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OCALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921
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Mad an Entirely Uncalled for Scene
At Senate Cotamittee Hear Hear-lay
lay Hear-lay this Morning
Washington, Dec. 9. The meeting
cf the Etnate commijtiet investigating
t rh'-rges mad!' I jj' Senator Watson
cf C-'srgia, that jpc-.'-'krs were illegally
Lii;gi-J in France, .gtjaiost broke up in
a row today after Watson had threat threatened
ened threatened to slap the face of an army 25-
cer sitting in the audience.
L2ANDEGEE SQUELCHED TOM
, Chairman BracdegW declared .that
-B person in the room .should .he in in-''suited.
''suited. in-''suited. -This' statement was tmi aft
er Senator Watson had walked close
to Major George Cocheu, and shaking
a finger in his face exclaimed, "For
two pennies I would jelap your face.
If he looks at me that: way again, til
' Ms jiws," Watson declared.
: fTake "your seat, Senator '"-Watson,
CLzitn.Mn Br&ndegee demanded.
"I'll retire nrit," Watson replied.
Tftke your seat or retire, the
chairman raid. 1
Chairman Brandtgee called for the
scrgeaKt-at-arms and Senator Watson
tit 'down. Then the chairman asked
Ij'r. Watson if he wantd the array of of-fsCMrs
fsCMrs of-fsCMrs present to retire.
"Yes said Watson, and the officers
Jtft the room.
TitTAR STOLEN 510XEY
SOON TOOK WINGS
St. Loui3, Dec. Qleorge V. HaHi HaHi-day,
day, HaHi-day, bankrupt broker,! and Harry Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, editor of a semi-monthly publi publi-rstkn,
rstkn, publi-rstkn, were indicted jointly by 'the
ftjsral gra?id juiy trclay'on charges
et forgery and counterfeiting in con connection
nection connection with alleged counterfeiting of
A million and a half dollars worth of
Interim receipts isuifd by J. P. Mor Mor-.
. Mor-. gan & Company for. French govern government
ment government bonds. i: ."'"'
WO MONEY FOR BO
Dallas, Dec. OWhat is believed to
be the highest priced contract ever of offered
fered offered an athletic coiach is now on the
way to Bo McMillin, the Centre Col College
lege College football star, from the athletic
council of the University of Dallas.
The contract offers McMillin $35,000
for five years service as head coach
at the university.
BUT GOOD SHOOTING
,The Ocala Gun Club' held its regu regular
lar regular weekly shoot yesterday afternoon.
The attendance was a little off, but
the scores turned in by those present
were very good. The club is fast de developing
veloping developing a number of good shots and
can muster a ten-man team that can
trim a like team from any club in
The score follows:
Ed Tucker 48 x 50
Bruce Meffert ........... ..48 x 50
Y. P. Preer ,V.i; ..,47 x 50
Jack 'Camp .46 x 50
II. W. Tucker 44 x 50
. C. M. Thomas 40 x 50
Hcward Walters 35 x 50
Jake Goldman .............14 x 50
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McCIane ,is now located
In Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113two rings; residence
phone 151. j ti
On Pyralin Ivory,i celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
5-1 2t The Ocala Jewelers.
Best dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 10C1 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
fhone 153. tf
St. Margaret's Guild and the Altar
Guild of Grace Episcopal church will
hold their annual Christmas sale of
fancy work, cakes and candy on the
Ocala House porch Wednesday, Dec.
14th, starting at 10 o'clock. 8-5t
See our line of "Little Gifts." Some Something
thing Something in them for everybody. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 6t
This is a -Studebaker year.
LOST Pointer gip; solid liver color
- on head and tuack ; legs white and
' ffea-bitten: rip is very fat; an
swers to name f Tic. Liberal
reward for return to Fred Jlal Jlal-erer.
erer. Jlal-erer. 12-7-tf
France Slay Join America, Britain
and Japan in Keeping the Big Biggest
gest Biggest Ocean Tree
Paris, Dec 9-- Associated Press).
Frances acceptance of the quadruple
agreement for the Pacific is consid considered
ered considered as certain in official circles, al although
though although the draft received from the
French delegation in Washington is
regarded as a suggested outline and
not the perfected plan. Action here
on the agreement is expetced shortly.
A CAMPAIGN DOCU5IENT
Statement of the Council in Regard
To City Affairs for the Budget
Year October 1st, 1920,
To October'lst, 1921
In view of the, fact that the ap
proaching, election has very properly
and naturally caused more than the
usual interest in city affairs, the
council feels that the citizens should
be advised as to some of the more
salient facts in regard to the city'si
Some misapprehension seems to
exist in regard to the light and wa-
ter plant and attention would there-
fore be called to the following figures,
Lirhtand Water Plant. Oct. 1st. 1920.
to Oct. 1st, 1321
- ., .-
(This includes earnings only and
not any money derived from bonds or
sale of oil engine).
On hand Oct. 1st, 1921....$ 19,559.89
(This is the amount left
on hand from .earnings
for year Oct. 1st, 1919, V
to Oct. 1st, 1920. The
amount on hand Oct. 1st," -1919,
Paid into light and water
bond, interest and sink
ing fund ..,.....
Paid Burford, Hall & Smith
for turbine, including in-
stallation . ". ........ 25,327.00
Paid Burford, Hall & Smith
on water softener, in including
cluding including installation. (The
total price of water soft softener
ener softener was $7740.50. Since
Oct; 1, 1921, there has
been a payment of
$766.80 made, leaving a
balanc of $2749.70 not
Balance on hand October
1, 1921 ..........
In addition the city furnished free
hghts and water to Marion County
Fair, Marion County Hospital and
several other public institutions. The issue, while in Ocala the city has in in-city
city in-city also paid all of the expense of stalled over $30,000 of new equip-
the installation of the white way
(other than standards) amounting to
$1756.76, also installed some fifty new
street lights and made numerous ex
tensions and improvements, all from
the earnings of the plant.
The new turbine installed this year
has so far exceeded every guarantee.
Due to defective oH pump one of the
thrust bearings burned out. Mr. ., R.
A.' Burford Jc, of Burford, Hall &
Smith, at once on being notified of
the accident wired for new bearing
and Came to Ocala personally. The
price of the new bearing was $120
and it required approximately ten
hours labor to install. Mr. Burford
has never made any charge to the city
for either his time or-thenew bear
ing. The engine was not injured in
any other way and since repaired has
operated as well as ever. In regard
to the efficiency of this new turbine it
is hardly necessary to say anything
other than to give the following
In the city plant is a regular type
Skinner steam unit. This unit with
one boiler will carry a load of 350 K K-W.
W. K-W. H., while the turbine with one
boiler and identical fuej consumption
will carry a load of 550 K. W. H.
This turbine is. the same make and
type used by the United States in its
torpedo destroyers built during the
recent war. The efficiency, power and
speed of these boats was a matter of
national pride, and of course largely
depended upon the efficiency of their
The boiler water softener recently
installed is meeting 'all guarantees
and is affecting a saving of not less
than 10 per cent in fuel. Since the
city's fuel bill last month was a little
over $1800, this is a considerable item.
The "demands upon the light and I
water plant are increasing rapidly.
The amount of current produced for
November 1919 and 1921. is as fol
lows: November 1919, 99,670 EL W.
H.; November 1921142,380 K. W. IL
The number of consumers gained
since January 1st, 1921, is as follows: i
Light, 196; water, 47.
As to general finances the council
would say that outside of current bills
not due and bonded indebtedness, the
city owes nothing. Attention is also
Independent Packing Companies Will
Raise Wages, bat Will Not Be
Bound by Bales of Unions
St. Louis, Dec. 9 rEleven inde independent
pendent independent packing companies here to today
day today announced they would operate on
the open ehop plan on and after Jan.
2nd, and at the same time announced
a new wage scale whieh includes a cut
of eight per cent for piece work and
otheYs ranging from sev to three
and a half cents an hour. The com companies
panies companies said with a strike threatening
unless contracts with union employes
are renewed, the open shop has been
called to the fact that the JaOOO Owed
the banks of the city, which for many
years was one of the heirlooms pass passed
ed passed from one council to the next, has
been pajd, and thus $400 jearly in interest
terest interest saved.
The total bonded indebtedness of
the city is $297,000. The sinlring fund
commission of the city has tn hand in
cash $56,488.79, upon which is paid
The total tax levy for the budget
year Oct. 1, 1920 to Oct 1, 1921, is as
General fund v 27,626.17
Carnegie library .......
: Sinking fund ..........
Bond interest fund
Total .$ 56,676.17
Note: The law requires a tax levy
for all bond, interest ard sinking
fnnds, but as noted before the light
and water plant repays all of its bond,
interest and sinking funds.
The city receives 2 per cent from
the banks on all daily bata.nces.'
The following are the light rates
of some of our similar size cities of
Ocala ...... .10c. per K.W.H.
Lake City 15c. per K.W.IL
,15c. per K.W.H.
.. ... 15c. per K.WJL
12c. per K.WJI.
, ; 10c. per K.W.H.
..25c. per K.WJI.
...... lie per. K.WJL
Orlando '. .. .
All these towns have sliding scale
rates, etc., the above' being rate to
ordinary consumers. St. Augustine
being a seaport, enjoys an advantage
over Qcala in matter of
Gainesville's lisrht and water plant is
reliably reported to be barely able to
operate at thejr rates.. Needed equip-
ment in Gainesville is to be purchased
wfth the proceeds of a $50,000 bond
hnent in the last vear without any
bond issue or tax assessment- The
JQ g IfcV':-:
When In Doubt
Let Miss Goldman Remain ia the
Land Illuminated by the Wisdom
" Of Trotzky and Lenine
Riga,-Dec. 9. (Associated Press).
Emma Goldman, deported to Russia
from the United States- m December
It 19, as a result cf her alleged anar
chistic activities, has left Moscow, it
was learned today. It is believed she
is in Riga with the inftntion of seek
ing permission to return to the Unit
RANSACKED BY ROBBERS
Gray, Ga., Dec. 9. The Bank of
Gray was ransacked last night, near nearly
ly nearly $2000' worth of commercial notes
Ocala plant during this period also
paid every dollar of its bond, interest
and sinking fund.
Owing to the rapidly increasing de
mand the installation of an additional
unit at the licht and water plant will
rron be necessary. This, and the in installation
stallation installation of a water softener for the
entire water supply of the city is be being
ing being considered.
The city of Ocala maintains a rest
room at an annual expense of $1000;
appropriates $500 u. year to the board
of trade for booklets; $928.86 a year
to Marion County Hospital building
fund; $300 a year for a toufist camp;
$1000 a year for Carnegie library;
$800 a year for band concerts (as
there was no band organized last year
there was no one to pay this sum to) ;
$150 for parks (this has been increas increased
ed increased to $350 per year); employs a city
pnysician to inspect all dairies and
markets and to make daily inspection
of children in public schools.
Competent parties have advised the
pity that no town An the south is in
better financial condition than Ocala.
Any of the above figures can be
easily verified and the council trusts
that any one interested who may
doubt them will go to the public books
and records of the city rather than to
accept the idle statement of the
In conclusion the council would sug suggest
gest suggest that the citizens remember that
not all criticism is altruistic and that
.hey be careful that they do not ac accept
cept accept the personal feud or desire for
gain of another, for a political plat platform
form platform Y Signed: ...
.D. E. Mclver.
f . Chas. E. Simmons.
' 1 B. Goldman.
A. T. Thomas.
Smoke Pon Rey. That good cigar.
TTHAT Is more appropriate ist 4
' Christinas gift? Photograph
carry the .personal feeling that S3
ready-made gift can ever convey.
A dozen "personality ; portrait
luxuriously enclosed in Ultrmfet
Folders will solve at once a dornd
perplexing gift problems.
Arrange for aa appointment til
The Blake Studio
Tom Slaughter Held Up Arfesss
Penitentiary and Escaped Over
a Gnu-Hedged Trail
Little Rock, Dec 9. Tom Slaugh
ter, a notorious bandit, under death
sentence for killing a trusty guard at
the state prison farm at Tucker, escap escaped
ed escaped from the penitentiary here at 2:30
o'clock this morning, taking six other
convicts with him. For five hours
prior to his escape, Slaughter was in
complete control of the penitentiary
yards and offered liberty to all con
victs who wanted it.
TOOK A GANG WITH HIM
The four negroes who ned ere un
der death sentence. Six Phillips
county negroes under death sentence
for participating hi race riots in 1919
refused to leave the prison.. Some
one smuggled a revolver to Slaughter
i. the death ceil and he outwitted the
trusty guards and took complete
charge of the penitentiary. The war warden,
den, warden, his wife, son and two daughters
were locked in the death cell by the
bandit. Slaughter escaped in an au
tomobile belonging to the warden's
wife. At 3 o'clock this morning
Slaughter passed through Benton, 25
miles south of Little Rock and engag
ed in a guna battle with the city mar
shal, who had been notified cf his
MRS. E. D. THOMPSON
Mrs. E. D. Thompson died yester
day afternoon at her home in Belle-
view after orjy a few days illness.
Mrs. Thompson was a devoted mother
and a good Christian. She leaves to
mourn their loss a husband and five
little children. She was a member of
the Belleview chapter Eastern Star
and members of that organization
will attend the funeral services in a
body. The funeral services will take
place this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at thef uneral parlors of Sam R.
Pyles & Company. The remains, will
be forwarded by the midnight train
to Will&coochee, Ga., .Mrs. Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's home,, where intermtnt will take
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S, held
its regular meeting last evening.
There was a large attendance. The
visitors for the evening were Mrs.
Mittie Wilcox, W. W. of Dunnellon
Chapter No. 114; Mrs. Nell Doly, A.
M. of Bluffton Chapter No. 380, Bluff-
ton, Ohio, and Mrs. Mamie Smith of
Jacksonville Chapter No. 15.
, It being the regular time for the
election of officers, the following were
elected: Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.;
Mrs. Karl Weihe. W. P.; Mrs. Hattie
Webb, A. M.; Mrs. Susan Cook, sec
retary; Mrs. Mary Yonge, treasurer;
Mrs. Carrie Richey, conductor, and
Mrs. Annis Bryce.. assistant conduc
tor. The list of appointive officers
will be given later. Plans were made
for installation to be held next Fri
day, Dec. 16th.
ANNIE MacKAY SHINES
The' Polk County Record contains
an account of the O. IL S. Bartow
basket ball game in which it mentions
as special stars on the Ocala team the
centers. Mildred Bullock nd Jess De-
hon. The Ocala crowd sdmits the
consistent stellar playing of these two
girls but several of the team and the
fans present say that hi their eyes
Annie MacKaT out-shone all other
stars in that game as far as the sun
outshines the moon.
Flaconettes perfumery put up in
glass, with aluminum ease no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-t
We have Society Brand's last word
in clothing. Pay us a visit. Guaran
tee Clothing & Shoe Company. 5-t
This is a Studebaker year.
Let your photograph pay your
friends a holiday visit. Make the ap appointment
pointment appointment early at Revel's Studio,
over Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
St. Marearet's Guild and the Altar
Guild of Grace Episcopal church will
hold their annual Christmas sale of
fancy work, cakes and candy on the
Ocala House porch Wednesday, Dec
14 th, starting at 10 o'clock. 8-5t
A varied line of parlor seta now on
display here. They are servkeahle,
up-to-the-minute, and selling at' very
reasonable prices. Let us show yon
the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture
Collected Coin at Muzzles of Their
Gens but Were SpeedOy Ran
Down and Captured
Augusta, Ga, Dec 9. Two ban bandits
dits bandits entered the effice cf the Sibley
Manufacturing Company here this
morning, held up the pay master and
mill secretary, seized an $i CC0 pay
roll and fled. They were captured a
few minutes later after an exciticg
pursuit during which there was an
exchange cf shots between the bandits
and their pusuers. All the money was
DANVILLE ELE EN IS
GOING TO SAN DIEGO
Kanville, Ky, Dec 9. The an announcement
nouncement announcement that the Centre College
eleven wouM meet the Notre Dame
eleven at San Diego, Calif., Dec. 26th,
was receive denthusiastically here to today
day today by members of the team and
CONSIDER THE P. O. CLERKS
To the Patrons of the Ocala Post-
office: The postoffice force very kind kindly
ly kindly asks your co-operation, for your
benefit and convenience as well as
ours. No one likes for others to re receive
ceive receive and open their private mail.
This can be avoided by never failing
to put your street and number on the
letters you send out. If you move
from one street to another, or out on
a rural route, come to the postoffice
and sign a card showing the change
and we will keep the directory
straight. So easy for you to say, "the
postoffice force knows me and knows
where I reside. Yes, but there are
two persons in Ocala by the name of
Mrs. Bertha Jones, two by the name
of C. S. Walton, two "by the name of
Thomas Johnson, two T. II. Williams,
two J. J. Wilson, two C.-W. White,
two Mrs. E. B. Green each of these
reside on separate streets, some on
rural routes by the same name. How
can we tell in which box to place a
letter, or to which residence to send
a letter, or parcels post, if the street
nnmber or box number. is not on the
letter or package? The letters and
parcels are liable to be delivered to
the wrong person of same name if
house and street number or local or
rural box number is not on the letter
or package directing us.
The Christmas rush will soon be
here. If some other person of the
same name receives your letter or
your Christmas present, do not blame
us unless you have done your part.
Please avoid sending out little un
dersized envelopes and cards if you
expect rapid transjt and delivery. The
undersized envelopes and cards can
not be cancelled on the electric can
celling machine and therefore are de
layed by being cancelled by hand-
Again they are liable to be delayed in
transit as they can not be bundled and
tied with packages of standard size
cards and envelopes.
Please mail Christmas packages
early and mark them if you desire on
outside of package "Not to be opened
Very kindly yours
R. F. Rogers, Postmaster.
ATTENTION. LEGION AIRES!
A number of copies of the Weekly
have come through the mail this
week without address. If you did not
get your copy, call on the adjutant at
the Board of Trade room.
FRESn CANE SYRUP
I am now grinding cane, and these
who desire to get fresh syrup at the
mill will please call at once, or phone
me. Price 80 cents per gallon.
9-4t Lee L. Priest.
Baked bean3 and brown bread at
Carter's Bakery Saturday... 9-2t
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t
Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tally, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
tc order. Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters! 7-tf
Crane's Stationery, the absolutely
proper gift. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E- GERIG. 5-t
You will find your Christmas deco
rations at GADSONS. 9-Ct
You will find Santa Claus at GAD-
SON'S. Carry the kiddies there. t
W. K. Lane. M. D, pftysieiim and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nca ar.d
throat. Once over S and 1 3 cent store,
Ocala, Ha. ArAl
Recomersi Vocational Insula-"'
tioo far This State
Washington, Dec 9. Director
Forbes of the veterans tureaa kft
Washington today for Florida fo? a
tour of inspection cf possible ,stes- -for
one of the new vocational trainisg
institutions for former service sen.-
Leaving by war cf Baltimore, o
said Mr. Forbes would arrive ia Jack
sonville Tuesday to inspect Cam--
Johnstun. Besides this camp o:T.ciaUt.
said he would study the advantages
number of other localities' in
Florida with a view to selectir.gr a site
for ore of the new training schools in
JUSTICE OVERTAKES HAD LEY
Richmond, Dec. 9. Dr. Wilnier A.
Hadley, former army surjreon, was
electrocuted at 8 o'clock this momir.tr
in the state penitentiary here for the
murder of his wife in November 2319.
Prison attendants said Hadley wer.t
to his death calmly.
HELP THE NEEDY
The good people of Ocala ard vi
cinity should heed the followir.z re
quest, for aid for the real poor ard
needy of starving and freezing Rus
sia. If you have tny old clothing or
cast aways that ycu are not needing,
the Ladies Missionary Society cf the
Baptist church would appreciate the
gift of same. Knitted garments or
warm suits, cotton dresses, under
wear and stockings, old 'shoes, baby
clothes are acceptable. Won't you
render a real service. The ladies will
call for them if you can not brir.g
them. Phone 569 or Mrs. C. L. Col Collins.
lins. Collins. Gifts should be in by Tuesday,
W. C. T. U. ELECT OFFICERS
The call meeting of the W. C. T. U.
was held in the home of Mrs. W. T.
Gary Tuesday afternoon, Dec. C'.h.
The following officers for the ensuing
year were elected: President, Mrs.
W. T. Gary, vice president, Mrs. Bry Bryant;
ant; Bryant; vice presidents fi-om the different
churches as folows: Mrs. Geo. L- Tay--or,
Methodist; Mrs. E. E. Packham,
Baptist; Mrs. Baxter Cam, Presby Presbyterian;
terian; Presbyterian; Mrs. J. E. Chace, Christian;
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Episcopal; f.cwer
mission, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins; cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary, Mrs. T. M.
Moore; recording secretary, Mrs. G.
B. Overton; treasurer, Mrs. George
The ladies decided it would be more
pleasant to meet in the homes of the
members during the winter months.
The next meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. T. M. Moore, Tuesday,
Jan. 6th, at 3 p. m.
ATTRACTIVE EVENT IN
TROSPECT AT ANTHONY
Anthony, Dec." 8. There will 'be a
bazaar and oyster supper at the
Woman's Club building on the night
of December 16, Friday.
Mrs. G. M. Brown,
Sec'y. Woman's Club.
OCALA COMMANDER Y NO. 19
Regular conclave Ocala Command Command-ery
ery Command-ery No. 19 K.' T., Friday December
9th, at the Masonic hall at 7:30 p. m.
Work in the Knight Templare decree,
election of officers for the ensuing
year and refreshments. All visiting
knights are cordially invited to attend.
2t B. L. Adams, Recorder.
Dinner 12 to 2, CO cents; special
dinner Sundays, 73 cents. A la certe
service day and night. West side cf
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
The largest and most beautiful lir,2
of Christmas Cards ever shown in
Ocala. Make your selection now.
TTHE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
Odi rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Brcs.,
The Furniture Men
0:1' ry, lettuce, cauliflower, cocoa cocoa-nuts,
nuts, cocoa-nuts, arr'Ies, cucumbers, peppers,
grapes, a;?rted nuts, cranberries,
grapefruit, oranges. Ear.snas still Z'
cents per dozen. Fort King Conf ec ectionery,
tionery, ectionery, phone Z i 7-3t
One Ford roadster trv
sold cheap 11 soli at ores.
Mctor Co, Fhone 2C2.
DiVertor of the Veterans Bureau
OCALA EYENTNG STAR, TRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921
i the d'.:7erent wards, with the one lor
the second ward at the 'city halL Bat
I with the a-'Joptiori of the new city-
charter, when th'i number of alder
men was reduce 1 from nine to five,
and provision made for all the citizens
tn vntp' for all the candidates, the
Hi. 11. Carroll 1'realde. 1 civy nau was iKtmcu. aa mh
1 - 3 xl
v. i,c((itMHi, setry-irerrr lace or ai qualified voters, ana me
THE -MEETING OF THE GHOULS
puMUhrii Krjr Day El Sndr by
ST All l'L'BLISIIIXG COMPANY,
They met in the depths of the forest
just on the outskirts of town,
Where none but a poet or artist could
picture such scenes : as were
Where only the bravest and: wisest of
that land enchanted by Ghouls,
Entered at Ocala, Fla..
attention of the ladies is called to this
postofflce a fact that in the coming city election
lo? be held Tuesday; Dec. 9th, the city
hall u the lace to'eo to cast their
ballots and as the saying goes, re
member in casting your ballot to vote
for the good of the city.
HEMBBH ASSOCI.WE11 PRESS
Tbe Associated Frea is exciusiveij t ; TVV ,,n nP TRAnr
entitled for the use for republication oxiaiArinj wovt
all news dispatcnes :reaited to it or
cot otherwise credited in this .paper ana
Ro.li.ric OfSee .F1ve-0e
v.AtoT lJfortuent i,,.;.,Tw-SM
fceter Heporter F1ve-0
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EARLY SWEET POTATOES AGAIN
In October we tried to get up an
order for a carload of seed sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes of the Little Stem Jersey va variety.
riety. variety. The response was not quick
enough and we missed that particular
lot. However Orders have been com
ing in slowly ever since and we now
Could meet and tell of the triumph haye hopes o making up the car loC
SpakrSieKingras he walked 'round Some men who expressed a desire for
among them, "I ask that you each I some oi tnese seea potatoes earner in
tell to me J the fall have not vet sent m an order.
ui ail ot the wonaenui. travels, ana j,, clos matter np by
Tell hist what vou were to be-in with. I urday, Dec lth- These seed pota
- r i ... .
and what you : represent here. 1 toes will cost between six-ana seven
field attended the movies here Mon Monday
day Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Abshier were
callers in Candler Saturday.
Remember the Belleview Workers'
given at the town ball Uec I6ta.
cents and many beautiful hand made
articles for sale which will make ex-;
g, little, old or young. Buy your
Christmas gifts of these busy ladies,
who have spent the summer and fall
making these attractive articles.
Let each one speak in bis own way-
draw close, and speak without i
Then one of that uneasy number drew
a chair in front of his lung
I believe," he dfeftly -did mutter,
"that I represent the whole
I once was Moses, the leader, who led me Boutnern markets.
IUC AAi WiVM Uit BA,
And I still am a leader of masses
dollars a barrel delivered at stations
here in the county. They should ar
rive early in January.
Here are the facts relative to the
matter of growing them:
L This is a variety that is known
and in demand n the northern and
2. They grow fairly uniform in
you've heard of Gene Debs that size.
Then up rose another to claim it, and
solemnly spoke to her lord,
As she held in hr hands there bofore
him, a beautiful red. cuiji board;
"Sir," I am sure I have won it, for I
' once was Joan of Arc,
And still I represent the great victor
in the person of poor Lena
OVER THE TOP AWAY OVER!
County Board of lrade will have ac
cess to the files of the organization
service bureau. The organization
service- bureau of the national com
mercial body is in touch with cham-
. I 1 1 t-mAr
i i.1 U th. TTni-t-ort SratPS nnfl tire
six days ago, for the Christmas tree ;
fnr the Ocala Industrial School, has ocai organwuu
been contributed and over contribut- posted on
3. They have been raised this past
I season (and for two or three -years)
near Hastings and Green Cove
.4. They have sold for an average
price this year of about $14 a barrel
5. They will yield as well as varie
ties grown here.
6. They should be shipped 'from
hiding, and asked that he mijrhtH,'ne 15 to JulY 15-
have a say. 7. They are adapted to shipping in
I'm sure, sir, that IH have the honor bushel crates, which are cheaper than
to ta&e mat uear meuai away, i . ;1 si,j j
For i sir, was once the great RafaeL barrels, more easily stacked and
who painted the picture of Night, j nanaieo, ana wouia neip give us a uis
And still: the world trembles and tmctive pack.
dances when iatty Arbuckle's in 8 They will have to be graded a
Then another came fortli from his
the activities of these other Then 3 dozen more told of their his-
Beginning Saturday morning lJJ,
tory some of
them poor and 9- They can be shipped in any
amount, by routing them over boat
with a contribution from Mr. D. Experience. The organization service And. some had fought in the battlei, line from Jacks0nvUle. This will mean
Mclver, it ended this afternoon with pureau ox t;
one from United States Senator Flet- out letters twice a --
cher, who sends with his dollar the the various problems that comeup
short but emphatic message, "Glad to eiore r 7"
. . ... the countrv. Mr. Colvin B. Brown.
J,J1L W hall chief, of the organization 'service, bu-
snau not as. iui .ujr i ... . ,ry. aeep pain,
Going up'street yesterday morning, mg January. He will be m Ucaia A fi&ure s0 teU and 80 siender, who
. v : ai o Tuesday, January 26th, when it is said. "Sir- my name was Cain!
to satiate in uuugc j . jj v0 AJ wu' au;
members of the Board of Trade here.
chickory and a couple of coop apples;
I saw 'Sheriff Thomas straying across
street with a carekss expression on
his face and a nice calculation to head
mo nff at a certain noint. Says I to
CIVIC CHRISTMAS TREE
ana others naa neipea run tne i . nTV,
tnt a smoother ride and more even tem
Bnt the 'King looked on and kept perature en route
irownmg, tor none seemed to nil I io. The state commissioner o:
nis aesire, i u ;n .r-k i;af-4Ktita
P, . i . . i uiaiivcba nua uciii ovu v.v ..v.
. ... . M 4.1.AM 9 1.11.1 him... A ntt TQlf A tham
' toamprt nlwnve wantmor in firal I tJ.ciii ix iwvi uuitu v.
11. The u. s. trareau oi xaaraets
grading and packing if we want him.
12. The average sweet potato con
sumption of New York city is 100 cars
13. At that season people have
had a rest on sweet potatoes and will
.va vuv uv& ava vaauic wiak a aavif
straightway went to the jungle, and
'neath the deep branches I hid.
And still, sir, I stay in my hiding, and want them.
as rnp nnw jiv tijisrps ri v I
f "wsa rhA wpilnfn,v rtw till will require
the sun has driven it dry. I oarreis to get enougn uraws tu ct an
about f three
We have todav eood news for both
mvself. "The sheriff has for me either... qj o-rnwn-uns Ocala will
a dollar or a warrant." Being too old hflve this vear a civic Christmas tree, And 'tis onljrin the deepest of dark- acre from the first two pullings.
?o ahead and meet Hke one of those it had in the good me 15' If yU d?n t sel1 J
to run, I decided to go
him. It was the dollar, else I should old days befo' de war,
be writing this screed from the jail. I The undertaking will be under the
It was the best day yet; all day theau g of the civic committee of the
dollars pattered in. A pretty, young woman's Club, and Mrs. Walter Hood,
'married lady, pushing the carriage of mpa5jnt 0 the cib. Mrs. John
her no less pretty baoy, stoppea long
For I am that Thantom of shadows,
and now Will Taylors my name!
' enough to give me a dollar but won t
let me give her name. Another good
lady, one of the school's staunch
friends, brought a dollar, apiece for
herself and husband and said to put
i under the head; of "Two .More
Friends." Guy Felts, Howard Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, Sam Smith the postman, '. Ernest
Crook, Dr. Van Engleken, "Cash,"
Casey Moore, Albert Gerig, Judge
Warner, Mrs. Mamie Hall, j Laurie
Izlar, Mrs. B. N. Crook, Whit Palmer,
Jim Taylor, W. P. Preer and Uncle
Charlie Rheinauer all registered
friendship for the school.
From out of town Mr. J. A. Good Goodwin
win Goodwin of Gainesville, sent a dollar and
his" hearty approbation; Dr. D. M.
Smith, now on a tisit to Miami, sent
two dollars. And last but by no means
least, a staunch and generous friend
ot the school, who has liberally helped
it in former Christmases, but who
won't let his name be given, sends his
check for $10. x
Friends, I thank you. May neither
you nor yours ever know a gloomy
Christmas. Yours truly, jhb.
good feed that is not quickly perishr
' I An
iunrle no sun can 1 see in the I w" "f"
day j not prepared to do so for themselves.
But 1' still work on for the city, and Others may do the same thing.' Such
still I can draw my own pay; orders must be placed at once to en
I '.i vain rln. hotr cnawn Trv Wf 1 1 1 row. I
. .fl a.t.A-,A 4-rv nAtof aoq
lor my name is a by-word mttUlc tlltrsc; w vlvJCi
ed at the Star office this morning with P own, , erougn to nu tnem xneir prices wm
! Rr fn niil tW'rfad And I laugh ti U my joints are a .ach- not be excessive, but it will require
atcuranu. .uv.u. -r- ,p i mg, just to see eacn ieuow goi a
L1U111K3 ouu eo "- T : I. uvnu. , .
tewW wp orft sure will be n the sewers and shafts they are plants man orainamy.
, 1 ..' s I looking to the left and then toj This early sweet potato proposition
iicaiwuj BV"" r 1 iha richt
The tree will be erected and the ex-1 in fact j Deiieve I'm the lonesome
who's present but never in sight!
Fairfield, Dec. 7. Most farmers!
are through grinding cane and some i
are beginning to prepare to break
and. Quite an acreage of cabbage
is being planted.
The weather is a little cooler than
it has been and most of us have been
enjoying the cool days.
Mr. Milton Jones and family of Ar
cadia, -arrived Saturday for- a visit
with his father, J. A- Jones.
Mr. Williams of Oak, has purchas
ed the Elbert Mills place and he and
family have moved into our midst.
We are glad to welcome tfecm.
Mr. Bates of Ocala and Sir. Ed
wards of Irvine, were callers in our
Mr. Whorter Carter and Misses
Yongue, Ritchey and McGregory went
bird hunting Saturday afternoon.
Mr. James Rhodes made a busi
ness trip to Ocala Saturday.
Messrs. D. A. Martin, Horace Per-
iv and brother of Oxford, were week
end callers on Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Mr. Richelderfer of Ohio, is visiting
his son, Mr. Louis Richelderfer.
Messrs. F. E. Smoak, II. W. Nettles
and son and J. H. McEwen of Flem Flem-ington,
ington, Flem-ington, were callers Saturday.
Mr. Morris Yongue was a caller in
Miss Lila Mack of Pasley was a
week-end caller of her sister, Mrs.
Yongue, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Moley Childress of Williston,
was seen on our streets Saturday.
-Mr. Taylor of Ocala was on our
Mr. L. B. Osteen made a flying trip
to Reddick Saturday.
Mr. McNealy and family were call callers
ers callers in Reddick Sunday.
Mr. Grubbs of Irvine was a caller
CilluaUill ill ILUi.uUw i
Loin Steak 25c
Round Steak 23c
Rump Roast. 20c
Chuck Roast 10c
Brisket Stew... 10c
Rib Stew 12y2c
MuttcnLeg S 0 c
Mutton Chops 3Sc
Mutton Shoulder 1c
Sausage Meat, "That Good Kind" 20 c
flOTIIIIIG OEUMED; j:a.T!I!::3 GILDED
Frest L!eats zid Grcoeriss
Li w y Cj y -1
Good, chairman of the civic commit
tee and Mrs. C. W. Hunter, skilled
in arrangement of former trees,' call
TN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
ercises eriven. Saturday evening, Dec.
24. on the "civic center" lot, Lie., the line candidates try to explain it tne
, v. likrorr anA I poets, iney oeg me come uume i
open space between the library and n children are
the city hail. i Ing Oh, why is he still forced to
AN UNTRDE ALLEGATION
For the week before Christmas,
there will ne a reany, iruiy ow sir j am thft nhantom of nhantoma.
Claus on Xhe courtnouse square,. auu the mystic and uniatnomea lore,
no Ocalari should fail to interview j And my record's long as the world
stands; l ve an unoeaten Knowl Knowledge
edge Knowledge in store!
I'm the occult, as well as the 'moon
stone; I'm the shadow of all that
s being taken up by some of our good
truckers. Two of cur bank presidents
have voluntarily commended it, one
of them placing an order for seed for
his own place. We are not urging
farmers to plant them by any kind of
lap trap guarantee, but u you want
to get in on the order for seed pota potatoes
toes potatoes do so at once. K. C. Moore,
Full information will be given out
as fast as.it can be given in. In the
meantime, call on Mrs. John Good
for particulars, and contribute funds
to Mr. DeWitt Griffin at the Munroe
& Chambliss Bank. :
More anon. :
l can see all the things that 'they
speak of, and 1 don't have to open
Some people who should know bet
ter have been saying around town
that the candidates for mayor and
alderman who the Star does not favor
cannot obtain space in the paper for
their arguments, j:
There is no truth in the statement,
and the people who make it are either
prejudiced or ignorant.
The Star has never refused any
"communication on public affairs, -if
said communication was properly
worded and properly signed. As our
readers know, it has admitted in this
campaign a couple of communications,
improperly worded and directed
against it and its friends.
We have not refused any commu communication
nication communication from either side during the
v present municipal campaign except
one libellous and anonymous letter,
which we do not believe would have
had the endorsement of any candidate
had it been published.
We are printimg today a communi
cation from the council, which claims
to be an explanation of public affairs,
but which is really, as we shall show
tomorrow, "A Campaign Document,"
in favor of Messrs. Thomas. Mclver
and Winer. We will make them wish
them had not asked for its publica
tion at this time.
OCALA KNIGHTS TO LEESBURG
A larere deputation of ; Ocala
Knights of Pythias visited the Lees-
burg lodge last night and joined the
T-peRhurcers in work in the third
hank. Particulars tomorrow. ..
VOTE AT THE CITY HALL
It has been called to the attention
of the Star that some of our newly
enfranchised citizens of the fairer sex
are under the impression that the
courthouse being the seat of the
county government and the polling
booths for state and national elections
are always located there, that it is
the place to go to cast their votes for
alL candidates f or office. This is true
insofar as state; and national elections
are concerned, but a city election is
a horse of another color, I and the
polling booths, iiip to a few years ago,
were located at designated points in
Let Us Furnish
Sponge Cakes -Jelly
Makers of the
I'm that uncertain, wandering creat
ure which the wise men speak of
I've always my hand about feeling,
and I'm subtle at most any craft:
But I'm hid. yes I m hid, in the dark
ness, and no human hand shall
And I laugh at the sleuths and re
tormers as tney worry ana iw-
The King sat dazed for a moment,
1 then arose and opened his eyes,
"I was sure expecting some fable, but
this is, indeed, a surprise!
For of all of the things we are proud
of and love to tell the cold world,
It is of those phantoms and mysteries
that fade like a fiae that is iurledl
And you; sir, have won the gold med
al like a crown it shall sit on
By you shall the troup be commanded,
by you the whole world be led:
And at the creat meeting and father
ing, in that beautiful land that s
I shall see that the name of -WILL
- TAYLOR is burnished upon ev
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2;20 am Jacksonville-NTork j 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:S5 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. K.
I.ave i Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:S3:.m
1:45 pm J kson vill e-G ainsvill e 3:24 pm
6:42 am J kson vill e-Gansv ilia 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland z&i am
3 :24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 15 pm
10:15 pm jueesourg o;a
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 aa
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Moss Bluff, Dec. 7. The Moss Bluff
school is rapidly increasing. Six new
nunils were enrolled Monday, which
makes a total of sixty-three.
Rev. Creson of Ocala, will preach
here at the Congregational church
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock-Every
ose urged to be present.
Mrs. u. A. vaiers-'ana mue
left last week for. Citrus cqanty-to
visit relatives and attend the fair.
Misses Bessie Ramsey and Martha
Fort were shopping ba Ocala Satur Saturday.
Mr. Tobe. Caldwell of Electra, is
nnvaleKcincr after several -days of
! Miss Annie McKnight of Oklawaha
spent Sunday with her friend, Jtfiss
Quite a number from here attend attended
ed attended services at Electra Sunday morn
ing and evening.
For 1921 Is
THE :GIFT SWO'P
Your kodak work will be' properly
and promptly finished at Revel's
Studio, over Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Store. 1-Ct
Belleview pecX-r-Quite, number
of vounur folks enioyed tne- cane
grinding at Mr.' b. C, Stanley's Fri
Mrs. J. T. Hames and Mr. and Mrs.
J F. Hames were business 'callers' in
A, number of, Mrs Adam Baffners
friends gave her a 'surprise party
Saturday night in honor of her birth birthday,
day, birthday, at the, home of Mrs. Louis
l!ev. "Martin delivered two nice ser sermons
mons sermons af: he -Baptist church last Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, it being his regular appointment
3t. .Pierce purchased a new For4
Quite a crowd enjoyed the moving
picture show' at the town" hall Mon
Dont forget the Philathea's sale
and supper at the town hall next Fri Friday
day Friday night. Everybody come.
Mr. Pierce has recently sold his
farm west of town and is moving to
Manatee this week.
Mr. Ed Pelot and family moved
from the Stroble place to the Hale
Harrington Hall Comer
Here you will find everything for the children's
Christmas Presents, as old Santa Claus was j ust a lit little
tle little more generous with the line this season than be before.
fore. before. Fori the most satisfaction we advise shop early.
-"'"Mr. Owens and family have moved
to the Reed place on the Ocala hard
The Cox family held meetings at
Candler last week.
Miss Hazel Seymour of Summer-
- Foot Balls for the boys.
Basket Balls for the girls.
"Raggedy Annes-4-books and dolls.
Raggedy Andies4-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 fpr the little girls.
of the famous Gilbert
Biggest line of Children's Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Books we haveever carried.
Substantial Doll Furniture.
Endless variety cf Christmas Cards.
'Gold and Silver' Ribbon.
Beautiful Wrapping Paper for
Christmas packages in Holly and
Mew 'Goads Arming Euqi 'Day
Hzrrir.ztcn Hell Ccmzr
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1S21
rv i -r .-r
DRESS DEPART! LENT
Suits awaits you here, and the variety of goods
and prices make it certain we can" please you.
j t -
Dependable Merchandise afModerate Prices
FARFJEilS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida
for.. ... ....
All former 20 c. pkgs.
- peri can.
four cans for; ; .
per bar. . ,fv '.
three bars for......
x per dozen .!.... . . .
Cherry Bell Flour O
24 lb. sack. V
Cherry Bell Flour
12 lb. sack...-!'..
Sauer's S. It. Flour
24 lb. sack V
Sauer's Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb. sack
C. Gold Self Rising Rising-Flour,
Flour, Rising-Flour, 12 lb sack.
C. Gold S. R. Ct
Flour, 24 lb. sackM
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pound of
r good Tea. j, ........
Pnrlna Feel for Cows, Chickens 2d Corses. Free Delivery
You spend much time planning for your, house
but how about the environment?
j You plant a palm today and a shade tree
and perhaps some shrubs anything that takes
i The result is a hodge-podge," of course just an
indiscriminate planting of what-not, without care care-fully
fully care-fully studied, comprehensive planning.
Instead, why not consult us as you would your
doctor or lawyer? The cost of properly prepared
plans is nominal compared with the results and
he actual saving in time and material.
Write us "today regarding
your problems, and if you
do not have your copy of
the TROPICA!. PLANTING
BOOK mention that also.
Royal Palm Nurseries
- pepartaeni gf Lac&cspt Desr;
BOX 133 ONECO. FLORIDA
P 4 SEDVnCE 4 THY
'::yyty:- PHONE ; 71 -Hr.'
' r ; -SiItiItiOIiS, GMIAGE-i j ;V
kj Wool, ilkj lined plain
' and fur trimmed Velours,
Bolivias and Plushes, nice
range of sizes
$18 to $50
Ladies' Coat Saits
in Serges, Trico tines, Velors
and other popular fabrics of
the season, real values at
$20 to $59
Try Ititisahard ishect dour
as good cs any and less in price
Senate Coffee .- A
per pound . ........ x U C
UNEED.kS and all former.
10c pkgs. Crackers... OC
Argo ' '-
Argo : Salmon, -'
two cans for. . : .
Virginia Dare Wine,
::' large, per bottle; .v. -Virginia
small, per bottle
Reddick Peanut Butter
large, per dozen.
small, per dozen. .
Argo Starch. ........
One dozen' packages
Argo Starch. .......
of Hont ...........
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup. . .
per quart. ........
"How art; &3 going to CLo itr
"That, my young friend, la particu particularly
larly particularly my own affair."
. I felt pretty scrappy that morning ;
there is no use in denying it.
"You're not the only pebble on the
beach, Bullerton," I said, looking him
quarelj in the eye. "What you can
do with this mine, another mining en engineer
gineer engineer can do quite as well ; and the
other man will probably be willing to
do it without asking the fenced-in
earth for his reward." yJ.
, "Humph!" he grunted; "so that's
your play. Is It?" Then, after a scowl scowling
ing scowling pause: "You're licked before you
begin. You're fighting without ammu ammunition,
nition, ammunition, Broughton. You haven't any
money, and you'll look a long time be before
fore before you'll find an engineer able to
finance his own experiment on your
drowned pruposition." fc
"That may be," I retorted. "But If
you told me the story straight that
night In the Pullman, you can't turn
-If You Want to Go to Law Sail In.
a wheel until I tell you to go ahead
So y6ur contract, if youve got one
doesn't amount to a hill of beans."
' "That point may make a nice llttb
question for the courts to decide," h
snapped. "But I don't want to go t
law-about this thing.' and neither d
you. ; As a matter of fact, you haven'
any money to throw away In a legal
scrap. You make me a deed to fifty
one per cent of the Cinnabar property
just as It stands, and then you may gc
back East and enjoy yourself pjayinf
marbles, or pitch and toss, or red dog
whatever your pet diversion may
happen to be. Fifty-one per cent and
you give me a clear field not stick
around,' I mean. That goes as It lies,"
h "Huh I scoffed, "A while back
you were talking about pulling the law
on me. You can't make anything like
tharstand in the courts and you know
It mighty well."
"Maybe not; but I can make it stand
with you which is much more to the
purpose.' "You said a minute ago that
I couldn't turn a wheel without your
consent. Yoa can't turn a wheel at
all without money."
His rubbing the poverty gibe Into me
made me madder than ever and I
thought it was about time to tell him
where he got off,. 1
"Then, by Jove, the wheels needn't
turn P I countered. "And that leta
you out. If you want to go to law
about that contract sail in. That's
all I've got to say."
"Oh, hold oni" he protested, with
mock concern. Then he ehowed me
plainly what he'd been doing lnt the
Interval between his first and this sec
ond appearance in the Red Desert
region. "I've had time to look you up,
you know. You're engaged to a girl
back East and you can't marry her
because you haven't money enough.
Half a loaf Is better than no bread;
and I'm offering you. very nearly the
half loaf. Take a day or so to think
It over. I'm in no hurry." And with
that he went back to the cabin across
the dump and left me warming the
I guess it will say itself that the
next few days stacked up about as
wretched an Interval as I had ever
been called upon to put over.
; Bullerton had a masterful sort of
grip that seemed to give him a stran-gle-hold
upon everything "he tackled.
At table and In the evenings before
the fire he monopolized the talk and
the rest of us sat around like stougfa-ton-bottles
and let him do 1L
" It didn't help matters out much
when Daddy Hiram, cha?ng me up on
one of the- days when I was dodging
Bullerton, gave me the sealed enve envelope
lope envelope which my grandfather had left
with him. As will be remembered, it
was on the night of Bullerton's arrival
at the Cinnabar that I had told Daddy
and his daughter who I was, and the
subject hadn't been again referred to
by any of us. But now Daddy, having
overtaken me on one of the trails
above the mine, sat beside me on a
fiat rock and we had it out together.
"You knew who I was from the first,
Daddy?" I asked.
"Not right plumb at first, no," he
qualified. "You see, I didn't know who'
I was looking for. Always reckoned
somebody'd be along, f course, but I
hadn't had any Idea who r when."
"Tm afraid Tve been a pretty sorry
disappointment to yen," I muttered. "I
have no money and I don't know
enough to be any good at the mining
gfime. Anti that remind me: my
grandfather paid you a regular saJary
for tho -aretaking. didn't" he?"
."Thar hn hn iHci.ntinim! ei nnA
"I rwkon so."
"I have a little income of my own;
not much, but enough for the way
we're living here. It must le under understood
stood understood that I share it with you and
Jeanie, so long as I stay with you."
"Ain't no need o' your doin' that,
Stannie. I got a .little stake hid out
for a pinch."
In ail this, you will notice, there
was no word said clout Bullerton. We
sat in silence for a while. Daddy chew chewing
ing chewing a sp'ar of grass. After a time he
called attention to the envelope wli'.ch
I still held unopened in my hands.
"Don't ye want to know what your
gran'paw says?" he asked mildly.
At this I slit the end of the envelope.
Its moments were a deed in fee simple
to the Cinnabar and a note to me,
written in Grandfather Jasper's
cramped, old-fashioned handwriting.
In the note he merely said that he was
leaving me a property which had cost
him pretry well up to half a million
and that he hoped I'd brace up aiid go
to work and make something out of It,
adding that If I hadn't bet-n such a
hopeless idler ail my life he might
have considered the propriety of add adding
ing adding an experimental fund to the gift.
As it was, I must work out my own
salvation if I were'nxious to posses
any of that commodity.
I think it was on the fourth day after
his .riival that Bullerton cornered me
again and again it was in the deserted
"V'll. Broughton," he began abrupt abruptly,
ly, abruptly, seating himself once more uion
the empty dynamite box, "I've given
you pienty of time to think it over.
Where do you stand now?"
"Klght exactly whem I did In the
beginning," snapped. "I don't want
any forty-nine-fifty-one per cent part partnership
nership partnership with you; neither that nor jtn
"All "right." he rejoined, brusquely ;
"we'Jl call that phase of it a back mini
ber and go on to something else. I'll
buy your mine, just as it stands, water
and all and that's what nobody else
would do, you'd better believe."
"For how much"?"
"For fifty thousand dollars cash."
"No," I grated. "I don't need a lit little
tle little money that badly."
"Fifty thousand isn't a little: at a
good, safe. Investment interest It will
give you an income of three thousand
a year. And that's more than you're
getting now out of what your father
left you." '
"You seem to know a good bit about
my private affairs." I growled.
"Yon said a mouthful, then. I've
made it my business to find out about
them. There's nothing much to you.
Broughton. when you come right down
to brass tacks. You had a god educa
tion, but you haven't had get-up-and-?et
enonrh in you to mafee any use of it."
Good Things to
Eat Just In
California Budded Walnuts
New Brazil Nuts,
Paper Shell Pecans,
Imported Malaga Table Raisins,
Seeded Raisins, '-
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Pfpeapple and Assorted Fruits,
Maniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Codfish,
' Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Anti Pasto,
Samp CBig Hominy)
Real French Peas,
Whole Wheat Flour.
Plain Buckwheat Flour,
Edam Cheese Imported,
.New York State Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
Split Peas, etc
PHONES 16 and 174
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals
Ff" For Satisfaction Give Us a
Phone 597 Mgrs. Phone 408
SacKay I Go.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
"The less you dig In my private gar garden
den garden patch, the bt-tter we shall get
along," I told him.
He was silent for a moment. He
had picked up a bit of iron rod and
was tracing hieroglyphic figures with
it in the dust of the shop floor. Pres Presently
ently Presently he looked up with a sort of mock mocking
ing mocking leer.
"Been trylsg to carry sentimental
water on lK.th shoulders, haven'ryou?
I'm telling you right now, Broughton,
it's no use. I filed on the little Blue Blue-eyes
eyes Blue-eyes claim over yonder In Twombly's
cabin a long, long time before you ever
or heard of it."
That remark of his carried things
over the edge for me.
"See here, Bullerton," I said, and I
suppose I stuck out my Jaw at him as
people say I do when I'm beginning
to feel ugly, "there are limits, and
HI pay you the compliment of assum assuming
ing assuming that you are not quite a born fooL
We are going to ieave Miss Twombly
out of It; completely and absolutely
out of It" f
"You may; but I shan't." he grinned
back at me. "In point of fact, my
dear fellow, now that I come to think
of it. you'll have to leave her out."
"Not for anything you may say or
do, or leave tmsald or undone."
- "Yes, you will; and for something
that I may say. And I guess this Is
as good a time" as any to mention It.
Have you forgotten that you have ad advertised
vertised advertised yourself in this out-of-the-way
corner of the world rather successful successfully
ly successfully as one of two things: a pretty
dangerous sort of lunatic, or a crim criminal
inal criminal ? As a matter of fact, the rail railroad
road railroad detectives have been looking high,
low and level for you ever since you
stole that Inspection motor at the An Angels
gels Angels platform and got it smashed."
"Twombly knows about that; and
so does Miss Twombly," I cut in.
"They wouldn't give you away," of
-ourse; In a certain sense you are
Twombly's guest, and in another you're
his employer. But youTl notice that
neither of these restrictions apply to
tne. "Now, perhaps, you can understand
just why you are obliged. In ordinary
prudence, to leave the girl out of It
and why I am not so obliged."
"Miss Twombly, herself, has tia
easting vote on that," is what I Hung
"She has already voted," he said
coolly. Then: "You're not in the
game, Broughton ; you don't hold any anything
thing anything higher than a seven-spot, and
you are bucking a straight flush. Do
you take fifty thousand and vanish?
That is the one live question of the
"Very well; Til give you another
day to thlnV It over; but I'm warning
you here and now that the price will
shrink. It Is fifty thousand today, say
up to sunset : tomorrow It will be for forty
ty forty thousand."
I slid from the anvil and half un unconsciously
consciously unconsciously picked up the blacksmith's
"You go straight to b I," I said;
and at that he left me.
I sat down to try once more to Chink
things out to some sort of an action
focus. Should I take Bullerton's fif fifty
ty fifty thousand and quit? Common sense
said Yes, spelling it with a capital and
underscoring It for emphasis.- what
was the use In hanging on? Hadn't
we proved that the mine was undraln-
able, save, perhaps, at the enormous
. cost of driving an underrunnlng tunnel
from a lower slope of the mountain?
Then there was Jeanie. Then, again,
there was Llsette. Fifty thousand
dollars at six per cent would buy ner
hats but it wouldn't buy much else.
I could picture the calm and collected
way In which she would say, "es.
Stannie; you've succeeded nicely In
finantlnir the hats. But you know as
well as l do that we couldn't buy hats
and keep a car on three thousand
I had Just climbed down to this bot
tom round of the ladder of dejection
when I heard a bit of noise and looked
up to see a small, trim figure darken
'Mr. Broughton Stannie,
tag the engine-r,oom door. Then a
olee that I would l.ave recognized in
a thousand voices all speaking tt once
"Mr. Broughton Stannie, are yoo
Apalachieola select oysters every
day, 65 cents -a quart, 55L25 a gallon gallon-City
City gallon-City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Fashion Park clothing, newest de designs.
signs. designs. Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
See the lovely doll beds at GAD GAD-SON'S.
SON'S. GAD-SON'S. .The little girls will enjoy
Ladies' new street and theatrical
footwear. Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Company. 5-t
1 1 pi
THE LITTLE PINK LADY
The play for the piano fund of the
primary school, which has occupied
the attention of ctir people for the
past few days, was given last night
at the Temple theater to a large and
The little play was as delicate and
sweet as a Cape Cod Mayflower and
was presented by six girls with a
finish and charm worthy of those
with much more experience.
For those who were not there a
brief resume might not be amiss. The
scene is in Plymouth, the time, mid midsummer
summer midsummer eve, a few years after the
anding of the Pilgrims. Molly, the
merry little Irish step-daughter of
one of the Pilgrim Fathers, was de-
ightfully impersonated by Rutli War
ner. Molly believed in fairies and so
did we after seeing what believing
does for us. Ruth Collins &. Ann,
the orphan daughter of parents who
had died of hardships and exposure,
was pathetic in her homesick yearn
ing for England. There were great
estates awaiting her could she only
prove her right to them. Her dearest
treasure was a fan on which was
painted the pictuie of a lady in a
rench court costame. Her mother
had told her to guard it with care.
Chivalette Smith as Prudence, Mea
Dozier Haile as Priscilla, were model
ittle Puritan maidens. Marraret
locker as "The LitUe Pink Lady" of
the fan, looked as tho she had stepped
from a miniature instead of a fan.
The longing of Ann for England, the
girlish wish for a little gaiety in
spite of their Puritan training and
conscience, the merry daring of Molly,
prompted them to make a wish for
the midsummer fairies to make true.
Molly led off with a ,wish that the
Pink Lady might come to life and lead
them in a dance, which really happen
ed, and they danced the minuet, the
gay Little Pink Lady and the cemure
ittle maidens. She waived an airy
farwell, told Ann to cheer up, and
went back into the fan. Ann looking
cioseiy into tne loids of the fan
bund a paper proving her right to!g
her estates and all ended happily. I
Ocala is indebted to the primary it
school for the privilege of seeing a f
play so altogether pure and lovely. a
Mrs. Frederick Hocker had it in S
charge and to her is due the careful; 8
and finished work of training the girls t
and the artistic presentation of it as j 5
a whole. To Mrs. Cole is due our ap-
preciation of the music of the minuet. 1
A substantial sum was added to the j
piano fund of the primary schooLtr
which goes to the buying of a newJ $ 3 prescription for CcIdS,
piano so badly needed
away baking powder
monev vastm bakinrr
time if you are
met Balang Powder.
If youdoubt" it just cive Calumet one
trial. The caving it makes will prove that
is the best baking powder in tte world-r-cold
zt the fairest price costs far lees than high
priced Trust brands coots but little mere
th?i cheap brands gives r.tuclt better results than
either. You use enly half the amount usually re requiredit
quiredit requiredit goes almost twice as far. It never fails,
never causes baking lacs.
Used in millions cf hemcsby Icadipn pcttlz.
resiatiranis ana ccos. xv v,w.- rvr i
powder for all requirements. Mada m the (
Tvcrld's largest, finest, meet .sanitary Eo-ni
irs?der Factories. j
BAKINGPOWr' A i J
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Train? ii !itiscseaila.
TsaKjii l 4UJU ff Ill-it:!
XS&'Wasay milium 1 1 rii (iirwaigw
A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz.
Some baking powders come in 12 02. cans
instead of 16 oz. cans, lie sure you
pound when you want it
f r"s I
1 "Christinas Cheer
: Z2i Cheerful Clones"
xt That's the corabina corabina-n
n corabina-n tion we offer you for the
f Joyful Xmas season. Let
j Santa Claus send your
I suit through our Agency
1 J. A. CHANDLER
120 S. Main St, Upstairs
1 can now give you the
f very latest, up-to-date
meuioas, assuring yea
most careful and
mi. k. j. wEinc
Optometrirt and Of .citn
That Increases in Value
Onp nf thpp Inrrfp !nt; nn t
FORT KING AVE.
iTODtS on r t. lUllg and
Ocklawaha Aves. h
Own your home
When you pay rent you
have kissed your
See L f.l. i'lURRV
118 Fort King Avenue
Fever and LaGrippe. Ifs the
most speedy rewedy v.eknow.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1S21
Non-Skd, $ 8.00
We Specialise On
FORI) AND CHEVROLET
HEP AM W ORK
JAS. EJJGESSER, Prop.
av t'tione zo. rutrni rnone ...
I have decided to pat on the market
my land out on tne .biiver springs
road, Oklawaha and Fost King ave
nues, will sea ifi or nve-acre 1013,
part cash ard five years to pay bal
ance, bee me tor terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on th
property. Bay a lot and start you an
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or selL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37. Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. .This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on DroDerty which are rented.
Fart cash, balance on terms.
were added to the rolL At the close
of the meeting a social session was
enjoyed. The time of meeting was
changed from Thursday in each month
PLEASANT PARTY FOR
TWO CIIAJi.UJNG VISITORS
Mrs. Hartzof jnd Mis Daisve Til t-
Mr. Bowden of Atlanta, will spend to the first and third week in each2er Qf Columbia, S. C two attractive!
week-end in Ocala the guest of
T. W; Lutz and family.
Circle A of the Baptist Missionary
Society met with Mrs. C. L. Collin3
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Devotional exercises and business
plans for the new year's work occu occupied
pied occupied the hour. Five new "members
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
C. V. Roberts
A very beautiful line of Leather
Goods, practical giftis for the business
man, useful gifts for the woman.
Shop early. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. GERIG. 5-6t
dqfen a Jlgrsh Dry ohrt
Millions of -women
produces the most
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Fort King Ave.
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR ALL If
it is a trunk, Goldman has it. O.
K. a Columbia phonograph, that
would be a wonderful surprise for
mother, who works day in and day
out with but very little recreation.
How music soothes tired nerves.
Then every member of the family
would enjoy this treat. 8-3t
Dmy Public Official Says Thcd Thcd-ford's
ford's Thcd-ford's B!ack-Dranght Helps Him
Keep Physically FiL j
Clay City, Ky. "I have been In
business here for twenty-one ; years; years;-am
am years;-am also coroner, riding the Kentucky
hills and hollows in all kinds of
weather and under .all kinds of con conditions,"
ditions," conditions," says Mr. Sam T. Carr, of this
place. "To be able to do so, I mnst
keep physically fitv ,and Thedford'9
lack-Draught is my stand-by.
"These trips used to give me head headaches,
aches, headaches, and that, I found, came from
hurried meals or from constipation.
"I was convinced that Black-Draught
'as good, so now 1 itse it, and It gives
jerfect satisfaction. It acts on th 3
uver, relieves indigestion,' and certain certainly
ly certainly is splendid. I am never without It."
, When you have a feeling of di scorn
'ort after meals, causing a bloating
sensation, headache, bad breath, and
similar common symptoms, try taking
a pinch. of Black-Draught after meals
a pinch, of. the dry powder, washed
down with a swallow of water. This
has been "found to assist the stomach
and liver to carry on their normal
work, and helps prevent, or relieve,
Your drnggist can supply you with
this well-known, purely-vegetable liver
medicine. Insist upon Thedford's. the
original and, only genuine Black Black-nraucht
nraucht Black-nraucht Mver medicine. NTV137
will break a Cold, Fever snd
4"t t.l. 1 a,
unypt; quilKtr UIUU anyilling; Symphony Lawn, that good paper.
We kCOW.prevenlmgpneCinOnin in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store
ANNOU N C E M E N
, i u ' ' '
, Having purchased the stock and fixtures of the Allemand
Jewelery Store in the Harrington Hall Block, I take this me method
thod method of announcing that I will endeavor to maintain the high
standard which has prevailed in this establishment in the past.
Besides earring a complete line of Jewelery and its kindred
lines, I shall maintain an up-to-date repair department with
competent help. My holiday announcement will appear in a
few days. Soliciting a share of the patronage of the people
of this section and assuring all that they will get a square deal
in every transaction, I am
, Yours for husisness r
. SAM T. WILSON
JEWELER ; J'?
T .0 E W O O ID 2
82.00 PER LOAD DELIVERED
B. III. TODD LUMBER CO.
Business opened with a
We truly appreciate the good spirit of the Ocala peo people
ple people for the interest taken in the opening of our CANDY
KITCHEN at U-Serve Store No. 2. It proves that they
are all boosters. We are confident that we did not make
arty mistake by opening this institution in Ocala. Parents -:
need have? no fear as to the purity of the candies we
make thu kiddies are safe in eating them in quantities,
and our prices are moderate. We are specializing on
LOG CABIN PECAN ROLLS PER POUND 75c.
ATLANTIC CITY SALT WATER TAFFY, CAKE 5c.
CAND 7 KITCHEN'
month, so not to conflict with other
meetings in' the city.
Mr. W, H. Evans arrived in the city
several days ago to accept a position
with the Goldman furniture store. Mr.
Evans is an eJtpert in this line of bus business
iness business and will make Ocala his perma permanent
nent permanent home. Mr. and Mrs. Evans are
now making their home at the Flor Florida
ida Florida House, and will go to housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping about January first.
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf
FOR RENT Four furnished rooms.
Can be used for light housekeeping
if desired. Apply to Jesse Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, corner of Osceola and Second
FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six
rooms, hall, bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Davies. 8-6t
W ANTED Our friends to buy their
Christmas gifts from us. Your
credit is good, therebjr it is no
hardship on you to shop here. Ev
erything to make your friend hap
py. A nice handbag, a rocker or a
rug. Goldman's. 3t
GOLDMAN Handles everything to
be used in the house cook stoves,
, heaters, ranges, oil cook stoves and
- heaters,, all grades of furniture
from the cheapest to the best. A
nice 1 rocker. Come early and tell
your neighbors. Remember the
WANTED A piano to rent. Address
"W," care Star. 7-3t
WANTED--Lady to operate hem
-4' stitching machine. Apply to Singer
Sewing Machine Co., Fort King
Ave and S. Magnolia St. 7-4t
What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show
ing this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers," The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf
FOR SALE One-ton, 1920 Ford
truck; and 1919 Ford roadster.
Must sell at once. Need the cash.
Address C. F. Rayner, 239 Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue, city. 7-3t
WANTED A' good standard type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. Must be in good condition.
If reasonable, will pay cash. X. Y.
Z., care Star. 616t
WANTED At once, a job of some
. kind. Had six months' experience in
grocery store, also a Ford mechanic.
Good reference. State ; salary. Ad Address
dress Address W. C. Hall, Anthony, Fla. 5-9t
FOR RENT Close in, rooms fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at
- Singer office, corner Magnolia and
Fort King. 5-6t
FOR RENT Furnished bed room,
either one or two beds. Apply to
1106 S. Orange St. or phone 169. 3t
FOR SALE Cabbage, onion and let lettuce
tuce lettuce plants. H. P. Bitting. 3-6t
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, phpne 461 or
WOOD AND ORANGES A nice lot
. of oak and pine wood in stove and
fireplace size $5.50 per cord of
three strands or $2 per strand. Also
have a nice lot of oranges at $1 per
hundred or $2.50 a packed box. W.
D. Cam, phone 191. 30-tf
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, $250.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
garage. 2 6-tf
WOOD Cordrey can deliver you 14
and 15-inch wood, seasoned oak,
split7 ready for the stove, at $8.50
per cord. Or four-foot wood at $4
a cord. L. E. Cordrey, phone 434,
FOR SALE Ford 'worm drive truck
in : 'excellent condition, equipped
withVcord tires. A good buy. App!y
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
FOR SALE Florida Snrehead cab cabbaged
baged cabbaged and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thou-.
. thou-. sandj f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 V Wyomina stret,' phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100
,.' pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla- 28-tf
LOST A plain gold ling, Sunday
last,- somewhere between Grace
Episcopal church and South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia stret. Finder kindly return
. to Star office. s 8-2t
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
Machine office. No. 5! Fort King
Ave Mail orders returned same day
as received. 28-tf
FOR SALE Just recerred a carload
of cedar posts, largt; and smalL
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at A. C L. depot. 15-tf
FOR SALE Six room modern house;
lights, bath and sewer connection;
on nice lot close in for less than
cost of building. Address, Bar Bar-gain,"
gain," Bar-gain," care Star. 12-2-12t
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig!
Presbyterian Auxiliary circle No. 3,
Mrs. G. S. Scott chairman, will be
hostess to the monthly silver tea to
be held at the home of Mrs. W. B.
Thorn; 215 Watula street, from 4 to 6
o'clock Monday afternoon, Dec. 12th.
AH members and friends of the
church are cordially invited to attend.
GADSON has toys the year round.
See his line before going elsewhere. 2t
New ladies' shoes, baby Louis heels.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-t
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
visitors in town, were yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the honorees of a theater
party given by Mrs. J. Harry Wal
ters. After an hour spent at the
Temple, where Constance Binney was
shown in one of her best pictures, the
hostess took her guests to her home,
where an hour was spent with music
nd interesting conversation. Mrs.
Walters served chicken salad, wafers,
olives and cheese, tinted and formed
to represent crab apples, and a sweet
ccurse consisting of Neapolitan whip
with cake and hot coffee.
This pretty home was decorated for r
the occasion with quantities of pink'
carnations and asparagus fern. These
flowers were also used in. the dining
room, the centerpiece for the table
being a vase of carnations which
were mirrored in a big crystal reflec reflector,
tor, reflector, the whole surrounded with a deli delicate
cate delicate tracery of asparagus fern. The
lights were shaded in pink and two
lighted candles placed on the table
cast a soft radiance over all.
During the stay here of these visi visitors
tors visitors they have been the honor guests
of several parties, this one proving
one of the most enjoyable of the
The following were among those in invited
vited invited to meet Mrs. Hartzog and Miss
Rizer: Mrs. Harry Borland, Mrs.
Raiford Simmons, Mrs. Charles Rhei Rhei-nauer,
nauer, Rhei-nauer, Mrs. Carson Lee, Mrs. Edmund
Martin, Mrs. Leverett Futch, Mrs.
Paul Simmons, Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs.
R. S. Hall, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.,
Mrs. W. M. Palmer, Mrs. N. C. Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, Mrs. Norton Davis, Misses Ethel
Home, Nettie and Stella Camp, Annie
Davis, Eloise Henry, Elizabeth Davis,
Mabel Meffert, Callie and Lucille Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Elizabeth Bennett, Dorothy
Schreiber and Margaret Lloyd.
CnarEaieeJ 11a Years
Oklawaha and Zlaln t.
Mrs. Sam Leigh of Jacksonville',
who has been visiting Mrs. B. F. Con Condon,
don, Condon, will be the guest of Mrs. G rider
Perkins next week.
Christmas cards "made in Dixie,"
at Gerig's Drug Store. ; 5-tf
Choice live poultry Is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 108, Main
Street Market. 6-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mrs. Mallory Liddon, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. A.
Waterman, returned to her home in
Plant now and have abundance of
h:gh value green feed for dairy cows,
igs, chickens, etc. For plants and
articualrs see F. W. Ditto. Ocala,
"la. J 17-tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meal3 in the city for 50 cent.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
2C0, 310 N. Main street. tf
This is a Studebaker year.
Celery, lettuce, cauliflower,
nuts, applies, cucumbers, peppers,
grapes, : assorted nuts, cranberries,
grapefruit, oranges. Bananas still 35
cents per dozen. Fort King Confec Confectionery,
tionery, Confectionery, phone 596. 7-3t
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service.
5-12t The Ocala Jewelers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rawls, who
have- been living on South Pine street,
have moved and are now living with
Mrs. Rawls' mother, Mrs. Cleveland.
Pomp'ano, Spanish mackerel and
blue fisH received today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 5-3t
Smoke Don Re,y. That good cigar.
Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be bad in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
. A smart little boy, aged eleven,
wants work to do every afternoon
after school is out. He is intelligent
and willing and, small as he is, his
family needs the money. Call on Pro Probation
bation Probation Officer M. M. Little at his store
or phone him at 445.
FEDERAL DOUGHNUTS. 6t
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and sea the
lrfrge line on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith." 1-tf
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
i s prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
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
Be among the early shoppers at
GADSON'S. You will find the toys
Candy, fruit cake, fancy work for
sale Saturday, Dec. 10th, on the Ocala
House porch by the members of the
Friendship Wesley Bible Gass. 3-t
Delicious home made candy will be
on sale at the Temple theater Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night for the benefit of the piano
fund of the primary school. 7-2t
Guaranteed fresh meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of the city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
Ocala, Florida Phone 348
5 DO AN
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The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's
Drug Store. . 5-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good eisxl J
Flaconettes perfumery, U cc;
Phone 234. Court Phsmxcj. i:
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The Season of Good Cheer and Giving
We suggest in these times the giving of useful presents!
Why give gimcracVs of no value, that will break tomor tomor-row.
row. tomor-row. Think of something useful and trade with FISHEf,
FOR DADDY FOR MOTHER FOR JOHN ?
Tie Coat OR MARY
?P Skirt Jie
nat c Cap
Belt anoes jIat
Shirt Towela Suit
Shoes Hosiery. Tain
Sweater Slippers' Coat
Garters Sweater. Shirt
Slippers j Shirfwaist; Dolls . ' :.-
Trousers Dress Cloth Shoes
Suit Case Table Cloth Dress
Cuff Links Pillow Cases Pants
Handkerchiefs Fancy Collars Sweater --
Slef-ve Holders i Handkerchiefs Stocking ; ''";
EVERWEAR SOX Pungaiaw Apron Middy Ties 1
fSS Tt. ST 'J
, We are sole agents for the Gibson
line of Christmas Cards. "Nuff said."
THE .SPECIALTY. SHOP, A. E.
A wonderful assortment of Volland
Books for the children, dainty, gift
books for the adult friend. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 6t
GADSON has always carried a full
N. M. Ditto and Mr. ...
Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Frazier of Versailles, Ky., are
again with us for the winter. They
are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Portwood of Chicago.
Baked beans and brown
Cartels Bakery Saturday.
Give GADSON your order for Santa
Claus. He has what the children
- Your friends can buy any gift you
can give them except your photo photograph.
graph. photograph. Make the appointment early
at Revel's Studio, over the Guarantee
Clothing and Shoe Store. l-6t
Evidence that can be verified. i
Fact is what we want.
Opinion is not enough.
Here's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
V. Mrasek, tinner, 210 Osceola SL,
says: "When living in Memphis, Temx,
a number of years ago, I was suffer-
jing with a bad back and weak kid
neys. My kidneys acted too frequent frequently
ly frequently and the secretions appeared un unnatural.
natural. unnatural. My" back grew more painful
ewry day and I could hardly do any
lifting or stooping. I felt weak and
depressed until someone advised me
to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I got a
The friends of Mrs. Harris McAteerjbox of this medicine and it helped me
k ovmr fn t,.,, thof ,1,- "; a few days and soon cured me tn tn-will
will tn-will be sorry to hear that she has jtirely of m tTOuhU
been sick for several days and hope i gOc., at an dealers. Don't
she will soon be well again. jsimply ask for a kidney remedy get
! Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
GADSON is headquarters for toys'Jfj- Mrsk1ha Foster-Milburn Co.,
j AL r. o o jMfrs Buffalo, N. Y Adv. 8
and Christmas gifts. 9-2t i
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
Mrs. Edith Melson and son, Floyd contractor in the city.
leave this afternoon for a visit with,r .
Mrs. A W. Melson. t ; Rnb-ll V-Tisn.HiiSCS lit 22 d
Salt n illet, already scaled, at the
City Fih Market. 24-tf
See our new novelty ladies' shoes.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-6t
j killer for Infected seres, IctlerJ
the big dolls in the window. 9-2t jSpralllS, CCuHlIia, ThCJiniSfiSZl
FOR' SALE on TO UEmi
I have some very desirable houses and Epart Epart-ments
ments Epart-ments furnished and unfurnished.
ECGmS-VilLSC'i EEALTY CO.
Everything Good To Eat
A b-"l ")
Negotiable Storage Recctpt fsnsed o Cotton, Aetocl
SIOVE, PACK, SHIP
FJ'RNlTURn. ETC .,
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