The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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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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VfEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Sunday; colder toaight probably ,light frost in north portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 44; this afternoon, 79.
VOL. 21
NO. 2i I

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With the new year ahead and the
annual meeting on Jan. 12th, the
Marion County Board of Trade will
bold a mating of its members on
Thursday night, Dec. 22, to consider
plans for the next twelve months, to
prepare a tentative program of work
for this period and to consider sever several
al several amendments to the constitution and
by-laws of the organization.
The secretary of the Board of Trade
states that the experience of commer commercial
cial commercial organizations points to the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of adopting ,a program of work
that is short and that contains only
items that are of importance and of
a practical nature. A long program
of work which lists things that are
very much desired and admittedly of
"great importance, but which can not
be carried out for one reasqn cr an another,
other, another, should not be adopted, says the
secretary- Such a program, he says,
would merely lead to expecting too
much of the organization and hence
result in dissatisfaction and discour discouragement;
agement; discouragement; The program of work, says
the secretary, should be a flexible one,
to allow for the inevitable contingen contingencies
cies contingencies that come up during the year.
Secretary Chazal submits the fol following
lowing following lisit of needs of Ocala ,and
Marion county without regard to the
relative importance of each:
More paved streets, including the
important inter-county highways and
a broad boulevard to Silver Springs.
Planting cf shade trees, palms,
shrubs aid flowers along the high highways
ways highways and especially along the Silver
Springs boulevard.
- Permanent paving of every street
in Ocala.
Tourist hotel with grounds and
gardens. -, ;
Extension of the "white way" thru
the remaiinderof the business section
and the residential sections of the
Improvement of the union station
approach. ;
Better marketing facilities f or ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural products of the county.
Advertising, including illustrated
booklets, the "Marion County Flor-
idian". and the publication in booklet
form of data on the crops of the
county prepared by the county agri agricultural
cultural agricultural agent. 1
Band concerts.
First class tourist motor camp.
Solution of freight rate' problems.
- Holiday celebrations.
New street signs for Ocala.-
Revised building code.
Water softening plant.
Post cards with new views of the
city and county.
New high school building.
Tourist recreation center.
More houses and apartments.
Highway engineer for the county.
Large and attractive signs on high highways
ways highways at city limits calling attention
to Silver Springs and other attrac attractions
tions attractions and advantages of the city and
New map of county.
More permanent form for Board of
Plan prepared by landscape archi architect
tect architect for beautification and develop development
ment development of city.
Road posting.
New municipal building.
Rest room in permanent building.
. City and county millage for pub publicity
licity publicity purposes.
The secretary does not submit this
list as original nor as complete. It
includes items that have from time to
time in the past been proposed by va various
rious various organizations and individuals.
The secretary of the Board of
Trade will recommend the organiza organization
tion organization of a committee to be known as
the "Presidents' and Secretaries' Com Committee,"
mittee," Committee," to be composed of the presi presidents
dents presidents and secretaries of all organiza organizations
tions organizations doing civic or commercial work,
for the purpose of comparing the pro-
grams of work of the several organi organizations,
zations, organizations, in order to avoid the over overlapping
lapping overlapping of programs and the duplica duplication
tion duplication of effort and expenditure of mon money.
ey. money. ...
The fullest attendance at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Board of Trade Dec 22 is
Hirged. '.'-. j
Crane's Stationery, the absolutely
proper gift. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 5-6t
You' will find your Christmas deco decorations
rations decorations at GADSON'S. 9-2t


I am informed that it is allesred I

am not eligible, as a candidate for wno escaped from the penitentiary : ence opened today with a statement
alderman, and could not serve if elect- nere yesterday to search the hills for j by Chairman Hughes that most sat sated.
ed. sated. I. voted in Ocala in the last gen- Tcm Slaughter. Slaughter, a noted j isfactory progress had been made by
eral election and assumed that the bandit, with a record of nearly a score I the committee cf the whole on the far
registration at that time was sufS- of breaks for freedom from south- eastern question. The first subject
cicnt. The mere fact of not be'ing western jails and prisons, was shot to was China and Mr. Hughes spoke at
registered in the city, however, in no, death in the Saline county hills by one ; length on that question. The commit commit-wise
wise commit-wise disqualifies me from holding of- tne convicts he liberated, according tte Veported on resolutions affecting
fice. to the story told Sheriff Crowe by a that country and the conference

That thfs is not merely a personal
opinion but backed by advice of coun-
sel is shown by the following letter
which I submit for your considara-
H. W. Henry.
Ocala, December 10, 1921.
Dr. H, W. Henry, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: Our attention is directed
t.n the renort. that vnn are not. elierihle
as a candidate for councilman from
the first ward in the ensuing election
to be held next Tuesday, due, it is
said, to the fact tbat you have not
registered in the registration books
for city elections.
We have given careful, consideration

to the question, at your request, and state officials are working today in an
from the facts presented to us, it is effort to settle the strike of packing
our opinion that your name, having house workers, which has caused a
been presented by petition, as provid- week of riot and disorder in live stock
ed by ordinance, --and having been centers', while Chicago packers an an-placed
placed an-placed upon the ballot by action of the nounced they were operating at near near-council,
council, near-council, there is no legal reason why ly normal and union leaders are en en-you
you en-you are ineligible as a candidate, and deavoring to extend the strike by ap ap-no
no ap-no reason why the citizens may not pealing foia sympathetic walkout by
vote for you at said election. other trades in the stock yards. Re Re-We
We Re-We are further of the opinion that ports that 8000 imported workers
if you receive a majority of votes have been brought into the Chicago
cast at said election, it will be the yards were denied by the packers. G.
duty of the council to declare you duly W. Reed, negro leader of the strikers

Yours truly,
Anderson & Anderson.
T. S. Trantham.
H. M. Hampton.
I have not had the opportunity to
take advantage of any extended per personal
sonal personal canvass.. In fact, I feel that I
have no advantages to offer you be beyond
yond beyond those of my opponent, whom I
esteem both as a man and a citizen!
We differ only as to the question
of which is the best course for the
city to pursue. He, I am informed,
stands pat on his past record, and I
am willing to let it lie that way.
Your present council, of which my
opponent is a member, makes an ex-
cellent showing for the electric light J
department, and while I have not at- ;
tempted to subject it to a very care-
ful scrutiny, it would appear, accept-
ing it at, its face value, to be a very
well managed department. Person-
ally, I think this result can be readily
accounted for by the fact that they
have at the head of that department
an able and skillful man who is on the
job at all times.
Now I advocate applying that same
principle to the city as a whole with
the confident expectation that we may
expect to get equally good results
all along the line.
Fellow citizens, the result is in your
hands. The issue is, so far as I am
concerned, clearly defined. A business
administration with a competent man
in charge, who can and will give his
whole time to the business of the city.
I remain, Yours very truly,
II. W. Henry.
Mr. A. C. Blowers will represent
the Ma"rion County Board of Trade at
the meeting of stateorganizations to
be held in Orlando on Monday, for the
purpose of considering problems of
the various highways into Florida and
the publication of authoritative road
mas. .Representatives from all parts
... ..
of the state are expected to be in Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. At present there is a confus confusion
ion confusion of routes, into the state and a
multiplicity of road maps, none of
which are satisfactory.
Fashion Park clothing, newest de designs.
signs. designs. Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
A wonderful assortment of Yolland
Books for the children, dainty gift
books for the adult friend. THE

: Led a Sensational Delivery from Ar- j

kansas Prison, Only to be Mur Murdered
dered Murdered by One of the Men
He Liberated
Rock, Dec. -10. (Associated
A posse started at daylight
todav on the trail of seven convicts
man wno Eaid ne snot him. J. C.
Howard, who- surrendered with four
others of the six who accepted Slaugh-
tr's offer of freedom, told the officials
he shot Slaughter in the back and had
intended shooting him from the mo
ment the party left prison. The note
Howard said he left in prison, bear bearing
ing bearing the same statement, dbuld not be
found ely today.
(Associated Press)
Chicago,' Dec." 10. Federal and
in Kansas City, announced he would
resign today, saying he was no longer
able to keep the strikers there under
control. -j
(Associated Press)
Poughkeepsie, X. Y., Dec
Charges that agtr.ts for James A.
Stillman attempted to corrupt and
bribe a prospective witness in the
trail of his divorce suit against his
vrde, were made today by defense
counsel in a hearing before Supreme
Court Justice Morschauser.
(Associated Press)
Knoxville, Dec. 10. Final argu-
pments in the trial of Maude Moore,
! charged with the murder of Leroy
J Harth two years ago, consumed the
I entire morning session of the court,
j The case is expected to go to the' jury
at noon.
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Dec. 10. Steele hiwA
school, Dayton, Ohio, and Duval high
j meet here today in an intersect ional
j football clash. It rained heavily most
' of the night and until ten ojclock this
j morningbut it has been decided to
play the game on account of the rain
insurance carried. The game is in in-sured
sured in-sured against rain for $5000. Under
the terms of the policy if the teams
play the insurance companyywill pay
them the difference between the gate
receipts and $5000. The game will be
played in Southside Park, the field
being partly sod and partly clay. It
is expected the gridironers will battle
in a sea of mud.
The oral hygiene unit in charge of
Major H. B. Butler of the United
States army will arrive in the city
j i r a t-i : i. :ii :
this afternoon. The unit will remain
here about a week. During the time
its work will be largely with the
school children and the interest and
the help of the entire community is
needed to receive the greatest benefit
of the oral hygiene unit. Ocala is
fortunate in having this unit and it
was through the combined efforts of
some of our doctors, dentists and
teachers that this has been naade pos-
j sible.
GADSON is headquarters for toys
and Christmas gifts.

Draft of Agreement Between Amer-

icaBritain, France and Japan
Laid Before the Anns
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec 10. The fourth
plenary session of the arms confer-
adopted them.
A draft of the proposed treaty be between
tween between the United States, Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, France and Japan, which is to
supplant the Anglo-Japanese alliance
and pave the way for acceptance of
American proposals for naval reduc reduction
tion reduction was formally laid 'before the
aims conference today by Senator
Lodge. It is a ten-year agreement in
which the four nations bind them them-i
i them-i selves to respect their existing rights
in insular possessions and dominions
in the Pacific and in case of disputes
which cannot be settled by diplomacy,
agree to a joint conference among
themselves. Any one of the parties
may withdraw on twelve months no notice,
tice, notice, after the expiration of ten years.
The treaty requires confirmation by
the United States Senate.
The treaty has not been signed
formally but has been initialed by
representatives of the four powers as
The residence formerly owner by
Mr. J. G. Lege at Woodmar, Eastlake,
was destroyed by fire last night. The
house was occupied by Mr. Helmar
land family of Atlanta, who had only
j 'uten occupying the place since Thurs-
i day night. At the time of the fire Mr.
I Helmar and fami'y and nearly all of
khe neighbors were attending a meet-
ling ar me Lane veir t-iuo at r.ast-Iake.-
The fire had made such head headway
way headway by the time help arrived, that
very little of the furniture was saved.
j Several cases of shells and cartridges
that were in the house exploded dur-
: ing .the fire, giving the effect of a bat-
j tie. The loss was partially covered
! by insurance.
American Legion Searching for Jamt
E. Adle, Shll-Schock Victim Victim-Disappeared
Disappeared Victim-Disappeared in February.
, Refusing to believe that her son
dead, although she read recently
neT s p a p e r ac
count of 'the bur burial
ial burial Jn Minnesota
of a soldier who
t "i
bore marks
rk of V -'
ion inen- ,
tloi? of t
tk-al with
ier son, Mrs.
Mararer A 1 i e.
Lowell. Mavs.. has
ippeiJed (o the
American Lejrion
for help in her
untiring search.
The boy sought is James
a wounded service man of the World World-war
war World-war who disappeared on February 27
last while on his way from Lowell to
Boston, Mass., where he was to re recede
cede recede a government examination. Th
former soldier was suffering from a
severe attack of shell shock at the
With her husband's death since .ti e
war. the mother Is In straightened
circumstances. Her son's government
compensation checks have been arriv arriving
ing arriving monthly during his absence, she
declares, bnt they cannot be cashed
without 's signature.
To Roosevelt's Memory.
A bronze tablet dedicated to the
memory of the late CoU Theodore
Roosevelt recently was presented the
American Legion of Kings County,
New York, by the United Spanish War
Veterans. The tablet was composed of
metals takn from the Ill-fated Maine.
' the OlympSa. Dewey-s flagship; th
Oregon, which made the trip from San
Francisco In time to aid in the destruc destruction
tion destruction of Cervera's1 net at Santiago
the old battleships New Trfe mA
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Ceng's Drug Store".

Goes to Two Scandinavian Statesmen,
Bran ting of Sweden and Lange
of Norway

Christiania, Norway, Dec. 10. (By
Associated Press). The Nobel peace
prize for 1921, it' was officially an announced
nounced announced today, has been divided
equally between Hjalmar Branting,
premier of Sweden, and Christian L.
Lange, of Norway, secretary of the
Interparliamentary Union.
Crew and Those of Other American
Boats Accused of Gun
' Running
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Dec. 10. The Ameri American
can American fishing schooner Mabel, now being
held by Mexican authorities, is de described
scribed described in a foreign office statement
today as a carrier of contraband
arms. The charge is also made that
other boats flying the United States
flag are engaged in gun running.
(Copy (or This Department Bapplled by
the Amertfin Lrinn Nw Service.
Restaurant Cook, Harry .zyntton
Jones. Famous as Author of
"Rose of No Man's Land."
From out the bustling kitchen of a
popular summer resort restaurant near
v- St. Paul. Minn..
thre issued dur-
ing the vacation
season U't ing
sprigs and wh s-
tied ditties
s o' u n d e d
:trnrl v f:?inil-
i .r tl.i.r m?ri-
can L';rion serv-
v ice nieu of ,l:e
-.. World war d d-iv
iv d-iv 1 idv.l to invpsil invpsil-'ate.
'ate. invpsil-'ate. Thty found
Hie musician to k.t one Harry Keyu Keyu-ston
ston Keyu-ston Jones, a live-foot-ten cWkney.
also the restaurant cook.
Jones began his musical career as
chef of a Winnipeg grenadier regiment
during the war. Later he tended the
private skillet of Gen.Sir Julian Byng
at Vimy Ridge, and more important
than that, he wrote "Rose of No Man's
Land," the war song that had a long
run of popularity. A penny whistle
which he bought and played for the
prime jHirpose of amusing his kitchen
police caused his rise to music fame,
he declared.


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In France he was transferred to the njg-ht between several American ma ma-officers'
officers' ma-officers' mess. There Lieutenant Col- rineg and a party of civiliar3 Two
onel McRpe. whoJater wrote In Flan- ; ,
uu" marines were wounde.. The marines

ders t ieyis. neara tne pennv mi!"-
tlimr. anl the two became friend.
Some time afterward they togemer
turned out the words and music of
the No Man's Land ong.
Jones, v mded at amt ral. was in invalided
valided invalided back to Canada. After his
discharge frcra the hospital be began
a slghtseein tour of the states, de depending
pending depending upon his cooking ability for
ready employment. He now has a
song with a New York publisher which
he hopes' to put forth soon.
Soap and Water.
The Icelandic word geyser, meaning
vehement, or impelled, has been so
adopted as a household word and. In
general, connected with heating water,
that It Is scarcely recognized as com coming
ing coming from the volcanic districts of Ice Iceland,
land, Iceland, where the natural formation of
fountains of boiling' water thrown Into
the air to a height of more than 100
feet are a feature in the landscape
which Is as picturesque as It Is In Interesting.
teresting. Interesting. In order to Induce the largest geyser
in the most rmr.ortant- group of vol volcanic
canic volcanic springs In Ffeland to "show 4TT
during the visit of .the king of Den Denmark
mark Denmark and the roys! party who accom accompanied
panied accompanied him. a large quantity of soop
a placed in the !u!n I anse for
me years thi particular sprinz had had-shown
shown had-shown no rf"i1ty of ftn expiosiv
k!nd f.nd this method of Iniuci; g an
erujitica Is one that Las always found
See our line of "Little Gifts." Some Something
thing Something in them for everybody. THE

If the American Senate is Wise, This
Threat to Our Country Will Sooa
Pass Into Oblivion J

Washington, Dec. 10. (Associated
Press). The Anglo-Japanese alliance,
long regarded with apprehension by
the American people, passed into his history
tory history today when the spokesmen of
both nations at the' arms conference
accepted in its stead the tiew four four-power
power four-power agreement for preservation of
peace in the Pacific to which the
United States and France became
parties. This action paves the way
to acceptance of the American propos proposals
als proposals for reduction cf naval armaments
t and in a large measure is expected to
contribute to the settlement of all Chi Chi-nese
nese Chi-nese questions.
( Associated Press)
Miami, Dec. 10 The Miami Steam Steamship
ship Steamship Company, operating steamers
steamers between Miami and Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, has announced that a reduction
of fifty per cent in freight rates on
grapefruit, oranges, limes, tomatoes, tomatoes,-eggplants
eggplants tomatoes,-eggplants and avocados from Miami
to Jacksonville; will become effective'
Dec. 14th and continue until February
28, 1922. The new rate will be fif fifteen
teen fifteen cents per standard crate and the
reduction was decided upon for the
purpose of co-operating with growers
and shippers in the territory served
by the line in order that they might
handle more advantageously their"
season's crop on the prevailing low
market. The" reduced rate inclatles
deliveries at Jacksonville to connect connecting
ing connecting water and rail lines on shipments
destined to points north.
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, Dec. 10. Comptroller
j Amos has announced that owners of
j automobiles and trucks cn obtain
j f rCirn n v.-v nr. t tV.o fRQ .f k
clerks of the circuit court, county'
judges or tax collectors information
' concerning the weights
of various
models of all makes of automobiles
in, connection with the filing of appli applications
cations applications for automobile licenses Tor
1S22. Under the new state law own owners
ers owners will pay according to the weight
of their "cars instead of the horse horsepower
power horsepower as heretofore. Booklets con containing
taining containing information as to weights of
cars also have been sent to automo automobile
bile automobile clubs throughout the state.
Managua, Nicaragua, Dec. 10. (By
Associated Press). Four policemen
1 were killed and tne wounded while
breaking ud a street fight here last
1 crc ul1 uuiy ix L n. tunc.
- (Associated I'rtfcfe)
New York, Dec 10. Wall street is
gradually recovering from the gen general
eral general economic depression of the last
two years and signs point to a liberal
distribution of bonuses and gratuities
at Christmas. y
(Associated Press)
West Palm Peach, Dec. 10. Con Contract
tract Contract for construction of the new Palm
Beach county jail here has been
awarded to W. C Daniels, of this city,
whoseb id was $64,450 for the building;
alone. The county commissioners will
ask for bids for equipping the build building
ing building with steel cells and will open them
December 28th. .
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.
Ladies' new street and theatrical
footwear. Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Company. 5-t
Shop early and avoid the rush.



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Our Holiday Stock

Harrington Hall Building,

Lynne, Dec. 7. Henry Henderson
and wife of Ocala attended services
at the Oklawaha church last Sunday.
E. O. Powell was in Ocala Monday
attending to business.
J, U. Stevens and two daughters

vent to Inglis for a short visit Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday.
' Rev. Gus Padgett is attending the
Baptist state convention in Miami
this week. '
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cor Cor-tJrey
tJrey Cor-tJrey at Lyiine, on Friday, Dec. 3, a
fine boy who has been named William
Edward Cordrey.

A pleasant occasion was the old
fashioned candy, pulling at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stevens on last

Saturday evening.
As the young moon dropped behind
the tree tops,
And bonfires spread a cheerful
The guests arrived by Ford and auto,
And fun and laughter reigned su su-v
v su-v preme.
It is the season of cane grinding,
The time when lads and lasses fair
Are wont to gather round the kettle
And dull care vanishes in the air.
(Not to mention ripe persimmons,'
When the frost is on the ground,
Not to speak of juicy 'possum
And the taters all around).
But the good old candy-cooking
That comes right along with this,
And when nobody was looking
Your sweetheait stole a kiss.
Games and merriment continued
Till the witching hour drew nigh,
And the last good night was whisper whispered,
ed, whispered, ;
And the guests dispersed well,
sine die.
Lake Weir, Dec. 7. Mr. and Mrs.
Merton Webster of Westerly, R. L,
arrived a few days ago to spend the
winter at their cozy cottage near the
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Towers, who
purchased a home here last winter,
are now pleasantly located and en enjoying
joying enjoying the sunshine and showers we
are having every few days. Such a
contrast from the ice and snow they
left in Rhode Island a week ago.
Mrs. Samter Campbell and little
son of Murfreesboro, Tenn., have
taken an apartment at the home of
Jlrs. R. L. Martin for the winter and


Diamonds, Silverware, Wrist Watches, Lavellieres,
Lodge Emblem Pins
Elegant Dinner Rings, Children's Signet and
Stone Set Rings
Bracelets Brooches Gentlemen's Watches
Ladies' andGentlemen's Rings in all hinds of stones and emblems, Men's Belts and Buckles
Pearl Necklaces, Mesh Bags, Vcdnty Cases in Sterling &lver and Plated.
In fact, oar line is complete with everything carried in s
a First Class Jewelry Store.
Community Silver at Very Attractive Prices

J. Charles Smith


Fort King Ave.
are very much pleased with Florida
climate and the lake. i
Mrs. B. Baker and children of St.
Petersburg, are euests of -Mr. Baker
for a few weeks at his cottage on the
lake shore.
Mrs. Julia Swails of Micanopy is;
the guest of Mrs.. Baker and other.
friends who are always delighted toj
see her on her annual visit. Little ;
children as well as grown-ups feel the
sweet influence for a better life from
dear Aunt Julia, who carries her age
so well, being 82 years old and still
abel to lead the "world if the oppor-
tunity offered in the good old fash-j
ioned Christian way.
Mrs. Herr and Miss Mary Armenia
of North Lake Weir, were visiting
friends here a few days ago.
The Red Cross members have been
very active for the past two weeks in
the good work of getting new mem
bers for the coming year. There will
be a meeting Friday afternoon at the
club house of the branch members
and the public in general to discuss
plans for the coming year and hear
reports of the local charities under
the care of this branch.
St. Margaret's Guild and the Altar!
Guild of Grace Episcopal church will
hold their annual Christmas sale of (
fancy work, cakes and candy on the
Ocala House porch Wednesday, Dee
14th, starting at 10 o'clock. 8-5t

The Season of Good Cheer and Giving
We suggest in these times the giving of useful presents!
Why give gimcrac'ts of no vAue. that will break tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow Think of something useful and trade with FISH EL

Tie Coat R MARY
CaP Skirt lie
Hat oL Cap
Belt Shoes Hat
Shirt Towels Suit
Shoes Hosiery Tern
Sweater Slippers Coat
Garters Sweater Shirt
Slippers -Shirtwaist Doll
Trousers" Dress Cloth Shoes
Suit Case 1 Table Cloth Dress
Cuff Links j Pillow Cases Pants
Handkerchiefs I Fancy Collars Sweater
Sleeve Holders Handkerchiefs Stockings
EVER WEAR SOX j Bungalow Apron Middy Ties

FISMEL'S """"'"aS


Is Now Complete

Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War "Veterans, meets the
'.third Friday of each month at armory,
j at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Commander.
jW. A. Knight, Adjutant.
lam now grinding cane, and those
who desire to get fresh syrup at the
mill will please call at once, or phone
me. Price 80 cents per gallon,
9-4t Lee L. Priest,
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
J and silver. Prompt service.
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Ocala, Florida

Fraternal Orders
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until farther notice.
J. R. Dey, W. 1L
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, IL P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.-
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit-
jing sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
.welcome to visiting Brothers.
w. vv. Kiiea, j. u.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
! meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
j t'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
ithird story of the Gary block. A
visiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
This is StudeUker year.

The Girl a
Horse and
a Dog

To FhJi or Cut Bait
It is nothing short of wonderful how
rb- vurest grouch can sometimes be
haiii::d by r sinple word. That word
"Staimie you know ; sbe had never
calleij me that tofore; though her
father had been izsins the familiar han handle,
dle, handle, western-wise, right along, almost
from the day I Landed on the Cinnabar
"Yes. I said, and Jumped up and
went to her.
"Did you ever hear of such a thing
asj a bear with a sore hea J"1" she
asked, in the tone of a scho'j a'am
asking the dull boy if he'd ever heard
of the letter "A.
-Often." I admitted.
"Well, isu'i that the way you've been
"Haven't I some little causer
"Maybe, of course, I'm willing to
make some allowances. It does seem
provoking that your grandfather
should have left things in such a
dreadful muddle.!
"How much do you know about the
muddler I asked.
"I know that old Mr. Dudley let,
or partly let, a contract for the drain draining
ing draining of the mine, to a man who was
almost a total stranger to him.
I saw how it was. Bullerton, always
readier to talk than a stuck pig Is to
bleed, Lad been giving her his own
version of things. But I let that part
of it go.
"Grandfather Jasper, was laboring
for the good of my souL He knew his
medium,' as the artists' say. He
wanted to make me work something
that nobody else has ever been able
to do."
"Don't you like to workr
"Vhy-e-e, I guess I'm like other folk
in that respect. I don't mind working
if I can pick my Job and my com company.
pany. company. I've been having a bully good
time hammering around this old bunch
of Junk with your father. Or I was
having one until Satan came also.
"Meaning Mr. Bullerton?"
"Quite so; meaning Mr. Bullerton,
christened CharIes.
"Ought I to stay here and listen if
you're going to say things about him?
"Not if you are going to marry him,
you shouldn't.
"Well, why shouldn't I marry him
if I want to? Hasn't he plenty of
money? And haven't I told you that
Td marry for money? .'
1 "Humph 1 said I; "when you talk
that way you are saying out loud Just
what Lisette says to herself only you
don't mean it and she does. But tell
me how did you get permission to
come over here and talk with me?"
"Whose permission Daddy's?
"No; Bullerton's, of course.
"I don't have to ask it yet.
"Not yet, but soon," I grinned. "All
things come to him or her who
wait. Just the same, you shouldn't
have come. It's cruelty to animals.
After a man has traveled thousands of
miles to sit at the feet of the one girl
tn the universe, only to find himself
elbowed by a brown-whiskered Jeet
"HushT she chided. "Can't yon
ever be serious? You are not sitting
at anybody's feet. What are you go going
ing going to do about the mine?"
. "Buller:on offered to unwater the
Cinnabar if I'd deed him a bit more
than a half interest and possibly he'd
still be willing to do that, which would
mean that he'd form a stock company
and freeze me out completely when
he got ?od and ready."
"And what Is the other way?"
"He offers to buy the mine outright,
just as It Mauds, for fifty thousand
"But your grandfather paid nearly
half a million for it, didn't her
"Even so. But, you see. In the pres present
ent present scrap I'm the under dog. Tlte man
you are gn!n? to marry has none of the
nice little scruples in a business trans transaction
action transaction if you'll permit me to go that
far. He even threatens to turn me
over to the authorities for stealing
that inspection car and getting it
"Oh. I don't believe he'd do thatr
she deprecated.
"It is perfectly right and proper
that you shouldn't think so in the
circuiiistances. Just the same, youll
pardon me if I say that I'm swearing
continuously and prayerfully at the
"You don't want me to marry money
and have good clothes and all the other
nice things, and travel and see the
world, and all that?"
"No. by Jove! I want you to marry
Her laugh was Just a funny little
"Bluebeard I" she said. Just like
that. "And you haven't even killed
Miss Randle yet! Thank you, ever so
much; but I don't want to be one cf
several. Besides you haven't any
Talk of impasses and Impossible sit situations
uations situations What could a man say, or
hope to say, to such a girl as that!
"Did you come over here' just to
mr I rasoed-

""Woof r she shivered, "here cernes
the bear again and then, right smasi
out of a clear sky: "Ks just
once. Stannie-bear."
Did I? She was gasping a Mt when
she got rp rather unsteadily to o
back to the cabin across t&e duirp
head and wouldn't stay another min minute,
ute, minute, though I begvd and pleads! with
"No, indeed. Biueard man," s.e
said with that queer little gnre of a
lauh. "I I think I have found ont
what I wanted to. Go1by." And
then, after I thoccht she was clean
t-ne. she turned back to say. airily:
"Oh. yes; I had alraot forgotten what
I came over here to tell yon. You
mustn't sell the Cinnabar. Stanrie; not
for any price that anybody m?ght offer
you. Goodby, again."
Can you beat it? When the good
Lord made women He dor.Mless tad
many pattern : but I do believe tie
mold was broken and thrown away
after this Jeanie girl had been fash fashioned.
ioned. fashioned. For a solid hour or more I sat
on that slab bench at the shafthoue
door in a sort of bewildered daze, won wondering
dering wondering if I had been asleep and dreaia dreaia-ing.
ing. dreaia-ing. or if the bedazziirg thing hud
really happened.
At breakfast the next morning every everything
thing everything passed off as usua- and or any anything
thing anything that Jeanie said or looted there
needn't have been any bench beside
the &hafthouse door and the dream
theory I had been playing with might
have been the sober fact. An hour
later, after I had gone across to the
mine, Bullerton came over to dig me
out, as before.
"Forty thousand this morning," he
announced as chipper as an English
sparrow over an unexpected heap of
street sweepings. "Say, Broughton,
can you afford to let your capital
shrink at the rate of ten thousand dol dollars
lars dollars a day? If you should ask me, I
should say not."
"You never miss what you haven't
had." I shot back. "There are no
takers on the floor this' morning."
"RIght-o ; It'll be thirty thousand to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, you must remember. At that
rate you'll be owing me quite a chunk
of money by this time next week.
That's about I have to say ex ex-cepting
cepting ex-cepting one more little thing : No more
chinny little tete-a-tetes in the star star-Light,
Light, star-Light, old man, or I shall be obliged to
put the gad to you; the railroad gad,
you know."
It made me so boiling hot to hare
him admit, thus baldly, that he had
been spying upon Jeanie and me the
previous evening that I could scarcely
see straight.
That will be about enough!" I
barked. "I told you the other day
that there were limits, and you've
walked up and looked over the edge
two or three times. You may think
you have as many lives as a cat, but
I doubt It r
He laughed and threw back the la lapel
pel lapel of his cat to show me a regula regulation
tion regulation six-gun slang by a shoulder strap
under his left arm.
"You pulled a hammer on me yester yesterday,"
day," yesterday," he said, letting the laugh lapse
into a grin that showed his fine mouth mouthful
ful mouthful of teeth, "and you probably didn't
know that you would have been a dead
man before you could swing It. Oh,
yes; I could do It, and any coroner's
jury In the Red desert would acquit
me; dangerous iunaticr self-defense,
you know. That's a word to the wise,
and It ought to be sufficient. But I
have a better Jlfe-Insurance policy than
any that the six-gun could write me:
you're in love with Jeanie Twombly
In spite of that girl back East ; and be because
cause because yon are, you are not going to
make her a widow before the fact.
You're not selling your mine for forty
thousand cold ash this morning?"
"Not this morning or any other
"Good. I can afford to stick around

here a few days longer, I guess at
the rate of ten thousand dollars a day.
So long." And be picked his way out
of the clutter of the shop and went
across to the cabin and Jeanie.
Later, along in this same day. while
I was standing at the shaft mouth and
staring down at the water that was
keeping me out of my heritage. Dad Daddy
dy Daddy Hiram came up.
"Still a-puzzlin over It, Stannie?"
he asked, in the sympathetic- tone that
he always nsed when he spoke of the
Great Disappointment.
"There's nothing to it. Daddy," I
gloomed. "Bullerton has me by the
neck, and he knows it."
He tiptoed to the door and peeped
"You've heard 'em say 'at curiosity
killed a cat." he said, out of the cor cor-ii'
ii' cor-ii' -. A his mouth ; "well, the cat's a-
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n Ocala. Fla. 8
Ocala, Fla.
;h high grade paint
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
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work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.



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Good Things to
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California Budded Walnuts
New Brazil Nuts,
Paper Shell Pecans,
Imported Malaga Table Raisins,
Seeded Raisins,
Seedlless Raisins,
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel

Pineapplle and Assorted Fruits,
Candied Cherries
ilaniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Codfish,
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Anti Pasto,
; Samp CBig Hominy)
Ileal French Peas,
Finnan Haddie,
Dutch Herring,

Pearl Barley,
Pearl Tapico,
Graham Flour,
Whole Wheat Flour,
Plain Buckwheat Flour,

Roquefort Cheese,
Edam Cheese Im ported,
New York State Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Kippered Herring,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
. Split Peas, etc.
0. M.
PHONES 16 and 174
One Ford roadster truck will be
. sold cheapj if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf

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and Clicenai tlotlus'
.That's .the combina combination
tion combination we offer yu ii fur the
Joyful Xmas Sea sun. Let
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suit through our Agt ney
120 S. Main St., Upstairs
Thompson Building

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Goods, practical gifts for the business
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Thai Increases in Value

One of these large lots on g

Fronts on Ft. King and
Ocklawaha Aves.
Ownour home
When you pay rent you
have kissed your
money goodbye
118 Fort King Avenue

W. K. Lane, 31. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-U

(Continued from Second Page)

"rtaip tui tnat otner door.
Stannie, and hit for the timber, m
ketch up 'with you in a little spell."
I didn't know exactly what he was
driving at until after I got clear of
the mine buildings and was climbing
the slope of the mountain above. Then



He Waved Me to a Seat, on a Pile
of Broken Rock.
I looked back and saw Bullerton saun sauntering
tering sauntering across the dump head. He was
'evidently bent on another little job
of spying ; either that, or else he didn't
rtant Daddy and me to get together
by ourselves.
, Under cover of the forest I sat down
and waited ; and In a short time Daddy
joined me, making an excuse for the
dodge-away that didn't mean anything
at all.
"I got a claim over yonder in the
right-hand gulch the one 'at I was
workln' when your gran'paw came
along," he said., "Thought maybe
you'd like to mog over with me and
lake a look at her.
Of course, I said I'd be delighted;
so we made a detour around the Cin Cinnabar,
nabar, Cinnabar, keeping out of sight from the
cabin and shaft-house, and pushing on
around the western slope for maybe
half a mile until we came' to the gulch
in which the abandoned claim lay.
Working entirely alone, Daddy had
drivena tunnel possibly a hundred feet
deep straight into the solid rock of the
mountain side, following the thin vein
and hoping that it would widen into
a "pay-streak." After he had led me
a few yards into the tunnel, he waved
me to a seat on a pile of broken rock,
and took one himself with his back
aganst the opposite wall.
Tm gettin'.just naturally so I hate
a gosh-dummed crowd," he remarked,
switching suddenly from his talk of the
'abandoned claim. "Feel sometimes as
if I'd like to swap skins with a con-'
dummed gopher and duck plumb into
a hole."
"Well," said I, grinning, at him,
"you've ducked, for once in a way, and
so have I. What about it?"
"Charley -Bullerton," he spat out.
without further preface. "That slick slick-tongued
tongued slick-tongued word artist sure does get onto
my nerves. What-all's he tryin" to do
to you, anyway. Stannie?"
I didn't see any reason why he
shouldn't know, so I told him all of
it,' from start to finish, offers, bully bully-ings,
ings, bully-ings, and threats, but, of course, noth noth-ing
ing noth-ing about the Jeanie factor.
"Great iloses !" he ejaculated, at the
end of the sorry tale. "Why, gosh-to-Methusaleh
! it's a hold-up! Dd you
reckon he kin unwater the Cinnabar?"
"Surest thing in the world. So
could you or I, if we had the money
to drive a long drainage tunnel from
the lower slope."
The old man smoked along In
thoughtful silence for a few minutes.
Then he said:
"'Bout that there tunnel job ; some some-thin'
thin' some-thin' like two hundred thousand, we
fiugerd that'd cost, with no bad luck,
didn't we, Stannie?"
"That was the figure."
"And, first off. Charley Bullerton
was willin' to give you fifty thousand
for your, rights though now you say
he's shaved it down to forty. That'd
mean an Investment of at least two
hundred and fifty thousand; all a-goin'
out and nothin' a-comin' in. Let's see
where that's fetchin' os to. I don't
know what your gran'paw paid for the
mine, but it was less'n half a million,
and I reckon he paid ever' dollar It
was worth, don't you?"
"Doubtless he did," I admitted.
"So there's where we land," he went
on speculatively. "Two hundred and
fifty thousand tacked onto half a mil million
lion million gives her a capital of three-quarters
of a million sunk in her, first and
last. Question is: Is she worth it?".
I was beginning to get his idea at
last. He was wondering If a mine
that had once sold at a top-notch
price of half a million could stand
the investment of a quarter of a mil million
lion million additional and still hpe to be
a paying proposition.
"You mean that Bullerton is figur figuring
ing figuring upon spending a quarter of a mil million
lion million more on it?" I queried.
"Nope ; 1 reckon 1 can't. There's too
nigger in the woodpile, somewheres.
Stannie, as sure "s you're born."
."fan xon. carry it any further?"

Not much has teen heard, for some
time, of Fort King Camp, Woodmen
of the World. The fact remains that
it is an influential organization with
the strongest membership of any
lodge in the city.
At its meeting Friday night it
elected officers for next year, and re resolved
solved resolved at their installation, on the
second Friday night in next month,
Jan. 13, 1922, to celebrate the occas occasion
ion occasion with a big, cld-fashioned feast.
All members should make a memoran memorandum
dum memorandum of the date.
The officers elected Friday night
are as follows:
P. W. Whiteside, C. C.
"W. W. Vaughn, A. L.
W. S. Bray, banker.
C. K. Sage, clerk.
J. C. Bray, escort.
E. W. Leavengood, watchman.
D. S. Smith Jr., sentry.
W. H. McConn, auditor.



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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

We have Society Brand's last word

: in clothing. Pay us a visit. Guaran Guarantee
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Baked beans and brown bread at
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Flaconettes perfumery put up In
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To' be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-6t



St. Margaret's Guild and the Altar
Guild of Grace Episcopal church will
hold their annual Christmas sale of
fancy work, cakes and candy on the
Ocala House porch Wednesday, Dec
14th, starting at 10 o'clock. 8-5t


(Concluded on Page Six)



Have You Ever Heard of a


ri stmas J oy -Box?



, it


CHRISTMAS J0Y-B0X can be the size of a half-
-x-pound candy box or it may be as large as the
largest wooden Dry' Goods Box you ever saw. The'
size depends on x what you are willing to put into
it. Each joy-box should have some'eandy, nuts,
cookies, fruit and other goodies a Christmas toy
or two a doll if it is for a girl or a jack knife or
top or baseball if it is for a boy a new ribbon or
two, handkerchief, stockings or a new tie, etc., if
for a boy, andf a little money for the boy or girl to
spend as they may choose. The Children's Home

Society of Florida, invites every man, woman and child and every
School, Sunday 'School, Church, Lodge, Young Peoples 'Society, Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club, Ladies Aid Society or other organizations in the state
of Florida, to get up a joy-box for every homeless orphan and needy
child in our state. We want enough individual joy -boxes lor every
one of the little ones in our three homes in Jacksonville and Pensa Pensa-cola,
cola, Pensa-cola, and then we want to ask for some larger family joy-boxes fill filled
ed filled with children's clothing of every kind, shape and size; hats, caps,
shoes, sweaters, underwear,' stockings, ribbons, .ties, handkercheifs,
etc., and any quantities of jelly, preserves, syrup, honey, meats,
staple groceries, chickens, fruits, vegetables, nuts, etc. We can use
anything that children from tiny wee babies pri. up can eat, wear or
enjoy. All joy boxes big or small should be sent to our Children's
Homes, either at 1944 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, or to our
West Florida Branch Home at Seventh Ave, and Jordan -Street,
Pensacola. We have had, over 1300 little homeless, orphan and
needy children, come under our care and attention already this year
and about four new children on an average are referred to us each
day, so you can see that we can use an endless quanity of joy-boxes
big and small. :
Just stop and think of how good it would make you feel to get
such a joy-box for Christmas and then just imagine how happy one
of our poor little homeless kiddies would feel ;
In addition to joy-boxes we have two other great needs. They are equally importan. One is
more good family homes for our homeless children. The other is more money to keep our great
Won't you make your own Christmas happy by sending us a check or money order right now be before
fore before you forget or take one of our homeless youngsters in and give it a good home or send lis or get
up a Christmas joy-box or barrel for our big family of unfortunates. Please do.
Charity" State Headquarters, 428 St James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
Judge A. H. BAKER, President. R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer
MARCUS C. FAGG, State Superintendent








e.l;nt parties have advised the city.


financial condition than Ocala."

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rubiube.i i:ery Dar Exeevt Sody by f Who are the competent parties and
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY, iwhat are the figures for the other
nf, ri (.OIn cities? That Ocala is in a better con-I
idttion than some ether towns no one
n. it. c.rroii. President jwill dispute, Jbut the assertion that

P. V. Leateaeood, Seeretary-Treaa.rer other tQWn jn tfce SQuth Js m I

ter, calls for a study of figures that
it is foolish to claim anybody has
The "document" then makes the
folic wing assertion that even the
Tyinsr. nnfrhinlrirscr nroHo cnnni; nncor

in an official report:
"Any of the above figures can be j

easily verified and the council trusts
that any one interested who may
doubt them will go to the public books
and records of the city rather than to
accept the .idle statement of the


This is one of the old gags, handed

doTm from the days of the divine
right of kings. The people mustn't

stop on the streets and talk about
their public affairs. They are likely
tt get a fool notion in their heads
that they would like to have somebody

else in office.

: Of course, Messrs. Mclver, Winer
and Thomas and their friends never
indulge in "idle statement of the
street." All their statement is "indus "industrious
trious "industrious statement." x
Finally the "document" admits it is
"A Campaign Document" in the fol following
lowing following paragraph: y
"In conclusion the council, would sug suggest
gest suggest that the citizens remember that
not all criticism is altruistic and that
they be careful that they do not ac accept
cept accept the personal feud or desire for
gain of another, for a political plat platform."
form." platform." v
Nobody has ever claimed that crit criticism
icism criticism is altruistic, tho' whatever crit criticism
icism criticism the' Star makes on public af affairs
fairs affairs comes as near being altruistic
as criticism ever gets to be. The
paper never makes often loses -money
by criticisms If it patted some
public officials on the back and never
found fault with any, it would be
richer in dollars and poorer in self self-respect.
respect. self-respect. It never' praises the class
of men that pay f;r praise. But as for
criticism, have not Messrs. Mclver,
Winer and Thomas, some or all of
them, occasionally indulged in it? We
enquire to know.

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' Nearly three months ago, the peo people
ple people living on Oklawaha avenue, raised
$315 and turned it over to the city to
buy oil, to oil that much' used street
if work on the paving did not begin
at once. The council approved the
k'.ea and ordered r. tank built for oil
at the city plant at once. It would
have been a benefit to the entire town
to have the street oiled, as a great
majority of the t-eoDle of Ocala use

the street, as well as those who live 111
flor.g it. I tt
i tt
Soon after that, Mr. John Martin,

then street superintendent, resigned 8

or was fired, as the case may be. :

Nnthinc mor wn Anri fnvcarA oilincr


"w i l i .1 v i :

uMaanaavenue. xsoimng nas Jueen
dene, so far as we know, toward lay-
ing paving. I

The Oklawaha avenuers can get!

their money back, of course. But
they would rather have the street
oiled. When will it be oiled? Not, we

opine, until we have new mon on the

As we remarked yesterday, in re regard
gard regard to the statement of city affairs
published by the. city 'council, it was
only a campaign document.
Why? t
The reason is self-evident,.. As it
says itself, the information in it had
all materialized on the first of last
October. If Messrs. Mclver, Winer
and Thomas had desired from a sense
of duty to give it to the people, they
could and would have given it two
months ago. j
Instead, they waited until three
ays before election, when if is prac practically
tically practically impossible to controvert it,
xird then they give it out as a vote
What is more than that, they have
compelled the public to pay the ex expense
pense expense of .their- campaign material.
The work was done at their direction,
by the city clerk, who is paid -by the
people of Ocala to attend to their
business, and not to compile campaign
documents foiythe benefit of any can can-.
. can-. didates or set of candidates -.
It wIH also be Remembered that
there was a year of work that came'
to an end last year, but the council
did not offer the citizens any report
of their stewardship. It wasn't elec election
tion election year.
Regarding the, report itself, it is,
to the best of our knowledge, approxi approximately
mately approximately correct. Some of the items in
it we can vouch for. We have never
impugned the integrity of Messrs. Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, Winer and Thomas. We have
simply criticised their policy1 in some

things, praised it in others, it is
simple justice to say that Ocala is

better troverned than many other!

cities. : But that is not extravagant

praise. ;- .
vAfter all, there are many sixty sixty-dollar
dollar sixty-dollar a month clerks who could have
done all Messrs, Mclver, Winer ; and
Thomas have done and done it at
much less expense to the public. They
have simply collected Ore people's
money and spent it. more wisely than
some, less wisely than others. They
liave paid off some debts but look at
the taxes. They brag that electric
light rates are lower than ( in other
Florida cities, but they do not allude
tc the fact that with all the improve improvements
ments improvements made and economy enforced the
rttes are much higher than they were
.-a few years ago. Gainesville, witha
comparatively out-of-date plant, gives
its people better electric service than
Ocala does, at the same rate. And
what is more, Gainesville has had its
present good service for years, while
Ocala has been on the ragged edge up
to afew months ago.The good in
Ocala's electric service is owing far
more to L. B. McKenzie than to "any
,The "document" says:
"The city of Ocala maintains a rest
Toom at an annual expense of $1000;
' appropriates $500 u year to the -board
of trade-for booklets; $928.86 a year
to Marion County""Hospital building
fund; 300 a year for a tourist 'camp;
$1000 a year f$r Carnegie library;
S00V a year for band concerts "Tas
there -.was r.o band organized last year
there tra no one to pay this mm to);
.$150 for parks (this has been increas increased
ed increased to ?-130 per year); employs a city
physician to inspect all dairies and
markets and to make daily inspection
of children in public schoojs."
' This is all true, tut why do Messrs,
Mclver, Winer and Thomas brag
about it? Most of these things were
done before any of them came into
office; the others provided for by the
charter thatthey practically nullify.
While thev were about it, why didn't

they also state that Ocala has a police J
force and a fire department? j
The report further says: "Compe-



It is regrettable that Dr. Henry did
not place his name on, the city regis registration
tration registration books, but there is good legal
opinion that the omission will not dis disqualify
qualify disqualify him from serving as alderman
if he receives a majority of the votes.
At any rate, he has not retired
from the racfe, and will not unless he
receives positive legal authority that
he is disqualified. Unless notice is
given to that.effect, his friends should
not fail to vote for him.
He is a citizene- the county and a
resident of the town;, and if, he re receives
ceives receives a majority of the votes it is
doubtful that any authority other
than that of the council itself can
prevent him from serving.



y Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship'. Ad

dress,, "The Tithe."

6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Sei-

mon, "Instructions to the Risen."

Cordial welcome to all.
Grace Episcopal 1
John i. Neighbour, Rector
Third Sunday in Advent
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser


7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and ad


AH invited very cordially.
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
10 a.m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol followed
lowed followed by sermon by pastor. k
Subject for morning, "Women
Meeting the Challenge of the Christ."

women, who will be sealed in a body,
seats being reserved. 5
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Subject for the evening: "The
Power, the Peril and Privilege of De Desire."
sire." Desire." This church will put on the "Every
Member Canvass" Sunday afternoon
from 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock, and every
member of this church is requested to
remain at home between these hours.
Every member is urged to 'be pres present
ent present at all these services. Welcome to
every one.
Christian Science Society
1 Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
' Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.

While Our Resources
are ample to take care of the
big business of this community,
we solicit also the accounts of
individuals, and assure each
depositor, large "or small the full
courtisies and services of this
institution. v
Munroe & Chambiss National Bank










Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
public square.

Guaranteed fresh meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of the city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 6-tf

Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and dryik all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel, inspector. 22-tf


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

Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, 52.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 15S. tf



For Rent



Bed Room


T.ivin? Rnnm Dinincr Rnnm



Aitbo' Ihe c9llection for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree for the Girls' Industrial
School 'ended Thursday, a considerable

number of friends offered money for
it Friday. To each of them' I, of
course, said all the" money asked for
had b"en slibscifibed and a goodsfleal
r?;ore. Several kept their money with

the intention of giving it to one '.or,

another of the mny good causes that
need help, but seme insisted on, my
taking their dcl'ats, saying truly that
the school" could use that much more.
These were Mrs. i William Hocker,
Miss Dorothy Lancaster, Messrs. Sam
Christian; John Dewey and H. B.
Whittington. This morning's mail
brought another dollar from Mr. J.
W. Sylvester, now living in Lakeland,
but who has never lost his interest in
Ocala.- The fund is now $130.
J. H.' B.
Messrs. M. M. Little and Carl Ray
insist on coming in. Each has been
toting a dollar for, the tree for four
days. Final total,. $132.

As" little children we used to sit or
lie in front of-the fire and picture in
fancy, fairy scenes in the hot coals
or great battles raging in the burn burning
ing burning embers." Today we gaze in the
fire, but the same fantastic images
are lost to us.
Then, our young minds pictured

j future hopes nov, pleasant memories

of the past take their place.
So it is when we ?ook at a photo-

graph cf a dear friend or relative who
I perhaps has passed out of our lives,
i It revives the old lovend recollec

tions mosf pleasant.
Your photograpn will be appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated by those who love you always.
High grade portraits in sepia-water
Color, copying and enlarging, over the
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala,
Fla. 10-6t


For 1921 Is


Harrington Hall Corner

Here you will find everything for the children's
Christinas Presents, as old Santa Claus was just a lit little
tle little more generous with the line -this season than be before.
fore. before. For the most satisfaction we advise shop early,


A varied line of parlor sets now on
display here. They are serviceable,
up-to-the-minute, and selling at very
reasonable prices. Let us show you

I the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture

Men. 30-tf


Non-Skid, S S.OO
Non-Skid, $10.00

We Specialize On

! The largest and most beautiful line
of Christinas Cards ever shown in
Ocr;!a. your selection now.
'GER1G. 6-5t

Foot Balls for the boys.
Basket Calls for the girls.
Raggcuy Annes books and dolls.
Raggedy Andies books and dolls.
Brown Bears and Books.
Tinker Toys.
Tea, Carts, Tables and Chairs -for
the little girls.
Aluminum and China Tea Sets and
Cooking Utensils for the little girls.




Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery Saturday. 9-2t

Day Phone 258. Night Phone 533
GADSONihas beautiful dolls. See
the big dolls in the window. 9-2t

4 opvv f--


Full line of the famous Gilbert
Biggest line of Children's Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Books we haveever carried.
Substantial Doll Furniture.
Endless variety of Christmas Card3.
Christmas Seals.
Tinsel Cord.
Gold and Silver Ribbon Ribbon-Beautiful
Beautiful Ribbon-Beautiful Wrapping Paper for
Christmas packages in Holly and
Poir.settia Designs.

New Goods Arriving Every Day

The Gift Shop,

Harrington Hall Coir or
Occda, Florida




Mfeiff Kit


rir A i -or
Gall Us Up
There ate three things and only
three that wear out batteries. (1)
."Miles of service (2) Months of service
(3) Neglect a?d abuse.
The way to get the most months or
the most miles or both is, of course,
to get the right battery and then take
care of it.
Well sell you the right one the
Willard Threaded Rubber Battery
and more than that, well help you
look after it-
Call us up.
Or better still come in I
Ocald Storage
Battery Company
20 North Main Street
Thil trademark, (tamped In red
oa the case, identifies the Willanl
Threaded Rubber Battery.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
Let Us Furnish
Your Holiday
Fruit Cakes
Layer Cakes'
Sponge Cakes
Jelly Rolls
Pies, Etc
Federal Bakery
Makers of the


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Yes, sirf Santa Oau3 has promised
to come V Ocala, and he wants all the
fathers and mothers, grandfathers and
grandmothers, aunts and uncles and
all the children's friends in the city i
and in all the surrounding country to
volunteer to be his helpers.
a c ri i i
Act Santa 1 Jfn haa ca maTiv ninfPS
to visit he can only spend about one
hour per day in Ocala for one week
before Christmas and he wants every
boy and girl in the city and in all the
country districts round about, to come
and see him and give him their
names and addresses and tell him
wnat tney wouia use mm xo Dnng i
tbem for Christmas.
And then"Santa wants all the boys i
and girls to come to the Christmas
tree which will be on the city lot
right back of the library, on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas eve, and he will have something
for every child who comes.
Santa asks all of the parents, rela-
tives and friends, and all lovers of
children, and all who love to see the
children happy, to help him by kindly
mailing their checks, money or money
orders to "Santa Claus," care Munroe
& Chambliss Bank, Ocala, Fla. Or
they may hand same to him in person
when they see him on the courthouse
square on next Saturday afternoon,
when he will appear for the first time
in Ocala this year. I wonder at what
hour he will come.
There is much speculation about
how the women will vote in Tuesday's
election and it may be of interest to
reproduce some resolutions unani unanimously
mously unanimously adopted by the Woman's Club
at its regular meeting March 6, 1921:
"Whereas, Ocala has been granted
a charter which provides for a city
manager; and,
"Whereas, the city government has
never Operated under said charter;
"Whereas, Other towns the size of
Ocala and many cities are adopting
this form of government and finding
it satisfactory, therefore, the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club resolves to petition the city
council to appoint a city manager and
give the plan a fair trial.
"In this connection the -Woman's
Club wishes to state that the above
resolution does not in any way ques question
tion question the ability or intentions of our
city council. It recognizes the splen splendid
did splendid service they have given to Ocala,
but also recognizes the fact that the
members are all active business men,
who cannot be expected to sacrifice
an undue amount of time for the
city's business.
"It is a fact that in times past
most expensive mistakes have been
made that are still costing the city a
great deftl of money and there is no
one the taxpayers can hold responsi responsible,
ble, responsible, but if the right sort of man
were made city manager, whose busi business
ness business was the city's business, then the
people would have a right to expect
and demand results, and he could
save the city many iimes'he amount
of his salary. v
"We especially urge the considera consideration
tion consideration of this matter now, as with the
building of our new. streets, involv involving
ing involving the expenditure cf much ironey
a prospect we" should iiave a man of
experience and efficiency whose whole
time should bi ievctci to the city's
business and whom Ih; people could
held responsible fcr r. careful and
economical and wise expenditure of
their money."
No action was reported on this
cciiimunicin,ion, to a "xOilow up com com-j
j com-j raittee, composed cf IZis. H. C. Do Do-,
, Do-, zier. resident, Mrs. Walter Hood,
Mrs. C P.. Tyd;r.-s. O. E. Green
and Mrs William Hocker, attended
the next meeting of the council and
asked for a consideration of the club's
resolution. The president of the coun council,
cil, council, with a finality that shut off dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, answerd that the council had
appointed a city manager and sug suggested
gested suggested if the ladies had no farther
business they were at liberty to re retire.
tire. retire. The -3io night, before bringing up
the subject of the charter, the mem
bers of this committee living on Okla-
waha avenue entered a protest against
ths Finley method for paving and
slated if the present bond issue was
not enough to provide for a more dur-
type of paving, they, would favor
j oiling' as a. temporary measure until
las additional bond issue could be
! voted. This was some time before
the bids showed that a good concrete
paving could be had for little more
than the-Finley method.
It's not our purpose to reopen the
paving question, but every one is fa familiar
miliar familiar with all the discussions and
disclosures that followed, and it oc occurred
curred occurred to usHhat if the city has a
manager, as we were so solemnly as assured,
sured, assured, and if we are functioning under
our charter, as we were supposed to
infer, wouldn't the city manager have
taken some position and had some something
thing something to say in a matter of so great

importance and such general interest

as the paving of thestreets ? I
The Woman's Club is not a political j
organization, and its policy has been j
to asures rather thanj
men. It has a membership of some
2QQ and a3 of them arfi alsJ j
prominent members of other women's j
organizations, its action may be said
to, be representative of the women in-
'terested or taking part in public af-i
fairs, and whenever the subject has j
come up for discussion the women j
have enthusiastically expressed them- j
selves in favor of giving the present
charter a fair trial.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am-1
erican Legion held its regular month-
ly business meeting on Wednesday
i night. j
j An interesting report was made by :
the committee in charge of the lunch,
room at the fair grounds. Over $200
was Tfa7fft nn that ventiiTP tb
amount going tfce hospi ;
tal. j
This being the annual meeting for
the election of officers for the ensuing
year, the following were unanimously
elected: President, Mrs. R. L. Ander-'
sen Sr., vice president, Mrs. J. W.
Dumas, secretary, Mrs. C. W. More-;
men, treasurer, Mrs. R. Lv Anderson
Jr. i
After the business session a social
half hour was enjoyed, during which
refreshments were served.
Calvary, Dec. 10. Mrs. D. A. Fort
has gone to Tampa to be operated on
for appendicitis. i
' Quite a jolly crowd went out from 11
town orie night last week to the cane
grinding, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :
J. W. Morrison. Those in the party
were Miss Polly Smith, Miss Rena!
Smith, Miss Cora Myers, Mr. Dupree,
Mr. Wilson, Mr. Kelly and two other,

young men whose names we do not Sivul more inan rorty years ln tnor"
romember. They had 'a nice time. j seasoned birch board. five-
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl and chil-1 SJ' ?tChI?,fk-!?
, ., ... ,,at ML Pleasant. Iowa. The owner of

aren were guests oi air. ana mrs. J
W. Morison one evening last week.
Mr. Buhl, who has been sick for so
leng, is looking well again.
To Whom It May. Concern: This is
to certify that I have this day placed
in the city pound the following de described
scribed described animal, which has been
found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city, of jOc.Ua,
contrary to the ordinances of said
city: One Jersey bull, no marks. t
The owners thereof, or their
agents, and all whom it may concern,
are hereby notified that if the animal
i-? hot claimed and all expenses o
taking and impounding thereof are
not paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 13th day of
December, 1921, 1 will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. It
Best rr.'jals in the city fcr 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
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
The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Vtrra Suffered Wi& Ac&et J
and Pains Ur;ldi Mother Began
QWs" Her Carchi.
1 Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alice
Hushett residing on Route, 2, near
nere, recently tcld a visitor of ter
interesting experience with CarduL
Miss Hunett said: 'T had been suf suffering
fering suffering fcr some time with painful .
I wr.s pale, d'dn't feel Ii!:e goiET.
vVoull jst dsr rnund, arvi cou'.fn't
- v-ad. ::- ?;. : v.-- -
I tiiiii't know w'aat to do, Lut I kc".
I izt i ?or:sihInx:. for I Clt
c-'.l by Icttirit : ,'
p,4. 1 .; ,-vr rti r.' i
:cr"she 't it j
veil as :t e::e ui.
It to in ;
"If u- lr,-: bef-e I s.--- t
--hange, !t ys: .. i I '' ;
t regulatt : e- 1 L-c o ' :. f
;leep, and the pain stop,
"Cardui is witbout tioubt t:: h?" S
euiale tonic mace, and. I asi glad i
zzh recommend It to others." j
If suffering with symptoms such a; :
Mls3 Kughett mentions, or other ail
ments peculiar to women, why not be be-Sin
Sin be-Sin Cardai at once? Its merit is well
established by successful use for more (
than 40 years. I
try Cardui!
Tour druggist sells 1L

. ...... i


Human and Relics of Roman
G. ,i Found in France, Aimcst
Perfectly Preserved.
to lli:::
!! lit tl
of Tl,.
it wt ;
.;ru '.
n il
sipht. :
ill Jullien. a member of the
actifiemy. retMitlv snbmiuwl
!mI.v a spjtatii".nal report n
::sHical findings in the ni!i ni!i-'
' ni!i-' of Clermont-1-Vrruri'l'
VpMtnieiH of I'uy-lt-I"ne. Jl.
.nbeasi of l'aris). whicii.
. I'iir .'4 to li-lit t!ie w..o!e i1;t:'
" :t si'.ill- of !!:
: ::;;:: fi Jaul. In t'lf CailN-.
' !: Vi :r !r,e TtHinle wh1'
- with a ;iek on a jni T"
n vn!i-thin?; Itant, whwl-
' l:i She litl of a I;iilo-Uoi;::!'
;!;us. Ujmki lifiit. i he lid i !'.'
oiidrously besutiful womnn
.'! sit v:.s frfertly preservwl n
- ''.itx of her 1.-Hih, eljr'teii
. uo. Also the tresses of
:!r stvnifil as If unafftH-itNl.
!i!.!rs. however, had only a
njoyment of this astoun'!nv
::s under the action of the sol-
li e wo;n:inn hodv in a few tn-.t
::i'nt Truinl.Ied mt dust, so that ail
that remained was a skeleton wrapped
in a 'li-es. Further searching ami
exca virions yielded five more equally
well-preserved tombs, in which object
of the srreatet archeologlcal Interest
were r.Mind. such as coins, vases, pot pottery,
tery, pottery, baskets, toilet articles, women's
garments, shoes, and even fruits, bare barely
ly barely shriveled up. and a box-tree twig
still perfectly green.
The savants who examined these
Gallo-Itoraan find'ngs are convinced
that the miracle of the preservation of
the corpses through eighteen centuries
was due to the neighboring springs,
from which escaped carbonic acid gas,
which, being heavier than the air. dis displaced
placed displaced the air from the coffins, and
' preserved' the bodies, perfectly fresh,
for l.K) years. The scientific experts
declared that never before have been
found bodiesf and objects from that
period in such perfect preservation.
Remarkable Insect Longevity.
Insect longevity records appear to
have been broken by the finding of a
sft white wood-boring grub that had
the eld book-case discovered a newly newly-made
made newly-made opening and a conical pile of
wood chewings, extracted the matured
larva, and gave it to II. E. Jaques of
the Iowa Wesleyan college.
Beiag a blologisL Mr. Jaques put It
In a box and let it develop Into an adult
beetle. It proved to be Eburia quadrl quadrl-geminate
geminate quadrl-geminate Say, a longlcorn commonly
known as the honey-locust borer,
whicli is recorded as an inhabitant of
hickory, ash and honey locust.
In a communication to Science, the
official journal of the American Asso Association
ciation Association for the Advancement of Scl Scl-ence,'
ence,' Scl-ence,' Mr. Jaques wonders how and
why this Insect should have spent so
many humdrum years In a board with without
out without coming out for air and water.
Previous records show that two sim similar
ilar similar beetles were found In an ash door door-sill,
sill, door-sill, when scientists were sure that
the esrs were laid there nineteen years
Wild 'Animals Being Wiped OuL
Seals have recently appeared off the
English coast, in the vicinity of, the
Wash, and they are to be killed off.
This has raised a protest from those
who argue thaLby refusing to protect
certain animals, the English ore grad gradually
ually gradually causing them to become extinct.
East African lions are regarded as
vermin, and are killed as such. Pro Protection
tection Protection has been withdrawn from the
small herd of elephants In the Addo
hush. South Africa. It has been de decreed
creed decreed that sea lions on the Pacific
coast of America are to he extermi exterminated.
nated. exterminated. The wild cat, once common ln
the north cf England, Is now only
found in the Grampians; it will soon
be an extinct species, with Its skel skeleton
eton skeleton in a museum.
If we could take a peep into the fu future
ture future we should probably find aston-
Ishlng changes In the animal world
will V- t be a mse of the survival
fittest, but the survival of the
most domesticated. The wise beast
who proves that he canbe useful to
us will live but. alas for the rest!
They will join the dodo' and the Ich Ich-thyosn
thyosn Ich-thyosn urus Brooklyn Eagle.
Chilly Atmosphere.
As .'In Dibbles strolled Into break breakfast
fast breakfast r:;d sat down at the table Mrs.
Rihhirs' manner was positively glacial.
After the meal had proceeded a few
moments, without a word being spoken!
Mr. BIbbles glanren furtively at wife
of his bosom and then placed his cof coffee
fee coffee as -far away from her as he could
"Well, what are yon doing that for?
a.-ked Mrs. nibMe. sharply.
"I hist din't 'rsnt yoxi to rh'll my
ahem matutinal 'np. my love, he he-fore
fore he-fore I o!i!d driuic if." KInn Ingham
Too Much Publ c ty.
A r?rl c!'-rk in t!;e p--t'!lfp nt Pon Pontine',
tine', Pontine', Mich., whs nn;'h err)b.irr.i th-?
other niorTfinc: when her nttent ws
called to a s'en hanins above the win window
dow window where he works. It rend: "Take
home a kiss. It's sure to please." It
was discovered the s!;m had been re removed
moved removed from a confectionery store by
ome Joker. Detroit News.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
I Flaconettes nerfumerv. all
phone 284. Court Pharmacy.


Ocala Lodge No. 19, K. of P., has j
one of the finest, f not the very finest, j
degree teams in the state, so when the j
Leesburg lodge had a big class of I
esquires ready to receive the accolade, j
it was perfectly logical for it to in invite
vite invite a cavalcade of Ocala knights over
to conduct the ceremony.
Not with prancing steeds and jingl jingling
ing jingling spurs, but on rubber tires incited

by gasoline, the latter day knights how to handle a car. This scribe
sallied forth to Leesburg on the eve-1 never rode any faster in an auto 'than
ning of the 8th. They arrived in time j cn some of the miles going into Lees Lees-for
for Lees-for the opening of the local lodge, over j burg.
which C. C A. N, Stivender presided.!
J. F. Stunkle was at the secretary's KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

desk and every Ocala knight was well
pleased to see old Frank Wetherbee
in the vice chancellor's chair. The
regular business was soon disposed of,
and then the floor was cleared for the
The rules of the order, of course,
prevent the reporter from describing
the ceremony, but it is permissible' to
say that the work of the team was
carried out in a fine and often dra dramatic
matic dramatic manner. The performance was
deeply interesting and impressive
even to those who had often seen it
The Leesburg brethren to be knight knighted
ed knighted were H. L. Hunt, M. H. Entz, Bert
Davis, O. B. Truesdale and Burwell
Bell, and they underwent the ordeal
with courage and faith.
After the ceremony, the Leesburg Leesburg-ers
ers Leesburg-ers took the visitors to a neat little
restaurant where first their "picters
were struck" and then they were for
tified with a substantial supper for
their return to Ocala.
The Ocala knights who made the
trip were Melin, Hendrix, Stroud,
Tompkins Gilmore, Howell, Weaver,
Todd, Burgess, Weathersbee", Parker,
Terrell, Curry, Spencer, Sage, Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, Rilea, Stafford, Forbes, Baxter,
Dunn, Howell, Akin, Smith, Mixon,

For Women Only?

Will the Righteous Judge consider
the flimsy plea that you do not go
to church because church is wom woman's
an's woman's sphere?
Christianity demands the best en energies
ergies energies of red-blooded men. It is a
jnan's-sized job to fight himself and
keep true to his highest ideals.
Churcn-going helps.
Select sonic church and let it help

ycu a;;J you help it. If none other has a claim upon

cone here Sunday.
Choose you this
uc t- ill

Cor. Watula and Fort King Ave.

When You

You know that you are getting a product thatis made of
the best materials to be had, and no adulterants are used.
Why not get your Xmas candy supply fresh? We make it
every day. Come in and look over our line.
J. H. REEDER, Prop.

Negotiable Storage
i.:vr. stock,

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Stafford and Colbert, nearly all cf

whom are members of the team.
-The reporter made the trip in Wal-
ter Pedrick's big Buick, on the front
seat, alongside Sir Knight Grover
Stafford. Mr. Pedrick could not g
himself, but put his fine car at the
disposal of the lodge. Except for the
fow miles around Lake Weir it was a
pleasant ride, especially between
Weirsdale and Leeslurg and Bellevlew
and Ocala. Knight Stafford is a Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county boy, knows the country and
At the meeting of the Ocala Com-
i xt- ia v t T7: i : v
the following officers were elected for
the new year: A. L. Lucas, eminent
commander; A. C. Blowers, generalis
simo; W. T. Gary, captain general;
B. C. Webb, prelate; C. E. Simmons,
treasurer; B. L. Adams, recorder; V.
H. Shaw, senior warden; Peter Burk-.
hart, junior warden.
There was an unusually large at attendance
tendance attendance and some distinguished vis visitors
itors visitors at this meeting. It was the oc occasion
casion occasion of a visitation by Eminent Sire
F L. Wirt, and Inspector-A. H. Bland Bland-ing,
ing, Bland-ing, both of Bartow, and the Grand
Commandery of Florida, who were
well pleased with the lodge and its
work. The degree of knighthood was
bestowed on Leon Mason.
The instructive evening was pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly closed by an elegant supper,
served in their usual efficient and
hospitable manner by the members of
the Eastern Star.
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
Jay uhom ye u-j'3 serve
sms the Lord
Use Oar

im dl y

2 A It

ReeipU Isaaed on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

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rTop!'?'i reckon 1 can't. Tnere's too
many darned things a-puzzlln me.
One of 'em is where In Sam Hill did
Charley Bullerton get alJ the money
that he' flashin around so peacockyr
"1 don't know where he got it, but
he has it, all right; carries it with
him," I said sourly.
"Yes; but see here, Stannie, son,
Til bet n fice dog worth a hundred dol dollars
lars dollars that it ain't his money."
"Wha t makes you say that 7
"Well, for one thing, because I know
Charley Bullerton ; been knowin' him
since Adam was a little boy In knee knee-breeches,
breeches, knee-breeches, lie can't keep any money
of his own; just naturally ain't built
"Gambles it?" I suggested.
"Big gambles, yes; stocks and that
sort o' truck. No sir-ee; these yeller yeller-backs
backs yeller-backs hu's a-flashln around ain't hls'n,
not by a long chalk, and I'd bet, on It
Somebody else is settin em up ; and
If that's so, Stannie, there's a reason
for It.
"Sure," I conceded. Then : ; "Could
fou make a long, high; running jump
find guess at the reason. Daddy?"
"Not so s it'd hold together, I
reckon," he replied dubiously. "But
there's a few little notions 'at I've
picked up from folks that's older in
this neck o' woods than I am been
here longer. The old Cinnabar never
,was what you'd call a'bonanza. Plen Plenty
ty Plenty of ore, to be sure, but mostly low

grade, 'ceptlng them rich little pockets
now and then.
"Those rich pockets," I put in. "A
strike of one of them would be about
. the right time to sell, wouldn't It?"
He nodded.
"You're shoutin. now. I reckon
that's about how they caught your
gran'paw. But Buddy Fuller he's tlie
'Tropia telegraph operator and a sort
. o half-way nephew o' mine says
there's more to it than that. 'Long
back couple o' years 'r so there was
a copper strike made in Little Cinnabar

gulch, about four mile west o' here,
and' follerin' It there was a heap ,0'
talk about the railroad runnin' a
branch to it. That there branch, if it
was'buUt 'r when It's built, for it's
goin' to be, some day, to open them
copper mines--that there branch '11 go
right allong our bench within a hun hundred
dred hundred yards of the old Cinnabar ; st
close you could mighty near dump
from the ore sheds into the cars.
I began to see ,more crooklngs In
the sacrificial road over which Grand Grand--
- Grand-- father Jasper had been led; (man;
more and more devious ones.
j ,"In that case, even the low-grade
(Cinnabar wuld come a bit nearer be be-'ing
'ing be-'ing a bonanza, wouldn't It?" I asked.
"She sure would, Stannie. That
long, hard wagon haul to Tropia was

what was puttin' the cuss in the cost
o' handlin'."
'-' "And wifh the railroad right at the
door, so to speak, it might even pay to
- recapitalize at three-quarters of a mil million
lion million and drive that long drainage tun tun-.
. tun-. nel we have been figuring on?"
"Somethin' like that ; yes. Can you
see any furder into the millstone? Til
say I've got about to the end of 'my
squintin'.' V
I refilled my pipe and did a bit of
cogitating. Supposing I had been the

boss figurer in the bunch that did
Grandfather Jasper the honor to bilk
him ; as conscienceless as that pirate,
whoever he was, and in the secret of
the conditions as Daddy had just out outlined
lined outlined them, what would I have done?"
The answer came as pat as ''you
please. With a railroad in prospect
which would turn a small profit into
a big one, I should quite probably
have shut the mine down to wait until
I could hear the whistle of the locoiuo locoiuo-'
' locoiuo-' tive. ;
This conclusion led promptly and
logically, to another. Supposing, at the
moment when I had decided upon r. t
shut-down, some doddering old ;
man had come along and off
buy the mine? Add, as a coio
the supposition that the water pro'uiexU
was daily growing more insistent, with
the ultimate threat of flood. As an or ordinary,
dinary, ordinary, garden-variety mining shark,
. what would I have done?
That answer came pat, also. I
should have taken the old gentleman's
money, trusting to the rising flood to
make him sick of his bargain in -due
course of time and thus wUling to sell
out for anything he could get.
"I believe I have it doped out," I
told Daddy at the end of the cogitating
pause; and then I passed the infer inferences
ences inferences along to him. The Immediate
effect was to evoke a couple of his
quaint substitutes for profanity.
"Jehoiachim-to-breakf ast !" he ex exclaimed;
claimed; exclaimed; "Til be ding-swlzzled if I
dont believe you've struck the true
lead, Stannie, my son! If you have,
here's what rollers: Charley Buller Buller-ton's
ton's Buller-ton's here to do the dickerin' for that
same old high-bindin' Cinnabar outfit
that did your gran'paw up. They sold
for half a million 'r so and now they're
wlllln to buy back for thirty or forty
r fifty thousand. By Jezebel I just
, knew that slick-tongued rooster was
trytn' to work some skin game P
"Yet he is going to marry your
daughter," I put in grimly. ;
At this the old man turned gloomy gloomy-serious
serious gloomy-serious in the batting of an eye, draw drawing
ing drawing his mouth down at the corner and
sucking hard at the pipe which had
long since burned out.
"That's been a-pinehln me like a
' tight boot, Stannie," he admitted. "If
you'd ast me afore he come, I'd 'a
told you she hadn't a morsel o' use
for that con-dummed blowhard. But
just you look at the way things are
stackln tip now He's snoopin' 'round
her mighty near all the whole time
and she hain't never once give me the
Wink .to Send him a.kltin'. Hlr I'm

He told me to look. I had been look looking
ing looking until my eyes ached. The indi indications
cations indications were all one way. tons of
them ; with only one little Impulsive
kiss to pnt in the other pan of the
scale. I didn't tell Daddy about the
kiss ; but I did tell him that Jeanle
had told .me not to sell the'Cinnabar.
"So?" he commented, livening up a
little. "That brings on more talk.
'Reckon you can make out to hang onto
the old cow's tail for a spell longer?
, I took time to consider my answer.
"I've been wondering If, all things

given their due footing, it were worth
while to hang on, Daddy. As matters
stand now, Bullerton is stuck unless
I sell out to him If I should take my
foot in my hand and walk out, he'd
be left up in the air. But. on the oth other
er other hand, there's Jeanie. If she's go going
ing going to marry Bullerton, why, that's a
horse of another color. I'm not enough
of a dog-in-the-manger to bite her nose
off to spite Bullerton's face.
"Um," was the grunted response.
Then, with a side swipe that I wasn't
looking for : "Charley Bullerton's been
hintin "round that you're tied up with
a girl back East. Is that so?- or is it
on'y another one o his frilly lies?"
I laughed.
"I wish I knew. Daddy ; Td sure tell
you if I would anybody. We were
really engaged the back-East girl and
I; but I don't think we are now, and
I don't think she thinks so. Anyway,
she called it all off when we found out
or thought we found out that my
grandfather hadn't left me anything
in his will. She's like Jeanie says she
Is, you know : she's got to marry

"Jus' so," he said, with a rather

grim glint In the mild blue. eyes. "All

the same, if you had the old Cinnabar

in slap-up workln' order, I reckon you'll
have to go back yonder and marry
her, wouldn't ye?"
"I'd be in honor bound to offer to.
anyway." :
"That don't sound much like you 'was
carin a whole lot for her." he ob objected
jected objected gravely. u

I despaired; In advance of making
him understand the lack of sentiment
in the case, or the viewpoint from
which any such condition could be con considered
sidered considered as a human possibility. He

was much too simple-hearted. So 1 1
got rid of the Lisette obstacle, or got
around it. as best I could.
. "She has been free for several weeks
now; In all probability she Is wearing
some other fellow's ring by'this time
But about ..the Cinnabar: assuming
that my string' of guesses Is hitched
up to the true state of affairs, wlur
would you advise me to do? Shall
I hang on with no prospect, that 1
can see, of getting anywhere on mj
own hook? Or shall I sell out to Bul Bullerton
lerton Bullerton and thus let your daughter In
for a wife's share of a possible fpr fpr-tune?"
tune?" fpr-tune?"
"Gosh-all-hemloek !" he sputtered,
"when you line it up that-away, I
reckon I ain't the man to tell you what
to do!" Then, as upon a second and
belated thought: "Jeanie says for you
not to sell; if she said that to me, I'd
hang on till the rows come home. I
would so !" v
' I got up and knocked the ashes from
my pipe.
"And that. Daddy, is precisely what
Tm going to do," I said ; and the say saying
ing saying of it ended th conference in the
abandoned tunnel of the "Little Jean Jeanie."
ie." Jeanie."


The Book ,-fShop Surpasses Even Its
Former Seasons in Gifts For


bon-bon dishes, spoon trays and water ; lacquer boxes and sandwich tray 3, T".
sets. J nut sets, Japanese hand embroidered I H

ine cnina gooas department nas linen tea ciotns and console runners.

among the dozens of other items 100- j OSce supplies of every description

piece open dinner sets, breakfast i are always to be found here, and it j

A shopping trip through the various !sets plates cLeese and cracker j has been remarked by out of town:
departments of The Book Shon will he sets' chocolate sets, celery sets, sand- j people that The Book Shop is superior

a revelation to every one, this year's wich trays, lemonade sets, Cloisenne

vases, punch sets, chop dishes, crack

er jars, berry sets, nappies and bon bonbon
bon bonbon holders.

supplies of everything for the holiday
season are larger than ever, and the
varied lines make it possible for al almost
most almost anyone to make their entire

Christmas selections -right there.

All the new Victrola records for

December are in, and among them men 8 "atcues, lavaliers, lockets with
will be found selections of the most chain, pearls, Richelieu and La

to stores of its kind in many of the!
larger cities, on account of the com-
plete line carried. In this depart-i
ment may be found Remington port-!

In the jewelry cases are sterling aWe typewriters, Corona typewriters,

silver and plated card cases, mesh Globe-Wernicke filing cabinets, De-;

hntrs. hrooches. wrist wntrhs. c-ontlA-1 Luxe loose-leaf devices and blank U

books, typewriter ribbons and carbon i

papers, moard and box files, waste
paper baskets, printing sets, stamp stamping
ing stamping outfits and desk calendars, daily

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Tausca, cigarette cases, baby pins.

curved handle spoons, forks, knives

1 1

and cups in sterling silver for the reminders and desk drawer trays,
babies, lingerie clasps, tie clasps, stick stationery racks and wire letter bas bas-pins,
pins, bas-pins, cuff links, lings (attractive se-;kets, day-by-day diaries and type-

Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

popular music Dancing Rastus,
Fighting Roosters and Boxers for use
on the Victrcla are fun-making novel novelties
ties novelties that attract much attention.

In the stationery department, be besides
sides besides Parker fountain pens, Water Waterman
man Waterman fountain pens, Pal pencils in
gold filled, sterling silver and silver
plated and Pal Juniors for the chil children,
dren, children, are found gift boxes in all col colors,
ors, colors, Whiting bond, Crane's line,
Eaton's Highland Linen correspond correspondence
ence correspondence cards in all shanea and colors.

an entirely new line of tally cards and ladles, after-dinner and coffee spoons, j tags, sealing wax, gummed labels, (Eastern Standard Time)

lections), Florida souvenirs in ster- i
ling silver and enamel top pins; Or Orleans
leans Orleans and Courtland pattern salad,1
ice creami oyster, lettuce, lemon,
olive, cold meat, berry arid sardine

iotks; tomato servers, steax r sets,

writer tablets, filing envelopes and

folders, pin trays, ink wells, sponge
cups, collection wallets., check pro protectors;
tectors; protectors; Davis, Stafford, Carter and

Arrival and departure of passenger

Waterman's inks in pints and quarts, at QCALA UNION STATION.
Hunt, Esterbrook and Spencerian 1 fonawinf .Wnle figures cub-

bird sets, dinner knives and forks, Dixon and Mikado pencils; Den- j h d as informatjon and not guar-

serving and bouillon spoons, cream 1 nison s meiai tnmmea tags, snipping anteed.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

bridge pads in attractive covers, chil

dren's party invitations and party
boxes, and a complete line of chil children's
dren's children's stationery. Also Dennison's
party plates, napkins, ramekins and
party favors.
In the leather goods line will be
found black and tan portfolios, brief
cases, bill folders, coin purses, ladies'
bags, music cases, manicure sets in

I leather cases, leather sewing cases,

Indian .bags, scissors and whisk I

brooms in leather cases, and a com complete
plete complete line of photo albums.
In the cut' glass cases are reflec-

tea bells, tea balls, buter spreaders, j passe-partout taps and crepe papers j SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

rnnfpr Mco tta ei-t 5nnf?wirVi fravs in COiOrS.

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card trays, mayonnaise and almond 1

1 Leave Arrive

All the popular priced new books 2:20 am JacksonvilIe-NYork 2:10 rjn

sets, bon-bon dishes, lemon dishes and by -standard authors, new standard -1:55 pm Jacksonville JP
fcrks. fiction in gift edition; complete line 4:17 Pm pT F
A great display cf ivory goods, Jf Ndf n' BteJ and ,0xford Bibe 1 2:15 am Manatee-St Petxsbrg 4:05 m
such as brushes, combs and mirrors, als and Testaments; also fulj:2:55am Vork-St Petrsbrg l:S5am
. . v lme of Century music, mandolins and '.io am lampa m
military brusnes, buffers (extra), cold ..m .'mota .;50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

cream jars, curling irons, hair receiv- -,4:05 pm Tampa-St Fetrsbrg 4:05 pm

rs and puff boxes, baby sets and rat rattlers.
tlers. rattlers. An immense line of novelties in

work baskets, framed parchment pic pictures
tures pictures and poems, porch baskets and

vases, flower containers of every de

2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 i-ia

1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm

; i '6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
j Pompano, Spanish mackerel and,2;33am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
'blue fish received today at the City! 3:24pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25pm

tors, bud and large vases, gold banded Iscnptiov Japanese baskets and floor i Market. Phone 158. 5-3t :iuam .JJgJJ:, 1U0Zjsa
tea glasses, water glasses, parfait iamps table and piano lamps, lamp J : ; ; 3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25
glasses, sherbets, cheese and cracker ehaa .ta ctaria Kv or. ; There's no extra chars-e for clean- 10:15 rm Leesburg 6:42 am

sets, candlesticks, large bowls. nap-ibook racks. mahoiany clocks, travs ir. vour fish t the Citv Fish MarV t .1 t:4!P.mJ. A" J Rm

Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

Come in and look over our holiday eaTe

lines. ztd-wlt



pies, cream pitchers, candy jards,


book racks, mahogany clocks, trays icg your fish at the City Fish MarV -t.
and candlesticks, Japanese clocks, Phone 158. tl

(Continued Monday)


' Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
nigs, chickens, etc. For plants and
tarticualrs see F. W, Ditto, Ocala,
ila. 17-tf


Notice is hereby given that under
and ty virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered In and by the circuit
court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit or
the state of Florida, in and for Marion
county, in chancery, on the twenty twenty-flrst
flrst twenty-flrst day of November. A. D. 1921, in
that certain cause pending tn said
court wherein R. 6. Rogers Is complain complainant
ant complainant and Anna B. Taylor and Herbert
Taylor are defendants, the undersigned
therein appointed special master In
chancery to execute the provisions of
said decree, will, on
Monday, the 2nd day of January, A. D.
in front of the south door of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county court house, in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, between the hours of eleven o'clock
a. an. and two o'clock p. m., offer for
sale at prublic outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following real
estate lying andt being in the county
of Marion, state of Florida, to-wit:
The southeast quarter of the south southwest
west southwest quarter of the southeast quarter
of section four (4) township fifteen.
(15) south, range twenty-two (22)
east: also the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter of section nine (9)
township fifteen (15) south, range
twenty-two (22) east; also the north northwest
west northwest quarter of southeast quarter of
southwest quarter of -.section four (4)
township fifteen (15) south, range
twenty-two (22) east; also the west
half of the southwest quarter of south southeast
east southeast quarter of southwest quarter of
section four (4)" township fifteen (15)
south, range twenty-two (22) east All
of said lands lying and being in the
county of Marion and state of Florida.
Special Master in Chancery.
Complainant's Solicitor. 12-3-5t-Sat

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for
Marion County, In Chancery.
Phllmore Nichols, Complainant, vs.
Mary Lee Nichols, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: Mary Iee Nichols,
be and she is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 2nd day of January, 1922.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this 'order be published once arweek
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 4th dav of November, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. LAXC ASTER JR.,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County,
Florida. Bv Frances Tarver, D. C
Complainant's Solicitor. ll-5-8t-Sat


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Ft. King Ave. & S. Magnolia St.

Ocala, Florida


- Having purchased the stock and fixtures of the Allemand
Jeuelery Store in the Harrington Hall Block, I take this me method
thod method of cnncnncing that I trill endeavor to maintain the high
standard ichich has prevailed in this establishment in the past.
Eesxdes earring a complete line of Jeivelery ar.d its kindred
lines, I shall maintain an up-to-date repair department ivith
competent help. My holiday announcement mill appear in a
fem days. Soliciting a share of the patronage of the people
of this section end assuring all that they tcillget a square deal
in every transaction, I am
Yours for husisness
Ocala, Florida


I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. -HI. WILSON, Ocala, Florida


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Christmas gift? Photograph
carry the personal feeling that ca
ready-made gift can ever conrej.
A dozen "personality portrait
x luxuriously enclosed in Ultrmfz&
Folders will solve at once a daoea
perplexing gift problems.
Arrange for an appointment tiil
: week.


The Mysteries

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Minneapolis Entrusts Entire Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Control to Veterans, With
George Leach as Mayor.

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With the service men of the United

States unwillingly beginning to be

lieve that the peo people
ple people thereof have
entirely forgotten
them, the city of
Minneapolis is a
flourishing oasis
in the alleged des desert
ert desert of dried-up
memory. The citi citizens
zens citizens have en

trusted their com

plete city govern government
ment government to the young

World war vet-

art us and are liking the experiment.

Heading the municipal machinery

la Alayor George E. Leach, who never
fcad taken part in politics until after
ie had commanded the One Hundred
lud Fifty-first Field artillery of the
forty-second division. His city attor

ney Is Neil M. Cranin, who had a com company
pany company of Infantry in the One Hundred
and Fiftieth regiment. Eightieth divi division.
sion. division. A. C. Jensen, his chief of po police,
lice, police, commanded a battalion in a
depot brigade. The mayor's secre secretary
tary secretary Is Frank R. Cullen, who led a
platoon of engineers. t
Mayor Leach was elected after a
bitter contest, a fight in which his sup supporters
porters supporters declared disloyalists and luke lukewarm
warm lukewarm Americans lined up solidly
against him. His platform was straight
Americanism and straight business.
Bringing home his artillerymen of
the Rainbow division after the armis armistice,
tice, armistice, Mr. Leach made a successful at attempt
tempt attempt to get every man af them a Job.
He and his staff are members of the
American Legion In posts In Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis and vicinity.


Ciynhu 1S2I. Western Newspaper Cdjos. j

I v as not his Molly. 'John tVattyj
j realized that., as, attired in a stiff hirt,j
J which, -ave him a sensation of im-l
i-miiii- asphyxia, uiid a suit' of eve- j

uug .., uies which made him f ee t j
li;e a ait. r, he tixi moodilv be-i

tL'- lor and watched his fiancee

moving ann;r her guests. t

He h.-i returned from the West af

ter a t.ree-jears absence. He bad
gone t make his fortune in the .nd Molly had said she would

oe true to him. He had made the for for-tun.
tun. for-tun. aT Molly had been true, but

. Well, this was not the simple.

pretty country girl whom he had left

tnree years before.

mere was incense in the air, and

flatty uiietl the incense, of whole wholesome
some wholesome oxygen. There were three poets

present. John did not mind poets,
but these had long, greasy hair and
dirty finger nails. And he positively

loatneu uie black man In the turban.

w no: was holding forth a rapt audi

ence Molly Included upon the mys

teries r r Yoga.

"To attain the infinite?- he was say

;rg with., a supercilious smile. "It is

easy, h: dies.. Concentrate! Concen

trate, and repeat without cessation
the msric syllable 'Om.' Then breathe
In lightly through the left nostril, con-

'entn.te all feelings In the center of

.he spine, and exhale through the al alternate
ternate alternate nostril, meanwhile repeating

me rmuie syllable "Om'"

After that came a lecture upon eso esoteric
teric esoteric Tiiddhism, as set forth by the

reat ster and sae Pa tan jail, several

nunare-i centuries before Molly had

opened her pretty eves In Rinham.

Marino Corps Fellow Travels From
San Francisco to New York
j Carrying 51-Pouod Pack.
After facing death from thirst on
the great American desert. ing mis

taken for a bandit
and looked upon
with : suspicion in
the. communities
wher the marine

unlfc t m never had
been seen. Charles
E. Gilbert, United
States marine
corps, arrived In
New York re re-cently,
cently, re-cently, hale,
hearty and tired.
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fened from his station at San ran ran-clsco
clsco ran-clsco to a new post at New Tork, Pri Private
vate Private Gilbert sought permission to hike
the distance. He was given a fur furlough
lough furlough and sent upon his way. He car carried
ried carried a 51-pound. pack during the en entire
tire entire trip. :
Between marches the marine found

shelter and food from American Le-

gin posts along the way, and when he

reached St. Paul, his home, St. Paul
Post, No. 8, turned out to jrreet him.
The distance of 4,000 miles hiking
was covered In little more than a
month. He made the 2.200-mlle walk
from San Francisco to St. Paul in 12
days actual time.- Automobillsts along
the way materially helped the marcher
by frequent and long "lifts."

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The Blake Studio
Over Helvenston's
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"N the heart of the city, with

emming Park for a front

yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining:
room service is second to none.




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Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

Peter Masterson of New York's "Fin "Finest,"
est," "Finest," Commands an Organization
of 1,200 Members.
Twelve hundred members of the
"fines nnlfce force in the world" who

saw service in the
World war, have
banded them themselves
selves themselves together in
the General 4 La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Police
post of the Amer American
ican American Legion, New
York city. Peter
J. Masterson. a
lieutenant of po police,
lice, police, commands
the organization.
The New York

force losr S02 traffic coppers, plain
and fancy' patrolmen, detectives, desk
sergeants and police officers, when
America sent out her general alarm
for the roundup of Germany. Ten per
cent of these men received commis commissions
sions commissions in the army and navy, and 50
per cent of them won promotion, both
In the ranks and among the shoulder
straps. Nineteen bluecoats were
awarded the Croix de Guerre for gal gallantry
lantry gallantry in action, and the same number,
were killed In battle. The police post
1-nrled the 19 dead with military and
police honors.
The soldier-policemen have their
own summer resort, maintained by
the post, at Broad Channel, Long Is Island,
land, Island, where they may spend their an annual
nual annual vacations. They will form an
auxiliary to their post this fall, as
most 7f the force are married.

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mm iimiw' in iii iwfci iMitoBrtrti Is iuu

ion, N. Y.

Aaer the guests had gone John
Beatty stood facing Molly alone. He
was si:k at heart and angry words

rose to his lips.

Don t you see, Molly; this isn't

real? he was saying. "It Isn't whole

some. That black man
"You mean Mr. Ramsammy Chun
;ra Gheer Inquired Molly, with omin
txis calm.

"1 do." said Beatty. "I don't like to

ee you mixed up with a crowd of

rakers like those, dear."

"1 have changed, John," answered
Molly. "I have found myself. And

you haven't changed. You have lost

yourself in the whirl of worldly Inter

ests, it Isn't any use, John. We

could never be happy together,

want tp live in the soul tohave my

iirnuai ireeaom. we could never be

happy together.'

lou want to break our engage

ment?" asked Beatty coldly. i
She put out her hands.
John grasped her In his arms.
"God bless you, Molly," he -said

iiui u isn't any use. Only If you

grow tired If you want me at any

tlme, anywhere, you'll let me know.

won't you?"
Then he was gone.

Her thoughts went back to those

first days when she had come to New

York. She had met John in a com

monplace Doarding house. And yet

those had been days of perfect happf-

ness. Now

A ring at the bell aroused her from

ner reverie. She opened the door.

The Indian was standing upon the
threshold. At the sight of him her

race softened.

, "You left something, Mr. Ram

sammy Gheer she asked.

Ramsammy entered after her and
closed the door behind him. Hef
turned toward her and held out his
Yes." he whispered hoarsely. "I
left you, my moonflower, my perfect
pearl. I could not go home until I
had told you that I love you.
Molly recoiled In horror.
"Will you come with me and be my
bride, my lotus-flowery Inquired the
black man eagerly.
"Oh. I hate you! Go away!" she
cried. "John! John!"
The answer was immediate. With
a cra?h John Beatty staod In the en entrance.
trance. entrance. With a leap he was upon the black
man, and with a parting kick, depos deposited
ited deposited him upon the sidewalk. Then
he turr.vd back into the apartment.
Molly was weeping pitifully as she
Touched on the "turklsh rug.
"I 1 saw that black skunk turn
back. Holly, and I suspected some something."
thing." something." John exclaimed. "So I waited
outside to make sure that it was all
right. You aren't flurry with roe
"Angry, John?" she answered, look looking
ing looking up. "Oh. John, can you ever for forgive
give forgive me?"
John sat down beside her and took
her hands In his.
"Molly, dear." he said. "I guess yon
didn't understand that's all. Molly. If
you'll marry me. you shall have a dif different
ferent different poet every night to supper, as

long as his hands are clean. But I
guess we'll let Ramsammy do hi

breathing stunts elsewhere. What do

you say?

"All right. John." answered Molly.

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Can you think of a holiday gift
that would bring more real pleasure
and comfort than a pretty and sub substantially
stantially substantially made pair of slippers or
shoes? W e can supply them, whether
you want them for father, mother,
sister or brother and also for the
little tots.
We have an especially attractive
line of
colors at $2.00 and $2.25 Par
Also a fall line of
which we can furnish in various col colors,
ors, colors, all beautifully trimmed for gifts.
We are also offering especially at attractive
tractive attractive prices on our regular lines of
Shoes for Men, Women? Girls and
Boys. The Boy Scouts line for the
school boy is not surpassed by any.
Don't forget that we give you
"Foot comfort by the
Scholl method"
Litttle's Shoe Parlor




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This is a Studehaker year.
We have on hand two seven-pas

senger cars which we will sell at a

bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf

j See our new novelty ladies' shoes.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-t
GADSON has toys the year round.

; See his line before going elsewhere. 2t


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Mrs. Sman-Now. listen here. John.
I will not stand your staying out so


Mr. Smart Really, my denr, you are
unreasonable. You know verr well I
cquired the habit while courtinz vou.

London Answers.

Christmas cards "made in Dixie,"
at Ceng's Drug Store. 5-tf

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WANTED To rent, a 5, 6 or 7-foot
counter show case. Inquire at the
Candy Kitchen, No. 2 U-Serve
Store. 10-tf
heiriS third officer on the shin Tnth sT-..-...-.-.rL-
Me. Walter joined his mother
Augusta and together they had a joy- j $
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
: :4
William Nye appeared before Coun-;
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perkins leave
tomorrow for a short trip to Atlanta.
waived examination. The judge bound
him over in the sum of $400 to await
the action of the grand jury.
it is a trunk, Goldman has it.- O.
K. a Columbia phonograph, that
would be a wonderful surprise for
Mr. Jack Horreil of Whitney, arriv arrived
ed arrived in town this afternoon for a brief
1 ij k m) t!V
. We are sole agents for the Gibson
line of Christmas Cards. "Nuff said."
GERIG. 6-5t
mother, who works day in and, day T-
out with but very little recreation. 'Give GADSON your order for Santa
How music soothes tired nerves. j Claus. He has what the children


would enjoy this treat.


FOR RENT Four furnished rooms.
Can !be used for light housekeeping
if desired- Apply to Jesse Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, corner, of vOsceola and Second
streets. 12-o-3t
FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six
rooms, halL bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Davies. 8-6t

Mrs. Andrew Turner of Dunnellon
is the guest for the week of her sis sister?
ter? sister? Mrs. J;W. Hood.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

WANTED Our friends to buy their
Christmas gifts from us. Your
credit i3 good, thereby it is no

hardship on you to shop here. Ev-'

erything to make your friend hap happy.
py. happy. A nice handbag, a rocker or a
rug. Goldman's. 3t
GOLDMAN Handles, everything to
.be used in the bouse cook stoves,
heaters, ranges, oil cook stoves and
heaters, all grades of furniture
from the cheapest to the best. A
nice rocker. Come early and tell
your .neighbors. Remember ,the
place, Goldman's. 8-3t
WANTED A piano to rent. Address
"W," care Star. 7-3t

Rev1. J. G. Glass of. Orlando stopped
in Ocala yesterday between trains on
his way to his grove at Orange Lake.

You want proper stationery, don't
you? We have it for you. Select as assortment,
sortment, assortment, also Christmas boxes at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10f
Miss Zelma Cason of Island Grove,
who has been visiting Miss Frances
Tarver, left yesterday for her home.

WANTED Lady to operate hem hemstitching
stitching hemstitching machine. Apply to Singer
Sewing Machine Co., Fort King
Ave and S. Magnolia St. 7-4t ',-
FOR SALE One-ton, 1920 Ford
truck, and 1919 Ford roadster.
Must sell at once. Need the cash.
Address C. F. Rayner, 239 Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue, city. J-2t

WANTED At once, a, job of some
kind. Had six months' experience in
grocery store, also a Ford mechanic.
Good reference. State salary. Ad Address
dress Address W. C. Hall, Anthony, Fla. 5-9t

FOR RENT Close in, rooms fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at
. Singer office, corner Magnolia and
Fort King. 5-6t

FOR RENT Furnished bed room,
either one or two beds. Apply to
1106 S. Orange St. or phone 169. 3t
FOR SALE Cabbage, onion and let lettuce
tuce lettuce plants. II. 'P. Bitting. 3-6t
X-MAS CAKES, ETC. Orders taken
for cakes of all kinds; also raisin
and nut bread. Give your orders
now for your Xmas" fruit cake.
Mrs. L. W. Ponder, phone 461 or
233. 3-6t

This is a Studebaker year.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blowers will
be among the Ocala Methods spend spending
ing spending Sunday in Orlando, attending the
conference. v

Choice live poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 108, Main
Street Market. 6-tf

. Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff return returned
ed returned yesterday from a trip down the
east coast.

' Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf

Mr. W. W. Condon is expected home

tonight from a business, trip to New

York. Mr; Condon has been to the

markets buying last-minute novelties
for the Christmas trade at the Book


See the lovely doll beds at GAD

SON'S. The little girls will enjoy

them. 9-3t

Flaconettes is the best perfumery

ever put up a big statement, but let

cs prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

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. Carn, phone 191. 30-tf

FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, $250.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
garage. 26-tf

WOOD Cordrey can. deliver you 14
and 15-inchvWood, seasoned oak;
split ready lot the stove, at $8.50
per -cord. Or four-foot wood at $4
a cord. L. E. Cordrey, phone 434,
city. 12-3-tf

FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck
in excellent condition, equipped

- with cord tires. A good buy. Apply

Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf

FOR SALE Florida ,Surehead cab

bage and Big Boston lettuce plants,

25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou

sand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
740 Wyomina stret, phone 389,

Ocala, Fla. 16-tf

LOST A plain gold ring, Sunday
last, somewhere between' Grace

Episcopal church and South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia stret. Finder kindly return
to Star office. c 8-2t
Machine office, No. 2 Fort King
Ave.' Mail orders returned same day
as received. 28-tf
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs.

Harvey Clark, Mr. T. H. Harris and
Mr. Frank Harris Jr. expect to motor

to Orlando tomorrow, where they are

anticipating the pleasure of hearing

Bishop Candler preach. ;

lse- among


the early shoppers at
You will find the toys


Enoch Jacobs, coolred, is in jail for

assailing and badly injuring a colored
woman, whose came couldn't be learn learned.
ed. learned. Marshal Gordon made the arrest.

Mr. Jack Embry of Atlanta was

here on a viist to Mr. and Mrs. W. L.

Parker "Lucky Curve'' fountain

pens, regular and self -filling. They
are guaranteed. Large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t

Mr. Lewis A. Smith of Savannah

and Mrs. T. W. Seal of Charlotte, who

ive been here on & visit to their

uncle, Gen. Alfred Ayer and family,
left for thier home yesterday.

Log Cabin candy at half price. All

kinds of home made candies fresh
daily. Quality Fruit Store, next to
Masters. 10-tf


"The Fashion Center'
Ocala, Florida

Mr. C. G. Rose made a trip to and

from Newberry yesterday. He re reports
ports reports the roads north of Orange Lake

ir. bad shape.

The Store of Sensible Gifts
A few suggestions of useful gifts that will be appreciated
and remembered by feminine relatives and friends.

A good bargain is to get what you 3")

want when you want it at a reason- 5j
able price. Low prices are not al- !.
ways bargains when it comes to buy-; V-'
ing FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf j 0

Mrs. C. E. Ahearn and children are r

visiting friends in Jacksonville. Mr. 1 jft

Christmas ;

visit r hia mnthpr nt. 'Psivpff oinll 1

N. C.

Ahearn will join them next Saturday!

and will take them for a

Miss Jessie Pinson of the primary
school faculty is spending the week
end with Dunnellon friends.

, ;

Mr. C D. Lawrence of Macon, Ga.,

has arrived in Ocala and will make

his home with his brother, Mr. H. G

Lawrence. For the holidays he has

token a position with E. T. Helven-

What would make a more suitable

holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show

ing this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf.

Miss Catherine Thornton of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who. has been in St. Vincent
hospital for the past month, will ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala Sunday for a visit with
herr niece, Mrs. Reginald Ragsdale.
Master Carl Thornton, a student of
Porter Military Academy, will join
his brother in Ocala in a few days
and spend the Christmas holidays
here. .'

You will find Santa Claus at GAD GAD-SON'S.
SON'S. GAD-SON'S. Carry the kiddies there. 2t

Mrs. Ed Carmichael has as her
guest her cousin, Mr. Elbert L. Tally,
cf Cleveland, Ohio. Mr." Tally for a
number of years has been traveling.
He has recently returned from an ex extended
tended extended tour of South America. He
expects to leave tomorrow for St.
Augustine and after visiting there he
will have 'completed a tour of the
United States, stopping at all of the

; larger cities and many of the smaller

FOR SALE Just received a carload

ui tcuai uaia, uuge auu biuou. ; (jjgg.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old j
Converse lot at A. a L. depot. 15-tf j Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar,

i j j Mrs. Uarone Aloornead, wno is
lights, bath and sewer connection; A
r i v spending thrf winter m the north,

. .. .".aJ. jj t demonstrating the use of citrus fruits

P'lea'sant Land of Holland.'
The golden glory of kingcups grow growing
ing growing In generous masses. Wide, wide
Mretehes of meadow land Intersected
with blue waterways whose edges arc
fringed with s'lver where the light
falls... f
Black and white cows grazing pea-
fully: nunu?rouf. .families of little pi?
following close at the heels of larga
black and white cnvs; the whitest of
white lambs at play.
The dark form of windmills sil silhouetted
houetted silhouetted against the horizon. In place
of hedges. Ion sr straight rows or ave avenues
nues avenues of poplars in spring dress of yellow-green.
Clumps of fuzzy-hwidod
willows-dowl: by rise water's edtre or
sharing with the poplars the duty f

forming boundary lines between
Little hamlets with red-roofed cot cottages
tages cottages showing gayly out of orcharls
full of snowy blossom. Blue-hloused
peasants at work In, the fields, or mov moving
ing moving in leisurely fashion along the
dykes, pushing before them with ong
poles the slow-moving, brightly-painted
These are some of the things that
catch our attention as our train moves
through Flolland.on a day in spring.--Christian
Science Monitor, j
Medical Advice for Sailors.
All ships' at sea within a wide ra radius
dius radius of NewYork may obtain free
medical advice by wireless telegraphy.

says Radio News (New York). This
free dispensary Is the first of its kind
In the world. -It will be available for
hundreds of ships In New York harbor,
up and down the Atlantic coast and for
half-way across the Atlantic. Except
for the great liners few ships carry
doctors, but practically all are
equipped with radio. The new service
will be carried on by the Seaman's
Church institute In South street, which
meets all the expenses of the undertaking.

New Colors.
- 1 see tiiat one of the latest colors Is
called "mutton-fat jade." I am now
waiting in fear and trembling for
chicken-gizzard gray, cat's-meat pink
and chewed goosphprry-skin cerise.
Daily Herald. London


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Give her any of the following items. Coat, Suit or Dress
at half from the marked price. r K
Gift Blouses from $2.50 to $12.50
x Gift Hosiery from 125 to 5.50
' Gift Parasols from 2.50 to 8.50
Gift Petticoats from 3.50 to 10.50
Gift Neckwear from .25 to 2.50
Gift Furs from v 5.95 to 63.50
Gift Marabou from 7.95 to 12.50
Gift Jewelry Novelties .25 to 12J50
Gift Sweaters 3.95 to 12.50
. GiftSMrts 8.50 to 17.00
f Gift Underthings of silk
and cotton 1.25 to 12.50
' Gift Handkerchiefts per box .50 to 2.50
: Dolls for the little girls 1.25 to 5.95
Talking Dolls 5.95
' Gift Bath Towels .50 to 1.95

s Hundreds of other useful gifts. A visite to the store will
help you solve your problems.
t Sale of Winter Suits, Coats, Wool Dressess, Wool Skirts,
Children s Coats and Woolnap Blankets at



"The Fashion Center'



The Angler Is this public water, my
The Inhabitant Aye.
The Angler Then It won't be a
crime if I land ? fish?
The Inhabitant No; itU be a mir miracle.
acle. miracle. Edinburgh Scotsman.

gain," care Star.


GADSON has always carried a full
line of toys. Come before they are
picked over. 9-2t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

for all kinds of confection, in the in interest
terest interest of the Florida Citrus Exchange,
13 now wrestling with the cold and
snow in Maine, having spent the past
wek in Maine. While in that city she

had a very pleasant

received a wire from her

who is now with the merchant marine,

B'-:.-?v 1.. y

n mat ciiy sue r 1
surprise. She
er son, Walter, gJ.ljl


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feet, thence west "5 feet to the point
of beginning, -being the lands conveyed
by G. S. Scott, receiver, to Trustee: of
Standard Lodze Number One. by 3eeT
recorded in, the public records of Mar Marion
ion Marion county! Florida, In deed ook 112,
at pagre 168.
That the following are the names of
oil va ilafAnanti nam In MAiA T--

Laws of the State of Florida, i tUion: Benjamin C. Cody. Lorenza. V V-Petltioner,
Petltioner, V-Petltioner, vs. Trustees of Standard Garrison. Jno. A. Michael. Lyfus
Tjvrtff Fct et a.L. Defendants.- .Harbin or Lyfus G. Harbira). Mos D.
EC7, trT-oi,. Jones, as trustees of and for Standard
To AU W hom It May Concern. ldsre Number One of Free and Ac-
Notice Ls hereby given that the cityjcepted Masons; also Benjamin C. Cody,
r.t n.oi o mnniotmi rnrnoratioii. or- Lorenza K. Garrison, Jno. A. Micnaei,

tanized and existing under the laws Lyfus G. Harbin Cor Lyfus G. Ilarfaiin)

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit, of the State of Florida,
in and for Marion. County.
City of Ocala, a Municipal Corporation
Organized and Existing Under the

of the state of Florida, on the first day

of ece-nrber. A. D. 1921. filed Us peti petition
tion petition herein for the purpose of acquir acquiring
ing acquiring toy eminent domain, for the pur purposes
poses purposes of water works of said city of
Ocala, the following described proper property
ty property within the corporate limits of the
city of Ocala, in Marion county, Flor

ida, to-wit:

and Mose D. Jones, as trustees for -an

cient Free and Accepted iia.sons,
Standard Lodge Numiser Seventeen,
Ocala, Florida; also B. C. Cody, Thomas
H. Fat is and R. A. Hall, as trustees'
for Standard Lodge Number One of
Free and Accepted Masons; also B. C.
Cody. Thomas H. Fatis and R. A. HalL
a i trustees for Ancient Free and Ac-

Commencing at the northwest comer cepted Masons. Standard Lodge Nuraber

of lot number S of block numoer .0. oi oejenieeu. 1 ""i;
the Old Survey of the town, now city, i ard Lodare dumber One, Free and Ac Acer
er Acer Ocala, running thence south 30 'eet, i cepted Masona. a cwpwation; also An An-thence
thence An-thence east 75 feet, thence north 30 cient Free and Accepted Masons. Stand

ard Lodge Number Seventeen, Ocala,
Florida, a corporation; also all parties
claiming interests in the property
herein above described whose names
or name, are unknown to said petition petitioner.
er. petitioner. Said defendants are hereby com commanded
manded commanded to -be and appear in said circuit
court on the
Tweatr-Siitk Dy f DettnWr, A. D.
and show what right, title or Interest
they have in or to said property herein
above described, and show cause why
it should not be taken for the uses and
purposes set forth in said petition petition-It
It petition-It is ordered that this notice be pub published
lished published in "the Ocala Evening fctar, a
newspaper published in said city of
Ocala. and having a general circulation,
therein, ouce each week for three suc suc-eefive
eefive suc-eefive week.
Witness my hand and the seal of sail
court thia the second day of December,
A I IS'l
"(al T. D. LANCASTER, JR..
Clerk of the Circuit Co-urt of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of the State ov
Florida, in and for Marion County.
Petitioner's Attorney. 12-3-4t-at

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