AS S 0 CI ATED
WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Friday; cooler tonight.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 61; this afternoon, 73.
OGALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1921
II ITIOIIS HQtiOB
The Peer in Death of Our Martyred
Presidents, His Casket is iieapea
Mountain High with Floral Offer Offer-ings
ings Offer-ings from All the World and His
C Associated PrewsJ
Washington, Nov. 10. Great and
small folk moved in an endless pro procession
cession procession today through the rotunda of
the nation's capitol to' pay tribute to
the unknown dead lying in such state
there as only martyred presidents
have known. All who .could speak for
groups in. this land or for powers of the
world were free to place their floral
offerings about the casket.
HEAPED MOUNTAIN HIGH
Hour by hour the heaping flowers
grew mountain high and spread about
the vast chamber. Flowers that
bloomed in France were there and
flowers brought all the way from
South Africa, nine thousand miles
FROM KINDRED NATIONS :
Among the most formal pilgrimages
to the chamber was that planned by
the British embassy. From the em
bassy building was arranged a parade
headed by" Arthur J. Balfour, head, of
the British delegation to Washington
and former prime minister, and Sir
Auckland Geddes, British ambassador.
Two motor trucks carried flowers, one
wreaths from King Georgia, one from
Premier Lloyd George and wreaths
from Canada, Australia, New Zealand,
India and Newfoundland.
Obstinacy of the Province May Pre
vent the Hoped For Peace
London, Nov. 10. A statement is
sued after this morning's meeting of
the Ulster cabinet members here con concluded
cluded concluded "Sir James Craig on behalf of
the cabinet of northern Ireland wishes
it clearly understood that there can
be no surrender of, Ulster's rights."
ORANGE COUNTY JURY
INDICTED LENA CLARKE
Orlando, Nov. 10. The Orange
county grand jury today returned an
indictment against Lena Clarke,
charging her with murder in the first
degree in connection with the killing
of Miltimore. An indictment was also
returned against Baxter Patterson,
the West Palm Beach chauffer, charg
ing accessory before the fact. Pat Patterson
terson Patterson drove Miss Clarke to Orlando
from West Palm Beach prior to the
ROBBERS IN BIG CITIES
MADE SUCCESSFUL RAIDS
A STRONG CONTRACT
At their regular meeting this week,
the commissioners considered the
proposition of the state road depart
ment to Marion county. They favored
accepting it, but want a contract in
suring immediate work on and speedy
completion of the road. The county
attorney will draw up a contract to
that effect and forward it, tp Talla
MEETING OF VETERANS
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met
November 8th, 1921, with Commander
W. E. McGahagin presiding. Prayer
by W. J. Folks. The following com
rades answered to roll call: Alfred
Ayer J. L. Beck, R. J. Evans, M. P.
Frink, W. J. Folks, A. M. Bullard, F
E. Harris, W. E. McGahagin, B. H
Norris, John Pasteur, C. C. Priest, J
C. Trantham and J. W. Coshow. Min Minutes
utes Minutes of last meeting read and ap
proved. The following comradeswere
elected as delegates to the reunion at
Lakeland: FE. Harris, C. C. Priest,
W. Ji Folks, W. E. McGahagin, M. P.
Frink, A. C. White, J. C. Trantham
J. L. Beck and Alfred Ayer, with half
a vote each. Alfred Ayer, Adjt.
CHO-CHO THE HEALTH CLOWN
ULSTER III GIVE
BY OTHER IIATIOII
So Far As Is Known, America Only
Power That Has a Plan Ready
For the Arms Parley
(Associated Press j
Washington, Nov. 10. The propos proposals
als proposals to be made by the American dele delegation
gation delegation to the conference on armament
limitation apparently constitute the
only suggestion prepared in advance
as to ways and means of curtailing
nival expenditures without sacrifice
of national security. Great Britain
13 not known to have worked out any
formula, Japan is awaiting American
suggestion and France and Italy are
more concerned with land forces than
Of Virginia, of Which Republicans
Had Possession Since Eighteen
. (Associated Press)
Richmond, Nov. 10. Latest returns'
from the Ninth Virginia congressional
district, heretofore regarded as the
only great republican stronghold in
the state, gave Trinkle, democratic
candidate for governor, a majority
ranging from 1500 to 1800 over Henry
W. Anderson, the republican candi candidate
date candidate This is the first democratic vic victory
tory victory in the Ninth district since 1898.
(Associated Press j
Philadelphia, Nov. 10. Diamond
rings and unset precious stones valued
at more than $50,000 were stolen from
a jewelry store at 718 Sanson street
today by three bandits who escaped.
St. Louis, Nov: 10. Two armed
men today held up the downtown jew
elry store of Edward J. Gallant and
escaped with jewelry valued at from
$35,000 to $50,000.
ON ARMISTICE DAY
Holiday hours will be observed by
the postoffice on Nov. 11th, Armistice
Day, as a mark of respect to the mem
ory of those who gave their lives in
the world war. There will be no de delivery'
livery' delivery' by city carriers nor on rural
routes. The general delivery and
stamp .windows will be kept open
from 8 to 9 a. m. All mail will -be
dispatched and boxed a3 usual.
R. F. Rogers, Postmaster.
BANK WILL CLOSE
Friday, November ltlh, Armistice
Day, the Metropolitan Bank of Ocala
will be closed.
PALERMO WILL GO TO.
THE STATE HOSPITAL
Tampa, Nov. 10. The commission
appointed by Judge Robles to investi investigate
gate investigate the sanity of Guiseppe Palermo,
charged with killing his wife with a
goif club several months ago, declared
him mentally unbalanced. He will be
sent to Chattahoochee.
LET UP ON PEARLM AN
Tampa, Nov. 10. Herman Pearl Pearl-man,
man, Pearl-man, arrested Tuesday in connection
with the fire in Ybor City Monday
night, was discharged this morning
after the preliminary hearing, called
because the prosecuting witness failed
IT IS ALSO CODA'S
DAY OF ARMISTICE
Soldiers and Marines from the Ever
Faithful Isle Will Help
Havana, Nov. 10. Carrying a bat battalion
talion battalion of infantry, another of marines
and two military bands, the Cuban
cruiser Cuba sailed today for Key
West, where the troops will take part
in ceremonies incident to Armistice
Day and the burial bf America's un unknown
known unknown soldier as official representa representatives
tives representatives of the government in the Amer American
ican American celebration.
NORTHERN WOMAN ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF THE U. D. C.
TOURING CAR HIT BY A TRUCK
Wednesday afternoon a truck driv
en by a negro made the turn around
the Magnolia-Broadway dummy with
too wide a swing. When he found
that he was about to hit Mr. L..N.
Green's car, parked at the curb, he
made every possible effort to stop but
the pavement was wet and slippery
and his brakes would not hold, so the
truck went into the rear of Mr.
Green's car. As luck would have it,
Mr. Green had not turned his car
into the curb, so the impact of the
blow only rolled it off down the street
until it struck a Ford and stopped.
No damage was caused by the acci accident
dent accident and the negro went on his way
rejoicing that he was not jailed.
, WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY
(COURTESY BATTLE & CO. )
St. Louis, Nov. 10. Mrs. Living Livingston
ston Livingston Rowe Schuyler, "of New York,
was today elected president general
of the United Daughters of the Con Con-fedracy
fedracy Con-fedracy in convention here. Her elec election
tion election was by acclamation. She is the
first woman living north of the Mason
and Dixon line ever elected president
MARINES WILL GUARD MAILS
All our stores will be closed all day
Friday on account of Armistice Day.
It U-SERVE STORES.
BUICK "4 ROADSTER
SEW YORK COTTON
All exchanges closed tomorrow on
account of Armistice Day.
Open High Low
.17.40 17.52 16.81
17.10 17.25 16.58
17.05 17.22 16.58
16.90 17.00 16.46
15.70 15.70 15.22
Spots dull, fully middling
! Sales 5000, including 4000 American.
Receipts 28,041, including 23,921 Am Am-cember
cember Am-cember 10.96, January 10.87, March
erican. Futures closed steady, De De-10.87,
10.87, De-10.87, May 1082, October 10.34.
HDhe 1916 Buick "4" roadster. Al
shape, $250. Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla.
Phone 348. 9-6t
Washington, Nov. 8. With orders
to shoot to kill if necessary to prevent
mail robberies, 1000 marines have
been ordered to duty as guards of
mail trains and trucks and at postof-
fices in fifteen cities. The men will
be armed with pistols and sawed-off
shotguns, Postmaster General Hays
announced after a conference with
Major General Lejeune, commandant
of the marine corps. The marines are
to be replaced eventually, he said, by
a special force recruited from the
Our yard and office will be closed
al! day tomorrow.
It R. H. Todd Lumber Company.
COUPLE OF WRECKS
Head-On Collision in Eastern Texas
And Trains Left the Track
Marshal, Texas, Nov. 10. One
trainman is missing and several pas
sengers were slightly injured in a
head-on collision today between a
Texas & Pacific passenger and freight
train seven mile seast of Longview,
Texas. The passenger train was de derailed,
railed, derailed, the baggage car smashed and
the wreckage burned, according to re reports
ports reports to T. & P. officials.
Oklahoma City, Nov. 10. A Santa
Fe passenger train, southbound, Kan
sas City to Gulf, was wrecked .near
Mulhall, Okla., forty miles north of
here this" morning. No details have
bc-en obtained but reports said the
entire train except the engine and one
mail car left the tracks. Several per
sons were injured but no one killed,
according to reports from Guthrie.
BY OCALA BOYS
Democrats Spring Surprise on Repub Republicans,
licans, Republicans, Altho Making a Reas Reasonable
onable Reasonable Demand
Washington, Nov. 10. The demo democrats
crats democrats of the House sprang a surprise
on republican leaders today by pre presenting
senting presenting a resolution providing for an
immediate and straightout vote on the
Senate 50 per cent surtax rate amend amendment
ment amendment to the tax revision bill. The re republican
publican republican leaders opposed the amend amendment
ment amendment and a hot debate resulted.
ARTHUR BALFOUR ARRIVED
Arthur J. Balfour, acting head of
the British delegation to the arma armament
ment armament conference, arrived in Washing Washington
ton Washington today. Simultaneously the dele delegates
gates delegates from Australia and New Zea Zealand
land Zealand reached the city.
A temporary lease of power plant
No. 2 of the Muscle Shoals, Alabama,
district, has been made to the Alabama
Power Company, Secretary Weel's an announced
nounced announced today.
Boys and Girls of Marien County.
Dear Boys and Girls: Do you like
the clown in the circus? Does he make
you laugh? Do you like to laugh? If
you do come to the Temple theater at
12 o'clock on Saturday, November 19,
and you will see Cho-Cbo, the Health
Clown. He is the funniest, most in interesting
teresting interesting clown known. He is per-
William J. Waters, born Sept, 22,
1851, died Nov, 2, 1921. Lived in
Jefferson county, Florida, many years
and there married to Indiana Humph Humphreys
reys Humphreys in 1873. Eight children, six girls
and two boys, blessed this union. Six
of these live to mourn his death,
namely: Frank Waters, John Waters,
Mrs. Jennie Vann, Eliza Hood, Annie
Hood and Dora Head.
"There was a place in Heaven
That was not quite complete,
So God took their dear one
To fill the vacant seat."
Mr. Waters came to Dunnellon in
1890, the beginning of the phosphate
industry, making this his home,
where he was a valued citizen and his
The sewing circle of the Baptist
church will hold a cake, candy and
fancy work sale cn the Ocala House
porch beginning at 10 o'clock Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning. 9-3t
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story, of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents;' special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
8-6t DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
One 1921 Ford touring car. A bar bargain;
gain; bargain; Al shape. Mack Taylor, phone
348, Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
U. S. Hospital, Lake City, Nov. 8.
Woman's Auxiliary American Legion,
Dear Friends: The box which you
so thoughtfully prepared and 'sent to
me was received yesterday. You can
never know just how much it was ap
preciated but if you could have seen
me and my buddies pitch into it, you
would have had an'idea.
Things like that probably seem just
little things to you folks back home,
but to us who are away in hospitals,
just knowing that our own people are
interested in our welfare and want to
make things pleasanter for us, is the
greatest inspiration that we have to
try to get well and become worth
something to the world again. You
know the majority of the ex-soldiers
feel that no one cares for them any
more since the war is over that since
they can no longer be of service to
the people, the people have no further
use for them. That one thing retards
their recovery more than anything
Our Ocala boys have no kick com
ing because of the indifference of
their town and I want again to thank
you for myself and the others who
enjoyed the box with me.
With best wishes, I am,
Sincerely, John Needham.
JACK KING'S SHOW COMING
KEY 3IEN TIED CLOSE
TO DODGE BROTHERS
forming at this time especially for you
though the grown-ups are also irerit- friends were numbered by his acquain acquain-;
; acquain-; Stances. He was a member of the
N Mr. Bennett is making no charge Methodist church in Madison. The
" for the theater and we are paying for body was carried back to Madison and
his coming here. So the only request buried by the side of his beloved wife
we make of you is that you come, in Oak Ridge cemetery. Services were
pay close attention and live up to some conducted by the Presbyterian pastor
- of the thines he tells you to do. at the cemetery and were attended by
Verv cordially yours. U large number of friends and rela-
Ocala Business and- tives. The grave was covered with
" Professional Woman's Club, lovely floral offerings from his many
HHfS AT POPUIAB PMC
Are You One of Our Regular Customers?
The many who are, find that our prices are low and
our goods are always fresh. We aim to please
at all times and wait1 on you promptly. Our
- best advertising is done by our customers.
Our Regular Economy Prices
P. S. Don't forget the date, Satur
day, Nov. 19th, at 12 o'clock.
friends, thus expressing silent appre
ciation of one who had been so well
known and loved.
TO THE WOMEN OF OCALA
CARD OF THANKS
The members of the Woman's Club
of this city are especially interested We wish to express our apprecia apprecia-in
in apprecia-in having all women of the city who tibn of the kindness of our friends in
possibly can to qualify as voters at J our bereavement over the loss of our
the coming city election to be held in J dear father.
December, therefore au such are
urgently requested to appear before
Mr. H. C Sistrunk, city clerk, and
have their names placed on the regis
tration book on or before next Satur
day at five o'clock, an this is the last
opportunity for registration. Let the
women be prepared tq do their duty to
their town! Mrs. Li N. Green,
Chairman Legislative Committee
Of Ocala Woman's Club.
Mrs. Jennie Vann.
Kingan's Box Bacon 48c
Kingan's Reliable Hams, lb...... 35c
K5ngan's Breakfast Bacon, lb.... 33c
Kingan's Peerless Butter, lb 50c
Kingan's Luncheon Meat, lb 30c
Fresh Dairy Milk, qt 15c
Wisconsin Cheese, lb.....' 30c
Lard Compound, lb 15c
White Bacon; lb 17c
White Sugar, lb 7c
Brown Sugar, lb 8c
Black Eye Peas, lb ...12c
Eaby Lima Beans, lb 12c
Honduras Head Rice, lb.... 10c
Grits and Meal, lb 3c
Potatoes, peck 60c
Pecans, lb 35c
Bananas, dozen 35c
Apples, pound 12c
Oranges, dozen 20c
Cranberries, quart 35c
Gold Bar Cherries, No. 2 can 40c
Rosedale Pineapple, No. 2 can. ..50c
Smilax Sifted Peas, No. 2 can.... 28c
Gibb's Tomatoes, No. 2 can 12fte
Campbell's Soups, can 12c
Pink Salmon, can 15e
Prunes, lb .20e
Dried Appies, package 18c
Raisins, package 30c
Mince Meat, package 20c
Oatmeal, package 12Vc
Pancake Flour, package 18c
Yellow Corn Meal, package 15c
The following is what. Mr. R. E
Andoe, city clerk of Gainesville, Ga.,
says about it:
To Whom It May Concern:
Jack King's Comedians, a company
of ladies and gentlemen in every re
spect, carrying one of the strongest
and best tent shows that ever visited
the city of Gainesville, has just finish finished
ed finished their engagement here.
The outstanding feature of this
company is that every play they pre
sented here was clean, with a good
moral, and the price is. within reach
After having found out just the kind
of show it was, some of the people of
Gainesville got up a petition to have
the company stay over another week,
giving them the high school lot which
was refused them before they opened,
as it was not known what class of
show Mr. King had.
It is hope dthat this company win
play a return engagement here in the
near future, as they will be more than
welcome anv time they choose to
The city of Gainesville is in need of
good, clean amusement, aand here is
hoping that Gainesville will be visited
by more shows of the Jack King's
Comedians class. R. E. ANDOE,
10-lt City Clerk.
President Haynes and Treasurer Bal Bal-lantine
lantine Bal-lantine Sign Long-Term Contracts.
Set at Rest Rumors of Changing
Policies Factory at 500 Cars Daily
Fred J. Haynes, president, and John
Ballantye, treasurer, the key execu
tives of Dodge Brothers, have just en entered
tered entered into an iron-clad contract with
that company covering a long period
of years. The announcement is in intended
tended intended to set at rest at once and for
al? time thoughts that there is the
slightest chance of a change in Dodge
Brothers, either in ownership or man
Ever since the passing of the found
ers, John F. and Horace E. Dodge, the
future of the big business has been
the subject of speculation. Its splen
did standing in the commercial world,
the great record of its achievement
and its golden future, with almost
limitless possibilities, naturally made
mouths water and tongues scatter ru rumors
mors rumors wherever -wiseacres foregathered.
But the stories and rumors, flatter flattering
ing flattering as they were, became annoying to
the owners of the business the only
ones who were not consulted in the
proposed disposition of it. Dodge
Brothers' management grew weary of
denying each crop of rumors as they
periodically appeared. The action just
taken by the board of directors, there therefore,
fore, therefore, is in the nature of a final an answer.
swer. answer. By it, it is assured that President
Haynes goes right along being chief
executive of the institution and that
ther is not, and never was, the slight slightest
est slightest idea of disturbing the original or organization
ganization organization selected by the founders of
the business; and that has never
functioned better than it is doing right
Dodge Brothers are producing 500
cars every working day and are be behind
hind behind on their orders. Automobile
Phone 76 for Prompt Delivery Service and Quality Groceries
BUICK UV ROADSTER
1917 Buick "6" rosidster, new tires,
newly painted. Price $450. Mack Tay
All Iliac IS gOOU 1X1 Uli lueiuuu i I .TU
1 1.. 1 1 1 I
restoring you to neann can. ue uau i x-
right here in Ocala by a graduate of I v
the Palmer school, licensed by the
state of Florida and twelve years ex
perience. Others are being healed.
Why not you ? Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala
EL.E. Abbott Mgr.
Ocala House Block, South Side
In the county judge's office this
morning, judge rntcn omciating,
Miss Daisy B. Fore was married to
Mr! Moses D. Milton. Mr. Milton is a
stalwart young man from Oxford and
his bride is a pretty young lady of
the same neighborhood.
Topics, Oct. 29, 1921.
BUILDING A BUNGALOW
Mr. Elmer DeCamp is having" built
cn his property on East Eighth street
a handsome, six-room bungalow. He
is also having his lots in the vicinity
cleared off. The work will be quite
an addition to Ocala improvements
when it is completed.
ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE
AT GRACE CHURCH
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; specia
dinner Sundays, ri5 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
8-t DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
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
Pal Jr. pencils 50c at THE BOOK
A short Armistice Day service will
be held at Grace Episcopal church
Friday, November 11th, beginning at
11 o'clock. The service will be con concluded
cluded concluded in ample time for those at attending
tending attending to reached the courthouse
square before the ceremonies there.
The order of service is as fololws:
Hymn No. 311, Ancient of Days.
Psalm 24, 91.
Hymn No. 418, O God, Our Help ia
The memorial of the dead, all stand standing.
ing. standing. Special prayers.
Solo, Kipling's "Recessional" Mr.
Prayers and benediction.
Hymn 326, Ten Thousand Times, -All
are cordially invited, including
John J. Neighbour, Rector.
WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY
All our Sioreswui u tiuieu aa uij
It U-SERVE STORES.
lor; phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-Gt
Smoke Don Rey. That coed cirrsr.
This is a StudebaVer year.
Smoke Don Eey. That good cigar.
oca La evening star, Thursday, November io, 1921
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And now Ulster sticks a fly in the
Attorney General Buford rules that
all the public schools may close Arm-
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Germany can still make her mark.
In fact, she makes is too often, and
that why it is so dim.
Breathitt county has been off the
front page f or a long time, but it
came back Tuesday with a rush.
The Senate has confirmed the nomi nomination
nation nomination of William M. Gober of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to be United States attorney for
the Southern District of Florida.
.Voters, men or 1 women, whose
names are not on the city registration
books, should put them there before
the books close Saturday evening.
' In our next war we will have no of officers
ficers officers but only privates In our army.
Thus shall we placate the tomwatsons
in advance. Also, we will please the
Marion county may not be so swift
as some other counties, but so far
she hasn't had to take up a collection
to keep any of her public schools in
A dispatch from Washington says
that American and Canadian prohibi prohibition'
tion' prohibition' officials have entered into a "gen "gentleman's
tleman's "gentleman's agreement," designed to re reduce
duce reduce smuggling of liquor across the
border to a minimum.
The Jacksonville Metropolis reports
that the Seminole Indions are in an
extremity, both the game in their ter territory
ritory territory and their crops being scarce.
The "people of Florida are making a
. great mistake to let this picturesque
people come so near the border line of
Mr. Bryan may not long remain a
citizen of Florida. He is kicking on
the taxes he has to pay on his home in
Miami. His taxes, $840 this year,
seem high, but they are no higher
than those of his neighbors. Mr. Bry
an should consider that it is worth a
good deal to live in Miami.
If President Harding reads the
comments of some southern papers on
fas speech, he will wonder if the edi editors
tors editors of said papers ever read the
speech.' There is nardly anything in
the president's address that some
prominent southern man hasnt said
or written at some time or other.
It seems to the Star that the best
way to defend mail cars would be to
build them so the mail clerks would
have a chance, to shoot at robbers
while they were outside. If a mail
car is held up, the best the clerks can
do is to shut the doors and wait for
the bandits to break in. In the mean-
WAtOOMJW VJOJ XT OO tf!
err &nM nRssjp
time robbers can swarm all around
the cars, build. fires under them or
plant dynamite at the .doors. Mail
cars should have loopholes in the
sides and floors, so the clerk3 and
guards could fire at holdup men with
out exposing themselves. If this was
done, four determined men could hold
a car against fifty, and even one would
stand a much better chance than now.
The prayer that follows has been
prepared and issued by the Family
Altar League of America to be said in
the two-minute period proclaimed by
Presiednt Harding for noon tomorrow,
in memory of the fallen soldiers of
the world war and on behalf of the
assembled peace conference.
"Thou Eternal God, who hast made
cf one blood all nations of men for to
dwell on all the face of the earth,
grant us that the peace we commemo
rate this day shall endure forever.
Help us, in the day of thy power, to
beat into plowshare and pruninghook
the arms we so lately laid down. Let
the birds make their nests in our use
less cannon and the grass grow upon
our crumbling fortresses. Bless and
establish the work of them that strive
to banish from thy world for all time
the dread menace of war.
"In fulfillment of thine ancient
promise, wipe away all tears from the
eyes of them that still weep for their
soldier dead; and cleanse from all
hearts the bitterness of conflict. Bring
and bind together thy children of the
families of earth in a new brother
hood of kindliness and good will, man
toward man and nation toward na
tion, until 'east and west is no more.
"These things we ask of thee, thru
thy infinite love and unfailing mercy,
for thejsake of all those that war has
made to suffer and for, every home
that war has darkened, so that their
sacrifice shall not have ben in vain
In the name of Him who came to
bring His peace to earth and good
will toward, men."
The result of Tuesday's elections
make democrats feel better, as they
made gains in a majority of the con con-tests.
tests. con-tests. : Their most important victories were
in Kentucky and Maryland, where
they elected majorities in the legisla
tures. They carried Virginia by a
big majority. In municipal contests
the country over they had the advan
tage.,..:.' .:' ."
The election of Hylan in New York
cannot be considered a democratic vic victory.
tory. victory. Hylan is the tool of Tammany,
and Tammany has sold the democratic
party out too often to be considered
an element of that party. Hylan had
the opposition of all the respetcable
democratic papers in New York. He
was supported not only by Tammany
but by the pro-German, pro-Sinn Fein,
pro-hooze and every other un-American
element in what is rapidly becom
ing an un-American, city.
The democrats made gains in the
New York assembly but couldn't prize
the republicans loose from the control
of that body. It is gratifying to note
that the socialist vot was much di diminished.
minished. diminished. The only marked national issue
voted on was in Ohio, where the sol soldiers
diers soldiers bonus measure of that state re received"
ceived" received" a big majority. Of course, this
is a state measure, but the vote shows
Ohio sentiment in regard to a nation nationwide
wide nationwide appropriation. ;
As to how much figure national af affairs,
fairs, affairs, made in the other elections it
would be impossible to say. But it is
probable that local issues held the
attention of the voters to much the
A dispatch from Tallahassee says
of the new railroad commissioner:
" 'Doug Campbell, as the appointee
is familiarly known by his many
friends throughout western and mid middle
dle middle Florida, is one of (Shipley's best
known citizens. He is looked upon as
thoroughly able and competent, and it
is. believed that as a'member of the
state railroad commission of Florida,
h will measure up to all require requirements.
ments. requirements. ; He is a cousin of Judge A. G.
Campbell of DeFuniak Springs, the
presiding judge of the first judicial
circuit of Florida."
One of Tom Watson's martyrs was
a "conscientious objector," who, ac
cording to Watson, was bayoneted for
refusing to obey orders. This inci incident
dent incident took place in August, 1918, while
the said objector's regiment was mov
ing to go into action in the St. Mihiel
campaign. In August, 1918, it was
the consensus of American opinion
that "conscientious objectors" deserv
ed to be bayoneted. We can't see any
reason why that opinion should be
Thru the courtesy of Ocala's new
brokerage firm, Battle & Company,
the Star adds an up to the minute
market report to its daily grist of
news. This will be a great advantage
to our readers, accustomed to depend
on the 24-hour old reports in the
Jacksonville and Tampa daily papers.
The firm of Battle & Company is of
material benefit to Ocala, and we hope
it will prosper and grow.
Chiropractic is no longer a theory,
but a practical demonstrated fact.
You can be speedily restored to per perfect
fect perfect health by having the cause of
The funeral services for Sir. Isaac
Stevens were held Tuesday afternoon
at 3:30 at his late residence on East
Third street. Rev. W. F. Creson con conducted
ducted conducted the services. Mr. Creson, very
simply but beautifully, spoke of the
life of the departed, the loving father,
the kindly neighbor, the Christian
worker and a zealous worker in all
spiritual welfare, a beautiful tribute.
Mrs. W. A. Goin, Miss Eunice
Marsh, Miss Margaret Overton, Mr.
J. J. Gerig and Mr. Frank Gates ren rendered
dered rendered beautifully the two sweet old
hymn3 "Abide With Me" and "Lead
A great number of friends and ac
quaintances were at the house and
followed the remains to the cemetery,
where the last that was mortal of
Isaac Stevens was tenderlv laid to
rest in Greenwood. A profusion of
flowers and floral pieces gave evi evidence
dence evidence of the high esteem and love in
which he was held.
Isaac Stevens was born at Borodino,
N. Y., Aug. 18, 1832. He was mar married
ried married to Miss Elizabeth Steele, April
27, 1858. He was a devoted member
and an ardent worker in the Baptist
church for fifty-four years and a
deacon for forty-five years. In the
Baptist church in Ocala he had been
a deacon for thirty years, and ever
since the death of Mr. Burdick had
been senior deacon and for a number
of years had occupied the pew set
aside by the church for its two sen senior
ior senior deacons and which was marked
by a silver plate.
Mr. Stevens and family came to
Florida from, Illinois, first going to
South Lake Weir, where he engaged
in orange culture. He had been a
resident of (Dcala for thirty-five years
and his gentle words and kindly smile
will be missed.
Mr. Stevens is survived by his wife,
one daughter, Miss Nellie Stevens, of
this city, and two sons, Mr. I. V.
Stevens and Mr. H. C. Stevens, of
L&keland, to whom the deepest sym sympathy
pathy sympathy goes out in this their time of
CLYATT COMMENDS COUNCIL
Editor Star: I wish to commend the
city council for taking steps to rid the
city of that fraud and humbug known
as the panhandle or Silver Springs
annex to the corporate limits. It has
cost the city several thousand dollars,
and if it has benefited the city one
dollar I would like to know it.
; In 1919 a bill was introduced in the
legislature to amend the charter so
as to leave the panhandle out and re
lieve the city of keeping up six miles
of country road, introduced at the re request
quest request of the city council, but council
was induced by the board of trade or
a committee therefrom to have the
bill withdrawn. Now I understand
that it may be accomplished by a
vote of the registered voters at an
election to be called, and I do not see
how any tax payer could be "induced
to vote to tax Ocala property to main
tain six miles of county road, for no
benefit that would not accrue to the
city as a county road.
Let the tax payers bear in mind
that Ocala property is taxed to keep
up all the roads in the county, but
country property is not taxed a cent
to maintain or build city streets.
Let an election be called and see if
the tax payers wish to continue this
expensive humbug. If so, then the
city should increase 'the tax levy suf
ficiently to build and maintain a street
to Silver Springs and extend the
light water and sewerage systems.
Of course shippers remember how
quickly the railroads reduced freight
rates when Silver Springs was an
nexed to Ocala; now if the farce must
be continued in order to hold the ad advantage
vantage advantage gained, make the right of
way of the Seaboard railroad the pan panhandle
handle panhandle or connecting link, thus con
verting a liability into an asset by
incorporating five miles more railroad
track in the city limits to be taxed at
$8250 per mile, and rolling stock in
proportion. Railroads have no rights
that are bound to be respected. Even
if they had, they have able attorneys
to guard them, and I think it is the
duty of-the city council to guard the
tax payers from being exploited to
maintain a farce. W. W. Clyatt.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain execution
issued out of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Court, in and for Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in a certain cause therein pending
wherein Apaha Hotel Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, is plaintiff, and W. A. Miller
is defendant, I have levied on and
will on the
16th Day of November, A. D. 1921
at the store house formerly occupied
by W. A. Miller on Broadway street, in
the Ocala House, Ocala, Fla., between
the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m., offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash the following de described
scribed described personal property, to-wit:
One cash register.
One lot glassware,
One ice box.
Two gas stoves.
One bar counter,
Forty bottles White Rock water,
One tobacco cutter,
One-half box Apple Sun cured to tobacco.
All other property in said store be belonging
longing belonging to W. A. Miller. Said property
being in the store house on Broad Broadway
way Broadway street, in the Ocala House, Ocala,
Florida. Said property being sold to
satisfy said execution and all costs.
This November 5th, A. D. 1921. -S.
C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.
W. Ei Smith,
Plaintiff's Attorney. ll-5-10t
' 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, 5c. per
Battle & Co., Ocala
Office Merchants B ck
We promise quick service.
good executions, Ocala settle-
ments. We extend to Ocala and J
surrounding territory the facil- m
ities of our office. .e
Phone No. 441. Private Wire I
MONEY TO LOAN $1000, on im improved
proved improved city property, for a client.
Apply to D. Niel Ferguson, Hoolder
FOR SALE -Charleston Wakefield
cabbage plants and Redfield Beauty
Tomato plants, 25 cents per hundred
or $2 per 1000, f. o. b., Ocala, cash
with order. C. H. Cooner, 746 Wy Wy-omena
omena Wy-omena St., Ocala. Phone 389. 7-6t
FOR RENT Four furnished rooms
and bath apartment for rent two
blocks from postoffice. Apply to
Mrs. R. T. Weaver at the Elite Mil Millinery
linery Millinery Shop. 7-6t
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
FOR SALI3 Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER Cb. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
PAINTING For the better class of
interior painting and refinishing
furniture and pianos, phone 107. T.
D. Dillon. 5-6t
$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re reward
ward reward for the arrest of party and
return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night.
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.
King and S. Magnolia St. -4-tf
FOR RENT Five room apartment.
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
.King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
FOR RENT-i-Six room furnished
house, with use of piano (615 South
Sanchez St.) for $35 per month.
Apply to 615 S. Sanchez St., or
write Mrs. F. Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 6t
FOR SALE High grade Jersey cow;
young calf. Will make the butter
T?ay. Come see her. W. M. Gist, Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Fla. 9-3t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
to rent for sleeping apartments, not
housekeeping. Phone 221, No. 607
Fort King Ave. 5-6t
STRAY" COW Have a stray, cow,
which was taken up about a week
ago. Communicate with C. L. Angel,
Ocala, Fla. 9-3t
FOR SALE One Detroit vapor oil
stove, three burners and oven; prac practically
tically practically new. Phone 98. 9-4t
FOR SALE One complete box of
cabinet maker's tools. Will be sold
at a bargain. Apply to Walter
Wells, 24 Henry St., Ocala. 10-6t
W ANTED Position in office. Can use
typewriter and take shorthand. Can
also assist in bookkeeping. Accurate
with figures. Can furnish good ref references.
erences. references. Reasonable salary requir required.
ed. required. Address P. O. Box 88, Ocala,
The city council will receive bids
on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
m fnr snlo of the lot on which the
city barn is located and described as
A lot in the city of Ocala, measur measuring
ing measuring approximately 580 feet east and
west, by 300 feet north and south,
bounded south by May street and east
by Sanchez street, extending west
from the west line oi fcancnez street
to the extension of Watula street
about 5S0 feet, running north from
May street to the Taylor property,
abput 300 feet. City reserving the
barn. H. C. Sistrunk,
10-31-tf City Clerk.
The Main Street Market will be
closed all day Armistice Day, Friday,
November 11th. 2t
ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM
Armistice Day, next Friday, will be
observed by Marion County Post. No.
27 of the American Legion, with a
ceremony on the public square in
Ocala. The legionaires will meet on
the east side of the square at 11:30
o'clock Friday morning. The members
of the post will form ranks and at 12 ;
o'clock will stand at attention for the I
two minutes requested by President j
Harding as a tribute to the unknown
soldier whose body will be buried in
Arlingtoa National Cemetery on that
day. During the two minutes "taps"
will be blown. This ceremony will be
followed by a five-minute talk by i
Chaplain Neighbour of the post. Ai
memorandum has been sent to all
members of the post urging them' to i
be present on Friday. Armistice Day j
has been designated a national holl-j
day by Congress. President Harding j
has asked that the two minutes silence j
at noon on Armistice Day be observed
throughout the United States and all!
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 Jackspnville-NYork 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 oca
2:55 am NYork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 um
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R- R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork-2:3aUjaa
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Duriellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
I can now give you the
jTLOver7 latest, up-to-date
JW thoro service.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Colder weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
coming, and you will
need that New Suit,
Overcoat, and extra
We tailor them to fit
and fit to wear.
J. A. Chandler
120 S. Main Street
Thompson Building Up Stairs
Taste is a matter o:
ME ARE SHOWING a beautiful
linn rvT TVjTnVi -Trlr lorliAn' ril?r unAn
nnc ui ltAUiiavrcv
wear in all garments. This is one of
the best lines of ladies silk under underwear
wear underwear on the market. The quality is
the best and prices right.
Ladies' and Children's Sweaters
UR ladies' and children's sweaters
are the prettiest we have ever
shown. They consist of all the new
shades and the styles are beautiful.
We can save you money on your fall
Prices from $5. 75 to $15. 00
, RHEINAUER & CO.
Pre-War Prices Beaten
Chassis was $590; now $435
Touring was 695; now t 595
Roadster was 695; now 595
Coupe was 1000; now '850
Sedan was 1275; now 895
"Prices f. ojb. Toledo, including Electric Starte-, Lights, Horn,
. B. F. CCMWOM
If you are not already using Fed-j There's no extra charge for clean clean-eral
eral clean-eral Bakery rolls now is the time to ir.g your fish at the City Fish Market.
bt-gin. None better.
Cook's Market and Grocery
Exclusive Retail Depot for
BROAD ACRES DAIRY
Whole Jersey Milk
High Grade Things to Eat
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
ether cigarette at the price.
Iiggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tohzecos blended
AS I Lit U M D E RWE A R
Osgood asMouzzA $'H Chxs
lauico oiitv uilUCl-
I 'hone 158.
DCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1321
A. G- PAPPAS, Prop
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you think you tiannot use,
And have decided to trirow them away,
Kindly give US one! trial well fix
. f' them tip in style
And you can have them for the next
For your Soles' Safce
Our work is Walk About
Oiliers' work Is Talk
And $15 Per Ulcctli
Will buy nice four-room
coftage just finished and
painted inside and out.
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large garage. See
L C. JOKDAN,
Salt n jllct, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. ..: 24-tf
Fifteen Years' Experience
Up-lo-Cate lunch Counter;
and Dining !oom
OPEN DAY AND NIGOT
Sea Foods, Western
American, French, Spanish and
108 South Magnolia St.
Oar SEEDS Like
Are Always Fresh and
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Phone 435. Opposite
Geo. MacKy 8 Co.
Ocala, ffla. t
HIGH GRADE PAINT
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Lage line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Repair All Cars
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For Satisfaction Give Us a
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CopyrttM Bobbs MsrrB CsV
CHAPTER L Loitering on the San
Francisco water front. John Rainey,
newspaper reporter, is accosted by a blind
man, a slant In sire, who asks Rainey
to lead him to the sealing schooner Kar Karluk.
luk. Karluk. The blind man tells Rainey he is
an old shipmate of Captain Btmms of the
Karluk and desires to make his visit a
surprise. He asks Rainey te lead him
aboard, and Rainey does so. In the
cabin they find Captain Simma and a man
named Carlsen. Enmms recognizes the
blind man. calling; him Jim Lund. Lund
accuses Slmms of abandoning- him, blind
on an ice floe, and denounces him for
what he calls his ingratitude, felmms
denies the charge, but Lund refuses to
be pacified. He declares 'tis Intention of
accompanying; the Karluk on its expedi expedition
tion expedition north, where it is going in quest
of a gold field which Lund has discov discovered.
ered. discovered. Peggy, gimmi' daughter, is aboard,
and defends her father. Carlsen, who is
a physician, drugs Rainey.
CHAPTER H.--A waking from his stu stupor,
por, stupor, Rainey finds himself at sea. Carlsen
informs mm he has been kidnaped be because,
cause, because, having learned the object of the
expedition; he might have divulged it and
frustrated the plans of the voyagera He
offers Rainey a share of the gold, and
Rainey. seeing nothing else to be done,
declares himself satisfied. Lund gives
him a brief account of a former expedi expedition
tion expedition of the Karluk. tells him be distrusts
Carlsen, and suggests a "partnership,"
Rainey to act as Lund's "eyea"
CHAPTER III. Rainey, having a slight
knowledge of seamanship, is made sec second
ond second mate of the vessel. Captain Simma
is in exceedingly poor health, and the
navigation of the ship is entirely in the
hands of Doctor Carlsen. At the tetter's
Suggestion a shooting match is arranged
between the "hunters" aboard, the ves vessel
sel vessel being ostensibly on a sealing expedi expedition.
tion. expedition. Lund, although blind, demonstrates
he can shoot "by sound." The hunters
having emptied their revolvers, Carlsen
tells them there are no more shells on
CHAPTER TV. Watching the pwrsult
of a whale by Its natural enemies, the
vessel is mishandled and narrowly
escapes disaster. In the confusion the
ship's boy, Sandy, is swept overboard.
Rainey rescues him, earning his gratl gratl-ture
ture gratl-ture and incidentally the admiration of
Peggy. The captain's Illness seems about
to have a fatal, ending.
CHAPTER V. Lund mistrusts the
hunters and urges Rainey to "pump
Sandy and gain a knowledge of their
plans. Sandy tells him Carlsen Is creat creating
ing creating a feeling that all on board, with the
exception of 8andy and the Japanese
cook, Tamada, should have an equal
share of the gold, which was net the
original plan. Rainey and Carlsen quar quarrel
rel quarrel and the latter draws a revolver. Rai Rainey
ney Rainey overpowers him, Lund is of opinion
that Carlsen is keeping the captain ill
and is playing to secure the gold, and
incidentally Perry, for himself. Tamada,
evidently a Japanese of education and
far above the position of cook on such a
vessel -as the Karluk, Is an unknown
CHAPTER Y1- An Interview Rainey
has with Tamada does not throw much
light on the position of the Jap, though
Rainey is inclined to believe he has no
sinister Intentions and would prefer to
side with Lund and Rainey rather than
with Carlsen and the hunters. Lund is
doubtful, but tells Rainey he has a trump
card in his possession which will enable
him to frustrate any sinister plans which
Carlsen may have made. They sight land
and arrangements are made for a confer conference
ence conference to decide on the sharing of the gold.
Carlsen, knowing that Lund would insist
on Ralney's being present in an advisory
capacity to the blind man, invites Rai Rainey
ney Rainey to attend.
CHAPTER VII. It is arranged that
Rainey is to see the skipper, who Carl Carlsen
sen Carlsen declares !s in no condition to join the
gathering. Rainey finds the captain
seemingly at the point of death. Peggy
confides to him that she distrusts Carl Carlsen
sen Carlsen and fears he is actually slowly kill killing
ing killing her father. The conference begins
with a general feeling of tenseness. Carl Carlsen
sen Carlsen makes the assertion that all on
board, with the exception of Tamada and
the boy Sandy, being equal, they should
share alike. Lund denies the equality,
and as the discoverer of the gold de demands
mands demands the chief share. After a bitter
quarrel Lund throws off his glasses, an announcing
nouncing announcing the recovery of his sight Carl Carlsen
sen Carlsen draws his revolver, but Lund also
has a revolver and shoots first. Carlsen
Lund greeted Rainey with a curt
nod. Hansen was still at the helm.
The crew on duty were standing about
alert, their eyes on Lund. They had
found a new master, and t they were
cowed, eager to do their best.
T11 show this crew they've got a
skipper aboard," said Lund. "How's
Rainey told him.
"We'll see what we can do for him,"
said Lund. "He's better off without
that fakir, that's a cinch. Called me a
murderer, he went on with a good good-humored
humored good-humored laugh. "Got spunk, she has,
And she's anrlm bit. A slip of a gal,
but she's game. An' good-lookln, eh,
He smiled as if the prospect suited
him. A suspicion leaped Into Ralney's
brain. Lund had said he would not see
a decent girl harmed. But the ; man
was changed. He had fought and won,
and victory shone In his eyes with a
glitter that was immune from sym sympathy,
pathy, sympathy, for all his air of good-nature.
He had said that a man under his
skin was just an animal. His appraisal
of the girl struck Rainey with appre apprehension.
hension. apprehension. "To the victor belongs the
spoils." Somehow the quotation" per persisted.
sisted. persisted. What' if Lund regarded the
girl as legitimate loot? He might have
talked differently beforehand, to as
sure himself of Ralney's support.
And Rainey suddenly felt as If his
support had been uncalled upon, a
frail reed at best. Lund had not need needed
ed needed him ; would he need him, save as an
aid, not altogether necessary, with
Hansen aboard, to run the ship?
He said nothing, but thrust both
hands into the side pockets of the pilot
coat he had acquired from the ship's
stores. The sudden touch of cold steel
gave him new courage. He had sworn
to protect the girl. If Lund, seeming
more like a pirate than ever, with his
cold eyes sweeping the horizon, his
bulk casting Ralney's into a dwarfs
by comparison, attempted to harm
Peggy Slmms, Rainey resolved to play
the part of champion.
He could not shoot like Lund, but
he was armed. He felt the mastery of
the man. And he felt Incompetent be
side him. Lund held the power of life
and death, not by brute force alone.
He was the only navigator aboard,
with the skipper seriously 111. As such
f fee fce'd them in his hand, once
"Hansen," said Lena, -Mr.-xtaineyn
relieve you after we've eaten. Come
on, Rainey. You ain't lost yore appe appetite.
tite. appetite. I hope. Watch me discard that
spoon for a knife an fork. I doat
have to play blind man enny longer."
Food did not appeal to Rainey. It
was Lund's demeanor that gripped
him. The giant dismissed Carlsen as
unceremoniously as he might have
flipped the ash from a cigar, or tossed
the stub overside.
Tve got to tackle those hunters,"
Xund salL I expect trouble there,
sooner or later. But I'm goin to lay
down the law to 'em. If they come
dean, well an good, they git their
original two shares. If not,' they don't
get a plugged nlckeL An Demings
the one who'll stir up the trouble, take
It from me. I'd jest as soon It was
war. I don't see as we can help the
skipper much less we try reverse
treatment of what Carlsen did if we
knew what that was. If he gits worse
shell let 'us know, I reckon. See you
Rainey took the dismissal and went
tip to the relief of Hansen. He did
cot mention what had happened until
the Scandinavian referred to It Indi Indirectly.
rectly. Indirectly. "They put the doc overboard, sir,
soon's Mr. Lund an you bane go be below."
low." below." It seemed a summary dismissal of
the dead, without ceremony. Yet, for
They Put the Doc Overboard, Sir,
Soon's Mr. Lund an You Bane Go
the rite to be authentic, Lund must
have presided, and the sea-burial serv
ice would have been a mockery under
the circumstances. It was the best
thing to have done, Rainey felt, but he
could not avoid a mental shiver at the
thought of the man, so lately vital, his
brain alive with energy, sliding through
the cold water to the ooze to He there,
sodden, swinging with the sub-sea cur
rents until the ocean scavengers
"All right, Hansen," he said in an answer,
swer, answer, and the man hurried off after his
Lund came up after a while, 'and
Rainey told him of the fate of Carl Carl-sen's
sen's Carl-sen's body.
"I figgered they'd do abottft that,"
commented Lund. "They savvied he'd
aimed to make suckers out of 'em, an'
ethey dumped him. But they ain't, on
our side, by a long sight. That Deming
is a better man than I thought. He's
the main grouch among 'em. Said if I
hadn't had a gun he'd have tackled me
in the cabin. Meant it, too, though I'd
" have smashed him. He's sore' becoz 1
said he warn't my equal. I told him if
he wanted to try it out, I'd accommo accommodate
date accommodate him. He didn't take it up, an
they'll kid him about it. He'll pack a
grudge. I ain't afraid of their knlfin
me, not while the skipper's sick. They
need me to navigate."
- "This might be a good chance for me
to handle a sextant," suggested Rainey
Lund shook his head, smiling, but
his eyes hard.
"Not yet, matey," he said. "Not
that I don't trust you, but for me to
be the only one, jest now, is a sort of
life insurance that suits me to carry.
They might figger. If you was able to
navigate, that they tfud put the screws
on you to carry 'em through, with me
out of the way. I don't say they could,
but they might make it hard for you,
an' you ain't got quite the same stake
in this I have," 1
Here was cold logic, but Rainey saw
the force of it. Hansen came up early
to spilt the watch and put their sched schedule
ule schedule right again, and Lund went below
with Rainey. Lund ordered Tamada
to bring a bottle and glasses, and they
sat down at the table. Rainey needed
the kick of a drink, and took one.
As Lund was raising his glass with
a toast of "Here's to luck," the skip skipper's
per's skipper's door opened and the girl ap appeared.
peared. appeared. She looked like a ghost. Her
hair was disheveled and her eyes
stared at them without seeming recog recognition.
nition. recognition. But she spoke, In a flat, tone toneless
less toneless voice.
"My father Is dead! '.I she fal faltered,
tered, faltered, swayed and seemed to swoon as
I she sank toward the floor. Rainey
darted forward, but Lund was quicker
and swooped her up in his arms as if
she had been a feather, took her to
the table," set her in a chair, dabbled
a napkin in some water and applied it
to her brows.
"Chafe her wrists," ,he ordered
Rainey. "Undo that top button of her
blouse. That's enough; she ain't got
on corsets. Shell come through.
Plumb worn out. That's alL"
He handled her, deftly as a nurse
would child. Rainey chafed the slen slender
der slender wrists and beat her palms, and
goon she opened her eyes and sighed.
Then she- pulled away from Lund,
bending over her, and got to her feet.
I must go to my father," she said.
"He is dead."
They followed her into the cabin and
Lund bent over the bunk.
"Looks like It," he whispered to
Rainey. Then he tore open the sklp-
. ... 9 tt
motion as 11 10 stop mm. out o
hinder him. She was at' the end of her
own strength from weariness and wor worry.
ry. worry. Lund suddenly raised his head.
"There's a flutter," be announced.
"He ain't gone yit. fiet Tamada an'
With the dose there came signs of
revival, a low moan from the skipper.
The girl flew to his side. Tamada.
standing by with the bottle, stepped
forward, handed the brandy to Rairtey,
and rolled up the lid of an eye, look looking
ing looking closely at the pupiL
"I study medicine at Tokyo," he
"Why didn't ye say so before?" de demanded
manded demanded Lund. U did not occur to any
of them to doubt Tama da's word. There
was an air of professional assurance
and an efficiency about him that car carried,
ried, carried, weight. "What can you do for
him? There's a medicine chest In
"I was hired to cook," said Tamada
quietly. "I should not have been per permit
mit permit to interfere. It is not my business
If a white man makes a fool of him himself.
self. himself. Now we want morphine and hy hypodermic
podermic hypodermic syringe."
Tamada rolled up the captain's
sleeve. The flesh, shrunken, pallid,
was closely spotted with dot-like
scars that showed livid, as if the cap captain
tain captain had been suffering from some
strange rash. ''
Lund whistled softly. Rainey, too,
knew what It meant. The skipper had
been a veritable slave to the drug.
Carlsen had administered It, pre prescribed
scribed prescribed it, used it as a means to bring
Sininis under his subjection.
"How much d'ye suppose he took at
once?" Lund a&ked the 'Japanese in a
"Fifteen grains, I think. Maybe
more. Too much! Always too much
L drug In his veins. Much worse than
opium for man." N
"Carlsen's work," growled Lund.
"Increased the stuff on him till he
couldn't do without 1L Made. "him a
slave to dope an' Carlsen his boss. He
deserved killin jest for that, the
Rainey frantically searched through
the medicine chest and. finding only
five tablets marked Morphine 1 gr. In In-a
a In-a bottle, sought elsewhere hi vain.
And be could find, no needle. But he
ran across some automatic cartridges
and put them In his pockets before he
"This is not enough," said Tamada.
"And we should have needle. But -I
dissolve these In galley." And he hur hurried
ried hurried out. The girl had slipped down on
The Girl Had Slipped Down on Her
Knees Beside the Bed.
her knees beside the bed, holding her
father's hand against her lips, heV eyes
closed. She seemed to be praying.
Tamada administered the morphine.
The teneflclal results were apparent.
The dry, frightfully sallow skin had
changed and Simms was breathing
freely,' while Tamada, feeling his
pulse, nodded affirmatively to the
girl's questioning glance.
"We'll have to put in to Unalaska,"
Rainey said.' "There are doctors
.there.". The girl turned toward Lund.
He smiled at the intensity of her gaze
"I play fair, Miss Peggy," he said.
"Rainey, change the course."
The Karluk came about as Rainey
reached the deck and gave his orders.
Then he returned- to the cabin. The
captain had opened his eyes.
"Peggy!" he murmured. "Carlsen,
where is' he? Lund! Good God,
Lund you can see?"
"Keep quiet as you can," said Ta
mada. Something in his voice made
the skipper shift his look to the Jap
"Where's Carlsen?" he asked again.
"He can't come now," said Tamada.
Under the urge of the drug the skip skipper's
per's skipper's brain seemed abnormally clear,
his Intuition heightened.
"Carlsen's dead?" he asked. Then,
shifting to Lund: "You killed him.
"How much morphine did you give
"It's not enough. It won't last
There Isn't any more?" he flashed out.
with sudden energy, trying to raise
himself. Til be gone In an hour or
two. Got to talk while this lasts. Jim
about leavln you that time. I could
have come back. I had words about
It with Hansen. He knows. But the
gale was bad, an the Ice. It wasn't
the gold, Jim. I swear It. I had the
ship an crew to look out for. An'
Peggy, at home.
"I might have gone back sooner,
Jim, Til own up to that. But It wasn't
the gold that did it. An I didn't
hear what you shouted, Jim. The
storm came up. We were frozen by
the time we found the ship. Numb.
"Jim, this trouble bit me the day
after we left the floe. Not sciatica, at
first, but in the head. I couldn't think
right. I was just numb In the brain.
An when It cleared off, it was too
W !. 1 im it 1 r 1 ;cmt 1-1 r 'linn
book, Jim, later, when the "sciatica
"Had to take to my bunk. Couldn't
stand. I had morphine, an It relieved
me. Took too much after a while.
Had to have It. Got better In Saa
Francisco for a bit. Then Carlsen pre prescribed
scribed prescribed It. Morphine was my boss,
an then Carlsen. he was bnu rt
the morphine. .Seemed like seemed '.
His voice was weaker when he
spoke again. They cam closer to
catch his whispers.
"Carlsen mind wa&nt mv own.
Peggy I wasn't hi mv rteht mind.
honey. Not when Carlsen -he was
angel when he are me what want-ed-devil
when he wouldn'L 'Made
me do things. But he's dead. And
rm going. Never reach UnaTaska.
Peggy forgive. Meant for best but
not in right mind. Jim It 'wasnt
the gold. Nft Peggy's fault any any-way."
way." any-way." "Shell get hera,' Slmms," said Lund.
Tours too." .r
The skipper's eyes closed and his
frame settled under the clothes. The
girl flung herself on the bed In Inn-
controllable weeping, Lund raised
his eyebrows at Tamada, who
shrugged bis shoulders.
"Better get out o' here." whisDered
Lund. He and Ralnev went nnt to.
gether. In a few minutes Tamada
joined them, his face sphinxEke as
"He is dead," he said.
Ralnev and T.nnrt want- An v
The schooner thrashed toward the vol volcano,
cano, volcano, the bearing-mark for Unalaska,
hidden behind It. They paced up and
a own m silence.
"I guess he was 'Honest Simma
after all," said Lund at last. Tha
gal blames me for the morohine "hut
Carlsen never meant him to live. She'll
see that after a bit, mebbe."
Rainey glanced at him curiously. He
was getting fresh lights -on Lund.
Then the girl appeared, pale, com composed,
posed, composed, coming straight up to Lund,
who halted his stride at sight of her.
"Will you change the course. Mr.
Lund?" she said. "Father spoke once
more. After you left. He does not
want to go on to Unalaska. He said
it would mean a rush for the gold:
yeruapg you woma nave to stay there.
He does not want v you to lose the
gold. He wants me to have my share.
lie made me promise. And he wants
he wants" she bit her lip fiercely
in repression of her feelings "to b
buried at sea. That was his last re
She turned and looked over the rail,
struggling to wink back her tears.
Rainey saw the giant's glance sweep
over her, full of admiration.
"As you 'wish; Miss Peggy," he said.
"Hansen, bout ship. IJold on a mln mln-nit
nit mln-nit How about you. Miss Peecv? If
you want to go home, we can find
ways at Unalaska. I play fair. Til
bring back yore share in fulL"
"I am not thinking about the gold,"
the girl said scornfully. "But I want
to carry out my father's last wishes,
If you wllL permit me. I shall stay
with the ship. Now I am going back
to him. You you" she quelled the
tremble of her mouth, and her chin
showed firm and determined "you
can arrange for the funeral tomorrow
at .dawn. If you wIIL I want .him to tonight"
night" tonight" Her face quivered plteously, but she
conquered even that and walked to
"Game, by Heaven, game as they
make 'em I", said Lund.
Careful estimates made on all eon-
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Ocala, November 22,23,24,25 jjj
? ms m
Community : Live stock
Agricultiireal Citrus Fruit
Johnny J. Joees -Exposition Sltows
Will furnish the mid-way atlracUons
ti a t n i u
SPECLU RATES ON TOE RAiLEOAD. CCALA IS ON TEE OKIE ill Gil i AY
CCALA AUT0V&3GAQAGE C.;-
Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Philadelphia Diamond Grid Daltcries
See OurlUsed Car Bargains
. AW Guaranteed cs Represented
North Side 61 Post Oiiicc -Ocala, Florldc
. ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magneloes Recharged Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Grease?
Corner Oklawaha Ave.iand Osceola St.
Telephone 84 Ocala, Florida
; During Fair Week"
; IN JACKSONVILLE
Meet Your Friends At
: THE HOTEL ALBERT
On Adams Street
Just Off Main
I Steam eat. Hot and Cold
I Running water in euery room
RATES $1.50 UP
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
. FOUIOiiliWm ANNUAL
WtW: mm m
The registration books of the city
of Ocala will be open from this date
until the second Saturday in Novem November,
ber, November, 1921, during office hours at the
ofnee of the city clerk.
This the Cth day of October, 1921.
II. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor
of .Registration of the City of
c ut't-i ruuiii, uiumjj ruom, panor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kind3. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire, Theus Brots. Thona
! I I 1
OCALA "'EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1921
club disbanded in the spring, and
was an unusually delightful meeting.
The following ladies played during
-I tTi afternoon: Mrs. Clarence Camp,
If you hare any society items for Mrs G K 'Robinson, Mrs. F. T.
Us StarT please call five-one. Schreiber. Mrs. Frank Logan, Mrs.
Norton Davis Mrs. L. B- Chazal, Miss
Minnie Gamsby and Miss Emily
Stotesbury. The two highest scores
fnr the afternoon were made by Mrs.
Mr. C. E. Connor of Inverness;, spent Kni nnvi, 'a Miss Stoteburv. At
NOTICE, 31 EMBERS OF
, WOMAN'S AUXILIARY
C.itr rpistration books close at 6
p. m. Saturday.
the day in the city.
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
the conclusion of the game the hostess
A number of our business houses
are decorating for Armistice Day.
Coffee and cinnamon rolls f resh ev
cry day at the Federal Bakery. l-6t
Thanksgiving luncheon sets, place
cards, favors, seals, candy boxes,
puritan and turkey crepe papers, at
THE BOOK- SHOP 9-3t
Mr. G. Wy Stafford of Bushnell, was
I nmnnc the Star's welcome cauers
The members of the Woman's Aux Auxiliary
iliary Auxiliary of the American Legion are re requested
quested requested to meet tomorrow morning at
the armory at 11:30 o'clock, to take
part at the services on the square.
Please wear white.
Claire L. Moremen, Sec'y.-
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EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best rr-sals in the city for 50 cents.
Twentyone, meal ticket for $7. Phone
260 310 ,N. Main street. tf
been in session this week at Bellaview.
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.
Fhone 443. 18-tf
WpflncRdav. He savs industrial de
velopment in Sumter county is mov moving
ing moving right along. He reports only
small damage to the orange crop by
the recent heavy rains.
Side windshield glass at 2.50 per
pair. Mack Taylor, phone 348, Ocala,
WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY
The Eastern Stars will hold their I Call ohone 108 when you want groc-
regular monthly meeting tonight at 8 erie in a hurry. Main Street iMarket.
Cranford Standley's home ; made
Wood and kindling $2 per load. R, candies fresh daily. Quality Fruit
II Todd Lumber Co., phone 223. 10-4t etor. nevt to Master- 29-t
Mrs. Albert Birdsey of Savannah, M and Mrs. John Pasteur left
is visiting her mother, Mrs, J. M. eiry yesterday morning in their car
Martin. for Miami, where they wtll make an
indefinite stay. They will be guests
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main of tne;r son Mr. Tom Pasteur, and
All our stores will be closed all day
Friday on account of Armistice Day.
It U-SERVE STORES.
"We are sending this little card to
invite you to our party Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
" Virginia MaaDosh.
"Louis Nathaniel Dosh."
In response to the above invitations,
printed on attractive little cards dec decorated
orated decorated with Thanksgiving- turkeys,
about thirty-five little folks at the ap
pointed hour gathered at the home of ?
Mrs. R. N. Dosh to help her young
daughter and son fittingly celebrate
their birthdays. Although the "anni "anniversaries
versaries "anniversaries did not faH"onthe same
day, they were near enough, and the
celebration proved a happy time for
the friends of both. The honorees
which their guests presented as they'Cjy
arrived and which were received with I
The afternoon passed quickly while
the children played all kinds of
games, the dull, cloudy day in no way
curtailing the joy and pleasure of the
1 At the close of the afternoon, the'
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Jack King's Comedians
Tent Theater, Ocala, Florida. Week beginning
. NOVEMBER 1 4
Jack King and Company of
royalty plays featuring
America's best dramatic company w V present all new
' America's Premier Comedian
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe is spending a
few davs'at Kendrick, the guest of
MrsJ. B. Webb.
This is & Studebaker year." tf
The best is none too good for.our
customers: that's why we make the
best bread and rolls to be had. We aim
to please. Federal Bakery. l-6t
A petition is being circulated, ask asking
ing asking the county school board to consoli consolidate
date consolidate the Ocala, Fort King and Cottage
Hill school districts into one.
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat." Jusf call phone
108. MainStreetfMarket. tf
Miss Annie Benton Fuller left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon f o Jacksonville,
where she expects to spend the. next
two weeks. While there she will -visit
friends and will also visit her brother,
Mr. Wra. H. Fuller, and wife.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mrs. Annie WVan Deman of Ocala,
arrived in the city today from At
lanta, where she was the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. A. L. Waldo. Jacksonville
Metropolis. v v
The Main Street Market will be
closed all day Armistice Day, Friday,
November 11th. 2t
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
. Commercial; Bank building.' Office
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. v 15-tf
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Complete edition of Century sheet
music, 2000 selected titles at 15c. The
same that costs you 40c. to 75c. in
other editions. Please ask for cata catalogue
logue catalogue at THE BOOK SHOP. 9-3fc
The stock exchanges of the country,
including Battle & Company of Ocala, CHILDREN SHOULD
will be closed tomorrow, consequently w READ GOOD BOOKS
the Star will have, no market report.
Better books in the home ,or the
Sheriff Thomas has bought a swift children is the object of children's
and staunch Dodge car. from Macc book week, which will be observed at
the Ocala public library, starting
Monday, Nov. 14th, to last all week.
The U. D. C. will meet a t the home
ct Mrs. E. L. Carney tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at three o'clock.
W. K. Lane, M. D,' physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Tha ftourinc circle of the BaDtist Ocala. Fla. Adv.-tl
church will hold a cake, candy andr.
fanov nl on the Oiala House This is a Studebaker year. tf
. M 1 ft A
porcn beginning at jlu o ciock caiur
Bring us your job work.
Jackson County Fair, Maii Maii-anna,
anna, Maii-anna, November 4 to 19.
Leonp County Fair, Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, November 22 to 26.
: Alachua County Fair, Gaincs Gaincs-.ville,
.ville, Gaincs-.ville, November 8 to 11.
Suwannee County Fair, Live
Oak, November 8 to' 12. :
Orange County Fair, Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, February 14 to 19.
, Bradford County Fair, Lake
Butler, November 1 to 5.
St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,
January 24 to 27.
i Madison County Fair, Madi Madison,
son, Madison, October 26 to 29.
Marion County Fair, Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
South; Florida Fair, Tampa,
February 9 to 11.
Florida State Fair, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, November 12 to 19.
Jefferson County Fair, Mon Mon-ticello,
ticello, Mon-ticello, November 4 to 5.
Taylor County Fair, Perry,
November 1 to 5.
Columbia County Fair, Lake
City, November 1 to 5.
Georgia-Florida Fair, Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, Ga.. October 31 to No November
vember November 5. v :
I little folks were invited into the dining
room, which was decorated in the
Thanksgiving colors 'of green and red.
On the dining table, which was pret prettily
tily prettily decorated, were two large cakes,
iced in, white and topped with red and
green candles, which were lighted,
casting a soft glow over the happy
faces of those gathered around the
table. The cakes were cut and served
with ice cream.
Then after a very happy afternoon
the guests took their departure, bid bidding
ding bidding their little host and hostess
lingering good-byes and wishing them
many happy returns of the day. Those
enjoying' the "party were Charles and
Dave Ahearn, Charles Troxler, Fer Ferris
ris Ferris Bryant, John Pasteur, .Mary
Louise Sheppard, Peggy Livingston,
Dorothy Hunter, Adelaide Duval,
Dorothy Simmons, Marguerite Smith,
Jay and Harriet Armour, Marianna
Neighbour, Adelaide Hendrix, Paul
Theus, Lindner Fort, Josephine and
Fiances Trantham, Marian and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Ann Walkley, Valeta Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, Mary Chazal, Ruby and Rose
Condon, Harry Whittington, Char
lotte Schreiber, H. M. and Laurie
Hampton. Elizabeth and Mary Louise
Vv'artmann, Clifford' Ayer,' Virginia
Balkccm, Clifton Hocker, Mary New New-tori,
tori, New-tori, John Marshall and Elizabeth
Green, Franklin Mealiows and Lucy
Monday Nigh!, THE CLODHOPPER," a Four Act Drama
Five Specialties between the acts. Everything New But the Title
ADMISSION 25c and 40c, War Tax Included
J. L J L w il i J
L. jLJLi i ) ii i miir 1 ''J
One Lady Will Be Admitted FREE With Each Adult Ticket
' MONDAY NIGHT r
p. s-. o..-w. T .O- O. -tT"--C"- v"---"m -"m"- "2"" 'Z'--'jl: .'IvI VCV.. m": '-iSm?.
Dinner 12 to 2, ,60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service dav and nieht. West side of
8-6t DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
Twenty-five tires, 32x3, standard
makes ,'at cost. $15. Mack Taylor,
phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
Friday, November 11th, Armistice
Day, being a legal holiday, the under
signed banks will be closed.
Ucala .National cans.
Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
Commercial Bank. 8-3t
Notice is given that the city coun
cil of Ocala, Florida, will on the lotn
day of November, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m.f receive bias ior arming ui
sewer well, same to be double cased
with wrought iron pipe, outside cas casing
ing casing 12 inch, inside casing 10 inch; well
to be sunk and cased to cavity suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to carry off flow of septic tank.
Address bids and secure desired in information
formation information from city clerk 27-5t
Pound cakes and layer cakes at the
Federal Bakery. l-6t
3 AifiM.iSS lu
Ngoiiab)e Storajte Kt-cipl Issued op Cotton. Automobiles, Etc,
.MOVE. PACK. SHIP
Lj E STOCK,
LOG DISTANCE MOVING
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black and small
aon, of Lawtey, who have teen spend
ing this week the guests of Mrs
Black's mother, Mrs. G. W. Martin,
expect to return home the last of the
, This ia a Studebaker year. tf
. Ut. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt are mov moving
ing moving today into their new house recent recently
ly recently completed, on .Fort King. The
house is of the California bungalow
style, with all modern conveniences,
and is one of the most attractive and
up to date of the nevfr honiies recently
completed by Ray & Thomson.
Just arrived at the City Fish Mar-
Iket. sea trout, oysters and Florida
lobster. J 10-2t
' Mr. A. A. Winer, alderman from the
first ward, rho is now finishing his
second terS!, has reconsidered his de
termination not to be a & candidate
again, and informs the Star that he!
will try for a third term. "Andy" has
been very faithful in his attendance
on the council, missing only one regu regular'
lar' regular' meeting in six years.
Our orangeade machine Is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
jast received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Mrs. Arthur F. Gould, of Lincoln,
Neb., arrived in Ocala yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a telx days visit .with Mrs.
Fred Cook. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Gould
were childhood friends in their home
town in Ohio and have not seen each
other since, arid the visit, will be a
pleasant Renewing of, the old acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance and childhood friendship. J
We can make you specially attrac attractive
tive attractive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Eros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf
. Mr. Bruce Meffert, coming into
town night before last, saw an empty
car stranded on the Anthony road, a
little way outside the city limits. He
reported it to Policemen Bronson and
Morgan, who brought it in and turned
it over to its owner, Mr. Crawford
Pasteur, who was very glad to re recover
cover recover it. Evil doers had tried to carry
the car off, but the gasoline ran out.
Some new leather goods, leather
bags and purses for ladies, brief cases
and bill folds for men, at THE BOOK
. r.DACC niTn In
VVc have fust reccivco i a j L "ThSv are xvcll made and very durable and come in
dome arc ovai, sume uuwuy Z'Zm
JyAill inv -Earlv will
ILL -mr v
m"V --J7." wc nrMndnv hinhcr than the average person
LorYiL1.1?1 "L." r '"7 :r,nhiis anvone to have al
MUChanaoTOMAii the wearorbcauty
racuon 01 me price asueu : -r, r. Ml bc a measure to show you.
in in is new proaucu tome m itiw
ock contains a
been very high
to pay but the
y want at but a
can be secured
9x12 Rugs .t--.-$H.50
6x9 Rugs -----
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9 x12 Rugs A SO.CO
RU. v 10 Runs 8.00
Pay 10 per cent Casti
Buy Your Rugs Merc Mow.
The Balance Monthly or Weelily
Otir stocM is complete
Utt ( J ffcL 111-; Wii M $v
mi ii if
U U WdLli Lilii.-J j. I
Clarence Camp was hostess
t f.-r-A it off o'sfv-jnTi f;t her home to
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