to themselves.
Goidcn & Dillworlh'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 Jelly, Red Currant Jelly, Grape
Jelly, Qnince Jelly, Calf Foot Jelly. All the
goods just listed are Gordon & Dillworth's pack
and are usually found in such stores as Park &
Tilford's.
Imported Bar Le Due, Spanish Pimentoes
in glass snd tin, Boned ChickenTomato 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,
Royal Scarlet Yellow Cling Peaches, Royal
Scarlet Red Pitted Cherries, Royal Scarlet Rasp Raspberries,
berries, Raspberries, Roy al Scarlet Raspberry Apricot and
Rasberry and Currant Jams, Stuffed Figs in
glass, Pink Seedless Guavas in heavy syrup,
Sandwich Olives, Pimento Olives, Queen Olives,
Ripe Olives, Curtis Hearts of Baby Artichokes.
Artcihoke Hearts A La Greque packed in glass,
Georges Absolutely Boneless Cod Fish in pound
: boxes, Curtis Kippered Herring-Filets, Fresh
Mackerel in tin, Soused Sardines, Herring in
Tomato Sauce, Kitchen Boquet, Silver Lake
Rheubaib, Sardine Paste, Bloater Paste and
Salmon Paste.

Cition

Seeded Raisins
Walnuts
Shelled Almonds

Orange arid Lemon Peel

Dates Figs
Almonds
Block Molasses, Etc. j

Just In New Florida Syrup in qnari frnltars only 35c
CASH; AND -CARRY.
One East And One West Cily Square
Shop at the one Nearest you

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The Quality Fruit Store
Cape Cod Cranberries, Large Celery, the
famous Skokum Apples, Jonathon. Winter
Banana and delicious eastern barrel 1 Apples,
Pure Gold Wine Sap anu York Imperial.
Bananas, Emperor Keg Grapes, Pine Pineapples,
apples, Pineapples, Lemons, Qrangeg, Qrapefrujt; Tanger Tangerines,
ines, Tangerines, Iumcjuats, imported Figs, California
Figs', London Layer Raisins, Soutlj America
Walnut, Califprnia Buddea Walnuts, Almonds,
CpcanutSj flve siges paper Pf pans, Cferistr
rnas packages of Tobacco, Cigarettes anp!
Cigars.

VEGETABLES
Tomatoe lettuce
Celery Green 8eans.

West Side

W. A, STROUD ComHouse

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MEETING OF THE

OCALA WOMAN'S CLUB

Art and Literature Subjects of toe

Program at Saturday's Meeting
With the beautiful decorations of

the big card party of Friday evening
still in place, and the addition of many

stately poinsettias, which is both the

club flower and generally associated

with the happy Christmas season, the
semi-monthly meeting of the Worn-

ans' uao was neia amia unusuauy ai-

ti active surroundings Saturday 'aft

ernoon.

The chairmen of art and literature,
Mrs. G. Wi Martin and Mrs. : Lester
Warner, were in charge of the pro

gram, and bote, in well cnosen re remarks,
marks, remarks, introduced the speakers of th

afternoon- The first was Dr. Farr

of the University of Florida, who had

for his subject the "Origin and Devel Development
opment Development of literature." He traced the
growth of "belles lettres" from the
primitive and untrained delight of the
savage man in story telling, at first

by word of mouth only, then in writ

ten lauguage. Later, perhaps under
the influence of intense emotion, rythm
end then gradually poetry was evolv evolved
ed evolved thus making two divisions of lit lit-etature,
etature, lit-etature, prose and poetry. A still fur further
ther further differentiation took place, de developing
veloping developing those writings which are
true and those which are fictitious.
Each has its place and both should be
studied. Under these large divisions
there are many sub-divisions, often

one overlapping another. At the end

of his address. Dr. Farr expressed

gratification at being invited a second
time to lecture before the Ocala Wom

an's Xlub and hoped to; enjoy the
pleasure of returning still again.
Miss Annie MacKay had preceded

Dr. Farr in a very pretty piano selec

tion. She is a young musician of ranch
promise. Mrs. Manly and Mrs. More-

men, always enthusiastically received,
followed Dr. Farr is a beautiful selec

tion, with voice and piano in perfect

accord.

Mrs. Martin introduced Mr. Stokes

as an artist wintering at Silver
Springs. For several years he has

visited Florida and is well known to

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"Gifts That Last

look over the List
And Lei us Pot It Away

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Temple Theatre jgQj(gf

iuestilay, B8C. 21

eaded by ... CHARLEY GANO

King of Black Face Comedy
TOIlfiEE BIOS. '': .- CAfiL' iCWEROII'S SAXOLABID FOUE

j Prices, lESc, 51.10 .and 1.05 dr':Tas:lhelnded

The Ocala Jewelers
Hamilton Watches
Waltham Watches
Elgin Watches
Standard Watches
Lancet Watches
Imported Watches
Wrist Watches in WWte,
Gold, Green and Re4
Ruby Ringa '.
Sapphine Rings in Blue. Pink,
V White and Golden
Pearl Rings
Emerald Rings
Cameo Rings, all kinds
Opal Rings
Topaz Rings
Emblem Rings, all prefers
BROOCHES; diamonds and
Platinum, Cameos and
Others, a Large
Asortment
BAR PINS: Qcld, pref
P latineid, tc Fine
Assortment
Cuff Buttons and, Link, fctt
Knd
CJlar pins
Beauty n4 Dress Pinf
Lingerie "Clasps,
Pih HoMera
.- Bracelets
fie Clasps
Cellar Pins, Gold and Silte?
Hat Pins
LaValierres in Platinum.
Diamonds and all Ktnda
and Shapes
Necklaces and Lockets
Crosses
- Vanity Cases
Mesh Bags, Soldered Lii&a
Umbrellas, Ladies and (fcnta.
Silje and ld Belt Buckles
" 'Belts, the Best Leather
Sheaffer Fountain Pens, the
Best Pen on the Mark'
Ever-Sharp Pencil'
Gold Handle Pocket Knives
fearl Handle Pocket Knives
Vest Chains ,. '.
Ma
fmftunHy Silver, Every
Thing
Cut Glass, the PreUfcst Line
YsH riWt Swcaon.
Water Sets -qiasware,
Ls(e Le
Plateaus
Maeur Sets, Large and
Small
Gorham Sterling Silver
Clejckft, Mantel, Traveling
and Alarm
Harmonicas
Chests of Silver, Sterling
and Plate
Child's Sets and Cups
Dorina Boxes

I Pearly La Tausca, Delta and
SI pichelieul

ThimUea
iagersoll Watches
Optical Goods of all Kinds in
. Charge of the Eye
Specialist.
Dr. K. J. Welho
We feel 'that we have the
largest and best line of goods
in Ocala. Come and look
them over, and let us help
you make your Christmas st
fection now.
VEIHE CO.
THE OCALA JEWELERS,
Ocala, Fla.

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a number of Ocala residents. His
subject was "Color." By means of a
large circular diagram, he explained
the primary, secondary, complimen complimentary
tary complimentary and composite colors. The knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the composition of colors made
oi:e the master of lights and shades in
painting. Mr. Stokes also touched on
the different modem schools of paint painting.
ing. painting. He pronounced the cubists no
artists at all. To appreciate the work
of the impressionists, their pictures
must be viewed from the proper dis

tance.

During the social period unusually
delicious refreshments and much en

joyable converse were enjoyed. At

this time Miss Ruby Cappleman and
Miss Sipple gave much pleasure by
singing several duets and Mr. Stokes
showed how versatile is his genius by
playing- "Sweet and Low" upon the
piano.

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

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

FREE FLORIDA FARMS Until Jan.
10, 25 cts. acre monthly. Payments
returned from stock and sugar
farms. Free booklets. Ideal Ameri American
can American Corporation, Johnstown, Fla.
18-2t-sat

LOST 34x4 straight side tire on
Oldsmobile spare rim, between
Gainesville and OcaJa, Friday night,
Dec. 10th. Finder notify Ocala
Star, or the News. Gainesville. 18-2t

STRAWBERRY PLANTS Now is
time to plant. I have the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary plants, the best variety grown,
at $4.60 per thousand, or 50 cents
per hundred. J. L. Leitner, phone
436. 14-6t
FOR SALE Rosen rye seed, big fat
kernels, large heads, heavy yield.
Limited quantity. Three-fifty bush bushel.
el. bushel. Belleview 'Trading Co., Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, Fla. 16-4t

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FOR EXCHANGE Good 7-year-old
mare, 1200 lbs., to exchange for
automobile; prefer Ford. Apply to
T. W. Barnett, Box 22. R. F. D
Summerfield, Fla. 16-6t

Don't Fail to see Our Wonderful Showing of

'A"- CHRISTMA SHI F T R

M. M. M. M. mm? Jk A. JL .4 Mk & ML A Km

.;j i nere is notmng mat anoras more real
pleasure than the Anticipation of making others
happy. In our store will be found just the! select
Hon you will desire as a Remembrance of Christ?
mas for your Friend or Relative. Our stock cbn-

- sists of a large assortment of Rings,-Pins,

Watches, Cut Glass ana Silverware in all
of the latest and most attractive designs.
25 Per Cent DISCOUNT on White Jvory Goods

PARAMOUNT Phonographs and Large List of Records
J. E. ALLEM AND,
JEWELER
Harrington Hall Block - - - Ocala, Florida

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FOR RENT Two farms on West
Anthony road, 3 miles from town.
Apply to W. O. Deas, R. F. D.
Route B, Ocal. ... ; 17-2t

WANTEDA fi est (fice) dog as

watch dog for Capt. Weike at the
Bonita Fishing Club. Apply to
Carroll at Star office. 16-6t

FOR SALE 10 air three-vear-old

well matched mules, broke to ytprk.
Anything you want in horae from
saddler to 1600-lfet drafter. 5 An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms Ajitheny, Fla. 17-6t

BOARD AND ROOMSBoard and

rooms in private family, Hot and
cold running water in; rooms. Call

at 23 N. Sanchex, phone 306, ; 16-3t
WOOD Giles Wftod Yard. Season-

ed oak or pin wood, for either steve
or ftre-ulaee; fLand ?2 per load. Yard

corner South Main and Third streets.

Phone lB-lm

WANTED Young lady for couple of

weeks who can use typewriter to
assist in taking inventory. Apply

Mack Taylor, Auto, Sales Co. 14-3t

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GiftiTliat Last

99

ABBAGE PLANTS Protected from

frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer.
Lupton'a best Lo,ng Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
iarf quantities, J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow, Fla. tf

WANTED A good farmer to farm

on shares. Also would like to plant

ten, Kftesn or twenty ncres of oats
on shares. I have good land near

town. W, D. Carn. 15-tf

VANTU Good sccond hand piano.

Must be cheap for cash. Apply to
P. O. Box 584. Ocala. Fla, 13-6t

IHER0-C0LA WO0DYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either itove or fireplace

on shorij notice We deliver your

money's wort promptly. Give us a
trial arder. Chen-Cola Woodyard,

pnone 167, 26-lm

WQOp QUTTING-4f you want your

wood aawed in stove or fire lengths,

call phone 368, Mrs. D N. Math

ews, 14-6t

WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any

length; delivered on short notice

Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak,

Fla. 20-tf

FARM BARGAIN 3 am offering for

quick sale a daniy little 30-acre

farm., located in good neighborhood.
Every acre well fenced and in high

state of cultivation; 5-room house,

small barn and amokenouse; nice
weir of good water. Pair of dandy

young mules, wagon and harness;

some farm tools; 30 bushels of corn

and some hay. Price, $1800. Terms
can be arranged. S. S. Savage, Jr.,

Ocala, Fla. 18-10t

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; rnE.ning water, bath

room, toilet, acetylene gas two bed

rooms in each house. For prices and
particulars, apply to D. S. Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla. 29-tf

x uk oAii& lwv ouauea orange

trees, Pineapple and Parson Brown,

one year old buddel on five year old

-our roots; from S to 5 ft, high.
Price, 60c and 75c Write me or
see me at H. B. Master Co. L. E.

oal Mf, Moiday i:

December 20 and 21

Sheets-

Excellent quality material, seamless and
. full sizes.

72x90 Sheets
81x90 Sheets

m0m

Nine

quarter Sheeting, heavy quality, soft finish
. Popperel bleached, per yard 5 5Co7

Genuine Indian Head The kind of material most
used for stamped work and unsurpassable for
pillow cases, per yard 25c
;f -
All the above specials are for cash and
f
the cash only

. 3b

GOLDMAN

"Why Pay More?"

Automobile Storage

GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Ocala, Florida
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CH1LDI1ENS DRESSES reduced

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Properly fitted glasses

-will make a bright Xmaa.
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DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

PYLES a PERKINS'
Fcaer&l Directors Embt!zier3

PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFF2

Two Beartes. Grey Hearse for 171

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