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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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LEGISLATH
Conferring With Leaders on the
Recommendations He Desires
To Present1' tor Congress
. (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 30. President
Harding began today what is under understood
stood understood to be the first of a series of con conferences
ferences conferences with congressional leaders
particularly from the Senate, paving
the way for the executive address to
Congress next -Tuesday, in which the
legislative program for the coming
session will be oul'lined.
PITY FOR GERMANY'S
SGROWFUL PLIGHT
.
Tenderhearted Brlitish Plan to Make
, It Easier for Teutons
London, Nov. 30. (By Associated
Press). Reports that .the British
cabinet is considering a proposed
moratorium for Germany were con confirmed
firmed confirmed in official circles today. The
point being discussed is under what
conditions the moratorium could be
declared.
ARCHBISHOP CURLEY
INSTALLED AT BALTIMORE
(Associated Press)
Baltimore, Nov. 30.-J-Most Rever Reverend
end Reverend Michael J. Curley, former bishop
of St. Augustine, was instaled as
archbishop at the Cathedral this
morning, succeeding the late James
Cardinal Gibbons: in that capacity.
The conferring of the pallium, the
"crowning act, in the elevation of a
bishop, will take place in January.
Today's ceremonies were compara comparatively
tively comparatively simple and in no way approach approached
ed approached the pomp au& fcplendor accompany accompanying
ing accompanying the bestowal of the pallium. Pre Preceded
ceded Preceded by a long procession of clergy
and seminarians. Rev. Curley, attend attended
ed attended by a retinue of bishdps and mon mon-signori
signori mon-signori entered the cathedral where
Bishop Corrigan, diocesan' administra administrator
tor administrator since Gibbons' death, pontificated
at mass. After mass Corrigan deliv delivered
ered delivered an address of welcome on behalf
f t the clergy and Robert Biggs spoke
op. the part of tl ielaity. Curley, re responded.
sponded. responded. The clergy of the diocese
then tendered their allegiance to their
new superior, who concluded the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies with his blessing.
BUZZARD AND EAGLE.
ROOST IN SAME BLOCK
Riga, Latvia. (Correspondence of
Associated Press). The Stars and
Stripes and the red flag of the Rus Russian
sian Russian soviet republic now flap in the
same breeze in t!he same block in
Riga.-
The big German automobile of the
bolshevik "hiinister, Mr. Ganetzky,
and the big American car of the Am American
erican American commissioner Captain Evan
Young, pass each other in the streets
daily; but neither this; fact nor the
proximity of leir offices has made
any. difference in the frigidly "don't-Know-you-exist"
attitude which the
American and bolshevik representa representatives
tives representatives have to maintain.
There is, however, a constant com coming
ing coming and going of non-official Ameri Americans
cans Americans at the bolshevik legation. Amer American
ican American relief administration officials are
-seen there arranging for transportation-of
food to the Russian famine
sufferers; Amerian 'commercial men
are seeking business contracts or the
; difficult, elusive soviet, vise that would
'permit them to ; enter Russia, and
newspaper correspondents are there
tlwaily in search of news or a vise.
' The quarters of the soviet legation
are as well appointed .as those of any
other legation in Riga, and, from
their dress, one could not distinguish
the budding youni? soviet diplomatists
from their non-recognizing colleagues
in the chancellories of Great Britain,
France and the United States.
Privately, many of these young
Russians will admit that they are
neither communisms, nor bolshevists,
but only Russian!;, and glad to have
a job" outside of t the starvation belt.
They do not starve in Riga. Far from
Some of the better educated mem members
bers members of the legation feel keenly their
ostracism from tlie other diplomatic
circles of Riga. Unless it is an offi official
cial official affair, to whkh every diplomatist
must be invited .-even the representa representa-t
t representa-t ivespf the" states which have official
viiitions with Rui?sia shy at- having
bolsheviks at thehj table.
The Russian government, however,
ia buying its way.' into diplomatic
neighborhoods. The purchase of the
Italianvminister's jhouselh Riga was
followed by tha purchase, a Eeval, of
thpjbu2dihg, occupied by the Ameri American
can American consulate and the American Red
Cross.. '.. I
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NTERVEEJE
Powers are Seriously Considering
Trying to Restrain Disorders
In Portugal
London, Nov. SO. (By Associated
Press). Intervention in Portugal as
a result of -the present grave internal
situation there is being seriously con considered
sidered considered 'by the powers, according to
the Times. France, Italy "and Spain
are in favor of taking control of the
situation. under a mandate, the news newspaper
paper newspaper states. Bolshevism is spread spreading
ing spreading through the large towns, the
Times declares, and there "have been
many outrages. ; The recent bombing
of the American consulate in Lisbon
was an incident inthis movement and
most of the, foreign diplomats there
have received letters threatening their
lives.
AIIENISTS ON THE WITNESS
STAND AT ORLANDO
(Associated Press
Orlando, Nov. 30. Dr. Mason
Smith, alienist, was called by the
state today at the trial of Lena Clark.
Dr. Spiers, I. of Orlando, also
an alienist, was on the stand this
morning for the defense. Counsel is
expected to begin- summing up when
the alienists complete their testimony
and it is now believed the jury will
get the case either late tomorrow or
Friday morning. i
. j- ...
THE FIRE THIS MORNING
About ten o'clock 'this morning 'the.
fire department was called out and
made a quiet run to the home pf Mrs.
S. A. Standley on Oklawaha. Before
discovery the fire had made good
headway on the main j-oof of the
house and burned a small hole through
the ceiling of one of the upstairs
rooms. The v?ork of the department
was especially good this morning j in
that the boys got. the fire under con control
trol control with the chemical and did not
have to use water. The last drop of
chemical from, the engine and all the
hand extinguishers were used and the
fire was still smouldering a little, but
there was time to refill the engine, so
Chief Raymond took that method
rather" than turn water on the house
end damage the- household goods.'. A
loss of about $200, covered by insur insurance,
ance, insurance, was sustained.
LORD MOlfNT STEPHEN
London, Nov. 30. (By Associated
Press). Lord Mount Stephen, a pio pioneer
neer pioneer railroad contractor in Canada,
died last night at his country resi residence
dence residence in Hertfordshire at the age of
ninety-two. '", y
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Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. ,16-6t
Salt n diet,', already scaled, at the
Citv Fish Market. l&4-tf
be gore to see that the
next battery for you car h
an Eve ready. But don't buy
any battery till you have
first brought your old one to
us. "V7e may find there's
still a lot more power in the
old battery with a ew
simple repairs.
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STORAGE- BATTERY
Guaranteed lT,a Years
Blalock Bros.
Oklawaha and Main St.
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Before Naval Sub-CorAmitte
For Discussion in Detail
Washington, Nov. 30. (Associated
Press). -Details of the American plan
for limitation of naval armament
were discussed" today at a brief meet meeting
ing meeting of the sub-committee of naval ex experts
perts experts of Great Britain, the United
States and Japan. The session ad adjourned
journed adjourned shortly after 11 o'clock and
it was said there would be no other
meeting of the sub-committee today
and it had not been determined wheth.
er the discussions would be resumed
tomorrow.
GEORGIA MAN IN
TROUBLE IN ORLANDO
(Associated Press
Orlando, Nov. 30 G. H. Hopkins,
of Athens, Ga., is being held by the
police today in connection with the
shooting to, cjeath in his room in a
local hotel shortly, after midnight of
a man identified as A. W. Brown,
alias Roxy Casoletto, of St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. Persons told the police ,they
saw him climb hurriedly down the
fir escape a moYnent after the shoot shooting.
ing. shooting.
SMASH HELIGOLAND
BY NEXT SPRING
( Associated Press)
London, Nov. 30. The great Ger German
man German fortress of Heligoland probably
will be completely demolished by next
April. Its demolition has been in
progress for twp years under the
supervision of an interallied commis commission
sion commission headed by Admiral Sir Edward
Charlton, who i3 said to be satisfied
that the island fortress can never
again be a menace to the Allies.
When the work of destruction is
complete, it will be inspected by the
commission and then the island is to
bo handed back to. Germany, under
the provisions of the peace treaty.
The commission has taken nothing
for granted but naval officers have
watched the great guns cut into
pieces and have demanded 1 that the
scrap metal be produced when the
Germans reported that they had de destroyed
stroyed destroyed cartridges, cases, fuses, 'etc.
Besides, they have personally watch watched
ed watched the burning of vast stores of ex explosives.
plosives. explosives. It is understood that Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Charlton is satisfied that very
little in the way of warlike stores
can have Seen concealed by the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. The gun emplacements and harbor
works have been destroyed and bat batteries
teries batteries of howitzers and aircraft guns
demolished.
To make certain that Heligoland
can not again be utilised as a site
upon which to build a harbor 'for
warships, the commission" has placed
blocks of stone and concrete about
the bed of the harbor so that dredg dredging
ing dredging "will not be possible. Eventually
it is believed the harbor will be de destroyed,
stroyed, destroyed, by the sea. V"
LENAPE CONVERTED
INTO AN OIL BURNER
(Associated Press) """"
Jacksonville, Nov. 30. The steam steamer
er steamer Lenape of the Clyde Line, which
plies between Jacksonville and New
York, via Charleston, is being con converted
verted converted into an oil burner, according
ta word received here from New
York. The big passenger ship sank
at her dock in New York reecntly
when a seacock was accidentally left
open. While the vessel was in dry dry-dock
dock dry-dock for repairs necessitated by the
accident her owners decided to re replace
place replace the coal burning engines with
oil burning ones.
NOTICE
j In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ja Ja-I
I Ja-I 'dicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Jhn P. Brinson, Complainant, vs.
j 9 AnnieArpie Brinson, Defendant.
1 Order for Constructive Service.
- It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Annie Arpie
Brinson, be and is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed
in this cause on or before
. Monday ,the 2nd day of January, 1922
! It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, i a newspaper
1 published in said county and state,
t This 15th day of November, 1921.
! (Seal) T. D. Lanaister Jr
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County,
! Florida. Ey E. K Batts, D. a
jW. E- Smith,
i Complainant's Soliictor. 11-15-wed
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Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
, Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
! Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
This is a Studebaker year

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OF BUREAUCilAIS
The Interstate Commerce Commission
Won't Let Henry Ford Reduce
Rates for Coal on His
1 Own Railroad
; Associated Press)
vWashington, Nov. 30 Reduced
rates on coal, which Henry Ford at attempted
tempted attempted to put in effect on his rail railroad,
road, railroad, -were further suspended today
by the Interstate Commerce -Commis
sion. The original order said rates
should not "be reduced i until January
1st. pending investigation by the
commission, while the amendment to today
day today postponed the effective date to
January 31.
DAYTON A WORKING FOR
A $500,000 SANITARIUM
(Associated Press)
Daytona, Nov. 30. Agitation for
erection of a hospital and sanitarium
here to- cost approximately $500,000
has resulted in action being takenby
representatives' of the city's various
civic bodies towards starting a cam
paign to raise the necessary funds.
The need for the building was voiced
at a meeting recently at which thirty thirty-eight
eight thirty-eight representatives of the civic or organizations
ganizations organizations were present. Cornelius
S. Loder, a hospital consultant of New
York, was placed in 'charge of the
campaign to raise the money and
other committees were appointed.
JACKSONVILLE TRYING
TO GET CHEAPER GAS
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Nov. 30. An investi investigation
gation investigation started sometime ago into the
rates charged by the Jacksonville Gas
Company has reached the point where
figures submitted by representatives
of the company and the city commis commission
sion commission sharply disagree on operating
costs. The inquiry is still under way.
The commission is acting with a
view to revising the local gas rate to
consumers which now stands at $1.85
per J.000 cubic feet. The last legisla legislature
ture legislature enacted a measure giving munic municipalities
ipalities municipalities regulatory powers over rate?
and service of public utilities. Should
any. revision by the commission prove
unsatisfactory to such a utility con
cern, however, it may appeal iu the
m 'j
state raiiruau coin mission.
The investigation followed 1 com
plaints by consumers, that the rate
was excessive and the quality of the
gas inferior.
Our several flavors of cup cakes
take the worry, off the 'housewife who
doesn't know what kind of cakes to
serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.
Overland 90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$"50. .Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co, Phone 8, city. 15-tf
Try our. layer cakes.- They're just
like the real home made ones you like
so well. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
A palachicola oysters every day, 70
cents a quart; $2.50 a gallon. City
Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

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iSII ffillSTICE
ABOUT Tl EIID

Rather than Take Oath of Allegiance
To Briti&h Crown, Sinn Fein
Will Resume the War
London, Nov. SO. (By Associated
Press). Government circles today
expressed the belief that the Irish
conference would break down almost
immediately as the result of difficul difficulties
ties difficulties which have arisen and that re resumption
sumption resumption of armed hostilities could
not be, postponed. The alternative
settlement plant submitted by gov government
ernment government officials to Sinn Fein repre representatives
sentatives representatives last evening included the
necessity for a definite undertaking
by the Sinn Fein to take the oath of
allegiance to the crown.
B. F. KAUFFMAN
The many friends that Mr. B. F.
Kauffman made during his long resi residence
dence residence in this city are deeply sadden saddened
ed saddened to learn of his death, which oc occurred
curred occurred in Gainesville yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
Mr. Kauffman was an old and ex experienced
perienced experienced hotel man. During his stay
in Ocala, he was clerk at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma hotel.- After leaving here he
occupied the same place at the White
House in Gainesville, where he was
always sought by his Ocala friends.
Mr. Kauffman was eighty years of
age. At the desire of his sister, Mrs.
Mae Shuey of this city, his remains
will be brought to Ocala for burial.
The body will arrive on the Coast
Line train at 3:24 this afternoon.
Services will be held at len o'clock
tomorrowmorhing at the residence of
Mrs. Shuey, 401 North Orange street.
Rev. W. F. Creson will officiate. The
pall beaters will be Messrs. A. A.
Winer, L M. Murray, George Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, J J. Gerig, H. A. Waterman and
B. Rheinauer. Interment in Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. MacKay & Company have
charge of the arrangemetns.
NOTICE, MASONS
Regular meeting night .Thursday,
December 1st, 7:30. Work in the third
degree. B. L. Adams, Sec'y.
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one or
more of the pretty rugs we are show showing
ing showing this season? The reasonable
prices will surprise ycu. Call and
see them'. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf
Cake, candy and lancy work for
sale on the Ocala House porch at 10
o'clock Saturday, Dec. 3rd, by the
ladies of the Catholic church. 25-6t
Get your galax leaves at THE
BOOK SHOP, 20c. per dozen. 28-3t
For fresh meat call phone 108. Ma'n
Ptreet Market. tf
W. K. Lane. M. D-, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Adv.-tf

HI TIIE HIIEO

WITH A OQVCOTT
Advice Giren Chicago Housewives
Against he Profiteers Who Have
Cornered the Supply of Eggs
(Associated Fr")
Chicago, Nov.. 30. An egg pool
formed by three men controls the egg
supply of Chicago and makes -a profit
fabout $30,000 daily, city rficials
announced today, following an inves investigation.
tigation. investigation. Officials recommend that
housewives establish a boycott on
eggs in an effort to break theprice.
It wa reported that eggs selling yes yesterday
terday yesterday at 50 to 53 cents as fresh eggs,
went into storage last March, when
the price was 19 Vz cents a dozen.
LIBERTY BONDS
CONTINUE TO RISE
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. "30. Liberty bonds
continued to rise today, all except the
32's extending their recent advances.
The second 4's rose 96 cents per $100,
while the others rose from 18 to about
50" cents.
TIIE SUMTER-MARION COMPACT
. Editor Star: Our ol(&friend N. J.
Wicker of Sumter, writes to the Ban Banner
ner Banner to inquire, if it is' disposed to
"continue the courtesy" of having
Marion and Sumter alternate in the
choice of senator from this district.
The Banner prints his letter in its
issue of the 22nd inst., and goes Mr.
Wicker one better, for it pledges itself
to stand by "the compact," nd says
that Sumter stood by Marion when we
needed her aid.
Under the custom of alternating,
Sumter has certainly furnished the
district with some fine men and we
were just as proud of hem as she
was. This custom, if continued, may j
piove as satisfactory for the next
century as it has been during the!
last thirty-five yars, and the voters
of the district can by future results
best judge of the utility of the cus custom,
tom, custom, but there voters are entitled to
know the facts about any alleged
"compact," and the people of Marion
would like to know what favor or benj
efit Sumter has conferred on them
that has stood unrequited for the past
thirty-five years.-
Asthe writer happened to be a
member of a senatorial convention,
held in Ocala about twenty years ago,
he feels it to be his duty to inform the
voters of the district that there i3 no
"compact" now in force; nor do the
election returns show that the vote of
Sumter, after we became a part of
the same district, was ever needed to
redeem us from republican rule. I
am not able to go to the records for
the actual figures, but such is nry
memory. Dig into the musty records
of the past, Mr. Editor, and weigh
this unrequited debt, while I bear
witness against the alleged "com "compact."
pact." "compact." In this senatorial convention, twen twenty
ty twenty years ago, there were present,
among others, the now lamented Gen General
eral General Robert Bullock, R. A. Burford,
W. J. Chambers, F. A. Teague, E. P.
Thagard and the writer, all of Marion
county, and William Hines, D. H. Ba Baker
ker Baker and W. C. G. Kilgore, of Sumter,
and these I well recollect.
Sumter sent to this convention a
full delegation, composed of her lead leading
ing leading men, who were very anxious to
have Capt. Bakr selected as its
nominee and it developed that both
Mr. Chambers and Mr. Thagard had
strong supporters, who were not dis disposed
posed disposed to yield the field to Capt. Ba Baker
ker Baker out of respect to either "compact"
or" custom. The entire matter was
then fully discussed on the floor of
the convention, over which Mr. Hines
presided, and the alleged "compact"
had even then grown so musty that
none living could bear witness to its
terms and Mr. Kilgore announced
from the floor of the convention that
Sumter would be "abundantly satis
fied" if we would let her choose the
senator then, with the understanding
that thereafter, thence forward, and
forever more, all agreements and
customs were done away with and
this district was to be a "free field."
Mr. Kilgore 'a a good speaker and
I well remember his words, "abun "abundantly
dantly "abundantly satisfied"; the subjoined words
of course my own, but such is the sub substance
stance substance of what was agreed to, so
thinking it fair to give four years'
notice of the abolition of the custom,
Mr. Chambers and Mr. Thagard drop dropped
ped dropped out and Capt. Baker was nomi nominated.
nated. nominated.
Mr. Burford tells me that he does
not remember this particular conven convention,
tion, convention, but send a copy'cf this to llr.
W. C. G. Kilgore and one to each, llr.
Teague and Mr. Chambers, and see
what they have to say. The two last
are impartial a3 they no longer live
in this district and llr. Kilgore, while

EMM
Eighth District Governor of Interna International
tional International Rotary Paid a Pleasant
And Instructive Visit
to Ocala
Rotarian John Turner cf Tampa,
governor of the eighth district of lu lu-ternational
ternational lu-ternational Rotary, paid his o.cial
visit to the Ocala Rotary Clib Tues
day. John was greeted warmly by
the Rotes here. It was recalled that
he was among those present when the
Ocala club was crganized in March,
1919. Hit address to the club Tues
day was no less warmly received. It
was in the main an interpretation cf
Rotary and the code of ethics and the
practical application "of them by the
members of the organization. The
members of the clob say that the ad address
dress address was one of the best interpreta interpreta-toins
toins interpreta-toins of Rotary that they have heard.
The 'district governor visited the
Girls' Industrial School and in his
address to the Rotarians, he fpoke in
the highest terms of the school and
of the executive ability of the super superintendent.
intendent. superintendent. Miss Sina Kite. The gov
ernor, in his address pointed out that
the great need of the world and of
this country and of the European
countries in particular, is faith.
"There is too much suspicion cf in
dividuals, institutions and govern
ments," he stated. "Believe other men
as honest as yourself," said Governor
Turner. "Believe in others a3 you
would have them believe in you."
Bolshevism is a by-product of
doubt," he said, and he stated that
there could be no disarmament of ca cations
tions cations until the various countries put
aside suspicion and fear and regain
faith in each other. He pointed out
that International Rotary is now es
tablished in twenty-one countries and
that Rotarians can and are doing
rcuch to establish the faith and confi confidence
dence confidence that is needed. The district
governor told of his visit to the in
ternational convention, Edintorough,
Scotland and to France and to Spain,
where Rotary clubs have been estab-
ished. He urged attendance at the
district conference in Savannah next
March.
Rotarian John Neighbour, Epeaking
for the club, thanked the district gov
ernor for his splendid talk.
Rotarian John Edwards had a 3 his
guest at the luncheon, Mr. II. D.
Stokes, cashier of the Ocala National
Bank. A. delicious luncheon was
served by ladies representing the
Girls Athletic Association of the
Ocala High School.

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born in Marion has long been active
in the life and politics of old Sumter.
The writer lived for many years in
Sumter and hasmany friend3 there
and what he ga;.- s.ere is simply said
in theinterest of the voters of the
entire district and relates things that
happened in hh presence when many
of our voters were babies, which hap happenings
penings happenings related to ether thirgs that
took place in the "dark backwoods
and abysm cf time."
If Sumter puts up the best man,
let's vote for him, but let Marion and -Sumter
both understand that they can j
not offer us one off cf the scrap pile
and expect us to swallow him (or her)
pursuant to any "compact."
Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.

Your favorite odor -f perf unery
can be had in the famous French Fla Flaconettes
conettes Flaconettes at the Court Pharmacy. Ct
" Ask for the new "sweet" lionet-bey
at the Federal .Bakery. 15-t
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
cs prove it. Court Pharmacy. 10-Ct
Plirrifi! r
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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 AKt LINE RAILLOAD
Leave Arriva
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTcrk 2:10 ma
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:13 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pra
Tampa-
2:15am Manatee-St Petrshrg 4:03 m
2;ES"2ia N'Ycrk-St Petrsfcrg 1:C5 ta
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 -ra
-:50 pm Tampa-MaMtee ' 1:C5 in
4:C5pm Tarapa-St Petrsbrg 4:03 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R.
Leave Arrire
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:Z3i.n
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:21 r-ra
6:42 am JksonviSe-Gajisvilla a 0:13 z-n
2-33 am St Peistrg-Lakeland 2:2? en
3:24 pm St Ft?5:rg-Ls.kekr:d 1:ZZ j r
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1921

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STAR PUBUSniNG COMjPANY;
. OCALA, FLORIDA

K. U. CrrII Preld
f.'V. iNfeiKfwl, Seeretary-lrea
J. II. Ileajamta, KUItei1

Kntert-d at Ocala. Fla.
ecoriJ-cIass matter.

1922. The work cn the Kaga has

fcen delayed some weeks owing to the
recent shipysr-J strikes in Kobe. This

.perdrecdnaught will have a dis

placement of 40.000 tons. All the
new Japanese ships are to be equip

ped .with 16-ineh guns. The Matsu
and Nagato carry eight' of these

monster guns apiece, and it is possible

that the Kaga will carry twelve.

poatofflce as

TELEPHOSE.

fcv starts! Dartnat
toriety Uerter

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The Christmas spirit wil, be pretty
much all moonshine this year.

ISSUES IN THE IMPENDING j
- CITY ELECT! ON-j

The only Confederate 'Sag to re-1

ceive tne -saiute 01 a xoreign power

as the flag of the Confederate crui

ser Florida, a -salute from English

guns at St. Georgs, Bermuda Islands,
July 10, 1863. The career of the

Florida was picturesque. One of the
most daring feats of the war is cred

ited to her. In the open daylight on
the afternoon of Sept. 4, 1862, she

(fashed into Mobile Bay, her guns not

in commission, her crew "short-handed

and an epidemic of yellow fever
aboard, the guns of the Oneida, the

Winona and the Rachel Seaman
meanwhile playing upon her at close

range with heavy shell and shrapnel.
For allowing the Florida to break the

blockade. Commander H. Preble of

the Oneida, ranking officer, was sum

marily dismissed from the United

States navy, but Lincoln five months

later reappointed him. The Florida's
passage of the blockade was made
the subject of an investigation by a

naval court of inquiry in isli and

John Newland Maflitt, late command

er of the Florida, was one of the im

portant witnesses called by Preble.

If any money is saved by sinking
warships, it should be put in the sink sinking
ing sinking fund.

Turkey survivors of Thanksgiving
are composing their, swan-, songs for
Christmas.

The state press is paying many

fine tributes o the memoir of Editor

Counngton.
Thorn of the Kissimmee Valley
Gazette threatens to assassinate any anybody
body anybody who spells it Xmas.
France bore the brunt of the war.
Her one-time allies America, we
fear, among! them will let her bear
the brunt of the peace.

The Tampa Tribune hands a savage
roast to the bum-de-Ially juries in its

town. They surely have a long list

of acquittals to their discredit.
Now is the time that the old man

applies the tape measure to his bank
roll, and tries to figure if it is big

enough to go around Christmas.

We don't know whether Lena Clark
is crazy or not, but she is acting like

we would expect a woman to act if
she wanted a jury to believe she was

crazy. :".-'-.:i

It is hoped that all graduates of

, the University of Florida, or as many
of them that can, wU'l attend the
Florida and "North Carolina football

game in Jacksonville next .Saturday.

Charlie Chaplin hobnobbed with H.
G. Wells in England. Possibly lie is

planning, to compress the history of

the world into four reels. Minneap
olis Tribune.

Charlie might; Wells would insist

on a serial.

It has come to the Star's attention

that some of the country people who

own cars are afraid to come into

Ocala after dark, for fear the police
will arrest them for some trifling

fault of their cars or some slight er

ror of the drivers. The only differ difference
ence difference the police make between city and

country people is that they expect
the former to be better posted than

the latter on traffic ordinances

Scores of times we have seen the po

ige stop crs from the country and

patiently explain to the drivers what

they should do pr- not do, when they

would have arrested a city autoist lor

the same offense. Country people who

come to town, keep their lights burn

ing, keep to the right and keep with within
in within the speed limit, are not likely to

have any trouble.
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SCOTLAND'S EXHD3IT AT.

THE MARION COUNTY FAIR

Forty-nine Cheese graduates of
Tsmgr.Hua College, which was found

ed wit'J funds of the BoxerSremnity
remitted for educational purposes by

the American government, entered

colleges and universities in the Unit

ed States this year, j

is

' The Standard Oil Company has ob

tained a concession in Persia:.
They say, Johndee, your oil
. .. brung

"Can it be true, O wealthy man?

"Across the backs of jcamels swung,
"And thru the streets of IsaphanJ

In the Needle craft 'department at

the fair among the exhibits there was

sugar and cream set with covers

made of fillet net, square in shape
with the edges scolloped and crochet crocheted
ed crocheted with beads crocheted intojhe work.

The work was done by a niece of Mr.
J. S. Pearson, who lives in Scotland
and was sent here to e exhibited at

our fair. At the request of Mr. Pear Pearson
son Pearson the names of all of those who

helped in the different departments
were drawn, and Miss Lucille Gissen-

der proved the lucky one. Miss Gis-

sendaner was presented with this
pretty set of covers but she thought
that Mrs. C. E. Winston, head of the
needlework department, who worked

so untiringly for the fair, should be

the rightful ownr, so she presented

the set to Mrs. Winston, who is very
proud of it.

v ; j
PROCLAMATION

City election will be held Tuealay,
Dec. 13, less than two weeks off, aid
it is time the people were carefally
consideringthe issues and the candi candidates
dates candidates and making up their minds how
tc -vote.
The principal issue is, shall,1 the

charter be carried into effect or nulli

fied. The candidates are Messrs. E.

G. Peek and A. T. Thomas for mayor,

Messrs. H. W. Henry, A. A. 'Winer,
D. E. Mclver, W. H. Pedrick and E.

I. Martin for councilman.

In considering the qualifications for

ouncilmen, the voters must reme ca

ber that they vote for all the candi

dates, those in the other wards as

well as in their own. So ho voter can

rivet his attention on one candidate

or two, but on all five.

It is a question with the voters

whether they shall continue the prs-

ent charter witn Eve aldermen and a

city manager, or go back to the old

plan of nine aldermen and no man
ager. The Star prefers the city man

ager plan, but concedes there are vir

tues in the old time-tried system. As

to how much virtue there is in the

new system,' our people do hot know,
for it has never been tried. The
charter has been in the hands of a

hostile council, which has given the

city neither a business administra

tion nor a democratic government,

but set up an autocracy the efficiency
of which has been further diminished

bv each autocrat doing what was

right in his own eyes, and as is often

the case two rights frequently make

one wrong

Whether we use the-eharter or ask
the legislature for another, we must
live under this one for the nejrt two

years and some weeks; If the char

ter is changed, it will not change unti

after January 1,. 1924. If the people
re-elect candidates who have served

them the last four -years, the same

lack of system and disregard of the

law, is likely to continue. If ythe vot

ers elect new men on the council," they
will have a chance to see how the
charter works, and to give an expert

decision whether to change it.

It is the Star's opinion that the

charter needs some changes. It will

be better to change it than to abolish

it and adont another, which may prove

objectionable. It is not good for this

or any other city to be eternally
changing charters. It is had for
government and bad for business.
The hree candidates who are pledg pledged
ed pledged to give- the charter a fair tryout
are Dr. Henry in the first ward, '-Mr.
W. R. Pedrick in the third arid Mr.

E. H. Martin for alderman at large.
Their election does not mean that they
will try to rivet the charter on an un unwilling
willing unwilling people. It means that they
will put it .into effectual operation so
the people can judge if they want it.

They will elect a bona fide city man

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CHAPTER 1

It on some other" nnger. you mow.-

J , j "Tes ; I supr-e I could do that."
. Cousin Percy's Little oke. j Rhe &Kre and rm blt !f h. dJdn't
1 suppose every one has had the ex- j lt to a nnJrer rtf the other han.l
perlence of waking In the middle of there and then!
the night to find everything perfectly iVwas less than a week after this
stiU and quiet and normal, and yet Une fadMut with Usette that
with the Impression persisting that Percy.s tter came. Tbls Is what It
there had been a tremendous crash of mJ(5
some sort Just before Ihe waWng
senses were alive enough to realize It.r Dear btannle:
It was some such raxing jolt as this "I kw abomK' fm l
that was given me on the morning week when jou heard ndf
when I.was called in. with the other ther Jasper's will read, and it lsn t
members of the family, to listen to the f Jou feel any better no
reading of my grandfather's wllL wheo I tell you that I knew of its pro-
, visions more than a year ago. When
But. first, however, to give some fte wfls drawn grandfather
Idea of the conditions precedent, as a ghowed !t t0 m and gave me a
lawyer would say. My father good. whlcn wag to open afrer
easy-going. comfort-loving Dad!- M, -death Tnat envelope, as I knew
never owned what Grandfather Dud- tlme contained, a'.'nong nther
ley. pursing his thin lips and snapping! thJngs a to the wU, By lt
the words out, called "the money lsl(mn you ar to recHve a ,ecarT
sense" As an architect high In his nnder certa,n .Ht,, whIcn were
profession and with fine tlstle feel- revealed to you at such time s I
tng for the beautiful in buildings, he M thlnk best
earned a liberal lncome-and spent it; -Toar rton or-Gra7tmther Ja Ja-or
or Ja-or so much of it that there was barely property was worth, at It latent
enough left after his death to provide valaatlon thm like 440.om. It
for my mother and sister, and to keep Heg ln a rfertlv Kafe reposlforr. siti, siti,-rne
rne siti,-rne going, as you might say.ln an i ex- between the m-,fh Bnd 110th ,le ,le-ceedlngly
ceedlngly ,le-ceedlngly modest manner. Without, f lonrftnde -t from nreen.

work, I mean. I may as well confess, l ,,ir

m find it. you

out it was so rarai iy easy io aeep on

postponing the chilling plunge. I sup-i

pose I had been ready on at least half

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Jt

oilSBaal aa aaaV

r.lcrchants Bloclc Phont- 1G3 Ocala, Florida

Cherry Bell

)9 Try It it is c hard uheat thzT
as good cs cny cr.d less in price

Three packages
for
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers ........".
Tall Pink
Salmon.. .......
Campbell's Sovjp
per can...... ......
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for. .'.

at once that I had never acquired the north Iat,tude syhpn yon
work habit I was always going tp. ab,e fo Meutlfr ,t

ence or a jriri witn nrown nair nnu

Front the behavior o1f a large section

of the proletariat of Europe, and the
supposed to be popular press in Eu Europe
rope Europe and America, it seems to us that
the ancient gag about the dangers of
diplomacy is the bunk, A lot of ginks
who could not be appointed outside
guardians in their lodges talk i as
bloodthirsty as so many Teuton
princes. i

I. R. L. Anderson Jr., mayor of the

city of Ocala, do hereby proclaim and

call a general election to be held in
and for the city of Ocala on Tuesday,
the 13th day of December, A- D. 1921.
, i The offices' and vacancies to be fill filled
ed filled at said election are as follows;
Mayor.
(1) councilman at large.
(1) councilman from first wardj
(1) councilman' from third ward.

That the following named persons
are elected as .inspectors and clerks

for said election:
For ballot box marked "A" to "L'

Inspectors : O- B. Howse, W. A.
Knight, H, H. Whetstone; clerk, F. W.

Ditto.
For ballot box marked to "Z";

Inspectors: E. DeCafflp, W. A. Jeff?
coat, J. H. Smith: clerk, L. T, Izlar,

This the 15th day of November, A.

D 1921. R. I Anderson Jr.,
16-23-30-7-12 Mayor.

v NOTICE

J Th island of Molokai, the famous
'Leper Jsle"1of the Hawaiian group,
will be the scene of the first efforts to
rehabilitate the dying Hawaiian race
in accordance th; the Hawaiian
homes commission law pased by Con Congress.
gress. Congress. The commissiion vpted to es establish
tablish establish a model demonstration farm
on Molokai, which is approximately
30 miles from Oahu, the island ion
which Honolulu is situated. The farm
will be on the grouinds of Hoolehua

t4 Palaauj set aside! by Congress for

he f fawaiians, and will be directed by
"a part-Hawaiian of agriculture edu education
cation education an experience," the committee

The nperdreadna!agh( Matsu, sis sister
ter sister ship of the Nagato and the sec second
ond second capital ship to Ibe completed un under
der under the eight-eight ipgram, will -te
placed in commission by the Japa Japa-K'se
K'se Japa-K'se navy on December 1 and will
ghe be one of the capital ships of
the first squadron, together with the
Nagato and the Yn'tashiro. The Mat Mat-tsa
tsa Mat-tsa nas a displacement of 33,800 tons.
The third ship under "the eight-e.'-tr--
n r-r" r i t r"rf. J expected

At meeting of the city council held

on the 18th. day of October. 1921, the

registration books of the city oi
Ocala were revised and the following

names ordered stricken therefrom:
. Ward One
Jake Brown.. R. P. Whitehead.
Ward Two

A. E. Burnett, R. L. Bridges, -Geo J

G. Chambers. W. C Charles, J. I

Cohen, L. Dozier, G. W. Easterline,
J. T. JorTes, L. E. Lang, Samuel E-

Leierh. G. G. Maynard. Stella Mayn

ard, Robert Marsh, J. D. McCaskill,
Carrie McCaskill. Joe Needham, Wm

M. Richardson. E. M. Williams, H. C.

Williams. A. E. Walkley.
Ward Three

J. Wr. Branch. H. C. Bilbro, O. L.

Crooks, David Gamble. S. M. Gibbs,

C. P. Howell, V. L. Hastings, J. M
Martin. B. A: Mallory, A. L. Pettis

Robert J. Pjdmer, John Robinson.
: Ward Four

W. ,F. Adams, July Brown, James
WT Griffin, B. F. Garrett, A. J. Lea? Lea?-eneood.
eneood. Lea?-eneood. E. A. Mobley, M. H. Temple,
November 29th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., was fixed by the council as
date to hear complaints for the res

toration of names erroneously strick-
it r 1 : -t.

City Clerk.

er, and if the people like the plan

they can keep it In operation, and if
they don't like it they can call for a
new charter or amendments to this
one. There will be plenty of time be

tween the time the new ccuncilmen

take office and the meeting of the

egisjature for our citizens to form an

experienced opinion on the matter.

Mr. Winer onposes Dr. Henry in

the first ward, and Mr. JVfclver op

poses Mr. Pedrick in the third. Mr.

Martin has no opposition.

Mr. Winer is outspoken in his op

position to the city ; manager. He

says he does not Lelieve any one man

can attend to the affairs of the city

It may be safely concluded that if' he

is re-elected that his influence will go
toward prolonging the present hete

rogeneous condition of affairs. Mr.
Winer is traght as a string and

square as a die in fcif own position,
but it doesn't seem ppsgibjf'tg con convince
vince convince him that in his epppsitten to

the charter he really is setting wide

his oath of office and refusing his

fallow citizens a fair chance to use

their own judgment.

Mr. Mclver, says he is in favor of

the charter, and the only reason that

he has not trjefj to put in a bona fide
city manager s the opposition of Mr.

Winer and Mr. Thomas. If ? there

fore evident that if Mr. W"?er is re

elected and one of thf Iwldoyers Is
against a city manager, tlutt Mr. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver may again allow himself to be
coerced into keeping a dummy man

ager in office and ; for a large part
managing city affairs himself. It
must be admitted that Mr. Mclver's
management has in some respects
been good; in others, he lias allowed
other aldermen to have toft macfc their

-own way getween Mr. McIver, who

may possifely atloi? fity aairs to re remain
main remain in their present anpjaslpus cpn cpn-ditioH,
ditioH, cpn-ditioH, and Mr. Pedrick, who grjMii.
ises. to give the people a fair chance
to improve them, it sefjns Jest to
vote for Mr. Pfdrick.

NEW RESTAURANT

en.

10-25-5twed

NAPIER GRASS

Plant now tnd have abundance .of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
"igs, chickens, etc. For plants and
artlcualrs sec F. W. Ditto, Ocala,

Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day anJ pightV West side of
rublic square.
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.

I SASH

ppon

! Geo. MacKayK Co.

HARDWARE

a dozen occasions to take a dive Into
some pool with a salary attachment:
but always some good friend would
bob up to say, "Oh. come on. Stannle,
old man; we're lacking just one more
to make up the bunch. Don't be a
clam. Time enough to settle down
when yon have to," and then It would
be all off.
. Besides, you see, there was always
Grandfather Jasper ln the background.
He haf money lashings of It, so we
all believed; and lt had been a family
understanding for years that he In Intended
tended Intended splitting the bulk of It, fifty-

fifty, between my cousin Percy and t
me. Before we go any farther, let me

set lt down that Cousin Percy was

and is all the seventeen different

kinds of things that I am not, and
never wished to be ; smooth, neat well well-groomed,
groomed, well-groomed, a "grind" In college and a
perfect dear" with the girls, am

bitious as the very devil, and measur measuring
ing measuring his friends by the amount of "pnll"
they might be able to exert In his be behalf;
half; behalf; there you have him from the

crown of his well-brushed little head
to his patent-leather pumps.
You're a fright Stannie," he would
say, in his carefully polished diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic manner be had a billet in- the
Department of State at Washington,
and- was in training for the legation
service abroad you are a perfect
fright Three whole years out of col college,
lege, college, and you haven't done a single,
solitary useful thing yet. When are
yon going to begin? And, incidental incidentally,
ly, incidentally, how long are you going to keep
Lisette waiting?"
Oh, Lord I right there was another
knot In the tangle Lisette. We had
agreed to agree Lisette and I some
six months or so In advance of -Grand

father Jasper's death, and we were
both perfectly well assured, and had
assured each other a dozen times, that
my Income from Dad's estate wasnt
more than half big enough to marry
on. Yon see, lt was this way: Lisette
was one of a family of four girls ln a
mighty expensive household, and there
wasn't Tthuig to lean on on that
side of the fence. Though, of course,
wa never djscussetf If brutally ln so
many words, we were waiting for that
fifty-fifty look-In at the will which fam family
ily family tradition declared had already been
drawn up, signed, sealed, witnessed
and put away In cold storage; other otherwise
wise otherwise ln the safe-keeping of Grandfa Grandfather
ther Grandfather Jasper's family lawyer.
All of whlcn may serve to bring us

back to that nightmare effect regls regls-tre4
tre4 regls-tre4 at the start. When the Dudley
will was taken out of the icebox and
read to the assembled members of the
family, there were at least two shock shocking
ing shocking surprises. Jasper hadn't been any anywhere
where anywhere near as rich as we had all been
thinking he was; that his modest
manner of living had been, perhaps, as
much a matter of necessity as of
choice. Bad investments of which
the famity had never heard so much
as a whisper had cut his fortune
"down to something less than half a
million,' ajl fold. That was shock
Number One; and shock Number Two
was strictly persojml o me: .Grand

fajchef Jasper had left me his love and
best wishes, had willed the money

and property all of iu mind you to
CWqslP Percy, giving as his reason
that b thought Percy would make
better oe ot it-
Of course, I bad everybody's sympa sympathy
thy sympathy and condolences-even Percy's, for
that matter. My mother wept; and.
as I recall It, Lisette managed to com compass
pass compass a tear or so when I told her what
had happened: or rather what had so
l-aolBiuly failed to happen.
VVha lever wljl yt'U do?" !te fi fi-Jfrmil
Jfrmil fi-Jfrmil suppte you will riif ',ayt
o" go to work nowVwou't'you: Si an
pi-y
'. "Perish the thought! I told hr:
then I gave the good, reans why
thFf was no hope for us in thaj
tttlt. "A fat chance I'd have t
earn any r-al noey. I can nayljml
a yacht a tittle. drive a mrfor.' ri-l
a polo ny. and play a fair hand t
hridge and the other great American
earne. 1 think them? are the sum total

20c
15c
15c
12c
45c

Octagon Soap, Op

21c
. 55 c
$1.25
65c

C1 -1 A

1.1U

55 c
65c

A

per bar.

Octagon Soap,
three bars for. . .
Export Soap,
per dozen
Cherry Bell Flour
24 lb. sack..
Cherry Bell Flour
12 lb. sack

Rimer's S. R. Flour

24 lb. sack O

Sauers.Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb. sack
C. Gold Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb sack.

C. Gold S. R. Cl OK
Flour, 24 lb. sacW A

Quart cans
of Syrup
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins. .
One pound of
good lea r....

.! t ft

30c
30c
30c

Senate Coffee
per pound.

UNEED..S and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers. .

Argo
Salmon
Argo Salmon.
two cari for . ...
Virginia Dart Wine,
lurge, per bottle.,..
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per battle
Reddick Peanut Butter
per pound ..........

Evaporated
larpe. .

Evaporated Milk, C j 7A
larsre. rer dozefl. O A vl

Evaporated Milk,
small i .
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen.
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen package
. Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hon.
Pmt jars or
Bottles Syrup
Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup

per quart. ..

0c
Sc

30c
75c
65c
40c
30c
15c

7c
30c
25c
95c
65c
15c
60c
15c

Porisa Feed lor Cows. Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

blue eves and sninll mnl on her left

t shoulder, a plehalif hor which- the
. girl rides, and a doe with n plit fat
half black and half white. Tf.n will
be more than likely to find the three
toeether: and If you ninke the c

qualntance of the girl, you'll be on thf
i trail of your legacy.

So there you are. Stannle. old boy:
there's your fortune. All you've got
to do 1 to go to work and find It. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps by that time yon will have ac acquired
quired acquired the working habit which 14
what Grandfather Janper hoped might
prove to he the case.
"Wishing you great joy In your
search, I am.
"Tour affectionate couln.

"PERCY." ;
Naturally," 1 had a quiet little laugh
over this screed of Percy's, taking It
for a joke; a poor joke aud lu rather

bad taste, I thought. In that mood 1
handed the letter to Lisette for her to
read. She didn't laugh, but she did
look a bit scornful and put abott. If
you know what 1 mean.
. I don't supiose the blue-eyed girl
would appeal- to you," she said,
"though the horse and the dog might.
When do you start?"
We discovered that Meridian 105
west oft Greenwich split the statp of
Colorado just beyond Denver, pplorado
Springs and Pueblo, and the ftuntlng ftuntlng-ground
ground ftuntlng-ground plotted out for me topk fn
three-fourths of the "remainder tit Ifte
state, a slice of Utah, a good bit bigger
slice of New Mexico, with a bite out
of the northeastern corner of Arizona,
Just for good measure.
"Me for the wild and woolly!" I
brayed. "Don't you see me rigged out
In a nice, hairy pair of 'snaps' and
riding hell-bent -for-leather 1 believe
that's the phrase over the snow-

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OCALA EVENING STAfi, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 53, 1921
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New Brazil Nuts.
Paper Shell Pecans,,
Imported Malaga Table Raisins,
Seeded Raisin3,
Seedless KaLuruii,

Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel

Pineap'ple and Assorted Fruits,
, Candied Cherries
Maniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Codfish,
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
Sunbeam Apple 4 Juice,
Mott's Apple Cider,
Ira ported Anti Pasto, -Sam?
(Big Hominy)
Real Frencla Peas,
x Firman Iladdie,
Putch Jleirrjng,

The Girl a

By
FRANCIS LYNDE

(Continued from Second Page)

Pearl Barley,
Pesrl Tapico, . f
(I rah am Flour,
Whole Wheat Flour,
Plain Buckwheat Flour

Roquefort Cheese,
Edam Cheese Imported,
New York State Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Kippered Herring,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
Split Peas, etc.

TEAPOT GROCER

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t..i I can now five you the
r5j- very latest, up-to-date

4s ..ntknr1a aeaurmir

iefffie most careful
tfrorP service.

UR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Oician
Eysieht MneeialUr -,

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Fifte&n Years Experience
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Up-f3,D?ttc Ijinth Counter
z?A Dial so Rocsn
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
JOHN FJEIRIE
Proprietor
108 South Magnolia St.

Day phone 47. Night Phone 515

GEORGE JlacKAY CO.
Funeral pire'tQrs, EmbalmerB
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

as tneT.se"ffiayleHr tsut Jut Imagine

Percy the Immaculate pulling a bone bone-head
head bone-head Joke like this!

"You are .taking tt for a, joke? she

questioned. ; '".

Sure I am; and its a rather rotten

one at that I should say considering
the source.

"Then you won't go to look for the

bine-eyed girl with nut-brown hair ami
the cunning little mole? Think of what
you may be missing! f f

For Just one crazy minute I had

hunch, or a premonition, or whatever

you like to call It. that the letter mlzh'

not be a joke. Grandfather Jasper had
always been a bit eccentric rich

man's privilege and a rich old man's
Incontestable right. What If he had

actually done this thins to me?

thing scarcely less devastating than

cutting me off without a penny? On

the spur of the moment I said:

"If I should go. would you wait for

me, Wsetter ":

She took her time about answering

a good and sufficient plenty of It

I think perhaps va oetter nm

rhanee the ting back, stannle." slv

said,, sort of wlntrlly. "If there Is an an-money
money an-money and you should happen to fln

It, yon would probably fling It al

away before you -ofcld vl buck to Boa-

ton. Betide, there is the blue-eyed

ir ; If he Kborfid bring j?u u fortune,

you'd have to imirrj her. wouldn't you?

You are big nKxtrHi. uud well er

nice in a gtd t;i;in.v .way,. Stanide.
and much too good-lokfng frfr your
qwn good; but when you inutry j

you do m arrjr yuujU f wtx m sura
that the girl Ua wottey enough to buy
her own hats. I haven't "enough, as

you know." . I

'I know only too well that the love-in-a-cottage
Idea has never appealed
to you," I said, with the regretful stop
pulled all the way out in deference to
lie sentimental decencies
' rot In the least. Btanrfle. dear; not
In the littlest least.
This appeared to be the end of our

-rather : lukewarm love-dream, and to

te really honest and aboveboard about

It, I am obliged to confess that ; It
didn't break as many bones for rae ?
rwpfwaJf nfu,4'nvP- Afiwy-'fj
jalf-lionr 0x 8fl ffifter I k&$ said
by tji fjsette 1 met Jack i Powqitig ;
apd when 'he asked me if I fJidnt Wflt
tp go;wtft him an a bw('h, f the
fellpws fQF fl lUtle spin down the coast
of Maine to his motor cruiser,-! Ml
for the invltatfon so suddenly that he
hadn't a ghost of a ehftncV to hfteh out.
If he had wanted to, '-. ':
Bo, a few hours beyond that touch
Ing little scene at 'The Rockerle," you
may figure me. If you- please, spinning
the wheel of one of the iutie!st little
boats on the North shore, with a fresh

nor'easter blowing and "the-sea gefttng

p to give me tne time ot my youug

e to hold the Guinevere to her

course, nor' nor'east. half a point east.

"rA kw tho shoals on our uur.t

.lq nch jolly good company as we
had aboard, the stoutship Gulevre,
three f uil day s. ; elapse feQfe fi

tho?ht fif-perpy & hs Jflke $m ?,n--ered
my heafl ftgain,; a it' a, Je-

tftrpne shpt that wpujan. t na.YP

fanny ns"aa. bur""fnar denrisf eliafr.

Bon-voyage to you."

Night found us still i;jel to the

Rockland wharf; mid just lis we y ero
getting up from d'uner In the yacht
Kaloon. here caiue a boy ,i;h a tele

pram. The wire from iVrcy, and

Ijn't be a complete f-joi. It was

no Joke at all. Ask my lawyer."

Eyep then, I didn't k off -at half-

cock, though I ha ve- often btvn alll
an impulsive jackass. Tht- thlur was

still too ridiculous to bite very hard.
But farther along In the evening, when

I got to thinking It over, and more

especially when It was, shoved 'In npnn
me that 1 really did owe It to Lisette
not to" turn down even the tenth' part

of a chance to provide her with the
means of buying ber, future hats, the
die was. cast, as the play-writers snj

I made some sort of a foolish excuse
to Jack Downing and the other fellows.-caftght
a night train for Boston
stopped off at the home station long
enough to; pack a couple 'Df. grips and
to tell my mother and sinter good-by.
and the thing was- oh, no; not done
nothing like that, It was only Just
begun.

TiJT n'the V.1 Street senw of the
term. He had owneI stock in the mine
for a long time, and it had been pay paying
ing paying him dividends, right along. So
naturally, after the new strike was an announced
nounced announced he was perfectly willing to
own iure, I don't know what his In Investment
vestment Investment was. but he gave me tn nn nn-derstand
derstand nn-derstand that It -as something like
half a million. In less than a month
after the deal was closed the mine was
drowned and went out of business.
"Still. I don't see your lost oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, I threw in,
"I'm coming to that. As It happens
my specialty as an engineer Is the un un-watenng
watenng un-watenng of wet mines. The old gen gentleman
tleman gentleman had maps and profiles wltl wltl-him;
him; wltl-him; the records pt a very careful anj
excellent topograohicsl survey. Vi
reasonably certain that I discovered

-way In which that mine e.n be dralnec

at comparatively small expense.

A PLEASANT AFTERNOON

The ladies of the Baptist church
spent a very pleasant afternoon at the
home of the pastor, Dr. C. L. Collins,
on Third street, Tuesday afternoon,
from -3:30 to 5:30. Mrs. G. "B. Over Overton,
ton, Overton, acting: as general chairman of the
meeting, was assisted by the decora decoration
tion decoration committee, Mrs. J. GParrish,
Mrs. R. IL Floyd and Mrs. W. A.
Knight, and the reception committee,
Mrs. F. E. McClane, Mrs. Annie
Akins, Mrs. W. E. Smith, Mrs. W. P.
Huckaby, Mrs. C. L. Collins and Mrs.
G. B. Overton. A profusion of cut
flowers were in evidence throughout
the rooms.
- During the afternoon Mrs. I A.

Standley, representing the W. M. U.,

GCAIAEIECTOIC

A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
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IF you have an old pair of shoes that

you think you cannot use,

And have decided to throw them away,

trial well

fix

Kindly give US one

' them pp instyle,

AnpTscaavetiiem for the next

Rainy pay.
For your Soles' Salcc
Phone Us'.

Our worlc is Walk About

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heen obliged. Jo tie PP. at iocklan fp,r

motor repalra. This, aa. rec&w h

on the fourth day, asd. w a

. CHAPTER IK
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A Needle lr. a Hayutack.
; Since my happy huntinp'-gronnd be began
gan began in the middle of Colorado; t took
a ticket to Denver by way of Chicago

and Omaha'- I As recall it; now. It was
after the train had passed North

Platte that 1 lli si became -sensibly ctat-s-lous,
as you might say, of the fact
that the man in the opposite section of
the sleeping-car had a little Pullman
table set up In front of him. and was
studying maps and blUe-prints, He
was a rather efficient-looking fellow of
maybe -thirty-two or three, with dark
hair and eyes, and what Lisette would
have called a determined ne, and he
sported & beard and mustaches, nut nut-brown
brown nut-brown as-"to color, and neatly trimmed.
- Farther along we met in the smoking
room, at a time when the stuffy little
den had no other occupants. Mr. Op

posite Section's only cigar turned out
to have a broken wrapper,, so I natural naturally
ly naturally tendered my own pocket-case. That

served to break the Ice and we talked,,
dribbling along from oue-immuionplace

p, apother until finally Bjwn-beaxd
saidL, ; ; '
. Tou don't by any chance happen to
fie a mining engineer, do you?"
"Far be it from me," 1 laughed;
"nothing so useful as th;tt."
"I didn't know." he hastened to say,
half apologetically. "I sow you, study studying
ing studying maps as we came along,
2$ow, ordinarily I'm an; to talk a lot
too much 'about my oa affair I'll
admit It ; but this was o ,ie time when
I had a sort of hunch ; not to. So I
merely said :
"I saw you doing the same thing.
, "Sure you did." he admitted cheer cheerfully.
fully. cheerfully. rThen he told, tup ids name

which I go fis-BuIltQii, ur Bulletin, or
something like that arl sal he was
a mining epgineer, whid was the rea reason,
son, reason, why he had asked, ffl?. if .1 wasn't
Past that, the talk ran mostly upon

his profession, and since the mysteri mysterious
ous mysterious hunch was still nudging, me. I let
him have the floor, so to peak, fisur fisur-ing
ing fisur-ing chiefly myself as a good listener,
t .'."Yes f we do run across some, rather
queer propositions In our' trade," he
said, after he had given me some sort
of an idea of what a minin5 enfiineer's
job js like, ".In my. own experience,
for example, the"TOily sore shot "I have

everhad or possibly ever will have -got.away
"rdni we", (
It 'was np t ni,e to bite, and, of
course, did tt. -.
Vllpw .was thatr
"the man died," he Replied laconi

cally.

Thaf sounded rather Interesting, so,
I gave hln3, another pinch,
"Tell me about it; if it wpn't hare
you."
, He grinned, good-naturedly and acr

but 1 didn't cive my Plan away. In

stead, I made him a proposition; of offered
fered offered to undertake the drainage Job
at my own costs. If I should succeed,
he was to deed nae a fourth Interest in
the property. If I didn't succeed, it
was to cost him nothing sort of a
contingent fee, as a lawyer would say."
I laughed. "You made an offer like
that to a stranger7 and on a mine that
you had never seen?"
He grinned good-naturedly and got
back' at me, quick. N
"All business is a taking of chances.
As the matter stood at that stage of

the game, I had everything to gain and

UNCLASSIFIED
ArvERT!sr.r,iF.r.TS

FOR SALE A piano, also second secondhand
hand secondhand f urnituxe boupht and sold.
Eagle Furniture Co., Ill South
Magnolia street. SO-Ct

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WOdD AND ORANGES A nice lot
of oak and pine wood in stove and
fireplace size S5.50 per cord of -three
stands or ?2 per cord. I also l
have a nice lot of oranges at $1 per
hundred or $2.-50 a packed box. W. -D.
Cam, phone 191. SO-tf

WANTED Situation, by Al- book-keeper-
Best of references. W. I.
Flowers, Adel, Ga. 29-3t

Mrs. C. L. West, Y. W. A. and Sun-

a told him 1 thought I could do it; beamSj and Mrs. R. H. -Floyd, the G.

A gave in a few words, outlines of
work accomplished and also plans for
the future. :

An interesting program was ren

dered as follows, under Mrs. W. E.

Tillmans supervision:

Instrumental solo, "Robin's Return"

(Leander Fisher) Miss Louie Smoak.

Vocal solo, "Voices of the Woods"

(Rubinstien) Miss Ruth Collins.

Orchestra selections, high" school-

orchestra under direction of Mrs.

Cole.

Instrumental solo, Witches' Dance,

noUiing to lose, and the ouly chance I J Miss Marie Robertson.

Fink)

Spring Flowers (William

Miss Ava Lee Edwards.

Vocal duet, "Whispering Hope"

(Alice Hawthorne) Mrs. Tillman and

Miss Margaret Overton,

Instrumental solo, "Ripples of the

Alabama" (Henri H. Andrews) Miss

At the conclusion of the program,

refreshments consisting of hot choc chocolate,
olate, chocolate, marshmallows and several
kinds of home made cake, prepared

by Mrs. Lanier Robertson, Mrs. Zula
Snowden and Mrs. P. "A. Durand, were

served by MrsI J). Niel Ferguson,
Miss Margaret Overton, Mrs. J. G.
Farrish, Miss Ava Lee Edwards and
Miss Marie Robertson.

About sixty ladies were present.

18

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in private family only. Price, ?2o0.

Can be seen at Adams & Morrison j

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FOR SALE Ford roadster, 1918; p

bargain for cash. Apply to A. F. j

Ingram, 815 E. Adams St. 25-t

garage.

"Slop,
Listen

It is not
safe to wait
any longer.
Give me
that suit or

overcoat order at once.
Don't let cold weather
catch you unprepared.
J. A. GIMBIIR
120 S. Mala St- Upstairs
Thompson Building

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FOR RENT Five room apartment.!

Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck

in excellent condition, equipped

with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf

LIFE

Fir

was taking was In the bet on my own

ability as an engineer. The old man

was a queer old clger In some re

spects; as secretive and cautious as

an old fox. For example: he had care

fully, cliDDed the name of the mine

from the blue-prints and other papers.

and In all our talk he never once le!

that name slip, and never even men

tioned the name of the district In

which the mine was located. But in

SDlte of all this caution be drew up a

sort of option agreement with me.

"We found a lawyer and had the

agreement drawn up in legal form.

The time limit was to, be a jear, and

each of ufc.wps to put up a thousand

dollars ttt make the agreement bind-

tng, If either of us should wish to

withdraw within that time, he was at

liberty to do so by forfeiting his ante
of a -thousand dollars to the other. If
neither -of us withdrew by or. before

the end of the year, I was to be Ifc- TUESDAY NIGHT AUCTION CLUB

a i a i.i I i

eny io go aneau wi my Mnt'uaj

project, and, the Agreement bound the Miss Sarah Dehon was hoatets last

oxvner tp turn over a one-fourth Inter- eyening to the Tuesday night auction
m In the property to me upon the 1 . covoni fif ,,,,-tion were

LOST at basket tail game Saturday
night, black ribbon watch fob, hav having
ing having round medal Avith medical in insignia
signia insignia suspended from gold bar
with world "Florida' 'on it. Return
to Herbert Freelander, at Ocala
hli.h school. 2S-3t

WANTED To rent
rooms and kitchen.
Reeder, Star office.

two sleeping
Apply to J. H.
28-3t

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE

C. V. Roberts
Fhone 305

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WANTED A middle aged woman to
act as companion- for an elderly if

. lady from 9 a. m to 3 p. m., m re- I

turn for room rent and other priv priv-ileves.
ileves. priv-ileves. Phone 5C8 between 7 and
9 in the evening. 28-6t

Miss

mnmletion of th lob and the unwater-

n.fthan,i enjoyed aurini? i the evening

At thA mnmint i nndpr encajre- Annie Benton -Fyller scored highest

ment to go to Peru for a Chicago syo- and w presented with a pair of
dicate. and I expected, to be out qf the pretty earring Mrs. Good; holder
United $tMe for at least six. month, of the lowest tcore, was given two

atd maybe longer. A U tn.rnedl out, painty handkerchiefs. At the conclu conclude
de conclude South American job was 9 lot big- sion of tvfl ame the hostess, assisted
ger than bad a.nejpated. and for fc he mother. Mrs,-Dehon, served a

"" Z I? salad course of wafers, hot coffee and

landed in New York. '. Yesterday 1 candy. Those playing during the eve eve-called
called eve-called upon the Omaha banker, and he ning were Mrs. John Good, Mrs. Leon
pdva m the cheerlne information that Mason. Misses Ruth Simmons, Alice

FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms.

Apply 120 N. Sanchez. 28-tf

DRESSMAKING Mme. Thiebaux, a
French dress maker, 215 W. 5th
St., specialist in evening dresses
and lingerie. Will be pleased to
serve the ladies of Ocala in these
lines of work. 28-6t

Barney Spencer
Phone 431

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ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Em balm era
Private Morgue and Chapel"
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

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rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. SO-tf

FOR RENT Six room furnished

house, with use of piano (615 South j

Sanchez St.) for $35 per month.
Apply to 615 S. Sanchez street, or
write Mrs. F. Lytle, Stanton, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 24-Gt

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Repair AH Cars
Weld All Metals
Rebore .Cylinder
For S3tisTa.ciion pive Us a

iff- r$y

my old man was dead had died Just

a few days earlier."

"Still, I don't see how you have lost

I put in.

"Walt; here come the funny part

of it. Mr. Baftker tells m.e solemnly

that ara remembered In my old gen

tleman's dlspisltlon of some casl lega

cies made just before b-lsi deat aud

I'm to have the thousand dollars, whlck

he put up a,s a forfeit. took the prize
dwn and spent some pf It wMhln the
next few minuter wiring the 9! tTva's

home lawyer, whose naUP djjadAlress
the banker had givn ne. briefed

,tjp,e tvatl9 for the lawyer, said. W

ready to fulfill ray part; ox th oon-

triui. and asked Iw t wire rae the

name location, of tpe mine. You u
neyer fjness in a thousand years the

kind of an answer I gotr
I shook mjr
"Nftl probably not. What was it?

"It was a bolt f rom the blue, all

right. Mr. Home Lawyer wired that

Sexton, Anne .Benton Fuller, Louise
Spencer, Margaret Jackson and "Sara

Dehon. V

NOTICE, MASONS

Regular meeting night Thursday,

December 1st, ?:3Q. Work In the third
degree. B- J Adams, Seey.

' PESTROTS SLEEP ;
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Miny Ocala People TeaUfy to This

CORDREY'S Transfer is n the job

lay and night. Moving household

furniture and baggage our special-

ie. Once tried, always used. Phone

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

FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab

bage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. h. Ocala. C. II. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
Machine office, No. 2 Fort King
Ave. Mail orders returned same day
as received. 1 23-tf

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
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 no-'
' no-' tice. Only, best material used. A.

B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. 11-8-lm

FOR SALE) Just -received a carloai
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf

Yu rant sleen at night

With ache and pains cd! a bad back.

When you have to get up irom un

nary troubles.

If the kidneys are at iauit;

Set them working right with Doan's

Kidnev .Pills.; :

Hers is Ocala prooi 01 tneir merit

H. G. McDavid. retired carpenter,

Henry and N. Oscccla St?.. y:. I

his 'c Vent had never owned a share of J suffered ftom bladder trouble, I was
raining stock in his life, that there was compelled to get up oftin at night to
" I x A . A k im

nothing in his papers or records bear- pass ,ine juaney secretions -o uui
ing upon the .subject of my telegram fcroto ,my 'Jipl

and that I must be either drunk or kv piTla

crazy. Of course, he mant put it jusi Tvdinri & Co's. druz store.

that way In his reply, but that is what anJ elpe me in a very short
he meant. ; itime. noan'a soon strenethened my

-How do you sort It outr lnquAred-1 kidneys and bladder
The lawyer's telegram! I put tt up I Price 60c at all dealers. Dont

that mr rautioua. eeret!ve old gentle- sm ply ask for a kidney remedy get

I'll .i. .. V. .tin I nnn V w -rr rHlla Vi o a m o that

mxn never luiu nu innu bl unuc av,su, iwauq tv4HiVj --- -

bis mining Investments; Kept tnem miiMi, waviq nu. rMWiiuiuuiu vaj.,

nmtif cn in ctwuii. antte lMfrs Buffalo, N. 1. Adv. 6

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FOR SALE Home of seven roomys,
pantry and bath room in fine loca-

BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 1G3 and
- 117. 23-tf

NOTICE

'Singer Sewme Machine oruce is

now located in the Burnett build

ing. ZS-6t

You Can Figure Me, if Yeu lee,
t,Spinning'he fh?i of Qn cf h
Short. -

jfetoa mm butby Jovei he had the mag

Emc-Ke Hon Rey- Tht rrcod fiprar.

If you've vi?r t-ien nettei bread
i and. rolls than we serve you, tell us
about it. Federal Bakery. 15-6t

PRACTICAi. JLONTBACTOB
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con

tract work. Gives more

and

better

dog that made me remember; a mon-

matftF P-

a mo'

ihsrepitable looking mongrel, at tbt.

but-by Jove 1 he had the magic marK-

Ings Hflf of fppp. measnring fwii
a Hn drawn straight -down over- the
tip of bis nose, was black, and the oth
r half was a dingy, dirty white.; ;
So then 1 did a little rapid figuring

on- train schedules. If Percy had left
Washington as I knew he "was plap:
iing'ar'in; dlplomiU cbus shoiiid
lave been, at that figuring moment.
, ust about dw In San franclscq- fhat
lelng tie case, px the likelihood, I tod toddle
dle toddle pp tn flge tepfrap9 offlce pnd ept
a message, addressing it La car of the
captain of whatever might be the next
?4?i. ivrti f. CTrtwn,

He Grinned Good-Naturedly anl Al

eptcd Another Cigar.

eepted another cigar out of my pocket-

case.
"You'll be the oue to be bored. l
was this way ::- A little qvr "a year
ago I wa on my way to Chicago with

a report that I had been making on
soifle properties in the, Cripple Creek
distriet-" In the Dehver-Qmaha IulV
mau'l fell In with' a-nice old gentle gentleman
man gentleman who bad been buying himself a
gold brick in the shape of .a .flooded
mine. The mine had at e time been
p 'urodncer though not by any means
what vou'd call a 'bonanza.' After a

rather extended dividend-paying period
-I don't know just how long, though
It was some years the luck changed,
as sometimes happens. In sinking and

drifting the operators had uncoverea
unother vela which .was exceedingly

ricn.? Don't let me talk your arm off."
-.1 "Go ahead, aid L "My arms are
Insured."
Well, at about the time that they
struck this new underlying vein, they

r also struck water; so much of it as to

lead them to suspect that they had
tt.rl an tinderTonnd lake. The old

possibly he didn't afe any other ex, ex,-,C?p,tliS
,C?p,tliS ex,-,C?p,tliS iif I've been tell Ins you

about, and the one beegarueq as a
dead cock In the pit. That would ex explain
plain explain the situation nicely, cVon't yon
think r s
The story bad left me a bit fogged
an to the present state and standing

otJCivUZ twa way.- STOMACH TROUBLES

I f 1 T, V. 1 i a ruil1. 1 -.

feetlv irooti mine somewhere west of

n- thof la r,rth Hnvwhoi- from a

quarter to a half million, and at the! (jj5t Laaj Had Soaetlliag Lu'Z

nreien.t motnent it is mating arouno

without an owner. S far as I can see.
I'm the only man on top of earth who

has a' claim on any part of It. And I

have no more Idea than the roan in the
moon where tt Is at." Xo;.ru afraid

my handsome fortune is a, lost Vo,

far as I'm concerned.

His mcntlun, uf Ht oog bit me
right In the center of the Uar plexus

and I laughed like a fool.

"What struck your funny-bone TT be
demanded, fciirt of fiublously. I fancied.

"Nothing. I purgled; "nothing

worth mentioning only rm hunting

for a lost dotf, tfH,

Put 1 didn't tell him any more. After
we'd smoked a while longer, and

lirovn-beard had Biwlogl-ed for mak making
ing making me listen to his rather longish tale
of woe. we tfrk the frier's hint that

he'd like to have the smoking room for

his nightly shoe-shine, and turned! to.

ADAMS & MORMSOW GARAGE
Magnetos Rcc-iarficd Ccrs Washed and Pclislied
Repair Worlc, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 534 Ocala. Florida

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BLack-DracgLi, Then
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Banishes SMn Eruptions, Puts On Firm Flesh.

Continned, Xom0rr01iVi
EAT AT THE MAXXNE

Best neal3 in the city for 10 certs.

TwfTitv-one meal ticket for $7. Phone

260. 310 N. Main street. tf

Till

Seymour, Ind. "Some time aso

had a sick spell, sometmng ne i-t-i
gestlon," writes Mrs. Clara Peacock c.
Route f. this place. "1 would get ve:;.

sjck at the stomacn, ana spu or vuu
especially la the taornlngs. ..

"Then I began tne use or icecioru
Biack-nra-ght, after I had tried othc
xned: rines. The Black-Draught r.
lir.v.d me mora than anything that
tookv snd X got all right,
"I haven't found anything he'.ie he'.ie-thar
thar he'.ie-thar Black-Draught wt.cii rafirrln
fron trouble caused by cons-iratio!
It is easy and sure. Can be taker i.
e : -it doses or large as the case oil
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you haT iek Foa.cX lnvi
rerXion, adaxhe, constipation, c
t her dlaj"reeatle symptorc?, tak
Black-Draught to help keep yo
ytea free from poUovu
ThedIorda Biack-Draught Is ma;
from purely vegetable Ingi dienU
acts in a gentle, natural way, aci ha
no bad after-effects.; It may be safel:
taken by young or old.

Get a package of Black-DTaurnt to
it. insist on the irenulae, Thedlord's

KO-14.

Get your galax

at

day. Insist oa the genuine,

At your drusslst's.

leaves

n j e-A- p- Pr. Tt f"-o-i c.tt.

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Featur if Yoo H--n Ugly
Skin. FUbby FWH.
Chtkt or Se-wo Nk Nk-tUitm'i
tUitm'i Nk-tUitm'i VITAMON Tk.t
r Fonti--lr Cui-nd to
Ci You Nw Hwlth. Bety
mnd a Mora Rounded fmcm
mi Fiux-

If yon want to rkV!y clear ywr Via a&5
compleiioa, put some Lmx. fceaiby e,h oa
your booe, increase your nerve fore tad
power, aod look aad fet l 100 pr cent. Utter,
rimply try Ukirsst two cf MaeUa's tiny ypsj-
VITAMON Ttiet ith each Tr.frai sr,d watch
Ttsolts. Alatia VITAMON Tb-

eiCKMAaS" lets coo tain tag;y roDcerjT.rua

yeagVnttane aa we.i &s te two
other etij.1 roore importaat ritacciaet
rt Snhihl- A and Water SoluUe

the etom&eb or cause r-s but. on tha
eontrair. are a great aid to -deesnon, to oref oref-Cone
Cone oref-Cone coaBtipatina xd aa a peaerul cocl-JoEr
of the hol fjslesa. Pimples, boils and tlia
errtioc eem to vanish Lite made under thf r
pariyi-Z vxtuence, the complexion becorae

fm-h a4 iauu?ul. the cheeks rosy lzittead cf

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paie, t.e tps rea icsxsa c-i cooru-s, vec cye
bright instead cf dull. So rapid and aoai:-.?
ara the results th&t success is aLeoIuU.Sy guax-i--teed
or the trial costs you notbio?. Barjrtors Barjrtors-EQeiabeT
EQeiabeT Barjrtors-EQeiabeT the une Mastia's VI-TA-I-iON
oriria-d asd (rnuine yeart-r-;tan.:x.e tLiet

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There is uotfcin eJie like it, so do not accept iituutioas or substity
get "Mastia's VITAMON" TaHeta at all good drugs-its.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER S3, 1S21

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-'"II you nave any sueieiy iteiiia
the Star, please call llive-one.
Mrs. II. C. Packham continues quite
ill.
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Dr. W. K. Lane's attractive two

apartment fiat in the! second ward

Rearing completion-

Get your galax leaves at
EOOK SHOP, 20c par dozen.

THE

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Mrs. McCord of Jacksonville, has

"returned hosae after a pleasant visit
ift Ocala with Mrs; W. P. Buhrman.'

Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
. The Furniture Men 30-tf

:Vv ., .,., ,, v-..-. .
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mills and lit

tle son have gone to Winter Garden
to reside. Ocala regrets to lose this
Estimable familv. -

This is arStudebakjr year.

Flaconettes perfumery put up in

glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the

Court Pharmacy. Phci ne 2S. 16-t

' Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Phillips have
gone to housekeeping in the xottage

just vacated by Mr. Elbert Mills and

family.

A good bargain is to get what you

want when you want it at a reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Low prices are 1 not al always
ways always bargains when it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf

The basket ball team, of the Busi

ness and Professional Woman's Club
will meet for t practice tomorrow,

' Thursday, night, at eight o'clock.

Overland 83, five passenger; good

tires, top and upholstering, $250.

Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
phone 8, city. 15-tf

" Mrs. N. Hickman of Ridgewood, N.
J., is expected this afternoon to
spend the winter ill Ocala with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. ChazaL

We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf

. Mrs. Sam Leigh of Jacksonville,
who is visiting in Ocala,. is the guest
of Mrs. J. G. Lege until Thursday,
when she will visit for a few days
with Mrs. B. F. Condon.

One Ford roadsster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at' once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Earnshaw of
Bradentown, are announcing the birth
of a daughter, Nov. 28th. The young
lady has been named Mary Louise.
Mrs. Earnshaw before her marriage
was Miss Eleanor Nixon, daughter of
Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding ,elder of
this district for the number of years.

A varied line of parlor sets now on

f display here. They are serviceable,
up-to-the-minute, and selling at very

reasonable prices. Let us show you
the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture

Men. 30-tf

, Mr. T. S. Mathews spent yesterday
in town, transacting business. He was
en. route from St. Petersburg to his
home in Mannville. Mrs. Mathews is
, visiting relatives in St. Petersburg,
where she will remain for some time

longer. Mr. Mathews is building an

, attractive home at Hollister, where in
the future they will make their home.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

The friends of Mrs. T. C. Clayton
will be soixy to hear that for the
past two weeks she has been critically
ill. Mrs. Ivan Lanier, her daughter,

from Fort Lauderdale, and Mr. Ev Everett
erett Everett Clayton, her son, who. has been
in the hospital at Iake City, have ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala, having been sent for
on acount of the serious condition of
their mother.

Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meal;. Just call phone
103. Main Street Market. tf

Mrs. B. F. Condon entertained the
Eastern Star sewing circle at her
home Tuesday afternoon. There was
a good attendance and much work was
accomplished. There was an election
of officers resulting: as follows: Mrs.
Carrie Ritchie, president; Mrs. Freida
Veihe, vice president; Mrs. G. T. Cbn Cbn-dreyV
dreyV Cbn-dreyV secretary and treasurer. Mrs.
Condon was assisted by Mrs. J. C.

Smith, Mrs. C. E. Simmons and Mrs.
Carrie Richie in serving fruit salad,
coffee and cakes. The next meeting
will be in January.!

MRS. LLOYD "AT HOME"

Beautiful with the simpliicty of
finished elegance a.nd perfection of
detail that marked all the appoint appointments,
ments, appointments, was the at home given yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon by Mrs. M. W. Lloyd.
Master George Lloyd, quaint in his
little Lord Fauntleroy suit of black
velvet, nitt the guests as they arrived
and escorted them to the -reception

FRANK'S
"The Fashion Center"

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In accordance with our policy not to carry over goods from one season to the other we
are pleased to announce that we are carrying out this policy, to. the letter
this year as in former years

Usually, and in normal times this big Clean-up Sale takes place in
January. Due to the unusual and extremely warm weather this
Fall we have a little more seasonable goods on hand than
we usually have at this time of the year. t
Therefore.
We decided to take a drastic step in cleaning out all Winter Ready-to-Wear
goods now, rather than wait until January,
as in former years.
v Our Entire Stock of

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Coats," Woolen Dresses of Tricotine, Poiret
Twill and Serge, Woolen Skirts,
Children's Coats.

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Everything marked
in plain figures and
deduct exactly half to
get the selling price.
Do not procrastinate
as these goods will not
last forever at these
prices.
The sooner you
come, the better the
selection!.

Please do not ask
us to send goods on
approval or alter any anything,
thing, anything, nor will any anything
thing anything be charged.
Remember that half
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cordially and giaciously received. 'and red Radiance roses. During the
The flowers used in the front draw- afternoon Mrs. William Hocker pour-
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irg room were yeuow enrysanxne- w auu

mums, the back 'drawing room being

filled with beautiful pink roses.
In the dining room, where tea was
served during the afternoon, the table
was covered with a beautiful tea
r!i V in t-: cT!tf?r of "Wh ?tirvod a

Tea cakes of all sizes, shapes and
kinds, salted pecans and bon-bons
were attractively arranged on the
serving table where they were served
during the afternoon afternoon-Mrs.
Mrs. afternoon-Mrs. II. W. Henry, MrsHarry BoA-

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The hostess was gowned in grey
canton crepe with touches of old rose.
Miss Lloyd wore black lace. Mrs.
Clarence Camp wore a beautiful lace
gown in black and blue and Mrs.
William Hacker wore black lace cut
on modish-lines.
The flowers used during the after-

garden and in beauty and perfection
rivaled the choicest hothouse blos blossoms.
soms. blossoms. During the afternoon, from 3 to 5,
about one hundred ladies called. This
"at home" with Mrs. Lloyd as the
gracious hostess, the simplicity and
cordial hospitality will .be .remember .remembered
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