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TE3IPERATUEES Ttia morn;:
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, .SEPTEMBER 1 0, 192 1
T'S DEST TO LET
it POLICE!!! I'll
A a Banch of Our Young 51 en Found
a MruggM! with an U nicer
Yesterday Afternoon r
There was a jrood deal of excite excitement
ment excitement and worry in town yesterday
aftternoon and evening when it was
learned that Julian Bullock, one of
our most popular boys, had been shot
by Policeman Bronson and that
Messrs. H. W. Tucker and Paul Sim Simmons
mons Simmons were ingredknts in the accom accompanying
panying accompanying mixup. The tension was re relieved
lieved relieved late in the evening when it be became
came became known that while Julian's
wounds were painful they were not
likely to prove dangerous. One ball
went went into his light arm near the
wrist, and the othj-.- struck him near
the base of his spine and worked to
the right. At prezent it is believed
that the wounds, while very painful,
are not dangerous.
To begyi at the b -ginning, the trou trouble
ble trouble seenis to have begun with" the ar arrest
rest arrest of .Mr. William Bullock by Po Policeman
liceman Policeman Bronson, for a minor offense,
several days ago. William has not,
so far as we have beard, made any
complaint to anybody about the ar arrest,
rest, arrest, nor asked anybody to interfere
with Bronson about it. ir""-
Policeman Bronson, who is on duty
at night, and sleeps in the daytime,"
says he was called by one of the three
parties over the phone late yesterday
afternoon, and questioned about the
affair. He replied' that he didn't want
to talk about it then, for his question questioner
er questioner to po to the lerk of the hotel on
whose request Mie arrest was made,
or wait until he (Bronson) went on
di-ty. The reply was that they were
coming to his ho;,se right away.
Bronson told them to come ahead, and
b?gan to dress, and barely had his
clothes on when they were at the
door. He said that it was his impres impression
sion impression that they intended to do him
harm, and so he armed himself with
his regular outfit- a revolver and
billy. He, says the men came swarm swarming"
ing" swarming" in. that they used rough language,
tho' his wife was in hearing, that he
asked them to leave, but instead they
closed in on him', that "he struck at
one with his billy and another caught
it. and then he let the billy go and
pulled his pistol; then : the whole
crowd jumped on him, trying to take
his gun away; that the pistol snapped
twice, but then the cartridges vbegan
to explode, and the crowd rolled off,
Julian being" the only man wounded.
He had two more shots in his pistol,
but seeing his danger wras over fore fore-bore
bore fore-bore to fire. Parts of Mr. Bronson's
testimony are corroborated by wit witnesses.
nesses. witnesses. Mr. Paul Simmons says that he and
Julian were with Mr. Tucker in his
shop and were talking about the ar-
'rest and were indignant over the re
port that Bronson had struck William
Bullock over the head with a billy;
that Tucker called Bronson over the
. phone, and asked him about it, that
Bronson said he didn't-want to talk
qver the phone but would talk about
the matter when they met. Mr. Tuek-S
et asked what was the matter with
his going to Bronson's house and talkr
ing about it at once and Bronson said
for them to come ahead. Bronson
lives in a house on Second street,
across from and a little east of the
Ford garage. Tucker, Simmons and
Pullock went to the house in a car,
but Bullock was on the back seat, and
Simmons didn't know he was in the
car until they reached Bronson's
house. On their arrival, Simmons
says, Bronson came out on the piazza
and asked them to come in. They
did so and sat on the porch, Tucker
nearest to Bronson and Simmons the
furthest away. Simmons says he had
Tip idea there would be any trouble,
, as the talk seemed to be peaceful
enough, when Bronson suddenly drew
his pistol and ordered his visitors to
leave. Tucker and Bullock jumped to
try to catch the gun, and after a
moment Simmons also ran in, trying
to stop the troublle.
Simmons says, they were all so
mixed up he could not tell- exactly
what anyone was doing, but he
thought Julian had Bronson's pistol
hand and was trying to hold it away
from everyDoay. suddenly tne gun
went off, two or three times, Simmons
can't say how many. Julian fell back
into- Simmons arms, saying "He's shot
me in the arm; 1 can't hold him any
more." Simmons then saw Julian
ha? another wound and was so busj
trying to help him that he didn't no
. tip what else the others did.
J;'r. Tucker says that Bronson was
in lis store yesterday, and they, had
g talk about the arrest cf William
Hillock, but nothing unpleasant was
saUr He corroborates Simmons about
the telephone conversation, their go go-in
in go-in F,ronsc.n3 : hauso. an:!, ebut
Bronson pulling his pistol on the
party. He says he jumped lor tne
gun for no other, reason than to keep
somebody from being hart.
Madison P. Bronson is a young
nian who came over here from Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton a few months ago and took a po position
sition position on our police force. Marshal
Gordon .and Sheriff, Thomas both say
hz has made a good officer. No matter
whose story of the shooting is cor correct,
rect, correct, he was in his rights, both as a
citizen and a policeman, in preparing
for an assault. What had gone before
would have looked scary to Any. man.
Any one of the three men who went
to see him yesterday was bigger than
re, and if he had badly wounded all
three no jury could in justice have
On the other hand, the Star would
be very glad to see the matter drop dropped.
ped. dropped. Bronson hasn't been hurt,' and
it isn't out of place to say that public
sentiment is with him. Julian Bul Bullock
lock Bullock is badly wounded and will suffer
for many days, and the ; ofcher two,
young men couldn't feel much worse
over the trouble if they were arrest arrested,
ed, arrested, tried and convicted. It is a
mighty safe bet they won't get into
such a scrape again.
TORNADO BROUGHT DEATH
AND DISASTER TO
: Port of Spain, Trinidad, Sept. 10.
A tropical storm of great violence
which struck Trinidad Thursday caus caused
ed caused two deaths and damage to ship shipping
ping shipping estimated at $150,000. Damage
from the storm, which was traveling
west by northwest, was confined prin principally
cipally principally to the harbor. It was the worst
storm within the memory of the old oldest
est oldest inhabitant.
SONGS OF SUWANEE RIVER
TO BE TRAIN SOUVENIRS
Atlanta, Sept. 8. Ten thousand
copies of "Way Down Upon the Su Su-Wanee
Wanee Su-Wanee River," the ever popular senti sentimental
mental sentimental song which has carried the
fame of Florida wherever the English
language is heard, will be distributed
by the Southern Railway system and
the Seaboard Air Line as souvenirs
cf the "Suwanee River Special," the
first through train ever run between
the Ohio river and the west coast of
Florida, which will be inaugurated
The "Suwanee River Special" will
run over the Southern between Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati and Hampton, Fla and over
the Seaboard between Hampton and
St. Petersburg, via Chattanooga, At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Valdosto, Hampton, Ocala,
Tampa and Clearwater, as a solid
through .train, and will handle thru
sleeping cars from Detroit, Cleveland,
Louisville and Cincinnati. This is the
short route between the territory
north of the Ohio river and the west
coast of Florida and the new train
service will cut the running time sev several
eral several hours.
The schedule of the "Suwanee River
Special" will be:
T,paVft Cincinnati 8:10 n. m.. Chat-
t 6:45 a. m., Atlanta 11:45 a.
in., Macon 3:20 p. m., arrive Tampa
b a. m., St. Petersburg. 8-: 30 a. m.
Leave St. Petersburg 8:30 p. m.,
Tampa 11 p. m., arrive Macon 1:40 p.
m., Atlanta 3:20 p. m., Chattanooga
8:50 p. m., Cincinnati 7:15 a. m.
UNION COUNTY WILL HAVE
(Associated Press) -Gainesville,
Sept. 10. Union coun
ty, created by the last legislature and
formed of part of Bradford county,
will stage its first birthday party
October 1st, when the fair grounds
at Lake Butler, capital of the new
unit, will be the scene of a barbecue I
and celebration held in conjunction
with the fair of the Swine Growers'
and Marketing Associatio nof Su Suwanee
wanee Suwanee and Union counties, and, the
proportions of which,. It is indicated,
will equal anything similar ever at
tempted in this section of the state,
Invitations to attend the celebra-
tion are being extended uovernor
Hardee,- Senator Trammell, Mayor
Martin of "Jacksonville and other
prominent Floridians, and it is ex expected
pected expected that speeches by these men
will be features of the occasion. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen beeves, 10 kids, 10 muttons, 10
porkers, a ton of ice, 50 bushels of
sweet potatoes, 1500 loaves of bread
and large quantities of accessories
will constitute the bill of fare, accord according
ing according to plans devised at a mass meet meeting
ing meeting of citizens at Lake Butler Labor
Day. A brass band also will be se secured.
cured. secured. ASM US BODY CUT UP
Chicago, Sept. 10. The dissected
body of Carl Asmus, an automobile
salesman who disappeared Thursday
with -Bernard J. Daugherty, whose
body was found in the Desplaines
river yesterday, was unearthed today
under the garage in the rear of the
heme of II. W. Church.
GOII TO FILL UP' 'Si AHTOHIO HAS
ALL THE CAPS;
Chairman Philips iays .Hamilton,
Columbia and Alachua Have Pro Pro-rided
rided Pro-rided Road Commission with
Sinews of War
(Special to the Star)
Lake City, Sept. 10. Columbia
county ha3 turned over to the state
highway commission 400,000, Hamil-
ten county, $ 300,000; Alachua has j
$310,000 ready nd Mnrion county has I
$500,000 ready. The tad gaps in road
No.-2 are in these. four counties. With
these gars hard surfaced, South Flor Florida
ida Florida and the entire state would have
the best highway in the Southl
FIFTY MEMBERS AND
Of the Florida Dairymen's Association
-Expect to Meet in Miami
... Sept. 20-21-
Miami, Sept. 9. Members of the
Florida -Dairymen's Association will
meet in annual convention here Sept.
20-21, according to advices received
by' the Vocal chamber of commerce.
Approximately 50 members; with their
families, are expected to be- in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. The organization is said
to have a membership of about 80
dairymen. Prelim inaryarrangements
for 'the" program of the dairymen's
stay here include visit s to local dairies
and motorcades to other places.
WILDCAT KNOWS HAWK
ISNT EOOD EATING
X Associated Press)
Miami, Sept. 9. Mt Stein, owner
of a poultry farm at Buena Vista, a
suburb. of this city, caught a chicken
hawk recently which he condemned
to death by "casting to the lion." Stein
has a wildcat in a cage at his place
and decided to put the hawk in the
cage with the feline, believing that
only a few feathers would be left to
tell the tale. The result was similar
to that when Daniel was cast into the
den of lions. The hawk and wildcat
must have been old acquaintances for
the cat paid little or no attention to
the fiawk and the two occupy the cage
in perfect amity with the hawk using
the back of the cat as a perch.
HOW THE BIG LEAGUE
BOYS ARE RUNNING
Chicago, Sept.-10. The individual
leaders in the major leagues up to
and including the games of last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday are: -
Horfie runs, Ruth, 54; National,
New York. 22.-
Hitters: American, Heilmann, De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, .403; National, Hornsby, St.
Stolen bases: American, Harris,
Washington, 26; National, Frisch,
New York, 47,
ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO
GET LANG FORD OUT
The name of Clarence Langford is
among those applying for a pardon at
the meeting of the state pardoning
board next week. All our people
who don't want this young murderer
tarned loose on society should write
to the governor or "Attorney General
Buford at once. -r
MAHDI TEMPLE MYSTIC
- SHRINE AT MIAMI
Miami, Sept. 9. Officials of 'the
Mahdi Temple, Ancient: Order, Nobles
o fthe Mystic Shrine, will be elected
tt a meeting today. Special dispen dispensation
sation dispensation was granted local Shriner8 to
organize the temple by the present
meeting of the imperial council at
Des Moines, Iowa. The second floor
of the Seibold' building, 228 W. Flag Flagler
ler Flagler streej, has been selected as tem temporary
porary temporary headquarters until arrange arrangements
ments arrangements are completed for the building
of a temple.
PIRATES BEAT OAK JUNIORS
The Ocala Pirates beat the Oak
jLhiors on-their diamond in a hard
fought contest. Drake for the local a-j
pitched a fine game, allowing his op
ponents only two bingles and four
runs, while the Pirates pounded
Griggs for four singles and six runs.
Thje game was called in the seventh
inning on account of darkness. The
Ocala players were Daniels, 2b; Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, ss; Meffert, 3b; Buhrman, cf;
LeSeuer, lb; Borland, c; Knight, If;
Broom, rf ; Drake, p.
Thi3 is a Studahaker year.
BEEN FL SvEPTi
Almost Entire City Swamped When
the River and Alazaa Creek
(Associated 'Press )
San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 10 Twenty-two
bodies, mostly women. and
children, were at the morgue at noon,
Estimates of probable loss of 'life
continue to be large, -the police still
Pacing it at 500. -' The property loss
is certain to be many millions. As
the waters recede workersare search searching
ing searching the ruined houses 4
DETAILS OF THE DAMAGE
San Antonio, Tex, Sept. 10. There
are six known dead and property in
the center of thecity was damaged
several million dollars by the flood
which swept San Anionio last night.
Estimates of the loss of life and
property damage were difficult early
today.; , "
Swollen by the heavy rains of the
l?st two days, the San Antonio river
and the Alazon creek overflowed into
the downtown business district, and
spread over an area of about twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four blocks:; At the office of the San
Antonio Express the water, reached
into thefirst floor at 12-45 and a few
hours "later telegraph and telephone
connections were severed. Over ten
inches of rain had fallen at 1 o'clock
this morning over Austin md all the
surrounding country with the storm
ma bated. The water in. the, vicinity
of the telephone building here was
12 feet deep.
Water f rem the San Antonio river
and Olmos creek, which wind through
the city, flooded the business .section
for many blocks to a depth of from 10
to 15 feet. San Pedro creek on the
west side of the city overflowed and
joined with the waters from the river
and swept through the southern part
of the city. The water was 15 feet
deep in the lobby of the Gunter hotel.
The power house will be out of com commission
mission commission two or three days. There is
only partial telephone service. The
water service will be cut off at least
24 hours. The street car servico will
b. cut off indefinitely.
Alarming reports of loss of life in
the valley of the San Antonio river
south of town are coming in but it
has been impossible to coinfirm them.
It is believe.- the greatestloss of lifeJ
J in the city occurred in the Mexican
district. Phil Wright, commissioner
of "fire and police, stated at 8 o'clock
this morning he believed the loss of
life would be high. Only six bodies
have been recovered so far.
The wires of the commercial tele
graph Companies went down early to
day and scores of persons anxious to
get word to the outside world that
they were safe came to the office of
the San Antonio Light and appealed
to have their messages sent over the
wires of the Associated Press, which
BANDITS GRABBED TEN
THOUSAND IN BONDS
Pulaski, Va., Sept. 10. Bonds val valued
ued valued at $10,000 and an undetermined
amount of cash were stolen last night
when robbers blew open the vault in
the Bank of Draper, at the town of
Draper, four miles from here.
IN SOUTH DAKOTA
Sioux Falls, S. D., Sept. 10. Two
men were killed at West Sioux Falls
aEd many small farm buildings were
destroyed in a tornado which struck
just outside of Sioux Falls city limits
bst night The towns of "Ollis, Hart Hartford
ford Hartford and East Sioux Falls ar reported
hard hit, but telephone and telegraph
communication is demoralized.
FLORIDA BOY TO BECOME
St. Petersburg, Sept. 10. Robert
Ashley, son of R. S. Ashley, of this
city, has been appointed by the navy
department to receive a university
course to equip him as an aviation in instructor.
structor. instructor. Young Ashley, who was one
of the fifty appointees in the United
States, will report at Carlstrom field,
Arcadia. After a month at that sta-
jtlon he will go to Kelly field, Texas,
thence to Los Angeles, CaL, where he
will enter the University of Califor California
nia California for a four and one-half year's
course. At the end of his first year's
training, he will be commissioned a
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-Ct
Pershing Will Carry the Congression Congressional
al Congressional Medal of Honor to the Ua-
known Hero of France
, 'Associated Press j
Washington, Sept. 10. General
Pershing was ordered by President
Harding today to proceed to France
to present the congressional medal
of honor to the unknown' soldier hero
of that republic
FATTY ARBUCKLE IS IN BAD
Movie Actress -Stricken with Sickness
While Attending One of
. His Parties
San Francisco, Sept. 10 The death
of Miss Virginia Rappe, a Los An Angeles
geles Angeles motion picture actress, in a hos hospital
pital hospital here yesterday is being investU
gated by the police.' '-The girl- was
stricken while attending a party Mon Monday,
day, Monday, night in the hotel suite occupied
by Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle. An au autopsy
topsy autopsy -disclosed that death resulted
from congested lungs-superinduced by
peritonitis. The dead woman's stom stomach
ach stomach was removed for analysis. Ar Arbuckle
buckle Arbuckle said the girl had one or two
drinks and then -became -hysterical.
A Los Angeles report said that Ar Arbuckle
buckle Arbuckle and his attorney were en route
to San Francisco today. He -was
quoted as saying he"would assist in
ST. AUGUSTINE WANTS
TO PRESERVE FORT MARION
St. Augustine, Sept... 10. Federal
officials may as well try to change the
name of Arkansas as to take any ac action
tion action tending to diminish the historical
value of Fort Marion here, according
to persons interested in the recent
recommendation of Secretary of War
Weeks that the fort be abandoned as
a war department charge.
x Vigorous protests werey made
against Secretary Weeks' suggestion
and he replied with the statement
that Congress could make suitable!
provision for the maintenance of the
fort as a historical site, but that as a
military proposition it was worthless.
Immediately Florida's delegation in
Ccngress was urged to have Congress
enact provision for the life of the
Now, the city commission, fearful
that the historic relic might fall into
the hands of private parties who
would use it for commercial purposes,
has requested that the fort be trans transferred
ferred transferred from federal control to the city
of St. Augustine. Adequate provis provision
ion provision would be made by the city for its
maintenance, federal officials were as assured.
sured. assured. The city commissioners "have
written Gov. Hardee and various
civic and historical bodies throughout
the state asking that their influence
be exercised to bring the fort within
the charge of St. Augustine.
The fort was built by the Spaniards
and came into the possession of the
United" States with the acquisition of
Florida. The fundamentals of the
structure have been kept virtually in intact
tact intact to the present day and afford a
striking lesson in the strides made in
warfare during the past century. The
Spaniards considered the fort impreg impregnable.
nable. impregnable. It could-probably be demol demolished
ished demolished with a persistent six-pounder
of today. Y
Of the notable historical personages
around whom center many narratiyes
to winter tourists Geronimo and Os Osceola
ceola Osceola are most prominent. The for former's
mer's former's name is linked with the history
of the fort" because of his not having
sojourned there, according to the
caretakers who say that the impres impression
sion impression prevails generally that he was
confined to the fort, and almost in
variably they have to explain to in inquisitive
quisitive inquisitive visitors that he spent his
days of incarceration at Pensacola. A
controversy at present centers- about
usceoia. over tne treatment ne re received
ceived received incident to his capture by fed
eral troops. A highly cultured and
refined Seminole chief, history records
him as having been taken under a
flag of truce. No brief seems to be
held out for Geronimo. He was the
bandit type, operating- in the west.
Following Osceola's capture he was
confined in a "cell" with two of his
chief tians. These two Seminoles, the
story goes, so emaciated themselves
as to be able to squeeze through the
iron bars in an effort to .escape. Os Osceola
ceola Osceola is credited with "having refused
to take advantage of this scheme, say saying
ing saying he had been placed there by Unit United
ed United States troops and these troops
must set him free.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
In Silver and Blue Springs It has the
Largest Water Gushers in
Every now and then someone rises
to state that he has discovered
springs that are larger than Silver
Springs. There are a number of
springs in Florida and elsewhere in
the United States claiming to be the
largest. The fact remains, however,
that the United States Geological
Survey records show that Silver
Springs are the largest in the country
and that Blue Springs are" the second
- Recently the Weekiwachee Springs,
in Hernando county, were put forward
as being larger than Silver Springs.
According to the records of the state
geologist, Mr. Herman Gunter, the
Weekiwachee Springs were gauged
in 1917. by Mr. Warren Hall of the
United States Geological Survey, in
company with Dr. Sellards and Mr.
Gunter. At that time teh springs
were found to have a volume of flow
of 145" second feet, or 65,100 gallons
per. minute. '.
Silver Springs was gauged by Mr.
Hall of the geological survey on Feb February
ruary February 27th, 117, and the discharge
was .674 second feet, or 302,000 gal gallons
lons gallons per minute. The figures for Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs "were lower than those
formerly recorded. As Mr., Gunter
pointed out, this is explained by a
prolonged drouth. Although it is not
generally known, it is a fact, says Mr.
Gunter, that our springs vary in vol volume
ume volume of flow due to seasonal variations
of rain falL s
BAD SPECIMEN OF A BEETLE
Foraging, in Georgia and Threatening
to Invade Florida
A Associated Press)
Gainesville, ept. 10. the state
plant board and Florida Agricultural
Experiment Station officials are great greatly
ly greatly concerned over the discovery of the
Mexican bean beetle at Thomasville,
Ga, not far from the Florida line.
This insect attacks beans and peas
and recently has also been found
feeding upon beggarweeds and velvet
beans. It is a native of Mexico and
lor some years haa been damaging
the "bean crops in New Mexico and
Colorado. Last summer it was dis discovered
covered discovered in the Birmingham section of
Alabama and investigations made
daring the present summer show that
it has gained a firm foothold in north northern
ern northern Alabama and adjoining sections
of Georgia, Tennessee, North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and South Carolina, and is caus causing
ing causing great loss.
The infestation at Thomasville now
covers about 16 square miles. Be Because
cause Because so many members ofthe legume
family are subject to attack, the diffi
culty of control by sprays under field
conditions, and the further fact that
the insect is a strong flier, the "Flor "Florida
ida "Florida authorities do not see much pors pors-pect
pect pors-pect Of excluding the pest through
CITRUS GROWERS WONT
RUSH THEIR SHIPPLNG
Miami, Sept. 9. Citrus fruit grow
ers of this section at a meeting in Co-
ccanut Grove last week agreed not to
pick or ship any grapefruit before
Sept. 26th, in order that they might
do as much as possible to prevent the
flooding of northern and eastern
carkets with green fruit. It was de decided
cided decided that all fruit picked Sept. 26th
should be thoroughly matured and fit
for shipment, testing "seven to one'
or better and half colored or better.
DISCUSSING WHAT IT
DID AND DIDNT?
t Associated Press)
Geneva, Sept. 9. Discussion of the
work done by the council of the
league of nations during last year
continued at today's sessions of the
assembly of the league.
CALM BEFORE A STORM
Madrid, Sept. 9. Calm prevails ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere in the war zone of Morocco,
aid an official statement issued here
FLELD WILL OPEN SEPT. 14
Tampa, Sept. 9. The new Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin aviation field here will be formal formally
ly formally opened Sept. 14th. Aviators from
Carlstrom field will be the thief per performers.
formers. performers. The visiting fivers will
j given a public reception, banquet ar.
BEE! I'M 0?
TP" :fTQp'!! ."'0
Even ia Captivity that Treachereas
Slip is Ever Ready to
Liverpoc, Sept. 10. A tremendous
explosion on the -former submarine
Deutschlani at Birkenhead, across
the Mersey frora Liverpool, killed
thre men acd injured three ethers to
day. It is possible that masy, ethers
perished. The submarine was being
dismantled at the time of the explo explosion,1
sion,1 explosion,1 which occurred in. the engine
room from an undetermined cause.
The DeutscLland was one of the sub submarines
marines submarines surrendered by the Germans
under the peace treaty.
Friday 12011112,? Sept, 5th, the pure.
sweet s'oul of Miss Gladys Holland,
second daughter cf Mr. and lira.
Barton Holland of Crystal River,
winged its unerring flight back To the
Maker who created it, and her poor,
pain-racked little body passed into a
deep, dreamless sleep which knows no
Miss, Holland, who-, was assistant
cashier of the Crystal River Bank,
had contracted scarlet fever about
three weeks before and tho ail that
medical skill and a devoted family
could do was done,, she grew weaker
and by the time the fever left her she
developed pneumonia and early the
tarl ythe next day the Master said to
her: "It is enough, enter thou into
the joys cf thy Lord."
vThe heart-broken family do not
grieve as do they who mourn without
hope, for Gladys was a consistent
Christian and a devout member of the
Baptist church, and they know ty her
beautiful life that she will be wait
ing at the beautiful gate, to welconae
each one as thty come and watching
any jjrayirf for those who licger be behind,
hind, behind, and it will be a long time before
this noble girl has been forgotten by
her young companions.
She leaves beside her father and
mcther, cne sister, Mrs. John Holder,
and two brothers, Mr. Claude Holland
and Fred Holland, all of Crystal
River. A Friend.
EXPERIMENT STATION ON
SHORE OF LAKE 'ALFRED
Gainesville, Sept. 9 Arrange
ments have been made for construc
tion of a residence for the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent on the grounds of the branch
cf the Florida Experiment Station at
Lake Alfred, in Polk county. The
station which was provided for by sn
act of the 1917 legislature, is to be
devoted entirely to citrus investigfj investigfj-tions.
tions. investigfj-tions. The legislatures of 1919 and 1921
made no specific appropriations for
the support of the branch and it must
be maintained out of the appropria appropriation
tion appropriation for the' mam station at Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, together with donations from
private sources. Up to the present
timethe citizens cf Polk county have
donated approximately $14,000 as
well as 84 acres of land for that pro
ILLINOIS NEXT TO NEED
VISIT FROM THE ARMY
(Associated Frwts) -Elizabeth
town, Ills, Sept. 9 Arm Armed
ed Armed quiet continued to prevail here and
at Rosiclare today following the
bea'sy rains yesterday which stepped
the threatened march cf striking min miners
ers miners on these two towns.- Deputies
continues to patrol-the roads and hold
bills and other points cf vantage.
v 1c. record. sale. Grand cpern 1
concert selections. With each re.
purchased at regular pricp, ;
another' record of the ssrr.e ',
a nadditional lc. See tie lir-:r i
elsewhere in this paper, B Gc! ,z.:-n.
It is now claimed that Turl-;:h
baths are unknown to the Turks. UU
there are other atrocities for v.kh
they are jastly to be blamed. Uor Uor-gantown,
gantown, Uor-gantown, W. Va, Post.
Bryan says that forty years in pol politics
itics politics have rr.aie him an cptimist.
What he really means is that his c-p-timism
kept him in politics for forty
years. Charleston Gazette. ;'
The report that Japan is soon to
have the two biggest warships need
occasion "no surprise, a3 they may .be
reeded in the disarmament of ths
Far East. Boston Transcript.
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DON'T ALWAYS STAY DEAD
We suppose some of our readers,
particularly those who belong to the
Presbyterian church and the Odd Fel Fellows,
lows, Fellows, remember a man named Turner,
who.dwelt among usjor about ten and
a half months previous to the last
Sunday in May, on-which "day he de
parted from bur midst, bidding all his
friends except his wife good-bye. As
there was not perceptible any reason
why he should leave $ that excellent
lady, who had married him only a few
months before, his friends, of whom
he had a number,could only come to
the conclusion that he had gone off
in a temporary aberration, forgetting
he had any wife,, This however was
partly dispelled in a few days when
Mrs.Turner received a postcard mail mailed
ed mailed in Jacksonville from him, saying
he was on his way to fill a good job
and would soon send for her.
The Star, like every other paper
twenty-five or more years oldis too
accustomed to having printers leave
suddenly to pay much attention to
such an event, that is the single men;
but the married ones seldom have
rroney to go further than Gainesville,
and become too fat and lazy to walk,
vSC this event was a two-days wonder.
.But it was beginning to slide back
into limbo when Mrs. Turner produced
a letter, purporting to be from Tur Turner's
ner's Turner's daughter, Pauline, in Wabash,
Ind., Baying her father was dead. The
account in the-letter was that Turner
on his way to East St. Louis, where
he was supposed to have a job stopped
in' Wabash to see his daughter, that
after-' being there a few. days he was
taken sick with- paralysis," and after
several days, during which he suffered
greatly, died and was buried, and the
little daughter, after weeping bitterly
and mourning, sent, the sad news to
her dear stepmamma.
The Star rather doubted this story.
For one thing, the letter was : very
poorly written for a schoolgirl of four
teen, and for another Turner had
shown one of the staff several letters
from his wife before she came to
Ocala, and the handwriting was sus
piciously familiar. For still another,
there was only sixteen or seventeen
days' between the time of Turner's de departure
parture departure and the arrival in Ocala of the
news of his death, and when one came
to figgei up all the young lady said
had come to pass in that time it really
looked like in the last days, funeral,
proper time for weeping and at least
three days on the road for her father
going and the letter coming, she had
made no allowance for lost motion.
It seems like the Stair crowd thought
Mrs-Turner wrote that letter herself,
to save her face, but none of them
told each other so until the other day,
when a telegram from the Employing
Printers Association : of Milwaukee
said Turner, was in that town asking
for a job, and could the Star recom recommend
mend recommend him. The Star wired back Tur Turner
ner Turner was a good printer, but "he was
dead, so the man in Milwaukeemust
be an impostor. It now looks like
Turner was not only alive, but un unaware
aware unaware that he ever had been dead, so
if if he was in Milwaukee the Star's
telegram must have puzzled him
The matter might have dropped
there, but the young lady member of
the Star staff said her intuition told
her Turner was alive while one of the
btys, $io has read too many detective
stones said his intellect told himi
Turner was dead. They backed their! Prices right, terms light. They are
respective judgements. They didn't jrscw on display. Ccme-in and make
" bet' because that would have been your selection and pay while you
against the law, but the young ladyjwsar. E. Goldman. 10-tf
was to have a box of candy, if her -: :
judgment was the best and she was to j
They set inquiries on foot, or rather i
cn the mail service, and the young lady
found nothing to back 4ier intuition i
with. But the man knew where to go
or send for his" information, and it
Boon came against him."" Turner in indeed
deed indeed has a daughter, ; a nice little girl
imxig in Wabash, Ind., but he hasn't
died there or elsewhere, so far as the
The young lady has "her box of
candy and her defeated opponent is
ccnsoling himself with the belief that
the necktie would have been a red
oiie, and wouldn't have matched hi3
coor scheme anyway.
BOARD OF PCBLip INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction met
is special session Aug. 16th,. with W.
T. Gary, "chairman, C. R. Veal and A.
J. Stephens present.
Delegation from Fellowship asked
that high school pupils be transported
ifito Ocala. Action deferred.
V Trustees of Fellowship district rec recommended
ommended recommended that pupils from Emathla
school be transported to Fellowship!
As there were no strong objections,
recommendation was accepted accepted-Resignation
Resignation accepted-Resignation of Mr. Josiah Secking Secking-zt,
zt, Secking-zt, trustee of MarteJ school, received
It was agreed Jby the board with
trustee and supervisor of Dallas
shool to advertise for bid3-for sals"
of Dallas school house.
Bid3 for tearing down Marshville
school house and moving lumber to
Fort McCoy and doing all repair work
were opened and contract let Messrs
Gynn and Bewley.
Bids for transportation of pupils
cn the different routes were opened
and the following were awarded con-
Route No.. 1, Fori King to Ocala, P.
P. Hill; ?100; route No. 2, Cottage
Hill to Ocala, left open; route No. 3,
Sbady and Dunnellon road to Ocala,
left open; route No. 4, Pine Level to
Dunnellon, Fred Turner, ? 100; route
No. 5, Juliette to Dunnellon, left open;
route No. 6, Romeo and, pupils south
of Buck Pond to Buck Pond, Mrs. M
H. Nobles; $50; route No4 7, Emathla
lo; Fellowship, left open; route No. 8,
F'emington to Fairfield, left open;
route No. 11, Irvine to Mcintosh,-left
open; route No--11, Boardman to Mc
intosh, discontinued; route No. 12,
South Lake Weir to Weirsdale, left
open: route No. 13, Oklawaha to
Weirsdale, left open; route No. 14,
Mill Creek to Fort McCoy, E. Henson,
$115;. route No. 15, i Eureka to ; Fort
McCoy, R. W. Brinson, $105 j, route
No. .16, Burbank to Fort McCoy, E. H.
Miller, $75; route No. 17, Pine to
Citra T. J. Ferry, $75; route No. 18,
Griner Farm to Oak, Ralph Seiler,
$50; route No.- 19, Dallas to Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, I D. Proctor, $70.
No fjrl'ier business appearing the
board adjourned to meet inn' regular
session Sept. 6th, 1921. r.J
II. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
y IN DAIRY FARMING
Jacksonville, Sept. 10. Feeding
ds.iry cows is one of the largest prob problems
lems problems of dairymen so all dairymen
should attend the fourth annual con convention
vention convention of the Florida Dairy Asso Association
ciation Association in Miami on Sept. 20-21, to
hear Alf R. Nielson, superintendent
of. the Loxahatchee Farms, tell how
he, feeds and how he secured the state
record for milk production made' by
one of his cows which gave more than
12-000 pounds, of milk containing 700
ppunds. of butter fat, in twelvf
There will be talks on forage crops
and grasses and a trip to some of the
dairy fiirms to see how -. they are
operated, Tuesday afternoon being
set' aside for the inspection trip to
Jacksonville and some other dairy dairying
ing dairying centers will organize motorcades
for the trip to -Miami, and the mem members
bers members will stop at several dairy farms
in Palm Beach and Broward counties
n route to the convention, those
counties with Dade county' being re released
leased released from $ick fever quarantine and
having some of the best dairy cows
in the country. v
The women are especially invited
to- attend the convention.
Bring Your C nildren Up in
Give them room enough on
the lot so they are not com compelled
pelled compelled to play in the street.
Buy a large lot for little
Have a home with city con conveniences
veniences conveniences where you can
have a lawn, flowers, garden,
ornamental and fruit trees,
ASK ME AB 5UTIT
Holder Bl ck. Ocala. Florida
Ladies' coat suits just arrived.;
'In rTew York taking a
post grraluate eourse.
V. i;L anneur.ee date of re-
r .utfxv turn later:
! DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
" Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and btter
work for the money than any other
fr.tractor in the city.
This is a Studebaker year.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW I
10 a. m. Sunday school, Mr. Hynd-
. Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon. Subject, "Anchors."
All cordially invited. No evening
; Presbyterian -(Rev.
W. Ft Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL Mr- N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Christian Education."
" 7. p. m. -Christian Endeavor.
8 p. m. Evening worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "The Price of Seeing Rome."
A cordial welcome to alL
Rev. C. L. Collins, D, D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon
subject, '"Betraying Jesus Christ in
7 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Evening worship. Sermon
subject, "Why Does Not .God Kill the
'You will be missed if you are ab absent.
sent. absent. . .v
' C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.
11 a. to. Preaching. Subject, "The
Mission of the Church." John 17:18.
7 p. m. Ep worth League.
Subject, "The ideal meeting of our
league and how to make it real." Miss
Mayme Smedley, leader,
8 p. m. Preaching. Subject, "No
Room for Him." t
Music by young people's' choir.
All services in Temple theater.
Christian Science Society
' Room 5,Ierchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday .service.
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
- r t r"
Marion county, Florida, land has
I bt en highly praised by the greatest
(agricultural man of the U. S Luther
Burbank. The rich crops gives thee
Old lady will sacrifice herv-property.
Ten acres sauare, flat piece of land,
city limits Fort McCoy, and at Ahe
center of the town, fronting the Silver
Lake. "There are four lots together.;
Particulars f rm Grover Griffin's j
Real Estate Agency, Ocala, Fla. ltdw
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and. Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
.:. ls Ni .. '.l i -.IX
FRONT OR REAR
Ask lor prices on other Ford Parts
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc
movs, pack, ship
Open Air Services
EVERY SUNDAY EVENING
Tablets t Envelopes
- Boxes 25c to $1.25
.White and Tints
G. C. GREEN
I Opp. Marion Hardware
. Phone 435
Inks -, Pencils
When you want your house,
furniture, stock or goods of
any 'ind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get full
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell.
J. II. CRAMER
P.O.Box 340 Ocala, Fla.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE' MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
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
Vi -fcL ..i" :LS "U- l vi
y Jt Co.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
TOf fVr& 90?
Il iiElPlECi jS30
At the Close of Business Sept. 6th. 1921, as Called
for by the Comptroller of the Currency.
Loans' and Discounts.;
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation .
Other Stocks and Bonds.
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Cash and Due from Banks.....
Capital Stock ...7. 1
Surplus -.. .. :
Reserved for Interest and Taxes ....
Bills Payable against Liberty 6onds
NEEDBAM MOTOR CO.
Gasoline,, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
t We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
This trademark. Mamped in rtd
n the cue, identifies the WClard
Threled Rubber Battery..
F A C T.S
About Your Battery
Batteries will wear out
nobody can stop that, but
in a good many cases the
embarrassment would be
less if the owner knew his
battery had "6ne foot in the
grave," and was apt to die
any time. When anything
, like that happens we feel
that we have failed in our
effort to get your ear and
telhyou the facts the
condition of your battery.
One of our most import important
ant important duties is to tell you
whether you own a Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery
or not just how that bat
tery stacks up,
OC.LA STORAGE BAftEFY CO.
Phone 348 0CAM.HJL
THE WINPSOE HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service U
second to none
ROBERT AI. MEYER,
ADAMS; & MORRISON GARAGE
f Prompt Service
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
807 So. Lime
Kerosene, 5 gallons HCn
for I DC
Uneedas and lunch
biscuits, 2 for
Bo-Lo Peanut Butter 'ID-
1 lb. can.. ZOW
Campbell's Soups 111,
all kinds.. 112C
Lobby's sliced Pine- 7
apple, No. 2 can.. Ll
Tomatoes, No. 2, i ni-
per can iL2y
Franklin Golden 1
Syrup 13 w
Kingan's Crocus Z(n
Butter, per lh, DUw
Fine Irish Potatoes, (JZrt
per peck vDv
We sell Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, Boned and Rolled
Ham, Smoked Sausage, Minced Lunch Meat
and North's White Bacon.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be ,. found at HAEGBAVE3
Cash and Carry Store, 07 South Lime
P P. nirr
I'll' i I
ft b it
- $ 1,348,769.94
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Just ask us over the telephone to suggest
a cut of meat for your dinner. We
study your wants and our every en endeavor
deavor endeavor is to please you. This careful
srrvice, with our prompt delivery, is
tvhat has given us prestige in the Fresh
COOK'S MARKET & GROCERY
Cash and Carry
. Grocery .
St Plione 242
Kingnut Margarine, 2(r
per lb. uu w
Gold Medal Flour, oin
12 lb. sack ...... 03 C
Gold Medal Flour, 1 fa
24 1b. sack L0D
Omego Plain Flour, HJZn
121b. sack IDU
Omego plain Flour, 1 AC
241b. sack I Ad
White Ring S. R. nan
Flour, 12 lb. sack, lliw
White Ring S. R.
Flour, 24 lb. sack 1 .00
Ski-hr S. R. Flour, A
12 1b. sark OlIC
Ski-Hi' S. R. Flour, 1 i
24 lb. sack 1.19
Everythirg in the lir
niihlngs may te fev-?
nituie ex char, j--!
OCALA eyuxlsg stab,
SAVURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1921
Another lawn auction party took!
place yesterday afternoon at the home
ox rs xi 31211 in wnen ner Xit.vc,
Miss Christine Close, entertained a
rumber of her girl friends, some -of
whom will be leaving for college at
an early date.
There were four tables placed on
the lawn under the. large oak rees.
T"h. nntAnnr fathering at this sea-1
nn Af thp voar h?ive ? become' craite
popular aand the afternoon yesterday
proved pleasantly Cool and the rounds
of auction were unusually enjoyable.
There was a punch table placed in
s. shadv snot and the euests found
the cooling beverajre very refreshing, j
At the conclusion of the games the!
scores were taken and to Miss Mar-
garct Hocker, who held the highest
score, was presented a powder box.
Miss Jess Dehon received a similar
gift as the consolation p'rize. The
hostess,' her mother and Mrs. Martin
served pineapple ice -with whipped
cream and cake;
The following players were present, i
Misses Sarah and Jess Dehon, Clifton
Sexton, Cornelia Deaier, Callie and j
Lucille' Gissendaner' Elizabeth and
Ethel Home, Louise and Lourten
Pnf.nrr F-liValnfth and Marcaret
Hacker, Rhoda Thomas, Marion Mef Mef-fert,
fert, Mef-fert, Sidney Cullen; Mildred Crpsby,
Betty Cole, Lillian. Livingston, Mabel
Meffert and Elisatetn Bennett.
PARTY FOR MISS LANG
Miss Willie Mae" Lang, of Ocala, a
former member of the younger society
set of Gainesville, who is visiting in
this city, entertaineJ a large number
of her friends this-afternoon alf one
of the prettiest card parties of the
'season at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
V. W. Avera, on" East .University
The five tables of players were
grouped in the "spacious Hying room
amid a bower of golden rod and
colitis, carrying out the green and
geld color scheme. f
A week-end set -of Jonteel toilet
articles was awarded the winner of
high score, while thebooby prize con consisted
sisted consisted of a large stick of candy.
Miss Lang, assisted by her mother,
Mrs. I. L. Lang of Ocala, and her
aunt, Mrs. W. W. Avera, .served a
dainty ice course,
Just a few
cash and carry.
Irish Potatoes; per
li Onions, fed, per pound . . : 6c
. .I 1 1 .I i.
Onions, white, per pound . . 10c
h :. . ; : .. :
& Onions, large Valencia's, per pound . 10c
. ... i
j Cloverbloom Butter, per pound . ; 46c
Army Corn Beef Hash, pound cans . . 15c
, t ,
Hi Army Corn Beef, 2 lb. cans : r . . 30c
'hi Army Roast Beef, 2 lb. cans . x.' . 30c
. -. : "-'
f: Army Corned Beef, 12 ounce can, per can -; 17c
fx Cheese, per pound : ... 27c
' ' ' ;
j. ; ; ; : : : : : ; ; : 1 ;
U Maxwell' House Coffee, per lb. . . 38c
jj . ; ; ; ; ; ;
hS Compound Lard, per lb. ; ; v .13c
III v ' - . - '- .:
III Fancy Lemons, per dozen , 30c
:'( .. -'. "" '- ;
, 1 -' 1
y Fresh Stock Potatoe Chips, Shelled Walnuts in glass,
1 Shelled Almonds in glass, Shelled Pecans in glass
. ; ; ... ; .. ; ..
Pay Us a Visit and Get Acquainted. You Are
hi Under No Obligation tolBuy.
- , r 1 1 '
$ TWO ST ORES;
i iasi oi sfliare
ine "irue uue ciass 01 me,
Methodist Sunday school indulged in
. Ai-ua j i.svi.iuoj w c.
i Bluff now the property of Mr. Colby
i of Ocala.
I There were, nine in the party, going
j down at eight and returning at five,
jit was a "perfect summer day, every
moment of which was enjoyed t
fullest extent, resting beneath
I beautiful treeswalking along the;
j shady lanks and bathing in the waters j
! of the far-famed Silver Springs. .j
A bounteous .picnic lunch was
! spread, following by a business meet-
? irg,. in which the year's work was re-,
ported in full, j
It is the intention of the class to
j give a recital next Tuesday evening.
! As this is the last of the season, the
girls hops for a fine attendance. .Fro-
gram will appear later.
Yesterday afternoon winsome little
- Miss Agnes .Burford was the honoree
at an enjoyable splash party at Silver
Springs which her aunts, Misses Mary
and Agnes Burford, gave. About 3:30 ;
o'clock a number of the real young j
folks went out in cars to the springs, ;
i where they first enjoyed a dip in the
vater. Then the hostesses assisted feet" physically means a clean life
by Miss Eloise Henry served a picnic; and' a clean mind. Help the boys to
supper. It was after seven o'clock 'help themselves! -when
this happy party came to an If you wish to contribute to this
erd, and everybody expressed them themselves
selves themselves as having had. bushels of fun,
and the added, pleasure of knowing
litle Miss Agnes, who .is the daugh daughter
ter daughter and Mr. and Mrs. R. -A. Burford
Jr., of Birmingham, her father having
grown to manhood m this his old
USED FORD ROADSTER
One 1920 Ford Roadster with self self-starter.
starter. self-starter. Bargain. Mack Taylor,
Ccala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
Ladies' coat suits just arrived.
Prices -eight, terms light. They are
now on display. Come in and make
your, selection and pay while you
wear; B. Goldman. 10-tf
HP AT THE
Your Sawiiwis Account
items for your special benefit if you
: - ;
pound 4c, per peck
"--....' :'::, ?
THE BOY SCOUTS
10 oe peneci in miaa, voay una
i soul is one of God's richest blessings.
j v ac isu ...
j Sunday schools, which are taking care
of the children in a
j Nowhere in Florida will you find a
better system of schools to develop
i But there is only one organization
in Ocala to take care of your' boy
physically. ;The Boy Scouts should
stand in the same class as the church
This winter, they are going into
physical development to as large an
extent as the age of the boy will
allow. For this work they need equip-
J ment, about $2000 worth, besides
'about $30 a, month to keep things
Monday morning the r boys will
start their ten-cent drive.. What mon money
ey money is raised in this way will go to towards
wards towards buying equipment for the. win winter's
ter's winter's work.
When they call on you, talk to them
about the scouts, find out from the
boys themselves if they think it is a
To be perfect physically is a big
step towards being perfect in the
other two important ways. To be per-
fund, and the boys miss you, drop a
card to A. R. Cassil at Ocala, and the
boys will come to see you? .-"
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one. dollar,
with -a dollar's worth of 'other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
RE-TIRE YOUR CAR
Fifty 32x3 & tires. Standard make.
While they last, $15. Mack Taylor J
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
Ladies coat suits just arrived.
Prices right, terms light. They are
now on display. Come in and make
your selection and pay while you
wear. B. Goldman. 10-tf
-We have the cloth for tough school
wearT FISHEL'S. tf
Q O O
West of Spare
MEETING OF WOMAN'S
AUXILIARY OF THE
Wednesday evening the 'members of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Mar
ion county post of the American
Legion held their regular monthly
meeting at the armory, with Mrs. R.
L. Anderson, president, in the chair.
-This meeting was one of the most
important and busiest the unit has
had, as on Nov. 1-3, at Kansas City,
Mo., there is to be formed a national
organization of the Woman's Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary of the American Legion. The
state of Florida is entitled to six dele delegates
gates delegates and as Ocala has one of the
largest and livest auxiliary units in
the state, it is privileged to. instruct
the delegates as to its wishes.
Soon after the American Legion
was formed in this country, it was
deemed advisable to have the mothers,
wives, daughters and sisters of the
legionaires organize for the purpose
of assisting the legion in all its en enterprises,
terprises, enterprises, especially in taking care of
the sick and wounded. Units here and
there in various Cities jand towns were
formed. Then the states began to or organize
ganize organize abo:t a year ago. Last "May
in, XJrlando, the state of Florida form formed
ed formed its state v organization, being the
second southern state to organize.
About three-quarters of th states in
the Union now being organized, their
representatives are to meet in Kansas
City and form a national organization
on the same lines as the national or organization
ganization organization of the American Legion.
At the state convention in Orlando
last May, the members of the Orlando
unit made themselves- known to all
strangers by wearing head dress
similar to that worn by members of
the Red Cross during" the war, with
the exception that where the cross
was on the white material the Orlando
unit had a gold star for those who had
lost a loved one in the-war and a blue
star for those whose loved ones' re
turned. This head dress was much
more effective in designating members
of the unit than badges would have
been and has since been adopted as
the official head dress and will be
worn by all members of the Woman's
Auxiliary when the unit" is perform
ing any work or service as a body.
One of the most important duties
which the auxiliary has been called
upon to perform is in connection with
the so-called "Clean Up Campaign."
This campaign is being carried on by
the bureau of war risk insurance for
the purpose of fully advising all ex-
ervice men of their rights under the
war risk insurance act and the voca vocational
tional vocational rehabilitation act and to also
assist ex-service men in securing
compensation, medical treatment and
hospital care and in settling all
claims. Ocala is to be the medical
center for Marion, Citrus, Sumer and
Lake counties. The clean up squad
will be here Oct. l-oth. As many of
the men who are in need of the serv
ices of the clean up squad live' in the
country away from the railroads, the
auxiliary will assist in getting the
men here and back home again and
help the men in every was possible
The Ocala unit was much pleased
last evening by having two new mem
bers join their forces, namely, Mrs.
fi. F. Watt and Mrs. T. D. Lancaster
The results of the picture, Flashes
of Action, which was given Aug. 31
by the Marion county post, were an announced
nounced announced and every one was pleased
that this enterprise proved to be such
a success. It is hardly over stating
the truth to say that the whole county
turned out, for -Main street from the
postoffice to the union station and all
vacant lots abutting were filled with
cars and the sidewalks with people.
The picture was not only instructive
but thrilling and many times the au
dience! was moved to enthusiastic ap
plause. During the picture very en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable music was furnished by Mr,
Needham's orchestra. This event was
one of the most successful that has
ever been hel'in Ocala and certainly
made one feel proud and happy to see
how splendidly the people of Ocala
and Marion county stood by the, boys
and helped them-"go over the top.'
In fact, Mr. Bishop, who brought the
picture here, stated that Ocala had
the most successful production he had
yet seen anywhere.
THANKS TO THE PUBLIC
On behalf of the American Legion
I wish to extend our sincere apprecia
tion for the wonderful interest and
support the public gave us in putting
over our picture, "Flashes of Action."
I especially wish to thank those
who assisted in selling tickets and
also who so generously donated the
use of chairs and electric fans; the
Murphy Motor Company for use of
its garage; Needham's Orchestra for
the splendid musical .program; Mr.
Snpell of Tampa, owner of the Meceo
theater here for use of his machine
and other courtesies shown by him to
wards the legion post.
Also, I wish to thank the two pa papers
pers papers here for their whole-hearted sup
port in giving. the picture publicity,
and the Chero-Cola Company for its
thorough and much appreciated ad
vertising of the picture. ;
C. W. Moremen,
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. wniTTLNGTON.
' THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM
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 beea 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 faithfully when you entrust
your business to this strong institution.
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All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Geo. MacKay S Co.
Ocala- Fla. :
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HIGH GRADE VaIPvT p
ttl!IXini2l2 til' U
- SEE ME FOR
Everything in 'the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
"The Stucco Man
N 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.
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
3 Large, two-story residence
with corner lot. Splendid locattion
on Oklawaha for apartments and
home. The price at which .this
property can be had will surprise
No. 4. Fine residence lots on South
Fifth street or Buclalew Ave.
Best in the city. Prices right
No. 5w Several cheap lots nea high!
school building. Build a cottage
and raise your children in dad daddy's
dy's daddy's house.
No. 6. If you want a real bargain as
an eight-room, two-story house j
u uvcicui VI uuuiCj uai
here in an v eight-room, two-
story house; all conveniences;
corner lot, nice snaae ana near m.
Price only ............... $1-500
Can arrange to carry part of pur
chase on each of above
Those of experience tay Ocala prop-
erty will go up. Hence, buy now.
F. W. DITTO
Several exceptional bareains in
rugs and art squares if soldat once
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
GEQRGE MACKAY & CO.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Continued Evidence of Propaganda, in country districts claiming that we are
no longer in the Undertaking Business, Necessitates our Emfilvtically 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 Licensed
sed Licensed Embalaiers, and our prices will be found the lowest.
Day Phone, 47 Night'Phone, 515
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OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF
t 'rv' "m -Oi -"m 'm
XOT1CK OF IXTELXTIOX TO
. -PT KOK LETTERS PATENT
i Notice Is hereby givetf that we. the
.undersigned, will apply to the sover sover-(nor
(nor sover-(nor of the state of Florida, at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Florida, on the 10th day of Sep September.
tember. September. A. D. 1921, for letters patent to
;ix tabued to MARION COUNTY
.CREAMERY COMPANY, under the fol fol-j
j fol-j lowing proposed charter, the original
Jot which is on file in the office of the
secretary of state of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at Tallahassee. Florida.
! JNO. H TAYLOR.
! 1L AY. HENRY,
j W. T. GARY,
f IL U SHEARER,
i J. C." JOHN SON.
j KATHERINE E. PYISS.
i Z. C. HERLOXO.
I !L R-Yi?OR JR.
I'roped Charter and Articles of Ia Ia-eirporatlo
eirporatlo Ia-eirporatlo of the Mariomi Ceaty
We, tho undersigned, do hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida, and do
hereby adopt the following proposed
charter and articles of incorporation:
-Xante aid of BailifM
The name of this corporation shall
b? .MARION COUNTY CREAMERY
COMPANY, and its principal place of
business shall be at Ocala. .Marion coun county.
ty. county. Florida, but it may establish such
other places of business as branches
thereof as the iboaxd of directors imt
The general nature of the 4uslnes
or 'businesses to be transacted and en en-gtiged
gtiged en-gtiged in 'by this corporation is:
a. To engraKe In a general creamery
business, buying- a.nd selling roil.
cream and all kinds of nailk and
crtim products; to manufacture
cheese, butter. Ice cream and all
other products of milk and. cream;
(c.) To boy, own. leases and sell all
kind of real and personal property;
(d.) To buy, own 'and sell patents,
patfnt rights and trade marks;
(e.) To borrow money. Issue -bonds,
note. or other obligations and to e e-cnre
cnre e-cnre the same by mortgages, deeds,
pradges or other Uistruments, 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
on the businesses of this, corporation;
(f.) Generally. to ds" any and all
things necessary-or convenient to the
purpose or purposes of this corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, and to have, exercise and enjoy
air-the rights, powers and privileges
incident to corporations organized,
chartered and existing under and toy
virtue of the laws of the state of
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be FIFTEEN
THOUSAND DOLLARS (115.000). to toe
divided Into One Thousand Five Hun Hundred
dred Hundred t-hares of the par value of TEN
DOUL.ARS J'0) 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 be fixed iby the board of
The term for which this. corporation
is to exist is ninety-nine years.
The .business of this corporation Is to
ne conducted by the following officers
' President, vice-president, secretary and
treasurer, any two of which, except the
offices of president and vice-president,
may be held by the same person, such
officers to be elected by the board or
directors; and by a board. of directors,
consisting of not less than three nor
more than nine members, to toe elected
by the stockholders.
The first meeting of the stockholders
of this corporation shall be held at
Ocala, Florida, on the 12th day of
September, 1921, for the purpose of ac accepting
cepting accepting its charter, adopting "by-laws,
electing officers and transacting such
other business as may :be necessary for
completing the organization of this
The following officers shall conduct
the business of this corporation until
those elected at the first meeting of
the stockholders and directors shall
I'resident,- IL W. Henry.
Vice-President, Katherine E. Pyles.
Secretary-Treasurer, H. L Shearer.
Directors: H. W. Henry, Katherine
E. Pyles, W. T. Gary, IL 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 May of each year.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
itself at any rime is Fifteen Thousand
j rxiiars (jis.ooo).
nm n ,n. of th. i.h
iscribers. together with the amount of
a me Iteidemwe Share
1 h. v. Henry, Ocala. 'Fla...
' I I T TarTnF rivals P"lal
J T- Qr. Fla.
H. L Shearer. Ocala. Fla
! Katherine E. Pyles. Ocala. Fla. ..
JJ C Johnson. Ocala, Fla
'z. C. Herlong, Micanopy. Fla
!L M. Raysor, Jr., Lowell, Fla....
i STATE OF FTvORIDA.
i COUNTY OF MARION
On this day -personally came before
-i me John IL rrayior. IL w Henry, w.
T Gary. IL I- Shearer, Katherine E.
Pyles. J. C. Johnson, Z. C Herlong and
L M- Raysor, Jr., each of whom Is to
me well known, and they ac-nowledg-ed
G. B. Overton, Manager
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-"m jmVi -O--,V". -O. O. -r. .O. --
to me that they stigmed the foregoing'
application for letters patent, and sub subscribed
scribed subscribed their respective names thereto
for the uses and purposes therein eel
forth and expressed.
-My commission expires on the 11th
day of March. A. D. 1323.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida, this the 17t day of Au Au-sruest.
sruest. Au-sruest. A. D im.
Seal) GLOVER W. MTIJr.E Ft,
9-3-2 t-Sat f Notary Puiiic,
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
Order for Constructive Service.
. It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: William L. Dorr,
be and he is hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complamt filed in
this cause on or before llonday, the
3rd day of October, 1921.
It is further ordered that a copy of
thi3 order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 2nd day of September, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit, Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin. D. CL
L. W. Duval.
Complainant's Solicitor. 9-3-5t-Sat
Ir. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancerv.
Title and Tax Search Company, a
Corporation Organized and Exist Existing
ing Existing Under the Laws of the State
of Florida, Complainant, vs. Fred
DeLeon Fields, et aL, Defendants.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Fred DeLeon
Fields and Verna Belle Fields, be and
they are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before Monday, the 3rd
day of October. 1921.
It is further ordered that a copy of,
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive wee3 in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper-nub-
lished in said county and stale.
ini3 nd cay of September, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster. Jr
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Euth Ervin, D. C.
F. R. Hocker,
Complainant s Solicitor. 9-2-5t-fn
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
R. S. Roeers. Complainant, vs.' 'Anna
B. Taylor, et al, Defendants.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Anna B. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Herbert .Taylor, be .and
they are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or bfore Monday, the 3rd
day of October, 1921.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 2nd day of September, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster, Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
F. R. Hocker,
Complainant's Solicitor. 9-2-5 t-fri
Arrival and departure of passer s-er
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule hrures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am JacksmiviHe-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pa
4:17pm r Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:C5 pm
2:55m N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:33 tm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pra
i:05pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am JacksonviHe-N'Ycrk 2:33 r ra
1:45 pm Jksonville-GaineviLe 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 nr
2:33 am. StJPetshrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pnT St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pta
7:10 am Dnnellon-V'ilcox
7:25am Dunellon-Lkeland ll:C3pa
3:30 pm' Homosassa 1:2 j fn
10:15 pm Leeurg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:53 am
. Moniay, Wednesday, Friday. -Tuesday.
OCALA 'EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Friends of Miss Adele Bittinger
will be sorry to learn: that she has
been quite ill for the pasti week. She
is improving now, however.
Crystal wax, white ; and red Ber Bermuda,
muda, Bermuda, onion seedsjust in. Bitting &
Mr. Niel Ferguson is a business
visitor to Tampa.
Miss Pauline Scbaffer- returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a pleasant visit to Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, where she was the guest of Miss
lc. record sale. Grand opera and
concert selections. With each record
purchased at regular ; price, yoii get
another record of the ; same price f of
a nadditional lc. See: the larger ad.
elsewhere in this paper. B Goldman tf
Mr. Harold Seymour is spending
several days in Tamf a, attending to
business matters. ;
Buy your bread at the U-Serve
Stores. Large loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One east and one west
ol public square.' 5-6t
' The many friends of. Miss Ruth
Ervin will regret -to learn that she
has severed her connection with the
clerk's office and intends at an early
date to go to St. Petersburg to make,
her home with her mother and sister.
Crystal wax, white and red Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onion seeds just in. Bitting '&
Phillips. ; ".'-:! J 10-6t
' 1 . -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer re returned
turned returned yesterday from, a pleasant two
months' stay at Hendersonville, N. C.
lc. record sale. 'Grand opera and
concert selections. With each record
purchased at regular price, you get
another record of the same price for
a nadditional lc. See the larger ad.
elsewhere in this paper. B- Goldman, tf
" Charles Schaffer is at Fort McCoy
tenjoying a visit with relatives.
Fresh today at Fort King Confec Confectionery
tionery Confectionery apples, avocado pears, peaTS,
peaches, plums; grapes, guavas and
cocoanuts. Phone 5. 10-lt
. n T tmii:'J AA
Mr R. V. Ott to Daytona Beach today
to spend the next two weeks as the
guest of Mrs.-Ott, who has a cottage
there for the summer months.
. Bring your old bicycle in and trade
it in on a new one. Easy payments
for the rest- B. F. Condon. 3-6t
Buy your .bread at the U-Serve
StoresT Large loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One'easst and one west
of. public square. 5-6t
Crystal wax, white and red Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onion seeds just in. Bitting &
The sportsmanship of Ocala's
catcher at Monday'3 game is in splen splendid
did splendid contrast to some of the stuff that
has been nulled in baseball thi3 sea
son. Leesburg CommerciaL
BE-TIRE YOUR CAR
Fifty 32x32 tires. Standard make.
While they last, $15. Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. -7-6t.
Mr. W. A. Stogner" of Louisville,
Ky., arrived in Ocala Tbtii-sday and
the friends he is rapidly making will
J learn with much pleasure tr..at he will
probably locate in our midst.
.. Let us exchange youi old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brother?.
Phone 19. 23-lm
, Mr. and Mrs. John Gamble of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, are visitors in the city for a
few days, en route to Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Gamble are originally
fiom Marion county, but .have been
making their home in Chicago for the
past five years. Mr. Gamble is very
much, in love with the East Coast,
where he has large real estate hold holdings
ings holdings and probably will decide to lo locate'
cate' locate' there. ;
Test our delivery" service when you
v ant FRESH meat. Just call phone
:08. Main Street Market. tf
Miss Cora May Pillans left yester yesterday
day yesterday for, Rodman, where she -will be
the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Pillans .for about ten
days. ; .
Mother your "salvation, Wonder
Kose'for the "Kiddies. FISHEL'S. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
The quarterly meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian
church will be held Monday afternoon
at four o'clock at the church.
Received fresh today apples, celery,
plums, peaches, pears, grapes at the
Fort King Confectionery. 2t
Miss Dorothy Lancaster will open
her studio on Fort King avsnue ??on ??on-dsy,
dsy, ??on-dsy, Sept. 12th.
Nice assortment of White Middies
at FISHEL'S. tf
Mr. Nathan Mayo and Mr. E. B.
Erskine- of Summerfield, spent last
night in town.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fi:jh Market.
Phone 158, tf
Mr. W. K. Zewadski is home from
a month's vacation in the mountains
of North Carolina, and is ugaki com comfortably
fortably comfortably located at the Colonial hotel.
His numerous, friends are frlad to see
USED FORD ROADSTER
One 1920 Ford Roadster with self self-starter.
starter. self-starter. Bargain. Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla.' Phone 348. 7-t
Mr. Max Israelson, manager of
Frank's Store, has returned from- a
combined business and pleasure visit
to New York.
Potato chips at UrServe Stores, one
east and one west of square. 9-3t
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Stree t Market.
New line of standard make bicycles
on easy terms. B. F. Condon. S-6t
Mr. Philip G. Murphy has returned
from Tampa, where he sold two large
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Trantham and
children lef t ( today- for Oklawaha,
where they have taken a cottage for
a month.- m '. '
y -' ; ;..
Yoi in going to buy at HAR HAR-GRAvES'
GRAvES' HAR-GRAvES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youll save money.. 807 S.
Lime St.' 27-tf
. Mrs. W. iV. JJewsom and. daughter,
Miss Helen Newsom, returned yester yesterday
day yesterday frcm a pleasant summer spent in
West Virginia with Mrs. Newsom's
daughter, Mrs. Richard Dodge, ;. and
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day, at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf
Potato 'chips at U-Serve Stores, one
east and one west of square. tf
There was a fire last night at 8:30
o'clock at Mr. Jenning's home near
the union station. It was caused by
a foul wire. It was put cot in a few
minutes by the fire department.
Mr. 'John T. Lewis, wife and little
daughter have returned to "their home
at Oklawaha from.ta visit down the
. Uneeda Biscuit lc. per package
with apound of bulk crackers at reg regular
ular regular prices. Farmers'.""'' Exchange
Friends of Mr. Laurie Yonge are
admiring the handsome. and speedy
car which he is driving. -He built the
car himself in his garage in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, using many original ideas, and
when he and Mrs. Yonge go driving
ht it they don't have to smell any anybody's
body's anybody's gasoline. n
For fresh meat call phon. 108. Main
Street Market. tf
Pretty line of new Skirts at
Grand Opera and Concert Selections
For Every Record Purchased During This Sale
You Get an Additional Record For lc.
Come Im and
The World's Famous Artists, such as :
Lazaro, Hipolito. Tenor
Hackett, Charles, Tenor
Gates, Lucy, Soprano
Ponselle, Rosa, Soprano
Garden, Mary, Soprano
Miura, Tamaka Soprano
Brown, Eddie, Violinist
Seidel, Toscha, Violinist
Gassalls, Paplo, 'Cellist
Godowsky, Leopold Pianist
Grainger, Percy, Pianist
Chi c a go Symphony Or Orchestra
Philharmonic Orchestra of
And many other exclusive Columbia Artists.
No Music So Fine, No Song So Sweet As
Given You in This Wonderful Selection.
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O Graphonola Dep't
WRESTLED FOR BIG STAKES
Bloodless Combat Between Sons of Mi Mikado,
kado, Mikado, With the Throne as Prize
.for the Victor.
The sporting Japanese gentleman
knows all the fine jInts about wres wrestling.
tling. wrestling. His enthusiasms ou tbU sub subject
ject subject are Informed entluslasu.s and he
Inherits them from a 'long line of an ancestors,
cestors, ancestors, says Julian Street In Mo
Clare's. When the Greeks and
Romans wrestled, the Japanese were
wrestling too. In the Ninth century
the Japanese throne was wrestled for
A mikado died and jeft two sons, and
these, instead of going to war with
each other, left their claims to be
settled bj a wrestling match.
The sport is, furthermore, asso associated
ciated associated 'In a manner more or less di diaphanous
aphanous diaphanous with Shintolsm. Certain
Shinto traditions are connected with
It, and the matches used to be held on
the grounds of Shinto temples.
The attitude of the sporting Jap Japanese
anese Japanese gentleman toward wrestlers re resembles
sembles resembles that of the sporting American
or Englishman toward pugilists and
jockeys. It s chic to know them, but
not as equals. One Is very genial with
them and at the same time a lit little
tle little patronizing, whereas tbey are ex-,
pected to assume a slightly deferen deferential
tial deferential manner.. Perhaps the attitude of
the Japanese sporting gentleman to toward
ward toward his favorite wrestlers Is rather
more like that of the Spanish sport sporting
ing sporting gentleman toward bullfighters, for
In both countries It is customary for
the wealthy patron to give expensive
presents to the hero. But whereas in
Spain handsome jewelry Is sometimes
thrown to the bull-fighters In the ring.
It is the custom In Japan for the fan
to throw his. hat, coat, pocketbook.
cigarette case or what not to the pop
ular Idol, who later sends the trophj
back to the owner, receiving In ex exchange
change exchange a valuable gift frequently ft
gift of money.
INVOKED AID OF ST. VITUS
In the Past Many Have Had Implicit
Faith In the Powers of An An-,
, An-, eient Holy Man.
For soire reason a chapel was dedr
Icated to that "holy man of the Fourth
century who was martyred under the
Emperor Diocletian St. Vitus whose
festival Is celebrated on June 15. We
are told that to this chapel came an annually
nually annually many women. who labored un under
der under a nervous or hysteric Infliction im impelling
pelling impelling them to violent motion. This
ailment came to be known as St. Vitus
dance, and perhaps the term was grad gradually
ually gradually extended to other afflictions in involving
volving involving Involuntary muscular motion.
Scientifically this disease Is known as
chorea. Another explanation Is that
in certain places in Germany during
the Seventeenth century Is was be believed
lieved believed good health could be obtained
for a yearby dancing before the saint's
image on his festival day, and that it
was in this way the original St. Vitus'
dance was confounded with the dis disease.
ease. disease. The aid of this saint is' also In Invoked
voked Invoked against sudden death, hydropho hydrophobia,
bia, hydrophobia, and so on. Chicago Journal.
Nova Scotia's Sheep Industry.
The sheep Industry In Nova Scotia
is tnt-re than 200 years old, records
of 1603 telling of 173,271 sheep in Ar Arcadia.
cadia. Arcadia. -The province now ranks fourth
among the provinces In the number of
sheep, with 200,979, standing second to
Quebec In price received for wool.
Nova Scotia owes its superior quality
to Its low shrinkage, as compared with
wool from other parts of Canada. The
climate on the mainland demands shel shelter
ter shelter for sheep during the winteronths,
though on certain Islands afong the
sooth shore they are out the year
around and feed on the sea kelp
washed up on the shore. These are
the wild sheep descended from those
brought In by early settlers. Enter Enterprising
prising Enterprising farmers on the south shore.
seeing that they fed on the kelp In
wloier, corralled them on nearby Is-
Indiana La Ay Had Some&mg Lrke
Inanition Until She Took
Got All Right
Runnmif Tnn "Soma tim aro 1
had a t-k& spell, something like indl-
featlon, writes Mra. Clara reacocK, oi
Boute 6, this place. "I would get rery
sick at the stomach, and spit or Tomit,
especial! In the mornings.
Ji ten I began the use of Thedford's
Bi v:X'iraugat, alter i naa tnea cmer
tneuicmes. Tho Black-Draught re relieved
lieved relieved me mere than anything that I
took, and I got all right.
"I haven't found anything better
than Black-Draught when suffering
from trouble caused by constipation.
It asy and sure. Can be taken In
smi-Il doses or large as the case calls
Y"hen you hare sick stomach. Indi Indigestion,
gestion, Indigestion, headache, constipation, oi
ether disagreeable symptoms, take
Dlack-Draught to help keep youi
system free from poison.
Thedford's Black-Draught Is toad
from pujrely vegetable Ingredients
acta In areutle, natural way, and ha
no bad after-effects. It may be safely
taken by young or old.
Get a package of Black-Draught to
day. Insist on the genuine, Thedford's
At your druggist's. NOH
We have the cloth for tough school
wear. FISHEL'S- tf
Tlie O.K. Teapot Grocery
IS JOHBIME ON THE JOB.
We carry as complete a stock of groceries as can
be found any. where in Florida. Our goods are fresh
and kept in a sanitary condition.
- The following list OF CASH SPECIALS WILL
We ARE HOT ON YOUR TRAIL for YOUR PAT PATRONAGE
RONAGE PATRONAGE and if fair treatment and right prices will
get it, you will find yourself dealing at
OCALA'S LEADING GROCERY
These Prices Are For Saturday the 10th
And MONDAY the 12th.
Look the list over and pick out your wants. It
wil1 pay you to lay in a month's supply at these
prices. We feel safe in saying that groceries will not
get any cheaper. : In fact," we look,for an advance in
a. great many items.
No. 4 Snowdrift
No. 8 Snowdrift
Lard. ... $1.35
Pint tins Wesson's
- lb..- ...
5 lb b'R't Simon Pure
Lard, per tin.. 1.20
Quart tins Wesson's
12 lb. Bags Ski Hi Self Rising Flour, per bag COc
24 lb. Bags Ski Hi Self Rasing Flour, per bag.. .1.15
.12 lb. Bags Dainty Flour Xplain) guaranteed
the finest flour to ever enter your pantry. . 80c
24 lb-bags Dainty Flour 1.55
12 lb. bags Omega (plain) Flour, per bag...... 73c
24 lb. bags Omega (plain) Flour, T?er bag 1.42
Kellogg's Corn Flakes ...... 11c
Post Tosties ; . 11c
9 pounds Hudnut's Cream Meal 25c
9 pounds Hudnut's fine or course Grits. . . . 25c
Van Camp's Soups per Campbell's Tomato
tin 1 8c Soup.. 10c
Mixed vegetables for
soup .A..... 10c Kingan?s Baked
Welfare brand Sweet Beans lfic
Empson's" cut stringless No- 2 Sweet Corn .1 42c
TBeans .--..-I 21c- No 2y2 tin Griffi'h's
Kraut Emps Asparagus...... 25c
No. 3 tins Van Camp No. 2l2 tins Brownie
'Pork and Beans.. 23c Apricots 27c
American Sardines (new 3-4 tins Mustard Sar-
pack). 4c dines 11c
Norsnian brand soused 37c tins imported Scotch
Sardines, large oval Herring in sause 32c
tins 19c o
Dernel .imported Sar- Royal Scarlet Smoked-
dines in olive oil 21c Sardines, in oil.. 21c
Santa Cruz California Large tins Davies
Spiced Sardines.; 22c Frankfurters 25c
Morris' Supreme NoT 1 Advance Brand
Tripe... ....... 30c Roast Beef .18c
Small glasses Beards- -5 lb. buckets Beardsles
ley's Peanut Butter 10c Peanut Butter.... 90c
Medium glass Beards- Beardsley's sliced Dried
ley's Peanut Butter 15c Beef, glas?3 .. .. .. 35c
Large glasses Beards- Kingan's Shamrock
ey's peanut Butter 35c Luncheon Sausage 10c
10c Bottles Liquid Bluing 8c Export Soap, borax 4c
Goods delivered anywhere in the city. Get your
order in early.
Next week we will have a very attractive price
for you on Corned Beef in one's, two's and six pound
tins. Also Corned Beef Hash and Roast Beef.
Have you tried Golden Glow Coffee? It's mighty
fine is roasted and packed for us by Chase & San Sanborn.
born. Sanborn. It is a 40c Coffee, but to get you started and
to show you h w good it is, it will sell as a special at
35c. Tiy a can and save money.
Built Roasted Collee, per pound 20c
Cakes and Crackers
Uueeda Biscuit, Luncheon Biscuit, Zu-Zu Ginger
Snaps, small Graham crackers, Premium Sodas and
Barnum's animals, per package. 6c
Saltine Biscuit, large Graham Crackers, Butter
Thin Biscuit, Old Time Sugar Cookies, Fig Newtons,
Arrowroot Biscuit, Vanilla Wafers, Nabisco Sugar
Wafers, Cheese Sandwkh. Frotana Fruit Biscuit and'
all former 20c packages for 13c 2 for 25c
5c packages wrapped Cocoa nut, Stick and 'Peanut
Candy. 3 for-... .' 10c
See our display of nut meats packed in glass to
keep them fresh and crisp. The list composes Salt Salted
ed Salted Peanuts. Salted Pecan Meats, Salted Walnut
Meats, Salted Almonds, Salted Pistrchios, Shelled
Almonds, Pecan Meats and Walnut Meats not salted.
BOND SALAD MUSTARD, per glass, 13c
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
Ocala, Florida. Phonrs 16 and 174
The only nation capable of licking:
the world is stag-nation. Indianap
Times have never been so hard that
they didn't soften. Des Moines Reg
We hear that it is proposed to make
the Greco-Turkish war an annual af
fair, to be played in each country al
ternately. London Punch.
Somebody has written of the many
things that can be made out of cotton.
One thing the planter wants to learn
to make out of cotton is a profit.-
The old black tin box containing
the deeds of the old farm now has
four rubber-tired wheels 'on it, New
WANTED Man to wrok on farm.
Apply Abner Pooser, at Goldman's
FOR SALE Frying size chickens at
30c. per pound. Abner Pooser. tf
FOR SALF. One Jersey cow three
years old, with -heifer calf. Gives
three gallons of milk a day. Price,
?S5w Abner Pooser. 9-tf
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1913
model. Apply at 0Neil & Holly
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. 120 N. Sanchez St. tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. Short or
long distance hauling on short no notice.
tice. notice. Residence phone 169; office
phone 117. 15-tf
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-Gt
FOR 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
PROPERTY OWNERS Does your
roof leak, need painting or repair repairing?
ing? repairing? Let me give you an estimate
on your roof problem. I repair,
paint and apply all kinds of roofs. roofs.-No
No roofs.-No job too large or too small for
me. Charges reasonable. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction guaranteed. W. E. Dodd, 303
Magnolia St.; Thone 222, P. O. Box
FOR RENT' Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Splendid for
school girls. Can furnish room for
six girls. Phone 23S or call at 34
N. Sanchez street. 6-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs for light
housekeeping. Three rooms and kit kitchenette;
chenette; kitchenette; electric stove. Mrs. Mary
GiUen, No. 1 W. 5th St. C-Ct
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
apartments, nicely furnished, two
blocks from the courthouse. No. 239
Oklawaha avenue. Phone 507. 7-3t
KRYSO Sore head remedy for chick chickens'
ens' chickens' and other poultry, fifty cents by
mail or dealer will get it for you.
Address KRYSO, Box 1163, Tampa,
FOR SALE! Household goods: two
beds, springs and mattresses; two
large oak rockers, one library table,
dressers, washstand, dining table,
four chairs to match; baby crib, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, Hoosier kitchen cabinet,
two 9x12 art squares, thre small
.rugs, window shades. This furni furniture
ture furniture is all new and made of heavy
quartered oak. Will sell cheap for
cash. Buyer can rent the three
rooms if wanted at $12.50 per
month. Call at No. 120 N. Sanchez
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
,for light housekeeping, close in.
Phone 116. 8-t
FOR RENT Watermelon land. 150
acres about half a mile east of
Martel. Shipping facilities good.
See H. A. Fausett, Ocala, Fla. ltw
FOR SALE 7 H. P. Hagan gasolene-kerosene
stationary engine; 28
ft. 6-in. heavy belt; 15 bushel per
hour, 7-inch Quaker City-grinding
mill; Engelberg rice huller and
polisher; 1 H. P. Fuller-Johnson
farm pump engine .equipped; 2000
gal. per hour Myers double action
tank pump; pipe and connections
for above; Beeman garden tractor
with full equipment and tools; pipe"
and fittings for small Campbell Ir Irrigating
rigating Irrigating system; 150-egg Prairie
state incubator; 120-egg Buckeye
incubator; 600-egg Buckeye incuba incubator;
tor; incubator; two section Cyphers Paradise
brooder; rebuilt model 27 Baick
auto with four new tires and hunt hunting
ing hunting body. Write for particulars to
C V. Sholl, Orange Springs, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, FJa. 9-9-ltdiw
WANTED- Two girls to help in of office.
fice. office. Must be able to write plainly
and figure accurately. Good oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for the right parties. Apply
to Mr. Pooser at B. Goldman's, tf
LOST Bunch of keys on the street.
Return to Joe Elalock. 10-tf
We Paint Sigsa
R ENTIRE YOUR CAR
This is a. Ktadebaktr year. tf
Fifty 32x314 tires. Standard make.
WhHe they last, $15. Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 343. 1-Ct
Business will put away encouraging
profits when it puts away discouragt
fr.g prophets. Asheville Citizen.
With so many automobiles, the
supply of pedestrians will soon b
much short of the demand. Na?hvi!!?(
The thing that bothers Parnnir
most appears to be the h!.:,h Ccstr
Rica. Philadelphia Record.
Everything in the Mf.e e
lushkigs may be fcti hsrs.
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