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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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LOCAL NEWS
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PRESS TIME

WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy with
VOL. 27
CREDIT REDOUNDS
TO HIE COACHES

Excellent Training of Ocala Football
Team Won a Smashing Victory
For It Saturday Afternoon
Coaches Friendlander and Tarver
are to be congratulated on the work
they have done with the O. H. S.
team this year. The team Saturday;
showed a marked improvement over
ariy previous work done 'on the home
gridiron. As a unit the Ocala team1
is working with the precision of a
well oiled piece of machinery. Every
. man on the team played "his position
in a creditable manner Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in the game with DeLand.
Although outweighed by a good
many pounds the Ocala line held like
a stockade and at no time during the
game did it allow the DeLand team to
get through in time to seriously inter inter-fere
fere inter-fere with the consummation of the
play in-the back field. Ocala's weak weakest
est weakest point in this game was shown in
fumbles and 'strange to relate a fum fumble
ble fumble was DeLand's salvation. It was
upon a fumble by one of her own
team that she made her only touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. One of her players fumbled
the ba.ll when tackled and by a freak
. of fortune another DeLand player
was the only man close around. He
recovered the ball and had an open
field for a .touchdown.
v The game "as is": j
First Quarter
DeLand kicked off. Williams re- j
ccived the ball on the three-yard linej
and carried it back 37 yards before
being downed. Ocala made three yards
on first down, fumbled 'on the second
; down and allowed DeLand to yet away
with the ball on the third down when
they snatched a forward pass. De De-Land
Land De-Land made four yards on her first
down, nothing on the second and an
incompleted forward pass on the third
and was penalized five yards for being
offside and the ball went to Ocala.
Williams' took the ball ten yards
- around left end. Smith sailed 28
yards around right end. Rawls took
right tackle for a ride of seven yards.
On the second down Rawls shoved the
. ... left end back for two yards. On the
third down Rawls made the distance
, through right tackle again. Williams
'. tried the first down and made no
gain but Fielding tore loose around
left end for 12 yards on the second
down. Knight took the ball on first
down and carried it through left
tackle for a touchdown. Williams kick-
ed the goal, Ocala 7,. Deland 0. De De-Land
Land De-Land again kicked oil and this time
Stevens received the ball but was
practically downed in his tracks. On
the first down Rawls made two yards
through the line. On the second Wil Williams
liams Williams made five yards through left
tackle. .On the third Knight made one
yard over left tackle. On the fourth
down Ocala fumbled and the ball roll-

ed considerably back of the line of
scrimmage. A DeLand boy was, the
first to reach the ball and had an open
' field for a touchdown, but evidently
lost his head .for he merely fell upon
the ball. DeLand was held for a
seven-yard loss on first down,' when
Fielding broke through with a beauti
ful tackle. On the second down they
faded on a forward pass. On third
down they made two yards through
the line and on fourth down they at
tempted a. field goal but failed -.and
Ocala got the ball on her twenty-yard
line. y- -'
Second Quarter
On first down Knight made 15
yards. On first down Williams made
three yards. On second down Rawls
made two yards. On third down Smith
made 15 yards around left end. First
down Fielding one yard. Second down,
Williams three yards around right
end. Third down Rawls three yards,
First down Williams- eight yards,
Second down Knight four yards loss.
Third down a fumble and DeLand re-
coverd the ball. DeLand lost two
' yards on the first down when- Rawls
made a beautiful tackle behind the
line of scrimmage. On second down
they made two yards. On third down
Smith intercepted a forward pass and
came back down the field for a 35 35-yard
yard 35-yard run to touchdown.. Williams
kicked goal. Ocala 14, DeLand 0. De De-LandTTdcked
LandTTdcked De-LandTTdcked off again and Williams
received the ball but fumbled and De De-Land
Land De-Land recovered it. ; On first down
they made three yards over right
tackle. On second down they failed
: on a forward pass. On third down
they made four yards over left tackle.
On the fourth they made the distance
over tackle. On first down' Knight
broke through and threw them for a
loss. On second down thev made
three yards. On third down Williams
broke throught and threw them for a
loss. On fourth down they attempted
again to kick a field goal and. failed
and the ball went to Ocala on her ,20-.
yard line. Ocala j fumbled the first

OCALA

local rain tonight or Tuesday.
JEETII OF THE
CLUB
A Busy: and Protable Session of That
Important Organization Sat.
urday Afternoon
The program at the Woman's Club
Saturday afternoon was under the
supervision f the committee on legis legislation,
lation, legislation, Mrs. L. N. Green chairman.
The afternoon was devoted to the dis discussion
cussion discussion of citizenship and the making
of good citizens out of immigrants
who come to' our shores...
The meeting was opened by Mrs. J.
Walter Hood, president, A short bus business
iness business meeting was held during which
the reports of the chairmen of com committees
mittees committees were read and delegates were
elected to'attend the convention of
Florida woman's clubs to be held in
Gainesville Nov. 15th to 18th. In ad addition
dition addition to the delegates appointed, it
is hoped that every member who pos possibly
sibly possibly can will dd so out of honor to
Mrs. MeColIum, the retiring state
president and also to our sister city.
The program was then turned over
to Mrs. L. N. Green, who made a few
remarks on citizenship its privileges
and duties. Mrs. Green then intro
duced Mr. L. N. Green, the orator of
the afternoon, although Mr. Green in
his opening remarks denied that he
was to make an address or an oration
but stated he was simply going to
talk as one man to another. Mr.
Green gave a very interesting account
of the .sacrifices .our forefathers made
in the days of the resolution in order
that there might be an American
citizenship, stating that we had re received
ceived received it as a heritage for which they
had died and for which we must live.
He then led his audience back thru
the ages to the days of Abraham and
Lot, Babylon, Hannibal and Carthage
and Rome, Oliver Cromwell and the
rise of England as a world power and
down to the days of Belgium and the
world war. In each instance, Mr.
Green showed how a hard' working,
God-fearing, right : living ,race, would
rise and conquer all obstacles while
a people living in luxury and dissipa dissipation,
tion, dissipation, no matter how rich and power powerful,
ful, powerful, were doomed to defeat. Mr.
Green exhorted his audience to so use
their citizenship and to .so live that
America might not repeat the --disas
trous history which has overtaken
so many powerful nations in the past.
Miss Annie Pope Eagleton then
read a brief resume of the naturalizat
tion laws of the United States. This
was followed by a songyery appro appropriate
priate appropriate to the topic under discussion,
"The' Good Old U. S. A.," sung by
Mrs. C. E. Winston. V
Mr. Metrie, Mr. George MacKay
and Mrs. George Woods, a charming
French bride, each told "What Amer America
ica America Means to Me." These talks were
very interesting. Little Marius Tof Tof-faletti,
faletti, Tof-faletti, a citizen in the making, recit
ed a little poem on this same subject.
Captain Edward Drake gave a very
instructive and earnest talk on what
we as American citizens should do for
the immigrant who comes to us.
Mrs. W. T. Gary then introduced
Mrs. Martha Falconer, associate di director
rector director of the department of social
morality of the W. C. T. U. Mrs.
Falconer has been visiting the Ocala
Industrial School and urged the club
to do all it could for the school and to
also use its influence and that of its
individual members to prevent condi conditions
tions conditions that make these ; school neces-
sary. .
Mrs. Dewey called the attention of
the audience to the coming city elec election
tion election and urged all to fulfill their, duty
as citizens.
The program was brought to a
close by a tableau representing the
allied nations grouped about Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, while Mrs. Green read the "Am "American's
erican's "American's Creed." Those taking part in
the tableau were Miss Ava Lee Ed Edwards
wards Edwards as Columbia,, little Frances
Drake as England, little Miss Toffa Toffa-letti
letti Toffa-letti as Italy and Mrs. George Woods
as France.
Refreshments were then served by
the hostesses of the day and a social
hour was enjoyed. : M. M. M.
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for two. Apply "W," care the Star.
Apply in writing. 7-3t
FOR SALE Charleston Wakefield
cabbage plants and Redfield Beauty
Tomato plants, 25 cents per hundred
or $2 per 1000, f. o. b., Ocala, cash
with order. C. H. Copner, 746 Wy-
- omena St., Ocala. Phone 389. 7-6t
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies work at the Royal Cleaners.
Phone 443. 18-tf
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalraers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
r. Ocala, Jla.

OCALA,

HERO'S OODY IS
HUGH
Squadron of Destroyers Left New
York Today to Escort the Olym Olym-pia
pia Olym-pia Into Port
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 7 Five destroyers
left here today to escort to Washing Washington
ton Washington the cruiser Olympia bearing to
his homeland the body of .America's
unknown soldier.
WILL ARRIVE WEDNESDAY
Washington, Nov. 7. The body of
America's unknown soldier will arrive
in Washington Wednesday afternoon
or evening and will lie in state in the
rotunda of the capitol until Friday, it
was announced today. The public will
be admitted to the rotunda from 8 a.
m. until 10 p.'m. Thursday.
ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM
IN OCALA
Armistice Day, next Friday, will be
observed by Marion County Post. No.
27 of the American Legion, with a
ceremony on the public square in
Ocala. The legionaires will meet on
the east side of the square at 11:30
o'clock Friday morning. The members
of the post will form ranks and at 12
o'clock will stand at attention for the
two minutes requested by President
Harding as a tribute to the unknown
soldier "whose body will be buried in
Arlington National Cemetery on that
day. During the two minutes "taps"
will be blown. This ceremony will be
followed by a five-minute talk by
Chaplain Neighbour of the post. A
memorandum has been sent to all
members of the post urging' them to
be present on Friday. Armistice Day
has been designated a national holi holiday
day holiday by Congress. President Harding
has asked that the two minutes silence
at noon on Armistice Day be observed
throughout the United States and all
of its possessions.
ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM
AT ARLINGTON
The call of the army bugle sound sounding
ing sounding "attention" will bring the gather gathering
ing gathering at Arlington national cemetery to
its feet at noon on Armistice Day to
stand two 'minutes in silence as a
memorial to America's unknown dead
in France. For the same period, a
similar pause in the nation's life ev everywhere,
erywhere, everywhere, by proclamation of the
president, wil ltestify to the country's
regard for its nameless .soldiers in
France.
Secretary Week will act as official
master of ceremonies. The detailed
program for the services has been
made public, by the war department.
To conclude the period of silence, the
marine band will lead the audience in
"America" and the address of Presi President
dent President Harding, the only address to be
delivered over the casket, will then be
made.
A. quartet from the Metrooplitan
Opera Company in New York will fol follow
low follow with the hymn, "The Supreme
Sacrifice."
The honors bestowed by the United
States government and by the allied
governments upon the unknown sol soldier
dier soldier will then be conferred. President
Harding will pin on the casket the
Congressional Medal of Honor and
the distinguished service cross. He
will be followed by Lieut. Gen.' Baron
Jacques, who will bestow the Belguim
Cross de Guerre. Earl Beatty, ad admiral
miral admiral of the fleet,, will pin the British
Victoria Cross beside the other deco decorations.
rations. decorations. Marshal Foch will place
upon it the French MedaDle Militarie
and Croix de Guerre, Gen. Amando
Diaz, the Italian gold medal for brav
ery, Dr. Bedrich Stepaner, Czecho
slovakia minister, the Cze:ho-Slovakia
war cross, and Prince Lubomirski,
Polish minister, the Virtnti Militari,
The audience will join the quartet
in the hymn, "O God, Our Help in
Ages Pa3t." Chaplain Lazaron' will
read from the Psalms. Miss Ponselle
will sing "I Know That My Redeemer
Liveth." Chaplain Frazier will' recite
a scripture lesson, and the services
within the amphitheater will conclude
with the singing of "Nearer, My God,
to Thee" by the audience.
The casket will then be carried to
the crypt on the terrace of the ampi ampi-theater.
theater. ampi-theater. President and Mrs. Harding,
Vice President and Mrs. Coolidge, the
foreign delegates to the conference,
Secretaries Hughes, Weeks and Den Den-by,
by, Den-by, the distinguished foreign officers
and General Pershing following. As
the casket 13 placed in the crypt, the
burial service will be read by Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Brent and floral decorations will
be placed on the tomb by Representa Representative
tive Representative Hamilton Fish of New York and
Mrs. Emmett Digney, representing
American war nurses.
Three salvos of artillery will mark
the regular triple volleyii for military
dead. Taps will be scunded by an

EVENING

FLORIDA. MONDAY,. NOVEMBER 7. 1921

TEST CASE FDfl
GASOLINE TAX
Circuit Judge Holds That the Law la
Illegal and Attorney General
Will Take It Before The
Supreme Court
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, Nov. 7. The attack of
Shelton S. Gunn, representative from
Levy county, on the gasoline tax en enacted
acted enacted by the last legislature in an at attempt
tempt attempt to test its constitutionality will
be taken to the state supreme court
by Attorney General Buford as 4. re result
sult result of the action of Judge Love Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in overruling the attorney gen general's
eral's general's demurrer. Judge Love held the
law illegally entered as a law and
that it was improperly signed by of officials
ficials officials of the legislature.
The act was designed to provide
one million dollars for the road fund.
Comptroller Amos was given fifteen
days in which to answer the bill of
complaint filed by Gunn.
TOLEDO BANDITS HAD
NOT MUCH TROUBLE
In Binding and Robbing a Business
Man and Making Their
Getaway
C Associated Press)
Toledo, Nov. 7. Sidney Rayman,
manager of a loan company in the
downtown district here, was bound
and gagged and robbed of $5000 in
diamonds, jewels and cash this morn
ing. Scores of pedestrians, were pass passing
ing passing the shop when the two bandits at attacked
tacked attacked Rayman. They, escaped in an
automobile.
OCALA GUN CLUB
CHANGES ITS DATES
. In accordance with the wishes of a
majority of the members of the
Ocala Gun Club, the. regular weekly
shoots of the club will hereafter be
held on Thursday afternoon instead
of Tuesday. Next Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon the club will stage a match
shoot, the losing side paying for all
the targets. This will be an open day
and visitors are cordially invited to
attend and participate in the shoot.
W. P. Freer, Secretary.
APRON SOCIAL
The apron social given by the la ladies
dies ladies of circle No. 1 of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Methodist
church on last Friday evening was a
decided success from every viewpoint.
The parsonage looked lovely with
a profusion of cut flowers scattered
everywhere, roses and asparagus fern
filled baskets, vases and covered the
punch table.
An apron committee composed of
Katherine Buhrman, Betty Euhrman,
Cora Mae Pillans, Johnny Lee Flynn
and Jean Bitting met the guests at
the entrance to the grounds and each
one was given an apron and passed on
to a. measuring committee on the
porch, namely, Mrs.. Melin, Misses
Floyd Whittle, Ernestine Brooks, Car Carrie
rie Carrie Barco and Edith Griffin, who
measured the guests and after the
requisite number of pennies had been
placed in the pockets, the aprons were
put in envelopes and mailed -at the
"postoffice" just inside the front door,
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt being the post postmistress.
mistress. postmistress. Mrs. White and Mrs. Galloway re received
ceived received at the front door and Mrs. H.
M. Hampton and Mrs. D. W. Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins presided at the punch bowl the
first part of the evening and Mrs. A.
G. Gates and Mrs. S. R. Whaley serv served
ed served the latter part of the evening.
Mrs. George L. Taylor was in
charge of the musical program and is
to be congratulated on the splendid
program arranged. The very best
talent in the city- had been secured
for this occasion. The high school
boys quartet gave two numbers which
were greatly enjoyed, and Mrs. H. V.
Cooksey of Crystal River, also assist assisted
ed assisted in the' program.
During the evening refreshments
consisting of sandwiches, hot tea and
ceffee were served by Mrs. Fred Vogt,
Mrs. J. W. Crosby, Mrs. E. T. Spen
cer, Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. T. D.
Lancaster Jr., Mrs. Reginald Rags Rags-dale,
dale, Rags-dale, Mrs. Fred Cook, Mrs. Emily
Green and Mrs. Schlimmer. These
ladies were ably assisted by Master
H. M. Baxter, whose courtesy and
helpfulness were greatly appreciated.
The circle netted the sum of $82
and the members are deeply grateful
to all who helped in any way to make
it the splendid success that it was.
The amount taken in goes "to the
church building fund-.
army bugler and the national salute
cf twenty-one guns fired from a near nearby
by nearby field battery will end the ceremony;

&3 .11 A

ALL CLAIM TO BE
VR0I16LY ACCUSED
Five West Florida Men Charged With
Assault on the Person of Labor
Organizer Winstanley
C Associated Press)
Marianna, Nov. 7. Five men said
to be employes of the St. Andrews
Bay Lumber Company which operates
mills at Millville and other points in
Bay county, are at liberty today un under
der under $500 bail each for appearance in
federal court at Pensacola this week
as the result of an assault upon John
E. Winstanley, labor organizer of
Mobile, who was taken from a train
at Fountain the night of October 29
and severely beaten. The men were
arrested on federal warrants and re released
leased released under bond by United States
Commissioner Bruce of this city. The
men are R. F. Ennis, J. W. Stokes,
R. E. White, J. L. Wall, A. I. Beebe.
All deny knowledge of the assault.
ARBUCKLES TRIAL
. AGAIN PUT OFF"
( Associated Press)
San Francisco, Nov. 7. The trial
of Arbuckle for manslaughter was
continued today until November. 14th
by consent of both sides. The court
announced the trial positively would
begin on the 14th.
HIT THE LINE TOO HARD
Associated Press)
Toledo, Ohio, Nov? 7. Carleton
Mannaback, age 17, fullback on a
local amateur football team was kill killed
ed killed almost instantly during a game
here yesterday. His neck was broken
when he attacked an opposing player.
ONE OF WATSON'S "MARTYRS"
Beaumont, Tex., Nov. 6 A. Daigle,
a former lieutenant in the A. E. F.,
says that the alleged hanging of a
negro soldier Ty American army offi officials
cials officials in the La Rochelle area of France
during the war, referred to by Sena Senator
tor Senator Watson of Georgia, never took
place. The negro, according to
Daigle,' is William Curtis, now serv serving
ing serving a life term at Fort Leavenworth,
Kansas.'
Curtis, according to Daigle, who
says he attended the courtmartial as
an interpreter, was found guilty of
attacking a seven-year-old French
girl. He was condemned to death,
Daigle said, but later the sentence
was commuted because of the fact
that the French law is opposed to
capital punishment for such crimes.
NEW COMMANDER OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION
Hanford MacNider, the newly elect
ed national commander of trie Ameri
can Legion, was born on October 2,
18S4, .at Mason City, Iowa. He grad
uated from Milton Academy, Milton,
Mass., in June, 1907, and from Har Harvard
vard Harvard College in 1911.
He served on the border as a first
lieutenant with the second Iowa In Infantry.
fantry. Infantry. After the outbreak of the
world war he entered the officers-'
training camp at Fort Snelling and
was c4umissioned as second lieuten
ant on August 15, 1917. He arrived
in France on September 20, 1917, as
an officer in the Ninth United States
Infantry. During his overseas serv
ice he was promoted until he finally
attained the rank of lieutenant colo
nel of infantry. He took part in the
Aisne, Aisne-Mame and Marne bat
tles.
He was wounded at St. Mihiel and
holds the following decorations: Dis Distinguished
tinguished Distinguished service cross and one clus cluster,
ter, cluster, Chevalier de Legion d'Honneur,
Croix de Guerre (five citations, five
palms, one" gold and one silver star),
Forragere and the Italian war cross.
He was given three citations in gen general
eral general orders.
Before his departure from France
he served with the second division
headquarters.
Since his return" to civilian life, he
has been prominent in legion work
in his state, having acted as' depart department
ment department commander. Mr. MacNider i3 a
banker and is unmarried.
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will not meet tomorrow
night as had been arranged, but will
meet Thursday, night for basket ball
practice.
A new pool room, which will be
known as Mac's Place, has opened at
428 North Magnolia street, with Mr.
J. M. McDonald manager. "Mac" will
te glad to see all his friends and
make new acquaintances.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, rpecialist eye, ear, cose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf

TEMPEEATTJRIS

JUDGE CALLED TOO
AI10TI1 JUi
Care Being Taken at Orlando To
Avoid Complications In The
Lena Clarke Cue
Associated Frews.)
Orlando, Nov. 7. Judge Andrews
threw out the entire grand jury panel
this morning at the opening of circuit
court on the grounds that the names
of men drawn for jury duty had not
been posted in public places as re required
quired required by law. This action was taken
at the request of the state attorney,
who said he wanted no technicalities
to arise in the trial of Lena Clarke.
A new jury was drawn immediately
and is being empanelled this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. It is expected to take up the
case tomorrow and an indictment is
looked for shortly thereatfer. The
trial may begin the last of the week
or'it might possibly not begin until
the first of next week.
QUIZZING THE KLAN
A Mere Judge Interfering With the
Invisible Empire
(Associated Press)
Houston, Tex., Nov. 7. An inquiry
into the Ku Klux Klan was ordered
by Judge Robinson in his charge to
the new grand jury today in criminal
district court.
MANUEL GARCIA
Tampi Nov. 7. Manuel Garcia,
for man years one of the best known
Spanish restaurant operators in Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, died yesterday after three weeks
illness. The funeral will take place
tomorrow under the auspices of the
local Masonic organization.
SEX SAVED HER
FROM SWINGING
Twin Falls Idaho, ; Nov. '.--7. Mrs.
Lydia Meyer Southard, convicted of
the murder of Edward F. Meyer, her
former husband, was sentenced to ten
years to life imprisonment today.
TAMPA CIGAR INDUSTRY
RETURNED TO NORMAL
Tampa, Nov. 4. -With, slightly less
than 33.000,000 cigars manufactured
during the month of October, as
shown by the sale of internal revenue
stamps, the city's principal industry
may be regarded as having returned
to its normal output of "a million a
day." For many months after the
strike which lasted through nine
months of 1920 and lapped over into
1921 for a month, the output was
comparatively small, numerous orders
having been cancelled because of the
inability of the manufacturers to
make deliveries. More than 8500
workers were onthe benches during
the last week of October and manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers said it probably would be
necessary to employ about 2000 more
within the near future to care for the
holiday orders.
Misses Helen and Rachel Veal have
returned from a pleasant vacation
and are again at their posts, Miss
Helen 'with the board of trade and
Miss Rachel in the superintendent of
school's office.
Mr. M. W. Lloyd left today for New
York on a short business trip.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mcintosh was well represented in
Ocala Saturday, the following visitors
from that community being noted on
our streets: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rush,
Mrs. A. J. McCarley, Miss Robinson,
Mrs. G. A. Flewellen and Mrs. Mary
Camp.
i e
Yes Sir
"Sure Thing
Colder weather, the
Fair and Christmas are 2
I coming, and you wiJl 5
; need that New Suit, ;
Overcoat, and extra
I Pair Trousers.
We tailor them t o fit
and fit to wear.
j- J. -A. Cbandler
120 S. LldnStTed Z
Thompson DsdHing Up S'drs

ASSOCIATED
PRESS- ,'
DISPATCHES

Thia raorairg, 43; this afternoon, 78.
2G1.
ASIS THE LEG!
f OD ASSISTIC
War Department Wants Ex-Servic
Ien to Aid In Probing Charges
Mide by Tom Watson
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 7. The Ameri
can Legion was asked by the war de department
partment department today to lend its assistance
in obtaining all facts relating to the
charges made by Senator Watson
that soldiers were frequently shot and
hanged without courtmartial during
the war.
IN SESSION AGAIN
The American delegation to the
armament limitation and far eastern
questions conference was again in
session today in Sec re far y Hughes'
office at the state department.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE
Kansas Coal Mine, Operated in Spite
Of Strike, Blown Up
(Associated Press)
Pittsburgh, Kan Nor. 7. A small
mine of the Burgess Coal Company,
one mile south of Mulberry, was
wrecked by two explosions early to today.
day. today. The tipple was destroyed, the
mouth of the slope caved in" and
motors and other electrical machinery
ruined by the explosions. The mine
had been operated for several weeks
in spite of the miners strike.
FRENCH DELEGATES TO
THE ARMS PARLEY ARRIVE
New York, Nov. 7 Aristide Briand,
premier of France and head of the
French delegation to the armament
imitation conference, landed here to
day. Former Premier Rene Viciani
was in the party;
BLUEBEARD OF FRANCE
BROUGHT TO THE BAR
Versailles, Nov. 7. Court officials
are here today for the trial of Henri
Desire Landru, the Bluebeard of Gam Gam-bais,
bais, Gam-bais, charged with eleven murders.
SEEKING TRAINING QUARTERS
IN THE SOUTH
Boston, Nov. 7- George Grant,
owner of the Boston Nationals, left
today for Hot Springs as his first stop
on a southern trip in search of new
spring training quarters for the
Braves. The team trained last year,
at Galveston. Grant said he was in inclined
clined inclined to favor Florida or Louisiana
for a training camp.
Dr. and Mrs. E. G Lindner and two
children arrived home Saturday night.
Mrs. Lindner and children spent the
summer in Patton, Pa., where Dr.
Lindner ined them three weeks ago.
They visited other places in the north
before returning home.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Miss Mildred Essex, of Palatka, an
experienced bacteriologist, has been
selected to take charge of the Talla
hassee laboratory. She has recently
held a responsible position in Jack
sonville, with the state board cf
health. Times-Union.
Miss Essex is a former Ocalan,
having for a number of years lived on
Watula street.
Mr. Homer Agnew has returned
from a week's vacation spent in Tara-pa-
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and bv virtue of a certain execution
issued out of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Court, in and for Marion county, t ior ior-ida,
ida, ior-ida, 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
lfith Day of November. A. D. 1221
at the store house formerly occupied
by W. A. Miller on Broadway street, in
the Ocala House, Ocala, FlI., between

the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m-, crier
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following 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 V. 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 certs.
Thi3 November 5th, A. D. 1021.
S. a iL Thomas,
S.eri, Marion County, Floriia.
FlaiatiTs Atte-rrey. ll-5-10t



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ciation. They had all been in attend- j
ance on the meeting of the American i

Prison Association in Jacksonville and;

came to Ocala for the special purpose
of visiting the school. They were

well pleased with what they saw. Mr.

Steele made a special visit to the Star
office for the purpose of expressing

his favorable opinion of the school,

which he said was one of the best he

ever visited. A reporter interviewed
the five ladies at the union station,

where" they boarded a r northbound
train "Saturday afternoon, and they
all praised the Ocala institution high

ly. Miss Kite entertained the visitors
most hospitably, giving them the best
test of her charges as housekeepers,
and taking them in the school's car to

view the beauties of Silver Springs.

advertising; RATES

Dlmptayt Plate 15 cents per Inch, foi

jonseeutlve insertions. Alternate toaer
tions 25 per cent additional. Compost

tion charges on ads. that run less than
six times 10 cents per 4nch. Special

position 2a per cent additional. Rater

based on four-Inch mini rmrm. Less than

four inches will take a higher rate,

which will be furnished upon appllca
tion.

It end lac Notices Five cents oer line

for first Insertion; threw cents iper line
for each subsequent, insertion. One

change a week allowed on readers with

out extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.

The sports writers decline- to be

bound by such a little thing as Eng

lish grammar.

. Florida and South Carolina tied on
the gridiron in Tampa -Saturday.

Greek met Greek.

citizens or ueLand are raising
money to build a commercial hotel on

the site of the Putnam.

ray your taxes this .; month, save

yourself two per cent and "give the

county, some money to work on.

The city of Baltimore will take
care of Fort McHenry, and the city
of St. Augustine should take care of

Fort Marion.

Statesmen are judged by results in

Japan, and the assassination of Pre Premier
mier Premier Hara may have saved him from

committing Hara kari later on.

.The Star opines that the sheep
gland remedy, like trying to shoot
yellow fever germs out of the air with
cannon, and Koch's lymph, is only a

superstition. V-

Herb Felkel is still writing verses
about Mary's lamb. Isn't that blamed

Iamb ever going to, grow up --Jack

sonville Metropolis. .
How about Mary?

The three soldiers from Carlstrom

Field, charged with killing Fred Pitts

at Charlotte Harbor some months ago;

will be tried m the United States

court in Jacksonville.

ine statesmen in Colombia are
quarreling over thattwenty-five mill

ion dollar indemnity offered by the

United States for the Panama canal,

but there is no hope they will reject it

Kissimmee is winning favorable

notice thruout the courfkry as a bird

sanctuary. It has. an ordinance against

shooting birds in the town limits, and

enforces it. Such a reputation is an

enviable asset to a town..

Tampa Tribune wants the "front
porch" put at the "back" of the house,
possibly fearing another "front

porch campaign." Times-Union.

Front porch campaigns surely are

bad for the democratic party. -' i

The Ocala Industrial School had

distinguished visitors Friday and Sat

urday. They were Rev- John Steele,

director of the department of delin

quency, Presbyterian board of tern
perance and moral welfare, Pitts

burgj Mrs." M. Ford, commissioner of

charities and corrections, Arkansas

Miss Bess Morhous, field agent public
health service; Miss Parmelia C.
Shields of the Louisiana board of
health; Dr. Valeria H.: Parker, execu executive
tive executive secretary of the U. S. social hy hygiene
giene hygiene board; Miss Martha P. Falconer
of the American social hygiene asso-

is known by Printers Ink and the Edi

tor and Publisher that this is the

largest single advertisement ever
printed by any newspaper in the

United States. The advertisement

was most effectually planned, not be

ing, arranged in solid pages,, but in interspersed
terspersed interspersed with well chosen reading
matter. Such an advertisement is

proof positive of the merit of the

Tribune as an advertising medium.

both in its circulation and trie quality
of its readers.

UNPROFITABLE ADVERTISING

Marion county will not vate bonds

so her roads are almost impis sable.

Fort Lauderdale Sentinel.

Where did you get that stuff,

George? Marion county banded for

$560,000 a year and a hall' ago and

hundreds of cars pass over its roads

every day.

So far as we know, they haven't

done it lately, but in years past Ocala

business men have wasted much of

their good money in the sort of ad

vrtislng described in the following
eiticle from the Lakeland Telegram,
which also expresses good sentiment

regarding community spirit:

"Still another evidence of this com

munity spirit cropped up Thursday
when one of the vast invading army

of dollar grabbers tried to 'put one

over on the chamber or commerce

through the medium of unprofitable

advertising. In this instance the slick

individual sought to sell space on the
back of a restaurant menu. Some

business concerns had already 'fallen'
for the smooth talk and had authoriz authorized
ed authorized the taking of space but later on
the artist bumped up against a mem member
ber member of the chamber of commerce who
demanded that the solicitor show his

permit from the. manager's office

Then there came the usual line of talk
to the effect: 'Are you going to let

the chamber or commerce do your

thinking Are you not yet out of the

infant class and able to us your own
judgment?1 And a lot more of that
sort of bunk. But eventually Mr.
Slickone put in his appearance at
chamber of commerce headquarters
seeking a permit to clean up some

where about $600 of good Lakeland
money at an outlay of probably not
more than $10. Unprofitable advertis advertising
ing advertising was written all over thi scheme
and to the everlasting credit of the
business man whose' business was be being
ing being used tc put the proposition over,
that gentleman flatly refused to allow
his name, to be used and further stat stated
ed stated that if the menus were printed they
would not appear in his restaurant.
That was the sensible, patriotic and
loyal thing to do; stand by his organ organization
ization organization for the protection of his fel fellows
lows fellows and the good name of his com community.
munity. community. Through this one agency of
the chamber of commerce alone thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars will be saved to the
business men of Lakeland. The main
thing to remember is to ask any soli solicitor
citor solicitor who puts in an appearance with
this outside scheme if he or she has
a. permit from the chamber of com commerce.
merce. commerce. Right then and there begins
the movie fade-away process; the
solicitor keps his pet scheme, the mer merchant
chant merchant his coin. A full understanding
of the community spirit and its prac practical
tical practical application wil lcause the pro promoter
moter promoter of unprofitable advertising to
fight shy of Lakeland. Like the pro professional
fessional professional beggar, this class of people
seem to know where the easy picking
is to be found. Let us unite in putting
up the bars so far as this community
is 'concerned."

Brother Lee of the Winter Haven

Chief drily remarks: "The governor

of Kansas has appointed it day for

every Kansas to say 'My neighbor is
perfect. We are thinking rjiere will
be a good many mental reservations
in the Sunflower State that day."

HONOR ROLL AT

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

HCIASSMED
u)vmTisii!Hfrs

Superintendent Blitch of the state
farm, in a communication to the
Times-Union of Saturday says there
has not been a rifle at the farm in
three ,years, and that Luther Wilson
stole the horse he rode away on. All
good so far as it goes. But it is also
charged that Mr. Blitch made Wilson
a guard, or is might be more accurate
to say a trusty. He should explain
that charge also.

MICKTE SAYS

-TVV MGRGVAAVTf VdWO MOANS

FOLKS AIV4X BUNlvV t MX.

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ADVERTING

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Florida justice is looking up. In
the state this year three white mur mur-dereres
dereres mur-dereres have been hung and a fourth
convicted without a recommendation
to mercy. Two white men have been
sent to the. pen for life, a jury has
convicted a white woman of a serious
crime, and she has been given a prison
sentence of three years.

It is the Star's opinion that a law
fining a county in which a lynching
took place ten thousand dollars would
be unconstitutional, and if it wasn't
it is mighty seldom that a jury could
be found that would find a whole coun county
ty county guilty for an act committed by a
comparatively small number of its
people.

i The government of Lenine and
Trotzky says that it will do all it can
to undo anything the limitation of
armaments conference may try to do.
But the people of Russia will throw
Lenine and Trotzky overboard one of
these days and then Russia will join
any movement for the common good.

Geographers should heed the fol following
lowing following from the. Tampa Tribune:
"The celebrated shoals in north Ala Alabama
bama Alabama which Henry Ford has bid so
high for, was named for the well well-known
known well-known bivalve,' and not for the part
of the human anatomy; therefore, its
correct spelling is 'M-u-s-s-e-1.'

FOR SALE 1 -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

FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
rooms at 304 N. Main street. Rates
$1 per day or $5 per week. Phone
476. . 4-3t
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

The following students have main maintained
tained maintained the standard of 90 in deport deportment,
ment, deportment, 95 in attendance, 95 in punctu punctuality
ality punctuality and 90 in each subject for the
first month and are, therefore, eligible
for the honor roll of the Ocala public
schools:
North Ocala: Mildred Beard, Irma
Smith.
High School Building
Low 4, Room 1, Mrs. Kelsey teacher:
Virginia Carmichael, Elsie Burnett,
Alvin Chace, Ruby Hales, Flora Mc McKay,
Kay, McKay, Elizabeth Winn, Pauline' Will Williams.
iams. Williams. ;
Low 4, Room 2, Miss Merritt teach teacher:
er: teacher: Mary B. Sheppard.
High 4, Miss Smith teacher: Lucile
Smith, Thelma Clayton, Sarah Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, Ruth Roseke, Katherine Griffith,
Wilhemina Greene, David Freymuth,

Low 5, Miss M., McNeil teacher:
Eva Brooks, J. P. Chandler Walter
Preer..
High 5, Miss Cole teacher: Ulmer
Savage.
Low 6, Miss Smedley teacher:
Daisibel Clement, Gladys Hales Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Davis, Gladys Russell, Kingman
Moore.
Low 7, Miss Carlisle teacher: Dora
Burnett, Lucretia Hocker, Willie

Huckaby, Amy Long.

Low 8, Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Wesson

teachers: James Hardee, Euva Bur Burton,
ton, Burton, Myra Baxter, Marie Snowden,
Margaret DalzelL

High School
Freshmen, .Wilma Shephard; soph

omore, Marjorie Burnett, Karl Hen Hen-derly,
derly, Hen-derly, Mary C. Logan, Helen Leitner;

junior, Marion Meffert; senior, Edith

Edwards, Wilson Pierce.

CREDIT REDOUNDS

TO THE COACHES

(Continued from First Page)

FOR RENT Four furnished rooms
and bath apartment for rent two
blocks from postoffice. Apply to
Mrs. R. T. Weaver at the Elite Mil Millinery
linery Millinery Shop. 7-6t

FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment.
Phone 389 or apply to S. S. Savage
Sr., 746 Wyomena St., Ocala. 2-6t

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 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

dred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf

LOST On Saturday morning, a pair

of eyeglasses with aluminum bows
and case. Return to Star office and

receive reward. v 31-tf

FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,

pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga

rage 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

us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and

117. 28-tf

FOR RENT Extra large and well

ventilated rooms, furnished or vat-

furnished, hot and cold water in
bath. Largest and best rooms in
town for the money. Call at the

Dormitory or phone 305. 26-tf

PAINTING For the better, class of
interior painting and refinishing
furniture and pianos, phone si 07. T.

D. Dillon. 5-6t

$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

FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
to rent for sleeping apartments, not

housekeeping. Phone 221, No. 607
Fort King Ave, 6-6t

NOTICE

Notice is given that the city coun council
cil council of Ocala, Florida, will on the 15th
dav of November. 1921. 7:30 o'clock

d. m.. receive bids for drilling of

sewer well, same to be double cased
with wrought iron pipe, outside casing-
12 inch, inside casing 10 inch; well
to be sunk and cased to cavity suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to carry off flow of septic tank.
Address bids and secure desired in information
formation information from city clerk. 27-5t
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
Cranford Standley's home made
candies fresh daily. Quality Fruit
Store, next to Masters- 29-tT

Sunday morning's Tribune carried
a special section of forty pages, eight
columns to the page, making 320 col columns
umns columns of advertising matter for the
Tampa Hardware Company, one of
the largest and most progressive con-

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
ftew bed room, dining room, parlor
and .kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire, Theus Bret. Phons
19. 10-12-tf

LOTS OF PRETTY GIRLS
WITH THE HOWE SHOWS

"Girls, and lots of 'em. More girls,

good looking girls, wholesome looking

girls, fresh looking girls get all you

can. They brighten up the show, the

parade and the whole of circus day,"
so spoke the manager of the Howe's
Great London Circus and Van Am Am-burg's
burg's Am-burg's Trained Wild Animals, coming
to Ocala, Tuesday, November 8th.

The manager was speaking of girls
for the opening spectable of the big
show, for the Howe-Van Amburg
troupe is leading all first rank cir cir-Cvises
Cvises cir-Cvises in the number of personable
girl performers and trainers in its
personnel.
In the two-mile street parade,
youH be pleasantly surprised at the
scores of nice appearing flappers and
matrons 'atop the floats and the tableau-
wagons. In the cages and dens
will ride a number of women trainers.
And in the den of "Little Vic," the
baby hippo, youH see Clarice French,
who looks twelve, but who's actually
af the advanced age of seventeen.
She's teaching "Little Vic" to shim-my.

EAT AT THE MAXINE

Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twentyne meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf

Thi" 1s a Stude baker year.

tf

.THfc I can now give you the
40ggp, i- latest. UD-to-date

methods, assuring you

the most careful and

thoro service.

OR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist, and Optician
Eyesight Speciali:

0

Raymond Palmer
&
Company

81 Broad Street
New York Cty
Members American Cotton &
Grain Exchange. Members of
Clearing House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains one thousand bushels
and upward. Stocks ten shares
and upward. Cotton margin $5
per bale; grain margin 6c. per
bushel.
Battle & Co., Ocala
Office Merchants Block
Room 2
We promise quick service,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extend to Ocala and
surrounding territory the facil facilities
ities facilities of our office.
Phone No. 441. Private Wire

down for a five yard loss. On second J
down Knight failed to deliver a gain.
On third down Fielding received a j
fcrward pas for a 13-yard gain. I
On the fourth down Rawls carried the ;
ball over. First down Williams made J
one yard. Second down Rawls made
four yards. Third down Rawls failed j

to gain. Whistle blew for half.
Third Quarter
DeLand again kicked off. Williams
caught the ball and gained 20 yards.
Ocala attempted a shoe-string for forward
ward forward pass but the man on the side

line who was to receive. the ball failed
to get under it and the play failed.
Seccnd down, Ocala off side and pen penalized.
alized. penalized. Third down Smith received a
lateral pass and went around right
end for a touchdown, but unfortu

nately after making that run down j
almost the entire field it was discov- j
ered that one of Smith's feet had gone i
out of bounds after a 20-yard gain, j
First down Williams made five yards.
Second, down Ocala was held for a
loss. Third down Smith fumbled and

DeLand recovered the ball. DeLand
made three yards through the line on
her first down. On her second down
she made a gain through tackle and
was tackled by Ocala's safety behind
the line of scrimmage. As. he fell the
DeLand player fumbled the ball but
another DeLand played recoveredit
and had an open field for a touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. Goal kicked. Ocala 14, DeLand
7. DeLand kicked off and Williams
caught the ball and gained 20 yards.
Ocala's first down gained eight yards
around right end, Smith carrying the
ball. Second down Rawls took the
ball over. First down Williams made
five yards. Knight made three yards
and Smith gained 10 yards. On the
first down Ocala fumbled but recover recovered
ed recovered the ball without gaining. Knight
made three yards and Smith seven
yards. First down incompleted for forward
ward forward pass, second Rawls made two
yards and on the third Wiliams made
no gain. Ocala punted and DeLand
received the ball on her three-yard
line and was tackled by Fielding and

Borland. DeLand kicked out and
Smith carried the ball ten yards.

Williams failed to make a gain, but

Rawls gained three yards over center
Third down incompleted forward
pass. Smith gained four yards over
right tackle. Williams failed to make
gain. Knight fumbled and DeLand re recovered
covered recovered the ball.

Fourth Quarter
DeLand made no gain on the first

down around right end. Second down
four yards over right tackle. Rawls
broke up a fake punt for a loss. De-

Land punted and Williams received

the ball. Williams lost on an attempt attempted
ed attempted run around left end. Smith gained

five yards around right end and

Rawls made six yards through the
line. Smith lost two yards on lateral
pass. v Rawls went over right tackle

for four yards. Third down incom

pleted forward pass. Ocala punted

out of bounds on 25-yard line. De-

Land advanced the ball 20 yards on
first down. Fielding stopped them

after a" 22-yard gain. Second down

four, yards around right end. Third

down incompleted forward pass. De-

Land- punted. Knight failed to gain

on first down. Williams one yard.

Smitl made seven yards. Fourth down
Rawls took the ball over. Williams
six yards, Rawls one yard, Knight
feur yards. First down William's two
yards, Smith around right end for 20
yards. First down Smith five yards,
Williams one yard, Smith three yards.
Fourth down Rawl3 took the ball over.
First down no gain, second, Smith
eight yards around right end. And
the whistle blew.
In picking stars for Saturday's
game the whole Ocala team might be
mentioned without making any mis

take, but probably the outstanding
players were Williams, for his head-

work and brawn, Knight, Rawls and

Smith. The back field did good work

but the line enabled them to do it
Rah! Rah! Team!
Following was the Ocala line-up:

Borland, left end; J. Troxler, left

tackle; L. Troxler, left guard; Stev

ens, center; Lummus, right guard;

Leak, right tackle; Fielding, right

hend; Williams, quarter back; Knight,

left half; Rawls, right half; Smith,
fullback.
Referee, Davis; umpire, Rasco.

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Lcck

Phone 163 Ocala, Florid-

OCAIA ELECTRIC
SHOE SHOP
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 give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
Rainy Day.
For your Soles Sake
Phone Us.
Oar worli Is Walk About
Others work is Talk
About,

fh D 1 2" Try It it is a hard ichect tlour

VJlcI I y zJcti as good

cs city cud less in price

UNEED-lS and all former

10c pkgs. Crackers.
'Three packages
for..
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon. . .'.
Campbell's Soup
per can. .v 1
Campbell's Soup,
four'cans fcr. : .
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen

Cherry Bell Flour (J f Q p p-24.
24. p-24. lb sack.. 01.00

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,'
three pounds for.

8c

20 c
15c
15c
12c
45c
8c
21c
55 c

$1.20
...60c

30c

30c
. 40c
. 75c
$1.10

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

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen..
Evaporated Milk,
small

Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen...
Three packages
Argo Starch
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SYNOPSIS,

CHAPTER I-Zxltiinc on thm 8au
Francisco water front, John Ralney.
newpaper reporter, U ac coated by a blind
man, a riant in aixe, who aaka Ralaejr
to lead him to tb aaallnr schooner Kar Karluk.
luk. Karluk. The blind man tells Balncy be is
an old shipmate of Captain Stmma of the
Karluk and desires to make his visit a
surprise. He sales Ralney te lead him
aboard, and Ralney does so. In the
cabin they find Captain Simms and a man
named Carlsen. Simms recocni the
blind man. caUlna- him Jim Lund. Lund
accuses Simms of abandoning him, blind
on an ice floe, and denounces him for
what he calls his ingratitude. Cttmms
denies the charre, but Lund refuses to
be pacified. He declares his intention of
accompanying; the Karluk on its expedi expedition
tion expedition north, where it is going in quest
of a gold field which Lund has discov discovered.
ered. discovered. Peggy, Mmrae' daughter, is aboard,
and defends her father. Carl sen, who is
a physician, drugs Ralney.
CHAPTER IL Awaking from his stu stupor,
por, stupor, Ralney finds himself at sea. Carlsen
informs him be has been kidnaped be because,'
cause,' because,' having learned the object of the
expedition, he might have divulged it and
frustrated the plans of the voyarera. He
offers Rainey a share of the gold, and
Ralney, seeing nothing else to be done,
declares himself satisfied. Lund gives
him a brief account of a former expedi expedition
tion expedition of the Karluk, tells him he distrusts
Carlsen, and suggests a "partnership,"
Ralney to act as Lund's "eyes."

CHAPTER III. Rainey, having; a alight
knowledge of seamanship, is made sec second
ond second mate of the vessel. Captain Simms
is In exceedingly poor health, and the

navigation of the snip is entirely in we
hands of Doctor Carlsen. At the tatter's

Suggestion a shooting match is arranged
between the "hunters" aboard, the ves

sel being ostensibly on a sealing; expedi expedition.
tion. expedition. Lund, although blind, demonstrates
he can shoot "by sound." The hunters
havlnr emDtled their revolvers, Carlsen

tells them there are no more shells on

board. .

CHAPTER rV. Watching the pursuit
of a whale by its natural enemies, the
vessel is mishandled and narrowly

escape disaster. In the confusion the
shiD's boy. Sandy, is swept overboard.

Ralney rescues him, earning his gratl gratl-ture
ture gratl-ture and incidentally the admiration of
Psggy. The captain's illness seems about

to have a fatal ending.

CHAPTER V.
Sandy Speaks.

' The next morning Rainey, going on
deck to relieve Hansen at eight bells,

fn the commencement ol the forenoon
watch, found Lund In the bows as he
walked forward, waiting for the bell
to be struck. Lightly W he trod, the
giant heard him and Instantly recog

nized him. "Seen Sandy yet?"
"I haven't had a chance. I Im Imagined
agined Imagined It would be the best not to
be seen talking to him."
"Right. Matey, things are comln
to a head. There's ice In the- air. I
can smell It Feet the difference In
temperature? Ice, all right. An that
means two things. JVe're nigh one
of the Aleutians, an' Bering strait is
full of ice. Early, a bit, but there's
nothln' reglar 'bout the way Ice
forms. I've got a strong hunch some some-thin
thin some-thin g'll break before we make the
strait.
"There's one thing In our favor. Yore

savin' Sandy has set you solid wjith
the hunters. They won't be so keen
to maroon you. An' they'll think
twice about puttln me ashore blind.
I used to git along fine with the hunt hunters.
ers. hunters. All said an' done, they're men
at bottom. Got their hearts gold-plated
right now. But"
He seemed obsessed with the idea
that the crew, with Carlsen as prime
Instigator, had determined to leave
them stranded on some volcanic, lone lonely
ly lonely barren Islet. Rainey wondered
what actual foundations he had v for
that theory.
He found no chance to talk with
Sandy. He noticed the boy looking
at him once or twice, wistfully, he
thought, and yet furtively. Carlsen
did not appear during the morning,
neither did the hunters. Nor the glrL
At noon Carlsen came up to take
his observation. He said nothing to
Ralney, but the latter noticed the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's face seemed more sardonic than
nsual as he tucked his sextant under
his arm. f
With Hansen on deck they all assem assembled
bled assembled at the table with the exception
of the captain. Tamada served per perfectly
fectly perfectly and silently. The doctor con conversed
versed conversed with the" girl to a low voice.
Once or twice she smiled across the
table at Ralney In friendly fashion.
"Skipper enny better T asked Lund,
at the end of the meaL
Carlsen Ignored him, but the girl
answered:
' "l am afraid not." It was not often
she spoke to Lund at all, and Ralney
wondered If she had experienced any
change of feeling toward the giant as
well as himself.
Carlsen got up, announcing his in

tention of going forward. Lund nod

ded significantly at Ralney as if to
suggest that the doctor was going to

foregather with the hunters, and that
this might be an opportunity to talk

with Sandy.

"Goto to turn in," he said. "Eyes

hurt me. It's the Ice In the wind."
Carlsen had already vanished and
the girl went to her room.
The door from the galley corridor
opened, and a head was poked in cau cautiously.
tiously. cautiously. Then Sandy came Into the
cabin.
"Beg pardon. Mister Rainey, sir."
said the roustabout. "I was through
with the dishes. I wanted to have
a talk with yer." His pop-eyes roamed
about, the cabin doubtfully.
"Come In here," said Ralney, and
ushered Sandy Into his own quarters.
"Now, then," he said, established
on the bunk, while Sandy stood by the
partition, slouching, irresolute, nil
slack jaw working as if he was chew chewing
ing chewing something, "what is it. my ladr
"They'd kick the stuffln' out of mi
if they knew this," said Sandy. Tvt
bin warned to hold my tongue. Dent Denting
ing Denting said he'd cut It oat if I chattered

ou went overboard" after me, sir
None of them would. I've heard what
Mr. Carlsen said, that I didn't ermount
to nothln. Mebbe I donX but Tva
got my own reasons for hangln on.
Me, of course I don't ermount to much.
Why would I? If I ever had mothei
an father, I never laid eyes on 'em
I've made my own livin sence I was
eight. I've never ad enough grub Id
my belly till I worked for Tamada
The Jap slips me prime fillln'. He't
only a Jap, but he's got more hear
than the rest o that bloody bunch pat
tergether."
Ralney nodded.
"Tell me what you know, fufckly
Ton may be wanted any minute.
The words seemed to stick in th
lad's dry throat, and then they camf
with a gush.
"It's the doc! Ifs Carlsen who'i
.turned 'em into a lot of bloody Bol
shevlks, sir. Told 'em they ought tc
have an ekal share in the gold. Eka!
all round, all except Tamada en me
I don't count An Tamada's a Jap

The men Is sore at Mr. Lund becoi
he sex the skipper left him be'lnd or
the ice. Carlsen's worked that up
too. Said Lund made 'em all out t
be cowards. Cept Hansen, that Is
He don't dare say too much, or they1
jump him, but Hansen sort of hint!
that Cap'n Simms ought to have gon
back after Lund, could have gone back
is the way Hansen put it. So they'n
all goln to strike."
Ralney's mind reacted swiftly ti
Sandy's talk. It seemed inconceivabl
that Carlsen would be willing to shar
alike with the hunters and" the crew
Sandy's imagination had been runnint
wild, or the men had been making i
fool of him. The girl's share would b
thrown into the common lot And thet
flashed over him the trick by whict
Carlsen had disposed of all the ammu ammunition
nition ammunition in the hunters' possession. Hi
had a deeper scheme than the one h
fed to the hunters, and which he mere merely
ly merely offered to serve some -present pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Rainey's jaw muscles bunched
"Go on, Sandy," he "said tersely.
"There ain't much more, sir. They'tt
goin to put It up to Lund. First thei
figgered some on settin' him ashore
with you an' the Jap. That's wha'
Carlsen put up to 'em. But they warnt
ia favor of that Said Lund found the
gold, an ought to have an ekal share
with the rest. An they're feelln diff diff-runt
runt diff-runt about you, sir, since you saved
me. Not becoas It was me, but becoz
it was what Deming calls a i n
plucky thing to do."
"How did you learn all this 7' de demanded
manded demanded Ralney.
"Scraps, sir. Here an there. The
tailors gams about It nights when
they thinks I'm asleep In the fo'c's'le.

An I keeps my ears open when I waits

on the hunters.' But they ain't goln'

to give you no share, becoz you warn't

In on the original deal. But they ain't

goln to maroon you, neither, unless

Lund bucks an 'you stand back of

him."
"How about Captain Simms?"

"Carlsen sez he'll answer for him,
sir. He boasts how he's goin to marry

the gal. That'll giv him three shares

countin' the skipper's. The men

don't see that but I did. He's a bloody

fox. Is Carlsen."

"When's this comine off?" asked

Ralney.

"Quick I They're, goin' to sight land
termorrer, they say. I heard that this

mornln'. I hid in my bunk."

"All, right, Sandy. You're smarter
than I thwjght you were. Sure of all

thisr

"I ain't much to look at, sir, but

ain't had to buck my own way without

glttln on ter myself. You wou't give
me away; though? They'd keelhaul

me. u

"I won't You cut along. And If we
happen to come out ontop, Sandy, IU

see thatCH -set a share out or it
"Thank ytTU," sir. ?

"I'll come out with you," said

' Ralney. "If any one comes In before

you get .clear, 111 give you an order,

I sent for you, understand."

But Sandy got back Into the galley

without any trouble. Rainey began to

pace the cabin again, and then went

back into his own room to line the
thing up. Lund was asleep, but he
would waken him, he decided, filled
with admiration at the blind man's
sagacity and the way he had foreseen

the general situation.

There was not much time to lose.

Ralney did not see what they could do
against the proposition. He was sure

that Lund would not consent to it
And he might have some plan. He
had hinted that he had cards up hit

sleeve.

What Carlsen's ultimate plans were
r Ralney did not bother himself with.
. That it meant the fooling of the whole
' crew he did not doubt He intended
eventually to gather all the gold. And

the, girl she would be in his power.

But perhaps she wanted to be? Ralney
got out of his blind alley of thought

and started into the main cabin to giv

Lund the news.

The girl was coming out of her fa-

ther's room.
"Any better?" asked Ralney.

"No. I can't understand It Hs
seems hardly to Ijnow me. Doctoi
, Carlsen came along because of father!
sciatica, but there's something else

and the doctor can't help It any.
can't quite understand

She trailed off In her speech, look

, lng uncertainly at Ralney. The lattet

came to a decision.

"Miss Simms," he said, "are yoo

going to marry Doctor Carlsen?"

Suddenly Rainey was aware thai

some one had come into the cabin. It
was Carlsen, now swiftly advancing

toward him, bis face livid, his mouth

snarling, and his black eyes devilish

with mischief.

"Ill attend to this end of it" h
said. "Peggy, you had better go in tc

your father. I'll be in there In a min

ute. He's a pretty sick man," h

added. -

His snarl had changed to a smile

and he seemed to have swiftly con

trolled himself. The girl looked at
both of them and slowly went Into thf

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It Rainey Gripped With Him.
captain's room. Carlsen wheeled or

Rainey, his face once more a mask oi

hate.
TU put you where you belong, yot

d d interloper." he saldr "What Id

. h 1 do you mean by asking her that

question"

"That's my business."

Til make it mine. And 111 settW
yonrs vefyshortly, once and for all. 1

suppose youTe soft on the girl your

self." he sneered. "Think yourself t

hero Do you think she'd look at you

a beggarly newsmonger? Why, she

"You can leave her out of It" ald
Rainey, quietly. "As for you, I think
you're a dirty blackguard."
Carlsen's hand shot back to bis hip
pocket as Rainey's fist flashed through
the opening and caught him high on
the jaw, sending him staggering back,
crashing against the partition and down
Into the cushioned seat that ran
around the place.
- But his gun was out. As he raised lt
Ralney grappled with him. Carlsen

pulled trigger, and the ballet smashed
through the skylight above them, while
Ralney forced up his arm, twisting it

fiercely with both hands until the gun
fell on the seat.

Simultaneously the girl and Lund

appeared.

"Gun-play?" rumbled the giant

That'll be you, Carlsen 1 You're too

fond of shooting 'off that gat of yores.1

Rainey had stepped back at the

girl's exclamation. Carlsen recovered
his gun and put it away, while Peggy

Simms advjanced with blazing eyes.

"You coward! she said. "If I had

thought oh !'

She made a gesture of utter loath

ing, at which Carlsen sneered.

"IU show you whether I'm a cow coward
ard coward or not my lady," he said, .''before
I get through with all of you. And
m tell you one thing: The captain's
life is in my hands. And he and I are
the only navigators aboard this vessel.

except a fool of a blind man," he add

ed, as he strode to the door of Simms'
cabin, turned to look at them, laughed
deliberately In their faces and shut

.the door on them.

"Well?" asked Lund,"whaf are you
goln to do about it, Rainey? Stick

with me, or line up with the rest of
'em, work yore passage, an' thank 'em
for nothing when they divvy the stuff

anMeave you out?"

"You havn't said outright what you
are going to Tdo yourself, replied
Ralney. "As for me, I seem to be be

tween the devil and the deep sea. Carl

sen has got some plan to outwit the
men. It's Inconceivable that hell b

willing to give them equal shares. And

he has no .use for me."

"You haven't said outright what yov

of his before he did," said Lund. "He'll
put you out of the way If he can, but
now his temper's bi'ied over a bit, hell
not shoot y6u. Not afore the gold's In

the hold.

"As for me," he went on, his voice
deepening, "I found this gold, .an they

didn't I don't have to diwy with 'em,
an I won't If enny of 'em thinks he's

my equal all he's got to do is say so,

an m give him a chance to prove It

Feel those arms, rnatejv size me up,

Man to man, I c'ud break enny three
of 'em in halt Put me In a room with
enny three of 'em, an the door locked,

an one ud come out That "ud be me."

This was not bragging, not bluster

lng, but calm assurance, and Ralney

felt that Lund merely stated what he
believed to -be facts. And Ralney be believed
lieved believed they were facts. There was a
confident strength of spirit aside from
his physlclal condition that emanated

from Lund as steam comes from a ket

tie. It was the -sort of strength that
lies In a steady gale, a wind that on
"can lean against an elastic powei
with big reserves of force. But th

conditions were all against Lund
though he proceeded to put then

aside.

"Man to man," he repeated, "I c'ud

beat 'em Into Hamburg steak. An rv
: got brains enough to foot Carlsen. Pv
outguessed him so far."
"He's got the gun," warned Rainey
"Never mind his gun. I ain't afraU
of his gun." He nodded with such su supreme
preme supreme confidence that Ralney felt
himself suddenly relegating the doc
tor's possession of the gun to th
background. "If Ids gun's the only
thing trubblin you. forget lt You an
me got to know where we stand. Iti
up to you. I won't blame you foi
shift in over. An I can git along with
out you. if need be. But we've gol
along together fine; I've took a notios
to you. I'd like to see you get a whacl
of that gold, an all the devils In h
an' out of lt ain't goln' to stop me fronr
gittin It!"
He talked in a low voice, bat it rum
bled like the distant roar of a bull
Ralney looked at the Indomitable ja
that the beard could not hide, at thf
great barrel of his chest the bough
like arms, the swelling thighs anc
'calves, and responded to the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that Lund could rise In Berserkei
rage and sweep aside all opposltlstu
,,, ,, fwiy-l mmmii. mm mm frVfowv".:

you maxe or rnati"
"I don't know what to make of It
answered Lund. "If It Is, God help th
skipper! I reckon he's in a bad way
Ennyhow, be'a out of It for the tim
bein. Rainey."
"There's the girl." said Ralney. "1
don't believe she wants to marry Cart
sen."
"If she does," said Lund, "she aint

the kind we need worry, about II

you're interested about the gal, Ralney
an I take it you are, rm tellin yot
that CarisenU marry her if It suits hii
book. If It don't he wont An if h
wins out hell take her without both
erin about prayer-books an ceremo
Dies. I know his breed. All men an
more or less selfish an' shy on morals
In streaks more or less wide, but tha
Carlsen's just plain skunk. Tm ni
saint but so long as I can keep wig
glln, there "aint enny hunter or sea
man goln to harm a decent gal. That'i
another way they aint my equal
Rainey. Savvy? Nor is Carlsen
There ain't enough real manhood it
that Carlsen to grease a skillet How
about It Ralney; are you lined ut
with me?"
"Jast as far as I can go, Lund. I'n
with you to the limit"
Lund brought down his hand with i
mighty swing and caught at Rainey:i
in mld-alr," gripping It till Ralney bi bi-his
his bi-his lips to repress a cry of pain.
"You've got the guts!" cried thi
tiant. checking the loudness of his

voice abruptly. "I knew It It ain't

an goln' to go as they like lt Watch i
my smoke.- Now, then, keep out of!
Carlsen's way all you can. He may
try an pick a row with you that'll put J
you in wTong all around. Go easy an
speak easy till land's sighted."
"What do you think Carlsen's game
la, if It goes through?"
"He's fox enough to think up a i
dozen ways. Run the schooner ashore
somewhere in the night Wreck her. i
Git 'em in the boats' with the gold. In Inside
side Inside of a week, Deming an one or two
others would have won lt Then he'd
have the only gun he'd 'shoot the lot
of 'em an say they died at sea. He
aint got enny more warm blood than
a squid. Or he might land, and accuse
'em all of piracy. What do we care
about bis plans? He ain't goln' to put
'em over."
Ralney had to relieve Hansen. He
left Lund primed for resistance against
Carlsen, against all the crew, if neces necessary,
sary, necessary, resolved to save the girl, but as
Lund stayed below and the time slid
by, his confidence oozed,. out of him,
and the odds assumed their mathemat mathematical
ical mathematical proportion.
What could they do against so
many? But he held firm in his deter determination
mination determination to do what 'he could, to go
down with the forlorn hope.
The Karluk vwas bowling along
northward toward landfall and the
crisis between Lund and Carlsen at
good speed. The weather had subsid subsided
ed subsided and the half gale now served, the
. schooner Instead of hindering her,
Ralney turned over the wheel to a'sea-

, man and paced the deck. Lund's mys

terious hints were unsatisfactory. He
could not believe them without some
basis, but the giant 'would never go
further than vague talk of a "Joker" or
card up his sleeve. And they would
need more than one card, Rainey
thought
He wondered whether they could
win over Hansen, who had spoken for
Lund against the skipper, and had
then kept his counsel..- But he dis dismissed
missed dismissed Hansen as an ally. The Scan Scandinavian
dinavian Scandinavian was6o cautious, too apt to
consider such things as odds. Sandy
was useless, aside from his good-will.
He was cowed by Demlngi scared of
Carlsen, too puny to do more than he
had done, give them warning.
Tamada? Would. he fight for the

share of gold he expected to come to
him? Lund had described him as neu

tral. But if he knew that he was to
be left out of the dl vision? At any
rate, Tamada might provide him. with

a weapon. a sharp-bladed vegetable

knife If nothing better. He could not

class Tamada as an unimportant fac

tor. There was no question to Ralney

but that Tamada was, by caste, above
his position as' sealer's cook. It was
true that a Japanese considered no

means menial If they led to the proper

end.

: Was that end merely to gain posses

sion of his share of the gold, or did

Tamada have some deeper, more com complicated
plicated complicated reason for signing on to run
the galley of the Karluk? Somehow
Ralney thought there was such a reason.

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We invite the public to take civardzge of czt delivery
system when in need of Frest1 Meats. Yea gd rcck-lcticn
prices and freejdelivery to any part of the city.
Note these prices:

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Per pound
, Loin Steak
Per pound
. Porterhouse Steak
Per pound.
Chuck Steak
Per -pound
T Roast
Per pound
Brisket Stew
Per pound
Rib Stew
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Flank Stew

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Veal Cutlets, per fb......33c

Veal Chops, per h. 35c
Veal Roast, per lb. 30c

Pork Chops
Per pound......
Pork Stew
Per pound
Pork Steak
Per pound
Pork Hams
Per pound
Round Roast
Per pound...'...
Loin Roast
Per pound

Pork Sausage
Per pound

Pork and Beef Sausage OA.
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Liver, per lb... 24c
Brains, per lb ..25c
Soup Bones lGc and 15c

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20 c
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Tickets on sale Show Day at
THE COURT PHARMACY
at the same prices charged on the show grounds

Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality

We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
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several days.

Mr. Emil Held, a clever business

man of St. Louis, was in town Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, visiting. Mr. B. Goldman.'

Coffee and cinnamon roll3 fresh ev

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Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Baskin of Dun

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Special, pie apples 30c. a dozen.
Phone 596. Fort King Confectionery.
Free delivery. 7-3t

Mrs. Donald Schreiber and little
daughter, Charlotte are spending the
first part of this week with Mrs.
Charles Chazal.

There's no 'extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158." tf

We are indebted to Mr. H. C. Jones
for a pleasant ride in one of those
classy -and comfortable OldsmobilesJ
for which he is ageiat.

Mrs. Geo. K. Williams returned
Saturday from Chicago, where she
spent the past two months visiting
friends and relatives. .;

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begin. None better. l-6t '

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tillman and in infant
fant infant son spent Sunday in Orange
Heights. Mr. Tillman returned this
morning by auto and Mrs. Tillman and
son will return this afternoon.

Best dinner in thej state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf

Mr. D. R. Savage of Yalaha, spent
Sunday in Ocala the guest of his par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage Sr.

Mr. Savage reports in the recent

storm the damage done to the citrus
crop was about 20 per cent and in

some cases as high as 50 per cent.

We can make you specially attrac

tive prices on house furnishings for

the fall and winter season. Theus

Eros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ott have returned
from Jacksonville, where they spent

last week. Mrs. Ott has gone to Or

lando to get her little daughter, who

has been staying there while her Bar

ents were away. Mrs. Ott' and little

daughter will return home the latter

part of the week.,

Test our delivery service when you

want FRESH meat. Jut call phone

108. Main Street Market. tf

Mr. J. D. McCaskill has just re received
ceived received the sad news of the death of
his brother, W. M." .McCaskill, who
died at his home in Eldorado, Ark.,
of appendicitis last week. Mr. Mc McCaskill
Caskill McCaskill was forty-eight years of age,
and leaves a widow and seven chil children.
dren. children. His family is much to be sym sympathized
pathized sympathized with, as at the time of the
death of the husband and father three
of the children were ill in the hospital
with the same sickness that left them
orphan's. Mr. J. D. McCaskill has
been ill himself for several days, and
is only able today to resume looking
after his business affairs.

Chiropractic is no longer a theory,
but a practical demonstrated fact.
You can be speedily restored to per perfect
fect perfect health by having the cause of
your ailment removed. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala, House. 22-tf

Prof. J. S. Gibson, the celebrated
phrenologist and character reader, is
in the city and will be found at the
Harrington Hall Hotel. It

Mr. Charles Tomlinson of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is in charge of one of the chairs
ir Mr. Stirling Hooper's barber Jshop.
Mr. Hooper is quite proud that he has
a full staff of ex-service men.

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You Pay 75c for pvery $1.00 Worth ol Merchandise You Buy

THE REASON We bought too much goods at tempting and irresistible prices. Due to the unseasonable
weather goods did not move as fast as've anticipated. It is now getting close to inventory time and our stock
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If you purchased the following items at our
regular low prices,

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2 spools thread at 7c

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yards of Silk, ot $1.95
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$28.50 regular price
Yen deduct -25 per cent or 7.12 yoa save
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interest to Ocala colored people:
Feeling that they could not do too
much, in honoring the man with
whom they had so : pleasantly and
harmoniously worked 'for several
ytars, Mrs. A. L. Meacham, Mrs. F.
A. Ponder and Mr. W. C. Rogers gave
a reception in honor of Prof. J. D. Mc Mc-Call
Call Mc-Call Monday night, Oct. 17, at the
residence of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Pon Ponder.
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of the folding doors, making one
large, spacious hall, which was so
prettily ar.d artistically decorated
with ferns, pot plants, flowers and
artificial carnations, making a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful background for the chandeliers.
The following program was ren rendered,
dered, rendered, Mr. W. C. Rogers master of
ceremonies:
Address by Dr. L. R. Hampton,! ;
Mr. T.IL Mencham," representing
the ex-graduates of Howard Acad-

terest and care Mr. McCall has shown
for his pupils.
Resolutions of regret were read by
Mrs. A. L. Meacham, expressing the
sincere regret of the teachers in hav having
ing having Mr. McCall leave the old school.
Solo, As High As the Stars and
As Deep as the Sea," sung by Dr. R.
S. Hughes. v-
Mrs. F. A. Ponder "presented in be behalf
half behalf of Ihe... Covenant Baptist Sunday

school

a fountain'

pen; "-which was

responded to all that had been said
to and about him. Before closing his
remarks, he introduced the new prin principal,
cipal, principal, Prof. W. L. McRae.
Victrola selection, Ave Maria.
The refreshments consisted of
chicken salad, potato salad, sweet
pickles and saltines, chocolate and
plain cake, vanilla, strawberry aijd
pineapple ice cream and fruit punch.
.The following guests were present:
Prof. JT D7 McCall, guest of honor,

son and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. R. S.
Hughes, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Alexander,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Alexander, 3Ir. and Mrs. Charles
II. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Butter-

field, Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Donaldson,

Mrs. Camilla B. Packard, Miss Hattie
Alexander and daughter, Mrs. Mattie
J. Simmons and daughter, Mrs. Fran Frances
ces Frances Maples, Mrs. M. J. Stephens, Mr.

a::d daughter, Mr. L. C. Smith, Mr. D.
W. Goodwin, Mr. N. E. Lowe, Mr. T.
H. Menchan, Mr. Edward Huggini,
Mr. Gibbs Crompton, Mr. and Mrs.
V. C. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Miller. Out of town quests included
Prof, and Mrs. V. II. kindle, president
of Fessenden Academy, Prof, and
Mrs. Williams, ProL and Mrs. J. W.
Johnson, Mioses Victory ard, Spencer,
2Irs. A. A". Scott of Niagara Falls.

TO THE PUBLIC
I am running two wood saws. John
Ilatchell and Arthur Willoughby are
operating them. See them cr rhcre
368 and your wood will be cut on srert
notice. ?
D. N. MATHEWS

; location and vo:;:: ':;orif"

Dr. F. E. 2!cC!-:r

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