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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight, colder in south and central portions, probablj frost tonight in north and central portions; Tuesday fair. TEMPERATURES This morning, 39; this afternoon, 53.
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VOL: 27 FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, NO.

SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS filEETS FROST KiHG HAS
FOR ITS REGULAR SESSION INVADED FLORIDA

BOARD OF TRADE
IS Oil TOE JOB

MAR1D1! COUIITY ORANGES AOAlIf
AT THE TOP OF TIE MARKET
FOR THE THIRD YEAR IN SUCCESSION NEW YORK IS PAYING
HIGHEST PRICES FOR OUR FRUIT

3

THE FIRST NATIONAL BUDGET EVER DRAWN UP WILL BE SUB SUBMITTED
MITTED SUBMITTED BY PRESIDENT HARDING

Washington, Dec. 5. (Associated Press). Here are the estimated ex expenditures
penditures expenditures of the federal government for the fiscal years 1923 and 1922 as

transmitted to Congress today by the director of the budget:
1923
Legislative 1... .... $ 16,265,215
Executive office - 227,045
State department .................... '10,432,624
Treasury department 168,997,160
War department 369,902,107
Panama canal 7,358,839
Navy, department 431,754,000
Interior department . . 41,799,022
Indian service .. 31,833,000
Pensioiis .................... J 252,350,000
Postoffice department .................. ... 3,357,092
Deficie ncies in postal revenues ...... ". 21,509,666
Department of agriculture ......... 47,497,530
Expenditures for good roads 125,700,000
Department of commerce ............. ... ..... 19,939,970
Depart ment of labor ...... .... -. 6,301 ,835
Department of justice and judicial ..... . . 18,415,681
Shipping board and fleet corporation ........... 50,495,735
United States veterans' bureau .-. 455,232,702
Railroad administration and transportation act.
Federal board for vocational education .. .. 5,529,244
Other independent offices ............ ... .. 17,034,583
District of Columbia ... r. ..... 25,070,877
Increase of compensation

Ordinary expenditures . ........ . . . .$2,127,053,927 $2,574,758,106
Reduction of the pub lie debt: v
Sinking fund .U. ....... 283,838,800 272,442,200

' Purchase liberty bonds from foreign repayments 30,500,000
Redemption of bonds and notes from estate taxes. 25,000,000
Redemption of securities from federal Reserve
Bank franchise tax receipt 30,000,000

Total net reduction in principal of public debt. $369,338,800
Investments of trust funds:
Government life insurance fund ................ 26,162,000
Civil service retirement fund and District of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia teachers' retirement fund .............. 8,200,000

Total trust fund investments ...
Interest on the public debt
Total expenditures .. ....
SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS
IN REGULAR SESSION
Washington, Dec. 5.- Associated
Press). Congress reconvened today
after two weeks' vacation from the
rigors of a special session to enter
upon a tour of duty expected to oc occupy
cupy occupy the next seVen months; The pro program
gram program today was expected to be brief.
The first national budget was to be
sent to Congress by President. Hard Harding
ing Harding today, inaugurating a new system
of national expenditures, but consid consideration
eration consideration of the document was not on
the day's program. -j
awtwitat fir: Am? -Tntnppnw I
-.
President Harding announced to-
day he would deliver his regular an-
nual message to. Congress in person
at 12:30 tomorrow.
THE BUDGET
Washington, Dec. 5. The federal
budget for the fiscal year 1923 the
first to be compiled shows estimated
expenditures of $3,505,754,727, a de decrease
crease decrease of $462,167,639 as compared to
the estimated. outgo for the fiscal year
1922, ending next June 30, and a re reduction
duction reduction of $2,032,285,962 from the
actual outlay in the fiscal year 1921.
Estimated receipts for 1923 are
placed at $3,338,182,750, leaving an
apparent deficit of $167,571,977. In
transmitting the budget to Congress
today, President Harding says "ways
are provided for the relatively easy
adjustment" of the discrepancy be between
tween between income and outgo "without add added
ed added taj;ation." As one means he rec recommends
ommends recommends legislation directing the re reduction
duction reduction of the naval supply account
by $100,000,000.
Actual appropriations asked of
Congress for the various federal de departments
partments departments and agencies for' 1923 total
$3,224,875,592, exclusive of postoffice
department. This represents a reduc reduction
tion reduction cf $122,806,310 from the original
estimate as presented to the budget
bureau, it is stated, but is approxi approximately
mately approximately $27,000,000 more than the ap appropriations
propriations appropriations for this fiscal year.
Explaining the $280,879,134 excess
of estimated expenditures in 1923
over .the appropriations asked for,
budget bureau officials explain that
some of the funds actually to be put
out will be carried over in continuing
appropriations and by other means.
They say that appropriations for a
given year do not accurately reflect
actual expenses for that year, point pointing
ing pointing out that while the appropriations
" for this fiscal year were $3,197,807,-
962, the estimated actual outgo will
exceed this sum by approximately
$770,000,000.
Of the total estimated expenditures

1922

35,005,829
.33,135,000
258,400,000
3,276,454
48,172,270
48,637,100
105,000,000
20,131,800
4,796,916
16,825,568
73,911,081
438,122,400
337,679,235
4,756,344
16,983,105
e 275 06' 1
35 000 000 j
' j
30,500,000
25,000,000
'60,000,000-
$387,942,200
22,022,000
8,200,000
............ 34,362,000
... 975,000,000
30,222,000
975,000,000
. . . . .$3,505,754,727 $3,967,922,366
for 1923, Vpproxima'teiy"$2,900,600I000
i? to pay for past wars and to keep
j sr ItAZ,
ment, leaving only about $600,000,000
for the peace-time pursuits of the fed-,
eral establishment. The estimates for
the army and the navyis $801,636,107,
a reduction of $66,305299 as compar compared
ed compared with this fiscal year and $956,352, $956,352,-741
741 $956,352,-741 as compared with the fircal year
1921.
The navy estimate of $431,754,000,
it is explained, does not take into ac account
count account any possible reductions that
might be" brought about as a result of
the 'arms conference, the total ihclud-
ting funds for continuing work on the
. 1Qlj. nromm- m05t of
j which would be scrapped under the
proposal made to the' conference by
the American government.
, Accompanying the budget as sent
to Congress is a detailed report from
Director General Dawes. as to the
operation of the budget bureau since
its establishment five months ago and
some pointed comments as to means
of continuing its efficient operation.
Discussing the reception of the budget
by. Congress, General Dawes says:
"It is to be expected that 'since the
preliminary estimates have been made
under pressure by the executive for
proper retrenchment, where consis
tent with efficiency, it will not be nec necessary,
essary, necessary, as heretofore, for Congress to
make radical cuts upon the estimates
of the budget with any uncertainty as
te what' will be the result as it effects
efficiency. The president of the Unit United
ed United States, when he sends the budget
to Congress is presumed to send it
with all the reductions in expendi expenditures
tures expenditures which can be effected without
impairment of governmental business
processes. In the preparation of the
budget he had had at worksan autho
rized agency in the bureau not only
in ascertaining the reasonableness of
desired appropriation, but in con-
tinually imposing pressure upon tne
departments for a reduction in the
estimates wherever proper and pos
sible."
General Dawes says he feel3 that
ihe estimate" for expenditures for
1923, upon which the budget is based,
"will not be increased except through

appropriations initiated by Congress mission oi autnority as ODtam in any
or by the executive as a result of private organization,
emergency or unforeseen copdition "They involve no material addition
arising after ihe preparation of the to the expense of the governmental
budget." s iministration.
Reiterating his recommendation "They are nonpartisan, being corn corn-that
that corn-that Congress immediately repeal all posd of men already in the govern govern-O'jtstanding
O'jtstanding govern-O'jtstanding continuous appropriations ment service.
and "revolving funds," General Dawes "They are in effect simply a re re-says
says re-says the method of appropriating grouping under an executive leader leader-money
money leader-money heretofore followed "has re- ship of certain of the present em-

Snow Storm in the Northern States
Sends Its Chilly Skirmishers
Far to the South

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 5. Heavy snow

$ 15,984,445 s1 over portions of the middle At At-227,045
227,045 At-227,045 i intic states and the upper Ohio val val-11,406,032
11,406,032 val-11,406,032 ; !Cy freezing temperature, as far
169,871,163 south as Montgomery, Ala., and
389,091,406 i h?avy frosts to Ocala, coast and
7,219,849 j'northem Florida the last twenty-four
478,850,000 hours were reported today to the

weather bureau. Frosts as far south
central Florida is the fortcast for
U night.
suited in a condition of -things under
v hich it is aldose impossible for either
h executive. Congress or the secre secre-.&rj
.&rj secre-.&rj cf the treasury to have before
.hfcm a true picture of the fiscal con condition
dition condition of the government at any par particular
ticular particular time."
"The whole habit of making con continuous
tinuous continuous appropriations to which the
government has been committed in
it-ie past," ha adds, "is only ah en-
Ul S.lUkllljr VI
Iak'c work by the head of the de-
i-artment under which it is carried on,
at u an encouragement to shiftlessness
und carelessness on the part of the
subordinates more directly concerned
in it. This system of preparing the
I udget will confine the attention of
the executive of Congress, and of the
public to the one- great important
question, ,to-w4t: the relation of the
money? actually to be -spent by the
government to the money actually to
be received by the government in any
given year, all its outstanding obli obligations
gations obligations and indefinite commitments,
projects and enterprises considered.
This will enable Congress, with more
intelligence, to determine at any time
both the necessity for retrenchment
and the ability of the government to
engage in additional projects to be
initiated by Congress outside of the
budgetary provisions."
Likening the federal government to
a business corporation, General Dawes
points to these "faults" which he
says existed:
The president of the corporation
(the president of the United States)
gave practically no attention to its
f dinary routine business.
The administrative vice presidents
(members of the cabinet) were allow allowed
ed allowed to run their several departments
as if each separate department was
an independent authority in all mat matters
ters matters of routine busifcess.
Because of a lack of any outlined
business plan, no system existed for
making purchases or in selling mate material
rial material along business lines under a uni unified
fied unified policy.
No balance sheet of the corporation
as- a whole was ever prepared.
.The treasurer kept no accurate ac account
count account of the contingent obligations of
the various federal departments, thus
resulting in money; being drawn from
him continuously in excess of the
estimated annual running expenses
rm.'.' a; ta 14
The corporation, in effect, 'seldom
reconsidered. an unwise project enter entered
ed entered into by any department.
The administrative heads of the
j departments were selected as a rule
with little reference to their business
qualifications and were compelled to
rely largely upon the advice of sub subordinates
ordinates subordinates "wedded to the theory of the
right of independent operation of the
department."
Outlining the work tf the various
co-ordinating agencies established by
presidenlie.1 order "to rectify faults
in the routine business of the govern government,"
ment," government," General Dawes says:
"Thev involve no transfer of au au-thority
thority au-thority the location of which has been
fixed otherwise by statute.
"They involve the delegation of no
1 questions cf policy save that of econ-
c:ny and etuciency.
j "They are simply agents by which
1 unified methods of ordinary business
i can be imposed by. the chief execu-
! tive.
; "They are created simply to give
the president of the United States, the
' same agencies of contact and trans-

It is the Leading and Most .Effective
Agency in Securing Favorable
Publicity for Marion County

The Marion County Board of Trade
ha3 so far this year prepared more
than 20O news articles for the papers,
all of which have been published and
most of which received statewide cir circulation,
culation, circulation, covering events and facts of
the greatest importance to Ocala and
Marion county. These news articles,
or "stories," as they are called in
newspaper circles, have totaled more
than 1500 column inches, not includ including
ing including headlines, a figure that should be
multiplied several time's, inasmuch as
most of the articles were printed in
c.t least four newspapers. The value
of this publicity, as the secretary of
the Board of. Trade points out, can cannot
not cannot be estimated. The articles have
resulted 'm many favorable editorial
comments in the press of the state.
Many outstanding facts and statistics
concerning the resources and indus industries
tries industries of the city and county, and of
the crops of the county in particular,
have been included in this publicity.
Many of the news items have been
carried by the Associated Press, and
have been printed in all cf the news newspapers
papers newspapers in the state taking this service.
Secretary Chazal says that it would
have been impossible to have obtain obtained
ed obtained all of this publicity without the
co-operation of the newspapers,
which have been most generous in the
space that they have given.
ASK FOR DISMISSAL
i OF THE INDICTMENTS
Governor and Ex-Treasurer of Illinois
on Trial at Waukegan
CAsssooiated Press)
Waukegan, 111., Dec. 5. Governor
Small and Vernon Curtis, the Grant
Park banker, today opened their fight
against trial under the conspiracy,
embezzlement and confidence game
indictments returned at Springfield
last July. 'Appearing in court- they
asked that the indictments be quashed
as il!?nl and insufficient.
i
3t
SHE HAS OUR SYMPATHY
Woman Who William May Fool Into
Becoming His Second Wife
&
Berlin, Dec. 5.(Associated Press).
According to the Zwoelfuhrblatt, for former
mer former Emperor William has decided to
marry again, the lady of his choice.
The newspaper professes to have re received'
ceived' received' its information from the most
trustworthy souce.
BLACK HAND IN DETROIT
' 1 BUSY WITH BOMBS
(Associated Press) -. I
Detroit, Dec. 5. A bomb explosion
today wrecked a building on East
High street, occupied by three com commission
mission commission houses. The police said they
suspected the explosion resulted from
the Black Hand feud, although the
owners of the stores declared they
had received no threatening letters.
io one was injured.
ployees of government of such exper experience,
ience, experience, contact, and relation in its
routine business as enables them to
make possible the application of com-mflti-sense
business methods.
"It can not be too often reiterated
that this most important reformation
ih the governmental business system
is dependent upon the president of .ihe
United States himself, .and upon his
continued assumption of his responsi responsibility
bility responsibility as its business head. The min minute
ute minute he relaxes his attitude of atten attention
tion attention to his duty there will be felt the
natural, pull of the departments and
establishments toward the old system
of complete independence and decen decentralization."
tralization." decentralization." General Dawes concludes his report
with this statement:
"In making this report the director
of the budget will state that his con connection
nection connection with the bureau is limited as
to time, in accordance with an under understanding
standing understanding which he had with the presi president
dent president at the time cf his appointment.
His purpose in making this announce-
ment at this time is to emphasize the
fact that his recommendations are
made in an impersonal way. with fun-
damental business principles and their
proper preservation in their applica application
tion application to governmental business admin administration
istration administration alone in mind."

Marion county oranges are again
bringing the highest prices -for Flor Florida
ida Florida citrus fruits. -A car load of or oranges
anges oranges from Citra has been sold at
auction in New York bringing a top
price of $9 a box and averaging $8.09
for. first grade, $7.25 for second grade
and $6.68 for third grade. This ship shipment
ment shipment of oranges brought the highest
prices for Florida fruit this season.
The fruit was shipped by the Citra
Fruit Company of Citra, and handled
by the American Fruit Growers, Inc.
Tangerines are selling for $7 f. o. b.
Citra. .
The top price for Marion county
oranges last season was $14.25 a'
box, and the season before, $12.75 a
box..

IMPORTANT MEETING
OF THE LEGION
All Members Should Report at
the
Armory Wednesday Night
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion will hold an impor important
tant important meeting Wednesday night of this
week at eight o'clock in the club
rooms in the armory. At this meet meeting,
ing, meeting, there will be an election of of officers
ficers officers for the new year and plans will
be made for the membership drive
which is to begin on the fifteenth. W.
W. Hampton Jr., of Gainesville, vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Florida department
of the American Legion, will be pres present
ent present at the meeting. The fullest at attendance
tendance attendance is being urged by the officers
of the post.
IRISH-BRITISH TRUCE
REMAINS IN EFFECT
(Associated Press)
London, Dec. 5. (By Associated
Press). The crisis in the Irish peace
iiegotiations held exclusive attention
of official circles today. Premier
Lloyd George obtained an audience
with King George and explained the
situation to him, after which the Brit British
ish British peace representatives held a con conference.
ference. conference. .This was followed by a
meeting of the entire cabinet. Cor Correspondence
respondence Correspondence in connection with the
negotiations will be made public by
the government, :t was stated, and
Lloyd George is expected to make an
explanatory statement; The truce
still remains in effect and no immed immediate
iate immediate resumption of hostilities is look looked
ed looked for.
AMERICAN GOVERNORS MEET MEET-IN
IN MEET-IN HISTORIC CHARLESTON
Will Go Wednesday to Washington to
Confer with the President
(Associated Press)
Charleston, Dec. 5. Gov. y Cooper,
of South Carolina, welcomed visiting
governors and their parties at the
opening sessyn of the thirteenth an annual
nual annual conference of governors today.
The conference will adjourn Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and the visitors will go to Wash Washington
ington Washington to be entertained at the White
House Thursday.
nE DIDNT WANT THE OTHER
PASSENGERS TO SEE HIM

(Associated Press) 1 ds within their borders, the su-
Havre, Dec. 5. (By the Associated ) preme court decided today. The ques ques-Press).
Press). ques-Press). Charles W. Morse, whose re-'tion arose in an appeal brought by a
turn to the United States on the j man against the Virginia commission
steamship Paris was requested by'of fisheries. He vas ordered to va va-Attorney
Attorney va-Attorney General Daugherty, was j cate part of the oyster bed leased by
granted permission to board the liner I the state, which claimed that part
at 1 p. m. today, five hours ahead of ; had been found to be a natural oyster

the other passengers.
EIGHTH VICTIM OF RIALTO
FIRE PASSES OUT
(Associated Press)
New Haven, Dec. 5. The eighth
victim, a woman, of the Rial to the theater
ater theater fire of a week ago last night.

died today of her injuries. Only two j the supreme court declared today,
of the injured now remain in a se- The decision was delivered in an ap ap-rious
rious ap-rious condition. jpeal brought by the American Steel

ENGRAVING
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver.
Prompt service.
WEIHE COMPANY,
l
! 5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens.
plain and gold mounted, at Ceng's j
Drug Store. 5-tf

SENATOR UNDERWOOD'S
MOTHER IS DEAD

His Absence from Washington Will
Somewhat Affect Work of The
Arms Conference
(Associated Press)
Birmingham, Dec. 5. Mrs. Fred Fred-erica
erica Fred-erica Virginia Underwood, mother of
Senator Oscar Underwood of Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, died at, the home of her son,
Fred V. Underwood, here early today
of heart trouble.
ON HIS WAY TO THE FUNERAL
Washington, Dec. 5.-Senator Un Underwood
derwood Underwood left for Birmingham today
on account of his irother's death. His
absence is expected to affect the work
of the armament conference as he is
r member of the American delegation
I r.r.d also chairman of the sub-commit
tee dealing with Chinese tariff mat
ters, i
EDISON AND FORD
LOOKING THEM OVER
I
(Associated Press)
Florence, Ala., Dec. 5 Henry Ford
and Thos. A. Edison, after inspecting
the Muscle Shoals project, left for
Nashville today to inspect the Old
Hickory powder riant.
ONE GOOD WOMAN
A
On the Arbuckle Jury Prevented the
Brute's Acquittal
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Dec. 5. After for
ty-one hours of deliberation, the jury,
composed of seven men and five wom women,
en, women, which tried Roscoe C. Arbuckle
on a charge of manslaughter in con connection
nection connection with the death of Virginia
Rappe, was discharged yesterday
when it was unable to agree upon a
verdict.
' The jury was brought into court at
its own request at noon, reported a
disagreement and asked that it be
discharged.
August Fritze, foreman of the Ar Arbuckle
buckle Arbuckle jury, issued a signed statement
saying that one of the woman jurors,,
who was in the minority, refused to
consider the evidence from the begin beginning,
ning, beginning, and declared that "she would
cast her ballot and would not change
it until hell froze over."
ACCIDENT ON READLNG
NEAR BRYN ATHYN
(Associated Tress)
Philadelphia, Dec. 5. Two. reading
passenger trains collided at the paper
! mills station, near Bryn Athyn to-'df-y.
Reports to railroad officials so
far are indefinite but indicated loss
of life. Early reports from the
wreck said there were about nine per persons
sons persons killed and nearly twenty injured.
One report placed the deal at pos possibly
sibly possibly fifteen. The wreck was a head head-on
on head-on collision between local trains.
. f
SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS
RIGHTS OF THE STATES
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 5. The states
have control over the natural oyster
ground and therefore not leasable.
-
SUPRE3IE COURT DEFINES
RIGHTS OF STRIKERS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec 5. Orgjnized
labor has no right to picket daring a
strike when' it involves importunity,
Foundries Company, growing out of
the strike at its plant at Granite City,
HI. The court declared no broad rale
could be laid down in the matter of
picketing, however, but that each case
must be considered on its merits to
determine 'whether picketing consti
tuted restraint and intimidation.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAB. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1921

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DOMESTIC Sl'BSCBlPTIOS RATES

niother fainted in the Orlando court
room. Why should not her feelings
be taken into consideration as much
as those of the woman who shot down
her son
It seems to the Star that the stream
of lies that fell from the lips of the
Clarke woman would have incited sen sensible
sible sensible men to shut Kea up where few
people could hear her.
We are glad to note that the circuit
judge was not imposed on" by. the
woman, and we are sorry he couldn't
shut her up in the "penitentiary in instead
stead instead of the asylum.

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SEVENTY-FIVE -YEARS YOUNG

SHAKING DOWN PLUMS FOR
THE CHRISTMAS TREE

three minutes, I met that whole

sale-hearted merchant, Louis Pillans, j
who promptly joined the Gideon band.

And then came along Ed Bennett, who
would rather do something for the
industrial school than go fishing, and
he began pulling cut a dollar as soon
a he came in sight.
The good book says faith will move
mountains, and it looks like my bat-

LEGION MAN UP FOR MAYOR

"NAPIER GRASS

Henry H. Curran Wing Nomination In
New York City, With Comrade
Pressing Close Second.

Two service men of the World war
were Jin- sr the four candidates who

sougnt tnelr par party's
ty's party's nomination

Plant now and have abundance of
h:gh value green feed for dairy cows,
"igs, chickens, etc For plants and
articualrs see F. W. Ditto. Ocala,
.la. 17-tf

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. ti

Mr. F. E. Harris, editor of the
Ocala Banner, and "Nestor of the
Florida press," passed his seventy seventy-fifth
fifth seventy-fifth birthday Saturday. Mr. Harris
looks and acts younger than most
men of sixty-five.. No falling off is
observed in the quality of his work
and he is firmly intrenched in the re respect
spect respect and good will of his home' com community.
munity. community. May he long be with us.

STICKING STURDILY
TO THE CINDERS

The trainmen on the Seaboard lim lim-iteds
iteds lim-iteds mtfst have a sincere love for
cinders and believe the passengers on
their trains share in that peculiar af affection.
fection. affection. After many long months of
controversy, they have been induced

to bring the front platform of their
last car across the Coast Line tracks
at the union station. But this is no
help to the passenger oh that car
who desires to alight at Ocala. The
front platform of the car is not let
down and when the train stops it is

generally occupied by one or more
white-capped, dark-faced cooks, who
grin genially at all who come within
their ken. Passengers on that car

v
must alight at the rear, on the cin

ders, and in the mud and pouring rain
if the weather -is bad. Perhaps the

railroad men have some reason for

this, but it is impossible for other
people to see it. At the other end
of the station platform, in front of
the dining hall, a broad, firm pathway
has been put down. Whenever the un united
ited united stops with part of the rear coach
sticking out of the station, two more
turns of the engine drivers would
bring the rear platform to the place
where the passengers could safely and
comfortably step down on the smooth

floor. The train does not stop at this
objectionable point by accident. It
stops there every day, and many days
there is heavy rain. If the Seaboard
trainmen can give any reason except
affection for mud and cinders for
their policy, the Star will gladly give
the.m space to explain it.

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A MISS-TRIAL

The acquittal of Lena Clarke at Or Orlando
lando Orlando is another case m which Justice
has been betrayed in her temple.
It is seldom that the Star criticises
the verdict of a jury, but the soft softheaded
headed softheaded bunch that enabled the Clarke
woman to escape the penalty of her
crime deserve the severe condemna condemnation
tion condemnation of their fellow citizens." ;
It was not of course expected that
a woman would be hung, but Lena
Clarke should have been sent to Rai Rai-ford
ford Rai-ford to put in the next ten or twenty
years of her life in hard work.
Such a sentence would have been
a discouragement to the rapidly in increasing
creasing increasing tribe of women who shoot
down any man who does not act ac according
cording according to their ideas.
. That many men treat women in a
manner that deserves severe punish punishment,
ment, punishment, and that the women are often
justified in handing out that punish punishment,
ment, punishment, the Star understands and has
often proclaimed. But this principle
is being swamped by the army of fe female
male female gurftnen who have Ame into ac action
tion action in the last two or three years.
It must be remembered that the
average man has the lives, sympathy
and welfare of good women and little
children linked to his own. His death
always plunges them in sorrow and
often deprives them of support. They
are generally as much or more to be
taken into consideration as any wom woman
an woman who may take it into her unclean
or crooked mind to shoot him.
The dispatches say Miltimore's

I had a good day Saturday, and al almost
most almost as good a one Sunday, and if
luck doesn't change IH soon have a
hundred berries to put on that indus industrial
trial industrial school Christmas tree. I know

tnere is plenty of money for the un- j
dertaking Vhe only drawback is that
1 haven't much time to hunt for-it,
so if the spirit moves you to con contribute
tribute contribute don't wait for me to hunt you

up send it 6r bring it; any of the
Star crowd is safe to trust with that

kind of money.

B. C. Webb of Kendrick took pleas

ure Saturday in handing me one of

those pictures of Lincoln and Grant
that even the most' unreconstructed
rebel likes to put in his pocket gal gallery.
lery. gallery. And Lee Lytle from the orange
groves by the lake said he was help

ing one Christmas .tree already but
giessed he could give a boost to an another.
other. another. -',"

A good-looking, 'amiable and mod

est bachelor said the Christmas seal

fairies hadn't left him but fifty
cents, but he gave that on condition
I wouldn't tell his name. I think he
is going to give me another half a
dollar as soon as his finances recup recuperate.
erate. recuperate. '.
-
E. H. Martin is another mannie

who came across without' asking

what I was going to do with the mon money.
ey. money. His confidence is touching, so I

touch him every time I'm out on the

raise.

My first volunteer was Hansel

Leavengood, who no sooner read my
spiel in the Star than he handed me
a brandnew toadskin. Not often a
young man of his age comes in on

anything like that. His contribution
made me feel a little bit conceited,
for the boys on the Star are all wise

to me. and l have to write about a
really, truly good, cause to win 'their
'approbation. ,..' 'i,
. Next volunteer was Arthur Cobb,
who is always sixteen full rows of
long, heavy grains to the ear with
anything that enlists his sympa sympathy..
thy.. sympathy.. If you cton't understand
the foregoing figure of. speech, lose
nc time in inviting yourself to 'a
cornshuckjng. C;

Intruding myself into H. A; Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's store late in the evening, .' I
found Ardis and Frank Logan in
grave consultation at once. Frank
being the nearest to me, I asked him
to -get on the 'bandwagon. As he
promptly reached in his pocket for
the fare Ardis inquired in a grieved
voice if he was going to; be left off,
and handed me his ticket before I had
time to reply.'
Going up the street, I found E- T.
Helvenston counting up the result of
his day's sales. He had kale enough
to' choke an elephant. Cousin Eddie
has more confidence in me than I
have in myself, and didn't even ask
what I was going to do with the dol dollar
lar dollar he gave me.'.
Crawling out of the hay Sunday
about dinner time, and going to the
postoffice, I found, inclosing a check,
the following letttr:
Ocala, December 3, 1921.

Editor Star: I have just read then

Star and must have the privilege of
getting in on the Christmas tree prop proposition
osition proposition for the industrial school. En Enclosed
closed Enclosed you will find my dollar. I am
sending it by mail as I may not see
you personally before leaving for
Miami.
Hope the tree will be at least a
S200 tree and I believe that to be a
much better size for so excellent an
institution. Bless you for thinking of
it. Yours most sincerely
- C. L. Collins.
: Dr. Collins, like most preachers,
hasn't enough dough on his fingers to
render them unwieldy, and his contri contribution
bution contribution is therefore the more appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. I'm cheerfully confident his
congregation will follow him in this
as in other good causes.
Albert Gerig took me in his gaso gasoline
line gasoline buggy to. the union station Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon and there I found a
gold mine. Mrs. J. W. Dumas was
there in a car with her husband and
Messrs. Sexton and Ott. They were all

volunteers. Mrs. Dumas contributed
and smiled, and all the others came
right in. Also, the southbound Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard train came in and from it
alighted Mr. .William Jennings and
Mrs. Dumas' uncle, Mr. T. S. Fay.
Mrs. Dumas .kissed her uncle and he
at once handed me a dollar. That left
him forty-nine dollars to the good.
Coming back np town, and loafing
around Albert Gerig's newsstand for

tered old typewriter will move orange J
growers. Bright and early in this;

morning's mail came the following
letter:
Eastlake Investment Company
Cirrus Fruits
Real Estate
Eastlake, Flaf Dec. 4.
Edtior Star: As per your request
in. the Star, I am enclosing one dollar
toward the Christmas tree for the
Girls' Industrial School! Also one
from my brother, Howard V. Lee.
Sincerely, Walter C. Lee.

The foregoing totals up $24.50, and

leaves only $75.50 to be accumulated.
Ante up, folks. Help grease th run runners
ners runners on Santa Claus sled. jhb.

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Your friends can buy any gift you

for mayor of New can give them except your photo- j
York recently. graph. Make the appointment early j
One of them, nen- at Revel's Studio, over the Guarantee

Ca.!! phone iUS when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in h urrv. Main Street Market.

ry H. Curran. won Clothing and Shoe Store.

.out in the contest, t

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Your favw.lte odor cf perfumery
ci be had in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes at the Court -Pharmacy. 6t

TWO ATTRACTIVE AND

INSTRUCTIVE BOOKLETS

Copies of the tourist booklets,
Tropical Trips,' 'issued by the At

lantic" Co3?t Line railroad, and "Win

ter in the South," issued by the South Southern
ern Southern Railway, have been received by
the Marion County Board of Trade.
Both are exceedingly 'attractive book booklets.
lets. booklets. The Coast Line folder contains
a photograph of the :Ocala Country
Club and a brief write-up of Ocala.
The Southern Railway booklet, while
it has no photographs, contains at

tractive write-ups of Ocala and Silver
Springs and the Oklawaha river trip.
Both of these booklets, as well as
that of the Seaboard Air Line recent recently
ly recently issued, contain lists of .the hotels
her and statistics of the golf course.

ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY

with an ex-service
comrade. K. II.
LaGuardia a close
second.
Mr. Curran, at
present president
of the borough of

-JiatJiuUan, taking in what is common commonly
ly commonly known as New York city, left off a
thriving law practice to enter the
army. He entered the first officers
training camp at Plattsburg in 1917.
was commissioned a major and served
overseas as commander of th Tlme
Hundred and Second engineers. Seventy-seventh
division. Following his
discharge In April, 1919. he organized
the Three Hundred and Second engin engineers
eers engineers post of the American Legion and
was prominent in the work of jhat or organization
ganization organization until he actively entered
politics, wfceif, ns he was holding an
elective office and trymg for another,
he was unable to hold any Legion of office
fice office because of the service organiza organization's
tion's organization's ruling. ;
F. H. LaGuardia, president of the
New York board of aldermen, a "major
In the air service during th war, on
his defeat pledged his full support to
Mr. Curran. John Purroy Mitchel.
former mayor of New York, entered
the air service shortly after his de defeat
feat defeat for re-election in 1917 and like likewise
wise likewise became a major In the air serv service.
ice. service. In which capacity h met his
death.

ATHLETICS HIS STROf WORK

On Thursday, Dec. 8th, Mr. J. H.
Reeder will open a candy factory in
a portion of the building occupied
by U-Serve Grocery No. 2 on the
west side of the courthouse square.

Mr. Reeder hag for several months j

been looking over the state for a
suitable location for his enterprise,
and decided that Ocala being central centrally
ly centrally located, was the place for it.
He expects to sell his product for
a while at retail, especially for the
next few months, after which he will
be in position to handle the wholesale
trade. Among his products will be
pecan rolls, peanut and cocoanut
bars; bon-bons, divinities, fudges, etc.
He has for his motto "The War is
Over" and says his prices will be con conformed
formed conformed to before the" world war condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Watch for his announcement

the Star tomorrow.

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Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinneraSundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day andnight. West side of
public square.
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.

What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show showing
ing showing this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see hem. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf

Harry Maloney, American Legion Post
Commander, Leads Team to Vic Victory
tory Victory in Big Games.
The old "setting up" exercises of the
army, invented primaril ni'eged.

for the doubtful
amusement of
sleepy bucks but
which happily
spread by War de department
partment department order to
include the majors
and colonels, did
nothing to wreck
the constitution
or disposition of

Harry W. Mo Moloney,
loney, Moloney, once the

World war ass!

nnt dlrertor of ailiietic.- ai i.a.jd

Stanford University, Palo Alta, Cal.
A veteron of the Boer war, during
which he served with the English,
Maloney kept In condition durine the
davs of the A. E. F. Leaving off the

traininz of varsity athletes at Stan-

ford, he became director of athletics
at Camp Fremont, Cal. Later he went
to France as supervisor of the athletic
entertainment of the Eighth Infantry,
and when the big Inter-ailied games
were held in the Pershing stadium.
Paris, In the spring of 1919, he was in
charge of the American team which
swept everything before it. Maloney
is commander of Fremont post, the
American Legion,

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Look and
Listen I

It is not
safe to we it

'any longer.
Give me
that suit r

overcoat order at once.
Don't let cold weather
catch you unprepared.
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120 S. Main SL, Upstairs
Thompson Building

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Holder of World Record in Gun.
, Pointing, W. S. Wilson Retires
From the Navy.
With sixteen years of service In the
United States navy and the world's

record in gun gun-pointing
pointing gun-pointing to his
credit, William S.
AYllson, Westfield,
Mass., has retired
from a life of
thrills and travel
to that of a front front-porch
porch front-porch citizen.
"Now I'll have
a chance to get
acquainted with
my family," Wil Wilson
son Wilson wrote the

American Legion headquarters when
his final honorable discharge was in
his hands. He is the father of four
children. Including twins.
The .sailor made two trips around
the world before the World war. Dur During
ing During It he was on the first United
States sub chaser to cross the Atlan Atlantic.
tic. Atlantic. He spent the winter of 1917-18
in the waters off the Azores, and later
was detailed as adjutant to organize
a naval unit at Columbia university,
New York. He established his gun gun-pointing
pointing gun-pointing record in ll8 by .getting
ten hits In ten hots in seven. et-n sec seconds
onds seconds at battle range. On discharge
he was chief torpedo man in the flee;
navaT'reserve.

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STOSE

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Phon- J63 Ocala, FloriC-

KsilfZTTy X-lclt as g00A as any cnc less ia pnce

Three packages
for
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon
Campbell's Soup
per can..
Campbell's Soup,
. four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
. three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen

Cherry Bell Flour
24 lb. sack.
Cherry' Bell Flour
12 lb. sack

Sauer's S. R. Flour M 1 f

55c

20c
15c
15c
12c
45c

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21c
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$1.25
65c

Sauer's Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb. sack
C. Gold Self Rising
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C. Gold S. R. (Jjl np
Flour, 24 lb. sackV 1 -0

Quart cans
of Syrup..'.....,....
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pound of
. good Tea

65c

30c
30c
30c

Senate Coffee
per pound

UNEED.4.S 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 Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,
large

Evaporated Milk,
"lafge. per dozen..
Evaporated Milk,
small
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen..
Thiee packages
Argo Starch
One dozen package
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hon.
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup.
Eulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per quart.

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"The rapidly increasing d:vorce
rate." remarked the wit. "indicates
that "America is indeed becoming the
land of the free." Tes." replied his
prosaic friend, "but tl;e continued mar marriage
riage marriage rate suggests that it Is still the,
home of the brave." American Legion
Weekly.

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and promptly finished at Revel's
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1921

TaRL

Good Things to
Eat Just In

California Budded Walnuts
New Brazil Nuts,
Paper Shell Pecans,
Imported Malaga Table Raisins,
Seeded Raisins,
Seedless Raisins,
- Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Pineapple and Assorted Fruits,
; Candied Cherries
Maniotfoto Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Codfish,'
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Anti Pasto,
15am CBig Hominy)
Real French Peas,
Finnan Haddie,
Dutch Herring,
Pearl Barley,
Pearl Tapico,
Graham Flour,
Whole .Wheat F,lour,
Plain Buckwheat Flour,
Roquefort Cheese,
. -Edam Cheese Imported,
New York State Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Kippered Herring,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
, Split )Peas, etc.
O. M.
TEAPOT GROCERY
PHONES 16 and 174
Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men SO-tf
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Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
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Funeral Directors. Embalmers
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And have decided to throw them away,
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Sea Foods, Western
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American, French, Spanish and
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SYNOPSIS.
CHAPTER I. Under bis grandfather!
will, StaM'ord Brcsrhton. society ialer,
finds hia share ot i.ie e.i.ate. valued at
something like $44j,jm. iies in a "safe re re-pos:tory."
pos:tory." re-pos:tory." latitude aii'l iGnj;uui de described,
scribed, described, and that ia all. It may be identi identified
fied identified by the presence nearby of a brown brown-haired,
haired, brown-haired, biue-eyed girl, a piebaia htr8s,
and a dog with a spht'Iace, ha.t black
and half white. Stanford at hrst regards
lh bequest as a joke, but after considera consideration
tion consideration sets out to find his legacy.
CHAPTER II. On his way to Denver,
the city nearest the meriu.ian described
in his grandfather's will, Stanford hears
from a fellow traveler a story having to
do with a flooded mine.
CHAPTER III. Thinking things over,
ne begins to imagine there may Le some something
thing something in his granufaiher's bequest worth
while, his idea finally centering on tne
possibility of a mine, as a "safe reposi repository."
tory." repository." Recalling the narrative on the
train, he asccriains that his fellow trav traveler
eler traveler was a mining engineer, Charles Bul Bul-;erton.
;erton. Bul-;erton. Bulierton refuses him informa information,,
tion,, information,, but from other sources Brou-htoa
learns er.ougn to make h:ni proceed to
Placerville. in the Kt-a desert.
CHAPTER IV. On the station platform
at 'Atiopia, -.just as the tram puiis 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 tra.n at the next stop. Angels. There
he finde that Atrop-a was originally
Placerville, his 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. Beasity.
that he is slightly demented.
, CHAPTER V. Pursued, he abandons
the car, which is wrecked, and escapes on
foot.. In the darkness, he is overtaken
by a girl on horseback, and THE dog.
fter he explains his presence, she in invites
vites invites him to her home, at the Old Cinna Cinnabar
bar Cinnabar mine, to meet her father..
We had traversed possibly half of
the promised mile hi plodding silence
when we tame to a place where the
grade was so steep that it cut what
was left of my sea-level wind to th
small end of nothing.
"Stop a minute and get your
breath," said the pony's rider; and
when Iliad halted: "You are not used
to These high altitudes, are you?"
"N-not so that any one would re
mark it," I gasped. "How high up
are we?"
"About five thousand feet. The min-
is exactly five thousanad three hun hundred.
dred. hundred. I believe."
There it was, you see: THE MINE
"I'ardou 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;
neonle tell me they are."
"Thank you." 1 returned. Tliere is
only one other little-matter and that
can very well wait until we are er
a bit better acquainted, you know.
Shall we go on. now?"
She spoke to her pony and we went
on. Ahead of us and diagonally, up a
CHAPTER VI.
The Old Cinnabar.
"Daddy, here is a man I found down
at the head of Antelope gulch ; he
had lost his way. so I brought him
home with me." was ti e simple man manner
ner manner in which she lann'hed me; and
I found myself shaking hands with
an elderly man who looked as if he
might be a farmer, 'or a miner, or
something of that nature- yon will
know what I mean flannel shirt,
trousers tucked into hoots. Iron-gray
whiskers all over his ace. an eye as
mild as a collie dog's.
"You done plum right. Jeanie," he
remarked; and then to me: "Come
right on in, stranger, and be at home.
If you don't see what you want, ask
for It. After which he went to take
care of the piebald pony.
The log cabin proved to be primitive
only on the outside. The interior was
a dream of cozy homeliness. A hang hanging
ing hanging lamp lighted It, and in its mild
glow I had my first real look at the
girl. V
She" wasn't beautiful In any show showgirl
girl showgirl meaning of the word ; she was
something far better piquant, charm charming.
ing. charming. A round little face, wind-tanned
to a tint as delicious as the blush in
the heart of an apple-blossom, a jolly
bit of a nose, tip-tilted enoygh to be bespeak
speak bespeak a healthy sense of humor, a
mouth neither too large nor too small
upheld by a firm, round chin, and the
chin upheld by an extra firm little jaw.
As she had admitted, her eyes were
blue the blue that shades into violet
and they were well-set; wide apart
and perfectly fearless; the kind of
eyes fit to match the straight-lined
brows that usually go with them.
I sat before the cheerful blaze.
chuckling quietly to myself over the
mad adventures of tiV day and their
highly romantic, not to say miraculous,
outcome. Beyond all manner of doubt
I had stumbled upon the three talis talismans
mans talismans of Cousin Percy's cryptic letter.
By the most marvelous of accidents
I had discovered the girl, the horse
and the dog; and, if the remainder of
Percy's letter were to be taken at
Its face value. I should now be In
touch with my legacy.
As to the character of that legacy,
there could be no further question.
Grandfather Jasper had left me a
-mine; and I. was foully, jyepared t

Lrt'l it trie drmciri ,jf. r" ;

st.ry. What I rai-ht 1-e a-le to make
of it was -a matter wln.-h -! Id wpl!
be jstpned to another day. Just as
I reached this rs?i-mri2 conclusion,
the girl's father came in. drew up a
chair on the 0x40s; re sMe of the
hearth, and 1. iran -tn make me wel welcome
come welcome in a mnl-F;;tnnered way, saying
that they didn't Lav- much company,
and were always "master" glad to see
a new face. He did not ask me any
troublesome questions; and beyond
tell inn me his name, which was Hiram
TwomMy. did not volunteer any In
formation about himself or his daugh
tei mr did he explain how they cam,
to le living In so much comparative
comfort in such an out-of-the-way
place.
A little later the girl returned to
set the table, and presently we had
rA' vT7
A Little Later the Girl Returned to
Set the Table. 1
supper. It was an amazingly good
meal ; crisp bacon, fried potatoes, hot
biscuits and honey, and coffee, that
was most delicious in spite of the'
condensed milk which was made to
serve as cream.
After we left the table the blue blue-eyed
eyed blue-eyed maiden got housewifely busy, and
the old man and 1 sat before the fire
and smokVd. I don't remember just
, how; it was that we finally drifted
around to automobiles and motor boats
and such things, but we did. and may
be I may have brasr'.'ed a bit about
having driven and tinkered prettj
nenrly ai! the breed of go rnrt on land
and water- as l ieaiU ii.ol.
So
"Know about inu'-hinery.
ur
said my heartii-nuije ; and then, with
a 'huii.'oii.u glint in his mild eyes:
"Shouldn't wi.nder if you could be
sort of a Godsend to me. if you want wanted
ed wanted to. To-iiiorrulu if you ain't in too
big a hurry to be leavin' us. Ill get
you to show me a few things that I
doift know, ion thun lines. nia.be."
Of course. 1 acquiesced, cheerfully.
By and by the girl came in and sat
down to knit, jus! as l.er gnindmoiher ;
uiighi have done, and ul ihat her fath-
1 goi up, and. lighting a lantern. ;
venf out. I was fairly perishing by:
i his time to know a vast number of;
things, but Lardlv knew how to begin!
asking about them. So. as the old man
dapped on his hat anil left the cabin.
I blew out the first foolish remark I
tha; came uppermost. i
"All dressed up. and nowhere to go;
sn't that about the way of it"for you :
vo up on this mountain?"
"Meaning Daddj. and now. particu particu-arly.V'"
arly.V'" particu-arly.V'" she said, smiling across at tuel
'lie has gone to make his regular
round of the mine buildings and cab cabins.
ins. cabins. Not that there is the slightest use
of it; only he likes to feel that he is
at least pretending to earn hij pay."
"The mine?" I queried.
"Yes; this is the old Cinnabar, you
know ; and Diuldy is the well. I sup suppose
pose suppose you might call us the caretakers,
though there isn't much to take care
of. The mine has been shut down
for a year and more."
"Is it a gold mine?"
"It was."
"Why the past tense?" i
"Water," she said, briefly. "It's a
drowned mine. That is why it was
shut down."
Of course, this was exactly what 1
was expecting to hear, and yet this
plain unvarnished confirmation of
things gave me a damft and soggy feel feeling
ing feeling of desindency. Percy had wired,
you remember, that his letter was no
joke: but it seemed that it really was
one, and that the joke which was
a mighty grim one was on u;e.
"Can't tiie wu:er be pumped out?"
I asked. k
"It setms not. I understand the
couipitb.v s-pt-m thousands of dollars
trying to j.ump it out. If its rather
.dtiful."
: -You mean the company's loss?"
"No; the company d.dn't lose any-ihii..-.
It was ju-t one old man."
Now wy were coming to the real
meat of the thing and I looked my
hand of curds over carefully to the
end that I should not overplay it.
"I'm fond of stories," 1 ventured;
"e-peciuily mining stories." and there thereupon
upon thereupon she told tne the story of the Cin Cinnabar.
nabar. Cinnabar. It was a Tair repetition of
Buliemm's tale, with a few mwre of
the particulars thrown in.
As my brue-eyed little Scheherazade
ur.ders;ood it. my grandfather had
been a minority stockholder in the
comp.mj during its prosperous period.
When the water debacle tame, the fact
of it w i-urefuUy concealed from
Mr, vi1 tti" generously permitted

i

to J"."F!To"tffe rescue "uiei ae uiu
by payings a fabulous sum (Schehera (Scheherazade
zade (Scheherazade did not know how much) for bis
fellow-stockholders' holdings, in other
words, they had sold him a gold brick ;
soaked him for a final clean-up on a
doomed mine. That was about all
there was to it.
"Did my did the old gentleman you
speak of ever come out here himself?
She nodded.
"Once that we know off; that was
after it was all over and the place was
deserted. At that time Daddy bad
taken up a claim just west of here In
the next gulch and we were living In
this cabin; squatters, I guess you'd
call us". So we camped down.
"That was quite right and proper.
And this Mr. Jasper Dudley ; he didn't
turn you out when he came, did he?
"Oh. no, indeed ; he was very kind.
When he found that Daddy's gulch
claim wasn't going to pan out any anything,
thing, anything, he said he needed a caretaker
here, and since that time he has sent
us money every month. But now I
suppose It will all be different, Mr.
Dudley is dead."
"But the heirs?" I suggested.
"We don't even know who they are.
When Mr. Dudley went away he left
a sealed envelope with Daddy. He
said he might come back again, some
time, but If he didn't, or couldn't. Dad Daddy
dy Daddy was to keep the envelope and give
it to his Mr. Dudley's representa representative,
tive, representative, whoever that might be.
Talk about plots thickening! This
one was already as thick as molasses
;n the dead of winter!
"How were you to know this repre-.-ntitive
if fine should come?" I edged
in cautiously.
"I don't know," sne replied simply.
"I should suppose he would be able
o identify himself in some way.
though; shouldn't you? That is. If he
fver comes." 1
"Sore; nothing easier, of course."
i agreed ; and then, since we seemed
ro have scraped the bottom of the Cin Cinnabar
nabar Cinnabar dish clean I switched off to
something else.-
"When we were cofnlng up the road
a while back. Miss .Teanie. you gath gathered
ered gathered the impulsion that I wm a crazy
man. didn't you?"
"Didn't you try to give me that Im Impression?"
pression?" Impression?" she-countered.
"I fancy I didn't have to try very
bard inasmuch ap you had been
spending the afternoon In Atropia.
' She forced a queer little laugh and
bent lower over her knitting.
"When you were In Atropla, did you
see or hear anything of the other crazy
man?"
"Is there another one?" she asked,
a bit breathlessly.
"I was told so in Angels this after afternoon."
noon." afternoon."
"Is tbis other 'man a friend of
yours?" she wanted to know.
"You could scarcely tall him that;
Tve met him only once. He Is a min mining
ing mining engineer and his name is Buller Buller-roti
roti Buller-roti Charles Bullerton."
If 1 had reached up and got her pis pistol
tol pistol out of its holster over the mantel
to bang it off into. the fireplace -site
could hardly have been more startled,
"Ch-Charles Bullerton?" she stam stammered.
mered. stammered. "Is" Mr. Bullerton here?"
"Not here, exactly, but he was in
Atropia two days ago. Do you, by
any chance, hapjien to know him?"
- "Oil, yes; qui-quite well."
"Then, naturally, you know best
whether or not he is In my class the
crazy class, I mean.
Once more" she let the blue eyes
drop to her knitting, and If I wasn't
mistaken the pretty lips were twisting

themselves in a sort of wry smile.
"The last time I saw him he told
me he was crazy." she admitted.
"Isn't this delightful!" I murmured.
"Bullerton is crazy, and I'm crazy;
perhaps we are all a bit crazy. Do
you know. Miss Jeanie. that I have
come thousands of miles to find you?"
"To find me?" the blue eyes were
as round as the fuU moon.
"Even so; you. your horse and your
dog. Would you er would yon per permit
mit permit an exceedingly personal question?
Bemembering always that it is put
by a man who has lost his wits? Have
you a small brown mole on your left
shoulder?"
She blushed very, fetchingly ; even
the handsome mountain wind tan
wasn't brown enough to hide It.
"I think you are crazy completely
crazy."
"Certainly I am; there hasn't been,
the slightest doubt of It since well,
since about two weeks ago, when I
started to hunt for you and a pie pie-faced
faced pie-faced dog and piebald horse."
There was silence before the fire
for a long minute and I began to be
afraid Daddy Hiram would come bac
before anything else happened. The
she said, with more curiosity than re
sentment, I thought:
"How did you know about the
mole?"
"Then there is one?" I questioned
eagerly.
"Y-yes."
"Glory be!" I cbanted." "You don't
know what a load you have lifted from
whatever poor fragment of a mind I
have left !"
Again she said: I don't know what
you mean."
"Just you wait." I begged. "I have
lucid intervals at times; all crazy folks
do. you know. When my next one
comes along I'll explain as much as I
can which isn't nearly as much as
you might think, at that.
It was just at this moment that her
father returned, so she went on with
her sock-knitting while we two men
talked a bit and had a bed-time smoke.
Pretty soon I began to get sleepy
a natural consequence of the strenu strenuous
ous strenuous day and at the third yawn, which
I was trying vainly to hide. Daddy
Twombly lighted a candle and offered
to i&how rae mr Mink
(Continued Tomorrow)

PRIMARY SCHOOLS NEEDS
A NEW PIANO

The piano that's found at the primary
school
Is a regnlar old tin pan.
The noises that come from the hard
old box
Would frighten the average man.
The children's sweet voices would
charm you," I know,
Could you hear them above the sad
din
That is made by the tangle of ivory
and .strings
Which to music is really no kin.
When Miss Marsh strikes A sharp it
is sure to sound flat,
And the fiats vice versa you see,
And the, naturals well, there aren't
any in fact,
For the F's and the E's all sound G.
The people who pass in their autos
all say
As they hold both their hands to
their ears
That But this paper would not print
what they say.
And we promise solemnly not to go
any further if you will agree to go to
sej "the Little Pink Lady" at the
Temple theater Thursday evening,
Dec. 8th, for the benefit of a new
piano for the primary school. If you
do not well, we may have to say
more and 'worse, if possible.
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS
Dunnellon Chapter No. 114 requests
that you be present at a banquet to
be given by the Masons and Dunnellon
Chapter O. E. S., at Dunnellon on
Tuesday evening, Dec. 6th, at 8:30 p.
m. Chas. W. Rush,
Secretary Dunnellon Chapter.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
I
Best meals in the city for 50 cens.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. 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
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Peter Russell DuBoise. Complainant,
- vs. Lillian Hope Mapp DuBoise.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Lillian Hope
Mapp DuBoise, be and is hereby re required
quired required to appear to the bill of com complaint
plaint complaint filed in this cause on or before
Monday, the 2nd day of January, 1922.
It is further prdered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 25th day of November, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By R. K. Batts, D. C
H. M. Hampton,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-28-mon

m
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Everything Good To Eat

MEATS and GROCERIES,
Phone
ri
li
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3

4 SERVICE TRY
PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE

WHITE STAii Lm

Negotiable Storage Recipt Issued on Cotton. Automobilr. Etc.
IIS- movs, pack, ship I LONG DISTAfiCE MOVING

1 n 1 1 LIVESTOCK.
Ur Kr
III. FURNITURE, ETC

C V. Roberts Barney Spencer
Phone 303 Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
OfSce Phcne 330. Ocala, F!a.
217 W. Broadway
f i
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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
1 SASH
doo:: I
Geo. liUay l Co. I
Ocala, Fla.
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8
HARDWARE
t
HIGH GRADE PAINT
:
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
yrork for the money than any other
contractor in the city,
fliV can riw Siye you the
,'-v i.7 ia;esi, up-to-aate
mpthrwls. nsurincr vnn
?.stE jv- the most careful and
thoro service.
DR. K. J. WEfllE,
Optometrist and Gp.cio
Eyesight Xowaii,,;
RAiLHQADS 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
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York
Arrive
2:10 1 jn
1 :50 pm
3:50 pm
4:05 m
1:35 am
2:15 --m
1:35 pm
4:05 pm
R. R.
1:55 pm Jacksonville
j 4:17 pm Jacksonville
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
L&vc .Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 :jn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsviile 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dur.ellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm' Gainesville 11:50 am
Slonday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
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OCALA EVENING STAK MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1921

FOUR

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED- At once, a job of some
kind. Had six months' experience in
grocery store, also a Ford mechanic.
Good reference. State salary. Ad

dress W. C- Hall, Anthony, i la. o-Vt

FOR EENT Close in, rooms fur

niched or unfurnished. Inquire at

C A L A OeCtllEIICES

Miss Zelma Cason of Island Grove,
is visiting Miss Frances Tarver.

See our new novelty ladie3 shoes.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-6t

Mr. Frank Harris Jr. returned
home yesterday from Jacksonville,

ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES

niMiu v. """ nT:; where he attended the Florida-North
Singer office, corner Magnolia and vii

Fort King.

5-6t

FOR RENT jFurnished bed room,
either one or two beds. Apply to
1106 S. Orange St. or phone 169. 3t

FOR SALE A Ford light truck with
ttols; good running order; $150
ash. F. E. Akin, 716 Alvarez St.,
near high school. It

FOR SALE Cut down .Ford with

wire wheels and extra wheel; in
first class condition. Can be seen

at Dixie Highway Garage. l-6t

FOR SALE Cabbage, onion and let

nlants. II.' P. Bitting. 3-6t

X-MAS CAKES ETC. Orders taken

for cakes of all kinds; also raism
and niit bread. Give your orders
now for your Xmas fruit cake.

Mrs. L. W. Ponder, phone 461 or

239. 3-6t

Carolina football game.

Mn Jesse Neely, who is so critically

ill at the hospital, is resting comfort comfortably
ably comfortably today.

At the memorial services of the
Ocala lodge of Elks held Sunday
morning in the lodge rooms, all the
officers were present and quite a num number
ber number of the members. Dr. F. E. Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane acted as chaplain and the serv services
ices services to the memory of departed broth brothers
ers brothers were most impressive and inter interesting
esting interesting to all present.

LETS GO

Do you happen to know how' badly
a piano is needed at the primary
school? If not, drop in some day and
hear the kiddies try to sing and you

will realize what it means to reach
for a note with all the confident en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm of youth and the piano fails
to respond or if h does respond the
sound is so far from what it should
be that it might better have been

Mrs. Bert Leigh and her two pretty j siient.

children left early this morning for The present piano is one that has

4.

Ladies' new street and theatrical

footwear. Guarantee Clothing and

Shoe Company. 5-6t

Dr. E. G. Lindner returned home
yesterday from a week's visit to
Cuba, where he attended ;lhe conven convention
tion convention of Seaboard surgeons.

New ladies' shoes, baby Louis heels.

Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-t

New York, to join Mr. Leigh, who will
probably be in the metropolis most of
the winter. Their friends hope to see
them return to Ocala in the spring.

A good many people express indig indignation
nation indignation that William Nye, who was ar arrested
rested arrested on a serious charge last week,

and was bailed cut, should continue
in control of the street force. It is
not for anybody to say Mr. Nye is
guilty until he has been tried, never nevertheless
theless nevertheless it is rather jarring to most
Ocala people to have to consider him
as a city officer until he is cleared.

New Low Prices on
Fisk, Cord and Fabric

annuel

Flaconettes perfumery put up In

The W.'C. T. U. will hold a called! glass, with aluminum case no better

meeting for the election of officers to

morrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. T. Gary at 3:30 o'clock.

FOR SALE A piano, also

hand furniture bought and sold.
Eagle Furniture Co., Ill South
Magnolia street. 30-6t

Christmas cards "made in Dixie,"

second- at Gerig's Drug Store. 5-tf

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

Trt-o OATPTTftrH 1920 model. Used!

i lIJtJ I .-,1 11 J 2 1

; fami1v onlv. Price. $250. me ionowing iormea a congeiuai

n rx.v. j I r.,it.xi i- i,5

Can be seen at Adams & Morrison Priy leav.ng iui vu. u"

26-tf morning, to enjoy a wees s nunung;

Messrs. Will Bullock, W. B. Galla-

FOR RENT Four furnished rooms. I gher. Sheriff S. C. M." Thomas and

The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will hold its regular
monthly meeting tomorrow evening
at 8 o'clock at the club rooms. j

Misses Foda and Margaret McNeal

spent the past week-end with their
parents in Kissimmee, leaving Ocala

Friday afternoon and returning Sun
day afternoon.

ever s$ld. To be bought only at the

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-jt

Let your photograph pay your

friends a holiday visit. Make the ap

pointment early at Revel's Studio,
over Guarantee Clothing and Shoe

Store. i l-6t

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adams' and
little daughter left Saturday for
Georgia. They expect to be gone only
a few days and when they return will
be- accompanied by Mr. Adams'
mother, twp sisters and brother, who
expect to make Ocala their future
home, hav'ng rented one of the
Duebel houses in the third ward.

Can be used for light housekeeping percy Perkins..

if desired. Apply to Jesse Donald-

corner usceoia ana oeuunu

son,

streets.

12-2-3t

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

Mrs. Hartzog of Columbia, S. C,
and Miss Daisie Rizer of Olar, S. C,
are guests of their cousins, Mrs. T.
H. Johnson. and Mrs. Harry Walters.
They also have as their guests Miss
Louise Green of Oranageburg, S. C,
and Miss Sara Neely of Olar, S. C.
Mrs. T. H. Johnson will entertain for
them totmorrow afternoon from three
to six o'clock.

seen better days and after a life of
hard service has earned the right to
honorable discharge.
We are all interested in our chil children
dren children having music in the schools.
The school board is doing all in its
power to make it ppssible by provid

ing teachers but new piano is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely essential and some of our good

women have come to the rescue with

a plan to separate us painlessly from
some of our coin by offering in ex exchange
change exchange an entertainment of rare
pleasure.
Thursday evening Dec. 8th, at the
Temple theater, in addition to the
regular picture, a bunch of pretty

girls may be seen in a dainty playlet
pntitled. "The Little Pink Lady," a

story of the early days of Plymouth,
in which the interest centers around
a lost will, a French fan and but
ycu must see it to learn- more, of the
plot.
Now if all the mothers and fathers
and grandmothers and grandfathers

and big brothers and sisters and
ur.cles and aunts and cousins and
friends and well wishers of all the
children in the primary school will
just join hands with those who are
giving time and effort toward mak making
ing making ihis occasion possible, and pull
and make it a great big success, then
we can buy the piano and have that

nice virtuous, complacent feeling of

having performed an act of duty and

nuhlic service, when as a matter of

fact were having a mighty good time.

Let's Go!

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FOR RENT Five room apartment.

x Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort

King and S. Magnolia, phone, 73. tf

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

ing FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf

Apalachicola oysters every aay, vu

Candv. fruit cake, fancy work fori cents a quart; $2.50 a gallon. City

snlo Sat.urdav. Dec. 10th. on the Ocala Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

House porch by the members of the

Friendship Wesley Bible Class. 3-6t

'Pompano, Spanish mackerel and
blue fish received today at the City
Fish Market. Phdne 158 5-3t

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck I maT,apr in Atlanta, telline him

excellent condition, eqmupeu ... H cars in the month

We sell the famous Alabama Inde

structible Dolls. Call and see the

Dr. M. C. Izlar is the proud pos- iarjre line on display for Christmas.

sessor of a telegram from the Buick style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 1-tf

in

with cord tires. A good buy. Apply Qf November than any other man in

Chero-Cola Company.

24-tf

"FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms.

Apply 120 N. Sanchez. 28-tf

FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab

bage and Big Boston lettuce plants, J Company.

25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou-
sand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,

. 746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,

Ocala, Fla. 16-tf,

his sales class. By leading m sales

Mr. Izlar receives a gold watch fob.

We have on hand two seven-pas

senger cars which .we will sell at a

bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf

For fresh meat call phone 108. Maji
Street Market. tt

Government War Tax Included

6000 MILE GUARANTEE TIRES TUBES
.30x3 Clincher, Plain Tread, Fabric $ 9.33 $ 2.07
30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric 10.93
30x34 Clincher, Premier, Fabric 11.29 2.32
31x4 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric 20.28 3.10
32x3 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric 19.49 2.58
32x4 Clincher, Straight Side, Fabric 24.43 3.36
33x4 Straight Side. Non-Skid, Fabric 25.46 3.36
34x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric 26.50 3.62
7C00 MILE GUARANTEE TIRES TUBES
30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric... 15.44 22
8000 .MILE GUARANTEE TIRES TUBES
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric 13.00 2.07
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric 18.54 2.32
30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Cord .' 18.54 2.32
31x4 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric 23.90 3.10
31x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 28.05 3.10
. 32x3 Straight Side, Red Top. Fabric 23.64 2.58
32x3 Straight Side. Non-Skid, Cord 25.69 2.58
32x4 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric 27.53 3.36
32x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 31.68 3.36
33x4 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric 28.56 3.36
33x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 32.71 3.36
32x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 40.50 4.39
33x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 41.03 4.39
34x4 Straight Side. Non-Skid, Cord: 42.58 4.65
35x4 Straight Side. Non-Skid, Cord 43.10 4.65
S6x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 44.65 4.91
33x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord .: 50.68 5.18
35x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 53.48 5.43
37x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord 56.08 5.69
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8000 MILE GUARANTEE TIRES TUBES
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34x4 Flat Side, Cord .. . 48.25 4.65
33x5 Flat Tread, Cord 56.08 5.18
31x5 Flat Tread, Cord 57.38 5.28
35x5' Flat Tread, Cord 58.68 5.43
36x6 Flat Tread, Cord 79.90 10.38
38x7 Flat Tread, Cord 111.00 12.4
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5-6t

HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
Machine office, No. 2 Fort King

Ave. Mail orders returned same day

as received. 28-tf

A frightened horse destroyed one

of the white way standards in front
(of the Harrington Hall Cafe yester

day. A young. man came in from the

j tit it dia. I country, tied vhis -horse to the light
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blocher of Mt. .

r -vi i stanaaru wane iie wem. mw ure vaxv,
Vernon, Ohio, have arrived m Ocala fA

C&I1V1 III 17 ClllilllUk itiifc.-w--

and pulled the light down and ran
some distance before he was stopped.

an dwill spend the winter in Ocala

with their daughter, Mrs. Ada Darl

ing.

Flaconettes perfumery, all

Phone 284. Court Pharmacy.

odors.

16-6t

MULES Ten pair four year old

matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; price

three hundred and fifty to four hun

dred and fifty a .pair.

Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf

SHOE REPAIRING Why discard

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

We have Society Brand's last word

in clothing. Pay us a visit. Guaraii'
tee Clothing & Shoe Company. 5-6t

' Only a very clever lawyer and a

Dr.i and Mrs. H. C. Dozier returned lenient jury saved W. M. Davidson

home'yesterday from a week's trip to j his shirt during a deer hunt last

Anthonvl fluha. where Dr. Dozier attended the week. J. D. Wilkes was not so for-

convention of Seaboard Air Line sttr- I tunate and left his shirt in the woods

peons, of which he was president. f The party had made an agreement

This is a Studebaker year.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf

Thii is a Studebaker year.
If you have any society items for
che Star, please call five-one.

This is a Studebaker year.

that any one of the bunch who shot

A varied line of parlor sets now on I at a deer and missed, was to give up

HiciTilnv hprf Thev are serviceable, 1 his shirt to the crowd. Jur. uavia-

as -new for all practical purposes? UDtothe-minute. and selling at very 1 son was fishing one morning during

Work neatly executed on short no- r,asonabie rjrices. Let us show you the hunt and a deer came into the wa-

tice. Only best material used. A. -h line Theus Bros, The Furniture 1 ter close to his boat. He shot ami

B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave- M 30tf missed, but his lawyer claimed

nue. xi-o-im i i vaf naVidson merely shot to scare

One Ford roadster truck will be the deer away so that the. fishing

" Perhaps the blue-law reformers are
mer-ely asserting their Inalienable right
to the pursuit of happiness, but If

they don't let up they will chase it off

the earth.

The shah of Persia owns a tobacco

nine worth $500,000. and even at that

It is 'hiehly probable that Mrs. Shah

won't let him smoke It to the best

room,
Bring us your job work.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

The
Windsor

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Hemming P.irk

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ie city, with

for a front

yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBKRT M. MEYER,
Manager
J. H KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor

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

sold cheap if sold at once

Motor Co: Phone 252.

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Needham I would not be disturbed.

26-tf

FOR SALE Two cut down Fords,

cheaD for cash. Apply to J. F.

Winer, 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 enter an another
other another line. Books will be shown to
anyone meaning business to prove
that it is a money maker. Address
"Opportunity," care Star, Ocala,
Fla. 1 12-l-6t

Saturday afternoon proved a very

Mr. J. V. Tarver, who has been in I pleasant time for thirty little chil-

poor health for some time, left yes- J dren, when they went to the home of

tcrday for Jacksonville, where HI will j Urs, S. C. M. Thomas to celebrate
enter a hospital for treatment. His J jtle Ellen Thomas' fifth birthday.

friends hope that the change will I js1 5ng advantage of the warm weath-

prove beneficial. J er i hey played all kinds of games out

side on the lawn. Later in the after-

HIGH CLASS COLORED
ENTERTAINMENT

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

ENGRAVING
On Pyral in -Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
WEIHE COMPANY,
5-1 2t The Ocala Jewelers.

Salt.n iilot, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.

Mr. H. B. Baxter has a large con-jnoon the guests wer taken in

tract for out of town hauling for a J dining room, which was prettily dec dec-few
few dec-few weeks, after which time he will I orated for the party, a red and white

return to his transfer business in the J color scheme being carried out and j

city. Notice of his return will be an- I flaming poinsettias were used effect-

pounced upon completion of the pres-iveiy jn the decorations. In one cor cor-ent
ent cor-ent .contract. I ner of the room stood a Christmas

tree, filled with the presents that the

Symphony Lawn, that good paper, J children had brought to the little

honor guests. A big birthday cake
stood in the center of the table and
each of the gu?3 s took turns in cut cutting
ting cutting same;. Audrey Carlisle getting
the thimble and Ellen Thomas the
ring. Refreshments of cake and
punch were served and each guest
was given a bag of home made fudge
and divinity, candy. From three to
six o'clock the guests had a very
happy time and as dark came reluct reluctantly
antly reluctantly made their good-byes, wishing
little Ellen many happy returns of
the day.

Elocutionary and violin recital by
the talented colored woman, Florida
L DesVerney, assisted by some of
the best local talent of the city and
state, at Zion M. E. church, corner of
Adams and N. Pond streets, on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m. This

the wHl be a splendid literary and music-

The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's

Drug Store. 5-tf
Mr. William Duebel Sunday some somewhere
where somewhere between the Episcopal church
and his home on South Magnolia
street, lost a plain gold ring which
he prized very highly, having worn
it for ten years. William would ap appreciate
preciate appreciate its return, if found.

al treat for all who attend. The en

tertairment will be in the-interest of
the colored delinquent home, located
here, and Zion M. E. church. We espe especially
cially especially solicit the patronage of white
friends.. Seats will be provided for
them. No admission but a liberal
silver offering wil lbe solicited.
5-2t Rev. A. Emmanuel, Pastor.

Take Yeast Vitarsiosn
Tablets To Put Om
. "Stay -There" Flesh
More "Pep" and "Punch" Small Cost.
Thil rr nm-down folks will find thia simple test well worth trying: T&
Martin's VITAMON-two tablets with every meal Then weigh and aesur
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you are satisfied with your gain in weight and energy. Mastin's VITAMOM
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Science says you must have to be strong, well and fully developed. By increazic
the nourishing power of what you eat Maatin'a VITAMON Tablet supply jm

what your body needs to leed
the shrunken tissues, strengthen
internal organs, clear the ekin
and renew shattered nerve force
without upsetting the stomach
or causing gas. A two weeka
test will surprise you!
. IMPORTANT! While the
amazing health-buildinK value
of Mastin's VITAMON Tab Tablets
lets Tablets has been clearly and posi positively
tively positively demonstrated in cases of
lack of energy, nervous trou troubles,
bles, troubles, anemia, indigestion, con constipation,
stipation, constipation, skin eruptions, poor
complexion and a generally
weakened physical and mental
condition, they should not be
used by anyone who OBJECTS
to having their weight increased
to normal. Be sure to remem remember
ber remember the name Mastin's VI-TA-MOX.
You can get Mas Mas-tin's
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good druggists.

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