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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 26

OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DEGKMBRR 25. 1920

NO. :?()9

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It is Being Celebrated "With Peace

and Goodwill All Over
America

Washington, D. C, Dec. 25. Presi President
dent President Wilson spent his last Christmas
in the White House quietly. His
daughter, Miss Margaret Wilson, Dr.
Stockton Axson, brother of the presi president's
dent's president's first wife, and a few of Mrs.
Wilson's immediate r.latives, were
guests at a simple Ch:istmas dinner.
In the absence of children, no Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree was erected at the White
House. In the afternoon the presi president
dent president expected to follow his usual cus custom
tom custom of distributing gifts to the chil children
dren children living on the road between
Washington and the jcolf links in
Virginia.
!RESIDENT-ELECT PEEPED AT
HIS PRESENTS
Marion, Dec. 25. President-elect
and Mrs. Harding celebrated a real
Christmas at their home, no iiolitical

DEATH OF MR. HERNDON

'irong, Useful Life Crushed Out by
an Auto Driver's Carelessness

Winston-Salem Sentinel, Dec. 22)
Dr. John R. Herndon, pastor of the
Waughtown Presbyterian church, was
instantly killed -this morning about 9
o'clock, when he was struck by an au automobile
tomobile automobile near the atreet railway
crossing on Waughtown street. There
were several witnesses to the accident,
but no one was able to distinguish
the car numbers on account of the
cense fog and drizzling rain. It was
a new Hudson car, driven at a good
speed by a negro, with two other nek-roes
as passengers. They did not
stop, but opened the throttle and dis-

conferences interrunting the celebra- j appeared.

tion. Immediately after breakfast Mr- Herndon had been to the store
Senator and Mrs. Harding took a j of Mr- c- p- Love, just beyond the
peep at what Santa Claus had been j street railway crossing, after the
sending to the home for the last two j morning mail. After chatting with
weeks. Hundreds of gifts were re-jthose at the store for a few rninutes

to i-.e started on nis return home. -Be

fore reaching the crossing, about a

ceived, ranging from cigarettes

Georgia 'possums. 1 he newspaper
men were guests today at the Hard

ing home at a turkey dinner.

LITTLE OLD NEW YORK'S BIG

HEART
New York, Dec. 25. New York's
green, Christmas was marked by un unusual
usual unusual activities on the part fo char charitable
itable charitable organizations to bring cheer
into the hearts of the unfortunates.
Disabled soldiers, sailors and marines,
patients in many hospitals, were the
recipients of bounteous gifts and
special dinners from fraternal organ organizations
izations organizations and charitable societies.

hundred feet, it appears that he at attempted
tempted attempted to cross the street and was

, .-truck just at the edge of the bitu

minous pavement. Mr. Love was at
the telephone, looking out of his
store window when he was horrified
to see the car plunge into Mr. Hern Herndon,
don, Herndon, knocking him in the air four or
iive feet. He, with others rushed out
of the store and to the scene of the
accident, only about a hundred feet
away, but before they could reach the
street the machine was disappearing
in the distance.

The body was prone, lifeless in the

Masses in Catholic churches were,, ?tieetj with the ciothing torn, and

well attended. A large crowd gather

ed before the community Christmas
tree in Madison Square, where a great
chorus sang carols and Sunday school
children placed wreaths on the grave

blood flowing freely from wounds on
the head and face and from nose and
mouth. The machine was coming to toward
ward toward the city and in an effort to head
the driver off Sheriff Flynt was im-

of Clement Moore, author of '"Twas niediately notified, and he started a
the Night Before Christmas." i search, which ud to noon appeared
AIL CALIFORNIA ORANGES ARE futile.
FIT FOR j
Pasadena, Calif.. Dec. 25. The os- j COLLEGE GIRLS BRING

triches here were given a Christmas
feast today of 9000 oranges.

JACKSONVILLE LIQUOR
FATAL FOR JOHNSON

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Dec. 24. Carter W.
Johnson, a Chicago traveling sales salesman,
man, salesman, died in a local hotel here this
morning after taking one drink from
a bottle of liquor purchased from the
bell boy.

DOWN THE H. C. OF L.

(Associated Press)

State College, Pa., Dec. 24. Senior

co-eds at the Pennsylvania State Col

lege have demonstrated their ability

'to combat the high cost of living by

running thei rtable on less than fifty

cents a day per person.

A group of seven girls in home eco economics,
nomics, economics, in their first of eight weeks'
residence in the housekeeping practice

house maintained for their benefit on

tne campus, established a record of

43.6 cents a day. They set the limit

at fifty cents, which is less than half
of what the men students pay for

board in the town.

The' girls manage a ten-room house

during their residence as a part of

! their training. Posted schedules give

each her duty for the day. Records
We are showing the finest line oic- this kind may give a partial an an-Perfume
Perfume an-Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im-1 swer to the question of why there are

IIALIFAX HAD AN
EXPENSIVE FIRE

(.Associated Press)
Halifax, N. S., Dec. 24. A half half-million
million half-million dollar fire occurred today in
the business district of Halifax.

ported, that we have ever carried.
Bought direct and the prices are right.
Cerig's Drug Store. tf

HARDING CONFERS WITH TAFT

(Associated Press)
Marion, Dec. 24. President-elect
Harding conferred with former Pres President
ident President Taft today on the world peace
problem and practical details of or organizing
ganizing organizing the next administration.

WHISKY STILL FOUND
IN CHURCH BASEMENT

fiequent marriages around the com
mencement period each year.

following is a sample menu for a

day:

Breakfast: Steamed pears, hot cakes

with syrup, coffee.

Lunch: Soup, tomato salad, bread

and butter, jelly jumbles and tea.

Dinner: Lamb chops with gravy

mashed potatoes, chard salad, cream
ed carrots and pumpkin pie.

NEGRO PREACHER

LYNCHED BY NEGROES

Hanford, Wash., Dec. 24 A whisky
still in full operation was discovered
here today in a church basement,
when the church caught on fur. A
butcher was arrested.

(Associated Press)
Jackson, Miss., Dec. 25. Coleman
Prown, a negro preacher, was lynched
yesterday by negroes, according to
Sheriff Williams. The preacher was

suspected of being implicated in the

murder of Delia Green, a 14-year-old
Ford hunting car for sale. Pveason- j negro girl, who was hanged from a

able. See us. Spencer-Pedrick Motor i tree with a clothes line

Company.

0 fntt nnh fours
OUR CHRISTMAS WISH

I

METHODISTS SHOULD

GIVE ME

T REQUIRES not the occasion of
Christmas with its joys, cheer and preva prevalent
lent prevalent opod will, to arouse in us a sense of

the appreciation due patrons of this paper.
In our hearts and minds are gratitude and
good thoughts for you during every day of the
year; but Christmas hallows our sentiments
and makes their expression fitting and timely.
Such as we have accomplished and such
good as may be traceable to our efforts would
not have been possible without your sustaining
power and co-operation. If in any sense we
have upheld a beacon, you have supplied oil
for the lamp. If ours has been a chariot,
yours has been the motive element which has
kept it on its way.
All characters appealing to or endeavoring
to entertain the public, must be given a certain
meed of applause or they cannot exist. With
those engaged in publishing a newspaper, the
applause comes in the interest which readers
manifest in its columns and in an occasional
word of approval. The practical help of sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and advertisers has enabled us to
maintain a publication standard; their encour encouragement
agement encouragement has furnished the degree of pleasure
necessary as an incentive to our daily tasks.
May tlie spirit of Christmas work for you
the full degree of its bountifulness. May you
be enabled to get the same amount of pleasure
and benefit from these columns that we have
derived from making them.
The Publishers

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Are Contributing Only One Cent
Apiece More a Week Than they
Were Forty Years Ago

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 25. The united stew stew-midship
midship stew-midship campaign in all Methodist
Episcopal church in the United States
:'.om January 17th to February 20th,
was announced here today by Rev.
I.uther E. Loejoy, secretary of stew stewardship
ardship stewardship work. The penny is still the
casie standard of giving to both
church and Sunday school, Revv Love Love-joy
joy Love-joy said, and despite the fact that the
aggregate wealth uf the United States
has increased ten times as much per
capita, the average Methodist is con contributing
tributing contributing only one cent more per
week as compared to forty years ago.

: IE A NEST MAN
IN MASSACHUSETTS

Bainlree, Mass., Dec. 25. A thief
s: ripped all the toys and decorations
off the school children's tree here last
night.

ANOTHER TRIAL FOR ARNSTEIN

Washington, Dec. 25. The jury in
the case of Jules W (Nickey) Arn Arn-stein
stein Arn-stein failed to agree and a mistrial
was ordered.

IT WILL NOT BE MERRY
CHRISTMAS FOR THEM

Albany, N. Y., Dec. 25. One thou thousand
sand thousand employes of the New York Cen Central
tral Central car department are idle, the shops
being closed indefinitely.

AERONAUTS MAY BE
IN HANDS OF INDIANS

Ottawa, Dec. 25. Belief that the
three naval officers in a missing bal bal-!
! bal-! on have fallen into the hands of trad traders
ers traders or Indians is expressed by Lieut.
Evans, who has been searching for
the men.

3 1IJFI An I FIT Tllf

BURGLAR ESCAPE

(Corrtfcj 1920)

New York, Dec. 25. A burglar en entered
tered entered the apartment occupied by
I.obert L. Ireland and wife" at the
Murray Hill hote; and escaped after
a fight with Irelana

ARGENTINA WILL PLANT
A COTTON CROP

Washington, Dec. 25. The bureau
of foreign and domestic commerce
has been informel that a federation
has been organized for raising a uni uni-lorm
lorm uni-lorm cotton crop in northern Argentina.

WHO'D A THOUGHT IT?

Chilean Federation of Labor Wants to
Hamper the Wine Industry

OAK VALE

23-tf

Stanley "FERROSTAT" is non non-breakable
breakable non-breakable keeps hot cr cold. Quart
aiid two-quart sizes. Tydings & Co. tf

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

Oak Vale, Dec. 21. Mrs. R. H.

Reddick, mother and brother, Lionel
Robinson of Williston, and her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Aubrey Robinson of

Plant City, spent Sunday with R. H.
Redick.
Miss Lonie Chancy went over to
Morriston Tuesday to spend a few
days with her sister, Mrs. Lawton
Priest.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson and
daughters, Miss Lou Eva and Leola,
spent Sunday at the Vivian White White-hurst
hurst White-hurst home near Williston. The four
married daughters and their families
met there and all enjoyed a big din dinner.
ner. dinner. All the family was together but
the three sons.
Mrs. W. F. King's nephew and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Flickinger left
Sunday for Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Anderson and

family and Mrs. Cooper, mother of
Mrs. Anderson spent Sunday with

their son, Maurice Anderson and wife
of Williston.
Mrs. Mims Mattair and children
went Sunday afternoon to see her

mother, Mrs. Boyd Beamer of Willis Williston.
ton. Williston. Mr. Percy Larson spent the week week-tnd
tnd week-tnd with his brother, H. A. Larson
and wife of Raleigh.
A number gathered at Johnson Lake
Saturday and had a woods dinner and
an all 'round good time. We had as
guests Mr. and Mrs. Angus Smith and
children of Williston and Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Flickinger of Fort Wayne,
Ind. The latter thoroughly enjoyed

their first Florida picnic dinner and
the hospitality shown them.

FELLOWSHIP

ceeding in defeating Fellowship, 32 to
I-. The Fellowship girls are not dis discouraged
couraged discouraged and will go up to Fairfield in
the near future and play the Fairfield
team.

Fellowship, Dec. 21. We wish for
ail the readers of the Star a merry
Christmas and a happy New Year.
Mr. Claude McCully, who is teach teaching
ing teaching at Melbourne, came home last
Saturday to spend Christmas with his
parents.
Misses Sarah and Callie Ferguson
came home Sunday afternoon from
New Smyrna, where Miss Sarah is
teaching, to spend the holidays with
their parents.
Miss Mabel Beck, who is teaching
in Ocala, is spending the holidays
with her parents.
Miss Bernice Smith, who is attend attending
ing attending school is Red Springs, N. C, came
home to spend the Christmas holidays

with her narents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.

Smith.
Mrs. S. J. McCully and Mrs. H. J.
McCully were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. N. A. Noble of Morriston last
Thursday night.
Miss Nellie Prine was the guest of
Miss Geneva McCully last Sunday eve eve-ring.
ring. eve-ring. Mr. E. W. Carter left today to
spend a few days at Oxford with
friends and relatives.
The officers of the B. Y. P. U. met
last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully and held a business
meeting.
The Fairfield basketball team came
down last Saturday afternoon and
played the Fellowship team and suc-

SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Mr. J. E. Allemand, proprietor of
one of our excellent jewelry stores,
leceived the other morning a busi business
ness business letter, from which we make the
following humorous extract:
History
1610 Inhabitants of Manhattan
buy the island from the Indians for
a barrel of whisky.
1920 Inhabitants of Manhattan
I -land want to swap it back.

Santiago, Chile, Dec. 2.S. One of

the first official acts of President
Ailessandri, who assumed office
Thursday, was to receive a petition
from the Chilean Federation of Labor

protesting against alleged attempts
ol the league for the defense of the
wine industry to force northern port
workers to unload liquors. The labor
organization had already adopted a
resolution effective January 1st to re refuse
fuse refuse to unload liquors, whether of
home or foreign manufacture.

ERENNERS WANTED
JEWELRY BADLY

SHE IS MRS. HAMON

Ardmore, Okla., Dec. 25. Mrs.
1 C'ara Smith Hamon, who rested at

Fort Worth last night before resum resuming
ing resuming her journey here from Mexico to
answer to the charge of the murder
cf Jake Jj. Hamon, republican nation national
al national committeeman, arrived here at
noon today. Her attorney said that
Mrs. Hamon was in a complete state
of exhaustion and her nerves are
shattered. Bond was arranged with
fifty prominent men voluntarily of offering
fering offering as sureties.

Springfield, Mo., Dec. 25. Mrs.
Ficderick Brenner of Staunton, Va.,
v.a.-. arrested today in connection with
the rhooting of A. J. Seigfried, a Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City jewelry salesman. The wom woman's
an's woman's h lsband is also sought.' Seigfried
is dead and his two trunks containing
SI 0,000 worth of jewelry, are missing.

THEY SHOT IT OUT

AERIAL EVENTS
Long Beach, Calif., Dec. 25. Six Sixteen
teen Sixteen airplanes and pilots are ready for
the events of the national winter air
tournament opening today and con continuing
tinuing continuing through Sunday and Monday.

Asheville, Dec. -25. Vernon B.
Bailey is in the hospital seriously
wounded under guard, charged with
killing Berry Hensley and wounding
Chares Hare in a shooting affray at
Hensley 's home.

PLERN PRESENTED HIS
CREDENTIALS TO PESSOA

Rio Janeiro, Dec. 25. George Al-

i f red Plern, the new German minister

tc Brazil, has presented his creden credentials
tials credentials to President Pessoa.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920

Ocala Evening Star

PablUbed Every Day Krept Sunday by
8TAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

R. II. Carroll, Preoldent
P. V. LrenicMil, STelary-Treaarer
J. II. nenjatnia. Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce aa
second-class matter.

TKLEPHO.NKS
Blac Office Five-One
KJttorlal Department ... .Two-Seven
rtety Reporter Klve-fne

ter, thousands of birds, luxuriant veg

etation and a cool climate. Wish some

friend would buy us a railroad ticket
(cnt way) to that favored spot.

ENCOURAGING CRIME

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Also the local news published herein.
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Truce on earth; keep a good watch

on men.

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Six thousand persons irom tne
United States are emigrating to Can

ada monthly.

Just think Mendenhall may spend

next Christmas at home some other

man's home if the other man is away.

The Atlanta Constitution preaches
a good sermon on crime, using as a
text the mild sentence imposed on
two criminals recently in the public

eye.

There was Ponzi of Boston, the
'wizard" who swindled thousands of

people out of millions of dollars. There

was no question whateevr of his guilt, went" sold to them?

DID THE CARNIVAL SUIT MIAMI

(Miami Metropolis)
The Johnny Jones carnival has com completed
pleted completed its two weeks "stand" in Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. Has it left anything of value
here?
The Metropolis likes to see the peo people
ple people of Miami have what they want.
It likes to have them perfectly satis satisfied.
fied. satisfied. Was the entertainment furnish-
ed by that carnival company what the i
people of Miami like? Do they feel;
that it was good for them and for the :
town to have that kind of "entertain-'

out Success is Our Success

Doughboys of the American army of
occupation on the Rhine, consumed
29 tons of turkey on Thanksgiving
day.
Before they are two years old, 779
of every 1000 babies in China die.
There's no such good luck for the
other 221.

Boot heels originated in Persia,
where they were originally attached
to sandals to keep the wearer's feet
above the burning sands.

and of the vast amount of wretched

ness and want that resulted from his
crooked operations. Ponzi was sen

tenced to only five years imprison

ment. His time, by decent behavior,

may be reduced to three and one-half
years. It is considered quite possible

that Ponzi has a fortune stowed away

somewhere, saved from his plunder;
and if so, when he leaves the peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary there will be nothing to prevent
his living the rest of his life in com

fort.

Then there was the case of the New

England bootlegger who bought wood
alcohol from a Brooklyn undertaker,

in large quantities, and peddled it as
whisky, each of the two knowing per-

lectly well what the stuff was. More

than 100 persons are known to have
died from that poison. It is possible

that the victims really totalled sev

eral hundred. One of the criminals

was given 18 years in the peniten
tiary and the other five years!

wny are mere so many crimi

nals today, and so many robberies?"
asks a citizen writing to the Spring

field (Mass.) Union. He answers his

own question, saying it is because of
thee asy tolerance of men like Ponzi

by those who administer justice.

The Constitution wants to know

"what is being done for the benefit of
the future by judges who sentence
wholesale murderers and sight-de

stroyers to serve comparatively nom

inal prison sentences," and who make
a practice of permitting other danger dangerous
ous dangerous offenders to escape by payment

of petty fines. Mighty little! And

still less when, as happens so often,
men imprisoned for serious rcimes
ai;c set free before their short terms
have expired. St. Petersburg Times.
Then there is the Florida pardoning

board.

Sickness results in an annual loss
to the workers of the United States
amounting to more than $800,000,000.
Poker costs them a right smart, too.

Eight billion dollars in various
classes of credits have been extended
by the United States to Europe in thv
reconstruction period since the armistice.

During the last fiscal year thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two persons in the army were sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to death by courts-martial, but in
no case was the sentence carried into
aeffct.

If we didn't suppose everybody
knew it, we would say today is Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. And if we thought people want wanted
ed wanted to read it, we would write a column
of slush about it.

The news suddenly arrives from
Europe that the king of Spain is the
king of the movie fans. Many of us,
however, long ago recognized that
many movie structures were castles
in Spain.

The trunks of living trees may be
Utilized at times in the place of send sending
ing sending and receiving antennae for radio
apparatus. This will be of great ben benefit
efit benefit to aerial forest fire patrol com companies
panies companies in time of fires.

Seventy thousand Sicilians await await-hig
hig await-hig an opportunity to sail for the
United States are congested at the
port of Palermo, Sicily. Ten thousand
steerage passengers are sailing
monthly from Naples for America.

Workmen in the Erie railroad shops
of Susquehanna have organized a
movement to "take a week off" De December
cember December 24 to January 2. This is volun voluntary
tary voluntary on their part and is to help the
company in its readjustment policy.

A bill drafted by a United States
enator would forbid all citizens who
are abroad and members of the Amer American
ican American diplomatic and consular services
to drink intoxicating liquors. When
there is such a fool as that in the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, the outlook is indeed gloomy for
the rest of the country.

A plant growing in the state of
Michoaean, Mexico, affects the human'
organism in such a manner that the
subject is made temporarily insane
from breathing the perfume. Wonder
if some thoughtless person set out a
iprout of it in the yard of the gover governor's
nor's governor's mansion at Tallahassee.

Palmyra Island, 1000 miles south
of Honolulu, has no mosquitoes, no
eorpions, no centipedes, and has
plenty of fish in the surrounding wa-

Inventors in Riga have devised ma

chinery for stamping nails out of the

wire found on eastern European bat battlefields
tlefields battlefields and it is hoped this method
v ill relieve the shortage of nails in

the Balkan states. Also the piers at

Riga are stacked high with wire suit
able for nail making.

The business community of Ger

many believes that the German fleet

betrayed the fatherland and caused its

ruin and consequently no German

trader or shipowner will employ for-1

mer naval officers, even those who
served on warships in the battle of
Jutland.

There were hundreds of children,

more correctly thousands of children,
in the carnival grounds during- the
week. They had a fine time on the j
riding devices for all normal children

ove a merry-go-round and the thrill 1

of the whirling swings. Many of them

had a "fine" time, too, in the side
shows. Do the parents of Miami chil- j
dren believe that the entertainment

that was furnished there is what they
want their children to call "fine"?

Those pitiful monkeys strapped to

the toy automobiles, those beautiful

lions driven about by a cruel whip,
those bony horses tortured by wires

and straps to make them act "wild,"

those poor little deformed girls it
was a great show, now wasn't it, for

training boys and girls to love mercy

and justice!

And the games of chance. The ope operators
rators operators did not let children play. That
would have been "wrong." But crowd crowding
ing crowding close about the gambling places

were eager-faced children, envying
with all their little hearts those BIG
men and women who could play the
game and "occasionally" get those
prizes!
Protected by a license from the
city council, the carnival company
ran its show and its grounds were
crowded to their capacity. Thousands
of dollars were taken in at the ticket
windows and at the gambling booths,
and Miami has the results to figure
up as suits her best.
Is this the sort of entertainment
the people of Miami want? Can the
Johnny Jones carnival come to Miami
next year and give the same kind of
"shows" to correspondingly large
crowds? Do the homes of Miami, the
parents of Miami boys and girls, ask
for that sort of thing? There is op opportunity
portunity opportunity in the answers to those
questions to gauge quite accurately
the "quality" of this town.

TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
J- manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.

E STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent with right bank

ing principles.
Muhroe & Chambliss National Banh

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the Florida Citrus Eicfesge

Membership in the Florid Ckrns Exchange requires
only the ability to co-operale. No inkktkm fees,
no membership dues. For information, consult the
manager of nearest ssaodatkm or sob-eachange, or
write to the budoess manager at Tampa.

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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS MYSTERY

To endeavor to bring about the pas passage
sage passage of minimum wage laws Miss
Jeannette Rankin, who was the first
woman representative in Congress, is
now making a tour of the country.
What is she going to do with those
who won't work at all?

The French government has pre prepared
pared prepared a decree authorizing the mayors
cf all cities to prohibit use of fresh
milk and cream in hotels, restaurants
and similar places as a measure to toward
ward toward relieving the shortage of milk
for children.

German residents and interests in
Milwaukee have sent eighty million
marks to Berlin to alleviate the dis distress
tress distress in Germany and Austria. The
practice of sending gifts to these
countries was resumed when the war
ended.

Idaho is preparing to take steps to
provide against' alien ownership of
lands. The fear is expressed that
Japanese will leave California and the
coast states and make their homes in
Idaho, gaining possession of the land.

Ivory and PY-RA-LIN toilet sets;
also single pieces. Tydinga & Co. tf

Say, tell me! Why is it that wrhen a
child gets a Christmas present that
cost, say, eleven dollars and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four cents, he gives it a cold, unemo unemotional
tional unemotional glance, and then forgets it
While a Christmas present which
cost, say, twenty-four cents, he re regards
gards regards with something akin to wor worship?
ship? worship? The eleven-dollar-and-seventy-four-

cent present represented days of ago

nized thought as to "what he would

like",

Whereas the twenty-four-cent pres

ent was a pick-up at a side aisle coun counter,
ter, counter, and just happened to be bought

because no crowd was there at the

moment.

The kid has left the eleven-seventy-four
present where he dropped it
Christmas morning, but the twenty-

four-cent present, he talks to

And talks about, and takes to the

table, and takes to bed with him, and
feels for in the middle of the night,
and plays with as soon as it is light,
and asks a million times, "Who gave
this to me?" and "Wasn't it thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful of them, Mama?" until the house

hold feels as if it would go stark

mad

And when Aunt Abbie, who gave
the other present
The eleven-seventy-four-one

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Asks, "How did the little dear like
it?" everybody has to swallow hard,
and lie badly; and shamefully; for
what else can be done?
Whereas Cousin Bertha, who gave
the other, forgets all about it and
doesn't even know what the kid is
talking about when, three months aft afterward,
erward, afterward, he thanks her for it, all out
of his own soul, almost with tears,
and tells her how good she was to him
at Christmas!
This phenomenon was first noticed

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to our customers and friends. 0

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 your
business.
Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.
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has been so ever since.
Why? O Why? Judge.

THE LINE WAS BUSY

Caller: Why did you ever teach
your parrot to swear so terribly?
Hostess: We didn't do it intention intentionally.
ally. intentionally. It just happened that her cage
vas near the telephone. Judge.

A COMPETITION AMONG CRITICS

Mr. H. J. Jennings, once editor of
the Birmingham Mail, claims to hav
written the shortest dramatic criti criticism
cism criticism ever penned:
"Las night a play called 'Pure as
Snow' was produced at the Blank
theater. It is not as pure as snow."
His assertion has been disputed,
and a correspondent attributes the

following very brief notice to an Am American
erican American critic:
"A play by Ulysses S vrtM
played last night. Heaven will jnigm

him."

Equally pointed was a criticisa
which once appeared in a Manchester
journal:
"Las night Mr. W 's play wmJ

'produced. Quite a number of people
stayed to the end." London Answers.

Raising tne Family-

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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
A REBUILT CLASSIC
MUSIC RECITAL

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Hadn't Been

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You hardly realize it, but the price of staple
groceries is getting back to normal verv fast.
In days gone by, we had a man to walk in the
store and ask a clerk to fix him up a lunch. When
asked what he wanted, he replied: "Oh, give me a
nickels worth of cheese and crackers; I don't care for
expenses.'' That day will soon be here again.
When dealing here you do not have to worry
about whether you are getting the right price or not,
for we see to it that our prices are in line. Then
too, you save around 10 under the service stores.
The list below will show you the difference in
the highest price you have paid for staples and the
price we are asking today.
HIGH LOW
$ .30 Lard Compound $ .15
.35 White Bacon 22
.70 Kingan's Sliced Bacon .53
1.25 No. 4 Snowdrift Lard .83

2.50
.60..
1.25 .
.08..
.08..
.20..
.30..

... No. 8 Snowdrift Lard 1.60
... No. V2 Crisco .35
- No. 3 Crisco .70
... Meal 0454
... Grits My2
. .. Best Rice .10
... Granulated Sugar ... .10

.60 Best Coffee .42
.50 Arbuckles Coffee .30
2.25 to 2.50 Flour 24 pound bags... $1.70 to 2.10
.40 No. 1 Roast Beef .14
.40 No. 1 Corned Beef .17
.20 No. 2 Tomatoes .10
U-SERVE STORES
CASH AND CARRY
One East and One West City Square
Shop at the One Nearest "Vou

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LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

J. II. SPENCER

W. R. PEDRICH

AGENCY

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

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

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

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

SPENCER-PEDRK K MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

St. Phillip's Catholic
Mass at 8 a. m.
Christian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr.
L'yndman, superintendent.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor.
6:30 p. m. Junior and Senior B.
Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. "Who Was Jesus
Christ?" a sermon by the pastor.
Presbyterian
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Prelude, "Curious Story." (Schu (Schumann.)
mann.) (Schumann.) Invocation.
Hymn, "While Shepherds Watch
Their Flocks," etc.
Scripture lesson.
Hymn, "It Came Upon the Midnight
Clear."
Offertory, "A Shepherd's Tale.'
(Nevin).
Prayer (congregation standing).
Anthem, "Arise, Shine for Thy
Light is Come."
Sermon by Rev. D. R. Dodge.
Hymn, "Angels, from the Realms of

Glory," tc.

Solo, "Story of Bethlehem" (Steph

en Adams) Miss Bullock.

Benediction.
Closing Prayer. i
Postlude, marchJSjplounod).
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
Prelude, "O Thou Sublime Sweet

Evening Star (Wagner).

Hymn, "While Shepherds Watched."
Prayer (congregation standing).
Chorus, "Hark, the Herald Angels

Sing" (Mendelssohn).

Carols:
"Away in a Manger" (Spillman).
"I Saw Three Ships" (Sir John

Stainer).

Brief address by Rev. R. D. Dodge.
Quartet, "Beautiful Angels" Mr.

A. E. Gerig, Mr. J. J. Gerig, Mr. Guy
Richardson and Mr. Kenneth MacKay.

Carols:
"The First Noel" (Sir John Stainer).
"Silent Night" (Sir John Stainer).
Brief address by Rev. W. F. Creson.
Hymn, "Hail to the Lord's Anoint

ed."

Solo, "Twas Night in Old Judea"

Miss Bullock.

Benediction.
Closing Prayer.
Postlude, march (Righim).
Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

ll a. m. Uhnstmas communion

with sermon, special music and pre

sentation of the Christmas offering.

7:30 p. m. Carol service, when the

following program will be rendered:

Double processional, Adeste fidelis,

Hark, the Herald Angels Sing.
Versicles and psalter.
The Gloria Patri.
The lesson.

Carol, While Shepherds Watch their

Flocks. (Old tune).
Bass solo, O Little Town of Bethle
hem.

Three ancient carols, words and

music traditional:
Good King Winceslaus.
We Three Kings of Orient Are.
The Neighbors of Bethlehem.
Bass solo, Nazareth.

Carol, They Came Up On the Mid

night Clear.

The Birthday of a King (bass solo)

and choir.
Carol, Silent Night.
Benediction,

Recessional, Once in Royal David's

City.

The congregation is invited to join

in the singing of the carols.
The public is cordially invited.
Christian Science Services
Room 5, Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.

Wednesday evening meeting at 8

o'clock.

The hospitality committee of the

Woman's Club desires to thank every
one who was so generous and eager

to make their recent card party given

to raise the sum of $50 for the Chil

dren's Home in Jacksonville a success.

t was a huge success. We not only

raised our $50 pledge, but doubled it,
and then made $21 extra.

We desire first to thank the fol-

owing merchants, who contributed

he gifts to be used as prizes, name

ly: Rheinauer & Co., H. A. Waterman,

The Specialty Shop and the O. K. Tea

pot Grocery. To every one who took

tables; to the merchants who contri contributed
buted contributed to the refreshments; to Mrs.

Minshall for the loan of the electric

ights for the tree, and to each and

every member of every committee for

ISCTXIiMi:0!iM

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

I WONDER!

Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the flat
Every creature was dancing, excepting the cat.
The phonograph's cheerful, industrious bray
Untiringly sounded as time wore away:
The stockings and shoes had been chosen with care
Befitting the smartness of such an affair.
The children, who should have been snugly in bed,
Were having their Castle-Walk practiced instead.
And mamma in her slippers and I in my pumps
Were doing the Maxixe in synchonous jumps.
When up in the air there arose such a humming,
I ran to the window to see w-hat was coming;
And what should I view, as I opened the pane,
But good old St. Nick, in a swagger biplane!
It bumped on the roof after circling around,
And soon down the airshaft he came with a bound.
I peeped, as he opened his pack in the hall
A difficult task, for the package was small
And heard his remark, "It seems awfully queer
To carry "no budget from Europe this year!
But though war has bereft me of trinkets and toys,
I'm amply provided with holiday joys."
is gifts looked alike as to wrappings and style,
And he mused as he quickly selected a pile;
"A Lame Duck for grandpa; the Boston for dad;
For mother, the disk with the Argentine Fad.
For Gladys, the Dip she interprets with skill,
And here's a new Half-and-Half record for Bill.
Sue likes Hesitation a finished side-stepper;
Tom clings to the Tango, with plenty of pepper.
The Kitchensink Rag I'll apportion to Bridget;
The One-Step's for Minnie the spry little Midget!
As stockings from chimneys are pendant no more,
I'll lay 'em carefully here by the door!"
Then, placing his goggles astride his nose,
And adjusting his cap, up the air-shaft he rose,
With a satisfied grin, as he passed out of sight,
Saying, "On with the dance! Merry Christmas good night!"
Exchange.

IOSPITALITY COMMITTEE

RETURNS THANKS

the splendid work they did to make
this party the wonderful success it
was. To George MacKay for the loan
of chairs, to Harvey Clark for the loan
of oil heaters and to the Banner and
Star for the publicity given sincere
thanks are extended.
Hospitality Committee,
Ocala Woman's Clue.

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

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

Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock
Miss Lancaster received her friends
and with the assistance of her music
students entertained them with an
exceptionally splendid program. For

j
j the occasion the entire lower floor of

her home was used, most artistically
de orated in the Christmas colors of
red and green, a profusion of holly
and gorgeous poinsettias bting used.
The rooms were beautifully lighted
by many shaded electric lamps and

j red and green Christmas candles. Miss
j Lancaster beautifully dressed in navy

blue sutin and georgette very in informally
formally informally greeted the guests as they
arrived. Assisting her in entertain entertain-in
in entertain-in was Miss Margaret Eagleton,
handsomely gowned in black satin.
These studio musicals are always
looked forward to with a great deal
of pleasure by the pupils and other
friends. Miss Lancaster is a musician
. .d teacher of rare executive ability.
Her pupils all display a marked train training
ing training in technique, tone and expression.
Each pupil played his or her number
with an individuality that was re remarkable.
markable. remarkable. Following the program several of
the students served their guests with
fruit, punch, cakes and Christmas
candies. The following program was
rendered:
Welcome: Herschel Roberts.
Concert Polka: Amy Long, Carrie
Brooks.
Butterflies: Dorothy Cappleman.
Valse la Petite: Wilma Wilson.
Spinning Song: Susie Hunter.
Fairy Dance: Polly Smith.
Hungarian Dance: Alma Townsend.
The Humming Bird: Amy Long.
The Brook: Carrie Brooks.
Hunting Song: Edgar Roberts.
Minuet and Trio in D: James Royce.
Holiday Times: Dora Burnett and
Willie Huckaby.
Christmas is Coming (reading):
Polly Smith.
Elfin Dance: Willie Huckaby.
La Ballerina: Louie Smoak.
Valse Caprice: Martha Rivers.
Caprice: Dora Burnett.
Sun Shower Caprice: Sara Scott.
Elergie: George Hooper.
Polish Dance: Louie Smoak and
Martha Rivers.

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

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

When the last pep-hound shall have

kiyied
Kis swan-song and faded away;
When jazz-bos are nought but i
legend,
And shimmies are female array,
I wonder what vivid creations
The wild minds of genius will rear
To jingle with the world for a season
And drive us at last to root beer?

When "the world's been told" till it

"says so,"
And chickens are birds, and not girl3;
When the "wicked hoof" is done
"shaking,"
And wsmen wear more than just
curls;
I wonder what new-fangled marvels
The mongers of thrills will employ
To draw from the lips of the nation
Some cry that will equal "Oh Boy!"
Stuart Taber, in Judge.
Complete line of school supplies al always
ways always on hand at Tydings & Co. tf

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It is owned by many who
can afford to pay anything
they wish for the things
they use.
It is always bought be because
cause because of its known value
and its after economies.

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AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylorj
Ocala, Fid., Piij.12 J1S

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3BsLtteris

at a
New Price
Level
Effective with the
publication of this an announcement,
nouncement, announcement, Willard
Batteries will be sold on
a new and materially
lower price level.
The same Willard
quality backed by the
same authorized WiZ WiZ-felrd
felrd WiZ-felrd Service.
Ocala Storage
Battery Co.
MACK TAYLOR
20 N. Main Street
Ocala. Florida
aiicenes
TEACHERS' MEETING
The colored teachers of Florida
will hold their annual session in this
city during the holidays, at Mt. Zion
A. M. E. church, beginning Tuesday
evening, December 28th and closing
Thursday evening, the 30th. The
Ocala public is invited. 21-6t
NOTICE
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
phone 516, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.
Your holiday is not complete with without
out without a pan of our savory cinnamon
buns. Federal Bakery.
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STPA1CHT
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L a?y mild
.Largest

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'SIZES WJv

THE WINDSOR HOTEL

w JACKSONVILLE, XijORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

8CAIA OCCURRENCES

! Miss Nellie Wallis will leave to to-:
: to-: morrow for Orlando to spend the re regaining;
gaining; regaining; holidays with Mrs. Ed Hill.
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
i Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens at
ierig's Drug Store. tf
When you buy fish from us they are
'dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
land shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
o. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
! Mr. Julian H. Bullock of Orlando
is spending Christmas in town with
hi: parents, Judge and Mrs. W. S.
Fullock.
i Manicure sets, either pearl or Py-
r.i-lin handles. Just the thing for her
i Christmas gift. Tydings & Co. tf
I Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Ingersoll Watches at Gerig's Drug
Store. tf
Miss Miriam R. Lanier of Tarboro,
! N. C, arrived on Wednesday to spend
the winter with her cousinr, Mr. and
Mrs. Cullen and family.
i Guth's, Liggett's and Nunnally's
i Candies, all sizes from half-pound to
'ten-pound boxes. Gerig's Drug Store.
JAPONICA flowers for sale. Ask
Mrs. Simpson, 4 West Ninth St. 22-6t
My market will be closed all day
Seturday, so get your orders in early
Friday. Main Street Market. 22-2t
Mr. Sam Mathews of Tampa arriv arrived
ed arrived in the city last night and left this
j morning for Candler, where he will
spend Christmas with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathews.
For the very best stationery, look
at our stock of Symphony Lawn.
Gerig's Drug Store.
i Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
'Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store.
22-tf
The motto of our prescription de department
partment department is "Quick Service" and the
prices are always reasonable. Tydings
u Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton, who is
principal of the school at Frostproof,
has arrived in the city to spend
Christmas with her sister, Miss Annie
Pope Eagleton and their uncle, Mr.
Ed. Parr.
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. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf
If you are contemplating cut glass
were as a holiday gift come in and
see our line. It's complete. Tydings
" Co., opp. Harrington hotel. tf
Misses Catherine and Lois Living Livingston
ston Livingston have issued invitations to a large
purty next Thursday afternoon, which
they will give in honor of their sister,
Mrs. J. H. Hydrick and the members
cf the "A" club, of which the latter
was a member before her marriage.
Full line of smokers' articles, pipes,
tobacco, cigars, etc. t Tydings & Co.,
opp. Harrington Hall hotel. tf
Federal Bread is the kind to ask
for if you want the best. Your grocer
will furnish it.
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If your dealer cant supply you wriTe vs.
I. LEWIS CIGAR MFG. CO.NevarkHJ.

Independent Cigar Factory inlhe World
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.
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Always ask for FEDERAL bread j

and rolls. They are delicious, and
can be had from your grocer. Insist
upon having FEDERAL. 21-6t
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per buskel
Ocala Seed Store.
22-tf

I papers for dope on the Doug, r air air-Mr.
Mr. air-Mr. Asher Frank of Tampa, after a i tanks and Buster Keaten releases,
visit to his mother at Newport News, J And the carol must syncopate itself
having been called there by the death 'or lose out.
of his step-father, Mr. M. Dandels-j Ba k in the good old days when the
man, will arrive in Ocala Sunday to; New v0l-k Ledger and the tariff issue

spend a few days with his sister, Mrs.
Max Israelson.
1919 Maxwell truck, Al shape, reas
onable and terms if desired, neneer-
Pcdrick Motor Co.
24-tf
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf;
ROBERTS & SPENCER'S
ANNOUNCEMENT
We wish to announce to our friends
and the general public that on and
after this date we will not be with
the firm of George MacKay & Com Company,
pany, Company, formerly Mclver & MacKay. It
has been rumored that we are going
to leave Ocala. We want to stat3
that we are not going to leave. We
will be located for the present at No.
217 West Broadway. We are going
to carry one of the best and most com complete
plete complete lines of funeral goods ever car carried
ried carried in this section. Also will buy,
sell, repair and re-finish furniture,
mattresses renovated and made to
order; upholstering of all kinds and
picture framing. If our services are
r.eded call phones 305 or 431.
ROBERTS & SPENCER,
By C. V. Roberts.
A complete line of perfumeries and
toilet accessories. Tyding3 & Co., op
cosite Harrington Hall hotel. tf
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc., at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
INTENDS TO TALK ON
FARMERS' INTERESTS
n t -Kit ti.j
Mr. L. M. Rhodes, chairman of the j

tflFlorida Marketing Bureau, will be in:". '" tu wc

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interests of the agriculturalists. Mr.,""1" ue.

Rhodes will speak as follows: ;
At Key Pond, Tuesday evening.
At Buck Pond, Thursday evening
At Flemington, Friday evening. j
" $
day at 2 p. m.
uu
"Paw, what is an advertisement?"
"An advertisement is the picture of
a pretty girl eating, wearing, holding
or driving something that somebody
wants to sell." Nashville Tennessee Tennessee-an.
an. Tennessee-an. PARKER Fountain Pens. They are
guaranteed. Special agent, the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Phone 123. 9t
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
THEN AND NOW
(George Ade in Life)
It is not true, as reported, that the
only advancement to be noted in the
Middle West relates to the status of
the minister's son.
Formerly he grew up to steal
horses, and now he grows up to steal
Fords.
But the sons of preachers are not
the only ones who have moved up upward
ward upward and onward.
All the essences of daily life in the
corn belt have become more highby
colored, more concentrated, more
aromatic.
The deathbed movie is a daily ra
tion, whereas, of old, the small town
waited months for a repertory com
pany that featured "East Lynne" and
gave away a silver water pitcher on
Saturday night.
The cottage organ, touched by the
arthma, has disappeared, even as the
bison and the Paisley shawl and the
paper collar have gone. The noises of
the talking machine now overlap, so
that on a quiet evening, with the win
dows open, the whole countryside is
compactly overlaid with squealing
melodies.
The state legislator with the glis
tening "Prince Albert" is still pres
ent, but hard to find, the same as the
prairie chicken, the zither and the A.
P. A.
The girls hide their ears and ex expose
pose expose their wish bones, in accordance
with the most recent hints from
Paris, and the humblest farmhand in insists
sists insists upon being measured for a suit
that will make him look like a Yale
student.
Methodists play bridge, and W. C.
T. U's., viewed from a distance, look
like showgirls.
In the midst of these kaleidoscopic,

not to say cataclysmic, changes, the in reverent tones, "is hexactly like the
cld-fashioned Christmas ha had aUne worn by 'Is Royal Tghness, the

few things done to it.
The bobsled no longer appears

the imagination of a community ac-j "I fancy it cost less and keeps no
customed to taking its rides in air-; better rime than the half-dozen I al al-pJanes.
pJanes. al-pJanes. j ready own."
When children of four and five.1 "'Kre's a card, sir, calling for a

smile (knowingly) at mention of tha

stork, what chance has the local
hardware man to palm himself off as
a real Santa Claus merely by looping
set of unconvincing whiskers over
his ears?
The cantata has gone cold. All the
little ones are watching the Chicago
provider our mental stimulus in the
black-dirt country, Christmas brought
with a mild orgy of present giving.
Slippers to the minister and a copy
of Will Carleton's poems to the teach-
jer of the Bible class!
Sometimes I pause and wonder if
tne mustache cup is still extant, or
whether it has gone to join the velvet
ve.-.t and the box-toed boots.
Does anyone here remember the
cardboard motto? Or, coming along
to the later Crustacean period, the
orkbox with a hot-poker design on
the outside ?
Or the monogram hat-lining of ;
puckered silk, suggesting a child's
coffin, as Abe Martin says?
The crayon portrait of a deceased
relative was considered quite it. And
it is only fair to add that any relative
cone in crayon always looks deceased.
Among those who made a luxury of
grief there was an abiding fondness
for the watch-chain made of human
h:nr. The parted would be clipped
just beforefded into the casket. The
strands of fcajr would be woven into
an intricate rope design, and this
would be presented to the widower on
Christmas morning, just as a start start-eff
eff start-eff to a jolly day.
These little glimpses into the home
life of the past help us to understand
where all the greenback and populist
votes came from.
On Christmas Eve, from an ever evergreen
green evergreen tree festooned with popcorn and
tinsel, there descended a crop of knit
ted and crocheted sundries mittens,
caps, earbobs, wristlets, comforters
and hoods which you could not get
n a juvenile today unless four or five
people held him
A pair of "rocker" skates, with a
A A
tne heel and. heavy .wooden foundation,
scvusiieu txii wie vearmiiKS anu in
&
n u a ixr.ii: l l
ii-ot been taught to. expect a set of
buttons for the tuxedo outfit, and a
If rat pin, and a traveling bag and a
!pool table
Probably the children of today
i i :i, :e u:
. . .
rrought them only stick candy, iirazi
r uts and ten-cent tons. Most certain
ly tne scneming lover can win no
home for himself in 1920 by the help
of a shiny culluloid "toilet set" on a
base of red plush.
The toy store of today looks like
Machinei-y Hall at a world's fair. And
the candidate who expects to score
had better select something which in includes
cludes includes radium, platinum, gold and
precious stones.
When the tots kneel down and
pray for limousines, it may be an announced
nounced announced to the world that the old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned Christmas is in the past
tense.
If you want a KODAK, Gerig's
Drug Store is the enly store in Ocala
hat sells KODAKS. tf
A MILD. SATIRE
When Perkins, the Butler, in Santa
Claus costume; switched on the libra library
ry library lights, William de Puyster Mont-
jir.orency opened his eyes. William,
aged thirteen, had fallen asleep in a
LJc chair, and had remained there un unnoticed
noticed unnoticed when his father put out the
lights and retired.
'"Good evening," languidly greeted
the lad.
"Why er 'ow are you, sir," stam stam-nered
nered stam-nered Perkins.'
William recoknized the voice, not
o mention the accent, but. being a
nan of the world, he played the game.
"Put down your pack and have a
seat, won't you?"
"Thank you, sir. Hi do find it a bit
eavy." Thinking he had not been rec recognized,
ognized, recognized, though he must have known
that William had long since ceased to
believe in Santa Claus, Perkins pro
ceeded:
"Now, sir, what'll you 'ave hout o'
me pack?"
"A cigarette if I can trust you,"
eplied the blase richling.
Perkins produced one, also a match,
and, winking, "Never a word to your
father, sir."
"'Ow habout this werry 'andsome
s;gnet ring, sir-?"
''Give it to some poor devil who
n:rver had one," responded William
i-haiing deeply.
i'erKin- opened a monogrammed
leather ase.
'Thi. wiist watch," he announced
jPk-ince t Wales.'
to; Will. -ir. -rvt-ad a bored smile.

Rolls-Royce chassis, to be equipped
with a sport model, custom-built body
of your own designing."

"I cut out the speed stuff," yawned ;
William, "when I wrenched my knee
;n that last wreck."
Perkins closed his pack.
"Is there anything you would like,
sir?"
"I want to want something," was
the pathetic admission. "And that is
impossible. I've had everything."
As Santa Perkins turned at the:
door to say goou-mnt, w imam
spoke:
"You might warn other parents
like mine.. Santa, to leave something
for their kids to wish for. But, of
course," he cynically added, flicking
cigarette ask upon the priceless Ori Oriental
ental Oriental rug, "they would pay no atten attention
tion attention to ths warning." Terrell Love
Holliday, in Life.
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
NOTICE, FARMERS
Hon. L. M. Rhodes will address the
public at the Keypond schooihouse at
ynne Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock.
Everyone invited. H. L. Shearer.
GALAX LEAVES
A limited supply of galax leaves at
the Book Shop.
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the
alumni of the Ocala high school next
Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the
Board of Trade room. 23-5t
xtsxtsxn
Geo. MacKay I Co.
Funeral Directors
and Emb aimers
Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
Our Specialty Is
Jpbuildind
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZ0N & CO.

ceiween len er.i Diore ana uengs;fctj oak or nine wood fo either

" a n y-i a. e a.
Drug Store
FOR SALE
PHONE 581
.O -rTfr J riUjJKliy ncieu glasses
fS- wil1 make a bright Xmas.
-. "-f rVSK. &UOUL iiy K'i' t-
.we tificate.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
S
Arrival and departure of passenger
trarns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea- e Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pre
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave ArriY
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 prr
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 nrx,
2:4i am St.Petsbrg-Lakeiand 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeiand 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2:'am Dunellon-Lkeland ll:Q3Tr
3:25 pm Homosassi 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50am
Monday. Wednesday. Fridav.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday

RAILROAD SCHEDULE

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tlsa,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance, v
FARM WANTED I want to hear
from party having farm for sale.
Give price and description. B. B.
Howard, Champaign, Illinois. 25-2t
LOST Last night between Temple
theater and Chazal residence,
string of pearl beads. Reward to
finder by applying to Miss Onie
Chazal, Ft. King Ave. 24-3t
FOUND Suitcase. For information
apply to Mrs. E. A. Crumpton,
Route B, Ocala. 24-St
WANTED Young man or woman
clerk to assist with soda fountaia A
service. Apply to T. W. Troxlet tf
:HERO-COLA WOODYARD We art
prepared to furnish oak or pm
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length: delivered on short notice. J
Phone Mrs. L. L. Howell, Oalt, t
Fla. : 20-tf f
1? A r H T T A Tr? A TXT T flF:
quick sale a dandy little 30-acreV
farm, located in good neighborhood
Every acre well fenced and in higk
etnto riT cultivation' RTrrtm f hnrrff."
small barn and smokehouse; nice
well of good water. Pair of dandy
young mules, wagon and harness;
some farm tools; 30 bushels of corn
and some hay. Price, $1800. Ternn
can be arranged. S. S. Savage, Jr.,
Ocala, Fla. J8-10t
FOR SALE 1500 budded 'orange
trees, Pineapple and Parson Brown,!
one year old budded on five year old
our roots; from 3 to 5 ft high.
Price, 60c. and 75c. Write me o;
see me at H. B. Masters Co. L. Ej
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla. 15-1e'
i
STENOGRAPHER Experienced, d-?
sires work. Can use dictaphone!
Will do piece work. Miss S. U
Patterson, Colonial. 22-ti
WANTED At once, a white wait!
ress. Apply at City Cafe Soutt
Magnolia street.
TAEBAGE PLANTS TrntJctfiA fw.r'
frost by overhead irrigation. Chart
leston Wakefield, Early Summer
Lupton's best Long Island 8ee
$1.50 per thousand; special price ii
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms
Bartow, Fla. ,J
: 1
FOR SALE Handsome Jersey m!
calf, born November 26. Has learc
ed to drink from bucket. Price $:
Apply to Louis Frederit'zi, iif
Weir avenue, Ocala, Fla. 20-Ct
i
FREE FLORIDA FARMS Until J
10, 25 cts. acre monthly. Payment
returned from stock and mgi
farms. Free booklets. Ideal Ameri
can Corporation, Johnstown, Fla.
18-2tr
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. S
or fireplace; $1 and $2 per load. Yl
corner South Main and Third street!
rhone 112. 15-lc
.........7
C. Cecil Bryant
Acconnling and Auditing
PHONE 332
Auto Repairing
EFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGI
We repair all makes of can W
specialize on Maxwell, Chalmers a!
Oakland autos. t
GEO. J. WILLIAIISJ
Formerly Carroll Motor Compal
Garage, Osceola St.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
BUILDER
Careinl estimates made on all
tract Tork. Gives more and
work fr the money than any oil
contra dor in the city.
SAM R. PYLES & CO
1
Funeral Directors & Embalm
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOF.
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for $t
People Only. l
I Phones 555 and 225. Open AH Wfif
OCALA. FLORIDA
Have your old mirrors re-si!i
We do it promptly and at reason
pr.ces. All work guaranteed. Oc
Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yor
proprietor. Phone 504.

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