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VfEATHER FORECASTLocal thunders-howers tonight and Tuesday.
TEMPERATURES Thw morning, 73; thiraftemooa, SO.
OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1921
ODELE SI'S 101
IT TOOK TOLL OF
I'JEEK OF GRACE
RAPID WORK 0!!
TAffA TOUGHS ARE
III THE TOILS
Oil III ILLIIIOIS
IIiim Reached Out at Last' and Grab Grab-1
1 Grab-1 bed the West Virginia Insur Insur-rectos
rectos Insur-rectos by the Hair
(Associated Press) I
Charleston, Sept. 5. Labor Day
found federal troops patrolling the
trouble zone on Spruce fork ridge
and clearing out such armed forces
. an they encountered. A large number
of men surrendered yesterday and all
who carried arms were forced to give
' 7 i SHOOTING WAS SLIGHT
Wiliamson, W. Va., Sept. 5. There
wau'iome shooting along the. Tug
river east of Williamson last night
but county and state authorities did
not take it seriously.
Preacher Wants Power of Diverce as
A Well as Marriage Put in
. his Hands
Tampa, Sept. 5. The placing of the
power of divorce in the hands of min ministers
isters ministers who join couples together was
advocated last night in a sermon, by
Rev. W. F. Dunkle, pastor of the First
Methodist church here and one of the
best known writers and ministers in
DIXIE FLYER AND SEMINOLE f
LIMITED MIX IT UP
, Albany, Ga., Sept. 5. Two through
passenger trains, the Dixie Flyer and
the Seminole Limited, running be be-twe!nJacksonville
twe!nJacksonville be-twe!nJacksonville and Chicago, were
in a rear end collision this morning at
Sumner, 26 miles east of here, on the
Atlantic Coast Line. Several passen passengers
gers passengers were slightly injured.
Both trains were northbound. The
engineer on the Seminole Limited,
'' which left Jacksonville an hour after
the Dixie Flyef, stated the flagman on
. the flyer failed to go back far enough
when, the Dixie Flyer stopped because
of mechanical trouble. The flagman
contended he had gone back the re required
quired required distance. The Seminole engi engineer
neer engineer jumped, The rear car on the
' flyer was an observation car but was
pot occupied when the crash occurred,
' f.he passengers having retired.
PITTSBURG LOST THIS
MORNING TO CINCINNATI
New York, Sept,. 5. The Pittsburg
Nationals lost this morning's game to
Cincinnati, two to one, in the eleventh
inning. The Cleveland Americans de defeated
feated defeated St.Tf Louis, 10 to 5. Double Double-headers
headers Double-headers in which the New York Amer Americans
icans Americans and the New York Nations figure
will be played this afternoon.
BURNS SHUT OUT
V J- NEWPORT NEWS
Newport News, Sept. 5. Pitcher
Burns of Suffolk, shut out Newport
News of the Virginia League, in the
morning game here today without a
hit, winning $ to 0. ,.
AUTO RACE AT UNIONTOWN
Uniontown; Pa., Sept. 5.- Eleven
care were entered in the 225-mile auto
race at the speedway here today. The
speedway .purse and a bonus totalling
$40,000 is held out for the winners,
"he race starts at 2 o'clock.
BRUISERS ARRANGE FOR A
.j. (Associated Press)
Jersey City, Sept. 5. Bryan Down Downey,
ey, Downey, of Cleveland, and Johnny Wilson,
Ijf Boston, were to' meet here this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to settle their dispute over the
world's welterweight boxing title.
Both weighed in at 160 pounds at 10
o'clock this morning" and declared
themselves fit for the fray.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 810 N. Main street 27-tf
W. K.i Lane, M. D., physician and
urgikxn, specialist eye, ear, nose and
thronix. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Oral Fla. Adv.-tf
Three and Possibly Five of Our Brave
Young Airmen Lost in the West
Charleston, Sept. 5. Three of the
five missing army airmen were found
dead on Twenty Mile Creek today, ac according
cording according to a report received at avia aviation
tion aviation headquarters here. Another was
reported seriously injured. No men mention
tion mention was made of the fifth man, but
the opinion was expressed that he
was in the wreckage of the bomber
that fell Saturday afternoon while
traveling from Charleston to Langley
PORTAL OF PEACE
Monument of Amity of Two Great
Nations Dedicated on the Inter Inter-'J
'J Inter-'J national Line Tomorrow
Blaine, Wash., Sept. 5. More than
one hundred years of v peace between
Canada, and the United States one
hundred years without fortifications
or armies along 3000 miles of. border
will be commemorated tomorrow
with the dedication of the' Peace Por
tal, a huge arch of steel and cement,
on the international boundary line
At the same time the Pacific High Highway,
way, Highway, running from Vancouver, B. C,
to Tia Juana, Lower California, will be
formally dedicated with elaborate
ceremonies. The highway, f which is
now practically completed with the
exception of paving on certain parts,
is nearly 2000 miles long and tra traverses
verses traverses the states of Oregon, Wash Washington
ington Washington and California. Every mile of
the road will be paved by 1925, ac according
cording according to present plans.
The Peace PortaL. constructed by
the Pacific Highway Association in ac accord
cord accord with an act of parliament and an
order in council, rests half, on Canad Canadian
ian Canadian and half on American soil. Of
Grecian Doric type, it has been pro pronounced
nounced pronounced of surpassing beauty. In the
plinth on the south side are inscribed
the words: "Children of a Common
Mother"; on the north side the legend
runs: "Brethren, Dwelling Together in
Uriitey." On the interior, below one
o fthe doors, are inscribed the words:
"Open for One Hundred Years"; be be-lcw
lcw be-lcw the other door ate the .words:
"May These Doors Never be Closed."
On each side of the portal a park
has been designed, and gardners have
been engaged for weeks in beautify beautifying
ing beautifying these strips. The structure bears
two flagpoles, from one of which the
flag of Great Britain will fly, and from
the other, the Stars and Stripes.
More than 450 electric lights will be
used to illuminate the portal at night.
Dedication ceremonies began today
with special meeting at the parlia
ment buildings at Victoria, B,
sided over by Lieut. GovJ
Nichol, of British Columbia.
Walter Cpre-Walter Who made Miami, St. Petersburg
and Orlando? It was the hustling real
estate men, backed by every citizen
boosting all the way and pulling for
the common good of all. Ocala and
Marion county offers more to the
homeseeker than these points. First,
we have soil sufficiently productive to
make general farming successful, its
an awfully healthy place to live, our
springs and clear water lakes, trans transportation
portation transportation facilities, highways, "etc.,
ere attracting the attention of those
who are far-sighted enough to take a
glance into the ; future. Let every
citizen awaken to what wonderful op opportunities
portunities opportunities we have. Three hundred
new buildings, if erected within nine ninety"
ty" ninety" days could nottake caref the
visitors this winter. Wake up and
let's go to work. We can put Ocala
in the class where she belongs. We
have just' issued a new booklet giving
all facts about Ocala and Marion
county. It is being mailed to 7000
prospective homeseekers. Buy or sell
through James Hall, representative of
E. A. Strout Farm Agency. 5-lt.
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
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf
Victor records for September now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
Preliminary Trial of Dr. Belcher Set
for Wednesday at Clearwater
has Been Postponed
Tampa, Sept. 5. Counsel for Dr.
I. J. Belcher, of Tarpon Springs,
charged with manslaughter in connec connection
tion connection with the death of Miss Virginia
Turned, whose body was found in a
creek near Clearwater a week ago, an announced
nounced announced today the preliminary hear
ing set for tomorrow in Clearwater
jhad been continued for one week. The
j court agreed to a continuance in order
j to give the accused man time in which
to prepare a complete statemsnt.
D. M. WALDRON
This good citizen, who was laid to
his lasting rest a few days ago, was
one of Marion county's most worthy
sens. Jle was born near that beauti beautiful
ful beautiful sheet of water. Bay Lake, a few
miles from OrangevSprings.. then one
of the most important industrial and
commercial corners of the state, and
lived there all the sixty-one years of
his life; his home, in which he reared
his family, being within a mile of the
house in which he wes born. He was
one of the best-known rnen and lead leading
ing leading citizens of that, part of the coun county.,
ty., county., and the news of his death was a
shock to hundreds of those who had
known hirri long and well.
Mr. Waldron was educated in Mar Marion
ion Marion county schools and was one of our
representative farmers. We was not
a church member, but sympathized
with and as often as possible attend attended
ed attended the services of the Primitive Bap Baptists.
tists. Baptists. Miss Isadore Moo'dy of 'Green Cove
Springs, liecarne his wife in his young
manhood, and to them were born Ra Raleigh
leigh Raleigh Waldron and .Miss Donnie Wal Waldron,
dron, Waldron, now living with their mother at
the old home at Bay Lake', Bailey
Waldron of Burbank, Mrs. R. I
Geiger of Jacksonvillend Mrs. A. E.
Gnann of Gainesville, beside the sol soldier
dier soldier son, I ra B. Waldron, who died in
France an 3 was buried in Fort McCoV
cemetery only a few weeks before his
father wan laid by his side.
Mr. Waldron suffered from" hieh 1
blood pressure two years before his
death, and while not dangerously ill
was never in perfect health. He went
to Salt Springs a few days before he
died, was taken ill and his friends
started with him to Ocala for treat treatment
ment treatment but he died on the Nvay.
His remains were cared for by Sam
II. Pyles & Company, from whose
establishment the funeral cortege,
consisting of some of his relatives and
a number of friends, including mem members
bers members of the Masonic order, started at
11 o'clock Sunday morning, Aug. 28.
At Fort McCoy, the funeral party was
met by a number of friends from all
over the section where Mr. Waldron
had lived) .from his birth. The Masons
had charge of the ceremonies. The
pall bearers were Messrs. W. A.
Stevens Harmon Hall, Louis Hall, W.
S. Priest and Nathan Brinson of Fort
McCoy and Will Teuton of Ocala.
So passes from us a good and useful
man whotsie place will be hard to fHI
and whose memory will linger long.
All milk bottles bought at O. K.
Teapot, Grocery, U-Serve No. 1 and
Cook's Market must, be returned for
redemption not later than Wednesday Wednesday-Sept.
Sept. Wednesday-Sept. 7th. From this date on only
new style bottles to be used at these
depots will be accepted.
5-lt By Parker Painter.
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
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
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
Our latest national superstition is
that General Dawes can cure govern governmental
mental governmental extragance by swearing at
it. New York Liberator.
Putting Airplanes to the Test of their
Worth for Commercial Purposes'
Chicago, Sept. 5. One hundred air airplanes
planes airplanes this afternoon competed in the
aero derby here under the auspices of
the Aero Club of Illinois. The purpose
of the meet was to demonstrate the
possibility of. modern two-passenger
planes for commercial purposes and
the durability, endurance ond speed of
Sunday at his home. Rev. C. L. Col Colling
ling Colling joined in marriage Miss Mary
Ela Bray of this city to Mr. Alvin
Tullie Stanfell of Tampa.
The announcement of this marriage
v;iH be received with interest by
firends in Ocala, Leesburg, Tampa and
other places khere the groom has re resided.
Mrs. Stanfell has lived in Ocala for
most of her life. She is the youngest
daughter of Mr. WrS. Bray and quite
a pretty and charming young woman.
For three years she has been with the
telephone company and by her cour courteous
teous courteous and obliging manner has made
many friends who regret that her
marriage will take her elsewhere, for
the young people will reside in Tampa,
where the groom has a position with
the United Motor Company. He is a
deserving and popular young man, not
only with his employers, but with the
public at large. Mr. Stanfell was a
member of Company A, and was with
the A. E. F. in France.
. Saturday the following young la ladies,
dies, ladies, all of whom are connected with
the Ocala Telephone Company, plan planned
ned planned a kitcHln shower for Mrs. Stan Stanfell
fell Stanfell at the home if Miss Felts, namely:
Misses Eunice, Felts,, Lorine Perry,
Ciary Curry, R. E. Curry and Geor Georgia
gia Georgia LOng. After the guests had ar arrived
rived arrived they indulged in .card games,
after which Miss Felts invited them
icAo the sitting room, which was fill filled
ed filled with all' sorts of kitchen utensils.
To each gift was attached a clever
verse and" there was much amuse amusement
ment amusement as the honoree read each one
a!oud. In conclusion a sweet course
AUTOMOBILE PRICES DROP
Mr. B.' F. Condon, local agent for
the Willis-Knight and Overland line,
has received word from the fafcory
of a substantial reduction in the price
of these cars. The Overland and
Willys-Knight are very popular cars
and this reduction, in price wil be of
interest lo those who are contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating the purchose of one'.
OUR SENTIMENTS AGREE
Bradentown, Sept. 3.
Editor Star: I have just received
the first statement from you that I
have had since leaving Ocala. We
have enjoyed your paper. You have
spoken'-my sentiments for the last
four years. I would have stopped the
paper long ago but we enjoyed it so
much we hesitated about stopping our
subscription. You will find enclosed
my check for $3, which pays for the
paper to February 15th, 1923.
Wishing you much success, I am,
M. L. Pettey.
In Sunday's Tampa Tribune an en entire
tire entire page and much additional space
was devoted to an article about a very
up-to-date Martha Washington store
that Mr. J. H. Mason will open in
Tampa Wednesday morning. The store
will be somewhat similar to the one in
Atlanta, however,- much larger and
more elaborate. Light lunches will be
served and Martha Washington candy
or cigars, cigarettes and drinks. The
waitresses will dress in Martha Wash Washington
ington Washington style and the interior decora decorations
tions decorations will be similar. There is no
other establishment of the kind in the
state and Tampans are delighted to
hi ve such a wonderful lunch room in
their town. Mr. Mason married Miss
Minnie Stovall,. formerly of this city,
and one of Ocala's most popular girls.
Her friend3 will be interested to learn
of this new business her husband will
enter and wish him all success.
Bring your old bicycle in and trade
it in on a new one. Easy payments
for the rest. B. F. Condon. 3-t
This is a Studebaker year.
Jacksonville Does Not Relish Chicago
Methods in Crime and Will Meet
Them With a Sample of
Jacksonville, Sept. 5. The autho authorities
rities authorities today are arranging to call the
grand jury in special session, immed immediately
iately immediately recall the stated attorney from
his vacation in North Carolina and
postpone the annual vacation of the
circuit court, in order that a special
speedy trial may be accorded Frank
Rawlings, age 22, of Chicago, wno
last night invaded the cashier's office
e.t the Palace Theater here while 2000
persons were witnessing the show,
killed George "Hickman, the manager,
beat up Elbert Harris, the treasurer,
and escaped with $800 only to be cap cap-tared
tared cap-tared by a policeman on the street
near the theater.
The feeling against Rawlings is in
tense but the authorities do not fear
mob violence in view of arrangements
for an immediate trial.
WILL BEGIN WORK WEDNESDAY
Judge Gibbs ordered the grand jury
to convene in special session Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and State Attorney Wideman was
summoned by wire to return immed immediately.
iately. immediately. RESPECT FOR HICKMAN
The theater opened last night for
the first show of the season, but it was
closed today out of respect for Mr.
Hickman, who was one of the best
known thatrical men in the southern
Jacksonville, Sept. 5. Gloom that
crept into the plans for the-- cattle
show at the FloriSa State Fair and
Exposition to be held in Jacksonvilfe
from Nov. 12 to 19, lias been dispelled
by the virtual agreement of the bu bureau
reau bureau of animal industry, U. S. de department
partment department of agriculture, at Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, to lift the ban against' the
importation of livestock into Florida.
The way for the raising of the bars
was paved by the Duval county board
of commissioners when they agreed to
appropriate $25,000 in the next bud budget
get budget for cattle dipping. Close upon the
board's recent action comes a letter
from Dr. J. H. Mohler, chief of the
bureau of animal industry to the ef effect
fect effect that if-this board's action is con confirmed
firmed confirmed and assurance given of full co cooperation
operation cooperation in the elimination of the
cattle tick, an order will be promul promulgated
gated promulgated to permit the shipment of cattle
into Duval county in November for
the coming fair.
Lifting of the quarantine, which
had seriously threatened the extent
of this year's cattle show, will mean,
officials of the State Fair Association
declare, that this, year's live stock
exposition will be a record breaker.
Exhibitors from all states in the free
area will be able to bring their herds
here for exhibition and compete for
the liberal prizes that have been of offered.
fered. offered. '
For a time it looked like the cattle
show would be confined to Florida
stock exclusively and efforts were be being
ing being bended in this direction in order
to make the show as much of a suc success
cess success as possible under the handicap.
But with the fever tick quarantine
swept aside, this year's show would
outdistance all previous offerings in.
Loth size and quality and the fair as association
sociation association officers are jubilant over the
success of the efforts that were exert exerted
ed exerted toward having the ban set aside.
, This, however, does not lessen the
desire to have a big showing of native
cattle breeders throughout Florida
and then are being urged to turn out
strong for the competition during the
These days the way of the trans transgressor
gressor transgressor is tarred. Nashville Tenrs Tenrs-seean.
seean. Tenrs-seean. Are those advocated of a dye em em-largo
largo em-largo trying to draw the color line?
A Virginia street sign reads: "Let
us do your dieing for you. We accept
the proposition. Charleston Gazette.
Everything. in the line of house furnishings-may
be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.
Thens Brothers. Phone 19. 23-1 m
, Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
AfU?r Failure to Hold Up Pay Car,
All are in Jail or Liable to be
Tampa, Sept. 5. The arrest of the
rtmaining two members still at large
cf the gang of five that attempted to
rob four employes of a cigar factory
cf the weekly pay roll in West Tampa
Saturday is expected today. Three
members of the gang under arrest
will be charged today with assault
with intent to kill and attempted rob robbery,
bery, robbery, Sheriff Spencer said. Each is
being held in default of $ 10,000 bond.
The penaity for conviction on the
charges to be filed ranges from ten
tc twenty years imprisonment.
SCHOOLS FOR WOMEN
Washington, Sept. 5. Hospital
training, schools for nurses were open open-td
td open-td Sept. 1, for young women, between
21 and 35 years, at the Fox Hills,
Staten Island, N. Y., and the Fort Mc Mc-Henry,
Henry, Mc-Henry, Baltimore, Md., hospitals of
the public health service to educate
prospective nurses for the United
States public health service nurse
corps. Surgeon General .Cumming of
the pubtic health service, the head of
the New United States Training
School for, Nurses, has been receiving
applications, in person and writing, at
the office of the surgeon general,
which is the headquarters of the
school. Surgeon General Cumming'
stated it would offer to women de desiring
siring desiring to take up the profession -of
rursing a course of study leading to
a diploma and an opportunity in car caring
ing caring for disabled military patients.
The course is to be three years, with
month's vacation each year, an allow allowance
ance allowance of $30 monthly for the first two
years and $50 monthly for the third
year to provide for uniforms and
school expenses. Quarters, subsistence,
laundry and text books will be sup supplied
plied supplied free and no tuition fee is requir required.
ed. required. Connection between the student
and the school may be severed at any
time during the period of training.
Special consideration is given appli
cants who have taken elementary
courses of the Red Cross or who serv served
ed served as nurses and aides in army and
civilian hospitals throughout the war.
Candidates must be graduates of a
recognized high school or present evi
dence of an educational equivalent.
Special credits will be allowed grad graduates
uates graduates of accredited colleges and stud students
ents students with two or more years in col
lege or in approved technical schools.
SEABREEZE CLUB" WILL
SCATTER THE SHEKELS
(Associated Pre -a)
Seabreeze, Sept. 2. A colony of
from 30 to 35 rustic bungalows set
amid the tropical growth of Sea-'
breeze will be erected this winter for
a club composed of interior decora
tors, artists and professionals of New
York city. The colony will be one of
the most unique of its kind in Amer America
ica America and will represent an expenditure
of approximately $200,000. The club
has purchased a 'large tract of land
covered with tropical shrubbery on
Halifax and University avenues with
a frontage of. 470 feet on the Halifax
river and extending back to within a
hort ditsance of the ocean.
The revenooers are now trying to
patrol the ocean 1 there's many
a ship 'twixt the cup and the lip-
New York Sun.
If our foreign trade keeps up its
present progress in the same direction
all Atlantic ports will soon be ex exports.
ports. exports. Baltimore Sun.
The government has issued a bulle bulletin
tin bulletin on bow to keep a cellar dry. Bat
the surest way is to give a few hous
parties. New Orleans States.
Germans owe us nearly a quarter of
a billion dollars for the maintenance
cf American troops on the Rhine; but
Germany can't pay at present, as all
hr available funds, aside from the in indemnity
demnity indemnity she must pay, are needed -to
subsidize world trade. New York
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES
Cash and CArry Store, 807 South Lime
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1921
I for 'dismissing the doctor it rather: ASKS FOR INFORMATION
1p Clnw dismissing: the doctor it re
llMCIUEi aiariitified it. The article, in fact,
j not so much either attack or defense
Detroit, Mich., August 31.
Editor Star: Please find enclosed a
Pnbiufaed Everr DyExept ssBJay fcr .3 a query why the Marianna school!
STAR rULLIhUirVlr CUMfAIM I, u.j in i ,:.), tmnhla and mrVw. rt rnvpr inrihWnPS for
K. R. Carroll, Presldeat
a great expense; a question by the j your valuable paper
J way, which is becoming numerously again. I hare never
till it is due
had the pleasure
" Y"?imV BdrtTrrBrer j asked a11 over the state. It looks like of meeting any one from Ocala but I
-'ih statp ennt Tnt at flip heaA tf tViP rH all snnt tVipm anrl snmp riav 'f
?onn d!, iSu?r: Fla" ,poto"c- as school a merciful and refined man will tell a lot of them things they
without, in a desire to help the boys,
his doing more than the state is able
ftae Offlre ; .Flre-Oa
froeiet? Hportrr ........ .FIt-Q to pay lor.
: T2J,,.. rn j We beg to inform the Tribune that
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not otherwise credited in this paper and tSL ft wa3 fair and truthful. And
also the local news published herein.! ,v
au rirhts of republication of special 5 another member has told the btar
die pitches herein axe also reserved.
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"NEVER SAW THE WOODPILE!
that under Dr. McCiane's administra administration
tion administration the boys had been better cared
for and better taught than ever be-
fore. ' f
Having succeeded in getting the
item about the woodpile in the Star,
which the Star would have printed
not later than last Friday, if it had
known the Trib. 50 greatly desired it,
we hope our esteemed contemporary
will continue in its placid (enjoyment
of three squares a day.
LETTER FROM LIGHT
Editor Star: The published state statement
ment statement in the Ocala papers giving the
financial statement of Marion coun
ty's road fund says:
Expenses of road fund for six
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on oar shop. We are
Experts at this business
and onr work is
, The Ocala Star uses a full column
and a half in a laudable defense of
' Dr. McClane, the deposted superin- months ending March 1, 1921, was
tendent of the boys' industrial school $4G,572; expenses of road fund for
at Marianna. It almost justifies ev- six months ending March 31, 1916,
erything the doctor is removed for was $14,637.05; increase of expenses
save one, and that one it never even for 1921 over 1916, same length of
mentions, much less admits is there, time, was 331,935.05. ;
That is the buying of those tracts of Why has it cost the taxpayers for
land, selling the wood to the state, I roads $31,935.05 more, in six months
taking the money for the wood and J of 1921 than same time in 1916, and
using it to pay for the land and take! when and how has this money been
title vin! his name and that of his It-pent? r
assistant-partner in the deal. f By what law and under what autho
The Star says it vhas known for a nty did our county commissioners
long time, a year lat least, that Dr. j borrow $20,000 in the expenditure of
McClane was in a bad condition phys- this $46,000,000 m the six months
kally, due to over work." It admits he mentioned?
is "not a good business man," and it I County commissioners, published
declarer, "the boys at Marianna have J statement of where and amount of
been used before to work farms m the I these expenditures will save you fur fur-vicinity
vicinity fur-vicinity of the school and nothing I ther annoyance.
was done about it." Referring to the The total costs for county roads m
boys crushed in the clay-pit and the 1910 was $26,453; six months in 1913
one drowned, it says, "He showed no I and six months in 1914 was $27,554.43,
signs of being callous or indifferent to and six months in 1921, $46,572; $20,
suffering while he lived here;" and it 000 borrowed and left the treasury
then iiiRtifies the dismissal on the short of $1,996.22 of what was on
ground that "Lack of harmony with hand Oct. 1, 1920.
the board of commissioners is suffi-l District No. 1 in the six months
cient reason for the dismissal of any! spent .. .. $ 6,879.76
appointed official." District No. 2 Spent 10,623.96
But the Star entirely overlooks the District No. 3 spent ...... 10,847.64
fact that the deposed superintendent District No. 4 spent ....... 9,645.96
and his assistant sold to the state District No. 5 spent ...... 8,544.68
f3.320.33 worth of wood cut by the Contingencies amounted, to 319.76
boys without pay from lands bought
by the two officials in their own name, Making a total of. .... .$46,572.00
within sixteen months, and the saidl According to 1915 census report
wood was charged at so much per there were 8000 people in district No.
"cord" when it was. only "estimated" i. This district received about $8.50
by the wagon, or truck load; and the per head for road work; district No.
said $9,320.33 was applied to the pur- 4 with 1474 persons, in the district
Chase price of the said lands for the received $6.70 for each and every per per-superintendent
superintendent per-superintendent and his assistant.- son, living in the district; district No.
Tampa Tribune. 15, 7777 persons, received $1.10 per
We beg the Tribune's pardon.; Jpeson against, $6.70 is another dis
We did not mention the woodpile Itrict.
because we did not know the Tribune! I have mislaid my figures on the
wanted it mentioned. t assessed valuation of .each commis-
When it criticised our article, it did sioner's district so am quoting from
not mention several things we should memory. District No. 5 pays $20 in
have liked to have mentioned. taxes to each dollar paid in district
As Rupert Hughes says in one of No. 4, and now I ask where is the
his recent masses of sugarcoated right and justice in spending $6.70
nastiness; "We can't have every- for road purposes in district No. 4
tibing." when $1.10 is spent in district No. 5,
We presume the gentleman who and district No. 5 pays $20 taxes to
wrote the Tribune's article is a train- district No. 4's $1 for each person?
ed newspaper man. If he is, he must! I have enough of this
think-1 don't know.
I want to tell you of my interest in ;
Ocala people. About ten years ago :
I bought a ten-acre farm from the j
Florida Farms & Home3 Co. It is;
said to be near Daisy or Burbank, and : g-j w-i jr jrw- rr t g-y
I really would like to get in touch Ej A. tC X, ti 1 ll K
with some one from that locality, asj
it is a pig in a bag. I should have
gone there and seen the land and lo-j
cation. Probably you know some onej
near this description of 'property: j
West half of east half of southwest;
quarter of northwest quarter of sec-'
tion.27, township 14, range 23; also
ot 6, block 80, as per map of Silver;
City, recorded in plat book A, pages
mustard I expect to locate on it ass V ULiCAWlZHii
soon as I can leave my city position, OCfllQ flOUSC DiOClC
ap I have a real live job, working on
bandits and bank robbers. I have
charge of a squad of men that ride
throughout our city armed with sawed
off shotguns that shoot six loads, and
of course, I would like to quit this
game and build a home near Ocala,
clean this land and make a living off
of it. What I would like to know will
may boyhood dream come true and
of course I will have to find a native
woman that will understand how to
make an ex-police officer feel at home
in Florida. Now if you can do any
thing for me start at once. I will pay
the freight. .
Yours till Niagara falls,
Officer James D. Hanlon, ...
Bethune Police Station, Detroit, Mich.
. ; :
Officer Hanlon had best come see for
himself. If he is disappointed in
Daisy, he can find many good places
in Marion county. The Star would be
glad if some of its readers will supply
him with the information he requires..
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and ( hcvrolet
COOPER Cor.i Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee. $18
""' DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
P LAR NE Heavy Oil. five gallons, $3.50 I
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. EKgesscr, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Repair Worlc, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
New Fall Goods
Called For and Delivered
Special Attention to
G. C. GREENE Phone 435
Opp. Marion Hardware
Our buyer who has been in the markets for the past
three weeks, has returned, but shipped in advance his
excellent selection of goods for Fall and Winter, consist consisting
ing consisting of
Coat Suits, Shoes, Millinery
Hats, Foot-wear, Children's
A. E. GERIG
know that no journalist in writing an
article based oiv a news story is ex expected
pected expected to reproduce said story entire.
The Tribune doesn't do it.
The Star doesn't do it.
C V. Roberts
Civil engineer's report for 1914
crives an itemizea account ox ku
dollar spent on each road in each dis district
trict district It cost 7.3 per lineal foot to
build 3218 feet on the 1 Ocala and
And no other big newspaper does it. J Sharp's JFerry road. District No. 2
Why should the Star have reprinted spent to build 14,728 lineal feet on
that particular item, any more than the Dunnellon road $2,019.93; spent
any other item in the story? cn Ocala and Leesburg road, 19,575
The Star received from the Asso- lineal feet, $1,690.77. In district No.
ciated Press Wednesday and published 4 17 miles of road was graded and
the charges in toto of the board against cpened and bridges repaired, costing
Dr. McClane. They covered the S20155 and in district No. 5 there was
ground. If the Star had received a spent on Mcintosh road, lime and
copy of the charges in seriatim early slay, 4561 feet, $287.54; Ocala and
Wednesday morning, it would have Fairfield road 10,203 feet, lime and
printed them in full. But' with four clay, $1,163.79, etc
of the biggest papers in the state The records snow it paid our county j
pouring their news iAto the town at to have a road engineer supervise the
- ... . i ...... ... 13'
the rate of seven or eight nunarea i cost of building pads ana tne recoras
copies a day, the Star would be fool-1 of late fail to show on which roads
t. r -i. .- i. I 1 i i V-J -1 I 1 l-Ll- V- 1 n-rtA VQ
isn U. it reuriuieu wiiat, wiiey uau i-jour monies nave ueeu opc-in, ouu
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
OfiRce Phone 350. Oca!a. Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Dresses, Rompers, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
And a better selection has never been displayed in this store. The
really important feature of this season's selections is-that everything
was purchased at pre-war prices, and will be
Tav?vi sold in the same wav.
e ucaia Bazaar
F. P. GADS0N Prop.
Ocala - Florida
AU work d ne by xp-rts
and every jnb gi.'aiant-ed.
Geo. J. Williams
We have been in the newspaper
business nearly forty years, and we
have never yet seen any paper spread
itself on a story already published.
Our readers being already familiar
onditions of our roads and the cash
for roads on hand testifies the need
of a change in our road maangement.
Therefore, I petition our county
.commissioners to hire a competent
oad engineer, to publish each month
.of4A Ci- In New York taking a
,;f post graduate course.
5 Will announce date of re-
DR.- K. J.
with the story, and a pressure of, to the amount of monies and on which,
them, more important local news on r0ad spent and the engineer to begin
our columns, we didn't reprint on work, at the beginning of our budget
Thursday the Marianna story.
In the article criticised by the Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, we didn't so much defend Dr.
McClane as call attention to matters
not mentioned and probably not
known except to his neighbors, one of
whom the Star is. Why shouldn't the
Stmr tell of the good that it knows
is in a man who was its neighbor and
friend for a dozen years?
roar October 1st,. 1921.
L. S. Light.
Reddick, September 3.
PR A CTICA L CONTR A CTOR
Careful estimates made on all con con-'
' con-' tract work. Give? more and Ixttcr
'woik for the money th.-n any o-he
cor.tmrinr the -v
BUSINESS WOMAN'S MEETING
Tomorrow evening at the club
rooms the Business and Professional
Woman's Club will meet at 8 o'clock.
A full attendance is requested and de
sired as there are matters ofimport-
The Star did not attack the boardJir.ce to be discussed.
Day Phone 4". Nifcht Phone 5T3
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmpr
G. B. Overton. Mgr.
! Ocala. Fla.
1 J J. ( C-IEflL
The new sugar-coatedsf-y w
too. wa cSAzS
If i Jjif CmMl peppermint flavored cbcfcsccD
f tlon. pclisb yesr tzztb and ccfc3
y.mS. M vocr throat. BT2
.'.v.L WE (LSfS
OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBE2 5, IS 21
. SEE HE FOR
Everything in the Raiding line
i. V . X.
My ft ork is Guaranteed
17. A. TINSMAN
"Tht Stucco Han
Phone S2S i
r:3EDMr.i motor co.
Gttsohne, Oils and Grease
Large line of Elect ial Parts
we use genuine pan u uui
Oklawaha A ve. & 0 ran ge St.
Fall and Winter
All sorts of Chic Sport
and Fancy Dress
I Elite Hat Shop
DeCamp and Weaver
jiew line of standard make bicycles
on easy terms. B. F. Condon. 3-6t
IN OCALA IS GOING UP AND IS
BOUND TO GET HIGHER. NOW
li YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY
AT THE LOW PRICE.
.i ,- t. .
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
No. 2. Splendid quarter block of
ground, consisting of three nice
with corner lot. Splendid location
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
No.' 3 Large, two-story residence
with corner lot. Splendid locattion
I 'on Oklawaha for apartments andl
; home. The price at which this
i property can be had will surprise
No, 4rfr-Fine residence lots on South
:; Fifth street or Buckalew Ave.
j Best in. the city. Prices right.
No,. 5-Several cheap lots near high
school building. Build a cottage
and raise -your children in dad dad-,
, dad-, dy's house. ', :.
Noi. 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 two-i
i two-i story housep all conveniences
corner lot, nice shade and near in.
Price only ......... .V $1,500
Wounded Veterans Learn Farming
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WAY OF A WOMAN
By MARIE RYAN.
Wounded veterans of the great war are bein;; trained in asriculture at
the New York State Institute of Applied Agriculture at Fanningdale, L. 1.
This photograph shows a few f the-'vets with a 1 a!y ti-actor drawing a plow.
MAKES IT EASY TO ROLL
Contrivance x Should Do Away With
; Much Work Where Quantities of
Water Are Needed.
s - M
Quantities of water are sometimes
needed where there Is none, and to
carry the amount required In buckets
would be a troublesome job. Popular
Mechanics Magazine prescribes the
device shown to overcome the diffi-
In Brittany widows caps, among me
peasantry, are yellow. In China the
mourning color Is white, so that the
Canadian fashion of using a white
cloth; napery ami appointments, ap appears
pears appears to a Chinaman much the same
as It would to us were the colors
, Peculiar Justice Courts.
Sir Horatio Lloyd, long recorder of
Chester, once finished hearing a. case
at law in a railway carriage. But he
was not the only distinguished jurist
who performed his. Judicial duties
wherever he chanced to be. An ap application
plication application for an Injunction was once
made to Justice Stephen while he was
driving in a cab along Piccadilly in
London. Eng., and he. granted it.
Device Lessens Labor.
culty. As will be readily seen, the
construction' is very simple; a cross
Is nailed to each end of the barrel,
in thet centre of which are fastened
n -nine fiance and a short lenerth of
pipe which fits a hole in the rear J
end of the shafts. Besides serving
its original' purpose as a water
carrier, it also makes an excellent
roller. when filled with water.
Baby Unhappily Named.
The baby born to the grand duchess
of Luxemburg has been christened
John, a' most unhappy name fof royal royalty
ty royalty to bear. It was a John of Luxem Luxemburg
burg Luxemburg who fell at Crecy and whose
crest of three feathers was "adopted
by the "Black Prince" of Wales; this
John was blind.
Throws Scare Into Topers.
Whenever a man is arrested for
drunkenness In McKees Rocks he Is
persuaded to sign the pledge by the
chief of police. However, if a victim
needs "real persuasion" he is taken to
the terror cell. In vhlch are six live
Mexican snakes six feet long. The
snakes are' quite harmless, although
they are terrifying in appearance.
Awakaned from a drunken stupor he
sees hi3 cellmates and invariably "cuts
up some real didoes." to use the words
of the chief. A nicely scrolled pledge
hanging o.n the door bears the un unsteady
steady unsteady signatures of several dozen
"old-timers' who have passed the
night in the "terror cell and awak awakened
ened awakened there the next morning.
More Like Work.
"Is gelf your favorite diversion?"
"No," replied Mr. Gadspur.
'But you play qqite often?"
"Exactly. I took up golf under the
Impression that It would be my favor,
ite diversion, but I have since discov discovered
ered discovered that it is about the hardest thing
I do." Birmingham Age-Herald.
, Never Lost His Baby Teeth.
A man with, a baby's teeth died
recently in RIsca. Mont. The man
was twenty-two years old. but had
not changed his baby teeth, and had
a double row of front teeth. He died
suddenly from natural causes. ;
Had Nothing on Him.
She (with magazine) This article
says tint the emperor of Japan has
ten men to carry his umbrella.
. He That's nothing. I'll bet twenty
men have carried mine. Enid (Okla.)
Black is. not mourning in all coun- j
tries. In Persia the mourning color
la Dale brown. In Turkey. It is violet ; j
Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with a f ound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
Can arrange to carry part of pur purchase
chase purchase on each of above properties.
Those -of experience say Ocala prop property
erty property will go up. Hence, buy now.
(Jail or phone
F W. DITTO
Arrival and departure of passeneei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule hjures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
an teed. ' V:
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jackscnvine-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1 :50 prr.
.4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrshrg 4:05 prr.
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
l:0pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. K.
2:27 am Jackson ville-N'York 2:33 un
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gaii.sville 3;24 pm
6:2 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:f.3 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
S:!4pm SUetsbrg-Lake!and 1 :25 pm
7:10 am Dnn.nellon-Wilcox
7:il5ara Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:110 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 air
MoIav, Wednesday. Friday.
' Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
rtvs, k-v Iluthey Jeimiiis. famous cniiss-eating former lealer of the
Detroit Tic:er now assistant to Muirgsy McGrasr of the Giants, and Tris Speak Speaker
er Speaker of si worid's h.-impion Indians.
IhHi'r tl.ew or your healih will suffer. Is the warning Issued to British
atWeres by -cil.ns I.oixlon sfecia!its, following the news that a famous foot foot-barer
barer foot-barer lts;s l.rui t uiMl-'rgrt two opeiations for a mysterious gland swelling.
The T.c. rs f:id that the cause of the fcotbalier's trouble was chewing
sriass uu 'iii': ram. This practice resulted in the swallowing of a parasite
a'!". TL !'sand of cattle as a result hae to be destroyed a
Yquent gland swelling.
at i c::s
't i f tt e
xne girl at the piano In the wide
hail jingled out one .little ragtime air
after another. The admiring group
about her grew larger s the "guests"
drifted in twos and threes out ofi the
dining-room after the mid-day meaL
Those who were not attracted, to the
piano dropped into seats either in the
hall or on the piazza.
A youth in white trousers and blue
coat was pointedly attentive to the
pianist. The smile of thanks she gave
him was perfunctory. Occasionally
she turned and looted through the hall
to the far end where another young
man was sitting, pretending to read a
newspa'per while he admired her dis discreetly.
Rene Courtemanche thought she was
very fascinating. But these people
appeared to him as the American mid middle
dle middle class. Though his perceptions and
prejudices wen foreign French he
was not without lights on the United
States before he arrived there. His
mother was an American of some for fortune
tune fortune whp had married a Frenchman
she had met at Nice.
Rene was wounded at the beginning
L of the war. The wound, although
healed, was' troublesome, and Rene
could, not return to active service. At'
the sugcesyon of his grandmother,
with, whom he had lived since .his
mother's death, he had come to the
United States for his health.
The young man was not cordially
received on his arrival In New, York
by bis mother's people. He remained
there, however, for a few months as
an onlooker of American life.
From New York he went to a little
bathing beach In Maine.
He was hopelessly at sea about the
girl at the piano who showed such a
flattering Interest In him.
A few minutes later the girl solved
the question by walking over to him
"There's a balJ game this afternoon.
I and my lady friend are going. Will
you accompany us? Itll be some
Not knowing what else to do, Rene
Much to his surprise no one noticed
the affair. He concluded that It was a
mere Incident of summer hotel life.
Rene lost no time, but began to com compliment
pliment compliment her. "People must always be
wanting you to do things. You are so
"Yes, I guess I am. Everybody says
Rene knew nothing about baseball,
but 'she knew a great deaL and he
found It pleasant Just to listen to her
explanations. Shewas'not disposed
to tn'k about her home life, but inci incidentally
dentally incidentally mentioned that she came from
It was not until, the evening after,
when they were on the beach, that it
occurred to her to say : "My name is
Louise A ; what's yours V
Somewhat self-conscious, he mouthed :
His regret that Louise's vacation
was so near at end took him by sur surprise.
Rene the next morning found him himself
self himself going on board the steamboat,
carrying her bag and coat He Intended
to go as far as Portland, and there
put her on the train for Lowell.
Louise had agreed to linger in Port Portland
land Portland till the last train, so that ber
"lady friend" might enjoy a little long longer
er longer the company of the young man who
was with her.
Rene and Louise, by taking a walk,
missed this last train. It bad gone,
carrying away the "lady friend."
Louise, astonishingly calm and serene,
sent a telegram to her home, and then
went to a hotel. Rene left her before
they got there. He finally concluded
it his duty to remain under the same
roof with her.
They spent a pleasant evening to together,
gether, together, which aroused Rene's consci consciousness
ousness consciousness of his being deeply In love
with her. Furthermore he realized
', that he was placed in acute obligation
to Louise. x Was he not spending the
night in the same hotel with her? This
oblication took the shape that he
ought to marry her.
He had quite decided to marry her
by the time he met her at breakfast.
Glancing over rather anxiously at
Louise eating her breakfast, Rene
"What is your mother like?"
"Mother? Oh. well people say I'm
The proposal followed.
-"Well. -I'm sorry." she aid,,"but I
can't. What do you want to marry
4Tm dreadfully In love with you.
Besides that, you can't go back to
Lowell alone without doing yourself
an injury. People will think"
"People -nothing V she interrupted.
"Listen here. Tm engaged to Elwin
B that boy you saw at the hotel."
She twi'ted a small ring on ber finger.
"He gave me this. He's awfully smart.
We're going to marry at Christmas,
rn teU him you proposed to me.
w'on't he laugh?"
Rene returned to the island that
night and walked slowly up to the
hotel. It was raining, and, he stood
for a moment on the piazza, staring.
Into the hall. A girl at the piano was
playing the same little rag which
Louise had played so often. By the
side of her, Elwin B was holding
the music on the lectern.
It was too much for Rene. He went
to another hotel and before going to
bed wrote a letter to engage a room
on the next steamer for Europe.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida
44' I r 1199 Trv It if is a hard irhrrt t1nr
as good as any and less in price
UNEEDaS and all former O
10c pkga. Crackers. . O C
Three packages OH OH-for
for OH-for ZUC
All former 20c pkgs.
four cans for
per bar I
4 Octagon Soap,
, three bars for.....
per dozen .........
Cherry Bell Flour QC
24. lb sack...... Vl00
Saueris Self -Rising Ofl
24 lb sack )JUOU
snate Coffee, Q 1 1 A
three pounds for. Vlw,
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins...'.
One pound of
two pounds for.
two cans for. ......
Virginia Dare Wine, s f J"
large, per bottle.... DOC
Virginia Dare Wine, AClr
small, per bottle xUC
Reddick Peanut Butter nn
per pound....' OUC
Evaporated Milk, s rjr
large, per dozen. ? X U
small, per dozen....
One dozen packages
Argo Starch ,.
Pint jars or
Syrup drawn from
barrel, per gallon..
Pcriaa Feed for Cows, Chickens and Horses. Fret Delivery
OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT
PO Touring Cars
litlDU Speed Wagons
Fall Line of GOODYEAR Tires
EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
Bicycles and Supplies
Fort King Ave. & Osceola St.
J Meats and
See for yourself, vchat yon are getting in
the meat line. Come in, look through cur
refrigerators, see our meats, the manner
in wHch they are cut and handled. The
more you see of our goods the stronger
your determination to let us serve you.
Our prompt delivery is also a feature
worthy of your consideration.
LEST YOU F0REGET
Hats Cleaned, Block Blocked
ed Blocked and Remodeled
Just around the corner in that
busy little shop
THE ROYAL CLEANERS
IS E. Ft. King Ave.
F John Melin, The Hatter
THE WMPSOM EOH
n the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room servies. i
second to nous -..
ROBERT fL MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
CCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1921
-JPll JMk J- m.
FdPi? TMs Week
FRONT OR REAR
Ask for prices on other Ford Paris
: When you want your house,
furniture, stocl or goods of
any kind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and gfet full
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell.
,J. H. CRAMER
P.O.Box 349 Ocala, Fla.
Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
OF THE STOMACH
gJpU CANT ENJOY LIFE
with a sore, sour, bloated slom slom-ach.
ach. slom-ach. Food does not nourish.
Inillead it is a source of misery, causing
pains, bflching, di77inf aad Kead Kead-acltes.
acltes. Kead-acltes. J. -
Q TLe person with a hzd stomach
should be satisfied with nothing less
than permanent, lasting relief.
Q The right remedy will act upoa the
Enlrtgs of the stomach, enrich the blood,
aid in casting out the catarrhal poisons
am! strengthen every bodily function.
J The Iarp number of people who
n haire su'-xessfully used Dr. Hartman's
famous medicine, recommended for all
catarrhal conditions, offer the strongest
possible endorsement for
X SERVICE FIFTY YEARS
TABtCTS OR LIQUID
Points of a. Star.
Most of us, if asked how many
joints a star should have, would say
five, and cite the Star and Stripes as
proof; but the director of the United
States mint has corrected this mis misapprehension
apprehension misapprehension in answering an1 inquiry
on the subject. He calls attention to
the fart that the stars on the great
seal of the United States and on the
seal of the President are fire-pointed,
but this t the stars are six-pointed on
the seal of the house of representa representatives;
tives; representatives; and further to the six-pointed
stars on the obverse of the half and
quarter-dollar coins and the five five-pointed
pointed five-pointed stars on. the reverse. The re reverse
verse reverse of these coins is -a copy of tht
great seal with the clouds and stars
omitted. So far as known, the six six-pointed
pointed six-pointed star comes from copying the
colonial coins made after the manner
of English heraldry, which sanctions
that star.""" The stars ou the flag are
copied from the Washington coat-of-arms.
Clock Tells All Times.
A new (Jermaii clock-that records
all kinds of things besides time arousei
the inlerest of Consul lirved at Prague
to such an extent that he wrote the
Comrieive department all about It.
He saw t at a fjur and said it would
tell the serunrt of the minute, minute
of the hour, hour of the, day. day of
- the wt-ek. v e-k of the tr.onih, month of
the year se?,sn of t! e ytar. position
of the stars ami t lie. exact iMsition
of the, earth ;n its orbit, all for the
ftrttilnr'. cost .( ."MKX 'Austrian rowns.
"4. -L Mt.
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WAS FIRST CIVIL MARRIAGE
Union of Edward Winslow and 'Susarv 'Susarv-naAWrrfti'in
naAWrrfti'in 'Susarv-naAWrrfti'in 1621 Seta Precedent
In New World. v
May IZ, 1621, the first English mar
riage in. New England was performed.
The principals were two of the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower passengers. The bride wa
Susanna White and the groom was
Both contracting parties had been
recently bereaved. Susanna came to
Plymouth as the wife of William
White. He was one of the Pilgrims
.who' died the first winter.
A month after Susanna White was
left a- widow Edward Winslow lost
his young wife, Elizabeth, whom he
had married about two years before
the great voyage. The marriage ol
the Widow White and the Widower
Winslow occurred less than" two
months after White's death.
, It was probably the firs civil mar marriage
riage marriage In the New World, says the New
York Herald. -GovernosBradford wan
in favor of the civil marriage. It was
thought, he wrote in his history, "most
requisite to be performed by the magis magistrate,
trate, magistrate, as being a civil thing, upon
which many questions about inheri inheritances
tances inheritances doe depende, with other things
most, proper to their cognizans, and
most consonante to the scripiurs, Itutli
4, and no wher found in the gospell
to be iayed on the ministers as a part
of their office."
The matter xof civil marriages
played a painful part In Winsiow's
life 15 years later, when, as governor
of the, colony, he went to England to
pAead Plymouth's cause. For preach preaching
ing preaching and for performing civil marriages
he was kept in prison four months, tie
having stoutly maintained, against the
ar':l bishop of Canterbury,' that lie
found nowhere in the Word of Uud
that "mariage was tyed to ministne."
Two children were born to the prin principals
cipals principals of his first marriage in the
New World, and one of these Josiah
Winslow, became almost as famous
as his father, being elected governor
of Plymouth colouy a few years after
his father's death.
Historic Order Revived.
The historic Order of the Sua, cre created
ated created as "an eternal institution" by
Gen. Jose de San Martin during the
aristocratic regime of early Peruvian
independence, has been revived under
supreme decree. Gen. Simon Bolivar,
one of the liberators of Peru, abolished
the order In 185 on the ground that it
"did -not conform with the basis, of
the political constitution of the re republic."
public." republic." Membership in the order, says the
decree just issued, may be granted
to .Peruvians, military and civilians,
wjio have "rendered themselves
worthy of distinction, .and to foreign foreigners
ers foreigners who have made patent their in interest
terest interest iu Peru. T"he President-of
the republic will be the grand mas master.
ter. master. ..' ;- -.
Several articles of the Order of the
Sun ate said to be identical to those
of the Order of the Cincinnati in the
M Fir rF1 i tfrr k w mil J$ wK- w0
If you liave and society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Thomas friends
are congratulating them on the pur purchase
chase purchase of the house on the corner of
Watula and Adams streets, occupied
by them ior several years." It is a
most desirable place and an attractive
and comfortable home. The property i
was formerly owned by Mr. E. W,
Davis, now of Orlando.
Several exceptional karerains in
) rugs and art squares if sold at once.
j Theus Brothers. Phone 19.
A rnnno t Vines xhn kov, i
the city to attend the golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Yonw tomorrow, are Mr Cltn M.
j and daughter, Rossie, Mr. and Mrs.
Laurie Yonge and Miss
Yonge, alJ of Jacksonville.
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
; Street "Market.
Mrs. Gr'E. Miller has returned to
? 1 V -r .
t ner.nome in Jacksonville, alter a brief
i pleasant visit at the home of her
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. 31.
Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brother?.
Phone 19. 23-lm
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lucas returned
yesterday from a pleasant two weeks
visit to New York city.
Buy -jrotir bread at the U-Serve
Stores. Large loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One east and one west
of public square. 5-6t
Messrs. Otis Green and Harold
Klock are expected home tomorrow
from a summer spent in New Hamp
shire at the Klock camp. These young j
men will attend the University bf
Florida thin winter.
.lest our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. 11-tf
Mrs. Fred Hocker and son, Clifton
have returned from a pleasant three
months visit at Elizabetht'own, Ky.,
with Mrs. Hocker's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Montgomery.
There's no extra charge for clean clean-;ng
;ng clean-;ng your fish at the City Fish Market
Phone 158. tf
Mrs.-George McKean, after a shot,
visit in the city at the home of her
parents. Julge and Mrs. W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, will leave tomorrow afternoon
for her hoir.e in Tampa. She will be
joined by her husband and daughter,
Marie, who are returning from a
visitto New York city, Vermont and
other places. Miss McKean will return
later for a visit with her grandpar grandparents.
ents. grandparents. Our yard will be closed Monday aft
ernoon, Sept, 5. R. H. Todd & Co
: J tily decorated with pink and white
Mrs. H. C. Jones and daughter, ) crepe myrtle. The hostess' mother,
Miss Mary, have returned from Porto assisted by Miss Ruth Parrish and, Al Al-Rico,
Rico, Al-Rico, where they have been for the lcyne Rogers served the guests with
past three, months, visiting Mrs. jpnk and white cakes and cream.
Jones' son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Tiacker.
Just arrived, celery, string beans,
okra and avocado pears at the Fort
King Confectionery. 2-3t
Mr. George Hurd of West Palm
Beach, is visiting his friend, Mr. F.
W. Cook and family for a week. Mr.
Hurd and Mr.
Cook are friends from
Jut arrived, celery, string beans,
okra. and avocado pears at the Fort,
King Confectionery. 2-3t j
The Star is glad to say that Mrs.
James Nicholas is steadily recovering'
from her long illness.
AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
The friends in Ocala of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier have received the
following invitation to attend the
celebration of the twenty-fifth anni anniversary
versary anniversary "of their wedding: ;
1896 1921 :
Mr. and Mrs. John Andre Bouvier
Friday evening. September ninth
from eight to ten o'clock
No.' 2118 Silver Street
John Andre Bouvier.
Ella Marshall Richardson.
Mrs. Bertha Carroll and
Miss Merris Carroll and
Lellman of St.- Petersburg, motored to
f 1 A, 1 A. A. A J iL 1 1
ywieruay 10 anena uie goiaen
i f Mr and, Mrs. R. E. Yonge,
; which will take place tomorrow at
lneir nome- Mr- ana lrs-
keep open house all afternoon and
jmany, for they are among our best
land oldest citizens. Nearly all their
I chiIdren and grandchildren will be
present 10 ceieorate xne event.
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Deputy Sheriff Walter Perkins,
who has been ill for some days, is able
to be out again.
Buy your bread at the U-Serve
Stores'. Large "loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One east and one west
of public square. 5-6t
Mrs. Jessie Alsop and mother, Mrs.
Palmer, accompanied by Mr. Geo. T.
Maughs, left this morning in the for former's
mer's former's car for Clearwater. Mrs. Alsop
and Mrs. Palmer spent the summer in
North Carolina and en route home re remained
mained remained several days in Ocala, guests
of their brother and son, Mr. W. M.
Buy your bread at the U-Serve
Stores. Large loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One east and one west
of public square. 5 5-6t
Miss Elizabeth Davis has returned
home from a three weeks' visit at
Langley- Field, Va., the guest of Mrs.
You are going to buy atr HAR HAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' HAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be be-cause
cause be-cause there youH save money. 807 S.
iLime St. ; 27-tf
ilrs. R. G. Blake is at home again
after a four weeks visit with her son-in-law
and daughter Mrs. C, W. Ef Ef-finger,
finger, Ef-finger, at West Palm Beach.
Mrs. A. M. Perry, who is now mak making
ing making her home in Miami, As in the city
for a several weeks' visit with her
daughter, Mrs. R. N. Dosh, and fam family.
ily. family. Little Miss Sarah Rogers entertain entertained
ed entertained eleven of her friends on her
eleventh birthday at her home on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue Saturday afternoon.
Games were enjoyed on the lawn and
then refreshments were served' in the
) breakfast room. The room was pret-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Rogers and
daughter of Savannah, are in the city
visiting with their brothers and
father, Col. R. F. Rogers.
Dr. and Mrs. B M. Moodie. with
their son, Furman, have concluded a
vacation spent in Asheville and on
their return to Tampa are stopping a
few days in the city, guests of Col.
and Mrs. R. F. Rogers.
Mrs. T. P. Sheahan has sold her
home on Orange avenue and with her
daughter, Miss Ruth Parrish, will
leave in a few days for North Platte,
I This is a Studebaker year.-
Friends of Mi3 Evelyn Thompson
will be glad to Ieam that she has
sufficiently recovered from her recent
illness to go to Sanford where she
v-sll visit her sister for several weeks.
Mrs. Bessie Hammack, who was also
ill at the same time, is sitting up a lit little
tle little each day and it is the hope of all
her friends that she will soon be en entirely
tirely entirely well.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrin of Dade
City, left yesterday afternoon for
Gainesville, where they will be for a
week. Mr. .Merin will attend the
convention of county agents.
Dr. H. C. Dozier left this afternoon
for Orlando, having- received a phone
message this morning from his broth-er-dn-law.
Dr. Sylvan McElroy, stat stating
ing stating that Dr. DozieVs mother was
seriously ill at Dr. McElroy's home.
Friends of the family hope to hear
better news from Mrs. Dozier soon.
If she. improves.. Dr. Dozier will re return
turn return to Ocala Wednesday.
In Sunday's Times-Union appeared
a l&rge and very pretty picture of
Mrs. Virgil F. Bryant, formerly Miss
Lois Livingston of this city, whose
marriage took place in Ocala last
The friends of Mr. Kenneth Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay will be glad to learn that the
operation he underwent last Friday in
Atlanta was entirely successful and
he is recovering steadily from both
the operation and his recent serious
Now is the time to sow a number
of the flower seed for fall planting.
We can supply you from a FRESH
stock just in. Bitting & Phillips,
west side of square Phone 424. l8-tf
Uneeda Biscuit 1 cent per package
with a pound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers' Exchange
Mr. Nelson Geise of Palatka is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. L. W."Ponder.
a e ry ,r
n. uusaaiu mini itn X . lxuv
engooa, dated at Washington batur- j
day, said that "Port" had been in that j CATTLE WANTED Will pay ?8 per
town all day, but as it was- beginning i head for stock cattle. Box No. 1,
to look like President Harding wasn't j Fort McCoy, Fla. 31-t
going to send a car to take him to r ;
the White House, he -thought he would iD0DGE CAR FOR SALE A Dodge
go on north that evening. j tounnS r for sale at a bargain.
. jl v I Carroll Motors Company. 3-3t
Messrs. Fred Malever and Will- SALESMAN To cover local territory
ism Strothers spent the week-end in! seIIinff dealers. Guaranteed salary
Jacksonville. of $100 week for right man. The
M iss Rosalie Isaacs has arrived
irom Jacksonville to visit for some
time her aunt., Mrs. Joseph Malever.
She was accompanied by Miss Adeline j
Malever, who has spent the past week J
pleasantly with relatives in Jackson-.
Mrs. Blanche Allen is here fnm
Dade City, spending a few days
pleasantly with her "Ocala friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker have re returned
turned returned from a pleasant vacation in
Mr. E. Pancoast, district manager
jf the Providence Insurance Company,
end Messrs. E. M. Patten and C. F.
Lehman, all of Jacksonville, are here
looking over the prospects for a per permanent
manent permanent agency for their company.
Mr W. E. Temple will be their agent
for this territory.
UVO b C&W ill Cb O 4, II b UOUail Jf CllUa Willi
divorce at first sight.-Asheville
At least on-? pleasant reflection is
left the former kaiser and that is our
tax bill. Williamsport Sun.
A stainless steel has been invented
in Encland. Yar n finp tfcinr fnr a
rsfmn n rvi-ito ic ewi rw
land Plain Dealer.
New line of standard make bicycles
cn easy terms. B. F. Condon. 3-6t
This is a Studebake- year. tf,
POSITION WANTED As steno stenographer,
grapher, stenographer, clerk or cashier. Apply or
phone Ocala House. 31-t
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1918
model. Apply at O'Neil & Holly
CUTTING WOOD We have two
wood saws and can saw 3 our wood
on shDrt notice;. $1.25 four-foot
wood, $1.40 eight-foot wood. Phone
3o8. Mr. and Mrs.. D. N. Mathews,
East Second street. 30-61-
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. 11 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
TO RENT On Sept. 1st, five-room
bungalow with lattice porch, water,
lights and phone connections. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Robt. F. Rogers, at the pest pest-office.
office. pest-office. 30-6t
DRESSMAKING In all styles cf
women's apparel. Work guaranteed.
Five years with Helvenston's store.
Prices reasonable. Glad to have
former customers call as well as
new ones. Miss Lizzie Smith, 634
N. Magnolia St. 31-6t
I OST Monday, between Dunnellon
and Ocala, auto cushion. Return to
C. Y. Miller, Ocala, and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 31-tf
j FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. 206
! Richards Co., 200
1 New York N Y
if OR SALE Fine, large lot of about
two acres; good two-story, 9-rocm
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.
COTTAGE TO RENT For small
family, $25 per month. Apply to
D. Niel Ferguson. 3-tf
" I I I 1 1 I. ,1- Ml,, 4
PROPERTY OWNERS Does your
roof leak, need painting or repair-
ing? Let me give you an estimate
on your roof problem. 1 1 repair,
paint and apply all kinds of roofs.
No job too large or too small for
me. Charges reasonable. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction guaranteed. W. E. Dodd, 303
McgnoUa St., Phone 222, P. O. Box
We Paint Signs
In selecting November 11 as the
date tf the international conference oa
various matters, the allied powers.
u-uussf mma some recogm-
ticn of ths date on which Germany
t-gan to win the
Uneeda Biscuit lc.
junu 01 dujk cracjeers at reg-
uiar prices. farmers' JJxciiaEg&
store. v SO-lOt
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