The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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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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YITnOFOgECAST--Gcnerally fair tonight sad Friday, continued warm. TZ2IPSLlTUai3--TiiiB morality 65; this afternoon, 83.



Marion county is the greatest
Fcland-Chma hog county in the
outh. Following close upon the cap capture
ture capture of grind championships at the
Southeastern Fair, Atlanta, Tri-State
Fair, Savannah, and Georgia State
Fair at Macon, Marion county Poland Poland-Chinas
Chinas Poland-Chinas have captured the grand cham championships
pionships championships at the Florida State Fair in
. Jacksonville. A boar bi ed by W, C.
Blood of Ocala, and a sow bred by
VI. M. Gist of Mcintosh, were award awarded
ed awarded grand championships by the judges
at the Florida fair. Other Marion
county winnings at Jacksonville in include:
clude: include: first premium for aged boar,
first for aged sow first for senior
'yearling sow, first for junior sow pig.

senior champion boar, senior chain


Said Colonel Gilbert in Regard
Charges Made by Sena Senator
tor Senator Watson


(Associated Press)
Omaha. Neb, Nov. 17. Charges of

unwarranted hangings of American
soldiers overseas, recently made by

Senator Watson of Georgia, were de

nied henv today by Col. Wm. O. Gil

bert, who had charge of the death,

dismissal and penitentiary cases at

the American expeditionary forces

headauarters. Chaumont, France. If

- . . . I tV.pi-A harl 'Wn an v VinncincR without

-pion sow, l&rst lor aged nerd, nrst ior 1-7- --

'produce of dam, first for junior year- 'nai rumors woum nave racueu x-

first even uivugu uicic nao uvr uiu-

North Ireland Sees No Reason Why I America Having Indicated the Route

It Should Make a Surrender
To the Sinn Fein

London, Nov. 17. (By Associated
Press). Ulster's reply to the latest
British government proposals on

To LessersArmament, Far East-

Disputes May Be





The planting of the six hundred-

acre citrus fruit development of the

Florida Orange Groves Corporation

ling in Poland-China futurity,

for senior boar, pigs in the futurity,
first for iienior sow pigs in the fu futurity,
turity, futurity, and first for the junior sow
ipigs in the futurity, and first for the
' junior sow pigs in the futurity.

Following is a complete list of the

cial record, he said.



The Marion County Creamery Com

prizes won by Marion county Poland- Pny, a corporation recently organized

Chinas at the Florida State Fair: m wis county, is mKing rapia pro-

Washington, Nov. 17. (Associated I abont four miles southeast of Ocala
Press). Preliminary reconnoitering 1 raider way. The setting out of the

Irish settlement was delivered today, gave way today to more direct nego- trees began this week under the direc-
It indicates that Ulster stands firm tiation in endeavors of the armament ton r- J. Timmons, resident
in the attitude taken and will not conference to find a solution for the manager, who for many years has
submit to anything considered a vio- problems of the far east. The heads of been connected with the citrus indus-
lation of her rights. Complaining Bine delegations sat as a committee 7 county. About two hun-
that the government has failed to cf the whole and far eastern and arm- "red and fifty acres will be planted
maintain secrecy regarding the nego- ament questions began to follow en- 3 a ana" next spring, or a total
tiations, the Ulster representatives tirely different pathways and there 0 fabout fifteen thousand trees in one

threaten to publish tne correspond-1 fe a growing impression that soonor ana vwo Bna one-nail acre orange,

or later all interested nations will grapefruit and tangerine groves.
take the view that the fortunes of the ncw development of the Flor Flor-two
two Flor-two are not inseparably linked, as Wa Orange Groves Corporation is lo loth
th loth e United States held from the first. astride the old Lake Weir road
In some quarters it is felt that with bout four miles from the city and

dorsed with certain reservations the Un independent armament agreement bout am ile east of the Dixie High-

negotiations in progress between the an accomplished fact, and with the way. me western oounaary oi tne
British government and Irish repre- Pers even tacitly agreed to even property is about a mile west of the
sentatives the broadest of principles to be pur- Atlantic Coast Line railroad and the

sued in the Pacific and Orient, fur- eastera oounuary toucnes me ra rather
ther rather treaties or specific understand- board Air Line railroad. The property
ings on details of the far eastern or ne most part is high and rolling
situation may be rendered unneces- hammock land.
sary. Sales of the small groves totalling
SHIPYARDS NOT A SUBJECT a qrter of a million dollars have
wnh,wnn n. 17 been made. The groves are to be de-

Press).-The British suggestion that Mped on a co-operative, protective

Liverpool, Nov. 17. (Associated
Press) 4 By sji overwhelming ma

jority the unionist party today en



( Associated Press)
Geneva, Nov. 17. The love tragedy

of twin sisters, who drew lots for

Aged boar first. W. C. Blood sec- gress and the officers are connaent tne ujr one ana 8Cienimc DM1S on Bma"

ocd, W. M. Gist. new company win be a Die to taice care u.u-. luu" naval shipyard capable of turaing out 1 P

U J J 1 iU A 1


former Hun



Senior yearling 'sow, first and third,
Yf. M. Gist.
Senior sow pig, second and fourth,

W. CY Blood.

year, the corporation agres to care
for the groves for an additional ten

experts. There was no suggestion in I-"- wa; "-f Vi
the American proposals that any .in the tract lwn. ose

all the United! cuxnpany, wui uc wpe-

rated together and the net return per

third i of the production of milk by Dec 20.

. 'I M m m I Ma.- a. -.I A Vm-m wl-Ai Tha virl t

nv xt n; The manaeer in cnaree nas just in- "c "Cl ow'

. W. V1BV. I " I .

Junior boar pig, second and fifth, formed the Star that they have placed a Iaier "amea

w r nhwut 1 orders ior tne equipment necessary x,

. l i it ml a; M it., i mnan Attiiar urrtrt V9 nnaniA in nis

Aged: sow, first. and third, W. M. I Ior me.emcieni operauon ox "If." "7, V' a ZTa yards be scrapped as

creamery. Ane v,iarKSOii nHuwirer-"-w CfatP, h will p! Anri-nir th

Company is to furnish the mUk cans both, thmkmg he was always with nava buildi
necessary, both for the fanners and the same sister. The officer when he P m;intenance of the Dair

i rri r?ii t 1 Vi a pitnirirtTi oslrarl Try a onria I

tne creamery, ine iuiiier jkhoh fe !.: j

Qnnnlv rVtmnamv Visa a rront an I to decide which would marry him.

-Junior sow pig.

" VJOV - - I m J jl. 1 U C XT 1

Senior champion boar, W. C. Blood, power, the latter having been pur- poison. ney orew iuu ui ..rjr ""s ?
o: v : w P phased from the Martel Lumber Com- died. When the survivor was ar- rreeting4 of the American delegates

r..-j -v- v,' xv n tha nanv. The matter of the refrigeration rested, the olKcer disappeared. for 2:30 today.

, Vimtiu vuauij;ivu uuai, vj. uiuwu. i r I -ill

has not vet been settled, hut it is the I z ",CTU"s w" "c AWt uun-u31u" v

intention of the corporation to pro- GEORGIA FARMER Pns of heads of delegations for deal- located at Pittsburg, Pa. The officers

cure ice from the Ocala Ice & Pack- STAYS ON THE JOB mg Wlth Facific and far eastern ques- are c. P. Anderson, president and di

ing Company' for its refrigeration,! Itions. I rector; F. H. McCurdy, first vice pres

until other arrangements, can be j (AjocUted Press) o "'"' i ident: r. is. Sheaner, second vice

made. I TnneVa if nn Kov. 17. Charles I Washington, Nov. 17. (Associated I president and secretary; H. S. Gar-

This new enterprise is one that I c Barrett, of .Union City. Ga., was I Press). Baron Kato, on behalf of I re tt, third vice president; H. P. Mc

.Grand champion sow, W. M. Gist.

r lAged herd, first, W. M. Gist. v

Young herd, third, W. C. Blood ;

fourth, W. M. Gist.-
Breeder's young herd, third, W. C.

acre will be pro-rated.

The men' who are interested in the

Florida Groves Corporation have de developed
veloped developed large groves near Avon Park
on the same plan as will be put into

effect here and have been attracted to
Marion county on account of its supe

rior advantages for citrus fruit grow

ing, i he general offices or the Flor

ida Orange u roves Uorpo ration are

0 Blood; fourth. W. M. Gist:
p Get of sires, fifth, W. C. Blood.

: Produce of dam, first and fourth, materially effects every one in Mar- unanimously re-elected president of the Japanese delegation today, asked I Curdy, general manager, and C. P.

Yi. M..Gist; fifth, W. C. Blood.

Poland-China Futurity
: Junior yearling sow, first and third,
.W'. If. Gist.
Senior boar pigs, first and second,

;. W, M. Gist.

ion county, and very much interest the National Farmers Union in an

has been taken in it by its entire citi- nuti conVention here today

zenship since the very beginning. It

is the result of efforts put forth by

the Marion County Board of Trade in

the early fall, and is being financed

and received from conference heads I Anderson, F. H. McCurdy, F. B.

several days delay for examination I Sheaffer, H. S. Garrett, O. L. Doty Jr.


of the far eastern proposals submit

ted yesterday by China.

and H. P. McCurdy, directors. All of
these men are from or near Pittsburg,

Senior sow pies, first, second and ty more than nrty or the leading busi

fifth. W. C. Blood: third and sixth. W. ness men of Ocala, and as many of

II, Gist. jour leading farmers.

Junior boar nies second, fifth and Ae company has secured the build



(Associated Press)

New York. Nov. 17. Between 25

and 30 bootleggers in New York city

(Associated Press)

Washington, Nov. 17. President

can House conferees on the revenue

bill that a maximum surtax rate of
40 per cent would be agreeable to the


sixth, W. C Blood; fourth and eighth, ng previously used as a restaurant have defrauded the government out Harding today informed the republi

W SI Gist across the railroad from the ice lac- oi more man iw,vw,ww-m
junior to'w pigs, first, second and tory, and work is now being done on come taxes and pewltiei, Frederick
fcisfeth, W. M. Gist; fourth and sixth, it to equip it for the purpose. The J. Kopff.. assistant federal district at at-ir
ir at-ir n tih- j onntHKt fn, orranmnff tin knnsp tornev. of Erooklvn. saidtoday. He

Tf. J, XUOOU. 'V & a -
-. Tnn?rt- ni uo J w f! been laced and it will soon be ready, said the estimate did not include hun

Blood; third and fourth, W. M. Gist. The farmers are wide-awake to the dreds of smaller bootleggers. The
I government has started proceedings

. a Marion county roiano-cnma sow s 7 , n t
Captured a grand championship at the a number of them have bought dairy to make Edward J. Donegan, a Brook
International Live Stock Show in Chi- cows and are planning, to build dairy lyn contractor, pay more than a mill

cairo two years aeo. A Poland-China I barns

boar bred and raised by Z. C. Herlong Since Marion county is peculiarly

a his farm in this county sold last adapted to the raising of grains and

year for $15,000.

Having a little tirfle to sparev Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, the editor of the Star
thought it would be a good play to
give the fair grounds the once-over,
and Mr. Mack Taylor having proffered
the use of one of his classy Dodges as
a conveyance, and himself as chauf chauffeur,
feur, chauffeur, the scribe was rapidly and com comfortably
fortably comfortably transported to the arena of
Marion county's great annual agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and industrial exposition.
In the thirteen lucky years that we
have been visiting the fair grounds,
we have never seen them in better
shape. They have been cleaned till
they looked like the floor of a par parlor
lor parlor no exaggeration, for we have
seen some parlors far less cleanly.
The whitewash brush has been ap applied
plied applied as zealously as it ever was by
a legislative committee or a city
council and everything is refreshing refreshingly
ly refreshingly bright and neat.
We -are not a connoisseur on rac racing,
ing, racing, but the race track looked good
to us, and Mack confirmed our judg judgment.
ment. judgment. So did Frank Ditto, who al always
ways always does a lot of laboroflove for the

The stables for the horses have been

moved to the north side of the fair
grounds that is, the location has
been moved, as the stables themselves
have been rebuilt.

Probably the most permanent fix

ture of the fair so far is the excellent

cement floor, underlying the domestic

science department in the agricultural
building and extending southward to
make a floor under the dining halL
This smooth and solid floor is the
work of Mr. Chas. L. Moore, a veteran

in such operations. By the way, the
Methodist ladies will have charge of
the lunch room and feed the people
like they were delegates to a confer conference.
ence. conference. With part of the lumber from the
old stables, shelters have been built
over some of the hogpens, to shield
the less hardy stock from the sun or
maybe rain. ;
Everything looks auspicious for the
fair, and everybody interested in it
should pray for good weather.

ion dollars hi taxes and penalties.


strong grasses, the products, essential

I to successful dairying, the success of

this enterprise is assured from the


Mr. H. F. Wilde, of Charlottsville,

Va who is to take the manageemnt

Market Quotations

of the creamery, will arrive next

week. Mr. Wilde is a man of a life- December

Futures closed steady.

Onen High Low

16.70 16.85 16.62




15.52 16.25 15.45

en can. r atures openeu up x io o

noints. cloisad down 25 to 30. Decern-

K r

Mosai Bluff, Nov. 16. There will
be a bazaar including all kinds of dif different
ferent different articles and supper, given at
tV MjMm THnAT csklsvsvl ViArten Qafiiwla V

night,' Nov. 19th. The proceeds of Pme experience m the creamery bus- January

this entertainment will be: used for BUU iS "iCICiU'c f, Maren

to tne company, xie is tne largest i May

Rfiflhments will served through J s""ai-ucr vpiWn JUiy

v ?n i- n,J1 company and expects to put in a I October

cordially invited. small.dairy when he has the cream-

r Mr. Roy Galloway spent a few AU" T k i
day liere last week. Not onIy fnendly but Social en-
. ..' j courairement. should be given this

Midi xwas iivv s sikv.M
sftiarw fiafnvriav ovoniner offav vor

of ill health and was laid to rest in Maron county Its possibUities can- ber 10.05. January 10.10, March 10.11,

the Electra cemetery Sunday after- no1 oe over-estimatea, e May lQ Uf July 10.08, October 9.68.

noon. Rev. Jirash conducted the uaus r.. i0,r CHICAGO GRALN

- . I Citizen oi tne county. i
funenil services. Market steady.

Th Moss Bluff school is arranging! What Onen Hieh Low Qose

a good exhibit to send to the fair. December 106 107U 1054 105
: We played our first game of basket Dunnellon, Nov. 17 Armistice Day May 109 109 108 108U

hall Mondav afternoon. I was observed by tne closing oi ail xne i r

' r:,.. t kV T7- Oo.-litnrp and a- seven o'clock Praver I rWpmhpr 43 48 VI 474 48

in Orala shopping and visiting rela- service Friday morning. jMay 53 53
j l Quite a number of Dunnellonites I Oats

?''"'.'..' nV;, ;n KQ .t.ta f?f t JscV. I December 32 33 31 32

r. ana sun. ea isaanin ana son, i--
r:-j j n: r Unnvillo I May ..... 37 37is o

osii-1 Alonzo Baskin of Stetson Univer

-mJiXS jrauiv vvuuovv nv wMuua a I . a,t

. i ni- s.fa sitv. spent the week-end with His we amm mma sapporwng ue

V m Sit sy.j I 1 xr


Fl aconettes perfumery, all odors.


Lake Weir, Nov. 16. A mistake

was unintentionally made in the Lake

I Weir letter last week, giving the

Muclan Farms a black eye when it

was meant for a correct statement
made by the manager about the yield

of corn to the acre. It should have

been 1400 acres in corn alone and the

yield was 35,000 bushels.

Mrs. William Briggs and her grand

UNABLE TO ARRANGE daughter, Alice unggs, accompaniea

POST-SEASON FOOTBALL I by Mrs. Sara Thorp, ail of Westerly,

R. I arrived Monday night to spend

(Associated Press) Ithe winter at Mrs. ttnggs' cottage

New York, Nov. 17. New York 1 near tne station.

University announced today it was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Uiurcn ana tneir
unable to arrange the post-season niece, Elizabeth Biivens are recent

games requested by the Universities J arrivals from Westerly, K. I, ana are

of Florida and Alabama. pieasantiy locatea at tneir wmier

heme on Orange avenue.

CIGAR MAKERS IN TAMPA Mr. ana Mrs. MiKe ix)iuns oi uon-

0 ANOTHER STRIKE I necticut, motored from Milford, their

summer home, to occupy their neat

fAuoriitcd ptmsi I little cottaee nurcnasea near tne

Tampa. Nov. 17. Between five and I school house last year.



iR7a ifiM nit hn-dred cie-ar makers in West! Every one is jubilant over

16J77 16.52 16.70 Tampa walked out today when their prospect of the commencement of the
ir r ir.17 ir fii manris for better wares and work-1 much talked of Dixie Highway, which

I I :rt j; H V V. V;. i;4-1

16.08 163 ling conditions were refused ana it is run u.-" imuusu

repotred that every fatcory in Westpurg, to iesDurg. xe mues soauo,

m. n m j .1- ..A

i tvpRpnnr rnrmv i iampa is iaie. ine siruters arc

' wmm I ... -XTt

Spots very quiet, fully middling to persuade tne worxers m xoor

10.88. Sales 5000, including 3500 Am-

City factories to strike.


( Associated Press)

Chicago, Nov. 17 Twenty-five per

sons were injured, two probably fa fatally
tally fatally today, when two elevated trains

were wrecked in u rear-end collision

Ion the Oak Park line. Firemen used

acetylene torches to reach the in

jured. Patrick McGuire, a guard on

the first train, and William Gnffin,
who was riding on the platform with

him, both may die. A dense fog is

said to have been the cause of the

wreck. Two steel coaches telescoped

land the most seriously injured were

emment in extravagance during the in these. Three hundred passengers

I A. ail tW T-W AS

M n P TTru-r? net sverl davs war. but this post-bellum alimony in tne otner coacaw





Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t in Leesburg visiting friends.

gets our iroat. Columbia Record. cuts and bruises.

ISveryiMsO Ior yo urlThanlcsfTivlrJO Dinner! can tic had at the Fort Kino Conlccttoncry

Ocala, our own county seat, being

about the same distance north of
Lake Weir.' The erying need is for
more furnished houses and a good
boarding house especially. People are

turned away daily wro want such ac

commodations. There are two ten-

room houses vacant but not furnished

and tourists -and settlers do not all
have or want motor houses or tents

to spend the winter months in. Many1

of them come for their health and
want to be more comfortably situated.

The Red Cross branch is getting
active again under the enthusiasm
of Mr. Charles Rheinauer, the ener energetic
getic energetic chairman, who is always inter interested
ested interested in the people of the lake and
any movement made for the benefit
of mankind in general.
Mrs. J. G. S purlin has gone to Pa-

latka to spend several weeks with her

daughter, Mrs. Carl Dekle.

Conner, Nov. 16. J. N. Stevens,
wife and children left Saturday for a
visit to relatives at Inglis, .returning
P. T. Randall went to Ocala Friday
on matters of business.
John R. Rogers of Ocala, was at attending
tending attending to business in this place
George Reynolds left Saturday for

his home at Norcross, Ga after a visit

of several weeks with his friend, A.

H. Win go Jr., at Camp Waldena.

Ernest Sewell and wife of Umatilla

were recent visitors to relatives at


Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Cordrey and

children went to Anthony Sunday.

There will be a reception at the

Oklawaha Bridge church Saturday
evening from 7:30 to 10 o'clock, given

by the members to the newly elected

pastor. Rev. Gus Padgett and wife
of Fort McCoy. It is hoped that the
entire membership and also all friends

in the community will be present.
. F. L. Smith and wife of Palatka;
visited their son. Freeman Smith,
several days last week.
W. H. Garrettson, A- H. Wingo Jr,
George Reynolds and E. O. Powell
formed a fishing party Wednesday,
going to the scrub, where they had
fine luck.


Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc. For plants and

particualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. 17-tf !.

Japanese Gift Shop open Dec 6th,
will be located in the Ocala House
store room, between the A-R. Grocery
and the old A.C.L depot. 17-lt

- The Ladies Aid of the Christian
church will hold a sale of candy, cakes,
brown bread, nut bread and mayon mayonnaise
naise mayonnaise dressing on the Ocala House
porch Friday morning, beginning at
10 o'clock. 17-lt

PhcsgSCSsFresDcUvcryillssca's Place ca FL King Ays



icala Evening Star
tafcHa ErefT Day Eset Mday by

B. B. Carroll. FreIdet
r. V. iMTtWMd, Seeretary-TreMare
J. B. Beajamlm, Editor

En t Med at Ocala, Fla.. postofflce as
gecond-clasa (natter.

BMlacift Offtee . .Flve-Oae
f&&l4rfilil Ofpartaicat Two-Sere
Sortftr ftejerter ..Fire-Oae

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more. The members vote their thanks
to Brother Howell and committee
and the management of the cafe for
this most enjoyable occasion.



The jgame season opens Sunday.


The president and the governors of
the rui states having ... made proc proclamation
lamation proclamation to that effect, we can now
have Thanksgiving. Wouldn't it be
awful if they should some time forget
to proclaim...:


Monday night the Knights of Py Pythias
thias Pythias had an oyster supper at the
American. Cafe. This was the sur

prise c, supper that G eorge Howell and
his committee gave as an. inducement
for, a .larger, jattendance to the regu regular,
lar, regular, A Monday,, night fraternal sessions
of the .lodge and proved a success as
to j attendance. and especially the sup supper.
per. supper. iTheoysters were there is boun bountiful
tiful bountiful ,t supply and were served and re reserved
served reserved in the different styles until
each, niember had refused to have any

' At the special meeting of the coun county
ty county commissioners the matter of the
contract with the state road, depart department
ment department to build road No. 2 was consid considered,
ered, considered, and the advice of the county at attorney,
torney, attorney, Mr. E. II. Martin was called
for. The result of the deliberations
was the decision that, the contract
was not as favorable to the county as
it should be, so Mr. Martin was in instructed
structed instructed to draw up another. Mr.
Martin left for Tallahassee Monday,
to submit the new contract to the de department.
partment. department. Following are the two con contracts:
tracts: contracts:

Copy as Drawn by the State Road
- Department
This contract and agreement made
and, entered into this ........ day of
November, A. D. 1921, by and be between
tween between -the state road department of
Florida, .hereinafter called the de department,
partment, department, and the board of county
commissioners of the county of Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, state of Florida, hereinafter call called
ed called the ; commissioners.
Whereas, state road, No. 2 of the
Florida system of state roads extends
north and south through said county;
and, .. ... 1
Whereas, the Commissioners have
the sum of $450,000, the proceeds of
the sale of certain bonds voted to be
used in building said road through
said, county; and,
Whereas,, the' department desires
that there shall be built on the. route
of said state road No. 2 a good and
permanent hard surfaced road through

said county, and did at its regular

quarterly meeting held in Tallahassee
on. the 27th day of October, 1921,
adopt a resolution in words as follows;

Marion County, State Road Now 2 ;
The following resolution was offerr
ed by Mr. Clark, seconded by Captain
Hillman, and unanimously adopted: t.
i Resolved, That, the state road de department
partment department does .hereby agree, that if
Marion county will expend the sum of
$450,000 on state road No'. 2 in said
county, under the supervision of this
department? that this department will
complete said, road across said .county.
The chairman is hereby instructed
to enter into such contract with .Mar .Marion
ion .Marion county as to carry out the provis

ions of above resolution.
Now therefore in consideration of
the premise and in pursuance of said

resolution it is contracted and agreed
as follows:

That- said commissioners will ex

pend the iium of $450,000 on state

road No. 2 through said county, on

the route and line located and approv approved
ed approved by the chief engineer of the de department,
partment, department, -in the construction of a
good, permanent hard surfaced road
under the supervision of the depart

ment. And that when the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners have so expended said sum of

money, the department will with state
funds or with state and federal aid
funds, continue the work and will
complete the. construction of such
road through said county.

Corrected Copy as Drawn by the
County Commissioners
: Now therefore, in consideration of
the premises, it is contracted and
agreed as follows:
That said commissioners will ex expend
pend expend the sum of four" hundred fifty
thousand dollars ($450,000) on state'
road number. 2, through said county,
on the route and line located and ap approved
proved approved by the chief engineer of the
department, in the construction of a
good, permanent, hard surfaced road
under the supervision of the depart department;
ment; department; provided, however, that such
supervision shall not prevent the
commissioners from letting contracts
for any part of such construction on,
or for the furnishing of materials, for
the whole or any portion of said road
(the aggregate amount of said con contracts
tracts contracts not to exceed $450,000) and
that the commissioners shall be the
sole judges as to the expediency or
necessity for letting any such con contract
tract contract at any. time on any portion of
said road, or on any class of said
work until the commissioners have ex expended
pended expended said, sum; it being understood,
however, that the work must be done
under the supervision of the depart

ment's engineer, and in accordance
with specifications to be prepared and
furnished by the department.
And it is further agreed that when
the commissioners have expended said
sum of $40,000 in the construction of
said road, as aforesaid, the depart department,
ment, department, with state funds, or with state
and federal aid funds without delay
will continue the. work and complete
the' construction of said road through
the county.
It will be noted that under the con

tract submitted by the state road de department,
partment, department, Marion county's $450,000 is
to be spent "under the supervision of
the department. The county com commissioners
missioners commissioners were of the opinion that
this language was too broad, as it is
susceptible to the construction that
the state road department would have
entire control of the construction of
the road, including the disbursement
of Marion county's bond money, and
that the commissioners would be
bound under that contract to sit still
and do nothing except as directed by
the state road department. .The con contract
tract contract as re-drafted at the instance of
the county commissioners leaves them
free to contract for the expenditure
of the county's $450,000 as they may
be advised is expedient, provided only
that the work be done under the super supervision
vision supervision of the department's engineers
in accordance with the department's
specifications. In other words, the
contract as prepared by the depart department
ment department could be construed as equivalent
to placing the county absolutely at
the mercy of the state road depart department
ment department as to when the road should be
built, what sections should be first
built, etc


Blitchton, Nov. 16.Mr. G. M.
Blitch of Irvint, is spending this week
here. ;
A number of our people are grind grinding
ing grinding cane.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, were Sunday callers.
Mrs. Cattie Davis accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Davis heme after spending
a week here.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine,
were Monday visitors.
Mrs, Dollie Blitch, Mrs. F. E. Fant
and Leone and Lindsay and Mrs. A.
L. Grayson spent Tuesday at Emath Emath-la,
la, Emath-la, guests of Mrs. V. P. Potts.
Miss Nell Poo re is recovering from
a few days' illness.
Mr. Landis Blitch had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to cut his hand last week with
an axe.
Miss Pickett of Cottage Hill, was
the week-end guest of Miss Lillian
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prine of
Gainesville spent the week-end here.

The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a cake and candy
sale at the Ocala House on Saturday
at 11 o'clock. 17-2t



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Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
See Oht Used Car Bargains
All GuaradttA as Repressed

North Side o! Post Ollice

Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up-a big statement, but let
us prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
. Try our layer cakes. They're just
like the real home made ones you like
so well. Federal Bakery. 15-6t

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.
Theua Brothers. Phone 19. 15-tf

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Cfaaherrjiea .'
h!!ed Almond
Seedisd Raisins
Sendlesa liaising
' Glace Cherries
Glace Pineapple
Glace Assorted Fruit
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Holland Herringall MUc&ners
Johnnon's Baby Educator Rings
Full Cream New York Cheese, the
kind with a snap to it
1 Sap Sago Cheese
i Overjarid -90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$850. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. Phone 8, city." 15-tf
Goo. MacKay I Co.
Ooila, Fla.
A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
Phone 13
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
yon think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Eindly give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
. Rainy Day.
For you Soles Sake
Phone Us.
Cur work is Walk About
.Gfhsrs work Is Talk
'Repair All Cars.
Weld All Metals
KRabore Cylinder
Satisfaction Give Us a
-. Trial.
Phone 597 Mgrs. Phone 408
For freuh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Hixket. tf

; Arrival anL departure of passenger
" The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
:':"ita:;;';.; V v
:'. (Eastern Standard Time
'-' Le?- Arrive
2:21T2 -J ackBonville-NTTork 2:10 am
bl'J5 pm 4- -Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:lTpm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrshrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pin' Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
" Leara,'- Arrive
2:2Zasi Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 urn
1:45 pnJksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am J ksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am, St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
S:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm Dunnellon-WUcox
y 7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11 :03 pm
3:23 pm. Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 rn-' Gainesville 11:50 am
'iloadty, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.


Man To
His Mate
; BustraUoM fty
. : Irwfsi .layers
"Lund showed at tne rar ran 01 tne
schooner with bis bar. He glanced to toward
ward toward the men going to work, went be below,
low, below, and came-up with a sweater. He
had left the bar behind him In the
cabin, where It was used for a stove
The men filed by Ralney, their faces
flushed and their eyes unusually bright
They seemed to share a, prime Jeke
that wanted to bubble up and over, yet
held a restraint upon themselves that
was eased by digs in one another's
ribs, In laughs when one stumbled or
But Hansen was stolid as ever, and
the hunters had evidently not shared
the stolen liquor.' Only.Demlng's eyes
roved over '.the group of men as they
gathered round for their cups and
pannikins of food. He seemed to be
calculating wbat advantage he could
gain at of this unexpected happening.
Peggy SImms, under coyer of pour pouring
ing pouring the coffee, sweetened heavily with
condensed milk, found time to speak
to Rainev.
"They're all drunk," she said..
"Not all of them.1 Here comes Lund.
Hell handle it."
Lund seemed -' still pondering the
problem of the floe. At first he did
not notice the condition of the sailors.
Then he apparently-Ignored it. But.
after they had eaten, he talked to all
the men. '
"Two mere days of It, lads, and
we're 'through. The beach is nlgfa
cleared. We can git out of the floe
to blue water- easy enough, an we'll
git a good start on the patrol-ship.
irru fo back with fun pockets an
heavy ones. The aharesll be half as
large r again as we've flggered. I
wouldn't wonder if they averaged six sixteen
teen sixteen or seventeen thousand dollars
apiece." :
Ralney had picked out a black-bearded
Finn as the leader of the sailors in
their debauch. The liquor seemed to
have unchained in him a spirit of re revolt
volt revolt that bordered on insolence. He
stood with his bowed legs apart, mlt mlt-tened
tened mlt-tened hands on hips, staring at Lund
with a covert grin.
Next to Lund he was the biggest
man aboard. With the rum giving an
unusual co-ordination to his usually
sluggish nervous system, he promised
to be a source of trouble.
. Ralney was surprised to see him
shrug his shoulders and lead the way
to the beach. Perhaps breakfast had
sobered them, though the fumes of
liquor still clung cloudily on the air.
Lund went down, with Ralney be beside
side beside him, reporting Sandy.
"Ill work, it out of "em," said Lund.
That boozell be an expensive luxury
to 'em, paid for In hard labor."
They found the men ranged up in
three groups. Deming and Beale,
against custom, had gone down to the
beach. They were supposed to help
clean the food utensils, and aid Tama
da after a meal, besides replenishing
the fires.
They stood 4 little away from the
hunters and Hansen and the sailors.
The Finn, talking to his comrades In
a low growl, was with a separate
There nvas an air of defiance mani manifest,
fest, manifest, a feeling of suspense in the tiny
valley, backed by the frowning cone,
ribbed by the two Icy promontories.
Lund surveyed .them sharply.
"What in h's the matter with
you?" he barked. "Hansen, send up
a man for the drills an shovels. Tore
work's laid out; hop to it!"
f "We ain't goln? to work no more,"
said the Finn aggressively. "Not fo
no sich,wage. like you. give.
"Oh, you ain't, ain't you?" mocked
Lund. He was standing with Ralney
In the middle of the space they cleared
of gravel, the seamen lower down the
beach, nearer the sea, their ranks
compacted.-'- "Why, you booxe-bitten,
lousy hunky, what in h 1 do you want?
Ton never saw twenty dollars In a
lamp & yon eu'd call yore own for
more'n ten minnlta. You boardln' boardln'-house
house boardln'-house loafer an the rest of you scum
the seven seas, git yore shovels an
git to dlggin, or m put- you ashore
m San Francisco flat broke, an' glad
to leave the ship, at that. Jump J
The Finn snarled, and the rest stood
firm. Not one of them knew the real
value of their, promised share, Money
represented only counters exchanged
for lodging, food and drink enough
to make them sodden before they had
spent even their usual wages. Then
they would wake to And the rest gone,
and throw themselves upon the selfish
bounty of a boarding-house keeper.
But they had seen the gold, they
had handled it, and they were Inflamed
by a sense of what it ought to do for
them. Perhaps half of them could
not add a simple sum, could not grasp
figures beyond a thousand at most.
And the sight of so much gold had
made It, In a manner, cheap.- It was
there, a heap of it. and they wanted
more of that shining heap than had
been promised them.
"You talk big," said the Finn. "Look
my hands." He showed palms cal calloused,
loused, calloused, spilt, swollen lumps of chll chll-blained
blained chll-blained flesh-worn dawn and stiffened
"I bin seaman; not aawy." v
LntuJ turned ta tha huatgn

"You "in on this?" he asXed. Dem Deming
ing Deming and Beale moved off. Two of the
ethers Joined them. "Neutral?"
sneered Lund Til remember that."
Hansen and the two remaining came
over beside Lund and Ralney.
"Five of us." said Lund "Five

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Lund's Face Turned Dark With a
Burst of Rage That Exploded In
Voice and Action.
men against twelve fo'c'sle rats. 171
give you two minnlts to start work."
"You talk big with yore gun in
pocket," said the Finn. "Me good
saan as you enny day."
Lund's face turned dark with a
burst of rage that exploded In voice
and action.
"You think I need my gun, do ye,
you pack of rats? Then try it on
without it."
His hand slid to -his holster inside
bis heavy coat. His arm swung, there
was a streak of gleaming metal in the
lifting sun-rays, flying over the heads
of the seamen. It plunked in the free
water beyond the ice.
"Come on," roared Lund, "or TU rush
you to the first bath you've had in
five years." The Finn lowered his
head, and charged ; the rest followed
their leader. The hot food had stead steadied
ied steadied their motive control to a certain
extent, they were firmer on their feet,
leas vague of eye, but the crude alco alcohol
hol alcohol still fumed in their brains. With Without
out Without it they would never have answered
the Finn's call to rebellion.
He had promised, and their drunken
minds believed, that refusing in a mass
to work would automatically halt
things until they got, their "rights.
They had not expected an open fight.
The spur of alcohol had thrust them
ever the edge, given them a swifter
flew of their impoverished blood a tem temporary
porary temporary confidence in their own prow prowess,
ess, prowess, a mock valor that answered
Lund's contemptuous challenge.
, Lund, thought Ralney, had done a
fool-hardy thing In tossing away his
gun. It was magnificent, but it was
net war. Pure bravado! But he had
cant time for thinking. Lung tossed
him a scrap of advice, "Keep movln I
Don't let 'em crowd your Then the
fight was Joined
The girl leaned out from the prom promontory
ontory promontory to watch the tourney.. Tama Tama-da.
da. Tama-da. Impassive as ever, tended his fires.
Bandy ,-crept down to the beach, drawn
despite his will, and shuffled in and
out, Irresolute, too weak to attempt
to mix in, but excited,, eager to help.
Deming, Beale and the two neutral
hunters, stood to one aide, waiting,
perhaps, to see which way the fight
went, reserves for the apparent vic victor.
tor. victor. The Finn, best and biggest of the
sailors, rushed for Lund, his litfle
eyes red with rage, crazy with desire
tc make good his boast that he was as
good as Lund In his barbaric way
ho was somewhat of a dancer, and his
legs were as lissome as his arms. He
leaped striking with fists and feet.
Lund met him with a fierce upper upper-eat,
eat, upper-eat, short-traveled sent from the hip.
His enormous hand bunched to a
knuckly lussp of stone, knocked the
Finn over, lifting him, before he fell
with his nose driven la, its bone shat shattered,
tered, shattered, his lips broken like overripe
trait, and his discolored teeth knocked
He landed en his back, rolling over
and over, to lie still, half stunned,
while two mere sprang for Lund
Lund roared with surprise and pain
as one caught his red beard and swung
te it, smiting and kicking. He
wrapped his left arm about the man,
crushing him close up to him, and
as the other came, diving low, butting
at his solar plexus, the giant gripped
him by the collar, using his own Im Impetus,
petus, Impetus, and brought the two skulls to together
gether together with a thud that left them
The two dropped from Lund's re relaxed
laxed relaxed arms like sacks, and he stepped
over them, alert, poised on the balls
of his feet, letting out a shout-of
triumph, while he looked about him
for. his pexl adversaris.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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
Ask for the new "sweet" Honeyboy
at the Federal Bakery. 15-6t

f a 11


Belleview, Nov. 16. A large crowd
was present from neighboring towas
to attend the Marion Baptist Asso Association
ciation Association which was held here last
Wedneesday and Thursday. Dinner
and supper were served on the church
grounds both days by the ladies of
the town.
We were sorry to hear of the death
recently of Mr. John H. Ashworth, at
the home of his niece.
Rev. Searles conducted services at
the Methodist church at the noon hour
Armistice Day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hames and Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Hames were among the
out of town people who attended the
services in Ocala Armistice Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell and Miss
Irma returned to their pleasant win winter
ter winter home here Friday.
Mr. Nott had the misfortune to lose
one of his horses Saturday. The ac accident
cident accident happened at Lake Lillian,
where the animal drowned.
Mr. W. B. Hames left for Savannah
Sunday, for the purpose of driving
Mr. Vernie Abshier's car through for
Rev. Anderson and Rev. Hawkins
closed their revival meetings Sunday
night. Dinner was served on the
grounds near their tent on the banks
of Lake Lillian Sunday.
Miss Eunice Whisenant is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Mary Cauthen at Cand Candler
ler Candler this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt return returned
ed returned to their winter home here Tuesday.
The Cox family, who held meetings
in different parts of the state last
year, are holding very interesting
meetings in the Methodist church
this week. Everyone should come and
hear them.
The Marion County Fish and Game
Protective Association offers a re reward
ward reward not to exceed one hundred dol dollars
lars dollars for the arrest and conviction of
any person violating the fish and
game laws that apply to Marion
county, the reward to be graduated in
proportion to the offense and verdict
of the court and for the first convic conviction
tion conviction only. The law provides the game
season to open Nov. 20th and close
Feb. 15th, on such game as designated
by law, except wild deer and turkeys
on the east side of Marion county,
which is closed to April 1st, 1923. Any
person hunting and killing game out outside
side outside of their voting precinct must pay
a license fee of $1.25. To hunt and
kill game anywhere in thu county a
license of $3.50. The law requires a
license of $25 shall be paid by any
person hunting game in this county
who is a citizen of some other state,
and not a citizen of the state of
Florida. To hunt game without pay paying
ing paying a license is a violation of law.
The reward herein offered shall be
paid to the person or persons making
the arrest and securing ths conviction
of the person violating the game laws
in Marion county.
R. F. Rogers, President.
J. A. Talton, Secretary.
ll-17-4t-thurs-dly ll-l&-2t-wky
Flaconettes perfumery put up is
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-6t
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tlctses BccSsrccd Cars Msshtd zzi Polished
Repair WorZf, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
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Telephone 584 Ocala. Florida

Exceptional Values

n Ladies' Shoes

We have placed on our bargain counter in the
Ladies' Shoe Department, first floor dozens of the
best values you have seen in many a day. Among
them are high .and low shoes in. black and brown
leathers; all sizes. Many of these sold as high as
$12 a pair. They are now only

and will not be here long
and look them over.

Everything Good To Eat
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that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield sre cf finer quality (and
hence cf better teste) than in any
ether cigarette at the price.
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at that price. Come in



Fairfield, Nov. 17. The weather
has been very fine for several days

and enjoyed by all.
Mr. E. L. Linker of Williston was a
caller in our midst last Saturday.
Mr. H. J. Crider and family of St.
Matthew, S. C, has moved into our
midst. We are glad to welcome them
and wish them much success.
Mr. W. P. Brown has his cane mill
up and will begin grinding at once.
Mr. Colly Guynn of Fort White,
warn the guest of W. P. Brown last
wek. ',. -:::S. ,. i
Mr. Welsh Barker of Georgia was
the week-end guest-of Mr. D. M. Kin Kin-nard.
nard. Kin-nard.
James Brown of Gainesville spent
Saturday night and Sunday with his
family. He is attending the U. of F.
tbiii winter.
The fourteenth annual Marion
County Fair opens next Tuesday.
Have your exhibits on .hand Monday
and let's make this the best fair in
the state.

Mr. Wall of Mcintosh was in our
burg Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Miller of Burbank was the
week-end guest of his daughter, Mrs.

Reichelderfer. Mr. Miller is teaching

school at Fort McCoy.
The rain of Monday night was a

grii&t Diessmg to tne iarmers.
. Mr. R. C. Yongue is setting out
quite an acreage in cabbage this fall.
Mr. D. B. Mathews and son were
callers in Reddick Saturday.
Mr. M. L. Humphries and wife of
Ocala were dinner .guests of Mr. E.
T. Austelle and wife Sunday.
Miss Leila Hatchell of Ocala, was
in our community Sunday, the guest
of her sister, Mrs. McNealy
Mr. H. J. Jernigan was a business,
caller in Irvine Saturday.
In selecting your exhibits for the
fair be sure to select the best you
have," thereby having a better chance
for the first premium. Come along,
you school girls, with some of your
best domestic science work and some
cf your school work and let the other
folks know what you can do.

ocm nnffi

If you have any society items for

the Star, please call five-one."

MrLawton Sims of Anthony, has

returned, home after several days
spent in town.

Salt n lilot, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

Mr. Lonnie Hastings is spending a
week at Lake Kerr, the guest of his
uncle, Mr Ned Williamson.

The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church will hold a sale of candy, cakes,
brown bread, nut bread and mayon mayonnaise
naise mayonnaise dressing on the Ocala House
porch Friday morning, beginning at
10 o'clock. - 17-lt

Little Miss Miriam Thomas, the
daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. S. C. M.
Thomas, has-been very, sick for sev several
eral several days, but is slightly improved today.

This new yeast-eating fad saves a
f fellow., a lot of embarrassment and
aelf -consciousness when he buys a
cake from the grocer. Columbia Record.

The trouble about defeating prohi prohibition
bition prohibition now is that we would have to
beat the combined vote, of the prohibi prohibitionists
tionists prohibitionists and bootleggers. Columbia
Record. -,.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.


. Leon County Fair, TaHahas-
see, November 22 to 26.
Orange County Fair, Orlan-
do, February 14 to 19.
St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,

January 24 to 27. ; ;
Marion County Fair, Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
" South Florida Fair, Tampa,
February 9 to 11.
Careful estimates made on all con-la-act
work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.
. There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

negro who was with him drive the
car, and when near Belleview, the
negro, also, feeling rather sleepy, ran
into a tree, turning the car over and
throwing Mr. Bomolini out, badly
cutting his hand and injuring his
neck. The negro escaped unhurt.
Mr. Bomolini is getting along nicely
and able to walk around today.

Rt. Rev, M. J. Curley, archbishop archbishop-elect
elect archbishop-elect of Baltimore, will visit Ocala
tomorrow, stopping here between
trains. He will view the new Cath Catholic
olic Catholic church here on Oklawaha avenue
and at 3 o'clock will meet the mem members
bers members of the congregation and make a
brief address at St. Philips church on
North Magnolia street. The archbishop-elect
is bidding good-bye to

the people of the diocese preparatory

to leaving for Baltimore on Nov. 30

to become the successor of the late
Cardinal Gibbons. He will arrive here

at 1:30 and leave at 3:50.




FOR SALE Horse and wagon at a
bargain. No. 313 N. Orange St. 3t

WANTED Salesman with car to call
on dealers with low priced 6000 6000-mile
mile 6000-mile fabric and 10,000-mile cord
tire; $100 a week with extra com-
. missions. Universal Tire & Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Co., Michigan City, Ind. 17-lt

FOR SALE Oak finish library table,
cost $45; will sell for $22.50 for
cash if sold at once. Call at 120
N. Sanchez St. 17-3t

FOR SALE Part of my household

goods. 410 Alvarez street, west side

primary school. 16-3t

Japanese Gift Shop open Dec. 6th,
will be located in the Ocala House
store room, between the A-R. Grocery
and the old A. C. L. depot. 17-lt

WANTED To buy at once from
owner, a farm. Must be a bargain

for cash. G. W. McGowan, Raskin,

Fla. 16-6t

Mrs. Arthur F. Gould of Lincoln,
Neb., who has been spending the past
ten days in Ocala, with Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Cook, and family, expects to
leave tomorrow for her home.

Mrs. S. J. Crosby, who for the past
six months has been living in Ocala
at, the home of Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas,
has returned to Baxley, Ga., her for former
mer former home.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Your favorite odor of perfumery
cs.71 be had in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes -at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

Mr., and Mrs. G. C. McMullen, who
have been living in Jacksonville for
several months, have returned to
Ocala and in 'the future expect to
make their home here. They have
rented the new cdttage on Alvarez

street near, the high school.

If you've ever eaten-better bread
and rolls than we serve you,' tell us
about it. Federal Bakery. 15-6t

This is a Studebaker year. tf
iii i i it i r
The following ladies left this morn morning
ing morning for Gainesville in Mrs. Walter
Preer's car to attend the state federa federation:
tion: federation: Mrs. W, R. Preer
tion: MrsI N. R. Dehon, Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. L. J. Knight and Mrs. J.
K. Dickson. They expect to return
home tonight.

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

Elsewhere in today's paper appear
the correct notices for the cake and
candy sales of the Episcopal church
and Christian church. Unfortunately

the notices in yesterday's issue were

slightly mixed, but they have been
corrected.': The Ladies' Aid of the
Christian church will hold their sale
Friday, and the Altar Guild will hold
its sale Saturday morning. .'

While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.
Phone 443. 18-tf

Mr. H. L. Bliss and son, of Detroit,
Mich., arrived in the city last week
and have taken an apartment at the
home of Mrs. C N. Schlemmer on
Adams street. They made the trip
from Detroit by auto, arriving in eight
days, which is excellent time, the
roads for the most part being in good
condition. Mrs. Bliss is expected in
a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss

are not strangers in Ocala, as they
spent last winter here and liked it so
well they decided to return, and Ocala

is glad to welcome them back.

Mrs. W. A. Goin, after a visit of

several weeks in the city, has return

ed to her home in Eustis, accompanied

by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

W. C. Jeffords.

Te3t our delivery service when you

want FRESH meat. Just call phone

108. Main Street Market. tf

Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. Emily
Green and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson spent
today in Gainesville, attending the

State Federation of Woman's Clubs.

Japanese Gift Shop open Dec. 6th,
will be located in the Ocala House
store room, between the A-R. Grocery

and the old A. C. L. depot. 17-lt

Mr. D. E. Mclver went to Jackson

ville yesterday to spend several days
at the fair. He made the trip in his
car and was accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Carroll. While in Jack

sonville Mr. and Mrs. Carroll will be
guests of Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs.

CORDREY'S Transfer is on the job
day and night. Moving household

furniture and baggage our special

ties. Once tried, always used. Phone

424. L. E. Cordrey, Prop. 16-lm

FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab

bage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,

746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,

Ocala, Fla. 16-tf

FOR SALE One and a half ton

Maxwel ltruck, good running condi condition,
tion, condition, cheap for cash if taken quick.
Party leaving town. Apply Will

iams' garage. 16-6t

LOST Sunday on Leesburg-Ocala

road south of Lake Weir, black
v leather suitcase. Contents of value

to owner only. Liberal reward for

return to Ocala Star office. 15-6t

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 H. S. Camp at U-Serve Store

No. 2. 15-12t

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. L. 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

earaee. 14-2t

This is a Studebaker year. tf

: Joe Bomolini, while returning
Tuesday evening from Leesburg, met
with what might have been a serious
accident. On the return trip, feeling
rather tired of driving he let the

' II
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

movs, pack, ship long Distance uuviNb
sGAGK Phone 296




DintDg room service U

n the heart of the ;ity with Hemming Park for a front

Every modern convenience ia each mom.

second to uone



Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market. tf

Dr. F. C. Zoll of Mcintosh was in

town yesterday.

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.

Mrs. Charles Eastman, Misses Dora

and Florence Eastman, of Northamp

ton, Mass., are in the city. Miss Dora

Eastman is a trained physical in

structor and hopes to make an en engagement
gagement engagement in Ocala for her services.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.


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

tice. Only best material used. A

B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave

nue. 11-8-lm

MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100

tHt I can now give yoa'tl

very latest, cp-to-c&ta



'methods, assuring

the most careful
,w thoro service.
Optometrist and Optician
Ev4rht iwcili:

i "Sure Thinfl"


Wednesday evening being the date

for the K. of P. district meeting at

Fort McCoy, a number of the mem

bers of Ocala Lodge No. 19, headed by
C C. Rilea and D. D. C Stripling
gathered at their castle hall for the
journey. Thirty promised to go and

seventeen showed up, which was a w ri
pretty fair average of keeping prom- Yi$ 11

ises. -

The party voyaged in George Mc Mc-inney's
inney's Mc-inney's school auto-truck, except

some out of town knights, who used
their own cars. George guided his

boat down Magnolia street and took
a short cut thru the woods to the An Anthony
thony Anthony road. This route was followed

to Sparr, where Knight Turner joined

the party, and then across country to

the Citra-Fort McCoy road, 'which
soon took the party to its destination.

Arriving at the fort, the visiting

knights found the local lodge in ses

sion and working their way in joined
ia the meeting. Immediately after
the visitors were' seated, Mr. Lloyd
Grantham, who was in the chair, an announced
nounced announced that the lodge would be at

ease, and the Fort McCoy knights ex extended
tended extended fraternal greetings to their

guests. After this, the lodge resumed

the regular order of business, which

was devoted to talks for the good of
the order, by both the local and visit

ing knights. The Fort McCoy lodge

has a large and active membership, a

spacious and conveniently arranged
castle hall, and holds a high place
among the K. of P. strongholds of the


Meantime extensive culinary opera

tions were going on in the open lot
back of the hall, and about ten o'clock

the knights were called from labor to

refreshment. They found a big pot-

full of chicken bogged down in rice,

mostly known as purlo, with a full

supply of coffee, bread and pickles.

Each knight was given a heaping ra

tion and told to come back for more,

which many of them did. The purlo
was certainly delicious, and any man
of good judgment would leave a
Hotel Ponce de Leon menu for it.
Cigars followed the feast, and with
chaff and comment another half an
hour was pleasantly spent.
It was 11 o'clock when, after mu mutual
tual mutual good wishes with their Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy brethren, the Ocala contingent
boarded their truck, and after a
smooth and uneventful run reached
home shortly after midnight. Those
who accompanied Chancellor .Com .Commander
mander .Commander Rilea and District Deputy
Grand Chancellor Stripling on the
trip were Knights Darden, W. E.
Smith, Turner, Mixson, Gilmore, Ben Benjamin,
jamin, Benjamin, Howell, Newman, Priest, Mc Mc-Kinney,
Kinney, Mc-Kinney, Hendrix, the two Forbes,
Sims and Milligan.


Colder, weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
coming, and you wiJl
need that New Suit,
Overcoat, and extra
Pair Trousers.
We tailor them to fit
and fit to wear.

A. Chandler

120 Stflcin Street
Thompson Balding Up Stars


Fitzhugh 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.VA. Knight, Adjutant.

Marion Canities
Made in Ocala
On sale all week at the Jack
King Comedy Shows
All kinds of Mints made
to order. Ask Bitting &
Phillips and Anti-Monopoly.
tlarloa Prize Candies l
llarioa Ccscty Fair

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located

pounds when grown; sound; price J m Commercial Bank building. OSje

three hundred and fifty to four hun

dred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla.. 28-tf
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf

$100 REWARD WiU pay $100 re reward
ward reward for the arrest of party and
return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night.
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.
King and S. Magnolia St. 4-tf

Call phone 108 when you want Rroe-

eriea in a hurry. Main Street Marl:ec

In the county judge's office Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Judge Futch officiating, !Miss

Margaret Irene "Dempsey was mar

ried to Mr. Llewelyn Ferry, lne
young people live at Belleview.
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-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

TVells, 24 Henry St., Ocala. 10-6t

The trial of R- C. Manning, in the
county judge's court Tuesday, result resulted
ed resulted in a disagreement of the jury.
The Altar Guild of Grace Episropal
church wiU hold a cake and candy

sale at the Ocala House on Saturday

at 11, o'clock. 17-2tJ

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. f 10-6t

FOR SALE Two good pianos, one

nearly nevr incubator, one Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte cockerel. Come and see them.

J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St,

i cm r in 1 9fif

It 5s estimated that there ia enoueh

coal ia discovered fields to keep rmin-!

ers striking for 3270 years. Fresno

This ia a Studebaker year.


K. Lane, M- D., physiciaa and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose' and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 ceat store.

1 Ocala, Fla. Advtf

START 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-t

FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,

gantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.

;V re 211 two

phone 151





Best meals In the city for B0 cents.

Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone

260, 310 N. Main street. tf

An elephant Uvea four hundred

years, but then baggage men dont

handle his trunk. Jefferson City

Capital News.

The kind of elastic currency most

people want is the kind that will
stretch from one payday to the
next. New York American.

We shall probably understand the

Irish question better when our own

Filipinos organize their Sinn Fern.

Columbia Record.

An optimist ia a man who thinks

the grocers are going to reduce prices

because of their sympathy for the J

public. New York American.

Fifteen Years Experience
at t&
Up-to-Date Lcsch Ccun!J
and Dinlna Rcca
Sea Foods, Western
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.

American, French, Spanish and j




108 South Magnolia St,



Day Phone 47. Night Phone SIS
Funeral Directors, Embalm ers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.

Ocala, Fla.

Raymond Palmer
: & I

81 Breed Street
New York Cty

Our government seems to have fi finally
nally finally decided that our foreign policy
is not an endowment policy. Colum Columbian
bian Columbian Missouri n.

Bring os your job work.

For further information call at

rington Hall hoteL 30-tf


FOR RENT One bed room furnish

ed. One block off Fort King, four
blocks from Harrington Hall, Phone

543X or call at 215 Tuscawilla StV

south. 1 H-Ct

Members American Cotton ft
Grain Exchange. Members cf
Clearing House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains, one thousand bushels
and upward. Stocks ten share
and upward. Cotton margin 5
per bale; grain margin 6c per
Baltic & Cow, Ocala
Office Herckszts tlztk
Room 2
We promise quick serrka,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extend to Ocala asd
surrounding territory the facil facilities
ities facilities of our office.
Phone No. 441. Private YTlre.

Overland 83, five passenger; good

WANTED A good, reliable woman tires, top and upholstering, f2SQ.
for general housework. Apply at Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co,
209 Orange avenue. 17-St phone 8, city. 15-tf


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