The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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LOCAL NEWS
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PRESS -TIME
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DISPATCHES
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WEATHER FORECAST Generally; fair tonight and Saturday; cooler in extreme north portion.
TEMPERATURES ThU morning, 64; thU afternoon, 72.
VOL; 27
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 1921
NO 2S3
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ENGLISH PREMIER
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According- to the; Feeling Among
V Americans, the Outlook Is
Auspicious

Washington, Dec. 2. (Associated
Fresa). Negotiations over the naval
program, according to feeling in Am American
erican American conference quarters, .is pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding satisfactorily! The four Amer American
ican American delegates meeting today went
over the situation as it stands. A
more definite status i3 said, to be im im-probable
probable im-probable before next week.
REFERRED CHINA'S REQUEST
Washington,: Deaf 2.- (Associated
Press ) .China's request for with
drawal of foreign troops from China j
was referred to a committee headed
by Elihu Root for fuither study at
today fs meeting of the committee on
far eastern and Paciific aaffirs of the
Washington conference.
CLARKE CASE AT ORLANDO
WILL SOON BE CONCLUDED
(Associated Press)
Orlando, Dec. 2--The Clarke-Patterson
case was expected to reach the
jury early this afternoon when argu argu--
- argu-- roent of counsel was resumed this
morning. t
, Judge Andrews was scheduled to
charge the. jury at 2:30 this afternoon
and the case was to go to the twelve
men imediately thereafter.
p. v
ARBUCKLE CASE MAY
END THIS EVENING
(.Associated Press)
San Francisco, Dec. 2. The Ar Ar-buckle
buckle Ar-buckle manslaughter case is expected
to go to the jury some time this after
noon and there is a possibility that-j
the comedian might know the verdict
before bedtime.
BOSTON NATIONALS MAY
TRAIN IN FLORIDA
f Associated Press)
Boston, Dec." 2. -The, Boston Na Nationals
tionals Nationals have four southern cities un under
der under consideration as their prospective
spring training ouarters for 1922,
Manager Mitchell said today. They
are -St. Petersburg! Orlando, Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Macon, Ga. It is expect expected
ed expected a' decision, will be reached next
week.
DATUS FELT DEVELISH
, Manila, P. L, Oct. 25. (Associated
' Press by Mail). Hauling down the
American flag, hoisting the Turkish
flag in its place arid driving out all
Americans and Christian Filipinos
were parts of an alleged plot by cer certain
tain certain Moro datus in Lanao province,
Island of Mindanao, according- to a
; communication received today by the
: director of non-Christian tribes, whose
headquarters are in Manila.
There's no extra charge .for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fjsh Market.
Phone 158. tf
AT

ASH-'SPECIALS

FOR

SATURDAY AFTERNOON MID NIGHT

Loin Steak ... ..... . 25c
Round Steak" i ..... 23c
Rump Roast. .... .20c
Chuck Roast .1 8 c
Brisket Stew.. ..... ..15c
Rib Stew -12i2c

Sausage Meat, 'That Good Kind",20c

UOTHIIIG DELIVERED,
Frest f.!eats sod Groceries

Lloyf George Has Planned to Sail
Dee. l to Attend the Limitation
Of Armaments Conference

(Associated Press)
London, Dec. 2. Prime Minister
Lloyd George has definitely planned
to "leave England I for the United
States December 12th to attend the
Washington armament conference.
AN INVESTIGATION INTO
f TREATMENT OF IRWIN
(Associated Press)
Miami Dec. 2.--Acting ; on- telegra

phic instructions from the British em-There-totiay-) thgjiger Paris

bassy m Washington, A. 11. Hubbardn
British vice consul here, today .began
an investigation into the flogging,
tarring and feathering here last Au August
gust August of Rev. Philip S. Irwin, arch archdeacon
deacon archdeacon of the Protestant 'Episcopal
church, who was engaged in work
among the negroes of .Miami.. Mr.
Hubbard said the inquiry also would
include Investigation of similar treat
ment accorded George Doty, -a negro
blacksmith. Irwin and Doty are Brit British
ish British subjects. Both left the county
fifter their experience with masked
men. :
MASONIC BANQUET
The following menu was served at
the Masonic banquet last night: Oy Oyster
ster Oyster .cocktail, -roasted birds, potato
salad, green peas in timbals, fc orange
ice, cake, and coffee.
The banquet, which was spread on
two long tables, attractively.-decorated
with poinsettias, was prepared and
served by the Eastern Stars.- About
125 Masons, including visitors -from
several lodges in the state, were
present.
During the meeting of the lodge
preceding the -banquet, ;Messrs. Brad Bradford
ford Bradford Webb and Lester Lucas were
presented with past master's jewels.
The presentation was made by Mri C.
A. Tremere of Belleview.
AMOS AND BUFORD
FAIL TO AGREE
West, Palm Beach, Dec. 2. (By the
Associated Press). The women .vot-
ers of Palm Beach county are in a
quandary as to just where they stand
in the matter of poll taxes, those of
Stuart particularly so, because of the
forthcoming municipal election.
Attorney General Buf ord in a re recent
cent recent opinion to a local newspaper said
that the women would not have to pay
their poll tax in' erder to vote in
county and municipal election until
after December 31.. State Comptroller
Amos, on the other hand, declared
the women are required to pay the
tax for 1921 and that, said becomes
due the first Monday in November.- Jn
the meantime there has been no dec declaration
laration declaration of interpretation of the sta statutes
tutes statutes by officials at Stuart and wheth whether
er whether the women will vote is said to be
entirely problematical.
Pi
Mutton Leg ..... ... 30c
Mutton Chops ------- 35c
Mutton Shoulder s :T.15c
Pork Chops i.. 20c
- -
PorkHam -r--18c
Pork Stew..... ,15c
IIOTIilUG CHARGED
CvUairExGi:
Phone' 108

MEE

Police Instructed to Arrest Morse as
Soon as He Landed but Will Per-
mit Him to Return On
the Paris

(Associated Pr
Paris, Dec. 2. The -Havre- police
has been instructed by the secret
service of the French ministry of the
interior to a f rest Charles W. Morse,
the American-ship builder and finan financier,
cier, financier, as sooli as he .lands from the
liner Paris. m.
READY TO RETURN
Havre, Dec. 2. (By, the Associated
Press). Chas. W, More, who arrived
from
New'-orkreclarad his vrrtiiiiyuess"

go back to the UnitedirteTy;:ThrtUKyisit Japanv--mll. also make an ex-

next returning steamer. "I an willing
to .return to America and I have so
wired the United States district at
torney," he feaid.
Morse was permitted to land this
afternoon. The French folice insist insisted,
ed, insisted, however, he must promise to re return,
turn, return, to New York on the- Paris next
Monday.
WASHINGTON'S. WISH
Washington, Dec. 2. (Associated
Press). Provisional detention of C.
W. Morse was requested of the French
government by officials of the atste
department. .
AMENDMENT TO THE BY-LAWS
OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
When Marion County Post No. 27
meets next Wednesday night, at eight
o'clock, an amendment to the by-laws
will be -submitted which will -provide
for the" election of new 6f!5cers for the
post, and the election of officers is ex expected
pected expected to take place that evening.
This is yi accordance with a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation made by the state execu executive
tive executive committee with a view to having
the new officers bpcome familiar with
their duties before assuming office on
an. 1st. At the meeting of next
Wetihjes-day.rnight also, plans will be
made for the membership drive to be-
i Dec15th. W. W. Hampton Jr.,
f Gainesville, vice commander of the
'lorida department of tfie legion, will
e present. To say nothing of those
"swell eats" the auxiliary serves.
DEDICATION OF THE BAPTIST
CHURCH AT WILLISTON
Williston, Dec. 2. Tie edifice of
he First Baptist church of this place,
Rev. E. A. Burnette pa.stor, will be
dedicated Sunday, Dec. 4th, Rev. W.
Lambert, D. D., preaching the dedi
cation, sermon. At the same service
he ordination' of deacons will take
place. The servioe.will begin at 10:45
m., and plans are being made for
the greatest service in the history of
thejehurch.
Following is the tentative program
of the service:
Prelude, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vagts.
Doxology, congregation.
Invocation, Deacon S. W. Edwards.
Hymn. .
Presentation and ex:rmination of
candidates, Rev. E. A. Burnette.
Charge to candidates, J)r. W. R.
Lambert.
Ordaining prayer by pastor, "with
aying on of hands by- council, t
Charge to church to co-operate with
deacons, Rev. S. W. Sheffield.
Hymn, congregation.
Anthem, chcir.
Church history, Deacon J. N. Willis
Duet. Prof. Jesse T. Williams and
Mrs. E. A. Burnette.
Offertory selection, Mr. and Mrs. J.
F, Vagts. 4
Sermon, Dr. W. R. Lambert.
Dedication prayer, Prof. Jesse T.
Williams.
Right hand "of recognition of dea-
cons Dy cnurcn.
Hymn, congregation.
Benediction, Deacon S. H. Blitch.
The dedication service will come as
a gimax to a series oi evangeiisxic
services which have been in, progress
since .Nov. 20th, conducted by Rev.
W R. Lambert and Prof. Jesse T.
Williams of Georgia, assisted by the
pastor.
ANOTHER ATMOSPHERICS
DISTURBANCE THREATENS
Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 2. Southwest
storm warnings were displayed on the
Atlantic coast from Jacksonville to
New York today. A storm of marked
intensity is central over southern
Michigan-
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
FOR RENT Four furnished rooms.
Can be used for light housekeeping
if desired. Apply to Jesse Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, j corner Osceola and Second
"streets. 12-2-3t

Attack on Londonderry Jail Resulted
In Two Deaths but Assailants
Were Driven Off

Belfast, Dec. 2 (By! the Associated
Press). An attack on the jail at
Londonderry with 'the object of re re-kasing
kasing re-kasing the prisoners there was re repulsed
pulsed repulsed by police guards today. Two
policemen were killed and several of
the attackers captured.
WILL EXTEND JOURNEY
AROUND THE WORLD
(Associated Preas
Marseilles, Nov. 30 Marshal Joffre
who left Marseilles on Armistice Day
tended tourjof the countries bordering
the Pacific ocean, including Indo Indo-China,
China, Indo-China, Siam and China.
lie has been entrusted by the
French government with the task of
carrying to the chiefs of the govern governments'
ments' governments' of the far eastern' states that
participated in the victofy-of-thal-
ies the salute and gratefulness of
France.
The marshal's first call was to be at
ort Said, where an official reception
was planned. At Singapore, he will
hoard the cruiser Montcalm, flagship
of the French far east squadron.
At Saigon, the marshal will visit
the French possession of Into-China
to ra few days as the guest of the
governor general cf the colony.
He will arrive at Bangkok about
)ec. 20 and be received by the king
sf Siam which country was one of the
all'ed powers during the war.
After visiting the states of Cam-
bode and Tonkin, Joffre, on the Mont
calm accompanied by several destroy
ers, will proceed oirectly.to Yokoha Yokohama,
ma, Yokohama, where he expects to arrive about
Jan. 25. His sojourn in Japan will
ast about a month aftre which he will
visit Peking, traveling? by way of
Seoul and Mukden.
The present plans for the return
trip are for the marshal to reach
France by way of Honolulu. San
Francisco and New York.
CLOSE CONTEST AMONG
' MEMBERS OF GUN CLUB
Mr. Jack Camp and Mr. Paul Sim
mons chose teams for a match shoot
at the grounds of the Ocala Gun Club
yesterday afternoon. 'A -very close
race followed. The Camp team won
by the narrow margin of three, tar
gets. The score follows:
Winning Team
Ed Tucker ...47x50
Camp ..".45x50
W P. Preer .41x50
W. P. Preer . 41x50
W. B. Gallagher .33x50
Howard Walters ..32x50
Total.. 239
Losing Team
Bruce Meffert 48x50
H. W. Tucker .. 4350
E. B. Lytle .....42x50
S. C M. Thomas 38x50
Paul Simmons -r,.. 37x50
C. Camp ,28x50
Total 236
Special Event
Bruce Meffert .23x25
Jack Camp 22x25
Ed Tucker..... 22x25
E. B. Lytle v... 20x25
II. W. Tucker 20x25
NAPIER GRASS
"Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
igs, chickens, etc. For plants and
tarticualrs see F. W. Ditto. Ocala,
.Ha. 17-tf
In order to speed up collections, on
all bills paid to us on Saturday and
Monday, we will allow two (2) per
cent, discount. Get your check book
out and make two per cent. O. K.
TEAPOT GROCERY. 2t
Your kodak work will be properly
and promptly finished at Revel's
Studio, over Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Store. l-t
A complete line of Gilbert Toys at
THE GIFT SHOP. l-3t
What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show
icg this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf
W. K. Lane, 31. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye. ear, none and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Adv.-tf

Mrs. Helen Drexler of Wankegan,
Ills Seems to be the Champion
Vamp of the United States

"(.Assoc! a led Press)
Chicago, Dec. 2. At .least twelve
husbands who served in the army or
navy are credited to Mrs. Helen Drex Drexler,
ler, Drexler, of Waukegan, Ills champion col collector
lector collector of government allotment checks,
according, to the federal authorities,
who. had herein custody today. She
is alleged to have married husbands
from many parts of the country, di-
voiced none and received approxi approximately
mately approximately $400 monthly from the gov government
ernment government in the last three years.
READ THE NEWSPAPERS
AND REMAIN YOUNG
(Associated Press
New York, Dec. 2. Reading news newspapers
papers newspapers will help one to keep young.
This is the opinion of Dr. Stephen
bmith, founder of the New York
heartlrritartment, who recently cele-
WaTed his.98tTr-
."Read all the news in the pa
jie advised. "Read even the murders?
i get six papers every day and read
them all through!".
Up to two years ago, Dr. Smith
walked eight miles every day. He
still takes his daily constitutional, but
has cQt down the distance.
RECEPTION FOR MRS, LIDDON
. Mrs. H. A. Waterman was hostess
yesterday afternoon at a lovely recep reception,
tion, reception, which she gave at her home on
Wenona street. Mrs. Mallory-Liddon
of Jacksonville, who is visiting Mrs.
Waterman, was the guest of honor.
Mrs. Waterman very informally
welcomed her guests as they arrived
and presented them to Mrs. Liddon.
Mrs. W. V.-Newsom assisted during
the afternoon, meeting the callers in
the'dining room, where during the
afternoon four young ladies served,
namely, -.Alice and Sidney Cullen,
Helen Newsom and'Elizabeth Murray.
A salad and ice course with wafers,
olives, salted nuts and hot coffee-were
served.
The flowers used in the dining
rntmi were vases of yellow chrysan chrysanthemums,
themums, chrysanthemums, and a big vase of these
beautiful flowers formed the center centerpiece
piece centerpiece of the dining table. The color
scheme of old roses was charmingly
carried out in the reception hall and
music room, where pink roses and
chrysanthemums blended beautifully
with the decorations and draperies.
During the afternoon a musical pro program
gram program added greatly to the pleasure
of the guests.
Mrs. Mallory Liddon was a former
resident of Ocala and this lovely re reception,
ception, reception, tendered her by her sister
was a delightful occasion for her old
acquaintances and an opportunity to
n.ake, new friends.
REST ROOM AT THE FAIR
Excellent work was done by the
hospitality committee of the Woman's
tiuo in esiaonsning ana maintaining
the nursery and rest room at the fair.
It was through the untiring efforts
of Mrs. W. E, Smith, chairman of this
special committee of the rest room,
that the work was so carefully car carried
ried carried out. The nursery was located in
the needlecraft building. It was fitted
with cribs and a competent colored
woman was in charge. The rest room
was located tu the woman's building
and was fitted with comfortable
chairs. MacKay & Company provid provided
ed provided the furniture 'or both places
For several years it has been diffi
cult to find anyone willing to take the
responsibility of the undertaking, for
it means hard work. Last year Mrs.
F, Q. Bennett personally had charge
of the work. Since the public and
our merchants have seen the neces necessity
sity necessity of such a place at the fair they
have beenwilling.to help in any way
they could, and next year it is hoped
that separate building will be erected
for th?3 purpose.
NOTICE
Seeing my friend and competitor
has tymed loose such a bombardment
of ads. on the Star, and fearing lest
I should be forgotten in the shuffle,
I wieh to say that I am still on the
job, better prepared than ever to
take care of your orders for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and holiday photographs for
your relatives and iriends. And re remember
member remember one dozen will take cart of
that many on -your gift list, and what
would cost you less and be more ap
preciated?
Make the appointment early.
THE BLAKE STUDIO,
Over Helvenston, Phone 529. It
This is a Studebaker year.

Flaming Question of Peace or War
For Ireland Now Up to the Sinn
Fein Parliament

London, Dec. 2. (By Associated
Press). The British government's
latest proposals for settlement of the
Irish question will be under considera consideration
tion consideration by the cabinet of the Dail Eireann
in Dublin tomorrow.
FORD AND EDISON TO
INSPECT .MUSCLE SHOALS
Detroit, Dec 2. (By Associated
Press v Henry Ford and Thomas A.
Edison left here at noon today for
Muscle Shoals, Ala., to inspect the
nitrate and water power projects
which Ford proposes to lease from the
government.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAIN
WRECKED AT SHELL MOUND
(Associated Press)
Chattanooga, Tenn.. Dec. 2. South-
ern Railway passenger train No. 42
was wrecked today at Shell Mound, on
the Memphis division west of here,
according to meager reports received
here. The enginer and fireman are
reported killed and several others in
jured. The train is said to have
turned over. All wires to Shell Mound
are down. ''
THREE LIVES LOST AT
STABLER HOSPITAL
Associated "Pres)
Greenville, Ala., Dec. 2. Three
bodies were recoverd today from the
ruins of Stabler hospital here, de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire shortly after midnight.
Two were patient3. One nurse waa
seriously injured.
GERMANY WOULD BORROW
QUARTER OF A BILLION
London, Dec. 2. (By Associated
Press). Former German Minister of
Reconstruction Rathenau is negotiat
ing with Sir Robert Horne, chancellor
cf the exchequer, and with officials of
the Bank of England, for the loan of
fifty million pounds sterling to Ger Germany,
many, Germany, it was learned here on high au authority
thority authority today. It is understod that
Ratheanau would be given a definite
answer today, which a high ofiicial
said probably would be in the nega negative.
tive. negative. We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we jwill sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf

Do Tk; fell
Your KwU Y
' Christmas'
Shopping at l C

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Same Goods
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16 pounds Sugar $1.00
Pepans, per pound .... .25
Brazil Nuts, per pound .22
Almonds, per pound 20
No. 1 Diamond Brand Walnuts, per pound 42
Currants, per package 25
Seeded and Seedless Raisins 2S
Orange and Lemon Peel, per pound- .... .32
Citron, per pound .50

Get the U-Serve Habit It Pays
You Can Save a Dollar Here Easier 5
Than You can Make One at Work.
Try It.
YejdeUccT any pwrthaU cf te dcUars cf ever to any pzrt
of town free. Deliveries aider te deUsrs, 10 cczls 'ckargts.

Usually Placid People f Austrian
Capital Relieved Their Feeling
Wilh an Unchecked Riot

Vienna, Dec. 2. (By Associated
Press). The inner city cf Vienna to
day looked as thought it had been
struck by a tornado as a result of
yesterday's widespread rioting. All
the leading hotels and restaurants and and-many
many and-many shops dealing in luxuries were
wrecked and the streets were -clutter
ed with debris. No deaths have been
reported, but the police said, many
persons were injured by the mobs in
their orgy of plunder and destruc
tion. The police stood idly by while
the mobs worked their will, some even
expressing sympathy with the rioters.
JAMES V. WALSH
James Vincent Walsh, aged 46, died
at his hpme at Morriston yesterday
aterart5on at 6:30 o'clock after sev-
months illness. Mr. Walsh was
'a tailor by trade, coming to Florida
two years ago for his health from
Birmington, N. Y. He is survived by
bis wife and 'mother. The funeral
services will take place this afternoon
at 3 o'clock from the residence Rev.
Phillips will officiate. Interment will
be made in Pleasant Hill cemetery at
Morriston. SaiJ R. Fyles & Company
have charge of the arrangements.
ANASIENDMENT BEFORE
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
there will be a very important meet meeting
ing meeting of the Ocala Woman's Club as at
that time the members will vote on
the following resolution:
"Therefore, be. it resolved, that sec section
tion section 1, article 5, of the by-laws be
amended to read: The regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the club shall be held the first
and third Tuesdays during the club
year."
MEETING EXECUTIVE BOARD
There will be a meeting of the ex executive
ecutive executive board of the Ocala Woman's
Club at the club house at 2:30 p. m,
Saturday -afternoon.
Minerva M. Murphy,
Recording Secretary.
" One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 2S-tf
Best dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector.
22-tf
Less Money
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1921

- n jtion and consented, to their neutrali-
If 810 ilIUflfl Dlar iion. The question was referred to
. ithe League of Nations which appoint

judicial commission to investi-

STAR PUBLISHING COM PAS Y.

..i.nk.l F.wti Dir Enffol SMBdl rte" a

j ate trie suDject- ine commission
, i ecommended that the islands be

OCALA. FLORIDA

IU K. Carrell, PreWent

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IeavB;od, SHrery-Trearer I

J. H. Itonjamila, Editor

u'aced jinder the control of Finland

i but their neutrality should be guar

anteed by the powers,

son, but of a rational person trying5 SPEND SOME 3IONEY envelope, also enclosed, is for your
to simulate insanity, without a suf3-j FOR CHRISTMAS SEALS HSe m sending check or in returning

seals.
' The money from the sale of "Christ-

cient knowledge of the cliaracteristic

of insanity4 to conform to the rules, j

Mrs. E. A. Osborne, always active

may save her, but it will not deceive j3n &ood work is county chairman for mas seals is used to fight tuberculosis.

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t Vir whn ImAw lino tn vrsioh ciifh 1 .. . .

-s tne j- ionja rubiic

evidence. .-

Health Associa

tion, and as usital is- working night

. Entered at OcaU, Fla.
econd -class matter.

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BaIaa 'office ... .'FlTe-Oae
Editorial Depart aaa ... .Tw-Smi
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T" SIEMIIKK A5SOCJ WKD PHES
The .Associate P ess Is exclusively
entitled tor the use fur republication of
j a-ii ine a 4ispatcnes credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper and
alsd the loeal news published herein.
All rijchta f republication of special
dipaAche herein ani als reserved.

' DOMESTIC SUBSCB I PTIO KATES
One .year.Lta, ad vasicts ..... ... ... 6.00
6Ix months, in advance ....... 3.00
Three months," In advance...... 1-aO
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from this cruel disease
many of them children.

sufferers

in" Florida,
In hundreds

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France has decided to send its Blue Blue-beard.to
beard.to Blue-beard.to the guillotine, but America
is undecided what to do with its

Fatty." y':: v;;

Christmas seals are now on sale.
Do your bit by contributing a bit, and

help in the great war" on t. b., whioh is

a3 liable to invade your family as any

''other. .: :i

St. Petersburg has seven candidates
for the mayor's office, including the

present incumbent,! who has just been

"recalled." The office must be unusu
ally attractive. ; f

CRAZY OR SHAMMING

The folowir.g from the- Lakeland;
Telegraitt-is, in our opinion, -a reas reasonable
onable reasonable estimate of Lena Clark's testi testimony:
mony: testimony: r
It was a bold play to put Miss Lena
Oark( on the stafti and let her amaze
the jury with her story of her pre previous
vious previous existence. She professes to re remember
member remember her spirit life, through all the

ges of the world, from the time

when, as a sort of spirit atom she

watched God create the universe un

til she stood before -Miltimore and
the "lights flared np" and all was

arkness until she found herself with

Chief -Vestal.

Her story is crazy enough, in all

conscience, but unfortunately for her,

it is one which any alienist of phy-

chologist, familiar with the phenome

na of delusions,an dissect and deter

mine with unerring certainty whether

t is a genuine hallucination or a fab

rication.

Even to our non-expert mind, the

story as reported by the Tain pa Tri

bune correspondent,ppears to bear
the earmarks of deliberate workman

ship. Sane persons, who dabble in the
occurt, and let their imagination play

with such fancies as the transmigra

tion of souls, are usually secretive

about it.' Unless they write books or

poems, they do not expose their

dreams to an unsympathetic public

And it has not appeared, in any of the

previous discussions of the Clarke

case that the .West Palm Beach post-?

mistress was any exception to that

role. On the other, handr-those who

actually possess a hallucination o:

Dr. Mason. Smith, Tampa alienist,
testifying in the Clarke trial at Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, says JLena is a pathological
liar. II That? is what we have., been
.trying to call Toni Wat sort "ever since

the war began, v

. The American. Legion is preparing
to" put; on abig irive for new mem-

..bers-this month. Success to the boys

All the ex-service;, men shoul line up"
with then for their own interest and

' the good of the country.

In making an estimate for "your
Christmas gifts, don't forget the

King's Daughters; who have on their
'.list some people, to whom the neces-
saries of life .mean ; more joy than

luxuries to the fortunate.

Marion county is going to have an

exhibit at the annual Sub-Tropica

Midwinter Fair in,, Orlando im February.-.
This means an enlargement of

tlie ; scope of the ; local fair, and Or
arge is indeed delighted over Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's arrival. Orlando Sentinel. i

Orange is a splendid county to as

sociate with.

There is an entire absence of Chris

tian charity in the religious wart be between
tween between Ulster and the Sinn Fein in

Ireland. Ulster, however, has the ex

cuse. of self-defense. In case Ulster
cut loose from Britain, what the rest
of Ireland could lio to it would be a
plenty, and the Sinn Fein has given a

plenty of evidence tkat that plenty it

would do. .. r

The amount required of Germany

for its first year's payment on its -war
indemnity is; $33 per capita of its

population. This is -less than is being

paid by the nations it forced into war.

including -the United States, the rich

est and least damaged of alL There

is nq doubt that Germany can pay if

i is compelled to;

Mrs. l. T. Helvenston, president o:

the Parent-Teachirs Association, has

been notified that the oral hygiene

unit in charge of ; Major H. B. Butler
will arrive in Ocaila, December 9. Its

work herewill tiike about one week,

The purpose of this unit is primarily
to arouse local Interest to the need

of establishing a dental clinic for the

cafe, of the teeth of. indigents school

children, and the Parent-Teachers As

sociation will heartily Co-operate in

its "good Work. :

Good newsl The state road depart

ment executed the contract last Frl

day for the building of state road No

2 through Marion, and the Urst work

will begin at the Lake county line;

where convicts are already in camp
at Stanton. Also that our neighbor
on' the east will open bids Dec. 14 on

the $2,350,000 Orange county road

bonds, which will, give us three con

nections to Lake county roads. Or

lando Reporter-Stor. C

, Slowly but surely the Central Flor

ida good roads system is growing.

The disposition of the Aland Isl

ands, described a.s "the Gibraltar o
the North' has been the subject o:

contention since iJie world war. For
centuries they belonged to Sweden
through its. control of Finland but
they fell into the hands of Russia

when Russia absorbed Finland. Swe Sweden
den Sweden then became fearful of Russia's

militarism, as control of the Aland
Islands by Russia rendered Stockholm
liable to bombardment. After- the
.world war Sweden appealed to the
peace conference at Versailles to
have possession lkf the islands decid-

ine impression prevails among

many of the citizens of Ocala that a

voter only votes for the candidates

for alderman in the ward in which he

ires. This is an error. Every quali

fied voter has the privilege of voting
for his choice of alderman for every

ward in -which there will be a vacancy
at the coming election.' It is to be

hoped that every oter will avail him

or herself of this privilege and make
the result an expression of the real

sentiments of our people on the is issues
sues issues involved.

that character like to discuss it, and

are. angry with all who refuse to. take

it seriously. It crops out in every

thing they discuss. If Miss Clarke

realty believed '.her own story,1 she

would never have waited until she
was? on trial for murder to give it to

the public.

Again, there is too much discursive

ness about it. it is too logical, yet

too illogical. Delusians are usually

pinned down to a single point.- ; She

might suppose herself to be Cleopat

ra, or Salome, or Eaicretia Borgia, or

Helen of Troy, and it is conceivable

that she might fancy that 'Miltimore

was some historical character who

had injured her in her previous ex existencethis
istencethis existencethis might even constitute
the insane motive of a crime by an
insane personsbut when she branches

out, becomes an observer as well as
an actor in a dozen widely separated

history and prehistoric scenes, she
betrays the very opposite of what she

is evidently trying to appear..
It is not the story of an insane per-

Followinsr is her letter, which we

print in order that it, may Teach the I

many who may not receive a copy but

an Hr?nv f n iirr.mfi'p thA kap of Christ

, e, of these cases the disease can be ar-
ma sp!t- Nh sprit ont vestprriav ;

IN EVERY WARD 665 letters, each containing a sheet of ree- 1L,
, . Every seal helps to save a life

for o!e person, and the Star hopes her s t?Jt the dread disease,
unselfish efforts will bring resuits. to keep it away from your home

ana your Kiaaies.

This is our means of obtaining the

money, it nas never tailed us. It

vi no reaa ine otar:

If You Feel Christmas
The "Christmas Feel," as James

Whitcomb Riley calls the wonderful

holiday spirit, is in the air. I hope

ha3 already penetrated to your

heart.

But there is something lacking if

you have not bought your tuberculosis j 1

Christmas seals! They have come toi ew cards aM "roon score
stand for the Christmas' spirit itself FHdd at TH? BOOK SHOP. l-3t

fashioned

The St. Petersburg Times says:
No matter what other folks may

think of the occult, the ouija board
and the crystal, the courts of the land

ought not to accept or give credence

to such illusionary theories of life
until they are established as facts be beyond
yond beyond a doubt. Yet, Florida has wit witnessed
nessed witnessed a spectacle in which attorneys

supposed to represent the best the

state has to offer in legal talent and

trains, have submitted to a court and

to a jury the evidence of a client who

prates of former existences and of

strange visions seen in a bit of glass
held before her. Lena Clarke, on trial

for murder. Is either innocent, guilty

or crazy, buch nonsense presented to

a jury is nothing short of an insult to

the intelligence of courts."

the old

spirit of doing something for those to Apalachicola oysters every day, 70

whom "Santa Claus" is but a lost illu-! cents a- quart; $20 a gallon. City

sion to whom Christmas is but an-j Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
other "hollow" day.

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. A few Christmas seals are enclosed. Your, favorite -odor of perfumery

The Star approves the -"following
from thrDpT nif Nfrri ft reliable

eman informs Che News that on

gen

"Friday last he overheard some youpg

men telling oi tneir exploits on

Thanksgiving day' in killing" smal

birds, such as mocking birds, meadow

larks, etc. They stated that they thus
slaughtered twenty-five birds simply

for what, they called sport. If is noth

ing short of criminal for persons to
thus kill such birds, and if the proper
evidence could be secured of their

acts, they would surely be punished

The protection of birds by ""the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of our laws affords splendid
opportunities for the activities cf the
Poy Scouts. Get busy boys, in this

good work.1

The needs are greater than ever.
Sincerely, Mrs. E. A. Osbprne,
County Chairman.
Make checks payable to Fred W.
Iioyt, treasurer. .Your local com committee
mittee committee has credit whether you buy

'thru it direct or thru the mail.

true Christmas

Please buy them as your heart

prompts. All, if you can. The stamped

can be had in the famous French Fla
m

curettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

AMI

MomusoN mnm

Elasaetes Rccargec! Cars Washed sod PcHslied
Repair Worlc, Accessories, .Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

COOK'S IilAPiKEr and GRC
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HEATS crJ GROCERIES, FRUITS crJ VEGETABLES
Phone - 243

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

If you do not have the

Tropical Planting Book
Write for your copy today. It
describes the finest anJ"most
extensive collection of orna ornamental
mental ornamental plant materials and
tropical and sub-tropical
fruits grown In Florida. This
is of value to those interested
in town planning and other
civic work as well as home
builders write us Venardlntr

Do You Live in a House
or in a Home?
Prehistoric people lived in caves, closed with boulders inside
were stones, dlrOand a meagre fire. Little they -cared for the
outside world, or the pleasures of the garjien.
And in the middle ages the peoples of the Old World lived in
stern, forbidding, fortress-like homes built to repel invaders and
make safe the domestic hearth. But they, in their deeper love
for the ; emotional refinements of fife, enclosed gardens of de delight
light delight within their defensive walls.
'Now we, with our modern civilization and facilities for gar gardens
dens gardens of beauty and comfort wKat are we doing? How far
ahead are we of Cave Man or Moor? Answer the question
frankly to yourself then take up the matter of the planning of
your grounds with the best available jource of information in
the. State,
Reasoner Brothers
; Royal Palm Nurseries
Department of Landscape Design
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New Brazil Nuts,
Paper Shell Pecaais,
Imported Slalag.li Table Raisins,
Seeded Raisins;
Seedless Raisuiis,
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Pineapple and Assorted Fruits,
Candied Cl'ierries
Maniototo Brand Canned 'Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Codfish,
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Antl- Pasto,
Samp CBiff Hominy)
Real French Peas, f
! Finnan Haddie,
Dutch Herring,
Pearl Barley,
Pearl Tapico,
Grabam Flour,
Whole Wheat Flouir,
Plain Buckwheat Flour,
Roquefort Cheese, ;
Edam Cheese Imported,
New York' State Clfieese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Kippered Herring,;
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
Split Peas, etc.
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PHONES 16 and 174
Fifteen Years Experience
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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
Proprietor
- 108 South Magnolia St.
Day Phone 17. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. 15. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
OCALA ELECTRIC
IP.
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Phone 143
IF you have an oM pair of shoes that
you think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
Rainy Day.
For your Soles Sake
Phone Us.
.Our work is Walk About
Others' work is Talk
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Weld All Metals
s Reborc Cylinder
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217 W. Broadway
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f AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all ccn ccn-tract
tract ccn-tract work. Gives more "snd better
work for. the money than any other
contractor in'the ity.

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a Dog
FRANCIS LYNDE
At the Back of Beyond.
To my chagrin, the railroad ticket
offices in Denver dida't know any Mich
place a Placervllle in the Red desert
region, TThich was then, as now, trav traversed
ersed traversed only by one railroad. The sin single
gle single "Place rville' they had listed was
a station not far from Teiluride, In
quite another; part of the. state. Nor
could the Mining exchange gentleman
help me. However, he suggested that
If I could find some old resident ("old ("old-timer"
timer" ("old-timer" was the word he used) whose
memory reached back a ways, there,
might be something doing.
"Steer me, I begged f tTm a half half-orphan
orphan half-orphan and a total stranger in Den Denver."
ver." Denver." He laughed, and then thought for a
minute, -and said :
"The Du Pont Powder people have'
been doing business, here for a good
many years, and they know the pow powder
der powder buyers all over the state. It's just
possible that they could tell you. Sup Suppose
pose Suppose you ask at their office.
I went, forthwith ; and the gentle gentleman
man gentleman to whom I presented my card at
the cashier's window had the dope.
The Red Desert Placervllle, he told
me, was strictly ,a "has been. The
placers had long ago been exhausted,
and the place had afterward figured
a shippng point J for some-' mine or
mines on the desert slope of the East Eastern
ern Eastern Timanyonis. He was not quite cer certain,
tain, certain, but he thought the name "Placer "Placer-Tille
Tille "Placer-Tille had been changed to something
lse. .-f. ;- .-'
As to the manner of reaching the
"has been," .this, as he pointed but,
was simple enough. There were
through sleepers by way of the P. S-W.
and Copah all the way tothe Racine
coast.
Armed with this information, I
quickly shook the dust of Denver (no
slam here Intended at the Queen City
of the Plain) from my feet, taking a
through ticket to Angels; and the fol
lowing morning, when I ran my win-
gow snaoe up previous to turning out
for breakfast, the train was rollicking
along over endless reaches of "the
dryest, dreariest, most barren-lookiag
country that the sunever shone upon ;
red sand, it appeared to be, with with withered
ered withered bits of grass here vand there and
scattering bunches of what I after afterward
ward afterward learned was called "greasewood."
It was while luncheon was getting it itself
self itself served that the train stopped to
water the engine at the most desolate
place that ever lay out of doors. I do
think. The place was utterly deserted :
there wasn't a human being in sight,
either on the platform or In the street
upon which the,tation faced ; noteven
the bunch of loafers which usually ma materializes
terializes materializes out of nowheTre to see a
train came and go, I was looking out
of the window .and wondering how any anybody,
body, anybody, even a hermit telegraph opera operator,
tor, operator, could stand it to live in sm h'n
graveyard of a place when I got ray
shock.
It was a dog that connected up" the
high-voltage wires for me ; a shasrgv
mongrel with his, ears cocked and a
Ted ribbon of a tongue hanging out a
he jumped up on the high station plat
form as if to say "Hello, stranger!" to
me. For, right down the.center kf that
dog's face and dividing It as accurate accurate-ly
ly accurate-ly as. if it had been drawn by1 some
mathematical draftsman, was a line
marking off a black "half from a white
half! -. -v Y
I was just taking a swallow of hot
chocolate when the dog appeared, and
it nearly choked me. Luckily. I got
ha ewnUmv down before J saw the
ie etire to aee Uiat tlie
next battery for your car is
an Eveready. Bat don't bay
any battery till you hare
first brought your old one to
us y?e raay findtbereV
etill a lot more power in the
old battery with a few
simple repairs.
STORAGE BATTERY
Guaranteed VA Years
BlalockBros.
. Oklawaha and Main St.
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tmrsc a ei-ashojper-headed cow
' rnv, saddled and bridled and standing
Mtcl.ed to a gnawed wooden rail in
front of one of the tumble-down

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'H'm; Ticketed to Anoels," He
tered Half to Himelf,
Mut
' shacks. "I'leSald" is j sort of an elas
tic word, as the dictionaries define it
and it might apply to almost anj
T)east-markings out of the ordinary
But the horse I was gaping at fell eas
ily within any or all of the definitions definitions-it
it definitions-it was a true "calico." white'and lisjh'
sorrel In grotesque patchings; unmis
takably "piebald." if a purist In th
use of the mother-tonguolike Cousin
Percy, for example wished tri call ii
.SO.
Before I could rush back to thf
steward's sentry-bx in .the vestibule of
the ear our train was chasing along
again. ;
"Hey !" I shouted ; "what's the name
jff that place where we stopped to wa water
ter water the engine?"
V'Atropta.?
- "Death-sleep," I translated with a
grin. "It fits, all the way down to the
ground. What are the industries of
Atropia?'
"I don't get you."
"Excuse me; I'll try to put it In
simgler forai. Why is Atropia?"
appeared to have reached the
exclusion tht I was an escaped luna lunatic,
tic, lunatic, safe enough, most probably a
harmless one. He looked first at the lit little
tle little colored slip sticking in my hat-band
and then consulted a note-book drawn
from his pocket.
"H'm ; ticketed to Angels," he mut muttered
tered muttered half to himself. And then to me;
"Was you expectin' to have friends friends-meet
meet friends-meet you at Angels?"
This was too much, and, anxious as
I was to find out something more about
Atropia, I felt it an imperative duty
fool-like to do my small parttoward
enlivening a rather sad woria. So I
said, solemnly:
"I shall be met by a parade of the
Angels fire department, in milfonn,
and with the apparatus, headed by a
brass band. But this Is irrelevant to
the present burning question What I
am thirsting to know is why there
should -be a dog with a face half
white and half black standing on the
Atropia station platform, and a pie piebald
bald piebald pony hitched to the horse-rack
on the Atrepla public square."
That finished him. .
"Say, young feller, you've got 'em
bad," he commented. "But that'll be
all right. Just you wait till we get to
Angels; and then you can find out all
these f many things you're so dead anx anxious
ious anxious to know."
"Hold on a minute," I Interposed as
he was trying to escape. "Atropia
hasn't always been as dead as it is
now, has It? What was its name when
it was alive and able to sit up and take
nourishment?"
"Huh?" he queried; and then: "Oh,
I get you, now; It used to be called
Placervllle." :
"Thank you; that helps. Now how
much farther is it to Angels?"
'Bout twenty miles."
"All right. And when will there be
a train coming back to. this Atropia
place?" ; : ;;.. .m; :
' "Way-freight tomorruh mornio'
eight-thirty out o Angela."
'Goxi, Now if those fire people sfhd
the brass band don't miss me I
couldn't resist the temptation to give
him a final shot, and it hit the bull's bull's-eye.
eye. bull's-eye. As he edged away I could see by
his expression that lie still thought me
cruzy. K .'
When I got back to my Pullman
after luncheon I perceived at once that
the train conductor bad promptly
passed the word about the episode in
the dining caiJThe Pullman conduc conductor
tor conductor evidently" had his weather eye on
mey and the negro porter shied every
time he passed my section. This was
rich, but if I "could have known the
tenth part of what was going to pp
out of this Pandora Iwx that I had
foolishly. dug" up in the dining car. the
amusement feature would speedily
Iiuac ". been forgotten in a pretty
strenuous etTirt to straighten things
out .while Ihoie nas yfct time.
I descended frnii (lie train at my
ticket-named destination of "Angels,
and found 'a typical mining camp of a
single street and a tawdry, dusty
dtenrincs scarcely xeeded by that
of the dead-alive Atropia. The first
thing I saw on the station platform
was my. train conductor talking earn earnestly
estly earnestly to a large, desperadoish-looklng
man whose greatest need was for a
CleSn shave. By the manner of the two
I saw' that their talk was aiming Itself
at me; the railroad man was only too
plainly warning the Angelic person
that Angels the Blest had a probably
harmless, but possibly dangerous,
maniac In its midst.
Still I saw only the, humorous side
of it and refused to be disturbed. Fired
by the ambition to find some way of
returning at once to Atropia, before
the magic horse and dog should disap-j
pear, I tramped off in search of a place!
where I could leave my t wo grips. The
place that offered, and the only one,
was. the Velet:a; I !." and 1 won-

J aiiie. which was double pun uxu
ihe name of the town and the fact that
iLe tavern, half restaurant and half
lodjaojf-house. was kept by a China Chinaman.
man. Chinaman.
But I secured acttmmoIation, and
:is 1 was tnrtiing to leave the resrau-rant-ta
vera, trouble hHraed np In the
h;ipt- f the heavy-shouldered dei-lt'radtish-IfMikiijg
person whom I h;:d
!eu at the latiou talking with the
tmia conductor.
Tia onto you with both feet," he re re-i.iarketl.
i.iarketl. re-i.iarketl. Wi-iny: uie with ua eye that 1
t uld tifiiy fancy miht strike terror

iut. the heart of the most vti-kiesH
ti-iiiiliial. "I'm givin" you wainlit" rig'u
now tlKit no funny business don't go in
lliis man's town; we'f
"I'm quite harmless. I assured him.
C"Ie m a iittie :if r:rmtiofi. and I'll
forthwith remove myself from the i-n-finex
of your elmnmr.g ity. How far
ij it by wugon-roud to IMuct rvnie rvnie-Atropiii,
Atropiii, rvnie-Atropiii, and how tim I get tlrreT
"My gonh'I he said g!Hmily; "two
ftf you in the ime dog-goned week!"
"Even so. When did the other one
arrive T"
"Day before yistidday. He di!nt
look so much bughouse as you do. hut
I reckon he niu.-t a been off his kii kii-whoop.
whoop. kii-whoop. too, r he wouldn't 'a gone to
Tropia."
"Let him rest in peace. Do I get my
information?"
"Shore: v.e speeds the partin guegt.
You've come apa.sfyour place. Twenty Twenty-one
one Twenty-one mile hack ; and the way-freight 11
git you there to-morruh morjiin."
"I'm going to Atropia this after after-uo.n."
uo.n." after-uo.n." I bragged.
He let me pass, and I tramped up
she street until I found the one livery
stable. Here, again, my fool reputa reputation
tion reputation had quite evidently outrun uie.
flie man had idle horses, plenty of
them, as I couldn't help seeing, but I
i-ouldii't hire one for love or money.'
vVhen it came right down to the pinch,
lie wouldn't even sell me one.
By this time I was in. a hot sweat
of Impatience to be on my way; to
bridge that twenty-one miles before
the -elusive clue if it were the clue clue-could
could clue-could once more ddge ne and vanish
into thin air In' that frame of mind I
told the cautious liveryman, in gentle
phrase, what I thought of him and his
kind, and hurried down, to the rail railroad,
road, railroad, hPlnS to.be dble to catch an
east-bound train of some kind, any
kind, whose screw could be bribed or
cajoled into carrying me to "Atropia.
It was Just as 1 was about to Inquire
of the telegraph operator what the
rhifhees were that the great' tempta temptation
tion temptation rosedup and slapped me in the
face. Up the grade from the westward
a tiny, three-wheeled car, carrying two
men, came spinning along. 1 recog recognized
nized recognized it at once as a track-inspection
car. driven Jay a small gasoline engine;
an evolution of the old velocipede car,
foot and hand-driven and used by road
masters and other railroad men for
making quick trips over short dis distances.
tances. distances. In half a minute the little car rat rattled
tled rattled up to the station and made a
quick stop, the two men setting the
brakes and hopping off to dodge into
the telegraph office. They left the lit little
tle little pop-popping engine running at
"dlipg speed, and In, a flash I saw my
chance. Of course, if I- should steal
the car, I'd be caught and arrested ana
hauled off somewhere to be tried and
fined; but before any of these unto untoward
ward untoward things could happen, I should
hnye settled that biting question of
the ownership of the piebald pony and
the harlequin-faced dog.
With a quick glance over my shoul shoulder
der shoulder to make sure that the coast was
still clear, I slipped Into Jhe driving driving-sent,
sent, driving-sent, jerked the throttle open and re released
leased released the clutch, praying fervently
that the switches might be set right
for me at the upper end of the Angels
yard.
As, he machine began Jo gather
speed, I looked back. What I saw was
a-plenty. Three men, one of them,
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9 What 4 Saw Was a-Plenty.
whom I took o be the telegraph op operator.
erator. operator. In bis sbirt-sleeves, eaute run run-nins
nins run-nins up'the station platform. The
ihirt -sleeved man was yellinjr and waving-
.something that glistened In the
suniipht. Next I heard the distance distance-diminished
diminished distance-diminished crack of. a pistol and a
blunt-nosed bullet salig a whining lit little
tle little lullaby to me as it tore past.
I flung up an arm to show the pitol pitol-trer
trer pitol-trer tliat lie bad misled, and then the
small car swung around th shoulder
of the nearest hill and AneU became
only a backward-flUtinf; nieiuory.
(Continued Tomorrow)
NEW RESTAURANT
Dinner 12 to 2 60 "cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. "West side of
public square. :
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
A varied line of parlor sets now on
display here. They are serviceable.
: up-to-the-minute and selling at very
reasonable prices, Let us show yon
,the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture;
Men. SO-tf

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CHARTER OAK

Charter Oak, Nov. SO. Mrs. Will
Freer has been stating friend3 at ;
Crystal River for a few weeks.
1 a. uiiii nau iue mis
fortune of having his back badlv in
jured last week by a pair of runaway
mules mules-Miss
Miss mules-Miss Bessie Bayless visited her
parents at Umatilla last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris of
Jacksonville are visiting Mrs. Harris'
mother, M"rs. Pritchett for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Martin of Bar
tow, spent Thanksgiving with the lat-
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mc-
Dtrmitt. f
Miss Nannie Belle Redding has been
confined "to her bed for several days
with chills and fever.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Remington were
callers in Oxford Sunday. t
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best m-eals in the city for 50 cents, j
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
Your friends can buy kny gift you
can give them except your photo photograph.
graph. photograph. Blake the appointment early
at Revel's Studio, over the Guarantee
Clothing and. Shoe Store. l-6t
Let your photograph pay your
friends a holiday visit. Make the ap appointment
pointment appointment early at Revel's Studio,
over Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
Store. l-6t
RAILROADS SCHEDULE
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information" and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
( Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2 C20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 sun
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:60 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05- m
2:55 am NTTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 urn
:50 pm -Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R- R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 :m
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Pstsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 125 pm
10:15 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday,' Wednesday, Friday.
Tnesday, Thursday, Saturday.
nttr.mttrwtrmu:::xtn:utmau:
4 SASH DOOR
Geo. MacKay 2 Ca.
0cs!a, Fla.
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HIGH GRADE PAIVT
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. What Heiiry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
"In the tractor the farmer uow has"! machinein whichis harnessed
one of the most adaptable, efficient, economical sources of power in the world
the internal combustion engine.
"The tractor wjll multiply the productive capacity of each individual
arm worker from three to four times over.
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"It will put the farmer on a par with the citv manufacturer. It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is what a farm is on to an efficient
production Basis.
'It will enable each worker to earn so much more that he can be paid
more and still leave a greater profit for the man who hires him. It will enable
the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life
s "I believe the tractor will make farming what it ought to be the most
pleasant, the most healthful, the most profitable business on earth."
TUCKER SUPPJS :
DEALERS

OCALA

Test our delivery service when you
w ant FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf

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is like th breath
of your favorite
flower a delicate,
elusive flower fra fragrance
grance fragrance that lin lingers
gers lingers and lingers.
A drop lasts for
days.
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every latest, up-to-date
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Put On "Stay-There" Flesh, Strengthen Tha f
Clear The Skin and Invigorate Your Body

Thin, run-down folks who have been
wondering why they remain so skinny
and lacking in energy eren though they
eem to eat a lot, should try taking two
of Maatin't tiny yeast VITAMON
Tablet with their meala and watch
results. M a tin's VITAMON Tablet
supply in highly conientrated form a
proper dose of the health-gjring, body bodybuilding
building bodybuilding vitamines. You surely need to
get some of these precious vitamines
into your system at once. Mas tin's
VITAMON Tablets mix with your
'- food, help it to digest and supply just
what your body needs to feed and
nourish the shrunken tissues, the worn worn-out
out worn-out nerves. th thin blood and the
starved brain. FSmpiemrboils and skin
eruptions seem to vanish like magio
under this healthful invigorating influ influence.
ence. influence. Mas tin's VITAMON will not
cause gas or upttet the stomach, but
strengthens the digestive and intestinal
tract and helps to- overcome even
chronic constipation. Be sure to re remember
member remember the name Mastin's VI-TA-MON.
Avoid substitutes and imita imitations.
tions. imitations. You can get Mastin's VITAMON
Tablets at all good druggists.
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glass, with aluminum 'case no Letter
ever sold. To be bought only at the
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30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric
C0x3 Clincher, Premier, Fabric .......
31x4 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric! .....
32x3. Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric.
32x4 Clincher, Straight Side, Fabric
3x4 Straight; Side, Non-Skid, Fabric
3-1x4- Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric.

TIRES
. $ 938
. 10.93
. 11.29
. 20.28.
. 19.49
. 24.43
. 25.46
. 26.50

TIRES
. 15.44

7G00 MILE GUARANTEE

30x3 Vz Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric. . ... .

8600 MILE GUARANTEE TIRES
- -30x3 Clincher, lied Top, Fabric .Z.'. t .. 13.00
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric ............. 18.54
""'30x3' "Clincher, Non-Skid, Cord ............ 18.54
31x4 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric ..... . 23.90
3lx4- Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord .... 28.05
- :32x3 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric........ 23.64
"32x3 Straight Side, 'Non-Skid, Cord ... 25.69
1 32x4 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric . .' 27.53-
' 32x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord ....... 318
33x4 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric ...... 28.56
33x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord . . : . 32.71
- 32x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord. ..... .Y 40.50

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34x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord.....

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FOR SALE Cut down Ford with
wire wheels and extra wheel; in
first class condition, din be seen

at Dixie Highway Garage, l-6t

WANTED We want resident and

traveling salesmen thrciout Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Florida and Alabama to sell
high-class- line of roo coatings,
house paints and barn paints, direct
from the manufacturer on a com commission
mission commission basis; liberal contract.
Write us for particulars. Peerless
Paint Mfg. Co, Nashville, Tenn. It

35x4 V. Straisrlit Side. Non-Skid, Cord

;;x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
33x5 ; Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
35x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
37x5- Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
. TRUCK SIZES
8000 MILE GUARANTEE'
32x4 Flat Tread, Cord .............
34x4 Flat Side, Cord
, 33x5 Flat Tread, Cord
21x5 Flat Tread, Cord
35x5 Flat Tread, Cord ..... . . v .
3Gx6 Flat Tread, Cord
38x7 Flat Tread, Cord .
40x8 Flat TreEid, Cord ....;......;

. 42.58
.43.10

44.65
50.68
53.48
..... 56.08

-TIRES
. .$44.65
48.25
. 56.08
. 57.38
. 58.68
. 79.90
..111.00
..141.10

TUBE3
2.32
TUBES
2.07
2.32
.2.32
3.10
3.10.
2.58
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3.36
3.36
3.36
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4.39
4.65
4.65
4.91
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TUBES
$ 4.39
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5.18
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5.43
10.38
12.45
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FOR SALE A piano, aJ.iio second

hand furniture bought and sold.

Eagle Furniture Co, 111 South

Magnolia street. 806t

OCALA OUHCES

If you have any Society items for

the Star, please call five-one.

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Griggs of Lynne
spent the day in Ocala.

In order to speed up collections, on
all bills paid to us on Saturday and
Monday, we will allow two (2) per
cent, discount. Get your check book
out and make two per "cent. O. K.
TEAPOT GROCERY. 2t

The county judge's court has been
crowded witfl petty criimnal cases
this week.

WOOD AND ORANGES A nice lot

of oak and pine wood in stove and
fireplace size $5.50 per cord of
three s'trands or $2 per strand. Also
have a nice lot of oranges at $1 per
hundred or $2.50 a packed box: W.
D. Carn, phone 191. 30-tf

"Baked beans and brown -bread, at
Carter's Bakery today. Phone 360X. 2t

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. a

WANTEDSituaticn, by Al- book

keeper. Best of references. W. I.
Flowers, Adel, Ga. 29-3t

FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used

in private family only. Price, $250.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
garage. 26-tf

A complete line of Gilbert Toys at
THE GIFT SHOP. l-3t

A Real Return to "Normalcy"
Suits from $22.so to $35.o

Oar New Special Just Arrived

All IVWflne Weave

Blue Serge Seif;

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A Full Range of Sizes

Mrs-H. C. Packhara, whose condi condition
tion condition for the past week has been so
critical, remains about the same.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

FOR SALE Ford roadster. 1918:

bargain for cash. .Apply to A. F.
Ingram, 815 E. Adams St. 25-6t

FOR RENT Five room apartment.
. Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck
in" excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf

WANTED A middle aged woman to
act as companion "for an elderly
lddy from 9 a. m to 3" p. m., in re return
turn return for room rent and other priv priv-ileves.
ileves. priv-ileves. Phone 568 between 7 and
9 in the evening. 28-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms.
- Apply 120 N. -Sanchez: 28rtf

DRESSMAKING Mme. Thiebaux, a
French dress maker, 215 -W. 5th
St., specialist in evening dresses
and lingerie. Will be pleased to
, serve the ladies of .Ocala in these
lines of work. 28-6t

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": That's what "Panama"
stands for in" Overalls,
. i Coveralls and Pants; all
.first-class work garments
for men. and boys'

UNION -MADE
Made of best Indiigo Denim.
Rooftiy, easy-fitting and com-
f ortable ; seams double-stitched
; pockets re-inforced ; wide
suspetiders; rust-proof but buttons
tons buttons that stag on.
Ask your dealer for Pan Panama,"
ama," Panama," the work clothes with
the iron -clad TK
guarantee.

Kalin Mfg. Co -ZT,
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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

REDDICK
Reddick, Nov. 0. We are glad to
hay that there are some improvements
!eing; rrade in oar little town. Mr.
!?, h. Fr:day is re-covering his store.
Mr. II, G. Yongue is having his house
i epaired. There is also some general
repair work being done on the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church. The K. of P. are be beginning
ginning beginning at last to see their hopes
realized, for they have begun the con construction
struction construction of a hall which they have
longed for quite a while...
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thigpen, for for-meily
meily for-meily of Fail-field, but now of Miami,
v.ere pleasant callers here Saturday
n;ght for a short while.
Mr. and Mrs. .Fitzpatrick of Indiana,-
stopped hre Saturday night en
route to Orlando,, and perhaps other
points in South Florida, where they
will visit before returning to : their
home in Indiana.
. Mr. J. W. Core made a flying trip
to Gainesville Saturday afternoon.
.. Messrs. J. J. Johnson and J. A. Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy of Bartow, are visiting relatives
here for a few days:
Quite a number of our folks attend attended
ed attended the fair in Ocala last week.
Mrs. R. W. Ferguson and sons, and
Miss Sarah Ferguson, were guests of
lDr. R. D. Ferguson and family last
Thursday, Thanksgiving day.
Mr. Henry Sherouse is" visiting his
daughter,' Mrs. R. L. Denham and

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LOCATION AND PRONE NOTK1E

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Dr. F. E. McClane is now locateo
t: Commercial Bank build'.ng. OfB:r
piione 54-1 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf

The new December Victor Records
on. sale today h. The BOOK SHOP. 3t

' Thi is a Studebaker year.
Flacpnettes perfumery, all

I Prone 284. Court Pharmacy.

CORDREY'S Transfer is on the job
Jay and night. Moving- household

furniture and baggage our special

ies." Once tried, always used. Phone

,S4. Lm E. Cordrey, Prop. 16-lm

FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab

bage and Big Boston lettuce plants,

25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou

sand, f.' o. b. Ocala. C. H.-Cooner,

746 Wyomina stret, fihone 389,

Ocala, Fla. 16-tf

IfEMSTITCHING At Sinjrer 'Sewing
Machine office. No. 2 .Fort King
Ave. Mail orders returned same day

as received. 28-tf

MULES Ten pair four year old
, matched mules, will vreifeh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; -price

three hundred and fifty to four hun

dred and fifty a pair. Anthony

Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf

SHOE REPAIRINp Why discard

your' old shoes wjjfen a small amount
of repairs will make them as good

as new for all practical purposes?

Work neatly executed on short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used. A.

B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave

nue. 11-8-lm

FOR SALE Just received a carload

of cedar posts, large i.nd small

Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old

Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf

BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When iV
need of any kind of hauling, give

us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
. Charges reasonable. Phone 163 and

117. 28-tf

The new December Victor Records

on sale today at The BOOK SHOP. 3t

This is a Studebaker year
The second trial of.R. C. Manning,

charged with having. liquor in his

possession, in county judge's court,
resulted in a mistrial.

A complete line of Gilbert Toys at

THE GIET SHOP, Harrington Hall

ccmer. l-3t

Odd rckersTor--ihe home make

most desirable holiday gifts, and we

have an elegant line at" attractive

prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men 30-tf

V Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery today. Phone 360X.2t

Mrs. Wilbur Smith and; children
have gone to Sanf ord, fcvhere they
wil join Mr. Smith and make that
city their future home.

Do Your Christmas Shopping NOV
At the Style Headquarters
Mallory Hats Crosset Shoes
Sweaters Umbrellas
Thermo Coats Traveling Goods
Riding Trousers Hunting Boots
Neck Wear Mufflers Gloves
Silk Shirts Bath Robes
Boys' Suits, two jpairs Knickers
' These are only a few items of cur vast stock
mbdeh tve have pat in for the holiday trade

The new' December Victor Records
on sale today at The BOOK SHOP." 3t

This is a Studebaker year. tf
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Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let

us prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t J

The city authorities have removed
the extra concreta traffic cop on the
northeast corner of the public square.
For which our autoists are grateful.

Personal Christmas cards to be en engraved
graved engraved at THE GIFT SHOP. l-3t

Call phone i08 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

W. E. Crosby, who slashed up Pres Preston
ton Preston Rooth, both colored, was heard in
county judge's court and bound over
to await action of the grand jury.

New tally cards and auction score
pads at THE BOOK SHOP. .l-3t

We sell the famous Alabama Inde Inde-structible
structible Inde-structible Dolls. Call and see -the
large line on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 1-tf

Miss Margaret Dunn of Chicago,
who has been visiting Mrs S. Bland
Ware, has gone to Umatilla for a visit
with Mrs. Ware's .sister, Miss Rae
Dent, before returning to her home in
Chicago.

Get your .Christmas cards and seals
at THE GIFT SHOP. J-3t

' Salt n illot, already scaled, at the
City Fiuh Market. 24-tf

FOR SALE Two cut down Fords,
.cheap for cash. Apply to J. F.
Winer, phone 237. 30-6t

odors.
16-6t

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FOR SALE-i-Excellent refciil business
in Ocala; stock will inventory about
$9000; fixtures approximately $500.
Good cash business. Terms half
- cash, balance in one, two and three
.years. Owner wants to enter an-
, other line." Books will be shown to
anyone meaning business to prove
that it is a money maker. Address
"Opportunity," care Star, Ocala,
Fla. 12-l-3t 4

WANTED Position as track driver
or general mechanic by; two young
men with experience in this line.
Reference if desired. Apply to Don Donald
ald Donald Knox, at, Florida House. l3t
LOST Thursday, Nov; 17,' eyeglasses

in black'case; has pink polisher in
case from Dr. K. J. Weflie. Suitable
reward for return to F. W. Ditto,
Ocala. 12-l-3t

Personal Christmas cards fo be en engraved
graved engraved at THE GIFT SHOP, Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall corner l-3t

.Baked beans and brown bread at
barter's Bakery today. Phone 360X. 2t

Mrs. John Good was hostess last
night to 'the Wednesday evening auc auction
tion auction club, entertaining the members
at the home of Mrs.'E.G. Lindner.
Two tables of players enjoyed the
evening. Miss Edith Williams made
the highest score, andnvas presented
with a box of stationery. Mrs. J. Xl.
Parrish was the winner 6f the club
prize and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
was given the booby, a laundry list
Ice cream, cake, coffee and mints were
served by the hostess.

FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
fcr light housekeeping, 24 Ray St
Mrs. Geo. S. Turner. l-3t

FOR SALE Six room modern house;
lights, bath and sewer connection;
on nice lot close in for less than
cost of building. Address, .."Bar .."Bargain,"
gain," .."Bargain," care Star. -12-2-12t

FOR RENT Mrs. Frank Lytle's fur furnished
nished furnished house now vacant. Apply
at 615 Sanchez St., at once. 2-tf

Get your Christmas cards and seals
at THE GIFT SHOP, Harrington Hall
corner. l-3t

Get your Christmas cards and seals
at THE GIFT SHOP, Harrington Hall
corner. . l-3t

Cake, candy and lancy work for
sale on the Ocala House porch at 10
o'clock Saturday, Dec. 3rd, by the
ladies of the Catholic church. 25-6t

Lucy Row was before Judge Futch
this morning for shooting up John
Henry Nelson. Lucy is colored and
John is black. Lucy has been cook cooking
ing cooking for Johnv Henry but decided to
cook for another person. It is re reported
ported reported that John Henry met Lucy on
the public highway and grabbed her
and, among other things, said he
wanted to know what she was going
to do, and know "right now." Lucy
showed hira right then. She plugged

Pay us a visit and let us save you $ $
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company
y Y. M. B. O. D.
" Style Headquarters

him twice with her little gun. John

Henry let Lucy loose and Lucy's at attorney
torney attorney says the jury also will let her
loose. Lucy is held in $300 for the
grand jury.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto, Mr. and
Mrs. Portwood and Mr. J. IL Frazier
of Versailles, Ky., are expected to ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala in a few days for the
winter. As has been their custom for
several years, they will have rooms
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. Moore.

In order to speed up collections, on
all billspaid to us on Saturday and
Monday, we will allow two (2) per
cent, discount. Get your check book
out and make two per cent. O. K.
TEAPOT GROCERY. 2t

The King's Daughters wish to ex express
press express their thanks for the generous
Thanksgiving gifts that were given
them for the benefit of the poor, espe especially
cially especially to the union service for money
and the Episcopal church for food and
money, the school for donations and
those individuals who so "kindly contributed.

Smpke Don Rey. That good cigar.

New tally cards and auction score
pads at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t

An unfortunate accident occurred
yesterday morning at the primary
school. Just as the truck that brings
the children from Silver Springs
drove up to. the schoolhouse, one of
the little girls, the daughter of Mr.
Frank Gray, "started to jump out and
slipped and fell. Jbe truck passed
over her leg, breaking it The acci accident
dent accident is regrettable, but unfortunately
children never realize the danger of
jumping from moving vehicles.

A good bargain is to get what you
want when you want it at a reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains when it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf

- Personal Christmas cards to be en engraved
graved engraved at THE GIFT SHOP.- l-3t

Mr. George Chambers, who has
been in the public health service hos hospital
pital hospital at Greenville, is expected home
this afternoon. His mother, Mrs. M.

G. Chambers, has taken rooms .at the-i

Wayne hotel, where she and- her son
will be located.

4 SERVICE -j TRY

PHONE 71

Simmons' GARAGE

TEE PEEMI

TIRE

30x3 nonskid 8.00
30x3 no skid ....$10.00
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
..... Jas. Engcsser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533
."-k. - ".

lARMRS, EXCHANGE STO

fin

Merchant Block Phone 163 Ocala, FIori-v

CCf! n Ii; Try It-it is a hard voheat tlanr

as any end less in price

Three packages
for
AH former 20c pkgs.
Crackers
Tafl Pink
Salmon
Campbell's Soup t
per can..
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar...
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,

per dozen
Cherry Eell Flour
24 lb. sack..
Cherry Eell Flour
12 lb. sack......

Sauer's S. B. Flour

24 lb. sack.

Sauer's Self Rising
Flcur, 12 lb. sack
C. Gold Self Rising

Flour, 12 lb sack

20c
15c

. 15c
-12c
. 45 c
... 8c
. 21c
".: 55 c
$ X 35
65c

!?$1.10

55c
65c

C. Gold S. R. C?1 OC
Flour, 24 lb. sackVl-"

30 c
30c
30c

Senate Coffee
per pound

UNEED-JS and all former

10c pkgs Crackers..
Argo
Salmon
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle....
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle....
Reddick Peanut Batter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,
large
Evaporated Miik,
large, per dozen.
Evaporated Milk,

Quart cans
cf Syrup..........
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half po'ond tins....
One pound cf
good Tea

Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen; .
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Qjart jars
of Horn.
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Balk Syrup
per gallon..........
Bulk Syrup
per quart

40c

8c

30c
75c
65c
40 c
30 c
15c
1.70
7c
80c
25c
95 c
65c
15c
60c
15c

Pcrisa Feed f:r Coirs, Chickens c-l Horses. Free Delivery-

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