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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FOR EC AST Parti j cloudy tonight and Thursday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 70; this afternoon, 87.
VOL 21
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, Wi
NO. 200
OCALA HASEVEHED
THE SCORE AGAI
TREATY OF PEACE
A MOUTH'S REST
fob All OE us
IEIGOFTHE
FARMERS' UIIIOII
JAI111E HITS
CAMP JOIIIISTOII
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GREAT DIRIGIBLE ZR-2 EXPLOD EXPLODED
ED EXPLODED OVER HULL AND IT IS
FEARED MANY LIVES WERE
LOST.

(Associated Fre)
London, Aug. 24. The giant air airship
ship airship ZR-2, purchased by the United
States from Great Brita'n, exploded
over Hull today, according to advices
received here. The airship is a wreck
in the River Humber and it is feared
there was some loss of life. ,; :
The airship was passing over Hull
when suddenly it broke in iwo. A ter terrific
rific terrific explosion followed i'.id the air air-.ship
.ship air-.ship burst into flames and commenced
to fall. Three parachutes were seen
to leave it. Thousands in the streets
watched the disaster which occurred
at 5:40 p. m. "Two dead r.nd a num number
ber number of injured were lande.1 from the
river and conveyed to the Hull infirmary-""
'
CAPTAIN RESCUED
A message from Hull at 7 p. m. said
the airship's captain had been res rescued.
cued. rescued. The message added that some
bodies were recovered. v
FEW AMERICANS ABOARD
Washington, Aug. 24 The navy de department
partment department expressed the opinion that
not more than seven or perhaps twelve
Americans were aboard tlie ZR-2 on
her trial trip.
. ESCAPED IN PARACHUTES
Burning fragments from the air air-hip
hip air-hip caused dense columns of smoke
and flame, which extended hundreds
of feet along the surface of the wa water.
ter. water. Eye witnesses saw at least four
'men descend by parachutes. Three
were came down on one parachute.
! The explosions were of such force
as to wreck many windows in store
fronts.
FIVE SAVED
....
It is known that at least six sur survivors
vivors survivors were picked up, o.ia of them
with a broken leg and one severely
burned.
A dispatch to a press association
from Hull says only five men were
saved from-the crew of forty-nine.
The badly burned body of Lieut. Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Esterly, the radio officer, of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, was taken to a morgue.
Captain Swean, the British officer m
command, was unharmed.
ONE FROM FLORIDA
It was learned that the American
officers on board were Commander
Louis Maxfield, Lieut. Commander
Emery Coil, Valentine Bieg, Lieut.
Este'rley, Lieut. Henry Hoyt of Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, Fla., and Lieut. Little.
A London dispatch Sunday quoted
;the Observer as asserting that during
the first trials of the airship a ten tendency
dency tendency of the dirigible to "hump" de developed
veloped developed and that an inspection reveal reveal-i
i reveal-i ed certain girders had bent and that
i the lattice work had buckler under the
i strain. Remedial measures were

taken the newspaper said, including jagreeable and seemed to have forgot forgot-:
: forgot-: considerable reinforcement of the n v.:- ..u:nt, t i v.

frame work along much of the dirig-
ible's length.
CLEARWATER VOTE TO
ESTABLISH PUBLIC PARK
(Associated Press)
Clearwater, Aug. 24. The taxpay
ers of this city yesterday voted over-
whehnmgly for the city to purchase
the Lake property for $45,000 for park
purposes.
MURPHY MOTOR CO.
Offers a Variety of Used Cars at
Bargain Prices
Many of these can be bought for a
smal leash 'payment. s
Studebaker.
Buick. :
Chandler Dispatch.
Ranger.
National.
Chalmers.
. Maxwell.
Trucks. 20-7t -tw
This is a Studebaker year. tf
".
Drv salt mullet iust in. Thev are
fine. H. B. WIIITTINGTON. 22-3t

Defeated Leesburg on the Home Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Yesterday Afternoon by
Six to Nothing

(il T. I.
The largest crowd on the local park
this year witnessed the ignominous
deefat of the triumphant Leesburg
nine yesterday afternoon. Elrod's
pitching and the work of Elrod's men
administered one glorious-licking to
the Leesburg boys but we will have
to admit that it wasn't as great a
drubbing as they handed out to us
Monday, so we will still have to doff
our caps to them. .
Elrod had the visitors eating out of
his hand the entire game. In fact, he
got better as the afternoon grew
older. After the fifth inning not a
single Leesburg ; man reached first
base. Elrod struck out eleven of the
Lake county boys and walked only one
man. His work holding runners on
base was especially worthy of men mention.
tion. mention. Several of the fleet Lake county
boys were caught napping during the
course of the afternoon's exercises.
Epps of Eustis started the game for
the visitors and pitched a pretty good
game but the Ocala lads secured
quite a number of safe shots from his
delivery and he was replaced in the
sixth by Collins of Umatilla. Collins
allowed two hits in the one and a half
innings he pitched. .
Frank Harris got three hits. Harry
Wood laced out three safe ones and
two of the three were for three bags.
I'll say Harry in some tall hitter and
to see that boy run bases reminds one
of a jack rabbit with a greyhound
close in behind him. Clements got a
two-bagger and a single. Luff man
got" a two-baggen Too much Elrod
was in evidence for any star hitting on
the Leesburg side.
In the field there were several plays
deserving of special mention. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Rolling and Gillespi pulled off a
double play in the second irning that
was fast, and snappy. Luff man was
on first.' Elrod hit to short who toss tossed
ed tossed it to Rolling on second and Rolling
relayed it to Gillespi with a lightning
swiftness, catching Elrod well off the
sack.
The game was umpired by our old
friend Johnny McLin. Johnny is a
former Ocala man and has played pro professional
fessional professional ball for several years. He
knows the game well and umpired a
very good game. According to the
street talk he was entirely fair and
impartial and is accused of only two
mistakes. ; He called Taylor out on
third when bystanders declare he was
safe. He called West out for three
strikes when there were really only
two strikes on the boy. On the whole
the umpiring was very satisfactory
and was pronounced as good by the
majority of those present.
But while we are thinking about
umpires there is a little more to be
i said. Buckles, Rolling and Porter forJ
Leesburg were, on the war path con continually
tinually continually with Sir Umps yesterday.
They beefed about every decision that
he made. They delayed the game
with grunts, groans and complaints on
the least possible excuse and often
manufactured this excuse.
Last night
; after the game Rolling
was very I
- wen u ilia pauivo. aa&iijr tic
flnrvt t, wna nnH t kirlc nnt
,
ed to earn his money. Buckles wasn't
around to express -himself, so we
don't know what he thought about it,
but Archie Porter was very bitter and
claimed that the Ocala folks put in a
prnnl-wl nmnire anrf atnlo tfce ram
jfm ti,pm nn, ,A cr
jknow that this is not a true statement
o the facts The maIla&ement of the
0cala team despises thingJJ First
they hate beefing and dont like to
have a game full of kicking and fuss fussing.
ing. fussing. Second, they do not present ex excuses
cuses excuses and dont look up an alibi when
they lose.
Since Mr. Porter is spreading the
excuse that we stole the game from
them with a crooked umpire I will go
so far as to state that we lost the
game in Leesburg Monday and that
we were far from satisfied with the
umpiring there. We dont claim that
the umpire took the game from us,
for Ocala could not have beaten a
high school team the way they played
Monday, but we do claim that the um

piring of Carpenter was absolutely j Lindsay, Ontario, Aug. 24. Sir
rotten and it is, sincerely hoped by the j Sam Hughes, former Canadian minis minis-Ocala
Ocala minis-Ocala -fans and team that his face j ter of munitions and for many years
will never again shine in the umpire's a figure in political life of the domln-

box when we are playing.
While I am preaching this sermon,

Details Laid Before Republican Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, but Democrats Left in
Outer Darkness

Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 24. Details of
the peace treaty between the United
States and Germany were laid before
the republican members of the Senate
foreign relations committee by Presi President
dent President Harding and Secretary Hughes
at a conference 'today at the White
House.
Senator Lodge, chairman of ''the
committee, announced after the con conference
ference conference he would call a meeting of the
committee for this afternoon at which
time Secretary, Hughes would give
more detailed information as to the
treaty.
The terms. of the treaty are said to
have met with no opposition by any of
the majority members of the commit committee
tee committee and it is declared all gave it cor cordial
dial cordial approval. It is stated the presi president
dent president hopes for ratification of the pact
at an early date.
- Committee members refused to dis discuss
cuss discuss the terms of he treaty but it
was learned that it is comparatively a
short document.
RESTORE FRIENDLY (RELATIONS
Beerlin, Aug. 24. Friendly rela relations
tions relations between the United States and
Germany, interrupted Feb. 3rd, 1917,
were to be retsored by signature of
the peace treaty between the two na nations
tions nations here today.
111 get the whole thing off my mind.
When you play a game, play it for the
sport in it and don't be a bunch of
beefers. It spoils the game for, you
and for the specta tors. When you lose,
lose like a man, and when you win,
win the same way.
Just before the game was over yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, afternoon the coin was tossed
to decide where to play; the last game
of the series. Gordon Epperson of
Leesburg called "tails" and tails it
was so we will play the deciding game
of the season in Leesburg on Labor
Day, Sept. 5th. That day's gate re receipts
ceipts receipts will be divided between the two
teams and it is desired by both towns
that the gate receipts be as large as
possible. Make you plans to attend.
The Box Score
Leesburg AB R H PO A E
West, If ; 4 0 0 0 0 1
Rolling, 2nd 4 0 0 2 5 1
Porter, c ....,-....3 0 1 10 2
Medlin, 3rd ...4 0 0 2 1 0
Buckles, rf .2 0 0 0 0 0
Gillespi, 1st 3 0 1 8 0 1
Martin, ss . . .3 0 0 8 0 1
Collins, cf and p 3 0 0 1 0 1
Epps, p 3,01 0 1 1
Hogan, "cf 1 0 0 0 0 0
30 0 3 24 11 7
AB R H PO A E
.Ocala
Taylor, ss ........4 0 0 0 5 0
Harris, If .........5 2 3 1 -O'O
Wood, c ...v.4 A 3 12 2 0
Liddell, cf .V.;:...4 0 0 1 0 0
Clements, rf ......4 12 10 0
Leavengood, 2nd . .3 1 12 0 1
Brooks, 1st 4 10 8 1 0
Luffman, 3rd .. 3 0 1 11 '1
j Elrod, p . 4 0 11 2 1
35 6 11 27 11 3
Score by innings:
Leesburg .000 000 0000
Ocala ; 002 001 12x 6
Summary: Three base hits. Wood
12; two base hits, Clements, Luffman;
'sacrifice hits, Porter, Leavengood;
! stolen bases, Porter; earned runs,
! Ocala. 3: struck out bv EdDS 6. bv
Elrod. 11: base on balls off Collins 1.
off Elrod 1; double play, Martin to
Rolling to Gillespi. Time. 2:15. Urn-
pire, McLin. Scorer, L. T. I. Attend Attendance,
ance, Attendance, 360 wholes and 27 halves. Re Receipts,
ceipts, Receipts, $186.75.
TWO MORE BODIES TAKEN
FROM RUINS MACON HOTEL
( Associated Press)
Macon, Aug. 24. Two bodies were
taken this morning from the ruins of
the Brown House, which was destroy destroyed
ed destroyed by fire Monday. This brings the
list of known dead to six. One man
is still missing.
SIR SAM HUGHES
ion, died at his home here early today
of pernicious anemia.

It Is the Intention of Congress to
Begin Its Summer Vacation
. this Evening

(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 24. Barring un un-forseen
forseen un-forseen developments. Congress ex expected
pected expected to recess tonight for thirty
days. Both Senate and House when
they met this morning were confront confronted
ed confronted with a number of miscellaneous
matters which it was. the aim of the
leaders to dispose of before declaring
a recess, but it was indicated if the
slate was not wiped clean the vacation
would not be deferred.
BIG HAUL OF BOOZE
Sheriff Thomas and Deputy Perkins
made two raids out into the country
near Reddick last evening and captur captured
ed captured booze, distilling apparatus, etc.,
and otherwise discouraged the moon moonshine
shine moonshine traffic.
One of the stills belonged, to Char Charlie
lie Charlie Brantley colored, who seems to be
in danger of becoming an artist in his
trade. His still was in a barrel, and
the worm is a twisted tube of copper.
Charlie is turning, out a good article.
Some twenty-five quarts of it in grapeV
juice bottles were on the floor of the
sheriff's office this morning. The edi edi-vicinity
vicinity edi-vicinity and some booze was also ab ab-prominent
prominent ab-prominent prohibitionists were pres present,
ent, present, but the sheriff stayed by the
stuff. The repotrer was allowed to
smell it, and pronounced the bouquet
the best that has met his inhaling
faculties since he left Georgia in 1886.
Charlie was absent when the officers
arrived.
Another colored citizen, "Judge"
Shephard, who also had a still in that
viciinty and some hpoze, was also ab absent.
sent. absent. The officers brought in the
booze, the stills and the wives of the
two offenders, committing the ladies
to jail. Charlie and Judge would
have found it more profitable to have
worked this summer.
STEPHENSON WISHED THE
CATHOLICS IN SIIEOL
Birmingham, Aug. 24. There was
no weapon about the body of Father
Coyle when he was shot by Rev. Edwin
Stephenson, August 11th, according
to W. W. Otto, the first witness at to today's
day's today's preliminary trial of the minister
charged with the murder of the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic priest. Otto was one of the first
persons to reach the priest after he
vas shot.
Stephenson had often made the
statement that he "wished the whole
Catholic institution was. in hell 'and
had made frequent threats f gainst the
life of Coyle, according to the testi-
mcny of Mrs. Ruth Stephenson Gush Gush-man,
man, Gush-man, daughter of Stephenson.
AGITATORS STIR UP TROUBLE
ON WEST COAST OF INDIA
Eombay, Aug. 24. A grave situa
tion exists in the Malabar district on
the west coast of British India, where
seditious agitators have been working
on the religious fanaticism of ignor ignorant
ant ignorant natives. There has been serious
mass rioting, bloodshed and destruc destruction
tion destruction of property. The miliatry forces
have fired upon the rioters, causing
many casualties. The railroads have
ben cut, posoffices robbed and mob
law is almost supreme in several
small towns.
RAILROAD LABOR HEADS
CONFER IN CLEVELAND
Cleveland. Aug. 24. The chief ex executives
ecutives executives of five big railroad trans transportation
portation transportation labor organizations resumed
their conferences here this morning in
an effort to complete the draft of a
strike ballot to be presented 4t0,000
active members throughout the coun country.
try. country. The ballot probably will be
mailed next week for a referendum
vote.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
TRAIN WENT INTO CREEK
Grand Junction, Colo, Aug. 24.
The engineer was killed and 25 pas passengers
sengers passengers were injured when a Denver
& Rio Grande passenger train was
wrecked 13 miles east of here early
today. A small bridge had washed
out an the train plunged into the
creek.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

A Large and Enthusiastic Attendance
on the Conference in
Ocala

The annual convention of the Flor Florida
ida Florida division of the Farmers' Union
convened here this morning in the
equrt house at 10 o'clock, with Presi President
dent President J. L. Shephard presiding. A
most interesting business session, dur-L
ing which a number of important
talks were made, lasted" until 1:30.
The session was well attended, the
court room being crowded. The num number
ber number of out of town delegates who reg registered
istered registered this morning was smaller than
expetced. The number registered was
about 35."
This afternoon the visiting dele delegates
gates delegates and a number of the members
of the Marion County Farmers' Union
and a number of citizens of Ocala are
enjoying a boat ride down Silver
river and a basket picnic at the head
of the springs as guests of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County" Board of Trade and the
Marion County Farmers' Union. Mr.
C. S. Barrett, president of the Na National
tional National Farmers' Union, was unable to
be present at the convention, being
detained in Kansas. y sf
This morning's session was opened
with the singing of "America," led
by Mr. H. L. Shearer, president of the
Marion County Farmers' Union. The
invocation was offered by Rev. W. F.
Creson of the Presbyterian church.
President Shearer, welcomed the visit visiting
ing visiting delegates. He then introduced
President J. L. Shephard "as a man
who has done as much as any man
in Florida for the farmers." Presi President
dent President Shep'hard introduced Col. R. F.
Rogers, who welcomed the visitors in
behalf of the city of Ocala. The re response
sponse response to this welcome was made by
Mr. Hiatt, state agent in charge of
boys' work. An address was made by
Mr. T. J. Brooks, chief clerk of the
state department of agriculture on the
"Functions of Farmers." He urged the
importance of organization among
farmers and pointed out the necessity
for the farmers having a voice in
Washington by means of which they
could make known to the national leg legislators
islators legislators the opinions of the farmers in
regard to national legislation. Mr." E.
W. Jenkins, district extension agent,
stressed the importance of distribu distribution
tion distribution and production. The problem of
distribution was the outstanding prob problem
lem problem discussed during the morning
session. Miss Agnes I.' Webster, of
Tallahassee, spoke on the "Woman's
Part in the Farm Organization"; Mr.
C. K. McQuarrie, state agent of ex extension
tension extension work, on "The Part the Farm Farmers'
ers' Farmers' Union has Played in the Fight for
Better Farmers in Florida"; Mr. J. E.
Turlington, of Gainesville, spoke on
"What the Farmers Union' has Done
in my Community and How It Did It."
Mr. Turlington stated that the farm farmers'
ers' farmers' union in Alachua county had ar arranged
ranged arranged to employ a sales agent to sell
all of the products produced by the
members of the farmers' union in the
county. Mr. S. H. Strung of Juniper,
spoke on "What the Farmers' Union
has been worth to Gadsden County."
Mr. H. P. Peterson of West Jocoi,
spoke on co-operative selling of farm
products. The session closed with an
address by Mr. L. M. Rhodes, state
marketing commissioner, on the "Ac "Accomplishments
complishments "Accomplishments and Possibilities of the
Farmers' Unfon." Among other things,
Mr. Rhodes stated that the farmers'
union was largely responsible for the
rural credits act. He touched on the
exorbitant freight rates and their ef effect
fect effect on farmers, and stated that no
headway could be made unless freight
rates were reduced. He sighted in instances
stances instances of where crops shipped had
brought the farmer who produced
them less than the railroads that haul hauled
ed hauled them.
The convention will be convened in
the court house at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning.
$100 REWARD
The above reward will be paid for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of the party or parties im
plicated in the attack, upon James
Smith at his home, August 8th, 1921.
The identity of the informant will not
be made public.
Florida C. Smith (wife),
tf Martin D. Smith (brother).
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. ) Main Street Market. 11-tf
A GOOD CAP for $1.00 FIS EEL'S.

Hustling City by the SU Johns Trying"
to Secure Great Vocational
School for the State

(Associated Press)
- Jacksonville, Aug. 2"4. There were
rapid developments today in the cam campaign
paign campaign to secure for Camp Johnston
one of the proposed vocational train
ing universities. An invitation was
received today from Colonel Forbes,
director of the bureau of vocational
training, for a delegation to meet him
in Washington Monday to put for forward
ward forward the claims of Florida, and the"
following have been appointed mem members
bers members of the committee:
President Adair, of the chamber of
commerce; Mayor John W. Martin;
Frank Owen, chairman of the city
commission; Adjutant General Lovell,
and Major Quimby Melton, general
manager of the Florida Metropolis.
Colonel Forbes has already agreed
to postpone the selection of the south
eastern university site until after
October 1st, on which date he expects
to inspect Camp Johnston personally.
GOOD WORK OF FLORIDA
TROOPS AT CAMP JOHNSTON
On August 2nd a four-day school of
instruction beganNyat Camp Johnston,
to which two officers and eight non
commissioned officers or selected pri
vates from each organization of the
guard reported. This school was con
ducted, by Major Walter Moore, U. S.
army, instructor. It was expected
that three captains and seven ser
geant specialists from Camp Benning,
Ga., would be detailed as assistant in instructors.
structors. instructors. Because of lack of appro appropriation
priation appropriation these were not sent. Two
sergeant instructors of the regular
army, detailed for duty in this state,
assisted in the instructions, and Maj.
C. H. Wilson and Capt. G. M. Coslick,
Florida National Guard, recently
graduated at the infantry school,
Camp Benning, where they took the
course for National Guard officers,
lectured in machine gunnery, musket musketry,
ry, musketry, light trench mortar and howitzer
work Lectures were also delivered, by
the following officers of the guard:
Major J. R. Hennig, Major Y.' O.
Brown, Captain J. A. Register and
Captain G. W. Bassett, judge advo-
vate.
The object of the four-day school
was to train organization representa representatives
tives representatives to assist in training and instruc
tion of their own companies. These
reported for the 15-day encampment
on August 5th, beginning "work the
next morning at reveille. The morn morning
ing morning was devoted to technical instruc instruction
tion instruction and tactical 'exercises. In the
afternoon target practice was engag engaged
ed engaged in by two battalions, while the
third spent this time in recreational
athletics and games, going through
the hardening process.
Special effort was made to inculcate
moral and regimental esprit which re resulted
sulted resulted in fine military bearing, neat-
nes sof appearance and prompt rendi
tion of military courtesies. The spirit
of competition was brought about
through competitive drills and tracic
meets. Cups and other prizes were
awarded. A swimming meet and
baseball games for the regimental
championship were held.
The state shoot for the Taliferro
trophy is now going on between teams
from each organization, composed of
seven men each. At the conclusion of
this shoot, the team to represent the
Florida National Guard at tlie nation national
al national rifle matches. Perry, Ohio, will be
selected.
General Charles P. Lovell, the ad adjutant
jutant adjutant genera!, ;s quoted as having
said that the encampment just con concluded
cluded concluded was "the best National Guard
camp thta I ever saw." Governor
Carey A. Hardee, who visited the
camp and for whom a special program
was arranged, expressed himself as
being more than pleased.
PRICES CUT IN HALF
FOR FIVE DAYS ONLY
Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 23rd, and
1ni-Hn!T nntil SatnrrJav. Aue. 27th. I
will 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 material
rial material 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 ad-antage
antage ad-antage of these prices and come to
see me this week. Yours truly,
22-5t -"EUGENE A. REVELS.



OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1921

Ocala Evening Star
Published Every limy KirfU ?dy by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

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a city enter into it. During the last
two years, a number of our older citi citizens
zens citizens have passed away. Some had
filled out their days, some were sub subject
ject subject to accident or sickness with which
the condition of the town had nothing
to do. Ocala generally stands well on
the health list and well or ill it finds
no fault with the state board, which
we believe is doing its honest best.
But it is more unkindness than enter enterprise
prise enterprise to make comparisons : detri detrimental
mental detrimental to another town about its
death rate, and the Star will have
none of it.

Why all this loose talk about pro prohibition
hibition prohibition failing It has not failed on
us.

Right now, the city should start a
raid on the weeds. The hot sun would
prove a warm ally. y

The Gainesville News is entering
cn its third year of successful publi publication.
cation. publication. Here's wishing it three hun hundred.
dred. hundred. ;

The word "disarmament" 1 in the
coming conference at Washington is
misused. The conference will con

sider reducing armament, but it is not!

likely that any nation will consent to
disarm t v':-

If all the officers in the state would
keep af ter the moonshiners as closely
as does the sheriff, of this county,
Florida liquor would ber about four
times as scarce as it is. He makes
them keet their heads down.

THORN'S ANTE-

3IORTEM THOUGHTS

Mr. Ralnh Stoutamire, agricultural
editor of the Florida Agricultural Ex Experiment
periment Experiment Station at Gainesville, is in
the city, attending the meeting of the
convention of the Florida Farmers'
Union. "He paid the Star an appre appreciated
ciated appreciated call this morning.

Lakeland has been ; helping General
James A. Cox celebrate his birthday.
This fine old gentleman has just pass passed
ed passed his 84th milepost. He is ranking
officer of the Confederate veterans,
beloved by his neighbors and honored
by the entire state.
The business in phony oil, airplane
and auto stock seems to be at least
temporarily falling of. The fakirs are
now offering municipal bonds of Euro European
pean European cities, particularly Poland. If
you receive a letter offering to sell
you a nice municipal bond to '. build
waterworks for the city of Cracow,
regard it as so much bull and hand it
to the postmaster.
Editor Benjamin, of the Ocala Star,
says it has been quite a while since he
got the worst of an argument. All
editors, however; have 'this same feel feeling.
ing. feeling. Jacksonville Metropolis.
It is not very, difficult to win an
' argument. All you have to do is to
hunt up your facts in advance. If you
can't find them, don't argue.
Our neighbor, Orange county, is
something of a wag. Just goover on
the Mount Dora-Plymouth road and
see how the Orange county road sign
is set in vabout seven miles so that
county will not have to claim the bad
road in that "no man's land." Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Commercial. :
. Set up a sign of your own, on your
county line.

Thorn, of the Kissimmee Valley

Gazette, hasn't bought his coffin in ad

vance, but. what is better, has written

his own obituary, for anybody can buy
a coffin, but nobody but Thorn could

write the following:

Some of these days
When I'm called on to move
Into an unexplored tenement
Where IH not have rent to pay,
And. my vast estate
Will settle with the. driver,
I'd like to have a few words
From the Florida Press
That will sound as good
As those I have received
While in "their midst."
But fr th' love of Annie,
Don't spill a 4ot of gush
That isn't really true.
The Press 'is too Prone
After a man "cashes in,"
To tell things about him
That would give Friend Gabriel
An awful paralytic shock
If Gabe should ever see it
And the Recording Angel
Would feel absolutely sure
He'd checked th'. wrong invoice.
It would hurt my feelings
Provided any feelings were left--
To have some preacher,
Well-intentioned, but misled.
Descant upon specified virtues
That I never possessed;.
Folks who well knew me

Would chort and chuckle about

And those celebrated
Fourteen candles about my feet
As well as the couple o' dozen
Arranged about my head
-Would flicker and' flee
With the speed of a jackrabbit -t
Getting rapidly away
From a parcel of pretty pups,
If the clergyman so camouflaged.
I'd like it merely said
That I played a square game;
That I never slipped a card
From the bottom of the deck;
That I never double-crossed
Any human being
(Politicians aint human beings).
. I would like to have added
That, I never turned my back
On a friend or an enemy;
The former I stuck to
And the latter I would forgive,
But I never'd forget.
"Look Up and Lift Up"
Was the motto of a society
To which I once belonged;
But I found right away
There was altogether
Too much looking up
And too durned little lifting up;
Whereupon I at once quit
Or else I was fired;
I refuse to say which.
I'd also be mttch pleased
To have it publicly stated v
That I've thoroughly enjoyed

The St. Petersburg Independent has
jumped on Ocala on account of the
State Board of Health report of deaths
in the two cities the last year. We
respectfully beg leave to tell Editor
Brown that we do not consider it good
taste or good policy for one city to
brag over another' city because the
first has a lower death rate.: Especial Especially
ly Especially when the bragging is done for pure purely
ly purely advertising-purposes. A number of
years ago, another Florida paper mis misrepresented
represented misrepresented Ocala as having a higher
death rate than its town. We corrected
.it, but it wasn't fair enough to ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge the correction and we let the
matter drop. In 1918, very few Ocala
people died of the flu, but we did not
brag of it. In this case the state board
has given Ocala a higher death rate
than St. Petersburg, but given Ocala
a lower death rate than some other
cities. We haven't refered to either.
A death rate is a very uncertain thing
and many factors beside the health of

it;

All my various failings
With which I've been accredited accredited-Arid
Arid accredited-Arid then some!
I believe, as did Confucius,
That a splendid thought
Is contained in his utterance:
"Return good for good -"And
for evil return justice
"With no admixture of revenge.1
I never could have a heart
To "love my enemies";
I might pity the poor fools
But "love" 'em ? Nothing doing.
The Press can file this note
In the "morgue" for future use.
One can never foretell
When little things are needed.
As the young father remarked
When the washing didnt return.
And one thing-more:
The various papers might add
That if there was anyone
Who had less money
And more fun than I,
He'd be entitled to a seat
Just above mine;
Folks will find me located
With Noah, and with Solomon
And with the Queen of Sheba
Talking over old times.
Yassum.
I thank you.

LIFE

FIRE

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I see by the papers," said Workman
' McVey,
Us laborin' fellers got nothin' to say.
It's run at the bosses' direction.

It's the poor common guy what is. al

ways the goat.
The whole thing's a frame let me
shout it.

It's so crooked I ain't gonna bother to

vote,
But they oughter do something
about it.' i
i
I see by the papers," said Retailer
Rand,
"It soon will be time to cast ballots.

But what sort of chance do us trades

people stand
When they'll beat in our beezers

with mallets?

The crooks are all running for office

in shoals,
There might be one straight, but I
doubt it.
I won't bother ever to go to the
polls i
yBut they oughter to do 'something
i about it."
I 1 ..
"I see by the oapers," said Millionaire
Bly
"They'll choose a new administra-
' tion.
But what can we do when the voting's
done by -The
scum and the dregs of the na nation
tion nation ?
The people Pure rot, it's the rabble,
the foam.
They can't run a city without it.
Intelligent classes- like me stay at
home

But they oughter do something
about it." -t
The workman, the tradesman, the
plutocrat strong, )
I When voting's to do, rather scout it,
It's not up to them to correct what is
wrong
But "they' 'oughter do something
about it. St. Petersburg Times.

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PANISH

0UBL00NS
By
CAMILLA KENTON
Copyright. Tba Befcte-MaRfil Cmof
"There, there, auntie, I said sooth soothingly.
ingly. soothingly. of course you are not going to
leave your bones on this Island. If
yoa did yoa know, you and Bill Halli Halli-well
well Halli-well might ha'nt around together
think how cozy! (Here Aunt Jane
cave a convulsive shudder.) As to
my being married, Jf you were betting
Just now on anybody's chances, they
would nave to be Captain Magnus',
wouldn't they?"
' "Good gracious, Virginia 1 shrieked
Aunt Jane faintly. But I went on re
lentlessly, determined to distract her
mind from thoughts of her approach
ing end.
"All things considered, I suppose
really ought to ask you to put my af
fairs In order when you tret back. If
1 am carried off by the pirates, natu
rally I shall have to jump overboard
at once, though I dislike the idea of
drowning, and especially of being
eaten by sharks. Would you mind
putting up a little headstone it
needn't cost much In the family plot,
.with Just 'Virginia on it? And miy-
, thing of mine that you don't want your-
self I'd like Bess to have for the
' !uby, please. Ask her when the little
duck is old enough to tell her my sad
story-
By this time Aunt Jane was sob sobbing
bing sobbing loudly and waving her little harid9
about in wild beseeching.
"Jane broke in Miss Browne again
in awful tones. But at that moment
: the door of the cabin opened and the
face of Sllnker peered in.
"Say," he remarked, "there ain't no
sense In you girls stayin' cooped up
here that I see. I guess me and Horn-
can stand you off if you try to rush
us. Come out and cool off a little."
The great heat of the day was over
and the sun already dropping behind
the peak of the Island. Mr. Shaw
and Cuthbert had been allowed to sit
in the shade, and I thought their
wrists were not too tightly bound for
comfort. Cookie had been released.
and under the eye of Horney was get
ting supper. Crusoe had earlier lot
the day received a kick in the ribs
from Captain Magnus, fortunately too
much occupied ) with the prisoners to
pursue his vengeance further, and had
fled precipitately, to my enormous re relief.
lief. relief. The dog was quite wise enough
to know that he would help me bes
by keeping out of the clutches of our
common foe.
Just then there come from the woods
the sound of footsteps and voices, and
the three pirates and Mr. Tubbs en
tered the clearing. A thrill ran through
the enmp. Captors and captives forgot
all else but the great, the burning
question had the treasure been dis
covered? And I am sure that no one
was so thrilled as I, although in my
mind the question took another form.
For now 1 was going to know what
had been waiting for me there in
the cave, when I stood yesterday at Its
black entrance, afraid to go in.
- CHAPTER XVI.
From Dead Hands.
At the head of the file. Capt Tony
advanced through the clearing, and
what with hfs flowing black' beard, his
portly form and a certain dramatic
swapger which be possessed, he looked
so entirely Italian and operatic that
you expected to hear him at any mo moment
ment moment burst out in a sonorous basso
W4th a sweeping gesture he flunsr
down upon the table fwo bro.vn can canvas
vas canvas bags, which opened and discharged
from gaping mouths a flood of goldeu
coins.
Slinker and the cross-eyed man
shouted aloud. They ran and clutched
it the coins with a savage greed.
'Gold, gold the real stuff! Ii'a tin
doubloons, all right where's the rest
of "em?" The? cries broke from
Slinker and Horny confusedly as the
gold slid jingling between their eager
fingers.
The" rest of 'em Is where they Is,"
pronounced Tony oracularly. Sotne Sotne-wheres
wheres Sotne-wheres In the sand of the cave, of
course. Well dig 'em up tomorrow
morning."
"What, was the point in not digging
em all up while you was about it?"
demanded Slinker. lowering. "What
was the god o digging up jest these
here couple.o' bags and quitting?"
"Because we didn't dig 'em up," re responded
sponded responded Tony darkly. "Because these
was all ready and waiting. Because
all we had to do as to say Thanks,'
to the feller that handed 'em out. V.e
cot these here bags of doubloons, as
1 says, without bavin' to dig for em
oncet we had found the cave, whirl?
It's no thanks to old Wahtubs we
ain't looking for it yet. We got tht--
here bags right out of the fists of a
skeleton. Jlost of him was under a
rock, which had fell from the roof and
pinned him amidships. Must of
squashed him like a beetle, I guess.
But he'd still kep his bold on the
bags." I turned aside, for fear that
anyone should see how white I was.
To the rest, these poor bones might in indeed
deed indeed bear mute wiiess to a tragedy,
but a tragedy lacking outlines, vague.
Impersonal, wlthoutjol:nacj. T me.

they tolQ Vlfh dreadful clearness'' um
last tad chapter of the tale of ,JtVter;
Peter who had made me so intimately
his confidante, whose love and hopes
and solitary strivings I knew all

about.
Vaguely I heard around me a babble
of exclamations and conjectures. Mur Murmurs
murs Murmurs of interest rose even from our
captive band. Then came, Slinkera
voice, loud with sudden fear:
"Say, you don't suppose the the
Bones would of got away with the rest
of the coin somehow, do you?" he de
manded.
"Got away with it? Tony contemp
tuously thrust aside the possibility.
"Got away with it how? He sure
didn't leave the island with it, did he?
Would he f dug it up from one place
Jest to bury it In another? Huh! Must
of wanted f work if he did! Now, tiy
notion is that. this happened to one of
the guys that was burying the gold,
and that the rest jest left him there
for a sort of scarecrow to keep other
people out of the cave.
"But the gold?" protested Slinker.
"They wouldn't leave that for a
scarecrow, would they?
"Maybe not." admitted Tony; "but
suppose that feller died awful slow,
and went on hollering and clutching at
the bags? Well, that cave wouldn't
be a pleasant place to stay In, would
It? And no ene would have the nerve
to snatch them bags away to bury
'era, 'cause a dying man, especially
when he dies hard, can have an awful
grip. So what they done was Just to
shovel the sand in on the gold they'd
stowed away and light out quick."
If the ingenuity of this reasoning
was more remarkable than Its logic.
the pirates were not the men rp find
fault with It. Desire is the most elo
quent of advocates, and the five ruffi ruffians
ans ruffians had only to listen to its voice to
enjoy in anticipation all the fruits of
their iniquitous schemes. The Bight
of the golden coins intoxicated them.
They played with the doubloons like
children. Jingling them In their cal calloused
loused calloused palms, guessing at weight and
value, calculating their equivalent in
the Joy of living. Laughter and oaths
resounded.
And now the night that I unutter
ably dreaded was upon us. But the
pirates still thought of nothing but the
gold. They had exhausted their own
portable supplies of liquor, and were
loud in their denunciations of our bone bone-dry
dry bone-dry camp, as they termed It.
It was Tony who intercepted a ten tentative
tative tentative movement of Capt.Magnus In
my direction, and ordered me Into the
cabin with my aunt and Miss Browne.
Through the walls of the hut we heard
loud and eager talk of the morrow and
its certain golden harvest as the pi pirates
rates pirates made their dispositions for the
night. Then the voices trailed off
sleepily and silence succeeded, broken
only by the ceaseless murmur of the
waves around the island.
CHAPTER XVII
Of Which Cookie Is the Hero.
Nxt iiinminx I came out of the hut
In time to se Mr. Shaw and his eora eora-paniou
paniou eora-paniou in duress led forth from the
sleeping quarters which they had
shared with their captors. They were
moored as before to a palm tree, by
a rope having a play of two, or three
ieet, and their hands unbound while
they made a hasty breakfast under
the eye of a watchful sentinel. Then
their wri'sis weie tied again-, not pain pain-t'ullv.
t'ullv. pain-t'ullv. !ui wuli a lirmness which mad?

f rjf U Good! from
the first drop )
U--r Si to the last JJ
rr try.-

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any" slipping of ibeir bonds'inipbssiDie. j

nue me pirates were ureutkiauus
a spirited dispute took place among
them as to who should go to the treas treasure
ure treasure cave and who stay in camp to
guard the prisoners. Slinker and
Horny urged with justice that, as they
had missed all the excitement of the
preceding day, it was their turn to
visit the cave. The right to see the
"Bones they passionately claimed. Tony-
supported them, and it ended with
Chris and Captain Magnus being tld
off as our guards for the morning.
In leaving the cabin I had slipped into
my blouse a small penknife which I
had found in Aunt Jane's bag. It was
quite new, and I satisfied myself that
the blades were keen. My own large
sheath-knife and my revolver I had
been deprived of at the suggestion of
' the thoughtful Magnus. I had surren surrendered
dered surrendered them unprotestingly, fearful of
all things that my possessions might
be ransacked and Peter's diary, though
hidden with much art at the bottom of
the bag, be brought t light. For I
might yet sell the secret of the Island ;
Queen at a price which, should re redeem
deem redeem us alL
As the heat increased a voice of
lamentation broke from Chris. He was
drydry enough to drink up the con condemned
demned condemned ocean. No, he didn't want
spring water, which Cookiekbsequious Cookiekbsequious-ly
ly Cookiekbsequious-ly tendered him; he wanted a drink
wouldn't anybody but a. fool nigger
know that? There was plenty of the
real stuff aboard the schooner, on the
other side of the adjective Island.
Why had they, with incredible lack of
forethought, brought along nothing
but their pocket flasks? Why hadn't
they sent the adjective nigger back
for more? Where was the bottle or
two that bad; been rooted out last
nighf. from the medical stores? Empty?
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Auto Repairing
Grfsolmc, Oils and Grease
Lare line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
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Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252 V
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To Your Measure
I am now showing an at attractive
tractive attractive line of blue and black
serges, also Tropical worsttds
and Scotch tweeds, Flannels,
Venetians and vaxieu.i ther
weaves. ,
Satisfaction Guaranteed
J. A. CHANDLER
Second Floor Thompson Build Build-ins:,
ins:, Build-ins:, Opposite Harrington Hall
You going to buy at HAR HAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' HAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because the: e youH save money.. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf .'
Day I'hone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacK AY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
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
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DOLLAR, WEEK at Fishel's now.
Bring us your
WELDING
and Auto Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
Ocklawaha Ave.
& Orange St.
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DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's now. j
One Hupmobile roadster, model 20, j
first class condition, $75. B. F. Con- j
don. 16-7t
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con-i'
tract work. Gives more and better j
.work for the money than any other j
rntractor in the city. ;
In New York taking a
post graduate
course. ; fl
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nii. K. J. WEIHE.
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Let us .exchange your old furniture H
for new. We can furnish you every-' s
thing for your home. Theus Brothers.
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Adults 20c
111 DIGESTION
Buiy, Public Official Says Thed Thedford's
ford's Thedford's Black-Draught Helps Hin
Keep Physically Fit
Clay City, Ky. "I have been la
business here for twenty-one years;
am also coroner, riding the Kentucky
n ilig and hollows in all kinds of
weather and under all kinds of- con conditions,"
ditions," conditions," says Mr. Sam T. Carr, of this
place. "To be able to do so, I most
keep physically fit, and Thedford's
Iack-Draught is my stand-by.
"These trips used to give me head head-.ches,
.ches, head-.ches, and that, I found, came t from
mrried meals or from constipation.
"I was convinced that Black-Draught
a3 good, so now I use it, and it gives
perfect satisfaction. It acts on the
' iver, relieves indigestion, and certain certain-v
v certain-v Is splendid. I am never without it."
When you have a feeling of discom discom-ort
ort discom-ort after meals, causing a bloating
Sensation,' headache, bad Breath, and
similar common symptoms.' try taking
i pinch of Black-Draught after meals
i pinch of the dry powder, washed
iown with a swallow of water. This
has been found to assist the stomach
md liver to carry on their normal
vork, and helps prevent, or relieve,
onstipation.
Yoar druggi3t can supply you with
this well-known, purely-vegetable liver
nedicine. Iusist upon Thedford's. the
original and only genuine Black Black-.Draught
.Draught Black-.Draught liver medicine. NC-137a
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ADVERTISEMENTS
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 Z. C. Bryant, 805
Tupcawilla St. 29-tf
HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
to do your moving, long or short
ditsance. Also let me attend to mov moving
ing moving baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrey, phone 434. 4-tf
BAXTER .TRANSFER CO. Short or
long 'distance hauling on short no notice.
tice. notice. "Residence phone 169; office
phone 117. v 15-tf
FOR SALE One L. C. 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
FOR SALE Scottish Bruce brooch,
real Cairngorm stone3 finely cut;
sterling silver, government stamp stamped,
ed, stamped, numbered, initialed; rare chance.
5 Low price. Apply to Star office. 3t
BEST TEN ACRE SUBURBAN
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 218. 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
, will pay for it. Address, P., care
Star office. 23-6t
! FOR RENT Three room cqttage, all
conveniences; 513 .Ninth street. Ap Apply
ply Apply E. A. Revels studio. 24-tf
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Phone 305
Barney Spencer
Phone 431
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Funeral Directors, Embaliners
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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v If 7ou have any society items for
che Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tucker and
daughter and Mrs. Tucker's sister,
Miss Anita Croom Smith, left 'this
afternoon for an automobile trip to
St. Augustine and Jacksonville.
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. J ust in at the Fort King Conf ection-
ery Pears, peaches, Malaga and Cali Cali-'fornia
'fornia Cali-'fornia grapes, apples, avocado pears,
j tomatoes, cantaloupes, celery, beans
' and okra. Phone 596. 24-3t
j New fall line of John B. Stetson
hats just in at Waterman's Haber Haberdashery.
dashery. Haberdashery. 24-3t
CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER, 49c. at
the U-SERVE STORES.
23-3t
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's now.
. Miss Annie Rooney is enjoying va
1 1 visit in Tampa with friends.
Everything in the line of house fur
nishings may be found here. New fur
niture exchanged for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's, 20-27.
Mrs. C. A. Todd and son are at
Hawks Park for a few weeks' visit
with Mrs. Todd's mother, Mrs. Fanny
M. Neal.
Plenty of fresh fruits of all kinds;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Store.
Phone 576. Harrington Hall block. 3t
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishel's now.
Mr. L. E. McGee, will within the
netx few days sever his connection
with the Vogue and accept a position
in the office of Mr. C. C. Bryant, pub public
lic public accountant.
Just in at the Fort King Confection Confectionery
ery Confectionery Pears, peaches, Malaga and Cali California
fornia California grapes, apples, avocado pears,
tomatoes, cantaloupes, celery, beans
and okra. Phone 596. 24-3t
New fall line of John B. Stetson
hats just in at Waterman's Haber Haberdashery.
dashery. Haberdashery. 24-3t
W. K. Lane, M. D-, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
BOYS PANTS $1.00 at FISHEL'S.
Mrs E. R. Mills and son, Richard,
returned to their home on East Eighth
street today, after a two weeks visit
at Daytona Beach, as the guests of
Mrs. Mills, aunt, Mrs. L.K. Edwards.
One Buick Six roadster, $550. B.
F. Condon. 16-7t
Dry salt mullet just in. They are
fine. H. B. WHITTINGTON. 22-3t
5 pairs Child's Hose $1 FISHEL'S.
Have you tried Norris' Variety can candies
dies candies at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
Mrs. Harry Dozier and Mrs. Philip
Murphy left yesterday in the former's
car for a few days' visit at Daytona
Beach. r
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Our new fall line of the famous
Hart Schaffner & Marx men's and
boys' suits are now in. Come in and
make your selections. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. 24-t3
. Call phone 108 when you want- groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
This is a Studebaker year.
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Among the good things at the Fort
King Confectionery are beans, okra,
celery, cantaloupes, cauliflower avo avocado
cado avocado pears, apples, pineapples, grapes
and pears. 22-3t
. Miss Marie Roberson returned to
Palatka today after a visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck.
Miss Roberson is a bi jght and charm charming
ing charming young lady and made many friends
here who: look forward to her return
for other visits.'
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
Full new line of Manhattan Shirt3
just in at Waterman's Haberdashery?"
KEDS $1.00 EACH at ITSHEL'S.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES
Cash and 0rry Store. 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf

PLEASANT PARTIES

The picturesque home of Mr. and
5frs. M. A. Ten Eyck was the scene
yesterday morning and afternoon of
-two enjoyable parties at which Mrs.
Ten Eyck was the hostess, entertain entertaining
ing entertaining in the morning in compliment to
her guest, Miss Marie Roberson of
Palatka, and in the afternoon in honor
of Miss Lois Livingston a bride-elect
of the 31st of this month.
The spacious front porch was uni uniquely
quely uniquely and artistically enclosed with
Spanish moss, which gracefully hung
from the eaves to the floor and further
adding a cozy appearance to the oc occasion
casion occasion were potted plants and cut flow flowers.
ers. flowers. In the morning Mrs. Ten Eyck's in invitation
vitation invitation list included mostly the
neighborhood girls and those who will
soon be leaving for college. As the
guests arrived for the morning party
Mrs. Ten Eyck greeted thenv at the
door with her charming honoree, Miss
Marie Roberson, and after this intro introduction
duction introduction Miss Henrietta Livingston
served fruit punch from a table lovely
j in its decorations at one side of the
porch.
Some or the guests brought their
fancy work, while others enjoyed
games of rook and in every way the
gathering was most happy and enjoy
able. Those invited for the morning
ot meet Miss Roberson were Misses
Delia and Henrietta Livingston. UI
laine Barnett, Rhoda Thomas, Ruth
Warner, Caroline White, Maud Little,
Mary and Edna Bryce, Irene Tomp
kins.'Lyndal Mathews. Leonora Colby,
Ruth Simmons, Annie Rooney, Mar
garet Overton and Mrs. Sam Phillips,
In conclusion Mrs. Ten Eyck served
a two-course luncheon which consisted
of chicken salad, hot rolls, pickles, ice
tea, fruit jelled with cream and angel
food and chocolate cake.
In the afternoon at four o'clock
about twelve guests arrived in special
compliment to Miss Lois Livingston.
mis arrair. as well as the morning
party, was of an informal Mature.
Mrs. Ten Eyck, Miss Livingston and
Miss Roberson met the guests at they
arrivea ana afterwards they were
served to punch by Miss Catherine
Livingston from a cozy nook in the
comer of the reception hall. Three
tables were placed in the large living
room, which was made attractive with
flowers and pleasant by electric fans,
and the guests gathered for games.
Miss Marguerite Edwards and Miss
Catherine Livingston excelled m the
games and were the fortunate winners
o fa box of stationery and a Madeira
handkerchief.
And then came the surprise of the
afternoon, when Miss Livingston was
presented with a dainty pink basket
filled with a collection of fancy hand handkerchiefs.
kerchiefs. handkerchiefs. It was a joy to all present
to witness the enthusiasm and anima
tion with which Miss Livingston open opened
ed opened each remembrance.
The guests again found places at
the card tables and were served a
two-course supper consisting of chick chicken
en chicken salad, pickles, hot rolls, ice tea,
ice cream, angel food and chocolate
cake.
The following were those present at
the afternoon affair: Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Jr.,"" Mrs. Edmund Martin,
Misses Annie Pope and Katie Mae
Eagleton, Catherine Livingston, Sue
Moore, Onie Chazal, Lois Livingston,
Marguerite Edwards, Callie G-issen-daner,
Eloise Henry, Marie Roberson,
Odele Bittinger and Alice Bullock.
These two parties were among the
most delightful gatherings of the
season and those present are indebted
to Mrs. Ten Eyck and the honorees
for exceedingly enjoyable and me memorable
morable memorable occasions.
Jergen's toilet soap 85c per dozen
at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
6 yds. HICKORY $1 FISHEL'S.
Friends of Mr. J. M. Broom are
glad to see him out again after his-re-cent
operation for appendicitis. Since
leaving the hospital, Mr. Broom has
been enjoying a visit with his family
in Atlanta.
Our new fall line of the famous
Hart Schaffner & Marx men's and
boys' suits are now in. Come in and
make yoar selections. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. 24-t3
Miss Rhoda Thomas has returned
home from a pleasant visit with Mrs.
J. M. Meffert at Lake Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Moyers, their
daughter, Miss Moyers and their son,
Edward loyers, of Tampa, have leas leased
ed leased the DeWitt home on St. Johns ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Riverside, and will spend the
winter in Jacksonville. Mr. Moyers
is a representative of the Mercury
Manufacturing Co., of Chicago, and
hi3 wife is a successful writer, and
will be remembered as a writer of
many of the Sidney Drew comedies,
which came from her prolific pen. -Times-Union.
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CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER. 49c at
the U-SERVE STORES. 23-3t

TUESDAY AUCTION CLUB

Miss Alice Sexton -was hostess last
evening, entertaining the Tuesday
evening auction club, and in addition
to the regular members and filling
places for those absent, Miss Sexton
invited the following: Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood, Mrs. Jones of MUledge-vile.-Ga
Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Mrs. O. E.
Cox, Mrs. R. J. Perkins and Misses
Adele Bittinger and Ethel Horne. The
guests enjoyed auction in the living
room for several hours and on com comparing
paring comparing scores, it was found that Mrs.
Mack Taylor and Miss "Adele Bittinger
were holders of the highest and they
were awarded boxes of vanity candy.
Mrs. Leavengood won the consolation
award, which was a similar prize.
Miss Sexton served sandwiches, ice
tea and pickles.
GREEN E-HEARNE
Buchanan, Va., Aug. 21. A quiet
and pretty wedding took place Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 10 a. m. at the home of the
bride, one mile west of town, when
Mrs. Cora Dobbins Hearne became the
bride of Mr. William McDonald Green,
of Hendersonville, N. C. and Lancas Lancaster,
ter, Lancaster, S. C.
Only a few of the closest friends
and relatives witnessed the ceremony,
which was performed by the bride's
pastor, Rev. A. B. Sikes of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Episcopal church.
Mrs. Bryan Walker presided at the
organ and rendered softly Mendel Mendel-sshon's
sshon's Mendel-sshon's wedding march as the bride
and groom entered the drawing room.
The bride was attired in a beautiful
gown of dark blue Canton crepe with
hat and gloves of a contrasting color.
Immediately afterjhe ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Green left for an auto trip
which will include Virginia Mineral,
White Sulphur and other famous re resorts
sorts resorts j of Virginia.
Among the out of town guests were
Mrs. T. E. Bridges of Ocala, sister of
the groom, Mrs. Lucy D. Hagood of
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Bryan Walker
of Gainesville.
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Plenty Bargains for $1 FISHEL'S.
Miss Inez Grumbles of Dunnellon,
has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth
Tucker for the past several days.
Tampa Tribune.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. L. A. Odom, superintendent of
"Hope Hall, near Hampton, was in
town today. y
- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Holloway of
Gainesville, were welcome visitors today."-
Mrs. J. G. Baskin and sons, Messrs.
Norris and Alonzo Baskin, motored
here from Dunnellon the latter part
of the week, an dare guests of Mrs.
Baskin's sister, Mrs. J. C. Gilliam.
Tampa Tribune.
WHY SUFFER SO?
Why suffer from a bad back, from
sharp, shooting thinges. headaches,
dizziness and distressing urinary ills?
Ocala people recommend Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor! Could
you ask for stronger proof of merit?
C. F. Hays, who runs woodyard, N.
Magnolia St., Ocala, says: "I think
heavy lifting caused my kidneys to
become weak. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was
often so stiff and lame, I could hardly
do my work. I also had frequent,
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills, and L be be-t&n
t&n be-t&n u.iing them. Doan's gave me more
relief than all the other medicines I
took and I gladly recommend them.
The above statement was given
May 13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918,
Mr. Hays added: "I gladly confirm the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
to use this medicine since, for it has
effected a permanent cure."
Price 60c t all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn Co., i
Mfrs., Muffalo, N. Y Adv. 2
1IH SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passengei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule, figures pub published
lished published as information and iot guar
anteod.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacks-nviIle-NYork 2:10 acr
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petr.'brg 4 :05 pm
2:55 am N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:05 ax
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St: Petrsbrg 4:05 pn-
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arriv
2:27 am Jacisonville-NTcrk 2:33 im
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gajsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pir.
2:33 am StJetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 air
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-WQcox
7:25 am DureIlon-U;eland
3:30 pm Homosassa
11:03 pre
1 :25 pit
'6:42 am
11:50 air
10:15 pm leesbui-g
1:45 pm
Gainesville
Mcn-tftv. Wednesday. Friday.
Tui fcaay. Thursday. Satcrty

AND THE STARS SANG
TOGETHER TUESDAY EVENING

The members of Ocala Chapter No.
29, O. E. S., were guests of the Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view chapter last evening. While there
Mrs.' Rosalie Condon, W. M. of the
Ocala chapter, assisted by Mrs. Susan
Cook as marshal, and Mrs. Hattie
Webb as chaplain, and Miss Eleanor
Tremere as organist, assisted Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view chapter in putting on the initia initiatory
tory initiatory work, when three candidates
were taken in.
Those present" from the Ocala chap chapter
ter chapter were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge,
Mrs. B. F. Condon, Mrs. F. W. Cook,
Mrs. Hattie Webb, Miss Julia Webb,
Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas, Mrs. Carrie
Richey, Misses Eleanor and Minnie
Tremere and Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox of
the Dxinnellon chapter.
Refreshments consisting of cherry
ice cream and several kinds of cake
were served by the ladies of the
Belleview chapter.
MRS. THAD BARBER
The many friends of Mrs. Thad
Barber of Morriston will be grieved to
hear of her death which occurred in
this city at three o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Barber was the wife of Mr. Thad
Barber of Morriston and a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blitch. The re remains
mains remains were carried through the coun country
try country this morning to her home in ifbr ifbr-riston,
riston, ifbr-riston, where the funeral services will
be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Interment will be made in the family
plot at Morriston. Sam R." Pyles &
Company, funeral directors, have'
charge of the arrangements.
ANTHONY TOOK A
GAME FROM McINTOSH
Anthony, Aug. 23. Anthony de defeated
feated defeated Mcintosh 7 to 4 here today in
one of the fastest games of the sea season.
son. season. Dukes started twirling for Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh but was batted from the boxi
in four innings. Wylie replaced him
and pitched stellar ball the remainder
of th,e game. Brown tossed a good
game for Anthony but was handicap handicapped
ped handicapped by errors in the infield.
Batteries: Anthony, Brown, Ergle;
Mcintosh, Dukes, Wylie, Ergle. Um Umpires,
pires, Umpires, Welch, Credell.
EAT AT; THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket foi $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
Dollar Week Aug. 20-27. FISHEL'S
Among the good things at the Fort
King vConfectionery are beans, okra,
celery, cantaloupes, cauliflower avo avocado
cado avocado pears, apples, pineapples, grapes
and pears. 22-3t
DOLLAR
WEEK at Fishel's now.
Frank B. Woodcock Jr. left Monday
afternoon for Miami, where he joined
his parents for a visit before return returning
ing returning to his home in Savannah. Frank
spent the past two months in the city
with his grandmother and uncle, Mrs.
Cassils and Mr. A. R. Cassils.
Seedless raisins, 15-ounce package,,
a few days only for 27c. H. B. Whit Whit-tington.
tington. Whit-tington. Phones 162 and 377. St
Eight yards LAWN $1 FISHEL'S.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mrs. C. L. Lvyers of Summerfield
was in the city today.
3 yds. $1 VOILE for $1 FISHEL'S.
One dozen Jergen's 10-cent size--toilet
soap for 85 cents at the Court Court-Pharmacy.
Pharmacy. Court-Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-6t
Full new line of Manhattan Shirtf"
just in at Waterman's Haberdashery..
Come to FISHEL'S Dollar Week-
One Stearns-Knight "8," first class
condition, cord tires all around; sevea
passenger. B. F. Condon. 16-7t
Mr. A. J. Warren of Inverness was
a visitor in town for a few hours this
morning, en -oute to points north.
Dry salt mullet just in. They are
fine. H. B. WHITTINGTON. 22-3t
CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER, 49c. at
the U-SERVE STORES. 23-3t
8 yds. 27-in. Shirting $1 FISHEL'S-

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. 11-tf
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and son
of Summerfield, were in Ocala for the
day, shopping and attending to other"'?'
business matters. f
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Ford touring car for sale; three new
tires, thoroughly overhauled, for $175 $175-B.
B. $175-B. F. Condon. 24-2t

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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Newspapers
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Marion County (Fla.)
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