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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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' WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Thursday; little change in temperature. TE3IPERATURESTr.is morning, 53; this afternoon, 72.
VOL 21 7 OCALA, FLORIDA, WENDESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1921 7 N() 29
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SETTLE THE STRIFE
OF CEflTUMES

Ardent Wish for Peace Expressed
From the Throne Today by The
Kin? of England
: London, Dec. 14. (By Associated
Press). Opening the .special session
of parliament, called to consider the
Irish peace settlement this morning,
King George said in his speech from
the throne: "It is my earnest hope
that by the articles of agreement now
submitted to you the strife of cen centuries
turies centuries may be ended." -i
AMERICAN LEGION OFFICERS,
... WILL MEET IN OCA LA
Convention of the Commanders
Adjutants of the State Will
Assemble Here Jan. 9th
and
v Edither because it is centrally lo lo-,
, lo-, rated and is a "capital" place for a
convention, or because of the reputa reputation
tion reputation Ocala has for entertaining, it has
been selected for the convention of
commanders and adjutants of the
American Legion of the state. This
convention will be held here beginning
on"the '9th of January: "About" 150
mi?n from all patts of the state will
atjtend this meeting arid it will be a
great means of advertising our town.
Lj H Chazal, local aifjutant of the
legion,'' received a telegram from? State
Commander-Lowvie of Tampa, re requesting
questing requesting that we allow 'this convention
ti neet with us in January and the
Ocala, post immc Uatefy wired accept-
ance -the honor.
i CAPTURED AND CONFESSED
j ;
Aubrey Nichols, Who Committed a
Crime at DeLand, Caught W ith
The Goods On
(Associated Press)
'Jacksonville, D.ec. 14. Aubrey
Nichols, of Greenwood, S C., alias
James W. Tucker of Savannah, age 20
years, was arrested h ere -last night
and according to the police confessed
to entering. the home, of a resident of
DeLand last week, posing as a plumb plumbed,
ed, plumbed, attacking the resident's wife and
after leaving her unconscious escap escaping
ing escaping with jewelryHundreds of citizens
pf DeLand combed the woods for sev several
eral several days und nights in the search
tbat followed. The rnan wa& arrested,
on suspicion when he 'j attempted to
pawn a watch and when searched the
police said they-found an-;' engraved
diamond ring stolen at the time of
the robbery in DeLand. Later officers
said Nichols confessed,
JACKSONVILLE END OF
" f TPS- G LICK STEIN MURDER
1 (Associated Press)
1 Jacksonville, Dec. 14. Mrs. Chas
S. Raizen, held in New York for the
killing there Saturday of Dr. Abra
ham dickstem, wrote a local hard
Ware, concern r while in Daytona last
month for information about the epst
pf a revolver with a noiseless attach
ment, according to the local police,
who have the communication in their
- possession. The letter was dated Nov,
23rd and the pistol with which Glickr
stein was shot was purchased from a
concern here Pec. 2nd. The police here
today are searching for the man who,
accompanied by and unidentified wom
an and giving the name of E. G. Ellis,
purchased a pistol whose number cor
responds with that with which Glick Glick-stein
stein Glick-stein was shot. The man is described
as about six feet tall, thin, with a sal sallow
low sallow complexion and very nervous,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEETING
There will be a special called meet meeting
ing meeting of the teachers, officers and work workers
ers workers of the Bible school at the First
Christian church this evening at 7:30.
Rev. Chas. H. : Trout, Pastor.
NEW RESTAURANT
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
public square,
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
Something new. ENGLISH perfum perfumed
ed perfumed pottery. THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
NEW TOYS from Paris at THE
GIFT SHOP. 14-3t
See the beautiful 5ew Toys for
girls and boys direct from Paris, at
THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
'Log Cabin candy at half price. All
kinds of home made : candies fresh
daily. Quality Fruit Store, next to
Masters. 10-tf

1SUUK UN US and Desk bets in
many styles at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

TO MEET III OPEII
SESSiOIl TOMORROW

Irish Co-operation or Opposition the
Question Now Before The
Dail Eireann
Dublin, Dec. 14. (By Associated
Press). The Dail Eireann met in
public session today for consideration
of the Anglo-Irish agreement, but
after, the formal opening and a brief
discussion of the credentials of pleni plenipotentiaries
potentiaries plenipotentiaries at the London conference,
went into secret session.
DELAYED ONE DAY
Later: The question of ratifying or
rejecting the Anglo-Irish agreement
by Dail Eireann was postponed until
Thursday when apub lie session will
be held.
O. K. ADS. WILL tE
DOUBLY INTERESTING
Our ads. for Thursday Friday and
Saturday of this week gives you an
opportunity to get one of three hand
some prizes. There will be several
misspelled words in them.
The one who sends us a corrected
list of these misspelled words and the
best 50 to- 100-word essay on "Why
the O. K. is the Leading Ocala Groc
ery Store," will receive five pounds
paper shell pecans; second prize,
rge bottle Queen olives : and one
pound box Schraft's candy; third
prize, one pound lox Schraft's choco
late candy,
There are no strings to this contest,
you don t nave to spenq a penny to
enter. All answers must be at our
store by noon Monday, Dec. 19th.
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY,
14-2t Harvey Clark, Prop.
SALMON SUPPER
Mr. Walter Ray, than whom no man
likes better to have his friendj&around
him, gave a lucky bunch of said
friends a salmon st-pper at the Union
Station Restaurant Tuesday evening.
The fortunate guests were Rev. W. F.
Creson, Judge W. S. Bullock, Dr. E.
G. Peek and Messrs D. E. Mclver, J.
H. Therrell, Mack Taylor, Arthur
Cobb, H. M. Hampton, .Roger Dodd,
Harry Borland, W. W. Condon, A. L.'
McKay, Carl Ray and J. H. Benja
min. Mr. Kay has friends on both
sides of the continent as well as some!
in the middle, and one, living in Seat
tle, away over on the Pacific coast,
sent him some of the biggest, finest
salmon ever caught in that fish-
favored: region. He turned them over
to Mr. W. M. Davidson of the railroad
restaurant to prepare for the delecta
tion of his friends, and "Shorty," who
takes an artistic es well as a human
interest in such affairs, certainly car car-i
i car-i ied out hiS contract to the nth degree.
Mr. Ray and his guests sat down to
their feast at eight o'clock.. The sal salmon,
mon, salmon, cooked to. a turn, made the piece
de resistance and with them went
really, truly corn pone, potatoes, celr
ery, peas, salad and coffee. This was
the first time most of the "guests had
ever tasted any but canned salmon,
and while the canned product is a
delicacy it simply isn't in it with the
fish which, sent catecornered across
the continent, were as fresh as the
hour they were pulled out of the wa
ter in Puget Sound.
The viands disposed of, smokes and
talks followed. There was a box of
fine cigars, but it was missing; but
after diligent search it was found on
Harry Borland's lap. This must have
bten an oversight, for Harry's dislike
for cigars is well known. Dr. Peek,
the successful candidate lor mayor,
was called on for a speech and hap
pily responded. Mr. D. E. Mdver was
also called on, and spoke up like a
good old sport. I here wasn t any
happier man at the tabl than Mr.
Mac. Most of the other feaster's had
some appropriate words to say, and
after warm congratulations to Mr Mr-Ray,
Ray, Mr-Ray, and sincere hopes he would soon
have some more salmon, they depart
ed, happy and well filled, to their
homes.
We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv arriving
ing arriving daily. Free delivery, phone 596,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
place. 14-6t
OXFORD BIBLES. All sizes and
prices, borne India paper editions at
THE BOOK SHOP.
14-3t
READ THEADO

ITU CITIES II

ASSIST OCALA
In the Effort to Prevent State Autho Authorities
rities Authorities from Adding to the Capitol
. Building at Unauthorized
Expense
(Associated Press)
Palatka, Dec. 14. The" board
governors of the local chamber
of
of
commerce decided todaythat Palatka
will join Ocala and other cities of pe peninsular
ninsular peninsular Florida n their effort p pre prevent
vent prevent the expenditure of any state
moneys on extending and improving
the capitol at Tallahassee. Replying
to the invitation of attorneys repre representing
senting representing the movement launched in
Ocala, the chiber sent a telegram
saying Palatka s desire for capital re removal
moval removal is unselfish end this city as the
logical situation for the capital site is
secondary to having it located at some
place more convenient and eionomical
to a majority of the tax payers of the
state;
Attorney Hampton received this
afternoon the following telegram:
Palatka, Fla., Dec. 14.
H. M. Hampton, Ocala, Fla.: We
are unalterably opposed to any action
on the part of the state adding- to the
burden of the people. by expending
any sum available or to be made
available tending to hinder removal
of the capital to h point more conven convenient
ient convenient and economical to the vast ma majority
jority majority of taxpayers. We will do our
part in contributing moral support
and legal assistance in your present
laudable effort.
Palatka Chamber of Commerce.
DEDICATION OF THE
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH
The dedication of the new Catholic
church of the Blessed Trinity on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue, which was to have
taken place next Sunday, has been
postponed. The dedication will take
place the second Sunday in January.
The postponement has been made nec necessary
essary necessary for the reason that it will not
be possible to complete the church by
this coming Sunday.
EXPLAINS MANHATTAN'S
TASTE FOR HOI DOGS
(Associated Press)
New York, Dec; 14. The secret pf
what makes the hot dog wild is out.
New York's frankfurter taste was al always
ways always strong but recently the police
t Madison Square Garden during the
six-day bicycle race were unable to
understand why certain vendors had
on trouble in disposing of their entire
kennels at 30 cents per dog. The au authorities
thorities authorities were considering some means
for 'stopping profiteering when one
policeman purchased a round and
uponpuncturing it, found pure moon
shine. JNow the police are casting a
mean eye at every hot dog in town.
CAPT. BRIDGES WITH THE; 1
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Mr. Philip G. Murphy, of the.Mur-
phy Motor Company, announces that
Mr. Thomas E- Bridges is now asso
ciated with him in the sale of Stude
baker automobiles and the operation
of the garage on North Main street.
Capt. Tom Bridges is well and favor favorably
ably favorably known throughout Florida. He
is anxious to greet all his friends at
his new location. Mr. Bridges will de devote
vote devote most of his time to caring for
the needs of the public at the garage.
Mr. Murphy will devote his energies
mainly to the sale pf the popular
Studebaker automobiles. They are
greatly increasing' the stock of parts
and general accessories, so that they
may more promptly care for-the wants
of their customers.
Mr. Murphy also announces that
the automobile repair shop operated
in connection with the garage and
sal esr room has been leased by the
Murphy Motor Company to Mr. H. A.
Seneff and Mr. H. J. Willard. These
gentlemen will continue to operate the
shop as the Studebaker service sta
tion. They will appreciate all work
brought to them and will guarantee
satisfactory work on all makes of
cars. They will be glad to serve all
their old customers and expect many
new ones. Mr. Seneff has" for the past
year been foreman of the Murphy
Motor Company's repair shop and Mr
Willard has for several years been
connected with the Spenoer-Pedrick
Company, Buick distributors.
We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv-
ing daily. Free delivery, phone 596,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
place. 14-Cit
Ladies' COATS. New Stock just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York

Styles. FISHEL'S - lZ-3t

ALBERTUS VOGT

Discoverer of Phosphate in Florida,
Brought Home for His
Final Rest
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Dec. 14. The body of
AJbertus Vogt, dis-coverer of phos phosphate
phate phosphate in Florida, who died at his home
here yesterday after a long illness,
will be taken to Ocala today for
burial.
Mr. Vogt was sinking a well at
Dunnellon May 1, 1889, when he found
a phosphate deposit and later sold
the property for $200,000. He was a
native of South Carolina, and a Con Confederate
federate Confederate veteran. Before settling in
Florida he surveyed railroad routes in
Mexico. Later he became chief of the
South Pacific railroad engineering
corps and directed selection of the
route of that line into Los Angeles
from the east. He was 71 years old.
.
The remains of Mr. Vogt arrived
from Jacksonville this afternoon and
escorted by a number of old friends
were taken to the Blue Sing cemetery
near Santos, where they were laid to
their, final rest. Particulars tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. K. OF P. CARRYING
FORWARD ITS CLASS
The K. of P. meeting Monday night
was largely attended, some forty
members being present. In the course
of regular business an appropriation
cf $10 was made for the civic Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree. The class of pages was
then called in and instructed in the
lessons of the second rank. Each and
every one received instruction that
will probably last him the remainder
of his life. The class consists of
Messrs. G. R. Turner, B. M. McKin McKin-ney,
ney, McKin-ney, E. C. Stanaland, W. A. Furr, Nel Nelson
son Nelson A. Dosh, Jack E. Williams, J. M.
Jackson, C. T. Enzian. ; They will re receive
ceive receive the accolade at the next meeting.
BOARD OF TRADE WIW
MEET AND ADJOURN
Trade Body Decides That It .Will Not
Run in Opposition to the
Minstrel Show
Because of the fact that there will
be a minstrel at the theater next
Thursday night, Dec. 22nd, it has been
decided thai the Board of Trade will
meet that night at- 8 o'elpok, as sched scheduled
uled scheduled and immediately adjourn the
meeting to Friday night at the same
hour. It is because of the frequent j
occurrence of other meetings and at attractions
tractions attractions in the city on the regular
meeting night of the Board of Trade,
that the secretary will recommend a
change in the by-laws to provide for
the fixing of the dates of meeting by
the board of governors, with not less
than one meeting every three months.
At the meeting next Friday night,
the members of the Board of Trade
will be asked to discuss plans for 193"2
and to consider several amendments to
the constitution and by-laws. Among
the arnendfnents proposed is a change
of the name of the organization from
Marion County Board of Trade to the
Marion County Chamber of Commerce.
The change to th title of chamber of
commerce is being made by many
commercial bodies throughout the
country and a number of changes
have recently been made in Florida.
By far the largest number of commer
cial organizations in the country have
adopted the title chamber of com commerce,
merce, commerce, and this title has become very
generally associated with organiza
tions doing civic as well as commer
cial and; industrial work. The title
board of trade and similar titles are
usually associated with bodies whose
primary object is purely commercial
and therefore is limited in scope.
ORAL HYGIENE
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 at attend.
tend. attend. Full assortment of apples for your
Christmas needs. Phone 596, Ft, King
Confectionery, Mason's place. 14-6t
Ladies HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

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AilCULTURISTS
Jwint Committee of Congress Makes
. Thirteen Recommendations In
Favor of the Farmers
(Associated Press)
-Washington,' Dec. 14 Thirteen rec recommendations,
ommendations, recommendations, including legalization
ol co-operative marketing combina combinations,
tions, combinations, lowering freight rates on agri agricultural
cultural agricultural products end the establish. establish.-ro?nt
ro?nt establish.-ro?nt of agricultural attaches in Eu European
ropean European capitals, were made in the re report
port report of a joint congressional commis-
sion of agricultural inquiry filed to-
di.y in the Senate.
This is a Studebaker year.
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"THE FASHION CENTER"

The Election is Over
Do Your Christmas Shopping
Now. Hundreds of Prae-
lical and Useful Gifts
now on display at
the most reasona reasonable
ble reasonable prices

New Goods Arrived, this Morning:
Martha Four Foot Stockings, in pretty
Individual Xmas Boxes, at

S4.50

are Headquarters tor Character
Dolls, from
81.25 to $5.95 $

Jewelry Novelties

Hacikcrcfilels, from 15c to 22c each.
Fancy and Madeira
Boxed Handkerchiefs, from
Parasols, from
For Neckpieces, from
Lace Neckwear, from
Silk and Philippine Underthings, from
Leather and Velvet Handbags, from

The above are Just a lew suggestions.
Hundreds o! other useful and prac practical
tical practical gilt suggesUons.

Coals, Suits and
at half
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iEVEII THE FflEIIC

HUG EASY
Offer to Temporarily Fores Cash
Payments on the" German
War Indemnity
Paris, Dec. 14. (By Associated
Press). France is willrng tempora temporarily
rily temporarily to forego cash reparation pay payments
ments payments from Germany, a high official
today told the 'Associated Press.
TLe O. K. Teapot Grocery is offei offei-ing
ing offei-ing a splendid opportunity to the
Ocala high school students to show
their ability in composition and or orthography.
thography. orthography. Read its announcement in
today's paper.
from 25c to S5.09
These include
25c to $2.50
$3.50 to $3.50
$7.50 to $59.50
25c to $150
$J.50 to $12.50
$1.25 to $12.50
Wool Dresses
price
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Attacks on Non-Union Miners in Kan Kansas
sas Kansas Coal Fields Cause State
Troops to be Called Out
(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Kans., Dec. 14. As the
result of reports that a mob of wom women
en women was headed toward Pittsburg and
that seizure of Van Bittner, represen representative
tative representative cf the miners union here, was
planned, a squad of American Legion
men hastily formed for duty at the
hotel where Eisner maintains head-,
quarters. A stack of rifles was placed
ia the lobby.
NAITIONAL GUARD CALLED OUT
Topeka, Dec 14 Notices were sent
today to all Kansas National Guard
organizations to put themselves in
readiness to entrain for the Pittsburg
coal fields. No order for movement
has yet been issued.
THREE COMPANIES AT ONCE
Pittsburg, Kans., Dec. 14. Three
companies of Kansas National Guard
are being mobilized for entrainment
to Pittsburg for duty in the coal field.
Orders for the mobilization followed a
cal from Sheriff Gould to the governor
this morning.
ORAL HYGIENE ADVOCATED
BEFORE THE ROTARY CLUB
Major Harry Butler ol the United
States Public Health Service, who is
now making a survey of oral hygiene
among the children of the public
schools in the city, was a guest yes
terday, at the regular weekly lunch luncheon
eon luncheon of the Ocala R tary Club. Major
Butler made a most interesting and
instructive address on the importance
of oral hygiene as a means to disease
prevention, saying that the public
schools should be operated on a busi business
ness business basis and comparing the schools
to a stock company in which the
citizens and community are interested
as stock holders. He urged that the
citizens and members of the Rotary
Club in particular take the same in
terest in the schools that they would
in any other institution in which they
n'&ke investment.
"The United States Public Health
Service has found that there is a very
definite relationship between the con
dition of the mouth of the child and
the efficiency of the child as a stud student,"
ent," student," said Dr. Butler. "It never fail3
to be true that the child with a poor
mouth condition is also poor in school
work."
Ifajor Butler stated that a reduc
tion of the inefficiency of the student
reduces the cost of operating the
schools and he called attention espe
cially to the number of. children who
are each year repeating grades due to'
their poor work. He stated that in
Bridgeport, Conn., a campaign of oral
hygiene had reduced the retardation
of the children in the schools of that
city 30 per cent, thus greatly benefit benefiting
ing benefiting the children and at the same time
reducing the ost of operating the
schools
- "The mouth is the gate by which
the great majority of diseases enter
the system," said Major Butler. The
officer stated that the introduction of
physical training at the high school in
Ocala was a splendid thing. He stated,
however, that while the physical train training
ing training built up the bodies of the children,
and gave the children greater power
of resistance to disease, it was more
important that the germs which cause
the diseases should be attacked from
the front. He stated that the mouth
is the first line trench of the germs
which enter the system and that the
attack should be made on this first
line line trench, and at the same tims
that support should be given this at attack
tack attack by the development resulting
from physical training. He advocated
the introduction ia the schools of a'
tooth brush drill. The major said that
the drill founded foolish but that it
was of great importance in instruct instructing
ing instructing children how to use the tooth
brush properly and in forming a habit
of using a tooth brush. In Cleveland
he stated that tooth brush drills were
conducted to the accompaniment of
music.
Mr, Roger Dodd was present at the
luncheon as the guest of Rotarian
Fred Hocker. State Attorney ScofielJ
wkas the guest of Rotarian Louis PU PU-lans.
lans. PU-lans. Mr. Scofield made a brief ad ad-diess
diess ad-diess which was much appreciated.
The luncheon was served by the
members cf the Woman's Cub and'
was much enjoyed.
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
ptt the town cleaned up, before the
tourist season opens.
Mrs. John Good, Chairmar.,
Civics, Woman's Cub.

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id it, without leaving any room for
doubt, and the city government has

a firm basis on which to take its bear

ings and from which to shape its
course.
We believe that Tuesday's' election
will promote harmony and prosperity.
The-gentlemen elected are able and
honest and have the best of reason to

desire the city's advancement, for its
best interests are inextricably bound
in their own.

While we expect the winning candi

dates to do better, it is only fair to

say that the defeated haven't done so
worse." : In some things they have dis

played considerable ability, and while
they have made mistakes and been too
autocratic, yet compared with similar

officials in other cities they have
made : a pretty fair average. They

have done much hard work (which,

however, compliance with the law

nrght have spared them), and have
drawn a great deal of criticism, some

of which has been vnjust.' We shouldn't

be surprised if they won't be rather
glad in the next four years to stand
on the side lines and heave friendly
chunks of mud at heir successful
competitors while the latter toil and
sreat and try to brush away the
gnftts (and hornets) of popular complaint.

A CAKD OF THANlvS
FROM DEL PEEK

To the Citizens of Ocala: It is not
an easy task to find words with which
to express my sincere gratitude to the
good men and noble women of this

icity for that manifestation of confi

dence in an humble citizen, shown by
such a signal victory at the polls on
Tuesday. And, while I am made to
rejoice, I also realize the responsibili responsibilities
ties responsibilities that are mine,and while I try to
thank you, I also pledge the best that
is in me to a service rendered tothe
upbuilding of the city of jOcala, and
to this end I seek your loyal CO CO-OPERATIONanJ
OPERATIONanJ CO-OPERATIONanJ again I ask you to

accept my thanks. .

Respectfully yours,
Eugene G. Peek.

ACCOUNTING UP

ALL MISUNDERSTANDING
IS CLEARED AWAY

The election of Tuesday was, if we
mistake not, cleared away all misun misunderstanding
derstanding misunderstanding about what the people of
Ocala want done vith their charter.

The
lows:

election returns were as fol

For Mayor

j

E; G. Peek .......

T. Thomas .................
, Peek's majority .... . . ...
. For Councilman at Large

E. H. Martin .

1 i

For Councilman First Ward
If. W. Henry ..
A A. Winer .... ... ... .......

" Henry's majority

550

116
434

610

489
150
339

.. For Councilman Third Ward

W.: R. Pedrick 446
I. E. Mclver . ...... .V. .. 199

Pedrick's majority

....'247

TEA FOR VISITORS

WELL, WELL, WELL! HA! HA! I1A!

1

EAT AT THE MAXINE

Santa Claus is a? happy as the day Best rr-?als in the city for 50 cents.
is long, and then seme. He knows he i Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone ;
is going to make Ocala in time to be 1 200. 310 N. Main street. tf i
on the courthouse square sometime j
Saturday evening. He also knows how j We sell the famous Alabama Inde-
he is going to get there, whether in a ' ructible Dolls. Call and see the :
car, a Ford or on foot. And, O, joy! !l rge line on display for Christmas, i
His new scarlet suit will be all finish- j Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 1-tf
ec4 and ready for him by that time. J : j

men ne win be on nana -to take the

names and addresses of all the boys
and girls who come to him and tell

M 1CATION AND PHONE NOTICE

CIT PEG!

FOR SALE OR

TO REN

I have some very desirable houses and apait apait-men
men apait-men s funiishtd and unfurnished.
V. M. WILSON, Ocala, Florida
ROCERS-WIbON REALTY CD.

Dr. F. E. MeClane is now located
Li Commercial Bank building. Office

i phone 113 two rings; residerwre
i phne 151. tt

KEEP YOUNG

To sum up, the ticket which. was in

favor of "giving the charter a chance"
won by from two and a fourth to al almost
most almost five votes to one. There has

, never, before been such- a landslide in
a city election. It will ? be observed
that, the defeated candidate who fared

. best was the one who people had the
.most reason to believe would change
his policy toward the charter if his

colleagues were defeated. : ;

, Theelection figures mean,, if they
mean anything, that the people of
S. Ocala expect the incoming council to

elect a city manager and let him man manage,
age, manage, expecting subordinate officials to
carry out his instructions, ; while the

t council ; confines itself to judging said
manager by the results of his : work
. and the other duties laid down for it

in the charter. It may also (be ;in

fered that, the people want this charf
. ter neither clamped ; on them nor

thrown away.. They ;. want a fair

chance to judge of ita workings and
to have it amendeil,; if amendment it
needs (we think it does), and ita
amendments ratified by & referendum

vote, so the peopltf1 will have a solid,

reliable instrument to, guide their
cit v government, and, one that no man
or set of men can feel justified in put putting
ting putting his or their own construction on.

The Star is not goingj to do -any

crowing over the election, altho' what

it has contended far has been ratified
by an immense majority. While the
i Star, during the campaign, expressed

its own genuine opinion, it was also

expressing what the people had been

saying to it for some years. So while

. .we expect much better J government
from the men elected Tuesday, we will
do justice to the defeated, and say
they not only did some good work but
had some reason to believe they were
carrying out the popular will.
. There has been, a cloud over the
; charter from the day it was adopted
, until Tuesday. The charter, was
framed in 1917 Iry a number of our
representative men, who had good
v. reason to believe they were" carrying
:. out the popular will. One of the poli policies
cies policies on which they, were elected was
what was believed to be a form of
city government in which most affairs
were ,to be put in the hands of one
man who was to ircport to the council,
which was to support him if it thought
. he was doing good work, and dismiss
him if it. thought, lie wasn't ; This
charter was not submitted to the peo people
ple people for ratification, f but it i was dis-

, cussed and approved by a meeting of
representative mum. There is little
- doubt that the people would have rati rati--
- rati-- j fied it-if it had been submitted to
their vote. But in the first election
under the charter, the candidates for
- councilmen who ;f avored it were de defeated.
feated. defeated. It is true there were other
reasons for their defeat, but the sue-
, cessful candidates had some right to
think a majority of the people disap disapproved
proved disapproved of the charter. This gave them
no legal right to disregard the char-
. ter, but, like many other men would

have done, they accepted what seemed

feasible for them to consider, a right.

The people had; no; fair and square

;ar.d unmistakablle opportunity to ex
press their opinion on the subject un
lil Tuesday. Niw they have express

Since Saturday's daily, in which

was printed my last report on the in industrial
dustrial industrial school Christmas tree fund,

hava received -several additional

dollars, of which I riow give account-

M.' J. Timmons, Miss Nellie Stev

ens, a good lady who insists on re

maining unknown, S. Hj Gaitskill of

Mcintosh, our "American brother" out

at Irvine, Guy D. Howlett, Jack Camp,

Milby Lloyd and Mrs. Philip Murphy.

These make the total amount $141, in

addition to which must be reported a

big bagfull of fine popcorn, contribut

ed by Mrs. Addie G. Smith, who lives

a couple of miles northwest of town

on the Blitchton road.

Several other friends ; have offered

money, but on being told the fund had

been raised have given their dollars
instead to other worthy causes, of
which there are several deserving

help.

On counting up, I find that one

hundred and twenty-five friends as

sisted me in making up this fund, and

am certain of a good many more

who would have gladly contributed
had I appealed to them. I have asked
but few to give, aand from only four
have I received refusals. All the
others gladly complied, and at least

three-fourths of the givers were vol

unteers. I thank them all for making
an already pleasant task a perfect

joy. jhb.

COOP APPLES

Brother Benjamin of the Ocala Star

refers to his "cup of chickory and
couple of coop apples." Looking over

aHist of Florida products we Tail to
find this brand of ppples, which leads

us to believe Marion county is 'hold 'holding
ing 'holding out on the world. Jacksonville
Metropolis.

i O, man, we have the finest coop ap

ples in the world in old Marion
have them in plenty when they can't
be obtained elsewhere for love or

money. Lome up this way sometime,

and we will have a platterfull to to-gether,one
gether,one to-gether,one side up or two, with thick,
wide slices of Marion county ham
that's better than am, and you can go
back down to your little riverside village-with
a happy heart.

Mrs. Paul Simmons was ; hostess

ytsterday afternoon from 4 to 5:30 at

tea, honoring four visitors, Mrs.

Carson Lee of Washington, Mrs. Ral-

ford Simmons of Statesboro, Ga Mrs.

Kartzog and Miss Rizer of Olar, S. C.

The attractive Simmons home on

Oklawaha made a fitting background
for this pleasant sbcial event. The
living rooms on the lower floor of the

house were opened en suite and ex exquisite
quisite exquisite pinK roses vere used in quan quantities
tities quantities in all of the rooms, with the

dark green of potted ferns as an at

tractive contrast to the delicate pink

of the roses.

Mrs. Leverett Futch, sister-in-law

of the hostess, assisted her in receiv receiving
ing receiving the guests, meeting them as they

entered and presenting them to Mrs

Simmons and the honor guest, who

teceived in the music room. Mrs. Ed

mund Martin also assisted during the

aJternoon in the living room,

Mrs. Harry Walters charmingly
presided over the dining room in which
during the afternoon refreshments

were served. This room was unusual

ly pretty. The centerpiece of the

dining table which was covered with

handsome Madeira tea cloth, was a

low bowl of pink roses, on either side

of which stood lighted pink candles in

silver sticks. Vases and roses and
lighted candles were also used to ad

vantage on the buffet and mantle.

Sandwiches and fancy hom$ made

cakes, salted almonds and crystalized

sianefruit peel were served to the

guests. Mrs. Mamie Hall poured cof

fee and Mrs. William Hocker poured

tea for the first hour, Mrs. Louis W
Duval pouring coffee and Mrs. TVH

Johnsci. tea during the second hour,

Serving were Miss Callie Gissendaner,

Miss Ethel Home, .Miss Margaret

Hocker and Miss Jess Dehon.

During the afternoon 'about fifty

friends called and were delighted to

have, this pleasant opportunity of
aain meeting these four visitors in
whose honor there have been many
delightful affairs-

him what they would like for Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, an3 either the mothers or fathers
or both should be present about that
time too:
- Santa heard a ieport to the effect
that an' officer of the United States

army who happened to be in the city j People with bad backs and weak

just now told the Rotarians yesterday kidneys are apt to feel old at sixty,
that Ocala and the country surround-'(Many old folks say Doans Kidney

ing it have a mighty fine class of chil-QP1 reV ounZ' nere 8
dren, and that there is a whole big lot jm DSmali, retired merchant, N.
of them too. Fine! That's all right! Osceola St., says: "I had be.n suffer-

There is not one too many for Santa ing with pains across the small of

Claus. The more the merrier. There ."a "u 'VJZf
-il u hmbs often ached ana felt nemb. My
will be Christmas joy for every one of kidney3 dicmt act right and at ti
ii ji i .'. .. .

mem, regaraiess wnen uiey come tojtce secretions were scanty and pam pam-the
the pam-the municipal Christmas tree on theUul n passage. I. had a dull, achy

city lot on Christmas eve.

Don't forget that Mr. DeWitt Grif

fin is the financial agent for Santa

feeling al lover until I- used Doan's
Kidney Pills, which I got at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Doan's prov proved
ed proved effective and coon had me well. I

MasglsssBMWBsssMWsM
" ' "" "" 1 11 11

Ji

4 SERVICE -KTCY-1

f PHONE 71
Simmons, GARAGE

H
il
y

Claus and he will be glad to take yourjkn't had any return of these ail-

subsenptiom.

The civic committee of the Woman's

Club felt that they had a pretty en encouraging
couraging encouraging day yesterday when they

earned of a donation from the

Knights of Pythias for ,,.$10.00

H. Benjamin $ 2.00

John J. Neighbour 1.00

C. Darden 1.00

George MacKay 1.00

Cash 2.00

ments since.

Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Small had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 9
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station

Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf

GINGHAMS! It wouldn't look like

t'iere was a shortage on Ginghams to

see our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

No Christmas package is complete

without photographs. We make them.

Revel's Studio. 13-6t

This is a Studebaker year.

MARION. DUNN LODGE MEETING

Shop early a.vi avoid the rush.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

St. Margaret's Guild and the Altar
Guild of Grace Episcopal church will
hold their annual Christmas sale of
fancy work, cakes and candy on the
Ocala House porch Wednesday, Dec.

14th, starting at 10 o'clock.. 8-5t
Flaconcttes perfumery, all odors.

' ?i.one 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

V

FT"

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bo rill t

ran

a hun j

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p
stak' lone.

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1 !'

Negotiable Storage Receipts ftwoed on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc.

LONG DISTANCE U0WIQ
Fhome 23

MO v;. PACK. SHIP
J E STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
U K MTU RE. ETC

i

Regular meeting Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M., Dec. 15th,
1921, at 7:30 p. m. Election of offi officers
cers officers for the ensuing year.
14-2t B. L. Adams, Sec'y.

The Baptists who have clothing to
be sent to the Russian relief, will
please send to Mrs. C. L Collins to today
day today and tomorrow morning as the
packages will be racked tomorrow aft

ernoon. It tnere is no way oi getting
this clothing to Mrs. Collins, phone
her and she will have it called for.
Let us do everything we can to help
those less fortunate than ourselves.

Thi. is a Stulebaker year.

A good bargain is to get what you

want when you want it at a reason

able price. Low prices are not always
bargains when it comes to buying
FURNITURE. Theus Brothers, No.

4 North Magonlia St., Ocala. 12-2-5t

WARTMANN COTTAGE

' The new building- at the state
school for deaf and blind, at St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, has been completed and ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. It is uptodate in every par particular.
ticular. particular. It has been named Wartmann
Cottage, in honor of Ed L. Wartmann,
Marion county's representative on the

board of-control, who has put in many
years in unselfish and skillful work to

forwardthe cause of education in
Florida.1 -w--V.l

EMINENt OCALANS

Mr Louis W. Duval and Dr. J. H

Therrell of this city were elected by

the Florida Methodist Conference at
Orlando laymen delegates from this
state to the General Conference. As

there are only. five laymen delegates
from the state, the compliment to the
two gentlemen -and their city is con

siderable.

REQUIESCAT IN PACE

Some say it was an election and
some say it was a landslide, but one
jokative citizen says it was the burial

of Will Taylor. Will can wreck we is

cat in pace now. His work is done.

i STATIONERY! White & Wyckcff

Crane's, Whiting. Three best lines cf

stationery to be had. All at THE

BOOK SHOP, 13-3t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

A varied line, of parlor sets now on

display here. They are serviceable,

:p-tc the-minute, and selling, at very
eascnable prices. Let us show you

the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture
Men. 30-tf

Our sausage is always fresh as we

make it up daily. Main Street Mar:

ket. Phone 108. 6-tf

Choice live poultry is always one of

our leaders. .Fhone us, 108, Main

Street Market. ; 6-tf

Mr. Chas. J. Fishel Is expected
home from Baltimore this week to
spend the holidays in the city with
his home folks."

"CHERRY" Serge, the newest color

for Wool Middies, Dresses, Slipovas,

at. "FISHEL'S." 2-4t

See the lovely doll beds at GAD-

SUJN'S. The little girls will enjoy i

them., 9-2t

NAPIER GRASS

Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
igs, chickens, etc. For plants and
larticualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,

FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t

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

"I would walk all around town to j
tiade atr your store, you always seem

so pleasant," said a lady whyjn trad- i
irg at "FISHEL'S the store of

"Friendly Wishes." ?-4t

Ladies' HATS. Always something

new weekly. FISHEL'S. 2-4t

Gadson has beautiful dolls. See

the big dolls in the window. 9-2t

You will find your Christmas deco

rations at GADSON'S. 9-2t

GADSON has always carried a full
line of toys. Come before they are

picked over. 9-2t

NOTICE, CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS

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m

I ARE YOU PARTICULAR
II iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw n
EEE FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT GOOD PRINTINGIIS GOOD INVESTMENT

Would you
send out a
poorly
dressed
representative?

Your business
EE stationery is
EE your business
EE representative.

ARE YOU HARD M

TO PLEASE? H
Of course you are if you EEE
are interested in getting
the best results from your H
business.
Nothing will suit you ex- f
cept what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a fjfj
pride in doing every detail
right.

Ladies' Aid of Christian church will
have on display al the band stand

Thursday, Dec. 15, hand made aprons,

handkerchiefs, scarfs and numerous

articles suitable for gifts. Prices
reasonable. Look before buying else

where. 13-2t

refusing to quit

at the end ct its
ft years written
guarantee

Mill?

STORAGE BATTERY
Blalock Bros
VULACNIZING

bow east vsceinoiii

eblels Put On

NOTICE

Flaconettes is the best perfumery

ever put up a big statement, but let

ts prove t Court Pharmacy. 16-t

ENGRAVING

On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold

and silver. Prompt service.
. 5 V7EIHE COMPANY,
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Men's Furnishings and Hats. We

lean please you. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

CALL PHONE NUMBER FIVE-ONE AND LET US TALK IT OVER EE
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I STAR-PUBUSHING CO. 1

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-

. dicial Circuit of Florida, in and

for Marion County, in Chancery.

John r. JJnnson, Complainant, vs. I

Annie Arpie Brinson, Defendant.

Order for Constructive bemce.

It is ordered that the defendant

herein named, to-wit: Annie Arpie
Brinson, be and is hereby recfuired to
appear to the bill of complaint filed

m this cause on or Deiore

Monday ,the 2nd day of January, 1922

It is further ordered that a copy of

this order be published once a week j
for four consecutive weeks in the;
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper

nublished in said county and state.

This 15th day of November, 1921.

(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr-

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

Florida. By R. K. Batts, D. C.
W. E. Smith.

Complainant's Soliictor. 11-16-wed

Why not give useful gifts? The

GIRL a "COAT," the BOY a "SUIT.

We supply you most cheaply. See

our line. "FISHEL'S." 2-4t

III

l8Si1

Odd rockers for the home make
nios desirable holiday gifts and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men, No. 4 North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St, Ocala. 12-2-5t

Why not give useful gifts? The
GIRL a "COAT," the BOY a "SUIT."
We supply you nr.ost cheaply. See
our line. "FISHEL'S.W 12-3t

Quickly Increase Your Entrf7
and Beautify the Complexion
Esy and Economic! to Tk.
Tlin or rm-down folks! Tils
Mastin VITAMON two tablets
with everv n;eal. Then weuth kij4

li SJfcAa measure yourat-if each week and con

tinue taking Maetta VllAMU.l
regularly until you re sstk&ed with
your gain in wfifht and energy.
Ma.-tiu'a VITAMON contin UiUf
court i trated yvat-viumine u wJ
a? the two other etiSl mow important
vitaitiines (Fat Soluble A aid Water
Soluble C). It is now beicf uaed by
thrHwsrvi who appreciat ita coa-v?-:.i-!
rtoti-j:ny and quk-k rciiJta.
15 v iiK riiin the nourwhtnr power ct,
what you eat Mastia'a V ITAMON'
tmj,rAte ju-t what your body need
to !ff-d the hhrutii.ea ti-ssuea, t re th then
en then in'emal organJ. clear the ekia and
renvr tha'terrd terve force wiibout
t;pet ticg the etomach or cauiii
Pimple, hoihi and aVin eruptkrc
pef tn to vaiiLth aa if by macic awl the
rorr.Iexion become radactly deaf
f-autiful.
iMP-OSTAJTT! VTLZe the amaa-

ioc befeith-ixjutLas valae of M-t. 's VITAMON ha teen clartyan4 vmitsry
denonftratei in ca.-s cf lcl. A e&rrry, oerroua trouUea. anen ja, UMiewtioa.
co5-tipation, akio eruptions, poor comj.Ufkn and a generally weakened pbysuml
and naect&l eonditinn. it shwH not "sed by anyone who OIUFCTS to Lanaj
their weight uicreasod to aonuL You can ft Mistia's VITAilON talieU at

ail gool druggists.

NECK T j r i

VMST t' f WA'ST
SOAekmi : -r h-7 huh
f
U z i;
CALF Jf CALP

11 F Of HO
k'XA i Pounds

97
found

"CHEPwRY" Serge, the newest color
for Wool Middies, Dresses, Slipovas,
at "FISHEL'S." 12-3 1

YEAST

TA&Ltl

Are Positively Guarantees!
to Pel Oa Firm Hssb,
Clear the Ekia end Incrtsss
Energy V1ica T&ica Vtllli
Every Meal cr Treaty Eacl;

LSS.to -mm mm .M Jt. '-

iiiiiiiiiii

Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tafly, fudges, divinity and chocolate
better creams made every day. Mints
tc order. Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters. 7-tf

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. GEItlG. 5-et

Odd rockers for the home rss'rs
most desirable holiday gifts, cr. i Tf
have an elegant line at attract;?;
prices. Look them over. Theus iCr:5.,
The Furniture Men 3-tf"



OCALA tfEXIKfi STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER U, 1921

li

"Christmas Cheer
and Cheer fnl ClothesV.
That's ihe combina
tion we offer you for the
Joyful Xmas season. Let I
Santa Cia us tend your
suit through our Agency
J. A. CHMDLEff
120 S. Main St, Upstairs H
Thompson Building f
Buy a
Clirlstiiiias
Present
That Increases in Valne
One of those Iare lots on
FORT KING AVE
: 300x528
Fronts, on Ft. King and
Ocklawaha Aves.
Own your home 1
When you pav rem you
have kissed your ;
money 'goodbye.
See t. M: MURRAY
118 Fort King Avenue
PEERLESS TIRE
30x3 IVon SkU $8.C0
30x3 1-2 Ncn SUd $10.00
. We Specialize On --'
FORD AND CHEVROLET;
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE HIGHWAY
J AS. ENGESSER, Prop. V
Day Phone 258. Night Phone 533
GREAT
FOR YOU
AIIO THE
MEETING
ichd
II
OS
R
In the Presbyterian Church
ES
.14
J
: at 7:30 O'clock
Junior Meeting at 4 O'clock
Address by S. Wilkes Dendy,
a forceful and interesting
speaker.
Field Secretary Ail
South Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor Extension i
Committee
Everybody cordially invited
The sweetest story ever told, the
Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
'new package at $1.25, at Gerig's
Dmg Store. 5-tf
HALF AJENTURY
0!dahoman Praises Black-Draugtt,
Having Used It "Can Safely
Say for 50 Years."
Grandfield, Okla. One of the best
known farmers of.Tllman County, Mr.
- O. W. Ttsdale, who owns and manages
a wagon yard here, says :
"l have used Thedford's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I believe I can safely say lor
fifty years.'
"I was born and reared In Texas,
' Freestone County, sixty-four years ago.
.1 ha e been married forty-four years.
My father used Black-Draught before I
was married, and gave It to us .
"For forty-four years of my married
life, It has had a place on our medi medicine
cine medicine shelf, and is the only laxative, or
liver medicine, we use. We use it
for torpid liver, sour stomach, head headache,
ache, headache, Indigestion .... I don't think we
could get along without it, knowing
what it has done for us, and the TnoBt-y
It has saved. It Is just as good and re reliable
liable reliable today as it was when we began
its use. My boys use it an they are
satisfied it's the best liverimedicin
they have ever used."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, not disagreeable to take
and acts In a prom pt and natural way.
"So'many thousands of persons have
been benefited by the se qf, Thedford's

I LU

I

ED

AY

DEC

Black-Draught, you should have no J Xjn .
pesltapcy In tryW this valuable oldle price. Low prices are not al

well-established remedy, for most liver
sli stomach disorders. NC-139b.

Horse and
a Dog

FRANCIS LYNDE
CHAPTER XII.
Around Robin Hood's Barn.
After we had covered possibly tw
of the four miles between the Cinna Cinnabar
bar Cinnabar and. the railroad station, the dog
branched off to the left aJong the
mountain on a road that was little
better than a bridle path through the
forest, .and, which, for the time, kept
Its level on the slope, neither ascend ascending
ing ascending nor descending. s
"How about lu Daddy?" I asked.
""Where "does this trailg6?" :
"Give it time enough! it comes out
at the old Haversack, on. Greaser
mountain. ...
"Ends there, you mean?'
"You said It; far as I know, it ends
there. -- ; '" ; ; ;
"What is the Haversack?"
: "It ain't nothln', now! Used to be a
gold prospect eight r ten year ago.
Never got far enough along to be a
mine, they tell me."
It was certainly singular that the
dug should be leading us to an aban abandoned
doned abandoned mining project, but Barney
seemed to know perfectly well where
ie was going:' 5 -"
In one -of the gulch headings there
was a patch of wash sand in what was.
in wet: weather, a runway for water,
but which was now only a streamless
"ravine with a few damp spots in it.
Here Daddy called a halt, and while
the dog sat down and yawned at us
and otherwise manifested his impa impatience
tience impatience at the delay t the old aian gath gathered
ered gathered a r few pine-cones and twigs,
struck a match and lighted a fire, cau cau-.tioning
.tioning cau-.tioning me meanwhile not to walk on
the damp sand patch.
I hadn't the slightest idea of what
he was driving at, and he didn't ex explain
plain explain ; but after the : fire had blazed
up enough Jo light the surroundings a
bit, he went down upon his hands and
knees and began to give an imitation
-of a-man hunting for a dropped piece
' of money. "It'a sort o' queer. Jeanie's
' been here, and fhe dog'aJbeen back snd
across a coupje o' times, as you can
see. But Bulierton hasn't crossed here.
There's only the one set o tracks."
We made a wider search, with a
dead Dine branch for a -torch bur
found no other tracks ; in far t, tlie
gulch was gullied so deeply above and
below-lhat there .was .no other prac practicable
ticable practicable .crossiogrPjaw. for a horsev.If
Jennie had headed for the gulch antl
the hoof prints in the sand, and
Daddy's identification of them seemed
to : prove this past any question of
doubt she had headed it alone. But
why had she been riding alone into
the depths of this uninhabited moua-
tam wilderness?
Calnj.and self-contained as he usual usually
ly usually was, I could see, or rather feel, that
Daddy Hiram was growing increasingly-nervous
' as we pushed on. I didn't
blame him; so far from it, I was shar sharing
ing sharing the nervousness in full measure.
What were we going to find at the
end of the trail?
It must have been at least two miles
beyond the damp sand patch that the
dim trail we had been following ended
abruptly at the abandoned : mining
claim spoken of by Daddy Hiram the
Haversack. The starlight was bright
enough to show us what there" was to
be' seen, which wasn't much ; a couple
of tuiob.'e-downvshacks, -a shed that
had probably been the prospectors'
blacksmith shop, and a tunnel mouth
that had once been securely boarded
up, but from "which the -.bulkheading
was now partly fallen away. '-
Once more Daddy hunted for a dead
pine branch and lighted a torch. The
shacks were empty, of course, and
while we did not go into the tunnel,
we could see, through the broken bulk bulk-heading,
heading, bulk-heading, that it was half filled with
caved-In earth and broken stone. Un Underfoot
derfoot Underfoot there was only the coarse
gravel of the tunnel spoil, and a: full
troop of cavalry might have passed
over it without leaving, any; visible
trail. Worse than all, Barney, the pie pie-faced
faced pie-faced collie, appeared now to be com completely,
pletely, completely, at fault.; He.' twas running
around in circles with his hose o the
ground; a pretty plain indication tha
he had lost the trail.
"I'll be bat-clawed and owl-hooted
If I know what-all to do next," Daddy
puzzled.
He hadn't any the best of me there,
and It was precisely at this point that
the split-faced dog took it Into his
head to add another snarl to the"knot the"knot-ted
ted the"knot-ted tangle. After galloping around all
over the place half a dozen times,
sniffing at everything in sight, he had
finally come to. a stand with his nose
at a crack In the tunnel boarding. The
next Instant he had leaped through
the hole where the planks bad fallen
away, and presently we heard him
whining and scratching behind the
bulkhead.
, I don't know about Daddy Hiram's
heart, but I do know that mine was
doing flip-flaps and back somersaults
when we ran up to see what the dog
had found in the tunnel. For a half half-second
second half-second after Daddy thrust his- torch
through the hole-I was afraid to look
wared stiff at the thought of what I
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
W.Ji. Lane M. D physician and
surgeon specialist, eye, ear, nose and
throat- Office over 5 and 10 cent store,'
Ocala. Fla. Adv.-tf
A good bargain is to get what you
want wVien xrnn want it nt a ggnn.
ways bargains when it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNTTURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf

utfum see. Wneii i nia ibon.'i te
;lg diinjr frantically at the lit-ap of
.-aved-in earth, and, of course to iuy
tlisord'red Imagination, the ht'e In
rhk h he was burrowing transfM-::isI

j itself at once into a newly made gr;;ve.
;m1 ;nl!' I gasped; and then:
IMk. Daddy r5:ht under your
torch
He iMkej and slavered back, and
.vould Itave droppeil the Mazing pine
:ranf h if I badn t caught it from his
hand. For what he saw, and what I
had seen, was the unmistakable print,
in the soft earth just inside of the
planking, of one of Jeanfe's brown-
ather riding-boots.
In another half-second we were both
h the tannel and Daddy was heaving
fhe dog aside frffm the hole he was
pawing out in the earth" fall. Snatch Snatching
ing Snatching up a broken-handled shovel that
the former, tunnel drivers bad thrown
away, the old man flung himself mad madly
ly madly upon the dirt pile, and since there
Th Old Man Flung Himself Madly
Upon the Dirt Pile.
"
was room for only one to work at a
rime, I stood at his elbow and held the
torch. I don't know what he expected
to find hidden under the slide, but I
!o know what I was afraid he was
iroing tond. '.
After all, it was only a flash in the
pan. so far as any dreadful discovery
was concerned. Inside of five minutes,
Daddy, working like a man demented,
had dug the entire cave-in away, and
there was nothing to show for the
frantic shoveling less than nothing.
Again, I don't know how Daddy felt,
hut Fm sure I was able to breathe
hette'r. the improvement dating from
the moment when it became apparent
that the earth heap had grown too
small under the shovel stabs to pos pos-Hibly
Hibly pos-Hibly conceal a human body.
The collie had followed us and
Daddy Hiram scowled down at him.
"If that dog could only be like old
Ciran'paw Balaam's donkey for a min minute
ute minute 'or so," he mused. "He saw her
go in there and saw her come out;
likewise and the same, he must 've
seen what she did after she come out.
Looks as If he wanted to talk and tell
us, don't he?"
Barney was certainly giving a good
imitation of that, or some other anx anxiety.
iety. anxiety. He was frisking about and bark barking,
ing, barking, 'leaping up now and then to snap
tit ait imaginary fly in the air. Daddy
Taught him by his lower jaw and held
him immovable. "Go find her, "Bar "Barney
ney "Barney !" he" commanded ; "good dog; go
fiad her."
" The instant he was released the col collie
lie collie acted as If he understood perfectly
"what waswanted of him. Springing
aside, he began to circle again, nose
to the ground, and within balf a min minute
ute minute he was off, this time heading Into
a dim trail that led away diagonally
down the mountain, not In the dlrec'
tlon of Atropia, but rather on the oth-
V leg of a triangle, one side of which
ailght be the desert edge, one the trail
we had, followed from the Atropia
road, and the third the route we were
now taking to the eastward.
t It must have been within an hour
or so of midnight when we left the
mountain forests behind and got Into
the region of barren foothills. Here
the collie neemed much surer of his
ground, and we had our work cut out
for us in the effort to keep up with
him. In the starlight I made out the
line of telegraph poles as we ran, and
pretty soon our dog leader swung off
to the right and we found ourselves
trotting on a line parallel to the rail
road track and only a little way from
It.
Pretty soon the dog disappeared ;
and then we heard him barking at a
little distance to the left of the paral
lei tracks. When we went to see what
he had found, the mystery suddenly
took another tack and veered off into
a new channel. In a small grassy hoi
low between two of the hills we came
upon the dog and the calico pony.: The
bridle reins had slipped over the bron bronco's
co's bronco's head, and Barney had them be
tween his teeth and was backing and
tugging and apparently trying to pull
the pony along.
"Well, HI be ding-Jiggered V said
Daddy; but I couldn't unload quite
that easily. For me the riderless pony
meant an accident of some sort.
"Heavens'" I gasped; "do you sup
pose she's been thrown, and maybe
crippled?"
"h Jeauie? Why, bless your
heart. Srinniy..i?on. she can. ride em
Flaconettes perfumery put up in
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-t
Guaranteed fresh meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of the city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 6-tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, 52.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

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wild: And that -a lieu w.HildriT buck
a baby off. .No. Iy : don't ynj j;o to
frettin about nothln' like that. When
she got out o that saUl!e. it was Vause
she was goHl and readv and wanted
to."
"When she got off to take the train,
the tried 4o make Harney kud the pmj
home,"' I suggested. "Would she he
likeU to do that?"
Daddy Hiram slapped Ids leg.
"You've hit it exactly, son! Don't
know why I didn't think o' that at first.
It's an old trick that she taught the
collie when he was a li'P pup. And

Ianiey, he tried, and when he couldn't
tuake the pinto leave off grazin". he
come for. us. Sure: that was the
way of it. What say if we go back to
the edge o the timier and camp down?
I reckon there ain't nothin to be
gained by hittin' the trail afore we've
had a HT rest-up sill. is there?"
I had iu objection to offer, you may
he sure; and after we had found a
camping SHt, and had picketed the
pony with the light rope that Jeanie
always carried tied to the cantle of her
saddle, we made a good tire to serve
in lieu of the blankets that we didn't
have aii stretched ourselves out to
sh-ep the sleep of the fagged and leg
weary.
The next thing 1 knew and it seeiu
cd to le just about a minute after I
Iiad cloned my eve Daddy was shak shaking
ing shaking me auak.
"Time to he moggin' along. If we
Him to get home "for breakfast, sonny,"
he announced. At the break of day we
were coming into the (.'innahar-Atro
,ia road al precisely the point at
which we left it the evening lefr-
The sun was just beginning to gild
the upper heights of nld t't'ine. :n
wheu we trailed over the broad plateau
bench below the tain and headed for
the slop that led up to the dump head.
As we topied this last hill there wa
an amazing surprise awaiting us a
surprise and a shock. On the level
spot which served as a dooryard for
the Twombly cabin stood a horse, sad
dled and bridled, its drooped ears and
hanging head showing that it had been
ridden far and hard. And on the cabin
door-step, sitting at ease and calmly
chewing a half-burned cigar, was
Rullerton
(Continued Tomorrow)
Something new in DESK SETS at
THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market
hone 158. if
DAVIDSON PRINTS nicely boxed,
suitable for gifts at The Book Shop. 3t
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
where. lS"-2t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
"I would walk all around town to
trade at your store, you always seem
sc pleasant," 'said a lady when trad trading
ing trading at "FISHEL'S, the store of
Friendly Wishes." 12-3t
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
SOLID MAHOGANY Smokers'
Stands, Candlesticks and Electric
Portables at THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t
You want proper stationery, don't
you? We have it for you. Select as
sortment, also Christmas boxes at
Anti-MonopolyDrug Store. 10-10t
What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we-are show
ing this season! ihe reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
We are sole agents for the Gibson
line of Christmas Cards. "Nuff said."
THE SPECIALTY ..SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 6-5t
A good photograph is your best
sign of prosperity. We make that
kin. Revel's Studio. 13-6t
We have had phenomenal success
on the wearing qualities of our
"SHOES." We sell you to sell again.
"FISHEL'S." 12-3t
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS. All
sizes, kinds and prices. Some in
Solid Mahogany, at The Book Shop. 3t
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Parker "Lucky Curve' fountain
pens, regular and self-filling. They
are guaranteed. Large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 10-10t
Be photographed now and be ready
for Christmas. Revel's Studio. 13-6t
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
ENGRAVING
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
WEIHE COMPANY,
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers,
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the large
line now on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 2-tf

Let Us Furnish
Your Holiday
Fruit Cakes
Layer Cakes
Sponge Cakesi
Jelly Rolls
Pies, Etc
Federal Bakery
Makers of the
Famous
WE
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals
Rebore. Cylinder
Blocks
For Satisfaction Give Us
Trial
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WILLIAMS' GARAGE
Phone 507 Mgrs. Phone 408
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any -other
contractor in. the city.
Smoke. Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mil 11 1 1 ji nil j iiauajp
"Good
to the
Drop"
. For Rent
FUKMSHEp
APARTMENT
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
PHONE 52

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Beautiful DOLLS. We have really
beautiful sleeping dolls. FISHELS. 3t

FARMERS' EXCBAPJGE STOna'

Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

C6
Cherry Bell"
Three packages
for
20c
15c
15c
12c
45 c
8c
21c
55 c
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon..
Campbell's Soup
per can
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen .'
Cherry Bell Flour 1 or
. 24 1b. sack.. pl0
"Cherry Bell Flour
12 lb. sack
65c
Sauer's S. R- Flur i
24 lb. sack. ..... V 1 1 U
Sauer's Self Rising
55 c
65c
Flour, 12 lb. sack'
a Gold Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb sack.
C. Gold S. R. i nj
Flour, 24 lb. sack V 1
Quart cans OA
of Syrup jUC
Walter Baker's Cocoa Oft.
half pound tins uUL
One pound of
good Tea
30c

Purina Feed lor Cows, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

The
Windsor
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Hotel

COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Everything Good To Eat
MATS and GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Phone - 243

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SASH
DOOR
Geo. !,kl(ay Uw.
Ocnla, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

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Christmas cards made in Dixie,"

at Gerig's Drug Store. 5-tf

Zi

a hard izheat flour
any crj. less in price
!" Senate Coffee A f
per pound tUC
UNEED.iS and all former
8c
j 10c pkgs. Crackers...
Argo
Salmon
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per. bottle
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle
Reddick Peanut Butter
per pound...:
Evaporated" Milk,
large.
30c
75 c
65c
40c
30c
. 15c
$1.70
. 7c
. 80c
... 25c
. 95c
: 65c
Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen..
Evaporated Milk,
small
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen....
Three packages
- Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hon.
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per quart
15c
60c
15c
TN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor
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FI?X
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
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Some beautiful new things opened
up today at The BOOK SHOP. 13-St



FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1921

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FOR SALE Ford sedan in excellent
mechanical condition- Recently re repainted;
painted; repainted; good tires. Price, $400.
Apply to Mrs- M. A. Horne. 14-6t
FOR RENT Partly famished "five-
AddIv to D. Niel
Ferguson, Holder block. li-Zt
FOR '.SALE Nice fat Christmas tur
kevs. Address C. P. Howell, Box
. 1
1 IVala. 14-6t
CHOICE Packed orangejs and grape-
- fruit f. o. b. Ocala $4 per box- Give
me vour order at once. Phone 434,
L. E. Cordrey. 13-4t'
THE BOOK SHOP hi disylaying
some new Cut Glass, Sterling Silver
- ami a iiuhj
! i 13-3t
LOST A small black pocketbook
with about $4 in change. Finder
please call 449. t 13-lt
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
dred. Apply to L- W. Hols.tun, at
' 'Union Station. Ocala. 12-3t
FOR RENT For light housekeeping,
two, rooms and a reception hall and
-large porch. Apply at No. 24 Ray
St., or phone 530. 12-3t
WANTED To rent, a 5. 6 or 7-foot
counter show case. Inquire at the
- Candy Kitchen, No. 2 U-Serve,
Store. 10-tf
FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six
; rooms, hall bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive Tjuflt
in features. See H. 'A. Davies. 8-6t
WANTEDAt 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-M AS CAKES, ETC. Orders taken
. for cakes of all kirds; also raisin
and nut bread. Give your orders
' now for your Xmas fruit cake.
Mrs. L. W. 'Ponder, phone 461 or
239. ll-6t V
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 ofvorsmges 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
. garage. 26-tf
VVOOD Cordrey can deliver you 14
t and 15-inch wood,, ; seasoned oalc,
'"split ready for the stove, at $8,50
per cord. Or four-foot wood at $4
a cord. L. E. Cordrey, phone 434,
city. 12-3-tf
FOR SALE-r-Ford worm drive truck
in excellent .condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per. Jiundred,1- $2 per, thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina 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 connection;
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. It you have an old one,
we will exchange with you, allowing
you a fair price for yours. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. 12-tf
PHONOGRAPHS That old phono phonograph
graph phonograph that you have discarded,
send it in, or call us up and we will
send our salesman to give you an
estimate on same in exchange for
one of our up-to-date Columbia or
Pathe machines. New records al always
ways always on hand. Goldman. 12-tf
FURNITURE We buy, exchange and
sell all kinds of furniture. If you
have any odd riecejj of furniture
that do not match ; your suite, ex exchange
change exchange them forsome that does
match. We take your old goods as
part payment. Goldman's." 12-tf i'
Something new in DESK SETS at
THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t
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BERGS-DRIFT FAB

Immense Masses of Ice Often
Found in Mid-Ocean.
Certain Condition of Sky and Light
' Make Them Practically Invisible
to Ship's Lookouts.
j. Early summer is the real season of
the Iceberg In the North Atlantic It Is
then that these frozer masses are set
free la great abundance in the Polar
rfMis and are drifted into mid-ocean
oy favoring winds and currents.
They have been found several hun hundred
dred hundred miles below the southernmost
latitude of the British isles and prove
a. very serious menace to vessels which
have to cross their track. The terrible
fte of the Titanic has been that of
many another noble vessel, though hap happily,
pily, happily, without proving so disastrous to
human life.
Can an Iceberg become Invisible un un-tler,
tler, un-tler, certain, conditions of sky and light?
It is claimed that it can on a clear.'
s; a cry night, when the conditions make
Ueherg yearly th same color as the
'T.
But night-time, under any atmos atmospheric
pheric atmospheric conditions, is usually a bad time
f'r seeing bergs at a safe distance.
si This difficulty In making them out
l one of the reasons why their height
is so often exaggerated.
' Mist or fog. too. will magnify a berg
immensely, Just as a fog In the Arctic
regions has been known to make a fox
look as big as a white bear.
Doe experience show that a berg
naa nine parts or its mass below water
to. only one part above? It does not.
And for this reason that the sub submerged
merged submerged portion is usually much broad
er.and heavier than the exposed part,
so that It is not necessary for nine nine-tenths
tenths nine-tenths of the berg to be under water
to keep the entire mass floating ujh
right. 4
It is in the. southern hemisphere,
chiefly, where fie!ds of Ice miles lonsr
are found. One which was reported
by ; a large number of vessels In the
year 1854 was 60 miles long and 40
miles broad, with an average height f
300 feet; In these cases many Iceln rirs
had come together and formed into on, on,-soldldly
soldldly on,-soldldly frozen mass.
, .;BergS- sometimes carry strange
freights. One of the flat-topped va variety,.
riety,. variety,. 100 feet high, was seen In mid mid-Atlantic
Atlantic mid-Atlantic bearing three vessels on its
?cy, summit.. Another, near the banks
tf, Newfoundlands had several Polar
tears, walking about on It.
,H Is sad to think of the fate of these
arslne derelicts when their Icy raft
reached warmer, waters in lower lati latitudes
tudes latitudes and capsized or melted. One
r-an Imagine. If the berg turned over,
the dislodged anf'nals frantically swim swimming
ming swimming hack. to their uncertain and slip slippery
pery slippery refuge only to find, perhaps, that
it no longer afforded any real foothold
for them..
f.; Ships have been moored to Icebergs
on occasions when they have afforded
anything but a safe berth. On-Kane,
the American explorer, once got the
Ice-anchors of his ship fixed In a berji
after several hours of very hard work,
when large pieces of ice began to fall
on the deck.. There was just time to
cast off again before the face of the
berg feU.in ruins, crashing down with
the poise of heavy guns fired at close
quarters.
On the other hand, the steamer Isle
of ; Mull was saved by an echo from an
iceberg one very foggy night in June,
1014, on the banks of Newfoundland.
One of the Franklin exploring ships,
also, was saved from certain destruc
tion by a berg drifting" in -between her
and a surf -beaten rocky shore.
v .In May 1907, some gas-buoys broke
adrift front the entrance of New York
harbor and one of them attached itself
to the end of an Iceberg and by sound sounding
ing sounding its horn at regular internals,
warned vessels of the icy danger.
The birth of an iceberg has often
been seen. But who has stood by at
the death of one?
. A Fair Warning.
"Eph, said the colored patriarch to
his grandson, aint you' been shootln
craps an runnin aroun' wid a passle
o"- fast niggers?"
"What If I have?" asked the flashily
dressed youth." "I ain't doin nothin'
but sowln my wild oats, as de white
folks say.
. "Go you' way, den, an' sow dem wild
oats, but ef you ain't mighty careful
yous, gwln to harvest de crop wi a
pick an. shovel, an when quittln' time
conies you ain't gwine nowhere in per per-tlcklerJ
tlcklerJ per-tlcklerJ Birmingham Age-Herald.
. .i Race Was a Little Late.
She was a sweet young thing and
she sat next to a young man who. it
was aijarein, was her sweeteheart,
Inohe amphitheater at. the Bartholo Bartholomew
mew Bartholomew county fair ground," watching
the races. The time for the next rae
was At iiand and the starter bellowed:
"Qetyour horses ready for the 2:40
trot." The sweet young thing looked
at i her jwrlst watch and said: "Why.
honey, his watch must have stopped.
It's a quarter to four now." Indian
apolis. News.
Pleasing th People,
t "Do jou believe In giving the pub public
lic public what It wants?"
::. Tes," replied Senator Sorgrhum:
ro long as it wants me in ray present
position.
With Something to Show for It.
. -"Gotngraway this summer, old man?"
,: -"No;jmy wife ha- decided ?"
can get all tired out more comfortably
by staying at home. Ito;-:,... ..
script.
MARION-DUNN LODGE MEETING
Regular meeting Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M, Dec. 15th,
1921, at 7:30 p. m. Election of offi officers
cers officers for the ensuing year.
14-2t B. L. Adams, Sec'y.
- Odd: rockers for the home make
molt desirable holiday gifts, and; we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
StKirnlture Mea ":. 30-tf

QGALA OCGURHEMCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Full assortment of apples for your
Christmas needs. Phone 596, Ft. King
Confectionery, Mason's place. t, 14-6t
OZ books. UNCLE WIGGLY, Chat Chatterbox,
terbox, Chatterbox, BURGESS books and many
others, at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
The district Christian Endeavor
convention will meet in Inverness
Thursday and Friday of this week.
The following will attend from here:
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Russell, Miss
Dorothea Gates and Mr. E. J. Collier.
Arch Preserver
Shoe ;
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Save Your Feet
Trouble waits for no one,
especially foot trouble. It
is upon you without warning :
; arid remains a long time. -Guard
against foot troubles
NOW then you are spared
long years of suffering; and
annoyance.
ARCH PRESERVER
SHOES are built with one
specific purpose in mind
to save feet. And the fjaved
foot means a comfortable
foot. This shoe protects
the foot where protection is
needed from beneath.
Its broad, long, built-in
bridge gently yet firmly
supports the arch, evenly
distributes "the weight and
enables the wearer to walk
with an erect, graceful car car-'
' car-' riage.
We carry all sizes and widths
from AA to D.
H. B. Masters & Co.
KSPS THS FOOT WELX.

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

Crane's Stationery, Beriin-Jone Stationery
Eversharp Pencils, Gold and Sterling Silver
Tempomt Fountain Pens, Gold "and Sterling
Siiver
Watermann's Ideal Fountain Pens
Houbigants Perfumes and Powders
Coty's Perfumes and Powders
Arly's Perfumes ai d Powders
FlaconetteX Houbigant's, Coty's, Roger and
Gallet
Hudnuts Perfumes and Powders
Ansco Cameras, Norris Candies
Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines inChrist inChrist-mas
mas inChrist-mas Packages

Polite and Attentive Salespeople

The Drug Store on the Square

Mr. T. Wikes Dendy. of Birmingham.

field secretary of the southern states,
will also be present.
Gift Books for all. Some of the old oldest
est oldest and some of the newest favorites
at THE BOOK SHOP. 13-3t

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holly of O&la, J J
have been spending several days in
Jacksonville and while in the metrop-J 9
olis have been guests at the Seminole j
hotel. f
THE GIFT SHOP has opened all
lot of NEW THINGS today. 14-3t j 1

We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv-
ing daily. Free delivery, phone 596,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
place. 14-6t

A. L. Parker, who killed J. B. Can-!
rington near Orange Lake some i p
rionths ago, has teen indicted for'B
murder in the first degree. His case J j

will probably go to trial next week.
Mr. Philip W Dye left for Tampa
today, having been assigned to that
office by the American Railway Ex-
piess Company.
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
J. H. Hobbs of Hinton, W. Va., ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Monday and will spend
the winter here with his son-in-law
and daughter, D: and Mrs. E. G
Peek.
REDDICK
Reddick, Dec. 13. Mr.
A. H. Selle
of Palatka, was a visitor in our town
Sunday night and Monday.
Messrs. Ferguson, Nelson and
Campbell of Titusville, were guests
of Mr. Ferguson's brother, Dr. R. D.
Ferguson and family Sunday.
Mr. Solon Denham has been quite
ill at the home of his father here, but
we are glad to say that he is getting
better.
Some of our folks attended an ordi
nation service at the Fairfield Baptist)
church Sunday afternoon.
There will be prayer meeting at the
Methodist church next Sunday night
at (:30 o'clock, and preaching at the J
Presbyterian church at the usual hour, j
Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Bennett left last j
Tuesday for Orlando, where they at- j
ttnded the annual conference of the
Methodist church.

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THE COURT P

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To Oar Patrons:

Each purchaser of 5 gallons or more of gasoline will receive a ticket good for
one chance to win a handsome nickle plated flash light. One flash light will be
given away free each day beginning Dec. 14, and ending Dec. 24. These flash
lights in HoHday boxes will make appropriate Christmas gifts.
- . -
We Want Your Business
Murphy Motor Company
: North Mean Street

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Fraternal Orders
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Duan Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.'
J. R-Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
j lind fourth Thursday evening of each
I' month, at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
1
I ucaIa xZ o. i. inventions
; held everv Monday evening at 7:30
! "'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
! yt !come to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C. J
C. K. Sage, K. of R- & S.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. X). O. F
:neets every Tuesday evening at 7:S0
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall hVthe
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting bothers..
' F. W. Ditto, N-G.
-Frank G. Churchill, Secretary. ..
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
!tfcc second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-i
i eve-i ninjrs of each monthJ Visiting breth breth-i
i breth-i ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
! uj stairs over Troxler's and the Book
White Ivory Toilet Sets
and odd piecestJl

VLU II- w 11 1 III I I i ill i .. t I :t V i 1 Miff r f i I V

Are Here to.Show Our' Goods, Whether

Rash Lights Free

Until Dtcemher 25, 1921
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E- E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
!
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
lKof P- at 7:30 p. m. every sec-
hd Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit-
itg sovereigns are always welcome.
h rP. W. Whiteides, C, C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
i:' ROYAL ARCH MASONS
V Regular 1 conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the fourth
Fi-iday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. I. Adams, Secretary.
f SPANISH WTAR VETERANS
1
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Sajtish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
t v 7 :50 -oVl ock p. m. ;
". :W. T. Gary, Commander.
jj '( Vf; Aj.'Knight; AdjuUnt. .
'CHILDREN'S STATIONERY AT
THE-tSOOK SHOP. 14-3t
Any one who needs
glasses would appreciate
them for Christmas. Use-
fA v iui ana oenenciai every
uay in lue year.
DR. .K. J. W'EinE,
Optometrist and Optician
" Eyesight Specialist
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE Mark' AY i CO.
; x
Faneral l)irectn, Frahalmer
. G.' K. Overton, Mgr.
Z.L: Ocala, FU- : t-
White Ivory Manicure
Log Cabin and Wisteri

if ; 0 (D ' ;

and 2, pound packages
Cig;irs and Cigarettes in Christmas Boxes
Thermos Bottles, Caraffes and Food Jars
Aladdin Jars, 1 gaL'cap'y; keeps hot or cold
Mary Garden, Djerkiss, Mavis, Lady Mary,
HudnutArly Sets. Military Brushes
Gillette, Auto-Strop, Durham Duplex, En-.

t i der, Ever-Ready and

zors and Blades. Twinplex Stroppers for Gil Gillette
lette Gillette and Durham Duplex Razors
Christmas Candles, Incense Burners, Incense

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DtcenhtT 13, 1921

C. V. Roberts
Phone 305
Barney Spencer
Thone 431
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ROBERTS & SPENCER V
Funeral Directors, Em balm era V
Private Morgue and Chapel ,-
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla. J
217 W. Broadway .
Give of box of "EVERWEAR" or
"WONDERHOSE." Your salvation,
mother. Only Ft FISHEL'S. 12-3t;
RAILfiOAGS SGHECULE
Arrival and departure of pasenpr
tiains at OCALA UNION STATIOSJ.
The following schedule figures puk-
j lhed as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave- Arm.
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 ip
11:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 i la
4:17 pm Jacksonville 8:&0 id
Tampa-
2: 15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:C5 m
2:5am N xork-St Fetrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 -.m
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pci
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
I-eave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:23; ra
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 t;m
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2-33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pra
!10am "Dunnellon-Wilcox
; 7:25 am -Dur.ellon-Lkeland ll:C3pra
j 3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
!U:lapm Leesburg C:42ara
I 15 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
i Monday. Wednesday, Friday,' -'
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Sets
i Pecan. Roll, -j-, -J,
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Gem Damaskene Ra
You Buy or Not
Ocala, Florida



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