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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Sunday, no change in temperature. TEMPE3ATUSS3 Thia morning, 50; this afternoon, 72.
VOL 27 OCALA ELORJDA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, IS21 1M.
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COIil WEB VILL
GDEATLY UREASE TR1II ACREAGE

In Preparing for Next Year's
Better Plan

It is Believed that Large Crops Must be Produced If More Bayers Are to Be
- Attracted and Indications Are That There Will be Net Less
Than Five Thousand Acres Planted in Truck Next "Spring

Withe the plans that are being
made for an extensive t planting ofj
truck crops in Marion ; county next
spring, on a scale exct'eding anything
in previous years, it las become evi evident
dent evident that a new point I of view is now
actuating the truck growers in this
county. There has been a theory
among the truck growers in the past
that if the plantings were limited bet better
ter better prices would be obtained, and this
has worked against an extensive
planting of vegetables for the early
.northern markets. The idea that is
now taking hold of the truckers Is
that there must be a larger acreage
of vegetables planted if the buyers
are to be attracted. No large num number
ber number of buyers, it is now believed, will
come into a territory unless $he vol volume
ume volume of produce is sufficient to justjlfy
their doing so. The vegetable grow growers
ers growers of Marion county, in other words,
are beginning to realize that those
sections of the country that have
made the biggest t, success of truck
crops have specialized, in these crops
to an extent that; attracted the buyers
to them. ;' ;"; '
,The past several years in Marion
county have seen an increasing num number
ber number of vegetable buyers .coming in
here during the seasons. This last
spring the tomato crop of this county
assumed new proportions, and the to tomato
mato tomato crop of Marion next spring will
probably run into thousands of acres.
The carrying quality of the Marion
county tomato has made an impres impression
sion impression on the buyers. The 'buyers have
found that the tomatoes of some other
, sections do not ship as well as the
tomatoes grown in this county. .This
gives promise, therefore, of being one
of the outstanding truck crops of this
section and it is probable that Marion
county will in the future be known
for its tomatoes just as other, sections
are known for their potatoes, celery,
strawberries, and so on.
Other truck crops successfully
grown in Marion county are cabbage,
string beans, cucumbers, lettuce and
peppers, and this county, lias been
known for years as a watermelon and
cantaloupe section. The largest buy buyers
ers buyers of watermelons in the country
make their headquarters here during
the shipping season. !,
Another element that is entering
into the truck growing of Marion
county is that business men who have
never engaged in agriculture of any
kind are going in for trucking.
The Marion County Board of .Trade
estimates that not less than 5000 acres
will be planted" in truck crops in this
county next spring, and the proba probability
bility probability is that the acreage will be sev several
eral several thousand acres more than this.
The acreage of watermelons will be
the largest with tomatoes second, with
the indications that he tomato crop
will be somewhere around 1500 acres.
DELAND FOOTBALL TEAM
ARRIVED LAST NIGHT
The members of tne DeLand foot football
ball football team arrived iast night, coming
across country in cars. The team, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. B. F. Ezell, prin principal
cipal principal of the DeLand high school, put
I up at the Colonial Hotel. They are
as follows:
Wendell F. Rasco, coach; Stout,
center; Summerhill and Berry,
guards; Jones and Swinney, tackles;
Skeels and Johnson, ends; Walters,
quarterback; Coppedge and Ackroyd,
halfbacks; Tatum, fullback. Pratt
and Rosco, subs.
They are a fine-looking set of boys,
and full of pep. : The members of thw
local team are extending the visitors
the usual courtesies.
WEEK OF PRAYER
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will hold a week
of prayer, Nov. 2 to 12 inclusive. The
meetings will be held in the after
noon at 3:30 o'clock. The following is
the program:
Monday: Mrs. G. W. Martin, leader.
Subject, "Prayer and Missionary
Achievement."
Tuesday: Mrs. Barnett leader. Sub
ject, "Prayer and Gift for Holding
Institutes."
Wednesday: Mrs.. White leader.
Subject, "Prayer and Gift for Lam
bnth Training School
Thursday: Mrs. M, M. Little leader.
Program by the young people.
Friday: Mrs. Therrell leader. Pro
gram by the juniors.
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.

Crops, They Have a New and
to Work Out.

MAKE WAR ON THE
CONFIDENCE MEN
Governor Hardee Calls on Sheriffs of
East and South Florida to Exert
-Extra Vigilance
Tallahassee, Nov. 5 Gov. Hardee
has addressed the following letter to
the sheriffs of all South Florida and
Last Coast counties: V
I am writing, particularly the sher sheriffs
iffs sheriffs of South and East Florida, be because,
cause, because, it, is generally r this section
which has, heretofore, been troubled
with that class of law breakers which
migrate to Florida with the approach
of winter.
, I feel Jthat working co-operatively
together, the sheriffs and police offi officers
cers officers can rid our state of wire-tappers,
confidence men and crooks of that
sort. We have had in the past much
violation of law, resulting from the
coming cf thugs, automobile" thieves,
forgers, swindlers and criminals of
various sorts, who migrate to Florida
with the approach of the tourist sea season.
son. season. ,' I wish to call on you for special
diligence in an effort to keep out this
class of criminals. T
I will feel very nappy, if we can go
through the coming tourist season
without any appreciable criminal ac activities
tivities activities from this class. In those coun counties,
ties, counties, where there is such large tour tourist
ist tourist travel, I know there is greater dif difficulty,
ficulty, difficulty, but I am convinced that even
in the tourist counties that vigilance
on the part of the sheriffs and capa capable
ble capable deputies will "hold down a great
deal of crime, such as -heretofore has
reflected upon our state,
; I will! be pleased to have an ex expression
pression expression from you with advice on
such plans as you may have lunder
consideration, looking towards better
enforcement of the law.'
4 With personal regards, I am,
Very truly yours,
Cary A. Hardee, Governor.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Methodist
, C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Special music by orchestra.
11 a. m. Sermon and the Lord's
Supper.
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
, 7:30 p. m. -Preaching. Subject, "A
Warless World."
Music by orchestra and choir.
Baptist
Rev. a L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship with
sermon, subject, "Late s Biggest
Business."
6:30 p. ra. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:30 p. m. Senior B. Y.-P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Sub
ject of address, -"Who Is Your Mas Master?"
ter?" Master?" "Better go to church."
Presbyterian
(Rev. W F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser
mon, "Christian Warfare.""
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser
mon, "Walking wortny."
Every one will find a cordial wel
come.
' ..
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Twenty-fourth Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Holy communion. Sermon
on subject, "Missions vs. Munitions."
Observing the centennial of the board
ox missions.
No evening service. AD welcome.
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
10 a. m. -Bible school, v ?
11 a. m.; Communion service fol follow
low follow by special sermon by request.
7:30 a. m. Preaching.
Special mid-week service Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
A cordial welcome to every one.
Christian Science Society
Room. 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
' Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
This is a Studebaker year, tf

SECflETARY VEEKS'
CAUSTIC GflMr.lEEJT

Head of the War Depart meat Rather
More Than Insinuates That Wat Watson
son Watson Isn't Decent
' C Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 5. Secretary of
War Weeks, referring today to the
charges against army nurses in par particular
ticular particular and .the alleged execution of
soldiers without courtmartial in gen general,
eral, general, made in the Senate by Senator
Watson, made the following state statement
ment statement today:
"No decent man would make such
charges, and I measure my words
when X say that."
COLOMBIAN STATESMEN
WANT MORE COIN
Feeble Chance that Americans May
.Yet Escape Paying The
Panama Indemnity
. Bogota, Colombia, Nov. 5. Opposi Opposition
tion Opposition to approval of the treaty between
Colombia and pie United States has
arisen in the chamber of deputies.
The senate has" already approved the
pact by which $25,000,000 would be
paid this country by thte United States
in settlement of the controversy re resulting
sulting resulting rom the establishment of the
Panaman republic. Itis pointed out
by opponents of the treaty that as it
stands it does not guarantee any com compromise
promise compromise obtained by Colombia.
AN ADDITION..TO
OCALAS ATTRACTIVENESS
; r
Mr. ,W. M. Davidson, proprietor of
the Union Station Restaurant, .is
brightening up his surroundings,
making his part of the station prem premises
ises premises attractive to the eyes-of not only
travelers on the trains but the home
folks. i
Mr. Davidson has put up a line of
shelves just below the level of the
windows on the north side of his Res Restaurant,
taurant, Restaurant, and filled them with potted
plants, tastefully arranged. Below
them, close to the wall of the building,
on the north and east sides, he has
laid out small flower beds, in which
he has planted pansies and other
dainty blossoms, which will soon be
in full bloom.
Mr. Davidson is doing his town a
service, 'for. every 'traveler on. the
trains who sees the plants and flowers
will &i once form a much better opin opinion
ion opinion of Ocala than would be gained by
almost any other object. Ornaments
of this sort are so scarce at railway;
stations the country over that travel travelers
ers travelers always notice them in the com comparatively
paratively comparatively few places where they oc occur.
cur. occur.
Home folks also will be pleased and
refreshed to see the flowers.
Mrs. W. J. Pooser and children of
Atlanta, who have been visiting Mrs.
Pooser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Rawls, of Fellowshipare now visiting
Mrs. Pooser's brother, Mr. C. B.
Rawls, and family, in Ocala. Mrs.
Pooser will leave Sunday afternoon
for Baltimore, where she will make
her future home, Mr. Pooser having
accepted a responsible position with
the Inland Steamship Company.
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c.
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t
CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to cus customer,
tomer, customer, 60c. on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
Presbyterjan auxiliary circles will
meet next week as follows: Circle
No. 1, Mrs. J. C. Smith,- chairman,
will meet Monday afternoon at four
o'clock with Mrs. W. V. Newsom;
circle No. 2, Mrs. W. W. Condon,
chairman,' will meet with Mrs. R. Lb
Martin at Lake Weir Monday after afternoon;
noon; afternoon; circle No. 3, Mrs- G. S. Scott
chairman, will meet Monday afternoon
at three o'clock with Mrs. A. E. Gerig;
circle No. 4, Miss Elizabeth Davis
chairman, will meet Tuesday evening
at eight o'clock with the chairman.
CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c.
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. 2t
The many friends of Mayor Frank
IL Thompson and "Mrs. Thompson
were greeting them yesterday after
their arrival Wednesday night from
a five weeks trip overland. They
traveled over 3500 miles and had a
most pleasant journey, visiting New
York,' Baltimore, Washington and
mountain points in North Carolina
and other sections of the north of in interest.
terest. interest. The mayor stated that he
was certainly glad to get back to
Lakeland, where everything looked
good to him. Lakeland Star.
Mrs. Thompson before her marriage
was Miss Nellie Gottlieb cf this city.

EEflEU ROAR
FOR FLORIDA

As A Doted Under Terms of the High-
way Act Amounts to Less Than
Nine Hundred Thousand
Dollars
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 5. To secure a
part or all of its allotment of the
$75,000,000 federal appropriation for
road construction for the remainder
of the fiscal year, a state must select
a. connected road system not exceed exceeding
ing exceeding seven per cent of its entire road
mileage for improvement with federal
aid under the terms of the federal
highway act, enactment of which has
just been completed, according to an
analysis of the bill today by the Fed Federal
eral Federal Farm Bureau Federation. The
, amount of federal aid received on any
project is not to exceed 50 per cent of
the estimated cost except in states
where more than five per cent of the
area is unappropriated public land.
Florida's allotment as estimated by
the federation is $886325.
FAIRFIELD WILL HAVE',,
" LARGE TRUCK CROP
Fairfield, Nov. 5. This community,
which is located in one of the richest
sections of Marion county, will ship
many cars of vegetables next spring
if present expectations are realized.
The truck growers of this section
plan next spring, to plant 300 acres of
beans, 300 acres of cucumbers, 250
acres in tomatoes and 500 acres in
watermelons, or jnore than 1300 acres
in truck. New farms opened in this
section include one of 400 acres, one
of forty and one of 100 acres. General
repair work is taking place in the
community. The new plantings of
citrus fruits here total eighty acres.
SUWANEE SPECIAL
Ocala people, except those who stay
up all night, will have -little opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to gaze upon the Suwanee Spe Special,
cial, Special, on the Seaboard, as it will pass
thru here at night. The first train
on this new run .will arrive tomorrow
night southbound at 1:34 a. m..' In
order to get out of its way, the local
train from Jacksonville will be speed speeded
ed speeded up and arrive in Ocala at 12:44.
Going north the special will pass thru
Ocala at 3:06 a. m. The time of the
northbound local, 2:20 a. ra., will not
be changed.
Mr. TV D. Dillon is spending the
week-end in Tampa.
Mr. D. M. Barco, supervisor of reg
istration, was in town 'today from his
home at Cotton Plant.
Don't miss the' book sale at THE
SPECIALTY SHOP.. See the display
in window next door east, uet your
reprint fiction at -half price. : Sale
lasts one week only. The SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 2-3t
i i
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t
Mr. W. R. Bailey left yesterday for
a two weeks' business trip to New.
York and Washington.
Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.98. FISHEL'S. St ;
Crahford Stanley's home made
candies fresh daily. Quality Fruit
Store, next to Master- 29-tf
Mrs. C. G. Bryant has returned
from a visit to her brother and his
wife, at Winter Haven.
BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c, on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t
Mr. F. IL Logan of Ocala, who has
spent the past few days here on busi business,
ness, business, left yesterday for other points.
Orlando Sentinel.
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c
a yard? FISHEL'S. 3t
Dewey and Lawrence are keeping
their restaurant .open twenty-four
hours a day. Mr. G H. Wiek has
charge during the nocturnal hours.
CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to cus customer,
tomer, customer, 60c on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. .- 2t
Mr. George Yancey and family, of
Sao Paula, Brazil, are recent arrivals
in the Unifed States and are visiting
his brother, Mr. G. L. Lancey.
George is an old Umatilla boy, having
been raised here, and his many friends
in this section gave them k cordial
welcome back home Umatilla item
in Eustis Lake Region.

All IRRESPONSIBLE
: DOfASSASSII

Struck Down Takashi Hara, One Of
the Wisest of Nippon's
" Elder Statesmen
(Asoclated Press)
Washington, Nov." 5--Premier Hara
was stabbed at 7:25 p. m. Friday and
died soon afterward, the Japanese
embassy here was advised today by
the Tokio foreign office in the first
word of the assassination to reach
Washington from the Japanese gov government.
ernment. government. ALL NATIONS REGRET IT
t
Tokio, Nov. 5.Cablegrams ex expressing
pressing expressing horror over the assassina assassination
tion assassination yesterday of Premier Hara pour poured
ed poured into Tokio today from the capitals
of virtually all nations. The attack
was made by a demented youth and
there is no definite knowledge as yet
that it had its genesis in the political
rancor which actuated bitter assaults
upon Hara and his government in the
recent past.
CABINET RESIGNED
The Japanese cabinet resigned after
its meeting" this morning.
,
GRAND CHAMPIONSHIPS
- AT OUR FAIR
Grand championships for livestock
will be awarded for the first time at
a Marion county fair when this an annual
nual annual event takes place during Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving week. This fact is given added
interest because of the fact that Mar Marion
ion Marion County livestock has in recent
years won so many grand champion championships
ships championships at the state and South Florida
fairs. The new prizes are expected to
result in one of the best exhibits of
livestock that the Marion County Fair
has ever had. The fair this year will
be held November 23-25. The exhibits
of course,, will cover all of the farm
products of the county. Last year
one farmer exhibited more than 80
products from one farm, Practically
every agricultural "and horticultural
product grown in Florida is grown in
Marion county with the exception of
some of the tropical fruits found
only in the extreme southern part of
the peninsula.
A Japanese gift shop will be opened
soon by circle No. 1 of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian auxiliary. Thi3 will be a won wonderful
derful wonderful opportunity for every one to
purchase kimonas, luncheon sets,
"Tenogui," toys and novelties of all
descriptions right from the Orient.
An announcement will be made in this
paper in a few days as to the time and
place. Watch for it.
Have you been getting any of the
OUTING we have been selling at 15c
yard?- FISHEL'S. 3t
iiiii.i m ii wr r i-
Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at
FISHEL'S. 3t
The following out of town people
were in Ocala today:' W. S. Coggs Coggs-well,
well, Coggs-well, Belleview; Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Erewer, Romeo; Mrs. Mary A. Rich Rich-ter,
ter, Rich-ter, Burbank; Rec. A. D. Buck, Wild Wild-wood;
wood; Wild-wood; J. R. Guess and Joel Elston,
Willis ton.
CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. St
't m ... 1 1
3Ien's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at
FISHEL'S. 3t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
to rent for sleeping apartments, not
housekeeping. Phone 221, No. 607
Fort King Ave. 5-6t
CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t
OVERALLS 75c. on SALE Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Monday at FISHEL'S. 3t
TO THE PUBLIC
. I am running two woodsaws. John
Hatchell and Arthur Wflloughby are
operating them. See them or phone
368 and your wood will be cut on short
notice.
D. N. MATHEWS
This is a Studebaker year.
CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS 15c
per pair, on SALE Saturday and Mon
day at FISHEL'S. 3t
Victor Records on sale today at the
BOOKSHOP. 2-3t
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm ers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
. : Ocala, Fla.

HUT TRAIN IIEXT

SPRII AT t
Brooklyn National Dodgers May Swat
Practice Ball by the Blue Waters
Of Biseayne Bay
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 5. The Brookbrn
National League team probably wiiT
tram at Miami next spring, officials
of the club announced today. Thi?y
are trying to obtain proper accommo accommodations
dations accommodations there and are almost certain
the deal will be closed. The team
trained last year at New Orleans.
BRADENTOWN JURORS
CONVICTED MRS. BURCH
She Couldn't Explain Her When,
.abouts When Mrs. Harris
Was Shot
Bradentown, Nov. 5. Mrs. Flora
Burch was found guilty today of as assault
sault assault vith intent to commit murdr
m the first degree as a result of tie
shooting 'here the night of July. 16th
of Mrs. A. W. Harris, wife .ofti.e
rocal fire chief. She will be sentenced
this afternoon.
, According to the testimony submit submitted
ted submitted at th trial, Mrs. Burch attired in
male clothing, called at the Harris
home and asked for Mr. Harris. Mrs.
Harris, who testified she recognized
Mrs. "Burch, told her he was absent
and on turning to enter the house was
shot in the back. Mrs. Burch denied
all knowledge of the shooting and
sought to prove she was "hot in the
city that night. Witnesses testified
that she was driving in the country
that evening but was in the city a
half hour during the hour in which
he shooting occurred.
"EAR'S HIGHEST PRICES
FOR LIBERTY BONDS
They Rose to Ninety-Six Per Cent
Today
New York, Nov. 5-Liberty 3's
and the second, third and fourth 4 Uvs
rose" to the year's highest prices to today
day today and others of the 4. series were
strong. The 3's sold at 94.50, the
second 4U's at 94.76, the third 4M'n
at 96.92 and the fourth 44's at 95.
ASKING A NEW TRIAL
FOR THE ANARCHISTS
Dedham, Mass., Nov. 5. The hear
ing in superior court on petitions for
a new trial for Sacco and Vanzetti,
Italians convicted of murder, was re
sumed today.
SINN FEIN RAIDED
INCAUTIOUS POLICE
Belfast, Nov. 5. Sixteen Sixm
Feiners raided the police barracks tit
Kesh, County Fermanagh, last night,
overpowered four constables, seized
all rifles and ammunition and escapedL
They took advantage of the absence of
most of the garrison.
SEEKING TO BURROW UNDER
FLOOR OF THE CELLAR
New York. Nov. 5. German marlr
today established another 'new low re record,
cord, record, selling at 0.41v cents. This rep represents
resents represents a decline of two points from
yesterday's low record.
PIONEER WOMAN PREACHER
AND SUFFRAGET DEAD
Elizabeth, N. J, Nov. 5. Rev. Et.
Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell,
aged 96, believed to have been the
first woman ordained to the ministry
m this country and a pioneer woman
suffrage worker with Susan B. An
thony, died here today.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Nov. 5. Generally
fair weather and normal temperature
is the forecast for Florida the week
beginning Sunday.
The fourteenth annual Marion
County Fair to be held at Ocala, Nov.
23-2o, Thanksgiving week, is expected
to surpass all of the previous fairs
held in this county. Marion claims
the disljnction of being one of the
most diversified farming sections in
the state and the fair exhibits cover a
wide range of products. This year
special attention is being given to the
exhibits of livestock and citrus fruits.
The community exhibits will also be
aifeature. An attractive racing pro program
gram program will be furnished by the famous
Johnny J. Jones Exposition Shows.
Ladies HATS on sale Saturday and
Monday $1.93. FISHELS 2t
36 in. PERCALES 14c per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishers.
" Ladies' HATS on sale Saturday sad
Monday $L93." FISHEL'S. St

WIOB AO EFFORT
TO OUSffOELLOH

Lafollette Asserts Secretary of The
Treasury Favors the Possessors
of Wealth
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 5. Retirement
of Secretary Mellon as the fiscal head
of the government was demanded in'
the Senate today by Senator Lafol
lette, because of the attitude the Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin senator said the treasury head
neio: toward "taxation of wealth
Senator Lafollette 'asserted Mellon
had "openly and brazenly" declared
wealth could not be made to bear its
share of the burden of government.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
MEETING AT REDDICK
An extra large number of Knicrhts
were present at the regular meeting
Tuesday evening, by reauest of the
building committee. It has been the
dream of Pythians at Reddick for the
past thirteen years to have a castle
hall, a home in which to hold their
meetings, and at last their dreams are
becoming a reality.
About a month ago they appointed
a building committee, which consists
of S. L. Fridy, chairman, J. IL Will-lams,-
S. F. Rou, C. B. Howell and R.
W. McAuley Jr. These men began
work at once and now have plans to
build the castle hall which when
finished will be an attractive building
and, an asset to our community. It
will be located on the Dixie Highway.
After the regular business session
an hour was devoted to the good of
the order, and quite a number spoke
on the geod of order. Among the vis visiting
iting visiting Knights were D. E. Jones and
Mr. Turner of Mcintosh and Mr.
Brabham of Orange Lake. All these
men spoke very interestingly and all
praised the local knights for their
progressive spirit.
A few minutes was spent in
subscriptions" for the building find.
and the amount raised was in the
neighborhood of $1000, which was a
good showing for the number present.
Immediately after closing the mem-
bers and visitors were invited into
Mr. Fridy's furniture room, where
the building committee had prepar
ed a fine supper, consisting of peanut
butter, bo ued ham and cheese sand-
witches, coffee and pickles. A num
ber of the members attended church
services at Lowell and came up just
in time to be at the supper. Rev.
Creson, the pastor, came alone also
and offered thanks for the splendid
supper.
EIGHTY CENTS PER
DOZEN FOR EGGS
St. Petersburg, Nov. 5. With eggs
retailing at 80 cents a dozen, Dr. W.
E- A. Wyman, pure food inspector,
declares purchasers must get their
money's worth, and to that end he has
launched a campaign against aged
specimens of the hen product.
"Eggs unfit even for baking pur purposes
poses purposes are brought to me daily," he
said. "Eggs are high in price and
the public must and shall get an
equivalent for its money. It is up to
the merchants to either re candle the
eggs they buy or take the conse consequence."
quence." consequence." NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain execution
issued out cf the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Court, in and for Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in a certain cause therein pending
wherein Apaha Hotel Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, is plaintiff, and W. A. Miller
is defendant, I have levied on and
will on the
16th Day of November, A. D. 1S21
at the store house formerly occupied
by W. A. Miller on Broadway ttreet, in
the Ocala House, Ocala, FLa, between
the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m-, offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash the fallowing de described
scribed described personal property, to-wit:
One cash register.
One lot glassware,
One ice box.
Twenty chairs,
Seven tables,
Two gas stoves,
One bar counter,
Forty bottles White Rock water,
One tobacco cutter,
One-half box Apple Sun cured to tobacco.
bacco. tobacco. All other property in said store be belonging
longing belonging to W. A. Miller. Said property
being in the store house on Broad Broadway
way Broadway street, in the Ocala House, Ocala,
Florida. Said property being sold to
satisfy said execution and all costs.
This November 5th, A. D. 1921.
S. a M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.
W. E. Smith,
Plaintiff Attorney. ll-5-10t
Pound cakes and layer cakes at the
Federal Eakery. l-Ct
CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards to eas easterner,
terner, easterner, 60c on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. ti

TU is a Etiiialer year. tf



T&ALA EVENING STAB, SATtTRDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1921

cala Evening Star

Pahlhbrd Emr Dar Erat Sanimr ay
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

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J. II. BeajaaalB,, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla..
aecund-tJass matter.

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nothing incriminating in the man hav

ing a horse. There are a number of
horses in use at the statefarm and a
prisoner might have a chance to steal

one. We doubt that Mr. Blitch ever

made Wilson a guard or trusted him
with a gun but, all the same, he

should explain or deny the report-

Says the Palatka Times-Herald:

"In the turn of the political wheel

Hon. Herbert S. Phillips, democrat,
retires as district attorney for the
Southern District of Florida, and is

succeeded by Judge W. M. Gober, re republican.
publican. republican. Herbert Phillips has made

an enviable record, proving capable,
honest and fearless under all condi conditions,
tions, conditions, and still greater honors await

him at no distant date."

r-f V, TT:-J c- u c-anctrr. waerein mie axra a.x oeaxen

- v" V wiikc otKTB puu- conany. a corporation organized and

LaW I existing under the laws of the state of
I T.-l I t 1 .. i j

City. This Lake City hospital Will be I Leon Fields and Vernie Bell Fields, are

defendants, the undersigned therein ap-

one of the greatest outlets for the
activity of the Woman's-Amxfliary of

the department of Florida., as it is

primarily for the relief "of the dis

abled service men that this organiza

tion exists.

The buildings of the old Florida

pointed special master in chancery to

execute the provisions of said decree.

will, oa
Maaday, the 5ta day l Deeaibe. A.

D. 1831,

in front of the south door of the 'Mar 'Marlon
lon 'Marlon coonty court 'house, in Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, between the hows of eleven o'clock

m. and two o clock p.- m- offer for

sale at public outcry to the highest

One year, in advance ......

Six months, in advance ........... 2.00

Thre months. In advance...,. 1.50
One month, in advance x.60
ADVERTISING HATES
DUplayt Plate 15 cents per Incn for
jonsecutlve Insertions. Alternate Insertion-
2- per cent additionaL Compos!
tion charges on ads. that run less than
l V t I Ti ao 1 A ren t m -. A-rrY -.Yvr.v1 1

position 25 -per cent additionaL Rater
based on four-inch minimum. Less than
four inches will take a higher rate,
which will be .furnished 'Jpon applica application.
tion. application.
Reading Notices: Flvt cents iper line
for first insertion; three cents iper line
for each subsequent insertion. One
ehange a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
t Ie;al advertisement at legal rates.

Shall it be Ireland in peace or Ire Ireland
land Ireland in pieces?

Any stuff that you do not agree

with is propaganda. f r

There is no report of the brother

hood officials offering to dock their

own salaries.

Seems like Congress ought to be
.cured of the extension of remarks

habit, but it isn't.

If raising hell had been profitable,

Bill Hohenzollern would never have

tried to raise vegetables.

An auto irom Seattle, ? Wash., was

seen in Ocala Friday.' Seattle is 4000

miles northwest of Ocala.

Georgia has sent ; some of the

greatest statesmen of America to the

Senate,' and some of the least.

To smear the show windows of St.

Petersburg stores with laundry soap
may seem smart to the man or youth

who did it Hallowe'en night, but it was

the act of a business vandal who
ought to have been thrown into the

bay. St. Petersburg Independent.

Couldn't you let him off with im

prisonment for life?

If a man tries to break off the per

nicious habit of indulging in strong

drink, all people, even old topers, ap

plaud his efforts. All the more wonder

that when a nation tries to wean itself

from the use of liquor, so many dis

couragements are made to its efforts

by otherwise good men.

.. .

Strangers stopping over to see the
pulp mill and finding twenty-two

great tanks there, have to be convinc

ed that we do not intend to operate a
brewery under the new "beer for med

icine", ruling. Leesburg Commercial

Certainly looks suspcious.

Twenty million names are said to
be on the petition asking President
Harding to direct that the limitation

of armament conference be held in
the open. Looks like a huge number,

but it is less than twenty per cent of

our population.

. Will some one please loan us a pair

of number eleven socks before hrist hrist-mas?
mas? hrist-mas? Ours-have holes in them. Win Winter
ter Winter Haven Chief.
Brother Lee must be expecting an

unusual amount of gifts.

C,:0 t j T i i a iKi ea. xuaaer iot casn me .allowing
Seminary are being used for the Lake described real estate lying and being
City hospital at present. The govern-1 inrin county. Florida, to-wit:

ment, however, expects to erect a new! west Quarter of the southeast ouarte-r:

building which will accommodate fifty StK .ouheast'aur?
more patients. There are ZlOW 75 pa- j the northeast Quarter of the southwest

.. 'a. t w r;-. i quarter;, aiso tne sonn nair or the
tlfcnts at the Lake City hospital, most I southeast quarter of the southwest
of them being boys from Florida and j Quarter; also ta northeast quarter of

southern Georgia. Of these patients J west quarter, an in oection eight (8

about fifty are tubercular. Vll.s, fJ?. ( SaSe

Both the Red Cross and theftr. Florida.

Knights Of ColumOUS have a repre- Rectal MTster' to dancer v.

FOR THE LAKE CITY HOSPITAL notice op speciaj. master's sale v vot

Notice is hereby given that under

When the executive board of i thel'n4 virtue of a final decree of fore-

Woman's Auxiliary of the American I tober. a. ix. 1921. in that certain cause

TmVn i rb..i. ; rv-4v vr nnaing in tne circuit court or the

John Randolph of Palatka made a re-1 Florida, fn and for Clarion county. In

xrt on her visit to Uni1

ic health hospital No. 63 at

ORGANIZATION"

is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind thisbnnk the ex expend
pend expend cef knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection heie all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.

sentative at the hospital and they are

doing all they can. for the boys but

they are unable to supply many of the
little things which make such a differ

ence in the happiness ofJ the sick,

F. R. HOCKDR.

Complainant's Solicitor. 11-5-at-Sat

XOTICE OS SPECIAL BLASTER'S SALE

Jtforice ia hereby given that, under

and 1f virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered an the 21st day of Oc-

especially of those who hava been ill ie,r,- A-SD- A?21Jn t!lat ??rtn aue

as long as these ex-service t men. I Fifth judicial circuit of the state of
Homo mada ttmtvm ielln iamm r1orida, in and for 'Marion county, in
riome maae preserves,- jeU WJS, jams, I chancery, wherein Title & Tax Search

pickles, grapejuice, fruit, bath, robes, Company, a corporation organized and
, - ... existing -ander the laws of the state
ppes, safety razors, tobacco, knitted 0f Florida, is complainant, and v. e.
ties, kodaks, new magazines and new nd lu- ,t-ke, are df !r?nJ?nt'

books are among the things which Jclal master in chancery to execute the
will bring a Urge degree of cheer to SSKf '.tf -.T-f L.r. a.

-

Miinroe & Chamhliss National Bank

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVtRTISEr,lENTS

these patients. The Woman's Auxil-

Somebody says that a man who eats
with his knife eats the most. Not so.
He only gets it all shoveled into him
sooner. '"'

Tom Watson said, on the floor of
the Senate, that "LaFaytte had be betrayed
trayed betrayed every government that trust trusted
ed trusted him."

A whisper comes from Budapest to
the effect that Horthy and' his crowd
are as hard on Hungary as ever were
the Hapsburgs.

, The Hapsburgs have. 5 joined the
Hohenzollerns and the Romanoffs and
the Bourbons in the discard. Some
good has been accomplished by the
war. vl; ;;

Everything from carrying pistols to
birth control has been i suggested as
necessary for the consfderation of the
conference on limitation of arma armament.
ment. armament. .;- ' V-

Ihe Kuklux Klan might as well dis dis--
- dis-- band. People are referring to its
-members as "koos koos." Nobody
dared to make fun of the real thing
fifty years ago.

Among the men of the world, the
white man' is the only pioneer. When

ho has cleared a wilderness, men of

other races come for a share in the
fruits of the soil.

- In common fairness, all the news

papers that publish that article from

the Jasper News, criticising the state

road department, should also publish

Chairman Phillips reply.

Superintendent Blitch of the stata
prison farm should make explanation
of the report that Luther Wilson,

escaped convict, killed near Clermont

the other day, while at the farm was
given a horse and a gun and set to

guard other convicts. The story is
prevalent thruout he state. We see

M1CKIE SAYS

A law confining the use of the
mails for advertising to that carried
in legitimate newspapers and maga magazines
zines magazines would, among other benefits, be
a great saving of white paper.

CHILDREN'S HANDS TOOK HOLD

OF FOCH'S HEARSTRINGS

the 5th day 4f
D. 1B21.

iary has planned to send at least two I ion county court nouse. in Ocala. Fior

knni o mnnth Vftcrvifal rt Km I Ma, between the hours f eleven o'clock

- .. -. i a. m. and two o clock p. m., oner for

distributed among the boys aind each sale at public outcry to. the highest and
..-j v : ; t' ..l.-ti best bidder for caah, the following de-
unit in the State IS going tOMUbsmbe 8oribed real estate, lying and -being In
to at least one macazine to be sent Marion county. Florida, to-wit:

1 W j -A." of lot numbered three 3 of the
direct to the hospital. The Red Cross I four to acre lot conveyed by Robert

representativ has offered to

the' delicacies and readinor matter I public reconda of Marion county. Flor-

... . ... 1 iaa. in oeea -dook ai page sa.in
Which are sent are evenly distributed J lands being the northwest, quarter of

amonsr the natients. 4--. V I said Xour 141 acre tract, and toeing In

9 I tha tinrthaaar niiartap if aswriAn Yitna.

All this is going to be mifirhty fine I teen (19) township fifteen (15) south.

a. .4. i range iwenty-two ai east, ana oeing
for the Doys who cannot-get out f j the house ind lot now occupied (by

bed but there are quite a number who 1 aaia w. k. lane as a aweinng m the
. , . I city of Ocala and lying -west of the

are tiuie iu w up nu ouvuv jtur six. ur residence of C. T. Miller.

eight hours a day. The days are

mighty long, just hanging" around the

hospital, with no recreation- ' Some

times the boys do go into Lale City
and are led into pleasures-which are
harmful to them. The Red Cross re'p-

FOR SALE IVi-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. McCaskilL 4-3t

D. NIELi FERGUSOX.

Special Master in Chancery.

t K. HOt'KEn,

Complainant's Solicitor. ll-3-5t-6at

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court f the Fifth Judi

cial Circuit of Florida, in and for

IT, I L ....

... . .. .. . 1 jtsuuu Aiuuii. ui auaucci J,

icseiiuiLivc tvb mh uusjiiuu bhiicu iPhllmore Nichols, Complainant, vs,

Wrs. Randolnh that some form of rec- anr 1-ee Nichols. Defendant.

x
reation was very much needed and

she felt confident that if the

Order for Constructive Service.
Tt 1 ordered that the defendant here-

L..-im nameo, xo-wii: Mary 'iee Mien 01a.
ys I be and she is heretov reauired to amear

could be entertained at the. hospital,! to the bin of complaint filed in this
they would prefer to stay there rather I MmlV taL aaay of j.au.rr. 1922.

HniirMted I 11 is further ordered that a copy of

3 Irhia nrdr n mrhllBhed ano a. wM

V4TH GIVE T yo

"tO PUT NEU, "AD f vi A

" POCKET rRECTO'OR OK4 A,

ROADSIDE

A dispatch from Kansas City, dated

Nov. 2, 'said:

Marshal Foch stayed here today

rather than disappoint several thou thousand
sand thousand school children who had Jbeen
told they, might get a chance to see
him. The, marshal had expected to go
to Fort Leavenworth, but on learning
of the plan to have the school children
lined up along the boulevards, that he
might wave to them and they to him,
he postponed his departure. Lieut.

Gen. Baron Jacques, of Belgium, ac

companied him on the; boulevard tour.

Both military leaders were waving

continuously to the school children for
several miles.

The marshal's automobile stopped

at the convent school of the Sisters of

Notre Dame de' Sion, where seven
girls, dressed in white and with the
French tri-cdlor in their hair, made a
speech to the marshal, who responded.
When the formal program was con concluded
cluded concluded the marshal started to enter

his automobile. Then he changed his

mind. He was tired, and he asked the

head : of the school whether he might
rest a moment in the parlor of the
school.

Waiving, aside the Count de Cham-

brun, who has been active as official

interpreter, and the immediate staff,
the marshal went alone to the convent
parlor. He leaned back in a chair and

closed his eyes. But the marshal was
not to take a nap. Several girls tip

toed to the door of the parlor to peek
at him. The marshal of France saw
them, bright eyed and bashful, and

beckoned them in.

Soon others, abashed and delighted,
sidled in, and stood on one foot and
another beside the marshal's chair and

smiled at him and answered his ques

tions as to their names and ages.

They did not need the services of the
Count de Chambrun, for the sisters

had taught them to speak French, tho

some of them spoke lispmgly.

When the marshal's twenty minutes
were up he shook hands with the boys
gravely end kissed the little girls, and
there were great tears in hisyes.

For today was the anniversary of
the death of Marshal Foch's son, who

gave h!s life in the war.

P. It. HOC3CER.

complainant s solicitor.

11-S-St-Sat

NOTICE

than go into town. She

- inns ururr jv vu uusiiteu uuvc nrra
that the auxiliary give the hoiraital a l for eight consecutive weeks in th

k v.il n- : o-f,;-.,. Ocala Evening iStar. a newspaper pub-

uva.-u w ovuismaus ""MUshed in said county and state.

man im fihla tn nlatr anI. IVri-nv nf I This 4th laV OI NOVemoeT'. 1SZ1.

f- 4rT" (Seal) T. D. 1ASC AST.E R JR.

them have expressed a Wisn-ior one. J Cleric Circuit Court. Marlon County.

tv, k o--!i!a I Florida. By iFrancea Tarver. O. C.

decided this would make an excellent

Christmas gift and the various units
throughout the state are now, jjoing to

raise the money necessary -to t make I Notice is given that the city coun

- : i cil of Ocala. Florida, will on the 15th

The Ocala unit of the auxilUry has w "At iiw nf
. , .. v. .. p. m., receive bids for dnllmg ol
Uded to make its money for the 8ewer well, same to be double cased

Lake City hospital at the Marion I with wrought iron pipe, outside cas

County Fair. It will have, a booth ing 12 inch, mside casing 10 inch; well

i j mi v r :. I ut uv nuam. anu caseu iu citviuy &uxu-

MJCie aim win serve uuk luucs w i f 4rt ff fl f OOT,1v anV

real cream, sandwiches and home-j Address bids and secure desired in-

made doughnuts, cakes and ties. The I formation from city clerk. 27-5t

money made this way will "go toward

making Christmas a day of gladness

for the Lake City hospital patients.

SWARTZ GIVEN A CLEAN SHEET

r Q I

EAT AT THE SIAXINE

Best nvals in the city for 60 .cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone

260, 310 N. Main street. tf

NOTICE

NOTICE

Of

A.altearleat far Tax Deed Uader

Setiai n, Lhavter hhs,
I few txt Vlvr4Am

Notice la hereby slven that Frailer

d Clayton, ourchaser or part tax cer

ttflcat No. 1S4I, dated the 4th day of

April. A. D. 1898, has filed said certin-

!ate In mv office, and hits made appu

cation Tor tax oeea to lssoie m accora

once iwith law. 6ald certificate em

We have celery, lettuce tomatoes,

t beans, pepper?," eggplant, sweet pota

toes, onions, cucumbers, cranberries,
apples guavas, grapefruit, oranges,
tangerines, lemons, limes, grapes, new
crop of raisins and nuts. Free deliv delivery,
ery, delivery, fhone 596. Ft. King Confection Confectionery.
ery. Confectionery. 3-3t

Commencing today, every volume
of "Reprint Fiction will be sold for
50c the copy. Sale lasts for one week
or.ly. Also a great reduction in prices
of Juvenile Books. Come in and look
tiiem over. Every number a good one.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 2-3t

OR RENT Comfortably furnished
rooms at 304 N. Main street. Rates

$1 per day or 5 per week. Phone f
476. ' 4-3t

'OR RENT Four nicely furnished;
rooms with private hath; private ;
entrance; $25 month. C. C. Bryant, i
805 Tuscawilla St. 3-3t 1

WANTED Position in office. Can;

use typewrite? and take shorthand, j
Can also assist in bookkeeping. Ac- i
curate with figures. Can furflish-

good references. Reasonable salary
required. Address P. O. Box 88,
Ocala, Fla. 2-6t x

rOR RENT Unfurnished apartment.

Phof e 389 or apply to S. S. Savage
Sr., 746 Wyomena St., Ocala. 2-6t
j. : :

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magaelocs Recharged Cars Washed and Pclished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oil's and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.' and Osceola St. St.-Telephone
Telephone St.-Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

WANTED To rent a piano. Excellent

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

LOST Ladies Waltham watch, clos

ed case, Roman figures, filigree on
both sides. Reward for return. Miss
Rena Smith at Style Hat Shop. 6t

MUi-ES Ten pair four year old

matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown: sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf

Cash special Saturday and Monday,
Id pounds of sugar for $1.00 witli
$1.00 worth of other groceries."
4-2t CRESCENT GROCERY CO

Cash .special Saturday and Monday,
16 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with
$1.00 worth of other groceries.
4-2t CRESCENT GROCERY CO.

UK isALut, lyzi hve passenger

Ford; self starter, splendid tires

real bargain. Murphy Mortor Com

pany. f l-3t

LOST On Saturday morning, a. pair
of eyeglasses with aluminun) bows
and case. Return to Star office and
receive reward. 31-tf

-3

Cook's Market and Grocery
OYSTERS OYSTERS
. Excldslte Retail Depot for
BR A D ACRES DAIRY
. Whole Jersey Milk
High Grade Things to Eat

PHONE 23

1

WANTED A partner to open a tea
room in Ocala. Write R. T. care
the Star. 31it

Underv date of October 29, ;informa

tion, was received from the .'"war de

partment that the charge of desertion j traces the following described Tfoper-
-L i v. .... I ty -situated -In Marlon county, Florida,
standmg against Charles. Ruddies! to-wit: .Lot 20. aub of nw. of 6ec 14,

prt7 nrrfpr Nn l7fi a. TritTant I TP- 18 s- R The aaid Jand belna;
awartz, oraer xmo. 1 to, a registrant 1 t th d t im.-m of such

of the local board for Alachua county, I certificate tn the name or iTancia w,

Fla., had been set aside. V- I nnWa aaid certificate shall be re

Draft TPCord- show that this ?-1 deemed according to Uw, tax deed will

. r I issue thereon tha
istmnt wait directed tn renort to the I av t Narraber. A. D. 121

adjutant general of the state of Flor- LJilltiWay "ottcer. a!

ida for military duty not later than D.(. nca&TER jr..
May 20, 1918, and that-because hejcierk Circuit Court. Marlon County,

mj x l I Florida. io-zi-ei.

iif ifii in vii rviMin. wxn m.u Mini m. m m

ly certified as a deserter. Records of
those who served during the world

war show that he enrolled ta the naval

reserve force' on January 22, 1918, and
was released from active duty on

January 3, 1919. Therefore the charge
of desertion has been set aside and
his name has been removed from the
published list of alleged draft desert deserters.
ers. deserters. W. IL Gordon,
Brigadier General, U. S. Army.

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. v 31-t

CHAMBRAYS, 10 yard to tca tca-tbmer,
tbmer, tca-tbmer, 60c. on sale Saturday and
Monday. FISBEL'S. t. 3t
36 in. PERCALES 14c per yard on
sale Saturday and Monday. Fishel'i.
Smoke Don Key. That pood cigar.

The city council will receive bids

on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., for sale of the lot on which the

city barn is located and described as

follows: t
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

?f-;..rf-,5t tn m Taylor, prrty, ?

OCALA EtECT0IC;
A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
Plione 143
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away.
Kindly give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
Rainy Day.
For your1 Soli SnUb
ptibnc'tf-ii'"-

Our wcrli is IVallr Atoiit

; -.oHicrs vcrli LS.TcIIi 1

'Ihe -1 can now give you the

sCvery latest, up-to-date
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For further informatipn call at
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rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf

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town for the money. Call at the
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SCHOOL HOUSES FOR SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction, Marion

county, Florida, will receive bids on j

November 8, 1921, for purchase of ;
Dallas school house, near Summer-!
field, also old Kendrick school house, j
including one-half acre of land at i
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GREENE

fan To
His Mate
By
J. ALLEN DUNN
HSustratkjns by
Irwin Myers
Copyright Bobb Marrffl Co.
CHAPTER IV.
The Bowhead.
Captain Simras appeared again to
the cabin and on deck, but he was not
the same man. His illness seemed to
have robbed him permanently of what
was left him of the spring of manhood-
It was as if his Juices had been
sucked from his veins and arteries
and tissues, leavlnz him flabby. Ir
resolute, compared to his former self.
Even as Lund shadowed Ealney, so
Simms shadowed Carlsen.
Sometimes the girl would com op
on deck in her own waterproofs and
stand against the rail. And presently
Carlsen would come from below or
forward and stand to talk with her
until she was tired of the deck.
They did not seem much like lovers,
Rainey fancied. They lacked the little
Intimacies that he, though' he made
himself somewhat of an automaton at
the wheel, could not have failed to
see. If the girl slipped, Carisen's
hand would catch and steady her by
the arm ; never go about her waist.
And there was no especial look oi
welcome in her face when the doctor
came to her.?
Carlsen seldom took over the wheel.
Rainey did more than his share from
sheer love of feeling the control. But
one day, at a word from the girl, Carl Carlsen
sen Carlsen and she came up to Rainey as he
handled the spokes.
"I'll take the wheel a while,
Rainey," said the doctor.
Rainey- g.ve It up and went amid amidships.
ships. amidships. Out of the tail of his eye he
could see that the girl was pleading
to handle the ship, and that Carlsen
was going to let her do so.
Rainey shrugged 'his shoulders. It
was Carisen's risk. It was no child's
play in that weather to steer prop prop-ierly.
ierly. prop-ierly. It took not only strength, but
watchfulness and experience to hold
the course In the welter of cross-seas.
Lund and Raiaey stood together by
the weather-rail. It was still Raineys
deck watch, and at any moment Carl
sen tmght relinquish the wheel back
to him as soon as the girl got tired.
Suddenly shouts sounded from for
ward, a medley of them, indistinct
against the quartering wind. Sandy,
the roustabout, came dashing aft
along the sloping deck, catching
clumsily at rail and rope to steady
himself, flushed with excitement, al
most hysterical with his news.
"A bowhead, sir!" he cried when he
saw Rainey. "And killers after him I
Blowin' dead ahead !!
Beyond the bows Rainey could see
nothing of the whale, that must have
sounded in fear of the killers, but he
saw half a dozen scythelike, black
fins cutting the water In streaks of
foam, -all abreast, their high dorsals
waving, wolves of the sea, hunting
for the gray bowhead whale, to force
Its mouth open and feast on the deli delicacy
cacy delicacy of its living tongue. So Lund
told him In swift sentences while
they waited for the whale to broach.
Rainey glanced aft. Sandy had
carried his warning to Carlsen ,and
the girl, and now was craning over
the lee rail, kneedeep In the wash,
trying to see something of the com combat.
bat. combat. Peggy Simms lithe figure was
leaning to one side as she, too, gazed
ahed, though she still paid attention
to' her steering and held the schooner
well up, her face bright with! excite excitement,
ment, excitement, wet with flying brine, wisps of.
yellow hair streaming free In- the
wind from beneath the close grip of
her woolen red tam-o'-shanter.
"Bl-o-ows!' started the deep voice
of a lookout, from where sailors and
hunters had grouped in the bows to
witness; this cladiatorlal combat be-
tween sea monsters, staged fittingly
In a sea that was running wild.
"Bl-o:ows !" The deep voice almost
leaped an octave In a sudden shrill of
apprehension. Others voices mingled
with his in a clamor of dismay.
"Look out Oh, look out Dead
ahead!"
The enormous bulk of the whale
had appeared, not. to spout, but to He
belly up, rocking on the surface with
fins outspread, paralyzed with terror,
directly in the course of the Karluk.
while toward it, Intent only on their
blood lust, leaped the killers, thrust thrusting
ing thrusting at Its head as the schooner surged
down. In that tremendous sea the
Impact would be certain to mean the
staving iu of something forward, per
haps the springing of a butt.
"Hard a lee !" yelled Rainey. "Up
with her! Up!"
Forward, the men jumped to handle
the headsails. The Karluk started to
spin about on its keel. Instinct to the
changing plane of the rudder. Bat
the waves were running tremendously
high, and the wind blowing with great
force, the water rolling In great moun
tains of sickly greenish gray, topped
with foam that blew In a level scud.
As the schooner hung In a deep
trough, the wind struck at her, bows
on.
Rainey saw one huge billow rising.
curving, high as the gaff of the main,
it seemed to him, as he grasped at tna
coil of the main halyards. Down cam
the tons of water, booming on the
deck that bent under the blow, spill spilling
ing spilling in a great cataract that swashed
across the deck.
His feet were swept from under
him, for a moment he seemed to swing
horizontal in the stream, clutching at
the halyards The sea struck the op op-2i5lte
2i5lte op-2i5lte rail with a roar that threat-
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The Sea 8truek the Oppooil Rail With
Rear.
ened to tear it away, piling up and
then seething overboard.
With it went a figure. Rainey
caught sight of a ghastly face, s
mouth that shouted vainly for help In
the pandemonium, and wi.s Instantly
stoppered with strangling brine, pop pop-eyes
eyes pop-eyes appealing in awful fright ai
Sandy was washed away in the cas
cade. The halyards were held on the
pin with a turn and twist that Rainey
swiftly loosened, lifting the coll free,
making a fast loop, and thrusting
head and arms through it as he flung
himself after the roustabout.
A great bulk wallowed Just before
him, the helpless body of the bowhead
whale, the killers darting in a mad
melee for Its head. Then a figure was
literally hurled upon the slippery
mass of the mammal. Its gray belly
plain In the welter, a living raft
aeainsf which the waves broks and
tossed their spray.
Clawing frantically, Ssndy clutched
st the base of the enormous pectora
fin, clinging with maniacal strength,
mad with fear. Striking out to little
purpose, save to help buoy himself,
blinded by the flying scud and broken
crests, Rainey felt hlmifelf upreared,
swept impotently on and slammed
against the slimy hulk, just close
enough to Sandy to grasp him by th
collar, as the whale, stung by a kill
ers tearing at its oily tongue, flailed
with Its fin and the two of them slid
down its body, deep under water.
Rainey fought against the suffoca
tlon and the fierce desire to gasp and
relieve his tortured lungs. The lad'i
weight seemed to be carrying him
down as If he was a thing of lead, but
Rainey would not relax his grip. H
could not. He had centered all hli
energy upon the desire to save Sandy,
and his nerve centers were still tens
to that last conscious demand.
The Karluk was Into the wind and
they were In what little lee there was
dragging aft at the end of the hal halyards,
yards, halyards, being fetched in toward th
rail by the mighty tugs of Lund, a
weird sight to Ralney's smarting eyei
as he caught sight of the giant, witb
red hair uncovered, his beard whip
ping In the wind, his black glassei
still In place, making ome sort of a
blessed monster out of him.
Rainey had his left fist welded t
the line, his right was set In Sandy'
collar, and Sandy's death clutch had
twined itself Into Ralney's oilskins
though the lad was limp, and his face.
seen through the 'watery film thai
streamed over it, set and white.
A dozen arms shqt down to grasp
hlmr He felt the Iron grip of Lund
upon his left forearm, almost wrench
lng his arm from its socket ai
he was Inhauled, caught at by body
and legs and deposited on the deck ol
the schooner, that almost instantlj
commenced to go about upon its for
mer course.
' Lund bent over him, asking hlnr
with a note that "Rainey, for all his
exhaustion, interpreted as one of reai
anxiety :
"How Is It with you, matey? Did
ye git lunged up?
Rainey managed to shake his head
and, with Lund's boughlike arm for
support, got to his feet, winded,
shaken, aching from his pounding and
the crash against the whale.
Sandy was lying face down, on
hunter kneeling across him. kneadin
his ribs to bellows action, lifting hlj
upper body In time to the pressure,
while another worked his slack arm;
up and down.
"That was splendid, Mr. Rainey
Wonderful! It was brave of your"
Peggy Simms stood before Rainey.
clinging to the mainstays, a different
girl to the one that he had -known.
Her red lips were apart, showing th
clean shine of her teeth, above her
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part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
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Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
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Seventy acres of fine watermelon
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Half 6f Block 37. Old Survey, ucaia,
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glowing cheeks ser gray eyes sparkled
with friendly admiration, one slender
wet hand was held out eagerly toward
him.
"Why," said Rainey, In that embar embarrassment
rassment embarrassment that comes when one knows
he has done well, yet instinctively'
seeks to disclaim honors, "any one

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That Was Splendid, Mr. Rainey!
Wonderful! It was Brave of Youl
would have done that. I happened to
b the only one to see it.
Tm not so sure of that," replied the
girl, and Rainey thought her Jip
curled contemptuously as she glanced
toward Carlsen at the wheel. Tet Carl Carlsen,
sen, Carlsen, he fancied, had full excuse for
not having" made the attempt, busied
as he had been adding needed strength
to the wheel.
"Oh, it was not wbat he did, or
failed to do," said the girt, and this
time there was no mistaking the fact
that she emphasized her voice with
contempt and made sure that It would
carry to Carlsen. "He said It wasn't
worth while."
Her eyes flashed and then she made
a visible effort to control herself. "But
it was very brave of you, and I want
to ask your pardon,- she concluded,
with the crimson of her cheeks flood-
In z all her face before she turned
away, and made abruptly for the com
panlon.
A little bewildered, the touch of her
slim but strong fingers, still sensible
to his own, Rainey went to the wheeL
"Shall I take It over, Mr. Carlsen T
he asked. "It's my watch."
Carlsen surveyed him coolly. Either
he pretended not to have heard the
girl's Innuendo or it failed to get un
der his skin.
"You'd better get Into some dry
togs, Rainey," he Said. "And TU pre prescribe
scribe prescribe a stiff Jorum or grog-hot. Take
your time about it" Rainey, con
scious of a wrenched feeling In his
side, a growing nausea and weakness,
thanked him and took the advice. Half
an hour later, save for a general sore soreness,
ness, soreness, he felt too vigorous to stay be below,
low, below, and went on deck again. Sandy
had been taken forward. Lund had
disappeared, but he found .the giant
in the triangular forecastle by San
dy's bunk.
"That' you, Rainey?" Lupd asked as
be heard the other's tread. Then he
dropped his voice to a whisper:
"The lad's grateful. Make the most
of it. If he wants to spill ennythlng,
git all of it Best day's work you've
done in a long while, matey. Pump
thet Sandy. Pump him dry. He'll
know almost as much as Tamada, an'
he'll come through with it easier."
"Just what are you afraid of?" asked
Rainey.
"Son," said Lund, simply, "Tm
afraid of nothing. But they're primed
for somethln, under Carlsen. Well
be 'makln Unalaska termorrer Or -the
next day. Here's hopln 1 the next
An' we've got to know what to ex expect
pect expect Here somethln for you to
chew on: Inside of forty-eight hours
there's goin' to be an upset aboard
this hooker an It's up to me an you
to see we come out on top. If not
He spread out his arms with the
great, gorilla-like hands at the end
of them, in a gesture that supplanted
words. Beyond any doubt Lund ex expected
pected expected trouble. And Rainey, for the
first time, began to sense It as some something
thing something approaching, sinister, almost
tangible.
As he crossed the main cabin to go
to his own room, Carlsen came out
f hA fttinnera. He did not see
Ralner at first and was humming a
little air under his breath as be slipped
a small article Into bis pocket. His
face held a sneer. Then he saw
Rainey, and it changed to a mask that
revealed nothing. His tune stopped.
"I hear the captain's sick again,'
said Rainey. ".Not serious. I nope."
Carlsen stood there gazing at him
with his look of a spninx, nis eyes
half -dosed, the scoffing light showing
faintly.
"Serious? Tm afraid It Is serious
this time. Rainey. Yes," he ended
slowly. "I am Inclined to think It is
really serious." He turned away and
rapped at the door of the girl's state stateroom.
room. stateroom. In answer to a low reply -he
turned the handle and went in. leaving
Ralner alone.
(Continued Monday)
Chiropractic is no longer a theory,
but a Dractical demonstrated fact
I You can be speedily restored to per-
ieaith by having the cause c:
I your ailment removed. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala- House. ZZ-tr
Best dinner in the state fpr 75c Ea
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary,
Ask the hotel inspector. ; 22-tf
Cash special Saturday and Monday,
16 pounds of suar for $L0O with
at I $1.00 worth of other groceries.

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tive, conservative, but at the same time it is in full accord with modern ideas.
'Therefore, the condition of the institution has always been sound and its
growth satisfactory.
The Officers will be glad to talk over Banking relations with you at any
time, and pledge themselves to serve your interest faithfully when you entrust
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Harini Used It "Caa Safely
Say for 50 Year.,
Gracdfield, Okla. One of the best
knewn farmers of Tilman County, Mr.
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a wagon yard here, says:
"I have used Thedford's Black-
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fifty years.
"I was born and reared In Texas,
Freestone County, sixty-four years ago.
I have been married forty-four years.
My father used Black-Draught before I
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liver medicine, we use. We use it
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liable reliable today as it. was when we began
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So many thousands of persons have
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.Dr. P.' E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. ... 15-tf
We can make you specially attrac
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the fall and winter season. Theus
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Next time you come in,
be sure,, to ask us these
questions:
' What is Willard Threaded
Rubber Insulation?
Why does it add to battery
Value?
How does Bone-Dry shipment
keep a battery new?
Why do batteries wear out?
We don't know every everything
thing everything about batteries, but
we'll be mighty glad to an answer
swer answer as many of your ques questions
tions questions as we can.
Ocala Storage Battery Co.
20 N. Main St Ocala, Fla
Tbia trademarlc. stamped in red
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We incite the pubUc to take advantage cf czr delivery
system tchen in need cf Frestj Meats. Yea get rcck-bcitcm
prices end heedeUcery to arty part cf the city.
Note these prices:

Round Steak
Per pound;.....
"Loin Steak
Per nound
Porterhouse Steak
Per pound
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OVERALLS 75c. on SALE Satur- :l:

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The friends of Mrs. D. N. Mathews

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proving irynk- ner icceiiu uiucsii.

High Grade Ready-to-wear, Dry-Goods, Millinery, Accessories, Notions,
Christmas Novelties

' If you are not already using Fed

eral Bakery rolls now is the time to

begin. None better. l-6t

Mi s'sips Lucretia Hocker and Mar

garet Preer are in: Leessburg, for a

week-end visit to Mrs. E. H. Mote.

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BROWN DOMESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 83c, orrSALE Saturday and
Monday. FISIIEL'S. 3t

Mr. V. M. Roberts, who has been in
Orlando for several months, is again
in Ocala. V

Call phone iu8 when you want groc.
eries in a hurry. Main Street Marker

Several beggars, are working the
ttwn. The authorities should put the
rollers under them.

BROWN DOMESTICS. 36 inch, 10

yards 85c, on SALE Saturday and J

Monday. FISHEL'S. 3t

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk," who has been
in Jacksonville this week, the guest
ol Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Weathers, re returned
turned returned home yesterday.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. , tf

Miss Jessie Pinson, oneof our ef efficient
ficient efficient young lady school teachers,
left for DeLand yesterday,5 called
home "for a few days by the illness
of her mother

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

Smoke Don Rey., Thai; good cigar.
.Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee has returned
from Jacksonville, where she spent
the past several days visiting friends.
Test our delivery, service when you
'want FRESH meat. Just call phone
. 108. Main Street Market. tf.

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Frocks of a Jacknah Fur- No restrictions during this sale

You Pay 75c for Every 81.00 Worth 01 Merchandise You Buy

Mr. D. fW. Tompkins says the Star
'is surely read. Two or three hours
after the paper was out Thursday his
missing hosepipe was returned to him.
November Victor Records now at
THE BOOK SHOP. .: ; .. 2-3t

- Hiss Belle Andrews, a member' of
the faculty of the primary school, Is
spending the Week-end in Jacksonville".

Coffee and cinnamon rolls fresh ev every
ery every day at the Federal Bakery. l-6t
BROWN DOSfESTICS, 36 inch, 10
yards 85c. on SALE Saturday and
Monday. FISHEL'S. 3f
Mr. Frank Harris Jr. is spending
the day in Tampa, going especially to
see the Florida-South Carolina foot football
ball football game there today.
.There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
. Fhone 158. tf

Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur expect

to leave Wednesday for Miami,'' where
they will visit their son,. Mr.' Tom
Pasteur and wife. They willvmake
the trip in their car.

While kid gloves cleaned free with

ladies' work at the Royal. Cleaners
Fhtfwe 443. 18-tf;

36 in. PERCALES 14c. pet yard on

sale Saturday and Monday. Fishers.

Judge and Mrs. Richard McCona thy

are being warmly greeted by their

friends, after a pleasant summer
spent in Kentucky. They will be lo

cated at the Ocala House.

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i- 4 weather -goods did not move as fast as we anticipated. It is how getting close to inventory time and our stock

must be reducea ana iurinermore tre neea ine money.

This Will be a Sale of Sales

You select your own merchandise at -a savings of 25. No restrictions, as is usually the case where goods are
put on sale that are considered slow sellers. In other words undesirable and which a merchant trys to dispose

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A Few Examples of'ttie Genuine Savings

: For Example

If you purchased the following items at our

regular low prices,

5 yards of Muslin, at 10c
2 spools thread at '7c
1 paper pins
3 yards of Silk, ot $1.95
1 yard of belting -1
dozen buttons

1 Hat
1 Blouse
1 Sweater

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Would be regular pjice $20.89

You deduct 25 per cent or 5,22
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You saved $5.22 on the transaction

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If you purchased a Coat, Dress or Coat Suit at
$28.50 regular price
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Nothing will be charged during this sale.
All Sales Final

Remember: Sale begins Monday morning, Nov. 7th

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the City Fish Market, t ; tf

Smoke Don Rey. Thai1, good cigar.
Mr. B. F. Condon .is ai .'business vis visitor
itor visitor in Jacksonville. Mr. Condon will
drive through the country a Reo
speed wagon for his Ocala agency.
The Reo gains new friends every day.

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tending Wesleyan College. After a

short visit there, Mrs. Tompkins will

go to Douglas, Ga.for a weeks visit
with Mrs. W. S. Durst.

Men's Felt HATS on sale $2.98 at
FISHEL'S; 3t

" Mrs. GeorgeVTaylor,- chairman of
the music committee of last night's
entertainment at the Methodist par-

Macon. j sonage, wishes to thank all of those

cided success it was. A full account

of the affair will appear in Monday's

Star.

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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

Mrs. Carl Ray and Miss Tearl Kay

of Martel, spent the day in Ocala the

guests of Mrs. E. A. Osborne, who
gave an informal luncheon in honor of
her guests, inviting to join them at

luncheon several of her neighbors,

namely, Misses Ava Lee Edwards,
Mabel Meffert and Mary Sheppard.

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Miss Sue Barco and her sister,
Mrs- Robert Markley, returning from

day in Ocala, where they were met by j

their brother, Mr. Aewcomo tsarco oij

Cotton Plant, who took them to his
home at Sunny Slope for the night.

Miss Barco and Mrs. Markley went on I

today to their homes in Clearwater.

Eoth are Marion county girls with a
number of relatives and numerous i

friends here.

Victor Records on sale today at the
BOOK SHOP. 2-3t

TV? fs a Studebaker year. tf

SenehesU

Efficiency Killers, Empty

What would my Church be if every One Went
to Church like me? ;
Efficiency Builders-A sympathetic Audience. 2
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Will Be Welcome
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUHCH I
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