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WEATHER. FORECAST Generally cloudy tonight and Thursday, colder in extreme north portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning. 53; this aft
ere oct, 72.
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 11)21
1Y HAD THEY SO
COX ASKS ALIOS
FOR HIS COIN
III HOT BE ABIE
TO GET AM
HAS THE CAS
YET IN OEOATE
FREIGHT BATES Fl
And to Inflict Heavy: Fine for Break Breaking
ing Breaking It, Introduced by Congress Congressman
man Congressman Aruiwrge
Washington, Dec. 21. A bill -pro
hibiting the formation in Congress of
blocs, based upon pairticular pursuits
or geographical location, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of in any way affecting legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, was introduced1 today by Repre Repre-x
x Repre-x esentative Ansorge, republican, of
New York. Senators! and representa representatives
tives representatives would be subject to a fine of
$5000 in case is were proved they be belonged
longed belonged to a "bloc."
BANDITS TOOK MONEY
FKttM OHIO BANK
Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 21. Five
armed bandits held up the Steelton
branch of the Citizens Trust and Sav Savings
ings Savings Bank oday arid escaped with
We have had phenomenal success
on the wearing qualities of our
"SHOES." We sell you to sell again.
Smoke Den' Rey. That good cigar.
We have a big : assortment of
Christmas candles all colors. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
Christmas cards "made in Dixie,"
at Gerig's Drug Store. 5-tf
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
All our windows feature men's X X-mas'
mas' X-mas' presents, knitted feies, silk sox,
crepe and fine madras shirts, wool
sex and belts with the new idea
buckle. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
Fresh eggs 55 cents jper dozen at
Farmers' Exchange Stor. 19-4t
If it is for her we haven't it, but she
can find it for him here. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Bro. i 15-8t
Just received, good range of men's
and young men's pants, including real
French serge of special merit. Prices
very tempting. E. C. Jordan & Bro.,
near Federal Bakery. 15-8t
Smoke Don Rey. That goiDd cigar.
; At the
White, perUozen- - $5JD0
Pink, per dozen 6.00
I JOM dhntz
. 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. 7 -," '..
(Eastern Standard Thine)
SEABOARD AIH LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTorH: 2:10 am
1:55 pm'y Jacksonville '. 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Y Jacksonville 3:50 pm
-" v- : Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:C5 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 urn
1:50 pra Tampa-Manateer 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsfcrjr 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. R.
2:27 am JacksonviHe-N'Yc.rk 2:33 un
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansvilile 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeiand 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunnellonWilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3 :30 pm Homosassa ; 1 :25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Careful estimates made. on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
In Its Third Day of Discussion
. Whether to Ratify the Treaty Or
Defy the English
Dublin, Dec. 21. (By Associated
Press). Dail Eireann today Entered
the third day. of its public discussion
of the Irish peace treaty with the out outcome
come outcome of the vote on the question of
ratification still in doubt. Claims of
the opposing faction range from a
majority of two against the treaty to
ten in its favor.
. BUSHWHACKERS IN ULSTER
' Belfast, Dec. 21.- (By .Associated
Press). Armed gangs operating in
Londonderry took fifteen men from
their homes yesterday, removing them
to an unknown destination. The
raiders, who were not disguised, were
strangers in the neighborhood.
DUFFY SHOWS GOOD SENSE
Dublin, Dec. 21. (By Associated
Press). Opposition to referring the
Anglo-Irish treaty to the Irish elec electorate,
torate, electorate, was voiced by George Duffy,
one of its negotiators, in "his argu argument
ment argument for ratification of the pact de delivered
livered delivered at this morning's session of
Dail Eireann. He opposed this course
because a plebiscite campaign, he as asserted,
serted, asserted, would rend the country from
one end to the other.
SANTA HAS A TREAT
The boys and 'girls of Ocala "and
the surrounding country had another
opportunity to see Santa yesterday on
the courthouse square, and a whole
big lot of them did so, and shook
hands with him and told him what
they would like lr Christmas. And
then, as some of the big children in
the stores were going to feel very
much like they were left out in the
cold, Santa visited some of the
stores just to say "HelloJ" and to in invite
vite invite the big kids ss well as the little
onesto come to the city lot on Satur-.
day night, Christmas eve, at seven
o clock to see the tree and get their
candy. What do you think the great
big kids want Santa to bring them for
Christmas? Well, just to mention only
two: one wants a great big doll and
the other wants ore hundred dollars,
and they both want some candy.
But where do you suppose Santa
was today ? All those children who
are in ihe primary school know. Such
sweet voices as the Ocala children
have, and how well trained they arej
It was a sure enough treat that Santa
had today, for he loves to hear chil children
dren children sing. O, boy! Wait until Satur Satur-daynight
daynight Satur-daynight and then well hear some
singing around the Christmas tree.
You bet you!
. And now folks, please do not send
in any more money. The check from
the Woman's Club came in yesterday
and the big boys of the Ocala Rotary
Club, like the jolly good sports they
are took up a collection which amount amounted
ed amounted to twenty-four dollars, and a few
promised to hand in theirs later. And
they also promised more for relief
work should necessity arise. Isn't
that just splendid"? '
Anybody else who desires to share
H ; the Christmas "joy of giving joy
may do so I'm sure by contributing to
any of the other worthy causes that
are being brought to the attention of.
the people of the city.
The cash now cn hand is $220.25.
The committee -certainly wishes to
thank you all very much.- The city
children will please excuse Santa until
Saturday, as he finds he has so much
to do and so many places to go. But
meet him at the city Christmas tree
next Saturday evening at 7 o'clock,
All members and friends of the
Btys' Athletic Association of the
Ocala schools are requested to attend
a meeting at the Board of Trade room
at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best rrueals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
"CHERRY" Serge, the newest color
for Wool Middies, Dresses, Slipovas,
at "FISHEL'S." 12-3t
Shop early and avoid the rush.
One of the best values in the Bar Bar-nett
nett Bar-nett stock which we bought at mas master's
ter's master's sale, are the men's hats. These
I 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
JACOBS SUPERB CANDY in holi
day boxes, priced f rom 10c to $25, at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
Leading Republicans of Massachusetts
Seem Given to Unduly Diluting
Boston, Dec. 21. Prohibition offi-
cers raided, a room in the Quincy
House last night, directly above the
room where Governor Cox cf Massa
chusetts, was being entertained at
a dinner of republican leaders, and
seized twenty bottles of cocktail and
four bottles of whisky. State Prohi Prohibition
bition Prohibition Director Potter was present at
the dinner. According to the officers,
several of .the dinner guests were in
the room where the- liquor was found.
The officers said when they entered
the room they found in addition to the
liquor two, long tables on which were
200 whisky glasses, twelve empty
whisky bottles and sixteen empty wa wa-tei
tei wa-tei bottles.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Parker Found Guilty of Murder in the
First Degree, but With a Rec- -ommendation
In the circuit court this morning,
A.""L. Parker, who killed J. B. Can Can-nington
nington Can-nington near Orange Lake June 25
last, was found guilty of murder in
the first degree, with a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to the mercy of the court. This
verdict means a life sentence for Par Parker.
The case was a hard fought one
from the time selection of the jury
began Monday afternoon until the
closing argument of the defendant's
attorney at eleven o'clock today, when
Judge W. S, Bullock's charge was
given the jury. The charge was clear
and concise and its every word was
intently listened to by each member
of the jury as well as by those occupy occupying
ing occupying seats in the courtroom.
The jury had been out of the court
room about thirty minutes when it
filed back and returned its verdict as
The state's witnesses heard yester-
day afternoon testified to the facts in
the case as stated in the Star at theA
time of the affair in.June.
Mrs. Mary Amerson, the only eye
witness to the tragedy, told about
being in the cow lot adjoining the
residence of Mr. J. B. Cannington,
the murdered man, near Mcintosh,
when Parker came up and fired a load
of buckshot into his (Cannington's)
back, killing him instantly. Parker
re-loaded his gun and left.
Mr. James Cannington, son of the
dead man, who lives in Georgia, took
the witness stand and presented a
map of the premises which was intro introduced
duced introduced in evidence after certain eras erasures
ures erasures had been ordered by the court.
Mr. J W. Jones, who lived at the
Cannington home at the time of the
killing, stated that Mr. Cannington's
gun had not been moved from the
rack in the room where it was always
kept on the morning of the tragedy;
also saw Parker re-load his gun and
walk away, though he did not see the
shooting take place.
A. L. Amerson, who also lived on
the Cannington place, said he did not
see the shooting, but upon hearing the
shot looked in the direction from
whence he heard the report and. saw
Parker leaving the cow lot fence.
Messrs. J. C Quarterman, J. C. Tur Tur-nipseed
nipseed Tur-nipseed and William Martindale, mer merchants
chants merchants at Mcintosh, testified to the
defendant's actions on the day before
the homicide in securing shotgun
shells. The two first named witnesses
testified that they did not furnish the
shells as they did not have in stock
shells loaded with sufficiently 'large
shot to suit the prospective purchaser.
Mr. Martindale sold him shells con containing
taining containing 00 buckshot, loaded with 3H
drams of powder.
Deputy Sheriff Irvine McCarley was
called and told of Parker's confession
of the affair-when he placed him un under
der under arrest on the day of the killing.
The defense produced no witnesses
except that the defendant himself
took the stand and told of the inci incidents
dents incidents leading up to the shooting. He
told about a contract existing between
himself and the dead manNas to a
piece of land near the home of the
latter- He went to the Cannington
home on the day before the killing
and talked over the matter with Mr.
Cannington, but there was no satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory settlement of the affair. He
wrote two letters to Mr. Cannington
about the matter, but got no replies,
He said that finding the stock of Mr. more of the pretty rugs we are show show-Cannington
Cannington show-Cannington in the field in dispute was j irg this season? The reasonable
all the proof he needed that he (Can- j prices will surprise you. Call and
nington) would kill him if his plans j see them. Thetis Brothers, The Fur Fur-were
were Fur-were interfered with. Parker admit-j nrture Men. 30-tf
ted the purchase of the shells as indi- s ;
cated by a state witness. He admit- Christmas candles, large size, six
ted making the second trip near the for 50 cents at Court Pharmacy. 6t
Cannington place before he saw Can-
nington- He claims thai when he ap-i Federal Fruit Cake. 16-tf
Writ of Mandamus Served on The
State'ControlIer for Former
Health Officer's Wages
Tallahassee, Dec. 2L A writ
j mandamus was filed in the circuit
court heie today and served on Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller Amos calling on him to show
why he does not audit the expense ac account
count account of Dr. yv. H. Cox, former state
health officer, and pay his expense
money as directed by act of the last
legislature. Dr. Cox received a war warrant
rant warrant for $5842 for his services immed immediately
iately immediately after adjournment of the legis legislature.
proached Cannington he asked him if
ht intended to put his cows in the field
again, and upon being told that he did,
and seeing the stock of a gun in the
feed trough, raised his gun and fired,
and Cannington fell to the ground. He
said that he could hardly realize that
he had fired the gun, and on un-
breaching his gun took out the shell j
ai.x jiui ma uugcr.uiiu ib lu matve cer certain
tain certain that it had been exploded. He
then told about his arrest later at his
Mrs. Lorine Jones was afterward
put upon the "stand by the state to
add to former testimony that the gun
of Mr. Carinington had not been mov mov-eu
eu mov-eu from the rack where it was kept on
the day of the tragedy. She also tes testified
tified testified that the two sons of Mrs. Amer-
son had no gun on the premises.
J. W. Jones was recalled to the
stand and told about the visit of Par
ker to the Cannington home the day
before the killing.
After the testimony was all in yes yesterday'
terday' yesterday' afternoon Mr. R. B. Bullock
made the first presentation of the case'
to the jury in behalf of the defendant.
He was followed by Mr. Jon P. Knight,
a former neighbor and friends of Mr.
Cannington while he lived in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, who came to Ocala to assist in
the state's prosecution of the case.
Court then adjourned until nine
o'clock this .morning.
At this morning's session State At-
torney Scofield presented the state's
case to the jury in an hour's talk,
which was followed by Mr.' Bullock's
The case of Frank Birch, colored,
charged with rape, is now in progress.
The following jury was completed just
after the noon recess: Roy Nettles,
Oliver McDonald, O. A: Jennings, C. C.
Curry, L. W. Best. J. A. Hale, H. E.
Snowden, Stewart Baskin, C. E. Cork,
W. R. Brown, J. B. Peck.
Mr. Raymond B. Bullock is defend defending
ing defending the case, while the state is being
represented by State Attorney Sco Scofield
field Scofield and Mr. L. N. Green, county at attorney.
torney. attorney. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer is able to
be up again after a week's illness.
This is a Studebaker year.
Please shop today at THE BOOK
SHOP as we can give you much" better
service than if you wait until the
24tfi. THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Sterling Silver PICTURE Frames
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Mrs. T. C. Carter returned, this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Lake City, where she
went to attend the funeral of her
aunt, Mrs. R. H. Howse Mrs. Howse
was known in Ocala, having visited
here several times.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Advtf
, : i
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
Fruit Cake, 50
Choice live poultry is always one of
our leaders. Phone us, 108, Main
Street Market. 6-tf
J What would make a more suitable
i holiday gift to the wife than one or
British Delegates to the ArmsCon ArmsCon-ference
ference ArmsCon-ference Have Canceled Their
Dec 31 Steamship Reservations
Washington, Dec. 21. (Associated
r-ress). ine British delegation to
the arms conference today cancelled
the reservations it had made on a
steamer sailing from New York Dec
31st. It is stated members of the dele delegation
gation delegation think there is little chance of
their being able to leave before the
middle of January.
JAPAN MAY STICK ON SHAN SHANTUNG
TUNG SHANTUNG QUESTION
The British delegation is said to
fe! that the action of Japanese dele
gates in calling upon Hokio for fur further
ther further instructions in regard to Shan
tung would involve considerable delay
in settlement of that question.
MR. II. C. KENNEDY
Editor Star: The reproduction of
Mr. A: Christensen's statement in the
Friday, Dec. 16th, issue of your pa paper,
per, paper, entitled "Oklawaha Valley Up
Against It," has been noted by my myself
self myself and I presume by many others,
the same being reproduced in the Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Dec. 17th, issue of the Palatka
Daily News, and for the benefit of
those who might be interested in the
true situation and facts, I beg space
in your next issue to comment on Mr.
Christensen's statement, as follows:
Complicated it is for the human
mind to comprehent just why Mr.
Christensen should undergo so much
trouble straightening out the little O.
V. railroad affairs, the fact existing
that the O. V. railroad having been
turned over to him in an operating
and paying condicion. Operating un under
der under Receiver Cummings' administra administration
tion administration cannot be subjected to a question,
because the patrons and acquaintances
of the road know that service was
rendered regularly, and a good sched schedule
ule schedule was maintained. Neither can a
question exist as to whether or not it
was a paying proposition when turned
over to Mr. Christensen. The court has
recently seen fit to investigate its
financial operating condition, and to
its own satisfaction- ; Receiver Cum Cummings
mings Cummings experienced no difficulty in
proving that the road was more than
paying operating expenses. In such
a condition it was turned over to Mr.
The accusation which he charges
(or rather excuse) in so far as he has
been unable to get wood cut along the
line of the O. V. R. R because the
road already owed so much for fuel
that the people were reluctant to fur furnish
nish furnish any more ut til the back' debt3
were paid,. is incorrect. When Mr.
Christensen took charge of the road
Receiver Cummings owed only for one
day's supply, or cutting, offuel, and
that has now been paid for. All of its
employees have also been paid in full.
It .is publicly admitted that the
road, under Receiver Cummings' ad administration
ministration administration is due the Seaboard and
Atlantic Coast Line railroads for ter terminal
minal terminal facilities, and possibly a few
other minor amounts. Such indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness being fully protected by a cash
bond in the amount of $15,000 requir required
ed required of Mr. Cummings as receiver by the
court. This bond is now being held
pending a time when the court may
see fit to have the accounts audited.
Relative to the bunk which is claim claimed
ed claimed has been handeti the people in re regard
gard regard to new material and improve improvements,
ments, improvements, the new material and improve improvements
ments improvements are there and speak for them themselves.
selves. themselves. If the right name for what
has been handed the people along thi3
line is "bunk," for the life of me I
don't know where to begin looking for
a suitable name for that which is try trying
ing trying to be handed them now.
"Even the typewriter and adding
machine almost unfit for use." Only
one key on each machine being slight slightly
ly slightly irregular. The adding machine
when turned over to Receiver Cum Cummings
mings Cummings was entirely out of order, but
was sent to the factory and thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly overhauled and the expense paid
during the administration of Receiver
Cummings. Yours very truly,
II. C Kennedy.
Rodman, Fla., Dec. 20.
This is a Studebaker year.
. Neckties, gloves auto and dress
handkerchiefs initial and plain. H.
A. Waterman, the Haberdasher. 20-4t
Gniranteed 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
Smoke Don Rey. That good dsr.
Money for tlie Street Improvement
Bonds Turned Over to the City
Government this Morning
The city of Ocala street improve improvement
ment improvement bonds, for which the Commercial
Bank contracted on August 4th last,!
v.ere finally approve and delivered
ltday by the sinking fund cbmmision
of Ocala. composed of John C. Dozier.
chairman, rj. J. Crook, secretarr-!
treasurer, D. EL Mclver, president of
tne city council, and N. P. Davis.
-'After proper signature and legal
formalities in the present of FrH
Hocker, city attorney, J, M. Thomas
and J. 11. Themll, the bonds were de delivered
livered delivered to Roger Dodd, vice president
and cashier of the Commercial Bank,
by the chairman of the sinkinsr fund
commission and he in turn delivered a
cashier's check for $45,805.55. cover
ing interest from Oct 1st to date, and
the bid of the bank made last August
WASHINGTON GIVES WARNING
OF A COLD WAVE
Washington, Dec. 21. The temper
ature will fall almost generally east
of the Mississippi river tonight and in
the Atlantic states Thursday. Cold
wave warnings have been issued for
the east and storm warnings on the
North Atlantic coast.
In the county judge's office yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Judge Futch officiating, Miss
Margaret Register was married to
Mr. Cecil Sullivan. License was also
issued to Mr. Coke Flanagan of Mont Mont-clair,
clair, Mont-clair, N. J, and Miss Irene Bassett
GINGHAMS! It wouldn't look like
there wa3 a shortage on Ginghams to
see our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
We have a larger assortment than
usual of hand made gifts and useful
articles for the home and a special
line for the babies. Come see for
yourself. Prices 5c up. Affleck JMil JMil-linery
linery JMil-linery Parlor, 111 E. Broadway. 21-3t
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 153. tf
Having bought the Barnett stock
of very dependable merchandise at so
great a saving enables us to pull
down the prices of our new goods
which are now coming in on every ex express.
press. express. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t
Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
At Citra Monday night, Walter
Young was shot and severely wounded
by Ernest White. Both colored. White
is in the county jail and Young in the
At the meeting of the city council
last night, the vote in the recent elec election
tion election was canvassed. Dr. Peek was de declared
clared declared elected mayor, E. H. Martin, H.
W. Henry and W. R. Pedrick council council-men.
men. council-men. ;
Men's Furnishings and Hats. "We
can please you. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Ladies' and men's trunks, bags and
suit cases. Ladies ask especially to
see the Boston bag. Ladies' and men's
umbrellas. II. A. Waterman, The
Ladies' COATS. New Stock just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles. FISHEL'S 12-3t
WANTED 10 or 15 horsepower gas gas-oline
oline gas-oline stationary engine; must be in
Al condition. Box 375, Ocala. 21-t
WANTED To rent a house for fam family
ily family of five. Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. 21-6t
FOR SALE Nice fat Christmas tur turkeys.
keys. turkeys. Address C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala. 21-tf
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
John P. Brinson, Complainant, vs.
Annie Arpie Brinson, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service,
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Annie Arpie
Brinson, be and is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed
in this cause on or before
Monday ,the 2nd day of January, 1S22
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 15th day of November, 122L.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By R. K. Eatts, D. C
W. E. Smith,
Complainant's Soliktor. ll-lS-we4
Long and Short Haul Principle to Be
Supported by a Meeting Dec
' 29 in Lakeland
For the purpose cf gettir.2- the in.
tenor points in South Florida awake
and actively engaged in bringing
about the establishment of the long
and short haul principle in Florid!
rates, the Lakeland chamber of com
merce has called a meeting of the
presidents, secretaries and chairmen
of the transportation committees cf
the chambtiti of commerce of Ocala,
Bartow, Gainesville, Orlando, Eustis, -Leesburg,
Arcadia, Kissimmee, Dsda
Cty, Brooksville, DeLand and Lake
Wales to meet jointly with the nip-n.
btrs of the Interior WKnla nrL
- & V W A 3
Association in Lakeland. Thursdav.
Dec. 29th. at 10 a. m. The Marion
County Board of Trade will arrange
te have representation at this meet
The matter of the loni? and short
haul principle is soon to come up be before
fore before the Interstate Commerce Com Commission.
mission. Commission. The establishment of thi3
principle in the railroad tarLTs would
mean the saving of thousands of dol
lars to the shipper and receiver of
freight in the interior points, and will
give the interior points" an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for expansion along wholes&le
and distributing lines such as thev
have never enjoyed. The new freight
rates as proposed by the four section
committee of southern carriers were
carefully gone over by a special com committee
mittee committee of the Marion County Board of
Trade last month and the Board of
Trade petitioned the Interstate Com
merce Commission to put the new
rates into effect as soon as possible.
CHRISTMAS TREE AT
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Old Santa' Claus will be at the
Christian church Friday evening. Doc
23rd, at eight o'clock. The church, the
Sunday school and their friends are
irvited to come and to enjoy the eve
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion will hold a called meet
ing tonight at the armory at eight
o'clock. There is very important bus
iness to be attended to.
Claire I Moremen, Sec'y.
LEG ION, ATTENTION I
Fall in, new members in front ranks,
old in rear. Count off! What I Two of
you guys show no new member in
front of you. Step out of ranks. Take
K. P. for next month. Legion, dis
Two prominent Baptist young peo people
ple people of Gainesville were in Ocala lion lion-day
day lion-day on important business. After call calling
ing calling on Judge L. E. Futch, they pre presented
sented presented themselves at the Baptist par parsonage
sonage parsonage where the vows that made
them man and wife were spoken. The
contracting parties were Charles W.
Pemble, formerly of Savannah, and
Miss Lillian Kathleen Boardman. Mr,
Pemble is a commercial salesman,
having his headquarters in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. As he makes Ocala every month
or so, he is well known here The
bride 13 one of the most faithful help helpers
ers helpers in the First Baptist church cf
Gainesville. Many good wies cf
their friends will follow them.
Plant now and have abundance cf
high value green feed for dairy cows,
ligs, chickens, etc For plants and
articualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street llar llar-ket.
ket. llar-ket. Phone 1C3. 6-tf
PLAYTHINGS that" last at THE
GIFT SHOP. 19-4t
You will make it easier for yourself
and for us if you will shop before Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at THE BOOK SHOP. 13-4t
ftiHt Any one who needs
fpr gasiH,3 wouid appreciate
- them for Christmas. Ue Ue-?r"E
?r"E Ue-?r"E ful and beneScial every
day m the year.
DR. K. J. WTIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Let us have your orders at
once for your Xmas needs
. s. il pyies & cc:i?a:;y
OCALA EVENED STAB. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1921
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vith the Rodman company room to
answer anvthmg taid m this paper
about the O. V., that we don't believe
Mr. Christensen has exaggerated in
his statements about the road. Per Personally,
sonally, Personally, we know a number of his
statements' to be true and others are
supported by the evidence of other
people well acquainted with the road.
We wrote the article not m criticism
of the Rodman- company, but in the
hope to obtain support for the O. V.,
which obviously 'can't continue to
operate unless it obtains business
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ANDY IS A GOOD SPORT
Florida likes the tin can but de
spises the tin horn tourists.
"Pussyfoot" Johnson is- coming to
Florida, to war on the bootleggers.
Those who try to prevent peace be between
tween between England and Ireland are foes
of q humanity. I
People in Peerless Pinellas seem to
have a predilection for killing other
people in pairs.
Preparation are being made co
build that new sc hoolhouse for An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. It will cost $14,000 andD3
strictly up to date.
The Kuklux Klan, or rather the
imitation of the Kuklux Klan, is dying
a natural death. The Klan had a
cause. The imitation is merely a fad.
. The Star wants to go to press extra
early Saturday afternoon Will the
pastors of churches please send in
notices for their Sunday services
early Saturday morning, or, if possi possible,
ble, possible, Friday afternoon.
Nut growers are going to hold a
convention in Texas How would Sen Senators
ators Senators Tom Watson and Pat Harrison
do for exhibits ? Times-Union.
. It's sound nuts and not sounding
nuts that : are needed for exhibits.
-; ... ... i
Yes,, that Irish treaty business was
something of an achievement. But
wait 5 till Lloyd .. George tackles India.
That's a dozen Irelands rolled into
one. St. Augustine Record.
And a dozen times easier to man manage.;
age.; manage.; ',.
Mr. L. T. Hickson. has been re reelected,
elected, reelected, mayor of Mcintosh. Mr.
Hickson is incurring a reputation for
common sense decisions that will
eventually make the executives of
some 1 bigger towns sit up and take
notice. $j i--'; .:.',
,) ". : ..
It's fun, to see the Jacksonville Me-1
trppolis give a half -cpliumn 1 criticism
to the temporary outbreak'of a bunch
,of school children in a city a hundred
miles off. Now, if we wrote a half half-column
column half-column criticism about Jacksonville
school children the Metropolis would
probably tell us to mind our own
The, Miami Herald, speaking of Wm.
J. Bryan's eligibility to: become a sen senator
ator senator from Florida, says he has been "a
resident of the state for eight years.
What's the matter with the Herald
going to the Dade coun ty registration
books and finding out and telling
when Mr. Bryan registered as a citi citizen
zen citizen of Florida? All the rest of us
hlive to date our. citizenship that
day -why should he be an exception?
The "Iiffl ependent believes in print printing
ing printing the truth, and if this is not done
if the unfavorable things are sup suppressed
pressed suppressed and only the good printed
then the public soon would lose confi confidence
dence confidence in" the paper. 55 1. Petersburg
This is a fundamental truth, friend
Independent; and one your readers
will readily believe except in those
few occasions when soime unpleasant
truth applies to them.
Elsewhere we print a communica communication1
tion1 communication1 Yrom" Mr. H.C. Kennedy, anent
the 0 V.Jrailroad. Mr. Kennedy will
see, probably wkh irritation, that we
neve marked a part of ; his letter out,
that part being mostly personal re remarks
marks remarks about Mr, Christensen. In ex
planation, we will say to him and our
other friends, that while we don't mind
printing abusive remarks about our our-self
self our-self or the Star (both being used to
them) that we can't allow the paper
to be made a vehicle for, unparliamen unparliamentary
tary unparliamentary expressions about other folks.
One reason for this is that it might
give the other folks room for a libel
suit against the paper; another is
that it isn't just. Some of the cause
for Mr. Kennedy's ceriisure of Mr.
Christensen is that the; Palatka News
published our art'de ai! an interview
with Mr. Christensen, when it was an
editorial and the Star itself is respon responsible
sible responsible for it. We will say right here
that while we are willing to give Mr.
A good many people have wondered,
since the election, if Mr. A A. Winer
would contest Dr. Henry's seat in the
council. The Star has felt sure that
Mr. Winer would do no such thing, as
it believed he wa a better citizen and
a 'better sport than to dispute the
plainly and overwhelmingly pro pronounced
nounced pronounced wish of the people. That
our opinion of "Andy" was correct is
proven by the following document,
which he submitted to the council
To the City Council of the City of
Since there has been some question
as to the eligibility of Dr. H. W. Hen
ry to serve as councilman for the city
of Ocala from the first ward, I feel
that it is only appropriate that there
should be some expression from me In
The people of Ocala have very
clearly shown that they desire that
the policies as to the administration
of city affairs advocated by Dr.
Henry, be carried into effect. While
I am still convinced that time will
sho' that my position was the one
be it adapted, to the interests of the
r ity, still I do no believe that any
technicality should be allowed to in interfere
terfere interfere with the people of Ocala hav having
ing having what they want- For this reason
I trust thatTJr. Henry will be declared
elected and be seated without any -delay
what ever, and I promise him my
hearty, support and co-operation in
the advancement of our community.
Respectfully, A. A. Winer.
We presume some-soft-hearted folk
will accuse us of being a heartless
wretch, bat we do wish the town au authorities
thorities authorities would keep beggars off the
streets. Nearly all counties have
farms or other places where such peo people
ple people can go if they cannot earn their
living by labor and the people are
taxed to keep up these institutions
for the indigent Most professional
beggars are better off, financially,
than most of th people who contri contribute
bute contribute to their support. Punta Gdrda
''We cant help an ossification in the
cardiac region toward beggars our our-self,
self, our-self, Friend Herald. They used to be
as scarce in Ocala as six-legged tom tomcats,
cats, tomcats, but have become increasingly
numerous of late years.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
JUDGE ALEX WYNNE
Long before the appointed time peo people
ple people began to assemble from all the
surrounding country at "La Corona,"
the home at'Eastlake of Judge Alex
Wynne, to do honor and reverence at
the last sad rites for he who for
twenty-six years had gone out and in
among them, their friend and neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, judge and counselor. ...
At 2:30 o'clock Rev. Mr. Albright
of the Weirsdale Presbyterian church,
began the service? by reading the
twenty-third Psalm followed by
prayer. Then taking up the words of
the Psalm, beautiful and comforting
words were spoken and enlarged upon
during the services. The two old and
ever new hymns, ''Nearer My God to
Thee" and "Abide With Me, to the
low,arld softened strains of the "piano,
were sung, and. with another short
prayer for guidance and strength, the
announcement wa.t made that the
services would be concluded at the
The pall bearer3, Mr. Emest LyJe,
Mr. Robert Dougtas, Mr. McLsne,
Mr. Jaeoby, Mr. Julian Hanell and
Mr. Overton carefully and reverently
carried the casket out and placed it
upon the struck which assumed un unwonted
wonted unwonted dignity as its precious burden
was placed upon it. The long proces procession
sion procession followed around the beautiful
shores of Lake Weir, silently wending
its way to the cemetery at Oklawaha,
where at his request, as he said to his
wife: "Josie,. don't bury me alone,
bury me among people," he waslaid
Arriving at tha cemetery, -the body
was lowered into the open grave. "Rev.
Albright in a fervent prayer for the
afflicted wife, who -alone remains of
all his family to mourn his loss, con consigned
signed consigned the body, earth to earth, ashes,
to ashes. The Masons -then took
charge of the services and with beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and solemn ceremonies, con concluded
cluded concluded the Services. Quickly the
mound of earth was raised and cover covered
ed covered by loving hands with a profusion
of flowers, which had been sent by a
large circle of friends, tokens of love
and, sympathy. And so, amidst the
sighing of the pines and the sunlit
sky by day and the moon and stars
keeping the silent vigil at night, "the
judge on the hill" was left with the
AUTO RACES AT THE
FAIR GROUNDS DEC. 26
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
tf t DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
CORRESPONDENCE CARDS with
silver, gold or plain border in assorted
tints, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
For dress, woolen socks, also lisle
and silk stockings for ladies and boys
at WATERMAN'S, 20-4t
"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
Friendly WisKes." 12-3t
Ocala people and those of the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding vicinity .will have the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of seeing one of the roost spec spectacular
tacular spectacular feats of auto racing ever
done in Ocala, all by Marion county
boys, Monday, Dec. 26th.
Several cars have already been en entered;
tered; entered; Bray with a Chevrolet; Seneff
with a Ford special; Jim Tucker with
a new model car; Wikle with a Buick,
and several others.
Everybody should try and be put
and help the boys, make it a success.
The winner will receive $150 in cash.
WHERE IS YOUR MEMBER?
Have you obeyed the command of
Post Commander Moremen and secur secured
ed secured a new member for the post? If not,
your time is short or you will have
let the time limit pass without secur securing
ing securing your quota.' Step lively now!
Snap into it? You sailors hit the deck
and lash up those hammocks. What
do you think this is? A hotel! Look Looking
ing Looking for your toast, coffee and morn morning
ing morning paper in bed ? Get your member!
Marion County Post No. 27 has the
reputation all over the state of being
a live wire. Get busy and help retain
our reputation. Get your member to today!
day! today! American Legion.
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED.- R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf
Large selection of PARISIAN
IVORY in manicure sets, jewel boxes,
military brushes, mirrors, combs and
brushes and separate pieces .' at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
Used Car Bargains
Clearing Out Sale
One 1916 Buick ''6" Roadster, $450,00
New Tires and Al shape
One 1916 Buick 4'6" Touring Car 400.00
One 1916 Buick "4" Roadster 250.00
On 1917 Ford Touring Car 150.00
One 1916 Buick Speedster 300.00
One 1918 Ford Sedan 350.00
With Starter ;
One 1919 Ford Worm-Drive Truck 350.00
And otKer bargains
Come In and Look Them Over
Phone 348 OCALA, FLORIDA
The following tribute is in lovinr
memory of our dearly beloved sister,
Ann E. Holly, who was born Dec. 27,
1837, and died Sept. 27, 1921. She
was married to Franklin S. Holly,
Jan 2, 1867. Their ome was blessed
with seven children, five girls and two
boys. Two sons, three daughters and
a devoted, husband, also several
grandchildren are left to mourn her
She was a member of Oklawaha
Bridge Baptist church for more than
forty years, was a trueChristian and
lived an s exemplary life comforting
tiose of a heavy heart. To know her
was to love her. She will be missed by
all who knew her tnd her place in the
home and community can never be
filled. But our loss is her gain. She
was ( afflicted for several years, the
last few years 'being unable, to leave
her home, but she bore her many af
flictions with resignation and patience,
and for one afflicted as she was, pos
sessed a most cheerful spirit.
Teherefore be it resolved, That we
as a church bow to the supreme will
of our Lord and that we extend to the
bereaved family and loved ones our
Christian sympathy and that a copy
o.these resolutions be sent them; that
we dedicate a page of our minutes to
Hear what the voice from Heaven
For all the pious dead.
Sweet is the savor of their name,
And soft their sleeping beds.
They die in Jesus and are blessed;
How kind their slumbers are.
From suffering and from sin released,
And free from every snare.
Far from the world of toil and strife,
They're present with the Lord;
The labors of their natural life
End in a large reward.
P. L. Durisoe.
Mrs. Josie E. Randall.
ADDITION AT THE BOOK SHOP
Holiday Gift Suggestions
C f i )Mi.w.WjI,.w,. m,.m,,.,mif-, umi .,.-,.-.,Mi .ry
in Sterling Silver and Ivory
I AlllU I 7 us
THE BOOK SHOP
SOUTH MAIN ST.
The BOOK SHOP has a few Nippon
Dinner Sets and many attractive New
things m China. The prices are mod moderate.
erate. moderate. 15-6t
Bath robes and slippers, smoking
jackets. H. Al. Waterman, The Hab Haberdasher.
erdasher. Haberdasher. 20-4t
OF LOCAL INTEREST
The Book Shop has enlarged its
jewelry department within the past
few weeks and is now in position to
furnish practically EVERYTHING in
this line. All of the up-to-date staps i
and novelty articles are in stock, in including
cluding including a vast quantity of solid gold
and sterling, silver jewelry, which
makes after all the most suitable and
lasting holiday Dresents. Then, too,
be sure to take a look at the extensive
cases of pretty pottery and glass glassware.
ware. glassware. 15-t
Box containing two dozen small
Christmas candles for 25 cents at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-6t
Please have mercy on THE BOOK
SHOP force and shop before Satur Saturday."
day." Saturday." 19-4t
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
Some People We Know, and We Will
Profit by Hearing About Them
This is a purely local event.
H took place in Ocala.
Not in some faraway place.
You are asked to investigate it.
Asked to believe a citizen's word;
, To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Endorsed by unknown people.
John Dozier, 322 Oklaw&ha Ave.,
Ccala, says: "It is some years since I
have had any occasion to use Doan's
Kidney Pills, but I remember that
tl-ey were of benefit to me. I sincere sincerely
ly sincerely recommend the use of Doan's to
anyone suffering with symptoms of
kidney disorder, such as weak and
painful back, kidney irregularities and
a run down feeling. I consider Doan's
a most meritorious medicine for kid kid-rur
rur kid-rur ailments."
Pi-ice G0c.. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Dozier find. Koster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs Buffalo, N. Adv. 1
FOR SALE OR TO HENT
ave some very (iesirable houses and apirt apirt-memti
memti apirt-memti furnished and. unfurnished.
W. M. WILSCN, Ocala, Hoi Ida
RGGERS-HIL C. REALTY CO.
COORS MARKET and GROCERY
Merry Christmas and a HappyNew Year
Everyllffng for Hie Christinas D:nrcr
ME A TS and GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
i i-P fe 1 JL Ji- i Ji L4 ii
' SiIllmolS, GAEAGE
e ( V
it-fa. r -.. -1
Our Holiday Stock Is Now Complete;
Diamonds, Silverware, Wrist Watches, Lavellieres,
Lodge Emblem Pins
Elegant Dinner Rings, Children's Signet and
Stone Set Rings
Bracelets Brooches Gentlemen's Watches
. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Rings in all lands ot stones and embltms. Mix's Bdis and Buckles
Pearl Necklaces, Mzsh Bigs, Vainly Cases in Slsrlin$ Sib it ail Piiizd.
In fact, oar line is complete mith everything carried in
a First Class Jetcelry Store.-
Community Silver at Very "Attractive Prices
Harrington Hall Balding, Fort King Ate.
Ocila, Fieri la
OCALA ETCOXG STAK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER St, 1321
. Lr$ Furnish
Your Hoi' Jay
Spong 7 r
Makers ff the
and Cheer-ul MClotlics
That's tlie combina combination
tion combination we offer you for the
Joyful Xmas season. Let
Santa Claus tend your
suit through our Agency
I J. A. CHWLER
r 120 S. Main Sit, Upstairs
ii v a
That Increases in Valne
One of those large lots on
, FORT KING AVE.
Fronts on Ft. King and
Own your home
When you pay rent youjj
See L. M. MURRAY I
118 Fort King Avenue i
. v-.-..--.-..jrOi yLI
A PAR TM E BIT
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
Day Phone 47. Night Thone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO
Funeral Directors, Emhalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
SASH DOOR 1
HIGH GRADE PAINT
There's no extra enarge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 153. tf
You want proper stationery, don't
you ? We have it for you. Select as assortment,
sortment, assortment, also Christmas boxe3 at
Anti-llonopoly Dins Store. 10-lCt
Tit for Tat
Tnat word "thunderbolt Is hardly
a figure of speech. The thing that hit
us couldn't foe compared to anything
milder than thunder and lightning.
There was a flash, a rending, ripping
roar as if the solid earth were split splitting
ting splitting In two, and the air was filled with
flying fragments and splinters. Air, I
say. but the acrid, choking gas which
filled the shafthouse could scarcely be
"Dynamite that's what they fetched
in that wagon!" gurgled the old man
at my side. 'and I could have, shouted
for joy at the mere sound of his voice,
since it was an assurance that he
hadn't been killed outright.
. "It's nly a question of a little time,
now. Daddy," I prophesied. "What
you said yesterday that Bullerton
would try to get possession without
destroying the property no longer
holds good. lie has evidently decided
that we've got to be ousted, evt n at
the expense, of building a new shaft shaft-house
house shaft-house and installing new machinery.
Why has he changed jUs mind, when
he knows ha 1 he could starve us out
In a few days?"
"I hewt, fhinkin' about that, right
p'intcdly. Stannie. hotiIln't wonder
if sotnethin's. in fhe wind somethln'
we don't know about."
"Then there's another thing." I pnt
in. "Supposing, just for the sake of
argument, that our first guess was
right: that he did take Jeanie to
Angels three days ago and that they
were married there. You know your
daughter, .Daddy, and I know her, a
little. Nobody but an idiot would sup suppose
pose suppose that she'd live with Bullerton as
his wife for a single minute if he
makes himself your murderer.
"It sure does look that-away to a
man up a tree." admitted the stout
"I'm hanging on to the little hope
like a dog to a root; Daddy," I con confessed.
fessed. confessed. "If I can only keep on believ believing
ing believing that they're not married, I can put
up a better fight, or be-snuffed out If
I have to be with a good few less
heart-burnings." ; 0
But at, this the old man, who, no
longer ago than the yesterday; had
seemed to lean definitely toward the
n-marriage hypothesis, suddenly
"Don't you go to bankln' on any anything
thing anything like that, Stannie, son," he said
in a tone of deep discouragement.
"Charley Bullerton's a liar, from the
place where they make liars for 1 a
Uvln', and 'tain't goln' to be no trick
a-taH for him to make Jeanie, and a
lot o other folks, blieve that we
blowed ourselves up with our own.
dynamite. No, sir; don't you go to
bankln on that.!
' Then you do believe that Jeanie
went with Bullerton?"
"Looks like there ain't nothing else
left" to believe," he asserted dolefully.
"Look at It for yourself,- son : she's
been gone three whole days. If she
hadn't gone with him and the good
Lord only knows where else she could
have gone don't you reckon she'd We
been back here long afore this? No,
Stannie; we been lettln the 'wish It
was' run away with the had to be. I
reckon we just got to grit our teeth,
son, and tough it out the best we can.
During this waiting Interval, which
seemed like hours and was probably
only a f ejsv minutes, we were momen-.tarily-
expecting another crash. It did
not come; but in due course of time
we heard a stir outside and then
voices, and one of the voices, which
was not Bullerton's said: 'Til bet
that ca'trldge smoked 'em out good an
plenty, cap'n. Gimme thax, Tom, till
we bu'st open the door an have a
squint at 'em." ''.'
Just at that moment a submerging
wave of depression surged over me
and shoved me down so deep that I
think possibly If Bullerton had called
out and demanded our surrender I
should have been tempted to tell him
that I was not sq much of a hog as
not to know when I had enough. But
thesold man squeezed in beside me un under
der under the arched boiler plate was made
of better fiber ; he .was, game to the
last hair in his beard. With a wild wild-Indian
Indian wild-Indian yeH, he hunched his Winchester
Into position and fired once, twice,
thrice, at -the door, as rapidly as he
could pump the reloading lever.
A spattering fusillade was the reply
to this, but the aim was bad and the
only result was to set the air of our
prison fortress to buzzing as if a
swarm of angry bees had been turned
loose on us. After this, the raiders
withdrew, so we judged ; at all events,
the silence of the dark hour before
daybreak shut down upon us again,
and once more we had space In which
to "gather our minds." as Daddv put
It may be a dastardly confession of
weakness to admit it, but I am free to"
say that rtie prolonged struggle was
gradually undermining my nerve. If
Bullerton had made up his mind to
write off the loss of the mine buildings
and machinery, it was a battle lost for
us. It could be only a question of a
little time, and enough daylight to en enable
able enable -the bombers to throw straight.
until we should be buried in the wreck
of the shafthouse and hoist and with without
out without the privilege of dying in a good,
old-fashioned, tand-up fight. ,-All
All ,-All of this I hastily pointed out to
Daddy Hiram, adding that, for Jeanle's
sake. If for no better reason, he ought
to take his chance of staying upon
earth. As long as I live I shall
always have a hih respect for the
.wrath "of, & mild-mannered man. The
old prospector was fairly Berserk,
mad fpgrrfng at the mouth, and short
of dragging Turn oST5y mTn strength
there was no way of malting him let
"No. sir; I done premised your
gran'patt- at Td stand by :"rhim, and
he pr.id me money for doic it. When
theru hellions get thi3 here mine,
they're gbin to dig a hole nomewheres
and bury urn afterward," was ail I
could get out of Mm.
We were not given very much more
time for discussion, or ftr anything
else. The first faint graying- dawn was
coming, and with the partial lighten lightening
ing lightening of the inner gloom, we craned our
necks like a double-headed turtle
peering out ; of Its shell and got a
glimpse of the damage done by the In Initial
itial Initial thunderbolt. We saw It without
any trouble: a great hole torn in the
sheetiron roof directly ovr the hoist
and shaft mouth. Knowing the use
and effect of explosives pretty well.
Daddy said that the bomb had gone off
prematurely; had exploded before It
had fairly lighted upon th; roof.
"If It hadn't if It had been layin'
on the, roof "when It went off we
wouldn't be Iookin' up at that hole
right now, Stannie, my son. We'd be
nioggin' up the golden stair and a-won-derln'
how much farther It was to the
New Jerusalem, and what kind o'
harps they was goin to g!.ve us when
we, got there. We sure wculd.
We. didn't keep our heads out very
long. While we were stiring up at
the hole and at the patch of sky be be-fond
fond be-fond it, a small dark ot ject with a
Knoke-blue comet's tail trailing be behind
hind behind It crossed our line ot sight, and
we ducked and held our breath or at
least, I held mine. The crash came
almost Immediately, and it was fol followed
lowed followed in swift succession by a second
and a third. Luckily, none ot tn
three hit the shaft-house, nor. Indeed
fell very near to it; and this uncer uncertainty
tainty uncertainty of aim told us where the attack
was coming from." The bomb throw throwers
ers throwers .were posted somewhere on the
steep slope of the mountain above us;
the slope which I have described as
running up fronj the brink of the
abrupt cliff overlooking the mine
"They'll get the range, after a
while," Daddy grunted. "And when
they do, I reckon it'll be good-by, fair
world, for a couple of us and one
mighty good dog. I'm a-tellin you,
Stannie, son, the shot that comes
down through that hole fixes us a a-plenty.
plenty. a-plenty. Sufferin' Methusaleh! wbat-
The Crash Came Almost Immediately.
all Is the folks down yonder at Tro Tro-pla
pla Tro-pla a-dreamln about, to let all this
bangln and whangin' go on up here
without comln' up to find out what's
, (Continued Tomorrow)
LOCATION ; AND PHONE NOTICE
F. E, McClane is now located
in Commercial. Bank building. Office
phone ,113 two rings; residence
'"Candles for the holidays either for
home or Christmas tree decorations.
Variety of colors and prices. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-6t
-Of jhe APOCALYPSE
A REX INGRAM
Adapted by June Mathis
Photographed by John F. SelU
NiM, DEC- 26
Matinee, 3:00 Night, 8:00
PEICES, 50 c 75c $1,001
WANTEI3 Live wirem an with auto auto-,
, auto-, mobile to travel and take orders for
a necessity. Money making proposi proposition.
tion. proposition. Call at the Colonial Hotel aft after
er after 7 p. in. and ask for Mr. Mor Morris.
ris. Morris. 20-3t
LOST From meat; wagon this morn morning,
ing, morning, meat saw. Finder return to
310 N. Orange street and receive
liberal reward. C. O. Timmons. 2t
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
scraps); must be well laundered.
Will pay 5 cents a pound. Star
FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
White Wyandotte cock bird, thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St., Ocala, Fla.. 15-lm
FOR RENT Several large, well ven ventilated
tilated ventilated and nicely furnished bed
rooms. Apply at 504 East Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Ave., phone 379. 15-6t
PLANTS FOR SALE Charleston
.Wakefield and Surehead cabbage,
Crystal Wax Bermuda onion, Big
Boston lettuce. C. H. Cooner, 746
Wyomina St., Phone 389. 15-tf
STRAYED One dark brown horse,
weight 900 lbs.; last seen near Mar Mar-tel.
tel. Mar-tel. Reward for his return or infor information
mation information leading to his recovery. C.
M. Livingston, Ocala House, Ocala,
WANTED 50 boys from 8 to 18
years of age. From $3.50 to $5 can
be made by just walking across the
courthouse square if you buy one of
our boys' suits, for money saved is
money made. Two pair of pants
with some of these suits. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Bro., near Federal Bakery. 8t
REFRIGERATORS Now is the time
to save money on that refrigerator.
Just received a carload. Bought
when the price was right, and we
can assure our patrons the same
privilege. If you have an "old one,
we will exchange with you, allowing
you a fair price for yours. Gold Gold-.
. Gold-. man's. 12-tf
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
PHONOGRAPHS That old phono phono-graph
graph phono-graph that you have discarded,
send it in, or call us up and we will
send our salesman to give you an
estimate on same in exchange for
one "of our up-to-date Columbia or
Pathe machines. New records al al-.
. al-. ways 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 SALE Shetland pony and cart.
Write Mrs. E. B. Lytle, Stanton,
NEW GOODS AT THE BOOK SHOP
The buyer for The Book Shop has
just returned from the eastern mar markets,
kets, markets, where, he was able to obtain
many entirely new articles for the
holiday trade, some of which have
never been in the markets before,
among them a number of beautiful de designs
signs designs in clocks, in mahogany, mahog mahogany
any mahogany finish, brass anad silver; there
are eight-day alarm clocks in the lot.
A number of pretty new items for
library, desk and home use, which are
useful as well as ornamental and
make suitable gifts for ladies or gen gentlemen,
tlemen, gentlemen, are to be found among the
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Caro!r.a Lay Got So She CcdsJ
Just Drag. ''Cardai EuiltMe
Up," SKe Declares.
Kernersville, N. C In an Interest
lag statement regarding CarduL the
Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, ot
i.r here, recenUy said: I have
I nown Cardui for years, but never
knew it1? worth until a year or so ago.
1 .was in a weakened, run-down con con-ditior.
ditior. con-ditior. I became draggy dldut eat or
s'pcp to do any good; couldn't do any any-thiair
thiair any-thiair witfcoui a great effort I tried
t-irferent remedies and medicines, yet
I continued to drap.
"I cided to give Cerdul a trial.
cJ found it was just what 1 really
ifued. It made me reel mucn suonfe
r scon after I began to use It. I be-
f to eat more, ana me neroL
eik fie'-iDg besan to leave. Soon 1
t.as se eping good.
-CirCni hull ma up as no othe othe-tcaio
tcaio othe-tcaio ever did.
"I t?ed Cardui with one daughte.
rl'. was puny, felt bad and tired oui
ah the tinie. It brought her right out.
t-A soon she was as well as a tr!
could be. We think there Is nothing
rv nt allow yourself to become
v oak arid mn-dovn from womanly
tr-nbles. Take CarduL You may find
t :ust what you really need. For
j.wre thin 40 years It has been used Dy
t .t- an(j thousands, and found
as Mr3. "ilabe describea.
At your drugt'a, NO-14Z
Tampa's Great Industrial and Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Show Will be Bigger and
Better Than Ever
Tampa, Dec 20. When the South
Florida Fair throws open its gate3
next Feb. 2 for nine days of showing
the wonders of Florida products those
who attend will find two things that
it has become the greatest fair Flor Florida
ida Florida ever had, and that it is not sec
tional but state-wide.
Likewise they will find that the fair
not only is a complete state fair, but
international in its aspects also, with
a great exhibit from Canada portray
ing the resources of the Dominion,
and a showing of Mexico's resources
topped only by two other showings
nsade by that country at former fairs
in the United States the Ch
World's Fair and the San Francisco
Twenty-seven counties and one com community
munity community in another county have con-
tratced for exhibition space- in the
products buildings Thus, twenty-
eight counties, or more than fifty per
cent of all 'the counties in the state
will show here as units. This is by
far the largest percentage of the
whole state that has ever exhibited at.
a Florida fair. Indeed, it would be
hard to find a state fair in any com
monwealth in the Union with so large
a percentage of the entire state repre represented
sented represented in county exhibits.
Practically every county that show
ed at the fair here last February has
contracted for Iaiger space. The de
mand for exhibit space has caused the
necessity for three new buildings, with
a total new floor 'space of 37,400
square feet that is, 37,400 square feet
of exhibit space in excess of that at
the fair of last season.
This extra exhibit space does not
include the virtual doubling of the
pens and sheds for livestock, and extra
space to house the largest poultry ex exhibit
hibit exhibit ever seen in Florida. Several
state organizations of poultry breed
ers have made this fair their official
annual showing, and the associations
willjiold their annual meetings here
while the fair is in progress. These
include the American Barred Ply
mouth Rock Club's annual state meet
and show, Wyandotte annual state
meet and show, Single Comb Brown
Leghorn annual state meet and show,
Single Comp White Leghorn annual
state meet and show.
The Florida Dairy Association also
will hold a meeting here, together
with creamery and ice cream produc
ers 6f the state.
The amusement side will embrace
horse racing, auto polo, daring air-
I Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing
I N. Magnolia St.
t' t?t?M ft 'f
Tliis List Oves
Apples, the very
and red, lb.
LETTUCE, the best Iceberg
i each JLUC
walnuts, per pound
shell, per pound......
GRAPEFRUIT f f"k
. .RAISINS, pound......
Guava Paste, Imported
three pounds net
. per dozen
Celery, very' or and
fine, bunch.. tlC
FULL ASSORTMENTS OF CHOCO CHOCOLATE
LATE CHOCOLATE CANDIES IN BULK
FULL LINE OF FIREWORKS
Prettiest Apples in Tcxn
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plane acts and other free acts, and the
usual big shows on the Pike.
Annual features of the fair period,
which will be part of the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment for all, are:
The annual landing and invasion of
the city by Ye Mystic Krewe of Gas Gas-parilla.
parilla. Gas-parilla. The parade of Ye'Mystic Krewe.
Shriners' Day, with annual parade
of. the Shriners.
Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tafly, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
to order. Quality Fruit Store, rext
to Masters. 7-tf
GIFTS THAT LAST AT THE
BOOK SHOP. 19-U
. Hi m
Having acquired the Vulcanizing and Tire Estab Establishment
lishment Establishment of H. A. Davis, on North Magnolia street, we
will continue this line of business at the present loca loca-tion.
tion. loca-tion. The business will be in personal charge of J. R.
Long, who has had years of experience in this line cf
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 famous Hood Cord and
Fabric Tires. We -solicit a share of the patronage and
guarantee perfect satisfaction on our product.
Formerly H. A. Davies
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45c t0 80c
35c "4 40c
3 f or O C
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I will have in my office during the
entire month of December 1921, a spe special
cial special deputy to render information and
assist in filling out automobile licer.se
applications. This service will be
free to the people of this county and
will be rendered for the month of De December
cember December only. Anyone desiring infor information
mation information on the above ia invited to calL
T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Ocala. Florida, ll-22-4t-tues
Ladies, a practical gift for the
man would be a nice wool shirt.
Prices $4 down.H. A. Waterman, The
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OCALA EVENING STAE. WEDNESDAT, DECEMBER 21, 1921
GIFTS THAT LASTj
"FOUNTAIN PENS CLOCKS
MESH BAGS PEARL NECKLACES
ROGERS COMMUNITY and STERLING SILVER
; TABLE CUTLERY
CARVING SETS LEATHER GOODS
SAFETY RAZORS. 1.00
IVORY and PEARL MANICURE SETS
LADIES and GENTS' UMBRELLAS
THE OCALA JEWELERS
It you have'any society items for
:he Star, please call five-one.
, Mrs. IL M. Hampton returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Jacksonville, where she
has spent the last few days.
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the large
line now on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 2-tf
on Wenona street. Mrs. Leigh, who
has been visiting in Ocala for several j
weeks, will leave Friday for Jack- i
sonville, where Mr! Leigh will join her j
and spend Christmas. They will pack j
their household goods and return to r
Ocala about the first of the year.
Smith of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
Stancell of Tampa and Mr. Grady
Byers of Jacksonville.
J. R. Moorhead Jr., known to his
friends as "Bob, who is now a civil
engineer in Titusville, will arrive in
Ocala Friday to spend Christmas with
his father and sister3, Mrs. Davies
and Mrs. Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller and Mis3
Miller of Jacksonville, will be guests
of Sheriff and Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas
for Christmas, arriving Friday.
The Specialty Shop
' The Shop with the Christmas Spirit
Beautiful Greeting Cards
Crane's and White & Wyckoffs Stationery in Gift
" ; Boxes
Leather Goods in great variety
Book ends Pal Pencils
" ; and almost anything in the -:
wayof little gifts thatyou are looking for
Let us help
. you make your selection
A. E. Geirig, Proprietor
You are cordially invited to come and see the
beautiful. HATS, all marked down
. ; v : 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
y and get first choice. 1. v- V :
; AFFLECKMILL1NERY PARLOR
Ocala House Block
Solid Gold Cameos, Brooches, Bar
Pins, Lingerie Pins, Cuff Links, etc.,
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Misses Lyndal Mathews and Caro
lyn White reached home last night for
the holidays. They have been attend
ing Wesleyan College, Macon.
The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at ?1.25, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Attention ladies! Just twhat you
have been asking for: Misses and
boys' dsrby ribbed thfee-quarter hose
In black, brpwij and white at 50 cents.
H. A. 'WATERMAN'S. 20-4t
Fresh eggs 55 cents per dozen at
Farmers' Exchange Store. 19-4t
Mr. Van Ferguson came home on
the Suwanee, special last night to
spend the holidays with his mother
and brother. Van is attending Emory
College in Atlanta, and is very much
erthused with his work there.
Federal Fruit Cake.
Get your gifts in Xmas boxes. No
extra charge for these bright and
cheery boxes with ties, handkerchiefs,
sox, soft collars, hoys and girls' stock stockings
ings stockings and gloves. E. C Jordan & Bro.,
esat side of court square. 15-St
Mrs. Ray Garnett of Plant City, re returned
turned returned home yesterday after a brief
visit in Ocala, the guest of her sister,
Miss Rena Smith. .
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
One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf
Mr. W. S. Bray is looking forward
with pleasure to having with him his
children for Christmas, expecting
Ithern Saturday, namely: Mrs. Grady
Byers of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green left today
for Jacksonville, where they will
spend Christmas with their daughter.
Gold fish and globes and fish food
for Christmas holidays. City Fish
DOMESTIC and ORIENTAL per perfume,
fume, perfume, toilet water, and satchet at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kelly and
son of Gainesvillewill spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with Mrs. Kelly's sister, Mrs. H.
A. Davies, arriving in Ocala Satur Saturday
Ladies' HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHEL'S. 12-3t
Full dress cuff tuttons, studs, col collars,
lars, collars, shirts and ties. H. A. WATER WATERMAN,
MAN, WATERMAN, The Habadasher. 20-4t ?
Robert Perkins, attending St. Leo
College, St. Leo, Fla., is expected to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to spend Christmas with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perkins.
This is a Studebaker year.
Manhattan and Wilson Bros, shirts,
$1.25 up to $10., with or without col collars.
lars. collars. Soft and stiff collars in the
correct styles. H. A. WATERMAN,
The Habadasher. 20-4t
All members of Mrs. W. A. Knight's
Sunday school class are requested to
meet at her home Thursday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. It will be a combined
business and social meeting.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Leigh will be delighted to hear
that they expect to make Ocala their
home again. They have taken an
apartment with Mrs. J. H.Therrell
Mrs. A. L- Izlar arrived in the city
last night for a short visit. She could
not resist the charm of the Ocala
shops during the holiday season.
While here she was the guest of Mrs.
W. W. Qyatt.
Gold Band China DINNER SETS
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
Like Bridges Bridges-Most
Most Bridges-Most shoes are just
"made" all that they are
intended, for are to be mere
"foot coverings.' The pres preservation
ervation preservation of the foot is not
taken, into consideration.
That is where the ARCH
PRESERVER SHOE and
ordinary shoes differ.
They are built on a basic?
principle they have a wide
bridge reaching from the
ball of the foot to the heel,
anchored securely in place.
It is this bridge that
supports the arch gently yet
.firmly it keeps it in its
normal position and pre preserves
serves preserves the foot.
" Shoes built to a principle
- Not mere Foot Coverings
We carry all sizes and widths
from AA to D.
D. B. Masters & Co.
The hardest thing about finding a
suitable present for the men folks and
boys is the mattar of finding. our!
place. Once you are here" everything
else ils easy. East side courthouse1
square. E. C Joordaa & Bro. 15-81
Mr." Asher Frank of Tampa is ex
pected tomorrow to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the week with his brother-in-lav
a id sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Some NEW THINGS in CHINA at
THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
MERCHANTS BLOCK PliGixz 1G3
Parker "Lucky Curve" fountain"
pens, regrular and self-filling. They
are guaranteed. Large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-10t
W. L. Rogers, a prominent farmer
of Suwanee county, is spending a few
days in .Ocala, the guest of his par parents,
ents, parents, Col. and Mrs. R. S. Rogers. He
came especially to see his mother,
who has been in poor health for some
Boys' suits $6.50 to $18, some with
extra trousers. H. A. Waterman, The
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
plain and gold mounted, at Gerig's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Boys' mackinaws and overcoats,
shoes, hats and caps, and neckwear.
HrA. Waterman, The Habadasher. 4t
Sugar Cane Syrup,
Tall Pink Salmon
three packages .
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
twelye cakes r . .
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
PCRINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.
A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED. We so solicit
licit solicit your patronage
Miss Cevie Roberts is home from
Tallahassee to enjoy her vacation with j
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V,
Federal Fruit Cake.
ELECTRIC PERFUMERS at THE
BOOK SHOP.- 19-4t
Our clever young friend, Dexter
Phillips, is home from Georgia Tech
for the holidays.
Why not give useful gifts? The
GIRL a "COAT." the BOY a "SUIT."
We supply" you most cheaply. See
our line. FISHEL'S." 12-3t
Messrs. John Spencer and Ed Tuck Tucker
er Tucker came home Saturday night from a
successful duckhunt on the gulf coast.
They killed the limit of fine ducks.
Let us furnish your Christmas
fruit cake; 50 cents a .pound. Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Bakery. 9-Zt
Mofee Maples, colored taxi driver,
was the first to break the ordinance
against butting into the new dummy
policeman at the corners of the public
square. Mose ran his car into the
dummy between the Court Pharmacy
and the Ocala House Saturday night
about midnight. The radiator of the
car was smashed, the fender bent and
other damage done. Four young men
were in the car and one of them had
his nose badly hurt.. There is no indi indication
cation indication that the dummy knew anything
had happened. To cap the climax,
Mose was hauled up in recorder's
court, where he was taxed $15 and
X-MAS RIBBONS, PAPER AND
BOXES AT THE BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
Beautiful DOLLS. We have really
beautiful sleeping dolls. FISHELS. St
Can you think of a holiday j It
that would, bring more ra!l pie sure
and comfort than a prettv mi' sub sub-st
st sub-st ntially made pair of lipp .s or
shoes? VVecan supply them, wh ther
you want them fr father, mth-T
sister or brother and also for the
We have an eiprcially ntir ctive
FELT BED ROOM SLIPPERS
W colors at $2.00 QTld $2.25 Pair
Also a full line of
MINEHAHA INDIAN MOCCASINS
which we can fu nish in v uiuiis col colors,
ors, colors, all beautifully trim mpcI for gifts.
We are also offering especially at at-traefve
traefve at-traefve prices on our regular lines of
Shoes for Men. Wome Girfs and
Boys. The Boy Sc uts line for the
school boy is not surpa sed by any.
Don't forget that ice give yea
Foot comfort by tl e
Littih's Shoe Parlor
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 SO-tf
A si it or overcoat in Hart SchafT SchafT-ner
ner SchafT-ner & Marx make will be the best gift
for the man. We have the best clothe
made.' H. A. WATAERMAN, The
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