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CIGALA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 6, 1921
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Ocala and Marion County Are Enter Enter-'
' Enter-' ing Upon Their Most Solidly
(Marion County Floridian)
v Are Ocala and Marion county on
the eve of a substantial boom The
evidence points that v. ay. The, out outstanding
standing outstanding exhibits pointing to a sub substantial
stantial substantial growth of :ity and county
are: an extensive revival of, the citrus
industry, an increase in the trucking
industry, highway and street con construction,
struction, construction, building eonsts-uction, an
expansion of the liiiie industry, de development
velopment development of dairying, breeding of
pure blooded hogs, more poultry rais raising,
ing, raising, and an increase in tourists and
A revival of the cilius fruit indus industry
try industry is taking plae in ;his county for
the reason that it ia. being realized
more and more that this county has
advantage?! over other sections for
citrus culture. A higher quality of
.fruit is produced here, it costs less to
produce it, it is ready for the market
earlier, is nearer the markets and the
county has an advantage in freight
rates. The number of new acre's in
citrus fruits planted this year and to
be planted in the immediate future
totals more than 130D. A grove de development
velopment development of 600,'acn;s is under way
about four miles out of Ocala, and a
grove of several hundred acres is be being
ing being developed on Lake Bryant in the
eastern part of the, county. New-
groves, are being set out near Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, around, Lr.ke Weir, at Cand Candler,
ler, Candler, Ocala, Sparr, Citra, Lowell, Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, Orange Springs and Mcintosh.
New packing houses have been built
and. others enlarged.' Several nurs nurseries
eries nurseries have been established.
. i Truck
?t is Estimated that around 10,000
acres will be planted in "truck crops
In this county this winter and next
spring. There. will be a big increase
ir? the plantings of tomatoes, -many
hundreds of' acres having already
been contracted for. The best quality
of tomatoes shipped out of Florida
last spring were from Marion county.
The Marion county tomato has 'excel 'excellent
lent 'excellent shipping qualities, and this crop
gives propiise of being the most im important
portant important truck crop of the V" county;
There will be large plantings of cab cab-.fcage,
.fcage, cab-.fcage, beans, cucumbers and water water-"melons,
"melons, water-"melons, and smaller acreages of pep-
: pers, squash, green com, lettuce, okra,
cantaloupes, English peas.'
Great National Highway J
The Pixie highway through the
county i3 to be built with state and
federal aid, and state road No, thru
this county will also be built Ocala
has bonded for an extension of street
-paving, and the bonds have been sold
and the Work is expected to start
.early in the new .year. A new road
h being built. from St. Johns church
r! Juliette, which will be a direct
route to Blue Springs and Dunnellon,
connecting with state road No. 5 near
Juliette." v :' V v ::"
Building is Brisk..-.
There has been much building con construction'
struction' construction' throughout the -county dur,-
nj the year, with propnise of an in
, crease, including churches restau
rants, garages, filling stations stores,
schools, warehouses, packing house
and bams. In Ocala alone the 'new
construction is figured at more than
$350,000. i f
v Limestone Center
Qcal is the genter,gf the lim,e and
limestone industry of Florida. The
year has seen an expansion of ; this
Industry and the future i promises
greater expansion. ., Large quantities
of limestone are being shipped out of
the county in the form,;-of commer
It is not
safe to wait
that suit or
pvercqat' prier at once.
Dofl?t let c5ld weather
patch you unprepared.
J, A. CHANDLER
ISO S. Main St, Upstairs
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" !'. A
Agreement Reached Today by Which
Peace and Prosperity May Settle
On the Long Troubled
London, Dec. 6. (By Associated
Press). A definite promise of alleg--iar.ee
to the empire by the Sinn Fein
ls'provided in the Irish peace terms,
the Central News states. The agree agreement,
ment, agreement, it says," is satisfactory to the
king in that it involves Ireland's asso association
ciation association with the empire.
ENSURING PEACEFUL, TERMS
The Evening Standard says the
government's proposals for Irish set settlement,
tlement, settlement, upon which the agreement
was reached this morning, provide for
?tn Irish free state, withdrawal of all
military forces from Ireland and
safeguards which 'will ensure peaceful
GONE TO JOIN "OLE
31 ASS A AND OLE MISSIS
Capitola, Fla., Dec. e.Aunt Ellen
Williams, said by persons who had
known her many years, to be 112
years of age, died at 'her home two
miles from here last week." GeorgeH
N. Footman said he had known her 47
years, and that she was living near
Centerville when he first saw her. She
nad been blind for the last few years
of her life. Mr. Footmansaid he did
not know to whom she had belonged
when a slave. Her husband died thirty
years ago. -She had no children of her
own but raised six orphans. ;
IS NOT ON THE flQG
, (Associated Press)
Tampa. Dec. 6.7 Intimations that
financial depression prevails in Hills
borough county are unfounded, ac
cording to the office of the countx
tax collector. On the lasVday of No November,
vember, November, collections,' exclusive jof the
two per cent, discounts, amounted to
$134,859.81," bringing the month's
business up to $417,553.47.
cial L lime, mineral" filler, ground rock
or agricultural purposes anq rees
road construction. The Lake Weir
Washed Sand Company, Ocala, has
opened a large deposit near Kendrick.
Marion county- limestone is being
manufactured into a beautiful build
ing stone and brick by a Jacksonville
concern, and it is probable that the
near future wil see the. mauuactu,re
of these products in this county. .Tfee
ime mines are located at Reddiek,
Zuber, Kendrick, ; Blowers Oakhunt
and Ocala, and there are deposits at
many other points.
-" Central Creamery
A stock company to be known, as
the Marion County Creamery Com Company,
pany, Company, is establishing a central cream-ery-in
Ocala, .with a view to develop
ing ftthe dairy industry of the courtyt
Newjviairy stocjk ia bein hrought
into the county and new. dairies are
to be established.
The breeding of pure blooded, hogs
has become an established industry Jin
the county, and. Marion county may
be said to be the greatest Poland
China hog county in the South. This
breed 4s the favorite here.
v What" has been declared by compe
tent authority; one
poultry, farms in the united Mates is
located in this cbunty-r the Wonder
"Poultry ; Farm, at Eastlake, A- larg
poultry farm, is being established near
Ocala, 'The Triangle Poultry Farm,;
at the junction of the Dunnellon and
Shady roads. There is the "Fairview
Foultry Farm" at.Beileview, and the
farm of J. W. Gardner; "near "Summej "Summej-fie'd.
fie'd. "Summej-fie'd. There has been an fee Yease
interest in poultry throughout" the,
county. More attention is being given
tc capon. .1
Tcur:s.s Come, Seven Months in he
-: -' Year v
The number of tourists visitinf
Ocala and other points--in -Marion
county is increasing eaeh1 year. This
se-son the motor tourists began ar
riving as early August, and with
the, tourist rates on the railroads in
eff ect October 1, and the special tour tourist
ist tourist trains in service earlier than usu
al. the railroads have brought visi
tc-rs into this section earner. 4 Tour Tourists
ists Tourists find hotel and -.bpajdinjf WuW
ratesand rental of rooms and apart apartments
ments apartments in Ocala and other points in
the county 'reasonable.
.: The largest andrroost beautiful line
of Christmas Cards ever;? shdwn in
Ocala.. .Make yean. -selection now.
Unless Marplots and Bitter-Enders
Interrupt, Permanent Peace May
join Great Britaim and
; ; London, Dec. 6. (By Associated
Press); England and Ireland awoke
today from a troubled sleep of de despondency
spondency despondency over the Irish situation to
learn the joyous news of the ; sensa sensational
tional sensational and wholly unexpected agree agreement
ment agreement reached between English and
Irish conferees in today's small hours.
Negotiations for a settlement were
considered yesterday to have definite definitely
ly definitely colapsed 'and the compromise
achieved after a night-long struggle
seems likely to' be chronicled as the
most momentous event in the history
of Anglo-Irish relations. While the
agreement must still be submitted to
Dail Eireann and British parliament
for, ratification, all quarters here to today
day today were .disposed to regard the out outlook
look outlook as of the brightest.,
THE "IRISH FREE STATE
Birmingham, England, Dee. 6. (By
Associated Press). Ireland hereafter
will be known officially as the Irish
Free State v under the agreement
reached at last night's London con conference,
ference, conference, it was announced by Lord
Chancellor Birkenhead in an address
here today. Outlining the general
terms of the agreement, the lord chan chancellor
cellor chancellor said: "We propose in the first
place, that within the area of southern
Ireland we shall make those,. who be-
yond all question within that area at :
this moment are entitled to speak for,
the overwhelming majority of the
masters in their ewn.
BOOME.D THE; MARKET
London, Dec.J5.T-Iews of the IristV
agreement was joyously received to today
day today in the stock exchange. Consols,
war loans and Irish stocks were ben
efited most from good investment j
buying but improvement spreal also
to other securities.
The many friends -pf Miss, Yr4a.
Proctor will he grt?v to lern of he? j
death, wMfh burred last night at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Robert
Shaw, at Pedro. Miss Proctor was
only 17 years of age. She leaves to
mourn her untimely death her mother,
two brothers, three sisters and ner
step-father, Mr.' Robert Shaw. The
funeral services will be held ftfe aft-, grave,' The following gentleman act act-fnoon
fnoon act-fnoon at :9 o'clock at the graye in ed as pall bearers: W. A. Knight. H.
Uxford eemetery, where interment
will be made. Sam R. Pyles & Com-'
1 t m ii
pany nave cnarge 01 me arrange-
ODD FELLOWS WILL EVEN; UP
All members of Tulula Lodge No.
22, I. O. O. F., who know when they
are well off had better be present ai
it il MY! Ml
the meeting, this evaning. There will
be work in the first degree, after
which the workers and workees.wiy
refresh themselves with an oyster.
; Cranef Statipnery, the absolteh?
nroDer eift. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A, E. GERIG. 5-6t
The 'CANDY St
. Will be Open in
g-SERVE sres '.'ft a
AU caniies made under approved -sanitaTy -conditions
and strictly pure,
THE PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU 11
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FER LOAD DELIEBEB ; O fl
m m. TODD "LUMBEn COJ
Corpses Charred Beyond Eacosnitkn
When Two Readies Traiss
Crashed in Qead-Oa
Philadelphia, Dec. 6 Twenty-three
victims of the head-on collision yes yesterday
terday yesterday between Philadelphia and
Reading passenger trainsnear. Bryn
Athyn Penn were accounted for
early today. With one or two excep exceptions,
tions, exceptions, however, definite identification
was impossible because of the charred
condition of the bodies. Nearly all
were taken from the wreckage of
two wooden coaches which caught fire
almost immediately after the accident
and were destroyed. A canvass of
the residents of Newton and South Southampton,
ampton, Southampton, two little towns where most
of the victims lived, showed several
persons known to have been, passeng passengers
ers passengers were still missing and it is feared
other bodies are buried in the wreck wreckage
age wreckage or were burned up. i
MEETING. OF BAPTISTS
TODAY IN MIAMI
Miami, Dec. 6. The Florida Bap Baptist
tist Baptist convention meets here today, to
continue for four days. Delegates
from throughout the state art expect expected
ed expected to be in attendance, representing
approximately thirty Baptist asiocia-
tions in Florida. Rev.; Claisde W.
Duke, D. 'D of Tampa, is president
of the convention, which represents
a membership of 71,000, Visiting
churchmen are heref rem New Or-
leans, Atlanta, Louisville and
MRSw PERRINE SUCCEEDS
HUSBAND A3 MAYOR
Valparaiso, Dec. 6. Mrs. J. D. Per-
rine has been chosen "without opposi
tion mayor of this place, succeeding
her husband who died recently, Mrs.
Perflne was electee! heeause shi was
familiar witK her husband's plans -for
.developing the town.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
MRS. E. a DUNCAN
The funeral of the late E. B. Dun-
wa8 held at 4:30 Sunday after-1
noon Rev C..W. White officiated at
the short service that Wai held at the
a. Waterman. H. B. Clarkson, W. W.
stripling, W. W. Harriss and Ji J.
Gerig. Interment was made ta Green-
'wrwvi wmeterv &nn and Sam R.
Pyles & Company had charge of the
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
One Ford roadster truck, will ba
- 3 1
sold cheap if sold, art once.
Motor Co. Pftpn.e ?&h.
This la a Studebaker yeari -f
; line of Christmas Cards. Nuff said.
i THE" SPECIALTY SHOP,, A. EL
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i n rl urn. tras m im
For Their Estimates in Next Year's)
Appropriations Until Dedaiona
Are Made by the Anns
Washington, Dec. 6. Preparation
of army and navy bills providing providing-funds
funds providing-funds for the fiscal year beginning beginning-next
next beginning-next July will be postponed until the
arms conference has threshed out the
armament question, Chairman Mad Madden,
den, Madden, of the House appropriation com com-mittee,
mittee, com-mittee, announced today.
HEN SON TO BE INVESTIGATED
Further charges of irregularity in
the conduet of liquor raids in Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, "filed by Senator Watson, of
Georgia, against General Prohibition
Agent Henson are to be investigated
Internal Revenue Commissioner Blair
TIP OF THE STATE TRIANGLE
Jacksonville, Dec. '6. The postofSca
in this city will be the center for all
matters pertaining to the postal serv service
ice service inv Florida according to instruc instructions
tions instructions received here from Washington.
Money order clearances, distribution
of postal supplies to. other points in
the state, auditing of all accounts,
making of all disbursements for the
postal service and the exercise of
supervision and inspection are includ included
ed included in the duties which will fall to the
local postof3ces all over, the country
which are designated as central ac accounting
counting accounting points for the postal service.
There is one accounting point for
each state except Texas and New
York, which have two. The local office
also will be the center for distribution
of the postoffice department's pro propaganda
paganda propaganda for the betterment of the
service and improvement of working;
conditions for employes.
LOS ANGELES TURNS
SAN DIEGO DOWN
i- (Associated Press)
Los. Angeles, Dec 6. -The Univer University
sity University of Southern- California, athletic
officials today reversed the decision
reached last night .and announced the
football team of that institution
would not play Centre College at San
Dieg December 26th
LOCATION ..AND PHONE NOTICE
-:.f n-f'i -. i .,
,.Dr.jF. E, McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phofte 113 rtwo ." rings; residence
phone 151. tl
Smokfe Don Rey, That good cigar.
Bring M your job work-.
, W. K. Ijine, M. D-, physician and
lurgeon, specialist eye. tar, nose and
throat. .OSce over 5 and 10 teat store
Ocala. Fla- Adr-tf
sTa 1 Studebaker. year,.
... There's no extra charge for clean cleaning,
ing, cleaning, your fish at the City Fish Market.
Ladies' new street and theatrical
footwear. Guarantee Clothing and
We have Society Brand's last word
in..clothineT Pay us a visit." Guaran
tee Clothing Shoe Company. 5-t
' SmoTce Don TRey.'That good cigar.
-A varied line of parlor sets now on
display here. They are serviceable,
np-to-the-minuia, and selling at very
reasonable prices. Let us show yon
the line? Theus Bros, The Funj'tUTa
Men. V S3-tf
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNLED
" To Whom It Mav 5oneern: This is
I to certify that I have this "day placed
i j in the city pound" the following de-
scribed animal, wmcn nas Deea
found running at large within the
corporate limits" of the city of Ocila,
contrary to tbo ordinances' of ald
city: One bnndle bull yearling, no
owners thereof, or fhetr
asentt, and all whom it may concern,
art.hrcbY."mti2ed that if the animal
V claimed s and all expenses el
taking-?. impounding thereof are
paid within three, days from data
hereof, -to-wit: On the 9th day of
Dcenir, 1021, 1 will eeH the same to
the. highest and best bidder, said sale
t take place between the hours of 11
ja. m. and 3 p. pu on said day at tlse
cfty- pound In Ocala, Florida,.
' I 'k';" -Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
I'eople el Peusacola DeUfEur&l to
Have an Election ia SpiU of R R-fesal
fesal R-fesal to Their PeUUon
Tallahassee, Dec. 6- Argument in
the suit for mandamus brought by
certain citizens of Pensacola to force
the city commissioners to call an elec election
tion election to determine whether Pensacola
should continue to be governed by a
commission was on today's calendar
of the state supreme court. A peti petition
tion petition asking the commissioners to call
such an election was filed twoyears
ago and failure of the commission to
act resulted in the mandamus v suit
which has h in the courts since
PAYING HONORS DUE
TO A GOOD OFFICER
Miami, Dec. 6. The. department f
public safety has announced that it
will defray the expense for the funer funeral
al funeral of Patrolman R. R. Marler, killed
accidentally last week by a reputy
sheriff while in the performance of
his duty, and that the name of 'the
officer would be carried on the payroll
of the police department indefinitely
in order that his widow might receive
the pay he would have drawn. Marler
and the deputy were members of a
posse searching for a negro and in
the darkness the deputy, mistaking
the officer for the fugitive, fired upon
BY AN OLD ENEMY
(Associattd Press) x.
St." Petersburg, Dec. 6. Roxie Cas-
oletto, better known as Roxie Brown,
of this city, mysteriously shot to death
in a hotel in Orlando last week, for
fourteen ye.rs was an attache of the
talian secret service, according to his,
fathar4n-law, W. M. Winters, of
Syracuse, N. Y who declares that
Casoletto was robbed after the mur
Casoletto realized that his life was
in-danger, Mr. Winters sa'id, and told
his wife three months ago that he
might be killed at any time as the
business in which he was -engaged
was dangerous. Winters declared
Casoletto had his wife made a free
agent" and deeded to her valuable
property In this city so there would
be no complications and no claims
upon his estate in the event of his
Winters aald Casoletto went to Or-
ando to purchase poultry and had
$650 and -a gold watch in his pockets
and that the money and watch were
missing after he was killed.
REGISTERED AT THE
BOARD OF TRADE
All tourists are urged to register
at the Board of Trade. The Board of
Trade welcomes the opportunity t
give information concerning the city
and county and other sections of the
state; a list of rooms and light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping apartments is on file, and by
registering- visitors have a chance of
getting in .touch with others from
their own states.
Following is a list of recent regis
George M. Sheler, Lynchburg, Va.;
Ray Martin, Aberdeen, S. D.; Dr. IL
If. Briggs, Asheville, N. C; George
W. Taylor, Canton, Ohio; J. P. Taber,
Worchester. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Blocher, Mt. Vernon, Ohio;
Kilmer WUon Winnipeg, Canada;
G. W. Taylor, Superior, Wis, L. O
Martin, West McIIenry, I1L; Mr. awl
Mrs. Walter Wallace, Denniaon, Tex.;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Davis, Zanesville,
HIGn CLASS COLORED
Elocutionary -and violin recital by
the talented colored woman, Florida
L .DesVemey, assisted by some f
the best local talent of the city and
state, at Zion J. f). church, corner of
Adam and N- Fowl streets, onJFTed onJFTed-ner.dsy
ner.dsy onJFTed-ner.dsy aight, Dee. 7, at 8 p. m. This
will be a splendid literary and music musical
al musical treat for all who attend. The en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will be in the interest of
the colored delinquent home, located
here, and Zion M. E. church. We espe especially
cially especially solicit the patronage of whit
friends- Seats will be proviid for
tf-em. No admission Vt liberal
silver offering wJ lb solicited.
5-2t Fvc,v A. Emsianufcl, Past'jr
Odd rockers for the kem ns.e
fmost desirable holiy gifts, and we
tk .aa aa a.A w. A 4 1 f
nave a .r5iui um 1
prices- Lock them over. TUus Bro,
As to the Achievements of the Arcs
Conferc.ee, and Recommends
Wise Measares for the
. Years Just Ahead
Washington, Dec 6. President
Harding informed Congress today, in
his first annual' message, that "The
most gratifying world accomplish accomplishment"
ment" accomplishment" by the arms conference is not
The message was delivered by the
president in person, and in the pres presence
ence presence of the delegates to the arms con
ference andmost cf the diplomats
regularly stationed in Washington. It
recommended the early enactment of
a permanent tariff and fnrplcm Aoht
refunding bills, it suggested the con
sideration of an amendment to the
constitution to end the issue of non nontaxable
taxable nontaxable bonds. Mr. Hardifcg said'it
was his purpose to present a plan for
a merchant marine which contem contemplated
plated contemplated no greater draft on the public
treasury. He suggested encourage encouragement
ment encouragement for co-operative marketing pro programs
grams programs as a means of assisting in the
relief of present agricultural condi
tions.' He told Congress it should
give earnest attention to a general
policy of transportation of distributed
industry .and highway construction,
encourage the spread of population
and restore the proper balance be between
tween between city and country. He also'rec-
commended the plans of the conference
for common counsel, mediation, arbi arbitration
tration arbitration and judicial determination in
controversies between capital and la labor.
bor. labor. ANOTHER OLD SOLDIER
HAS CROSSED OVER
Winter Garden, Fla., Dec. G. An
other officer of th3 Confederate array,
Major Jesse M. Sims, 81 years old,
died here last week after a brief ill illness.
ness. illness. Major Sims enlisted in the
Southern army as a private and had
risen to the rank of major when ih&
BARFIELD'S RIFLE BALL
Perrine, Fla., Dec. 6.-N. L. Barfield
on November 30 celebrated here the
57th anniversary of the receipt of a
rifile ball in his skull during the bat battle
tle battle of Franklin, Term., Nov. 30, 18 Ct,
which he still carriers in his head.
The dining table at the Barfield home,
around which were gathered several
of his children and grandchildren,
bore in the center a large cake with
the date '1864'' on it in icing. In the
center of the cake was a small flag
with the inscription "Fracklin, Tenn.,
4 p.m., Nov. 30."
DELAND HAS A FIRST-CLASS
AUTO TOURIST CAMP
DeLand, Dec. 6. De Land's camp
site for automobile tourists of the
"tin can" variety is the most 'sani
tary in Florida,aecording to a notice
received by the municipal authorities
from George W. Simmons Jr., chief
sanitary officer of the state board of
health, who recently inspected it. A
small charge to defray the expense
of its upkeep is assessed against the
campers and the venture hai proved
to be profitable, receipts during a re
cent week amoutning to ?C0 against
an outlay of only a few dollars for
The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnaily-s, that elegant
new package at 2o, at Ceng's
Drug Store. 5-tf
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street
ket. Phone ICS. 6-tf
Symphony Jawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.
Choice live poultry is 'always one cf
oyr leaders. Phone us, 103,
Street Jlarket. 6-tf
. A wonderful assortment of VclLani
Books for the children, dainty gift
books for the adult friend. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. GEF.IG. Ct
LOST Brown cameo. Suitable re reward
ward reward for. its return to the Gift
. Shop, Harrington Halal corner. f,-Zi
Day Phone 47. Nijht Phone 515
CEORGi: llacKAY & CO.
FcKer&l Lifctors. Umbzlmers
G. B. Overton,
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D-isltlon 25 per cent additional. Katet
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Readiae Natleewt Five cents -per line
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for 'each subsequent Insertion. One
Change a week allowed on readers with
out extra composition cnarges.
l'gal advertisement at legal rates
Please note that a successful well
digger never begins at the bottom.
Tampa and Orlando are not alone
in the low quality of their juries.' San
Francisco is with them strong.
'V t. V;. .-:..-
Election a week from today. Say,
do'nt you think some of the faithful
workers on the council deserve a rest ?
The daze until Christmas is short
ening.- Orlando Sentinel.
But it will be far into January be
fere it U clearing.
It's an ill election that blows no
body good. Just see the'good work
that is being done for those pamper
ed .plutocrats on Okiiawaha avenue.
Hie schooners that 'crossed the
bar have followed the schooners that
crossed the prairies, and all the pro pro-Germans
Germans pro-Germans in America can't, bring them
back from oblivion.
You may talk about a Chinaman
and 'chopsticks, but we have seen
some Americans who could juggle
hard boiled peas on, a knjfe blade' in
a way that would make a heathen
-Now come'$he ediitor of the Jack
- sonville Metropolis and says he too
' was 1 invited to criticise Mr. Ince's
movies: Unnecessary information
When we received a questionnaire, we
just naturally knew all the other
great minds in the country had been
A two-by-four editor r in a hick
Tennessee town is lambasting Flor Florida
ida Florida in his columns. Shame on Flor
ida' editors for wasting their space in
reply! Jacksonville Metropolis.
Correct. Such writers wouldn't be
heard of if the Florida papers treated
theni with silent contempt.
. i. .-i m.m
As Trill be seen by -the report of
their ,: proceedings elsewhere, the
Woman's Club denounces the iOcala
tourist camp, which tho' well situat
ed 'the ity government has allowed to
.deteriorate The, ladies should tackle
the council tonight. Now is the psy-:
etiological moment. ;: Election -next
fcreek ,. .... t
The Orlando Sentinel says: "Colum-'
busGa.; has voted for a commission-
manager form of city government by
an-overwhelming majority. It is no
ticeable that cities, large and small,
are. giving the city-manager plan the
attention which it merits. Columbus,
Ga., has a population of 31,125, or is
Jhree: times as large as Orlando."
A- B. Codrington, advertising man-;
ger the "Albany-Decatur (Ala,)
"Daily, and brother of the late Chris
O. Codrington, publisher of the De De-Ijind
Ijind De-Ijind Daily News, ha.s, resigned his
position with the Alabama newspaper
nd come to DeLand t join the busi business
ness business staff of the Newis. We rem em em-her'Arthur
her'Arthur em-her'Arthur as a mighty fine boy. The
1ress of the state should give him a
-iteming, -in tne .opinion oi a
jKansas editor, "can make a. man feel
more foolish than to carry his wife's
trmferella, the one with the big white
ring in the handle." Oh, we dunno.
To emerge into the l:rightly-lighted
thoroughfare from a darkened picture
stow and discover he hag somebody
else's wife by the arm lias at least got
It tied. Macon Telegraph.
Sometimes its a plensant change.
Times-Union says Americans in the
Philippines ire carpetbaggers. Now
,a.h,-l Forfeight years, up to
a few months ua-o, the Philippines had
a democratic governor general, lots
of. the oSee holders were democrats
and not s few 'of them southern dem democrats.
ocrats. democrats. Why, some of them went from
this county or "its next door neigh neigh-tors,
tors, neigh-tors, and if they are carpet baggers
as folks over this way raised thera
up wrong.. The T.-U. sshould soak its
We. have just received the DeLand
'News of Nov. 25, "f oimd in a sup sup-posedly
posedly sup-posedly empty equipment at- Sears
41 1st ion, Philadelphia." Monday morn-
ing, we received th-V Orlando Reporter- j
Star, of- the last three days of fast
week. Two or three weeks ago, we
did not receive tor a week Associated
Press advance' letters from Chicago.
Then one day four or five canae in one
mail, the youngest of them six days
old. Such is life' yi a postofSce., If
Will JFIayes marines will be so oblig obliging
ing obliging as to occasionally insert about an
inch of bayonet into the nearest mail
clerk, they might improve the service
as well as disapprove bandits.
BLUE MONDAY WAS BRIGHT
The u?ual indigo tint of Monday
X i ? t v i i 1 1
was tamsneci: Dy me greenuacivs,
checks and cola that came in steadily
to help grow that Christmas tree for
the industrial school.
It's, true that. I had a.little niisun-
erstanding with the linotype ma
chine, which set up, "orange growers
when I wrote "orange groves," there
by spoiling my joke for the day. But
t was a rotten joke anyhow, and not
difficult to spoil.
While I was in the M. & C. Bank,
putting Sunday's produce m cold
storage, m came C. E.' Winston, who
is a helper from Helpville, and with
out any unnecessary explanation slid
me a greenback. "Right after him
was one of those princes of good fel fellows,
lows, fellows, C. C. Bennett, who drew him a
cheeW and when I asked him to put
another dollar on it to hang on the
tree complied .'as cheerfully as tho'
the- shekel was going to be shoved in
his own sock.
. I went into the Ocala National, to
cash Dr. Collins' check', and there in
the -directors' room sat two solid citi
zens, who as I nassed, nagged -me
down, each with a dollar bill. They
said the contribution was to be listed
under the head of "Two Friends," and
2 I cohld catch a Cuban with a loose
dollar, 1 could make it "The -Three
Friends." Some friend of Cuba Libre
please apply. ?..''- ;
Some time later J saw John Taylor
ar.d remmdedhim that he usually
gave me a dollar about this time of
year, and from the rapidity with
which he n.assed it over I think he
must have had it filed atvay for me.
I saw Bob Adams coming up the
street and I know I had another d.ol
lar. When I want money for a good
cause I always apply to Bob and he
never ails me.
Passing Rheinar.eYs, I suddenly
found. myself captured by .Ben Rhein
auer, who held me with one hand and
give me a dollar with the other, and
said if I; lagged on the home stretch
The afternoon mail brought two let
ters.' One, from Leesburg, was ;f rom
Harry Cole, and said :
"Dear Mr Ben: I read your appeal
in Saturday's Star,, in regard to the
Christmas tree for the girls' school,
and think you have started a good
move. I am enclosing my check for
one dollar j.Vish: I, was able to make
ita great' deal-more, for there is. niT
one .who knows any better thanl howj
they will; appreciate something on
Christmas other 'than what the state
gives them. J fpent one Christmas at
the .boys' school at Marianna, while
Dr. McClane was there, and. took part
iij a Christmas tree celebration there,
The ether letter was from Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. .There was a word in it ex ex-cent
cent ex-cent the name MC. A. Tremere," but
.that-was signed to a check, and w
very, expressive., l
. Meandering around late -in the aft
erneon.J met Dr. J.-E Chace, who had
just rebuilt, a tooth for a wealthy
person and contributed the $2.50
gathered from they operation to; hejp
Niy; .fruit ,f or i the,- Christmas tree,
Ed Tucker cut down the profit on a
Ford by one peso. Ed is another of
the old standbys who never fail their
As the shades, of evening fell, i
temporarily ceased from labor and
went to the homelike Colonial .for re
freshment. And there J met that
shrewd lawyer,: W. K. Zewadski, who
being loved by his children and grand
children in turn loves all other chiL-
dren, and he slipped me a'shinplaster.
Now, Z is the last letter in the alpha alpha-jet,
jet, alpha-jet, and I thought perhaps Zee's con
tribution would be the last" for the
day. But going : to the Castle Hall,
there to help my brother ,K's. of P,
hold a meeting, I was caught between
Knights C. P. Howell and W. W,
Stripling, and they made me glad
twice. ... .... .-...'! i :
Then. it was time to seek' my den,
but first I dallied a few : minutes at
the Court Pharmacy, where every
body goes at least once a day. And
Ciarence R. Blark, that clever andjplain and gold mounted at Cefig
ia-Ms, -yyj "tl
in.nave w?n on mem, ureyr on ms
bank account' for one bone. An
Holmes Walters end Carlisle Izlar
ttose two-wide-hearted young men,
each put a chip in the pot. And this
bi-ing the end of a perfect day I
; tight my dugout.
Truly the industrial school has
friends. 1 have for it forty-three dol
lars and fifty-seven more will enable
me to climb over the top. Here's
hoping to see you. jhb.
Dinner 12 to' 2, 60 cents; speciaf
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West s:de of
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE-
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.. j
Guaranteed f i e.h meats and prompt J
iTelivery to all parts of the city cora-i
bine to keep our' patrons well pleased, j
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone
FOR MR. HARRIS
Oh, what glory does this world put on
For him who with a fervor goes forth
Under the bright and glorious sky.
And looks on duties well performed
and days well spent.
Mr. Frank Harris 'celebrated his
seventy-fifth birthday Saturday. Mrs.
Harvey Clark, his youngest daughter,
in honor of the event entertained her
father and several of his intimate
fnend3 at a beautifully appointed
dinner, Saturday night, at her home
on Tuscawilla street. As the guests
re ushered into the dining room
they located their places at the table
by means of pretty autumn leaf place
cards, appropriate for the holiday sea
son and symbolic of life's passing
years. I ne snowy hnen and gleam
ing silver formed a most hospitable
background for this circle of friends.
The centerpiece was an attractive
birthday cake shaped to represent a
basket, in" the center of which was an
iced horseshoe, symbolic of luck. The
whole was prettily pictured in a glass
reflector, twined about with 1 dainty
asparagus fern, and was surrounded
by seventy-five little candles, one for
each of the sevejity-five years of the
honoree that have been so fully lived.
From the chandelier "were four
streamers of tulle, two white and two
pink ones,, attached to the four cor
ners of the table, the pink streamers
being fastened to the table with white
narcissus arid the white ones ""with
After a. delicious and appetizing
menu the guests lingering long rem
iniscensing about the good old days
gone by.$ Those present were Messrs.
T. H. Harris, eldest son of the honor
guest, Harvey Clark, his son-in-law,
Brantley A. Weathers, Richard Mc-
Conathy, Clarence Camp, Alfred
Ayer, R. L. Anderson and T. T. Mun
The day proved a very pleasant
one to "Mr. Harris, his many friends
showering him with cards and mes messages
sages messages of gpp4 luck and sincere wishes
for. many, many more years of health
ELECTION AND INITIATION
BY THE OCALA K. OF P.
Monday night the nights pf.Py
thias met in large number at their
Castle Hall, tP elect officers for the
next-term and. impress the lessons pf
the rajik of page on a large class. The
officers elected were as fpllows:
tW. JEVPedrick, C- C.
I.' U. Forbes, V. G,
G. H. Howell, P. -,
; W. A. Stroud, M. of W.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. and S. -.,W,
W, Uilea, M. of F.
James Gilmore, of Ex.
R. R. Newman, M. of A,
f: R. M. Priest, I. G;
J. S. J'fixson, O. G.
. ; H. B. Baxter, trustee.
f Delegates to "the G rand Ledger ff.
W. Rijeg, Tom Prpctpr, G, iC. Sage.
AJternates, J. R. Punn, Mc. par
ker. V.,..-. f
The foregoing officers will jbe in
stalled Monday night, Jan. 2.
The following young men, after du
instruction, were admitted to the rank
of ; page i G..K, Jurner, B. M. Mc
Kinney, E. C. Stanaland, W. A- vEurr,
Nelson A. bosh, Jack E. Willlami,
M. Jacksp, Q. J. Enzian.
About thirty knights, iijiclpding the
degree tam, are .bpoked to go, Tfrurf,-
day evening, t jLeegburg, to help
confer rankg on a class for the lodge
at that place. All who are going
must be at .the lodge room by or be
fore five o'clock:
PJanJ ; now "and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
igs, chickens, etc. For plants and
larticualrs see F. W. Diitto, Ocala
On Pyralin Ivory, celluloid, also goW
ana silver, jrompt services.
5-12t The Ocaia Jewelers.
What would make a more suitable
holiday gift to the wife than one pr
more of the pretty rugs we are $how
ing this feaspn? The reasonahie
prices will surprise you. -Call and
see them, Theug Brothers, The Fur
niture Men. 30-tf
Waterman's Ideal Fountftin Pens,
Drug Store. ; 6-tf
Your favorite odor; of perfumery
caa be had in the famous French Fla
conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
3ecau cleansing with
neutral acap pmc frtf
quent application af
suppremanted by spong sponging
ing sponging with Phantom Pow Powder
der Powder does leave the skin
eft. smooth, and white.
LOST Saturday, female pointer pup puppy,
py, puppy, about three rconths old. Notify
Howard Clark at the OK! Teapot
LOST Last flight,1 a plain gold bar
Tin, somewhere on Oklawaha in
the 300 or 400 block. The finder
will please return to -the, Star office
and recefve reward? -;6-3t
WANTED A good standard type
writer.; Must be. in good condition.
If reasonable, will pay cash,! X. Y.
care! Star; ; ; ; U 616t
WANTED At once, a job of some
kind. Had six months' experience in
4 grocery store, also a Ford mechanic
Good reference." State J salary. Ad Address
dress Address Wi C. Hill, Anthony, Fla. 5-9t
FOR RENT Close uV rooms fur
nished or unfurnished. Inguire at
Singer office, corner Magnolia and
Fort King. 5-6t ;
FOR RENT Furnished bed room,
- either Oe or two beds. Apply to
t 1106 S. Orange St. or phone 169. 3t
FOR.SALE A Ford light truck with
ttols; good running order $150
ash. F. E. Akin, 716 Alvarez St,
near high school.
FOR SALE Cut down Ford with
' wire wheels and extra wheel; : in
first class condition. Can be seen
at Dixie Highway Garage. l-t
FOR SALE Cabbage, onion and let-
. tuce plants. H.- P. Bitting. 3-6t
X-MAS CAKES, ETC. Orders taken
for cakes of air kinds; also raisin
and nut bread. Give your orders
now for your Xmas fruit cake.
Mrs. L. "W Ponder, phone 461 or
:?239; -Y ,'"!' 3-6t
FOR SALE A piano, also second secondhand
hand secondhand furniture bought and sold.
Eagle. Furniture Co., Ill South
' Magnolia street. : S0-6t
WOOD AND ORANGES A nice lot
of oak and pine wood in stove and
-! fireplace size $5.50 per cord of
'"'threfc strands or $2 per strand. Also
- have a nice lot of oranges at $l'per
' hundred or $2.50 a packed box. W.
D. Carnl ohohe 191. : 30-tf
FOR SALEr-Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, $250.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
, ,; ,... : 26-tf
WOPDrCpf drfey an- deliver you 14
and 15-inch wood, seasoned oak,
split teady for the 'stove, at $8.50
' per cord. Or four-foot wood at $4
a cord. .L. E. .Cordrey, phone 434,
city.. ; 12-3-tf
FOR S ALEFord worm drive truck
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Comp'any. 24-tf
FOR' BENTUnf urnished rooms,
Apply 120 N." Sapchezl 28-tf
FQR- SALEFiorida Surehead cab cab-bgge
bgge cab-bgge and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25" cents per fiundred, $2 per thou
sand, f: p.'h- Ocala. C J. Coongp,
;T 746 ; Wyomina : gtret, phone 889,
Ocala, Ela. ; X6-tf
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
Machme f5?ev No. 2 Fort King
I Ave. Mail orders returned same day
' as received. : .28-tf-
MULESr Jep : pa jr four year "old
.matched mules,, 5rll, weigi 1100
pounds when grpwn; sound; price
three hundred nd fifty to four hun hun-"...
"... hun-"... dred and fifty a pajr, Anthony
f. Farms, Anthony, Fla. "'-, 28-tf
SHOE REPAIRING Why discard
your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical 1 purposes ?
Work neatly executed on short no-
tiie, pnly best material used- A.
B.' Haisell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Ave-nue.
nue. Ave-nue. ll-8-J.m
FOR SALE-r-Ju?t"eceived a carload
of cedar 'j?js3ts,' large arid small.
Apply to Ray & Thomyon yard? old
Converse lot at A. C, L, depot. "iS-tf
FOR SAE Two cut down Fofds,
cheap -for -cash. -Appta to J. .F.
W8er, phflhe 237 -30-6 ". "!
FOR SALE--Excellent retail businesi
in Ocala; stock will inventory about
$9000; fixtures approximately $5D0.
Good cash business.. Terms half
cash, balance in one, two and.three
years, pwner ants to-enter an another
other another Jine.- Pppks will be shown to
anyone meaning business to prove
that it if ft money maker. Addresi
"Opportunity' care Star, Ocala,
FOR SALF Six room modern house;
Jj'ghts, bath and. sewer connection;
on nice lot close in for less than
cost of building. Addrefs, "Bar "Bargain,"
gain," "Bargain," care Star. 12-2-12t
EAT AT THE JLAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents'.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 Nv Main street. ; tf
On Pyralin Ivory,, celluloid, also gold
and silver. Prompt service. .-
5-12t .The Ocala Jewelers.
Your friends can buy any gift you
can .give them, except your photo-i
graph? Make "ih appointment -early
at Revel's Studio, over the. Guarantee
Clothing and Shoe Store. 1-Ct
MEETING OF PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
The regular meeting of the Parent-
Teachers' Association will be held
Thursday, Dec. 8th, at 4:15, in the
h:gh school study hall. ..The ,follow ,follow-irg
irg ,follow-irg is the program for the afternoon:
Christmas carols, pupils from the
Educational news notes, members
of the association. Each member of
the association present will be asked
to give some item of news in regard
t' educational plans or achievement.
Reading, "The Two Paths," Mrs.
Harold. Mrs. C. E. Winston, Sec'y.
Irvine, Dec. 5. Mr.. Smith and
children of Mcintosh were Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday callers.
Mr. W. W. Waits of Gainesville,
was -down Thursday attending to bus business.
iness. business. Mrs. F. E. Fant and Mrs. Dollie
Blitch and Mrs." Grason of Biitchton,
were guests of Dr. Davis and family
: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards of
Ocala, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
L. K. Edwards Thursday.
Mr. W. T. Stokes of Fairfield, was
a Friday visitor.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. Sue
Mclver, Miss Mamie Fant and Mrs.
F. G. B. Weihe of Ocala, spent Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon with Dr. and Mrs. V.
B. Potts of Fellowship.
Miss Pauline Collins of Ocala, is
spending a while with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Collins.
; Mr. Osteen of Fairfield, was a .Sat .Saturday
urday .Saturday caller, f
Mrs. L. K. Edwards has been very
sick,. but we are glad to ; say she is
3Ir. Roscoe Mathews and family of
Flemington, were Sunday callers.
Messrs, Airing and Goree Blitch of
Biitchton were guests of : Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. Blitch Sunday.
T will have in my office during the
entire month of December 1921, a spe special
cial special deputy to render information and
assist in filling out automobile license
applications. This service will be
free to the people of this county and
will be rendered for the, month of De-i
comber only, r Anyone desiring infor-;
mation on the above is invited to call.5
. T. p. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court- ;
Ocala. Florida. T ll-22-4t-tue
Flacortettes ig the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
fs prove it. Cotfrt Pharmacy. 16-6t
' -Am!::: is-.: -v: :
666 is a prescriplion for Colds,
Fever aiil LaGrippe. It's tli
most speedy reutedy we know.
VVVV VV V V
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, n?,.. M.i:TT7rrr
' We$arin0 Ar,pri?el
..; 0 MALE PMC
$25.00 Suits for
$27 50 Coats for
!p35;00 Drgsss for
$40.00 Coats or Suits
Everything in the
-4 tJtmfV- m
St if y
: Tires, Tubes "an"d A ccces ories
Philadelphfa Diamond Grid Batleries
!ee Our Used
North Side ol Post Oillce
. MEATS qng QHQCfflES,
Star Ads are Business
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ust at the season when you most need
ciothes. An unfestricted 'clearance of
every suit, coat and wool dress in our
entire stock at prices that will keenr
absurdly low in" February.
Wearing Apparel lines at
from Marked Price
" The Fashion Center
SETS THE PACE
Good To Eat
FRUITS hi VEGETABLES
Builders., Phone 51
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OCALA EVEN1KG STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1921
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Don't try to save money buying cheap or .big-can
Baking Powders. You can'rMo it. You'll throw out more
in spoiled bakings than you save on price of the powder. And don'f
think that old siryle high priced powders are best because they cost
pipsU They are not.
Afi n nnnr-f3 baking-..
L-V3KdJuJU Lz3 U POWDER
has proved in millions of
the hest baking powder, ever
7 T fc.""1
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A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 02. Some
feaHingppwders come fn 12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz.
cans. Be sure vou fret a nound when von want if!
7n This Sale
Practically All Sizes
Bi;ick. Brown, Patent v-.ith
Kii nnd Satin Tops
" High Heel.
Blfick and Brown with Low
Heel. Go d Shf.es for School.
Values form $8.00
B ai k Kid and Patents,
Cloth Top. Size 1 to 4,
. i I 3
bake-day tests that it is
made that's why it is'the
LJ U J
mgest seeing Dasmg powaer in ine woria io
day: No other .baking powder makes such tempt-,
igly good tender, wholesome bakings. No bak-.
ing powder pf anywhere near the same' quality
is sold at such a low price.
You use less of Calumet becauseit is
the highest gradelaaking powder. One teaspoon-
f ul is equal to two teaspoouf uls of many other brands.
And there is no "luck' about it when
you use Calumet. No loss. It is absolutely sure,
It is the most economical of alL Millions of
housewives u$e it-rand so do leading domes
tic' science teachers and cooking experts, ...
save when you buy it
save when you use it.
" '. HIGHEST SSBES
r .. -Ljis, .j r'. t x ... f
Z .r:-- -.,-.V
, -'. 4ts.-c c
N the hfart of the city', with
emming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
. -ROKKRT M MEYER,
J'. EL KAVANAUGH,
BRIDGE PARTY FOR MRS. LEIGH poinsettias and ferns. The tables
; ; : I with their snowy linen, Ehining silver
Mrs. Sam Leigh was ags in the hon- j and vases of poinsettia were artis artis-oree
oree artis-oree at a lovely bridge fiarty given tically arranged ia the auditorium of
in her honor yesterday afternoon, f the club house. The food was com-
Mrs. Paul Theus entertaining three
tables at auction at her home on East
Third street. As the guest arrived
they were met by their hostess and
Mi s. Leigh. :
The punch table was placed in the
hall and was prettily decorated for
the occasion. Mrs. E. L. Cairney served
punch during the afternoon. Mrs.
Theus was also assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Stein.
The rooms in which the tables were
placed were appropriately trimmed
with winter greens, Christmas holly,
poinsettias and red roses.- The guests
found their places by means of tally
cards decorated with red roses. After
an interesting afternoon-s Dent in
playing auction, the scorcts were rol rol-lected,
lected, rol-lected, the highest being made by
Mrs. E. G. Peek, who was presented
with a hand painted bridge pad. Mrs.
Trantham was given a pretty hand handmade
made handmade handkerchief as the booby. The
hostess. presented Mrs. Leigh with a
box of correspondence cards as a
remembrance of the occasion.
A salad course with coffee and fruit
cake and candy -was senred at the
conclusion of the games.
. The guests of the afternoon includ included
ed included Mrs. Leigh, Mrs. B. F, Condon,
Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs.! Anna Hol
der, Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs. Paul Sim
mons, Mrs Leverett Futch, Mrs. J.
Harry Walters, Mrs. E. L. Carney,
Mrs. J, D. Robertson, Mrs. E. G. Peek
and Miss" Musie Bullock. .Mrs. T. W.
Troxler, Mrs. Carson Lpe,.Mrs. Hart Hart-zog,
zog, Hart-zog, Miss Rizer, Miss Green and Miss
Neely were asked to join the players
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
.. (M. M. M.)
Saturday afternoon the Ocala
Woman's Club had a very lively busi business
ness business meeting. Mrs. J. Walter Hood,
president of the elub presided and
called for the reports of the various
committees. Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
chairman of the health committee,
brought up the matter of the tourist
camp. The camp in its present con condition
dition condition is unsanitary, unsightly and a
disgrace to the community. After
considerable discussion in regard to
our tourist camp and tourist camps
in general, Mrs. Hood appointed a
committee to take the matter up with
the city council with a view to either
abolishing the camp altogether or
making it sanitary,
The importance feature of the
meeting was the question of whether
the club would change the meeting
day from Saturday to Tuesday. This
question was discussed from many
angles and the resolution which was
to -have been voted upon in tnis con connection
nection connection was finally withdrawn. How
ever a motion was made, that this
subject be duly considered antj votgd
upon at the general ejection in April
Mrs. B. F. Condon gave a very in interesting
teresting interesting report of the social,, side of
the convention held in Gainesville.
The business the convention was
repotredby Mrs. W. T. Gary and the
club received much valuable informa information
tion information and inspiratioin from Mrs. Gary's
A very delightful musical proogram
in charge of Mias Byrd-Wartmann,
chairman of music for December, was
given by Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee
and Miss Olive Whaley. Miss Wether Wetherbee
bee Wetherbee played Chopin's "Deux Polonaise"
and Miss Whaley. Ryben.steifi's. Ka-mennpliPstrpw-'
These piano solos
were very beautifully executed by
the young ladies and were enthusias
tically received by the audience.
The club has seyeraj jipendid op
portunities to offer its members this
year, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, chair chairman
man chairman of literature, has. arranged, a
cour?.prj "Modern, Dramatists," pub
lished by the UniYersity of North
Caroling especially for use in worn
an's clubs. Mrs. Helvenston also has
a class in French to offer. Mrs.
Woods, the charming little French
bride, has agreed to teach French if
rs.' Geo. W. Martin, chairman of
the aft committee, also has some fine.
plans. Mrs. Martin will arrange a
class in oil painting, ebina painting
or water colors zr a class in ail
three, if a sufficient number tf mem
bers wish for these classes,
A physical culture ass under the
direction of Miss Eastman will alsc
be added to the year's work. MJsz
Margaret Taylor wl have charge of
3 1 s .i ..
' Miss Taylor spoke durin.l the. meet
ing in regar takng tbe appoint
ment of te superintendent of educa
tion out of politics and having ability
and fitness for 'position count and
thus, help to raise the standard, of
education in Florida, liss Taylor
also made plea for a diitrict nurse
and a physical training director for
the school children.
Mrs. Philip G. Murphy gave the
club an account of the plans which
te club through it? postal, card tour
ist committee, had made tor trie en
tertainment of the ladies and Boy
Scouts during their stay in Ocala.
Through a very unfortunate misun
derstanding, the tourist did not ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala until 4:17 p. m.when
they were to arrive at 1:20 p. m.
However, had they arrived, the club
was prepared tp entertain them at a
very attractive buffet lunch consist consisting
ing consisting of chicken salad, didnty sand
wiches, olives, cranberry sherbet, cof coffee,
fee, coffee, home made make and nuts. The
club house presented a very charm charming
ing charming aspect, profusely decorated with
pletely prepared, even the coffee ready
tc pour, when the telegram announc announcing
ing announcing that the guests would .'not arrive
was hande4to the committee.
A short and informal program had
also been planned to take place dur during
ing during the luncheon. A few words of
greeting and welcome were to be said
by Mayor Anderson, Mrs. J. Walter
Hood, president of the club, and Mrs.
William Hoocker, chairman of the
house committee. Mrs. H. M. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton had kindly consented to lead the
members of the party in unison in
singing "Florida, Jly Florida" and
"The Suwanee River." At the conclus conclusion,
ion, conclusion, Mr. L. H. Chazal was to tell them
the plans which Ocala had made for
their pleasure After the luncheon,
members of the Woman's Club wa3 to
motor the party to Silver Springs,
where they would be the guests of the
Boar dof Trade on a trip in the glass glass-bottom
bottom glass-bottom boats. From there, the club
committee was tov take them to the
Ocala Country Club, where Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp very hospitably
entertained them at a delightful tea.
The duties of the-Woman's Club as
Jiostess vere to ond when the guests
w.re taken to the Harrington Hall ho hotel
tel hotel to rest until ihe Rotary Club be be-fjan
fjan be-fjan their part of the day's entertain entertainment.
The latter part of the program
was carried out as planned. The
Woman's Club felt somewhat repaid
for their disappointment when Miss
Dithmar, queen of the party, stated
that they had had a wonderful time in
Ocnla; that the people of Ocala had
nide them feel welcome and at
home; that they were sorry they could
not stay longer and that they would
certainly boost for Ocala when they
got back to Indianapolis.
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the
l-rge line on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 1-tf
Good Things to
Eat Just In
California Budded Walnuts
New Brazil Nuts,
Paper Shell Pecans,
Imported Malaga Table Raisins,
Seeded Raisins, -Seedless
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Pineapple and Assorted Fruits,
Maniototo Brand Canned Rabbit,
Gorton's Ready to Fry Cod'fish,
Manhattan Claw Chowder,
' Sunbeam Apple Juice,
. Mott's Apple Cider,
Imported Anti Pasto,
Samp (Big Hominy)
Real French Peas,
Pearl B.arley, '.
Whole Wheat Flour,
Plain Buckwheat Flour,
Edam Cheese Imported,
New York State Cheese,
Stero Bouillon Cubes,
Bell's Poultry Seasoning,
Split Peas, etc
PHONES 16 and 174
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals"
For Satisfaction Give Us a
I WILLIAMS' GARAGE
1 Phone 597 Mgrs. Vhone 408
Arrival and, departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guar-mteedv
mteedv guar-mteedv (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 run
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg l:3oam
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 un
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35, pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R, K.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 un
1:45 pm JksonTille-Gainsville 3:24 pm
fi:42am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland l:Zipra
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dur.ellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25
10:15 pm, Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
he Girl a
Tfii provea to be In the cabin loft,
as the blue-eyed maiden had threat threatened,
ened, threatened, and the stair was just a com common
mon common ladder. Father Hiram left ni
the candle, and I had blown the light
out find rolled myself In the blankets
before I realized that the loft tansl
be directly over the room with tn
fireplace In It.
I was so workmanly tired that I
fell asleep almost at once, and why
I should have awakened before morn morn-inpj
inpj morn-inpj don't Know. But I did awaken,
and though I don't know what time
It was. It seemed as If I hadn't been
asleep more than a few minutes. Ther
were voices In the room beneath;
Twombly and his daughter had not
yet gone to bed. so it must have been
reaw.nat.ly early. I had no manner
of right to listen In, but short of stuf stuffing
fing stuffing cotton In my ears there didn't
seem to be any easy way of staying
out and I didn't have any cotton.
"1 heard something today some something
thing something that you won't like to hear.
I Stuck My Had Out f th Blanket!
and Listened Qredlly.
Claries Uullerton Is somewhere In thli
neighborhood. He was In Angels ye
(erday or the day before."
"Huh !" grunted Twombly ; I wrav
der what sort of a crooked deal he'
trj'In to pull off now? Did he staj
MN-no. Vhat 1 heard was that hi
had left there to go to Atropla."
"I ilAti't aran v M Kl I
Jeanie girl. I kep' still the othei
time, but that was afore Id found
out how everlastin' crooked he la."
"You needn't, be afraid for me, Dad Dad-dy,w
dy,w Dad-dy,w said the girl, and I could hear
her low laugh. "You know you've al always
ways always said I'd have to, marry tnnjiey,
and Charles Bullerton, hasn't enough
to tempt even me."
J heard something that sounded like
ar deep-throated "Gosh listen at that,
will yer then: "If Charley Buller.
ton's been in TYopIa he'll be bust In
In here, next, tryln to get his clawt
Into this here Cinnabar carcass. And
pie, I hain't got no boss to stand be behind
hind behind me. That'll be nice kettle o
I stuck my head out of the blankets
and listened greedily. It seemed to be
very highly necessary that I should
be made acquatuted with the precis
ingredients of that kettle of fish. But
my, luck had exhausted Itself. In a
few minutes there was a stir In the
living-room below, and I heard Daddy
Twombly shoveling up ashes to 'cover
the fire. That meant goodnight; and
though I continued. tQ Us ten. there were
no more sounds, nod I was finally
obliged to go to sleep, leaving the fish-kettle-
, CHAPTER VIL
If I 'had been what I had Invited
Jeanie Twombly to imagine me mere merely
ly merely an ordinary -drifting, tourist set
afoot In the wilds by circumstances
tver which I had no control, my cue
to be on my way the following morning
cojildn t have been delayed "touch be beyond
yond beyond the appetizing breakfast to which
M sat down a little after seven o'clock.
But once I had reached the end of
the rainbow, and had no Intention of
moving on before I could have my
chance to dig for the pot of gold which
is said to be the reward of successful
rainbow chasers, I was casting' aut
for an excuse to prolong my stay when
Twombly. in accordance with the hit
of talk which I had overheard in the
loft chamber, took the matter out of
my hands," v
"When we was talMn ahout utr utr-iutHs
iutHs utr-iutHs ud such, las' night, you let
ou to me that you knowed something
about machinery," was the way he le le-fcan.
fcan. le-fcan. "If you ain't In a tearin hurrv
l be e'lu' rnevheres,uiayb I conM
get you to hai'g rtund for a gpell and
1mw me how to take a steam engine
to pieces so 't I could clean It up and
kep It from golc to rack ami ruin.
"With all the pleasure imaginable,
I hastened to say, before be could have
tiim r -change his mind.
While the cerulean-eyed maiden w
-arrring the dishes out of the kitchen.
tlie Jd man donnefl overall and a
jumper, and a few minute later I was
Introduced to the mine my mine, if
you plfase or ratter to so much of it
as wfi oicii to any visitor other than
a submarine diver.
lil .h?art went hot In annpathT tor
-1 have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. P.I. WILSON, Ocala, Florida
COGERSWILSO: REALTY C0.A
Government War Tax Included
6000 3IILE GUARANTEE
.30x3 aincher. Plain Tread, Fabric.
30x3 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric ..
suxii eimcher, Premier, Fabric
31x4 Clincher, Non-Skid, Fabric
32x34 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric
32x4 Clincher, Straight Side, Fabric
33x4 Straight Side. Non-Skid, Fabric
34x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Fabric
7000 MILE GUARANTEE
30x3 H Cincher, Non-Skid, Fabric
8000 MILE GUARANTEE
30x3 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric
vx.Jtt enncner, Ked Top, Fabric
5ux3i Clincher, Non-Skid, Cord
31x4 Clincher, Red Top, Fabric
31x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
32x3 H Straight Side, Red Top. Fabric
32x31 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
32x4 Straight Side, Red Top-, Fabric .'.
32x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
33x4 Straight Side, Red Top, Fabric
33x4 Straight Side, Non-Skid, Cord
32x4H Straight Side, Non-Skid,
33x4 Yt Straight Side; Non-Skid,
34x4 Vi Straight Side, Non-Skid,
35x4 Vi Straight Side. Non-Skid,
36x4 Vi Straight Side, Non-Skid,
33x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid,
STx5 Straight Side,.Non-Skid,
37x5 Straight Side, Non-Skid,
8000 MILE GUARANTEE
32x4 Vi Flat Tread, Cord
34x4Vj Flat Side, Cord .
33x5 Flat Tread, Cord
34x5 Flat Tread, Cord
35x5 Flat Tread, Cord
36x6 Flat Tread, Cord
38x7 Flat Tread, Cord
40x8 Flat Tread. Cord
& service r ami
. PHONE 71
fTtkT" ?Id GrancrtffBer.JaFpei'. The
scoundrels who had done him op had
not been content with merely selling
him the gold brick; they had let him
spend thousands more for the pump pumping
ing pumping machinery, after they, themselves,
were well assured that he was merely
throwing' money away.
I asked Daddy what he wished to
do with the -machinery. He aid he
was afraid It might be rusting inside,
standing unused so long, and he want wanted
ed wanted to take It apart; especially 'the
steam engine. So I told him how to
begin, and be fell o work; but In Just
a few minutes his awkwafdneas with
the tools gave me a fit of the willies.
,See here, I said; Tf you've got
another pair of overalls and a Jumper
"Sure pop. I have." he admitted;
and that was how I discovered my first
real Job of honest-to-goodnesa work.
We stuck at It until noon, disas disassembling,
sembling, disassembling, and scraping rust, and pol polishing
ishing polishing and oiling, and Incidentally find finding
ing finding the macblnery la a great deal bet better
ter better condition than It had any right to
be after standing Idle for so long a
time. Of course, I bunged my soft"
hands all up, and got as dirty as a
pig. and all that; but that first fore forenoon
noon forenoon Is written down in my life as one
of tbe nxt enjoyabla ever known.
And when Daddy Hiram called the
boob halt, and we went across to the
cabin to wash ep for dinner, I was
hungry. I think that forenoon meas measured
ured measured abont the only useful half-day's
work I'd ever-done; and the afternoon
made it a full day. Say. people it
was great! For the first time in an
Idle, happy-go-lucky life I had a job
with a concrete, object La view, and a
keen ambition to see it through. I was
thirstily u;er to get that ma Uinery
In shape aad to start those old he he-pump,
pump, he-pump, and tMs in spite of Daddy Hi Hiram's
ram's Hiram's repeated assurances that it
-wouldn't do no good a-tall.
During, a hard-working interval of
two week a number of .things had
JmpIwJH-d. one was a visit from
dferadoisli-looking Angelica wha
had impressed me with Ibe fact that
lit- beWneed to the Ancient a!,d Honor-.
- nr j.t th. Silver Stir. I'll h
to tell ai-tit that vWr. l-aue it
proved whiit a treiaendou!y lucky
Prices en 111
Opposite Rest Room
iLing ft -aTur me thiiT. f Had falieu
It was this way.' On the second day
of my May in the booui.of the Twoiu Twoiu-My
My Twoiu-My family I notlcwl that a l;i.tered
sunejing instrument a transit which
was probably a left-over from the tins
when the Cinnabar wan a working
projoition. with an engineer to lijrure
ut Its dips and an had lee
moved from its place in the corner of
the living room and was stood -.on
Its three legs" at a PinaU, wj'.iare win window
dow window which looked out over the plattau plattau-Iiench
Iiench plattau-Iiench ofthe mountain to the siuth siuth-eastwanl.
eastwanl. siuth-eastwanl. k
, Two memings afterward I found out
the why and wherefore of the oi l
transit and its set up," a ah eng!nr-et
"would say. Daddy Hiram kiid I were
dnndlng with our backs to the bean?
fire, waiting forbreakfat to be pti?
on the table, when Jeanie came fri
from the 4;Itcheii with a reat ta-i
of hot batter-cakes. As she darted
out again after the coffee and bari:u.
be imuftf just a fraction of a M-ror.d
to put her eye to the telesior. I
didn't see what kSnd of a signal it was
that she passed to Daddy Hirasji. but
whrever it nafnro. ij made hhii
action in a tearing hurry.
See our new novelty ladies' shoes.
Guarantee Gothic & Shoe Co. 5-t
1 can now give you tie
v'wt thoro service.
US. K. i. WEIIUV
Optomeiri&t ar.i Optician
Careful estimates made ca all ccn-
tract work. Gives raore and 'cstt'T
j ?crk for th money than try c.
contractor ia the city.
illi Hy U Li V
rp tor-pthpr. "The Little Pink Circle B of the Baptist Woman's, A rood bargain is to get what "you
TW.e r.Iavir- Vfre Mrs. V. C. With- 1 .KinV, WfiiCh ilr
with,' has so far refused to yi:ld to I Lady" is a play to be given at the Missionary Society held a good want when you -vant it at a reason reason-the
the reason-the depression felt by other com- j Temple, theater Dec. &th, to raise Tretir.g yesterday afternoon at the ai.lt: price. Low prices are not al-
" "V. X.
Mrs. R. U Ar...rson Jr., Mrs. H.
C. NicV's, M:?. R. S. Hall. Mrs. Ed-ifiun-j
Ma; tin. M:ss-?d Mary Sheppard,
anies. It is keeping two mines go- funds for the purchase of a piano lor home ot .Mrs. J. Vj. rarnsn. circle w oargams ween it comes to ouy-
IP you havt any society items for
the btar, i-leasc call five-one.
Mr. Alison Wartmann is home from
ii visit to far-south Florida.-
AVd Lee -tGv.v.ros i-OUise c pernor,
Nettie and Sta Camp, Alice Sexton,
I-fargaret Lloj d, L::zalth Davis and
r.g, one near Dunnellon and the other
tue primary SCHOOL. oume Ul Liltr uusmcsa has uiatusscu uuu Btwma "fe v...umj. w-.-w.
piettiest, daintiest and sweetest las- fi'led the remainder of the afternoon.
.ies of the high school are m this, and ; Lven members and tnree visitors j s-
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
11 yOU. uO not See mem juu ww unsa nric-fJicruk. itc ucai "m
.. Ccala, Fix
a period of real relight. ,wS-lt
be Monday, Dec. 19, at the home of!
d f A 1
Mr. R. V. Oit has returned from
cksonville. where he superintended
Come ahd see the band of rollick rollicking,
ing, rollicking, teasfngr fun-loving Puritan,
maids breaking away from the prim
precision f early colonial 'days, and
?njoying many a lark and happy
Mrs. Lanier Robertson.
I will break a Ci! J. Fewer 3
3 : HARDWARE t
1 HIGH GRADE PAINT I
Flaconettes perfumery put up In
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy.- Phone 284. 16-t
ti.r.nottri tiertumery. au ouois.
m 11 .J'
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1921
i v. in
4 a uu. is
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 1-
Miss Helen Vtal spent the week weekend
end weekend w!th her parents at Wildwood.
Smoke Do:i Rey. That good cigar.
llri H. Floyd returned home last
night from a short business trip to
heautiful line of Leather
loading with i hos'hp.te two ships, one
for Rotte'dam and the'oiher for Bre
Fish Market. Phone 158. tf 1 1VC kl!0W,prCCSl!ll3 pneSSQUla
men.- The Loncalit Phosphate Com-
Goods, practical gifts for the business
man, useful gifts for the woman.
Shop early. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E..GEBIG. S-6t
Mrs. Percy Thigpen ha3 returned
from a visit to Jacksonville to her
heme at Martel.
Pompano, Spanish 1 mackerel and
blue fish, received today at the City
Fish -Market. Phone 158. 5-3t
Mr... Earl Thompson, who has been
away for several months, is again
greeting his Ocala friends.
; jf" ." .-" .. "... ..:r ""
Candv, fruit cake, fancy work for
gale. Saturday, Dec. 10th, on the Ocala
House porch by the members of the
Friendship Wesley Bible das.' 3-6t
Mrs. J. T. Ricketson and Miss
jClara Ricketson of -Bushjiell, were
"shopping in the Icity Saturday.
New ladies' shoes, baby Louis heels.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-6t
Edwin Thompson, ope of the Times Times-Union's
Union's Times-Union's smart newsboys, who has
been ill for some time, is about' well
ag"in. ... i '.'
Fashion Park clothing, newest de designs..
signs.. designs.. Guarantee Gothing and Shoe
Mr. L. W. Duval and Mr. J. P. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips are among the Ocalans attending
-the Methodist conference at Orlando
this week. ?
This is a Studebaker year.
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. White and Mr.
ar.d Mrs. W. W.' Clyatt left' this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in Rev. White's car to attend
the Methodist conference, in Orlando.
We have on hand .two seven-passenger
cars which we" will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
Mrs. Annie Van Deman of Ocala,
who is now visiting in Tampa, was
the honor guest the other afternoon
of a pleasant party given by Mrs. J.
Your kodak work will be properly
f stiid promptly .finished at Revel's
'iStudio, over Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Store. l-6t
i Mrs. Leverett Futch will entertain
Saturday afternoon at ft tea, honoring
her mother, Mrs. Raiford -Simmons,
Mrs. Carson Lee of Washington, Mrs.
'Hartzog and Mis River of Columbia,
s. c. I;
See our line of "Little Gifts." Some-
thinsr in them for everybody. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E..GERIG. 6t
Mr. M. M. Hurlburt of Jacksonville
passed this week-end in town, visiting
his wife and little" boy at the home
of-Mrs. Huriburt's mother, Mrs. W
W. Thompson. This wsts the first time
Mr. Hurlburt had seen his son and he
went back to Jacksonville happy.
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 peir cent sanitary.
. Ak the hotfel insDector. 22-tf
-Mrs, R. F. Rogers in the last few
days enjoyed visits from two of her
children Jr. George Rogers from
Savannah an4 Miss Emma Rogers
from Jacksonville. Mrs. Rogers, ,in
jspite of frail health and her recent
injury, keeps tip wpderfujly well.
Salt n nlot, already scaled, at the
jpiy Finh Marker 24-ti
Tklr. V. B. Hay of Ashbum Ga., ar arrived
rived arrived the other day to join his wife
tnd children, who have been guests of
JMrs."Hay's brotJier, Mr. James Nich Nich-o1rs..
o1rs.. Nich-o1rs.. and family. ?Jr. and Mrs. Hay
and children returned home Monday.
sTheif friends hope to soon ee them
"Let your photograph pay your
friends ft holiday visit. Make the ap
pointment arly at Revel's Studio,
orr Guarantee Clothing and. Shoe
Miss Hanrsay Etlia entertained the
A club last night at iher home on Ok Ok-Iawaha
Iawaha Ok-Iawaha avenue. The rooms in which
. the tables were placed .were prettily
I ti .decorated with vases of .roses .and
jf pinsettias. .After an exciting game
of auction', it was found that Miss
- Elizabeth Davis had made the high highest
est highest score and she wa 3 presented with
- "sj a pretty piece of lingerie.' Miss Alice
Sexton won the booby, a deck of
cards. After the "games the hostess
and her sister, Miss Susie Lou Ellis,
jserved a salad course with coffee.
!;: OUALIW::BRA' ALUMIMJM WAEE
:': Every Piece Giiarainfeed for 20- ears r;'.
' I : -SA'I rr ST AfT- AT f j
I "fVlY EXACTLY 9 A.H. ; fe'
n rvrsnrt V Wh- next .fkbbav -; tamm-:
I l'V n?4s nrr' lBS
ill y A M IJ U-S I tEMOM JUICt EXRACT08 CCTAOOH SALT COFPEC V -- lJt I i Wf.Tt BTTit V, --f I "Tl f -'"iV, -. i
i' I iHil II I I I Will .sS S2 -3
i Iii l ill j ill Ill lliiilli I ill i! tiffed t
, .. fX3OSEi:iE(IPERS-! A -Remarkable Opportunity Confronts You.
Probably never apain will it be possible for us to offer such vionderful valuos.
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