The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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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

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.WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight, probably showers in extreme south portion; Wednesday local showers.
TEMPERATURES This morning:, 73; this afternoon, 3.
NO. 199
QtnncTflnu ihipi



Cultivators of the Soil Will be Here
Tomorrow Morning for a Three Three-Days
Days Three-Days Convention
The Florida division of the Farmers'
Union, will, open a three days' meet meeting
ing meeting here tomorrow morning at 9:30 in
the court house. Many of the dele delegates
gates delegates to the convention are expected
to arrive on the afternoon trains to today.
day. today. Headquarters of the convention
will be in the lobby of the Ocala
House, where the delegates are ex expected
pected expected to register upon arrival in the
city. Committees t from the county
farmers' ufiion and the Marion County
Board of Trade will welcome the
farmers from other sections of ', th
state." It is expected that sjxty dele delegates
gates delegates will be present from all over
Florida. -,
Tomorrow afternoon the visiting
(delegates will be driven ; to Silver
Springs in automobiles and, taken
down the run for a boat ride, after
which as basket picnic will be served
at the head of the springs. The auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles will leave the Ocala House at
2:30 o'clock. This feature of the con convention
vention convention has been arranged for by a
joint committee of the Marion County
Board of Trade and the Farmers'
Union. The Rotary Club "will co cooperate
operate cooperate with these two organizations
in the entertainment of the visitors.
. Tomorrow's program is as follows:
9:30 a. m. Meeting called to order
by President J. L. Shephard.
Address of welcome on behalf of the
city by Col. R. F. Rogers.
Weelcome address of Marion Coun County
ty County Farmers' Union by H. L. Shearer.
Response to welcome addresses by
O. L. Mizell. '
Address, "The part the Farmers'
Union has played in national legisla legislation
tion legislation from its birth until now and its
aims for the future" C. S. Barnett.t
"1921 Problems of the Florida Far Farmer"
mer" Farmer" W. E. Jenkins.
"The Women's Part in Farm Organ Organizations'Miss
izations'Miss Organizations'Miss Agnes I. Webster.
"The Part the Farmers'' Union has
played in the fight for better farming
in Florida" C. K. McQuarrie.
"What the Farmers' Union has done
in my community and how it did it"
J. E. Turlington. y
'"The price the unorganized farmers
pay for their folly" J. II. Finch,
; "What the Farmers' Union has been
worth to Gadsden county" W. H.
"Why Holmes county needs the
Farmers' 'Union" J. V. Ross.
v "The relation of farm organization
to. demonstration work" J. J. Sech Sech-rest.
rest. Sech-rest. : ...
"Should the American farmer take
an interest in legislation?" H.- N.
, Lewis. '"
"Co-operative selling of farm pro products"
ducts" products" H. P. Peterson.
Why all state agricultural organi organizations
zations organizations should federate" C. H. yfil
loughby. .'
Executive session for appointment
of committees:
2 p. m. Lunch.
3 p. m. Entertainment by Marion
.County Board of Trade and Marion
County Farmers' Union, with sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing trip to Silver Springs.

, (Associated Press)
Macon, Aug. 23. City and county
convicts today began digging into the
ruins of the Brown House here, where
it is believed at leave twelve persons
last their lives in the fire that destroy destroyed
ed destroyed the building early yesterday. The
ruins have cooled considerably and
the search is proceeding so rapidly it
is believed that by late today the ex exact
act exact life toll will be determined. At
the hospital where eight of the injur injured
ed injured persons are being treated, it was
said today all will recover. The list
of known dead still stood at four at
10 o'cloc kthis morning.
v 1

Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 23rd, and
pasting until Saturday, Aug. 27th, I
,ivill make any style' photograph at
half the regular price that I have
been charging. I am making these
prices in order to work up the mate-
' rial which I have on hand as I expect
to leave Ocala about Sept. 1st to be
away for some-time. I trust that my
friends and" customers will take ad advantage
vantage advantage of these prices and come to
see me this week. Yours truly,

Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
and State Troops Officers Trying to
Have National Rifle Matches Held
at Black Point.
(Associated Press J
Jacksonville, Aug. 23. Officials of
the chamber of commerce and other
organizations are meeting with Adju Adjutant
tant Adjutant General Lovell and other Nation National
al National Guard officers here today to plan the
campaign to attempt to have the na national
tional national rifle matches held at the state
rifle range at Black Point next year.
The state matches at the range for
the Taliaferro trophy were resumed
this morning with the team from Com Company
pany Company C of West Palm Beach, in the
lead. The firing today, however, is
over the 600 and 1000-yard ranges,
which is the most difficult ,of course,
and several upsets are expected.

(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 23. Veterans'
difficulties in obtaining government
aid are expected to be greatly mini minimized
mized minimized by the consolidation of all gov governmental
ernmental governmental agencies administering
soldier relief under one head the
veterans' bureau. That is what Col.
Charles R. Forbes, of Seattle, direc director
tor director of the bureau,' promises. The day
of dual responsibility, of divided au authority
thority authority in the government's dealings
with former service men is ended, he
says, and troubles of long standing
among the veterans will rapidly dis disappear.
appear. disappear.
Responsibility of adjusting claims,
attending to medical neds and of edu educating
cating educating disabled veterans, is definitely
fixed under the law creating the vet veterans'
erans' veterans' bureau. It rests -squarely upon
the director, rather than between the
war risk insurance bureau, the federal
board' for vocational training and the
public health service, the three agen agencies,
cies, agencies, that formerly administered aid
The problem of providing medical
facilities, including hospitals, is re regarded
garded regarded as the most difficult of all
those coming within the jurisdiction
of the bureau. Plans already are un
der way for its solution. Theureau
announces that the $18,000,000 appro appropriation
priation appropriation for hospital construction will
be supplemented by use of authority
given the directory to enter into con contracts
tracts contracts with state, municipal and pri private
vate private hospitals for the immediate ac accommodation
commodation accommodation of veterans in need of
hospital care. The announcement says
hat 6800 new beds will be placed in
use for soldier patients by January
next year.
Other duties of the director include
inspection of all hospitals having sol soldier
dier soldier patients, guardianship of-26,630
war risk patients now being cared for
in 800' private -and 90 government
hospitals, command of all public
health service doctors and nurses en engaged
gaged engaged in soldier rehabilitation work,
education of men whose earning ca capacity
pacity capacity was impaired by service and
who must be taught new means of
support, administration of an insur insurance
ance insurance business with 651,054 active and
397..890 terra policies with 3 computed
value of $2,980,660,235, and the aver average
age average $1,000,000 a day expenditure by
the government in meeting the com compensation"
pensation" compensation" and insurance claims and
which are increasing at the rate -of
800 claims a day.
(Associated Press)
' Minneapolis, Aug. 23. The ques question
tion question of whether gaining the vote
makers a woman liable .to pay alimony
is under consideration by Judge Jel Jel-ley
ley Jel-ley in the county district court here
today, in connection with the suit
brought by Benjamin Liss against his
wife for support and alimony. He was
stricken with paralysis two years ago.
Liss said his wife sold their common
property and refused tqsupport frim,
from the proceeds.
Tuesday, August 23, Leesburg n
Thursday, August 25, Gainesville in
Tuesday, August 30, open.
, Thursday, Sept. 1, open.
Friday, Sept, 2, open. .-
Monday, Sept. 5, Leesburg, town to
be decided "by toss of coin.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, open.
Thursday, Sept. 8. open.

New York and Cleveland Meet for
First of a Three-Game Contest on
the Latters Diamond Today

- (Associated Press)
Cleveland, Aug. 23. The "New York"
Yankees and Cleveland Indians open
a three-game series here today, the
last of the season between the two
clubs, on the-Jocal grounds, which will
have an important bearing on the
American League pennant race. The
Indians are leading New York by one
game and a half. The two clubs have
played fifteen games this summer to
date, of which New York has won
(Associated Press)
Birmingham, Aug. 23. Prosecuting
attorneys in the case of Rev. Edwin
Stephenson, charged with murder in
connection with the death of Father
James Coyle. a Catholic priest, made
no e:Bort today to-conceal the plans of
the state to obtain an indictment by
the grand jury before 2 p. m., the hour
set for the preliminary hearing. The
grand jury started its inquiry at 9
o'clock; An indictment would auto automatically
matically automatically prevent preliminary exami examination.
nation. examination. 1
(Associated Press) j
Washington, Aug. 23. The ship shipping
ping shipping board -deficiency appropriation
bill, carrying $48,500,000 for use by
the board this year and with the elim elimination
ination elimination of all-restrictions as to what
salaries might be paid officers and
counsel, was gassed today Jay jthe Sen Senate.'
ate.' Senate.' ""Vt;
(Associated Press)
Jeffersonville, Ind., Aug. 23. Offi Officers
cers Officers from Sullivan, Ind., reachejd the
state reformatory here today with
three negroes whom they rescued
from a" mob at Sullivan last night. The
prisoners are charged with attempting
assaults upon three white wonwn.
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 23. Because of
the opposition of Senator Lodge, one
of the delegates to the disarmament
conference," Senator Harrison, demo democrat,
crat, democrat, of'Mississippi, today withdrew
his amendment directing the Ameri American
can American delegation .to demand open ses sessions.
sions. sessions. Harrison declared, however, he
would bring up the matter again in a
septate resolution.
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 23. The rail railroads
roads railroads of Florida filed a petition with
the Interstate Commerce Commission
today, asking for a rehearing of the
case in which the commission held
that certain rates and charges on
fruits and vegetables under refrig refrigeration
eration refrigeration from that state were unreas unreasonable.
onable. unreasonable. POULTRY PROFITABLE
(Associated Pres-s)
Gainesville, Aug. 23. Myrtie Mae
Snell. a club girl of Bartow, made a
net profit of $366.97 on poultry dur during
ing during the first six months of the year,
according to a report by the home
demonstration agent for Polk county.
Beginning with a flock of thirty-six
hens her gross receipts were $589.70,
while her, expenditures were only
$222.73. Miss Snell said her ehicks
all were hatched under hens and that
the eggs were from the thiry-six old
birds, except-two' settings of thirty
which she purchased.
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
Among the good things at the Fort
King Confectionery are beans, okra,
celeiy, cantaloupes, cauliflower avo avocado
cado avocado pears, apples, pineapples, grapes
and pears. 22-3t

Dirigible ZR-2, with American Officers
Aboard, Began Maneuvering
this Morning

(Associated Pres)
Howden, England, Aug. 23. The
dirigible ZR-2, purchased from Great
Britain by the United States, com commenced
menced commenced her trial trip this morning.
British and American aeriaj officers
are in charge. It was intended that
today's flight would be the final'test
of the great airship before the Amer American
ican American crew formally takes charge.
Ten-Story Structure Will be" Erected
at the Corner of Hogan and
Adams Streets
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Aug. 23. The old
Keene residence, a two-story frame
building at the' corner of Hogan and
Adams streets here, which for years
has stood in marked contrast to the
more pretentious structures in tne
heart of the business section, has final finally
ly finally given way to the march of pro progress.
gress. progress. Wrecking of the building
marked the passing of the last frame
structure in the city's business sec section.
tion. section.
Just what will supplant the quaint
little- dwelling has not yet been deter determined.
mined. determined. The Akers-Cody Company of
Atlanta,' Ga., which has a lease on the
property for 50 years, has awarded
the contract for the foundation of a
10-story modern hotel. Tentative
plans, however, call for the erection
of a 'five-story building at present
with a view to enlarging it later. In
the meantime other interests have
madeovertures and it is not unlikely
that a ten-story building will become
the final decision.
The property was first acquired) ac according
cording according to, the file of local newspa newspapers
pers newspapers which at the time heralded a big
real estate deal, by. O. L. Keene, for
$8000 in 1891. Thispioneer citizen
shortly afterwards erected the small
dwelling, in which he and his wife
lived until their deaths several years
later. The property again came into
prominence in real estate circles in
1901 when it was purchased by Dodge
and Cullens for $20,000, The same
year the two-story dwelling was the
only frame structure in the city to
escape the fire which laid the city 'in
waste. The raging flames were
wafted around the building on an ec eccentric
centric eccentric gust of wind, just as they be became
came became threatening.
The present value, of the property
is unavailable, but it is understood
that the annual rental is approxi approximately
mately approximately $10,000. In recent years the
building has been occupied as a
dwelling on its upper floors while the
lower space has at various times
housed pressing clubs, quick-lunch
counters and the like.
One of the greatest aims of the
American Legion is to upbuild the
community, to cherish democracy and
comradeship. Its ideals are one hun hundred
dred hundred per cent' Americanism. It en endeavors
deavors endeavors to always ptu forth its en energies
ergies energies for the betterment of the com community.
munity. community. ; With this aim in view, our
local post desires the co-operation of
the churches in Ocala and the other
civic organizations in all worthy
causes of enterprises we may under undertake.
take. undertake. May I ask all churches to hold their
prayermeeting one half hour earlies
on Wednesday, August 31st, so that
those attending prayermeeting may
have the opportunity of attending
later the motion picture, "Flashes of
Action,'' which the legion post has
secured for that date.
JThis picture teaches a great lesson.
It brings home to those who could not
witness the conflict what var really
is in its terrible reality. It is a great
sermon throughout the entire scenes.
S incerely yours,
C. W. JMoremen,
Post Commander.
' Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. 11-tf
One f dozen Jergen's 10-cent size
toilet soap for 85 cents at the Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-t
Come to FISHEL'S Dollar Week.

The Treaty Between America and
Germany Will Not be Long
Coming Into Effect

(Associated Press)
Berlin, Aug. 23. Final instruc instructions
tions instructions relative to the peace treaty be
tween the United States and Germany
have been received from Secretary of
State Hughes by Ellis Drexel, United
States commissioner here, and the
treaty now awaits signature by the
German government. It is expected
the document will be signed within the
next few days at a special meeting of
the cabinet which will be attended by
President Ebert.
(Associated Press)
Sanford, Aug. .23. The Sanford
chamber of commerce is organizing a
campaign to induce business men to
ship by water and expects to enlist the
co-operation of all neighboring cities
and towns, especially those on the' St.
Johns river. The organization has
been promised the support of a river
steamboat line and after a meeting
here in the near future workers will
canvass the surrounding territory in
an effort to induce shippers to adopt
the plan.
(Associated Press)
Oldsmar,- Aug. 23. The fact that a
new oil heater manufactured here for
orange gTOves and truck farms can
be sold against the strongest compe competition
tition competition is proved by the announcement
of the manager of the concern that he
has iraeive'J'aiTTrorder f or.., twenty
thousand heaters from California for
delivery October 1st.
Tallahassee, Aug. 22. The state
railroad commission has announced
dates for a series of hearings to be
held early in September on traffic and sub jects within its jurisdiction.
At .Winter Garden Sept. 5th, the
commission will conduct a hearing and
determine whether it shall order the
Atlantic Coast Line and the Tavares
& Gulf railroads to make a physical
connection at that point.
A hearing on a similar petition will
be held in Clearwater on Sept. 7th,
but in this instance a physical con connection
nection connection between the Atlantic Coast
Line and the Seaboard Air Line at
Clearwater is being sought. m
Two hearings will be held in Tampa
on Sept. 8th. At 10 a. m. the com commissioners
missioners commissioners will investigate and deter determine
mine determine whether the Tampa Southern is
under the' management and control of
the Atlantic Coast Line and whether
the two railroads should for the pur purpose
pose purpose of transportation be considered
as constituting ejte and the same
At 11 o'clock the commissioners
will begin a hearing to determine
whether the Seaboard Air Line should
be permitted to increase its published
rates to the basis of its mileage scale
on commodities and classes between
Tampa and all points on its line be between
tween between Turkey Creek and Venice, in including
cluding including branches, where the rate now
in effect ia lower than the mileage
Ocala Knights of Pythias are re requested
quested requested to assemble at 7 o'clock this
evening in front of Castle Hall, where
there will be a drove of autos waiting
to take them to Reddick.
The Reddick lodge has invited the
Ocala Knights to be their guests to tonight,
night, tonight, and while the program of in intended
tended intended events has not been made pub public
lic public they promise to furnish them with
an evening of "real pleasure" if they
will but accept their invitation.
Cm on, boys, let's go! You know
what those Reddick boys mean when
they pass their word that therell be
something doing. Ocala Knight.
Several 'exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Seedless raisins, 15-ounce package,
a few days only for 27c. H. B. Whit Whit-tington.
tington. Whit-tington. Phones 162 and 377. 'St

In Regard, to the Costa Rican. Bound Boundary
ary Boundary has Been Decided on and is
Daily Expected

(Associated Press)
Panama, Aug. 23. Panama's reply
to the latest note of Secretary of State
Hughes in which Panama was told
the disputed territory along the Costa
Rican frontier would be placed under
jurisdiction of Costa Rica, has been
considered by the Panaman cabinet
and possibly will be delivered Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. American diplomatic officials
here are reticent regarding the situa
tion, but it is known the Panama
reply has not yet been forwarded to
Washington, Aug. 23. The state
department in the note sent to Pan Panama
ama Panama yesterday stated emphatically
that the United States would not per permit
mit permit any hostilities growing out of the
occupation of the Coto region by
Costa Rica. The American note, it
developed today, was in response to
a communication from Panama indi indicating
cating indicating that if Costa Rica should at
tempt to re-occupy the disputed terri territory,
tory, territory, force would be used in resisting
unles sthe United States made it
clear that the American government
would prevent it.
Mrs. Vernie Stevens of Lakeland,
formerly one of Ocala 's most popular
young women, who is visiting the fam family
ily family of her aunt, Mrs. B. A. Weathers,
was the honor guest last evening at
an enjoyable two-table auction party,
given by Miss Meta Jewett at her
home on Fort King avenue. For sev several
eral several hours auction was enjoyed in the
living room, which had been attrac attractively
tively attractively 'decorated with cut flowers and
pot plants. Miss Emily Stotesbury,
who scored highest, was rewarded
with a box of stationery, and a similar
prize was given the guest of honor.
Miss Jewett served ice cream and cake
to her guests, who were Mrs. Stevens,
Mrs. Edward Helvenston, Mrs. Charles
Cullen, Mrs. M. G. Chambers, Mrs. J. -J.
Gerig, Misses Minnie Gamsby and
Emily Stotesbury.
Monday, the county judge's office
issued a marriage license to Mr. Wal Walter
ter Walter H. Knight and Mrs. Willie Tallu Tallu-lah
lah Tallu-lah Mullino, and they were married
last evening at 7:30 o'clock by Rev.
C. W. White, at the Methodist par parsonage.
sonage. parsonage. There were a few friends
and relatives present to witness the
ceremony. The groom is from South
Carolina and the bride has been mak making
ing making her home in Ocala for a number of
years and has many friends who will
wish them much happiness in their
married life.
(Gainesville Sun)
Aubrey Logan, of High Springs, the
taxi driver who was driving the car
that Saturday night went into a ditch
about a mile out of High Springs,
killing Miss Marian Rives and shak shaking
ing shaking up other occupants, was reported
last night to be in a worse condition
than doctors predicted for him at the
time of the accident. He is said to
have a fever. Reports that Logan had
been placed under arrest could not be
verified by 'the Sun at the office of
Sheriff Ramsey or at High Springs.
Miss Rives, who was visiting friends
in High' Springs, was buried at New New-nansville
nansville New-nansville cemetery yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon following funeral services at
the Methodist church at Alachua, near
where she formerly lived wiih her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rives.
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Aug. 23. Mrs. I O.
Voegle, of St. Augustine, reported to
the police today the theft of several
thousand dollars worth of jewelry
from her room in a local hotel some
time last night. The missing articles
included two diamond rings, several
diamond set pins, brooches, etc
One Stearns-Knight ."8," first class
condition, cord tires all around; seven
passenger. B. F. Condon. 15-7t
A GOOD CAP for $1.00 FISHEL'S.
Eight yards LAWN $1 FISHEL'S.


Oeala Evening Star ;
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Speak up, boys each married man
is to have a $2500 exemption on his
income tax. j

; Mrs. Harding Sr. probably acknowl acknowledges
edges acknowledges that her presidential son-in-law
is a good sport." ;

; Of all the words ever spoken or
sung, the saddest are these, "again
I'm stung."

The Gainesville Sun has broadened
out into six columns per page, and is
impressive as well as" newsy.
A friend brought us In one of the
prevalent jokes this morning. We
sadly told him that the subject of a
woman's v nether' extremities had be become
come become tafcop in this office unless she
broke at least one of them.
The Sanford Herald makes the an announcement:
nouncement: announcement: "Every day better in
Sanford." To which we reply: Every
day perfect in" Lakeland. Lakeland
Telegram. x
We aire sorry to say, Harry, that we
fear Bob is more truthful than you.

, All the ex-service men and their
friends, city and country, should be
present Wednesday night, at Mur Murphy's."
phy's." Murphy's." garage, when the American
Legion gives its exhibition of pictures
taken during the great war. Many
of, the boys in our county will be able
yto recognize some of the vivid scenes,
. and tell their history to their friends
and relatives.

man who will not take chances some sometimes
times sometimes and who does not love to brush
elbows with danger is likely to be
lacking in some of the virtues abso absolutely
lutely absolutely needed by the community as
well as himself- But it is seldom nec necessary
essary necessary to take women and children
into danger, and it is reprehensible in
the highest degree to do so simply in
order to show off. It is probable that
the young man in question is endur enduring
ing enduring great mental suffering from the.
consequences of his carelessness, and
there is no doubt that the girl who
was the victim would have freely for forgiven
given forgiven him. But for the sake of the
community, for an example to other
reckless young men, to guard the lives

of other women and girls, he should
have as heavy a punishment as the
law can inflict. It is a good thing,
we think, for our young men to be
brave and skillful enough to drive an
auto to its limit, to ride the storm in
an airplane and do other things where
only a shadow separates them from
death or maiming, but they should do
such things alone or in company with
other daring men. To try to keep a
woman in comfort and safety is one of
the first duties of a man.


Monday, August 22
Ocala .............. 1
Leesburg .17
That's all. L. T. L.


The president of kthe United States.

and his Congress are going to have a
harder; j time '.T f getting a satisfactory
peace with Germany than the boys in
khaki had smashing the Hindenburg
line And spiking that military wall
of defense was no cinch, either, as a
few hundred thousand ex-service men

will tewtif y. Taking advantage of our
delay in pressing our advantage an
advantage the y other allied 'powers
hastened to cement the German gov government
ernment government refuses to assume the re responsibility'
sponsibility' responsibility' of the war and balks at
paying for the Lusitania. As the dis discussion
cussion discussion continues the Wirth adminis administration
tration administration is not hesitating in expressing
its uivlvillingriess to meet .the demands
of the ; United States. Jacksonville
Metropolis. "'''.
j We hold considerable German prop property
erty property and territory, and can make Ger Germany's
many's Germany's way a hard road to travel.
The Tampa' Clearing House Asso Association
ciation Association has been investigating the
standing of some of the concerns
whose1 agents have been peddling their
stocks in South Florida and, accord according'
ing' according' Ui a report in the Tampa Times,
republished elsewhere in this issue of
the-Herald, stock of one concern sold
in Florida from $10 to $12.50 a share
' is offered in Birmingham where the
factory, of the concern is supposed to
be located, at $3 and $4 a share. In
spite of the repeated warnings of the
Herald a number of local people "in

vested" heavily in. these stocks, opin

ing that, the editor of the Herald, like
; Bud Hinckley f Bingville, might not
be "quite right in the head." Perhaps
he isn't, but every share of stock he
owns is earning a dividend and will
sell at? par or above. Punta Gorda

sometimes an editor has some


Jacksonville, Aug. 22r Although the
highest courts of many states have
upheld the right of public health offi officers
cers officers to quarantine persons, infected
with a venereal disease, who, in the
opinion of health officers, constitute a
menace to the public health, no case
has previously been decided by a
court of final resort as to the right
compulsorily to examine persons
"reasonably "suspected" of being af affected
fected affected with a venereal disease in the
infectious or contagious stage. This
issde has been decided now, however,
by the Alabama court v of appeals in
the case of Dowling vs. Harden, 88
Southern 217.v In this case the de defendant
fendant defendant was arrested 1 for ; vagrancy
and bound over for trial, being re released
leased released by the court on bond. In the
meantime, the health officer placed her
in quarantine for being a person
reasonably suspected of having a ve venereal
nereal venereal disease in a communicable
stage. The defendant suit out a writ
of habeas corpus which was granted
by the circuit court. An appeal was
immediately taken by the health offi officer
cer officer to the court of appeals, which re reversed
versed reversed the action of the circuit court,
holding "that persons affected or
reasonably suspected of being aff gcted
with diseases known to be infectious
or contagious may be segregated or
isolated from the public, and prison prisoners
ers prisoners under legal charges of crime may
be, when so affected, segregated from
their fellows. When so quarantined,
they- are subject to such reasonable
examination as is necessary to satisfy
the health authorities that their re?

lease will not endanger the public."
Social Hygiene Bulletin.

This ruling has a particular inter

est in that a rule of the Florida State
Board of Health founded on a similar
law permits the compulsory examina

tion of persons reasonably suspected

of being carriers of venereal disease.

The younf; man at High Springs

whose reckless driving caused the

death of Mis Marian Rives, has been

arreuted, altho his injuries caused the

authorities! to" refrain from sending
him j to jail. The Star would not for

anything condemn the spirit of reck

IesS3ieS3 that is a nart. f tin a n-ifnra

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of nK3t of our young men. A boy or J

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Who works from morn to set of sun,

The. whole day long is on the run,

And yet whose work is never done j

The Doctor.

Who's roused up in the dead of night

By someone' in a dreadful fright,
Who's sure she's going to die outright,
The Doctor.
Who when the days are shocking hot.
Can seek no- cool, sequestered spot,
Because he must be on the trot
The Doctor.
Who- when the mercury is lew,
Long weary miles must often go,
Thru cutting winds and blindin' snow,
The Doctor.
Who has to hear the countless ills,
And deal out multitudes of pills
To those who never pay their bills
. The Doctor.
Who must not show that it's a bore,
To hear each family history o'er,
Five generations back and more
. The Doctor.
All their lives to the cause is lent.

Till their very soul and body issjent,

Few hours with family or social life I
The Doctor. i
All they possess at times s neglected j
To serve the public tie yare expected i
Regardless how their health's affected, j
' The Doctor.
The noblest of all our men, j
Whose honor we often fail to defend;
Our lives and health on them depend,
The Doctor.
Who should be put among the saints, j
Whom history with us acquaints, j
For patient listening to complaint s j
The Doctor. i

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We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
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We ask you for your patponage and
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We sell on .a strictly commission basis. If you have good prop property,
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Anything that thrives on
"knocking" is pretty sure to be
for tlie good of the public
The degree to which the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Supply Company has
been assisted by "knocks" tes testified
tified testified to its usefulness.
Citrus growers have learned
that the fellow who talks loud loudest
est loudest in opposition to the coopera cooperative
tive cooperative idea usually is one who will
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The growers who are mem members
bers members of the Florida Chrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange believe they are capable
not only of marketing their
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economical production.
They have no desire' to cut off
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pany Company it is natural for them to
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CHAPTKK' I.-Jane Harding, respect respectable
able respectable and conservative oi3 spinster but
never loo old to I J. ink of marriage with
more money tiia.n brains, is inveigled by
a strong-puoded spinster. Miss Higgisby Higgisby-Browue,
Browue, Higgisby-Browue, Into financing an expedition to
hunt for buried treasure on Leeward
Island. Her niece. Virginia Hardin?, un undertaking:
dertaking: undertaking: to stop ner, gets on the vessel
engaged for the hunt, and In the confu confusion
sion confusion is unwillingly carried along.
CHAPTER II. By no means concealing

her distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its members, Virginia makes
the acquaintance of the Honorable Cutn Cutn-bert
bert Cutn-bert Vane, and is somewhat improMol
CHAPTER IlL Talking with Dugald
Shaw, the leader of the expedition, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia very frankly expresses her views,
practically accusing Shaw and the other
members of the party, including a some somewhat
what somewhat uncertain personage. Captain Mag Magnus
nus Magnus and a shady financier," Hamilton
H. Tubb, of be.:.,; in a conspiracy to -defraud
Miss Jane Harding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTKR "IV. Landing on the Island
is a matter of some difficulty. Virginia
being carried ashore in the arms of Cuth Cuth-bert.Vane,
bert.Vane, Cuth-bert.Vane, to her disquietude. The land landing,
ing, landing, however, is safely ejected.
CHAPTER V. Ld by Miss Hlgglesby Hlgglesby-Browne,
Browne, Hlgglesby-Browne, the party draws up an agree agreement
ment agreement whereby Virginia Harding is barred
from participation in the profits of the
expedition. Believing the whole thing to
.be a fraud, 'Virginia is not greatly wor worried.
ried. worried. Cutabert Vane alone votes against
the exclusion of Virginia.
CHAPTKR VL Wild pigs abound on
the island, and "Cookie," the colored
member of the party, insists he has seen
a "hant."' in the form of a white pig.
During a walk Virginia meets the "hant,"
a white bull terrier, and proudly brings
him into camp. (
CHAPTKR VII. -On the island Is the
hut of a copra gatherer, and the presence
of the do:, named "Crusoe" by Virginia,
is thus accounted for. Rambling about,
and feeling herself not to be a regular
member oi the expedition, Virginia comes

' upon a :md-imbedded sloop, tne island
Wueen. .Returning to the camp, she Is
intercepted by Captain Magnus, who ac-
costs her unpleasantly. She escapes him,
with the aid of "Crusoe."
CHAPTKR VIII. Fired with the Idea
of herself discovering the treasure, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia pay, a visit to the cave which has
been singled out as the most likely place
in which it has been concealed, and
there she Is caught by the tide and res rescued
cued rescued by Dugald Shaw, from certain
death. Thinking her unconscious. Stoaw
whispers words of endearment. v which
she treasures.
CHAPTKR IX. In idle curiosity Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, datbling about the wreck of the
Island Wueen, tinas a diary, identified
only as having been kept by "Peter," a
former seeker of the treasure. In it he
tolls of his finding of the hidden wealth
and there her reading is interrupted.
CHAPTKR X. Opinions as to the proper
. methods of prosecuting the search for the
treasure are divided, and a wide diverg divergence
ence divergence is apparent in the councils of the
little parly. Virginia's interest in the
. leader of the expedition increases.
CHAPTKR XI.-The diary which Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia has found in the remains of the
Island juen reveals the fact that the
existence of the gold was known to oth oth-.ers,
.ers, oth-.ers, and an active "and successful search
for it carried cn. The record tells of the
finding of the treas ire and its transfer transference
ence transference to the small boat, but it is evident
the finder never ileft the island with his
wealth. Virginia, of course, believes it
to be on the Island Queen, and so within
her reach, l'or various reasons she de decides
cides decides to say nothing of her discovery un until
til until she tuis investigated further.
CHAPTKR XII Led by direction In

"Peter's" diary, Virginia finds a highly
important clue to the hidden treasure,
but her courage fails when it .comes to
pushing., her investigations.
CHAPTER XIII.-Interrupting a fervent
declaration of love by Cuthbert Vane,
Virginia is startled by the announcement
Of Mr.. Tubbs that he has found the clew
to the whereabouts of the treasure. He
demands, as the price of his secret (as
he supposes) a half of the wealth found.
The party declines to accept' his terms
and decides to continue the search with without
out without his ad- During the excitement Cap Captain
tain Captain Magnus disappears.
CHAPTER XIV. In view of the discov discovery
ery discovery made by Mr. Tubbs, a new agreement
is drawn up: entirely favorable to Vir

ginia. Turning from the document, the
party is surprised by the appearance of
an armed force, against whom there
could be no effective resistance.

Tony thereupon ordered trie women

to sit down on the ground in the shade
and not move under penalty of "get-

tln a "wing clipied. We obeyed in

silence and looked on while the pirates

with wolfish voracity devoured, the
meal which had been meant for us.
They had. pocket-Husks with them, and
as they attacked tliera. with frequency
the talk grew louder and wilder. By
degrees it was possible to comprehend
the extraordinary disaster which had
befallen us, at least in a sketchy out outline
line outline of which the detail was filled' in
later. Tony, It appeared, was the mas

ter of a small power schooner which
had been fitting out in Sail Francisco
for a filibustering trip to the Mexican
coast, and his three hard companions
were the crew. None was of the old
hearty breed of sailors, but wharf-rats
pure and simple, city-dregs whom
chance had led to. follow the sen.
Tony., la whom one detected a certain
rough force and ability, was an Ital Italian,
ian, Italian, an .outlaw siecimen of the breed
which mans the fishing fleet putting
forth from the harbor of San Fran-

1 out. nan maintained -communication
I with h!s friends, and even visited them
under cover of the supposed shooting
expedition. And now. while we -had
been striving to overcome the recal recal-l
l recal-l citrancy of Mr. Tubbs, Captain Mag Mag-I
I Mag-I nus had taken a short cut to the same
end. You felt that the secret of Mr.
' Tubs would be extracted, if need be,
hy no delicate methods, j

But Mr. Tubbs character possessed
none of that unreasonable obstinacy
which would make harsh measures
necessary under such conditions. His
countenance, as the illuminating con conversation
versation conversation of the pirates had proceed proceeded,
ed, proceeded, lost the speckled appearance
which bad characterized it at the
height" of his terrors. Something like
his normal hue return- He sat up
straighter. moistened : iry lips, and
looked around upon u.-. ves, even upon
Aunt Jane and Miss Higglesby-Browne,
with whom he had been ao lately and
so tenderly reconciled, with a side sidelong,
long, sidelong, calculating glance. After the
pirates had eaten, the prisoners on the
log were covered with a rifle and their
hands untied, while Cookie, In a lu lugubrious
gubrious lugubrious silence made eloquent by his
roiling eyes, passed around among as
the remnants of the food. Yet undei
all the terror was a bedrock confidence
that there was, there must be some somehow
how somehow in the essence of things, an eter eternal
nal eternal tightness which would keep me
cafe from Captain Magnus. And as
I looked across at Dugald Shaw and
met for an instant bis steady, watch watchful
ful watchful eyes. I managed a swift little smile
a rather wan smile, I dare say, but
still a smile.
Cuthbert Vane caught, to speak,
the tail of It, and was electrified. I
saw his lips form at Mr. Shaw's ear
the words, 'Wonderful little sport, by
A curious stiffening had come over
Cuthbert Vane. For the first time la my
knowledge of him he showed the con consciousness
sciousness consciousness Instead of only the sub subconsciousness
consciousness subconsciousness of the difference be between
tween between Norman blood and the ordinary
sanguine fluid. His shoulders squared ;
he lost his habitual easy lounge and
sat erect and talL Something stern
and aquiline showed through the
smooth beauty of bis face, so that you
thought of effigies of crusading knights
stretched on their ancient tombs in

High Staunton church. He was their
true descendant, after all, this alow,
calm, gentle-mannered Cuthbert. It
was a young lion that I had been play playing
ing playing with, and the claws were there,
strong and terrible in their velvet

Captain Tony, having finished his

pipe. knocked the ashes out against

the heel of his boot and put the pipe

in his pocket
"WelL" he said, stretching, -I'd rath rather
er rather have a nap. but business is busi

ness, so let's get down to It. Which

o' them guys has the line on the stuff.

Magnus T'

"Old Baldy, here, returned Mag

nus, with a nod at Mr. Tubbs. "Old
Washtubs I call him generally; ha.

ha r

"Then looky here, Washtubs," said

Tony, addressing Mr. Tubbs with sud

den sternness, "maybe you could bluff

these here soft guys, but we're a dif

ferent breed p cats, we are. What Whatever
ever Whatever you know, you'll come through
with it, and come quick, or It'll be the

worse for your hide, see?"

Mr. Tubbs rose from the log with


"Captain. he said earnestly, "from

long experience in the financial cen

ters of the country. I have got to be
a man what understands human na nature.
ture. nature. The minute I looked at you. I
seen it in your eye that there wasn't

no use in tryin' to bluff yoo. Yon are
a congenial crowd, you boys gosh,
but you do look good to rae after the

bunch o stiffs I been pi ay In up to

here! All I ask Is, to let me In on it

with you, and 111 be glad to put you

wise to the best tricks of a sly old

fox who ain't ever been' caught yet

without two holes to his barrow.

won t ask no half, nor no quarter,
either, though I just signed up for
that amount with the el 4 girl here.
But give me freedom, and a bunch o

live wires like you boys! Tve near

froze Into a plaster figure o Virtue,
what with talkin like a Sunday school

class, and sparkln' one old maid and

makln' out like I wouldn't melt butter

with the other. So H. EL will ship
along of you. mates, and well off to
the China coast socnewheres where

the spend In' Is good and the police

- not too noisy, and try how far
trunkful of doubloons will go

With a choky little gurgle in her
throat Aunt Jane fell limply against

me. It was too much. All day long
she had been tossed back and forth

like a shuttlecock by the battledore of

emotion. She bad borne the shock

of Mr. Tubbs sordid greed for gold,

his disloyalty to the expedition, his
coldness to herself; she had. been shak shaken
en shaken by the tender stress of the rec reconciliation,
onciliation, reconciliation, had been captured bj
pirates, and now suffered the supreme
blow of this final revelation of the
treachery of Tubbs. To hear her ro romance
mance romance described as the sparking of an
old maid and by the sparker! From
Miss Higgiesby-Browne had come a
snort of fury, but she said nothing,

having apparently no confidence in

these words the lid of his left eye
eclipsed for an instant that inteHi-

getit optic

From the pirates 'came a scattering

volley of assents. "All right hooray
for old .Washtub ?ure, close the

"All right, Washtubs, the boys are

willing. So I gue&s we better be mov moving
ing moving toward that chest of doubloons."

It was arranged that Slinker and a

cross-eyed man named Horny should

remain at the camp on. guard. As a

measure of precaution Cookie, too.

was bound, and Aunt Jane, Misa

Browne and I ordered into the cabin.

The three remaining pirates, armed

with our spades and picks and dis dis-pen
pen dis-pen sing a great deal of jocular-profanity,
set out for the cave tinder the
guidance of Mr. Tubbs.

Thankful as I was for the depart

ure of Captain Magnus, 1 underwent
torments in the stifling interior of
the cabin. Aunt Jane wept piteously.
At last I heard a faint moan:

I went to her. "Yes, auntleT
"Virginia." she murmured, "I think

I shall not live to leave the island.

even If I arn not not executed. In
fact, I have a feeling now as though
the end were approaching. I have al

ways known that my heart was. not
strong, even if your Aunt Susan did

call it indigestion. But oh, my dear

child. It Is not my digestion it is my

heart that has been wounded To have

reposed such confidence In a serpent 1

To realize that I miht have been Im

paled upon its fangs! Oh, my dear,
faithful child, what would I have dn
if you had not clung to me although
I permitted serpents to turn me from

you But I am cruelly punished. All

I ask is that some day when you are
married and happy, dear you will re remove
move remove from this desolate spot the poor
remains of her who of her who
Sobs choked Aunt Jane's utterance.
"Jane began Miss Higgiesby Higgiesby-Browne,
Browne, Higgiesby-Browne, i
"I was speaking to my niece. re

plied Aunt Jane with unutterable dig dignity
nity dignity from her corner. Her small fea features
tures features had all but disappeared in hei

swollen face, and Iter hair had slippec"

down at a rakish angle over one eje

But, of course. Wing Aunt Jane, sht
must choose this moment to be queen queen-Iv.
Iv. queen-Iv. (Continued Tomorrow)

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throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

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Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'a
Drug Store

clsco. '.Wheu and wliere he and Mag

nus had been friends I do not know. the effect f oratory on pirates. She

But no sooner had the wisdom of Miss

Browne imparted the great secret to
her chance acquaintance of the New
York wharves, than he had communi communicated
cated communicated with his old pal, Tony. The
power-;honer with her unlawful car cargo
go cargo stole out through the gate, made
her delivery in the Mexian port, took
on fresh supplies, and stood away for
Leeward Island. The western anchor anchorage
age anchorage haul received and snugly hidden
hr. Captain Masnns. meanwhile, by

j means of .amjrror flashed from Look-

did not even exhort Aunt Jane, but
left It to me to sustain my drooping
aunt as best I could.
As Mr. Tubbs made his whole-hearted
and magnanimous proposal Captain
Tony opened his small black eyes and
contemplated him with attention.
.Then he glanced round upon his fel fellows.
lows. fellows. "What say, boys? Shall we ship
old Washtubs on the schooner and

let him have his fling along with us?

Eh?" A"d 13 fountain Too itUMd

Arrival and departure of passengei
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1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
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2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Slanatee 1:35 pm
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1:45 pm Jkjonville-GaIi.sviUe 3:24 pm
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S :24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 an?
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- Notice '!. hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will on the 30th day of Au--urust.
i921.. at ten o'clock, A. -M., or as
aioon thereafter as we can ibe heard, ap ap-jxly
jxly ap-jxly to Hon. cary Hardee, .governor of
the state of Florida, at his office in the
state house in the city of Tallahassee,
state of lorlda, for letters patent tn tn-dor.poratln
dor.poratln tn-dor.poratln .$ ourselves, our associates
and successors Into a 'body -politic and
corporate tinder the name of SORE SORE-SHOT
.We also hesreiby declare that the fol-
Vowing .proposed charter arfd articles
xf incorporation are a full, true and
complete coipy, the oriscinal of whicl
ill now on lije in the office of the sec secretary
retary secretary of state of said state of Florida,
at said city of Tallahassee, Florida,
during the time required iby law for
the publication of this notice.
The undersigned incorporators here hereby1
by1 hereby1 associate themselves together for
the (purpose of .becoming- incorporated
and forminig a corporation under ana
bv virtue of the lawgf of the state f
Florida, and under the following pro pro-tposied
tposied pro-tposied charter:
Article L
.The name of this corporation shall
OO'lIPANY, and its principal iplace of
business shall be in the. city of Ocala,
in the county of; iMarion, and state of
'Florida, tout it may establish branch of offices,
fices, offices, transact (business, "and hold meet meetings
ings meetings of the stockholders and directors
within the state and elsewhere, as the
by-laws of said company may iprovide.
' Article II.
The .general nature of the "business
to ibe transacted .by said corporation is:
1. To engage in the manufacture
and sale of liquid compounds or prep preparations
arations preparations lor the purpose of killing
trees, gtwnps, sprouts, roots, grasses
and (weeds; and to -manufacture, buy,
sell, trade and deal in all and every
kind of material and product manufac manufactured
tured manufactured or unmanufactured; to Ibuy, ac acquire,
quire, acquire, hold, use, employ, mortgage,
convey, lease and ; dipose of patent
rights, letters ipatent, processes, de devises,
vises, devises, inventions, trade marks, formu formulate,
late, formulate, good will and either rights;
to take, acquire, hold, own,
maintain, work, develop, sell, convey,
lase, (mortgage, exchange, improve
and otherwise' .deal in and dispose of
real estate, and real property,, or any
interest or rights therein without limit
(is to the amount.
' 2. To conduct and carry on a busi business
ness business of (builders and contractors for the
purpose of building, erecting, altering,
repairing, or doing any other .work in
connection with all classes of buildings
itnd improvements of any kind and na nature
ture nature whatsoever, including the build build-ling,
ling, build-ling, rebuilding, alteration, repairing or
improvement of houses, factories, tmild tmild-!ings,
!ings, tmild-!ings, .works or erections of every, kind
and description whatsoever.
: 3. To purc-hase, take and lease, or
in exchange, -hire or otherwise acquire
any real or personal property rights or
privileges suitaible or convenient 'for
any purposes of this business, and to
purchase, acquire, erect and construct,
-and make improvements of, buildings
or -machinery, stores or works in so far
' as the same may be pertinent to or
.useful for. the conduct of the 'business
lias albove specified,, but only to the ex extent
tent extent to which the company may be au-
. .,tttwrized by -the statutes under which
it .is organized.
4. gusbject to the limitations herein
prescribed and the requirements of the
.statutes of this.tate, to fborrow or
iTalse onyney for any rpurpose of the
..comrpany. and to secure the same and
interest, or for any other "purpose, to
mortgage .tt ,or any part of the prop property
erty property incorporeal or incorporeal rights
or franchises of the company now own owned
ed owned or ereatfer acquired, and to do a
.general retail' or wholesale mercantile
business, and to exercise and enjy all
of the rights, ipowers and privileges
not inconsistent with the provisions of
this charter which may usually "be ex exercised
ercised exercised by corporations for profit under
the laws of Florida.
The amount of tne capital stock of
" thit corporation shall 'be five thousand
dollars, divided into fifty shares of the
value of one hundred dollars eaeh-

j i
Children Under 12, 15c
Adults 25c
Ocala, Florida
Said capital stock shall be ipald for as
follows: Ten per ent. shall ibe .paid
.within ten days after letters patent
shall h4ve oeen granted, and "before
said corporation shall transact any
business; the remainder thereof shall
be paid in such installments and mvithi-n
sucn time as may oe designated by fhe
board of directors and on ten days no notice
tice notice to the subscribers for such de deferred
ferred deferred payments. A.ny -stock not sub subscribed
scribed subscribed for .shall be sold toy the direc directors
tors directors from time to time as the same
may be necessary at not less than its
par value; provided, however, that the
capital stock, or a designated part
thereof, may toe paid for in property,
labor or: services at a just -valuation' to
ibe fixed fty the Incorporators at a meet meeting
ing meeting called if or that purpose. The busi business
ness business and prudential affairs of this cor corporation
poration corporation shall toe conducted toy a iboard
of directors of not less than three nor
more than five.
Article IV.
The annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders snail -toe held at the principal office
of this corporation on the -first 'Monday
in January in each year at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter
as practicable, at .wh-ich (meeting there
shall be elected by and from the stock stockholders,
holders, stockholders, a tooard of directors for the en ensuing
suing ensuing year. The directors so elected
shall meet immediately following" ad adjournment
journment adjournment of such annual (meeting of
the stockholders, and shall organise toy
electing from their own number a pres president,
ident, president, vice -nresid&nt. secretarv and
treasurer; the secretary and treasurer
may toe one and the same person.
Artiele V. V
The period of existence of this cor corporation
poration corporation shall toe perpetual.
Article VI.
The .business of .said corporation
shall be managed toy a president, vice
prtjsident and secretary and treasurer,
and tooard of directors of not less than
three nor more than five, and such
other officers as from time to time
snail te ceemea necessary toy the
iboard of directors. The president, sec secretary
retary secretary and treasurer, shall toe mem mem-toe
toe mem-toe rs of the looard of directors, and one
person may frold any two offices except
those of president and vice president.
The directors shall toe eletced, to serve
for a term of one yar, annually by the
stockholders at an"e!ection to toe held
on the first Monday in January of each
year, and the officers shall be elected
for a similar .period by the directors
after the election of such" tooard of
directors. The names of the officers
who are to conduct the business of the
corporation until the first annual meet
ing are as follows: E. H. Hopktnsy
presiaeni; j. r. i&istrunic, -vice presi president;
dent; president; John Iozier, secretary and
treasurer, and the directors are -K. H.
Hcnkins, S. T. Sistrunk, E. B. George,
John Pozier and H. I. Sinmmerfleld.
Article VI.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can sutoject itself is-fifty per cent of
the capital stock.
'Article VII L
The names and residences of the sub subscribing
scribing subscribing Incorporators and the amount
of capital stock respectively subscribed
for toy each are as follows; N. t
Naiue ReslOar -v. Share
Surr.nverfield Bros., Memphis, Tenn.. 5
John Pozier, Ocala. Fla 5
S. T. Sistrunk. Ocala, Fla 5
E, B. Georse, Lowell, Fl S
E. iH. Hopkins, fteddiek. Fla. ...... .25
In witne -whereof, w.e thave herer
unto set our iids and el. his -the
lth day of 'August. A. D 1921.
By H I. SUMMEttpIELD ((Seal).
JOHN D03IER (CSeal).
S. t. SISTRUNK ieal.
K. H. HOPKINS jieti.
Be it remTOibered chat on this the
lth day of -ugustiA. j. J2I, person personally
ally personally apea red before me, an ot$ cer duly
authorized to take icknowle.1emew
j of deeds, S5ummrfiJd Bros.. John Dor
zier. S. T. eistcuo, E. H. Hopkins, te
me well known to the individuals
named in, and who executed and swb swb-scribed
scribed swb-scribed their names to Xtsg fre?oing
instrument, and they after toeing duly
sworn, severally acknowledged ttw ex execution
ecution execution thereof for the purposes there therein
in therein expressed.
. In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed toy official eai
at Ocala, Fla., Marion county, on the
Notary Seal) Notary Putolic State
of Florida at Larare.
My commission expires May 18th,
ZUl. S-23-lt



If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bollock are
home from a week's fishing trip on the
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's now.
the U-SERVE STORES. 23-3t
Mrs. R- A. Burford and daughters,
Misses Mary and Agnes Burford,
hav! returned from a week's visit to
Dayitona Beach.
Plenty Bargains for $1 FISHEL'S.
66 cures Malarial Fever. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Leavengood and
daughter, Dorothy, accompanied Mr.
and -Mrs. Ernest Turnipseed of Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, to Miami in their car, and will
visit their sister, Mrs. M.- D. Turner"
for ajereek.
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
Dry salt mullet just in. They are
fine. H. B. WHITTINGTON. 22-3t
Miss Marie Robertson of Palatka,
i3 an attractive guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M; A. Ten Eyck for a
few days.
6(5 S cure Biliousness. Adv.
the U-SERVE STORES. 23-3t
Mrs. George K. Robinson left Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon for Boston, where she
will visit her daugher, Mrs. E. J.
Mills-Price for some time.
; 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
' 1 Messrs, E. S, Gernant and Harold
Seymour spent the week-end in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and St. Petersburg, making the
trip in Mr. Gernant' car, 1
666 cares a Cold quiekly-Adv.
DOLLAR -WEEK at FisheT now.
Mr. Sam Fraser, wife and children
arrived yesterday for a somewhat
Drotrarted visit to the city. Mr.
Fraser for the time being has a run
or the mining extra on the west coast
route. This train is bringing m a
large quantity of hard' timber every
day from Steen which causes .it to
ned a larger crew.
DOLI iAR WEEK ; at Fishel's now.
the U-SERVE STORES. 23-3t
. The city auto fire truck which was
damaged in the accident at the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard crossing' has been repaired and
is in good order again,
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's now.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be founa at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Crry Store, 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.
Mr.'and Mrs. William Christian and
son. Kirk, Misses Elizabeth and
France Mcintosh, all of Mcintosh,
are taking an. auto tri pdown the East
Coast. : .
Jergen's toilet soap 85e per dozn
at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
Rub-My-Hsm for Rheumatism.
News comes from Osborne, N- C,
that Mrs. S. E. Fraser, who with her
husband is taking a vacation there,
and who became severely ill a few
days ago, is improving.
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's now.
Rab-My-Tism cures pores. A dr.
Call phone 108 when you want gree
eri&i in a hurry. Main Street Market. ?
Mr. John K. f)gVane of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is in the xrity for a yisit to tis
sister, Mrs. Port Leavengood. Mr.
DeVjane for years lived in .Ocala and
his many old time friends are-glad to
see him. He has for the past few
years occupied an inaycrtant position
with .the freight department of the
Seaboard railroad in the metropolis:
This is a Studefeaker yer. tf
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's. 20-?7.

Mr. George Looney U spending a
week in Jacksonville.

Miss Elizabeth Barton of Leesburg
is spending a few weeks in the city
as the guest of Miss Meme Davis.
Mr. William Feaster has severed
his connection with the Lewis-Chitty
Company to accept a more lucrative
position with the Franklin Refining
Company of Philadelphia. Mr. Feaster
will make his headquarters in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Ocala regrets to lose Mr.
Featser but the good wishes of all his
friends follow him.
One 1921 Oxerland T five-passenger
with all 1922 improvements add added.
ed. added. Special bargain, $550. B. F.
Condon. 16-7t
The friends of the family of Mrs.
G. E. Thompson will regret to hear of
the illness of three of her children, all
of whom were taken sick the same
nigbt with malarial fever. They are,
Mrs. Bessie Harnmack and daughter,
Cora Mae Harnmack and Miss Evelyn
Thompson. A daughter of Mrs.
Thompson's arrived from Sanford
last night to assist her mother and it
is sincerely hoped that all three will
at an early date be entirely well again.
the U-SERVE STORES. 23-3t
3 yds. ?1 VOILE for $1 FISHEL'S.
L. C. Hawes went to Ocala last
week end and returned with hi wife
and baby son. Mrs. Hawes and baby
have been visiting her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. R. Thor Weaver, Dade City
8 yds. 27-in. Shirting l FISHEL'S.
For freeh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. 11-tf
Paul Pineset, accused of robbing
Hunter's gun shop several weeks ago,
was arrested by Policeman Sheffield
Sunday and lodged in the county jaiL
Dry salt mullet just m. They are
fine. H. B. WHITTINGTON. 22-3t
5 pairs Child's Hose ?1 FISHEL'S.
.. Mrs. Ernest Wickham and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Misses Fay and Annabelle, after
a pleasant visit hefe with Mrs. Wick Wick-ham's
ham's Wick-ham's sisters, Mrs. Frank Ditto and
Mrs. MQmie Fox, haye returned to
their horne in Sftlem, tfeb:
One Saxon Six Speedster, 275, B,
F. Condon. l6-7t
Dollar Week Aug. 20-27. FISHEL'S
Sergeant W. L. Gray, after several
days of illness, is out again.
Have you tried Norris' Vftriely can candies
dies candies at the Court Pharncy.
Mrs- Raymond Goodson of Tampa,
is in the city visiting Mrs. Annie
Akin and Mrs. Carrie Rjcbey & the
home of the forme?,
Mr. J. F. Caldwell pf Eleptra was a
visitor in town today.
Mr, CA. Treinere of Belleview was
in town this morning.
Mrs. J. H. McClymonds will return
home the last of the week after quite
an extended stay in Atlanta with her
niece, Miss Annie Sharpe, who will
accompany her home for a several
weeks' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Rogers have
moved from Lime street and are now
occupying the house at the comer of
Eighth street and Orapge rvenue.
Joseph Lindner Grantham ig the
name that has been given to the fine
son which arrived at the Marion eoun'
ty hospital Sunday afternoon t glad
den the hearts of his parents, Mr, and
Mrs. J. L. Grantham, f Spgrr,
The Y, W. A- of the Baptist church
will meet this evening at $ o'clock at
the Baraca hall and all members and
others interested are urged to be
Mrs. R. S. Hall underwent a sue
cessful operation this morning for
appendicitis and will soon be able to
be out and with her friends again.
fr. A. X Thomas has returned
home from 2 triess inp to ?outh
Miss Ullaine Barnett has returned
to the city after a week's visit with
MUs Jarie Mathews at her hojne at
Mis3 Rhoda Thomas has j-ei&n;
home from a pleasant visit with Mrs.
J. M. Meffert at Lake Weir.
Miss Mwnt Davis as accepted a
position in the offices of Drs. Lindner,
Walters and Dozier.


Mr. John L. Whitfield and Miss
Virginia Hodges were united in mar
riage Sunday evening at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. M. IL Temple,
in Orlando. The wedding was a quiet
affair, only near relatives and a few
friends witnessing the ceremony. Aft
er the weddmg the happy couple and
their guests were served an excellent
supper. Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield will
make their home in Ocala, and their
friends hope for them a long and
prosperous life.
Plenty, of fresh fruits of all kinds;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Store.
Phone 576. Harrmgton Hall block. 3t
Plenty of fresh fruits of all kinds;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Store.
Phone 576. Harrington Hall block. 3t
Plenty of fresh fruits of all kinds;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Stor.
Phone 576. Harrington Hall block. 3t
Mrs. R. L. Martin at Lake Weir,
has had visiting her for the past two
weeks her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Potter
And grandson, Martin Pottel They
returned to Jacksonville yesterday,
and Mrs. Martin accompanied there
for an extended visit.
Mr. Lee Miller has returned home
from a visit with his brother Mr.
Albert Miller at Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. Ora Connor and party of Live
Oak. spent the night in the city with
friends en route to Miami for a visit
They are friends of the family of Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Cook;
Mrs. S. A, Standley left yesterday
afternoon for a month's visit with
relatives in Georgia. During her ab absence
sence absence her son, Mr. Cranford Standley,
will camp on the shores of Lake Weir.
Mr. D. G. Bardin, of the Inter-South
Insurance Co., of Live Oak, was a
visitor in town yetserday en route, to
Mrs. B. F.' Borden left today for
Jacksonville, where she will spend
several days.
. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith and
daughter, Miss Camille Smith, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Edward Cook left this
morning in their car for Melbourne.
At that place Edward will join an another
other another party and proceed to West
Palm Beach, where he wilr visit his
grandmother, Mrs. Benjamin Cook.
Mr. and Mrs, George Pasteur and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cullen and family left this rcorning in
their automobiles for a week's stay at
Daytona Beach.
. Mrs. George Ford of Jacksonville,
arrived in the city this afternoon for
a visit at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers;
One Buipk Six roadster, $550. B.
F. Condon. -: 16-7t
On account of the continued illness
of Mr. Kenneth "MacKay, he left
Ocala Sunday afternoon for Lakeside
hospital. Cleveland, Ohio, for treat treatment,
ment, treatment, Accompanying him were his
mother and brother, Mrs. George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and Mr. Alfred MacKay and Dr.
H: F, Watt. Friends of the family will
learn with much interest that a mes message
sage message from Mrs. MacKay stated that
Kenneth stood the trip well and it is
sincerely heped this young man will
at an early date be entirely restored
to health.
Misses Chiyalette and Marguerite
Smith have returned home from San Sanford,
ford, Sanford, where they spent tvo weeks
with their aunt, Mrs. Ray during the
absence of their parents, Judge and
Mrs. W. E, Smith, who enjoyed a va vacation
cation vacation in New York city,. Washington
and other places. Chivalette and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite were accompanied home by
their cousin, Doiothy Ray. who will be
their guests for several weeks.
Miss Vida Skipper of Zolfo left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Avon Park to visit her
brother for a short time before re returning
turning returning to her home.
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
Smith at his home,' Acgust 8th,' 1921.
T identity of the informant will not
be made public."
J Florida C. Smith (wife),
tf Martin D. Smith ( brother L
Best meals in the city for iG cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket foi f7. Phone
2Q, 3J0 N. Main street 27-tf

The Baptist ladies again served the
Rotarians th?ir weekly luncheon to today.
day. today. It was elegantly prepared and
served and like the two previous ones
was greatly enjoyed. The menu today
consisted of chicken, rice, gravy,
peas, sweet potato 'souffle, ice tea,
hot rolls and ice cream and cake. The
enjoyment of this banquet was added
to greatly by its being served by the
deft and dainty hands of Misses Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Hocker, Lucille Gissendaner,
Sarah Dehon and Elizabeth Home.
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. Cox and
Mrs. Close were the committee in
charge of the arrangements.

Mr. C. P. Paddock and Miss Thelma
Edmondson of Orlando, were unted in
wedlock the other dav.
Harris Powers leaves tonight for
Chicago to be with his mother, Mrs.
Lewis Shepherd until February. Har Har-ras
ras Har-ras is a patriotic boy and h.sists that
he only visits Chicago for Ocala is his
home now and always. From Jack
sonville Harris will take the boat to
Baltimore, going from there to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, where he will visit Senator
Shepherd before going to Chicago.
Mr. F. E. Harris Jr. will accompany
his nephew as far as Jacksonville.
Mr. John McLin, formerly a resi resi-dent
dent resi-dent of Ocala and quite a favorite
with everybody, is in the city until to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, visiting at the home of his
friend, Mr. N. P. Davis. Mr. McLin
is now making his home in Denver,
Mrs. E. K. Sparks and baby have
joined Mr. Sparks in the city and will
make their home4n apartments at the
residence of Mrs. Mary Perdue.
There's no, -extra chargt for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market..
Phone 158. tf
WANTED rClean cotton rags at the
Carroll Motors Co., Fort King ave-.
nue. v 20-3t
WANTED Family sewing work
neatly done. Prices reasonable.
Phone 182. Mrs. Wood and Mrs.
Darling, 10-tf
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. .Private en entrance.
trance. entrance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 80a
Tuscawilla St. 29-tf
HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
. to do your moving, Aong or short
ditsance. Also let me attend to mov moving
ing moving 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.
1280G35, in open face case Duber
special No. 5CG7097. I don't want
the watch, but I do want the thief.
Address C. W. Quick, Candler, Flor-
v ida. &-10t
long distance hauling on short no notice.
tice. notice. Residence phone 1G9; office
phone 117. 15-tf
FOR SALE One L. a Smith type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. Good as new; at a bargain.
Apply to E. A. Revels, over Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala. 3t
FARM WANTED Wanted to hear
from owner of a farm or good land
for salt; pr'ce reasonable. L. Jones,
Box 551, Olney, 111. 23-lt
FOR SALE Scottish Bruce brooch,
real Cairngorm stones finely cut;
sterling silver, government stamp stamped,
ed, stamped, numbered, initialed; rare chance.
Low price. Apply to Star office. 3t
HOME in Ocala Offered at a sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice to settle estate. Just a few
hundred dollars cash, balance easy
terms. See me at once. James
Hall. .Phone 21 S. 23-2t
FOR SALE Eighty acres good pine
land half mile from Belleview de depot,
pot, depot, unfenced. For sale or lease at
reasonable figure. One crop melons melons-will
will melons-will pay for it. Address, P., care
Star office. 23-6t
In excellent 'condition Tires
almost new, at
Murphy Motor Co.
Careful estimates mai on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more ar J bftter
work for the rpor.oy than any ohr
contractor ?d the city. .'

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