The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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11 Am

WEATHER FORECAST Generally cloudy tonight and Saturday; rain Saturday in north portion; warmer southwest portion tonight.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 53; this afternoon, 72.
VOL. 27
SO. 29G
CE1II! UH'il



Proposition Advanced by the French
Delegates Threatens the Entire
Nival Reduction Program

Washington, Dec. 16.( Associated
Pi ess). The French delegation has
presented a proposal for so great an
increase in the strength of the French
navy that the British declare such a
program, if carried oat, would upset
the whole plan for a 5-5-3 naval re reduction.
duction. reduction. Although not yet entirely
rvealed the British understand the
French plan provides for a building
program which would give France a
capital ship tonnage of 35,000 tons
more than Japan preponderance
of the new Port Jutland type of craft
over all nations.
Italy, although indicating disap disapproval
proval disapproval of such a building program, Is
said to have told the arms conference
if France carris out such construction j
she must carry out a similar building j
program. The combined French and j
Italian fleets thus would be some
200,000 tons stronger than the British
or American allotments under the re revised
vised revised figures agreed on yesterday by
the big three. ;
. Arthur Balfour, head of the British
delegation, gave roticev today that
Great Britain would propose to the
. arms conference total abolition of sub submarines!.
marines!. submarines!. CARD OF THANKS
I desire to express my sincere ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of the vote cast for me. I
fully realize that the result was a
clear, definite declaration of the desire
of the people and not personal, and
with this thought ever in mind, shall
always endeavor to the best of my
ability to consider the interests of the
city solely and work for the object in
which Jffe are all equally interested,
no matter how we may differ as to the
methodu of attaining it. Again thank thanking
ing thanking you1 for the evidence of your con confidence
fidence confidence and bespeaking your patience
and forbearance" in the future, I re remain,
main, remain, Yours sincerely,
H. W. Henry.
At its regular meeting Thursday
night, Marion-Dunn Masonic Lodge
elected the following officers for next
year: A. C. Blowers, W. M.; C. C.
Bennett, senior warden; V. H. Shaw,
junior warden; C. E. Simmons, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; B. L. Adams, secretary. After
the election of officers the first degree
was conferred on Messrs. Wellington
H. Meffert and E. S. Mickler.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., will
install officers this evening at eight
o'clock tin the Masonic hall. All mem members
bers members are requested to be present.
The s trong wind kept the scores
low at the Ocala Gun Club yesterday
afternoon. This, of course, did not af affect
fect affect Bruce Meffert, who topped the
list with 49 "dead birds." O. J. Glau Glau-cier,
cier, Glau-cier, a professional with the Western
Cartridge Company, ran a close sec second
ond second with 48. The scores follow;
Bruce Meffert 49 x 50
O. J. Glaucier .... .. ...... . 48 x 50
Paul Simmons .44 x 50
E. B. Lytle 40 x 50
W. P. Freer 40 x 50
CYC Bennett 36 x 50
H. W. Walters ....... .31 x 50
W. C. Ray ..29 x 50
Dr. Harry Walters 27 x 50
E. H. Martin ..: IS x 50
If. A. Watermann 5 x 50
Special Shoot
Dr. E. B. Lytle 24 x 25
Bruce Meffert 22 x 25
W. P. Freer ....19 x 25
C. C. B?nnett 17 x 25
Just received, good range of men's
and young men's pants, including real
French serge of special merit. Prices
very tempting. E. C Jordan & Bro.,
near Federal Bakery. 15-St
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
All kinds of Christmas cakes next
week at Carter's Bakery. 15-St

House Bill 6308, If Enacted Into Law,
Will Greatly Handicap Printing
AH the News

(Associated Press) t
Pittsburgh. Dec. 16. Thomas Will-!
isms, president of the American News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Publishers Association, today
called on all members, as well as pub publishers
lishers publishers generally, to use their, efforts i
tc deefat Houseb ill No. 6508, on the
ground that "no such misChieviou9 in-
terference with the freedom of the j
press has ever before been seriously i
proposed in this country." 1
"This bill 'said Mr. Williams in his
statement, "prohibits the publication
in newspapers of any news likely to
lead to gambling. Ostensibly aimed I
at racing news, it would be equally
applicable to a large quantity or va variety
riety variety of financial and other news, such
ac reports on bank clearings, which
have been gambled on in many cities. (
It. would outlaw even the publication
of baseball scores."
Their name is legion, and if it were
necessary and if the committee civic,
of the Woman's Club, had the opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to see them, their name would be
two legions. Why to be sure! Who
would not be glad to have a share in
helping the kids have a good time?
And the Christmas tree route is a
mighty pretty way of doing it. And
ihen I always notice that the towns townsfolk
folk townsfolk who go in for municipal Christ Christmas
mas Christmas trees and all such things as help
the whole community get together,
are the very ones that are the most
benefited, in every way.
So isn't it fine, boys and girls? All
these folks are to be added to those
whose names have appeared in the
Star before as yow friends and Santa
Claus' helpers:
T. T. Munroe 1.00
Mrs. A. E. Walkley ... ....... 1.00
B,.,Goldman. 1.00
Sam Pyles 1.00
Dr. C. W. Moremen ........... 1.00
R. L. Anderson 1.00
Mrs. R. L. Anderson .......... 1.00
W. C. Ray ................... 1.00
A. C. Harriss ................ 1.00
Joseph Bell ........ ...... 1.00
S. T. Sistrunk . 1.00
T. S. Tranthara ........ ? 1.00
Roger Dodd 1.00
H. W. Clement Jr. ........... 1.00
E. F. Sipple 1.00
Cash contributions 2.00
Jno. I.' Hackly . ..... . . ... 1.00
S. C. Harper . . 1.00
John L. Edwards 1.00
H. D. Stokes ........ I... 1.00
A. H. Nichols 1.00
H.H. Henderson ..... .... 1.00
J. H. Walters 1.00
B. F. McGraw ....... .... 1.00
F. E. Harris Jr. .-r 100
Cash contribution ......... 1 .. .25
T. D. Lancaster Jr. 1.00
Geo. N. Looney 1.00
S. C. MrThomas ........ 1.00
H. G. Shealy 1.0G
Miss Green ..... 1.00
A. R. Grocery 1.00
N. R. Dehon ...... 1.00
F: W. Ditto .50
Rena Smith .50
W. W. Martin 1.00
C. G. Rose I 1.00
R. L. Anderson Jr. 1.00
Parker Painter 1.00
Roy Ott .. 1.00
Carter's Bakery ... ...... 1.00
M. & C. National Bank 10.00
Dr. Henry .. 1.00
Miss Sue Barco 1.00
That brings the total cash contri contributions
butions contributions up to $110.25. The members
of the 'civic committee appreciate
your help very much. Now for the
oranges or tangerines, or both. It
doesn't make any difference about
what kind they are Pineapple, Blue
Goose, Lu Gim Gong, Satsuma, King,
Parson Browns any kind, so they
are perfect.
And now children be sure on be on
hand around the southeast corner of
the courthouse square around 2:S0 p.
m. Saturday.
Federal Fruit Cake.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
JACOBS' SUPERB CANDY in holi holiday
day holiday boxes, priced from 10c. to $25, at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. ; 16-7t

Senator Harris Wants America To
Stand Pat on Requiring Ultimate
Repayment of Money
Owing to It

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 16. A resolution
declaring it the "belief of the Senate
that the United States will be unable
to agree to or accept cancellation" of
its war loans to European powers,
was introduced in the Senate today by
Senator Harris, democrat, of Georgia.
The House adjourned today until to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow out of respect for Represen Representative
tative Representative Elston, whose body was found
last night in the Potomac river. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately after convening the House
adopted resolutions of regret and au
thorized the selection of a committee
of eighteen members to accompany
the body to California, in case burial
is made there.
Representative Rouse of Kentucky,
has been selected chairman of the
democratic congressional committee to
succeed the late Representative Flood.
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion, has begun its great
drive for new members and renewal
of present memberships. Adjutant L.
H Chazal has mailed campaign orders
to all members. The big drive is to
begin immediately upon receipt of the
order and continue until Dec. 22nd.
Commander Moremen's order is "ev "every
ery "every member get a member." Until
you have obeyed that order you
throw yourself liable to a "general."
The objective of this drive has been
set at 200 members, but Commander
Moremen has given special orders to
the artillery that in case this objec objective
tive objective should be reached early in the
drive, the barrage shall be lifted. to
allow further advance. All the post
members are on their toes for this
drive. The last regular meeting of
the post showed more life than any
previous meeting ever held. '
News has just reached the Star of
the death at his home at Eastlake of
Judge Alexander Wynne, .yv
Large selection of PARISIAN
IVORY in manicure sets, jewel boxes,
military brushes, mirrors, combs and
brushes and separate pieces at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
No Christmas package is complete
without photographs. We make them.
Revel's Studio. 13-6t

Clearing Out Sale
Used Cars
One 1916 Buick "V Roadster, $45000
New Tires and Al shape
One 1916 Buick "6" Touring Car 400.00
Good Shape
One 1916 Buick "4" Roadster 250.00
One 1917 Ford Touring Car 150.00
One 1916 Buick Speedster 300.00
One 1918 Foni Sedan 350.00
With Starter
One 1919 Ford Worm-Drive Truck 350.00
And other bargains
Come In and Look Them Over
Mack Taylor

But the Reply to Alleged Inability To
Pay Instalments on Debts is On
Its Way to Berlin

Paris, Dec. 16. (By the Associated
Press). The reply of the allied rep reparations
arations reparations commission to Germany,
which nation announced its inability
to pay the next two reparations instal instalments,
ments, instalments, will be forwarded to Berlin to tonight.
night. tonight. No announcement of the con contents
tents contents of the reply has been made.
(Associated Press)
Madrid, Dec. 16. (By Associated
Press). A Spanish gunbot has cap captured
tured captured two French sailing vessels con conveying
veying conveying arms and ammunition to Mo Moroccan
roccan Moroccan insurgents and sunk another
vessel engaged in the same traffic, it
was officially announced today.
Objection having been made by
merchant members -of the Board of
Trade to holding the regular meeting
of the organization next Friday night,
because of the nearness of Christmas,
the matter of a date for the meeting
was discussed at a meeting of the
board of governors this morning. It
was decided that, in order to make
sure that proposed amendments to the
constitution and by-laws are properly
introduced, arrangements be made to
have a quorum present next Thursday,
when the amendments will be read
ar.J the meeting will be adjourned to
a night during Christmas-New Year's
The board of governors agreed to a
change of dates with the Leesburg
Chamber of Commerce for the visit
here of Mr. Colvin B. Brown, chief of
the organization service bureau, Unit United
ed United States Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
Brown, if the change -is agreeable to
him, will come to Ocala Jan. 27 in instead
stead instead of Jan. 26.
There will be arreting of the execu executive
tive executive board of the Woman's Club at the
club house tomorrow, "Saturday, aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 2:45 o'clock.
Minerva M. Murphy,
Recording Secretary.
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also go?J
and silver. Prompt service.
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-tt

An Overwhelming Majority of Both

House.- Ratified the Peace Agree Agreement
ment Agreement This Afternoon
London, Dec. 16. (By Associated
Press). Both houses of the British
parliament ratified the treaty creat creating
ing creating the Irish Free State by over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming majorities this afternoon.
Friends of the California Congress Congressman
man Congressman are Puzzled as Well as
Grieved by His Death
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Dec. 16. Friends of
Congressman Elston here and at his
home in Berkley expressed themselves
as mystified today by reports from
Washington indicating he had taken
his life. Elston occupied a respected
place in the community and his career
both as an attorney and member of
Congress was regarded a successful.
Mr. Elston, who was serving his fourth
term in Congress, leaves a widow and
three children, the youngest of whom
was born two weeks ago. His asso associates
ciates associates agree that Elston was disap disap-poitned
poitned disap-poitned keenly over the failure of leg legislative
islative legislative plans which would have placed
the proposed Pacific naval base at
Alameda, in his home district. His
business and 'financial affairs are in
excellent shape, according to the
president of the Berkeley Bank, of
which Elston was a director.
The Book Shop has enlarged its
jewelry department within the past
few weeks and is now in position to
furnish practically EVERYTHING in
this line. All of the up-to-date staple
and novelty articles are in stock, in including
cluding including a vast quantity of solid vgold
and sterling silver jewelry which
makes after all the most suitable and
lasting holiday presents. Then, too,
be sure to take a kok at the extensive
cases of pretty pottery and glass glassware.
ware. glassware. 15-6t
A good bargain is to get what you
want when you want it at a reason
able price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains when it comes to buy
ing FURNITURE. Theus Bros. SO-tf
Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery Saturday. 15-2t
OXFORD BIBLES. All sizes and
prices. Some India paper editions at
Give of box of "EVERWEAR" or
"WONDERHOSE." Your salvation,
mother. Only at FISHEL'S. 12-3t
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
Beautiful DOLLS. We have really
beautiful sleeping dolls. FI3HELS. St
We have had phenomenal success
on the wearing qualities of our
"SHOES." We sell you to sell again.
"FISHELS 12-3t
sizes, kinds and prices. Some in
Solid Mahogany, at The Book Shop. St
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers-
Choice live poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 108, Main
Street Market. 6-tf
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 234. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
silver, gold or plaia border in assorted
tints, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 16-7t
Federal Fruit Cake. 16-tf
This is a Studebaker year.
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
v& prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
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
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Advtf

If Govern menU Don't Interfere, Am American
erican American and British Boys May Talk
Across Jie Atlantic

New York, Dec. 16. (Associated
Press). More than twenty-five radio
operators working with short wave
transmission sets have succeeded in
sending messages from the United
States to Scotland as a result of the
competitive experimental test begun
kst week. One successful contestant
wsrs located in Cleveland, Ohio, and
others in states bordering the At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. The test arounsed keen inter interest
est interest among more than 100,000 amateur
enthusiasts in this country, and if the
British Isles permitted amateurs of
that country using wave length sim similar
ilar similar to that permitted heer, officials
declare the boys would be talking to
each other across the Atlantic as they
do now from state to state in this
(Associated Press)
Fitzgerald, Ga., Dec. 16. An at attempt
tempt attempt to wreck a train on the Way Way-cross
cross Way-cross division of the Atlanta, Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham & Atlantic railroad was made
last night, officials announced today.
Only slight damage was done to the
pilot of the engine Ly timbers project projecting
ing projecting from a trestle.
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 16. Additional po policemen
licemen policemen were again detailed for duty
in the stock yard district today, as a
result of renewal cf outbreaks by
strike sympathizers last night in
which several persons were attacked
on the supposition they were strike
breakers. One stabbed in the back
may die.
The Parent-Teachers Association of
the O. H. S. was assembled in the au auditorium
ditorium auditorium of the high school building
yesterday afternoon at 4:15. The
meeting was presided over by Mrs. E.
T. Helvenston, who told the members
that the business of interest on this
occasion was to hear a discussion by
Major Butler, U. S. A., on mouth hy hygiene.
giene. hygiene. Mrs. Helvenston then intro introduced
duced introduced Major Butler, the substance of
whose speech follows:
, Nine months after the armistice the
government took up its work of mouth
hygiene. This was done because the
examinations of men for army service
pioved that both dctors and dentists
have overlooked this phase of the pub public
lic public health. Deficiency in the mouth
treatment is the greatest in the Unit United
ed United States today. When the United
States took over the Philippine Isl Islands,
ands, Islands, they sent teachers and army
men there who found on investigation
that the natives were exceedingly
vigorous though short lived. Upon
close examination it was found that
some lived to extreme old age. These
being investigated further proved that
ft a comparatively young age the
race died from a disease which af affected
fected affected the teeth and when they were
removed individuals lived to. extreme
old age.
Health and the mouth, mental -efficiency
and the mouth have proven to
be closely related. Children when
their mouths were kept in good condi condition
tion condition were shown ia five months to al-
most double their efficiency. School
averages in the Ocala school upon in investigation
vestigation investigation prove to be higher among
the children who have the best mouths.
This is true all over the United States.
The United States Medical Associa Association
tion Association emphasizes the fact that mouth
hygiene is the most important of all
phases of health work. It is prac practically
tically practically impossible for any child to
keep up his resistance against dis disease
ease disease with a diseased or unclean
mouth. The mouth and teeth should
be cleaned after every meal.
A young woman trained as a dental
hygienist who can be employed for
about $S0 to $100 per month will be
able to lessen mouth deficiency' 0 per
Nearly all diseases may be .traced
to teeth, tonsils or hookworms. Mouth
diseases exceed all others combined.
Infected gums were found prevalent
out of 300 examined in Ocala.



The Girl a
Horse and



' By

to tfif TftA Avtr Trhr made RnHerton

i so slow in bringing np his army, but

It iras high. noon.' and Daddy and I
were eaiing a cold luncheon, with the
shaft-hoose door-?!!! for a seat., when
ve saw the army coining. It was a

t railing



1 triouiit tiie two olu-rasmoned guns
and Jeanie's pistol promised a iMr
chance for an effective defense; but
Daddy Hiram proceeded to show me
that we had at least one other re re-;
; re-; source. In the mine stores left behind
tby the former operating company were
two boxes of sixty-per-eent dynamite.
..'f.l. r-w. ..,..1 fl,. ,1 .1 .. ..!

out that there were good possibilities
wrapped cp in the greasy brown-paT
cartridges if the enemy should come
close enough to let us use them.
"I believe you had this all doped out

in auvance, vuaoy. i saiu. wneii ne
had a neat little row of the cartridges
laid out on the floor. "But surely you
didn't expect to hold out alone if those
sharks sent a crowd of 'jumpers In to
ruij you oiT?
"Me and Jeanie." he said simply.
"Yv'e'd 'a' done our level best ; and the
tu ;el.s couldn't do no more than that."
. Here, unless the old man was sadly
. mistaken in his daughter,, was another
ivA holly tmsuspecter side of the blue blue-eviid
eviid blue-eviid maiden displayed for me. I tried
t, imagine Lisette helping her father,
or jne, or any lone man, to defend a be be-l:;i,uered
l:;i,uered be-l:;i,uered mine against an armed at at-t;u
t;u at-t;u k. It was so funny that I shouted.
"Do you mean to say that Jeanie would
fclmt herself up in here and load the
jruiis for you against a mol of mine
lie looked up with a prideful sparkle
in his mild blue eyes.

"xou uon t half know that little girl
o mine, yet, Stannie, son," he said
earnestly. And then : "She's the only
jboy I ever had, you see ; and sls'e hain't
had any mother since she can remem remember.
ber. remember. Maybe I ha'dn't brt to taught her
to ride hawsses and shoot, and them
things; but it seemed like I had to."
"You haven't made her one iota less
womanly or lovable." I hastened to
say. Then I blurted out the thing that
bad been weighing on me ever since
we had found Buiierton loafing on the
tioor-step: "Do j-ou s'tppoe they could
is there any way they could have
leen married yesterday. Daddy?"
"Uh-huh; 1 reckon there was. They
anight 'a' gone on down to Angels.
There's a justice o' the peace down
It still lacked a full hour of noon
when we got our preparations made
and were ready to stand a siege. Then
we waited, and waited some more; and
after a while I began to grin. What
If we had stampeded ourselves need-

In the deep gulch might really have
been tramps, and not a Buiierton army.
"Would the mining engineer, unprinci unprincipled
pled unprincipled as he doubtless was, go to the

iairtii .if trvin to dispossess US hv

-. -r-i - j

force? The more I thought of It, the
more unlikely it seemed.
l guess maybe we were scared of
a. shadow, after all. Daddy." I said.
"Buiierton has had time enough to
bring up his army, if he has one."
'"I ain't count in" much on his hackin'
down," was the drawling rejoinder.
"Ye see. 1 knew Charity Bullerion of
old; keen knowin' him ever since he
first bu'sted into the tuinin game.
That was over in ihe Sagauche. He's
an all-'round cuss, but he's a stayer. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, you rough d him up sort o hurt hurtful
ful hurtful this morn in, and he's got that to
make him spite?. We'll be hearin
' from h'.m as soon as he gets things
yanked 'round Into shape to suit him."
Still, as time passed and nothing
happened, it looked less and less like likely
ly likely that we were going to have to fight
for our holding ground. I don't know

here, says if yju want this mine yon
can romp and take It. and, by gnm gnm-mies.
mies. gnm-mies. I say them same identical
"All rUht," said Buiierton again.
"Int It's "oly fair to say that we out-

; number you six to one, and we've got
' i he law. slid a few deputy sheriffs, on
j our side. You two haven't as much
; show as a cat in heJl without claws,
j and. when the circus Ls over, youU

At that lott ? tf ai' "f tare's enough left
itf it., n ,1 Iva rir. TV, am x Via

distance we could see that they were i "Y i"r'J' ";
armefl. but. of course, we couldn't tell was urr nz to he ,he Jeed
what kind of guns thev had. After the ti,r f that l ,at oar fw
i it i iou may have that." he sneered.

open snace "two of them set to work X"t"1 hk" notl,in- better tlian lo have

t t o i y' prodece it in court."

of perhaps a dozen

men ; we couldn't count them accurate-
' ly because the road on the bench

wound in and out among the trees.
They came up within easy rifle shot
and pitched their camp, if you could

call it that, In a little glade.

At the halt in the glade -one of the j U1"" 1 ,wu, JU' u,wuf w 'tl
party-Bullerton, we guessed it was- haTe, ,a'Kt wt'rd- so 1 Puhe? a
hrnt-- a hrnch from nin, tHn ma nUlmatam f my own after.him

n.. ... s. i ,..,".. j as he herded his two scoundrelly look

ing "witnesses' into the downward

the-twigs from it. and made it a flag flagstaff
staff flagstaff for his white handkerchief. Un Under
der Under this flag of truce he and two of his

Mill ;tg

i' if IImT



f -'EST- 1 "A 'JLJ

AH My 4

Daddy and I Were Eating When We
Saw the Army Coming.
men came on, leaving their guns be behind.
hind. behind. There was a climb of about
thirty feet, maybe, coming up from
the bench to the ledge upon which the
mine buildings stood, so we got a fair fairly
ly fairly good look at the peace party before
it came within talking distance. Bui Buiierton
ierton Buiierton still had a slight touch of the
wry-neck, and the devil-may-care
Jauntiness which had been his chief
characteristic as a guest of the Twoui Twoui-blys
blys Twoui-blys had been wiped from his face and
manner like a picture from a black blackboard.
board. blackboard. As the three of them topped the rise
in the ore road I reached behind me
and got one of the Winchesters.
"That's near enough !" I called out.
"Do your talking from there, if you've
anything to say."
The delegation halted and Buiierton
took a paper from his pocket.
"I'm serving legal notice upon you.
Broughton," he said, waving the paper
at me, "and I have two witnesses here,
as the law requires. I represent the
Cinnabar Mining company o Cripple
Creek. You are trespassing on our
property and I am making a formal

demand for possession."
"So that's the new wrinkle, is it?" 1
laughed. "I was hoping you might
spring something a little more original.
How are you going to prove owner ownership?"
ship?" ownership?" "The burden of proof Isn't on us;
it's on you !" he ripped out. "You

haven't a shadow of claim to this
mine. I've got your so-called deed
right here" and he shook that at us.

'It's a forgery ; a clumsy, childish
forgery that wouldn't impose upon a
blind man We can send you to the
rock nlle on the strength of it if we

want tol"

"One thing more, Buiierton." I called
out. "Your flag of truce holds only
uptil you get back to your army. If
yu or any of your men are in sight of
Cinnabar property ten minutes after
you reacli your camp, we open fire."
Since the truce was thus .definitely
ended," we retired into our fortress and
put up the bars. As we were closing
the doors and making everything snug
I asked Daddy what kind of human
timber Buiierton was likely to have
in his', army, and if there were any
chance that his boast about having
deputy sheriffs in the crowd was to be
aken at its face value.
"There's nothin' to the deputy brag.
Ike Beasley is the chief deputy for
this end o the county, and he'd be

here himself if that was a posse com com-mytaters
mytaters com-mytaters down yonder. As for what he
has got, there's no tellin'. Most likely

le's picked up a fistful o' toughs and

jut-o'-works down in Angels. There's

always plenty o' drift o" that kind
hangin 'round a minin' camp."
"Fighters?" I queried.
"Oh, yes; I reckon so if fightin
comes easier than workin."
With the doors shut and barred I
climbed up on our breastwork to bring
my eyes on a level with one of the high
window holes. The ten-minute ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum interval had come to an end, but
the raiders were making no move to
vacate the premises. On the contrary,
their cooking fire was now burning
briskly and they were apparently mak making
ing making leisurely preparations to eat. It
fairly made me schoolboy furious to
see those fellows calmly getting their
noon meal ready and ignoring my
"Hand me up one of those dynamite
cartridges!" I barked at Daddy Hi Hiram;
ram; Hiram; and when he complied, I lighted
a match and stuck it to the split end
of the fuse. There was a fizz, a cloud
of acrid smoke to make me turn my
face away and cough, and then a
frenzied yell from the old man.
"Throw It good-gosh-to-Friday
throw it!"
I ct-ntrived to get it out through the
window opening in some way, and lost
my balance on the earth hags doing it.



Fairfield, Dec 15. The Fairfield
school is increasing rapidly. We have
enrolled five new scholars in the last
few weeks. Our teachers are Mrs.
B'ake, Miss Richie and Miss Gregory,
ard they have about 100 scholars en enrolled.
rolled. enrolled. Mr. and Mrs. Kinard were ordained

deacon and deaconess at the Baptist j
church at 2:30 o'clock Sunday. The
service was conducted by Rec. Brant,
the pastor and Rev. Rlalock of Mica- i
T 1 T-

nupy. .oroiner c rant was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his daughter and there were
also visitors from Reddick.
The W. O. W. camp met at the home
of Mr. W. H. Leverett and eletced of officers
ficers officers for the ensuing yetar.
The ladies of the aid societv are

going to give the Sunday school a
Christmas tree and entertainment on j
the 23rd. The exercises will precede j
the distribution of presents and every- j
body is cordially invited.
Mrs. Leonard, one of our beloved
Sunday school teachers, is home again j
after an absence cf several days. She
wis called to Fort White to ths bed-
side of her brother, Mr. Pearson, who ;
was very sick, but we are glad to re-
port that he is improving. j
Mrs. A. D. Lot, is improving, but j
her daughter, Mrs. McCollum, is still
with her.
Mrs, D. M. Kinard and Mrs. B. S. j
Jennings were callers at the home of 1
Mrs. A. D. Lott Sunday afternoon. ;
Mrs. J. H. Cherry and children were
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. :
YvT. V. Leverett the last of the past ',
week. j
Mrs. S. H. Chisman was a caller in :
our burg this week. j
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Leverett took a


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one day this i

flying trip to Irvine

week. t
Mr. A. J. Jones and son, Mr. Milton

Jones, were callers iln Fairfield this
Cane grinding and hog killing
the order of the day.


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"Christmas Cheer

and Cheerfu Clothes'
Xtiat's the combine-
tion yve offer you for the
Joyful Xmas season. Let
Saata Caus &end you f
suit through our Agrncy Ii

120 S. Main SU Upstairs
Thompson Building



Careful estimates made on all ror-

tract work. Civf more and netter 1

work for therecney th,m any other
contractor in the citj

Since he had stolen tfc" Scffl m:t cf

my pocket, I thought, oi course, that j
he was just blufBr- aboui Its being a
forgery. He uiu.'. have known per perfectly
fectly perfectly well that it wasn't. But Daddy
was whispering In my ear as he sal
behind me. Something like this:
"Gosh-all-Friday, Stannie, he's got you

i goin'! He's made a copy o' the deed
I and throwed the 'riginal away burnt

it up, r soiueUiin!"
"You have It all your own way, Bui Buiierton
ierton Buiierton or you think you have." I told
him ; and if I didn't get all of the self self-confidence
confidence self-confidence into the words that I tried
to, I am persuaded that he didn't know
the difference. "I might even concede
that you have everything but the mine
itself. If you want that, you may
come and take It ; but you'll permit me
to say that when you break into this
shaft-house there will be fewer people
alive on Cinnabar mountain than there
are at the present moment. I shall

quite possibly be one of the dead ones,
but before I go out I shall do my best
to make you another."
"All right," he snapped back;
"you're speaking for yourself, and
that's your privilege. But how about
you. Twombly? This is no quarrel of
yours. Suppose you go over yonder to
your cabin and stay out of the fight.
Nobody wants to hurt you."
That "put it pretty squarely up to
me. too, so I turned to the old man at
my side.
"It's good advice. Daddy," I said;
"and this isn't your quarrel. You'd
better duck while you can." 1
Daddy Hiram made no reply at all
to tne; didn't pay any attention to me.

Instead, he stood up on the door-sill
nnd shook his fist at Buiierton.
"I been lookin' for you and your
Wind of a crowd for a year back.
Charley Buiierton. and drawin pay
for doln it !" he shrilled. "Stannle,

"Throw !t!


Orange Springs, Dec. 13 Mr. Mort- i
land, representing the Barret land in-

terests in Marion county, was mingl- j

ing with us crackers down in this neck
of the woods and stayed over Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and enjoyed the cane grind

ing at Mr. J. B. Hall's.
Mr. John Livingston and daughter,
Mrs. Edith McCarley and Miss Gladys
Hall were visitors at Boardman Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rast made a flying
visit to Hawthorn yesterday to con consult
sult consult with Dr. Floyd.
Mr. J. W. McCarley of Pomona Is
spending his vacation with- Mr. and
Mrs. John Livingston at this place,
putting in most of his time hunting
and fishing.
Mr. F. W. Sears, who has been down
for some time with the grip, is im improving
proving improving and is able to be out again.
We were very much in hopes that
the present management of the O. V.

would be an improvement over the old
one, but alas! it is much' worse. They
are limping along with one old worn worn-out
out worn-out engine and trying to haul logs
(which by the way is about the only
train they operate). The P. 0. depart department
ment department should call a halt on their car

rying mail as our mail is from two to

six hours late. I am informed the X
postmasters are gc ing to lodge com- j

plaint against such conditions.
The little peanut stand run by Mrs.
Livingston seems to give the big busi

ness houses a great deal of worry, but j

why worry over a httle peanut stand.

Think up something better, brother,
and give this matter a rest during the j
Christmas holidays. j

Good Gosh
Throw It!"


tumbling awkwardly into Daddy's
arms as I foil. Coincident with the
tumble, the stout old shaft -house
rocked to ihe crash of an explosion
r!;;.: v;s: .: ilil t cLu'.,; fcni the ell .To

of the mountain alxive when the sour
fumes of the dynamite rose to float in

at the w!e!ow holes.

"G-goo--. izzai-ds!" stuttered Daddy

Hiram, "did you reckon I cut them
fuses long enough so 't you could hold
em In vour hands and watch 'em

"What do I -know about fuses?" 1
asked, grinning at him. Then I mount

cd the breastwork again and looked

out. prepared to see the entire land-

serie blown Into shreds.

Aside from a few sheets of corru corrugated
gated corrugated iron torn from the roof of the
adjacent ore shed, the landscape ap

peared to be fairly intact and still
with us. But down on the bench le le-low.
low. le-low. the lately kindled cooking fire
was burning In solitary confinement.
The raiders, to a man. had disappeared

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December 13, 1921

To Our Patrons:

UrJ&l December, 1921

(Continued on Seventh Page)


The BOOK SHOP has a few Nippon
Dinner Sets and many attractive New
things in China. The prices are mod moderate.
erate. moderate. 15-6'

. Each purchaser of 5 gallons or more of gasoline will receive a ticket good for
one chance to win a handsome nickle plated f ia&h light. One flash light will be
given away free each d:iy beginning Dec. 14, and ending Dec 24. These flash
lights in Holiday boxes will make appropriate Christmas gifts.
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Fus, Etc
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anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
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2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
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1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm! St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dannellon-Wilcox
7:25 am D ar.ellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:.'i0 pm Homosassa 1:25 m
30:15 nn Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Ionday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tui;sday, Thursday, Saturday.


Chinese Woman Smuggler of Opium
Had New Wrinkls Which Near Near-ly
ly Near-ly Fooled Veteran Official.
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It was in Shanghai that 1 first saw
the opium smuggler at work.
A tramp steamer from India had
just berthed, .and amid the confusiou
of rattling cranes and shouting coolies
th nsuit! mixed crowd of Orientals
ileitn!ed the gangway.
The customs official, a tired, white-fa-ed
Englishman, quickly got to work.
As each passenger came before him hi.
Ini'-ticet fingers worked carefully all
over thir bodies from the head down down-m
m down-m ris.
Iwn the gangway came an old
Chinese woman, almost tottering with
the smallness of her tightly-bound feet.
She was dressed In the usual black silk
trousers mid blouse, and carried an old
wicker basket under her arm. Her
yellow, wrinkled fa-e gazed at the offi official
cial official In reproach as he began his seawh.
"What's In the .basket, Ma?" he
The almond eyes began to weep
copiously. "Me take cat some veily
fine kitten. No chow Xfood) on ship
and kitten die. Lookes ereP
. And the old Chinese woman opened 1
the basket, displaying a black cat
whose yellow eyes blinked wickedly
in th light, while six black kittens,
;tfl lend. lay around her.
"Rut you fioti't wan to take dead
Ki t? ens -- ashore.' si:d the customs
Mrint rather roughly. "Throw the:-!
tv ay!"
Tlx tear of tiie olrl woman stream-'?
afr.Vli. "Mp veliy kind. Wantee luV
uiffn in iTjirden my house.
The cuatoins oiiicial looked at the
o!d 'woman, at the black cat. st'ii
blinking, and then at the kittens. H
tntched out a lean hand, and despite
the spitting fury of the black cat and
the cry of alarm from the old woman,
picked out a dead kitten from the
basket. Ele held It In his hand, look looking
ing looking at It thoughtfully.
"Humph! All the 'kitten' stuffed
with opium, eh. Ma? Not a bad Idea.
You nearly got me there."
He -called a Chinese assistant, who
seized the basket and the dead kit kittens,
tens, kittens, and in a few moments a pile of
brown opium was displayed before ns
Iondon Daily Mail.
Electric Time-Balls.
In the Middle ages the time-ball as a
means of marking the passing hours
was popular. For the convenience of
the men and women of the various
courts of Europe a great hall was
dropped from the ceiling of the palace
throne room at certain intervals. To Today,
day, Today, many cities have' time-balls in
prominent places which drop at noon
to warn the citizens of the time. Many
of our harbors. Montreal and Quebec,
for instance, still use the time-ball to
mark noon and other hours. But it
i-enifiiiHHl for a little country in South
America. Uruguay, tr. inaugurate a
really modern and efficient system for
sending broadcast over the capital
city. Montevideo, rh time at exact i.v
H-ht .o'clock at n':irht. At that h' ur.
every electric li.sht- in rhe city prows
dim for a few-, seconds, and the resi residents
dents residents set their clor-ks and watches.
The ;svsteni has been fuurestei in
several places in this country, but
electricians object on the gromids that
the sudden diminishing in the "con
sumption of eldest-5eity from the cen central
tral central jplant, with tiie subsequent in increase,
crease, increase, would form a great "load' .n
the plant, with possible disastrous re results.
sults. results. Montreal Herald.
Simple "3ath" in the Congo.
Chief Kabongo of the Congo has a
harem as large as
of Mwata j
iamvo and a
and a palace or beautiru'iy
basket work', a bath and a gar-1
den of cods, all inclosed in a com
pound with an elaborately woven reed
wall about it. The royal bath is a
hole In the ground, but It is the only
one used for the purpose In all the
Luba territory. (And the rivers are
infested with crocodiles!) His maj majesty
esty majesty gets down In the hole, and serv servants
ants servants throw buckets of water at him
from every direction at once. Then
he climbs out with mud sticking to
him and pronounces the ceremony a
complete success, which It Is not. ac according
cording according to the white man's standards.
A clay crocodile and some white pig pigeons
eons pigeons are Kabongo's principal deities,
and these he worships fitfully, mostly
for political reasons. Kabongo's cun cunning
ning cunning has made him the logical usurper
of the throne of Mwata Tamvo in the
minds of many sub-chiefs of the Con Congo.
go. Congo. He always manages to turn up
on top when seemingly about to lose
Intereating Old Medal.
An ancient medal, bearing the date
1669 and an inscription showing it to
have come originally from Mont St.
Michel, the picturesque mountain mon monastery
astery monastery fortress off the coast of Nor Normandy,
mandy, Normandy, opposite St. Ma!o. the birth birthplace
place birthplace of Jacques Cartier. has been
found at Penetanguishene. Historians
connect the medal with La Salle. He
built a boat called the Griffon at Ni Niagara,
agara, Niagara, and, with Huron Indians and
one M. de Monty, toured the Great
Lakes, discovering Green Bay, Mich.
The Hurons Induced him to visit tlv'ir
old homeland. Huronia, which he did,
and then packed the Griffon full of
furs and sent it back to his Niagara
encampment. The medal Is thonirht
to have belonged to one of La Saile's
Fresh peanut snd cocoanat brittle,
tr-.f.y, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
jtc order. Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters.


Ocala, Fla, Dec 6, 1921.
The board of county commissioners
met in-regular session with Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners Meffert, Waters, Talton and
Weathers present. Minutes of Nov.
8th and 15th were read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Commissioner Clyburn met with
the board.
Mr. R. W. Ferguson called and ob-!
jetced to pauper allowance to Fannie
Adams, which was referred to Com- j
roissioner Weathers,
Mr. E. B. Guinn appeared, present presenting
ing presenting bond and asked to be allowed to
carry a pistol in connection with trap trapping.
ping. trapping. Mr. R. L. Carter appeared and ask-
ed that the benches around the public
sufreJf "Pfirei. J ,
.ur. .c. x erry caneu ana assea 10
be allowed to rent the county road
roller, which the commissioners decid decided
ed decided they could not do.
McKinley and G. Jones appeared
and asked damages for route of Dixie

highway through their property nearjkin as sureties. LOtary public, "r. T. i

Mr. J. E. Walker, division engineer
of the state road department, asked
the board to go to the southern end of
the Dixie highway in this county and
inspect the wtjrk and route, and stated
that the route is not in condition to
put the base down and that the time
for that work-will depend largely on
weather conditions, assuring the board
that he would notify them of the
proper time to advertise for Lids on
the construction work.
Mr. D. N. Barco called and offered
right of way through his land for
continuation of road No. 4 of the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon special road and bridge dis district.
trict. district. Major Priest called in the interest
cf the Fort McCoy road.
Mr. B. H. Sanders called in regard
to damages to his house and lot n
the Dixie highway in Ocala.
Bill of Thomas Bros, against the
Dunnellon special road, and bridge
district No. 2 for construction of 2.9
miles of road No. 4 in accordance with
contract, in amount of $3910.77, was
approved on report of Mr. Edward
Drake, civil engineer, and bill of Ed.
ward Drake, C. E., for the inspection
of said work in amount of $20 was ap approved.
proved. approved. Warrant was ordered drawn in fa favor
vor favor of W. L. Colbert in amount of
$1000 as payment on commission on
1921 levy.
Upon motion warrant in amount of
$401.17 was ordered drawn in favor
of Messrs. John L. Edwards, J. G.
Baskin and L. K. Edwards, bond tfus tfus-teesfor
teesfor tfus-teesfor commissions.
Upon motion warrant on the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural fund, in amount of $200 was
ordered drawn in fevor of K. C. Moore
for salary as county demonstrator for
the month of November 1921.
The Ocala National Bank fiied ap-
plication to be designated county de-
pository for the year 1922 and after
consideration, upon motion of Com-
missioner Talton, seconded by Com
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roissioner Waters, the Ocala- National I

Dank was designated as county depos- :
itory for all of the funds of this conn- ;
ti. nlutaF ,1 ? V .-! J ;
cner control of this board and its
bond was fixed at $30,000 to be in- I
creased at the discretion of the comp-
troller. I
The board ordered that advertise-J
ment be inserted in the papers call- 1
ing for bids to be submitted at meet- 1
ing of January 3rd, for the furnishing
to this county one carload of culvert
pipe, assorted sizes, and one leaning ;
wheel grader with 12' blade.
The following bonds were approved
by the board:
For license to carry a rifle: Oliver'
Tort with L. A. Griggs and J. B. Gore j
as sureties; M. E. Mason, with W. C
j West and Qifton Ayilliamson as sure-
itiesI deputy sheriffs, O. E. Wiggins,
with J. R. Martin and A. A. Winer as
sureties; Calvin L. West, with Royal
Indemnity Ccy as surety; Oliver S.
Snell with P. A. Fort and W. F.
Thrown as si:rihs? T tP T. Price
with E T Helvenston and R. A. Bas-
Hall and Julian P. Harrell, with
American Surety Co. as sureties; C.
S. Savage Jr.. with S. S. Savage Jr.
and H. A. Waterman as sureties.
A. J. Marlow having moved from
the county was ordered stricken from
the pauper list.
Mr. Colon Monroe complained of
being assessed with automobile pur purchased
chased purchased after January 1921, which was
referred to the tax assessor.
The tax assessor was requested to
name four or five persons to be ap appointed
pointed appointed as deputy assessors to assist
n obtaining valuations for the 1922
assessment rolls.
Mr. Jesse Williams filed petition
bearing 10 signatures, asking that the
north line of the leute of road No. 4
of Dunnellon special road district No.
2 be changed to the section line be between
tween between sections 35 end 36, 26 and 25, 23
and 24 and 13 and 14 of township 15
s range 19 e, which was ordered filed.
Advertisement having been made
in accordance with law and the time
having arrived for the opening of
bids for the purchase by the county
of a truck, it was found that three
bids were submitted from the follow following:
ing: following: International Harvester Co., of
America, International Motor Truck
Co. and the White Co. After consid consid-ciation
ciation consid-ciation of the several bids submitted
the board ordered that the bid of the
Whtie Company for the delivery of
one 3 -ton, pneumatic equipped,
power dump White truck at $5704.93,
less allowance of $2200 for 3 -ton
drive White truck now property of
county, making a net price of $3504.93
be accepted.
A letter from Mrs. Frank Lytle
j rtaa' -r-S aamages icr me
riht of waT of Eixie highway thru
1 j
her subdivision near Weirsdale.
The county attorney returned to the
board contract between the S. A. L.
, T- 1 .1 1
i ana ine couniy 01 -P". nere
tofore referred to him, with advice on
!sme' and the contract was ordered
j returned to the railway company ask-
j ing that same be altered in accordance
jwith the attorney's advice,
j Warrants were ordered drawn on
! the outstanding indebtedness fund in
j favor of C. Rheinauer in amount of
j?1.030, to retire validated road fund
warrant No. 47 and coupon No. 12 on
said warrant, and warrant on same
fund in favor of the Ocala National
Bank in amount of $733.09 to retire
ccupon No. 12 on validated road fund
warrants Nos. 11, 13, 48, 49, 50, 51,
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fruits grown In Florida. This
Is of value to those interested
in town planning and other
civic work as well as home
builders write us regarding
your problems.

1 53,

53, 56, 52, 63, 64, 69. 70, 71, 72, 73, 74
and coupon No. 12 on validated gen-
eral fund warrants Nos. 3, 4, 2, 5, 6, 7,
in if 1 x r
10, 16, and warrant on same fund in
favor the Monroe & Chambliss Bank
to retire coupon No. 12 on validated
road fund warrants Nos. 9 10 12 14
23 24 45 46 52 53 54 57 58 59 60 61
65 66 67 69 75 and coupon No. 12 on
validated general fund warrants Nos.
8 9 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 2o 26 27 28 29 30 and validated
general fund warrant No. 8.
J. L. Fanner being reported dead
" ordered stricken from the pauper
Upon motion Mrs. J. L. Farmer was
placed on the pauper list at $5 per
numMi and Mrs. Mollie Gore was plac
! on the pauper list at $10 per month.
The contract between the state road
'department and the county of Marion
'being duly executed by both parties to
i same, under seal, was presented to the
board and ordered filed. The contract
! as follows:
j This contract and agreement made
and entered into this the 16th day of
I November, A. D. 1921, by and between
Jthe state road department of Florida..
j hereinafter called the department and
J the board of county commissioners of
' the county of Marion, state of Florida,
hereinafter called the commissioners.
Whereas,, state road No. 2 of the
Florida system of state roads extends
north and south through said county;
Whereas, the commissioners have on
hand the sum of $450,000, the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of the sale of certain bonds
voted to be used in building said road
through said county; and,
Whereas, the department desires
that there shall be built on the route
oij said state road No. 2 a good and
permanent hard surfaced road through
said county; and,
Whereas, the department desires
that there shall be built on the route
of said road No. 2 a good and perma permanent
nent permanent hard surfaced road through said
county, and di at its regularly quarter quarterly
ly quarterly meeting held in Tallahassee on the
27th day of October 1921, adopt a res resolution
olution resolution in worlds as follows:
Marion County, State Road No. 2.
The following resolution was offered
by Mr. Clark, seconded by Capt. Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the state road de department
partment department does hereby agree that if
Marion county will expend the sum of
$450,000 on state road No. 2 in said
county, under the supervision of this
department that this department will
complete said road across said county.
Ti L : ; v 1 : t. i j
tubman uuy mstrucieu
to enter into such contract with Mar
ion county as to carry out the provis provisions
ions provisions of the above resolution.
-Now therefore, in consideration of
the premises, it is contracted and
agreed as follows:
That said commissioners will expend
the sum of four hundred fifty thou- j
sand dollars ($450,000) on state road j
No. 2, through said county, on the j
rotue and line located and approved j
by the chief engineer of the depart- j
ment, in the construction of a good, j
permanent hard Eurfaced road under ;
tl supervision cf the department; j
provided, however, that such supervis-
ion shall not prevent the commission- (
ers from letting contracts for any j
;,art of such construction on, or fori
the furnishing of materials, for the
whole or any portion of said road (the
aggregate amount of said contracts
not to exceed $450,000) and that the
commissioners shall be the sole

Do You Live inxa House
or in a Home?
Prehistoric people lived in caves, closed with boulders Inside
were stones, dirt and a meagre fire. Little they cared for the
outside world, or the pleasures of the garden.
And In the middle ages the peoples of the Old World lived In
stern, forbidding, fortress-lite homes built to repel invaders and
make safe the domestic hearth. But they. In their deeper love
.for the emotional refinements of life, enclosed gardens of de delight
light delight within their defensive walls.
Now we, with our modern civilization and facilities for gar gardens
dens gardens of beauy and comfort what are we doing? How far
ahead are we of Cave Man or Moor? Answer the question
frankly to yourself then take up the matter of the planning of
your grounds with the best available source of information In
the State.
Reasoncr Brothers
Royal Palna Nurseries
Depart aiert cf Landscape Desija

judges as to the expediency or neces

sity for letting any such contract at
j any time or any portion of said road
or on any class of said work until the
commissioners have expended said
I sum; it being understood, however,
' AL .1 il 1 .
uiai uie worn: mast be done under the
supervision of tha department's engi engineer,
neer, engineer, and in accordance with specifica specifications
tions specifications to be prepared and furnished by
j tie department.
j And it is further agreed that when
the commissioners have expended said
1 unn of $450,000 in the construction
j of said road as aforesaid, the depart-
i ment, with state funds, or with state
and federal aid funds without delay
will continue the work and complete
the construction of said road through
the county.
In witness whereof, the parties
hereto have executed this contract and
agreement in dupuicate the date above
State Road Department, by H. B.
Phillips, its Chairman. Attest, J. L.
Lerap, Acting Secretary. Board of
ount.y Commissioners, by R. B. Mef-
its v,nairman, u. A. waters, K.
L. Clyburn, J. A. Talton. Attest, T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk Board of Coun County
ty County Commissioners, Marion County.
Communication was received from
Mrs. Frank Lytle regarding the route
cf the Dixie Highway at Stanton.
The county depository, sheriff, tax
collector, county judge, game warden
and inspetcors of marks and brands
filed reports.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, towit: Gen General
eral General fund No. 12375 to 12529, $6070;
fine and foifeiture-fund, No. 8416 to
SCSI, $1715.08; road fund, No. 15325
to No. 15796, $7560 51; ctate iad road
fund, No. 1169 to No. 1206, $585.20;
outstanding indebtedness fund, No.
oS7 to No. 889, $3432.99; agricultural
fud, ..o. 737, $200.
The following bonds were approv approved:
ed: approved: For license to carry rifle, Oliver
Fort with L. A. Griggs and J. B. Gore Gore-as
as Gore-as sureties; M. E. Mason with W. C
West and Clifton Williamson as sure sureties;
ties; sureties; as deputy sheriff, O. E. Wiggins Wiggins-with
with Wiggins-with J. R. Martin and A. A. Winer as as-sureties;
sureties; as-sureties; Calvin L. West with Royal
Indemnity as surety; Oliver S. Snell.
with P. A. Fort and W. F. Brown as as-surety;
surety; as-surety; Lee L. Priest with E. II. Hel Helvenston
venston Helvenston and W. R. Fedrick as sureties;
R. II. Baskin with W. S. Baskin and
R. A. Baskin as sureties. As notary
public, H. T. Hall with American
Surety Company as surety; Chas. A.
Savage Jr. with S. S. Savage Jr. and
H. A. Waterman as surety; Julian P.
j nrwell American Surety Com
The boa-d thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
Attest: T. D. Lancaster Jr Clerk.
Pest mrals in- the city for 50 cents,
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
-CO. 310 N. Ma'n street. tf
The hardest thing about finding a
suitable present for the men folks and
boys is the matter of finding .our Once you are here everything
else ils easy. East side courthouse
scuare. E. C. Joordan & Bro. 15-8t
GINGHAMS! It wouldn't look like
there was a shortage on Ginghams to
see our stock. FIHEL'S. 12-3t
All kinds of Christmas cakes next
j week at Carter's Bakery.
W Lar-



tola Evening Siar

Piihllabed Every Day Except Sunday by
II. R. Carroll, Preotdc-ai
P. V. UaveBKuH), Serery-Trerer
J. H. Bcnjaiuln, Editor

1870, they captured a full set of Du- COMMUNICATION FROM
mas' novels, and that was the real MR. W. C. G. KILGORE

cause of the world war.



J Turner Farm, Dec 16. Our com-

Wildwod, Fla., Dec. 12. niunity has awakened and organized J
Mr. William Hocker, Ocala, Fla. 'z Sunday school, which we are hoping j
Dear Mr. Hocker: Your letter and th progress nicely. Let's all strive j

i article received. I note what you say ito make it a successful one. j
The members rr tne ocala Dental in regard to the compact of Marion : J- J- Beck f Lochloosa, visited

Knt&red at Ocala, Fla.;
second-class matter.


Assdciation gave a supper last night i and Sumter in alternating senators. I

in honor of Maj. H. B. Butler and Miss

Belle Thornhill, of the United States

: relatives here last week.

think I attended everv senatorial con- Lochloosa was well represented Here


BaMlaen Office
editorial Department
Society Reporter .

I Public Health Service, who, by request

' of the Parent-Teachers Association,

.".".TwalseVea j were sent here to give the children of
- ..Five-One J the city instruction in the care of

their teth.

.Y.insiv.i. I Major eritier and 3iiss lnornnul

all news dispatcnes credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper and

aluio the local news published herein.
ALL riKhta of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.


The Associated Press Is

entitled for the use for republication of have had a busy-week, instructing the

hundreds of children of the city in
one of the most important duties to
themselves, and one the necessity of
which has only recently been realized.
The public schools have been the med mediums
iums mediums of exchange for instruction and
its reception, and the teachers have
most thoroughly entered into the
spirit of the work. Major Butler is"
an enthusiast in the beneficial science
of dental care, and Miss Thornhill is

a charming as well as skillful instruc-

One year, in advance ....
Bi.v month.-, in advance ......

Threo months, in advance.,

.. .ts.oo


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tlons 25 per cent additional Com pop i
on charges on ads. that run less thsuu
lix times 10 cents per Inch. Special

position 25 Tcr cent additional. Ratet tor wmn;rr the hearts of the rHldren
based on four-inch minimum. Less than lul lnnir-S e narxs oi me craiaren

four inches will take a higher rate,,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
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tcr first insertion; three cents per line
for each subsequent insertion. One
Cfiitnge a week allowed on readers with without
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. ieg-al advertisement at legal rates.

Llay the Irish cut their
Liio stove wood.


Madison county has voted $750,000
for roads improvement.

If Emma Goldman is truly repent repent-aril,
aril, repent-aril, let the poor wretch come back

We don't know how Ocala woman
will vote in future elections, but they
certainly stood by each other in the
last one.

It's no use to spring that old gag
p bout the girls' stockings being well
filled in this town. Most Ocala girls
have two pair.

The St. Petersburg Times insists
that "oral hygiene' should mean clean
talk as well as clean teeth. Perhaps
it will some day.

The Times-Union has disagreed
from Its demigod, Senator Reed, about
the four-power Pacific agreement.
The wot Id do move.

It will be a good play for Ocala
people in sending Christmas cards to
their friends to use as many Ocala
and Marion county postcards as pos possible.
sible. possible. Many of them have fine views
upon them.

The man who gets sore at a news newspaper
paper newspaper printing something that j.isrt't
complimentary about him should re
member he is always mightily in interested
terested interested when it prints something un uncomplimentary
complimentary uncomplimentary about somebody else.

as soon as they see her.

The supper was given at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. The dentists invited the
physicians of the city to meet the
honor guests, and all responded except
those who were unavoidably detained.
A' long table was oaintily arranged in
the Harrington's handsome dining
room, and to it sat down shortly after
eight o'clock, Dr. Clifford Ayer, presi president
dent president of the dental association Dr.
Walter Hood, Dr. Sheppard, Dr. Do Do-zier,
zier, Do-zier, Miss Thornhill, Dr. J. E. Chace,
Miss Mary Marshall, Major Butler,
Dr. Moremen, Dr. Van Engelken, Dr.
Fuller, Dr. Lindner, Dr. Watt, Dr.
Henry and a Star reporter, who wasn't
any doctor at all, but mighty well
pleased to find himself in such distin distinguished
guished distinguished company.
The supper was excellent and full

justice was done to it. When the
viands had been disposed of, cigars
and cigarettes were lit, Miss Thorn Thornhill.
hill. Thornhill. and Miss Marshall, both being
good soldiers, not objecting, and a
good two hours followed of animated
conversation in which the scientific
blended with the social in harmonious

measure, rapers were read by Mat.

utler and Miss Thornhill, introduc-

iig subjects that were animatedly dis

cussed. The reporter felt like a two-

spot of clubs in a bunch of aces and
face-cards, and wished he was a dic-

phone, so he could have preserved

most of the conversation for the bene

fit of the public.

The party dispersed at 11 o'clock,

with sincere good wishes on both sides,
and hopes that the guests would make

o.her yisits to-Ocala in the future.
1 hey will leave for another point of

duty tomorrow and. Ocala's good

wishes will go with them.

vention held in Ocala for the purpose j Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beck,

The Miami Herald says that the re recent
cent recent Baptist convention in that city
protested against the use in the pub public
lic public schools of any books that conflict
with the Bible. Well, that would

save the school patrons a right smart

expense when they went to buy books

The Times-Union paragrapher hit

the bullseye when he wrote: "Tom

Watson lost his temper before the

Senate investigating committee prob

ing his charges as to illegal hangings

in France, and threatened to slap an

officer's face because the officer, Tom

said, 'gave him a nasty look.' The of-

, ficer should have come back and said

'You have a nasty look, but I didn't

give it to you.'"

The constitute of Florida would

forbid the governor and s'cretary of

state from giving William J. Bryan a

certificate cf election to the United
States Senate if he ran next year and
received a majority cf votes, but some

of his 'blind admirers think that the

federal constitution would enable him

to circumvent that of the state. If
Mr. Bryan runs next year, he will not

need any certificate.

The Lakeland Telegram blames

Alexander Dumas for the fighting
spirit of the French. Everybody who

has studied French history will recog

nize the justice of the statement

Pepin learned his letters from "The
Three Musketeers" and the heads of

Charlemagne, Roland and Oliver often
bobbed together as they bent over

their copy of "Twenty Years After.

Chevalier Bayard, Henry of Navarre

and Admiral Coligni, the. great Conde

Turenne and the Dt.c de Luxembourg

passed the long winter evenings read

ing Dumas, and the only reason Joan
of Arc did not peruse the same en entrancing
trancing entrancing print was because she could
not Tead. Napoleon gave his marshals
sets of Dumas for Christmas presents
and -worrying over the loss of his au autographed
tographed autographed copy of Monte Cristo caus caused
ed caused him to lose, the hattle of Waterloo,
Wfeen the Germans overran France in


Rev. E. A- Burnette, pastor of the

Williston Baptist church, sends us two

checks for a dollar each, one from

himself and one from the Baptist Sun

day school, to help out on the Ocala

Industrial School's Christmas tree.

They have big hearts at Williston.

May Santa Claus be good to their fine

little, town.

- From Pennsylvania
In the same mail came a letter con

taining a check for a dollar from Mrs.
Lena White Hays of Chicora, Pa., and

here's 'hoping Santa doesn't miss her
chimney as he flivers swiftly toward

the south.

A Scotch Dollar

Mr. J. S. Pearson, the golf expert

and a native -of the land of Annie

Laurie and the fair maid of Perth,

handed in a dollar, "for the lassies,

he said.

cf nominating senators from this dis district.
trict. district. It has been a long time and of
course I cannot remember everything:

that transpired at these conventions.
I do remember, however, what you say
in regard to the convention presided
over by Mr. Himes and the Sumter
delegation insisting on the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Capt. Baker for senator; and
I remember there was strong opposi opposition
tion opposition to him from Marion county,. The
matter of alternating the counties
was discussed. The Sumter delega delegation
tion delegation was contending that according to
former agreement it was Sumter's
time to name the senator. I remem remember
ber remember that I did pay that Sumter would
be abundantly satisfied if permitted to
choose the senator at that time. That
seemed to be the reasonable thing to
'say, when we were contending that
it was our time to name the senator.
And if Capt. Baker had not been nom nominated
inated nominated Sumter would have been disap disappointed
pointed disappointed with the action of the conven convention,
tion, convention, as her delegates firmly believed
that it was her time by agreement to
name the "senator. And the alterna alternation
tion alternation of Marion and Sumter in naming
the senator has been going on ever
since the compact or agreement was
entered into, more than thirty years
ago. I am not in position to say
what Sumter has done for- Marion in
the matter of election for senators. I
know this, we have always stood by
and worked for any man that was put
forward for senator from Marion, as
Marion would for a Sumter man, and
I can say the same thing for Marion
towards a Sumter man. This shows
conclusively that there was some kind
of compact or agreement entered into
by Marion and Sumter in alternating
the senators, and it has worked in a
spirit of fairness and harmony be between
tween between the counties all the time, except
or. one or two occasions, like at the
convention when Capt. Baker was
nominated. And that was only momen momentary,
tary, momentary, for as soon as he was declared
the nominee, peace and good will
reigned supreme. Since then every everything
thing everything has worked smoothly along po political
litical political lines between Marion and Sum

ter counties. In the matter of alter alternating
nating alternating senators from this district, I
have always understood that the sen senator
ator senator would alternate between the 'two

ounties. If this agreement has been

abolished, I have no knowledge of it.

And this is the first time in years that

this question has been raised, so far
as I know. I cannot see' any good

reason for Mr. Wicker writing the
Banner in regard to the matter, and
the Banner editor sustained the con contention
tention contention that a compact does exist be

tween the two counties. Now, since
you admit that Sumter furnished good
men for senator, likewise Marion, it
does seem to make very little differ difference
ence difference from which county they go since
he is a good man. However, we think
the next senator should go from Sum Sumter.
ter. Sumter. Yours very truly,
W. C. G. Kilgore.

Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Cheshire and fam

ily, Messrs. C. L. Beck, Homer and

Ralph Ergle and Lee Bates. j

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elli3 and family j
of Citra, attended Sunday school here
Our hard road from Citra to Orange
Springs is coming thru ircely. We j
only hope it will soon be completed.
Every one should remember there j
will be services held at the Simmons 1
church next Sunday at 11 o'clock. All j
members are requested to be present.


Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
iu Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phne 151. ti

Having bought the Barnett stock
of very dependable merchandise at so
great a saving .-nables us to pull
down the prices of our new goods i
which are now coming in on every ex- i
press. E, C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t :

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

There's no extra cnarge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market,
i 'hone 153. tf

DAVIDSON PRINTS nicely boxed,
suitable for gifts at The Book Shop. 3t j
This is a Studebaker year.

refusing to quit
at the end of its
ft years written

Blalock Bros

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Especially in doing your


Fancy Grocery

for your
Christmas Dinner


Representative Wingo of Arkansas
accuses Postmaster General Hays of
overturning the civil service commis commission
sion commission to obtain appointments of faith faithful
ful faithful republicans as postmasters. Rep Representative
resentative Representative Wingo accuses what the
country already knows to be a fact.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Well, what did the country expect?
How many, republican postmasters did
the Wilson administration leave in of office
fice office ? Be good sports, boys.

The buyer for The Book Shop has
just returned from the eastern mar markets,
kets, markets, where he was able to obtain
many entirely new articles for the
holiday trade, some of which have
never been in the markets before,
among them a number of beautiful de designs
signs designs in clocks, in mahogany, mahog mahogany
any mahogany finish, brass anad silver; there
are eight-day alarm clocks in the lot.
A number of pretty new items for
library, desk and home use, which are
useful as well as ornamental and
make suitable gifts for ladies or gen gen-thmen,
thmen, gen-thmen, are to be found among the

seTections. lo-ot
Pound cake, fruit cake and angel
cake at Carter's Bakery. 15-3t

I have decided to put on the market
ir.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2 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 th's
oroperty. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3V4 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or selh House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance uu terms.



Ocala, Florida

UR STOCK of Christmas Eats is as complete as in any

previous years, but uuder the existing conditions, it has been very hard

to tell how much of everything to buy. Don't put off laying in your wants
for the Christmas Dinner.
This store has been known for years as a place where you can get high
class groceries for any occas&ion at.d we make every effort to keep in stock all
the various articles wanted for the holiday season.
Here is a Partial List of some of the Good Things to Eat A
And all the goods mil be found fresh stock
- -
Other Good Things to Eat
Evapirated Horse Radish, Prepared Horse Radish, 3iayonola, Olive SalkL Frankfurther Saus Sausage
age Sausage in glass. Salt Mackerel, PickeW Salmond, Russian Sardines in kegs. Marinne Herring in I ega,
Dutch Herring-Milchners, Genuine Boneless Codfish, Finnan Hadie, Canned Rabbit, Manhattin Clam
Chowder, Spanish Pimentos, Anta Pasto, Apple Juice, Apple Cider, Pearl Tapko, Pearl Early. Old
Fashioned Buckwheat Flour. Oyster Cocktail Sance, Horseradish with Mustard, Royal Tartar Sauce,
Sweet Pickled Rellish, Celery Salt, Anchovys, Sardine Paste, Salmond Paste, Purety Cross Welch
Babbitt. French Sardines. Chili Cheese, Nippy Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Edam Cheese, Roqoifort
Cheese, Camemberf Cheese, Sap-Sago Cheese.

If it can be found Ocala, vce hate it. Come in
and take a look, you will see many things that
trill go to make your Christmas Dinner'a joyous one






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Low operating cast

The program at the Woman's Club
tomorrow afternoon under the direc-

j tion of Mrs. L. W. Duval, chairman of
; social and industrial conditions and
Miss Byrd Wartmann, chairman of
i music, promises to be both instructive
I and entertaining.
Mrs. Duval's plans for the after after-i
i after-i noon cover many phases of social
work and will give to the audienc a
J clearer conception of the work which
j is being done in Florida and in Ocala
along these lines than it is the good
j fortune of most people to have. The
social and industrial work of today is
j one of the most important features of
I our modern civilization and if more



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FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
White Wyandotte cock bird, thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St., Ocala, Fla. 15-lm
FARM WANTED North Georgian
wants to buy small farm in good
community and good land; four to
six-room house; equipped or un unequipped.
equipped. unequipped. Som terms. Best of
references in hand. Address North
Georgian, Ocala, Fla. 15-2t

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

Why not give' useful gifts? The
GIRL a -COAT." the BOY a "SUIT."
We supply you most cheaply. See

jour line. "FISHEL'S." 12-2

Your favorite odor of perfumery
csa be had in the famous French Fla-!
cnettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

j intelligent interest can only be taken

by the large body of the citizens, the

more efficient and valuable this work

can become.

Miss Kite will speak in regard to i

the Girls' Industrial School; Dr. Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane of the school for boys at Mari Mari-anna;
anna; Mari-anna; Mrs. L. N. Green, the Marion
county jail, and Mrs. Bittinger the
work of the King's Daughters in

I Ocala.

To offset the very serious topics
which the speakers of the day will dis

cuss, Miss Byrd Wartmann has pre-i

typewriter. Good as new. Apply to
E. A. Revels, over Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. 16-3t

FOR RENT Several large, well ven

tilated and nicely furnished bed
rooms. Apply at 504 East Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Ave., phone 379. 15-6t

FOR RENT Comfortable rooms for
light housekeeping, hot and cold
water and bath: well ventilated.
Also 4-roc:u apartment, and 3-room
ennected apartr.ent. Call at Dorm-ii---
or phon? G5. 16-3t
WANTED Two joung ladies for a
high class advertising proposition.
Call Mr. Kelley at the Colonial Ho Hotel
tel Hotel today. 16-lt

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton. Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

, Any one who needs
glasses would appreciate
y -;- them for Christmas. Use-

,f.jV ful and "beneficial every

aay m tne year.
dr. "k. j. weihe.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Wakefield and Surehead cabbage,
Crysial Wax Bermuda onion, Big
Boston lettuce. C. H. Cooner, 745
Wyomma St., Phone 389. 15-tf

Ocala, Florida Phone 348

Douse BftOTnERt

pared a highly entertaining and amus-

iing musical program which will take

the form of dark faced jubilee sisters.
These "sisters," who will be costumed


in a fashion appropriate to their roles,
will sing various ; ad sundry negro
spirituals, hymns and folk songs. The
reporter had the pleasure of being

' present at the first rehearsal and can

say that the "jubilee sisters" are cer

tainly going to make you feel glad j

you're living.

j At the conclusion of the program,

'hostesses of the day, Mrs. E. A. Os-I

STRAYED One dark brown horse,

weight 900 lbs.; last seen near Mar Mar-tel.
tel. Mar-tel. Reward for his return or infor information
mation information leading to his recovery. C."
M. Livingston, Ocala House, Ocala,
Fla. 15-tf

WANTED 50 boys from 8 to .18
years of age. From $3.50 to $5 can
be madeby just walking across the
courthouse square if you buy one of
our boys' suits, for money saved is
money made. Two pair of pants
with some of these suits. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Bro.i near Federal Bakery. 8t

5WA5i THHOitOKC 'borne Mrs. J. M. Meffert Mrs. John F0R SALE Ford sedan in excellent

" " - ". 1 a T"k

mecnanicai conaiuon. rtecenuy re repainted;
painted; repainted; good tires. Price, $400.
Apply to Mrs. M. A. Horne. 14-6t

We are Going to Submit for Your Approval Some
Real Bargains in Groceries. A Christmas
Gift that You Will Appreciate if You
Will Compare These With What
You Are Paying


Edwards and Mrs. L. N. Green.


1 doz cans tall Van Camp Milk for

24 lb bag Pillsbary Flour for
1 lb can Rumford Baking Powder for
Kingans, pure Lard, in bulk'per lb
8 lb pail Sonwdrift Lard,for
8 lb pail Cottolene, for
1 package Swausdown Cake Flour for
15 oz package Currants, for
15 oz pek Seeded or Seedless Raisins
Angelus Marshmallows, 13c, or 2 for
Cheese, per lb
Maca and Spaghetti, per package
Palm Olive Soap, per cake
Large loaf Carter's Bresd, for
16 lbs Sugar, for
Brazil Nuts, guaranteed good, per lb
Almonds, per lb
1 doz cakes P. &. G.White Naptha Soap
1 dozen cans Argo Salmon, for
1 doz tall cans Pink Salmon, for



A nev auction club has been or organized
ganized organized which will meet on Friday
mornings for a few rounds of auction.
: A luncheon will be served by the hoa hoa-'tess
'tess hoa-'tess at the: conclusion of the games,
' but no prizes will be awarded. Mrs.
J. C. B. Kconce was hostess this morn morning
ing morning at her home on Oklawaha avenue,
this beinr the. second meeting of the
club. The first meeting was last Fri-

day, when Mrs. William Hocker was

hostess. The eight congenial ladies
v .... ...

wno make tne two taDies are xvirs.
Hocker, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. J.
Csmp, Mrs. T. P. Drake, Mrs. Chris Christian
tian Christian Ax, Mrs. R..L. Anderson, Mrs,
Mamie H&ll and Mrs. Koonce..

FOR RENT Partly, furnished five five-.
. five-. room cottage. Apply to D. Niel
Ferguson, Holder block. 14-3t

FOR SALFj Nice fat Christmas tur turkeys.
keys. turkeys. Address C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala. 14-6t


fume, toilet water, and satchet at the
! Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t

Full assortment of apples for your
Christmas needs. Phone 596, Ft. King
Confectionery, Mason's place. 14-6t

; I If it is for her we haven't it, but she
; can find it for him here. E. C. Jor Jor-;
; Jor-; dan&Bro. 15-8t w-

CHOICE Packed oranges and grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit f. o. b. Ocala $4 per box. Give
me your order at once. Phone 434,
L. E..Cordrey. 13-4t
THE BOOK SHOP is disylaying
some new Cut Glass, Sterling Silver
and a number of novelties just receiv received.
ed. received. 13-3t

WANTED To rent, a 5, 6 or 7-foot
counter show case. Inquire at the
Candy Kitchen, No. 2 U-Serve
Store. 10-tf

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-6t

Lady fingers, macaroons, wafers

; and cream puffs freshly baked at Car-; Z
:U WOOD Cordrey


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

Iter's Bakery..

can deliver yon 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,
city. 12-3-tf

Let's get acquainted, its to our mutual benefit.
ShoD with a basket at the


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


Building Shoes
Like. Bridges
Most shoes are just
"made" all that they are
intended for are to be mere
"foot coverings. The pres pres-srvation
srvation pres-srvation of the foot is not
taken into consideration.
(That is where the ARCH
ordinary shoes differ.
They are built on a basic
principle they have a wide
bridge reaching from the
ball of the foot to the heel,
anchored securely in place.
It is this bridge that
supports the arch gently yet
firmly it keeps it in its
normal position and pre preserves
serves preserves the foot.
" Shoes built to a principle
Not mere Foot Coverings"
"We carry all sizes and widths
from AA to D.
H. B. Masters & Co.

FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina strct. phone 389.

Ocala, Fla.


Machine office, No. 2 Fort King
Ave. Mail orders returned same day
as received. 28-tf
COOK 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 Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. 12-tf

Rnb-My-Tism.antisepiic and pain
killer for infected srrcs, Idler,
sprains, nenralsia, rliccmaUsni


You are cordially invited to coms and see the
beautiful HATS, all marked down in price for Christmas.

Santa Claus

Has also left a lot of lovely presents, consisting of
Hand-made Luncheon Bags, Bungalow Aprons, Table
Covers, Center Pieces, Baby Wardrpbss, Etc. In "fact
something for everybody. Come and get first choice

Affleck Millinery Parlor

When In Doubt

Give Plwtogrcpfio

HAT In mora appropriate Is? 4

Christmas gift? PfcctegrspSa

carrj the personal feeling XhxX 3
Teadpr-matie gift can cyct ccnrc
A dozen "pcnonalitj yoxtnZd?
luxuriously enclosed in UltmfsJ
Folder will solve at once a osssS3
perplexing gift problems.
Azrsngts fox an appointaaezs C2a




Blake's Studio



Simmons' GARAGE

i PHONOGRAPHS That old phono

graph that you have discarded,

send it in, or call us up and we will J
send our salesman to give you an

estimate on same in exchange for
one of our up-to-date Columbia or J

Pathe machines. New records al
ways on hand. Goldman. 12-tf

FURNITURE We buy, exchange and j j
sell all kinds of furniture. If you
have any odd pieces of furniture ; :
that do not match your suite, ex- j
change them for some that does
match. We take your old goods as
part payment. Goldman's. 12-tf

Everything Good To Eat





(Paper Read at a Meeting of the

Parent-Teachers Association by
'. Mrs. H. Harold)
When Miss Stevens asked me two
or three days ago if I would read an
article on education,. I said to her,
IH te delighted if youH send me
one," and she sent me one entitled
The Two Paths, but also sent word
that I could use anything else that I
preferred, so after thinking for some
time about education in general, one
point seemed to predominate, espe especially
cially especially after I read President Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's i proclamation for education
I'd like to read some or all of that
. proclamation and then you will see
the point I would like to emphasize,
so I might call this "The One Path"
instead of "The Two Paths."
You may not like my views at all,
but I want you to remember they are
given not by the Parent-Teachers'
Association, but just as one individual
sees them. If you don't like them, I
hope that you will say so. Criticism
is always good for us, even though it
is drastic and, anyway, it will open
the way to a discussion and when you
discuss things, you can hardly help
thinking about them; and that is all I
want just to get the parents think thinking
ing thinking along these lines.
This, is President Harding's procla proclamation:
mation: proclamation:
"Washington, Nov. 29. President
Harding issued a proclamation today
setting apart the week of Dec 4th to
10th as American education week,
during which citizens of the United
States are urged to assist general ef efforts
forts efforts -to reduce illiteracy and give
thought to remedying defects in the

nation's educational system. The

proclamation follows:
"'Whereas, public education is the

basis of citizenship and is of primary
importance to the welfare of the na

tion; and,
"'Whereas, more than 5,000,000
boys and girls in America are not
availing themselves of our free school
advantages and are lacking in that
youthful schooling which is so essen essential
tial essential to the making of an intelligent
citizenship; and,
" 'Whereas, the experience of the
war reveals vast elements of popula population
tion population that are illiterate, physically un unfit;
fit; unfit; unfamiliar with American ideals
and traditions; and our "future
strength and security are much de dependent
pendent dependent on their education and com commitment
mitment commitment to American ideals;
'" Therefore I, Warren G. Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, president of The United States, do
urge the governors of the various
states and territories to set apart
Dec. 4th to 10th, inclusive, 1921, as
American education week, during
"which citizens in every ; state are
urged to special and thoughtful at attention
tention attention to the needs and the aims of
the public schools. It is- particularly
recommended that efforts be address addressed
ed addressed to practical expression of commu community
nity community interest in public education. To
that end, organizations for civic ad advancement
vancement advancement and social betterment are

earnestly requested, when it
made practicable, to provide pro programs
grams programs which will inform the people
concerning the vital needs. In this
direction instruct them regarding
shortcomings and deficiencies in pres present
ent present facilities, and bring to their at attention
tention attention specific constructive methods
by which, in the respective communi communities
ties communities these deficiencies may be sup sup-:
: sup-: plied. '"' :' ;
" 'The subject of public education

has always been very close to the
American heart and to the fact that
it has been made a chief responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility of local governmental units, we
largely owe the wide diffusion of edu educational
cational educational facilities. It is believed that
a widespread and earnest effort at
observance of education week would
do much to emphasize this feeling of
immediate responsibility.

i "Therefore it is suggested that the
pulpit, press, schools "and public
gatherings be enlisted in behalf of
this special effort"
I want to go back to the third para paragraph:
graph: paragraph: "Whereas, the experience of
the war reveals vast elements of pop population
ulation population that are illiterate, physically
unfit, etc.
We have read so much and heard so
much, especially during the war,
about physical fitness, or unfitness,
that I am not at all surprised at the
president emphasizing that point.
After the war and when the draft
was closed, statistics show that in our

other. I don't remember the percent-

j age of the whole United States and

could be rtade to cover the entire
school term.' In addition, there are
always the folk and singing games
which all mean physical develop development.
ment. development. All mothers of the girls on the bas basketball
ketball basketball team know how hard the girls
are working to make money to pay
the expenses of a referee or extra
coach, and all mothers of the boys on
the football team know how anxious

the boys were to raise money enough
to pay the note at the bank which the
Rotarians were kind enough to ar arrange
range arrange for. And we all know how
much we owe to the members of the
faculty who take such an interest in
these two teams and are perfectly
willing to devote their time outside
of the school building as well as on
the inside, to make these two teams
? success in their contests with other
high schools and when we realize
what such contests mean, we will be
perfectly willing to encourage them.
They not only mean physical per perfection
fection perfection and the perfect athlete, but
also the co-ordination of brain and
brawn of mind and muscle, the de development
velopment development of good sportsmanship and
fair play, Bnd how to be a good loser
as well as a glad winner. These are
only a few of the things physical edu education
cation education brings out. Even to learn the
discipline of desire and appetite in
f.hpir traininc norinH ic o wnmloriil


I never heard the statistics in regard

to the women who enlisted or volun volunteered
teered volunteered for war work, but 25 per cent.

or one man in every four, physically
unfit, made a deep impression on me.
Our high school boys and girls ten
years from now will come under those
age conditions from 21 to 31 and
while we hope and pray there will

never be any occasion to draft them
for any such purpose again, I think it
would be wonderful if there could be
a compulsory examination every ten
years to see how much progress we
have made along the lines of physical
betterment especially when we will
remember that at that' age they are
all prospective fathers and mothers
of. the next generation the genera generation
tion generation we hope so much for.
-You have all heard the story of the
man who went to the city hall in a
large town and knocked at one of the
doors and was told to come in. The
official at the desk, without looking
up, said: "Go over in that corner and
strip." The man looked amazed, but
did as he was told. They weighed
him, and measured him, and thumped
him, and examined his eyes, ears and
teeth, took specimens of all kinds for
microscopic examination and finally
told him he might put on his clothes.
When the man had a chance to speak,

h said: "Well, if I had known I'd education. You can tell children over


have to go through all of that, I'd

never have thought of getting mar married."
ried." married." The man hsd gone in to get a
marriage license, but the officer
thought he was an applicant for a po position
sition position on the police force.
- They tell that as just a joke but I
have always thought it means a great
deal more than a joke. Most any man
is considered physically fit to be a
prospective father when physically
unfit to be a policeman, fireman, sol soldier,
dier, soldier, sailor o most any other gov government
ernment government employee and you can only
get men physically fit when you have
given them physical education at the
same time when you give them mental
But of course it is the school boys
and girls of today that we are most
vitally interested in their education
not only mentally but physically. If
they are developed mentally and
physically to the Lest of their ability,
then morally and spiritually, they will
live on a higher plane and that is
what we are working for to give
them the highest and best.
It may be we mothers will have to
be educated along these lines too, for
it is only the last few years that I
have realized what physical education
means to a young man or woman.

We have all known some time in
our lives a young man or woman who,
after four strenuous years in college
and just when their ambition seemed
about to be realized, would be com compelled
pelled compelled to drop everything for a year
or two to avoid a nervous breakdown,
or did really become a physical wreck.
Now there should be no reason for
such a thing as this to happen. Their
brains were perfectly able to acom acom-plish
plish acom-plish the task, but they failed because
they neglected to educate themselves

physically at the same time or,
rather, I should say, they were allow allowed
ed allowed to neglect the physical side while
compelled to educate the mental side.
Brains will take any amount of
strain if bodies are kept physically

fit, and that is why I think physical
training should have its proper place
in school life right from the begin beginning.
ning. beginning. We have tried to do some of this
physical education and I don't sup-

I pose I know half of what has been

done and nothing at all of wha,t the
teachers do individually, but we did
have military drill at one time com compulsory,
pulsory, compulsory, and I was very sorry when
it had to be dropped. At the Marion
County Fair last year 'the American
Legion was instrumental in putting
on a very interesting track meet, and
at Silver Springs some time before

school closed last spring, a most en

joyable field day was held, which is
all along the lines of physical educa

tion. Then of course, the Parent

Teachers' Association is responsible

for the purchase and installation of

the playground equipment which is

especially planned for the physical de

velopment of the child (even if we do

get a broken arm one in a while for
tunately that is only temporary).

So you see, we have done some

things without counting the work of

the Ocala High School Athletic As

sociation, which, of course, is quite an

important part of the Ocala high

The Weirsdale W. C. T. U. held its
regular meeting on Dec 1st. The

meeting opened with devotional exer- j

cises led by the vice president, Mrs.
Willet Boyer, in the absence of the
president. Song, "If Your Heart
Keeps Right." Reading of part of

third chapter of Proverbs. Prayer by
Mrs. Boyer. Minutes of Sept-N21st
read and approved. Treasurer's re report
port report read up until time treasurer left
for north, acting treasurer to give
balance of report at next meeting.
Moved and carried that a removal
card be sent Mrs. Rast to Leesburg
union. Dr. Swan took charge of the
meeting. Subject, Beer. She gave a
very interesting address on the good
ar.d harmful ingredients in beer and
their effect. Moved and carried that
v e continue our meetings during the
winter months at 2:30 o'clock every
two weeks. Mrs. Boyer will have
charge of the next meeting when the
subject will be "Sabbath Observance."










Loin Steak 25c

Moved and carried that secretary send
Round Steak .23c

fair state of Florida 25 per cent., or j school, as witness thereof, I need only
one out of every four men between the j point to the football and basketball
ages of 21 to 31, were pronounced t teams of which we are justly proud.

physically unfit irom some defect or do not want to underestimate the

. i value of what has been done, but I do

think a more systematic plan might
be evolved if we all co-operate or,
as the children would say, "team
work." I think the parent's efforts
toward having a paid physical direc-

tor is the first step in the right direc direc-!
! direc-! tion that begins at the beginning
: and goes right on up if I understand
correctly. In addition, we might have
football, basketball, baseball, track
work, tennis, swimming, etc, which


ar.d over again aoout their diet that

they should eat certain foods for their
values in proteins or fats or tissue
building or heat-producing properties,
and it seems to have very little effect.
But you tell them they must cut out
(excuse the-slang) tea, coffee, soft
drinks, candy anything in excess, or
they will not be allowed on the team,
and I will promise you they'll have no
trouble in controlling their appetites.
Take the boy who smokes. You tell
him it's bad for his throat and lungs,
affects his heart and stunts his
growth. Sometimes he remembers,
but more times, he doesn't. You tell
him the coach will suspend him if he
breaks training rules, and that settles
it. No more smoking. You take any
of the children and show them that
late hours with frolics and parties
will put them out of the running in
the next day's practice, and you won't
have to show them more than once. If
you can accomplish this in just one or
two months' training, think what it
would mean if they up for one
sport or another during the whole
nine months of their school term.
Why,, the remaining three months
would be a negligible quantity. When
you consider that if you put physical
education in the schools on the same

basis as the intellectual education, it
would mean not only the aspirants for
basketfall and football honors, but
that every child, boy or girl, would be
physically fit right there you have
solved the problem of the physically
unfit. Of course, it will take time and
also money, but as I said before, thru
the efforts of the parents and the
teachers the first steps in the right
direction are being taken and the
others will surely follow, just as one

step follows another all through life.
Our first business will be to educate
the general public as well as our ourselves
selves ourselves along these lines, for it will

take time and money to have a special
instructor, which is almost absolutely j

necessary tor success. 1 hat means a

higher school tax oz course, but as
mothers as well as fathers are now

allowed to vote, it means that the
mother will look first to the task of
keeping her child healthy and happy
ar.d that means "physically fit."

You all know the quotation from

Kipling that is used so often and near nearly
ly nearly always in a sarcastic way, "The
female of the species is more deadly

than the male," and we all know it is j

true. Take any animal you know and
watch how the mother will fight as

long as she is alive to prevent any
harm to her offspring and how she is
always watching an opportunity to obr

tain food and shelter for it. If this
is true in animals, how much more so
in human beings? When a woman
willingly and gladly goes down into
the valley of the shadow of death in
order that her child may live, then she
has a perfect right to demand the
highest and best for that child. What
ever we have a right to, if we go after
it altogether and kep everlastingly at
it, well certainly get it, and in my
opinion, the first thing to do is to
give them such instruction along
physical lines that will keep them
physically fit at all times.
' Now, mothers, what do you think
of the proposition? There is the pri primary,
mary, primary, the grammar and high school,
each with its different ages and prob problems,
lems, problems, and it is for us to help solve
them before next year's school term
begins, for we know that all children
need the assistance of every facility
that can be utilized in making them,
?.s President Harding requests, "phys "physically
ically "physically fit."

minutes of this meeting to the Ocala j r r-4. o
mnPr, VnU -.11 Wo ,rw, mom- I -Ktimp KGtlSt ZUC

bers present. The meeting adjourned j Chuck Roast 18c
to meet on Dec. 15. :
Margaret A. Snook, Brisket Stew. 15c
Acting Secretary.
; Rib Stew 121fec

You want proper stationery, don't
you? We have it for you. Select as assortment,
sortment, assortment, also Christmas boxes at

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t

What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show showing
ing showing this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Fur-niture
niture Fur-niture Men. 30-tf

Men's Furnishings and Hats. We
can please you. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

Mutton Leg 30c
Mutton Chops 35c
Mutton Shoulder 15c
Pork Chops 20c
Pork Ham 18c
Pork Stew 15c

Sausage Meat, "That Good Kind" 20c


Oil a i si iiree y:

Frest Meats and Groceries

Phone 103

tsnftr styy fci


1921 Is




Harrington Hall Corner


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

Guaranteed fre?h meats and prorrpt
delivery to all parts of the city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
l"K. 6-tf

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


Full line

of the famous Gilbert

Biggest line of Children's Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Books we haveever carried.
Substantial Doll Furniture.
Endless variety of Christmas Cards.
Christmas Seals.
Tinsel Cord.
Gold and Silver Ribbon.
Beautiful Wrapping Paper for
Christmas packages, in Holly and
Poinsettia Designs.

New. Goods Arriving Every Day

The Gift Shop,

Ecrrir.gtcn Hall Cornor
Ocala, Florida


! V


(Continued from Second Page)
Applied Hydraulics.
"They've skipped," I reported to
Daddy, a I climbed down from the
eartlti sacks, "and that shows us the
quality of the humanity stuff we hare
to dia! with. Ballerton will never get
thar bnnc'Ii to rnb os in the open."
That's something gained, anyway,"
ald the old man; "and ever -in, hit
helps. But it tliey ain't grin' to tjike
it standin' op, ''we got to look ont for
Injlir doin's ; the snake-in-the-grass
kind. Charley Bullerton aint soin' to
quit none o i-asy.
... Nevertheless, for an hour or more.

it Irmlixl fed If tho fnnura hail mil

In diae time the cooking fire in the lit little
tle little glade burned out. and no -?ie
came co rekindle it. Around and at. rut
the solerrn silence of the mountain
wilderness ringed us In, and it was
hard, to realize that the siege had not
been abandoned though we knew well
enough it hadn't
W put in the time as hen we could,
tinkering up our defenses and. trying
to provide for all the contingencies.
For fr& thing, Daddy found a big
auger and used it to bore loopholes at
various place.- through the wall, by
mean of which we could command the
approaches to the .haft-house on two
of the three exposed sides. Eastward Eastward-ly..
ly.. Eastward-ly.. the blacksmith shop intervened be between
tween between us and the boiler shed it was
built as a lean-to against that side of
the iKhaft-housp and in that direction
ue were necessarily blind. The fourth
side,;as I have said, faced an abrupt
cliff of the mountain, a rocky wall
rising to maybe twice the height of
tlie 'buildings and almost overhang overhanging
ing overhanging them. At Its summit this cliff
tapered off into-a steep npward sloe,
bare of timber; hence we were com comparatively
paratively comparatively secure from attack in that
As to provisioning we were not so
badly off. Daddy Iliram, well used in
his long experience as a prospector to
figuring upon the longevity r.f "grub "grubstakes,"
stakes," "grubstakes," estimated that, what with the
canned stuff, part of a sack of -flour,
and another of cornnieal. we -could live
for a week, though the cooking was
going to be rather inconvenient. For
a fire we should have to resort to the
forge in the blacksmith "shop, and the
shop was nothing but an open-cracked
shed, as J have described it, entirely
indefensible if the raiders should con conclude
clude conclude to rush it.
In the fulness of time the period of
suspense came to an end, and we were

given audible proof that Bullerton had

finally made his "dispositions." as an
army man would say. The announce announcement
ment announcement came in the form of a rifle bullet
. ripping through the roof of the shaft shaft-house
house shaft-house as if the stout Iron roofing had
been so much paper. '" "'"
".The fun's a-beginnOsY said Daddy;

ana tne woras "Were nar.Tiy out of Tils
mouth before another bullet came. thl
time from the opposite direction, and
It. also, tore through the roof.
"Gft ns surrounded. Daddy grim grimaced,
aced, grimaced, when a third shot came from still
another point of the compass; and
within the pex fifteen minute! Buller Bullerton
ton Bullerton demonstration vas made c;u c;u-;lete.
;lete. c;u-;lete. The sh ;s. hel one at a time
and. at innr:! .f a mhinte or so,
ame frnn al' three of tli-.-
sff'es of the f,:iil'!ing. and r!e time
"fa!rts twfwe-'-H the ripping crashes
m tlie rw.f : tile Crack of the ZMV.t ZMV.t-'i!(i
'i!(i ZMV.t-'i!(i us t!;ut ;;,e li.arlcsmen were all
'-el! I i .jnl j u ran-.-e of our Win
!.e -!-". .ve:i f we could liave spm.
t'nin wJueh v. ftrii!n"t.
-.-i i'. i'ert.Ci hi e. i U ::t'y given hi
uun t.rd-'rs to 'iln. at rhe roof, fur it
:: ';::.- .-: M;;;;, jl'et n"W and then
1 at '.liri.-vi she walls. After a
f t.t-.!r;Hs' r ti.-.- boi-artinient
'' ;.is'- t!v''!;. i:;;i-erioji seemed to
ii.-tve a! ?.! ie-i tbe i 1 -a that he could
- i e:t "i t'.'.r ir.-re .e,tr us out. After
ii.-. Jhst fosii'ade ti e shots catn at
inter'.'als of ;(i;iyt-e ;jve minutes; jua;
often enough to ke-;i us on the strain;
and I don't mind admitting that the
object v, as handsomely gained. can't
speak for Daddy Hiram or the dog.
but at tlie end of the first hour I was
little better than a bunch of raw
As all days must, this wearisome
first day came to an end at last, and
with the coming of dusk the .bombard .bombardment
ment .bombardment stopped with our roof looking
like a sieve.
But after darkness had settled dovr
we were made to feel in another .vsn
how acutely helpless we were. We
could see nothing. hear nth.":
Though v.e knew we were r.n.u!
the silence and solitude were unhrc':.
and the strain was greater th:r; :
of a l itched battie. lf-we were u ;;
any sleep at all, a night war ;
.,e iHaiiwaiiK'u tiy i,!ie of o ; i
time; and with our utmost vigilance
a surprise attack would be the ...
iiiing in the world for Bulb't ton t
There are no night noises in t!-e hi.,
altitudes, unless tlie wind hnnituv i
be blowing; no frogs or tree-toads. !:;
insects: and the silence was fair,
deafening and maddening."
Not wishing to strike a match to
.ermine tiie exact eml of my war
period. I stuck it out, meaning .to gi gi-Daddy
Daddy gi-Daddy good measure. So I think it
-ust have been somewhere around ten
clock when the collie woke will: a
start," jumped up, took the kinks out
ids back with a little winning yawn,
and trotted to the door tlie one open
ing toward the cabin across the dump
bead. Screwing an eye to one of Dad Daddy's
dy's Daddy's auger-bored loopholes. I tr.e.: o
fathom ihe outer darkness whicl vn
only, a decree or so less Egypihtn than
thaof theshaft-h;use inteiior.


(Continued Tomorrow)

Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.





The Lowest Prices Ever
Quoted on

Coat Stats of the quality
and character we are show
ing. Every garment strict strict-ly
ly strict-ly hand-tailored, v styles
both dressy and tailored
modes. Many of these
have far collars and fur fur-trimmed
trimmed fur-trimmed pockets the lat latest
est latest colors and in all sizes
for women and misses. The
materials are Duvet de
Lanes, Tricotines and Poi Poi-ret
ret Poi-ret Twilb.
Alterations Free


Second Floor



Mrs. Mamie Hall and Mrs. R. S.S

Hall were hostesses last night at a
large auction bridge party, honoring
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Palmer. The at attractive
tractive attractive home of Mrs. Mamie Hall,
which was opened en suite, was beau beautifully
tifully beautifully decorated for the occasion.
Christmas greens were used exclus exclusively.
ively. exclusively. The mantles and fireplaces
were banked in holly and quantities
of poinsettia3 weie effectively arrang arranged
ed arranged in vases and baskets throughout
the rooms where the tables were
Mis. Anna Holder and Mrs. J. C. B.
Koonce presided at the punch bowl,
which was placed in the reception hall
the decorations of which carried out
the holiday colors of green and red.
Poinsettia blossoms were used as the
decorations for the tally cards.
Several rounds of auction engrossed
the players for the evening and prov proved
ed proved both fascinating and entertaining.
After the scoies Lad been collected
and compared, Mrs. Parker Paintter
was found to be the fortunate winner
of the first prize, a pretty piece of
the new scented English pottery, and
Mr.. Parker Painter the winner of the
gentleman's prize, a cigarette holder
and ash tray of delicately tinted glass.
The booby prizes went to Mis. R. L.
Van Osttn and Mr. Paul Simmons,
Mrs. Osten receiving an attractive
apron of black, trimmed with gay cre cretonne
tonne cretonne and Mr. Simmons a humorously
written Lock on gtf. Mr. and Mrs.
Palmer, the honor guests, were pre presented
sented presented with a linsu luncheon set.
Refreshments wtre served, the color
motif of green aai red being cleverly
carried out. The freshments course
consisted of chicken salad, wafers
and sand-riches, cranberry ice, tea
biscuit, c.ystalized fruit and coffee.



The following statement is issued
by Collector of Internal Revenue D. T.
Gerow, district of Florida:
-Enactment of new revenue legisla legislation
tion legislation has brought to the offices of col collectors
lectors collectors of internal revenue a flood of
inquiries regarding various provis provisions
ions provisions of the revenue act of 1921 which
became effective Nov. 23, 1921, unless
otherwise provided for. To avoider avoider-ror
ror avoider-ror in the preparation of their returns
and later difficulties with the bureau
of internal revenue, taxpayers are ad advised
vised advised to carefully note the changes
and when they become effective.
The excess profits tax is repealed
ad of January 1, 1922. The rates for
1921 are unchanged.
The surtax rates for the calendar
year 1921 are unchanged, and range
from 1 per cent on the amount of net
income between $5000 and $6000 to
65 per cent on the amount of net in income
come income in excess of $1,000,000. For the
calendar year 1922 the surtax rates
range from 1 per cent on the amount
of net income between $6000 and $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 to 50 per cent on the amount by
which the net income exceeds $200,000.
The exemption allowed for a de dependent
pendent dependent is increased from $200 to
$400. Married persons living with
husband or wife and heads of families
are allowed a' personal exemption of
$2500 (instead of $200) unless the net

income is in excess of $5000, in which
case the personal exemption is only j
$2000. The act provides that in no
case shall the reduction of the person- j
al exemption from $2500 to $2000
operate to increase the tax which
would be payable if the exemption I
were $2500 by. more than the amount ;
of the net income in excess of $5000. ;
This is to overcome the disparity in j
the case of two taxpayers, one of ;
whom is just within the lower $2000
exemption and the other just within
the higher $2500 exemption. j
Single persons, and married persons :
not living with husband or- wife, are
al'.owed an exemption of $1000. Non- (
resident aliens are allowed a single
personal exemption of $1000. Persons
having gross incomes for 1921 of
$5000 or over are required to make a
return, regardless of the amount of
net income.
Provision is made for the repeal as
of January 1, 1922, of the tax on :
stockholders of a personal service
corporation as such. After that date
such corporations are to be taxed in
the same manner as other corpora corporations.
tions. corporations. The income tax on corporations for;
the calendar year 1922 and thereafter
is increased from 10 to 12 per cent.
The $2500 exempt'on heretofore al-:
lowed corporations is to be granted
only to those corporations whose net
income is $25,000 or less.
Many persons are under the impres- i
sion that the tax on ice cream, soft:

: drinks, etc., monthly returns on which

are required, have been repealed with

: the enactment of the next act. These
i taxes remain in force until the end of
the calendar year 1921.
No change is made in the tax on
admissions, except that after Jan. 1,

1922, there will be no tax where ad admission
mission admission is 10 cents or less. Effective

Jan. 1, 1922, the following taxes are.



These Seductions are for
Cash Only
Model 3 Factory Price 355.00 .$27.50
Model 6 Factory Price $75.00 $37.50
Model 7 Factory Price $1 10.00.. 1.S35.00
Model 10 Factory Price $150.00. $75.00
Actuelle H. $300.00.... ISiSO.OO



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In order to sell the C;;r Icvid of Pathe Phonographs bef r Christmas, I am 2
m lkins the following bcn-aiional reduction on them and if yju do not take ad-
vantage of this you have oniy yourself to blame. S



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These phonographs would make
excellent Christmas gifts

The Pathe will play all records perfectly

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Why Pay More"



also abolished: on musical instru instruments,
ments, instruments, sporting goods, chewing gum,
portable electric fans, thermos bottles,
fur articles, medicines and numerous
articles of appareL
On and after Jan. 1, 1922, the tax on
various works of art is reduced from
10 per cent to 5 per cent, the tax on
candy from 5 per cent to 3 per cent,
and the tax on carpets, rugs, trunks,
valises, purses, fans, etc., from 10 per
cent of sale price in excess of specified
amounts to 5 per cent of sales prices
in excess of specified amounts. The
tax on parcels post packages is elim eliminated
inated eliminated effective Jan. 1, 1922.
The new act provides that no tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer shall be subjected to unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary examinations or investigations,
and only one inspection of his books

or accounts shall be made for each
taxable year unless the taxpayer re requests
quests requests otherwise, or the commissioner
notifies the taxpayer in writing that
an additional inspection is necessary.
The period for filing returns on the
calendar yeaz basis is from Jan. 1 to
March 15, 1922. This year, as last,
the tax may be paid in full at the time
of filing the return or in four equal
installments, due on or before March
15, June 15, Sept. 15 and Dec. 15.
Copies of the revenue act may be
oad by application to this office.


j Plant now and have abundance of
j high value green feed for dairy cows,
1 Mgs, chickens, etc. For plants and
' -articualrs see P. W. Ditto. Ocala,

j One of the best values in the Ear Ear-j
j Ear-j nett stock which we bought at mas mas-I
I mas-I ter's uale, are the men's hats. These
: hats are the Young brand, well known,
land reliable. Wide range of shapes
"t and shades. Don't worry about the
I prices. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t

"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

: "EVio1i Wlclno. f 1 9 Of

We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv arriving
ing arriving daily. Free delivery, phone 696,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
place. 14-6t

Holiday Gift Suggestions-

in Sterling Silver and Ivory







If you have any society items for

"the Star, please call five-one.

night especially to attend the meet meeting'
ing' meeting' of the Masonic lodge, Mr. Dey be being
ing being the retiring worthy master of the
Ocala lodge. He returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this morning.

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rush of Mcln Mcln-"tosh,
"tosh, Mcln-"tosh, were visitors in the city today.

Mr. Geo. W. Martin, better known
-aa "Tex," is home to spend the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas vacation with his family.

Federal Fruit Cake.


Mr. W. J. McLain, an enterprising
contractor from Lakeland, was a bus business
iness business visitor; in town today.

NEW TOYS from Paris at THE
GIFT SHOP. 14-3t

Misa. Annie Rooney is expected to to-JBght
JBght to-JBght from Tallahassee, where she is
student at the Woman's College.

Full assortment of apples for your
Christmas needs. Phone 596, Ft. King
Confectionery, Mason's place. 14-6t

Mrs. Roy Ott, Misses Annie Davis,
Susie Lou and Hannay Ellis, who mo motored
tored motored to Orlando Tuesday, are expect expected
ed expected home today.

.Log Cabin candy at half price. All
kinds of home made candies fresh
daily. Quality Fruit Store, next to
Masters. 10-tf

Speaking of the recent city elec election,
tion, election, a friend of Dr. Henry says the
doctor may not be registered stock
but he grades high.

Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery Saturday, 15-2t

All our windows feature men's X X-mas
mas X-mas presents, knitted ties, silk sox,
crepe and fine madras shirts, wool
sox and belts -with the new idea
buckle. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t

Mr. J. R. Dey of the firm of Balkcom
tL Dey, of Jacksonville, was in town
yesterday. He stopped in town last

The monthly meeting of the Baptist
Missionary Society was held at the
home of Mrs. Jesse Lanier on East
Third street, December 12th. The
president, Mrs. Standley, presided at
the business meeting. The devotional

part of the meeting was conducted by
Mrs. Charles Knight. Subject, China.
Mrs. H. Floyd, Mrs. C. L. West and
Mrs. C. L. Collins gave interesting
readings and talks. Mrs. Mary Till Tillman
man Tillman and Miss Margaret Overton ren rendered
dered rendered two duets, "Joy to the World,"
and "My Father Knows," which added
much to the interest of the meeting.
There were twelve members and one
visitor present. A social half-hour
was enjoyed. The next monthly meet meeting
ing meeting will be held at the home of Mrs.

lahassee, where she
ed until Christmas.

will be


detain-1 sonating officers and sent O. H. after
ithem. Mr. Mathews soon rounded up

jhis men and brought them before
Among the contributors to the in- : Commissioner Williams, who held
dustrial school's Christmas tree fund J them in $1500 bail each to appeal be be-is
is be-is Mr. Nathan Mayo, who handed over fore the United States court. Henry
a dollar for that good purpose yester-' Bruton had made believe he was a
day. deputy marshal and Elvin that he was
' a deputy sheriff.
We have a large assortment of

; Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv arriv-,ing
,ing arriv-,ing daily. Free delivery, phone 596,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
place. 14-6t

This is a Studebaker year.
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
Men. SO-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Martin have
contributed a number of well-chosen
phonograph records for the victrola
of the industrial school. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin take great pleasure in good
music and are always glad to extend
their happiness in this art to others.

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

Mrs. Beulah M. Warner of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, grand matron of the Florida
Eastern Stars, who was to have visit visited
ed visited the local chapter on the 28th of
this month, has 'postponed her visit
until Feb. 15th. Mrs. Warner has been
chosen to act on the board for the se selection
lection selection of text books for the Florida
schools, which is now meeting in Tal-

The American Legion is selling
very handsome auto tags, tinted in the
Ocala High School colors. They are
striking and attractive. Buy one for
your car.

Pound cake, fruit cake
cake at Carter's Bakery.




The Elks have placed a noble set
of elks' antlers over the street door
to their hall and ornamented the tips
with electric light bulbs. It makes a
fine effect.

Ladies' HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

The Seaboard daily local train,
southbound from Jacksonville to Tarn,
pa, has moved its time up somewhat.
It is now due to arrive at 1:15 p. m.
and stops twenty minutes.

Christmas cards -made in Dixie,"
at Gerig's Drug Store. 5-t

Misses Caroline White, Lyndal
Mathews and Irene Tompkins, who
attend Wesleyan College, Macon, are
expected the first part of the week to
spend their holiday vacation with their

and Agnes Burford, who attend the
Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg,
Va, will probably reach Ocala Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Dec. 24th. Mr. Charles Cullen, a
student at Chapel HilL N. C, is ex expected
pected expected home for the Christmas holi holidays
days holidays Friday.

"CHERRY" Serge, the newest color
for Wool Middies, Dresses, Slipovas,

Major Butler of the Public Health
Service, now visiting Ocala to give in

struction in oral rygiene, was Dr. C. j

W. Moremen's commanding officer at ;
Camp Greenleaf during the war. Dr.
Moremen says the major made him

walk a chalk line.

at "FISHEL'S."

12-3 1

Ladies' COATS. New Stock just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles. FISHEL'S 12-3t

Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, 52.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

Miss Nellie McCreary of Jonesboro,
Teniu, sister of Miss Essie McCreary,
teacher at the industrial school, arriv arrived
ed arrived the other day to take a position at
the school. Miss McCreary is a skill skilled
ed skilled stenographer and will act as the
superintendent's office assistant and

Flaconettes perfussery put up In
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be V"ught wily at the
Court Pharmacy r'Hme 284. 16-6t

Be photographed now and be ready
for Christmas. Revel's Studio. 13-6t

A party of hunters, including
Messrs. W. W. Stripling and J. L.
Smoak of Ocala, had a very success successful
ful successful four-days' hunt in Gulf Hammock
last week, returning home Saturday.
Besides a good quantity of small game
they bagged two deer. No member of
the Star force is suffering "from eat eating
ing eating fresh game; tut "Strip" testifies
that there was game in abundance
brought in.

Bring us your job wotk.

Deputy U. S. Marshal O. IL Math Mathews
ews Mathews came up from Jacksonville the

other day on official business. Uncle Several of the students at universi

Sam had heard that Henry Bruton, ties and colleges out of the state will
alias Smith and Elvin Bruton, in the not arrive home until the latter part of
Flemington region, had been imper- next week. Misses Elizabeth Hocker

M. E. Hughes was the holder of the
lucky number that got the flashlight
at the Murphy Motor Company yesterday.

The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf

Mrs. W. H. Hopkins of New Orleans
is the guest of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins, at
their home at Fairfield.

Get your gifts in Xmas boxes. No
extra charge for these bright and
cheery boxes with ties, handkerchiefs,
sox, soft collars, boys' and girls' stock stockings
ings stockings and gloves. E. C Jordan & Bro.,
esat side of court square. 15-8t

body returned home by moonlight,
tired but happy. The B. and P. Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club is an up and doing organi organization,
zation, organization, the members taking a keen in interest
terest interest in the work and play that they
are doing.

THE GIFT SHOP has opened a
let of NEW THINGS today. 14-St

We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv arriving
ing arriving daily. Free delivery, phone 595,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
place. 146t

Mrs. J. F. Ricketson of BushnelL.
spent yesterday in the city. Mr. and
Mrs. Ricketson are former Ocala resi residents.
dents. residents. Mrs. Ricketson came especially
to find a house as they are expecting
to move back to town after Christmas.

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 30-tf

OZ books. UNCLE W1GGLY, Chat Chatterbox,
terbox, Chatterbox, BURGESS books and many
others, at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

Baked beans and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery Surday. 15-2t

Mrs. R. T. Adam3 has returned from
a pleasant visit with her father in

See the beautiful New Toys for
girls and boys direct from Paris, at

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

About twenty members of the B.
and P. Woman's Club met at the home
of Mrs. Ola Potter last evening at
7:30 o'clock. From there the jolly
party hiked to the Taylor farm about
i mile south of town on the Lake Weir
road. They found Mr. Roberson, the
manager, grinding cane, and it is un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary to say that every member
drank her fill of the saccharine fluid.
The hike proved a success and every-

Mrs. A. E. Delouest, Jier brother,
Mr. John Halligan and her sister, Miss
Margaret Halligan and Mrs. Carmen
of Renssalean, Ohio, who arrived in
Ocala about a week ago, have taken,
the John Pasteur home, where they
are comfortably located.
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
BOOK ENDS and Desk Sets in
many styles at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
A good photograph is your best
sign of prosperity. We make that
kin. Revel's Studio. 13-6t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

666 is a prescription lor Colds,
Fever and LaGrippe. It's ihe
most speedy remedy we know.

Tine Mipsll Press Safe of He Seasi
Commences Tomorrow, Saturday, Morning at
A fortunate of purchase dresses made in the latest styles of all woolTrico woolTrico-tine
tine woolTrico-tine and Poiret Twill. Each dress a distinctive style, no two dresses alike.

Sizes 16, 18, 36, 38, 40 and 42
These frocks were made to sell from
$24.50 to $37.50

:, '. i ;

l Hit J 1 7-LeJ n nil


Remember these dresses will not re

main in our store but a few days so
come early.

The manufacturer of these dresses
closed out at a great loss and we
succeeded in obtaining our allotment.



We will also include about 23 silk
dresses in this sale from our regu regular
lar regular stock that sold formerly from
$25.00 to $45.00


"The Fashion Center"

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