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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Saturday, except showers in extreme north portion. TEMPERATURES-This morning 63; this afternoon, 7al
VOL.27 ; OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IS, 1921 no. 271
i i i

PEflPETUATIOH OF
OPEII DOOR POLICY
CEASED Ml Oil
FOUR BIG SHIPS
BE
BETTER PEACE THAU
DEFMEIIT
CAME Tfl TAD.
SID III HIPPO!!
I'AR EOR DUSIIIESS

STREAK

ATIII

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FOR A FAIR GHAI1CE

And Abandonment of Extra-Terri-torial
Rights Suite French, Brit

ish and Probably Italians
t
(Associated Press
.... Washington, Nov. 18 With the
arms conference in adjournment, the
various national groups further de developed
veloped developed in consultations among them themselves
selves themselves today the policies they would
follow regarding far eastern ques questions
tions questions and limitation of armaments.
The British, following the leaV of the
French, let it be known that as the
cardinal principle of their attitude to toward
ward toward the far eastern situation, they
are ready to perpetuate the open door
in China, give up extra V territorial
rights as soon as China's development
should warrant and in general aid the
Chinese people to assume a place of
economic influence in the world. It's
fully expected Italy will take the
same position.
MEET AGAIN MONDAY
Washington, Nov. X8. (Associated
Press). Chairman Hughes today
called the third plenary session of the
armament conference for next Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
E. C. JORDAN ENTERS
HABERDASHERY BUSINESS
A deal was consummated yester yesterday
day yesterday whereby Mr. E. C. Jordan pur purchased
chased purchased the haberdashery business of
the J, L. Smith Company in the Ocala
House block.
Mr. J. R. Jordan, an experienced
clothing man, is in charge of the
- store.
The stock will immediately be en enlarged
larged enlarged and changes made in the in interior
terior interior of the store.
While this is Mr. Jordan's first ven ven-j
j ven-j ture in the gents' furnishing line, it
r is safe to say that he will prove a
real live wire, as he has for many
- years in other line sof industry, and
we predict' for him the success' that
. usually attends his enterprises.
FOUR FULL SQUADS
AT THURSDAY'S SHOQT

Four full squads faced the trap at
the regular shoot of the Ocala Gun
Club Thursday afternoon. A good
. crowd of visitors was present and
seemed to enjoy the performance. Dr.
E. B. Lytle and W. P. Preer chose
sides for a match shoot, the Lytle
team getting the best of the argu argument
ment argument by a margin of twenty-five
targets. ; -'
The scores follow: f
. ... Winning Team
Bruce Meffert 48 x 50
E. B. Lytle ............... .44 x 50
E. G. Peek ...........41 x 50
II. W. Tucker . .40 x 50
E. B Walling ....36 x 50
S.! C. M. Thomas . . ... .... .35 x 50
C..C Bennett 32 x 5
J. M. Thomas ............. .31 x 50
Howard Walters .25 x 50
' Total 363
Losing Team
: W. P. Preer ...46 x 50
J. A. Perkins . ... .. .... ... 46 x 50
Edward Tucker 46 x 50
C. A. Fort ..37 x 50
Jack Camp ............... .36 x 50
J. L. Smith ... 30 x 50
W. B. Gallagher .'...29 x 50
J. L. Christie ..28 x 50
DeWitt Griffin, .23 x 50
Clarence Camp ........... .17 x 50
Total ,.r.........W
Special Twilight Shoot
Ed Tucker ...........23 x 25
W. P. Preer ...22 x 25
E. B. Lytle ... 18x25
H. W. Tucker .............18 x 25
J. M. Thomas .............10x25

O. H. S. VS. LAKE CITY HIGH
.Tomorrow -afternoon the football
teams of the Ocala and Lake City
high schools will oppose each other on
the Ocala gridiron. The game starts
at 3:30 and costs 50c. Ocala gives
out the advance dope that she will
win.. All the fans and loyal support supporters
ers supporters will be on hand to see the job well
donni. Come early and get a good
ground space.

Apparently Japan's chief grievance
,fC'is. that, western nations will not let it
wreist peacefully Norfolk Virginian Virginian-:
: Virginian-: Pilot.

Great Britain Has Given Strong
Proof that It is Ready to Meet

American Proposition
V
London, Nov. 18. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) The admiralty an announced
nounced announced today it has ordered cessa cessation
tion cessation of all work on four warships of
the super-Hood type, contracts for
which were awarded a fornight ago.
Officials explained the practical effect
would be absolute cessation of all
warship work pending the outcome of
the Washington conference.
CONTRACTS HELD UP
Glasgow, Nov. 18. It is officially
stated that contracts awarded to the
Clyde ship yards for construction of
three warships of the super-Hood
type have been suspended. The steel
works are affected by the suspension.
ARBUCKLE JURY MADE
UP AND SWORN IN
i Associated Press)
San Francisco, Nov.18. The jury
for the trial of Roscoe Arbuckle was
completed and sworn in today.
INCLINED TO ACCEPT
HENRY FORD'S OFFER
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 18 Henry Ford's
offer for private operation of the
Muscle Shoals nitrate and water pow
er plant was carefully reviewed today
by Secretary Weeks and army engi
neers, preliminary to a conference
with Mr. Ford late this afternoon.
Secretary Weeks said he believed an
agreement would be quickly reached,
if Ford would make certain modifies
tions in the offer, which is understood
to include Ford allotting more money
for, completion of the dams.
SIX KILLED WHEN
THE AUTO SKIDDED
(Associated Press
Johnston, Penn., Nov. 18. Six per persons
sons persons were killed here yesterday when
the automobile they were riding in
crashed through the guard rails of
the Woodvale bridge spanning the
Pennsylvania railroad cut, and fell
thirty feet, according to reports to
Deputy Coroner R. R. Yost.
CROP CONDITIONS
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, Nov. 18. Crop condi conditions
tions conditions in this state are generally fa favorable,
vorable, favorable, according to the weekly re review
view review of the federal bureau of crop
estimates issued for the week ended
Saturday. Clear weather following
the recent rains has greatly benefited
the crops.
Preparations of the ground for
vested. Planting of oats continues
with soil conditions excellent. Har Harvesting
vesting Harvesting of cotton is over and the bulk
of the crop has been ginned.
Prepaartions "of the ground for
Irish potatoes continues. Sweet po potato
tato potato harvesting is going forward.
Harvesting of hay is practically over.
Citrus fruits are developing nicely
with good rains. The drop is report reported
ed reported as moving freely.
Condition of all live stock is de described
scribed described as good and much of the
fancy-stock is being shown at county
and state fairs.
The bureau reports that truckers
have replanted largely where crops
were damaged by the recent storm.
Sugarcane is showing light yields of
syrup, according to the review.
CONGRESS OPPOSED TO THE
MEDICAL BEER FRAUD
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 18. By a vote of
56 to 22, the Senate today adopted the
conference report on the bill outlaw outlawing
ing outlawing beer and other malt liquors for
medical purposes. The House had al already
ready already adopted the measure and it now
goes to the president.
WILL NOT MAKE
THE SITUATION WORSE
London, Nov. 18. (By Associated
Press). The Irish peace situation is
deemed in authoritative circles not to
be made actually worse by the Ulster
cabinet's determination to adhere to
its previously declared position.

Wants to Manage All Its Own Affairs

And Obtain Foreign Capital
or Development
' (Associated Press J
Peking, Thursday, Nov. 17 China's
desire to manage its own affairs
without interference from other
countries was voiced in interviews
granted today to Lord Northcliffe, the
noted British published, by President
Ssu Shin-Chang and Premier Chin
Yun-Peng. Both emphasized China's
need of money, both asserted China
was solvent and able to win her way
through if given the opportunity. The
premier asserted that China is look
iug to the Washington conference to
give her tariff autonomy.
MARBLE HEARTS MELTED
I Consciousness of Guilt Convicts Alike
i
Individuals and Corporations
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 18. Thirty-three
individuals and twenty-five corpora
tibns, members of the Manible Indus
try Employers Association, pleaded
guilty today to violation of the Don
nelly anti-trust law. They will be sen
tenced Nov. 28th.
WESLEY'S POLITENESS
WAS WELL REWARDED
. (Associated Press)
Palatka, Nov. 17. Wesley Cass,
whose parents reside here and who
missed almost certain death in the
dirigible ZR-2 disaster because he had
to give his place to an English officer
who decided to make the trip, is visit visiting
ing visiting his parents. He is a naval me
chanic.
SPY PROVED ONLY
A COMMON SWINDLER
(Associated Press)
Miami, Nov. 18. A man giving the
name of K. Karber, but identified by
Dr. J. Petersen, of Miami, as Arm Arm-gaard
gaard Arm-gaard Karl Graves, who is his writ writings
ings writings called himself an "International
Spy," was arrested today, charged
with obtaining money under false pre
tenses, and held under $1000 bond.
Dr. Petersen charged the man with
obtaining $430 from him, giving him
a ssecurity what purported to be an
assignment of $28,000 worth of prop property
erty property held by the alien property cus custodian.
todian. custodian. Dr. Petersen said he knew
the man when both were interned at
Fort Oglethorpe during the war.
SELECTION OF BOOKS
FOR FLORIDA SCHOOLS
(Associated Press
Tallahassee,. Nov.. 18. Bids will be
opened December 10th by the state
school book commission on proposals
to furnish Florida schools for a pe
riod of ei.ght years from July 1, 1922,
high school text boks and equipment
such as pencil tablets, ink tablets and
miscellaneous items. Each bidder
must file with the commission by Dec.
10 seven sample copies of each book
offered, provided, however, that no de
posit need exceed $2500. The books on
which bills will be received include
those of English rhetoric and litera
ture; Latin, French, German, Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, history, civil government, book
keeping, science, industry, including
agriculture, domestic science and
manual training, philosophy and
music.
LEATHERNECKS GUARDING
THE FLORIDA MAILS
( Associated Kress)
Jacksonville, Nov. 18. Armed ma marines,
rines, marines, acting under instructions to
shoot to kill are guarding the mails
in Jacksonville and are riding in mail
cars in and out of the city.
GIVE THE GAME ONE
MORE DAY'S GRACE
Tallahassee, "Nov. 18. Sunday
hunting has been tabooed by Sheriff
J. L. Jones, of Leon county, who re recently
cently recently announced that when the hunt hunting
ing hunting seasons opens on November 20,
which is Sunday, he will station depu deputies
ties deputies around the county to prevent vio violation
lation violation of the law against killing game
on the Sabbath.

Japanese Ready to Accept the Gift
Horse, After First Looking
In I ta .Mouth
w i
( Associated Pressf
Tokio, Thursday, Nov. 17. With
the fading of the first enthusiasm
over expected relief from armament
burdens, a spirit of caution has de

veloped in Japan, with an inclination
to look for possible advantage to the
United States in its proopsal for a
ten-year naval holiday and limitation
of navies. Expressions favoring a
more equal balance of .power have
become conspicious in public comment
concerning the scheme, with probable
disturbance of labor conditions as a
secondary consideration.
AN ARKANSAS HOME
SWEPT BY THE STORM
(Associated Press)
Mena, Ark, Nov. 18. Eight mem
bers of the family of R. E. .Weems
were killed last night at Wickes,
Ark., when their home collapsed dur
ing a violent storm, it was learned
here today. Few details are obtain obtainable
able obtainable as the wires are down but it is
understood there was little damage
except at the Weems home.
ARTHUR ACKNOWLEDGED
HIS SHARE IN THE HOLD-UP
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Nov. 18 Arthur GilL on
trial with two others, made on the
witness stand today what county of officers
ficers officers -termed a complete confession
of his share in an attempt to hold up
a cigar factory pay car several weks
ago. Objection to testimony by coun
sel for the other defendants was over overruled.
ruled. overruled. HOUSE HAS ACCEPTED
.' THE SENATE MAXIMUM
(Associated Press
Washington, Nov. 18. The House
k-aving settled the big issue in the tax
revision bill by accepting by a vote
of 201 to 173, the Senate 50 per cent
maximum income surtax rate amend amendment,
ment, amendment, the Senate and House conferees
resumed negotiations today with a
view to reaching an agreement on the
bill by tomorrow night.
WILL RIVAL WESTON
(Associated Press)
Orlando, Nov. 18. Daniel Daly, 48,
steel worker, and his wife, who is 42
years old, can make some claims of
their own to long distance walking,
for they recently arrived here and
announced they had trudged all the
way from Cleveland, Ohio, with the
aid of occasional lifts by kind-hearted
motorists. The couple who made
the trip in less than a month said
they intend going on to Tampa.
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
There will be a meeting of the ex
ecutive board of the Woman's Club
at 2:30 Saturday afternoon at the
club house. Minerva M. Murphy,
Recording Secretary.
Market Quotations
(COURTESY BATTLE & JCO. )
NEW YORK COTTON
Spots 17.20. Futures opened steady
and closed steady.
Onpn HiVh Low Close
December 16.80 16.&8 16.46 16.98
January 16.60 16.78 16.44 16.74
March ... 16.62 16.85 16.45 16.74
May 16.53 16.71 16.39 16.56
July 16.15 16.30 16.04 16.28
October . 15.37 15.42 16.25 15.42
LIVERPOOL COTTON
Spots limited demand, fully mid
dling 10.40. Receipts 14,131. Sales
5000, including 3500 American. Fu Futures
tures Futures opened quiet, closed quiet. Jan January
uary January 10.02, March 10.04, May 10.08,
July 10.04, October 9.89.
CHICAGO GRAIN
Wheat Open High Low Close
December 105 108 104 108
May 108 1114 108 111
Corn
December 48 49 47 49
May 53 54 53 54
Oats
December 32 33 32 33
May 37 38 37 38

Elbert Gary of the Steel Corporation
Favors the Reduction of f
Armaments

II
(AsfcoHateo P-es)
New York, Nov. 18. Negotiation
of a treaty which would prevent fu future
ture future wars was urged in conjunction
with the agreement to limit navies by
Elbert H. Gary, chairman of the
board of directors of the United
States Steel Corporation, in an ad address
dress address today before the American Iron
and Steel Institute, of which he is
president. Mr. Gary also belittled
the suggestion that armament limita
tion would reduce the manufacture of
steel and declared business was im improving.
proving. improving. CINDERELLA OF THE STATES
Happy Comparison for Florida Made
by Governor Hardee
In his speech at the state fair in
Jacksonville the other day, Governor
Hardee said:
"The spirit of Florida speaks thru
her institutions, her progress and her
laws. May that spirit commend itself
to all who come in contact with it.
We have evidence right here of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's past progress, her present op opportunities
portunities opportunities and. future possibilities.
Florida is the Cinderella of the repub republic.
lic. republic. While some of her sisters were
flirting with booms ;and frolicking
with suitors, Florida was quietly
keeping house and attending to the
chores. Now that her merits have
been discovered, she is sought as no
other daughter of Uncle Sam. One One-third
third One-third of the building homes for Cin Cin-derellas
derellas Cin-derellas to live in last year in the
entire United States, was in the' state
of Florida."
ARDIS WATERMAN IS
MAKING IMPROVEMENTS
Many of us can remember when
Mr. H. A. Waterman, who was al already
ready already known as one of Ocala's most
clever young salesmen, bought the
stock in the store room in the Merch Merchants'
ants' Merchants' block where he has been in busi business
ness business ever since. Several merchants
had already possessed that room,
none had been hugely prosperous and
there was a feeling that a hoodoo, as
a jinx was called in those days, had a
lease on the stand. The stock was
fair, but it had plenty of room, the
sales force was light and a rush of
customers was unknown.
Ardis has changed this. He has
joined to him an excellent corps of
clerks, attracted an army of custom customers,
ers, customers, who are always pleased, keeps a
stock of up-to-date goods constantly
coming in and going out and put the
rollers under the jinx. Probably no
business in Ocala is more prosperous
for its amount of capital.
For some time Mr. Waterman has
been rather cramped. He has to keep
such a quantity and variety of goods
on hand that his clerks and customer
hardly have room to turn around in.
He will have to extend his quarters
before much more time passes; in the
meantime he will utilize his present
sj ace to the best advantage. He has
had his old shelving torn out and is
replacing it with new cabinets of the
latest construction, specially adapted
for 'neatness and convenience in ar
ranging and displaying goods. These
have come in in the last two days,
and as business in that store knows
few quiet hours, Mr. Waterman and
his assistants are having all their re resources
sources resources taxed to wait on customers
and rearrange stock at the same time.
They are all hustlers, however, and
the outlook now is that everything
will be ready for the big day's busi business
ness business that comes every Saturday.
NOTICE TO PASTORS
OF THE CHURCHES
Please send your church notices in
early tomorrow morning, so that they
can go in their proper place on the
second page. Any notice coming in
late will have to go on another page
by itself.
Messrs. Mack Taylor and Roger

Dodd are visitors to Jacksonville to- towns of interest in the state, return return-day.
day. return-day. ing home by way of the East Coast.

I
Somebody has invented a silencer l
for street cars. Too late. Tbe motor i
m. X T 1 I
DUS IS aoing xne Dusmess aireauy
Wichita Eagle.

Executed the Revised Contract Tfl
Build Road No. 2 Through
Marion County
Tallahassee, Nov. 17. 1921.

To R. B. Meffert,
Chairman Board County Commission
ers, Ocala, Fla.
The State Road Department has ex
ecuted our contract. E. H. Martin.
REGISTERED AT THE
BOARD OF TRADE
Very Important that All Visitors To
The City Leave Their Barnes
With the Secretary
How many visitors and tourists
have you directed to the Board of
Trade to register At the Board of
Trade, visitors and tourists can ob
tain literature of Ocala and Marion
county, road and other information,
and will find on file a list of rooms
and apartments for rent.
Following is a list of recent regis
trations at the,,Board of Trade:
S. J. Fraser, Lakeland; J. W-
Payne, Henry J. Butz, R. C. Reinhard,.
Sublette, 111.; J. R. Brock, Statesbonv
Ga.; E. O. Higgins, Detroit, Mich.;
Mr. -and Mrs. Al Duval, Oakland,
Calif.; Miss Frances Hoynes, Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, O.; Chas. W. Ballard, GirarcV
111.; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hendrick.
Hallstead, Pa.; Rev. R. C. Buck, 615
Grand Ave., Rochester, N. Y.; Rerv
D. W. Gates, 285 Sherwood Ave Ave-Rochester,
Rochester, Ave-Rochester, N. Y.: Grant Coe, Moline,
111.; E. C. Ward, Bay City, Mich; C.
Montgomery, Shelbyville, Ind.; Mzw
and Mrs. Frank Nimsgern, McHenry,
111.; H. M. McCall, Imperial, Calif.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Spahr, Dunkirk,
Ird.j.Miss E. Averbeck, Piermont,
Y.; Mri and Mrs. L. Conelessy, To
ledo, Ohio.
PRAISE FOR THE OCALA
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
(Pensacola News)
Miss Bess Morhous, welfare worker
for the government, who has head headquarters
quarters headquarters in the city, has recently re returned
turned returned from a. visit to the new indus industrial
trial industrial school for girls at Ocala, and
rings back the message to Pensacola
that the entire state of Florida should
be exceedingly proud of its new home
for girls, which was one of the great greatest
est greatest needs of the state.
The girls' industrial school at Ocala
has in the past had accommodations
for only forty girls, and during tha
past few months, the enrollment came
to its limitation. The present build building,
ing, building, which has just been completed,
now has accommodations for forty
more students, making it possible for
80 girls to be taken into the schooL
During the last legislature an ap appropriation
propriation appropriation was made for the pur purchase
chase purchase of an additional 40 acres of
land, costing $20,000; $65,000 was .set
aside for the next two years; while a
sum of $15,000 was appropriated for
a new kitchen, domestic science de department
partment department and dairy room.
The new building has twenty bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, library, large entrance hall,
all modern conveniences, baths, show
ers, in fact, everything which a real ,,
boarding school affords, besides rooms
for the officers of the school.
Miss Sina L. Kite, superintendent
cf the school, at present, has charge
of the entire school and has won th
hearts 'of every girl who is now an
industrial school girl. All girls are
given freedom and taught that trust
and confidence are two of the main
things of life. Every girl is required
to attend school a certain number of
hours each day; also, required to do
her share of the upkeep of the home.
The school is under the administra administration
tion administration of the governor and his cabinet
and girls vary in ages, mostly of the
teen age, from 12 to 18 years.
The juvenile courts throughout the
state are proud of the new school and
feel that it is one of the greatest as assets
sets assets to the state of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. IL II. Perry of
Blakely, Ga, stopped in Ocala, renew renewing
ing renewing old acquaintances. They are trav-
Jelirig through Florida, stopping at.
Overland 83, five passenger; good
tires, top and upholstering, $250.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co,
phone 8, city. 15-tf

Everything yio'rf. y o ar

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Our idea of Tom Watson is, par par-vcm
vcm par-vcm in multo. Tampa Tribune.
Reverse Latin.

"Florida avocadoes are world beat beaters.
ers. beaters. Times-Union.
Jt beatshell how much they cost.

dividually and collectively for those There is a strong belief in the minds
who may be guilty of circulating1 any cf many voters that if Mr. Mclver is
of this "interest controlled" stuff on re-elected the city manager will con-
the eve of the coming city election, tinue to be a dummy.
P. S. If you' don't know what post-
diluvian prevarication is, look in the The suggestion of Mr. A. T. Thom-
dictionary, and if that doesn't sufS- as, in his announcement for the
ciently enlighten you. come to the mayor's office, that the present city
Star office, where we have plans and engineer be disposed of, will probably
specifications that will make our meet with considerable response, but
meaning obvious to the most obtuse. the question arises, why should Mr.

OAK VALE

, There is no reason to doubt Senator
Watson's motives or his honesty.
' Orlando Sentinel.
l" .Evidently you don't know Tom.
'"Florida is shaped like a boot, and
j-new comes Governor Hardee and says

' she .us the Cinderella of the states.

Quite a. pretty compliment, governor.

Throw out the head-line, throw out
; the head-line, Lena Clarke is again
spread over the Orlando papers and
ghat's more she's getting spirit mes messages.
sages. messages. St. Augustine Record.
; The Orlando papers are sure care care-'less
'less care-'less about who 'writes for them.

Rather a sorry state of affairs if,
as says the Ocala Star, "it is the ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional father or mother who can
control his or her children after their
sixteenth birthdays." But why seek
-tc "control" when influence is so much,
Taore effective? Times-Union.
The difference between control and
influence is the same as the difference
between leg and limb.

Tourist in big car drives up in front
of Mason hotel in Jacksonville. "I
want to go to Bimini," says he, "how
do I go to get there from here?"
"Whereupon the obliging clerk re responded
sponded responded "Thirty-seven miles south on
tfce brick road." "Good evening." St.
Augustine Record.
-Now we know why the favorite
a&to route between Ocala and Jack Jack-sotrrille
sotrrille Jack-sotrrille is thru St. Augustine.

Information has reached this office
that some politicians are circulating
reports that the Star is, controlled by
interests." Just what these dis dis-xrruntles
xrruntles dis-xrruntles refer to we do not know.

mcnious. first, Mr. 1 nomas changes ;

his mind about Will Taylor, and now
he seems to have changed it about
Mr. Young and about Mr. Finley
Method. How can we expect con constancy
stancy constancy in his administration as mayor,
if he is elected

Nobody is obliged to vote for W. R.
Pedrick for alderman for the third
ward, but those who oppose his elec election
tion election should find some better argu argument
ment argument than that he, if elected, will try
to turn the city's electric business
over to the Camps. That issue is as
dead as Julius Caesar. The Ocala
city plant, with its turbine engine and
oil for fuel, has passed clear out of
the period where any outside company
could come in and take its work, and
the Camps have all the business they
can attend to. That issue is dead
let not anybody who loves peace try to
rattle its bones.

(Thomas make it? He and Mr.
The editor of the Star had a mighty Young, up to the time that Jimmy!
pleasant trip, with other members of Thoma3 threw a monkey wrench into

Ocala Lodge K. of P to Fort McCoy j the works, seemed to be quite har- j

the other, night. As we greeted a
goodly gathering of Fort McCoy
knights in their castle hall and later
joined them in their feast, we (felt
quite lucky. It was a perfect eve evening,
ning, evening, and standing out in the open,
in the very center of the pretty vil village
lage village of Fort McCoy, flooded with the
light of the great round moon, which
swung high in the heavens like an
immense lamp, congenial company
all around, a huge supply of that
most satisfying of viands, purlo, in
our hands and a mug of steaming cof coffee
fee coffee at our elbow, we fully realized
that it was good to be a Pythian and
good to be among those present. Fort
McCoy has had its ups and downs
it is not the busy, bustling town of
ten years ago, but the froth of an
ephemeral prosperity has blown
away and left solid resource behind.
There is a picturesque and fertile
country around Fort McCoy, and the
population that came and went with
the sawmill will in time be perma permanently
nently permanently replaced with farmers and
stockmen. On "the wav there, the

party we were with journeyed the
last two or three miles on the county
road from Citra. One Pythian brother
said he was. glad we had seen a por portion
tion portion of that road, and was surprised
when we told him it was easier to
ride over than most of Ocala's streets.
Of a truth the entire route from

Sparr to Fort McCoy was over a road
not difficult in dry weather and thru a
country well worth seeing. The road
from Fort McCoy to Anthony, across
several miles of flatwoods and piny
v.oods is also in good order. Any
auto party that wants a pleasant ride
on a clear day can have a fine trip by
going up to Sparr or Citra and strid striding
ing striding across to Fort McCoy, going 2Vom
that place to the river at Eureka, and
then coming back to Ocala by the
shorter cut across the flatwoods.
There are many places well worth
kodaking on the way. People with
autos should fully explore their home
county, getting off the beaten tracks
as often as possible, and the circuit
we have described is one of the
routes they should not miss.

It is touching, it is not, to observe

the solicitude manifested by Mr. A.
T. Thomas for his opponent in the
mayoralty race, Dr. E. G. Peek. Mr.
Thomas desires to spare Dr. Peek the

arduous duty of attending council

meetings. It is much more important

that an alderman than the mayor
should attend council meetings, and
in view of the fact that Mr. Thomas,
during- the- first year of his incum incumbency
bency incumbency was absent twenty-one out of
twenty-nine meetings, seven of
them in succession, we think that he
might allow the mayor to have a
night off occasionally. We are not
sure that it is necessary for the
mayor to be present' at a council
meeting, unless there is some special
reason. A legislative body generally
prefers to be unhampered by the

Our clever young friend, Mr. E. E.
Robinson of Jacksonville, secretary secretary-treasurer
treasurer secretary-treasurer of the William Foor hotels,
sends us a cordial invitation to attend
the opening of the Sheraton Hotel at
High Point, N. C. Judging by the
picture of the hotel that accompanies
the invitation, the Sheraton is quite
a classy boarding house. It is of ten
stories, a cellar and a sky garden. If
Emmett will send us an order on Mr.
Sheraton for supper, breakfast and a
place to stay out of the dew for one
night, maybe we can rustle the rail railroad,
road, railroad, fare.

A Call From Home.
Td like te see Mr. Wadleigh."
"He's listening over the telephone,"
said he discreet secretary.
"L'tening?"
"Draw your own inference, sir. I
won't say In so many words that Mrsl
Wadleigh, who Is at the other end of
the wire, is doing all the talking."

THEY CAN LIVE CHEAP
"George Is a regular cave man!"
"Oh! How lucky! Especially with
rents so high."

Umvr if 4nfprpnr is made that

anything but the public interest, as presence of the eexcutive, especially

"we see it, and the interest of the sev several
eral several stockholders of the Star Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Company, controls "the sentiments
of the Star, such inference is nothing
more nor less than a post-diluvian
prevarication, manufactured by per persons
sons persons who think to profit by it. This
tittle item is intended personally, in-

MICKIE SAYS

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if the said executive insists on joining
the debate. We daresay that Dr. Peek

will be at the council meetings as

often as is necessary.

The Swiss navy is a joke, but the

fact that Switzerland is the oldest

republic in the world and never has

been seriously threatened with out outside
side outside aggression is a serious argument
for reducing armaments. Lakeland
Telegram. -,

Harry Brown should read up on

history. Switzerland has been

threatened often; it only maintained
its independence for centuries by
hard fighting, and at that was entire entirely
ly entirely overrun by the French in 1798.
During Napoleon's reign it was vir virtually
tually virtually a part of his empire, and since
then has lived in a constant state of
preparedness. During the world war,
a large proportion of the men was
kept under arms all the time; only its
mountains and riflemen saving it
from the fate of Belgium.

Hopeless
I don't expect
To live to see
All things the way
They ought to be.

Tactful.
"He's tactful."
Think sor
"When I gave him my excuse for
being late he said It was better than
none."
"Where is the tact?"
"That was his easy way of letting
me know that I had a poor excuse."

Men the Mean Things.
Mrs. Smart My husband has Just
rung up to say he won't be home to
dinner tonight.
Mrs. Knagg Aren't men brutes
Mine has stuck at home every night
for over a week.

Knew the Effect.
Green Don't you ever take your
wife home a bouquet or a box of
candy?
. Gayboy Heavens, no! There's no
sense in voluntarily arousing her suspicions.

Bad Case. 1
"Half a dozen doctors have given
Mabel up!"
-Really! What la the matter with
herT
"She simply wouldn't pay her bills."

What She Felt.
Little Euitiy I'm so terribly Jeal Jealous
ous Jealous of the girl that Jim first loved.
Her Mother It's an experience
we've ail had, my dear. Youll get
over it the first time you meet her.

jm. I a mi

Jteuau that period he has been a dummy, know your needs. Theus Bros. 15-tf

Too Much Knowledge.
"He knows all the best people la
town."
Then why doesn't he associate with
them?"
"They know him."

Oak Vale, Nov. 17. W. H. Ander Anderson
son Anderson tnd. Miss Lou Eva attended the
fair at Gainesville Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Reddick and
children and Mrs. Sallie Reddick
spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. F.
Peterson at Morriston.
Mr. M. D. Clancy and sister, Miss
Lonie, attended oreaehing Sunday at
the Methodist church at Wacahoota.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson spent several
days last week with her "daughter,
Mrs. Charles Phinney of Raleigh, go going
ing going especially to make the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of her little granddaughter.
Messrs. H. P. Mattair, C. W. Boyer,
Arthur Colding and Mims Mattair
spent Friday in Gainesville, taking
in the fair.
Mr. Maurice Anderson, wife and
daughter are guests of Mr. Ander
sen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Anderson.
Mr. M. D. Clancy and sister, Miss
Lonie, Mrs. C. W. Boyer and Mrs. W.
F. Ging took in the fair at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Friday.
Mr. Henry Anderson Jr. was sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing in Gainesville Friday.
Mr. -Charles Curry of Wacahoota,
took Messrs. A. M. Anderson, H. E.
Colding and C S. Mims to Ocala
Monday. They went to consult with
the county superintendent about
school matters.
Mr. Charles Curry of Wacahoota,
was a guest bf the Ms. A. Clancy fam family
ily family Monday night.
One of our items last week was
censored so badly that all the color
was eliminated. If the censor thought
it best it's all right, thanks.
At the Gainesville fair Island
Giove took first premium, $300; Ta Ta-coma
coma Ta-coma second, $200; Archer third, $100.
The exhibits were excellent. Hope
Marion county will put it over them.
No easy job.

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SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT

Loin Steak 25c
Round Steak ...23c
Rump Roast... 20c
Chuck Roast.. 18c
Brisket Stew. ..15c
Rib Stew 12i2c

Mutton Leg 30c
Mutton Chops 35c
Mutton Shoulder i 15c
Pork Chops .20c
Pork Ham 10c
Pork Stew 15c

Sausage Meat, "That Good Kind" 20c

NOTHING DELIVERED, NOTHING CHARGED

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

Frest Meats and Groceries Phone 103

Ask for the new "sweet" Honeyboy
at the Federal Bakery. 15-6t

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Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

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:H 30x3 nonskid ..$ 9.00
$ 30x3 nonskid ....$12.00
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A careful study of Mr. D. E. Mc-

Iver's announcement of his candidacy i

for re-election as alderman, from the
third ward forces the careful reader
to the reluctant conclusion that Mr.

Mac is ambiguous. He says he is in
favor of all the things all the rest of

us1 are, which is doubtless the fact.!
The citizens are more concerned If you've ever eaten better bread
about methods and their results than and rolls than we serve you, tell us
a somewhat hazy declaration of prin- about it. Federal Bakery. 15-6t

ciples. Frinstance, the office of city
manaeer. Now. we have had a city Until January 1st

manager ever smce February. 1918. FURNITURE

we will sell

at greatly reduced

but excepting the first few months of prices for cash. Phone 19 and let us

1 What Henry Ford Says About

Machine Power Farming
ln the tractor the farmer uow has a machinein whichii harnessed
E one of the most adaptable, efficient, economical sources of power in the world
EE the internal combustion engine.
H "The tractor will multiply the productive capacity of each individual
EE arm worker from three to four times over.
EE It will put the farmer on a par with the citv manufacturer. It will put
bis produce-producing factory for that 7 is what a farm is on to an efficient
EE production basis.
EE ..ft will enable each worker to earn so much more that he can be .paid
EE more and still leave a greater profit for the man who hires him. It will enable
EE the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life
"H "I believe the tractor will make farming what it ought to be the most
EE pleasant, the most healthful, the 'most profitable business on earth."
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
MEETING AT BELLEVIEW

What will be known as the biggest, j
best attended, wide-awake conference j

or association ever held in Belle-view,
took place Wednesday and Thursday
of last week, when the Baptists of the
district were royally entertained by
. the Belleview Baptists and their
friends.
Wednesday morning fonnd the
crowds gathering and when the hour
for the opening business meeting ar-
rived, there were delegates from ev every
ery every church in the .district, a notable
fact, as this vrm the first time in the
history of the association that every
church had been fully represented at
a conference. They were here ibis
time, though. One or two delegates
accompanied by from two to a dozen
or more of his: own church members,
. made up this splendid showing from
every church.
At ten o'clock Col. R. F. Rogers as
monitor, offered prayer and called the
meeting to order, and when he looked
at the crowd already arrived and
, heard the cars coming up regularly,
bringing more delegates and friends,
' then remembered that there were only
two days in which to handle the af affairs
fairs affairs of the association, he knew
, there was work ahead.
At 11 o'clock Rev. Boatwright of
Anthony, preached. He held the at attention
tention attention of the audience with ease as
his words were well chosen and deliv deliv-ered.
ered. deliv-ered.
At 12 o'clock word was passed that
dinner would be A served on the

. grounds and it was a spread long to

be remembered. The town people
turned out en masse, most every fam family
ily family bringing or sending something
good to eat. Pies, cakes, hot coffee,
even the Methodist fried chicken was
, there and how those Baptist preach preachers
ers preachers did partake of the special Metho Metho-:'
:' Metho-:' dist dish. But as tho by appointment,
a gentle Baptist rain was falling to
keep them ever reminded of their
faith.
At three o'clock there was another
business meeting and at six supper
on the grounds, and there were eats
in abundance.
At 7:30 there was a sermon by Rev.
Burnett of Williston, that simply took
the house by storm. It was rumored
around that he was the youngest
preacher in the conference. We didn't
hear what age, however, but he car

ries the honor of being among thei
strongest. God has wonderf ally bless blessed
ed blessed thi3 young man and to the whole
conference he is a special joy and
pride.
After church the committee in
charge of delegates who were to re remain
main remain for the night was busy getting
every one comfortably settled. Never
did Belleview hospitality show up so
high. There were more delegates
than had ever been hoped for, but
that was nothing. Belleview was
ready to accommodate twice the num number
ber number that did remain.
The next morning there was the us usual
ual usual business meeting and joy feast,
and at 11 o'clock Rev. Lamar, well
known and highly esteemed minister
of the Baptist church of Inverness,
gave a beautiful sermon which was
well attended and then came another
dinner on the grounds which was just
as enthusiastically commented about
as the preceding feast.
The closing business meeting was
called for 3 o'clock and it was then
that many words of praise were heard
for the monitor. Col. Rogers, who had
so skillfully handled the business
meetings, giving each church a hear hearing,
ing, hearing, encouraging them, helping with
a few difficulties and sending each
one away with that feeling of friend friendship
ship friendship that he so generously conveys.
It was a conference long to be re remembered,
membered, remembered, especially so by all Belle Belle-viewites,
viewites, Belle-viewites, for the guests mingled with
us in such a whole-souled manner and
they had only words of praise for our
church, especially for our music and
singing, for our hospitality, our town
and town people and our B. Y. P. U.
Yes, they had heard of the Belleview
B. Y. P. U., read about us lots of
times; wouldn't we come to their town
and put on a B. Y. P. U. program?
Their union needed encouragement.
Especially, how did we keep so many
young men actively interested and
working for the cause. And to all
these questions and more, the Belle Belleview
view Belleview members answered as best they
could, but to one and all we must say
the efforts of this union have not been
single-handed. These have been the
earnest prayers of our members, our
pastor and our well wishers and with without
out without them we feel certain we could not
have succeeded.
And didn't eevrybody who had
helped support Rev. Martin as local
pastor during the year feel happy
that it had been their privilege to do

so? Yes, indeed, they did. For he
mingled among the crowd as a
preacher among preachers, well liked
and knowing he had been well sup supported,
ported, supported, which gave him encourage encouragement
ment encouragement and confidence to push forward
with the good work he had under undertaken.
taken. undertaken.
The members of the Baptist church
take this means of expressing their
sincere appreciation to each one who
helped in any way during the confer conference.
ence. conference. Their every, kindness counted
in making the affair the complete
success it was. Reporter.

REDDICK

Reddick, Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Fridy, who were married in
Ocala last week, left Sunday for St.
Augustine and other points along the
coast. Before returning home Mr. and
Mrs. Fridy expect to visit the state
fair in Jacksonville.
Messrs. James Smith and Otis
Hawkins were visitors in Tampa last
week. N
Dr. R. D. Ferguson made a business
trip to Titusville Sunday.
Mr. H. W. Sherouse visited the fair
in Gainesville last Thursday.
Mr. C. B. Rou, mother and sister
attended the Marion Baptist Associa Association
tion Association at Belleview last Wednesday.
Mr. Adams of Gainesville, arrived

here Sunday, having come to take
the position vacated by Mrs. R. F.
Proctor as principal of the school.
Mr. S. C. Mayo made a business
trip to Ocala last Wednesday.
Rev. Arthur Spencer of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Sunday school evangelist of the
Suwannee Presbytery, preached at
the Presbyterian church here Sunday.
Mr. Spencer made a very instructive
and profitable address to parents,
urging them to give their children re religious
ligious religious training at home, and to have
them attend Sunday school and church
whenever possible.
(Please, correspondent, use a pen pencil
cil pencil and stop trying to write with a
burnt stick).

Fraternal Orders

MARION-DUNN 31 A SONIC LODGE!

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R, Dey, W. 1L
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes at the Court Pharmacy.' 6t
, We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. XL, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

(Shop, 113 Main street.
j A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.

C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

This ia a Studf baker year. tf

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. E. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

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LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal:
church will hold a cake and candy'
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located sale at the Ocala House on Saturday
in Commercial Bank building. Of3:e at 11 o'clock. 17-21
phone 211 two rings; residence 1 11 1
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' COUNTY COMMISSIONER board- referred tbekJ petitkwtn
- ; - j the county attorney.
t ; Ocala,. Fla., Nov. 8, I92irj v.Mr; w. J. Folks asked that the
The toard of county commissioners board make immediate preparations
cf Marion county met in regular ses-jfor the construction of state road No.
skra with all members present. J & through this' county, stating that
"Minutes of meeting of Oct. 3rd and J the work on this highway was com com-Oct.
Oct. com-Oct. 22nd, were read and approved. pleted to near the northern edge of
J. W. Luke appeared and asked for this county.

jpaoper assistance.
Petition was presented asking that
road heretofore petitioned for, run run-iiing
iiing run-iiing between sees 10 and 11, 14 and
15, 22 and 23, be not granted and that
urate begin between sees 1 land 12,
ait Morriston and Ocala hard road,
thence leading south between sees 13
and 14 and continuing on a straight
section line until it intersects hard
road leading from Ocala to Romeo.
Said petition bearing 23 signatures,
was ordered field for information.
Mr. W. J. Wilson called and asked
that the county construct a concrete
bridge across Mill creek, offering to
pay tnae-third- the cost of it, or to
furnish allof the hauling needed in
connection with the construction of
same.
It was ordered that advertisement
te inserted in the newspapers calling
for bids to be submitted at meeting
Dec 6th, 1921, for the purchose by
the county of a.3-ton truck, pneu pneu-ir.atic
ir.atic pneu-ir.atic equipped with power dump.
Mr. C. W. Hunter called and dis
cussed the construction of state road
No. 2.
Mr$ J. S. Williams appeared and
filed protest to construction of road

Ko. 4 of the Dunnellon special roadiarce of their contract on road No

arc! bridge district No. 2.
petition asking that Albert Ber
ry be allowed to pay the fine imposed
and that the board remit the jail sen sentence
tence sentence adjudged upon his conviction,
was presented, said petition being
signed by several citizens and pre presented
sented presented by Mr. R. F. Rogers, who stat stated
ed stated that should Berry pay the fine im imposed
posed imposed he would be satisfied as a tax
ywryer, if the board would remit the
ail sentence. Mr. R. H. Redding
stated that he wished the above peti petition
tion petition granted. After discussion the
THc.. I can now give you the
very latest,
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S!s methods, assuring
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" Go where the going is Hardest

A contract in blank was received

from the state road department rela relative
tive relative to the construction of state road
No. 2 in this county, which was re referred
ferred referred to the county attorney, who ex examined
amined examined same and advised the board
that same was not definite and the
board requested him to draw a con contract
tract contract that would fill the requirements
and submit same to the department.
- Draft was ordered drawn in favor
of John H." Taylor, chairman of the
bond trustees, in amount of $1,728.88
for balance of bond, interest and sink sinking
ing sinking fund money now in the county
depository.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
outstanding indebtedness fund, in fa
vor of the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
for $30 to retire couDon No-. 11 on
j validated road fund warrant No. 53.
Additions were ordered made to the
pauper list for monthly assistance as
follows: Mrs. Emma S. Wilson, Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, $10; Mary Sewell, $10; Ken Ken-yon
yon Ken-yon Gore, Lacota, $5; Flanders Asia,
Shady, $5; Fannie Adams, $5; Perry
I Ward, Citra, $5
Thomas Bros, presented bond with
the Fidelity & Deposit Co. as surety ,J
conditioned for the faithful perform-!

lcf Dunnellon district No. 2, said bond!ed' Passed and ordered paid, to-wit:

jm amount heretofore specified, which
was approved. by the board, where
upon the contract between said Thorn-
as Bros, and the county for the com
pletion of said road was duly execut
ed by the chairman and clerk as here heretofore
tofore heretofore directed.
The county game warden filed re report.
port. report. Petition asking for assistance for
Mandy Mobley was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Talton.
Petition bearing 14 signatures re requesting
questing requesting a road beginning at the ne
cor of esc 3 twp 15 s r 22 e, was or ordered
dered ordered filed for information.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
agricultural. fund in favor of K. C.
Moore in amount of $200 for salary
as coulty demonstrator for the month
of October, 1921.
Mr. O. S. Sanders was recommend-

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"Bill of Mr. L. N. Green for services ';
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ed and ordered filed.
The clerk presented
the financial
statement of the county for the six
months ending Sept. 30, 1920, which
was examined and
board.
approved by the
Mr. C. H. Rogers appeared and dis-

cussed the proposed routes for high- ernoon.
way through, the government reserve, j Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas and children,
The following notary public bonds ; Mrs. Cora Dosh and Mrs. Thomas of
were approve: W. W. Clyatt and W. Ocala, were in our burg Friday, en en-E.
E. en-E. Smith, with the American Surety ; joying a half -holiday, the children
Com. as surety, Ola Potter with T. henting hickory nuts and the ladies
T. Munroe and John H. Taylor as 'hunting "greens light from the gar-

sureties, V. P. Smith with C.
Smith, C. M. Smith Jr. and J.
Smith as sureties.
N.
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Pension application of James A.
Reeves was approved.
Bills against the Dunnellon special
road and bridge district were ap approved
proved approved and ordered sent to the trus-
, tees af said district for payment as
follows: Star Publishing Co., $3;
Ocala Banner, $3; W. L. Colbert, $137.
Warrant for $7000 was ordered
drawn in favor of the county deposi depository
tory depository for money borrowed in accord accordance
ance accordance with chapter 8712, acts of 1919.
The county judge, county depbsi-
Story, sheriff, tax collector, justices
oi the peace, game warden and m-
I spectors of marks and brands filed re-
Ports-
The following warrants were order
4le drawn to cover -bills dulv examin
j General furd No. 122G4 to 12374, $2,-
1 i'1-i3; nne and lorieiture fund, ro.
j8273 to No- 8415- $1,123.21; road fund,
: No- 15090 10 No- 15394, $7319.75;
j state aid roac Iundi No. 1133 to No.
;1108, $olb.7o; agricultural fund, No.
726, $200; outstanding
indebtedness
fund, No. 114, $30.
The board thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
Attest: T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.
Flaconettos is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
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. Shady, Nov. 15. Mr. Merle Lorri-
more of Nineveh, Ind., is visiting his
uncle, Mr. Sherman Holland, and fam

;;jy.
i Mrs. Clifford Strain has named her
t aby girl, now a month old, Ada
Elizabeth. Mrs. Strain was before
her marriage. Miss Alice Roller.
Mr. R. L. Clyburn and daughters
cf Summerneld, xvere here Friday aft-
den." All returned home with their
j wants supplied.
Mr. Charles Turner of Gaiter, was
ja welcome visitor in Shady Sunday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl and little
boys, Charles and Leland, Forded
down to Winter Haven Saturday to
visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bailey
and family.
Mr. Warren Peacock of Chauncey,
Ga., arrived here Sunday for a few
days' stay with relatives. Mr. Pea Peacock
cock Peacock will carry his folks back to
Georgia in their Overland. We are
hoping this family will return and
make their home permanently among
us.
Rev. J. C. Boatwright of Anthony,
j will preach here both morning and
, evening next Sunday. We hope to
1 see him greeted with a full house.
' Mr. C. C. Priest and f daughters,
Misses Sara Lou and Fannibel and
-Misses Wiliara liishop and Elizabeth
Irby, of Anthony, were Sunday after-
noon visiters here, coming to bring
Mr. C. R. Priest; who spent the week-
end with home folks at Anthony. v
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j H. Redding's big Buick car caught
; fire and was almost burned up one
night last week.
Things are taking on a suspicions
look in Bachelordom around here. Our
: bachelor's mother gets (conveniently)
sick every littIe whiIe and he takes a
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MaclCAY & CO.
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other Another one is having his Maxwell car

overhauled and fixed up. He 'will
bear watching. Another one has
made himself conspicuous by his ab- j
ence from the usual gatherings in j
the community of late and maybe
has a reason, but he, too, will bear
watching.
Douglas hill is "fixed" according to
our commissioner's instructions, and j
is much better than it was. The bad j
sand spot at the south end of the road i
is being hardened now. j
Dr. and : Mrs. L.' H. Van Engelken i
cf Ocala, visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Younge at Golden Acre Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, also a party of friends from
LowelL
Miss Carrie May Burry spent the
week-end with home folks at Orange
Lake.
The "Right-O" and "Goin,-Somew
baseball teams will play a game at
Shady Friday afternoon. The teams'
scores stand even now and this game
is creating much interest. Go and root
for your favorite.
In this day of tonsilitis, appendi appendicitis,
citis, appendicitis, meningitis and other "itis" dis diseases,
eases, diseases, it is well to take note that they
are all more or less dangerous. We
know of an "itis" that has become
prevalent in Shady and will you
about it soon. It is a disease that
does not require medicine or a physi physician
cian physician and yet becomes serious if not
checked.
We are hoping and believing the
creamery will be a successful enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. (We're using a horn for it and
not a hammer.) Remember, tho', how
we farmers were all boosted up to
bi-y more thoroughbred hogs looking
to better prices and now pork is sell-
j ir.gr for oJi cents per pound, and can't
sell it at that. And the U-Serve
stores selling hams for 29c! What's
the answer?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman have
moved out here and are at present
living with Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Free Freeman.
man. Freeman. We are told that Mr. Freeman
wants to locate in Shady and raise
truck. We extend them a neighborly
welcome.
Since writing the above we are told
that Mr. William Jones- was called to
Starke by the very serious illness of
his mother. We are sincerely sorry
and hope Mr. Jones found his mother
much better.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
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Members American Cotton &
Grain Exchange. Members cf
Clearing House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains one thousand bushels
and upward. Stocks ten shares,
and upward. Cotton margin $5
per bale; grain margin 6c. per
busheL
Battle & Co Ocala
Office Merchants Block
Room 2
We promise quick service,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extend to Ocala and
.surrounding territory the facil
ities oz our omce.
Phone No. 441. Private Wire I
A paper scarcity would aid the re rehabilitation
habilitation rehabilitation of the finances of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Boston Shoe and Leather Re Reporter.
porter. Reporter. Call phone 1U8 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Yes Sir
"Sure Thfng"
Colder weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
coming, and you will
need that New Suit,.
Overcoat, and extra
Pair Trousers.
We tailor them to fit
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Yon Gel a Run
for jeer money at oar
Plant. We arc bot alter
year trade, and willsnre willsnre-ly
ly willsnre-ly make it of interest to
yea to deal with es.
1YE Insure a Long Ben tor
Year Tires.
"BLALOCK BEOS,
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
OCALA, FLORIDA
Marlon Candies
Made In Ocala
On sale all week at the Jack
King Comedy Shows
PECAN ROLL,
CREAM BON-BONS
KISSES and
BUTTER CUPS
All kinds of Mints made
to order. Ask Bitting &
Phillips and Anti-Monopoly.
Marion Prize Candies at
Marion County Fair
Fifteen Years' Experience
-' EAT'''.
at the
RIALTO CAFE
H Up-to-Date lunch Counter)
1 and Dining Room
I OPEN BAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
m tv t
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
JOHN METRIE
Proprietor
1C8 South Magnolia St.
:iiim
r
o excuse for
KomelyJfandsAim
Because cleansing with
neutral soap and fre frequent
quent frequent application of
ME1
HpseLeafJefly
supplemented by spong sponging
ing sponging with Phantom Pow Powderdoes
derdoes Powderdoes leave the skin
soft, smooth and white.
MILADY
BEAUTY
PARLOR
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
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Leon County Fair, Ta&has-
see, November 22 to 29.
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.
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PEDRICKS PLATFORM

I
iTo the Citizens of Ocala:
j I have been brought into the race
jfor alderman from the third ward at
I the coming city election. I did not
become a candidate of my own accord
but at the insistent urging of citizens
who fee! in common with myself that
the administration of the city's busi business
ness business has been such that there is need
of a change. Such being the case, I
feel that I owe it to the public at
large to make a statement of the
things I stand for and will endeavor
to see carried out if elected to the
council.
In the first place, all gentlemen who
have announced for office at this elec election,
tion, election, have declared themselves in fa favor
vor favor of the city manager form of
government. I am no exception. I
favor the city manager idea in city
government, but I feel that under
our present charter we have had four
years in which to learn that there
can be no real manager unless the
council voluntarily surrenders to that
officer powers now exercised by the
council. I accordingly shall endeavor
to bring about such changes in the
program as will necessarily mean a
manager in fact, and not merely in
name.
I think the holding of public office
is a trust and an official should give
as conscientious attention to the bus business
iness business of the city as he would to his
own affairs. I therefore pledge my myself
self myself to a vigilant attention to the du duties
ties duties that fall on me.
I am and always have been a law law-abiding
abiding law-abiding citizen, and I shall insist on
impartial enforcement of all city
ordinances. I think also that the
ordinances should be codified and
brought down, to date.
I will endeavor to see that the peo people
ple people get efficient, adequate and eco economical
nomical economical service from our power plant.
A thing of vital importance is the
matter of taxes. On this question I
shall alwaysbe found standing for a
just and equitable distribution of the
burden of taxation, and for such re revision
vision revision of the tax rolls as will bring
about that result.
Our streets need improvement, and
when I say that I have put it mildly.
Give us a progressive .administration
and Ocala shall have the kind of
streets she ought .to have, and there
will be no waste of the public money
in getting them; 1
I will certainly appreciate your
support. Respectfully,
W. R. Pedrick.
$100 REWARD
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 J
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 the 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 13 a citizen of some other state,
and not a citizen of the state of
Florida. To hunt game without pay
ing a license is a violation of law. i
The reward herein offered shall be
paid to the person or persons making
the arrest and securing the conviction
ot the person violating the game laws
in Marion county.
R. F. Rogers, President.
J. A. Talton, Secretary.
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NOTICE
At meeting of the city council held
on the 18th day of October, 1921, the
registration books of the city of
Ocala were, revised and the following
names ordered stricken therefrom:
Ward One
Jake Brown, R. P. Whitehead.
Ward Two
A. E. Burnett, R. L. Bridges, Geo.
G. Chambers, W. C. Charles, J. T.
Cohen, L. Dozier, G. W. Easterling,
J. T. Jones, L. E. Lang, Samuel E.
Leigh, G. G. Maynard, Stella Mayn Mayn-ard,
ard, Mayn-ard, Robert Marsh, J. D. McCaskill,
Carrie McCaskill, Joe Needham, Wm.
M. Richardson, E. M. Williams, H. C.
Williams. A. E. Walkley.
Ward Three
J. W. Branch, H. C. Bilbro, O. L.
Crooks, David Gamble, S. M. Gibbs,
C. P. Howell, V. L. Hastings, J M.
Martin, B. A. Mallory, A. L. Pettis,
Robert J. Palmer, John Robinson.
Ward Four
W. F. Adams, July Brown, James
W. Griffin, B. F. Garrett, A. J. Leav Leav-engood,
engood, Leav-engood, E. A. Mobley, M. H. Temple.
November 29th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., was fixed by the council as
date to hear complaints for the res restoration
toration restoration of names erroneously -strick-
en
H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk.
10-26-5t-wed
Read the want ads.

BOY-

SCOUTS
(Conducted by National Council of the Boy
Scouts of America.)
SEA SCOUTING
Tine l ree Jim, as most or us
know him. otherwise known as James
A. Wilder, chief sea scout, is very
happy over his experience in conduct conducting
ing conducting the two sessions of training
schools for sea scouts at Marion
Mass. Both periods were well attend attended
ed attended by boys from different sections of
the- country. Seven boys and the
scoutmaster made a trip all the way
from Port Arthur, Ter and. inciden incidentally,
tally, incidentally, they worked their passage on
an oil boat back and forth.
The training school was ideally lo located
cated located at the Tabor academy, the offi officers
cers officers of which co-operated splendidly
with Mr. Wilder in the conduct of the
two camping periods and made avail available
able available their facilities without reserve.
The first group were not only hap happy
py happy but very efficient Their maneu maneuvers
vers maneuvers and general operations made a
profound Impression upon Gen. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence H. Edwards, commander in chief
of the department of New England,
who took (Jinner with the sea-scout
fa nip one evening.
The enrollment for the second group
wati even larger than the first and
passed all expectations.
It was not all play, by any means,
for each of the groups had the experi experience
ence experience of cruising around Buzzard's
hay. under conditions which tested
their scout training and their endur endurance.
ance. endurance. The members of the second
camp were mustered into service to
co-operate with the committee in
charge of the ceremonies incident to
the celebration of the 300th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at
Plymouth.
The membership of the sea-scouting
division has increased over o0 per
cent in the last -year. Their experi experimental
mental experimental stage seems to have passed,
and the program has proven itself to
he not only useful but attractive to
bojs. especially of fifteen years of age
rind over.
BOY SCOUT "GLEANERS."
No, They Are Not Potatoes These Boy
Scouts Are Gathering They Are'
Stones.
PROGRESS IN SACRAMENTO.
On October 1, 1920, there were 12
troops, totaling 287 scouts registered
for Sacramento. By July 1 of the
present year the numbers bad risen to
TOO scouts in 29 troops, not Including
tive new troops in the process of or organization,
ganization, organization, including some 75 scouts.
This splendid gain has been the result
of the tireless work and fine enthusi enthusiasm
asm enthusiasm of the men behind it, who have
every rightto be more than proud of
their achievement in promoting scout scouting
ing scouting to such a remarkable extent In so
short a time. The scoutmasters'
school, conducted by the leadership
and training committee, has graduated
45 ram and has had an average of 70
regularly at Its -meetings, a number
which has more than once risen to con considerably
siderably considerably over 100.. Sacramento has
also" successfully put over a big finan financial
cial financial campaign.
SCOUT WINS CANADIAN TRIP.
Scout Arthur. Conrad of Hamilton.
O., was recently selected from some
300 of his fellows as the one most
worthy of the honor and delight of
being the guest of H. L. Kutter. a
member of the camp committee of the
, local council on a three weeks' camp camping
ing camping trip in Canada. Scout Conrad is
a patrol leader and the ranking scout
of Hamilton, a splendid specimen of
boyhood physically and ewry other
way, devoted to outdoor sports and
scout craft and with a fine school
record behind him. His friends all'
asree that "Art" well deserves the
gd luck which has befallen him.
The politicians always manage to
defeat the will of the people by sneak sneaking
ing sneaking in some sort of codicil. Columbia
Record.
The trouble about a skeleton in a
closet is that it does not have enough i
sense to stay there. Charleston Ga Gazette.
zette. Gazette. Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf

WHY

! Certain Styles of Automobiles
Are Called "Sedans
In France mere is a town called
Sedan, where' a wonderful carrying
chair. Ls said to have originated.
The chair, serving as a vehicle for
one pei-son, who sits within the in in-closure
closure in-closure of royal draperies, was car carried
ried carried by chair bearers and was con considered
sidered considered quite the. thing for the stylish
ladies of the time.
They" were first Introduced In west western
ern western Llurope In 15S1. but did not be become
come become common as carriers for the so social
cial social elite of England and France un until
til until the eighteenth century. They
were eiaborately decorated, often with
paintings and panels by artists of
note, and lined with elegant silks and
( padded with perfumed cloth.
The chairs, because of the supposed
origination to Sedan and because they
were often fined with famous Sedan
cloth, soon acquired the name of Se Sedan
dan Sedan chairs.
Sedan chairs soon became thick on
London streets and Paris boulevards,
and remained the fashion until their
position was usurped by the victorias
and the prancing horses of the courts.
Then came the automobile and some
advertising writer bad the happy idea
of calling a model of similar construc construction
tion construction a sedan.
And sedan It still is! Exchange.
'SIXTH SENSE' FOR HUMANITY
How Invention of San Francisco Man
Car. Be Utilized for the Ben Benefit
efit Benefit of All.
Through the invention of Samuel O.
Hoffman, a San Francisco inventor, a
"sixth sense" seems to have been cre created.
ated. created. At a distance of GOO feet. In to total
tal total darkness. HotTnian asserts thai
with the aid of a delicate instrument
for the detection of beat waves he can
tell whether one, two or several per persons
sons persons are present. His invention,
which was started during the war for
detecting enemy forces in front of the
American trenches, is a combination
of thermopiles, a reflector and a gal galvanometer.
vanometer. galvanometer. The instrument, which
acts much as a sound detector, is sen sensitive
sitive sensitive to heat waves and can be de developed
veloped developed to the point where a complete
silhouette of an object can be given,
showing the outlines from which heat
waves emanate. It can also be used
for the detection of airplanes thou thousands
sands thousands of feet in the air.
Government officials are said to be
considering use of the instrument for
guarding valuable goods, ;uch as large
coal piles, warehouses and motor car
fleets not In use. Instead of a large
number of guards! who can be avoided,
it Is expected to set up one or two of
Hoffman's instruments, which will im immediately
mediately immediately show the presence of people
in the vicinity.
Why Glow-Worms Glow.
When Mrs. Glow-worm, who is real really
ly really a beetle and not a worm, shines
brightly in the grass during the warm
summer nights, she is not burning for
our benefit. She is waiting patiently
until Mr. Glow-worm comes flying that
way. Her lamp is the only means she
has of telling him that she is there.
Unlike her husband, she has no wings,
and only six very weak legs. She
cannot, therefore, go to look for him,
and nature has denied her a voice
with which to produce the sounds of
which other beetles are capable. She
has to rely entirely on her lamp and
to keep It bright, too, because Mr.
Glow-worm Is not keen-sighted, and
might easily blunder past in the dark.
Also she may readily miss him, for he
gives out only a faint glow that flick flickers
ers flickers near his talL
Why "Near" and "Off Horse.
Because In the days when the driver
walked beside the horses his position
was always at the left, with his right
next to the team. Therefore, in driv driving
ing driving a pair, the horse on the left was
nearer than the one on the right. The
"near" horse Is always the one on the
left.
Why India U Losing Cattle.
A census of the cattle of India shows
that all the herds have been decreased
during the last few years. The reason
,1s that there was a famine of fodder
during which it was impossible to
get food for the cattle In some dis districts
tricts districts and it was scarce all over the
country.
Why Known aa "Dunning."
. Because in the reign of Henry VIII
there lived a bailiff named Dun. who
gained a great reputation for making
persons pay their debts. When every
method of getting payment had been
tried without success. Dun was put
to work, and "dunned him" became
the popular advice as a last resort.
How Sugar Came to New World.
Sugar gradually found Its way Into
the new world from India, while one
of the first American products to be
carried to Europe was the cocoa bean,
from which chocolate Is made. Monte Montezuma,
zuma, Montezuma, Aztec king, drank It from a
golden cup.
Why Called "Bridegroom."
Because in primitive days the newly
wedded man fcad to wait upon the
bride and serve at her table upon his
wedding day. and thus was a "grwm"
on this occasion.
Flaccnettes perfumery put up in
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phons 2S4. 16-Gt

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1021.
GOOD TURNS' IN BRIEF.
Charles Swain. Jr.. of Tape May,
N. J.. snve i 'he lives of two city lad
who had gotten heyiid their dejitli
;r.d were fng MiHed out to sen by
tbp strong tide. X
Scout George Kof of Terry. Miss, j
Is the hero of a life-saving event, hav having
ing having rescued a ymns woman from
drowning In the 'ake near Camp Mc Mc-I.aurin.
I.aurin. Mc-I.aurin. where he was staying.
Troop 11 of Charleston. S. C. con
ducted an anti-weed crusade lat sum summer,
mer, summer, cutting down aH the weeds which
had been a nn!nncp to pedestrian.
American women spent $50,(MMXNi
for face powder last year, and a glame'i
at the average crowd assures you that j
$25,000,000 would have been ample.
Next summer an attempt will be
made to fire a rocket to the moon.
There ought to be a law against It It-suppose
suppose It-suppose it spoils the moonlight I
Be careful about regarding this man
or that as your enemy. You may be
guilty of self-fUttery. which Is awful.
Bring us your job work.

Millinery Reduction
THE ELITE SHOP

25

Will make a
Redaction of

From Saturday, November 19 to Saturday,'
. November 26 inclusive. This will enable all
visitors to the Marion County Fair to take
advantage of the reduced prices.
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK, OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE

DeCamp

COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Everything Good To Eat
MEATS and GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Phone - 243

r o

FIRE

PROOF'

WHITE STAK LIW

Nfgoiiable Storage Recipt leaned oo Cotton, Automobile. Etc
WW MOVym'' SHI!' j l0SG DISTAXCE UOm'a
ir EISGA0 Phone 298

3i &.
I I KMTI'RE. CTC

FOOTBALL O. H. S.

Everybody come out to Hunter Park
Saturday afternoon, at 3:30 forthe
big game of the season between the
Lake City high school team and the
O. H. S. eleven. Lake City battered
our team two years ago when foot football
ball football in the O. II. S. was in its infancy.
The team has developed wonderfully
this year and is ready to teach Lake
City to take deefat. The home fans
need not be discouraged by the defeat
of the team at the hands of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. It did not take away- the pep
or determination of the boj-s. In the
comparative scores of games in Flor Florida
ida Florida "last SaturdavLake City suffered
more than Ocala. "We are coming1
back strong," is the slogan of the O.
H. S. You come too, and help- in the
good work.
DOUBLE ASSURANCE
OF A SQUARE DEAL
It has come to the notice of the
management of the Marion County
Fair Association that there was some
dissatisfaction among exhibitors last
year at the decisions of some of the
judges. It was intimated that some
of the prizes were awarded on per personality
sonality personality of the exhibitor or on some
other grosnd than merit.
I orde to obviate even the ap appearance
pearance appearance of any such conditions at
this season's fair the management
has secured the services of experts in
the several lines to act as judges. The
agricultural and community exhibits
will be judged by Mr. S. W, Hiatt,
district agent of the United States
department of agriculture, extension
division. Mr. H. Gf Clayton of the
same department, will judge the cat cattle
tle cattle and hogs. Mr. J. F. Marshall, of
College Park, Ga., a licensed judge,
will award the poultry department
prizes.
While the fair management does
not believe for a moment that any of
the judges on former occasions were
biased, the securing of disinterested
persons from outside the county will
be- a double assurance that nothing
but merit can enter into the award awarding
ing awarding of the premiums.
Try our layer cakes. They're just
like the real home made ones you like
so well. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
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.
On all
Trimmed Oats
Weaver
TO
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1121

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

ii

CherryBell

Try It it is a hard wheat tlour
as good as any and less in price

15c
15c
12c

UNISEDaS and an former a
10c pkgs. Cracken . OC
Three packages 20 C

Jill former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers
TaH Pink
Salmon
Campbell's Soap
per can....

Campbell's Soap, ,, A.Eg
four cans for. arO C
Octagon Soap,
per bar....... CJ
Octagon Soap, ) g
. three bars for...... lv

Export Soap,
per dozen

Cherry Bell Flour 1
24. Tb sack...... P0
Saaer's Self Rising OA
24 lb sack........ plU
Saaer's Self Rising JA
12 lb. sack ... OUC
Walter Baker's Cocoa qn.
half pound tins. ... OUC
One pound of QA
good Tea.... OUC
Senate Coffee Ai
per pound xlC
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for. ..... O C
Senate Coffee, 1 A
three pounds for. V X X vl

55 c

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

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen.

Evaporated Milk,
small..............
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen. ...
Three packages
Argo Starch. ..... .
One dozen packages
Argo Starch.
Quart jars
of Hont.
Quart cans
of Syrup
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup......
Bulk Syrup
per gallon..........
Bulk Syrup
per quart.

40c
75 c
65c
40 c
30 c
15c
1.70
7c
80c
25c
95c
65c
30c
15c
60c
15c

Pcriaa Feed for Cows, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

Ijv. OOAXA.

. A. C. Xdne 1:45 pm

17. Jacksonville.... A. C. Line 6:45 pm
Ar. Savannah...... iA. C. Line 12:25 am
Ar. Florence. A. C Line :30 am 3
Ax. Fayetteville...A. C. Line 9:00 anr
At. Wilson. A. C. Ldne 10:54 am
At. Rocky Mount.. (A. C. Line 11:35 am
At. Norfolk A. C. Line 5:40 pan
Ar. Petersburg A. C. Line 2:20 ipm
Ar. K1chmond......A. C. Line 8:10 pm
Ar. "Washington.... R. F. & P. 6:30 pm
Ar. Baltimore. ..Penna. Syst. 7:50 jm
Ar. Philadelphia.. Penna. Sys. 10:00 pm
Ar. Nw York. .Penna. Syst. 12:25 am
Ar. Boston. .N. Y. N. H. & II. 7:58 am

Dining Car Service from
St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Free Reclining: Chair
Cars Jacksonville to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. :
Coach Service on all trains.

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, etcV
apply to or address the undersigned.
Ik 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 of the South

Ysasl Vitamofi

Complexion Secre

Banishes Skin Eruptions, Put on Firm Flesh.
Strengthens the Nerves and Increases Energy.

If you want to Quickly clear your
kin and complexion, put some arm,
njutj iH v flash run mtr (mui 1 m

your nerve force and power and look
LJ J1 tvrt a I

uu ira per cem. octier, sun ray
try taking two of Martin's tiny
VtTAMON tablet with uih

and watch result. MfurMn'a VTTA.

jMON Tablets contain highly con con-I
I con-I centra ted yeast-vitamines as well
'as the two other still more important
vitamines (Fat Soluble A and Water
i Soluble O and are now being used
I by thousands as a tonic restorative
' and amazing complexion secret. Piia Piia-'
' Piia-' pies, boils and skin eruptions seem to
'vanish like maic, the complexion be becomes
comes becomes fresh and beautiful, the cheeks
,-rosy the lips red, the eyes bright. So
rapid and amazing are the results
that success is absolutely guaranteed
or the trial costs you nothing. The
sourse of a glowing, radiant com complexion
plexion complexion is from innd. You can't
expect external applications to benefit
a condition due to internal conditions.
Get some vitamines into your system!
Be sure to remember the name
Mas tin's VI-TA-MON. You can get
Mas-tin's VTTAMON Tablets at all
good druggists.

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THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the hean of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
second to uont

ROBERT M.IMEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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

i-arior jax ana uoacn
Service to Jacksonville.
Sleeping- Cars St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg to Washington, Tam Tampa
pa Tampa to Washington, Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to New York and
Jacksonville to Boston.

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

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 commissions.
missions. commissions. 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

WANTED To buy at once from
owner, a farm. Must be a bargain
for cash. G. W. McGowan, Ruskin,
Fla. i6-6t

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 ltrack, good running condi condition,
tion, condition, cheap for cash if taken quick.
Party leaving town. Apply Will Williams'
iams' Williams' garage. 16-6t

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 SALE Nice little farm consist consisting
ing consisting 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 SAL! 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

SHOE REPAIRING Why discard
. ii

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

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

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

FOR RENT Five room apartment.
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf

FOR SALE Two good pianos, one
nearly new incubator, one r Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte cockerel. Come and see them.
.J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
phone 501, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t

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. 12-6t

FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf

WANTED A good, reliable woman
for general housework. Apply at
209 Orange avenue. 17-3t
FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six
rooms, hall, bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Davies. 18-6t

WANTED TO RENT Furnished
apartment or small house, to April
15th. Apply to Mrs. Eastman, 504
Oklawaha Ave., phone 379. 18-3t

We have a CASH SPECIAL sale on
for Saturday. It will pay you to-come
early. There is a treat in store for
you. O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY. It

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

4

Too Wild and
Woolly
By DOROTHY WHITCOMB.

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

o-

Copyright. 1J21. Westers Newspaper Union.
When the father of Julia Everly set
his foot down as to his matrimonia.
plans regarding her, Mrs. Evert
weakly submitted to the dictum, anQ

Julia herself bowed her pretty heac;

to hide the tears and said, auletlj
enough :
"Very well, papa."
"Ion ie," explained Judge Everlj
to his wife, "twenty-live or fifty thou thousand
sand thousand dollars Isn't a fortune in the bif
dtles, btft here la Brandon It makes
me the lcadlaf mis of the place. I've
got a good deal of pride, Mary, and
I would like to see Jalla marry some
young man whoa means woald add
to the family wealth. Instead of oat
whe would use It up."
"But young men with fortunes do
not seem te be la much evidence
around Brandon," surfeited Mrs.
Everly.
Oh, seme one will come aloar
Julia is younr yet; plenty of time,"
declared the Judje. "She's pretty
well educated. 1 can give her the
blgrest wedding Brandon ever had.
and I'm determined to see her well
settled in life."
Mrs. Everly sighed softly to herself.
Her husband had been a good deal of
a disappointment to her, since he had
been elevated from a modest Income
as a country lawyer to a Judgeship
and the acquisition of twenty-five
thousand dollars through a legacy.
He had become selfish, sordid and
scheming. He posed as a magnate

and talked like a millionaire. Thf

time was when he had welcomed Dale
Martin, the son of his dead law part partner,
ner, partner, as a fine young man of whom any anybody
body anybody might be proud.
The banishment' of the dearest
friend she had ever known naturally
affected Julia. She shed some tears
and said e.uite resIgnsiUy: "Very
well, papa."
She wrote the most comforting let letter
ter letter In the werld to Dale, whom busi business
ness business had taken temporarily to the
county seat.
The judge came home on after afternoon
noon afternoon from his office quite brisk and
animated. A client was comlnr U
Brandon, an Important client, he salt.
He hid brought a letter from another
lawyer la Idaho, had an estate te
settle up in the county, and had placed
his affairs In the hands ef the Jadre.
"Outside of the business stand standpoint,"
point," standpoint," the Judge told his wife, and
Julia heard, "I am interested in Mr.
Ralph Buxton. He Is wealthy, and
he Is unmarried, I find."
Frontler-llke and refreshing. Indeed,
Mr. Ralph Buxton turned out to be,
when- he made' his appearance that
evening. Julia dressed up attractive attractively
ly attractively to please her father, saw a tall,
rough-limbed young fellow of about
twenty-five, bronzed with the desert'i
sun. She winced as he shook het
hand. He was Ingenuous, boisterous,
whole-hearted all at once.
He paid marked attention to Julia
At -first his quite familiar ways Jarred
on her, but finally she noted manly
deference under his rude compliments.
The Judge chuckled and nudged hit
. wife in a meaning way, as later in the
evening he saw Julia and the western westerner
er westerner conversing on a garden seat.
"I'm glad I've met you," said Bux Buxton
ton Buxton to his companion. "I wish I had
a sister like you," and then he be became
came became confidential. He told the storj
of his hard struggle to win a fortune
He told, too, of a dark-eyed Spanish
girl waiting for him back in th
Rockies. Then Julia breathed mor
freely, understanding the big blunl
fellow better, while her father was
whispering with fatuous self-complacency
to hla wife:
"Must be worth a hundred thou thousand
sand thousand and see the way he has cot
toned to Julia
But one day the business on whlcb
Buxton had come was finished.
A new phase of his character wai
now presented. To this day the Judg

tells with a reminiscent shudder ot
the wild cowboy who somehow had

run across an old ranch comrade
Both had appeared at the law offici
In an automobile, and had Insisted or
the Judgre accompanying, them "to se
the country."
The papers were full of that riot riotous
ous riotous visitation a few days later. Thej
told of a mad trail of shot-up crosi
roads taverns, of farmers called out
of their beds at midnight and forced
to dance lively to the tune of a fusil fusillade
lade fusillade to suit the tastes of the two orlg
Inal gentlemen from the far West.
Ralph Buxton left Brandon th
next morning, but the Judge did not
know it when he sent from the library
early In the day for Julia.
"About er, that young man, Bttx
ton?" he said solicitously.
"Yes, responded Julia softly.
"I hope, that Is I. have discovered
that he Is scarcely adapted to to civ civilized
ilized civilized ways, and I hope you gave him
no encouragement?"
"But I fancied you liked him," In Insinuated
sinuated Insinuated the artful minx.
"I did, till last night ugh I" shud shuddered
dered shuddered pater families, and then he
kissed the longing face. "And, bj
the way, Julia, I have changed my
views. How is younr Martin getting
aleng?"
"Why I hardly know," stammered
Julia.
"Suppose you try and find oat," di directed
rected directed the Judge, and Julia knew she
had won the day.

The first cant

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MACK TAYLOR
Ocala, Florida Phone 348

Dodge Brothers
sedan

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THE SOUTHLAND"
A New Limited Pullman, Dining, Observation Car and Coach Train
Effective from Jacksonville, Wednesday, November 16, 1921.
Daily Route No. 32

Lv.OOALuV INo. 40 A. C. Line 1
Ar. J'kaonvUIe (No. 40) tA.CU g
Ltv. Jacksonville. .A. C line 8
At. J'ksonville (No. 40) A.C.I
Lv. Waycrosi A. C Llai 10
Ar. Albany A. C JAne 1
Ar. Macon A. C. Line 4
Ar. Atlanta A. C. Line 7
Lv. Atlanta I & N. RR. 7
At. Knoxville U & N. RR. 12

Ar. Louisville L & N. RR. 8
Ar. Cincinnati U & N. RR. 9
Lv. Cincinnati. .Penna. Byet. 9
At. Columbus. .. .Penna. Syat. 1
Ar. Akron Penna. Byst.
Ar. Cleveland Penna. Syt 8

Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. 6yst- 11
Ar. Fort Wayne. .Penna. Svtt.
Ar. Grand Rapids Penna. yst 11

Ar. M'kinaw City Penn. Syst. 10

Ar. umciptiati. Pmna. Syst 11

Ar. Indianapolis. Penna. Syst. 6
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. Syst. 11
Ar. Losransport. .Penna. 6yat. 4
Ar. CHICAGO Penna. SyBt. 7

46 pm
45 pm

20 pm
45 pm
30 pm
45 am
00 am
05 am
25 am
32 pm

THROUGH EQ tTl PME5T
Jacksonville to Cnicag-o.
Jacksonville to Louisville.
Jacksonville to Cleveland.
Jacksonville Indianapolis.
Jacksonville to G. Rapids

30 pm

Jacksonville
Ra p 1 d s and
City.

to Grand
Mackinaw

15 pm
45 pm
15 am
35 am
20 am

40 pm
15 am
55 am

50 pm
40 pm

45 am
40 pm
50 am

55 am

OBSERVATION 1S-S-tlom
SLEEPER Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville tm Ctacfmaatt.
PARLOR CARS Ocala t
Jarkxoavllle.
DIXIHG CAR JaekJMm JaekJMm-vtlle
vtlle JaekJMm-vtlle f Clariaaati.
COACHES Ocala Jaelc
aoBTtlle, Jaekseavllle te
Cfcleaaro.

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, Dir. Pass Agt
Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
E. M. NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad of the South

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

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

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

This is a Studebakar year.

lf' jjjii jga pvefcsi

Calumet is made under such exact exacting
ing exacting conditions packed in such a scientific
manner, that its leavening strength and purity never
vary. It retains its original strength for months
after leaving the factories.
When you tip the can to get the last spoonful,
you know your baking will turn out all right the last
spoonful is the same as the first This uniform quality of

L I

is cause for its" big demand. Housewives
know they can depend upon the results obtained
that climatic conditions or temperature cannot de deteriorate
teriorate deteriorate its positive leavening power.
When you buy baking powder remember these facts that
a uniform leavener means bakings that do not vary in
quality that Calumet is uniform.
A pound can of Calumet contains full IS oz. Some baking powders come b
12 ounce instead of 16 ounce cans. Be sore you pet a ib. when yoq want it.

"T3



, OCAJLA. EVENING STAB,

SEYdV

a V. Roberts Barney Spencer
Phone 305 Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
I'rivate Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMEN1
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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
Holl and Herring all Milchners
Johnson's Baby Educator Rings
Full Cream New York Cheese, the j
kind with a snap to it
Sap Sago Cheese
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
O. K. TEAPOT
GROCERY
PHONES 16 AND 174
OCALA ELECTRIC
SHOE SHOP
A.G. PAPPAS, Prop
r j Phone 143
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
. them up in' style
And you can have them for the next
Rainy Day.
For your Soles Sake
Phone Us.
Our work is Walk About
v Others work is Talk
About.
OCALA, - FLOIDA
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals
Rebore Cylinder
Blocks
For Satisfaction Give Us a
! Trial.
WILLIAMS' GARAGE
Phone 597 Mgrs. Phone 408
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tt
i IMS SCHEDULE
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule' figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave' Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 un
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:85 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:33
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellcn-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Rub-My-Tism.aniiseptic and pain j
killer, for infected sores, tetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism

A Man To
His Mate

By
J. ALLEN DUNN
Illustrations by
Irwin Myers
Copyright Bobbs Mrra Co.
The bedrock on nicn tney nragot
was slippery where Ice had formed In
the crevices. Two seamen tackled
Hansen. He stopped the curses of one
with a straight punch to his mouth,
but the man clung to bis arm, bear bearing
ing bearing it down. Hansen swung at the oth other,
er, other, and the blow went over the shoul shoulder
der shoulder as he dodged, but Hansen got him
In chancery, and the three, staggering,
swearing, sliding, went down at last
together, with Hansen underneath,
twisting one's neck to shut off his
wind while he warded off the wild
blows of the second. With a wild
heave he got on all fours, and then
Lund, roaring like a bull as he came,
tore off a seaman and flung him
headlong.
"Pound him, Hansen!" he shouted,
his eyes hard with purpose, shining
like Ice that reflects the sun, his- nos nostrils
trils nostrils wide, glorying in the fight.
The Finn had got himself together
a bit, wiping the srouts of blood from
his face nd spitting out the snags of
his broken teeth. He drew a knife
from inside his shirt, a long, curving
blade, and sidled, like a crab, toward
Lund, murder in his piggy, bloodshot
eyes, waithig for a chance to slip in
and stab Lund In the back, calling to
a comrade to help him.
V MCome on," he called, "Olsen, wit'
yore knife. Gut the swine!"
Another blade flashed out, and the
pair advanced, crouching, knees and
bodies bent. Lund backed away war warily
ily warily toward the opposite cliff, lookln?
for loose rock fragment. He had for forbidden
bidden forbidden knives to the sailors since the
mutiny, and had forced a delivery, but
these two had been hidden. A knife
to the Finn was a natural accessory
Only his drunken frenzy had made
him try to beat Luad at his own game
One of the two hunters, lamed with
a kick on the knee, howling with the
pain, clinched savagely and bore th
seaman down, battering his head
against a knob of rock. The other
friendly hunter had bashed and buf buffeted
feted buffeted his opponent to submission. Bui
Rainey was in hard case.
A seaman, half Mexican, flew at hirr
like a wildcat. Rainey struck out,
and his fists hit at the top of the
breed's head without stopping him
Then he clinched.
The Mexican was slippery as an eel
He got his arms free, his hands shot
up. and his thumbs sought the inner
corners of Rainey's eyes. The sud sudden,
den, sudden, burning anguish was maddenin?
and he drove hig clasped fists upward,
wedging away the drilling fingers.
Two hands clawed at his shoulders
from behind. Someone sprang fair fairly
ly fairly on his back. A knee thrust against
his spine.
The agony left him helpless, th
vertebrae seemed about to crack
Strength and will were shut off, and
the world went black. And then one
of the hunters catapulted Into the
struggle, and the four of them went
down in a maddened frenzy of blows
and stifled shouts.
The sailors fought like beasts, striv striving
ing striving for blows barred by all codes of
decency and fair play, intent to maim.
Lund vhad got his shoulders against
the rocks and stood with open hands,
watching the two with their knives,
who crept in, foot by foot, to make
a finish.
Peggy Simms, a strand of her pale
yellow hair whipped loose, flung It out
of her eyes as she stood on the edge
of the cliff, her lips apart, her breasts
rising stormily, watching; her fea features
tures features changing with the tide of battle
as It surged beneath her, punctuated
with muffled shouts and wind-clipped
oaths. She saw Lund at bay, and
snatched out her pistol. But the dis distance
tance distance was too great. She dared not
trust her aim.
Sandy, dancing in and out, willing
but helpless, bound by fear and lack
of muscle, saw Demlng. followed by
Beale, stealing up the trail, unnoticed
by the girl, who leaned far forward,
watching the fight, her eyes on Lund
and the two creeping closer with their
knives, cautious but determined.
Tamada stood farther back and could
not see them.
The lad's wits, sharpened by his
forecastle experience, surmised what
Demlng and Beale were after as they
gained the promontory flat and ran
toward the fires.
"Hey!- he shrilled. "Look out;
they're after the tools!
Deming's hand was stretched toward
a shovel, its worn steel scoop sharp
as a chisel. Beale was a few feet be behind
hind behind him. They were going to toss
the shovels and drills down to the
seamen.
Tamada turned. His face did not
change, but his eyes gleamed as he
thrust a dipper in the steaming rem remnants
nants remnants of the pea soup and flung the
thick blistering mass fair in Deming's
face. At the same moment the girl's
pistol cracked with a stab of red
flame. Beale dropped, shot in the'
neck, close to the collarbone, twist twisting
ing twisting like a scotched snake, rolling down
the trail to the beach again.
Deming. howling like .scorched

devil, "clawed with ont hand at me
sticky mass that masked him as he
ran blind, wild with pain. He tripped,
clutched, and lost his hold, slid on a
plane of Icy lava, smooth as glass,
struck a buttress that sent him off at
a tangent down the face of the cliff,
bounding from impact with an out out-thrust
thrust out-thrust elbow of the rock, whirling in into
to into spare, into the icy turmoil of the
waves, flooding into the inlet.
Peggy Simms fled down the trail
with a steel drill in either hand,
straight across the beach toward
Lund. The Finn turned. on her with
a snarl and a side swipe of his knife,
but she lesped aside, dodged the oth other
er other slow-foot, and thrust a drill at
Lund, who grasped it with a cry of
exultation, swinging It over his beat
as If it had been a bamboo. Hansen
had shaken off his men, and came
leaping in for the second drill.
The knife fell tinkling on the frozen
rock as Lund smashed the wrist of the
Finn. The girl's gun made the second
would-be stabber throw up his hands,
while Hansen snatched his weapon,
flung it over the farther cliff, and
knocked the seaman to the ground
before he joined Lund, charging the
rest, who fled before the sight of them
' and the threat of the bars of steel.
Lund laughed loud, and stopped
striking, using the drill as a goad,
driving them into a huddled horde,
like .leaderless sheep, knee-deep,
thigh-deep, into the water, where they
stopped and begged for mercy while
Hansen turned to put a finish to the
separate struggles.
It ended as swiftly as it had begun.
One hunter could barely stand for his
kicked knee, Rainey's back was
strained and stiffening, Lund had lost
a handful of his beard, and Hansen's
cheek was laid open.
On the other side -the casualties
were more severe. Deming was
drowned, his body flung up by the
tide, rolling in the swash. Beale was
' couglung blood, though not danger danger--
- danger-- ously wounded. The Finn was crying
over his broken wrist, all the fight oat
of him.
Lund took swift 1 inventory, lining
them up as they came timorously out
of the water or straggled against the
cliff at his order. Tamada had come
down from the fires. Peggy had told
of his share, and Sandy's timely
shout. Lund nodded at him in a
friendly manner.
"You're a white man, Tamada," he
. said. "You, too, Sandy. I'll not for forget
get forget it. Rainey, round up these dere derelicts
licts derelicts an' help Tamada fix 'em up. 111
settle with 'em later. Hansen, put the
rest of 'em to work, an' keep 'em
to It! Do you hear? They got to dc
the work of the whole bunch."
Lund turned to the two hunters
who had stood apart.
"Wal, you yellow-bellied neutrals,"
he said, his voice cold and his eyes
hard. "Thought I might lose, and
hoped so, didn't you?' Pick up that
skunk Beate an' tote him aboard.
Then come back an' go to work.
You'll git yore shares, but youH not
git what's comin' to those who stood
by. Now git out of my sight. You
can bury That when you come back."
He nodded at the sodden corpse of
Deming, flung up on the grit. "Yor
can take yore pay as grave diggers
out of what you owe him at poker.
He ain't goin to collect, this trip."
Rainey, lame and sore, helped Ta Tamada
mada Tamada patch up the wounded, turning
the hunters' quarters Into a sick bay,
using the table for operation. Beale
was the worst off, but Tamada pro pronounced
nounced pronounced tixu not vitally damaged
After he had finished with them he
Insisted upon Rainey's lying, face
down, on the table, stripped to the
waist, while he rubbed him with oil
and then kneaded him. Once he gave
a sudden, twisting wrench, and Rainey
saw a blur of stars as something
snapped Into place with a click.
I think you soon all right, now,"
said Tamada.
"You and Miss Simms turned the
tide," said Rainey. "If they'd got
these tools first they'd have finished
us In short order."
"Fools!" said Tamada. "Suppose
they kill Lund, how they get awayT
No one to navigate. Presently the
gunboat would find them. I think
Mr. Lund trill maybe trust me now,
he said quietly.
"What do you mean?
"Mr. Lurid think In the back of his
head I arrange for that gunboat to
come. He cannot understand how
they know the schooner at island. He
think to cocae Jus' this time too much
curious, I think."
"It was a bit of a coincidence."
Tamada shrugged his shoulders,
slightly.
T think Japanese government know
all that goes on In North Polar re region,"
gion," region," he said. "There Is wireless sta station
tion station on Wraugell island. We pass by
that pretty close."
Rainey cbswed that Information as
be put on his clothes, wondering If
they had seen the last of the gunboat.
They would have to pass south through
Bering strait. It would be easy to
overhaul them, halt them, search the
schooner, confiscate the srold. They
were not out of trouble yet.
When he went into the cabin to re replace
place replace his torn coat he had hardly a
button intact above the waist, from
jacket to undersh'rt he fonnd the
girl there with Lund. Apparently,
they had just come in. Pergy Simms.
with fare aglow with the excitement
that had not subsided, was proffering
Lund her pItol.
"Keep it." be said. "You may need
It. I've cot tv.ine."
'Tut yon r.rew'it into the water. I
saw von."
(Continued Tomorrow)
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

SPANISH WAR VETERANS

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. A. Knight, Adjutant.
NAPIER GRASS
Plant now and have abundance of
high value gTeen feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc. For plants and
particualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. n-tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 60 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. 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
Overland 90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$550. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. 1 Phone 8, city. 15-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
FOE SALE
I have decided to put on the market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenges.
nges. avenges. Will sell 2Vt or five-acre lot3,
part cash ar.d five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on tlr's
property. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
ar.d tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or sell. House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
VV. D. CARN
XOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Fader
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Lam of Florida
Notice Is hereby :griven that hazier
C. Clayton, "purchaser of -part tax cer certificate
tificate certificate No. 1343. dated the 4th day of
April. A. D. 1898. has filed said certifi certificate
cate certificate la my office, and has made appli application
cation application for tax deed to Issue In accord accordance
ance accordance with law. .'Said certificate em embraces
braces embraces the following described proper property
ty property situated in Marion county, Florida,
to-wit: Lot 20, sub of nw4 of 6ec 14.
Tp. 15 S. R 22 E. The said land being
assessed at the date of issuance of such
certificate In the name of Francis W.
Rice.
Unless said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the
22nd day of November, A. D. 1921
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 17th day of October, A.
D. 1921.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER JR.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida. 10-21-5t
Mil

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Ocala, November 22,23,24,25 1

Community
Agricultureal

Johnny J. Jones Exposition Shows
Will furnish the mid-way attractions

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and distinctive in style and materials;
at the same time strikingly reason reasonable
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. Visitors at the Fair arc cordially invited to make
themselves at hone in our store u
AFFLECK
Millinery Parlor ;
111 East Broadway i.
Ocala, Florida

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magnctocs Recharged Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921

OCALA OCCURHEtlCES

If you have any society items for

the Star, please call five-one.

Mrs. J. E. Evans has returned from
Sparta, Ga., where she has been visit visiting
ing visiting for the past week.

Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe of Ocala,
formerly of Jacksonville, are spend spending
ing spending several days here. Times-Union.

Mrs. D. C. Stiles of Jacksonville,
after a short stay in Ocala, as the
guest of Mrs. William Wolf, has re returned
turned returned home.

Dr. Jjfipman; and wife and t their
pretty HUttle daughter have taken
rooms at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Livingston.

Miss Annie Benton Fuller has re returned
turned returned from Jacksonville, where she
has been visiting her brother, Mr.
W. H. Fuller, and wife.

- 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

Mrs. F. W. Ditto has gone to St.
Petersburg for a short visit with rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mrs. Ditto will return Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, accompanied by her nephew, Mr.
Charles Fox, who will spend fair
week in the city.

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durst, former
residents of Ocala. They wish to be
remembered to their friends here and
hope some day to return to Ocala to

live.

THE KING COMEDIANS

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Ocala has no marine to guard its
mails, but the ex-service man who it
on that job totes a gat that looks as
big and kicky as the hindleg of a
inula.

We have a CASH SPECIAL sale on
for Saturday. It will pay you to come
early. There is a treat in store for
ycu. O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY. It

Mr. Tobe Bracken left this morning
for Gainesville to see the football
game. Mr. Bracken is driving Mr.
W. II. Palmer's car and from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville will go to Atlanta, where he will
leave the car for Mr. Palmer to use
on Ms wedding trip.
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.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith, expect
to move the first of December to San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, where they will make their fu future
ture future home. Mr. Smith has been en engaged
gaged engaged in business there for some time,
since selling his interests in Ocala,
but until recently has been unable to
find a house for his family.

Ocala will be vell represented in
Gainesville this afternoon at the
Florida-Mississippi game. Among
those seen this morning with the
football lust in their eyes were Frank
Harris Jr Robert MacKay, Bill
Fielding, Holmes Walters, Fred Hock Hock-er,
er, Hock-er, Norton Davis and L. E. Futch.

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

The Thursday afternoon auction
club held its regular weekly meeting
at the home of Mrs. Herbert Ford
with Miss Emily Stotesbury as hos hostess.
tess. hostess. After an interesting game of
auction the hostess served refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. Mrs. G. K. Robinson and
Mrs. Frank Logan were high score
holders and prize winners.

. Mrs. George J. Blitch and son,
Hardy Croom, expect to return to
their home in Williston Sunday. Mrs.
Blitch has been in Ocala for the past
eight months that she might be with
her son who has been suffered from a
fractured leg, and under a physician's
care, but is now improving so rapidly
that they are able to return home.

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins has returned
home after a two weeks absence. She
visited in Macon, where her daughter,
Miss Irene Tompkins is in college.
She saw all of the Ocala girls who
are attending Wesleyan College, and
reports they are delighted with their
school, but are eagerly looking for forward
ward forward to spending the Christmas va vacation
cation vacation at home. Mrs. Tompkins also
visited in Douglas, Ga., the guest of

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE

Sheriff Thomas is ready to go hunt

ing. This morning he took down his
trusty automatic shotgun and pre prepared
pared prepared it for the coming open season.

The sheriff thought the gun empty
and began to dissemble it, but about
that time there was a deafening re

port and the wall of the sheriff's of office
fice office bears testimony that there was

at least one good shell in the gun. A
crowd came from all corners of the
square and rushed into the sheriff's
office, expecting to see some criminal
laid out for the undertaker but the
sheriff was calmly cleaning his gun

ana smmng ai wie excitement.

Mrs. M. L. Mayfield of Champaign,
111., has arrived in the city and for

the next week will be the guest of

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard.

We have a CASH SPECIAL sale on

for Saturday. It will pay you to come
early. There is a treat in store for

you. 0. K. TEAPOT GROCERY. It

Messrs. F. E. Harris, Alfred Ayer,
W. E. McGahagin and other old Con

federates have returned from the- re

union1 at Lakeland. The veterans will

meet in Tallahassee next year.

Can't Prove It.
Yeast It is said if the heat and
muscular effort expended by the aver average
age average man in a day could be converted
Into electrical energy it would be suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to run a sewing machine motor
for 100 hours.
Crimsonbeak Then why in thunder
can't the average man crank a fllwer
.more speedily?

Elemental Requirement.
"Many people refuse to listen to a
trained Intellect and yet believe any anything
thing anything a ouUa board says."
"The ouija board," replied Senator
.Sorghum, "has an advantage that few
orators enjoy. It Invariably has the
sympathy of its audience and speaks
slowly awl distinctly.

Movleland.
"I have just seen a motion picture
showing the landing of the Pilgrim
Fathers."
"On the New England coast, eh 7"
"Presumably on the New England
coast, but I suspect this particular
landing was made on the coast of Cali California.

Or a Juno.
First Girl I'm sure you can't call
him handsome. His nose Is too big, his
eyes the wrong color, and he has a
weak chin.'
Second Girl Goodness! You expect
a man to be a regular Venus.

Privileged Creature.
"Your efficiency expert is gone?"
" "Yes, and he left an aching void.
"now so?"
: "He's the only man we ever had
around here who dared to reprimand
our beautiful blonde stenographer for
being late."

i Expensive Water Power.
- "Yes," said the defendant in a crim criminal
inal criminal case, "my lawyer, certainly made
a strong plea for me. He even wept."
. nVhat was his bill?" asked the
Other man.
' "Weft, as iiearly as I can figure it
out he charged about $100 a tear."

PUPPY LOVE
She: I love him because he's so
affectionate.
He: And you get mad when I'm
too affectionate.

Never Again.
Bhe smoked just, one one-No
No one-No more for Btt
She calls It now
A "slciiarette."

for

Careful Chauffeur.
Applicant You advertised

careful chauffeur?
Motorist I did. Are you one?
Applicant You bet. I should re re-juire
juire re-juire my pay in advance.

Ambition.
"Mamma, may I stand on my head?"
-"No: little girls cant do that."
. rWeU, may I do it when I'm a big
rtrir.
The increase, in deaths from pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia due to bad weather is probably
offset by the decrease In deaths from
the automobile due to the same cause.

The steady spread ef the sleeping
sickness warns the scientists that it Is
high time for them to wake up.

NAPIER GRASS
Plant now and have an abundance
of high value green feed for dairy
cows, pigs, chickens, etc. For prices
and particulars, see F. W. Ditto,
Ocala, Fla. 11-18-tf

The Ji.ck King Comedians have
been dra'ving big crowds at their tent
theater on North Orange street every
night this week. Last evening's show,
"Another Man's Wife," brought forth
considerable praise of the manner in
which tie whole scheme was carried
out by the various members of the
troupe. Jack King as a comedian is
hard to beat and the Ocala audiences
appreciate his skits to the fullest ex extent.
tent. extent. The company's advertising
stating that there is not a dry mo moment
ment moment after the curtain rises is liter literally
ally literally true, as King keeps everybody
laughing throughout the evening's
entertainment.
The bill for this evening, "The Ku
Klux Klan." will no doubt draw a big
crowd on account of the recent activi activities
ties activities and publicity 'given the organiza organization
tion organization of that name in the investiga investigations
tions investigations in Washington.

TO PATRONS OF

PRIMARY SCHOOL

Arrangements have been made

whereby the children of the primary

school may secure milk to use with

their lunches, if their parents wish

them to have this. Half -pint bottles I
of milk from a sanitary dairy will

be delivered at about ten o'clock each
morning and can be bought for five

cents. Notice should be given in ad

vance if the milk is wanted, so that

the order may be put in.

Miss Nellie C. Stevens.

INHERITED WEALTH.
The late William K. Vanderbflt
arouses sympathy because of what he
once said about the inheritance of
great wealth. Poor fellow I His
daughter became an English duchess
and he was the grandfather of a mar

quis or two, but after all: "My life
was never destined to be Quite happy.
It was laid along lines which I could

foresee almost from earliest childhood.

It has left me with nothing to hope
fer, with nothing definite to seek or
strive for. Inherited wealth Is a big

handicap to happiness. It la as certain

death to ambition as cocaine Is to

morality. If a man makes money, no
matter how much, he finds a certain
happiness In its possession, for in the
desire to increase his business he has
a constant use for it But the man
who Inherits it has none of this. The
first satisfaction, and the greatest,
that of building the foundation of a

fortune, is denied him. He must la labor,
bor, labor, If he does labor simply to add
to an oversufBciency. That Is one an

swer to the question whether wealth

in Itself can ever make a man content
or develop real character, says Spring

field Republican. It does not cover
the ground, but so far as It goes it
covers one man's experience.

The American people are rapidly be

coming dejazzed, so the delegates to
the national music teachers' conven convention
tion convention in Chicago declared. The blood blood-stirring,
stirring, blood-stirring, If not the blood-curdling, mu

sic that makes America far from fa

mous in the musical world generally

has begun to lose Its allure. It never

had any charm. To undeveloped

minds, still In the primitive state of

the savage so far as music is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, jazz has an attraction. It sets
the feet to moving, even when It para paralyzes
lyzes paralyzes the brain, and dancing 'feet ap appear
pear appear to mark the dally lives of more
people than do the convolutions of
their brain cells, says St. Louis Globe Globe-Democrat.
Democrat. Globe-Democrat. We have been living in a
jazzy atmosphere for several years.
The whole world was upside down and
musically and artistically the people
ef the United States were worse la la-verted
verted la-verted than those of any other nation.

Dr. T. S. Adams of Yale university,
consulting expert for the internal
revenue department, says the tax col collecting
lecting collecting machinery of the government
is at the verge of a breakdown. It
probably has the full permission of a
large number of taxpayers to take a
good, long vacation.

"KDKF" has been decided upon as
the radio call at sea when medical at attendance
tendance attendance Is required. It seems like a
very happy selection. Nothing could
be more expressive of the way the
world looks to a passenger with a weak
stomach In rough weather.

Whatever it is that afflicts Con Congress,
gress, Congress, it would be fine if our speed
maniacs could catch it. Harrisburg
Patriot News.

Hemstitching
I am now prepared to do
all kinds of Hemstitching
on short notice by the latest
improved mothods.
Call phone 528.
Mrs. M. A. TENEYCK
703 E. Fifth St

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Merchandise ofHighesl "Quality
Known as the Best
For tliis sale we have repriced all goods in our Ready-to-wear
Department, Dry Good Department, Shoe
Department, Dependable Guaranteed Silks,
Floor Coverings and Household Linens.

Dress Goods

40-inch Stewart Canton JQ rQ
Crepe at &ivO
40-inch Stewart 0 QQ
Crepe Satin at J4.40

Yard wide satin all colors
at
Yard wide Skinner Pure
Silk Taffeta at

$1.39
$2.49

40-inch Mallinson's (Jjr ff
Chiffon Velvet at vOUU
40-inch Mallinson's Silk JC flft
Duveteen at -J0UU
And all Mallinson's Migel's Fancy

Silk Fabrics
at

$4.98

Yard wide Skinner Pure C0 A Q
Silk Satin at $fV

Ladies9 and Children's Shoe Department
In this department are represented the best brands of the best known shoe
manufacturers. Styles of the latest for street and evening wear. Experienced
fittings. Our prices are reduced to the demand of the prevailing lower quota quotations.
tions. quotations. Quality, however, not lowered.

Children's Shoes from
$5.00 down to

$1.50

Ladies' Shoes from
$10 down to

$3.50

Our stock is the best in town. Come and be convinced.

Household Linens and Floor Coverings

Special 100 White Dimity kf
Bedspreads 63x90, at J 1 5U
Special 50 White Dimity IQ Af
Bedspreads, 81x90, at Vt'lU

Special 50 Colored Dimity Bedspreads
63x90, Blue, .Pink and QO CA
Gold Stripe, at JDU

All wool Blankets, Beacon Indian Blankets and all Wool and Down Com Comforts.
forts. Comforts. Beautiful designs at 50 per cent lower than last ear prices.
A large Assortment of Silkoline Cretonne Art Draperies
m
to Beautify Every Home

50 dozen 18 x 36 Huck
Towels at

50 dozen 18-inch Hemmed ? 1 Pft
Napkins at vlOU

$1.90

50 Dozen Extra Large size Turkish Towels at $4.69

Wool Dress Goods
Serges, Tricotines, Poriet, Twill, Broadcloth, made by the famous Botany
Worsted Mills. None better. In all the street shades, ranging from $1.75 to
$4.00 per yard. v.

Ladies' Ready to Wear Department
A splendid selection of Coat Suits, Separate Coats, Silk and Wool Dresses
specially repriced for this sale on an average of 33 1-3 below the lowest regular
prices. Accessories in the same proportions Waists, Underskirts, Kimonas
and Bath Robes. i

Hosiery
Most complete stock of Hosiery for ladies and Children representing the
best known brands, especially priced Kayser Glove Silk Underwear, and
Munsing Union Suits.

Furs, Neck Pieces, Sweaters, Scarfs, Hand Bags and Gloves.
Complete Line, Newest Styles at Popular Prices.

Make your purchases during this sale and get the highest quality goods at
prices below inferior merchandise which we do not handle.

toem&niL'eiF Si Company
Ocala, Florida

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