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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight; Tuesday partly ctoadyprobaly local showers in north and central portions, gentle to moderate variable winds. TEMPERATURES This morning, 72; this af Uraooa, 87.
VOL 27 v- OCALA. FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1921 NO. 192
BIDET BUGS 1ST. PETE B
PlElin TO EAT III
A CLASS! PLACE
IIIII AT FIVE
BUSY TUIS WEEK
A TEAS AT
I A STRIKE
Administration Tax BUI as Drafted by
House Ways and Means Commit
tee is Now Up, for Approval
i Washington, Aug. 15. The admin
Jstration tax bill as drafted by the
House ways and means committee
was ; presented for approval today at
a conference of republican represen
latives and was to be formally intro-jing
duced in the House by Chairman jed union men 87 cents and the union
Fordney at 5 p. m. It then will be? workers refused. The employers then
made public. j set the wage at 80 cents, and 158
READY TO PASS
Washington, Aug. 15. House Re Republicans
publicans Republicans wefe ready today to pass
on the administration tax revision bill
as drafted by majority members of
the ways, and means committee and
decide upon procedure in the House
during consideration of the measure,
;now planned to begin next Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. REPORT GOOD ROADS BILL
The federal good roads aid bill was
favorably reported to the Senate to today
day today and efforts will be made o pass it
before the recess.
! TO BREAK A TREATY
Agreement for a final vote October
10 on Senator Borah's bill providing
free tolls for American ships passing
through the Panama canal was'reach was'reach-ed
ed was'reach-ed today by the Senate.
GOVT LOANS TO FARMERS
Government loans to farmers of the
South to tide them over until they
can market their cotton crop was
urged today by Martin Amorous of
Marietta, Ga., before the congression congressional
al congressional committee investigating agricul agricultural
tural agricultural conditions.
. FOR SMOKERS
Tampa, Aug. 13. J. A. Killebrew,
a detective of the local police depart department,
ment, department, has resigned to accept a posi position
tion position as chief of police of Sanford un
der the new commission-manager
form of government.
Killebrew was presented with a
handsome pipe by his : f ormer asso associates
ciates associates just before leaving here. The
pipe was an exae,t reproduction of one
he had lost while engaged in a raid
jluring which he was the" object of
several shots, but escaped without in in-jury.
jury. in-jury. : '-;
THOMPSON GOING TO
THE VIRGINIA ISLANDS
(Associated Press) -,
Gainesville, Aug. 15. Professor J.
B. Thompson, since October 1919,
Associated with the state agricultural
experiment station here as a special specialist
ist specialist in grass and forsfge crops,' has re resigned
signed resigned to accept the directorship of
the : experiment station at St. Croix,
" .: Professor Thompson, whose resig resignation
nation resignation became effective August 9th,
was considered an authority on forage
and gras sexperfinents and his knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of grasases adapted to the Flor Florida
ida Florida conditions, caused his advice to be
frequently sought by farmers and
cattlemen throughout the state.
!';. . . 1
' WITH FLETCHER
Washington, Aug. 14, Senator- D.
U. Fletcher of Florida, a democrat
member of the Senate commerce com committee,
mittee, committee, was called to the White House
yesterday by. President Harding for
a conference in regard to shipping
; rates and familities from southern
ports to foreign countries. The pres president's
ident's president's attention was ; attracted to. the
subject by a speech recently deliver delivered
ed delivered in the Senate by Senator Fletcher
charging that the South was not re
ceiving entirely fair treatment underJ
present rate schedules. The Florida
senator presented detailed figures
showing comparative rates affecting
northern and southern ports and Mr.
Harding Is understood to have sig signified
nified signified his intention to investigate the
subject further. j
ARMY OF GREEKS
Symrna, Aug. 15. The Greeks have
begun a second offensive against the
Turkish nationalists, the latter retir retiring
ing retiring rapidl ytoward the Sakaria river
. without offening resistance.
Union Men in Sunshine City Refuse to
Work for Less Than one
Dollar an Hour
St. Petersburg, Aug. 15. Union
; painters here struck today rather than
take a cut from $1 to 80 cents an
hour. ifrrion men havo been getting
$1. Non-union men have been work-
for-87 cents. Employers offer-
union men quit work.
BAD LUCK FOR BURNS
Lost His Life Less Than Half an Hour
After Winning a Motor-
; Toledo, Aug. 15. Less than half an
hour after he had broken the world's
dirt track motorcycle with side car
record for one mile here yesterday,
covering the distance in 42 seconds,
Albert Burns, age 27, of Oakland,
Calif., was fatally injured when in the
first lap of 'a 25-mile race a fellow
rider crowded him," forcing his ma machine
chine machine to skid and crash through the
f enee. Burns' neck was broken.
ARTHUR AND MADELYN
ON TRIAL IN LOS ANGELES
" (Associated Press) ;
Los Angeles, Aug. 15. Arthur
Burch and Mrs.1 Madelyn Obenchair
were arraigned today in superior
court here on the charge of murder murdering
ing murdering J. Belton Kennedy Their attor attorneys
neys attorneys asked for an extension of time in
which to plead. They were granted
until August 22nd.
Riga, Aug. 15: A deadlock was
reached today in the negotiations
relative to American relief for Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's famine sufferers between the
American relief administration and
officials acting in behalf of the soviet
famine relief committee. Action by
Washington and Moscow will be nec necessary
essary necessary to decide the issue, it is. de declared.
HOURS WITH OIL BLAZE
Philadelphia, Aug. i5. Fire at the
Point Breeze oil works of the Atlantic
Refining Company, in which five per persons
sons persons were killed and. nearly a score
injured, was extinguished early today
after a 24-hour battle. The loss is
estimated at one million dollars.
Firemen Had to Renew the Fight
Fire broke out again shortly before
noon today at the Point Breeze plant.
Three alarms summoned 7 the we"ary
firemen back from the fire house to
which they have returned only a few
hours previously to combat a rearing
pillar of flames shooting 100 feet in
j the air from a sewer fed by 20,000
gallons of oil by-products. The blaze
was extinguished after it had burned
about two hours.
WORKING CONDITIONS BAD
AMONG GEORGIA WOMEN
Ten hours and longer is the sched scheduled
uled scheduled working day of 70 pec cent of
the American born white women em employed
ployed employed in the industries of 15 towns
rnd cities of Georgia, according to a
preliminary report just issued by the
U. S. Department of Labor through
the woman's bureau. One-fifth f
these women earn less than, $8.00 a
week, and medium wage is $1120 a
week. Hazards in the form of un
guarded machinery, un-inclosed eleva
tors and inadequate fire protection
were found in more than one-half the
plants visited and need for-improved
sanitary arranf ements were found in
a still Erreater proportion of the
SARAH BERNHARDT NOT SICK
, (Associated Press)
Paris Aug. 15. Sarah Bernhardt,
rumors of whose illness were current
here Saturday, is in good health, says
a telegram from an editor on the
staff of the Journal, who is spending
his vacation on the island where the
famous singer has a summer home.
In South Carolina and Alabama
, Strong Forces of State Troops
Have Been Called Out
Charlotte, N. C..v Aug. 15. With
state troops on the scene, the Locke
cotton mill at Concord reopened this
morning with no disorder of conse consequence.
quence. consequence. The troops formed a line
across the street from the mill and
refused to allow any but those who
were to go to work to cross.
GUARDING A NEGRO
Greenwood, S. C, Aug. 15. A
crowd estimated at about 2000 is at attending
tending attending the special term of sourt
which opened this morning to try
Pink Griffin, the negro charged with
the murder of Dr. Lawton C. Lips Lipscomb,
comb, Lipscomb, a prominent farmer, July 5th
ANOTHER IN ALABAMA
Anniston, Ala., Aug. 15. Two com companies
panies companies of infantry and two machine
gun units of Alabama National Guard
left Camp McClellan this morning for
Birmingham to accompany. Clyde
Thomas, a negro, to Centerville' for
arraignment and trial on the charge
of murder in connection with the
death of a farmer's fourteen-year-old
daughter near Randolph Tuesday. The
girl is said by the authorities to have
been criminally assaulted a and then
choked to death.
SOUTHERN STATES BREED
GOOD AERIAL SAILORS
Washington, "Aug. 15. Southern
states will be well represented among
the men on the. navy's big dirigible
ZR2 when it sails from Howden, Eng England,
land, England, probably Aug. 25 on its trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic air voyage for Lakehurst, N.
One of the watch officers is Lieut.
Henry W. Hoyt, of Clearwater, Ha.,
and the assistant engineer will be
Chief Machinist Shine S. Halliburton,
of Macon, Ga. Among the riggers
will.be Maurice Lay, of Greensboro,
N; C.-, and among the mechanics will
be Charles W. Cass, of Jacksonville,
Fla., Lloyd E. Crowl, of South Caro
lina, and Llewellyn T. Stevens of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga. One of the radio operators
will be John T. Robertson, chief elec electrician,
trician, electrician, of New Smyrna, Fla.
Lieut: Hoyt, who is 31 years old, is
a native of Clearwater, Fla, graduat graduated
ed graduated from the rfaval academy in 1914
and specialized in kite balloon duty
at sea. He won a navy cross during
A number of other Southern men
will be aboard. They include Lieut.
Comander Valentine N. Beig, a native
of Alexandria, Va., whose home is at
Bryn Mawr, Pa., is senior engineer
officer of the ZR2. Lieut. Commander
Richard F. Byrd Jr.. retired, air navi navigation
gation navigation officer of the' vessel, is a native
of Winchester Va.. making his home
in Washington, D. C.
FLORIDA BEE KEEPERS
MEET AT MOUNT DORA
Mount Dora, Aug. 12 All bee keep keepers
ers keepers in Central Florida have been .in
vited to attend a meeting here Ag.
15th for the purpose of organizing the
Central Florida BeeKeepers Associa Association.
tion. Association. J. VT. Barney of Bradentown,
president of the State Beekeepers As Association,
sociation, Association, and officials of the state de de-pa
pa de-pa itment of agriculture will be speak speakers
ers speakers at the meeting.
TEDDY WOULD HAVE LOVED
THAT MAN TAYLOR
Milton, Aug. 12. The Rev. W. N.
Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, of this coun county,
ty, county, are receiving the congratulations
of friends throughout West Florida,
because of the arrival of the twenty twenty-second
second twenty-second baby in the Taylor household,
a girl. -Mrs. Taylor, who is thirty thirty-eight
eight thirty-eight years of age, is not the mother
of all the Taylor children, however,
being the-econd wife of Mr. Taylor.
Mr. Taylor is fifty-four years old.
Carter's famous BUTTERNUT
BREAD in two size loaves may be
had at the bakery or at retail groc grocery
ery grocery stores. Accept no substitute, as
there is none so good. Carter's
Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every
thing for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm
And Independence Seems to be
One Point on Which British
Will Not Agree
Loudon, Aug. 15. England today
facedf the crucial period in negotia negotiations
tions negotiations looking to the establishment of
peace in Ireland. The action of the
British government yesterday in mak making
ing making public letters exchanged between
Premier Lloyd George and de Valera,
showed the people that a virtual dead deadlock
lock deadlock existed and although the door
is declared to have been left open for
further parleys it was apparent the
situation is one of considerable grav gravity.
Great Britain offered Ireland com complete
plete complete autonomy in finance and taxa taxation,
tion, taxation, military forces for home de defense,
fense, defense, her own police and, among
other things, control of the Irish
.In his reply to Mr. Lloyd George,
Mr. De Valera argued for independ independence
ence independence and offered to submit the Ulster
questions for arbitration.
- In his final letter Mr. Lloyd George
denied Ireland's right to secession,
refused foreignarbitration, for Irish
questions and expressed the hope that
Ireland would accept the British
terms, which he declared the best that
could be offered.
OCALA AND LEESBURG
Leesburg's first nine journeyed to
Ocala on Thursday of last week and
come out on the wrong end of a. 2 to
1 score. Epperson pitched a splendid
game for Leesburg but he was handi handicapped
capped handicapped by poor support. The Ocala
oufit was held to six badly scattered
blows and nine batsmen were added
to "Lefty's" whiff out list. Jtube El El-rod
rod El-rod was on the mound for the Ocalans
and succeeded in baffling the local
sluggers when hits meant runs.
Outside the pitching of Epperson,
the fielding f Buckles was said to be
the most sensational part of the lo locals'
cals' locals' defensive system. Fans who wit
nessed the game declare that the big
receiver was the life of the whole
team, and 'that he caused the Ocala
catcher to turn green with envy when
he went back after a difficult pop-up.
The locals met Ocala again yesterday
with the hopes of closing the series C
, .' , j .Those and send a young flood over the
by making it 3 to 1 in Leesburg's .
favor. Leesburg Commercial.
They have another hope a-coming.
, GRADE SUCCESSFUL
Warrant officers from various army
posts in the United States assembled
.f Va.- HfTVmc:-kTi fla rtn Alienist
Ob UI b iuvi utinvu, C
11, 12 ana 13th, for the first annual
convention of the Warrant Officers'
Association, United States Army.
The grade' of warrant officer is a
comparatively new thing in the army
and men .who hold that rank are
former non-commissioned officers with
more than ten years service in the
regular army,, who served as commis commissioned
sioned commissioned officers during the world war.
They rank next beiow second lieuten lieutenants,
ants, lieutenants, wear .the uniform of a commis commissioned
sioned commissioned officer without the Sam Browne
belt, and perform such duties as they
are best fitted for by reason of their
former training and experience in the
' vlhe national council of the associa association
tion association is located in Atlanta, and most of
thethe natitonal officers are on duty
at the Candler warehouse in that city
or at Fort McPherson.
Col. Symmonds. chief of staff of the
Fourth Corps Area, gave a short talk
and welcomed the delegates to Fort
McPherson. Messages wishing the
association every success were read
from General Pershing, General Har
ris, adjutant general of the army, and
from other general .officers who are
chiefs of the various branches of the
These messages also brought out
tfc fart that, while the grade of
warrant officer in the army is of com
paratively recetn origin, results have
already proven that its establishment
is a success.
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
men, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
You are going to buy atJIAR atJIAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' atJIAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youll save money. 807 S.
lime St. 27-tf
Ocmla's Railroad Restaurant for Neat Neatness
ness Neatness and Excellent Food Served
is the Equal ofAny
There are many larger railroad
restaurants in the country, but we
doubt that there is a better one than
that at the union station in Ocala, W.
M. Davidson, proprietor, which had
its formal opening Sunday.
In the first place, the building is of
brick and concrete and looks neat and
classy from the outside. It stands at
the western end of the station, and is
ninety-five feet long by thirty wide.
Entering the east end, the traveler
finds basin and faucet at his right, to
get the dust off his face and hands,
and to his left a very neat little dining
room, the table of which will seat
eight, and which is called the "bridal
dining room,1 because it is adapted to
the use of a honeymoon party. It can
be engaged by a party in advance,
and is also available when the bigger
dining room overflows. -The main
room is about sixty feet long, and
equipped along the north side with
marble-topped tables, accommodating
six each. On the other side is a long
lunch counter, at which anything
from a cup of coffee to a good sized
dinner can be obtained. At the west
end of the room are big refrigerators
from which lunch boxes can be filled
in a hurry, also a big icebox, generally
holding in addition to the ice scores
of bottles of cold soda. The ice. wa water
ter water supply is right by it. The water
doesn't touch the ice but it is forced
through collsvin the icebox, coming out
at the faucet chilly cold.
The kitchen is a pleasant place to
visit. It isn't the hot, oderif erous,
greasy place a big kitchen, and some
smaller, usually is. Big electric fans
keep the people in it from melting,
even on the hottest days. There is a
big ,range, with a canopy and flue
above it, to carry off the odors of
cooking. There s also a big gas
Stove, for lunches and short orders at
brief notice. There is a store room at
the end of the kitchen', and on the
side by the tracks is a room contain
ing a lunchicounter for colored peo people.
ple. people. Everything about the place is neat
and clean. They don't depend much
on mops and brooms, but turn on the
floor, sweeping "everything before it.
The restaurant is open twenty-four
hours a day. The food is excellent,
well-cooked and served at a most
Mr. Davidson has an excellent corps
of assistants. Several of them have
been with him for years, and all are
skilled and anxious to please. Not
, 1 ii .i.
J ao ine
railroad patronage but a large num
ber of the town and country people
go there, especially for Sunday din
ners, and several board there regular-
The opening of this new and well-
appointed restaurant must be consid considered
ered considered as among the important improve
ments of Ocala.
OAK VS. INVERNESS
The Oak baseball team will play
the Inverness team Tuesday afternoon
at Oak. Large crowds always attend
these gamfces at Oak and the people
who go are always weH repaid for
TWO GAMES THIS WEEK
The manager of the ball team has
arranged two games with Gainesville
for Thursday and Friday of this
week. Gainesville has one of the
strongest teams in the state, having
roarh Kline of the University of
Florida as its coach. Ocala has ma
terially strengthened its team by get
ting Rube Elrod and V. Taylor to do
the pitching. Elrod has been appoint appointed
ed appointed coach and says that he will give
Ocala some good baseball for the rest
of the season. Ocala is playing good
bail now. Come out- and help the team
alone. Ocala has won 19 and lost 13
games and tied one. This is not bad
for the team as it has played all com
ers and refused no games with any
team where they could see their way
Subscribers who pay their sub
scriptions weekly and monthly must
get receipts at tune of i payment;
otherwise this office will not be re
sponsible for such payments. 10- t
Appointed to Serve During Little
Over Two Months Each
Tallahassee, Aug. 15. Governor
Hardee has appointed the following
as citrus fruit inspectors to serve
from Sept. 1st to Nov. 5th this year:
W. R. Griffin. Sutherland; C. E. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Dade City; S. D. Brown, Floral
City; John M. Keen, Lakeland.
FLORIDA CROP REPORT
(U. S. Dept. of Agriculture)
Gainesville, Aug. 15. The citrus
outlook is improving except on the
lower east coast, where the conditions
it critical on account of dry weather.
Favorable weather boosts production
prospects of most staple crops, cotton
being about the only exception.
Condition of Citrus Fruits
Citrus prospects show some im improvement
provement improvement through the central high highland
land highland section of the belt and are dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly favorable on the west coast.
Prospects are from fair to good along
the lower edve of the belt except on
the lower east coast where rain is
badly needed. Condition for the state
as a whole is 86 per cent of normal
for both oranges and grapefruit, com compared
pared compared with 89 for oranges and 80 for
grapefruit a year ago.
Fruit is developing nicely and is be-
ginning to show color in South Flor Florida
ida Florida but bearing trees on the lower
east coast are in bad condition except
where irrigated and loss from shed shedding
ding shedding is anticipated, even with rain in
the near future.
Limes are Bloving
Limes are moving freely and are of
good quality and size. Production will
be less than for last year.
Estimates of production for oranges
and grapefruit will be published early
Reports from California show Aug.
1 condition at 86 per cent for oranges
and 84 per cent for lemons compared
with 87 per cent for oranges and 85
per cent for lemons a month ago. Con
dition a" year ago was 87 per cent for
oranges and 89 per cent for lemons.
Condition of Most Staple Crops Good
Favorable July weather is reflected
in condition figures for most of the
state's tsaple crops. Production of
corn, sweet potatoes, peanuts and
other field crops will run well ahead
of -earl yestimates. Condition of rice
has deteriorated slightly but prospects
are still good for1 satisfactory yields.
Tobacco production will fall under
lats year on account of dry weather
early in the season. Hay crops, gen
erally, have made splendid growth
and pasture continues to improve.
Wet weather is intervering with hay
harvesting over a large part of the
Cotton Prospects Gloomy
Cotton prospects are gloomy. Con
dition on July 25th had dropped to
sixty per cent of normal, compared
with seventy per cent a month earlier
and sixty-four per cent a year ago.
Weevil damage is heavy and rusting
and shedding is becoming general on
account of rains' Some cotton is open-
ing and picking has started on a
small scale. Production is estimated,
at slightly les sthan 14,000 bales, com compared
pared compared with 17,906 bales last year, 15, 15,-925
925 15,-925 two years ago, 29,415 three years
ago and 37,858 bales in 1917.
SCIENTIST OF NOTE WILL
TEACH AT FLORIDA
Gainesville. Aug. 12, E. L. Lord,
oraduate of Cornell University, has
been named as assistant professor of
botany and horticulture at the Uni-
itv of Florida, according to an
nouncement made at the agricultural
coollege here. -Professor Lord has
had 12 years experience in this work
in Texas and Louisiana, and following
his graduation from Cornell, under underwent
went underwent a post-graduate course. He is a
natice' of New York state, and re received
ceived received his early training in the grade
and high schools of Syracuse. He also
studied under Dr. IL J. Webber, well
known educator throughout the coun
try. Professor Lord has ben in the
South since 1909 when be- went to
Texas, and it is understood he plans
to make his future home in this state.
Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call, at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
ocala Evening star, monday, august is, 1921
;cala Evenino Star
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End submarine than Germany was.
France could bring men to her coast
ten times faster than Great Britain
BURIAL OP AUBREY PORTER IS
The following regarding the last
could send men across the channel. services to Aubrey Porter, the young S
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As : for the : Japanese, they ; simply
couldn't get at the French, and there
is no reason to suppose they are as
good soldiers, man to man, as the
soldier who died here a couple of
weeks ago., is from the Rnssellville,
Ky., Messenger, and will be of inter interest
est interest to the friends he made in Ocala:
Body of Soldier Boy Buried
The remains of Aubrey ,W. Porter,
son of Mr., and Mrs. Charles Porter,
were brought from Ocala, Fla Wed-
Catts was a guardian of liberty and
Harchvick seems to be a kuklux.
Ths.t Lena Clarke murder case in
Orlando looks to us like the result of
too much dope.
Even Ocala would like to experi experiment
ment experiment with the commission-manager
form of civic government It raay.be J--- ml,.uv aTVj raiA tn ct ;
that our memory is defective but we:5Iaple Grorre) brief 8erTk.ea by
believe Brother Benjamin of the Ocala Dn i. He served in the war I
Star used to think it some new-1 fift matith, -n ;n Franc eirht
fangled contraption that kept people months of that time. He was among
in nui waier an xne ume ana never ulq vA t,' j wt.
the Hindenberg line and later was
with the aimay of occupation in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Wlbfle in faithful discharge of
his duty in the service of his country
he contracted tuberculosis. He was
sent to a military hospital in "South
Carolina List September where he was
under medical treatment until about
two month s ago. He failed to re receive
ceive receive any benefit and grew rapidly
worse. H died at his home in Ocala,
Fla. He was a Christian and resign resigned
ed resigned to his dksath. The body was accom
panied to Rnssellville by the father,
mother and brother, who until recent
ly were refiidents of Lewisburg, where
he has majiy relatives and friends. He
was a young man of sterling qualities,
27 years old. He was yard clerk in
Guthrie three years previous to his
going into the war and several months
on his retiurn from across the sea.
succeeded in getting anywhere. But
it all goes to show that for a news newspaper
paper newspaper man it is never too late to turn
from the evil of his ways. The Star
can be of great assistance in helping
Ocala to help herself. Lakeland Tele Telegram..
Thanks, most exalted highness for
your most magnanimous condescen condescension.'
sion.' condescension.' But as you have balled up your
facts, it's of little use to us.
Does that carmine sheet that goes
with the Jacksonville Metropolis prove
that its editor is a well-read man.
People who persistently read Tom
"Watson's publications inevitably suc succumb
cumb succumb to softening of the brain.
' Wt thank the St. Petersbug Times j
for giving, us its moral support
against the evil practice of using type typewriters
writers typewriters for wood pulp mills.
The Fort Lauderdale Herald wants
to know why that town can't have
Sunday ice delivery,. Lack of the
congealed fluid is causing a lot of
spoiled provisions to be thrown out
eyery Monday morning. The truth is
that ice is as much a public utility as
water and electric current, and if it is
wrong to deliver ice it is wrong to
deliver the other two.
In their call for a conference on
disarmament and straightening out
the differences between nations, Pres-
ident Harding and Secretary Hughes
are doing nothing more .than follow
ing in. the footsteps of ex-President
Wilson. It was his idea, and if his
plan had been put into effect at once.
with latitude for improvements or
changes, it would have been working
Secretary of State Hughes will
represent the United States in the
disarmament conference to meet; in
Washington in November.
While redskins once bit the dust,
pedestrians are now doing it. Tampa
Tribune. ' :
" They are chewing gasoline up this
'way,- '.;- V;
' To the Miami papers we will say
- that it makes no difference what the
charter of a city is as long as the
governing- body does not obey it and
' the people supinely allow them to
. disobey it. v ; -:
Mr And Mrs.'. John T. Lewis and
baby :. of Marion county arrived here
Thursday and will spend several days
looking over property they own in the
'Glades near here. They are old friends
and their coming gives us much pleas
ure. We hope that they may come
here to live. Fort Lauderdale Sen Sentinel.
tinel. Sentinel. -;-rt.' i -"..'';
You can't have John. We want
him here in Marion. ..' -,
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: Are we going to wait until the
worlld disarms before we announce
that we are at peace with it ? Tampa'
. The safest policy.
. .Wonder where ,the idea ever ob obtained
tained obtained that a smuggler couldn't be
arrested outside the marine limit?
Smugglers have been followed half halfway
way halfway across the ocean by the revenue
vessels -of various nations.
. The Harding administration would
have a pleasant time if it could keep
its eyes off that sword of Democracies
.hanging over its head. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. '';":; :'
Ptetty good parody.
They are having 4 lots of worry
about schools that can't be kept open
in "i several counties. .It is possible
that after a while our boneheaded
lawmakers may, find that the tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer can't pay more money than he
Why do not these Florida doters on
the antique shut -up nagging the gov government
ernment government and buy Fort Marion them themselves.
selves. themselves. It's no use to the govern government.
ment. government. St. Augustine could buy the
old fort and then make money out of
it by charging admission to it.
Manatee county high sichool term
ha been reduced to eight months and
;that of all lower grades to four
months. And Manatee county is in
And Florida has a squirming squad squadron.
ron. squadron. ......
. The supreme court of Florida has
ruled that a husband has no right to
protest when he sees his wife walk walk-,
, walk-, injr with another man. A husband
who would see his wife walking with
a man he disapproved of and didn't
make emphatic and immediate pro protect
tect protect had better go out of the husband
The Times-Union thinks that Great
Britain or Japan could defeat any na nation
tion nation on earth except America. We
doubt that Great 'Britain or Japan
could defeat France. For one thing,
France would have the moral support
of America against any other nation.
For another, France would be a more
dangerous enemy with the airplane
Impossible to make any city better
than is a majority of its inhabitants.
Impossible to make' it as good.- We
r.otice, however, that 'some of your
law-breaking minority is in trouble
If Henry buys Muscle Shoals it
means youH nave to put more muscle
behind the Ford crank. Orlando Sen Sentinel.
tinel. Sentinel. But the farmers will probably have
to pay less for their fertilizer.
Wacahoota, Aug. 12. Mr. J. W
May of Jacksonville, has r been over
here for the past week, seeing after
his farm and visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bradshaw and
children- and Mr. George Gibbons of
Archer an,d Miss Pearl Bell of De De-Funiak
Funiak De-Funiak Springs, spent, last. Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry.
Mrs. Mary Seigler, whoh as been
visiting her brother, Mr. J. O. Tyson,
left Saturday for a visit to relatives
at Melrose and Grandin. ;
Mrs. V. P. Smith, Mrs. J. O. Tyson
and Mr. i: M. Smith were week-end
visitors to Melrose. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Collie Sherouse of
Micanopy, and Mrs. Ed Smith of Shi Shi-loh,
loh, Shi-loh, were guests to supper of Mrs. C.
R.. Curry Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Lute Howell, Mr. and
Mrs. Elvin Bruton and Mr. C. R.
Curry were shopping in Gainesville
Mr. R. W. Mosely, inanager of the
turpentine camp here for Ball & Co.,
received a pennant and : prize last
Thursday of $200 for thebest kept and
worked turpentine woods in the
South. The prize was given by the
naval stores company. Mr. Mosely is
a prosperuos and hustling business
man and we are glad to have him in
Mrs. L. M. Smith and Mrs. C. M.
Smith left today for an outing in
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Bruton enter entertained
tained entertained a number of friends at a party
Monday evening. They gave every everybody
body everybody a cordial welcome and it is
needless to add their party was quite
a success. Messrs. Chitty and Sapp,
two' splendid musicians of Irvine, fur furnished
nished furnished the music and the young folks
danced till the wee small hours.
Residents of the following states
who saw service in the world war
may obtain bonus blanks from Capt.
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Vermont, Massachusetts, New York,
Rhode Island, New Jersey, Michigan,
South Dakota and Wisconsin.
South Dakota is giving $400 to its
ex-service men; New York, $250;
Michigan and Minnesota, $15 for each
month's tiervice; New Jersey, New
Hampshire, Yeremont, Maine, Massa Massachusetts'
chusetts' Massachusetts' and Rhode Island, $100, and
Wisconsin $10 for each month's
service during the world war.
" will be glad to furnish all blanks
and information to residents of these
states now in the South," stated
Captain Geyer, "who will write' or
apply at this office."
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OCA LA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, AUGUST 15. 1921
my grdiiuianw;! cnwy or tne" exist existence
ence existence of the treasure, I bare been driv driven
en driven by an Impulse more overmaster
ing than anything I have ever expert
the "gathering at tCe ca rap-fire which ;
we made small and hrifht. and then;
gat wel'l away fruin because of the
heat and !n a few words pave It as
enced In my life. It was, I believe, I D8 opinion that any further search In
what old-fashioned pious folk wonld
call a leading. All my life 1 had been
the eate uwler the point was useless.
(If be Sad known the strange confirm-
irresolute, the sport or circumstances. atorv eohn which this awoke In my :
trifing with this and that, nnable toj mind!) He proposed that the shore!
CHAPTER I. Jane Harding- respect respectable
able respectable and conservative old pinitar bul
never too old to think of marriage with
more money than brains, is inveigled by
a Sitrong-minded spinster. Miss Higgles by by-Browne,
Browne, by-Browne, into financing an expedition to
hunt for buried treasure on Leeward
island. Her niece. Virginia Harding', un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to stop her. gets on the vessel
engaged for the bunt, and in the confu confusion
sion confusion is unwillingly carried along.
CHAPTER II. By no means concealing :
ner aisiaste tor the expedition ana ner
coiatempt for its members, Virginia makes
thi acquaintance ot the Honorable Cuth Cuthbert
bert Cuthbert Vane, and is somewhat impressed.
CHAPTER 111. Talking with Dugald
Shaw, the leader of the expedition, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia very frankly expresses her views,
practically accusing Shaw and the other
mambers of the party, including a some somewhat
what somewhat uncertain personage. Captain Mag Magnus
nus Magnus and a shady "financier," Hamilton
H Tubbs; of being in a conspiracy to de defraud
fraud defraud Miss Jane Harding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTKR IV. Landing on the island
is a matter of some difficulty, Virginia
being carried ashore in the arms of Cuth Cuthbert
bert Cuthbert Vane, to her disquietude. The land landing:,
ing:, landing:, however, is safely effected.
CHAPTER V. lA-d by Mias 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 wor-ritl
ritl wor-ritl Cuthbert Vane alone votes-against
the exclusion of Virginia.
CHAPTER Vl.-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, and proudly brings
him into camp. .,
CHAPTER vn.-6n the Island is the
hut of a copra gatherer, and the presence
of the dog, named "Crusoe" by Virginia,
is tbus 'accounted for. Rambling about,
and feeling herself not to be a, regular
member of the expedition. Virginia comes
upon a sand-imbedded sloop, the Island
Queiin. Returning to the camp, Bhe Is
Intercepted by Captain Magnus, who ac accost!)
cost!) accost!) her unpleasantly. She" escapes him,
with the aid of "Crusoe."
CHAPTER VIII. Fired with the idea
of hisrself discovering the treasure, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia pays a visit to the cave which has
been singled out as the most likely ilace
in which it has been concealed, and
there she is caught by the tide and res rescued
cued rescued by Dugald Shaw, from certain
death. Thinking her unconscious, Shaw
whispers words : of endearment, which
"Christmas Day I wonder
they are aU'dolngat -home?
"December 28. Of .course the cave
under the point is the logical place,
have been unable to find any stone
marked B,, H. on the ground above it,
but I fear that a search after Bill's
tombstone would le hopeless. Under
circumstances such as those of the
mate's story,' It seems to nie that all
the probabilities point to their J con concealing
cealing concealing the chest In the cave with
an opening on the bay. To get the
boat, laden with the heavy chest,
through the surf to any. -of the other
caves-r-If the various cracks and fis fissures
sures fissures I have seen are Indeed properly
to be called caves- would be stiff
work for three men. Yes. everything
indicates the cavern under the point.
The only question Is, isn't It indicated
too clearly? Would a smooth old
scoundrel such as this Captain Samp Sampson
son Sampson must have been' have hidden his
treasure in the very pface certain to
be ransacked If the, secret ever got
out? Unless it was deeply buried,
which it could have, been only at cer certain
tain certain stages of the tide, even old Heintz
would have been apt to run across It
in the course of his desultory re researches
searches researches for' the riches of the bue-
.. canVers. V And I am certain placid old
Heintz did not x mislead me. Besides,
at i'unania. he was making arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to go with some other Germans
on a small business venture to Samoa,
which he would not have been likely
to do If he had just' unearthed a. vast
fortune in buried treasure. Still, I
shall explore the cave thoroughly,
though with little hope.
"Oh, Helen, if I could watch these
tropic stars 'with you tonight!
"January 6. I think I am through
with the cave under the point the
Cavern of the Two Arches, I have
named It I peered into every crevice
In 1 he walls, and sounded the sands
with a drill. I suppose I would have
made a more thorough job of It If I
had not been convinced from the first
that the chest was not there. Shall
I ever forget the feeling that stirred
me when first I turned the pages of
my grandfather's diary and saw there,
lu his faded writing, the story of the
mate of the Bonny Lass, who died in
Havana in my grandfather's arms?
lly grandfather had gone as supercar supercargo
go supercargo In his own ship, and while he did
.a tcood stroke of business In Havana
trust his shrewd Yankee Instincts for
that he managed to combine the
service of God with that of Mammon.
Many a poor drunken sailor, taking
bis fling ashore in the bright, treach treacherous
erous treacherous plague-ridden city, found "in
hiiai a friend, as did the mate of the
Bonny Lass In his dying hour. Oh,
If my good grandfather had but made
sure from the man's own Hps exact exactly
ly exactly where the- treasure lay It Is
enough to make one fancy that the
set my face steadfastly toward any
goat i Tet never, since I have trodden
this path, have I looked to right or
left. 1 have defied both human opin opinion
ion opinion and the obstacles which an un unfriendly
friendly unfriendly fate has thrown In my way.
All alone, L a sailor hitherto of pleas-ure-eraft
among the bays and Island?
of the New England coast, put forth
In my little sloop for a voyage ot
three hundred miles on the loneliest
wastes of the Pacific. All alone, did
I say? No, there was Benjy the faith faithful.
ful. faithful. His bead is at my knee as 1
write. He knows. I think, that hi?
master's mood Is sad tonight. Ob
Helen. If you ever see these lines win
you realize bow I have longed for you
how it sometimes seems that my soul
must tear itself loose from my body
and speed to you across half a world?
"February L Since my last record
my time has been well filled. In the
Island Queen' I have been surveying
the coasts of my domain, sailing as
close In as I dared, and taking note
of every crevice that might be the
mouth of a cave. Then, either In the
rowboat or by scrambling down the
cliffs, I visit the Indicated point It Is
bitterly bard labor, but It has its com compensations.
pensations. compensations. I am growing hale and
strong, brown and muscular. 1
"So far I have discovered half a
dozen oaves, most of them quite small.
Any one of them seemed such a likely
place that.at first I was quite hopeful.
But I have found nothing. Usually
the floor of the cave beneath a few
inches of sand Is rock. Only in the
great cave under the point have I
found sand to any .depth. I go always
on the principle that Captain Sampson
and his two assistants bad not time
for any elaborate work of concealment
Most likely they laid the chest in some
natural niche. Sailors are unskilled
In the ose of such implements as
spades, and besides, the very heart of
the undertaking was haste and se secrecy.
crecy. secrecy. They must have worked at
night and between two tides, for few
of the caves can be readied except at
the ebb. And I take it as certain that
the cave must have opened directly
on the sea. For three men to trans transport
port transport such a weight and bulk by land
would be sheer impossibility.
"February 10. Today a strange,
thing happened so strange,: so
wonderful and glorious that It
ought to be recorded In luminous ink.
And I owe It all to Benjy! Little dog,
you shall go In a golden collar and
ea.t lamb-chops every day! This
Across my absorption In the diary
cut the unwelcome clangor of Cookie's
gong. Right on the breathless edge of
discovery 1 was summoned with my
thrilling secret In my breast, to join
my -unsuspecting companions. I hid
the book carefully in my cot ; Not
until the light of tomorrow morning
could I return to Its perusal. How I
was to survive the Interval I did not
know. But on one point my mind was
,made up no one should dream of the
existence of the diary until I knew all
that It had to impart
of the island to a reasonable distance I
on either side of the bay entrance
should be surveyed,' with a view to
discover whether some other cave did
not exist which would answer the de-i
down us well as that first explored.
Mr. S haw's words were addressed to
the ladies, the organizer and financier,
respectively, of the expedition, to the
very deliberate exclusion of Mr. Tubbs.
But he might as well have made up his
mind to recognize the triumvirate. En Enthroned
throned Enthroned on a camp-chair sat Aunt
Jane, like a little goddess of the Dol Dollar
lar Dollar Sign, and on one hand Mr. Tubbs
smiled blandly, and on the other, VI-1
olet gloomed. You saw that In sacred
council Mr. Shaw's announcement had
been foreseen and deliberated upon.
. MJss Browne, who carried an invis invisible
ible invisible rostrum with her wherever she
went, now alertly mounted it
! "My friends," she began, "those
dwelling on a plane where the Mate Material
rial Material Is all may fail to grasp the
thought which I shall put before you
this evening. My friends, this expe expedition
dition expedition was, so to speak, called from
the Void by Thought Thought it was,
as realized in steamships "and other
ephemeral forms, which bore us over
rolling seas. How. then, can It be oth otherwise
erwise otherwise than that Thought should In Influence
fluence Influence our fortunes that success
should he unable to materialize before
a persistent attitude of Negation? My
Miss Browne Has a Vision.
Perhaps because of the secret ex excitement
citement excitement under which I was laboring.
I seemed that evening unusually aware
of the emotional fluctuations .of those
about me. Violet looked grimmer
than ever, so that I judged her strug
gles with her mundane consciousness
to have been exceptionally severe.
Captain Magnus seemed even beyond
his wont restless, loose-Jointed ; and
wandering-eyed, and performed ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary feats of sword-swallow-Ing.
; Mr, Shaw was very silent, and
hi forehead knitted now' and then
Into a reflective frown. As for myself,
I had much ado to hide my abstrac abstraction,
tion, abstraction, nnd turned cold from head to foot
with alarm when I heard my own
voice addressing Crusoe as Benjy.
A" faint ripple of surprise passed
round the table.
"Niroed your dog over again.
Miss Jinny r inquired Mr. Tubbs. Mr.
Tubbs had adopted a facetiously pa paternal
ternal paternal manner toward me. I knew in
anticipation of the moment when be
would Invite me to call him Uncle
"I say. you know," expostulated
Cuthbert Vane, "I thought Crusoe rath rather
er rather a nice name. Never heard of any
chap named Benjy that lived on an
I tried to rally from my confusion,
but I knew my cheeks were burning.
; Looks of deepening surprise greeted
the scarlet emblems of discomfiture
that I hung out.
"By heck, bet there's a feller at
home named Benjy!" cackled Mr.
Tubbs shrilly, and for once I blessed
Aunt Jane turned upon him her
round innocent eyes.
"Oh, no, Mr. Tubbs." she assured
him. "I don't think a single one of
them was named Benjy!"
The laughter which followed this
gave me time to get myself Id hand
"Crusoe it is and will be." I assert asserted.
ed. asserted. "It happens that a girl I know at
home has a. dog named Benjy." Which
happened fortunately to he true, for
otherwise I should have been obliged
to Invent It. But the girl Is a cat.
unknown Bill, who paid for too much! and the dog a miserable little high-
knowledge with his life, has his own bred something, all shivers and no
fashion of guarding the hoard. But hair. 1 should never have thought of
I ramble. I was going to say, that fclm in the same breath with Crusoe,
fj-oiu the moment whenji learned, from Thar avaniiur itr. &haw. addiea&d
Aunt Jane tremuiousiy. -in the
sand why, I am sure that Is such a
helpful thought It shows quite pLair
ly that the chest Is not burled in la
a rock, you know." She gave the ef effect
fect effect of a ptrson trying to deflect a
thunderstorm with a palm-leaf fan.
"Dynamite dynamite blow the lid
off the island !" mumbled Captain
"If anyone has a definite plan to
propose." said Mr. Shaw, "I am very
ready to consider It I have under understood,
stood, understood, myself, from the first to be act acting
ing acting under the directions of the ladle
who planned this expedition. Consid Considering
ering Considering its Importance to myself, so one
can well suppose that I am not doing
all In my power to bring the chest t
light. Tomorrow, If the sea Is favor favorable.
able. favorable. It is my Intention to set out In
the boat to determine the character of
such other caves as exist on the
Island. I'll want you with me, lad,
and you too. Magnus."
Captain Magnus looked more 111 St
ease than usual.
"Did you think o rowin' the whois
way round the dinged chunk o rock?"
"Certainly not" said Mr. Shaw
with an impatient frown. So the
man, in addition to his other unat unattractive
tractive unattractive qualities, was turning Into a
shirk! Hitherto, with his strength
and feverish. If Intermittent, energy,
plus an almost uncanny skill with
boats, he had been of value. "Cer "Certainly
tainly "Certainly not. We are going to make a
careful survey of the cliffs, and ex explore"
plore" explore" every likely opening as thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly as possible. It will be slow
work and hard. As to circumnavigat
ing the Island. I see no point in It
for I don't believe the chest can have
been carried any great CSPance from
"Oh all right," said Captain Mag Magnus.
nus. Magnus. Mr. Tubbs, who had been whisper whispering
ing whispering with Aunt Jane and Miss .Browne,
now with a very made-to-order caa caa-ualness
ualness caa-ualness proposed to the ladies that
they take a stroll on the beach. This
meant that the triumvirate were to
withdraw for discussion, and amount amounted
ed amounted to notice that henceforth the coun counsels
sels counsels of the company would be divided.
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
This Expedition Was Called From
the. Void by Thought"
friends, ypu will perceive that there
Is no break in this sequence of ideas;
all Is remorseless logic
"In order to withdraw myself from
this atmosphere of Negation, for these
several daj-s pastel have sought se seclusion.
clusion. seclusion. There in silence I have as asserted
serted asserted the power of Positive over
Negative Thought, gazing meanwhile
into the profound depths of the AIL
My friends, an answer has been
vouchsafed us; I have had a vision
of that for which we seek. Now at
last in a spirit of glad confidence, we
may advance.. For,, my friends, the
chest Is buried in s-and."
With this triumphant announce
ment Miss Higglesby-Browne sat
down. A heavy silence succeeded. It
was broken by a murmur from Mr.
"Wonderful that's what I call
wonderful Talk about the eloquence
of the ancients I believe, by gum,
this Is Vn a par with congressional
"A vision, Miss Brown," said Mr.
Shaw gravely, "must be an interest interesting
ing interesting thing. I have never" seen one my myself,
self, myself, having no talents that "way, but
in the little Scotch town of Dumble Dumble-dykes
dykes Dumble-dykes where I was born there was an
old- lady with a remarkable gift of
second sight Simpla folk, not being
acquainted with the proper terms to
fit the esse, called her the Wise
Woman. Well, one day my aunt had
been to the neighboring town of Mick Mick-lestane,
lestane, Mick-lestane, five miles off, and on the way
back to Dumbledykes she lost her
purse. It had three sovereigns In it
a great sum to my aunt In her
trouble of mind she hurried to the
Wise Woman a thing to make her
nious father turn In his grave. The
Wise Woman gazed Into the All, I
: spppose and told my aunt not to fret
herself, for she had had a vision of
the purse and It lay somewhere on
the road between MIcklestane and
"Now. Miss Browne. Til take the
liberty of drawing a moral from this
story to fit the present Instance;
where on the road between MIckle MIcklestane
stane MIcklestane and Dumbledykes is the chest?"
' Though startled at the audacity of
Mr. Shaw, I was unprepared for the
spasm of absolute fury that convulsed
Miss Browne's countenance.
"Mr. Shaw." she thundered, "if you
Intend to draw a parallel between me
and an ignorant Scotch peasant !"
"Not at all," said Mr. Shaw calmly,
"forebye the Wise Woman was a
most respectable person and had a
grandson in the kirk. The point is,
can you Indicate with any degree of
exactness the whereabouts of the
chest? For there is a good deal of
sand on the shores of this Island."
-Oh- but Mj. ShawC iutexaftsed
these, saad X.
mmt aad waist X
(ova clothing) mmd wr will
MndrooM foe trial. Postare prepaid.
KZMO HTCrCaC-FASiriOJI BfSTTTOTK
Dapt. QlrrifWe ftWTafc
- X 7
2o miles to the gallon of gasoline,
12,500 miles to the set of tires,
So per cent slower yearly deprecia depreciation.
tion. depreciation. (National Average)
FIGURE FROM these results what this Frank Franklin
lin Franklin would save YOU duping a year's motoring
in gasoline, in tires and in repairs. Judge also
from these same figures what it would GIVE you
in comfort, ease of handling, and freedom from
trouble and worry, knowing that "ease on fuel and
tires" means "ease on driver and rider" as well.
Then arrange for a demonstration, and you
will understand why light weight, flexibility and
direct air cooling are the soundest and most
practical motor car principles. r
. The Franklin it being demonstrated in Ocala all this
week, and our representative trill be pleased to show YOU
its veonderfal efficiency.
Florida and Wsteern
A Complete line of Quality Groceries
including th. famous "Oversea".
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will open bids on
Tuesday, August 16, 1921
for conveying pupils on the different
routes in Marion county:
Route No. 1. Fort King to Ocala.
Route No. 2. From Cottage Hill by
Easterling Farm and Keystone to
Route No. 3. Shady and Dunnellon
roads to Ocala.
Route No. 4. Pine Level to Dun
Route No. 5. Juliette to Dunnellon.
Route No. 6. Romeo and pupils
south of Buck Pond to Buck Pond.
Route No. 7Emathla to Fellow-
Route No. 8. From Flemington to
Route No. 9. From Miller s com community
munity community to Fairfield.
to No. 10. Irvine to Mclntosn.
Route No. 11 Boardman to Mcln Mcln-tosh.
Route No. 12. South Xake Weir to
Route No. 13. Ocklawaha to Weirs-
Route No. 14. Mill Creek to Fort
Route No. 15. Eureka to Fort Mc-
CRoute No. 16. Burbank to Fort Mc-
CRoute No. 17. Pine to Citra (man
Route No. 19.
For detailed information as to
routes ask the county superintendent.
All bids should be in by ten o clock
Tuesday, "August 16, 1921.
Tko rA rporvM the neht to re
ject any and all bids and agres to al allow
low allow the bid accent! to have refusal
of route another j ear if route is main maintained
tained maintained and his services justifies same.
All communications should be address addressed
ed addressed to H. G. Shealy, Ocala. Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction in regular session, August
5, 1921. U. G- Shealy,
Negotiable Storage Beetipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc
LONG DISTANCE llOVinS
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
18. From Griner Farm
-From Dallas tb Sum-
Hand Tailored Suits
Made to your Measure
1000 Guaranteed Fabrics, to
select from: Styles are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely correct. Price. Quality,
Workmanship and Lasting
Satisfaction is our Motto.
We challenge any firm to
make you a suit of quality as
cheap as we will.
J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Baftd Baftd-for.
for. Baftd-for. Opposite Harrington Hall
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE HacKAT & CO.
Funeral Director, Embxlmera
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
HIGH GRADE PAINT j!
AND BUILD m
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
.work for the money than any ether
contractor in the city.
Used Bukks at bargain prices,
tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Hargraves says 0 cents buys five
gallons of kerosene. What do you
pay? Hargraves, 807 S. Lima St. S-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1921
At a meeting held Saturday in the
Jioard of Trade room, it was decided
that only the eounty commissioners
and the road bond trustees should ap appear
pear appear before the state highway de department
partment department in Jacksonville today in re
gard to tne construction oi state
roads number two and five, through
Marioricounty. The meeting decided
against sending a large delegation
and to respect the request of Judge
Philips, chairman of the highway de
partment, that a' large delegation be-
not sent. ;
Judge Philips', letter in regard to
the meeting of the" department in
Jacksonville, having been brought to
the attention of the board of gover governor
nor governor of the Roard of Trade, the secre-
. j : a. ,i a.1 i j l
ury was uutxieu iu auuiesa lcitcis
to a number of representative citizens
of the county asking: them, to ero, to
Jacksonville to appear before the
highway department to insist, if nec necessary,
essary, necessary, uptm the county's rights. As
thje secretary points out, it was not
the intention of the board of gover governors
nors governors that this delegation should ap appear
pear appear before the department in a spirit
of antagonism based on any wrong
conclusion drawn from Judge Philips'
letter. It was the idea of the gover governors
nors governors to find out what the state high highway
way highway department proposed to do in
this county, and to insist on the coun county's
ty's county's rights only in the evenlfrthaV.it
should appear necessary. The letter
sent out by the Board of Trade re requested
quested requested the citizens to whom it was
addresse to meet Saturday to map out
a plan of procedure before the high highway
way highway department. This meeting decid decid-'ed
'ed decid-'ed to comply with the request of
Judge Philips that no large delegation
be sent to' Jacksonville, and decided
that only the county commissioners
and the road bond trustees should
meet with the department.
NEW AUTO REPAIR SHOP
Messrs. W. E. Adams and B: Frank
Morrison have opened a new garage
and repair shop at the corner of Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue and Osceola street, in
the building formerly occupied by
the Ocala Gas Engine Works.
They are putting in all kinds of
equipment, for the handling of auto automobile
mobile automobile and truck repairing, and will
operate under the firm name of Adams
- The building has been entirely over overhauled
hauled overhauled and re-arranged to reduce the
handling of this line of work to a
minimum cost. For the present their
force will consist of four first-class
mechanics, which will be added to as
the business grows. v
DIXIE HIGHWAY IN
ST. LUCIE COUNTY
- (Associated Press)
.Port Pierce, Aug. 12. The board of
comissioners of St. Lucie county has
approved route "A," known also as
the "River Boute," for the Dixie
: highway in this county and has an announced'
nounced' announced' its intention of proceeding
. immediately to obtain the right of
The route begins at the bridge over
the canal just north of Vero, follows
the present Dixie highway a short
distance south of Wabasso, where it
veers eastward and follows the gen general
eral general course of the Indian river at a
, distance of a quarter to a. half mile.
, Selection of this route will not neecs-
. sitate the moving of nearly so many
: houses nor the Cutting up of so many
valuable orange groves and truck
fields as would be necessary if either
of the other two routes proposed had
; been adopted, it is said.
A measure which aims to ten-h the
illdren how to play appears io be
Ot without merit wheu the schools
ue being urged, to d. Ao miit-ti that
jrobaMy does not ado to the vny of
reuthiul life. Boston l"j sitiscnpi.
OLDEST MAN IN FLORIDA
f Associated Press)
.Alva, Aug. 12, Lee county is put putting
ting putting forward Charles R. Brown, vet veteran
eran veteran of the Mexican war, as one of
the oldest citizens of Florida. Mr.
Brown at the age of 94, now Jives
with his son, WG. Brown, near here.
He was born in Tennessee, but at an
early age his family migrated to Il Illinois.
linois. Illinois. A the outbreak of the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican war when he "was 18 years of age
he enlisted with Company M, Third
regiment, Illinois Volunteers and serv served
ed served throughout the struggle. Upon be being
ing being mustered out of the service he re returned
turned returned to Illinois and in 1853 drove a
herd of 1300 cattle and a flock of 1000
sheep acfos sthe plains to the gold re
gions of California. He returned to
Illinois after a four years' stay in Cal California
ifornia California and then lived as homesteader
at various times in Washington, Ore Oregon
gon Oregon and Colorado. Later, he resided
in Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana.
During the civil war he was held a
prisoner by Confederate soldiers for
two years. He has been living with
his son for the past six years and
daily engages in active pursuits.
OF JACKSONVILLE WOMAN
Jacksonville, Aug. 12. While wom women
en women have taken places in many indus industrial
trial industrial and professional pursuits under
the so-called new order of things, few
have entered jhe watch-making indus industry.,
try., industry., according to a writer in the Flor
ida Metropolis. An exception is be-
lieved to be had in this city in the
person of Mrs. Olive Washburn, who
is described as an expert in her line.
She began her training at the age of
12 in her father's shop at Fort Myers.
Although she is said to have advanced
rapidly in her work it was not until
she had served a four years' appren apprenticeship
ticeship apprenticeship that she was permitted full
sway in administering to the needs of
ailing timepieces, i 1
At present she is employed by a
local jeweler and her work includes
that of synchronizing all watches used
by .transportation employes of the
Florida'East Coast railroad.
More women are employed in the
watchmaking industry in Europe than
in this country, according to the
writer, but : even in that country the
number is comparatively, small. They
are more suitable for the work, how however,
ever, however, according to the writer, who
says that proportionately more wom women
en women have attained the rank of expert in
that line than men.
A London Statue.
The Achilles statue in Hyde park,
London, was, cast from a fannon cap captured
tured captured during the Duke, of Wellington's
victories, and Is dedicated o him and
his troops .
As a Christmas present a wife will
five her husband a pipe with enough
brass trimimngs on it to start a fom
dry. And then she will get mad If
her husband doesn't swear off smok smoking
ing smoking on New YeaWs day Just because
the' man next door has decided to
swear off. Arkausaw Thomas Cat.
Two Famous Echoes.
One of the most famous sources of
echoes lo the world Is the "Whisper "Whispering
ing "Whispering Gallery- In the dotue of Sc Paul's
cathedral. London when even tho
slightest whisiei ih the sound mail
hy the ticking of watch ret urns dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly aftet the Japs of a few sec
ods. There Is an echo near Rtnjrenl.
In German which- wilt toss a sound
to and fro no feuei Hutu 17 times.
No Question at All.
According t lHn-tor Waller, "tho
motive response" is found in the palm
f the hand and the sole of the foot
5veryote who has had experience of
aJlway porters or fteHttaf fatbe-in-aws
will readily iijrree. Passing
Biing ua your job work.
- If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. M. G. Chambers has resigned
her postion with Rheinauer &. Co.
. Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. Frank Logan is a business vis visitor
itor visitor in Chicago.
Used Buicks at bargain prices,
tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Ragsdale
have returned from a two weeks visit
to Orlando and Sanford.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mrs. Frances Collier left Saturday
for a visit of some weeks to Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky., and places in Indiana.
Test our delivery service when you
want FRSH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. 11-tf
Miss Mabel Goldman is visiting her
sister, Mrs. M. M. Feinberg in Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. The most delicious light rolls and j
oinTinmon rolls fresh evertr rfnv at i
' J .7
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at the Masonic hall. Tuesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
. Miss Marguerite Edwards left this
afternoon for a week's visit with Miss
Fletcher at Lakeland.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market
Phone 158. tf
Mr. .and Mrs. M. M. Carter leave
tomorrow for a month's visit to
Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Mr. O. H. Rogers has returned
home after a shojt. business trip out
of the city.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Carry Store, 8Q7 South Lime
street J 27-tf
Gen. W. E. McGahagin of Oklawaha
was a visitor in the city this morning
en route to his home after a pleasant
visit at Blue Ridge, Ga.
' 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
The Junior Philathea class of the
Baptist church will hold a candy sale
in the morning at 9:30 o'clock on the
Ocala House porch.
Mr. Van Buren Taylor of Orlando,
arrived in the city today and will
spend a month here. Mr. Taylor has
been engaged by the baseball team to
pitch until the close of the season.
Mr. TE. Bridges and son, Mr. Le Le-roy
roy Le-roy Bridges, spent Sunday in the city
with friends. The Messrs. Bridges are
well pleased with business prospects
in their new home, High Springs.
The members bf the Business Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club are anticipating a delight delightful
ful delightful time Thursday evening, when they
wil Itake the boat trip down the Ok Ok-lawah
lawah Ok-lawah river.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Whaley and
daughter Miss Olive Whaley, and
Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee left yester yesterday
day yesterday morning by auto for a week's
stay at Daytona Beach. They will be
guests at the Daytona Beach hotel.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Chipman and
pretty little daughter, Helen, are with
us again, we hdpe permanently. They
have been for some time in Kentucky.
They are located at the Colonial.
Policeman Bronson, who has been
111 for some time, is on duty again.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and her daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Misses Mary and Agnes Burford,
motored to Daytona Beach this morn morning
ing morning to spend a week.
Mrs. A. N. Withers will be hostess
tonight entertaining the regular Mon Monday
day Monday evening meeting bf the "A" club.
Mrs. T. W. Troxler has returned
home from Jacksonville, where she
was tne guest for two weeks of Mrs.
George Nash and Mrs. John STrunk.
. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall expect to
move into their handsome bungalow
on Fort King avenue sometime this
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260. 310 N. Main street 27-tf
Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Burnett will learn with much regret
of the serious accident the latter met
with recently in Springfield, Mass.
Ilrs. Burnett slipped on a pavement,
causing her to fall and her leg was
broken just below the hip. She is now
in the hospital and receiving every
attention, but is quite ilL Mrs. Bur Burnett
nett Burnett is past matron of Ocala Chapter
No. 2, O. E. S.
Miss Ethel Crosby., daughter of Mr.
W. J. Crosby of Citra, has gone to
Asheville and Lake Junaluska to
epend the balance of the summer.
Miss Ethel was a teacher in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville school the past term, but goes
to Lakeland to teach the coming
fehool year. She was accompanied to
Asheville by her brother, William P.,
who v.ill return home after a few
Mr. F. E. Wetherbee and daughter,
Miss Wynona Wetherbee, left this
morning in their(car for Leesburg,
where the former i3 developing an
immense orange grove. Mrs. Wether Wetherbee
bee Wetherbee joined them by train at noon and
she and her daughters will spend
most of the remainder of the summer
with Mr. Wetherbee.
Miss Edith Williams, a friend of
Mrs. Ai J. Beck, who has been spend spending
ing spending two weeks with Mrs. Beck, left
Saturday for her home in Ocala. Miss
Williams is a .very attractive young
lady and we hope to see her here
again. Fort Lauderdale Sentinel.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heterick and
daughter, Katherine, former residents
of Ocala, were visitors in the city for
the week-end, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Carter. ,Mr. and Mrs. Hetrick
and daughter were en route to their
home at West Palm Beach after a
visit to Pennsylvania.
Mr. Robert Davis of Orlando was
in the city yesterday, visiting among
his friends. Mr. Davis was en route
to Crystal River, where he and his
father, Mr. E. W. Davis and a party
of friends are taking a cruise, among
the ten thousand islands.
Mrs. Ralph Birdsey and two chil children
dren children of Macon, Ga., have arrived in
the city to spend several weeks with
Mrs. Birdsey's mother, sister and
brother, Mrs. H. A. Ford, Miss Emily
Stotesbury and Mr. Donald Ford.
"or fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. 11-tf
Mr. Ty Cobb of Orlando was a visi visitor
tor visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Edith Williams has returried
home from a vacation of two weeks
which she spent pleasantly with Mrs.
A. J. Beck, in Fort Lauderdale. En
route home she spent a few days in
Jacksonville with friends.
ffhe people who saw the bright lit little
tle little play, "The' Southern Cinderella,"
at the industrial school Friday night,
are so well pleased with it that they
are trynS to induce Miss Kite and
ner school girls to put it on at the
Temple some "time soon.
The relations of James Smith, the
young colored man who was shot at
and wounded while entering his home
one night last week, are doing their
best to have the criminal apprehend
ed. 1 It was certainly a cowardly and
vicious act and deserves severe pun
Mr. Edward Atkinson has returned
from the citizens military training
camp at Camp Jackson, S. C. He was
there on the occasion of General Per
shing's recent visit.
The Star has received a post card
from Mr. Bert Leigh, showing the
Steeplechase pier at Atlantic City.
The beach is swarming with bathers,
people promenading and playing in
the sand, and Bert pithily writes
"They could do nearly the same thing
with Silver Springs."
The Star has received a note from
Mr .and Mrs. Sam i Leigh, now of
Jacksonville, in which they send best
wishes to their Ocala friends.
vMrs. Clara Moore Pyles is spending
her vacatioii at- Leadville, Colo., where
her sister, Mrs. E. C. Staley, and chil children
dren children are spending the summer.
Mr. John L. Edwards left thi3 aft-
ernoon for New York city on a busi business
ness business mission.
Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Blalock are mov moving
ing moving today into their, attractive bunga bungalow
low bungalow on East Fort King avenue, which
is just about completed and is one of
the most attractive homes in the city.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
MRS. ELIZA CHRISTIAN
The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, which took place Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from the residence was large largely
ly largely attended by friends from in the
country and Ocala and the floral offer offering
ing offering was magnificent. Rev. W. F. Cre Cre-soh
soh Cre-soh officiated and three songs, favo favorites
rites favorites of Mrs. Christian, were render rendered
ed rendered by a choir composed of Mrs. W. J.
Tillman, Miss Nellie Stevens, Mrs.
John Robertson. Dr. C, M. Brittain, of
Jacksonville, former Ocala pastor, and
Mr. Frank Gates. Interment was
made in Greenwood cemetery. George
MacKay & Company had charge of
the funeral arrangements.
Mr. W. C. Bauknight has returned
to his home in Jacksonville after a
week-end visit in the city, a guest at
the homes of his sisters, Mrs. R. R.
Carroll and Mrs. Edward Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley left yester
day afternoon for Jacksonville, where
the former, who is manager of the
Federal Bakery here, goes to attend
a convention of the Southern Federal
Bakeries Co., which will be held in
Jacksonville this week.
Miss Irene Cam leaves Wednesday
for Clearwater and Tamoa, where she
will visit relatives for a few weeks.
Mrs. G. A. Carmichael has returned
home fro ma visit with relatives in
Alabama. Mrs. Carmichael accom accompanied
panied accompanied her sqn, Mr. Ed Carmichael,
as far as Alabama in his auto house
on his way to Mexico.
Mr. Robert Hopkins, for the last
two years the efficient night manager
of the Harrington Cafe, has gone to
Orlando to take a position in the fine
new restaurant which Mr. Mark Tem Temple
ple Temple has set up there.
Miss Mary Piatt and niece, Miss
Meme Davis and Miss Betty Burton
of Leesburg and Mr, Guy Miller are
enjoying a week's outing at the Davis
cottage at Lake Weir.
Mrs. Ernest Crook and son, Mr.
George Looney, have rented the Car Car-stens
stens Car-stens place at Lake Weir for a week
and are 'there, now enjoying the at attractions
tractions attractions of that popular resort.
Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and two
daughters and son and the former's
grandmother, Mrs. G. A. Carmichael,
will leave by automobile in the morn morning
ing morning -for Fort Lauderdale to spend a
few weeks 'with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Miss Rena Welch of Atlanta is the
guets of Gen. Alfred Ayer and family.
Mr. Carroll Fraser has returned
from a brief visit to his parents in
North Carolina and, we regret to say,
found his mother suffering from par partial
tial partial paralysis. Mrs. Fraser is resting
comfortably. and will be brought home
as soon as able to take the trip.
Arctic 1 ravel Note.
Therskiino have a favorite deli delicacy
cacy delicacy composed of "jrood or had eggs,
mixed with angelica and crokeherrles.
ann: thrown ( into a sHlskin hhe filled
with whale oil" Somehow thl doea
not hel-rltfen our fif Inisiasio for arc
tlctrnvel. l'rov'-len-e .lonrnal.
' Life Getting Mo" s, Comp'ex.
An Ohio pt.yicltti) deciar- ilixt the
ength of a woman's se-oul toe in in-Jicaic
Jicaic in-Jicaic her dl!iitiii he wiims
is against aouieii vith long lies.
tVbat the dickens: Mnsi the fellow
irbo .goes courting rrr along: an
C-ray machine? Boston Transcript.
Pretty Custom ti-.e Past
- (' VHt the custom M lUr am-ientS
bury the yo'utz njorn'os mvI-
ight;for. as tl t., giv- (tie
Kvftest Interpremitofi to de.-ith. they
liiagiiidl that Aurora nlm lovd the
roung. had stolen them to (ier eio-
There I n;l. i ":itiv a the'
sum nil uimd I .ike i.fiprt?MHied team,
iie more It is pressed the aiore It
rise to resist the pressure. The more
we are obliged to do the more we aro
ible to accomplish. Try on Edwards.
To Clean Oil PalntU.gs.
A simple way ,torlean oil paint paintings,
ings, paintings, and one that will not injure
the colors 'beneath the'ylirt. is to rut
a raw potato lu half and rub It quick quick-ty
ty quick-ty over the painted snrf-e Then
polish rirb a silk tiamikft -!ief io
remove durt or din
To KiM Moths.
A few drop! of rour favorite per perfume
fume perfume dropped on wiall plpce of pum pumice
ice pumice stone and laid a in one clot lies will
drtTe moths aay atnl give axtiicte
odor to your r8riieiir--Thrift Mnga Mnga-tine.
tine. Mnga-tine. The True Friend.
Jud Tunfcln y a friend Indeed la
man who ik it jfui- Uod j
id vice hut if 1 h; td II
to work out
V ANTED. LOST. t'OUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NfcEDS
FOR REXT 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.
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. Private en entrance.
trance. entrance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 805
Tuscawilla St 29-tf
SEWING The sewing circle of the
Catholic church will take orders to
do any kind of plain sewing. Chil Chil--
- Chil-- dren's clothes a specialty. For in information
formation information 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
WANTED At once, small farm with within
in within 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-Gt
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. 8-6t
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. 5667097. I don't want
the watch, but I do want the thief.
Address C. W. Quick, Candler, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 9-1 Ot
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,
1LOST Between Lowell and Ocala
Wednesday afternoon, Oldfield cord
ir tire on Ford rim. Please return to
Davies tire shop. Clarence Mef Mef-fert.
fert. Mef-fert. ll-3t
FOR SALF Fresh Jersey milk cow,
. giving three gallons of milk; one
800 lb mule. Address C. T. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Lynne, Fla. ll-t
FOR SALE All of my household
furniture at a sacrifice on account
of leaving town. 819 E. 4th St. lQ-t
WANTED Experienced auto, ga
engine and tractor mechanic wants
position. Employed but desire a
change. Best references showing
unquestioned ability and character.
L. Wilson, Wilson, N. O. Route 4. 2t
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. Short or
long distance hauling on short no notice.
tice. notice. Residence phone 169; office
- phone 117. 15-tf
NEEDM&l MOTOR CO.
Gdsolme, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
i Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St:
- Phone 252
1 Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
I The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and iot guar guar-;
; guar-; anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksnville-N'York 2:10 am
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1 :&0 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pa
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petr3brg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N York-St.. Petrsbrg 1 :S5 am
(2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
'l:50pni Ta:,ia-Manatee 1:35 pm
' 1:05 pm Tam;a-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
I ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
I Leave ArriTt
j 2:27 am Jackson viile-NTork'' 2:33 &n
,l:45:m Jksonville-Ga.sville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansvill.- 10:13 pm
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7:10 am Dnnnellon-Wilcor
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
; 10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
j 1:45 pm Gnit avi!le II :."0 am
I Monav. Wednesday. Friday,
i Tuiay. Thursday. Saturday.
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