WEATHER FORECAST Fair in south, probablr rain in north portion tonight and Tuesday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 31 hla afternoon, 78.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1921
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MIIIIED BY THE
It Will Take British and Japanese
Several Days to Fully Analyze
Proposition front America
Washington; Nov. 14.- While naval
. experts of foreign powers today con continued
tinued continued to examine "the American pro proposals
posals proposals for limitation of naval arma armament,
ment, armament, heads of the American, British,
. Japanese, French and Italian delega delegations
tions delegations conferred on procedure to ex expedite
pedite expedite consideration of the whole
The American naval proposals were
unknown to the -foreign powers until
Saturday and it is assumed it will
take the British and Japanese, which
, are chiefly concerned, several days to
estimate their acceptability.
Many messages of praise have been
received by Secretary Hughes and
proposals were sent all American dip
lomatic aand consular agents for dis
ACCEPTANCE "IN PRINCIPLE"
Great Britain's acceptance "in prin
ciple" of the American proposals for
the limitation of naval armament was
definitely forecast today in a state
raent by the British delegation. Ja Japan's
pan's Japan's acceptance "in principle" at
- least, has been forecast by Baron Katct
and others of the Japanese delega
Great '-Great Britain's principal considera
tion, it is understood, in framing the
reply which Arthur Balfour will make
tomorrow, has been the question of
what can be done to bring France and
Italy within the scone of the limita limitation
tion limitation plan. It is understood that the
: American delegates impressed on the
'British the advisability of first dis
" posing of the question as it affects
the three principals, the United
States, Great Britain and Japan.
, Acceptance in principle is a diplo
matic phrase, and while it marks an
. important step doesn't necessarily
;- assure its acceptance in the original
.' form. X:
FATTY ARBUCKLFS TRIAL
BEGINS IN FRANCE
' .'.-. (Associated Press)
San Francisco. Nov. 14. Fatty Ar Ar-buckle
buckle Ar-buckle went to trial today on" a
charge of manslaughter growing out
of the death of Virginia Rappe.
Scores of witnesses : awaited call to
- the stand and crowds surged to the
court despite the fact that admissions
were limited practically to 300.
REVOLT AMONG MEN IN
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 14. A revolt
in the ranks of 200 prisoners, march
ing in the yard from a Bible class
meeting to the cellhouse, was quelled
after plans of the mutineers to plunge
the reformatory in darkness nearly
i As the prisoners were on their way
from the chapel, men in the rear of
the line sprang out and attacked
Guard Crawley, who was knocked
down. A group of prisoners then
made a dash for the engine house, 500
feet away, as shots from Crawley's
rifle sped past them.
Forcing their way into the engine
house, the prisoners knocked Andrew
Roberts, engineer, insensible with a
brick, then shut down the large en
gine supplying most of the electricity,
but not all, to the reformatory and,
grounds. They overlooked a small
engine supplying some light.
In the meanwhile confusion reigned
as the guards sought to prevent the
remainder of the prisoners from join joining
ing joining the "mutiny Quick work by
, Superintendent Bastin in ordering all
guards and trusties to the scene pre prevented
vented prevented the uprising from becoming
general and resulted in the rounding
up of the leaders vainly seeking
means of getting over the walls.
The superintendent at once called
.-. a. court of inquiry, in which every one
of the 200 prisoners was grilled. This
Inquiry lasted throughout the night,
How widespread the revolt conspiracy
was has not been determined.
More than fifty guards were mobi mobilized
lized mobilized soon after the alarm signal was
. given. Many sleep at the prison and
others were called from their homes
, in Frankfort. Guards and trusties
were strung along the walls while
others rounded up the prisoners in
The guards are taken off the walls
sundown each day. It evidently
was the belief of ; the prisoners that
with the aid of darkness, they could
escape, over the wall at the lower end
o fthe stockade.
Secretary Denby Says, Unless Powers
Accept American Proposal, Ship
Construction Will Not Be
(Associated Pres) -Washington,
Nov. 14. The Amer
ican naval construction program, now
progressing at only half speed be because
cause because of reduced appropriations, will
not be stopped by the navy depart department
ment department unless a definite international
agreement is reached or on direction
of Congress, Secretary Denby said
PETITION FOR PARDON
Debs and Other Obstructionists
Presented by a Small Party
(Associated Press j
Washington, Nov. 14. An engage
ment was made today with President
Harding by eight members of the
World War Veterans Assocaition and
others who won the Congressional
Medal of distinguished service awards
during the world war, to petition the
pardon of Eugene V. Debs and 140
others convicted of various charge of
SIXTY THOUSAND GARMENT
WORKERS ON STRIKE
New York, Nov. 14. Sixty thou
sand garment workers were called out
on strike today in protest against the
piece work system and an increase
from 41 to 49 hours a week. The in indications
dications indications point to a prolonged strike
The International Ladies' Garment
Workers and 3000 shops are involved
OCALA GUN CLUB'S
The Ocala Gun Club held a very
interesting shoot at the grounds of
the club Friday afternoon. -Dr. E. B
Lytle and Mr. Junie Perkins chose
sides for a match shoot, the losing
team" to pay for all the targets. Mr.
Perkins used very poor Judgment in
selecting his shooters, the scores be
ing as follows :
Bruce Meffert 47 x
Paul Simmons 46 x
W. P. Preer 45 x
Dr. E. B. Lytle ..43 x
Edward Tucker 41 x
S. C. M. Thomas 38 x 50
Charles Davis 35x 50
-Total 295 -350
Junie Perkins 46 x 50
H. W. Tucker 44 x 50
W. B. Gallagher .33 x 50
J. M. Thomas .29 x 50
Howard Walters v. 26 x
H. A. Waterman 16 x
Jack Camp 14 x 50
Total .... 1 ...208 350
H. W. Tucker ..............25 x 25
Junie Perkins ........ .25 x 25
W. P. Preer .24.x 25
BrUte Meffert ..." .22 x 25
Dr. E. B. Lytle 22 x 25
Ed. Tucker 18 x 25
good News for ocala
There is great significance in the
big order we have just received for
advertising Calumet Baking Powder.
This, coming at a time when merch-
arts think business is slow and be
itve the outlook for the winter none
too promising, really spells volumes
Any company that spends, such an
enormous amount of money employs
experts who study and analyze condi
tions before vsuch a campaign is
launched. The agents of the company
enter the field to find out what's go going
ing going on and to learn whether or not the
time is ripe for a big advertising
campaign. Evidently the investiga
tors of the Calumet people found con conditions
ditions conditions in Ocala favorable, for never
in years has the Star had the pleasure
of lending its columns to such a big
drive. The action of the Columet peo
ple is certainly a great lesson to all
of us. It proves there is one thing
greater than business depression and
that is the "go get 'em" spirit. Such
optimism as the Calumet company
displays should be an example for al
wha have something to sell.
An old preacher one said that the
sounder his congregation slept the
louder he talked, until the very force
of his voice held up their eyelids and
made them listen, and just so is it
possible for any advertiser to win the
attention of the public if you just talk
President, at Laying of Cornerstone
For Victory Memorial, Gave Due
Credit to the First Great
Washington, Nov. 14 Speaking to today
day today at the exercises attending the
laying of the cornerstone for the new
Victory Memorial, President Harding
dedicated the structure as a "gather
ing place for Americans, where Am
erican minds can meet in fruitful ex-
The erection of the building, he
said, would begin the fulfillment of
one of the striking provisions of the
a st will of Georee Washington,
which set side a bequest for found- j
ing an "institution to dessemmate
earning, culture and a proper under
standing of the right principles of
TO LESSER KNOWN ATTRIBUTES
Washington was not only a great
soldier and statesman, welding the
forces of the republic and guilding its
policies but a great business man and
eminent humanitarian, the president
said, and devoted his address largely
o the lesser known attributes of
Washington. He told how Washing Washington
ton Washington divided his wealth at his death,
provided prompt payment for his
debts and left money for the institu
tion that is now Washington and Lee.
IS NOT ACCEPTABLE
Belgrade, Sunday, Nov. 13. Jugo
slavia cannot accept the decision of
the allied council of ambassadors de delineating
lineating delineating the boundary lire between
Jugoslavia and Albania, the cabinet
decided last night. A note to this ef effect
fect effect has been sent the allies.
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sellers, aged
66, died at her home at Electra Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock after
several weeks' illness. Mrs. Sellers
was a devoted Christian woman and
her feath will bring sorrow to her
many friends. She is survived by
four sons and two daughters.
The funeral services took place
from the residence Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Brandt offi officiated
ciated officiated and interment was made in the
family plot in Electra cemetery. Sam
R, Pyles & Company had charge of
MEETING OF PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
The Parent-Teachers Association on
Thursday afternoon held its Novem Novem-beV
beV Novem-beV meeting with the president, Mrs.
Helvenston, in the chair. After the
re ading of the minutes ; of the pre previous
vious previous meeting the association voted to
pass resolutions of sympathy for
Miss Stevens, one of the association's
most valued members, in her recent
The chairman "of membership and
finance, Mrs. Gerig, reported the
canvass for membership resulted in
388 paid up members to date. The
fund to be turned over to the chair chairman
man chairman of interior equipment and to be
applied upon the three most immed
iate needs of the school, namely: the
aboratory, the primary school piano,
and the soup kitchen.
A duet from "The Chimes of Nor
mandy" was rendered by Misses Marie
Robertson and Ruth Collins, and this
part of the program was most enjoy enjoyable.
able. enjoyable. Misses Pauline Shafer" and
Alma Townsend with a humorous
dialogue were very entertaining, and
a musical number by the high school
orchestra was a feature of the aft
Miss Shephard then introduced the
sreaker of the afternoon, Mrs. Guy,
of Gainesville, the presiding genius of
the school improvement association of
that city. Mrs. Guy is a forcefu
speaker and inspired her listeners
with her recitation of the achieve achievements
ments achievements of the few working members
of her organization. From Mrs. Guy's
talk one would infer that the Gaines
ville organization certainly lives up
tc its name. Among their most note
worthy accomplishments are the self-
sustaining coup kitchen, the super
visor of playground, the department
of industrial art, and the yearly pre
sentation of the Redpatch Chautau Chautauqua.
qua. Chautauqua. In conclusion, Mrs. Guy compli complimented
mented complimented Ocala for the pleasurable
meeting of of the Parent-Teachers
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
can be had at the Fort
AN UGLY STORY
FROM THE EAST
Report that Russian Jews Have Been
Shot Down by Hundreds While
Trying to Escape Into
Kishinev, Bessarabia, Nov.
Hundreds of Jewish families
been shot down while attempting to
cross the Bessarabian frontiers to
escape an expected clash between the
forces of General Petlura and the
soviet government, according to un unconfirmed
confirmed unconfirmed advices received here today.
Rumania is said to have .instructed
its border guards to admit no refugees
and to have suspended intended ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion of thousands of Ukrainian
WILL GREATLY DECREASE
BIG TIM'S WAD
Chicago, Nov. 14. Big Tim Mur
phy, former state representative,
gang leader, president of the Gas
Workers and Street Sweepers Union,
was sentenced to six yean in Leav Leavenworth
enworth Leavenworth prison and fined $30,000 to today
day today by Federal District Judge Landis
for his part in planning the Dearborn
street mail robbery.
The home of Mrs. J. K. Dickson on
Saturday afternoon was the scene of ft
jolly birthday party, when Elizabeth
Dickson celebrated her eleventh birth birthday;
day; birthday; In honor of the occasion about
eighteen of her little friends were,
invited to celebrate the happy time
with her. j
The first part of the afternoon was
spent playing a number of .games
which were thoroughly enjoyed with
the joyous enthusiasm of childhood.
Then a special guessing contest wa
held in which five little girls guessed
the same number of questions correct correctly,
ly, correctly, so the five girls cut for the prize,
which was a cunning little pin cush cushion,
ion, cushion, Selma Reynolds being the suc successful
cessful successful winner.
After the games the guests were
marched into the dining room which
had been decorated for the occasion.
From the chandelier were suspended
streamers of pink ribbon, the lower
ends being attached to the table, In
the center of the table was placed a
big birthday cake with eleven pink
candles. The breathless moment x
rived when each child was handed a
knife and told to a slice from the
cake. Louise Bryant found the thim
ble, Virginia Johnson the ring, Ethel
Fair Pillans the penny and Selma
Reynolds the hook. and eye. Refresh
ments of ice cream, cake and candy
were served by Mrs. Dickson.
As the parting time came the little
guests made the hostess good-bye,
wishing her many more such happy
birthdays. The honor?e was the recip
ient of many pretty and useful pits
The following were those who
spent (he afternoon so happily: Mary
Blowers, Louise Bryant, Dorothy
Cappleman, Josephine Clark, Mar
garet Condry, Beth Harris, Virginia
Johnson, Hazel Livingston, Virginia
Peek, Ethel Fair Pillans, Selma Rey
nolds, Mary Troxler, Dorothy Walk-
Icy, Beatrice Holmes, Helen Watt,
Elizabeth Winn and Esther White
(COURTESY BATTLE & CO. )
NEW YORK COTTON
Futures opened firm and closed
High Low Close
16.95 16.25 16.63
March ... 16.38
1673 16.25 16.44
16.75 16.31 16.43
16.60 16.18 16.32
16.27 15.85 17.98
16.56 16.30 15.30
October .. 1530
" Spots quiet. Fullv middling, 10.85.
Receipts 1342, including 1142 Amer American.
ican. American. Sales 5000, including 3500 Am American.
erican. American. Futures opened 10 to 24 down,
closed steady. December 10.63, Janu January
ary January 10.57, March 10.48, May 10.41, Oc October
tober October 9.98.
Wheat futures closed barely steady.
Wheat Open High Low Close
December ..108 109 105 105
May 113 113 109 109
December 46 47 46 46
May 53 53 52 52
December 32 33 31 32
May 47 38 37 37
This is a Studebaker year.
Read the want ada.
HOLOCAUST III A
At Least Nine Lives Lost and Many
Persons Injured in a New York
Fire This Morning
New York, Nov. 14. At least nine
persons are believed to have burned
to death in a tenement house fire early
today. Five unidentified bodies were
found huddled together in a doorWay
on the fifth floor of the building, and
later three more unidentified bodies
were found. Three others were in injured
jured injured seriously and 32 treated for
abrasions and shocks.
MISSING SCHOONER SIGHTED
OFF COAST OF MEXICO
Tampa, Nov. 14. Ruth Wells, a
fishing schooner, missing with her
captain and six men since the recent
j hurricane, wa ssighted off Cacpeche,
Mexico, according to the master of an
oil tanker arriving yesterday. He
also sighted a schooner of the Hibbs
Fishing Company, which has been
AUTO THIEVES ARE ACTIVE
Twice last week auto thieves were
balked by the scarcity of gas in the
cars they tried to carry off. The fifrst
instance, when Mr. Crawford Pas Pasteur's
teur's Pasteur's car was stolen while its owner
was in the circus tent, has been pub published.
lished. published. The second occurred Satur-
day night. Mr. Robert Denham, who
. ... ... ,j
has a position with Mr. B. Goldman,
j i. Yj j i
- w I
lis nome ana leic u in ipe street ini
xiuiib U4 tut; nuuso vmuic went ill
to supper. While he was eating, a
thief, or two or three thieves, drove
onQw TOitn t no cor onn Mr nonnflm I
came out from his supper to find only
vacant ground where the auto stood a
few minutes before. He gave the
alarm and the car was hunted for
without avail. An hour or two later,
it was reported some distance out of
town, standing beside the Gainesville
road. When the car was recovered, I
it was fnurd that its e-as tank was!
empty. It would evidently have taken
a long haul had it been well supplied
with juice. It would be a good thing
for the public if an officer or somelry
citizen bored a hole thru ope of the
auto thieves. They are becoming too
numerous and too. bold.
SENATOR KELLOG IS
Washington, Nov. 14 Senator Kel
logg, of Minnesota, is recoving in a
hospital today from an operation inlMr. and Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck.
which his left eye, sightless for many
years, was removed to prevent pos
sible affection of the right eye.
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la cartel
service day and night. West side of
8-6t DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
Jack Robertson, a student at the U.
of F.. spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson,
Mr. C. G. Barnett has accepted a
position with the American Agricul
tural Chemical Company. He will
travel for the company and also have
charge of their warehouse here.
In the beginning the
made round, and it's
eauare since. Columbia Record.
The trip to normalcy seems to in
volve a long stopover at subnormal-
cy. Columbia Record.
Successls still operated on the self-
service plan. Kingston Whig.
Side windshield glass at $12.50 perl
pair. Mack Taylor, pnone i4, ucaia,
. m m m 0 a A
Dinner 12 to 2, 60
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
8-6 1 DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
The 'present situation affords con considerable
siderable considerable food for thought, if hash cai
be called food. San Diego Tribune.
The low estate of the German mark
demonstrates that "a scrap of paper"
also comes come to roost. Columbia
Phone 596, Free Delivery
IIIIG TO TOl'lll
Another'Crowded Winter Season is In
View for People of And
Visitors to Ocala
The past week has shown a decided
pick-up in the arrival here, of tourists
and winter residents, and the signs
point to another crowded winter for
Ocala. Visitors of one and more sea sea-sens
sens sea-sens are arriving and there are many
new faces. The Board of Trade re reports
ports reports an increase in the number of
inquiries for accommodations, and an
unusual interest on the part of non nonresident
resident nonresident purchasers of property in
Marion county. Cold weather in the
ncrth has aroused, the desire to come
tr. Florida. As one man, in a letter
to the Board of Trade, says: "Our
fruit trees are covered with a heavy
coating of ice. Your trees are loaded
with fruit. We are planning to move
to Florida as soon as we can sell our
property up here."
Last winter there was a shortage
of accommodations in Ocala, and this
season promises to see another short shortage,
age, shortage, in spite of -the building that has
been done. Additional accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations are expected to become avail available
able available during the next three or four
months. The need for a large tourist
hotel is becoming more and more ap apparent.
parent. apparent. Plans for such a hotel are
being discussed. The rebuilding of
the Dixie Highway thru the county,
which is also state road No; 2, is ex expected
pected expected to result in the establishment
of motor hus lines connecting Ocala
DTuI Silver Snrinon nnrl nfK nAin4
m Manon county along the highway
with pomts in adjoining counties. It
Will 1P11IT in tha hi or TAnntt iimhiiiiio
- a- t j j.
tours of Florida to include Silver
Springs and the" other points of in-
tcrest m m
BREAKING THE iAW
New York, Nov. 14. Seventy cor-
porations. and individuals, composing
what is known as the tile and mantle
combine, today entered pleas of
Flty of violation of the Sherman
I law in federal court. The indictments
I followed. tne Lroclrwoocl legislative m-
BUICK "4" ROADSTER
One 1916 Buick "An roadster. Al
Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla,
I Miss Marie Robertson of Palatka,
1 returned home yesterday afternoon
I after a pleasant visit at the home of
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will meet tomorrow
evening at the club rooms at eight
o'clock for a social.
Mr. and Mrs. William
were week-end viistors to
Miss Grace Brooker of. Bell has ac
cepted a position in the primary
school. Miss Brooker is staying in
I the home of Mrs. Robert March on
j East Broadway.
I Mrs. Adams of Gainesville, has as-
1 sumed charge of the North Ocala
School, the position being made va-
I cant by the resignation of Mrs. P. IL
I A negro loafer, who had been hang'
I ing around the stores on West Broad-
way for some days, went into Roe's
meat market Saturday night, snatch snatched
ed snatched the cash box and ran. Hasn't
been caught yet. There was $16 or
$18 In the box.
The people should not permit any
one to use the pipe of peace to create
a smoke-screen. Columbia Record.
"The voice of the people is very
much in need of a megaphone- Co-
It 1 ? T
i lumoia xiecoru.
We surmise that John Barleycorn,
tho uninvited, will also be a delegate
to the conference for the limitation
I of armaments. "XJolumbia Record.
A severe winter is predicted. This
is the 1921st eevere winter predicted
during the- Christian era. Wichita
Close -observers say that Herb
Hoover is an idealist, which is prob-
oMtr'wViw w tVir.n crVi f for a lone time I
that he was a
democrat. Columbia ;
Llason's Place ca Fort
It Opens Tuesday, Nov. 22, and Al Already
ready Already the City if. Prinking Up
In Its Honor
ine lourteecth Annual Marion
County Fair opens next week. Al
ready the city is taking on a gala ap
pearance. The business section of the
city is gay with flags, bunting and
streamers. As the. opening date of
the fair approaches an increase in
the number of community exhibits is
announced and the competition prom
ises to De most keen- Nine communi
ties now have their hats in the rirg.
ine winner of the first premium will
have no cinch.
The communities that have made
arrangements to enter exhibits this
year, with those who are in charge cf
each, are as follows:
Oak, Mrs. E. L. Howell and John
Seiler; Anthony, W. C. Credle, Stew Stewart
art Stewart Baskin, Mrs. Fielding and Mrs.
R. E. Lindsay; Sparr, Mrs. E. W.
Luffman, Mrs. J. E. Thomas and N.
W. Luffman; Citra, Mrs. W. T. Du-
press and Mrs. Ramey; Mcintosh, W.
Grubbs and T. W. Traxler; Shady,
Mrs. L. A. Jones, Mrs. A. R. Douglas,
F. C. Barnes and George Buhl; Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, E. S. French, Louis Weihe and
Mrs. May Milligan; Candler, John
Mathews and A. A. Johnson; Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, Nathan Mayo and Charles
The fair association is this year
assisting with the expense of as assembling
sembling assembling the community exhibits.
The premiums offered are: First
prize, ?250; second, ?200; third, $150;
fourth, $100;" fifth, $50. The score
card for the exhibits will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: Quantity and variety 100
Quality and adaptability 150
Arrangement and appearance... ICO
Citrus fruits, and nuts 100
Corn and peanuts 150
Forage (hay, oats, velvet beans,
etc) .. 100
Canned preserves, pickles, vege
tables and home farm products 100
General display of staple county
Fresh and green vegetables 100
U. D. C. ELECT OFFICERS
The members of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C, met with Mrs. E. L. Carney
This was an unusually interesting
meeting as the yearly reports of the
retiring officers were given and the
election of the officers for the coming
year took place with the following re result:
Mis3 Josie Williams, president;
Mrs. J. C. Johnson, first vice presi president;
dent; president; Mrs. James Engesser, second
vice president; Mrs. R. B. Bullock, re recording
cording recording secretary; Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
registrar; Mrs. A. A. Winer, corres
ponding secretary; Mrs. P. W. White White-sides,
sides, White-sides, treasurer; Mrs. E. I Carney,
historian. All of the officers were
elected by acclamation.
Among the vistors present was the
poet laureate of the Florida Division,
U. D. C Mrs. Sara B. Weaver, cf
Miami, who made an interesting talk,
enjoyed by alL
Mrs. Carney told of her trip to
Chattanooga, when she attended the
U. C. V. reunion as matron of honer
for the Florida vetersns and she was
also on the sponsonial staff of seme seme-of
of seme-of the department commanders. Mrs.
Carney reported a wonderfully de
During the social hour, the hostess
assisted by Miss Barbara Ware
Johnson, served hot tea and cake.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICS
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Cf2:e
phone 211 two rings; residenc
phone 151. 15-tf
We would never have believed, with without
out without having had it demonstrated, that
George Harvey could remain quiet so
long Columbia Record.
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Another reason New York has to
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or $50 frorri a lady in Virginia who
proved possession of the property.
The moral of""this i" that any" lady
who has a hunch that she is going to
ose a silver-mesh bag should take the
next train for Punta Gofda.
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. America laid her
cards on the
BabeRuth is 'going -to sing in vad
deville. His voice is said to be a base
Somebody should put' the bakers
wise to the reduction in the price o
wheat, v '' "'"
The events of the last "seven years"
, prove that blood and iron are poor
materials with which to build em
i ii i iii'- i
Lena" Clarke says' she saw her in
dictment in print before it waif pub
lished. w Now,' will somebody ask 'Lena
what the woman's quarters at Rai
ford look like.
The Star regrets to hear of an at
tempt to inject religion into "the
municipal campaign. This is unwise
and un-American and .will do much
more harm than good. "
) Jacksonville boasts of a girt baby
which' 'weighed fourteen ,J pounds" at
birth We see the time in'the hot far
future when her5 best fellow Will have
to' hug twice before he can get his
arm around her once." '" :
The bluebeard 'of Paris" 'Jjat unmov
ed as he was 'charged 'with" the mur
der of two dozen wives. 'Probably he
was manacled and couldn't move. move.-Miami
Miami move.-Miami Herald.
He could have batted his eyes.
Father and son- are having their
show this; week 'although ""many b:
them "will wonder what will become of
them at the conclusion of the
"week." Times-Union. '. t
Both father and son' hate to be
fussed over. "' "'
"' George1 Mathews of the1 Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Herald is so busy expounding
high moral precepts that he- seems 'to
ha ve no time to correct a-' misstate'
ment he made about the county which
was once his home. Come down to
ENDORSE NEW FREIGHT
RATES TO OCALA
The Star this mornmg received
thru the mail the following unsigned
poem. We do not understand it, but
perhaps our readers will be ble to
unravel its meaning: r
If I should die tonight.
And you should come to my cold
.corpse and say V
Mclver was elected yesterday"
If I should die tonight-
And you should say in sorrow and in
fei f teirs'" 5J"" tt? -.
"Hell still be -president for two more
t might rise up, and buy you a new
Or jtk "WHAZZAT?"
CHO-CHO IS COMING
TO MARION COUNTY
- But should T'die tonight
And should ; you come 'to my
Corpse and kneel
Clasping my hand, to show the grief
' 5you feel;31' v
I say,' if I should die "tonight"
And you' should eome to me and then
" K should 'say, -" ; f'
"Thomas was elected msjyor-Will
' "Taylor's back town today,"
might rise up. But I should know
r" full well, : i"1. -'jc-U i -j i... ;
That L at least, were dead, -and both
of us in "not a well.
The Lakelandl"elegram"!; makes a
timely protest against calling' Ameri Americans
cans Americans Anglo-Saxons:' A -giinilar niis niis-fake
fake niis-fake is made tf almost every great
nation, for France is not purely Gal Gallic
lic Gallic and Italy Is riot purely Latin, and
Germany Ha hot purely Teutonic; the
people bf all these countries having
large and with some preponderating
admixtures from other races.' In
America the blending of nationali nationalities
ties nationalities the 'climate and sthev institutions
are building a distinct American race,
which is "pnmng its1-superiority in
energy and intelligence! over the peo
ples of all other countries."-
The Marion County Board of Trade,
after due consideration, has endorsed
the new freight rates to Ocala and
other representative Florida points
as proposed by the fourth section
committee of southern carriers. The
new rates will, if put into effect, car carry
ry carry out the principle of long and short
haul, and will give Ocala a decided
advantage as compared with existing
rates. The Board of Trade has peti petitioned
tioned petitioned the Interstate Commerce Com Commission
mission Commission to place the rates in effect at
the earliest possible date. Commodity
as well as class rates will be based on
tne long and short haul principle if
the commerce commission acts favor favorably.
The existing freight rates are based
on water competition at Jacksonville
and Tampa. The new rates would be
based on length of haul. At present,
for example, Tampa has lower rates
than Ocala, but under the new sched schedule
ule schedule Ocala would have lower rates
than Tampa. Tampa can, of course,
increase its commerce by water, but
would probably not obtain water rates
tbat would enable her to compete in
the Ocala territory. In fact, it is
stated that Tampa wholesale merch merchants
ants merchants are already planning to locate
warehouses in the interior cities.
The new rates would give Ocala an
advantage in competing with Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville that is not now enjoyed. To
vite an example, in shipments from
Nashville the rates to Jacksonville
plus the local rates to Ocala would
exceed the direct rates to Ocala as
follows: .Class 1, 43 cents; class 2,
4?. cents; class 3, 37 cents; class 4,
3(1 cents; class 5, 27 cents; class 6,
24 cents; "class A, 14 cents, class B,
11 cents; "class C, 18 cents; class D,
The new rates, if put into effect,
will no doubt result in a marked de development
velopment development of transportation on the
St. Johns river, and the importance of
developing transportation on the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha river and Silver Springs run
would become that much greater.
" The honors 'paid f by America; Bri Bri-ain,'
ain,' Bri-ain,' France and 1 Italy to .their- "un "unknown
known "unknown soldiers" prove a great change
in public sentiment. Ifs a long time
from the era when a Pharoafi followed
his army and its captives y thru the
streets' of ancient Memphis to the'day
when the unknowh'soldier' was'laid to
his lastrest in "Arlington"; but the
difference ih timewas hV-greater
than the motive that inspired the two
ceremonies the first, a flaming ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for more war; the last, a
tremendous plea for-peacer:
M-Mr." W. Clyatt shouts for a spe speciality
ciality speciality election to discard 'the Silver
Springs "panhandle.'.--. LeVa proceed
decently and hv ordery Mr. Clyatt.
Let's have1 an election,, if the- people
demand it thru petition, .mass-meeting
or -some other unmistakable dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. There is no evidence so
far that even a minority of the peo people
ple people of r this city want the Silver
Springs addition cut off.
America's offer to disarm is the
greatest renunciation of national ambition,-
the greatest' attempt to s Eft
tax burdens from" the people? ever
made in the history of the world, jlf
it is accepted, the nations may. work
uninterrupted for-peace and prosper prosperity
ity prosperity for the next fifty years, or longer.
; .- :fH-r s"J.
The story emanates r from Punta
Gorda--it is not necessary 'to tell any
Florida newspaper man who wrote
it that a silver-mesh bag, containing
jewelry, hose supporters and hair
nets, was found in the stomach of a
jewfish caught in the vicinity -of that
seaport. On being questioned, : the
Punta "Gorda Herald says that, it is
informed by the man who says that
he caught ; the "fish that: he receiyd
cops cf tu geb4 fma
X i in
It is being said of. Gov. Hardee
that -he is unwilling to appoint-South
Florida" men to office." But the Punta
Gorda Herald. is 'authority" for- the
statement .that the 7 governor, offered
the place on the railroad commission
made v vacant by the" death of Mr:
Blitch to ex-Gov. Albert W. Gilchrist;
whose home and principal interests
are very much in South Florida. Mr.
Says the Tampa Citizen: "Senator
Watson should not only be 'given an
opportunity to prove his "recent
charges -against the American- array,
but he should be made to come clean,
and to de -so without loss' of jtime.
There is too much of this promiscuous
talk and too little action in the United
States Congress and now is about as
good a time as there ever will be to
settle some of it."
.A. carload of grapefruit from Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, en route to the norths was side sidetracked
tracked sidetracked at New Smyrna because the
fruit was in bad order Examination
showed .that bottles of whisky were
packed m the boxes between the
fruit." The whisky1 was seized, but
that will-not prevent the- occurrence
from -being v tremendous advertise advertisement
ment advertisement for Dade county grapefruit.
'Says the St.; Petersburg Independ Independ-eflt
eflt Independ-eflt : "Governor Hardee has "a level
hf ad." He was asked to continue the
open season for mullet for ten days
to give the fishermen a chance to re recoup
coup recoup losses from iher storm. The gov governor
ernor governor wisely decided that he had no
wower to suspend a state law, even
though it might be desirable. The
law must be upheld."
- The Times-Union says: "Marion
ccunty proposes to put on exhibition
convincing evidence of the progress
that county is making agriculturally
and in5 the matter 'of i producing live
stock of the highest merit. The coun county
ty county fair at Ocala is of immense value;
both to the v people of Marion and to
those of other counties and other
Mr. Qyatt styles the Silver Springs
boulevard a country road. Maybeso;
but 90 per cent of he trafSc over it is
of Ocala autoes between the city and
Silver Springs; and tha 90;iperceht
and the other 10 per cent will have
rougher traveling if it is left to the
Cho-Cho, the Health Clown, is com coming
ing coming to Marion county on Saturday,
November 19th, especially to see the
boys and girls of the county. Do you
know Cho-Cho You never have seen
him ? Cho-Cho is the funniest man you
ever met. He is just like a clown at
the circus only you get to know him
much better and he introduces you to
his best friends. You will be glad to
meet Sammy Spinach, Tom ; Turnip
and Charlie Carrot and there' are
Roste Apple, Mr. Wholewheat Bread,
and Cow-in-the-Meadow, too, who tell
the boys and girls how fto be the
strongest boys and girls of the neigh neighborhood.
Comments of the Newspapers
The clown elicited one laugh- after
another from the ; children, and after
an especially hearty peal, he told
them the reason he made them laugh
was to see how many had teeth like
pearls and how many like coffee beans.
He demonstrated in his 'amazing but
none the less forceful manner, how
the teeth should be cleaned, and fur further
ther further the groans one hears when a lit little
tle little boy or girl has to sit in the den dentist's
tist's dentist's chair.
"And now, before I go, I am going
to show you a trick," said Cho-Cho.
I am going to pick a plum out of the
airland change it into an egg," and
amid breathless silence he performed
"I must go now,' "he said, "but re re-rr
rr re-rr ember what I have told you, and
what Cho-Cho says Cho-Cho knows.
Drink plenty of milk and eat all .the
green vegetables you can get, wheth
er you like them or not; they'll make
you strong and healthy. Brush your
teeth, take plenty, of baths and sleep
with the windows open, and Cho-Cho
says you will gain half a .pound a
And taking his implements he slow slowly
ly slowly made his way to the door, kissing
his hand and shouting "Good-bye," at
every step. New York Tribune.
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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 1
at all times and wait on you promptly. Our
best advertising is done by our customers.
Our Regular Economy Prices 1
FORT KING ROAD
.. Some of the property owners along
Fort King road, between the city
limits and the industrial school
grounds, hoping for an early improve improvement
ment improvement : of that picturesque highway,
are putting their premises in order
for both the public and private inter interests.
". Mr. L. M. Murray, who is agent for
,'a large tract of land on the north side
Of" the road, is, having the brush and
weeds cleared from the roadside, giv giving
ing giving foot passengers a chance, as well
as enhancing the scenery.
Mrv-M. F. Johnson, who owns a
considerable amount of real estate to
the south of the road, has set his
fence back and cleared the" space be between
tween between it and the road. Mr. Johnson
hopes for a double highway and will
do his part to secure it.
;:The Fort King -road will make a
beautiful and useful drive whenever
it is improved, which is bound to-be
soon. There is a good deal of traffic
over it now.
. Ocala, Florida
a t. njrM- m i l
You Get a Run
lor yoar money at onr
Plant. We are hot after
your trade, and will sure surely
ly surely make it oi interest to
yon to deal with us.
1VE Insure a Long Run for
Ocala House Block
C. V. Roberts
srL ROBERTS & SPENCER
Faneral Directors, Embalmera
Private Morgue and Chapel
u MOTOR EQUIPMENT
. ... .'
" Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
..Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and .fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO, 286, B. P. O. E.
- 1 t
Oala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective JOrder of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C.-Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond Friday -evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing sovereigns are always welcome.
, ... H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Kingan's Box Bacon....' 48c
Kingan's Reliable Hams, lb 35c
K'ngan's Breakfast Bacon, lb.... 35c
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 .17f
White Sugar, lb.. 7c
Brown Sugar, lb 8c
Black Eye Peas, lb 12e
Baby Lima Beans, lb 12c
Honduras Head Rice, lb 10c
Grits and Meal, lb 3c
Potatoes," peck 60c
Pecans, lb 35c
Esnanas, dozen 35c
Apples, pound 12e
Oranges, dozen ',23c
Cranberries, quart 1 33c
Gold Bar Cherries, No. 2 can..... 40c
Rosedale Pineapple, No. 2can...30c
Smilax Sifted Peas, No. 2 can....2Sc
Gibb's Tomatoes, No. 2 can....12c
Campbell's Soups, can ..12c
Pink Salmon, can ;.15c
Prunes, lb ..20c
Dried Apples, package 18c
Eaisins, package 30c
Mince Meat, package 20c
Oatmeal, package ...12VjC
Pancake Flour, package 18e
Yellow Corn Meal, package 15c
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Phone 76 for Prompt Delivery Service and Qualify Groceries
TTTy TT P1
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- II. E. Abbott, Mgr.
Ocala Abuse Ulocftl South Side
NOTICE OF SALE
- Notice is hereby given that tinder
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, v
' 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.
bacco. tobacco. i .. i
"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 6th, A. D. 192L -'
S. C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.
W. E. Smith; ? v
Plaintiff's Attorney. ll-6-10t
E PEERLESS TDKE
6000 miles guaranteed
30x3 nonskid ... 9.00
30x3 nonskid ....$12.00
We Specialize on
ForcJ and Chevrolet
DIXIE HIGHWAY GAR AG!
Jas. Engesscr, Prop.
Day Phone 258
Night Phone 533
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
Cook's Market and Grocery
Exclusive Retail Depot for
BROAD ACRES D AMY
Whole Jersey Milk
High Grade f;Thlngs to Eat
Zs --Zs w -O--
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. a
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Tulula LoIge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
I 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.
Salt n illot, already scaled, at the
- The city council will receive bids
on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., for sale 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 of Sanchez street
to the extension of Watula street
about 580 -feet, running north from
May street to the Taylor property,
about 300 feet. City reserving the
barn. H. C Sistrunk,
10-31-tf City Clerk.
. Notice is given that the city coun council
cil council of Ocala, Florida, wffl on the 15th
day of November, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., receive bids for drilling of
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
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies work at the Royal Cleaners.
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Five Specialties between the acts. Everything New
ADIillSSION 25c and 40c, War Tax Included
-ii i i x "V ii ail a
One Lcdy "Wffl Be Admitted FREE Wilh Eccli Aduirtisliel
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OCA LA EVENING STAB, MONDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1921
A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
For you Soles' ; Sake
Oar work is Walk About
Others' work is Talk
And $15 Per Month
Will buy, nice four room
cottage just finished and
painted inside and o X.
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large ga rage. See
E. C. JORDAN,
OFFI E OVER
A Man lo
J. ALLEN DUNN
Copyright Bobb MwriB Ox.
"I don't" know that I have, saia
Rainey. "But I think, If all goes well,
111 get a place up in the Coast Range,
In the redwoods looking over the sea,
and write. Not newspaper stuff, but
what I've always wanted to. Stories.
Tarns of adventure !"
"Goin to write second-hand stuff?"
asked Lund. "Why don't you live
what you write? I don't see how
yo're goln to git under a man's skin
by squattin In a bungalow with a Jap
servant, a porcelain bathtub, an
breakfast in bed. Why don't you
travel an see stuff as It Is? How In
blazes .are you goin'" to write adven
ture if you don't live It?
"Me, I'm goin' to git a schooner
built accordin' to my own ideasvHave
a kicker engine In it, mebbe, an go
round the world What's the use of
llvin' on it an' not knowin' it by sight?
Books and pictures are all right In
their way, I reckon, but, while mj
riggln holds up, I'm for travel. Mebbe
I'll take a group of islands down in
the South seas after a bit an' make
somethin' out of 'em. Not jest copra
an pearl-shell, but cotton an' rubber,
"A king and his kingdom," suggest
ed the girl.
"Aye, an' mebbe a queen to go with
It," replied Lund, his eyes wide open
In a look that made the girl flush and
iHc I can now give you the
very latest, up-to-date
NiS' methods, assuring you
PfcSee the most careful and
i thoro service.
x DR. K. J. EIHE,
Optometrist ar.d Optician
Eyesight Mn. rialia
81 Broad Street
New York Gty
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 Block
Room 2 v
We promise : quick service,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extend to Ocala and
surrounding territory the facil facilities
ities facilities of our office.
Phone No. 441. Private Wire
During Fair Week
Meet Your Friends At
TOE DOTEL ALBERT
On Adams Street
Just Off Main
Steam Heat. Hot and Cold
Running water in euery room
RATES $1.50 UP
Careful estimates made on all con-
. tract work. Gives more and better
work for the moiiey than any other
contractor in the city.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 rjn
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NYork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 md
1 :50 pm Tampsi-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-ftt Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am JacksonvUle-NTork 2:33 i.m
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am JksonviHe-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 Dunnel!.on-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunel:lon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Hojnosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Ltiesburg 6:42 am
That's a Man's Life," Went on ,Lund
Rainey feel the hidden Issue that .he
felt was bound to come, rising to th
"That's a man's life," went on Lund.
"Travel's all right, but a man's got tG
do somethin, buck somethin', stan
somethin'. An' a red-blooded man
wants the right kind of a woman to
play mate. Polish off his rough
edges, mebbe. ; I'd rather be a rough
castin' that could stand filin a bit.
than smooth an' plated. An, when
find the right woman, one of my own
breed, I'm goin' to tie to her an' her
"I'm goin' to be rich. They've
cleaned up the sands of 1 Nome, but
here's others'll be found yit between
Cape Hope an' Cape Barry. Mean
time, we've got a placer of our own
With plenty of gold they ain't much
llmitfb what a man can do. I've
roughed it all my life, an I'm not
lookin' for ease. It makes a man soft.
He swept the figure of the girl in a
pause that was eloquent of his line of
thought She grew uneasy of it, but
Lund maintained it until she raised
her eyes from her work and chal challenged
lenged challenged his. Rainey saw her breast
heave, saw her struggle to hold the
gaze, turn red, then pale. He thought
her eyes showed fear, and then she
stiffened. Almost unconsciously she
raised her hand to where llainey was
sure she kept the little pistol, touched
"something as though to assure herself
of its presence, and went on sewing
Lund chuckled, but shifted his eyes to
"Why don't you write up this
v'yage? When it's all over? There's
adventure for you. an we ain't ha"f
through with it. An' romance, too,
mebbe. We ain't developed much of
a love-story as yit, but you never can
He laughed, and Teggy Simms got
up quietly, folded her sewing,, and
said "flood- nicrht" composedly before
she went to her room.
"How about it. Harney?" quizzed
Lund. "How about the love part ot
it? She's a beauty, an' she'll be an
heiress. Ain't you got enny red blood
in yore veins? Po;'t you want herl
You won't find many to held a randle
to her. Looks, built like a 3rarm
yncht. smooth an speedy. Smart, an
rich into the bargnin. Why don't you
make love to her?"
Rainey felt the burning blood
( mounting to his face and brain.
"I am not in love with Miss bumns.
he said. ."If I was I should not try
to make love to hr mirier the circum
stances. She's alone, and she's father
less. I do not care to discuss her.
"She's a woman, said Lund. "And
yo're a d d prig I You'd like to bust
me In the jaw, but you know I'm
stronger. You've got some guts,
Rainey. but yo're hidebound. You
Mi.-4.t i.'f ... thowirit-!? "a.n-ro J. to ys
you, an ShS's'to te won. ir-you want
her, why don't you stand up an try
to git her 'stead of slttin' around like
a sick cat whenever I happen to ad-
j mire her looks?
Tve seen you. l am i ouna enny
longer, you know. She's a woman an
rm a man. I thought you was one.
But you ain't. Yore Idea of makln
love is to send the gal a box of candy
an walk pussy-footed an' write poems
to her. You want to write life an 1
want to live It. So does a gal like
that. She's more my breed than yores,
If 'she has got eddication. An' she'&l
flesh and blood. Same as I am. Yo're
half sawdust. Yo're stuffed.
He went on deck laughing, leaving
Rainey raging but helpless. Lund ap
peared to think the situation obvious
Two men, and a woman who was at attractive
tractive attractive in many ways. The only
woman while they were aboard the
schooner, therefore the more to be de desired,
sired, desired, admired by men cut off from
the rest of the world.
- Lund sooner or later, meant to take
her, willing or unwilling. He hac
gald so, none too covertly, that very
evening. And, if Rainey meant tc
stand between her and Lund as a pro protector,
tector, protector, Lund would accept him In that
character only as the girl's lover and
For the time being, the safety ol
the Karluk and the successful carry
Ing out of the purpose of the trip took
all of Lund's attention and energy
Twice he had been thwarted by the
weather from gleaning his golden har
vest, and it began to look as If the
third attempt might be no more for
"The Karluk's stout," he said once,
"but she ain't built for the Arctic. If
we git nipped badly shell go like an
"And then what?" Rainey asked.
"Git the gold!, That's what we
come for. If we have to make sleds
an use the hunters for a dorg-team
He laughed indomitably. "We'll make
a man of you yit, Rainey, afore we
Lund was snatching sleep in scraps
seeking always' to feel a way toward
the position of the island through the
Ice that continually baffled progress
Against all opposition he forced hi
way until, just after sunset one night,
as the dusk swept down, he gave a
shout and pointed to a fitful flare over
the port bow. Rainey thought it the
aurora, but Lund laughed at him.
"It's the crater atop the island," h
said, "Nothln' "dangerous. Reg'lai
liehthouse. Now, boys,"-he went on
his deep voice ringing with exhilara
tlon. "there's gold in sight! Whistle
for, a change of weather, .every moth
er's son of you!"
The deck was soon crowded. On
the previous trip the schooner had ap
proached the island from a different
angle, but the men were swift to
acknowledge the glow of the volcano
as the exDected landfall. Lund re-
mained on deck, and lt was late be
fore any of the crew turned in
Rainey. during his watch, saw the
mountain fire-pulse, glowing and wink
ing like the eye of a Cyclops, its
gleam reflected In the eyes of the
watchers who were about to invade
the island and rob it of Its golden
The change of weather came about
three In the morning, though not as
Lund had hoped. A sudden wind ma materialized
terialized materialized from the north, stiffening
the canvas with its Ice-laden breath,
glazing the schooner wherever mois moisture
ture moisture dripped, bringing up an angry
scud of clouds that fought with the
moon. The sea appeared to have
thickened. The Karluk went sluggish sluggishly,
ly, sluggishly, as if she was sailing in a sea of
we I O
egMTiTnl as master, nut tney ton rf-
Deiiea in spine
"There's the Island," sa!d Lund
"Well make It afore sundown. The
beach Is there, waltln' fer us to dig It
up. ItH be some Job. I don't reckon
It's frozen hard, on'y crusted. If it Is
we'll bust the crust with dynamite
But we got to hop to It. Therell be
another cold spell after this one peter?
out an the next Is like to be perma permanent.
nent. permanent. I want the gold washed out
strait- It's np to you to hump yore-J"
selves, an 111 help the humpin'. JSS
"Well cradle most of the stuff an M:
if tney's time, well flume the silt tall INT
In's for the fine dust. Providln
can git a fall" of water. There'll be
nlantv a m II Vt a n a A Ai An
I'ltuij iVI "-"o I A
shares go as first fixed. I ain't ex- ltT
git a pinh or two of the dust,"
The men's faces lighted, and they
huffled about, looking at one anothei I Vj
vnm grins 01 reuvi.
"No cheers? asked Lund Ironically
"Wall. I hardly expected enny. Han
son, youll be one of the foremen, with
pay accordin'. Demlng."
"I can't dig," said the hunter trucu truculently.
lently. truculently. "Neither can Beale,, with hli
"You've got a sweet nerve, sale"
Lund. "I reckon you've won enough
to be sure of yore shares. If the boys 13
nav nn. r.nouen lor von to ao some tr
diggin In yore pockets for Beale. Hlsjj
ribsud be whole if you nadn't startec
i FOURTEENTH ANNUAL
Ocala, November 22,23,24,25 li
the bolshevik stunt. But
ru And :i:
JoSinny J. Jones Exposition ow
Will furnish the mid-way allracUons
SPECIAL RATES ON TOE RAILROAD.
OCALA IS ON TOE DIXIE EHGHWAY
REMEMBER THE DATE
something for both of you to do,
let that worry you none.
"We've got mercury aboard some somewhere,"
where," somewhere," Lund continued, to Rainey,
when the men had dispersed, far more
t-heerful than they had gathered.
"We'll use that for concentration In
the film riffles. Hansen'll have rock rockers
ers rockers made that'll catch the big stuff
If the worst comes to the worst, well
load up the old hooker with the pay
dirt an' wash It out on the way home
I'll strip that beach down to bedroci
if I have to work the toes an finger
By noon the schooner was glazed
in as firmly as a toy model that U
mounted. In a glass sea. The wind
h'ew Itself entirely out, but the cur current
rent current bore them steadily on to the
clamorous shore, where' the swell"
were creating promontories, bays.
runs ann cnasms in me pueu-uu iwi.v.
fusion of the floes pounding on the IjJJtJ
nuns, uirBiiug vi miuuig iv uu
another in noisy confusion.
The marble-whiteness of the Ice
masses was set off by the blues anc"
soft violets of their shadows, and b
pearly sheen wnerever tfte planes I 1917 6 roadster, new tires,
caught the light at a proper slant fori newly painted. Price ?450. Mack Tay
the play of prisms. Beautiful as it I lor. phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
was, the sight was fearful t6 Rainey,
THANKSGIVING WEEK I
BUICK "6" ROADSTER
in common with the crew. Only Lund j
surveyed It nonchalantly.
"It's bustln up fast, be said. "All
we need Is a little luck. If we alut I Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
got that there's no use of worryln. J dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
When Rainey came, on deck the next
morning he found the schooner float floating
ing floating in a small lagoon that made the
center, of a floe. The water In it was
"We'll Make a Man cf You Yit, Rainey,
Afore We Git Back."
slush, half solid. Main and fore were
close furled, the headsnils al. and
rhe Karluk was nosing a?aint the far
end of the rapidly diminishing hasin.
The wind vss still lively.
A deep hum of bursting surf under under-toned
toned under-toned all other noNrs and. prisonel
as she was. the s !""w r.r.il her f!e
were swiping slo. !r tov.ard The land
in the srrip of a current rather than
before the gr;sty wiml.-
Lund came up within the h'ur and
stood blinking at thi? brill'am e.
. He seen.ed well sat'sfied with the
"prospect. '"Had breakfast?" he asked
Rainey. and then: "All right. We'll
git the men aft.
He bellowed an order, and soon
every one came trooping, to gttthet
in two gronp eitbc s?le of the cabin
skylisht. Their fjsces were eager with
the proximity of the eoM. yet ball
, sullen as they waited to hear v.hat
Lund had to s; y. J? nce the attempt
i, .tj&,H'n,. I.iwd ., Jieti,, sa?d ,,pot?.'.Ti?
We can'rT)last ourselves out o' this
without rlskln' the schooner.. We
ought to be thankful we froze In gen gentle.
tle. gentle. There ain't a plank started. The
floe'U fend us off. There ain't enny
big chunks enny way near us aft. Luck
to make a decent landln is all we
need, an' It's my hunch It's comln our
His "hunch was correct Though
they did not actually make the little
bay on which the treasure beach de debouched,
bouched, debouched, they fetched np near It
against a broken hill of Ice that had
lodged on the sharp slopes of a little
promontory, making the connection
without further damage than a split splitting
ting splitting of the forward end of their en-
'caslng floe, with hardly a Jar to the
Lund sent men ashore over the ice,
climbing to the promontory crags with
hawsers by which they tied up
schooner, floe and all, to the land. If
the broken hill suffered further catas catastrophe,
trophe, catastrophe, which did not seem likely. Its
fragments would fall upon the floe.
In case of emergency Lund ordered
men told off day and night to stand by
the hawsers, to cast loose or cut, as
the extremity needed.
It was dark before they were
snugged. The men volunteered,
through Hansen, to commence digging
that night by the light of big fires,
so crazy were they at the nearness of
the gold. But Lund forbade it.
"You'll work reglar shifts when you
git started," he said. "An you won't
start till termorrer. We've got to
stand by the ship ternlght until we
find out by mornin how snug we're
goln' to be berthed."
All night long they lay In a pan pan-'demonium
'demonium pan-'demonium of noise. After a while
they would become used to it as do
the workers in a stampmlll, but that
n?ght It deafened them, kept tbem
awake and alert, fearful, with the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous cannonading. The bit of tin
frost made the timbers of the Krrlufc
creak and Its thrust continually
worked among the stranded masses--with
groaning thunders and shrill
grinding, while the surf ever boomed
on the resonant sheets of Ice.
Dawn came before they were aware
of it, a sudden rushxf light that I
the ice in every hue of red and orange
that tipped the frozen coast with
bursts of ruby flame that flared like
beacons and glided the crests of the
long swells, tinging all their world with
a wild, unnatural glory.
Lund, striding the deck, his red
beard iced with his breath, suddenly
stopped a'nd stared Into the east.
There, in the very eye of the dawn,
was a trail of smoke, like a plume
against the flaming, three-quarters cir circle
cle circle of the rising sun I
Lund's fae. on w!,Jch the bruises
were fast fading, changed purpie purpie-Nack
Nack purpie-Nack with rage. He whirled upon
Sandy, gaping near, and ordered him
to fetch his. binoculars. Through them
he stared long at the smote. Then
he turned to the girl and Rainey.
"Come down Inter the cabin. he
said. "We'll need all our wits. That's
a patrol boat, Japanese, for a million I
None other this far west. An' It's
d d funny it should come up right at
this minnit. We've made the trip
on schedule time, an here they show.
But well let that slide. We've got to
think fast. They'll board us. They'll
overhaul-us lookin for seal pelts. At
iMit T hni ao.
service day aifll night. West side of
public square. r
8-6t DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Jackson County Fair, Mari Mari-anna,
anna, Mari-anna, November 4 to 19.
Leon County Fair, Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, November 22 to 26.
Alachua County Fair, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, 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.
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.
To Our Patrons:
On account of the unprecedented
rush of business last Saturday to take
advantage of our advertised 25 dis discount
count discount sale, many customers left with without
out without being waited upon. For this we are
exceedingly regretful, and in order to
prevent a repetition of this condition,
we have added extra salespeople. From
now on we will be able to give our usual
pomrpt and efficient service to everyone.
"The Fashion Ccrder
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
Twenty-five tires, 32x372, standard
makes, at cost, $15. Mack Taylor,
phone 343, Ocala, Fla, 9-t
tiff i i i -ic m i i r re i t i i xw
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L.., mmmm KEfiL
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Tft&new sugar coated
u-fslcfi everybody Jw -M
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CALA AUTO & JJARAGE CO.
SETS THE RACE
Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
See Ouf Used Car Bargains
' i4MJGnaranee(f a Represented
North Side of Post Oifice
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one-
Mrs. R. L. Anderson has returned
from a visit to Jacksonville.
Mr. P. H. Hensley arrived in town
Saturday for a week-end visit to his
TO THE NORTH
A NEW LIMITED PULLMAN, DINING CAR AND COACH TRAIN
Effective from Jacksonville, November 16, 1921.
Daily Route No. 84
Parlor Car and Coach
LiV. OOALtA ......... A. C. Line 1:45 jm Service to Jacksonville.
L.v. Jacksonville A. CTLine e:45pm Sleeping Cars St. Peters-
Ar. Havannah A. C. Line 12:25 am burg to Washington, Tarn-
Ar. Florence ..A. C. Line 6:30 am pa to Washington, Jack-
iAit. Fayettevllle. A. C. Line 9:00 am sonville to New Tfork nd
Ar. Wilson ,.A. C. Line 10:54 am Jacksonville to Boston.
Ar. Rocky Mount. .,1 C. Line 11:35 am m Caf fpom
Ar. Norfolk A. C. Line a:40 pnv st Petersburg to Jackson-
Ar. Petersburg A- C Line 2:20 ipm ville.
Ar. Richmond. A. C. Line 3:10 im
Ar. Washington R. F. & P. 6:30 pan Pr?e, Recl.mlnS hair
Ar. Baltimore... Penna. Syst. 7:50 pm Cars Jacksonville to Wash-
Ar. Philadelphia. .Penna.. Sys. 10:00 pm mgton.
Ar. New York. .Penna. Syst. 12:25 am Coach Service on all trains.
A r. Boston. -N. Y-N. H. & 7:58 am
Connections made at Washington with evening departures by-all
roads for Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, Pittsburgh,
Buffalo, Rochester and all points in Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and
Western New York.
For further information, detailed schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to or address the undersigned.
L. K. BRADDOCK, Ticket Agent, A. C. Line, Ocala, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agt. J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass Agt.
Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
E. M. NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
W. J. CRAIG, Pass. Traffic Manager. T. C. White, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Wilmington, North Carolina.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad of the South
Smoke Don Key. xnai. good cigar.
Mr. F. B. Beckham of Fernandina.
after a few days in Ocala, returned
Call phone 108 when you want groc
eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. Irvine Rogers of Chicaeo. ar
rived in Ocala Saturday, for a visit
with his mother, Mrs. R. S. Rogers.
We have on hand two seven-pas
senger cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
The Eight O'Clock Dancing Club
held its regular bi-monthly dance
Friday evening at the Woman's Club
This is a Studebakar year. tf
Fifty-Fifty Sale. It
Chief of Police Eenry Gordon is
not on duty today. He is feeling too
good natured to arrest anybody. A
HOBART MIXER Every restaurant
boarding house and drug store
should have a three-quart Hobart
mixer. Hobart Mfg. Co., P. O. Box
880, Jacksonville, Fla. 14-3t
ton-pound boy baby arrived at the
chiefs house early this morning and
is reported to be the big boss of the
premises. Hope he will grow up to
be as good a man as his daddy.
Mr. B. A. Weathers has returned
heme from a several days' visit with
his niece, Mrs. Vernie Stevens, in
Judge F. J. Titcomb of Dunnellon
was in town today, and reports the
Phosphate City as unfriendly to
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at -the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Dr. and Mrs. H. C Dozier went to
Gainesville one the train yesterday,
after their car, which had been left in
a Gainesville garage for repairs.
Mrs. Henry Schoeflin of Tampa, ar
rived in Ocala Saturday and will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood until after the fair.
Mrs. M. G. Chambers who has been
sick for the past two weeks, is able
to be out, and has assumed her duties
at Frank's Store, where she has ac
cepted a position.
THE FASHION CENTER
of Our Great
Our orangeade machine Is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hill and chil children,
dren, children, Mrs. E. C- Hill and son, Clif Clifford
ford Clifford and Miss Luvylee Schroeflin, of
St. Augustine, spent the week-end in
Ccala as the guests' of Mr. and Mrs.
P. V. Leavengood.
LOST On road near Ocala, 33 x 4
Goodyear tire on Buick metal rim.
Finder please return to the Buick
FOR SALE Charleston Wakefield
cabbage plants and Redfield Beauty
Tomato plants, 2o 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-
. tiee. 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
ake Yeast Vilamon
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If you want to quiskly clean your akin and complexion, put some firm
flash on your bones, increase your nerve fores ana power and look ad
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with each meal and watoh the
results. Maatin's VITAMON
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ted highlyiconcentra-ted yeast-vitaminee as well as
the two other still more impor important
tant important vitaxnines (Fat soluble A
and Water soluble C) and are
now being used by thousands.
Ttay positively will not upset
the tomach or cauie gas, but,
on the contrary, are a great aid
to digestion, to overcome consti constipation
pation constipation and as general condi conditioner
tioner conditioner of the whole system. Pim Pimples,
ples, Pimples, boils Jid skia eruptions
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complexion becomeii fresh and
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hea'th, the flesh txwomes firm,
the eves bright. Mantin's VITA VITAMON
MON VITAMON Tablets ant positively
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improve your appearance. Do
not accept imitations or eubeti eubeti-tuts.
tuts. eubeti-tuts. You can get Mm tin's
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FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. 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
ward 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
Of what um ar fine features with i
mottUd akin, tabby 1 h, suwhf
pouabee ubm tbe ayya ar cai
looktaf facet Let VUamon
Are Positively Gtms&teed
to Pot Oa Firm Flet&t
Qaar the Skin and Incre
Energy When Taken. Wish
Every Meal or Money Bade
FOR RENT Five room apartment.
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phon.e 73. tf
FOR RENT Six room furnished
house, with use of piano (015 South
Sanchez St.) for $35 per month.
Apply to 615 S Sanchez St., or
write Mrs. F. Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 6t
FOR SALE One Detroit vapor oil
stove, three burners and oven; prac practically
tically practically new. Phone 98. 9-4t
New bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phona
Mrs. I. V. Stevens, H. C. Stevens
and daughter, Miss Clara Beth, re returned
turned returned Thursday from Ocala, where
they attended the funeral of Isaac
Stevens. Mrs. I. V. Stevens will not
return to Lakeland until a later
date. Lakeland Star.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mr. Little's lecture at the high
school was incorrectly "reported in
Saturday's paper. It was to the eighth
grade instead of the fourth, and the
demonstration foot he used was not a
dummy but a genuine skeleton.
No word has yet been received
from Mr. R. S. Rogers by his friends
here, but Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who
is in Washington, wired Saturday
that she had seen him in that city.
We can make you specially attrac attractive
tive attractive prices on house furnishings fot
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf
Sir. Jack Williams of Cotton Plant
was in town today. He was busy col
lecting information for a party up
north who had heard that Marion
Roberts & Spencer are doing a
large and growing business at their
0 SASH DOOR
Ceo JMay i! Co.
Repair AH Cars
Weld All Metals
For Satisfaction Give Us a
FOR SAIJG One complete box of
cabinet maker's tools. Will be sold
at a bargain. Apply to Walter
Wells, 24 Henry St., Ocala. 10-6t
WANTED Position in ofiice. Can use
typewriter and take shorthand. Can
also assist in bookkeeping. Accurate
with figures. Can furnish good ref-j
ed. Address P. O. Box 88, Ocala,
FOR RENT One bed room furnish-1
ed. One block off Fort King, four;
blocks from Harrington Hall. Phone I
543X or call at 215 Tuscawilla St.,
FOR SALE Two good pianos, one
nearly new incubator, one Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte cockerel. Come and see them.
J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
phone 501, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t
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
Hundreds at our patrons from all over the county
have already taken advantage of the great sav savings
ings savings now prevalent in every department.
If you haven't yet shared in the unusal savings it
will pay you to visit our store this week.
Everything in Our Lines at 75 c on the Dollar
"The Fashion Center"
1 1 1
establishment on West Broadway.
Their two big rooms are crowded with
goods, which they sell as fast as they
can replace them.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents. One 1921 Ford touring car. A bar-
We hear there was a small fight be be-twen
twen be-twen a railroad man and a traveling
man last night, but names and partic
ulars are being kept from the press
with great assiduity. Somebody will t
leak sooner or later.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone gain;-Al shape.
260, 310 N. Main street. tf 348, Ocala Fla.
Mack Taylor, phone
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mr. J. D. McCaskill is pushing work
on the Robertson building. He has
cleaned up one big pile" of brick and
is now piling up another.
county was inaccessible. Mr. Will Williams
iams Williams mailed the gentleman a copy of
the Marion County Booklet, as good
evidence that he had been misinformed.
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
The annual Red Cross rally is on.
Mrs. J. W. Dumas and Mrs. F. R.
Hocker are the leaders today, and
all the regulars and many recruits
are expected to hand in their dollars.
ADAMS & MORMSOBJ GAOAGE
. Slagnetoes Recharged Cars Washed zni Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.'and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florid-
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
The friends of Mr. John Needham,
who has been in the hospital at Lake
City, will be delighted to know that
he has returned home.
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tf
The handsome brick block erected
on West Broadway" by Ray & Thom Thomson
son Thomson for P. P. Costello is almost com complete.
plete. complete. Mr. Costello has received sev several
eral several good offers to rent it, but may
move his own store into it.
Mrs. Arthur Stamra of Macon, Ga
who has been the guest of Mrs. S.
Bland Ware, left for home Saturday.
START One of our candy factories
at home, or small room anywhere.
We furnish everything. Experience
unnecessary. Big pay. Men, women.
Fifteen Years Experience
Up-lo-Date lench Connler
and Dining Room
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
American, French, Spanish and
108 South Magnolia St.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters left
Saturday to attend the medical con convention
vention convention at Hot Springs.
No. 9, A. C. L.. made a fine run
fiom Gainesville Sunday evening,
making up thirty minutes lost time in
Wood and kindling $2 per load. R.
H Todd Lumber Co., phone 223. 10-4t
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace returned
Saturday from a week's visit to Jack
Mr. Harley Marsh of Tampa spent
the week-end with his Ocala relatives.
Mrs. Annie Stroud .has returned
from a visit of several weeks to Fort
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. Geo. F. Younge at
her home on Tuscawilla street Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
W. K. Lane, XL D, phyikiaa and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, aoae and
throat, OSce over S aad 18 eemt store.
xsllBYYy mjEH as good as any end less in price
UNEED.kS and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers... 3
Three packages 20 C
AU former 20c pkgs.
TaU Pink 1
Salmon X ej W
fnnr ran for a w W
Octagon Soap, Ol n
three bars for. ... 5f X W
Export Soap, EEs
per dozen wy'
Cherry Bell Flour Cl
24. lb sack
Sauer's Self Rising C OA
24 lb sack.. Vl CtJ
Sauer's Self Rising Cl(r
19 IS arV UUw
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pourd of Ofl
trovl Tm. wvw
Senate Coffee, 7f
- twn nnnnria for. WW
three pounds for.
two cans for.
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle.
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle....
Reddick Peanut Butter
Evaporated Milk, (
' large, per dozen., V
small, per dozen ....
One dozen packages
Pint jars or
- per quart
Purina Feed far Cons, Chickens sad Horses. Free Delivery
i s a
WHITE STAC3 LOK
Negotiable Storage Receipts lasaed on Cot to. Aotoacbiisa, Eta.
LCuS DISTANCE l. j
MOVS, PACK, SHIP