The Ocala evening star


Material Information

The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
System ID:

Related Items

Related Items:
Ocala weekly star

This item is only available as the following downloads:

Full Text

WEATHER FOB ECAST Fair tonight; Saturday partly doodj.
TEMPERATURES This morning 72; this afternoon, 92.
no. m

I t


University City Team was Handicap Handicapped,
ped, Handicapped, and Made Only One to
V Foiiirteen

(L. T.I.)
Gainesville played in hard luck yes- j
terday when she came to Ocala with a j
weakened team and tried to play
against our new combination. They i
were short a pitcher so they sent to
, Georgia for a highly recommended
man and when he came they were
still short a pitcher. His name is
Theus. I rather expect he has chang changed
ed changed it by now. Ocala got two doubles
and four singles off him in the first
inning, which coupled with two sacri sacrifices,
fices, sacrifices, a base on balls and a couple of
' ; errors netted us six runs. He was
conspicuous by his absence in the sec second
ond second inning and our old friend Strick Strickland
land Strickland appeared m the box to do the
best he could against us. The Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville fans -said they were compelled to
" come down yesterday with two or
three, players represented by substi substitutes,
tutes, substitutes, but "they will be in -better form
'for this afternoon's game.
The home "boys played good ball
yesterday in spite of the fact that
they had a walk-away. Harry Wood
caught a good game and stopped two
would-be runs at the plate by his
ability to tage the runners when he
got the ball. Harry steps into the
biggest of them without ever batting
an eye. Harry also stepped lively
around the bases when he poled out a
f three-bagger.
' Taylor, Clements, Harris, ; Liddell
arid Smith for the vistors each got
credit for a two-bagger. Joe Brooks
led the team ai bat yesterday with
five hits out of five times at bat and
stealing four bases. Clements fol followed
lowed followed well along with him by getting
three hits out of three attempts. Lid Liddell
dell Liddell got three out, of five.
Elrod pitched a good game, allow allowing
ing allowing seven hits, but three of them were
of the infield scratch variety and were
hits by the skin of their teeth. One
very amusing play of the, game oc oc-,
, oc-, curred in the sixth inning. Liddell
made an, attempt to steal third and
': had. to slide in. The third baseman
had the ball before Liddell got there
and tagged him. The umpire called
: ,him out but the ball failed to come
back into playl The third baseman
looked foolish and looked all around
'. him for the ball but failed to see it.
, It occurred to Liddell about this time
that the baseman had dropped the ball
so he also looked for it. It ailed to
-shop up, so Jimmie lit out for home.
Strickland ran over to third and
found the ball under the sack where
' Jimmie's foot had kicked it in his
slide." Strickland threw to the plate
to catch Liddell but failed to make the
play in time.
When Smith hit his two-bagger it
was almost good for three-bases. In Indeed
deed Indeed it might be termed a three three-bagger
bagger three-bagger although the throw to third
was wild. When the ball passed third
Smith ran for the plate, but he mis

calculated on Elrod. That pitcher of
ours was backing up third and re retrieved
trieved retrieved the ball in time to- catch
Smith at the plate.
The same two teams will battle this
afternoon and there is promise of a
much better game t than yesterday's
attempt, : Heniry .Gray will twirl for
the visitors and Taylor or Clements
for us. If Taylor pitches for Ocala,
Perez will likely take his place at
The Box Score
V Gainesville AB R H PO A E
Gray, If 4 0 0 2 0 0
White, rf.and cf...4 0 0 1 0 3
Gillespi, 3rd .."...4 0 1 0 2 1
Ball, ss . ........ 4 0 10 2 0
Smith, c and rf ...4 0 2 6 1 0
Prince, 1st 3 0 0 9 0 0
Strickland, 2nd & p. 3 0 11 5 0
Buie, cf, and c 3 11 2 0 0
Theos, p and 2nd.. 2 0 1 3 0 0
Van Sickle, cf ... .1 0 0 0 0 1
32 1 7 24 10 5
Ocala AB R
Taylor, ss ....... .5 1
113 0
Harris, If 4 2 1
Wood, c .. ...... .4 1 1
Liddell, cf 5 3 3
Clements, rf ...... 3 2 3
Leavengood, 2nd. .5 2 2
Brooks,. 1st 5 2 5 11
Luffman, 3rd 5 1 1 2
Elrod, p 3 0 11
39 14 18 27 16 6
Score by innings:
Gainesville ... 000 010 000 1
Ocala ..... ... .600 022 04x 18
n 'Summary:; Three base hit, Wood;
- two-base hitis, Smith, Taylor, Harris,
- Liddell, Clements; sacrifice hits,
" Wood,; Clements; stolen bases, Lid
dell, Brooks, 4; struck out Jjy Theus,
0, by Strickland, 8, by Elrod, 6; base
on balls off Theus, 1, off Strickland, 0,
off Elrol, 0; wild pitches, by Theus,

0, by Strickland, 2, by Elrod, 0; dou

ble play. Luff man to Leaven good.

Time, 1:50. Umpires, Engesser and
Dyal. Scorer. L. T. I. -Attendance,
349 whole tickets and 21 half tickets.
Receipts, $179.75.
Leesburg has given us dates for
Monday and Tuesday, August 22nd
and 23rd and has given us Labor Day,
Monday, Sept. 5th. As yet we have
not decided the place where these re respective
spective respective games will be played.but will
know by. tomorrow. Dunnellon will
likely play here next Thursday. Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka wants two games with us for
some Tuesday and Wednesday soon,
and it is hoped to make St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine on the same trip for a Thursday
game. Our team is going good. Keep
boosting. ... L. T. I.
(Gainesville Sun)
Ocala took the local team into camp
yesterday afternoon to the tune of 14
to 1. The defeat on the part of the
locals is easily accredited to the fine
stick work of the Ocala nine. Theus,
who pitched for Gainesville, had an
off day and could not get the "stuff"
on the ball, as he expressed it. The
Ocala nine piled up six runs in the
first inning, on eight hits, making a
barrier that the locals could not get
Strickland, went into the box in the
second inning1 and pitched a hard
game for Gainesville. "Strick" is not
a regular pitcher and prefers to play
some other position, but he gritted
his teeth and went to work like a big
leaguer. Herbert Buie for the locals
scored the only run made by the
home team during the game, getting
a single and going to third on Van Van-sickle's
sickle's Van-sickle's two-bagger, and home on an
error in left field.
The Gainesville team goes to Ocala
for another game this afternoon and
the story is expected to be different,
as the "hole" in the line-up created
by the absence of Ogilvie and Swan Swan-son
son Swan-son will be amply filled. Gray will he
in the box and White will probably
Washington, Aug. 19. A satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory agreement has been reached with
the soviet authorities at Riga under
which the American relief adminis administration
tration administration will begin immediately to fight
famine among the children of Russia,
Secretary Hoover announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The agreement, he added, accepts
the conditions laid down by the Amer American
ican American organization for guarding the
lives of relief workers and insuring
American control of food supplies.
While the negotiations came to a
successful 'conclusion, the secretary
explained, it may be a day or two be before
fore before a formal agreement is signed.
Important details such as means of
transportation and location of serious
famine areas remain to be worked
out, he said, before the final document
is drafted.
The work of food relief in Russia
will 4 begin at once, Mr. Hoover de declared,
clared, declared, adding that the New York of office
fice office of the administration was already
preparing vessels to rush' supplies to,
Danzig for inter-shipment into Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. The quantity of food, however,
which will be needed, it is understood,
cannot be determined until a survey
of Russian famine conditions is made.
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
If the energy wasted in shoving
cues over pool tables were put into
constructive labor, the wealth of the
nation would be multiplied many
fold. Times-Union.
If you know anything at all upon
any subject, you know more than the
average business man who confines his
reading to the daily papers with their
baseball news, stock reports and trade
subjects. We all waste much time that
might be employed in getting an edu education.
cation. education. Tampa Times.
The old battleship Alabama is go going
ing going to be the target in-bomb practice
and, after the vessel has been destroy destroyed,
ed, destroyed, the name will still be appropriate.
"Here we rest." Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Maybe business is looking up to
see if taxes are coming down. Hig Hig-ginsville
ginsville Hig-ginsville (Mo.) Jeffersonian.
One way to make government ex expenses
penses expenses light is to place them in the
spot-light. Boston Post.
I Famine controls Russia. Here at
jlast is an authority America can rec rec-I
I rec-I ognize. Fort Wayne News.


Congress has Cut Amount for Better
"Highways from One Hundred
Down to Seventy-Five
. Millions
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 19. By a vote of
28 to 22 the Senate today adopted an
amendment to the federal aid road bill
reducing from one hundred million to
seventy-five million dollars the amount
available for construction in the next
The Senate a few minutes later
passed the road bill. One-third of the
$75,000,000 appropriation would be become
come become available immediately.
Elimination of taxes on" proprietary
medicines was agreed to today by the
House ways and means committee,
which approved more than sixty
changes m the republican tax bill.
The administration bill designed to
authorize Major General Leonard
Wood to become governor general of
the Philippines without retiring as
an officer of the army was laid on the
table today by the House military
committee without a record vote.
Committeemen" were said to have held
it would be a dangerous precedent to
Fought Sheriff's Posse and Killed
Two Deputy Sheriffs in
North Carolina
(Associated Press)
Murphy, N. C, Aug. 19. Two dep deputy
uty deputy sheriffs were killed ahd another
seriously wounded in a battle with
blockaders at Iasjselburg Bridge, no
the Notla river, near here last night.
Meager details received here said
the officers were attempting to arrest
the moonshiners when the latter open opened
ed opened fire with rifles. The moonshiners
(Associated Press)
Blountstown, Aug. 19. The case of
the yacht Curlew, of New Orleans,
and her cargo of liquor, seized near
Port St. Joe a month ago when the
vessel, en route from the Bahamas to
New Orleans sought shelter atfer be being
ing being battered by rough weather in the
gulf, is closed, so far as the yacht and
liquor are concerned. Sheriff Clark,
of Calhoun county, after there was
no more use for the liquor as eviednce,
poured the intoxicant into the ditches
about the jail yard here and the Cur Curlew
lew Curlew was sold last week to persons
frpm Apalachicola.
Fort Myers, Aug.19. Over 290,000
brick were contributed by citizens of
Lee county towards the paving of the
highway between Fort Myers and
Crescent Beach, a distance of fifteen
miles, the first two days after Capt.
Jack DeLysle offered to finance the
building of the highway, which is to
be 16 feet wide, if citizens would fur furnish
nish furnish the brick.
"Buy'a Brick" has become a popu popular
lar popular slogan here almost overnight and
it is believed that within a short time
more than enough material to pave
the road will haVe been contributed.
The movement had hardly begun the
first two days of the campaign, the
smallest pledge being for 100Q brick.
Dr. V. H. Voorhi3 pledged 20,000
brick. The committee in charge of
the campaign expects to accept every
pledge, even if the contributor offers
only one brick.
For a land of liberty, we consume
a surprising amount of tar and feath feathers.
ers. feathers. -North Adams (Mass.) Herald.
The only part of the far east con controversy
troversy controversy that brings us any cheer at
present is the "far" part. Detroit
Free Press.
Thrift is the art of buying a com complexion
plexion complexion to match a hat instead of buy buying
ing buying a hat to match a complexion.
Sioux City Journal.
I ;
Census statistics for Chicago show
a foreign-born population oi oud,4SZ.
Why go abroad for a league of na nations?
tions? nations? Chicago Tribune.
The railroads might as well learn
jnow as later that the country cant
I support rates in the style in which
they were raised. Baltimore Sun.
Eight yards LAWN $1 FISHEL'S.

Hardee Spending the Day Among the
Florida Soldiers at their
Annual Drill
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Aug. 19. Today is
"Governor's Day" at Camp Johnston,
with Governor Hardee preesnt to re review
view review the troops this afternoon. The
governor arrived last night from Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, and went immediately to the
camp where he spent the night. He
rolled from an army cot this morning
at reveille and was present with the
officers to witness the formality of be beginning
ginning beginning the day in camp.
Field events were on the program
for the morning and the afternoon
will be spent on the rifle range. Regi Regimental
mental Regimental parade will take place at five
o'clock this afternoon, the regiment
passing in review before the gover governor
nor governor and staff officers. The encamp encampment
ment encampment will end tomorrow and the
troops will start home Saturday night
or Sunday morning.
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, Aug. 19 Si A. Osteen,
of Lotus, on Merritt Island, recently
produced $1,178.13 worth of tomatoes
from one acre of ground; according to
reports to the extension division of
the state university. Mr. Osteen har harvested
vested harvested 260 crates of the vegetable
from the one. acre and received $4.53
a crate for them.
In spite of heavy transportation
and commission charges, a net return
of $627.64, an average of $2.41 a
crate, was realized. Shipping began
the latter part of May and continued
into July.
In His Attempts to Arrange a Peace
Treaty with America
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Aug. 19. Chancellor Wirth
is endeavoring to secure the support
of all political factions represented in
the reichstag for his plans looking to
the negotiation of a peace treaty with
the United States. Conferences of an
important nature have been held the
last few days.
(Associated Pressor
London, Aug. 19. Famine is still
ravaging the Volga district of Russia
but there is a decrease in the cholera
epidemic there, says the Moscow Cor Correspondent
respondent Correspondent of the Herald.
Athens, Aug. 19. Demetrios Rhal-
lys, former premie rof Greece, is dead,
it was announced here today, as the
result of a long illness.
Mexico City, Aug. 19. General
Jose Sanchez, governor of the state
of Pueblo, has been called to Mexico
City, according to a local newspaper,
in connection with the rumor that five
men of the city of Pueblo said to be
his political enemies were shot while
endeavoring to escape from guards.
We might save time and point a
moral by locating our cemeteries at
points where automobile highways
make sharp turns. Baltimore Sun.
In view of the present situation we
should say that if the United States
grants the Philippines independence
with strings, they might as well be
purse-strings. Manila Bulletin.
Lloyd George, speaking of relations
with France, declares "Plain speak
ing generally leads to good under understanding."
standing." understanding." He and Lord Northcliffe
should understand each other per
fectly. Springfield Republican.
Free verse: The triumph ofmind
over meter. Life.
Come to FISHEL'S Dollar Week.
Wage slave: Any lucky chap who
has a job. Kokomo, IncL, Tribune.
Soviet Russia's problem is to get
its meals without getting its deserts.
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
Doubtless Turkey will charge her
defeats to Prophet and loss. Norfolk
Now that business is on the mourn
ers' bench, there is every reason to
expect a revival. Baltimore Sun.


Government of Great Britain has
Goae to the Extreme Length in
Making Concessions
London, Aug. 19. Lord Curzon.
secretary for foreign affairs, speak-
mg in the house of lords today on
Irish negotiations, said the erovern-
ment had offered all that could be
given without compromising the safe safety
ty safety of the realm, the sovereientv of
the crown and the dignity of the em
The British government, declared
Premier Lloyd George today, in mak making
ing making its settlement proposals to Ire Ireland
land Ireland had decided on putting the
hole of its -terms into a letter to de
Valera without keeping anvthinff
back, and the requel had proved, he
said, it was right in adopting that
Flits from Place to Place in Efforts
to Evade his Pursuing
(Associated Press)
Geneva, Aug. 19. Grover Bergdoll,
says a newspaper here, today arrived
in Constance from Munich three
days ago and is now stopping at a
hotel there. Bergdoll came from Ger
many to avoid extradition to the
United States, the, newspaper asserts.
He has an American passport, it adds,
and now is perfectly safe from- extra;
Berne, Aug. 19. Agents of the
American legation here and the Swiss
police are unable to locate Grover
Bergdoll, the American draft evader,
reported to have fled to Switzerland
from Germany.
Pay Their Fines, Uncle Sam, Like a
Good Old Sport
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 19. A resolution
asking the state department whether
any steps have been taken to obtain
the release of Americans said to be
imprisoned in France or effect their
transfer to the, United Sttaes was in introduced
troduced introduced yesterday by Representative
Flood, democrat, of .Virginia. Accord According
ing According to H. Cleveland Coxe, former vice
consul general at Paris, the resolution
states, 300 American veterans of the
world war are" in French prisons
charged with infractions of the civil
law. Secretary, Hughes would be re requested,
quested, requested, under the resolution, to
open negotiations with the French
government for their release.
(Associated Press)
Naples, Aug. 18. Sailors belonging
to the erew o the American steamer
Pocahontas, yesterday handed out
chastisement to a number of Sapnish
sailors in a free fight which resulted
from the Spaniards insulting the Am Americans
ericans Americans by crying "Down with Amer America!"
ica!" America!" The Americans immediately tackled
the Spaniards and forced them to
withdraw their insult and kiss, the
American flag. Several of the Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards were so badly pummelled in the
fight that they had to be taken to a
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
With dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Mondsj
only. Phone 377.
We are inclined to believe that in
the matter of disarmament the Unit United
ed United States will wait for Weeks. Ma Manila
nila Manila Bulletin.
Europe is slowly recovering from
the belief that our foreign policy is
an endowment policy. Little Falls,
(Minn.) Transcript.
The trouble with Europe, is that it
has learned to define patriotism as a
perennial desire to kill a neighbor.
DeKalb, HL, Chronicle.
Men have learned to make almost
everything out of cotton except a reg regular
ular regular profit for the growers. Lans
ing, Mich., Capitol News.
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

Pirates Will Win the Pennant this
Year If They Keep Up
their Present Pace
(Associated Press)
New York. Aug. 19. Pittsbnnr to
day had a firm grip on first place in
the National League. Winning two
games from Philadelphia yesterday,
while New York lost to Cincinnati,
the Pirates now hold a lead of 61
points over the Giants. If Pittsburg
does no better than break even in the
42 games remaining on its schedule,
New York must win 26 of its 33
games yet to be played to tie the
Japan, Britain and the Rest of the
World Vvln be Safe, Says
Lloyd George
(Associated rress)
London, Aug. 19. If the alliance
with Japan could be merged into a
greater understanding with Japan and
the United States on ail the problems
of the Pacific, that would be a great
event,' and it would be a guarantee for
the peace of the world, declared David
Lloyd George, the British prime min
ister, in the house of commons, in
outlining the work of the recent con conference
ference conference of the imperial premiers.
The members of the Business and
Professional Woman's Club gave sev several
eral several entertainments the past year
that were as enjoyable as any occas occasion
ion occasion given in the city, but none can be
compared with the launch ride 'down
the Oklawaha to Conner last evening.
Everybody was in high spirits and
out for a good time and the speedy
launch which took the party down
the river created a breeze that made
all forget the warm afternoon they
had left behind. There were a num number
ber number on board who were taking this
delightful trip for the first time, and
others who had not been down the
river for several years, and the en
thusiastic, remarks heard on all sides
made everybody realize what was be being
ing being missed by those not taking this
trip when opportunity offers. There
were several tee-to-tums on board
and putting the same in evidence com
menced the jolly and lively times,
rolling the festive tee-to-tum ensuing
the remainder of the evening. This
game proved beneficial for only one
Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mr. Albert
Harriss and Miss Frances Schramme,
of Kentucky, were the only guests
besides the club members taking the
trip, and they entered congenially
with the club members into the spirit
of the evening, especially, Albert, who
was forthwith adopted as the club's
At Conner the jolly party landed.
A more beautiful night could not have
been selected. The moon was the only
light necessary. Here the bounteous
lunch was enjoyed, after which the
entire party strolled up to Mr. Pat
Randall's hospitable home, where
piano and vocal music were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall are always gra gracious
cious gracious host and hostess and visits to
their home are most pleasant.
At 10:30 o'clock the boat arrived at
the springs on the return trip, with
everybody singing and in the best of
good humor." On departing it was
the unanimous expression, "Why
don't we go oftener?"
The following were those present:
Mrs. S. A. Ellis, Mrs. Jean Conoley,
Mrs. Ritchey, Mrs. J. C. Crosby, Mrs.
M. D. Juhan, Mrs. Ola Potter, Misses
Rhoda Rhody, Camflle Smith, Edna
Sipple, JMeta Jewett, Frances Tarver,
Floyd Whittle, Ruth and Mary Ervin,
Carrie Barco, Mabel Akin, Donnie
Sims, Maude Blalock, Pearl Keeffe,
Edith Williams, Onie Chazal, Alice
Bullock, Margaret Taylor and TiHie
Misses Tillie Pasteur t and Carrie
Barco, who arranged the whole af affair,
fair, affair, were the reelects of many com compliments
pliments compliments and much praise on the suc success
cess success of the o"uting.
The idleness of 5,000,000 persons is
explained by the circumstance that
employers can't afford to pay the price
and the idlers can evidently afford to
remain idle, Houston Post.
Plenty Bargains for $1 FISHEL'S.
: :
Looking back at it now, we acknowl
edge that Germany's violation of Bel Belgium
gium Belgium couldn't hare been any worse if
Belgium had contained undeveloped
oil fields. Anderson, Ind, Herald.
Clerk wanted at SOS N. Magnolia.'



For the .Massachusetts Girl who Suf Suffered
fered Suffered Worse than Death from a
Bunch of Highbrow Negroes
(Associated Press)
Barnstable, Mass.. Auir. 19. A mob
of nearly 200 men and women carry
ing ropes early today stormed the
local jail threatening to three
negroes charged with highway rob robbery
bery robbery and criminal assault upon a
young white woman.
At 2:30 this morning 25 automo
biles whose occupants w?re women as
well as men, drove to the jail and
those coming in cars were ioined bv
others on foot. They demanded the
negroes from the sheriff. With shouts
of "Let's get them," the mob ap
proached the entrance but when the
guard of five men fired into the air
the crowd halted.
The warden warned the mob that at
the first attempt to attack the jail
they would be shot down. The warnincr
had its effect but the crcwd remained
about the jail for more than an hourJ
More, guards will be added to the jail
force today and the sheriff intimated
that he might ask for state troops.
i t
Conner, Aug. 18. Mr. Oliver Yar-
borough is in Jacksonville for some
Master C. B. Rogers is spending
part of his vacation in Daytona with
relatives. v
J. W. Randall spent Saturday and
Sunday, with Mrs. Randall and his
parents at Conner. He is now located
at Inverness and Mrs. Randall will
join him in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradley of
Tampa are visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Allan G. Powell and little
daughter, Phyllis of Fort Myers are
spending some time with the family
of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Towell.
Edward Henderson has returned to
his home in Sanford after p. pleasant
visit of two weeks with the family of
his uncle, Mr Joe Stanaland and othpr
Eric Mills and wife and Jack Wel-
honer and wife spent Sunday in Ta Ta-vares
vares Ta-vares The writer was misinformed as to
the date of Rev. E. M. Henderson's
coming, and wishes to say that next
Thursday night, Aug. 25th, i3 the date
of his address at the Oklawaha
W; IL Garretson was in Ocala at attending
tending attending to business Monday.
Wacahoota, Aug. 17. We are still
having hot mornings and showers in
the afternoons. But the nights are
beautiful, flooded with moonlight and
delightful breezes thru the pines.
Mrs. M. R. Beck returned from
Jacksonville last Friday.
Miss Claudia Bradley of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who has been here nursing her
father, Mr. R. S. Bradley, returned to
her work Friday morning. She was
accompanied home by her father.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eevill of Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, accompanied the remMn3 cf
their little son, Frank Jr., here -for
interment in the Baptist cemetery
Sunday afternoon. Rev. Dr. O'Kelly
of Gainesville, held a brief service and
spoke comforting words to the grief grief-stricken
stricken grief-stricken parents and grandparents.
Then the little body was laid to rest
underneath the oaks and the little
mound was covered with beautiful
flowers. Mrs. Kirk and Mrs. Aber Aber-nathy
nathy Aber-nathy of Graham, accompanied them
here on their sad mission. We extend
deepest sympathy to the sorrowing
Messrs. C. R. Curry and R. W.
Mosely were shopping in Micanopy
Saturday morning.
Miss Janielee Tyson returned to her
home Saturday afternoon after a visit
to relatives in Alachua.
Mrs. Elvin Bruton spent l.v;t
Thursday with her mother, Mrs. !L
Phiney of Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs.R. W. Mosely ard 11 r.
C. R. Curry were visitors to Archer
Saturday afternoon, going over to
meet Miss Elizabeth Bird of Lawtey,
and Miss Grace Padgett of Maxville,
who are guests of Mrs. R. W. Mosely.
Mrs. Robert Wade and children cf
Fort White are guests of Mrs. Curtice
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were vis visitors
itors visitors to Williston Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lute Howell and Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Curry and daughter,
Thelma, enjoyed a trip to the Uni University
versity University City Friday afternoon.
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishol's. 20-27.
The one obstacle to a white-cellar
union such as is being organized in
Chicago probably will be found t t-the
the t-the laundry. Kansas City Tun.


1 a PC.



FabiUhed Ery D;r EiMt 9umAmt by

R. R. Carroll, Prealdeat
P. V. I.ereagod,. &eretarr-Trerer
. J. It. Hetjiwu, 1-1 1 tor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., posftofflc as
eond -class matter.
BstiatM Oflrt ........... .F1re-Oa
4itrtal Oeaartneat ......Two-Sctm
JNtdetr Reartr .Flr-0

The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the use for re-publication of
all news diapatcies credited to it or
cot otherwise cred ited la this paper and
also the local news -published herein.
; All rise tits of republication of special
cu: latches hereto are also referred.
"One year, In advance ......
i X- months, in ad ranee I . 3.00
Three imonths. In advance........ 1-5
On month, in ad ranee ....... .0
Displays Plate 15 cents per lncn for
- consecutive insertions. Alternate Inser Insertions
tions Insertions 2V per cent additional. Composi-
lion charges on J da. that run less than
., six tiroes 10 cents per inch. Special
- position 25 -per cent additional Rates
based on four-inch minimum. Less than
four inches will take a higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica applica-.
. applica-. tion. r
Read la a; Kattegat Five cents per line
for first Insertion; three eents tper line
for each subsequent insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with with-outxtra
outxtra with-outxtra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.

railroad commission should make a
rule that no railroad in Florida shall
sell caps to its passengers, and the
traveling public should educate itself

into carrying its own cups, for the
truth is that drinking out of a paper
cup is not much more satisfactory
than kissing your own sister.


We don't know how it Urn some
states, but in this state the health

authorities have pretty well done

away with public drinking cups, espe
cially on the railroads.

The Star favors this measure it is
dangerous sometimes and nasty all
times for a railway car full of people
to drink from one cup. Experienced
travelers carry their own cups, but
experienced travelers are scare. A
man may ride' up and down the state

? for a score of years, and yet not be
experienced enough to provide himself
with a small cup that will go in his

pocket for his1 railroad journeys. t

When the law went into effect, the

railroads began: supplying their pas

sengers with paner cups. This was

very well, but the public abused its
right. Children would pull the cups
, out of the holders and scatter them
up and down the aisles until a day's
supply ; would be gone in half the
journey. The older folks were not
much better.-We have seen men work
sums on the smooth side of the cups,
and women write notes, but the worst
thing about it was that the older
folks would not restrain the children,
and let them ucatter and waste the
-' cups.i which 4 cost the railroad com

panies considerable money to provide.
' The two railroads running,. through

- Ocala took different measures to rem

ery the trouble. The Seaboard Air

Line simply put on a penny in the
slot machine. The traveler puts a
penny in the slot, pulls down a knob
, and the machine shoves a paper cup
; at him. The cup is very fragile, but
: by being careful the traveler can ob

tain two or three drinks out of it.

There are several drawbacks to this
- plan, which makes it sometimes worse

1 than the evil it was intended to cure
For one thing, it is unmitigated mean

ness in this state to charge anything

for a drink of water. We don't know

-who put this rule in effect on the Sea'

' board, but whoever it was should be

obliged-to sit alongside Dives m hell
- until he became used to doing without
water. We have seen people suffer a
good deal on account of this damnable
stinginess. A lot of women who trav travel
el travel with their children on the xailroads
haven't money enough to buy cups,
and even those -r who have money
haven't always coppers. Often when
a passenger buys and uses, his cup,
mothers will ask him for it for their
" children, or the children themselves
will ask for it, or he will give it to
some one who needs a drink. A good
many men will buy cups and leave
them on the shelf by the water cooler,
which is nearly always sloppy, and
children or older people will come
along and take the wet cups and try
to drink out of them before they go to
pieces. All these things are more
-likely to spread contagion than the
old-fashioned tin cup, into which the
- traveler could put his or her lower lip
and avoid a good deal of the danger.
All this is no fault of he train
men,: who often stick their own pen pennies
nies pennies into the slots to obtain cups for
thirsty women and children, and we
doubt that it is the fault of officers on
the Florida divisions, but most likely
that of some of the fhigher ups," who
-dont care how much their side of the
scale dips, provided, it is weighed
down with dollars.
The Atlantic Coast Une gives cups
to its passengers. ..; On some trains
they are in too high for chil chil-r
r chil-r dren to reach, iso while they can' al always
ways always obtain a cup by the help of an
older person, they can't pull them out
and scatter theim around the cars as
they did at first. And the train men
are always ready to supply passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, big and little; so there is little
trouble in keeping thirst quenched on
the trains of this road.
The state board of health and the


f 1

C V. Roberts
Phone 305

Barney Spencer
Phone 431

The St. Petersburg Times speaks

up for bobbed hair as follows:
Just now the erratic school of re reform
form reform spellbinders is yapping on the
bobbed hair fad as once they yelled

themselves hoarse about the ankle
length skirt and branded the lip stick

as an implement of Satan.

It doesn't take much to get these

enormous sycophants on the sensation

band : wagon for a verbal joy "ride up
Broadway and down Main street.

At Hartford, Conn., minister is

credited with saying that women who

bt b their hair are on the way to per

dition. There is just as much sense
to this as prescribing damnation for

men who prefer pajamas to night

shirts. : ;

A few days ago, an all-sufficient
male, a life insurance executive, got
himself voluminously quoted in sol solemn
emn solemn -pronouncement again shorn
He went even farther in differen differentiation
tiation differentiation between the relative intelli

gence of brunets and blondes, to the
disparagement of the latter. This

gentleman ; profoundly opined that

mentally, the light haired girl was in

ferior. But both, he inferred, became
utterly brainless by the cooling ope

rating of bobbing their hair.

There is nothing in the world wrong
about bobbed hair if the owners pre

fer it that way and that is; pretty

much their own business. From the

standpoint of common sense shorter
hair is more comfortable and more

easily cared for.

Whether or not it is more attractive

is wholly a matter of personal opin

ion and for individual ; judgment.
Bobbed hair is becoming to some
women, and it appears freakish with
others. Similarly, do some men wear
mustaches more gracefully than their


Any statement that women who
shortened their hair are lacking either
in character or intelligence, it utter

poppy-ccck and is simply the inane

vaporing of a self -chosen demagogue

who -likes to hear himself talk.

Bobbed, hair may or may not stay-

it may be merely a passing feminine

fashion. The chances are that many
women will prefer to keep their hair
shorter than before, because of great

er convenience. In any event, it is

safe to say that custom and the worn
en themselves will decide the matter.




Funeral Directors, Embalmers
, Private Morgue and Chapel
OSce Phone 350, Ocala, Fla,
217 W. Broadway


(St. Petersburg Independent)
Many citizens Vf St. Petersburg
have severely criticized the sheriff
and his deputies for not stopping the
sale, of whisky in Pinellas county. It
ia said that whisky is being sold bold boldly,
ly, boldly, -especially, in St. Petersburg and
few arrests have been made. ; Sheriff
Lindsey recently was in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and said he knew he is being
criticised but that his hands are. tied
by .the ruling of the courts. He want wanted
ed wanted the public to know that he is doing
his duty as far as is possible and de deplores;
plores; deplores; the numerous sales of liquor. ; ;
Sheriff Lindsay "recently discussed
with high court officials the laws
governing prohibition enforcement, td
get a clear understanding of what a
civil officer can do to enforce the law.
He said he was advised that he must
have a search warrant before he could
look into an automobile or a house,
even if he knew to a reasonable cer certainty
tainty certainty that there was whisky in the

vehicle or the dwelling. He was also
advised that if he conducted such a

search without a warrant and the al alleged
leged alleged bootlegger or whisky runner

was shot in resisting a search the of officer
ficer officer who fired the shot would have a

hard time avoiding a conviction.

"Suppose I have a tip that an autor

mobile is coming to Clearwater, load loaded
ed loaded down with, whisky, can I stop the
car and search it?" Lindsey says he

asked the court officials. He was ad advised
vised advised that he would be required to
have a warrant and that if he search searched
ed searched the car without a warrant and

found whisky in it, the owner of the

liquor could not be convicted because
the arresting officer did not have a

warrant. .,'

Sheriff, Lindsey then asked that he

be given warrants signed in blank to

be filled out by him when the need
arose. He was told that this could
not be done. Then he asked that
"John Doe" warrants, we issued to
hfn and was told that the last legisla

ture passed a law forbidding the is issuing
suing issuing of John Doe" warrants. .Mr.

Lindsey was informed that he must
have a search warrant naming the

owner of the automobile or house to

be searched and describing the car or
dwelling in detail.

Sheriff Lindsey says that under

the ruling of the courts his hands are

tied and it is practically impossible
for him to make arrests since he
would seldom have time to get a war

rant before making a search of an au

tomobile that is carrying whisky. The
bootleggers know the law and, there therefore,
fore, therefore, have grown very bold, the. sher sheriff
iff sheriff says. .- .
Sheriff Lindsey says the' only way
to catch and to convict the bootlegger
is by employing detectives who would
buy liquor and then testify in court,
but this is expensive and he has not
any fund for this" purpose. He em-r-WM
two detectives several weeks

Remarkable Lightning Photograph


s7'J " r Y
. 1: 4 ..- r I
ft... v ;r.' v- "'""' : ' .- v-;""J4
i f : v.. .' ; v-.
t- ' i
:' J ;
H '
1 1 i-s--, j, LlL.'. -.z L, ' v
t ..a.".: . .i..w ''- ' i i
I" - o. s !j
. - - i
v.- '. .- : : J

Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
2C0. 310 N. Main street 27-tf

The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf

Test our delivery service when yea
want FRESH meat Just call phone
103. Main Street Market, 11 -tf

Bananas per dozen 35c. at Whit-'
t'mgton's. Phones 162 and 377. 3t j

-..This remarkable i-liOH-iapli. mutle at Ottawa. Cm aia, during a recent
storm, sl'Owiwu kinls of lightning. At the left is shown the lare of a tre tre-j.:emhus
j.:emhus tre-j.:emhus flash of .sheet li-htn-n-r. while on the ri'ht prt-nt jiiped forks of
--: ji i. or liuhtning are shown. Three exjHKsari's on one plate were used
. tr.Uh the two flashes.

ago at a cost of $400 and three ar arrests
rests arrests were made and only one convic conviction
tion conviction secured. The sheriff says that
the prohibition enforcement organiza organization
tion organization in St. Petersburg has given him
very little assistance and has not con contributed
tributed contributed any money to pay for detec detectives
tives detectives that have been or might be em employed.
ployed. employed. The sheriff says he asked the
committee on prohibition enforce enforcement
ment enforcement to pay him $25 for each convic conviction
tion conviction secured but that nothing to this
end has been done. He says that with
$25 in each case he would be able to
do much toward breaking up bootleg bootleggers
gers bootleggers but that he cannot afford to bear
the expense himself of hiring detec detectives.
tives. detectives. All of which makes folks in St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg wonder what became of the
money that was raised when W. J.
Bryan spoke here in the interests of
prohibition enforcement. A large sum
was contributed and it was stated
that a considerable sum would be re retained
tained retained at home to help defray the ex expense
pense expense of catching bootleggers. Since
then other money was raised for this
purpose but apparently none has been
spent. '
Sheriff Lindsey is handicapped in
his efforts to put a stop to whisky whisky-runners.
runners. whisky-runners. He should have the financial
help of those interested in prohibition
enforcement. f

Short3 prsack $1.80 at Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. Phones 162 and 377. 3t


In New York taking a
post graduate course.
Will announce date of re return
turn return later.

Let us exchance vour old furniture

for new. We can furnish you every-j
thing for your home. Theus Brothers. -Phone
19. 23-lm. I

Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Arrival and departure of passengej
The following schedule figures pub
tished as information and -lot guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Arrirc
2:20 am Jacksnville-N'York 2:10 are
1:55 pm '- Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17pm -Jacksonville 3:50pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm- Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pro
Leave Arri?
227 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gair.sville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunneilon- Wilcox

7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland
3:30 pm Homosassa
10:15 pm Leesburg

Mutual Life
Insurance Company
. of Ne York
The Oldest Leg, 1 Reserve
Company in AmcTica.

One of thelarjjest and strongest
- o
companies in the world

Let me take care f your insur insurance
ance insurance nerd., and be safe

Mrs. E. C. Bennett
Ocala, Florida




Ocala. Florida


1 !! !!;!:!

!;iit; mt

IH i!'!:Lk lit !tl


11:03 pm
1 :25 pm
6:42 am
11:50 an

1:45 pm Gainesville

Moa'av. WJnesday. Friday.
Tuaay, Thursday. Saturday

r We (Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2,
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
x DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
POLARINE Heavy Oil, five galloDS, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Enflcsscr, Prop.
Day Phone 258 : Night Phone 533

ir you're ;
for Expert Volcanizing,
Ihroiv your Deadlight
on onr shop: We. are
Experts af this business
and our work is

Ocala House Block

Best Porto Rican Swett Potatoes, 50c a peck, $l.3 a tz&tl

Pink Salmon
Tall can
Pink. Salmon
Flat can..

per package ...
Jello Ice Crearq
per package

Octagon Soap
large bars, 2 for..
per box
Irish Potatoes
per pound
2 pouuel can
Baker's Cocoa
xz pound can...

Ritter's Pork andl J J-Beans,
Beans, J-Beans, per "can 1 L 2 C

Kingans Break Breakfast
fast Breakfast Bacon


6 c


Kingan's Crocus
Butter, per ib.
White Bacon
Ier pound
Libby's Tripe
No. 3 can
Libby's Jellies
assorted, a can.
Omega Plain
Flour. 121b. sk...
Omega Plain Q
Flour 241b. sk...
Gold Medal Plain
Flour, 121b. sk
Gold Medal Pin ?
Flour, 24 lb. sk.t.
White Ring S. R.
Flour, 121b. sk..

White Ring S.R.

Flour, 241b. sk.

Ski-Hi, Self Rising ZHn
Flour, 121b. sk.. dlj

Ski-Hi, S. Rising i

Flour, 241b. sk.

c 1 t A

We SeUKingan's Boiled Ham, Boned crJ Relied, lists. 12

Lanch Meat and Country Sausage



7A Touring Cars
Speed -Wagons

Full Line of GOODYEAR Tires

EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
and Repairing

Bicycles and Supplies



Fort King Ave. & Osceola St.

Ocala,. Florida





Merchants Block

Phone 163 Ocala, Florida j!

ChoYVXI Tto IV Iy' f' I$ a aT( wheat flour

UNEEDAS and all former Q
10c tike-s. Crackers OC

Three packages
All former 20c. pkgs.
Tall Pink
Campbell's Soup
per can.
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar. ......... ..
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen

Cherry Bell Flour f" or
24. lb sack vltOO

Sauer's Self-Rising
24 lb sack

Walter Baker's Cocoa OA
half pound tins.... V
One pound of O A
pood Tea OUC

Senate Coffee
per pound..

Senate Coffee, 7K

55 c



two pounds for.

three pounds for.

Senate Coffee, -CI 1 A

T : :
Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle..-..
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle. .
Eeddick Peanut Butter
per pound..........
Evaporated Milk,

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


. 80c
.. 25c
. 95c
. 15c
. 65c

Porina Feed I;jr Cows, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

What Henry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
In the tractor tbe farmer uow his michine in which ih harnessed
one of the m ist adaptable, efficient, economical sources of power in the v.r!d
the internal combustion engine.
"The tractor will multiply the pr.xluctive capacity of each individual
farm worker from three to four times over.
, "It will put the farmer on a par wit i the citv manufacturer. It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is whit a farm is oa to n efficient
production ba.sis.
"It will enable each worker to earn so much more thit he can he paid
more and stiil leave a greater profit for the mn who hires him. It will enable
the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving hi-n more time to enjoy life-
"I believe the tractor will make farming whit it ought to be the most
pleasant, the most healthful, the most profitable business on earth."



-!f ?T?TTfMIt!l?tlMfptf f ?! tt!?? tf (tit !f!!f !';! ?ttMf!?J?f Uift!???f rM!!:,,??! 5




CHAPT L Jane Hardies, respect-,
able and conservative old spinster but
never too old W think of witl
more money than brains, is inveigled by
a strong-nut? ded spinster, Miss Higglesby Higglesby-Browue,
Browue, Higglesby-Browue, tnu ti:nincinff an expedition te
bunt for buried treasure on Leeward
island. Her niece. Virginia Hardin, un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to step her. gets on the vessel
cgased for to hunt, and in the confu confusion
sion confusion is unwillingly carried alone
CHAPTER iT. By no means concealing
ber distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its mtrabfers. Virginia makes
tna acquaintance of the Honorable Cuth Cuth-bert
bert Cuth-bert Vaoe. and is somewhat impressed.
CHAPTER Ill.-Tarsdng with DugaJd
Shaw, the leader of the expedition Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia very frankly expresses ber views,
practically accusing Shaw and the other
members of the tarty, including a some
what uncertain personage. Captain Mag-
nus. and a shady "financier," Hamilton i
H. Tubbs. of being in a conspiracy to de- j
fraud Miss Jane Harding. Their relations, I
naturally, are somewhat strained. j
CHAPTER I V.-Landing on the island
Is a matter of some difficulty. Virginia j
being carried ashore in the arms of Cuth-,
ven vane, vo.iwjr ossquieiuae. xam land landing,
ing, landing, however. Lis safely effected.
CHAPTER V.i-Led by Miss Higgiesby Higgiesby-Browne.
Browne. Higgiesby-Browne. the party draws ap an agree agreement
ment agreement whereby Virginia Harding is barred
from participation in the profits of the
expedition. Believing the whole thing to
be a fraud, Virginia is not greatly wor worried.
ried. worried. Cuthbert Vane alone votes against
the exclusion of Virginia.
CHAPTER VL Wild pig 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
blm into camp.;
CHAPTER Vll.-On the Island la the
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
tueen. Returning to the camp, she la
intercepted by Captain Magnus, who ac accosts
costs accosts her unpleasantly. She escapes him,
with the aid of "Crusoe."
CHAPTER V;i II. Fired with the idea
of herself discovering the treasure, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia pays a viiiit to the cave which has
been singled out. as the most likely place
in which it has been concealed, and
there she is camght by the tide and res rescued
cued rescued by Dugalu ahaw, frcm certain
death. Thinking her unconscious, Shaw
whispers word, of endearment, which
she treasures. !..
CHAPTER IX. In idle curiosity Vir-
ftnia, dabbling j about the wreck of the
sland Queen, .finds a diary, identified
only as having : been kept by "Peter," a
former seeker of the treasure. In it be
tells 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 apparen t in the councils of the
little party. Virginia's interest in the
leader of the expedition increases.
CHAPTER XL-The diary which Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia has found in the remains of the
Island Queen reveals the fact that the
existence of the gold was known to oth others,
ers, others, and an active and successful search
for it carried en. The record tells of the
finding of the treasure and its transfer transference
ence transference to the small boat, but it is evident
the finder never left the island with his
wealth. Virginia, of course, believes it
to be on the Island Queen, and so within
her reach. For various reasons she de-!
cldes to say nothing of her discovery- un- I
til she has investigated further. 1
CHAPTER XIL Led by directions In
"Peter's" diary, Virginia finds a highly
important clue to the hidden treasure,
but ber courage fails when it comes to
pushing her investigations.-
M r.- Tubba Interrupts.
I had determined as an offset to my
pusillanimous behavior about the cave
to show a dogged Industry In the mat matter
ter matter of the Island Queen. lt would take
me a long while to get down through
the sand to the chest, but I resolved to
accomplish it, and borrowed of Cookie,
without his knowledge, a large Iron
spoon which thought. I could wield
more easily than a heavy spade.
But that afternoon I was tired and
hot It really; called for a grimmer
resolve than mine to shovel sand
through the .languor of a Leeward
island afternoon. 1 Instead, I slept In
my hammock, and dreamed that I was
queen of a cannibal Island, draped In
necklaces made of the dodbloons now
hidden under the sand In the cabin -of
the derelict. V
Later, the wailing of Cookie was
heard In the land, and I had to restore
the spoon to free Crusoe of the charge
of having stok'n it. 1 said I had want wanted
ed wanted to dig with It. But of couise It oc occurred
curred occurred to no one "that It was the treas treasure
ure treasure I had espected to dig up with
Cookie's spoori. ;
A more serious obstacle to my ex explorations
plorations explorations on the Island Queen pre presented
sented presented itself next day. Instead of put putting
ting putting to sea, Sir. Shaw and Captain
Magnus hauled the boat up on the
beach and set to work to repair it,
The preceding day had been filled
with hardship and danger so much
so that my heart sank a little at the
recountal of It. You saw the little
boa; threading its way among, the
reefs, tossed like seaweed by the
white teeth- of gnawing waves,
screamed at by angry gulls whose
homes were those clefts and caves
which the boat Invaded. And all this,
poor little boat, on a hopeless quest
for no reward but peril and wounds.
Cuthbert Vane had a sprained thumb
which could not be Ignored, and on
the strength of which he was dis dismissed
missed dismissed from the boat-repairing con con-.
. con-. tlngent, and thrown on my hands to
entertain. So of course I had to re renounce
nounce renounce all thoughts of visiting the
sloop. I should not have dared to go
there anyway, with Mr. Shaw and the
captain able more or less to overlook
my motions from the beach, for I was
quite morbidly afraid of attracting at attention
tention attention to th derelict. It seemed to
me a happy jnlracle that no one but
myself had taken any Interest in her,
or been Inspired to ask by what chance
so small a boat had come to be
wrecked upoti these desolate shores.

Fortaiiately in her t position in the

BKriafetsp, si swnti ma i i ir i ti it-vtw i n-ca it iiiv i

st&aow or me enrr sue was incon inconspicuous,
spicuous, inconspicuous, so that she might easily
have been taken for the half of a large
boat instead of the whole of a small
one, or be must before this have
drawn the questioning notice of the
Scotchman. As to the captain, his at attention
tention attention was all set on the effort to
discover the cave, and his intelligence
was not lively enough to start on an
entirely new tack by Itself. And the
Honorable Cuthbert viewed derelicts
as he viewed the planetary bodies ;
somehow in the course of nature they
r So, dissembling my excitements and
anxieties, I swung placidly in my ham hammock,
mock, hammock, and nearby sat the beautiful
youth with his thumb carried tenderlj
In a bandage. Was it merely, my be being
ing being so distrait, or was it quite another
reason that led him to open up sc
suddenly about his Kentish home!
Strange to say, instead of panting foi
the title, Cuthbert wanted bis broth brother
er brother to go on living, though there wa
something queer about bis spine, pooi
fellow, and the doctors said he couldn!
possibly Of course I was surprised
at Cuthbert's views, for I had alwayf
thought that If there were a titl Is
your family your sentiments toward
those who kept you out of it were
necessarily tuurtfei oils, and your Hears
crocodile wlfen you pretended to. weep
over, their biers. But Cuthbert's feel feelings
ings feelings were so human that I mentally
apologized to the nobility. As to
High Staunton manor, I adored it. It
is mostly Jacobean, but wifh an an ancient
cient ancient Tudor wing, and it has a chapel
and a ghost and a secret staircase
and a frightfully beautiful and wicked
ancestress hanging in the hall I mean
a portrait of her and quantities of
oak paneling quite black with age,
and silver that was hidden in the fam family
ily family tombs when Cromwell's soldiers
came, and a chamber where Elizabeth
once slept, and other romantic details
too numerous to mention It is a little
bit run down and shabby, for lack of
money to keep It up, and of course on
that account all the more entrancing.
. The present Lord Grasmere lived up
to his position so completely that he
had the gout and sat with his foot on
a cushion exactly like all the elderly
aristocrats you ever heard of, only
when I inquired if his lordship cursed
his valet and flung plates at the foot footmen
men footmen when his foot hurt him, his son
was much shocked and pained. He
did not realize so well as I from an
extensive course of novel-reading
that such Is the usual behavior of ti titled
tled titled persons. r
It was delightful, there in the hot
stillness of the island, with the palms
rustling faintly overhead, to hear of
that cool, mossy, ancient place, I
asked : eager questions I repeated
gloatingly fragments of description
I.wondesed enviously what it would
be like to t have anything so old and
proud and beautiful in your very blood
when-suddenly I, realized that, mis misled
led misled by my enthusiasm, Cuthbert was
saying something which must not be
said that he was about to offer the
shelter of that ancient roof to me. To
me, whose heart could never nest
there, but must be ever on the wing,
a wild bird of passage in the track of
A ship
I sat up with a galvanic start. "Oh
listen didn't you hear something?"
I desperately broke in. For somehow
I must stop him. I didn't want our
nice Jolly friendship spoiled and be besides,
sides, besides, fancy being cooped up on an
island with a man you have ref used I
Especially when all the while you'd be
wanting so to pet and console him
But with his calm doggedness Cuth
bert began again "I was a bit afraid
the old place would have seemed too
quiet and dull to you when the
day was saved and my interruption
strangely justified by a shrill outcry
from the camp. I knew that high fal falsetto
setto falsetto tone. It was the voice of Mr.
Tubbs, but pitched on a key of quite
insane excitement. I sprang up and
ran, Crusoe and the Honorable Cuth Cuthbert
bert Cuthbert at my heels. There in the midst
of the camp Mr. Tubbs stood, the cen center
ter center of a group who were regarding
him with astonished looks. Mr. Shaw
and the captain had left their tinker tinkering.
ing. tinkering. Cookie his saucepans, and Aunt
Jane and Violet had come hurrying
from the hut Among us all stood
Mr. Tubbs with folded arms, looking
round upon the company with an ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary air of complacency and
"What Is it, oh, Jfhat is It, Mr.
Tubbs?" cried Aunt Jape, fluttering
with the consciousness of her propri proprietorship.
etorship. proprietorship. But Mr. Tubbs glanced at her as in indifferently
differently indifferently as a sated turkey-buzzard
at a morsel which has ceased ta tempt
him. :
"Mr. Tubbs." commanded Violet,
-speak explain yourself V
"Come, out with It, Tubbs," advised
Mr. Shaw.
Then the lips of Mr. Tubbs parted,
and from them Issued this solitary
-Eureka I" V
'What? screamed Miss Hlgglesby Hlgglesby-Browne.
Browne. Hlgglesby-Browne. -You have found Itf
Solemnly Mr. Tubbs Inclined his
head. "':
-Eureka I" he repeated. "I have
found ltr
Amidst the exclamations, the ques
tions, the general commotion which
ensued, 1 had room for only one
thought that Mr. Tubbs had aomehow

-Eureka! He Repeated, -I Have
Found It!
of the Island Queen; Indeed; T snduld
have shrieked the words aloud but
for. a providential dumbness that fell
upon me.
-Friends," Mr. Tubbs began, "it hai
been known from the start that there
was a landmark on thl3 little old
Island that would ve any party dis discovering
covering discovering the same a line on that chest
of money right awny. There's been
some that was too high up in the ex exploring
ploring exploring business to waste time looking
for landmarks. Tb?y had rather do
more fancy stunts, where what with
surf, and sharks, and ban gin' up the
boat, thev could make a good show
of gettin' busy. But old Ham Tubbs,
he don't let on to be a hero. Jest a
plain man o' business that's old BL EL
Consequence is, he leaves the other
fellers have the brass band, while he
sets out on the q. t. to run a certain
little clue to earth. And, ladles and
gentlemen, he's ruin it!"
-You have foun3 you have found
the treasure!" shrilled Aunt Jane,
Contrary to hLs bland custom, Mr.
Tubbs frowned at her darkly.
"I said" I found the clue," he cor corrected.
rected. corrected. "Of course, it's the same
thing. Ladies and gentlemen, not to
appear to be a hot-air artist, I will
tell you in a word, that I have located
the tombstone of oae William Halli Halli-welL
welL Halli-welL deceased !"
Of course. Not oace had I thought
of it Bare, stark, glaring up at the
sun, lay the stone carved with the let letters
ters letters and "the cross-bones. Forgetting
in the haste of my departure to re replace
place replace the vines upon the grave, I had
left the stone to about Its secret to
the first comer. And that happened to
be Mr. Tubbs. Happened, I say, for
I knew that he had not had the slight slightest
est slightest notion where to ook for the grave
of Bill Halliwell. This running to
earth of clues was purely an affair of
his own picturesque imagination.
I wondered uneasily what he had
made of the uprooted vines but he
would lay them to the pigs, no doubt
In the countenance of Mr. Tubbs,
flushed and exultant, there was no
suspicion that the secret w'as not all
his own.
Miss Higglesby-Browne had a closed
umbrella beneath ter arm, and she
drew and brandished it like a saber
as she took a long stride forward.
"Mr. Tubbs," she commanded, -lead
But Mr. Tubbs did not lead on. -Oh,
no Indeed," he said. "Old H. H.
wasn't born yesterday. It may have
struck you that to possess the sole and
exclusive knowledge of the where
about a million cr two ratln It
low Is some considerable of an asset
And it's one I ain't got the least idee
of partin1 with unless for inducements
held out."
Aunt Jane gave a faint shriek. 1
had been silently debating what my
wn course should be in the face of
this unexpected development Sud
denly I saw my way quite clear. I
would say nothing. Mr. Tubbs should
reveal his own perfidy. And the cu re
tain should ring down upon the play,
leaving Mr. Tubbs foiled all around.
bereft both of the treasure and of
Aunt Jane.
Little I dreamed what surprises en
suing acts of the play were to hold
for me, or their astounding contrast
with the farce of icy joyous imagina
I took no part In the storm that
raged round Mr. Tubbs. His face
adorned by. a seraphic, buttery smile,
he stood unmoved, while Miss Higgles
by-Browne uttered cyclonic exhorta'
tions and reiroaches, while Aunt Jane
sobbed and said, "Oh, Mr. Tubbs!"
while Mr. Shaw strove to make him
self heard above the din. He did at
least succeed in extracting from the
traitor a definite statement of terms.
These were nothing less than- fifty per
cent of the treasure, secured to him
by a document, sealed and delivered
Into his own hands. To a suggestion
that as he had discovered the all-important
tombstone, so might some one
else, he replied wirji tranquillity that
he thought not, as he had taken pre
cautions against uich an eventuality.
In other words, as I was later to dis
cover, the wily Mr. Tubbs had con
trived to raise the boulder from Its
bed and push it over the cliff Into the
sea, afterward replacing the mass of
vines upon the grave.
sAs to the entrance to the tunnel. It
was apparent to me that Mr. Tubbs
had not yet discovered it. Even If he
had, I am certain that he would have
been no more heroic than myself about
exploring it 'ithough there was no
missing Peter to haunt his Imagina
tlon. But with the grave as a start starting
ing starting point, there could be no question
as to the ultimate discovery of the
I was so eagiir myself to see
the inside of the cave, and to know
whatever It had to reveal of the fate
of Peter, that I was Inclined to wish
Mr. Tubbs success in driving his hard
bargain, especially as it would profit
him nothing In the end. But this sen sentiment
timent sentiment was exclusively my own. On
all hands Indignation greeted the rig rigorous
orous rigorous demands of Mr. Tubbs.. With a
righteous joy I sw; the. Jabrtc cf

Audi "Mantra nrusrous shalen by the
rude blast of reality. For where was
the Tubbs of yesterday the hocey hocey-tongued,
tongued, hocey-tongued, the suave, the anxiously ob obsequious
sequious obsequious Tubbs? Gone, quite gone.
Instead, here was a Tubbs who cocked
his helmet raklsWy, and leered round
upon the company, deaf to the claims
of loyalty, the pleas of friendship, the
voice of tenderness Aunt Jane's.

Manfully Miss Hhrelesbv-Brow.
stormed up and down the beach. She
demanded of Mr. Shaw, of Cuthbert
Vane, of Captain Magnus, earn ni
severally, that Mr. Tubbs be compelled
to disgorge his secret- You saw that
she would not have shrunk from a reg regimen
imen regimen of racks and thumbscrews. But
there were no racks and thumbacrwa
on the island. Of course we could have
Invented various instruments of tortnr
I felt I could have developed some
Ingenuity that way myself but too fa
tally well Mr. Tubbs knew the civil civilized
ized civilized prejudices of those with whom he
had to deal. With perfect Impunity
he could strut about the camp, sure
that no weapons worse than words
would be brought to bear udoq him.
that he would not even be turned
away from the general board to
browse on coconuts in solitude.
Long ago Mr. Shaw had left the
field to Violet and with a curt shrug
had turned his back and stood look
ing out over the cove, stroking his
chin reflectively. Miss Browne's
quence had risen to amazing flights,
and she already had Mr. Tubbs inex
tricably mixed with Ananias and
Sapphira. when the Scotchman broke
In upon her ruthlessly.
-Friends," be said, "so far as I can
fcee we have been put a rood bit ahead
by this morning's work. First, we
Know the grave which should be our
landmark has not been entirely, oblit obliterated
erated obliterated by the Jungle, as I had thought
most likely. Second, we know: that
it Is on this side of the island, for
tae reason that this chan Tubba hasn't
nerve to go much leyond shouting dis distance
tance distance by himself. Third, as Tubbs
has tried this hold-UD business. I be
lieve we should consider the agree agreement
ment agreement by which he was to receive a
sixteenth share null and void, and tie
cide here and now that he gets notb-
-Tubbs and His Tombstone Can Go
to Thunderl1
Jng whatever. Fourth, the boat is
now pretty well to rights, and as soon
as we have a snack Bert and Magnus
and I will set out, in twice as. good
heart as before, having had the story
that brought us here confirmed for
the first time. So Tubbs and bis
tombstone can go to thunder."
"I can. can IV cried' Mr. Tubbs.
"Say, axe you a human iceberg, to talk
that cool before a man's own face?
Say, ril
But Cuthbert Vance broke in.
-Three rousing cheers, old boy I" he
cried to the Scotchman enthusiastic enthusiastically.
ally. enthusiastically. -Always did think that chap
a frightful bounder, don't you know?
We'll stand by old Shaw, won't we,
Magnus?" Which comradely outbreak
showed- the excess of the beautiful
youth's emotions, for usually he
turned a large cold shoulder on the
captain, though managing in some
mysterious manner to be perfectly
civil all the time. Perhaps yoq have
to be bom at High Staunton manor
cr Us equivalent to possess the art of
relegating people to Immense dis distances
tances distances without seeming to administer
even the gentlest ,hove.
But unfortunately the effort of the
Honorable Cuthbert's cordiality was
lost, so far as the object of it was
concerned, because of the surprising
fact, only now remarked 'by any one,
rhnt Captain Magnus had disappeared.
(Continued Tomorrow")

What Does Your Family
Think of You?
The real test of a man's reEgion is how he acts at home. Are
you kind, amiable and sweet in your family circle? Bear ye
one another's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ," is the
teaching of Ouistianity.
We can follow Christ's teachings without going to church,
but we thus deny ourselves many opportunities to help others.
Help the church exert the influence in the community that it
ought. Link your effort with the energies of those who are try trying
ing trying to build up the best things La town, Come to church Sunday.


' t i
....- i' y
c .A Cu
V "1;Sy
. V
1" ';
" -1
" T 1 ; i
tffo$i-- --.

J. Howard Berry, former University of Pennsylvania football star and pen pentathlon
tathlon pentathlon champion has accepted the terms of Hamilton college. Clin urn. N. Y
to become coach of the football team next season.

It might happen that both New York
clubs would run a close second all of
the year.
The Pacific International hopes to
pull through the year, but Its pros prospects
pects prospects are not the brightest
Pitcher Geary of the Seattle club
goes to the Cincinnati Reds in ex exchange
change exchange for three players and $10,000.
Pitcher Carl Williams, who was
sold to Albany by Waterbury, has been
suspended for not reporting to the
Frank Baker, the veteran third
baseman, la getting to be the big boy
with the flail for the Yanks aside from
. e
The Pacific Coast filled up too free freely
ly freely with players sent on from the East
and wishes that it hadn't., New blood
Is needed.
e e
Joe Gleason, whom Billy Smith tried
to be rid of earlier in the season, has
been pitching some remarkable ball
for Shreveport. r
The International league, formerly
the Eastern league, is thirty years
old, and has developed many crack
baseball players.
Jack Perrin, outfielder and a varsity
football man of the. University of
Michigan, has joined the Boston Red
Sox for a tryout.
e e
The veteran Doc Jay Andrews has
resigned as manager of the Huron
team of the Dakota league and Roy
Brown succeeds him.
...What has become of all those finds
of the year, whose monikers were
paraded In type last April? Have
they been lost again?
Dode Paskert playing with Kansas
City under a fat bonus, does not find
the going so easy and has begun to
crab at umpires as an alibi.
Charleston, since Larry Cheney took
the management, has continued to' g
great guns. It ran up 14 straight
wins before a halt was called.
Pitcher Friday, who started In the
Virginia league with Wilson, but was
sent to the Piedmont league, has
Joined the Petersburg Trunkmakers.
The Brooklyn National league club
Is In the peculiar position of working
with both Memphis and New Orleans,
rivals for the Southern league pen pennant.
nant. pennant. ...'
The Detroit Huh. always on the
look for Infielders, has purchased Jack
Tavener, the midget shortstop of the
Columbia club of the. South Atlantic

It has been a rule in baseball
that the pitchers get the better
of the batsmen in the end. It
has always been so and is likely
.to be so again. Handicaps have
been imposed upon the pitchers,
again and again, but they finally
overcame them. Note the great
number cf .300 hitters nearly 20
years ago, when the pitcher's
-box was put back to W feet from
the plate and then see how the
.300 hitters began to diminish in
succeeding years.

Jock Hutchison, Chicago Professional
Made His Prophecy Come True
at St. Andrew.
Jock Hutchison, Chicago profession professional,
al, professional, who won the British open goll
tournament, is more of a hero thar
the tourney stories indicate.
Jock, like most Scots, doesnt talk
much. But what he says, lie means
urn N,w,0per tTnor J
Jock Hutchison.
At the Florida open golf tournament
'ast winter Jock was asked how he
tifured America's chances to cop the
British open.
"We'll do it," he answered quietly.
At St Andrews every other Ameri American
can American contender wnt out early. Jock,
battling alone, turned a rout Into a
glorious victory, made his prophecy
come true by his own efforts, and
earned the thanks of the nation.
In Winning Senior Single Sculls
Hilton Belyea Made New Record
for Mile and Half.
.Hilton A. Belyea of St John, N. B.,
'Is a rowing, champion at 40.
He won the New England amateur
senior single championship recent recent-Iv.
Iv. recent-Iv. His time of 8 minutes and 36 sec
onds was a new sectionah record for
the mile and a half.
Rowers, like wrestlers, seem to im improve
prove improve with age. It Is a sport which de develops
velops develops them continually.
Their muscles keep on developing
and their strength inn-eases.
And they do not burn out as
quickly as fighters or baseball players.
Meaning of Dream of Venison.
To dream cf venison Indicates that
the dreamer will be surprised by hear hearing
ing hearing from a long-absent friend a com communication
munication communication of a pleasing and gratify gratifying
ing gratifying nature.
A Mountain of Salt.
Nevada contains a mountain of sa!t,
pure, solid and transparent la t.s
early days, when the Mormons bad to
jrely solely on their own resources, tLey
j used Cakes from the mountain for
J window panes instead cf glais.


Fraternal Order

Marion-Dunn Lode No, 13, F. A.
if., metis cn tie first an-i th!rS
thumiiy cf each north &t
5 o'clock until farther notice.
J. R. Dey, W. II.
B. L Adams, Secretary.
Oca! a Chapter No. 22, O. E. C-
Keets at the llasccic hall the se-c;:;i
acd fourth Thursday of e&ch at S o'clock.
ilrs. Eosalie Ccndon, W. 11.
Mrs. Sasan Cock. Secretary.
Tulula Led e No. 22. I. O. O. I,
meets every Tuesday eveninsr at S
o'clock at the Odd Fellows tall in ths
third story cf the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended ta
nsiting brothers.
F. TT. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
(Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventicns
held every Monday evening at 7:3
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to viaiiin-x brothers.
W. Rika, C. C.
Chas. K. Sase. K. cf R. & S
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O. 31
Ocala Lod?e No. 2S6, Eer.evolor.t
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lode rooms
upstairs over Troxler's tr.d the Book
Shop, 113 Main street. j
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. Mn on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 v. m.
II. S. TVessbn, H. P.
B, L. Adams, Secretary.
Fort Eingr Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit-
mo; sovereigns are always welcome.
II. B. Eaxter, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
AltKlVAL and departure
Seaboard Air Line
rrive from Jacksonville..
:10 a.
:15 a.
55 p.
51 p.
;C5 p.
:14 a.
:15 a.
:35 p.
;55 p.
17 p.
:34 a.
"7 a.
55 a.
-eave for Tampa
Arrive from Jacksonville.,
.eave for Tampa
Arrive from Jacksonville,.
jeave for Tampa
Arrive from, Tampa.
.leave for Jacksonville....
Arrive from Tampa
jeave for Jacksonville. .
Arrive from Tampa.......
-eave for Jacksonville....
Arrive from New York....
.leave for St. Petersburg.
Arrive from St. Petersburg:
jeave for New York.
CO a.
Atlantic Coast Line
rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:
31 a.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2
rrive from Jacksonville.. 3
weave for St. Petersburg.. 3
Vrrive from Jacksonville.. 10
eave for Leesburg ..10
4rrive from St. Petersburg 2
:13 p.
-jeave for. Jacksonville. ..
Arrive from St. Petersburg
eave for Jacksonville....
Airive from Leesburg ....
Leave for Jacksonville....
Arrive from Ilomosasaa. .
Leave for Uomosassa
:27 a.
45 d.
:42 a.
.25 p.
:50 a.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. .. .11
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7
45 p ra.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday II
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
:u3 p.
Wednesday and Friday.. 7
Arrive from Wilcos., Monday-
Wednesday. Friday. 6
:10 a.
Under and by virtue of the flaal de decree
cree decree rendered in that certain causa
wherein J. M. McDuSie is complainant,
and Samuel Z. Ring is defendant, fcy
the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judsre
of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion county, in chancery,
of date 7th day of July, I will cTer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the south dor
of the court house in the city of Oca la,
Marion county, Florida, within the
legal hours of sale, on
Monday, the 5th day of Septembf r,
A. D. 1921
the following- described tx-rsonsl
property in Marion coursty, Florida,
One bay horse named Prince about
six years old; one single horse Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker wagon bought of Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay;
Kay; Mac-Kay; three hogs, marked smooth crop
in each ear, two splits in each ear,
underbit in each ear, or so much there thereof
of thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said
finai decree and costs of suit,
D. Kiel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-5t-Fri
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
tnih a dollar's worth cf other gro gro-ries
ries gro-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Phone 377.
wky-tf IL B. WniTT INGT0N.
Positive Sources.
The positive force of writing cr cf
rpeecb must corae frem pos'.tira
lources ardor, energy, depth of f?cl f?cl-tg
tg f?cl-tg or" of thought. Hlggiascn.
Find Pleasure In Doing Cot.
Great minds, like heaven, ar
pleased la doing good, though t.e ua ua-grateful
grateful ua-grateful subjects of their favors ra
barren Ln return Howe.
Msr TT s Cram?sia.
It t&ke rr.ora t.aa g?t. roars
(ntv-r? t rstke a Utsrfcft

4 a

v . -










Children Under 12, 10c
Adults 20c

nnn i nnnnnnirimrnl

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

Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Johnson and
daughter, Lucy, returned to their
home in Palatka today sifter a few
days visit in the city.



Get your fresh frui carrots and
beets from the Victory Fruit Store,
next to gas office. Phone E76. 19-3t

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

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-27.
Mrs. Robert Ballard of Los Ange Angeles,
les, Angeles, arrived m the city yterday for
a seevral months' visit wti;h her cous cousin.
in. cousin. iMrs. Harris McAteer.


mti: kpUb 3

. -'tan Tiir

: :

But the


Florida and Wsteern
vt Complete line of Quality Groceries
including the famous "Oversea"

Get your fresh, fruit, carrots and
beets from the Victory Fruit Store,
next to gas office. Phone 576. 19-3t

The Ocala Pirates will play the Oak

junior team tomorrow atfernoon at 4
o'clock at Hunter Park., Admission,
10 and 20 cents. These are lively and
well 'played games and always enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by those who witness them.


Electra, Aug. 18. Mr. Alva Bar Barber
ber Barber who spent last week in our little
town, has returned to Eagle Lake,
where he will continue his work.


The above reward will be paid for
information leading to the srrest and
conviction of the party or parties im implicated
plicated implicated in the attack upon James

Mr. Charles Mock came across a Smith at his home, August 8th, 1921.

imuniuuc iiuuuji nunc iiitt-

Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. '23-lm

8 yds. 27-in. Shirting $1 FISHEL'S.

Mr. John Cook has returned home
from a visit with .relatives at' West
Palm Beach.

One Stearns-Rnight "8," first class
condition, cord tires all around; seven
passenger. B. F. Condon. 16-7t

ing hay for Mr. J. C. Pillans and cut

the snake's head off with the mower.

The snake had seven rattles and a

We are glad to report that Mrs.

Tobe Caldwell, who has been serious-

7 ill for the past ten days, is able to

be up and around again.

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Miss Vida Skipper of Zolfo, is a

guest at the home of Mrs. Robert



Little Miss Elizabeth Cook has re returned
turned returned to her home at Fort McCoy
atfer a. week's visit in the city, a
guest at the home of her grandfather,
Mr. J. V. Tarver.

Apple jelly this week only, 8c. per
glass or two for 15c., t& Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. Phones 162 and 377. 3t

, DOLLAR WEEK at Fjshel's. 20-27.
Miss Maybelle McAteer is at Island
Grove visiting relatives for a few


Get your fresh fruit, carrots and
beets from the Victory. Fruit Store;
next to gas office. Phone 576. 19-3t

One Hupmobile roadster, model 20,
first class condition, $75. B. F. Con Condon.
don. Condon. 16-7t

FIRE 0"cfr
PROOF 53? b puSi

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued



tn otton. Automobiles. Etc
Phone 296

In the heart of the city with Hemminir 1'ark for a, front ynrd
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service

second to non

lib BERT rl. MEYER,


To Your Measure
I am now showing an at attractive
tractive attractive line of blue and black
serges, also Tropical worsteds
and Scotch tweeds, Flannels,
Venetians and various other
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall


Everything in the Building linej
My Work is Guaranteed
The Stucco Men" 'Phone 526
Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252

For; Fall Planting
We are Receiving New
Crop Seeds Daily
Pfccme 435

Day Phone 47. Night i'hone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
. .
.G. B. Overton, Mgr.

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




Geo. MacKay 2 Co.
Ocala, Fla.


Bring us your.
and Aufo Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed


Ocklawaha Ave.
& Orange St.

Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
rnrttmctor in the city.

C. Cecil Bryant I


Gary Block. Over 10c Store

Have you tried Norris Variety can candies
dies candies at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t


Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lucas left this
afternoon for a two weeks visit in
New York city.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main

Street Market. 11-tf

6 yds Good Ginghams $1 FISHEL'S

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's 20-27.

The Y. W. A. of the Baptist church
will not meet tonight, but the meet meeting
ing meeting will be held Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock at the church. This is a

special meeting and all church mem members
bers members are urged to be present.

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

Gene Stratton Porter's new book
at-THE BOOK SHOP.- 18-3t

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-27.
Mr. G. Fred Turner of Gaiter, was
among the Star's pleasant callers yes" yes"-terday.
terday. yes"-terday. He has just returned from
Gainesville, where he completed his
examination as a teacher. He will be
one of 'the teachers in the Dunnellon
high school this year, and will also
have charge of the transportation of
the pupils of the Gaiter section to
that school.

new book by Gene Stratton Porter, on
sale today at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Offiqe over 5 and 10 cent store.

Ocala, Fla.


DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-27.

The new Methodist church building
will have by far the largest seating
capacity of .any in the city when com


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

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's, 20-27.

The Star is the best advertising
medium in the world for Ocala merch


Seedless raisins, 15-ounce package,
a few days only for 27c. H. B. Whit Whit-tington.
tington. Whit-tington. Phones 162 and 377. 3t
One Saxon Six Speedster, $275. B.
F. Condon. 16-7t

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-27.

Opportunity is the best little
knocker yod ever saw, and all this
gush about only one "knock" at every
man's door is bunk. Opportunity is
busy all the time.
One Buick Six touring var. quick
sale for $350. B. F. Condon. 16-7t

One dozen Jergen's 10-cent size

toilet soap for 85 cents at the Court

Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-t

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-27.

Jergen's toilet soap 85c per dozen

at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t

Mrs. Welsh Wheeler left today for

her home in Miami after some time

spent in the city at the home of her

sister, Mrs. J. R. Dewey. Mrs. Wheel

er will be joined in Miami by her

father, Mr. J. H. Welsh.

Now is the time to sow a number

of the 'flower seeds for fall planting

We can supply you from a FRESH
stock just in. Bitting & Phillips,

west side of square. Phone 424. 18-tf

: (
5 yds. 40-in. VOILE $1 FISHEL'S

Mr. Smedley and daughters, Misses
Mayme and Thelma are now making

their home in the house recently va

cated by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blalock,

on Tuscawilla street.

There's no extra charge for clean-

ing your fish at the City Fish Market
Phone 15R. tf


Miss Luvylee Schoeflin of Tampa,
who has been the guest of Miss Ruth
Simmons for the past two weeks, will
return home Sunday afternoon. She

will be accompanied by M'ss Sim
mons, who will be her guest for sev
eral weeks.

"Have you any reference books on
Napoleon Bonaparte," asked Uie timid
old lady In a public library.
"Thousands of them, madam." re replied
plied replied the librarian, proudly. Vhat
particular, phase of the Great Corsi Corsi-can's
can's Corsi-can's career do you wish to study T
1 I don't suppose you'd call it a phase
of his career, and I'm sure I won't
have to study thousands of books, but

I would like to know why he is so I i

with hl arms folded." i X


The identity of the informant will not
be made public.
Florida C. Smith (wife),
tf Martin D. Smith (brother).

In excellent condition Tires
almost new, at
Murphy Motor Co.



FOR P.ENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences. Apply to
C. V. Roberts. 213 West Broadway,
or phone 305. 16-6t

WANTED Family sewing 4 work
neatly done. Prices reasonable.
Phone 182. Mrs. Wood and Mrs.
Darling. 10-tf

- 1 II --1 f

. 1

FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. Private entrance-
Apply C. C Bryant, SO 5
Tuscawilla St. 29-tf

often pictured with his arms folded."

Besidt the Stream.
"A boy with a bent pin and a piece

of string will catch more fish than a ;

man with a fancy outfit, remarked f ?
the affable sportsman.
"I have heard so," replied the small
boy whose luck had been bad. "But



you can't believe most of the fish
stories these cityfellers make up."

Seven Count 'Em.
A correspondent. J. M., sends us a
usable little joke, quite all right to the
eye, though perhaps not so good to
the ear. It U this:
"Miss Daycollete turned her back on
The vertebrazen thing !"

Not Very Deep.
He (calling) Heading poetry are
She Yes, I'm wading through Ten Tennyson.
nyson. Tennyson. He (glancing at page) Ah! And
you've Just got to the middle of The
Brook.' H

Ha" an easy mark."
"Yea. Everybody can get money
out of him except hla wife."

He went to see the dentist
The picture cf despair.
But came back smiling broadly
The dentist wasn't there.

Tlis iKautitul LtfHl white stoiit
tliaft, the work of M. Maenm.
French sculptor, wnj recently unveiled
In the .'aniens of the Palais Uoyal.
Paris. It stands as a tribute to Itiu-America.

Paid Attention.
"1 can't stand tfi "i-;!on ighed
he convict as ihe ie-irli- i lunr enl-

fcd hl earthly rv- S un.-,. and


HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
to do your moving, long or short
ditsance. Also let me attend to moT.
ing baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrey, phone 434. 4-tf
STOLEN From Candler. Fla, tele tele-graph
graph tele-graph office, one Hampton watch,
special railway, 23. jewels. No.
12S0Go5, in open face case Dube.r
special No. 5667097. I dont want
the watch, but I do want the thief.
Address C. W. Quick, Candler, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 9-i 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,
Fla. 8,5-tf

long distance hauling on short no notice.
tice. notice. Residence phone 169; oSce
phone 117. 15-tf

SHOP. 3t

The Cook Want.
New Cook Yes. ma'am. I noi olj
wants to ue the front door when I
come In. but I wants you to mrrap
your feet when you come In the baefc
way. Boston Globe.

5 pairs Child's Hose SI FISHEL'S.

This is a Studebaker year.


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

Bakery. 15-tf

Three yards VOILE $1 FISHEL'S.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Eaton of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, are receiving the congratulations

of their friend upon the arrival of a
daughter, born this morning at their
home. The little lady has been given

the name of Vivien, in honor of Mrs.
Eaton's sister, Mrs. H. W. Tucker of

this city.

There are sixteen kinds of candy in
Norris' Vanity boxes, the most popu popular
lar popular package we handle. In one, two
and three-pound packages. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-6t
Dollar Week Aug. 20-27. FISHEL'S

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughters, Misses" Stella, Nina, Nettie
and Carita Camp leave tomorrow aft aft-eernoon
eernoon aft-eernoon for Asheville, N. C. where
they will spend a month.
A GOOD CAP for $1.00 FISHEL'S.

A Sinister Motive.

Mr. Neighbors Why don't you con-;

really the matter with you he'll cure
you inside of a month. Yonr wile will
pay the bill.
Mr. Neversweat Yeah! Tm on to
her. She wants to get me nied up so
I'll have to get a job.


?orli ccioiinios


OVFRAI T est Indigo" Denim; roomy and
V V C-lVrAL-L- comfortable; -with double-stitched
seams that will not rip ; wide suspenders.

fjrWOJT With new im im-WfERAll
WfERAll im-WfERAll : proved drop-seat,
K easuyandqnickly
let down; buttons eoneealed and so
placed as not to touch the body. Most
comfortable one-piece work garment

ever made,

PANTS: Closel y wot a
natarialt in nest aerrievabi
patterns; Kood-fiutns and Jont
wearing. Ask jonr daniar for
"Panama" Garment- sold nnder
iroa-t lad gnarantea. Lmok lot
the trade-mark.
Khn Mfg. Co, Mobile, Ala.


if .t

9 15


k r'-

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hendricks and
family left this morning for Georgia,
where they will visit, relatives for a
few weeks.

y:'-'.: j1, j &lLuiiiUJbumimiu '' j

Mr. A. T. Thomas is expetced home
August 27th after a month's stay in
North Carolina overseeing his several

Now is the time to sow many of the
flower seeds for early fall, and our
new supply is here. Bitting & Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, druggists and seedsmen. Phone
424. West side of square. 18-tf

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

DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-27.

Miss Ernestine Brooks has return returned
ed returned home from a pleasant visit with.

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
Dr. Clifford Ayer and his guest, Dr.
North of Atlanta, are at Lake Weir,
enjoying a fishing trip.

with Q! Patfife &teisfe
Every one has a right to a beautiful home, and
almost any home can be made beautiful with the
proper application of COOLEDGE HYGPADE
Paints and Varnishes.

One Buick Six roadster, $550.
F. Condon. 16-7t


The Star office received a card this
morning from Mr. Karl Weflie, saying
he is enjoying his vacation and had
visited the capitol in Richmond and
other points of interest such as Lee's
and Jefferson's residences, etc Before
leaving Newport News, where he is
visiting his brother, Mr. Fred Weihe,
Dr. Weihe will visit Yorkstown, Will Williamsburg,
iamsburg, Williamsburg, Jamestown and other his-

OH House Paint
C-Il Hanae Paints are made from
a formula vhkh zcaid vest has
prov en best for the Southern Qi Qi-Exotc
Exotc Qi-Exotc Ask your oainre' 'it knows
the CH line.

Distinctive interiors are easily attained through the
artistic effect of the painted wall. COOLEDGE HY HY-GRADE
GRADE HY-GRADE Flat Wall Paint produces a velvet-like finish
that gives a room, an atmosphere of qt-'ct refinement.
trv t vva mm

Witn Krtx Alkanet Varnish btam you cz secure an. ex-
quisite finish in. the rich, rare coloi-s of natural woods, for
your rurniture, floors and woodwork. Easy to use, colors TnnMrCO,I
and varnishes in one application. Waterproof, heclproof KAY & lUUitiioUll
andscarproof. OCALA, FLORIDA
o4m mttrmJm hoaUeU "TW Uottte Acrmt the Way," iUmiraU--, the value
mfpmmt kwwtmy im the kmmt. AA yomr dealer or write us far fret copy.

V1? J'V j-i V i J ivy t y l..

Paints- and Varnishes




Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
fcla fda yes
!-- Ocala evening star ( Newspaper ) --
METS:mets OBJID UF00075908_05967
xmlns:METS http:www.loc.govMETS
xmlns:xlink http:www.w3.org1999xlink
xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance
xmlns:daitss http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss
xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3
xmlns:sobekcm http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcm
xmlns:gml http:www.opengis.netgml
xmlns:lom http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcm_lom
METS:name UF,University of Florida
Go UFDC FDA Preparation Tool
METS:dmdSec DMD1
mods:accessCondition This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
mods:genre authority marcgt newspaper
sobekcm newspaper
mods:identifier type OCLC 11319113
LCCN sn 84027621
sn 84027621
mods:languageTerm text English
code iso639-2b eng
mods:physicalLocation University of Florida
mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
mods:publisher Porter & Harding
mods:placeTerm marccountry flu
mods:dateIssued August 19, 1921
marc point start 1895
end 1943
mods:frequency Daily (except Sunday)
marcfrequency daily
normalized irregular
mods:recordIdentifier source UF00075908_05967
mods:recordCreationDate 841027
mods:recordOrigin Imported from (OCLC)11319113
mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
marcorg NPU
mods:relatedItem original
mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:detail Enum1
mods:caption 1921
mods:number 1921
lccn 84027622
oclc 11319138
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
mods:state Florida
mods:county Marion
mods:city Ocala
mods:nonSort The
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
alternative displayLabel Other title
Evening star
mods:typeOfResource text
sobekcm:Aggregation FDNL1
sobekcm:MainThumbnail 0006thm.jpg
sobekcm:Wordmark UFPKY
sobekcm:BibID UF00075908
sobekcm:VID 05967
sobekcm:EncodingLevel #
sobekcm:Name Porter & Harding
sobekcm:PlaceTerm Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
sobekcm:statement UF University of Florida
sobekcm:SortDate 693595
sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1921 1921
2 8 August
3 19 19
GML Geographic Markup Language
gml:Point label Place of Publication
gml:Coordinates 29.187778,-82.130556
DAITSS Archiving Information
File Technical Details
METS:fileGrp USE reference
METS:file GROUPID G1 JP21 imagejp2 CHECKSUM 218142c7d871412ee5047d54ed50b15a CHECKSUMTYPE MD5 SIZE 7836143
G2 JP22 3c5e894b54e35d567fee894485f1114f 7689208
G3 JP23 7e3f87f6d82d5db9120f7de7c95a7fa5 7775135
G4 JP24 3b9262aa9378eb54b66971e96b979e33 7756431
TIF1 imagetiff c3f5a3f08d85da5c7a96cbe41ae279aa 62671091
TIF2 c6f18c59d71da33eea97f13b74339f0b 61495767
TIF3 abcfbf57b91bdf4197fbb2ffd7b37e5a 62165472
TIF4 fd87e450f465b0fef69080a875311d73 62024643
TXT1 textplain 73ac003ff317676d9cb53145edc4e199 30238
TXT2 4384bfa6d63721a1bf3ca94b15f48c3f 20840
TXT3 7c0a53f6fef1dce4ddbf29ac9428e50b 32674
TXT4 d4e780d0952346d03fea81587d156ab1 17700
ALTO1 unknownx-alto 915787361da6316bbd67a7fb855fc239 931048
ALTO2 794677035068e8dd14a844298f2bc405 693766
ALTO3 1a70721f683e18e38b79a9969e69bc7c 1038292
ALTO4 62b33241da0f7aa74ed5dd5b9822e9af 586347
METS1 unknownx-mets 025ce279ad3c36d501667dd75c60cded 9858
METS:structMap STRUCT1 physical
PDIV1 Main
PAGE1 Page
STRUCT2 other