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VOL. 27 OCALA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1921 : NO. 272
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AHhv.de of Japanese Toward China
Disturbing Toward Advocates Of
Washington, Nov, 19. (Associated
Press.) The precise attitude of Ja
pan toward China and toward arma armament
ment armament limitation is becoming more and
more the interrogation, point of the
conference and naval experts are
wondering whether Japan will raise
a direct issue with thu United States
by proposing material changes in the
naval ratio fixed in the American
plan, which it is announced the Unit United
ed United States will firmly stand for.
JAPAN STANDS ALONE
Great Britain is officially on record
as willing to abandon her spheres of
influence and exclu id ve territorial
privileges in China; France has al already
ready already indicated her willingness to do
eoj the favorable position of J the
United States is well known, and
Japan's is one of general acceptance
of the principle of abandonment, tha
with conditions that may impose some
difficulty. Japan madle a statement
today on far eastern questions and it
is understood all delegation heads ex expressed
pressed expressed agreement at least in prin principle
ciple principle with Chinese views.
ETIQUETTE OF THE' FLAG
MUST BE RESPECTED
Jacksonville, Nov. 19. The laxity
of some persons in observing military
regulations in the use of the Ameri American
can American flag for decorative purposes has
aroused the ire of Major W. L. Car Car-bine,
bine, Car-bine, veteran of the Spanish and
world wars, and he lis authority for
the statement that hereafter infrac infractions
tions infractions of flag etiquette will be prose prosecuted.
cuted. prosecuted. The Jacksonville veteran in a
tetter to a local newspaper referred
to use of the flag for decorative pur-
4pcgea en Armistice Pay and pointed
out that it should never be festooned
but allowed to fly free and explained
Irregular, U3e of the flag was un
doubtedly caused by unfamiliarity
"with the rules of flag usage laid down
by the army and navy, he continued
and so fa ras he is concerned the vio
lators will be given another chance.
"Nothing will be dene about it this
time, the major said. "Nothing has
been said about it before. But here
after if there are any infringements
oa the rules of the flag there will be
action in the courts. I mean it."
PROPOSITION SUPPORTED BY
BRITISH LABOR PARTY
London, Nov. 19. (By Associated
Press). A manifesto issued teday by
the labor party in behalf of the whole
labor movement- in Great Britain,
promises support of ; any steps Bec Bec-essary
essary Bec-essary to niake the American propos proposals
als proposals for naval armament reduction ef effective,
fective, effective, and calls for extension of the
proposal to all formjs of armament.
J5rs. Blanche Thompson, teacher of
the ; high seventh grade, was ; most
pleasantly surprised one morning last
week when one of her pupils stepped
forward at the opening exercises and
in a few well chosen words presented
her with a handsome fountain pen, a
gift from the room.
Mr. D. E. Mclver, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Johnson and Mr. "Jim Howell re returned
turned returned yesterday from Jacksonville,
where they visited the state fair.
They made the trip in Mr. Mclver's
car. Mr. Mac praised the fair, espe especially
cially especially the hog exhibit," in which Mar Marion
ion Marion loomed up large.
is on the
Jab at his
111 Ft. Eksg Avecue
Where you can get your
work done on short notice.
Cut out this ad and bring
it with you and you will get
a to per cent reduction on
I CM EI
The United Statesman Well Afford to
Junk the West Virginia. If Its
Proposition is Accepted
Washington, Nov. 19. Launched
as one of the proudest, greatest bat battleships
tleships battleships ever designed by the Ameri American
can American navy, only to be scrapped within
p few months, appeared to be the fate
of the superdreadnaught West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia today when she slipped ':. from
the ways of the Newport News Ship Shipbuilding
building Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. The
American naval reduction plan pre presented
sented presented to the armament conference
provides for scrapping the West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, which is in the same class and
power as the Maryland, soon to be
commissioned, and if the American
plan is accepted the West Virginia,
which is about sixty-five per cent
complete will never be finished.
DR. HENRY'S PLATf ORM
In response to a petition from a
number of citizens of the first ward,
I am a candidate for the city council
from that ward.
I appreciate the confidence shown
by those signing my petition and
fully realize the responsibility I
would assume to the citizens of Ocala
should it be their pleasure to elect me
to this office.
In common with all good citizens I
am in favor of an economical and effi
cient administration of the city
Inasmuch as our present city char
ter provides for a city manager, I
am unreservedly in favor of putting
it into operation and giving it a fair
I am unable to. see any reason why
a generally accepted and well tested
business method should not work as
well when applied to public as to pri private
vate private business and feel confident that
with a competent man devoting his
whole time to the business of the city
and assisted by a council representing
the citizens we 'may expect better re results
sults results than under our present method
of procedure. :
'I have lived in Marion county for
a number of years and though only a
resident of our city for a compara comparatively
tively comparatively short period of time, I am, as
a property owner and taxpayer," as
much concerned as any citizen in all
that mayXadd to the prosperity and
progress of our city. H. W. Henry.
FREIGHT RATES WILL BE MORE
FAVORABLE TO FLORIDA
A dispatch from Washington says:
'The news received here today of an
early reduction of ten per cent in
freight rates on citrus fruits and all
farm products in indeed gratifying to
me," states Senator Park Tramjnell,
who has been unusually active fe,r
some time trying to bring about a.
reduction in ; freight rates. Senator
Trammell says that while this reduc-
ion is not as much as it should be it
will assist toward relieving the peo
ple of his state from the present ex exorbitant
orbitant exorbitant freight rates. This pro
posed reduction and the repeal of
the government tax on -freight and
passenger charges, which repeal is in
ine with the fight made by Senator
Trammell, will mean a reduction of
about fifteen per cent in freight on
citrus fruits, vegetables and other
farm products produced in Florida.
Senator Trammell vigorously opposed
atd voted against the present rail
road law under which the railroads
have, been making such high freight
and passenger charges, and was prob probably
ably probably the first member of either branch
of Congress that begun- an active ef
fort for a reduction in freight rates
and fofThe repeal of the government
tax on transportation charges. He
has done all that he could to force the
freight reduction and to have the tax
Mr. John D. Robertson, who has
been confined to his home by-illness
for several weeks, is able to be out
and ride around again.
Beginning Dec. 6th, in the Ocala
House block, circle No. 1 of the Pres
byterian Auxiliary will have on dis
play in their Japanese Gift Shop
novelties, correspondence cards, pic
tures, lunch sets, pongee, fans, rice
wafers, kimonas, Tenogui, etc It
A Thanksgiving service will be
held at 7 o'clock Thursday morning,
conducted by the young people of the
Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist
churches. A more complete an
nouncement will be made later.
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cup of tea, condies, etc 19-St
Casualty list Shorter than Indicated I
By First Reports, But It Is
Lengthy Enough I
Little Rock, Nov. 19. Reports oil-
twelve killed and approximately 25
injured were received here over crip-
pled lines of communication today,
followmth storm Thursday night,
which did extensive damage nvthe
vicinity of Mena, Arkansas, Arkadel-1
phia, Malvern and other points The
7V r T County Board of Trade expects to
the K. E. Weems home, where eight i , . T
,. ,,.,, , have m Ocala on a date m January
were killed, but the storm struck aT s i t
Inmber camp at Arkadelphia where
it is reported one was killed and
twenty injured, and three deaths and
A LETTER FROM MR. THOMAS
luiitor itarL l was very sorry, in-
deed, to note in the editorial columns
of yesterday's Star that you had
again started your antagonism
against me as you did in the muni-
cipal campaign of, 1917. I assure you
that it was not appreciated by myself I
or Dr. Peek, either. I
You undoubtedly stumbled and
fell upon the truth for once in regard
to my absence from the council meet-
ings during my first year. I do notlmercjai organizations throughout the
snow just now many oi me meetings
1 missed, but I do know 1 was out ornems that come before them
the state for several months as my
business connections with the Ameri
can Potash Company in Georgia, of
which I was manager, demanded my
; personal attention in tnat state ana
should I have known this when my
petition was filed, I certainly would
have never consented to become a
candidate for alderman at large, for
I do feel and know it is the duty of
every alderman and also the mayor
tc be present at every meeting pos-
have handed my resignation to the
council, but 1 expected eyery week
that it might be possible that I could"
again soon return to ucaia anu wk
alter uiy auaira uere.
Now, as to my changing my mind
&h? tYte FfyMethod Company,
wlu gayi wplamu u rruKU.
iy aDOUi tms matter in my letter.
which was printed in the Star last
weanesaay, tne xotn, ana i ao tnmK
the general public appreciates the
A I T A. 1- 1 4. 4.V T4 I
suulul7 jy:iijr uuuw vuc f .X.-
ley method type of paving.
4 it- -Ii i T 11
as to wie city enguieer, x
tViinlc. in fart. T lmnw that if voul.
will make a canvass, of the city offi-
cmis you wm una tnat mr. A.
Thomas is the man who is responsible
for the change of opinion with prac
tically the whole city council. I do
no; uow J"st X-
Tnnmo a threw a m nnVcv wrpnrn into
. w. - 5
tnewor, duu ao tmn tnat u. you
naa saia tongue insteaa oi monsey
wrench it would have been more ap-
Tk.ro i. ,it o f.S mAn nr T
V. ACT J MOW M T i4V4V Vf V
wish to say and. I will endeavor to
make them as plain and frank as pos
sible. You stated that I first changed
my mind about Will Taylor and when
you said this, Mr. Benjamin, you told
one of the blackest lies that ever left
your lips, and if you are any gentle-
man. von will ith. ln fftP
printing such a lie or either resent
my statement to me personally. It is
very plain to see, Mr. Benjamin, that
you want to leave the-impression with
the general -public thal-was "really
tryingjfco. hieldnhVWill Taylor mat matter,
ter, matter, and I warn you now that if you
attempt to throw the least reflection
. i i j-
on me as to being a party to a dis
honest act of any nature, then you
and I will most assuredly have serious
trouble for there is such a thing as
the editor of the Ocala Star going
just one step too far and I advise you
to carefully watch your s'tep.
A. T. Thomas.
MISS NORMAN NOT MISSING
Orlando, Nov. 19. A statement
was made from the sheriffs office to today
day today that Rena Norman, a witness in
the Lena Clarke-Patterson case, was
served with a subpoena today to ap appear
pear appear at the trial, and that reports
that she was missing probably origi originated
nated originated from attempts of the Osceola
sheriff to loacte her for the Patterson
habeas corpus proceedings.
All Baptist women living on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha and north of Ocala, are request requested
ed requested to meet at the tome of Mrs. O. E.
Cox, 330 Oklawaha, Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock. The purpose of
the meeting is to bring the ladies to together
gether together that the church mziy do better
Intends to Greatly Widen the Scope
Of Its Influence by Joining The
, 7 77
n3S mfi10 J Till of inn t rv -m om KnpchTT
United Stateg .This
local commercial organization access
t the vagt store of information
thg handa of the United state3 cham.
. , , ..... A
aim euauitr uie lucai ouuy 10 ia&e
advantage of the organization service
lf national The
ization servke bureau of the United
States chamben Mn Brown is one
of the beg the fc cd
in this country. He has a vast amount
of information on the work of com
mercial bodies at his finger tips, and
if present plans are carried out Mr.
Biown will during January visit the
boards df trade and chambers of com-
merce of Florida. He will be able to
help not only the secretaries and the
officers of the organizations with
their problems, but will be able to
answer many of the questions that
members of commercial organizations
have. Mr. Brown can give himself.
cr eet from the files in his office in
Washington, the experience of com
country on the multitudinous prob
L. fIw A,,lt..r. nA nnrtiit.
Of Marion County Will be Pub
lished by the Board of Trade,
" Aided by County Agent
The Marion County Board of Trade
is. with the co-oneration of Mr. K. C.
Moore county agricultural agent
t nHisL niltvnri.
Itativp iTifoTriatinn on tViA ntrrirnltiir-p
and horticulture of the county. There
na littnr(1 ftn thb vnHm,a rmna
!f the county available at present It
i. 0 f tha1. tn ,
thp nf tht So-rotaro nf
Road f Trn Thp nn nrinfllA
information now available that
touches jn particular upon the agri.-
ft Mflrift rnnr,.v Tn ,r,r,lv
the need committees of successful
Penrai Cron fa?, tmok fp.
livestock men and citrus fruit
.rg are meeting today in the office of
It. ntr(JT,t in tha ,lr,co
at the request of the Board of Trade,
i i.f j rnnsinpr nam that has hppn nrp.
pared on the varioug cropg It
. ot bfi possi51e to give detailed and
definite infomation on the crops, but
an effort will be made to prepare data
that will give to the inquirer concern-
g Marion county a general and au
thoritative idea of the possibilities
iand requirements of agriculture in
this section of the state
J eyj'd'eyc e IS STRONG
I AGAINST ACCUSED
Tampa, Nov. 19. The trial of the
pay.,c bifditscase U toda'
unt.ll Mon.da.y after several Wltnfss
had testified regarding the alleged
attempt of- Arthur Gill, DeWitt Ad
ams, Philip LaCata and two others
unidentified' UP an "tomobile
Mrs. E. L. Carney returned home
yesterday afternoon from Lakeland,
where she attended the Confederate
reunion. Mrs.. Carney went as ma-
tn of honor. She reports a delight-
uui nine eib iue icuuiuu anu saw uiaiiy
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(COURTESY BATTLE & CO. )
1 NEW YORK COTTON
Spots 17.30; futures closed
No Liverpool quotations Saturdays.
Open High Low Close
. 108 H J0'J 107 107
1114 112!4 110 110U
December 40 49 48
May ..... 54 55 53
December 33 U 33 32
May ,...t 38 38 38
Negotiations Between the Govern Government
ment Government and Sir. Ford Came Todav
To a Sudden Halt
' Washington, Nov. 19. Negotia Negotiations
tions Negotiations between government officials
and Henry Ford, over the latters of offer
fer offer for the purchase and lease of the
Muscle Shoals, Ala., nitrate and wa water
ter water power project, came to a sudden
halt today. Officials said the offer
would be considered in conferences
later but the conference date was not
HENRY RETURNS HOME
Henry Ford left Washington for
New York in his private car today,
after an informal call last night at
the home Of Secretary Weeks, where
he explained that private business
necessitated the trip.
Secretary Weeks has been confined
to his home by indigestion but pro
posed to return to his office this aft
ernoon and it is possible from the in
formation Mr. Ford gave other offi
cials yesterday, that Secretary Weeks
may be able to report to Congress
without a further conference with Mr.
AUXILIARY KNOWS HOW
TO PROVIDE THE EATS
Will Have a Lunch Counter in
Rest Room at the Marion
The American Legion will have a
lunch counter at the Marion County
Fair.' It will be located in one cor-:
ner bf the rest room building, and
will be in charge of Mrs. J. W. Dumas
and Miss Mary Burford. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds fro mthe lunches served -will
be used for the ex-soldiers in the
United States public health service
hospital at Lake City. The lunch
counter of the auxiliary, therefore,
promises to be one of the most popu popular
lar popular places on the fair grounds during
the coming week. The ladies in charge
are especially desirous of having all
the er-service men visit the Junch
room. The members of the legion
post are ready to "tell the world"
that the ladies of the Woman's Aux
iliary know how to put out "good
eats," and that anyone who fails to
get in the mess line at the auxiliary
lunch room is going to miss a real
Cho-Cho, the health clown, appear
ed at the Temple theater today, from
12 to one o'clock, and gave a talk on
health, the value of eating the right
kind of things and the wrong, in
eating the things that have no nutri
tious value. He said that milk and
ee-ers were the two foods that are ab
solutely necessary to a person's diet,
also the benefits of cocoa and choco
late made of milk and not the kind of
milk that comes in a can.
Among the beneficial foods h?r men
tioned eating plenty of green vege
tables for children, but such vege vegetables
tables vegetables as peppers, cucumbers, rad radishes
ishes radishes and pickles should be thrown
in the trash cam Cho-Cho said this
applied particularly to children, but
the same advice was good advices for
grown-ups too, especially milk and
butter and why grown-ups should
give up drinking milk has always
been a mystery to him, unless it is a
lack of brains.
In the cooking of food the three
"B's" were emphasized boil, broil
Excellent health rules were playing
out of doors, sleeping with the win win-dews
dews win-dews wide open and drinking plenty
of water every day. He told why the
teeth should be brushed every day and
the correct way to brush them, and
the bad habits of neglecting this
practice, such as decay, toothache,
All of thi3 excellent advice was not
a dry lecture but presented and il illustrated
lustrated illustrated in such a way as to appeal
to -children of all ages and to be re remembered
membered remembered by them.
Cho-Cho concluded with some
"stunts" that greatly amused his au audience.
dience. audience. The temple was literally filled with
children and a number of grown-ups
took advantage of the occasion. Cho Cho-Cho
Cho Cho-Cho the health clown, has been all
over the country, under the auspices
of the Children's Welfare Organiza Organization
tion Organization of New York and in this state
under the State Federation of Wom
an's Gabs. He was brought to Ocala
by that live and up-to-date organiza organization,
tion, organization, the Business and Professional
Woman's Club of Ocala and in every
way fulfilled the good reports that
had preceded his appearance.
Is Now Over the Great Lakes And
Expected to Sweep Across Cohb Cohb-try
try Cohb-try to the Atlantic
Washington, Nov. 19 The weather
bureau announced today that storm
warnings are being displayed on the
Atlantic coast from Cape Hatteras to
Eastport, Maine. A storm of marked
intensity is reported over the Great
Lakes, moving eastwards.
IT WILL LASH THE GULF ALSO
Storm warnings have also been dis
played from Cedar Key, Florida, to
Bay St. Louis, Miss.
COLD WEATHER COMING
Washington, Nov. 19. A cold wave
for the South, with the exception of
the Florida peninsula, is forecast to
day by the weather bureau. An in
tense cold wave has already over overspread
spread overspread the northwestern states and is
steadily advancing eastward.,
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Nov. 19. Cold weath weather
er weather with freezing temperature is the
forecast for next week for the inten inten-ior
ior inten-ior of the South Atlantic and east
gulf states except southern Florida.
The weather will be generally fair
but with prospects of rain the middle
of the week-
RAISING THE MONEY
Beerlin, Nov. 19. (By Associated
Press). Hugo Stinnes, German in industrial
dustrial industrial magnate, left here for Lon
don last night at the invitation of
Premier Lloyd George, according to
the Lokal Anzeiger, today. Presum Presumably,
ably, Presumably, says the announcement", Stinnes'
visit is in connection with German
BURNS AND HIS PALS
PUT UNDER BONDS
Tampa, Nov. 19. Captain Robert
Burn3 and four members of the crew
of the schooner C. C. Jr., captured in
the gulf last week, were bound over
under bonds of $2000 each today by
federal court, charged with trans transporting
porting transporting liquor and attempting to
bribe officers! They made the requir required
ed required bonds.
BIG 'HAUL MADE IN
ST. PAUL BY BURGLARS
"St. Paul, Minn, Nov. 19. Three
robbers, who entered the Gittle Son
Jewelry Company store last night
overpowered Harry Weisman, man manager,
ager, manager, upon his arrival today, forced
him to open the safe door and shut off
the burglar alarm, and escaped with
jewels valued at $ 100,000, according
to the police.
AN UNIQUE FLORIDA TOWN
. Melrose, Nov. 19. Melrose is uni unique
que unique among American towns with pos possibly
sibly possibly a few exceptions, in that it lies
in four counties. The four are Alach Alachua,
ua, Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Putnam,
which meet here.
Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Lambert of
Tallahassee, arrived in Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday and are guests of Mrs. Lambert's
sister, Mrs. J. P. Galloway. Rev. Lam
bert leaves today for Willis ten,
where he will conduct a revival meet
ing with Rev. E. A. Burnett, of the
Baptist church. Rev. Lambert is one
of the Baptist state enlistment evan evangelists.
gelists. evangelists. Mrs. Lambert will remain in
town during the fair.
Colder weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
coming, and you will
need that New Suit,
Overcoat, and extra
We tailor them t o fit
and fit to wear.
120 S.lZ!cLi Sired
la a Driving Storm Today, Fjy?t Train
Struck a Funeral Procession
Near Lyoes, HL
Chicago, Nov. 19. -A fast Santa
Fe train crashed into a f uneral lim limousine
ousine limousine daring a driving snowstorm
near Lyons today and seven persons
were instantly killed, according to
railroad officials, but witnesses said
they counted eleven bodies.
TOOK HIS SON'S
PLACE IN THE RANKS
Jacksonville, Nov. 18. That his
dead son's place in the Eighty-Second
Division section of the Armistice Day
parade here might not be unoccupied,
George C DeSaussure, gray 'haired
father of the late Lieutenant Edward
C DeSaussure, for whom the
local American Legion post is named.
marched in the ranis with the world
war veterans. Mr. DeSaussure is
manager of the Jacksonville branch
of the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bark.
Lieutenant DeSaussure was killed
ir. the Argorme in October, 1919. He
had been wounded "and was sent to a
field dressing hospital but knowing
his company had been thrown into the
center of a bitter fight, he destroyed
the tag that identified him as having
been wounded and rejoined his com command.
mand. command. The body of Lieut. DeSaussure
which was buried where he fell will
remain in France, his parents having
expressed the desire that it rest there.
CRACKERS AND ROSIN
CHEWERS WILL MEET DEC 3
Chapel Hill, N. O, Nov. 19. The
University of Florida and North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina will play a post-season football
game in Jacksonville December 3rd,
it Tas announced today.
STATE REALTORS MEET
IN MIAMI NOVEMBER 22-24
Miami, Nov. 19 The question of
a state license law for real estate
agents will be one of the principal
topics of discussion at the annual
convention of the Florida Realtors
Association here November 22-24. S.
Bryan Jennings, president cf the
Jacksonville Real Estate Board and
vice president of the association, will
lay the matter before the convention.
Why I Am Opposed to Sunday Sell
ing of Real Estate," by W. UcKee
Kelly, St. Petersburg, also a vice
president of theassociation, will be
subject of an address, while co-operation,
the value of advertising and
many different subjects will be dis
JOHNNY J. JONES WILL BE
AT MARION'S BIG FA II
The announcement that Johnny 2.
Jones Exposition will be here all next
week gave pleasurable anticipation to
all amusement seekers for this com company
pany company holds an enviable reputation for
ipplying pretentious, meritorious
and clean attractions.
The engagement cf Johnny J.
Jones Exposition will give local color
to the fair, as Mr. Jones has sumptu sumptuous
ous sumptuous winter quarters at Orlando, where
all winter some 200 men are coniant coniant-ly
ly coniant-ly employed in building the wajon,
machinery, sho wfronts and other es
sential paraphernalia that go to make
this mammoth organization.
Johnny J. Jones is the amusement
purveyor for many fairs, exhibitions,
etc., throughout the country, and the
public of this community has gro j
to know that in witnessing any at attraction
traction attraction vouched for by his name be being
ing being attached to it is a guarantee cf
something worth while.
-A special feature of the jpreser.t
season lies in the fact that Jchzry J.
Jones introduces many new amuse amusement
ment amusement devices, four of which have
have never been exploited m public,
and three of these "gloom destroyers'
can only be seen in the Jones Exposi Exposition,
tion, Exposition, as they will not be exMlil-.d
anywhere except with the Jones ag aggregation.
gregation. aggregation. REAL ESTATE
Deal with the man who d:c3 t ?
most business. "There is a P,--:. -.-..
James Hall, representir j E. A. Ctrct
Farm Agency, largest in t'..-:- v orl
Ten Eyck, 703
WANTED Eritlfcj to
pp..-fiasl, a Fori
Phone 5CS, Free C cllvcry
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Pay your state and county taxes
before Dec. 1 and save 2 per cent.
Next to-ajnisei3 heart, the most
soulless thing, in the ..world is a cold
biscuit. We hope our favorite waiter
will see this. -"'
Washington is now the capital of
the .world. Times-Union.
But New York has a clove hitch on
the world's capital.
Deliver us from (the man who has
just" enough religion to make him
want to ; quarrel with others on the
subject. St. Petersburg Times.
Taxes are heavy, but as long as this
country pays several times as much
for amusements and luxuries as it
does for the expenses of government,
it is not so badly oil. ;
President Harding's Birmingham
speech is much more severely crit
icised, by the "advanced" negro, press
of the north than by the democratic
papers of the South.
Judge Wm. E. Gober. has received
his commission as United States dis
trict attorney, for Southern Florida,
and will make his home in Tampa.
Ocala is in his district.
The, poet wrote "I. kissed her under
the silent stars," and the linotype
operator set it "I kissed her under the
cellar stairs," but that was before
poets began to use typewriters.
The public autos. will make, a flat
rate of 25 cents one way .from the
square to the fair grounds, or from
the fair grounds to the square, dur during
ing during the fair. This is a very reason reasonable
able reasonable tariff.
We are not surpi-ised to learn that
the Miami Herald won the four first
prizes in newspaper competition at
the state fair. It is; a very. hand handsomely
somely handsomely made up and clearly printed,
as weir as well edited, paper.
Superintendent McKenzie and : his
force are steadily extending the white
way. Lamps now sbine on the. south,
side of Broadway j 'from r the Court
Pharmacy to the Commercial Bank,
and on the west side of .: Magnolia
from the bank to Greene's drugstore.
It is likely that the square will be
ringed and both sides of Magnolia
bordered to Washington street with
the big lamps by the time the fair
is open. . t ..
Elsewhere we print a letter; from
Mr. A. T. Thomas, in which he prac practically
tically practically warns us that we criticise his
candidacy and his official acts and ut utterances
terances utterances at our periL We should ex extremely
tremely extremely dislike to haive any personal
trouble, with Mr. Thomas, and we do
not see any need of any. His official
acts and his utterances as a candi-
FEB. TYV LO)E Of MiUtE,
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tauc .vjwenTa eoSTOAE.
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A'aOUT WOVU TVGWf MOMEN
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so vA'Attav :
date are legitimate subjects for crit criticism,
icism, criticism, and we expect to apply, to them
such, criticism as we see. fit. Mr.
Thomas can always have : any mis misstatement
statement misstatement in this paper ; corrected,
without making any threats, and he
can also hare space to answer any
charges it. makes. But we do not in intend
tend intend to be bulldozed by him or anyone
else. If there is any trouble between
us it will result from his actions, and
in all kindness, and with more regard
for him than for ourself we, in re return,
turn, return, advise him to watch his own
step. .This town will be in a hellofa-
fix whenever one man, or a combina combination
tion combination of jnen, can bully its newspapers
into- silence. t s, Ti W". ; ','
DRAWING TIIE LINE BETWEEN
NEWS AND SCANDAL
1 Th Star highly approves of the
following from the Palm Beach Post:
Not Fit to Print
The Tampa Tribune has some tart
and pertinent words to say regarding
the rush of syndicate" matter which it
in common with till other newspapers
is being offered oa the Arbucke case,
and which it is not using.
"We are told that all 'enterprising
and progressive newspapers are snap snapping
ping snapping up these offers." That may be.
Our answer is that, the Tribune must
then confess that it isn't 'enterprising
and j progressive.' Because it has re refused
fused refused all such offers and it has made
the resolve that as little. of the Ar Ar-buckle
buckle Ar-buckle trial as possible will find pub publication
lication publication in its columns. It has con
sistently 'killed' most of the stuff
which has come over the wires since
the 'first sensational break' of this
sordid" story of degeneracy. If Gou-
veneur Morris wants to debase him
self and commercialize his God-given
talent by spinning- yarns of the im
morality involved in that hotel room
scene, let him do so, but his pay will
come from others. Not a word of his
epic will appear in the Tribune
There is "but one more point of gen
eral r interest in the : Arbuckle case.
That is whether or not punishment is
to be inflicted. But the detail of the
trial the laying bare of lives that
should call on the hills to hide them
f oreyerft-such 'news' is not fit to print
in any paper boasting its appeal to
the home and home circle. Frankly,
we say to you, if you want the affairs
of 'Fatty" and his ; paramours for
your morning reading, you should rely
on, some other paper for -you will not
find them in the Tampa Tribune."
t Our hand on it, friend. The Post,
although it said nothing at the time
when the Arbuckle case was first be
fore the public not only discarded all
feature material pertaining to it, but
applied the. shears right .vigorously to
the news dispatches and without a
twinge of conscience on the score of
"suppressing", news. It expects to do
the same thing throughout the trial,
and in the case of any other stories
of. a similar nature. Our readers will
be.. informed briefly on the progress
and outcome of the trial, but since
this is a newspaper and not a scandal
sheet it: will not aid in -airing the
loathsome details. We do not propose
to debauch our own columns or read
ers by purveying any ; such material
now,, or, at any other time. The Post
has "furthermore refused advertise advertisements
ments advertisements of "features' capitalizing crime
an dsordid revelations on the .lives of.
those who figure in it.
The United States plans to scrap
its war vessels, other nations as well.
Secretary Hughes presents this plan
to the world disarmament conference.
wnat s tne good or scrapping war
vessels when they could be converted
into .commercial purposes and recon reconverted
verted reconverted ; Into- fighting machines should
it be necessary -Summerfield Chron
That matter was thrashed -out dur
big the world war, friend Collens. A
warship' isn't built to carry cargo or
passengers, and can't be converted to
If any bandit gang clashes with the
marines who are now guarding post post-offices
offices post-offices and valuable mail consign consignments,
ments, consignments, it won't be difficult to name
the winner. Providence Journal.
The bandits know that the marines
are tough customers to deal with, and
since the postmaster general has told
them where the marines will be on
duty they will rob the mails where it
is safe to rob them. Times-Union.
Even a marine, shut up in a mail
car,, will, be at a disadvantage against
two or more men on the outside.
'Baxter H. Patterson, jointly indict indicted
ed indicted at Orlando with Lena Clarke, for former
mer former postmistress at West Palm
Beach, on a charge of first "degree
murder in connection with the killing
of F. A. Miltimore, has been released
on $5000 bond. I .This, shows the court
does not believe Patterson was guilty
of the murder.
"Something is going to happen; we
h,nvent seen a single reference to nor normalcy
malcy normalcy for a whole week. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Kuklux Klan has been off the
front page, for a much longer time
There will be fewer divorce suits
among the "prominent class" if. the
newspapers ever decide a. divorce suit
must' be carried as advertising.
Jacksonville Metropolis. ,,
Let's form a combination and do
The semaphore and alarm put up
by the Seaboard Air Line at the Exposition-
street crossing is working
well and saving many lives. The pub-
lie will please remember that Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Burns of the Seaboard says
that he had that semaphore installed
on account of the Steins protest
against the unguarded crossing. We
must say Mr. Burns has more regard
for the safety of our people than
some of our own citizen i have.
In his platform, Mr. A.. T. Thomas,
candidate for mayor, iiays, among
"Fifth and last. I am in favor of
disposing of the present city engi engineer."
neer." engineer." Since this appeared ict print, sev
eral citizens have inquired of the
Star why does Mr. Thomas, if dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with the presetit city engi engineer,
neer, engineer, wait until he. is niayor before
disposing of him. He is a far more
favorable position now to prize Mr.
Yeung loose from his job than he will
be as mayor. The mayor cant fire
the engineer. The coumcil can, and
Mr. Thomas, from his own accounts,
is a very influential member of the
council. Let him perform on Mr.
Young at once.
Well bet he doesn.t
Fred Cubberly of Gainesville, has
been nominated by President Hard Harding
ing Harding to be attorney for the northern
district of Florida. Mr. Cubberly is
well known in Ocala. He served in
the office to which he is again ap appointed
pointed appointed under the Taft administra administration.
tion. administration. He relieves John L. Neely,
WORKING AGAINST FLORIDA
The following from the New York
Herald shows one of Florida's handi
What has become of oar American
shipping? Having been ordered by
my physician to take a trip south, -I
called at one of the large tourist of offices
fices offices with the object in view of going
to "Florida. A polite ticket clerk told
me that they didTh'ot sell any more
tickets to Florida, in fact didnot
kr.ow anything about it, but he did
know about eevry place else out on
Mother Ocean. He finally convinced
me that Bermuda was the place to go.
From what information I could get
out of the ticket clerk tie American
lines have no agencies and1 the clerks
boom English islands.
New York November 12.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
John J. Neighbour,. Rector
Sunday Next Before Advent
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "The Power of Appre
No evening service.
Thanksgiving service on Thursday
at 10 a. m.
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Sabbath Observance."
fi:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Religious Teaching."
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.
11 a. m. Illustrated sermon for
children. Baptism of children preced preceding
ing preceding Eermon.
6 p. m.- Epworth League service.
7 p. m. Evening service. Sermon
by Dr. Buhrman.
- Rev. C. I Collins. D. D.f Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday scnooL
11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon
subject, "A Call to Remember God's
6:30 p. m. Junior, Intermediate
and Senior divisions of the B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Sub Subject
ject Subject of sermon, "A Strange Guest."
This5 is a verbatim reproduction of a
notable sermon by Dr. J. C Massee,
one of the most noted preachers in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Better go to church."
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
- Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhiigh 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.
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
Flaconettes perfumery put up in
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 2S4. 16-t
.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.
This is a Stndebaksr ye.tr. tf
CHAMPIONS CAUSE OF
FORMER SERVICE MEN
A dispatch from Washington says:
Demand was made in the Senate
yesterday for an investigation of the J
charge that Postmaster General Hays
disregards the rights of former.serv former.serv-ice
ice former.serv-ice men in the selection of postmas postmasters.
ters. postmasters. Senator Fletcher, of Florida, demo democrat,
crat, democrat, brought the question before the
Senate by reading a telegram he had
received from Mayor George R. Lunn,
of Schenectady, N. Y., which stated
that Edwin G. Conde had been nomi
nated postmaster of Schenctady, not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding the fact that two vet
erans of the world war were eligible.
Mayor Lunn wanted to know whether
the law giving preference to former
service men in the appointment of
postmasters was still in effect. He
characterized the failure to name a
former service man in Schenctady as
"a glaring disregard of the rights of
former service men."
Senator Fletcher replied to Mayor
Lunn to the effect that while the dem democratic
ocratic democratic administration had given pref preference
erence preference to soldiers, "the present post postmaster
master postmaster general holds the act of Con Congress
gress Congress does not apply to postmasters."
The Senator requested that the
matter be referred to the committee
on postomces and post roads, so that
if they find existing law needs amend amendment
ment amendment to accomplish the preference
heretofore supposed to be provided
for, they may report such amend amendment.
ment. amendment. The committee is composed of
ten republicans and six democrats.
Senator Fletcher's telegram read
"Replying to your telegram, presi president
dent president submitted nomination Conde to
Senate yesterday. Democratic ad administration
ministration administration gave preference to hon honorably
orably honorably discharged service men if qual qualified
ified qualified to fill positions, but present post postmaster
master postmaster general holds act of Congress
does not apply to "postmasters. In
Florida an honorably discharged dis disabled
abled disabled service man, a democrat and
acting postmaster, was the only
qualified eligible result of recent com competitive
petitive competitive examination, but postmaster
general has requested commission to
hold another examination, obviously
so that a republican, not a service
man, may qualify and be appointed.
Such unjust treatment of former
service men by this administration
will be resented by all Americans, ir irrespective
respective irrespective of party affiliation."
MARION-DUNN MASONIC 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. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., 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. S.,
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.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
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. K. 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.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. j
meets every Tuesday evening at 7t30 ;
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the i
third story of the Gary block. A j
warm welcome always extended to
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
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.
The Frenchman who wants to start J.
' a school in the United States to teach j
; kissing probably thinks people kiss
a Is movie in real life. 'You can't
standardize It. anyway. And graceful-!
cess Is not the vital part of It, either."
Besides, we prefer the American plan, j
Columns of gas, some more than 700
yards high, are rising from the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican volcano of Popocatepetl. It is
bard to see the vaunted economy of
nature ia making It Impossible to com commercialize
mercialize commercialize so much good material now
going to waste.
Composers of modern Jazz music ar
Insisting that hotel orchestras must
pay them royalties for playing their
stuff. Wouldn't It be dreadful If the
orchestras had to fall back on some
real music whose copyright has run
Austria I, suing for possession of
the crown Jewels, sent t Switzerland
for safe keeping. They are worth 100. 100.-000,000
000,000 100.-000,000 gold francs, and what that
amounts to In Austrian paper money
we haven't the space to state.
The baby daughter of the Chinese
minister. In London s said to have
spoken both Chinese and English when
she was eighteen months old. At that
age the average American baby speaks
It is reported that Finland uses
street cars made .n the United States.
Now we know where ui these old cold
storage boxes on four wheels bave
ESst 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
A ATTEND THE
MARION COUNTY FAIR
; NEXT WEEK
Diamonds While in the city come to our new store in the
Watches Harrington Hall Hotel and inspect the splendid line of
Wrist Watches JEELiMY
- we'are showing. No matter what you need in this line
-Emblem Pins ,
" - we are in position to give you the very best goods at
Ingersoii Watches at niostre'asonable prices. We would especially call
your attention-to. the extensive line of guaranteed
Cmmuuity Silver warlTnSw -on hand.
If you are in need of eye-glasses, consult our
J. CHARLES SMITH
107 E. Ft. King Ate. h Complete
mi a Tinm
is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex ex-perie
perie ex-perie ce, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection heie all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of bur organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Kew Waiter ClapisaiE (
Call and see our Mid-Winter Models B
which are most attractive, exclusive il
and distinctive in style and materials;
at the same time strikingly reason- j!
able in prices.
Yisilt rs at the Fair arc cordially invited to make I
themselves at home ia cur store j
111 East Broadway
Until January 1st" we will sell
FURNITURE at greatly reduced
prices for cash. Phone 19 and let us
know your needs. Theus Bros. 15-tf
Salt n illct, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
. Ask for the new "sweet" Honeyboy
at the Federal Bakery. 15-6t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
.ttu. 1 can now give you the
very latest, up-to-date
Jk.'" methods, assuring you
?.3c v the most careful and
OR. K. J. WEinE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight f pecisliit
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, N0TE3IBER 19, 1921
aAiia i:' Audi
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ATURDAY AFTERKOON AND tHBIIT
Loin Steaks. 25c
Round Steak ......23c,
Chuck Roast 1.18c
Brisket Stew..-.- 15c
Rib Stew --12i2c
Sausage Meat, "That
Frc:t f.lzats and Groceries'
At the Residence of the late L. E. Lang
. on Lake Avenue, Ocala
On above date the personal prop erty of L. E. Lang, deceased,' will be
old at public auction. This consistsof one and two-horse plows; one and
two-horse cultivators, riding and walking; disc harrows; mowing ma ma-chines;
chines; ma-chines; rakes; wagons and harness; two ping horses; hay, corn and pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, and farm tools too numerous to mention. Terms of sale, cash. Sale
.tarts at 10 o'clock a. m. W. A. Knight
A New Limited Pullman, Dining, Observation Car and Coach Train
Effective from Jacksonville, Wednesday, November 16, 1921.
Daily Route No. 32
8m?CAOTe VM THROUGH EQUIPMENT
Ar. J ksonvllle Oio. 40) A.C.1 6:45 pm Jacksonville to Chicago.
liv. Jakso.nvllle...'A, C. Line 8:20 pm Jacksonville to Louisville.
A v. J-ksonvilte (No. 40) A.C.L. 6:45 pm Jacksonville to Cleveland.
Lv. Waycrosu ..A. C. Line 10:30 pm Jacksonville- Indianapolis.
A r. Albany. A. C. Line 1:45 am Jacksonville io G. Rapids
Ar. Macon -....A. C. Line 4:00 am
w" Atil5,!,T,AJ Vll am Jacksonville to Orana
Lv. .Atlanta. . . .1 & N. RR. 7:25 am Rapids and Mackinaw
Ar. KnoxvlUe. ...L, & RR.JL232pm City. uwuiw
Ar. Louisville. . .L. & N. RR. 9:30 pm
Ar. Cincinnati L. & N. RR. 9715 pm OBSERVATION 10-Se-
Lv. Cincinnati.. .Peima, Syst. 9:45' pm Hon SLEEPER JackMn-
Ar. Columbus Peama. Syst. 1:15 am vtile to Cincinnati.
Ar. Akron.. Penna. Syst. 6:35 am
At. Cleveland. Penna. Syst. 8:20 am P.mWR CARS Ocala.' f
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. Syst. 11:40 pm J at-ksonvllle.
Ar. Fort Wayne. .Penna. Syst. 6:15 am
Ar. Grand Raplda Penna. Syst. 11:55 am DIXIG CAR Jaekawa-
Ar. M'kinaw City Penn. Syst. 10:50 pm vllle to Cincinnati.
Ar. Cincinnati Penna. Syst 11:40 pm
Ar. Indianapolis. Penna. Syst. 6:45 am aonviii J.S-Jftf
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna: Syst. 11:40 pm Cklcai Jaek,,OBvU1
Ar. Lopansport. .Penna. Syst. 4:50 am ;
Ar. CHICAGO.... Penna. Syst. 7:55 am
.NOTE: Train does not run to Mackinaw CitylSundays. Sleeper
leaving tJcalla Fridays runs only to Grand Rapids.
For further information, detailed schedules, reservations, etc
apply to or address the undersigned.
JLRPDCK, Ticket Agent, A. C. Line, Ocala, Fla.
A. W. FRI10T, Div. Pass. Agt. J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass AzL
Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
- E. M. NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah. Ga.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad'of the South
Negotiable Storage Receipts Isaaed
Hff" MOVE, PACK, SHIP
. TME WIMBSSM MOTEL
In the hears of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
second to ViOna
I --ROBERT ALiMEYER.
L.Ai.i 7 Y UJ u
Mutton Leg 30c
Mutton Chops 35c
Mutton Shoulder 15c
Pork Chops ..... 20c
Pork Ham ...... .....10c
Pork Stew. 15c
Good Kind" 20c
W 'i i U O L- Is L v
r r8 r r
on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE KI0VL6
J. E. KAVANAUGH
By HAZEL SMITH.
Copyright- 111. Western. 2fwapapcr Unioa
I had served Monsieur le Marquis
faithful j for fifteen years. That Is
not so abort a time, s things go now nowadays,
adays, nowadays, for It seems that one changes
his butler as often i.s hla overcoat.
But Monsieur would Ctever let any of
hla servants depart. Besides, my fath father
er father had serred his father a lifetime.
We had had great trouble during the
five years preceding Monsieur's death,
for hla daughter became attached to a
worthy young man whom Monsieur
resolutely refused to allow within the
chateau. He was a sen of the Comte
de Mlnquette, but he was a Dreyfus Dreyfus-ardl
ardl Dreyfus-ardl Enough! France has been rent
In twain by the aSalr, and in our
home It was not otherwise. Mademoi Mademoiselle
selle Mademoiselle Henrietta wept bitterly but at
last she acquiesced to the inevitable,
and Monsieur Paul went to America,
But after my master died I conceiv conceived
ed conceived an idea. 4 had long wished to visit
America, for I had heard rumors from
returning visitors that a chef at the
Hotel Planksteak, New York, had in invented
vented invented a salad which was Identical
with the famous salad of my master.
Enough!, I must needs go, find the
thief, and ram his salad down his
"Mademoiselle Henrlette;, I said re respectfully,
spectfully, respectfully, the night before I sailed,
"can I be of service to you in
She looked up and I knew of what
she was thinking.
Jlly dear friend," she answered, "I
understand. But I cannot stoop to ask
Monsieur Paul to return to me. It
must be of his own accord.
"At least he should know that Mon Monsieur
sieur Monsieur le Marquis Is dead, I an answered.
Then heaven bless and guard you
In your dangerous venture, Jean Blr Blr-rabou,
rabou, Blr-rabou, she said.
Enough J Twelve days later behold
me, Jean Blrrabou, seated at a table
In the luxurious Hotel Planksteak.
Six salads did I order and consume
that day." And then, Just as I decide
that the rumor is false, the waiter
brings me the Salad Imaglnalre.
. I gasped, for there before me Is the
Identical salad of my master the Mar Marquis,
quis, Marquis, invented by him and known only
among the high aristocracy of France.
I fixed him with my eye.
"Who has invented this salad 7 I
"It Is L Monsieur," answered the
waiter, eyeing me bravely.
1 rose from my seat and took the
salad bowl, inverted It, and clapped it
on his head, so that the oil ran down
over his shirt front.
"Dog of a thief!" I hissed, "you stole
that salad." The waiters separated ust
I drew my card from my pocket and
presented It to the scoundreL
"Tour salad, I said, "Is ray master's
That evening his seconds called at
my boarding house.
True to my word, behold me in a
cellar at five o'clock the following
morning, my will made, my last mes message
sage message to Mademoiselle In an envelope
awaiting postage, my soul ready to
face the .future. I saw my enemy
tremble. They handed us our pistols.
My hand trembled ; the memory of
my master overcame me. I felt my
eyes filling with tears. I could not
longer see the scoundrel whom I was
so soon to kill.
Our weapons went off together. I
saw my foe standing unmoved, a smile
of malice playing upon his lips. I
fait a violent blow upon my breast breastbone.
bone. breastbone. I sank down In the straw?"
T forgive you, monsieur!" I said.
a he came toward me. "Walt till I
dla; then heap the straw over me.
; Gently h unbuttoned my coat and
felt for, the gaping wound. I closed
my ayes In agony. Lo! A moment
later and he was holding up a small.
"Tour wound Is but superficial.
monsieur." he announced. "See, I
have found the bullet."
The pellet was wrapped ln silver
foil. Slowly he peeled It off, disclos
ing to my anguished eyes a Brussels
sprout! It had fallen? harmlessly
upon my waistcoat.
I rose to my feet, stupefied. My
enemy came forward and held out his
hand to me.
"My dear friend Blrrabou," he said.
"Do you not know me 7
I looked, at him, and suddenly I
gasped from amazement. I had seen
his photograph upon mademoiselle's
"Monsieur Paul I" I exclaimed, and
"he bowed suavely.
- Enough! Think how nearly I came
to killing him whom I had set out to
find But we have returned to France
now,' and whenever Monsieur and
Madame Henrietta have guests it is
I, Jean Barrlbou. who makes the salad
of Monsieur le Marquis.
Too Closely United.
A British officer, who waa attached
to one of the commissions sent by his
country to the United States during
the World war, was the proud pos possessor
sessor possessor of a huge mustache. One even evening,
ing, evening, the story runs, there was a dance
held at one ol the suburban hotels near
Washington, and the lady with whom
this gallant officer waa dancing felt
that her hair was falling over her
ear. During the course of the waltz
she managed to fix it up with a hair hairpin.
pin. hairpin. At the end of the dance, however,
the officer was alarmed to find his
mustache pinned up with the lady's
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc For plants and
particualrs see F. W. Ditto. Ocala,
If youVe ever eaten better bread
and rolls than we wsrve you, tell us
about it. Federal Bakery. 15-t
A Man To
J. ALLEN DUNN
Coayrighf Bosbs MmtQ Co.
"NbT Tie laugbM. That wasnt
my gun. They thought it was. I
wanted to bring the thing to grfps.
But I wasn't fo-l enough to chuck
away my gun. That was a wrench J
was usin this morntn to fix the cabin
stove looks jest like an ottermatic
I stuck It in my Inside pocket. I was
haf a mind to shoot when tbey showed
their knives, but I' didn't want to use
my gun on that mess of hash.
He stood tall and broad above her,
looking down at the face that was
raised to his. Ralney, unnoticed as
yet; saw her eyes' bright with admira admiration.
tion. admiration. "You are a wonderful fighter," she
"Wonderful? What about you? A
man's woman! You raved the day.
Comln to me with them drills. An we
licked 'em. We. God!"
He swe.pt her up into his arms, lift lifting
ing lifting her in his big hands, making no
more of her than If she had been a
feather pillow, up till her face was on
a level with his, pressing her close,
while in swift, indignant rage she
fought back at him, striking futilely
while he held her, kissed her, and set
her down as Ralney sprang forward.
Lund seemed utterly unconscious of
the girl's revulsion.
"Comln to me with the drills!" he
said. "We licked "em. You an me to together.
gether. together. My woman !"
Peggy Simms had leaped back, her
eyes blazing. Lund came for her, his
.face lit with the desire of her, arms
outspread, hands open. Before Rainey
could fling himself between them, the
girl had snatched the little pistol that
Lund had set on the table and fired
She Seemed to Have Missed, Though
Lund Halted, His Mouth Agape,
point-blank. She seemed to have
missed, though Lund halted, his mouth
"You bis bully !" said Ralney. Now
that the time had come he found that
he was not afraid of Lund, of his gun,
of his strength. "Play fair, do you?
Then show it You asked me once why
I didn't make love to her. I told you.
But you, you foul-minded bully! All
you think of is your big body, to take
what It wants.
"Peggy. Will you marry me? I c
protect you from this hulking bra'
If It's to be a show-down between
and me," he flared at Lund, still gazing
as if stupefied, "let it come now.
The girl, tears on her cheeks that
were born from the sobs of anger that
had shaken her, swung on him.
"You?" she said, and Ralney wilted
under the scorn in her voice. "Marry
you?" She began to laugh hysterically.
trying to check herself.
"1 didn't mean vou enny harm." said
Lund slowly, addressing Peggy. "Why
I wouldn't harm yon, gaL You're my
woman: You come to me. I was jest
jest sorter swept off my hearin's.
Why," he turned to Rainey, his voice
down pitching to a growl of angry con contempt,
tempt, contempt, "you pen-shoven' whippersnap whippersnap-per,
per, whippersnap-per, I cud break you In ha'f with one
hand. You ain't her breed. But"
his voice chansd asraln "if It's a
shew-down, all right.
"If I was to fight you, over her. Td
kill you. D'ye think I don't respect a
good gal? D'ye think I don't know how
to love a gal right? She's my mate.
Not yours. But. It's up to you, Peggy
Simms. I didn't mean to Insult you.
An if you want him why it s up
to you to choose between' the two of
She went by Rainey as If he had
not existed, straight Into Lund's arras.
her face radiant, upturned.
"It's you I love, Jim Lund." she Kild.
"A man. My man."
As her arms went round his neck
she gave a little cry.
"I wounded you," she said, and the
tender concern of her struck Rainey
to the quick. "Quick, let me see."
"Wounded. lo 11!" laushed Lund.
"D'ye think that popgun of yores c'ud
stop me? The pellet's soniewheres In
my shoulder. Let It bide. By God.
yo're my woman, after all. Lund's
Ralney went np on deck with that
ringing In his ears. His humiliation
Wrr rtff STlftlv.. b rr'ed bnrfc
I--. r "1- Vr 'i
crossed "the 'promontory ne ertn r?rt
relieved at the- outcome. He was Dot
In love with her. He had known that
when he intervened. He had not even
told her so. His chivalry had spoken
not his heart. And his thoughts
strayed back to California. The other
girl. Diana though she was. would
never, in almost one breath, have shot'
and kissed the man she loved, A linger lingering
ing lingering vision of Peggy Simms beautr as
she had gone to Lund remained and
"Lund's right," he told himself.
"She's not of my breed."
Lund's Luck 1
Lund glanced at the geyser of spray
where the shell from the pursuing gun gunboat
boat gunboat had fallen short, and then at the
bank of mist ahead. They were In the
narrows of Bering strait, between the
Cape of Charles and Prince Edward's
point, the gold aboard, a full wind In
their sails, making eleven knots to the
The great curtain of fog was a mile
ahead. The last shell had fallen two
hundred yards short. Five minutes
more would settle It. Hansen had the
wheel. Lund stood by the taffrall2 his
arm about Peggy Simms. He shook a
fist at the gunboat, vomiting black
smoke from her funnel, foam about
"Well beat 'em yet," he cried.
t The next shell, with more elevation,
whined parallel with them, sped ahead,
and smashed Into the waves.
"Hold yore course. Hansen! No
time to zigzag. Got to chance it. D n
it. they know how to shoot!"
A missile had gone plump through
main and foresails,. leaving round holes
to mark the score. Another fairly
struck the main topmast, and some
splinters came rattling down, while
the remnants of the top-sail flapped
amid writhing ends of halyard and
They entered the beginning of the
fog,. curling wisps of It reached out,
twining over the bowsprlnt and head head-sails,
sails, head-sails, enveloping the foremast, swallow swallowing
ing swallowing the schooner as a hurtling shell
crashed Into the stern. The next In Instant
stant Instant the mist had sheltered them,
Lund released the girl and jumped to
. "Now then." he shouted, "well
fool 'em!" He gripped the spokes,
and the men ran to the sheets
at command' while the Karluk shot off
at right angles to her previous course,
skirting the fog that blanketed the
wind but yet allowed sufficient breeze
to filter through to give them headway,
gliding like a ghost on the new tack
to the east.
Ralney, tense from the explosion of
the shell, jumped below at last and
came back exultant
"It was a dud, Lund !" he shouted.
"Or else they didn't want to blow us
up on account of the gold. But they've
wrecked the cabin. The fog's coming
In through the hole they made. Tama-
,das galley's gone. It's raked tha
fcSo long's If s above the water line,
to h 11 with It! eH make out.
Listen to the fools. They've gone In
after us, straight on."
The booming of the gunboat's for forward
ward forward batlery sounded aft of them,
dulled by the fog growing fainter.
"Lund's Luck! We've dodged 'em!"
"They'll be waiting for us at the
passes," said Ralney. "They've got
the speed on us."
"Let 'em wait. To blazes with the
Aleutians! Rea'dy again there for a
lack! Sou'-east now. Well work
through this till we git to the wind
agMn. It's all blue water to the
Seward peninsula. We're bound for
"For Nome?" asked Peggy Simms.
"Nome, Peggy An American port.
''"he nearest harbor. An the nearest
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We have a CASH SPECIAL sale on
for Saturday. It will pay you to come
early. There is a treat in store for
yea. O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY. It
Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.
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HEATS end GROCERIES, FRUITS crJ VEGETABLES
Phone' - 2iS
Daring Fair Week, Nov. 21st to 2Gth Inclusive
We are Going to Give a
Man's or Boy's Shirt
$1.50 SHIRT with every $10.00 purchase
$3.00 SHIRT with every $20.00 purchase
$4.50 SHIRT with every $30.00 purcease
$6.00 SHIRT with every $40.00 purchase
$8.00 SHIRT with every $50.00 purchase
,N0W with purchases for less than $10.00
we will give a Tie or a pair of Socks, quality
in proportion to your purchase.
THIS also applies to purchases between the
above stated amounts. For illustration.
A $3.00 SHIRT and$l.C0 Tie with a $25.00
NOTE; This Is enr Eerr Steel ntldi
ncss qssHly, zzi czr Rezzlzr Prices vsllCr
utzzs Cie lowest casHIy.eczslfered.
I W weeli
IN ALL THE
Styk Hdt SI:o;
Monros fit Chamblis3 Bank
EAT AT THE IJAXINE
Best meals ia the city for 10 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phono
2G0, 310 N. Main street. tf
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921
lrv! "H '"" - -w w w www w w w w
"i is wsfpsi
(Conduct-! iL-ar KlUionai Council of the Bojr
f oe1 a of America.)
1 : m M El
M'ADOO FIEST CLASS SCOUT
Scout lor' i;sr practiced t the IS
earnp of Kaiiuihwahke lake in the
Interstate Parades park, was the
-subject of an fan. est study made ,neij-r.
davin Ai:fu-Jt hx Hon. William" G.
McAdoo and. Mrs. McAdoo ami dis
tinguished ; company of pruos'? who
visited the camp at the invitation of
Franklin Ik Roo-evelt, chairman of
the Greater w York .Scout -council.
Other nu-mhersi of the council who ex extended
tended extended the invitation' were James G.
Blaine, Jr., William 55. Kies, Samuel
M. Greer and Barron Collier. 1 '"
. Almost the oialy geout feat that Mr.
-McAdoo Vilted tfl tesf was being res rescued
cued rescued from drowning and resuscitated.
That he was content to watch. All
the rest that" was' going on he entered
into.' He whanged a 'baseball forthe
benefit of Brooklyn .scouts, not to men mention
tion mention the movie men who 'busily clicked
their cameras.; 2 He was bound up by
a scout skilled in ad ministering" first
( Z3 J 1 1 n )
.. i J d ,
1 j v V 1
McAdoo Receiving ..First Aid, for injury
in Boy Sout Camp.
' aid 5 to- the wounded. J .He and Mrs,
McAdoo received instruction in the
- art of tying various knots, and finally
' he was the recipient of a walking
stick 'made from hop horndean taken
from, the branch ,of, a tree ofE the lake
and carved by ,T. A. Brunner, chair chairman
man chairman of the camp committee of Central
Union council of New Jersey. The
Y cane; was t?arvx:l with the emblem of
" a first class scout surrounded by 7 ari
American eagle, and was presented to
Mr. McAdoo on behalf of 11 the
camps at Kansihwahke .lake. In ac accepting
cepting accepting the gift Mr. McAdoo remarked
, that be hoped .It did. not imply that
'.he had reat-hed such advanced years
that he. was com polled Jto lean )ipn a
staff." lie" wanted' the" boys to under understand,
stand, understand, he snH, that he never intended
to grow as old as that, hut if he did
that would be, fliesStaft; upon which
he would chrome toMean.' t
A -4 IPaio
The visit constituted a full dress
ins?Tecti.-'n of the Lake Kanahwahke
- Minna at wli ,rh thpw am for Lnine
""'"l": 1 r.-r
weeks in the summer as many as.ijy
2,3(3 boys. There could be "twice as (j (j-many.
many. (j-many. Mr. McAdoo was ir, torn led by'.-."
Barron Conic, who did the honors of j
the camp, "if tlae resources of the or- rv
ganization ipennitted. ;:The.b.oy3 camp jyP)
for not lcs than two weeks and UijJjL:
the course ;f the summer. the-total at- t
tendance f the camp is in excess of
lS.OXI. The visiting party. was invited
by Franklin 1). Roosevelt and other
members If the Greater 'jNevv York
scout council in account of the deep
, interest which is being ; shown; by
numerous prominent business men of
New York in the cout organization.
SCOUTS REPAIR CITY SIDEWALKS
There" is only one scout troop in
Lind. Wash., but. that one. is up and
doing as is proved by a recent example
of thrift and enterprise; s -It :seems the
scouts notic-er!: that the wooden side sidewalks
walks sidewalks of the city were, badly: in need
of repair. Co iquently they marched
up to the major and offered to do the
job at a nominal f.jrure. Jhe mayor
liked tlie hW?.. He also" liked the spir spirit
it spirit of the jioyi- atidj tiijk up-the offer.
arraB-!ng tl.ut the wcrk should be
t rit lj OF SI'KCl VI, M iSTKR'S SAITe
is .hitre-'.y ivn, that, un-er J m and two 0'ciock p. m tier for
and -irtw if' a ,! cwrw -l ?jre i t -nublip onttrv to the highest and
tobor. A. IX li2t, in that certain cause
nendin: !n tie Circuit Court of the
Pift)i J uii:-f a :, Otn uit of tb-e" state of
FIorSKi, nrll-Scr M-iri6n -county. In
chancery. w'-nirtn Titl A Tat Search
ComT'iny. a corporation or;?anixed and
existlTiir ur.-Uir the laws of the state
i.Vfl ii'-.i I qTi ike.-ar& defendants,
the under.-iane-i theria appointed sre sre-cial
cial sre-cial master in chancery to execute the
".rv!--5oiis cf sfii-J decree will, on
MtMi-lJ", th 5fh r December, A.
beit iDiaaer lor oasn, me iuhuhius de described
scribed described real estate, lyinif and being in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
All of. lot nunubered thre 3) of tbe
foar H) acre lot conveyed by Robert
and Amanda Bullock to W. R- Davis cn
ilay lth, 1884, by deed recorded in the
T.ublic records of Marlon county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in deed book "Q' at page 8S5. said
lands being the northwest quarter of
said four CO acre tract, and 'bein-r in
the northeast q-uarter of section nine nineteen
teen nineteen U9) township fifteen (15) south,
range twenty-two (22) ea-t. and being
lt now occupied by
residence of O. T. Miller.
D. N1KL. FERGUSON.
Special Matter in Chancery.
t? R HOOKER, m
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-o-ot-Sat
NOTIC E OF SPECIAl. MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered on the 21st day of Oc October.
tober. October. A. D. 1921. -hi that certain cause
pending in the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the state o
Florida, in and for .Marion county, in
chancery, wherein Title and Tax Sparcb
Onim-any. a corporation organized and
lon Fields and Vernie Bell Fields, are the northeast quarter of the southwest
pointed special master in chancery to southeast quarter of the southwest
execute the provisions of aid decree, iuarttr; also the northeast quarter ol
will n . ithe southwest quarter of the south-
Moudy. the Sh day f Dwkr, A. j wet quarter, ail in section eight It)
- li, i92i, ; in township fourteen (14) south, range
. ... ."' "twenty-two 22) ea.-t in Marion coun-
in front of the smith door of the Mar- H.
ion county court house, in Ocala, Flor- l r IJ--- D XIELi pi;riGrcON
Ida. between the hours of eleven o'clock j Special .Master in Chancery.
a. m. ana two oeioeK p. m., oner lur p j .Elt.
sale at public outcry to the highest "co.uinanfa Solicitor. U-5-5t-f
and 1-est bidder for cash the following ; r i
described real estate lying and being i ,, XOTIf R
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: t,v t..h.
The northwest ouarter o the norm- in ine vircun ve x
west quarter of the southeaet quarter;
Mr Nichols. Defendant.
It Is ordered that tt- defendant here- j
in named, to-wit: Vry Ie Klehols,
be and she is hereoy requirea i aipea.r
; LOCATION AND PEON'E NOTICI
Dr. F. E. McCar.2 is r-x lo::Y
rial Circuit of Florida, in and for j
Marion our.ty. Jn Chancery.
be and she is r.ereoy requircu 'i-ea-i . , ..
the bin of cora-&iaJnt filed in thia m Commercial L-ar.i LU.
cause on or before ,Vm a ni 1 --.
M..l.y. th 2-d day .f J ry. 193. I '0I'e U' 3 Tl-
It ia further order! that a copy of phone 151.
thin order be -publishes -ance a week j ;
for eiht conseeutive weeks in the j
Ocala. Evening Star, & newopar pub- ; Smoke Don Key. Tlat
limbed in sai 1 county and state.
This 4th dar oi November, 18-1.
iaii T. D. uvN-r?A-STER Jf-. ; Try our layer
criric :irci3.it touru j-j
iM.-,fMr Ht J-'Tsnct-i lertrer, v. v
'F R HvCKER.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921
81 Broad Street
New York Cty
Members American Cotton &
Grain Exchange. Members of
Clearing: House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains one thousand bushels
and upward. Stocks ten shares
and upward.. Cotton margin $5
per bale; grain margin 6c per
Battle '& Co., Ocala
Office Merchants Block
We promise cpiick service,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extendi to Ocala and
surrounding territory the facil facilities
ities facilities of our office.
Phone No. 441. Private Wire
Made in Ocala
On sale U week at the Jack
King Comedy Shows
All kinds of Mints made
to order. Ask i Bitting &
Phillips and Anti-Monopoly.
Usrlca Prise Candies fli
UzTlm Coinly Fair
. I... X X i.
Fifteen Years Experience
'Up-to-Dste luiach Counter
sad Dialog Room
OPEN DAY ARD NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
American, French, Spanish and
108 South Magnolia St.
J A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
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 ;tyle
And you can have them for the next
For your Soles', Sake
Cur work is Walk About
Others' work is Talk
OCALA. I FLOIDA
' For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. '! tf
Arrival and. departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR, LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tiimpa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-!5t Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 un
"r 1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsvilla 3 :24 pm
6:42 R.OT Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 k4 St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
, 3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunneIton-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Lcesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wtsdnesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturdays
Fompano and Spanish Mackerel at
The home mission study book,
"From Survey to Service," which the
Woman's Auxiliary circles of the
Presbyterian church have been study studying
ing studying the last few weeks, will be given
at the inspirational meeting Monday
afternoon at three o'elock at the
church. Mrs. A. E. Osborne, secre secretary
tary secretary of the assembly's home missions,
will conduct this meeting.
A survey wa3, taken after the war
by the inter-church movement and
this most interesting book was writ written
ten written after this.
A special musical program is be being
ing being prepared, one feature being the
young people's orchestra.
All members and friends are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend this meeting.
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Sec'y.
KING IS A GOOD SPORT
Mr. Jack King of the King Come Comedians
dians Comedians is a real sport. His company
has been advertising all
( "Marion Gray
would be presented at J
a matinee performance this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. He was approached yesterday)
by a local football fan and when told
that the Ocala high school would play
Lake City this afternoon at Hunter j
Park he at once called off his mati
nee. Such acts as this are bound t
leave a warm spot in the hearts of
Ocalans for Mr. King and his splen splendid
did splendid company of artists, each of whom
have made themselves ; popular with
our townspeople since coming here
"The Killer" Vill be presented to tonight
night tonight as a closing feature of a most
successful week's stand in Ocala.
The big crowds which have greeted
the King Comedians at each night's
performance is proof sufficient that
their entertaining qualities are Al.
Besides a splendid line-up of actors
for the several dramas presented,
they carry a lot of specialty people,.
who really make, the between acts in
termissions as enjoyable as the show
It is a safe prediction that should
Mr. King and his company deside to
again visit Ocala they will be greet greeted
ed greeted with enthusiastic crowds as they
have been during this week.
They play in Gainesville next wek.
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
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
"Hundreds of batteries die of
thirst every year. J
JNot because tneir ownei
didn't know water was neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Not because they didn't know
the neglect was shortening bat battery
tery battery life and costing them
But simply because they over overlooked
looked overlooked it hadn't the distilled
water handy or didn't know just
how much to put in. -J.'
We can't do your remember remembering,
ing, remembering, but we can take all the rest
of the job off your hands. Drive Drive-around
around Drive-around anytime and ask us to
-see if your battery needs water,
Ocala Storage -Battery
20 North Main Street
. Thi trademark, stamped In red
on the case, identifies the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
FOR SALE Horse and wagon at a
bargain. No. 313 N. Orange St. St
WANTED Salesman witl 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.' U7-3t
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 1x3 a bargain
for cash. G. W. McGowan, Ruskin,
CORDREY'S Transfer is on the job
day and night. Moving household
furniture and baggage cur special-
Once tried, always used. Phone
L. E. Cordrey, Prop. 16-lm
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
, 746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
FOR SALE One and a half ton
Maxwel ltruck, good running condi condition,
tion, condition, cheap for cash if taken quick.
Party leaving town. Apply Will
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 ofEce. 15-6t
FOR SALE Nice little farm consist
ing of 13 acres of land, all fenced;
nice four-room house; located five
miles from Ocala on Anthony road.
Will sell at a bargain. For terms
see H. S. Camp at U-Serve Store
No. 2. 15-12t
FOR SALE Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thorn Bon yard, old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf
SHOE REPAIRING Why discard
your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes?
Work neatly executed on short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used. A.
B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. 11-8-lm
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
$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re
ward for the arrest cf 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 Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte cockerel. Come and see them.
J.. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
phonTSOlQcala, Flau 12-6t
START One of our candy factories
at home, or small room anywhere.
We furnish everythirig. 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 I oca-
tion. All modern conveniences. Ga
rage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For1 further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
WAX4TJJ A good, reliable woman
for general housework. Apply at
209 .Orange avenue. 17-3t
FOR SALE -l&adern bungalow, sixjturned up his nose and said he could
rooms, hall, bath, cutlers pantry
and screen porch. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Da vies. 18-6t
WANTED TO RENT Furnished
apartment or small house, to April
15th. Apply to Mr Eastman, 504
f"H-1o tire Via Ava nhnna 97Q 1 8?f
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies work at the Eoyal Cleaners.
Phone ,443. 18-tf
We nave a CASH SPECIAL sale on
for Saturday. It will py you to come
early. There is a treat in store for
you. a K. TEAPOT GROCERY. It
I am now prepared to do
all kinds of Hemstitching
on short notice by the latest
Call phone 391.
Mrs. M. A. TENEYCK
703 E. Fifth St.
Popular Summer Game Be Became
came Became Known as Tennis
Homer, magic word painter, has
Xaisicaa, princess of I'liaeasia, play
ing a game of ball with her maids of i
honor, which is said to have been. the!
ancestor of modern tennis, after the
usual changes and modifications that
Inevitably occur through the ages.
From Greece and Rome shortly
thereafter a lite game was taken into
other European countries, and during
the middle ages we find the royalty,
especially the kings of England and
France great players of the game.
In France players cried "Tenez,
meaning "Take," supposedly meaning
take this ball, with great gusto as
they swatted the little ball, and it is
from that word that the game Is
supposed to have derived the name of;
"Tenez" became successively
tenyse," teuys' and then "tennis"
in old English, after the usual pro procedure
cedure procedure of corrupting words of foreign
For a time tennis was known in
England as "rackets," getting that
name through another line of nomen nomenclature
clature nomenclature ancestors, beginning with the
Arabian word "rahaC" which meant
"palm,"- and was supposed to apply
to a game In which the palm of thej
hand was -used as the bat. "Itahat"
became "rachetta" in Italian, "rae "rae-quette"
quette" "rae-quette" In French and was Anglicized
into "racket" or "raquet." Chicago
THINK SHIPS SEA MONSTERS
Why Many Creatures of the Deep
Follow Vessels for Days Is
Explained by Scientist.
Odd as it may seem, there Is reliable
testimony to the fact that ships are
often mistaken by denizens of the
deep for monsters after their own kind
One scientist who specially referred
to the matter was the late Prof. Mose Mose-Iey,
Iey, Mose-Iey, who, when on the famous Chal Challenger,
lenger, Challenger, formed the impression that
whales, as well as porpoises, will ac accompany
company accompany a ship for several days under
the belief that they are attending a
huge whale, London Answers says.
When the Challenger was In the south
Pacific, a "hump-back' whale followed
it for nearly a week, and the only con conclusion
clusion conclusion that the scientific staff could
come to was that the monster mistook
the ship for a brother "hump-back.'
The 6hark is frequently attended by
sucker fish and when the latter have
lost their shark they often cling to a
vessel for days together, under the
mistaken Idea that the bulky craft Is
their long-lost friend.
So, too, with that other friend of
the shark the pilot fish. One of these
fish will swim for days just before a
vessel's bow, which It believes to be
a shark's snout.
As time goes on and the huge
"shark" does not seize any food and
drop the hungry but faithful pilot fish
some dainty morsels, the latter de departs,
parts, departs, thinking, no doubt, that It never
before accompanied so stupid and in inconsiderate
considerate inconsiderate a shark.
Why Ph6sphorus Is Taboo.
. The invention of the phosphorus fric friction
tion friction match was a very important
step In the development of the match.
It was brought Into general commer commercial
cial commercial use in 1833. The first of this type
made in the United States were manu manufactured
factured manufactured at Springfield, Mass., in 1836.
They were of the "strke anywhere"
variety, and the inflammable head con consisted
sisted consisted of white or yellow phosphorus,
together with sulphur and other sub
stances that yield oxygen readily Inj
the presence of heat, such as chlorate
of potash, red lead, nitrate of lead
and peroxide of manganese. White or
yellow phosphorus is a deadly poison,
which is liable to Infect operatives who
handle t with a distressing disease
called "phossy jaw." The terrible suf suffering
fering suffering endured by workmen Id match
factories led to an International move movement
ment movement for their protection, and the use
of white or yellow phosphorus now
Is forbidden by law In practically ev-
- ery country engaged In the manufac
ture of matches.
'Why Astronomers Need Enthusiasm.
Admiral J. A. Hoogewerff, superin
tendent of the naval observatory in
Washington, has trouble getting as astronomers
tronomers astronomers at $1,000 or $1,200 a year,
which Is the amount. allowed for som
of the young assistants who gaze
nightly at the stars. They work In
a cold observatory all through the
winter and the admiral says their
physical sufferings are often great.
They have to be enthusiasts in their
profession. The admiral recently re received
ceived received an application from a man who
had no qualifications whatever, but
when he was told of the amount paid
for the services of an assistant .he
make much more
of a plumber.
at his trade, that
Why "Grass Widow."
A woman Is known as a "grass
widow," because she is a widow by
courtesy or "grace." The term "grace
widow," which is from the French,
means any woman separated from lier
husband otherwise than by death. The
French pronunciation of "grace" is
the same as our "grass," which ex
plains the corruption to "grass widow.
Why Heels Are Worn.
Because the sandal-like footgear ol
olden times was not adapted to horse
back riding, and when the hisrh boots
were introduced heels were put on for
the purpose of giving the foot a goot
hold on the stirrup.
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Leon County; Fair, Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, November 22 to 26.
Orange County ...Fair Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, 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.
Commencing Monday, KovemSs? 21s! ana
Ending Saturday, November 25, 1921
Large assortment of beautiful and useful Furs, consisting of Capes, Stoles,
cravats, Scarfs, Etc.
Our New York buyer sending us more than we can sell during the season
we have decided to pass them on to our friends and patrons at about manu!
facturer's cost. Sale prices ranging from
In addition to Fur Sale we will
have several specials during the
week, some of which wre mention:
2400 yards 39 inch soft Sea Island
brown domestic at 11 $4 cents,
worth 16 cents. 20 to 40 yards to
piece, only one piece to customer.
2200 yards 36 inch soft Sea
Island brown domestic at 11 3-4
cents, worth 16 cents. 10 to 20
yards to piece. One piece to cus customer
tomer customer and will not cut pieces.
late lie SiadDss at
During Fair Week only, we will sell our Large
and complete Stock of Ladies' High Grade Shoes. 1
Goodyear Welts and Turns, high tops only, Black and
Brown, grades ranging from $4.50 to $11.00, Less
of the regular new prices. Don't fail to take advan advantage
tage advantage of these great values during Fair Week.
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
fame laws that apply to Marion
county, the. reward to be graduated in"
proportion to the offense and verdict
of the court and for the first convic conviction
tion conviction only. The law provides the game
season to open Nov. 20th and close
Feb. 15th, on such game as designated
by law, except wild deer and turkeys
on the east side of Marion county,
which is closed to April 1st, 1923. Any
person hunting and killing game out outside
side outside of their voting precinct must pay
a license fee of" $1.25. To hunt and
kill game anywhere in the county a
1 SAFE MANAGENENT LEANS PROGRESS.
A safely managed business increases in size. This also applies to a bank.
This bank protects
3 people know it is wen
Oven an account
I THE- OCALA NATIONAL BAM
M RESOURCES THATI a ciixnri
1 sr". 1 ."
Lasting One Week at
TIT T n
$9.00 to $55.09
license of $3.50. The law requires a
license of $25 shall be paid by any
person hunting game in this county
who is a citizen of some other state,
and not a citizen of the state of
Florida. To hunt game without pay paying
ing paying a license is a violation of law.
The reward herein offered shall be
paid to the person or persons making
the arrest and securing the conviction
ol the person violating the game laws
in Marion county.
R. F. Rogers, President.
J. A. Talton, Secretary.
Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla Fla-conettes
conettes Fla-conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
This is a Ktudebaker year.
its depositors' funds and financial interests, and the O
with this growing institution.
Over 2000 yards 32 inch Silk
Tissue, just received, beautiful
patterns, designs and coloring,
checks, stripes and plaids at 57 1-2
cents, worth 75 cents.- Not over
12 yards to a customer.'
One lot Maish Pure Cotton
Down Comforts, full size, fine
material, beautiful colorings at
$3.95, worth $5.75. Not over one
to a cutstomer.
6G0 yards 36. inch fine quality
Pajama checks 17 cents, worth
22 1-2 cents. Not over 12 yards
to one customer.
' C T3 TT r" tl
A. E. GERIG
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
A paper scarcity would aid the re rehabilitation
habilitation rehabilitation cf the finances of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Boston Shoe and Leather Reporter.
tie City Fish ll.ir.rkct. tf
6CAU EVENLVS StAH, SAtt'UbAY, NOVDISEIt 11, 1121
" nrHi nnfliinnflmrA
We have placed on our bargain counter in the
Ladies' Shoe Department, first floor dozens of the
best values you have seen in many a day. Among
tiiem are high aud low shoes in. black and brown
leathers; all sizes. Many of these sold as high as
$16 a pair. incy uic nuw mny
" II f
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. W. R. Bailey has returned home
from his visit to New York. :
Capt. J. B, Martin of
was in town today.
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cup of tea, candies, etc. 19-3t
Mr. W. W. Harriss returned yester
day afternoon from a week's trip to
Mrs. Vernie Stevens and children,
of Lakeland, are guests of Mrs, Isaac
Stevens and Miss Nellie Stevns.
Our several flavors of cup cakes
take the worry off the housewife who
doesn't know what kind of takes to
serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.
rnosas&a fishing club, and he and his
party will speAd some time in the
piscatorial paradise by the gulf.
While here, Mr. Brannen visited Dr.
D. M. Smith, who is one of his old old-time
time old-time friends.
The 'visit of. Archbishop Curley to
Ocala Friday was & very pleasant one
to the members of the Catholic church
here, many of whom met Mr. Curley
at the station when the train came in.
His stay was short but busy. He in inspected
spected inspected the handsome church the
Ocala Catholics are completing on
Oklawaha avenue and also presided
over a meeting at the modest little
chapel on Magnolia, after which he
boarded a southbound train for Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Rev. Curley appointed Rev. Mr.
Plunkett, who has been in charge of
the- work here to preside over the
dedication of -the new church, which
will take place some time in Decem
ber. He has also appointed a perma perma-rent
rent perma-rent pastor, -who will arrive soon
after the church is completed.
" The Fashion Center
' u y
and wiirrioY be here long at that price,
and look them over.
f i ....
Mrs. Kelsey, a member of the inter intermediate
mediate intermediate faculty, is spending the week
end at her Weirsdale home.
Mrs. Annie Stroud is visiting her
brother, Mr. William Stroud, and fam family,
ily, family, at Williston.
Beginning Dec. 6th, in the Ocala
House block, circle No. 1 of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian Auxiliary will have on dis display
play display in their Japanese Gift Shop
novelties, correspondence cards, pic pictures,
tures, pictures, lunch sets, pongee, fans, rice
wafers, kimonas, Tenogui, etc It
Call phone iu8 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. B. H. Smith, who had his hands
and arms so severely burned a few
weeks ago, is nearing complete recovery.
Mr. W. M. Palmer left today for
New Orleans, where he will be mar married
ried married November 23rd to Miss Margaret
ONLY FORTY PER CENT PROTESTANT AMERICA
LET EVERY MEMBER OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
BE PRESENT TOMORROW
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mrs. Willard Blood and baby were
the guests of Mrs. Blood's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B.- Clarkson, during
the past week.
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
us prove it. Court Pharmacy. lC-6t
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Pedrick of Jack
sonville are in the city, visiting their
friends and relatives here. They came
over from Jacksonville yesterday aft
ernoon, via Palatka Gainesville and
the Dixie Highway, and report the
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
Word ha3 just been received from
Bradentown that Mrs. Gibson and her
son, Hubert. who were taken to that
place just two weeks ago by rela relatives,
tives, relatives, both died this week. Mrs. Gib Gibson
son Gibson was taken sick-Monday and died
Tuesday, and her son was taken sick
Wednesday and died Thursday. For
the past year these people had been
iving in Ocala, coming here from
Alabama. Until recently they occu occupied
pied occupied a small house on the Anthony
road belonging to Judge Bullock, and
were looked after by the King's
Overland 90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$350. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. Phone 8, city. 15-tf
Mr. P. H. Hensley.of the "flying
squadron," came in off the road yes yesterday
terday yesterday to attend to business affairs
here. Mrs. Hensley has given pp her
position as principal of the North
Ocala school and she and her charm charming
ing charming daughter, Miss Marie, have gone
to Tampa, where they will probably
make their home. Mr. Hensley goes
to Tampa this afternoon to pay them
a brief visit. Ocala people will be
sorry if they lose the Hensleys. They
make up an excellent family, one that
any community is glad to possess.
Mr. J. C. A. Brannen, wife and
brother-in-law, of Atlanta, stopped in
Ocala Friday night, on their way to
Homosassa. Mr. Brannen is a mem
ber of the famous Atlanta and Ho
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r: "r; rPldn Safety Tubes Red
30x3 $9.98 $1.99 S2.40
30x31-2 $13.75 2.25 2.89
31x4 21.35 3.10 3.45
32x4 24.95 3.20; 3.65
33x4 26.30 3.35 3.80
34x4 1-2 43.90-
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I Our Entire Stock of High-Class
S Ready-to-wear, Dry-Goods, Millinery
' fe and Accessories Consisting of
Peggy Paige Dresses, Jackman Furs,
Gold Medal Hats,
Van Raalte Hosiery and Underwear
Pelgram & Meyer's and Beldings Silks
" Wolf head Underwear of Silk and Muslin
1 Paul Jones Middies and Middie Suits
; Martex Towels
; Fleur de Lis Hand Made Blouses
and everything in the store from a pin to our
highest class Suits, Dresses or Coats at
1 i11LV O
Flaconettes perfumery, all
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy.
The Y. W. A. of the Baptist church
held its regular monthly meeting last
night at the home of -Mrs. Annie
Akins. An interesting program on
enlistment was given, with Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Overton as leader. A discus
sion of work for Christmas was dis
cussed, also the work for the coming
year. After the regular routine busi business
ness business had been transacted a pleasant.
half hour was spent socially. Miss
Mabel Akins served refreshments.
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cup of tea, candies, etc. 19-3t
Ocala was well represented at the
Confederate reunion held n lakeland
this week. The following were pres
ent: W. E. McGahagin, P. H. Nor Nor-ris,
ris, Nor-ris, W. A. Hammond, M. P. Frink, W.
J. Folks, Alfred Ayer, Frank Harris,
J. H. Badger, C. C. Priest, Adam
White. J. S. Trantham and others.
Tallahassee extended a cordial invita
tion for the reunion to be held there
next year and the invitation probably
will be accepted.
Overland 83, five passenger; good
tires, top and upholstering, $250,
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
phone 8, city. 15-tf
UrtJl tie gets married and has to te
home every night to feed It or keep
the furnace going for It while his wife
la away, a man eeldom has appredat
ted the object of having a bird in the
Subject to Yar Tax
Other Prices on Request
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Then it may be that some of the dis disarmament
armament disarmament talk on the other side re results
sults results from a willingness on the part of
Europe to sink an obsolete battleship
for every good one we sink.
It la said that Japanese are paying
$900 to be smuggled into the United
States, while a lot of natives do not
appreciate the worth of being here.
If the golosh habit continues It Is
pretty certain that men of America
will get back into the habit of look
ing at the girls faces.
From Our Regular Low Price
Each and every line we carry is in a
class by, itself and nationally advertised
Sale Continues .Throughout
Hundreds' of thrifty customers have
already availed themselves of the, op opportunity
portunity opportunity of this great 25 per cent dis discount
count discount sale inaugurated by us two weeks
An optimist Is a guy who says the
rainbow knows there Is a pot of gold
at the end of It, and has too much
sense to chase it.
Possibly the most uninteresting liar
is the occasional four-flusher who tells
Ms companions that he is the boss In
It is reported from Mexico that Villa
ha become a "gentleman farmer."
That's two remarkable changes.
It may be that there is a fall in
eggs, but just the same we have heard
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
!'The Fashion Center"
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