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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1921
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Prisoners at Marquette, Mich-, Tried
But Failed in Their Effort To
Break Out of the State
Marquette, Mich., Dec. 12. Michi Michigan
gan Michigan state policemen are standing
guard in the Marquette prison today,
following a riot among prisoners yes yesterday
terday yesterday that resulted in the serious
stabbing of Warden Catlin and Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Warden Menhennit and perhaps
the fatal wounding of the latter's son.
Three inmates of the prison charged
with leading the riot were to be flog flogged
ged flogged today.
Attempt cf Citizens to Prevent Un Unlawful
lawful Unlawful Plans for Stat Capitol
Addition from Being Put
Messrs. H. M. Hampton and Ander Anderson
son Anderson & Anderson, who are attorneys
for the citizens who are trying to pre prevent
vent prevent needless expense to the state,
whifh will he caused if the unau
thorized plans for the state capitol
v addition are carried out, received this
rooming the following dispatch from
Holmes & Ehman, architects, who
drew the original plans according to
. Jacksonville, Dec. 11.
H. M. Hampton and Anderson &
Anderson, Ocala: Referring to your
protest re capitol building addition as
published in today's Times-Union, for
your further information we beg to
advise that we. as the architects who
prepared the plans as submitted to
the legislature, and which are refer referred
red referred to in the appropriation act, chap
ter 8422, by sections 1 and 2, as the
plans outlined and submitted, protest protested
ed protested yesterday to the board of commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of state institutions as it ap approved
proved approved plans calling for extensions
from the center of building east and
west, which is front and rear, making
the building cross-shaped, when the
plans referred to by the act called for
extensions westward or rearward at
each end of end wings, forming an U U-shaped
shaped U-shaped building, leaving the front un undisturbed.
disturbed. undisturbed. Our protest is bated on the
fact that the adopted plans are in vio violation
lation violation of section 2 inasmuch as they
are not in substantial conformity
with the plans as outlined. Submit Submitted
ted Submitted blue prints of the original plans,
as outlined and submitted to the leg legislature,
islature, legislature, are at your disposal as well
as the correspondence between our ourselves
selves ourselves arid Representative Williams,
, who introduced the bill together with.
those plans. Holmes & Ehman.
Reply to Holmes & Ehman
Ocala, December 12.
Messrs. Holme3 & Ehman, Jackson
ville: Answering your wire we are
pleased to have the suggestion and
ara todav wirinsr the board that we
also join in your protest.
H. M. Hampton.
To the State Board
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 12.
Board of Commissioners of State
Institutions, Tallahassee, Fla.: In ad
dition to our protest relative letting
contract we are advised by Holmes &
Ehman, of Jacksonville, that they
have fifcd protest because work now
contemplated not such as allowed by
act. We also 'desire to say that we I a feather in the cap of any civic or
1 V..V.1-f "-f
also join in mis pruies uu muau vi
Chicago Murderer and Gunman Out
Of Jail and Leading Police Of
Windy City a Chase
British Delegates to the Arms Con Conference
ference Conference Have Booked Passage tf or
Home by December 31
-Washington. Dec 12. (Associated
(Associated Press) I Press). All the British delegates to
Chicago, Nov. 12. "Lucy Tom J the armament conference, except Sir
O'Connor," gunman and killer, who Auckland Geddes, ambassador here,
was to have been led today to the have arranged to sail for home Dec
death cell in Cook county jail to await 31st, feeling that the main issues of
hanging Thursday morning for killing the conference will have been dispos dispos-a
a dispos-a policeman, instead was leading a ed of by that time,
combined force of 5000 police and FRENCH GOING SOONER
deputies a merry chase after a sen-
ti! fmm thp rnnntv fail. Rene ViTiam. head of France s dele-
on.. -:i i i, .v:u j I ration to the arms conference since
tv w rharnrtPri! hv fThipf of the departure of Premier Bnand. has
Police Fitzmorris as "a frame-up be- made P13 to f n v,or home Wedne.
tween O'Connor a.id jail officials," and sfveral other "ember, of the
v... mAoa m hrin'o- i r rencn aeiegation
Attitude of Uord Georre, Crair In
forms His Adherents at Belfast,
Belfast, Dec 12. (By Associated
Press). Sir James Craig, Ulster pre premier,
mier, premier, informed the Ulster party here
today of his recent conversations with
Lloyd George. It was unofficially re reported
ported reported that the proceedings grew
stormy when Craig informed the
meeting that Lloyd George had main
tained an unyielding attitude toward
Ulster. It is intimated that except
for a few trifling changes the British
premier had decline dto make any
Editor Star: I have been requested
by several of my friends to express
myself in regard to the coming elec election
tion election in the city.
I realize that possibly I may sub
ject myself to criticism on account of
the fact that I am at present holding
public orhce in the city. However, as
the citizens of Ocala know, I am not
candidate for le-election, nor have
I any interest in the affairs of the city
other than a desire to promote the
best interests of Ocala, and a great
eagerness for substantial progress in
O'Connor, dead or, alive. The sheriff
suspended three guards and also of offered
fered offered $500 reward for the apprehen
sion of O'Connor.
A LETTER FROM MR. THOMAS
To the Citizens and Voters of Ocala i
On account of being confined to my
bed for almost two weeks with a
GAVE POLICE A BUM STEER
' Chicaeo. Dec. 12. The police re- broken foot and dislocated ankle, I
ported at ten o'clock they believed have been unable to see a majority of
they had O'Connor surrounded in a the voters, which I regret very much,
house on the South Side. Rifle squads For the above reason, I took the lib-
and tear gas bombers equipped with erty, Saturday, to mail out a number
bullet proof steel shields, mounted on of circulars to the voters I have been
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wheels, were dispatched to the scene. uitaDie to see. i wisn to aaa to me
When the police arrived they found circular that it has always been my
the tip false. When the police rushed opinion that if the city of Ocala could
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the house a surprised man appeared obtain tne ngnt man ior city man-
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it wouia De a great uiing xor
FROM WALTER P ED RICK
TO OCALA VOTERS
My campaign for the city election of
next Tuesday has been conducted
quietly, but has not been any the less
intense for that reason. It has been
manifestly impossible for the candi candidates
dates candidates to personally interview every
voter, and there has been no platform
speech making by which candidates
could get in intimate touch with the
voters. But the campaign is almost
at a close, and I want to reach every
citizen with an expression of my
views and I take this method of doing
I am a candidate chiefly because I
feel in common with a large number
cf citizens, that the affairs of the city
have not been successfully and satis
factorily managed for the past sev
eral years. I want to see a change
for the better and I believe you do
too. Our charter has never had fair
test and I believe tjae temper of the
citizens is in favor of a fair trial of
the city manager form of govern government.
ment. government. Our streets are not what they
ought to be; we spend entirely too
much money on streets with nothing
to show for jit- We need a well-
considered ard comprehensive plan of
street improvement, and the work
should be undertaken at once and
Frank Calabrise, Believed to be One
Of the Broadway Mail Robbers,
Arraigned ia Jersey City
Jersey City, Dec. 12. The first ar
rest in connection with the two mill million
ion million dollar mail robbery on Broadway,
New York, several weks ago, became
known today when Frank Calabrise
was ordered arrigued before the fed federal
eral federal commissioned. He had been ar
rested secretly a month ago.
STRIKERS CAUSE WASTE
OF GOOD 31 EAT
New York, Dec. 12. Two thousand
employes of the slaughter houses of
New York, members of the Amalga
mated Meat Cutters and Butcher
Workers of America, quit work today
suddenly and left wagon loads of
perishable beef in front of the plants.
BUSINESS DISTRICT OF
ALABAMA TOWN BURNED
Goodwater, Ala.. Dec. 12. Fire
last night wiped cut practically the
entire business district of this place,
the loss running above $100,000.
II. CLAY EVANS
H. M. Hampton.
Anderson & Anderson.
and identified himself as Bishop ager, it wouia De a
its affairs. I therefore, consider it my Charles Anderson of the Episcopal the advancement of the city and, of
4.1. r 1 Li u course, it takes a capable man to
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n.s mvplf 9hn.,t matt of which n:aKe a success in any line oi dusi
I have first hand L-nowlede-e. I that portion in which he says that he ness
I am nprfectlv frank in admitting was in a minority of the council. Air. wow in regara to tne eaitonai m
r i ... i ,i a i oi. t jj m i
that the last two years have accom- Winer ana nimseJi were mat minority paturaay s aiar ngaaea a campaign
plished really one thing only, that is which prevented the election ot a city Document," l wisn to say inai i Knew
increased interest on the part of the manager over a year ago. I myself nothing about the compiling of this
citizens of Ocala in affairs political, talked' to Mr. Winer for a long time in statement until sometime before noon
T ronsidpr that thp administration has an attempt to get him to consent to imirsaay, nowever i approvea oi w
I trv out the present charter. His act and I think the statement should
of this, but 1 consider this the extent statement to me was that he had be and is very gratifying to the Citl
of its accomplishments. As long as nover been in favor of this charter, zens and tax payers of Ocala. A to
thP riPnnlP continue to take an active and that he believed the people oi the statement Demg a campaign aocu
r- I iI v i i m y a i
irterest in the affairs of their citv Ocala were not in tavor oi it, ana neiment, l can oniy speaic ior raysen 3na
covpmment. that citv e-ovemment will would not consent to a fair trial or its l give it tne lie
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mntimiP provisions. Mr. Thomas, Mr. uoia- in reierence to campaign aocu
m i i -i j l Imnn and Mr. Simmons were m favor I ments. I want to ask the editor oi the
Anere nave ueeii cuuiu maue ui i j
several of the candidates for election of the election of a city manager, but Star just a few questions and then the earned to
a.. i ii ; i : I cirvr-o Mr MrKonziP retuspa to rpsiPTi i neouie can aeciae ior memeiv v -""
mat tney were instrumental m unug-r . .. .t . vij K ; em'nv f
no- nKnf thp rnntn,rtiftn thp the title which was in fact all that ne whether or not n is tne atar mat is -hi"
white way.,This work was due entire- held, it required four members of the getting out campaign documents or the W JZh Twi A
y - I a tricot whw a.a ftt I and intend to see accomplisnea. Witn
.v n tho 'offnrts nf the hnnrri nf I council IU act. ioimiuo. "j I
.l.j a t4.-A u Thp nP-rt and most vital issue is the the Star write and head the state- reference to taxes, of course every
Uitue aim uie luiiumuce '"" UJ ..... n. i. .t. ti nmTtiiu r.
The council did not even fcther question of stret improvements. Wear- ment mas nice a manner as who. rT"
the idea, much less do any work nec- ly every citizen ana voter is laminar ner a.a ana men let e pop r""" 7 mn
it. -ntin. Tf it. t with the action of the council in re- for themselves? Second: Why is it that the tax roll shall be revised so
been for the
i j i 1 n-.fio-t.nne wpi-p marip and the hids I ent council while each and every one
wouia De as oars as iney were two i -i I . j, :. n j;v,-t i ;il K.
If this white way is to be received that there was in reality no of them is doing his very best ior tne -h j .
mis wuiitr nay is w uc i I -ftrr than it la now. All
these things I pledge myself to if
,.-. i i i. i i v ipiprtpf ia far aii mv mnuence can
t i i j r a j I ,J--ir lrtm oonhQ It hirl wtlirn Trip I wklPr liiani. WI1CI1 LI1C C1L V IUIU II U til- 1
aciorn tne can oi me Doara oi iraae. "w.um6i, --i- i ... i !,., .k.t
.. :.., : ... nr-;i ;.r.rHr) Tnvpstication ine- but a reeuiar trap wnicn was "'"Js
une oi tne principal issues, m me , - t, ... Wp Kimnlv nd the same attention
present campaign is the question of a has shown that the asphalt Dia was oroicen aown one-nan vo uuiu. v- - -
city manager. I have expressed my- by far the most advantageous for the the time? At jSSS
hplf vpt.frp in thp newsnanera re- city in respect to durabUity of the We will all know by tomorrow night that they w ,fvctoheir private
, Chattanooga, Dec. 12. H. Clay
EJvans, former commissioner of pat patents
ents patents and consul general to Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, was found dead in bed this morning.
COME ACROSS FOR
ts realization. If it had not with the action of the council in re- for themselves! Secona: wny is it 1
the workine committee of gard to contracts for street paving, that the editor of the Star is continu- that every one wil I more nearly bear
ol our stress "4 ft developed on the night when the ally throwing the Looks into the pres- J lt tojj J the -of Uxa-
., n,ifi,0.in-s m.ri nnr. thp hirf Pnt council while each and every one tion. And I feel sure that if the bur-
Tallahassee, Dec. 12. Parker &
Yeager, of Tallahassee, were awarded
the contract for capitol extension
work today, their bid being $153,000.
Frank Mosely, of Panama City, was
awarded the contract for the heating,
plumbing and electrical work at ap ap-proximattely
proximattely ap-proximattely $23,000.
CARD OF THANKS
- I I J M 1 T J n-iV
gardfng my position in this matter, paving and the maintenance of it. J who is defeated and I wish to say that I "gT' f puWicltr I promise
. f. . I xt .v-i--- y;a .. ;.irr1M. r' T am Hpfpated. I will take it like a c oKxce is a public trust, a promise
ana i nave naa occasion oexore iui1"-"-1 w-.v... 1
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- M- r ... fi,.hAliv .rood nort. hut if elected. I faithful attention to my auues.
compare the present management oil nu ttua uy umuiiu... r, f r 7 v v. -i Tt i th dutv cf everv citizen to
... . L a. ,. nnni.. ia nwrp all shall do mvverv best for the upbuilf- is the auty oi every ciuzen to
city Dusmess to a large corporation vuuu.... .- Ivntp and I feel sure that on next
without any general manager. (Jo-1 oi tne action wen uy 'ub
ordination in the various branches of that night was rescinded, and after In all smceny.
... iu. -...r a- xroar'a ittemnt to ohtam Derma-1 A. A. i. nomas.
city aiiairs is tne iuu.i. crjfiug uccu i J r
. I - jri .1 4.
All of the new candi-nent pavmg in ucais me -ivuauuu vu-
To my friends who showed me so
many kindnesses and acts of tender
thoughtfulness'at the time of the
death of my beloved brother, B. F.
Eauffman, I wish to extend my heart heartfelt
felt heartfelt appreciation and love.
Mrs. May Shuey.
that we have
dates have announced
favor of eiviner the city manager I years ago.
form of government a fair triaL Mr. Thomas makes the
Tt then pyttiitip thp nnsition of 1 that if elected mayor, one
Tuesday your ballot will be for the
best interest of the city. I will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your support.
Yours very truly,
W. R, Pedrick.
The good ladies who are working
for a civic Christmas tree for Ocala
are receiving little encouragement.
tip to this morning no funds for their
pretty enterprise had ben sent in.
They must have money at once or
they cannot order candy and other
trimmings for the Christmas tree.
This is a case of "He who gives
quickly gives twice." Send your con contribution
tribution contribution at once to "Santa Claus," at
tne Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
POLITICS HAS PREFERENCE
The press of political matter on our
columns compels us to hold society
and other local news until tomorrow.
Ladies' HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISIIEL'S.
Dinner 12 to 2, 0 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
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themselves in day remaini the same as it was two wonting in narmonjr uutu-us
accomplished, it certainly wouia not
statement I be a progressive tdministration, and
of the a progressive administration means PREPARATIONS MADE
FOR TilE POLLS
tna n,.mKo-c f thp m-pcpnt itv ronn- Ulanks in hia platofrm will be to dis- an harmonious one.
cil. who are before the people for re- charge the present city engineer, but Which ever may the elecUon goes,
election, in regard to this most im- I know from experience he is in a far ht would be far better to elect a soiia For the first time m history of
t k-- .-nr. I hPttPT nnsition to accomplish this, if ticket for either faction than it would
r-a a wnrnpn will vote tomOITOW in
P-U Ulllk UUIC UJ kllM I vv.... X- I I
nications of one councilman through he really, desires to do so, now than be to elect a few of one and a few oi tfae city el?ctioDj and our cf5cient city
i,. .-...- tt Mr- n v. MflvPT ilhe would be if elected mayor, when anotner.
LtlC IICOO b&AW -.tjljl jp
RECITAL AT ZION M. E. CHURCH
Mr.tGeci-ge D. Hernandez, the lyric
tenor isinier of New York city, and
Madam Florida L. DesVerney, violin violinist,
ist, violinist, wll Appear in the above named
ehurch tonight. This promises to be
one of the best recitals given in the
city for some 'time. A literary treat
j v v ;-. r-,, t tv.Uip,.tP. ma or he will do what the Mr. Mclver has been on the council
. l :i x.: An. anA thai in various canac.ties for years, air.i
city manager form oi government, a i councu -e..La u-n- ,w uw.
recall very distinctly, and I presume matter of employment or
clerk, Mr.' Henry Sistrunk, is
all he can to prevent their
crowded or jostled.
The voting will take place at the
and the I in various capac.ties ior years.
I . . r
the dis- Winer has been on ior six years, jar.
I .- j. i rr'i.AMn. v f-.i. -rrk FTiimmp thi
many others who were present, will charge of any engmeer win De entire- u. Ti. -T city hall, in tne eastern room oowa
i ii xf. xt-t.c..' tot.-n.nt trt w hpvond Ms control. progress made by the city of I tir n!Ufd recorder's court
Bisu icwu, iui. .--i.t- ... ? I j : A J.tpnin M-h
me at a council me tine one night I believe every citizen ana voter is uuring ;""lroom. No one will De aiiowea to en
when I was urging upon the council familiar with the. situation which voter for himself wnetner or not ne voterSf m.
spectors, clerks ana otner necessary
nfflr. Thpn will be tilentv of
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He said: the time, and I believe every one is i maKe mis statemen- u. white coiored people win
i i l1 x -. rni i .
Afr A nHprsnn. we have a citv man- familiar wirji it. Sufficient to say reason tnat am wg -r mark their ballots in separate boouu,
- i i r i r wn ta rn i .
well satisfied therefore that when it comes to nnng city v- and everything will be done to prevent
i a .i 1 Vr PA0An oTTcvt n rnJITlP
the necessitv of electing a city man- arose last summer m regara to tms n r--
ager in fact. This statement I be- matter; that-was sufficiently aired at for the better.
t i : xi- .-m.i.Vo tima .in i hpiipvp everv one is i
neve i can quote eruatim. -I ; lVof t im M to p the
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
Mgs, cnicsens, etc. ror piauts uu.
tarticualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
This is a Studebaker year.
Choice live poultry is always cne of
. -i mo tr. ;
our leaders, rnone us, iuo,
Street Market. 6-tf
Give a bog of "EVERWEAR" or
"WONDERHOSE." Your salvation,
mother. Only at FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Log Cabin candy at half price. All
kinds of home made candies fresh
daily. Quality Fruit Store, next to
Why not give useful gift3? The
GIRL a "COAT," the BOY a "SUIT."
We supply you most cheaply. See
our line. "FISHEL'S." 12-3t
Rev. A. Emanuel, Pastor.
FRESH CANE SYRUP
Mr. Mclver maae this statement
without referring the matter brought
cp by me to the council for a vote, and
without requesting from any other
t n. nmo. rane. and those councilman his views in tne matter.
who desire to get fresh syrup at the (He took it upon h.mself at that time
mill will please call at once, or phone to express the view of the entire
me. Price 80 cents per gallon. council in me matter.
94t Lee L. Priest, jthen, that he was always m favor of
the city manager lorm oi government,
but that he was in a minority on the
council and was unable to accomplish
the purpose, is particularly true in
GINGHAMS! : It wouldn't look like
there was a shortage on Ginghams to
'ee our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
tempted to change the chief of police the city officials, and the voters are L .neceuuv directions from the
force. In fact. Mr. Thomas' position tee oniy means uy "'" inspectors. AU who vote must pass
ont hru the polling room, going out
I l I .M11
K. t nn!tp uft favorable as mv I oniciais can ds suuiw.icu.
.. .u -..en w t) marnrM R. L. Anderson Jr.
-...-.As-.i tn. Viva enmp spmhlance of
. i it t i ..- 1 Mpn's Fnrnishines and Hats. We
control ovtT me puue. xuitc.
.. . i j t-r.A t.tn.i.n nlpasp von. r IS 11 lZ-ot
11 nas imxu auiyij utmvau.v i
public that nothing can be accomplish
at the back door to avoid crowding at
ed without an harmonious organization.
Unless Che council within itself,
and the coancil and the mayor, are!
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
"I would walk all around town to
trade at your store, you always seem
so pleasant," said a lady when trad-
.... tto -rt- v ;-,(- at "FISHEL'S" the store of
Ko.iirirn i jijil. nc i
beautiful sleeping doll FISHELS. St "Friendly Wishes." 12-3t
Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tafiy, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
to order. Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters. 7-tf
"CHERRY" Serge, the newest color
for Wool Middies. Dresses, Slipovas,
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
the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1S21
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We are sorry Tom Watson did not
slap that army officer's face.
An anonymous circular, giving five
reasons (or rather five jokes) why A.
T. Thomas should be elected mayor,
and four other jokes why Dr. Peek
shouldn't be elected, was scattered
around the streets Sunday.
Representative Hunter informs us
that he has induced the state road de department
partment department to appoint an engineer to
look after the work on road No. 5.
This will save the county some ex expense.
pense. expense. It is to be hoped that work on
that important road will soon com commence.
The citjr commission of Miami has
suspended Col. Coe, the city manager,
and elected another man in his place.
One reason and another is given, but
a large number of Miami people seem
to think that Col. Coe's determination
to suppress the bootleg traffic had a
great deal to do with it.
"He (A. T. Thomas) is in position
to give the mayor's office the neces necessary
sary necessary attention. He is willing to work
in harmony with the city council,
which means results."-r-Anonymous
Some of the other councilmen say
he is' often out of harmony with them
as a councilman, and he might not
harmonize with them as mayor.
It is rather unfortunate, don't you
think, that Mr. Thomas insists so
strongly on the mayor always being
present with the council. The records
show that Mr. Thomas, during his
first year as alderman, left the coun council,
cil, council, most of the time, to get along
without him. How does anybody know
he won't .pull the same stunt if he is
elected mayor? Past performance
counts for much more than future
Until the work on road No. 2 has
progressed from Weirsdale to North
Lake Weir, travelers on the Dixie
Highway had best go via Summerfield
on the route between Ocala and Lees Lees-burg.
burg. Lees-burg. There is a fairly good road
from Summerfield to Weirsdale, and
altho it is about three miles further
the trip can be made in less time
than around the east side of Lake
Weir, The road from Belleview to
North Lake Weir is bad, and from
Oklawaha to Weirsdale it is simply
"He (A. T. Thomas) is 100 per cent,
strong for permanent street and city
improvements. He has been in the
paving material business for many
years and knows good material and
good work ,when he sees it. He has
served on the council for four years
and is thoroughly familiar with the
city's affairs." Anonymous Circular.
Uh-huh. And where are the streets
he built during those four years?
And, by the way, what would he have
to do with building the streets as
mayor? He couldn't order the coun council
cil council to build streets without exceeding
the powers of his office.
About the only argument Mr.
Thomas and his supporters seem able
to find against Dr. Peek is that the
doctor, if elected mayor, will have no
time to devote to the duties of the of office.
fice. office. An awf ully weak argument. Dr.
Peek is a conscientious' gentleman,
and if he thought he couldn't dis discharge
charge discharge the duties of a mayor, he
wouldn't be a candidate.. As a matter
of fact, Dr. Peek's knowledge of pub public
lic public affairs and his acquaintance with
the public men of the state will en-
able him to decide in a minute a good
mifly questions that Mr. Thomas
would puzzle over and possibly decide
wrong. The things a mayor should
now and the things a councilman
should know are often wide apart.
TOMORRO WS ELECTION
Tomorrow takes place the city
election, and while the campaign has
been mild compared with most of
those for the last few years, we doubt
not that all,' candidates and voters,
will be glad when the contest is over.
The issues are the two candidates
for mayor, and the two sets of candi candidates
dates candidates for. councilmen. For mayor we
have to decide between Dr. E. G.
Peek and Mr. A. T. Thomas. Dr. Peek
is a skilled physician and one of our
leading citizens. His circumstances
and his personality eminently fit him
for the office of mayor. Ever since,
by hard work and professional skill,
he gained a foothold in Ocala, he has
been among the leaders in the affairs
pertaining to the city's' welfare, par particularly
ticularly particularly its health and education. He
stands for improvement, education
and morality and no man is better
qualified to see that measures tending
to such results are carried out.
His opponent, Mr. Thomas, is also
a progressive citizen, a good business
man and with the welfare of Ocala en entirely
tirely entirely ai heart. The principal objec objection
tion objection to Mr. Thomas as a public official
is his impatience of opposition. This
failing of his seriously impairs his
good qualities and might make him,
as a mayor, very unpleasant to any
person who ventured to disagree with
For councilmen, the question be between
tween between Mr. Mclver and Mr. Winer on
the one hand and Dr. Henry and Mr.
Pcdrick on the other, is the charter.
The two first, during the nearly four
years the charter has been in effect,
have aided in nullifying it. Mr. Mc Mclver
lver Mclver says he has been in favor of en enforcing
forcing enforcing the charter, but has not been
able to do so because of the opposition
of Mr. Winer and Mr. Thomas. Mr.
Winer does not deny his opposition to
he charter. He says, open and above above-board,
board, above-board, that he doesn't believe in put putting
ting putting the affairs of the city in the
hands of one man as manager. This
is honest enough in Andy, but for
some reason he has not been able to
see that after taking an oath to serve
as alderman under the charter he' has
not lived up to his obligation when he
advocates or consents to measures
that set the charter aside. Now, the
Star and the element of the people
that it speaks for in this matter are
not inclined to regard the charter as
a faultless instrument. They want to
see it put in effect, so they' can de decide
cide decide what are its faults and what are
its virtues, and so they can remove or
amend the one and retain the other.
They cannot do this, as long as the
present anomalous condition con continues,
tinues, continues, and if Mr. Mclver and Mr., Wi Winer
ner Winer are re-elected there is not likely
to be any' change for the next two
Dr. Henry, Mr. Pedrick and Mr.
Martin, if elected, will try to put the
charter into effect, and will have the
support of at least one of the hold holdovers
overs holdovers in this policy. This doesn't mean
that Messrs. Henry, Pedrick and Mar Martin
tin Martin are determined to fasten the
charter on the city. They are prac practically
tically practically certain to recommend some
changes in it, if not its abolishment.
But they stand -for a. bona fide city
manager and if elected they will see
to it that that part of the charter is
put 'in speedy effect.
Mr. Mclver has been nearer than
any other official the real city man manager
ager manager for the last three years, and it is
the opinion of many that he is so well
satisfied with that condition of af affairs
fairs affairs that he will, if re-elected, be re reluctant
luctant reluctant to see it changed. It must be
admitted that '.'Mr. Mac" has managed
some things very well, and that un under
der under his guidance .Ocala is, better, off
than many other cities that have a
more elaborate government. But we
can't have Mr. Mac with us always
and it might be wise to establish
something solid to take his place be before
fore before he gets tired of being a benevo benevolent
lent benevolent autocrat.
Dr. Henry and Mr. Pedrick are
fully competent to make good alder-;
men, and if they are elected they will
enable the city government to find out
where it is
They will comply with
the law and put an end to the fashion
of the various departments rambling
along like a bunch of cows going to
water. Mr. E. H. Martin, candidate
for alderman at large, champions this
policy, and it will be entirely to the
interest of the voters to give him aid.
Mr. A. T. Thomas lays great stress
on the necessity of the mayor being
present at meetings of the council.
We disagree with him. We don't
think it necessary that the mayor
should be present at the meetings of
the council unless either the council
or some influential element of the
people asks him to be present. Leg Legislative
islative Legislative bodies, from Congress down,
resent the presence of the executive
pTrpnt on smvial occasions. TTnlpfss
the mayor of Ocala is very diplomatic,
his piesence at a meeting of & coun council
cil council composed of only five men is bound
to cause some restraint. And the constrain-:
will become intimidation if the
mayor happens to be a large, muscu muscular
lar muscular rmm with a hot temper.
"Dr. Peek is not as familiar with
the city's needs and requirements as
Mr. Thomas. Dr. Peek is too busy
with his profession and immense prac practice
tice practice to give the mayor's office the
proper attention. Even if he was not,
he is too honorable to neglect, his pa patients
tients patients to attend to public affairs. The
mayor of every city should be in posi position
tion position to meet the city council at any
time his. presence is needed." Anony
The foregoing is damphoolishness
and an insult to the intelligence of
Ocala. Anybody who is well acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the two men will not hesitate
to agree with the Star that Dr. Peek
is far better than Mr. Thomas ac
quainted with the wishes and distastes
of the people of the city. His "im "immense
mense "immense practice" puts him in closer
touch with them than can ever be
reached by any man now on the coun council.
cil. council. It is not in 'the least likely that
anything will ever come up in city
affairs to require him to neglect his
patients. Dr. Peek has been for some
years a' very efficient member of the
district school board, which compels
him to keep in touch with several
hundred school children. Has anybody
neard of his neglecting either his pub public
lic public duties or his patients? Ocala has
had long and tiresome experience
with one mayor who was always in
terfering with the council. Does it
N'otics is hereby igiven that the city
of Ocala by an ordinance approved No November
vember November 5th. 1921, (requires that the Al Allowing
lowing Allowing named as owners of the real
estate described below, situated in eaid
city, Marion county. .Florida, make the
improvements hereinafter specified in
front of and abutting that part of said
real estate abutting that part of eaid
after named, to-wlt:
Mrs. Flora Brown as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 162 feet north of southeast
corner of Jot 1 of Reardon'a Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town -lots, thence east 132 feet to Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla street, north 43 feet, west 132
feet, south 43 feet, to p o to. And
also commencing 249 feet north of
southeast corner of lot 1, Reardon's
Middlttown Lots, thence east 132 feet
to Tuscawilla street, (north 102 feet,
west 132 feet, south 102 feet to p o b,
is required to construct curb as afore aforesaid
said aforesaid on Tuscawilla street.
ilelen P. Sasser as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 45 fa feet south of southwest
intersection of Adams and Tuscawilla
streets, thence south 65 feet, west 110
feet, north 65 feet, east 110 feet, Is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
on Tuscawilla street.
, Mrs. Fannie Cole as owner of the 3
of fractional 'block 61, Old Survey of
Ocala, .excepting 92 feet east and .west
on east end, ia required to construct
curb as aforesaid on (Main street.
J. L Taylor as owner of: In lot 1 of
Seymour's sub of southwest triangular
portion of lot 2 of block T, Allred's
addition to Ocala west of the rignt of
way of the A. C. I Tt. R., Is required to
construct curb as aforesaid on north
Sallie I. Chambllss, as owner of lot 2
Seymour's sut of the southwest tri triangular
angular triangular portio nof lot 2, .block Y All All-red's
red's All-red's addition to Ocala; also lot 13 sub
of lot 1, 'block K, Allred's addition to
Ocala, is required to construct curb as
aforesaid on North Magnolia street.
.S. M. Frazier, as owner of: outh
one-third of lot 3, block Y Allred's ad addition
dition addition to Ocala, is required to construct
curb as aforesaid, on North iMagnolia
Jtwie E. Randall, as owner of nortn
half of south half of southwest quarter
of block J Allreds' addition to Ocala.
is required, to construct curb as afore aforesaid
said aforesaid on North 'Magnolia street.
A. H. Heineman, as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing at the northwest corner of
block 19 Allred's addition to Ocala,
south 52 feet, east 105 feet, north
52 Va feet, west 105 feet to p o ;b, 4s re required
quired required to. construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
Herman Benjamin as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 89 feet north of the southwest
corner of section 8, township 15 south,
range zz east, thence north 285. feet.
east 420 feet, south 285 feet, thence
west 420 feet to p o b, is required to
construct curb as aforesaid on North
C. Carmichael as owner of: Com
mencing 29 feet north of the southwest
corner of section 8, township 15 south,
range 22 east, thence north 60 feet,
thence east 210 feet, thence south 60
feet, thence west 210 feet to p o b, is
required to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
L. A. Gable, as owner of lot 1 tub of
lot 21. Caldwell's addition to Ocala, is
required to construct sidewalk and
curb as aforesaid on Sanchez street.
C. Carmichael as owner of: 99 feet
east and west by 133 feet north and
south in northeast corner of lot 26 of
Caldwell's addition to Ocala, is requir required
ed required to construct sidewalk and euro as
aforesaid on Sanchez street.
Hans Peterson as owner of: Lots 7
and 8 of block 2 of Florida Central
Land Company's sub of "blocks 3 and 4,
Allred's addition to Ocala, in section 8.
township 15 south, range 22 east, is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
J. S. Grantham, as owner of lot 12
of (block 2, Florida Central Land Com Company's
pany's Company's sub of 'blocks 3 and 4, Allred's
addition to Ocala, is required to -construct
curb as aforesaid on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street.
II. Mullen, as owner of lot 5 of
block 1, sub of lots 1, 2 and 3 of block
Q, Allred's addition to Ocala, is requir required
ed required to construct curb as aforesaid on
North Magnolia street.
W. J. tTink. as owner of block 18,
Allred's addition to Ocala, is required
to construct curb as aforesaid on North
tviiti sidewalks to be five feet tn
width, the base to be four inches thick
on .Main street, on all other streets
three inches thick, and to be one part
Portland cement, three parts Lake
Weir sand, five parts crushed stone;
wearing surface to e applied oefore
base is dry and to foe one inch thick
and to be of one part Portland cement,
two parts Lake Weir sand. Curbs to
ie five inches thick and at least one
foot deep and to be one part Portland
cement, two parts Lake Weir sand and
four parts crushed stone. Grades to be
furnished by city on request. The con construct
struct construct kn of said improvements to to
commenced by iMarch 10th, 1922, and If
said improvements are not commenced
by said date by said owners, the same
will be done by the city of Ocala and
assessment certificates issued therefor.
This the 10th day of December. A. D.
1921. H. C SLSTRUNK.
12-12-5t-Mon City Clerk.
Our sausage is always fvpth as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 103. 6-tf
HOW WILL SANTA
CLAUS GET HERE?
I see where I shall have to leave
Towser and Vixen and Dunden and
Blitzen away up country somewhere,
along with my sleigh. Dogs and rein reindeer,
deer, reindeer, one or the other or both are just
fine to pull my sleigh but they have
to have plenty of snow to run on.
Well! Well! Well! What is to be
I done about it? I've promised to make
Ocala by Saturday next, along some
time in the afternoon, and you may
depend upon it. IH be there all O.
K. if I have to run on gas and oiL
Whoever heard of Santa Claus com coming
ing coming in a Ford or a Stude or a Bewick?
But what's the difference to a jolly old
fellow like me whether I come one
way or another? Why, if my good
friends and helpers, the members of
the Woman's Club through their civic
committee had asked me to make the
trip by airplane, I would have done it.
That was a splendid idea of theirs
about having a municipal Christmas
tree on the city lot. I guess it's going
to be fifty feet high and beautifully
decorated and illuminated. And there
will be thousands of Marion county
oranges ,tangerines, etc., in little
mountains all around it.
As the people go by on the trains
and drive and walk by. will not
Ocala's municipal Christmas tree be
a fine boost for the city and county?
Santa says it will; and you can take
it from him, because he knows. Be
says folks are always like that, they
are reached through the children. And
when he sees a city caring enough
about its children and all the children
who live in the country around the
city to arrange to give some real
Christmas joy to every last one of
them, he knows that that must be a
mighty good place in which to live.
And other folks can see it too.
All who would like to help Santa
may send donations addressed just
the same as the children may address
their requests to "Santa Claus,' care
of the Munroe & Chambliss Bank, or
they can see him on the courthouse
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
future hopes now, pleasant memories
of the past take their place.
So it is when we look at a photo photograph
graph photograph of a dear friend or relative who
perhaps has passed out of our lives.
It revives the old love and recollec recollections
tions recollections most pleasant.
Your photograph will be appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated by those who love you always.
EUGENE A. REVELS,
High grade portraits in sepia-water
color, copying and enlarging, over the
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala,
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane ia now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tl
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals ia the city for 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 Christinas.
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 : Ceng's
Drug Store. ., 6-tf
Flaconettes ia the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
us prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
In the Presbyterian Church
WEDHESDAY, DEC. 14
at 7:30 O'clock
Junior Meeting at 4 O'clock
Address by S. Wilkes Dendy,
a forceful and interesting
Field Secretary, All
Everybody cordially invited
Hating purchased the stock and fixtures of the Allemand
Jewelery Store in the Harrington Halt Block, I take this me method
thod method of announcing that I tdll endeavor to maintain the high
standard ivHch has pretdled in this establishment in the past.
Besides earring a complete line of Jewelery end its kindred
lines, I shall maintain an up-to-date repair department trith
competent help. My holiday announcement in I I appear in a
few days. Soliciting a share of the patronage of the people
of this section and assuring all that they uill gtt a square deal
in every tiansaction, I am
SAM T. WILSON
When You Use Our
You know that yoa are getting a product tkatis made of
the best materials to be had, and no cdclterants are used.
Why not get your Xmas candy supply fresh? We make it
every day. Come in and look over our line.
LOG CABIN PECAN ROLL, 15c PERiPOUND
ATLANTIC CITY SALT WATER TAFFY 5 Cents a Package
J. H. REEDER, Prop.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT
I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. M. WILSON, Ocala, Florida
ROGERS-WILSON REALTY CO.
When In Doubt
117HAT fa more appropriate It
-. 4 TF Christmas gift? Photograplk
carry the personal feeling that SS
ready-made gift can ever con try.
A dozen "personality portraSJ
luxuriously enclosed in UltrmfxQ
Folders will solve at once dcc3
perplexing gift problems.
Arrange for an appointzaesi
002 us &
4 SERVICE TRY
The Blake Studio
California Budded Walnuts
New Brazil Nats,
Paper Shell Pecans,
Imported Malaga Table Rabins,
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Pineapple and Assorted Fruits,
" Candied Cherries ;
Maniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Codfish,
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Anti Pasto,
Samp (Big IJominy)
Real French Peas,
; Finnan Haddie,
- Whole Wheat Flour,
Plain Buckwheat Flour,
Edam Cheese Imported,
New York State Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
y Split Peas, etc
PHONES 16 and 174
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
cad Cheerful CloHies"
That's the combina combination
tion combination we offer you for the
Joyful Xmas season. Let
Santa Claus send your
suit through our Agency
J. A. CHANDLER
120 S. Main SL, Upstairs
. i Thompson Building
A very beautiful line of Leather
Goods, practical gif is for the business
man, useful gifts for the woman.
Shop early. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. GERIG. 5-6t
1 can now give yoo the
S Tery latest, up-to-date
V -E- methods, assuring you
jeff the mst careful Rnd
; thoro service.
OR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have aa elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theua Bros.,
The Furniture Men. 30-tf
That Increases in Valae
One of these large lots on
FORT KING AVE.
Fronts on Ft. King and
Own your home
When you pay rent you
have kissed your
" money goodbye
Sec L M. MURRY
The Girl a
The next morning I turned out at
break of, day, before anybody else was
up, slipped Into my clothes, straight straightened
ened straightened up my bank, and dropped through
the ladder hatchway to the main-deck.
I had told myself that the reason
for the daybreak turn-out was a desire
to see if the railroad people really had
been sufficiently In earnest about the
proposed copper mine branch to make
a survey for it; but the true underly underlying
ing underlying push was a biting reluctance to
have anything more to do with Buller Bullerton,
ton, Bullerton, or even to sit at table with him.
Tiptoeing through the common room,
so as not to wake Daddy Hiram, I
broke into Jeanle's kitchen and raided
the cupboard for a bite of something
118 Fort King Avenue
W. k. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Oeala, FUu Adrtf
Raided the Cupboard for a Bit of
Something to Eat.
to. eat. There was plenty of tread,
and some cold fried bam, and cutting
a couple of generous sandwiches, I
hiked out to make my breakfast in
The sandwiches disposed of, I began
to quarter the bench woodland back
and forth, searching for some Indica
tions of the 'railroad snrvey. In due
time I found one of the location stakes.
and from its facing and the markings
on it, pot the direction of the proposed
line and was aide to trace It for some
distance along the bench. As Dad Daddy
dy Daddy bad said, it ran within a few hun hundred
dred hundred yard? of the Cinnabar claim, and
a short sidetrack would make his sug suggestion
gestion suggestion perfectly feasible ; our ore
could be shot into the cars with but a
From tracing the railroad survey, I
edged around to take another look at
the possibilities of the drainage tunnel
Daddy and I had figured on. Going
over the ground this second time, and
with some better knowledge of the dif-'
Acuities, it appeared tht we must have
ridiculously underestimated the prob probable
able probable cost Pacing the distances care carefully,
fully, carefully, and guessing at the differences
in altitude by the heights of the trees,
I saw that it wouldn't be safe to count
upon less than a mile of tunneling,
and this, in the solid porphyry of Old
Cinnabar, and in a situation remote
from the nearest base of supplies,
would run no, it wouldn't run; it
would fairly gallop Into money.
Was this what Bullerton meant to do
if he could oust me? That he was ut utterly
terly utterly confident of his ability to drain
the Cinnabar was evident But how
was it to be done? Would lie, or his
backers, be willing to spend a Quar Quarter
ter Quarter of a million or more, and the better
part of a year's time, driving that
The longer I thought about it the
larger the; conviction grew that no
such expensive expedient was to be
resorted to. Bullerton, or his backers,
or both, knew some other and far
cheaper and more expeditious way of
getting rid of the water. Sitting on a
big rock that had in some former earth
convulsion tumbled from the broken
cliffs above the mine, I gave the me mechanical
chanical mechanical fraction of my brain (it was
a small fraction and sadly under-developed)
free rein. i
Two possibilities suggested them themselves.
selves. themselves. A siphon, a big pipe, starting
at the bottom of the shaft and leading
out over the top and down the moun mountain
tain mountain to a point lower than the shaft
bottom, would, after It was once
started, automatically discharge a
stream of its own bigness, whatever
that should be. But the cost of over
a mUe of such pipe was beyond my
means; and if two six-Inch pumps
driven night and day had failed to
make any impression upon the flood,
what could be expected of a siphon
which, In the nature of things, couldn't
be much bigger than an ordinary
street water main?
xae outer possibility was even less
hopeful. It was the driving of a short
tunnel, which Daddy and I might un undertake
dertake undertake without additional help, from
the level of the high bench straight in
to an intersection with the mine shaft
This, I estimated, might Up the water
at a point possibly twenty feet below
Its present level in the shaft Its suc success,
cess, success, as I saw at once, would depend
entirely upon the location and volume
of the underground lake which was
supposed to be supplying the flood. If
this reservoir were shallow and high
in the mountain, the short tunnel
might drain It If it were deep and
low, nothing would be accomplished.
The question was stiU hanging hope hopelessly
lessly hopelessly up in the air when I made my
way around to the mine buildings by
the left-hand gulch' path, 'sneaked in
and began to shuck myself into Dad Daddy's
dy's Daddy's extra pair of overalls; just, for
what, I hadn't the least idea ; only I
seeded to be doing something to keep
me from going completely dotty in the
By this time, as I knew, they would
be getting up from breakfast in the
cabin across the dump head, which
would most likely be Bullerton's cue
to come over and ride me some more.
When I looked out in sour anticipa anticipation,
tion, anticipation, here tut came, smoking one of his
high-priced cigars and swaggering a
bit as he always did In walking.
"This Is your thirty-thousand-dollar
day, Broughton, he tossed at me as
soon as he stepped over the threshold
of the shaft house door; but I fancied
I could notice that some way, he
didn't seem quite so chipper and care careless
less careless as he had ilie day before.
Se? here," I ripped out ; whaf s
the use? You can't buy this mine at
any price 1 It's not in the market and
It isn't going to be. Not in a thousand
"But see here ; what's the use of
butting your head against a stone wall?
You're stuck, world without end, and
you know it This flooded hole in the
ground is of no more use to you than
a pair of spectacles to a blind man!
"Perhaps not ; 'tis a poor thing, but
mine own. I guess I can keep it as
a souvenir If I feel like it can't ir
"Oh, h ir he gritted, and turning
on his heel went away.
After he had gone I patted myself
on the back a bit for not losing my
temper and. then, just to have an ex excuse
cuse excuse for staying away from the cabin
and the Bullerton vicinity, I made fires
under the boilers and got up steam. In
the former pumping spasm Daddy and
I had operated only the two big cen centrifugals,
trifugals, centrifugals, ignoring the deep-well pumps
designed to lift the water from the
lower levels of the mine.
Just to try something that we hadn't
tried before, I got steam on the deep
wellers, a ad soon found that the
.machinery,' which we hadn't taken
down in the general overhauling,
needed tinkering before it would be
safe to rein it Banking the boiler
fires, I went at the job single-handed
and managed to wear out the livelong
day at it.
It took me all the afternoon and
then some to get the machinery cleaned
and tinkered up and reassembled. In
pawing over the supplies in the mine
storeroomstuff left by the former op operators
erators operators we had found an acetylene
flare torch and a can of carbide and I
rigged the torch so that I" could go on
working after dark.
It was along about nine o'clock when
I got the deep-wells ready to run and
freshened up the fires and turned the
steam on. In curious contrast to the
care which had been taken to provide
a discharge outlet for the centrifugals,
the Cornish pumps had merely an iron
trough which ran to a ditch leading
down to the bench below the mine
buildings. After a few minutes of the
clanking and banging, the water began
to come. It was horribly smelling
stuff, thick-and discolored; evidences
sufficient that it was coming from the
bottom of the mine. The two pumps
together were lifting about an eight-
inch stream, and it occurred to me at
once that if I could set the centrlfu
gals going at the same time, the masa
attack might accomplish- what the
piece-meal assault couldn't.
Throwing In the clutch that drove
the big rotarles, I ran up against what
Daddy would have called a "circum "circumstance.'
stance.' "circumstance.' There wasn't power enough
to drive both sets of pumps coupled
in together; at least not with the
steam pressure the 'boilers were car
rying. Thinking to get more power by
pushing the fires a bit harder, I went
to the detached boiler room to stoke
up, leaving the deep wells clanging
away in the shafthouse. I had fired
two of the furnaces and was at work
on the third when a series of grind grinding
ing grinding crashes in the machinery sent me
flying to find out what was going
was happening what had al
ready happened was a plenty. .As I
have said, the great Cornish water
lifters were driven through a train
of gearing. When I reached the scene,
the steam engine was still running
smoothly, but the pumps had stopped.
The reason didn't have to be looked
for with a. microscope. The gear-train
was a wrack, with one of the wheels
smashed Into bits, and half of the
cogs stripped from its mesh-mate, if
that's what you'd call It
Mechanically I stopped the engine
and went' to view the remains. The
deep-wells were done for there was
no question about that; they'd never
run again until a new set of gears
should be installed. That much deter determined,
mined, determined, I began to look for the cause
of the calamity. Naturally, I supposed
that a cracked cog in one of the
wheels had given way, and with this
for a staJter, the general smash would
follow as a matter of course. But
a careful and even painful scrutiny of
the wreckage failed to reveal the cog
with the ancient fracture. Each break
FOR THE INFORMATION
OF THE VOTERS
The ballot you will be given to vote
at the city election tomorrow will be
very much like the following. We
have not seen the official ballot, and
do not know which comes first, the
councilmen from the first and third
wards or the councilman at large, but
the blanks indicate the general order:
Vote for One:
X E. G. PEEK
A. T. THOMAS
For Councilman at Large
Vote for One:
E. IL MARTIN
For Councilman First Ward
Vote for One:
H. W. HENRY
A. A. WINER
For Councilman Third Ward
Vote for One:
D. E. McIVER
W. R. PEDRICK
The cross marks on the above indi
cate, of course, the Star's preference.
They have to be put in somewhere, so
we consider we might as well give
o ir own candidates the benefit of the
advertising. The tlank line after each
ofiice is for the voter to write the
name of any candidate he or she pre prefers
fers prefers to the one indicated by the print
Remember, that while it is lawful
for you to memorize this ballot, it
will not be lawful for you to cut it out
and take it into the polling booth with
was new and fresh and clean; there
wasn't a sign of an old flaw la any
one of them.
, I think I must have knelt there
under the gear train for a half-hour or
more, handling the fragments of iron
and fitting them together. It was like
a child's broken-block puzzle, and af after
ter after a time I was able to lay all the
larger bits out upon the floor in their
proper relation to one another. It was
in the ground-up debris remaining that
I found something which suddenly
made me see red. Battered into shape shape-lessness,
lessness, shape-lessness, but still clearly recognizable,
were the crushed disjecta membra of
our twelve-Inch monkey-wrench!
I tried not to go off the handle in a
fit of mad rage. With a sort of forced
calm I considered every beam and pro projecting
jecting projecting timber where I might incau incautiously
tiously incautiously have left the wrench, and from
which it might have Jarred off to fall
Into the gears. There was no such
chance. I had used the wrench In re reassembling
assembling reassembling the machinery, but now
that I came to recall all the circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, I distinctly remembered hav having
ing having put it. together with the other
tools, on the little work bench back
of the engine. The "alternative con concision
cision concision was. therefore, fairly Inevit Inevitable.
able. Inevitable. While I was firing the furnaces,
somebody and doubtless somebody
who had been watching for the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity had taken advantage of the
moment when my back was turned and
had thrown the wrench into the gears.
lt was the final straw. There was
only one person on the Cinnabar res reservation
ervation reservation who could have any motive
for wrecking my machinery ; and while
I was banking the fires and setting
things In order for the night I charted
my course, as the navigators say. The
dawn of another day, I told myself,
would schedule the ultimate limit Un Unless
less Unless he should prove to be a good bit
quicker with his gun than I was with
my fists. Bullerton was due to get
the man-handling he seemed to be ach aching
ing aching for ; and beyond that he'd quit
the Cinnabar, if I should have to tie
him on his horse and flog the beast
half-way to Atropla.
It was with this most unchristian
design seething and boiling In my
brain that I finally went over to the
cabin, let myself In, and climbed
. stealthily up the loft ladder to my
blankets, and the next thing I knew,
it was broad daylight, the sun was
shining in at the little window over
the head of my bunk, and from the
kitchen at the rear a juicy and moat
appetizing odor of frying ham was
wafting itself up through the cracks
in the unchinked walls of my cubicle.
A good bargain is to get what you
want when you want it at a reason
able price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains when it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNITURE. Theua Bros. 30-tf
A P A R TM E NT
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Diode Phone 163 Ocala, Florida
"fhprrV Rpll" TrJ -'"W ahtat that
VUei IJf UHU a good as ny cad Ua in price
All former 20c pkgs.
Campbell's Soup in
per can JLtCiC
' four cans for
Octagon Soap, n
three bars for mIC
Cherry Bell Flour O 1 OC
24 1b. sack.. ?10
Cherry Bell Flour CC-
12 1b. sack. DOC
Sauers S. R. Flour C 1 1 A
24 lb. sack 1 1 U
Saner Self Rising r C
Flour, 12 lb. sack DOC
a Gold Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb sack..
C. Gold S. R. Cl OC
Flour, 24 lb. iackSl
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins...,
One pound of
Senate Coffee a r
per pound frUC
UNEEDa.S and all former
ioc pkgs. Crackers..,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle
Reddick Peanut Butter
Evaporated Milk, s
large, per dozen. O 1 U
small, per dozen....
One dozen packages
Pint jars or
Purina Feed lor Cows. Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
, Everything Good To Edt
HEATS and GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Phone - 243
A splendid selection of Ladies' Coats and Coat
Suits awaits you here, and the variety of goods
and prices make it certain we can please you.
All Wool, Silk lined plain
and fur trimmed Velours,
Bolivias and Plushes, nice
range of sizes
$18 to $50
Ladies9 Coat Suits
in Serges, Tricotines, Velors
and other popular fabrics of
the season, real values at
$20 to $59
Dependable Merchandise at Moderate Prices
"N the heart of the city, with
emmingr Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Star Ads are Busin ess Builders. Phone 51
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY. DECE3IBZS 12, 1S21
$2.00 PER LOAD DELIVERED
U. H. TODD LUMBER CO.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles. Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one..
Mrs. A. E. Delouest of Rennassler,
Ind., has arrived in Ocala to spend
the winter at her home.
Ladies! COATS Our sare just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles. FISHEL'S 12-3t
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Christmas cards "made in Dixie,"
at Gerig'3 Drug Store. 5-tf
Skin Clear and f lesh
firm With Yeast
Concentrated Tablets Easy and
Economical to Take Results
Cat That Firm Flash,
"Pro" and Haalthv Glow
at Youth Taka Mastin's
Yaaat VITAMON Tablets.
Every man or woman who has heard of the
wondrous haaith and beauty-making power of
tha vit&mines in yeast,- fresh vegetables and
other raw foods will be glad to know of the
amaiing results being obtained from the highly
concentrated yeast Mastin's VITAMON tab tablets.
lets. tablets. These supply a proper dose of all three
vitamines (A, B, and C) and are now used by
thousands who appreciate their economy, con convenience
venience convenience and quick results. Mastin's VITA VITAMON
MON VITAMON mixes with your food, helps it to digest
and provides the health-giving, strength-building
nourishment that your body must have to make
firm tissue, strong nerves, rich blood and a
keen, active brain. They will not cause gas or
upset the stomach, but, on the contrary, arc a
great aid in overcoming indigestibn or chronic
constipation. Pimples, boils and skin eruptions
seem to vanish as if by magic, leaving the
complexion dear and glowing with health. Be
sure to remember the name Mastin's VI-TA-MON.
Do not accept imitations or substitutes.
You can get Mastin's VITAMON Tablets at all
Are Posifcrrely Guaranteed
to Put On Firm Flesh.
Clear the Skin and Increase
Energy When Taken, With
Every Meal or Money Back
- Ai J-
refusing to quit
at the end oi its
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
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. 10-10t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION
The circuit court convened this
morning' for the fall term, Judge Bul
lock on the bench, State Attorney Sco-1 FQR gLE Lettuce and cabbage
field ready with a long list of cases
and the other officers at their posts.
The session promises to be a long: one,
as ther are many cases on both the
civil and criminal dockets. Following
is a list of the grand jurors:
Ernest C. Beuchler, foreman; Willie j FOR RENT For light housekeeping, j
plants, $1.50 per thousand or 20c.
per hundred; also collard plants,
$1.25 per thousand or 15c. per hun hundred.
dred. hundred. Apply to L. W. Holstun, at
Union Station. Ocala. 12-3t
M. Lewis, G. Ed Morgan, James L.
Campbell, W. R. McLendon, J. D. Har-
relL Raleigh Priest, J. C. Smoak, W.
C Cason, Robert Shortridge, P. A.
Liddell, J. B. George. L. II. Pillans,
A. L. Nott, J. C. Johnson, F. S. Keep,
Arthur Dopglas and A. L. Lucas.
Mr. ueo. w. 2mitn is acting as
two rooms and a reception hall and g
large porch. Apply at No. 24 Ray
bt, or phone oou.
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals
For Satislacrion Give Us a
PhDne 597 Mgrs. Phone 40S
AUCTION PARTY IN
HONOR OF VISITORS
The home of Mrs. Leverett Futch
on Fort King avenue was the scene
Saturday afternoon of a delightful
m auction party, given in honor of four
vistiors, Mrs. Raiford Simmons, Mrs.
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. SO-tf
Mr. L. W. Duval, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Clyatt and Mr. J. P. Phillips have
returned home after a week spent in
Orlando, attending the' Methodist
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
We are sole agents for the Gibson
line of Christmas Cards. "Nuff said.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
Parker "Lucky Curve" fountain
pens, regular and self -filling. They
are guaranteed. Large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t
Mr. Harry Palmer of Tampa, is vis visiting
iting visiting friends and relatives in his old
: We have had phenomenal success
on the wearing qualities 01 our
"SHOES." We sell you to sell again.
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
WANTED To rent, a 5. 6 or 7-foot
counter show case. Inquire at the
Candy Kitchen. No. 2 U-Serve
FOR SALE Modem bungalow, six
rooms, hall, bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Davies. 8-6t
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
r T t tt t 1 tr: I
vuauu am. iiarwug "a FOR KENT r urnisned bed room.
KlZer. I oitVioi. nnp Ar tvn KpVa Annlv to'
Mrs. Futch met her guests as they noe S. Orange St. or phone 169. 3t
1 1 i j 11 a .1 1
arriveu, ana presented mem u uie I
honorees, who received in the recep- F0R SALE Cabbage, onion and let-!
...... l 1 TT T TZA.i.i O C.
tion hal. Mrs. raul bimmons assist
ed the hostess, distributing the tally
cards and assisting the guests in lo
cating their tables. The rooms on the
lower floor were opened en suite and
a color motif of pink was carried out
with quantities of pink carnations anA
roses which were tastefully arranged.
After several rounds of auction, I WOOD AND ORANGES A nice lot
the scores were collected and it was I of oak and pine wood in stove and
found that Mrs. Frederick Hocker was 1 fireplace size $5.50 per cord of :
the winner of the first prize, a pair of 1 three strands or $2 per strand. Also
tuce plants. H. P. Bitting. 3-t
X-MAS CAKES, ETC. Orders taken
for cakes of all kinds; also raisin
and nut bread. Give your orders
now for your Xmas fruit cake.
Mrs. L. W. Ponder, phone 461 or
Anv Hat in house
Mrs. R. G Blake expects to leave
this week to spend the Christmas
holidays in West Palm Beach, with
her son-in-law ana daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Effinger.
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
arid driuk all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
id gift-'boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
Shop early and avoid the rush.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
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
silk stockings, and Mrs. Maude Home
the booby, a box of handkerchiefs.
Mrs. Futch presented each of the
nonor guests witn a dainty remem
brance of this pleasant occasion in
the shape of a linen Madeira handker
At the conclusion of the games, the
hostess assisted by Mrs. Paul Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Mrs. Edmund Martin, Mrs.
Harry Walters, Miss Callie Gissen Gissen-daner
daner Gissen-daner and Miss Margaret Hocker,
served chicken salad, salted wafers,
olives, orange ice, coffee and crystaliz crystaliz-ed
ed crystaliz-ed orange peel. A spring of maiden maidenhair
hair maidenhair fern placed on each serving plate
added to the attractiveness of the ap appointments.
pointments. appointments. Those playing during: the afternoon
were Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. J. H.
Walters, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs.
Fred Hocker, Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs.
Grider Perkins, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. Mamie Hall, Mrs.
Edward Tucker, Mrs. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, Mrs. Parker Painter, Mrs. Paul
Simmons, Mrs. Ernest Crook, Mrs.
M. A. Home, Mrs. Edmund Martin,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. B. F.
Coondon, Mrs. Sam Leigh, Mrs. S. B.
Ware, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs. Carl
Ray, Mrs. W. M. Palmer, Mrs. P. G
Murphy, Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs.
Howard Hitchings, Mrs. Milby Lloyd,
Mrs. Robert Anderson Jr., Mrs. Nor
ton Davis, Mrs. R. S. HalL Mrs. O. E.
Cox, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. H. C.
Nichols, Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs
Paul Theus, Mrs. E. L. Carney Mrs
T. H. Johnson, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs.
T. P. Drake. Mrs. T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. W. T. Gary,
Mrs. W. P. Preer, Mrs. C. G. Rose,
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Mrs. E. T. Hel Hel-venston.
venston. Hel-venston. Misses Mary McDowell, Mary
Burford, Elizabeth Davis, Ethel
Home, Lucile and Callie Gissendaner,
Margaret Lloyd, Katherine Pyles,
Nettie Camp, Margaret Hocker and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter MacDowell,
atfer a pleasant visit in Ocala with.
Mrs. W. M. MacDowell and Miss
Mary MacDowell, have returned to to-their
their to-their home in Roanoke, Va.
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
Star Ads are Business Bilders. Phone 51
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-t
" Mf W. R. Bailey, ex-service man,
is home from the public health hospi hospital
tal hospital at Greenville, S C.
have a nice lot of oranges at $1 per ;
hundred or $2.50 a packed box. W.j
D, Cam, phone 191. 30-tf j
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used!
in private family only. Price, $250.1
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison j
. garage. 26-tf
WOOD Cordrey can deliver you 14
and 15-inch wood, seasoned oak,
split ready for the stove, at $8.50
per cord. Or four-foot wood at $4
a cord. L. E. Cordrey, phone 434,
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck
excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
HEMSTITCHING At Sir.per Sewing-
Machine office. No. 2 Fcrt King!
Ave Mall orders returned sama day)
as received. 28-tf
' ... (
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, eld
Converse lot at A. C. L depot. 15-tf
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and sjlver. Prompt service.
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t
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
Apalachicola select oysters every
d?y, 65 cents a quart, 52.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Smoke Don Reyv That good cigar.
Everybody in Ocala is glad to greet
Mr. Norman F. Pratt, now represent representing
ing representing a York, Pa., machinery company,
and who is in town for a brief visit.
This is the first time Mr. Pratt has
been here since before the war,
which he faithfuly did his bit.
This is a Studebaker year.
Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla Flaconettes
conettes Flaconettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Peter Russell Du Boise, Complainant,
vs. Lillian Hope Mapp DuBoise.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Lillian Hope
Mapp DuBoise, be and is hereby re re-cuired
cuired re-cuired to appear to the bill of com complaint
plaint complaint filed in this cause on or before
3Ionday, the 2nd day of January, 1922.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in tha
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 25th day of November, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By R. K. Batts, D. C
II. M. Hampton,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-23-mon
FOR SALF Six room modern house;
lights, bath and sewer connection;
on nice lot close in for less than
ccst of building. Address, "Bar "Bargain,"
gain," "Bargain," care Star. 12-2-12t
COOD WANTED Colored man or
woman on farm six miles north of
' Ocala. Eight dollars a week. Ref Ref-eiences
eiences Ref-eiences required. Address P. O.
Box 522, Ocala. 12-3t
REFRIGERATORS Now is the time
to save money on that refrigerator.
Just received a carload. Bought
when the price was right, and we
can assure our patrons the same
privilege If you have an old one,
we will exchange with you, allowing
ycu a fair price for yours. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. 12-tf
PHONAGRAPHS That old phono phono-giaph
giaph phono-giaph that you have discarded,
send it in, or call us up and we will
send our salesman to give you an
estimate on same in exchange for
one of our up-to-date Columbia or
Pathe machines. New records al always
ways always on hand. Goldman. 12-tf
FURNITURE We buy, exchange and
sell all kinds of furniture. If you
have any odd pieces of furniture
that do not mctch your suite, ex exchange
change exchange them for some that does
m&tch. We take your o!d goods as
part payment. Goldman's. 12-tf
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Stora. 5-tf
This is a Studebaker year.
We have oj hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needhara Motor Co. 12-tf
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalaiers
G. B. Ov-rtsn, Mgr.
Lit Us Furnish
Makers of the
Arrival and departure of passenger
lrah.3 at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schetiule figures pob pob-I
I pob-I -hed r.s. inforr.vtk.n ni not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Easiern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AUt LINE RAILROAD
2:2Uam Jacksonville-' Vork 2:10 am
i:55pm JackeorviUp 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petnbrg 4:05 ra
2; .5 am N'Vork-St Petrbrg 1:35 am
2:15 ari r..r i a 2:15am
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :25 pa
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE E. E.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 an
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pra
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pra
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
:r.:l.ir.j I.eesfcu's C;42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tneday. Thardav. Satuniav.
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and i better
(work for the money than any other
v.ntractor in the city.
Ij FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. Ct
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mods:title Ocala weekly star
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mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
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Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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sobekcm:Name Porter & Harding
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sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1921 1921
2 12 December
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