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Plot ided Oar Senate or Some Other
Cranky Element Doesn't Break
Up Agreement Between
The Four Powers
Washington, Dee. 13. (Associated
Press.) The new quadruple treaty to
preserve peace in the Pacific., was
; formally signed txiay by plenipoten plenipotentiaries
tiaries plenipotentiaries of the United States, Great
Britain, France :anl Japan.
IT MUST BE GOOD LAFOLLETTE
Washington. Dee, 13. Declaring
tl.e new four-power Pacific treaty had
"all the iniquitieu of the league of na na--
- na-- tions with one of the virtues claimed
for that document' Senator La Toi Toilette
lette Toilette today announced in a formal
statement he 'would do all in his power
j,to prevent ratification.
MAKING AN OFFICIAL
AND UP-TO-DATE MAP
Of the State Resolved on At the Meet Meeting
ing Meeting of Auto and Trade Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives at Orlando
Mr. A. C. "Blowers returned Mon Monday
day Monday night from Orlando, where he
went to represent the Marion County
Board of Trade at the meeting in that
city yesterday designated as a council
of the various automobile and trade
bodies of the state. Mr. Blowers was
accompanied by Mr. C. E. Simmons.
Mr. Blowers repcris that the meeting
gave its attention in the main to a
discussion of road maps of the state.
A resolution wai adopted providing
for a committee ol five, with F. O.
Miller of Jacksonville, a3 chairman,
to obtain from the state road depart?
ment an official ?bad map of Florida,
which the various auto and trade
bodies cf the state will be asked to
adopt. It was pointed out that there
are at present too many different road
maps issued and that some are very
misleading. The publication of a
multiplicity of road guides was dis discouraged.
couraged. discouraged. Arrangements were made for a
meeting in Jacksonville next month
of all auto clubs of the states of
North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee that are affiliated with the Amer American
ican American Automobile Association, for the
purpose of securing closer co-operation
in regard to the routing of motor
"parties, into Florida especially.
COAST LINE TRAIN
SKIPPED THE TRACK
Charleston, S. C., Dec. 13, No fa fatalities
talities fatalities have been reported from the
derailment of several cars of A. C. L.
train No. 89, 15 miles south of Char Charleston,
leston, Charleston, last night. Two passengers
were repotred injured but no serious seriously.
ly. seriously. Coast Line trains are detouring
over the Seaboard track temporarily.
MORSE HELD UNDER
FIFTY THOUSAND BAIL
Washington, Dsc. 13. Charles W.
Morse was arrigned here today before
the United States commissioner on a
warrant charging conspiracy to de defraud
fraud defraud the United States. The warrant
was served in the commissioner's of office
fice office by a United States deputy mar marshal.
shal. marshal. Morse pled not guilty, waived
hearing and furniaihed $50,000 bail for
his appearance before the grand jury.
A CLUB ENTERTAINED
Miss Mabel Meffert was hostess
Mondav nieht at her home on Lake
Weir avenue to this A Club at its regu
lar weekly meeting. Auction was the
game of the evening at which Miss
Mary Burford was the winner of the
first prze and Miiis Ava Lee Edwards
the booby. At the conclusion of the
games the hostesn served a salad
course with coffee. The following
were the members and visitor pres.
ent: Mrs. R. S. 1111, Mrs. W. M. Pal
mer, Mrs. B. C. Withers, Mrs. H. C.
Miss Mary Burford, Miss Pearl Ray,
Nichols, Mrs. Carl Ray, Mrs. B...L
Anderson Jr., Mrs. Edmund Martin.
Miss Ava Lee Edwards, Miss Eloise
Henry, Miss Elisabeth Davis, Mis3
Hannay Ellis, Miss Stella Camp, Miss
Nettie Camp, Mis Margaret Lloyd,
Mrs Eliza E. Blitch died at the
home of J. J. Prie st at Morriston early
Monday morning. She was aged 69
years. The funeral took place at 4
o'clock at Fellowship church. Rev.
Plummer of Anthony officiated, assist assisted
ed assisted by Rev. Phillips of Morriston. Mrs.
Elitch leaves to mourn her death one
son, Mr. T. E. Carter of Fellowship.
Director of Veterans Bureau Is Giving
Camp Johnston and Lake City
the Once Over
Jacksonville, Dec. 13. Col. Forbes,
director of the veterans bureau, in
spected Camp Johnston today to de
termine whether he would recommend
the camp as a site for a vocational
university for the purpose of educat educating
ing educating war veterans. He will go to Lake
City tomorrow to inspect the govern government
ment government hospital there, and leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night for Chattanooga, Tenn.
SHE-SHERIFF HAS A
PROBLEM TO SOLVE
Who Killed Miss Magneson; School
Teacher at Wauken
Wauken. Iowa, Dec. 13. There is no
clue to r the murderer of Miss Edda
Magneson, school teacher, who was
beaten to death late yesterday at her
school near town, Mrs. Gunda Martin-
dale, sheriff of Allamakee county, said
today. Mrs. Martindale. has been
sheriff since May 1st, when her hus husband,
band, husband, who held that office, died, and
she was appointed to fill the unex unexpired
pired unexpired term.
MARINES SEEM OUT OF
LUCK IN MANAGUA
Washington Dec. 13. Three Amer
ican marines were, slightly wounded
in a fiesta day brawl Thursday in
Managua, Nicarague, navy department
reports today said.
FOR THE VETERANS
May be Completed in the Next Three
Months Work of Congress
,. (Associated. Press)
Indianapolis, Dec. 13. Enactment
of the veterans adjusted compensation
bill will be completed by Congress
within ninety days, according to in information
formation information given Commander McNider.
of the American Legion, by Senator
McCumber and Representative Ford Ford-ney.
ney. Ford-ney. McNider telegraphed Lemuel
Boles, national adjutant of the legion,
this information today from Washi
AN APPEAL TO
CITIZENS OF OCALA
Confidence men are now in
Do you want them to repeat this
winter their swindling operations
through which tourists lost thousands
of dollars last winter after being in induced
duced induced to visit a fake broker's office
maintained for several months in a
If you wish to stamp out this blem
ish on your city's fair name,; please
give me at once Information showing
what business transactions confidence
men had with local people serving to
show their presence here, where they
resided, what names they used and
Information given will be treated in
confidence, if desired.
Postoffice Inspector Graham,
Care of Postoffice, Ocala, Fla.'
NOTICE, CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
Ladies Aid of Christian church will
have on display at the band stand
Thursday, Dec. 15, hand made aprons,
handkerchiefs, scarfs and numerous
articles suitable for, gifts. Prices
reasonable. Look before buying else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. 13-2t
NOTICE, CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
Ladies' AW of Christian church will
have on display at the band stand
Thursday, Dec. 15, hand made aprons,
handkerchiefs, scarfs and numerous
articles suitable for gifts." Prices
reasonable. Look before buying else
ENJOYABLE RECITAL i
Last nieht at Mount Zion M. E.
church. Rev. A. Emanuel pastor, Geo
D. Hernandez, of New York, a lync
tenor possessing a voice of unusual
merit., and Florida L. DesVeraey,
violinist, who has delighted Ocala au
diences before, gave a concert that
was much enjoyed by those present.
A number of white people were in
the audience and speak highly of the
ability of the two artists appearing
on the program.
Ladies' HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHELS. 12-3t
Chicago's SUck Gunman Has Many
Friends Who Are Trying To
Throw Off the Scent
Chicago, Dec 13, Two more clues
to the line of flight of Tommy O'Con
nor, tne condemned gunman, were
given the police early today. A tele telephone
phone telephone call from the police at Hart Hartford,
ford, Hartford, Wis., aid three men, one re re-resembling
resembling re-resembling O'Connor alighted from an
early morning train and registered at
a small hotel. Later, a man from
Milwaukee appeared at the police sta
tion and handed a card to a detective,
saying it was given him as he was
about to leave Milwaukee for Chicago.
On the card was written: "Dont send
any one after me. I am innocent. I
will shoot the first man who puts his
hands on me."
RESIGNED AT THE MUZZLES
OF OPPONENTS RIFLES
Guatemala City, Dec- 1. The leg legislative
islative legislative assembly yesterday accepted
the resignation of President Carlos
Herrera, whose administration was
overthrown in the revolution last
CLEAN-UP WORK POSTPONED
Clean-up week will be postponed un until
til until after New Year, when we hope to
have the co-operation of every one to
get the town cleaned up, before the
tourist season opens.
Mrs. John Good, Chairman,
Civics, Woman's Club.
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, president of
the Parent-Teachers' Association,
gives the following notice: Major
Butler of the oral hygiene unit, who is
holding a dental clinic in Ocala this
week, will give a lecture in the assem assembly
bly assembly hall of the high school building on
Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to attend.-
MRS. KIRBY ON TRIAL
Adrian, Mich,. Dec. 13. The trial
of Mrs. Mattie Kirby, prominent tem temperance
perance temperance worker ot Hudson, Mich., on
the charge of murdering the. infant
born to her unmarried daughter. Alice,
last July 4th, was set to begin here
today. -"!:$ .:: ;
EXPORTS FEXL OFF
Washington, Dec. 13. Exports dar daring
ing daring November were the lowest for any
month this year, while imports were
higher than at any time during the
lost six months, according to monthly
foreign trade reports issued today by
the commerce department.
KANSAS COAL MINE
STORMED BY WOMEN
Pittsburg, Dec. 13. A mob of wom
en estimated at two thousand, wives
and 'mothers of striking Kansas coal
miners, J adherents of Alexander
Howat, stormed a mine of the Jack
son Walker Company shortly after 5
o'clock yesterday morning, preventing
miners employed at the mine from
returning to work. The women ap
peared to have no leader. They were
The many Ocala friends of Mr. John
F. Williamson will be gratified to read
the following from the De Land News:
John F. Williamson is completely
exonerated of the charges of arson.
During the noon recess t of circuit
court yesterday Louis Daniels made a
statement to the state's attorney,
Geo. A. DeCottes that 1 his evidence
was a fabrication of lies made in an
effort to free William Hill, main wit witness
ness witness for the state. Acting on this in information
formation information the state's attorney in open
court asked that the jury be instruct
ed to render an acquittal of Mr. Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson which was done. The second
indictment was nolle pressed by the
state. William HilL whose testimony
caused all the trouble for Mr. Will
iamson, was immediately placed un under
der under arrest and is. in jail probably un under
der under a charge of arson. It is stated
on good authority that Hill begged
last night to plead guilty. On the
face cf it, a grave injustice has been
done Mr." Williamson and; his com
plete acquittal is a so arce of gratifi
Men's Furnishings and Hats. We
can please yon. FISHELS. 12-3t
la the Hub City of Culture and The
Central City of Florida. Elec-.
tiotis are Going On
Boston, Dec. 13. Voters of this
city went to the polls today to elect a
mayor. There were four candidates
on the ballot, all trithout party desig
nation. All the candidates but Charles
Baxter, however, are democrats
state and national polities.
Notice of the death of Mr. Albertus
Vogt, which occurred in Jacksonville
yesterday, has just been received in
Ocala. The remains will arrive on
the Seaboard tomorow at 1:30 p. m.
Interment will be made near Santos.
the funeral services taking place di
rectly on arrival of the body. Roberts
Spencer, funeral directors, will
have charge of the arrangements
COLONY OF MENNONITES
t ARRIVE IN ALABAMA
Yellow Pine, Ala., Dec. 13. One
thousand Mennonites from Canada
arrived here today in special cars with
all their property, including cows,
horses, pigs, chickens, to settle on a
large tract of land. They prepared
immediately to build homes and pre-
part soil for next year's crops.
FISH FROM LITTLE
LAKE KERR WrINS PRIZE
The December issue of Field and
Stream gives a list of prize winners
in its big fish contest. The name of
Jake Goldman is given as winner of
third prize in the southern district.
The southern district is composed of
all the territory south of the Mason
and Dixon line east of the Mississippi
river. Field and Stream's contest was
divide into different territories and
different classes of bass. Jake's prize
was for a large mouth bass. The prize
winning fish was caught in Little
Lake Kerr on Sept. 8th. It weighed
14 V pounds, was 32 inches long and
21 inches around its middle. Jake
is very. proud of winning third place
in this contest and is also delighted to
receive a $35 outfit of fishing tackle
as his reward.
GIRL WAS HANDY
WITH HER GUN
Jacksonville, Dec. 13, R. L. Grif-
fis, 42, a railroad shop mechanic, was
shot here last night by Miss Clara
Cail, 16 years old, but probably will
recover. Griffis was shot under the
heart and with another bullet in the
head, was believed to be fatally
wounded. Griffis, the police said,
Hoarded with the girl' mother and
the girl told the officers she shot him
after he slapped her when she became
involved in an aigument between
Griffis and her mother.
Rev. C. W. White pastor and Rev.
W. P. Buhrman presiding elder, are
returned to Ocala by the Methodist
conference, just adjourned at Orlando.
The next conference will meet -with
the Hyde Park church in Tampa.
WORK CANT" BE STOPPED
SAYS ATTORNEY GENERAL
Tallahassee, Dec. 13. Any effort to
prevent capitol extension work will be
ineffective in the opinion of Attorney
General Buford, commenting on ad
vices that a firm of Ocala attorneys
plans to seek an injunction against
proceeding with the additions and im
provements to the state building.
D. E. nORNE
Mr. D. E. Home died this morning
at his home in the city. Deceased was
in his 56th year and leaves three sons,
Messrs. W. M. Home, Frank Horne
and Charles Home. The funeral will
be held tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock from the undertaking parlors
of Roberts & Spencer. Interment in
The sad news of the death of Mrs.
O. H. P. Beall of Davisboro, Ga,
which occurred Wednesday at her
home there, has just been received in
Ocala. Mrs. Beall was the mother of
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss, who was called
to the bedside of her mother about
ten days ago. Mrs. Chambliss has
the sympathy of her friends in her
Striking Miners in Coal Region Of
Kansas Receive the -Stresaous
Support of Their Spouses
Pittsburgh, Kans., Dec. 13. The
militant women marchers of the Kan
sas coal fields went into action again
before daylight today and stopped
miners from working at three mines
of the Central Coal and Coke Com
pany. Several motor cars were wreck wrecked,
ed, wrecked, in melees and several persons in
jured. Violence featured, the attack
of the women. They threw stones and
red pepper. The dinner buckets of 85
miners were seized and the contents
thrown upon the miners and officers.
The miners were driven away from
SAVED MONEY BY
COMLNG TO FLORIDA
Palatka, Decl 12. E. H. 'Whitten,
his wife and six children have arriv
ed here and are camped on Palatka
Heights because he decided it would
be cheaper to spend the winter in
Florida than in Maine. Mr. Whitten,
a civil engineer who finds his busi
ness virtually suspended during the
winter months, said he originally
planned to spend the winter in
Brngor. After he had purchased $300
worth of. coal and contemplated other
purchases, excessive light bills, heavy
clothing for his family and himself,
Mrs. Whitten and he decided it would
be a saving of money to come to Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. I have already saved the price of
the trip south and two of my younger
children gained several pounds in
weight on the way down here," he
I Carryinf On With the
After Herbert Delaney, ex-service
man of Caledonia. Mich. -bad vbot and
killed a deputy sheriff who wt try-
ng to arrest him. American Lexion
men. of the city formed a posse and
captured the man.
A Purvey of land 'settlement proj
ects tbrsughout the state has been
begun by the American Legion of
Washington. Under the law, ex-?rvk-e
men have a preference right In filing
on all public lends.
The retirement of S.000 siclc and
wounded emergency officers of tlie
World war with pay on the same
status as officers of rne regular armj
are retired, is being arged on con-
press by the American Legion.
President Hardin has been invited
to accompany the Hood River. Ore-
post of the American Legion on it
annual climb of Mount Hood next sum summer.
mer. summer. Governor Oi'-ott of Oregon led
the Legion party to the summit Ii
the ctimb this year.
Demonstrating the nse of the air
plane as a busy man's time ,aver.
Theodore Roosevelt, assistant secre
tary of the navy, flew from WashiBjr-
ton. D. C to Asbury Park. N. J- to
add res-, the annual convention of the
state American Legion. The trip was
made in two hours.
Believing that the man still Is
suffering from tlie effects of a severe
wound received while In action In
France, the American Legion of Has
tings. Mich., Is seeking to have de determined
termined determined the sanity of Frank Souies.
former service man, serving a life term
In the Michigan state prison for
The sale for taxes of the estate of
John J. Pershing, father of the general
of the armies, in Tangipahoa parish.
Legion and the Ceneral h bet-n
reauested to make the tate a ailable
for colonisation by his winded com-
rades now taking vocational training
Plans for a $10.0(10 war memorial at
Duluth, Mlnnu to honor the men and
woraeo who served during the Worid
war. were abandoned recently at the
request of the American Legion repre representatives
sentatives representatives who contended that it a
no time to erect a monument. The
"memorial committee sought to honor
jobless and hungry.
The recent establishment of a po-t
in Constantinople carries the American
Legion Into the second country aligned
against the allies ia the World war.
The post was formed of American
naval and embassy attaches and repre representatives
sentatives representatives of several American linns
commercially engaged in Turkey.
There ts a large post of the Leg
at Coblenx. Germany.
Gift Books for all- Some of the old oldest
est oldest and some of the newest favorites
at THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t
Thursday Nijrht, Dec. 22, on Which
-Matters of Vital Interest to Oar
County Will be Presented
When the Board of Trade meets
Thursday night, December 22, to dis discuss
cuss discuss plans and a program of work for
the coming year, the secretary will
recommend several amendments to
the constitution and by-laws of the
organization. He will recommend
that the name of the organization be
changed from Marion County Board
of Trade to Marion County Chamber
cf Commerce, in accordance with the
movement throughout the country to
make the titles of commercial organi
zations uniform. Other recommnrfa-
tions will be an amendment to change
the regular meetings, to provide that
egular meetings shall be held upon
Sates determinable by the board of
governors not less frequently than
once in three months, and providing
tht special meetings may be called
upon a written request from ten mem members
bers members of the organization; an amend
ment to provide that at special nieet-
ings only such business shall be trans-
acted as the meeting shall be called
for; and an amendment to provide
that resolutions shall be submitted in
writing and that no resolution shall
be submitted, unless it has previously
had the approval of the board of gov governors,
ernors, governors, without a general statement
of the subject matter is made, in
which case the objection of two mem members
bers members to. its immediate presentation
shall cause the resolution to be re referred
ferred referred to a committee to be reported
upon at the next regular meeting.
The secretary will recommend that in
the future members be signed up for
an indefinite period, until the member
leaves the city and county or dies, in
order that annual membership drives
might be done away with and the or organization
ganization organization put on a more permanent
basis and in a better position to plan
work extending over a period of years.
At the meeting cn December 22 the
members will be asked to 'discuss a
tentative program of, work for the
coming year. Free discussion will be
asked for. The secretary points out,
however, that the by-laws provide
that no member shall speak more than
five minutes on any one subject.
A wedding which occurred last
Thursday came as a complete surprise
to the friends of the couple. It was
the marriage of Mr. Joe Parh.am of
Dunnellon, to Miss Bemice Smith, of
this city, and took place at Bronson.
It was a runaway match, the parties
meeting at one of the stores in town
and going by automobile to Bronson,
where they wer made man and wife.'
Mrs. Parham is the youngest daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith of this
city, and a sister of Mrs. L. IL Pil Pil-lans.
lans. Pil-lans. Since living in Ocala and at attending
tending attending school here she has made a
large circle of friends who will wish
her much joy and happiness.
Mr. Parham is connected with the
Standard Oil Company at Dunnellon,
where in the future Mr. and Mrs. Par Parham
ham Parham will make their home.
Best wishes and congratulations are
extended to the couple for their fu future
ture future happiness and good luck.
Mrs. IL A. Davies has just received
letter from her brother, Joslyn Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, who is on the return trip of a
three months' cruise from New York
to Seattle, Wash, and "returning via
the Panama canaL While in San
Francisco he had a pleasant visit with
his aunt, Mrs. Rkhard Epperson, nee
Miss Louise Hooper. Mrs. Epperson
is the proprietor of a prosperous and
up-to-date millinery shop and her
friends in Ocala. where she lived for a
number of years, will be glad to hear
of her success. Mr. Moorhead expects
to arrive in New York by the 23rd of
I December and by close connections
j will spend Christmas day with his
Listers, Mrs. IL A. Davies and Mrs.
Lawrence Kelly, ia Ocala.
Beautiful DOLLb. We have really
beautiful sleeping doILs. FISHELS. St
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents;1 special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A a carte
service day and night. West side of
tf DEWEY &. LAWRENCE.
Plant now and have abundance of
h:gb value green feed for dairy cows,
"igs, chickens, etc For plants and
articualrs F. XW. Ditto, Ocala,
Give a bog of "EVER WEAR or
"WONDERHOSE." Your salvation,
mother. Only at FISHEL'S. 12-2t
For the People of New York With
Wage Disputes and Twa Big
Strikes Looming Up
New York, Dec. 13. Nev- Vo'k's
industrial horizon -assumed a more
pessimistic o-jtlock this morrir,. Two
great strikes that would involve mor
than 1 00,COO men men in the metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan area appeared in the back
ground ar.J rumblings of wae dil
utes coeiing "from two r-oints. rail
road maintenance of way and shon
vra.iiamen ana traudmg trades. Of
these the threatened walkoct In the
building trades, which alone would
affect nearly one hundred thousand
workers here is pointed out as having
serious possibilities. The drastic wage
cuts to be drafted tomorrow -will be
fought to the utmost, union leaders
HOLOCAUST IN A
DETROIT BOARDING HOUSE
" (Associated Press)
Detroit, Dec. 13. Seven persons
were burned to dtath in a fire that
destroyed a boardir.g house rear Eoy Eoy-al
al Eoy-al Oak suburb today. Three others
were so badly burned it is believed
they will die.
V HAT WILL SANTA
CLAUS WEAR? THAT'S
THE QUESTION NOW
'My regular costume is pretty heavy
and trimmed with fur, and that will
never do for a sub-tropical climate.
However, my face is round like a full
moon and red enough to. make one
think that I have been using paint.
Of course, my beard is long and white
and I couldn't possibly aCow that to
be cut, and so I have ordered my new
Si.nta Claus suit, light weight, and it
is just the same scarlet hue as my
old one and with white trimmings too,
and the Santa Claus tailor says it
will surely be ready by Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. So when I appear on the
courthouse square that afternoon I
don't think you will have any diSc alty
in recognizing me. And then don't
'cse any time, but come st once and
tell me what you would like for Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. Remember, first come first serv served,
ed, served, no matter who it is for the mu municipal
nicipal municipal Christmas tree is for aH the
boys and girls in the city and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country, good ones as well
as bad one3, blondes as wel las bru bru-as
as bru-as bad ones, blondes as well as bru bru-fat..
fat.. bru-fat.. In fact, all the boys and girls
who come to the Christmas tree on the
city lot on Christmas eve will be treat treated
ed treated equally.
P. S.: To the parents and friencs of
the children I would just like to say
that the civic committee of the Yeom Yeoman's
an's Yeoman's Club asked me to serve asxpress
agent for Ocala's municipal Chrifttaas
tree, and because I love all the chil children
dren children and enjoy nothing more than to
see a whole lot of them happy, I glad gladly
ly gladly agreed to hip in this way. I am
doing this simply as a resident of the
city (not for one moment in my capa capacity
city capacity as rector, for this movement is
absolutely undenominational) who is
only desirous of increasing the get get-together
together get-together spirit in oar city and its en environs;
virons; environs; and I am always ready to help
along any effort to further this end.
Every subscription will be duly
acknowledged in the papers, and ev every
ery every cent raised will be expended for
the purpose for which it was raised,
namely, the giving of pleasure and
happiness to al lof the children of the
whole community through the munici municipal
pal municipal Christmas tree. The sum needed
will be just about the same as that
raised for the Girk' Industrial School
Christmas tree, and one dollar is just
a nice sized cpntnbution.
Let'3 go! John J. Neighbour.
This by way of a starter:
J IL Benjamin -. $ 2.00
John J.-Neighbour 1.C0
REGISTERED AT THE
BOARD OF TRADE
Following is a list of recent regis registrations
trations registrations at the Board of Trade: IL A.
Rigscn, St. Louis; J. IL Wiggir., A. II.
Wi-gin, Keyer Fall. Me.; W. IL Ev Evans,
ans, Evans, Indianapolis, Inch; Mrs. Jennie
Willet, Monmouth, 111.; ..Jack Butte s,
Crothersville, Ind.; E. F. Mitchell, Ft.
Meade, Fla.; S. Haynes, Hope, Ark.;
J 11. Terry, Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and
Mrs."C. S. Famhara, New Haven,
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. IL T. Womack
and sons, Augusta, Ga.; T. II, Reese,
New Market, Ala.; C. B. Gates, Tif Tif-ton,
ton, Tif-ton, Ga.; 7. HolIin?worth, Bessemer,
Ala.; E. N. Lewis, Sneads, Fla.
Log Cabin candy at haif pries. All
kinds of heme ms.de cs.r. ,'i-: r:.Ii
daily." Quality Fruit i:rs, rjxt t
t flu mvk ;M!tF "fr
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1921
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The first woman to vote in an Ocala
city election was Mrs. Mattie Black
burn, 426 East Okla waha avenue, and
we will bet our next week's salary she
voted right. :
Dependable goods; backed by atten attentive
tive attentive and polite salesman and persis persistent
tent persistent advertising mean success.
Editor Frazier of the Williston
Press is elated over the arrival of an
eight-pound son at his home. Wonder
if Harry is going to raise him on
printer's ink, ;
Probably the reason why de Valera
is trying to prevent the Anglo-Irish
agreement is because he knows that
if it goes into effect he will have to
work for a living.
Georgia is said to have produced an
unusually large number of nuts, says
the Chattanooga News.' And it might
have added, including Tom Watson.-Times-Union.
More like a toadstool than a nu.t
The city election for 1921 is over.
It ends a rather quiet campaign; a
friendly dispute among neighbors
about what is be3fc for the old town.
Let's all accept the result cheerfully
and help the successful candidates to
keep their promises. A successful
candidate's memory always needs
help.: ; ;
The conduct of Senator Watson in
threatening to slap the face of an
army officer because the officer was
looking at him, stamps the Georgian
as a lunatic. It is impossible that
any sane man would behave so. Wat Watson
son Watson is obsessed. He has been nourish nourishing
ing nourishing hates for thirty years, and now
they are consuming what is left of his
Newspaper advertising won't make
up for poor buying, slovenly manage management
ment management or exaggerated prices, but if you
have the "goods to deliver" it will help
That four-power agreement on Pa Pacific
cific Pacific affairs will b the greatest guar guarantee
antee guarantee that can be given for peace for
the United States, as it will come
nearer than anything else to remov removing
ing removing chances for a war with Japan, the
only power now likely to have trou trouble
ble trouble with America. Of course there
will be the usual mossback chatter
about "entangling alliances," but it is
to be hoped our Senate will be up-to-date
enough to ratify the agreement.
In his last outpouring of slush, H.
,G. Wells declares himself a negro negro-phile,
phile, negro-phile, one of the kind that can see
nothing inappropriate in a colored
gentleman taking a white lady into
dinner. He looks forward to the day
when Africa shall impose social
equality on France and slurs the Am American
erican American antipathy to mingling of the
races. We hope the editors of the
southern papers that have been
bragging on printing Wells' slop will
take a tumble to themselves.
Thirv nAA voara aim va ivcaoinn.
ally received a copy of the one little
weekly paper printed in High Point,
N. (X, a friend of ours being editor,
printer and devil of said paper. It was
a six-column, four-page sheet, patent
outside, plate on tlhe inside, and about
a column and a half of spicy local
items a week. Oiar friend set it up,
printed and maikd it in one day's
work every week;; the remainder of
the time he worked at other things
pr amused himself. We remember
that he wrote us that he picked
huckleberries in Ui e woods in sight of
his office, so Highi Point, tho pretty
and picturesque, must have been small
in those days. We had forgotten
about that little paper, and cannot
even remember the name, but couldnt
help thinking of, it the' other day
terprise, an eight-page daily, with
press dispatches and everything else
up to date, printed', at High Poirt. A
feature of that clay's edition (Nov.
22) was the story of the opening of
the Sheraton, High Point's new ho hotel.
tel. hotel. The illustration of the hotel on
the first page of the paper shows it to
!e a TnTiifieent building, and
accompanying description proves it to
be superbly equipped. Probably half
a dozen times the population of the
Higli Point of thirty years ago could
be lodged in the hotel. The Sheraton
is one of the William Foor hotels, in
whic hthat well remembered, energet-
1C JUUUg vtui, -.lumen, xvuuiin, Ia
Read elsewhere the appeal of the
King's Daughters, and don't fail them
in their noble work." They are not
holiday helpers. They are on the job
the year, around and only the record
ing angel knows "the good they do.
The King's Daughters always re
minds us of some lines in that old
Sunday 'school song, "Let the Good
Angels Come In' that; we haven't
heard for forty years, but will never
Let them come in;
"Their feet never falter, their eyes
never sleep -"They're
with us wherever we go.
"So open, wide open, the doors of
"And let the good angels come in."
Open the doors of your hearts and
the flaps of your pocketbooks to the
King's Daughters and help them in
tVeir good work.
. The Times-Union of Dec. 8 con contained
tained contained a "number of pictures of Mrs.
Bertha Smith McCullough, taken in
several of her graceful swimming
poses. Mrs; McCullough, nee Miss
Bertha Smith, one of Ocala's smart smartest
est smartest and most charming girls, has be become
come become a swimmer of almost national
fame. She is nearly as clever in the
water as Annette I'ellerman, and is a
whole lot better looking. Mrs. Mc McCullough
Cullough McCullough was in Ocala Saturday, on
her way to Sanford to visit her
brother, Mr. Wilbur Smith, and fam family.
ily. family. From Sanford she will go on to
Miami to spend a ftw weeks with her
father and sisters. She hopes to soon
return to Ocala to see all her friends
here and to swim again in Silver
Coming by the Munroe & Cham
bliss bank this morning, we stepped j
in and gave Mrl Santa Claus a small
donation for his civic Christmas tree.
Mr. Santa said much obliged; it was
the first money he had received but
had some hopes it wouldn't be the
last. Come along., folks, we can't let
a good thing like that die of inani inanition.
tion. inanition. It will be more fun than : a
barrel-full of monkeys and a big ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for the town. There are
at least five hundred men and women
in Ocala able to contribute to. such a
worthy enterprise. Chip in.
We have received and looked thru
with pleasure a little volume of poems,
entitled "Songs of the Southland and
Other Verse," by George Graham
Carrie,, who is a poet by nature and a
Floridian by adoption. Mr. Currie's
productions are mostly suitable to
read while swinging in a hammock
on the back veranda and a summer
Sunday afternoon. If all people could
be persuaded to imbibe them in that
manner, the preachers would not have
to worry so much about joy riding
and other Sunday sins at any rate,
not while the warm weather lasted.
The attorneys for the citizens who
have decided to resist the action of the
board of commissioners of state insti institutions,
tutions, institutions, to have the proposed addition
to the capitol built on other plans
than those laid down by the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, inform the Star they are ready
to begin the fight and that their clients
have empowered them to carry, it to a
finish. Officials of this and other
states are too much given to warping
acts of the legislature to suit their
own ideas. A lesson along that line
will be of benefit to the public interest.
Miss Mary M. Sheppard, Ocala's
high school principal, has been called
to Tallahassee as a member of the
sub-commission for examining high
school text books. She will probably
be there until the Christmas holidays.
Ocala should take this as 'a compli compliment,
ment, compliment, as the members of this com commission
mission commission are chosen by the state
superintendent of schools and the
governor. The board consists of
eight members chosen from the high
schools of the state.
We are not surprised that the fol following
lowing following by a writer named J. E. Senec Senec-al
al Senec-al took the first prize in this week's
It was in the country and Berlu,
who lived about u, mile away, had
called on his girl. As he was saying
good-night, outside on the porch, it
began to rain, and Rosine persuaded
him to wait until it was over. He had
waited for over an hour and the storm
was getting worse. At the end of an another
other another hour it had acquired the propor proportions
tions proportions of a hurricane.
At this juncture Rosine suggested
that Berlu should spend the night un under
der under her roof, and Berlu readily ac accepted..
cepted.. accepted.. Excusing herself, the girl
went to put in order the guest room,
and as it was the first time that her
beloved was spending a night in her
father's house, she took pains to make
everything nice and comfortable. This
took some" time. When at last every everything
thing everything was fixed she came downstairs
to the parlor. Berlu was there all
right, but he was all out of breath as
if he had been running, and he was
wet and -bespattered with mud.
"What is the matter? Where have
you been?" she asked.
"I ran home to get my -night shirt,"
the blushing Berlu replied.
Advertising is a modern improve improvement
ment improvement that no modern business man
tcan dodge and move with the times.
CHRISTMAS BASKETS FOR
THE KING'S DAUGHTERS
. Christmas baskets for tue King's
Daughters will be packed at the home
of Mrs. Gfnrir MTTaw 1W 95 A
Friday afternoon at 2:30, Following
th mnlwB f t1 .nrrTn:1-tM
pointed for buying: Mrs. George
MacKay, meat; Mrs. Ed Carmichael,
baskets; Mrs. James Engesser, bread
and cake; Mrs. 'Gates and Mrs. Weihe,
vegetables and canned floods; Mrs.
Van Engelken and Mrs. : Ten Eyck,
provisions; Mrs. Rheinauer and Mrs.
Clyatt, candy. The above will please
act as packing committee, with the
names of Mrs. Shephard, Mrs. Shuey
and Mrs. Blackburn added. No cloth clothing
ing clothing will be packed with the baskets
this year. It will be given later.
Mrs. Bittinger, President.
THE KING'S DAUGHTERS
In the many and varied demands
made on the public at this time of the
year, the King's Daughters present
their plea, for the classi which they
represent, namely, the poor, sick and
I needy of Ocala, for they still are with
U3. There is food, clothing, shoes,
wood and bedding to be bought now
and in the coming months, and shelter
to be provided. There are helpless
children, aged men and women, who
by the turn of fortune's wheel, or the
adverse hand of affliction and sick sickness,
ness, sickness, through no fault of theirs, find
themselves unable to cope with the re re-lcntlesswaves
lcntlesswaves re-lcntlesswaves of poverty and-sickness
and are thrown about like driftwood
on the shores or need and sorrow and
who need what you and I can give
charity and money for their pressing
r.ecs. Our organization "is for the
pu!pose of assisting and relieving
their distress for a time until the un-
ic tunates can be put in the way of
caring for themselves. But we cared
for four aged men. over a period of
two to ten years, almost wholly sup
porting them, until death relieved
them. We are caring for one now,
jc-t.'ncr us from 820 to $22 a month
f,)r rent and food, not counting cloth
r.g or milk. We need money for our
Christmas baskets. Donations and
contributions received at Christmas
time help us to carry on our work for
the following year. We appreciate
your past confidence, loyalty and gen generosity,
erosity, generosity, and hope it may be continues
in the same or larger measure this
Christmas time. Contributions in the
way of money and ch'ecks may be sent
to the president, cur treasurer, Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer or Mrs. W. W.
Mrs. C. L. B'ttinger, President. r
Mrs. G. C Shephard, Secretary.
MAKE THEM COMPLT
' WITH THE LAW
The following is a copy of the no
tive that has been sent by H M.
Hampton and Anderson & Anderson,
to the board of commissioners of state
Ocala, Fla"., Dec.. 10, 1921.
To the Board of Commissioners of
State Institutions, Tallahassee, Fla.
Gentlemen: By chapter 8422, of the
laws of 1921, approved May 16, 1921,
you are authorized and empowered
and directed to arrange for, under undertake,
take, undertake, afid procure this enlargement,
alteration and repair of the capitol
building, in substantial conformity
to the general plan which has been
outlined and submitted, and in accord accordance
ance accordance with such detailed drawings and
specifications as shall be prepared by
competent architects. The act further
provides by section 3 thereof that the
sum of $250,000, or so much thereof
as may be required, is appropriated
"out of any moneys in the state treas treasury
ury treasury not otherwise appi-opriated."
We observe that you have advertis advertised
ed advertised for bids to be received for this
work on December 12. We have been
employed by certain citizens of the
state of Florida in the matter, and
from our investigations iv appears
that there is no money in the state
treasury "not otherwise appropriat appropriated,"
ed," appropriated," which may be applied towards the
extension and enlargement of the
capitol building, and therefore there
is no authority upon your part to let
any contract, an 1 it is our purpose
to undertake to restrain the execution
of any contract should such be let.
We are therefore on behalf of our
clients filing this protest against the
acceptance of 3?iy bid, or the execu execution
tion execution by you of any contract binding
upon the state eff 1 lorida for the con construction
struction construction of such extension work.
It is pur information, and we be believe
lieve believe we have the correct statement,
that other appropriations previously
made are yet unsatisfied, and the act
does not contemplate the doing of
this work, or the expending of this
mhey so long as other appropria appropriations
tions appropriations remain uncompleted.
We are further prepared to show
from the records that when the other
appropriations previously made have
been cared for that there will not be
any funds in the state treasury with within
in within the next twelve months, at least,
for the purpose of capitol extension
as provided for in the act.
You are therefore requested to file
this protest, and if any contract is
let, it i3 our intention to proceed im immediately
mediately immediately to restrain the performance
of any work under it.
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
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, 52.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
OCT TT TT-IU)
Was there ever such an offer as this? A real Sellers Cabinet, with
til its marvelous conveniences, placed in your kitchen on payment of
only $5.00 down.
Just for a short time is this wonderful offer good. After that
j our opportunity is gone- Corns in any time until Saturday. Dec. 24th.
Pay only $5 down the balance in small amounts yqu will never feeL
Pick out any cabinet you want. We place it in your home at once.
Did ?5.00 ever before buy so much comfort convenience-helpful-ress?
All the while you are paying for the cabinet, you are,enjoying
its wonderful benefits. 'And you are enjoying a wonderful Free Gift
i.f remarkable value.. Read the offer below!
Think of it! A whole set of high-grade aluminum ware free with
e very Sellers Cabinet purchased on these" terms.
J ust the pieces a woman herself would select two pie plates, two
tread pans, three sauce pans, a covered kettle, a strainer, a pudding
pan and a mixing bowl twelve pieces in alL
two aneo mms m
9 OT tIMIW pn
Qt HIN Ikowt. 1
$12.50 Worth ofHigh-Grade -Aluminum
12 Pieces Guaranteed 20 Yean
Every piece of this Quality Brand aluminum ware is perfect
guaranteed by the manufacturer for 20 years. Its regular retail value
is $12.50. Yet it costs you not a cent, if you get a Sellers during the
sale. Remember, that after Saturday, Dec. 24th, you cannot get these
two wonderful possessions on the present terms. $o down. Come today
Ft: King Ave.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best msals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf 1
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the
1 irge 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
A. E GERIG
Geo. MacKay-i Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
t tf is? taii sny
Eest dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hottl insje.tor. 22-tl
Shop early and aoid the Tush.
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
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
This is a Studebaker year.
The 'Best Servant in Your House n
0 This Beautiful Aluminum
1 Ware With Every Cabinate
"Why Pay More
tk S. Magnolia St.
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
ed 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 is now located
ia Commercial Bank building. Ofke
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tt
In the Presbyterian Church
VEDHESDAY, 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
Sonth Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor Extension
Everybody, cordially invited
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
us prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-t
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p. jqs: -T n a-,,, W-l11fllftTlM-nllr, W ;rttlWani.i i.Hn
Wonderful New Improved ents
Added to "15 Famous Features"
Besides the "15 Famous Features" that
set the Sellers head and shoulders above all
other kitchen cabinets, new improvements
have been added that greatly increase its
usefulness, yet add not c cent to its price.
These outstanding improvements area.
Double Base Shelf Extender which au au-tcmaticaJly
tcmaticaJly au-tcmaticaJly brings all pots and pans for forward
ward forward within easy reach when lower door is
opened. Improved Porceliron Table Top
wh'ch, when-pulled out, brings the cutlery
dawers forward. No reaching under.
Plush-lined silverware vuffet drawer, above
Don't Miss Th s Opportunity
Don't fail to get a cabinet on these
wonderful terms to get. in addition, a
whole set of beautiful aluminum ware with without
out without the slightest cost. Next month will not
do. Only for the next two weeks is the offer
good. Come in at once. Get your cabinet
and free aluminum ware before it is too
FOR SALE OR TO RENT
I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. U WILSON. Ocala, Florida
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mov. pack, ship
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921
Good Things to
Eat Just In
California Budded Walnuts-
iS'ew Brazil Nuts,
Paper Shell Pecans,
Imported Malaga Table Raisins,
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Pineapple and Assorted, Fruits,
Maniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready tii Fry Codfish,
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Ariti Pasto,
Samp (.Big Hominy)
Real French Peas,
Finnan 1 laddie,
Pearl Tapico, .1
Whole Wheat Flour.
Plain Buckwheat Flour,
Edam Cheese Jim ported,
New York Stale Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
Split Peas, etc.
PHONES 16 and 174
One Ford, roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at. once, Needham
Motor Co. Phone 2J2. 26-tf
and Cheerful Clothes"
That's i he combina combination
tion combination we offer you for the
Joyful Xmas season. Let
Santa Claus tend your
suit through our Agtncy
j. A. CHANDLEft
120 S. Main SL, Upstairs
A very beautiful line of .. Leather
Goods, practical gifts for the business
man, useful gifts for the; woman.
Shop early. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. GERIG. ; 5-6t
vei7 latest P-to-date
& the most careful
. OR. K. J. WEinE,
Optometrist and Optician
Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men v 30-tf
Thz Increases in Value
One of those large lots on
FORT KING AVE.
Fronts on Ft. King and
1 Own your home
When you pay rent you
j: have kissed your
Seel. M. MURRAY
118 Fort King Avenue
I will have in my office during the
entire month of December 1921, a spe special
cial special deputy to render information and
assist in filling out automobile license
applications. 'This service will be
free to the people of this county and
will be rendered! for the month of De December
cember December only. Anyone desiring infor information
mation information on the above is invited to call.
T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
. . Clerk Circuit Court.
Ocala, Florida. ll-22-4t-tues
The Girl a
An Arctic Bath.
It's an old sayini: that otnlng events
have a knack of foreshadowing them themselves.
selves. themselves. While I was struggling into
my clothes and, reviving that over overnight
night overnight determination to have it out with
Bullerton the minute I should lay eyes
upon him, it struck me all at once that
the house was curiously quiet. To be
sure, somebody was stirring and the
breakfast was cooking, but the pre premonition
monition premonition that something had happened
was strong upon me when I descended
In the Jiving room I found a mighty
sober-faced old Daddy putting break breakfast
fast breakfast on the table.
"It's just you and me for it, this
moruin, Stannie," he muttered, laying
plates for two; and his mild old eyes
loo'ketl as tf they were about to take
"What!" I exclaimed. "Has Buller Bullerton
ton Bullerton gone?"
"Uh-huh ; bright and early 'fore
day, I reckon; leastwise, I didn't hear
him when he went."
"But where's Jeanle? She isn't sick,
He shook his head dolefully.
"No; she she's gone, too."
"Not with Bullerton?" I gasped.
"It sure does look that-away. Stan Stannie.
nie. Stannie. She left a in note on the table
"No, She's Gone, Too."
for me, a-tellin' me not to worry none,
and sayin I needn't look for her till
I saw her ag'fn."
At first -1 could hardly believe my
own ears. It was so incredibly out of
keeping with Jeanle as I had been
"Are you going after them?" I de demanded
"What for?" was the despondent
query. "Tain't a morsel o use, any
way you look at It. Jeanie's a wom woman
an woman growed, and she don't have to have
the old daddy say she can, 'r she
mustn't. Besides, they was probably
pltchln out to catch one o' the early
trains there's one each way, east and
west and them trains 've been gone
a couple o hours."
Daddy had done his best with the
breakfast, but I don't recall any meal
of my life that ever came so near
choking me. I told Daddy about the
smashing of the machinery, and the
proof I had that It had been a piece
"Reckon maybe he allowed you'd find
out hedone it and try a dogfall 'r
somethia" with him to pay him back?
Daddy queried. -'
"I don't know," I confessed.
I went on eating in silence, or rath rather
er rather trying to eat, and turning over the
puzzling and bad-tasting questionings
in my mind. How could Jeanie go off
with Bullerton, knowing him to be the
scamp he was? And why. If she had
been meaning all along to do this thing,
had she blocked his game by telllDg
me that I wasn't to sell him the Cin Cinnabar?
nabar? Cinnabar? It was In the- midst of these reflec reflections
tions reflections that I chanced to feel In the coat
pocket where I had been carrying the
deed turned over- to me by Daddy
Hiram; and for the second time that
morning X nearly choked. The pocket
was empty I
"What's hit you now, son?" Daddy
inquired ; seeing my jaw drop, I sup suppose.
pose. suppose. "The last thing there was In the box
that could fall out and hit me," I gur gurgled.
gled. gurgled. "Bullerton has .stolen my deed
to the Cinnabar I"
"The mischief he has! Plum sure
you hain't lost it out o' your pocket?"
We made sure, withouf the loss of
a moment ; looking In my loft sleeping sleeping-place
place sleeping-place and in the mine buildings. The
deed was gone, safely enouah, and we
both agreed that Bullertou had had
; plenty of chances to steal it. Wearing
' overelothes while 1 was working about
the machinery, I had often left my
coat hanging In the cabin. -As a mat matter
ter matter of fact, I hadn't worn it at all on
the previous day.
"Well, Daddy," said I, after the pro prolonged
longed prolonged search had proved, futile,
"where does this leave me?"
Threshing the facts out, we soon
found where It left me. Grandfather
Jasper, as you may remember, had
made no mention of the mine, or, in indeed,
deed, indeed, of any legacy to me In his will
as It had been probated there was no
qa4 of It because .he ba. alre.adj
deeded UTe Onnarar to me, ana at ne
time of his death it was no inj;r
among his assets. Moreover, his law lawyers
yers lawyers had tolfLBuUermeUcciirding to
Hullerton's story told meto-the Pull Pullman
man Pullman smokerooni) that there was no
record of any mining transaction
whatever In his paiers. Therefore, In
the absence of the memorandum which
my grandfather had given Cousin
Percy and which Percy had doubt doubtless
less doubtless carried with him to China there
was nothing but the deed t'show for
my ownership; absolutely nothing.
At that, the loss of the deed wouldn't
have been-fatal If the document had
been properly recorded. It hadn't
been. And now, with the unrecorded
deed gone, there was nothing to prove
that I bad ever owned the Cinnabar.
The loss was total with no insur insurance.'
ance.' insurance.' Daddy Hiram was shaking his head
sorrowfully after we had run this last
bunch of straw through the threshing
With things looking as blue as the
bluest whetstone that ever clicked
upon scythe, we tried to settle upon
some line of action. Cppah was the
county seat, and the obvious first step
would have been for me to go there
for a search In the county records for
evidence of the sale of the mine to my
grandfather. But the minute I should
chow myself on the railroad. Id be
nabbed for the theft of that infernal
inspection car. Daddy offered to go
in my place, but that alternative didn't
appeal to me at all. knew perfectly
'well how helpless he'd be In any such
lawyerlike search as would have to be
made In the county recorder's office.
Being stopped off short In: every
other direction, we finally gravitated
over to the shaft-house and went to
work in an aimless sort of fashion
gathering up the wreckage of the
smashed gear train and putting things
shipshape again. With -steam up, we
turned the machinery over a few
times, 3ust to see that everything was
in working order again, land I threw in
the clutch of the centrifugals. "merely
for the satisfaction of hearing the
flood rushing through the outlet. When
the pumps were going at full sped I
went to look down the shaft. :As be be-f
f be-f ore,when we had run the pumps' for
a week on end, there was a slight dis disturbance
turbance disturbance of the water, but nothing
more. My makeshift float-and-pulley
gauge showed no change In the level.
Suddenly a freak notion seized me
that I'd like to know just whatt was
going on down in those black depths
into which the suction pipes of the
big pumps led.
"Daddy. I'm going to try to find out
something," I declared and forthwith
began to strip my clothes off. "We've
seen the water coming out at the oth other
er other end of things, and now, by-George,
I, mean to make sure that it's going in
at this end."
He didn't try very hard to dissuade
me, and a minute or so later I was
crawling down the shaft ladder in the
habiliments that old Mother Nature
gave me. It was my first exploration
of the shaft, and I was surprised to
find It so well and tightly timbered;
J'boxed" Is, .the, better word, since the
timbering" .was really a substantial
wooden box built within the square
outllnlngs of the pit. Common sense
told me that this must have been done
to prevent the caving In of the sides ;
and afterward I remembered wander wandering,
ing, wandering, at the time, that the shaft should
have been sunk in caving materia)
when the remainder of the bench upon
which the buildings stood appeared to
be little else than folid rock.
By, feeling with a free foot I could
determine that the pump suction pipes
went on still farther, and then the
real adventure began. The ladder
suddenly gave out, .quit, ended. There
"were no more rounds below the one
upon which I was standing. That be being
ing being the case, there was nothing for It
but to dive, feet foremost, and taking
a deep breath, I let go of the ladder
and began to swim downward. Almost
before I realized It I was fighting des desperately
perately desperately for dear life. One of the big
suction pipes had taken hold of a foot
and leg, like a tentacle of an enor enormous
mous enormous octopus, and I was unable to get
After all. It was Daddy Hiram who
saved my life. Suddenly the thunder
of the pumps, magnified a thousand thousandfold
fold thousandfold for me In that icy pit of death,
stopped short and the mechanical
squid let go of my leg. With lungs
bursting I shot to the surface and
weakly clutched the ladder. Framed
to the square of daylight a dozen feet
Framed in the Square ef Daylight I
Could See Daddy Hanging Over the
Mouth of the Pit.
overhead I could see Daddy- hanging
over the mouth of the pit; saw him
and heard his shouted words: "Freeze
to the ladder, boy I'm a-comln down
. I was freezing all .right, In both
senses of the word, but I found breath
to warn him back, and presently man managed
aged managed to crawl up the ladder and roll
out upon the shafthouse floor. In Instantly
stantly Instantly the old man pounced upon me,
buffeting, 5lppiiS n1 t-'4 maul-
ing mt worse tuu aiiy'iSTimnt-i.:
pirate would have dared to. It was
keen torture, but it turned the trick,
and by the time I was able to breathe
comfortably again, I had acquired a
beautiful spanked blush vhere I had
been blue all but the great bruise,
ring-shaped, where the suction pipe
had bit uie.
Of course. Daddy was chot-k full of
sympathy ami com-rn. mixed up with
a gd blx of curHtsity.
"One of th swt'mi pipes," I ex explained,
plained, explained, beginning t crawl hack into
my clothes. "I was foolish enough to
get iinU'r it and ft grabbed and held
me. If yon hadn't stopjied the pumps
I'd have hii a g !- j.oose. I was just
about all in, as it was."
"Well, you found out the pumps are
suckuV all right, anyhow, he re remarked,
marked, remarked, i
i They sure are; you'd think so If
you'd leen where I was." Then I be began
gan began to ree.dl some of those mixed and
mingled impressions had gathered.
"What kind of soil is ther under this
floor. Daddy?" I asked.
"Huh !" he snorted ; "what soil there
Is on this here leilse you could mighty
near put in j-our eyj. I reckon. Tain't
nothin but rock, and blame hard rock,
"That was my notion. But if tfie
shaft Is in rock, why did they box It
so strongly with timber? Surely there
wouldn't b any danger of a cave lu
"Well, now, I'm dinged!" he re returned,
turned, returned, musingly. "Long as I've lten
monkeyin' 'round mines and such, it
never once -ome to unt to wonder about,
Speaking r the woodeu bulkheaiinu
renewed that other impression, or rath rather
er rather two of them ; one of having the feel feeling
ing feeling that I was shut In 'a tight box at
the moment of the fiercest jitruirgliiig
and the'other of fancying that I had
felt a swirling inrush of the liquid i-e
as well as the sucking outruslt. P-ut
the recollection was so confused that
I attached no Importance to It. When
a man is fighting for his life ten oV
twelve feet under water, pipe-drcms
are nothing to the things he can iin
It was while we were sitting at tiie
shaft-house door, hammering away at
the old puzzle of why the water level
never varied so much as a fraction of
an inch in the shaft, in wet sca&ns or
dry as Daddy testified it never -did
and why the subtraction of two six six-inch
inch six-inch streams at a velocity suttieient to
stir up a veritable whirlpool at the
suction intakes should make no im impression
pression impression 'upon it. that I bp-arj to no notice
tice notice the queer actions of the pie-faced
collie. Barney, first he would come
and stick his cold nose into my hand;
then he'd trot over to the cabin and
back, and maybe loaf a little way down
the road toward the bench level. Com
ing around to the shaft-ln.is. again
he'd sli beside Daddy Hiram yawning
and panting as If he were waiting Im Impatiently
patiently Impatiently for us to stop talking tnd
pay some attention to him.
"Poor old Barney's homesick, and I
don't blame him," I said. "I'm feeling
a good bit that way. myself. Daddy."
Then to the dog: "Come here, old
The collie came to Hck my hand, and
while I was petting him I found a
pretty bad gash Just behind one of his
"See here, Daddy," I broke out ;
"the dog's hurt !"
We examined the wound and decided
at once that it was not a bite. It was
a bruised cut4 looking as If It had been
made by some blunt instrument or
weapon. I had a hot-flash vision of
Bullerton kicking the dog with his
Iron-shod heel In an attempt to drive
him back home, and It was so real that
I couldn't shake It off.
When It began to grow dusk in the
shaft-house we shut up shop and went
over to the cabin to cook our supper.
The dog went along, but evidently with
reluctance. While we were crossing
the dump head he turned back and
once more started off down the road
toward the bench below, but when he
found that we were not following him
he came to heel again. Still, neither
of us had dog sense enough to guess
what was the matter. with him.
Daddy Hiram and I, being merely
stupid humans, were commenting upon
his queer actions, and laying tltciu to
Jeanie's absence, when again the dog
started off down the road, looking
back and barking when he found that
we were still sitting on the doorstep.
A that, since even solid Ivory can be
penetrated if the would-be driller of It
stays on the job long enough, we final finally
ly finally caught on.
"Say, Stannie he's a-tryin' to tell
us to. come on!" Daddy, exclaimed,
starting to his feet. "MethuseJah-to-gracious
! did it have to take us a hull
endurin afternoon to figger out that
"It looks that w ay," I admitted ; but
now, having "figgered It out, we made
ni delay. Daddy got his rifle and cart-ffdge-belt,
and told me to take Jeanie's
pistol for myself which I did. Aud
thus equipped we took the trail, Indian-filing
down the mountain road In
the darkness. Daddy Hiram, with his
gun in the crook of his left arm, set setting
ting setting the pace, and the collie running
on ahead to point the way.
A good bargain is to get -what you
want when you want it at a reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains .when it comes to buying-
FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf
A P A RTME WT
Living Room Dining Room
W- K. Lane, 31. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, FIjus Advtf
IIO LID AY GOODS GALORE
The Book Shop Surpasses Even Its
Former Seasons in Gifts For
A shopping trip through the various
departments of The Book Shop will be
a revelation to every one, this year's
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
will be found selections of the most
popular music. Dancing Rastus,
Fighting Roosters and Boxers for use
on the Victrola 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,
Eo.ton's Highland Linen correspond correspondence
ence correspondence cards in all shapes and colors,
an entirely new line of tally cards and
bridge pads in attractive covers, chil children's
dren's children'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
In the leather goods line will be
found biack and tan portfolios, brief
cases, bill folders, coin purses, ladies'
bags, music cases, manicure sets in
leather cases, leather sewing cases,
Indian bags, scissors and whisk
brooms in leather cases, and a com complete
plete complete line of photo albums.
In the cut glass cases are reflec reflectors,
tors, reflectors, bud and large vases, gold banded
tea glasses, water glasses, parfait
glasses, sherbets, cheese and cracker
sets, candlesticks, large bowls, nap nappies,
pies, nappies, cream pitchers, candy jards,
bon-bon dishes, spoon trays and water
The china goods department has
among the dozens of other items 100 100-piece
piece 100-piece open dinner sets, breakfast
sets, odd plates, cheese and cracker
sets, chocolate sets, celery sets, sand sandwich
wich sandwich trays, lemonade sets, Cloisenne
vases, punch sets, chop dishes, crack cracker
er cracker jars, berry sets, nappies and bon bonbon
bon bonbon holders.
In the jewelry cases are sterling
silver, and plated card cases, mesh
bags, brooches, wrist watches, gentle gentlemen's
men's gentlemen's watches, lavaliers, lockets with
chain, pearls, Richelieu and La
Tausca, cigarette cases, baby pins,
curved handle spoons, forks, knives
and cups in sterling silver for the
br.bies, lingerie clasps, tie clasps, stick
pins, cuff links, lings (attractive se selections),
lections), selections), Florida souvenirs in ster sterling
ling sterling silver and enamel top pins; Or
leans and Courtland pattern salad,
ice cream, oyster, lettuce, lemon,
olive, cold meat, berry and sardine
forks; tomato servers, steak sets,
bird sets, dinner knives and forks,
serving and bouillon spoons, cream
ladles, after-dinner and coffee spoons,
tea bells, tea balls, buter spreaders,
coaster (ice tea) sets, sandwich trays,
card trays, mayonnaise and almond
sets, bon-bon dishes, lemon dishes and
A great display of ivory goods,
such as brushes, combs and mirrors,
military brushes, buffers (extra), cold
cream jars, curling irons, hair receiv receivers
ers receivers andjmff 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 description,
scription, description, Japanese baskets and floor
lamps, table and piano lamps,- lamp
shades and stands, book ends and
book racks, mahogany clocks, trays
and candlesticks, Japanese clocks,
lacquer boxes and sandwich trays,
nut sets, Japanese hand embroidered
linen tea cloths and console runners.
Office supplies of every description
are always to be found here, and it
has been remarked by out of town
people that The Book Shop is superior
to stores of its kind in many cf the
larger cities, on account of the com complete
plete complete line carried. In this depart department
ment department may be found Remington port portable
able portable typewriters, Corona typewriters,
Globe-Wernicke filing cabinets, De De-Luxe
Luxe De-Luxe loose-leaf devices -and blank
books, typewriter ribbons and carbon
papers, moard and box files, waste
paper baskets, printing sets, stamp stamping
ing stamping outfits and desk calendars, daily
reminders and desk drawer trays,
stationery racks and wire letter bas baskets,
kets, baskets, day-by-day diaries and type typewriter
writer typewriter tablets, filing envelopes and
folders, pin trays, ink wells,- sponge
cups, collection wallets, ,check pro protectors;
tectors; protectors; Davis, Stafford, Carter and
Waterman's inks in pints and quarts,
Hunt, Esterbrook and S pence rian
pens; Dixon and Mikado pencils; Den
nison's metal trimmed tags, shipping
tags, sealing wax,' gummed labels,
passe-partout taps and crepe papers
All the popular priced new .books
by standard authors, new standard
fiction in gift edition; complete line
of Nelson, Bagster and Oxford Bibles,
hymnals and Testaments; also full
line of Century music, mandolins and
guitars, musical instruments and
strings for the stringed instruments.
Come in and look over our holiday
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. 8-5 1
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Everything Good To Eat
MEATS and GROCERIES, t FRUITS crJ VEGETABLES
JOT BY A TET,
. H Yd
CONTENTS I LB"
- i .V
A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 cz. Seme
baking powdera come in 12 oz. cans instead of 16 cz.
cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it
Big or little, deep
or shallow, quickly
. disaooear when
is used in accordance with
directions. Marked "im "improvement
provement "improvement in two dayt
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Fort King Ave.
C- V. Roberts Barney Spencer
Phone 305 Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
Private Jlorgae and Chapel
Office Phone Z.Z0. Ocala. Fla.
217 W. Broadway
TN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dininc
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
The value of bak
ing powder is based on its
leavening strength. You
can't judge it by the size
of the can or by the amount
you get for your money. You
must estimate it by the amount
of baking powder used in each
baking and the results you get
is the greatest value ever
offered in Baking Powder it
has greater raising "forcd'it
goes farther than many of the
other brands. You use only a
rounded or heaping teaspoonful
where many others call tor two
teaspoonfuls or more.
But Baking Powder is not
aU you'll save when using
Calumet You save baking mate materials.
rials. materials. Calumet never fails. The last
level teaspoonful is as powerful
as thefirst. Calumet is perfectly
manufactured keeps perfectly
and is moderate in price.
. You save when you buy It.
You save when you use it.
One trid will satisfy you of these
facts and demonstrate beyond doubt
that "Calumet spells economy."
Your grocer sells it on a guaran guarantee
tee guarantee cf money back if you are cot pleased
Calumet contains only such ingre ingredients
dients ingredients as have been approved oScially by
the U. S. Food Authorities.
I have decided to put on the market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave
ntes. Will sell 21 or five-acre lot3,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3H miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or selL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half cf Lots 3 and 4. This
property is -immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
W. D. CARN
"I would walk all cround town to
trade at your store, you always seem
so pleasant," said a lady when trad trading
ing trading at "FISHEL'S," the store of
Guarantecd fresh mests and prompt
delivery to ail parts cf the city ccra ccra-tine.to
tine.to ccra-tine.to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Fhoae
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1S21
CHOICE Packed oranges and grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit f. o. b. Ocala $4 per box. Give
me your order at once.
L. E. Cordrey.
THE BOOK SHOP is disyfaying
cnmp new Cut Glass, Sterling" Silver
nd a number of novelties just reeeiv
10 ST A small black pocketbook
Knnt- si in i change. Finder
please call 449. 13-llf
FOR SALE Lettuce and cabbage
' 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
TOR RENT For light housekeeping,
'two rooms and a reception hall and
large porch. Apply at No. 24 Ray
St., or phone 530. 12-31,
WANTED To rent, a 5, 6 or 7-foot
counter show case. Inquire at the
Candy Kitchen, No. 2 U-Serve
Store. :;, -;-'1.-;,;;';v: ;V 10-tf f ;
FOR SALE Modern 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
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
. 239. ll-0t
WOOD AND ORANGES A nice lot
of oak and pine wood in stove and
fireplace size ?5.50 per cord of
three strands or .$2 per strand. Also
have a nice lot of oranges at $1 per
hundred or $2.50 a packed box. W.
D. Cam; phone 191. 30-tf
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, $250
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
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
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. :.24-tf
FOR SALE Florida Snrehead, 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,
I 746 Wyomina I stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. ,16-tf
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
. Machine office, No. 2 Fort King
Ave. Mail orders returned same day
as received. 28-tf
FOR SALE Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and .small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf
FOR SALE--Six room modern house;
lights, bath and sewer cbnpction;
' on nice lot close in for less than
"cost 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 References
erences References 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
' you a fair price for yours. Gold Gold-man's.
man's. Gold-man's. ; 12-tf
PHONOGRAPHS That old phono phonograph
graph phonograph that you have discarded,
send it in, or c air us up and we vill
- send our salesman to give you an
estimate on ssime, in exchange for
one of our uprto-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 or furniture
that do not match your suite, ex exchange
change exchange them for some that does
match; We take your old goods as
part payment. Goldman's. 12-tf
This is a Studebaker year. '"-
-r ; iri'"' "' "' 1 I .. I I
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which' we will, sell at a
bargain, Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MaeKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embahners
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Rub-My-Tisra.jinliscptic and pain
killer for infeded sores, letter,
sprains, neorcilgia, rheumatism
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service. .
WEI HE COMPANY,
T)-12t The Ocala Jewelers.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. Sam Burford of Birmingham,
is visiting his old home here.
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
We are sole agents for the Gibson
line of Christmas Cards. "Nuff said.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
Today is the 13th and4t will be un
lucky to some of the municipal candi candidates.
dates. candidates. -
A goodi photograph is your, best
sign of prosperity. We make that
kin. Revel's. Studio. 13-6t
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss have
returned home after a week's visit in
wnat woum maice a more suitaDie
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more oi me prexiy rugs we are snow-ia
ire this season? The reasonable
prices win surprise you. uu ana
sea them. Theus Brothers, The Fur-
The friends of Mr. J. L. Smith will
be glad to hear that he is up again
after a week's illness.
Stands, Candlesticks and Electric
Portables at THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t
Parker "Lucky Curve" fountain
pens, regular ana seii-numg." iheyu0
are guaranteed. Large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t
Friday afternoon Mrs. W. T. GaryL, . . 4 tt
i. x u j tl:e guests of their cousins, Mrs. T. H.
will entertain a number of friends at I
a tea from 3 to 5 o'clock.
Be photographed 'now and be ready
for Christmas. Revel's Studio 13-6t
The regular monthly meeting of the
nurary uuaru win ue iieiu ine 1, I
i in i i.u Ai ii i
Drary mis evening at o o ciock.
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in frl ft KnYoa of floricr'a Hniff Stnra
Mr. Mack Taylor, local agent for
the Dodge cars, spent yesterday at-j
tending to business in Gainesville.
We have had phenomenal "success
on the wearing qualities of our
"SHOES-"' We sell you to sell again.
Mrs. Dudley Spain has arrived in
Ocala to spend the. holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. "Wh&ley.
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS. All
sizes, kinds and prices. Some in
Solid Mahogany, at The Book Shop. 3t
Miss Dorothy Gates of Moore Haven
has arrived in town for l a month's
visit with her sister, Mrs. N. A. Rus Russell.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
" Mr. Paul Weathers of New" jYork
city, is expected next week to spend
the holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Ladies' COATS Our sare just in
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles.; FISHEL'S 12-3t
k Miss Mildred Shealy, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ed Carmich
ael, has gone to Miami, where she ex
pects to spend the winter.
DAVIDSON PRINTS nicely boxed,
suitable for gifts at The Book Shop. 3t
All members of the Woman's Club
are requested to attend the lecture to
be given at the high school Thursday
afternoon at 4:15 by Major Butler.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
One lady said she was going to vote
against a candidate because she didn't
like his wife. Bless the dear creatures
They are almost as mean as us men.
Something new in DESK SETS at
THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t
Mrs. Roy Ott, Miss Annie Davis,
Miss Susie Lou Ellis and Miss Hannay
Ellis left this morning for Orlando,
where they will visit friends until Fri-
Christmas cards "made in Dixie,1
at Gerig's Drug Store. 5-tf
Mr. John Moore and Mr. Chas V.
Miller of Tampa, two former Ocalans,
think enough of their old home to re return
turn return on election day. Both of these
gentlemen spent the day in town.
Mr. Jim Lloyd, traveling out of
Ocala for Armour & Co., who has
been making his home here, has been
transferred to Gainesville, his former
home. His place will be taken by Mr.
Sorae beautiful rew things opened
up today at The BQQK SPOP. 13-3t
The members of the Philathea tfass
of the Baptist church will entertain
the members of the Baptist church
and Sunday school, Friday evening,
Dec. 16th, from 8 to 10 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Mr. H. T. Womack of Augusta, Ga
has arrived in Ocala to take charge of
the Willard battery service station at
Mr. Mack Taylor V filling station. He
i3 a man of wide experience in this
line, and all work entrusted to him
will receive carefrl attention.
You want proper stationery, don't
you? We have it for you. Select as
sortment, also Christmas boxes at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t
Mrs. Paul Simmons will entertain
this afternoon at a tea honoring her
mother, Mrs. Carson Lee of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Mrs. Raiford Simmons of States States-boro,
boro, States-boro, Ga., Hart Hartzog and Miss
Rizer of Columbia, S C.
Why not eive useful crifts? The
GIRL a "COAT" the BOY a "SUIT"
We sappl7 J0n most cheaply. See
nnr v,no VTQTn?T.'i io9f
"CHERRY" Sere-e. the newest color
for Wool Middies, Dresses, Slipovas,
" FI S II E L'S 12-3t
Mrs. Clarence Phillin and two lit.
te daughters, Mary Ellen and Louise,
have returned to their home in Jack
sonville after spending the week-end
in Ocala, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
L. Taylor, and family.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tafiy, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made everv dav. Mints
tc order. Quaiity Fruit Store, next
MrsJ Hartzog and Miss Daisye
Johnson and Mrs. Harry Walters for
the past ten days, expect to leave to tonight
night tonight for their home.
STATIONERY! White & Wyckoff
Pranp's WTlitincr TViroo Kcef linos nt
ef nArv . . ... Tm,
BOOK SHOP 13 3t
Fellowship, Dec 13. The W. O. W.
cimp hT annual ele5tion
officers last Wednesday evening and
the following officers were elected: S.
D. Atkinson, C, C; S. J. McCully, A.
L.; H. L. Shearer, banker; B. B. Beck,
clerk; 'V. M. Seckinger, escort; H. J.
McCully, watchman; Joe Bomolii,
sentry; R. D. Ferguson, physician;
R. W. Ferguson, auditor.
Miss Louise Crumpton returned
home ,last week after spending several
weeks in Tampa.
Miss Geneva McCully returned
home yesterday after spending three
weeks with relatives in Morriston.
Hog killing and making syrup seems
to be the order of the day. It looks
like the farmers in this community
will have something to eat another
year if they can't sell anything for
Mr. J. L. Beck is the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Smith of Waca
Mr. J. M. Hudgens has returned
home from Asheville, N. C, where he
had a position in a sanitarium al
Mr. J." L. Smith and family have
temporarily moved out on his farm
while hje is making up his syrup.
Mr. J. H. Badger is learning how to
drive his fine Buick car and can handle
it real well for the short time he has
been running it.'
The B. Y. P. U. elected the follow
ing officers to serve the ensuing year
at their recent meeting: Miss Minnie
Seckinger, president; Vance Fergu
son, vice president; Miss Margaret
Atkinson, secretary; Miss Leone
Brooks, corresponding secretary; Mrs
S. B. Brooks, treasurer; Miss Geneva
McCully, organist; group captains,
Misses Leone Brooks, Winnifred Mc
Cully, Nellie Prine and Eva Mills; li
brarian, Miss Callie Ferguson.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
v Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Mjutual Mining Company will be
held at the office of the company in
Ocala, Florida, on Tuesday, December
27, 1921, noon.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert' W. Groves, Sec'y Sec'y-December
December Sec'y-December 13, 1921, Ocala, Florida.
666 is a prescription for Colds,
Fever and LaGrippe. It's the
most speedy remedy we know.
READ THE ADi
m. w mm- jf -"s. 1
LAND OF ROMANCE
Portugal Offers Many Induce Inducements
ments Inducements to the Traveler.
Ancient Castle and Convents, Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful in Ruin, Offer Never-Ending,
For the traveler Id Portugal net
many more days are richly filled with
interest than that on which he drives
or rides or walks from Leiria to Ba Ba-talha
talha Ba-talha and Alcobsca, writes the Lon London
don London Morning Post's Lisbon correspond correspondent.
ent. correspondent. He sees Leiiia's beautiful ruined
castle, built by King Dinls. the splen splendid
did splendid stretch of pine woods planted by
the same king, and the wonderful
Gothic churches of Alcobaca, the Cis Cis-tericlan
tericlan Cis-tericlan convent founded by Portugal's
first king in the Twelfth century, and
of Batalba, built near the battle field
of Aljubarrota (1334) to commemo
rate the winning of Portugal's inde independence.
pendence. independence. At Alcobaca is a huge caldron left,
by the retreating Spaniards after the
battle in which English archers took
part on the side of Portugal; at Al
cobaca, too. the beautifully carved
tomb of Ines de Castro, murdered at
Coimgra In 1355 and "brought to burial
here along leagues of road lined with
burning torches. But It Is Batalha
that has the most Interesting memo-
les'of Englishmen, and it is thus of
happy augury for the future of the
ancient alliance that Portugal's two
unknown soldiers are to be solemnly
The victory of 1385 was won by
John L master of Avis, and his young
constable, Nuno Alvarez, whose boyish
ideals had been fired with tales of
Galahad and the Knights of the Round
Table. John I married the daughter
of John of Gaunt, "time-honored Lan
caster" ; their tombs lie In the Found
er's ch&pel of Batalba church with
those of their sons. The motto of one
of these half-English brothers, who
were King Edward the eloauenL
Prince Henry the navigator. Prince
John, master of Santiago, Prince Fer
dinand the constant and Don Pedro,
Duke of Colmbra, almost describes the
Uioble simplicity of the interior of the
cnurcn : Le oein me piet."
Batalba was built on an English
model, begun by English workmen
called after Battle abbey (Us full
name being St. Mary of Victory). The
pinnacles and finlals of the roof are
gray against the dark, pine-covered
bills, but the entrance door and the
main part of the building are of stone.
originally white, and turned by time
and weather to a rich golden brown.
The '"unfinished chapels" are a marvel
of the later Manuellne style, eloquent
of glory and wealth achieved, whereas
the Gothic church tells of austere.
soaring aspiration. The whole build
ing has been skillfully: restored dur
ing the last hundred years, but unfor unfortunately
tunately unfortunately little of the fine old stained
' Forced Into Circus Business.
The name of Adam Forepaugb, so
well known to followers of the circus
world, became the important factor
It played in that sphere through acci accident
dent accident rather than design. Years ago,
Dan Rice and bis circus were known
throughout the states. Rice c War Warner
ner Warner circus enjoyed success for some
time. Then hard luck followed them,
and they were plunged Into a period
of. financial depression.
The show stranded In Philadelphia.
Adam Forebadc, a Philadelphia butch butch-erhad
erhad butch-erhad been given the contract to fur furnish
nish furnish meat for the organization; and.
when money was jiot forthcoming to
meet his bill, sought council of an at attorney.
torney. attorney. As a result an attachment
was secured. Rice and Warner held a
consultation. They decided that the
bottom had fallen out of the circus
business. So they turned over to Fore Fore-back
back Fore-back the properties and paraphernalia
of the circus In settlement of the
With this material on his hands,
Foreback could do but one thing. He
started out as a circusman. Foreback
was changed to Forepaugh. a name that
became a household word in America
and which remains one today.
The Butler's Cue.
. We were giving our senior play In
high school. I was playing the part of
the butler. In the third act I was sup supposed
posed supposed to pass a box of cigars to the
group of men assembled for the hunt
club dinner. I started to pass cigars.
The lines called for a speech from the
colonel. I had passed the cigars to one
of the men, when the colonel gave his
line. It was rjames, pass the cigars
te the gentlemen." He laid special em
phasis on the word gentlemen.
Tou can Imagine the hilarity of the
audience at the peculiar situation and
my embarrassment, caused fry the fact
that I bad started on my rotmds with
the cigar box before my cue, thus glV'
ing the colonel a chance to question.
la his speech, the character of the
first "rentleman to whom I bad
passed the 'cigars. Chicago Tribune.
Judge Prisoner at the bar, ; have
you anything to say why Judgment
should not be passed upop you?
" Prisoner All I has to say Is this.
judge If you hangs me. you hangs
the best bass slncer tn tha unit en
Kingdom. London Answers.
Tough Urchin Say.. Jimmy, let's g
Jimmy My mother wont let
Too aii Urchin Aw, shucks! Why
lat yer an orpk&s 12a X atV C
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
On Pyralin Ivory, cellulcid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
c: zz:. rwEinEC0KPA2Yr- :
5-12t - r The Ocala Jewelers.
for ThU Department Supplied r
tha American Legion- News Berne.)
LEGION IN LOAN BUSINESS
Fargo, N. D. Post Adjutant Works Out
Plan for the Benefit of His
The first Instance In which the
American legion has gone Into the
trust, savings and j
, loan business Is
Fargo. N. D.
thrift and to help
the" needy, the
"post, on January
L 1821, instituted
an American Le Legion
gion Legion Bonus Loan
plans worked out
bv Arthur F. Col-1
lar, post adjutunu Four hundred;
of the noefa 700 members already
have deposited sums from $3 'to
25 on which five per cent inter interest
est interest is paid. A Legion man wishing
to borrow assigns his state compensa compensation
tion compensation claim to the Legion It will re require
quire require eight years for North Dakota to
pay all service men the bonus awarded
them. The borrower may obtain uv
to 50 per cent of the amount to be
awarded him by the state. He pay?
Interest at 8 per cent.
BusLe?" U transacted through a
Fargo bank. To date more than fifty
loans hafe been made and more than
$20,000 has been paid Into the savins
fund. A dividend is paid semi-annually
to depositors. Immediately upon be
ing granted a loan, the person to whom
It Is made must open a savings account
to Insure proper expenditure of the
money. Legion posts in many state?
have written the Fargor post for ln-
formation upon which to base a siml
THINK HE WILL BE GOVERNOR
Peeple of Washington Stats 8e
Bright Future for Their Soldier
"He's Just naturally lucky," th
people of Washington say of WUllarr
they claim. Is the
youngest man In
the world holding
Coyle has been
a "natural ath athlete"
lete" athlete" since kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten days,
for four years he
Iras Gil Doble's
the famous Uni
versity of Washington teani. lit
pitched and fielded for the varsitj
baseball team and he was a stai
hurdler. Following graduation h
was a reading clerk In three, session
of the Washington legislature.
During the war, he claims, his luck
held. He was promoted from seconc
lieutenant to captain "for bravery
was wounded In the Argon ne wbllt
serving with the 383d Infantry, am
was awarded a Distinguished Service
Cross for gallantry. He Is 33 year
old, the father of two girls and sell
farm tractors when not occupied with
Ills official duties as lleutenant-gov.
1 4. M llnl.Uivtno
ernor. Ane pp' i
declare tie win ne lucay enougn
rie the vounzesi eovernor in in
United States after next election.
PROBLEMS OF THE NAVY MEN
Conference of Legion Committes t
Devise Ways for Benefit of Mem Members
bers Members of Branch'"
Problems of the navy men 'who art
members of the American Legion and
policies affecting naval ex-service mer
generally will be discussed at a con conference
ference conference of the naval affairs committer
f the Legion la Chicago this fall. Th
meeting has been called by Edward E
gpafford. New York,-chairman of th
committee, who will announce ths
date of the conference later.
"The fact that there were elghl
times as many men In the army a?
there were, In the navy during the
World war has tended to minimize the
needs of the navy ex-service men," Mr
8pafford declared in announcing ths
conference. "Few persons know o
the high percentage of tubercuiai
cases developed by men In the sub sub-ehaser
ehaser sub-ehaser and submarine service, for in instance."
The members of the committee, be besides
sides besides Sir. Spafford, are:. Penjamiu
Briscoe, Michigan Philander Briscoe.
Maryland ; Claudius G. PendUI. Wis Wisconsin;
consin; Wisconsin; Fred A. Tillman. California
and C W. Neville. Jr.. Louisiana. Th
members ranged in rank from lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant commander to petty officer.
Legionnaires Respond. J
When a post of the American Le Legion
gion Legion iu Jat-kson. Miss., asked for vol
unteers to save the life of Weltou A
Crawford, over.-ea veteran, by b!
trnsf!si.j VZ ejriuupalren rv;'o
ed. r4iwf'.rd ir: tily Injured la
street car accident, U recovering. '-
No Christmas package is complete
without photographs. We make them.
Bevel's Studio. 13-t
This is a Studebaker year.
Choice live poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 1C3, ilain
Street Market. 6-tfv
Our sausage is always fresh as we
ruaie it up daily. Main Street Mar
fcet, Phone 108. 6-tf
Lm., ...... -.-r..,,
AFFECTED BY EXCHANGE RATE
What Might Be Called Celestial Cur.
rency Can Be Purchased for
Little Cash in China.
Even In the higher real ns are the
problems of exchauge In these troub troublous
lous troublous days of rectustruction. When
good Chinese are gathered to their fa fathers.
thers. fathers. It Is Incumbent upoc their ch.l ch.l-dren
dren ch.l-dren to see ro it that tfce departed
ancestors have some treasure in
heaven as spending money. It la
believed that if their pur-es are not
supplied that all kinds of bad luck
will come upon those whoiatlie Lave
left behind on this mundane sphere.
. To wander cashless around the
walls of the world beyond our ken
must not be the portion of any gxd
celestial who has brought up his chil children
dren children In the way they should have gone.
There Is nothing simp.er than the
method of making the transfer from
this to the great beyond, observes the
New York Sun. The dutiful son gje
. to a store and buys such paper money,
specially printed for spirit consump consumption,
tion, consumption, as he can afford. A returned mis missionary
sionary missionary who recently itddressed the
old Dutch Reformed church at Tap Tap-pan,
pan, Tap-pan, N. Y., went Into one of those es establishments
tablishments establishments In Cfclna where spirit
money might be had, and asked how
much exchange might te at the pres-
ent time and how mch was really
necessary to the coaiort of one's
"About 110,000 velly good. came the
response from the dealer. "Then $1,000
makes plenty good cash.
"It seems to me that it must keep
the people poor to buy so much," sug suggested
gested suggested the missionary. "Very expen expensive
sive expensive very."
"Ancestors need much cash," the
dealer answered. "Take so much
burn him up $10,000."
"It does seem a great deal," moral moralized
ized moralized the Inquirer. "Far too great a
burden. How much In American
The merchant of lucre fingered long
and thoughtfully on his counting ma machine
chine machine or abacus which may be seen
on every shop counter, and then
passed over, a huge sheaf of red paper
"Cachem for four cents," was the
The World's Largest Watch,
History "records the making of some
huge timepieces, like the turret clocks
of old, with hands ten feet long and
with a bell which could be heard twen-.
tj?miles away. But it remained for
the experts of our own day and gen generation
eration generation to produce the biggest watch
known to the science of horology.
The giant timekeeper, which, cost
$5,000, recently was exhibited at the
National, museum in Washington.
Great crowds flocked to see the d"iails
of construction and observe the me mechanical
chanical mechanical action of the object which is
the guardian of man's habits and the
critic of his wasted moments.
The big fellow is 9 inches in di diameter
ameter diameter and 1 Inches thick or six
times as large as the standard watch,
it Is said that the average time re required
quired required to build a good watch is uiae
months, and lhat it often take a full
year. If this be so. one can be led to
fanciful, speculation as to how loim
H took to make the various parts or
the mammoth watch and to assemble
and teat theiu. for this Interesting spec specimen
imen specimen Is complete and perfect In every
detail. Pivots, staffs, balance, hair
spring every thin g In fact, is exact exactly
ly exactly like the watch which you carry
around In your vest pocket. Scientific
Plenty of Fish.
.- Now that we are hearing so much
of the rapidly approaching end of the
earth's coal supply, the earth's oil sup supply
ply supply and various other supplier, it I
comforting to realize that at least one
of the greatest food factors Is afe
EvfIJ ,nteuslTe fishing that was
carrle,, on Britain's eoats in
prewar days made no Impression 00
the ocean's boundless store, Souw ;
years ago the board of agriculture.
they c all the authorities that look
the fishing Intert sis f the old
tested the extent of the fishing perH
tions in the North sea. Bottle wen wen-set
set wen-set adrift and It was found that over
half of them were captured. Marked
fish were next tried and gave almost a
similar result This seemed to indicate
a rather poor outlook for the fili. but
such i the productive capacity of the
female fish there I no danger of even
such vigorous fishlng-JiavIng any seri serious
ous serious effect. Brooklyn Eagle.
Cows for Doorkeepers.
Campaigners In Calcutta challenge
the well-known soliciting teams In thl
country for as unique an obstacle to
subscriptions as cows.
Getting by the .vifrhhoard operator
and the secretary are well-known diffi difficulties
culties difficulties encountered in these United
States, but Calcutta declares "I am
sure that none of yon have to step over
cows lying at the front .door when you
visit the office of a commercial firm."
This Is ao extract from the report of
the Y. V. C. A. -arnpaign n Calcutta,
which was suci-eful.
In the campaign for the Belgium T T-'V.
'V. T-'V. C, A- ten tejun raised 192.34S
francs, which more than their
goal hy"a thousand francs. Tientsin
(China) Y- W. C. A, sctively helping
In the famine district, secured their
yearly, budget of $7.O0O. The Czetho Czetho-slorkia
slorkia Czetho-slorkia association is working on plana
for a T. W. C A. building campaign
Need Cranking Up,
"First Citizen You can't stop a man
from thinking I
Second Ditto No. but he difficulty
is to start him!
FRESIi CANE SYRUP
I am now grinding cane, and those
who desire to get fresh syrup at the
miU will please call at once, or phone
me. Price 80 cents per gallon.
9-4t Lee L. Priest.
GINGIIAMS! It wouldn't lock like
there was a shortage on Ginghams to
see our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-St
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS." t
f""y t p All fnwi
Weld All Metals
For Satisfaction Give Us a
PhSne 597 Mgts Phone 40S j
ITT O f
Any Hat in house
Let Us Furnish
Federal Bakery Bakery-Makers
Makers Bakery-Makers of the
Arrival and departure cf passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AVI LINE RAILHOAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 run
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pa
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pa
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrstrg 4:C5 ta
2:55 am NTork-St Pctrslii,' 1:35 ta
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 ua
0pm Tarn pa-M ana tee 1:0 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:C5pss
ATLANTIC COAST LINE E. E.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:23 ;jn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:2a pm
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pa
J-.UOpm liomosassa 1:25 pta
10:15 pm Leesburg G:2ass
1:45 pm GainesviUe 11:50 aa
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor'in the city.
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. fit
will trcc!i a Ccld, Tcver zzl
Grippe quicker 1122a erjIIiIho
we tsov,prevcn!Iri pusszicnb
Your favorite odor cf psrfjr.sry
can be had in the famous Frer.ch I'! --conettes
conettes --conettes at the Court Pfcs.rni.icj. C;
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25
7:10 tm Dunnelloa-Vikox
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