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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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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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A Bglo-Japanese Compact to be Suc Succeeded
ceeded Succeeded by One on Which Amer--
ica Might' Come In

' Vashington, Dec.. 7,r( Associated
I Press) A entative proposal for
; agreement between the United States
1 ; and I other powers :o replace the
Anglo-Japanese alliance has been
cabled to London a, well. as to Tokio,
-Tas a-result of the last meeting of the,
) arms conference big three.
1 REPORT OFSECRETARY
j r.- OF THE TREASURY
k : Associated i'ress)
1 'Washington, Dec. :7 -Further revis revis-!ioa
!ioa revis-!ioa of the tax laws,1 with a reduction
5 of ; the maximum increase in surtax
rate to 20 op 25 per cent and acf-
justment of the rates on business
I profits and estates, -is suggested by
7; Secretary Mellon in his first annual
( report, transmitted today to Con-
gress.
i The treasury secretary also an an-4
4 an-4 nounces that the treasury's policy
with. respect to deferment of the sol sol-k
k sol-k diers' bonus is unchanged, and urges
prompt funding of the ten billions of
dollars of foreign loans as "one of the the-.
. the-. outstanding .needs of the present eco economic
nomic economic situation." v-j'
?Ir. Mellon also informs Congress
that the maturity; wjithin the next stx
months of $675,000,000 of the short short-dated
dated short-dated debt, "makes it imperative that
the government pursue a policy of the.
Utmost economicy and avoid new un undertakings
dertakings undertakings that would throw addi additional
tional additional burdens, on the treasury and
-embarrass the funding operations"
with respect to the floating debt. r
. Revenue revision is the subject
upon which the secretary, lays the
most stress. lie says the changes .in
the I tax Jaw voted by, Congress last
month "gave substantial relief to
business and industry, and restored
- In some measure th freedom of busi business
ness business transactions, but our system of
taxation still 'requires?: carefjidf
' thoughtful consideration. He then
1 'proceeds to' sa that if the loss of
revenue resulting from the reductions
in iurtax and. other-rates suggested
cannot be made up by "rigid economy
in expenditures," it can be met
either by placing a tax on certain
specific articles, or by a low rate gen
eral tax on a broad class of articles
or transactions."
V is of vital importance," Mr. Mel Mellon
lon Mellon declares, "that adjustment be
made in our scheme of taxation where whereby
by whereby the burden will not fall unduly,
either" djrectly gr indirectly, uppn ghy
particular glass, and. at the same time
will not seriously interference with
productive : industry and the general
prosperity of the country f.
.' "It would not seem either wise or
necessary .to change from our present
system of taxation to new .and untried
plans. By retaining the income tax
with "reasonable surtax rates, which
in peace times ultimately should, not

Jsraise above ten rer cent, taxnavers

would still be required to contribute
in proportion to their ability t pay;
hile by placing a certain amount of
ax on "specific artlgle, or classes pf
rtifles, or transjictiAns, a so Ipw
ra,te that they coulJ readily le borpe
vithgut injury, the income tax could
be materially simplified, the tax laws
'puld be more readily administered
' and at the same tim e the needed reve revenues
nues revenues would be 'raised without the gyi
effegt now resulting fron he pfes pfes-excessive
excessive pfes-excessive rates of taxgtipii.
Mr. Mellon informs Congress that
the amount of revenue involved in the
suggested reduction of rates "is not
-nearly as great as is generally sup supposed."
posed." supposed." Tp reduce the prtax ratef to a
niximum of 25 per ent an graduatr
vng t)ie reductions thrpugli all e
isfgekets he sys, ,iwoul( mean an
gppent loss of about 130,obQ,OOQ in
revenue. A 0 per eent maximum
rate on the same basis would involve
ft 'revenue loss of abut ?200,OOQ,000,
Other adjustments whieh should be
made would probably Involve an
amount equal to that made in the sur surtax
tax surtax rates. The loss xf revenue, how
ever, would not be permanent, for the
reduced rates would ultimately be
productive of more revenue than
higher rates, due to the increase in
taxable transactions."
Reiterating arguments that the ef
fect of high' surtax rates is to keep
new capital out of productive enter enter-price,
price, enter-price, and to prevent normal business
Irslnf actipns with, t he result th$t mat?
; ural industrial development is je?
torded, Mr. Mellon adds:
"The Idea seems to be prevalent
that in taxing large incomes, only the
! person receiving the income, and who
is to pay the tax ip really concerned.
This is "a mistake. For whatever the

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An Over-Night Revolution Deprived
1 President Herrera of Guatemala
! Of His Office

Guatemala City, Guatemala, Dec. 7.
(By Associated Press). The govern government
ment government of President Carlos Herrera
was overthrown at midnight last
night after fighting in which three
persons ,. were killed and several
wounded. President Herrera surren surrendered
dered surrendered his powers to a provisional gov government
ernment government headed by General Jose Ma Maria
ria Maria Lima, General Orellana and Miguel
Larrave, former under escretary of
war. I. The provisional government is
reported to have imprisoned Foreign
Minister Aguirre, Finance Minister
Escamilla, Vice President Zelaya,
President of Congress Rafael Pinol
and various members of the unionist
party.
; HERRERA HELD
Washington, Dec. 7. Carlos Her Herrera,"
rera," Herrera," whose government was over overthrown
thrown overthrown in Guatemala in the revolution
which began Monday at midnight, is
reported in advices to American offi officials
cials officials today to be a prisoner in his
residence. Members of the Herrera
cabinet, the advices said, axe being
held in a military prison.
- LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council met la'st' night at
the usual place and time, with Presi President
dent President Mclver, Alderman Simmons,
Winer and Goldman, Clerk Sistrunk
and City Attorney Hocker around the
table, and Fire Chief Raymond and
a" Star reporter on the benches. This
small and compact body was aug augmented
mented augmented ; during the evening when
Messrs. S. H. Christian, Dr. J. -R.
Blackiston, Mr. J. R. Moorhead, Mr.
F.' G. Murphy and a committee repre representing
senting representing therWoman's Club, composed
of Mrs. E. 1 A.. Osborne, Mrs. C. W.
Hunter and Mrs. J. H. Good, made
their- riTWrafif ; ' '-.
Atcommuiiieation was
read : from
Mr.,C. E. Fogglestrom, who lives'
near Santos, asking relief from the
payment of $20 for the release of
three head of cattle that strayed into
the city and were impounded. It
seems the council recently passed a
very ; stringent ordinance against
stock roaming at large within the
city limits and Mr. Fogglestrom was
one of its first victims. The city at attorney
torney attorney sdvised the council that it had
nc other alternative than to carry out
the provisions of the ordinance, so
the petition was not. granted, though
some members of the council were
inclined to remit some part of the
fee paid.
-Mrl Goldman introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance which was inspired, by the re recent
cent recent visit to Ocala of Howe's Lond n
circus, where parents with small
children and babies in arms were re-
quired to pay fifty cents for an ad admission
mission admission ticket and fifty or seventy-
five cents for a reserve' seat for their
children.; Mr. Goldman's ordinance
provides that all tented attractions
shall r advertise in advance the price
of reserve seats and shall not charge
for children under! six year of age,
when accompanied by a person pay
ing the full admission pric.9. pen penalty
alty penalty of $100 fine and a jail' sentence
is provided. The ordinance was
referred to the department of justice.
Mr. Hoeker read a letter receiyed.
from the. state board of health in
reference to the Imhoflf tank muddle.
Alsp a letter the city, attorney had
written to the Pacific Flush Tank
Company, which claims patent rights
and royalties on the Imhoff tank. fThe
city is trying to ascertain to whom it
should pay royalties and for what
period of-time, before it turns lope
any of its good money.
The ordinance paving the way for
release of the Silver Springs pan-r
handle was put on second and third
reading and passed, all members vol
ing aye. Thli ordinance provides for
a special election, to be called by
proclamation of the mayor, in which
the people both within the city and
the territory which the city seeks to
release will vote on the proposition
One, polling both will be at Silver
Springs and another at the city hall.
A two-thirds vote in favor of cutting
off the Danhandle will achieve this
object.
Mr. J. R. Blackiston asked to be re relieved
lieved relieved of interest on taxes due on a
piece of property he purchased, sorne
years ago, having bought same in
the belief that the title wafc clear. TTis
request was granted.
Mr. J. R. Moorhead asked to be al allowed
lowed allowed to pay taxes on his property
in arrears less the 25 per cent inter interest
est interest rate assessed. Council agreed to
let Mr. Moorhead off with eight per
cent interest on the. back payments.
Mrs. E. .A. Osborne, Mrs. C. W.
Hunter and Mrs. J. IL Good, a com-

After a Ten Years Leave of Power,
The Conservatives "Were
Voted Out

(Associated Press)
Ottawa, Dec. 7. Although returns
from yesterday's general election are
still incomplete, it is apparent that
for the first time in ten years Canada
has elected a parliament with a ma majority
jority majority favoring reciprocity with the
United States. In the new house of
commons W. L. McKenzie King, lib liberal
eral liberal leader, will have a clear majority
over all parties and thus become
prime minister of the Dominion. The
progressives, favoring reciprocity and
a low tariff, will rank second and the
high tariff party, headed by Premier
Meighen, third. Meighen himself was
defeated in his home district.
CAMIEX WAS CARELESS IN
SLINGING THE CASH
St. Louis Defaulter's Firm
Branches in this State
Has
- V ; (Associated Press)
St. Louis, Dec. 7- Herbert C. Ca Ca-mien,
mien, Ca-mien, president of the accounting
firm of Giraldind-Fink-Camien, with
headquarters here, was indicted on
charges of grand larceny and embez embezzlement,
zlement, embezzlement, according to an announce announcement
ment announcement by the circuit attorney today.
The firm has branches in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Tampa and other cities thruout
the country.
mittee representing, the Woman's
Clubbrought up the matter of the
tourist camp in the fourth ward, stat stating
ing stating that it should be equipped with
the customary conveniences, made
sanitary and attractive or abandoned,
as in its present condition it is a dis dis-giace
giace dis-giace to the town. Mr. JVIcIver stated
that the city had appropriated $300
for this purpose, tut as the camp is
on 'private property the council was
reluctant to spend 'any money there.
It seems that the Board of Trade, the
Woman's Club and the council are all
interested in establishing a tourist
camp ground that will be a credit to
Ocala and with this end in view Mr.
Mclver appointed a committee com
posed of Messrs. Winer, Simmons
and Goldman to confer with the com committees
mittees committees of the, other two organiza
tions. At the request of Mr. Winer,
Mr. Mclver .placed himself instead of
Mr. Winer on this committee. It was
suggested f that some place nea.r the
Dixie highway just north of the city
would be the most desirable location
for the camp, which will have to be
close to town in order to economize
on supplying light and water ; facili facilities.
ties. facilities. Mr. P. G. Murphy presented a pe
tition asking the council to proceed
with sidewalk construction on North
Main street. Mr. Hocker stated that
it was. necessary to give non-resident
property owners notice by publication
that this work would be done and that
the time required after the notice had
not elapsed, and Mr. Mclver stated
that this work would proceed as rap
idly as possible under the law,
Mrs. C. R. Tydings made her re
port as chairman of the rest room,
showing that nearly 1000 vistiors had
registered there during November.
City Health Officer Watt made his
report f pr November, which is as
follows:
Dairies inspected and milk examin
ed as follows:.
Close: Inspection 92 per cent, but
ter fat 4.7 per cent, baeteria 63,000.
Counts: Butter fat, 5.5 per cent,
bacteria 16,000.
Gray: Inspection 8 per cent; but
ter fat 4.9 per cent, batceria 119,000.
Green: Inspection 83; per eent, but
ter fat 5.Q per cent, bacteria 82,000.
Painter r Inspection f3 per cent,
butter fat 4.3 per cent, bacteria 76,-
000.
Poppe: Inspection $0 per cent, but butter
ter butter fat 4.6 per cent, bacteria 108,000.
Thompson: Butter fat 3.5 per cent,
brtceria 148,000.
Thrash: Inspection 85 per cent, but butter
ter butter fat 4.8 per cent, batceria 114,000.
Warner: Butter fat 4.8 per cent,
bacteria 135,000.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Heintz, Pasteur,
New York, Cook, Sarasota, Marsh,
Carter, Federal, 3oe, excellent; Fish
Market, Mordis, Magnolia, Lokei
Broadway,' Dawkins, good; Golman,
Celery, lettuce, cauliflower, cocoa cocoa-nuts,
nuts, cocoa-nuts, applies, cucumbers, peppers,
grapes, assorted nuts, cranberries,
grapefruit, oranges. Bananas still 35
cents per dozen. Fort King Conf ec ec-tionery,
tionery, ec-tionery, phone 596,;! j r 7-3t
: Flaconettes perfumer,, all odors.
Phone 284, Court Pharmacy., 16-6t

Adolph Lorcnz, Famous Surgeon from
Vienna, Has Decided to Return
To His Home in Austria

(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 7. Dr. Adolph
Lorenz, famous Austrian stfrgeon, an announced
nounced announced today that in view of oppo opposition
sition opposition to his professional activities in
this country from the medical profes profession,
sion, profession, he would discontinue further
free clinics and return to Vienna as
soon as possible.
REJECTED BY THE RIVER
Finding a "Woman's Torso on Bank
Of the Ohio May Reveal
Another Mystery
(Associated Press)
Lawrenceburg, IncL, Dec. 7 The
unclothed torso of a woman was cast
ashore by high waters of the Ohio
river here today. Whether the head,
arms and legs were gashed from the
trunk or several by action of the wa
ter is to be determined "by a medical
investigation.
MANY KILLED AND
INJURED AT SA AR LOUIS
Berlin, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). The bodies of 'only thirteen
of the more than 100 persons killed in
an explosion. yesterday at. the Nobel
dynamite works -.it Saar Eouis, Rhen Rhenish
ish Rhenish Prussia", have been recovered. The
number of injured has not been ascer ascertained.
tained. ascertained.
FLORIDA .METHODISTS IN
SESSION IN ORLANDO
(Associated Press)
Orlando, Dec. 7. The Methodist
conference opened here this morning
with Bishop Warren Candler presid
ing. The morning session was devot devoted
ed devoted to address by local and .visiting
speakers, 1 with a business session
scheduled" for this afternoon. Bishop
Candler in his opening address urged
all members to support the church arid
its work to the limit financially.
'WILL TAYLOR, WON'T. YOU
PLEASE COME HOME?'
(Sung to the tune of "Bill Bailey,
Wont You Please Come Home")
Dc you remember the week I left you,
The week you had no work,
The week I was pway from home;
Well, ain't it a shame,
But I 'was not to blame;
Will Taylor, wont you please come
home?
You've been gone so long, Will Taylor,
But I've not' forgot
How down the, streets together we
used to roam;
To Jne you was true,
Though no one else knew you;
Will Taylor, won't you please come
home
The sewers are all about ruined, Will
Taylor; 1
The roots have done gone through;
All the bath rooms will soon, be full
of foam,
And we will lose our job,
For the town's almost a mob;
Now, W.iHie, dear Willie, please come
home,
OCALA COMMANDERY NO. 19
Regular conclave Ocala Command Command-ery
ery Command-ery No. 19 K. T., Friday Pecember
9th, at the Masonic hall at 7:30 p. m.
Work in the Knight Teniplare degree,
election of officers for the ensuing
year and refreshments. AU visiting
knights are cordially invited to attend.
2t B. L, Adams, Recorder.
MARION POST MEETING
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion meets tonight at 8
o'clock in the club rooms in the arm armory.
ory. armory. An amendment to the by-laws
of the post will be submitted provid providing
ing providing for the election of officers tonight,
and the election of officers for 1922 is
expected to take place. Plan3 will
also be made for the membership
drive to begin Dec. 15th. W. W.
Hampton Jr., vice commander of the
legion, will be present. Refreshments
will be served by the ladies of the
Woman's Auxiliary,
Forget your troubles and meet
"The Pink Lady" tomorrow night at
8 o'clock.
It
LOST Pointer gip; solid liver color
on head and back; legs white and
flea-bitten; gip is very fat; an answers
swers answers to name of "Vic." Liberal
reward for return to Fred Mal Mal-ever.
ever. Mal-ever. 12-7-tf

rung ueorge Calls Parliament In

Special Session to Take 3 1 omen omen-tous
tous omen-tous Agreement Into J
Consideration,.
London, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press) King George came to London
today to preside at the meeting of the
privy council and sign a proclamation
calling a special --ession of parliament
for Wednesday next to consider the
momentous agreement reached yes
terday between Great Britain and
Irealnd foi establishment of the Irish
Free State.
ALLEN'S ATTE3IPT TO "
HIDE WAS ABORTIVE
Shot by Ray Johnson, Who Found
Allen Under His Bed
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Dec. 7. Horace Allen, age
22, is in a hospital with a bullet in
his abdomen, and Ray Johnson; an
electrical worker, is in jail pending
an investigation. Deputy Sheriff Len Len-"non
"non Len-"non said Johnson found Allen under
his bed when he went home last night
and endeavored to hold him until an
officer arrived, but was compelled to
draw a pistol and. while struggling
with Allen for it was compelled to
shoot him. c
JUDGE OLIN WELBORN
(Associated Press)
Los Angeles, Dec. 7 Federal Judge
Olin Welborn, for twenty years judge
of the United States district court
for Southern California, died last
night aged seventy-nine. He retired
from the bench in 1915. Judge Wel Welborn
born Welborn was a native of Georgia and an
officer in the Confederate army.
REDOUBTABLE TUFTS WANTS
FOOTBALL GAME WITH ROLLINS
(Associated Press)
Winter Park, Dec. 7. Collins Col College
lege College has received a request from
Tufts College, Medford, Mass., for a
post-seasonfootball game to be play played
ed played in Orlando or some other suitable
city. It was said here to be doubtful
whether Rollins would extend an in invitation
vitation invitation as Rollins is now considering
requests for two other post-season
games with northern colleges.
ODD FELLOWS' INSTRUCTIVE
! AND PLEASANT EVENING
The meeting of Tulula Lodge Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening was laigely attended and
good work was done. Mr. J. C
Weathersbee was initiated and then he
and Mr. Allen Stephens of Sparr were
instructed in the precepts of the first
degree. Tulula Lodge has ah excel excellent
lent excellent degree team, which improves ev ev-ery
ery ev-ery time it is called upon to work.
After the labors of the evening
were over, the members of the lodge
proceeded to the restaurant of Dewey
and Lawrence, where they partook of
ai. excellent supper. Oysters stewed
and fried, with salad,' etc., and coffee
and mince pie to top off with made up
the feast,
At the next meeting of Tulula
Lodge, nominations for officers for
next term will .!e in order, so all
members should take notice.
NOTICE. K. OF P,
All K. of P. who are going to Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Thursday night must be at the
Castle Hall promptly at 5 p. m. There
will be conveyance for all.
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
John tr. Brinson, Complainant, v,
Annie Arpie Brinson, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Annie Arpie
Brinson, be and is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed
in this cause on or before
Monday ,the 2nd day of January, 1S22
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once, a Wea
for four consecutive week iu the
Ocala Evening star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 15th day of November, 192L
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr-
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Comity,
Florida. By R.-K. Batts, D. C.
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Complainant's Soliictor- -Ii-16-wed
Guaranteed fresh meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of the city com,
bine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market Phone
108. C-tf
Best d:nner in the state for 75c Eat
ard drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf

Proclamation from King George To Today
day Today Gives All Political Pris Pris--
- Pris-- oners Their Liberty

London, Dec 7. (By Associated
Press). King George today issued a
proclamation releasing all political
prisoners interned in Ireland.
CRAIG SAYS HE HAS NOTHING
TO SAY
Belfast, Dec. 7. (By the Associat
ed Press). Sir James Craig, Ulster
premier, told the Ulster parliament
today he did not think it expedient to
make any statement regarding the de details
tails details of the new Irish proposals, as
there were ambiguities here and there
ic the document.
FLORIDA BAPTISTS ARE
ON THE INCREASE
(Associated Press)
Miami, Dec. 7. The morning ses session
sion session of the Florida Baptbt conven
tion here today was devoted largely
to reports of various activities of
church work. All were indicative of
the excellent growth of the Baptist
denomination in the state.
LAKE CITY IS SHY ON
FACILITIES FOR LODGING
(Associated Press)
Lake City, Dec. 6. Lake City is
confronted with a housing problem
that neevr before has presented itself
here and the situation is such that the
chamber of commerce has asked resi residents
dents residents to file with the secretary all
available Information concerning rent rental
al rental property. Discussing the situation
theXake City Reporter declares:
"We have more faniilies than we
have homes. Workmen upon the fed
eral hospital are resorting to tent life
and tourists wishing to spend the
winter with us are forced to resume
their down-state journey for lack of
suitable winter accommodations here.
"We- have been forced during the
past two weeks to turn away prospec prospective
tive prospective winter visitors because of the
shortage of houses, apartments and
modern rooms -for rent.
"The few available houses are for
sale, not for rent. It is impossible
for our citizens to expect the pros prospective
pective prospective tourist to buy immediately
upon arrival in the city. Unable to
rent suitable quarters, he goes on
down the state and is lost forever to
Lake City. He may become a per permanent
manent permanent citixen of a rival town, help helping
ing helping in its development; his neighbors
and friends may follow him. A con
tended, prosperous settler is the great
est back home advertising asset to a
community, for he will write to those
who already have the Florida fever,
but are asking where to in Flor Florida?"
ida?" Florida?" WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
The regular meeting of the Amer American
ican American Legfon Auxiliary will be held
this evening at 8 o'clock in the arm armory.
ory. armory. -New officers will be elected. All
new members are, especially invited
to come to this meeting. Those who
have headpieces will please bring 35c.
to pay for same.
Claire L. Moremen,
Secretary Woman's Auxiliary.
NAPIER GRASS
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy co,ws,
igs, chickens, etc For plants and
articualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
jTa. 17-tf
Double header tomorrow night. No,
of course it's not baseball,! but a high
class movie, Constance Binney in
"Room and Board," after which "The
Pink Lady" appears entirely under
local supervision enacted by the
school children. Come out and help
them buy a PIANO for the primary
school. Admission 50 and 25 cents. It
Smoke Don Ey- That good cigar.
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
ts prove it. Court Pharmacy. 15-Ct
Candy sale tomorrow night in the
lobby of the theater, the proceeds go going
ing going to augment the fund for the pur purchase
chase purchase of a piano for the primary
school. It
This is a Studebaker year,
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzbugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at .7:30 o'clock p. m.
" W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. -Knight, Adjutant.

Untermeyer Thinks He Has Evidence
That New York Union Craftsmen
Were Also Craftsmen

(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 7. Samuel Unter Unter-meyer,
meyer, Unter-meyer, counsel for the Lockwood leg legislative
islative legislative committee investigating the
housing problem; announced today he
had requested ther convening of an
extraordinary grand jury to consider
evidence against oSkials of Electrical
Workers Union No. 3, indicating the
commission of grand larceny and a
conspiracy to extort money from non nonunion
union nonunion workers.
MARION COUNTY WILL GO
TO THE TAMPA FAIR
J. W. Davis, director of the Marion
County Fair and superintendent of
the agricultural department of that
fair, and K. C. Moore, county agent
of Marion county, came to Tamna
Tuesday morning to arrange for the
exhibit Marion I'ounty will place at
ne conung bouth Florida Fair. The
county, they said, will place a prize
winning exhibit with a scope and
quality typically Marion county, 'in
addition, Marion county will send a
complete exhibit of dairy produce.
The dairy exhibit is one in which
County Agent Moore takes special
pride for the reason thatITe'is large largely
ly largely responsible for the successful or
ganization of the dairy industry in
r-larion county. After working on
the project through the summer an3
seeing its accomplishment, Mr. Moore
declares that it is to mean a very
great deal for the county.
Tuesday's visitors expect E. C.
Beuchler, proprietor of the Anthony
t arras in Marion county, to send to
the coming South Florida Fair some
excellent specimens of Aberdeen Aberdeen-Angus
Angus Aberdeen-Angus cattle, Jlolstein cattle and
other varieties. W. C. Blood and W.
M. Gist are both expected to bring
to the South Florida Fair some prize
winning Poland-China hogs. Mr.
Gist'ahogs were prize winners at At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Macon, Savannah and Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and Mr. Blood's hogs shared
prizes with him at the Florida State
Fair. Tampa Tribune.
Messrs. Davis and Moore have re
turned from Tampa and speak in
glowing terms of the reception given
them by the South Florida Fair pro promoters.
moters. promoters. ENTERTAINMENT AT MTV
ZION CHURCH TONIGHT
The following program will be ren
dered at Mount' Zion M. E. church to tonight.
night. tonight. All white friends are invited
to be present.
Singing, America, Audience.
Organ prelude, Prof. McCray.
Violin solo and piano, "The Bohe
mian Girl," Madam Florida L. Des Des-Verney
Verney Des-Verney and Mrs. Geraldine Davis.
Reading, "Thanatopsis," Rev. E.
Emmanuel.
Community singing, directed by
Prof. McCray.
Selection, Madam DesVaney
Solo, Mrs. I. Mershell Myers.
Violin and piano, The Glow Worm,
Mme. DesVaney, Mrs. Davis.
Introduction of George Hernandez,
lyric tenor of New York city, by Rev.
E. Emmanuel.
Selections by Mme. DesVaney.
Community singing directed by
Prof. McCfay.
Remarks and collection, Rev. E.
Emmanuel.
Violin and piano, Meditation Relig Relig-ioso;
ioso; Relig-ioso; La Paloma, Mme. DesVerney
and Mrs. Davis.
James A. Butterfield master of cere ceremonies.
monies. ceremonies. Rev. E. Emmanuel, Pastor.
FRESH CANE SYRUP
I am now grinding cane, and those
who desire to get fresh syrup at the
mill will please cal Iat once, or phone
me. 7-4t Lee L. Priest.
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t
Delicious home made candy will be
on sale at the.Terr.ple theater Thurs Thursday
day Thursday nigbt for the benefit of the piano
fund of the primary school.- 7-2t
At eight o'clock tomorrow night
"Tha Pink Lady" will be presented at
the Temple theater for the piano fund
of the primary school, and all persons
attending are entitled to see Con Constance
stance Constance Binney in "Eocm and Board."
"The Pink Lady" appears tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night (not in tights) but between
the movie show, and all is for one ad admission.
mission. admission. Adalts 0 cents. Children
23 cents. It
Bring us your job work.



i

r OCALA SfAtt, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1921

4

bS

Star

roads, buildings, homes, lakes, schools,
churches, farms and groves- i The
recipient of one of these booklets

will get a good impression of the at

tractive and flourishing town, and no
statement is overdrawn. -Times-Union.

We desire to add our commenda

tion to that of the Times-Union. The

Lake county booklet is one of the best

Entered at Ocala. FJa., postofnce a we nave .seen, ana u. is ivj-

gratifying to note that it is au nome
print-

Psbiish4 Everr DT Eet Sunday 7 j

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

B. B. Carroll, lrIdBt
p. V. LeareaK4l, Stary-Treaarer
4. H- Beajaaila, Editor

aecoird-claas matter.

from those wnd so evidently feel it a
pleasure to give. . jhb.
, Wednesday morning: I know this

is going to be another perfect day,
even if I receive nary another dollar.
In this morning's mail was the follow

ing letter:

SWINE GROWERS MEET

IN OCALA IN JANUARY j

RECEPTION TO VISITORS

2

j The home of Mrs. T. H. Johnson on

TVi Florida State Swine Growers' i Uklawan avenue was tne scene yes-

TELEPHONES
Of See ...... ......FWe-0e

tutorial umTtmmt

Two-Scvea

... .Flre-Oae

CROSSING THE EQUATOR y

1,

KEMBER ASSOC1.WED PRESS
Th Associated Pres Is exclusively

entitled tor the uae

St ofhTrw the line eeiuthe two halves
also the local news jjublished herein. 0f the world, and forty-nine dollars

ftVJ T ZZZ helnPIreJ,alVoserr' after I collected the first one I crossed

! DOMESTIC SUBSCBIIPTIOSi BATES

on vr. in advance ..... ..ffc.00

fix motsms, in wiTinc ...... f...

Qivxr Tnilos sniith of latitude

re is exclusively I J flin fine. With best
for republleation of north, you come to the equator, and leeun,, une' a
edited ta Itrl a Ym-ywh twa halves am, lour friend,

George Chambers.'

George was always a generous boy.

j r i V

icclfmn mt in Orala in Jann- leraay anernoon 01 a reception wueu;

, tv. a.,t;vo to an Jan four attractive visitors from South I

" m a a

ilS-19th. but these dates, according Carolina were nonorea.

"Dear Mr. Ben: After seeing your to WTill M. Traer, of Jacksonville,; -Mrs. narry v alters, aaugmer oi

piece in the Star regarding getting i secretary of the association, are sub-plrs- Johnson, greeted the guests as

ject to the approval of the executive ; they called and presented mem io

committee and ma7 possibly be chang-(rs. Jonnson ana ner guesxs, irs.
ed. No program has as yet been Hartzog. Miss Rizer, Miss Netfy and

rirenared for the convention of the Miss Green and Mrs. Carson Lee of

Swine Growers Association. A com- Washington, who is the gaest of her

mittee on arrangements has been an- daughter, Mrs. Paul Simmons

pointed consisting of W. C. Blood, In the back drawing room during
oi-, v;,ot, w i nut MrTn- the afternoon three of this autumn's

VV-Oiay VliMll aaaaaaaa www W
tosh, and L. H. Will, Evinston. Plans
are being made to have a pure blood
hog sale during the meeting and an
Mhiriition of hieh class hoes. Ef-

I

m a. r

up a tund lor a nnstmas tree ior
the girls at the industrial school, I

think ifc such a good idea I just must
send my dollar, and as yon know I've
always had a warm, place ta my heart
for the school. Just put me on the
list for $1. I hope you raise twice
the amount you have asked for. I am

regards, I

STORAGE BATTERY.
Guaranteed la Years

we also specialise in

intelligent Service for til
rc&ke of batteries.
-
' BlalockBros.
Oklawaha and Main St.
0 AN

brides received, Mrs. N. C Nichols,

Mrs.,W. M. Palmer and Mrs. Norton

Davis.

Mrs. T. E. Bridges assisted the hos

tess is looking after the pleasure of

.. - Whon he wa well and strone. it was forts will be made to make the meet

the line oi tne nrst nan ox tneceniury " v. vu- xf-. I the eests. In the dinin room dur-

naoocsarv n 11TJ that fliritmat I One OI ni3 greaiesv yiaxsmxa w 6' ing a recoru urcnituig vuc. 1
717,11 L'Tt L Plear. to othe, and now that he Ln County Board of Trade with the the afternoon eoffee. Ua. sand-

S-Kr mtha. in advance;.. 1.50 "7 ... .... Vi .k nl weak with no resources Urratinn of the Marion county wiches, salted nut and mints were

On; month, to advance ........... .60 equatorial line is marked, oy a yoi- r rnment L instrumental in 8e- served. Mrs. Paul Simmons poured

mountain ten thousand teet t. ai. 7. te and Mrs. Leverett Futch noured

nav n im ne is as iriau us cyci w ui-ifimno1 rmn cunvtuuuu iui vaoio. i -

vire what he has with those to whom eoffee. This room was in charge of

it will bring Christmas cheer. LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE Mrs. a B. Ayer and Mrs. William
' Franklin. It was beautifully decorat-

Dr. F. E. McClane'is now located Ud in Christmas colors, red predomi-

ADVERTISISO RATES

DlIrt Plate l& cents per men ioi

came

high, and my fifty-dollar line was

staked off by Mayor Robert L. Ander

son with a bright new dollar MIL

There was a little running down the

position 25 wwiMaiM.H Intitndes hut no running down the doL

UCN vunu i tw

nm.ritv! nerttni. Alternate taaer

tlona 25 per cent additional. CompoaJ
hirvM on ada. hat run less than

aix times 10 centa per Inch. Special

hnt,i an four. inch m Lni mum.

four lnche? win uite a wgner ar5 to reacn tne middle mark Tues-

wnlch Will De lurnisneu 'Jpu wv--i -.- T

(Inn i ; lUaV mUtHlIIK. Hilda JCfcUlllcvl xawui

n..ilir WatlreaitX'lVe Cents Iper llnel VnmKlo Krealrfast Pnrt jpnwcn

for first inaertlon; three cents (.per line j , n, ,ed as his own England. Miami Me-

for each su4eqnent insertion, une goou ox me oiai o.jiu ticu jwa. vi-

ehange a weeK wea on rr. w.i. t jittle erocery- next to the tropous

OUt extra colitpvron.av.xi 1 , j x .t-

LtgAl aavernsemeiiii i&tar nao aireaay separaxea inein-

selves from a dollar apiece and open-

Wnrt nn tate tojid No. 2 has start- ed the day's eood work with those

H. G. Wells seems to te plumb dis

gtsted because "everywhere here is J a Commercial Bank building.

festival." He wanted to find the phone 113 two rings;

United States as gloomy and depress- J phone 151.

It isn't JEngland that is his own,

but Leninest Russia.

Good Things to

Eat Just In

ed off welL There are seventy-four auspicious offerings

men in the camp at Stanton, they j Scarcely had I booked the welcome
have twelve two-mtile teams, and two! scads when the door opened and in

ten-ton tractors and more equipment came J. P. Phillips, who was going to

is coming in. The engineers are I conference and afraid the fund would

wisely not sticking to the old route, J be closed before he returned. The only
hut are imorovinz on it. They have time 111 be unable to get money out

cleared and grubbed four miles of of Phillips for a good cause will be California BuddeCl WalnUtS

road and graded one. If they keep after he is dead. Going to the bank
up that lick, the road will soon be to salt down the kale, that unobstrus unobstrus-complete
complete unobstrus-complete thru the county. S ive helper, DeWitt Griffin, silently

slid me a toadskm across nis

shelf.

Governor Hardee is in Charleston, j Coming across Will Gary just then, I

attending the national conference of paid him a dollar and a dime lor a

governors. Florida can be proud of j telephone message, and he gave me
her renresentative this time. Iback the dollar for the tre,e. Will

knows all about how to grow cnrist-

The man who drives with glaring mas trees

hea'dTights is selfish through and It was not long alter tnat i saw

through and shows marked disregard George MacKay coming, taking up

for the rights of ethers. St. Peters- only a little more than his nan oi tne

burg Independent. ; sidewalk and smiling like the lull

Now. then, you incendiaries, will moon. I knew he had a dollar tor me

vou be eood? as soon as I lamped him. it was soon

- i .... i

after this that ; 1 tooK my meridian
dollar from Robert" Anderson Jr. Its

one of the mayor's little privileges to

New Brazil Nuts,"

Paper Shell Pecans,

Imported Malaga Talle Raisins,
,Seeded Raisins,
Seedless Raisins,
Citron, Orange and! Lemon Peel

.

Office rating. The table was covered wim

residence 1 a handsome lace cloth, the centerpiece

ti I being a big. vase of poinsettias, whose

brilliant blossoms and green leaves

The. sweetest story ever told, the were muiupnea anu tneir uuiy

Story of NunnaUy's," that elegant hanced in tne crystal renector

r,ew nackae at $15. at Geriff'S I wnicn tney swoa. xne nguta c

Drug Store. 5-ti shaded m red and on tne taDie m

tall silver canoiestiCKS were ugntea

. i j n.ffl0eAo r hoi Hnrno s Tin

new street and tneatncai i tamnca.

Guarantee Clothing and Jess Dehon served in the dining room

5-6t during the afternoon.

The lower floor of the house was
i 11

-tn, i t Keantifnlline open en suite ana was arwcaiijr

il" "416'"0- . e

ntrTTr- ootptt.tv cttop A v. "I shaded lights and soft music making

orTTr er la cnarmmg oacKgruunu iw mis

given Dy iiirs. wuisuu.

Ladies'

footwear.

Shoe Company.

lit iy

Fruits,

Mayor Mitchell of St. Petersburg

will not have the pleasure of running

against a divided band of candidates contribute, to Christmas trees. Its
u w aA frt tne also one of his privileges to comman-

deer the assistance oi au tne ,gwu

Pineapple and Assorted

Candied Qierriea

Maniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,

Gorton's Ready to Fiy Codfish,

Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Older,
Imported Anti I'asto,
Samp CBig Hominy)
Real French F$as,
Finnan Haddiie,
Dutch Herring,

AUCTION CLUB ENTERTAINED

office from which he was recalled. The

vtters of the Sunshine City have se selected
lected selected Mr. Frank Pulver to make the

race.

v

Herbert Felkel of the St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine Record has been playing among
the small fry, for be says:. "You can
always tell a tightwad in a penny penny-ante
ante penny-ante gamej he looks at his watch ev every
ery every time be loses a hand." Plant City
Courier.
Maybe that is only to make sure one

of the other penny aunties hasn't

stolen it.

Art is all right but in the schools

they need to teach the "three RV
rather than the big A for art. There
has been too" much attention given to

the non-essentials in the public

schools of this kind. St. Petersburg

Independent. 1

And that is the principal reason

for poor school mnd poor teachers.

. Lena Clarke has gone for a so sojourn
journ sojourn at Chattahoochee. .Bet she will

be released within six month.-

Clearwater Sun. I

She had hetter stick to that institu

tion like a sick kitten to a hot brick

Uncle Sam has a charge against her,

and perhaps Gobe r will be able to keep

the he sob-sisters off the jury.

Dr. Peek for mayor. Dr. Henry, Mr.

Pedrick and Mr. Martin for council

men, are not working for election

They take the position that if the peo

pie want them they will vote for them

A dignified stand, but not always

. compatible with practical politics. All
the more reason why thosewho desire
jbo see these gentlejjnen elected "should

work Car them.

East Point, fihwgia, has put 'the

state on the mai fcy adopting a blue
law of the most 4rstie character and
:as we shall wateh the progress of the

women who rule the city of Brewtojj

iGeorgia, so we shall watch with no
less interest the effect on the morals

and habits of the people of East
.Point, of a law which forbids the sale
of hot dogs, tobacco, cigars, gasoline,
eandy, chocolate, milk, or chewing
gttm .on the Sabbath. Some of the
jtfsyents have shown their liking for
the 'tew by purchasing their Sunday
rations of smokes and chewing gum
in Atlanta while others remain at
home and twiddl? their thumbs. The
world surely will be a better place
. for lunatics to live in when the blue
law advocates have their way. Miami
.Herald. ; ;
Shouldn't think the Herald would
Kvorry with such, good fishing so close
to its ofike.

Peart Barley,

Pearl Tapico,

Graham Flour,
Whole Wheat Flour,
Plain Buckwheat .Flour,
' mr. '-:

SASP

"Leesburg in Lake County, the
Land of Dreams Come True," is the
title of a handsome little booklet
(compiled by the Leesburg chamber of
commerce and produced by the Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg Commercial. Folded to pocket
sire, with covers in colors and show showing
ing showing most allurirg pictures of Lake
county attractions, the booklet con contains
tains contains a brief skieitch of the history of
Leesburg, with many fine views, taken
recently and showing streets and

citizens within gall. Therefore he
called Lester Lucas, Robert Lee Van

Osten and Frederick R. Hocker, all of,

whom cheerfully responded and put

me three dollars into the second half.

Mr. William Jennings, is, a Briton

of cosmopolitan experience, a cheer

ful pessimist and a man who willingly

gives up his coin to those who make

good use of it. In fulfillment of these

qualities, he heaped another dollar on

the steadily growing stack.

Walter Ray of Martel was the next

cheerful giver, and closely- to him
came J. C. Johnson, who grows fMorg

i .1 L Titan

qouars man carter Ki-w u. -. vrn

arrived C. Y. Miller, pulling. a plunk I P.Arlll

as soon as ne nove m siguu

Late in'the afternoon, as the west

ering sun made the tall buildings
throw chill shadows on the square, J

stood at the Court Pharmacy corner

and wondered rather sadly why there

had to be six or geygn mean men m

a nice little town like Ocala, But .-che

shadows lifted whn I turned to per;

ceive Mrs. Norton Davis, as bright as

twenty dollar goldpiece, as she

smilingly offered her welcome contri

bution to th? fund.

A few minutfs later that ever kind

and thoughtful lady, Mr. W, A. Mc-

Guire, waved at me a dollar bill Hka
a magician's wahd. Mrs .'McGulre
helps in every "ood work that come

her way.

Mack. Taylor, the 'Dodge car dis

penser, called me into his sanctum,
where ; he and .Parker Painter, the
model milkman, sat screened from

public view behind a new and shiny
auto, and then and there did they each

force upon me a new dollar bill with

an earnest adjuratbn to cpme again if

I needed the coin

A little later I met a young friend

whose generosity is greater than hii

bank account; and he gave me a dol

dar but won't let me give his name.

- By this time I had a roll of dollar
bills as big as a mule's hindleg, but

Dr. Peek said it wasnt big enough en4

added another layer,

Charlie Rose was as welcome as an
American beauty as he came blooming
across the street in the dusk with a
crisp greenback fluttering ia his fing fingers.
ers. fingers.
A little laYer, I ran acros another
good sport who was willing to bet
dollar the tree would be a success,
but wouldn't let me give his name.
T There were two letters iij my po.
box when I went to supper. One con contained
tained contained a bill; the other the following
letter from Collier brothers, who are
among the school's staunch and useful
friends:
Ocala, December 6.
Dear Friend Benjamin: We take
pleasure in handing you herewith our
check for ?! and surely wish we could
make it-$5. With kindest regards and
best wishes for a Merry Christmas,
and a Happy New Year.
Sincerely your friends,
Collier Brothers.
I now have sixty-six dollars, and
two more day like Juesday will put
the fund over the top with something
to spare. The goo book says it ff

more blessed to give man receive,

Roquefort Cheese,
Edam, Cheese Jmpqrted,
New York State Clwese,
Stero Bouillon Cnbos,
Kippered Herring
Bell's Poultry geaioaig.
Split Peas, etc.
' 0. iL

Chrlstaas Cbefer
and Cheerful Clothes"
That's the combina combination
tion combination we offer you for the
'joyful Xmas season. Let
Santa Claus send your
suit through our Agency

I J. A. CHANDLER

1Z0 S. Main SL, Upstairs
Thompson Building

Miss Margaret Jackson was hostess
Tuesday evening to the Tuesday night
auction club. Miss Marian Dewey
won the visitors' prize and Miss Alice
Sexton the club prize. After an in

teresting evening spent in playing

auction the hostess served a salad

course with hot tea. Those playing
were Mrs. Leon Mason, Mrs. H. C.

Nichols, Mrs. B. C. Withers, Mrs- 0 0-E
E 0-E -Cox, Mrs. Harry Walters, Misses

Hannay Ellis Marian pewey, Mabel

Meffert, Ava Iee Edwards, Mary
Sheppard, Sara Pehon, Louise Spen Spencer.
cer. Spencer. Alice Sexton, Ruth Simmers,

and Annie Benton Fuller. Mrs. J,
W. Davis and Mrs. Richard gtrouc

joined the players for refreshments,

and assisted the hostess in serving.

FARMERS' EXCCArJS2

F.iercliani

44

S LiiOCU

Cherry Bell

Ptione lGU 0c::l2, Florid

yy Try It it isakzri dszl llczr
cs geed cs any crJL his ia pries

Three packages 20 C

15 c
15c
12c

8c
21c
55 c

for,

All former 20c pkgs.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon
Campbell's Soup
per can.

Campbell's Soup, A
four cans for wt

Octagon Soap,
per tar.......
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen

Cherry Bell Flour C O C
24 1b. sack.. Vw
Cherry Bell Flour ZtZ
12 lb. sack We-lk
Sauer's S. R. Flour $1 1A
24 1b. sack
Sauer's Self Rising CCm
Flour, 12 lb. sack 0Ji-
. C. Gold Self Rising C C
Flour, 12 lb sack.. UJi
C. Gold S. R. Oi OC
Flour. 24 lb. sackM XUJ

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

30c
30c
30c

Senate Coffee
per pound... .. ...

UNEED.viJ and all forme

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 link,
large.;..

Evaporated Uilk, f 7f
larire, per dozen. i I

Evaporated Milk,
small.....
Evaporated Milk,
. small, per dozen....
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hon..
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per 'quart

!r Cc

30c
75 c
65c
40c

30c

7c
SOc
25c
05c
,65c
15c
60c
15c

Pnrisa Feed Isr Cows, Chickens dEcrses. Fret Delivery

Odd rockers for the home make i

most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them flyer. Thetis Bros.,

The Furniture Men. 3Q-ti

The
:WiiidsQi

JACKS0MIQ, FLA..

1! the heart of the city, with;
f 'emrning 'ark forV frnt
yard, K vpry modern ponven ponven-jencp
jencp ponven-jencp in each room. Pjnjpg
room service is second to none.
FQRKRT M. MEYR,
l!an.irer
J. E. JAV'ANAUGH,
Proprietor

nr.t
ft
. n

1!

3

V
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phnne 51

Vi f';!'',,f"' ' JTB

iiiitiH..'l""Ty

PHONES 16 and 174

DOOR 1

Geo. MaoKsyS Co.
Ocala, Fla, ;
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

WE
Repair AM Cars
WId All Metals
Reljore Cj;JIndcr
Bloclrs
For Satisfaction (Jive Us a
Trial.
WnHAFilS' GARAGE
Phone 597 Mgrs. phone 408

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nAILHOADS SCHEDULE
Arrival and departitre of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION

The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar

anteed. 7
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEAPOAUD AI2 LTNE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm

4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:wJ pni
Tampii-

2:15 am Manatee-St Pstrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N"York-St P'etrabrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 uxa

.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-St Pitrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE K. K.
Tjtve Arrive

2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jkaonville-Gwisville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Ltikeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Liikeland 1:25 pm
71 ft am Dunnellon-Wilcox

7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pra

3:30 pm Homosassa i:zopm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednes.iay, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

but it is mighty pleasant to receive Phone 15.

There's no extra clharge for clean

ing yoqr fish at the City Fish Market.

How Far Will Your
Dollar Go Today ?

WHAT you get for, a dollar .determines it's value.
And the secret of economical buying is information.
The man or woman who is best informed is the one
who buys to best advantage.
Every day Ihls newspaper contains information that
you should havg in order tq increase your buying power power-The
The power-The advertisements are intimate little lessons, in econpniy.
They are notices of how where-when and for what you?
dollar will go farthest.
This advertising awaits your pleasure. It does not
force itself upon you. At your convenience you can study
it to learn-where to go for the product or service you re requireto
quireto requireto discover where and how you can buy most easily
and to best advantage.
It's' a fascinating and and worth-while practice to see
just how you can make your dollar do it's best for you.

The Advertisements will Tell Yon



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I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. r.I. WILSON Ocala, Florida
RCGERS-VETON REALTY CO.

COOK'S MAMET and GROCERY
Everything -Good To Eat
TiEATS and GROCERIES, ERU1TS and VEGETABLES
: Phone ; V -:i ". .-243

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Will be Open in
U-SERVE STORE NO. 2
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Thursday December 8

All canlies made under approved sanitary
cori(Ht'oiif and strictly pure,.
THE PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU

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FRANCIS LYNDE

"Up into the loft wltJi you, quick,
Stannle!" he yipped at me; and as-1
went stumfoling up the ladder In Mind
obedience I saw him tastily helping
his daughter to remove iay plate, knife
and fork, spoon, coffee -up and chair;

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STOVE WOOl!
$2.00 PER LOAD DELIVERED
, F. H.:TODD LUMBER CO.
Phone 223

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Simmons' GARAGE

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Banishes Skin Eruptions, Puts On Firm
Flesh, Strengthens the Neres
and Increases Energy.
. Thin or run-down folks who want to quickly
get some good, firm, solid flesh on their bones',
fill out the hollows and sunken cheeks with
strong, healthy tissues and build up increased
energy and vitality should try taking two of
Mastin's tiny yeast VITAMON Tablets with
their meals, Mastin's VJTAMON Tablets con contain
tain contain highly concentrated yeast vitamines as well
as the two other still more important vitamines
(Fat soluble A and Water soluble C), all of
which Science says you must have to be strong,
well and fully developed. Tbey banish pimples,
- boils and skin eruptions as if by magic,
strengthen the nerves, build up the body with
firm flesh and tissue and often completely
rejuvenate the whole system. You run no
risk of causing gas or upsetting the stomach.
If you are thin, pale, happard, drawn looking
or lack energy and endurance take Mastin's
VITAMON two tablets with every meal.
IMPORT ART 1 While the remarkable health health-building
building health-building value of Mastin's VITAMON Tablets
have been clearly and positively demonstrated
in cases of lack of energy, nervous troubles,
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tions, eruptions, poor complexion and a generally weak weakened
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imitations or substitutes. You can get Mastin's
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc

MOV3E; PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC 1

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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n other, words, .to "obliterate swiftly

and completely all signs of the pres

ence of a thlrd'member of the family.

In a minute or so there was a gruff

hall from somebody outdoors and Dad

dy got up to go and look out.

MWhy, hello, Ike, you old geezer!"

he called. "What under the shlnln
SUO fetches you up on old Cinnabar
thisarly In the mornin'? 'Light 'down

and come in; you're Just In the nick
o' time for breakfast."

While I was cudgeling my brain In

a vain effort to recall what, if any.

memory association there should te

awakened In me by the mention of an

Ike" person, this particular Isaac pre

sented himself at the cabin door "and

clumped In with the stiff-legged walk

of a man who has ridden horseback

far and hard. I knew then why I

should have been able to dig that' mem memory
ory memory association. This was- Mr. Isaac
Beasley, my Angelic friend of. the over

grown silver star and tie unshaven
countenance.

'-'.Huh !" he grunted, "them, griddle-

cikps shdre do look mighty righteous

to me I been rldln' sense two hours
afore sun-up; wild-goose chase clear
Over, on t'other side o' Lost mountain.
Couple a' prospectors ble-w into Angels
day afore ; yjstidday and said they'd

seep hat con-dummed lunatic that got
loose from us and busted up car f r
the railroad; them yoddleheads said
they'd seen him workin' in the Lost
Creek placers,"
"A looney?" said Daddy Hiram, as
innocent as a two-weeks-old lamb.
"Yep; that feUer that stole an In Inspection
spection Inspection car and got it smashed up
and then took to the hills. You hain't
seen anything of bin!, have ye?"
'.'.Nary a lunatic," said Daddy Hiram
calmly.

HJs breakfast eaten. Friend Isaac
showed np disposition to hurry away
rr-much to my chagrin. He took time
"fp smoke a leisurely pipe with Daddy
HJram and tp ask a lQt of indifferent
questions about the drowned mine.
''Hain't heard nothin' ffm yer own-

.ers yit. have, ye, Hiram?" he-wanted

to kpow, ajter as It seemeq to me
the subject had been pretty thoroughly

talked to death.
I heard Daddy's reply, made as to
one with whom the matter hrd been
canvassed before.
"Nothin but that clippin' from some
newspaper back East, tellin about Mr.
Dudley's passin' out." v
"Rind-a curious somebody dont tell
ye somethln', ata't it?"' the marshal
put In, "Looks like the heirs d be
either flshin 'r cultln' bait on this
here Cinnabar layout not as It'd do
'em any good if they did. Didn't any
letter come with the newspaper piece?"
".Nary a pen-scratch."

? Whereabout was, the envelope

Washln'ton."
"Aha !" said I to myself, "I have you

Cousin Percy!- For some reason best

known' to yourself you didn't want

paddy Hiram o get hold of Grand

father Jasper's proper aaaresss-

His pipe smoked out, the marshal

prepared to take horse. Paddy went

with him to the far side of the dump

and the murmur of their voices came

to me In diminishing cadences. After

a bit Daddy came back an failed up
to roe in the sing-song of the miners

after the final blast has been fired:

"A-a-M over, Stannie, I reckon ye

can come down now and get you some

breakfast..

Jeanie served me in silence when

took my place at table and the good
pld man stood in the doorway, keeping
watch, as I- made no doubt, against
a possible second-thought .return of
Friend Isaac the bristle-bearded
Throughout the working day whiefc
followed he never made the slightest
reference to the episode of the morn morning
ing morning and. truly, I think the whole Inci Incident
dent Incident Willi bare twn buried in oblir-

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ion by those two simple-minded suM
if I Itudn't first spoken of it myself.
This I did in the evening of the
same day, when Daddy had gone to
make his entirely useless night round
of the mine property. As on most
evenings. Jeanie sat at her comer of
the hearth, knitting,, and 1 was filling
a. bedtime pipe, t
"Jeanie." I broke out, "I wish you'd
tell me why you and your" father are
so good to me. How do you know that
I'm not the crazy criminal that other
people believe me to be? I did steal
the car and get it smashed, you know."
- Tou are not a criminal and I am
sure you didn't mean to get the car
smashed. Besides, you had taken
shelter under our roof."
You re true Bedouins," I laughed.
"Is that the code in the West? your
code? to defend anybody who has eat eat-en
en eat-en salt with you?"
"I should think It would be any anybody's
body's anybody's code."
"You and your father tvere expecting
this man Beasley to come-here look

ing for me?"
""Daddy thought he might just hap happen
pen happen along. We are only four miles
from Atropla, you know."
'"And was that the reason you put
the old transit at the. window

you might watch for him?"
"Of course."
By Jove! Another woman, any oth other
er other woman in the world, I thought
would have let some little shred of
sentiment show; she couldn't have
helped it. But this one didn't. A
boy couldn't have looked me in the
eyes any more frankly and squarely
than she did when she said "Of
course." Since I had enten their bread.
I was. for so long as I chose to stay,
a member of the clan.
It was near the end of the fortnight,
and Daddy Hiram and I had scoured
and rubbed and scraped and reas reassembled
sembled reassembled the engine and pumps, and
were finishing the cleaning of the boil boilers.
ers. boilers. These were pretty badly rusted
and scaled, and to do the Job properly,
we had taken the manhole heads out
of the holes left to give access to the
interior of the.sheils, and .had had a
good-natured squabble as to which of
us should crawl Inside to do the scrap scraping
ing scraping ; Daddy insisting upon doing It. be because
cause because as he pointed out, he was the
smaller man, and I arguing that I
should because I was the younger and
stronger. :
To settle It finally we flipped a coin
one of those inch-wide copper pen pennies
nies pennies that Daddy carried for a pocket pocket-piece
piece pocket-piece and I won the toss. The job
wasn't exactly a picnic, but I got along
all right until we came to the last of
the battery. I found that the repair repairers
ers repairers had at some past time inserted a
couple of extra stay-rdds, so that there
was little enough room left In the old
steel shell for a professional boiler boiler-monkey
monkey boiler-monkey to wriggle about In, to say
nothing of a husky young chap who
tipped the beam at around a hundred
and seventy pounds, stripped.

Just the same, I made shift to knock
the worst of the scale off and rattle
it down so that it could be washed
out from below, and, was backing out
to make my escape, when I found that
one of the extra stay-rods was loose.
At my asking, -Daddy screwed up he
nut on the outside of the boi'ler head
to tighten the rod, and then passed the
wrench In to me so that I could screw
up the nut on the inside. To this
good day r don't know Just what did
happen, but I guess thetlg S-wrench
must have slipped off the nut while
I was pulling on it. Anyhow, some something
thing something hit me a stunning crack over
the eye. and I promptly faded out,

blink, like a penny candle in a gust!
, of wind. ;

When I came to myself again It was
night, and I was lying undressed and
In a real bed in a room that was total totally
ly totally unfamiliar. In the looking-glass
which hung on the. opposite wall I got
a glimpse of myself with a regular
Turk's turban of white stuff wound
around my head and skew-angled to
cover one eye. When I stirred,, Jeanie
popped in from somewhere to ask what
she could do for me.
".What was it?" 1 asked; "an earth earthquake?"
quake?" earthquake?" "Daddy says you hit yourself with
a wrench. Does it hurt much now?".
w.t more than haying a sound tooth
pulled ; no. But I was Inside the boil boiler,
er, boiler, .wasn't I? How did you manage
to get me out?"

She turned her face away and even
with one eye I could see that she was
trying to hide a smile.
"It was funny," she confessed.

"though we wee both scared stiff at

the time. Daddy called me and I ran
over. You were all doubled up Inside

of the boiler, and there wasn't rooinf

for Daddy to crawl in and straighten
you out. 'And unless you could be
straightened out-we couldn't pull you

cut,''
"I see. What did you do? send for
a boiler-monkey?"
"What is a boiler-monkey?"
"It isn't a 'what' ; It's a man ; usual
ly the littlest man in the shop."
"I was the monkey," she said.
tried to sit up, but the blinding
headache I had somehow acquired said
No.
"ton crawled into that rusty old

coffin?"
She nodded,
"Paddy lent, me his overalls and
jumper.-sit wasn't hard; but when I
got in and saw how badly you were
hurt . there wasn't anything to
laugh at then. Daddy says youll be
apt to carry the scar as long as you
live."
"Honorable scars," I muttered.' "You
straightened me around I'll believe
it if you say so and then what?"
"Then I got out and we pulled you
out Daddy and I. I was glad you
didn t.know; that yoc were past feel feeling
ing feeling things, I mean. We must have
burr vu frightfully. I don't see hvr

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clothes. An unrestricted clearance of
every suit, coat and wool dress in our
entire stock :at prices that will seem
absurdly low in February.

A IVhirhyind'Sale o! High Grade
" Wearing Apparel

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$25.00 'Suits for
$27.50 Coats for -$35.00
Dresses for
$40.00 Coats or Suits

812.50
813.75
817.50
820.00

Everything in the Wearing Apparel lines at Exactly HALF
from Marked Price

FRANK'S
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"It' much easier-when you're all re."
1 offered.
- "Ihi going to bring you a cup of
herb tea, and then I'll go and lie down
for a while."
Since, as I afterward learned, the
dose she gave me was some sort of
home-brewed sleeping draft, I very
nearly slept the clock round. Daddy
came In and helped me Into my clothes
they were eating their noon meal
when I woke up nnd called and apart
from being still a bit headachey and
tottery, I was all right again. But
for two wljolevlays they made me sit
around and he waited on. hand and
foot, and coddled and petted, those
two; for their own flesh and blood
they couldn't bavejione more.

A very beautiful line of Leather

Goods, practical gifts for the business
man, useful gifts for the woman.

Shop early. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,

A. E. GERIG. 5-6t

Smoke DoTr-Eey. That good cigar.

This is a Studebaker year.

ivur xiiciius i. a u luj oij &ut ;uu
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

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EAT AT THE SIAXINE

Best roeaU in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for 1, Phone

260. 310 N. Main street. tf i
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At meeting of the city council keld jf
i the 18th day of October, 1921, th Jj

Government War Tax Included

registration books tf the city of
Ocala were revised and the following

names ordered stricken thererrom:

Ward On
Jake Brown, R. P. Whitehead.
Ward Two
A. Burnett. R. L. Bridges, Geo

r. fharnhprs. w. C. Charles, J. l.

Cohen, L. Dozier, G. W. Easterling,
J. T. Jones. L. E. Lang; Samuel E.

Leigh, G. G. Maynard, Stella Mayn Mayn-ard,
ard, Mayn-ard, Robert Marsh. J. XX. McCaskill,
Carrie McCaskill, Joe Needham, Wm.
M. Richardson, E. M. Williams, H. C

Williams. A. E. Walkley.
- Ward Three

J. W. Branch. H. C. Bilbro, O. L.
Crooks. David Gamble, S. M. Gibbs,

r P HowelL V. L. Hastings. J. M

Martin B. A. Mallory, A. L. Pettis,

Robert J. Palmer, John Robinson.

Ward Four

W. F. Adams, July Brown, James

W Griffin, B. F. Garrett, A. J. J-reav-dh
F. A. Mohlev. M. H. Temple

November 29th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock

r, m was fixed hv the council as

nlaints for the res

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Candy, fruit cake, fancy work for
sale Saturday. Dec. 10th, on the Ocala
nouse porch by the members of the
Friendship Wesley Bible Class. 3-6t

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors. Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla-

ENGRAVTNG
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
WEIHE COMPANY,
512t The Ocala Jewelers.

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p'ltv nf CVala. do hereby proclaim andi

a frpreral election to be held inl;;

r.A tnr the eitv of Ocala on Tuesday,

the 13th day of December, A. D. 1921. ..

The offices and vacancies to oe uu-

eu at saiu eitrcnuu nc u
Mayor.
(1) councilman at large.
(1) councilman from first ward-
(1) councilman from third ward.
n., ha fnllrtwinc named persons

are elected as inspectors and clerks
for said election: m . UT

For ballot box markea a to
Inspectors: O. B. Howse, W. A.
Knight, II. H. Whetstone; clerk, F. W.
DlFor ballot box marked "L" to "Z":
Inspectors: E. DeCamp, W. A. tfeU tfeU-T
T tfeU-T Tt Kmith: clerk. L. T. Izlar.

This 'the 15th day of November, A.

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30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric
30x34 Clincher, Premier, Fabric
31x4 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric
32x3 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric...
32x4 Clincher, Straight Side, Fabric .
33x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric .
34x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric...

7C0O MILE GUARANTEE TIRES
30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric 15.44
8000 MILE GUARANTEE TIRES
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric ...j... 13.00
fn-r5ti niTirhpr. Rpd Ton. Fabric 18.54

30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Cord
31x4 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric
31x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
'32x3 Straight Side, Red Top. Fabric.
32x3 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
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32x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
33x4 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric
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36x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
33x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
35x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
37x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
. TRUCK SIZES
8000 MILE GUARANTEE
32x4 Flat Tread, Cord
34x4 Flat Side, Cord
33x5 Flat Tread, Cord
31x5 'Flat Tread, Cord

Flat Tread, lxrd
Flat Tread, Cord
Flat Tread, Cord
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OCALA EVENING StAfi, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1921

OECUBBEIICES

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- If you have any sociiety items for
tie Star, please call five-one.
Miss Lucille Gissendaner and Miss
;ifcel Home leave today for Gaines

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ville for a visit of several days.
, FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
vSee our new novelty ladies' shoes.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co, 5-6t,
Mrs. Leverett Futch will entertain
t -auction Saturday afternoon. The
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notice in yesterday's tissue stating it
Was tO De a ie was an tuui
Crane's Stationery the absolutely
proper gift. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A, E. GERIG. 5-6t
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A varied line of parlor sets now on
"display here. They are serviceable,
iip-to-the-minute, and selling at very
reasonable prices. Let us show you
the line. Theu3 Bros, The Furniture
en.
30-tf
Mr. and Mrs N. T. Mitchell and
little daughter have returned home
from a month's visit to relatives in
Georgia. They made the trip in their
car.
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needhara
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
We are sole agents for the Gibson
line of Christmas Cardsi. "Nuff said."
THE SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E.
GERIG. ; 6-5t
Mr. and Mrs. James Engesser re
turned Sunday from a week's trip to
Fort Lauderdale, where they were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charltss Flip-
peril
Choice lire poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone., us, 108, Main
Sfreet Market. 6-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That 'good cigar.
. Mrs'Raiford Simmons will arrive
this afternoon from Statesboro, Ga.,
to be the guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Judge and Mrs. Leverett
Futch; until after the holidays.
Celery lettuce, cauliflower, cocoa cocoa-nuts,
nuts, cocoa-nuts, applies, cucumbers, peppers,
grapes,' assorted nuts, cranberries,
grapefruit, oranges.- Bananas still 35
cents per. dozen. Fort King Confec
tionery, phone 596. i 7-3t
' A wonderful assortment of Volland
Books for the children, dainty gift
books for the adult friend. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 6t
' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker have
returned home from a week's visit to
Mr. and Mrs; Frank Mustin at Okee Okeechobee.
chobee. Okeechobee.
. Our sausage is always fr;sh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf
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Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
h) gift, boxes, at Gerig's Drug: Store.
"The Pink Lady" doesn't use rouge
as you will see tomorrow night at. the
-Temple theater. ; "It
Mr. Carlos C. Scott, a former Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky boy, who hasflDeen visitting his
old Kentucky friends, Mr. Scott and
family on Watula street, left today
for Lakeland to visit friends.
What would make a' more ; suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we ai show showing
ing showing this season? The reasonable
prices- will surprise you. Call and
them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. S-tf
The Perry Edwards case is up in
county judge's court today We had
begun to jthink Perry came under the
statute of limitations.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the
large line on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 1-tf
Mr. Dixie M. Hollins of the Gener General
al General Motors Acceptance Coi-poration is
greeting his Ocala friends.
Your favorite -odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes at the Courl Pharmacy. 6t
... New ladies' shoes, baby Louis heels.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-6t,
Mrs. Phil Robinson of Inverness, is
visiting in Ocala at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson.
Smoke Don Rey. That jod cigar.
Pompano, Spanish mackerel and
blue fish received today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 15. 5-3t
A worthy family in North Ocala is
Jn-need.i ; There are three little cliil cliil-Dx.'riithout
Dx.'riithout cliil-Dx.'riithout shoes and: the entire
fanily is short on something to eat.
If you want to help them, notify Mrs.
JBittirger of the King's Daughters, or

We are ready for the Holiday. Season with the largest line of Piratical Gifts we have
ever handled. Whether you want to please Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Uncle, Aunt
or Sweetheart, you can find -a suitable gift in our display. We can furnish you with -gifts
that are practical, useful and lasting and will be appreciated by the recipient

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Crane's Stationery. Berlin-Jones Stationery
Eversharp Pencils, Gold and Sterling Silver
Tenipoint Fountain Pens, Gold and Sterling
Silver
Watermann's Ideal Fountain Pens
HouBigants Perfumes andPowders
Coty's Perfumes and Powders
Arly's Perfumes at)d.Powders
Flaconette's, Houbigant's, Coty's, Roger and
Gallet :
Hudnut's Perfumes and Powdett
Ansco Cameras, Norris Candies
Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines inChrist--.
s mas Packages

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Polite and Attentive Salespeople Are Here to Show Our

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The Drug Store
take money or supplies to the store of
Marshall McDavid on North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street. Mr. McDavid has already
helped the family to the extent of his
ability. -"
A good bargain is to get what you
want whenVou want it at a reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains wiien it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNITURE. Theus Bros.-30-tf
Miss Onie Chazal is expected home
this afternoon from a six weeks' trip
to Georgia and South Carolina.
Fashion Park clothing, newest de design.
sign. design. Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
Company. 5-6t
Mrs. Allen Walkley and little
daughter, Margaret, returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from Jacksonville,
where, they have spent the past week
with friends. ; ;
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
T Mrs. Harry Walters will entertain
tomorrow afternoon at a theater
party, honoring her V guests, Mrs.
Hartzog and Miss River.
Your kodak work will be properly
and promptly finished at Revel's
Studio, over Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Store. l-t
See our line of "Little Gifts." Some Something
thing Something in them for everybody. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 6t
Miss Louise Green of Orangeburg,
S. C, and Miss SaraNeeJy of Olar,
S. Cv after a pleasant visit in Ocala
as the guests of Mrs."JT". H. Johnson
and Mrs. Harry Walters, left today
for their homes." En route home they
will stop in St. Augutsine and Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for a few day.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, noee and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
fcala. Fla. v" Ad.-tf
PEERLESS TIRE
30x3 Non-Skid, 8.00 :
30x3 Non-Skid, $10.00
We Specialize On
FORD AND CHEVROLET
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE ilGMWAY
JAS. ENGESSER Prop. -Day
Phone 258. Night Phone 533

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REPORT OF SECRETARY
' OF THE TREASURY
(Continued from First Page)
government takes, in the way of tax.
out of any income, which would other otherwise
wise otherwise be saved and invested, and there thereby
by thereby become a part of the capital and of
the wealth of the nation, affects not
so much the individual from whom it
is taken as it does the whole people of
the country, in theyiirect loss of pro productive
ductive productive capital.. s '.
"After all, the wealthy of the coun country,
try, country, upon which all the activities and
the prosperity of our- people depends,
is made up of the private property of
the individual citizens of all the
people and anything that unneces unnecessarily
sarily unnecessarily takes away from the accumu accumulated
lated accumulated property necessarily injuriously
affects the people as a whole."
Discussing the proposed adjustment
of the tax on business profits, Mr.
Mellon suggests no specific rates, but
calls attention that the repeal of the
excess profits tax made necessary an
incerase of 2 per cent in the cor corporation
poration corporation income tax and that this
with the capital stock tax makes the
total levy on corporations approxi approximately
mately approximately 15 per cent.
"When we remember," he writes,
"that the great bulk of the business of
the country, both large and small, is
carried on under corporate form and
that the net income must largely be
distributed in dividends, and that
these dividends are then in turn sub subject
ject subject to surtax, in the hands of per persons
sons persons receiving fchem, it is. at once seen
than the resulting taxation to persons
engaged in productive business is
very heavy. For instance, a stock stockholder
holder stockholder subject to surtax at 10 per
cent really pays about 25 per cent on
his dividends; while a .' stocltholder
subject to a 50 per cent surtax would
be taxed about 65 per cent on such
profits."
Declaring that there were two
"chief objections" to the present high
estate tax rates, Mr. Mellon says
much of what he has said, respecting
the high surtaxes applied equally to
the estate taxes. Another objection
he sets forth, is that in many in instances,
stances, instances, a forced liquidation of estates
to obtain the necessary money to pay
the taxes, result in loss to the estates
as well as "te everyone else who is
interested in' these properties, espe especially
cially especially if at the same time they desire
to or must selL"
Referring to theoft repeated state statement
ment statement that the tax laws need simpli simplification,
fication, simplification, Mr. Mellon declares "that the
greatest simplification that can be
made is in the reduction of the rates."
"So long as the rates were low," he
asserts, "there was not much diffi diffi-culty
culty diffi-culty in the administration of the
law; even though the system was en entirely
tirely entirely new and the organization ad administering
ministering administering it, unfamiliar with the
operation of, such a law. The com complexity
plexity complexity of the law -so far an it con
Cernsthe income., tax, itself, has arisen

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White Ivory Toilet Sets
and odd pieces
largely "out of the high rates which
make every point that arises involve
substantial amounts of money, and
which means that each possible ques question
tion question is contested by the tax payers
and by the government and resulting
in delay in the collection of the reve revenue,
nue, revenue, irritation and annoyance and ex expense
pense expense on the part of the taxpayer and
costly litigation. With moderate
rates, very much of this difficulty
would disappear!
NEW RESTAURANT
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
public square.
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t
.Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tally, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
to order.; Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters. 7-tf
Let Us Famish
Your Holiday
Fruit Cakes
Layer Cakes
Sponge Cakes
JeUy Rolls
Pies, Etc
Federal Bakery.
Makers of the
Famous

White Ivory Manicure Sets
Log Cabin and Wisteria Pecan Roll, 9 L
and 2 pound packages
Cigars and Cigarettes in Christmas Boxes
Thermos Bottles, Caraffes and Food Jars
Aladdin Jars, 1 gal. cap'y; keeps hot or cold
Mary Garden, Djer kiss. Mavis, Lady Mary,
Hudnut, Arly Sets. Military Brushes
Gillette, Auto-Strop, Durham Duplex, En En-ders,
ders, En-ders, Ever-Ready and Gem Damaskene Ra Razors
zors Razors and Blades. Twinplex Stroppers for Gil-
lette and Durham Duplex Razors
Christmas Candles', Incense Burners, Incense

- Goods, Whether You Buyor Not

PHARMAC

FOM SALE
I have decided to put on the market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2ii or five-acre lot3,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or aelL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
W.D.CARtf
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE
C. V. Roberts
- Phone .305
Barney Spencer
Phone 431
ROBERTS Jfc SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Era balm era
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
tl
-irt. 1 can now give you the
iver7 latest, up-to-date
. methods, assuring you
fcStE J the most careful and
thoro service.
OR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made "on all con contract
tract contract work- Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
We have Society Brand's last word
in clothing. Pay us a visit. Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee Clothing" Shoe Company. 5-t
This is a Studebaker year..

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Ocala, Florida
MEETING OF PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS'
TEACHERS' PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
The regular meeting of the Parent Parent-Teachers'
Teachers' Parent-Teachers' Association will be held
Thursday, Dec. "&th, at 4:15, in the
high school study halL The follow following
ing following is the'program for the afternoon:
Christmas carols, pupils from the
primary school.
Business. :
- Educational news notes, members
of the a'ssociation.. Each member, cf
the association present will be asked
to give some item of news in regard
to educational plans or achievement.
Reading, "The Two Paths," Mrs!
Harold. Mrs. C. E. Winston, Sec'y.
HONOR ROLL PUBLIC SCHOOL
The following pupils of the Ocala
schools have maintained ; an average
of 90 in deportment, 95 in attendance,
90 in each subject for the second
month and are therefore eligible for
the honor roll of the school.
4th? Grade, room 1: Pearl Bal-
Vevie Hal sell, Orfit -Melia, 'Mary
Sheppard," James Carter, Lawrence
I Edwards.
Low 4th Grade, room 2: Katie Lou
Rivers,'-Alvm Chace, Martha Taylor,
Pauline Williams, Ruby Hales, Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. Carmichael, Florp- McKay, Elsie
Burrittt,
High; 4th Grade: Ruth Roseke, Metr
tie Bratcher, Clara Hurst, Wilbemina
Green, Beatrice Holmes, Jesse Riles.
Low 5th Grade: Eva Brooks, JXhtl
Mae Rogers, Elizabeth Thaekerson,
Margaret Christensen, Walter Preer,
Tom Blowers.
High 5th Grade; Elizabeth Dick Dickson,
son, Dickson, Wilfred Never, WiHiafn gd gd-wards,
wards, gd-wards, Paul Theus.
Low 6th Grade, Room 1: Aubrey
Condrey, Daisibel Clement, Gladys
Holes, flarry Cli"k?P?l Jr Kingman
Moore Jr.
Low 6th-Grade Room 2; Lilian
Leak,
High 6th Grade; LeRoy Carroll,
. Low" 7th Xrade: Dora Burnett,
Anita Chazal, Amy Long, Babttt
Peyser, Johnnie Lou Potter, Mamie
Sue Spencer.
High 7th Grade: Lor a Thomas.
Low 8th Grade: Pinckney Clement,
George Jordan, Margaret Dalzell,
Louise Clement, Lottie Rushing.
High 8th Grade: Paul Ash worth,
James Hardee, Myra Baxter, Marie
Snowden.
' Jlieh SoI
Freshman: Willm. jbepariL
Sophomore; Karl Henderjy, Ife'?n
Leitner.
Junior: Katherine Feuchter, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker, Mildred Crosby, Edith
Edwards, Irene Carn.
ENGRAVING
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid', also go!j
and silver. f Prompt service. -5
" WEIHE COMPANY,'
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.

LOST Brown cameo. Suitiila 're

ward for its return to the" C'Jt
Shop, Ilarrirgton Ealal corner. C-Ct
WANTED A piano to rent.. Add-
.-Wr" care Star. 7-St
WANTED Lady to operate hra hra-stitching
stitching hra-stitching machine. Apply to L:,ir
- Sewing Machine Co., Fort King
Ave and S. Magnolia St. : T-it
FOR SALE One-ton, Ford
truck, and 1319 Ford rci.dater.
Must sell at once. Need the ciiii.
Address C F.
Rayner,
cizl-.
waha avenue, city
LOST Saturday, female pointer j ;?-
py, about three ir.ontfcs eld.
Howard Clark at the O. K. TV.' ll
Grocery, : 6-5;
LOST Last night, a. plain
gold
pin, somewhere on Oklaw;
the 300 or 400 block. The
will please return to the Sir.r e
and receive reward. 6-3t 5-
WANTED A good standard t
writen Must be in good corisli.;,', 4.
If reasonable, will pay casb.r X ;.
Z., care Star. CJCt! "i
WANTED At once, a job of.
kind. Ilad six months' esperk-'
grocery store, also a Ford mec mec-Good
Good mec-Good reference. State salary,
dress" W. C Hall, Anthony, Fla
FOR RENT Close in, roomlf;.
nished' or v unfurnished. Inqulr, V
Singer office, corner MagBCi.a4"-" 1
Fort King.
5-U,
FOR RENT Furnished bed. "rxTJ,
either one or two beds. At ;1 f a
11&6-S1 Orange St. or phone 1-,
,; r-r'.
FOR SALE Cut down Ford tei'Ji
wire wheels and extra wbet;j"i3
first class condition. Can it J sm?$
at Dixie Highway Garage."
FOR SALE Cabbage, onion ar.i Ut
tuce plants. H. P. Bitting..;
X-MAS CAKES, ETO Orders -Ub-a
for cakes of all kinds; al3?J ihhi
and nut bread. -Give yoar-ori;rs
now; forryour(vXraas f rjifcavCii Si
M rs. -L. W. Pen ier,- pc n A Z I ft t
229. .. -. -.-.:'; Itttfr
WOOD AND ORANGES A-ks'Tct
of oak and pine wood in stCTr. 'xi
.'fireplace size ?5X0 per conVifi
three strands or 2 per strand.
have a nice lot of oranges at ?tfs?
'.(hundred or $2.50 a pecked bijT'T.
D: Cam, phone 191. 30-tf r
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 rrwJ.I. Ui'l
in private family only. Pries, r,
Can be seen at Adarsr 4 "orris ;4
garage.
4 0
WOOD Cord rey can dclirer yea IV
and 15-inch wood, '- seascn. J '.-czlT,
' split ready for the stova, tX
per cord. Or four-foot wood z'"i
a cord. L. E. Cord rey, phcr."
city. ; 12-S-tf
FOR SALE Ford worm drive ;tni:S
in excellent condition, eqn!;;t4
with cord tirest A good bu7. Arj',2
Chero-Cola Comppny. 2$4r?z
T
FOR SALE Florida 8urehed.-fU -bage
and Big Boston Icttues lltT'.s,
25 cents per hundred,, ?2 fir-tl' 2 :
sand,.f. o. b. Ocsla; C. XL C:r
746 Wyomina stret, phene 'it"
Ocala, Fla. ; 13-tf"c
HEMSTITCHING! At Singer ewisj
Machine ofSce, No. 2 Fort Iz2
Ave. Mail orders returned sama dr y
as received. -r:tT
MULES Ten pair four year
matched mules, will weiJs- I1C -'
pounds when grown; sound;
three hundred and fifty to fear
drcsd and fifty a pair. Ar.'J or
Farms, Anthony, fla. 'tMf.'l.
SHO ULrAlillUti V fty
your old shoes when a sraal L"
of repairs will make them r "f
as new for all practical pur;-,:.
Work neatly executed cn sicrt.
tice. Only best materia! c;.
r M
p. Jlalspll, 12 West Tt- A7:
FOR CALK Tffs7e a (1:
of cedar posts. lar spi
'Apply to Ray & Tfcomsca ysr
Conyerse lot st A. C L. dcpcC
FOR SALE Excellent retail t-s r-
inOcsla; stock will iqvertcry. ?
5J0; fixtgrfs apprpxir:c; I
Good cash buiir.esi. ',
, 1
- cash, balance in one, two sril tr;
years. Owner" v.ar.tj to er.tsr-fr-other
ine. ppqks will be shfrn':f;j
aaybn HlaniBg bufinss to J"r;r?
that it is a money m&kfr, A-irL1
"Opportunity," cgre r, C;i:,:
Ha.
FOR SALE Six room ir.c4en icrst;
lights, bath and sewer e:r.r.- rHis;
on nice lot close. h for Uts ti;sa
cost of buildin?. Address, J'Zit
gain, care Star. 12-24C!
Salt n illct, atrtsiy sts!ei. at XSm
City Kith, Market. 24-tf
Let your photograph "pay your
friends a holiday visit. Make the S-
pointment early at
Revel's
over Guarar3tee Cloth:- ai
Store. J-
Apalachicola oysters every dayfl'"
cents a quart; $2.50 a
gsllou.
'City
Fish Market. Phone ICS
Flaconettes j Iriczzirj-
rlafs"'5s1th "Slur-ir.r.". '?e
ever sold.- To "Le lcht cr.
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