The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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TEMFERATU1IES This morning, 51; this afternoon, 71.
WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Friday; no change in temperatnr.
1111(11 EXPENSE

nni ')i


For the Fiscal Year of 1922 Foot Up
Three Billions, Nine Hundred
And Forty Millions

Former Emperor of Austria and His
Wife Zita Will be Given a
Home at Fnnchal

Score Killed or Wounded in an At Attack
tack Attack by Arabs on the Israel

ites in Jerusalem

t Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 3. The estimat estimated
ed estimated expenditures of the government
for the fiscal year 1922 are now placed
at three billion, nine hundred and
forty millions, which is a reduction of

$94,C 00,000 from the August 10 esti estimate,
mate, estimate, President Harding has inform informed
ed informed Congress in a letter to Sepeaker
The tax revision fight in the Sen Sen-to
to Sen-to n'irrnwpH Hnwn todav to three

principal issues, soldier bonus, excess

CAMOci&tea fress)
Paris, Nov. .3. Negotiations rela relative
tive relative to the possibility of interning
fcrmer Emperor Charles on one of
the Madeira islands which have been
in progress between the allies and
Portugal, are nearing conclusion, the
Journal declared today.
Lisbon, Nov. 3. Arrangements
have been completed to receive for former
mer former Emperor Charles and the Ex Ex-Empress
Empress Ex-Empress Zita of Austria-Hungary as

exiles on the Island of Madeira, ac-

j,..xF. ----- I cording to advices received today
profits amendment and the sales tax


and eomoration income tax. The

senator in charge, of the measure
thought it could be disposed of in
two days and that the bill could be
passed by Saturday night at the



( Associated Press)
Jerusalem, Wednesday, Nov. 2.

Five persons were killed and thirteen
others wounded in disorders here to today
day today which included the throwing jf a
bomb. The police said the trouble

started in an attempted attack by
Arab rioters on the Jewish quarter.

Big, Unidentified Ship, 400 Miles Hanford McNidor of Mason City,

South of Halifax, Threatened By Iowa, Fourth Leader of The

Blaze on Board I Great Organization

The machinery at the city plant

did not fail during the storm of last
wppIc nor since, but wind continues to

Representatives of religious denom- . -asionai trouble with the

inatiocs and others interested in the Superintendent McKenzie in-

question oi wneiner wnuieSaie forms the Star that he is making ar

. t

ers in sacramental wines may ao rangements for another circuit, to

business under the pronioition laws inPrf,a!inf, demand for cur-

will be given a hearing by the de- line trouble to

partment of justice next Tuesday. mimimum. There are now two

EXTEND EMERGENCY TARIFF circuits the business circuit and the

The Senate finance committee re- residence circuit the latter, on ac


suraed the hearing today on tariff count of the greater number of trees

questions and ordered a favorable re-J along the lines, being more exposed

port on the House resolution extend-I than the other to wire trouble, ine

im- the emergency tariff law to Feb. division between the two, however, is

1st or until such time as permanent not arbitrary, there being a number

tariff schedules have been enacted of business houses on the residence

into law. circuit. Mr. McKenzie is putting in

oAKiNa in TESTIMONY land win soon open the third, the

I .intiU Uir arYiif Via. OTTtfctfl to

----- SUppiy the industrial establishments
offering to submit proof of charges I

that American "soldiers overseas were

hanged without trial were presented

in the Senate today by Senator Wat

son of Georgia, whose presentation of
the original charges in the Senate

several days ago resulted in the ap

pointment of a special committee to


One of the telegrams, Senator Wat

son said, was from a former major in
the army and' said he could assist in

substantiating the charges. In pre

This will be a great improvement

In regard to the white way, Mr,

McKenzie says the only reason why

it is not finished is that an electrica

supply house which has the contract
to furnish certain parts has not come

to taw. He hopes, however, to have
enough of the lights in commission to

make a good showing during the fair,


Battle & Company, members of the

American Cotton & Grain Exchange

senting the documents Watson with 81 Broad St., New York, have estab

feeling clashed with several senators hiPhed an office in Ocal. Battle $

anad was reminded by Vice President J Company represent Raymond Palmer

Coohdge he should proceed m order & Company of New York- The eom eom-and
and eom-and observe the Senate rules. I nanv is connected with private wires

Watson again attacked Senator d et anv quotations desired by

Wadsworth, republican, who first call- its patr0ns. Battle & Company's

ed the Senate's attention to the Wat- Qcala office is located at room No. 2,

son charges. "It is only a few hours Merchants' block. They have already

since I was put on the rack in a most installed their board and telegraph
supercilious manner by the ex-asso- J instrument and are securing quota

tions from the New York and Liver

pool cotton markets, the Chicago

eram market and any other JNew

York stock degireq.

The Ocala office is in charge of Mr.
G. R. Battle. Mr- Battle was the

(Associated Pressj I founder of the First National Bank

Cleevland, Nov. 3. Dan R. Hanna, Qf perry, Fla., and was president oi

publisher of the Cleveland News and

Wednesday afternoon Judge Futch
held a preliminary hearing of T. H.
Hodges charged with assault on Wm.
A Jeffcoat. Hodges was bound over
to await the action of the grand jury
and placed under a $500 bond.
Dr. H. W. Henry was the first wit witness
ness witness in the hearing and testified as to

the extent of Mr. Jeffcoat's injuries.

Ie stated that he thought it hardly

nnssihlA that some of the wounds

could have been inflicted with a bare

fist and thought it possible that some

implement such as a closed knife had

been used. Mr. Hodges tried to show

by questioning Dr. Henry that a knife

would have left a different sort or
mark but Dr. Henry seemed to think
that held in a certain position a knife

would make such marks.

W. H. Strothers testified that he

was working in Malever's store and

:is attention was called to the fight in

time for him to see Hodges grab Jeff-

coat with his left hand while he reach

ed in his pocket with his right and
then pullad it out and hit Mr. Jeffcoat

several blows in rapid succession,
and Mr. Jeffcoat's face began to spurt

Dudley Cole, another witness, also

working in Malever's store, stated

that he first saw the fight and turned

t call Strothers' attention to it.

When he returned to the door to look
he heard Hodges tell Jeffcoat "to take

it back." Then he saw a blow or two'
passed and ran to get a policeman and
did not see the rest of the fight.
Mr. Jeffcoat testified that he had
taken a case for Mr. Hodges to sue a
man for some hogs he had turned out.
He found after looking into the case

that it was a losing one and told Mr.
Hodges he would return the retainer

fee and rot take the case. He gave
Hodges a check and told him he had
not checked up his bank account for a
few days and was not sure the check
was good but that he would make it

all right. He said that Hodges said I Qcala.

(Associated Press) I- (Associated Pre-)

Halifax, Nov. 3. A large uniden-1 Kansas City, Nov. 3. Hanford Mc-

tified vessel is on fire 400 miles south- Nider, of Mason City, la-, was elected
east of Halifax, according to a radio national commander of the American
to the Canadian naval department Legion. The convention made Mc-

from the British tanker Saxoleine. Niders election unanimous when all

other candidates withdrew.

SCHOONER MAY HAVE BEEN Mr. McNider succeeds as national

LOST IN THE STORM I commander John G. Emery, of Grand

Rapids, Mich., who was named to the
place to succeed the late F. W. Gal Gal-bra
bra Gal-bra ith; of Cincinnati, killed last June
in an automobile accident.
The vice commanders chosen were:
George L. Berry, of Rogersville,

'.Associated Press)
Tampa, Nov. 3. Fear for the safe safety
ty safety of the British schooner M. A.
Eelliveau, which sailed from British

Honduras for Tampa, via Cuba, short'

I rw tt T T T

ly before the hurricane entered the Aenn-i eison jacxson, oi cur cur-gulf
gulf cur-gulf last week was expressed here to- lington, Vt, and Charles Kendrick of
j ; ,- ;i tu ,.,,.. San Francisco, representing the

i ii v ill 'imi iiirr i.iit ira. tie sv.uuuiici i

carried six men.



army, and Raymond Bracket, of Mar-

blehead, Mass., and J. A. McCormick,
of Fort Lyon, O., of the navy-

Dr. Philander P. Claxton, formerly
United States commissioner of educa education,
tion, education, said in a recent interview:
"The time taken for a reasonable


ciates of William Barnes, si crook,'
WntsfiTi said. Wadsworth made no


(By M. M. M.)
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Mar-

amount of physical training work out ion County Post of the American Le Le-of
of Le-of the school hours would be much gion last night held its regular meet meet-more
more meet-more than paid back by greater effi- ing at the armory, with Mrs. C. W.
ciency of the children in the school Moremen, secretary of the unit, pre pre-work
work pre-work for they would do much better siding.
work as a result. A strong child with In accordance with the request

a clear brain, a good pair of lungs, from national headquarters the Ocala
active circulation and good digestion, unit will hold a membership drive
will do more work in a given time from Nov. 2 to Nov. 11. The depart-
than will the weakling and the anae- ment of Florida will carry on this

mic. I drive all over the state and as a re-
The people and the states' educa-1 cord of the number of members gain-

tit nal administrators are realizing ed each day is to be sent in to state
the truth of Dr. Claxton's statement headquarters and each unit is to re re-and
and re-and each year sees more states pass- ceive credit for its gain, the Ocala
ing laws providing for and enforcing unit is anxious to make a fine show-

physical training in the public mg. Thus far, in the state depart depart-schools.
schools. depart-schools. ment, Ocala has ranked among the
Four years ago New Jersey passed leading units and it is the earnest de de-a
a de-a law providing for the establishment 5jre of its present members to keep

and maintenance of physical training ft at the front.
in the public schools. Since that time It is a great bonor to able to be
the children have shown a marked im- come a member of xhe auxiliary. Un Un-provement
provement Un-provement in physical development der the present constitution only
and educational progress. Their week- mother8f ycs, sisters and daughters
ly schedule for physical training was ot members of the American Legion
as follows: Two 3-minute drills daily, or of mcn who lost their lives -m the
setting-up exercises, posture exer- ld in and it is urjred

cises; one 20-minute lesson aily. that every woman in Marion county
marching, gymnastics, games, and 20 is eligible should notify Mrs. C.

minutes a week devoted to nygiene. w Moremen 0f ber eligibility so that

A program of similar nature given some member of the unit may call!
by a trained instructor wfll be of last- lpon her with necessary papers.

mg Denent to me dovs ana gins oi u been broagbt to the reporter's
Ocala. 1 I

he would come back and raise hell if &u hted in not
a T a J 4u At It a mar 1 l

it wasnx. Jaier in uw uj llc J I niTIS TELI.IER WAS k in Tt m We state

Bodges on the street and asked him 1 TIRFn OF LIVING that the auxiliarv is vour organiza

tion, if you are the mother, wife, sis-

( Associated Press) Iter or daughter of a legion man, as

Newton, Mass., Nov. 3. The body much as it is that of the present

As Proposed by the Fourth Section
Committee of Southern Carriers
To be Investigated
At a meeting of the board of gov governors
ernors governors of the Board of Trade held
11 o'clock this -morning the freight
rates proposed by the fourth section
committee of southern carriers were
discussed and a committee was named
for the purpose of making a thorough
investigation of the rates as they will
affect Ocala. The committee will
meet tonight at eight o'clock at the
Board of Trade room to begin its in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. The members of the
committee are Louis H. Pillans, D.
E. Mclver, George MacKay, W. D.
Shepard and Secretary Louis IL Cha Cha-zaL
zaL Cha-zaL The assistance of others will be
The proposed rates are based on
the principle of long and short haul,
and it is believed that if put into
effect the rates will go a long way to toward
ward toward solving Ocala's freight rate
problem and place this city in a po po-sitio
sitio po-sitio nto enjoy the advantages of its
central location. Whether the rates

will have this result i3 what the com

mittee will -make an effort to find out.


(Associated Press)
LaPeer, Mich, Nov. 3. Henry
Gates who confessed Monday that he
wrecked the fast Grand Trunk train
near here Friday night, pled guilty
today and was sentenced to life im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment in the Michigan penitentiary.


the Cleveland Sunday Ledger, died of
heart failure at his home today.

Mrs. Harvey Clark entertained yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at her home on Tus Tus-CAwilla
CAwilla Tus-CAwilla street in honor of Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Lloyd of Suffolk, Va.
Mrs. Clark and the guest of honor
informally greeted the guests as they
arrived. The rooms where the card
tables were placed were filled with

wild flowers which made a pretty
background. There were three tables,
the game of the afternoon being pivot

auction, which proved jnost interest

ing and entertaining. The' highest
scores made at the three tables were
held by Mrs. Norton Davis, Miss Alice

Bullock and Miss Mary Burford, each
Wino' nresented with an V attractive

powder puff.
Mrs. Clark, assisted by her daugh

ter little Miss Frances Clark, and her
mother, Mrs. Frank Harris, served
dainty refreshments consisting of
chicken salad, hot biscuit, olives, cof

fee and sp:ced peaches

that institution from 1903 to 1908,
when he moved to Georgia. Mr. Bat

tle says he has finally come back to

Florida to-live and expects to make

Ocala his home. He and his wife
have rented apartments at the R. T.

Weaver home

Mr. Battle extends the public pn

invitation to visit the Ocala office and
make any use desired of the facilities

offered by Battle & Company,



if it was all right and if he was mad.

Hodges said yes, and Mr. Jeffcoat

took him to his car to talk to him. In T -T

the conversation Jeffcoat tola iioages

that he had done all he could for him

and that he had talked to other law lawyers
yers lawyers about the case and that nothing
could be done. Mr. Hodges told Jeff

coat that he knew he had not done

all that and then Jeffcoat called him
a damn liar. Jeffcoat says that

Hodges caught him and began hitting
. mwm m m ll VI v mm

him. mat oeiore ine iirsu .iu

two he remembered seeing somethin;

All you fellows who think you can
shoot a gun or cast a minnow, tie a

string around your finger right now
so you will remember to come to the
Board of Trade room tonight to the
meeting of the Marion County Fish

and Gam1 Protective Association. .It

k to vour interest to see that the

game laws are enforced. Come, lend

a hand in seeing that they are. You

other fellows who dont shoot or fish

but who have an interest in your
pnnntr'e vplfare mieht also be on

hand and help make the county fa

mous for its good fishing and hunting

In a few years there will not be any

of Louis Tellier, Massachusetts open members and it is your honored priv priv-golf
golf priv-golf champion, was found today ilege and your duty to line up with
hanging by a small rope in the shelter the men who threw personal advant advant-of
of advant-of the links of the Braeburn Country age aside and rushed to the colors
Club. A medical examiner and the when' their country and the world

police said it was suicide. jwas in danger of extermination by

the war lords of Europe. Today, au

AIRPLANES ARE RACING over the United States are hospitals

Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion held its regular
monthly meeting last night in the

armory. Arrangements were maae
for an observance of Armistice Day
by the members of the post and for a
membership drive to begin Dec 15th.
An oyster roast or a supper will be a
feature of the membership drive. On
Armistice Day the members of the
post will assemble on the public
square at 11:30 o'clock. The members
will form in ranks and at 12 o'clock
will be called to attention to stand

' during the two minutes to be observed

throughout the nation as requested
by President Harding as a tribute to
the unknown soldier whose burial

takes place in the Arlington National

Cemetery on that day. During the
two minutes the members of the
post are at attention "taps" will be

blown. The two minutes will be fol followed
lowed followed by an appropriate address of
five minutes by Chaplain John J.
Neighbour of the legion post.

TODAY AT OMAHA and sanitariums filled with boys who

were disabled and wounded in the


f Associated Press) 1 world war and our worK win never

... i i

that he thought was a pair oi khucks .Jiwi finished until evenr one of these

in Hodges' hand but that soon he was -na, mv. " R to

hit in the eye and blinded so he could Iconditions prevauea xor xoaay s- "rid where he

i nnn nnniiHi ruin liuuiit a a- vi m

not see. .. .. a I Ko k1a in unnort himself and his

TT,W testimonv was practically heavier man air era.. :

-" &.... .. r m i tt n u fnivr1 r iiiiirii ti ...

T. .- tn of more than liu mues an nour, scucu-1

ine same as cuwai a, twv

the detail of the cussing done. He

claims that Jeffcoat called him some

thing considerably stronger than a
damn liar and that he resented the

reflection on his family and started
hitting Jeffcoat. He thought of the

crippled condition of Jeffcoat and did
rot fight him with hisfists but tried

tc disfigure his face with more of a
woman's methods of gouging at his
sure his eves and his nose. His tes-

I !, A. A Jm,

uled to start this afternoon. The great aeai ana wu c-u-u w

planes are expected to lap the 30-mile more but these boys need the person person-course
course person-course five times. The winner last al touch that government agencies
vp9r at Mitchell Field. Captain C. C. can never give but which the women

nf ,i -.,l 178 miles an hour, of the country can give. Many, many

boys feel that the country has forgot forgotten,
ten, forgotten, that we are going on in our old,
careless, indifferent way. This is not
so and we must show them it is not

The work for us to do is just as

three small daughters and one son important today as it was when
were burned to death this morning Flanders fields were red. Yes, it if

store I even more important ior mere win ov

l Associated Press)

. m

Toledo. Ohio. Nov. 3. A mother, so.

nkTrr- fViof Via riVf1 nil a

- ... nrVin PC"m VP1 the -TOIL

fresh spot for each diow so as to.-- "". r i. fl, d rbrr to this work but

make a good job of it. Mr. Hodges and apartment ox insistent helnmg hand

Mrs Greenbunr and! here and there until the last service

The father and four! man has been restored to health or

largest organization of its kind in the
world. Right now in Kansas City, the
Woman's Auxiliary is forming itself
into a self-governing national organi organization.
zation. organization. If you are' eligible to become a
member of the Woman's Auxiliary of
the American Legion, it is an honor
and a privilege which your loved ones
have bestowed upon you and chich
cannot be purchased my money or in influence.
fluence. influence. It is yours and yours only

and duty calals you to join with the

The government is -doing a other mothers, wives, sisters and

daughters of the men who served m
the world war who compose a sister sisterhood
hood sisterhood which is strong from their com common
mon common experience of two years of war
Let's put Marion county and Ocala
at the head of the department of
Florida by having every eligible wom woman
an woman in the county a member of the
"Carry on! Carry on!
Fight the good fight and true;
Believe in your mission, greet life

with a cheer;

ana aparxmem u J' belninl- jd There's big work to do and that's why

4nd Mr. Jeffcoat came.near having a ; Indiana avenue ana -- - -

row in the court room when they dif- The dead are

her children.

l 1 3 4 4-V a4"f.

in030 Y-fiO piajeuuuniiB . -! in cr i Hone

noon .ere Mrs. Frank Harris Mrs
Norton Davis, Mn 5 A M. Wit hers, ? Dont forget the meeting to.
Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mrs. Edmund Mar- the ta J
tin. M:3. Cities Lloyd of Jackson-

ville, Mrs. H. C. Nichols, Miss Stella ; P1 .-u- xv.
- r a .1

THAMBRAYS. 10 yards to cus-

f .red as to me details oi m - answered the last call.
JnHo-A FutrH bound Hodges over to other children sleeping iu "" j

tvl JnTinn nf the rand Jury room escaped but the flames frustrat- ine growxn oi wi w
await the action of the grand jury .-jlwn m.rt One vear aeo there

ed attempts to rescue iu. uiw.n

smaller children, um" 01 ine

ing with posts scattered mrougnout

and required a bond of $500.

Camp, Miss Mary Burford, Miss Alice

Bullock and Miss Mabel Meffert.
This is a Studebaker year.

tomer, 60c. on f-sale
Monday. FISHEL'S.



CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to
tomer, 60c. on sale Saturday
Monday. FISHEL'S.

cus cus-and
and cus-and 8t

Victor Records on sale today at the

OVERALLS 75c. on SALE Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t

OVERALLS 75c. on SALE Satur-lthe country, but there was no central
day and Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t organization or any organized de-

Men's Felt HATS on sale iJifo atipartmenis in me -.-.-

the Woman's Auxiliary is organizea

I .

Cranford Standley's home made I by departments m ot swttes, u

candies fresh daily. Quality Fruit number 4000 and uts membership is
Store, next to Masters- 29-tf approximately 150)00. It is the

you are here.

Carry on! Carry on!
Let the world be better for you;
And at the last when you die, let thij
be your cry:
Carry on, my. soul! Carry on!" -GENERAL

There will be a general service of

ship included 11,927 women. Today all the prayer circles at Grace church
..... . : -V -'rtlvL-

John J. Neighbour, Rector.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.


Ocala Evening Star
,1oblIbd Every Dar Exret Sudsy by

R. R. Carroll, Prealdeat
V. Lcaveasood, Sertarjr-Treaarer
J. H. Brajamia, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla postofflce as
econd-class matter.

fl aaiaeio Of Are .Flve-Oae
il,dltarial Department ...... Twa-Sevea
Society Reporter ......... .Five-One

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Legal advertisements at legal rates.

The Lakeland Telegram is ten years
old, and there isnt' a finer-looking

youngster of its age in the county.
" ' i i. a t

The remains of good old Uncle

Newton Blitch were laid in their last

resting place at Starke Tuesday.

St. Petersburg's recreation pier,

partly wrecked by the storm, will be

repaired by Christmas, the Independ

ent says. '

The clerk in the state department
has sent out his usual Thanksgiving
proclamation and the president is

given credit for it.

The walkout of Indiana coal min miners,
ers, miners, in consequeence of Judge Ander

son's injunction, is about what might

have been expected.

v j ne urianao &enunei nas a new
press and is now printing a unpen
bJSl?er, better-looking paper. The

Sentinel is growing like a young bay


Senator Reed is working for the

soldier's bonus. This is the first time
in not less than -five years that Mr.
Reed has been on the right side of a

public question.

r County commissioners meet next

week. We hope they will accept the

offer of the state road department. It
will be to the interest of the county

for them to do so.

Tom Watson's latest gas attack, his

charge that American soldiers in
France were hung without trial, will

prove as unfounded as most of his
other vitriolic romances.

. At 12 o'clock noon on Armistice
day, Nov. 11, stop for, two minutes

and think earnestly and reverently of

the yrelf are of your country, for which

so many brave men have laid down

.their lives.

Dispatches Wednesday said the
Clyde Steamship Line would put on a
daily service to New York from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and that a daily steamboat
service on the St. Johns river between
Jacksonville and Sanford would begin
Nov. 15. Ocala is asleep to one of

her best interests or her business men

would establish a boat line to connect
with the St. Johns river boats at Pa-


vi' set DOKTf orr her



latka, or, better still, at Welaka Welaka-Freight
Freight Welaka-Freight boats running between Silver
Springs and Welaka would save
greatly in time and fuel over a run
to Palatka. Thirty-five years ago,
Welaka was doing a considerable
steamboat business, and there is no
reason why it shouldn't be revived.

The other day at the capitol build building
ing building in Washington the ceiling in the
"president's room" fell and narrowly
missed several senators. The Senate
better look out. Maybe that's a
sign. Pensacola News.
Part of the ceiling in the dining
room of an Ocala hotel fell on us
about fifteen years ago. We thought
it was a sign the hotel was bankrupt
and subsequent events proved we
were right-

No use in that anti-lynch bill now
before Congress. There is law enough
against lynching now, and when peo people
ple people become wrought up enough to
take the law into their own hands
they disregard the law of the courts.
The bill before Congress at the most
can only make another set of rules
for them to disregard. When the
crimes that cause lynching cease,
lynching will cease.

It is the intention of the friends of
Mr. L. S. Light to name him to the
governor for the place on the railroad
commission made vacant by the death
of Mr. N. A. Blitch. Mr. Light is
well posted on all the public matters
that come within the scope of a rail railroad
road railroad commissioner's duties, and the
people of Marion county would be
well pleased to see him appointed to
the office.

Our Orange Springs correspondent
speaks of the lack of a good road thru
that section, which is one of the finest
hunting and fishing territories in the
state, beside its unsurpassed soil and
climate. A good road from Palatka
to Ocala thru Orange Springs is one
of the indispensable links in the state
highway system and it is certain to
be built in the near future.

The editor of the St. Petersburg
Independent is something of an icon iconoclast.
oclast. iconoclast. He writes: Hallowe'en
teaches your children to believe in
witches, spooks, fortune-telling and
all the rest of the silly and wicked
superstitions of human ignorance cen centuries
turies centuries ago. Why not use our influence
to abolish the evil and absurd cus custom?"
tom?" custom?"

Our Orange Springs correspondent
speaks of people leaving his neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood because the O. V. is tied up.
People will be unwise to leave that
excellent country unless they are as assured
sured assured of good business where they are
going. If it can be shown that the O.
V. railroad will pay expenses it will
resume operation in the near future.

Lawrence Goolsby, a young man of
Plant City, had a narrow escape the
other day. He, with two other men,
was on a job at a sawmill and Gools Goolsby
by Goolsby worked so fast the others couldnt
keep up with him. So they tried to
kill him, but failed. Their action was
like that of a good many other people
who don't work in sawmills.

The DeLand News says of the Ocala
football team: "Ocala is a game
bunch and DeLand will have a hard
time repeating next Saturday when
they journey to Ocala. However the
DeLand boys did not play as well as
they can Saturday so if they really
work should come back with the long
end of the score."

Says the St. Petersburg Times:
"From the cradle to the grave, man mankind
kind mankind continually benefits by service,
either given or received. The law of
averages and the law of compensation
hold level the balance between the giv giving
ing giving of service and the receiving of
profit in the form of others' service."

The Harlan Hotel at Lake Helen,
five miles southeast of DeLand, was
burned with a loss of $60,000 Tuesday.
The Harlan was built by H. A. De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, founder of the city of DeLand,
about thirty-five years ago. It has
ever since been one of Florida's most
pleasant homes for winter visitors.

Ocala Star thinks Ocala is immune
to hurricanes. Take a sledge ham hammer,
mer, hammer, Editor Benjamin, and pound on
an oak tree for good luck. Orlando
Ocala Star doesnt think hasnt
stid anything of the sort. Take a
maul and pound your own head.

Part of Fatty Arbuckle's defense is

said to be a statement that Miss
Rappe was incurably ill when she
died. Any murdered person is al

ways incurably ill when at the point
of death.

We daresay the people of Alicia,

Ark., believe today that bandits are
less dangerous than their bank offi

cials. Robbers tried to hold up the

Alicia bank, but one of the bank men

began to shoot. The robbers were
routed but one citizen was killed and
several hurt. If you are in a bank
when robbers raid it, lay down fiat
on the floor, and pull the floor over
you, if you can.

By the time those delegates to the
conference of the American Prison
Association finished the dinner pre prepared
pared prepared for them by Sim BI itch's Sun Sunday
day Sunday school scholars at Raiford, well
bet they were ready to vote that the
Florida penal system is as near per perfect
fect perfect as anything terrestrial can be.

We have just found out that' we
would have been well taken care of in
case of a railroad strike. Our old
friend, J. F. Parker, of the Cotton
Plant country, informs us that he in intended
tended intended to take us out to his home if
the strike struck. We are almost
sorry the strike was called off.

The St. Petersburg Times pays a
deserved tribute to the Western Union
for its good work during the storm.
The Western Union was Ocala's only
connection with the outside world for
a while during that atmospheric disturbance.

It might be said that Mr. Blanton
has done more than any other member
of Congress to make the Congress Congressional
ional Congressional Record popular reading mat matter.
ter. matter. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mr. Mondell was the press agent.

The House of Representatives by
a vote of 194 to 36 has adopted the
conference report on the federal aid
roads bill which carried an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of $75,000,000 for highway construction.

People of Miami have voted $400, $400,-000
000 $400,-000 to purchase and put back in ope operation
ration operation their defunct street car line,
and to extend their city docks. Miami's
growth is magical.


Belleview, Nov. 2. Mr. Sam Mil Mil-lican
lican Mil-lican left recently for California,
where he will be for some time work working
ing working at his trade as millwright.
We are glad to hear that Mr. Rex
Nichols is improving, as we heard last
week that he was very ill and had to
b. moved from Black Mountain, N. C,
to a hospital in Augusta, Ga.
Several houses have been visited by
burglars in the last two weeks, but
so far the burglars have not succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in getting away with anything.
Mr. Henry Smith had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune of having his Ford touring car
burn up last week, as he was on his
way home.
Mr. Harley Lucius and family mov moved
ed moved into the John Ashworth house last
Mrs. C. W. Crosby and daughter,
Clara Mae returned Wednesday from
an extended visit through Alabama
and the mountains of North Carolina,
where they had been for Mrs. Cros Crosby's
by's Crosby's health. We are glad to report
she is much improved.
We are glad to see our northern
friends returning to their winter
homes here again.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland of
Marlsboro, N. Y., returned Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dustin of York
Beach, Me., came Friday.
Rev. Gates and Rev. Buck, who
spent last winter with Rev. and Mrs.
Searles, have returned and have en engaged
gaged engaged rooms with Mr. Louis Weihe
for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cogswell of
Short Beach, Conn., and Mrs. George
Cogswell and Miss Lena Bottsford,
came Saturday.
Mrs.jJ. N. Shedd returned home
Saturday from Georgia, where she
was called during the illness and
death of her brother.
Rev. Anderson and his assistant are
holding evangelistic services in a tent
oil the shores of Lake Lilian near the
tourist camping ground.-
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Freer ; are the
proud parents of a baby girl, bonr
October 31st.
The Hallowe'en social given by the
B. Y. P. U. at the Lake View House
Monday night was much enjoyed by
those who attended and a neat, sum
was added to the treasury which will
go to pay the expenses on the Baptist
bf-lfry, which looks much better4 since
it was recently painted.
Rev. Searles wishes to announce
that he will preach an Armistice Day
sermon at the M. E. church next Sun Sunday
day Sunday and everyone is cordially invited
to attend and all .ex-service men who
will are asked to come in uniform.
He also intends to hold a 20-minute
service on Armistice Day, Friday,
Nov. 11, at twenty minutes of twelve,
while the body of the unknown soldier
is being buried in the Arlington cem cemetery.
etery. cemetery. All places of business will be
asked to close all day, but if not they
will be requested to close at 11:30 till
twelve in honor of the unknown hero
who gave his life in France.
Mr. I. I. Strong, who has been with
the Ocala Iron Works for some years,
has gone to Tidewater to work.
The Olivet B. Y. P. U. of Shady will

render a program at the Baptist
church next Sunday night. Sunday is
also our regular preaching Sunday
and Rev. Martin will be with us.


Lake Weir, Nov. 2. Hallowe'en is
over and with a sigh of relief the
wreckage is viewed with a pitying eye
for the parents of boys who think it
13 fun to break, down road signs, scat scatter
ter scatter small pieces of paper over lawns
and break up property that it will
take weeks to- repair. Shame on such
unlawful, disloyal spite towards your
own and neighboring villages.
The recent storm was a boon to the
lean cattle whose ribs were a remin reminder
der reminder that we had just passed through
an unusual drouth for the fall months
and in addition to the much needed
rain was the quantity of moss with
the small limbs of trees. The cattle
will always leave the finest grass on
a lawn and eat all of the moss within
reach first and it has been fully dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated that there is more nourish nourishment
ment nourishment in it than in the wild grasses
on the range. So it is an ill wind that
blows nobody good.
Mr. N. W. Harison has gathered his
crop of oranges and grapefruit from
his beautiful little grove on Hill Crest
near the Lake Weir station, and from
his home, grove, shiping 'through Mr.
Lee Lytle to the exchange in Ocala.
Mr. J. Carstens has also shipped thru
the exchange from his Lake Fay ten ten-acre
acre ten-acre grove and from his two small
groves on North Lake Weir, where
he has had a fine crop of early Parson
Brown oranges this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Armenio and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Mary were visiting their
many friends at Lake Weir station
the past few days. Mr. Armenio has
one of the show places on the highest
point overlooking Lake Weir of about
sixty acres in citrus fruit of every
variety known in the state, also every
other fruit, vegetable and plant grow growing
ing growing in the highest state of cultivation.
Quite a poultry farm of chickens and
turkeys, together with Jersey cows,
mules and horses are on the place, all
in fine condition, showing the care and
good treatment they have during the
whole year as Mr. Armenio believes
in cultivating the groves all through
the summer in their growing time.
Mr. B. Baer, the manager of the
Lake Weir Washed Sand Co., has just
returned from St. Petersburg, where
he took his wife and children to their
old home -place to enter them in the
city school. Mr. Baker says the situ situation
ation situation is bad enough all along the road
to St. Petersburg but could have been
worse, but by all indications Sr. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg will rise to the occasion with
a vim and build a better city and on
a firmer foundation than ever. Olds Olds-mar
mar Olds-mar was hit the hardest from the
storm but is also at work with every
shoulder to the wheel.

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.Conner, Nov. 1. The tacky party
given by the B. Y. P. U. at Dr.
Wingo's home Saturday evening was
p howling success. About a dozen
couples dressed for the occasion pro provided
vided provided fun and merriment for a good
crowd of spectators during the eve evening,
ning, evening, while a witch told fortunes to
suit her hearers. A pretty string of
beads was given to Mr. and Mrs. Cap Cap-ron
ron Cap-ron Smith for being the tackiest cou couple,
ple, couple, and a tin horn went to Drexel
Godwin and Lucian Manning for sec second
ond second prize. Mrs. W. H. Garret tson was
the witch. Refreshments were serv served.
ed. served. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Furr and
daughter Hazel, of Ocala, spent Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Heineman at Conner.
O. H. Rogers, wife and children and
a party of friends from Ocala enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed an outing in this vicinity Sunday.
They stopped at Grahamville, a pic picturesque
turesque picturesque spot on the Oklawaha river,
for dinner and 'visited friends in the
afternoon at Conner and also at
E. O. Powell went to Ocala Monday
on a business trip.
A. H. Wingo Jr., son of Dr. A. H.
Wingo, of Lynne, is at home for the
winter. Mr. Wingo is one of Geor Georgia's
gia's Georgia's professional baseball players.
Ke is accompanied by his friend, Mr.
George Reynolds of Waycross, Ga.
C. H. Weik of Ocala had as his
guests at his camp at Half Moon Lake
recently W. B. Wilkerson, R. W.
Michael and V. J. Armstrong, of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Weik comes out each
summer to his fishing camp at this
place and together with his friends
enjoys the good fishing in Marion
county's lakes.
N. A. Fort and wife, Tobe Fort and
wife, Dr. A. H. Wingo and wife rep represented
resented represented the Oklawaha Bridge Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church" at the fifth Sunday meet meeting
ing meeting at Electra, Harmony church, last
Lonnie Randall and Oliver Sewell
went to Salt Springs Friday.
C. H. Hogan went to Ocala Monday
on matters of business.

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Blind Samson.
It was perfect weather aloe the
San Francisco waterfront, and Ral Ralney
ney Ralney reacted to the brisk touch of the
trade-wind upon his cheek, the breeze
tempering the sun. bringing with It a
tang of the open sea and a hint of ori oriental
ental oriental spices from the wharves. The
dull thump of a heavy cane, upon the
timbered walk and the shuffle f un uncertain
certain uncertain feet warned him from blunder blundering
ing blundering into a man tapping his way along
the Embarcadero, a giant who halted
abruptly and faced him, leaning on the
heavy stick.
"Matey," asked the giant, "could you
nat n hltnri man in the wav of flndine
the sealin schooner Karluk?" J
The voice fitted Its owner, Ralney
thought a basso voice tempered to
the occasion, a deep-sea voice that
could bellow above the roar of a gale
if needed. For all his shoregoing
clothes and shuffle, the man was cer certainly
tainly certainly a sailor, or had been. He wore
dark glasses with side lenses, over
which heavy brows projected in shag shaggy
gy shaggy wisps of red hair.
Blind as the man proclaimed him himself
self himself with voice and action, Rainey
sensed something back of those col colored
ored colored glasses that seemed to be ap appraising
praising appraising him, almost as if the will of
the man was peering, or listening, fo
cused through those listless sockets.
"You're not fifty yards from the
Karluk," Ralney replied. "But you're
bound in the wrong direction. Let me
put you right. I'm going that way my myself."
self." myself." "That's kind of ye, matey," said the
other. "But I picked ye for that sort,
hearin' you whistlin as you came
swlsgin' along. Give me the touch of
yore arm, matey."
Rainey wonderingly sized up his con consort.
sort. consort. The stranger's bulk was enor enormous.
mous. enormous. Ralney was well over the aver average
age average himself, but he was only a strip stripling
ling stripling beside this hulk, this stranded
hulk, of manhood. And, for all the
spectacled eyes and shuffling feet,
there was a stamp of co-ordinated
strength about the giant that bespoke
the blind Samson. Given eyes, Rainey
could Imagine him agile as a panther,
strong as a bear.
'His weight was made up of thews
and sinews, spare and solid flesh with without
out without an ounce of waste, upon a mighty
skeleton. His face was heavy-bearded
in hair of flaming, curling red, from
high cheekbones down out of sight be below
low below the soft loose collar of his shirt.
About thirty, Ralney judged him.
Buffeted by time and weather, but in
the prime of his strength.
"Snow-blinded,, matey," said the
man. "North o' Point Barrow, a year
an more ago. Brought me up all
standln'. What are you? Steamer
man? Purser, maybe?"
"Newspaper man," answered Ralney.
"Waterfront detail. For the Times."
"You don't say so, matey? A writer,
Again Ralney felt the tug of that
something back of the dark leases
some speculation going on In th
man's mind concerning him. And h
felt the firm fingers contract ever s
slightly, sinking into the muscles oi
his forearm for a second with a hin
of how they could bruise and para
lyre at wilL A faint sense of revul revulsion
sion revulsion fought with his natural Incline
tlon to aid the handicapped mariner
and he shook it off.
"The Karluk sails tomorrow," h
. said. "I had a short talk with Captain
ftimrpg when she docked. Not mucr
of a yarn. She didn't have a good trip
you know."
"Why, I didn't know. But hold s
mlnnlt, win ye? You see. Simms ii
an old shipmate of mine. He don't
dseam I'm within a hundred miles o'
here. Aye, or a thousand." He gave
a deep-chested chuckle. "Now, then,
matey, look here."
' Rainey was anchored by the com
pelllng grip. They stood next to the
slip In which the sealer lay. Th
Karluk's decks were defeerted, though
there was smoke coming from the gal galley
ley galley stovepipe.
"Simms Is likely to be aboard,
went on the other. "Ye see, I know
his ways. An Tve come a long trie
to see him. Nigh missed him. Onlj
got in from Seattle this mornln. He
ain't expectin me, an it's in my mind
to surprise him. By way of a Joke
How's the deck? Clear?"
"No one In sight," said Ralney.
Tine. Do me a favor, matey, an'
pilot me down Into the cabin, if sc
be the skipper's there. If he ain't, 11)
wait for him. Tve got the right an"
ran the Karluk's cabin. I kno
evry inch of her. Youll see wher
we go aboard. Let's go."
r Rainey lad him down the gangwaj
to the deck ef the sealer, still clut
tared a alt with unatowed gear. Onct
th Hlad aaaa seemed to walk

with assurance, guiding himself with
touches here and there that showed
his familiarity with the vessel's rig.
He approached the cabin skylight, lift lifted
ed lifted it on the port side. Through It
came the murmur of voices. The
blind man nodded in satisfaction and
widened his grin with a warning
"hush-sh" to his guide.
"We'll fool m proper," he lipped
rather than uttered.
The companion doors were closed,
but they opened noiselessly. The
stairs were carpeted with corrugated
rubber that ni'iftlfd all sound. Two
men sat at the cabin table, leaning
forward, hands and forearms out outstretched,
stretched, outstretched, fingering something. One
Rainey recognized as the captain,
Simms a heavy, sqnare-built man,
gray-haired, clean-slniven, his flesh
tanned, yet somehow unhealthy, as If
the bronze was close to tarnishing.
The other was younger, tall, nerv nervously
ously nervously active, with dark eyes' and a
dark mustache and beard, the latter
trimmed to a vandyke. Between them
was a long, slim sack of leather, a
miner's poke; It was half full of
something that stuffed Its lower ex extremity
tremity extremity solid, without doubt the same
substance that glistened in the mouth
of the sack and the palms of the two
men gold coarse dust of gold!
Rainey felt himself thrust to one
side as the blind man straddled
across the bottom of the companion companion-way,
way, companion-way, towering In the cabin while he
thrust his stick with a thump on the
floor and thundered, in a bellow that
seemed to fill the place and come tum tumbling
bling tumbling back in deafening echo:
"Karluk 'ahoy!"
The face of Captain Simms paled,
the tan turned to a sickly gray, and
his jaw dropped. Rainey saw fear
come Into his eje.s. His companion
did not stir a muscle except for the
quick shift of his glance, but went on
sitting at the table, the gold in one
palm, the fingers of his other hand
resting on. the grains.
"Jim Lund!" gasped the captain
"That's me, you skulking sculpln!
Thought I was hear meat by this
didn't you, blast yore rotten soul to
h 1! But I'm back, Bill Simms." Back,
an this time you don't slip me!"
Jim Lund's face was purple-red
with rage, great veins standing put
upon it so swollen that it seemed they
must surely burst and discharge their
congested contents. He looked, Ral Ralney
ney Ralney thought, like a blind Berserker, re restrained
strained restrained only by his affliction.
"You left me blind pn the floe, Bill

Blmms !" he roared. "Blind, In a driv driv-in
in driv-in blizzard with the Ice breakin' up!
If I didn't have use for yore carcas9
Td twist yore head from yore scaly
body like I'd pull up a carrot."
Lund's fingers opened and closed
"I looked for you, Jim," pleaded the
captain, and to Rainey his words
! Villi -I! f
"What's That I Hit?" Asked Lund.
lacked conviction. "I didn't know you
were blind. I heard you shout Just
before the blizzard broke loose.
There's others present. Jim. I can ex explain
plain explain It to you when we're by our our-selves.
selves. our-selves. When you're a mite calmer,
Lund banged his stick down on the
table with a sniashng blow that made
the man with the vandyke heard, still
silent, keenly observant, draw back
his arm with a catlike swiftness that
ealy just evaded the stroke. Th


heavy wood landed fairly on the filled
half f the poke and caused some of
the gold to leap out of the mouth.
"What's that I hit?" asked Lund.
"Soft, like a rat." He lunged forward,
felt for the poke, and found it, lifted
it, I.efted it. his forehead puckered
with deep seams, discovered the open
end. poured out some of the colors on
one palm, and used that for a mortar,
grinding at the grains with his finger
for a pestle, still weighing the stuff
with a slight up-an-down movement of
his hand.
He nodded as he slipped the poke
into a side pocket, and the cabin grew
very silent. Lund's face was grimly
terrible." He stepped back across the
"So," he said, his deep voice muf muffled
fled muffled by some swift restraint, "yoa
found it. And yo're going back after

more?" His forehead was still creased j
with ye, eyes or no eyes, an m keep
tabs on ye. Bill Simms, by day and
night. You can lay to that, you
slimy-hearted swab!"
His voice had risen again. Rainey
saw the sweat standing out on the
captain's forehead as he answered:
"Of course you'll com. Jim nt
need for you to talk this way."
"No need to talk! By the eternal,
what Tve got to say's bin steamin in
me for fourteen months o' blackness,
an' It's comin out, now it's started!
Who's this man, who was talkin' with
ye when I come aboard?"
"That's Doctor Carlsen. He's to be
surgeon this trip, Jim," said Simms
deprecatingly, though he darted a look
at Ralney half suspicious, half resent resentful.
ful. resentful.
Ralney, on the hint, turned toward
the ladder quietly enough, but Lund
had nipped him by the biceps before
Rainey had taken a step.
"You'll stay right here," said Lund,
"while I tell you p.n' this Doc Carlsen
what kind of a man Simms is, with
hpoke full of gold and me with thej
ago. I won't spin out the yarn.
"I rescued an Aleut oft a bit of a
berg one time. There warn't much of
him left to rescue. Hands an feet an
nose was frozen so he lost 'em, but the
pore devil was grateful, an' he told
me something. Told about an Island
north of Bering strait, west of Kotze Kotze-bue
bue Kotze-bue sound, where there was gold on
the beach richer and thicker than It
ever lay at Nome. I makes for it, gits
close enough for my Aleut to recog recognize
nize recognize It It ain't an easy place to for forget
get forget for one who has eyes an then
we're blown south, an we git Into lea
an' trouble. The Aleut dies, an I
lose my ship. But I was close enough
to get the reckonln' of that Island.
"Finally I land at Seattle, broke. I
meet up with the man they call Hard Hard-luck
luck Hard-luck Simms. Also they called him
Honest Simms those days. I like him,
an I finally tell him about my island.
I put up the reckonln', an he suppliej
the Karluk, grub, an crew.
"Simms' luck is still ag'In him. The
Karluk gits Into ice, gits nipped an'
carried north, 'way north, with wind
an' current, frozen tight In a floe. It
looks like we've got to winter there.
Mind ye. I've given Honest Simms the
reckonln' of the Island. We go out
on the ice after bear an we kill a
Kadlak bear. Me I'll never stand for
the shootin' of another bear If I can
stop It.
"I've bin havin trouble with ray
eyes right along. I'm on the floe not
eighty yards from Simms. No, not
sixty! It was me killed the bear, an'
we're goln back to the schooner for a
sled. I stayed behind to bleed tb
brute. All of a sudden, like It alwayi
. hits you, snow-blindness gits me, an 1
shouts to Honest Simms.
"Along comes a Point Arrow blister
That's a gale that breeds an' burst
of a second out of nowhere. It gath gathers
ers gathers up all the loose snow an Ice crys crystals
tals crystals an drives 'em In a whirlwind
You lose yore direction even when you
got eyes. I'm left-in it by that bilge bilge-blooded
blooded bilge-blooded skunk, blind on the rock in,
breakin floe, while he scuds back to
the schooner with his men. That's
Honest Simms! Jim Lund's left be behind
hind behind but Honest Simms has the posi position
tion position of the island."
"I didn't hear you call out you wert
blind, Lund. The wind blew, your
words away. I didn't know but what
you were as right as the rest of us.
We found the schooner by sheer luck
before we perished. We looked foi
yotj but the floe was broken up. W
"Shut up!- bellowed Lund. "You
sailed inside" of twenty-four hours,
Honest Simms. The natives told me
so later, when I could understand talk
ag'ln. D'ye know what saved me?, Th
bear! I stumbled erer the carcass
when I was nigh spent. I ripped it ua
and clawed some of the warm guts,
an climbed inside the bloody body an'
stayed there till it gat cold an'
clamped down over me. Waltin for
you to come an' git me. Honest
"That bear was bed and board tf
me until the natives found It, an ms
in it, more dead than alive. Never
mind the rest. I get here the day be before
fore before you start back for more gold.
"An' Tm goln with you. But first
Tm goin to have a full an' fair ao
countin o what you got already". Tve
got this young chap with me, an hell
give me a hand to'ard a square deaL
Lund propelled Rainey forward a
few steps and then loosened his grip,
The captain of the Karluk appealed to
him directly.
"Mr. Lund Is unstrung." said th
. Men's Felt HATS on sale $28 at
! Salt n illet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

captain. "He la unaer the aelusloa
that we deliberately deserted him and,
later, found the gold he speaks of.
The first charge is nonsense. We did
all that was possible la the frightful
weather. We barely saved the ship.
"As for the gold, we touched on the
lelaad. and we did some preepeetlaa
u vrr t.iUe. before we were drives
v.T.sf.ire. The dust in the poke is all
wt h ecu red. We are going back fer
more, quite naturally. I can prove all
this to you by the log."
Lund had been standing with his
great head thrust forward as if con concentrating
centrating concentrating all his remalnlag senses in
an attempt to judge the captain's talk.

The doctor sat with one leg crossed,
smoking a cigarette, his expression
sardonic, spalnxlike. To Ralney, a
little bewildered at being dragged Into
the affair, and annoyed at it. Captain!
Simms words rang true enough. He J
did not know what te say, whether to j
speak at alL Lund supplied the gap. j
"If that ain't the truth, you lie well,
Shams." he said. "But I doa't trust
ye. You lie when you say you didn't
hear me call out I was blind. Sixty
yards away, I was, an' the wind hadn't
started. You deserted me left me
blind, tucked in the bloody, freezln'
carcass of a bear. Left me like the
ear you are. Why, you
The rising frenzy ef Lund's voice
was suddenly broken by the clear note
of a girl's voice. One ef twe doors la
the after-end ef the main cabin had
opened, and she stood in the gap,
slim, yellow-halrtd, with gray eyes
that blazed as they looked on the little
"Who says my father ia a cur?" she
demanded. "You?" And she faced
Lund with such Intrepid challenge in
her voice, such stinging contempt, that
the giant was siltneed.
"I was dressing," she said, "or I
would have come out before. If you
say my father deserted you, you lie!"
Captain Simms turned to her. Doc Doctor
tor Doctor Oarisen had risen and moved
toward her. Ralney wished he was
on the dock.
"Go into yaar cabin, Peggy," said
the captain. "This is no place for
you. I can handle the matter. Lund
has cause for excitement ; 'but I can
satisfy him."
Lund stood frozen, like a pointer en
scent, all his faculties united in at attention
tention attention toward the glrL The doctor
cro.ed and spoke te her in a low
Lund spoke, and his voice was sud suddenly
denly suddenly mild.
"I didn't know there was a lady
present, miss,' he said. "Yore father's
right. You let us settle this. We'll
come to an agreement."
But, for all his swift change to
placability, there was a sinister under undertone
tone undertone to his voice that the girl seemed
to recognize. She hesitated until her
father led her back Into the cabin.
"You two'll ait down?' said the doc doctor,
tor, doctor, speaking aloud for the first time.
his voice amiable, carefully neutraL
"And we'll have a drop of something.
Air. Luud, I can understand your at attitude.
titude. attitude. You've suffered a great deal.
But you have misunderstood Captain
Simms. I have heard about this from
him, before, ne has no desire to cheat
you. He Is rejoiced to see you allvet
though s dieted. He Is still Honest
Simms, Mr. Lund.
"I haven't your name, sir," he went
on pleasantly, to Ralney. "The cap captain
tain captain said you were a newspaper
"John Ralney,' of the Times. I knew
nothing of this before I came aboard.'
"And roa will understand, of
course, what Mr. Lund overlooked in
his natural agitation, that this Is not
a story for your paper.. We should
have a fleet tralline us. We must
ask year caaadence, Mr. Ralney."
There was a strong personality in
the doctor. Ralney realized. He did
net like the man from first appear appearances.
ances. appearances. He was too aloef, too sardonic
In his attitudes. But his manner was
friendly enough, his voice compelling
In its suggestion that Rainey was
man te be trusted. Captain Simms
came back iato the caNa, deelng the
door of his daughter's room.
"We are going to have a little drink
together," said the doctor. "I hare
some Scotch In my cabin. If you'll
excuse ne far a moment? Captain,
will yeu get some glasses, and a chair
for Mr. Lund?"
The doctor came back with a bottle
of Scotch whisky and a siphon. -The
rnntaln had sat out classes and a
pitcher of plain water from a rack.
"I imagine youll be the only one
whom take seltzer. Mr. Ralney. said
the doctor pleasantly, passing the hot
tie- "Captain Simms, I know, uses
plain water. I suppose Mr. Lund does
the same. And I prefer a still drink.
Rainey took a long pull at his ga-f
The rabln was hot, and he was thirsty,
The seltzer tasted a little flat or the
whisky was of an unusual brand, he
fancied. And then Inertia suddenly
.elzed him. He lost the use of his
limbs, of his tongue, when he tried to
call out. He saw the doctor's sardonic
eyes watching him as ; he strove to
shake off a lethargy that swiftly
merged Into dizziness.
Dimly he heard the scrape of the
captain's chair being pushed back.
1 From far off he heard Lund's big
voce booming. "Here,- what's this
and the doctor's cutting in, low and
eager; then he collapsed, his head
fallinr forward on his outstretched
(To Be Concluded Tomorrow)
Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug is tore
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. St

-imca I can now give you the
'methods, assurinz you

methods, assuring
most careful
thoro service.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight SSoccialis
Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. St
Oar SEEDS Like
Are Always Fresh end
Phone 435. Opposite
$100 CASH
And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finished and fj
painted inside and out. B
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large garage. See
I have decided to put on the market
my land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2H or five-acre lot3,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or selL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Hall of Block 37. Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately- behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on trms.
Monthly pains,
neuralgic, sciatic
n n rl rheumatic
pains, headache, 'backache and
all other aches are quickly re relieved
lieved relieved by
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
Contain no dangerous habit habit-forming
forming habit-forming drugs. Why don't you
try them?
Ask your druggist
Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figure! pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonvffle-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 .m
2:55 am NTfork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 urn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am JksonviUe-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Fetsbrg-JUUceiana am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7r10am Dnnnellon-'Wilcox
7:25 am Dunelion-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa luwpm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c., on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 8t



" f

Fraternal Orders




Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

M.. meets on the first and third j

Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Regular 'conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adam3, Secretary.


Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

Mr. L. Borland has returned

from a visit to Jacksonville.

Men's Felt HATS on sale f 2.98 at


Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Mrs. S. L. Crosby has returned

home after a pleasant vacation spent

in Baxley, Ga.

Victor Records on sale today at the


Test our delivery service when you

w ant FRESH meat. Just call phone

108. Main Street Market. tf

pany undertaking parlors and possib possibly
ly possibly placed it over some other estab establishment's
lishment's establishment's doorway, but up to this

time it has not been located. Mr. G.

B. Overton, who has charge of this

department, offers to buy lemonade

at the Green drug store for those who
carried away the sign if they will
report its whereabouts so that he
may recover it. v

garden hose not his socks. The boys

nd as to bring back his hose. His

carried off about sixty feet of hose

from his premises Monday night and

unless they bring it back it will make
a deep dent in his gold reserve to re replace
place replace it.

We have celery, lettuce tomatoes,
heans, peppers, eggplant, sweet pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, onions, cucumbers, cranberries,
apples, guavas, grapefruit, oranges,

tangerines, lemons, limes, grapes, new

crop of raisins and nuts. Free deliv

ery. Phone 596. Ft. King Confection
ery. 3-3t


Mrs. G. C. McMullen, after spend

ing the summer with her mother in

Lakeland, has returned to Ocala.

Tulula Lodge No. 22,. I. O.J). F

meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 Federal Bakery

'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the

'third Rtorv of the Gary block. A CHILDREN'S

Pound cakes and layer cakes at the


Mr. D. W. Tompkins says he wishes

the Hallowe'en revelers would be so



FOR RENT Four nicely furnished
rooms with private bath; private

entrance; $25 month. C. C. Bryant
805 Tuscawilla St. 3-3t

STOCKINGS 15c. I LOSTA dark brindle dog pup Tues

warm welcome always extended to I per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon

visitintr brothers. I day at FISHEL'S. St

F. W. Ditto, N. G.

Frank G. Churchill. Secretary. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Connor have

I taken aDartments with Mrs. H. C.

Have you been getting any of the Jones. where thev are comfortablv

UUTlxsii we have Deen semng at'AOC located.

a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
Phone 143

IF' you have an old pair of shoes that

you thinkyou cannot use,

And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly erive US one trial well fix

them up in style

And you can have them for the next

; Rainy Day.

For your Soles Sake

Phone Us.

Oar work is Walk About

Others' work Is Talk


36 in. PERCALES 14c. per yard on :

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market. tf

The friends of Mrs. Mary Akins

will be sorry to hear of her illness,

and hope that she will soon be well


day night on Magnolia street; bob

tail, cropped e'ars. Any one return

ing same to G. W. Wimberly, North
Pine street, will receive reasonable

reward. 2-6t

WANTED Position in office. Can

use typewriter and take shorthand,

, Can also assist in bookkeeping. Ac

curate with figures. Can furnish

good references. Reasonable salary

required. Address P. O. Box 88,

Ocala, Fla. 2-6t

FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment

Phone 389 or apply to S. S. Savage

Sr., 746 Wyomena St., Ocala. 2-6t

Coffee and cinnamon rolls fresh ev

ery day at the Federal Bakery. l-6t


per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon- j

day at FISHEL'S. 3t

This is a studebaker year.


Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Christianson and 1

f.imilv arrived from New York Sun-

day and have rented the lower apart-

ment of the Bell house on Adams j
street. Mr. Christiansen comes to
Ocala in the interest of the owners
cf the Oklawaha Valley railroad. J

Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and

Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t

New bed room, dining room, parlor

and kitchen FURNITURE of all

kinds. Will take your old in exchange

if you desire. Theus Brots. Phona
13. 10-12-tf

This is a Studebaker year. tf

Dr. C. L. Collins went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to meet

Mrs. Collins, who has been spending j

the past two weeks in Virginia. Dr.
and Mrs. Collins are expetced home

Sale of Suits Coats
Opened This Morning
Evry Suit or Coat in the
store that is marked
regularly from
$31.50 to $45.00


If you are not already using Fed Federal
eral Federal Bakery rolls now is the time to
bi-gin. None better. l-6t

Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c.
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t

OVERALLS 75c. on SALE Satur

day and Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t

Don't miss the book sale at THE

SPECIALTY SHOP.. See the display

in window next door- east. Get your

reprint fiction at half price. Sale
lasts one week only. The SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 2-3t


yards 85c., on SALE Saturday and

Monday.- FISHEL'S. 3t

Miss Pierpont of Atlanta, a regular

winter visitor in Ocala,' has arrived

and is now at the home of Mrs. J. W,


FOR SALE All aluminum, 3-well

fireless cooker, the Manson-Camp-bell
make; good as new. Complete
$15. Address M. L. Humphries,
301 East Fourth street. 2-3t

WANTED To rent a piano. Excellent

care guaranteed. Address, Mrs. B.
C. Cole, 746 Wyomena St., Ocala,
Fla. 2-6t

FOR SALE A Glenwood wood range

Almost new and a bargain. Apply

to Mrs. H. F. Watt. 2-6t

LOST Ladies' Waltham watch, clos

ed case, Roman figures, filigree on

both sides. Reward for return. Miss

Rena Smith at Style Hat Shop. 6t


The best is none too good for our

customers; that's why we make the

best bread and rolls to be had. We aim
to please. Federal Bakery, l-6t

Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.

I am running two woodsaws. John

Hatchell and Arthur Willoughby are

operating them. See them or phone Mr. C. H. Weik has come in from

368 and your wood will be cut on short j bis camp at Half Moon lake, and may

notice. I remain in Ocala all winter. -He ex

pects to fix his little camp up in the

most comfortable manner for next


36 in. PERCALES 14c. per yard on

sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.


Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.


Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Offi:e
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf
CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to cus customer,
tomer, customer, 60c. on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t

Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday ?1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t


November Victor Records

now at

36 in. PERCALES 14e. per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.

The friends of Mrs. B. D. Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn will be sorry to hear that she
has suffered a relapse and has been
taken. to the hospital, where it is
hoped she will soon recover.

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t

FOR SALE 1921 five passenger

Ford; self starter, splendid tires; a

real bargain. Murphy Mortor Com
pany. l-3t

LOST On Saturday morning, a pair
of eyeglasses with aluminum bows

and case." Return to Star office and

receive reward. 31-tf

WANTED A partner to open a tea
room in Ocala. Write R. T. care

the Star. 31-6t

Call phone 108 when you want groc

eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

36 in. PERCALES 14c. per yard on

sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Kindt,

yesterday, at their home, a son. This

is the second son in the family and)

he has been given the name of Earl

Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at

Chiropractic is no longer a -theory,
but a practical demonstrated fact.
You can be speedily restored to per perfect
fect perfect health by having the cause of

your ailment removed. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala, House. 22-tf
The ladies of circle No. 1 of the
Methodist church most cordially in invite
vite invite everyone to be present and to be

measured at the apron party Friday
night at the Methodist parsonage, at
8 o'clock. An elaborate musical pro program
gram program has been arranged and will ap appear
pear appear in tomorrow's paper. A penny
an inch for the building fund.

tOK SALE Uood milk cow giving

about ten quarts a day;, gentle and J

in excellent condition. C. A. Hol Hol-loway,
loway, Hol-loway, 715 Lime street, or phone
378. 31-6t
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 Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
need of any kind of hauling, .give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf

Ladies HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t
We can make you specially attrac attractive
tive attractive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf

Have you been getting any of the
'OUTING we have been selling at 15c.
a yard? FISHEL'S. t 3t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

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

The city council will receive bids
on November 15th, 1921. 7:30 o'clock

p. m., for sale of the lot on which the
city barn is located and described as

A lot in the city of Ocala. measur

ing approximately 580 feet east and
west, by 300 feet north and south,
bounded south by May street and east
by Sanchez street, extending west
from the west line of Sanchez street
to the extension of Watula street
about 580 feet, running north from
May street to the Taylor property,
about 300 feet. City reserving the
barn. H. C. Sistrunk,
10-31-tf City Clerk.
Our orangeade machine Is again on
tho job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oral
al oral ges. Court Pharmacy. 14-fit

Mrs. Frank Drake is expected home
today from Jacksonville, where she
has been under the care of Dr. Rogers.
Mrs. Drake is very much improved
and in a short time it is hoped she
will be entirely recovered.

BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c., on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t

November Victor Records

now at

This; is a Studebaker year. tf

While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.
Phone 443. 18-tf

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Commencing today, every volume
of "Reprint Fiction" will be sold for
50c. the copy. Sale lasts for one week
only. Also a great reduction in prices
of Juvenile Books. Come in and look
taem over. Every number a good one.
GERIG. 2-3t

FOR SALE Jersey cow with young
calf.. Can be seen at Mathews'
grist mill, 21 West Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Phone 368. D. N. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. 25-6t
FOR RENT Extra large and well
ventilated rooms, furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, hot and cold water in

bath. Largest and best rooms in
town for the money. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 25-tf

LOST One brown Jersey, smooth
crop, split and under bit, smooth
crop, split and upperbit; with bell,
halter and dragging piece of trace.
Reward if returned to E. Bomolini,
phone 322, North Ocala. 28-6t

Ocala was represented at the recent

meeting of wholesale grocers m Or Orlando
lando Orlando bv Mr. L. H. Pillans.

BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c., on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tf


Best meals in the city for 50 cents, i
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf j
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c. :
i yard? FISHEL'S. 3t I

This is a Studebaker year. tf

Some of -the young-Americans who

Shad such a fine time Hallowe'en took
'the sign from the MacKay & Com-

MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony

farms, Anxnony, ria. a-u i . n i. j
' j W. K. Lane, M. D- physician and

PAINTING For the better class of surgeon, specialist eye. ear. none and
interior painting and refinishing throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
furniture and pianos, phone 107. T. Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
D. Dillon. 29-fit :
; We have celery, lettuce tomatoes,

beans, peppers, eggplant, sweet pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, onions, cucumbers, cranberries,
apples, guavas, grapefruit, oranges,
tangerines, lemons, limes, grapes, new
crop of raisins and nuts. Free deliv-f
ery. Phone 596. Ft. King Confection Confectionery.
ery. Confectionery. 3-3t

Alterations Free

None Charged

"The Fashion Center"

Rco Repeaters ResuII from Rco Reliabilily
Wed mot f any ottie mve t m itor car ca:i show such an
high percentage of Repeat orders as Rea records reveal.
It is the usual not the exceptional thing ft r a buyer to gay
"This is my lourth Keo!"
Some have owned as many as eleven Ro motor cars in that
That's "Standardizing oti Reus" "with a vengence; and" it's
sound practice.
REO SIX TOURING CAR F. 0. B. Lcnsing, f'ich.
B. F. CONDON, Dealer

II" i l V;


We invite the public to take advantage of oar delivery
system when in need of Frest Heats.. Yen get roch-hottom
prices and free' delivery to any part of the city.
Note these prices:

Round Steak
Per pound ......
Loin Steak
Per oound
Porterhouse Steak
Per pound
Chuck Steak
Per pound
T Roast
Per pound
Brisket Stew
Per pound
Rib Stew
Per pound

Hank Stew 10,,,
Per pound Lt'jl
Veal Cutlets, per lb 33c
Veal Chops, per lb '..33c
Veal Roast, per lb 30c


24 c

Pork Chops
Per pound
Pork Stew
Per pound
Pork Steak
Per pound
Pork Hams
Per pound
Round Roast
Per pound
Loin Roast
Per pound
Pork Sausage
Per pound

Pork and Beef Sausage OA
Per pound jGVC
Liver, per lb 21c
Brains, per lb 23e
Soup Bones 10c. and 15c

25 c



In Crescent Grocery Store

Miss Alice Bullock expects to leave j msm
tomorrow for a month's stay in Newj
York.. Miss Bullock will join Miss
Mvra Birdsev in Savannah and from'

there they will make the trip on the
Savannah Line.

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