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il ......... . J Wa k ;r ' ' , !' , .,;' 1 i S i anwg November ig, 1921 ican Deserter Recaptured ;hinese State 18 Amos a. L an American soldier ,antry at Tientsin, has ,1 the most dramatic ten . , . ,ent criminal annais in . 1 1 ikn infa1ailf jta homing .. morally in China for thirty day8 ne has been 1ge by the army autnor face court martial. rrested as a desert- Li last spring and dis capws y iem"8 id story window. It was kbit after he had 1uit L had retained his own L been able to obtain a L Chinese customs Sr- L arrested again in Au to first week of Sept- companion, Henry ma also being held as L the loth Infantry he wnsational escape from nrison after" he had Li, into the face of his j was arrested short- m escaped, but Nor- in hiding and when a with whom he was in vested as an accom- irigon break he made a flirt to shield her from means of daily letters iresseel to the authori- j newspaper. It was letters that the police national Settlement at kble to ferret out his hi- LADY MAY CAMBRIDGE Sale on pips in China iiwlatrd Prm) Nov. 18 The United Agency at Shanghai is only American post er held what may be ill sale in stamps. This fill and was made pos ition in the rate of k ago as a measure of r the public the Am- lice placed on sale I be purchased in k(4e country, based in ! Mexican dollar. These tied surcharge stamps tie ordinary two-cent aps, but they bore in on their face for the tie words "Shanghai ran after these stamps T reason of a fluctua te of money exchange surcharge stamps had fall the money exchange st to a point at which ft again to place these Mnd promptly a rush ''' them. The reason :;et)' of collectors world to obtain sets It was found that ;t set of stamps could t the American post- -ai for Hex. $5.74, the '; brim; sold by col Wk at a rate of 'n London at three American postoffice in ' cy distributing of- 'i 'here these stamps i and they are issued ai office only when 'ate warrants their JVE CLAPHAM PALATKA DAILY NEWS of their clothing and then thrown in to the Yangtze together with their heads. These atrocities were brought to General Wu Pei-fu's attention on his arrival at Ichang owing to the fact that some of the original garrison one dav mistook rtno ni i-uiiettuL for the Standard Oil fnmnnnii Southern soldier and cut off his head in the usual manner. They did not find out their mistake until they went inrougn tneir victim's clothing in search of loot and found instead doc uments proving his identity. In order to smooth matters over tney at once fished the head and the body of the deceased out of the riv er, sewed them tniwHioi. o,; j I, - 0v... Bgaiii miu bought the best coffin that they could IV 1 n . unoru. corpse ana coffin were then carried to the home of the deceased' where profuse apologies were offered to his family for the incident. The Standard Oil Company, how ever, is not satisfied with these apol ogies and has demanded that a sola tium be paid the wife and children of the murdered man. Too many statesmen think th fruits of victory require grafting. PAGE 3 Colony of Three Spend a Year on A Lonely Island (lly Asxocliitrd Pre) Honolulu, T. H., Nov. 18 The tale of a modern "Swiss Family Robin son," composed of two men and one woman who for nearly a year have been living a life of isolation on Pal myra islands, a lonely noli more than 700 miles south of Honolulu, but of ficially a part of the city and county of o Honolulu, in an effort to start) a copra plantation, was related here' when the United States Eagle boat number 4 returned from a visit and aerial survey of the pin-prick dot on the map. Mrs. William Ming, the only wo man in the party, returned to Hon olulu aboard the vessel, for medical treatment. She her husband, Colon el William Ming and Edward Benner were the only human beings on the island which is far outside the reg ular steamer paths, without wireless or other regular communication with the world. . NOTICE. The tax bdoks are open for the payment of state and county taxes. Persons paying in November are en titled to 2 per cent discount and in December to 1 per cent discount. Books close April 1st, 1922. RANDALL WELLS, T. C. 11-5--12-19-26 About the only way to discourage reading aloud in the movies is to use three-syllable words in the sub-titles. She Knows After 20 Years. A cold, even when it has developed a hacking cough, difficult breathing, sleepless nights, raw throat and sore lungs even then a cold yields quick ly to Foley's Honey and Tar. Mrs. Milton Waite, Box 32, Azalia, Mich., writes: "I have used Foley's Honey and Tar for the past 20 years and find there is no other cough or croup remedy like it. You may use my name." It gets right at the seat of trouble. Children like it. For sale by J. H. Haughton. Lady May Cambridge, the charming daughter of the Earl and Countess of Athlone. The Earl of Athlone was the Prince Alexander of Teck. Chinese Soldiers Decapitating all Prisoners Taken tlty Amioflfiled TreHN) Peking, Nov. 18 Hundreds of Southern , or Szechuanese, prisoners have been decapitated by the North ern defenders of Ichang, according to reports brought to Peking by for eigners who have been visiting the Ichang front. The troops who are doing the decapitating are not the soldiers of Wu Pei-fu, but the origi nal garrison of Ichang which has looted the city three times during the last four months. The bodies of their victims are invariably' stripped Choice Meats I in when you buy meats here no matter what kind you order you may be sure always that you will get the choicest procur able native and western products. Give us a trial. We will appreciate your trade. FLORIDA MEATS WESTERN Hens and Fryers Dressed to Order. Oysters in Season The Model Meat Market "Wliere Quality Tell and Price Sells" 326 Lemon St. Phone 98 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL Marion County Fair Ocala, November 22, 23, 24, 25 Every visitor to Florida and every Floridian should see the Marion County Fair. At this fair are to be seen complete exhibits of the four great divisions of agriculture in this state general farming, live stock, citrus fruit and vegetables. Marion County excels in each. Visitors to the Marion County Fair are always astonished at the variety and quality of the exhibits. This year's fair will feature Live Stock and Citrus Fruits. Marion County was a pioneer in each of these, the county . that produced the Poland-China sow which captured the International Grand Cham pionship in 1919, and the county whose citrus fruit brought as high as $14.25 a box last season. COMMUNITY EXHIBITS RACING Midway attractions this year furnished by Johnny J. Jones Exposition, direct from the Florida State Fair. Visitors to Marion County Fair will have an opportunity of seeing Sil ver Springs, the largest springs in the world, five miles from Ocala, one of the world's natural wonders. Ocala is on the Dixie Highway. Special Rates on the Railroad. Remember the Date Thanksgiving Week hi in in r r '1 There'll Be Extra Cause for Thanksgiving Mr. Townsend extends cordial thanks for the liberal patronage he has received and in return will make his many customers thankful that they trade with the O. K. Special Prices Will Prevail Until Thanksgiving Day NOVEMBER 24 Nice Streaked Bacon, per pound - Good Florida Cane Syrup, Gallon Cans - - 121c 60c o' trie M ddle the 10 lb Bucket White Karo 50c Large size can Sunny Gold Syrup 85c Large size Alaga Syrup 95c 10 lbs Nice Grits 25c 10 lbs Corn Meal 25c 10 lbs Scratch Feed 25c 10 lbs Chicken Corn 25c 24 lbs Self Rising Flour $1.20 Good Fla. Cane Syrup, in qts 25c 12 lbs Self Rising Flour 65c 24 lbs Plain Flour $1.20 12 lbs Plain Flour .65c 10 Full Size Octagon Soap 75c 10 Large Cakes Aunt Nancy Soap 60c 2 Cans Maxwell House Coffee. . 75c Good Florida Syrup . . . , 25c Dozen Argo Starch $1.00 14 lbs Good Rice 14 lbs Granulated Sugar . . 10 Bars Export Soap 12 lbs. Black Eyed Peas... 12 lbs. Navy Beans 12 lbs. Lima Beans 9 cans No. 2 Tomatoes 16 Rolls Toilet Paper ....$1.00 ....$1.00 50c . . .$1.00 $1.00 ...$1.00 ...$1.00 ...$1.00 Good Creamery Butter, lb., 45c Good Cream Cheese, lb., 30c. Dime Brand Milk, Can, 15c Space will not permit all the items we carry, but it will pay you all to call here and get our prices on anything in stock. Above prices only good on present stock, so it will pay to to call at once and get some of these bargains as we are offering them for your special benefit. We carry a good line of feed and have the prices right, in fact this is the one store where you can buy any item in stock at the right price. When vou trade here we both win When you trade elsewhere we both lose. If you are looking for a square deal, give us a trial. THE O. K. GROCERY No. 107 North Eleventh Street Phone 196 3 .i , ! v 1 :! V : 'i-' J 1 -4 lit - " j' "- ;. . i 111 v. '! iff it1;: ff : ht 6 bhih.iiuii l" Br,8h woman , "XinitiAi.. -- j- , r m Jl ll th.,... .1.. H bar,ier.