The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy with local rains in north and central portions tonight or Wednesday. TEMPERATURES This morning, 63; this afternoon, 79.


Evident that a Bunch of the Unem Unemployed
ployed Unemployed Need an Outlet For
Its Energies
(Associated Press)
Paxton, 111., Nov. 8. Hundreds of
men were searching early today for
the ten bandits who last night held
Bp the New Orleans Limited on the
Illinois Central two miles south of
here, wounded fear train employes,
stole two pouches cf registered mail
and escaped after setting fire to the
mail car. No trace -of the men has
. been found and the ,nly aid to the
search being- a statement by mem members
bers members of the train crew that they were
headed west in two automobiles. The
Chicago police are guarding all road3
entering the city and the alarm has
been telephoned to all central Illinois
. towns.
Champaign, 111.. Nov. 8. The belief
that $100,000 in cash was in the mail
car of the Illinois Central train held
up near Paxton last night and
prompted the hold-up was expressed
by railroad men today. The bandits,
however, missed the most valuable
pouch in the cafr and railroad officials
said it is believed this pouch was the
one sought.
Chicago Nov. 8. The chief postal
inspector announced at noon that the
loot obtained by the robbers at Pax Paxton
ton Paxton last night would total approxi approximately.
mately. approximately. $400.
J Associated Tress)
Coconut Grove, Nov. 8. J. W. Sny Sny-'
' Sny-' der of this Ylacej is the owner of a
violin made in 1513 by Gaspard Durfu
Pruggar, one of. Italy's most noted in instrument
strument instrument makers. The vio" is re re-garded
garded re-garded by experts as rariking in beau beauty
ty beauty .and. quality with the greatest vio violins
lins violins of any master.
The instrument was made by An Antonio
tonio Antonio Regio, an Italian nobleman, ac according
cording according to history, and was presented
to Princess Selvesta Dulce of Venice.
It was willed some years ago to Mr.
Snyder by William Griffith of Chester,
Pa., as a reward for services rendered
him by Mr. Snyder twenty years be before.
fore. before. V 4
One of the largest musical instil
ment. LUULCI 11B 111 LUC IUU1HI V Ud3 111-
formed Mr. Snyder that Pruggar vio violins
lins violins were the pioneers in the field,
having been made 200 years before
Stradivarius was known and that
their commercial value is an anti anti-.
. anti-. quarian rather than a musical one.
The instrument is in a bank vault
. in Jacksonville and Mr. Snyder has
refused several large offers for it
One prospective purchaser several
weeks ago offered Mr. Snyder $100
. for the original four strings.
Jacksonville, Nov. .8. With the
American Legion "participating in the
festivities, the opening of the $72,000
race track at the state fair "grounds
here on November 11 Armistice
Day is destined to be a' memorable
occasion, and one that will attract
visitors to Jacksonville from all the
neighboring cities.
While it was originally intended to
open the new half-mile' track on Nov.
12 the opening day of the annual
fair- the management decided to join
with the local post of the American
Legion in celebrating the third anni
versay of the end of the world war,
and stage a special racing program to
commemorate the allied victory over
, the central powers in the greatest of
all wars.
The legion is planning a gala day
Among other things, there will be a
mammoth parade, the veterans prom
ising it will be the greatest pageant
fo simialr character ever staged in
Florida. The p arade will take place
prior to the ceremonies at the track
and all visitors will have opportunity
to take in both events.
Jacksonville, Nov. 8.- Sycamore
and chinaberry trees are being cut
down in Jacksonville and their places
taken along the streets by palms,
other evergreens and oaks. St. Elmo
WT. Aeosta, commissioner of public
PTOimds. wnrt fa HohiTd-? tho nmremon
says prettier streets will result and!
also that the chinaberry tree is the
.breeding place of the white fly and
the San Jose scale, both deadly ene enemies
mies enemies of Florida's citrus fruit, and that
the sycamore harbors caterpillars and


To the People of the City of Ocala:
Although at this time no proclama proclamations
tions proclamations have issued from the office of
the governor of the state or from
President Harding in regard to the
state or national observance of Armis Armistice
tice Armistice Day, November 11, 1921, as
mayor of the city of Ocala, I respect respectfully
fully respectfully request the observance of this
day as a holiday by the people of
Ocala. I respectfully request that all
merchants and business establish establishments
ments establishments of all kinds cease their busi business
ness business operations on that day, and per permit
mit permit a full holiday to all' their em employees.
ployees. employees. 4 Think of November 11th, three
years ago, and let the memory of the
emotions which you experienced on
that day when the news of victory
reached you, prevail upon you to make
the anniversary of that day a real
holiday, a day devoted to a thankful
appreciation of the benefits of that
victory and to the reverent remem remembrance
brance remembrance of those who paid so dearly for
it. R. L. Anderson Jr., Mayor.
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 8. -The farmer
boy, the printers' devil and the work workaday
aday workaday clerk are going to have their
pictures on the billboards and maga magazine
zine magazine pages this winter. They will re replace
place replace some of the swagger young men
who have been posing several seasons
for the artists hired by collar and, J
clothes manufacturers. Not a few of
these concerns have concluded that
the orchid is not the flower of young
American manhood, and they are go
ing in for" sunflowers.
The say the buying public doesn't
ike the pink-cheeked men who have
been showing the readers of adver
tisements what to wear. They seem seemed
ed seemed to have nothing to do but watch
polo ponies, indifferently peer at
yachts in the' cove or ignore the foot-
II players on the field below them
in order to swap small talk with girls
m vivid sweaters and sport starts.
eople began calling them pretty
boys, cake eaters, lounge lizards, sis sissies.
sies. sissies. Humorists poked fun at them
and the good old common people who
bought most of the collars and suits
said "If that's the kind of a face you
have to have to be' well dressed, 111
go through life a slouch."
But now they are going to show the
public that one can be a regular every
day fellow with a job and still be
smartly clothed. Last winter there
was a warm discussion within the
National Association, of Retail Cloth
iers as to the public attitude toward
the "pretty men" in advertisements.
This fall the result of this discussion
is apparent. Recently the new cata catalogue
logue catalogue of a nationally known clothing
house was published without asingle
ballroom scene, bridge part yor club
house etching1. Virile settings sur sur-planted
planted sur-planted them.
There was a drawing of an old tar
talking to two sturdy youths beside a
ship, a freighter, it was, not a pa
latial "passenger carrier. Another
showed a well dressed office worker
working. He was within sound of a
printing press. A third pictured a
farmer dressed up for a trip into
town. He bore a business-like mien
and apparently was just giving some
final instructions to the hired man on
the tractor when the artist happened
Opened Election Day in His Town In
a Manner Most Inauspicious
: (Associated Press)
Louisville, Kv., Nov. 8. W.' Over
ton Harris, democratic nominee for
mayor of Louisville, started election
day early today with a ride from a
leading hotel to police "headquarters
in a patrol wagon as a prisoner.
With Harris was Dr. H. E. Mechling,
democratic nominee for sheriff and
several other men. Harris was slated
at police headquarters on a charge of
disorderly conduct and interfering
with an officer in the discharge of his
duty. Mechling was charged with
disorderly conduct. The arrests re resulted
sulted resulted from efforts of the police .to
arrest men against whom they had
information- that they were brought
to the city to intimidate voters in to today's
day's today's election.
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
public square.


Proof Positive that Kentucky's Dark
and Bloody Ground Has
Not Reformed
(Associated Press)
Jackson, Ky., Nov. 8. Six men
were killed and five wounded in an
election fight shortly after the polls
opened at Clay Hole voting precinct
on Troublesome creek, Breathitt coun county,
ty, county, about fifteen miles from here to today.
Men Came from All Over the World
To Be Instructed at
. Macon
(Associated Kress)
Macon, Ga., Nov. 8. WTiere once
stood St. Stanislaus College, the Je Jesuit
suit Jesuit institution for the priesthood at attended
tended attended from all over the world since
1874, only a mass of cooling walls
remained today ,as the result of a
spectacular fire which destroyed the
historic institution late last night.
The fire originated on the fifth floor.
The loss is estimated at between
$150,000 and $200)00 with $00,000
Tampa, Nov. 8. Burgert Brothers,
representatives of a national motion
picture news concern, have destroyed
films they made of storm damage
here which they were preparing to.
send out for exhibition, declaring that
they would be bad advertising for
Tampa. The concern also destroyed
several hundred storm photographs
they had printed for sale, and all the
Editor Star: No law is stronger
than the sentiment of the people
whose interest the law was enacted
to protect. The wild game of this
state is well protected by law and yet
in Marion county the wild game is be being
ing being killed in and out of season by
those who do not fear or respect the
law until in the near future there will
be no wild game and only a compara comparative
tive comparative few will enjoy the killing and de destruction
struction destruction of the game.
I write this to ask all law abiding
citizens to help enforce the law. On
the 20th day of this month the game
season opens, when all citizens who
comply with the law are permitted to
hunt and shoot wild game anywhere
in Marion county, except on the east
side of the Oklawaha river, where un under
der under chapter 8721 any and all persons
are forbidden to shoot or kill by any
device any wild turkey or deer from
June, 1st, 1921, to April 1st, 1923.'
To qualify to kill wild game in this
county between Nov. 20th and Feb February
ruary February 15th any bona fide citizen can
and must, by law, obtain a license
from the county judge for the sum
of $1.25. The license permits the
holder to hunt and shoot game in any
precinct of the county of which they
are bona fide citizens, except deer and
turkey on the east side of the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha river. No license is required to
hunt and shoot game within the vot voting
ing voting precinct in which any person
actually resides and is a bona fide citi citizen,
zen, citizen, except deer and turkey on the
east side of the Oklawaha river. Any
person a citizen of any other county
in the state can hunt and shoot game
in Marion county (except deer and
turkey on the east side of the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha river) by paying a license to
the county judge of this county of
Any non-resident of this state can
obtain a license, to hunt and shoot
game in this county by paying to the
county judge a fee of $25, deer and
turkeys on the east side of the Okla
waha river excepted. The law provides
penalties by fine or imprisonment to
fail to obtain, a license or for killing
game out of season. If public senti sentiment
ment sentiment will uphold the law it will be
enforced and the quail, squirrels, tur turkey
key turkey and deer will be protected and
not depredated upon in the future as
in the past.
Some of the law-abiding citizens of
this county have organized a game
protective association as other coun- j
ties have done. The next meeting
will be held in the board of trade
room next Saturday, Nov. 12. All are
invited to attend if you want to up uphold
hold uphold and preserve the game. This, is
of no more interest to me than it is to
the humblest citizen of the county. I
do not hunt and kill game in season
nor out of season, but for the good of
all law-abiding citizens, as I see it,
I write this to try to stimulate to ac action
tion action the enforcement of our game
laws. R. F. Rogers.

Today's Elections

(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 8 Municipal con contests
tests contests featured the annual fall elections
being held throughout the country to today.
day. today. Only one state, Virginia, is
electing a governor, the candidates be being
ing being E. Lee Trinkle, democrat, and
Henry W. Anderson, republican. Sev Several
eral Several states are electing new legisla legislatures
tures legislatures in whole or hi part.
Friday, November 11th, Armistice
Day, being a legal holiday, the under undersigned
signed undersigned banks will be closed.
Ocala" National Bank.
Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
Commercial Bank. 8-3t
(Associated Press)
DeLand, Nov. 8. Volusia county's
tax assessment roll for the ensuing
year is $15,945,684 according to the
records in the office of the county tax
assessor. The assessed valuation of
real estate is placed at $11,884,010,
personal property, $2,434,090 and
railroads and telegraphs at $1,636,584.
The total county, state and poll taxes
to be collected in Volusia aggregates
(Associate Press)
Tampa, Nov. 8. Key West escaped
the recent gulf hurricane but its citi citizens
zens citizens experienced some of the fright,
that other less fortunate communi communi-ties
ties communi-ties underwent, according to W. P.
Reeve, a traveling salesman who was
there when the stornj passed by. He
laughingly described how he laid in a
supply of .good cigars and a jug of
water and a copy of Robinson Crusoe.
"1 thought if the worst came to the
worst," he said, "I might get some
tips from DeFoe's tale." There were
more serious 'preparations made also,
be said.
(Associated Press)
Cronstadt, Russia, Nov. 8. Six
thousand bolsheviki were killed in
their nine-day siege of. Cronstandt,
following seizure of the fortress by
mutineer? last March, the Associated
Press correspondent was informed to today
day today by bolsheviki sailors. The muti mutineers
neers mutineers who escaped had previously
placed the losses much higher. Sixty
thousand troops were engaged on both
Miss Stella Camp was hostess last
night at the regular weekly meeting
of the A Club. A number of friends
were invited to enjoy the evening with
the club. During the evening auction
was enjoyed, there bein four tables
of players. Miss Marian Dewey held
the highest score among the players
and for first prize was given a dainty
pair of lingerie clasps. Miss Annie
Pope Eagleton was given the conso consolation.
lation. consolation. At the conclusion of the game
the hostess served refreshments.
Those who enjoyed the evening with
the A Club- were Mrs. Norton Davis,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. Jack Camp,
Mrs. William Hocker, Miss Margaret
Lloyd, Misses "Marian Dewey, Callie
Gissendaner and Annie Pope Eagle Eagle-ton.
ton. Eagle-ton. The club members playing were
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., Mrs. II. C.
Nichols, Mrs. A. M. Withers, Misses
Ava Lee Edwards, Mabel Meffert and
Stella Camp.
Market Quotations
Prev. Close Open High Low Close
103 M 103 103
103 HO 108
32 U
46 46
52 52 Ts
32 32
52 V4
31 U
37 37
Liverpool Cotton
Prev. Close Open Close
December 11.59 11.53
January 11.46 11.51 11.47
March .'11.33 11.38 11.34
May 11.23 11.24
October 10.54 10.56
Receipts, 29,042; American, 28,228.
Sales, 6000; American, 4000. Spots
quiet. Fully middling, 12.07.
"New York cotton and stock ex exchanges
changes exchanges closed today on account of


Investigation of the Charge Against
, Lena Clarke at Orlando Seems
To Be Troublesome Process
(Associated Press j
Orlando, Nov. 8. State .Attorney
Jones said today the swearing out of
a warrant yesterday for one member
of the Orange county grand jury now
investigating the Lena Clarke case
would not invalidate the findings of
the jury inasmuch as there has been
no conviction of the juror. The juror,
who is charged with issuing "a worth worthless
less worthless check, gave bond but the case
against him was quashed in order
that there might be no question as to
the balidity of any action the jury
might take.
.(Associated Press)
t Miami, Nov. 8. Arrangements
have been made with British interests
for the operation pf a direct steam steamship
ship steamship service between London and Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, according to A. H. Hubbard,
British consul here. One cargo has
already been contracted for and the
first ship is expected to leave Eng England
land England in the next few weeks, he added.
A tug and lighters will be sent here
to load and unload the big vessels.
Superintendent Blitch' Definitely I)e I)e-nies
nies I)e-nies All Charges Made In Re Regard
gard Regard to Escaped Convict
Editor Star: Referring to editorial
in your issue of last Saturday, in
which you suggest an explanation or
a denial of the report that escaped
white male state prisoner Luther Wil-
risen, when at the farm, was given a
rifle and horse and placed in charge
of other prisoners.
I wish to state that I have done my
dead, level best to .correct this false falsehood.
hood. falsehood. I have i written the Florida
Times-Union, the Florida Metropolis
and the Tampa Tribune, the three
dailies in which,! read the' original
article of the killing of Wilson, in at attempting
tempting attempting his recapture, correcting this
statement, and have noted that the
correction has appeared in one paper
only thus far, the Florida Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. The statement that he was given a
rifle and put in charge of other pris prisoners
oners prisoners is absolutely falsa in every
particular. The facts are that we
haven't used any rifles here in more
than three years, and they were used
then by free guards Only. No prisoner
has ever been given a rifle, and used
to guard prisoners with since I have
been here.
Luther Wilson made his escape
from the wood crew, cutting wood out
on the railroad, six miles from head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, and in making his escape he
stole a horse, as was indicated in your
article. Since then we have recovered
the horse. Yours very truly,
J. S. Blitch, Supt.
Raiford, Fla Nov. 7.
London (Correspondence of the
Associated Press). Major General
Sir William Brancker, who was con
troller general of equipment and
roaster general of personnel on the
air council during 1918, said in an
address here on aviation that instinct
told him there would be another war
in five years.
"There will be no declaration," he
said. "It Will start by a sudden
aerial attack."
Mrs. Leon Mason, was hostess last
night at the Tuesday evening auction
club, the regular jpeeting night being
changed for the convenience of some
of the members. Mrs. Mason enter entertained
tained entertained at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Mack Taylor. At the conclusion of
the games it was found that Miss An
nie Benton Fuller had made the high highest
est highest score of the evening and she was
presented with a handsome box of
stationery for first prize. Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Jackson was given the conso consolation,
lation, consolation, an auction score card. Mrs.
Mason served a salad course with
wafers and coffee and during the
game candy was passed on the
tables. Those invited to play with
the club ir eluded Mrs. J. D.' Good,
Mrs. J. G. Parrish and Mrs. Grider
Perkins. The clab members playing
were Mrs. Mack Taylor, Mrs. Leon
Mason, Miss Margaret Jackson, Miss
Ruth Simmons, Miss Alice Sextop,
Miss Annie Benton Fuller, Miss Sara
Dehon and Miss Louise Spencer.
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf


On His Stock, Tampa Insurance Men
Thought, and They Had nim
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Nov. 8. One fireman was
painfully injured and property dam damage
age damage amounted to about $25,000 or
S30.000 from fire today in the Leduc
building at Seventh avenue and Thir Thirteenth
teenth Thirteenth street. Herman Pearlman,
operating a salvage company, was ar arrested
rested arrested as the result of an investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. Pearlman had $40,000 insur insurance.
ance. insurance. Pearlman said .he carried only
$S000 insurance and that his stock
was worth nearly $15,000.
Delayed Somewhat, but the Big Show
Is on Hand to Keep
Its Dates
Due to the fact that record break breaking
ing breaking crowds made it necessary for
Howe's Great London Circus to give
a second performance in Tampa last
night, the show trains, delayed also en
route, arrived in Ocala at -noon six
hours late. However, the unloading
was done with remarkable dispatch,
end it w.ts but an hour or so until 11
acres of canvas had been hoisted at
the Fausett field near the fair
grourms, 700 people and 400 animals
had been breakfasted and prepara preparations
tions preparations for a 3 o'clock parade, with an
afternoon performance immediately
following, had been made. It was
announced that the matinee would be begin
gin begin at 4 p. m.
The street parade, said to be the
longest in .America this year, and cer certainly
tainly certainly the most attractive and lengthy
open air pageant that has ever been
seen in Ocala, was. distinjuished by
open cages and dens, four bands and
two calliopes, hundreds of beautiful
horses and many novelty sections.
The performances (the night show
begins promptly at eight) feature
wild animal acts, riding acts, aerial
acts, acrobatic acts, wire acts, gym gymnastic
nastic gymnastic acts -in fact, all that goes to
make up s. big three-ring circus pro program.
gram. program. Rose Wallett and Winnie
Sweeney head the equestrian displays,
and scores of well known artists are
to be seen. The clowns are thirty in
number, with "Shorty" Aldridge,
known the continent over as "five feet
of fun," maintaining mock order as
the "clown cop."
The report of Dr. H. F. Watt, city
health officer, for the month of Octo October
ber October is as follows:
Dairies inspected and milk examin examined
ed examined as follows:
Close: Inspection, 92 per cent.; but butter
ter butter fat, 5 per cent; bacteria, 84,000.
Counts: Butter fat, 4.2 per cent;
bacteria, 122,000.
Gray: Inspection, 86 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.6 per cent; batceria, 99,000.
Green: Inspection, 83 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.5 per cent; batceria, 92,000.
Painters Inspection, 93 per cent;
butter fat, 4.4 per cent; bacteria,
Poppe: Inspection, 80 per cent;
buter fat, 4.6 per cent; batceria, 102, 102,-000.
000. 102,-000. Thrash: Inspection, 85 per cent;
butter fat, 4.3 per cent; bacteria,
f 117,000.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Heintz, Pasteur,
New York, Rowe, Sarasota, Carter,
Cook, Federal, Marsh, excellent; Fish
Market, Mordis, Magnolia, Dawkins,
Lowe, good; Broadway, Golman, fair.
U. S. Naval Hospital,
Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 5th.
Editor Star: I am in the naval
hospital here and am getting good
treatment. Guess 111 be home soon.
The good women cf the Woman's Aux
iliary of the American Legion sent
me a n:ct?, larjrc box of good eats, cig cigarettes,
arettes, cigarettes, car.dy f.nd gum, also a jar of
the best s strawberry jam. We boys
had a fine spread. I wish you would
thank them through your paper, for
me. Ill be a better legion member
from row on. Gee, it makes a fellow
feel good to get a box like that from
the good old auxiliary.
Your old friend,
George IL Wenzel.
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service dav and ni?ht. West side of
public square.
Coffee and cinnamon rolls fresh ev

ery day at the Federal Bakery. 1-Ct


Four Members of a Famiiy Are Dead
as the Result of a Dastard Dastardly
ly Dastardly Crime
(Associated Tress)
Augusta, Ga,, Nov. 8. The death
last night of Mrs. J. W. Lee, wife of
a planter near Beldoc, Barnwell coun county,
ty, county, S. C, was the fourth in the family
within the last week as the result of
an alleged poisoned well on the farm,
it became known here today. The
husband is in a critical condition but
may recover. Three small daughters
died Tuesday a few hours after drink drinking
ing drinking water from the well. An exami examination
nation examination of the water showed that it
contained a deadly poison, according
to reports received here. A ten-months-old
infant is the only member
of the family who did not drink cf
the water.
Scheme of New Yorkers to Add to the
Space of Their City
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 8. New Yorkers
who often pretend to be indifferent to
the city's wonders have had their
imagination stirred by the daring:
plan, recently announced, to extend
Manhattan Island six miles down the
bay by building a mammoth sea walls
from both side sof the Battery and
filling in the intervening space with
A company has been incorporated
to carry out the project and T. Ken Ken-nard
nard Ken-nard Thompson, a prominent engineer
of the city, has prepared the detailed
plans. The Broadway Association,
composed of merchants along the fa famous
mous famous thoroughfare, has endorsed the
If the plan is ever carried out, its
proponents say that six square mile3
would be tacked on the most valuable
piece of land on earth; that transit
would be greatly improved and that
the tax on all real estate might be re reduced
duced reduced one per cent.
The plan has already been outlined
to the war department, Mr. Thompson
s?ys, and no objections have been
raised, since the proposed buildup
extension would still leave on either
side-of the island the same clearance
for navigation that now exists on the
I Hudson and East river sides.
The work would be completed in
five years, in Mr. Thompson's belief.
It is a well-known fact," he said,
"that the business center of Manhat
tan is rapidly moving away from
City Hall Square and if it is not pre prevented
vented prevented the lower end of the island
will again become a residential dis district,
trict, district, with the result of a tremendous
decrease in values. The only way to
remedy this is to make City Hall the
geographical center by extending
Broadway some six miles down the
(Associated Pres.?)
Gainesville, Nov. 8. Conditions for
fall crops and farm work generally
are excellent over most of the state,
according to the weekly crop review
of the federal bureau of crop esti
mates here for the week ending Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. The harvesting of corn con continues
tinues continues and planting of oats had been
delayed by dry 'weather but is now
going forward rapidly. Yields of rice
have been satisfactory as a whole and
harvesting of hay is about over with
much of it being baled.
Farmers are busy plowing and pre preparing
paring preparing land for Irish potatoes with a
large acreage expected. Sweet potato
yields are showing up low.
The recent storm "did some little
damage to the citrus fruit crops on
the west coast," says the bureau, with
"serious damage in several localities."
Oranges tnd grapefruit are moving
to market freely.
Truck in low lands was damaged
last week by excessive rains. Egg Eggplant
plant Eggplant and pepper are moving in car carload
load carload lots and early indications point
to a large watermelon acreage next
The condition of livestock generally
is good with hogs beginning to move
to market.
( Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 8. The much re revised
vised revised tax revision bill finally was
passed by the Senate at 1 :35 a. m. to today,
day, today, after a session lasting more than
fifteen hours. It still must run the
gauntlet of Senate and House con conferees
ferees conferees before it reaches the pre si lent.
Salt n jllet, already
City Fish Market.
:aled, at tha


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The other day, we .heard a northern
man say "you all."

Mr. Arbuckle continues to receive
distinguished consideration at the
hands of California "justice."

The Alachua Coun ty Fair at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville opened today. Marion county peo people
ple people should go over and see it.

Whisky is stronger than milk, but
the milk riots of 1&21 caused more
tiouble than the whiisky riots of 1794.

4 Not since the civil war has a New
Ybrk city election excited so little in interest
terest interest outside the town as that of today.

Tom Watson is the champion of the
men who were hung,' and all the men
who should have been hung will rally
to his support.
It is beginning to percolate into the
understanding of even the most vio violent
lent violent Anglophobes that George Harvey
spoke only for himself when he emit emitted
ted emitted his last yawp.

Man here from Michigan didn't
know Irish potatoes could be raised in
Florida. Nine-tenths of the world
doesn't know how the other tenth
lives, and vice versa.

Caruso'3 wife and daughter have re returned
turned returned from Italy to their native land.
The greatest thing in the life of
Caruso is that it drew Italy and Am America
erica America closer together.

If the partridges, the doves and the
ducks knew of the limitation of arma armaments
ments armaments conference, they would probab probably
ly probably petition that automatic shotguns be
limited to one round of ammunition a

Georgia with its Tom Watson can
now appreciate how Florida felt a
few moons, ago. St. Augustine Record.-.''
' v
Watson is worse than anything
Florida ever elected. f

The Tampa Tribune pertinently re remarks
marks remarks : "We will take 'Black Jack'
Pershing's word on that overseas
hanging of soldiers charge, even tho'
Tom Watson were backed up by Cole
Blease, Sid Catts and i Vardaman's

i It will be seen by the recent report
of council proceedings that the "city
attorney was authorized to sejure
necessary, data preparatory for an
election to eliminate the Silver
Springs panhandle addition from the
city limits." We think the council is
a little too previous, and hi this, as in
some other things,, is taking too much
or itself. There is no popular move movement
ment movement to get rid of the Silver Springs
addition, and as there is going to be
a change in membership of the council
early next year it will be 'the proper
thing for the present members to let



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the matter await that change. There
is no indication that the people of
Ocala want to drop the "panhandle."
It is not so long ago that the council
made an unrequested move in that
direction but met so much opposition
that the matter was dropped. The
Star thinks it would be bad policy for
the town to give up the addition. It
makes Ocala a river port and if that
advantage was once lost it can't be re regained
gained regained except at great expense. It is

true that no use has yet been made of
the advantage, but that is no reason

why is never will be. It can be utilized

any time that a bunch of our business
men have the git up and git to charter

a freight boat to run on the Oklawaha.
Merchants can haul freight into town

on, their delivery trucks about as
cheaply as they can haul it from one
of the railroad depots. The ostensible

reason for getting rid of the addition
is to get rid of the expense of keeping
up the Silver Springs boulevard.' This

would not be in the least to the ad

vantage of the town. The county

would have to assume the expense,

and Ocala people have to pay just as
much, and the only difference would

be that they would pay to the county

instead of the town. In fact, it is

likely they would have to pay at least
a mill more. Also, the county will not

take as good care of the road as the

city does. The present council should

leave the matter to its successor, and
its successor should wait until there is

a demand from the people. 1

Columbia county, through its fair,
held last week, proved what its people
can do when they try, agriculturally
and in the matter of raising first-class
live stock. And they are good roads

boosters, too. Times-Union.

Columbia and Marion will be swap

ping visits, we hope, two years from
now to their fairs oyer that good No.

2 road.

If you want to know just what kind
of stuff a lot of people like to read,

just ask the papers how many inqui

ries have been received for the date

of the Congressional Record contain

mg the objectionable publication
which came near eliminating Mr.
Blanton of Texas from the congress congressional
ional congressional payroll. -Tampa Tribune.
Only three in Ocala.

Ex-Gov. Catts is at Pensacola, .to
face in the federal court the charge of
peonage. He will not be tried in Brad Bradford
ford Bradford county on the charge of accept accepting
ing accepting money to influence his actions in
granting pardons. His trial on that
count will begin at Lake Butler, in the
new county of Union, during the week
beginning Nov. 21.

They used to say "you can escape
everything except taxes and death."
Now we Jhave red tape and monkey
glands. Jacksonville Metropolis. V
If you don't believe people escape
taxes, go to the courthouse and look
over the assessment rolls.

If France disarmed as fully as some
of her American critics want her to
dp. we'd soon be shipping American
soldiers to the Rhine instead of bring bringing
ing bringing them home. Tama Tribune.
The critics of France are like bull
frogs in a swamp more noise than

All the people who go around look looking
ing looking into the jails and penitentiaries,
making sure that life termers have
feathers in their pillows, have to have
their expenses paid, with salaries on
the side, and the tax payers have to
foot the bills.

There is occasional talk about the
northern and southern Methodists get

ting together, but we opine that the

former will have to considerably
change their views on the race ques

tion before the latter will yearn for





Fellowship, Nov. 7. The storm did
but little damage here, with the ex exception
ception exception of ruining the fall beans.
Mrs. ,W. L. Howell of Plant City,
has been the, guest of her father for
the past week, leaving yesterday to
spend a week with her sister, Mrs. J.
M. Smith of Wacahoota.
Mrs. J. W. Pooser and two children
of Baltimore, left last 'Wednesday aft after
er after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Rawls.
The stork brought to Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. McCuHy a fine boy Saturday
morning end to Mr. and Mrs. John
Ludlow a fine boy yesterday after after-neon.
neon. after-neon. Both mother and children are
doing well under the watchful care
of their physician.
Mrs. R. A. Sandifer and daughter,
Miss Murrell of Oklaw&ha, came up
today to get acquainted with Mrs.
Sandif er's new grandson.
Mrs. J. A. Carter bas moved back
to her, farm.
Mr. S. D. Atkinson has accepted a
position with the county on the roads.
Mr. Fred Prine and Miss Leone
Brooks went to Gainesville Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to take in the football game
Messrs. Zack Crumpton and Jimroie
Rawls spent a few days fishing at
Juniper lake.
Miss Fay Beck, who is teaching
school at Summer-field, was the week weekend
end weekend guest of her father, Mr. J. I
Miss Elsie Coulter is the guest of
Miss Minnie Seckinger.
. Miss Eva Mills spent a few days
in Ocala last week with relatives.


Armistice Day, next Friday, will be

observed by Marion Comity 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 ifrgin? them to
be present on Friday. Armistice Day

has been designated a national hoi!

day 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.



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-St

WANTED Position in office. Can

use typewriter and take shorthand.

Can also assist in bookkeeping. Ac

curate with figures. Can furnish
good references. Reasonable, salary
required. Address P. O. Box 88,

Ocala, Fla. 2-6t

WANTED To rent small apartment
for two. Apply "W," care the Star.

Apply in writing. 7-3t

MONEY TO LOAN $ 1000, on. fen

proved city property, for a client.

Apply to D. Niel Ferguson, Hoolder

block. 8-3t

FOR r 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. Cooner, 746 Wy-

omena St., Ocala. Phone 389. 7-6t

FOR RENT Four furnished rooms
arid bath apartment for rent -two
blocks from postoffice. Apply v to

Mrs. R. T. Weaver at the Elite Mil
linery Shop. - 7-6t

rOR RENT Unfurnished apartment

Phone 389 or apply to S. S. Savage

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

WANTED To rent a piano. Excellent

care guaranteed. Address, Mrs. B.
C. Cole, 746 Wyornena St., Ocala,

Fla. 2-$t

LOST Ladies' Waltham watch, clos closed
ed closed case, Roman figures, filigree a

both sides. Reward for return. Miss
Rena Smith at Style Hat Shop. t

MULES Ten pair four year old

' matched mules, will weigh 11M
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. 31-tf

FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fijie loca

tion. All modern eesvesiences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two ears. Term if 4leired.
For further information talj at
Needham Bros, store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 80-tf
-need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone U9 and
117. 23-tf

FOR BENT Extra targe and wri
ventilated rooms, furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, hot and I4 wmtier'fe
bath. Largest and best rtmm is
town for the money. Call Mt tba
Dormitory or phone 305. 26-tf

PAINTING For the better ciais of
interior painting and refinishiag
furniture and pianos, phone 107, T T-D.
D. T-D. Dillon. 5H5t

$100 REWARD Will pay f 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 F?ye room apartment.
Apply to Jerry BtfrpetJ, Cor. Fort
King And S. Blagnolia. pfepjae 73. tf

FOR RENT- Three f urnished Kim
to rent for sleeping apartment, not
housekeeping. Phone 221, No. 67
Fort Bang Aye. -6t


Notiee is given that the city coua
cil of Ocala, Florida, will on the 15th
day of November, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., receive bids for drilling of
sewer well, same to be doable cased
with wrought iron pipe, ostside cas cas-m
m cas-m 10 inch, inside ensin? 18 inch: well

to be sank and cased to cavity u0-

cient to carry off now oi septic lame
Address bids and secure desired in information
formation information from city clerk. 27-5t
Our orangeade machine Is ft;raia on
the job at the fountain, and vre have


Calvary, Nov. 4. Mr. and Mrs. J.

W. Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. M. J.

Morrison and children and Mr. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace have been down to Crystal River,
where they caught a nice mess of fish.

Mr. and Mrs. Buhl went to Hodges
Island and spent a pleasant day Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mrs. M. J. Morrison, who has been
sick, is up again, to the delight of her
Miss Ruby Miller left last Saturday
for Clearwater to spend a while with
. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mamie Smith,
Mrs. Moxley and little Robert and
Miss Jessie Morrison called on Mr.
and Mrs. Morrison last Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr. Fred Buhl and son were busi business
ness business visitors to the county seat recently.

Mrs. George Buhl was the guest of

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison Wednes Wednesday.

Special attention is being given to
the livestock and citrus fruit exhibits
at the fourteenth annual Marion
County Fair to be held in Ocala Nov.
23-25, Thanksgiving week. These ex exhibits
hibits exhibits are expected to arouse state statewide
wide statewide interest in view of the grand
championships captured by Marion
county livestock at the Florida State
Fair and South Florida Fair the past
several years. It was a Marion coun county
ty county Poland-China sow that captured a
grand championship at the Interna International
tional International Livestock Show in Chicago in
1&19. The high prices that Marion
county citrus fruits have sold for are
expected to make the citrus exhibit a
center of attraction. A visit to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, near Ocala, the largest
springs in the world, is expected to
be part of the program of all those
visiting the fair. It will be an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to ee a great natural won wonder
der wonder and an exhibition of Florida agri agricultural
cultural agricultural products at the same time.
The springs, whose waters are clear
as air, are seen thru glass bottomed

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Best meals in the city for 60 cents.
Twenty-ne meal ticket for $7. Phone
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THc I can now give you the

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methods, assuring you

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Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight .SoecialUi

Raymond Palmer
81 Broad Stfeet
New Yrk Gty
Members American Cotton &
Grain Exchange. Members of
Clearing House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains ,one thousand bushels
ami upward. Stocks ten shares
and upward. Cotton margin $5
per bale"; grain margin 5c. per
Unfile &Co.f Ocala
Office Blerchaitts Block
ftogm 2
We promise quick service,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extend to Ocala and
arrpunding territory the facil facilities
ities facilities of oar office.
Phone No. 4 Private Wire

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phone 143
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you think yu cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can ave them for the next
Rainy Day.
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Phone Us.
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Copyright. 1J3U Western Newspaper Colon.
Because John Davis was hungry and
had to work, and because a big wind
storm had blown down some barns
Hud fences and nearly half the trees
la Glenville, thereby offering that in individual
dividual individual an opixjrt unity to labor, sun sun-shfne
shfne sun-shfne came suddenly Into the life of
pretty. Patient Ethel Moore.
She needed it, poor girl, and more
than deserved it, if ever a loving, help helpful
ful helpful daughter and a true and earnest
sweetheart did. Ever since her mother
had died Ethel had led a hard, slave slavelike
like slavelike existence. They had not always
lived in Glenville. It was the lure ot
chance and a fortune that had induced
William Moore, her father, to abandon
a fairly prosperous store business in a
city "iU miles distant, to fill out, as he
anticipated, the glowing dream of his
life, lie had always longed for a farm,
and when he was called urgently to
the bedside of his dying brother, Rob Robert,
ert, Robert, he felt certain that at last
the coveted acme of his ambition was
In tight.
Robert Moore, reputed rich man.
.died be$pre his brother reached him.
In his will he left William everything.
When "everything" was materialized
Into coherency, to the surprise of bis
neighbors and the bitter disappoint
ment of the legatee, the estate comprised-
only the old home, with Its
weather-beaten porch and boarded-up

cupola, dreary and gloomy In the ex extreme.
treme. extreme. "The place will do tc live in," mood moodily
ily moodily derided William Moore, "but what
has ever become of the stocks and
bonds and money everybody knew my
brother had six ftonths before he
William Moore's wife tiled, fee sold
out his business and then lost bis $.b
In an unwise speculation.
Then the shoe began to pinch. He
fcad a small vhouse la the city, which
brought In a certain income, but not
enough to cover living expenses.
Ethel learned tP do dressmaking and
her little earning helped to keep the
wolf from the door
Jt was when Archie Winston came
tat her life that the days seemed
wnrth whiltf and the nights were filled
with sweet dreams. The old man had
grown sour and selfinb, and would not
hear of a change In their 4StiC re relations.
lations. relations. "I may get eomethlng yet out of my
unfortunate investor" Jtie was wbnJt
to ear.
It was several days after tne tjjj
storm and the fallen and banging limb;
of the giant trees surrounding fhe
Moore homestead had no fcf p. cleared
When John Pa vis came along on
morning Ethel listened to his applica application
tion application for work with Interest d sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. Tve been sick for a long time. Miss
Moore, he declared, "and not able to
take a steady Job for some time ahead.
rU trim out that hanging stuff up
around the house for fifty cents."
fVery weJJ, Mr. Davis, she agreed
after a moment or Jtwo of wavering
thought "It isn't mu$ ,to pay

It's a lot to me, sighed Davis,
thinking &t .the hungry mouths at
home. "You'll get a fclesslng for this,
he added.
Ethel went Into the house wUh
thoughts of the struggling brood ol
children of John Davis' In her mind
.-She remembered an old trunk In the
attic filled with odds and ends, and
wondered If she would be lively to fine"
anything of service to the Davis house household.
hold. household. Several old garments she discov discovered,
ered, discovered, might be utilized, he was kneel
ing by the trunk, engrossed in het
task, when a most unearthly iuibbub
drove her to her feet wjth a shock.
"Oh, dear! what can have hap happened?"
pened?" happened?" gasped Ethel breathlessly.
Then, as she dashed outside, sh
saw her father standing in the garden
waving his arms frantically.
"Tou've ruined the looks of the
house he was storming at John
The latteisat on the ground staring
vacantly at a mass of wreckage neat
or. It was the shattered remnants ol
the old cupola.
Mr. Moore advanced .to where tht
ruins of the cupola lay.' Ethel heard
him utter a strange cry. She ran to towards
wards towards him as he stooped "over and
picked something up. '
It was a tin b.x- "Her father liftec
Its catch, threw back' the cover and
nearly fell over as a great conviction
jaiumlned his mind.
Quck. daughter I" he panted. "Pa
pern and moneyl If It should be raj;
brother's mining fortune at last !"
It was, at last, and in fu2L -The hid hiding
ing hiding place of the missing fortune had
come to 1'sht through Ethel Moore's
kind deed. It meant so much to Wil

liam Moore that he seemed to grow
younger in an hour, fie sent John
Davis home feeling rich, and he toll
Archie and Ethel that eyenlng' thai
they might arrange to have the old
homestead renovated for a wedding.

Chiropractic is no logger 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

will break a Cold, Fever and
Grippe quicker ihan iknjlliin'fj
we kno w.preventlug pnenxnorila

The best is none too good for our

customers; that's why we make the

best bread and roll3 to be had. "$Ve aim

to please. Federal Bakery. 1-Ct

Special, pie apples 30c a dozen.
Phone 536. Fort King Confectionery.

1 Cook's Market and Grocer)

Exclusive Retcil Depct for
Whole Jersey Milk
High Grade Things to Eat

New Series
Pre-War Prices Beaten


was $5$0; now 185
was 695; now 595
was 695; now 595
was 1000; now 850
was 1275; now 895

"Prices f. o. b. Toledo, including Electric Starte-, Lights, Horn,
Speedometer, Etc."
Ocala, Florida


Arrival and departure cf passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:10 r.m
1:55 pm Jacksonville l:0pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am JIanatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 -..m
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 ;.m
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakejand 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Slonday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Careful estimates made on ull con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better

$100 CASH
And $15 Per RIontn
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finistied ancl
paioted jnside and o
On big lot just outside
city lirnits no pity taxr
es). Large garage. See
e, c, mm

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. OfH:e
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf 0

We can make you specially attrac

tive prices on house furnishings for

work for the money than any other i the fall and winter season.' Thetis
contractor in the cijy. Eros. Phone 19i ' lO-lltf

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Geo. MacKay S Cu.

A Man To
His Mate

Eustrttiom by
Irwin Myers

CotkyrlCM BoMm MrB Ca.


CHAPTER L Loitering- on the Ban
Francisco water front, John Rainey,
newspaper reporter, is accosted by a blind
man, a giant in size, who asks Rainey
to lead him to the sealing schooner Kar Karluk.
luk. Karluk. The blind man tells Rainey he is
an old shipmate of Captain Simms of the
Karluk and desires to make his visit a
surprise. He asks Rainey to lead him
aboard, and Rainey does so. In the
cabin they find Captain Simms and a man
named Carlsen. Simms recognizee the
blind man, calling' him Jim Lund. Lund
accuses Simms of abandoning- him, blind
on an Ice floe, and denounces him for
what he calls his Ingratitude. Simms
denies the charge, bat Lund refulks 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, Simms' daughter, Is aboard,
and defends her father. Carlsen, who is
a physician, drugs Rainey.
CHAPTER Awaking from his stu stupor,
por, stupor, Rainey finds himself at sea. Carlsen
informs him he 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 voyagers. He
offers Rainey a share of the gold, and
Rainey, 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,"
Rainey to act as Lund's "eyes."
CHAPTER in. Rainey, having a slight
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 ship is entirely in the
hands of Doctor Carlsen. At the tatter's

suggestion a shooting match is arranged
between the "hunters" aboard, the ves vessel
sel vessel being ostensibly on a sealing expedi

tion. Lund, although blind, oemonstrates
he can shoot "by sound." The hunters
having emptied their revolvers, Carlsen

tells them there are no more sneiis on
CHAPTER IV. Watching the pursuit

of a whale by its natural enemies, the
vessel is mishandled and narrowly
escapes disaster. In the confusion the
ship's boy. Sandy, is swept overboard.

Katney. rescues mm, earning ms grau grau-turo
turo grau-turo and incidentally the admiration of

Peggy. The captain's illness seems about

to have a. fatal ending.

V. Lund mistrusts the

urges Rainey to "pump"

hunters and

Sandy and gain a knowledge of their

plans. Sandy tells him Carlsen Is creat creating
ing creating a feeling that all on board, with the
exception of Sandy and the Japanese
cook, Tamada, should have an equal
share of the gold, which was net the
original plan. Rainey and Carlsen quar quarrel
rel quarrel and the latter draws a revolver. Rai Rainey
ney Rainey overpowers him. Lund is of opinion
that Carlsen is keeping the captain ill
and is playing to secure the gold, and
incidentally Peggy, for himself. Tamada,
evidently a Japanese of education and
far above the position of cook on such a
vessel as the Karluk, is an unknown

Tamada Talks. ....

' It was an hour from the third meal

of the day. Tamada was juggling the
food for three messes, and he was do doing
ing doing it with the calm precision of one

who has every detail well mapped out
and is moving on schedule. The boy

Sandy was not there, probably en engaged
gaged engaged in laying the table for the hunt hunters'
ers' hunters' mess, Rainey imagined.

i Tamada regarded mm with eyes

hat did pot lack a certain, luster, as
a sloeberry might hold it, but which,

beneath their hooded lids, revealed,
pelther.' Interest, jpor curiosity, nor

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friendliness. They belonged. In his un-

wr&kleii' face, fbey were altogether

neutral, xet tney seemed covertly o
suggest to Rainey that they might on

occasion, flapie y Itfc. wxathj or hatred,
show h burning light of 'high in


'.'Tamada," he Queried, tqu thni;

am your friend that ? weuld rather

help you than otherwise f

J think that yes V answered the

Japanese without hesitation and with without
out without servility. "You are not hating me

because you are Californian and

Japanese," he" said. "I know that,"

There was little time to spare, and

there was likelihood of interruption,
so Rainey plunged 'into :hl 'Upjeci
without lntrodutftfo4; ' H
V lThey prbmised a share ot this
treasure, Tamada 1" he asked.
MThey promised me that, yes."
TThey do not intend to give It to
you. Yoa may have" guessed this,' but
J, am sure of .lC .1,' too, am promlsd
some of the gold, but" they do. not in'
t"end to give i to, mel They will offer
Mr, Lupd only a small portion of what
waa originally arranged, the same
amount as the rest of them are to get.
He will refuse that tomorrow, when

ir. Luna. 11 we wm you -wm get
your share, whether you help us or
cot. If you help us I can promise you
at least twice the amount you were
to get,"
"How can I help you? If this is to
be talked over at a meeting I shall
not be allowed to be present. I do not
think It will help you for nus t join.
I do not see how you can win. If you
can show some way out I will do what
I can. But I like to see way out,"
He mollified the bald acknowledg acknowledgment
ment acknowledgment of. his neutrality with a little
bow and a hissing-La breath. Back of
it all was a will that, was inflexible,
thought Rainey.
"If we lose, you lose," he went on
lamely. He had come on a. fool's er errand,
rand, errand, he decided.
T think. I shall get my money," said
Tamada, The Oriental gave a swift
smile, that held no mirth, no friend friendship,
ship, friendship, rather, a sardonic appreciation
of the situation, without rancor.
They are very foolish," he said.
"They make me cook, they eat what I
serve. They say Tamada is very good
cook. But he is Jap, d n Mm. Sup Suppose
pose Suppose I put something in that food,
that they would not taste? I could
send them all to sleep. I could kill
them. I could do It so they never
suspect, but would go to their beds
and never get up from them. It would
be very easy. Yet they trust me."
The statement was so matter-of-fact
,that Rainey felt his horror gather
slowly as he stared at the Impassive
A thought suddenly flashed over
him. Was Tamada in, league with
Carlsen? Had he mistaken his man?
Did Carlsen plan to have Tamada un undertake
dertake undertake a wholesale poisoning to se secure
cure secure the gold himself, providing the
drugs? Was it a friendly hint from
the Japanese?
When Ralney's watch was ended
and he was closeted with Lund in the
tetter's cabin, the giant promptly
quashed all discussion of Tamada's
Til put no trust in any slant-eyed,
yellow-skinned rice-eater," he an announced
nounced announced emphatically. "They're
against us, race an religion. They
want California, or rather, the Pacific
coast, an they think they're goln' to
git It. They're no more akin (to us
than a snake !v a cousin to an eeL

They're not of our breed, an' you can't

mix the two. m have no deal with

Tamada, beyond gettin dope out of
him. If he helped us it 'ud be only to

further his own ends. Not that he,

can do much unless

He lowered his voice to a husky


"There's one thing may slip in our
gold-gettin. matey," he said 'the

Japanese.' I doubt if this island is set

down on American or British Charts

But Til bet it is on the Japanese.
They don't know of the gold, or it
wouldn't be there. Rightly, the island
may belong to Russia, but, since the

war, Russia's in a bad way, an enny

thing loose from the mainland'!! be

gobbled by Japan.

. "What the Japs grab they don't let
go of. If they should suspicion us of

glttin gold off enny Island .they cnd

trump up to call theirs, if they found
gold on us at all, it 'ud be all off with
us an' the Karluk. We'd be dumped
Inside of some Jap prison an the

schooner confiscated.

"An if things go right with us,' an'

we ever sight the smoke of a Jap gun

boat comln,' our way, the first thing

ru be apt to do will be to scrag Ta

mada or hell blow the whole proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, whether we've got the gold
aboard or cot. Even if he didn't want

to tell becoz of his own share, they'd

' git it out of him what we was after.

Ever play much at card3?" he went
on, Play for yore last rei when you
don't know where to turn for anpther,

an have all the crowd jthinkin yo're

goln' broke as they watch the play?'

An', then you slap down a card they've
all overlooked an larf in the other

chap's face?

"That's what rnTgoin to do with
Carlsen. Tve got that kind of a card,
matey, an I ain't goln to spoil my
fun by tellin even you what t Is,

though yo're my partner in, this

gamble. It's a trump, an Carlsen,'a

Lund chucJtled hugely as he mixed

himself some, whisky una water.

Rainey refused a drink, He was nerv

ous, bothering over what the outcome

might be, and how he might handle
himself. He was not at all sure of his
own grit. There was a na.sty doubt as

to his own prowess and his own cour?

age that kept cropping up. Ajd. tha.t

state of mind is not a piBant one.

Rainey went over and over the situ

ation as a squirrel might race. around
tb,"bars of his revolving cylinder, and

came to only one conclusion, the. In

evitable one, to let the mutter develop

itself. Lund's winning card; he had
bothered about untV hlii brain was

tired. When he turned In at last, de-

syit determination to follow
Lund's I admonition concerning sleep.

It would not come to hun.

He was awakened; t halfpast seven,
got a-cup cjt 'epffejj.' ai'ter dressing
warily, and, went on deck. Carlsen
and, the girl had preceded him. Ijjnd

stood at the raH wth, h beak of a
nose wrinkled, Quaffing toward the icy

cragt tat were spouting a dazzle of

woite name, set aoout whq snanex,

sudden "flares of ruhy, everaKi and


Tamada appeared and announced


Yon11 be eeming later. Ralneyr

asked Carlen, "You an a Lund?"

Hb started for the companlonway
and the girl followed. As she passed

the wheel Rainey spoke to her:

T am sorry your father Is, so ill.

Miss Simms." he said-

She looked at ijuia, with eyes thit

that the "ssipper was in no conamtm
to discuss matters, much iess be pres present,"
ent," present," 9
"Here's my eyesight," countered
Lund. "Mr. Rainey here. Let him see
the skipper and ask him a question or
"What kind of a question? Tm ask asking
ing asking as his doctor, Lund."
"For one thing if he's read the paper
you say he signed. I want to be sure
of that. An' I don't make it enny of
yore bizness, Carlsen, what I want to

say to my partner, by. proxy or other otherwise.
wise. otherwise. Second thing, I'd like to be sure

he's still alive. As for vore standin'

as his doctor, all I've got to say is that
yo're a d d pore doctor, so fur as the
skipper's concerned, enny way."

The two men stood facing each

other, Carlsen looking evilly at the

giant, whose black glasses warded off
his glance. It was wasting looks to
glare at a blind man. Equally to sneer.
But the bout between the two was
timed now, and both were castinsr

aside any veneer of diplomacy, their

enmity manifesting Itself in the raw.
The issue was growing tense.

Rainey fancied that Carlsen was not

entirely sure of his following, and re

lied upon Lund's indignant refusal of

terms to back op his plans of getting

rid of him decisively.



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(Continued Tomorrow)

Lund Stood at the Rail With His Beak

of a Nose Wrinkled.


I have decided to put oh the market

were filled with sadness, that seemed

liquid with tears bravely held back.

'I am afraid he Is dying." she an

swered in a low voice. "Thank you for n:y out on the Silver Springs
your sympathy. I" road. Oklawnna

She stopped at some slight sound r w;n ... 01,

that Rn!nv AA not rntrb ttnt h -aw "" " ui

the face of Carlsen framed In the Part and five t'Py

shadow 6f the companion, his mouth I ance feee me r terms.

open in a wolf grin, and the man's eyes I Ocala is now rapidly building east

were gleaming crimson. He held up a I and is certain to build out on this

hand for the girt. She passed down property. Buy a lot and start you an

without taxing it.

Lund came over to Rainey,
"Clear weather, they tell

orange grove.

Seventy acres of fine watermelon

and tomato land V& miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or sell. House
and good well of water. Easy terms.

Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,

the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind

Frank's store. Several small houses

now on property which are rented.

Part cash, balance on terms.



me?" he

said. "That's unusual. Fog off the

Aleutians three hundred an' fifty days

of the year, as a rule. Soon as we
sight land, whlch'll be TJnalaska or

thereabouts, Carlsen will have the

course changed. There's a consldera

ble fleet of United States revenue cut

ters at TJnalaska, an Carlsen won't

pull ennything until we're well west of

there. He's pretty cocky this morn-

in Wal, we'll see."

There had always been a certain

rollicking good-humor about Lund.

This morning he was grim, his face,

wiui us Dea 01 a uuse ana aggressive P:tv rnnnc 11

cam beneath the naming whiskers, and on November 15th. 1921. 7:30 o'clock

his whole magnificent body gave the n. m.. for sale of the lot on which the

Impression of resolve and repressed I city barn is located and described as

action. Ralnev fancied whimsically I follows:

that he ronld hear a dvnarao nnrrinl A lot in the City of Ocala, measur

inside the giant's masslveness. He ms approximately oeu ieet east ana

had seen him in open rage when he I wt8' by duu leet nortn and south,

"had first denounced Honest Simrn iuur.

. . . 1 uy oauvud succi, CALCiiuiiiir weak
Out tne serious mood was far more l-fvw, v, f Sor.

to the extension of Watula street

The big man stepped like a great about 580 feet, running north from

cat, his head was thrust 6lightly for-1 May street to the Taylor property,

ward, his great hands were half open, about 300 feet City reserving the

One foreot his blindness, Desnlte the barn. 1. I, bistrunk.

unslehtlv black lenses. Lund anneared I aw-o-i- vty v,ierK.

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We invite the palUc to take citcntage cf crrr delivery
system ivhen in need cf Frest Meets. Yea get rock-lcitcn
prices and freejleUvery to any part cf the city.
Note these prices:

25 c
25 c
25 c
25 c

20 c

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

Veal Cutlets, per lb ..35c
Veal Chops, per lb .35e
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......
I Loin Roast
Per pound
Pork Sausage
1 Per pound

Pork and Beef Sausage

Per pound

Liver, per lb 24c
Brains, per lb .23c
Soup Bones 10c and 15c

In Crescent Grocery Store

Orange Trees
Two and Three Tear Old Trees
Ready for Immediti; Delivery


80 absolutely prepared and. tn a differ

ent way, fully as confident as Carlsen.
A certain audacious assurance seemed

to ooze out of him, to permeate his

neighborhood, and a measure of It ex extended
tended extended to Rainey,

Carlsen,. before he went below, had

sent a man Into the fore-spreaders,

and now he shouted, cupping his hands

And sounding his news as if it had been

a call to arms:

"Land-ho !"
"What Is it?" called Rainey back.

"High peak, sir. Dead ahead I

Clouds on jt, or smoke."

He came sliding down the halyards

to the deck as Lund said : "Tiaatll be

Makushin. Now' the fun'U commence."

From below the sailors off watch

came up on deck, and the hunters, the

latter wiping their months, fresh from

their Interrupted breakfast, aU crowd

ing forward to get a glimpse of the
land. Minutes passed! before Carlsen
came, on deck. He ha-d; not hurried his


Xl take her over, Rainey," he said


Rainey and Lund were barely seated

before the heeling of the schooner and

the scuffle .of feet told of LunW

prophesied change of course Rfainey;
looked at the telltale compass above

his head.

"Heading due west,! he. told Lund.

"West it Is," said the giant. "More

coffee, Tamada. Fill your belly, Rainey.

Get a good meal while the eattn is


Although it wax Hansen's watch be

low, Rainey found, him at the wheel

Instead of the seaman he had left

there. Carlsen came up to hj&i smil


"Better let Hansea have the deck.

Mr. Rainey," i said. "We're going to

have a, conference in the cabin at fcwar

Lbiia, and I'd like you, to be present."

"A" right, sir," tWy answered.

getting a thrill M t;hla first actual ia-

timatloq ci the meeting. Ilnea, tt

seeded, was not to be on of the rep

resentatives of thft seamen. And

Carlsen had beta smart enough to

forestall Lud demand for Rainey by

taking, some of the wind out of the

giant's. sails and doing the unexpected

Unless the hunters had suggested that

Rainey be present. But tha.t was, hard

ty likely, considering tVt he was to

be left out of the dl.

"In just wh,at capacity are y calk

in this cosifreace4?" Lund asked, wher

Carlaen, notified him la turn, "Tne

Jt!pper ain't dead,. U he?"

"I, represent the captain. Lund." re

plied th doctor. 'He entirely ap

proves of what I am about to suggest

to you and the men. In fact I hav. a&

signature to a document & 1 hop

you will sign also. Ir, wft be greatly

to your interest tx do to, I am In pres

ent charge, of the Karluk,"

Yo aint a teg'lar member of this

expedition," objected Lund stolidjj..

"Neither am I-a member of th ctew,
just now. But the skipper i y part partner
ner partner in this deal, signed, sealed and re

corded. Afore I go t enny meetin I'd

like to have a talk with him personal personally.
ly. personally. Thefa fair enough, ain't it?"
Several of the hunters had gathered
about, and Lund's question seemed a
general appeaL Carlsen shrugged his
"If you had your eyesight," he said
, 1fc. -?tn vtoth could e

This is a Studebaker year. tf

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SATURDAY, Not. 12th Opening Day.
MONDAY, Nov. 14th Children's Day.

TUESDAY, Nov. 15th Shrine Day,

WEDNESDAY, Not. ICth Governor's and

Press Day.
THURSDAY, Not. 17th AH Florida Day.
FRIDAY, Not. 18th Klwanis Day.

SATURDAY, Not. 19th Auto Races.


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The fifth Florida State Fair and Exposition at Jacksonville, much enlarged
and improved, ranks with the greatest fairs in the South. The state and fed federal
eral federal governments are participating extensively and many fair attractions, of
more than usual merit have been provided for your Interest and entertainment.

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Auto Races


Horse Races

The world's greatest sensation, Auto Polo, has "been secured the premier amusemeui
.attractiea every afternoon and night, exciting horse and automobile races ttdUtas
free acts, athletic contests and many other forma of amusement and entertainment wm

Ije of absorbing Interest.

VARIED Enlarged exhibits of all the ac-
INDUS- tivities summed up under this
TRIES classification.
LIVE Florida's rapid development in
STOCK ve stoct industry is
INDUSTRY EPhKMy shown in the pens
of fine. stock.
POULTRY' Fanciers of Florida and other

AND PET states feature extensive exhib

its of fine poultry, pet stock,
rabbits, etc
Florida Boys and Girls" Qubs
of all kinds have exhibits of
great educational value.



The truck and tractor display TRUCKS
is representative of the best TRACTORS
types of these machines. Ma- FARM
chinery displays cover practi- IIACIHIC IIACIHIC-cally
cally IIACIHIC-cally ail agricultural equipment. EltY
Florida's State Unhrerslty in a
special bti3ding displays its re remarkable
markable remarkable development and
represents the advantages ob- UmVER UmVER-tained
tained UmVER-tained from its courses in en- SITY OF
gineering. etc. and its value to lORIDA
the state in its research and ex- EXLIT
perim ental work and other departments.

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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.

Mr. C. G. Barnett left yesterday

for jTbasiness visit to Jacksonville.

This i3 a Studebaker year. tf

Mrs.. DeWitt Griffin and little

daughter, Harriet, are visiting rela

tives in Tampa.

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market.. tf
Superintendent Burns of the Sea

board Air Line is in the city today.
We understand that he came to see

the circus.

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main

Street Market. ;) tf

Lake City has just had to pay $20,
000 to the family of a man who lost

his life thru the carelessness of city
employes. Ocala may be made liable
any minute to a damage suit caused
by "white way snags sticking up
thru the sidewalks. Why couldn't the

men who put the things in lay a few
bricks around them as a safeguard to

passers by?
: ""-

Mr. S. E. Leigh, one of Florida's

most popular and efficient drug sales salesman,
man, salesman, is in town today. Sam is trav traveling
eling traveling for Isaac S. Levy of Tampa, and

. his Ocala friends will be glad to know

that his itinerary will bring him here

every other week.

This is a Studebaker year.


j Yes Sir

j "Sure Thing


Mrs. Dollie Blitch of Blitchton, her
ughter, Mrs. F. E. Fant, and two

pretty grandchildren and Mrs. Blitch's
guest, Mrs. Davis, of Inverness, were
in, town today.

If you are not already using Fed

eral Bakery rolls now is the time to
begin. None better. l-6t

Mrs. J. A. Grayson of Rutherford-

ton, is the guest of Mrs. F. E. Fant
Ti:i.i.i J

Joe Lester, a popular Jacksonville

traveling man. is in the city.

Rub-My-Tism, antiseptic and pain

killer, lor infected sores, tetter,

sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism

Two f staiwart young Illinoisans,

Carl H. Jensen of Shattuck and Oscar
Ilohman of Irvington, are among the

recent arrivals in Ocala.

Mr. A.V. Winer has planned and

had made a nifty Pullman-berth annex
to his automobile, and says he intends

to have entirely comfortable sleeps

next time he goes on a camping trip.'

Mrs. Sadie Banks Weaver, who has

been under treatment at the hospital,
has sufficiently recovered to be re

moved to the home of her sister, Mrs.

A. A. Winer, nd her friends hope to
soon see her entirely welL

'Mew bed room, dining room, parlor

and kitchen FURNITURE of all

kinds. Will take your old in exchange

if you desire. Theus Brots. Phona

12. 10-12-tf

The following out of town visitors

were noted on the streets today: E. B.

Lytle, Weirsdale; R. W. McCarley,

Reddick, Mrs. C. L. Haynes and Mrs.

CI eve Williams, Dunnellon; Miss Ab Ab-bie
bie Ab-bie Nesbit, Wildwood: Mrs. B. L.

Hopkins, C. A. Tremere and Frank

Haviland, Belleview.


your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes?
Work neatly executed on short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used. A.
B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. : 11-8-lm

Dr. and Mrs. J. lp. Chace went to
Jacksonville Sunday, where they will
visit until Monday. Dr. Chace went
to take a special course in dentistry.

yMrs. S. S. Savage Jr. has just re returned
turned returned from Tampa, where she has
completed a three weeks visit with
her sister.

The members of the King's Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters and a number of others who
hive been taking a friendly interest
in the case of a Mrs. Gibson and her

sen will be interested to know that

relatives communicated with arrived

in Ocala Sunday and took the old lady

and her son to their home in Palmet Palmetto
to Palmetto where they will be cared for and a
good home provided.

Colcfer weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
coming, and you wiH
need that New Suit,
Overcoat, and extra
Pair Trousers. -We
tailor them to fit
and fit to wear.
J. A. Chandler
. 120 S. Main Street

Thompson Building Up Stairs
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Many tourists and Floridians who
have never seen Silver Springs, near
Ocala, the largest springs in the

United States, according to the re

cords of the U. S. geological survey,

and one of the wonders of the world,
are expected t6 see them "when they
visit the fourteenth Marion County
Fair during Thanksgiving week. The
waters of Silver Springs as clear as

air 1 have a flow of 368,813 gallons a
minute. This year's Marion County

Fair is expected to be unusually excel

lent. The .citrus fruit exhibit will be
a special feature, and this should
prove to be of widespread interest in
view of the fact that Marion county
oranges brought as high as $14.25 a

box last season.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

While kid gloves cleaned free with

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

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blalock and chil

dren have arrived home from a pleas

ant trip to Georgia, made in their car,

Mr. Blalock spent some time in At

lanta on business for the firm of

Blalock Brotherswhile Mrs. Blalock

and children visited relatives in Sa

vannah. They also were th guests

of Mr. Blalock's parents in Madison.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

The primary school was closed at

noon today on account of the death

of Miss Nellie Stevens' father, Mr

Isaac Stevens. Miss Stevens has for

some years been principal of the
school. The high school was dismissed
at 3 o'clock so the pupils could attend

Mr. Stevens' funeral.

There are several carloads of tour tourists
ists tourists at the city camping ground every

night. The camp ground is a good one

but has one failing. That is the in-

sufifcient toilet, a small wooden
shanty, standing in full view with no

screen between the doors of the com compartments
partments compartments for men and women. The
parties who put the toilet in place
must have thought tourists have no
modesty. It should be screened off

and set aside for men and a better

one Jbuilt for women.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.



It was with sincere regret that the

community heard of the death of one

of Ocala's oldest and most esteemed

citizens, Mr. Isaac Stevens, yesterday
afternoon. Aftera long and trying

illness, which was borne with Chris

tian fortitude, the weary spirit found
surcease from human pain.

The funeral was held from the

Stevens home at Z-.Z! this afternoon.
The nail bearers were Messrs. John

Sd wards, W. D. Carn, J. W. Akin. D.
Niel Ferguson, Frank Gates.

MacKay & Company had charge of

the funeral arrangements.


There are sales and sales, but Mr.

Joseph Malever informs the Star that

his big fall opening event this year
surpassed all others he has ever stag

ed- Its success during the three days
that it has been in operation has far
surpassed any of the others,' as well
as surpassing even his most sanguine
Asked vhat he attributed the suc success
cess success of this sale to, Mr. Malever stat stated
ed stated that the exceptionally low prices
quoted in his advertisement and cir circulars
culars circulars could hardly help drawing peo

ple who knew values when they saw

them. Then, too, he says that when

he held his big sale just after making

the purchase of the Goldman stock the
public discovered, if it had never done
so before, that when he printed a

statement in regard to his goods it
was absolutely true and could be de

pended upon.'

He says that the run on Walkover

shoes proves that people know when
they are getting their money's worth
and then some. The Walk-Over is a
highly advertised line and known the
country over as one of the most relia reliable
ble reliable makes of shoes on the market.
Of course, there was quite a run on
winter goods, but Mr. Malever says
that the line is still practically un unbroken,
broken, unbroken, as he bought heavily on his
own account during the summer, be besides
sides besides having the entire Goldman stock
of fall and winter wearing apparel.
Printsrs ink judiciously used will

get results, as is snown by the re remarkable
markable remarkable showing made by the Male

ver store on this occasion.

Mr. B. F. Condon has found it nec necessary,
essary, necessary, in order to find room and pro proper
per proper display for all his cars, to move
his office into the north end of the
ground floor of his building, corner
Fort King and Osceola. He has con connected
nected connected his office, with the bicycle and
repair shops in' the rear and has ev everything
erything everything in convenient shape to carry
on his increasing business.


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Silk and Cotton
Piece Goods

Middy Blouses
Leather Goods
Christmas Novelties

Every single item in stock reduced to
75 cents on the dollar


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Prof. Joseph Eoemer of the Uni University
versity University of Florida made a most inter interesting
esting interesting address before the 0cal3 Ro Ro-trry
trry Ro-trry Club at its regular weekly lunch luncheon
eon luncheon today. Prof. Roemer, calling at attention
tention attention to the vast undeveloped re

sources of the state, said that all was reeded was an application of

man power to make Florida one of

the greatest states in the Union. Prof.

Roemer predicted that the next fifty

yeais would see a marvelous develop

ment in this state. He stated that at

present only one acre in twenty
Florida has been developed.

The luncheon today was served 'by

the Girls' Athletic Association of the

Ocaln High School aand it was greatly

enjoyed bv the Rotarians and their

guests. The luncheon was presided

over by Rotarian Will Gary. Prof.

Rcemer was a guest of Rotarian Gary

and Rotarian Fred Hocker had as his
guest Mr. G. H. Mrthland, formerly

of Mississippi but now of Ocala.


The corner store formerly occupied

by the Vogue is being repaired and

entirely renovated for The Gift
Shop," which will be opened to the
public the first 'reek in December.
The walls are to be finished in deep
cream withhold ivory woodwork. There
will be al kinds of attractive gifts
for every one's needs, Chinese and
Japanese articles being made a spe specialty,
cialty, specialty, also the toy shop, the Book
Shop's Christmas annex, will be lo

cated in the room. There will be a full
line of Christmas and holiday greet-
t rr rors T V i c cfrtro nnll Ko linger f

the supervision of Mrs. C. E. Win

ston. AfLer the holiday season is

GY2r bcol:s and r.iaczines jobably j

wi.l te aducd. Th:s store win fill a

long felt want in Ocala and also re-!

lieve the Eock Ship's crowded shelves

and cases.


Dinner 12 to 2, CO cents; special

dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte

service day and night. West side of
public square.

Mrs. R. A. Burford, who has been in
Lynchburg and Washington for some
time, is n6w the guest of her son, Mr.
Robert Allen Burford, and family in
Birmingham. Before returning home
she will stop in Troy, Ala., for a visit
with her sister.


Aerialist with Howe's London Circus

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Your opportunity to save 25 on your winter needs. AH brand new stocks
reduced right in the heart of the season.


"The Fashion Center"


-Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain execution
issued out of 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. 1921
at the store house formerly occupied
by W. A. Miller on Broadway street, 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 biddsr 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 W. A. Miller. Said property
being in the store house on Broad Broadway
way Broadway street, in the Ocala House, Oca'-,
Florida. Said property being sold to
satisfy said execution and all costs.
This November 5th, A- D. 192L
S. a M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.

Well. I've at least reached the point
where I think I shall be able to get a
little comfort out of golf."
"That so? Mastered the swing, hate
"No: at all, Tve Just brought my myself,
self, myself, after five years of disappoint disappointment,
ment, disappointment, to the conclusion that I am
never gins: to he amateur champion.
From row on I shall try to enjoy
breaking one hundred now and then."

Taking the Joy Out of Life.
"This landlord says he will rent
apartments to couples with children.
"Have you seen his apartments?"
"The walls are finished in the dark darkest
est darkest colors and the fixtures are practi practically
cally practically indestructible. It would be In In-tiiwian
tiiwian In-tiiwian to confine children in a place
where not even a finger mark would

Pill "I tell you that realism, even
in the movies, can be carried too far."
Pickle "In what way?"
Dill "Why, just the other day I at attended
tended attended a show where one scene showed
the collection plate being passed in
church and the next minute I caught
myself in the act of sneaking out."

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"You wouldn't marry me for my
mofiey, would you. Miss Seeker?"
"Not If I could set it without
marrying you I assure you."
' Vocational Verses.
The dentist's Job is rather queer.
He pulls, mid many a groan.
The teeth of others to obtain
Employment for hl3 rn..

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that the drop-seat will not
show. Buttons are invisible
and placed so as not to stick in
wearer's back when lying down.
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to wear Gcxxls mrm brook bfor
ths firmoU r mad up.
Insist on "PANAMA Brand

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Evt-ryiod'TTi ocnvenienr in each room. Dininjr ro.r jerries
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W. K. Lane, M. D physician andjgjg a prescription for CddS,
surgeon, pecFalist eye, ear. nose and F (lr Ii I
throat. Office orer 5 and 10 cent store, 21 l aunpc. Ii S Ue
ocaia, Fia. Advtf imost speedy reiiiedy we kcow.

Pound cakes and layer cakes at the I ., ., T

i phrenologist and character reader, is
- 1 jn the city and will be found at the

Federal Bakery.

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Harrincrton Hall Hotel.



t I am runninir two woodsaws. John
! Ilatche'l and Arthur V.'illoughby are
f-TSTr tir. Tee them or phone
a.TJ your wood will be cut on short
i. otic;.

L'...vLj Doi. F.ey. That g-od cigar.

C:nr.fcrd Star.Cey's home made
: c. i, Ji.s f.'e-h tai';-. Quality Fruit
. Store, next to Master- 20-tf

Ca!i j hone iuS when you W2r.t groc grocer
er grocer H' in a ifurry. Main Street ILuV et.

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The Circlet is S2!?-Ad!fatin. It
ply clips orer th head. cia?ps t
waist mini szoooths outfig'y Hoes.
If your dealer can't ge ii send
actual bust measure, name, ad address
dress address U 31.50. We'll send the
Circlet prepaid. Sizes 34 to 43.
Tem9 Hyg-ienic-F!iica Institute

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GFonc MacKAY & CO. J
Fun. directors. Emba'ft'-ri
G. B. Overtc-i, M jr.
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