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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight. Sunday local thundershowera. TEMPERATURES Thia morning, 70. This afternoon. 80.
VOL. 27 OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6,1 92 1 so. J 85
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A THIRD OF A
BILLION FELL OFF
Secretary Mellon Informs Congress
Business Depression Causes Great
All EPOCH (HUG
EDUAI nVAII MS
SMALL III OEM!
. (Associated Press?)
Washington, Aug. 6. A shrinkage
in three months of $330,000,000 in es estimated
timated estimated government income for this
fiscal year based on the present reve revenue
nue revenue law. disclosed by the statement
recently presented to the ways and
means committee by Secretary Mellon
was caused by a falling off in internal
revenue attributed to business depres depression.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Aug. 6. Normal tem temperatures,
peratures, temperatures, partly cloudy weather with
scattered thunder showers is the fore forecast
cast forecast for Fiorida for the week begin beginning
ning beginning Sunday.
FLAGSHIP OF THE
Los Angeles, Aug. 6. The world's
most powerful sea fighting craft, the
' superdreadnaught Maryland, will soon
become flagship of the Pacific fleet,
according to information received bji
base officers here. In every respect the
Maryland is the latest achievement of
American naval Architecture, and ac according
cording according to armament, naval officers
say, it should be ableTo put any other
fighting unit out of commission.
Sixteen-inch guns, eight of them,
the largest ever mounted on a battle battleships
ships battleships form the major battery of this
great engine of war. These mammoth
guns are ; located In four turrets of
two guns each, and fire a shell weigh weighing
ing weighing 2100 pounds for a distance of
more than twenty miles. These guns
are fifty-seven feet in length, and for
each full charge approximately 480
pounds of powder is required.
The secondary battery consists of
fourteen five-inch guns, carried for
"use against torpedo boats, subma submarines
rines submarines and -small craft. In addition the
Maryland has four three-inch anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft guns, a three-inch landing
gun, six thirty-caliber machine guns
and two under-water torpedo tubes
, forNlJring the largest and longest
range torpedoes. ..
The Maryland was launched March
20, 1920, and recently completed speed
trials off the Virginia capes. The tech technical
nical technical description follows: Length, "624
i feet; beam, 97 feet; draft, 30 feet;
weight, 32,000 tons, speed, 21 knots;
propellers, four; shaft -horsepower,
30,000; oil capacity, 1,400,000 gallons;
oil-burning boilers, eight. It was
built with "quarters to house a commander-in-chief,
and the navy depart department
ment department recently decided it should be
flagship of the Pacific fleet instead of
the California, which has been assign assigned
ed assigned to replace the New Mexico as Pa Pacific
cific Pacific flagship.
Three more vessels of the Maryland
type will be the Colorado, Washington
and West Virginia, underconstruc underconstruc-tion.
Miss Rhoda Thomas left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a few days' visit with friends
EPIDEMIC OF MURDER
ON THE INCREASE
i (Associated Press)
Corbin, Ky., Aug. 6. Richard Mc Mc-Hargue
Hargue Mc-Hargue of this place killed his mother,
wife and stepdaughter at their home
here late last night and then killed
himself. The bodies were found this
vLos Angeles, Aug. 6. John B. Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, an insurance broker, was shot
and killed here late last night as he
was entering his summer cottage at
Beverly Hills, an exclusive residential
suburb. Mrs. Madeline Oberchain, of
Evanston, 111., who was with him at
the time, was held as a material wit witness.
ness. witness. I
RETURNING TO. WASHINGTON
Lancaster, N. II., Aug. 6. Presi President
dent President and' Mrs. Harding left by auto automobile
mobile automobile this morning for Poland
Springs, Maine, and tonight will board
the Mayflower at : Portland for their
return to Washington. The Mayflower
will sail about 10 o'clock.
" 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
The Russian Border Monday, Accord According
ing According to a Message Received in
' London this Afternoon
London, Aug. 6. All American
prisoners in Moscow and Petrograd
will be sent across the Russian border
by Monday at the latest, according to
a message received here today by
Walter L. Brown, European director
of the American relief administration,
from the chairman of the Russian re relief
lief relief committee.
ICECREAM SODA INVENTED
IN A THUNDERSTORM
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 6. A summer
thunder, shower 41 years ago resulted
in the "invention" of the ice cream
soda, according to Fred Sanders Jr.,
of Detroit; whose grandfather, Fred
Sanders, claimed the distinction' of
having discovered this American in institution.
stitution. institution. :
Speaking of his grandfather's dis discovers
covers discovers Mr. Sanders said:
"Forty years ago the American peo people"
ple" people" regarded ice cream much as the
lily that could not be painted. At that
time, they 'took it straight.' Syrups
were in general use in drink concoc concoctions
tions concoctions but the ice cream sundae and its
many near relatives were Unknown.
Carbonated w,ater was used by the
soda dispensers in a popular drink
known as sweet" cream soda. Its chief
ingredient was sweet cream, direct
from the farm.
"The thunderstorm that brought
about my grandfather's discovery
came in, the summer of 1880. He was
conducting a soft drink parlor and the
storm caused the sweet cream he had
intended for sodas to sour. Just after
the storm passed a wedding party
dropped in and my grandfather vol volunteered
unteered volunteered to experiment until he found
a substitute drink. He tried several
drinks and finally concocted one al almost
most almost identical with the ice cream
soda of today.
"Members of the party liked the
new drink so well that it became pop popular
ular popular within a short time and soon all
dealers were making the sodas."
MISS CLARKE SEEMS
EASY IN HER MIND
Orlando, Aug. 6. There were no
further developments in the Milti Milti-more
more Milti-more case today. While Miss Clarke
seems in an easy frame of mind and
willing to converse freely on general
matters, she refrained from discussing
Miltimore's death or ,the postoffice
robbery. Attorneys for Patterson,
Miss Clarke's chauffeur, today insti instituted
tuted instituted habeas corpus proceedings for
his release. The judge announced a
hearing would be held Tuesday.
FOUR SOLDIERS WHO
HAD NEVER FOUGHT
It's a safe bet that the four men
who are referred to in the following
had never been under fire:
New York, Aug. 5. An army truck
drew up to 183 'East Kinney street,
t Newark, yesterday afternoon, and one
of four soldiers in the truck shouted
to several boys playing in front of the
"Does Bufanio live here?"
The boys told them that Fortunato
Rnfanin lived in the house with his
Ifamily, but that none of the family1
was at home at the timd.
The soldiers then backed the truck
to the curb and carried to the porch
of the house a coffin draped with the
American flag. "
"What floor do they live on?' ask asked
ed asked the spokesman of the soldiers.
The. coffin was carried into the
ground floor hall, but when the sol soldiers
diers soldiers found that the stairway seemed
to present difficulties one of them
said: "Let's leave it out on the porch,"
and hurried off in the truck.
Bufanio returned home about two
hours later and found a crowd of
neighbors- angrily commenting on the
behavior of the soldiers in their treat treatment
ment treatment of the body of his son, Silveno,
who was killed while fighting with
the 312th Infantry in the Argonne.
Yoa are going to buy a; HAR HAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' HAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH save mtfney. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf
"Hoodoo" chases ants. Fresh supply
just in at Whittington's. Phone 377. 2t
Lively Gives the Newspapers His
Reason for Shooting Sid
Welch, West Va.. Aug. 6. Self Self-defense
defense Self-defense is the claim of C. E. Lively,
the Baldwin Flats detective, held un under
der under bond in connection with the shoot shooting
ing shooting and killing of Sid Hatfield and Ed
Chambers, in a statement to newspa newspaper
per newspaper men today.
"I regret having had to shoot either
one of these men," Lively said, "but
it is a-case of self-defense, pure and
Lively told of the approach of Hat Hatfield
field Hatfield and Chambers. "Sid said some something
thing something to Ed I couldn't hear. They
stepped apart and both men pulled
guns. As they did so I jumped to my
feet and pulled mine. Sid fired at me
and I immediately fired back. I had
two pistols and was using both. Sid
staggered and fell as did Chambers
SALTS OF BONDS
SOLID AND SQUARE
. Mr. T. P. Denham, vice president
Of the Atlantic National Bank of
Jacksonville, and Mr. Francis Chil Childress,
dress, Childress, a bond expert of the same bank,
were here Friday, conferring with the
Marion county bankers and county
commissioners about the road bonds.
au me mue lecnmcauues are smoom-1
eel out. now, and money is on tap when whenever
ever whenever wanted for road wprk.4
TAMPA BANKERS ISSUE
WARNING AGAINST. FAKE
-Tampa, Aug. 6. Declaring that
"owing to the prosperity of this sec section
tion section there has been attracted to South
Florida a large number of profession professional
al professional stock salesman, who are offering td
the public various stocks of question questionable
able questionable value, in many instances," the
Tampa Clearing House Association
and affiliated banks is publishing in
the local newspapers advertisements
"to warn the public against making
investments in any stock without first
consulting with some responsible
ban kand ascertaining reliable infor information
mation information respecting thet proposed' ven venture."
ture." venture." The clearing house associationJias
invited other banks in South Florida
"to join with us in our efforts to pro protect
tect protect the public against the numerous
doubtful sichemes now offered thruout
South Florida by professional stock
Miss Catherine Parnell has conclud concluded
ed concluded a pleasant three weeks' visit in the
city at the home of her cousins, Misses
Theo and Nellie Wallis and Mr. Tom
Wallis, leaving this morning for her
home in .Savannah.
The auction sale pulled off by Mr.
W. L. Gray at the Tompkins garage
today attracted quite a numbers of
buyers. Mr. William Littledale was
the purchaser of the Maxwell car.
Among the visitors here yetserday
was Sheriff S. C. M. Thomas, Ocala,
who was en route to Fort Dade with
Henry Gaston, said to be a deserter,
and who was recently arrested in the
Marion county capital. He was a wel welcome
come welcome caller around the courthouse.
According to a message from the
war department, Sheriff Thomas did
Gaston as well as his associates a fa fa-for
for fa-for by making him a prisoner. Gaston
is suffering from tuberculosis and an another
other another contagious disease and -will be
sent to a hospitaL
Dr. G-eorge Dame of the State
Board of .Health, with headquarters
in Jacksonville, was in town yester yesterday
day yesterday and today.
Mr. Cm. W. Martin is in off the road
for a few days at home.
"Grandma" Perkins' birthday falls
on Sunday this year, but that will not
hinder a large number of her relatives
visiting her at the old home place at
Lynne und wishing her many happy
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.
H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Photographs and Documents in Fac
Simile Flashed Across the Sea
Today from American to
Annapolis, Aug. 6. The transmis transmission
sion transmission of photographs and written docu documents
ments documents in fac simile across the ocean
by wireless has been accomplished.
Two successful tests of the epoch epoch-making
making epoch-making invention were made within
the last three days at the powerful
radio station here, a photograph and
written message having been sent to
Malmaison, the French radio station.
Another Marion county ex-service
man has passed away. Henry Shiv Shiv-vers
vers Shiv-vers Jr., of Sumerfield, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Shiwers of that place,
died yesterday at the United States
public health service hospital at
Greenville, S. C. The body is expect expected
ed expected to arrive at Summerfield early to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning. The funeral will
take place sometime Monday either at
Summerfield or at Oxford. Marion
County Post No. 27 of the American
Legion has been asked to take charge
of the funeral services.
NO PRIZE FIGHTS
Philadelphia, Aug. 6. The propos
ed bout between Jack Johnson and
Harry Wills, negro heavyweights, has
been barred here. Director of Public
Safety Cortelyou declares that John Johnson
son Johnson cannot box in Philadelphia as long
as he holds office.
WILLING TO COME IN
OUT OF THE WET
Tokio, Aug. 6. Japan has agreed
to November 11th as the date for be
ginning the disarmament conference
in Washington, as suggested by the
United States, according to this morn morning's
ing's morning's dispatches.
INEFFICIENCY WINS OUT
Washington, Aug. 6. The cost of
labor allowance to the railroads for
the six months guarantee period fol following
lowing following government control will in include
clude include only increased wages and not
the alleged "inefficiency of labor" fac
tors, under a decision handed down to
day by the Interstate Commerce Com
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter, with Tom
Harris as their accomplice, saw to it
that we had a really truly dinner to today.
day. today. We haven't time to eat dinners,
as a rule, and at luncheon time hie us
to a restaurant, wrap our hindlegs
around the single support of a stool
and absorb soup like a sponge suck sucking
ing sucking water out of a bowl. Today, how however,
ever, however, while desperately trying to read
a proof and write a telegraph head at
the same time, in came a boy with a
waiter heavily loaded and daintily
wrapped in white napery. There was
coffee, cream and sugar, rice, potatoes,
eggbread, butter and, best of all, two
beautiful trout, cooked just right and
if you don't believe we can edit a pa paper
per paper with one hand and eat with the
other you should see us on some such
occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Carter and
Tom had been to the lake and caught
a bunch of splendid fish, such as it
would have filled Izaak Walton with
rapture to pull in. We should have a
fish dinner every day to recuperate
our failing brain power."
Mr. William Hood of Tampa is
spending his vacation in the city with
friends. Mr. Hood was formerly of
Ocala and was with Company A when
it went to the border. He also served
thru the world war. His firends are
wiving him a cordial welcome.
"Aladdin" thermol ware bottles, half
gallon and gallon sizes at pre-war
prices. Court Pharmacy. 5-t
There's no extra chargt for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
"Sweet Dreams" will insure you a
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. 6-t
Of Carl Wanderer's Murderous Plot,
It was Learned in Chicago
Chicago, Aug. 6. The ragged
stranger for whose murder Carl Wan Wanderer
derer Wanderer is under sentence to be hanged
was given a name today, Mrs. Nellie
Ryan saying the body was that of her
son, Edward Ryan, age 24. The wom woman
an woman said she had known for some
months that the body was that of her
son but she and her daughters had
kept the secret for reasons of their
OFF, FOR MORE MULES
Mr. Charles F. Lawrence (Uncle
Charlie) left Friday for Tennessee
and Kentucky, where he will buy sev several
eral several car loads of mules for the Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence & Goode stables, on Fort King
avenue. He is probably one of the
best posted live stock men in this sec section
tion section of the state, having been in the
game for a number of years, and his
vast experience has given him the
confidence of people who are buyers
of horses and mules.
Mr. Lawrence only returned about
two weeks ago from a buying trip,
but his purchases of that time have
already been disposed of, as the .de .demand
mand .demand far exceeded his anticipations.
Announcement of his return will be
made in the advertising columns of
. OF CURLEVS APPODJTMENT
Washington, Aug. 6. Official an announcement
nouncement announcement of thev appointment of
Bishop Curley of St. Augustine as
archbishop of Baltimore, succeeding
the late Cardinal Gibbons, was receiv received
ed received today by Catholic officials here.
Press dispatches from Rome last
month said the St. Augustine bishop
had been chosen but th official an announcement
nouncement announcement was delayed on account
of certain formalities.
Mr." and Mrs. R. L. McCarley and
daughter, Jane of West Palm Beach,
will pass thru Ocala Monday "in their
car en route to their home after a
month's visit with relatives at Board Board-man
man Board-man and in Ocala with Mr. McCar McCar-ley's
ley's McCar-ley's brother, Mr. F. W. Cook, and
family. Mr. John Cook accompanied
by Mr. Edward Buhrman will also
motor to West Palm Beach with the
party, driving back the car of his
grandfather, the late Mr. Benjamin
Cook, who died while en route on an
automobile trip to Asheville, N. C.
Acompanying the party to West Palm
Beach will be little Miss Rapley Gok,
who has been a winsome visitor for
the past month at the home of her
uncle, Mr. F. W. Cook and family.
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe will leave
Aug. 10th for Jacksonville, where Mrs.
Weihe wil take the Clyde line steam steamer
er steamer Lenape for New York to visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Dr. Weihe will go to Newport
News to visit his brother, F. E. Weihe
for a short time, after which he will
join his wife in New York. While in
New York Dr. Weihe will take a post postgraduate
graduate postgraduate course with the American
Institute of Optometry.
Friends of Wilbury Gary will regret
to hear that he is suffering with a
broken arm, but a teelgram from the
physician at Camp Sapphire, where
Wilbus is. announces that he is get getting
ting getting along all right. w
Frank Gadson leaves tonight for
his semi-annual busing -tour to the
eastern markets for his fall and win winter
ter winter supplies for the Bazaar store.
Frank has been in the mercantile bus business
iness business for the past thirty-five years
and in these years has always made
two or three trips a year to the mar market.
ket. market. As a consequence he generally
keeps well up with all the late
"wrinkles" in novelties as well as
staples in his lines.
Thomas Handley of .this eity is re receiving
ceiving receiving the congratulations of his
friends upon hi3 recent success. Some
time ago, Thomas commenced work as
messenger boy for the Postal Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph company here and m a very
short time has mastered the are of
telegraphy and proving responsible
and efficient he' soon won the confi confidence
dence confidence of his superiors and he has been
appointed to the position of operator
for the Crystal River office.
It Now Remains' to be Seen Whether
the Sheriff of Sagaraon County
has Any Nerve
Chicago, Aug. 6. Governor Small
announced here today he would return
to Springfield Tuesday. Sheriff Mes Mes-ter
ter Mes-ter of Sangamon county, holds war
rants at bpnngfield for the fpovernor'a
arrest on charges of embelzzlement of
state funds while he was state treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. BROOKS VILLE SEES RATE
WAR BETWEEN BARBERS
Brooksville, Aue. 5. Whiskers
have disappeared from the faces of 1
me men or JBrooksville and the man
with unsightly hair because of failure
to have it trimmed has become a nov novelty.
elty. novelty. Safety razors have been dis discarded
carded discarded by those who "push in" their
own beard and the man who favored
the old fashioned blade has parked
that instrument along with his strop,
soap, brush and mug on the top shelf
behind the shoe polish. The local
barbers are at war.
Tonsorial parlors here for manv.
many months have charged forty
cents for a hair cut and twenty cents
for a shave. A new Bhop opened for
business one day last week and an
nounced pre-war prices, twenty-five
cents for a hair cut and fifteen cents
for a shave. Business at the other
shops fell off to such an alarming ex ex-tnt
tnt ex-tnt that their proprietors launched an
investigation. They discovered what
the trouble was and retaliated by re-
ducin ghair cuts to twenty cents and
shaves to ten cents.
No one has ventured to predict
what the outcome of the price war
will he but the competition has re resulted
sulted resulted in swamping each shep here herewith
with herewith business.'
PLUCKY FRENCH FARMERS
Paris, July 21. (Correspondence
Associated Press) Fifty farmers
from the canons of Anizy and Cotjey
in the devastated area of the Aisne
(northern France) are today the own
ers of agricultural implements given
to them as prizes by Miss Anne Mor
gan and Mrs. A. Murray Dike of the
American committee for devastated
France in recognition of efforts they
have made to restore their farms to
their pre-war state. The prize win winners
ners winners were selected by a jury of
French agriculturists from 110 en
tries in two agricultural competitions.
The first prize, a seed planted from
Louisville, Ky, was won by Albert
Delan and his wife, 68 and 58 years
old, respectively, peasants from Alle-
mant (Aisne) who, although their
fields were classed as "irreclaimable"
by the government, returned to their
farm, lived in a dugout and after two
years of hard labor succeeded in put putting
ting putting their entire farm under cultiva cultivation.
tion. cultivation. JINX OF ARTHUR
IS ON THE JOB
Tavares, Aug. 5. Arthur Davis,
who was involved in a gun fight in
front of the courthouse here several
weeks ago, was severely cut when
the blade of a portable buzz-saw ran
amuck here recently. Davis with sev several
eral several other men were operating the
saw at high speed when the frame framework
work framework gave way. As the blade cata catapulted
pulted catapulted from its frame it came in con contact
tact contact with the belt and was given mo momentum
mentum momentum on its flight. The blade
split in two a watch chain dangling
from the right hip pocket of Davis'
trousers and then bounded over and
struck him on the left leg causing an
abrasion eight inches long and four
Davis father was killed and his
brother kidnapped and beaten in the
courthouse fight which occurred when
the three men were attacked by sev several
eral several other men following a domestic
Mrs. Veal and daughter of Cotton
Plant, are visiting Mrs. L. C. Bell this
week. Citrus County Chronicle.
C E. Conner was in Ocala on busi business
ness business last Friday. Citrus County
Judge E. C May and Baxter Mor Morrison
rison Morrison visited Ocala Tuesday on busi business.
ness. business. Citrus County Chronicle.
To end your ant troubles just call
phone 377. 6-2t
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work here. With often twenty cars
to the block, they have to park at an
angle, or make the whole line move
to enable one car to get out in the
Thru the kindness of one of the
University's students, we have seen a
copy of "The Seminole," the annual of
Florida's greatest schooL It is an un unusually
usually unusually well gotten up book, and one
AN HARMONIOUS EVENT
The musical, under the' auspices of
class No. 22 of the M. E. Sunday
school, given at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. 6. M. Wilson last evening was
splendidly carried oat as published in
the Star, with the exception of two
numbers, which Mrs. Wilson kindly
supplied cm the victrola.
Pro grata numbers of instrumental
and vocal: selections, sketches and
that "we daresay any scholar who was
at the University will be glad to keep j readings were specially well rendered
1 Public officials
are sworn in and
The expression "still dry" should be
cut out of the language.
' Th question is, why did Police Chief
Vestal of Orlando keep Lena Clarke's
confession a secret for three days!
for a lifetime. The young editors evi evidently
dently evidently had ability of their own and
plenty in the school to draw on. The
book begins with fine illustrations of
the University buildings, well worth
keeping by any citizen of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville or anyone interested in the
school. There are good portraits of
Dr. Murphree and other members of
the faculty, members of the senior
class, with a neat little epigram for
each, pictures in groups of the juniors,
sophomores and freshmen, with quadruple-pictures
of the prettygirl spon
sors of each class. -Besides are pic pictures
tures pictures of the different societies, foot,
base and basket ball teams, the mili
tary organizations with their officers,
and a number of other good pictures.
Among the seniors are Chas. A. Sav Savage
age Savage Jr. and J. R, Moorhead. One page
is dedicated to the intelligent and
smiling faces of the Marion county
club C. A. Savage, president; Arthur
Crago, vice president; Tom Wallis,
secretary and treasurer; J. W. Haynes,
Leonard Todd, Earl Smith Leonard
Wesson, Marshall Cam, W. R. Pfeil,
Pat Gillen and James Melton. 'The
book was printed by the Pepper Print Printing
ing Printing Company of Gainesville, and is
rom a typographical as well as a lit
erary standpoint a fine piece of work.
More Americans are .being killed
and wounded annually by automobiles
than were killed and maimed by war.
But they get more fun out of auto-
mobiling. Plant City Courier..
Up to" the time the smash comes.
lampa Times inquires why men
make moonshine, when it is such a
dangerous and expensive business
.They make it out of pure meanness,
M Times. Ask us a hard one.
New York city is like an old sow.
As a general thing, she elects a gen
tleman for mayor once in eight years,
but between times she goes' back to
her wallow and rolls in the mire with
Congressman Drane wants another
federal judge for Florida. We don't
think those we have are overworked,
and why should Mr. Drane try-' to
create another office, for a republican
It is significant that the only wom
an in Congress, Mrs. Alice Robinson
is vigorously opposing the Sheppard
OP. . ... A 1 -1 m m
bune 1 ';
Alice knows what she
about.' ' :
The history of this country for the
last doaen years has shown, that
whisKy, wine and beer are greater
temptations for the young men than
moonshine; that the proportion o:
those who patronize the blind tiger is
small compared to that which passed
a large part of its time in the open
b oiks have become accustomed to
the curb line parking of cars now and
most, of them agree that it is a fine
thing.; There is one advantage any
way. It is less dangerous to the lives
of people crossing Main street between
corners than was the angle parking
ordinance. Leesburg Commercial.
That curb line plan may do for a
small town, but we found it wouldn'
s vw u EvflK oee.OB.TS moo
QiJITE. A FEW PUfcUOS
by Alma Townsend, Sara Scott, Ruth
Parker, Myrtle Mixon, Amy C Long,
Marguerite Condrey, Anna Burton,
va Broolcs, Frances and Virginia
Wagner, with Theresa Condrey. as
A vote of thanks was given to Mrs.
Wilson for her geenrous hospitality on
There in always an appreciative au
dience at these musicals, a similar
one which the class hopes to give next
The editor of ( the Star finds .his
name flatteringly included in a list of
the editors who are considered greater
than Warren G. Harding, in an article
in Charlie Jones' Observer. Said ar
ticle is mostly a string of abuse, little
of which is deserved, of Mr. Harding.
The political part of the criticism may
be partly deserved, but' the Marion
Star, beside being a very successful
paper, is one of President Harding's
personal affairs and the only place
it occupies in public matters is when
it says something worthy of public
note. We have seen a good many
articles of considerable merit taken
from it. So the next time Mr. Jones
wants to write an abusive article
about another paper, whose' proprie
tor he differs with in politics, we hope
he will leave our name out; all the
more so from the fact that he twists
part of his screed into one of his cus
tomary attacks on the Times-Union
with which paper the btar has no
quarrel, altho it differs from it on
many things. Some of these days
when Charlie is thinking about Hard
ing or the T.-U., he will bite himself,
and then we fear he will go rabid sure
Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star
should not be sad because a content
porary has disappointed him. We ye
been disappointed in ancestors, and
have a feeling that some generations
ahead will not live entirely up to our
expectation. -Tampa Tribune. :
Said contemporary is 100per cent
in its editorial department, but its
business ideas, in our opinion, are
somewhat similar to those of a pick
pocket. "" '' '':
is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection here all -the
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Mrs. P. V. Leavengood entertained
at a two-table auction party yester
day afternoon in compliment to her
sister, Mrs. L. M. Jones Jr. of Mil-
edgeville, Ga., who is spending a
month in the,, city. The games were
enjoyed on the comfortable porch of
the Leavengood home, and further en
hancing its attractiveness was the
artistic arrangement of quantities of
cut flowers and potted plants.
After several hours of enjoyment
at this always fascinating game, Mrs.
Leavengood served a delectable sup supper
per supper course consisting of frozen fruit
salad, sandwiches, crackers, olives,
ice tea, etc, to her guests, who were
Mrs. Jones, Mrs. R. J. Perkins, Mrs.
C. E. Simmons and Misses Theo Wal
lis, Catherine Parnell' of Savannah,
Venita Vickers, Ruth Simmons, Louise
Spencer and Alice Sexton.
There wer two prizes, boxes of
handkerchiefs, and one was given the
honoree as a memento of the occas
ion and one for high score, which was
made, by the honoree, but who gra
ciously divided the prive among the
two visitors. Misses Parnell and Vick Vickers
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
R, M. PERRY
The Star deeply regrets to hear of
the death of Mr. R. M. Perry, for
years' an excellent citizen of Marion
county. Mr. Perry was foreman on
this section of the Atlantic Coast Line,
until he 'found the work too heavy for
his strength. Then he tried farming,
but his household was broken up by
the death of his estimable wife. He
then spent some time in St. Augustine
with his brother, the sheriff of St.
Johns county, but every once in a
while came over here to see his
friends. He died in Atlanta and his
remains were brought to Gainesville
for burial. Mr. Perry was a good
man and citizen, and he and his wife
were held in high esteem by their
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Coffrrigrbt, Tba EoeiM-ifatriU CaaMf
CHAPTER I. Jane Hardier 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 strong-mjnaed spinster. Miss Higgiesby Higgiesby-Browiie,
Browiie, Higgiesby-Browiie, into financing an expedition to
hunt for buried treasure on Leeward
Island. Her aic-. Virginia Harding, un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to. stop her, gets on the vessel
n gaged for the hunt, and in the confu confu-Jiion
Jiion confu-Jiion is unwillingly carried along.
'CHAPTER II. By no means concealing
Jtker distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its members, Virginia makes
the acquaintance of the Honorable Cuth Cuth-toert
toert Cuth-toert Vane, and is somewhat impressed.
CHAPTER III Talking with Dugald
Shaw, the leader of the expedition, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia very frankly expresses her views,
practically accusing Shaw and the other
members oj 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 Mi.'s Jane Harding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTER 'IV. Landing on the Island
Is a matter of some difficulty, Virginia
being carded ashore in the arms of Cuth-
. beit Vane, to her disquietude. The land landing,
ing, landing, however, is safely effected.
CHAPTER V. I jed by Miss Higglesby Higglesby-Browne,
Browne, Higglesby-Browne, the party draws up an agree agreement,
ment, agreement, whereby Virginia Harding is barred
from participation in the profits of the
expedition. Believing the whole thing to
be a fraud, Virginia is not greatly wor worried.
ried. worried. Cuthbert Vane alone votes against
the exclusion of Virginia.
Tne uonny- La-5?;? cruised nortn along
the coast, the passenger desiring to
put in at Panama in the hope that
word might reach him there of quiet
er times at home. But somewhere oft
Ecuador on a dark and starless night
the merchant of Lima vanished .over .overboard
board .overboard "and what could you expect'
asked Captain Sampson in effect,
"when a lubber like him would staj
; on deck in a gale?" Strange to say
the merchant's body-servant met th
fate of the heedless also.
Shrugging his shoulders at the care'
lessness of passengers, Captain Samp
son bore away to Leeward island, per-
harm from ciirlnsitv to spe this nlrt
spoils of the sack of Guayaquil were
said to have been buried. Who knows
but that' he, too, was bent on treasure-
seeking? Be that as it may, the little
brig found her way into the bay. on the
northeast side of the island, where
she anchored. Water was needed, and
there is refreshment in tropic fruits
after a diet of salt horse and hard
tack. So -all hands had a 'holiday
ashore, where the captain did not dis
dain to join them. Only he went
apart, and had other occupation than
swarming up the palms for coco
One fancies, then, a moonless night,
a crew sleeping off double grog, gen
erously allowed them by the captain
cs Kruif niitHn r4V f inrv -Via V? rr t-i xj
.. a uvul uuLLiui: via. liuiu laic a-wuu.t
, Lass, In which were captain, mate,
and one Bill Ilalliwell, able seaman, a
man of mighty 'muscle; and as freight
an object large, angular and ponder
ous, so that the boat lagged heavily
beneath the rowers' strokes.
Later, Bill, the able seaman, grows
; presumptuous on the strength of
this excursion with his betters. It
is a word and a blow with the cap captain
tain captain of the Bonny Lass, and Bill is
. conveniently disposed of. Dead, as
well as living, he serves the purpose
f the captain, but of that later..
Away sailed the Bonny Lass, sailing
once for all out of the story. As for
Captain Sampson, there is a long gap
In his history, hazily filled by the
. story of his having' been lieutenant to
! Benito Bonito, and one of the two
survivors when Bonito's black flag
was brought down by the British frig frig-;
; frig-; ate Espiegle. But sober history
knows nothing of hira until he reap
pears years .later, an aged and broken
man, In a back street of Bristol
Here was living a certain Hopper Hopper-down,
down, Hopper-down, who had been boatswain on the
Bonny Lass at the time that she so
regrettably lost her passengers over overboard.
board. overboard. He saw and recognized his. old
skipper hobbling along the Bristol
quays, and perhaps from pity took the
shabby creature home with him.
Hopperdown dealt in sailors' slops,
, and had a snug room or two behind
the shop. Here for a while the for former
mer former Captain Sampson dwelt, and af
ter a swift illness here he died. With
' the hand of death upon him, his grim
lips at last gave up their secret. With
stiffening fingers he traced a rough
map, to refresh Hopperdown's mem memory
ory memory after the lapse of time since
either had seen the wave-beaten cliffs
of Leeward island. For Captain
Sampson had never been able to re-
turn to claim the treasure which he
had left to Bill HalliweU's silent
guardianship. If he had, indeed,
sailed with Bonito, he had kept his
secret from his formidable command commander.
er. commander. Even as he had dealt with Bill
Halliwell, so might Bonito deal by him
-or at least the lion's share must be
yielded to the pirate captain. And
the passion of Captain Sampson's life
had come to be his gold his hidden
hoard on far-off Leeward Island. It
was his, now, all his. The only other
. who knew its hiding place., his for
mer male, nar.been" KlTTta th Havana
in a tavern brawl. The secret of the
bright unattainable treasure was all
the captain's own. He dreamed of
the doubloons, gloated over them,
longed for them with a cea.eless
gnawing passion of desire. And In
the end he died, In Hopperdown's lit little
tle little shop in the narrow Bristol by bystreet.
street. bystreet. Hopperdown, an aging man himself,
and In his humble way contented, fell
straightway victim to the gold-virus.
He sold all he had, and bought pas passage
sage passage in a sailing ship for Valparaiso,
trusting that once so far on the way
he would find means to accomplish the
rest. But the raging of the fever in
his thin old blood brought him to his
bed, and the ship sailed without him.
Before she was midway in the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Hopperdown was dead.
The old man died in the house of a
niece, to whom by way of legacy he
left his map.' For years the map lay
among other papers in a drawer, and
here It was at length discovered by
her son, himself a sailor. He learned
from her its history, and having been
In the Pacific, and heard the tales and
rumors that cling about Leeward
island like the everlasting surf of its
encompassing seas, this grand-nephew
of old Hopperdown's, by name David
Jenkins, became for the rest of his
days a follower of the Ignis fatuus.
All his restless, hungry life he spent
In wandering up and down the, seas,
ever on the watch for some dimly im imagined
agined imagined chance by which he might come
-at the treasure. And so at last he
wandered into the London hospital
where he died.
And to me the wildest feature of the
whole wild tale was that at the last
he should have parted with the cher cherished
ished cherished secret of a lifetime' to Miss
In a general way, every one of us
knew his history. Even I had had an
outline of It from Cuthbert Vane.
But fo far nobody had seen the map.
And now we were to see it: the time
that intervened before that great
event had already dwindled to min minutes,
utes, minutes, to seconds-
But jno ; for Miss Browne arose and
began to make a speech. The begin beginning
ning beginning of it dealt in a large and gener generalizing
alizing generalizing manner with comradeship and
loyalty, and the necessity of the prop proper
er proper mental attitude In approaching the
business we had in hand. I did not
listen closely. The truth is, J wanted
to see. that map. Under the spell of
the island, I had almost begun to
believe In' the chest of doubloons."
Suddenly I awoke with a start to
the fact that Miss Brown was talking
about me.' Yes, I,, indubitably, was
the Young Person whose motives in
attaching herself to the party' were
so at variance with the amity, and
mutual confidence which filled all oth other
er other breasts. It was I who had uttered
words that were palnfnl ad astound astounding
ing astounding to one conscious of unimpugnable
motives. In. the days of toil to come, J
we were reminded, the Young Person
to wit, myself, would have no share.
She would be but skeptic, critic, drone
in the busy hive. Thus it was obvi obvious
ous obvious that the Young Person .could not
with any trace of justice claim part
or lot in the treasure. Were it not
well, then, that the Young Person be
required to make formal and written
renunciation of all Interest in fhe
golden hoard soon to reward the faith
and enterprise of the Harding-Browne
expedition? Miss Browne' requested
the sense of the meeting on the mat matter.
ter. matter. Aunt. Jane was quivering, her
round eyes fixed on Miss Higglesby Higglesby-Browne
Browne Higglesby-Browne like a fascinated rabbit's on
a serpent. Mr. Hamilton xudds naa
pursed his lips to an inaudible whis-'
tie, and alternately regarded the sum summits
mits summits of the palms and stole swift fer
ret-glances at the faces of the com
pany. Mr. Vane had remained for
some time in happy unconsciousness
of the significance of Miss Browne's
oration. It was something to see it
gradually penetrate to his perceptions,
vexing the alabaster brow with a faint
wrinkle of perplexity, then suffusing
his cheeks with agonized and indig indignant
nant indignant blushes. 'Oh, I say, really, you
know!" hovered in unspoken protest
on his tongue. He threw imploring
looks at Mr. Shaw, who alone of all
the party sat imperturbable, except
for a viciously bitten lip.
Miss Higglesby-Browne had drawn
a deep breath, preparatory to resum resuming
ing resuming her verbal ramble, but I sprang to
"Miss Browne," I said. In tones less
coldly calm than I could have wished,
"if you have thought it necessary te
to orate at this length merely to
tell me that I am to have no share
in this ridiculous treasure of yours,
you have wasted a. good deal of en energy.
ergy. energy. In the first place, I don't be believe
lieve believe in your treasure. (Which, of
course, despite my temporary lapse, I
really didn't.) "I think you are sil
lier than any grown-up people I ever
saw. In the second place, anything
you do find you are welcome to keep.
Do you think I came along with peo people
ple people who didn't" pvant me, and have
turned my aunt against me, for the
sake of filthy lucre? Did I come in
tentionally at all, or because I was
shanghaied and couldn't help myself?
Aunt Jane! I demanded, turning t
my stricken relative, who was gazing
In anguish and doubt from Miss
Browne to me, "haven't you one spark
left of family prideI don't talk ef
affection any longer -that you sit still
and hear me made speeches at In this
fashion? Have you grown so sordid
and grasping that you can think of
nothing but this blood-stained pirate
Aunt Jane burst into tears.
"Good gracious, Virginia, she
wailed, "how shock Id g of jou, to say
rucn Clings: x am sure we au
along very pleasantly until you came
and in that dreadfully sudden way.
You might at least have been consid considerate
erate considerate enough to wire beforehand.
It was Impossible to feel that these
remarks helped greatly to clear the
situation. I opened my mouth, but
Miss Browne was beforehand with me.
"Miss Virginia Harding has herself
admitted that she has no just or
equitable claim to participate In the
profits of this expedition I believe I
give the gist of your words, Miss
"Have It your own way," I said,
"I move,' then, Mr. Secretary
Miss Browne Inclined her head In a
stately manner toward Mr. Tubbs
"that you offer for Miss Virginia
Harding's signature the document pre prepared
pared prepared by you.
"Oh, I say!" broke out Mr. Vane
suddenly, I call this rotten, you
"In case of objection by any per person.
son. person. said Miss Browne loftily, "the
matter may be put to a vote. All
those in favor say aye!
. An irregular fire of ayes followed,
Mr. Shaw said briefly, "I think the
distribution of the treasure, if any
I recovered, should be that agreed
Trxn by the original members of the
C. V., Roberts
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! Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
"The Fashion Center"
ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF
Consisting of Tricotines, Poiret Twills
and Canton Crepes
The latest in Style and Price, they are
40 to 50 per cent Lower
than last year, for frocks of
of similar quality
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
Mr. D. E. Mclver and daughters,
Mrs. W. J. Frink and her daughter,
Betty and Miss Frances Mclver leave
the first of the week for their auto-
: mobile trip thru North Carolina, after
which Mr. Mclver, Mrs. Frink and lit-
1 tie Betty 'will proceed to Hot Springs,
Ark., and Miss Frances will enter
" school in North Carolina.
"Hoodoo" chases ants. Fresh supply
just in at Whittington's. Phone 377. 2t
Mrs. L. R. Chazal, son and daugh daughters,"
ters," daughters," Mr. 'John Chazal and 'Misses
Charlotte and Anita Chazal, left this
morning for Daytona Beach, where
Mrs. Chazal and daughters will spend
two weeks. Mr. John Chazal will re return
turn return tomorrow. They are making the
trip by automobile.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found 'at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Carry Store. 807 South Lime
Mrs. R. S. Hall has returned home
from a visit to her mother at Virginia
i Several exceptional bargains
'rugs and art squares if sold at once.
iTheus Brothers. "Phone 19. 23-lm
Ceo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRAPE PAINT
P Bring us your x
H and Auto Repairing
. Satisfaction Guaranteed i
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
& Orange St.
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
e and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed .................. $1.00
Cars Polished ......... .50
HOT, DIZZY FEELING
AtksU'Ladj't Ucccrortabls tsl
Annoying cati&a Relieved,
She Says, by CarcSd.
Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
Young, of 28 East Alexander Street,
this city, says: "After entering wo womanhood,
manhood, womanhood, I suffered so much with
womanly weakness. My back ached.
I would have, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed to go to my head.
Even my shoulders would hurt, and it
made me very dizzy and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. "When the blood would flow to
my head I suppose that was what It
was I would faint and feel so weak.
"1 couldn't do my work. I had a
good position, and this was surely
annoying as well as embarrassing. I
would usually have to go home and
go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly.
"i heard of Cardui, and my mother
bought It for me. It was the first and
only medicine that ever did me any
good for this trouble."
Dizziness, headache, cldeache, back backache,
ache, backache, tired-out, feeling and other dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable symptoms are often signs ot
womanly troubles. Thousands ot wo women
men women who formerly suffered from these
and similar ailments have found Car Cardui
dui Cardui a very, valuable remedy.
Cardui la composed only of pure,
vegetable ingredients which hava long
been recognized as of medicinal valae
In the treatment of many diseases aad
disorders peculiar to women,
Tour druggist sella It IJO-HJ
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Hand Tailored Suits
Made to yoar Measure J
iooo Gu i ran teed Fabrics to
select from: Styles are abso-
lately correct. Price, Quality, J
Workm.ii.ship and Lasting
Satisfaction is our Motto.
We challenge any firm to J
make you a suit of quality as
cheap as we will. :
J. A. Chandler :
Second Floor Thompson Build-
ing, Opposite Harrington Hall J
SEE R!E FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work i Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
"The Stucco Man
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors. Em ba Inters
3. B. Overton, Mgr.
Called For and Delivered
Special Attention to
G. C. GREENE Plume 435
Opp. Marion Hardware
Miss Sarah Agnew has returned to
Ocala to complete her visit with her
brother-thvlaw and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Carstens. Miss Agnew came
to Ocala a month ago for a visit but
was only in the city a few days when
she was called to Jacksonville on' a
professional case. Miss Agnew being
a trained nurse.
White Ring self-rising flour 12 lb.
sack 70c.; 24 lb. sack $ 1.35, at Har Hargrove's,
grove's, Hargrove's, 807 S. Lime St. 3-tf
Mr. E. I Stapp, formerly of this
city, now of Miami and his brother,
Mr. R. D. Stapp came up from the
Matrix fSfv tn oftenH tllA Oxford tic-
nic, August 4th, Oxford being 4heir
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
MrtlaK f City Caiaril fr
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,;
W.tYi a dollar's worth nf VitTiPi crrrw.
cries for cash. Saturday and Monda, IcUrSxSiZtoi
only. Phone 377. on AugTist 16th, 1921. at 8 o'clock id. jiu.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON. jthe Council wHl sit lor the jmrpose of
0 '. hearing uch .rgTrnents a may be
rr, , made touching upon the budget of the
The executive board of the Worn- City of to ior the
an's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian ; fiscal year commencing October 1st,
church will meet Monday afternoon at j 1921 which said .budget follows:
the church at four o'clock.
A'ANTED, LOST, r'OUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NKEDS
Let us exchange your old furniture L,
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm
BUDGET CITY OP OCALA 1921-2
5oliee court .
on deposits .
returned ; Market and
Mrs. S. A. Standley and
Cranford Standley, have
home from Jacksonville, where 'the! paVtneent
latter underwent a serious oneration. i Gas
but is getting along nicely and in a
short time will be entirely well again,
which will be good news to the many!
friends of this family.
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
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. L. M. Jones
and Misses Alice Sexton and Louise
Spencer left this morning in Mrs.
Leavengood's car for a week-end visit
to Daytona Beach.
inspection Plumbing-inspection fees
County road tax
Cash on hand...
DKESSMAKING Mn's shirts a spe specialty.
cialty. specialty. Mrs. Darling and Mrs.
j Woods. Phone 132. 30-tf
j FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
j five-room apartment. Private en-
trance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 805
Tuscawilla St. 29-tf
GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin guavas
i for sale in crate lots. Suitable for
j 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
Light and Water
Fun4 to General
Fund (being the
amount of Inter Interest
est Interest and Sinking
Fund on Light
and Water Bond
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
Mr. W. W. Stripling left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Tampa to make the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of his young grandson, N. P.
Bryan III., who arrived the first of the
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.
P. Bryan Jr.
HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL
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
Mrs. Mary Howard of Fort McCoy,
has been in the city on a visit to her
son-in-la wand daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone ldo. 28-tf
Mr. J. M. Harrelson of Summerfield
was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Brown of Summerfield was a
visitor in town yesterday.
To end vour ant troubles just call
phone 377. 5-2t
Farm 'views, landscapes and home
scenes. Eugene A. Revels, over Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala. tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket foi $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
and costs ....
Jr. i pound
Labor ... i
Salary and mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous .
Lteht. water and
R EST ROOM
FOR SALE Iron water tank, In
good order, 600 gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write to box 404,
FOR SALF, One registered Jersey
bull two years old; three good
milk cows; one female Airedale pup
three months old. See C. V. Swain,
Anthony, Fla. 2-6t
FOR RENT After August 5th, up up-stairs
stairs up-stairs furnished for light house-
keeping. Electric cook. stove, city
j and cfstern water. Mrs. Mary Gil Gil-6,020.00
6,020.00 Gil-6,020.00 ; h?n 1 West 5th St. 8-2-6t
FOR SALF, General merchandise
store, established twenty-five years,
in good town and location. Fine op opportunity
portunity opportunity for real business man
with the cash. Address, "P," care
the Star. 2-6t
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
- Mr. Charles Hardee, formerly with
the Star and for the last twelve
months in the navy, reached home
yesterday from New Orleans for a
visit with, his relatives and friends
RAILROAD SGHED E
j on civic cen-
I ter lot
I af Flnaa
of Trade .
Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. I 4-tf
Mrs. E. G. Lindner, son and daugh daughter
ter daughter left this afternoon for Pennsyl
vania, where they will visit relatives
until October. Dr. Lindner accom accompanied
panied accompanied his family as far as Jackson
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.
Mr. Francis Childress of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, was a business visitor in the city
yesterday and today and while here
was a guest at the home of his aunt,
Mrs. W. A.. Knight. Mr. Childress is
with the Atlantic National Bank of
Jacksonville, and has on several occas occasions
ions occasions visited his aunt here and made
many friends who are always glad to
Arrival and departure of passenger
m rf- a w a tfrTAT i rv a mtv
i crams at ulala uimiu aiAiiu.
:l ho fillnuMTicr srhMinla n criirps nil h-
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15am Tampa-. t
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
! -Rfl nm Tamna-Manatee 1:35 Dm
jt :05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am JacksonviUe-NTTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
i 10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Alon-av, Wednesday, rlday.
Tw-baay. Thursday. Saturday.
Increase your sales. JLdvertlam
1 This it a Studebatar year.
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, $2 a
week; furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, $13 a month. Apply to
Mrs. J. F. Pedrick. 34 N. Sanchez
SEWING The sewing circle of the
Catholic church will take orders to
j do any kind of plain sewing. Chil
dren's clothes a specialty. For in information
formation information or to leave orders phone
578. 3.1 m
HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
i to do your moving, long or short
i ditsance. Also let me attend to mov
ing baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrey, phone 434. 4-tf
Total for Epartrrvents of
Public Safety. -Health.
Justice and Finance $ 70,878.36
Sewer Bonds ....
Light Bonds .
General Bonds ..
Salary and misceL
expense 1.000 00
FISH DEALERS A lot of old news newspapers
papers newspapers for wrapping can be had at
the Star office at la .low price if
taken at once. 3t
LOST Black leather handbag with
black ribbon for handle. Contained
small purse with $40 to $50 in cash
and several war department docu documents
ments documents with my name on them. Suit Suitable
able Suitable reward will be paid for return
to W. C. Rogers, C04 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, or to Eliza Maning, Box 56,
Route 2, Micanopy, Fla. 6-3t
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
XrTICK OK MASTER'S SALE
1.00 f0 0
Total Estimated Expenses
for 1921-22 99.928.36
It H. C. SISTTRUXK, Cierk.
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
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
This is a Studebaker year.
Notice is hereby rlven that under and
by virtue of a final decree of foreclos foreclosure
ure foreclosure entered in that certain cause pend pending
ing pending in the circuit court of the fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial circuit of th- state of Florida, in
and for Marion county, in chancery, in
which Myrtice S. Clark, Joined by her
husband. J. V. Clark, is complainant,
and Kdtf-ard B. Sayae and Edith Ji
ava?e are defendants, of date Aug-ust
5th, A. I. 1921. I, the undersigned spe special
cial special master in chancery, appointed by
the said court to execute the irorls irorls-ions
ions irorls-ions of said decree, shall offer for sale
and ell to the aighevt and best bidder,
at public auction, for cash in band, in
front of the west door of Marion county
court hou.se, K-ala, Florida, on
1ad, yeptetafeer 5th, A. D. 1921
between the hours of II o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m.. the lands situated
in -Msfrion county, itate of Florida.
more particularly described as follows,
T.ie southwest quarter faw) of the
northwest quarter idw!) and north northwest
west northwest quarter (nw',4) of the southwest
). both in jection twenty-seven
27). township fifteen (15). S. ram?e
twenty-three (23), east; and also the
following land.: the east half eV) of
the northwest quarter nw4) and the
southwest quarter isw'i) of the north northwest
west northwest quarter (nwVi), and the southeast
quarter f.e) of the northeast quarter,
neli) of section twenty-eight 2&f.'
townhrj fifteen (15), S range twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three (23). ea.n, all of the foreg-o4nr
lands containing 240 acres, more or
less, or o much thereof as may be nec-,
easary to satisfy said final decree a&l
cot ot suit.
S. T. eiSTRUNK.
Special Master in Chancery.
WM. A. JEFFOOAT.
- Complainant's Solicitor. 8-6-Sat
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