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This morning, 51.
This, afternoon, 55.
Name of Eugene Debs, However, is
Not on Wilson's Len Leniency
iency Leniency List
Washington, Dec. 24. White House
officials today were unable to say
whether the president would grant
Christmas pardons, but said he would
not pardon Eugene V. Debs, who is
serving ten years in the Atlanta pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary for violation of the espion. espion.-age
age espion.-age act.
Friends of the fc contracting parties
will learn with much interest of the
marriage last night at the Methodist
parsonage of Mr. Gordon Robert
Thompson and Miss Martha Whaley
of this city. Rev. White officiating.
The wedding was witnessed by a
few friends and relatives, and after
receiving the congratulations and best
wishes of their-friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson motored south. After a few
days they will return to the city and
go to housekeeping in apartments on
South Lime street.
Mrs. Thompson is the daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. John Whaley, who re reside
side reside on West Broadway and has lived
in Ocala and vicinity her entire life,
and by her attractive manner and
sweet disposition has made a wide
circle of friends.
Mr. Gordon has been a resident of
Ocala for over ten years and is a
very deserving and enterprising young
man: who has the respect of his fel fellow
low fellow workers and rfiends.
Best wishes are extended to Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson for a happy and pros pros-perouse
perouse pros-perouse married life.
ANOTHER FINE DISPLAY
MacKay's skillful men have made a
fine 'picture gallery of the display
windows in front of their big, double double-barreled
barreled double-barreled store. They have four big
windows; the first is filled with sil silverware
verware silverware and electrical godds, most
tempting to the housekeeper's eye.
The second is given to hunting goods,
and a look at it makes a man want to
get right in the woods and fields, with
a gun in his hand and dog in front
of him. Santa Claus stopped by the
thoird window and left about a sleigh-
load of children's toys. And the fourth
is a cozy corner, With comfy chairs
and other furniture of a high-class
littingroom, restful even to look at.
If you raise your eyes you can look
back thru a storefull of the best fur furniture,
niture, furniture, for as we all know MacKay's
have only the best in that line.
Mrs. F. M. Parrish and little son,
Frank Jr., are here from Jacksonville
to spend Christmas with Mrs. Par-
rish's mother, Mrs. Mary Williams.
In Judge Smith's office yesterday,
the judge officiating, Miss Rosalie
Anderson was married to Mr. William
D. Mixon. The vouncr people will
make their home near Geiger.
Mr. Alex Woods, formerly a printer,
now a successful farmer near Web Webster,
ster, Webster, and his wife and baby, are in the
city, guests of Mr. Woods' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Woods.
Mrs. Clara Moore Pyles and sister,
Mrs. E. C. Staley and children, have
arrived in the city to spend Christmas
with their parents and grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moore.
Little Miss Beatrice Holmes, who
attends school in Gainesville, is in the
city to spend her Christmas vacation
with her grandmother and brother,
Mrs. William Sinclair and Sinclair
. Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin has been spend
ing several days in the city, the guest
of her sister, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood
en route to her home at Tampa, after
a visit to relatives in Jacksonville and
Mr." Percy H. Perkins has with
drawn from the Pyles & Perkins Com
pany, funeral directors and embalm
ers. The firm will in the future be
known as Sam R. Pyles & Co. It was
rumored recently that this firm in
tended to sell out and retire. Mr
Pyles stated that there was no foun
dation for such a report and that not
only will the new firm continue in the
same business, but improvements wil
shortly be added to the present facili
ties. Assisting Mr. Pyles in the bus
iness is Mr. R. R. Lanell, a college
graduate in embalming.
ILL BE VETOED
President Evidently Thinks the War
Finance Corporation is No I
Longer Useful i
(Associated Press) I
Washington, Dec. 24. Veto of thej
joint resolution for reviving the war
f.r.ance corporation is expected by
Wnite House officials. Secretary Hous-
ton, who is now considering the meas-
ure, is. expected to recommend a veto.
CHRISTMAS WISHES FROM
THE BOARD OF TRADE
For the third time in two years the!
Board of Trade failed to get a quorum
last night. The Christmas holidays
have the attention of all. On the two
previous occasions when there was no
quorum other matter sof a public na-
The officers of the Board of Trade
wish all a very Merry Christmas.
This Christmas finds Florida one of
the most prosperous states in the!
Union and Marion county and Ocala I
iharing in this prosperity. The future
appears exceedingly bright in spite of
iibnormal conditions now obtaining.
GOING TO BE VERY GOOD
Says Clara Smith, but an Acquittal!
Will Soon Change Her
Big Springs, Texas, Dec. 24. (By
Associated Press). Consecration of
her future energies "to atoning to her
amily for the sorrow she has brought
it" and determined never again "to
waste an hour of her life," were vowed I
by Miss Clara Smith en route to Ard-
more, Okla., to answef the charge of
murder in connection with the killing I
f Jake L. Haraon.
WILL PLEAD NOT GUILTY
Ardmore, Okla., Dec. 24. Clara
Smith will plead not guilty to the
charge of murder of Jake L. Hamon,
counsel for Miss Smith announced.
CHAPTER No. 13, R. A. M.
Regular meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 13, R A. M., will be held at the
Masonic hall Friday, Dec. 24th, at
7:30 p.m. Election; of officers for the
ensuing year. All Royal Arch Masons
are urged to be present. Will adjourn
in time to get home to see Santa
Claus. H. S. Wesson, E. H. P.
B. L. Adams. Acting Secretary. 3t
Mr. Bernard Koonce is home for the
Judge Smith yesterday, in his of of-ice,
ice, of-ice, joined in wedlock Mr. William H.
Home and Miss Ora Lee Green, both
of this city.
Full line of smokers' articles, pipes,
tobacco, cigars, etc. Tydings & Co.,
opp. Harrington Hall hotel. tf
Mr. R. G. Sumner will spend durst-
mas with his relatives at St. Peters
When you know it's BUTTERNUT
bread you know it's the best. Made
only at Carter's Bakery. 21-4t
Federal Bread is the kind to ask
for if youyant the best. Your grocer
will furnish it.
Mr. Robert Sales is in town to
pend Christmas with his wife and
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per buskeLl
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Your holiday is not complete with-
cut a pan of our savory cinnamon
bans. Federal Bakery. 21-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Futch and
son left Thursday afternoon for St.
Petersburg to spend Christmas as the
cuests of the former's brother, Dr.
Hugh;Futch and family.
Please call at The Book Shop at
once for your Christmas packages as
we will be closed tomorrow. THE
EOOK SHOP. It
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Goin of Eustis
re in the city to spend Christmas as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jeffords.
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FOUND Suitcase. For information
apply to Mrs. E. A. Crumpton,
Route B. Ocala. 24-3t
cv Jen uny
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,
Impossible for the Soldier Poet to
Any Further Arouse
London, Dec. 24. Starvation is ex-
pected soon and a "state of war" be-
tween Fiume and Italy. A barrage of
proclamations have been hurled into
the rival camps. The population of
Fiume is deserting D'Annunzio.
COLBY GUEST OF
Rio Janeiro, Dec. 24. Secretary of
State Colby was a guest at luncheon
at Guarabara Palace. The luncheon
(was attended by high officials.
EAT YOUR CHRISTMAS
DINNER AT THE
The following menu will be served
at the American Cafe (at union depot)
tomorrow, Christmas day:
Stuffed Roast Native Turney
With Cranberry Jelly
Chicken Pot Pie
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
Green Peas Candied Yams
Corn Bread Sugar Corn
Lobster Salad en Mayonnaise
Nuts Candies Fruits
Coffee Tea Milk :
Hon. L. M. Rhodes will address the
public at the Keypond schoolhouse at
iLynne Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock.
Everyone invited. H. L. Shearer.
DECEMBER 24. 1920
SPAM SEEMS TO
HAVE THE SHEKELS
Only Country that is Now Able to Do
a Cash Business with
Washington, Dec. 24 Trade oppor
tunities with Spain are pointed out
by the commerce department's report
made public today. The report states
Spain is the only country able to pay
cash for American goods. Cotton
composes about half the entire ex exports
ports exports from the United States.
SILVER SPRINGS IN
THE N. Y. TRIBUNE
A mighty good advertisement of
Silver Springs is a handsome picture
of it in the graphic section of last
Sunday's New York Tribune. It is
on a page made up of illustrations of
the leading Florida resorts and shows
up well. A picture like that in such
a paper as the Tribune is really ef effective
fective effective advertising.
A limited supply of galax leaves at
the Book Shop.
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
Maple is the flavor of our quality
ice cream for Christmas. It is delic
ious. Special Sundaes for Christmas,
Dusty Road. Golden Moon and others
Fhone 580. It
At this season our thoughts revert
gratefully to those whose courtesy co cooperation
operation cooperation and loyalty have assisted in
the progress of
We wish you heartily a
OF AMERICA i
OFF III HAITI
President Wilson Announces that the
Time is Near to Withdraw
from the Island
Washington, Dec. 24. A proclama
tion announcing that the government
of the United States believes the time
has arrived when it may inaugurate
simple processes of its rapid with
drawal from the responsibilities it as
sumed in connection with Dominican
affairs has been issued at San Do
mingo by direction of President Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. This presages the withdrawal of
American control over offairs in the
West Indian republic, begining four
Judging by the looks of the piece
of road that the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners are experimenting with, out on
Orange avenue, the method of com compressing
pressing compressing sand into oil is going to be
of great use. The plan is to lay a
coat of oil and then drive a coat of
sand into it with the road roller, then
another coat of oil and another
layer of sand, all crushed together
with the roller, until it is like a long,
thick, rather springy rug. It looks
like it's going to be a success. The
commissioners have bought uptodate
machinery, which will enable them to
economize greatly on man-power, and
its' our opinion 1921 is going to be an
era of road improvement in this
1919 Maxwell truck, Al shape, reas reasonable
onable reasonable and terms if desired. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 24-tf
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Partly cloudy and colder
tonight, probably frost
in northern and central
portion; Saturday fair.
WISH I COULD BE
WITH THE DOYS
American Army on the Rhine, Will
Have Plenty of Turkey, Pud Pudding
ding Pudding and Wine
Coblenz, Dec. 24. An old fashion fashioned
ed fashioned Christmas dinner with light wines
will be served to the Americans sol soldiers
diers soldiers on the Rhine tomorrow.
CHRISTMAS-TIDE AT v
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Tonight at 11 o'clock there will be
choral celebration of the holy com communion,
munion, communion, wrhen the following program
will be rendered:
Adeste, Hark the Herald.
Monk's communion service.
While Shepherds Watch.
Offertory, Little Town of Bethle Bethlehem.
hem. Bethlehem. Nunc demittis.
Once in Royal David's City.
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear.
Christmas Day Service at 10 a. m.
Sunday at 11 a. m. the Christmas
cammunion with sermon, special mus music
ic music and presentation of the Christmas
Sunday, 7:30 p. m., carol service,
when the following program will be
Double processional, Adeste fidelis,
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing.
Versicles and psalter.
The Gloria Patri.
Carol, While Shepherds Watch their
Flocks. (Old tune).
Bass solo, O Little Town of Bethle
Three ancient carols, words and
Good King Winceslaus.
We Three Kings of Orient Are.
The Neighbors of Bethlehem.
Bass solo, Nazareth.
Carol, They Came Up On the Mid Midnight
night Midnight Clear.
The Birthday of a King (bass solo)
Carol, Silent Night.
Recessional, Once in Royal David's
The congregation is invited to join
in the singing of the carols.
CARE NEEDED ABOUT
THE FIRE CRACKERS
All boys like to shoot off firecrack
ers at Christmas or on the fourth of
July, and this writer hasn't forgotten
the days when the pop of a fire firecracker
cracker firecracker was among the sweetest of
sounds. A boy has to use discrimi
nation, however, in shooting fire
crackers in a town, or he will cause
other people loss or involve himself
in trouble. Some of the boys in
Ocala have been careless or even mis
chievous in choosing a place to throw
ci ackers, have annoyed citizens and
put property in danger. This should
be stopped the boys should have
enough sense of good citizenship to
stop it themselves, and if they or
their parents won't or can't stop it,
the police should try. We think the
ordinance should be changed and boys
allowed to shoot their firecrackers on
the public square, and the wide, paved
business streets. 1 The present ordi ordinance
nance ordinance drives the boys into the back
streets or vacant lots, where there is
often inflammable material. When
th existing ordinance Was passed,
the square and principal streets were
constantly traversed by vehicles
drawn by horses, which were fright
ened and often ran away when they
heard a cracker explode. Now, it is
seldom that a horse passes. We are
sorry to add that the trouble in this
respect and some others is increased
by several boys who are rather more
than mischievious. If the police will
look them up and give their fathers
the choice between administering
strap oil to their boys or paying fines
for them, we are sure the trouble will
Frogs at Waterman's. Did you ever
hear of a haberdasher having educat
ed frogs? They are for the boys.
Come and get yours before they go.
Free as long as they last. 'Waterman,
The Haberdasher. 21-4t
Mr. Bert Leigh Acker, after a visit
to his charming wife and pretty baby
daughter, at the home of Mr.' and Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, left yesterday, to join
his company at Wilmington, N. C,
where they will play tomorrow night.
DCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920
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Tomorrow is Christmas the sev seventh
enth seventh of a series of extraordinary
That of 1914 was one of apprehen apprehensionour
sionour apprehensionour world of tranquility and
order 1 had gone to pieces the blaze
of the great conflagration mounted so
high that we, 3000 miles away, could
not only see its lurid light, but feel
its baleful heat and dread its fearful
That of 1915 was to the many one
of false security and selfish prosper prosperityto
ityto prosperityto the thoughtful few of worry,
.for we knew where we were drifting,
and knew we were drifting unprepar unprepared.
ed. unprepared. That of 1916 was of hope and fear
to the mob a cowardly hope to con continue
tinue continue rolling in safety and wealth, a
selfish fear that it would be com compelled
pelled compelled to do its duty, to lose profits
and have its skin fractured but the
i soul of i the patriot was uplifted as he
saw America was awakening to a
light that was driving away the fogs
of fear and greed.
That of 1917 was of exaltation, of
love of country, of defiance to evil, of
courage, of great work with willing
hands, of self-sacrifice, of soul knit knit-ting
ting knit-ting to soul as we rubbed shoulders
in our mighty task and rejoiced in our
- rapidly increasing strength and the
great victory we knew we should win.
That of 1918 was of triumph we
had won -with a swiftness and ; ease
that surprised the stay-at-homes, tho'
to those who fought and worked in
1 the mire in which were trampled the
- lilies of France the days had been
long and the task mighty we had not
had time to count the cost we only
knew that with one heave of our na nation's
tion's nation's mighty strength the foe had
- teen hurled from his throne, that
America had proved itself a peer
among the nations, and that our vic victorious
torious victorious sons were coming home.
That of 1919 was one of extrav extrav-r
r extrav-r gance our victory had gone to our
- heads, we had money to burn and
we knew if we didn't burn it soon
some one else would burn it for us.
We had forgotten the yesterday; we
took no thought for the morrow; we
had dethroned Christ and exalted
Sardanapalus; we sat at the feast
with Belshazzar and recked not of the
hand we knew was certain, sooner or
later, to write on the wall.
This will be a Christmas of realiza
tion we have footed up the bill and
discovered how much is the least we
; must pay.- We are glad for a day in
- which the joy of children may be un un-confined
confined un-confined and the older folk may com comae!
ae! comae! themselves to forget to worry,
e can be thankful, altho' we have
found that our worst foes live beneath
' eur flag, that we have so much that
Is good and wholesome left, and if we
do our duty by ourselves we will con continue
tinue continue to hold aloft the Light of the
World and of Liberty be the greatest
On America more than any other
- nation depends what the world's next
Christmas will be.
Many residents of Ocala are kept
in constant worry by boys shooting at
the squirrels which are numerous in
the city. The shooting has been so
persistent lately that many neonle are
afraid to. let their children go out of
doors,-lest ore be hurt, and even thv
older people stand a chance of being
hit. It is against the city ordinance
to shoot the squirrels: it is also un-
nwiui to snooc wun a eun. air nne
or even slingshot in the city limits
The police should stop this practice
before someone is badly hurt. The
Star, however, sympathizes with boys
who -want to shoot, and suggests that
get range with targets on a stout,
closely-set, board fence, where they
can practice shooting, with no danger
to others and without breaking the
DRAWS NATIONAL DERISION
If Gov. Catts was a normal person,
the flood of derinion he has drawn oil
himself by his threatening letter to
Joe Earman would make him sick. As
it is, we presume- it has the same ef effect
fect effect that a stout, pointed stick has
when it is rubbed vigorously along
the hide of a razorback.
We clip the following from the New!
York Herald of recent date:
One of Captain Eugene A. Mer
rill's aids in the enforcement of prohi
bition among the residents of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn became vexed at the office discip discipline
line discipline last week and asserted that if he
could get Captain Merrill in a room
with nobody else present he would
soon know who was the better man.
Captain Merrill heard of his subor subordinate's
dinate's subordinate's ambition, accepted the chal challenge
lenge challenge and administered to him a bare
fist beating which, it i3 asserted,
would have created the wildest en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm in any gathering of pro professional
fessional professional pugilists.
Having established his supremacy,
the captain had his dissatisfied as assistant
sistant assistant transferred to another district,
where, when his blue eyes have at attained
tained attained normalcy, that public officer
will resume the performance of his
Happily, this kind of man to man
settlement of disputes is not often
necessary, though many a plagued
executive has wished he might man manhandle
handle manhandle an obstinate or stubborn as assistant.
sistant. assistant. Fisticuffs in public offices are
not wholly, perhaps not at all, ad admirable.
mirable. admirable. But Captain Merrill's re
sort to the manly art certainly does
not fall into the category in which
the program of personal vengeance
announced by Governor Sidney J.
Catts of Florida belongs.
Governor Catts was a Baptist min
ister, but resigned from his' clerical
office several years ago. Recently he
has been embroiled in a row with Joe
L. Earman, president of the Florida
state board of health and publisher
cf the Palm Beach Post. This dis
pute resulted in the preparation and
issue by Governor Catts of a strange
open letter, in which he declared he
would descend on Mr. Earman for a
"nnai settlement," because ne was
tired of Mr. Earman's "tyranny, arro
eance and big stick bossing," and
made this specific threat:
"I am not going to let you rule and
boss me at your whim and pleasure.
"I am a man and stand m a man s
place and I do not run away from any
West Palm Beachers when they hang
me in effigy as you did when they
"If you publish one more page in
your paper like this last one or bother
me or my business or my children any
more I will go to West Palm Beach
Florida, with my double barrel shot
gun loaded with buckshot and have a
final settlement with you."
When an ex-minister who has been
chosen governor of one of the 'forty 'forty-eight
eight 'forty-eight states writes in this way stran
gers must assume that he means busi business
ness business and that a lamentable situation
may arise in Florida's domestic af affairs.
fairs. affairs. A double barrelled shotgun is
a mean weapon to pull on a president
of the state board of health. It
would be far better to have the quar
rel decided in the philosophic, manner
chosen by Captain Merrill.
Undoubtedly Mr. Rickard. the emi eminent
nent eminent producer of squared circle enter entertainments,
tainments, entertainments, would welcome Governor
Catts and President- Earman to New
York and extend "the hospitality of
Madison Square Garden to them. If
Dempsey and Brennan drew a gate
of $200,000, what would the Florida
BABSON'S BELIEVES BUSINESS
WILL SOON BE BETTER
"Babson's Reports," a publication
held in very high esteem by business
men in particular, men at the head
of big enterprises in its review ot
business conditions throughout Hhe
country for the month of December,
"The readjustment has pretty wet
Raising the Family ot
I 7 1 1 I 1 1
Jl f e If. V (ffpasftHertoofe 55t understand Jtf!
covered the country. According to
our forecasts of long ago, California,
Florida, Maine and the oil sections
still stand out as the largest areas of
relative prosperity. Even in these re regions,
gions, regions, however, there are signs of ap approaching
proaching approaching deflation. A wave of de depression
pression depression has crossed the country. The
next wave will eventually come to con consider
sider consider which localities offer the best
prospects for early improvement.
This, of course, is a big and compli complicated
cated complicated subject. In a general way, it
may be said that the wave of improv improving
ing improving business, when it "finally comes,
will follow the same path that is now
being traced out by receding busi
SOUND AND FURY
The following from the Louisville,
Ky., Times is a specimen of the ad advertising
vertising advertising Catts has been procuring
or Florida for four years:
The average Floridian, observing in
the Times-Union or the Tampa Tri
bune that the Reverend Sidney J.
Catts is on the loose again will yawn
and turn to more interesting reading.
The serious-minded resident of the
arboreal peninsula will scowl at the
thought that Florida's governor is
giving her some more bad advertis-
mg. tsacK amia tne palmetto ana at
the edge of the mangrove sawmp,
the cracker, when he gets around to
hearing about it will smack his lips
with approbation of Catts, kick three
lean hounds and a rattlesnake to one
side and aim a stream of terbacker
at the distant bayou.
Beyond these manifestations, there
is no possible importance to the fact
that the Reverend Governor Sidney
has norated it around that he pro proposes
poses proposes to take down his trusty shotgun
and punctuate therewith the hide,
gizzard and vitals of a newspaper
publisher of West Palm Beach. Thv
publisher is connected with the state
board of health, which is an omen of
good luck for him, but he really
doesn't need it. The Reverend Gov
ernor Sidney will probably never fire
the shotgun at him, and if he does,
will take care that the cartridges are
For Governor Catts is the final in
office of a trio of precious Southern
blusterers, of whom the other two are
Cole Blease of South Carolina, and
James K. Vardaman of Mississippi.
He was recently defeated for United
States senator, as were Blease and
Vardaman. Senator Fletcher took
Catts' small measure after with-
standing a campaign of as flagrant
demagogy as any community has ever
known. As intelligence and progress
wax in Florida, so the political possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of Catts diminish.
A last expiring headline, a hollow
threat about shotgun and blood on the
moon, and the Reverend Sidney van vanishes
ishes vanishes it is hoped forever into the
umbrageous twilight of the Ever Ever-g'ades
g'ades Ever-g'ades and the Cimmerian night of the
palmetto. Above his unwept political
grave the wind in the pines will chant
glad anthems and the sapphire gulf
will ripple contentedly upon the argent
Not personally-acquainted with
brother J. H. Benjamin, the able edi editor
tor editor of the Ocala Star, but we like that
man, just from reading his para
graphs. We even like for him to
"jump on us," so to speak, 'cause we
learn something and the "sting" is
left out. Brother Benjamin has that
remarkable gift. He can "call you"
and not make you angry. Clearwater
Thanks, brother, for your kind
words; we are almost afraid;to meet
you lest we lose your favorable opin opinion.
ion. opinion. Another damlie: Once upon a time
there was an office boy who. didn't
know how to whistle. St. Augustine
Of course it's a lamb dye since
that compulsory education law there
isn't airy such animal as an office boy.
The people accused of the murder
of F. D. Shephard, the Georgia "peach
king," on trial at Macon, were acquit acquitted.
ted. acquitted. Looks to the Star like a Scotch
verdict would have -fitted their case.
Complete line of school supplies al always
ways always on hand at Tydings & Co. tf
court n was an perfectly piaini
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
We will be closed Christmas day.
22-3t Farmers Exchange Store.
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
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phones 305 and 431
C. V. Roberta, Manager
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar-
! i eastern stanaara Time)
! SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
: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.
12:12 pm Jacksonyille-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 cm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilccx
7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Ocala Aiito and Garage Company
Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as represented
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
Cars Washed 51.00
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Crane's stationery in boxes or by
ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND
SUGAR, per lb 10c
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
Nine pounds for ..$1.00
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for $1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for 25c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma. Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello per package 15c
Cream Powder, two for 25c
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Peas for $1.00
Three cans No. 2 siie Premier
Corn for 85c
Reddick Peanut Butter lb. .30c
Four-lb. Buckets $1.20
Eight-lb. Buckets $2.30
All other Groceries as Low as Good Qualify
and Foil Weight will allow.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
() Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices, 33-34 Bolder Bldg.
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the pound. Tydings & So., opposite
Argo Starch three for 25c
Pure lard in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon in pieces, 2 to
3 lbs., per lb 37Hc
White Bacon, per lb ...21c
By the side 2Sc
Lard Compound per lb. . .16c
Maxwell House Coffee lb... 42c
Klim, 1-lb. size 95c
Klim, 2-lb size ...$1.90
Klim, 5-lb. size $3.50
Meal and Grits, 6 lbs..... 25c
Fresh eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are guaranteed.
Henry Clay Flour.
Pillsbury and Gold Medal
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.
Phone No. 513
Cars Polished Cl.CD
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Harrington Hall hotel.
the authorities set them aside a tar-
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920
CHRISTMAS TREE PARTY
Who Said That
I II COST OF
You hard realize it, but the price of staple
groceries is getting back to normal very 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.
$ .30 Lard Compound $ .15
.35 White Bacon .22
.70 Kingan's Sliced Bacon .53
125 No. 4 Snowdrift Lard .83
2.50 No. 8 Snowdrift Lard 1.60
.60 No. V2 Crisco.. .35
1.25 ... No. 3Crisco . 70
.08 Meal M
.08 Grits .04
.20 Best Rice P ... .10
.30 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
CASH AND CARRY
One East and One West City Square
Shop at the One Nearest ou
Tirs Prices IRcducsci
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, flOA AA
old price $23 80, now tfav.UU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, &4 r A A
old price $17.60, now tfleMJU
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
Our Repair Department in charge of all-round
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
s West Broadway
WHITE 'STSiR LOW
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
At the invitation of Mrs. Clarence
Camp and her daughters, Misses Stel Stella
la Stella Nina, Nettie and Carita Camp,
about thirty girl and lady friends as assembled
sembled assembled at the Camp home shortly
after five o'clock yesterday afternoon
especially to make the acquaintance
of Miss Nina Camp's guest and college
mate, Miss Dorothy Stevens of May May-field,
field, May-field, Ky., and greet the other hon-
orees, two of Ocala's most popular
college girls, Misses Agnes Burford
and Elizabeth Hocker, who are at
heme for the holidays, and Mrs. Les Leslie
lie Leslie Anderson of Mayfield, Ky.
After the arrival of the guests, the
first hour was spent chatting and
greeting the college girls and their
visitors and there prevailed a pleasant
atmosphere of informality which is al always
ways always found in the Camp home.
When everybody had spoken to
everybody else, the guests were invit invited
ed invited into the dining room by Mrs.
Camp. The room was tastefully dec decorated
orated decorated with the Christmas color motif.
Eight card tables were arranged
around the dining table and the
gtesta were asked to seat themselves,
four to a table. Each table was cen centered
tered centered with a miniature Santa Claus
or Christmas tree. Cardboard Christ Christmas
mas Christmas baskets with appropriate verses
and filled with nuts formed another
decoration for the tables, as the
guests enjoyed the following menu:
Celery bisque boullion, toasted bread
filled with creamed chicken and mush mushrooms,
rooms, mushrooms, asparagus and celery, fruit
salad and crackers, ice cream, cake,
nuts and candy. After each course
two guests from each table progressed
to the next table, which gave an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of more mingling among
After dinner dancing was indulged
in for a shore time, the guests depart departing
ing departing shortly, most of them going to
the Temple theater to witness "The
Bird of Paradise."
The following were those present
at this delightful dinner: Misses
Agnes Burford, Elizabeth Hocker,
Dorothy Stevens, Elizabeth and Meme
Davis, Sue Moore, Mabel Meffert,
Marian Dewey, Callie Gissendaner,
Eloise and Catherine Henry aad the
latter'a visitor. Miss Alice Leeper,
Blair Woodrow, Ava Lee and Margue Marguerite
rite Marguerite Edwards, Nellie Bain, Onie Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, Mary Burford, Alice Bullock, Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Gissendaner and Lois Livingston,
Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Mrs. Charles
Lloyd, Mrs. Clifton Camp, Mrs. Leta
C. Bennett. Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Martin and Mrs. J. H. Hydride
One of the moat elaborate Christ Christmas
mas Christmas entertainments that has been
given this year took place last 'eve 'evening
ning 'evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
W. Tompkins, when the latter enter entertained
tained entertained in honor of her Sunday school
There were twelve girls present to
enjoy the entertaining program that
their hostess had planned. After the
rendition of the program, consisting
of Christmas carols, anthems, recita recitations
tions recitations and readings, the guests were
invited into tne room wnere stooa a
beautifully decorated Christmas tree,
upon which had been placed three and
four gifts for each guest. At the ap appointed
pointed appointed time old Santa Claus arrived
and presented each one with their re remembrances.
membrances. remembrances. This proved great ex excitement.
citement. excitement. Later in the evening, the pupils of
Mrs. Tompkins' class, with her as assistance,
sistance, assistance, packed two large baskets
with fruit, etc., which they themselves
donated for the poor. Then Mrs.
Tompkins, assisted by her daughter,
Miss Irene Tompkins, served a sweet
course, which was followed by a
Just before departing time the class
presented their teacher, who they are
so fond of, with an exquisite silver
teapot, and then this merry evening
came to an end. It was an occasion
which will linger long in the minds
of those present as one of the most
enjoyable occasion of their lives.
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ETCrywr.eTe by fumifure dealers
ana department stores
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Lake Weir, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Maples of Connecticut, bought a
small building and two lots from Mr.
J. Gf. Spurlin and will add several
rooms to the building and make a
comfortable little cottage for the win
ter months they are here.
Mrs. K. H. Clements has sold her
home on the lake and is now pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly located in her cottage at Lake
Weir, in addition to a room at the
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Bradford and
two children of Nashville, Tenn., are
spending some weeks at their cottage
ori the lake shore before going to Mi Miami
ami Miami for the balance of the season.
There will be a community Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree at the Baptist church Fri Friday
day Friday night The school children under
the efficient leadership of Prof. De De-lonia
lonia De-lonia and Mrs. Briggs will have a
short program at 7 o'clock by the
children in the community.
The Busy Bee Club, consisting o
Mrs. Kate Clements' Sunday school
class, will give an entertainment for
lights for the church at the Oklawaha
school house on Friday night, Dec. 31.
There will be songs and readings, fol
lowed by a play "How the Story
Grows." by eight young ladies. The
music will be under the direction of
Mr. Woodward Yongue, who we all
know will put fourth his best efforts
on this occasion. Last but not least,
we anticipate some selections on the
piano and violin by Misses Mary and
Miriam Connor, who will be spending
a fe wdays on the lake at that time.
The entertainment will be followed by
an old-fashioned "pie" supper. The
pies will be large, juicy and thick, as
our grandmothers made. Hot coffee
and cheese will be served with the
Miss Louisa Volkman of Torring-
ton, Conn., arrived a few days ago to
spend the winter at ther cottage and
orange grove on the lake, where she
is always enthusiastically welcomed
by her large circle of friends.
Mr. R. L. Martin has made a new
map of the lake since the route of the
Dixie highway was determined upon.
The streets have been widened and
i.ew ones opened up.
Rev. J. C. Boatwright of Anthony,
held services at the Baptist church
Sunday morning and night. He also
organized a B. Y. P. U., which prom promises
ises promises to be a success under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Mrs. Maggie Davis, who has
j the confidence and love of old and
young in church circles.
AT ST. PHILLIP'S
Mass will be offered at 7:30 a. m.
and 11 a. m. Benediction at 7:30 p.
m. on Christmas day. On Sunday
mass will be offered up at 8 a. m.
Ivory and PY-RA-LIN toilet sets;
also single pieces. Tydings & Co. tf
Anthony, Dec. 22. Miss Julia
Meadows who has been attending Cox
College, Atlanta, Ga., also Mr. A. P.
Meadows of the G. M. A., Atlanta, ar arrived
rived arrived last week and will spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Meadows.
Mr. J. M. Hillman, while on a fish fishing
ing fishing trip ran a large pine splinter thru
his hand, which is slowly improving.
Miss Mattie Lee Padgett left Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Newberry, S. C, where she
will spend Christmas with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lamb and chil children
dren children of Tavares, have been guests of
Mrs. Richard Ellison and Mrs. Floyd
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Yonge of Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, arrived Tuesday and will be
the Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Baskin and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Miss Ruby Newman of Lake City,
returned home Monday after a pleas
ant visit of several Veeks at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. B. K. Padgett.
Miss Carrie Forbes returned Sun
day from a short visit to relatives in
Miss Josie Parrish of Citra, spent
the week-end as the guest of Miss
Mrs. W. N. Fielding spent several
days last week visiting in Gainesville
The Misses Harwell have purchas purchased
ed purchased a new Ford car.
Mrs. M. R. Gill and daughter, Ruth
have sold their home, which was for formerly
merly formerly the Robinson place, to Mr.
Burns and Mr. Denton, formerly of
New York. Mrs. Gill and daughter
have returned to Jacksonville. Mr.
Burns, Mr. Denton and families have
Mrs. B. K. Padgett made a flying
visit to Jacksonville last week.
Misses Pearl and Mary Forbes and
Miss Lillie Milligan, who have been
teaching the Yulee school, and Miss
Hattie Milligan, teaching at Eastport,
ai rived Saturday to spend the holi
days with their parents.
Miss Cora Griffin, who is teaching
in Clearwater, also Miss Carolyn Pas
ter, teacher of the Lake Weir school,
are home for Christmas.
The community tree and Christmas
eexreises will be at the club house
Friday evening. Every one invited
Mr. Y. D. Eirwin and little son, also
Miss Esther Eirwin of Ocaia, were
visitors of Miss Maude Weldon and
Miss Beulah Morrison Sunday eve
Mr. Ward Griffin and family have
moved to his farm west of Anthony.
Mr. F. W. Bishop is having his home
painted and other improvements are
Dr. J. G. Baskin and family of Dun-
nellon spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Meadows.
Mrs. W. H. Martin and daughter,
Louise are visiting relatives in Jack
Mrs. H. O. Haymaker and children
are quite sick from eating hoghead
cheese, which poisoned them.
Chafing Dishes, Electric
Grills, Flashlights, Elec Electric
tric Electric Heaters, Electric
Irons, Electric Percola Percolators,
tors, Percolators, Boudoir p Lamps,
Table Lamps, Floor
Lamps, Sewing Mach Machines,
ines, Machines, Sewing Machine
Come see them
M. W. TUCMEM
TT7E EXTEND best wishes for
a Merry Christmas to our
patrons and friends.
WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY XMAS.
Dr. Charles Wateon Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building,. Ocala,
Fia. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
The Quality Fruit Store
Cape Cod Cranberries, Large Celery, the
fampus Skookum Apples, Jonathan, Winter
Banana and delicious. Eastern barrel Apples,
Pure Gold Wine Sap ana York Imperial.
Bananas, Emperor Keg Grapes, Pine Pineapples,
apples, Pineapples, Lemons, Oranges, Grapefruit, Tanger Tangerines,
ines, Tangerines, Kumquats, Imported Figs, California
Figs, London Layer Raisins, South America
Walnut, California Budded Walnuts, Almonds,
Cocoanuts, five sizes paper shell Pecans, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas packages of Tobacco, Cigarettes,, and
Green Beans :
i i In i i "dim ill
, W. A. STROUD cotstHSoduL
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THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a ront yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room aervice i
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
OCALA EVENING STAB, ntlDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1920"
For Christmas Shoppers we have:
" Fancy Cluster Raisins
Dromedary Dates Figs Sun Maid Raisins
Blue Ribbon Peaches Brazil Nuts
Walnuts Mixed Nuts Pecans
Christmas Candies Plum Pudding
Fruit Cakes Olives Pickles Jams
Cranberry Sauce Jellies Cherries
Apples Oranges Tangerines
Popping Corn Cranberries
Celery Green Onions Lettuce
And Other Goodies
This store will be closed all day Christmas.
Persistent rumor is that in the transfer of Mr. Mclver's interest in the
firm of Mclver & MacKay to myself, that the Undertaking and Embalming
Department was reserved by Mr. Mclver and later that Mr. Roberts and
Mr. Spencer leaving us, that we are going out of the business and that we
were no longer to handle this line.
In justice and good-will to all concerned I wish to definitely deny all
such false, rumors and reports, and announce to the public that I bought
put my partner's interest in the firm of Mclver & MacKay and with it the
Undertaking Department and that we have been running it for the last
three months. That instead of selling out or going out for any cause
whatsoever that my company intends to go in for the best and most up-to-date
possible business and service methods in Undertaking and Em Embalming
balming Embalming and at the closest possible prices consistent with good service.
To this end we have secured the services of Mr. G. B. Overton, as Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Mr. Overton comes to us with the
very best and highest credentials as a man of over 20 years professional
experience as Funeral Director, a graduate of the Massachusetts College
of Embalming, with a complete and full course in demi-surgery. He was
for 15 years with prominent funeral directors in Virginia, Georgia and
Florida and now holding Georgia and Florida licenses, a native of North
Carolina, member of the Baptist church, also I. O. O. F. and K. of P. The
public can rest assured of pleasing manners and courteous and efficient
services when he is called upon.
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY,
Per George MacKay.
SEND HER A BOX OF OUR DELICIOUS
Martha Washington Candies
Log Cabin Candy
In Bulk and Half, One and Two Pound
Quality Ice Cream
Delivered to Any Part of the City
Phonographs and Records
Pianos and Sheet Music
Terms or Cash
N. U. KINDT MUSIC STORE
tf 306 N. Magnolia St.
If you wish strawberries for your
Christmas dinner, phone me at ence.
W. A. Stroud. Phone 218. 22-2t
Get the habit of reading the adi.
Miss Carrie Barco will spend
Christmas with her relatives at Wild-
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Wre have for you neckwear, gloves,
pure linen handkerchiefs, 50c, 75c.
and $1; socks two for $25, three pairs
for ?l. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 20-5t
Mr. and Mrs. Grider Perkins have
returned home from a pleasant visit
to Jacksonville, having gone there
especially for the Shriner's conven
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
pr.ces. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge,
fruprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf
Miss Edna Sipple left this after
noon for Tampa to spend the holidays
with her parents.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens at
jerig's Drug Store. tf
When you are doing your holiday
shopping look over our line of import imported
ed imported and domestic hair brushes. Tydings
& Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf
Mr. Earl Smith of the University of
Florida, is spending Christmas in the
city with friends.
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
Layer, fruit, chocolate and nut
akes at Carter's Bakery. 2l-4t
Mr. W. M. Martin of Atlanta is
spending Christmas in the city with
his father, Mr. John Martin.
When you buy fish from us they are
aressed ready for cookmer. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market. No.
No. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
Manicure sets, either pearl or Py
r.t-lin handles. Just the thing for her
Christmas gift. Tydings & Co. tf
Miss Ruth Ervin left yesterday for
St. Petersburg to spend Christmas
with her mother, sisters and brother
ORIENTAL and domestic perfume,
toilet water and sachet in sets or sep separate
arate separate at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 9t
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
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blalock and two
children are in Madison for Christmas
week, the guests of the former's par
are pleased to note that the
peo; .. are trading early avoiding tne
lush. Keep it up and trade with H.
A Waterman, The Haberdasher. 20-5t
Mr. Herman Hodges of the Hodges
Motor Company of Gainesville, but
formerly of Ocala, spent the day in
town on business with the Auto Sales
My market will be closed all day
Saturday, so get your orders in early
Friday. Main Street Market. 22-2t
Pound cake, marble cake, citron
cake, cherry cake, sponge cake and
fruit cake at Carter's Bakery. 21-4t;
Mrs. J. H. Therrell is entertaining
as her Christmas guests her sister,
Miss Ada Michael of North Carolina
and friend, Miss Mary Lawrence of
Always ask for FEDERAL bread
and rolls. They are delicious, and
can be had from your grocer. Insist
upon having FEDERAL. 21-6t
Everything good to be found in a
eal bakery is at Carters.- 2-4t
Miss Julia Collins, a student at
Stetson University, has arrived in the
city to spend the Christmas holidays
rt home with her parents. Rev. and
Mrs. C. L. Collins.
We are showing the finest line d
Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im
ported, that we have ever carried
Bought direct and the prices are right.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Ford hunting car for sale. Reason
able. See us. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Ingersoll Watches at Gerig's Drug
Guth's. Liggett's and Nunnally's
Candies, all sizes from half-pound to
ten-pound boxes. Gerig's Drug Store.
Miss Rena Smith left this afternoon
for Inverness to spend Christmas as
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ray Gar-nett.
By waiting you will miss the good
things we have in store for you. Come
early while we have full lines. H. A.
Waterman, the Haberdasher. 20-5t
Waterman is not from Missouri, but
he will show you the best suit, over overcoat
coat overcoat or hat in town at reduced prices.
The Habadasher. 20-5t
Dr. James Chace of Jacksonville has
arrived in the city to spend Christmas
at the home of his son, Dr. J. E.
My market will be closed all day
Saturday, so get your orders in early
Friday. Main Street Market. 22-2t
JAPONICA flowers for sale. Ask
Mrs. Simpson, 4 West Ninth St. 22-6t
Misses Mary and Miriam Connor
will spend their Christmas vacation at
Inverness with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Connor.
My market will be closed all day
Saturday, so get your orders in early
Friday. Main Street Market. 22-2t
For the verv best statinnprv InnV
at our stock of Symphony Lawn.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton are ex
pecting two of their sons with their
families from Tennessee to spend
Christmas with them.
Abruzzi seed rye. $4 per bushel.
Rnst 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
ft Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf
The Auto Sales Company sold three
Dodge cars this week, one to Mr. R.
S. Shortridge of Citra, one to Mr.
Fenley Connor of Gainesville and on?
to Mr. J. Gudenrath of Ocala.
Mrs. James Hicks Hill left for Tam Tampa
pa Tampa this afternoon, where she will be
until the first of February. It is
hoped that she will then return to
Ocala to reside permanently.
Stanley "FERROSTAT" is non non-b
b non-b eakable keeps hot or cold. Quart
ai d two-quart sizes. Tydings & Go. tf
If you want a KODAK, Gerig's
Drug Store is the only store in Ocala
hat sells KODAKS. tf
Mr. J. P. Harder of New Hamp
shire, has arrived in the city to spend
Christmas at the home of his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. George Pasteur, and to make
the acquaintance of his little grand
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
This store will be closed Christmas
day. Be sure to do your shopping and
call for your packages. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. 20-5t
Miss Berni?e Smith, who attends
the Flora McDonald school, at Red
Springs,, N. C, has arrived in the city
to spend the Christmas holidays with
her relative here and at Martel with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith.
A complete line of perfumeries and
toilet accessories. Tydings & Co., op opposite
posite opposite Harrington Hall hotel. tf
Boys' suits, odd pants, shirts and
blouse waists, shoes and overalls at
reduced prices. Before buying see our
lip.es. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 20-5t
The Ocala friends of Dr. and Mrs.
Carney Wilson Mimms of Winston Winston-Salem,
Salem, Winston-Salem, N. C, will be interested to
know that Santa Claus came a few
days ago and brought them the dear dearest
est dearest Christmas gift, a baby boy. who
is receiving a most cordial and hearty
welcome from his fond parents and
proud little brother, McCluer Mimms.
This second son has been named for
his father, Carney Wilson Mimms.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc., at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
Stranger, where did you get your
shoes? Waterman's! He is selling
them close. If you want anything for
the man or boy he has it. 20-5t
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
I Ocala public is invited. 21-t
Worry Takes Off
Flesh Faster Than
Nature Can Put
The lives of most women are
full of worry. Men's troubles are
bad enough, but women's are
worse. Worry makes women sick.
It pulls them down, and in their
weakened condition they are sub subject
ject subject to all the pains, aches, weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses that are peculiar to the sex.
Most women neglect their
health, and for this neglect they
pay the penalty. If a woman asks
her neighbors she finds that Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
benefits a woman's whole system.
Ail druggists. Fluid or tablet form.
Columbus, GA.-Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription did me a
world of good.
I was suffering:
it caused me
to be extremely
back ached and
I had severe
pains in my
side. I was rest restless
less restless and could
not sleep well.
I was greatly in need of help so
decided to try the Favorite Pre Pre-ecription
ecription Pre-ecription and it was just excellent
in restoring me to health. It made
me feel like a different person."
Mes. Vivian Goins, 341 28th St.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, F02
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one'tisav
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
'.LOST Last night between Tempi
theater and Chazal residence, a
string of pearl beads. Reward to
finder by applying to Miss Oaw
Chazal, Ft. King Ave. 24-3t
The members of the elementary de
partment of the Methodist church who
will take part in the singing of Christ
mas carols over town Friday evening
are requested to be at the church at-
six o'clock this evening. Also those
having cars are asked to be present at
the same time. After this rendition
the young folks will return to the
church for further entertainment in
Christmas story telling. A merry
time is .being anticipated and it is
sincerely hoped that a large crowd
will turn out to celebrate this happy
WANTED Young man or woman
clerk to assist with soda fountain
service. Apply to T. W. Troxlec tf
THERO-COLA WOODYARD We art
prepared to furnish oak or pis
wood for either stove or firepiacs
on short notice. We deliver-yosr
money's worth promptly. Gi?e us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
WOOD Oak and pine, cu t to any
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell. Oak,
PARKER Fountain Pen3. They are
guaranteed. Special agent, the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Phone 123. 9t
Properly fitted glasses
will make a bright Xmas.
Ask about mv eift cer
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
A. E. GERIG
ij"S i- IMI u 2-
OUR CHIEF AIM
Has always been to do the very best
repair work possible. If you re In
ned of expert
Make it your chief aim to come to see
us. Our work is guaranteed.
Corner Main and Oklawaha
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court, dated Dec. 3rd. 1920,
wherein W. H. Marsh was plaintiff
and H. A. Kramer defendant, I have
levied upon and will sell to the high highest
est highest and best bidder for cash, in front
of the court house door in the city
of Ocala, on
Monday, the 3rd day of January, 1921,
the following described land in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, to-wit: The swVi
of nwVi and n of nw& of sw4 of
section 11 township 15 south, range
21 east, containing 60 acres more or
less To satisfy said execution and
ccsts. J. P. Galloway,
1-3-fri Sheriff Marion County, Fla.
FARM BARGAIN I am offering for
quick sale a dandy little 30-acro
farm, located in good neighborhood.
Every acre well fenced and in mgh
state of cultivation; 5-roora house,
small barn and smokehouse; nicf
well of good water. Pair of dandy
young mules, wagon and harness;
some farm tools; 30 bushels of cora
and some hay. Price, $1800. Tens
can be arranged. S. S. Savage, Jr,
Ocala, Fla. 18-lCt
FOR SALE 1500 budded : orange (
trees, Pineapple end Parson Brown,
one year old budded on five year old
our roots; from 3 to 5 ft high.
Price, 60c. and 75c. Write me or
see me at H. B. Masters Co. L. E.
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla. 15-la
STENOGRAPHER Experienced, do-
sires work. Can use dictaphoaa.
Will do piece work. Miss S. XL
Patterson, Colonial. 22-t-.
WANTED At once, a white wait
ress. Apply at City Cafe, Sos&
ABB AGE PLANTS Protected frca
frost by overhead irrigation. Char
leston Wakefield, Early Sumir.sr,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special prico la
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow,! Fla. ; tf
FOR SALE Handsome Jersey mala
calf, born November 26. Has lean leaned
ed leaned to drink from bucket. Price $25.
Apply to Louis s Frederitzi,
Weir avenue, Ocala, Fla. 20-t
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seaaca-
or nrepiace; $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third streets.
Phone 112. 15-lm
C. Cecil BpyaittJ
Accounting and Auditing
We repair all makes of ran msA
specialize on Maxwell. Chalmers msA
Oakland autos. J
GEO, J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AOT
CareJnl estimates made on a3 esa
tract ork. Gives more and feftUr
work fir thf
contractor in the city. C
SAM R. PYLES (k CO,
Fnneral Directors & ErnbslcOT
PARLORS OPPOSITE POST0FIIC3
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for
People Only. Only.-Phones
Phones Only.-Phones 555 and 225. Open AM Ifls&i.
LARGE LUE GUI GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
If you are contemplating cut srkss
ware as a holiday gift come in tsd 1
see our line. It's complete. Tydings
" Co., opp. Harrington hotel. if
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