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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1921
NO. 2GS
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All the Great Powers are Ready To
Jcia ia the Agreement to Reduce
Naval Expense

Address of President Harding Before

the National Conference of Meth Meth-odlsts
odlsts Meth-odlsts in Washington

Special Committee of Senate to Inves-

tigate Watson's Charges Wifl Not
Begin Hearing Until
Next JItmlh

(Associated Ftmn
Washington, Nor. 15. (Associated
Press) In mason, spokesmen for
Great Britain,, France, Italy and Ja Japan
pan Japan today accepted m spirit and
principle" American proposals for
limitation of naval armaments, mak making
ing making only reservation for suggestions
or modification of the details.
WILL PUT AN END TO OFFENS OFFENSIVE
IVE OFFENSIVE NAVAL WARFARE

In order, Arthur J. Balfour for
Great Britain Baron Kato for Japan,

Senator Schanzer for Italy, and M-

Eriand for France, rose and praising

in the highest terms the plans and

urogram snrrested by the United

States, gave adherence If their gov

eminent g to the general terms of the

proposals.
Secretary Hughes thanked the rep representatives
resentatives representatives for the cordial express expressions
ions expressions aid said its assured that "there
would come out of this conference an
appropriate agreement to the end that
there would be no more offensive nav naval
al naval warfare."
Chairman Hughes said there were
subjects which must be discussed by
naval experts and also suggested that
the committee on Pacific and far east-

' ern Questions meet tomorrow. The

conference then adjourned.
GREAT BRITAIN LED

Washington, Nov. 15. (Associated

Press) Great Britain's acceptance

of the American proposals for limita limitation
tion limitation of naval armaments was formal formally
ly formally laid before the arms conference to

day by Arthur Balfour, heading the

British delegation. j r V

Baron Kato's statement of accept acceptance
ance acceptance in tie same sense for Japan was
to follow British acceptance in "prin-

( Associated Prews)
Detroit, Nov. 15. If the churches

fail in their high and holy tasks,
there's small hope for civilization,

President Harding told the national

conference of the Methodist Episco

pal church here today in a message

read by Bishop Wm. E. McDowell, of

Washington- President Harding paid

hlsrh tribtite to the church for its

work during the war.
PLANS TO ENTERTAIN

POSTCARD TOURISTS

Tentative arrangements for the en

tertainment of the Jacksonville post

card campaign tourists were made at
a meeting yesterday afternoon at 4

o'clock in the Board of Trade room at

which were present members of the

committees appointed by the Board of

Trade, the Woman's Club and the Ro

tary Club. As the visitors are expect

ed to reach Oca la in the middle of the

day, it has been agreed that the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment for the afternoon will be

in charge of the Woman's Club, the
evening in charge of the Rotarians

nrl the 'next morning in charee of

the Board of Trade. The party wil

arrive here Monday, November 28,

instead of November, from St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. The entertainment here
will include a trip to Silver Springs

(Associated Free
Washington, Nov. 15. Members of

the special Senate committee appoint

ed to investigate the charges by Sen

ator Watson of Georgia, that Ameri

can soldiers were hanged in France
without trial, said today their inquiry

probably would net begin until next
month.

Two of the Mest Suspected of Trying So the Princeton Faculty Logically
To Kill American Ambassador 1 Caednded That Foch Deserve

a Doctor's Degree

Arrested at Lisbon

C Associated Press)
Lisbon, Nov. 15. Two men have
been arrested here charged with plac placing
ing placing the bomb which exploded on the
saircase of the American consulate

here Nov. 1st. The third man, who erf laws.

is said to have remained outside as a
guard, is being sought. Both men ax-

rested are said to be communists.

(Associated Press)
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 25- Marshal
Foch was a guest today of the Prince Princeton
ton Princeton faculty, which planned to confer
of him the honorary degree of doctor

GOVERNOR HARDEE WILL

BE THE HONOR GUEST

BALTIMORE AND MIAMI

STEAMSHIP SERVICE

(Associated Prewj
Jacksonville, Nov. 15. Governor

Hardee will be the guest of honor at

luncheon here to be given by the

Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
tomorrow. Governor's Day, at the

state fair- Govtrnor and Mrs. Har Hardee
dee Hardee will arrive in Jacksonville tonight

to be met by a reception committee

which will escort them to the hotel

where they will be quartered during

their stay here.

PEDRICK'S PETTflON

To. W. R. Pedrick, Esq.:

The undersigned citizens and quali

fied voters of the city of Ocala, here hereby
by hereby petition you to become a candidate

for councilman on the city council

fmm the third ward of the City 01

and very probably a visit to the wild J Ocala. at the election to be held on

orange groves at Citra, and the or-1 December 13th, 1921

ciple and spirit."

Before hearing the statements the
conference unanimously adopted the
committer of the whole plan worked
out by the big five.
THE TWO MOST CONCERNED

Arthur Balfour said he was the first
to arise to deal with the subject
which is so near to the hearts of all
the conferees because "Great Britain
and the United States are more pro profoundly
foundly profoundly concerned with all that
touches naval matters than it is pos possible
sible possible for other nations to be." v

ENGLAND DEPENDS ON THE

...... OCEAN
After describing England's depend-

snce on water for- sustenance ana
the widely scattered union of the Brit British
ish British Empire, Mr. Balfour contrasted
the concentrated situation of the
United. States, whom he congratulated
on her position and added hewas not

lamenting over the situation of Great
Britain, but pointing out conditions
which he said her enemies would not
let her forget.
Mr. Balfour said taking battleships
as a btusis the British thought these

limitations would be accepted, but
suggested that the submarine ton tonnage
nage tonnage might well be reduced and that
possibly the construction of large
submarines be prohibited. The sug sug-;
; sug-; geitions would not affect the main
structure of the proposals, Mr. Bal Balfour
four Balfour said, and when he promised "full,
loyal and complete co-operation" of
the British nation toward the general
American plan, the audience arose and

- applauded.

ange packing houses at mat point.
The Board of Trade expects to receive

a complete itinerary of the tour hi a

day or two. The visitors, consisting
of three young ladies and three boy
scouts, with a chape rone, are expected

to. arrive in Jacksonville tomorrow,

and will spend three days in that city

before leaving on a tour of the state

which will take in St. Augustine,

Daytona, Sanford. Orlando, Kissim Kissim-mee,
mee, Kissim-mee, Lakeland, St. Petersburg, Ocala,

Gainesville and Green Cove Springs.

(Associated Press)
Miami, Nov. 15. The steamship

Georgianna Weems of the Baltimore
& Carolina Steamship Company, will

inaugurate a regular freight service

between Baltimore and Miami within

tl next two weeks, according to an
announcement by officials of the con

cern, who are here to arrange for
terminals. The steamer is 250 feet

in length and will carry 2500 tons of

freight. The vessel will call at

Georgetown and Charleston, S. C, on

its runs.

GOING TO WATCH

OUT FOR THE GIRLS

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Nov. 15- Mayor Mar Mar-tin
tin Mar-tin has announced his intention of
appointing two or three additional

women police here' whose duty it wGl

be to keep a watchful eye upon girls.

Two women. Mrs. J. D. Alderman.

president of the Duval County Fed

eration of Women's Clubs, and Mrs.
F. L Nivens, vice president of the
organization, who were given special

police powers sometime aero, have

been supplied with badges by the

mayor.

Miss Betty Campbell Claims She Was
Not in Hiding and Expresses Be Belief
lief Belief ia Fatty's Innocence

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 13. Miss Betty
Campbell, long sought as an impor important
tant important witness in the Fatty Arbuckle
case, was found today in her home
here. Miss Campbell, age 20, said
she was a member of the party at
which "Virginia Rappe is alleged to
have suffered fatal injuries and that
she did not, believe Arbuckle had any anything
thing anything to do with her death. She de declared
clared declared the girl was a member of the
party at four o'clock when Miss
Campbell joined the party, while she

said the prosecution claims she was

injured several hours before that.
Miss Campbell denied that she tried

to hide from the San Francisco au authorities.

TAMPA IS PLANNING FOR

GASPARILLA CELEBRATION

SENATOR POTMAN'S

ROOM SET ON FIRE

TOURISTS SHOULD REGISTER

AT THE BOARD OF TRADE

All visitors and tourists are urged
to register at the Board of Trade. Be

sides affording a list of those coming

to the city and county, this registra

tion enables visitors to get in touch

with any of their friends who might

be here. It also gives the Board of
Trade an opportunity to give the vis visitors
itors visitors literature of the city and county

and to keen in touch with visitors

who do not locate here permanently

If you come in contact with visitors
or tourists urge them to register at

the Board of Trade.

The Board of Trade keeps on file a

list of rooms for rent and gladly as

sists visitors to get accommodations

Those who have rooms for rent can
aid in this work b7 listing their rooms

with the Board of Trade.

DELEGATES TO ANTI-

SALOON LEAGUE MEETING

C. C. Curry, F. E. Wetherbee, E. J.

Sasser, D. W. Tompkins, E. H. Mar

tin, E. E. Clarkson, F. W. Ditto, A.

A. Vandnhrock- R. E. Fort. C A.

Fort. II- S. Chambers, J. L. Nicholas,
R. H. Meffert, A. S. Burgess, E. C.

Jordan, Baxter Cam, W. H. Meffert.

M. M. Little, C. N; Schlemmer, Luella

S. Swaim, C. V. Roberts, Gordon
Thompson, H. L. Wikle, J. L. Smoak,

William Needham, S. T. Sistrunk, R.

L. Anderson Jr., H. M. Hampton, W.

J. McGehee, J. Goldman, James Duf

fy Jr., J. Malever, J. R. Jordan, H. P.

Bitting, Thomas Procter, J. P. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, J. R- Dewey, D. R. Connor, I. U.

Forbes, E. J. Crook, W. P. Chalker,

W W. Rilea. L. Toffaletti. Sam E.

Phillips. T. S. Trantham, J. W. Hun

ter. Lester Warner, G. C. Shephard,

L. G. Bailey, J. E. Bailey, H. B. Whit-

tington. S. M. Hooper, W. P. Huck

aby, F. B. Gates., N. U. Kindt, P. P.

Costello, H. A. Fausett, G. N. Hooper,
A. G. Moree, John Thompson, Jerry

Burnett, R. L. Carter, W. O. Perkins,

William Jeffcoat, C. Y. Miller, W. O

Furr, J. R. Martin, W. R. Bailey, John

L. Whitfield, E. Jacobs, C. G. Moxley,

C. L. Moore, C. D. Whitfield. G. Staf

ford, J. S. Tucker, W. E. Melson, W.

M. Counts, I. E. Tompkins, George E.

Edmondson, Henry W. Taylor, Frank

Burch. Andrew Goldwire, Reuben

ohnson, A. B. Johnson. J. W. Alex

ander, L. C. Smith, Jas. A. Butter

field, J. M. Ponder, E. B. McCants,

Nathaniel Hall, H. L. Lloyd, F. P.

Gadson, F. K. Powers, Will Gee, West

Davis, Harvey McKay.

(Associated Press)

Washington, Nov. 15- Senator

Pittman of Nevada, was slightly

burned about the feet in smothering

a fire in his nome on sixxeentn street
early today. The fire which was in

the room where the senator was

sleeping, was put out by the senator
before it gained much headway.

INTENDS TO REMAIN ASHORE

(Associated Press)

Key West, Nov. 15. Cap tarn John
W. Pierce, who has served 62 years
as a coast and bar pilot has retired

and will remain ashore hereafter.

Captain Pierce who was the dean of
pilots on the coast between Pensaeola

and Hampton Roads, was born in

Key West in 1837 and when his par

ents came here from Bermuda they

erected the first frame house on the

island.

STATE FAIR IS INSURED
AGAINST UNTIMELY SHOWERS

(Associated Press)

Jacksonville, Nov. 15, The State
Fair here will be a success financially,

even though it should rain during th

entire week, for the largest rain in

su ranee policy ever issued in Florida

has been written, according to insur

ance a cents. The policy is for

$68,000 aand is in favor of the Flor

ida State Fair and Exposition and

the Jacksonville Driving Club. Should

two-tenths of an inch of rainfall be

recorded any one day between the

hours the gates'-open and close com

pensation for the day is to be paid

by the insurance company.

RECALL ELECTION TODAY

IN ST. PETERSBURG

(Associated Press)

St. Petersburg, Nov. 15. Balloting

on the recall of Mayor Mitchell start

ed early today and proceeded quietly,

with indications of a heavy vote.

Market Quotations

EIGHTH GRADES LESSON

IN PEDAL ANATOMY

(Associated Press)

Tampa, Nov. 15- Ye Mystic Krewe

cf Gasparilla is preparing for the an annual
nual annual pageant here in .February and
has elected Jose M. Lozano, captain,

Charles H. Gewis, first lieutenant

and secretary, and John O. Perry,

second lieutenant and treasurer. New
directors elected were T. J. Hanlon
i Jr., J. A. Savarese and W. E. Ham-

ner. Old directors who will continue
in office are Jesse G. Barkley, Albert

S. Thornton and Penn Taliaferro. Itv
was decided to hold the Gasparilla
carnival during the South- Florida

Fair, if possible. The fair dates are
February 2-12.

CLEANING UP IN DADE

COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT

Editor Star: Please correct a mis

take published in the Saturday paper.

Mr. Little's talk was to the eighth

grade, not to the fourth.

The eighth grade is studying phys

iology, and Mr. Little gave a very in

teresting lecture on the structure of
the foot, explaining the importance of

its arches, and their use. He discuss

ed the question of high or low heels

and their relation to comfort and

health. He illustrated his talk, not

with a "dummy foot," but with the

skeleton of a human foot, which every
member of the class was permitted to

examine.

This lecture was given at the spe

cial raraest of the teachers of the

class. Respectfully,

Mrs. IL S. Wesson.
Mrs. Eex Todd.

Miami, Nov. 15 The October term

of Dade county criminal court which

recently adjourned, established a re

cord for the county, quitting work

with with a clean slate. During the

term, 250 persons were convicted or
entered pleas of guilty. Cases set

for trial numbered 321 and of this

number of 29 were continued until

the next term. Disposal of 55 liquor
cases on the docket resulted in 42
convictions and pleas of guilty. Four

were continued and nine nolle prossed.

SEAPLANE SERVICE

. t

Tallahassee, Nov. 15. Governor

Hardee has appointed the following

delegates to the national convention

of the Anti-Saloon League of Amer

ica to be held in Washington Decem

ber 6-8:

Dnn C Mc Mullen. Tamoa: E. C.

UNION WARNS PICKETS

TO MAINTAIN ORDER

Stuart. Bartow: J. W. Blume, Live

Oak; H. A. Spencer, Jacksonville; W.

ic D.u.n. .nl.ii tt ti. Ki I fJ Tilchman. Palatka: Rev. R. N.

4 V VAHMVW j I

submarines which might be prohibit

ed would be the kind used only for
attack, and pointed out the stimula stimulation
tion stimulation of industry by lower taxes after
armament reduction, which he said
also makes idealism a practical prop proposition.
osition. proposition. Mr. Balfour also read a con congratulatory
gratulatory congratulatory cablegram from Premier
Lloyd-George on the American pro proposals).
posals). proposals). v
SPANISH WAR" VETERANS

Merrill, Miami; Rev. O. T. Asleman,

Jacksonville; E. E. Edge, Groveland;

Fred Turner, Tampa; Dr. L. C. Phil

lips. Pensaeola, and Rev. D. H. Rutter,

Daytona Beach.
' t.
INTERESTING ADDRESS

(Associated Press)

New York, Nov. 15, The picketing

of 3000 garment shops by strikers be

gan today. The union warned pickets

against arguments or disturbance.

I SENATE WONT INVESTIGATE

THE SHD7PING BOARD

FiUhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m. ;
W. T. Gary, Commander.

W, A. Knight, Adjutant.
Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar.
Pcmpano and Spanish Mackerel st
the City Fish Market. tf

A letter from Mrs. A. E. Delouest

of Rensselaer, Ind., received in town,

tells of the interesting and rousing
address that Col. Dan Morgan Smith,

who is so well known here, gave in

that citv November 1st. The address

wa nn war and Americanism and as

usual with this eloquent orator was

intensely interesting. While in that

city CoL Smith was the guest of Mrs.
Delouest.
! Mrs. Delouest, who for a number
I of years has been in poor health,

seems to be improved, being able to

hear CoL Smith's address, which was

a great treat to her.

(Associated Press)

Washington, Nov. 15. The Senate

commerce committee declined today to

institute an investigation of the ship

ping board, as proposed in a resolu

tion by Senator Lafollette, republican.

of Wisconsin. The vote is understood

to have been unanimous.

(COURTESY BATTLE. & CO. )
istftv YnnK rmroN

Domestic mill consumption for Oc

tober 494,745 bales. Futures closed

steady.

Open High Low Close

December .16.90 16.90 16.42 16X5
January 16.80 16.85 16.32 16.46

March ... 16.85 16.85 16.31 16.49,
May 16.55 16.55 16.15 16.35

JnW 16.15 16.20 15.90 16.00

October .. 15.50 15.50 15.18 15.18

T TYTTRPOOT. COTTON

Soots auiet. Fully middling 1L22.

Receipts 24,495, including 18,062 Am

erican. Sales 5000, including 3000

American. Futures closed steady.

December 10.59. January 10.59, March

10.53, May 10.48, July 10.40, October

10.00. f

CHICAGO GRAIN

Onen Hieh Low Close

. 105 U 105 103 104

109 109 107 107

Messrs. Guy Richards, Baxter Cam

and W. E. Veal went to Crystal River

yesterday to camp out over night and

probably do a little fishing.

lln CL G. Bamett has accepted s

position at the Book Shop.

Mrs. J. Walter Hood and Mrs. W.

T. Gary left today for Gainesville, to

attend the State Federation of Wom-

an'B Clubs, which is being held there

this week.

Key West, Nov. 15 Regular pas

senger seaplane serrice between Key
West and Havana for the season will

begin today, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement by officials of the concern
which will operate the planes. The

fare from Key West to Havana will

be $50 one way and $SK) for the round

trip.

LYDIA DANIELS

ONE-HALF PRICE

Evcrytiilno for yoarjTOanlcsgiving Dinner

Side windshield glass at $120 per

pair. Mack layior, pnone ucaia,

Fla. -6t

Wheat

December
May ....
Corn

December
May ....

Oats

December

May

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Mrs. Philip Murphy leaves tomor-

row for uainesviiie to mwdo we

Woman's Club convention,

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EAT AT THE MAXENE

Best meaU in the city for 50 cents.

Twenty-one. meal ticket for $7. Phone

260, 310 N. Main street. tf

Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It

The laborer's hire is not always de

termined by the laborer's ire Colum

bia Record.

Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
This is a Stadehaksr year. tf

Policeman Bronson captured eight

negro gamblers at one fell swoop

Sunday night. Each gave a casn
bond and then faded.

Mr. Frank Wetherbee is here for a

dasr or two from his Lake county

grove.

Eighty-five women registered Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for the city election. About

250 altogether have their names on
ti WtnV Of these the ereat ma

jority are white.

Mr. Wyatt Aiken of the Columbia
farm bank is here, auditing Mr. R. S.

Rogers accounts. Mr. Aiken belongs

to the old Soutn uarouna lamuy

from which the city of Aiken was
named. He is a genial gentleman and
making many friends.
Mr. W. J. Wilson came over from
his home at Fort McCoy yesterday,

especially to see Mr. G. E. Battle,
who is an old friend, having been in
charge of a bank at Perry when Mr.
Wilson lived there a dozen years ago.

In the death of Lydia Daniels,

which occurred on November 12th,
the colored people of this community
lost one of the best esteemed of their

race. The funeral services were held
from Mount Zion A. M. E. church, of
which she had been a member for

many years. The deceased was 73
years of age. She was not only well
known by her own race, but by many
of the white people. There were sev

eral preachers in attendance at the

funeral and the following acted as
pall bearers: Lexi Alexander, John

Brown, R. S. Mitchell. W. H. bmittt.

Jasper Ingram and Jerry MitchelL

Robert Thomas, one of her lour sur

viving sons, has been with George

MacKay & Co. in the building de department
partment department for 38 years.
The' case of R. C Manning, charged
with having liquor in his possession,
is up in the county judge's court today.

can be had at the Fortjuinrj Confectionery

Pnone 503, Free Delivery

THUS
Twenty-five tires, 32x3, standard

makes, at cost, $15. Mack Taylor,

phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-t

Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar.

FOR SALE Nice little farm consist

ing of 13 acres of land, all fenced;
nice four-room house; located five
miles from Ocala on Anthony road.
Will sell at a bargain. For terms
see IL S. Camp at U-Serve Store
No. 2. 15-12t

tlrsca's flzzt ca FL Eing Ave

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powers

showed bow far "open ses

sions" will go in the conference. The
American proposition was planned be behind
hind behind 'dosed -doors, altho it was an

nounced in the open. It will be con

sidered behind closed doors and its

acceptance or rejection, or, much more

likely, counter proposals will be an

nounced in the open, and then the

American delegates will go into sec

ret session to study out the answers.

And so it will go, and ; can't go any

other way.

the surviving destroyer after a tug tugboat
boat tugboat and, taking the surviving air airplane
plane airplane on its deck and the surviving
submarine in tow, proceed slowly to toward
ward toward the harbor, being met on the
way by the tug and towed in.

O'NEAL KENNEDY

EARN BEFORE EATLNG

'' Will Taylor islike; Banquo's ighost.
Begins to look like the municipal
campaign will be a contest between
Will Tayfor and the charter.

Foch is more "popular in America
than any American officer. He never
'ordered ari Anderieart sbldier' to be put
'Iri' the guardhouse. ;

The'Star is' informed :th'at Mr4. Bax Bax-'ter
'ter Bax-'ter has come to the positive determi determination
nation determination not to be a: candidate for alder alder-"man
"man alder-"man "frbnvthe third ward.

1 Tor five cents you' can buy a'glaas a'glaas-f
f a'glaas-f TulFof riot Very near beer' or a cupfull
"ilot ahy too close coffee; otherwise,
'Vouif' nickel has' to be 'reinforced.
i?H. G. Wells may be given the dou dou-Die
Die dou-Die 'measure and the blackface type,
but the unknown reporfers,'wiilT'write
the real history of the great confer conference.
ence. conference. '. i

Some people' who cast their bread.

upxm-the! waters "get back beaten: bis bis-f
f bis-f 0cultsiibadly beaten-Jacksonville Ifej
iropolis.
'tA-H-fight-if they aren6fcold. !;

1 Combining a sales tax with a s'ol
' 'rs bonus looks too much like mak-.
;s'lngthe soldier pay his Own' bonus. ;
Times-Union. 's
- At present he! is' busy" trying'ta help!
;t'pay eVerybody else's1 bonus.
' "Peggy O'Neill Says that the English
love the Irish' so well that they never
can rmdefsialidihe" row between the
Sinn Fein and the Orangemen. Tam-
r'fca Tribune. - v
' Nobody else-including the Sinn
- hVand Orangemerican'tinderstand
4 it.

Cast ybui? bread 'onf the Waters nd

rperhaps' itl'will return to yeu with.

' hutteY ohit.-Ocala' Star. j
Ours always falls with the battered

side down, however.Phil Armstrong

in the TfrfiesJnion.
You are not" the" only butter-in the
"bunch.

The dispatch Monday, announcing

"fchat the1 propositions of 'America" re4

garding I the' redaction of 1 armament.

'naval Tioliday," etcVfere- being exam-

' inedlby the;naval experts of other

DICKIE-SAYS

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The following from the Kissimmee
Valley Gazette narrates an instance
that proVes that in dealing with impe impecunious
cunious impecunious tourists it is best to make
them earn before they eat.
He looked the" picture of hard luck
when he commenced to hunt for some
light work and he had a most lady ladylike
like ladylike little hacking cough which indi indicated
cated indicated that the work must be light or
he couldn't undertake it. No, he really
couldnt. Also, he' was hungry. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly he was. He had had but, very
little sustenance to maintain what lit

tle me nc was carrying and even

that was of a nature that didn't seem

to agree with him.

He greatly impressed Lewis O 'Bry

an with his" story. Lewis voice almost

hroke when he Was telling of the con-

dition'of the poor man and Lewis
voice seldom breaks. Then he immed

iately impressed j. m. wmson so

strenuously that tears came to his

eyes wneri ne mentioned the sad, sad

story," me' mates, of the hungry and

sick man who lacked everything

even moneywith tends to make life
worth living. Then when he met with

Rev. L. H'Kirkby and made the
twice-told tale still more graphic and

intense, there was a communion of

souls' 'that 'was especially interesting
and thrilling. Mr. Kirkby desired his
yard cleaned not that it needed it but
he'Mesired an excuse to let the vic-

tirir of misfortune "earn" some mon

ey; lie Wanted to run the roller of hu humanity
manity humanity "over 'the road the wayfarer

must 'tread and feel that he had done

a'deed to brighten the corner where
the 'homeless' might rest.

And Mrs.' Kirkby, learning that

only 'fresh dggs those immediately
from' the "egg foundry would "set"
well in the running-gear of the unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate man made hurried calls upon
the neighbors 'till at last she found

'place"' where the fowls were work working
ing working while the "rector skurried about
till 'he 2 found a bit of home-grown
buttei cthe "bread of the biter. And
the-min worked a couple of hours hours-after
after hours-after which faintness nearly overcame
him. l' Had it not been for the glad

some' meal one of those where ev

erything was furnished the guest-

just the same as when the Episcopal

bishop drops in for a feed! it is evi evident'
dent' evident' the 'man would have gone into a

state' of "hibernation. It was s-o-m-e

meal --and the sick man did it justice

Ana wnen tne rector nanaea nun a
dollar tipon his promise to return in
the morning to' complete the job the

smile of the destitute man far more

thin repaid the vwork of the diligent

hen and the yielding cow and the la

bor of love 'n everything. "Charity
ccvereth a multitude" of grafters.
" Charity lsuffereth long" and gets

stung.

The 'rake next morning was in its

-accustomed place. It had not been

worn by work or fatigued by action.

Nothmg" was -missing but the man.
Investigation upon the part of the
reflective rector showed that early on

the same morning the egg-and-butter
fed wanderer, a constant sufferer

front a hacking cough, had filled hi3

tank with' gasoline, added a couple of

quarts of heavy oil, and had left in

his excellent Cadillac for other but

not fresher fields to conquer.

Moral: Do not feed strangers or
eire them money until they havfe

earned every cent of it. Florida will

be over-run with people of this sort
this esason. -There were some of this

variety-; in Kissimmee last spring spring-but
but spring-but this year's crop is being harvest harvested
ed harvested earlier, and -seems brighter and

more engrossing than before.

Now that the president has signed
the $75,000,000 federal good roads act,

we hasten to suggest to those who will

have charge of placing the money that
road- construction should begin in the
South first, as weather conditions here

wil-permit- them to work all winter

Road -construction farther north can

be done in the late spring and sum
mer. Times-Union.

"Good'advice, but it's a safe bet :t

won't be taken.

The Star is informed that the bond
attorney in New York, to whom was
referred the question of the, validity
of the Ocala securities voted to im

prove streets a year and two-thirds

ago, has approved of them. The

bonds have' been printed and the bank

has the money for them, and in the
course of human events it i3 possible
that they will make connection.

Mr. A. T. Thomas announces that

he will be a candidate for the office
of mayor. Mr. Thomas says that he

desires to carry on a clean campaign,
devoid of personalities, and if Dr.

Peek is elected he expects to turn in
and do all he' can to make his admin administration
istration administration a success.

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER

(New York Tribune)

We know not who he was, but we

know what he was. Th; statue-like
definiteness of his personality shines

through the veil of his namelessness,

His age was four and twenty years,
his height four inches less than six

feet, his weight 140 pounds, his figure

lithe, his movements quick and grace
ful.

His face was smooth, his clean
features chiseled, his brows level and
his clear eyes wide apart. His counte

nance irradiated alertness and quiz
rical intelligence and a subtle ethe

real quality. No brother to the ox
was he, sodden and brutalized, but a

free man, erect and self-confident.'

The exterior-was a fit envelope of

that within. This young man was the

cheerful friend of children, chivalrous
to women and to the foe he opposed

but never hated. His hand was heavy,
but was never raised against helpless

ness.

He did not preach, and his only

hypocrisy was the pretense that he

did not take himself or his cause with

great seriousness. He shrank, when

told he was a patriot and the word

crusader was his pet aversion. So
firmly wershis principles fixed in

habit that to do the brave and right

thing was nothing to brag over any
fellow in his shoes would of course do

the same.

It is not the day of troubadours.

Our Roland 3 do not smite and divide

rocky walls. The age of myth-making
and imputed miracles is over. But

behold even greater heroes! Once

mankind was wont to revere the ex

ceptional man; now it finds ample for

unstinted admiration in the average

man.' Individual lives have been so en

hanced that mediocrity has become

glorious. By a mysterious multiplica

tion all of us have become greater

than any one of us.

Foch. the great strategist and

handler of military masses, is right

victory in war depends on spiritua

qualities on the soul of the Unknown

Soldier.

NOTICE

A wedding of interest of which a
great deal has been said but of which

very little was positively -known un

til Saturday night, was the-wedding

of Mr. Maston O'Neal and Miss Willie

Kennedy.

This young couple slipped away

rom their suspecting friends and

were quietly married at the home of

the Christian minister. Rev. C. H.

rout, Thursday 1 evening. Rev. and

Mrs. Trout were the only one present.
Mrs.. O'Neal being at her station at

the Book Shop for the remainder of

the week, knowledge of the marriage
was not generally known.

By Saturday night the secret was

out and about a dozen of their friends,

having prepared a delicious repast

before hand, went to the home of Mr.

O'Neal, about two "miles from Ocala,
and as the couple were preparing for
a trip to Leesburg, intercepted them
and an elegant spread was enjoyed.

Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal spent Sunday in

Leesburg, returning to Ocala late

in the afternoon. They expect to

take a longer trip at soon as Mr.

O'Neal's partner, who is now sick,

has recovered sufficiently to attend to

business.

Mr. Maston O'Neal is the son of

Mr. B. LV O'Neal of Ocala, and is an
excellent young' man. He served his

country during the world war and

upon receiving his discharge, immed

iately went into cosiness and is now
doing well in the firm of O'Neal &

Holly. Mrs. O'Neal for a number of
years has made her home with her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Borden. She has made a number of
friends who will be glad to shower
her with the best of wishes for a
happy married life.

The couple have taken an apart

ment at the home of Miss Theo Wal-

lis, where they will make their home. lJ

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
llagneloes Recharged Cars Washed 22d Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Oirner Oklawaha Ave.iand Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

Cook's Market and Grocery
OYSTERS OYSTERS
Exclusive Retail Depot for
BROADACRES DAIRY
Whole Jersey Milk
High Grade Things to Eat
PHONE 243

BUICK "6" ROADSTER

1917 Buick "6" roadster, new tires,

newly painted. Price $450. Mack Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-t

Wood and kindling $2 per load. R.

H Todd Lumber Co., phone 223. 10-4t

Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It

Salt n jllet, already -scaled, at the

City Fish Market. 24-tf

Overland 83,. five passenger;, good

tires, top and upholstering, $250.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
phone 8, city. 15-tf

Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211 two rings; residence

phone 151. 15-tf
NOTICE

The city council will receive bids

on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., for sale of the lot on which the
city barn is located and described as
follows:

A lot in the city of Ocala. measur

ing approximately 580 feet east and

west,' by 300 feet north and south,

bounded south by. May street and east
by Sanchez street, extending west
from the west line of Sanchez street
to the extension of Watula street

about 580 feet, running north from
May street to the Taylor property,
about 300 feet. City reserving, the
barn. H. C. Sistrunk,

10-31-tf City Clerk.

NOTICE OF SALE

" The 'battleship idea in naval con

struction seems to be that a forty
million dollar floating fort, if proper properly
ly properly defended by destroyers, submarines
and airplanes, can go a few hundred
miles out to sea and come home again,
unless it meets another floating fort
similarly defended. A battle between
battleships will be won by the battle battleship
ship battleship that has the most or the smartest
destroyers, airplanes and submarines.

After -the battle is over, if one of the

battleships remains afloat it can send

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, i3 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, FliL, between
the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. nu, 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-
haceo.

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 ana au costs.
This November 5th, A. D. 192L
S. C M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.
W. E. Smith,
Plaintiff's Attorney. 11-5-lOt

Notice is given that the city coon

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 aoanie cased

with wrought iron pipe, outside cas-

ln? 12 inch, inside casing 10 men: well

to be sunk and cased to cavity sura-

cient to carry off flow of septic tank.

Address bids and secure desired In

formation from city clerk. 27-6t

OCALA AUTO & GARAGE CO.

Dealers

SETS THE PACE

Fours
$1340

Delivered

. Bghts
$1825

Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
See Our Used Car Bargains
Alii Guaranteedlas Represented

Phone 249

North Side of Post OIHce

Ocala, Florida

Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.

Taste is -a matter of
tobaeco quality

We stxte it as oar honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Iissetr it Myers Tobacco Co.

f o

CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended

Affiles



OC'AlA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1S21

nHt. I can now give you the
052!&Yery latest, up-to-date
methoda, assuring .yon
fsee the most careful and
tiioro service.
TJB. K J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
I'jmizht fneeialist

CCALA ELECTMC
:;SUOE'SIitir
t
Phone 143
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you mime you cannot use,
il i A
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.
Fop you Soles Sake
Phone Us.
Our work is Walk About
Others' work is Talk
About.
OCALA, - FLOIDA
$100 CASH
And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finished and
painted inside and out.
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large ga rage. See
E. C. JORDAN,
OWNER
OFFICE OVER
JAKE'S
E5E Sll RE
of perfect results on
bake-day. Don't spend
your time in preparing
bakings that contain
expensive ingredients
and be disappointed
w hen you take them out
of the oven. Use
oaiung powder
not because it's the big biggest
gest biggest selling brand on earth,
but because it is absolutely
the most dependable and eco
nomical of all leaveners. i
When you employCalu-j
met Bakinar Powder vou know I
uidi yuur uuiogs ww i mac
properly because it contains
more than the ordinary leav-
l eoing strength.
Don't waste energy and
I money on uncertain baking
powder use caiumet, cae
''pure and sure" brand.
A pound can of Calumet contains foil 7
looat. some nafctng powoen come in
12 oas. can instead of 16 on. can. B
nre yon set a pound when yon want it.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

V COWTEMTSII I

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A Man To!
His Mate
By
J. ALLEN DUNN
Illustrations by
Irwin Myers
Copyrtant Bobbt MerrB Co.
"rVe,ve got none. Our hungers an"
aur rifles an' shotguns'll prove our i
claim to be pelagic sealers. We got j
to trust they believe us. If there is J
a hide aboard or a club, or a sign tf ;
a dead seal on the beaches they'll nail j
us. They may ennyway, just on suspi suspicion.
cion. suspicion. "It's lucky we didn't start mussin
up that beach. But they'll go over
everything. I know 'era. They claim
to own the seas hereabouts, an' they're
cockier than ever, since the war.
Rainey, you got to git busy on the log
If yore father didn't keep it up, M39
Peggy, so much the better. If he has,
you got to fake It someways, Rainey.
"I'm SImms, get me, until we're clear
of 'em." An you, Rainey, are Doc
Carlsen. Nothln must show In the log
about enny deaths."'
"But why?" asked the girl. "Why
do we have to masquerade If we
haven't touched the seals?"
Lund barked at her:
"I gave you credit for sharper wits,"
be said. "We've got to have every everything
thing everything so reg'lar they can't find an ex excuse
cuse excuse for haulin' us in an' settin' fire
to the schooner. They'd do it in a
Jiffy. We got to show 'em our clear clearance
ance clearance papers, an we've got to tally up
all down the line. Rainey ain't on the
ship's books Carlsen is. Lund, ain't
but SImms is. Tm Simms. An you"
he stopped to grin at her "you're
my daughter. I'll dissolve the- rela relationship
tionship relationship after a while, I'll promise you
that. An' I'll drill the men. They
know what's ahead of 'em if the Japs
git suspicious.
"That ain't the worst of it! They
may know what we're after. If they
do, we're goners. Ever occur to you,
Rainey, that Tamada, who is a deep
one, may have tipped off the whole
thing to his consul while the schooner
was at San Francisco? He was along
the last trip. He'd know the approxi approximate
mate approximate position. Might have got the
right Aggers out o the log. him
havln' the run of the cabin. A cable
would do the rest. He'll git his
whack out of it, with the order of the
, Golden Chrysanthemum or some jig
arig to boot, an' git even with the
way he feels to'ard our outfit for'ard,
that ain't bin none too sweet to him."
The suggestion held a foundation of!
conviction for Rainey. He had thought
of the consul. He had always sensed
depths In Tamada's reserve. It looked
plausible. Lund rose.
"IH fix Tamada," he said. But the
girl stopped him.
Tou don't know that's true. Ta Tamada
mada Tamada has been wonderful to me.
What do you intend to do with him?""
"I'll make up my mind between here
and the galley," said Lund grimly.
"This is my third time of tackling this
Island, an' no Jap is goin' to stand be between
tween between me an the gold, this trip. Why,
even if he ain't blown on us, he'll give
the whole thing away. If he didn't
want to th'ey'd make him come through
If they laid their eyes on him. They've
got more tricks than a Chinese man mandarin
darin mandarin to make a man talk. Stands to
reason he'll tell 'em. If he can talk
when they git here," he- added om ominously,
inously, ominously, standing half-way between
the table and the door of the corridor,
his hand opening and closing sugges suggestively.
tively. suggestively. "The crew'd settle his hash
if I didn't. They ain't fools. They
know what's ahead of 'era in Japan.
You, Rainey, git busy with that log.
iPT MSI f c
VL
ij,. it i
W'-f W
But Peggy Simms Was Between Him
and the Door.
That gunboatll have a boat alongside
this floe inside of ninety minnits."
But Peggy Simms was between him
and the door.
"You shan't da it," she. said, her

eyes hard as flints, if Lund" were like
steeL "You don't know what he was
to me when when dad was burled.
Call him In and let him talk fer him himself
self himself or or m tell the Japanese myself
what we have come fori
Lund stood staring at her, bis face
hard, his beard thrust out like a bush
with the jut of his Jaw. Still she
faced him. resolute, barely up t bis
shoulders, slim, defiant- Gradually his
features crinkled Into a grin.
"I believe you would," he said at
last "An r3 bate to fix jou the
way I would Tamada. But, mind you.
If I don't git a definite promise out
of na that rings true, I'll have to
stow him somewhere, where they
won't find him. An that won't be on
board ship."
The girl's face softened.
"You said you played fair, she said
with a sigh of relief. She stepped V
the door, opened It, and called for Ta Tamada.
mada. Tamada. The Japanese appeared almost
instantly. Lund closed the door be behind
hind behind blm and locked It.
"You know there's a petrol cemln
up, Tamada?" he asked. "A Jap pe petrol?"
trol?" petrol?" "Yes."
"What do you Intend tellln 'em if
they come on board?"
"Nothing, if I can help it. I think

I can. I am not friendly with Japanese
government. It would be bad for me
if they find me. One time I belong
Progressive Party in Japan. I make
much talk. Too much. The govern
ment say I am. too progressive."
Rainey Imagined he caught a glint
of humor in Tamada's eyes as he made
bis clipped syllables!
"So, I leave my country. Suppose
I go on steamer I think that govern government
ment government they stcp me. I think even In
California they may make trouble. If
they find me. So I go sampan. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes Japanese cross to California In
sampan."
"That's right," said Rainey. He had
handled more than one, story, of Jap Japanese
anese Japanese crews landing on some desolate
portion of the coast to avoi lmmigra-;
tion laws and steamer fares. Generally
they were rounded up after their
perilous, daring crossing of the Pacific.
Tamada's story held the elements of
truth. Even Lund nodded In reserved
affirmation.
"Also I ship on Karlok as cook be because
cause because of perhaps trouble if some one
know me in San Francisco. I think
much better If they do not see me.
I have a plan. Also I want my share
ef gold. Supposetjiat gunboat find me,
find out about gold, they will not give
me reward. You do not know Japanese.
They will put me In prison. It will
be suggest to me, because I am of
daimlo blood" Tamada drew himself
up slightly as he claimed his nobility
"that I maie harl-karl. That I do
not wish. I am Progressive. I much
rather cook cn boarti Karluk and get
my share of gold."
Lund surveyed him moodily, half
convinced. The girl was all eager
approval.
"What is your plan, Tamada?"
"We're losLa' time on that log." cut
hi Lund. "Git busy, Rainey. Look
among Carl sen's stuff. He may have
kept one. Dope up one ef 'em, an'
burn the otter. Now then, Tamada,
dope out yort scheme; it's got to be
good one."
Both Lund and the girl were laugh
in'g when Riiiney came out bate the
main cabin again with the records.
Tamada had disappeared.
"He's some fox," said Lund. "Miss
Peggy, you better superintend the
theatricals! It's got to be done right.
'Rainey, not to Interrupt you, what do
you know about enteric feverf
"Nothing."
. "Well, It's the same as typhoid.
There'll be a surgeon aboard that gun gunboat.
boat. gunboat. You got to bluff him. Say little
an look wliie t as an owl. Don't let
him mix In with yore patient"
"My patient r
"Tamada He's got enteric fever. If
.'there's time hell give you aU the dope."
"But I don't see how that"
"You will see when you see Tamada,"
Lund grinned. "How about them
logs? Can you fix em?"
"I think so."
"Then hop to it I'm goin to wise up
the men and arranee a reception com committee.
mittee. committee. Don't forgit yore name's Carl Carlsen,
sen, Carlsen, an mine's Simms."
Rainey wrote rapidly In his log.
erasing, eliminating pages without
trace. Imitating the skipper's phrasing.
Fortunately Simms had made scant
entries at first and, later on. as the
drug held him. none at all. Carlsen
had kept no record that he could find.
The girl had gone forward to aid with
Tamada's nlan which Lund had
evidently accepted.
Before he had quite finished he
heard the tramp of men on deck and
the blast of a steam whistle. He ended
bis task and went up to see the gun gunboat
boat gunboat gray and menacing. Its brasses
glistening. 33ien on her decks at their
tasks, oblivious of the schooner, and
officers on her bridge watcbing the
progress of a launch toward the flee.
It made landing smartly, and a
lieutenant diminutive but highly
effective In appearance, led six men
toward the Karluk. He wore a sword
and revolver; the men carried carbines.
Their disciplined rank and smartness.
the waiting launch, the gunboat in the
offing, wen; ominous with the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of power, the will to administer
It The ofScer In command carried his
chin at At. arrogant tilt Lun J had
rigged a irangway and stood at the
head of It saluting the lieutenant as
the latter mapplly answered the greet greeting.
ing. greeting. Rainey found the girl and put a
hurried question.
"What about Tamada? Where is bet
What's the plan?"
She turned to him with eyes that
danced with excitement
fHelg La. the- gallex-JDQctor Carlsen.

But he'lsfft Ttfmada any mure. He's
Jim Cuffee, nigger cook, sick with
enteric fever, not to be disturbed."
Rainey stared. It was a clever de device.
vice. device. If Tamada could carry it out and
he bear his own part In the masquer masquerade.
ade. masquerade. The willingness of Tamada to
risk the disguise was assuran:e of his
fidelity.
"Lund should have told me," he said.
"Tve got to change his name on the
papers. It wont take a minute
though; he doesn't appear In the log."
The Japanese officer wasted no. time
on deck. For precaution. Rainey made

his alteration in the skipper's cabin,
leaving the log there on the built-in
desk.
"This Is Lieutenant Ito, Dpctor
Carlsen," said Lund. "You want to see
our papers. Lieutenant?"
"My orders are to examine the
schooner!," said Ito, in English even
more perfect than Tamada's. His
face was officially severe, though his
al&nt eyes shifted constantly toward
the girt Evidently .she was an un unexpected
expected unexpected feature of the visit
"Til get the papers first," said Lund.
Doctor, you an Peggy entertain the
lieutenant" Rainey set out some
whisky, which the Japanese refused,
some cigars that he passed over with
a motion of bis hand. He sat down
stiffly and ran through the papers.
"We're pelagic, you know," said
Lund. "We ain't trespassin on pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Didnt even know you owned
the Island."
"It is on our charts," said Ito crisp crisply,
ly, crisply, as If that settled the right of do
minion. "How did you come here at
aiir
"We was brought" said Lund. "Got
froze in north o WrangelL -Gale set
us west as we come out o the strait
We're bound for Corwin. Nothln
contraband. All reg'lar. Six hunters,
two damaged hi the gale, though the
doc's fixed 'em up. Twelve seamen.
one boy, an a nigger cook who's pols-
ened himself with his own cookln.
Doc's bringin him round, too, though
he don't deserve it Want to mak
yore inspection? We're in no hurry
to git away until the ice melts. Take
yore time."
The little, dapper officer with hit
keen, high-cheeked face, and his shoe shoe-brush
brush shoe-brush hair, got up and bowed, with a
side glance at Peggy SImms.
"It is not usual for young ladlei
to be so far north." His endeavor at
gallantry was obvious.
"I am with my father," said the girl,
looking at Rainey, enjoying the situ
ation.
"Where I go she goes," said Lund
And looked In turn at her with rellsr
in his double suggestion. He, too,
was playing the game, gambling, be
lievlng in his luck, eckless, now h
had set the board.
They passed through the corridor
Lund opened up the strong room, anj
then the galley. It was orderly, and
there was a moaning figure In Ta Tamada's
mada's Tamada's bunk, a tossing figure with t
head bound hi a red bandanna abov
the black face and neck that showec
above the blankets. The eyes were
dosed. The black hands, showing
lighter palms, plucked' at the cover coverings.
ings. coverings. "Delirious," said Lund. "Serves him
right He's a rotten cook."
"Have you all the medicines you
need?" asked Ito. "I can send our
surgeon."
"I can manage," returned Rainey.
"Delirious," said Lund. "Serves Him
Right He's a Rotten Cook."
alias Carlsen. "It's enteric I've re reduced
duced reduced the fever."
They passed on through the hunters
quarters. The girl fell behind with
Rainey.
"A good makeup and a good actor,"
she whispered. "I helped blm to be
sure be covered everything that would
show. It was my idea about the ban bandanna.
danna. bandanna. Just what a aick negro might
wear, and it hid his straight hair."
The lieutenant appeared fairly sat satisfied,
isfied, satisfied, but requested that Lund go on
board his ship. He stayed there until
sundown, returning In hilarious mood.
"We've slipped it over on 'em this
time." he said. "I left 'em aswim with
sake, an bubblln over with polite .re .regrets.
grets. .regrets. But they'll be back in three
weeks, they said, if the ice Is open.
An, if the luck holds, well be out of
It I don't want them sea renin' the
ship agin." He slapped Tamada on
tit har-k as he came to serve supper

iTTIr "Sandy bad laid the table.
"A reg'lar vodevtUe skit," be ex exclaimed.
claimed. exclaimed. "You're some actor, Ta Tamada
mada Tamada 1 But why didn't you say the
Island was down on their charts?
They've even got a name for it
Hiyama."
"It means hot mountain," said
Tamada. "The government names
many islands."
"You can bet yore life, they.' do."
aid Lund. "They're smart, but they
overlooked that beach an they've giv given
en given us three weeks to cash in."
Lund himself had imbibed enough

f the sake to make him loose of
tongue, added to his elation at the
success he had achieved. The gun gunboat
boat gunboat was gone on Its patrol, and he
had a free hand. He half filled a
glass with whisky. "Here's to lack,"
he cried. And spilled a pert of the
liquor on the floor before be set the
glass to bis Hps.
"Here's to you. Doc," he added.
"An to Peggy !" He rolled eyes that
were a trifle bloodshot at the girt.
"Our relations have gone back as
usual, Mr. Lund." she said quietly.
Lend glared at her half truculently.
Tm agreeable," be said. "As a
daughter, I disown you from now on.
Miss Peggy. Here's te ye, jest the
samel"
V
(Concluded Tomorrow)

TO THE NORTH
VIA THE
"EVERGLADES LIMITED"
A NEW LIMITED PULLMAN, DINING CAR AND COACH TRAIN
Effective from Jacksonville, November 16, 1921.
Daily Route No. 84 ,
Parlor Car ana Coach
Ler. OCA LA A. C Ldne 1:45 pm Service to Jacksonville.
L,t. Jacksonville. . .A. C. Hue :45 pm Sleeln Cars 6U Peters-
Ar. Savannah A. C Line 12:25 am burgr to Washington. Tarn-
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Ar. Norfolk A. C Line 5:40 pm eL Petersburg to Jackson-
Ar. Petersburg A. C Line 2:20 pm ville.
Ar. Richmond A. C. Line 3:10 tm .
Ar. Washington R. F. P. :30 n Pr? Reciting ChaJr
Ar. Baltimore... Penna. Syst. 7:50 pm Cars Jacksonville to W ash ash-Ar.
Ar. ash-Ar. Philadelphia.. Penna. Sys. 10:00 cpm lngton.
rLlrkw' Tent; SI Mf am Coach Service on all trains.
Ar. Boston... N. Y. N. H. & H. 7:5$ am
Connections made, at Washington with evening departures by all
roads for Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, Pittsburgh,
Buffalo, Rochester and all points in Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and
Western New York.
For further information, detailed schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to or address the undersigned.
' L. K. BRADDOCK, Ticket Agent, A. C. Line, Ocala, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agt. J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass Agt.
Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
E. M. NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah. Ga.
W. J. CRAIG, Pass. Traffic Manager. T. C. White, Gen. Pass. Agt,
Wilmington, North Carolina.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad cf the South

Negotiable Storage Receipts
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
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A New Limited Pullman, Dining, Observation Car and Coach Train
Effective from Jacksonville, Wednesday, November 16, 1921.
Daily Rocte No. S2
Lv. OOALA tNo. 40) A- C. Line 1:45 m TRROl'GU EQt'lPMEXT
Ar. J'ksonvllle CNo. 40) A.CL :45 pm Jacksonville to Chicago.
Lv. JacksMiTiUe...A. C Line S:20 ta Jacksonville to Louisville.
Av. J ksonvUle iSo. 40J A.CJL. :45 two Jacksonville to Clevfelani
Lv. Waycross A. C. Line 10:30 pm Jacksonv le- Indianapolis.
Ar. Albany A. C Line 1:45 am Jacksonville to G. Itaplds
Ar. Macon A. C. Line 4:00 am
Ar. Atlanta 'A. C. Line 7:05 am Jacksonville to Gran3
Lv. Atlanta L N. RR. 7:25 am Rapids and Mackinaw
Ar. Knoxville L & H. RR. 12:82 pm City.
Ar. Louisville L. & N. RR. :30 pm
; M r. . i OBSERVATION ia.Se.
Ar. Cmc imati....L. & N. RR. .1 m SLEEPER Jack.-
Lv. Cincinnati. .Penna. Syat. 1:45 pm tmk ..fl
Ar. Columbus.... Peama. Cyst. 1:16 am
Ar. Akron Penna. Byst. :35 am .
at. Cleveland Penna. Svst. :20 am k2,n CARS
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna, Byt. 11:40 pm Jaekavuie.
Ar. Fort Wayne. .Penna. SyaL :1 am .,
Ar. Grand Rapids Penna. yst. 11:5$ am T?EAn.. e
Ar. M kinaw City Penn. Byst, l0:&d pm n,
Ar. Cincinnati Penna. Syt 11:40 pm COACHES Oeala to Jaelc-
Ar. Indianapolis. Penna. Byst. f:45 am Marine, JaekaMVtJle t
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. Byst. 11:40 pm .Caea-w
Ar. Iean sport .Penna. Byst. 4:50 am
Ar. CHICAGO Penna. Byst. 7:65 am
NOTE: Train does not run to Mackinaw City Sundays. Sleeper
leaving Ocala Fridays runs only to Grand Rapids.
For further information, detailed schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to or address the undersigned. -
L. K. BRADDOCK, Ticket Agent, A. C Line, Ocala, Fla, -A.
W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agt. J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass Agt.
Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
E. M. NORTH. Assistant General Pas sen per Agent, Savannah. Ga.
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Yes Sir I
MSnre Thing" I
Colder weather, the 5
Fair and Christmas are j
coming, and you will j
need that New Suit,

Overcoat, and extra
Pair Trousers.
We tailor them to fit
and fit to wear.
j. A. Chandler j
120 S.llcdn Street
Thompson Building Up Stars
Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale- It
USED FORD
One 1921 Ford touring car. A bar
gain: Al shape. Mack Taylor, phone
348, Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
loressenct
is like the breath
of your favorite
flower a delicate,
elusive flower fra fragrance
grance fragrance that lin linger
ger linger and lingers.
A drop lasts for
days.
MILADY
BEAUTY
PARLOR
Try our layer cakes. They're just
like the real home made ones you like
ao well. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
"Waitfo"rnFifty-FlftySale. ; It
For years "PANAMA",
overalls have faithfully
served the South. Work Workmen
men Workmen in every trade know
UNION-MADE I
stands for the most durable
and comfortable work clothes
money can buy. Sold, under-1
oar iron ironclad
clad ironclad guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Ask
on
yonrdealer.
Look f oi the
trade-mark.
bUI2ls.Ce.
MADE TO
MAKE GOOD"
Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a cake and candy
sale at the Ocala House on Saturday
at 10 o'clock. 15-4t
RAILROADS SCHEDULE
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am JacksonviUe-NTork 2:10 tun
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tamna-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 :m
2 :55 am NTfork-St Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 um
1 :50 cm Tampa-Manatee 1 :S5 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST UNE R. R.
i Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 ija
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am ksonville-Gansvttle 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 mm
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7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox I
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4 :zo am u uneuon-juK-eiAuu ix .uo yux
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:lapm Lesburg e:4zam
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
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OCAIA (HIKES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. H. C. Packham is slowly re
covering after a ten days illness.
Rev. "W. F. Creson went to Jack
sonville yesterday to attend the
Presbyterian synod which convenes
there this week.
Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market, tf
Mrs. D. C. Stiles of Jacksonville, is
expected to arrive in Ocala today and
during her stay here will be the guest
of Mrs. William Wolff.
. Ask for the new "sweet" Honeyboy
at the Federal Bakery. 15-6t
"The roads were so bad and the
lanes were so narrow, I was forced to
bring my wife home in a wheelbar
row." A very unusual tourist passed
thru Ocala yesterday headed back
north. The man's equipment consist-
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
LOST Sunday on Leesburg-Ocala
road south of Lake Weir, black
leather suitcase. Contents of value
to owner only. Liberal reward for
return to Ocala Star office. 15-6t
FOR RENT Clean, nice rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply at No.
212 Orange avenue. 15-tf
FOR SALE Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
. Converse lot at A. C. I, depot. 15-tf
HOBART MIXER Every restaurant,
boarding : house and drug store
should have a three-quart Hobart
mixer. Hobart Mfg. Co., P. O. Box
880, Jacksonville, Fla. 14-3t
LOST On road near Ocala, 33 x 4
Goodyear tire on Buick metal rim.
Finder please return to the Buick
garage. 14-2t
SHOE REPAIRING Why discard
your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes 7
( 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
MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-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 Harrington
rington Harrington 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
$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re
ward 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 SALE One complete box of
cabinet maker's tools. Will be sold
at a bargain. Apply to Walter
Wells, 24 Henry St., Ocala. 10-6t
WANTED Position in office. Can use
typewriter and take shorthand. Can
also assist in bookkeeping. Accurate
with figures. Can furnish good ref
erences. Reasonable salary requir
ed. Address P. O. Box 88, Ocala,
Fla. 10-6t
FOR RENT One bed room furnish
ed. One block off Fort King, four
blocks from Harrington Hall. Phone
543X or call at 215 Tuscawilla St.,
south. H-6t
FOR SALE Two good pianos, one
nearly new incubator one Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan
dotte cockerel. Come and see them.
J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
phone 501, Ocala, Fla.
J gART One of our candy factories
at-home, or small room anywhere.
We furnish everything. Experience
unnecessary. Big pay. Men, women.
Frederick Kurn, 514 Walnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 12-6t
e5S prestrlpUoa lor Colfc,
Fever sad laGrippe. us tn
bssI speeoy remeoy we Knoiv.

ed of his wife, a pair of twins, a baby
and a wheelbarrow. The family is

headed for Indiana. They walked for
a while and carried the children but
the load proved too heavy so they
purchased the wheelbarrow in Or
lando and will use it for a perambu
lator the rest o fthe way.
The street department made a quick
job .on Main street. The flint rocks
which have been sticking up out of
the surface -of the street for years
were plowed out, and a heavy coat of
crushed lime laid down and rolled
smooth. This leaves the street in very
good condition. The street force is
now working on Washington street,
in front of the postofEce.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
The Star has received from1 Mr.
George Chambers, who for the past
few months has been at the public
health service hospital at Greenville,
S. C, a letter expressing his apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of the boxfull of good things
sent him a few days ago by the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary to the American Legion
of Ocala. Mr. Chambers' health has
greatly improved and he hopes to
soon return home.
Overland 90, five passenger: good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$S50. Terms.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor i
Co. Phone 8, city.
15-tf
A. Wright, a colored laborer, while
unloading a car of rock at Ray &
Thomson's yard Monday morning, fell
from the car, getting a couple of ugly
cuts on his head. A physician was
summoned, the wounds dressed and
the man taken to the colored hospital,
where he is being cared for.
The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
cfcurch will hold a cake and candy
sale at the Ocala House on Saturday
at 10 o'clock. 15-4t
Mr. E. L. Carney returned Monday
afternoon from a visit to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. While there he inspected the
state fair and says it is the best ever.
He was particularly pleased with Mr.
Beuchler's exhibit of Polled 'Angus
cattle, and Messrs. Gist's and Blood's
fine showing, of hogs.
Until January 1st we will sell
FURNITURE at greatly reduced
prices for cash. Phone 19 and let us
know your needs. Theus Bros. 15-tf
Rev. C. H. Trout, pastor of the
First Christian church, has gone to
Birmingham, Ala., for two weeks, to
preach in a great revival of the five
Christian churches of that city held
simultaneously. He will be back to
begin his regular work here on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Nov. 27th.
Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
Smoke Don Rey.
A
That good cigar.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Horrell and
small son of Whitney, spent a few
days in Ocala last, week, guests of
Mrs. Horrell's mother, Mrs. Martha
Williams. Mrs. Horrell and son ex expect
pect expect to return to Ocala and spend
ftir week here.
Here's your opportunity to furnish
your entire home. Until January 1
we will sell any item in our store at
greatly reduced prices for cash.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 15-tf
Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of
Roanoke, Va., spent Saturday m
Ocala guests of Mrs. Jennings' cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mr. E. C. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs.
Jennings were making the trip thru
the country to Orlando, where they
will spend the winter.
Our several flavors of cup cakes
take the worry off the housewife who
doesn't know what kind of cakes to
serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.
In the list of officers of the U. D. C j
for the coming year, the name of Mrs.

P. W. Whiteside was given for treas-J
urer. It should have been Mrs. H.!y
ir? vchn van elected to O'

that office.
Our orangeade machine Is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or or-asges.
asges. or-asges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t

Mr." L. M. Murray, as a delegate j:
from the Presbyterian church of this;?

city, will attend the synod that con-

12-6tvenes n Jacksonville this week. Mr.

j Murray expects to leave uxiay.
This is a Studebaker year.
tf
Mrs. W. A. Tinsman went to Clear
water yesterday to join Mr. Tinsman,
I who has been there a week and where
i in the future they will make their
heme.
Mrs. ,oto Mee, for the m
weeks, has been enwrumms

uncle, Mr. E. L. Carram of Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts and her pretty little niece,
Miss Elsie CelonL They left yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville, where
Mr. Carram will probably remain all
winter.

Miss Bernice Bryan, who has been
visiting friends in Waldo, was in the
city Monday, stopping on her way
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Just In
Cranberries
Shelled Almonds
Seeded Raisins
Seedless Raisins
Glace Cherries
Glace Pineapple
Glace Assorted Fruit
Citron. Orange and Lemon Peel
Holland Herring all Milchners
Johnson's Baby Educator Rings
Full
Cream New York Cheese,
kind with a snap to it
Sap Sago Cheese
the
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
O. H. TEAPOT
GROCERY
PHONES 16 AND 174
FOR SALE
I have decided to put on the market
ir.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2V& or five-acre lota,
part cash and five years to pay bal
ance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on' this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east ox
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.
VV. D. CARN
ThindrRds of

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have already taken advantage

ings now prevalent in every department.
If you haven't yet shared in the unusal savings it
will pay you to visit our store this week.
Everything in Our Lines al 75 c on the Dollar

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OCALA,.
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back to Inverness, where she is stay

ing with her aunt, Mrs. W. M. M alloy,
for a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. Bryan.
The Star has received from Mr.
Bert Leigh, a postcard mailed at Ti
juana, Mexico. Bert writes that Vol
stead has neevr been to Tijuana.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mrs. E. L. Carney left yesterday
for Lakeland, to attend the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate reunion in that city. Mrs. Car Carney
ney Carney was appointed matron of honor
by Gen. Rawls.
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co
12-tf
Mr. W. K. Zewadski has returned
from Tampa, where he successfully
argued a case in court and spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with the family of his son, Mr.
W. K. Zewadski Jr.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mr. J. L. Smith is feeling good
over the good prices for cukes which
he is obtaining in New York. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday he received returns amounting to
$4 a crate. He will ship quite a
quantity before the season is over.
Mr. Elmer Turner, who travels for
Jacksonville house, was in town
yesterday, greeting his Ocala friends.
Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
Mr. J. M. Akin of Barnesville, Ga.,
is the guest for the winter of his son,
Mr. J. W. Akin.
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.
Phone 443. 18-tf
The friends of Mr. W. M. Parker, of
the firm of Parker & Guynn, who has
been ill for the past week, will be glad
to know that he is now steadily im
proving.
Wait for Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
If you've ever eaten better bread
and rolls than we serve you, tell us
about it. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
Mrs. B. D. Blackburn, who has
been in the hospital for aeveral weeks.
is sufficiently improved to return to
her home."
BUICK -41 ROADSTER
One 1916
shape, $250.
Phone 348.
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in units ten bale3 and upward.
Grains one thousand bushels
and upward. Stocks ten shares
and upward. Cotton margin $5
per bale; grain margin 5c. 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
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Italian Cooking
JOHN METRIE
Proprietor
108 South Magnolia St.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
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Funeral Directors, Embalmers'
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Ocala, Fla.
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