The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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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 Generally fair tonight Thursday partly cloudy probably local thundershowers in north portion.

TEMPERATURES Thia morning, 69 tfcia afternoon, 87.
no. iai

Not Much Use in Reduction of Arma Armament
ment Armament Unless 'Practiced by
s i Every Nation
! (Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 17. Senator
Lodge, of Masaschusetts, named by
President Harding as one of the Am American
erican American delegates to the disarmament
conference, declared in the Senate to today
day today he would exert his best efforts for
a reduction of armamer. ,. but there
must be a general reduction by all na nations.
'I-President Harding has promised to
deliver an address at William and
Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., Oct.
f19th, and on the same' day probably
will attend the continental celebration
at Yorktown. v
A favorable report on the adminis administration's
tration's administration's railroad funding bill was or ordered
dered ordered today by the. intestate com commerce
merce commerce committee. The, vols was seven
to two.

Taxation for Ensuing Year Fixed at
Fifteen Mills
CouncHmen Goldman, Simmons and
Winer met- in regular session at the
ciity hall at 8 o'clock Aug. 16. In the
absence of the president and president
pro tempore, Councilman Wines was
..chosen acting president, and presided.
Miinutes' of, last meeting approved as
Communication from the Ocala
Telephone Company relative to dam damage
age damage to cable on North Magonlia street
caused by fire truck and presenting
bill for same read and : af erred to
ilessrs. Winer, Goldman and Sim Simmons
mons Simmons for investigation.
Communication from Mayor Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, relative tp enforcemen of ordi ordinance
nance ordinance prohibiting the keeping of hides
within the city limits etc., was read
and upon motio nof Mr.' Goldman,
duly carried, it was the sense of the
council that this ordinance be not en
farced for thirty days in order, that
parties dealing in hides hi the city be
given an opportunity to- re-locate
their business and to dispose of what whatever
ever whatever stock they ma yhava on hand, in
accordance with the suggestion of the
mayor. :
City Manager McKenzie submitted
regular monthly report of the several
departments -of the city which was
read and ordered filed for informa informa-lion.
lion. informa-lion. .. V -.
I It was ordered upon motion of Mr,.
Goldman that the sewer main be ex extended
tended extended on Orange avenue to a point
in front of the Rogers cottage. It was
agreed upon motion of Mr. Simmons
that water main on South Alvarez
street be enlarged and extended from
Eighth to Ninth street and from
Ninth .to Tenth" street.
: S. J. Dorseyewas ordered refunded
$33.55, amount paid on electric light
line. '
; Matter of drainage on Wyomina
street near the Wenzei property was
referred to Councilman "Simmons.
Public hearing was had on city's
proposed budget for -1921-22, same
having been published according to
law. After due consideration by the
council it was moved and carried that
the proposed budget be adopted as a
final budget and millage fixed as fol follows:
lows: follows: General fund, 7 2-10 mills;
Carnegie library "fund, 3-10 mills;
siinking fund, 3 mills; bond inteerst
fund, 4 mills. Total, 15 mills.
Council thereupon adjourned.
. In view of the fact that Marion
county has an occasional case of small
pox, and that vaccination is an abso absolute
lute absolute preventative, the board of health
is urging everyone to be vaccinated.
As there is no school in session now,
this 4s an excellent time for school
children to be vaccinated so as not to
interfere with their school work.
A free tuberculosis clinic will be
held in the city Thursday, and Friday.
The colored people are requested to be
present at the Metropolitan theater
Thursday at the hours of 4:30 to 6 p.
in. and 7 to 9 p. m. The clinic for
white people will be held at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club Friday from 10 to 12 a. m.
and from 1 to 3 p. m.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

Took Dead Body of a Negro Criminal
from a Hospital and Tried to
Bum It

(Associated Press J
Augusta, Ga., Aug. 17. A large
body of men said to have been masked
forced their way into the University
Hospital here shortly after 4 o'clock
this morningtook the body of Walter
Smalley, a negro, killed after having
run amuck-and killed two white men
and injured four others yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and carrying it beyond the
city limits, burned it to a crisp. The
body was then, returned ,to the hos hospital.'
pital.' hospital.' EBULLITION OF .BLIND RAGE
The body was found about 7:30 this
morning. Scantlings had been heaped
over itj gasoline poured oer the pile
and the torch applied.
All Tuesday night automobiles hov hovered
ered hovered about the hospital and shortly
after midnight a crowd visited the
morgue, looked t the body of a negro
in the vault, saying "that's the man,"
and departed. Two hours later they
returned, gained entrance to the
morgue and carried the body away.
The coroner visited the scene of the
cremation and had the body returned
to the morgue. He said there was
doubt whether the body was that of
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 17. Ten factory
buildings in the Williamsburg section
of Brooklyn were destroyed by fire to today.
day. today. Loss, $1,000,000.
(Associated Press)
Neewport News, Va., Aug. .17 Fire
early today destroyed three peanut
fatcories and two piers at Smithfield,
on the James river, and spread to the
residential section, causing aloss of
nearly $1,000,000. The fire was under
control at 9 o'clock.
" Centerville, Ala".. Aug. 17. In less
than four hours after Clyde Thomas,
negro, was placed on trial here today
charged with the murder of the
daughter of a white farmer, he was
f 6und guilty and sentenced to death.'
If the sentence of the court is, carried
out he will be hanged Sept. 15th.
, S. S. Darwin, representing the Flor Florida
ida Florida State Autojnobile Association, is
in Ocala in a membership campaign.
He will call on al lautomobile owners
and endeavor to get them to support
this state-wide organization which has
recently put some splendid road bills
through the legislature." '.
Mr. riarwin states that the associa association
tion association is making a special effort to
raise funds with which to complete
the sign-posting of doubtful points on
the highways. ,i
According to bis statement the as
sociation already has the truck and
equipment for the work and also ha!
of the signs have been completed, but
that funds are needed for the eredion
of same. .-"
Mr. Darwin will be in Ocala for
several days and will be glad to ex explain
plain explain any of the association features
to the automobile owners of Ocala
and vicinity. ; 17-lt
That Marion county offers better
opportunities to the farmer is being
evidenced4)y the amount of farm sales
being made by James Hall, the hustl hustling
ing hustling representative of the E. A. Strout
Farm Agency, who has offices in the
Florida House. Among his recent
sales are J. E. Wallace, of West Vir Virginia;
ginia; Virginia; H. H. Davis of Schumacher,
Ontario, Canada; W. A. Slay of Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, Ala.; V. G. Needham of Maiden
Head, England; W. J. Jones of Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Tenn.; J. F. Saule of Hutchinson,
Kans., and Chas. S. Walton of Kissim Kissim-mee,
mee, Kissim-mee, Fla.
Don't worry a lot, buy one, and you
will love your neighbors more than
ever before. James Hall Real Estate.
Jergen's toilet soap 85c per dozen
at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t

He was a 31 ember of the Legislature
ami for Thirty-Five Years One of
State's Leading Physicians

(Associated Press)
Mayo, Aug. 17. Dr. R. L. Good Good-bred,
bred, Good-bred, member of the state legislature,
at one time chief physician at the
state hospital for the insane, for sev several
eral several years member of the state demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee and for
the'" last 35 years regarded as one. of
Florida's leading physicians, was
found dead seated in a' chair at his
home here yesterday. Death was due
to a bullet wound. His sister-in-law,
who discovered the body, found on the
table in front of him a small hand
mirror, while on the floor nearby was
a pistol.
Relatives and friends are mystified
at the cause of the apparent suicide
as Dr. Goodbred was in good health
and semed in good spirits and engag engaged
ed engaged in a large and lucrative practice of
his profession. Early in life he was a
school teacher and among his pupils
was Cary A. Hardee, now governor of
A good crowd attended the regular
weekly shoot at the Ocala Gun Club
Tuesday afternoon. The. shooting
was very good, with Bruce Meffert oc occupying
cupying occupying his regular berth at the top
of the list.
The scores follow:
Bruce Meffert
H. W. Tucker
J. A. Perkins
Paul Simmons

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W. C. Ray
Ed Tucker
R. E. Fort
C. A. Fort
Julian Bulloi
W. P. Preer
Dr. H. W. Henry
(Associated Presw)
Taampa, Aug. 17. Ira J. .Sims,
charged with the murder of Burnell
Kempel near Plant City August 7th,
was released today under $10,000 cash
bond after a hearing at which he was
bound over to the criminal court on
a manslaughter 'charge. The defense
sought to prove at the hearing that
sims shot Kempel in self-deefnse after
an altercation over hogs.
There will be a home talent play,
"A Texas Ranger," given at the Moss
Bluff school house Friday night, Aug.
19th. Admission, 10 and 20 cents. Ice
cream will also be sold. Everybody
invited to come.
.' Orange Lake, Aug, 16. Quite a
large crowd of young people from
Irvine spent a very pleasant day fish fishing
ing fishing at the lake one day last week.
Mrs. F. P. Walker left last week to
visit friends and relatives in Virginia.
Miss Evelyn Brabham and Mr. Wil
liam Brabham spent last week-end
with relatives in Gainesville.
Misses Carrie Burry. Georgia Burry
normal- course in Gainesville, came
home last Friday, also Miss Sadie
and Irene Nelson after finishing the
Dansby and Miss Fanny Dansby,
whose have been attending the norm normal
al normal at Tallahassee.
Mrs. B. P. Hatchett and children
returned last Sunday after spending
several days with friends and rela relatives
tives relatives in Mississippi.
' Mr. and Mrs. Watson of Ocala
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J.
P. Hoy.
Little Dan Burry left last Tuesday
for Miami after spending a few weeks
with friends and home folks here.
One Buick Six roadster, $550.
F. Condon. 16-7t
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. 11-tf
Have you tried Norris' Variety can candies
dies candies at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
One Stearns-Knight "8," first class
condition, cord tires all around; seven
passenger. B. F. Condon. 16-7t

In Behalf of the Sinn Fein Parlia-

ment. He Rejects the Offers
of England
(Associated Press
Dublin, Aug. 17. DeValera declar declared
ed declared today the Irish republican parlia-
iment would not acacept the terms of of-jfered
jfered of-jfered by the British government, ex expending
pending expending to. Ireland an offer of domin
ion status. '
"We cannot and will not on behalf
; of this nation, accept these terms," he
I said.
Belfast, Aug. 17. All Royal Irish
Constabulary leaves have been can
I celled dating rom today, it was an
nounced there this afternoon.
(Associated Press)
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 16. A
tablet is to be erected by Lawson
Betts chapter, Daughters of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, on the site where Hayward
Sheppard. a negro porter, in a hotel
at Harper's Ferry met' death in John
Brown's raid of 1858, it was announc
ed here today. Shepperd was the
first man killed in -4he raid.
Says the Times-Union of the 16th:
"During the next six months the
state t road department will give its
entire attention to four state road
projects now under way and notice
was given by the board yesterday
that other work will not be taken up
nor even considered until the end of
this period. The roads on which work
will be carried on during this time will
be state roads Nosl, Jacksonville to
Pensacola; No. 2, from the Georgia
line to Lake City and through "the
heart of Florida"; No. 4, the East
Coast highway, and No. 5, the West
Coast road. These roads and their
outlets to the Georgia and Alabama
lines will take up the attention of the
department to the exclusion of any
new projects.
"Yesterday's meeting, which was
attended by. the entire board, attract attracted
ed attracted .several delegations which came to
urge work on favored projects. One
of the largest of these was the West
Coast road party. Marion county also
sent a 1 large delegation to- urge im immediate
mediate immediate activity by the department on
that portion of state road No. 2, in
Marion county.
"Marion county has $450,000 in bond
funds recently voted for highway im improvements
provements improvements and the delegation came
to urge immediate activity in that
section by the department. The board
agreed to send equipment, including
a tractor, to this road at once and to
place a force of convicts on the stretch
as soon as possible. This road will be
paved with a permanent surface and
probably will be of sixteen-foot width.
"Reports were made on the pro progress
gress progress of work on the Waycross, Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah and Lake City roads. The
north end of the Waycross road is be being
ing being clayed and put in travelable con condition
dition condition at a rapid rate. The southern
ten mile sof this road has been desig designated
nated designated a federal aid project and the
state department is awaiting the ap approval
proval approval of the federal department of
roads before beginning The hard hard-surfacing
surfacing hard-surfacing operations."
I am advised that Mr. Charles H.
McCann, special representative from
the Veterans' Bureau, Washington,
has established headquarters at room
525, Graham building, Jacksonville,
Fla., and announced that he will con confer
fer confer with claimants for compensation,
whose claims have not been satisfac satisfactorily"
torily" satisfactorily" ad justed.
It is the purpose of Mr. McCann to
establish temporary headquarters at
ether central points in the state and
information concerning places, dates,
etc.. may be obtained by addressing
him care room 525, Graham building,
Every communication, certificate
and affidavit, should bear the full
name, former rank and postoSfke ad address
dress address of claimant, and refer to claim
number. D. U. Fletcher.
Used Buicks at bargain prices,
tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

Over Two Thousand Windy City Ota

zens Last Night Entered the
Invisible Empire
Associated Press)
Chicago, Aug. 17. More than '2000
umcagoans were inducted into the
Order of Ku Klux Klan last night in
initiation ceremonies conducted six
miles south of Lake Zurich. Twelve
thousand members were said to hv
been in the automobile cavalcadee that
wended its way through rain to the
place where the ceremonies took
place. v
Enthroned by Assassins, tie
Himself a Real King
(Associated Press)
Belgrade, Jugo-Slavia. Aug. 17.
King Peter of Serbia died yesterday.
i f
The council having decided to ap
propriate $600 to improve the city lot,
or as some more aesthically name it,
the cmc center," provided the citi
zens raise another $600 for the same
purpose, the Rotary Club at its meet
ing Tuesday, decided to lead in the
drive for the citizens' half. The Rotes
always do what they set out to do, and
that drive might as well consider it itself
self itself drove.
Rotarian John Taylor, one of the
bond trustees for the county, gave a
brief account of the visit of the trus
tees and commissioners to Jack'son-
vilel, to meet the members of the
state road department. He seemed
rather encouraged over the outlook.
There was a poem read, the con
tents of which were carefully kept
from theStar Rote, but he will find it
out soon and prin with illustrations.
Dr. IL F. Watt was present, the
guest of Dr. Henry. The usual amount
of fun-making, singing, etc., took
place and the club adjourned, well
pleased with itself.
(Associated Press)
uamesvme, Aug. lb. (jrop pros
pects in Florida are reported as gen
erally satisfactory by the federal
bureau of crop estimates in its weekly
review of crop conditions in this state
for the week ended Saturday.
Harvesting of 'corn has started on
small scale from early plantings,
the review said. Cotton is getting too
much ram and opening' slow. Pros
pects continue favorable for rice.
Planting of sweet potatoes is about
finished. Yields from early plantings
are described as fair to good. Bains
are interfering with the harvesting of
hay, according to the bureau. Late
crops are said to be good.
Condition of citrus fruits is improv
ing, the bureau says, except on the
lower East Coast, where rain is need needed
ed needed badly.
Condition of hogs is reported good
and that of cattle better than usual.
Truckers are busy preparing seed
beds and the land, according to the
review. Seed beds are extensive in
anticipation of improved acerages.
West Palm Beach, Aug. 16. Wire Wireless
less Wireless communication throughout the
Everglades is not beyond the realm
of practicability, according to Judge
Rufus M. Robles, of this city, who in
an interview in the. South Florida De Developer,
veloper, Developer, points out how citizens of
that section could install amateur
wireless sets at a virtually nominal
cost. The citizens have been urged
to give the question consideration
with a view to discussing it at the
various community councils.
The federal department of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture has been requested to establish a
wireless station in this section for the
purpose of expediting weather bulle bulletins
tins bulletins to agriculturists- Several such
stations are now in operation by the
department, it is set forth.
Judge Robles has been an amateur
operator for several years and says
he has been able to communicate with
operators throughout the country by
means of his apparatus.
One dozen Jergen's 10-cent size
toilet soap for 85 cents at the Court
pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-6t

of Immigrant Takes
Morning from a Train
at Miami
(Associated. Press)
Miami, Aug. 17. The seven Jewish
immigrants taken off a northbound
train here yesterday by federal im immigration
migration immigration authorities are being held
today for further investigation and
instructions from Washington. It is
believed there is "a plot to smuggle in.
immigrants in violation of the new
immigration-laws and the authorities
hope to uncover it.
One of the Ocala friends of Miss
Shellie Souter, now touring the west,
has. received the following letter
from that young lady:
I have been in Colorado about a
month now and in addition to taking
three courses toward credit on my
master's degree, I have had nearly
1000 miles of auto sightseeing thru
the Rockies. The first week-end I
went to Cheyenne, Wyo., and took in
the Frontier Days. That is one of
the biggest celebrations in the west.
It lasts for a week and the gate re receipts
ceipts receipts this year were about $200,000.
It is an exhibition of frontier stunts,
lassoing, rising, etc. The next week weekend
end weekend I saw the Pike's Peak tria and
then took the Lookout Mountain trail
and stood beside the Mecca of Colo Colorado.
rado. Colorado. The grave of -William Cody,
otherwise Buffalo Bill, the Garden of
the Gods, Cave of the Winds, Colorado
Springs, Manitou and Denver all come
in the Pike's Peak trip. Yesterday I -took
a 150-mile auto ride thru Col Colorado
orado Colorado National Park. This was the
most wonderful experience yet Part
of the time we rode at an altitude of
10,000 feet and saw Long's Peak, the
highest in Colorado, and others of the
Araphahoe range, stretching away in
their eternal snow toward the west.
Then we rode in the canyon where the
cliffs stood straight up beside us
14,000 to 15,000 feet high, and we
rode around the narrow driveway 100
miles, first by one mountain stream
and then another as -they come foam
ing down from their source above the
clouds. I never thought of this as
a fish country but the .fish of these
mountain streams are among the finest
of the earth.
The mountains merely are not the
only beauties of Colorida. I can stand
here in Boulder on the Chautauqua
Hill and face the west and the world
is in front of me right straight up
to the sky and stretching away in a
chain of snowy peaks, making a great
crescent as they fade away on & green
plateau to the north. Face around to
the east and the fertile plain stretches
away to eternity. This is made beau beautiful
tiful beautiful with yellow grain, green fields
of corn, alfalfa, trees, etc This, too,
is dotted with small lakes and moun mountain,
tain, mountain, streams as far as vision goes
and over this plain you see here and
there beautiful little homes of brick
and stone. I say it is like a dream
too beautiful to be true.
I am meeting eharming people
from everywhere, too. Mrs. Hood,
Margie, Mrs. Hood's daughters, Mrs.
Lyons and Mrs. Collier, are also here
among the crowd.
I shall always lovs the great, beau beautiful,
tiful, beautiful, wonderful west, and next year I
hope to see even more.
Fairfield, Aug. 15. There will be
a picnic at Fairfield, at the school
house, Thursday, Sept. 1st. given by
and for the benefit of the W. O. W.
The officers and members of Fairfield.
Camp No. 188 hereby extend a cordial
invitation to everybody. Come and
bring well filled baskets. There will
be refreshments sold by and for the
benefit of Fairfield Camp No. 188.
State Manager Rivers of Gainesville
and other prom ment Woodmen will
be present to give addresses. All are
welcome. W. H. Leverett,
Clerk Camp No. 188, W. O. W7
All who have loved ones burned
here please come and help clean up
the cemetery or send a substitute or
money to hire one. Dinner at town
hall. Mrs. Louis Weihe,
Sec'y. Cemetery Improvement Assnl



Oeala Evening Star

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: J. If. Beajamla, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
r co nd -class matter.
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ftl,f (naepf Inn' thrA ppntR T-. r lirlA
for acb aubseauent insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with-
lse-ga.1 advertisements at legal rates.
The ability to read and write is one
of the requirements for voters in the
republic of Portugal.
1 The Dutch government vrill rebuild
and present to France the French
city of Lens. Before the war JLens
had 35,000 inhabitants.
China is buying about as-many
goods from America as from Japan,
and that is probably where the bulk
" of the trouble is.
An Evanston, Illinois, man won a
baking competition from 45 women
at a county fair. Forty-six loaves of
' bread were tested by well-known die dietitians
titians dietitians and experts, and all agreed
. that the man's loaf waj9 the best.
't We fail. to see the. necessity of
' sending out dispatches of starvation
m Kussia. All necessary" for each
teelgraph editor to do -is to clip some
dispatcher, of one or two years ago
from his' files, date them up and send
them to the composing room.
Commercial aviation has become so
important in France that there is
' publishc J r. monthly time table of air
services one-rating in France and allied
countries; giving such information as
the time of departure and arrival,
type of plane employed, routes, rates,"
: routes, weight of luggage allowed,
and so on.
In North Dakota it is illegal : to
smoke in a hotel dining-room, cafe, or
a dining car in which women are
present, under a law passed by the
last legislature. Both the proprietor
of the place and the smoker are lia liable
ble liable for violations. But how wili it be
"when a" lady customer wants to
The former president of France, M.
Poincaire, suggests that a statue' be
erected to Jack Dempy. M. Poin Poin-caire
caire Poin-caire is a courteous gentleman and
great statesman, but he isn't aware
of the fact that Dempsey isn't admit admitted
ted admitted to good society in America, and
that Americans would raise money to
pay for a statue for Carpentier about
ten times quicker than one for his
, There is a missing link somewhere
in the war department.1 Information
on-the presence of American troops
in ,t Cuba was asked in a resolution
submitted to the president by the
Havana chamber of deputies. The re request
quest request result eel from the recent attack
at Camaguey by two Cubans, on Le-
. roy Foster, a major in the United
States reserves, and the resultant at attack
tack attack on the homes of Humberto and
Ascanid Scariol, by an American ma marine
rine marine captain and two enlisted men.
The only American military force in
Cuba,' it was said in Washington, is
the marine detachment at Camaguay,
comanded by Colonel C. S. Hill and
composed of some 275 men. It was
sent to the Cuban rail junction in 1917
iin connection with the protection of
, the sugar crop and no orders for its
withdrawal have ever been issued.
1 It is very likely there will be a big
rush of neonle to Florida this autumn.
What' might be the first scouts of the
vanguard were a good looking couple
, in tneir car, from a tar nortnern
state, who went thru, going south southward,
ward, southward, the other day. They stopped
to ask directions from a member of
. the Sta steff, and he, after telling
"wthem what they wanted to know ask-
ed them if they had seen Silver
Springs. Th ?y had not, but on being
told' about it depatred willingly in
that direction.. Our people should
make a .point of telling all travelers
thru here aoout &uver springs, it s
frn there" are sisns up, but they are
0 "not equivalent to the spoken word. A
traveler looks at one sign like he looks j

at another, but if you talk to him

about a place you can generally inter inter-1
1 inter-1 est him. When you talk of Silver
Springs, you have something to talk
of, and every person you induce to
take a look at it helps to
Ocala's place on the map.
Kot in our generation, says the
Toronto Mail and Empire, has ah
artist passed away whose death
brought such genuine grief to his
fellow-artist3 as has Caruso's. It is
not straining the word to say that he
was loved by the men and women
who sang with him and those with
whom he had business dealings. Envy
is common enough in the world of art,
but nobody apparently was jealous, of
Enrico Caruso. Nobody disputed his
claim to first place among living
singers, and some say; that his place
is first among those living or dead of
whom we have any record. Admira Admiration
tion Admiration for his voice would not alone ex explain
plain explain the regard in which he was gen generally
erally generally held. He was a very human,
kind-hearted, almost boyish character,
always ready to help a friend, always
le was
of Sir
don, he
find it
the tail
line to
ready to contribute to a charity or a
patriotic organization. He was bub
bling over with fun, but took his work
most seriously. It is said that he was
is tne
invariably nervous in the extreme be before
fore before going on the stage in a big role,
to get
on pay
but once there immediately submerg
ed himself in his part.
Caruso's voice has not been stilled
by death, for by means of phono phonograph
graph phonograph records it will be carried to fu future
ture future geenrations. The Victor Talking
Machine Company, for whom he sang
exclusively, has some 200 records
made by Caruso. One hundred and
sixty-two of these have already ap
peared in the catalogues and there re
main some thirty odd that have not
yet been released. A Victor official
said that the master records never
wore out, and could be played for
many years without showing the
slightest deterioration. Other records
can be made from them if it is desir
able, so that it will be possible to per
petuate Caruso's voice for a thousand
years if that is desired, lhe omcia
said that he considered Handel's
"Largo" the- greatest of the records
and added: "It will be a singing lesson
for generations to come." Caruso
was most painstaking in making his
records. Often after one had been
made his wonderful ear would detect
some slight defect that the critics had
missed and he would insist upon mak making
ing making a new record:
Caruso's first records were made
for the United States in 1902, and
were taken by the Gramophone Com Company
pany Company of London, which, at that time,
had a working arrangement with the
Victor people. The next year he
made an agreement with the Victor
company, receiving a lump sum for
each record. How large this amount
was is not stated, but it is said the
sum frightened the directors of the
compr.ny, who feared it would ruin
them. The short term contracts that
the singer had with the company ex expired
pired expired in 1911, and another firm had
made overtures to Caruso with a
view of superceding the Victor com company.
pany. company. He sent his great friend Scotti
to the Victor concern to find out just
where he stood, and a representative
of the company hastened to visit him.
In the course of the talk the matter
of a new contract came up.
"I will give you $25,000 cash just
to sign a new contract," said the rep representative.
resentative. representative.
''When will you bring the money?"
asked Caruso.
"It's Saturday now' was the re reply,
ply, reply, "and I cannot get it until Mon Monday.
day. Monday. IH have it here Monday noon."
"Twenty-five thousand dollars just
for a new contract," mused Caruso.
. "And will you let me write my own
contract? No? Well, see this con contract."
tract." contract." Caruso pulled over a piece of paper
and wrote: "For the rest of his life
Caruso sings only for you."-
"That wouldn't be a legal contract,"
said the representative. "It's inde indeterminate."
terminate." indeterminate." i "Then fifty years," said Caruso.
"Twenty-five would be better," re replied
plied replied the representative.
"All right, twenty-five years," re re-died
died re-died Caruso.- "and never mind bring
ing that S25,000 cheque. Caruso has j
confidence in you." j
Mr. Child, of the Victor Company,
who has known Caruso intimately for
r,?arly twenty years, vsaid that it was
tvrjieal of him to trust his. friends im implicitly,
plicitly, implicitly, and recalled that when the
fi'-st contract was signed Caruso said:
"You say this is a good contract?
Tl en I'll sign it now." i
And he signed the contract, virtu virtually
ally virtually without looking at it. Mr. Child
said that there was never the slightest
friction over apy fetaure of the-contract.
For the ten years which the con contract
tract contract had run at the time of Caruso's
death, it is estimated that he received
$150,000 a, year, this being ten per
cent of the retail price of records
which was his royalty. Caruso used
to say it was much mere difficult to

sing for a machine than for an audi-jit generated the poison that finally; One Steams-Knight "8," first c!a?si Hargraves says SO cents bays five
ence. The magnetic inSuence Vas; killed it. Forty years ago the liquor condition, cord tires all around; seven gallons '. cf kerosene. What do you
lacking. Moreover, if the singer t raff. e -was fighting the enactment of passenger, li. F. Condon. IG-Tt pay? Hargraves. 807 S. Lime St. 2-tf
makes a mistake he can often get by! laws prohibiting it from selling liquor'

by looking angrily at the conductor or i to children!

making some other gesture of dis-j fighting laws which were intended to
pleasure. Though he earned tremen-;keep the saloon from owning Sunday,

sums, both on' the stage andias the movies

from the records, Caruso was careless business flouted all American decency,
about money. An English friend! in the first place; poisoned its custom custom-says
says custom-says that he'knew him to refuse 2000 --era with chemicalized liquors, in the

pounds to sign one Sunday afternoon second place;
in Albert Hall, because he said he felt : the wiath of

tired." On another occasion when storm and
offered 4000 pounds on bthalf tbeen only

Oswald Etoll to sing in Lon-jthat deliberately killed its custom- J
wa ved it aside with a smile, lers one was the saloon and the other i

saying: "Too much.". Yet he would! was the brothel. j
travel a thousand miles to keep an en-j Liquor propaganda will continue
gagement when he had promised to i just as leng as the "wets" have money!

for, charity.
"wtts" and the "wide opens"
hard to realizes that they are
- end of a disappearing era and feeble liquor
shortly due to be jerked round the bribe being

and out of sight. than a surrentitious "ouart" all the

a long time objects of con- Uihers are

and abuse, they are now in j just as the non-cigaret-smoking movie
beeome objects of pity, which jhero is specially paid to "roll his

last stage. town" is a
are now the victims of poetic j the comics,
somebody is going to get
last cent, as the barkeep used
the last cent of the beer-soak
night. Somebody is telling the
zen who
that they have a chance, that

if they will play on the next turn of there is no public sentiment for the
the 'legislative wheel they will win. 1 return of liquor or the saloon. Ev Ev-The
The Ev-The poor "wets" are falling for thejerything that resembles it is stage

come on game. I play, sKiiilully made up ana paia lor.
It is not surprising. There was j When the money of the "wets" is all

so stupid a business, so stupidly j fooled away

conducted, as was the liquor business. J be dry.



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htmc ist; who doesn't know that the s
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CHAFTKR I. Jane Hardin, respect respectable
able respectable and conservative old spineter bul
pever too. old to think of maxria with
more money than brains, is inveigled by
a strong-minded spinster. Miss Higglesby Higglesby-Browne,
Browne, Higglesby-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 v easel
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
the acquaintance of the Honorable Cuth Cuth-bert
bert Cuth-bert Vane, and is somewhat tmpreaeed.
CHAPTER Ill.-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 shady "financier," Hamilton
H. Tnbbs, of be.i.;; in a conspiracy to de defraud
fraud defraud Miss Jane Harding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTER "IV. Landing on the Island
is a matter of .some difficulty. Virginia
being carried ashore in the arms of Cuth Cuth-beit
beit Cuth-beit Vane, to her disquietude. The land landing,
ing, landing, however, is safely effected.
CHAPTER V.-Led by Miss Higglesby Higglesby-Browne,
Browne, Higglesby-Browne, the party draws up an agree agreement
ment agreement whereby Virginia Harding is barred
from participation in the profits of the
exjedition. Believing the whole thing to
be a fraud, Virginia is not greatly wor worried.
ried. worried. Cuthbert Vane alone votes against
the exclusion of Virginia.
. CHAPTER VL-frUd 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 Vll.On the Island U th
hut of a copra gatherer, and the presence
of the dog, named. "Crusoe" by Virginia,
is thus 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
Queen. Returning to the camp, she is
intercepted by Captain Magnus, who ac accosts
costs accosts her unpleasantly. She escapes him.
with the aid of jrCrusoe." '(
CHAPTER VIU. Fired with the Idea
of herself discovering the treasure, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia pays a visit to the cave which has
been singled- out as the most likely place
in which it has been concealed, and
there she is caught by-the tide and res rescued
cued rescued by ugatd Shaw, from certain
death. Thinking her -unconscious, Sbaw
whispers words of endearment, which
she treasures.
' CHAPTER IX. In Idle curiosity Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, dabbling about the wreck of the
Island Queen, hnds a diary, identified
only as having been kept by "Peter," a
'former seeker of the treasure, in it he
tell:i of his finding of the hidden wealth
.and there her reading is interrupted.
CHAPTER X Opinions as to the proper
methods of prosecuting the search for the
treasure are divided, and' a wide diverg divergence
ence divergence is apparent in the councils of the
little party. Virginia's interest in the
leader of the expedition increases.
-rne roor is nign, wiin an effect of
Gothic arches. Near the month is a
tiny spring of ice-cold water, which
has -worn a' clean rock channel .for
Itself to the sea. Otherwise the cave
Is perfectly dry. There is no doubt
In my mind that in the ? great buc-
caneering days of the. Seventeenth
century, and probably much later, the
place was the haunt of pirate's. One
fancies that Captain Sampson of, the
Bonny Lass may have known of It be before
fore before he brought the treasure to the
Island. There were queer folk to be
met' with In those days In the west western
ern western ocean. Yes, the cave has seen
many a fierce, sea-tanned face and
tarry pigtail,- and echoed to strange
oaths and wild sea-songs. Men had
carved those steps In the passage
"thirty-two of them. In 'the sand of
the floor; as I kicked it op with my
feet, hoping rather childishly to strike
the corner of the chest, I found the
hilt and part of the blade of a rusty
cutlass, and a chased silver shoe shoe-buckle,
buckle, shoe-buckle, I shall take the buckle home
to Helen and yet how trivial It will
seem, with all else that I have to of offer
fer offer her! Nevertheless she will prize
It as my gift, and because it comes
from the place to which some kind
angel led me for. her sake.
"I left the cave and hurried back to
the cabin for a spade, walking on air,
breaking with snatches of song the
terrlbre stillness of the woods, where
one hears only the high fitful sighing
of the wind, or the eternal mutter of
the sea.
"Back in the cave, I set to work
feverishly, making the light sand fly.
At the end of half an hour, at a point
close to the angle of the wall my
spade struck a hard surface. It lay,
I should judge, under about two feet
. of sand. Soon 1 had laid bare a patch
; of dark wood which rang under my
knuckles almost like iron. A little
more, and I had cleared away the
i sand from the top of a large chest
; with a convex lid, heavily bound In
"Furiously I flung the Band aside
until the chest stood free for half its ;
depth which is roughly three feet It
' has handles at. the ends, great hand- i
wrought loops of metal. I tugged my ;
hardest, but the chest seemed fast in
Its, place as the native rock. I ;
laughed exultantly. The weight meant
gold gold I had hammer and chisel
with me, and with these I forced the.'
massive ancient locks. There were
three of them, one for each strip of 5
brass which bound the chest, Then I
flung up the lid. ;
MXo glittering treasure dazzled me.
, I saw only a surface f stained can can-i
i can-i vas, tucked In carefully around the

j eclipsing poor Benjy, who was a
j most interested spectator of my
strange proceedings. SriU no gleam of
! gold, merely demure rows of plump
brown bags.' With both hands I
reached for them. Oh, to grasp them
all I .1 had to be content with two. be because
cause because they were so heavy, so blessedly
I spread the square of canvas on
: the sand, cut the strings from the bag
I and poured out gold, gold 1 All fair
, shining golden coins they were, not a
paltry silver piece among them! And
they made a soft golden music as
- they fell In a glorious yellow heap.

i "1 don't know how long I sat there,
playing with my gold, running it
; through my finders, clanking the coins
1 together In my palm. Benjy came and
sniffed at them Indifferently, unable to
! understand his master's preoccupation,
i He thrust his nose Into my face, and
baFked, and said as clearly as with
words, "Come, hunt pigT
-Benjy,' I said, "we'll leave the
pork alone Just now. We have work
enough to count our money. We're
rich, old boy, rich, rich!'
"Of course, I don't yet know exact exactly
ly exactly what the value of the treasure is.
I have counted the bags In the chest;
there are one hundred and forty-eight.
Each, so far as I have determined,
contains one thousand doubloons,
which makes a total of one hundred
and forty-eight thousand. Estimating
eachtcoln. for the sake of even figures,
at a value of seven dollars a safe
minimum you get one million, thirty thirty-six
six thirty-six thousand dollars. And as many
of the coins are ancient I ought to
reap a harvest from collectors.
"Besides the coin, I found, rather
surprisingly, laid between the upper
layers of bags, a silver crucifix about
nine inches long. It is of very quaint
old workmanship, and badly tarnished.
Its money value must be very trifling,
compared to the same bulk of golden
coins. 1 think it' must have had some
special character of sacredness which
led to its preservation here. It Is
strange to find such a relic among a
treasure so stained by blood v and
"And now I have to think about
moving the gold. First of all I must
get the chest Itself aboard the Island
Queen. This means that I shall have
to empty it and leave the gold In the
cave, while I get the chest out by
sea.- When the chest is safely 1b the
cabin of the sloop where it won't
leave much room for Benjy and his
master, I'm afraid I will take the
bags of coin out by the land entrance.
I can't, think of risking my precious
doubloons In the voyage around the
point. ''"..
"Of course I should have liked to
get to the task today, but after the
first mad thrill of the great event was
over, 1 found myself as weak and un unnerved
nerved unnerved as a woman. So by a great
effort I came away and left my glori glorious
ous glorious golden hoard. Now I dream and
gloat, playing with the idea that to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow I shall find It- all a fantasy.
The pleasure of this Is, of course, that
all the while I know this wildest of
all Arabian fairy tales to be as real
as the most drab and sober fact of my
hitherto colorless life.
"After all, on the way back from the
'cave Benjy brought down a pig. So he
is as -well pleased with the day as I
am. Now I am sitting In the doorway
of my cabin, writing up my journal,
and trying to calm down enough to go
to bed. If It were not for the swift
fading of daylight, I wouid go back
to the cave for another peep Into the
chest. But all round the island the
sea is moaning with that peculiarly
melancholy note that comes with the
falling of night The sea-birds; have
risen from the cove and gone wheel wheeling
ing wheeling off In troops to their nests on the
cliffs. Somehow a curious dislike,
almost fear, of this wild, sea-girt, soli solitary
tary solitary place has come over me. I long
for the sound of human voices, the
touch of human hands. I think of the
dead man lying there at the door of
the cave, Its silent guardian for so
long. I suppose he brooded once on
the thought of the gold as I do per
haps he has been brooding so these
ninety years! 1 wonder if he is
pleased that I, a stranger, have come
.into possession of his secret hoard at
last? ;
"Oh, Helen, turn your heavenly fae
on me be my refuge from these shud shuddering
dering shuddering unwholesome thoughts I The
gold is for you for you Surely that
must, cleanse it of. its stains, mast
loose the clutch of the dead hands
that strive to hold it!
February 11. This morning 1 was
arly at the cave. Yes, there it was,
the same wonder-chest that I had
dreamed of all night long. It was ab
surd how the tightness In my breast
"I began at once the work of re
moving the bags from the chest and
stacking them in the corner of the
cave. It was. a fatiguing Job. I had
to stoop so.
"I gpent so much time unloading the
chest that before I was ready to go
for mv boat the tide was up and
pounding on the rtcks below the cave.
! 1
find that only at certain stages of
the tide Is the cave approachable by
sea. At the turn after high water,
for instance, there is such a terrific
undentow that it sets up a small mael maelstrom
strom maelstrom among the reefs lying off the
island. At low tide Is the time to
. "February 12. Got the chest out of
the cave, though it was a difficult job.
Luckily there was no sea, and I had
a smooth passage around the point
laughed rather ruefully as I passed
the I'ave of the Two Arches. To
think of tlje toil 1 wasted there! I
wish IJeujy had encountered the fate

ful pig a little sooner.
(Continued Tomorrow)



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1 aown Cardui lor years, tut never
1 new its w6rth until a year or so ago.
I Tvas in a weakened, run-down con con-cltion.
cltion. con-cltion. I became draggy-rdidn't eat or
fs to do any good; couldn't do any anything
thing anything without a great effort I tried
"irferont remedies and medicines, yet"
1 continued to drag.
"I decided to give Cardui a trial;
and found it was just what I really
reeded. It made me feel much strong stronger
er stronger soon after I began -to usedt. I be be-izn
izn be-izn to eat more, and the nervous,
weak feeling began to leave, Soon I
vaa Bleeping "good.
- "Cardui built me up a no other
tonic ever did.
"I used Cardui with one daughter
trho was puny, felt bad and tired out
ell the time. It brought her right out
and soon she "was as well as a girl
could be. We think there is nothing
like CarduL"
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from .womanly
troubles. Take CarduL You may find
t jU3t what you really need. For
ere than 40 years it has been used by
thousands and thousands, and found
Just as Mrs.- Mabe describes.
At your druggist's. . NC-H2
C V. Roberts
Phone 305
Barney Spencer
Phong 431
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

riilltf llf Ml
for Expert Vclcanizing,
throw your neadlfct
oa onr shop. We arc
Experts at this business
and oar work is
GU ara nteed
Ocala House Block
Hand Tailored Suits
Made to your Measure
iooo Guaranteed FabricsTto
select from: Styles are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely correct. Price, Quality,
Workmjiiiship 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 BoHi
ing. Opposite Harrington Eiil


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Children Under 12, 10c
Adults 20c


If you have any society item 3 for

i the Star, please call five-one.

" Jay Armour ft having a fine time
on hi3 visit to relatives at Coleman.

Used Buicks at bargain' prices,
tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

We are glad to report that
James Nicholas is improving.





Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
TweAty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260. 310 N. Main street 27-tf

Five members of the Tuesday eve-

ning auction club enjoyed their week- Members of the Business and Pro Pro-ly
ly Pro-ly meeting last night with Miss Mar- j fessional Woman's Club will enjoy a
garet Jackson. Playing with the club 1 picnic down the Oklawaha river to-

m embers were Mrs. Welch Wheeler, morrow afternoon and evening.
Misses Marian Dewey and Alice Bui- I invitation is extended to all

lock. j business and professional women of and three-pound packages. The Court
The two tables were arranged in; the city who would care to mak'e "the Pharmacy. 17-t
ths parlor of-Mrs. J. W. Davis home, trip andjare not members of the club. :
where Miss Jackson resides, and the j The cost of the ride is $1 per person. The most delicious light rolls and
room was made attractive with cut I All are requested to take lunches. All cinnamon rolls fresh every day at

There are sixteen kinds of candy in

An NorrisV Vanity boxes, the most popu-

other lar package we handle. In one, two

! Pompano at the City Fish Market
today and tomorrow. 18-2t

Mr. J. E. Evans is noW connected

with the Ford garage.

- Call phone .108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

Mr. BH. Sanders of Ocala is in
Miami for a short visit with hig son.
Miami Herald.

flowers and potted plants, and the
atmosphere cooler by electric fans.
Miss Alice Sexton was awarded
two embroidered linen towels for ob obtaining
taining obtaining high score among the club
members, Miss Alice Bullock was pre presented
sented presented with a bunch or organdie flow flowers
ers flowers for making high score among
the vistiors, and to Miss Louise Spen Spencer
cer Spencer fel Ithe consolatio ntrophy, a linen
After the games Miss Jackson and
her mother, who is spending a month
ir the city, served sandwiches, stuffed
olives and ice tea.


Old lime


j One Hupmobile roadster-model 20,
j first class condition, $75. B. F. Con

don. 16-7t

17 ff


in a Modem yt.r:


n J&arlier


In former times; when the town butcher or
farmer himself dressed and cured the meat for
the community, he could pot always tell how
it would turn out. '" '
His methods were crude; partly traditional,
partly guesswork. His tests were few and
Meat packing of today, as carried on by
Swift & Company, has changed all that. ; It is
scientific. Nothing is left to chance; nothing
taken for granted.
The most painstaking care and attention
are given to every step. Processes are worked
out on a large scale with minute exactness.
Methods are continually revised and improved.
Cleanliness is insisted upon. Drastic, incessant
inspections are the order of the day.
Swift products are uniform, graded accord according
ing according to quality.
Take bacon, for instance.

Swift & Company set out years
ago to make a delicious, savory bacon

which-should be uniformly excellent.

The result is
Swift's Premium
Bacon, always the
same,' always fa fa-mously
mously fa-mously good.
Today this bacon,
wrapped, sealed
and branded, has
circled the world.

Swift & Company's system of distribution car carries
ries carries it to places which the "town butcher" or
the farmer could not reach.; ?

kit I
A i.. l .f tyl


Swift & Company, U. S. A.

Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
, 17. A. TINSMAN
"The Staxo Man" Phone 526
" v Careful estimates made on all con con-'
' con-' tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.


Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson anrltj,ere

daughter, JLucy of Jacksonville are
visitors in the city for a few days.

Carter's famous BUTTERNUT
BREAD In two size loaves may be

ihad at the bakery or at retail groc-
i ....

erv stores. Accent no substitute, as

is none so eood. Carter's

Bakery. 15-tf

Cadillac four-passenger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company.-- 4-tf

Mrs. Leon Mason will entertain
this evening the regular Wednesday
afternoon meeting of the members of
the T. A. G. Club.

W. K.Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, 'specialist eye. ear, nose and
throat. Office over .5 and 10 cent store,
Oc?.Ia, Fla. Adv.-tf

Claude Thapkerson is making good
at Live Oak, and is very popular with
the people in general. Recently he
was made captain and assistant man manager
ager manager of the ball team in that city.

Mr. Malcolm R. -Williams, some
years ago A. C. L. agent in this city,
now occupying a similar position in
Gainesville, was visiting his Ocala
friends yesterday. Mr. Williams, a
few weeks ago, .married a charming
young lady of Gainesville, consequent consequently
ly consequently he looks more cheerful and .con .contented,
tented, .contented, also more subdued, than he
used to. t

One 1921 Oxerland '4" five-passenger
with all 1922 improvements add added.
ed. added. Special bargain, ?550. B. F.
Condon. 16-7t

Miss Susannah Dodge has returned
to her home in Jacksonville after a
pleasant two "weeks' visit in the city,
a guest at the home of Miss Loureen

Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for ytour home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. :; 23-lm

Miss Marguerite Edwards of Ocala
is expected t6.-' reach Lakeland this
evening,, where she will be the attrac attractive
tive attractive guest of Miss Reva Fletcher.
Lakeland Telegram.

Our field and garden seeds are p.ll
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & fnillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf

v Mrs. John Pasteur is enjoying a
visit at Stanton with her daughter,
Mrs. E J. Lytle, and during her ab absence
sence absence Miss Tillie Pasteur is at the
home cf her sister,' Mrs. Charles Cul-


Mr, D.;J. Carroll has accepted a
position with the Crescent Grocery, in
which store he, is a" familiar figure,
having been there with the Smith
Grocery Company for some years. He
hopes all his old friends" will come to
the Crescent and nay him a viist.

Friends of Rev. Gilbert A. Ottman,

for several years rector of Holy'Trin-

ity church in. this city, will regret to
learn of the news just received from
Mrs. Ottman, from Trinidad, Colo.,
that he has been very ill in a hospital
there for five weeks and the doctors
have but little -hope of his recovery.
Palm Beach Post.
Rev. and Mrs. Ottman were resi residents
dents residents of Ocala, coming here from
West Palm Beach, and Mr. Ottntan
was rector of Grace Episcopal church.
Their scores of friends here will re regret
gret regret to learn of Mr. Ottman's illness

those who have cars are asked to use Carter's Bakery.

them, to convey the party to the rr


springs and everybody i3 expected to
meet at the club rooms not later than
4:30 o'clock.


Mrs. T. D. Brvant will arrive in the

Don't worry and complain about a
lad back. Get rid of that pain and
i lameness! Use Doan's Kidney Pills.

Many Ocala pecp'.e have used them

they are.

city tomorrow trom iampa,xo join aTi(j know how effective

her husband t the Anns House-. Mr. Here's an Ocala case.
and Mrs. Bryant were former resi- E. Allemand. prop, of jewelry
dens of Oeali and their manv friends ?tore Fort Kin avenue ay5: "Some
cen.s or ucala and their manj friends t;me agQ j weched my fcack while
are glad to know they will again WOrking in my garden and for some
make their home here. Mr. Bryant is time following had a constant ache
connected with the Carroll Motors across the small of my back and in
Company Smy nips- 11 was distressing for me
i to straighten up after I had sat in one
i position for any length of time. 1 be be-Several
Several be-Several exceptional, bargains in gan to use Doan's Kidney Pills and
rugs and art squares "if sold at once, they surely proved their merit in a
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm -short time, for they caused every
'symptom of this trouble to "disappear.
. ii take a dose of Doan's occasionally
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mathews of t keep my kidneys in good order."
Maxville, were visitors in the city yes- I Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
terday. The former, w-ho is well ;n,P1,y aws,for a kidney remedy get
x. i i u . : Doan s Kidnev Pills the same that
known here was kept busy receiving iIr Allemana had. Foster-Milburn
the congratulations of friends upon.Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Adv. 3
winning such a charming lady for his ; ..
wife. They were married August 2nd. f ITiyPf ICC J FIFD
Before her marriage Mrs. Mathews vtyiJOir ILU

was Miss Winifred Wiley of Inter


Miss Louise Spencer left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Leesburg, where she will
be the guest of Miss Wynona Wether Wether-bee,
bee, Wether-bee, who is spending some time with
her father at the large orange grove
he is managing there.

j Clerk wanted at 304 .. Magnolia.
! FOR RENT Furnished house with

all modern conveniences. Apply to
C. V. Roberts. 213 West Broadway,
or phone 305. 16-6t

--'.- i r-

Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur

niture exchanged for old if desires.!

Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

Miss Blanche Carlton and Miss
Roberta Carlton of Jacksonville, have
arrived in the city for a visit to their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.

In New York taking a

r." post graduate course.
Will announce date of re re-".
". re-". turn later.
DR. K. J. WEfHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Eveisrhf nriaJisi

WANTED Family sewing work
neatly done. Prices reasonable.
Phone 182. Mrs. Wood and Mrs.
Darling. 10-tf

FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
. five-room apartment. Private en entrance.
trance. entrance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 805
Tuscawilla St. 29-tf

C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store


3 .1 s


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 information
formation information or to leave orders' phone
578- 3-lm

- Tst our delivery service when you

want FRESH meat. Just call phone

108. Main Street Market. 11-tf

One Buick Six touring var, quick
sale for $350. B. F. Condon. 16-7t

The ladies of the Baptist church
served the Rotarians their weekly
luncheon yesterday, and jt was as
delightful as the one served the week
previous. The menu consisted of fruit
cocktail, fried chicken, rice and gravy,
candied sweet potatoes, ice tea and
frozen cream.

One Saxon Six Speedster, $275.
F. Condon. 16-7t


, Ocala. Florida

Turn it into money. We can sell it
at our auction. Notify W. L. Gray,
phone 126, 120 S. Magnolia St. 13-4t
He says "Sell."

Mr. L. D. Maner, who has been con connected
nected connected with George MacKay & Co.
during his residence in the city, will
on the first of the month sever his
connection with that firm and go into
the office of Mr. H. M. Hampton,
where he will serve the public in all
statistical ways. Mr. Maner is an ex expert
pert expert accountant and income tax spe specialist
cialist specialist and has splendid recommenda recommendations.
tions. recommendations. His friends wish him much

You are going to buy at .HAR .HAR-GRAVES
GRAVES .HAR-GRAVES Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH save money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf

Mr.-arid Mrs. W. T. Gary and
daughter, Maude will leave the first
of next week in their automobile for
different points in North Carolina.
They will first visit Camp Sapphire,
where Wilbur Gary will join his par parents
ents parents and sister and together they will
go to Waynesville, to get Frances
Gary and before returning home will
visit many points ,of interest. Ac Accompanying
companying Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Gary to
North Carolina will be the former's
nephew, Mr. Gary Turnley and Mrs.

Turnley of Fort Meade. They will
stop at at Waynesville, where they
have taken a cottage and will spend
the remainder of the summer there.

The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES
Cash and 'Carry Store. 807South Lime
street. 27-tf

The many friends of Mrs. Arthur
Cobb will learn with regret of her ill illness
ness illness at the hospital. A message from
the hospital this morning stated that
she was resting easier and it is hoped
that in a short time she will be able
to return to her home.

Mrs. P. H. Hensley returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon from a vacation in Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Miss Marie Hensley joined her
mother here yesterday, coming from

i Tampa, where she was the guest oi

jreltaives during her mother's absence.

New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting and Phillips, druggists and seeds seedsmen,
men, seedsmen, Ocala, Fla." 21-tf

Cadillac four-passnger for a real
buy. Call at Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Mrs. C. C. Arms, who conducts the
large and popular boarding house on
Fort King avenue, leaves nothing un undone
done undone for the comfort of her guests,
and is always making improvements
and additions. The most recent irii irii-provement
provement irii-provement is the addition of seven
new sleeping porches. Mrs. Arms also
intends to have the house re-painted,
which will add to the attractiveness of
her place.

There's no extra chargt fir clean clean-irg
irg clean-irg vour nsn at the C?ty Fish Market
rhc-.e 158. tf

Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed H

Ocklawaha Ave.
& Orange St.

Geo. MacKay 8Co.
Ocala, Fla.

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
STOLEN From ndler, Fla., tele tele-graph
graph tele-graph office, one Hampton watch,
special railway, 23 jewels. No.
1280G35, in open face case Duber
special No. 5G67097. I don't want
the watch, but I do want the thief.
Address C. W.'Quick, Candler, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 9-10t

SWEET GUAVAS Six basket crate,
$1.50; standard bushel box, $1.75;
Cash with oVder. Now ready. -Prices
f. o. b. T. B. Snook," Weirsdale,
Fla. 8-9-tf

Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Reb'ored
Brakes Relined
All work done hy experts
and every jpb guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Phne 597

FOR SALE Fresh Jersey milk cow,
giving three gallons of milk; one
800 lb mule. Address C. -T. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Lynne, Fla. ll-6t

FOR SALE All of rny household
furniture at a sacrifice on account
of leaving town. 819 E. 4th St. 10-6t
WANTED Experienced auto, gas
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
long distance hauling on short no no-!
! no-! tice. Residence phone 1C9; office
phone 117. 15-tf


tablets Envelopes
Boxes 25c to $1.25
White and Tints
" Opp. Marion Hardware
Phone 435
Inks Pencils

This is a Studebnker year.

tf J This is a Studebaker year.


Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oi's and Grease
Large line of E'ectrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.
Phone 252

Arrival and departure of passenger

The following schedule figures pab pab-;
; pab-; lished as information anJ hA guar-
, (Eastern Standard Time)
I Leave Arrive
'.2:20 am Jacks'-nville-N'York 2:10 ac;
,1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pari
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pin
2:15 3m Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4 :05 pn
2:55 em N York-St.- Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
, 1:50 pni Ta:upa-Manatee 1:35 pm
;t :05 pm Tamj:a-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2 :27 am Jackson ville-N'York 2:3,1 tm
!l:45m J"korsviIle-Gaa.svil!e 3:24 gm
i5:42am Jksonville-Gansvillr- 10:13 pm

3:24 pm St.Ppfshrp-LakelarJ 1:25 pro
7:10 am Dunnelion-Wilcox

J 7:25 am Dur,ellon-Lkclan! 11:03 pri
(3:30 pm Homo&assa 1:25 p. i
V'-'pr" Leesburg G:12a'in
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
; Mon-v. Wednesday, Friday.
Tucsdav. Thursday. Saturday.

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