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WEATHER FORECAST Parly cloudy tonight and Tuesday, little change in temperature.
TEMPERATURES This morning. 50; this afternoon, 73.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER' li), 1921
IRISH FEAR ME
All AWFUL YEAR
QT FAR AHEAD
LACKED 111 SAFETY
TO TOTE FAIR
WILL MEET HEBE
Ulster's Opposition to Revision Of
Boundaries Slay Yet Bring On
The Much Dreaded
London, Dec. 19. (By Associated
Press). Civil war in Ireland arising
from Ulster's opposition to the pro proposed
posed proposed revision of her boundaries un under
der under the Irish peace treaty is seriously
threatened according to the political
correspondent of the Westminister
CRACK SHOTS OF THE
COUNTY WILL COMPETE
Big Turkey Shoot ait Smith Lake
Thursday Afternoon With Supper
On the Grounds in The
On Thursday, Dec. 22nd, the Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view Gun and Rod Club will stage a
big Christmas shoot at the club
grounds at Smith Lake. In addition
to the trap shooting there will be a
big turkey shoot. The turkeys will be
shot for with a 22-caIibre rifle, the
best score in each event winning a
There will be
rifles and ammunition on, the grounds,
and the shoot will" start promptly at
two o'clock. Last, but not least, there
will ha ih wrrtrmrla" and
when Belleview says "supper on the
grounds" it means something. You
Hnn'f kTO fft 9 ,1nVn,,mW tn en.
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Go and take a friend with you. The
Ocala Gun Club has cancelled its
shoot for that date, and the members
eypect to attend the Eelleview shoot.
I On account of. haviri g orders for as
many cakes as I can get out before
( Christmas, am not takin? anv more
orders until Dec. 27th, after which
time will accept orders for all kinds
of cakes, timbals, etc.," for
Mrs. L. W. Ponder, phones
239..--. ;.:-.".;.: 1 Z, -'
THE BOOK SHOP is just in receipt
of some of the NEWEST things from
Vantme. : All of them moderate in1
price. : 17-3t
; JACOBS' SUPERB CANDY in holi holiday
day holiday boxes, priced from 10c. to $25, at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
ADDITION AT THE BOOK SHOP
j The Book Shop has enlarged its
jewelry department within the past
few weeks and is now in position to
furnish practically EVERYTHING in
this line. All of the lap-to-date staple
and novelty articles are in stock, in-
eluding a vast quantity of solid gold
and sterling silver iewelrv. which
makes af tet all the most suitable and
lasting holiday oresents. Then, too, 81Sns ,n clocks m mahogany, mahog mahog-be
be mahog-be sure to take a lcok at the extensive finish' brass anad silver; thire
cases of pretty pottery and glass- are eight-day alarm clocks m the lot.
Some new CANDY JARS at THE
lit -.j -" : v;
Mrs. Sam Leigh is the guest of Mrs
G. C Sheppard until the latter part
of the week, when she will return to
her home in Jacksonville for Christ-
mas. Mr. Leigh, arrived in Ocala Fri
day and spent the week-end with Mrs.
i Please shop today at THE BOOK
SHOP as we can give you much better
service than if you wait until the
24th. THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Ladies' COATS. New Stoc just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles. FISHEL'S 12-3t
Mrs. H. M. Hampton is spendmg a
few days in Jacksonville, having left
You want prorer stationery, dont
you? We have it for you. Select as-
ScvrtiriPTit. T?v f!Virist.Tr(ji hrYs t
Anti-Monopoly Drui? Store. 10-10t
You will make it easier for yourself
and for us if you will shop before Sat
urday at in; JBUUiv stiur. iy-4t
- -, T.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Good and Miss
Ebme Good of Texa s, after a pleasant
visit in Ocala with Mr. Good's brother,
Mr. John Good and family, have re
There's no extra cnarge for clean-
mg your fish at the City Fish Market-
I Box containing two dozen small
Christmas candles for 25 cents at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-6t
All of Us Who Live Until 1926 Will
Have Terrible Trouble, Says
British Journal of
London, Dec. 19. The year 1926 is
destined to shake the world to its
foundation, both physically and polit politically.
ically. politically. There will be a succession of
plagues, famine, floods, shipwrecks,
rioting and revolution, so says the
British Journal of Astrology, which
has "drawn a horoscope for that year,
when the planets Mars and Mercury
will be in conjunction.
"Six years later the great Arma Armageddon
geddon Armageddon isto take place. It will be
i he final conflict between Mohamme Mohammedanism,
danism, Mohammedanism, allied with bolshevism,
r.srainst a united Anglo-Saxon world.
It will end in universal peace in 1932,
but there will be so few of us left
peace would happen anyhow," says
STUDENTS LOST THEIR STRIKE
The usual early morning quiet of
?'ne Dare waS broken this morning
by ringing cheers, ii. which the silvery
soPrano of girlish voices mingled in
e(lual measure with deeper masculine
noles- "own lUaln btreet anu arounu
the square marched the pupils of the
hlh scho.01' wo two Wlth thelr
bO0kS lln(ler ttielT armS
Yells of "Strike!" and "Two weeks
for Christmas!" rose throughout the
line. After marching eround the
sffe the Parade ended at the door
tLe "students bunched up and gave
well organized yells for a longer va vacation
cation vacation and expressed to Mr. Shealy
their determination not to go to
school this week. Mr. Shealy told
them to stop their foolishness and
return to the school where they be-
longed. The crowd dispersed but did
not return to the school house.
The entire high school assembled
as usual on "the grounds this morning
arid formed in line at the ringing of
the first bell. When the second bell
rang and the school was expected to
march upstairs, the march began as
usual but the leaders of the boys' and
girls' lines left the school house and
came" to town. The pupils declared
they had absolutely no intention of
returning to school this week.'
Under the persuasion of their par
ents, however, most of the children
returned to school. All but a dozen
were at their desks this afternoon.
NEW GOODS AT THE BOOK SHOP
The buyer for The Book Shop has
just returned from the eastern mar
kets, where he was able to obtain
I i 1 j a iL
raany entirely new articles ior me
holiday trade, some of which have
neve een m tne marKets oeiore,
among them a number of beautiful de-
. numDer oi pretty new items ior
library, desk and home use, which are
useful as well as ornamental and
l111 suitame girrs ior iaaies or gen-
tl'men, are to be found among the
Sterling Silver PICTURE Frames
st THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
"I would walk all around town to
trade at your store, you always seem
so pleasant," said a lady when trad-
ing at "FISHEL'S,
the store of
I "Friendly Wishes.'
Give of box of "EVKKWfiAK" or
I "WONDLRHOSE." Your salvation,
mother. Only at FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Please'have mercy on THE BOOK
SHOP force and shop before Satur-
I day. 19-4t
We have a large assortment oi
I Christmas fruits and vegetables amv
I ing daily. Free delivery, phone 596
I Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
I place. 14-6t
I Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over.,Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men 30-tf
niCKORY, 0AK- AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf
For Durrance and Mrs. Pierson, Killed
By Carter Pierson at a Saturday
Clearwater, Dec. 19. Carter Pier Pier-son,
son, Pier-son, residing between Tarpon Springs
and Ofdsmar, was arrested today by
Sheriff Lindsey, charged with killing
Saturday night Mrs E. Pierson and a
man named Durrance, at a dange at
oaf ety Harbor.
Lindsey said the trouble started
when Pierson, a brother-in-law of the
3lain woman., ordered her rot to dance
with Durrance. She disregarded the
order and Pierson started an argu argument.
ment. argument. Witnesses said Durrance fired
Srst. When the shooting began the
woman tried to escape. She passed
between the men and fell dead with
a bullet in her head. Durrance, who
was wounded, was removed in an au automobile
tomobile automobile but tiled before reaching his
According to reports. f rem Suther Suther-!ynd,
!ynd, Suther-!ynd, where Mrs. Pierson and Dur Durrance
rance Durrance lived, they were buried yester yester-Jav
Jav yester-Jav afternoon, although the coroner
was not notified and no inquest was
The vulcanizing and tire establish establishment
ment establishment operated for number of years
by Mr. H. A. Davies on North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street has been acquired by the
Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing Company,
with Mr. J. R. Long as manager. .Mr.
Long is well known to the auto own owners
ers owners in and around Ocala, as he has for
several years been engaged in this
line of work here. He is a young and
energetic, business man, and thi3
connected with his first hand knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the mechanical end of the
industry should mean his success in
his new undertaking. The company
will also continue to handle the Hood
line of tires which .Mr. Davies ha3
iad tor several years.
-OCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F.- E. McClane is now located
u Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
nhne 151. tt
KID BODY DOLLS AT The GIFT
SHOP, H. H. H. corner. 17-3t
Some NEW THINGS in CHINA at
HE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv arriving
ing arriving daily. Free delivery, phone 596,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
Gold Band China DINNER SETS
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Ladies' HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Let Us Furnish
Makers of the
Premier Briand Says that His Coun Country
try Country Will Not Do Anything to Dis Disturb
turb Disturb Naval Ratio Program
London, Dec. 19. (By Associated
Press) -France will accept the origi original
nal original naval ratio laid down by Secretary
Hughes at the Washington confer conference,
ence, conference, Premier Briand informed George
Harvey, American ambassador, at
their meeting here last night. He au authorized
thorized authorized the ambassador to notify the
American government to that effect.
The question of submarines was not
LAKELAND BROKE THE
The Ocala girls lest their basketball
grame in Lakeland Saturday by the
score of 20 to 11. It was the first
pame that Ocala lias lost this year.
Ocala" does not like alibi stuff 6r ex
cuses, but it is necessary this time to
ay something of the reason for this
defeat. It appears that Ocala has
been practicing by Reaches' rules and
the game was played by Spalding's
rules. There is a slight difference in
the rules in regard to throwing goals.
Goals thrown as Ocala had been prac
ticing only counted one point, while
thrown the other way they counted
two points. In addition to causing
Ocala to make les when goals were
thrown, this change was confusing
and caused the forwards to throw
fewer goals. The passing of the
Ocola team was r? to the usual high
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms,
all modern conveniences for light
housekeeping. Apply at No. 212
Orange avenue. 19-tf
FOR RENT Three nice rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply to Mrs. Martha
Williams, 212 Orange avenue, or
phone 39. 12-19-tf
RAGS WANTED Several hundred
pounds of rags (no sewing room
sciapa); must be well laundered.
Will pay 5 cents a pound. Star
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished.
Apply to G28 N. Magnolia St. 3t
FOR SALF. 100 acre farm, splendid
land; also nice large residence in
city of 10,000. Lyman Rodgers,
Santos, Fla. 17-lt
FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
White Wyandotte cock bird, thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109T5.
5th St., Ocala, Fla. 15-lm
FARM WANTED North Georgian
wants to buy small farm in good
community and good land; four. to
six-room house; equipped or un unequipped.
equipped. unequipped. Some terms. Best of
references in hand. Address North
G?orgian, Ocala, Fla. 15-2t
- OR SALE CHEAP L. C .Smith
typ'.'v-it-r. Good, as new. Apply to
E. A. Revels, over Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. J6-3t
FOR RENT Several large, well ven ven-.tilated
.tilated ven-.tilated and nicely furnished bed
rooms. Airly at 504 East Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Ave., phone 379. 15-6t
PLANTS FOR SALE Charleston
Wakefiell and Surehead cabbage,
Crystal Wax Beimuda onion. Big
Boston lettuce. C- H. Cooner, 746
Wyomina St., Phone 389. 15-tf
STRAYED One dark brown horse,
weight POO lbs.; last seen near Mar Mar-tel.
tel. Mar-tel. Reward for his return or infor information
mation information leading to his recovery. C
M. Livingston, Ocala House, Ocala,
WANTED 50 boys from 8 to 18
years of age. From $3.50 to $5 can
be made by just walking across the
courthou?e square if you buy one of
our boys' suits, for money saved is
money made. Two pair of pants
with some of these suits. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Bro., near Federal Bakery. 8t
FOR SALE Ford sedan in excellent
mechanical -condition. Recently re repainted;
painted; repainted; good tires. Price, J400.
Apply to Mrs. M. A. Home. 14-6t
FOR SALE Nice fat Christmas tur
keys. Address C. P. Howell, Box
1S8, Ocala. 14-Ct
REFRIGERATORS Now is the time
to save money on that refrigerator.
Just received a carload. Bought
when the price was right, and we
can assure our patrons the same
privilege. If you have an old one,
The Local Post Asks the Hearty Co
operation of the Citizens of
Ocala in Entertaining
Sumter L. Lowry Jr., commander
of the department of Florida, ha3
called a meeting of the post com commanders
manders commanders and adjutants of the "Ameri "American
can "American Legion in Florida and a confer conference
ence conference of the state executive committee
to be-held in Ocala, Jan. 9th and 10th.
Arrangements for the entertainment
of these legionnaires from all parts
of the state are being made by the
Marion County Post No. 27. The
members of the local post are highly
elated over the opportunity bf having
the post commanders and adjutants
and the "executive committee meet
lure. A meeting of this kind means
a bringing together of representatives
from every post in the state. It is j
expected that there will be about 120
representatives from the various
Marion County Post No. 27 will
ask for the co-operation and financial
assistance of the citizens of Ocala in
the entertainment of the visiting ex ex-service
service ex-service men. The following commit commit-te
te commit-te has been named for the purpose of
raising an entertainment fund: El-
wood Raymond, chairman, M. C. Iz-
lar, R. L. Anderson Jr., W. C. Ray and
Rev. J. J. Neighbour. This commit committee
tee committee will call on the merchants and
business men and others.
The following bulletin has been "is
sued from headquarters of the Amer American
ican American Legion department of Florida:
A conference of post commanders
and adjutants, together with a meet
ing of the department executive com
mittee will; be held in Ocala, Fla., on
January 9th and 10th, 1922. 1 It is the
duty of every post adjutant in the
state to attend this conference and
fret his work lined up for the coming
year. If you are an old adjutant, be
there to help the others get started.
If you are a new one, be there to get
.started yourself. Unfortunately, no
expenses can be borne by the depart department
ment department but local posts should see to it
hat arrangements are made, as it
will be money well spent. Full infor
mation as to program, etc., will fol follow
low follow in a later bulletin. Mark the date
on your new calendar and make your
plans to attend.
Sumter L. Lowry, Jr.,
Commander Department of Florida.
J. Y. Cheney, Adjutant.
we will exchange with you, allowing
you a fair price for yours. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. 12-tf.
WANTED To rent, a 5. 6 or 7-foot
counter show case. Inquire at the
Candy Kitchen, No. 2 U-Serve
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, $250.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
PHONOGRAPHS That old phono phonograph
graph phonograph that you have discarded,
send it in, or call us Op and we will
send our salesman to give you an
estimatem same in exchange for
one of our up-to-date Columbia or
Pathe machines. New records al always
ways always on hand. Goldman. 12-tf
FURNITURE We buy, exchange and
sell all kinds of furniture. If you
have any odd pieces of furniture
that do not match your suite, ex exchange
change exchange them for some that does
match. We take your old goods as
part payment. Goldman's. 12-tf
FOR RENT Comfortable rooms for
light housekeeping, hot and cold
water and bath; well ventilated.
Also 4-room apartment, and 3-room
connected apartment. Call at Dorm Dormitory
itory Dormitory or phone SCo. 16-3t
FOUND Bunch of keys. Owner can
have same by paying advertising
expenses and proving property.
Star office. 19-3t
FOR SALE Shetland pony and cart.
Write Mrs. E. B. Lytle, Stanton,
Let us furnish your Christmas
fruit cake; 50 cents a pound. Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Bakery. 19-3t
Candles for the holidays either for
home or Christmas tree decorations.
Variety of colors and prices. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-t
Vast Eruption in the Andes of One Of
South Amerca's Great
Buenos Aires, Dec. 19 (Associated
Press). va3t clouds of volcanic"
ashes from erupting volcanoes in the
Andes are sweeping across Argentina.
obscuring the sun in many sections.
FIRE AT LANG LEY FIELD
Two Hundred Thousand Dollar
Worth Government Property
Newport News. Dec. 19 Four huce
frame hangers at Lanelev field were
destroyed by fire this morning, with
a loss estimated at S200.000 On
Martin bombing plane was destroyed.
Miss Virginia Branch of Athens.
Ga., is the guest of her friend, Mrs.
L C. Temple.
Circle A of the Baptist Missionary
Society will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Charles Knight,
535 Lake Weir avenue. A good at attendance
tendance attendance is desired. Mrs. Overton,
ELECTRIC PERFUMERS at THE
BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Dr. D. M. Smith has returned home,
after a pleasant visit to his son, Mr.
Morris Smith, and family in Miami.
In the county judge's office Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, Judge Futch officiat officiating,
ing, officiating, Miss Nina Seckinger of Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship was married to Mr. Geo. L. Proc Proctor
tor Proctor of Pedro.
Nothing but the best nuts, dates,
figs, currants, citron, orange peel,
lemon peel, raisins, spices, butter,
sugar, eggs and flour are used in our
fruit cakes; 50 cents a pound. Carter's
Mrs. W M. McDonald's friends are
glad to see her out again, after sev several
eral several weeks f illness.
Christmas stories will be told at the
primary school on Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3:30. The children of the
town are cordially invited to attend.
Fruit Cake, 50 cents a pound.
Carter's BaLery. 19-3t
PLAYTHINGS that last at THE
GIFT SHOP. 19-4t
GINGHAMS! It wouldn't look like
t'iere was a shortage on Ginghams to
see our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show showing
ing showing this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. SO-tf
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
CORRESPONDENCE CARDS with
silver, gold or plain border in assorted
tints, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
One of the best values in the Bar Bar-nett
nett Bar-nett stock which we bought at mas
ter's sale, are the men's hats. These
hats are the Young brand, well known
and reliable. Wide range of shapes
and shades. Don't worry about the
prices. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t
. We have a large assortment of
Christmas fruits and vegetables arriv arriving
ing arriving daily. Free delivery, phone 596,
Fort King Confectionery, Mason's
"CHERRY" Serge, the newest color
for Wool Middies. Dresses, Slipovas,
at "FISHEL'S." 12-3t
X-MAS RIBBONS, PAPER AND
BOXES AT THE BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
' Choice live poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 103, Main
Street Market. 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Black and
small son of Lawtey, are expected in
Ocala to spend Christmas with Mrs.
Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.' W.
Wall Street Closely Guarded in Con Consequence
sequence Consequence of Prominent Stock
Broker Receiving an Anony Anonymous
mous Anonymous Warning
New Yolk, Dec. 19. Wall street's
principal financial institutions were
guarded today in anticination of an
other bomb explosion, warning of
which was sent to a broker advising
him to leave town or the vicinity of
the stock exchange. The police are in inclined
clined inclined to treat the anonymous predic prediction
tion prediction with skepticism but extra precau
tions were taken.
Sometime ago .Mr. T. M. Kilrore
collected a fund for for a Ford car, to
be used by the nurses at the Marion
County Hospital, lut it was rater de decided
cided decided that the purchase of a car would
be inadvisable and he has returned
some of the funds coveted, but he
still has on hand ever $100, most of
which was donated by out of town
people, some of which was given as
"Cash," without any name. Mr. Kil-
gore wishes to notify these people
that any or all who have contributed
and wish their donations returned and
have not already received same, will
please see him. If by Jan. 1. 1922. he
still has a sum on hand he will donate
same to the King's Daughters, a char
ity organization of Ocala. and for a
cause that he knows is worthy.
Fresh eggs 55 cents per dozen at
farmers' Exchange Stoe. 19-4t
Men's Furnishings and Hats. We
can please you. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
NEW DRESSED DOLLS AT THE
GIFT SHOP. l7-3t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
GIFTS THAT LAST AT THE
BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Solid Gold Cameos, Brooches. Bar
Pins, Lingerie Pins, Cuff Licks, etc..
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
The sweetest story ever told, the
Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Peter Russell DuBoise, Complainant,
vs. Lillian Hope Mapp DuBoise.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Lillian Hope
Mapp DuBoise, be and is hereby re required
quired required to appear to the bill' of com complaint
plaint complaint filed in this cause on or before
Monday, the 2nd day of January, 1922.
It is farther 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, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By R. K. Batts, D. C.
H. M. Hampton",
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-28-mon
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth JtjJ! JtjJ!-cial
cial JtjJ!-cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County, in Chancery.
Philmore Nichols, Complainant vs.
Mary Le Nichols. Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.
It Is ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: Mary lee Nichols,
be and she is hereby reuir-d to apxear
to the bill of complaint filed In this
cause on or before
Meaday, the Sad day f January, 1K2.
It is further orderel that a copy of
this order' be published once a week
for eig"ht consecutive wt--ks in the
Ocala Evenin? Star, newsjaper pub
lished in said county ana etate.
This 4fh iay of November.
Sal T. D. UVXCASTia, JR..
Clf-rk Circuit Court, Marion Cou-nty,
Floriia. l:v trances Tarver, D. C
Compiainast's Solicitor. .ll-5-8t-at
NOTICE OF M'KCIAL MASTER'S SALS
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final deer- of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered in arid ty the circuit
court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of
the ta:e of Florida, in and for Marion
county, in chancery, on the twe&ty-
ftrst day of November, a. v. iszi. in
that certain cu-e pecdinsr in said
court wherein It S. Tlosrers is complain complainant
ant complainant and Anna B. Taylor and Herbert
Taylor are defendant,, the undersispsed
therein ax-pomtea special maier in
chancery to execute the provisions of
said decree, will, on
Mtuda;, the Sad day f January, A. D.
In front of the sewta door of the Mar Marion
ion Marion cwnty court house, in Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, between the hours of eleven o'clock
a. rn. and two o'clock p. m.. ofTer for
sale at f''-M" outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cafh. the following real
estate ii'in? and beinsr in the tounty
of Marion, state of Florida, to-wit:-
The southeast quarter of te south southwest
west southwest jjarter of th .southeast quarter
of section four () township fifteen
13) south, ran? twenty-two (22)
east: al.o the northeast garter of the
northwest Quarter of section nine O)
township fifteen (15) south, ranee
twenty-two 22) ea.t: alj the north northwest
west northwest Quarter of southeast quarter of
southwest quarter of section four (4)
township flften (IS) FDuth. rarnre
twenty-two (ZZ) east: also the wnt
half the southwest quarter of soutn-
eat quarter of southwest quarter ci
section four 4) tcwnh!p flfteeT till
south, ranee twenty-two (22) eat- All
of M U ls lyinar ar.d bemar in tft
county of Marion and Fta or Fior-'.i.
W. A. JKFFCOAT.
Fpec'al Master in Chixcery.
F. R. HOCKER.
Complainant's Solicitor. 12-J-Et-sit
OCA LA EVENING STAR. MONDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1921
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Lgal advertisement), at legal rate.
That ignoramus on the South Bend
Tribune calls them "sandburs."
Even Thorn of the Kissimmee Val Valley
ley Valley Gazette reads the Star's unclassi unclassified
fied unclassified advertisements, r
The grand jury has adjourned after
, a week of steady work, and everybody
is wondering where the lightning is
' going to hit.
If all the girls in Ocala will come
out Christmas eve j morning with
sprigs of mistletoe in their hair, Santa
Claiis may go hang for all we care.
Some men politicians make a devil devil-ofa
ofa devil-ofa muss when they lire subjected to
newspaper criticism. 1 But just wait
till it begins to rasp the women oh,
The auto supply men are trying to
sell the most accurate speedometer to
the people, but one that could be
mr.de to lie at the right time is the
nexl of many.
A citizen of Ocala who' Saturdayed
at Burbank says they have some of
the most lovely roses he ever saw in
that enterprising village. Soil and
climate at Burbank is well adapted
for roses. It would be possible to
establish a big business there in
growing the queen o the flower king kingdom.
dom. kingdom. It looks like somebody played a
joke on Tom Watson, sending that
picture of a gasoline crane to him as
the picture of a gallows, with the ri ridiculous
diculous ridiculous assertion that American sol soldiers
diers soldiers had been hung; on it without
. trial. Nobody but a swell-headed fool
like Watson would "have even consid
ered such' thin evidence, but Tom, of
course, bit, and erupted, in the Senate,
and as soon as the newspapers told of
his break every malingerer in the
army began sending him stuff. By the
time the matter is thoroughly probed,
even the Georgia bclsheviki will be
ashamed" of Watson.
A few days ago, in advising auto
travelers between Ocala and Lees-
. burg, to take the road by Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, we said it was the longest route,
tho the best one, We have since been
informed that the Summerfield route
is really the shorter. Our calculation
was based on the rcad-straight across
; from Weirsdale to the Ocala and Ox Oxford
ford Oxford road, which strikes said road
some two miles south of Summerfield.
The road most traveled goes right
thru Summerfield, almost to the west
shore of Lake Weir, then south to the
Weirsdale road. It's a fairly good
road, too. The Dixie highway around
the north and east sides of Lake Weir
is the longest route, but was adopted
to give travelers a good view of the
The Star, hopes- that the recent
visit of Major Butler and Miss Thorn Thorn-hill
hill Thorn-hill of the public health service to the
city, will mark the beginning of sus sustained
tained sustained efforts to teach oral hygiene in
the schools. The importance of good
teeth to children is not fully realized,
and until comparatively lately was
rot thought of. If the state would
put a competent dental! instructor in
each high school, rebating the ex expense
pense expense by cutting out some of the now
useless studies, the whole country
would, show a marked improvement a
dozen, years from now. A child's
teeth should have attention as soon as
it has any teeth.
The question whether Mr. Bryan is
eligible as a candidate for the U. S.
Senate from the state of Florida is
being discussed by some of the state
papers. A more to the point question
would be, could he do ; anything for
Florida' that Park Trammell is not do doing
ing doing just as well? The Telegram .sees
no reason whatever for horning a true
ard tried public servant off the track
to make room for the gentleman from
Nebraska. Lakeland Telegram.
We don't see how Mr. Bryan can af afford
ford afford to take the poorly paid job of
United States senator. We all remem remember
ber remember how, when secretary of state, he
often left his duties -in Washington
and went on the Chautauqua circuit,
because, he said, his salary as secre-
tary was not equivalent to his ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Washington is more expensive
now than in 1913, and a senator does
not receive near so much as a cabinet
officer. That Mr. Eryan is yet poor is
evident from the vail he set tip about
na vine taxes on his Miami home. If
we .send Mr. Bry-m to the Senate, we j
fear his address will be Chautauqua
circuit oftener than Washington, D. C.
When the regular meeting of the
board of trade has to be postponed
because a minstrel show is in town,
one or two things is certain, and
sometimes both the show is .extra
good or the members of the board of
trade haven't the interest of their
town very deeply at heart.
O BOYS, O GIRLS!
Only five more days to Christmas
eve, and then for the Christmas tree
on the city lot. I hope you all know
where it i3; right back of the library.
Ill meet you there, if all's well, and
what a good time we'll have.
What do you think, children? Some
cf the big children in stores are want wanting
ing wanting to see Santa so they can tell him
what to bring them. Isn't that a good
joke? But then about eighty of you
gave me your names on Saturday, so
maybe we could drop in and see what
big folks like, too.
And to think the band was kind
ei.ough to be on hand and play for
you Saturday afternoon until Santa
Claus came; that was mighty good of
them, and we certainly do appreciate
it very much.
If you look carefully on Tuesday
you may see Santa at the same place
for a little while after school is out.
When is that?" About four o'clock?
All right. I expect to be there then,
but I can't stay long.
I hear that some of your good
friends are giving quantities of or oranges,
anges, oranges, and the committee is getting
plenty of rosy-cheeked apples at cost,
and candy! Did yoa say candy? There
will be yards and yards of it.
Cash was given to Santa on Satur Saturday
day Saturday as fololows:
Mrs. A. J. Kiplinger .........$ 1.00
Masonic Lodge, .............. 10.00
C. P. Howell .............. ... 1.00
H. M. Hampton 1.00
B. C. Webb 1.00
Mrs. E. G. Lindner ....... 1.00
Mrs. N. R. Dehon ...........1.00
Cash contribution ............ 10.00
Ocala' Rotary Club . ...... 25.00
Total to date ............ .$181.25
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
(M. M. M.)
The members of the Ocala Woman's
Club spent a very enjoyable and-profi-Uble
afternoon last Saturday at the
regular meeting of the club.
The program of the daji was in
charge of Mrs. L. W. Duval, chairman
of ; social and industrial conditions
and Miss Byrd Wartmann, chairman
Miss Wartmann's part of the pro--v.im
was very unique. Soon after
Mrs. Hood turned the afternoon over
to" Mrs.'. Duval, considerable noise was
heard in the rear of the auditorium,
and in trooped a crowd of real old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned darkey jubilee "sisters."
They seemed bent on having a rous rousing
ing rousing good sing and made the piano on
the platform their objective, giving
the audience the "once-over" while
passing through. They, immediately
started singing, in : good old camp
meeting fashion. Mrs. L. N. Green
added local color and fun by shouting
in' true darkey? style. The audience
needed ; only a leader and the scene
soon became a realistic representation
of a colored camp meeting. Among
the songs sung were, "Didn't It Rain,"
"Carry Me Back to' Old Virginny,"
"Over Jordan," "Jesus, the Light of
the World," "Swing ... Low, Sweet
Chariot," "Kentucky Babe," "Mary
and Martha Have Just Gone Along."
That this Lnjiovation in the musical
program had the thorough approval
of the audience was shown by the
hearty laughter. The jubilee singers
in real life are Miss Byrd Wartmann,
Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Miss Musie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Miss Edith Griffin, Mrs. H. B.
Clarkson and Mrs. Philip G. Murphy.
Another very unusual feature of the
afternoon was a .visit : from Santa
Claus. Santa Claus told how glad. he
was to be in Ocala and what a good
time he had had at the, square, finding
out what each of the children wanted
for Christmas. Dolls and bicycles
were in the lead.
After Santa Claus and the jubilee
sisters "had taken their departure and
the last of the laughter had died
away, the club returned to the serious
program of the day.
Mrs. L. J. Knight gave a very in interesting
teresting interesting description of the new builds
ing at the Girls' Industrial School and
of the work which the girls are doing.
Conditions at the Marion county
jail were very clearly set forth by
Mrs. O. T. Green. Mrs. Green has re recently
cently recently visited the jail and expressed
approval of the manner in which the
jail is being conducted. --
Dr. F. E. McClane gave a very in instructive
structive instructive talk in tegard to the boys'
school at Marianna. Dr. McClane's
talk was much appreciated by his
listeners. He especially called the at attention
tention attention of the audience to the fact
that the boys at Marianna are human
just the same as each and every one
of us and react to the same influences.
Much food for thought and action
was gained from Dr. McClane's
At the close of tht. program refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served by the hostesses of
the day and a social hour was enjoyed.
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE
The following is a list of the con contributors
tributors contributors in the recent Parent-Teachers
Association drive for f ends. The
money received has been divided as
follows: $125 to soup kitchen, $125 to
laboratory fund, $25 added to $40
from tag day at the fair already on
hand, makes $55 which will be used
in buying maps for the grammar
school; $125 for the piano fund. This
fund is in no way connected with the
physical culture fund which is in
charge of Mis Margaret Taylor. If
anyone's name has been omitted from
the following list, kindly notify Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston.
D. E. Mclver, $5; Woman's Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary American Legion, $5; Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank, $5; George
MacKay, $2; Mrs. IE D. Stokes, $2.
The following, $1 each: Mrs. J. W.
Davis, Mrs.. J. H. Smith, Mrs. E. E.
Dobbs, Mrs. Minerva M. Murphy, L.
W. Ponder, J. W. Broom, Mrs. C. E.
Simmons, Mrs. B. B. Johnson, Mr. B.
B. Johnson, Mrs. A. A. Hillman, H. C.
Jones, H. R. Floyd, Mrs. Harris Mc-
Ateer, Miss Ernestine Brcoks, Miss
Collie Clark, Mrs. George Sliuey, Mrs.
E. T. Spencer, Mrs. J. Goldman, Mrs.
E. B. Layton, Mrs. Fred Vog-t, Thomas
Proctor, Foy Carroll, Mrs. J. C Smith,
Max I sraelson, Alfred MacKay, Mrs.
T. S. Sawaya, Reginald MacKay,
Hugo Mcintosh, Robert MacKay, E.
K. Sparks, E. Bledsoe, E. L. Parr, Mrs.
Urley, J. E. Jordan, Mrs. E. J. Moul Moul-ton,
ton, Moul-ton, T. H. Osteen, Mrs. George Mac MacKay,
Kay, MacKay, George MacKay, J. R. Preer, W.
P. Preer, T. F. Bridgeland, Max
Fishel, Mrs. Besherre, Mrs.. J.'L. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, J. L. Edwards, Miss Ruby Cap Cap-pieman,
pieman, Cap-pieman, Miss Mabel Akins.. Frank G.
Churchill, L. IL Pillans, Mrs. L. Toffa Toffa-letti,
letti, Toffa-letti, B. H. Clark, M. M. Jackson, The
Weihe Co., Mrs. W. E. Woods, B. F.
Russell, John Melin, Mrs. H. B. Whit Whit-tington,
tington, Whit-tington, H. B. Whittington, Mrs. Les Lester
ter Lester Warner, Mrs. L. S. Gates, Mrs.
C. G. Moxley, Mrs. S. M. Hooper, Mrs.
W. N.' Baker, Mrs. C. H. Thomas, Mrs.
John Thomson, Mrs. Mary Gillen, Mrs.
R. L. Carter, Mrs. J. H. Btankenship,
Mrs. J. H. Brooks, Mrs. Jerry Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, Mrs. Charles Hardee, Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Pedrick, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston,
E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. IL B. Baxter,
R. L. Anderson, Mrs. Hargxaves, Mrs.
W. P. Huckaby, Mrs. L. Ballard, C. G.
Rose, Mrs. G. S. Scott, G. S. Scott,
A. E. Gerig, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, D. S.
WoodYow, Mrs. IL A. Davies, H. A.
Davies, Mrs. H. A. Wartmann, H. A.
Wartmann, Mrs, J. E. Chace, J. E.
Chace, F. R. Hocker, Mrs. W. T. Gary,
V. T. Gary. II. W. Henry, Mrs. R. IL
Todd, R. H. Todd, Parker Painter, C.
C. Bryant, W. M. Palmer, L, IL Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, M. W. Lloyd,
Mrs. H. A. Waterman, H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, Mrs. J. J. Neighbour, J. J.
Neighbour, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Har Harvey
vey Harvey "Clark, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, J. J.
Gerig, Ben Rheinauer, Mrs.. R. V. Ott,
R. V. Ott, P. G. Murphy, Mrs. N. R.
Dehon, N. R. Dehon, Mrs. W. C. Ray,
W. ,C. Ray, Mrs. R. S. Rogers, R. S.
Rogers, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, J-X. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, B. A. Weathers, II. W. Borland,
Paul Simmons, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, J.H.
Taylor, C. C. Simpson, W. V. Newsom,
Baxter Cam, W. D. Sheppard, T. C.
Carter, Mrs. H. Turner, R. R. Carroll,
0.. B, Howse, J. C. Howell, Mrs. H. E.
Abbott, Mrs. S..A. Ellis, Mrs. M. W.
Wilson, N. Moses, Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
E. A. Osborne, W. P. Huckaby, H. A.
Fausett, S. C M. Thomas, W. A.
Knight, W. K. Zewadski, W. A. Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, W. W. Stripling, E. E. Converse,
J. C. Gammage, G. C. Greene, D. S.
Williams, Mrs. C. Ax, Christian Ax,
R. F. Rogers, M. J. Timmons, Mrs. L.
E, Futch, Eli' Witt Cigar Co., Mrs. F.
II. Logan, F. H. Logan, Mrs. T. P.
Drake, T. P. Drake, T. T. Munroe, J.
M. Thomas, R. L. Dewey, E. A. Greg Gregory,
ory, Gregory, Mrs. Adela Anderson, Mrs. R. L.
Anderson, Miss Rena Smith, Mrs. M.
II. Fox, T. W. Troxler, Charles Peyser,
W. L. R. Bracken, A. L. Lucas, Jerry
Burnett, Tucker & Simmons, H. B.
Stine, Miss Rose Lopez, Tydings &
Co., R. T. Adams, A. G. Pappas, J.
Metrie, A. S. Burgess, Mrs. Roger
Dodd, W. H. Meff ert, John McNeil,
Wm. J. Thomas, Frank Harris Jr.,
Miss Helen Hardee, Henry Gordon,
J. J. Blalock, T. M. McLean, W. J.
Borden, E. A, Zealey, Mack Taylor,
P. T. RandalL G. T. Maughs, Mrs. C.
Camp, Miss Stella Camp, Miss Nettie
Camp, Clarence Camp, Mrs. C. W.
Ford, Miss E. Stotesbury, Mrs. N. P.
Davis, Mrs. Jack Camp, Jack Camp,
Mrs. W. F. McAtcer, Mrs. A. T.
Thomas, Mrs. E. H. Martin, L. T.Tz T.Tz-lar,
lar, T.Tz-lar, G. H. Northland, C. E. Winston,
J. H. Walters, M. C. Izlar, J. W. Tally,
D. N. Ferguson, A. T. Thomas, J. W.
Dumas, Miss Meta Jewett, Miss Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Harold. L. Robertson, R. A. Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Edward Drake, N. P. Davis,
Mrs. L. W. Duval, L. W, Duval, IL
G. Shealy, The Book Shop, Miss B.
Kennedy.'Iiss M. O. Marshall, T. D.
Lancaster Jr., Holmes Walters, C.
Rheinauer, W. A. Wilds, Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Walters, S. R. Whaley, F. G. B.
Weihe, H. W. Walters, Miss Carrie
Barco, R. S. Hall, B. F. Condon, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Printing Co.. N. W. Harison, S. A.
Hooper, A. Pooser, H. B. Clarkson, J.
G. Swaim, Mrs. John Crawford, Mrs.
W. P. Buhrman, Mrs. J. R. Dewey,
Mrs. L. J. Knight, I J. Knight, Mrs.
H. C. Dozier, Mrs. H. Harold, Mrs. W.
W. Clyatt, Mrs. H. D. Stokes, Mrs. C.
N. Schlemmer, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs.
B. H. Smith. Mrs. A. M. Turch, Mrs.
W. H. TerrelL Mrs. J. G. Parrjsh, Mrs.
Thomas Sexton, Mrs. J. W. Tally, E.
M. Howard, H. C. Sistrunk, J. H. Free Freeman,
man, Freeman, Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs. W. A.
WCds, Mrs. R. T. Stroud, Mrs. E. J.
Sasser, Mrs. A. A. Winer, A. A.
Winer, Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas, Mrs. C.
K. Rogers, Mrs. H. P. Bitting, Mrs.
Wel'er Carmichael, Mrs. Lanier Rob Robertson,
ertson, Robertson, Mrs. Cora Dosh, Mrs. L. N.
Green, L. N. Greei, E. H. Martin, Mrs.
V.. H. Chace, Mrs. L. M. Murray, Mm j
N. Mayo. N. Mayo, Mrs. J. M. Meffert, j
T r -ma- tm i y M I
j. i. lenerx, .airs, ueorge iose, u.
C. Meffert, Mrs. W. D. Sheppard, Mrs.
J. W. Akin, Mrs. W. E. Smith, Mrs.
A. L. McKay, Mrs. Carrie Holly, Mrs.
W. J. Edwards, Mrs. C. C. Bryant Bryant-Miss
Miss Bryant-Miss Annie Pope Eagleton, Mrs. R. G.
Todd, Mrs. W. A. Scott, Mrs. J. G.
Lege, J. R. Mooihead, Mrs. F. E.
Colby, Mrs. T. C. Atkinson, Mrs? J.
R. Rogers, Mrs. S. S. Savage, Mrs. M.
R. Hunnicut, M. II. Hunnieut, Mrs. W.
L. Armour, Mrs. W L. Scott, Mrsf C.
G. Barnett, Mrs. J. D. Cobb, Mrs. G.
V. Martin, Mrs. B. F. Borden, Mrs.
S. M." Lummus, Mrs. O. V. Edwards,
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, Mrs. Nannie
Whitesides, Mrs. Blanche Thompson,
Miss Mary Sheppard, Mrs. W. R. Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, Mrs. Frank Henderly, W. R. Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, Mrs. T. P. Drake, T. P. Drake,
Mrs. J. C. Lanier, Miss Ava Lee Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Mrs. G. C. Shephard, Mrs.
Ford Rogers, Mrs. T. M. Kilgore, Miss
Shelton Souter, Mrs. C. L. Collins,
Mrs. W. Wolff, W. Wolff, Sirs. W. P.
Preer, Mrs. H. S. Minshall, Mrs. W. D.
Cam, W. D. Cam, Mrs. J. W. Hood,
Mrs. Mamie Hall, Miss Mary Burford,
Mrs. J. A. Winn, R. A. Burford, Mrs.
C. S. Cullen, Mrs. George Pasteur,
Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. A. C. Cobb,
A. C. Cobb, Mrs. C. Rheinauer, C.
Rheinauer, Mrs. C. C. Balkcom, Miss
Mary McDowell, Mrs. L. R. Chazal,
Miss Margaret Taylor, Miss Mamie
Taylor, Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Mrs. 3.
J. Blalock, Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mrs.
M. L. Reynolds, Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs.
Anna M. Holder, Mrs. R. J. Perkins,
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. A. G.
Gates,Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, Mrs. L. H. Pillans, Mrs. F. R.
Hocker, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. F. H.
Logan, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. H. K
Watt, Mrs. C. A. Harris, Mrs. Harry
Watlers, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs.
Melton, Mrs. Emily B. Green Moses
Grocery Co., Mrs. F. T. Schreiber,
Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. L. H. Van
Engelken, Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mrs.
W". W. Leak, Mrs. C. G. Rose, Mrs. G.
W. McKinney, Mrs. C. L. West, Mrs.
Joseph Brennan, Mrs. D. B. Mayo,
Miss Nellie C. Stevens, Mrs. C. E.
Winston, Mrs. A. S. Burgess, A. S.
Burgess, Mrs. Jeffcoat.
Belleview, Dec. 14. Mr. George
Coggswell returned to his winter home
here last week.
Mr. Freebrick has recently return returned
ed returned and is spending the winter with the
Our town was saddened last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon by the sudden death of
Mrs. E. D. Thompson, who for some
time had lived at the turpentine still
of which her husband has had charge.
The funeral services were held at the
Pyles & Company chapel in Ocala
Friday afternoon by Rev. Jones, after
which Mr. Thompson accompanied the
body to Georgia, where it was laid to
rest at Mrs. Thompson's old home.
She is survived by her husband and
five little "children, besides friends ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere she was known, who mourn
her death. Our hearts go out in sym sympathy
pathy sympathy for the bereaved ones. Many
beautiful floral offerings went sent,
pieces by the Masons and Eastern
Star being especially attractive. She
was a member of the Eastern Star.
Miss Eva McClendon is spending a
few days at home from her work with
the Bell telephone people in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The Philathea's supper and sale
proved quite a success, over $80 being
realized, which will be spent to paint
the Baptist church.
Mr. Byron McClendon is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and has undergone a very
unusual operation on one of his eyes,
but is getting on nicely ,now and
hopes to be able to return home soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alired Abshier have
recently moved from the Evans place
to Mr. Will Abshicr's place.
Mr. O. S. Shade cf Jacksonville, was
a business caller here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrell of
Ocala, spent the week-end with the
latter 's parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Baxter.
The Belleview B. Y. P. U. will put
on its usual Sunday evening program
in Shady next Sunday night. Every
one is cordially invited to attend.'
Mr. E. D. Thompeon's father, moth mother
er mother and sister are with him for a few
Don't forget the Belleview Workers'
supper and sale winch will be given in
the town hall next Friday night, Dec.
lGth. A splendid supper for 25 cents.
All you want to eat of everything
that is good. Beautiful fancy work
articles, very useful., will be offered at
reasonable prices. Buy your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gifts of the ladies next Friday
night. Come one and all.
A varied line of parlor sets now on
display here. They are serviceable,
up-to-the-minute, and selling at very
reasonable prices. Let us show you
the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture
Parker "Lucky Curve" fountain
ptn, regular and self-filling. 'They
arc guaranteed. Large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t
THE GIFT SHOP has four of the
larges lines of CHRISTMAS and
NEW YEAR CARDS. 17-3t
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
d2y, 65 cents a quart, 52.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
. T-. .. '-. .-"T: .-"T-. .-""
An n oil
Those who wan! lo enler, gel particulars
Jake's before Wednesday noon
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York
1:55 pm Jacksonville
1:17 pm Jacksonville
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg
2:55 am NYork-St Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
. :50 pm Tampa-Manatee
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 :n
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1921
I he hm a
J High Exploitive.
The Idea was one which ought to
have suggested itself much sooner.
The steam supply pipe for driving the
big centrifugals at the shaft-mouth
came through the wall over our heads,
and It was the sight of this pipe,
steaming even on the outside of Its
thick Insulating jacket of asbestos un under
der under the wetting from the water Jet,
that had set me thinking.
A spinning twirl of the engine
throttle valve set oui machinery In
motion, and when 1 had thrown the
pump clutch In, we crouched again In
the least-wet corner to watch the indei
of the tell-tale steamgauge connected
Intof the supply pipe.
We knew that the centrifugals were
voracious steam-eaters ; we had proved
that when we were running them In
the : week -long test. 11 had a notion
that maybe Bullerton had fired only
one of the battery of three boilers to
run his .shower-bath machine, and the
result speedily confirmed this assump assumption.
tion. assumption. In a few minutes the steam
pressure had dropped, to a point at
which It would no longer drive any of
the pumps, either ours or the one out outside,
side, outside, and the window cataract stopped.
"This will be only a breathing
space," I prophesied, getting up to
squeeze some of the superfluous water
out of my clothes. "Bullerton will do
one of two things: tire the other two
boilers, or disconnect this steam pipe
"Reckon so?" said Daddy.
"You'll see In a minute or so."
'The attack began even! while we
were speaking, sundry hammerings
and twlstlngs that shook the pipe over overhead
head overhead proving that the besiegers were
going to stop the leak by cutting us
off from the boilers.
"Take your whirl at the Inventions,
this time, Daddy!" I urged. "When
they get this supply pipe cut out, we'll
be In for another dt: eking and one
that we can't stop." .v
-Daddy was shaking his head and
wringing the moisture and mud out
of his beard.
"Jerusalem-to-goHh, Stannie, we got
to take a chance!" he muttered. "Any
ways, Td about as lief die as" be
drowned to death. We'll have to muss
that blacksmith shop up and get It out
o the way, somehow. ; Gimme a match
out o' that tin box o your'n If they
ain't all soaked to a jlz-whlzzlin' sop.
-1 found the matches:, which, luckily,
were still dry, and handed hhn one.
Before I fairly realized what s he was
going to do, he had taken one of the
dynamite cartridges oat of its bucket
biding place and was splitting the fuse
with his pocketknlfe.
- "Open that there door Into the shop,
he commanded ; and when I obeyed
mechanically,-out wen t the bomb, fiz fizzing
zing fizzing and sputtering, to land In a heap
of scrap Iron piled on the farther side
of the stone-built forge. The sight of
It smoking and spitting sparks In the
heap of scrap half hypnotized me, I
guess, for I stood gaping: at It, with
the door held open, until Daddy Hiram
Jerked me away, slammed the door and
yelled to me to help him bar it.
. We had barely time to get the door
closed and fastened with the heavy
wooden bar and ,,to throw ourselves
fiat on the floor behind the hoisting
machinery before the crash came. As
I have previously said, the blacksmith
shop was a rather flimsy, shed-like
affair, roofed with corrugated Iron,
and It seemed to 1js as If broken tim timbers
bers timbers and pieces of sheet metal were
' raining down for a full minute after
the blast went off.
The shock to everything In the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity was,' of course, tremendous and
the stout old shaft-house Itself rocked
and swayed like a tree In a hurricane.
But the walis still stood intact, and
when we got up and peeped through
a hole which a piet of the flying
scrap had torn In the door, we could
see what we had done. It was a-plenty.
The "blacksmith shop had disap disappeared,
peared, disappeared, leaving nothing but a scatter scattering
ing scattering of wreckage. .The heavy anvil had
been thrown from its block and the
forge looked as If a isiant had kicked
It. Out by the boiler-shed a rack of
cordwood had been toppled over and
under it a man was struggling to free
hmself. When he saw the imprisoned
epemy that mild-mannered, soft-spoken
old soldier that I was shut up with
would have opened the door and shot
the. strugsrler If I hadn't stopped him.
This blowing up of the shop settled
the shower-bath business for us def definitely.
initely. definitely. With the impediment out of
the way we had a clear, view on this
third side ; could command the row
of miners' cabins, as! well as the boil boilers
ers boilers in their open shi?d, When I got
through persuading Daddy Hiram that
we couldn't afford to murder the
wounded. 1 the fellow who hnbeen
wrestling with the woodpile find made
his exit and there was nobody In
sight. Shortly afterward a bullet,
fired from somewhere In the forest
background. whaugVd: upon our roof,
. and there were several to follow; but
u the iron the"y fllff no narm.
"Looks like the 'Hercules' is the one
thing they're most stkeered of." said
Daddy, with his queer UttJe stuttering
chuckle. ;"yow maybe they'll leave us
have time to get ourselves dried out
a mite." J -.
Totting up the results of the shower shower-bath
bath shower-bath we'd had, a bread famine prom promised
ised promised to be the worst of them. .The few,
cans of beans." tomatoes1 and peaches
the campers' stahdbys were un unhurt,
hurt, unhurt, of course, and the muddied bacon
could be washed with water drawn
from the flooded shaft. But the flour
In Its sack Was merely a blob of paste
im .. J-:-'""'?.' rdp.tnt1on and the
"rTi':!lu ".las Tne "arne.. 'In view of
the results I wondered If Bullerton
hadn't shrewdly calculated upon wash washing
ing washing onr commissary out of existence
when he planned his overgrown lawn lawn-sprinkler.
sprinkler. lawn-sprinkler. But maybe that was giving
him credit for more Ingenuity than he
Through what remained of the after afternoon
noon afternoon the rifle filing continued, coming
sometimes from one angle and some sometimes
times sometimes from another, but always can can-ily
ily can-ily from a safe distance and always
under cover of the surrounding forest.
Daddy Hiram, grimly optimistic, ex extracted
tracted extracted a swallow or so of encourage encouragement
ment encouragement out of the persistent pot-shot-
"Dunno as you've ever noticed it.
Stannie. but if you'll only let a hog
alone long enough he'll shove himself
under the bob-wire fence far enough
to get caught. he said. "Charley Bul Bullerton.
lerton. Bullerton. now; hp's plum" forgot that
Tropia's less n five miles away and
that sound carries mighty long dis distances
tances distances in these mountains in clear
"What difference does that make?"
"It may make a heap o difference.
L J.s" to
me like somebody Buddy
Jim Haggerty. the section
boss. r some of em down yonder 'd
begin a-wonderin. 'after a spell, what
in tarnation ail this here blastin' and
rirle-poppin' up on a'd Cinnabar is a
p'intin at and come and see."
"Do you think the racket will carry
"It sure will. One night afore Tro Tro-pia
pia Tro-pia had gone as dead as sdie is now. a
bunch- o cowpunch's got into an argy argy-ment
ment argy-ment at Blue-nose Bill's place and we
heard the crackin' and poppin" up
here Jeanie and me like it was just
over yonder In Greaser gulch."
"Well?" said I, "if your nephew or
any'of the others hear it. what then?"
As 1 asked the question one of the
low-aimed shots tore through the side
of the building, struck the iron frame
of the" hoist, flattened itself and
dropped Into the old man's lap. Pick Picking
ing Picking up the hot bit of lead to dandle
it from hand to hand he went .on much
as if picking up bullets that were fired
at him had been his daily recreation.
"Curiosity killed the cat. Stanine,
son. You let some one o' the folks
down yonder In Tropia say, 'By gol
I wonder what all that shootin's for?'
and the next thing you know, some some-body'll
body'll some-body'll be moggln' up here to find out."
Along about dusk some member of
the besieging party tried to make a re reconnaissance.
connaissance. reconnaissance. I happened to be keeping
the lookout on the cabin side of our
fortress and saw a man dodging among
the pines back of the house. When 1
reported to Daddy he took a snap shot
at-the place I pointed out to him and
there was a wild yell and a stir in the
young pines as though a hog were gal galloping
loping galloping through them.
"Just to let 'em know that we're
still alive and kit-kin'," saidthe old
man, with another of his ""quavery ""quavery-chuckles.
chuckles. ""quavery-chuckles. "I reckon maybe that's
what they w as' aimin to find out."
Possibly It was. At ail events, the
rifle fire-stopped with the coming of
darkness, and as we faced our second
night of defense we had plenty of time
to sit around and think and speculate
upon what the outcome was going to
Taking it all in all. It was the fan fantastic
tastic fantastic humor of tlie thing that hit me
hardest. Six short weeks earlier peo people
ple people at home had been calling me all
the hard names that fall to the lot of
the idle ne'er-do-well; a young chap
with enough inheritance money to keep
him in ties and shoes and shirts and
to buy gas for his car though tha't
last asked for a good bit on the rising
cost of gasoline and not enough to
make life, or anything connected there therewith,
with, therewith, very much worth while.
Also these same '.people were saying
behind my back, of course, but there
were always. isieaty of them to repeat
the laying fo "toy f ace ihar I was
good stock gone to seed, would never
amount to a hill of beans In anything
that asked for initiative or resource resourcefulness,
fulness, resourcefulness, or primitive rough stuff of any
sort; that I was due to go on dolling
myself up and playing skittles to the
end of the 'chapter which would prob prob-alby
alby prob-alby stage itself in an asylum for the
feeble-minded. Also, again, at that
Bame time, which was six weeks or
six. thousand years ago, I was en engaged
gaged engaged to I.isette ; with mighty little
I Stared Across at Daddy Hiram.
prospect of marrying her. to be sure
but with no thought of marrying any anybody
body anybody else.
And now I looked around al
the shadowy walls of the grim old Cin Cinnabar
nabar Cinnabar shaft-house, Uwmlng darkly anc
stiil dripping, tick, tack, from their
early-afternoon mud bath; felt my sog soggy
gy soggy clothes ; stared across at Dadd
Hiram sitting backed up against th
hoist with his legs ackknlfed and his
hands locked over his knees; It was s
'grotesque pipe-dream ; there was nc
S,pther name for it. I broke out In a
laugh that was a bellow.
; "Split It up. Stannie. urged the old
Be photographed now and be ready
for Christmas. Revel's Studio. 13-6t
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nn dryly. "1 a!inv you ain't goin
to l t-lwe fitted ettougli to keep a good
joke all V yourself in no such a hoe hoe-down
down hoe-down as this."
Til try." I said, and did it the best
I krew how, giving him f-ome idea of
the life I .had lived and its earth earth-rtide,
rtide, earth-rtide, abysmal difference from the ex experience
perience experience o th past six weeks.
Stience 'or a time and then :
"Book-learnin and good clothes and
eatiu" with a flat fork V all right,
Stannie, but they don't make the man
n'r the woman; there's got to be sonie-tliin'-inside;
somethin a heap bigger
tlmix any o them things."
"Quite so," I admitted.
Another silence and at the end of
it the old philosopher again:
"You been sort o' sore about my
Jeanie, since yesterday She's
been eatin your gran-paw's bread, like
uie, and you thought, and I thought,
that she might "at -least 've waited a
little spell afore she run off with Char Charley
ley Charley Bullerton. Maybe we've bet n
jurupin' at things too sudden, Stannie.
What made her ride 'way up yonder
to Greaser sidin' to catch that train?
And how come Charley Bullerton to
marry her one day and be up here
with his bunch o gunmen by daybreak
the nex' mornin?"
"Has Jeannie friends In Angels with
whom she could be staying?" I asked.
"Not a single soul. He'd a-had to
leave ".her at the Chink's hotel; and
that ain't no place for a woman, mar married
ried married r t'otherwise."
"But supposing they didn't go to
"There ain't no other place they
could go and let him get back, as you
might say, In the same day."
"Say it all. Daddy," I prompted.
"There ain't much to say, Stannie,
boy. 'ceptin' what I said afore, that
maybe we'd been jumpin at things
sort o' blind-like. Jeannie's got a heap
o' sense If I do say It as shouldn't
and the whole gee-ripittin' thing, as we
been putt in it up, ain't no more like
her than winter's like dog-days."
Having run the subject into a cor;
ner we 'were both speechless for a lit little
tle little time and I think it was almost with
a sense of relief that we sprang alert
when The dog, hitherto sleeping quietly
at our feet, jumped up and ran to hald
his nose at the threshold of the door
opening upon the dump head.
Following the dog to the door, we
could neither see nor hear anything
going on outside, though Barney's
sniffings under the door and his low
growl warned us that something was
afoot, either on the dump head or in
the V partly wrecked cabin beyond.
While we were still peeping and peer peering,
ing, peering, each at his auger-hole and each
ready to take an offhand shot at any anything
thing anything that seemed suspicious, the si silence
lence silence of the mountain night was ripped
and torn by the most hideous clamor
Imaginable, arising," apparently, in the
cabin or perhaps from the proving of
trees just behind it. The racket was
deafening; comparable to nothing that
I'd ever heard; a magnified orchesi ra ration,
tion, ration, so to speak, of the pandemonium
made by a crowd of country boys
reiiading a newly married pair villi
tin pans and such-like noisiMuakin;;
"What in the name o" .loabl" sUit sUit-tered
tered sUit-tered Daddy Hiram. "Ueckuii theM
osli-duiinned pirateers 've gone plum'
Wait," 1 qualified, and I l-:.-l to
shout to make myself heard. "Ti ere'il
be more to. follow. T 1 1 i s is only the
But my guess appeared to be no
good. For quite some little time we
crouched, guns at the ready, prepared
to repel the assauit which we natural naturally.
ly. naturally. vuppoed vorrfd be inndo ond- r
cover oi the dish acting ravket. But
rbere was no assauit. thouarh the mean meaningless
ingless meaningless clamor kept up without abate abatement.
ment. abatement. By the time we were beginning to
grow a trifle hardened to it the -!aiior
stopped as abruptly as it had begun
and the silence which succeeded was
even more ifeafenirrg than the noise
had been. While I fancied I could see
dim figures stealing down the road
that led to the bench below, I- heard
Daddy, say : Now, what in the name
He had turned away from his peei- i
hole and I could sense, rather, than see,
that he was rubbing his eyes. Then I
realized that upon me, also, a sudden I
blindness had fallen; the interior of
the shafthouse had become as dark j
as the inside of a pocket. The effect i
was-1 so stupefying that it took both
f lis a minute or so to understand
that some change as yet undeflnable
had been wrought either in us or in
our surroundings during the noisy In Interlude.
"Great Jehu!" exclaimed the, old
man though he was within arm's arm's-reach
reach arm's-reach I could make him out only as a
dim shadow "Great Jehu I I b'lieve
I'm goin"; blind, Stannie! I I cant
?ee nothin' a-tall!"
r "Don't worry I hastened to say;
"I'm in the same-boat. We've been
looking too long and steadily through
those.auger-holes. It'll pass in a mia-
. But it didn't pass and presently the
voice of my old side partner came
again out of the darkness.
"P'raps it's cloudin' up some." he
suggested in a half-whisper. "I can't
see no stars through them windows."
r At; this I looked toward the window
openings, but the interior blackness
had blotted them out completely. Al Almost
most Almost instinctively I turned back to the
door and put an eye to a loophole.
One glance was enough. The trouble,
whatever it might be. was with us and
not with the sky. The stars were
shining as hrisrhtly as ever.
"Pi u'i 'i vve. Paddy." I tiutiorel.
' (Continued Tomorrow)
Get your gifts in Xmas boxes. No
extra charge for these bright and
cheery boxes with ties, handkerchiefs,
sox, soft collars, boys' and girls stock stockings
ings stockings and gloves. E. C. Jordan & Bro.,
esat side of court square. 15-8t
Smoke Don Eey. That good cigar.
"Go Safe" mailing boxes. No string,
no wrapping required, 5c. to 15. at
I THE BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
I v' to FPU EVERYBODY
If you will let your Christmas gifts be practical
and useful they will be more appreciated than those
which glisten and radiate for a few days, andarethen
consigned to the waste room. Here is a list of prac practical
tical practical presents for practical people:
For Men and Boys
Initial Handkerchiefs -Neckwear
Bed Room Slippers
Complete line of
ABE BLOCH'S HAND TAILORED SUITS
For Men and Boys
As our prices are ALWAYS reasonable, we are not
in position to sell at half price, but you will
find our prices as low as consistent with
real quality goods.
Next to Geo. MacKay &.
No Christmas package is complete
without photographs. We make them.
Revel's Studio. 13-6t
Large selection of PARISIAN
IVORY in manicure sets, jewel boxes,
military brushes, mirrors,, combs and
brushes and separate pieces at Iht
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Our Holiday Stock Is Now Complete
Harrington Hall Building, Fart tang Ate.
For Women and
Bed Boom Slippers
Glove Silk Hose
High Class Coat Suits
High and Low Quarter
Co., North Magnolia St.
Full assortment of apples for your
Christmas needs. Fhone 596, Ft. King
Confectionery, Mason's place. i4-t
All our windows feature men's X X-mas
mas X-mas presents, knitted- ties, silk sox,
crepe and fine madras shirts, wool
sox and belts with the new idea
buckle. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t
This is a Studebaker year.
Diamonds, Silverware, Wrist Watches, Lav.elheres,
Lodge Emblem Pins
Elegant Dinner- Rings, Children's Signet and
Stone Set Rings
Bracelets Brooches Gentlemen's Watches
Led!,' end GentUm', Rings in ell Uni, of stent, a-J ffllm f BsM"
fW Necklace,, Med Bag,, Vdnty Case, in Sle,!inj Sitter and Plated,
h fact, our line it complete icith everything earned in
a Fast Oass Jeaelry Store.
Community Silver at Very Attractive Prices
You are cordially invited to come and see the
beautiful HATS, all marked down in price for Christmas.
Has also left a lot of lovely presents, consisting of
Hand-made Luncheon Bags, Bungalow Aprons Table
Covers, Center Pieces, Baby Wardrobes, Etc. In fact
something for everybody. Come and get first choice
Affleck Millinery Parlor
111 East Broadway
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Everything Good To Eat
MEATS and GROCERIES, FRUITS end VEGETABLES
4 SERVICE -f- TOY
AP AR TRIE NT
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
A. E. GERIG
t T7 I 1 T7,,;. folo 1Rtf (I
30x3 Idn Skid $S.C0
30x3 1-2 Nca Skid S10.CD
We Specialize On
FOfcD AND CHEVROLET
JAS. ENGESSER,. Prop.
Day Phone 258. Night Phone 533
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1921
that one word
iEL J lull
Atfy one who needs
- .5 -P-i; glasses would appreciate
tnem ior innstmas. use-
ful and beneficial
day n the year.
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician
mas with her son-in-law and daii-
ttr, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Andeirjn, and
verness last year and the people of
that place appreciative of the treat
that was theirs, took advantage of the
same this year by spreading the news
and a packed church with twice as
many on' the outside came to hear the
Christmas service. Those who went
Mr. J. K. Dickson has been called; Mrs. Anna Tweedy arrived in Ocala I from Ocala were' Miss Byrd Wart Wart-to
to Wart-to Greenville, S. C, on account of the Saturday and is busy greeting old mann, organist, Mrs. IL B. Clarkson,
j friends. The Star is glad to report Mrs. R- N. Dosh, Miss Pearl Fausett,
that Mrs. Tweedy will again make her J Miss Edith Griffin, Miss Unger, Miss
If you have any society items for Christmas candles, large size, six
:be Star, please call five-ODe. (for 50 cents at Court Pharmacy. 6t
serious illness of his sister.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best ir-jeak in the city for 50 cent-Twenty-one
meal ticket for ?7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
Geo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
;:::t::tu mmtimiis: mgmtt;;:t: titer
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar. he me in Ocala. She has taken
Christmas cards "made in Dixie,'
at Gerig's Drug Storu. 5-tf
Guaranteed fresh meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of tbe city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
The BOOK SHOP has a few Nippon
D.:nner Sets and many attractive New
things in China. The prices are mod mod-irate.
irate. mod-irate. : 15-6t
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
FOUNTAIN PENS CLOCKS
MESH BIAGS PEARL NECKLACES
ROGERS' COMMUNITY and STERLING SILVER
CARVING SETS LEATHER GOODS
SAFETY RAZORS, $1.00
' ALSO, GILLETTE'S
IVORY nnd PEARL MANICURE SETS
LADIES and GENTS' UMBRELLAS UMBRELLAS-OPTICAL
OPTICAL UMBRELLAS-OPTICAL GOODS
THE OCALA JEWELERS
Glover, Miss Gernant, Messrs.- George
Pnsteur, Edward Drake, Lester Lucas,
Edwin Gernant, Wilfred Harold, A. R.
( apartment in the Yonge block on Fort
Beautiful DOLLS. We have really j Rinsr avenue, where she will have her
b-.-autiful sleeping dolls. FISHELS. 3t 0ffice and make her home. Mrs. Twee-iCassil and Rev. Neighbour.
, dy is president of the Bon Sante Com
Mrs. V. II.- Hydrick and baby of
Orangeburg, S. C, and Mrs. Virgil
Bryant of Kitchens Mills, S. C, have
arrived in' Ocala to spend the holidays
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs- J. H.
pany and state manager representing
Tweedy & English, in the Co-Opera-tiT3
Home Building Trustees Agency.
Just received, good range of men's
GRAND -and UPRIGHT PIANOS
for the children at The Gift Shop. 3t
Having bought the Barnett stock
of very dependable merchandise at so
.and young men'3 pants, including real ; great a saving enables us to pull
We have had phenomenal, success
on the wearing qualities of our
"&IIOES." We sell you to sell again.
Lady fingers, macaroons, wafers
and cream puffs freshly baked at Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Bakery. 15-3t
Mrs. E. T. Izlar, who arrived in
Ocala Friday, will leave tomorrow for
Oldsmar, where she will spend Christ-
Of tbe APOCALYPSE
A REX INGRAM
Adapted by June Mathis
Photographed by John F. Seltz
French serge of special merit. Prices
very tempting. E.'C. Jordan & Bro.,
near Federal Bakery. 15-St
A good photograph is your best
sign of prosperity. We make that
kin. 'Revel's Studio. 13-6t
Mrs. Jennie Cassil left this after after-nKn
nKn after-nKn for a week's visit in Jacksonville
vith her daughter and friends.
down the prices of our new goods
which are now coming in on every ex express.
press. express. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-St
Mrs. William Franklin went to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon for
a short stay.
Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tr.fly, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
tc order. Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters. 7-tf
. We have oa hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
rargam. xvieeanam Motor Co. iz-tl at; tv,.j tv i
AfcAlWlA JL ItvUlOd axiifvu JCOVCt"
driv f mm OainsvillA. Ga whprp he
If it is for her we haven't it, but sheittend3 coW to sm,nd tJie hoiidj.vs
can nna u ior n:m nere. jor
dan & Bro.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Thomas. A number of her young
friends were at the union station to
you see Dr. Walter Hood .t h.r .vAn Ku ni,vht from tVA
packing that big bunch of mistletoe j tram
Saturday afternoon ? Wonder if the
girls have quit kissing Doc.
Federal Fruit Cake.
Fresh eggs 55 cents per dozen at
Farmers' Exchange Store. 19-4t
One of our public-spirited citizens
ciJIs attention to the loose brick ly ly-ii:gall
ii:gall ly-ii:gall around the public square,
where they were dug up and left by
the white way force some weeks ago.
They look "untidy, for a fact: are a
j bad advertisement to visitors and an
j embarrassment to the feet of all. The
clean-up wagon gees right by them
j every night, but we suppose it would
i strain the muscles of any of that
bunch to lift anything heavier than a
. "TWO DAYS
MONDAY, DEC. 26
Matinee, 3:00 Night, 8:00
PRICES, 50c 75c 51.00
CUT GLASS Candlesticks, Solid
Mahogany and many other kinds at
THE BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
DOMESTIC and ORIENTAL per perfume,
fume, perfume, toilet water, and satchel at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
J. M. and G. L. Meffert have arrived
home for the holidays with their par
ents", Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert. The
"twins" have been attending Colum
bia Military College, Columbia, Tenn.,
and they make promising looking
cadets in their natty uniforms.
I he hardest thing about hndmg a
suitable present for the men folks and
boys is the matter of hnding our
place. Once you are here everything
else ils easy. East side courthouse
square.' .E. C. Joordan & Bro. 15-8t
Full assortment of apples for your
Christmas needs. Phone 596, Ft. King
Confectionery, Mason's place. 14-6t
Robert Blowers, a student at Colunv
bia Military College, arrived Satur
day for a two weeks' vacation with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blow
We sell the famous Alabama Inde
structible Dolls. Call and see the large
line now on display for Christmas
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 2-tf
Having acquired the Vulcanizing ;md Tire Estab Establishment
lishment Establishment of H. A. Davis, on North Magnolia street, we
will continue this line of business "at the present loca location.
tion. location. The business will be in personal charge of J. R.
' -. .....
Long, who has had years of experience in this line of
industry in Ocala," and is well known to automobi'e
owners in this section of the state. We shall make ev every
ery every endeavor to satisfy those who favor us with their
patronage While our specialty will be VULCANIZING
we shall also carry a line of the famons Hood Cord and
Fabric Tires. We solicit a share of the .patronage and
guarantee perfect satisfaction on our product.
1 Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co
h Formerly H. A. Davies
JN. MagnoJia bt. riione 435 Ocala, t la
We have a big assortment of
Christmas candles all colors. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
The Specialty Shop':
The Shop with the Christmas Spirit
Beautiful Greeting Cards
Crane's and White & WyckcfFs Stationery in Gift
Leather Goods in reat variety
Book ends Pal Pencils
. and almost anything in the
way of little gifts that jou are looking for
Let us rnlp
you muke your selection
Let 05 help yoa make your selection
A. E. Gerig, Proprietor
Hiis List Over Before Buying
Lots of people say they can't bear
to miss a single issue of the Tampa
Morning Tribune because it is clean,
fair and open and gives a range of
news covering not only the whole
state but the entire world as well.
This is true. You can't go wrong in
reading and depending on the Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. It carries the full Associated
Press news service and has 160 Flor Florida
ida Florida correspondents. When j'ou want
news facts, read the Tribune. Daily
and Sunday subscription rates are $8
for one year, $4 for six months, $2
fcr three months. Daily only rates
are $6 by the year, $3 for six months,
S1.50 for three months. 19-3t
Mrs. L. T. Izlar has arrived in
Ocala from a pleasant visit with rela
tives in South Carolina. She is at her
home on Wenona street.
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
Rev. J. "Z. Neighbour, the members
cf the choir of Grace Episcopal church
and a few friends left Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock in cars
for Inverness. When they arrived
they found that the members of the
Episcopal guild of that place had
prepared for their coming and a de delicious
licious delicious snpper was served at the
Orange hotel. At 7:30 o'clock in St.
Mary's Episcopal church, Rev. Neigh Neighbour
bour Neighbour officiating, evening prayer was
said with a short address by the min-:
ister. The Christmas carol service i
was given by the choir which was en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by a large congregation. Mr.
Lester Lucas sang "Abide With Me"
and Mr. Edwin Gernant, with chorus,
sar.g "The Birthday of a King." This
Christmas service was given at In-
Notlcs is hereby Riven that the city
of Ocala by an ordinance approved No November
vember November 5th. 1S21, requires that the fol
lowing named as owners of the real
estate described below, situated in-said
city, Marlon county, Florida, make the
nnprovements hereinafter specified fcn
front of and abutting that part of said
eal estate abutting that part of said
after named, to-wt:
.Mrs. Flora Brown as owner of: Com
mencing 162 leet north or southeast
corner of lot 1 of Reardon's Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town lots, thence east 132 feet to Tus-
eiwilla 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 i
to Tuscawilla street, tiorth 102 feet,
west 132 feet, south 102 feet to p o b.
is required to construct curb as afore
said on Tuacawilla street.
Helen P. Sasser as owner of: Com
mencing 4a Yt reet soutn or soutnwest
intersection of Adams and Tuscawilla
-treets, thence south 65 feet, west 110
feet, north 6a feet, east 110 feet. Is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
on Tuscawilla street.
Mrs. Fannie Cole as owner of the s
of fractional block 61, Old Survey cf
Ocala. excepting 92 feet east and west
on east end. 4s 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 Y. 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
Sallie I. Chambliss, as owner of lot 2
Seymours suo or tne soutnwesi 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 street.
S. M. Frazier. as owner of: (South
one-third of lot 3. block Y Allred's ad
dition to Ocala, Is required to construct
curb as aforesaid, on North (Magnolia
Josie E. Randall, as owner of aortn
half of south half of southwest quarter
of block J Allreds' addition to Ocala,
is required to construct curb -s afore
said on North Magnolia street.
A. H. Heineman. as owner of: Com
mencing at the northwest corner of
block 19 Allred's addition to OcaJa.
south 5214 feet, east 10a feet, north
52iv feet, west 105 feet to D m re
quired to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Ma-trnolia street.
Herman BeaiJamin as owner of: Com
mencing 89 feet north of the southwest
corner of section townsnip ia soutn,
ranee 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
mencing 29 feet north of the southwest
corner of section 8, township 15 south,
range 22 east, thence north 60 feet,
thence east 210 feet, thence south 60
feet, thence west 210 feet to p o i, is
required to construct curb as aforesaid
on North Magnolia street.
U"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 2 of
Caldwell's addition to Ocala, is requir required
ed required to construct sidewalk and curb as
aforesaid on Canchei street.
Hans Peterson as owner of: Lots 7
and 8 of block 2 of Florida Central
T-and Oomnanv's sub of 'blosks 2 and 4,
Allred's addition to Ocala, in section
township 15 south, range 22 east, is re required
quired required to construct curb as aforesaid
vn" Xorth Maimolia street.
. J. S. Grantham, as owner of lot 12
of tlock 2. Florida Central I And Com Com-Danv's
Danv's Com-Danv's sub of .blocks X and 4, Allred's
addition to Ocala. is required to con
struct curb as aforesaid on North Atag
V. H. Mullen, as owner of lot S of
block l. sab &' lots 1. 2 and S of block
Q, AllreS's addition to Ocala, Is requir required
ed required to construct curb as aforesaid on
North Maimolia street.
w. J. Ft ink, as owner of block It.
Allred s addition to Ocala, is required
to construct curb as aforesaid on North
iid sidewalks to toe five feet in
width, the base to oe four inches thick
on iMain street, on all other streets
thre inches thick, and to be one part
Portland cement, three parts -Lake
Weir sand, five parts crushed stone!
wearSnsr surface to toe applied before
base is dry and to -be one inch thick
and t a be of one part Portland cement,
two iarts Lake Weir sand. Curbs to
be ftve inches thick and at least one
foot deep and to be one part Portland
rment. two iarts Lake Weir sand and
four arts crushed stone. Grades to be
furnished by city on request. The con construction
struction construction of said improvaments to be
commenced by March 10th. 1922, arvl if
said improvements are -not commenced
by said date toy said owners, the same
will be done by the city of Ocala and
a?ss8ment certificates issued therefor.
This the 10th day of December, A. D.
1921. H. C. SI ST RUNIC.
12-12-5t-Mon City Clerk.
A&?&.77 45 c to 80 c
35c and 40c
and red, lb.-.
LETTUCE, the best Iceberg
COCOANUTS, -I f and
each X vl C
walnuts, per pound
shell, per pound
GRAPEFRUIT f 3 for
Belleview .... IvC
Dromedary QC 2 for
Guava Paste, Imported
three pounds net
Celery, very Ol and
FULL ASSORTMENTS OF CHOCO CHOCOLATE
LATE CHOCOLATE CANDIES IN BULK
FULL LINE OF FIREWORKS
Prettiest Apples in Town
FORT KING CONFECTIONERY
This is a Studebaker year. I Why not give useful gifts? Tha
j GIRL a "COAT," the BOY a "SUIT."
11 1. mff T" m i Xn ennnln .st. Af?4 V...1H O
iv. une, hi. pajsician ana i ""ijr jvu u.usi tucayiy. ws
surgeon, specialist eye. ear. now andjoar -ine. "FISHEL'S." 12-3t
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent ft ore, : 't
Ocala. Flm. Adv-tf j This is a Studebaker year.
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
igs, chic'.ens, etc. For plants and
lariicualrs see F. W. Ditto. Ocala,
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Xet us have your orders at
once for your Xmas needs
S. R. PYLES & C0UPANY
; Phone 555
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Ocala Storjge Cattery Co
I representing "Willard Battcrie
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