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OGALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921
ITS A GOOD LITTLE
SLID OFF THE IIS
HEEDS A lESSOil
TOVII TO GO TO
GAME TO OCAIA
JV'" ii i i i-
HUM YET VEST Villi
IS FAR OFF
Score was Four to Two and the Fans
Had the Worth of Their
1 (By L. T. I.)
. In spite of fast fielding and hard
work the Oak team went down in de
feat yesterday before the onslaught of
Ocala'a slugging nine. Oak had a
good team in the game as the boys
from the Arlo company had strength strengthened
ened strengthened up a few of their weak spots in
order to again slip their big log .skids
under our poor little boys, but seeing
the handwriting on the wall Elrod de
cided to use the strongest we had and
fight to the end. Oak got the jump on
us for two runs and it looked consid
erablylike the Ocala team was doom
ed to experience a bad day. Only the
spirit of the team fighting hard on the
losing end of the score bt ought them
out on the victorious end of the sign
Yesterday's game was full of little
special features that make a ball
game interesting to the fans and
fanettes. Practically all of these
Further Decline Reported for August
Reduces Cotton Estimate by
One Million Bales
-Washington, Sept. 1. A decline in
the condition of the cotton crop dur during
ing during August caused a reduction of
1,660,000 bales in the estimated final
production as compared with the
amount forecast by the department of
agriculture a month ago. The condi condition
tion condition of the crop August 25 was 49.3
per cent of normal. The condition of
the cotton crop August 25 was the
lowest it has ever been in any month
in the history of the industry accord according
ing according to records of the department of
New Orleans, Sept. 1. The lowest
August crop condition report ever
made by the government, indicating
the smallest crop in thirty rears,
created a wild market in cotton today,
and prices advanced violently, rising
about $6 a bale in ten minutes after
the report was issued. The market al-
President Harding Thinks the Time
May Never Come When an Army
WiJI Not be Useful
( Associated Pres3
Washington, Sept. 1. President
Harding speaking today at the open opening
ing opening of the fall term of the army war
college, declared "No matter where
the best aspirations of the world lead
us, there never may be a time without
the necessity forv armed forces."
Time for the Federal Government to
Step in and Restore Order in
that Disorganized State
feature plays were exhibited by the ready naj advanced -considerable be-
Arlo boys, lhe Ucala team piayea f th was issued and at the
very, poorly in the field but the Oak L prices were about $8.50 per bale
lands did all sorts oi iamasuc gym- above yesterday's closing quotations
nasties in their loyal support oi nris nris-tcpher.
tcpher. nris-tcpher. Kickliter scooped up one off
Joe Brooks' bat that was ticketed for
a sure hit and threw Brooks out at
the first sack. Strickland should be
STORES WILL CLOSE MONDAY
The following stores will' be closed
tee nrst sacK. oiu u,u Monday, Sept. 5th, Labor Day, at 12
jailed' for the highway robbery he
pulled on Taylor when he raced clear,
slap bang across to the first sack and
made a one-handed stab of Taylor's
line drive. Perez and Kelley pulled off
a double play m the second inning
and Kickliter, Perez and Kelley staged
a double in the first inning.
Christopher pitched a good game
for Oak, letting up only five hits
Elrod held Oak to six hits, but Elrod
showed power to tighter up when
'things looked blackest. With the stick
Strickland showed greatest form for
Oak, getting two hits out of four at
tempts. Harry Wood as usual led
Dralni's hatsmen with two our of
The Box Score
Oak AB R H PO A
Perez, 2nd 4 0 0 4 2
Kelley, 1st 3 0 0 5 0
Strickland, 3rd ...4 1 2 5 0
Franklyn, cf 4 ,0 1 1 0
Epperson, G., rf ...4 0 1 0 d
Kickliter, ss. 4 0 0 2- 3
Epperson, rf .'. . .4 1 0 0 0
Riles, ,c ...........3 0 1 10 1
Christopher, p .....3 0 10 2
Williams, 3rd ...... 1 0 0 0 0
J. L. Smith Men's Furnishings, two
U-Serve stores, Federal Bakery, H. B.
Masters Co., Main Street Market, O.
K. Teapot Grocery, Style Hat Shop,
II. A. Waterman, H. W. Tucker, Af
fleck Millinery Parlor, E. T. Helven
ston, Rheinauer & Co., J. G. McCrory
Co., Clarkson Hardware Co., Jake
Goldman, Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co., Frank's, Parker & Guynn, George
MacKay & Co., M. Fishel & Son, Mar
ion Hardware Co., Crescent Grocery
Co., F. W. Cook, Carter's Bakery, J.
The marriage of Miss Lois Living
stnn and Mr. Vireil F. Bryant was
beautifully solemnized yesterday aft
ernoon shortly after three o'clock at
the home cf the bride's parents, Mr.
und Mrs. J. H. Livingston. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. W. F
Creson, of the Presbyterian church, in
the nresence of a number of friends
The house was profusely and ar
tistically decorated with quantities of
cut flowers, shrubbery and pot plants,
combined with ferns, while pink love
vine was most prominently used. The
improvised arch in the parlor, under
which the couple stood during the
ceremony, was entirely covered with
Logan, Sept. 1. The approach of
noon today found thousands of men
still gathered across the Logan county
line. At Crooked Creek the firing
v-hich began yesterday morning con
tinued, but reports from other border
sections were that quiet prevailed.
The prediction was freely made that
noon today would find armed bands
still gathered on the Boone county
9ide of the Spruce Creek ridge. That
wa sthe hour designated by President
Harding in Tuesday's proclamation as
the time limit for dispersion of all
persons "engaged in unlawful and in
sarrectionary proceedings, the alter
native being the dispatch of federal
troops to the affected district and the
declaration of martial law in the coun
ties of Fayette, Kanawha, Boone,
Logan and Mingo. Charleston, the
state capital, is in Kanawha.
EVEN MAIL TRAINS STOPPED
St. Albans. West, Va.. Sept. 1. All
trains on the Coal River branch of the
Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, where
armed men have been gathering for
the last few days, have been stopped.
Railroad men said not even mail is be being
ing being moved. Persons who reached here
today tried in vain to induce owners
Confederate Veterans May Hold Their
Reunion This Year in
' (Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Sept. 1. The chamber
of commerce announces that negotia
tions with officials of the United Con
federate Veterans, on account of the
offer to entertain the proposed re reunion
union reunion here this year, have resulted in
an invitation to the committee in
charge of arrangements to come to
Jacksonville and outline just what is
desired from the city and civic organizations.
MRS. JOSEPHINE C. DAVIS
The people of Floral City are
mourning the loss, of Mrs. Josephine
C. Davis, eighteen years old and wife
of Mr. J. C. Davis, a prominent mer
chant. Mrs. Davis was ill just five
days and her death came as a shock
to her friends. She is survived by her
husband and a six-months old baby.
Mrs. Davis died last night and her
remains were shipped to Live Oak,
where interment will take place late
today. MacKay & Company of this
city had charge of the funeral arrangements.
pink love vine,. as was also the chan
irh the bride's attend
ants formed a semi-circle. Asparagus .of automobiles to take them to Madi-
and other ferns gracefully formed an son or Jeffery from here. They said
al itne roaas are patrouea ana mat
armed men are stopping motor cars
effective tracery on the waiscoting.
The only nuptial music was a song,
"Because," by Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
whose voice was unusually melodious
nr.A svmnathetic. Then came the
within five miles of this place.
Washington, Sept. 1. Preparatory
Smith & Pillans, wholesale grocers,
are building an extension on their
warehouse, on Osceola street, extend
ing the building clear across the
" block, making it 220 fete long, but
Will leave a unveajr ucmctu
new addition and the old structure.
The rapidly growing business of the
film is making the work necessary.
Ray & Thomson are the contractors
doing the work.
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin which I to possible intervention by the federal
was rendered as a processional by one government in the West Virginia mine
of the bride's sisters, Miss Delia Liv- disorders, thirteen airplanes were or-
irtgston. dered today by Secretary Weeks to
The bridal party formed m the rear f proceed from Langley field to a coal
cf. the house and came through in the region of that state. The order was
following order: Miss Henrietta Liv- purely a precautionary measure, Mr.
ingston with Mr. Cliff Inglis, Miss Weeks said.
Lois Bryant with Mr. Albert Hamss, TIME IS UP
Miss Catheririe Livingston with Mr. Char,est(m gept ove, Mor
Ueattie mgns, ine wmum ui,uC nnnn,inroH at roon todav
tered with her father, who gave her
in marriage, 'and they were joined in
the center of the parlor by Rev
rvocvn f Vio ornnm and his best man. I
"C", details were given.
Mr. W. A. WlllUUCft. ui ,r.n,v"tioi",
The three bridesmaids were each
fascinatingly gowned in lavender or
gandie dresses and completing their
costumes were huge bouquets of Am
erican Beauty roses.
The bride was lovely in her Wed
that reports had been received from
Logan that firing was resumed on
Biair mountain. Boone county. No
STANDS BEFORE THE ALTAR
IN THE SUPREME LODGE
Totals ....34 2 6 27 8
Ocala" AB R H PO A
Taylor, ss .5, 0 111
Brooks, 1st ... 3 10 9 1
Harris, If .........3 0 1 3 1
Liddell, cf ........4 1 0 3 0
Wood, c ...........4 12 9 0
Powell, rf 4 10 0 0
Leavengood, 2nd". .4 0 0 2 3
Luffman, 3rd 3 0 1 0 0
Flrod, p 4 0 0 0 1
ANOTHER NEW COTTAGE
Ray & Thomson, contractors, will
build at once another, pretty bunga;
low next to the home of Mr. W. D
Carn, on East Fort King avenue. The
0 new bungalow, one of a number this
0 firm has built, will be put up as an
0 investment and has not yet been sold.
DISPUTE OVER VILNA
HAS BEEN SETTLED
Totals . .. 34 4 5 27 7 4
Score by innings :
Oak 1011 000 0002
Ocala ........... 000 013 0004
Geneva, Sept. 1. The dispute be
tween Poland and Lithuania regard regarding
ing regarding Vilna was settled by representa representatives
tives representatives of the two countries here this
morning. They agreed there should be
Orange" Lake. Aue. 31. Mrs. Thig- two Lithuanias, one district oi ovno,
pin and cihldren, who have been visit- which shall be independent, and the
i other Vilna, in the Poles will super
vise the administration.
OBSERVER IS TOWING
THE IMPORTER IN
in c relatives at Miami and rort
Pierce, have just returned home, ac
companied by Mrs. Thigpin's mother,
Mrs Cameron, who was formerly a
resident of Reddick.
Miis Opal Smith carried a crowd in
triple tn Silver Serines last Tues- (Associated Press)
day evening. Montreal. Sept. 1. The Canadia'h
Misses Irene Nelson and Georgia steamship Importer, believed to have
Burry have returned from St. Augus- foundered in the Pacific, has been
tine, where they have been taking the taken in tow by the Canadian steamer
teacher's examination. Observer, which is towing her to the
Mr. Ridaught preached an interest- nearest port. The vessel was found
ing sermon here Sunday morning and j last night about 500 miles west of San
Francisco. Forty-four men were on
board but no mention was made of the
Miss Mary Smith was her last
Sunday, visiting her f riendMiss Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Brabham.
boat load of nine men which are be
lieved to have left the steamer.
Citiz ens Investment Company's
stock at a bargain. Box 329, Ocala,
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers Exchange
New line EVERWEAR SILK HOSE
in. FISHEL'S. tf
HENRY FORD HAS NOT
LAID ALL HIS TREASURE
UP IN HEAVEN
Reno, Sept. 1. Adolphus L Fitz
gerald, of Eureka, Nevada, aged 81
. m l V XT 1-
war. tie was cniei justice oi iievu
McMillan succeeds moran
Fort Worth. Tex., Sept. 1. Bo Mc
One of Our Biggest and Most Power Powerful
ful Powerful Battleships Launched at
Camden, N. J.
Camden, N. J, Sept. 1. The super super-dreadnaught
dreadnaught super-dreadnaught Washington, one of the
four largest and most powerful bat battleships
tleships battleships in the United States navy,
was launched today at the Gloucester
plant of the New York Shipbuilding
LABOR DAY HOURS
AT THE POSTOFFICE
Monday, Sept. 5th, being a legal
holiday, the Ocala postoffke will be
closed except one hour, from 9 to 10
a. m., the stamp and delivery windows
will be open. No rural or city deliv delivery
ery delivery will be made. The mail will bo
collected from street boxes and dis dispatched,
patched, dispatched, also all incoming mail will
be distributed to postoffke boxes as
usual. Robt F. Rogers, P. M.
A GREAT CONVENIENCE
tolette the tvle dean of the supreme consistory of 33rd
of which was most becoming. With degree, Scottish rite Masonry, for the
this she wore a chic fall hat, the southern jurisdiction of the United
fnnrtinn of which was navy blue ates, nome
j .i o;fir,t rrv cilk Boston, Mass., according to word re
ctveieu yulii iiioniiivv... & j 1 ... . tj ;
i -i i j l ccivea nere iouay. x ws uvm
nowers, wnne a iuu.us.uiu x-u n w?th t,,
covered her head and shoulders. Uray ... -. --
accessories and a beautiful bouquet onieaerate army tnrougauu.
of bride roses completed this stylish
costum and the bride, at all times as
pretty as a picture, in her becoming
wedding apparel was extremely ad
Immediately after the ceremony,
TS "li. and MiHan, the national famous? enter
- i.;AAknii v win enADAn nnriPR
v..,4. fOlnwintr vmin? a. iwiuaii sw.i,
7cT:I:1 vU Moran, National League umpire, as
u,t?' .V- t ; r the coach of the Center eleven in 1922, it
and Lilian Luangston, served the coacn oi t
,ta t ire cream and fruit and was leamea ur
&T ,. i. Play with the Colonels again this sea
wnixe cane. ju I u i, ri 1-
, tL. t fl.M f- rh I Pon. aioran win cuatu v.w
DOUqUt Oi tile 1VJVC liumig .... j .. 4.J Vin
guest. Punch was served before and again this year and it is reported he
Ster the ceremony by Misses Onie will accept an eastern college offer
, j ir rnroa I next season.
nr.. XT' XTat-t-in onr? Mm. K
1,IIS- ----- WP5T xvui. RUCK
T. Anderson Jr. were at the ironx 7.
door to re:eive the guests after four
r 1 s t ;,.;cfnn onH Ret. Fort Myers, Sept. 1. Plans for a
ty Harralson had greeted them at the iooio v, J "v" 1 f
T I resenting the Gwynne high school 01
SXK1' i. W this city and the University of Ha
. j-.li v, vana. at Havana, this faU are being
rharce oi tne Dnue s uouiv aim on n-1 .
cnaree ui. considered by W. D. Wilson, superm
miests enthasiastically msenbed their consiaereu uy ..f.
Direct Cable Money Transfer Service
to Italy Established on the Basis
of Payment in U. S. Money
Manager C. K. Sage of the Western
Union Telegraph Company announces
an arrangement effective as of Sept.
2th, whereby cabled money transfers
to Italy will be paid in American
funds at the option of the sender. In
other words, if say $100 is cabled via
Western Union to Naples, the amount
will be paid at destination either in
United States currency or in lire, ac
cording to the choice of the remitter.
The particular value of this ar
rangement is that it eliminates all
qi-estions of exchange and places the
payee in a position to take full ad
vantage of the premium on American
currency. It also involves refund of
the full amount deposited in the case
cf non-payment,, which is another
great advantage in the case of a de
preciated and declining foreign cur
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany believes that the establishment
of a direct money transfer service to
Italy on the dollar basis will be a con considerable
siderable considerable convenience to people desir
ing to send money cheaply, quickly,
safely and directly to their friends or
relatives' in that country.
CENTER OF CUBA
EAST COASTS RAILWAY'S
St Augustine, Sept. 1. The annual
report of the Florida East Coast rail
way for 1920 shows that during that
year the railroad added to its equip equip-mtnt
mtnt equip-mtnt ten passenger locomotives, two
switch engines, two dining cars, two
all steel mail cars and six all steel
baggage cars in addition to certain
freicht eauinment. Construction of
the additional ferry slip at Key West
was begun and will be completed this
year, the estimated cost being about
$250,000. Other work authorized in included
cluded included the replacement of 70-pound
rails from St. Augustine to Key West
with 90-pound rails, which work al already
ready already is under way.
POST FOR GAINESVILLE
Lansing, Sept. 1. The Ford Motor
Company has approximately $54,000,
000 in cash in bank, according to
report tendered the Michigan depart department
ment department of state. The financial state statement
ment statement will not be made public until
minor errors have been corrected.
The many lovely gifts received by
the young couple were on display and
The bride and groom left on the 4
o'clock train for their future home in
Orangeburg, S. C, and they left
amidst pounds of rice and showers of
farewell wishes. Ocala will feel
the loss of Mrs. Bryant for she is
rr.ost popular with a large circle of
friends. She is the third daughter
cf Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Livingston and
ty her charming and courteous man manners
ners manners makes friends on acquaintance acquaintanceship.
ship. acquaintanceship. Mrs. Bryant after attending the
Ocala high school, was a student and
graduated from a college in South
tendent of the Fort Myers schools and
director of athletics of the nigh
school. Mr. Wilson plans games with
the high school elevens at Miami and
Key West on the way to Cuba and
with Hillsborough, at Tampa, on the
Carolina and is exceptionally accomplished.
Mr. Bryant who is a civil engineer
in Orangeburg, is a highly thought of
young man, and one of the most pop pop-u'ar
u'ar pop-u'ar young men in his home town.
During his visits to Ocala he has
made many friends. All their Ocala
friends will join the Star in wishing
this couple every future happiness.
Gainesville, Sept. 1. Mrs. L. C.
Lynch, mother of Haisley Lynch, for
whom the local post of the American
Legion was named, is heading a move
ment among the women of Gainesville
related to members of the legion or
soldiers killed in the war, to organize
a woman's auxiliary to Haisley Lynch
post. Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow and
Mrs. Harvey A. Hall are assisting
Mrs. Lynch in the organization work.
Haisley Lynch, only son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lynch, was killed in action dur during
ing during the world war. His body was re
turned to Gainesville from France a
few weeks ago.
Carter's famous BUTTERNUT
BREAD in two size loaves may be
had at the bakery or at retail groc grocery
ery grocery stores. Accept no substitute, as
there is none so good.. Carter's
Belleview, Aug. 31. Mrs. Wood Woodward
ward Woodward of Bradentown was the guest of
Mrs. G. E. Merrill a few days last
week. She left Thursday for Wash Washington
ington Washington and Boston, where she will
make a short visit and attend the
Christian Science convention before
Thursday was work day at our cem cemetery.
etery. cemetery. The men folks hoed, raked and
did other necessary work there, while
dinner was prepared at the town hall
for all at the noon hour.
Mrs. Winton and family returned to
Eradentown Thursday after a month's
visit at the home of Mr. Louis Weihe.
The Epworth League enjoyed a box
supper and ice cream social at their,
park Thursday night.
Summerfield and Belleview played
ball on our diamond Friday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Summerfield won the game.
Ice cream was sold by the B. Y. P. U.
cn the grounds during the game.
Mr. Eugene Hardison and Miss Beu Beu-lah
lah Beu-lah Van Meter of Pensacola are the
guests of Mrs. V. D. V. Pratt this
Mr. and Mrs. 1. 1. Strong motored to
Dunnellon to attend to business last
Mr. Jesse McClendon of Youngs Youngs-town,
town, Youngs-town, Ohio, came Monday to make his
mother, Mrs. Maggie McClendon, a
visit. We are glad to see Jesse a grain,
as he has been away over four years.
We are all very sorry to hear that
Mr. R. L. Sumner is m the Tampa
hospital but hope for him a speedy re
covery, and that he may return home
soon. Mrs. Sumner is in Tampa with
Mr. Leo Hames is at home for a
Miss Mariemma Stanley is the new
clerk at Mr. Gale's store.
. Rev. Martin of Island Grove, will
jreach at the Baptist church next
Sunday, Sept. 4th. Every one come
and enjoy these interesting meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Abshier and
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Sutton returned
home last Sunday from a pleasant
visit in Ocala and Salt Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B .Hames and
Mrs. Wrill Abshier were business call
ers in Ocala Tuesday.
Miss Clara B. Ledbetter returned
home Monday from a pleasant vaca vacation
tion vacation spent in the north.
School opens next Monday, Sept. 5,
and the same teachers will teach,
Miss Clara Ledbetter and Mrs. Mat Mat-chett.
chett. Mat-chett. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walker of Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, have moved to the Carter place
west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutson Whisenant re re-tnrned
tnrned re-tnrned to Alabama Monday.
We are glad to hear that Mis Mary
A. Gale and brother, Raymond Gale,
intend to start home soon from Vermont.
The many friends of Mrs. Adam
Haffner of Des Moines, la-, will be
sorry to hear of her fall and hope she
will be up and about again soon.
Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt hos been on the
sick list thi3 week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall and family re returned
turned returned Tuesday from a visit with rel relatives
atives relatives in Jasper.
A number of our people have been
to Weirsdale to obtain guavas from
Mr. Snook this week.
The body of Corporal Frank E E-Crosby
Crosby E-Crosby was brought from overseas
recently and laid to rest at his old
home in Alabama. He was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Crosby of our
town, and made many friends while
here on a short visit before the war.
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THE MARIANNA SCHOOL
AGAIN IN THE LIMELIGHT
It seems so impossible to keep the
t-ttvm' s it t4- -win 1 a4 f i
free from scandal that the Star, and
a gcoa many otner people are begin beginning
ning beginning to think it would not only save
the state money but promote moral morality
ity morality to abolish it.
-The latest sensation, the resignation
cf Dr. McClane and .his assistant, M.
A. (jrarrard, is no surprise to the btar,
which had heard something of the ap approaching
proaching approaching trouble. We are reluctant
to criticise a state institution un-
lasa! wo ara porta ir Karl ffnA it Inns
exist, for we know that between the
politicians, always trying to put some something
thing something over, and the indifferent people,
asleep to public affairs most of their
t'me, and disposed to overdo things
for the short time they are awake,
the not any too numerous honest offi officials
cials officials of our and other state3 have a
hard road to travel.
i Hie Star has known for a long
'timft. n vpsir at Ipnsr.. that. TVr TM.
Clarie was in a bad condition physic physically,
ally, physically, due to overwork. The last time
he was in Ocala he was so changed
that some of his old friends had to be
introduced to him. It has also known
that he had plans for the school that
were too ambitious for the state to
carry out. The doctor believed, hon honestly,
estly, honestly, we think, that if he could put
his plans in operation they would not
only result in self-sustaining institu-
t.irm Vint wnnM. maVo a nrnfit tpMMi
would improve the school and lighten
the burden of expense. His plans
have not been, so far as we know, im-
"squirming squadron" and a fierce
demand for a public teat in every
voting precinct, they are impossible.
D:r, McClane is not a politician and
UWW Ca fwru kJUOUAaO UlttU. ilC AO C
good physician .and a kind and genial
man, one having a great love for boys
and a knack in getting along with
them and keeping them interested.
That he improved conditions for the
boys at Marianna we have no doubt.
And we have no doubt that he spent
more of the state's money than the
state could give him to spend. If he
could have been put at the school for
- A 1 jl m i i 1
no oiner purpose man to instruct tne
i .. ii i n i
cys meniauy, pnysicauy ana morauy,
and had as an associate a competent
business man to attend to the work
and finance, it is not likely there
would have been any trouble. We
know that from first he found the
wcrk beyond his strength.
It is hard for anybody who has
known Dr. McClane as long as Ocala
jeople have known him to believe he
ever intended to defraud the state of
Florida out of a cent. He seems to
have shown bad business judgment,
but mighty few public officials show
better. The boys at Marianna have
been used before Dr. McClane's time
to work farms in the vicinity of the
school, and nothing was done about it.
The state of Florida was swindled out
ii mousanos ox aoiiars wnen tnat
marsh at Raiford wast honirh nnA nn
paper has dared to print the names of
We cannot defend Dr. McClane, lor
his conduct, as referred to by the
-is -j .. v. ...
the claypit; neither can we condemn
him unless we are sure he failed to do
all in his power to rescue the boys
and heal their injuries. On this, as
well as the drowning of another boy,
the doctor should be heard in his own
defense. TTa Khnwfvl nn cima nf Ko
ing callous or indifferent to suffering
while he lived here.
On the other hand, it is the Star's
opinion that the board was right in
demanding the resignations of Dr. Mc McClane
Clane McClane and his assistant. If for no
other reason, lack of harmony with
the board of commissioners of the
state institutions is sufficient reason
for the dismissal of any appointed of official.
ficial. official. The board has a right, indeed
it is its duty, to demand that no offi official
cial official exceed the amount allotted him
by the legislature for his work. Last
year, the members of the board had to
borrow money to fill the deficiencies in
finance in some of. the state institu
tions, and if the legislature had not
tiade, their promises good, they would
have been in an awkward position. It
always seems so easy to draw on the
state, and if every official was allow allowed
ed allowed to do what he thought best, no
matter how honest he might be, Flor Florida
ida Florida would soon be bankrupt.
That the board is justified in its
charge of extra gance or bad manage management
ment management may be shown by comparison
with expenses of the girls' school at
Ocala. It will be conceded that it
takes more money to care for a girl
than for a boy, and that girls cannot
be so self-sustaining as boys. The
board says it cost Z9 a month to
maintain the boys at Marianna, this
not including any outside work, nor
any of the proceeds of the work of
the boys on the farm! At the Ocala
school it costs a little over two dollars
a week to feed the girls, and their per
capita expense, food, clothing, tuition,
doctor's bills, salaries of officials and
expenses of the farm is $46.31 per
month each. At the end of this year,
the Ocala school had a surplus of
$3,172.67, and was the only state in institution
stitution institution that didn't exceed its appro appropriation.
priation. appropriation. There is one thing, however, we dd
not understand among the reasons
given by the board for its proclama proclamation
tion proclamation against Dr. McClane. That is
it says the explanation is necessary
because of the fault found with it by
numerous organizations and some
newspapers. We carry the leading
newspapers of Florida on our ex exchange
change exchange list and have not noticed their
making any criticism. But we do think
the explanation is timely and neces
The boys' school at Marianna must
be hoodooed. It was badly conducted
under Gilchrist, but we dont suppose
he knew it existed; if he had he would
probably have had matters improved.
Under Trammell, several of the boys
were burned to death, but that urbane
gentleman did not concern himself
much about it. It was so rotten at the
beginning of Catts' administration
that it was falling to pieces, and when
its horrible condition was brought to
light, the board of commissioners of
state institutions, the same then as
today, except the governor and attor attorney
ney attorney general, tried to whitewash it, and
but for the fierce denunciation of a
part of the state press would have
done so. Finally the state board woke
up and has been, we believe, honestly
trying to make the school what it was
intended to be. And in a little over
three years there is another scandal.
Why all this trouble? They have such
institutions in other states and seem
to manage them well.
If Dr. McClane's successor cant
make good, the Marianna school
should be shut up and the boys sent
home. A good many of them would
never be there if the state compelled
parents to take care of their children.
If a number of lazy fathers were put
tc work on the roads, and some lazy
mothers had to cook, wash and mend
clothes in convict camps, the state
v.-ouldn't have to support so many in incorrigible
corrigible incorrigible children.
OLD MAN ZIM NOW
STATE LABOR INSPECTOR
L. W. Zim, of St. Augustine, was
appointed Wednesday by Governor
Hardee as state labor inspector, suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding J. C. Privett, deceased. Mr.
Zim who is well known throughout
the state, is a former member of the
legislature. He served two terms as
a member of the state senate prior to
W. A. MacWilliams and also as a
member of the lower legislative body.
We are glad Old Man Zim has this
jcb. We are sure he will make good.
EASTERN STAR PICNIC
The picnic at Silver Springs yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon given by the members
of the Ocala Eastern Star chapter in
commemoration of founder's day, was
3 largely attended affair and most en enjoyable.
joyable. enjoyable. There were quite a number
of visitors from other chapters in the
staet Jacksonville, Belleview and
Shortly after four o'clock the crowd
left the Masonic hall in automobiles,
which were in charge of a committee
composed of Mrs. F. W. Cook, Mrs. D.
W. Tompkins and Mrs. B. C. Webb.
Arriving at the springs, bathing was
first indulged in after which supper
was served, and an elegant spread it
was, with an abundance for all. The
arrangements for the supper were in
charge of Mrs. J. C Smith, Mrs. J. W.
Davis, Mrs. Callie Stein and Mrs.
Bertha Thomas, and they certainly de deserve
serve deserve unstinted praise for it was a
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
A TRADE MARK FOR
, 3IARION COUNTY FRUIT
The fact that the orange groves of
Marion county produce fruit that
packs from 50 to 75 per cent first
grade and better is beginning to im impress
press impress growers in this county with
what an outstanding asset this section
of Florida has in being able to produce
oranges of so high a quality. The high
quality of Marion county fruit has
j been emphasized by the reports that
a large proportion of the oranges of
the state pack below first grade. A
plan is being talked of whereby the
fruit of thi3 county might be market marketed
ed marketed under a trade mark, a brand that
would assure the consumer of getting
Marion county oranges. It is believed
that the consumer should be acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the fact that the two most fa famous
mous famous Florida oranges, the "Pineap "Pineapple"
ple" "Pineapple" and the "Parson Brown" were de developed
veloped developed in county and reach their
greatest perfection here. The fruit
from one of Marion's groves sold for
as high as $14.35 a box at auction in
New York last season, and this price
i indicative of the Marion county
The citrus fruit crop of Marion
county this season gives promise of
being a good one. The fruit will
probably grade out better than usual,
and it will be ready for market earlier
than usual as a result of the early
IMPROVEMENT AT THE
CURRY FEED COMPANY
The Curry Feed Company, which
opened a business in Mr. D. W. Tomp Tompkins'
kins' Tompkins' building some time ago, has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded so well that it has the store
remodeled and prettily ceiled and
floored. Mr. Tompkins is having the
work done and when finished Mr.
Curry will have a store room that he
will be proud of.
Dunnellon at Ocala today.
Ocala at Leesburg Monday, Labor
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
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Geo. MacKay I Co M
Ocala, Fla. j
3 HIGH GRADE PAINT
r Sit t?-ir' iu?
When you want your house,
furniture, stock or goods of
any kind sold, he will aucti"n
it oft for you, and get full
market value. Consu;t him if
you nave an thing to sell.
H P.O.Box 310 Ocala, Fla.
Arrival and departure of pas5enee;
trains at. OCALA U50T ?T'.T)6r
The following schedule hjures pub published
lished published as information and lot guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD 'AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksnville-NYork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrjr 4 :05 pne
2:55 em N York-St. Petrsbrg- 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am JaeksonviUe-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm JksonviIle-Galr.sville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
S :24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Don nellon-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?
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Called For and Delivered
Special Attention to
G. C. GREENE Phone 435
Opp. Marion Hardware
! I. T. 12ME I
I- ; 1
IN COLORED RENTAL
One six-room house in
good shape, plastered
walls, this house is very
close in. Price $750
Two new, well built,
four-room houses These
houses, are ceiled inside
and painted outside,
Price, each S650
2 three-room houses
Price, each $350
S.S. Savage, Jr.
It eats away the smooth
surface, digs little "pits," and
ruins the accuracy of the
Through fifty years of
effort the U. S. Cartridge
Company has developed a
priming that minimizes the
effect on the rifle barrel. The
famous N. R. A. J22 and all
U S Rim -Fires are made
with this priming.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
We handle stall fed Beet the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.
We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
! Cash and Carry Meat Market
ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Repair Work, Accessories. Gasoline.
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors. -Embalmers
x G. 'B. Overton, Mgr.
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
poor priming do
your rifle barrel
It means a longer, a much
longer, life for your rifle. With
most ammunition, rifle barrels
become inaccurate very quick quickly.
ly. quickly. The U. S. Cartridge Com Company
pany Company has a rifle which has
fired 250,000 IX S Cartridges
and is still fairly accurate.
Be good to your rifle. Keep
it clean which is easy if you
use only U S Cartridges. We
sell all popular styles and sizes.
Money back if not satisfied.
UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New York,
Just ask us over the telephone to suggest
a cut of meat for your dinner. We
study your wants and our every en en-deator
deator en-deator is to please you. This careful
srrvice, with our prompt delivery, is
what has given us prestige in the Fresh
COOK'S MARKET & GROCERY
L. ALEXANDER T
AND BUILDER -Careful
estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in tha city.
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1921
Street and Dress
Sept, 2nd and 3rd
Style Hat Shop
By CLAIRE K. ALDEN.
Now is the time to sow many of the
flower seeds for early fall, and our
mew supply is here. Bitting & Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, druggists and seedsmen- Phone
424. West side of square. 18-tf
SEE ME FOR
Everythingm the Building llne'l
My Work is GzarcpJeed
W. A. TINSMAN
"The Stucco Man" Phone 526
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
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents
Twenty-one meal ticket foi $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Mam street 27-tf
.&2z In New York taking a
. rJn&$? post graduate course.
' will announce date of re-
J turn later. ;
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and optician
s Eyesight Specialist
(gi 121. by XcClar Kawppr Syndics.)
There was nothing within reach but
bis violin, a book, the telephone and
the telephone directory. He threw the
dull novel viciously across the room ;
the violin was too precious to follow
suit. He glared at the telephone. It
was a stupid, commonplace instru instrument
ment instrument through which came familiar
voices with the same old common commonplace
place commonplace condolences. He wished it could
transmit a new message in an unfa unfa-milar
milar unfa-milar voice.
"Why not? he said. "There are
thousands of names listed. I can't be
arrested If I do speak to someone I
do not know. Fll venture. Choose a
pretty name, of course, and a wom woman's.?
an's.? woman's.? .-
He scanned the columns eagerly .-T
T .-T know what 111 do; try the trick we
tried when children open the book
at random, with eyes shut, and I'll
pick the first name my first finger
trtt-hea. -ilargery Swift Romantic
and rapid Here goes Central con connected
nected connected him with the magic name.
"Hello! You have the advantage.
I cannot Identify your voice, but you
are awfully good to call me up, who whoever
ever whoever you are. Life Is stupid with a
broken arm. Her voice was sweet
and low clear as a belt J
His was tender. "Poor child! Didn't
you know the minute I heard of it I
would call you np and 'call you
down, too, for carelessness?"
"I wasn't careless, truly! But who
are you, anyway?"
"You've heard of The Man Who
Laughs. Well, I'm not he. I'm the
man with the broken leg; confound
"I hadn't heard .that any man I
know had met with such an accident.
Tell me, please (pleadingly) Hurry .'
She'll cut. us off presently.
"Even a voice is a companion to
you now. It seems. You were not so
fond of me when you were well. If
you will be good, tomorrow III play
on my violin.
"Hello! Hello! Hello P
The unromantic operator had cut
He refrained from calling her up
again until the following day. With
the assistance of a small boy the line
was opened, and a love song floated
on the wire to Margery. When it
ended he drove the small boy from
the room. He resumed conversation.
The girl's voice eagerly responded.
"It was splendid! so en tracing that I
forgot ray broken arm. Tejl me who
"A bandit ; a bad man. 1 was go
ing to nay a highwayman with a
So they fenced verbally from day
to day. while Time, the healer, mend mended
ed mended the. broken bones. Surprise pack
ages were left at Margery's door each
day; she had to accept them, as she
?ould not return them to the owner,
and Cnpid smiled at this new way of
HrMuinir a how at a venture- A few
months later a limousine stopped at
Margery's door. A distinguished-looking
man. with a slight limp, descended.
"Yes," said the maid. "Miss Swift Is
in, your card, please."
"Tell her the telephone man would
like to see Ler."
The maid protested. He triumphed.
Margery descended the stairs grace gracefully.
fully. gracefully. ; her arm In a sling. She was
bright enough to know that the un unknown
known unknown was the telephone man and
unconventional enough to admit him
without society credentials. To tell
the truth, she was devoured with cu curiosity.
riosity. curiosity. She entered the room, held
out her band impulsively, and made
him welcome with her eyes.
"You're the mildest looking bandit
I ever encountered."
He tried to look fierce and failed.
He could only look determined.
"Will Mrs. Grundy hold up her
hands in horror if I kidnap you In my
limousine?" he queried.
Margery looked at him, looked at
the limousine, and waited.
"She who hesitates is lost," he mis misquoted,
quoted, misquoted, gravely.
"But but I do not even know you
"Trust me, Margery."
"If if, I knew your first name I
would be equally familiar, she re retorted,
torted, retorted, with some show of spirit.
There was a twinkle In his dark
"I always accept a challenge, fore
warned Is forearmed. Your forearm
has been broken. My mother called
me Alexander. ,I came I saw I
"Maybe, she said, demurely; and
she risked a ride in the limousine. It
was the first of many. He plagued
her so much about woman's curiosity
that she made no effort to discover his
identity. She bided her time. It
came when ke asked her to marry
Then she answered, roguishly: "1
am 100 per cent American and I can
not marry a 'nameless nobleman."
"You will be Mrs. Alexander Stan-
dish of 733 Romance Road, Hillcrest,
when you are my wife."
And she was.
I CASH AND CARRY
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
But the same courteous treatment accorded our many past and prospictive
customers. Rock bottom prices on quality goods.
Below are a few of our many money saving items.
"Do you have housing problems In
"No," replied Cactus Joe. "When
the place gets overcrowded the boys
become-Irritable and hostile to a de degree
gree degree that just naturally compels the
surplus population to go somewhere
All Manner of Men.
"Some men," remarked the admirer
of poetry, "go into politics with the
Idea f leaving footprints on the sands
"Some do," replied Senator Sorghum.
"And others are lucky If they get out
without having their thumbprints
"He's the sort of fellow you like
to play poker with."
"Yes. Doesn't play well enough to
win much and can afford to lose."
Self-Rising Flour, quality Lfl- Cloverbloom Butter AH-
guaranteed, 12 lb. bags UUw per pound 4lw
Self-Rising Flour quality ff C rep0eund 27C
guaranteed. 24 lb. bags $1.13 Per PunQ
Maxwell House Coffee 38r
c )fD. . per pound 30 W
Self-Rismg Flour, quality ri iC
guaranteed, 98 lb. bags tj443
: White House Coffee 28r
per pound 30 w
per pound 31 American Sardines, in oil, ij-
per can te 2 w
Irish Potatoes 7(lf Lemons JA-
per peck lUw per dozen 3uU
Jessi Billy swears awfully.
James (nhspnt-mindedly) Yes, I
can (V) better myself. Notre Dam
It is no effort to save here. All prices marked in
WIWTMCTORI S PUMPS
One East of City Square Two Stores One West c! City Square
STOP AT THE ONE NEAREST YOU
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery- 15-tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HAEG RAVES'
Cash and Carry Store, 807 South Lime
Uneeda Biscuit lc per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg reg-ular
ular reg-ular prices. Farmers' Exchange
You are going to buy at HAR HAR-G
G HAR-G RAVES' Cash and Carry Store be
cause there you'll save money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf
pains, headache, backache and
all other aches are quickly re
Contain, no dangerous habit-
forming drugs. Why don't you
Ask your druggist
available to citnxs growers
only tlvEOiiIi coopesatioiv in
ORDER OF EASTERN bTAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.- S
meets at the Masonic hali the swono
and fourth Thursday evenings of eacr
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
Jl., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, RP.O. E
Ocala Lodge No. 286 Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's end the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Only through the local associations of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Citrus Erchange may any citrus grower obtain
the manifest benefits of pooling.
Pooling as practiced by the leading, progres progressive
sive progressive Florida Citrus Exchange associations is
the only practicable form of business and crop
Pooling does not mean a hit-or-miss joining of
interests. Each grower obtains the average price
for fruit only of the precise grade and size which he
has to ship.
Pooling does not encourage communism; it is a
co-operative principle which puts a premium upon
better fruit and better effort. Every grower pools,
whether or not he has the advantage of pooling.
Each grower must pool with himself if deprived
of the privilege of pooling with his neighbors. Then,
since it is inevitable in the marketing of any perish perishable
able perishable crop that a certain percentage of shipments
shall meet with unavoidable grief and misfortune,
the grower who stands by himself must have fat
years and lean years. He pools with himself over
a period of years.
" By pooling as practiced by the Florida Cit Citrus
rus Citrus Exchange associations, each grower gets
his average bit of each season's fat and lean.
The result in the end is eminently satisfactory.
Perhaps in the long run each grower receives
no more money, but there is all the difference
between the steady income of the worker and
the spasmodic income of the gambler, which
builds little and often embarrasses much.
Pooling in most Honda Citrus Exchange asso associations
ciations associations has been reduced to a scientific practice. It
takes the gamble out of the production of oranges
and grapefruit It puts citrus fruit production upon
a business basis. It is endorsed by the most success successful
ful successful and the far-sighted growers in every section section-growers
growers section-growers whose achievements have made citrus
growing a business rather than a venture. Join the
Florida Citrus Exchange and help to brmg about
conditions under which you may pool your fruit with
that of other growers.
Ask the manager of any local Association, or of any Sob-Eicbaage,
or write to the business manager of tb Florida CItrua Exchange, Tampa.
0 cztn nrs n
Li A U
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1911
THE SEASON'S MOST DISTINCTIVE AND ATTRACTIVE
MODELS IN ALL THE NEWEST TYPES OF
SPORT HATS, TAILORED HATS,
.' ARE NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
' Ouir work room is in charge of Miss Connie Greeriv tfte
Ernest L. Rhodes Co., Atlanta, Ga. Miss Green was
formally of Gage Brothers, and is an artist. Her work
"bespeak Grace and Originality, and we feei very fortun fortunate
ate fortunate in securing her services for our patrons.
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR
;Sk 111 EAST BROADWAY
" If you have and society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
-FLASHES OF ACTION" OLD WHITFIELD HOME
DREW FULL HOUSES BURNED TUESDAY I
home from a
Bracken has returned
several weeks' visit to
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
Mr. and Mrs. Beattie Inglis, sons
and daughter left this morning for
their home in Birmingham, after a
few days visit in the city at the home
of Mrs. Inglis' brother, Mr. and Mrs.
J H. Livingston and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Inglis and family came especially
to be present at the marriage of Miss
Lois Livingston, Mrs. Inglis' niece, to
Mr. V. F. Bryant, which was solemn solemnized
ized solemnized yesterday.
. The appearance here of "Flashes of During the ball game at Oak Tues- POSITION WANTED As teno-
Action,' 'the series of war pictures, day afternoon a dense cloud of black; clerk cashier. Ay or
ntTAt 4V a fnV- titailnca- 1 tmnlro a nrtti s aA aka i Vij-kTt ttitA
day night, drew full houses. The pic- J miles west of the ball park. Several
tares were run three times, and from J cars left the ball game and hastened
first to last the big garage was pack- to look for the source of the smoke,
ed to the fdoors. About 1200 tickets and found the Whitfield home a mass
were sold. of flame.
The pictures were fine, and many I The Whitfield home belonged to Mr.
ex-soldiers in the audience recognized C. H. Whitfield, who is now living in
places where they wouldn't have given I Ocala, and was occupied up until the
a pack of cigarette papers for their I fire by his son, W. E. Whitfield. Mr.
chances for life. Some fine music at-1 Whitfield was in the field workmg
tended the pictures and a tidy sum of I when the fire was first discovered and
money was realized. Iby the time he reached the house it;
was about .ready to collapse. It was J UK
I .... it I
Mrs. A. J. Leavengood, who has impossible to save any otme mnu-.
been spending the past month with tare and the loss was a total one to,
her daughter. Mrs. James W. Perry, the Whitfields. They had no insur-
tt Stanton on Lake Weir, returned to-l"'" on the property.
phone Ocala House.
Citizens Investment Company's
stock at a bargain. Box 329, Ocala,
day very much improved in health.
FOR SALE Electric motor for Sing Singer
er Singer sewing machine. Apply to Miss
Louise Gamsby. Ocala library. 29-6t
j CUTTING WOOD We have two
wood saws and can saw your wood
on short notice; $1.25 four-foot
wood, $1.40 eight-foot wood. Phone
368. Mr. and Mrs. .D. N. Mathews,
East Second street. 30-6t-
SALE One almost new su-
preme wood range cheap. Mrs.
Reginald Ragsdale, 24 Ray street.
Phone No. 530. 30-3t
'LIVE STOCK Have three Jersey
lest our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. 11-tf
bulls, Biltmore strain, ready for
service, $75 each. J. L. Wallace,
Ocala, Fla. 30-4t
Blitchton, Aug. 31. Miss' Opal
Elitch leaves tomorrow for .Tallahas .Tallahassee,
see, .Tallahassee, where she teaches this term in the
public school. v
Mrs. J. W. Coulter and children
and Mr. Ralph George visited the
Miss Theresa Brush of Cedar Key,
Is the guest of Miss Oda Blitch.
MessrsR. B. and Arch Fant repre represented
sented represented the community in Ocala Mon Mon-'
' Mon-' dav. : v; r-
Mr. and Mrs.'P. G. Ramsey and j
-children of Gainesville, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs J. J. Godwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Edwards of
Williston akd Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and two children of St. Cloud,
were Sunday callers.
, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hendrix of Winter
Haven, were week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B. C. Blitch. ;
Mr.' Dan Godwin will teah school
at Candler .this winter.
Mrs. R. b. Pobre and Miss Nell
Poore of Tampa, are visiting Mrs.
Minnie Hammons and Miss Rowena
.Hammons, V;4! "-
There will be Sunday school Sunday
afternoon at. 3 o'clock and preaching
at 3:30, by Rev. Burnette of Williston.
IN OCALA IS GOING UP AND IS
BOUND TO GET HIGHER- NOW
IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY
AT THE LOW PRICE."
NoJ 1. A nice five-room cottage home
with all conveniences; cement
steps, large lot, garage, etc. The
price is less than it would cost you
! to build the house.
Nol 2. Splendid quarter block of
ground, consisting of three nice
building lots, on which is located
! a two-story, cheap house; bearing
orange, peach trees, pecans and
f other fruits. Corner near the
; schools. Price for the entire prop prop-erty"
erty" prop-erty" $2250
No. 3 Large, two-story residence
with corner lot. Splendid locattion
I on Oklawaha for apartments and
! home. The price at which this
I property can be had will surprise
No. 4 Fine residence lots on South
Fifth street or Buckalew Ave.
Best in the city. Prices right.
Lake Weir, Aug. 31. The tourist
season is opening up rather early this
year. They are all hurrying along as
though they must get there early to
find a front. seat, and the early bird
always catches the worm, while the
drone sare waiting for something easy
to fall their way before they start.
Mr. jWalter Lee and, nis assistants
are busily engaged in driving piling,
hauling rock and filling in the wash wash-cut
cut wash-cut under the club house at Eastlake,
to prevent old Neptune from stealing
the house and dock some dark and
stormy night. Mr. Lee has the help
of the Fosnot brothers, Mr. Frank
Newport and Mr. Henry Schroeder,
the successful proprietor of the Won Wonder
der Wonder Poultry Farm, all good boosters
for everything that is for the good of
the community and ;the people at
large. Of course that means the bat battle
tle battle is won and the club house will be
saved. Uncle Jimmie Joslyn is always
around to give good advice and en encouragement
couragement encouragement to the workers, which is
highly appreciated, for his long resi residence
dence residence on Lake Weir and his honest,
truthful life entitles him to the re respect
spect respect of the good people all around
the lake, and they know they are not
! merely listening to fish tales but facts
when it comes from Mr. Joslyn.
The Lake Weir Washed Sand Com-
I-any is working a full force of men
and everything points to a larger
force being put on as the building of
roads progresses in the state.
Mrs. Frank Deming of the Muclan
arms, passed along the highway this
morning with a merry party of
friends going to Daytona for a few
days outing. Mrs. F. P. Herr, Mrs.
Augusta Brooks and Miss Florence
Brooks were included in the party, all
bound for a good time on the beach,
with nary a man in the crowd.
Mr. Harry Heery of Atlanta is hav
ing his home on the. lake enlarged by
adding sleeping porches and several
rooms back and front to accommodate
bis large family he expects to bring
to the lake this winter. Mr. Lossing
is superintending the work as he and
Mrs. Lossing are occupying the house
during Mr. Heerys absence.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Gates of Ocala,
an employee of the railroad with his
family( of interesting children are
spending their vacation with Mrs.
Gates' mother, Mrs. H. P. Bailey, who
is occupying the Church cottage dur-
in gtheir absence in Westerly, R. I.
Mr. and Mi's. Clifford Anderson
and children, Clifford, Arthur and
Mary, motored from their home at
! Oldsmar yesterday and spent the
j night in town with Mr. Anderson's
i m W Tft w A i
parents, air. ana Airs, k, u. Anaerson
Sr. ..Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and fam family
ily family are en route to Glenn Springs, S.
C, for a three weeks' visit.
Miss Helen Crippen and Miss Mi
nerva Stearns have returned to their
homes after a very pleasant week
spent with their aunt, Mrs. Ed An
derson. They will see New York be
fere going to Washington.
rri r .1 j 4. 1..
ine origin 01 me nre is now jiu"-
Mr. W. E. Whitfield says that there.
had been no fire built in the kitchen!
stove since Tuesday morning, so the j
fire cannot be laid at the feet of a FOR SALE Ford sedan newly paint-
faulty flue. It will have to be charged ed and in excellent condition. Five
to the already overloaded account of practically new tires. Apply to
"cause unknown." Norman Horne, Ocala. 29-6t
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. 11-tf
Mrs. W. D. Richey of Tampa, spent
the day in town, yesterday with Mrs.
W. A. Knight, en route to her home
from a visit with relatives in Georgia.
Victor records for September now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. 13t
Conner, Seyt. 1. Capron Smith
and wife and William McDonald are
pamnino for a few davs at bait
Every thing in the line of house fur-1 g
nishings may be found here. New fur- i ,r tisn-nn f T9.Vann.
niture exchanged for old if desires. ... fldf!ssed th- r y. P. U. last!
TT Tl, TV.na 10 Of 1 TV, I ;
cordial welcome by his friends in his
"FOR SALF, Ford truck, newly re re-!
! re-! painted and thoroughly overhauled.
Apply to Needham Motor Company,
Oklawaha avenue and North Or Orange
ange Orange street. 27-6t
RAGS WANTED We pay 5 cents a
pound for well laundered cotton
rags. No sewing room scraps. The
Star office. 27-6t
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. 120 N. Sanchez St. tf
No. 5. Several cheap lots near high
I school building. Build a cottage
- and raise your children in dad
I dy's house.
No. 6. If you want a real bargain as
an eight-room, two-story house
I an investment or home, I have it
I here in an eight-room, two
i story house: all conveniences;
corner lot, nice shade and near in.
i Price only $1,500
j Can arrange to carry part of pur-
.1 nOS OI CApcnaitc sav vvaia
orfw will crr HpTlfp. buv TiQW.
kj frv j
f Call or phone
i F. W. DITTO
WOODMEN OF i HE WOIII.D
Mrs. Arthur Clark and brother,
Cranford Sandley, Mrs. G. S. Scott
and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, summer visi visitors
tors visitors at the lake, were in town for the
A letter to the Star from Mr. H. R. 0a home church and spoke earnestly
Luff man, who left about a month agoto tbe young people, after which he
for Minneapolis, Kan., says he is do-1 preached a sermon which was appre-
mg well in his new home, nas a gooo-lciated by all.
position and is gaining weight in a j ss Gladys Stanaland was. in
very satisfactory -manner. He says Qcala over Sunday with her sister,
Kansas has a three-wire fence law jjrs jonn R Rogers.
v.hich works fine; crops are good but Willie Sewell. wife and little girl
the acreage is small. Temperature of Sanford, are visiting Mrs. Sewell's BAXTER TRANSFER CO. Short or
August 27th, 104. Harmon says the father, J. N. Stevens and family, and long distance hauling on short np-
Evening Star is like a letter from other relatives. i tlce- Residence phone 169; offiAi
HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
to do your moving, long or short
distance. Also let me attend to mov moving
ing moving baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrey, phone 434. 4-tf
home and he just must have it.
pnone in. 10-1
companied by their son, Haywood and jp0R RENTUnfurnished home 214
Fall DRY GOODS
Mr. James Melton has returned
home from Gainesville, where he has
been attending summer school.
Mrs. M. Parker and children, Ruth I nephew, Earl Eale, spent luesaayi
and Truman, returned home yester-1 and Wednesday at Salt Springs.
dav afternoon from a three weeks'
visit with relatives in North Carolina.
Big assortment millinery Fishel's.
Miss Ina Belle Scarborough of near
Ocala, is spending the week with her l
cousin, Mrs. Chas. H. Rogers.
Gene Rivers of Lake City, visited j
Orange avenue, all modern conven conveniences
iences conveniences and comforts. Also three
nicely furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. See Mrs. Martha
Williams at Mrs. Mamie Hall's res residence,
idence, residence, Fort King Ave. 30-6t
his grandmother. Mrs. N. A. Fort a I
Mrs. Raiford Simmons has returned few days this wt;ek. I FOR SALE Pure bred Jersey cow,
home from Hendersonville. N. C, H. G. Shealy, of Ocala, county coming fresh in a lew days, inquire
whereshe has been for the past month I superintendent of public schools, at Law Library or at home of own-
BOY, howdy! We
I with her daughter and grandson, Mrs. I visited the neighborhood recently in j
those Leverett Futch and Simmons. Judge this official capticity. I
er. R. L. Anderson Sr. 30-3t
Miss Catherine Henry after a visit
in Oklahoma and Hot Springs, has
gone to Baltimore, where she etners
today a hospital to take up training
for professional nursing.'
New fall HATS now. in. FISHEL'S.
Miss Ophelia Sawtelle and little
Ruby Anna Condon left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Miami, where Miss Saw Sawtelle
telle Sawtelle will visit Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Mackintosh and Ruby Anna will.be
the guest of her cousin, Florrie Mae
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 v. m.
,7H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 168. H
- After a two months absence Misses
Puby and Dorothy Cappleman are at
hme again and their friends are glad
to welcome them-back. They have
been touring with a party of seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five through the west. They visited
New Mexico, Arizona, California, the
Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National
Park, Denver, Colorado Springs, Cave
of the Winds, Pike's PeaK, etc., and
pronounce their trip marvelous from
beginning to end. The weather was
perfect and there were no mishaps
to any of the party and the seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five were most congenial.
Futch, who went to join them and
drive home their automobile. eccom-
r.anied bv his wife and son will be
heme in a day or two.
Georee Randall is
from an attac k of malarial fever.'
The resrular meeting" of Marion-
Dunn Lodsre No. 19 will be held to
Mrs. R. L. Geiger of Jacksonville is
a visitor in the city at the home of
her sister, Mrs. A. E. Gnann.
The Star h as received the following j
welcome message: iur.
Charles G. Woods announce the birth
of their daughter, Mary Helen, born
the twenty-ninth day of August, nine- ;
I teen twenty-one."
convalescingiT?RENT-OnSept 1st, five-room
Dungaiow wiin lattice porcn, water,
lights and phone connections. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Robt. F. Rogers, at the post post-nflRrA
nflRrA post-nflRrA 30-fit
Mr. Gus Padgett of Charleston, S.
C, is in the city for a visit to his aunt,
Mrs. Ed Carmichael.
Sheriff Thomas has returned from
St. Petersburg with a prisoner wno
escaped from the county gang a few
Mrs. R. L. Marsh and daughter,
Dorothy of Tampa, are visiting at the
home of the former's mother-in-law,
Mrs. Robert Marsh.
WANTED One ton worm drive Ford
truck. Must be in good condition
and a bargain. Apply at 119 South
DRESSMAKING In all styles of
women's apparel. Work guaranteed.
Eive years with Helvenston's store.
Prices reasonable. Glad to have
former customers -call as well as
new ones. Miss Lizzie Smith, 634
N. Magnolia St.
A letter from Mrs. G. A. Ottman,
of PiioMv Cnlft- announces that Mr.
- .rmrw, 1 1 -I l 1- 11
Ottman, who is in the hospital at that lUM-Jionoay, oetween unneuoa
place, is slowly recovering from v a
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
New Skirts at FISHEL'S.
Mr. Earl Smith has returned from
Tennessee and is a guest at the home
of his sister, Mrs. Walker.
Miss Connie Greea has arrived in
the city as designer and trimmer for
the Affleck Millinery Parlor. Miss
Green comes highly recommended,
having been with the best millinery
establishments in Atlanta and with
the Gage people in New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood left
this afternoon for a month's vacation
which they will spend in the north,
going first to visit relatives in Penn
Misses Sarah Johnson of Palatka
ar.d Rushabelle Sales of Tampa, are
visitors in the city at the home of
their aunt, Mrs.- L. W. Ponder.
very severe illness. Ocala people are
very sorry to learn of Mr. Ottman's
Miss. Ellie Tremere of
spent yesterday evening
Ocala friends. :
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown after an
absence of two or three months, are
again pleasantly located at their old
fcjne, the Colonial.
and Ocala, auto cushion. Return to
C. Y. Miller, Ocala, and receive re reward
ward reward 31-t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. 206
Main street. 31-3t
CATTLE WANTED Will pay $8 per
head for -stock cattle. Box No. 1,
Fort McCoy, Fla. 31-t
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and daughter,
Olive have gone to Madison for a two
weeks visit with relatives.
We Paint Signs
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
nVlvfV at th CtAA Fellow hall in the
Now is the time to sow many of the tp d 8torv of e cary block. A
Sower seeds for early fall, and our
t-.oto c,,rnlv i here. Bitting & Phil
lips, druggists and seedsmen.
424. West side of square.
This is a Studebaker year.
. 1 i I I 4.
warm welcome always exieoueu w
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frnk G. Churchill. Secretary.
This is a Studebaker year.
I Fort King Camp No. 14
K. of P bU at 7 SO p nv rvi-rv w w-fond
fond w-fond Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are aTways welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C-C.
Ctias. K. Sage. Clerk.
TTneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg-1
n t XT' I
ular prices. r unutrs
Raising the Family VftU fd MaaaJxa for tnr&kepttcam
t visic. mot vi&m
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