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WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy with perhaps light shoirera, cooler Tuesday.
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OGALA, FLOIUDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 26, 11)21
MERRY CHRISTMAS !KEt!TUCK WILL
FOR MURDERESS! BUCK ARIZONA
(TRAGEDY CAMPED Oil
SCORED THE MALE DIE AFFLICTIOH
OF THE SPECIES IMPOSED DY DEDS
SAIITA GLAUS1 TRAIL
In Spite of Dispute and Obstruction
It Look Like Original American
Plan Will Prevail 1 ?
Washington, Dec. 26. (Associated
Press). While formal negotiations
of the amis conference continued in
suspension over the Christmas holi holidays,
days, holidays, the controversy that has arisen
over the question of submarine ton tonnage
nage tonnage promised considerable activity
in" the way of informal discussions
among delegates today Sn an effort to
find an acceptable basis of settle settlement.
ment. settlement. Any material change in the
situation, however, one way or an another,
other, another, appeared to wait upon the re receipt
ceipt receipt by French delegates of a reply
to their communication referring to
Paris the American compromise pro proposal
posal proposal whereby France, Italy and
Japan would accept, the status quo
tonnage in submarines and the ninety
thousand tons allotted in the Ameri-jte
can limitation plan to Great Britain
and the United States would be reduc reduced
ed reduced to 60,000,000 each. The French re reply
ply reply is looked for before the next meet meeting
ing meeting of the full naval committee to tomorrow.
Any one and ail of those who con contributed
tributed contributed to the f and for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas troe at the industrial school
would have felt richly repaid could
they have seen the happiness the oc occasion
casion occasion brought to the girl students of
that worthy institution.
At 8 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
some friends of the -school were
gathered in its parlor to see the tree
unloaded. It was a pretty and sym symmetrical
metrical symmetrical tree as large is the room
would allow, and was most artistically
illuminated and arranged.
The ceremony began with music,
followed by prayer from Rev. C. H.
Trout, and then a selected band of
the girls, gave appropriate scenes,
recitations and songs. A number of
these young folks have a considerable
amount of talent for such entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, and it is fully brought out by
their painstaking superintendent and
teacher. Miss Kite and Miss Mc-
The little entertainment over, the
presents were distributed. They were
plentiful in number and well chosen,
and brought much joy to their young
recipients. The girls were not content
with being receivers many pretty
and useful things made by their skill skillful
ful skillful fingers were given to their teach
ers land other friends.
A social hour followed, with music j
, and conversation, and when the little r
gathering dispersed' each and every
one carried away the precious mem memory
ory memory of a perfect evening.
NOTICE, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
All newly elected Knights Templar
for the ensuing year please arrange to
be on hand Tuesday, Dec. 27th at the
Mauonic hall at 7:30 p. m. for installa installation.
tion. installation. All sir kinghts please bring
uniforms. B.-L. Adams, Recorder.
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 26. 26-2t.
NOTICE TO MASONS
All newly elected members of
"Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & ,A.
M. please arrange to be pn hand at
the Masonic hall Tuesday, Dec. 27th,
at 7:30 p. m. for installation. AH vis visiting
iting visiting brothers are cordially invited to
be present. B. L. Adams, Sec'y.
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 26. 26-2t
EGYPTIANS DAMAGE THEIR
CHANCE FOR INDEPENDENCE
Cairo, Egypt," Sunday, Dec 25. -(Associated
Press). Rioting broke
out at Suez this afternoon. Several
demonstrants were killed and a num number
ber number wounded.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OCALA CHAPTER, R. A. M
All newly elected Royal Arch Mas Masons
ons Masons please arrange to be on hand at
the Masonic hall Tuesday, Dec. 27th,
at 7:30 p. m., for installation. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting companions are cordially invited
to be present.
26-2t B. L. Adams, Sec'y.
Guaranteed iresn meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of the city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
Woman's Scarcity in Dress Blamed
On Us Poor Men by Bishop
(Associated Press) J
New York, Dec 6. Responsibility
for women's immodesty in dress was
placed squarely on man's cupidity by
Bishop Alma White, head of the pil-
of fire denomination. She told a
Brooklyn congregation that man real-
ly was the culprit behind the scenes I
ar.d that all low-necked and sleeveless
gowns, short skirts and gauzy stock-1
ings were the outgrowths of his
schemes for gain. Foe selfish and
mercenary purposes, sne declared, l
man haH forrpd wnman out half rlarl I
before the public gave to become the
object of unkind remarks and crit-
icisrns. The bared neck she called a ana inen weni lo a noiei m an auif"
tiick of the furrier and jeweler. The mobiIe lent by one of the Photograph Photograph-modern
modern Photograph-modern woman's neck and chest must ers
bared, she said, to give the com-
mercial tricksters an increased de-l
mand for their wares. The length of
her skirt, the amount of material to
be used in her gowns, whether her
should be bare or sleeves long were
rubjects Woman was never consulted
shout, she declared.
AT LAKE WEIR CLUBHOUSE
Brightness, warmth and yuletide
dieer radiated from the pretty home
Ul "".c V
evening when Eastlake residents,
numbering nearly 100, with a few
friends from Lake Weir, gathered
around a gayly decorated Christmas
tree to celebrate the approaching
"birthday of a King."
Mrs. Arthur Crevinston of Atlanta,
who with her family i3 living at
Woodmar this winter, was chairman
cf the committee of arrangements and
was ably assisted by several of the
many capable members of the club.
Mrs. Crevinston is a charming
woman, possessed not only of an at
tractive personality, but a beautiful
voice which she uses most generously
in giving pleasure to others. She is
soprano soloist in one of the promi
nent churches of Atlanta, and is a
After a half hour spent in cordial
greetings and admiring the tree,
which with its gay Christmas decora
tions towered to the ceiling, the guests Hughes & McCarty, real estate deal deal-settled
settled deal-settled themselves to enjoy the brief ers of Stanford, Ky was m the city
program. "America" was sung most Saturday, and informs the Star that
heartily by all, led by Mrs. Crevin- his firm Proposes to sell the Millwood
Rton. Miss Lillian Whistletroue-h re-
J cited a Christmas' poem and a trio,
comnosed of Mrs 'and Miss Whistle-
trough and Mrs. Shroeder sang "Holy
Night. tnousana acres, win De cui up into
An impatient jingling of bells and twenty and forty acre pieces, or sold
an imperative rap at the door herald- as a whole aa appears to the best
ed the approach of Santa Slaus, (in advantage to the present owners,
civilian life Mr. Frank Carpenter) Millwood is one of the oldest places
who burst into the room carrying his Marion county Md is ProminenUy
well-laden pack on his back, and, fol- connected with the early history of
lowed by admiring children and the Florida, as prior to and during the
gaze of no less interested grown-ups, civil war it was the scene of much ac ac-proceeded
proceeded ac-proceeded to the side of the tree, urg- tivity beinS one of the st known
ing everyone to form in line and Places in the state at that time. Mill Mill-ccme
ccme Mill-ccme forward for a present. wood was in eTl? days the prop-
No one was omitted, and the walls y of the Owen famUy. quite a
echoed with merry laughter as each number of whose descendants still live
one opened his gifts in public, and it in this section. It is located in a fer fer-was
was fer-was seen that "six-footer" received tiIe section and when all under culti culti-a
a culti-a diminutive automobile; another a vation aam no doubt PT a3
loaded cigar; others marvelous flash
lights, which when pressed released
frightful serpents, performing dolls,
etc. Tiny horns and screeching bal
loons added to the gaiety of the oc
balls that melted awav in vour mouth
and candy bags galore. Everybody
I ioined riht heartilv in makinsr the
evening- a grand success. Mrs. Crev-
inston and Mrs. Whistletrough sang
the dear old hymns we all love: "Oh,
Little Town of Bethlehem "Jot to
the World' etc., and Mr. Arnold!
Dale, a cannv Scot, for many years a
well known public entertainer, who
has recently bought six acres on the
nii TuVhwav. and is buildinff a
handsome house on the property, sang
several comic selections, and Mr.
Brooks, a most interesting octogen octogenarian
arian octogenarian from New England, who is win wintering
tering wintering at Mr. Carpenter's, sang effec effectively
tively effectively a more or less pathetic (?)
ballad, "Oh, Let It Be Soon."
The evening was the third social
Friday evening of the club, the first
and second entertainments of the sea season
son season being well attended suppers, and
was voted by those present a most
neighborly and delightful affair, ev everyone
eryone everyone being filled with the Christmas
Soar Mouthed Old Socialist Kissed
Masculine Friends Who Met Him
At the Washington Station
Washington, Dec. 26 fcugene Debs
arrived in Washington at 9 o'clock
this morning from Atlanta, having
been released by presidential commu-
tation of sentence from the federal
penitentiary there after having been
imprisoned since March 1&19, for vio-
lation of the espionage act.
ANI) THEY STOOD FOR IT
Debs was met .at statl0n h
cm oil rrmnn rvT fnonHa Hrt Ji TTIPTI SLTln
women, ana newspaper men. tie em-
braced several men kissing them re-
peateaiy. ne posea ior nis pnotograpn
One friend presented him at tne
station with a basket of fruit which
he later tendered to a newspaper man.
The reporter declined it with thanks,
Pending definite arrangement for
conferences with government officials,
Debs refused .to talk for publication.
He appeared in good spirits but con
siderably aged from the days he tour-
date for president.
WANTS HIS CITIZENSHIP
One subject thought in some quar
ters Debs would discuss with the gov-
ernment officials was his status under
the commutation of sentence, which
while releasing him from the peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary does not operate tf restore him
Debs when he came unattended and
unheralded to Washington last spring
to confer with the atterney general, is
understood to have expressed himself
as opposed to any extension of clem clemency
ency clemency other than a pardon which
would restore his full civil rights and
would in a measure amount to recog
nition o fhis contention that he had
done no wrong. This view govern
ment officials have refused to accept,
and the attitude Debs will assume in
consequence is considered likely to be
detailed in his conference with Attor-
liuith PwieiHonf Harninir
MILLWOOD FARM TO BE SOLD
Mr. W. L. McCarty, representing
Iarm on ine ie mgnway jusi norm
of Reddick at public auction on Janu-
farm' which. consists of over a
productive as it has in the past.
spirit of "peace on earth, good will to
Beautiful Eastlake seem3 to be en
joying a real ''boom," proven by the
fact that six new houses have been
erected or are in process of construe
tion and ?thers are to be built, while
several winter residents are so fasci
natea Wlin cnarm oi tne piace
tha are thmking strongly of
purchasing property and making it
their permanent winter home.
'Ihe center of the social life in theiwent into making the affair a success
little community is the club house, can never be realized except by those
aEd this year's program promises to
bp unusually interesting, with some
thinS doinS every week perhaps oft-
B. N. M.
Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive j
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men 30-tf
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 108. 6-tf
Ladies' HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Over a Hundred Present Packed the
Prison Cell of Mrs. Madeline
Los Angeles, Dec 26. Over a hun hundred
dred hundred Christmas gifts, ranging from
toilet water to a $1000 bill, were re received
ceived received yesterday at the county jail
cell occupied by Mrs. Madelynne
Obenchair, jointly indicted with Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Burch for the alleged murder of
J. Belton Kennedy.
CIVIC CHRISTMAS TREE
On Saturday evening the civic
Christmas tree which had been talked
about so much, became a glittering
reality. The tree stood in the south southwest
west southwest corner of the civic center, a
noble specimen of the giants of our
forests, perfectly formed, symmetri symmetrical
cal symmetrical in shape, a living tribute to God,
ii raised its head to the skies, from
which 1921 years ago, sang that angel
choir, "Glory to God in the highest,
and on earh peace, good will toward
Long before the appointed hour the
crowds began to gather from all cor corners'
ners' corners' of our county, to enter into the
neighborly spirit of Christmas which
once a year permeates all alike, even
the most world hardened and cynical
among us. The exchange of friendly
courtesies and the excited and admir admiring
ing admiring interest of .the hundreds of chil children
dren children made this civic gathering a
pleasure to attend.
Those in charge had forseen the
eager interest that the crowd would
take and a rope tncircled a goodly
area surrounding the tree, holding
back the people that all might see
more clearly the beauty of the tree
A musical program with all of the
well known Christmas hymns had been
arranged and under the leadership of
Mrs. Bettie Cole and her orchestra,
who were enthroned advantageously
in a White Star van, the crowd joined
in the singing. After the prelude the
orchestra struck into the strains of
the nationaranthem, and as the crowd
stood at attention suddenly what be before
fore before had been a tall, dark but stately
mass vaguely shimmering in the re reflected
flected reflected glow became a beautiful, glow glowing
ing glowing reality, a real Christmas tree,
glittering with myriads of tiny red
and green electric lights, sparkling
with countless yards of tinsel, which
glittered and scintillated in the night,
even to the topmost branch which was
crowned by a glowing star, symbolic
of the star which led the wise men of
the east to that lowly manger bed
where lay the marvel of the ages.
They say that Santa Clans is a
myth, but those who were there at the
civic tree Saturday night saw what
before they had. only heard about. He
was what we had always pictured
him, rather short of statue, heavy set,
jolly and jovial of manner, dressed in
his suit of red trimmed with white
fur. He arrived in state in his auto automobile
mobile automobile of white, escorted by Rev. J. J.
Neighbour, who thought it great fun
to be associated with such a well
known and popular character. On ar
rival he immediately made himself
known to the kiddies whose special
friend he has always been. Santa's
r Pillane at Smith fillorl nnfh wwiio
of Pillans & Smith, filled with goodies
for the children.
Santa, with the assistance" of sev several
eral several willing workers, quickly dispens dispensed
ed dispensed to the children who eagerly crowd crowded
ed crowded around the bags of candy and or oranges
anges oranges and apples.
This civic Christmas tree was the
result of hard aand untiring labor of
the civic committee of the Woman's
Club, under the direct charge of Mrs.
John Good, chairman, and Mrs. C W.
Hunter, her able assistant. The
amount of labor and hard work which
j jn charge and can only be counted by
J the resultant beauty of the tree and
ithe smoothness and dispatch with
which everything was carried out and
the pleasure of young and old alike,
but the special rapture with which it
was received by the little ones.
The weather was ideal, warm and
clear and the nieht miirht have been a
rpnlira of that nip-ht twenty centuries
ago when the shepherds watching!
their flocks on the hills of Judea,
- were suddenly dazzled by the heavenly
i light and the angelic heralds announc-
i z c v:-v .u.- :
versary we celebrate on the 25th
December and around which cling so
One of the Greatest Football Games
Of the Year at Saa
San Diego, Dec 26. Clear, crisp
weather promised to put the field at
the city stadium here in good condi condition
tion condition for today's football game be-
tween Centre College of Danville, Ky, I
and the University of Arizona. The I
recent rains naa arenched the sou but
brisk winds quickly removed soggi soggi-ness
ness soggi-ness and indications were the field
would be moderately fast.
AT GRACE CHURCH
At Grace Episcopal church yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, the festival of Christmas was
celebrated with two special services,
one at 11 o'clock and one at 7:30. The
chancel of the church was beautifully
decorated with evergreen and quanti quantities
ties quantities of poinsettias were used to bank
the pulpit and lectern. The order of
morning prayer was said with the
communion and a short address by
the rector, Rev. J. J. Neighbour. A
special musical program was beauti beautifully
fully beautifully rendered by the choir. The of offertory,
fertory, offertory, "When from the East the
Wise Men Came," sung by Mr. Lester
Lucas, is deserving of special mention.
The evening service at 7:30 o'clock
was given by the children of the Sun Sunday
day Sunday school, assisted by the choir, and
was a two-fold pageant which repre represented
sented represented the two seasons of the church's
year, Advent and Christmas. Mr.
Edwin Gernant and choir sang "The
Birthday of a King," which was beau-
tifully rendered and thoroughly ap-
predated by the congregation. J
many legends and which is celebrated
today by every nation in the world.
We are wont to picture Christmas
with a fir tree, bright with icicles and
Snrm,m Mr rfrift. f
snow, but we forget that in the coun
try where the first Christ-mass was
celebrated, Bethlehem of Jodea, was a
warm country; probably with a cli climate
mate climate similar to our own. So with
this in view may we not say that ev
erything was perfect in which to cele-
bra te the year's great feast, Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, and the civic tree on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas eve was a fitting introduction to
the happy day that followed.
Lynne, Dec 20. Ivey Wingo and
his friend, Tom Rochester of Nor Nor-cross,
cross, Nor-cross, Ga arrived Thursday at Camp
Waldena, the home of Mr. Wingo's
father, Dr. A. H. Wingo and after a
stay of one night, left for the Ever-
c 4. cv i i .
SupL Shealy of Ocala, visited the
v j v i t t? TV,
Key Pond school last Friday.
X TT ... .
v. a. axuia uss Degun tne erection
of a new residence in his grove at the
old Blodgett place
Oscar Gore of Orlando is visiting
relatives and friends at his old home.
Mrs. E. O. Powell, Mrs. W. H. Gar Gar-rettson,
rettson, Gar-rettson, Mrs. R. O. Gnann and Miss
Martha Powell were a party of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas shoppers in Ocala Monday.
The Key Pond school closed Friday
for the hclidavs and Miss Matchett.
the ter, Epend the time at her
Mrs. Capron Smith has entirely re
covered .from her recent indisposition.
B. IL Smith and family of Ocala,
visited Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Smith at Lake Eden last
Mrs. A. H. Wingo, Mrs. E. 0. Pow Powell
ell Powell and Miss Martha Powell were at
Mrs. Norman Fort's spend the day
party last Wednesday.
R. O. Gnann and family have moved
from Ocala and taken a house at
Powell's turpentine camp, to be near)
their lumber camp in the river swamp.
Freeman Smith was a business vis visitor
itor visitor in Ocala Wednesday.
C C Priest, wife and children of
Anthony, attended services at the
Grahamville Methodist church Sunday
Mrs. N. A. Fort left Saturday for
Lake City to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Reviere for two weeks.
1 Dr. E. G. Peek of Ocala was a re-
! cent visitor to friends at Conner.
W. C Henderson, Addison Hicks,
Tommie RandalL Dr. A. EL Wingo
1 and E. O. Powell were at the county
f seat attending to business last Mon-;
off Herbert Cordrey of Ocala
' Lynne Monday for a short stay.
Dire Accidents in Many Places Mar Marred
red Marred the Merriment Of
Montgomery City, ilo, Dec 2S.
Thirteen persons including seven mail
cefks were injured and a score of
passengers joked yesterday when an
, eitixui:u iS aash train. Kansas City
ci t. Louis, was derailed by a broken
raji tst of here. The engine and
"nine toacb.es. maudlin the mail and
express cars, went in the ditch. The
engineer ana trtman jumped, sus sustaining
taining sustaining minor injuries.
THE BRAKES FAILED
Louisville, Dtc 26. Miss Edna
Steller of Jefforsonville, lnd, waa
crowned last night when her automo automobile
bile automobile plunged into a gulley tilled with
thirty fett of water caused by the
Ohio river fiood waters. The brakes
on tne car failed to work.
AND THE TRAIN WENT ON
Chicago, Dec. 26. Barbara Gillian,
live years old, of St. Charles, I1L, was
kuleu ana her father and three other
persons were probably fatally injured
when an Aurora, Elgin and Chicago
electric train struck an automobile in
which they were returning from a
Christmas dinner at Maywood yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The train .tossed the car to one
side after carrying it along the tracks
a short distance.
Shady, Dec 22. Mr. J? ZL Douglas
and Mr. K. D. Douglas of Weirsdale,
uere callers here Thursday.
and rs-J- p- PPs and sons,
iir- Dexter Phillips and Brian, were
visitors here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Knoblock and
famy of Martm vlsited relative8 here
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and chd-
' holidays with relatives in Miami.
be. i i ui uiuvbaiuic iuu ac accepted
cepted accepted the pastorate of the Baptist
Ciiurch here and will preach every
lir. J. W. Barnes and Mr. Tom
Adams, Misses Pearl and Edna Dor-
and Fr,anda Barnes motor-
ed up from Orlando Sunday and visit visited
ed visited their friends in Shady. Mr. Barnes
and family have recently moved from
her to Orlando ami like their new
home very much.
The Belleview B. Y. P. U. came over
' Sunday evening and rendered a most
excellent program at our little church.
Wish they knew just how much we en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed it. The program, snappy and
well prepared, was interspersed with
special songs, a solo by' Miss Ethel
Freeman and a duet by Mrs. Strong
and the young lady leader and full
I chorus. These songs' were sung so
. . f v Jv;
'well we regretted to have anything
, . ,
else follow to break the charm. A
short song service concluded the pro program
gram program in which we were invited to
sing but gave it up after trying once.
(We're too poky). We just listened
and the listening waa better. Wish
( we were listening now. Hope we have
another opportunity soon to "sit in"
with that union they're inspiring.
The social committee of Shady union
served a light supper and hot coffee
to the visiting union and a happy so social
cial social and get-acquainted hour waa
spent by alL
The date at Anthony was changed
from December to January and this
union will put on a program at the
Anthony Baptist church the 8th of
Mr. F. W. Bishop, Miss Pearl Mc Mc-Quaig
Quaig Mc-Quaig and Lucille and F elder Lang
formed a pleasant automobile party
from Anthony Sunday, Cuming to
bring Mr. C P. Priest, professor at
Shady, who had spent the week-end at
There will be a Christmas tree all
decorated and ready for Santa Cans
at the church Saturday evening and
the little folks will sing and recite
and then other things are on the pro program
gram program and we just hope the old fellow
can find the way out here. We think
some little people have something to
We thought we had made out tSI-after-Christmas
bow last week, but
some things wont keep and Shady In
the weekly, is one of thes things some sometimes,
times, sometimes, and then again it is better to
"bide a wee." But here's the bow and
best wishes for the holidays to alL
That solid and goodnatured boy,
Alex Woods, wife and child, are here
for Christmas at Mr. Woods' old home.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1921
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Hate of England, more than love of
Ireland inspires Valera and all of his
ilk in Ireland and America.
The best thing France can do for
herself and for civilization is to take
her big army and compel Germany to
pay its debts.
' The editor of the Star had a much
better Christmas than he deserved,
' for which he thanks a. large number
of kind friends.
When the great war began, "Marse
Henry" Watterson proclaimed "to hell
with the Hohenzollerns and the Haps Haps-burgs,"
burgs," Haps-burgs," and well would it have been
for Americans if all had been imbued
by the same, sentiment.
A slight check m the wave of
crime was furnished by a colored boy
in a New York office, who butting in
on a bunch of bandits that were rob
bing his employer, shot one of them
dead He should have a medal.
Some fool with more money than
brains offers a thousand dollars for a
single good reason for making revol
vers. Any nail-way sensible man
could suggest that officers of the law
use them in fighting and controlling
criminals, but the fool wouldn't ac
cept that as a reason.
We admire the Times-Union for
putting the editorial page of its Sun
day issue in its first section, instead
of away back in a lot of auto ads. and
society siusn, gun and nun tnat a
brainy man doesn't care to read. We
hope the T.-U. will continue this
fashion and thereby save us the sin
of more or less cussing every Sunday.
With a policeman's billy doing duty
as the chairman's gavel, the Workers'
Party of America was .born in New
York Saturday and dedicated to the
overthrow of the present government
and the substitution of the "American
workers' republic." We will bet not
one of the members of the convention
ever did an honest day's work in his
or her life.
The Clare county, Ireland, council,
the constituency of Eamon de Valera,
has voted 17 to 5 in favor of the
treaty between Ireland and Great
Britain and requested de Valera to
use his influence for the maintenance
of national unity. The resolution ad
mitted that there were grave objec objections
tions objections to the treaty, but declared that
there was no rational alternative to
Harry Brown of the Lakeland Tele Telegram
gram Telegram finds fault with Benjamon of
the Ocala Star because he comments
on the Telegrams editorials without
,' reading them. "Dunder and blixems
Harry, do you expect people to read
long winded editorials with all the at attractive
tractive attractive ads. you carry? Cut 'em down
to paragraphs boy, cut 'em down.
That's about all people in this pros prosperous
perous prosperous country have time to read
during buying times and even those
are liable to get on the pantry shelves
before they are perused by all the
family. Don't mind Benjamin, he is
a privileged character. Winter Haven
If Harry Brown thinks we don't
- read Jus editorials he makes one of
the 'mistakes of his life.
The release of Debs was probably
made at the advice of the attorney
general, who is not much of a lawyer
but has a long record as a politician,
and he was probably more governed
by the idea of swinging the German
and socialist vote for the republican
party than by any of the much-vaunted
considerations of clemency." What-
ever the reason. Debs release is an what name may be given the child,
insult to every loyal American, par- that something will be bora of this
ticularly to the men and women who gathering which will mightily tend to to-f
f to-f ought, worked and sacrificed during wards the peace of the world,
the war, and Mr. Harding made a : "As to domestic affairs, the republi republi-serious
serious republi-serious mistake when he allowed it. ; can leaders in Congress seem to be
Debs did not oppose the war for any : groping in midnight darkness. They
of the high-sounding reasons he gave, j promised all sorts of things to the
He opposed it because he is a pro-1 people and thus far not one single act
German, thru and thru, in blood andjf practical statesmanship has mark-
bme, and, hates the United States
government and the people who up up-h(
h( up-h( ld it. He should have been hung.
We would like to see organized at
the first of the year a strong, active
organization for the Improvement of
Back Premises Alone- Railroad PJe-hts
A Way. We have been traveling onl
railroads for over fifty years, and we
never rede a train into a stransre town :
yet without having our aesthetic sen sensibilities
sibilities sensibilities jarred by the untidy and
often filthy appearance of back yards.
And yet it is probable, that such back
premises are exposed to the view of
more people than the same amount of
territory the world over.
Says the Ocala Star: "Even Thorn,
of the Kissimmee Vallev Gazette.
reads the Star's unclassified adver
tisements." I know a good thing
when I see it any everything that
gets by the heagle eye of Bre'r Benja
min even though it is a yearn for
laundered old rags (no sewing-room
scraps)" must be all right. But I
say, says I, darn a man whoU run ad advertising
vertising advertising on his first page. Now,
there. Kissimmee Vallev Gazette.
Darn us all you darn please, Thorn,
but if you have more advertising
than you can put on the other pages
of the paper, what are you going to
We have cast lots of bread on the
waters that never came back, but
those good copies of the Star we sent
the DeLand News are returning as
wrappers for copies of the said
News. J. H. Benjamin, in the Ocala
The editorials of the Star are al
ways read from top to bottom before
the paper finds its way to its last
span of. usefulness as a wrapper.-
The News is smarter than the pack packing
ing packing houses, for it uses even the pig's
For the last forty years there has
been much complaint that children
were losing faith in Santa Claus, but
it seems to us that more folk, old and
young, now believe in him than ever
The suggestion that a tax placed
on the sale of beer would raise suf sufficient
ficient sufficient funds to pay the soldier bonus
reminds one of the adage "Rob Peter
to pay Paul," for it wouldn't be un unlikely
likely unlikely that a good deal of that bonus
money would go for beer. DeLand
That isn't the principal objection.
That it would cost the people a great
deal more to buy the beer than to
pay the taxes is the greater argu argument.
ment. argument. And the beer would do nobody
any good, either.
CLARK'S OPINION OF
THE ARMS CONFERENCE
, "Call it a 'League of Nations,' a
Disarmament Conference,' a 'Concert
of Nations or wnat you please, I be believe
lieve believe civilized people of all the earth
would hail with gladness any scheme,
plan or agreement which meant 'peace
on earth and good men among men,'
said Hon. Frank Clark, member of
Congress from this district at the
Graham hotel last night. Mr. Clark is
much distressed over his eldest son
who has been confined to a hospital
for, the past six weeks suffering from
a severe attack of pneumonia, and is
hurrying back to Washington on that
account. However, being asked about
the disarmament conference, he ex expressed
pressed expressed himself as above stated. Con Continuing,
tinuing, Continuing, Mr. Clark said: "I question
seriously if we will ever be free of
wars among men until the human
heart shall have been entirely and
completely regenerated. Even since
the dawn of civilization men have
been envious and jealous and comba combative,
tive, combative, and while we are inclined to
boast of our advancement in civiliza civilization
tion civilization and all that I question very much
at times whether we have really learn learned
ed learned to respect the rights of the 'other
fellow,' particularly when he happens
to be weaker than we. However, ev every
ery every move along the lines of the dis disarmament
armament disarmament conference is for the better,
and in the interest of humanity and
the peace of the world. I hope it will
succeed. The plans so far outlined
simply follows the pathway blazed by
Woodrow Wilson in his proposal for
a 'League of Nations.' Mr. Harding
and his advisers would not designate
it in that way because that would be
footsteps of Wilson while desperately
not camouflage it sufficiently to de deceive
ceive deceive the American people. Repub Republican
lican Republican leaders are following in the
to give Wilson credit, but they can can-endeavoring
endeavoring can-endeavoring to make the public be believe
lieve believe they have found something en entirely
tirely entirely new. Let us hope, no matter
in j coherent, well-defined plan they
ire staggering along under a load of
campaign pledges which they can
never deliver and under which they
be ingloriously buried in the
congressional elections next year. I
am absolutely certain the democrats
111 control the next house, and the
People need expect no relief until
CHRISTMAS CAR BARGAINS
We have the following used cars in
good mechanical condition as the re re-ma
ma re-ma rkly low prices named, and at al almost
most almost your own terms:
One Chalmers, 5 passenger. .$300.00
One Overland, 5-passenger. . 250.00
One Chevrolet 490, 5-pass.... 200.00
One 1920, two unit starter, five-
passenger Maxwell .'. 300.00
One 1917 Maxwell, 5-pass 150.00
One Ford Touring, 1922 model,
six months old 400.00
One Dodge, 1917, 5-passenger. 275.00
Ask to see and ride in these cars.
CARROLL MOTORS CO.,
23-4t-dly-tw Ocala, Fla.
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Any one who needs
glasses would appreciate
jJK them for Christmas. Use-
.ScE j ful and beneficial
day in the year.
DR. K. J. WEHIE,
Optometrist and Optician
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the large
line now on display for Christmas.
Styfe Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 2-tf
Of' Of"-Of' Of
Although he could not swim. Martin J.
M.doney, New York policeman and a
clor er-eant of the Seventy-seventh
'Mvfsion in France, plunged Into tle.
r.rf at Rockaway Beach to save a
yirnn? woman with whom he had
P!i keeping company. He lost his
life, hut the girl was pulled to safety.
?T,Onny whs a member of tl: police
dpr. rrment post of the American
A promise made on Flanders field
thst he would take care of and pro pro-ter:
ter: pro-ter: the wife of a wounded "buddy"
if flie letter should fall, was fulfilled
at Manchester, N. recently when
Ad'-fn-r Letendre married Mrs.
AH.ert Thibeanlt. whose husband was
kil!fd in action. The returned Midler
and his corn-fi'"' widow met in
American i r work and their
friendship grev iaio love,
The father of S3 cbfldren. Mans
C Broner, Civil wv Tttma of
pendence, Ksjl, coM wsQ
war veteran luigjy f
Twelve of Mi sea wcili!
American army in lYasee, one
younir to fight and the remainder of
the 33 are girls who dlJ their ML.
The American Legion recently brought
the fam'ly to light, but at that ttere
Is one !ar?er in the Creek Indian na nation
tion nation of which Bruner la a citizen.
The corsage bouquet of the fashion-1
amy uituicu yonnj mmu wiv iujr
have been a flourishing tuft of rag ragweed
weed ragweed on a corner lot. Disabled service
men in Kansas City hospitals have
built up a good business of making
artificial flowers out of weeds and the
American Legion of the city Is help helping
ing helping them sell the colored posies to
florists and gift shops. War mothers
of the city have taught the men V
dye the weeds In natural colors.
Home From Sea and Wads.
Home again from the sea, Claudius
G. Pscdill. Milwaukee, Wis., national
vice commander of the American Le Legion,
gion, Legion, recently has married Miss Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Elizabeth Woliaeger of his home
city. A direct descendant of "Don't
Give Up the Ship" Lawrence of early
American naval fame Pendill him himself
self himself established a record in the United
States navy when he climbed from a
regular enlistment on May 8, 1917, to
the commission of ensign on May 1,
1918. He was a lieutenant (J. g.)
at the close of the war. The bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom Is a graduate of the University
of M'higan Jind Mrs. Pendill gradu graduated
ated graduated iroi.j Va ;sar. They will llvs in
the cias: Ic atmosphere of Boston.
The Cadillac Motor Car Company announces the
following substantially reduced prices of new
Type 61 Cadillac cars, effective January 1st, 1922
Touring Car $3,150
Phaeton ) - 3,150
Roadster - 3,100
Two Passenger Coupe 3,875
Victoria v - 3,875
Five Passenger Coupe 3,925
Sedan - 4,100
Suburban - 4,250
Limousine - 4,550
Imperial Limousine 4,600
F. O. B. DETROIT
It is our conviction that the new prices, combined with the definite ad advance
vance advance in automobile development of the new type 61. constitute the
Cadillac, in even higher measure than before, the greatest motor car
value in the world.
CADILLAC MOTOR CAR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN
Division ot General Motor Corpoiation
OCALA CADILLAC 0
aaaaaBBMakb. ataaaaab. awaa aa
Titer Lowest Prices Ever
L L A
i wr nil
Coat Salts cf the qzallty
and charaater ice art sko&
ing. Every ganrnrd strict'
ly haid-tcHored, styles
both dressy end tailored
modes. Msay or these
hate fur collars cud far far-trinsied
trinsied far-trinsied pockets tii fcf fcf--
- fcf-- est colors end in all sizes
for isozien asd trisses. The
materials ere Duvet de
Lanes, Tricodnes and Pd Pd-ret
ret Pd-ret Trills.
SALE LASTS THROUGH
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, DECEMBER 26. 132i
'CHEERY" Serge, the newest color t
for Wool Middies, .Dresses, Slipovas,
at "FISHEL'S." 12-3t i
The Book Shop and The Gift Shop
will 1e closed all day Monday, Decern-
ber 2!6th. 23-2t I
Fresh peanut end cocoanat brittle, i
t&fly, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints ;
to order. Quality Fruit Store, next I
to Masters. 7-tf
A varied line of parlor seta 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 j
OCALA COMMANDERY. K. T.
Notice all Knights Templar: Christ Christmas
mas Christmas observance at the Masonic hall
Sunday, Dec. 25th, at 11:45 a. m.
By order of the grand commander.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
39x3 Hon Skid $8.00
30x3 1-2 Ncn Skid $10.09
We Specialize On
FORD AND CHEVROLET
JAS. ENGESSER, Prop Prop-Day
Day Prop-Day Phone 258. Night Phone 533
that one word
whole story j
STORAGE 'BATTERY v
Guaranteed 1 Years
; Blalock Bros
s A. E GERIG
TMQTTD K XTtfIT
C V Roberts Barney Spencer g
Phone 305 Phone 431 i
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the, money than any other
contractor in the city. r
Day Phone 47. Night I'hone 515
GEORGE MaeKAY & CO
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton,- Mgr.
Ocala, t Fla. .;::V
In the Circuit Court nf the Fifth Jn
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and j
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Peter Russell DuBoise. Complainant, ;
; tts. Lillian Hope Mapp DuBoise.
Order for Constructive Service, i
It is ordered that the defendoit
herein named, to-wit: Lillian Hope
Mapp DuBoise, be and is hereby re required
quired required to appear to the bill of con con-plaint
plaint con-plaint filed m this cause on or before
Monday, the 2nd day of January, 1922.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 25th day of November, 19215
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Cerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By R. K. Batts, D. C.
II. M. Hampton,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-28-mon
The .Girl a'
Angels, Desert and Urban.
Our stop-over In Angels, Friend
Beasley's and mine, was of the short shortest.
est. shortest. Our business with Father Wil William
liam William Dubbin was the merest travesty
upon a trial at law. and was speedily
Since there would be no passenger
train until afternoon, Beasley and i
resumed our places in the freight's
caboose, and In due time were set
down In Brewster, the breezy little
metropolis of Tlinanyoni Park.
Here my 'captor and friend ap appeared
peared appeared to, be very much at home. He
took me to the best hotel, where he
was greeted with affectionate cama cama-raaerie
raaerie cama-raaerie by a clerk who wore a dia diamond
mond diamond big enough to serve for a loco locomotive
motive locomotive headlight, shook hands with,
and introduced me to, a number of
gentlemen in the lobby, and presently
gave me orders to go up to our rooms
and "take a wash," preparatory to
meeting a certain friend of 1 his at
luncheon ; the meeting contingent upon
his being able to "round up" the friend
in time for the feast.
It still wanted a half -hour of the
appointed luncheon time when I de descended
scended descended to the lobby. A little before
one o'clock Beasley came In with a
middle-aged man who looked as If he
might have been the retired manager
of a Wild West show ; not long-haired,
or anything like that, but with the
cool eye and bronzed, weather-beaten
face of one who lived under house
roofs only when circumstances forced
him to. A moment later 1 was shak shaking
ing shaking hands with Mr. William Starbuck,
mine owner, ranchman, a director In
the Brewster National bank, president
of the Brewster Commercial club and
the prime mover In a lot of other civic
activities too numerous to mention.
1 may pass lightly over the events
of the three days following; days In
which Mr. William Starbuck, who
seemed to be known to all the old old-timers
timers old-timers in Brewster as "Billy," and to
the younger generation as "Uncle Bil Billy,"
ly," Billy," labored untiringly in my behalf;
procured me the necessary working
credit at the Brewster National,
helped me In the telegraphic ordering
of new machinery, helped Beasley to
rustle up a small army of mechanics
to go ahead of us to the Cinnabar,
and last, but not least, made my peace
with the railroad company in the mat matter
ter matter of the stolen and smashed Inspec Inspection
tion Inspection car; this being a thing. which he
was easily able to do because he was
the brother-in-law, once removed, of
the railroad company's vice president
and general manager.
On our last day in Brewster, and as
a parting favor, I asked Starbuck how
I should proceed In regard to quash quashing
ing quashing the indictment against Bullerton,
and when I did so, he gave me a
shrewd look out of the cool gray eyes,
with a gentle uplifting of the shaggy
brows. "If you are determined t let
Bullerton go, all you have to do la to
do nothing. If you don't appear In
Copah to prosecute him and his would would-be.
be. would-be. mine jumpers, the case against
them will be dismissed, as a matter of
course. But really, you know, you
ought to make an example of them."
"In the circumstances, I can't," I
returned, so we let it go at that; and
an hour later Beasley and I were on
our way hack to Atropla and Cinna Cinnabar
bar Cinnabar mountain.
Cousin Percy Wires.
It was on the evening of the fourth
day's absence that Beasley, and I left
the train at Atropia and took the
mountain trail In reverse for a return
, to the high bench on Old Cinnabar,
Beasley riding a borrowed horse, and
I the calico pony, which Daddy Hiram
had sent down to the station by one of
the newly Imported workmen.
Just as we were leaving the rail railroad
road railroad station Buddy Fuller, the opera operator,
tor, operator, ran out to hand me a telegram.
SJlnce it was too dark to see to read it
and I supposed, naturally, that it was
nothing more important than a bid
from some machinery firm anxious to
supply our needs, I thought it might
wait, stuck It into my pocket and
promptly forgot it.
Our talk, as we rode together up the
now familiar trail, was chiefly of busi business;
ness; business; the business of reopening the
mine ;. and it was not until we were
nearing our destination that the ex ex-marshal
marshal ex-marshal said :
"Still stickln in your craw that you
ain't a-goin to pop the whip at Charley
"It Is." I answered.
"Well, now, why not?"
"Principally because I have promised
somebody that I wouldn't prosecute."
"Not Hi Twombly ; he'd never ast
you to do anything like that."
"No; not Daddy Hiram.-
He didn't press the matter any
further, and we rode on in silence. As
we approached the neighborhood of
the mine, evidences of .tfcu tfortiinuttUus
activities! tegan to manifest them themselves.
selves. themselves. Daddy Hiram met us at the door of
his newly repaired csbin. across the
dump head and insisted upon taking
care of the horses. Beasley and I
washed up at the outdoor, bench-and-bastn
lavatory; and when we went in,
Jeanle had supper ready for us.
She didn't sit at table with us
from which I argued that she and her
father had already eaten and I
thought she purposely avoided me;
avoided meeting my eye, at least. I
didn't wonder at it. Her position, as
I had It figured out, was rather awk awkwardly
wardly awkwardly anomalous. By this time, I
had fully convinced myself that she
was In love with Bullerton, and was
probably engaged to be married to
him; and that it was only her native
honesty that had driven her to take
sides against him In the struggle for
the Clnnsbar, prompting her to do the
one thing which had knocked his ne nefarious
farious nefarious scheme on the head! namely,
the recording of my deed.
Knowing nothing but hard work.
Daddy Hiram was running the deep deep-well
well deep-well pumps himself, or rather, taking
the night shift on them ; and about ten
o'clock, just as I had made up my mind
to go to bed and let the repairing ac activities
tivities activities take care of themselves, I saw
Jeanle going over to the boiler shed
with a pot of freshly made coffee for
her father. Here was my chance, I
"Let's Have It Out Jeanie" I Said.
thought ; bo I waited and cornered her
as she came back.
"Let's have It out, Jeanie," I said;
which, I confess, was a sort of brutal
way to begin' on the woman I loved,
and yet the only way If I was to go on
remembering that she belonged to an another
other another man. "We can at least be good
friends, can't we?"
"No," she returned, with a queer lit little
tle little twist of her pretty lips and a flash
of the blue eyes, "I'm afraid we can't
even be that or those any more, Mr.
It was awkward for both of us,
standing there before the open cabin
door, and I pointed to the bench where
Daddy Hiram was wont to smoke his
evening pipe in good weather.
"Won't you sit down until we can
sort of flail it out?" I begged.
"It's no use, whatever," she object objected;
ed; objected; nevertheless, she did sit down and
let me sit beside her.
"I know Just how distressed you
must be," I began, "and perhaps I can
lift a bit of the load from your shoul shoulders.
ders. shoulders. There will be no legal steps
taken against your against Charles
"Thank you," she said ; Just as short
"And that Isn't all," I went on. "Aft "After
er "After we get into the ore and have some
real money to show for It, I'm going
to make over a share In the Cinnabar
to your father and put him in a posi position
tion position to do the right thing by you when
you marry. And he'll do it ; you know
"How kind!" she murmured, look looking
ing looking straight out In front of her.
It Isn't kindness; Its bare Justice.
Between yon, you two have saved my
legacy for me."
"I wish, now, it hadn't been saved I"
she exclaimed, as vindictively as you
Truly, 1 thought, the ways of women
are past finding out; or at least the
way of a maid with a man Is.
"Cant I say an? thing at all without
putting my foot Into it?" I asked In
despair. "You break a man's back
with a load of obligation one day, and
toss him lightly out of your young life
the next I haven't done anything to
earn your to earn the back of your
hand, Jeanle: or If I have. I don't
know what It is."
"Tou have ct; .mitted the unpardon unpardonable
able unpardonable sin," she acc-used coolly. "I don't
wonder that Miss. Randle took your
I wasn't going to !et the talk shift
to Llsette: not If I kiu-w it. and.conld
Beautiful DOLLS. We have really
beautiful sleeping dolls. FISHELS. 3t
Candles for the holidays either for
home or Christmas tree decorations.
Variety of colors and prices. The
Court Pharmiicy. Phone 284. 17-6t
The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Ntmnalhs," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Notlcs is hereby 1ven that the city
of Ocal.i iby an ordinance approved No November
vember November Cth. 1921, requires that the fol following
lowing following named as owners of the real
estate described below, situated In atd
city. Marion county. Florida, make the
improvements hereinafter specified in
front of aud abutting that part of said
real estate abutting that part of said
after named, to-wit:
iirs. Flora Brown, as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 162 feet north of southeast
earner of lot 1 of Reardtm's Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town lots, thence east 132 feet to Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla street, north 43 feet, west 132
feet, south 43 feet, to p o b. And
also commencing 249 feet north of
southeast corner of lot 1 Reardon's
Middletown Lots, thence east 132 feet
to Tuscawilla street, north 102 feet,
west 132 feet, south 102 feet to p o to.
is required to construct curb as afore aforesaid
said aforesaid on Tuscawilla street.
Helen P. Sasser as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 4a V feet south of southwest
intersection of Adams and Tuscawilla
streets, thence south 65 feet, west 110
feet, nortlj 6i feet, east 110 feet, is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
on Tuscawilla street.
Mrs. Fannie Cole as owner of the e
of fractional block 61, Old Survey of
Ocala. excepting 92 feet east and west
on east end, is required to construct
curb as aforesaid on Main street.
J. I. Taylor as owner of: In lot 1 of
Seymour's sub of southwest triangular
portion of lot 2 of block. T, Allred's
addition to Ocala west of the right of
way of the A. C. L. R. R.. Is required to
construct curb as aforesaid on north
Magnolia street. t
Sallie I. Chambliss, as owner of lot 2
Seymour's sub of the southwest tri triangular
angular triangular portio nof lot 2, block Y All All-red's
red's All-red's addition to Ocala; also lot 13 sub
of lot 1, 'block K, Allred's addition to
Ocala, is required to construct curb as
aforesaid on North Magnolia 6 tree t.
S. M. Frazier, as owner of: South
one-third of lot 3, block Y Allred's ad addition
dition addition to Ocala. is required to construct
curb as aforesaid, on North Magnolia
Josie E. Randall, as owner of north
half of south 'half of southwest quarter
of block J Allreds' addition to Ocala,
is required to construct curb as afore aforesaid
said aforesaid on North Magnolia street.
A. II. Heineman, as owner, of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing at the northwest corner of
block 19 Allred's addition to Ocala,
south -52 feet, east 105 feet, north
52 feet, west 105 feet to p o b, is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
Herman Benjamin. as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 89 feet north of the southwest
corner of section 8, township 15 south,
range 22 east, thence north 285 feet,
east 420 feet, south 285 feet, thence
west 420 feet to p o b, is required to
construct curb as aforesaid on North
C. Carmichael as owner of: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing 29 feet north of the southwest
corner of section 8, township la south,
range 22 eat, thence north 60 feet,
thence east1 210 feet, thence south 60
feet, thence west 210 feet to p o b. is
required to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
I A. Gable, as owner of lot 1 sub of
lot 21. Caldwell's addition to Ocala, is
required to construct sidewalk and
curb as aforesaid on Sanchez street.
C. Carmichael as owner of: 90 feet
east and west by 133 feet north and
south in northeast corner of lot 26 of
Caldwell's addition to Ocala, is requir required
ed required to construct sidewalk and curb as
aforesaid on Sanchez street.
Hans Peterson as owner of: Lots 7
and 8 of block 2 of Florida Central
Land Company's sub of blocks 3 and 4.
Allred's addition to Ocala, in section 8,
township 15 south, range 22 east, is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
J. S. Grantham, as owner of lot 12
of iblock 2, Florida Central Land Com Company's
pany's Company's sub of blocks 3 and 4, Allred's
addition to Ocala, is required to con construct
struct construct curb as aforesaid on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street.
V. H. Mullen, ,aa owner of lot 5 of
block 1. sub of lots 1, 2 and 3 of block
Q, Allred's addition to Ocala, is requir required
ed required to construct curb as aforesaid on
North Magnolia street.
W. J. Frink, as owner of block 18,
Allred's addition to Ocala. is required
to construct curb as aforesaid on North
Said sidewalks to be five feet in
width, the base to be four inches thick
on .Main street, on all other streets
three inches thick, and to be one part
Portland cement, three parts Lake
Weir sand, five parts crushed stone;
wearing surface to be applied before
base is dry and to be one inch thick
and to be of one part Portland cement,
two parts Lake Weir sand. Curbs to
be five inches thick and at least one
toot deep and to be one part Portland
cement, two parts Lake Weir sand and
four parts crushed etone. Grades to be
furnished by city on request. The con construction
struction construction of said improvements to be
commenced by March 10th, 1922, and if
said improvements are not commenced
by said date 'by said owners, the same
will be done by the city of Ocala and
assessment certificates issued therefor.
This the 10th day of December, A, D.
1921. H. C. S1STRUNK.
12-12-5t-Mon City Clerk.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
GINGHAMS! It wouldn't look like
there was a shortage on Ginghams to
see our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
"vVliat is tlie urpardnnnhl? sin?" I
To misunderstand : to think a per person
son person capable of n tiling wl a person
is not; to just take It Tor irrarited
that persn-i is iiilty oh" with a
little stamp of !.er foot "I can't bear
to talk about it!"
I piess it's a part of a man's equip equipment
ment equipment to be dynse s:nd port of stupid
in his dealings with women. 1 mean.
Slowly, so s'owly that I thonaht the
catch would iwer snap and hold, tny
fool mind crept lack along the line,
searching bl'ndly for the point at
which all this fiery indignation toward
me had hpp'r. : ha''- and ctHI h-'ck to
that mnraen! of our deliverai.ee
Dad'iy's and n in rt the shatli n
door, with ih! 'VS;r g;r! umwi.tln(r her
aim fnpi h-1 ': t"5 neck, ard -I 'i
me say'nsr. "I'm i t 'urn. eihf-r. WV-
' r or
W. K. Lane. M. D-, pnysician and j
urgeon. specialist eye. ear. nme and
throat. Office orr 5 and 10 cent wtort,
Ocala. Fla. Adv-tf
Men's Furnishings and Hats. We
can please you. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat j
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary..'
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf J
You're So Good, Santa Dear j
HICKORY. OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Farmers Exchange Store
Sugar Cane Syrup, 1 1
pint bottles AXC
Tall Pink Salmon IP
per can JLOC
- one package OC
two packages JLOC
three packages dZtKJC
OCTAGON SOAP. O
one cake OC
OCTAGON SOAP, 1 (-
two cakes.. IOC
OCTAGON SOAP, O-i
three cakes iJ.C
OCTAGON SOAP, Ofi
twelve cakes OUC
P. & G. SOAP, o
one cake OC
P. & G. SOAP, ir
two cakes JLOC
P. & G. SOAP, ni
three cakes. I i5i A C
P. & G. SOAP, flflr
twelve cakes OvC
ARGO SALMON Qflf
per can OUC
Campbell's Soup, 1 Op
one can JL4C
four cans xOC
A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED. We so solicit
licit solicit your patronage
Tablets To Clear
Build Firm "Stay-There" Flesh Increase Energy.
If jmt waas to qsieldjr eleaa row skin
&m ea roar taMa, b.areeee your nerve
4er. eteapfar try taJdx wo
wtt Mk woml aae w
Mil sad frteb torn
TifaUU eoateia MUjiODentr MUjiODentr-ted
ted MUjiODentr-ted yeeet vtteraht mm well m
the two ether H2 aeere tmper tmper-teat
teat tmper-teat viftileei QTa eoluble A
iei We-ler eolohle Q sod are
0V bees seed by tfcotuaade.
TW pea&veir wiS
ttoaer o the whete ni an Fm-
piiM. bofia W elda eruptions
ease to vea like aW. She
aipleyfea beeoaMa fresh aad
Lev. the cheeks skrw with raddy
see.Vh. C flesh become
She eyes Wight, Maetia'a VTT.
UOS Tshksi sta poei
aseTsnteed to yrve you aew
seelth. energy saa esmbttioo sad
isnaors year sgyesrsaoe. Do
aet seeept tmlteVtons or mhrti-
faeas. Yea eaa get
I If Iff CO
eatoegy, an gree aid
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
We have on hand two seven-passenger
'cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
COTTON SEED MEAL.
COTTON SEED HULLS,
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.
tad eoca plexion. pot tome firm heeitby
forot sad power and look aad feel ICQ
Hastfa'i tiby yeni VXXAAION TtUets
Of dot iua ar in fttMm wtaa mm gy,
MtU afclj. imkbr k. mmkmm aWea.
Uakfas- tmmt Ltt
Art Posllhrely Gozranteed
to Pet Oa Finn FktH,
Clear thm Skin and Increase
Energy When TakesWiih
Evxry Meal or Money Back
OCALA EVENING STAR, MOKDAY, DECEMBER 2S, U21
Let Us Furnish
i Spong Cakes
.Makers of the
Ifcat Incresses in Value
One of those Ujrge lots on
FORT KING AVE.
Fronts qn"Ft. -King arid'
Own our horn o
When you pay rent you
have kissed your
money good iye
See L K. 'MURRAY :
118 Fort King Avenue
A P A R TM EN'T
Bed Room Kitchen
Living ftoom Dining Room
Arrival end depart are of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
1 he following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIH LINE RAILROAD
2 :20 ara Jacksonville-N'York 2 :10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 um
...50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 .xa
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsviile 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Fetsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pm
v7;10am "Dunneiior Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon Lkeiand 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Hcmosassa 1:25 tm
10:15 piu Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 air air-Monday,
Monday, air-Monday, Wu-inesday, -Friday.
xTuMiav. Thuriav. Satu-ds.'.
"I would walk all around town to
trade at your store, you always seem
sc pleasant' said a lady when trad trading
ing trading at "FiSHEL'S," the store of
"Friendly Wishes.' 12-3t
Smoke Don Rey. That gooj cigar.
Why not give useful gifts? The
GIRL a "COAT," the BOY a "SUIT."
We supply you most cheaply. See
our line. "FISHEL'S." 12-3t
OCALA DGCUBREf EFS
If you have any society items
Star, please call fme-one.
Mr. Bert Bedding of Jacksonville,
spent Lnnstmas day m ucala with his
mother. Mrs. E. J. Redding.
.Air. F. E. Wetherbee is here
L' 2sburg, to spend Christmas
b; wife -and daughter.
Mr. Charles Simpson visited his
relatives at Gainesville on Christmas
Mr. &am,Hickle of Jacksonville, ar
rived in town Saturday and is spend spending
ing spending Christmas with his parents.
At his office in the courthouse yes
terday afternoon, Judge Futch piloted
W. H. Lanier of Cuthbert, Ga., and
Hiss Maude Perry cf Summerfield
into the safe harbor cf matrimony.
LOST Mesh bag at the Methodist
church. Left on seat. Please- return
to S. Hickle. 26-3t
Mr. John Batts of Miami, spent
Christmas with his parents and
brother, Mr. George Batts, and family.
Mr. Virgil Bryant of Aiken, S. C,
arrived last night to join 'Irs. Bryant,
who came a few days ago to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
ard Mrs. Henry Livingston.
Save Your Feet
Trouble waits for no one,
especially foot trouble. It
and remains a long time.
Guard against foot troubles
NOW, then you are ispared
long years of suffering and
' SHOES are built with one
specific purpose in mind
to save feet. And the saved
foot means a comfortable
foot. This shoe protects
the foot where protection is
needed from beneath.
Its broad, long, built-in
bridge gently yet firmly
supports the arch, evenly
distributes the weight and
enables the wearer to walk
with an erect, graceful car carriage.
riage. carriage. We carry all sizes and widths
from AA to D. v
H. B. Masters '& Co.
THE REX INGRAM
- Screen Product! of
Of the APOCAMPSB
Adapted by Joae Maifcto
Photographed by Joba F- Sdta
MOKDAY, DEC. 26
Matinee, 3:00 Night, 8:00
PRICES, 50c 75c $1.00
L. T. Izlar, "The Insurance
is spending the holidays with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar,
Miss Edna Sipple left Saturday to
s:, -nd Christmas at her home in Safe Safely
ly Safely Harbor. She .will return tomorrow.
ADAMS IS AGENT
His numerous friends .will be glad
to learn that B. L. Adams, for some
years night manager of the union
station, ; is now general agent with
daylight hours. Mr. Adams is one cf
our best citizens as well as one of our
most efficient railroad men.
Mrs. Florence George is here from
Clearwater, for a Christmas visit to
her Marion and Levy county friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh left
Saturday to spend Christmas with
friends in Tampa.
TJh'.-. is a Studebaker year.
Miss Frances Mclver arrived home
from school in North Carolina this
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marsh and
their pretty baby daughter are here
for a visit to Mr. Marsh's mother,
Mrs. Robert Marsh.
Millwood Farm at Reddick will be
sold at auction on January 18th by
Hughes & McCarty, without reserve,
by-bid or limit, j 26-3t
Hughes & McCarty will sell the
Millwood farm at Reddick in blocks
of twenty and forty acres at auction
on January 18th. There will be no
! reserve, by-bid or limit.
M: s. B. F. Condon and daughters,
Ruby and Rose, spent Christmas day
with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Connor and
family at Inverness.
Those looking for a small farm in
the most fertile part of Marion coun county
ty county will have the opportunity to pur purchase
chase purchase one when the Millwood Farm at
Re;'dick is auctioned off on January
18th bjHughes & McCarty. It will
bo offered in twepty and forty acre
tractsand there will be no by-bidding
or limit. 26-3t
There's no extra cr.arge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning yoar fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 153. tf
Miss Lucile Dickson of Mcintosh,
who attends school in Gainesville, is
spending the holiday vacation with
her parents and friends.
Mr. J. B. Horrell is the new audi auditor
tor auditor cf the Oklawaha Valley railroad.
Mr. Horrell.. his wife and baby are
visiting Mrs. Horrell's mother, Mrs.
Federal Fruit Cake.
"Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
it) gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Mr. James Chace of Jacksonville,
who spent Christmas in Ocala with
his two sons. Dr. Ed Chace and Dr.
Henry Chace, and their families,. will
return home tonight.
A good bargain is to get what you
want when you want it at a reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains when it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf
Federal Fruit Cake.
Ladies' COATS. New Stock just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles. FISHEL'S 12-3t
Mr. Donald Schreiber of Youngs
town, Ohio, arrived yesterday to
Tend Christmas with his wife and
little daughter at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. G. K. Robinson.
Federal Fruit Cake.
SrrcAe Don Rey. That good cigar.
What would make a more suitable
holiday irift to the wife than one or
more cf the pretty rugs we are show
irg this season? The reasonable
. rices will .-'lrprise you. Call and
f-ee them. Theus Brothers, The Fur
n ture Men. 30-tf
The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. G. W. Wood and
Miss Pearl McOuaig, a young couple
of Anthony, who picked out Santa
Clans for their best man.
Misses Catherine and Henrietta,:
Livingston are home for Christmas, i :
Both are pretty school teachers, the
former at Sarasota,-the latter at;:
Hicks Grove, S. C. Miss Delia Liv-'i
insrton, student at Brenau, will spend
Christmas with her aunt in Atlanta.
This is a Studebaker year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Felts are the
happy parents of a fine Christmas
present, a nine-pound boy, born Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night at ten o'clock. This is
their second child and the young man
has been named Roy Vernon.
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
EAT AT THE MAXLSE
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE;
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phne 151. U
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Woods and baby
of Orlando, arrived yesterday to
spend Christmas with Mr. Woods
parents. Charlie j who is now with
the Orlando Sentinel, called on his
friends at the Star office this morning.
Plant now and have abundance of
h:fh value green feed for dairy cows,
ig, chickens, etc. For plants and
articualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
We have had phenomenal success
on the wearing qualities of our
"SHOES." We sell you to sell again.
Mr. S. L. Borland and daughter,
Louise, of Pittsburg, mother and sis sister
ter sister of Mrsi H. L. Borland and Mrs. F,
P. Marmack and daughter, Jane of
Atlanta, sister and niece of Mrs. Bor Borland,
land, Borland, are the holiday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Borland of this city.
This is a Studebaker year.
Choice live poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 108, Main
Street Market. 6-tf
Courage, fellow citizens. When the
new council comes in those loose
brick will be cleared off the public
square. Both Mannie Martin and
Doc Henry say they can't afford to
leave those brick lying around so
handy for their critics.
Miss Lois Dickson, who has been
away since October on the east coast,
teaching piano, returned last week to
s? end the holidays with her parents,
Mr. end Mrs. H. L. Dickson at their
home at Mcintosh.
Master Doyle Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Charles Smith, one of the
smart Times-Union carrier boys, pain painfully
fully painfully cut his foot with an axe yester
day morning. We are sorry to say
that Dayle will probably be laid up j
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers are
enjoying a Christmas visit from their
youngest son, Mr. Paul Weathers of
New York city. They also have as
their guests their son, Mr. Benjamin
Weathers and Mrs. Weathers, of
Jacksonville, and their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Ford
of i Jacksonville.
Toys I Used
y (THIN 11. e 8hoiiititf center her
And ..ati-h the throngs of worn-
Wiio pay and pay aud pay.
ViUe-eyci. look about, but oh!
V here art: loys 1 sed to know?
Swift an acrobat goea by.
To boy hoed s marvtHne,
And f-cii:aitd eys rove high
io watch the wender thing.
Hut, heart of rJiu! across my aierht
There floats a l.ttle homemade kite.
hly toy Jmanda a 'lectric train.
VJ.h ftfly fet,of trtck.
I-: 3 n;-r:i sp:rlt sVrsis the plain
And brco!-8 no holdirg back.
" Ci;rh-t:r.A3 wfc4n I uae-l to blew
My key-woutid fi.'ty-cent express I
;.'v II ."tie Kirl I must amuse.
And to I buy at View
a i -t "'e-ch hlch-heeled shoe
And s l'-."! stockings too!
Tet lot a lyton from above
, v i- r .1' it. u; -iigs and love!
O ;?oa-. dead duys hat brought to mo
;t- er-rl'est tlrst of speed,
Wl.tc Santa placed beneath the tree
Vy f5r.?t velocipede!
Yet my son tells the Christmas Csar
Me' pot to have a motorcar.
O tree. Ion? sine decayed and dead.
V:-iai joy.- you held apart!
Ge! hovr those mfttens, thick and red.
V'armed loth my hands and heart!
Uut novr my wife I have to buy
A pilr ef s-jto gauntlets high.
where the incandescent gteaA
ArVd the costly shor.
reem to see. as In a dream.
The penny candles glow.
Tree of nr.y youth! my heart, grown new,
AKnin h'tnes on a branch of you I
-Jo" n CVKeefe. in New Tork World.
Ceo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH- GRADE PAINT
FOR SALE OR TO RENT
I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. M. WILSON, Ocala, Florida
ROGERS-WILSON REALTY CO.
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Merry Christmas end a Happy Nea Year
Everything for the Christmas Dinner
MEATS and GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
v- PHONE 71
WHITE STAIHJ LIWS
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobile. Etc
v; PACK, SHIP
LOST Bunch of beys around post-
office building. Finder please return
to Star office or call 265 and re receive
ceive receive reward. 26-3t
WITH ALLEN Bath Outfit ladies
take shower bath without wetting
hair; they have .private shampoo
without spraying collar; with the
Allen outfit the children's bath is
just fun for mother and children
The more babies the more fun. 6t
FOR BENT Complete upper flooz
arranged for housekeeping, or one
o rtwo rooms u destreo; ts&ui, noi
and cold water, etc; near town.
Apply at 403 Fort King Ave. 22-t
JUDGE Of the merit of an article
when 55 out of 60 persons visited
order it- They all wanted Allan's
-Portable Bath Outfit. Agent's outfit
displayed in store secures at once
ten orders without solicitation. An
agent sending in orders says thir thirteen
teen thirteen of these are for doctors and
four for preachers. 23-t
r'OR SALJI Ford worm drive truck
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
FOR RENT Three nice room for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply to Mrs. Martha
Williams, 212 Orange avenue, or
phone 23. 12-19-tf
EUSY PEOPLE You can have a
perfectly clean water bath in five
minutes a cleansing, friction, mas mas-&a?e
&a?e mas-&a?e and shower bath. What a
boon for every one on a dirty job!
Your bath tub equipped with the
Allen bath facilities for alfew dol dollars.
lars. dollars. The Portable Bath Outfit is
' especially for country people. 23-Ct
FIRE Jp f's
PROOF I wfi
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
'N the ht:irt of the city, with
lenunin" Paik for a front
yard. Kvery modern cnven cnven-ience
ience cnven-ience in each room. Dining
room sei vice is second to none.
K OH MKT M. MhYKK.
J. K. KAVANAUGH,
FOR SALE Two pianos In fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
WTiite Wyandotte cock bird, thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1103 E.
5th St., Ocala, Fla. 15-lm
PLANTS FOR SALE Charleston.
Wakefield and Surehead cabbage.
Crystal Wax Bemuda onion. Bis
Boston lettuce C. H. Cooner, 743
Wyomina St.. Phone 389. 15-tf
STRAYED One dark brown horse,
weight 900 lbs.; last seeu '.ear 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,
DOCTORS' GOOD SENSE A lot of
doctors discard bath tubs and use
the Allen Portable Clean Water
Bath apparatus instead. No plumb plumbing
ing plumbing needed. Very simple, effective,
durable, beautiful, cheap. Used ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. R. C Loveridge, Agent,
phone 197. 23-6 1
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, 2Z0.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
FOR SALE Shetland pony and cart.
Write Mrs. E- B. Lytle, Stanton,
W ANTED 10 or 15 horsepower gas gasoline
oline gasoline stationary engine; must be ia
Al condition. Box 375, Ocala, 21-t
The sale of Millwood Farm on the
Dixie Highway at Reddick will present
an excellent opportunity for those
wanting a farm in the best part of
the county. It will be sold in twenty
nd forty acre pieces to suit puchas puchas-ers.
ers. puchas-ers. The sale will take place on
Jan. 18th on the premises. Hughe
& McCarty. 2G-Gt
Christmas cards "made
at Gerig's Drug Store.
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