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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Tuesday. TEMPERATURES This morning, 70; this afternoon, 83.
VOL. 21 OGALA, FLORIDA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 11)21 NO. 216
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HARD LUCK BARELY
mm Halifax
RELIEF FBI! SAN
ANTONIO VICTIMS
CHESTER PEOPLE
WERE CARELESS
LIVES LOST FROM
GLARING LIGHTS
FATTY ARBOCKLE
1A DAD FIX
TRIAL OF ROLLIIIS
POSTPONED A WEEK

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Explosion in Dartmouth, Across the
Bay, Reminds People cf Historic
City of the Disaster of Four
Years Ago
"
(Associated Press
Halifax, Sept. 12. The town of
Dartmouth, across the Larbor from
lialifax, wa3 shaken by a terrific ex explosion
plosion explosion early today when an oil tank
blew up during a fire. The force of
the blast was felt thi ; jghout this
city, shattering windows in many
buildings. One man is imported miss missing,
ing, missing, and another slfghtly injured.
The property loss will be neavy. Five
distilling tanks of the imperial Oil
Company were destroyed.

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public ins. ruction met
Aug. 2nd with W. T. Gai y, chanrman,
C. R. Veal and A. J. Stevens, present.
Minutes of last meeting iead and ap ap-provejd.
provejd. ap-provejd. Mrl George Johns of the Derby
school, asked for transportation or a
scho4jxs granted to the Derby pupils.
A they seemd to have had too few
pupils he was asked to bring in peti petition
tion petition to that effect and the numberof
pupils.
Mr. Aubrey Frink of Fellowship,
called. Report from meeting at Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship to nominate trustees showed
that S. B. Brooks, Aubrey Frink and
E. M. Pettey were nominated and
it was ordered that they be commis commissioned.
sioned. commissioned. They asked for. a dictionary.
Left over until supplied are ordered.
J. W. Mullens, supervisor of Sum Sum-rnerfield
rnerfield Sum-rnerfield colored school, asked for
steps, well to be cleaned, window sash
and glass. Steps granted and ordered
shipped. Other things to await inves investigation
tigation investigation v v
Delegates from community Ave'st of
. Fairfield 'asked for- transportation
into Fairfield. Matter kft to the
superintendent.
Messrs. Douglas, Boyer. Albright of
Weirsdale and Robert Martin of Ok Ok-lawaha,
lawaha, Ok-lawaha, called to. discus"; che consoli consolidation
dation consolidation of the two schools. Same was
granted if proper ti .importation
could be had.
Mr. Arthur Brooks and Mrs. Sallie
Wynn called and asked that the
Emathla school be re-established.
Action postoned until Auf. 16, and
. they were asked; to present petition
from the patrons asking for school to
be maintained.
Mrs. R. W. Brinson of Eureka and
Mrs. Green of Boardman came for
inf ormatior about the transportation
of pupils.
It was agreed that Mr. B. C. Webb
of Kendrick look after the expense of
building the new school building.
Mr. Grimes of Dallas, asked that
route of conveying pupils from Dallas
tir Summerfield be changed. Action
deferred. :
The board agreed to call for bids
for moving Marshville school houte
to Fort McCoy and doing all the nec
essary work.
R. J. Rutledge, supervisor of the
Lakeside colored school, asked for
pump, stove and teacher. The board
agreed to furnish stove and pump
material if patrons would furnish la labor.
bor. labor. Teacher gartned as soon as one
: con be obtained.
Messrs. Hutchens, Markham, Folks
and others from Buck Pond, called to
discuss school affairs. Mr. Hutchens
askedthat board transport pupils from
Romeo to Buck Pond, stating that the
conditions along the route were dan dangerous
gerous dangerous for pupils of that age, and that
he was willing for all pupils living
under such "conditions in the district
to be transported. K
Mr. Folks stated that Romeo pupils
were too small and route to dangerous
for such small children, that there
were pupils in the southern part of
the district that were between th
ages of eight and nine years and too
far to walk. That was quitesure one
person could be engaged to convey all
the pupils at $50 per month. The
board tok the matter under considera
tion. ;'
Superintendent was asked to look
up transfer of funds between Buck
Pond district and county during the
term of 1917 or about that time and
ascertain whether or not the county
owed district any funds loaned from
district. x
Mr. C. H. Rogers of Lake Bryant
called to discuss the coming election
for consolidating the Moss Bluff,
Electra and Grahamville districs,

Money Pouring in to Relieve Distress
of Those Who Hare Suffered
by the Flood

(Associated Press)
San Antonio, Sept. 12 Relief funds
totalling more than $17,000 had been
subscribed today by citizens of San
Antonio toward tfc.3 goal of $25,000
for relieving the distress of "those
who lost, their possessions in the flood
Saturday morning. The property
damage has been fixed at not more
than 18,000,000 by C. D. Pandell, gen general
eral general manager of the chamber pi com commerce,
merce, commerce, while the death list is still un uncertain,
certain, uncertain, some estimates running as
high as 100 dead, including 47 bodies
recovered.
NOTICE, II. S. STUDENTS
Entrance examinations on all high
school subjects will be given Friday,
Sept. 16th, beginning at 9 o'clock, at
the high school building. Credit for
work done in summer school with a
coach or anywhere outside at a rec
ognized graded public school must be
ecured by examination. Applicants
for examination will please commu
nicate with the county superintendent
oj Miss Shephard before Friday.
RE-TIRE YOUR CAR
Thirty 32x3s tires. Standard make.
VTiile they last, .$15. Get yours be before
fore before they are gone- Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
Mr. ancKMrs. Malcolm Williams of
Gainesville, were visitors in the city
yesterday. This is Mr. Williams'
former home and his many friends
kept him busy with congratulations
and best wishes.
Mr. Phil Robinson of Inverness
spent yesterday in the city.
asking which was the agreement for
the selectio nof site Tbefore or aftery
the election. Board stated that after
the election was the agreement.
Ken jest for school house at St.
Iters was referred to Mr. Veal and
he was asked to investigate the situa-
tionand report to board Wednesday.
B. D. Adams., supervisor of Bethle
hem colored school, called and asked
for new schoo1. house. Matter referred
to Mr. Veal.
Charley Michael, supervisor of
Wakulla colored school, asked for one
sack of cement. Request granted.
Mr. A. S. Pickett and Mr. Hales
cr.lled to discuss transportation of
Cottage Hill pupils to Ocala, route
planned to begin at II. L. Shearer's
residence by way of Easterling Farm
and Keystone. Mr. Pickett offered to
do this transportation for $120. per
month. Board thought $115, suffi sufficient.
cient. sufficient. The board accepted Mr. Pick
ett's offer in a general way, tnd to
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Bring Your Children Up in
DADDY'S HOUSE
BUT'
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
money on
'fort king
Have a home with city con conveniences
veniences conveniences where you can
have a lawn, flowers,- garden,
ornamental and fruit trees,
chickens, etc.
ASK m ABOUT IT
LM; MURRAY
V ROOM 5
Holder Block. Ocala, Florida
LIFE
FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida"
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE

Inattention to One of Their Bridges
Caused Its Collapse and Loss of
Twenty-Four Lives

(Associatea tress)
Chester, Pa- Sept. 12. City offi officials
cials officials and citizens alike turned their
attention today from the death scene
at Third street and the Chester river,
where 24 persons lost their lives Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night in the bridge collapse, to
investigations which are expected to
fix the responsibility for the accident.
The board of county commissioners,
which is responsible for the bridge,
has initiated an investigation of its
own and the police are gathering all
the information available for the city
administration.
THE ACCIDENT
" Chester, Pa., Sept. 11. Twenty Twenty-four
four Twenty-four persons were drowned and five
seriously injured in the collapse last
night of the bridge spanping Chester
river at Third street, in the heart of
the city's business district. The po police
lice police made this announcement tonight
after divers had definitely determined
no more bodies remained in the wa water.
ter. water. A small wrought iron gusset
plate, part of the support for a foot footpath
path footpath along the side of the structure,
which had been half eaten by. rust,
gave way under the weight of nearly
a hundred persons who were attracted
to the spot by the cries of a drowning
boy and precipitated the victims into
the river.
; :
Mother your salvation, Wonder
Kose for the "Kiddies. FISHEL'S. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their son. Jack Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, and Ralph Simmons, left this
morning for Gainesville, where the
young men will enterthe university.
Misses Elizabeth Home and Ullaine
Barnett will leave tomorrow for Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, where they will enter the
Woman's College. .
, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dobbs have re
turned home from a summer vacation
spent at northern resorts.
Mr. George Swartz of Dunnellon
left yesterday for Boston, where he
will enter Boston Tech.
, In our hurried report Saturday of
the trouble between Policeman Eron Eron-son
son Eron-son and Mr. H. W. Tucker and two
of his friends, we said Mr. Tucker had
said Mr. Bronson was in his store Fri Friday.
day. Friday. "Mr. Tucker informs us that he"
made no such remark, therefore we
correct it.
Freddie Hocker former U. of F.
student; but now a prominent attor attorney
ney attorney of Ocala, was in the city Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to attend the Rotary picnic in this
city. Gainesville Sun.
Call phone 4.08 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
pro
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Foot Balls and Epuip Epuip-ment
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Caused Driver of Approaching Car to
v
Misguide his Car Through Party
of Church Goers

(Associated Press)
Petersburg, Va., Sept. 2. One per person
son person was killed, nine injured, two se seriously',
riously', seriously', when an automobile driven by
Rev. R. L. Mathews, a-local minister,
ran down a party of Colonial Heights
persons on their way to church last
night on the Richmond and Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg turnpike. The glaring headlights
of a car bound in the opposite direc direction
tion direction were responsible.
MUSICAL TOMORROW EVENING
Following is the program to be
given under the auspices the '"True
Blue" class of the Methodist Sunday
school Tuesday evening, at 7-:30 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Burgess. Every one invited:
Instrumental music.
. Invocation.
Piano solo, "Busy Bee" Lora
Thomas.
Class song. N
Poem (Field) Ruth Parker.
Vocal solo Mrs. Condrey.
, "Coming Through the Rye," (pan (pantonine)
tonine) (pantonine) Helen Overton and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Condrey.
Piano duet, "Hungarian Polka"
Martha Rivers and Sara Scott.
Recitation, "The Drowning Sing Singer"
er" Singer" Polly Smith.
Piano solo Dora Burnett.
Description Eva Brooks.
Fiano selection, "Valse Caprice'V Caprice'V-Amv
Amv Caprice'V-Amv C. Long.
Remarks by class president. Rose
Allen Gray.
Piano solo Mazurka) Gene Bit Bitting.
ting. Bitting.
Misses Dorothy Lancaster and
Margaret Overton accompanists.
Miss Byrd Wartmann will spend
the coming -week-end at Lady Lake,
a guest of Mrs. Frank Teague, and
fimily. m
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber are
enjoying a stay at Daytona Beach.
Their daughter, Miss Dorothy Schrei Schreiber,
ber, Schreiber, is at Pablo Beach visiting friends
while her parents are away.
Mr. Arthur Cobb is ill at the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Mrs. Cobb has been critically
i1! for some weeks but is much im improved.
proved. improved. Their friends will regret to
learn of their double trouble.
Mrs. T. D. Lancaster Jr., is in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for a week, visiting her par par-erts,
erts, par-erts, Mr. and Mrs. Mizelle. Mr. Lan Lan-caster
caster Lan-caster will join his wife Friday for a
week-end visit.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers left
this morning for Short Hills, N. J.,
where they will visit their. son, Mr.
Neil Weathers, and family.
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Faces Formal Charge of Murder, on
Account of the Death of a Mov Moving
ing Moving Picture Actress

(Associated Pre)
San Francisco, Sept. 12. A formal
charge of murder in the first degree,
the police have announced, will be
preferred today against Fatty Ar Ar-fcuckle,
fcuckle, Ar-fcuckle, under arrest here in connec connection
tion connection with the death of Mis3 Virginia
Rappe, a motion picture actress. Tha
girl's death followed her attendance
at a party in Arbuckle's suite at a
local hotel a week ago. She died of
injuries which the district attorney
and other authorities allege were in inflicted
flicted inflicted by Arbuckle. Arbuckle is held
without bail. The case is scheduled
to be brought before the grand jury
tonight. A coroner's inquest has been
called for next Thursday.
LEHRMAN WANTS VENGEANCE
New, York, Sept. 12. Henry Lehr Lehr-iran
iran Lehr-iran ,motion picture director, who
was engaged to marry Miss Virginia
Rappe, said- today he would devote
every minute he could spare from his
business to pressing the prosecution
of Roscoe Arbuckle.
CUTS OFF FATTY'S ALIMONY
Medford, Mass., Sept. 12. Mayor
Faynes today notified all motion pic picture
ture picture houses here that the films of
Fatty Arbuckle would be barred until
hisvcase in .San Francisco had been
disposed of in the courts.
RE-TIRE YOUR CAR
Thirty 32x3 & tires. Standard make.
WTiile they last, $15. Get yours be before
fore before they are gone. Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
Messrs. L. H. and L. H. Chazal left
today for a visit north, the former
gentleman on business and the latter
on his annual vacation.
Mr. J. E. Thomas of Sparr was in
town today.
Hiskule opens next Monday morn
ing.
Mr. Thos F. Kirk of Brooksville was
in town today.
Mr. Hyman Israelson, a clever
young business man of New York, ac accompanied
companied accompanied his brother Max i home
from that city, and is now making
friends in Ocala.
Our friend Davidson, at the Union
Station Restaurant, ha3 presented us
with a lead pencil, as big as a police policeman's
man's policeman's club.
After a pleasant visit to Ocala
friends, Mr. I. Dod Israel, the popular
traveling man, is on the road again.
Ccala is always glad to see Mr. Israel.
Mr. George Ford of Jacksonville is
in the city for a few days' visit with
bis wife.
With much interest will the friends
of Mr. -and Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price of
Boston, learn of the recent arrival in
their home of a baby daughter. Mrs.
Mills-Price was formerly Miss Ethel
Robinson of this city.
TJ7 ARE ENSTALLINGA
' New Fountain, can serve
Cream and Sundae's only (or
the next few days .. .. ..
THE VOGUE
If T l
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THE
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: (El
Boom 9, Gary Block
Baseball season is closed
now.

Jacksonville Court Holds Up Proceed Proceedings
ings Proceedings to Await Arrival of Pope
and Novitzky

(Associated Press
Jacksonville, Sept. 12. The trial of
Rollins, alias Rawlings, for the mur murder
der murder of Hickman, scheduled for this
morning, was postponed until next
Monday, just-before the grand jury
met in special session to consider the
charge sagainst John Pope, an attor attorney,
ney, attorney, and Irwin-Novitzky, an eleliric eleliric-ian
ian eleliric-ian arrested Saturday in connection
with the case as .the result of an al alleged
leged alleged confession of Rollins. Johnnie
Novitzky, wife of Novitzky, was ar arrested
rested arrested at Seminole Sands, near Fort
Meysr, Saturday, and arrived here
this morning in charge of a deputy
sheriff.
The grand jury at 1 o'clock recessed
until 2:30 without having taken any
action.
TROPICAL STORM IS
MOVING NORTHEAST
Washington, Sept. 12. The trop tropical
ical tropical storm apparently central this
morning at longitude 70 and latitude
25, is moving rapidly northeastward,
the weather bureau announced. The
storm no doubt did considerable dam damage
age damage Sunday on the island of Haiti.
The disturbance will not reach the
coast of the United States, the bureau
stated.
Mrs. T. C. Carter and daughter,
Ada, have returned home from a
pleasant two month's visit to Boston.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERT1SB1ENTS
WANTED Man to wrok on farm.
Apply Abner Pooser, at Goldman's
store. 9-tf
FOR SALE Frying size chickens at
30c. per pound. Abner Pooser. tf
FOR SALE One Jersey cow three
years old, with heifer calf. Gives
three gallons of milk a day. Price,
$S5. Abner Pooser. 9-tf
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1918
model. Apply at O'Neil & Holly
garage. 9-2-tf
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
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.
No job too large or too small for
me. Charges reasonable. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction guaranteed- W. E. Dodd, 303
Magnolia St., Phone 222, P. O. Box
42. 9-5-lm
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Splendid for
school girls. Can furnish room for
six girls. Phone 233 or call at 34
N. Sanchez street. 6-6t
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,
Fla. 9-8-lm
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, close in.
Phone 116. 8-t
WANTED Two girls to help in of of-x
x of-x fice. 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 key3 on the street.
Return to Joe Blalock. 10-tf
We Paint Signs
FOR SALE Remington typewriter,
as good as new, $50. David S.
Woodrow, room 8, Merchant's
block. 12-tf
LOST Bunch of keys, about six,
either at Silver Springs, in Ocala,
or on the Silver Springs road- Re Reward
ward Reward to finder by calling Mrs. Wel Wel-ler
ler Wel-ler Carmichael at home, or phone
278. 12-3t



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921

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OCALA. FLORIDA
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Hadn't the people who are planning
a memorial, to Wilson better wait un until
til until he is dead? He seems to have sev several
eral several years before him yet.
We have received a copy of the
Messenger, which proudly proclaims
that it is published in the city of
Valparairo, but forgets to state what
county Valparairo is in, so where it
i3 comparatively few can say.
Gilbert Leach of the Leesburg Com Commercial,"
mercial," Commercial," pays the Ocala baseball team
tome high and appreciated compli
ments in his last issue. His paper
was much in demand among the boys
here. Gilbert knows the game to a
dot and believ.s in clean, close games.
. "V 7"
Mr. W J. Wilson, of the Mill Creek
Ranch near Fort McCoy, is going to
make an exhibit of some of his Here Hereford
ford Hereford and trade cattje during the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair. Mr. Wilson import-t-d
a numoar of Herefords a few years
ago and crossed them with native
stock, and the result is very encour encouraging.
aging. encouraging.
Jacksonville Metropolis optimistic
ally; predicts that the coming winter
will.; be a bad one for crooks in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. If it it, it will be the first time
that crooks have not found Florida
"easy" for their business. Miami
Metropolis.
If the police will do their duty (and
the" people will back them up), the
crooks will find the way of the trans transgressor
gressor transgressor is sprinkled with sandspurs.
An attempt to fasten an electric
light bulb into a socket while she was
dressed in a wet bathing suit caused
the death of Miss Beatrice Schwartz Schwartz-ler,
ler, Schwartz-ler, 17 years old, at her home in New
York. A pool of water collected at the
girl's feet and when her wet ; hand
came in contact with the electric cur current,
rent, current, she received a' shock which prov proved
ed proved fatal. A word to the wise is suffi sufficient..
cient.. sufficient.. Take warning from the above.
Highlands County Messenger. ;
What are we warned against? Tak Taking
ing Taking a bath or wearing a bathing suit?
The disaster to San Antonio will
not surprise anyone acquainted with
the topography of that city. The city
is on the side of a basin made by the
hills, among which winds the San An Antonio
tonio Antonio river, which is a pretty stream,
but compared with the Oklawaha is
only a creek, and several smaller
streams, all dammed for irrigation.
The liver and two creeks and an ir irrigation
rigation irrigation canal run all through San
Antonio, with a very pretty effect, but
they couldn't be laid out any better
to drive a tprrent of water through
the town when there js a flood in the
hills above if they had been fixed for
that purpose.
The Pensacola News gives the fol following
lowing following timely advice: "All over the
country the school buses are starting
out upon their winter's work of con conveying
veying conveying pupils to and from the cen centralized
tralized centralized schools. Wherever such a
conveyance is in operation there
should be a campaign for especially
careful driving and for the utmost
vigilance at cross-roads and railway
crossings. Every year the chronicles
of accident include some of more or
less serious degree to the school buses.
These, like the vast percentage of ac accidents
cidents accidents of all kinds, are mostly avoid
able. A little more time and a little
more care, a little more watchfulness
would have saved minor accidents and
perhaps lives. The care of the school
children does not rest wholly with the
driver with whom the children are
riding, either. It rests upon every
motorist, railway engineer and motor motor-man
man motor-man of suburban cars along the rural
routes. Even the driver of a farm

horse has his share of responsibility.

for the safe conduct of
these little!
children of the public
Our friend, George Mathews, of the
Fort Lauderdale Sentinel, has some
old-fashioned ideas. He says:
"We lynch negroes for rape, and
reward the libertine who pulls girls
down. We hold that he is worse than
the raper, for with his crime, he de destroys
stroys destroys character. If anything would
justify lynching, seduction would. The
man who in the smallest way en en-cioaches
cioaches en-cioaches upon a woman is a cur, and
is unworthy of the respect of any
honorable man or woman. Men will
not marry women who have gone
wrong, then why is it that women do
not draw the same line? We hold that
the Latin races can teach us much
along the line of bringing up girU.
They do not turn their girls out to go
alone with men, but guard them until
they are settled in life. The result is
they have few mishaps."
ROTARIANS IN GAINESVILLE
(Gainesville Sun, 9th)
The members of the Gainesville
Rotary Club gave a picnic yesterday
for the Rotary clubs of Live Oak,
Falatka and Ocala, with other amuse amusement
ment amusement features for the entertainment
of their guests thrown in. It was
done in true Rotary style with unlim unlimited
ited unlimited pep and punch.
The fun began in the afternoon
with a sight-seeing tour of the Uni University
versity University City, and the visiting Rotes
saw a pretty town that elicited many
expressions of admiration. j
Then to the ball park for a game
between Palatka and Gainesville. But
Chief of the Fire Department Brin Brin-son,
son, Brin-son, in the guise of a baseball umpire,
announced that Palatka had cold feet
or something, and Waldo had volun volunteered
teered volunteered to be the lamb for the slaugh slaugh-ter.
ter. slaugh-ter. Well, it was worth the inconvenience
cf hard, seats and a drive in a pouring
rain to hear Charlie Harris, Frank
Hartsfield, T. Y. McCarty and Bird
Fryer kid the umpire and players.
Catcals for Uncle Joe, not the former
speaker of the House, by the way, but
the red-haired shortstop and "Doug,
where did you get that suit?" were
frequent. Dr. Tison was quiet during
the latter part of the game, thoughts
of the coming feast obliterating any
interest he might have therefore had
in the exciting contest.
It would be interesting to know
just what paper four of the visiting
Rotes were reading. They blissfully
ignored the existence of the national
game. ;
There was some system used. Doug
Buie caught and his august brother
umpired.' How's that for system?
Who couldnt beat with a combination
like that ? j
Bobby Swanson made a beautiful
crtch that caused such applause that
the top-row Rotes almost stopped
reading.
But where was President Fletcher
Burnett all this time? That man had
done beat Gordon Tison by thirty min minutes
utes minutes to that fried chicken and was sit sitting
ting sitting among the eats as quietly as a
kitten with canary feathers on its
mouth, when the rest of the "bunch"
arrived at the picnic feast that had
been spread on long tables under il illuminated
luminated illuminated pine trees. It was a
glorious affair, ice tea, the ladies and
song.
Under 'the supervision of Tom
Green, Bob Brush, Dan Cox and Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Coles, contests were pulled.
Talk about cheating. In the first con contest,
test, contest, the only one that was conducted
according to Hoyle, Mrs. Borland won
a silver pencil. Earl Taylor, with a
cup of water in each hand, success successfully
fully successfully hurdled three benches without
spilling much water, thereby defeat defeating
ing defeating the rest of the contestants. His
trophy was a necktie.
Ardis Waterman of Ocala won a
leather cardcase in the next feat.
Freddie Hocker of the same place led
in prize-winning prowess and receiv received
ed received a pair of eye-glasses. We hope his
sight wont be impaired by the addi addition
tion addition to his other accoutrements.' He
blew a balloon that had the nerve to
burst before the rest of its "col "colleagues.".
leagues.". "colleagues.". Then the eats! Visions of future
nightcares and hurry calls for the
doctor. The chicken, cake, salad and
sandwiches, one could hear the ban banquet
quet banquet .table groan.
At the conclusion of "The Perfect
Day," Fletch and Nick Maddock led
in Rotary songs and that old college
campus rang with voices that spake
e'oquently of more quantity than
quality.
USED FORD ROADSTER
One 1920 Ford Roadster with seif-s-tarter.
. Bargain. Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
Buy your bread at the U-Serve
Stores. Large loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One east and one west
oi public square. 5-t

THE SKILLED MARKSMAN

Twas in the border town of Yazoo
About seventy years ago,
When a band of greasy cowboys
Were fighting an "Indian foe."
Four shots were heard to mingle,
The cowboys knew not where;
Four reds were seen to give their yell
And grasp upon the air.
Just as this gallant deed was done
And the reds began to" fall,
From behind a huge boulder
A cowboy stately and tall
Drew forth two shining pistols
And fired into their midst.
The reds began to tumble
Like the cypress in a swamp,
His guns began to grumble
Like a lion cub in want.
Two fiends crept up behind the boys
As there they stood amazed,
Two flames belched from his red-hot
The Indians' brains were grazed. j
But, alas! this cowboy's loads were
gone
And still four reds remained.
He dodged behind a boulder
Just to' keep from being brained,
The fiends rushed on in fury,
Firing as they ran,
But nothing could be found
Of this bold and dangerous man.
The Indians held a council
In their own native tongue,
When a lasso whizzed around their
heads
And all four fiends were hung.
This gallant man was never seen
Nor heard of any more,
But on this same limb of the tree
There hangs the skulls of four.
Melville (Peb) Little.
You Get a Run
for your money st cur
Plant. We- are hot after
your trade, and will sure surely
ly surely make it of interest to
you to deal with us.
"WE Insure a long Run for
Your Tires.
BLALOCK BROS,
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
OCALA, FLORIDA
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
. G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
OvrTjSi- In New York taking a
. 'N post graduate course.
v "y Will announce date of re re-tZjYis?
tZjYis? re-tZjYis? turn later.
DR. K. J. WEIOE.
Optometrist and Optician
Evsipht iSperialiM
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made'on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
ILIAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passengei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The follovnnjj schedule hjnres pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. j (Eas tern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am JacksrnviUe-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
M!anaiee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pni Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jackson ville-NTfork 2:33 tm
1:45 m Jlcsonvilie-GaiLsviLe 3:24 pm
i 6:42 am Ji:sonville-GansvilIe 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm S t.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am DuneIlon-Lk eland 11:03 vm

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'3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gairo?ville 11:50 am
Monav. Wednesday. Friday.
' TueutLy, Tfcur&aay Saturday.

Munroe &
PRESCRIPTIONS
Called For and Delivered
Special Attention to
Home Recipes
G. C. GREENE Phone 435
Opp. Marion Hardware
nunc
: When you want your house,
furniture, stock or goods of
any Vind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get full
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell.
J.H.CRAMER
P.O.Box 310 Ocala. Fla.
Telephone 419
Milt
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SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Balding line
My Vtork is Guaranteed
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W. A. TINSMAN
The Stucco Man" Phone 526
Ladies' coat suits just arrived.
Prices right, terms light. They are
row on display. Come in and make
your selection and pay while you
wear. B. Goldman. 10-tf
Mew Fal

Our buyer who has been in the markets for the past three weeks
has not returned, but shipped in advance Jus excellent selection of goods
for Fall and winter, consisting of
Ladies' Suits, f oat Suits, Shoes, Millinery, Men's
Suits, Hats, Foot VVear, Children's Dresses,
Rompers, Shoes, Etc, Etc,

' And a better selection
ture of this season's selection
sold in the same way.
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ORGANIZATION"

is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection heie all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.

Chambliss National Banh

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block
Charri) Roll"
ilZTTy Xcll as
UNEEDiS and all former O
10c pkgs. Crackers ... O C
Three packages On
for UC
All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers XOC
Tall Pink 1
Salmon .... IOC
Campbell's Soup O
per can Ad&C
Campbell's Soap, AtZ
four cans for X3 C
Octagon Soap, O
per bar Ov
Octagon Soap, O 1
three bars for A C
Export Soap,
per dozen '. JJ
Cherry Bell Flour J f HP
24. lb sack vl00
Sauer's Self -Rising J 1 Q (
24 lb sack. vlOU
Walter Baker's Cocoa o ( n
half pound tins.... OvIC
One pound of
good Tea. OUC
Senate Coffee Af
per pound xVJC
Senate Coffee, T C
two pounds for OC
Senate Coffee, d! f
three pounds for.

Purina Feed for Cons, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

You are going to buy at IIAR IIAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' IIAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH save money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf
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has never been displayed in this store. The really important fea
is that everything was purchased at pre-war prices, and will be

THE .-(DICAIA.

F. P. GADSOIV, Prop.
Oeala. . . Florida

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Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

15 a cn weat onT
good as any and less in price
Argo Salmon, A(n
per can "wv
Argo Salmon, 7Er
two cans for OC
Virginia Dare Wine, f C
large, per bottle OOC
Virginia Dare Wine, A C r
small, per bottle. . T1" C
Reddick Peanut Butter Qfl
per pound 0C
Evaporated Milk,
large IOC
Evaporated Milk, tfjl 7A
large, per dozen . V J
Evaporated Milk, 7
small C
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen...'. OUC
Three packages OE
Argo Starch OC
One dozen packages QP-
"Argo Starch OC
Evaporated Peacher, 1
per pound OC
Quart jars CCn
of Honey UuL
Quart cans
of Syrup OUC
Pint jars or 1 C
Eottles Syrup lu
Syrup drawn from 7r
barrel, per gallon.. OC
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
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Full Line of GOODYEAR Tires

EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
and Repairing

Bicycles and Supplies

F CONDON

Fort King Ave. & Osceola St.

Ocala, Florida

AOTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding,
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored
Brakes Relined
All uork done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Phone 597

Cartels famous BUTTERNUT
BREAD in two size Ion es may be
had at the bakery or at -etail groc grocery
ery grocery stores. Accept no substitute, as
there is none so good. Carter's
Bakery. 15-tf

Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged .for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

This is a Studebaker year. tf

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We have the cloth for tough school

ear. J?iSt&L.s- a

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

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Carry Store, 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf

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Geo, MacKay 8 Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
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Just a few items for your special benefit if
cash and carry.
Irish Potatoes, per pound 4c, per peck -..

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Onions, red, per pound

6c

Onions, white, per pound

. 10c

lll Onions, large Valencias, per pound

A?

10c

1 Cloverbloom Butter, per pound

46c

J$5

Army Corn Beef Hash, pound cans

15c

Army Corn Beef, 2 lb. cans

. 30c

Army Roast Beef, 2 lb. cans

. 30c

Army Corned Beef, 12 ounce can, per can

17c

Cheese, per pound

27c

Maxwell House Coffee, per lb.

. 38c

Compound Lard, per lb.

13c

Fancy Lemons, per .dozen

. 30c

Fresh Stock Potatoe Chips, Shelled Walnuts in glass,
Shelled Almonds in glass, Shelled Pecans in glass
Pay Us a Visit and Get Acquainted. You Are
Under No Obligation toBuy.

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plan more definitely at a later meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Messrs. Mathews, Smoak. Taylor
and Mrs. Taylor came to discuss con conveying
veying conveying pupils from Oak Hill commu community
nity community to Fairfield. It was ordered to
plan rotue at later meeting.
Mr. George Johns presented peti petition
tion petition asking board to open Derby
school or transport pupils. Superin Superintended
tended Superintended asked to attend to this with
Mr. Johns, investigating route and
advisability of transportation to the
school most practical, Pedro or Char Charter
ter Charter Oak.
Mr. A. R. Griffin and Mr. J. A. Tal Tal-ton
ton Tal-ton met with the board and'asked for
an appropriation for a new school
building at Anthony.
Moved by Mr. Stephens, seconded
by Mr. Veal that board appropriate
$200 Oeach year for two years for
new school building, provided An Anthony
thony Anthony district bonded for $10,000.
Trustees and citizens of Heidtville

and Pine Level disthicts came before
the board. Mr. Stokes and others
asked that Pine Level pupils be trans transported
ported transported to Dunnellon, while Mr. Boss
and others wanted pupils transported
to Heidtville. Ordered that Fred Tur Turner
ner Turner be contratced with to convey the
pupils from Pine Level to Dunnellon,
by way of Heidtville, for seven
months, six months from county

funds, balance from district. i
Mr. G. W. Neville called and stated
conditions for school at Baskins and
Cummins turpentine still west of
Dunnellon. Board agreed to establish
school if house could be secured. Mr. i
Neville also stated that after careful j
investigation it was estimated that
1 000 would be needed for necessary
repairs for Dunnellon colored school.
John Nelson of Wesley Chapel, re- j
ported that he had not been able to;
raise the funds for putting down
pump at school house.
Petition from Capulet asking for
transportation of school pupils to
Ocala refused as no majority was
shown.
J. D. Wiggins was recommended
for .trustee at Buck Pond. "Board made
the appointment and ordered him j
commissioner.
Request for door and hinges for
Wesley Chapel granted.
Petition that had been advertised
for'the past four weeks for consolida consolidation
tion consolidation of Moss Bluff, Electra and Gra Gra-tuimville
tuimville Gra-tuimville sub-school districts into one
was presented to board as advertised.
The election was ordered advertised
for the next four weeks to be held
Sept. 12. The following were selected
a3 clerks and inspetcors: Moss Bluff
district, J. S. Martin, Ollie Fort, W.
J. Morrison, inspetcors, Gus Waters,
Clerk; Electra district, Geo. W.

Brant Jr., J. C. Pillans and W. B. Hol Holly,
ly, Holly, inspetcors, A. J. Halton, clerk;
Grahamville district, P. T. Randall, E.
O. Cordrey, W. B. Fore, inspectors,
and O. H. Rogers, clerk.
Mr. Veal reported on the investiga investigation
tion investigation of the building af new school

(houses at St. Peters, and St. Philips.

lie said that there were two buildings
j?t Martel either of which would make

both school houses at small cost, or

one school house that' would accom accommodate
modate accommodate both schools, that either house
could be bought for 175. The board
decided to secure one of these build buildings
ings buildings and make payment of $25 on
same.
An offer of $75 for the Derby school
house was refused by the board.
Superintendent was requested to
try to make sale of the Church Hill
school house.
Teachers reports and sundry bills
were examined and ordered paid.
Bank accounts examined and found to
be apparently correct.
Board decided to transport the
Romeo and South Buck Pond pupils
lo Buck Pond.
Superintendent reported that after
an investigation of the reports it was
found that the debt to the Buck Pond
district had been paid.
Board discussed the different routes
io convey the pupil3 and ordered these
routes advertised to be opened Aug.
16th, board reserving the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids.
Petition asking for the appointment
of W. F. Hooper as trustee of the
Capulet school in place of R. M. Hen Hendry
dry Hendry refused as Mr. Hendry had not
resigned and no charges made against
him.
Petition of A. B. Moore and others,
residents of and electors of Anthony
special tax school district No. 35, of
Marion county, requesting the board
tc call an election in said district to

determine whether or not the said dis district,
trict, district, should issue bonds in the amount
of $10,000 for the purpose of erect erecting
ing erecting a school building in said district,
was presented to the board for con

sideration. The board thereupon pro

ceeded to examine said petition and

the signatures thereto, and found that

the same is in proper form. The

boar dalso determined by investiga-

10 pair f onr year old mules. Will make
1100 pounds at six years old. They have
been worked to this years crop. Have
three year olds to take their places. All
sound and raised on Athony Farms.
Several pair marcs weighing 1100 lbs.
bred to Jacks. Most anything you want
from saddler to 1600 pound drafters.
Mammoth Jacks and Percheron Stallion
at stud.
ANTHONY FARMS
ANTHONY, FLORIDA

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DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE

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

Best
Meats
and
Groceries

Cook's
Market and
Grocery

The best meat is necessary for health
and strengthwe handle none bat the
best. The same may be said of Groceries,
and in this line we carry none bat the
highest class obtainable. Upon these
facts, with oar prompt delivery service
we solicite your trade. Try as
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1921

QCALA occuniffi

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Misii Alice Bullock has resigned her
position with the Ocala S,tar.

Pretty line
KISHEL'S.

of new.

Skirts at
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RE-TIRE YOUR CAR

One 1920 Ford Roadster with self-

Thirty 32x3 tires. Standard make

While they last, $15. Get yours be-'starter. Bargain. Mack Taylor,

fore they are gone. Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla. Phone 343. 7-t j
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-t ; .- :
j EAT AT THE MAXINE g

Miss Nellie Bam returned to her i

heme, in Greensborough, N. C, yes

Best meals in the city for 50 cents. ( X

the i Twenty-one meal ticket foi S7. Phone 'jsi

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terday after a month's visit in

Mrs. R. S. Hall.

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Mrs. R. A. Burfcrd will accom-j :55

Miss Carrie Barco is spending her

vacation in Tampa' with friends and

relatives.

Ladies' coat suits just arrived. pany her daughter, Miss Agnes Bur-.; ::

They!

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rrices ngni, terms nguu luey are :V1U ..tnw.i- -w...,,. : .i

now on display. Come in and makejWi" go by boat from Jacksonville.

your selection and pay while you After a brief visit m Baltimore Miss

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tf

Miss Hattie Carlton left Saturday
for a. visit with reltaives in Tampa
and St, Petersburg.

wear. B. Goldman.

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The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf

Miiss Josie Parrish has gone to

Umatilla, where she" will teach in the j

public school this winter.
Crystal wax white and red Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onion seeds just in. Bitting &
Phillips. 10-6t

10-tf iburford Wl11 proceed to Kandolph-

r . j Macon College, Lynchburg, Va., and
The many friends of the family of .s. Burford will visit Washington
Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier will be;ar-d other cities- before returning

at epiy gnevea 10 learn oi ine serious f j i
conditio nof Mrs. Dozier, who lies' ; j
critically ill at the hospital. Mr. and .Crystal wax, white and red Ber- j v.;
Mrs. Tlnzipr aro monir our oldest and I muda onion seeds just in. Bitting & j

most esteemed citizens and many will Phillips. 10-6t
regret to learn of Mrs. Dooziers :

illness. i Mi3 Theresa Murphy of Jackson- j

, ; ; vi lie, passed through Ucaia yester-
XadieV coat suits just arrived. I day en route to Tallahassee, where
Prices right, terms light. They are j sh attend the Woman's College.
rr.vu on Hionlnir Piimp in nnri mnl-p f Miss Murphy has many friends in

your selection and pay .. while you j Ocala, having taught in

B. Goldman. 10-tf school here.

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wear.

M s. ranme W1 1 left yesterday amidst a shower of rchased at regular price,, you get
for Jacksonville, where she Will Visit, T XT I annthpr rPrnrrl r.f thP KflmP rrW for

Mr. Norton .P. Davis accompanied! lc. record sale.

Pai.j tri1a, by his friend, Mr. Robert MacKay, ijncert selections.

Grand opera and
With each record

friends for several days.

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
T'hone 158. tf

Miss Marguerite Edwards left Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Tallahassee to resume her
studies at the Woman's College.

Test our delivery service when you
want FRESirmeat. Just 'call phone
:.08. Main Street Market. tf

J. M. and G. L. Meffert left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Columbia Military Institute,
Columbia," Tenn.
Crystal wax, white and red Ber Ber-'y
'y Ber-'y muda onion seeds just in. Bitting &
Phillips. 10-6t
Robert Hall and Nat Mayo left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Washington-Lee Univer Univer--
- Univer-- city, Lexington, Va. ;

rice for Lake Toxaway, f. C, where another record of the same price for
it is said Mr. MacKav will act as his ia nadditional lc. See the larger ad.

"best man." elsewhere in this paper. B Goldman, tf

Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

Mrs. A. DeVane of Jacksonville,
granddaughter and grandson. Miss
Luvylee Schoeflin and Richard De
Vane, were visitors in town yesterday,
guests of Mr. Hansel Leavengood.
They left this afternoon for Mrs. De De-Vane's
Vane's De-Vane's home in Jacksonville after a

visit in Tampa with her daughterr

Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin.

Messrs. Paul and James Brinson of
Gainesville, were visitors in the city
yesterday. The removal of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Brinson and children to
Gainesville from Jacksonville will
give the members of this clever fam family
ily family better opportunities to visit their
Ocala friends.

Salt mullet, already scaled., at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

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WE WILL PUT ON SALE A SPECIAL
PURCHASE OF BEAUTIFUL

PEGGY

Cotton Frocks
Consisting of imported dotted Organdies and
Swisse plain Organdies and imported Ging Ginghams.
hams. Ginghams. These were priced regularly from $25
to $47.50, but due to the lateness of the sea season,
son, season, we were fortunate in purchasing about
75 frocks for about 25 cents and less on the

dollar.
Beginning Jo-mojrow
will go on sale at

morning these frocks

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Let us exchange youi old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.

Phone 19. 23-lm

Nice assortment of White ; Middies
at FISHEL'S. tf

Mirses Mabel Lytle, Eva Theus,
Annabelle Wesson and Marie Math Mathews
ews Mathews left today for the Woman's Col College
lege College irT Tallahassee.

Potato chips at U-Serve Stores, one
ed'st and one west of square. 9-3t

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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

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The World's Famous Artists, such as :

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not there should bejssued by the said ;
district the bonds provided for in the j
foregoing resolution, to-wit: i

Bonds of the said district in the
amount of $10,000, to be dated the
first day of January, 1922, bearing
seven per cent interest per annum ;
from their date, interest payable
semi-annually, $5000 thereof matur maturing
ing maturing ten years from their date, and
$5000 thereof maturing twenty years
from their date, interest being pay-,
able on Jan. 1 and July 1 of each year.,,
It was further ordered that the
secretary of the board cause a notice

of" said election to be published in
one newspaper in Marion county, Fla.,
there being no newspaper published
in said district in the manner require'
ed by law, and that he also cause to

1 ke published in the said newspaper

tion that .the said petition is signed
by not less than 25 per cent of the
duly qualified electors, residing with within
in within the said Anthony special tax school
district No. 35, and by not less than
25 per cent of the duly qualified elec electors
tors electors residing within said district, who
are freeholders. Thereupon C. R.
Vtal, a member of said board, intro introduced
duced introduced the following resolution:
Whereas, this board has received a
petition filed by A. B. Moore and

others, residents of Anthony special
tax school district No. 35, of Marion
county, Florida, petitioning this board
to call an election pursuant to the
laws of Florida, in said special tax

school district, to determine Aether; h'n f bond3 ired for the

tnere snau oe issuea oonas or me ia purpose3 set forth in the petition, the
district in the amount of $10,000, the . :fo,ef. ih t; 4.im

proceeds of which shall be expended nrincinii and interest shall be-!

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ior ine -purpose oi erecting witnui

said district a public school building

for" the exclusive use of, the public

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Gates, Lucy, Soprano
Pbnselle, : Rosa, Soprano
Garden, Mary, Soprano
Miura, Tamaka Soprano

Brown, Eddie, Violinist

Cassalls, Paplo, 'Cellist
Godowsky Leopold Pianist
Grainger, Percy, Pianist
Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Cincinnatti
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free schools therein; and,

Whereas, this board has determined

that the said petition is signed by not
less than 25 per cent of the duly quali qualified
fied qualified electors residing within said dis

trict, and by not les sthan 25 per cent
or the qualified electors residing
therein, who are freeholders.

Now therefore, be it resolved, atjl

this the first meeting of the said 1 1
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til'on that it is hereby determined by
this resolution to be entered in the
records of the said board that the
amount of bonds required for the pur purpose
pose purpose set forth in the said petition is
$10,000; that the rate of interest to
be paid on said bonds is seven per
cent per annum from their date, that
the principal of saaid bonds shall be
due and payable as follows: $5000,
ten years from their date, and $5000
twenty year3 from their date. That
the interest on said bonds shall.be
dated the 1st day of January, 1922.
Mr. C. R. Veal moved the'doptior.
of said resolution, which motion was
duly seconded by A. J. Stephens and
adopted by the unanimous affirmative
vote of all members.

Thereupon on motion duly made j
and adopted, it was ordered that an i

election be held in the Anthony spe-j
cial tax school district No .33, of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, on the 27th day of Sep- j
tember, 1921, to determine whether or j

come due. -No
further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet in special j
session Aug. 16. 1921. '
H. G. Shealy, Sec'y. j

C V. Roberts
Pnone 305

Barney Spencer
Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
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Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
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