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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Friday; no change in temperature.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 51; this afternoon, 71.
VOL. 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1921
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Were Hanged Without
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Nashville, Nov. 4 "It is the most j
outrageous and untrue accusation that
could possibly be made, and abso absolutely
lutely absolutely without foundation," General
Pershing said here today, in refer reference
ence reference to' Senator Watson's charge that
American soldiers had been hanged in
France without trial.
SLIM EVIDENCE
Washington, Nov. 4. There was
another clash in the Senate today
over Senator Watson's charges that
American soldiers had been hanged
without trial in France. Mr. Watson
told the Senate his charges that 21
men were hanged was based on the
statement of a soldier who said he
had seen the gallows and been told
by the scaffold guard that number
had been hanged. The clash was be between
tween between Edge of New Jersey and Wat Watson.
son. Watson. Senator Edge opened with a
severe criticism of the Georgia sena senator
tor senator for attempting to place in the
Congressional Record yesterday a
photo of I'he gallows said to have
been used by the army in France.
GOING AFTER IT
The Senate committee favorably
reported the resolution authorizing' a
special committee to inquire into Sen Senator
ator Senator Watson's charges.
UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED
The New resolution ordering a spe special
cial special committee to investigate charges
committee to investigate the charges
of Senator Watson regarding treat treatment
ment treatment of privates in the American ex expeditionary
peditionary expeditionary forces was adopted unani unanimously
mously unanimously by the Senate today after two
hours wrangle.
THEY'LL HAVE TO TESTIFY
The Senate also adopted another
resolution authorizing the committee
to subpoena witnesses and documents
but left unsettled the question as to
the exact charges of' Watson which
were to be investigated.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council met in regular ses session
sion session Tuesday, Nov. 1. Meeting called
to order by President Mclver with all
members present. Minutes of last
regular meeting and adjourned meet meetings
ings meetings read and approved.
Excess on water bill of Mrs.. E. J.
Redding for quarter ending1 Dec. 31st,
1921, was ordered rebated.
Personal tax certificate issued
aaginst F. K. Powers was ordered
cancelled and chief of police allowed
credit for same.
A number of bills being approved
were ordered paid upon motion of
Mr. Simmons, all members voting yea
upon roll call.
City Attorney Hocker was request requested
ed requested to notify agent of the Employers
Liability policy No. E-044012 of the
accident that occurred at. the light
plant to B. H. Smith.
A special committee consisting of
Councilmen Simmons, Thomas and
Goldman was given power to act in
the matter of putting a fence around
the light and water plant.
Head of department of public serv service
ice service recommended that four-inch water
pipe be put in on Kay street from
Fort King to Oklawaha avenue. So
ordered.
Special committee given more time
to report on light and water rates
for large consumers.
Upon motion of Mr. Thomas Supt.
McKenzie was authorized to have
whistle made to indicate hours for be beginning
ginning beginning and stopping work for the
different departments of the city.
City attorney was authorized to se secure
cure secure necessary data preparatory for
an election to eliminate the Silver
Springs panhandle addition from the
city limits.
Council thereupon adjourned.
Smoke Don Rey; That good cigar.
Pound cakes and layer cakes at the
Federal Bakery. l-6t
CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to cus customer,
tomer, customer, 60c. on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. 'Just call jhone
103. Main Street Market. tf

Erected in 1883, It was for Many
Years One of Florida's Finest
Winter Resort Hotels

( Associated Press)
DeLand, Nov. 4. Several guests
were rescued with difficulty and others
lost all their personal effects when
the Putnam Inn was destroyed by fire
here today with a loss of $65,000 to
building and contents. All guests
escaped without injury. The flames
originated shortly before nine o'clock
in the furnace room and leaping up upward
ward upward through an elevator shaft the
three-storm frame structure was soon
ablaze on all floors when the fire ap apparatus
paratus apparatus arrived. One motor truck of
the Daytona department made the 22 22-mile
mile 22-mile run to DeLand but -arrived" too
late to assist.
V. H. Reed, an aged guest on the
second floor was bedridden, but fire firemen
men firemen rescued him. Hi3 nurse, Miss
Eva Huff, of Danville, Ind., was res rescued
cued rescued a few moments previously. The
Putnam Inn was erected in 1885 and
was a landmark of this section. The
management said $40,000 insurance
was carried.
PENNSY PASSENGER
LEFT THE RAILS
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 4 Eight per persons
sons persons were injured, but none seriously,
when a Pennsylvania passenger train,
from Columbus to Sandusky, was de derailed
railed derailed at Lewis Center near here this
morning. The engine left the rails
and one coach overturned.
CULI WAS CARELESS
Miami, Nov. 4. Ben Culi, deputy
sheriff of St. Lucie county, who was
accidentally shot when his pistol fell
from his pocket Sunday at Fort
Pierce, died in a hospital here late
yesterday.
APRON PARTY TONIGHT
AT METHODIST PARSONAGE
The ladies of circle No. 1 of the
Methodist Missionary .Society most
cordially invite you to the apron
party at the parsonage this evening
at 8 o'clock.
This neat little apron is given to you,
And this is what we want you to do.
The little pocket you plainly see,
For a special purpose is meant to be.
Now measure your waist inch by inch
See that the measure doesn't pinch,
For each inch you measure round,
In the pocket put a penny sound
The game is fair you will admit.
You "waist" the money, we pocket it.
While the money you so freely pay
For Circle No. 1 will put it away.
The following musical program will
be rendered during the evening:
Instrumental duet, "In the Palace,"
Misses Mabel Akins and Ruby Capple Capple-man.
man. Capple-man. Vocal solo, "In the Garden of My
Heart" (E. R. Ball) Mrs. Murphy.
Instrumental solo, Polonaise (Cho (Chopin)
pin) (Chopin) Mrs. Ware.
Selection, "In the Hush of the Twi Twilight,"
light," Twilight," High School Male Quartet.
Instrumental duet (mandolin and
piano) Misses Ruth Simmons and
Elizabeth Bennett.
Vocal solo, selected, Mrs. Winston.'
Instrumental solo, Rubenstine's
Romance, Mrs. Moremen.
Vocal solo, "Until" (W. Sanderson)
Mrs. Cooksey.
Instrumental solo, selected, Mabel
Akins.
Vocal solo, "Little Girl Blue" (Wil (William
liam (William Pontius) "Bobolink" (Bischoff)
Mrs. Futch.
Instrumental solo, "Impromptu"
(Reinhold) Mrs. Ware.
Vocal solo, "Waiting" (Millard)
"The Lass With the Delicate Air
(Old English) Mrs. Hampton.
Instrumental solo, "Spanish Dance"
(Henri Ravina) Mrs. Moremen.
Vocal solo, "Little Mother of Mine"
(H. Burleigh) Mrs. Murphy.
Instrumental solo, selected, Mabel
Akins.
Vocal solo, selected, Miss Bullock.
Instrumental duet, "Love's Sweet
Longing," Misses Mabel Akins and
Ruby Cap pieman.
Vocal solo, selected, Lester Lucas.
Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at
FISHEL'S. 3t
CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to cus customer,
tomer, customer, 60c. on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t

Weehawken, N. J, Water Front Of
The Erie Railroad Laid N
Waste

Associated Press)
Weehawken, N. J., Nov 4. The
Erie railroad's Weehawken piers and
water front yards were laid waste
early today by one of the most spec spectacular
tacular spectacular fires the metropolitan area
has witnessed in years. Five piers,
all heavily laden with freight, a five five-story
story five-story flour warehouse, thirty loaded
barges, thirty loaded freight cars,
and five loaded tank oil cars were de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Early estimates placed the
loss at from one million dollars up.
The fire was discovered shortly be before
fore before midnight and within an hour
had swept over nearly half a mile of
waterfront, illuminating the sky for
miles around.
SHE MADE HERSELF SCARCE
California Police Want Miss Blake to
Testify in the Arbuckle
Case
San Francisco, Nov. 4. The Cali-
fornia police today were requested to
find Alice Blake, one of the main wit witnesses
nesses witnesses for the state in the manslaugh manslaughter
ter manslaughter charge against Arbuckle due for
trial Nov. 14th. Miss Blake who
was among the guests at Arbuckle's
party in a local hotel here Labor Day
has disappeared.
SOUTH AMERICAN
CITY SHIVERS
Lima, Peru, Nov. 4. Four sharp
earthquake shocks were felt in this
city yesterday morning.
ARNOWS SLAYER ARRESTED
Gainesville, Nov. 4. Brown Bow Bow-yer,
yer, Bow-yer, the negro who murdered Depu Deputy
ty Deputy Sheriff Bob Arnow at Micanopy
several months ago was arrested in
Valdosta a few days ago and is now
in the Alachua county jail.
WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM
Mrs. L. N. Green will have charge
of the program at the Woman's Club
tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Green
plans to make this a citizenship day
meeting. The keynote of the program
will be good citizenship. In these
days of social and industrial unrest,
this is, indeed, a very fitting subject
and an afternoon devoted to this topic
should prove very valuable as well as
interesting.
After a short business meeting with
Mrs. J. Walter Hood, president of the
club, presiding, Mrs. Green will open
her program by all singing the "Star
Spangled Banner." Mr. L. N. Green
will then give an address on "Amer "American
ican "American Ideals of Citizenship" and fol following
lowing following Mr. Green, Miss Annie Pope
Eagleton will speak on "How One
Becomes Naturalized." Mrs. C. E.
Winston will sing a song appropriate
to the occasion.
"What America Means to Me," will
be the subject of a short talk by rep representatives
resentatives representatives of various countries who
have come to America and become
naturalized citizens and are now res residents
idents residents of Ocala. The following will
speak on this, each representing his
natice land: Mr. George MacKay,
Scotland; Mr. Edward Drake, Eng England;
land; England; Mr. John Metrie, Syria; Mr.
Luigi Toffaletti, Italy; Mrs. George
Woods, France.
The last feature of the program
will be a tableau of France, England
aiid Italy grouped around America
and while the pose is held the Amer American's
ican's American's creed wil lbe read.
The program will be brought to a
close by the audience singing Amer America.
ica. America. Refreshments will then be serv served
ed served by the hostesses of the day, Mrs.
E. M. Howard, Mrs. L. J. Knigh,t, Mrs.
Emily Green and Mrs.v F. G. B. Weihe.
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTICE
The executive board of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club is fisked to meet at the
club house Saturday afternoon at
2:30 p. m. sharp. There is a great
deal of business to be transacted at
this meeting and it will be necessary
for al lto be punctual in order to
finish. Minerva M. Murphy,
Recording Secretary.
Victor Records on sale today at the
BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t
Smoke Don Iley. That good cigar.

They Had Worn the Ancient Crown of
St. Stephen for Almost Four
Hundred Years

(Associated Press)
Budapest, Nov. 4. Former Em Emperor
peror Emperor Charles was dethroned and the
Hapsburg dynasty was outed from
Hungary by a bill adopted by the
Hungarian national assembly today.
HASN'T LOST HOPE
It is Lloyd Gecrjre's Intention If Pos Possible
sible Possible to Attend the Conference
To Limit Armaments
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 4. Prime Minister
Lloyd George still hopes it will be
possible to carry out before long .his
intention of going to Washington and
taking the leadership of the British j
delegation at the armament confer conference,
ence, conference, declared Austin Chamberlain,
government leader, in the house of
commons today.
DEATH OF A DESPERADO
Luther Wilson Killed Near Clermont
While Resisting Arrest
(Times-Union)
Eustis, Nov. 2. Luther Wilson,
white, 33 years of age, an escaped
convict and outlaw, was shot to death
while resisting arrest at a point some
fifteen miles south of Clermont yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening.
Acting upon information received
during the week to the effect that
Wilson was in that section, Sheriff
Cassiday sent out Deputies C. W.
Cooper and II. C. Cash to bring in the
escaped convict. Cooper and Cash
left their car on the main road and
walked .some five miles off of beaten
paths, through swamp and under underbrush
brush underbrush in the wild country known as
Green swamp. When they approach approached
ed approached Henry Walker's house they saw
Luther Wilson, in a Ford car, driving
in their direction.
They headed out into the rutted
roadway and with leveled guns called
upon Wilson to surrender. Instead,
he jammed on the brakes of his car,
reached for his gun beside him and
in a second had the gun raised to
shoot, but was a second too late. Two
loads of shot entered his face and
chest. He died intsantly.
The deputies brought the body on
to Tavares about 8 p. m. and a jury
was empanelled and viewed the body,
after which it was turned over to a
undertaker at Eustis.
Wilson leaves a wife and child. He
was a well educated man and carried
an honorable discharge from the U.
S. navy as an able seaman. He was
born in this section, as there is a
large family of Wilsons that have
lived for many years between here
and in Pasco and Lake and Orange
counties.
The crime for which Wilson was
sent to the state prison farm at Rai Rai-ford
ford Rai-ford occurred in Pasco county in
1919. He was alleged to have crim criminally
inally criminally assaulted a sister-in-law, black blackening
ening blackening 'his face to give the impression
that a negro had committed the
crime. The woman stated that she
recognized his voice. He was arrest arrested
ed arrested and placed in the Pasco county
jail, from which he escaped. He was
trailed through swanips but lost in
the wilderness. Later, Sheriff T. C.
Smyth and Deputy B. C. Wilcox took
up the trail in south Lake county, be believing
lieving believing he would return to his wife
and child.
In attempting to arrest him on
July 4, 1919, Wilson again proved
himself the desperado by resisting
arrest and killing Wilcox. Sheriff
Smyth barely" escaped his dangerous
and sure fire. Wilson again made a
getaway, but two months later was
in the Pasco county jail. The ques question
tion question is still debatable whether he gave
himself up or the authorities appre apprehended
hended apprehended him, for it was evident that
he desired to be tried on the lesser
crime. In Pasco county he was tried
for criminal assault, convicted and
given twenty years at the Raiford
prison farm.
After a short period the Lake
county authorities secured a writ and
he was brought to Lake county for
trial for the murder of. Deputy Wil Wilcox.
cox. Wilcox. He was found guilty and sent
to Raiford for life. This trial and
conviction occurred in November,
1919. He made his escape from Rai-J

nent Breeders from Many
Other States
Marion county Poland-China hogs
are again to the front, having captur captured
ed captured grand championships at the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Fair, Atlanta, Tri-State Fair
at Savannah and Georgia State Fair
at Macon. Mr. W. M. Gist of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, breeder of pure blooded Poland Poland-Chinas,
Chinas, Poland-Chinas, has won the following prizes:
At Southeastern Fair, in competition
with hogs from Pennsylvania, Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, Kentucky, Indiana and south southeastern
eastern southeastern states, champion and grand
champion sow, first on aged sow, sen senior
ior senior yearling and aged boar. At the
Tri-State Fair and Georgia State
Fair, champion and grand champion
sow and boar, first and second aged
sow and senior 60W, first on aged
bear, junior boar' pig, junior sow pig,
aged herd, young herd and breeder's
herd. Prizes of lesser degree were
also won by Mr. Gist.

DELEGATE FROM HOLLAND
WILL ARRIVE TODAY
Will Represent Interests of the Neth Netherlands
erlands Netherlands at the Armament Lim Limitation
itation Limitation Conference
New York, Nov. 4. H. A. K. Van Van-karnebeek,
karnebeek, Van-karnebeek, minister of foreign affairs
for Holland and permanent president
of the league of nations assembly,
who will head the Dutch delegation to
the Washington conference on arma arma-nirit
nirit arma-nirit limitation, was a passenger on
the steamship Rotterdam, due today.
STATESMAN STABBED
Japanese Premier Hara Lost His Life
At the Hands of An
Assassin
Tokio, Nov. '4. Premier Hara was
fatally stabbed in the breast today at
a railroad station in Tokio.
LENA CLARK WILL GO
ON TRIAL AT ORLANDO
Orlando, Nov. 4. The fall term of
circuit court opens Monday with the
case of Lena Clarks, former postmis postmistress
tress postmistress at West Palm' Beach, charged
with the murder of Fred Miltmdre, on
the docket Miss Clarke's case will
go to the grand jury immediately and
it is believed her trial will begin the
last of the week.
THEY WOULD ARRAY THE
WORLD AGAINST THEJI
Moscow, Nov. 4. The bolshevik
foreign minister has sent a note to
the entente nations and the United
States saying Russia will not feel her herself
self herself bound by decisions of the Wash Washington
ington Washington conference and holds herself
free to take any steps necessary to
prevent their enforcement.
STATE OFFICIALS SUBPOENAED
Tallahasasee, Nov. 4. Subpoenas
were served here yesterday on three
members of the state board of par pardons
dons pardons and L. B. Edwards, secretary to
Governor Hardee, to appear in 'Pensa 'Pensa-cola,
cola, 'Pensa-cola, Nov. 9, for the trial in federal
court of former Governor Sidney J.
Catts on a charge of peonage.
The members of the pardon board
summoned to testify for the govern government
ment government in the peonage charge case are
II. Clay Ciawford, secietwy of fewtle;
W. A. McRae, commissioner of agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, and Ernest Amos, state
comptroller.
ford some months later. It is said
that he was given a horse and a rifle
and placed as guard over other pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. It is evident that he had a
horse in his possession for the horse
was recently returned to Raiford by
Deputy Cash, who has been on Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's track for many months. For
more than a year Wilson has defied
the authorities. He roamed between
Lake, Osceola, Polk and Orange
counties, where the sheriffs of all
four counties have sought him in
vain.
Every precaution was taken at
Tavares last night to guard against
a raid to secure the body, guards be being
ing being stationed at all points leading to
the town Today all is juiet and it
is believed that there will be no fur further
ther further trouble.
Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.
Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at
FISHEL'S. St

lion Dollars to Help Enforce
The Prohibition Law

I Associated Pre?)
Washington, Nov. 4. Congress will
be asked for ten million dollars for
prohibition enforcement the next
! fiscal year, an increase of two and
one-half million over the current year
appropriation. Commissioner Hayes
said today.
APPLICATIONS APPROVED
Prohibition Commissioner Haynes
: approved today the first two applica applications
tions applications from brewers to manufacture
J and sell beer for medical purposes un-
cer the new treasury regulations.
SALES TAX REJECTED
The sales tax was rejected last
night by the Senate. The vote, 43
against to 45 for was on a proposal
by Senator Smoot, republican, Utah,
for a one per cent levy with exemp exemptions
tions exemptions provided in the case of salesby
farmers of the products of their
farms, sales by public utilities and
those by the United States or any
foreign government or any state or
territory, the army and navy and hos hospitals.
pitals. hospitals. The democrats voted solidly
against the sales tax and were joined
by seventeen republicans.
INDIANA UNION MINERS IDLE
No Formal Strike Order But Men
Won't Work
Terra Haute, Nov. 4. Every union
miner in Indiana was idle today ac according
cording according to the district president of the
United Mine Workers. For this season
he said no formal strike order would
be issued.
O. II. S. VS. DELAND
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 the
football teams of Ocala and DeLand
high schools will meet in a bitter
struggle for gridiron supremacy. De De-Land
Land De-Land took the game last week from
our boys by the. close score of 22 to
13. Their extra points came from the
remarkable kickingof one member of
their team. The Ocala boys say they
are going to keep DeLand so far
away from their goal tomorrow that
they can not make a field goal even if
they send the ball by airplane. There
is going to be a very large attendance
at this game. Come early, and get
;a good parking place for your lizzie
or your "number tens."
BLUE AND GOLD SOUTHBOUND
The streets of Ocala have been
flowing in blue and gold ever since
noon yesterday. An almost continu continuous
ous continuous stream of students from the Uni University
versity University of Florida have been passing
through headed south to Tampa for
the Florida-South Carolina game to
bt played there Saturday. Some of
the boys were in automobiles, some
were walking, some were beating
their way on the trains and some
were even riding or driving in Fords
in order to see Florida walk over the
Palmetto state team.
The team went to Tampa last night
on a special Pullman that was brought
to Ocala on the A. C. L. by No. 9 and
shifted to the Seaboarl tracks to be
picked up by the midnight train and
carried to Tampa. A special train
left Gainesville about 1 o'clock today
via the Seaboard to carry the school
rooters and band to Tampa.
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
them over. Every number a good one.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIGk 2-3t
36 in. PERCALES 14c. per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c, on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t
W. K. Lane, M. D-, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear. nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla, Adrtf



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OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921

OcaSa Evening Star

STAR PUBLISHING COMPAN V,
OCA LA. FLORIDA
n. It. Carroll, Prellmt
P. V. lairBKd, Seernar j -Treasurer
J. II, llenjamla, Editor

Entered at Oca la. Fla.
econd -class matter.

postoffiee as

the names of his informants lest ke
get them into trouble. We all know
that any ex-service man is safe in

Pai.n.bed Kery Day Eee hy telling anything that he knows is true.

There is nothing to persecute him,
the law would protect him and the
majority, of his fellow citizens would
stand by him.
It seems strange to the Star that
this hanging business has never been
heard of before. It has been almost
three years since the war ended two
years and two-thnrds since the sol soldiers
diers soldiers began returning in force. Men
had hardly reached- home before ex exposures
posures exposures of fiagrar.t evils began to be

hrard of. There was the case of
"HardboHed Smith" and his Paris
prison, in which private soldiers were
ill treated. This was proven on Smith
avJ he was punished. And there were
other matters, too numerous to men mention,
tion, mention, that were well aired.
, Of course., we all jsoon found out
that an immense amount of hard hardship
ship hardship and privation had baen conceal concealed
ed concealed from us 'while the war vas raging,
and we need no Watson to remind us
o fthe wastefulness, extravagance and

TEI,KPHOVEt
Bolnrt office : '. .Flve-Oae
ICditorlitl t)r(i;-iiiral Two-Stifn
So-let" Sleporlt-r -- . Fl ve-Oue

, The isscH-iHt! Ires Is exclusively
entitled for ihr it-t- for republication of
all news 1; -s p t credited to it or
not thervvjs.- rre!itfd in this paper and
also the local, news published hcretr..
All rixhtf- vt republication of special
dispatch..'? herein are also reserved.

DISTRICT ATTORNEY GODER

His Marion county friends will be
interested in the following sketch
from the Lakeland Telegram of Wm.
E. Gober, the new district attorney
for Southern Florida:

REDDICK

Redd'ck, Nov. 3. Amors the busi

ness callers in our burg this w;ek i

1 was Rev. W. F. Creson of Ocala, Mr.
Webb of Lowell, Mr. J. II. Wall of
! Mcintosh and Mr. Elton Stanaland of

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

I

Late Saturday afternoon the news i Ocala.

came from Washington over the wires
of the Associated Press that Presi President
dent President Harding had nominated Judge

Wm. M. Gober of Lakeland to the 'took place in Tampa a few months!

i

Mr. and Mrs. Mvron Rou, who

have been attending school in Jack

sonville since their marriaee which! I

Merchants Elcck
"Cherry Bell

Phene 16.: Ocala, Florid
Try It it is a hard wheat tlour
as good as any and less in price

uowft! i 111 nin i It ITES
One year, it .-advance ,16.60
fc'ix month.-, in advance 3.00
Three i.KnH.! in advance 1.&0
One month. ;i' advance .60

ti VKTIiti HATES
Dloplnyt I'late IS cents per Incn tot

onsecati.e insertions. .Alternate inaer
tions 2h per cent additional Compn?!
tion charges on ads. that run less than

ix times 10 cents per inch. Special corruption that has not ended yet.
position 2j per cent additional. Rates j .
based on four-inch minimum. Iss than i But it IS very suspicious that the
four Inches will take a hieher rate, n v v i
which .Mii be famished upon applica-i worst true of a" has not beel
. heard of until Tom Watson told about
Hemline oilcH! Five cents per line ;...,
for nrt insertion: three cents per line all the more so from the well well-for
for well-for each subsequent Insertion. Oneji-,, t u4.

Watson has said

change a week allowed on readers with

out extra composition charges.
ira? advert (v.ementi at legal rates.

during the last

thirty years has been prpven to be

t untrue.

WATSON MUST BRING j Let Watson bring on his witnesses.
ON HIS W ITNESSES ( The coun:iy wants to know who they
" : nre and what they have to say.
It may be. a goo'd thing that Tom' "'

4Vatson has made charges that Amer American
ican American soldi?rs have been hung without
tr;al in France. Ever since the war
ended, 'there has been a lot of talk
about brutality of American officers.

'HUSH-HUSH BOYS'

The St. Petersburg Times says:
"Two newspapermen once came to St.
Petersburg from an Ohio city and

That some of them were brutal was they brought with them a term which
undoubtedly the faefc. There were tens j they and others of their profession
of thousands of them, and even in had invented for a crowd of folks in
civil life there are bound to be some t emi-public favor in their home city,
brutes among a thousand men. Also To these folks the newspapermen had
there is some of the brute is every j applied the name: 'Hush-Hush" Boys.'
man, and fn strenuous times and .These men were the kind who desired
places incomes near the surface, even ; that nothing should be printed in the
if it doesn't crop out. This is true of newspapers except that which tickled
private soldiers and common soldiers, ; their own small souls. These 'Hash 'Hash-as
as 'Hash-as well as of officers. One thing that Hush Boys,' the newspapermen said,
made army and navy life much worse j would go to all extremes to prevent
for our soldiers and sailors than publication of anything of real news

those of other nations was the lack of value, if it did not favor their own

restraint in civil life. Most of our
young1 men, when they enlisted, had

been used all their lives to

particular likes and dislikes, and were
best pleased when the journals in this

doing Ohio city were filled with platitudes

much as tley pleased. The discipline ard fulsome praise of the pet pro proof
of proof their homes, their schools, even!jects of the men to whom the title
the authority of the law, had lain was given. And sometimes it ap ap-very
very ap-very lightly upon them. So when pars that this Ohio city has no mo mo-they
they mo-they felt the iron discipline of the j monoply vpon the men of this type."
service, it seemed doubly grievous to
the most reasonable, and bore down j The American Legion, at its meet meet-on
on meet-on some with ten and even a hundred- mg at Kansas City, passed a resolu resolu-fold
fold resolu-fold weight. To u young soldier or : tion protesting against the proposed
sailor, an officer who was only trying '. liberation of Debs. It is alleged that
. to do his duty seemed a tyrant. And j if Debs is not set free he will soon
to an inexperienced young officer, ujdie. The Star does not believe he can
flustered, irritated boy often seemed j be liberated without doing an injus injus-insubordinate.
insubordinate. injus-insubordinate. So there was much ill j tice to the relatives and friends of
nature that couldn't be helped on both j the men who died in France.

post of district attorney for the dis district
trict district of Southern Florida. The de department
partment department of justice had sent the pa papers
pers papers over tc the White House earlier
in the week but President Harding

was away on his southern trip so no
action could be taken until his return.
He was evidently prompt in handling
the nomination which now goes to the
Senate for confirmation.
Judge Gober will succeed Mr. Her Herbert
bert Herbert S. Phillips of Tampa, and will
assume office as soon as the commis commission
sion commission has been issued, which will be in
a week or ten days. The next term
of court will be held in Key West be beginning
ginning beginning a week from today. It is not
known whether the commission will
be issued in time for Attorney Gober
to appear in his new capacity at this
term. However, he will certainly ap appear
pear appear at the term which opens in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville in December.
The new district attorney was bom
in Commerce, Ga., in 1875, and
taught school in his early days. Later
'he went to work for the Bell Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Company at Asheville and be became
came became chief inspector. He came to
Florida in 1905, and held a position
with the Dunnellon Phosphate Com Company
pany Company at Dunnellon. While here, he
took up the study of law, Spending his
evenings over Blackstone and other
authorities. His efforts were reward rewarded,
ed, rewarded, when in 1910, he was admitted to
the Florida bar. He opened his office
in Ocala in 1911 and rose in the es esteem
teem esteem of his fellow townsmen, who
elected him to the office of municipal
judge. He was obliged to resign this
office, however, when he was made
grand chancellor of the Knights of
Pythias for the state of Florida, an
office which he held with dignity and
honor.
He came to Lakeland in 1918 and
opened his law office here, purchasing
a beautiful home on South Success
avenue, where and his family reside.
It is good news that this new office
will not take Mr. Gober and his fam family
ily family from Lakeland at the present
time.

tgo, returned to Mr. Ecu's home at
Lowell last week. They attended

Sunday school here last Sunday. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Rou are well known!
here an dtheir many friends are glad
to welcome them. i
A very interesting and enjoyable
aff; ir of this wek was the Hallowe'en
p.n ty given Monday night by Miss j
Irene Nelson at the home of her par parents
ents parents near Orange Lake. The guests
who arrived a little late were met at
the gate by a large number of spooks, i

who escorted them to the home which
was lighted only by the candles in the
jack o' lanterns. Altogether it made
one feel as if he were in the spirit

world. The guests while in their
costumes enjoyed a few games in
silence with the exception of moans
and groans, which added to the wierd wierd-ness
ness wierd-ness of the occasion. They then re removed
moved removed their costumes and indulged in
a number of games and contests.
There was much fun and excitement
as is always the case when the young
people of Reddick and Orange Lake
meet for an informal social time.
Refreshments were served after
which the guests departed for their
homes, feeling much "indebted to Miss
Nelson and her mother or their hos hospitality.
pitality. hospitality. An event of interest to his many
friends here was the marriage of Mr.
Jesse Johnson and Miss-Maud Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, which occurred last week. We
wish them a long and prosperous
married life.

UNEED.JS and all former Q
10c pkgs. Crackers. .. OC

Three packages
for
All former 20c. pkg3.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon
Campbell's Soup
per can.
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
three bars for ..
Export Soap,
per dozen
Cherry Bell Flour
24. lb sack
Sauer's Self Rising
24 lb sack

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, J 1 f
three pounds for. V"

20c
. 15c
15c
. 12c
. 45c
8c
. 21c
... 55c
$1.35
$1.20
...60c

30c
30c
40 c
75c

Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon.
two cans for
Virginia Dart Wine,
larirt, per boitle...
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle
Reddick Feanut Baiter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,
large

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen.
Evaporated Milk,
small
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen
Three packages
Argo Starch '.
One dozen packages
Argo Starch. ......
Quart jars
of Honty
Quart cans
of Syrup
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per quart

40c
75c
65c
40 c
30c

15c
$1.70
7c
. 80 c
..25 c
. 95c
. 65c
30c
15c
. 60c
15c

Purina Feed for Cons, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

NOTICE

FAIRFIELD

sides. Ail this was eliminated by ex- I
perience with the reasonable, but un-, The great meeting of the American
fortunately a large proportion of hu-j Legion in Kansas City, where ex ex-man
man ex-man being are unreasonable, and al- j officers and ex-privates met on the
most every person is unreasonable at common footing of comradeship, is
times. So there is many an ex-service the best proof that worthy men who
man in America today who is carrying ; went, thru the fire came out with
bitterness against other men for trou- ', their souls cleansed of bitterness.
Lie for which circumstances were j
mainly to blame. ; Senators Watson and Harris of

t

Tom Watson is the worst of dema demagogues,
gogues, demagogues, but his place in the Senate,
bestowed on hint by the, mistaken
voters of his state, demands that his
charges he given full investigation.
If there is any truth in them, the
criminal, if they cannot be punished
any othir way, should be pilloried be before
fore before tht public contempt. If they are
not true, Watson shcuid be held up to
deserved scorn.
One thing is ceitnin, ar.d that is
that W tson was begging the question
when he said that he would not give

Georgia hfve combined against Gov Governor.
ernor. Governor. Hardwick. Wr.tson wanted the
governor to snub President Harding,
when the president visited Atlanta.,
but even Hardwick has to draw the
Jine soni2where.

The city council will receive bids
on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 'clock
p. m., for sale of the lot on which the
city barn is located and described as
follows :
A lot in the city of Ocala, measur measuring
ing measuring 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.

6000 miles guaranteed
30x3 nonskid 9.00
30x3 nonskid ....$12.00
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533

A

MICKIE SAYS

IU1

vgrn vjheh vjeMe aaade our

PtLE ARE fcOvmWf tW PWPtl
PfeR A UOB&vi OeSY ViONU

UE?fc nfcM tf AACE

t

ru 1 r.,t 'I:.'.ir.n d.: lists shot

c o'h.r foventy-eirhi times

v.'thcu': hittirj ei h:r Thtr. they de declared
clared declared ihon-.scTves reconcile u and -.vent
home. A dose apiece of pills would
have saved all that ammunition.

Republican boosters are starting
early to boom President Harding for
a second term. Hadn't they best give
u? some tax 'relief first? Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Best way thay could boost.

Fairfield, Nov. 2. Mr. M. E. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips of White Springs, and others,
spent the night with Mr. Phillips' sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. W. P. Brown last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday on their way south for the orange
season.
The storm of last week injured the
vegetables some and destroyed a lot
cf timber, but did no other damage
that we can see.
Cane grinding is the order of the
day day-Mr.
Mr. day-Mr. M. L. Payne who has been on
the sick list for several weeks, is bet better
ter better and able to sit up again.

T. L. Bates of Ocala, was in our
midst last week. He was out looking j r
after his turpentine interests. i
Messrs. George Whittington and j EE

James Rhodes of Geiger, were in our
community last Saturday. The Messrs.
Whittington are putting in quite a
cr6p of truck on what is known as
Hie Jernigan place.
Miss Agnes Yongue has returned
home from a visit of several weeks
with her sister in Georgia.
Miss Laurie lest and Bryan Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds are anticipating a trip to the
coast this week.

Mrs. Winnie Feynolds has been on
the sick list for a few days, but is
able to be up.
Mr. Joe Cheny of Irvine was a
welcome visitor Saturday.
We are having delightful weather
pince the storm.
Messrs. D. B. Mathew and D. B.
Payne were business callers in Ocala
last Saturday.

CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c.
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t

8.
f

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

IP O IP cdl

CD ITU

mm t?W

A "labor organizer" from Mobile
was taken from an L. & N. train at
Sherman, Ala., by masked men and
given a beating. Federal authorities
are trying to find his assailants.
There is plenty of good 'wine on the
island of Madeira, and lots of Amer Americans
icans Americans don't see how former Emperor
Charles can be punished by his exile
there.

j.a.',lt i:y..t .. ....... ... --x. r v X
to -if jf
"mill "IMi . v .? -f,
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REVISED PROVERBS

The truce in Ireland has lasted so
long that the British are turning their
Sinn Fein prisoners loose loose-Wish
Wish loose-Wish we could bottle up this
weather and keep it for the fair.

Editor Bloom's corrections
worse than his errors.

are

EAT AT THE MAXINE

Best rr.3al3 in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf

Spend and the world goes with you,
Save and you walk alone.
Tardy to work and early to quit,
Erings a man nothing but orders to
git.

A brain is no stronger
weakest think. Judge.

than its

NOTICE

The registration books of the city
of Ocala will be open from this date
until the second Saturday in Novem November,
ber, November, 1921, during office hours at the
office of the city clerk.
This the 6th day of October, 1921.
H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor
of Registration of the City of
Ocala. 7-5t-fri

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

What Henry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
"In the tractor the farmer uow has a machinein which ib harnessed
one of the most adaptable, efficient, economical sources of power in the world
the interna combustion engine.
"The tractor will multiply the productive capacity of each individual
farm worker from three to four times over.
"It will put the farmer on a par with the citv manufacturer. It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is what a farm is on to an efficient
production basis.
'It will enable each worker to earn so much more that he can be paid
more and still leave a greater profit for the man who hires him. It will enable
the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life
yl believe the tractor will make farming wh3t it ought to be the most
pleasant, the most healthful, the most profitable business on earth."

TUCKER & SIMMON
DEALERS
OCALA - -

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OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921
THREE

FALL SHOES
For Ladies, Misses and Children

at
'
Oxfords
Black Kid, Brown and
Patent Oxfords. Turn and
Welt Soes. $10.00 oo en
to $14.00 values at f?'u
Welt Sole
Children fs
Childs 5 to 8 sizes,
" 8 to 11
" liy2 to 2
RHEINAUER

i TflftK'S MARKET

Everything

& MEA7S MD GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES :g

'Oysters! uysteFSl
. ; elep2ione;No..;243..

Mtraf e Agmdes Co;
Jacksonville, Florida
FERTILIZER MATERIAL
of all kinds ;
MIXED FORMULAS
With the Make-Weight or Sand Left Out
, SAVE FREIGHT.
, E. CSTANALAND, Marion Co. Agent
OCALA, FLORIDA
ARTHUR D. FISKE, Sales Agent
Nitrate Agencies Company
Leesburg, Florida
Oil ice: 2nd Street Phond 229 Dick Building

' FIRE
PROOF
f9S
iriar g i
' u
Negotiable Sttras 'tec-ipta Issued
UOV, PACK, SHIP
UVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

Special Sale on
High Shoes

?II CO Patent Leather Vamps
i Sain top Hoots f? QC
- at
$13.50 Boo:s
$8.89
at
Patents, Suede,
Brown and
Black Kid
i
Oxfords
Brown and Black
$8.00 values gQ
at
MacKay soles in
same at $3.75 to $4
Shoes
$1.75 to $2.75
2.25 to 3.00
1.75 to 3.50
& CO., Ocaia
& GRflflFRY
Hi
To Eat
&f it
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P
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on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING ;
Phone 296

fgf -rt".-i:i-7 tf: Alien IPunsi
ageiR .;. : .;y ;C6priqhteobbierrill Co.

CHAPTER II.
A Divided Company.
It was not the first time that
Rainey had been on a ship, a sailing
shin, and at sea Lacking experience
"n rcttifl! navigation, he was a pretty
nnnrty fsr.nonnan for sin amateur.
So. as he r:me inr of the jr'p of
the 1ni? that hart heen given him.
lo"-ly. with a hrsi'npan that seem.-!
..vp'-su'Tert with '-ton and which
hr"hhed with a rtu'l perr-isrent ache
with tlirontt' at st-emed to hp elated
wit j'hes. sTrrii'.y rontvaetd a
r .vr-lt(. stoTir-h eyes that saw
tUiiirs through a haze Hnh tiat
rhed a if hr"i!s; the rounds that
!.cat Their way tltrouh his slnzzish
consciousness were famll?ar enough to
place him almost instantly.
Ashe lay tliere in a narrow bunk,
watching the play of light that came
through a porthole beyond his line of
vision, listening to the low bom of
waves followed by the swash along alongside
side alongside that told him the Karluk was
bucking heavy seas, a slow rage mas mastered
tered mastered him, centered against the doc doctor
tor doctor with the sardoivic smile and Cap Captain
tain Captain Simnis, who Ilatney fvJt sure had
tacitly approved of the doctor's ac actions.
tions. actions. He remembered Lund's exclamation
of, "Here, what's thisV" the question
of a blind man who could not grasp
what was happening and acquitted
him.
They ha.d deliberately kidnaped him,
shanghai d him, because they did not
choose to trust hiui, because they
thought he might print the story of
the island treasure beach in his paper,
or babble of it and start a rush to the
new strike of which he had seen proof
In the gold dust streaming from the
poke.
What were they going to do with
him?
lie mistrusted the doctor. The man
had" drugged him. lie was a man
whose profession, where the mind was I
warped, btlittled life. Captain Simnis
had been charged with' leaving a blind'
man on a broken floe. Lund was the
type whose passions left hiin" ruthless.
The crrw they would be bound by
shares in the .-enterprise, a rough lot,
daring murh and caring little for any any-.
. any-. thing' beyt. nd their own narrow hori horizons.
zons. horizons. The girl v as the only redeem redeeming
ing redeeming feature .of the situation.
He wondered whether anyone h.u!
seen him go aboard tie Karlu'c wPh
Lund anyone who would ren.e.i.Uef
It and mention the circumstance when
he was found to be missing. That
might take a day or two. At the of T
fice they would wonder why he didn't
show up to cover his detail, because
he had been steady in his work. But
they would not suspect foul play at
first. He had no immediate family.
And all this time the Karluk would be
thrashing north, well out to ?ea.
Rainey would be a front-page won wonder
der wonder for a day, then drop to paragraph?
for a day or so more, and that would
be the end of it.
But they had made him comfortable.
He was not in a smelly forecastle, but
in a bunk in a cabin that must open
off the main room of the schooner.
Why had they treated him with such
consideration? He dozed off, for all
his wretchedness, exhausted by his
efforts' to untangle the snarl. When
ir
When He Woke Again His Mouth Wai
. Glued Together With Thirst.

1

Jjrti v -u,
you togetner. then well get some
food into you."
The calm insolence of the doctor's
manner, ignoring all that had hap happened,
pened, happened, seemed to send all the blood in
Itainey's body fuming to his brain. He
took the gkiss and hurled its consents
at Carlsen's face. The doctor dodged
and the stuff splashed against the
cabin wall, only a few drops reaching
Ca rl sen's coat.
"Don't be a 4 d fool," he said tc
Kaiaey, his voice irritatingly even
"Are you afraid it's drugged? I would
not be so c lumsy. I could have given
you a hypodermic while you slept
eno.;gh to keep you unconscious foi
as many hours as I chose or for forever.
ever. forever. "I'll mix you another dose on
more take it or leave it. Take It,
and you'll soon feel yourself agalr
after Tama da has fed you. Then we'll
thrash out the situation. Leave it, and
I wash my hands of you. You can gc
for'ard and bunk with the men and d(
the f'.irty work."
H: iney felt that he had made n fool
of hiinself. and he took the second
draft, which almost instantly relieved
him. cleansing his mouth and thro::t
and. as his headache diedlown, cJear
ing hi': brain.
"Why did you
drug me?"
he de
I can
manrted. "Pretty high-hauded.
make you pay for this."
"YesV H iw? When? We re well
off Cape M ndocino, heading nor'west
or thereabouts. Nothing between., us
und nalaska but fog and deep water.
L'efore we get back you'll see the pay
ment in a different light.' We're not
pirates. This was plain business. A
million or iiore in sight.
"Lutid nearly' spilled things as It
was, raving the way he did. It's a
wonder some ope didn't overhear him
with sense enough to tumble.
"Ipjt we didn't u.ke any risks after
his blowing off. He might have done
it ashore before you brought him
aboard. I don't think so. But he
might. And so might you, later."
"I'd have given you my word."
"And meant to keep it. But you'd
have been an uncertain factor, a weak-
link. You knew too much. Suppose
the Karluk fought up to Kotzebue bay
and found a dozen power-vessels hang hanging
ing hanging about, waiting for us to lead them
to the beach? And we'd have worried
all the way up, with you loose.
"I don't suppose your salary is much
over thirty a week. Is it? Now, then,
here you are In for a touch of real ad adventure,
venture, adventure, better than gleaning dock
gossip, to a red-blooded man. If we
win and you" saw the gold you
win. We expect to give you a share.
More than you'd earn In ten, years,
likely, more than you'd be apt to save
in a lifetime. We kidnaped you for
your own good. You're a prisoner de
luxe, with the run of the ship."
"I can work my passage," said
Raine:-". He didn't trust the doctor,
though he thought he'd play fair about
the gold. But it was funny, his as assuming
suming assuming control.
"Ah!" The doctor appeared to dis dismiss
miss dismiss the subject with some relief.
"Well," he went on, "are you open to
reason and food? I'm sorry about
your friends and folks ashore, but
you're not the first prodigal who has
come back with the fatted calf In Instead
stead Instead of hungry for it."
"That part of it is all right," said
Rainey. There was no heJp for the
situation, save to make the most of
It and the best. "But I'd like to ask
you a question."
"Go ahead. Have a cigarette?"
Rainey would rather have taken it
from anyone else, but the whiff of
burning tobacco, as Carlsen lit up,
gave him an irresistible craving for a
smoke. Besides, it wouldn't do for
the doctor to know he mistrusTedim.
If he was to be a part of the ship's
life, there wrs small sense in acting
pettishly. He took the cigarette, ac accepted
cepted accepted the light, and inhuled grate gratefully.
fully. gratefully. "What's the question?" asked Carl Carl-sen.
sen. Carl-sen. "Yfu weren't on the last trip. Yon
weren't in nn the original de;tJ. Bnt I
find you dnir.ir ail the talking, making
me offers. You dmzzed Tut- on your
own impulse. Where's the skipper?
How does he stand in this matter?"
"You're, asking a. XPQddeal for an

he awoke .vgain his mouth was glued
together with thirst. His head ached
intolerably. Each hair seemed set iD
a nerve center of pain. But he was
better.
He sat up in his hunk, fully clothed
as he had come aboard, the door ef
his cabin opened and the doctor ip
pen red. nodded coolly as he saw
ltaiuey moving, disappeared for an in
stai.t. and brought in a draft of some
sort in a long glass.
"Take this." said Carlsen. "I'rJl

outsider. It see;ns to me, icamey. 1
came to you partly a your doctor.
But I "speak for the captain and the
rew. Don't w.inw at out th: t."
"And Lund? itu'ey had gathered
that the doctor resented Lund.
Carlsen's eyerj narrowed.
"Lund will be taken care of. he
said, and. for the life of 1dm. Rainey
could not judge the statement for

threat or friendly promise. "A for g
my status, I expe -t to be Cuptainjg
Sinims" son-in-law. a soon as the trip 1 13
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is over. i g
"All right." said Rair.ey. Carlsen's g
announcement surprised him. Some- M
how he corJd r.ot place the girl as the I
doctor's fiance-?. I

He rose and I rrhed face and hands, j
Carlsen left the cabin. The main
room wa empty when Rainey en entered,
tered, entered, hut there was a place set at the
table.
The main cabin was well appointed
in hardwood, with red cushions on the
transoms and a creeping plant or so
hanging here and there. A canary
chirped up and broke into rolling song.
It was !! r.o:iiy, innocuous. Yet he
had been drugged at the same table
not so long before. And now he was
pledged a share of ungathered gold. It
was a far cry back to his desk In the
Times office.
A Japanese entered, sturdy, of
white-clad figure, deft, polite, incuri incurious.
ous. incurious. He had brought in some ham
and eggs, strong coffee, sliced canned
peaches, bread and butter. He served
as Rainey ate heartily, feeling his
old self coming back with the food,
especially with the coffee.
"Thanks. Tamnda." he said as he
pushed aside his plate at last.
"Everything arright, sir?" purred
the Japanese.
Rainey nodded. The "Bir" was re reassuring.
assuring. reassuring. He was accepted as a some somebody
body somebody aboard the Karluk. Tamada
cleared away swiftly, and Rainey felt
for his own cigarettes. Some one was
snoring in a stateroom off the cabin,
and he fancied by its volume It was
Lund.
It was a divided ship's company,
after all. For he knew that Lund,
handicapped with his blindness, would
live perpetually suspicious of Slmms.
And the doctor was against Lund.
Ralney's own position was a paradox.
He started for the companionway,
and a slight sound made him turn, to
face the girt She looked at him cas casually
ually casually as Rainey, to his annoyance,
flushed.
"Good afternoon," .said Rainey. "Are
you going on deck?"
It was not a clever opening, but
she seemed to rob him of wit, to an
extent. He had yet to know how she
stood concerning his presence aboard.
Did she countenance the forcible kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping of him as a possible tattler?
Cr ?
"My father tells me you have de decided
cided decided to go with ua." she said, pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly enough, but none too cordlal'r
Rainey thought.
"You have not heen well.' I hop?
you are better. Have yon eaten?"
Rainey began to think that she w::
ignorant of the facts. And he maU
up his mind to Ignore them.
"Thank you, I have," he said, "i
was going to look up Mr. Lund."
The "sentence covered a sudrtet
change of mind. He no longer want
ed to go on deck v. 1th the girl. The
w ere not to be intimates. ne wa j
"Good Afternoon," said Rainey. "An
You Going on Deck?"
to marry Carlsen. He was an ont
sider. Carlsen had told him that. Fc
she seemed to regard him. Imperson
ally, without Interest. It piqued hira
"Mr. Lund is in the first mate'i
cabin," said the girl, indicating a dnr
"Mr. Ilergstrom, who was male, died
at sea last voyage. Doctor Carhser
acts a navigator with my father, but
he has another room.
SI e pa??ed him and went on deck.
Car!--n was acting firt mate as well
en surtreen. That meant he had si
man'.Mp. Aleo that they had taker
in r.o replacement's, no other men tc
swel' the little c-rpfn.tien of fortune fortune-hunr"r
hunr"r fortune-hunr"r who knw the ecret. r a
Iart of It. it van unu-ual. I n: Raine
shn M !'.':!'.!eri? and n'- j--"
on the (Vor of the ti! in.
It took lond knocking to waken
Lund. At lat he rosreI a "Come In."
Raines found him heated oa tiie
(Continued on Seventh Page)

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careful and
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We Have
Your School
Eversharp
Stop In today and get your
Eversharp for School. We
have them in Red, Blue
and Black enamel take
your choice. Remember,
this is a genuine Ever Ever-sharp.
sharp. Ever-sharp. It carries enough
lead up its sleeve to last
all year. It has a handy
eraser out in the open
ready for uscThree styles :
long, 50c: short with ring ;
60c; long with clip, 65c.
Get yours today.
EVERSHAPP
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ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 3-"0. Ocala.
2i7 W. h a-hv:.v
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OCALA ELECmiC
shoe sao?
A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
Phone 143
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly pive US one trial we'll fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
Rainy Day.
For your Soles Sake
Phone Us.
Our work is Walk About
Others' work Is Talk
About.
OCALA, - FLOIDA
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xcuscjor
(yKomehjffmidsAow
Because e'eartsing with
neutral soap and fre frequent
quent frequent application of
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supo.emented fay ocna ocna-ing
ing ocna-ing with Phantom Pow Powder
der Powder dees ieave the ikin
soft smscth ir.J v.-'.iti.
MILADY PARLOR
BEAUTY
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all con contract
tract contract work.. Gives more and "oetter
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
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EfJ SAVE HERE
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50 cent Wash Ties, during this sale
going at TtC
$1.75 Dress Shirts now QO.
they will go for 2rOC
25 cent Sox, High Grade, Seamless,- 1 A
per pair XJC
12 l-2c. Handkerchief s; Extra Special,"-
now going at .
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per pair i .......... "C
Blue Chambray Work Shirts, a bargain
of Bargains. Sale Priced .c: .i.S. TLlOiJC
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Best grade extra Heavy Denim -Overalls. High and
-medium back. Kroll Klotheg nd v. d 1 tQ
Carhart. Sale price. H X
One lot of Men's Overalls. QQ
Sale price OC
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jOne lot of Men's Felt Hats. Good values. Get yours
while we have your size.' Special sale J 93
One lot ef JVIen's Hats, and a good value at QO
the exceptionally low price: of . ; S70C

We still have on hand a vast quantity of the B.
Goldman stock which was not seasonable at the time
of our June Sacrifice Sale. Now that fall is approach approaching
ing approaching these lines will tie needed by everyone; hence our
BIG FALL 'OPENING SALE. In these lines will be
found
QUTIIIGS, COTTOI! FLANNELS, GltlGHAMS, BLANKETS, MEN'S, BOYS
LADIES,' FUSSES' and CHILDREN'S READY MADE CLOTHING
During a visit in the north of five weeks during
July we purchased a big lot of merchandise for the fall
and winter business that can not be duplicated today
at prices of 25 to 35 per cent over what we paid
for them. We propose to gi,yet our patrons the. advant advantage
age advantage of these purchases, which really places our prices
in many instances below the market price of today.

$5.00 Tricolet Blouses. About twenty- QQ
five of these stylish Blouses, at only. V X 0

$1.75 Middies, good quality Galatea, unsur- AO
passable values now selling at JOC

$1.50 Bungalow Aprons, light and dark
Percals, sale price

89c

$2.00 Ladies' Thread Silk Hose, seam back, QO
black, white, cardovan and gray, per pair OG

$1.00 Ladies' Thread Silk, Hose, seam back, AQ
black, white, cardovan and gray, per pair C

$1.25 Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, seam back, ACk
black, white, cordovan per pair XG

$1.69 Gowns, Lady York, Crepe,
a bargain

98c

$1.69 Petticoats, Lady York, Battice,
sale price

98c

$1.69 Chemise, Lady York Battice,
sale price

98c

SECTION 0R3E

Men's Balbriggan, extra quality Union
Suits. Sizes 34 to 44, each

QQ Fifty Men's Overcoats, all wool and 0 1 fk tf
OC all colors, Al tailored, at........ OlUtUU

One lot All Wool Ladies' Skirts, in all dJO, QO
' colorsr sale price V O

One lot of Ladies' One Piece Dresses in the latest
Styles. .These Dresses are being offered in this
sale at from $5.00 T $20

Men's B. V. D. style Denim Check Union Cr
Suits, sizes 34 to 44. Each f OC

values, going at (you wouldn't believe 9

One lot of Men's Khaki Pants.
Sale price

$1.19

One lot of Men's Fleece Lined Brown and
Gray Underwear, price each garment..

59c

Sale price.

Ladies' Rib Gauze Union Suits, short length AjCkg
summer style only, the garment. ... . TT f C

Ladies' Gauze Vests, something worth while 1
and a bargain at X7C

SPECIALS FOR MEN

One lot of Men's Shoes. A better grade, J0 QO
but a splendid value at the price 9i50

One lot Pin Check Pants, Otter brand, OQ 0ne lot of Mens Shoes. You will have to J0 QO
A splendid value. Sale price p X gee these tQ appreciate the vaiue. Price P0i7O
Pcr Palr V1 W as lone as they last at 911 'OV

garnfent UnderWMr- Pnce QQ c One lot of Ladies' Corsets, a splendid value Qgg

... $5.00

One lot of All Wool Boys Suits,
Sale price

One lot of All Wool Boys' Suits in the T C(
new styles and colors V Ovl

WE HAVE BOUGHT A LOT OF LADIES'
TAILORED SUITS, ALSO COATS FOR LADIES
AND CHILDREN, AT A PRICE THAT WE CAN

SAVE YOU $10 TO $12 ON EACH GAR3IENT.

Men's Handkerchiefs. Good quality. A One lot of Men's High Grade Suits in gOO 00 M Jtog- To $7.98 rOMF AND look FOR YOITRSFTF
Sale Drice all the new shades and styles at P4iV.VU pairs of pants. Sale price V i COME AND LOOK FOR xOURSELF.

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ELECTRIFYING VALUES THAT WILL PACK
THIS STORE TO CAPACITY

J. P. Coats Spool Cotton, 150 yards to
the spool, each . .

SECTION TWO

36-inch Wash Satins inwhite and colors.
$1.50 values, per yard

98c

5c

10-4 Sheeting, full width, extra quality,
bleached and unbleached, price per yard.."'C

Apron Ginghams, Amoskeag, guaranteed Alfog
: fast colors, 27 inches wide, per yard. l'rC

Standard A. C. A. Feather Ticking. Just the brand
is self explanatory to good housekeeprs. Og Og-Our
Our Og-Our price per yard . OOC

$1.50 Table Damask, 64 inct.es wide, an excellent Lenox Brand Hickory, in brown and blue,
grade and pretty patterns. Sale price 7Q per yard
per yard JC

19c

Indian Head. There is only the one kind, the gen genuine,
uine, genuine, 36 inches wide. Reduced in this or
sale to, per yard mOC

$2.00 Table Damask, 72 inches wide, a high grade 37.1"2c' Bunow Cretonne, beautiful
piece of goods and you should not miss the op- designs and fine quality, per yard....

portunity of obtaining some at the Q1 in

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OC special price per yard......... wOC

price of, per yard.

Pajama Check, 36 inches wide. None better. 1A. 36-inch White Voile. 50c value. Sale price 1 O

In this sale, per yard jLJ per var(j XZ7C

$1.65 Sheets, full size and of the best quality. Sup Supply
ply Supply your needs now. We aire offering f1 Oft
them at an attractive price. Sale price P A 07

One lot of Sheets. This is a good value djl AA
and you should lay in a supply. Price V A Uis

Red Star Diaper Cloth, in 10-yard nt 36-inch Silk Shirting, $1.50 value. Q In Insanitary
sanitary Insanitary package, per package V v Sale price per yard OC

Extra Fine .Mattress Tickings Sale

price per

Mattress Ticking, Sale Qfji : "o a-T'Wi'" Gingbans, pretty plaids and many attrac Ten yards of Dotted Swiss. PQ- $
yard....... 0'2C 3pc. Pillow Cases. Size 32 x 46. Extra Q tivelpatterns, in this sale per yard IOC Special at OuC -t
special. Sale price

Outing, a good quality, sale
. price per yard ...........

12c

25c. Huck Towels in this

sale at.

1 Q 36-inch Mull, fine quality, just what you OC- Extra fine Sheeting, 36 inches wide, selling f f
want for fine underwear, per yard r a T yanj m lUv

Extra Heavy Outing, sale
price per yard

One Lot Dark Outing
During this sale, price per yard

15c

10 c

Tenby Dress Ginghams in pretty plaids, dainty 1
stripes and solid colors, absolutely fast f Q' Turkish Towels. These Towels formerly sold IP. : Sea Island Sheeting,

coiors, a incnes wiae. sale price per yd ior to cents, a groa yarae. rnce, eaca. a w w

per yard

8c

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sinpes ana aress patterns, in una sale f Q TufkisirTowels, large fize, 65c value.

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Those Who Attended Our Last Sale Know the Meaning of Malever's Special Values

v.'EwJEW'S, WOMEN'S AND IKIOLBGSEN'S 3G-0

Ladies' Vici High Top Shoes military C0 Q(? Men's Dark Brown Oxfords, Goodyear Welt, semi- Men's Russia Calf Quarter Oxfords. The latest
" heels, black and mahogany PJ English last. Sold for $7.50. During Cf fall last. A Walk-Over Shoe. Offer- QC
Ladies' Vici Oxfords, Brown Kid, medium low heels, this sale only PTjJ ed in this sale for '.. vO5J

Ladies' Walkover Oxfords, Black and Brown Kid,

novelty in Russet and Nobby. Calf, College heels

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. very practical house shoe and one that dJO QC
that will give good service . . rji JJ

Men's Tan Leather Soles, Mule Skin Bluchers. A t, . ..m,,, oi. v1 A
work Khoe and wpt. hv- Bv.no An m Boys Tan Leather Soles, mule skin bluchers. A

to weai. Sale price.

to wear. Sale price.

$2.45

4plen's Walk-Over high heel shoes, brown calf skin,

semi-English last, $12.50 values,

now

English last, $12.50 values, $fi QP One lot of Ladies' High Top Low Heel Of CA
selling for PD270 shoes at. . V 1 OV

Ladies' Walkover, high top shoes,' in black and
brown kid, also magnolia calf, college or military
heels. We have none better. Sale 7r
price ODiiJ

Ladies' Brown Calf, high top, military heels, also
pair Rubber Heels, complete. $ale OO A Q
price......... POl2

Ladies' Patent Leather Pumps, Walkovers, covered
. heels, plain, tie and with buckles. The dressiest
season's offering. Going in this sale 00

You can save many dollars on your shoe pur purchases
chases purchases by buying from the immense stock of
WALK-OVER SHOES
for Men and Woman which were included in our
buy from B. Goldman

Men's Elk Skin, Scout Last Shoes, also !0 QC
Veal Calf Blucher, going at )u0

Men's Tan Krome Calf Blucher, sand- I?0 QC
dodger tongue, a dandy plow shoe. 3

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You Get a Run
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Plant. We arc hot alter
yonr trade, and will sore sorely
ly sorely make it oi interest to
yon to deal with us.
WE Imsore a Long Ron for
Yonr Tires,
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
pCALA, FLORIDA

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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

JLIFE

FIRE

Burbank, Nov. 2. Mrs. D. S. Davis

cf New York city, who was called to
the death bed of her father, Mr. Fred

Richter, a few weeks ago, has return returned
ed returned to her home.
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and grand grandson,
son, grandson, Kenneth Burkholder, have re returned
turned returned from a pleasant visit with
friends and relatives in Illinois and
Missouri.
Mrs. J. I. Tilghman of Palatka,
spent several days last week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bogue.
Mrs. R. W. Clineman of Miami, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
D. L. Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Messick of Pa Palatka,
latka, Palatka, were at their Burbank home a
few days last week.
Mr. L. H. Langworthy Jr. was a
business caller in Burbank Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Ocala visitors the past week were
Messrs. E. H. Miller, Carl Sowash,
W. C. Bogue and Douglas Teuton.
Relatives here are in receipt of be betrothal
trothal betrothal cards announcing the engage engagement
ment engagement of Miss Thelma Riley and Mr.
Robert J. McKim. The wedding will
take place soon after the first of the

year. Mr. McKim a few years ago
resided in Marion county not far
from Ocala, but has been in Sacra

mento, Calif., for several years. The
approaching wedding will be of inter interest
est interest to his friends here.
Mrs. V. H. Turner and Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Turner were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Teuton Sunday.
Mr. Guy Miller of Ocala visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Miller

iSunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Taylor of Citra
are in Burbank looking after their
property.
Friends here received cards from
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Blaul of Chicago,
announcing the arrival of a baby
duaghter. Mr. and Mrs. Blaul spent
last winter in Burbank and are plan planning
ning planning to return this year.
The younger set is enjoying a mas masquerade
querade masquerade dance this evening.
Friends of Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot
will be glad to learn she is expected
heme this week from an extensive
trip west, where she has spent the
summer.
We were glad to see the log train
of the Arlo Box Co. pass through to today
day today and hope soon the O. V. will be in
full operation.

of Florida .was a guest at the White
House Wednesday.
The Hallowe'en party given by
Miss Etta Burleson was greatly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by the young people.

C. W. Driver is a business visitor
to Jacksonville this week.

OAK VALE

- A. E. GERIG .....
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
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Oak Vale, Nov. 2. Oar school, Ebe Ebe-nezer,
nezer, Ebe-nezer, is progressing nicely under the
capable management of Mrs. Charles
Curry, principal, and Miss Nora Col Col-son,
son, Col-son, assistant.
Mr. M. A. Clancy and son, M. D.,
made a business trip to Alachua Fri Friday.
day. Friday. They met more than fifty tour tourist
ist tourist cars, several from Michigan and
Pennsylvania, and two from Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Reddick and

children spent Sunday at Williston, i

guests of Mr. Raymond Robinson and
family.
Mrs. W. F. King is home from a
seven months' visit with relatives in
northern Indiana.
Mr. Michael Clancy and sister, Miss
Lonnie, were callers at the Retis Lim Lim-baugh
baugh Lim-baugh home at Pasley, Sunday.
All the beans in the low land were
killed by so much rain during the re recent
cent recent storm. M. D. Clancy's are all
dead. The next day M. D. said he
was working off the "bean blues."
Mr. Samuel Peoples and wife spent
the week end with Mrs. People's par-

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To Occupy Chair of Music.
"My boy Dennie is lazy, l.ut 1 must
say he Is smart," declared the musi musician.
cian. musician. "Is he going to follow In his father's
footsteps 7"
"No, I learned to play the trombone
and I've got to march about eight miles
every time there's a parade. Dennie
is learning the harp, so they will have
to let him sit down."

The Wage of Sin.
"Brethren!" exclaimed the preacher
as he came across a portion of hi?
flock engaged in pursuing the goddess
of chance. "Do yo all know it's
wrong to shoot craps?"
"Yas, pahson," admitted one parish parishioner
ioner parishioner sadly, "an b'lieve me, Ah's payin'
fo niah sins." The American Legion
Weekly.

'Did

Evening Well Spent.
you find the lecture Inform-

Fifteen Years Experience
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RIALTO CAFE
Up-to-Date lunch Counter
and Dining Room
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

H Sea Foods, Western

Meats, Delicatessen

and Vegetables..
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
JOHN METRIE
Proprietor
108 South Magnolia St.

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
I Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
I : i c.line of Elecrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
" FORD REPAIRING

Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.

Phone 252

PLANT
ancle Trees

PINEAPPLE, PARSON
BROWN, VALENCIA
LATE AND LUE GIM
GONG ORANGE AND
TANGERINE TREES
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite' Delivery
WARTS1AM NURSERY CO.
OCALA, FLA.

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

Citra, Nov. 2. One of the f most
successful affairs Citra has had lately
was the fair gotten up by the Citra
Improvement Society. There were six
booths erected in the park. In one
was found all kinds of good things to
eat. In the Ocala booth .were dis displayed
played displayed the various articles donated by
the business concerns of that city.
These j included the Court Pharmacy,
Gerig's, Miss. Rena Smith; the Federal
Bakery, Rheinauer & Co., Mack Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Ocala National Bank, Fishel's,

George MacKay & Co., Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co., Clarkson Hardware Co., the
U-Serve StbresTrbxler, Todd Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Co., Ocala Star,- "Commercial
Bank,' H. B. Masters Co., E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, Tydings & Co., Moses Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co., Gulf Refining Co., Ocala
Manufacturing Co., Louis Chazal Co.

In the "fancy work booth were sold
the hand made articles given by the

Citra ladies and their friends. Among

those outside of Citra who sent fancy

work were Mrs. Calvin Choate of
Boston, Mrs. Mullen and Mrs. Wick Wick-wire
wire Wick-wire of -Miami, .-Mrs. Bennett of. Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mrs. Win, Long Moore of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Mrs. Richardson of High

Springs, Mrs. Johnson of Reddick,
Miss Ervin and Mrs. Fulwood ,of St.

Petersburg, Mrs. Fausler of Ocala.

Besides the fancy work given there

was a cash donation from Mr. and

Mrs. John Kendig of Philadelphia

and baking powder from the Royal

Baking Powder Co. of New York.
There were several other booths
where amusement could be found and
which at the same time proved quite
profitable. Mr. WTiite put up a tent
and in it could be seen quite an inter interesting
esting interesting assortment of curios.
The songs rendered by Messrs. A.
E. and J. J. Gerig of Ocala were
greatly enjoyed by every one. Quite
a nice sum was realized from the fair

and the- same will go towards the
erection of a pavilion in the park.
To those who contributed and assist assisted
ed assisted in making the affair such a success
the Citra Improvement Society ex

tends thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Wartmann
have returned home after having
spent several months in Atlanta with
their daughter, Mrs. Eugene Cox.
Mrs. James Borland and Mrs. Du-

Pree and children recently spent sev several
eral several days in Jacksonville, the guests
of Mrs. Long.
Mr. Coggins of Atlanta, who pur purchased
chased purchased the Ramey house, has been re repairing
pairing repairing it and will reside here in the
future. Hi? daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Scroggins arrived last
night and will spend several days
here.

Oar SEEDS Like
Oar DRUGS
Are Always Fresh and
Reliable
G C. GREENE
Phone 435. Opposite
Postoffice.
OCALA - FLORIDA

I don't

know yet what the lecturer was driv driving
ing driving at, but he cleared up one Impor Important
tant Important point for me."
"What was that?"
, "I learned how to pronounce Czechoslovakia."

ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Coldiner.

Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson and m2 v
r,a,1f,Ucr KHa v,v;o t? "Yes," said Mr. Cripplns.

gate, of Archer, spent Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. Robinson's mother,
Mrs. Sallie Reddick.

Work will soon begin on the addi- I

tion to our school house. We will then
boast of one of the best country
schools in the county.
Percy Larson has been busy since
the storm, picking up the pecans on
Mrs. W. F. King's place. The wind
put most of them on the ground.
The teachers gave a Hallowe'en
party Monday night at the school
house and the children had a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable time.
Mrs. R. H. Reddick received word
today that her father is at death's
door. He is with a daughter in Coleman.

101H M

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A Long-Distance Worrier.
"Is Mr. Gawping a public-spirited
citizen?"
"1 don't know about that." said Mr.
Gadspur. "He can overlook more
evils here at home and express more
Indignation In a 'letter to the editor
about conditions In central Europe,
China. Yap and the South seas than
any other man I ever knew."

Journalism.
"The editor of the Chlggersvllle
Clarion wrote a column editorial on
Whither Are We Drifting?'"
"And what do we learn from the
editor's profound observation?"
"That he doesn't know the answer,
to that question, and probably never
will."

j Baffled at Last.
I "Madam Cleo, the soothsayer, has
retired from business, a' victim of the
j housing shortage."
i "How did that come about?"
I "Most of her clients wanted to know
; where they'd be living next year and
i all the usual methods for prying luto
' the future failed."

In selling you a used car,
we aim to make you a per permanent
manent permanent business friend.
With a policy which thus
looks to the future, you
may be sure that we are
not going to let you pur purchase
chase purchase a used car that wil
be anything other than
very good value.

Mack Taylor

Phone 348

OCALA, FLA

MOSS BLUFF

$100 CASH
And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-ioom
cottage just finished and

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painted inside and out. g
On big lot just outside p
city limits ( no city tax-

es). Large garage. See
L C. JORDAN,
OWNER

' Moss Bluff, Nov. 3. A delightful
Hallowe'en party was held last Fri Friday
day Friday night at the Moss Bluff school
house, under the auspices of the M.
B. H. S. The entire floor of this spa spacious
cious spacious residence was thrown open en
suite and was appropriately decorat decorated
ed decorated with jack o' lanterns. Festooning
in the Hallowe'en colors hung in
graceful loops all around the room
and Spanish moss, which was draped
in an effective manner. A delicious
supper was served about 8:30 o'clock,
consisting of frait salad, fried chick-

ham sandwiches, chicken sand-

en,

OFFICE OVER
JAKE'S

a

MEAN
Spiteful old cat! She spreads It
around that I make up my face.
Never mind, dear; nobody believes
it. They know if you did you'd make
a better Job of it.
Father Gander Rhymes.
Jack and Jill ran up a bill
At father's corner garage.
But pa got sore and said, "No more;
You'll have to take a carriage."

wiches, pies and cakes. Mrs. Jeff
Martin's Sunday school class had a

: "booth"' and -sold peanuts, chocolate
j fudge, ice"; cream, kisses,- taffy, cake

and punch. The proceeds amounted to
$28.25. The high school will purchase
a basket ball and when they learn to
play., they-will invite the- public to
come out The Moss Bluff high school

and those who assisted are to be con

gratulated as to the success of the
evening, and as this first entertain entertainment
ment entertainment was so well planned and carried
out, the success of coming events is
assured.

Mr. Albert Fort and daughter, Miss
Martha Fort were callers in Ocala
Saturday. They returned home with

a brand new Ford.

The fifth Sunday meeting that was.
held at the Christian church Sunday
was well attended by people from aU v
over the county. About two o'clock a
bountiful dinner was spread. Moss
Bluff has had "lots and lots" of din dinners
ners dinners but the wriier doesn't think
tfiere ever was such a dinner spread
her befo-e. We are wishing for an another
other another fifth Sunday meeting to be held
here soon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White motored
to Leesburg Sunday afternoon.
We are glad to see the hard road
being bu'lt as it will be a great con convenience
venience convenience to our people.
Mr. Jack Galloway spent a few few-days
days few-days here last week.

RAILROADS SCHEDULE

, Soft Melodies.'
"Why are angels always represented
as 'playing 'on harps?
"Probably," replied Miss Cayenne,
"to keep our minds as far as possible
from thoughts of the customary music
provided by a phonograph In an ad adjacent
jacent adjacent flat."
i
Sarcastic Spouse.
Hub (during quarrel) You dont
have to tell me; I know all my short shortcomings,
comings, shortcomings, and my weaknesses and de defects.
fects. defects. Wife Then you know a great deal.

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as informatiori and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)

! SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 rjrf
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 .m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 vxa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive

2:27 am JacksonviHe-N'York 2:331;
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
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5:42 am jKsonvme-tiansviije luao pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunneIlon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

3:30 pm Homo?asa l:2opra!
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am j
4:45 cm Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

In Unison.
"What's a congressional committee
for?"
"If you've got a lot of time to kill
It's pleasanter to do It on a committee."

A Slacker.
Mrs. Hoyle If all men were like
my husband there wouldn't be any
labor troubles.
Mrs. Doyle What's ithe matter
doesn't he work?

Kitchen Service.
"Vnat caused Dibbles to quit mak making
ing making 'home brew?"
"Mrs. Dibbles suggested that he
might dry the dihes while waiting developments."

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His Little Joke.
"Why the-se razors in a display of
baby goods?"
"They're for shavers aren't they?"
responded the drug clerk. "Haw,
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Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and

Professor Berger of the University Monday fl.98. FISHEL'S. 3t

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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921

Fraternal Orders

MARION-DUNN 5IASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month atj
7:30 o'clock until further notice. I
J. R. Dey, W. M. j
B. L. Adams; Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala j
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth j
Friday in every month at 8 p. m. ;
II. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
0:ala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., j
meets at the Masonic hall the second!
and fourth Thursday evening of each j
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M. j
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book j
Shop, 113 Main street.,
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF TIIE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
If. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
C K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
" ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
-warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Jackson County Fair, Mari Mari-anna
anna Mari-anna November 4 to 19.
Leon County Fair, Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, November 22 to 26.
Alachua County Fair, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, November 8 to 11.
Suwannee County Fair, Live
Oak, November 8 to 12.
Orange County Fair, Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, February 14 to 19.
Bradford County Fair, Lake
Butler, November 1 to 5.
St. Lucie County Fair, Verp,
January 24 to 27. V
Madison County Fair, Madi Madison,
son, Madison, October 26 to 29.
Marion County Fair, Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
South Florida Fair, Tampa,
February 9 to 11.
Florida State Fair, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, November 12 to 19.
Jefferson County Fair, Mon Mon-ticello,
ticello, Mon-ticello, November 4 to 5.
Taylor County Fair, Perry,
November 1 to 5.
Columbia County Fair, Lake
City, November 1 to 5.
Georgia-Florida Fair, Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, Ga., October 31 to No November
vember November 5.
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NOTICE
At meeting of the city council held
on the 18th day of October, 1921, the
registration books of the city of
Ocala were revised and the following
names ordered stricken therefrom:
Ward One
Jake Brown, R. P. Whitehead.
Ward Two
A. E. Burnett, R. L. Bridges, Geo.
G. Chambers, W. C. Charles, J. T.
Cohen, L. Dozier, G. W. Easterling,
J. T. Jones, L. E. Lang, Samuel E.
Leigh, G. G. Maynard, Stella Mayn Mayn-ard,
ard, Mayn-ard, Robert Marsh, J. D. McCaskill,
Carrie McCaskill, Joe Needham, Wm.
M. Richardson, E. M. Williams, H. C.
Williams. A. E. Walkley.
, Ward Three
J. W. Branch, H. C. Bilbro, O. L.
Crooks, David Gamble, S'. M. Gibbs,
C. P. Howell, ,V. L. Hastings, J.-M.
Martin, B. A. Mallory, A. L. Pettis,
Robert J. Palmer, John Robinson.
Ward Four
W. F. Adams, July Brown, James
W.-. Griffin, B. F. Garrett, A. J. Leav Leav-engood,
engood, Leav-engood, E. A. Mobley, M. H. Temple.
November 29th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., was fixed by the council as
date to hear complaints for the res restoration
toration restoration of names erroneously strick strick-.
. strick-. en. H. C. Sistrunk,
10-26-5t-wed City Clerk.

CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c.
'Jv per ".ir or. SALE Saturday and Mon Mon-fr
fr Mon-fr day at FISHEL'S. 3t

I I 1 I

A Man To
His Mate
By
j. ALLEN DUNN
Illustrations by
Irwin Myers
Ccpyright Bobbs Merrill Co.
eage or ms nimn, nressea in ms unue? j
clothes, his glasses in place. Raine j
wondered whether he slept in them, j
Lund's uncanny intuition seemed tc j
read the thought?. He tapped th j
lenses. j
"Hate to take, them off. he said.
"Light hurts my eyes, though the op- j
tic nerve is dead. Seems to strike
through. How're ye makin' out?"
"You know they drugged me."
Rainey ended his recital of the Inter Inter-.view
.view Inter-.view he had had with the doctor.
"Knockout drops? 1 guessed It.
That doctor's slick. Well, you've not
much fault to find, have ye? Carisen
talked sense. Here you are on the
road to a fortune. Ill see yore
share's a fair one. There s plenty, it
aln.t a ba(J bniet yoxie fHllen Into,
my lad. But I'll look out for ye. And
111 need ye."
He lowered his voice mysteriously.
"Yo're a writer. Mister Rainey.
You've got brains. You can see which
way a thing's heading. You've heard
enough. I'm blind. I've bin done dirt
once aboard the Karluk. and I don't
aim to stand for it ag'in.
"I ain't got eyes. You have. Use
"em for both of us. I ain't asking ye
to take sides, exactly. But Tve got
cause for bein suspicious. I don't call
the skipper 'Honest' Simms no more.
And I ain't stuck on that doctor. He's
too bossy. He's got the skipper un under
der under his thumb. And there's some some-thin'
thin' some-thin' fnnnv about the skipper. He
ain't the same man. Mebbe It's his
conscience. But that doctor's runnin'
him."
"He's going to marry the captain's
daughter," said Rainey.
"Simms' daughter? Carisen goin'
to marry her? Ump!. That may ac account
count account for the milk in the coconut."
His face became crafty, and he
reached out for Rainey's knee, found
It as readily as if he had sight, and
tapped It for emphasis.
"That makes- all the more reason
for us lookin' out for things, matey,"
he went on, almost In a whisper. "I
they've played me once they may do
It ag'in. And they've got the odds
settin aside my eyes. But I can turn
a trick or two. Stick to me, an Til
see you git yore whack.
"I'll have yore bunk changed.
You'll come In with me. An' we'll
put one an' one together. We'll be
mates. Don't forget they fixed yors
grog. I had nothin to do with that.
I may be stranded, but, If the tide
rises"
He set the clutch of his powerful
fingers deep Into Rainey's leg above
the knee with a grip that left purple
bruises there before the day was over
"We two, matey," he said. "Now
you an' me'Il have a tot of stuff that
ain't doped."
He moved about the little cabin
with an astounding freedom and snre:
.. ness. chuckling as he' handled bottle
and glasses and measured out th
whisky and water.
"Wen vo're blind," he said, rain
mlng his pipe full of black tobacco
"the.-'s iY.:i.'v il In.-s omes to ye. 1 j
know the run- of ; --iiil ldlnd'o-d, -you
iv.ljr :av. 1 c'.:u go aloft in a
pinch, or ijut. i.e.. .'..ore gioV"
Liu.' RsJuey uast. hied after the firt
glaj.s. though Lund vent on lowering
the bottle without uppurent effect.
"So yo're a bit oi a sailor?" the
giaut asked presently. "An' a scholar.
You can navigate, I make no doubt?"
i "I hope to get a chance to learn on
the trip," answered Rainey. "I know
the general principles, but 1 ve never
tried to use a sextant. I'm going to
get the skipper to help me out Or
Carisen."
"Carisen! What in h 1 does a doc doctor
tor doctor know about navigation?" demand demanded
ed demanded Lund.
Ka;ney told him what the girl had
said, and the giant grunted.
"I have my doubts whether they'll
ever help ye," he said. "Wish I could.
But it 'ud be hard without my eyes.
An I've got no sextant an no book o'
tables. It's too bad."
His disappointment seemed keen,
and Rainey could not fathom It. Vhy
had both Lund and Carisen seemed to
lay stress on this matter? Why was
the doctor relieved and Lund disap disappointed
pointed disappointed at his Ignorance?
CHAPTER III.
Target Practice.
The Karluk was an eighty-five-ton
schooner, Gloster Fisherman type,
with a length of ninety and a beam
of twenty-five feet. Her enormous
stretch of canvas, spread to the limit
on all possible occasions by Captain
Simms, was offset by the pendulum of
lead that made up tier keel, and she
could slide through the seas at twelve
knots on her best point 'of sailing
reaching the wind abaft her beam.
After Rainey had demonstrated at
the wheel that he had the mastery of
her and had shown that he possessed
sea-legs, Cartain Simms appointed
him second mate.
"We don't carry one as a rule," the
skipper said. "But it'll give you a
rating and the right to eat in tha

caCInr He 1;:.d rot brought up tne
subject of Rainey's kidnaping, and
Rainey let it go. There was no use
nrsminir about the inevitable. The

rafinir and the cabin fare seemed of- J
fered as an apology, and he was will willing
ing willing to accept it.
Carlson acted as first mate, and
Rainev had to acknowledge liim
1
cient. lie fancied the man must have (
been a ship s surgeon, and so picKei
np his seamanship. A sailor named
Hansen was promoted to acting quar quar-j
j quar-j terrnaster, and relieved Rainey. Carl-
sen spent most of tiis tune attenoani
j on the girl or (hatting with the hunt hunt-t
t hunt-t ers, with whom he .oon appeared on
j terms of intimacy.
i The hunters esteemed Ihemselves
j above the sailors, as they were, In in intelligence
telligence intelligence and earning capacity,
j There were six hunters and twelve
sailors, outside of a general roust roust-j
j roust-j about and butt named "Sandy," who
j cleaned up the forecastle and the
j hunters' quarters, where they messed
j apart, and helped Tamada, the cooi.
in the galley with his pots and dishes.
"'Cordin' to the agreement," Lund
said to Rainey, "the gold's to be spl:t
into a hundred shares. One for each
sailorman, an' they chip in for the
boy. Two for the hunters, two for
the cook, four for Dergstrom, the first
mate, who died at sea. Twenty for
ship's share.' Fifty shares to be spilt
between Simms an me."
"What's the 'ship's sharer" asked
Rainey.
"Represents capital investment.
Matter of fact, it belongs to the gal,"
said Lund. "Simms gave her the Kar Karluk.
luk. Karluk. It's In her name with the insur insurance."
ance." insurance." "Then he and his daughter get
forty-five shares, and you only twenty-five?"
Yo'u got It right." grinned Lund.
"Simms is no philanthropist. It wa'n't
so easy for me to git enny one to go
in with me, son. 1 ain't the first man
to come trailiu' in with news of a
strike. An I had nothin to show for
it. Matter of fact. Honest Simms was
the only one who didn't laff at me'
outright.
"An we had a hard an' tight agree agreement
ment agreement drawn up on paper, signed, wit
nessed an' recorded. 'Course it holds
him as well as it holds me, but he gits
the long end of that stick. Wen I
read, or got it read to me, In the
Seattle 'evs-Courier, that the Karluk
was listed as 'Arrived' In San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, It was all I could do to git car
fare an grub money. If I hadn't bin
blind, an'xsome of 'em half-way human
to'ard a man with his lights out. I'd
never have raised it..
"But I'm here an I've got some say say-so.
so. say-so. One thing, you're goin" to git
Bergstrom's share. I don't give a
d n where the doctor comes in. If
he marries the gal he'll git her twen twenty
ty twenty shares, ennyway. Though he ain't
married her yet. And I ain't through
with Simms yet," he added, with .nn
emphasis that was a trifle grim,
Rainey thought.
"It's me an you ag'in the rest of
'em. seems to me, Rainey. The doc's
aimin to be the Big Boss aboard this
schooner. He's got the skipper buf
faloed. But not me, not by a jugful
lie slammed his big fist against the
side of the bunk so viciously that it
seemed to jar the cabin. The blow
was typical of the man. Rainey
decided. lie felt for Lund not exact-
lv a likine. but an attraction, o cer
tain compelled admiration. The giant
was elemental, with a driving fore
Inside him that was dynamic, mag magnetic.
netic. magnetic. What a magnificent pirate he
would have made, thought Rainey.
looking at his magnificent proportions
and considering the crude philosophies
that. cropped out In his talk.
"I'm in life for the loot or It,
Rainey," Lund declared. "Food an'
flrlnk to tickle my tongue an till my
belly, the woman I happen to want,
in' bein' able to iiy ennything I set
oiy fancy on. The answer to that is
Gold. With it you can buy most enny
thing. Not all winimen, I'll giant yon
that. Not. the kind of woman I'd want
for a steady mate. Thet's one thing
I've fouud out can't be bought, my
son, the honor of a good woman. An'
thet's the sort of woman I'm lookin'
for.
"This is my gold, an' I'm goin to
handle it. If enny one tries to swizz'e
me out of it I'm goin' to swizzle back.
"An Thet'a the Sort of
in' Far."
Woman I'm

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n you can lay to that. Not forget forget-t;n"
t;n" forget-t;n" them that stands by me."
L'etween Lund and Simms there ex-tste-1
a sort of armed truce. No open
reference was made to the desertion
of Lund on the floe. But Rainey knew
that it rankled in Lund's mind. The
five, I'eggy Simms, her father, Carl Carl-sen,
sen, Carl-sen, Lund and Rainey. ostensibly

tne - sed together, but
Rainey's duties
generally kept him
on. deck until
Carisen had suthcientlv completed hiss
own meal to relieve him. By that ;
tifc.e the girl and the captain had left :
the table.
Lund invariably waited for Rainey. (
Tamada kept the food hot for 'them.
To Rainey, Tamada seemed the
hardest worked man aboard ship. He
had three messes to cook and he was
busy from morning until night, effi efficient,
cient, efficient, tireless and even-tempered. Tim
crew, though they acknowledged his
6ki:i. were Califoi nians. either by
birth or adoption, and the racial
prejudice against the Japauese wa
apparent.
A week of good wind was followed
by dirty weather. The persistenc
and increasing opiositioii of the stoma
seemed to have a corresponding SCc1
upon Captain Simms.
He grew daily more irritable and
morose, even to his daughter. Only
the doctor appeared able to get aloug
with him on easy terms, and Rainey
noticed that, to Carisen, the skipper
6eemed conciliatory even to deference,
I'eggy Simms watched her father
with worried eyes. The curious, tar tarnished
nished tarnished look of his tanned skin grew
until the flesh seemed continually dry
and of an earthy color; his lips
peeled, and more than once he shook
as if with a chill.
On the eleventh day but, Rainey
wct below In the middle of the after afternoon
noon afternoon for his seaboots. In the main
cabin he found Simms seated in a
chair with his daughter leaning over
him. speaking to her In a harsh, com complaining
plaining complaining vo'ee.
"No, you an't d a thing for me,"
he wps saying. "It's this sciatica
Tve got to get Carls 'n."
As Rainey passed through to his
own little stateroom neither of them
noticed' him, but he f aw that the cap- j
tain was shivering, Ms hands picking
almost convulsively at the tablecloth
"Where's Carisen. curse him!"
Rainey heard through his cabin parti partition.
tion. partition. "Tell him I can't stand this any
longer. He's got to help me. Got to
Got to."
As Rainey appeared, walking
heavily in his boots, the girl looked
up. Her father was slumped in hU
chair, his face buried on his folded
arms. The girl glanced at him doubt doubtfully,
fully, doubtfully, apparently uncertain whethei
to go herself to find Carisen or stay
with her father.
"Anything I can do. Miss Simms:
Your father seems quite ill."
The hesitation of the girl even t
speak to him was very plain tc
Rainey. Suddenly she threw up het
chin.
. "Kindly find Doctor Carisen," sh
ordered, rather than requested. UA?M
hi-i to come as soon as he can. I
She turned uncertain'y to her father
"Can I help you ro get him into the
cabin?" asked I'niney.
She thanked 1 im with lips, not eyes
and he Assist el her to shift the si-
most helpless man ii to his room and
bunk. He was like a stuffed sack be between
tween between them, save that his bods
twitched. Whil Rainey took most oj
the weight, he marveled at th
strength of the slender girl and th
wav In which she ar plied it. Simms.!
seemed to have fain'ed. to be on th
vfrg' o" unconscious' -ess or even uttet
collapse. Rainey felt his wrist., and
the pulse was almost imperceptible.
"I'll ger the doctor immediately.'" h
said.
"Mighty funny sort of sciatica.'
:.c:r."y told himself as he hurried for forward.
ward. forward. He knew where Carisen was,
in the hunters' cozy quarters, playins
poker.
"The skipper's ill." said Rainey.
"No pulse. Almost unconscious."
('arisen raised his eyebrows.
' Didn't know 'you were a physician,"
he said. "Just one of his speils. I'll
tln'sh this hand. Too good to lay
down. The skipper can wait, for
nce."
The hunters grinned as Carisen
took his time to draw his cards, make
his bets and eventually win the pot on
three queens.
'T wonder what your real game is?"
Rainey asked himself as he affected
TO THE PUBLIC
I am running two woodsaws. John
Hatchell and Arthur Willoughby are
operating them. See them or phone
368 and your wood will be cut on short
notice.
D. N. MATHEWS
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton. Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c.
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t
Call phone iU8 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
If you are not already using Fed Federal
eral Federal Bakery rolls now is the time to
btgin. None better. l-6t
OVERALLS 75c. on SALE Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t

to vtch the Play. According to hi?

own announcement Carisu was de de-!
! de-! liberately neglecting the father of th
girl he was to marry and at the same
1 time slighting the captain to his owr
men. Csi risen 'rvw in his chips and
leisurely made a i.-t e of the amount.
J The enptsin did not make his
" pearance for tl at clay, the next, oi
' ;he next. Carisen kept his own coun counsel,
sel, counsel, aud Peggy Sii s spent most ol
her time In the main cabin with het
eyes always roving to her father's
door. Carisen was the apparent con-,
troller of th schooner. Lund wa
quick to sense this.
"We got to bloc.; that t arisen?
game." he said to Rainey. "iheres r
nigger in the woodp'le somewhere an f
vou an me got to nncover him, matey j
i ufore we reach Bering strait, or yon.
'rn' me'll hnish this trip squattin' : i
: the rocks of one of the Tour Mountain'
'slunds makin faces at the gulls. j
"I wish you c'ud git under the sklnj
of that Jap. No ue tryin to git 'r ;
with the crew or the hunters. They're j
rg'in' loth of u
ers are. The
leastwise the hunt-
hands don't count i
They're jest plain hash." j
Lund spoke with an absolute con (
tempt of the sailors that was char-j
acteristic of the man.
"They don't look on us two as mas-1
cots," went on Lund, "r.ut to git bacls j
to tbaf Jap.- Forewarned Is f ore- j
armed. He ain't over an above liked, i
but they've got used to him goin' bncS j
an forth witi their grub, an' thei;
sort of despise him for a yellow, j
skinned coolie. t
"Now, Tamada ain't no coolie. 1
know Japs. He's a cut above his job
An there ain't much goin on that
Tamada ain't wise to. See if yot
can't get next to him. Trouh'e is he'i
too d n neutral. He knows he's safe, (
becoz he's cook an a d n' good one
But he's wise to what Carlsen's play
in at.
"Carisen don't care for man, worn-!
nn, God or the devil. Neither do Vs
he concluded. "An Tve got a card oi
two up my sleeve."
The storm blew out, and there cam?
n spell of pleasant weather. Simmi
was still confined to his cabin.
Except for observations And the de details
tails details of navigation, Carisen left th
schooner to Rainey. They were wel'
off the coast, out of the fogs, appar apparently
ently apparently alone upon the lonely ocean that
ran sparkling to the far horizon. Tl
was warm, there was little to do, th
sailors, as well as the hunters, spent i
most of their time lounging on th
deck.
Lund hung over the rail, smoking
or paced the deck, always close tc
Rainey. The manner In which h
vent about the ship was ttJmost un uncanny.
canny. uncanny. Except that his arms wert
ccnerallv ahead of him when hei
moved, his hands, with their woolly
covering of red hair, lightly touchlns
h.iom or rope or rail, he showed nc
hesitation, made no mistakes. Wher
the breeze was steady he would ever
take the wheel and steer perfectly bj
the "feel of the wind" on his cheek
the slap of it In the canvas, or th
creak of the rigging to tell him If Ik
was holding to the course. And he
look an almost childish 'dvlight in pro proclaiming
claiming proclaiming his prowess as helmsman.
The booms were stayed out asainst
winging in flaws and the roll of ti
sea, and Lund strode hack and fortl i
behind Rainey, who had the wheel I
The hur.tera were grouped about Car!
: -en, who. seated on the skylight, waf!
elling them something at which thejJ
uffaned at frequent intervals.
"Sp'nnin' them some of his smutts
vmi-iis" srrowled Lund, halting in hi
nromenade. "Bad for discipline, fn
'ad for us. He's the sort of fine
"athered bird that wouldn't" givi
rhoso ch:ir a first look ashore. Get
, . j
; in solid with 'em that way is :
bad ster. Yoi; can't handle a man
you make a pal of. w'en he aiu't yort
rank."
"Captain S1 turns s.ems to believe la
him," answered Rainey. Jle wondered
how much of Carlsen's inrcasi".?
dominance over the skipper Lund had
noticed.
"Simms is Carlsen's dog!" exploded
Lund. "The doc's got somethin on
him, mark me. Carlsen's a bad eu'g
an, w'en he hatches, you'll see a buz-
zaru. An you wait nes nerueu n
. .... . .. t
a doetor on somethin' that
takes
more'n a few kind words or a lie
out a bottle." v
Hansen came aft, offering to take
the wheel.
"They bane goin to shute at tar targets."
gets." targets." he said. "Meester Carisen he
put up prizes. For rifle an shotgun.
Thought you might tike to watch It
sir."
Rainey gave over the spokes and
went to the starboard rail with Lund,
watching the preparations between
fore and main masts for the competl-
Hnn n i-T tollfncr T.Tind what W8S haTV ;
penlng. Carisen pave out some shot-
gun cartridges from cardboard boxes.
twelve to each of the six .hunters.
Sandv.
th roustabout, nad heen

requisitioned to toss up empty bot- j LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
ties, and those who failed cursed him j .
for a poor thrower. A hunter name! j rjn F. E. McClane is now located
Demlng mad? no misses, and secured m Commerci3L Bank building. Olfi :e
first prize of ten dollars In gold, with 211 two rings; residence
a man named Beale scoring two he-p, ff
hind him, and getting half that j Pne 15L
amount from Carisen.
Then came the test with the rifles, j CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c
The weapons were all of the aroe per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Mon-caliber.
caliber. Mon-caliber. well oileil. and in perfect coo-, pisHEL'S. 3t
dltion. Each of the hunters had j
few shells In hi jHsession. but they!
lacked the total of six dozen by aj Complete aortmert of the rena rena-considerable
considerable rena-considerable margin. ;inc Parker Lucky-Curv? Fountain
Carisen went lelow for the nec- j prn5 nt Arti-Mcr.opolv Prir ?tor
saiT at.ii iunlr'on 1 :!e tlie t;.iret wa
courp'eted rr. nt In p'a". A I:eg j OVERALLS Toe. or; 7 ALU Satar Satar-hsd
hsd Satar-hsd l.oe rig7-d with weirht v.t j FISHEL'S. 3t
slurs to keep It r.pr.ght. and a tin ; J

run. painted white, set on a short t
spar
fn n end Of the K g. A Jl"m i
line ias attached t a '.nie. Ht d the

mark low"efel over the siera. wLere it
rode, bobbing 2n the tail cf tha
schooner's wake, thirty fathoms from
the taffrail where the crowd gath gathered.
ered. gathered. More bullets hit the keg than the
can. and Carlen was often called
upon as umpire. But the tin gradual gradually
ly gradually became ragged and blotched where
the steel-jacketed missiles tore
through. Reale and iH-ming both had
five clean, undisputed hits, tying for
first prize. Beale oTered to shoot It
off with six niorv sheils apiece, and
Deniing" consented.
"Can't be done." dec-la red Carlser.
"Not right now, anyway. I gave out
the last shell there was in the maga magazine."
zine." magazine." "Perr.ed funny," said Peming, "a
sealer shy on cartridges! Lucky we
ain't worryin" about thet sort of a
cargo."
"Probably plenty aboard some somewhere,"
where," somewhere," said Carisen, "but I dont
know where they are. You boys have
got me beaten on rirk s and shotguns,"
he went on, producing fnn his hip
pocket a fiat, effective-looking1 auto automatic
matic automatic pistol of heavy ca!l!er. "How
are you on small arms?"
The hunters shook their heads dubi dubiously.
ously. dubiously.
"Never use 'em," said Pemln.
"Never could do much with that kind,
enny how. Give me a revolver, an 1
might make out to hit r. whale, if h
was close enough, but not vith one o
them."
"Not much difference," said Carl,
sen. "Any of you got revolvers?"
No one spoke. It was against th
unwritten laws of a vessel for pistols
to be owned forward of the main
cabin. Beale finally answered for tht
rest.
"Nary a pistol, sir."
"Then," said Carisen, Til give you
an exhibition myself. Any bottlei
left? Beale. will you toss them for
me."
There were eight shots In the auto,
matic, and Carisen. smashed seven
bottles in midair. The hunters shout shouted
ed shouted their appreciation.
"Break all of 'em?" Lund asked
Rainey. "Enny bottles left at all?"
He walked toward the taffrall, ad addressing
dressing addressing Carisen.
"Kin you shoot by sound as well si
by sight. Doc?" he challenged.
"I fancy not," said Carisen.
"If I had ray eyes I'd snapshot y
for a hundred bucks," said Lund. "As
It is. I might target one or two.
Rainey, have some one run a line,
head-high, an' fix a bottle on It, will
ye? I ain't got a gun o my own.
Doc," he continued, "will you lend m
yours?" Carisen filled his, clip and
Lund turned toward Rainey, who was
rigging the target.

Til want you to tap It with a
stick," he said. "Signal-flag staffll
fine."
Rainey got the slender bamboo and
stood hy. Lund felt for the cord
passed his fingers over the suspended
bottle and stepped off five paces, heft hefting
ing hefting the automatic to Judge Its bal bal-ance.
ance. bal-ance. Rainey tapped the bottle on th
neck and It gave out a little t'nkla
lost Immediately In the crash of splin splin-tering
tering splin-tering glass as the bottle, hit falrlj
In the torn label, broke In half.
"How much left?"
as'ed Lund
"Half? Tetch It up."
Again he fired and azaln the bullet
found the mark. leaving only the nee
of the bottle still hanging. Lunif
grinned.
"Thet's all." he s i id. "Jest wanted
to show ye what n Mind man can do
If he's put to It."
There was little applause. Carlser
took his gun In si'ene and moved for forward
ward forward v-lth ti e hunters and the on
lookers. disapT'earing be'ow.
"Given 'em someth'r.rr to ta'l
about." chnckled Lund. "Ca rises
wanted to show Lis fancy shootin.
j Wal. I've shown 'em J ain't entirely
j wreckcl. if I sin t cr.rry'x lights. An
I slipped m.re u mie over on Carisen
at that."
Rainey did not catch his entire
meaning and s lid noth'ng.
"Did yo-i get wi-e to the play about
the shel!s:-" rs'ced Lund. "A smart
trick, though IU::air.g iJmost tumbled.
Carisen got those dumb fools of hunt hunters
ers hunters to tire away every shell they hap-
i pened to have for'trd. If the maga
zine's empty, I'll l et Carisen knows
where they's plenty more shells. If we
ever needed ein bad. But now those
rifles an shotguns ain't no more use
than so many clubs not to the hunt hunters.
ers. hunters. An he's found out they ain't got
enny pistols. He's got one, an' shows
'em how straight he shoots. Jest in case
there should be enny trouble between
'em. Plays both ends to the middle,
does Carisen. Slick! But he ain't
won the pot. They's a Joker In this
game. Mebbe he holds It. mebbe not.
He nodded mysteriously, well
j pleased with himself.
J
j (Continued Tomorrow)
Salt n illet, already waled, at th
City Fun Market.
24 tl



OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISET.3ENTS

TOR SALE Vz-ton Maxwell truck,
in first class condition with five
cord tires, or will exchange for
good Ford touring car with differ difference.
ence. difference. J. D. McCaskiU. 4-3t
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
rooms at 304 N. Main street. Rates
$1 per day or $5 per week. Phone
476. 4-3t
FOR RENT Four nicely furnished
rooms with private bath; private
entrance; $25 month. C. C. Bryant,
805 Tuscawilla St. 3-3t
"WANTED Position in office. Can
use typewriter and take shorthand.
Can also assist in bookkeeping. Ac Accurate
curate Accurate with figures. Can furnish
good references. Reasonable salary
required. Address P. O. Box 88,
Ocala, Fla. 2-6t
TOR RENT Unfurnished apartment.
Phone 389 or apply to S. S. Savage
Sr., 746 Wyomena St., Ocala. 2-6t
FOR SALE All aluminum, 3-well
fireless cooker, the Manson-Camp-bell
make; good as new. Complete
$15. Address TVI. 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. V 2-6t
LOST Ladies' Waltham watch, clos closed
ed closed case, Roman figures, filigree on
both sides. Reward for return. Miss
Rena Smith at Style Hat Shop. 6t
MULES Ten pair 'four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun-

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magnetoes Recharged Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.iand Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

The
is
r

dred and fifty a pair. Anthony j

Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf
tKJti aAUi lazi nve passenger
Ford; self starter, splendid tires; a
real bargain. Murphy Mortor Com Company.
pany. Company. 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
FOR SALE-Good milk cow giving
about ten quarts a day; gentle and
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-!
rington Hall hotel. 30-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
s us a triaL Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf
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. 26-tf
FOR SALE A Glenwood wood range.
Almost new and a bargain. Apply
to Mrs. H. F. Watt. 2-6t
PAINTING For the better class of
interior painting and refinishing
furniture and pianos, phone 107. T.
D. Dillon. 29-6t
first cast
practically the

Mack Taylor
Phone 348 Ocala, Fla.
Dodge Brothers
sedan

OCALA DUES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. J. Q. Smith of Center Hill was
a visitor iu the city today.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Judge W. S. Bullock is holding
court at Bushnell this week.
Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at
FISHEL'S. 3t
Mrs. Kate Medlin of Gainesville,
spent the day in the city, coming to
Ocala especially to shop.
November Victor Records now at
THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Fair tonight and Saturday, slightly
warmer extreme north portion.
This morning, 48; this afternoon, 68.
36 in. PERCALES 14c. per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.
Mr. Isaac Stevens has been remov removed
ed removed from the hospital to his home. Mr.
Stevens' condition remains about the
same.
36 in. PERCALES 14c per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.
The friends of Miss Josie Williams,
who has been quite sick for the past
two weeks, will be glad to know that
she is steadily improving.
Our orangeade machine Is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
jast received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner and
two children, Barbara and Jack, are
expected home this afternoon. Mrs.
Lindner ard children have spent the
summer in Patton, Pa., with Mrs.
Lindner's parents. They were joined
about two weeks ago by Dr. Lindner.
The members of the Wesley Bible
class held their regular business
meeting last night at the Methodist
church. After the regular business
had been transacted, a social hour
wa sspent and refreshments served.
These meetings always prove delight delightful
ful delightful and interesting and there is al-
last

ways a good attendance. Last eve evening
ning evening there were about thirty present.

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Thomas,
whose wedding took place several
weeks ago, arrived in Ocala last night
and for the present will be at the
Colonial. Mr. Thomas is receiving
congratulations on his choice of a
bride.
BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c, on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
Victor Records on sale today at the
BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
36 in. PERCALES 14c. per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel's.
The friends of Mr. J. D. Robertson
are glad to know that he is improv improving
ing improving and that he is able to enjoy the
sunshine on his porch.
Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t
Cash special Saturday and Monday,
l(i pounds of sugar for $1.00 with
$1.00 worth of other groceries.
4-2t CRESCENT GROCERY CO.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Good were visi visiters
ters visiters in Orlando yesterday. Mr. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton made the trip on business and
took friends with him to drive away
the lonesome hours on the road.
Cash special Saturday and Monday,
16 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with
$1.00 worth of other groceries.
4-2t CRESCENT GROCERY CO.
Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. 3t
Mrs. B. G. Cole and daughter, Miss
Bettie Cole moved yesterday into the
cottage on East Fifth street, which ;
has reecntly been built by Mr. S. S. j
Savage. j
We have celery, lettuce tomatoes,
beans, peppers, eggplant, sweet pota- j
toes, onions, cucumbers, cranberries, J
apples, guavas, grapefruit, oranges,'
tangerines, lemons, limes, grapes, new
crop of raisins and nuts. Free deliv
ery. Phone 596. Ft. King Confection Confectionery.
ery. Confectionery. 3-3t
Mr. O. B. Howse has been in Or Orlando
lando Orlando several days this week attend attending
ing attending to business, but is expected to re return
turn return tomorrow.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
While kid gloves cleaned free with I
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.!
Phone 443. 18-tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Cash special Saturday and Monday,
16 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with
$1.00 worth of other groceries.
4-2t CRESCENT GROCERY CO.
Have you been getting any of the j
OUTING we have been selling at 15c. i
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t
Mr. and Mrs. George Nash of Or
lando, are visitors in the city. $Ir.
and Mrs. Nash are well remembered
as former citizens of Ocala and are
always welcome on their visits here, t
They are riding in a dandy new Stutz
touring car this trip.
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
For fresh meat call phone 108." Main
Street Market. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c.
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c.
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Coffee and cinnamon rolls fresh ev every
ery every day at the Federal Bakery. l-6t
This is a Studebaker year. tf
D. W. Purvis, formerly superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the state prison farm, known
several years ago as Bradford farms,
and the builder of the present model
penal colony at Raiford, is among the
prominent visitors in Jacksonville to today.
day. today. Capt. Purvis arrived yesterday
to meet Hastings H. Hart, of the
American Prison Congress, and a
number of other friends in the organ organization,
ization, organization, and will remain in the city
several days. Capt. Purvis is recog recognized
nized recognized as one of the best informed men

in Florida on prison control and man management,
agement, management, and during his long service
in charge of the state prison farm
built up a system that won the praise
and commendation of prison authori authorities
ties authorities throughout the world. He is now
making headquarters at Ocala, near
which city he has a large planta plantation.
tion. plantation. Times-Union.

j xesi dinner in vie state ior t oc taj
! and drink all you want. Union Station
i Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
Chiropractic is no longer a theory,
but a practical demonstrated fact.
JYou can be speedily restored to per
fect health by having the cause of
your ailment removed. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala, House. 22-tf
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 delivery.
ery. delivery. Phone 596. Ft. King Confection Confectionery.
ery. Confectionery. 3-3t
This is a Studebakar year. if
New bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phone
19. 10-12-tf
November -Victor Records now at
THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t

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tive attractive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theos
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terrier, 60c on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
The best is none too good for our our-customers;
customers; our-customers; that's why we make the
best bread and rolls to be had. We aim
to please. Federal Bakery. l-6t
j Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.93 at
' FISHEL'S. 3t
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day Saturday and Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t

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

Cranford Standley's home made
candies fresh daily. Quality Fruit
Store, next to Masters- 29-tf
. CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to cus customer,
tomer, customer, 60c on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3f
$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re reward
ward reward for the arrest of party and
return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night.
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.
King and S. Magnolia St. 4-tf
FOR RENT Five room apartment.
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
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