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
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight; Sunday increasing cloudiness, probably rain in north portion. Little change in temperature.
TEM PERATURE3 ThU morning 54; this afternoon, 74.
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THE 1EG0TIATIQNS
Delegates from Japan Await Instruc Instructions
tions Instructions from Tokitji Before Tie Tie-sum
sum Tie-sum in g the Deliberations
Washington, Dec. 3. (Associated
Press) Negotiations in the naval
radio question were practically at a
standstill today while the Japanese
delegates awaited further work from'
.Tokio. Today, the results 'of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's conference between the princi principal
pal principal American, British and Japanese
delegates were under study by the
Japanese cabjnet and diplomatic ad advisory
visory advisory council. i
CHINA GAINS SEVERAL POINTS
Washington, Dec. 3,. (Associated
Press).- Another important jxint in
the far eastern discussions of the
" armament conference was won today
by China in the committee of nine
powers, Great Britain, Japan and
France agreeing to retire from much
of the leased territory of China. The
Japanese representatives, it was said,
agreed to give up their leased terri territorial
torial territorial holdings in Shantung and are
also reported as offering to discuss
retirement frcm their special terri territorial
torial territorial privileges m Manchuria. France
expressed willingness to retire from
Kwan Chow Wai, French leased terri territory.
tory. territory. Great Britain followed with $
proffer to give up British leased ter territory
ritory territory in Wei Hai Wei.
MONEY IS PLENTIFUL.
AND COI LECTIONS GOOD
Occasionally the street corner or
courthouse square habitue is heard to
remark that "times -are hard." All
indications at the sources from which
"hard times' 'are judged are just the
opposite. Th a banks in Marion county
are carrying larger deposits than was
the case last year at thU time. Coun County
ty County Tax Collector W. Stripling in informs
forms informs the Star that the November
collections in this office far exceeded,
those of November las,t year. Seyeraj
,ol the leading business houses in the
city when asked how collections were
coming in report them normal or 'bet 'better.
ter. 'better. So, just wher the eryofhard
"times ha3 its justification is hard to
find.
MASONIC 31EETING
- The meeting of loeal and visiting;
Masons, conf ering degrees on eandi.
dates and the "concluding supper serv
ed by the Eastern Star, in this city,
the evening of the first, was a most
pleasant' and instructive occasion.
The attendance was large, tfterf
being present 428 Masonic brethren,
a full force from the home lodge, old
reliable Marion-Dunn No. 19, F. & A.
M., with visifbrs from Dunnellon, Mc Mc-Jfitosh,
Jfitosh, Mc-Jfitosh, Beljeview, Fort McCoy arjd,
several other places, iff. "A. C. Blgw
T presided. An unusually large
pumber of past mastera was present.
Jpffsrs. Mack Taylor, C. W. WJiite
and Guy Miller were admitted to the
third degree; this degree -was alsp
conferred on Mr. G. B- Overton, &t tfce
request of his old home lodge in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. The lecture to the new members
was finely delivered by that veteran
Mason, F. J. Titcomb, and the charge
was most impressively made by Roy
- V. Ott.
. Past master jewels were presented
ta Messrs. Lester Lucas a$4" p. C.
Veb. The presentai;ipn was mads
by Mr. C. A. Tremere, who at tlje
same time delivered an impressive
talk. ;. V; ., i ' :
Ater the busipesg meeting an the
work, the lodge was called from labor
fce refreshment- This was in the form
of an elegant supper prepared and
served by the members of the Eastern
Star. Quail formed the piece de re-
- sistance. The Masonic brethren had
gone out in the forests and fields and
gathered in the birds with their
trusty shotguns and. the Eastern
Star's solid phalanx of AJ housekeep housekeepers
ers housekeepers put them in succulent shape. Witl
the quail were oyster cocktails, sala
and substantial, orange ice," coffee
and cake.
jie, evening was only another in instance
stance instance of the fact that for instruction,
and, enjoyment, nothing pan excel the.
- Jdasons when they try,
' Mr. E. C. Beuchler arrived home to
day from a two weekis trip to Wiscon.
sin. He brought home with him i
car of fine Holstein cattle, which he
purchased while away.
A varied tine of piirlqr sets nof en.
pisplay here. They are serviceable
uprto-the-minute, and selling at very
reasonable prices. Let us show yon
the line. Theu3 Bros, The Furniture
Men. ; r SO-tf
One Ford roadster track will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 2J32. 26-tf

FRANCE IMS 110
CROOK FEHANCIER

Chas. W. Morse Informed That
Room is Preferable to His
Company.
His
Paris, Dec. 3. Associated Press).
The. French ministery of the interior
today issued an order, denying Chas.
W. Morse the right to land in France
and requesting him to return to the
United States on the first available
steamer, which would be the Paris,
sailing Monday from Havre.
ORDERED BACK TO AMERICA
Washington, Dec. 3. Morse was
directed by Attorney General Daugh Daugh-erty
erty Daugh-erty today to sail Monday from Havre
back to the United States.
ACQUITTED ON THE
GROUND OF INSANITY
(Associated Press)
Orlando, Dec. 3. Lena Clarke is
held in the Orange county jail today
following the verdict of not guilty by
reason of insanity, returned late yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the jury which tried her on
the charge of murdering Miltimore

Baxter .Patterson, tried jointly withjthat they not really offer the op-

Miss Clarke on the same charge, was
acquitted without reservation. Judge
Andrews, ordered Miss Clarke held in
jail until he could determine his fu future
ture future action. She cannot be committed
to the asylum until a commission
passes on hep sanity,
"I would rather be hanged and
buried here -; than go to Chattahoo Chattahoochee,"
chee," Chattahoochee," Miss Clarke told a newspaper
man today. "I would ratherjbe dead
than judged insane. If I had killed
Miltimore and known what I was do doing,
ing, doing, I would have-turned the pistol on
myself, foreseeing the end."
.She was nearer a breakdown this
morning than at f.ny time during her
period in jail. A member of the jury
which tried the case said today the
verdict was reached- on the first hal-.
lot. Judge AnderspTi expected to
announce at two o'clock this afternoon
hi3 decision as to the disposition of
Miss Clarke,
ARBUCKLE PROBABLY
WJLL. BE ACQUITTED
(Associated Press) v
San Fraiicisco, pec. 3, The jury
considering, the evidence submitted in
the trial of Arbuckle on a charge of
manslaughter ip connection with the
death of MUs. Virginia Rappe, return
ed to the jury room from its hotel at
ten o'clock this morning. The jury
took the case shortly after four yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon 2lt$ wa? locked up
at 11 o'clock. Rumors were current
ast night that the jury, composed of
seven men and five women, stood elev eleven
en eleven to one for acquittal.
SELLING CHRIS JMAS SEALS
The chairmen from the different
churche (or the -ale of Christmas
seals are as follows: Methodist, Mrs.
G. W. Mrtip; Episcopal, Mrs. H. A A-Da,
Da, A-Da, vies; Cftthglip, Mrs. L- Knight;
Baptist, M1; J. Q- Parrish; Christian,
Mrs. E. H. Martin. Chairman for the
Woman'i Club, Mrs. R, J. Perkins.
These ladies will be in -charge of
booths located at the Court Pharm
acy and the postoffice. Mrs. Ed Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael has had chgrge o the' square,
tne business nouses, noteig ana Danss,
Letters cave been sent to some, out
the people of Ocala and vicinity haye
not been touched by the chairman, so
it is possible for everyone to help m
the crusade agains tuberculosis
thropgh the chairpfin named above
Miss Margaret Taylor, chairman of
the Ocala and Marion county schools.
So if you have not bought through
letters or one of these chairmen, the
opportunity is presented for you to
help a good cause.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
Chairman Marion County.
Mrs. 5. r. lioiimrake, wno came
over from Gainesville to' attend the
funeral of Mr. Kauffman, returned
home yesterday. While in Ocala, Mrs.
Hollinrake was the guest of Mrs. W.
W. Condon.
The new December Victor Records
on sale today at The BOOK SHOP. 3t
Mr. and Mrs. George Wenzel are
receiving congratulations on the birth
of a fine boy at the hospital this morn morning.'
ing.' morning.' ,"; ' "'
Th4s is a Studebaker year.
Test our delivery service when you
ant FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
A complete line of Gilbert Toys at
THE GIFT SHOP. l-3t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

GREAT CROWD OUT
TO SEE THE GAME

People from All Over Two States In
Jacksonville to Watch Florida
And 'North Carolina
; Play Football
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Dec. 3. Jacksonville
is in gala attire today in connection
with the post-season football game
this: afternoon between the University
of Florida and North Carolina. For Former
mer Former Tarheel residents of Jacksonville
hx hundreds planned to .witness the
game and the alumni and boosters of
Florida are here in large numbers.
ROBBING THE MAILS
NOT REMUNERATIVE
(Associated Press)
Kansas City, Mo.,. Dec. 2 Robbing
government trains is a dangerous and
unremunerative occupation, according
to Jo P. Johnston, postoflice inspec inspector
tor inspector here in charge of the Kansas City
district. Mr. Johnston admits that
registered mail robberies hjive been in
distinct vogue recently, but he insists
portunity target rich quick that those
who attempt them believe exists.
Rather, says Mr. Johnston, they of offer
fer offer a remarkable epportunity to get
killed or sent to prison quick. Then
he recites the fates that have over overtaken
taken overtaken many mail bandits.
"They all get killed or sent to
prison in the Jong run," he remarks,
"and usually it isn't such a very long
run, either."
Robbing the mails, the veteran
postoffice inspector says, probably
will be less attractive than ever since
the government has. stationed marine
guards on trains carrying valuable
mails, and provided escorts of "devil
dogs" for majl trucks and guards or
rooms where mail if handled. The in instruction
struction instruction given the marines are very
explicit. It is a guard's duty to know
who is authorized to handle mail, and
to allow no one else to handle it. It
is" his duty to know who is permitted
in the room or car were mail is
handled and to permit no .one ..else
there. It is his duty, in case any one
attempts to rob the mails, to vtake
that person,' dead or alive, or be able
to show a satisfactory reason why,
and the reason needs to be a good one.
"Under Secretary Denby's orders,"
snys Mr. Johnston "about the only
reason that is considered valid is that
the bandit has killed the marine first."
"There has been an epidemic of
mail robberies recently," Mr. John Johnston
ston Johnston continued. MI believe the reason
is that a lot of young fellows believe
there is easy money in large amounts
to be had. That is a mistake. Ordi Ordinarily
narily Ordinarily the loot- obtained from register registered
ed registered sacks is not easily negotiable, and
th -- bandit, even if he gets away with
it, gets a small proportion of the
Viilue cf the loot."
Misses Elizabeth Bennett and Ruth
Summons were selling seals and giv
ing smiles at the Court Pharmacy this
morning,
For fresh meat call phone 108. Ma'n
Street Market. . U
Mrs. J. M- Neely and children of
Sanford are here, the guests pf Mrs.
Neely's mother, "Mrs. Mayo. Mrs,
Neely is here to be near her husband,
who is under treatment at the Marion
County HospitaL
Get your Christmas eards and seals,
at THE GIFT SHOP, Harrington Hall
corner, l-3t
We regret to learn of an accident to
Mr. R. L. Harper, recently of this
city, now editor cf the Bunnel Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Mr. Harper, in his car, was
driving along the Dixie highway near
Fort Pierce, when his auto w;as struck
and knocked over by a bigger car. We
are glad to report that, tho' consider
ably shaken up, Bob is yet" able to
proceed under his own power.
Salt n iiy already scaled, at
City Fish Market. 24-tf
the
NAPIER GRASS
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
"isrs, chickens, etc. For 'plants and
iarticualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Jla, 17-tf
DAYS TO CHRISTMAS

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SUBJECT FOR SUNDAY

New Table of Commandments Issued
By Board of Temperance And
Moral JVelf are
, (Associated Press)'
New York, Dec. 3. A new table of
ten commandments, designed to train
boys and girls to kindness to God's
dumb creatures, was issued tody" by
the Presbyterian Board of Temper-
ance
and Moral Welfare.
In it, hunting, firhing and the rob
bing of birds' nests for sport are con condemned,
demned, condemned, as are attendance ai all
bloody sports, sudj as cock fighting,
live pigeon shoots, dog fights and bull
fighis- Coveting of furs and the plum plumage
age plumage of birds also is proscribed.
Supplementary rules of conduct,
issued with the "Commandments"
U!"ge children to refrain from going
to circuses or other shows where
trained animals are exhibited, assert asserting
ing asserting that such animals are "nearly al always
ways always cruelly treated and must live a
life of misery."
Here are the comandments, which
were drafted by William E. H. Wjent Wjent-zel.
zel. Wjent-zel. director of the board's depart department
ment department of humane education, and were
adopted by the board as a guide to
children and to grown-ups, too:
1. I. am the Lord thy God who
made every living creature after his
kind and gave man dominion over my
works, wherefore thou shalt be guard guardian
ian guardian over beast, bird and cattle, and to
them thou shalt be in- my place.
2. Thou shalt not delight thyself
in graven images but rather in ten tender
der tender mercies to those who depend on
thy guardianship. Thou shalt not lay
blame or punishment unwarranted
upon them who know not wrong, who
cannot speak for themselves and who
have no means of asserting their
rights, wherefore thou art to them
the adjudicator of righteousness in
their midst, for I the Lord thy God
am a jealous God, remembering thy
unfaithfulness and thy cruelties to all
my creatures and visiting the errors
of thy way upon thy children down
through the generations, in that thou
hast set a bad example unto them and
hast by word and by deed led them
to disrespect justice and mercy in
dealing with my defenseless creatures.
3. Thou shalt not curse thine cat
tle nor inflict vengeance upon any of
God's creatures for the Lord will not
holm him guiltless who disregards his
creation,
4. Remember the sabbatical rights ;
of my creatures and practice them
sacredly. Every beast of burden and ;
- .
every animal m thy service shall
have its dav and fitting seasons of
rest whereby the drudge of toil in thy
service may be comfortably mingled
with the oy of living. With reason
and consideration thou shalt assign
their tasks and with equal care thou j
shalt provide food, rest, succor, mercy
and those things which -make for the
natural joy of living.
5. Honor and respect thy guard
ianship over the animals which have
been Jhy faithful servants and desert
them not in an evil day; for by so
doing thou mayest prolong thy days
and increase thy joys in the land
which the Lord thy God giveth thee.
6. Thou s.haH,not kill, for the joy
killing; for sport in hunting; for
contest in skill: cr. for selfish gain.
For the righteous man regardeth the
life of his beast,
7. "Thou shalt not commit thyself
to the lusts of bloody contests nor
seek to. look yjpon the cock-fight, the
live pigeon-shoot, the bull-fight and
all such atrocious acts.
8. Thou shalt not steal, destroy, or
take, unto thyself selfishly or wan wantonly
tonly wantonly that which belongs to the com
fort and needs of thy animals.
9, Thou shalt not bear false wit witness
ness witness for paltry gain to thyself where
by God's creatures suffer hunger, an
guish or torture.
Let the testimony

Too Busy?

Too busy to go to church Sunday?
Some day the angel of death will
tap your shoulder. You cannot put
. him off.
Why not cultivate theipiritual side
of your nature?
The old commandment: "Six days

shalt thou labor and do all thy work; but the seventh
day is a Sabbath' was intended for you. Cold-blooded
economists tell vis that men who rest on Sunday do
the most work.
There i a seat for you in this church. Come Sunday.
Remember the SaHxxzh to keep it taly. In if
thou shalt tux do arrj uwrJu'
First Presbyterian Church
W. F. Creson, Pastor

ASSASSUi OF KAOER

ARRESTED HI ITALY
Cleveland Detectives, After
Search, Caused Vittorio
selli's Capture
a Long
Pis-
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, O., Dec. 3 Vittorio Pis Pis-sclli,
sclli, Pis-sclli, said to have stabbed to death
Daaniel Kaber, wealthy Lakewood
publisher, two years ago, has been ar
rested in Italy, according to work re
ceived here from two Cleveland de detectives.
tectives. detectives. As there is no extradition
treaty between the United States and
Italy for a capital offense, Pisselli
probably will be. tried in that country.
MYSTERIOUS KILLING OF
ALABAMA INSURANCE MAN
(Associated Press)
Eufaula, Ala., Dec. 3. J. S. Wil
cox, aged b, of Lirmmgham, state
agent for an insurance company,, was
found dead here today under circum
stances indicating murder. Wilcox
arrived here last night from Birming
ham. Bruises on the head and throat
indicated he had been struck and
choked. The body was found on a
bluff about four blocks from the heart
cf the city.
AMERICAN ENGINEERS
SAVE BIG SHIP AGAIN
(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 2. For J,he second
time within three years, American
engineering skill Las- triumphed over
obstacles tending to prevent the giant
steamship Leviathan, the former jride
of Germany's merchant fleet, from
going to sea.
The first time was in 1917, when the
great 54.000 ton liner interned here at
the beginning mi the war, was wilful
ly damaged by her own engineers to
prevent her from being used as a
transport for American and allied sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers.
- American engineers repaired the
damage and made her ready for a
trip within a few weeks. Her record
for the'war was 19 voyfcges on which
she carried going and coming 184,253
American soldiers. Signing of the
armistice laid her up.
Then the United States shipping
board, her custodian for the United
States government, "began to plan to
restore her to the trans-Atlantic trade
as the premier American passenger
liner, t lttmg her for troops had
stripped her of her former palatial
i : i j 1 TM
,cao!.is, saioons ana uining nans, mese
had to be restored.
Under plans now prepared for the
bidders she will be entirely restored
as befitting -her size. The grandeur
oi her original great dining saloons,
launges, smoke rooms and libraries
will be retained and improved upon upon-An
An upon-An immense tiled and marbled plunge
bath with accompanying rooms for
Turkish, electric and other baths will
be one of her attractions. Suites once
designed as personal quarters for his
former imperial majesty the emperor
of Germany will be retained but sug suggestions
gestions suggestions of royalty will be replaced
bj luxurious fittings desired by mod modern
ern modern democracy. ."
Who will operate the Leviathan
when restored to serviec and under
which houseflag 3he will sail is yet to
be determined by the shipping board.
of thy guardianship be atiove thy lust
for gain
10. Thou shalt not cevet ihe bird's
plumage, nor the animal's fur; tho
shalt not eovet the robin's nest nor
her young by her side, nor the pigeon
on the freedom of the air, nor the
deer the joy of his lair.
A complete liBe of Gilbert Toys at
THE GIFT SHOP, Harrington Hall
j ccmer. i--S

!SHE HAD SELECTED

HER SEVEIITEEOTI
Only Government Interference Pre
vented Mrs. Drexler From Towing
a Blushing Sailor to the AUar
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 3. Federal agents
broke up Mrs. Helen Drexler's mat
nmomal government allotment plan
just as she was making plans to
marry her seventeenth husband in
three years, according to her story to
day to a Secret Service man. "Dear
me," she said, "I can't remember all
the names. I came to Chicago and
married three sailors in quick succes succession.
sion. succession. Albert Drexler of Camp Grant,
a soldier, was the sixteenth. I had a
sailor picked out for the next but
your agents arrested me."
WINTER PARK COLLEGE
HAS LOST DOCTOR WARD
(Associated Press)
Winter Park, Dec. 3. It became
known today that Dr. George Morgan
Ward, president of Rollins College
here, has resigned. No announce announcement
ment announcement was made regarding his future
plans.
AMERICAN PROHIBITION
ENDORSED BY AUSTRIA
" (Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 2. A message to the
American people from the president
of the republic of Austria urging the
United States to stand by prohibition
was given out here by Virgil G. Hin Hin-shaw,
shaw, Hin-shaw, chairman of the prohibition na
tional committee. Mr. Hinshaw has
just returned from Europe, where
this word was watrusted to him by
President D. M Hanisch, himself a
strong prohibitionist. :
Prof, Mozaryk, president of the re
public of Czecho-Slovakia, and Dr.
Hanisch have both placed themselves
at the head of national organizations
for prohibition in their countries, Mr.
Hinshaw announced. He reported he
had aided in the formation of these
organizations and that in each case
the chief executive of the nation had
accepted the leadership of the prohi
bition movement.
President Hanisch in. his signed
message said:
"My message to America' is this:
Stand by prohibition, enforce the law,
because in proportion as you enforce
it, there will be a decrease in crim criminality,
inality, criminality, pauperism, insanity, and the
other things that make for ill in hu human
man human society.
"I regard the eighteenth amend amendment
ment amendment to the federal constitution of the
United States of America as one of
the greatest and most far reaching
pieces of legislation ever enacted by
any nation of the civilized world.
"Having been taught by a "good
mother fioin my earliest youth to ab
stain from intoxicants of all kinds and
rom tobacco, a rule of life which I
ave followed to this day, I have ever
teen the unrelenting foe of alcohol in
all its forms as a beverage, and trust
that at no distant day Austria will
follow the United States in the unl
oading of an incubus, so destructive
of human life and property.
"We are thankful to America for
the help she. is giving us in the pro providing
viding providing of food fox starving children,
and we thank the World Prohibition
Federation, with. iU constituent bod
ies, including the Methodist Church
Temperance Society., and the Prohibi Prohibition
tion Prohibition Foundation for the help they are
giving os in the furnishing of eaeana
or the dissemination of facta about
alcohol.
"We realize more and more than
the world is one great family. Let us
help one another when help is needed."
PIRACY CONGENIAL TO
GERMAN EX-NAVAL OFFICERS
(Associated Press)
Stockholm, Dec 2. Rum-running
into Sweden' from Germany has de developed
veloped developed into something like a public
scandal, say Swedish newspapers. The
broken nature of the coast line and
the thousands of small islands dot dotting
ting dotting the sea approaches are all in fa
vor of smuggling enterprises.
The craft engaged in this trade axe
generally small, fast-sailing schoon
ers, captained as a rule by ex-officers
of the imperial German navy. Many
of the skippers bear names well
known in the records of submarine
activity. Their daring and exper experience
ience experience makes it very difficult for Swed Swedish
ish Swedish coastguards to stop them.
The new December Victor Eeco:rds
on tale today at The BOOK SHOP. 2t
Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter'? Bakery today. Phone 260X 2
. Read the want ads,

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Willing to Do Ar.jthing Bat Hop t2e
Government Will Provide
Thera With Work
(Associated Press)
Detroit, Dec. 3. The two-day na
tional convention of unemployed, cail cail-tvi
tvi cail-tvi with the intent of arousing public
pinion in behalf of men and women
out of work to the end that government-aid
might be given, opened here
today. Two proposed relief measures
are on the program for discussion.
These were the extension cf aid to un unemployed
employed unemployed by the government and na nationalization
tionalization nationalization of "some basic industry
in order that work tnight be appor-
tionedamong a greater number of
persons.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 3. Normal tem
perature and generally fair weather,
except rains Monday and again about
Thursday, is the forecast for Florida
the week beginning Sunday.
SHADY
Shady, Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Ley and children and Mr. E. II.
Douglas of Jacksonville, spent a few
days here last week, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Douirlas and familv.
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek and Mrs.
Johnson of Ocala, hunted squirrels
and birds out here Friday afternoon,
but the game had been frightened and
some killed and Dr. and Mrs. Peek
were somewhat disappointed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coggins and
family of Weirsdale, spent the day
Sunday at Spring Hill.
Mr. William Johns has returned
from Starke and reports his mother
much better. i
Mr. B. J. Woods of W'eirsdale, spent
Thanksgiving week with his family
here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Redding visited
relatives at Charter Oak Sunday.
Mr. J. M. Douglas, always a wel
come visitor, was here Saturday aft
ernoon and made lots of little hearts
(and big ones, too) glad by leaving
some nice, sweet oranges.
Miss Carrie Mae Burry spent the
Thanksgiving holidays at her home
Orange Lake.
Mr. George Buhl "lost" his back
cushion out of his Ford at the flr
grounds Monday evening while he
was busy helping fix up the Shady
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knoblock and
children of Martin and Mrs. J. J.
Knoblock of Eastlake, visited rela relatives
tives relatives here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. L. A. Jones has rented the J.
A. Manly farm and will move his
family there next wcrk.
Mr. and Mrs. E rate her and family, -who
now live on the Dunnellon road,
will in a few days move on the Cog Cog-gins
gins Cog-gins farm here. y
booth. It seems that it was "lifted"
for keeps, as he has not been able to
get it back.
Rev. Calvin of Brooksville preached
I here Monday evening, coming over
from Anthony with Rev. Boatwright.
The Shady B. Y. P. U. has accepted
an invitation to render a program st
the' Anthony Baptist church the sec-
ond Sunday evening in December.
This union acknowledges an invita invitation
tion invitation to go to Oklawaha Bridge church
end put on a program and will accept
at some early date.
Mr. C P. Priest returned Susday
afternoon from Anthony, where ha
spent a pleasant half-week holiday
last week.
Shady is much gratified over the
community booth contest at the fair
and the committee wishes to thank
each one who helped or contributed Li
any way toward making it so good aa
it was. "We hereby in the presence
of all these witnesses' challenge
SumuierSeld to enter her exhibits
next year and compete with cs. All
we ask is for her to stay in bounds
just Sammerfield and if we don't
win, well give them a most interest interesting
ing interesting race for first prize. What about
it, Summerfi eld? Ey "we." we mesa
this and other communities, but most mostly
ly mostly "this, see?
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clyburn of Sam-'
merfield, were callers here Friday
mornmg.
Mr. G. C. Greene and Mr. Davis cf
Ocala, were business visitors here
Wednesday afternoon.
Messrs. L. A. Jones, F. C Barr.es,
S. Holland, S. L. Redding and ethers
are at Lake Weir this vreek working:
in the range industry there.
Personal Christmas eards to be en engraved
graved engraved at THE GIFT SHOP. 1-Ct
Call phone iua wnea yog want groc groceries
eries groceries la a tsurry.'Uain Street Llsrbrt.
Smoke Don F.ey. That good c'.xr.



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HUNDRED, DOLLARS WANTED
I want a hundred dollars to grow a
Chii'lmaS-tree for the Girls' Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School. The school deesrves
that little token of appreciation from
its friends in Ocala and elsewhere. It
has made a fine record since last
Christmas. It has been visited by
people who are experts in sociological
improvement, and they have' pro pronounced
nounced pronounced the institution the best they
ever. saw. Undoubtedly much of the
' success of the school is due to the
'attitude taken toward it by the people
cf Ocala and Marion county. The
' scholars feel "that they .live among a
friendly people. And they have re-
' 6 onded to the friendship.
them a good Christinas tree will be
". further testimony to which they will
further 'respond. The girls are not
' in need of material comforts. The
state of Florida v has provided for
' them. Nevertheless, Christmas can cannot
not cannot be to them what! it is to the girls
at home and the girls in other schools.
fc Not for them the we&ks of happy an-
ticipation, the final day of leaving,
the arrival, "at home, the greeting of
"relatives and friends and the merry merry-'
' merry-' making of the Christmas time. Somie
unsympathetic people will say this is
'no hardship. But those who can and
will remember back to their early
"'days can understand that to youth
this is a heartbreaking: trial. Ocala
has 'plenty it will take but a mite
apiece to bring some of the holiday
happiness of home to these children
"who 'dwell by our; gates ;
I want a hundred dollars, but I:
.can use twice the amount. There are
"" forty-two girls in the. school and each
"one should have a,t least a big box of
"candy' and some of the dainty knick
. knacks dear to the heart ; of every
girl.' 'I'll head the list with a couple
"of 'dollars, and if any man wants to
see me and go me twenty better it
f will be all right, for the vschool will
"take the entire pot. I'll accept any
'Amount from twenty-five cents up. to
twenty-five dollars, but my favorite
' contribution is a dollar; because dol dol-'
' dol-' lars are so easy to count. The money
will be given to the s uperintendent to
spend for the girls as she thinks best,
and I will account for every cent.
' My ante is on tab table who is
coming in. J. II. Benjamin.
. ... . .;
Don Mclver; that large and large large-1
1 large-1 hearted man, was the first to chip in.
" Mr.' Mac thinks a whole lot of the
school. That genial person, J. G.
Lege, only needed a hint. Charlie
5 Peyser who likes a Christmas tree as
"well as any iboy in ; knickerbockers,
beamed all oyer his face as he handed
'tT'over a bean. .When Harry Borland
saw me coming, he just peeled a bill
-'ofT his roll and slipped it to me with
' nary a question. He will know what
' it Is for when' he reads this.
Now there are ix dollars in the pot
;and ninety-four more will fill it. If
you don't see me, send it to me.
' HELP TO ENSURE
HEALTH AT HOME
The Christmas seals campaign this
"year should be well '. supported, for
the money will, if sufficient is contrib-
.. uted, be used at home.
There are known to be forty-nine
cases of tuberculosis in Marion coun coun-ty
ty coun-ty and "nine of these are children of
school age.
If three thousand .....dollars worth of
Christmas seals are sold, the money
wilf go, to employing a skilled nurse,
who will go all around the county,
giving attention and expert advice to
all now under the shadow of the white
' death and their relatives and friends,
and, also giving instruction wherever
possible to the jSeople to help them in
avoiding the faults and misfortune
that lead to infection from the ter terrible
rible terrible disease.
Long years ago, consumption was
believed 'to be the will of God; later
U" was "'almost as faithfully believed
to be hereditary, but reason has set
jadde the first theory and science has
refuted the second Medical men now
teach that the disease is the result of
'conditions 'that "knowledge and care
may avoid, and that at the same time
it 5 rnfop-ione, tvt with a contacion

that the same precautions can guard
.
Some years ago the state board of

htal'.h mair.tained nurses
for
this
well remembered tor her care and
devotion for the sick in this district district-Polities
Polities district-Polities and. the war caused the work
to be dscontinued. When, if ever,
the state will resume it is not knowrij
but there is no need for the people to
wait and risk lives. They can have
the help at once, and for no more,
if as much, than they would pay in
taxes for the state to superintend the
work.:
If everybody w;Il buy some Christ Christmas
mas Christmas seals, the money will be in hand
before Christmas eve.
PRAISE FROM A BIG
NATIONAL PUBLICATION
The Manufacturers' Record, Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, in ite issue of Dec. 1st, says:
"Ocala and -Marion county, Fla.f are
most attractively illustrated and de de-sci
sci de-sci ibed in a pamphlet issued by the
Marion County Board of Trade, Ocala,
Fla. As one in thumbing the pages
sees illustrations of inviting road's,
beautiful homes and well-paved
streets, prosperous farms and groves,
rolling lands, lakes, river and recrea recreation
tion recreation views and reads of the advan advantages
tages advantages to be found he can not help but
agree with -the statement that it is
truly 'a land of delight' and of pros prosperity."
perity." prosperity."
INFORMATION FOR VOTERS
In the coming city election you will
not vote by-ward3, but for. the entire
city.
The voting place is at the city hall;
the polls wiIlvopen at eight o'clock in
the morning and remain open until
sundown.
You will vote for one candidate for
mayor and three candidates for alder
man.
You must not suppose because you
live in iiic in at- ui luc uiixa waiu uiat
you vote only for a candidate in the
ward you live in, or- because you live
i: the second or fourth ward you do
not vote at all. If you are a qualified

To givepoterj you have the right to vote, no

matter what ward you live in, and
you have the right to vote for .an
alderman from any ward and the al
derman at large.
Understand? '
Vote for a candidate for mayor
Dr. Peek or Mr. Themas. :
;Vote for a candidate for councilman
from the first ward Dr. Henry or,Mr.
Winer.
Vote for, a councilman from the
third ward Mr. Pedrick or Mr. Mc Mc-Iver.
Iver. Mc-Iver. ..
Vote for alderman at large Mr. E.
H. Martin; he is the only candidate
OCALA ODD FELLOWS
VISITED INVERNESS
. On the evening of the first, a dele delegation
gation delegation jof Odd Fellows from Toiula
Lodge of Ocala visited Inverness and
assisted the members of Growing
City Lodge of that pretty and flour flourishing
ishing flourishing town to confer the lessons of
;he first and second degrees on a class
of four. ;
Growing City Lodge is aptly named.
Like its town it is steadily building
up. C. B. Boatr'ight is noble grand,
H. Warnock vice grand, W. J.
Moon treasurer and our hardworked
state attorney, Geo. W. Scofield, en encroaches
croaches encroaches on his own time to discharge
the duties of the ofike of secretary,
which we can tell the world is no sine sine-eure.
eure. sine-eure. The lodge meets once a week,
sharing the use of the large and con conveniently
veniently conveniently arranged Masonic -hall. The
class of candidates was made up of
A. M. Smith, J. E. Mullin, Harry
White and Elmer Daniel. The les lessons
sons lessons of the degrees of friendship and
love were impressively imparted, and
the demeanor of the candidates proved
Ibey had been sincerely heeded.
Conferring the degrees was follow followed
ed followed by the regular district meeting,
presided over by District Deputy J.
W. Linderman.' Some fine talks for
he ood of the order were made and
.he regular business attended to.
The Inverness Odd Fellows "were
most hospitable. When the visitors
Jighted from their cars they found
an excellent supper awaiting them at
Hotel Dixie, and when the meeting
-as over a substantial lunch with hot
;offee was served in a dining hall
- djacent to the lodge room. "Wel "Welcome"
come" "Welcome" and "Come Again", were the
fei.ngs expressed by. Inverness,
i The Ocala paity consisted of
r lessrsl F. W.-Ditto, T. C. Carter, J.
Vf. Linderman, C. E. Tubbs, M. M.
Little, 'J. M. Potter, E. E. Converse
.nd J. H. Benjamin. They went in
two cars. vone a Ford driven by Mr.
Tubbs. and- the other a hired acr
driven by Mr. John Whitfield.
We have heard the Dunnellon road
criticised a good deal, but we must
say it seemed in fair condition, better
than any of the roads coming into
Marion county, except those of Lake.
I he -Inverness road is fair, and for a
few miles, next to that town it is very
i ood. Coming back, John Whitfield,
who is a crack driver, let his big car
cat and zoomed over the last dozen
miles at about forty miles an hour.
Every! ody in the leading car thought
the little Ford toiling along behind
would be left out of sight, but they
had another think coming, for Charlie
Tubbs kept Lizzie also coming, and
its lights were shin'ng not more than
a hundred yards behind when both
cars slowed up for the city Himts.
Persona Christmas cards to be en engraved
graved engraved at THE GIFT SHOP, Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall corner. l-3t

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Presbyterian
(Rev. W- F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Creed and Conduct."
6:30 p. 'm. Christian ndefevor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Sei Sei-mon,
mon, Sei-mon, Testing a Man's Worth-"
Cordial welcome to alL
m
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon
subject, "The Escape from Littleness."
6:30 p. m, All divisions of the B.
Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. The
service will be in charge of the Senior
B.. Y. P. U. A most interesting pro program
gram program has been arranged.
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
-' Second Sunday in Advent
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Holy communion and ser
mon, feubject, "The Answer to the
Most Important Question," and fol follows
lows follows up last Sunday's sermon.
Soloist, Mr. Lester Lucas.
, No evening service.
We invite you to worship at Grace
church, where a warm welcome awaits
you.
m
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
10 a. m.- Bible school. Every one
on time.
11 a. m. Communion service fol followed
lowed followed by sermon by pastor Subject,
"Who Is a Church Member." Every
member is especially urged to be
present.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
A cordial invitation to every
to all these services.
.
Christian Science Society
" Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
one
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. nv.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m
daily except Sundays..
CHRISTMAS CO-OPERATION
WITH THE POSTOFFICE
I wish to impress upon the patrons
of this office, the necessity of co cooperating
operating cooperating with the postal service to
the fullest possible extent in prepar
ing and mailing their Christmas par
eels in order that the heavy holiday
mails may be. handled, expeditiously
and satisfactorily, and in this connec
tion I wish to emphasize that the
careful observance of the following
simple conditions is of the utmost im
portance in accomplishing the end de
sired.
Prepay postage fully on parcels,
also prepar fully the internal revenue
stamp tax cn parcels subject to 25c.
or more postage.
. Address parcels fully and plainly.
Place the name and address of the
sender on all mail matter.
Pack articles carefully and wrap
securely, using good heavy paper and
twine. Do not seal them, as sealed
parcels are subject to postage at the
letter rate.
Mail parcels early. They may be
marked "Do not open until Christ Christmas."
mas." Christmas." Insure valuable parcels.
Written inscriptions, such "Merry
Christmas," "Happy New Year" and
"With Best Wishes," and numbers,
names or letters for purpose of de description
scription description are permissible additions to
fourth class (parcel post) mail. Books
may bear simple dedicatory inscrip inscriptions
tions inscriptions not of a personal nature. Other
written additions subject parcels to
letter postage. Communications pre prepaid
paid prepaid at the letter rate may be sent
with parcels prepaid at fourth class
rate, provided they are placed in en envelopes
velopes envelopes securely attached Oj outside
of parcels. R. F. Rogers, P. M.
A complete line of Gilbert Toys at
THE GIFT SHOP, l-Zt
MR. McCULLY, CONFIRMS
MR. HOCKER'S STATEMENTS
Fellowship, pec. 1st, 1921.
Editor Star; Please allow me a
little space to confirm, what Mr. Will
Hocker has written relative to Sumter
and Marion electing senators, i was
a delegate to the convention "referred
to and well do L remember when Mr.
Kilgore spoke in nominating Captain
Baker, he said, "Give us the senator
this time and we will not make, any
kick in the future about rotating."
Some one might ask the question,
why should Mr. Kilgore refer to ro rotating
tating rotating senators. Just before he rose
to nominate Capt. Baker, D. H. Irvine,
of Orange Lake, introduced a resolu resolution
tion resolution to do away with rotating sena senators,
tors, senators, which was adopted. W. W. Cly Cly-att
att Cly-att was secretary of the convention
and Mr. Himes of Bushnell, vras chair chairman.
man. chairman.
Capt. Baker and Glenn Terrell both
made good senators. If Sumter counr
ty is allowed to name the senator this
time, will the man measure up with
Sumter's past senators ? I dont feel
that Sumter county is any more en entitled"
titled" entitled" to our next sen'atorship than
Marion is. Let each county put out
a good man and if the majority of
the old voters in Marion county feel
that they are under obligations to
support the Sumter county man, it's
their privilege to do so.
S. J, McCulIy.

MUCH HONOR BESTOWED
ON A FLORIDA MAN

At a meeting in New York city, B.
C. Riley, director of he general ex extension
tension extension division of the University of
Florida, was elected vice president of
the Military Training Camps Associa Association
tion Association of the United States, in charge
of the southeastern department, ac according
cording according to word just received from the
office of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Other
national officers are: Horace C. Steb Steb-bins,
bins, Steb-bins, New York city; Pierpont L.
Stackpole, Boston; John S. Oglesby,
Dallas; Charles B. Pike, Chicago; S.
M. Spalding, Los Angeles, and Arthur
F. Crosby of New York city. The
late Lieutenant Colonel Charles W.
Whittlesey of New York city was the
recently elected treasurer.
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
Apalachicola oysters every day, 70
cents a quart; SZ.50 a gallon. City
Fish Market. Phone 158.
tf
XOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi
cial Circuit, of the State of Florida,
in and for 'Marlon County.
City of Ocala. a Municipal Corporation
Organized and Kxistin Under the
Laws of the State of Florida,
Petitioner vs. Trustees of Standard.
Ixidge, Kct., et aL, Defendants.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Notice la hereby given that the city
Of Ocaia a municipal corporation, or
ganized and existing unaer the laws
of the state of Fiona, on the first day
of December, A. D. 1921, filed its peti-
liuu uriciu ivi me vurpuse ui acquir acquiring
ing acquiring by eminent domain, for the pur purposes
poses purposes of water works of said city of
Ocala, the following described proper property
ty property w-lthtn the corporate limits of the
city of Ocala. in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit:
Commencing at the northwest corner
of lot number 2 of block number 70. of
the Old Survey of the town, now city.
or ocala, running thence south 30 feet,
thence east feet, thence north 30
feet, thence west feet to the point
ot .beginning. Denng toe lands conveyed
by G. S. Scott, receiver, to .Trustees of
Standard Lodge Number One. by deea
recorded in the public records of Mar
ion county. Florida, in deed 'book 113,
at iage 168.
That the following are the names of
all the defendants named in said pe petition;
tition; petition; Benjamin O. Cody, Lorenza R.
Garrison. J no. A, Michael. .Lyfus o.
Harbin tor Lyfus O. Harbim), iMose I.
Jones, ad trusteed of and for Standard
Lodge Number One of Free and Ac Accepted
cepted Accepted 'Mason;; also lenjamin O. Cody,
Lorenza K. Garrison, Jno. A. 'Michael,
Lyfus G. Harbin tor Lyfus G. iiarbim)
and Mose D. Jones, as trustees for --.n-
cient Free and Accepted Masons.
Standard Lodge Num-ber' Seventeen,
Ocala. Florida; also B.C. Cody, Thomas
H. Fatis and It. A. Hall, as trustees
for Standard Lodge Number One of
Free and Accepted Masons: also B. C
Cody, Thomas iL Fatis and It. A. Hall,
as trustees for Ancient Free and Ac
cepted Masons. Standard Lodge Number
Seventeen, Ocala, Florida; also Stand
ard Lodge .Nunvber One, Free and Ac
cepted Masons, a corporation; also An
clent Free and Accepted Masons, Stand
ard Lodge Number Seventeen, Ocala,
Florida, a corporation; also all parties
claiming 'interests in the property
herein above described whose names
or name, are unknown to said petition
er. S'aid defendants are hereby com
manded to be and appear in said circuit
court on tne
Tweuty-Slith Dy of December, A. O.
1821.
and show what right, title or Interest
they have in or to said property herein
above described, and show cause why
it should not be taken for the uses and
numoses- set forth in said petition.
It isvordered that this notice be pub
lished in the Ocala Evening Star, a
newspaper published in said city of
Ocala. and having a general circulation
therein, once each week for three suc
cessive weeks.
Witness my band and the seal of said
court this the second day of Decorriber,
A. D .1921.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER. JR.,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of the State or
Florida, in and for Marion County.
By FRANCES TARVER, D. C
F. R. HOCKER.X
Petitioner's Attorney. 12-3-4t-Sat
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SIASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of forer
closure entered in and by the circuit
court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit ot
the state of Florida, in and for Marion
county. In chancery, on the twenty
first day of November, A, D. 1821. in
that certain cause pending in said
court wherein R. S. Rogers is complain complainant
ant complainant and Anna B. Taylor and Herbert
Taylor are defendants, the undersigned
therein appointed special master in
chancery to execute the provisions of
said decree, will, on
Monday, the 2nd day of Jaaaary, A. D.
in front of the souh door of the iMar iMar-ion
ion iMar-ion county court house, in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, between the hour of eleven o'clock
a. no. and two o'clock p. m., offer for
salo at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following real
estate lying and "being in the county
of Marion, state of Florida, to-wit:
.The southeast quarter of the south southwest
west southwest quarter of the southeast quarter
of section four (4) township fifteen
15) south, range twenty-two (32)
east; also the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter of section nine (9)
townsMp fifteen (15) south, range
twenty-two (22) east; also the north northwest
west northwest quarter of southeast quarter of
southwest quarter of section four 4)
township fifteen (15) south, range
twenty-two (22) east; also the west
half of the southwest quarter of south southeast
east southeast quarter of southwest q-uarter of
section Xour (4) township fifteen (15)
south, range twenty-two (22) east. All
of said lands lying and beiny in the
county of Marion and state of Florida.
W. A. JEFFCOAT.
S-pecial Master in Chancery.
F. H. HOOKER. r
Complainant's Solicitor. 12-3-5t-Sat
.OTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that, under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered on the 21st day of Oc October,
tober, October, A. D. 1S21. in that certain cause
pending in the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the state of
Florida, in and for Marion county, in
chancery, wherein Title & Tax Search
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state
of Florida, is complainant, and W. E.
Lake and Laura Lake, are defendants,
the undersigned therein appointed spe special
cial special master in chancery to execute the
provisions of said decree will, on
Moaday, the Sth day of Deceaaher, A.
O. 1921.
in front of the south door of the Mar
ion county court house, in ocaia. x lor lor-ida.
ida. lor-ida. between the hours of eleven o'clock
a. m. and two o'clock p. m.. otter for
sale at public outcry to the hignest ana
best bidder for cash, the following de described
scribed described real estate, lying and being in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
All of lot numbered three (3) of the
four (4) acre lot conveyed by Robert
and Amanda Bullock to W. R. Davis on
May 14th. 1884. by deed recorded in the
public records of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in deed book U at page 883, aaid
lands being the northwest quarter of
said four (4) acre tract, and heing in
the northeast quarter of section nine nineteen
teen nineteen (19) township fifteen (15) south,
range twenty-two (22) east, and oeing
the house and lot now occupied oy
said W. E. Lake as a dwelling in the
city of Ocala and lying west of the
residence of C T. Miller, v..
D. NIEL FERGUSON.
Special Master in Chancery.
F. R. HOCKER.
Complainant's Solicitor. ll-6-5t-Sat

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Mnnroe &
XOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice s nereiby riven that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore
closure entered on the 21st day of Oc October.
tober. October. A, D. 1921, in that certain cause
pending in the Circuit Court of the
Firth judicial circuit of the -state of
Florida, 'in and for Marion eounty. in
chancery, wherein Title and Tax Search
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida, is complainant, and Fred De-
Leon Fields and Vernie Bell Fields, are
defendants, the undersigned therein ap
pointed special master in chancery to
execute the provisions of said decree,
wilL on
Monday, the 5th. day at Dreeaaher. A.
- D. 1921,
in front of the south door of the (Mar (Marion
ion (Marion county court house, in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, between the hours of eleven o'clock
a. m. and two o'clock p. offer for
sale at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash the following
aescrioea real estate lying and oeing
in Marion eounty. Florida, to-wit:
The northwest quarter of the north
west quarter of the southeast quarter:
also the south half of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter; also
the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter; also the north half of the
southeast quarter of the southwest
quarter; also the northeast quarter of
tne southwest quarter of the south
west quarter, all In section eight (8)
in township fourteen (14) south, range
twenty-two (22) east, in Marlon coun
ty, Florida.
D. NIEL FERGUSON.
Special Master in Chancery.
Complainant's Solicitor. ll-5-5t-Sat
F. R. HOCKER.
,-XOTICK
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County, in Chancery.
Philmore Nichols. Complainant, vs.
Mary Lee Nichols, Defendant.
Order .for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: Mary Lee Nichols,
be and she is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 2nd day oo Jaaaary, 1822.
- It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be -published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published 'in said county and state.
This 4th dav of November, 192L
(Seal T. D. LANCASTER JR..
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County,
Florida. By Frances Tarver, D. C.
F. R. HOCKER.
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-5-tt-fiat
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FRANCIS LYNDE
' SYNOPSIS.
CHAPTER I. Under hi grandfather
will, Stanford B rough ton, society idler,
find his share of the estate, valued at
something like $4-0,0u, lies in a "safe re repository,"
pository," repository," latitude and longitude de described,
scribed, described, and that Is all. It may be identi identified
fied identified by the presence nearby of a brown brown-haired,
haired, brown-haired, blue-eyed tclrl. a oiebald horse.
and a dog with a split face, half blacfis
and half white. Stanford at first regards
the bequest as a Joke, but after considera consideration
tion consideration sets out to find bis legacy.
CHAPTER IL On his way to Denver,
the city nearest the meridian described
in his grandfather's will, Stanford hears
from a fellow traveler a story having to
do with a flooded mine.
CHAPTER DL-Thinking things over,
he begins to Imagine there may be some something
thing something In his. grandfather's bequest worth
while, his Idea finally centering on the
possibility of a mine, as a "safe reposi repository."
tory." repository." Recalling the narrative on the
train, he ascertains that his fellow trav traveler
eler traveler was a mining engineer, Charles Bul Bul-lerton.
lerton. Bul-lerton. Bulldrton refuses him informa information,
tion, information, but from other sources Broughton
learns enough to make him proceed to
Placerville, in the Red desert.
CHAPTER IV. On the station platform
at Atiopia, Just as t the train pulls out,
Stanford sees what appear to be the Iden Identical
tical Identical horse and dog described in his
grandfather's wilL Impressed, he leaves
the train at the next stop. Angels. There
he finds that Atropia was originally
Placerville, hs destination. Unable to
secure a conveyance at once to take him
to Placerville, Broughton seizes a con construction
struction construction car and escapes', leaving the Im Impression
pression Impression on the town marshal. Beasley.
that he is slightly demented.
CHAPTER V.
. The Magic Triad.
To be stopped before I could reach
uiy goal was no part of my plan, so I
opened things up and gave the little
three-wheeled dinky all the gas it
could use, keeping a sharp lookout
uheul, and meaning to pull up a little
way short of the graveyard city, aban abandoning
doning abandoning the car and making the actual
approach on foot.
Judging -from the way the scenery
was racing backward, 1 estimated that
the little car must be doing at least
thirty miles to the hour; which meant
forty minutes or such a matter, to
cover the twenty-one miles. If oppos opposing
ing opposing train or trains, whatever they
might be, would only keep out of my
way for those precious forty min min-minutes,
minutes, min-minutes, ...
I pushed the small motor to Its limit
and was getting along beautifully until
suddenly, on a grade 'that was a bit
steeper than usual, the popping ex exhaust
haust exhaust quit short off, the engine slowed
down, and the car, squeaking and
grinding, came to a stand on a low
embankment between two of the hill
cuttings.
There wasn't anything very compli
cated about the little motor, and I soon
discovered that 'a broken Ignition wire
was what had killed it. Happily,
there was a small toolbox under thr thr-seat,
seat, thr-seat, and In the kit there was a naii
of pliers. But sometimes and this
was one of then a bit of material Is
as Important as the tools to work with.
rhe broken wire was too short to ecu-
pie up again, and ttiere wasn't an inch'
of spare wire to be found in the
bit.
They say that necessity is the moth
er of invention; but I'll defy an.vlMKly
to invent a piece of wire in the middle
of the Great Sahara deseru Kvery
minute I was expecting to -hear the
rumble and roar of a train
In this extremity it was a little
desert zephyr that gave me the groat
idea. A centle breeze came sighing up
the draw from some overheated area
t$t bejomi, and hading 140 trees on
the barren hills, It sang its little song
jp the thickly clustering telegraph
Wires 00 the poles. Why. sure!
said to myself; here was my w;
miles and miles of it. All I had to do
was to climb up. and get it
uentie reader, 1 wonder if you ve
ever tried to climb a telegraph pOle
without the contrivances that, a line lineman
man lineman buckles upon his feet? If you
haven't, the advice of this amateur 1
don't. Hfllf a' dozen times I shinnied
ui) to perhaps the height of a man's
head, only to come sliding down again
on a run. At last, by a seriesof ineh ineh-ines
ines ineh-ines I contrived to get within ans ans-reach
reach ans-reach of the lowest crosspice. Pliers
in hand, I strained for the nearest
wire, progged it. and began to twist it
bnpk and forth to break lt.
Not to let me miss any of the thrills.
If was at the nreeise instant of the
wjre-breaking that my straining ears
caught the sound they had been lis listening
tening listening for ; a far-away, drururoing rum rum-hie
hie rum-hie hat, seemed to come from nowhere
in particular. Then, out of the same
indefinite circuniambience camera
warning that was still more unniistak-abJe-r-the
long-drawn blast of a loco
nipjiye whistle.
I didn't climb 'down that pole; I
came down like the time-ball on the
flagstaff in Washington at high noon.
'Moreover, I struck the ground nih nihil
il nihil jng, as one might say. All, thoughts
of tinkering that confuunded motor
h,ad vanished and my one great object
in life was to get the ar off the track
before a worse thing should happen.
I was doing fairly well with the lifting
and tagging when the enemy hove in
sight lews fbnn five hundred yards
,avay. And that wasn't all, either. At
precisely the same instant, as if It had
been timed by the same mechanism
that had brought the freight tram,
here came a wild engine around the
curve in the opposite .direction, with
Its whistle valve held open and makln
a racket to wake the dead. The be
reft motor-far riders had found lo
comotive somewhere and were chasing
me. .
une maa Heave at the stranded gas
oline car, a mighty boost hat cot all
but onp whfej of in he clear, and
i was gope streaking it like a jack-
rabbit for the tall timber only there
wasn't a stick of timber nearer than
the slopes of the backgrounding moun mountains."'
tains."' mountains."' '"
One glance over my shoulder as I
Ced showed me what I was la for:

that the story was to "be immediately
-ofitirsued in our next. Both engineers
tried to stop ; did stop in time to avert
the greater catastrophe. Three or four
men jumped from the freight and two
from the wild engine to come tearing
after ine. I fancied I could give them
their money's worth at that game
being in pretty fair ; training so I
pitched it to try to turn the hypo hypothetical
thetical hypothetical theory into a condition.
It was a great race. Through one
gap and into another we went, mak making
ing making fi::ure eights aronnii the hills and
lacU again, dodging into new 'ravines
and out of them Into others, circling
among great sandstone boulders that
took all sorts of weirj shapesin the
.passing glimpse. J-
I d'n't know just how long the chase
lastei. but it was long enough to give
me a very considerable degree of re-sie-t
for the nerve and persistence of
thse highly Indignant railroad men.
We must tave lie.n miiles away from
the scene of the disaster when I final finally
ly finally left them behind and lost them.
When 1 looked back amd found myself
alone with the solitude I sat down up-
on a fiat rock to gasp and laugh. It
had all been so supremely ridiculous,
aiid-so lautifully inkeeping with the
reputation I -had left behind me at
Angels, that I felt 'sure that now noth nothing
ing nothing less than a verdict of expert alien alienists
ists alienists would ever serve to convince these
Red Desert folk that I was anything
but an escaped lunatic'
After the breathing spell I kept on
up the valley, heading away from the
setting sim. ami feeling certain that.
soojer or h-ter, I must come out some somewhere
where somewhere in the neighborhood of Atropia.
Two hours later I oime into a sort
of an excuse for a road. Being pretty
well winded by the stiff climb out of
the canyon ravine. I sat down at the

roadside to rest a bit and to decide
which way I should go. to the right
or to the left. Just as I was making
up my mind 1 heard a patter of feet
and a dog barked;
A moment later I could see the
beast, indistinctly. He had been com coming
ing coming up the road and had stopped at
the sight or scent of me. Since a
dog argued the proximity of a dog dog-owning
owning dog-owning human being. I called coaxing coaxing-ty:
ty: coaxing-ty: "Here. Towser here come on,
old fellow that's a boy!" and the cur curious
ious curious thing about it Is that he did it.
running up a little way and stopping,
and finally coming to squat before
me and to lift a paw for me to shake.
I jollied him a bit and let him nose
me to his heart's content. Then sud suddenly,
denly, suddenly, as if he had discovered a long long-lost
lost long-lost master, h? broke away and began
to leap aud dance around me. barking
a furious and hilarious welcome. In
the midst of this hubbub I heard hoof hoof-beats
beats hoof-beats and the squeaking of saddle
leather, and the dog's owner rode up.
At first I thought the dimly outlined
Stetson-hatted figure lift the saddle was
that of a boy. But It was a woraan'i
voice, and a mighty pleasant one, that
called to the dog: "Down, Barney.
e jourseii what's the mat'
ter with you, sir!" T
I stood up and pulled off my cap.
"I'm chiefly the mutter." I said.
"Your dog seems to think he knows
me, and I'm awfully sorry that his
memory a so much better than mine."
You'd thinkanybody would think
that a woman riding alone in the
dark on a solitary mountain road
would be handsomely startled, to say
the least, at seeing a man rise up fair fairly
ly fairly under her horse's nose. But If my
little lady were scared, she certainly
didn't parade her fright.
"Barney Is such a foolish dog, some sometimes,"
times," sometimes," she said apologetically. "He
has a double brain, you know; half
of it is good-natured and silly and
.the other half is well, it's"
The dog had come around again
wagging his tail and at that magic
word "hair I stooped to let him stick
his cold nose into my palm. The act
brought me near enough to enable m$
to see him better, and I had to clap a
hand over my mouth to keep from
shouting out and scaring the entire
combination into a vrild stampede,
For, if you'll believe me, the dog was
mv dr. One-half of hia face was
white and the other was so black that
it merged and faded harmoniously In
to the night
"I know," I said, straightening up
again; "my brain acts that way, too.
sometimes." Then : "Pardon me, but
would t you mind telling me tbe color
of the horse you are tiding?"
The young woman laughed and hej
laugh was just as jolly and pleasant
as her speaking voice.
"Winkie is what the cow-men call a
'pinto' a calico horse," she answered
promptly.
"Sure!" I bellowed. "1 knew
and the horse shied and the dog barkec
in sheer sympathy. Then I apologized,
"Please forgive the explosion. As
said a minute ago, my brain some
times acts like Barney's: half of
being good-natured and silly and the
other half well, we'll omit the de
scription of the other half for the
present. If you'll permit me. May T
or wiU you have the goodness to tell
) e where I ain2"
'I why dear me! Don't you know
where you are?"
"Not any more than a harmless, neo-
tsary goat.' I assure you."
I couldn't be certain, but I thought
she took a little firmer hold upon her
bridle rein.
"Did you did you come from An
gels?" she asked in a sort of awed
little voice.
"How did you guess It? I was, in
deed for a very short space of time
this very day a niemter of the An Angelic
gelic Angelic band. And if you should ask me,
I might say that I feel as though I had
walked most of the way here from
Angels. I I my car broke down, you
" know,'"'
"Yes." she said: "I know" Just as
If she did. Then: "I can at least tell
you where you are. This is the south southern
ern southern slope of Cinnabar mountain. This
road leads on down to Atropia, about
three miles below."
"Y-es; Atropi was the place I was
trying to come at."
She stopped and appeared to be think
' ing about something. Then she said :
"Really, I think you would better
not go to Atropia. It's well, lts
quite a long walk."
"The walk doesn't specially appal
me. Tve done so much walking this
afternoon thzt a few tiundred miles,
more or less, in addition wouldn't b
worth mentioning. But for some other
reason

Meep sl.!.e I eouhl see the dim smir
of I nrmber of buildings, all dark.
Then ve came to a great dump. look looking
ing looking sis if the mortmain had at one
time fij to fiaur out a cataract of
broken stone.
B-yont the dump rbere was ano-ln-buildiii"
with a light in it: and as il.e
dog ran ahead of us. barking, the fig
lire of a man sWhouetted itself in flu
open, doorway.
"Here we are 'and yon are welci.rm
t rhe OM Cinnabar." said my com
pan ion to rfie. Then she hoo-hoo-ed"
Hieerily to rhe man m the dorwiv
anl sl.'ptKMj our of her addle. brtin:
her rxmy rnd w hile she led me aero
o the lighted log-built cabin..?:'
'"Yes; for some other reasons." she
so id. relating if -Jsrht after me. Then:
"I we Iaddy s ,l I, might give you
some supper' ami' put you up for the
night, if if you wouldn't mind sleep sleeping
ing sleeping in the in the loft."
My Lord 1 hadn't so much as seen
her face clearly yet. but I could have
uorsh!i-l her! She had just come
from Atropia. and she knew! Of
course, she knew. That little dry-as-dust
hamlet must have been sizzling
for hour with the wire news of the
escaped lunatic wbo had alighted in
Angels only to light out again with a
stolen Inspection car. And in the face
of 'all that she was willing to take
a chance on me! If she had only
known that' I would cheerfully risk
sleeping in the cellar to say nothing
of a loft rather than lose sight of
her . but she was going on a bit
breathlessly: "It is only a short mile
to our cabin and and if yo-i are yerv
tired. 1 might let you ride Winkie."
"I shall be most delighted to walk,"
I hastened to say.
"Straight on up the road, then." she
directe.
We had traversed possibly half of
the promised mile, in plodding silence
when we ame to a plave where thf
grade was so steep that it cut whai
was lefl of my sea-level wind to the
small end of nothing.
"Stop a minute and get your
breath." said the imny's rider; and
when I had hn'ted: "You are not used
to these high Vltltudes. are you?"
"N-not so thai any one would re remark
mark remark It." I gasped. "How high up
are we?"

"About five thousand feet. The mine
is exactly five thousanad three hun:
dred, I believe."
There it was, you see : THE MINE
"Pardon me," I blurted out; "but
would you mind telling me if your eyes
are blue?"
Her laugh'was like a drink of cool
spring water in the middle of a hot
summer day ; refreshing, you know.
like that.
"1 -sup-pup-pose my eyes are blue;
people tell me they are
"Thank you," I returned. "There is
only one other little matter and that
can very well waif-until we are er
a bit better acquainted, you know.
Shall we go on. now?"
She spoke to her pony and we went
on. vAhead of us and diagonally up a
(Continued Monday)
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1 1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:wpn
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2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15
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Leave R-Leave Arrive
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6:42 am
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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 1 :25 vm
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AUCTION PARTY
FOR MES. LEIGH
Mrs. Sam Leigh of Jacksonville,
was the attractive honoree yesterday
at a six-table auction bridee Dartv.
givtn by Mrs. B. F. Condon at her
home on. Fort King avenue.
The music room and dining room
ir. which the tables were placed were
attractively decorated in Christmas
greens, wreathes of hally and galax
leaves were hung in the windows and
large vases of brilliant poinsettias
ana red roses further carried out the
holiday decorations.
Mrs. Condon met the guests as they
arrived and presented them to Mis.
Leigh, the guest of honor. Mrs. 1L
A. Hampton and Mrs. Paul Theus
assisted the hostess jjuring the after
noon and aided the players in locating j
their places and tables. The tally I
cards further carried out the holiday
spirit, being gaily tinted in autumn 1
leaves. i
After a pleasant and engrossing
game of auction, scores were collect collected.
ed. collected. Mrs. J Harry Walters held the
highest and Miss Mabel Meffert, the
lowest scores, and ech were present-
ed with dainty h?nd made linen hand handkerchiefs.
kerchiefs. handkerchiefs. Mrs. Leigh was also given J
two of these'pretty handkerchiefs.
A salad course with wafers, olives
f and coffee, ice ceram and cake were
served and each person was given
poinsettia favors filled with candy.
Those assisting the hpstess in serv serving
ing serving were Mrs. Lester Lucas, Mrs. J.
C. Smith, Mrs. J. G. Lege, little Mjss
Ruby Condon and Miss India Smith.
The players of the afternoon were
Mrs. C. E. Simmons,, Mrs. Anna Hol Holder,
der, Holder, Mrs. Leverett Futch, Mrs. B. T.
Perdue,' Mrs. R. N. Dosh, Mrs. Grider
Perkins, Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs.
Max Israelson, Mrs. Philip Murphy,
Mrs. E. T. Heivenston, Mrs. M. W.
Lloyd, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. E. J.
Crook, Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
Mrs. Edward Ahearn, Mrs. J. D.
Robertson, Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs.
Patd Simmons, Mrs. S. B. Ware, and
Misses Musie Bullock, Mabel Meffert,
Mary McDowell and Miss Annie Da Davis.
vis. Davis. Mrs. Carson Lee of Washington,
joined the players for tea. ..
JAPANESE GIFT SHOP
The most attractive' place in town
will be the Japanese Gift Shop, con conducted
ducted conducted by circle No. 1 of the Presby
terian Auxiliary. Dec. 6, 7, 8. Under
the efficient leadership of their chair chairman,
man, chairman, Mrs. J. C. Smith, the circle
members are Bending every effort to
make their Japanese Gift Shop a sue
cess as well pleasant and profitable
to all who call. They have a most at
tractive selection of noveltiest lunch
sets, kimonas, as well as many other
things, right from the Orient and a
visit to this Japanese Gift Shop wilj
make you feel that you have had a
glimpse of "The Land of Flowers."
One of the attractive features of
the Japanese Gift Shop will be the
Korean booth that Miss Ruby Ray
will have. The things she will have
for sale in this booth were made by
girls in a Korean school, and the
money realized from this booth will
go. towards the support of a mission
ary
Come one. come all, and feast your
eyes on the beauties of the Orient
while you enjoy a cup of tea and the
original Japanese rice wafers.
PROGRAM BY YOUNG FOLKS
The service at the Baptist hurch
tomorrow night will be in charge of
the young people of the Senior B. Y,
P. U who will render a program of
real interest. "Faith and Heroes vs
Doubts and Cowards' is the subject
The ceneral Dublic is invited. The
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hour is 7:30.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Your friend3 can buy any gift you
can give them except your photo photograph.
graph. photograph. Make the appointment early
at Revel's Studio, over the Guarantee
Clothing and Shoe Store. l-t
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning yur fish at tne Market.
Phone 158. tf
Get your Christmas cards and seals
at THE GIFT SHOP. l-3t
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
mvar nut titv a. hi v gtatement. but let
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Bned beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery today. Phone 360X-2t
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 2S4. Court Pharmacy. 16-t

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Brazil Nuts, per pound
Almonds, per pound
:No. 1 Diamond Brand Walnuts per pound
Currants, per package
Seeded and Seedless Raisins 2
Orange and Lemon Peel, per pound
Citron, per pound

Get the U-Serve Habit It Pays
You Can Save a Dollar Here Easier
Than You can Make One at Work.
Try It.
We deliver any -purchase office dollars cf over to any part
of town free. Deliveries under five dollars, 10 cerds charges.

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Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
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Cake, candy and lancy work
sale on the Ocala House porch at
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A iti'.i of the Ocala Elks
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cis. u. - u hi c ; hand at 11 o'clock t
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memorial services.
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS i
D'iTr r'c,n Chapter No. 114 requests
' r.v. la 7. .-?:-r.t at a banquet to
L- i -ii j. Mu:r,s and Dunnellon
; '.c O. F.. S, at Dunnellon on j
T-'-riav vcr-.n-j, Ic-c. 6th, at H:3U p
in. Chas. W. Rush,
! Secretary Dunnellon Chapter.
QUARTERLY MEETING
The quarterly meeting of the Wom Wom-ar's
ar's Wom-ar's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian
vi:ch v.-ill te held Monday afternoon
a; 3 o'clock at the church. Circles
w'lf r.iei imediately following: ad ad-jcumment
jcumment ad-jcumment of the auxiliary.
, ; Mrs. Griler Perkins; Sec'y.
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detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
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ADVERTISEIEKTS

FOR SALE) Cut down Ford with
wire wheels and extra whsel; in
first class condition. Can be: seen
at Dixie Highway Garagev l-4t
FOR SALE Cabbage, onion and let lettuce
tuce lettuce plants. H. P. Bitting. 3-t
X-MAS CAKES, ETC. Orders taken
for cakes of all kinds; also- raisin
and nut bread. Give your orders
now for your Christmas cakeis. Mrs.
L. W. Ponder, phone 461. 3-t
FOR SALE A piano, also ijecond ijecond-.
. ijecond-. hand furniture bought and sold.
Eagle Furniture Co, 111 South
Magnolia street. 30-6t
WOOD AND ORANGES A nice lot
of oak and pine wood in stove and
fireplace size $5.50. per cord of
' three strands or $2 per strand. Also
have a nice lot of oranges at $1 per
hundred or $2.50 a packed box. W.
D. Cam, phone 191. 30-tf
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 tood-il. Used
in private family only. Price, $250,
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
garage. 26-tf
FjUIS KENT Four furnished rooms.
Can be used for light housekeeping
if desired. Apply to Jesse Donald
son. corner Osceola and Second
.streets. 12-2-3t
FOR SALE Nice bungalow with
2 -acre grove in small town. Ac
count old age must sell. Also 100-
acre farm, splendid land. Lyman
Rodgers, Leeburg, Fla. It
WOOD Cordrey can deliver you 14
and 15-inch wood, seasoned oak,
split ready for the stove, at $8.50
per cord. Or four-foot wood at $4
a cord. L. E. Cordrey, phone 434
city. 12-3-tf
FOR RENT Five room apartment
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
FOR SAL 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
Jady from 9 a. m to 3 p". m., in re
tarn for room rent and other priv
ileves. Phone 568 between 7 and
9 in the ying. 28-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms
Apply 120 N. Sanchez. ;28-tf
DRESSMAKING Mme. Thiebaox, a
French dress maker, 215 W. 5th
St specialist in evening dresses
and lingerie. Will be pleased to
serve the ladiea of Ocala in these
lines of work. ,28-6t
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cab-Jbage
Jbage cab-Jbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b, Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
HEMSTITCHING At Singer 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 weigh" 1100
pounds when- grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla 28-tf
SHOE REPAIRING Why discard
your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs wUl make them as good
as-new for all practical purposes?
Work neatly executed n short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used. A
B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. 11-8-lm
FOR SALE Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When i
. need of any kind of hauling, give
usa trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges .reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 2S-tf
FOR SALF. Two cut down Fords,
cheap for cash. Apply to J. F.
W'iner., phone 237, 30-6t
FOR SALE Excellent retail 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 rater 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-6t
WANTED Position as truck 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. J.-S
LOST Thursday, Nov, 17, eyeglasses
in black ease; has pink polisher in
case from Dr. K. J. Weihe. Suitable
reward for return to F. W. Ditto,
Ocala. 12-l-3t
FDR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, 24 Ray St.
Mrs, Geo. 5, Turner. l-3t
FOR SALE Six room modern house;
lights, bath and sewer connection;
on zie 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

OCALA OGCURBBSCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Circle B1 of the Baptist church, Mrs.
O
E. Cox chairman, will meet Mon
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, withMrs.
J. G. Parrish, 33 N. Sanchez street.
The funeral services for Mr. E. B.
Duncan will be held at the grave in
Greenwood cemetery tomorrow after
noon at 3:30 o'clock.
.This is a Siudebaker year.
We have 03 hand two seven-pas
senger cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
Mrs. Nora Coley, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. 'Alfred Jen
nings, has returned to her home at
Weston, Ga. Mrs. Jennings accom-
mied Mrs. Coley as far as Jackson
ville.
Mr. and Mrs. Cordrey of Lynne,
are the happy parents of a fine boy,
who arrived Thursday night at their
home. The little fellow has been
named William' Edward. Mrs. Cor
drey was Miss Alma Hicks.
Smoke -Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss leave
tomorrow mornin; in their car for a
week's stay in Jacksonville.
Mr. T. S. Fay of New York and Mr,
William Jennings of England, are ex
pected to arrive in Ocala tomorrow
for a short stay as the guests of Mr.
Fay's nephew, Mr. J. W. Dumas, and
Mrs. Dumas. Mr. Fay is the presi
dent of the Loncala phosphate Com Company,
pany, Company, and comes in connection with
his business interests.
Get your Christmas cards and seals
at THE GIFT SHOP, Harrington Hal
corner. l-3t
Representing the Ocala Baptist
church, the minister, Dr. Charles L.
Collins, will attend the sixty-seventh
annual session of the Florida Baptist
convention to be held at Miami begin
ning next Tuesday, December 6. Dr.
Collins is the recording secretary and
statistician of the convention, having
held that position for the past eight
years. He expects to go on to Key
West after the convention for a brief
engagement in the Island City.
On the evening of Dec. 8th an in interesting
teresting interesting play will be given at the
Temple theater between pictures, for
the benefit of. the piano fund oi the
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Wiltexd Sign
Your battery that seems all all-right
right all-right today may need attention
tomorrow.
You may know it needs re recharging,
charging, recharging, or ought to have water
put in.
Ypu may have made up your
mind that your next battery will
be a Willard Threaded Rubber
Battery.
In any case youll want to
keep on tab in your mind the
exaej location of our service
station.
The easiest way to spot us is
by the red Willard sign over our
door. It marks the place where
you can buy brand new Willard
Threaded Rubber Batteries
the only batteries with Willard
Threaded Rubber Insulation.
Ocala StQTage
Battery Company
20 North Main Street
ffifciemes
Thia trademark, tmped in red
en the case, identifies tiier Ni'iHard
Threaded Rubber Battery:
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the play will be taken by a number of
high school girls, whose work in this
ine has been seen and enjoyed before,
and will add interest to the attractive
ittle play.
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
Mr. Jesse Neely, formerly of Ocala,
but now residing'in Sanford, is at the
Marion County Hospital, having been
brought here from Atlanta last night
by Mr. Nathan Mayo. Mr. Neely was
attending the convention of New York
Life insurance underwriters in Atlanta
last week', when he was taken quite
sick.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
A good bargain is to get what you
want when you want it at a reason-
able price. Low prices are not al-
ways Dargains wnen 11 comes to. buy
ing FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson are ex
pecting a party of friends from their
former home in South Carolina, for
a visit, en route from a trip to Cuba.
They are expetced to land at Tampa
today. Their guests will be Dr. and
Mrs. A. L. Hartzog and son and
daughter, and Miss Sara Neely, of
Olar, S. C. and Misses Daisy River
and Louise Green, of Orangeburg, S.
C. Mrs. Hartzog and Miss Neely are
relatives of Mrs. Johnson and will
spend some time in Ocala as her
guests.
Personal Christmas cards to be en engraved
graved engraved at THE GIFT SHOP. l-3t
Word was received in the city today
of the death of Mr. E. B. Duncan,
which occurred in Tampa last night,
following an operation. Mr. Duncan
and family lived in Ocala, on the Or Orange
ange Orange avenue road, until about sbf
years ago, when they moyed to Sar-f
asota, where : they were residing at
the time of Mr. Duncan's death. Mr.
Duncan leaves a wife and five children
and their friends in Ocala extend
them sincerest sympathy. The re remains
mains remains will be brought to Qcala for in interment.
terment. interment. New tally cards and auction score
pads at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
Mr. George Ford came in from
Jacksonville today and joined his
wife, who is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers, for a week weekend
end weekend visit.
Candy, fruit cake, fancy work for
sale Saturday, Dec. 10th, on the Ocala
House porch by the members of the
Friendship Wesley Bible Class. 3-6t
Mr. H. A. Davies Is quite sid hay. hay.-ing
ing hay.-ing been confined to hs ho me lor sey
eral days. :
Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery today. Phone 360X. 2t
The Star erred yesterday in paying
that the second trial of E. C. Man Manning
ning Manning resulted in a mistrial. Mr. Man Manning
ning Manning was acquitted.
Flaconettes perfoisery pu up in
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. J?fcne 24. 16-6t
Deputy Sheriff Perkins and Policer
man Morgan, Thursday night, arrest?
ed and jailed William ffy'and the
woman who has been acting as his
housekeper. In the opinio of the
officers making the arrest, the cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances pointed to unlawful co cohabitation.
habitation. cohabitation. Nye and the woman se secured
cured secured bail Friday afternoon.
Mr, G?prge Chambers, who has
beeft for several months at the public
health hospital at Greenville, S. G.,
reached home yesterday, and went at
once to the snug quarters made ready
for him at the Wayne hotel. George
is glad to be at home again and his
friends are glad to have him with
them.
New tally cards and auction score
pods at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
HURT ALL OVER
Texas Lady pcMn't Sit, Stand or
Lie With Any Comfort. Sayj
"Cardui Did World
of Good."
Bartlett Texas. Mrs. Th'accJe fe fe-ser,
ser, fe-ser, of Route 3, this place, states':
"Aboj?; three years ago I was In a
very critical condition. I had been
suffering for some time. Jo tell how
I hurt would be impossiHeC
"I just hurt all over. I couldn't sit,
stand or lay with any comfort, my
back, tides and head all gave me a
great deal pf trouble.
"I was esjecially' "bothered lttn a
iighi swimming In vaj beaf. My
i.oji a fre very uneasy about me ai I
sent ms t my rpJt'ves U see if a
change would do me tuf good.
"I stopped at a sji?ter-in-law's and
she being a great believer In Card u I.
'rjslied ta.3 vjiy I didn't use It I de decided
cided decided to try it .
"I had only taken a fe doees when
I felt it would do me good. This
grave hopes and I used It right ales?
and It did me just u world of good.
since which time I hare never ceased
to praise Cardul."
Cardul is for simple female com-
Elaints and womanly pains and has
ten fotyaf to benefit In thousands of
such cases wfeen'iL&t ne to malfor malformation
mation malformation or that do not require sardcal
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30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric .
30x32 Clincher, Premier, Fabric
31x4 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric ...
- 32x3 M Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric
32x4 Clincher, Straight Side, Fabric
33x4 Straight Side. Nn-Skid, Fabric
34x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric
7000 MILE GUARANTEE
30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric
8000 MILE GUARANTEE
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric
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3Gx4 Straight Side, Non-Skid,
33x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid,
35x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid,
37x5 Straight Side. Non-Skid.
8000 MILE GUARANTEE
32x4 Flat Tread, Cord .,
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Phone 516
Your kodak work will be properly
and promptly finished at Revel's
Studio, over Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Store. l-6t
In prder to speed up collections, on
all bills pai,d fo iis on Saturday and
Monday, we will allow two (2) per
cent, discount. Get your check bools
out and make two per cent. O. K.
TEAPOT GROCERY. 2t
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Inde-structib?
structib? Inde-structib? Dolls. Call and see the
large line on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Ren Smith'. 1-tf
Rcb-My-Tisn,a&tiseptic 2nd pain
killer for Inlccte! sores, letter,
sprains, neuralgia, rnecaaUsn

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Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Philadelphia Diamond Grid Oalleries
See Our Usee! Car Bargains
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friends a holiday visit. Make the cp cp-pointment
pointment cp-pointment early at Revel's Stadia,
over Guarantee Clothing and Sho$
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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
New tally cads and auction score
pds at THE BOOK SHOP, J-
Your favorite odor of perfumery
ccn be had in the famous French Fla Fla-coneiUs
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11.2S 2.32
20.23 3.10
19.43 2.53
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26.50 3.62
TIRES TUBES
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TIRES TUBES
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18.54 2.32
18.54 2.32
23.90 3.10
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