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WEATHER FORECAST Local thundershowers tonight or Sunday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 75; this afternoon, SO.
OCALA. FLORIDA; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3..1S21
PORTAL TO BRITISH
CONFLICT KEPT UP PUSHING IEIL1I
OH CROOKED GREEK! FOR FIRST PLACE
TIE WRONG BUNCH
PUT HIS FINGER ON
THE SORE PLACE
BRYAN WANTS TO BE
THE ROSS BIGOT
An Unfortified Boundary Line 3000
Miles Long, on Which No Fort
lias Been Erected in Over a
Washington. Sept. 3. An unforti unfortified
fied unfortified boundary line more than 3000
miles long between the United States
and Canada, is the best testimony that
the world grows wiser and better,
President Harding said in a letter to today
day today to be read at the dedication of the
Peace Portal in commemoration of
more than 100 years uninterrupted
peace between America and Great
Britain. The portal will be dedicated
September 6th on the international
INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
BEING DE MOLISH
Rockledge, Sept. 3. The Indian
River hotel, deserted in its declining
days by its former notable visitors
because it clung to its old fashioned
ideas rather than keep abreast of the
times, is now being demolished. Un Unlike
like Unlike the general movement from the
home to the hotel, this picturesque
structure is resigning in favor of pre pretentious
tentious pretentious winter homeSi to be built on
the property where it once enhanced
the already enchanting atmosphere of
the Indian- river.
Its recesses knew the moods ofsuch
personages as Grover Cleveland, P.
Lorillard, whose name is synonomous
of Virginia Cheroots, and Mellin of
Mellin's food fame.
The structure was built in 1875 be before
fore before the Florida East Coast blazed a
hitherto darkened trail in these parts.
At that time the hostelry could only
be reached by water, a feature accen accentuating
tuating accentuating its fascinatiog and exeusive-
ness. Even with the coming of the
railroad its prestige did not dwindle.
When Tammany Hall was supreme
in New York politics, its leaders were
wont to make their rendezvous at the
Indian River, and Gotham's political
districts in those days frequently were
shaped within the environs of the ma majestic
jestic majestic building. Among those politi political
cal political chieftains who planned their bat battles
tles battles while tasking in this balmy clime
were" Thomas Nevins, fire chief of
Brooklyn; MacQuaig, McKlocklin and
Captain Aldridge, whose task it was
to manufacture the flags and buntings
for Tammany's parades.
Later pilgrims to the Tiotel jncluded
Wrarren G. Harding. Miss Kate Eyer,
an old school mate of his, conducted
a curio shop within the building.
It is recalled that with the coming
each winter of P. Lorillard, how his
palatial house boat glided up thejcomfort;-ig words of the clergy and
stream and upon docking", the tobacco
king would unload his horses, cows
and chickens which always" accom accompanied
panied accompanied him.
The names of Frank Gotch, former
world's champion wrestler, and Harry
P. Whitney, millionaire sportsman,
appear frequently on the hostelry's
Under present plans fashionable
winter homes will grace the river in
stead of the hostelry. Streets will be
laid out and generally, a more mod
em picture will be wrought among
the scenic beauty of the place. Among
those who are planning homes is C.
B. King, President Harding's brother-in-law.
MEETING OF FLORID A'
Jacksonville, Sept. 2. The execu executive
tive executive committee of the Florida Dairy
Association has arranged to hold the
fourth annual convention in Miami on
Sept. 20-21, 1921.-
With approximately sixteen million
dollars worth of milk and dairy pro products
ducts products imported into Florida each year
there is no danger of over-doing the
dairy industry along proper lines.
Several creameries have been or
ganized in recent months to manu- j Co., Frank's, Parker & Guynn, George
facture the surplus milk produced in jMacKay & Co, M. Fishel & Son, Mar Mar-tr.A?r
tr.A?r Mar-tr.A?r respective communities, into l ion Hardware) Co, Crescent Grocery
butter for consumption in the state, f Co, F. W. Cook, Carter's Bakery, J. tion is to be made so that the pro pro-The
The pro-The program which is being arrang-j Malever, Whittington's, Taylor Print- pellers may be reversed almost m-
fl will cover a wide range of subjects
so every dairyman can find something
of special interest at the convention
and all are invited to attend.
Dispatches say the entire German
ration has turned against war. This
is not particularly surprising, consid considering
ering considering the way the late war turned
against Germany. Seattle Times.
Troops, However, are On the Spot and i
Will Soon Put the Kibosh
on the Trouble
Charleston, Sept. 3. The remaining
federal troops ordered into the dis disturbed
turbed disturbed counties in the southwestern
lart of the state arrived today and
took up their designated positions.
Both federal and state military offi officials
cials officials believed today would see the end
of belligerency on the Boone-Logan
county boundary line and that the
miners and others gathered there
would be, rapidly dispersed and. re return
turn return home.
HARDING'S FIRST DUTY
Washington, Sept. 3. President
Gcmpers cl the American Federation
cf L,abor told President Hardhag to today!
day! today! that against the authority of the
government of the United States, the
"people of West Virginia -cannot and
must not stand in hostile array." Mr.
Gcmpers and James Lord, president
of the mining department of the fed federation,
eration, federation, called on the president, they
explainedj to lay before him the situa situation
tion situation as they viewed it.
Mr. Gompers said he also told the
president that after all, when the men
have, obeeyd the order of the presi president
dent president 'and dispersed, "it may crush
their spirit but that is no remedy for
the acute situation as it exists., in
W est Virginia and nothing will be
' Mr". Gompers urged President Hard Harding
ing Harding to call a conference of operators
and miners to settle the controversy
and establish better relations for the
f attire. President Harding, Gompers
said, listened with keen interest and
sympathy to his appeal but stated his
first duty as president was to estabr
lish the authority of the United States
and the maintenance of order.
ANOTHER BURST OF MACHINE
Logan, Sept. 3.--Firing was resum-
k-d shortly before noon today from a
machine gun along Crooked Creek.
Deputies said they were unable to lo locate
cate locate it. The bodies of two men killed
in the fighting on Blair mountain yes yesterday
terday yesterday were brought here today.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heart felt
thanks to our, many kind friends for
their words and deeds of sympathy yi
our great bereavement, caused by the
death of our beloved husband and
father, David M. Waldron. To the
kind friends who endeavored to aid by
untiring efforts in his sudden and
fatal illness we wish to extend our ap
preciation. We are thankful for the
the many floral offerings at the grave.
Also we thank the Masons for their
beautiful burial service, and all others
who assisted in the last sad rites.
Mrs. Isadore Waldron.
Miss Donnie Waldron.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Waldron.
Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Geiger.'
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gnann.
EXECUTIVE BOARD WILL MEET
There will be a meeting of the ex- j armament consisted of one 18-pound-ecutive
board of the Woman's Club at er, one 12-pounder, two 9-pounders
the home of Mrs. J. W. Hood at five 'and four 6-pounders as compared with
o'clock Monday afternoon.
Minerva M. Murphy, Sec'y.
STORES WILL CLOSE MONDAY
The following stores will be closed
Jonday, Sept. 5th, Labor Day, at 12
J. L. Smith Men's Furnishings, two
U-Serve stores. Federal Bakery, H. B.
Matsers Co, Main Street' Market, O.
K. Teapot Grocery, Style Hat' Shop,
H. A. Waterman, H. W. Tucker, Af Affleck
fleck Affleck Millinery Parlor. E. T. Helven Helven-ston,
ston, Helven-ston, Rheinauer & Co, J. G.-,McCrory
Co., Clarkson Hardware Co, Jake
Goldman, Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
In 1919 the bureau of labor statis-
tics reports there were 3374 strikes
in the United States. News Item,
And 654 home runs. Life.
"Easiness," says an eastern expert,
"is on the cycle of recovery." We trust
it is a motorcycle. St. Louis Star.
Ty Cobb Striving for Batting Honors
With and For the Detroit
Chicago, Sept. 3. With the close of
the baseball season onl ya month off,
Ty Cobb, pilot of the Detroit Tigers,
enters the home stretch only three
points behind Harry Heilmann, his
slugging outfielder, for the batting
honors of the American League. Her Hermann's
mann's Hermann's average up to and including
the games, placed Wednesday was
.298. Hornsby of St. Louis, is high
man in the National League, with an
average of .415.
Ruth leads in home runs with 48,
and Kelly, of New York, is high man
in the National League with 22.
Frisch, of New York, maintains his
lead in stolen bases, with 43; Harris,
of Washington, in the American
League, has 25 to his credit.
CLOSE ON THE TRAIL
Pinellas County Officers Think They
Will Soon Find the Murder of
' Clearwater, Sept. 3. A search of
the personal effects of Miss Virginia
Turner has added new names to the
list of probable suspects and it is un understood
derstood understood the officers believe definite
deevlopments are imminent. Counsel
for Dr. I. J. Belcher, of Tarpon
Springs, the physician charged with
manslaughter in connection with the
case, reiterate today that their client
would not waive preliminary exami examination
nation examination Tuesday.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
- Washington, Sept. 3. Fair weather
and normal temperatutres is the fore forecast
cast forecast for Florida during the. week be beginning
ginning beginning Sunday.
Bestowal of the name of Washing
ton on the great superdreadnaught,
launched from the ways of the New
York Shipbuilding Company at Cam Camden,
den, Camden, N. J., Sept 1, will enter on the
pages of American naval history the
sixth ship to bear that name name-Naval
Naval name-Naval records show that the first
four Washingtons derived their names
directly from the nation's first presi president,
dent, president, but that the cruiser Washington,
the name of which was changed to
Seattle in 1916, like the new super superdreadnaught,
dreadnaught, superdreadnaught, was named after the
state of Washington. The first Wash Washington
ington Washington was built in 1776, the second
in 1778, the third in 1813 and the
fourth in 1843.
The dreadnaught, however, will
stand out in marked contrast to her
predecessors in size and 7 armament.
She will have a complement when
commissioned of 130 officers and 1231
men as compared with a crew of 180
men carried by the first Washington,
which after a gallant fight as a part
of Arnold's fleet in the battle of Lake
Cbamplain in 1776 was captured by
the British. The first Washington's
the new battleship's eight 16-inch
rifles and fourteen 5-inch guns.
The new Washington is the third of
the four superdreadnaughts or all
big-gun ships authorized in 1916, to
be launched. Her sister ships are the
Maryland, commissioned in August;
the Colorado, launched in March, and
now about 75 per cent finished, and
the West Virginia, the completion of
which, according to navy department
officials, is indefinite, due to curtailed
Like her sister ships the new Wash Washington
ington Washington will be tripically driven, the
power being derived from two turbine
generators of 18,000 horsepower each.
The driving power will be applied
directly to four propellers by four
8000-horsepower motors. The applica
-stantiy wun iun power.
The new dreadnaught has a length
of 624 feet; breadth at the water line,
97 feet; draft, 30 feet, and a loaded
displacement of 33,590 tons. Her plans
call for a speed of 21 knots.
Perish the thought that Dr. Harding
sought tha't method of lowering his
income tax. New York Telegraph.
Crew of a Tampa Cigar Factory's Pay
Car Put Up Their Hands With
Guns in Them
Tampa, Sept. 3. One man is in the
hospital with a bullet in his leg and
two others were slightly wounded as
the result of an attempted hold-up in
West Tampa just before noon of four
men in an automobile with $30,000 in
pay roll money for a large cigar fac factory.
tory. factory. L. M. Davis, the bookkeeper, said
the paytcar was nearing the factory
vhen another automobile blocked the
street, compelling the pay car to stop.
Four men riding in the other car
juiVipedinto the street and begin firing
on the pay car. The negro chauffeur
cf the pay car was hit in the shoulder;
Davis' neck was grazed by another
bullet. The men in the pay car re returned
turned returned the fire and the bandits fled in
the other car.
Sheriff's deputies found one of the
bandits with a bullet in his leg near
the scene of the hold-up. He refused
to give his name, but said there were
six men in the gang, including several
LEFT THEIR GUNS
The robbers' machine disappeared
but the wounded prisoner stated he
would reveal the identity of the gang.
The sheriff's forces picked up three
pistols and one rifle near the scene.
FRAZIER MUST HAVE
BEEN SOME MAN
Took More than a Hundred Hombres
to Drive Him Out of Tulsa
Tulsa,- Sept. 3. More than 100
armed masked men last night seized
J. E. Frazier, age 28, stripped and
flogged him and ordered him to leave
NOW ON DISPLAY
.Mr. T. D. Bryan of the Carroll
Motors Company, has just driven in
from Jacksonville a new 1922 model
Maxwell touring car. The car is pret pret-tj,
tj, pret-tj, sturdy and has" a number of im improvements
provements improvements over the 1921 model, of
which the Carroll company has re recently
cently recently sold several in this section. It
is a pleasure to handle and drive the
new car and Mr. Bryan or Mr. Car Carroll
roll Carroll will be glad to show and explain
it to any one.
PENNSY PASSENGER TRAIN
JUMPED THE RAILS
( Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Sept. 3. Nine persons
were slightly injured when a Pennsyl
vania passenger train,. Chicago to NewH
York, was derailed two miles west of
Ccshocton, Ohio, just before midnight.
The, tender and eleven coaches left the
BIG HAUL OF BOOZE
Miami, Sept. 3. Nearly 100 cases
cf liquor was seized on board a small
schooner in the lower bay early today
by Sheriff Allen. The crew consisting
cf three negroes was placed in jail.
TENTH ANNUAL SESSION
OF COUNTY AGENTS
Gainesville, Sept. 3. County agri agricultural
cultural agricultural agents will meet here for
their tenth annual session Sept. 5-10,
inclusive with a program that will
keep the agents fully occupied until
adjournment. Dr. C. K. McQuarrie
will be one of the speakers and pre preside"
side" preside" at the initial session, Monday,
which will be devoted largely to ad addresses
dresses addresses of welcome and outlining the
v.ork cf the meeting.
Plans of the livestock sanitary
board anad work of the plant board
will be discussed at the afternoon ses session.
sion. session. All of Tuesday will be devoted
tc addresses on and discussion of fer fertilizers
tilizers fertilizers and related topics white the
county agents will arrange the pro pro-crani,
crani, pro-crani, for Wednesday. Thursday will
ht dairy day and Friday club day,
while the program for Saturday, the
last d3y of the convention, will be
featured by addresses on organization
work, the Farmers' Union accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments in Marion county, publicity and
?. ireneral discussion.
The nuisance tax goes but the tax
ruisance. remains.-Nashville Banner.
Indisposition of Good Citizens
Serve on Juries, Says Tampa
Solicitor, Increases Wave
Tampa, Sept. 3. Aroused by an
epidemic of murder and serious crime,
County Solicitor Morris Givens today
placed the responsibility for lack of
punishment upon juries. He declared
that business men are dodging jury
duty and the calibre of citizenship ob obtained
tained obtained for jury duty permits numer numerous
ous numerous criminals tc go unpunished.
BODY OF LIEUT. HOYT
One of Florida's Brave Young Avia Aviators,
tors, Aviators, Recovered from Wreck
of the ZR-2
Hull, Sept. 3. The body" of Lieut.
Henry W. Hoyt. of Clearwater, andl states Florida, Louisiana. Tennessee
three other Americans was recovered j and .Alabama rigid Sunday closing
from the wreckage of the ZR-2. Onlyjbills await consideration when these
one American body ?s now missing. J bodiesmeet.
1 The Florida bill, which will be sup-
GONE WHERE ALL I)0rted by Colonel Bryan, is very
GOOD AMERICANS GO 1 drastic. It prohibits the use of elec-
jtiicity and music on Sunday except
Lake City, Sept. 3. The dead body j for church and Sunday school services,
of Leroy Guresrung, 28, of Hamburg, j the private home and the public street.
N. Y., a patient at the United States j It would close all amusement and soft
hospital for disabled veterans of the J drink places.
world war. was found yesterday in j The Tennessee bill, from which
his room with a bullet wound through 'others are being drawn, is the original
the head. Officials believe that Gures- measure presented by Noah M. Cooper
rung took his own life, being despond- w ho, in behalf of the Methodist Ben Ben-ent
ent Ben-ent over his sickness which has lasted j evolent Association of the Methodist
for two years. In civil life, Gures- church, South, came to Washington to
rung was a commerfia ltravelen J demand a national Sunday law. He.
'would stop all trains and newspapers
ELEVEN OF IMPORTER'S j on Sunday.
CREW PICKED UP
( Associated Press)
San Francisco, Sept. 3. The miss
ing life boat of the crippled steamer
Canadian Importer, containing eleven
members of the crew, was picked up
early today 100 miles off San Fran Francisco.
ARE SLOWLY COMING TO IT
Will Have No Real Peace in America
Until United States Gives
Mexico a Whipping
Mexico City, Sept. 3. The signing
o' a treaty with the United States is
"neither possible, convenient nor nec
and is contrary to Mexican
constitutional precepts, in thatit
creates special privileges for Ameri Americans,"
cans," Americans," according to that portion of
President Obregon's message to "con "congress
gress "congress dealing with foreign relations,
which was read to the house last
Travelers recently returned from
Mexico predict that President Obre Obre-gon
gon Obre-gon will have to defend his title with within
in within 60 or 90 days. General Calles and
Adolfo de la Huerta, the former pro provisional
visional provisional president, oppose Obregon on
the pretext that he is not sufficiently
radical. General Pablo Gomez opposes
him because he is not conservative
enough. Villa is said to be getting
ready for another campaign, and the
governor of Lower California, whom
Obregon had quite a time subduing
last year, is also very anxious to see
a change in the Mexican, regime.
SPOT'S NAME IS
GOOD AT THE BANK
Tampa, Sept. 3. "Spot," well
known dog about town, proved recent recently
ly recently that he could be relied upon when a
fellow needs a friend.
Nearly everybody in Tampa knows
"Spot'- 'and also that "Spot" belongs
to Hubert Kinga local business man,
but everybody in town doesn't know
Mr. King, it seems.
It all came about when Mr. King
ran across a friend in the Western
Union office who was trying to cash a
check. The friend was told by the
young woman at the counter that he
would have to be identified. The
friend, seeing Mr. King, said:
"Why, Mr. King will, identify me."
"But, we don't know Mr'King," re responded
sponded responded the young woman.
WTtereupon. "Spot," hearing his
i master s name, ran up and pranced
about him affectonately-
"Well, you must be Mr. King," the
clerk said. "I know 'Spot' and I know
he belongs to Mr. King."
She cashed the check.
Ford aspires to be an uncommon
carrier. Wall Street JournaL
First State He Would Sign Up Ifor
Blue Laws Would be Florida
Washington, Sept. 3. A lively con contest
test contest over proposed blue laws is being
staged for the fall and winter months,
with William Jennings Bryan leading
the program and the Anti-Blue Law
League of America, the opposition.
Bryan will make his first fight for a
law for his adopted state, Florida, and
Crawford H. Ellis, president of the
Anti-Clue Law League, will try to
save his home state, Louisiana, from
drastice legislation already scheduled
The blue law movement is making
progress. The plan is to carry the
south, as the Anti-Saloon League did
in the prohibition fight, then impose
similar laws on the District of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia ,army and Yescrvations, and other
territory controlled by the federal
In the lee-islatures of four southern
j Sunday law advocates believe that.
if they can -get the southern states to
act, then the west and north will fol folic
ic folic w, as they did in the wet or dry cpn-
j troversy. The Anti-Blue Law League
j has made a canvass of the situation,
and is convinced that a deliberate and
united effort will be niade to put over
strict Sunday observance laws. In
spite of the protests of Dt,, Wilbur F.
Crafts aand other Sunday law sup supporters,
porters, supporters, the opponents of the measure
. insist that all hands are working tc-
gether to one end. The Anti-Blue Law
League is convinced that, when south-
j crn states have acted, then Congress
j will be asked to pass the Myers bill
! for a Sunday observance law for the
District of Columbia.
There is promise of "fireworks
over the proposed Sunday laws. Dr.
Crafts is already very much wrought
up, and is branding the antis as "boot "boot-lejrgers,"
lejrgers," "boot-lejrgers," "gamblers" and the like.
That was the system of the Anti Anti-Saloon
Saloon Anti-Saloon League in the early stages of
the prohibition campaign. Everybody
that did not agree with the "drys"
was a "barroom bum" or "whisky
soak." It is understood that the Anti Anti-Blue
Blue Anti-Blue Law League isrepared to fight
back. It was declared that it would
not submit quietly to the castigations
of Dr. Crafts and other members of
the International Reform Bureau.
FORT MYERS WENT WET
( Associated Prews)
Fort Myers, Sept. 3. A water tank
standing upon pillars 50 feet in height
and containing 20,000 gallons of wa
iter used to supply a local hotel, col
lapsed early this week with a craa
that was heard all oyer town. An in investigation
vestigation investigation disclosed that some of the
supporting pillars had given way. The
tank fell away from the hotel, other otherwise
wise otherwise it probably would have struck, it.
While no one was injured many re reported
ported reported they tad visualized an earth earthquake
quake earthquake or a flood.
COMING TO FLORIDA
(Associated Press i
Jacksonville, Sept. 3. A cavalcade
of automobile tourists numbering 50
tc 100 persons will leave Kansas City
October 1 en route to Florida in gen general
eral general and St. Lucie county in particu particular,
lar, particular, according to advices received by
the local chamber of commerce from
a firm in that city sponsoring the
trip. Several similar parties are to
be conducted during the coming sea season,
son, season, the advices said-
- Postmaster General Hays will have
cone something worth while for the
pcstal service if he can get a special
delivery letter to its destination be before
fore before the regular maiL Canton News.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921
Vt,t.m;mv Qirnnl roads teduce their rates. Then, the 3 AT TIIE CHURCHES TOMORROW
UCula l V CilillQ Oidl dances are, the merchants will return
to the rail service and the boatmen Methodist
PnMikeli Every Day Eept Sunday by i Vill whistle for their income. Kis-j
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY, gimmee Vallev Gazette. i
R. II. Carroll, Preldet
P. V. UavrgKMd, S-rery-Trearr
Jl. II. Uf Bjarnln, Editor
Kntered at Ocata. Fla., postof flee aa
C. W. White. Pastor
simmee Valley Gazette. ; 9:45 a. in. Sunday school. L. W.
Wonder if that has anything to do j Duval, superintendent,
with the impossibility of establishing! 11 a. m. Preaching. Subject, "The
a boat line on the Oklawaha river. ;OId Man and New." Col. 20:10-11.
7 p. m. Epworth League.
INVITED TO COME THRU OCALA
Ralne Of See
Society Reporter .
fit-o I ine jacitsonvuie rieai r-staxe tsoara
..".'rTveIoe" I is PIannng" a toQr through the penin-;
, sula part oi t londa to give the real
8 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
ing Up to Our Best Intentions!"
All services in Temple theater.
MEMBER ASSOCI WfclJ l-.s I oct. mon .n UinM( r,,r
The Associated 1'ress u exclusively s tws-
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all news dispatcnes credited to it or . , f . J
vot. otherwise credited In this paper and to see the state and to get in closer
also the local new published hereto j . ... Deor.le of the tt.P.
All rljrhts ot repuBiicauuD ui jtvii j
dli.patche herein are aiao reaerreu.
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-
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ine ianon county ooara oi iraaejnion with hoiy communion,
and the Marion County Real Estate j Xo evening service yet.
Exchange, the latter recently reor-j A cordial invitation is extended the
ganized, have extended invitations to j pubii cto attend all services in this
the Jacksonville Real Estate Board to church. x
include Ocala and Marion county in ;
the itinerary of the proposed tour. : 'Baptist
The tour is scheduled for the middle! T -n: m r.i
of October. . 0 ....
iuc wavn-auuvmc l.y plans 11 9 m -Mnrnmcr ,rftWn Zomnn
4 ,1 : :1 x n-.vi &
T7 "IT. f""3!13-! subject, The Supremacy of the Cross.
iJieeiuiga win ue 11cm ill tile cilies
An honest man may lose his money
but a swindler is never able to keep
A Miami policeman is looking for
a thief who stole his gun, which he
had left in his car. Our cops sleep
in their guns.
.The Leesburg Commercial has gone
with a hot poker after the Kuklux
Klan. Thet Star endorses its senti
ments. Fact is, there are mighty few
newspapers in the South tnat favor
the klan. r
The center of gravity of the Kuklux
Klan seems to be shifting north
That's where it belongs.- With the
I. W. W. and the Guardians of Lib Liberty
erty Liberty it can form a triumvirate of ter terror.
ror. terror. "..
Secretary Denby announces that the
navy department has assigned the
cruiser Olympia, Dewey's famous flag
ship, to bring to the United States the
body of the unidentified American sol
djer selected for burial at Arlington
on November 11.
The annual' reunion of United Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans will be held the last
of Otcober in the battle-city of Chat Chattanooga.
tanooga. Chattanooga. Sorry Jacksonville didn't
get it, but Chattanooga is probably
more accessible to the greater num
ber of veterans.
The Times-Union wants the county
convict leases abolished. Marion
doesn't lease her convicts she works
them on her public "roads. But we are
strongly tempted to say xthe convicts
would be no' worse off if .the old con convict
vict convict lease system was in use again
and.the taxpayers would be about half
a million dollars a year better off.
Some of the state papers are en-
. quiring about the recent escape from
state road camps of convicts, includ including
ing including John Bryant, convicted of the
murder of his father near Orlando a
few weeks ago. The state convicts,
we understand, are .held on the honor
system, which is good for the average
convict. But some convicts have no
honor, and at any rate an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to escape is a heavy strain on
the honor of any man in prison for
- life. It's the Star's opinion that
guards with high-powered rifles are
not incompatible with the honor sys system..
tem.. system.. ; .-' ..." '?
where stops are made. A band will
be carried by the party. The Jack
sonville papers state that the trip is
being planned, among other reasons,
to let the other communities in the
state know that Jacksonville is not
pulling against them but with them.
Apparently there is too much of
this "flying squadron" business in
Florida to make possible an econom economical
ical economical administration. Papers in va various
rious various portions of Florida have shown
how the flying squadron of the teach teachers'
ers' teachers' examination board wastes thou thousands
sands thousands of miles of mileage in covering
the state and now there is a general
condemnation of the state highway
commission, regarding the skipping
about from some portion of the state
to a distant point. Some of these days
, these organizations will meet them themselves
selves themselves coming from some place where
they, haven't been or, if they have
been, the people didn't know it. KisT
simmee Valley Gazette.
Well, Thorn, if they do they will
simply sit down awhile and chew the
rag at state expense.
Tampa is getting to be a quick
change artist. Was down there -the
other day and found they had changed
back to the angle parking plan on
most of tie busines sstreets. Excuse,
please, ; Benjamin. Leesburg Com
Consider yourself excused. Ocala
found out some years ago that the
angle was the only way to park cars
in a big city.
7 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Sermon subject, "A Grand
Duchess Who Lived in a Box Car."
Dr. Collins has returned from his
vacation and will preach at the above
Christian Science Services
Room 5. Merchant'3 Block
: 11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at
THE BOY SCOUTS
In Saint Augustine the price of ice
was painfully high and the service
painfully poor. A new company was
'formed and commenced to sell ice,
with a good service, at a modest price.
Then the old company came down in
its rate (it couldn't afford to do so be before)
fore) before) and "bettered its service. Then
the customers deserted the company
that had been instrumental in getting
the lower rate and went back to the
old company. That was wholly unfair.
But it's the way many merchants .will
do who desert the railways and pat
ronize the boat service until the rail-1
It's time the people of Ocala were
awake to the fact that there is a real
troop of Boy Scouts here. Friday
night was just another one of their
The boys have been, so busy passing
test, that no one has thought of test testing
ing testing the organization, but the scouts
as a troop, as well as individuals, have
passed from tenderfoot to a real body
cf representative boys. They are now
on solid ground, and are here to stay.
Every meeting has brought more
vividly to their attention the one thing
necessary for complete achievement of
th egoal desired, and at Friday's
meeting the one point was brought
out that they must have money, if
they are to continue to grow.
The troops expenses so far have
amounted to something over $120,
b alf of which the boys have paid
themselves. The other half has been
paid by one man, and that man a
stranger in our city. The troop is
getting too big for one man to run,
and the boys can't stand the strain
It was decided Friday night to put
cn a ten cent drive and, of course, ev
erybody will help in this. In the next
few weeks a scout boy will call on
you. Wil you give ten cents a month
tc keep this- organization going?
Remember this, these boys are doing
real instructive work; they are not
gathering together for a good time.
The boys are in earnest, and their
scoutmaster is the best to be had.
Without your help, the troop will
continue, will grow and expand, but
with your help it will work double
There is not room here to give a
full program for the coming winter,
but from time to time we will try to
publish a little of what is being done.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar
with a dollar's worth of othe groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 1G2.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
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
nor1 A MIT A TIM
is the spirit of modem times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex- -,
periei c'e, knowledge and vision"
of our officers and directors
makes a connection heie all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
Thi trademark, stamped m red
on the case, identifies the Willard
- Threaded Rubber Battery.
' All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
i t. T. MIR
This is a Studebak" year.
Street and Dress
Sept, 2nd and 3rd
Style Hat Shop
Cash and Carry Meal Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY COs Store
We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay. for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.
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
We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meal Market
..6rjhT In New York taking
. Will STinnnnco r'ato nf ro.
Vx turn latpr.
DR. K. J. WEinE,
Optometrist and Optician
, Evesijrht peritlint
Fall DRY GOODS arriving daily.
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and bttter
work for the money than any other
contractor in. the city.
This is a Studebaker year.
CASH AND CARRY
UNPER NEW MANAGEMENT
We like to put it in capitals
that way because we believe it
is the most important thing in
the battery business.
Of course we can't make a new
battery out of an old one, or a
good battery out of a poor one,
or a long-lived battery out of a
short-lived one. There are lim limits
its limits even to battery service.
But we can make any battery
last longer and serve better if you
give us a chance. We can make
the Willard Threaded Rubber
Battery do both and it already
holds records for long life and
We can always do more with a
battery if we get a chance right
at the start, although we are
ready to help any time. Come in I
You'll say, too, that we give
OCALi STORAGE BATTERY CO.
Phenie 348 OCALA, FLA.
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
guarantted, 12 lb. bags
Self-Rising Flour quality
guaranteed. 24 lb. bags
Self-Rising Flour, quality
guaranteed, 98 lb. bags
- V. v y JUL XVtj'', .1 J'.1L 'a!
Maxwell House Coffee
White House Coffee
American Sardines, in oil,
It is no effort to save here. All prices marked in
wmmssm '& mm
One East o! City Square TWO StOrCS One West ot City Square
STOP AT THE ONE NEAREST YOU
OCA LA' EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1321
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
T. A. G. AUCTION PARTY
'rZ'--'"i""-' -'"m"- Vm": .-"--"-r'-'r'-j'XV.-'X"-Ct'--d -"IT"' 'IT'-'V---"ir--SZ C .-T7". .- . ..
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.
Fall and Winter
All sorts of Chic Sport
and Fancy Drees
Elite Hat Shop
DeCaMP AND W EAVER
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Balding Line
My Work is Guaranteed
"The StnccoMan" Phone S26
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
) Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Boxes 25c to $1.25
White and Tints
G. C. GREENE
... Opp. Marion Hardware
Negotiable 'Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles. Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
nil MOVS, PACK. SHIP
' 1 UVE STOCK,
" PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MM Mm FURMTl I.E. ETC.
ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
CIIs and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
B ES T
:x: PHONE 243
Florida and Wester
A Complete line of Quality Groceries
including the famous "Oversea"
LEST YOU FOREGET
Hats Cleaned, Block Blocked
ed Blocked and Remodeled
Just around the corner in that
busy little shop
THE ROYAL CLEANERS
15 E. Ft. King Ave.
John Metis, The Hatter
The members of the T. A. G. auction
club, who usually meet on Wednesday
afternoons, met yesterday with Misses
Sarah and Jess Dehon and a merry
session it was, for besides the regular
members there were a number of
other yoang ladies invited to play
with the club, namely: Mrs. Paul
Simmons, Mrs. E. H. Martin, Mrs.
Robert Waldron, Mrs. James Knight,
Mrs. Edmund Martin, Mrs. Frank
Merrin, Misses Eloise Henry, Agnes
Curford. Nellie' Bain, Cailie Gissen Gissen-daner,
daner, Gissen-daner, Louise Spencer, Betty Burton,
Wynona Wetherbee, Sidney Cullen,
Christine Close and Rushabelle Sales.
The auction games took place in the
living room, parlor and hall, which
were decorated with zennias and gol golden
den golden rod. The prize winners were
Mrs. Edmund Martin, who made high
score "among the visitors and was pre presented
sented presented with an incense burner. Miss
Loureen Spencer, high score holder
among the club members, who was
given a tox of stationery, and Miss
Nellie Bain drew the consolation
award, a teetotum.
During the afternoon the players
enjoyed refreshing punch and after
the game: the hostesses served pine pineapple
apple pineapple ice and cake.
Anthony, Aug. 31. Mr. William
Fielding returned Home last week
Mr. Hentz Griffin and family of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, were visitors at the home of
Mr. Griffin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
R. Griffin this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brown and
daughter, Maude, and Mrs. W. C. Hall
returned Thursday from a pleasant
visit at the home of Mr. W. H. Webb,
After a few weeks visit at the home
of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. B.
Manning returned to their home in
Georgia Friday. (
Mr. Edgar Carter was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Turner Friday.
Quite a number of Anthony people
enjoyed a picnic at Lake Weir Thurs
day of last week.
Misses Mary Francis Jones and
Martha Douglas of Shady were guests
of Miss Rjdolph Snellgrove last week.
Mrs. R. L. Caruthers spent a few
days last week with reltaives in
Mrs. R. P. McDaniel had as her
guest last week, Mrs. N. W. Meadows
After' a five weeks' visit to rela
tives in Georgia, Mrs. J. M. Hillman
returned home .last week.
Mrs. H. A. Meadows and daughter,
Miss Julia. Meadows, Misses Jane and
Grace Harwell and Mr. A. P. Meadows
returned Saturday from a pleasant
outing-at Daytona Beach.
Mr. Clarence Priest Jr. opened his
school at Shady Monday.
Mrs. R. L. Martin of Miami and
Mr. Rowland Hughes of Jacksonville,
are visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Martin. j
Misses Annie Davis and Jocie Par Par-rish
rish Par-rish of Ocala were callers in Anthony
Mr. B. K. Padgett- returned from
Norfolk, Va., this week and resumed
his duties as agent at the depot.
Mrs. C. C. Priest of Burbank spent
Saturday at the home of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. J. W. Holeman.
Mr. Ima Forbes of Ocala, spent
Sunday at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Eva Forbes.
Rev. E. M. Stanton left this week
for South Florida.
Mr and Mrs. D. E. Swindell and
baby of Ocala were callers in Anthony
Mr. J. J. Reaves, Mr. R. E. Pal Pal-mou
mou Pal-mou rand sons, James, John and
Charles, spent Saturday in Inverness.
Misses Ruby and Bessie Cordrey of
Lynne, were visitors at the home of
their sister, Mrs. M. R. Sims for the
Mr. Henry O'Berry of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, was. a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Palmour several days
Mrs. Scott of Williston, left Mon Monday
day Monday for her home after several days
spent with her daughter, Mrs. B. K.
Messrs;, E. C. Sims, C. W. Turner,
GEORGE MACK AY & COMPANY
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Continued Evidence of Propaganda, in country districts claiming that we are
no longer in the Undertaking business, Necessitates our Emphatically stating
that we are not only in this business Permanently, but that we carry the Larg Largest
est Largest Stock and the Best Equipment in central Florida, with Two First-Class Licen Licen-ed
ed Licen-ed Embalmers, and our prices will be found the lowest.
Day Phone, 47
Night Phone, 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
This bank has been in existence for ten years. Its policy is conserva conservative,
tive, conservative, but at the same time it is in full accord with modern ideas.
Therefore, the condition of the institution has always been sound and its
The Officers will be glad to talk over Banking relations with you at any
time, and pledge themselves to serve your interest iaithfully when you entrust
your busmess;to this strong institution.
MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA
M, R. Sim's, L. C. Sims and Guy Tur Turner
ner Turner attended the funeral services
Sunday at Fort McCoy of Mr. D. M.J
Waldron of Bay Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley, Mrs, R.
R. Russell, Misses Lillian and Bernice
Russell and Messrs. Ben Wiley and
Crawford Pasteur spent Sunday at
Mr. H. L. Elliott left Monday for
his home in Alabama.
Mr. R. H. Baskin and Criss Padgett
left Monday for a week's stay at Salt
Mrs. H. C. Chestnut and children
returned home Tuesday from a short
stay with relatives in Hawthorne.
Miss Caroline Pasteur arrived home
Tuesday after a pleasant trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
A number from Anthony attended
a picnic and fish fry at Conner Tues
After spending several weeks with
her mother, Mrs. S. R. Harwell, Miss
Jane Harwell left Wednesday to take
cp her school work in San Antonio,
Miss Ruth Gill of Jacksonville ar arrived
rived arrived in Anthony Tuesday. "Miss
Ruth" made Anthony her home for a
number of years and has many friends
here who are always glad to see her
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrison are
now occupying the cottage owned by
Mr. C. V. Swain.
Mr. Lawton Sims spent Saturday
with his sisters. Misses Ola and Don-
nie Sims of Ocala.
Mr. C. W. Lafferty spent Saturday
and Sunday here with his family.
Mr. C. V. Swain and family and Mr.
E. H. Swain returned Monday from
a wee'k's visit to relatives in Sarasota.
They were accompanied by Master
Jack Halton of Sarasota.
Anthony school will open Monday
wtih the following teachers in charge:
Prof. Shiner, Mrs. Clarence Harrison,
Prof. Clarence Harrison and Miss
Nellie Harwell. We hope next year
our teachers will have the pleasure
of dedicating a new school building.
Monday Mrs. B. F. Mims received a
telegram announcing the sudden death
o! her sister, Mrs. John McCarney, of
Orlando, whowas visiting her daugh daughter
ter daughter in Kansas, when the automobile
accident occurred Saturday which re resulted
sulted resulted in her death. Her daughter,
Frances was badly hurt also. Mrs.
Mims has the sympathy of the entire
Mrs. Jonas Fort and Miss Bessie
Mae Finky of Kendrick, spent Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in Anthony.
KEEP SCHOOL HOUSES CLEAN
(State Board of Health)
With the close of vacation time and
the opening of the school year we are
reminded that the schools are placea
of close contact, and possible clearing
houses for the spread of diseases.
Certain disease germs, notably of
diphtheria and typhoid fever, may be
present in a person's system and that
person not be sick with the disease.
Such a person is called a "carrier"
and is a possible source of infection
for others. The attention of parents
rn dteachers is called to rule No. 13 of
the "State Board of Health Rules and
"All children on entering school' in
Florida must present a certificate
from a reputable physician, stating
that they are free from all commu communicable
nicable communicable diseases and are not carriers
The strict observance of this rule
will prevent the occurrence of an epi epidemic,
demic, epidemic, and serve to protect the health
of all the children.
Copies of the State Board of Health
"Sanitary Code," which contains all
rules and regulations for the protec protection
tion protection of health in the state, may- be
had by any teacher or parent by mak making
ing making request for same to the State
Board of Health. j
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
-. T a X Z"'
I Citizens investment vsvwyiiuy 3
stock at a bargain. Box 329, Ocala,
THE SEASON'S MOST DISTINCTIVE AND ATTRACTIVE
MODELS IN ALL THE NEWEST TYPES OF
SPORT HATS, TAILORED HATS,
ARE NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
Our work room is in charge of Miss Connie Green, of the
Ernest L. Rhodes Co., Atlanta, Ga. Miss Green was
formally of Gage, Brothers, and is an artist. Her work
bespeaks Grace and Originality, and we feel very fortun fortunate
ate fortunate in securing her services for our patrons. x
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR
111 EAST BROADWAY
Durkee s Salad
Sweet Corn, No. 2 11-
size, per can
5 gallons for ......Out
Fancy Whole HeadC
Rice. 3 lbs. for .-Ld
Porto Racan Yams CAp
per peck i 3U
Best Compound 1-
per pound 4 ltw
B. & M. Fish
Flakes, per can
Maxwell House HQp
Coffee, per pound.. 33 w
White House 10 10-Coffee,
Coffee, 10-Coffee, per pound. 30 v
Gold Bar Spinach iZr
per can ... ..Lv w
Evaporated Milk Xr
small can U 2 C
Dime Brand Con- i Qn
densed Milk 13C
Gold Medal, plain 77A
flour, 121b. sack... I IW
Gold Medal, plYiCM CA
fir 24 lb. sk $1.3U
Omega, plain flour 7l-
12 pound sack ILJ
Omega, pl'n flr QtlZ
24 pound sack.. $133
White Ring, self LOn
rising fl'r, 12 lb sk.03C
White Ring, S.R.C1 'I'l
flour, 24 lb.sk. jfyuLL
We sell Kingan's Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
Minced Lunch Meat, Boned and Rolled Ham, Smoked
Sausage and North's White Bacon
HOT, DIZZY FEELIuG
Atlanta Lady's Uncomfortable sjxi I
Annoying Condition RelieYed,
She Says, by CarduJL
Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
Young, of 28 East Alexander Street,
this city, says: "Alter entering wo womanhood,
manhood, womanhood, I suffered so much with
womanly -weakness. My back ached.
I would hare, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed to go to my head.
Even my shoulders would hurt, and It
made me very dizzy and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. When the blood would flow to
my head I suppose that was what it
was I would faint and feel so weak.
"I couldn't do my work. I had a
good position, and this was surely
annoying as well as embarrassing. I
would usually bare to go home and
go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly.
"I heard of Cardul, and my mother
bought It for me. It was the first and
only medicine that ever did me any
good for this trouble;"
Dizziness, headache, sideache, back backache,
ache, backache, tired-out feeling and other dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable symptoms are often signs of
womanly troubles. Thousands of wo women
men women who formerly suffered from ttes
and similar ailments have found Car Car-dui
dui Car-dui a very valuable remedy.
Cardul Is composed only of pure,
vegetable ingredients which have long
been recognized as of medicinal value
In the treatment of many diseases and
disorders peculiar to women,
Tour druggist sells 1L NO 143
L COLORED RENTAL
One six-room house in
good shape, plastered
walls, this house is very
i ice Vltiu
Two new, well built,
four-room houses These
houses are ceiled inside
and painted outside,
Price, each CC30
2 three-room houses
Price, each $230
S.S. Savage, Jr.
BOY, howdy! We
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Big assortment millinery Fishel's.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921
If you have and society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. Swanson, nee Mrs. Grace Burk Burk-halter
halter Burk-halter of this city, but" now of Camp
' FnoHi w Vn : enpnt several days in
J .3 I. .3 J ...... f w
the city this week, a guest at the home i
of Mrs. H. M. Hampton, after wttich J
fche went to Crystal River to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Stevens. Mrs. Swanson since!
leaving- Ocala has been a nurse v in
army hospitals for three years and it
was during this time that she met
and married her husband, who is a
fitrgeant in the service. En route
home Mrs. Swanson will stop in Ocala
next week to visit Mrs. Hampton and
Mrs. George Taylor.
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries i n a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. II. E.Carlton of Arcadia, and
son, Prof. W. A. Carlton of Emory
College, arrived in the city this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a visit with their daugh daughter
ter daughter and sister, Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Just arrived, celery, string beans,
okra and avocado pears at the Fort
King Confectionery. 2-3t
Emmett Hogan, son of Mrs.' G. D.I
Ilogan, is quite ill at his mother's'
home. Emmett is one of the Stars
faithful ami competent carrier boys
and is- very much missed in the office.
Ilis co-workers hope that he will soon
be well again.
Just arrived, celery, string beans,
okra and avocado pears at the Fort
King Confectionery. ', 2-3t
Dr. K. J. Weihe has concluded a
visit with his brother, Mr. Fred E.
Weihe at Norfolk, Va., and left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for New York city, where he
will foe joined by his wife and they
will remain there for six weeks,
while Dr. Weihe takes a post-gradu-jfor
ate course in optometry.
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a ponnd of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular -mces. Farmers' Exchange
Mrs. E. G. Rivers and infant, Mary
Lucile of Tallahassee, have arrived in
the city to spend some time at the
home of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. II. Moore. This is the little
lady's first visit to; her grandparents
and she is being given a cordial wel welcome.
come. welcome. '
SUG AR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
lfi-vpounds of sugar for one dollar,
with aNiollars worth of other groc
eries for sash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones. 377 and, 162.
tf H: B. WHITTINGTON.
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. "V
2. Splendid quarter block of
ground, consisting of three nice
with corner lot. Splendid location
a two-stoYy, cheap housej bearing.
orange, peach trees, pecans and
other fruits. Corner ., near the
schools. Price for the entire prop
No. 3. Large,, two-story residence
,with corner lot. Splendid locattion
. : on OkIawahafor apartments and
home. The price at which this
property can be had will surprise
No. 4. Fine residence lots on South
Fifth street or Buckalew Ave.
Best in the city. Prices right.
Ni. 5. Several cheap lots near high
school building. Build a cottage
and raise your children in dad
No. 6. If you want a real bargain as
an eight-room, two-story house
-an investment or home, I have it
here in an eight-room, two-
story house; all conveniences
corner lot, nice shade and near in.
Price only .............. .$1,500
Can arrange to carry part of pur
chase on each of above properties
Those of experience say Ocala prop
Mrs. Philip Murphy and Mrs. Harry
Dozier visited Gainesville yesterday
especially to assist in installing a.
woman's auxiliary unit of the Amer American
ican American Legion to Haisley Lynch post in
Citizehs Investment Company's
stock at a bargain. Box 329, Ocala,
r Qur yar(j be closed Monday aft-
ernoon, Sept. 5. R. H. Todd & Co. It
Mrs. Palmer 'and daughter, Mrs.
Jessie Alsop of Clearwater, arrived in
the city yesterday from North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, where they have spent the sum
mer, and will be guests until Monday-f
of heir son and brother, Mr. W. M,
New fall HATS now in. FISHEL'S.
There's t.o extra charg. for cieari cieari-;ng
;ng cieari-;ng your fish at the CJty Fish Mrk:-t.
Phc-e 158. f
Miss Wynona Wetherbee, f who is
spending the summer .in Leesburg
with her parents, is the guest of Miss
lest our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. 11-tf
New Skirts at FISHEL'S.
New line of standard make bicycles
on easy terms. B. F. Condon. 3-6t
Mr. F. B. Beckham and William
"Camp motored through the country
from Fernandina yesterday to spend
a few days in Ocala.
Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
f Bring your old bicycle in and trade
it in on a new one". Easy payments
B. F, Condon. 3-6t
Mr. J. D. McCaskill, who built the
building occupied by Pillans & Smith,
on Osceola street, is the contractor
in charge of the construction of the
addition to the large warehouse, and
not Messrs. Ray & Thomson, as was
stated in the Star a day or two ago.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be foui-d at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Carry Store. 807 South Lime
street. ; V 27-tf
.Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Barnett and
three children of Jacksonville, were
visitors in the 'city yesterday. Rev.
Barnettand family formerly resided
here when he was presiding elder for
this district of the Methodist church,
and their many friends gave them a
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
.-urgeon, specialist eye,' ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Adv.-tf
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr. will enter
tain the members of the "A" vlub
Monday evening at her home on Okla-
You are going to buy at HAR
GRAVES Cash and Carry Store be-
ause there youH save money. 807 S.
Miss Pauline Roesch of Braden-
tcwnn accompanied by ner sister-m-
aw, Mrs. Karl Roesch, are in the city
or a visit with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis and fimly.
Let us exchange your old furniture
or new. We can furnish you every
thing for your home. Theus Brothers.
hone 9. 23-lm
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twentv-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260. 310 N. Main street 27-tf
For fresh meat call phone 103. Main
Street Market. 11-tf
ng the Fa mily-
" I i ' S SCUSE MET f I I
Mr., and Mrs. R. L.-Van Osten are
now at home in their attractive new
bcngalow on East Fort King avenue.
Uneeda Biscuit lc per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
Store. 30-1 Ot
The Baptist sewing circle will meet
with Mrs. John L.' Edwards Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, instead of
with Mrs. Collins, as was first an announced.
nounced. announced. everai exceptional Bargains in i
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Thous Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
. Mr. W. E. Dodd of the Dodd Roof-!
ing Co., formerly of St. Petersburg,
has arrived in the city with his fam- I
ily.to make Ocala their home. Mr.?
Dodd and his partner are experts at
repairing and building roofs, and all
work done by them is guaranteed, j
These gentlemen come to our city
with good recommendations. j
New line EVER WEAR SILK HOSE
in. r iSHfclS. tf
Miss Louise Singleton has returned
to her home in Inverness after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tyson, in i
Springfield, en route from Pablo
Beach, where with her mother, Mrs.
G. I. Singleton, she spent a month.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, Miss Mam Mamie
ie Mamie Fant and Mr. Arch Fant of Fant Fant-ville
ville Fant-ville leave Monday for a month's stay
in Washington, Baltimore and New
Do-r Ti-c! r t. rn,-r,o i
Miss Ruth Collins have returned home
from a month's stay at Daytona ;
Beach and all their friends are glad j
, , t, J
uo nave tnem ai nome again, nev. i
Collins will fill the pulpit at thdBap- j
tist church tomorrow.
Victor records for September now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
Mr. and Mrs. John Dorn of Miami.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
DeCamp Wednesday and Thursday.
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh, every day at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package -...
i n t i ttl
witn a pouna oi duik cracKers ai reg regular
ular regular prices. v Farmer1:.' Exchange
Ocala at Leesburg Monday, Labor
It may General Wood wants to be
governor of the Philippines for a year
to get his hand in for governing Am American
erican American college students. Franklin,
We doubt the rumor that nice wom women
en women in England have been cured of
smoking because the common people
have taken it up. That never cured
the men. Columbia, S. C, State.
It is said that federal officials are
perplexed as to' the disposal of con confiscated
fiscated confiscated liquors in government ware warehouses.
houses. warehouses. Perhaps volunteers could be
called for to aid in the? solution of
this problem.-j-Mobile Register.
The "Sell Now League," organized
by manufacturers and merchants, has
launched a vigorous campaign to re revive
vive revive industry! and is splendidly equip equipped
ped equipped with headquarters and everything
except buyers. New. York Liberator.
The sales tax has one merit
hasn't been passed yet. Kansas Mail
One thing is certain: when England
set out to have Ireland she did not
count on twins. Philadelphia North
Wt.en Ma twr-..rr- T :rr.cr.t-J r-3 Tragedy for Pzt
OF THE CROSS
' 11 A. M.
WHO LIVED IN
A BOX CAR
8 P. M.
... t r it v.
Dr. Charles L. Collins, the
KfinJetki hoo Totiirnorl frnm
jg vacation and will preach
tOmoerOW On the Subjects
He hopes to greet unusual unusually
ly unusually large congregations yboth
t a .
morning and nigm.
Better do to Church
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Arrival and departure of passenge?
rains at OCALA UNTOY STATION
the following schedule hures pub published
lished published as information and iot guitr
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Geo. MacKay S bo.
rtiim Xante Kewldea
Jackanville-N'York 2:10 am jno. H. Taylor, Ocala,
Jacksonville l:50pmjH "enryA ?alaA,1
JarWnnll' 3:50 DID Y- ?ary. Ocala. Fla
4:17 pm Jacksonville
2:55 sm N York-St. Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
1 :50 pni Tampa-Manatee
4:05 pm Tampa-St. fetrsorg
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om Jo.nnCT.le-6. ork -.rr
' nm Jksonville-GaLville 3:24 prr
It 642 SSJflltGaSillo 10:13,
2:3 '. am St.Petsbrsr-Lfskelanfl 2:27 ;irr
1-21 Dm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1 :2n pm
7-1 a am Drninellon-Wilcox'
7:2"am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
'Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
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Leare Arr;rtr oary, H. t. Shearer, Katherine E.
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PATEN T I
Xotice 1s hernby j;iven that we. the J
underi.aneJ. will apply.to the jro-ver-j
nor of the state of Florida, at Talla-
has?ee. Florila. on the 10th day of Sep-
be issued to Marion couxty
creamery COMPANY, under the fol-
lowing proposed charter, the original :
of which U on lile in the of See of the j
secretary of state of the state of Flor
ida. at Tallahassee. Florida. I
ri 1 A 1 tJlt
h. w. henry. j
. I. UAKl.
il U SH BARER.
J. C JOHNSON.
KATHER1NE K. PYLBS.
Z. C. 1IKRLOXO.
U 'M- RAYSOR JR.
ProiHMted Charter lid Artielea f In Incorporation
corporation Incorporation of the Marloa ('misty
We. the undersigned, do hereby a-uo
ciate ourselves together for the pur-
lose of becwniiig; incorporated under j
the lxws of the state of Florida and do J
m-rfoy aaopt tne ioiiowms irtrpoea
charter and articles of incorporation:
wr find Places ot Buaiaeaa
The name of this corporation shall
b? MARION COUNTY CRKAMEKY
t'O.Mi'ANY. and its princnal place of j
business shall be at Ocala. .Marion coun-
ty. Florida, but -it may establish such :
other places? of business as branches
thereof a the (board of directors may
The general nature of the "business
or businesses to be transacted and en en-Kaged
Kaged en-Kaged in 'by this corporation is:
ta). To enjirage In a general creamery
ibusiness. buyinar and sellins -milk,
cream and all kinds of milk and
cream (products; to manufacture
cheese, butter, ice cream and all
other products of milk and cream;
(c. ) To tRiy. own. leae and sell all
kinds of real and personal property;
d. ) To .buy, own and sell patents,
patent rights an trade marks;
(e. ) To borrow money. Issue 'bonds,
nctea or other obligations and to se secure
cure secure the same by mortgages, deeds,
pladges or other Instruments, and to
lend money, taking as security there therefor
for therefor mortgages, deeds, pledges or
other security, and to make any and
all contracts necessary for carrying carrying-on
on carrying-on the businesses of this corporation;
(f.) Generally, to do any and all
things necessary or convenient to the
purpose 'or purposes of this corpora corporation
tion corporation and to have, exercise and enjoy
all the riirhts, powers and privileges
incident to corporations organized,
chartered and existing- under and by
virtue of the laws of .the state of
Ca nltal Stock
The amount of the capital stock of j
thousaxu bolivars i5.ooo)
I divided Into One Thousand Flv
this corporation shall be if'i
dred shares of the par value of TE.N
LK3LLARS (J'O) each, all or any portion
of which may -be Issued for or payable
in money, or in labor, services, real or
personal property at a fair valuation
therefor to te fixed by the board of
The' term for which this corporation
i to exist Is ninety-nine years.
Of fleer a
r The .business of this corporation is to
be conducted by the following- officers:
President, vice-president, secretary and
treasurer, any two of which, except the
offtces of president and vice-president,
may be held 'by the same person, such
officers to be elected by the -board of
directors: and by a board of directors,
corsistir-sr of not less than three nor
more than nine members, to toe elected
by the stockholders.
fThe first meeting of the stockholders
of this corporation shall be held at
Ocala. Florida, on the J2th day of
September, 1921, for the purpose of ac accenting
centing accenting its charter, adopting toy-laws.
lelectins officers and transacting such
y i other '-business as may be necessary for
completing the org-anization of this
S Ttie following officers shall conduct
the business of this corporation until
those elected at the first meeting of
the stockholders and directors shall
President. H. W. Henry.
Vice-President. Katherine E. Pylea.
Secretars -Treasurer, H. L. Shearer.
Directors: II. W. Henry. Katherine
E. Pyles. W. T. Gary, II. L. Shearer and
J c Johnson.
The annual meetings of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be held on the fourth Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday In Mar of each year.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation may subject
it?of at anv time is Fifteen Thousand
'ARTICLE VI L
The names and residences of the sub subscribers,
scribers, subscribers, together with the amount of
stock subscribed for by each, are as
Xante- Kewldeaee- saarea
o.crtTniw- ary, oeaia. ria v
4.0Upm, T h-r ooala. Fla 50
Katherine E. Pyles, Ocala. .Fla 10
J C. Johnson. Ocala, Fla 10
Z. C. Herlong. Micanopv. Fla 10
L. .M. Raysor, Jr., -Lowell. Fla 10
STATE OF FLORIDA.
. county of marion
on trus aay personally
I T 1 T I rv n irli KI
-Y Henry, rVV.
, Pvles. J C. Johnson. Z. C. Herlon? ana
L. M. Raysor. Jr.. each of whom js to
! application for letters patent; and sub-
scrtbed tneir respectire names inereio
t v a tiaao onri tvti T-ru therein set
ifS rAmiSSneexr.ire, on the llth
dir of March. A, D. 1923.
of March. A, D. 1SZ3.
'itn my hand and official seal at
la. Florida this the l.th day of Au-
' A ',rrr w'miit.
kiV' glover w .miliar.
WANTED As steno-
grapher, clerk or cashier. Apply or
phone Ocala House. 31-6t
. I TTTT
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1918
Apply at'O'Neil & Holly
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; f 1.25 four-foot
wood, $1.40 eight-foot wood. Phone
368. Mr. and Sirs. D. N. Mathews,
. East Second street. S0-6t-
FOR SALE Ford sedan newly paint painted
ed painted and in excellent condition Five
practically new tires. Apply to
Norman Horne, Ocala. 29-Ct
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. 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 conven-iencesand
iencesand conven-iencesand comforts. Also three
nicely furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. See Mrs. Martha
( Williams at Mrs. Mamie Hall's res res-"
" res-" idence, Fort King Ave. 30-6t
TO RENT On Sept. 1st, five-room
bungalow with lattice porch, water,
lights and phone connections. Ap Apply
ply Apply to RobL F. Rogers, at the post post-office.
office. post-office. 30-6t
DRESSMAKING In. all styles of
women's apparel. Work guaranteed.
Five years with Helvenston's store.
Prices reasonable. Glad to have
former customers call as well s
new ones. Miss Lizzie Smith, 634
N. Magnolia St. 31-6t
I OST Monday, between Dunnellon
and Ocala, auto cushion. Return to
C. Y. Miller, Ocala, and receive re reward.
ward. reward. v 31-tf
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. 205
Main street. 31-3t
CATTLE WANTED WTill pay $8 per.
head for stock cattle. Box No. 1,
Fort McCoy, Fla. 31-6t
DODGE CAR FOR SALE A Dodge
', touring car for sale at a bargain.
Carroll Motors Company. 3-3t
SALESMAN To cover local territory
selling dealers. Guaranteed salary
of $100 week for right man. The
Richards Co., 200 Fifth avenue,
New York, N. Y. 3-6t
TOR SALE Fine, large lot of about
two acres; good two-story, 9-room
house with all city conveniences.
Has barn and garage for two cars
and two head of stock; also chicken
house, smokehouse and woodshed.
See Grover Griffin, 119 S. Magnolia
St., for price and terms. 3-6t
COTTAGE. TO RENT For small
family, $25 per month. Apply to
D. Niel Ferguson. 3-tf
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Eva Dorr, Complainant, vs. William
L. Dorr, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.
j It is ordered that the defendant
j herein named, to-wit: William L. Dorr,
jbe and he is hereby required to ap-
e u v.,n J
4 um ui lumpiaiiib meu 1X1
Lus cause on or before Monday, the
,ora aay OI UCtODer.
jt ig fUrtherordered that a copy of
be published once a week
ior iour consecuuve weexs in ine
wcaia evening aiar, a newspaper
,t-:uj : : j i
Luuii5jcu in saiu county ana buate.
Thi, 2nd day of September, 1921.
isean i. u. Jancaster Jr
toeai x. v. jancasier jr
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
, Kiorida By Ruth Ervin D q
L- W. DuvaL
L. W. Duval,
Complainant's Solicitor. 9-3-5t-Sat
erty' W'U o up. Hence, buy now.
Call or phone
; F. W. DITTO
We Paint Signs
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