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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Saturday except showers in extreme south portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 72; this afternoon, 89.
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, mi
VOL 27
XO. 20S
GENERAL WOOD
TOOK TIE JOB
COTTON PRICES
IDEE MD OTHER
OFFICIALS HERE
BUELLE TAYLOR
FEDERAL TROOPS
MOVE FORWAR
REOEff 111 BEGUN
FOR RUSSIA
VS. HAMOII katz
ARE CLIMBING

Governor and Members of the Cabinet
Visiting the Industrial School and
- Inspecting the New Building
Mr. J. J. Luning, state treasurer,
arrived here yesterday afternoon, and
was followed on a late train by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Hardee, Attorney General Bu Bu-ford
ford Bu-ford and Commissioner McRae. They They-registered
registered They-registered at the Harrington and
early this morning went out to the
girls' industrial school, which the
governor and Mr. Buf ord have never
seen before. The governor has taken
much interest in this school, even
prior to his election, but has been too
busy to visit it.
The governor, Messrs. Buf ord and

McRae came in on one of the morning
trains, and had but little sleep before
they were, called up to go to break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. Miss Kite, superintendent of
school, came in for them in a car at
7 a. nt, and took them out to the
school for breakfast, after which they
began -inspection of the new building
and the school.
- The governor and other officials are
viewing and will probably accept the
vnew building to the school. This edi edifice
fice edifice is styled 4'Dormitory No.' 1," al although
though although it is the second building to be
elected. It is intended to be the
home of the superintendent and the
more Advanced scholars., who will be
distributed two in a room, instead of
a dozen to a score in one large room,
as in the first building. The higher
grades of the school will have their
. class room in this building. It is
built of hollow tile with a light-gray
stucco covering-, tiled roof and comes
near being fireproof. It is well lighted
and well ventilated, there -being at
least two windows for ecch bedroom,
the halls are wide and the parlor,
class room and reception room are
spacious and handsome. The entrance
is a broad piazza a couple of steps up
from the ground, and its columns sup
port a roomy porch above, which is
screened and can be used as a place
of-recreation or study in the day and
in the evening can be changed into a
sleeping porch.
The industrial school for girls was
provided for by the legislature of
1915, and is located on high, ground
two miles west of Ocala. It began
its work in a dwellinghouse in Ocala
. where it was carried on until the first
building was finished. This was
large brick structure, with, a good
manv deficiencies, but which would
today accommodate forty girls in com
parative comfort. It has done good
work. There being many more girls
than could be housed in the first build
ing, a second was provided for by the
legislature of 1919, and this is the one
just finished. The first building wil
be used for new comers, of which
there are a score or more in the state
waiting for places in the school. Mov
ing from the first building to the sec
ond will be considered as a promotion
for a girl.
During its four years of existence
the school has done good work, and a
number of girls have gone out from it
well equipped for the work of every-
day life. They are given a good
grammar school education, instructed
in household duties and most of them
can compare favorably with the aver
age girl of the public school. Two of
the girls are now doing excellent
work as nurses in the state hospital,
others are filling good positions in va various
rious various places, and some are- married
and making homes for themselves.
The state treats its foster children
well. They have plenty of good food
and not a few delicacies, neat and sub substantial
stantial substantial clothes for weekdays and
pretty uniforms for Sundays and holi holidays.
days. holidays. They have to take care of their
home, do all the cooking, -household
wort: and laundry. They are not with without
out without recreation; they have a good H-
brary, time off for sports and to do
small tasks for themselves. They have
competed at the county fair and won
a good many prizes. They also work
outdoors, taking care of their gardens,
pickiing fruit and berries, and in short
living busy, useful and rather happy
lives;.
The last legislature made appropria-
tion f or a new laundry and for a din-
ing hall between the two principal
buildings. The governor and his cab-
inet are desirous of providing the
school with a poultry farm, which the
girl can take care of and earn money
for themselves. A dairy may be add added
ed added to this. As time goes on the school
is likely to be more and more a credit
to the state. V

(Continued on Fourth Page)

itchers Battle, and a Very Close One
at that, Closed the Season
in Ocala

(L. T. I.)
Pitchers Taylor and Katz went round
nd round yesterday afternoon when
Dunnellon and cala played one of the
losest games of this season. Talk
bout your pitchers' battles, those
two lads did pitch a fight m yester-
ay's game. Taylor pitched the pret pret-Jest
Jest pret-Jest ball seen in Ocala this year. It
v.ras a ten-inning alt air. in tne nrst
nine innings Taylor had only faced 27
men and there were no hits register registered
ed registered again him. Only two men had got
ten on base and they were caught
napping and sent back to the bench.
In the tenth inning Kibler truly
ucked a little hit over Perez for the
only hit made off Taylor during the
ten innings. Kibler hit a grounder
to Perez who set himself for it and
was ready to make the throw to first,
but the ball hit a rock and bounced
four or five feet over the Cuban's
head. It had to count as a hit for
Jack Kibler, but it was hard to rob
Taylor of a no-hit game on such a
fluke.
Taylor struck out 13 men and walk
ed none. Katz, pitching for the vis
itors, was also in fine form and struck
out 11 men. Ocala made seven hits
off Katz but it was only in trie tenth
li ning that we were able to get two
safeties in the same inning. Katz had
things wel under his thumbs at all
times until the last round wnen we
made the winning run on a couple of
singles and a stolen base. Liddell led
off for Ocala in the tenth and struck
ouf. Brooks singled. Harris hit to
short who caught Brooks at second,
but Harris was safe on first. Harris
cabbaged second, making a pretty
slide. Wood came to bat and with his
third lick of the afternoon drove Har
ris across the plate.
Harry Wood got away "with three
hits out of five times at bat. Harry
getting more than his share of tne
hits allotted to one white man on one
ball team. The boy is all made up of
star dust. Don't forget Joe Brooks
and his two hits, either, when you
think, over that game yesterday. Joe
is batting well now.'
Jimmy Liddell made on real spiffy
catch when he robbed Katz of a hit.
The umpires both made several close
decisions on first base but poor men,
they can't be right every time, so
don't cuss them out this time. Weller
Carmichael says anybody can have his
job that wants it.
This was probably Ocala's last
game in Ocala. The game in Leesburg
Monday, Sept. 5th, will wind up the
season so far as Ocala is concerned.
Many of the stores will close at noon
Monday so that the people may have a
chance to go to Leesburg and see" this
game. Most of Ocala and all of
Leesburg will be there. There will be
quite a little noise in evidence. If'
you have any sort of noise-making,
raising machine, take it with you and
take along a spirit ready to make a
racket even if the team is behind. If
we start, off behind we want to root
the team to the front. An Ocala vie-
tory Monday will largely depend on
. --v t t 1 1 a At
the Ocala fans and the spirit they
take to Leesburg with them.
Let's go, boys and girls. Forget
your troubles for one day .and let's put
the hooks to Leesburg for. this season.
The Box Score
Dunnellon AB R H PO A E
Kibler, 3rd ... 4 0 1 0 3 0
Bryan, ss ...4 0 0 0 3 1
Strickland, ,1st 4 0 0 12 1 0
Katz, p .. 4 0 0 1 3 1
Epperson, cf ......3 0 0 0 0 0
Duke, 2nd 3 0 0 4 3 2
Kickliter, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Rosenfield, If 3 0 0 1 O'O
Hoolehan, c ...3 0 0 11 0 0
Totals 31 0
, Ocala ABE
Liddell, cf ........5 0
Biooks, 1st ... 5 0
1 29 13
H PO A
0 2
0
0
0
2
2-
0
2
0
3
2
0
3
0
0
0
1
1
9
2
13
1
1
0.
2
0
Harris, If 3
Wood,c... ...5
j Leaven good, 2nd .4
j Perez, ss ..4
: Luffman, 3rd ......4
Powell, rf ....4
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Taylor, p'
4
Totals 38 1 7 30 9 3
Ocala 000 000 000 11
Summary: Two base hits, Wood;
stolen bases, Strickland, Harris; hits
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

Begins to Look Like West Virginia
Mountaineers Deliberately Defy
the Government

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 2. Federal
troops from four camps numbering
approximately 4000 men today were
either enroute or in readiness to
move to West Virginia to enforce the
decision of the federal government to
restore order in the coal fields. The
Twenty-sixth Infantry left Camp Dix
and the Nineteenth was en route from
Camp Sherman. The Fortieth Infan
try is entraining at Camp Knox and
two companies have already left Fort
Thomas. The Sixteenth Infantry is
ready in reserve at Camp Dix.
TROOPS ARE READY
Washington, Sept. 2. Orders for
the immediate entrainment of troops
for the West Virginia strike zone
were issued today by Major General
Harbord, assistant chief of staff. Ac Action
tion Action was postponed, however, on the
question of declaring martial law,
pending conferences between Secre
tary Weeks and other officials with
President Harding. The proclamation
has been signed and requires only is issuance
suance issuance to become effective.
The orders were issued as the result
of a telegram from Brigadier General
Bandholtz, who was sent by Secretary
Weeks to report on the situation. Gen General
eral General Bandholtz at midnight recom recommended
mended recommended that troops be sent immed immediately.
iately. immediately. The troops which will move immed immediately
iately immediately are the Twenty-sixth and Six Sixteenth
teenth Sixteenth Infantry at Camp Dix and the
Nineteenth Infantry at Camp Sher Sherman.
man. Sherman. General Bandholtz will assume
command of the forces.
FIGHTING BRISK AT NOON
Logan, Sept. 2. After a morning of
uncertainty in which reports from
Spruce Creek ridge had told of spo sporadic
radic sporadic fighting since daybreak, it was
officially announced at noon that
heavy firing was taking place at Blair
mountain, Mill Creek and Crooked
Creek.
Airplanes scouting over Boone
county, east of the ridge, reported in increased
creased increased activity among armed bands
assembled there, while a courier from
the fighting zone said the continual
roar of gunfire could be heard along
the entire line. Reports indicated the
heaviest fighting since the line was
established along Spruce Fork ridge
and efforts were made by the Logan
county authorities to stop what they
termed an invasion of their county.
They said new men had been sent into
the fighting line, which is now about
20 miles in length. t
FIRING LAST NIGHT
Logan, Sept. 2. Early morning re reports
ports reports from the Spruce Creek ridge
told little about $he situation on the
Logan county border, where firing
from either side was spasmodic-during
the night. Officials were reticent
as to the situation. ?
SLACKUP IN SHOOTING
Firing was resumed along the ridge
at points between Mill Creek and
Crooked Creek shortly before day daybreak,
break, daybreak, but according to reports here
1 there seemed to be nothing more se-
1 x l 1 V.
rious than an exchange of shots be
tween outposts. vWith sunrise it in increased
creased increased but was confined to that im immediate
mediate immediate section. Comparative quiet
prevailed on Blair mountain, reports
said. -TROOPS
ARE ENTRAINING
Louisville, Sept. 2. The Fortieth
Infantry recruited to 1400 officers and
men began entraining at Camp Knox
today for West Virginia. It was un unofficially
officially unofficially said the regiment's destina destination
tion destination was the Mingo coal fields.
.
BATTING RECORDS OF
THE OCALA PLAYERS
This average begins with the first
! wmo Tint inrinninfi the farce with
Chalmers Military Academy, and in includes
cludes includes the game Sept. 1st with Dun-
'rellon:
Player
4 Clements .

At Bat Hits Av.
. 89 30 .336
.153 38 .248
. 93 24 .247
.158 36 .227
.127 27 -212
.111 23 .207
.117 23 .79G
. 18 3 .166
. 13 2 .153
. 35 5 .143
.71 .143
. 22 2 .090

Harris
Erooks
Perez
Horne
'Powell .......

Conscientious Old Soldier Retires
1 from the Army to Govern Philip Philippines
pines Philippines for His Country

(Associated Press)
'Manila, Sept. 2. Major General
Leonard Wood today announced his
acceptance of the post of governor
general of the Philippines tendered
him by President Harding. General
Wood notified Secretary of War Weeks
that he would retire from the army to
accept the governorship. He said he
telieved it to be his patriotic duty to
accept the position, owing to the se seriousness
riousness seriousness of the situation in the Phil Philippines.
ippines. Philippines. IRISH FORCING THE
HAND OF ENGLAND
(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 2. Premier Lloyd
George has sent a reply to de Valera
lo his latest communication on Irish
peace proposals to London for circu circulation
lation circulation among members of the cabinet.
Having regard for the serious issues
involved, the premier has summoned
a cabinet meeting to be held next
Wednesday at Inverness, Scotland.
ELIHU ROOT IS FULL
OF YEARS AND HONORS
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 2. Elihu Root has
declined nomination as a member of
the international court of justice un
der the league of nations on account
of his advanced age.
FIGHTING IT OUT
WOULD SAVE TIME
(Associated Press)
Geneva, Sept. 2. The council of the
league of nations today decided to re
fer the entire dispute between Alban Albania,
ia, Albania, Greece and Jugoslavia to the as-
sembl yof the league for settlement.
BODIES RECOVERED OF
TWO AMERICAN BOYS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Set. 2. The recovery
of the bodies of Robert M. Coons, of
Owensberg, Ky, and Lloyd E. Crowl,
of Charleston, S. C, victims of the
ZR-2 disaster, was reported to the
navy department today.
INTERNATIONAL TENNIS
CLASSIC BEGINS
(Associated Press)
' Forest Hills, N. Y.. Sept. 2 The
international tennis classic for pos possession
session possession of the Davis cup starts today
o nthe courts of the West Side Club,
with Wm. M. Johnston of San Fran
c:sco. lacing lcmya jvumagae oi
Japan, in the firts of the three day
series.
OFFICERS AMERICAN
BAR ASSOCIATION
(Associated Press)
Cincinnati, Sept. 2. C. L. Everence
of St. Paul, Minn., was eletced presi president'
dent' president' of the American Bar Association
today. Frederick A. ,Wadhams, of Al
tsny, N. Y, and A. Thomas Kemp, of
Baltimore, were re-eletced treasurer
and secretary, respectively.
CHAMPION WRESTLERS WILL
MEET AT DES MOINES
Omaha, Sept. 2. Carl Caddock of
Walnut, Iowa, former world's heavy
weight wrestling champion, has been
rratched to meet Stanislaus Zbyszko,
the present champion, at Des Moines,
Cct. 18th.
STORES WILL CLOSE MONDAY
The following stores will be closed
Monday, Sept. 5th, Labor Day, at 12
o'clock:
J. L. Smith Men's Furnishings, two
U-Serve stores, Federal Bakery, IL B.
Matsers Co., Main Street Market, O
K. Teapot Grocery, Style Hat Shop
H. A. Waterman, H. W. Tucker, Af
fieck 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 Marion
ion Marion Hardware Co, Crescent Grocery
Co., F. W. Cook, Carter's Bakery, J.
Malever, Whittington's, George Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. This is a Studebaker year.

ent Up Three Dollars Per Bale in
the Market at New Or Orleans
leans Orleans Today

(Associated Press)
New Orleans, Sept. 2. A further
rise of about $3 a bale today in the
cotton market carried the price to the
new high level for the season, Janu
ary touching 18 cents a pound.
O. H. S. GETTING
READY FOR ACTION
The O. H. S. football team has been
getting in some timely work during
the last ten days. The weather is hot
out tne ooys were greeted last
wool of tha t ?
by several cool days, and this was a
big help.
A goodly number have turned out,
and most of them are coming out with
an earnest purpose and are working
sard, but there are many smaller
boys and a number of larger boys

around town who would profit by the stretchf 16 fet in width at the turn8
drills and training which the team isiand 50 feet wide on the back streich.

getting, and besides they would ren-!Irside the track wU1 be an athletic
der the team a valuable service by.,, for haPbali fnothall. tnmV

developing spirit. If the smaller boys
will come out and work, they can give
the older boys some good practice, and
at t.ne same time strenginen tneir 1
possibilities for next year's team and j
for even more remote future teams.
tercise will do

you good, and your presence will.help jl0 a rapid conclusion. As the Jack Jack-up
up Jack-up build a Strong team. j ROT.vniP fair follows thnsP at Atlanta

Ocala High expects to meet some

strong teams this year and we expect j ctrtain of hoking some fast horses
seme good scores. The boys meet ev-!for the openin? meet. inquiries are
ery night at. the baseball park at 8jnow coming in from" horsemen, many
cvclock. So far, they have been going !cf whom intend to winter in jackson jackson-through
through jackson-through exercises and running to de-!vill. and hol da snH aei t.

velop endurance, but they are' adding!:
more to their program daily, and in
a week or two signal practice will be
gin.
"Who's going to make the team?"
is a question asKed by many, jnow,
frankly, the fellows that put the most

into tneir preparation win sureiy nave feature3 seen this year. U is planned
preferencerom the fact that theL. hold free ts duri the fair

coach always recognizes the effect of

training. It's easy to pick out the Mammoth fireworks displays are plan plan-toy
toy plan-toy that trains. So. if you want toj fo .h ;ht durin, fair.

ve a hope of making the team, come
out and get the training. If you do
not somebdy is going to beat you to
tnat place on tne team mat piace
you've got sewed up.
A squad of forty" is our slogan.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
IS SLIGHTING FLORIDA
Jacksonville, Sept. 2. Although the
Florida legislature of 1907 appro appropriated
priated appropriated $10,000 for the placing of a
statue of General E. Kirby-Smith in
the Hall of Fame at Washington, and
the statue has been in its place in the
. m i m
national capitoi a number oi years,
the federal government never has ac accepted
cepted accepted it officially nor had it been un unveiled.
veiled. unveiled. Persons here interested in the sta
tue are asking why there has been no
acceptance and whr.t has been done
toward preparations for the ultimate
unveiling.
Several years after the Kirby Kirby-Smith
Smith Kirby-Smith statue was authorized, a statue
o: Dr. John Gorrie, discoverer of the
process for making artificial ice, was
presented to the Hall of Fame, was
accepted by the government and un
veiled with appropriate ceremonies.
Iu view of the fact that fourteen
years have elapsed since the action
of the legislature and several years
since the forwarding to Washington
cf Florida's statue of its civil war
hero, many persons are desirous of
having the Kirby-Smith statue form formally
ally formally presented to the government, ac accepted
cepted accepted and unveiled.
CALVARY
Calvary, Aug. 31. Mr. Fred Buhl's
friends are glad to report he. is im improving.
proving. improving. Mr. J. W. Morrison had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to lose one of his horses week
before last. x
Mr.' and Mrs. George Buhl and chil children
dren children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Morrison last Sunday evening.
Mr. J. W. Morrison, who has been
sick for a week, is improving slowly.
. Miss Jessie Morrison was out visit visiting
ing visiting her relatives last Sunday.
Mrs. Buhl, whoh as been sick, is
weir again.
We are looking forward to the
opening of school here soon.
Victor records for September now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. 1-St

This End of the Wedge of Relief from
America Slipped Into
Place Today

(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 2. The first kitchen
for feeding children was established in
Petrograd today by the American re relief
lief relief administration.
RACES AT THE STATE FAIR
Jacksonville, Sept. 2. Harness and
running races, with possibly automo-
! bile SDeed events, are assurpd as a
part of the 1921 norid!k State Fair
jaRd Exposition, to be held at Jackson-
v-i1Ie f rom November 2 to 19 .inclusive,
-
with the breaking of ground for the
building of a half-mile track, stables
and grandstand immediately west of
the present fair grounds.
The track will have an excellent
c.'ay surface and in the vernacular of
the sporting world will be fa si. It
! will he 80 fpet wirip nn the hnme-
nmj ntW Bnts' cw;
;city ofthe grandstand and bleachers,
combined will be 6500 p le at the
si&ri
Contract for the race course was re.
i .,i
h Wr, started and will he nushed
ard Savann, the fair asso-;at5o j.
h : 1QO
-Inauguration of racing as a perma permanent
nent permanent part of the state fair is regarded
as one of the jnost important steps yet
taken by the fair association in build-
ing up the institution. In addition to
racing, there will be many otner new
, .t1 fpot of the stand.
; t k t b utilized
j throuehout the vear for automobile.
rootorcycle bicycle races. Begin-
j nin? in 1922 the fair association
to ho1 auto rat.ea on JuIv T.W
!p Christmas and on New Year's
day 1923. The racetrack enclosure will
be- the scene of important football
games during the fall of 1922, with
the crowning gridiron event Thanks Thanksgiving.
giving. Thanksgiving. LYNNE-CONNER
Conner
' 1
Seyt. 1. Capron Smith
and wife and William McDonald are
camping for a few days at Salt
Springs.
Rev. E. M. Henderson cf Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, addressed the B. Y. P. U. last
Thursday evening. He was given a
cordial welcome by his friends in his
old home church and spoke earnestly
to the. young peoplev, after which he
preached a sermon which was appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by.alL
Miss Gladys Stanaland was in
Ocala over Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. John R. Rogers.
Willie SewelL wife and little girl
of Sanford, are visiting Mrs. Sewell'3
father, J. N. Stevens and family, and
other relatives.
C. H; Hogan and Mrs. Hogan, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their son, Haywood and
nephew, Earl Eale, spent Tuesday
and Wednesday at Salt Springs.
Miss Ina Belle Scarborough of near
Ocala, is spending the week with her
cousinMrs. Chas. IL Rogers.
Gene Rivers of Lake City, visited
his grandmother, Mrs. NA. Fort a
few days this week.
H. G. Shealy, of Ocala, county
superintendent of public" schools,
visited the neighborhood recently in
his official capacity.
George Randall is convalescing
from an attack of malarial fever.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Uneeda Biscuit lc per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
Store. SO-lOt



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Clarke has been stopping in that city.

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Kntered at Ocala. FXa.,
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begal advertisements at legal rates.

How many people in Florida know
that one of the worst murderers in the
state, a man who mercilessly shot his
wife to death and was on his trial
recommended to mercy by a : soft soft-boiled
boiled soft-boiled jury, was turned loose by the

pardoning board under the Catts ad

ministration and is now free to marry

iid murder another woman?

No person is entirely safe and sane
until he or she is dead.

T

That part of West Virginia where
the trouble is going on is worse than

the same area of Mexico.

,Why do they call it "labor day'

when it is a day on which so many

people avoid labor

Florida writers are continually say

ing people come to our sunny state
because of their health. Well, they

don't lose any health by soloing.
Dr. Belcher of Taroon Sm-ines. ac

cused of the murder of Miss Virginia

Turner one night last week, has been
, released under a $10,000 bond. He is

a third cousin of the dead girl.

Among Marion's other attractions,
it is one of the most orderly counties
in Florida. Seldom see story of a
crime under a Marion : county, date

line.

We hope Pinellas county will catch

the murderar of Virginia Turner and

"hang him higher than Haman. Per

haps if she had hung her first slayer

of women, the lesson would have been

heeded. ;

A good many hard-boiled business
men sneer at sentiment. Business is
good as far as it can go, but many a
man has found that if business could
not carry him all the way he was lost

if sentiment did not come to his res
cue.

- Great Scott! Even the children in
Chicago take to the major crimes. A

twelve-year-old girl has just been ar arrested
rested arrested and she has confessed to par

ticipating with her fourteen-year-old
brother in forty burglaries. Miami

Herald.
Major crimes by minor criminals.
1
And now the Times-Union wants
everybody to stop talking about
North and West and South Florida,
and to simply say Florida. If we had
a dollar for every time we have seen
the two words, "South Florida," in
the T.-U., we would have enough kale
to buim up a large, wet mule.

OCALA FOR A TIME

WILL HAVE HER OWN

the chickens so carefully raised at
his home.
, After a few hours spent at Delk's
Bluff the party returned to the head
cf the springs, where dancing was en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed until a late hour. Chaperoning
the party were Dr. and Mrs. H. W.
Henry, who always enter into the
merriment and pleasure of any occasion.

I CASH AND CARRY

Uneeda Bi scuit lc. per package
with a pound, of bulk crackers at reg- 5
nlar prices. Farmers' Exchange'
Store. 30-10t

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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

A copy of the report of the fourth

section committee of Southern car

riers made following the conference in
Atlanta with representatives of ship

pers made in July shows that the pro proposed
posed proposed changes in freight rates to

Florida points remain substantially
the same as proposed in the original

fourth section report. There are some J

minor changes but the report still
embodies the principle of the long and
should hauL It eliminates Tampa and
Sanf ord, for example, as basing

points, which advantage these cities
have held because of water competi competition.
tion. competition. All points south of Ocala, in including
cluding including Tampa and Sanford. have
higher rates than Ocala, under the
proposed rate schedule. Under exist

ing freight rates, both Sanford and
Tampa enjoy lower rates than Ocala
and under the proposed schedule these
two points will have higher rates than

Ocala. Tampa, as has been an

nounced, proposes to fight the new

rates by shipping by water and motor
trucks. A copy of the new report of

the fourth section committee has been

received by the Marion County Board
cf Trade and may-be seen by any of
the shippers who are interested.

KAPPA ALPHA PICNIC

AND BOAT RIDE

OUR FALL
SHOWING
Street and Dress
Hats
FRIDAY, SATURDAY
-' Sept, 2nd and 3rd
Style Hat Shop
Rena Smith

" But the same courteous treatment accorded our many past and prospective
customers. Rock bottom prices on quality goods.
Below are a few of our many money saving items.

Self-Rising Flour, quality
guaranteed, 12 lb. bags

60c

Self-Rising Flour quality
guaranteed. 24 lb. bags

$1.15

Self-Risiug Flour, quality
guaranteed, 98 lb. bags

$4.45

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILK

Irish Potatoes,
per pound

5c

Irish Potatoes
per peck

70c

Some people in this vicinity are
trying to start an oil company on the
strngth of a f little oil found, smelt
or imagined somewhere in forty miles
of Ocala. There are a great many
places in the world where a little oil
is found, but fewer where it exists in
'sufficient quantities to 'make it pay to
sink wells. If there is any consid considerable
erable considerable amount of oil in this vicinity
it will manifest itself in too great
.quantity to be doubted. Until it does,
better let prospectors bore wells with
their own money. It is a safe bet
that oil is not likely to spout thru
sand from a limestone foundation.

Is Brother Benjamin still at war
with Germany? We begoim to desist.
"Blessed are the peace"" makers."
Bronson Times-Democrat.
I. We told you, Brother Farmer, you
are such a lovely old woman, we'd iet
you have the last word. We are sur surprised
prised surprised and pained to have you try to
reopen the argument. Why should we
not instead sweetly discourse about
the potato crop? We don't like to
argue international f affairs with a
friend who evidently doesn't read the
daily papers.

During: the brief term that Miss
Lena M. T. Clarke served as actual

postmaster at West Palm Beach the
bu siness of that office increased by
more than one hundred and forty-two
per cent. Before Miss Clarke has been
in Orlando six weeks the government
recognizes the need of increased facil facilities
ities facilities in the postoffice at thpt point, and

The Kappa Alphas of the city got
together several days ago and decided
they would honor their friends with

a boat ride down Silver Springs run

and a picnic supper. This delightful

aaffir took place yesterday afternoon,

at least forty-five being present.

' The following were the hospitabl

hosts, who did so well that the ladies

have decided to turn the tables and

hereafter let them do the social en entertaining,
tertaining, entertaining, namely: Messrs. L. Wi

Duval, Norman Home, Edward Green,

Clarence, Roscoe and Wellie Meffert;
William Fielding, Tom Wallis, E. E.
Hall, K. C. Moore, Alfred MacKay
and Sam Burford and Ike Jarrell of
Williston.
The. party left the springs shortly
atfer four o'clock, each one in the
best of spirits in anticipation of the
jolly good time ahead and no one was
disappointed. The boat ride ended at
Delk's Bluff, and here the picnic sup supper
per supper was spread. The hosts of the oc occasion
casion occasion had prepared quantities of
fried chicken and freezers of ice cream
and the ladies brought such things as

salads, sandwiches, deviled eggs, etc.,
and indeed it was a most elaborate

spread.

Mr. Duval thinks he discovered the
reason for the quality of fried chick chicken
en chicken served. His taste is evidently very

acute for he declares the portions oft

chicken served him tasted similar to OCfllQ HOUS BlOCfc

IF YOU'RE

SEARCH I N6

for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw yonr Deadlight
, on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and car work is
G U ARANTEED

Cloverbloom Butter Aln
per pound t 41 v
Cheese 77r
per pound L I v
Maxwell House Coffee Vkc
per pound 30v
White House Coffee 2Qp
per pound flOw
American Sardines, in oil, i JLp
per can 4 2 v
Lemons 2ftf
per dozen OUv

It is no effort to save here. All prices marked in
PLAIN FIGURES

mrnNGTON

Two Stores

& pmuuFS

One East of City Square 1 WU 3Uir: One West of Cily Square
STOP AT THE ONE NEAREST YOU

I IP O IP d S O IT

iBLALOCK BROS:

VULCANIZING

FAR MERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida
ChaYY i Rail' a aT weat our
XstWTTy DtZll as good as any and less in price

UNEEDAS and all former

10c pkgs. Crackers...
Three packages
for
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers ..........
Tall Pink
Salmon..'
Campbell's Soup
per can
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for. ......
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
- three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen

Cherry Bell Flour -1 OP
24. lb sack V OO
Sauer's Self -Rising 1 Q f
24 lb sack vlOU

Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins. .
One pound of
good Tea.
Senate Coffee
per pound.
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for.
Senate Coffee,
three pounds for.

8c

20c
15c
15c
12c
45c
8c
21c
55c

30c
30c
. 40c
. 75c
$1.10

Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans for. .......
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle. .
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per Jbottle ....
Reddick Peanut Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,
large

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

40c
75 c
65c
40c
30c

15c
$1.70
7c
. 80c
.. 25c
. 95c
. 15c
: 65c
. 30c
15c
75c

Purina Feed far Cows, Chickens and Dorses. Free Delivery

a to -,a "2n-ys
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What Henry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
"In the tractor the farmer uow has A machine in which is harnessed
one of the most adaptable, efficient, economical sources of. power in the world
the internal combustion engine.
. "The tractor will multiply the productive capacity of each individual
farm worker from three to four times over.
"It will put the farmer on a par with the citv manufacturer. It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is what a farm is on to an efficient
production basis.
It will enable each worker to eirn so much more that he can be paid
more and still leave a greater profit for the man who hires him. It will enable
the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life
"I believe the tractor will make farming what it ought to be the most
pleasant, the most healthful, the most profitable business on earth."

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 13a

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Tesit our delivery service when you; The most delicious light rolls and
want FRESH meat. Just call phone cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
1C8. Main Street Market. 11-tf (Carter's Bakery. 15-tf

-.-ADAflS & MORRISON GARAGE
Prompt Service
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

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Groceries

Cook's
Llarket and
Grocery

The best meat is necessary for health
and strength we handle nonebut the
best. The same may be said of Groceries,
and in this fine ire carry 'none but the
highest class obtainable. Upon these
facts, with oar prompt delivery service
we soticite your trade. Try as
TELEPHONE 243

SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
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

OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT

tWffh Touring Cars
Speed Wagons

Fall Line of GOODYEAR Tires

EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
and Repairing

Bicycles and Supplies

IB. F. CONDON

Fort King Ave. & Osceola St.

Ocala, Florida

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
FORD REPAIRING
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252

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 mea! ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf

oJInNew York 'taking a

Will announce date "of re-

..Xweturn later.

DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

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

'BARGAIN;

IF! COLORED RENTAL
PROPERTY
One six-room house in
goo d 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,
large lots.
Price, each $650
2 three-room houses
Price, each $350
S.S. Savage, Jr.

New Fall Goods
Arriving Daily

Our buyer; who has been in the markets for the past
three veeks, has returned, but shipped in advance his
excellent selection of goods for Fall and Winter, consist consisting
ing consisting of

Ladies9 Suits, Coat Suits, Shoes, Millinery
Men's Suits, Hats, Foot-wear, Children's
Dresses, Rompers, Shoes, Etc., Etc.

And a better selection has never been displayed in this store. The
really important feature of this season's elections is that everything

was purchased at pre-war prices, and will be
. sold in the same way.
i

The 0a

le ucaia Bazaar

F P. GADS0N Prop.
Ocala - Florida 1

MA'S SLANG CURE

By EDNA M. FORDE.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND 3IONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

II C V. Roberts

Phone 305

"Aw, how d'ya get that way, any anyway?"
way?" anyway?" shrieked freckle-faced Freddie
to his sister.
"Sittin' on a stone .wan. she re retorted
torted retorted nonchalantly, "an don't you get
too fresh or I'll spill the beans to ma
that you gave the cat our gold fisi I"
"Aw, Whadda I care I If you squeal
about the gold fish HI tell teacher
where you hide your chewing gum,
Seer
"Well, awright. If you wont tell,
then I wont. Huhr
But Freddie's answer was loet as
they disappeared through the hole In
the back yard fence..
Now all the while there had been
an eavesdropper who had heard this
slangy conversation. Mrs. Ilapgood,
mother of these two scallywags, stood
listening behind a pile of wood which
Freddie should have chopped long
ago.
"It's a problem," she sighed, as she
emerged and trudged her way through
the deep snow to the chicken coop.

It 8 a problem to know how to man manage
age manage children now-a-days."
Sarah and Freddie, 15 and 14 re respectively,
spectively, respectively, were at the age when they
should have been a help and a Joy
to their mother.
While Mrs. Elapgood was in the act

of collecting eggs, a brillant thought
occurred to her I She sat down right
then and there and wondered If her
Idea, carried out would cure those
little imps of their slang and lazy
habits. "He who hesitates is lost,"
she quoted. So putting the eggs back
in the nests, she trudged the short'
space from the chicken coop to the
house.
"No harm in trying, anyway," she
mused.
"Yoo-hool Oh, ma-a-a-a-al" shouted
voices from the back yard. "Is sup supper
per supper ready? Gee, we're starvln'I" And
then followed a general slamming of
doors, kicking off rubbers, sniffling
from the cold and plenty of Impa Impatience.
tience. Impatience. 1
"IIow do you get that way?" greeted
a voice from the next room and they
entered to find Mrs. Hapgood seated
snugly before the fireplace with a
magazine. "Why don't you two have
a heart?" she continued. "I don't feel
like getting supper. It can go hang
for all I care!"
Freddie and Sarah, round-eyed and
speechless, stood -staring at her from
the doorway.
The voice continued: "The eggs
aren't in, the store Is closed, the wood's
not in, and there's no fire In the
range. How do you expect me to get

supper?"
At this point Freddie ventured to
say, timidly: "Now, ma, quit yer kid kid-din
din kid-din ; we're awful hungry, honest !"
And Sarah, encouraged, ran to her
mother, threw her arms around her
neck and pleaded : "Please hurry, ma ;
we're goin' slidln tonight up to
Brown's hill, and It's nearly time we
were leavin Isn't it, Freddie?" turn-,
ing to her brother, who burst forth
with a torrent of pleadings.
Right here Mrs. Hapgood's courage
nearly failed her. but she pulled her herself
self herself together and forcing a laugh ex exclaimed:
claimed: exclaimed: "Well, if It's time to leave,
let's go."
"But ma the supper."
"Never mind the supper. Slldln's
more important than eatin anyway
let's go!"
"Oh, whatever Is the matter with
mar walled Sarah. "She talks like
that bold woman on Alden street, who
never cleans her home."
"I'm waitln'!" called a voice like
the woman's on Alden street. "Aren't
you ready yet?"
Freddie ambled Into the kitchen,
and with penitent eye and drooping lip
he toed the mat and mumbled: "Aw,
I guess I won't go slidin' tonight, and
I wish you wouldn't go either, ma."
"Yes, let's stay home and we'll all
cook supper together," chimed in
Sarah.
"And well play dominoes," suggested
Fred.
"No," declared ma, 'firmly. "I'm sick
of stayin home, doln all the work an
cookin meals, an' talkin like a nice
mother! .From now on Pm go In to
talk slang and do no work. Get me?"
"Mother dear, please!" begged Sa Sarah.
rah. Sarah. "I don't know what has hap happened
pened happened to you, nor how you got that
I mean how you changed, but some somehow
how somehow I feel It is my fault and Freddie's,
and If you will only say you are fool fooling,
ing, fooling, and promise you will be our own
darling sweet mother once again. I'll
do anything you want, and we won't
talk slang or be lazy any more, will
we, Freddie?"
"Please, ma-a-a-a We've been too
fresh, I guess, and anyway I was Just
thinkln' I could chop half that wood
on such a nice moonlight night as to tonight":
night": tonight": pause "If youll cook us some
scrambled eggs first."
Then Mrs. Hapgood knew she had
won. Enough was said, and nobody ;
could doubt her children's sincerity, i

Soon they were all hustling about
getting supper, and not until the pud pudding
ding pudding dish was emptied did Mrs.' Hap Hapgood
good Hapgood fess up. Then they all laughed,
and Sarah said she would do the
dishes.
"I never knew It was such fun to

help!" 'she declared, "or that you were i

such good fun, mother, dear, and rm
glad you taught us a lesson!"
And as Freddie slung the ax over
his shoulder and opened the door h
flung back: "Ma, you win the hand handsome
some handsome cement spats for that one!"
But Mrs. Hapgood forgare him tola.

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
f or Marion County, in Chancery.
K. S. Rogers, Complainant, vs. Anna
B. Taylor, et al., Defendants.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is nr ?(t-vH that A i a

herein named, to-wit: Anna B. Tay

lor and Herbert Taylor, be and
they are hereby required to appear to
tne bill of rnmrvlai'nf filA ; v;

w IlltU Ail LiiiS

cause on or before Monday, the 3rd

, is further ordered that a copy of
this order h nnki;c) t.

x ..n vulc ix wecK
lOr TOUr rnncooniica 1 ;

r c5 Evening Star, a newspaper pub-

rrir tu county ana state.

o ,fna aay of September, 1921.
(Seal) T T T n n.r, of T

-9lrcuit Court, Marion County,
Florida By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
r. R. Hocker,

Complainant's Solicitor. 9-2-5t-fri

Barney Spencer
Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

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Victor records for September now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t

-NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

oy virtue of a final decree of foreelos-
f?l.TUn certaln "use SSS SSS-in?
in? SSS-in? in the circuit court of the fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial circuit of the state of Florida. In
Th1h Ce Clark, joined hy her
husband. J W dark, is complainant!
and Mward B. Savage and Edith r!
Savage are xiefendants. of date August
I9!1, : th undersigned spe special
cial special master in chancery, appointed by
the said court to execute tne provia provia-if
if provia-if of said decree, shall offer for sale
and -sell to the uighest and best Mdder.
rAiCucXiorx'Jor cash "and. in
front of the west door of .Marion county
court bouse. Offlia i.t

Monday, Septentber 51k, X, D. 1921
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
f i ? clock P- m-' the ,ands situated
in Marion county, state of Florida,
more particularly described as follows!
tO"W Its
"The southwest quarter (aw) of the
northwest quarter (nw4) and north.
?Sl?Uaf BW) of e southwest
sw), both m section twenty-seven
Jli',towi,shll,,lfteen 15- rane
twenty-three (23). east: and also the
foUowins lands: the east half ei) of
!rSJ?orth.west urter nw) and the
southwest quarter w) of the north northwest
west northwest quarter (nw). and the southeast
?uawfr V5e,4) of tne northeast quarter
ne) of section twenty-etpht (28).
township fifteen (15). & range twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three (23). east, all of the foregone
lands muiIa nino' -n

n v i fra, nioi e yr
less, or o much thereof as may be nec necessary
essary necessary to satisfy said final decree and
cost of suit.

S. T. SISTRUNK.
Special Master In Chancery.
WM. A. JDFFCOAT. r
Complainant's Solleitc-r. 8--Sat
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Under and bv virtue of the final

tree rendered in that certain cause
wherein J. M. McDnffip is

and Samuel Z. Ring is defendant, by
the Honorable W. S.-BuUock, judge
of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion county, in chancery,
of date 7th day of July, I will offer

ior saie ana seii to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the south door
of the court house in tht cifv vf SWlo

Marion county, Florida, within the
1 t 1 m

legai nours oi sale, on
Monday, the 5th day of September,

A. D. 1921

the following described oersonal

property in Marion countv. Florida.

to-wit:

One bav horse named Prince nKnnf

six vears oldt one single horse RtnHe-

baker wagon bought of Mclver & Mac-
TT A

rxay; inree nogs, marked smooth crop
in each ear, two splits in each ear,
underbit in each ear, or s6 much there thereof
of thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said
final decree and costs of suit.

D. Niel PVrtmsnn.

L. W Duval, Special Master.

Complainant's Solicitor. 5-5t-Fri

SEEDS
For Fall Planting
We are Receiving New
Crop Seeds DaiJy

G. C GREENE
Phone 435

The

Mutual Life
Insurance Company
of New York

The Oldest Legal Reserve
Company ir. America

One of the largest and strongest
companies m the world

Let me take care of your insur insurance
ance insurance needs, and be safe

Mrs. E. C. Bennett
. Agent
Ocala, Florida

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

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Coat Suits
Sport Shirts
Blouses
Silk Dresses
Wool Dresses
Jumper Dresses

Rh

einauer s

Ocala, Florida

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DIXIE HIGeWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tirea 30x3 1-2,
; 8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
POLAR1NE Heavy Oil, five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533

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inifE&Ira v 807 Lime St. Phone 242

Premier Sal id
Dressing, large..
Durkee's Salad
Dressing, small

Sweet Corn, Na. 2 11.
size' Der can lOw

Kerosene

5 gallons for

39c
17c

80c

c

Fancy Whole Head'K-,

Rice. 3 H U)3. for .tV

Porto Racan Yams E
ner Deck .7. -V

Best Compound 1
ner nou nd ... - -1 tc V

B. & M Fish
Flakes, per can

Maxwell House
Coffee, per pounck-tJuv

White House
Coffee, per pound.

13c

38c

25c
Uc

Gold Bar Spinach
per can
Evaporated Milk
tall can

Evaporated Milk (A.p
small can --.U 2 L
Dime Brand Con- 1
densed Milk 13 w
Gojd Medal, plain 11 r
flour, 121b. sack..! It
Gold Medal, pl'n e 1 CA
fl'r 24 lb. sk tPltSU
Omega, plain flour 11 n
12 pound sack I v
Omega, pl'n fl'r ffl 1Z
24 pound sack.-tp'wO
White Ring, self Lln
rising fl'r, 12 lb sk.UOw
White Ring, SR.GM 11
flour, 24 lb.sk. .i.LL

We sell Kingan's Sugar Cured Breakfast acon,
Minced Lunch Meat, Boned and Rol ed Ham, Smoked
Sausage and North's White Bacon

mm muss

EUELLE TAYLAR
VS.

HAMON KATZ

If you have and society items

j the Star, pleae call five-one.

for

(Continued from First Page)

. tfT Taylor, 1; of Katz, 7; walked by

pitcher, Katz, 1; hit by pitcher, Kats,

HARDEE AND OTHER
OFFICIALS HERE

(Continued from First Page)

A Star reporter went out to the

school about 11:15 to see the visiting

Just arrived, celery, string beans,

I okra and avocado pears at the Fort

King Confectionery. 2-St

1; struck out by Taylor, 13; by Katz, officials. They were all, very much at

11; wild pitch, Katz, 1. Umpires, home. The governor said he was well

Mr. Tobe Bracken has returned
home from si several weeks' visit to
Atlanta.

Paskin and CarmichaeL Time, two
hours. -Scorer, L. T. I. Attendance,

175 whole and 21 half tickets. Re Receipts,
ceipts, Receipts, ?92.75.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEIENTS
POSITION WANTED As steno stenographer,
grapher, stenographer, clerk or cashier. Apply or
phone Oca! a House. 31-t

Just arrived, celery, string beans,

and avocado pears at the Fort

King Confectionery. 2-Gt

okra

Uneeda Biscuit 1c. per package I

with a pound, of bulk crackers at reg- j

Exchange j

Miss Byrd .Wartmann has returned
from a three weeks' visit in St. Au

gustine. Sept. 12th Miss Wartmann
wil lopen her studio of music for the
year 1921-22, at her home on South

-Sanchez street.

pleased with the students and it was

easy to see tney were pieasea wun

him. 1 hey have evidently found a ;

strong riend in Mr. Hardee. The
governor is most favorably impressed

with the new building and the school

in general.

Attorney General Buf ord, in spite of

the earlv hour he had to arise, had

managed to slip out and buy a shave
and have his hair parted. Some job
parting that hair for Buford, but it

has a fine effect when finished. Wnl

McRae, as usual, looked like a big,
sunburned, halfway-old farmer. He
111 Vi 11 i 1 I Tl.

Mr F G Buhl who lives in the 10 ucaia altera vacauon spcui m iookcu uugmy eu cuuieuicu.

Shadv section, is ill at the hospital. 1 latyon, ua, iar up in me mouiuams, i reporter uiu noi &ee .ur. Junius,

Mr Buhl was brought from St. Luke's sWEere sne sa 5 11 was reniarKaui twMIirm ir"-a ui te sc-num ever ai

. t : r-i a ,!ar.H nleasant. Miss Shenhard will be it started. Thev all looked like they

iaeo so that he could be nearer to his I busy from now on preparing for the were having a pleasant time, so the

family, and while he is quite sick, his c-r?n:nS oi trie nign scnooi, oi wmcn scriDe iorDore asking mem any que-

friends will be glad to learn that hei-e ,s principal. uuns ui

lne governor ana nis party are o

New Skirts at FISHEL'S. tf leave on this afternoon's train, so

FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1318
modeL Apply at O'Neil & Holly
gaage. 9-2-tf
FOR SALE Electric motor for Sing Singer
er Singer sewing machine. Apply to Miss
Louise Gamsby. Ocala library. 29 -Ct

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-Ct-

ular

Store.

urices.

Farmers'

This is a Studebaker year.

30-10t

i :

Miss Mamie Shephard has returned

tc Ocala after a vacation spent m

; was reported better yesterday, and it

i hoped his improvement will con con-:
: con-: tinue steadily.

Citizens Investment Company's
stock at a bargain. Box 329, Ocala,

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

WACAHOOTA

Fla.

29-6t

16 pounds of sugar for one dollar, j Wacahoot A 81We were

witn a aoiiar & rU UA B w i grateful for the refreshing shower
eries for cash Saturday and Monday- afternoon. It not

only. Phones 377 and lbz.

all

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H. B. WHITTINGTON.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passengei
trains at OCALA UNION .STATION
The following schedule figures, pub
liahed as information and lot guar

anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAL
Leave Arrivt
2:20 am Jacksnnvffle-N'York 2:10 an:
1:65 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 ptr.
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pjr.
2:55 em N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 air.
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 arr
1:50 pm' Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pn
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 prr
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrivr
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'YoVk 2:?.3 .n
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gaville 3:24 pnr
6:42 am J ksonville-Gansvil ie 10:13 prr
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 .or
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pn
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pn

l'.2: pn-

which fell Sunday afternoon.

orlj cooled the atmdsphere but gave
new life to all the vegetables.
Mr. Alvin Wasdin returned to his
home at Graham -on the 21st, after
several days spent at the home of Mr.
C. R. Curry.
Mrs, J. O. Tyson and children and
Mrs. V. P. Smith attended the funeral
of Dr. Frank McRae at Melrose last

Thursday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. John Griner of

Brooklyn, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Griner of Macon, Ga., spent

Friday night with Mrs. V. P. Smith.

Miss Isabel O'Neal of Gainesville,

was the guest of Miss Jamilee Tyson

seevral days last week.

Mr. Neal Mathews, accompanied by

his mother, Mrs. J. M. Mathews, and
his sister. Miss Marie, of Flemington,

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Curry Sunday.
Mr. Elvin Bruton, deputy sheriff,
made trips to Ocala last week taking
prisoners, Randolph Britt, ( who was
arrested for cruelty to animals and
John Dobson, for "shine" making.
Messrs. R. W. Mosley and C. R.
Curry were transacting business- in

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richey, who
hs-ve apartments at the home of Mrs.
Annie Akin, have as their guests for
the winter the former's mother and
sister, Mrs. Eliza Richey and Miss
Lois Richey.

Fall DRY
FISHEL'S.

GOODS arriving

daily,
tf

Mr. Mack Taylor is a business visi visitor
tor visitor to Jacksonville.

BOY, howdy! We
SHIRTS. FISHEL'S.

have

those
tf

have no time to stop in town. They

The public library will be closed on J had a day's work at the school. But

the governor says he will pay a more

extended visit to Ocala soon to renew
acquaintances. Mr. Hardee is a busi

ness governor and finds it a bit diffi difficult
cult difficult to get away from Tallahassee,

where work is always piled up for
him to do.

FOR SALF. One almost new su supreme
preme supreme wood range cheap. Mrs.
Reginald Ragsdale, 24 Ray street.
Phone No. 530. 30-3t
LIVE STOCK Have three Jersey
bulls, Biltmore strain, ready for
service, $75 each. J. L. Wallace,
Ocala, Fla. 30-4t
FOR SALE Ford sedan newly paint painted
ed painted and in excellent condition. Five
practically new tires. Apply to

Norman Horne, Ocala. 29-6t

Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5th.

Uneeda Biscuit lc per package

w'th a pound of bulk crackers at reg

ular prices.
Store.

Farmers'

Exchange

30-10t

Mr. Angus Birdsey of Macon, Ga.
is a visitor in town for the day.

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

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Ocala at Leesburg Monday, Labor

Day.

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main

Street Market. 11-tf

Mr. B. H. Seymour who has been in

Jacksonville for several months, is in

town for a few days.

Big assortment millinery Fishel's.

Mr. W. E. McKay of Coleman is in
the city for a few days.

0;OU Lull iiuiuvoaooa
10:15 pm Leesburg 6 : 12 arr our county seat Saturday.

4:45pm. uamesvme ii.ou-iiir
Morv'iv. Wednesday. Friday.- -TlM-t..:rv.
iirsdav. SaUrrrfav.

New fall HATS now in. FISHEL'S.

Citizens Investment Company's
stock at a bargain. Box 329, Ocala,

Fla. 29-6t

Mrs. J. D. Robertson left yesterday
aftjernoon for a visit with, relatives in

Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and

three children, who have a lovely

ccuntry home at Oldsmar, left Wed

nesday on a motoring trip to Black-

ville and Spartanburg, S. C, and ex

Dtct to be absent several weeks.

Tampa Tribune.

Salt mullet, already scaled, at the

City Fish Market. 24-tf

There's no extra chargt

IHg jruui uiu aw nit v' ij
Phcr.e 158. ;

for ciear

tf

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

rat -i- -rvwat

EEAL ESTATE
.
IN OCALA IS 'GOING UP AND IS
BOUND TO GET HIGHER. NOW
IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY
AT THE LOW PRICE.

No. 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.

Kn STlpndif? nuarter block of

ground, consisting of three nice
building lots, on which is located

a two-story, cheap house; bearing
orange, peach trees, pecans and
other fruits. Corner near the

schools. Price for the entire prop property
erty property .. $2250

Mr. Lute Howell spent the week

end with his brother. Dr. E. B. Howell

of Whi;e Springs. He reports the
dpctor as improving nicely, which

wjll be good news to nis many inenas
here.

Messrs. Robert and Albert Jones of

Micanopy and Misses Elizabeth Bird
and Grace Padgett were guests to
supper of Miss Thelma Curry Sunday

night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were vis visitors
itors visitors to Williston Monday afternoon.

Thoy were accompanied home by Mr.

L. M. Smith, who has been on a visit
to his sons, Messrs. Lucius and Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon Smith of Jacksonville.
Mrs. John Whittington of South
Carolina and Mr. and Mrs. Collie
Sherouse of Micanopy, were Sunday
vfsitors at theh ome of Mr. and Mrs.
Curtice Robins.
" Messrs. Lute Howell and C. R. Cur

ry motored to Gainesville Tuesday

morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Will WTiitehurst of

Archer,-were Sunday afternoon callers

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P,
Smith.

Mrs. Elvin Bruton returned home

Mondav from a visit to Mrs. Frank

McDonald of Jacksonville

No.

: 3. Large, two-story residence
with corner lot. Splendid locattion
on Oklawaha for apartments and
home. The price at, which this
property can be had will surprise
you.

jjo. 4 Fine residence lots on South
Fifth street or Buckalew Ave.
Best in the city. Prices right.

No. 5. Several cheap lots near high

school building. Build a cottage

and -raise your children in dad

dy's house.

No.. 6. If you want a real bargain as

an eight-room, two-story house
r an investment or hone, I have it
here in an eight-room, two two-story
story two-story house; all conveniences;

corner lot, nice shade and near in.
Price only ........... $1,500

EAT AT THE MAXINE

Best meals in the city for 50 cents.

Twenty-one meal ticket foi T. Phone

260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf

. Miss Elizabeth Davis is expected
home tomorrow from a three weeks'
visit to Langley field and Richmond,
Va. At the former place she was the
guest of her friend, Mrs. Bobzie.n.

Let us exchange your old furniture

for new. We can furnish you every

thing for your home. Theus Brother?

Phone 19. 23-lm

Mrs. Howard Batemari and daugh

ter, Evelyn, and Miss Bobbie Baldwin

and sister, of Mcintosh, spent the day SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

in town with friends.

16 pounds of sugar 'for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only. Phones 377 and 162.

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

m

New line EVERWEAR SlLK HOSE

. FISHEL'S. tf

This is a Studebak year.

tf

Mr. J. L. Edwards and daughter,
Miss Ava Lee Edwards, have returned

home from a visit 'to New York city, I Theus Brothers

Wash;ngton and other points. Miss
Edwards spent the summer at Lake
Chautauaua. while her father went

forth, several weeks ago to accom

pany his daughter home, and see New

York and Washington.

Several exceptional bargains in

rugs and art squares if sold at once

Phone 19. 23-lm

FOR SALE Ford truck, newly 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

pound for well laundered cotton
rags. No sewing room scraps. The
Star office. 27-6t

FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un

furnished. 120 N. Sanchez St. tf

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

BAXTER TRANSFER CO. Short or

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

FOR RENT Unfurnished home 214
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
FOR SALE Pure bred Jersey cow,
coming fresh in a few days. Inquire
at Law Library or at home of own owner.
er. owner. R. L. Anderson Sr. 30-3t

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SASH

DOOR H

TO RENT On Sept. lst five-room
bungalow with lattice porch, .water,
lights and phone connections. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Robt. F. Rogers, at the post post-office.
office. post-office. 30-6t-

Leaving in the morning by automo

bile for a visit to Sebrmg and other
points south a-re Messrs. P. E. Collier,
John Cook, George" Akin, Ralph Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and H. Austin.-'

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

Carter's; famous BUTTERNUT
BREAD in two size loaves may be

had at the bakery or at retail groc grocery
ery grocery stores. Accept no substitute, as
there is none so good. Carter's

Bakery. 15-tf

Geo. Hay S Co.

Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

Mrs. J. Lee Kirby-Smith and inter interesting
esting interesting chHdren will leave today for
New York city, where they will join
the former's mother, Mrs. Herbert L.
Anderson on her arrival from a tour
of ;. Europe, and together' will spend
a month at Cape Cod before, returning
to Jacksonville. Mrs. Anderson toured
France, Italy, Switzerland and other
countries of the old world during the
past few months, having sailed in
June from Montreal, Canada. Times-Union.

Mrs. Sam Phillips accompanied by

Miss Leonora Colby left this after

noon for a two weeks' visit to the for former's
mer's former's parents in Fayetteville, N. C.

WANTED One ton worm drive Ford
truck. Must be in good condition
and a bargain. Apply at 119 South
Magnolia street. 31-3t

DRESSMAKING In all styles of
women's apparel. Work graranteed.
Five years with Helvenston's storo.
Prices reasonable. Glad to hav
former customers call as well as
new ones. Miss Lizzie Smith, 634

N. Magnolia St.

31-6t

Mr. Edward Cook will return to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from a three weeks' visit with
his grandmother, Mrs. Ber.j?.min Cook
at West Palm Beach.

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

The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES
Csh and Crry Store. 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf
f
Miss Cora Griffin of Anthony, is
spending several days as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin at their

home on Plant avenue. Tampa Tribune.

W. K. Lane. M. D., physician and
:r ji?on, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf

You are going to buy at HAR HARGRAVES'
GRAVES' HARGRAVES' Cash and' Carry Store be be-cause
cause be-cause there you'll save money. 807 S,
Lime St. 27-tf

NOTICE

Ir the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Title and Tax Search Company, a
rnmnmHnii Organized and Exist

ing Under the Laws of the State I
of Florida. Complainant, vs. Fred

I OST Monday, between Dunnelloa
and Ocala, auto cushion. Return to
C Y. Miller, Ocala, and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 31-tf

i FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. 206"

Main street.

31-3t

DeLeon Fields et al:; Defendants. CAXXLE WANTED Will pay $8 per

It is ordered that the defendants kead for stock cattle. Box No. 1,

herein named, to-wit: Fred DeLeon I Fort McCoy, Fla
Fields and Verna Belle Fields, be and ;

they are hereby required to appear to

me Dill Ul cuiuuiann mcu 111 ma

31-6t

cause on or before Monday, the 3rd -i vMl. r-V

djiv of October. 1921.

It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the

WJ

We Paint Signs

Now is the time to sow a number

Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub- of th flower seeis for fall planting.

I We can supply you from a
I A--i- a. ; d:u:

f SLOCK JUSl III. XilttillK oc

liphed in said county and state

This 2nd day of September, 1921.
c 1 T n T oBMctur Jr

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, Vest side of square. Phone 424.
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C. J
L Rcimplaeinant's Solicitor. 9-2-5t-f ri Read the want ads.

FRESH
Phillip,

18-tf

FaiSlng the Farnily- He could unf-siand wnai ire yiuv-(tve rents were fnf but-

Can arrange to carry part of pur purchase
chase purchase on each of above propsrties.
Those of experience say Ocala prop property
erty property will go up. Hence, buy now.
Call or phone
F. W. DITTO

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