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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Tuesday except probably shorwerrs in extreme south portion. TEMPERATURES This morning, 64; thk afternoon, 79.
VOL. 27 OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1921 NO. 211
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HKING PREPARATIONS FOR
A BUSY SEASON III NIARIOH
STRIVING TO STAVE
SERIAL OROER OF
PROPOSED STRIKE
COT OF HEW YORK
READY FOR SIEGE
PERISHING AfllG
THOSE PRESENT
OFF THE STRIKE

Considerable Activity in Building and
Planting Apparent All Over
the County
A hasty survey of the county just
completed by the Marion County
Ecard of Trade indicates considerable
activity throughout the "county, con considerable
siderable considerable new building construction
and extensive vegetable and citrus
fruit plantings this fall with prepara preparations
tions preparations for even more extensive plant plantings
ings plantings next spring. The plantings of
vegetables, watermelons and citrus
fruits will each run into the thousands
of acres.
Summerfield will have 150 acres of
cabbage this fall, some lettuce and
beans. The new acreage in citrus
fruits totals about 100 acres. In the
spring it is anticipated that there will
be four to five hundred acres in toma tomatoes,
toes, tomatoes, 500 acres in watermelons and
about 50 acres of cantaloupes besides
green beans, lettuce, sweet corn and
other vegetables. An up-to-date garage
i3 being built at Summerfield and the
packing house is being enlarged.
A large planting of snap beans is
being made at Mcintosh, several hun hundred
dred hundred acres. Heavy plantings of cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, lettuce and" watermelons are be being
ing being prepared for. On Col. S. H. Gaits Gaits-kill's
kill's Gaits-kill's Dungarvan farm there will be
100 acres in beans, possibly 150 acres
in cabbage and over 100 acres in to tomatoes.
matoes. tomatoes. The Christian Mercantile Co.,
Mcintosh, is remodeling its store,
making it larger.
The- new acreage of citrus fruits
around Weirsdale amounts to approx approximately
imately approximately 300 acres. The citrus pack packing
ing packing houses in this section are being
enlarged and several new dwellings
are being built.
There will be in the neighborhood
of 1000 acres in watermelons around
Lake Weir, according to an estimate
from Eastlake. Three houses are be being
ing being erected at Eastlake and six more
are planned.
Orange Springs will have about 40
acres in okra this fall. The acreage
in truck crops has been cut at this
point as a result of the tie up of the
Oklawaha Valley railroad. Two acres
in orange grove have been planted at
this point.
' Anthony reports a light planting of
truck this fall. At Reddick one resi residence
dence residence is under construction and im improvements
provements improvements are being made at the
lime plant of the Commercial Lime
Company.
At; Sparr small acreages of beans,

lettuce and cabbage have been plant-;
ed. A big citrus packing house is be being
ing being built at the Kendig grove near
Spair and a residence and warehouse
are being built at Sparr. About 15
acres in citrus fruit represents the
new planting in this crop at Sparr.
SS9

MACK TAYLOR
Ocala, Florida Phone 348

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SOME RESOLUTIONS
OF APPRECIATION

On Behalf of the Several Organiza
tions of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, of Ocala
Whereas, on account of additions to
and repairs of our church and Sunday
school plant, it became necessary to
vtcate for an indefinite period of time
our usual place of assembly and
worship; and.
Whereas, in our embarrassment one
of the citizens of our city, realizing
our position, very graciously and gen generously
erously generously came to our relief by tender tendering
ing tendering us a place to hold our services
until such time as we might be able'fo
return to our church; therefore be it
Resolved, by the board of stewards
of the Ocala Methodist church rep representing
resenting representing and on behalf of the pastor,
the congregation, the trustees, the
Sunday school, the missionary socie societies,
ties, societies, and the Epworth League, that we
do hereby tender our most sincere ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the use of the Temple
theater to Mr. E. C. Bennett and right
heartily thank him for our temporary
home and the many kindnesses and
courtesies shown us and pray the
blessings of the Good Father always
upon him and his interests.
J. H. Therrell,'
J. P. Phillips,
L. W. Ponder,
Committee representing the:
Pastor, C. W. White; board of
stewards, L. H. Pillans, Roger Dodd,
H. W. Rilea, W. W. Clyatt, A. H. Hill Hill-man,
man, Hill-man, F. W. Cook, D. W. Tompkins,
J. H. Therrell, C. W. Moremen, W. L.
Colbert, J. P. Philips, A. C. Blowers,
Carroll Fraser, L. W. Ponder, Mack
Taylor, H. B. Baxter, John D. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, C. C. Bryant, D. E. Swindell, J.
S. McAteer;. trustees, Geo. L. Taylor,
L. W. Duval, A. C. Cobb, L. N. Green,
T. M. Moore, D. W. Tompkins, A. C.
Blowers, J. P. Phillips, H. B. Baxter;
Epworth League, Mamie Smedley,
president, John Cook, secretary; Sun Sunday
day Sunday school, L. W. Duval, superinten superintendent,
dent, superintendent, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, secretary;
senior missionary society, Mrs. T. M.
Moore, president, Mrs. J. P. Galloway,
secretary, Mrs. Roger Dodd, corres corresponding
ponding corresponding secretary; junior missionary
society, Mrs. J. H. Therrell, superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. Candler reports five acres in a new
citrus sgrove.
The new citrus plantings around
Ocala this fall and next spring will
run into the hundreds of acres. The
tomato crop in this vicinity next
spring will run into hundreds of acres.
New Stationery at THE BOOK
SHOP. 17-3t

Public Group of the Railroad Labor

Board hits Made Both Sides a
Reasonable Proposition
(Associated Press)
Washington, October 17. Official
Washington's interest in the impend
ing national railway strike centered
today, on the reaction of the railway
executives and labor leaders to the
proposal of the public group of the
railroad labor board of one feasible
plan to prevent a tie-up. In brief, the
board proposed that the railroads im
mediately put into effect the freight
reductions equivalent to the wage re
ductions authorized last July. That
requests for further wage decreases
be withdrawn. That the employes
withdraw their strike order pending
action of the board upon any request
for further wage reductions which
the carriers subsequently might file.
There ws.s some expectation today
01 a statement from Postmaster Gen
eral Hays in reply to the announce
ment that mail trains would not be
given special consideration in case a
strike developed.
CONFERENCES AT CLEVELAND
Cleveland, Oct. 17. The first con conferences
ferences conferences on plans for carrying for forward
ward forward a general railroad strike were
begun here today. Warren S. Stone,
president of the engineers, is con conferring
ferring conferring whh the vice presidents of
that organization who are to be in
direct charge of the strike within
their various districts. W. G. Lee,
president of the trainmen, already
as on the job directing plans for the
walkout of members of that organi organization.
zation. organization. Three leaders of the other
big five brotherhoods are expected to
arrive during the day for a general
conference of the bix five leaders- to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. IT WOULDN'T HELP, SAYS STONE
The proposal of the public group of
the railroad labor board to reduce
freight rates to prevent a railroad
strike would not prove feasible, War Warren
ren Warren S. Stone declared today. The
suggestion cannot be worked out, he
said. By the time the reduction got
to the consumer it would not amount
to one half of one per cent. The mid middle
dle middle man would absorb all of the dif differences,
ferences, differences, !3aid Mr. Stone.
Dyanshlne (dye and shine) is a
guaranteed polish for all kinds of
leather gods. To be had only at the
Court Pbiirmacy. Phone 284. 12-6t
Save shoeshine bills by using MDy-
anshine"; it brightens up your tan
shoes and only requires an application
every two weks. At the Court
Fharmacy. Phone 284. 12-6t
Genuine French briar wood pipes
with Bakelite stems, 75c. to ?4 each.
Formerly sold for $1.50 to $7. Bit
ting & Phillips' Drug Store. 13-6t
Pretty line of felt bedroom slippers.
All colors;, leather soles, cushioned in
ner soles. Prices attractive. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 14-3t
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 10-14-tf
We can make you specially attrac
tive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf
Genuine French briar wood pipes
with Bakelite stems, 75c. to $4 each.
Formerlj' sold for $1.50 to $7. Bit
ting & Phillips' Drug Store. 13-6t
New bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. fhone
19. 10-12-tf
Our orangeade machine Is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Best Florida meat, stall fed, best
prices. Free delivery. Phone 562.
Crescent Market. U-5t
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
It's packed in little pink and white
boxes and they have no equal Arm Arm-and
and Arm-and .Complexion Powder and Cold
Cream. Only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 12-6t

Atlantic Coast Line Men in Second
and Seaboard Air Line in Fourth
Group to Walk Out

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Oct. 17. The Atlantic
Coast Line is among the railroads of
the second group included in the pro progressive
gressive progressive strike order. The employes
in the second group would walk out
at 6 a. m. November 1st. Other roads
in the group include the New Haven,
the entire Frisco System, the Louis Louisville
ville Louisville & Nashville, Erie, the entire
Santa Fe System, the Lehigh Valley,
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
and several smaller roads. The entire
Burlington System, the New York
Central and Baltimore & Ohio are
scheduled for a walkout at 6 a. m.
Nov. 3rd, along' with several smaller
lines. The balance of the country's
railroads in the fourth group are to
go out Nov. 5th.
JOHN MARTIN HAS
GIVEN UP HIS JOB
Mr. John R. Martin, who for the
past year has been superintendent of
street work, has resigned his position.
Mr. J. W. Akin is temporarily in
charge of the work.
While filling the office, Mr. Martin
has Been very efficient and has done a
great deal to improve the convenience
and good looks of the city. The peo
ple appreciate his efforts in their be
half.
McIVER IN FAVOR OF
A CITY MANAGER
Mr. D. E. Mclver, who for a number
of years has represented the third
ward, anad who is now a candidate for
re-election, informs the Star he is in
favor of giving the city manager
plan a fair tryout. Such has always
been his policy, he says, but with a
majority of .the council against him,
he could only make the best of mat matters.
ters. matters.
Work on John D. Robertson's new
building, corner Main and Oklawaha,
which has stood still since the begin
ning of Mr. Robertson's illness, re
sumed this morning under. the direc
tion of Mr. J. D. McCaskill. Mr.
Robertson, the Star regrets to say, is
yet confined to his room.
Mrs. W. M. Davidson and little
daughter returned last night from a
visit to friends at High Springs. ;
The latest improvement at the
union station is a hard clay pavement
extending from the cement under the
sheds to and past the doors of Mr.
Davidson's restaurant; also a row of
posts along the walk to keep autos
from encroaching on it.
Friends of Mrs. Edward Martin are
glad to see her out again after her
recent severe illness.
Mrs. Jennie Cassil has returned to
Ocala on account of the closing of the
Miami schools, having gone to Miami
two weeks ago to teach. It is an ill
wind that blows nobody good, for Mr.
Shealy has been fortunate in securing
Mrs. Cassil as a teacher for one of
the Marion county schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simmons left
yesterday afternoon on the limited for
Jacksonville, where they will be until
tonight. WTrile her mother and father
are away. Mary Elizabeth is visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rai-
ford Simmons.
Mr. W. V. Newsom of Jacksonville,
is in Ocala for a ten-day visit to his
mother and friends. W. V. has not
paid Ocala a visit for some, time and
his friends are all glad to see him.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Good and Mr.
and Mrs. Weller Carmichael made a
trip to Blue Springs yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon and report a pleasant trip, ex except
cept except that they lost their way and
drove about fifteen miles traveling
tne four miles from Dunnellon to Blue
Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lawton and son,
William, after a pleasant summer
spent at Daytona Beach, have return returned
ed returned to Ocala.
W. K. Lane, 3L D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adrtf

Fifty-Seven Thousand Motor Trucks,
In Case of a Railroad Strike,

WU1 Bring in Food
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 17. A fleet of
57,000 motor trucks or as many of
them as are found necessary, will b
mobilized in the event of a protracted
railroad strike to bring New York its
daily quota of 15.000 carloads of tnad
stuffs, Commissioner Copeland an
nounced today. There are adeauate
supplies in storage, he said, to ration
the city through a rail tie ud of three
weeks, but the importation of milk by
trucks would begin immediately.
SENATOR WALSH GIVEN
A SEVERE SETBACK
Amendment Offered by Him to Treaty
Immediately Knocked
Out
(Associates tress)
Washington, Oct. 17. The first
Senate roll call on the German peace
treaty was taken today and resulted
in a 71 to 8 rejection of the first
amendment offered, a proposal by
Senator Walsh, democrat, of Montana,
to have the United States join with
the other poweres in a pledge to pro protect
tect protect Germany against unwarranted
invasion.
Saturday afternoon at her home on
Fort King avenue. Miss Mary Burford
entertained a number of her friends
at bridge. The rooms in which the
tables were placed were filled with
quantities of wild flowers in yellow
and purple. There were seven tables
of players and a most enjoyable time
was spent in playing auction. At the
conclusion of the games and the scores
being collected it was found that Mrs.
J. K. Dickson held the highest score,
and she was presented with a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful hand painted picture. The hostess
assisted by Miss Lucille Gissendaner,
served refreshments, a salad course
and an ice course. The following
were present: Mrs. Edmund Martin,
Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. T. P. Drake,
Mrs. W. M. Lloyd, Mrs. Harry Bor Borland,
land, Borland, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs. J. W.
Dumas, Mrs., E. L.- Carney, Mrs. T. D.
Lancaster Jr., Mrs. D. S. Wood row,
Mrs. Leverett Futch, Mrs. Paul Sim Sim-n.ons,
n.ons, Sim-n.ons, Mrs. Edward. Tucker, Mrs. Gri Gri-der
der Gri-der Perkins, Mrs. Alison Wartmann,
Mrs. E. J. Crook, Misses Ethel Horne,
Stella Camp, Alice Bullock, Adele
Bittinger, Elizabeth Goff, Louise
Henry, Callie and Lucille Gissendaner,
Mamie Taylor, Mabel Meffert., Sue
Moore, Mary McDowell and Dorothy
Schreiber.
Goldenacre paper shell pecan nuts.
This year's crop now for sale. Leave
your orders at Gerig's Drug Store,
where samples can be seen, or drive
out to the grove and get yours. Two
sizes, 75c. and 50c. per pound. 17-tf
Little Miss Lucy Johnson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson of
Palatka, returned home yesterday
after a visit in Ocala with her aunt,
Mrs. L. Wr. Ponder.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo, the efficient
jtostmaster at Summerfield, is attend
ing the national postmaster's conven
tion at Washington. While there she
will visit with her friend, Mrs. N. M.
Allred a few days. On her return
home she will stop for a visit to her
son, Nat, who is attending Washing Washington
ton Washington and Lee University at Lexington,
Va.
REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPE
WRITERS at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Pompario and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market,
rhone 158. tf
Ernest Roberts, auto for hire. Any Anywhere
where Anywhere in the city 25 cents. Phone
524. 13-f
"All the time, we sell lots of if
Armand complexion powder and cold
j cream. The Court rnarmacy. iz-ot
Minnehaha Indian moccasins for
both men and women. Prices attrac
tive. Slippers more so. Little s Shoe
Parlor, W. Broadway. 14-3t
This is a Studebaker year. tf

But Ambassador Harvey Placed Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Medal on Tomb of the
Unknown Hero of Britain

(Associated Press)
London, Oct. 17. Ambassador Har Harvey
vey Harvey today placed upon the tomb of
the unknown British soldier in West Westminster
minster Westminster Abbey the United States con congressional
gressional congressional medal of honor. General
Pershing was- among the notables
present at the ceremony.
OCALA FOOTBALL ELEVEN
SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
Defeated Palatka Team Saturday By
a Score of 26 to 0
Stock in the Ocala Hitrh School
Athletic Association took a big boom
Saturday when it was ascertained
that the O. H. S. football team had
carried Palatka before them for a 26
to 0 victory. The Ocala boys played a
good game of football in spite of the
long ride over bad roads that thev
were forced to take to reach Palatka.
The whole team showed a vast im
provement over the form shown two
weeks ago in Gainesville. The line
was much stronger and the back field
tetter trained.
In the first quarter Ocala made two
touchdowns. In the second cmarter
she made two more. During the sec
ond half neither side scored. Ocala
put in a few of the second team to
give them training and although they
were abel to hold Palatka for a shut shutout,
out, shutout, they were unabel to increase the
lead for Ocala.
Three of the four touchdowns made
ty Ocala were carried across the line
ty "Monk" Smith. The other was
pushed over by Jack Williams. The
fact that these two boys carried the
ball over does not take the glory
from the rest of the team, however.
The gains made by the other mem
bers of the back field brought the
bal into position for a touchdown be before
fore before it was carried over by Smith and
Williams. The power of the line en
abled the back field to do the work.
Coaches Taryer and Friedlander
have been doing good work. Ocala's
next game will be played with San San-ford
ford San-ford in Ocala on Saturday, October
22. The boys are ine fine spirits after
their victory Saturday as was terti-
fied by their 2 a. m. serenade on arriv
al in Ocala after the game. Sanford
will have a bad day when she tries to
down this bunch. The boys need
money to pay expenses. Come out to
the game and let your bit help them
out. Saturday afternoon, 4 p. m.f
October 22. Don't forget the time.
RAWLINGS SENTENCED
FOR LIFE TO RAIFORD
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Oct. 17. Rawlings
was centenced to life imprisonment
this morning. Argument of Pope's
motion for a new trial will begin to
morrow.
There will be a meeting of the bus
iness and professional woman's club
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock, at the
club rooms.
Mr. Ralph Simmons has returned to
Gainesville, after a week end spent in
Ocala with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Simmons.
Mrs. A. O. Bennett of Barnesville,
Ga., arrived Friday for a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lancaster,
and her sister. Miss Dorothy Lancas Lancaster.
ter. Lancaster. Call phone 108 when yon want groc groceries
eries groceries is a hurry. Main Street Market.
See the New Portable Remington at
THE BOOK SHOP. 17-St
Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat- Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
New prices on Stationery at THE
BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
The Curry Feed Company asks tele telephone
phone telephone subscribers to insert in their
directories its number, 38S.
Phone 562, Crescent Market, for
best fresh meats. We sell the best
steak and roast for 2c pound. 15-3t



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1921

Oeala Evening Star
rnbllahed lEvery Day Except Saaday ly
STAR P UBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

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and see where your headline architect I or accomplished for the schools. Mrs. GOT TO KEEP SOME

put twelve thousand Kansas miners in Todd's program follows:

R. B. Carroll, Ireide
P. V. Uavengnod, Seeretary-Treaaorer
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postoffice as
aeeond-class matter.

jail before you try to make dimmer
the feeble rays of the poor little Star.

The Ocala Star says: "If you have

society items for the Star, please call
five one." But why should people be I

expected to call five one when five has hat and carrying koe,

been called five, oh, ever since long be-

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dispatches herein are also reserved.
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which will be furnished npon applica application.
tion. application.
Reading; Notlcem Five cent- iper line

for first Insertion; three cents per line
for each subsequent insertion. One

Change a week allowed cm readers with
out extra composition cbarpres.
Legal advertisement at legal rates.

Senator Jim Reed denounces chevr

ing gum. Yet he claims to be a dem

ocrat.

It should be remembered that the

railroad men have just stood a 12 per

cent cut in their wages.

i They call it the "invisible empire,'
but we guess it is easier to see the in
visible than the empire.

That Fort Pierce post, American

Legion, or possibly working minority

of its members, must have a grouch.

In the circuit court in Jacksonville

Saturday evening, Frank Rawlings

slayer of XJeorge Hickman, was found

guilty of murder in the first degree

with a recommendation to mercy.

J. C. West described the fence giv

en by Mrs. Clarence Camp; Dick

Chace, the meiical examination made

possible by Mrs. Burford; Ruth Hill-

man, the books given by Mrs. Mclver.

Marion Johnson, dressed as a true

farmer in blue denim, wide brimmed

the home

gardens brought about by Mrs. W. D.

Cam. When Miss Martmerite Por-

fore the editor of the Star was poking ter was chairman o education, she
a paddle into a can of printer's ink I introduced the teaching of folk danc-

OF THE GUNS

OIL STOVES

Refinished, re-wicked and put in

good condition. Cold weather is com-

In the following letter. President

Harding tries to set aside the too 1 ing. Phone 350, Roberts & Spencer. 12t

prevalent opinion that the coming!
conference in Washington is for the
purpose of arranging for total dis-

This is a Studebaker year. tf

EAT AT TnE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf

For fresh meat call pbene 103. Main
Street Market. tf

ing to the children. This was very

prettily demonstrated by the follow following
ing following little folks under the competent
guidance of Miss Margaret Hocker:
Virginia Melton, Laurie Hampton,
Martha Taylor, Dorothy Walkley.

Mary Louise Shephard, Hazel Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Peggy Livingston, Daisy Belle
Clements and Virginia Carmichael.

OPENING MEETING WOMAN'S Blllv Knight then described the pleas-

CLUB SATURDAY AFTERNOON i ures derived from the ladder given by

and writing his initials on the walls
ot the office. Phil Armstrong in
Times-Union.

Wipe off your glasses, Phil, and

amp that hyphen betwen the five and

one, and you will probably say to
ycurself, "I'm not so dern smart as I

thought I was."

The opening of the social season in

Ocala has been marked by many

brilliant events and among the most

successful was the opening of the

Ocala Woman's Club Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, which took the form of a recep reception
tion reception to the public school teachyers.

At the door of the club house, the

guests were greeted by Mrs. William

Hocker, Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs.

Wetherbee, the fine new high school
building made possible by Mrs. Jack
Camp; Irene Cam, the usefulness of
the planetarium given by Mrs. Jack

Camp; Ruth Collins and Olive Whaley,

adorned with little white caps and
aprons, the course in home economics

instituted by Mrs. L. W. Duval and

the dishes given by Mrs. W. D. Cam.
The piano given by Mrs. Jack Camp

Charles Tydings, Mrs. W. T. Gary I and the music course adopted through

and Mrs. H. C. Dozier, aU past presi- her efforts were very httingly set

dents of the club. The guests werefortn by the school orchestra and the

then introduced to the ladies in the sirW glee club, under the direction of

ie ceiving line, among whom wereliIrs Cole, supervisor of music. The

Mrs. J. Walter Hood, president of the orchestra played a very stirring march

club, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. W. A.

Goin, president of the Eustis Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, Mrs. Lester Warner, Mrs.

Rex Todd, Mrs. Browne Cole, Mrs.
Thompson and Misses Mary Shep Shep-pard,
pard, Shep-pard, Nellie Stevens, Edith Griffin,

Betty Cole, Eunice Marsh, Jessie Pin

entitled, "Flag Day." The members of

the orchestra are Marjorie Burnett,

Mary Brooks, Theresa Condrey, Uva

Burton, Nettie Mathews, Sam Savage,

Carl Henderly and George Hooper.

The girls' glee club sang a very fetch

ing song, "The Girl With the Turned

There's one. thing about that Irish
peace conference it's at least keep keeping
ing keeping Ireland peaceful while it's in pro progress.
gress. progress. r-St. Petersburg Times.
And that's some help.

son. Minnie Lee Carlisle. Margaret Up Nose." lhe glee ciuo claims as its

McNeil, Merritt. Crawford and Ava members Marie Robertson, Ethlyn
Lee Edwards. I Adams, Ruth Collins, Brent Woods,

After the receDtion had been con-1 Louie Smoak, Charlotte Chazal, Mar

eluded and all were seated. Mrs. Hood ion Meffert and Maud Lillian Little

in a few well chosen words, extended Mary Caroline Logan, in the dainty

the welcome of the club to the teach-1 garb of a tennis girl, thanked the

ers and other guests, likening herself club for the tennis court given by
to Pollyanna because she was so glad, Mrs. Rex Todd; Maud Lillian Little,

so vrv triad to see them all. the reception which the ciud gives

Mr. Lester Lucas, accompanied by I each year to the teacners; Mim ra

Mrs. Lucas, then sane two deliehtful wards, the military training institut

songs, namely, "The Friar of Orders ed by Mrs. James Hicks Hill. At the

Grav" and "Look for the Silver Lin- I close oi tnese exercises au me paruu

"Good liquor" appears to be an ab-

lot of people who have never touched opportunity to pay the Woman's Club

or discussed the stuff until now.
What's the, reason? Tampa Citizen.
Perhaps they are getting some.

ipants in this program formed into a

column and marched from the room.

The musical program was then re

sumed under the direction of Mrs

Lester Lucas, chairman of music

Mrs. H. M. Hampton, accompanied

a verv fine comnliment when he told I by Mrs. B. F. Condon, sang a very

. I i nr.UiV

the teachers that Ocala was a very) sweet ana cnarming buhB,
nice citv at all times but a much finer Mr. E. S. Gernant, with Mrs. R. N.

ing," from "Sally."

Mrs. Hood introduced Mr. Neigh

bour, who welcomed the school teach teachers
ers teachers to Ocala in a very friendly and
witty talk. Mr. Neighbour found an

city when the Woman s Club was

s open. Mr. JNeignDour men congraiu-

Dosh at the piano, gave two operatic

... aait T A- Tln .-4-

iavorvces, rven oravesi. "n,
from Faust and "Then You'll Remem

. . .. Mated the teachers unon cominsr to

became governor general oi tne rnii-i t....'.4, Jlm. f, t.o Rnhemian Girl.

tim a anu Linn Liiem wuul uiuiiuiicui uci

His I The program was brought to a close

remark that Ocala was so splendid by two beautiful piano seiecuons,
i,o4- kW Ta.tronnTTnu a-nA Tomna I T?ncbmnninoff 's Prelude in C Minor

Blent. I , I XT .- Pn.o -.r nlaxroA hv Miss

mucu I anu ico "u1" j t"j -j

armament: j
My dear Miss Freed: Your letter,!
among others that come to me, sug suggest
gest suggest a widespread misapprehension as
to the aims of the conference on limi limitation
tation limitation of armaments. In my letter of
October 5th, I said to you: i
I think I ought to correct your im- I
pression about the expectation of
universal disarmament. It is very er- j
roneous even to suggest that we con contemplate
template contemplate going so far as that. If we
can get reasonable limitation we shall '.
think that great things have been ac- j
complished.
You replied that my letter seemed l

tc bring a message of hopelessness to
those seeking universal disarmament,

and asked me to explain reasonable
limitations.
By reasonable limitation I mean
something practicable that there is a
chance to accomplish, rather than an
ideal that there would be no chance to
realize. It is necessary to deal with
actualities; to do the best possible;
universal disarmament would be be beyond
yond beyond hope of realization; even its de desirability
sirability desirability at this time, might well be
questioned. Thousands of years of

history recording the wars and conrj

troversies of mankind, suggest that
human nature would require revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary reorganization to make uni universal
versal universal disarmament possible. Con Consideration
sideration Consideration of the present state of the
world must, I think, enforce the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that this is not a hopeful time
to undertake that kind of revolution.
On the other hand, a world with the

orrors' of recent experiences seared

into its mind, and staggering under
the load of debt and armaments, has
generously justified our hope for a
favorable attitude toward the practi practical
cal practical effort, the sincere beginning, that

we are attempting. The fine spirit in

which the leading nations have receiv received
ed received the invitation to meet and consider

hese things, is altogether encourag

ing. To undertaice the impossible and
fail, might leave' our last state worse
than our first. The attitude of the na

tions warrants confidence that we will
not fail, but rather that substantial

results will be accomplished, calculat

ed to lessen the armament burden,
and to reduce the danger of armed
conflict. I feel that in such an effort

we are entitled to the support of all

people who would be glad as I can

assure you I would to see still more

accomplished if possible.

Most sincerely yours,
Warren G. Harding.
Miss Ella L. Freed,
46 Lenox Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ADAMS MORRISON GARAGE
Prompt Service
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

mmnoe I H la rrtxraa him Trio coinnn

i ,i j position Ocala held in the state.
nlapp m direct newer and resDonsi-1

bility in the United States govern-

are jealous of us, brought

. VV lauehter and applause. Mr. Neighbour Alice Huebner of Leesburg

nepresemauve iierncKoi uKianoma .1 vfllf.bour was then enjoy

i t I vf iil lu Lcii auuub uic uiaiiT nvvu i v owv -

wants to maice it a ieiony ior any one i , ... .-, 5ol committee under

. , i iniiiKS in our city uuu saiu ut uan. i eu wim v

. T r ... xi,"We are citizens of no mean city,
thia minrrxr It tin 9W9V with t.nft I

knaves first-Gainesville Sun. We have f t t mighty fine citizens

That would only take four out of spienaia cnurcnes,

-Cf,;r, Hcf beautiful grotto. I cannot mention all

. VH. tit vuv. ivgioviu.iuu I , 1 i 11

me spienuiu wuuga uuv ouiviig an wis

f oKlo Biinprvision of Mrs. U. iU.

Cox, chairman, served refreshments

Another feature of the afternoon

was the distribution of the new year

books to the club members.

The club house was attractively dec

. .1 ... :iL 14

j .v,-i. rest, we have a fine Woman's Club orated for this occasion wuh Kumc

au. wiin.il .. . I

and its members nave a nne nome. i rod

we have wonaenui cuver

You are, indeed, to be con-

CA TV C Jf y

I - a 1

gratulated upon having come to sucn

The Ocala Star has an

everything to eat." This is all right And just a short and bumpy ride

for the cook, but where does the fam

Uy come m? Phil Armstrong

t ri, ooD tv Phil fnr a nne piace ana me xown is iu u am

!n i ... m tt ; t,v,i varied and handsome teaching staff,

nil A.I1VW 1.-U, SlPttW IS I ... r 1

especially wiiii wuc ui uui

at the head."

Mr. Neighbour then lightly touched

upon the subject of women holding

M. M. M.

LIFE

FIRE

The Valparaiso Messenger very ap appropriately
propriately appropriately sums the case up as fol-

judge who would only hold him for office and although all present seem

manslaughter. He may be able to find

another who will decide that it was

'Fatty who cried for help. One thing
. sure, 'FattyV screen days are over,
and about the best thing he can do is j

to look for a job in a fertilizer fac-

- tory, .where everything smells."

A number of our ex-service men,

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE

ed much amused at the prospect, he

insisted that he was serious in his

belief that women would make splen

did mayors, aldermen and councilmen.

Miss Mary Sheppard, principal of

the hisrh school, responded to Mr.

Neighbour's address and thanked him

for his words of welcome. Miss Shep

rard sDoke of the unsettled condition Arrival and departure of passenger

. j v I nr-AT.A TTMTON STATION

i . j i i i j i r.r n worm loaav anu suiu sue ue- uouu

Sv;me .weeks ago. yieuxeu to xne oianu- rnc orWule figures Dub-

Ui,m0nta nf SnniS. rPI-mitin? flffi I WTO W( pOHUOl UUb

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

cers in New York and other of our big """ J

r;ti liafprf th Snanish armv 1 world. iVIISS oneppara caueu .vucu

and went to Spain to fight the Moors, tion to the responsibility resting upon
Word now comes from Spain that the teachera ?nd assure? r listeners

Spanish government, has rejected

many of them4 and they are penniless

in Spanish cities vrith no way of re

turning home. We thought the boys

were' making a mistake when they

enlisted. Americans never did ap

prove of Spanish methods of warfare.

TCxtra! Extra! The Ocala Star ex-

oitedlv makes the following correc

that she and her teachers realized
this responsibility and approached

their work seriously and sincerely.
Mrs. Philip G. Murphy with Mrs.
S. Bland Ware at the piano, sang "My
Laddie," a Scotch love song and
"When the Roses Bloom," by Reich-
ardt. .
At this point the program was
turned over to Mrs. Rex Todd, chair-

nr N W. Sanborn, of the ex- man of the education committee, airs,

VIVtl m-r - 1 .a.i m

ivUinn college of aericul- Todd's program too tne ionn oi. a

ti-rP. will speak on egg production pageant, giving a resume of what the

and marketing to the meeting at the

court house tomorrow afternoon in instead
stead instead of on matters relating to the
creamery." And that's that. Phil
Armstrong in Times-Union.
Phil, you had better turn to the
first page of your big Sunday issue

Woman's Club has done for the Ocala

schools and those taking part in the
pageant were pupils in the schools.

Each pupil described in rhymed prose

I TEE PEEHLESS TIRE
6000 miles guaranteed
30x3 nonskid 9.00

30x34 nonskid $12.1)0
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
Jas. Engcsscr, Prp.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533

T
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Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less

than we have ever put them on. The

Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
tops on for $10.50; roadsters, $9.00.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub

ject to change. 10-l-30t

and

I can now give you the

latest, up-to-date

assuring you

the most careful

thoro service.
OR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Pneeialist

oi very

' methods.

a

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tm M ar H aHK a p-
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stlQYYy MJBII as good as any end less in price

15c
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UNEED.vS and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers... 01
Three packages 20 C

All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon

Campbell's Soup J
tui ran .... JL

-
Campbell's Soup,'
four cans for.
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
three bars for.
Export Soap,

per dozen

45c

8c

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Cherry Bell Flour Ql OC
24. Ib sack tPiaOiJ

Sauer's Self Rising f Qf
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60c
30c
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Coffee, 4 I 1A
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Sauer's Self Rising

12 lb. sack
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pound of
good Tea
Senate Coffee
' per pound.
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for.

Senate Coffee,

three

Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia. Dare Wine,
large, per bottle....
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle.."..
Reddick Peanut Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,
large

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen..
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small
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small, per dozen..
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
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of Honey
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of Syrup
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Bottles Syrup.
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per gallon
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per quart

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lav Arrive

2 :20 am Jacksonyille-NTork 2 :10 r.m
1:55 rim Jacksonville 1:50 pm

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4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
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2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 um
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
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7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

3:30 pm Homosassa l:Jovm
. w a .aA

or demonstrate m p"- 4:45 pm Gainesville ll:50am
the club's educational chairmen and j Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
their committees had either given to Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

ot 3
' W 'Z -fiFTER
r "vi EVERY
The new sugar coafedy
chewing
which cvcry&os JW y2;
CT!7 jyjir ?447S flavored susar Jacket arcana
VnJW w60 thzt fcUI aid your appetite 3d dfeo
r" tics polish Feci teeth asd eclstea
recr throat. imz
. THE'.PiLflWfiK WM

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4



i
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1921

isters

KATHLEEN
NORRIS

"I tell you to'leave Hatty oat or iti
Martin said. "The best thing you can
do Is to let the whole thing alone!"
But she saw that he was both nerv nervous
ous nervous and apprehensive, and she knew
that die inference she and Cherry had
drawn from the letter was a true one.
"Does Cherry know anything of
this?" Martin presently muttered.
"Do you want her to?" Allx asked,
pointedly.
He shrugged his shoulders with a
great assumption of indifference.
If she wants to have it all dragged
to light, why, she can go ahead V he
remarked, carelessly. "I'm not stop stopping
ping stopping her I"
"At least I think you ought to let
Cherry lead her own life after this!"
Allx countered with spirit.
"Live In your old house, eh?" he
asked, resentfully, as he flipped the
pages of his program with a big thumb
and stared at it with unseeing eyes.
"What does she want to live there
for?" 'V
"The fact remains that she does."
Allx persisted.
"Yes, and have just as good a time
as If she never bad been married at
all!" he said.
"You know n
Allx was beginning the denial that
she had given him so confidently last
night, but she Interrupted herself, and
stopped short. The conviction rushed
upon her in an overwhelming wave
that she had no right to repeat that
denial now that the last dreadful twenty-four
hours had changed the whole
situation, and that she herself had
better reason to suspect Cherry than
either Martin or his gossiping aunt
She sat sick and silent.
Meanwhile, Cherry and Peter had
their first opportunity to speak to
each other alone. To both the thirst
for speech was a burning necessity,
and it was with an almost' dizzy sense
of relief that Cherry turned to him
with her first words.
"Peter, I don't dare say much! Can
yau hear me?"
"Perfectly 1" he answered, looking
at his folded program.
"Peter, I've been thinking about
our plan, I mean 1 Martin plans to go
on Monday. But something has hap happened
pened happened since I saw you this morning,
something that makes a' difference! I
had a letter, a letter from some wom woman
an woman connecting his name with another
woman, a Hatty Woods she's notori notorious
ous notorious In Red. Creek and this Joe King
crowd that he went with I don't know
who wrote the letter, or why she
wrote," slhe said, hastily, as Peter In Interpolated
terpolated Interpolated a question. "And I don't
care! A far as Martin goes, I am
free now; what is justice to Martin,
and. kindness to Martin, will never
count with me any more!"
Peter wasted no words.
"He goes Monday,", he said. "We
can go Sunday. This is Thursday
night Your suitcase I checked again
yesterday? Was it only yesterday?"
That's all !"
"We would have been on the train
tonight. Cherry, flying toward New
Orleans!"
Her small hand gripped his in the
darkness.
"If we only were!" he heard her
breathe. :
He turned to her, so exquisite in her
distress. Her breast was rising and
falling quickly.
"Patience, sweetheart !" he said.
"Patience for only a few days more!
Toniorrow IH make the arrangements.
Sunday is only two days off."
Their eyes met in a wild rush of
triumph and hope.
This time we shall do it!" Peter
said.
"Oh, Peter you'll never.be sorry?"
she whispered.
"Sorry My dearest child, when you
give your beauty tand your youth to
a man almost twice your age, who has
loved you all your life do you think
there Is much chance of it?"
"Why shouldn't it be one of the hap happy
py happy marriages?" said Cherry after a
silence.
"It will, he answered, confidently.
"As the weeks become months, and the
months become years, and the beauty
and miracle of it go on and on, we
will think that what we feel for each
other now is only the shadow the
dream!"
"Shall I just let Martin think I am
quietly going away with him on Mon Monday?"
day?" Monday?" she asked, after a silence in
which she was deeply thinking.
"Does he know you had that let letter?"
ter?" letter?" Peter said.
"No; Allx is going to speak to him
about it." Cherry outlined the talk
that she and her sister had had at
breakfast.
"Then I shouldn't bring up the ques question
tion question at all." Peter decided. quickly.
"It would only mean an ugly and un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary scene. It' much wiser to
let him continue to think that you
don't know anything about it, and to
let Allx think that you-are ignoring
the whole thing!"
"Until Sunday !" she whispered.
"Until Sunday." Peter glanced at
Martin and Allx. who were talk in to

gether absorbedly, in low tones. My
little sweetheart. 111 make all this
misery up to you !" he whispered. Her
little hand was locked in his for the
rest of the evening.
-
Morning came, a crystal autumn

morning, and life weat on. If there
was any change at the cabin It was a
change for the better. Allx. who had
been silent and troubled for a little
while, was more serene now, as usual
concerned for the comfort of her
heusehold, and as usual busy all day
long with her poultry and pigeons, her
bee-keeping, stable, and dogs. Peter
was his courteous, gentle, interested
self, more like the old Peter, who bad
always been occupied with his music
and his books, than like the passion passionately,
ately, passionately, metamorphosed Peter who bad
been so changed by love for Cherry..
Martin, satisfied with the general re respects
spects respects and consideration with yhich
he found himself surrounded, accept accepted
ed accepted life placidly enough; perhaps he
had been disturbed by the advent f
the letter, perhaps he was willing to
let the question of an' adjustment be between
tween between Cherry and himself rest. It
amused him to help get the house
ready for a tenant, and from the fact
that Cherry talked no more of living
there, and made no comment upon his
frequent reference to their departure
on Monday, he deduced that she had
come to her senses.
Cherry, too, was less unhappy than
she had been. By avoiding Peter, by
refraining even in words and looks
from the companionship for which she
so hungered, by devoting herself to
Allx, she managed to hold her feelings
in leash. Even though Allx found
that the knowledge of the secret they
shared without ever mentioning stood
between them like a screen, the sis
ters, busy about the house, had won wonderful
derful wonderful hours together.

CHAPTER XVIII.
Saturday came, a perfect day that
filled the little valley to the brim with
golden sunshine. Allx. driving alone
to the mountain cabin, stared in the
morning freshness at the blue over overhead
head overhead and said aloud, "Oh, what a day
of gold !"
The dog, sitting beside her on the
front seat, flapped his tall In answer
to her voice, and she laughed at him.
But the laugh was quickly followed
by a sharp sigh.
"Saturday," -she mused, "and Mar Martin
tin Martin expects Cherry to go with him on
Monday Expects her to go back with
him to a life of misery for her, exist existence
ence existence with a man she hates Oh, Cher Cherry
ry Cherry my little sister there .can be no
happiness for you there And Peter
Peter is left behind to me, who can cannot
not cannot comfort him or still the ache that
is tearing his heart My two loved
ones, and what can I do to help them !"
She had come up to the cabin to do
the usual last little dally fussing
among the ducks and chickens and to
bring Peter, if Peter had not gone Into
town, back with her to Cherry's house.
They had all dined in the old Strick Strickland
land Strickland house the night before, and be because
cause because of a sudden rainfall had decided
to spend the night there, too. The
Chinese boy who had been helping the
sisters with their housecleanlng had
been persuaded to cook the dinner and
get breakfast, and the evening about
the old fireplace had been almost too
poignantly sweet.
But suddenly, at about ten o'clock.
Peter had surprised them all by get getting
ting getting to his feet He was going up to
the cabin, he said must go, in fact.
He would rather walk, please, he told
Allx, when she offered to drive him
up in the car. Bewildered and a .little
apprehensive, she let him go. To Cher Cherry,
ry, Cherry, who seemed to feel suddenly sad
and uneasy, Allx laughed about it, but
she was secretly worried herself, and
immediately after breakfast the next
morning decided to run up to the cabin
in the car and assure herself that
everything was right there.
Cherry, who had not slept and who
was pale, had come out to the car,
her distracted manner increasing Alix's
sense that something was gravely
amiss. She started on her trip with
a heavy heart, but the half-hour's run
soothed her In spite of herself, and.
now she reached the cabin In a much
more cheerful mood.
Peter was nowhere about, and as
she plunged Into the work of house

'

"Where Mr. Perer Go Now?" She
Asked.
and farmyard she supposed, without
giving the matter a conscious thought.

umt ne naar gone to tne- ciry.
"Mis Peter not go train," Kow an
nounced presently.

All Alix's vague suspicions

awakened.
"Not go train?" she asked with a
premonitory pang.
Kow made a large gesture, as indi indicating
cating indicating affairs disorganized.
"Him no go to bed," he further
stated. "Boss come late. He walkln
on porch."
"He came in late and walked on the
porch!" Allx echoed in a low tone, as
If to herself. "Where Mr. Peter go
now?" she. asked. "He have some
coffee?"
"No eat," the boy answered. He
Indicated the direction of the creek,
and after a while Alix, with an icy
heart, went to the bridge and the pool
where Peter had first found Cherry
only a few weeks ago.
He was standing, staring vaguely at
the low and lisping stream, and Allx
felt a great pang of pity when she
saw him. He came to her smiling,
but as Cherry had smiled, with a wan
and ghastly face.
"Peter, you're not well?" Allx said.
"I think I am a little upset," he
answered. They walked back to the
house together. Allx ordered him to
take a hot bath, and made him drink
some coffee, when, refreshed and
grateful, he came out to the porch
half an hour later. They shared the
little meal that was her luncheon and
his breakfast.
He followed her to the car and got
in the front seat beside her.
"You're awfully good to me," he
said, briefly, when they were going
down the long grade.
Allx did not answer immediately and
he thought that she had not heard.
She ran the big machine through the
valley, stopped at the postofflce, and
still in silence began the climb toward
the old house. The roads were all
narrow here, but she could have fol followed
lowed followed them in the dark, he knew, and
he understood that it was not her driv driving
ing driving that made her face so thoughtful
and kept her eyes from meeting bis.
"You say I'm good to you, Pete,"
she surprised him by saying suddenly.
"I hope I am. For you've been very
good to me, my dear. There's only
one thing in life that I haven't got, and
want. And that you can't, unfor unfortunately,
tunately, unfortunately, get for me."
He had flushed darkly, and he spoke
with a little effort. "I'd like to try!"
She Ignored the invitation for a few
minutes, and for an instant of panic
he thought he saw her lip tremble.
But when she turned to him, it was
with her usual smile.
"It's only that I would like to have
you and and Martin and Cherry as
happy as I am P she said quickly. And
a second later the mood was gone as
she turned the car In at the home gate
and exclaimed, "There's Cherry now!"
"Martin's somewhere about," Cherry
said as Peter joined her, and AIx
stopped the car within conversational
range.
Allx remarking that she would turn
the car so that she might later start
on the grade, disappeared, and the
two were together again, after what a
night and what a day and that was
all that mattered. They spoke con confusedly,
fusedly, confusedly, in brief monosyllables, and
were silent, their eyes meeting only
furtively and briefly.
"Can you walk up to the cabin with
me?" Peter asked. "I want so much
to speak to you. Everything's all ar arranged
ranged arranged for tomorrow. All you have
to think of is yourself. Now, in case
of missing the boat again which isn't
conceivable, but we must be ready for
anything! I shall go straight to the
club. You must telephone me there.
Just go off tonight quietly, get,, as
much sleep as you can, and keep jbur
wits about you."
"Tell me our plans again," Cherry
faltered.
"It's perfectly simple," he said giv giving
ing giving her anxious face a concerned
glance. "You are going to the Olivers'.
I go in, in the morning, to get your
suitcase and my own and get to the
boat. I shall be there at half-past ten.
You get there before eleven you
won't see me. But go straight on
board and ask for Mrs. Joyce's cabin.
Wait for me there!"
"But but suppose you don't come
"Ill be there' before you. It Is bet better
ter better for us not to meet upstairs. But
to be sure,-ni telephone you at Minna
Oliver's at about nine o'clock tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning, m Just tell you that
I'm on my way and that everything is
an right! Do you realize that by this
time tomorrow we shall be out at sea,"
he added, "leaning on the rail watch watching
ing watching the Pacific race by and belonging
to ach other forever and ever?"
The picture flooded her face with
happy color. "It's tomorrow at last !"
she said wonderlngly as they walked
slowly toward the house. "I- thought
It would never be. It's only a few
hours more now."
"How will you feel when it's today?"
he asked.
"Oh. Peter, I shall be so glad when
it's all over, and when the letters are
written, and when we've been together
for a year," she answered fervently.
"I know it will be all as we have
planned, but but if it were over!"
They reached the side door now and
were mounting the three steps to together.
gether. together. "Be patient until tomorrow," h
whispered.
"Oh," she said softly, "I shan't
breathe until tomorrow." 1
Leaning across her to push back the
light screen door, he found himself
face to face with Allx. In the dark
entryway Peter and Cherry had not
seen her, had not heard her move. Pe Peter
ter Peter cursed his carelessness; he could
sot remember, In the utter confusion
of thejmoment. Just what he and Cher

ry naa said, but if it was of"a Betray Betray-ing
ing Betray-ing nature, they had betrayed them themselves.
selves. themselves. One chance In a hundred that
she had not heard!
Yet, if she was acting, she was act acting
ing acting superbly. Cherry had turned scar scarlet
let scarlet and had given him an open glance
of consternation, but Alix did not seem
to see It. She addressed Peter, but
when he found himself physically un unable
able unable to answer, she continued the con conversation
versation conversation with no apparent conscious consciousness
ness consciousness of his stumbling effort to appear
natural.
"There you are! Are we going t

odd, gasping noise with much dry
mouthing, and with wild eyes.
Horror was in her aspect, and hor horror
ror horror was the emotion that the first
glimpse of ber awakened vaguely in
their hearts, but as she saw them she
suddenly found voice for so hideous a
scream that Cherry's knees failed her.
and Peter sprang forward with a shout.
He gripped 'the- woman's arm, and
her frantic eyes were turned to him.
"Oh, my God !" she cried In a hoarse,
cawing voice. "My God They're over
the bank they're over the bank!"
"Who?" Peter shouted, his heart
turnin? to ashes
(Continued Tomorrow)

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located

m Commercial Bank building. Of3:e
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf

. PLANT
Orange Trees
PINEAPPLE, PARSON
BROWN, VALENCIA
LATE AND LUE GUI
GONG ORANGE AND
TANGERLNE TREES
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
OCALA, FLA.

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

FLOWER SEEDS
AND BULBS
Special Mixtures. Sweet Peas,
Dwarf Nasturtium in Balk.

G. C. GREENE
Phone 435

Like the first exhilarating
breezes of autumn come these

EXQUISITE
FALL HATS
A wonderfully attractive col collection
lection collection of original styles in
street and dress hats. Prices
that relieve the strain on the
purse without sacrificing qual quality
ity quality or style. Our large stock en enables
ables enables us to suit you regardless
of the size of your purse. Let
us demonstrate.
ELITE SHOP
DeCAMP & WEAVER
Ocala House Block Opposite
Courthouse

RTEDMM MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts

We use genuine parts in our
FORD REPAIRING
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252

SEE ME FOR
ALL KINDS OF BUILDUP
My Horfc is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN

SASH

DOOR

Geo. Hay I Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored
Brakes ReUned
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J, Williams
Phone 597

Fifteen Years Experience
E A T
at the
MALTO CAFE
Up-lo-Dale lunch Counter
and Dining Room
0PEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
JOHN METRE
Proprietor
108 South Magnolia St.

The Stucco Man"

Phone 39 212 Orange Ace.

En
Bts ai4

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C V. Roberts Barney Spencer H

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x-none isuo rnone 431 I

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

This is a Studebaker year. tf

You Get a Htin
(or yonr money at car
riant. We are hot after
yonr trade, and will sure surely
ly surely make it of interest to
yon to deal with us.
WE Insure a Long Run for
Your Tires.
blalock Bros,
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
OCALA, FLORIDA

I COOK'S MARKET GROCERY f
I Everything To Eat rj
3f MEATS AND GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES U

A

AUCTIONHG
When you want your house,
furniture, stock or goods of
any Vind sold, he will auction
it off for vou. and et full

I market value. Consult hira if

you have anything to sell.
J. II. CRAMER
P.O.Box 310 Ocala, Fla.
Telephone 419

$100 CASH

And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finished and
paiDted inside and out.
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large garage. See
E. C. JORDAN,
OWNER
OFFICE OVER
JAKE'S

8

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THE WINDSOR MOTEL -.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard..
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room aerriea t
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGI1
Proprietor.

FIRE Q-f
PROOFS U

HOTE LIPJE

Negotiable Storage Receipt Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc
nip movs, pack, ship LONG DISTANCE MOVING
If! I LIVE STOCK.
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MM la FURNITURE, ETC.



OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1921

IJMMSSIFIED
ADVERTISEViENTS

FOR SALE Home of, seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros, store opposite Har
rington Hall hotel.
50-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
gas a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf
PEAL Dairy cows, heavy springers
nd i nth calves at foot. Jerseys,
Guernseys and Holsteins, one or
car load. T. B. tested. Dehorned.
Anthony Farms. Anthony, Fla. tf
WANTED Velvet beans. Will pay
75 cents per 100 pounds, delivered.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 6-tf
CJ01.DKJNAUK15 i'aper shell pecan
nuts. This year's crop now for sale
Leave your orders at Gerig's Drug
Store, where samples can be seen,
or drive out to the grove and get
yours. Two sizes, 75c. and 50c.' per
pound. 17-tf
WANTED A few select boarders in
private home. Room suitable for
man and wife, two ladies or two
'gentlemen. Phone 413 or apply at
' 18 North Watula street. ll-6t
FOR RENT Front bed room, either
for: one or couple. Phone 238, or
No. 34 North Sanchez. ll-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished desirable
five or seven-room apartment with
two large halls, "bath, large, airy
rooms, large porch, garage, all
modern conveniences, private en
trances. Possession Oct. 15. Apply
MraGeorge Blitch. 10-ll-6t
FOR RENT Furnished, four-room
lower apartment on Oklawaha Ave.,
,acre(ned porch, bath, large airy
"4 rooms, electric range, modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Private entrances, ga ga-.
. ga-. rage. Possession Nov. 1. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch. ll-6t
t)R RENT Furnished, very desir
able tower apartment, four rooms,
bath, sleeping porch, pantry built
in "cupboard, large grounds, close
in, well furnished, modern .conven .conveniences.
iences. .conveniences. Possession Oct. 15. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch. ll-6t
FOB SALE 490 Chevrolet in first
class condition. A genuine bargain.
See C. G. Wile at Singer Sewing
Machine office. 12-4t
LOST Between Mcintosh and Ocala,
Tuesday, Oct. 11th, white and liver
colored pointer; answers to name of
. "Woodrow." Reward of $10 will be
. paid for return. A. M. McNeill,
Gainesville, Fla. 12 -6t
WANTED Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply in
writing to Robert Riddle, care the
Florida House.
FOR RENT Six room cottage with
all modern conveniences; thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly ; screened; garage in connection,
-.and all the garden space you want.
'. Apply to R. L. Carter, taxi driver.
Phone 526 or 527. 13-tf
WANTED Sewing by experienced
dressmaker. No. 213 Oklawaha ave ave-mjie,
mjie, ave-mjie, second floor. 17-6t

I QUALITY GROCERIES AT THE I

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:tj You are invited to inspect our stock of groceries
:J now on display. Quality, Honest Weight and
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as to maKe tnis announcement an invitation jj:

5 iiiuic tuctu uiuiuciiiiy luipuriaiiL iu yuu.
5t The articles listed below give you an idea of the
til money saving powers of our store. Come in and &
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:i: see us. CC:
hi Lard Compound 15c Creamery Butter 48c S
11 Campbells Soups 12c "3;
.'

IA Smilax Sifted Peas 28c ?it

:j FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

ns

IJ H. E. Abbott, Mgr.
1 Phone 76 Sooth Side Ocala House Bloek

FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Second floor,
bath. Apply to- 628 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street. 13-13t

STOVE WOOD AND KINDLING
Lot of well seasoned pine ends from
planing, mill. Can deliver in any
quantity on short notice. Phone
446 or 373. 14-6t
FOR RENT One large, comfortable
furnished room, close in. All mod modern
ern modern conveniences. Apply at 403 Ft.
King avenue. 17-6t
FOR SALE Hudson speedster, ex
cellent condition, looks like new.
Si xtires, five almost new. Write
to "Hudson," care Star office. 17-3t
WANTED Lady stenographer who
is good musician, willing to work
hard and long hours at a law salary
to begin. Apply by letter in own
handwriting stating qualifications
and experience. S. M., care Ocala
Star. 17-6t
FOR SALE A. second hand gas
stove in good condition. Phone
360Y. 17-tf
This is a Studebaker year.
tf
XOTICE
Of
Application for Leave
to Sell
. Minora' Land
Notice is hereby given to all whom It
may concern, that Elizabeth S. Bryant,
as guardian of the estates of Elizabeth
S. Bryant Jr., Frank C. Bryant, James
S. Bryant and Margaret Bryant, mmors,
win, on the
7th Day of .November, A. D. 1921,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can ibe
heard, aip,ply to the Honorable I J2.
Putch, county judge of iMarion county,
Florida, at his office In Ocala, Florida,
for authority to sell at private sale, the
following described real estate and
property of the said minors located In
Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
(1.) Northwest quarter (nw) of
northwest quarter (nw) of north northwest
west northwest quarter (nw) and west half
(w1) of east half te&) of northwest
quarter (nw) of northwest quarter
(nw,4) of section twenty-nine (29),
township seventeen (17) south, range
" twenty-four (24) east, containing 20
acres, more or less, with all personal
property on or used in connection
with the said land: also
(2.) (The interest of the said minors in
an undivided one-half interest in a
pumping outfit and ipirping owned
jointly by the late Frank C. Bryant
and A. A. Bartlett. and a boat house
located on th shore of Lake Weir;
also
(3.) Southwest quarter (sw4) of
northwest quarter (nw4) of north north-.west
.west north-.west quarter (nwt4) of section twenty-nine
(29), township seventeen (17)
south, range twenty-four (24) east,
containing 10 acres, more or less; also
(4.) A lot or tract of land lying and
situate in section twenty (20), town township
ship township seventeen (17) south, range
twenty-four (23) east, described as
commencing at a stake on the north
side of Main street. South Lake Weir,
321 feet and 6 inches east 4y 40 feet
north from the southwest corner of
section twenty, thence run north 600
feet to a stake on the south side of
Knox avenue, thence run east on said
avenue 194 leet and 4 Inches to a
stake, thence run south 600 feet to a
stake on the north side of Main
street, thence run west 194 feet and
four inches to -point of beginning,
containing 2 and 28-100ths acres,
.more or less; also
(5.) Northeast quarter (nei) of
northeast quarter (ne&). except
southwest quarter (sw4) of north northeast
east northeast quarter (ne) of northeast
quarter (ne1), section twenty-four
(24), township seventeen (17) south,
range twenty-four (24) east, con containing
taining containing 30 acres, more or less; also
(6.) Southwest quarter (sw) of
northwest quarter (nw4) of section
twenty-seven (27). and northwest
quarter (nw4) of southeast quarter
(se4) of northwest quarter (nw4)
of section twenty-seven (27) all In
township seventeen (17) south, ange
twenty-four (24), east, containing 50
acres, more or less; also
(7.) All the personal property on or
used in connection with the above
described tracts of land.
All of the above described property
to be subject to the dower 'interest of
Elizabeth S. Bryant, widow of the late
Frank C. Bryant,' deceased.
Said lands and property above de described
scribed described ibelongi-ng to the estate of
Frank C. Bryant, deceased, and to be
sold lor the best interest of the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid minors.
This 3rd day of October, 1921.
ELIZABETH S. BRYANT,
Oct 3-5t Guardian.
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OCCURRE

If you have any society items for.
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. Louis Keeffe spent the week weekend
end weekend at Rochelle with Ms aunt.
Mr. J. C. Carrington of Fairfield is
a visitor to the city today.
Mrs. Jake Goldman has returned
home from a pleasant visit with rela-!
tives in Savannah.
Mr. James Engesser left yesterday
afternoon for Atlanta on a short busi business
ness business trip. He will return Tuesday.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at the Masonic hall tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Donald Ferguson returned
Saturday from a visit to Tampa and
Dade City.
About 60 pairs of ladies' pumps and
oxfords to close out at 50 per cent of
former price. Little's Shoe Parlor. 3t
Daytona Beach last week disposed
of $20,000 worth of bonds for general
municipal improvements.
Mr. M. W. Lloyd returned Saturday
night from a week's business trip to
Quincy.
Phone 562, Crescent Market, for
best fresh meats. We sell the best
steak and roast for 25c pound. 15-3t
The work has started on the re
modeling of the building for the First
National Bank at Brooksville.
Mrs. Vemie Stevens of Lakeland,
arrived in Ocala yesterday, called
here on accoutn of the illness of her
uncle, Mr. B. A. Weathers.
Our orangeade machine is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Dr. M. C. Izlar returned home last
night from New York, where he went
especially to witness the world series
baseball games.
Forty pjiirs of boys' oxfords to
c'ose out at two dollars the- pair.
Former price from four to seven dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Little's Shoe Parlor. 14-3t
Misses Louise and Marie Grumbles
of Dunnellon were in town yesterday,
en route from Tallahassee to their
home.
Mr. Fiank Gates has returned
home from an extended trip in the
north. While away he visited in Ohio
and Virginia.
Work has started on the handsome
new building for the First National
Bank at Bradentown. The furnish furnishings
ings furnishings and equipment of the bank will
be up-to-date in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Russell re returned
turned returned home Sunday from Moore
Haven, where they were called 'by the
serious illness and death of Mrs. Rus Russell's
sell's Russell's mother, Mrs. H. G. Gates.
Mr. Frank Harris Jr. is expected
home this afternoon from New York,
where he has been for the past three
weeks.
Mrs. Welsh Wheeler of Miami, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala last week and is a
guest at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. R. Dewey.
Dr. Harry Walters has received his
re-painted roadster from Jacksonville.
Ihe car looks just like it had come
from the factory.
The stoppage of machinery at the
electric light plant Saturday night
was caused by the stopping up of the
feed pipe from the lubricating oil
tank to the turbine engine. As soon
as Superintendent McKenzie found
there was trouble, he started the other
two engines, but when he shutthe
turbine off and the other machines
took up the load they sucked the steam
out of the boilers and for a few min minutes
utes minutes everything had to stop. A wire
wa sat once sent to Birmingham, ac acquainting
quainting acquainting Mr. Robert Allen Burford
with the trouble and asking him to
send a man at once. Mr. Burford him himself
self himself arrived last night, and expects to
have the engine running again soon
ANNOUNCEMENT
Beginning Monday Octcber 24
we will have
FREE DELIVER Y
for cash only
Ft King Confectionery
L. S. Maron, Prop.
Phone in your order for fruit and
vegetables. PHONE 596

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NOTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS
Beginning October 1st the rate for
gas has been reduced to $2 per thou thousand
sand thousand feet. In order to make this re-
Iduction it has been necessary to re
duce overhead expenseand in the fu future
ture future we will not send out a collector.
All accounts are payable at the office
in the Harrington Hall block before
the 10th of the month. If your ac
count is not paid on the 10th, service
will be discontinued without further
notice and a charge will be made for
reconnecting.
3-3t-mon Ocala Gas Company.
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TAPESTRY BRUSSELLS ART SQUARES
Sixe 9x12 Feet
SPECIAL $23.75
These Art Squares formally sold for $45. We have 25
of them in this lot all choice patterns, both Floral and Orien Oriental
tal Oriental designs, Limited, one to a customer.

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WATCH

Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality

L. ALEXANDER 1
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AM) BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and !tter
wo'W for monry th.n nny oihe""
i-ontractnr in th c-tv

OF THE STOMACH
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PU CANT ENJOY LIFE
wilb a lore, sour, Lloalcd stom stomach.
ach. stomach. Food does not nourish.
Instead k is a source of misery, causing
pains, kk"gi direinrst and Lead Lead-aches.
aches. Lead-aches. Q The person wUi a bad siorudi
should be satisfied with siililn; less'
than permanent, lasting relief.
J The right lemecV wil cct trr. the
Eriirtgs of the stomach, enrich the blood,
aid in casting out the carrhal poisons
and strengthen every hod2y r.uc!lo.
J The larg number of people who
bare successfully used Dr. Hartme-'s
famous medicine, recommended for oil
catarrhal corx&ioas, oiler the stronger
possible endorsement for
Pe-ru-nA
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TA31XTS OR LIQUID
SOLD EVERYWHERE
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SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY
Wednesday Only

See Window Display

THI'S SPACE FOR

We state it as dur honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liggett Ic Myers Tobacco Co.
.kesterfield.
CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended

Secret
of the
Home Beautiful
Alabastine tinted walls are
the fashion this year not orJy
because they are very sanitary
and economical, but also
because their colors are won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully rich and soft.
Tha Beautiful WaB Tint
Come learn what beautiful
effects Alabastine colon acrd
ftencH design will give you.
For Sale by
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
Ocala, Fla.
A roo line of wood beaters. We We-?ut
?ut We-?ut them up. Roberts & Spencer. 12t
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