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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL 21
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921
NO. 184
111 THE GAME B
TWOTQ QHE
LD SOLDIERS'
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SOUTH! STATES
OBJECT SHY
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CAMP J0HIIS1,
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MISS CLAnKE IAS
THE PAYMASTER
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Elrcd's Superb Pitching and Spirited
Backing Kept the Bacon
in Ocala

, (L.T. i.)
Whoa, Maud! Hey, Hiram, come
here. Did you see them there Ocala
crackers take the wind out of Lees Lees-burg's
burg's Lees-burg's sails in that there baseball
game yesterday afternoon ? v Well,
Hiram, that was sho some sight for
sore eyes. Them fans from Leesburg
was bragging and telfing air about
how they was going to make Ocala
ashamed of herself but man, you
ought to have heard what they didn't
have to say after the game. You will
rhave to hand it to Buckles, their
catcher, for he surely did make two
"pretty catches of foul flies.
Epperson has been carrying Ocalas
goat around by a frayed out rope for
the past year but yesterday afternoon
the goat reared back on the halter and
those Ocala sluggers got loose for
three hits in one inning and two in
another and just naturally snatched
the game from the Williston boy.
Ocala; imported a man for the game
who was reputed to be able to put the
hooks to Leesburg and believe me, he
surely did slip the old apple by thosfe
would-be hitters in grand style. Qnfy
three of them got hits and one of the
three safetj&s made was a fluke over
the first baseman's head when he
lushed in to field the expected bunt.
Buckles landed on the nose of one
offering and scratched the paint on
one ,of the cars parked at the right
field fence. Even this didn't worry
the 'Elrod guy for he "struck the said
Buckles out the next time he draped
himself at the bat. As well as being
an A 1 pitcher Elrod made one sensa sensational
tional sensational stop and fielded his position
perfectly at all stages of the game.
Brooks made a pretty catch of an al almost
most almost wild throw and Jimmie Liddell
made a running catch in center fied
that would make a big league "scout sit
up and take notice.
First inning: Both teams played
jam up field .work in the first inning
and both sides were retired in one,
two, three order.
Second: .Wharton led off for Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg and got on when Futch missed
a real scorcher on short. Epperson
singled and things surely did look blue
for O'cala. Meedlin came to bat with
murder in his eye and hit a hot one to
the pitcher who threw to third and
forced Wharton, but Epperson went
.to second. Crumley hit to Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good whof olrced Medlin at second un-i
assisted, but Epperson went to third
on the play. Buckles went out pitcher
to first and retired the side. Ocala
tried to stage a little runningof their
own but failed to deliver a hit when
Leavengood got on by an error on the
part of short.
Third: Neither team smelled the
initial sack this inning and both pitch pitchers
ers pitchers came back to the bench with sat satisfied
isfied satisfied smiles on their faces.
Fourth: Leesburg got away from
the Ocala boys and made their only
run in the fourth. The sad affair was
pulled off thusly: Rolling led off with
a good clean single. Wharton "hit to
the pitcher for a sacrifice. Epperson
followed with another pne to tha
pitcher who threw to first and caught
Epperson. Brooks started to double
the ball back to third to catch Rolling
who was headed that way like the
Congressional Limited "but as he rais raised
ed raised his arm for the throw he saw that
Powell was not on the base so he jerk jerked
ed jerked the ball down and let it roll on the
ground, but Rolling scored on the
play The next man up went out
pitcher to first and Leesburg had only
one run to her credit. Harry Wood
got a single in the' fourth but the ad advancing
vancing advancing hits failed to arrive on sched schedule
ule schedule and Harry died .on first base.
Leesburg, 1 Ocala, 0.
Fifth: Crumley led off for Leesburg-
with an out to. left field. Buckles
hit, one on the nose for two bases to
right field. Carpenter promptly struck
out. West wentut pitcher to first.
Ocala got a line on Epperson's bend benders
ers benders in the fifth and made him look
like ten cents with a hole in the cen center.
ter. center. Harris led off with a single.
Brooks and Powell each made" clean
sacrifices and advanced Harris to
third. Elrod singled and scored Har Harris,
ris, Harris, i Liddell came up and doubled to
center field and Powell, running for
Elrod, scored on the double but sad
to relate he failed to touch the second
sack as he galivanted around and
Umpire Izlar called him out for his

Bill Passed in Its Favor by the Last
Legislature Found to be
Defective

(Associated Pres3)
Jacksonville, Aug. 5. Word has
been received here that the board of
commissioners of state institutions
voted not to take over .the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate soldiers and sailors home here
on the ground that the bill passed by
the last legislature authorizing it is
defective in that several provisions
conflict. Attorney General Buford
cast the minority vote. Ten thousand
dollars was appropriated by the legis legislature
lature legislature for the home pending its accep acceptance
tance acceptance by the state. The United Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy made great
efforts to have the home made a ktate
institution that veterans might be
more adequately provided for.
negligence. This kept his run from
counting and Umpire Izlar was in
danger of being cussed severely for
a few minutes until the enraged fans
had .time to ascertain the why and
wherefore of- the play. Leesburg, 1;
Ocala, 1. l
Sixth: Both teams took a rest and
didn't bother to make first base.
Seventh: Good old lucky seventh.
Leesburg retired with a strike-out, a
fly to center and a fly to left. Leaven Leavengood
good Leavengood led off for Ocala with a single.
Harris tried to bunt but popped up to
third. Brooks sacrificed Leavengood
to second. Powell singled and Leav Leavengood
engood Leavengood scored on the wild throw to
the plate. Elrod struck out. Lees Leesburg,
burg, Leesburg, 1 Ocala, 2.
Eighth: Leesburg didn't do any
good for her cause. Ocala drew a fly
to left and two strike-outs. Leesburg,
1; Ocala, 2.
Ninth: How bad things did start
off in the ninth! Gee, but the suspense
was terrible to the over-strained
nerves of the fans- Leavengood boot booted
ed booted the grounder hit by Gillespi. Elrod
advanced him to second when he threw
wild to Brooks in an attempt to atch
him off first. Rolling struck out.
Wharton sacrificed Gillespi to third.
Excitement was at a high pitch. The
fans were keyed up to a million when
Epperson came to bat. All of us
knew that- Epp could often deliver the
goods with men on bases and if there
ever" was a time when Epp needed to
hit this was the very time, but Epp
did not deliver and the game was
ours. Leesburg, 1; Ocala, 2.
The Box Score
-Leesburg ABEHPOAE
West, If ,...4 0 0 2 0 0
Gillespi, 1st V......4 0 0 0 1
Rolling, 2nd .......4 1 1 10 0
Wharton, ss . . i .2 0 0 0 0 1
Epperson, p .". ... .3 0 1 14 0
Medlin, 3rd J ... .3 0 0, 1 0 0
Crumley, cf .......2 0 0 0 0 .0
Buckles, c .... 3 0 1 13 1 0
Carpenter, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0

29 1 3 24 5 2
Ocala AB E H PO A E
Liddell, cf .... 4 0 1 10 0
Futch.iss .. ...4 0 0 1 2 1
Wood, c .... .... .4 Q 1 6 0 0
Clements, rf ......3 0 0 2 0 0
Leavengood, 2nd 3 1 1 111
Harris, If .........2 1 13 0 0
Brook's, 1st ....... 1 0 0 12 0 0
Powell, 3rd .......2 0 1 0 0 0
Elrod, p ..........3 0 10 9 1
26 2 .6 27 12 3

Score by innings:
Leesburg .........000 100 0001
Ocala .............000 OlO.lOx 2
Summary: Two base hits. Buckles,
Liddell j sacrifice hits5 Wharton, 2,
Epperson, Crumley, Harris, Brooks, 2;
struck out, by Epperson, 11, by Elrod,
6; earned runs, Ocala, 1. Umpires,
Engesser and M. C. Izlar. Time, two
hours. Scores, L, T. Izlar.
In the matter of finances the game
yesterday was pot so bad although the
expenses were pretty, heavy. We
wanted to beat Leesburg so we spent
what we thought necessary to accom accomplish
plish accomplish that little plant. The team and
game as it was played yesterday cost
$105 and we did not give a cent to
Leesburg. Elrod cost $40. He was
worth the money and we are tickled
silly, that we had him. We took" in
$175 on the game yesterday.
Elrod wants to come to Ocala for a!
month for $250 to act as pitcher, man manager
ager manager and coach for our team. He
promises to take entire charge of our
I team and make it worth lots more to
i us than it now is. Palatka and

Their Boards of Health Want Neither
Investigation Nor Help from
the Government

(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 5. Health offi officials
cials officials of twelve southern states in con conference
ference conference here with Surgeon General
Cummins of the public health service
today are drafting a report of condi conditions
tions conditions in the South and recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations of what should be done in regard
to pellagra. Preparation of the re report
port report is in the hands of a committee
of five and was to be adoptedTby the
conference before it is made public.
One resolution adopted expressed to
President Harding appreciation of the
health officials of his interest in the
public health and endorsed the admin administration
istration administration of the public health service
by Cumming.
REPORT FROM THE ?OUTII
Denial that there is a "condition ap ap-proaching
proaching ap-proaching famine or plague in the
South," was made today in a report
unanimously adopted by health offi officials
cials officials of southern states in conference
with Surgeon General Cuniming on
the pellagra situation. The report
held that statements erroneous and
misleading had been made public.
After a brisk discussion a state statement
ment statement 'incorporated in the report
prepared by the committee thatk"we
do not regard the situation in any
sense more serious at the present time
than during the past several years,"
was eliminated.
Another clause that, "There is no
occasion for extending charitable
measures for relief of conditions so
far as any state unconcerned where
pellagra is prevalent," was also strick stricken
en stricken out.
Dr. W. S. Rankin, of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, contended it would be a reflec reflection
tion reflection on the South to make any refer reference
ence reference to the possibility of charitable
relief.
OXFORD PICNIC
The people of the Oxford commu community
nity community held their annual picnic yester yesterday
day yesterday on the picnic grounds there and
not only was everybody in Oxford
present but there were people from
Ocala, Citra, Sparr, Anthony, Web Webster,
ster, Webster, Coleman, Belleview and other
towns, to enjoy the picnic dinner and
barbecue that the good Oxford folks
had prepared, There were three
tables of the best eats" in the world,
piled high and enjoyed by all. The
auction sale of hams, etc., proved
quite interesting as well as beneficial,
for a neat sum was derived from the
same, the proceeds of which go to towards
wards towards keeping up the pretty little
cemetery at Oxford. In the afternoon
there was a baseball game between
Anthony and Oxford that greatly in interested
terested interested the crowd. These annual pic picnics
nics picnics are looked forward to each year
with much pleasurable anticipation.
Gainesville are trying to sign up more
games with us for the rest of the
season. As finances now stand it
seems advisable to the ones responsi responsible
ble responsible for the bills that we stop playing
after the game next week in Lees Leesburg.
burg. Leesburg. v If the fans want to see baseball
for the next month or six weeks it i3
up to them to pay Elrod. The gate
receipts will take care of any other
expenses but won't pay a pitcher $250.
Remember, that Elrod is an all round
baseball man and can act as coach as
well as pitcher. That is what our
team needs. What do you say, folks?
Shall we get him? The sum of $250
deposited iir one of the local banks
will get him. v
SUGAR AT LESS THAN
SIX CENTS A POUND
With a purchase of one dollar's
worth of other groceries you can buy
seventeen pounds of sugar for one
dollar, Saturday, at the U-SERVE
STORES,?east and west side of city
square. This also applies o evening
purchases. 5-2t
Read the half-price dress advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of Rheinauer's on the fourth
page of today's paper. They are on
display on the first floor. It
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

For the First Time in Many Tears,

Marion County has No Unit at
the Annual Encampment
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, August 5. Florida
guardsmen began arriving today at
Camp Johnston for the annual term
of field, duty which begins at midnight
and continues two weeks. The officers
school which opened Monday will close
tonight. Twelve hundred troops are
expected.
AROUSING INTEREST
IN THE CREAMERY
The following schedule of meetings
has been arranged. for next week:
Monday, August Sth
10 a. m. Mcintosh pavilion.
1, p m. Fairfield.
4 p. m. Reddick.
8 p. m. Lowell.
Tuesday, August 9th
10 a. m. Summerfield.
2 p. m. Belleview.
4 p. m. Pedro, W. O. W. hall.
Wednesday, August 10th
10 a. m.-Fort McCoy.
2 p. m. Anthony.
The object of these meetings is to
make some announcements as to the
proposed creamery, the boys' club
work and other activities of the coun county
ty county agent, the fairs and the State
Farmers' Union convention that meets
soon in Ocala. Everyone in each of
these communities is urged to be
present. Mr. K. C. Moore, county
agent, Mr. H. L. Shearer and a local
man will do the speaking.
MRS. C. C. STEPHENS
Mrs. C. C. Stephens passed away
this morning at three o'clock at the
home of her grandson, Mr; Ernest
Rawls in Jacksonville. The body will
be brought to Ocala Sunday afternoon
and interment will be made at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship at three o'clock, Rev. C. W. White
officiating. Mr. Charles Rawls of this
city is a grandson of Mrs. Stephens,
and he has the sympathy of his friends
in his bereavement. Sam R. Pyles &
Company have charge of the funeral
arrangements.
SUGAR AT LESS THAN
' SIX CENTS A POUND
With a purchase of one dollar's
worth of other groceries you can buy
seventeen pounds of sugar for one
dollar, Saturday, at the U-SERVE
STORES, east and west side of city
square. This also applies to evening
purchases. 5-2t
CONSIDERABLE DISTINCTION
FOR POLK COUNTY
Bartow, Aug. 5. An official of the
American Automobile Association is
authority for the statement that Polk
county is the only county in the Unit United
ed United States where -every town in the
county is connected with every other
town by asphalt surfaced roads.
More than $2,000,000 has been
spent in road development in- the coun county
ty county and the main highways alone com comprise
prise comprise 217 miles, built at a cost cf ap approximately
proximately approximately $1,500,000. The county
system includes a total of 340 miles
of asphalt roads. I
THE QUICKER THEY WELD
THE SOONER THEY SPLIT
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Aug. 5. For every three
marriage licenses issued in Hillsboro
county during July there was one suit
for divorce filed, according to county
records. One hundred twenty-four
licenses were issued and forty suits
for divorce instituted.
CLEARWATER BOY
, ON THE BIG AIRSHIP
(Associated Press)
Clearwater, Aug. 5. Mrs. R. D.
Hoyt, of this city, has been advised by
her son, Lieut. Hoyt, U. S. N., that he
has been detailed as one of the crew
to bring the huge dirigible ZR-2 lb
the United States from Great Brit Britain
ain Britain late this summer. The dirigible
is the largest in the world and was
purchased from the British govern government.
ment. government. Those half-price dresses advertised
on page four today by Rheinauer's
should appeal to the ladies. They are
real bargains. It

Five Armed Men Allowed Themselves

to be Held Up by Only
Six Bandits
(Associated Press)
Hackensack, N. J, Aug. 5. The
county prosecutor's office was notified
today that six armed bandits had held
up the paymaster of the Barrett Man
ufacturing Company at Shadyside,
about 11 o'clock, and escaped with the
payrol lof $15,000 to $25,000. The pay
master, accompanied by an armed
guar dof five men, was traveling in an
automobile when the hold-up occurred
HOLD UP IN ILLINOIS
Greenville, I1L, Aug." 5. Fifty thou-
sand dollars is the sum believed to
have been obtained by two bandits
who boarded a Baltimore & Ohio pas
senger train at Beecher City last
night, held up the express messenger
and escaped at Altamont with all the
sealed express packages.
GOOD OUTLOOK IN JAX
FOR GLASSWORKS
Today's Jacksonville Times-Union
announces that city is about to be
come a center of glass making. The
Tidewater Glass Co., of Pittsburgh,
expects to locate a big plant in Jack
sonville. Among other things it is
stated that there is plenty of Erne at
Ocala for the use of the proposed
plant. ,The company proposes to use
Pablo Beach sand.
HARDING TODAY
VISITING A HOSPITAL
(Associated Press)
Lancaster, N. H, Aug. 5- President
Harding' interrupted his vacation to
day to go to the army tubercular hos hospital
pital hospital at Gorham, 25 miles away. "It is
understood the president planned the
trip befbre he left Washington. The
visit is expected to occupy most of
the day.
SHOT FOR A SANDWICn
(Associated Press)
Miami, Aug. 5. Quarreling that
started over a sandwich was said by
the police today to have led to the
fatal shooting here last night of J. E.
Foster, restaurant proprietor, and the
inflicting of. gunshot wounds on
Charles Breen, who fired the fatal
shot, which physicians say probably
will cause Breen's death. Walter
Lundgreen, the stepson of Foster,
fired on Breen after Foster was killed.
Lundgreen is in jail with C D.
Holmes, Breen's companion.
CARPENTIER-GIBBONS
FIGHT POSTPONED
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 5. -The Carpentier
and .Gibbons fight, planned to take
place here the first part of October,
has been postponed several weeks on
account of the injury the Frenchman
received when he was defeated by
Dempsey. The fight is now scheduled
for late in October or the first of
November, in Madison Square Garden.
CONDITION OF CROPS
Gainesville, Aug. 5. The condition
of crops in Florida during the week
ending -July 30 was generally favor
able except at local points on the
East Coast where rain is needed, ac
cording to the federal bureau of crop
estimates here.
The condition of late corn continued
good, th report declares, sweet potato
prospects were excellent, with plant
ing continuing, hay and pasture crops
were in good to excellent condition,
peanuts were excellent, with the
stand good, and peas and velvet beans
continued to show improvement. Live Livestock
stock Livestock was declared to be in better than
usual condition.
Citrus prospects were good on the
west coast and improving in central
Florida but the crop needs rain on the
east coast.
Cotton is getting too much rain and
a heavy weevil infestation was re reported.
ported. reported. Judge and Mrs. W. E. Smith expect
to leave Monday for Jacksonville,
where they will sail on the Clyde Line
steamefTuesday for a pleasure trip
to New York city and Niagara Falls.
Ladies should read the Rheinauer
advertisement on page four today. It

And Chief of Police of Orlando Allow.

ed People to Remain Four
Days in Error
(Associated Press)
Orlando, Aug. 5. There were no
new developments apparent today in
the case of Miss Clarke, in nil hii
charged with killing Miltmore.
the announcement yesterday of Chief
of Police Vestal of the alleired con.
fession of the shooting which he said
Miss Clarke made to him shortly aft afterwards,
erwards, afterwards, but which later Miss nr-lr
is declared to have said she did not
remember and which she is said to
have ascribed making to the strain
under which she has labored for the
last five years.
CHIEF KEPT HIS OWN COUNSEL
Orlando, Aug. 5."I shot Miltmore.
I did it after trying to obtain a siimed
statement from him that he had com committed
mitted committed the robbery. He refused to
give me a statement. I was desnerate.
and it was then that I committed the
rash acr,"
This statement was eiven to Chief
of Police Vestal Monday night, im
mediately after Frank Gordon had
phoned him from the San Juan hotel
that W. H. Miltmore was dead. It
was given out yesterday afternoon by
the chief of police to a crowd of news
paper representatives.
Miltmore was sitting on the bed.
Miss Clarke told the police chief, and
she was sitting on the bed. She rose
from her seat on the bed, whipped out
the pistol she carried in her pocket.
placed the revolver against the man's
breast and fired.
Yesterday $725 of the $1000 which
Miss Clarke claims to have brought
here was found by Chief Vestal in the
tank of the toilet of a. bedroom ad
joining the room in which the killing
took place.
ULSTER CABINET WILL
MEET AGAIN
London, Aug. 5'. Another meetinjr
of the Ulster cabinet has been called
to discuss Irish peace negotiations, it
was announced today, although it was
reiterated m Belfast "that no mes message
sage message had been received there from
De Valera.
AMERICAN OFFICIALS
ARE FROM MISSOURI
London, Aug. 5. American relief
officials here place little faith in the
reports that American prisoners in
Russia have 'been released and are
now leaving that country. One official
said a report to that effect received
yesterday was merely a Letvian news-'
paper report forwarded from Riga.
PEPPER COMPANY WILL
PRINT OCALA BOOKLET
The Pepper Printing Company of'
Gainesville will print the new illus illustrated
trated illustrated booklet of Ocala and Marion
county to be issued by the Marion
County Board of Trade. The Pepper
Company was awarded the printing
at a meeting of the board of gover governors
nors governors of the Board of Trade held this
morning.
AMERICAN BOAT WON
THE FOURTH RACE
Cowes, Aug. 5. America won the
fourth international yacht race here
today, deefating the British entries 17
to 16 points. Great Britain won the
first three races.
TRIBESMEN DEFEAT
THE SPANISH TROOPS
Madrid, Aug. 5. Spanish forces
have suffered severe defeat in north northeastern
eastern northeastern Morocco, where they have
been resisting attacks by rebellious
tribesmen, the newspapers here de declare.
clare. declare. One paper says the tribesmen
are holding 5000 Spaniards prisoner.
MEMBERSHIP OF JUNIOR
DEMONSTRATION CLUBS
Gainesville, Aug. 5. Four thousand
three hundred and ninety-seven girls,
are members of junior home demon demonstration
stration demonstration clubs in Florida, according to
the Agricultural Extension Division
of the University of Florida, under
whose direction the clubs are main maintained.
tained. maintained. The clubs have a total enroll-,
men of 10,601, it being explained that
most of the girls are engaged in more
than one program of work and conse consequently
quently consequently are members of more than one
club. The four thousand odd girls are
organized into 310 clubs.

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OCALA X.TESIXG STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921

Ocala Evening Star

Published Erery Day Eept Sunday by
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searching for a voice superior to
Caruso's. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Harder to find than a white hope.

"A plague on both your houses," is
about the only genuine sentiment a
genuine American or Briton can say
to the Sinn Feiner or Orangeman:

Talk about Wilson bossing Con

gress, by the way Harding is ordering

the present bunch around he has Wil

son tied to a post. If he doesn't watch
his step, the people will tie him to a

post next year. ; ;

Let everybody but the Ulster-Sinn

. Fein factions move out of Ireland. Let

them Kilkenny-fight until they are all
dead. Then, when the buzzards have

pecked their bones clean, Ireland will

be fit to live in. v

, We regret to see that Syd. Graham,
for so many years with, and for the

j last thirteen editor of,, the Sumter
. County, Times, has sold his interest in

that paper to Messrs. Sam W. Getzen

and Sam D. Lovell. Both' these young
men are Sumter county boys, and we
. hope they will keep the Times in the

front rank of country weeklies.

more complicated !han African golf.

It was originally" invented by the
Chaldeans, and has been somewhat
neglected", for about 3000 years, but
has lately come back into favor. "It

appeals especially to the girls, many
of whom carry the little trinkets in
their handbags and bet their, picture

show money on it. .It is pleasant to

have old customs revived.

ing committees yesterday. We regret
to say the other members of the com committee
mittee committee interfered, which was probably
what Harding and Williams were
counting on.

A GOOD SUGGESTION

We have a machine on our. table,

which is a typewriter, but which some

people, deficient in intelligence, think

is a cider press. It will take three

sheets of paper and two carbons with without
out without complaining, but when, some

blanked fool comes along, and sticks
a whole book in it, it feels injured.
There is absolutely no use in trying

to drive a nine-page letter into it if

said letter was laid down on or by it,
it would be found just as quickly. Said
machine would cost us about $105 to

replace and some day when we find
some thoughtless person trying, to

drive a wad of paper an eighth of an

inch thick thru said machine we are
going to try to prune his ears, a la
Sid Hatfield.

It's no trouble to get money in this
town if you know how. Yesterday,
we were plumb busted and the banks
shut. We had a pint of milk at Bax Baxter
ter Baxter Cam's, and, after drinking it,
asked Baxter if our credit was good
for ten cents until next day. Baxter

looked at the empty bottle and said it
was. Soon after, we. had a letter to
mail on a northbound train, and sent
it to the station by a messenger boy,
and when he returned we told him to
kindly wait until next day for his
money. He acquiesced. Toward eve evening,
ning, evening, absolutely needing some money,
we borrowed a quarter from Sid Wha Wha-ley.
ley. Wha-ley. Yes, you can get money, or even
liquor, in this town if you know how.

The Seaboard Railway is using
gasoline motors on its branch lines.
They are now experimenting with a
motor between Wildwood and Orlando,
via Leesburg. This motor car has a
seating capacity for 16 negroes and
32 whites, besides baggage room. It
would surely ps.y the Seaboard to ex extend
tend extend the run -from Ocala to Orlando,
leaving Orlando in the morning and
returning from Ocala in the afternoon
ni time to pick up the limited passen passengers
gers passengers at Wildwood, This service would
be a great accommodation to the peo people
ple people and the. farmers generally. Sum.
merfield Chro:nicle. ',

GUS 1 HAS HE GONE?

Gus A. Morton, booster, of Archer,
was in town one day last week. Mr.
Morton is manager of the Archer baD
team, whose motto, without apology
to a certain, automobile manufacturer,
is, "When better ball is played, Ar Archer
cher Archer will "play it." Mr. Morton points
with pride to the large number of
Levy county families that have re recently
cently recently taken up their abode in Archer.

It is a pleasure to talk with him be

cause he always has a good word to

say for his town. Bronson Times-

Democrat.

Heavens! Has that dear Gus for

saken Bloxham county

H EXTRA SPECIAL Sffi
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Flannels for Fall and
Buy now and save

money. Ihese goods will cost more later. This sDecial Cash Pur-

jCt chase just arrived especially for this event. Last year the same,
& goods sold for 40c to 50c a yard. 27 inches wide in white only, and
& 36 inches wide in light stripes, heavy quality outting. "Today's
SOT regular price is 25c and 29c a yard. During Dollar Week we will
& sell 6 yards for

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FRANK'S

"The Fashion Center

Ocala,

Florida

SA TUi

WAY,

It is true, as the New York Post
observes, that these are dreadful days
for Mr. Hearst, with Japan suspect suspecting
ing suspecting Britain of undue friendliness to toward
ward toward the United States. Mr. Hearst
has devoted a great part of a mis misspent
spent misspent life to prove that Japan and
Britain are the two relentless, ; con conspiring
spiring conspiring foes of the United States.
Toronto Mail and Empire. )
' People of the United States are get getting
ting getting tired of Hearst.

If necessary, the Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus will "put its whole force of 800,000
members into the movement to end
foreign propaganda in America, be it
European or Asiatic," Supreme Mas Master
ter Master John II. Reddin of Denver told the
thirty-ninth annual supreme conven convention
tion convention of the knights at San Francisco
yesterday. ;.'.

v For years, the promoters have been
clamoring at the American business
man to ship goods to South America.
The A. b. m. took the advice considr
erable since the war began. Now, his
goodg are being shipped back by the
steamer-load because the South Amer Americans
icans Americans couldn't pay for them. It is
hoped that the returned goods will be
sold in the states and bring prices
down a little. .;. :

A very fascinating little game, call called
ed called teetotum, is coming back into its
own. It is played with a dice, shaped

aometnmg njce a top only it nas a
novem-sided instead of a rotund top
and :is spun instead of rolled. We are
not familiar with the manner in which
it is counted, but know it is somewhat

MICK1E SAYS

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4XW TlftAS W

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Oil and gas was struck by a farmer
near Bushnell some days ago. The
home paper,, the Sumter County
Times, should have been the' first pa paper
per paper to publish the news, but the peo

ple gave their home paper the go-by
and sent the news broadcast to the

daily press. Summerfield Chronicle

Possibly, the Times gave the news

the go-by. Syd Graham knows that

country pretty well.

Says the Jacksonville Metropolis:
A Tennessee farmer is asking the

government to give him $7000 lor a

box of ashes. He states that his barn
burned several weeks ago and that

bills to the amount asked were con

cealed in the hay. The ashes have
been turned over to a chemist for
analvsis.' to determine whether- the

man is telling the truth or just follow
ing the precedent set by the" shipping
board."..

Gov. Harding of the federal reserve

board and John Skelton Williams,

former controller of the currency,

came near having a fistfight before

one of them congressional investigat

PARTY IN MACON

The following from the Macon,

Ga., Telegraph, will be of interest to
many Ocalans asthe hostess, Mrs.
Ralph Birdsey, was Miss Emily Ford,
and the honoree, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Birdsey, were former

ly Ocalans. Miss Birdsey is an ex

ceedingly bright and charming young

lady, having on several occasions vis visited
ited visited at the home of her mother's par

ents, Colond and Mrs. John Martin:

Mrs. Ralph Birdsey will entertain

tonight with a prom dance at her

home on Vineville avenue, in compli

ment to Miss Mary Birdsey, of Sa Sa-vanoah,
vanoah, Sa-vanoah, who is .visiting Mrs. S. R.

Birdsey for a short time. The third

floor of the beautiful home has been
converted into a dancing room of de delightful
lightful delightful proportions and here the
dancing will take place. Between
dances the guests will stroll upon the
broad lawn and around the lovely gar

dens that surround the home. Mrs.

Birdsey will be assisted in receiving

by Miss Mary Birdsey, Miss Elizabeth

Phillips, Miss Lillian Birdsey and

Miss Helen Perdue. About forty of the

younger set have been invited.

Leaving Aug. 10th to

take a post graduate

ourse. Pleased to be of

iervre tn vou uti to that

wfA'
ime.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
. Eyesight Specialist

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

' 17 pounds of sugar for one dollar.

w.th a dollar's worth of other gro

tries for cash. Saturday and Moiid

pntv. Phone 377.
wkv-tf H B. WHTTTTNGTO-

AUGUST 6th, 192

Last Day of Dollar Specials
Give your dollar a chance
to do double and triple duty.
Specialin all departments at

ff: EjTLSXJA. dLEjVjLlALt ty Unbleached Muslin, a

special purchase for Dollar Week, only about 2000 yards. Last
year's pricejor same goods was 45c a yard, present regular price
worth 15clayard. During Dollar Week, not more than $1 worth
J to a customes. 10 yards for

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J J Try It if is a hard wheat flour
as good as any and less in price

Uneedas and all former
10c. pkg. Crax.....8c 3 for 20e
All former 20c. packages...'.. 15c
Tall Pink Salmon.. ....V.-..15
Campbell's Soup. . :12c 4 for 45c
Octagon Soap ...... 8c 3 for 21c
Export Soap, per doz. ....... .55c
Cherry Bell Flour 24 lbs... .$1.45
Sauer's Self -Rising Flour,
. 24 pounds $1 .45
W. Baker's Cocoa half lb .30c
One pound good Tea. 30c
Senate Coffee, 1 lb. .40e
Senate Coffee. 2 lbs .... .- .7 5c
Senate Coffee. 3 lbs . 1 .1 0
Argo Salmon..... 40c 2 for 75c
Tall Pink Salmon, per can.:. ''.15c
Virginia Dare Wine, large! ...6 5e
Virginia Dare Wine small... ,40c

Reddick Peanut Butter 1 lb ... 3 0 e
Evaporated Milk, large 15c
Per zoben $1 .70
Evaporated Milk, small ..7c
er do&sn ......80c
Three Argo Starch ...25c
One doz. Argo Starch y95e
Evaporated Peaches, lb 15c
Quart jars of Honey ....65c
Quart cans Syrup .....30c
Pint jars or bottles .....15c
Syrup drawn from bbl, gaL. ..75c
Purina 'Feed for cows, chickens,
horses," hogs.
Firestone Tires. 30x3 $10-95
Firestone Tires, 30x3... $13-9 5
Red Tubes, 30x3 $2-65
Red Tubes, 30x3 ....$3-10
Grey Tubes, 30x3 $2-15
Grey Tubes, 30x34 $2-55

Always Plenty of Fresh Eggs. Free Delivery.
FARMERS EXCBMGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

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What Henry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
"In the tractor the farmer uow has a machine in which is harnessed
one of the most adaptable, efficient, economical sources of power in the world
the internal combustion engine.
"The tractor will multiply the productive capacity of each individual
farm worker from three to four times over.
"It will put the farmer on a par with the citv manufacturer. It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is what a farm is on to an efficient
production basis.
It will enable each worker to earn so much more that he can be paid
more and still leave a greater profit for the man who hires him. It will enable
the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life-
"I believe the tractor will make farming what it ought to be the most
pleasant, "the most healthful, the most profitable business on earth."

TUCEiER & SIMMONS

DEALERS

OCALA

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921

end To "SIT. tudds" exposition oi m
thology. ...
So does dull reality clog the feet of J
The
dreams that It proved impossible to
begin the day by digging up the treas treasure.
ure. treasure. Camp had to be arranged, for
PANISH
Mutual Life
Insurance Company
of New York
folk must eat and sleep even with 1
the wealth of the Indies to be had
for the turning of a sod. The cabin
was reroofed and set apart as the bow-;
er of Aunt Jane and Miss Browne, I ;

0UBL00NS

v

By
Camilla kenyoh

SYNOPSIS.
mPTER Wane Hardtop, respect respectable
able respectable and conservative old spinster but
never too old to think of marriage with
more money than brains, is inveigled by
a Btroaig-minded spinster. Miss Higglesby Higglesby-Browiue,
Browiue, Higglesby-Browiue, Into financing1 an expedition to
hunt for buried treasure on Leeward
Island.. Her niece, Virginia Harding, un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to stop her, gets on the vessel
engaged for the hunt, and in the confu confusion
sion confusion in unwillingly carried along.
CHAPTER II. By no means concealing
her -distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its members, Virginia msCkea
the acquaintance of the Honorable Cuth Cuth-bert
bert Cuth-bert Vane, and is somewhat impressed.
CHAPTER IH.-Talking with Dugald
Shaw, the leader of the expedition, Virginia-very
frankly expresses her views,
practically accusing Shaw and the other
members of the party, including a some somewhat
what somewhat uncertain personage. Captain Mag Magnus,
nus, Magnus, and a shady "financier," Hamilton
H. Tubbs, of being In a conspiracy to de defraud
fraud defraud Miss Jane liarding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTER IV. Landing on the Island
Is a matter of some difficulty,. Virginia
being carried ashore in the arms of Cuth Cuth-bert
bert Cuth-bert Vane, to her disquietude. The land landing,
ing, landing, however, is safely effected.
CHAPTER V.
' The Captain's Legacy.
' Wlien in my tender years I was
taken to the" matinee, usually the most
thrilling feature of the spectacle to
me was the scene depicted on the
' drop-curtain. Directly I was seated
In the body and had had my hat
' taken off and been told not to wrig wriggle,
gle, wriggle, 1 vaulted airily over the uncon unconscious
scious unconscious audience, over an orchestra en engaged
gaged engaged in tuning up, and was lost in
the marvelous landscape of the drop drop-curtain.
curtain. drop-curtain. The adventures which I had
there put to shame any whch the
raising of the curtain permitted to
be seen upon the stage.
I had never hoped to recover in this
prosaic world my long-lost paradise
of the drop-curtain, but morning re revealed,
vealed, revealed, it to me here on Leeward
island. Here was the feathery foli foliage,
age, foliage, the gushing springs, the gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous flowers of that enchanted 'Jand.
And here were the soft and Intoxicat Intoxicating
ing Intoxicating perfumes that I had imagined in
my curtain landscape.
. Leeward island measures roughly
f cur 'miles across from east to west
by .three from north to south. The
core of the island is the peak, rising
to. a height of nearly three thousand
feet. At its base on three sides lies
a plateau, its edjres gnawed away by
the sea to the underlying rocky skele
ton. On the southeastern quarter the
peak drops by a series of great preci precipices
pices precipices straight Into the sea.
All the plateau and much of the
peak are-clothed with w'oods, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful bright green against the sap sapphire
phire sapphire of sea and sky. High above all
other growth wave the feathery tops
of the cocoa-palms, which flourish here
luxuriantly.
The palms were nowhere more
abundant than in the hoUow by thei
cove where our camp was made, and I
their size and the regularity of their
ordei! spoke of cultivation. Guavas,.
oranges and lemons grew here, too,
and many beautiful banana-palms.
At the side of the clearing toward
the stream stood a hut, built of cocoa--.
palm logs. Its roof of palm-thatcl
had been scattered by storms. Near Nearer
er Nearer the stream on a bench were an old
decaying washrub and a board. -A
broken frying-pan and a rusty ax ax-head
head ax-head lay in the grass.
In the hut itself were a rude bed-
stead, a small table and a cupboard
ruad of boxes. I was excited at first,
and fancied we had come upon the
dwelling of a marooned pirate. With Without
out Without taking the trouble to combat this
opinion, Mr. Shaw explained to Cuth-
bert Vane that a copra gatherer had
once lived here, and that the place
must have yielded such a profit, that
he was only surprised to find It de deserted
serted deserted now. Behind this cool, em emphatic
phatic emphatic speech I sensed an ironic zest
In the destruction of my pirate.
After their, thrillfng 'experience of
being ferried 'from the Rufus' Smith
to the Island, my aunt and Miss
Browne had been easily persuaded to
dispose themselves for. naps.
The boats of the Rufus Smith, had
; departed from the island, and our re relations
lations relations with, humanity were severed.
The thought of our isolation awed and
fascinated me as I sat meditatively
upon a keg of nails 'watching the mir miracle
acle miracle of the tropic dawn. The men
were hard at vork with bales and
boxes, except Mr. Tubbs, who gave
advice. It must have been valuable
advice, for he assured everybody that
a word from his lips had Invariably
been enough to make Wall Street sit
up and take notice. But it Is a far
cry from Wall Street to Leeward
Island. Mr. Tubbs, ignored, sought
refuge with me at last, and pointed
out the beauties of Aroarer as she
rose from the embrace of Neptune.
"Aroarer Borealis, to be accurate,"
he explained, "but they didn't use
parties surnames much In classic
times."
The glad cry of breakfast pu an

tuary. Yon could tell by looking at
her that Violet was the sort of per person
son person who would Inevitably sleep out

loud.
"Hang me up In a tree or any- j
where," I Insisted, and It ended by my
having a tarpaulin shelter rigged up
in a group of cocoa-palms.
Among our earliest discoveries on
the Island was one regrettable from
the point of view of romance, though
rich In practical advantages; the
woods were the abode of numerous
wild pigs. .You should have seen how
clean, how seemly, how self-respecting
were our Leeward Island pigs to real realize
ize realize how profoundly the pig of Chris Christian
tian Christian lands is a debased and slandered
animaL. These quadrupeds would
have strengthened Jean Jacques' be belief
lief belief in the primitive virtue of man be before
fore before civilization debauched him. T
. Aunt Jane had been dreadfully
alarmed bj the pigs, and wanted to
keep me Immured in the cabin o
nights so that I should not be eaten.
But "nothing less than a Bengal tiger
would have driven me to such extrem extremity.
ity. extremity. "Though If a pig should eat roe,"
I suggested, "you might mark him
to avoid becoming a cannibal at sec second
ond second hand. I should hate to think of
you. Aunt Jane, as the family tomb I"
"Virginia, you are most unfeeling,
6aid Aunt Jane, getting pink about
the eyelids.
"Ah, I didn't know you Americans
went in much for family tombs," re remarked
marked remarked the beautiful youth interested
ly.
No, we do our best to keep out of
them," I assured him, and he walked
off meditatively revolving this.
If the beautiful youth had been
beautiful on shipboard, in the inform informal
al informal costume he affected on the Island
he was more splendid still. His
white cotton shirt and trousers
"No, We Do Our Best to Keep Out
of Them."
showed him lithe and lean and muscu muscular.
lar. muscular. His bared anus and chest were
like cream solidified into flesh. With
his striped silk sash of red and blue
about. his waist, and his crown of am ambrosial1
brosial1 ambrosial1 chestnut curls a development
due to the absence of a barler the
Honorable Cuthbert would certainly
have been hailed by the natives, if
there had been any," as the island's
god.
Camp was made in the early hours
of the day. Then came luncheon,
prepared with skill ; by Cookie, and
eaten from a table ; of packing cases
laid in the shade. Afterward every everyone,
one, everyone, hot and weary, retired for a st
esta. Always around the island blew
the faint cooling breath of the sea.
t No marsh or stagnant water bred In Insect
sect Insect pests or fever. Every day while
we were there the men worked hard,
and grew lean' and sun-browned, and
thrived on it. Every afternoon with
unfailing regularity a llgfit shower
fell, but in twenty minutes It was
over and the sun shone again, greedily-
lapping up the moisture that glit glittered
tered glittered on the leaves.
On this first day we gathered lnltne
coot of the afternoon about our table
of packing-boxes for an event which
even I, whose role was that of skep skeptic,
tic, skeptic, found exciting. Miss Browne was
, at last to produce her map and re reveal
veal reveal the secret of the Island. So far,
except In general terms, she had Im Imparted
parted Imparted It to no one. Everybody, In
coming along, had been buying a pig
In a poke though to be sure Aunt
Jane had paid for it The Scotman,
Cuthbert Vane had told me incidental incidentally,
ly, incidentally, had insured himself against loss
by demanding a, retaining fee before beforehand.
hand. beforehand. Somehow my opinion, both of
his honesty and of his Intelligence,
had risen- since I knew this. As to
Cuthbert Vane, he had come purely
in a spirit of adventure, and had paid
bis own expenses from the start.
However, now the great moment
was at hand. But before it comes.
I will here set down the treasure treasure-story
story treasure-story of Leeward Island, as I gathered
,er. a little here and there., and

.GIGANTIC INTRODUCTORY FURNITURE SALE
Mow Gmi i Ii Fmffl -Blast:'
THIS SALE opened this morning with a
grand rush of eager buyers, all buying
the greatest furniture bargains offered here
in many years. If you have not already at attended
tended attended don't fail to come early and make
your selections. .. ..
Included in This Sale We Are Offering

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1 Lot Of 1 Lot Of 1 Lot Of
Ladies Voile Ladies' Organdie Ladies' Tricolelte
Dresses Dresses Dresses
at at at
$5 I $10 I $12.50

All Are

At Jordan's Old Stand

LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Oca la, Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE
HORSES & MULES
A'
We have just received another load
of those nice young Georgia Mare
Mules, bought direct from the farms.
We' know that we have them- bought
right, 'as we sold a load last week.
This load is equally as nice, and we
will continue our sales for the coming
week on the same terms that we sold
the last load. Small profits and quick
sales is our motto.
NICHOLS & COBB
301 West Broadway
Gcaltr, Florida
New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting and Phillips, druggists and seeds seedsmen,
men, seedsmen, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
pieced it together into a' coherent
whole through many dreaming hours.
In 1820, the city of Lima, in Peru,
being threatened by the revolution
aries under Bolivar and San Martin,
cautious folk began to take thought
for their possessions. To send them
out upon the high seas under a for
eign flag seemed to offer the best hope
of safety, and soon there was more
gold afloat on the Pacific than at any
time since the sailing of the great
plate-galleons of the Seventeenth cen
tury. Captain Sampson, of the brig
Bonny Lass, found himself with a
passenger for nowhere in particulai
In the shape of a certain Spanish mer
chant "of great wealth, reputed cus
todian of the private funds of the
bishop of Lima. Tills gentleman
brought with him, besides some scanty
personal baggao? for be took ship
in haste a great iron-bound chest
Four stout sailors of the Bonny Lass
atjisreered under the weight of it.
. (Continued Tomorrow)

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MOVS, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY.
FURNITURE, ETC
Tablets Envelopes
Stationery
Boxes 25c to $135
White and Tints
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Opp. Marion Hardware
Phone 435
Inks Pencils
Hargrave3 says 80 cents buys five
gallons of kerosene. What do you
pay? Hargraves, 807 S. Lime St. 3-tf

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including the famous "Oversea"
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Funeral Directors, Embalmers
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One of the largest and strongest
companies in the-world
Let me take care of your insur insurance
ance insurance needs, and be safe
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Agent
Ocala, Florida
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Throw Awdy Old Shoes
Let us make them over and you
will get about double wearing out of
them. And they will look as good as
new too, when we have worked them
over. Remember we guarantee our
work to be. satisfactory. We will call
for and deliver, your work promptly
if you will phone 143.
OCALA ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
114 S. Magnolia St. Phone 143
IF YOU'RE
SEARCHING
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw year Oeadllsnt
on car shop. We are
Experts at this business
and osr work is
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Every-Thursday and
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
Fare, $1
Plusc War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Supper end
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
oi Silver River
For information see or phone
V. L Carmlchoel
Silver Springs
Boats Open for Charter
At All Times
AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rehored'.
Brakes Related
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J, Williams
Phone 597
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GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla,

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1S21

U 0CGURRE11CES

MOVING PICTURE PARTY

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GEORGE
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"NUMBER SEVENTEEN"
and
Son of Tarson Serial

ADMISSION
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All Cdtton Dresses
at Half-Price
y4s ong as fAey iW we will sell every
cotton dress in the, house at half the
regular price. Among them are many
handsome Ginghams, Organdies, Voiles
and Swisses. Prices range from
$L75to'$12.50
!'' ', '-. - '
Fall assortment of sizes and colors to select
from. They are on display on the first floor.
. RHEINAUER & CO.
, OCALA'S LEADING DRY GOODS STORE

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A Sample of Oar Prices They

White Ring SelfrRising Flour, 12 lb. sack...

Omega Flour, 12 lb! sack
" 24
No. 3 can Pie Peaches..
Bo-Lo Peanut Butter, 1 lb.
5 gal. Kerosene......
Campbell's Soups.
rNFish Flakes.... ......
Libby's Corned Beef...; ..
Lux. ...V... ....
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon.
JVEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage v
" Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed .................$1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252
.
Special Invitation
To Oar Portly Friends
omfort for
Conservative Dressers
J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Cadillac four-passenger for a real
bny. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 4-tf

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Children Under 12, 10c
Adults 20c
807 S. timc'SI.
Speak for Themselves and Us
.70
$1.35
.89
$1.53
.21
.26
.80
.11k
.13
.25
. .13
.32
24
can
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"Aladdin" thermol ware bottles, half
gallon and gallon sizes at pre-war
prices. Court Pharmacy. 5-t
You are going to buy at HAR HARGRAVES'
GRAVES' HARGRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH sare money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street Mar Market,
ket, Market, phone 108. tf
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
W.A.TINSMAN
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The Stucco Man
Phone 526
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
"Sweet Dreams" will insure youa
good night's sleep-as mosquitoes pos positively
itively positively will not remain in a room
where it is used. The Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 5-6t

"Hoodoo' chases ants. Fresh supply
just in at Whittington's. Phone 377. 2t
. ;
This is a Studebaker year. tf

If you have any, society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne and the
latter's niece. Flora McKay, have re-
turned home from a visit to Daytona
Beach.
Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf
"Hoodoo" chases ants. Fresh supply
just in at Whittington's. Phone 377. 2t
Mrs. Elizabeth Nix left today for
visits with her children in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Brunswick and Jessup, Ga. Mrs.
Nix, who makes her home with Mr.
D. E. Mclver and family, will be
away during the absence of the Mc Mc-Ivers.
Ivers. Mc-Ivers.
Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Howell and fam family
ily family of Lowell, are spending some time
at Oklawaha.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES
Cash and Carry Store, 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf
Airs. fc. z,. rrinK is home from a
three months' visit with her daughter
in Alabama.
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark and
daughter, Frances are spending a
week at Woodmar.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mr. R. Stanley Lucas, a prominent
member of the Springfield, O., bar,
arrived this afternoon to visit his
brother, Mr. Lester Lucas. From
Ocala, Mr. Lucas will go to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. He is engaged at present on
government business.
. White Ring self-rising flour 12 lb.
sack 70c; 24 lb. sack $1.35, at Har Har-graves,
graves, Har-graves, 807 S. Lime St. 3-tf
Mr. D. W. Godwin of Lacota left
today for Fort Myers, where he will
make his home, having accepted a po position
sition position in a grocery store there.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
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Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Parrish are now
making their home with the latter's
mother, Mrs. B. M. Hunt, who recent recently
ly recently made the upper story of her home
into an attractive apartment, which
Dr. and Mrs. Parrish occupy.
A novel automobile selling plan has
been adopted by Mr. W. ( L. Gray,
whose ad. has been running f or sev
eral days. The highest bid made each
day is recorded until the closing day,
at which time the best bidder takes
the car. The sale will be closed to
morrow. As will be seen the highest
bid up to noon today was $90.
Miss Vida Skipper of Gainesville is
the week-end guest of Misses Eunice
and Lilian Marsh at their home on
East Broadway.
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
Week end parties should be supplied
with a THERMOS bottle. We have
them in pint, quart and three-pint
sizes at pre-war prices. The Court
Pharmacy. 5-6t
To end your ant troubles just call
phone 377. 5-2t
SUGAR AT LESS THAN
SIX CENTS A POUND
With a "purchase of one dollar's
worth. of other groceries you can buy
seventeen pounds of sugar for one
dollar, Saturday, at the U-SERVE
STORES, east and west side of city
square. This also applies to evening
purchases. 5-2t
To end your ant troubles just call
phone 377. ( 5-2t
Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 4-tf
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other "groc "groceries
eries "groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
"tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

twenty-five of her girl friends, Miss I

F ranees Mclver entertained y ester-1 ?
day afternoon at a moving picture jt
party. The firts of next week Miss
Mclver will accompany her father, y
Mr. D. E. Mclver and his daughter
and granddaughter, Mrs. W. J. Frink
jana rsettye, on a motor top 10 poinis i
mrougn ioui Carolina, alter wnicn i t
sue wlu aiiena scnooi in i.unn uuv-
line for the winter, so this happy as-1
v,i r r: 'j, I

After witnessing the pictures Miss 1 .J;
Mclver took her guests to her home,!?

where another merry hour was spent
in conversation and enjoying a re
freshment course of ice cream and
cake. As the, guests arrived, Alias
Annie MacKay served punch from a
prettily ornamented table in the front
hall and further assisting at this
party for the pleasure of all was the
hostess' sister, Mrs. W. J. Frink of
Sumica!
Following were the invited guests:
Alice and Sidney Cullen, Annie Mac
Kay, Nettie Mathews, Fanita Cobb,
Janet MeRae, Gertrude Mayo, Violet
Jones, Nell Wallace, Flora McKay,
Louise Moxley, Mamie Sue Spencer,
Sarah Scott, India Smith, Chivalette
Smith, Helen Leitner, Maude Gary,
Charlotte Chazal, Elizabeth Murray,
Frances Lummus, Natalie Minshall,
Virginia Oliver, Lilian Livingston and
Dalzelle Pasteur.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Yesterday afternoon, Mozelle Mc-
Caskill, the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. JJ. McCaskili, gave a
party to a number of her little friends
who came in response to the following
invitation:
"I'm eight years old, quite well and
hearty,
So I'm going to have a birthday party.
Then come out Thursday, whate'er
you do,
At six p. m. for an hour or two."'
The McCaskili home, known as the

",a"6" ", wi w """Mm an soon thereafter as the sa.me can S

beautiful and convenient rfiral homes.
...
ed in potted plants, red and blue
asters ana otner nowers.
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after which outdoor games were en-
joyed until ice cream was served and
vprl ltindi of rakp thi hirthdav
several sinas oi caice, xne mnnaay
cake, with its eight candles, being cut
by the young hostess.
There were twenty invited guests,
who later in the afternoon, were join
pd hv !pvpral othpr onp who nartic
ea Dy several otner ones wno paroc
ipated in the festivities,-wishing-the
...
vounsr entertainer manv more sucn
pleasant' milestones.
The many little remembranches

crrnppf nllv rpepivpH hv Mi Mnzplle I Churoh or ocala. tne same to oe organ-
graceiuiiy receivea oy Jiiiss MozeiieUe(J V1lder e foiiowiixg T,roised
will lorig be "cherished with happy I charter

recollections of the day.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the citv for 60 cents,
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Mam street 27-tf
HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
Farm views, landscapes and home
scenes. Eugene A. Revels, over Guar
-ii lL. p cv r-i-
antee Clothing & Shoe Co., ucala. u
GOING! GOING! GOING!
The high bid yesterday on the 1918
Maxwell touring car was $90. In good
running order, four good tires. Send
your offer to W. L. Gray, Box 232,
phone 117 or Star office. The nign dol-
lo. foVoo tlio antmnhilp nn Saturdav.
August 6th, at 9 a. m.
ine man says seu. o-oi,
rt 9 94.
"Hoodoo"
in t Whittington's. Phone 377. 2t
J
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of paasengex
truina at Of!ALA UNION STATION. I
,. , .
iisnea as lniormauon auu aot guai-
.ntMv
( Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrivi
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pin
2:55 cm N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pn
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. K.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 15 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesoay, Thursday. Saturday.
This i a StudebaV v year.
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DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires. 30x3 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee,' $18
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
POLARINE Heavy Oil. five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Engesser, Prop.

IV.
Day Phone 258
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C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE 332X
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tdituss list ins
To end your ant troubles just call
I phone 377. 5-2t
SASH
DOOR I
Geo. MacKay I Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE H
HIGH GRADE PAINT I
XOTICE OF IXTKXTIOX i
TO APPLY POU CHARTER j
Notice is hereby given that the un-
derslgned will a.pjly to the Honorable i
. BuiiocK. judge or tne cnreuit
Court of Marioin county, at his office in
the j
I be heard. for an order Incorporatin-.? the
Mount 'Morten Baptist church of Ocala,'
iporation to oe lormea is toe orgraniza-
tion of a church for public worship, the;
I diseminatlan or the srosnei and such
other matteTS aa are customarily car
Iter.
I Witness orur hands and seals.- at,
i Florida- this the 6th dav of Juiv.
1 1921. j
I e. u -ahpkrson (Seal.)
u unders a,L
j m. j. Stephens. (Seal!)
1 Tlle undersigned, menvbers or tne ;
1 Mount MorUh Baptist church of Ocala.
I Florida, desiring to incorporate their!
i saiu cnurco anu io organize ime same
1 1, -,n h,t intrt i
of its members, hereby associate tne-m-
I style of the Mount Morlah Baptist
selves together under the name ami
be Mount .Moriaii Baptist Church of j
Ocala. and tne corporation -shall ,bei
located at Ocala, Florida.
2. Tne general'nature of the otoject
of the organization is to organize a
church for dwMic worsMp to the end
that Its members may be formed into
Itg gfvtSi
of missionaries to foreign fields, and
suoh other shings as ar usually done
and performed y ehurches. of HKe
character and denomination being the
objects to be attained by this corpora-
tion. 1
3. Any per.won of sound mind over
the "age ofeight years hall be eligible j
to membership, and they shall be aa- i
1 present at any meeting, provided tti
no -person under the age of twel
I year8 Bhaii e entitled to vote upon t!
milieu upon ruin i me iikijlfi iijr
at
ve i
he i

admission of members. (FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, $2 a
4. This corporation shall exist for a I , ,. i.
term ( fifty years. I week; furnished rooms-. for light
5. The names and residences of the1 housekeeping, $15 a month. Apply to
subscribers-are aa follows: fJ . n.
D. W. West, Ocala. Florida: Mrs. J. Jr. Ped-nck. 34 N. Sanchez.
E. U Anderson. Ocala, Florida. trppf
U A. Saunders. Ocala, Florida. treei.
5. J. Johnion, Ocala. FlorMa. "J
M. J. Step-hens. Oca-la, Florida. SEWING The sewing circle of th
6. The affairs of the corporation are. .it.i: i i n j j.

1 president, a secretary and a treasurer. :
I and a tooard of ten trustees. These of- i
"'! .h.n'h. cWliJ ot tho ? mixot.
J ing of the arubscrlbers and members of
I tne cflurcn aiore!aia a.iier ie i-:iairr
i. obtallled and tne annual meeting
shall be held annually thereafter cs the
i scrlbers and members of this church,
I the followTiyg persons win manage an,
I .i.".r i..
of the affairs, to-wlt
D W. West- rresident.
E. I Anderson, vice-president.
L. A. Saunders, secretary,
s 1. Johnson, treasurer.
N'o board t trustee will be elected
until ar the first Yneetlng. as no duties
are to be performed oy wem oeiore ice
n," te""f
I present at a meeting called for uuch
i iurioee. provided that no memfcer un
Ider the age of twenty-
asre or twenty-one years snau
have the (privilege of voting upon the
adoption of an amendment to the by bylaws.
laws. bylaws. 9. The highest amount of indebted-

ness or liability to whicn tne corpora- ancj Samuel Z. Ring is defendant, by
lr at ? tnaJmr the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge
140.000. provided that su en amount is s , -, ...... lJ f-
Z-l-JtlZ Ulr to-third of the 'of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida.

value of the property of the corpora- in and for Marion county, in chancery,
tion. ,rt date 7th day of July, I will offer
10. The corporation may hold real J j.- f. hirhet nH
estate, subject to the approval of the Jort zr? sell to the nignest and
circuit Judge of Marion county, up to j best bidder for cash, at the south door
the amount of $100,000. !of the court house in the city of Ocala,
In witness thereof the incorporators Mcrion county, Florida, within the
have hereunto et their hands and f- hnnrm i- r,

fixed their seals this tne 6tn day or
Jnlv. 1921.
D. W. WEST. (Seal).
E. U ANDERSON. Seal).
U A. SAUNDERS, s?eL)
S. J. JOHNSON'. ?eal).
M. J. hTEPHENS, (Seal).
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OP MARION.
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me known to be one of the subscribers naK.er wagon Dougm oi reiver a. iuc iuc-to
to iuc-to the foregoing proposed charter, and ; Kay; three hogs, marked smooth crop
who. beinc duly sworn by tne. acknowl-j jjj each earj two splits in each ear V
"i'i.J'th ifurVs if i underbit in each ear, or so much then.
trood faith to carry out tne purposes or ; ,
the foregoing charter as set forth of a? may be necessary to satisfy said
therein- i hnai decree and costs of suit.
Sworn to and acknowledged before D Niei Ferguson,
Dtlielthm -S1? Q1SMa.ter, Q1SMa.ter,-FRI
FRI Q1SMa.ter,-FRI 7-l-6t- Notary Public Complainant s Solicitor, o-ot-r ri

.
Nighi Phone 533
n
Bring us your
WELDING
i
and Auto Repairing j
Satisfaction Guaranteed jj
Ocklavcaha Ave.'
& Orange St.
Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
A'ANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NKEDS
DRESSMAKING Men's shirts a spe- V
cialty. Mrs. D'arling and Mrs.
Woods. "Phone 182. 30-tf
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. Private en-
trance Annlv C C Brvant -805
! Tuscawilla. St.
29-tf
HTTAVAQ Vino l,Va r.ren
. V r
ior sale in crate lots, buitable Ior
jellies. Price $1.50 crate f. o. b.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesburg, Fla. 7-5-tf
FOR SALE Iron water tank, in
good order, COO gallon capacity,
'with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write to box 404,
Ocala.
; .. T T, . ,T
i 3xjil, une regisiereu jersey
bull two years old; three good
milk cows; e.;e female Airedale pup
three months old. See C. V. Swain
Anthony, Fla. 2-t
FOR RENT After August 5th, up upstairs
stairs upstairs furnished for light houses houses-keeping.
keeping. houses-keeping. Electric cook stove, city
and cistern water. Mrs. Mary Gil Gil-len,
len, Gil-len, 1 West 5th St. 8-2-6t
FOR SALE General merchandise
store, established twenty-five years,
4n good town and location. Fine op opportunity
portunity opportunity for real business man
with the cash. Address, "P" care
the Star. 2-t
do any, kind of plain sewing. Chil Children's
dren's Children's clothes a specialty. For in information
formation information or to leave orders phone
578. 3-lm
I am prepared
i to do your moving, long or short
.
ditsancp. Alo lpt me attpnn to mov
ing baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrey, phone 434. 4-tf
FISH DEALERS A lot of old news news-papers
papers news-papers for wrapping can be had at
the Star office at a low price if
taken at onca. 3t
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Under and by virtue of the final de decree
cree decree rendered in that certain cause
vberein J. M. McDuffie is complainant.
- -7.
Morday, the 5th day of September,
, A. D. 1921
j the following described personal
! property in Marion county, Florida,
I to-wit:
I One bay, horse named Prince about
six years old; one single horse Stude-

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