The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy Umight and Thursday, probably

VOL. 2
Excess Profits aswd Incomes Subject
of Ideas of the Ways and
Means Committee
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 10- Repeal of
the excess profits tax and income sur surtaxes
taxes surtaxes above 32 per cent, effective as of
last January 1st. ai.d of all freight
and transportation taxes as of next
January 1st, was agreed upon today
by the republican members of the
House ways and means committee.
The board of county commissioners
convened in regular session Aug. 1st,
with all members present.
Minutes of July o.h and 21st were
read and minutes of July 5th were
amended to show reductions in assess assessments
ments assessments made by the board as follows:
Central Fruit Cat '30: a 30-17-24,
$11,000 to $3000. ;
E. B. Erskine: 20 a 18-17-23, $400
to $200; 3 a 18-17-23, '$250 to $200.
O. D. Groff : lot in Mayo add, 18-17-23,
$250 to $150.
E. F. O'Cain: 40 a 23-14-24, $80 to
$40; 80 a 22-14-24, $160 to $80.
Mrs. J. P. Holly: 80 a 5-16-24, wid widow's
ow's widow's exemption alilowed.
Harrell: 40 a 32-16-24, $300 to $200.
Florida Syndicate: 600 a 25-16-20,
$3000 to $2000. :
J. E. Thecl: In 47 O. S. Ocala, $3000
to $2000.
Heirs of J. C. Smith: In blk 64 O.
S. Ocala, $3500 to $3000.
Carmichael & Son: In blk G Dunn's
central add, $16,500 to $15,000.
C." Carmichael : W 1-3 lot 1 Caldwell
add, $3000 to $20 (JO.
Heirs of R. S. Hali: At intersection
of Fort King Ave. and Tuscawilla St.,
$2500 to $2000.
Mrs. O. T Green: Lots 1 and 2
plat book A page 91$4500 to $4000.
Minutes as above were approved.
The following appeared and made
complaint as to assessment: Messrs.
W. H. Guilfoyle, D. R. Zetrouer, E. O.
Cordrey, D. G. Watkins, R. H. Holly,
Neil Mathews, J. M. Mathews, J. P.
Phillips for Ocala Telephone Co., G.
B. Turner for Turner Bros, C. E.
Simmons, T. Williams, C. S. Cooper
for Mary Wardeiil, J. L. ;B. Hudgens,
John H. Taylor for Ocala Mfg. Co., A.
K. Willis, Azel Ford for Muclan Farm
Co., W. J. Edwards, T. H. Barber, G.
N. Looney for Florida Soft Phosphate
Co., J. J. Gerig, Mrs. Kelsey, W. E.
Grubbs, R. L. Martin.
It was recommended to the tax col collector
lector collector that he allow A. H. Meadows to
pay personal taxes less assessment of
$40 on cattle. ';
Messrs. J. M. Douglas and E. B.
Lytle called and asked that the 100
per cent orange groves in their vicin vicinity
ity vicinity be valued on a basis of $200 per
., acre.
The board adjourned for the, day.
The board reconvened Aug. 2rd with
all members present.
The following appeared and made
complaint as to assessment: Mesrs
R. W. Ferguson. T. D. Whitman, W.
J. Folks, Chas. T. Plummer, J. L.
Miller, L. H. Sherouse, J. H. Hires,
F. K. Powers, David Charles, Soloman
R. Rambert, S. T. Sistrunk for Mrs,
A. A. Mathews.
Mr. B. H. Sanders appeared in re re-.
. re-. gard to the right of way of the Dixie
highway through his property, which
was referred to Commissioner R. B
Recommendation wa3 made t6 tax
collector that he allow O. E. Harrell
to pay his assessment on. automobile
on valuation of $75.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
agricultural fund in amount of $1200
in favor of the Marion County Fair
and Agricultural Association for pre
miums on agricultural products.
Hildra Jackson was ordered nlaced
on the pauper list at $5 per month.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
general fund in favor of Mrs. Sue
Frink in amouint of $5 for relief of
Hannah Randolph.
Bills in amount of $38.90 against
the Dunnellon special road and bridge
district were approved and ordered
sent to the trustees, of said district
for payment.
In view of the fact that small iso isolated
lated isolated lot3 in the old townsite of Silver
Springs park, widely distributed, have
little value, and have heretofore been
assessed at a valuation far in excess
of their" worth, it was recommended
to the comptroller that he allow the
redemption of certificates Nos. 1468,
14C9 and 1471 of sale of June 3, 1918,
upon payment only of face of certifi certificates,
cates, certificates, without interest and the 1921
taxes at a valuation of $1000.
Bonds of notaries public were ap approved
proved approved as follows: F. W. Webber with
American Surety Co. as surety; R. K.
Wartmann with American Surety Co.
as surety R. S. Rogers, E. T. Becker
and T. J. Swenuingen Jr., with Ameri

can Surety Co. a? surety; S. M. I vn


Has Allowed Himself to be Arrested,
but Illinois Authorities are Very
Considerate of Him
1 (Associated Press)
Springfield, Aug 10. States
torney Mortimer today proposed con-
ditions under which he will agree to
grant Governor Small a change of
venue outside of Sangamon county i
for trial, on charges of embezzlement
of state funds for which the governor
was arrested yesterday. The attor attorney's
ney's attorney's proposition is that the gover governor's
nor's governor's counsel file petition for change
of venue and confer with Mortimer in
an effort to reach' an agreement on
some county acceptable-' to both the
prosecution and defense, and that
both sides agree to a speedy trial.
Allowed Himself to be Arrested
Springfield, IL, Aug. 9. Governor
Len Small, of Illinois, after resisting
arrest on indictments Charging em embezzlement
bezzlement embezzlement and conspiracy, for three
weeks, on the plea of executive immu immunity
nity immunity or "that the king can do no
wrong," as stated by his counsel, to today
day today finally submitted to Sheriff Mes Mes-ter
ter Mes-ter after the latted had besieged the
state capital with deputies for sever several
al several tours.
Farm views, landscapes and home
scenes. Eugene A. Revels, over Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee CU. thing & Shoe Co., Ocala. tf
mus with r rank Warns and t rank
Harris Jr. as sureties.
The board adjourned for the day.
Board reconvened Aug. 3rd with all
members present;
Report was received from commit
tee heretofore appointed to view and
mark out road, recommending the
following route: Begin at the sw cor
of sec 22 thence e on the sec line be
tween sees ,22 and 27 and continuing
e on sec line between sees 23 and 26 to
the ne corof said sec 26, thence in an
easterly and northerly direction across
sec 24, intersecting with the Fort Mc
Coy and Flemington road near Blank
Sink, all in tp 13 s r 22 e, which re report
port report was accepted and the said route
ordered posted for opening:
It being brought to the attention of
this board that Congress is about to
pass an act creating "a federal high
way commission, tne memDers to De
appointed by the president, upon' mo
tion duly seconded the following reso
lution was unanimously adopted:
Resolved, that in case of the crea
tion of a federal highway commission
by Congress, this board hereby urges
for appointment on the commission
J. D. Smith of Marianna, now. a mem member
ber member of the Florida 'Toad department.
Resolved further, that we know Mr.
Smith to be a man of broad type, fine
business capacity; and sterling worth
as a citizen, and is deeply interested
in the construction of permanent
highways, national and state. He is
an original appointee of the state
road department of Florida, and is the
only member who has remained on
that board from, the beginning down
to now. During-his 1 incumbency in
that position he has heard and studied
all the conflicting views of a new
highway board, in one of the largest
and most perplexing states in the
Union to properly provide with Tiigh Tiigh-ways,
ways, Tiigh-ways, and has witnessed the evolution
of our state road department from a
small experimental body to a perma permanent
nent permanent and important department of the
state for the construction and mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of highways after the national
pattern. ;::
. Warrant was ordered drawn on the
agricultural fund in favor of K. C.
Moore in amount $200 for salary as'
county demonstrator for the month of
July, 1921.
A petition was received asking that
justice peace district No. 32 be attach attached
ed attached to district No. 3, and the following
resolution introduced by Mr. E. B.
Weathers was unanimously adopted:
Whereas, there is no qualified jus justice
tice justice of the peace in justice of peace
district No. 32, of Marion county, Fla,
and the statutes of Florida provide
that in such case the territory of such
district shall be attached to that of an
adjacent district, in which a justice of
the peace duly qualified resides; now
therefore be it
Resolved, that the territory com
prised in said justice of the peace
district No. 32 be and the same is
hereby attached to the territory of
justiec of the peace district No. 3, of
Marion county, Fla., and the said ter territory
ritory territory heretofore comprised in said
justice of the peace district No. 32 is
hereby made a part of said justice of
peace district No. 3.
Resolved further, that this order be
recorded in the minutes of the pro-

ceedmgs of thisJoard, and that the fore the board of county com com-clerk
clerk com-clerk of this board be and he is hereby j ;

directed to post a copy of same at the

local thunder .showers Thursday.

Unless Americans in Russia are Soon
Set Free, Negotiations Will ;
, Come to an End
(Associated Press)
Riga, Aug;. 10. Soviet Russia has
j released six American prisoners, who
(have arrived at Narva, Esthonia, but
! the fact that only this half dozen
were sent out of the country was said
today to threaten long delay in and
perhaps abandonment of negotiations
for American famine relief in Russia.
The prisoners released were Capt.
Emmett Kilpatrick, of Unionto wh,
Ala.; William Flick, Dr. Weston B.
Eves, Zenophom Blumenthal, Henry J,
Lemark and Russell Pattinger.
Marion county court house as required
by law. :
Applications were received for ap ap-warden
warden ap-warden for Marion county from Geo.
W. Brant Jr., Dillon Long, L. A.
Griggs and A. W. Fort.
Mr. R. L. Martin appeared and com
plained 1 of assessment on certain
Communication was received from
Mr. Geo. W. Scofield regarding the
payment of witness fee to Dr. R. N.
Board recommended to the comp comptroller
troller comptroller that he allow S. H. Christian to
redeem the nwU of block 86 Gary's
add, Ocala, in certificate No. 1345 of
1916, upon valuation of $100 on ac account
count account of the fact that Mr. Christian
having recently acquired this property
at that value and the assessed valua valuation
tion valuation appearing to be excessive.
Writtten request was received from
the trustees of the Dunnellon special
road and bridge district asking that
the millage for said district for the
1921, levy be placed at 10 mills.
Communications were received con concerning
cerning concerning tax assessments from I. N.
Rawls, W. W. Clyatt, D. Niel Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson for Mrs. Anna M. Holder, Pil Pil-lans
lans Pil-lans & Smith, J. Cartsens and the
Ocala National Bank..
. Recommendation was made to the
tax collector that he allow I. N. Rawls
to pay his personal taxes on 60 head
of cattle.
: The tax collector was instructed to
report the assessment of Mr. W. E.
Grubbs on one' horse and two cows an
an error.
Recommendation was made to the
tax collector that he allow F. K. Pow Powers
ers Powers to pay his personal taxes less the
assessment of one automobile.
The board after ; considering the
various complaints as to tax assess assessments
ments assessments made the following reductions:
E 2-3 of sw quarter of nw quarter
and n half of sw quarter and e half of
se quarter of sw quarter and sw quar quarter
ter quarter of se quarter of 14-14-20, $600 to
Lot 1 Dillard's sub of Summerfield
17-17-23, $350 to $300.
448 acres in 5-16-24, $2240 to $1800.
All of 6-14-24, $6400 to $5000.
All of 8-16-24, $9600 to $6500.
W hMf of w half of 9-16-24, $800 to
$400. ;
S three-quarters 19-16-24, $2400 to
W half of w half of ne quarter ex
10 a 21-16-24, $4800 to $4000.
Com at se cor of 16-16-24, n 30 ch
w 14 ch s 57 deg to river se with river
to p o b, $400 to $350.
Nw Quarter of nw Quarter of 10-15-
24, $80 to $60.
Sw quarter of se quarter 9-13-21,
$500 to $250.
Sw quarter of sw quarter 3-13-21,
ex 10 a, $500 to $300.
W half of sw quarter and se quar
ter of se 3-15-24, $2300 to $2000.
E half of 16-13-20. $1200 to $900.
Nw quarter of sw quarter, 34-16-22,
$250 to $200.
Com at A C L R R crossing of S
A. L. Ocala, e 210 ft s 171 ft e 210
ft 9 deg w 685 ft n350 ft n 850 ft to
p o b $20,000 to $18,000.
70 a in 22-13-21, $1500 to $1000.
Lot 5 Oklawaha 32-16-24, $400 to
$300. ; :
E. L. Martin, 100 head of cattle to
60 head; E. O. Cordrey, 100 head cat
tie to 50 head; R. H. Holly, 150 head
of cattle to 125 head; Henry Jordan,
one automobile, error: Pillans and
Smith, merchandise, $10,000 to $8000;
J. M. Mathews, 40 head cattle to 20
head; Edwards Bros., grade cattle, 50
head to six head; Ocala Motor Co.
$3000 to $1500; Ocala Mfg. Co, per
sonal other than autos, $12,000 to
$10,000; Fla. Soft Phos. & Lime Co,
ex autos, $1000 to $200; Ceng's drug
store, $5000 to $4000; E. E. Grubbs,
one horse, two cows, error: J. S.
Weathers, heirs of, personal, error;
Davis Charles, $250 to $100; S. R.
Rambert, $350 to $100; Fla. Lime Co.,
$2500 to $1600.
The board thereupon adjourned to
meet Aug cth, 1921, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Pnrtnant in sHifinmmpnt hereto-

(Continued on Fourth Page)


Put Aside Temporarily While Experts
Map New Boundary Lane Between
Germany and Poland
f (Associated Press)
Paris, Aug. 10. The allied supreme
council put the Sflesian question, now
apparently near definite settlement,
temporarily aside today while await awaiting
ing awaiting the report of experts engaged in
drawing the new boundary line be between
tween between Poland and Germany in the area
agreed upon in principle between
France and England yetserday. The
council meanwhile discussed the
Greco-Turkish situation and German
disarmament question.
At three o'clock, our well-beloved
old fellow citizen, Col. John M. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, as one of his faithful watchers
said, "was very low." He may pass
out at any minute.--
The store room recently vacated by
Mr. Joseph Malever on South Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, has been leased by Mr. W.
L. Dixon of Newberry, who is having
same made ready for a retail grocery
store. The new establishment is to
be operated on the cash system, and
will make delivery, anywhere in the
city limits.
Mr. Dixon has for a number of
years been in the grocery business in
Newberry, so this venture is not a new
one for him. Just what name he will
bestow on his Ocala store he has not
decided, but promises the people of
the city the very best there is in the
grocery line. It is expected the new
place will be ready for business the
early part of the coming, week."
(Associated Press)
El Paso, Aug. o. A telegram re received
ceived received today signed by the chief of
police of Chihuahua City, denied that
Warren C. Spurgin, the missing Chi Chi-cago.banker,
cago.banker, Chi-cago.banker, was in jail at that place.
The message stated that Spurgin is
near Chihuahua City but has not been
apprehended. ',
(Associated Press)
' Mount Dora, Aug. 10. The bodies
of Mrs. W. T. Thorpe and her three-year-old
daughter were found in Lake
Gertrude in front of the handsome
Thorpe home here today after they
had been missing since noon yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The coroner's jury returned a
verdict of accidental drowning.
The fast Oak ball team will cross
bats with the Gainesville team Thurs
day afternoon. Both being good teams
a real contest may be expected. The
Ocala fans are especially invited to be
on hand.
To Whom It May Concern: This is
to certify that I have this day placed
in the city pound the following de
scribed animals, which have been
found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary, to the ordinances of said
city: Two hogs marked underbit in
each ear; four hogs marked crop one
ear, two underbits in other.
The owners thereof, or their
agents, and all whom it may concern,
are hereby notified that if the animal
are not claimed and all expenses of
taking and impounding thereof are
not paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 13th day of
August. 1921, I will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
. m. and 3. p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C: Hollo way. Impounder. It
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the ciy. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 23-tf
Picnic hams per lb 23c. at Wbit Wbit-tington's.
tington's. Wbit-tington's. 10-3t
And receive 2 pounds of Smoked
Mullet the kind that is good. Special
delivery, postpaid. Address
217 North Beach St,


Daytona, Fla.

liiriinniP nrnnrno

iticiiirniD urnumid
In Following Party of Bad Men, They
Met and Fired on Each
(Associated Press)
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 10. Two
men, one a policeman, were killed and
another seriously wounded in a pistol
battle with four masked men who at
tempted to rob an employe -of the
Ford Motor Company of a bag con containing
taining containing $8500 as he was entering the
plant of the company here at ten
o'clock this morning.
A telephone message from Colliers Colliers-ville,
ville, Colliers-ville, a suburb of Memphis, shortly
after noon, stated that one Memphis
policeman was killed and three others
wounded by a posse of sheriff's depu deputies
ties deputies which fired on them in mistake
for the bandits who earlier in the day
shot and killed two police officers and
and wounded another after an unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful attempt to rob an employe of
the Ford Motor Company.
What Right has Marshall Field & Co.
to Tell Its Women Employes
How to Wear their Hair?
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Aug. 10. Orders were
posted by Marshall Field & Company
today that girl clerks with bobbed
rair must wear hair nets until their
tresses have grown again. One clerk
was dismissed for refusing to obey
the rule.
(Associated Press j
Richmond, Aug. 10. Despite the
fact that there were several women
candidates for the Virginia legisla legislature"
ture" legislature" and received votes in the state
democratic primary last week, not one
will be a member, according to the list
of nominees given out today. All the
women candidates were defeated.
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Aug. 10. Rear Ad
miral George Fink Kutz, retired, said
to be the second oldest living rear ad
miral in the navy, died here last night
at the age of 86.
There were seven members of the
Tuesday evening auction club present
last night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Simmons when Miss Ruth
Simmons, their daughter, entertained.
Completing the number for the two
table sof players was Mrs. L. M.
Jones Jr, of Milledgeville, Ga. The
tables for the players were arranged
in the living room, which was attrac attractively
tively attractively decorated with quantities of
flowers. Mrs. Jones held high score
and was rewarded with a dainty piece
of lingerie, and to Mrs. Leon Mason
fell the consolation prize, a deck of
cards. An attractive salad course of
pineapple and bananas arranged in
the form of candles was served with
cheese, wafers and ice tea.
Why suffer from a bad back, from
sham, shooting thinges. headaches,
dizziness and distressing urinary ills 7
rvl npnnlp recommend Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Ask your neighbor! Could
ask for trtronffer nroof of merit?
C. F. Hays, who runs woodyard, N.
Magnolia St, Ocala. says: "I think
heavy lifting caused my kidneys to
become weak. I suffered greatly from
severe Dams in my back and I was
often so stiff and lame, I could hardly
do my work. I also had frequent,
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills, and L be
gan using them. Doan's gave me more
relief than all the otner meaicines
took and I gladly recommend them.'
The above statement was given
May 13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918,
Mr. Hays added: "I gladly confirm the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
to use this medicine since, for it has
effected a permanent cure.
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pill3 the same that
Mr. Hays bad. Foster-Milburn Co
Mfrs., Muffalo, N. Y-Ady.
You are sroing to buy at IIAR-
G RAVES Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there you'll save money. 807 S.
Lime SL 27-tf
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lra
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


Oak Boys Would Have Defeated the
Home Team If it Hadn't Been for
Their Own Mistakes
(L. T. L)
Shakspere would have termed yes
terday's game between Arlo and
Ocaal a "Comedy of Errors," and in
deed that was what it was so far as
the Ocala team was concerned. The
home team made only 13 errors be
cause the game ended in the eleventh
inning. All they needed to make more
errors was more time. Swink was con
siderably off his feed but he was not
alone in his trouble. Only two of
the boys failed to make an error.
Frank Harris came out with a spot spotless
less spotless record but he had good reason
for it as he didn't handle a chance.
Leavengood handled two chances and
made no error.
Oak played much better ball than
Ocala but the breaks went against
them and they lost a game that
should have been theirs easily. They
made only two errors during the en
tire game, but both were costly. Cem Cements
ents Cements and Christopher both pitched
good ball under the circumstances.
More credit should be given to Clem Clements
ents Clements for his support was rotten.
Strickland thought he could relieve
Christopher in the ninth and stop
Ocala in .her effort to come back.
Leavengood was first up and laced a
long one to center field for a sacrifice.
Strickland didnt' read the handwrit handwriting
ing handwriting on the wall from that blow but
tried Fred Luffman and Fred credited
his batting average with a two-bagger-
When Oak took the field in the
next inning Strickland was content to
be back on the initial sack. Kickliter
finished the game for Oak.
The game started off like it was to
be a good one. Neither team made a
run until the fourth, when Ocala
made two. Oak made one in the sixth
and one in the eighth. Ocala made one
in the seventh. Oak made four in
the ninth, making the score 6 to 3 in
favor of Oak. When we came in for
our half in the ninth we made three
runs, tying the score. Neither team
scored in the tenth and Ocala made
the winning run in the eleventh.
The special features of the games
were the two umpires. Both -men
were trying to be fair and square but
they surely did make a bum job of
the game. No game in Ocala has seen
such poor decisions and so much
squabbling as this game brought
forth. Time after time the umpires
would letf a little argument change
their decisions. It is to be hoped that
no such demonstration of baseball will
ever be staged in Ocala again.
The Box Score
Winters, 2nd .......6 2 2 2 4 1
Perez, 3rd ....
Strickland, 1st
.....6 112 3 1
...5 1 1 10 1 X)
Franklyn, cf ..
Christopher, p
Kickliter, ss .
Lindsay, rf ...
Roberts, If ...
Riles, c .......
Kelley, rf
...5 0 110 0
...4 0' 0 2 2 0
...5 0 1 3 10
...2 0 0 1 0 0
...5 0 0 2 0 0
...5 119 2 0
...0 1 0 0 0 0
43,6 7 32 13 2
Swink, 2nd 4 0 0 3 3 5
Brooks, 1st '. 5 1 1 11 0 1
Liddell, cf 5 1 1 1 0 1
Wood, c 5 1 0 10 2 1
Clements, p 5 3 2 0 3 1
Harris, If 4 110 0 0
Hogan, ss . . 2. 0 0 0 0 1
Luffman, 3rd 4 0 3 4 0 2
Powell, rf 4 0 0 2 2 1
Leavengood, rf ....2 0 0 2 0 0
40 7 8 33 10 13
Score by innings:
Oak 000 001 014 00
Ocala 000 200 103 017
Summary: Two base hits. Winters,
Riles, Liddell, Clements, Luffman;
sacrifice hits, Strickland, Clements,
Leavengood; stolen bases, Franklyn,
Brooks, Clements, 2, Luffman; struck
outb y Christopher, 8, by Strickland,
0, by Kickliter, 1, by Clements, 9; hit
by pitcher, by Clements, 2; base on
balls off Christopher, 3, off Clements,
2; hits off Christopher, 5, off Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, 1, off Kickliter, 1, off Cements,
7. Time, indefinite. Umpires, Goldman
and ConnelL
Lighthouse self -rising flour, 12 lb
bag, 65c., 24 lb bag, $1.25 at Whit Whit-tington's.
tington's. Whit-tington's. 10-3t
"Sweet Dreams" will insure yoa 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 234. 5-St
New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1S21 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. let letting
ting letting snd Phillips, druggists and seeds seedsmen,
men, seedsmen, Ocala, 11.. 21-tf

This morning 72 tiu3 afternooa. 3.

Quebec Will Turn Out in Full Force
to Do ITonor to Canada's New
Governor General
(Associated Press)
Quebec, Aug. 10. Quebec is in holi holiday
day holiday attire today for Canada's new
governor general. Baron Byng of
Vimy, due to arrive this evenine on
the steamer Empress of Franc e. Lord
Byng, then General Sir Julian Byng,
leaped into fame in the spring of 1917
when he led the Canadians in the
storming and capture of a supposedly
impregnable German position on Vimy
Oak, Aug. 10. To the Baseball
Fans of Ocala: The Arlo Box Com
pany baseball team and the baseball
fans of Oak desire to enter a protest
against the game played in Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday on the grounds that the um umpire
pire umpire rendered decisions which under
the conditions he had no right to
The decisions referred to were made
when Umpire Conn ell called Strick Strickland
land Strickland back to third base in the sixth
inning, and again when ha called
Perez out on second in the eleventh
Now answer me, some goad fan,
what rule gives an umpire the right to
put a man back on the base, which he
has just left, except on a dead ball or
a foul? The rule says that if a catcher
interfere with the batter in his at attempt
tempt attempt to hit a pitched ball, all bass
runners shall be allowed to advance
one base without liability of beirg
put out. Now, Mr. Connell claimed
that Catcher Harry Wood interfered
with the batter but still refused to
call the runner safe.
Again, when Perez was called out
on second, Mr. Connell repeatedly said
that he did not see the play. How can
an umpire give a decision on a play
that he does not see And even my
good friend Izlar said immediately
after the play that in hi3 opinion the
runner was safe.
I realize that we are playing ama
teur baseball and cannot officially en
ter a protest; but I do believe that
the fans of Ocala and the manage management
ment management of the Ocala team are good
enough sports to throw yesterday's
game out of par records and line-up
the two teams exactly as they were
yesterday and play the game on the
Ocala grounds at some Later date.
What do you say, Ocala; are you
game! li.Lt.
Miss Elizabeth Hocker, daughter cf
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker, was
the hostess yesterday afternoon at an
auction party which she gave as a
special compliment to Jliss Susannah
Dodge of Jacksonville, who is her
guest for a few days and as a "fare-
the-weU vacation" to her friends,
Misses Stella. Nina, Nettie and Car it a
Camp, who leave next week for Ashe-
ville, N. C, for a visit after vhich
two of the Misess Camp return to
their respetcive schools and Miss
Hocker later to her studies at Ran
dolph-Macon college.
The Hocker home was summery and
cool looking with electric fans and
quantities of flowers. Zeranas m
abundance decorated the hall, while
asters and roses ornamented the par parlor
lor parlor and dining room.
Miss Nina Camp was awarded a
pretty vanity case for securing the
highest score and llhs Dodge was
given embroidered dish towels for
After several hours at auction, Miss
Hocker assisted by her mother served
a bounteous two-coarse supper.
The following were those present
besides the honorees and hostess:
Misses Loureen Spencer, Sarah D v
hon, Agnes Burford, Eloise Henry,
Lucille Gissendaner, Ethel and Elisa Elisabeth
beth Elisabeth Home, and joining the
for refreshments were Mrs. Ecisncd
Martin and HUs Mary Burford.
Married, by County Judge Futch, ia
his office Sunday evening. Miss Loaiss
Moody to Mr. R. E. Jones, bcth cf
Leesburg. "Miss Lou," a3 all her
friends here call her, the yomgerrt
daughter of Dr. Moody, one cf Ocala'a
best physicians cf the years gone by,
wa3 bora ani lived her girlhood here.
She was one of the town's prettiest
and most popular girls. The death
Dr. Moody and removal to ct'
places of several members cf
family, caused Zlisa Lcni;-? -mother
to males their r ; . 1
bury. Mr. Jcnes is a pre ..'
ir.i';-5 man cf the "City 1
Ls&es." Beta have tfca ;
j their frl.

OF iff IK


Ocaia Evening Star

FtiMUhed Every Dajr Ept Sunday r

It, R. Carroll,, Prmldrat
P. Y, LeareajEood, Sretrr-Treaarer
J. H, Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fia., postofSce as
aecoird-clas.- matter. :

Bnnlumn Of See .........., .Five-One
t .;torlnl Department . . .TwMrrra
&itj? Heporier .. r. . ...Five-One

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entitled for the ue far republication of
all news dispatcnes credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All .figtot --of- republication of special
dUp&tches herein are also reserved.

One year, Jn advance ............ f 6.00
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Three, anonths, in advance 1.50
One month, to advance .60
OUptart Plate IS cents -per Inch for
jonsecutive insertions. Alternate inser insertion
tion insertion 2a per cent additional ComposU
tlon charges on ad, that run less than
ix times 10 cent per inch. Special
position 25 per cent additional. Rates
based on four-inch .minimum. Less than
four inches will take a higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. IlradluK ,otf-e: Five cents per line
forftrst Insertion; three centa per line
tor each subsequent Insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges,
r Legal advertisements at legal rates.

vertising would have brought us, we
preferred to secure patronage that
was not fraught with so much chance.
So far as we have been able to learn,
none of the highly-painted proposi propositions
tions propositions which have been presented here
in recent months by professional stock
salesmen have produced any revenue
to the purchaser, much less the hand handsome
some handsome returns promised- Put your
money in home industries. They will
pay most; in the long run. Plamt City
The papers of the state should not unite in refusing this sort of ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, but in exposing the adver advertising.
tising. advertising. When a paper prints and en endorses
dorses endorses such an advertisement, its
readers lost confidence in it.



shook his head- He wanted the kaiser j
back. He missed the old pomp and ;
splendor and Hohenzollern ostenta- j

A graduate of the 'University of
Berlin, disappointed with his position
as clerk with the Hamburg-American
Line, was frankly disgusted with the

Ebert government. ;
"The people have too much liberty
these days," he said.


The Tampa Tribune wisely says:
. Go to your banker, you men who
are approached by sellers of this, that
and the other kindw of stock, or secu
rities. The Tampa bankers are getting
reports on all. the propositions being
submitted to you daily. They have
the facts, the proof financially, legally

and morally, concerning most of them,

and they are getting the data needed
to show the good from the bad."
It is due a man's own common

sense -and his pride in his business

judgment to investigate before he

buys, s Some of them are good, others,
and the most of them, are bad, so bad
that you will kiss your money good

bye if you put it in, say the bankers..

Florida has much money for invest investment.
ment. investment. Florida has many opportuni

ties-for the investment of that money

Florida needs that money invested in
it,- But Florida does not pretend to be

so selfish as to require all the money
in it to be spent for Florida develop

ment.- Anv man has the right to in

vest as he pleases, every man should
scatter his investmits; but no man
can afford to shut his eyes to probable

fact3 and open his ears to the swee
somnolent song of- a stock salesman,
and sink liis salary or his savings in

stuff that savors of nothing so much

. as it does of swindles.

The Tribune urges again: go to your
bankers and ask to see the confidential

reports they have on these stock pro

jects. You may not like what: you

learn, especially if you have been

foolish ? enough to invest without inr

vestigatingj but at 'least you will not
put any more good money into bad

schemes after your eyes are opened.;

Then, too, you owe it to the meri

torious offerings to know them, from
the.bad ones, The banks have the

names of the good ones, as well as of
the. bad ones. ; Don't damn the whole

because one or two are inferior, or

rotten at the heart.: Find, out which
are good and assist them with the
capital they need to "make them a big

success tney. can be. Tne test oi a
stock is not, "Will I get my money

back. at once? But, "Is it sound? Is

it meritorious Is it well organized?
Is there a demand for its products?
Can it manufacture, produce and dis

tribute, in sufficiently large quantity
andatA,sufSciently profitable a figure

to pay a fair dividend on the capital

invest ed?If it can meet these tests,

it is; usually a good, thing. But find

out these things.

The Tampa Times deserves the
plaudits of the public for its stand

against acceptance of all sorts of
stock-selling advertisements. ; Adver Advertising
tising Advertising space is all : that a" newspaper
has to sell, but it has a sphere that is
higher than rendering assistance to

grafters in the form of stock-selling
agents. The Courier rejected at one

time a few months ago approximately
five pages' of "space which was sought
by an oil stock concern, and while we

could have used the revenue the ad








After reading an article by Max

Lief in the New York Tribune, says

the Toronto Mail and Empire, we
have arrived at the conclusion that if
the. Allies are determined upon win winning
ning winning the war they ought to move to
Germany. There they will receive the

fruits of victory. They will be able

to get a fine meal for fifty cents, and
for twelve dollars a year in Hamburg

they will be able to have the same sort
of accommodation that they will get

in Canada and the United States for

twelve dollars a week. A six-room

bungalow with bath is to be had there

for twelve dollars a year. It has been

decreed by the authorities, 'and au authorities
thorities authorities in Germany are quite as au

thoritative as ever they were. It is

true that it may be difficult, to find the
six-room bungalow with bath. When
fecund it may be tenanted, and build builders,
ers, builders, terrified by the order, are not
building six-room bungalows with any

great voluptuousness. Nevertheless, it

is cheap and pleasant to live in Ger Germany
many Germany if one does not have to pay the
engulfing German taxes, and if he is
able to take real money with him.

Mr. Lief explains that whereas

school children were taught that a
German mark was worth twenty-five
cents, so highly did the Germans

esteem it, now it is possible to lay
down an American dollar and receive
from 67. to 71 marks for it. The Can Canadian
adian Canadian dollar being somewhat less val

uable internationally, though hotly

sought in Canada, we may figure that

German1 mark is worth about two

of our cents. For sixty or eighty

cents one may have a dinner consist

ing of fish salad, potato soup, cutlets,
fried potatoes, apple sauce and a large

stein of fine beer. If you don't feel

like eating, you can have the beer,
which to many would seem an advan

tage.' The disappointed waiter is
said to expect a ten-cent tip, but we

presume that by this time he has

ceased to be an optimist, and after
the meal is ready to call the incident
closed if the guest doesn't kick him
on the shins. Nevertheless, he lives

on his tips. He receives no salary.

Milk remains a luxury in Germany.

Coffee is not drunk as it was former
ly because of the milk scarcity. Sugar

s almost as it was in the good old

days of the blockade, but Mr. Lief
voices his astonishment at the fact
that pies and cakes with huge coatings
of sugar and candy are rife. He has
failed to read the painstaking explan explanations
ations explanations of Canadian candy makers to
the effect that all the candy manu

factured in a year accounts for mere

ly a decimal point of sugar. Mr. Lief
says that he was frequently mistaken
for an Englishman, a Spaniard or a

Hungarian, but never for an Ameri-

can. it once we saw nis name speii

we should have read Sherlock Holmes

for nothing if we had confused him

with any of these nationalities. In all
the misunderstandings by which he
was flattered he found nothing but
civility among the Germans. We in-.

fer that the war was a good thing for

the Germans. ..

The writer -was astonished by the

German police system, and he -. sug suggests
gests suggests that by means of it Germany is

trying to evade some of the condi conditions
tions conditions of the peace of Versailles. Ger Germany's
many's Germany's army was cut down. It could
hardly quell a beer garden riot. Ger

many's police, however, is a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous force, so far as numbers go. The

regular police have been reinforced

by a green uniformed body, composed

chiefly of young and sturdy soldiers.
There is a third body of plainclothes plainclothes-men,
men, plainclothes-men, practically all of them trained

soldiers. Their salary is ten dollars

a month with board thrown in, and

whatever washing may occur to them.
They work only every other day, and j
usually have some other line of busi-i
ness which they depend upon to make j
a living wage. One gathers from MrJ
Lief that their-favorite avocation is;
selling police dogs. He tells us that;
the dachshund is practically extinct, j
It seems that in the most desperate j

days of the war it was a choice be between,
tween, between, the Germans and the dachs dachshund.
hund. dachshund. With their characteristic blun blundering,
dering, blundering, the Germans chose themselves.

We quote his concluding sentences:
My habitual question, eevrywhere I
went, was: "Was denken Sie von dem

Kaiser?" Without any prfcl.mir.ary m-j
troduction I fired this question like a
bolt from the blue sky at a middle- j
aged ticket-taker in a Berlin nvJroad j
station.; He was not surpred at my
boldness and answered placidly: j
"We are, well off as we avs" he j
said. "Nobody is starving, ar.l soonj
every one will have work. The mili- j
taristic regime has gone, and wc- are

glad. The kaiser is better off where
he is. and we $r-? better off where we

The farmers of the country will not
soon forget Senator Trammell for that
amendment which permits them to
borrow individually from the govern government.
ment. government. Tampa Tribune.
We confess that we can't see that
either the farmer or the nation at
large is benefited by this measure.
Any farmer who shows himself relia

ble can borrow from his local bank.

When he borrows from the govern

ment, one of two things must happen.
The impersonal government, if care careful,
ful, careful, will be more difficult to satisfy
than the local bank, which knows the

borrower; or, if the government is

careless, it will make bad loans,

which the farmers and all other peo people
ple people will be taxed to make good.

Give Alachua county good roads
and nothing can hold her back.
Gainesville News.
We don't know about the good
roads, but that road running from
Waldo down to Gainesville, alongside
the Seaboard, looks like a long and
narrow- but symmetrically, plowed
field. The ruts in it are so straight
and well spaced that one would think
them furrows made by the plow if it
wasn't that an auto occasionally ap appeared
peared appeared running along in them.

If they keep on reducing the size of
the army the American people will
have to depend upon the National
Guard for parade purposes. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
The regular army never has been
used much for parade purposes. It
has always been too small or too busy.


Editor Star: Please, just room
enough to echo Mrs. Douglas' appeal.
I feel like stepping ; right over and

giving her a big; hugr for what she

said, lor I, too, am opposed to carry carrying
ing carrying ; our schools around," and I too,
remember Mr. Shealy's speech of !a

year ago when he was a candidate for

office; how he pleaded for the help of

the people to build r better country

schools; how I listened through all his
glorious promises and how I thrilled

when lie closed-his speech with his
hands extended to the crowd with

these words: "Won't you help me?

And we did help him (in office). Now

Mr. Shealy won't you help us build

our country schools 'up and please
quit trying to "carry our schools
around," but give us good teachers
and all the assistance you can. Come
out and visit us and help us make
1921 and every year after a record in
history for our country schools that

we will all be proud of, and may our

dreams of junior high schools all over

the country come true. Begin' at

Shady but -don't stop there; come on
down to Cotton Plant and help us
make Cotton Plant school one of the

best schools in the county.
"Won't you help us?".
Mrs. J. B. Trotter.
Morriston, Florida, Aug. 8.


Tb.e few(, visitors at the grounds of

the Ocala Gun, Club yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon were treated to an exhibition of

clay target smashing seldom witness

ed outside the ranks of the top-

notchers. Those who participated in
the shoot were evidently obsessed

with the idea of accounting for the

targets of the absent members. The

scores follow:
W. P. Preer ... 50 x
J. Chas Smith ...49 x
Ted Drake Jr 25 x
Special . v
J. Chas. Smith .50 x
W. P. Preer 49 x



There's no extra charge, for clean

n-r your fish at the City Fish Market.

Pho-.e 158. tf

home m

Fraternal Orders! soHt-KwiKHB




United States Commissioner of Educa

tion Urges That Last Year's Good
Wsrk Continue Continue-Last
Last Continue-Last year more than 2,000,000 boys

and girls in cities, large towns and in

dustrial Tillages In the United States

cultivated gardens under school direc

tion and supervision and procSuced
many millions of dollars worth of veg vegetables,
etables, vegetables, and small fruits to be con consumed
sumed consumed where produced without cost
for transportation and handling' and
without loss, from deterioration on the
markets. There were many thousands
f boys and girls who produced more
than. $50 each in what would other otherwise
wise otherwise have been Idle time, and thou thousands
sands thousands of acres of land that would have
lain idle If It had not. been cultivated
by the boys and girls yielded more than
$500 an acre.
The educational value to the chil children
dren children was far greater than the value
of the food products. That value In Included
cluded Included health, physical vigor, habits of
Industry, knowledge of plant life and
of the phenomena and forces of na nature,
ture, nature, and the beginning of the under understanding
standing understanding of the fundamental moral

principle that every one should gladly I

contribute to his own support by
his own labor.
"The United States bureau of edu education
cation education will not be able to follow up
this work this year as fully as It has
for several years past," writes P. P.
Claxton, United States commissioner
f education, "but I hope the Interest
of children, teachers, superintendents
and school boards will not lag and that
the time will soon come when this
school-directed home garden work wllf
be recognized as a necessity and an
essential part of the education of children-
in all cities, towns and industrial

Marion-D'inn Lodge No. J9, F. & A.
M.. meets on the first and third

Ihursday evenings of each month"" at j

8 o'clock until further notice.

. J.-R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.


Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. 'S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
rmh r.t 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O. E.


Speaker Advocates Strenuous Action
Against What Is Generally Recog Recognized
nized Recognized as a Nuisance.
Declaring the automobile has made
the billboard a countrywide problem,
E. T. Harttuan of Boston, member of
the Massachusetts Civic league, ad addressing
dressing addressing a meeting of the American
Civic association, said that there Is
no best law or method for dealing
with the problem presented by the de defacement
facement defacement of both the city and the
country by outdoor advertising.
The public, he said, can bring reme remedies
dies remedies to bear when It chooses to make
the effort,. He suggested that one ef effective
fective effective method would be to withhold
patronage from persons and firms em employing
ploying employing this method of publicity, and
said this would settle the whole prob problem
lem problem In a year.


Ac rVfiif JWfu

A few morning giories or cardinal
climber vines will cover that bare or
cnslghtly fence and make it attractive.

Attractive ads. pay big dividends.

Acetylene Welding
, Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored
Brakes Relined
All work done by experts
and every job' guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Phone 597


For Thursday Morning

Yard-Wide English Long Cloth,
worth 22 cents the yard, for
tomorrow morning only,


For 10-yard


The next four people I approached,
a policeman, letter-carrier, proprietor
of a Fruhstuck-Stube, and ship work-

The Fashion Center

Ocala Lodge No.' 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's rnd the Book
Shop, 113 Main street. f
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
'J. Y. Miller. Secretary

We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee, SIS
"DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3. $12.50
P LARINE Heavy Oil. five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 25S Niht Phone 523




Fort King Camp No. 14 meets atj
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec-j

ond f riday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing sovereigns .are always welcome.
K. B. Baxter, C. a
Chas. K. Sasre. Clerk.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellowa hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
siting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

I f-ld every Monday evening at 7:30 j
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
4 i

welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
Chn K Satre. K. of R. & S


Regular conventions of the Ocala i

i hapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
3 t'day in- every month at 8 n. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B L. Adam?. Secretary.


Plan Proposed to Adorn American
Highways Meets With General Ap Approval
proval Approval Throughout Country.
To plnnt a tree along the great new

American highways in honor of everj
L'rlted States soldier, sailor ami ma marl
rl marl lie in the World war. Is a proposal
vlik'h ha met with the hearty sup sup-iKrt
iKrt sup-iKrt ofyrh Ameiean leirion. A. Il
lolrl Star Mother and other patriotic
organizations. A permanent marker
'vf-uld he plared on each tree, hear hear-:n5.r
:n5.r hear-:n5.r the name of one veteran anl his
organization.: with no indication of
Hank. A separate Inscription would
le placed on the trees representing
those who died.
vull success of the project means
thin the great Lincoln highway from
New York to San Francisco and the
IMxIe h'.glnvay from Chicago to Flor
Ida will be fringod with shade tree."
President -Harding has expressed hi
ipprova! of the "plan and the Unite
States forestry burcu ha? prom"-'
its. :"





Merchants Block

Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

iJkzii cs g0Gd as onv cnj iess in price

UNEEDAS and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers...

Three packages
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers '..
Tall Pink
Campbell's Soup
per can.
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen
Cherrv Bell Flour
24. It) sack.


. 12c
. 21c

Sauer's Self-Rising ? Q f
24 lb sack 1 tOU

. 40c
.. 75c

Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins
One pound of
good Tea
Senate Coffee
per found
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for....
Senate Coffee,
three pounds for.

Arga Sahtion,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle...
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle.
Reddick Peanut Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,

Evaporated Milk,
-large, per dozen..
Evaporated Milk,
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen.
Three packages
" Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Evaporated Peacher,
per pound
Quart jars
of Honey
Quart cans
of Syrup
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Syrup drawn from
battel, per gallon.

75 c
40 c

7 c
. 80c
. 95c
. 15c
. 65c
. 30c

Purina Feed fsr Cons, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery


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Negotiable Storage Kicipt Iskcn1 on Cotton. AiitAinobi?4Hr Etr.


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Best meal3 in the city for 50 cents, j
Twenty-one meal ticket for 57.' Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf

Create new business by advertising in the Star. It's a good investment.

k unchanging &LMM0 j)
f "astime MPr I
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Called For and Delivered

Sj)ecial Attention to
Home Recipes

G. C. GREEKE Phoae 435
Gpp. Mamm Hardware


Bring us your

and Auto repairing H
Satisfaction Guaranteed

Ocklawaha Ave.
& Orange St.



Hand Tailored Suits
Made to y our Measure
IOOO Guaran .d h'abrics to
select from: Stv es are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely correct. P. ice, Quality,
Workrriit.sbipv and Lasting
Stistacti-m i. Our Motto.
We challergp. any firm to
Hi jtke you a aui; -f quality as
cheap as we w.H.
J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall

i i

General Ati:to Repairing
5 v and Storage
t Gasoline. Oils and Grease
Cars Washed . . ... ...... .$1.00.
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252



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Oca la, Florida

Boat Excursion
Every Thursday and
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
Fare, 81
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
ot Silver River
For Information see or phone
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" i At All Times

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Copyright. Thm Batto-lURfll Coaaev


CHAPTER I. Jane Hardiug-, resect resectable
able resectable and conservative old piaster but
never too old to think of marriage with
more money than brains, la inveigled by
a strong-minded spinster, Miss Higgiesby Higgiesby-Browne,
Browne, Higgiesby-Browne, Into financing an expedition to
hunt for buried treasure on Leward
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 is unwillingly carried along.
CHAPTER II. By no means concealing
her distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its members, Virginia makes

me acquaintance of the Honorable uu tu tube
be tube rt Vane, and is somewhat impreseed.
CHAPTER ni. 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 of the party, including a some somewhat
what somewhat uncertain personage. Captain Mag Magnus
nus Magnus and a ahady "financier," Hamilton
H. Tubbs, of being in a conspiracy to de defraud
fraud defraud Miss Jane Harding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTER XV. 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.-Led by Miss Higgiesby Higgiesby-Browne,
Browne, Higgiesby-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-
rled. Cuthbert Vane alone votes against
the exclusion of Virginia.

CHAPTER VI. Wild pigs abound on
the island, and "Cookie," the colored
member of the party, insists he has seen
a "hant," in the form of a white pig.
During a walk Virginia meets the "hant,"
a white bull terrier, aiul proudly brings
him into camp. I

Tne tning now was to lure mm oack
to camp and restore him to the happy
service of bis gods. With another al alluring,
luring, alluring, "Here, doggums!" I started on
my way. He shrank, trembled, hesi hesitated,
tated, hesitated, then was after me with a bound.
So I brought him triumphantly across
the Rubicon of the little stream, and
marched him Into camp under the as astounded
tounded astounded eyes of Cookie.
At sight of the negro the dog growled
softly and crouched against my skirt skirt-Cookie
Cookie skirt-Cookie stood like an effigy of amaze amazement
ment amazement done In black and white.
To' de La wd's sake. Miss Jinny,"
he burst at last, "am dat de ghos'-pig?"
"It was. Cookie, but 1 changed him
Into a live dog by crossing roy fingers.
Mind your rabbit's foot. He might
eat it, and then very likely we'd have
a ghost on our hands again.
"Yo' go 'long. Miss Jinny," said
Cookie valiantly; VYo think I scared
of any ghos' what lower hlsself to be
a live white mong'ol dog? Yere, yo
ki-yi, yo bettah mek friends with ol'
Cookie, 'cause he got charge o' de
grub.' Yere's a li'le fat ma'ow bone
what mebbe come offn yo own grand grand-chile,
chile, grand-chile, but yo' am goin' to mind dat
now yo' Is transformulated dis yere
way." And evidently the reincarnated
ghost-pig did not
With the midday reunion my hour
of distinction arrived. The tale of
the ghost-pig was told from the be beginning
ginning beginning by Cookie, with high tributes
to my courage in sallying forth in pur pursuit
suit pursuit of the phantom. Even those hold holding
ing holding other views of the genesis of the
white dog were amazed at his presence
on the Island. In spite of Cookie's as aspersions,
persions, aspersions, the creature was no mongrel,
but a thoroughbred of points. Not
by any means a dog which some little
South American coaster 'might have
abandoned here when It put in for
water. The most reasonable hypoth hypothesis
esis hypothesis seemed to be that he had be belonged
longed belonged to the copra gatherer,, and was
for some reason left behind on his
master's departure. But who that had
loved a dog enough to make it the
companion of ; his solitude would go
away and leave it? The thing seemed

to me incredible. Yet here, otherwise'

unaccounted for. was the corporeal
presence of the dog.
I had named the terrier in the first

ten minutes of our acquaintance. Cru

soe was the designation by which he

was presented to his new associates,

Violet tolerated him. Aunt Jane called

him a dear weenty pettums love, Cap Captain
tain Captain ; Magnus kicked him when he

thought I was not looking, Cuthbert

Vane chummed with him in frankest

comradship, and Mr. Shaw softened
toward him to an extextt which made

me inly murmur, Love me, love my 4

dog" only reversed. Not that I In the

(. least wanted to be loved, only you feel

It an impertinence in a person who so
palpably does not love you to en endeavor
deavor endeavor to eugage-4he affections of your
- As to Cookie, he magnanimously
consented to overlook Crusoe's dubi

ous past as a ghost-pig, and fed him ;

so liberally that the terrier's lean and

graceful form threatened to assume

The -oinours of a beer-keg.

requisition. I permitted the beautiful

j youth to understand that I would not
(decline an Invitation to be rowed about
the cove. Mr. SLaw had left his ma ma-j
j ma-j rine glasses lying abonr, and I had
j tteen doing some exploring with them,
j Under the great cliffs on the north

snore, or ine nay i esq seen an oo-

Ject that excited my curiosity. It
seemed to be the hull of a small ves vessel,
sel, vessel, lying on the narrow strip of rocks
and sand under the clifL Now, wreck wreckage
age wreckage anywhere fills me with sad and
romantic thoughts, but on the shore
of a desolate island even a barrel barrel-hoop
hoop barrel-hoop seems to suffer a sea-change into
something rich and strange. I there therefore
fore therefore commanded the b. y. to row me
over to the spot where the derelict
I lay back idly in the stern as the
boat skimmed over the smooth water

beneath the strokes of my splendid
oarsman. More than ever he looked
like the island god. Every day he
grew more brown and brawny, more
superb in his physical vigor.
The cliff3 on the north shore of the
cove were considerably higher than
on the other side. The wreck lay
close in, driven high upon the nar narrow
row narrow shelf of rocks and sand at the.
base of the -sheer ascent Sand had

heaped up around her hull and flung
itself across her deck like a white
winding-sheet Surprisingly, the ves vessel
sel vessel was a -ery small one, a little
sloop. Indeed, much like the fragile
pleasure-boats that cluster under the
Sausalito shore at home. The single
mast had Ut-u broken off short, and
the stump of the bowsprit was visi visible,
ble, visible, like a finger beckoning for rescue
frbrn the crawling sacd.
"Poor forlorn little boat!" I said.
"What in the world do you suppose
brought such a mite of a thing to this
unheard-of spot?"
"Perhaps she belonged to the copra
chap. One man could handle her."
-What would he want with her? A
small boat like this is better for fish fishing
ing fishing and rowing about the cove."
"Perhaps she brought him here from

Panama, though he couldn't have
counted on taking back a very bulky

"Then why leave her strewn about

on the rocks? And besides" here the

puzzle of Crusoe recurred to me and

seemed to link itself with this "then

how did he get away himself?"

We rowed in close under the port

bow of the sloop, and on the rail I

made out a string of faded letters. I
began excitedly to spell them out

"I s 1 oh. Island Queen You

see she did belong here. Probably she

brought the .original porcine Adam



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and Eve to the island."

"Luckily forgot the snake, though!"

remarked the 'Honorable Bertie with
unlooked-for vivacity. For so far Aunt
Jane's" trembling anticipations had

been unfulfilled by the sight of a sin single
gle single snake, a fact laid by me to the
credit of St. Patrick and by Cookie to
that of the pigs." .-

"Snakes 'd jes' be oysters on de half

shell to dem pigs," declared Cookie.

As we rowed away from the melan melancholy
choly melancholy little derelict I saw that near nearby
by nearby a narrow gully gave access to the
top of the cliff, and I resolved that
1 would avail myself of this path to
visit the Island Queen again. My mind
continued to dwell upon the unknown
figure of the copra gatherer. Perhaps
the loss of his sloop had condemned
him to weary months or years of soli solitude
tude solitude upon the island,, before the rare
glimmer of a sail or the trail of a
steamer's smoke upon the horizon
gladdened his longing eyes.
Suddenly I turned to Cuthbert Vane.
"How do you know, really, that he
ever did leave the Island?" I demand demanded.
ed. demanded.
"Who the copra chap? Well, why
else was the cabin cleared out so care carefully
fully carefully no clothes left about or any anything?"
thing?" anything?" ;
"That's true," I acknowledged. The
last occupant of the hut had evident evidently
ly evidently made, a very deliberate and order orderly
ly orderly business of packing up to go.
We drifted about the cove for a

Ocala House Qloclc

Everything in the Balding Line
My Work is Guaranteed
"The Stucco Man" There 52$

; An Excursion and an Alarm.
As the only person who had discov discovered
ered discovered anything on the island, I was now
Invested with a certain Importance.
Also, I had a playfellow and compan companion
ion companion for future walks. In lieu of Cuth Cuthbert
bert Cuthbert Vane, held down tight to the
thankless toil of treasure-hunting by
his stern taskmaster. But at the same
time I was provided with an annoying,
because unanswerable question which
had lodged "at the back of my mind
like a crumb In the throat:
By what strfuge chance had the
copra gatherer gone away and left
Crusoe on the island? f'
One monnng. instead of starting di directly
rectly directly after breakfast for the. cave,
Mr.' Shsiw busied himself in front of
the sTjpp'v tent with certain explo-ive
which wvre to be used in the diginir
o era lions later.
ffiivhi inquired of the Honorable

while, then steered into the dim mur murmuring
muring murmuring shadow of the treasure-cavern.
Mr. Vane indicated the point at which
they had arrived in their exploration
among the fissures opening from the
The place held me with it fascina fascination,
tion, fascination, but we dared not linger long, for

as the tide turned one man would have
much ado to manage the boat. So we
slid through the "archway Into the

bright sunshine of the cove, and
headed for the camp.

As we neared the beach we saw a
figure pacin? ft It was Dugald Shaw.
And quite unexpectedly my heart be began
gan began to beat with staccato quickness.
Dugald Shaw, who didn't like me and
who never looked at me except just
sometimes, when he was perfectly sure
I didn't know It there he was, wait waiting
ing waiting for us, and splashing into the
foam to help Cuthbert beach the boat
he for whom a thousand yars ago
the skalds would have made a sapra
The b. y. hailed him cheerfully
as we sprang out upon the sand.- But
the Scotchman was unsmiling.
"Make haste' after your tools, lad,"
he ordered. "We'll have fine work now
to set inside the cave before the turn."
Those were 'his words; his tone and
his grim look meant. "So In spite of
'ill my care you are being beguiled by
a mhix

i Tfr n-o c !- ?j trtno that I n ?r.virf

I "Oh. don't scold. Mr. Vane!" I Im

plored. "Every 'paradise has its ser serpent,
pent, serpent, and a there are no others here
I suppse I it Of course all lady
serpetits xvi!" ? r.o-v their business have
red hafr. Don't b'stiie Mr. Vfne for
wfci; wast nnt-ininv all my fault."
Nor Hr.e ?f M f:' '? ;?'r In Indeed
deed Indeed be "ore my hio-t v;.-i.;;s stab
it never did charge.
'To be sti re it -H':t" u-..r- -4.111:
?o bian.e -tlx la-!."" he a.-rred s.vbi-rlv.
"but ihir he hari'cns To be mirier try
n jitt'"'t,

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Li; r h 1 1 1 1

Old Time Prices Prevail
With the prices slashed to
the lowest point possible it is
apparent that your dollars at
lasj regain their cld-time value.
v It will be a source ol surprise
to see how-very economically
you can now furnish your en entire
tire entire home with flood quality

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Spot Cash Is Wi Dleees Dleees-san
san Dleees-san Even During Sale
We extend the jise ol our con convenient
venient convenient and liberal credit plan
to every custoner, even at our
reduced Sale Prices. Keep your
savings account intact! Pay
only a deposit on any purchase
and small weekly or semi semi-monthly
monthly semi-monthly payments on balance.


We have a full line of Ladies Ready-to-Wear and we sell on
the same Liberal Terms as those offered on FemisMng







ExlraSpecial ExtraSpecial ExtraSpecial ExIraJSpecie!
$1.00House Folding 27x54-inch 36-inch Opaque
Brooms Ironing Boards Tapestry Rugs' Window Shades
25c $3.00 02.95 48c
Extra Special Garbage Cans Extra special
. This Garbage Can Is an exceptional
value and it will be well for you to see
ComDlete tnis before you get yours. The Health 2-Qliart
K Department says that every resident
pOTCh Swings s musl navc a Garbage Can and we are Acme Freezers
j. ui on kj xiiso stlppiying these at a very Id w cost,
. Come early before they are all gone.
S.Oft 1 10-GalIon Galvanized Can (U H
ej.uu with top and handle...... il.tlO

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Out ol Town Patrons
If you live outside of Ocala
it will pay you to either
come to this sale in person
or to send us your mail
order. An experienced furni furniture
ture furniture salesman will take
pleasure in executing your
order carefully at the. prices
quoted and. as usual, we will
pack and ship FREE any
purchase within the state
amounting to $50 or over.



At Jordan's Old Stand

No Phone Orders

None Sent C. 0. D.

We will store your
purchases FREE of
charge until desired
upon payment of a
small sum.

Continued Tomorrow)

Th'? a Studebakr year.



; brother, Mr. Fred Buhl to Jackson Jackson-.
. Jackson-. jville last week, and Mr. Fred Buhl
Vernon Mil- j underwent an operation which was


M. J. Morrison, Mrs. Vernlcn Miller

and Mr. Tilden Gillis went down to
the Withlacooehee river on a fishing
trip and report a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison were


Day Phone 477 Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
. Gv B. Overton, Mgr.

rlvrv. An?. 9. Mr

ler was the guest of his brother-in-j successful and he will soon be

law ana sister, air. anu wi i ,' tt. v t xt- Mr.

j Mrs. Fred Kuhl, ilrs. ueorge uum ; caiiers at uumc v.
pass- and Mrs. Carl Buhl were business vis- j Buhl last Sunday evening.
j iters in Ocala last Saturday. I '

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison spent Mr. and -Mrs. n. J. aiorrison auecu- An A,"rj?l?rvxvT-r

anled tne funeral Ol Mrs. . Elevens; are iu ur xuaxiu u imiuwi

last Sunday at Fellowship. Cash and Carry Store. SU fc-outh Laie

i oned ay last week.

Mr. Timmons and his partner

ed through Calvary last week.

the dav last Sunday with Mr.

Mrs. L. I Home and had a nice visit.

; We dsjrejto thank oar frier: '? fc
the many kin sin esse 3 glioma and he)

given daring the last cys
services to oar beloved gra
Mr.. C. C. Stevens.

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ocala evening STAR, Wednesday, AUGUST 10. 1921

f)smms$t smumm



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Shirt Values

We are offering this week a lot of White
Wash Skirts in Gaberdines, Serf Satin,
Tricotines and Voiles All latest styles
and well made; a full line to select from;
values up -to $15, -at the "phenomenal,
low price of


Ocala's Leading
9 It
find Wi


OF Summer

Wash Dresses
At Half
We -Handle
Nothing i
But the
A Complete


In the heart, of iihe rity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service l
v second to non

That depends on the

Dr. Miles' Liver PilW

mild, gentle, effective. Use them. as an occasional

Goo. MocKay Co. f
Ocala, Fla.
White Ring self-rising flour 12 lb.
- 7; 2t lb. s..ick 11.3.1, at Har-

chlWrcn UnS2s

Dry Goods Store
and Skirts
The Fashion

Florida and Wsteern

line of Quality Groceries
the famous "Oversea
Products i

C00O MdMEr

liver. VjiV
u - - m
j O. v. Roberts Barney Spencer g
11 Phone 305 Phone 431. 1
2 ...
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Let ua deliver,, your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.



If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Miss Maud Keeffe leaves Sunday
for North Carolina to spend several
Miss Cornelia Dozier is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining the T. A. G. club this afternoon at
her home.
Gold Seal plain flour, 12 lb bag 65c.
24 lb bag $1.25. at Whittington's. 3t
Dr. E. B. Lytle and Postmaster
Brown represented Stanton in the
city today.
Mr. Hugh J. Nichols of Wildwood is
among the prominent business men
t from Sumter county in the city today.
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
Mis3 Rena Smith leaves tomorrow
for Atlanta to purchase an up-to-date
stock for the Style Hat Shop.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles leaves this aft
ernoon for Indiana, where she will
visit relatives for several weeks.
Subscribers who pay their sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions weekly and monthly must
get receipts at time of payment;
otherwise this office will not be. re responsible
sponsible responsible for such payments. 10-3t
Mrs- J. P. Galloway Johnnie Lee
Flynn, Muriel Galloway and Miss
Martha Fort of Moss Bluff were in
town today shopping.
Miss Mabel Goldman is expected
home Saturday from Gainesville,
where she has been for the past six
j weeks attending school.
Great variety brooms from 50c. to
$1 at Whittington's. 10-3t
. Many members of Ocala chapter No.
2, O. E. S.. went to Belleview last
-f Leaving, Aug. 10th to
"'i,'-a2v take a post graduate
V ourse. Jrieasea to be ox
?;.r .v service to you up to that
.'u.V.'G-V ;
Optometrist and Optician
; Eyesight Specialist
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
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.
Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Lc&vfi Arrive
2:20 am Jacksnnville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17pm- Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 em 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 pm
&to ' ArriT
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gaiiisville 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 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuosaay. -Thursday. Saturday.
Black-Draught, Lcnj ia Sacceisfc)
. Use, Praised by an Arkansas
MotHer, "Soea Doe
lis Work'
Marmaduke, Ark. Cpeaklng of
Thedfords Black-Draught, which from
long use in her household has become
regarded as "the family medicine,"
Mrs. Mary E. HilL of Rtate.l. this
place, says:
"When the children get bilious, 1
pive them a couple of goo doses, and
when we have sour stomach, headache,
or any liver or stomach trouble, we
i-se Black-Draught. It is an easy laxa
tive. and soon does the work. I cer
tsinly think It is one of the beat rem
euies made."
Slack-Draught acts on the Jadet
liver, gently, but positively, and helps
it in its important function of throw throwing
ing throwing out waste materials and poison?
from the system.
In thousands of households Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught Is kept handy for te:nediate
use in time of need. Prompt treatment
often is half the battle, and wiil often
I-rtrvett elicit ills from developing In
to s-'rious troubles.
Its veil-established merit, during
r 'ra thau 0 years of soccsful use,
should coaTinee you of tho helpful
effects obtiinaMe by takt-ag Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught for liver and stociach jJs-ordex-s.
. Get a package today, aud
keep It in your house, See fiat
the package bears tai ward,

evening to be present at the institu institution
tion institution of a chapter there. Mr. C E.
Connor, past grand patron, instituted
the chapter at Belleview and the work
was exemplified by the Ocala chapter.

After the work of the evening was
finished coffee, sandwiches, ice cream
and cake were served."
Miss Elizabeth Davis and Mr. N. P.
Davis leave tomorrow night for Vir
ginia and Atlanta. Miss Davis goes
to Langley Field, Va-, to visit ber
friend, Mrs. Bobzein, nee Miss Kath
leen Spencer, of this city, and Mr.
Davis accompanied his sister as far
as Atlanta, where he will be engaged
for several days with business affairs.
"Aladdin" thermol ware bottles,
half gallon and gallon sizes at pre
war prices. Court Pharmacy. 5-t
Mr. Ben Rheinauer leaves tomor
row afternooir for Hendersonville, N.
. ......
W where he will visit his brother and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhein
auer, after which he will go to New
York to purchase the fall stock for
C. Rheinauer & Company.
The new American Cafe at the
union station opens with dinner to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, and Mr. W. M. Davidson,
proprietor, is proud of his new quar
ters. '
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street Mar
ket, phone 108. tf
Mr. E. G. Peek leaves August 14th
for Chicago and Rochester, Mum,
and will be away from the city until
the middle of September, taking an another
other another special course in his profession.
Miss Venita Vickers of Douglas,
Ga., will conclude Saturday a pleasant
visit In the city, a guest at the home
of Mrs. R. J. Perkins. Mrs. Perkins
will accompany Miss Vickers to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick, Motor
Company. 4-tf
Mr. Albert Martin of Apopka is in
the city on account of the illness of
his grandfather. Col. John M. Martin.
During' his stay. in Ocala his wife and
two children are visiting relatives at
Mrs. Y. A. Blankenship, who has
been viisting in Savannah, will arrive
in the city today for a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. J. D. Metcalf, before
returning to her home in Ocala.
Gainesville News.
Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf
i : :
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Potter and son,
Martin of Jacksonville, are visiting
Mrs. Potter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Martin at Lake Weir.
Mr. John M. Martin Jr., mayor of
Jacksonville, and Mr. E. W. Martin
of Atlanta, sons of Colonel Martin,
are in the city to be with their father.
. -v
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
Miss Marguerite Plummer of An Anthony
thony Anthony returned home this afternoon
from Gainesville, Afrhere she has been
attending normal school for the past
six weeks. s
Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 4-tf
Mrs. McGinney and two children left
nAxr fnr thpir home in Georeia after
a pleasant visit at the Anthony
Farms, guests of Mr. and Mrs. a,
Miss Mary Birdsey, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Birdsey to Ocala, is a
guest at the home ef Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Harriss, Miss Birdseys cousins.
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10
eave for-Tampa. 2:15
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30
ave for Tampa 1:55
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51
ave for Tampa 4:05
Arrive from Tampa 2:14
ave for Jacksonville.... 2:15
Arrive from Tampa 1:35
eave for Jacksonville.,.. 1:55
Irrive from Tampa 4:16
eave for Jacksonville 4:17
Arrive from New York 1:34
eave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37
Arrive from St Petersburg 2:55
eave for New York...... 3:00
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:31
eave for St. Petersburg. 2:32
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34
-eave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35
Vrrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12
eave for Leesburg 10:13
Ajrive from St. Petersburg 2:28
jeave for Jacksonville.... 2:27
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daily except Sunday.... 11:50
Leave for Gainesville, daDy
except Sunday 4:45
Leave for Ijikeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, -Thursday, Saturday 7:25
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Wednesday and Friday.. 1:10
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Teams of Bear Cats.
Texas and California' are
bear cats when it cornea to
furnishing ball players to the
major leagues. Outside of a
couple of lnfielders from Texas
one. could select a pretty fair
team from each state. For ex example:
ample: example: Texas.
Hornsby, Cards (Winters),
Terry, Cubs (Denisoa), as.
Falk, White Sox (Austin), if.
Speaker, Indians (Hubbard),
McDonald, Braves (Houston),
Ainsmith, Tigers (York town).
Gibson, Braves (Austin), c.
Vaughn, Cubs (Haney Grove),
. Baumgartner. Phil. (Houston),
Napier, Reds (Hutchlns), p.
Kerr,. White Sox (Paris, p.
Hellman, Tigers (San Francis Francisco.)
co.) Francisco.) lb.
Boeckel, Braves -(Los Angel Angeles).
es). Angeles). 2b.
Johnson, White Sox (Laguna
Beach), ss.
Vitt. Red Sox (Oakland), 3b.
Meusel, Tankees (Los Angel Angeles),
es), Angeles), If.
Meusel, Phillies (Los Angeles),
Hooper, White Sox (Oakland).
Walters, Red Sox (San Frad Frad-cisco),
cisco), Frad-cisco), c.
Ruether, Dodgers (Alameda),
Portlca, Cards (Santa Bar Barbara),
bara), Barbara), p.
Ehmke, Tigers. (Los Angeles),
P. .
Leonard, Tigers (Freshe), p.

Baseball teams and fishermen- both
have their castoffs.
They are calling the Baltimore Ori Orioles
oles Orioles the nonstop team.
"Swat the fly" is the motto of other
players besides Babe Ruth.
Connie Mack doesn't care how poorly
a ball player goes so long as he tries.
There's Is a difference between
swinging at the ball and on the ball.
New York fans haven't given up the
idea ef a local world series this falL
Manager Jawn Even sometimes
leaves the field during playing hours
by request.
Rogers Hornsby gets mere mileage
ut of the ball than Babe Ruth. He
tilts It oftener.
P. D. Hinkle, baseball coach at But Butler
ler Butler college, has been signed by the
Indianapolis A. A. club.
They ought to let pitchers work In
a trench Instead of on a mound. They
have to duck a lot of drives.
Tommy Taylor. Birmingham ln-
fielder, Is rated one of the best in
the Southern league this year.
Long George Kelly Is about ready to
admit that Ruth still has something on
him as a home-run manufacturer.
The Robins have signed Clyde Me Me-Carty,
Carty, Me-Carty, an lnfielder from the Okmul Okmulgee
gee Okmulgee club of the Western association.
Pitcher BiU Doak of the' St. Louis
Cardinals had just got going when
on Decoration day he cracked his arm
The Dodgers are playing good ball
these days, regardless of what has
been the previous comment of the
experts. j
Jim Reynolds and Clyde Williams,
pitchers, have been traded ta the Jop Jop-lln
lln Jop-lln club by Kansas City for Pitcher
Jack Schenberg.
John Huber, lnfielder, after having
his tryouts with Detroit and else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, Is back with Greenville in the
South Atlantic league.
Galveston has "loaned" Pitcher Bill
Buscha to Shreveport. There is a
Natlenal association rule against such
loans, but they all do It,'
John M. Clark, star catcher of the
Columbia team during the past sea season,
son, season, was elected captain of the Blue
and White Varsity nine for the 1922
The Brooklyn club has made an of
fer to Danny McNIchols, second base baseman
man baseman of the University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania team, who has made a big rep reputation
utation reputation in college ball this season.
Francis Pratt, the Alabama collegi collegian
an collegian who joined the Chicago White Sox
recently, then was sent to Nashville,
is still on the go. His latest stop Is
with Rock Island In the" Three-I
Julie E. Mee of Chicago, former
University of Illinois shortstop under
contract to the Detroit Americana,
has been sent to the Portland dub
of the Pacific Coast league under as
optional agreement.
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
Fort King Camp No. 14 meeti at
K. of P. hall at 7;20 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8. o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C


(Continued from First Page)
missioners met at its office in the
Marion county court house, in Ocala,
Florida, at 8 o'clock p. hl, August 5,
1921, all members being present.
There were also present Messrs. J.
H. Taylor, L. K. Edwards and Dr. J.
G. Baskin, trustees tf county bonds.
The chairman announced that th
business before the meeting was the
consummation of the sale of the $560, $560,-000
000 $560,-000 of bonds of the county, dated July
1st, 1920, in the denomination of $1000
each, which were sold to the Munroe
& Charibliss National Bank of Ocala,
the Ocala National Bank, the Bank of
Dunnellon, and the. First State Bank
of Mcintosh, on the 9th day of July,
The chairman announced that he
and the clerk of the board had ex executed
ecuted executed the bonds as such chairman and
clerk respectively, and had affixed
thereto the official seal, of the board of
county, commissioners for and on be behalf
half behalf of the county, which action on
behalf of the said chairman and clerk
on motion of Mr. G. A. Waters, duly
seconded by Mr. E. B. Weathers, and
carried by unanimous affirmative vote
of all members, was approed and
Thereupon Mr. E. B. Weathers of offered
fered offered the following resolution:
Resolved, that upon payment of the
amount bid for the $560,000 of bonds
of said county, being the sum of $504, $504,-000
000 $504,-000 plus accrued interest, amounting
to $2,663.04, making a total of $506, $506,-663,04,
663,04, $506,-663,04, to the trustees of county
bonds now present that the said bonds
with interest coupons, attached Jor all
interest becoming due after July 1st,
1921, be delivered to the said banks,
or their representatives. The coupons
due January 1, 1921, and July 1st,
1921, to be detached from said bonds
before delivery.
Mr. E. B. Weathers moved the
adoption of said resolution, which
motion was seconded by Mr. G. A.
Waters and unanimously adopted by
an affirmative vote of all members
Thereupon the payment of the pur purchase
chase purchase price of said bonds to the bond
trustees and the delivery of the bonds
to the purchasers was consummated
in the presence of all members of the
said board, the bond trustees and the
representatives of the several bidders.
Cashier's checks in the amount of
$5,040 heretofore deposited with the
bid of the Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank and others, were returned
to their respective makers.
The county budget of expeenses
contemplated for the fiscal year 1921-
1922 as advertised and heretofore re recorded
corded recorded was considered and the board
ordered the following alternations.
General. fund: Account bond ex expenses,
penses, expenses, $4500 was added.
Fine and forfeiture fund: Account
sheriffs and deputies cost bills in
criminal cases reduced from $3300 to
$3200; witness fees, reduced from
$100 to $900; contingencies, reduced,
from $400 to $300; game warden, ad additional,
ditional, additional, $600.
Thereupon Mr. J. A. Talton intro introduced
duced introduced the following resolution:
Resolved that there shall be and is
heerby levied upon the taxable prop property
erty property in Marion county. Fla., for the
year 1921 a tax apportioned as. fol follows:
lows: follows: County Taxes'
General fund 4 mills
Fine and forfeiture fund. . mills
Road fund 7 mills
Outstanding indebt. fund.. 2 mills
Agricultural fund Vi mill
Bond, int. and sink. fund... IVt mills
School fund 10 mills
Total county taxes 32 mills
Dunnellon special road and bridge
district No. 2, 10 mills.
Bond, interest and sinking fund:
Ocala sub-school district No. 1, five
mills; Dunnellon sub-schiil district
No. 5, one mill; Reddick sub-school
district No. 6, five mills; Citra sub-
school district No. 10, five mills.
Special tax school districts: No. 1,
Ocala, 3 mills; No. 2, Mcintosh, 3
mills; No. 3, Belleview, 3 mills; No. 4,
Fantville, 3 mills; No. 5, Dunnellon, 3
mills; No. 6. Reddick, 3 mills; No. 7,
Pine Level, 3 mills; No. 9, Weirsdale,
3 mills; No. 10, Citra. 3. mills; No. 11,
Griner Farm, 3 mills; No. 12, Buck
Pond, 3 mills; No. 13, Sparr,; 3 mills;
No. 14, Candler, 3 mills; No. 15, Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, 3 mills; No. 16, Electra, 3
mills; No. 17. Blitchton, 3 mills; No.
18, Martel, 1 mill; No. 19, Fort King,
3 mills; No. 20. Capulet, 3 mills; No.
21, Linadale, 3 mills; No. 22, Cotton
Plant, 3 mills; No. 23, Orange Lake,' 3
mills; No. 24, Oak Hill, 2 mills; No.
25, Moss Bluff, 3 mills; No. 26, Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, 3 mills; No. 27, Cottage Hill, 3
mills; No. 28, Charter Oak, 3 mills;
No. 29, Pedro, 3 mills; No. 30,; Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, 3 mills v No. 31, Oklawaha, 3
mills; No. 32, Heidtville, 3 mills; No.
33, Pleasant Hill, 3 mills; No. 34, Ft.
McCoy, 3 mills; No. 35, Anthony, 3
mills; No. 36, Summerfield. 3 mills;
No. 37, Homeland, 3 mills; No. 38,
Shiloh, 3 mills; No. 39, Lowell, 3
mills; No. 40, Greenwood, 3 mills; No.
41, Burbank, 3 mills; No. 42, Ebene Ebene-zer,
zer, Ebene-zer, 3 mills; No. 43, Grahamviile, 3
Mr. J. A. Talton moved the adop-
tio nof saiad resolution, which motion
was seconded by Mr. E. B. Weathers
and, adopted by unanimous affirmative
vote of all members.
The clerk was directed to immed immediately
iately immediately certify to the county assessor
of taxes the total millage levied as
required by chapter 7810, laws of
The matter of appointment of a
game warden for Marion county wa3
considered and after discussion, Mr.
rje-'To p-sf Jr. was r?y on men


FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. 120 N. Sanchez Sa. 4t
WANTED Family sewing work
neatly done. Prices reasonable.
Phone 182. Mrs. Wood and Mrs.
Darling. 10-tf
DRESSMAKING Men's shirts a spe specialty.
cialty. specialty. Mrs. Darling and Mrs.
Woods. Phone 182. 30-tf
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. Private en entrance.
trance. entrance. Apply C. C Bryant, 805
Tuscawilla St. 29-tf
FOR SALE Iron water tank, in
good order, 600 gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet cf pipe. Apply to
Star office or write, to box 404,
SEWING! The sewing circle of the
Catholic church will take orders to
do any kind of plain sewing. Chil Children's
dren's Children's clothes a specialty. For in
formation or to leave orders phone
HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
to do your moving, long or short
ditsance. Also let me attend to mov moving
ing moving baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrey, phone 434. 4-tf
FISH DEALERS A lot of old news newspapers
papers newspapers for wrapping can be had at
the Star office at a 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 Elixa Maning, Box 56,
Route' 2, Micanopy, Fla. -6-3t
WANTED At once, srdall farm witb witb-'
' witb-' in two miles of Ocala. Give full de description,
scription, description, number of acres in tract;
how much cleared; how much under
fence; buildings, etc.; lowest price
for immediate acceptance. Address
"H. Y. B." care Ocala Star. 8-6t
WANTED A poistion in a garage
. or grocery store. Have had three
years experience in latter place.
Can furnish good references. Ad Address
dress Address 722 West Washington St. 8-Ct
LOST Somewhere between Belleview
and Ocala, an auto bumper, painted
blue. Leave at Star office for re reward.
ward. reward. 8-3t
STOLEN From Candler, Fla, tele telegraph
graph telegraph office, one Hampton watch,
special railway, 23 jewels. No.
1280635, in open face case Duber
special No. 5G67097. I don't want
the vatch, but I do want the thief.
Address C. W. Quick, Candler, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 9-10t
WANTED Salesman with car to
call on dealers with low priced
8000-mile tire. Salary and expenses
with extra commissions. Goodstock
Tire Co., 209 S. LaSalle St Chicago,
111. It
SWEET GUAVAS Six basket crate,
$1.50;, standard bushel box, $1.75;
cash with order. Now ready. Prices
f. o. b. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
Fla. 8-9-tf
TAKEN UP Three shoats; 2 black,
1 white swallow fork and underbit
left ear. Owner may have same by
paying expenses incurred. Phone
407. C. G. Barnett. 9-lCfc
to the governor for appointment to
that position.
The board ordered that the follow following
ing following transfers of funds be made:
General fund: $98.97 from light,
fuel and water; $1.43 from dipping
vat construction; $9.99 from expense
of election, 16 cents from record
books; 78 cents from repairs to county
buildings, and $75.34 from postage;
$47.75 to advertising; $15.25 to in insanity
sanity insanity inquestsffi $81.07 to coroner's
inquests; $29.60 to tax colletcor's com commissions;
missions; commissions; $13 to hospital account.
Fine and forfeiture fund: $111.34
from witness fees; $20 from pay to
jurors; $84.08 from constables' cost
in criminal cases; $164.43 from clerk
cost in criminal cases; $31.80 from
justice of peace costs; $48.80 from
court stenographer; $40 from dis discharge
charge discharge money to convicts and $36.31
from probation officer: $73.25 to coun county
ty county judge cost bills; $286.90 to sher sheriff's
iff's sheriff's cost bills; $13.85 to sheriff's com commissions
missions commissions on fines; $111.90 to deeding
prisoners and $67.86 to contingencies.
Road fund: $14.75 from free labor;
$223.22 from contingencies; $6.65
from convict guards; 06.84 from road
inspection by commissioners; $179.71
to tools and machinery. C08 and re repairs;
pairs; repairs; $123.36 to feeding and care of
convicts; $8.40 to gasoline and oil,
and directed the clerk to write the
comptroller and request that he ap approve
prove approve said transfers.
The county judge, county deposi depository,
tory, depository, sheriff, tax collector, justicescf
peace and inspetcors of mark aud
brands filed reports.
The. following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover tills duly examin examined,
ed, examined, passed and ordered paid, to-vnt:
General fund: 32017 to 12117, ;9Sd.iO;
road fund, 14SS5 to 14374, S7403.C2;
state aid road fund, 1078 to 1102,
$307; agricultural fund, 732 to 73-3 for
$1400; fine and forfeiture fund, i C2
to 8135, $7r,2.2.
.The board thereupon ariJ-'.-urr:
R. E. risTert, CI :.i:. .;.

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