The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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V() 27 0CALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 11)21 ', NO. 22-1
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FAVORABLE REPORT
lACIIITOSH All
SEMSATIONAL EVEIIT
T. ROMAIIET'S
BLUFF CALLED BY
EMIT! OF
THE EXPLOSION
AlTOliS ATTACK
THE OLD ALABAMA
THE TREATY
SUfJEBFIElD IT
II II. !. CITY
LAST RIDE III
UR OF BARTLETT

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Of Peace with Germany ami Austria

Ordered Today by the Sen Senate
ate Senate Committee
(Associate 1 Press)
Washington, Sept. 23 A favorable
report on the pe"-: treaties between
the United States i d Germany, Aus Austria
tria Austria and Hungary r a sordered today
by the Senate fore .rn relations com committee.
mittee. committee. LABOR WAl TS PEACE
Labor organizaik.is in Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, France., Italy ?.nd Japan were
asked to join ;in Vorld-wide demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations for disarr ament on Armis Armistice
tice Armistice Day when the r vmament confer conference
ence conference aseembles, in cablegrams sent
out today by Sarm I Gompers.
HUNGARIANS IC-JST GET OUT
Allies Decree Thev Must Withdraw
from Bure 'and or be
Expelled
(Associate Ptms)
Paris, Sept. 23. Hungary must in
the near future completely withdraw
from Burgenland. or West Hungary,
awarded to Austria, or be forcibly
expelled by the allies, according to a
notification given representatives of
that country by the council of am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors here today.
SERVED HPI RIGHT
Sherman Should Have Shared His
Booze With his Friends
Associated. Presaj
Tampa, Septi 22. John Shreman,
a wealthy furniture dealer, pled
guilty in federal coiut here today to
ownership of 14? qua ts of liquor con confiscated
fiscated confiscated in a raid on his warehouse
Wednesday He will be sentenced by
Judge Call tomorrow.
MAY HANG ANY MINUTE
Condemned Men in Suspense or a
Noose at Crestview
- (Associated Press)
Crestview, Sept. 23. Putnam Pon Pon-sell'and
sell'and Pon-sell'and J. B. Martin, sentenced to
hang here today on a double gallows
for the murder J uly 4th of John
Tuggle, who they held up in his auto automobile
mobile automobile and beat to death with rob-?
bery as the motive, are still alive. The
state pardon board at a special ses session
sion session yesterday heard a plea from
Pensell's wife for clemency but re refused
fused refused to take favorable action. The
hour of the execution is undetermi undetermi-pate.
pate. undetermi-pate.
FORT MYERS NEEDS
BETTER JAIL FACILITIES
(Associated Press)
Fort Myers, Sept. 23. An old time
negro woman brought before County
Judge Stout this week for violation
of the liquor laws pled so strongly
that her name not be advertised as
Trior (it a nprsnn mvn vp in a. liuuur
W w .. w I X
case that the judge agreed to with
.hold it.
' The discovery of nine gallons of
moonshine liquor in her home, how
ever, drew a line of ?3UU or six
months in jail, and after a vain at
tempt to convince the judge that she
did not have that much money, she
extracted a $100 bill from her stock
ing and accompanied by an officer
went to ;a bank and casher her per
sonal check for the other $200.
Judge Stout stated that he imposed
a comparatively light fine because
there were no facilities in the county
jail for caring properly for women
prisoners and that he named a sum
within bounds of what she probably
could raise. Both floors of the jail
consist of one room each with a group
of cages built in the center, and with
out any solid partition which would
properly segregate the women from
the men prisoners. As women cannot
be worked on the county roads they
must serve their time in jail if unable
to pay a fine.
EASED HIS CONSCIENCE
FOR THIRTY CENTS
(Associated Press)
Milton, Sept: 23. H. L. Cohen of
this place, is the beneficiary to the
extent of 30 cents in "conscience"
money. Mr. Cohen recently received
a remittance in tnat amount irom a
Georgia resident with the explanation
that 12 years ago he had taken a few
pears from Cohen's place without the
formality of asking permission. Co Cohen
hen Cohen says he does not remember the
remitter.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. ; tf

A Live Game of Ball, in Favor of the

Former Team, on the Ocala Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Yesterday
(By L, T.I.)
Mcintosh and Summerfield met in
Ocala yesterday to decide who had
the best ball team and Mcintosh
won the game but the boys from the
south end still think they are in the
running because they played more
local talent than the northern boys.
Mcintosh had a good looking aggre aggregation
gation aggregation together to go after this
championship game and the fans after
looking them over thought it about a
two-to-one shot that Mcintosh would
win. summerneia saia ai nrsi mat
they would not play because the team
Mcintosh had on the field was not rep representative,
resentative, representative, but they finally decided
to go into the game, win or lose, and
they came near scaring those boys
from up the county to death before
they were through with it.
Gordon Epperson "of Leesburg fame
did the twirling for Mcintosh and a
right good game he pitched, although
the lads from Summerfield landed on
his delivery for six nice hits and
bunched three of these in one inning.
Buck Clements of Ocala did the
twisting for Summerfield, but the
heavy hitters on the Mcintosh side
played havoc with his benders and hit
11 of them to the tall timber. Both
pitchers pitched good ball.
The team put in the field by Mcin
tosh was well known to the fans and
represented practically the best hit hitting
ting hitting bunch in Marion county. Clem
ents did well to hold them to 11 hits.
Such familiar faces as Jim Wallace,
Bull" Young, Walton Bishop, Paul
Swink, Harry Wood, Jot Brooks and
Frank Harris walked out on the field
for Mcintosh and believe me that Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh manager knew how to pick a
hitting team. He had the best that
las been seen on the Ocala park for
the past year or two. Summerfield
played Liddell and Clements in addi-
ion to the regular line--up. They were
just somewhat outclassed, but they
fought a game fight.
A wonderful shoe-string catch by
Walton Bishop, followed by a perfect
peg to the initial sack reminded the
Ocala fans of ye olden days when the
name 'of Bishop was so often on our
tongues. Joe Brooks made a series
of unassisted put outs on first that
got to look unusual. Swink, Wood,
Wallace, Clements and Bishop were
the particular lights at bat. Sum
merfield got away with one double
play and almost made a second on the
same play with the same men on
bases. Mcintosh also got two at one
shot.
The Box Score
Summerfield AB R H PO
A
3
2
1
0
Bowman, c ".4 0 0 10
P. Gale, 2nd 4
Liddell, ss 4
1
2
1
0,
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
Brown, rf ........4 2
Clements, p 3 1
03
0W"0
F. Gale, cf ......'.44
Johnson, 3rd ; . .4
0
0
0
0
5
6
0
0
3
0
0
0
Redding, 1st 4
Moody, if ...2
Haines, If
2 0
Totals ....... .35 6 6 24,13 17
McINTOSH
AB R H PO A E
...5 111 2 2
Swink, 2nd
Epperson, p
....5
....5
...5
....5
1 10 11
2 2 0 3 2
Wood, ss ...
Young, c ...
2 1 13 1 0
Wallace, 3rd
Bishop, cf .
0 1 0 ,0 1
13 110
1 1 12 0 0
I "0 0 0 0
II 0 0 0
Brooks, 1st .... . .4
Harris, If ........ .4
Pape, rf. ......... .4
Totals ........42 10 11 27 8 6
Score. by innings:
Summerfield .....000 203 001 6
Mcintosh ........000 122 23x 10
Summary: Two-base hits, Swink,
Wallace; sacrifice hits, Clements;
double plays, Johnson to Gale to Red Redding,
ding, Redding, Bishop to Brooks; bose on balls
off Clements, 1, off Epperson, 0; wild
pitches, Clements, 1; struck out by
Clements,- 9, by Epperson, 13; stolen
bases, Clements, Bishop and Brooks.
Umpires, Welch and Knott.
BLITCHTON
Blitcthon, Sept. 21. There will be
services at the Baptist church the
first Sunday afternoon in October at
3:30 o'clock,
A number of our people enjoyed a
picnic at Blue Springs last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prine and Miss
Dorothy Lyles of Gainesville spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Blitch.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland L. Wilkerson
EAT AT THE MAXTNE -.
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone

260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf

Mrs.
(Associated Press j
New York, Sept. :23. Miss Mildred
Hanan, daughter of the late Alfred P.
Hanan, head of thi she manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing concern of that name, was shot
three times early tday as she was
emerging from an apartment house
in Brooklyn with John S. Boland, an
importer. Mrs. Grace Lawes, who
fired the shot then ended her own life
by firing a bullet into her brain. Miss
Hanan, who was taken to a hospital,
refused to discuss the shooting.
Boland said Mrs. Lawes stepped
from the shadows as he and Miss Ha Ha-ran
ran Ha-ran emerged from the apartment
house, where they had been visiting
a friend, and fired the shots. He at attributed
tributed attributed the shooting to ealousy. Miss
Hanan's condition is reported critical
but not necessarily fatal.
Mrs. Lawes was a distant relative
of Miss Hanan and for four years had
lived with Miss Hanan and the lat lat-ter's
ter's lat-ter's mother in an i.partment in the
exclusive Park avenue district of
Manhattan. Two weks ago she moved
to a nearby hotel. The police said
she had sent several threatening let
ters recently to Miss Hanan.
COULDN'T STAND THE PACE
A letter in Mrs. Le.wes' pocketbook,
at'dressed to her mother, Mrs. M. L.
Ditmars, San Francisco, concluded
too mich high life. The pace is too
fast and liquor has driven me crazy.
Forgive and forget and remember.
Pray for my soul."
IT'S A WISE GIRL THAT KNOWS
HER MAMA
San Francisco, Sept. 23. Mrs. Dit-
mars denied that she is the mother of
Mrs. Lawes.
Norris' candy. Fresh shipment just
in. The candy that sells on its merits.
Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Kish Market. 24-tf

Miss Mildred Hanan Shot by
Grace Lawes, Who Then
Committed Suicide

EXTRA SPECIAL

Arrived this morning a special
purchase of fine quality 4.0 -inch
Georgette a nd Crepe de Chine, all
colors, $1.95 and $2.25 value. About
5Q.0 yards in the lot.
On Sale Beginning
Tomorrow Morning

Limit,
OCALA

THE CLOU

Unreliable Piece of Canvas on His
Machine Gave Way When he was
Flying at 180 Miles an Hour
(Associated Pres3)
Etampes, France, Sept. 23. Cap Captain
tain Captain Bernard de Romanet, a noted
French aviator and holder of the
world's speed record for one kilo kilometer,
meter, kilometer, was instantly killed here to today
day today while taking part in an airplane
race. j
The canvas on Romanett's machine
tore while he was flying at more than
180 miles an hour,: and he was at a
height of 560 feet when the plane
fell.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER
Messrs. James Hall and J. E.
Thomas, of the Strout Farm Agency,
have made several sales in the last
day or so. All these' sales have been
made on out of town property and
will bring Marion county some new
farmers rvho will help build up our
already good reputation for hog and
hominy.
Mrs. Florence Bowler has purchas purchased
ed purchased the Mrs. Howell home in Anthony
through the Hall agency.
Mr. John A. Wilson of Missouri,
has purchased the Owens place about
l2 miles southwest of Sparr station.
Miss Owens will continue to occupy
the place until spring, when Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson will come to Marion and take
charge of his new home and farm.
The Star is glad to welcome these
good people and wishes for them all
success in good old Marion.
. Avocado pears and letteuce, best to
be had, beets, carrots, blue plums,
peaches, grapes 25c. lb. Dixie Fruit
Store, Harrington Hall block, next to
gas office. Phone 276. 23-3t
For fresh meat call-phone 108. Ma'n
Street Market. tf
CSSfflS

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5 Yards to a Customer.

FRAN

K'S

The Fashion Center
0

Told the White-Clad Kuklux to Keep

Off the Streets of His
Town
(Associated Press)
Temple, Texas, Sept. 23. The Ku
klux made no effort to carry out their
announced parade at Bartlett last
night, according to reports today.
Notices had been posted that a parade
would be held by the klansmen. Mayor
Allen issued a proclamation forbid
ding it and ordered the city marshall
to arrest any persons appearing on
the streets in disguise.
JACKSONVILLE COURT
SIFTING OUT A JURY
(Associated Press)'
Jacksonville, Sept. 23. The twelfth
tentative jury for the trial of John
Pope for murder, in connection with
the killing of George Hickman by;
Frank Rawlings was obtained this
morning and examination of the jury
as a whole was taken up immediately.
Attorneys for both sides expected
several jurors would prove unaccep unacceptable
table unacceptable and be excused.
Two members of the panel were
dismissed and two others were im immediately
mediately immediately selected to take their
places. It was announced that this
process would be continued until
twelve men satisfactory to both the
prosecution and defense were obtain
ed.
ATLANTA GOLF GIRL
HAD THE WORST OF IT
(Associated Pressj
Ottawa, Sept, 23. Miss Cecil
Leitch, British woman golf cham champion,
pion, champion, today defeated Alexa Stirling
of Atlanta, in the Canadian cham championship
pionship championship tournament, three and one in
the semi-finals. Miss Stirling loses
the Canadian championship which she
won last year.
Test our delivery service when you
vant FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
.r.
ipcdl
FLORIDA

Immense Quantity of Chemicals and
Gases Mingled with Liquid

Air at Oppan
(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 23. French govern
ment chemists' inquiry shows that the
explosion in the chemical plant at
Oppau, Germany, was due to spon
luneous decomposition of a new pro product,
duct, product, nitro sulphate of ammonia,
from which wonders were expected as
p. fertilizing agent. The explosion of
this caused the explosion of other
ammonia products, then several gaso gasometers
meters gasometers let go. The plant also con contained
tained contained a quantity of liquor air in
tubes, which added to the power of
the explosion and would tend to ex explain
plain explain its extent and exceptional
character.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council held a regular
meeting at the city hall Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, Sept. 20th. Mr. Thomas, presi president
dent president pro tern, called the meeting to
order. Members present: A. A. Wi Winer,
ner, Winer, C. E. Simmons, B. Goldman and
A. T. Thomas. Minutes of the last
regular meeting read and approved as
recorded.
George W. Cade on account of hav having
ing having lost one limb was granted free
license for a period of one year to
run a restaurant.
Upon motion of Mr. Goldman the
light and water account of the Ocala
Knitting Mill was referred to the city
attorney with power to act.
Matter of purchasing siren for the
chemical truck was left in the hands
of Mr. Winer.
Tax certificates No. 227, Sept 3,
1900, No. 222, Aug. 5th, 1901, and No.
20, July 3rd, 1905, were ordered can cancelled
celled cancelled upon payment of face value of
same.
Communication from the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Lime Company stating it would
be glad to submit prices on lime for
water softening plant, when same is
needed by the city" referred to Man Manager
ager Manager McKenzie.
Request of J. S. Pedrick for exten extension
sion extension of water main to Jacobsville re referred
ferred referred to special committee consist consisting
ing consisting of Councilmen Simmons, Goldman
and Winer, to report on at next meet-
Street Superintendent Martin sub submitted
mitted submitted report of the cost of paving
with lime rock South Sixth street
from Sanchez to Tuscawilla street,
aggregate amount being 116.74 It
was therefore ordered that the prop property
erty property owners along said street be ren rendered
dered rendered bill for said paving as follows:
F. W. Cook, L. B. McKenzie, J. W.
Akin and L. A. Gable, ?19.46 apiece,
being two-thirds of the total cost.
Manager McKenzie submitted re report
port report of light, water, street and sani sanitary
tary sanitary departments for month of Au August,
gust, August, which was read and accepted.
An ordinance providing for the
placing of markers in the intersec intersections
tions intersections of streets in the business section
of the city; requiring all persons op operating
erating operating any vehicle to keep to the
right of such markers, and fixing a
penalty for running against such
markers or in any way injuring or
defacing the same was introduced by
Mr. Simmons, placed upon first read reading
ing reading and referred to the department of
justice.
Following bills ordered paid: Eob Eob-erts
erts Eob-erts & Spencer, $16 Louise Gamsby.
?5Q.; .William Lumpkins, $8.33; city
of Ocala, $5.60; the Book Shop,
$17.82; Union Library Association,
$59.22.
Matter of putting on another man
at the fire station and allowing an
increase of $5 per month for the truck
drivers was referred to Mr. Winer
with power to act.
Mr. Thomas was authorized to dis
pose of the horses which are not need
ed for the sanitary department.
Councilmen Simmons and Thomas
were authorized to arrange plaoe for
keeping the city's trucks, also to as ascertain
certain ascertain what disposition can be made
of the city barn property.
Following report read and accepted
upon motion of Mr. Winer:
Ocala, Fla, Sept. 20.
Honorable City Council:
Gentlemen: In regard to the pound
ordinance, I recommend its passage
as read with the exception that the
fee of the Lti ponding officer shall re remain
main remain as it 13; that the officer shall
remain on a salary, not on a ccmrais ccmrais-the
the ccmrais-the ordinance. With the
ahnve ehanee only I recommend
its
passage. Respectfully,
B. Goldman,
Head Dept. of Justice,
More time was given on the im
pounding ordinance.
The clerk and assessor ci taxes
submitted city tax books for 1221
which were examined and approved
and ordered placed in the hands of

Her Last Service to Her Country La to
Stand as a Target for the
War Planes

(Associated Pressj
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 23. Aviators
from Langley field today are bombing
the old battleship Alabama with
smoke, tar and phosphorous bombs.
The vessel, was anchored in Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake Bay off Tangier Island. Tests
for two days will consist wholly cf
gas bombs.
LEON niGn FOOTBALL
BOYS UP AND DOING
(Associated Prews)
Tallahassee, Sept. 23. Leon high's
pigskin warriors are rapidly round rounding
ing rounding into shape and the prospects for
a winning eleven this year are said
to be excellent. Three complete
squads are turning out for practice
at each session. Blitch. last year's
quarter, is believed to have the edge
on aspirants for the rrnsitmn Ma
year, while Burr ar.d Hicks are said
to promise well at half-back. Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell is considered to be the best bet
a full, while of the linemen, Hall and
Ball are contesting for center. It's
a hard choice between Shuler, Palmer
and Ervin for the guards, and Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Bliss and Cockran are out for
the tackles. The ends are sought by
Robert Parker, Gray, Ausley and
Proctor. Cobb and Wilson appear as
good material for either the line or
the backfield.
ANTHONY
We arejustly proud of Miss Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Manning, who graduated from
the Ocala high school in 1S20, and
Miss Alma Priest, who graduated
from that school this year. Each at attended
tended attended the University of Florida this
summer, took the teachers' examina examination
tion examination and receive first grade certifi certificates
cates certificates and each is yet in her "teens."
A pretty wedding took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Moore
Saturday evening. Mr. E. W. Albury
of Miami, and Miss Naomi McKennon
of Eastman, Ga, were the contracting;
parties. A very impressive ceremony
was performed by Rev. C. L. Collins
of Ocala. Miss Vernice Martin of
Electra, was maid of honor, and Mr.
W. S. Baskin was best man. Other
attendants were Misses Ora Moore,
Lillian Gates, Mrs. Junie Perkins and
Mrs. Reginald Ragsdale. Miss Beulah
Morrison played the wedding march.
The bride wore a pretty traveling
suit of navy tricotine and carried a
large bouquet of white roses and
fern. She has visited her aunt, Mrs.
Moore here several times and has
won the love and friendship of all
who know her. The groom is a prom promising
ising promising young man and has a position
with the Western Union Telegraph
Company. Mr. and Mrs. Albury left
shortly after the ceremony amidst a
shower of good wishes, for their
honeymoon trip down the East Coast,
before going to their home in Georgia.
Mr. E. C. Eeuchle? received a car
load of dairy catlle for the Anthony
Farms Tuesday.
The body of Mr. Louis Lang cf
Ocala, was interred in the Anthony
cemetery Wednesday afternoon.
A large crowd of friends and rela relatives
tives relatives witnessed the marriage of Miss
Mattie Leitner and Capt. Gus Felter
of Nyack, N. Y., Tuesday evening at
the home of the brides' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Jeitner. The bride
wore beaded georgette over white
satin. Mr. John Leitner and Miss
Helen Taylor of Nyack were the only
attendants. Rev. Mann of Citra per performed
formed performed the ceremony. Capt. and !Irs.
Felter will make their home in II i i-amL
amL i-amL The bride was raised in An Anthony
thony Anthony and has a great many relatives
and friends who wish them every hap happiness.
piness. happiness. Mrs. W. A- Slay, her two daughters
and niece, Miss Still, of Biffalo, Ala.,
arrived in Anthony Friday. 'Mrs.
Slay's husband and the remainder cf
the family will arrive in about trro
weeks.
Miss Carolyn Pasteur returned tome
Wednesday from the Ocala hospital.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds cf sugar for cm dollar,
with a dollars worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phcnes 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Mother your salvation. Wonder
Hose for the "Kiddies. FISUEL'S. tf
tax collector to commence the collec collection
tion collection of city taxes as required by law.
Time for holding council raeetirss
was changed from 8 p. ra. to 7:2 1
o'clock p. ex.
Council thereupon adjourn c-i.



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DEDICATION" OF THE NEW

SCHO0LH0USE AT KENDRICK

LIFE

FIRE

Summer is officially over, but it

doesn't Beem to know it.

Gen. Pershing has received a great

reception in France.

Arbuckle's coifee has been roasted
many years, and Arbuckle's fat will

be fried in due time.

Steam-laundries, it is reported, do

not kill germs, but from the looks of
the output the germs must know

they've been in a battle when they

come out of one.- New York World

Florida editors held a meeting at

Crooked Lake. Now, you fellows,
who want to say something mean
hnut editors, can cret busy. St. Pe

tersburg Times.

We surely are derned careless about
naming our lakes.
The citizens of Ocala seem to think
that the state road department was
formed to build roads. Wrong. It was
formed to provide offices for politi politicians.
cians. politicians. Clearwater Sun.
SKucks, man; Ocalawas the first
place to tell the state road depart department
ment department what it was.

The Irish government is. giving

Lloyd George a lot of trouble for a
thing cwhose existence he doesn't ad-rait.-Times-Union.
Nothing like the trouble that has
been caused this poor old world by
something whose existence no human
can prove.
As was to be expected the question
Of manslaughter is sinking to a posi position
tion position of subordinate importance to the
question of booze carrying in the Ar Ar-buckle
buckle Ar-buckle case. Times-Union.
If It hadn't been for the booze,
thefe wouldn't have been any er,
manslaughter.
We note with great pleasure that
the Times-Union has started a drive

' against gambling joints and tinhorn
sports in Jacksonville. More power

to its elbow, and it may be sure that

if it carries the crusade to the limit,

if it can't eliminate vice it can at
least make it sneak in darkness in

stead of stalking in broad noonday.

In ,1918, Marion county voted
rninr. th 10-mill school-tax. and

was held up to scorn by "progressive

pedagogues. Bat Marion has paid her
teachers and found school rooms for

her children, and this year she twill

not have to "run on her face" as

some of the "progressive" counties

are doing.

Dante, who died in September,

1821, is best known as the writer of
Paradise Lost. His life is well worth

studying.- Stamford, Conn., Advo

Some of our contemporaries, who

probably never read the works of

Dante or Milton, are inclined to poke

fun at the forecroinff. But if hell

. isnt Paradise lost, what is it?

Ed Naugle, of the St. Petersburg
Times, wrote an editorial the other
2A? that filled the double-measure
eoTamn and nan over. Does he sup suppose
pose suppose anybody has time to read such a

long story as that -Times-Union

Depends on what it's about. We,

Wrote one about that long the other

day, and from the Hail Columbia we
are catching we are pretty sure that
everybody between the St. Johns
river and! the Withlacoochee read it.

Monday,: Sent. 12th, dawned bright

and fair and was a day not soon to

bs forgotten by the people of Ken-!

drick and the surrounding commu-

iity. For several weeks the sound of

the hammer and the buzz of the saw

had been heard at work on the new

school building and this day had been
set apart for the opening of school

and the dedication of. the new house.

By nine o'clock many of the pupils

and patrons had gathered on the
grounds and others kept coming until

11 o'clock, when the school bell sound

ed, reminding the pupils that school

time was here and brought back to
memory the happy school days of the

-ast to the older ones.

All gathered at the school building

and Mr. Webb called order and gave
an address of welcome, after which
"Fl irda, My Florida," was sung by

the audience. Invocation by Mr. Ben

nett, the Methodist pastor, and Mr.

Webb introduced the teachers, Miss
Jeslvn Sherwood and Miss Pearl Hall,

both of whom responded in a few well

chosen words. The county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and Mr. Newcomb Barco each

nave a short talk and then the pa patrons
trons patrons were called upon. Mrs. Chap-

relle came forward and made a very

enthusiastic talk, stating her appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the new house and the ef

forts Mr. Webb had put. forth in

building it. To prove her apprecia

tion she unwrapped and presented

him wit ha big, pretty frosted cake

hat made all hungry. -.,,

Mrs. Webb then very ably render

ed a tribute to the flag that stirred

gvery heart for the love of Old Glory,
after which American was sung and

then a praver offered. The ladies

moved out to a table that had been

prepared early in the morning and

soon a bountiful feast was prepared

for all present. One could not de

scribe the dinner with pen, so you

know we all enjoyed it.

Soon after dinner the pupils were

called into the house and the teach

ers began their duties in helping the
vound minds to grow. Many of the

patrons lingered around the grounds,
'aughing, talking and enjoying them themselves
selves themselves in a good neighborly way.
The school house is one of the
prettiest in the county or elsewhere,
well built and painted. It is situated
so that it has a very beautiful view
from the south and Dixie Highway
and it besneaks the pride of the whole

community. No doubt that Kendrick

will have an up-to-date school and

1 one that will be a landmark on the

road of education and all that are thus

interested extend to that little town
and community their best wishes and

congratulations. One Present.

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDINT AUTOMOBILE

1 W is tlw iiiwto
look tftefljourjiair

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Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain

Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
9-20-10t

BANKRUPT SALE
The stock of groceries, store
fixtures, auto truck and store
accounts of J. J. Jirash will be
offered for sale at store room
formerly occupied by Jirash
Grocery Company at corner of
Main street and Ft. Bang Ave.,
in Ocala, Florida, on Saturday,
September 24th, 1921, at 10
o'clock a. m. Trustee reserves
right to reject any and all bids,
and to sell said assets separ separately
ately separately or in bulk. All sales sub subject
ject subject to confirmation of court.
Elmer DeCamp, Trustee
OCALA, FLORIDA

Scalp atone

A stimulating refreshing
tonic promotes present
hair qrowtli and arouses
a state of hair-health which
may save you years of vvny

later on in lite. Uoes nor
discolor bbnd or white hnr

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112 Ff. King Ave.
Ocaln, Fla.
Come, hear Rachmaninoff play

i Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodie No. 2

j and see the new MILLINERY at

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DOOR F:

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Ocala, Fla.

HARDWARE

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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

LETTER FROM CHAIRMAN OF

STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT

0 Hi -s
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The

Mutual Life
Insurance Company
of New York

a
The Oldest Leg 4 Reserve
Company in Ameica

One of the largest :.nd strongest
ccmp:ini?s m the world

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

You Get a Run
for your money at our
lant. We are hot after
your trade, and will sure sure-iy
iy sure-iy make it of interest to
you to deal with us.
'
WE Insure a Long Run for
Your Tires.

Mrs. E. C. Bennett
Agent
Ocala, Florida

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

Under the headline, "Does Ocala
Want Oklawuha Wrecked," the vPa vPa-latka
latka vPa-latka News criticises the Star's edi edi-torial
torial edi-torial of the 20th. The Star has no
kick cWiing, as the News reproduces
said editorial and we are willing to
let it stand for itself. But as for the
' figures 'about the amount the road
owes Marion.' and which the News

says is only $5860.61, Tax Collector
Stripling took them right off his
books and handed them to the Star.
Nobody, the; controller nor any one
else; can furnish any other figures,
for all othei-s must be taken from
these. Neither the Star nor anybody
else in Marian county wants the O.
V. junked, but are surprised that
anybody wants it allowed to dodge its
taxes or evade its honest debts.

State Road Department of Florida
, Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 21.

Mr. E. H. Martin, Ocala, Fla.:

Dear Sir: Your wire received and

I wired you:

"Resolution not rescinded. Will

give you camp at earliest possible

moment."

In relation to the new convicts, we j

expect to get, as I wrote you a few,
days ago, these are second grade men
and we do not know just how much

work they are going to be able to dj.

The governor has directed us to get

these nn out of Raiford at the
earliest possible moment. We have

two camps already bunt ana we ex

pect to put the negroes in these and

the white men we expect to put in
Jackson county and keep them in
these camps until we can get them

organized into an efficient working
force. ;

It is probable that we will have to

exchange men from some of our old
camps to make up an effective work

ing force. We may be able to use

some of the second grade men as

drivers, cooks, etc., in the, old camps
and thus release some of the trained

men for duty in the new camps. But

we must first find out what these new

men are good for. I am not au authorized
thorized authorized without an order from the

board, to take any one of k the old

camps at work on other projects to
send to your county.
The only work we are about to
finish is the grade on the road from
Lake City to Jacksonville. A full

camp of these men will be ready for

removal in a few days, but I cannot
give you these, for the reason that
the board at our last meeting in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville ordered me to transfer all of
the men working on this road to road
No. 1, west of Lake City. And these
are the only camps about to finish the
work they are now doing, it must be
plain to vou that the best I can do

for your county is to make up a camp
as soon as possible.
I do not understand why your work
in Marion county should be delayed
because I do not send you at once
the camp of convicts, unless you ex expect
pect expect to build your whole road with
on3 camp of convicts. I' hope you will
not try to do this, as it will mean a
very long delay in getting your road
built. If your people want me to
send you a lot of these second grade

men, and will provide quarters xor
them, I will send them immediately.

but" I think you would be making a
mistake in doing this.

Yours very truly,
H. B. Phillips, Chairman.

BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
OCALA, FLORIDA

I AUCTIdERIilG

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

SPECIAL

Saturday
September 24

Pretty patterns light and
and dark ENSIGN PER PERCALES,
CALES, PERCALES, worth 30c yard.
Special for Thursday and
all day Friday, at yard

. Nice assortment of Winter GING GINGHAMS,
HAMS, GINGHAMS, Luzanne LINENS, Percales,
Chambrays, Denims, Khaki, Apron
Checks and OUTINGS just, received
t FISHEL'S. tf

FRANK'S

The Fashion Center

I.

OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT

Pay Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm? rs
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Dcala. Fla,

f J louring Lars

Speed Wagons

Full Line of GOODYEAR Tire

Free Delivery, Service
Courtesey, Quality
Phone f62
Crescent Grocery
7 N. Magnolia St.
Staple and Fancy
Groceries

Some of our every day
prices :

Octog n Soap, large
size
Senater
Coffee

Best Bulk
Tea

Fresh Sweet Milk C -daily,
quart.. Iflv

Light House Washing
Powder

6 for 25c
We also carry a good
line of Kingans Smoked
Meats.
Honest goods at honest
prices. Live and let live
our motto.

8c
40c

... 50c

15c

5c

EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
' and Repairing

Bicycles and Supplies

B

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ON

Fort King Ave. & Osceola St.

Ocala, Florida

a

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

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One East of Square, One West of Square
WHITTINGTON & PHILLIPS. Ocala. Florida i
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have to wait for special days as every day is a bargain I
I day here, read the list below and surely you can see a
I saving of a few pennies, if so, come around iand let's :
; get acquainted. Learn to
I Shop With a Basket the U-Serve Way j
i Mr. Camp on the West Side of the. Square and Mr. Edwards on the East I
$ will take pleasure in showing you the sections where each article is carried, :
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and on your next trip you are conipieieiy ui uuiuc.
& Kingans Sliced Bacon, per
& box,

Kingans Reliable Hams, 8 to 10 lbs.
average
Irish Potatoes, per
peck.
Cheese, per
pound ------ ---
Cloverbloom Butter, per
pound... .-
Maxwell House Coffee, per
pound

White House Coffee, per

pound

48c
35c
60c
27c
47c
38c
38c

Be sure and look at our Beechnut line, we have a complete stock, and you
all know the quality.

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EAT AT, THE MAXIM E
Best meals in the city for 30 cents.
Twenty-one rat-al ticket for ?7. Phcne
2G0, 310 N. Mitir. ttreet 27-t

fl

C V. Roberts
Phone SO 5

Barney Spencer
Phone 431

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ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENl-
Oflfice Phone ii50. Ocaia, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

few

x'ti. Return from post grad grad-uate
uate grad-uate course Oct. 1st.
'kiV' Latest methods, complete
J&fZ .S' equipment, ensuring the
very best service.
DK. Jv. J. WFJHE.
Optometrist htA Optician
'npt"ialsst-

KATHLEEN
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SYNOPSIS.

CHAPTER L WJth his iwo daughters,
Alix and Cherry, the latter Just eighteen
ears old, and his niece, Anne, Doctor
?trich!.ind, retired, is living at Mill Valley.-
h pfiort distance from Sn Francisco.
Hl closest friend is Peter Joyce, soaie-Wn-t
of u reriusa. Visiting la the vi vicinity,
cinity, vicinity, Martin Lloyd, minin engineer,
,'aiiri in love with, and secretly becomes
r-ngaged to Cherry.

Acetylene Wilding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored'
Brd ;s Relined
All w r!.. ih ne by experts
and every j b g-iaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Pho' e 597

Martin iid not answer, but turning
briskly toward the doctor, he devoted
himwlf to th business In hand.
They were alt deep in the first
united tng. each person placed care carefully
fully carefully by the doctor, and guys for the
rlrivt-n at. interval? decided by

NEEBSAiv; ,0TCR-(:0;
Auto Rc pairing
G.isohnt, O i and Grease
Large lii;e of Hiet trial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
FORD REP A IR1NG
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
jplicise 232

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL I ONTRACTOR -AND
Hi ILDER
Careful cstin .;tes made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and bttter
work for the m-. y than any other
coii.racfor in the c'ty.

FLOWER SEEDS
AND BULBS
Special Mixtures, Sweet Peas,
Dwarf Nasturtium in Bulk,

G. C. GREENE
Phone 435

SEE FOR
Everything in '! c Building line
My Vtcrh is Gucrcnteed
W. A. 'HNSMAN

"The Stucca Mm" Phone 526

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of pa3scnget
trains at OCALA UNION bi'ATi ON
Tne following schedule figures pub
lished as information and iot gua
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Tampa-
Manaiee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N.York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm
i :05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pro
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Lieave Arrive
i:27 am Jackson ville-N'York 2:33 lis,
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gaiksvil.e 3:24 pn:
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 ana
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 prr
7:10 am 'Dunnellon-Wilcx
7:25 am "'Dunellon-Lkolaiid 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 air
4:45 pm Gainesville' 11:50 an
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Fuebaay, Thursday Saturday

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc

MOVS, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
Ft" It NIT LIRE. ETC

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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Laughing and Smothered With Roses,
She Crept l!nto View.

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W COOK'S MARKET & GROCERY i

Everything To Eat

$ MEATS AND GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Telephone No, 243

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ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Pr'ompt Service
. Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

THE YvTODSOR HOTEL
jacp:sonville, Florida
n the hean of the Hty witii Hemming Park for a from yard.'
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service
second to none

ROBERT A!. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KA VAN AUG II
Proprietor.

Martin, when there was an Interrup Interruption
tion Interruption for Cherry's arrival on the scene.
With characteristic coquetry she did
not approach, as tie others had, by
means of the front porch and the gar garden
den garden path, but creft from the study
window into a veritable runnel of
green bloom, and came crawling down
It, as sweet and fragrant, as lovely
and as fresh, as tfc? roses themselves.
Her bright head was hidden by a blue
sunbonnet, assume 1,' she explained
later, because the 1 horns tangled her
hair; but as, laughing and smothered
with roses, she cii'pt Into view, the
sunbonnet slipped t ack, and the love lovely,
ly, lovely, flushed little face, with tendrils of
gold straying across the white fore fore-bead,
bead, fore-bead, and mischief gleaming In the
blue,- blue eyes was framed only In
loosened pale gold hair.
Years afterward Alix remembered
her so, as Martin Lloyd helped ber to
spring free of the branches, and she
stood laughing at their surprise and
still clinging to his. hand. "The day
we raised the rose tree" had a place
of its own In Alix's memory, as a time
of carefree fun and content, a time of
perfume and sunshlne perhaps the
last time of Its kind that any one of
them was to know.
Cherry looked at Martin daringly as
she Joined the laborers ; her whole be being
ing being was thrilling to the excitement of
his glance; she was hardly conscious
of what she was doing or saying. Mar Martin
tin Martin came close to her, in the general
confusion.

"How's my littl s sweetheart this
morning?"
Cherry looked tip, her throat con contracted,
tracted, contracted, she looked down again, un unable
able unable to speak. She had been waiting
for his first word ; now that It had
come It seemed so far richer and
sweeter than her wildest dream."
"How can I see you a minute?" Mar Martin
tin Martin murmured, snapping his big knife
shut.
"I have to walk down for the mall
stammered Cherry, conscious only
of Martin and herself.

Both Peter and her father were ;
watching her with an uneasiness and
suspicion that had sprung Into being
full-blown. Both men were asking
themselves what they knew of this
strange young man who was suddenly
a part of their intimate little world.
. Peter, in his secret heart, had a
vague, dissatisfied feeling that Lloyd
was a man who held women, as a
class, rather In dLsrespect, and had

'probably had his experiences with

them, but there wits no way of ex expressing,
pressing, expressing, much lei5s governing his
conduct toward, Martin by st purely
speculative a prejudice. Somewhat
appalled, in the sunny garden, strug struggling
gling struggling with the banksla, Peter decided
that this was not much to know of a
person who might have the audacity
to fall In love with an exquisite and
Innocent Cherry. After all, she would
not be a little girl forever; some man
would want to take that little corn corn-colored
colored corn-colored head and that delicious little
pink-clad person away with him some
day; to be his wife
And suddenly Peter was torn by a
stab of pure pain, and he stood puz puzzled
zled puzzled and sick. In the garden bed, won wondering
dering wondering what was happening to him.
"Listen want a drink T Alix asked,
coming out with a tin dipper that
spilled a glittering sheet of water
down the thirsty nasturtiums. "Rest
a few minutes, Peter. Dad wanted a
pole? and Mr. Lloyi has gone up Into
the woods to-cut one."

And where's Cherry?" Peter asked.

drinking deep.

"She went alone Just up in the

woods here!" Alix answered. "They'll

be back before you could get there.

They've been gone five minutes I"

Five minutes were enough to take

Cherry and her lover out of sight of
the house, enough to have him put his
arm about her, and to have her raise

her lips confidenrjy, and yet shyly,
again to his. They kissed each other

deeply, again and again.

Their talk was incoherent. Cherry

was still playing, coquetting and smil smiling,
ing, smiling, her words few, and Martin, hav having
ing having her so near, cauld only repeat the

endearing phraseii that attempted to

" express to her his love and fervor.

"You darling Do you know how I

love you?. You dtirllng you little ex

quisite beauty! Do you love me do

yon love me?" Martin murmured, and

Cherry answered breathlessly :
"You know I do but yon know
dol"

Presently he selected the sapling

redwood, and brought It down with
two blows of his ax. The girl seated
herself beside him. helped him strip
the trunk, their hands constantly
touching, the in art once or twice delay delaying
ing delaying her for one more snatched and
laughing kiss. And Martin said that
he was going to caake her the happiest
wife a man ever had.
Dragging the stripped tree, they ran
down the sharp hill to the house just
as Anne came cut to announce lunch luncheon.
eon. luncheon. Peter was wandering off In the
woods nearby, but came at AIIx's
shrill yell of summons, and looked re
lleved when he saw Cherry and 31ar 31ar-tln
tln 31ar-tln not even talking to each other.
Thev had been tone only ten minutes.

It was a happy meal for everyone,
and after It they had attacked the rose
bush again, with aching muscles now.
and in the first real summer heat. It
was three o'clock before, with a great
crackling, and the scream f a twist twisted
ed twisted branch, and a general panting and
heaving on the part of the workers
at last the feathery mass had risen a
foot two feet Into the air, had
stood tottering like a wall of bloom
and finally, with a downward rush,
had settled to Its old place on the
roof. Hong was pressed Into service
now. and with Martin, was on the
roof, grappling with a rope, shouting
directions.
There was a rending, slipping noise
on the roof, a scream from Martin,
and shouts from the doctor and Peter,
With a great sliding and rushing of
the refractory sprays, and with a hor
rifylng stumbling and falling, down
came Martin, caught In a great rope
of the creeper, almost at Cherry's feet
A time of great running and callini
ensued. Cherry dropped on her knees
beside him, and had his head on hei
arm for a moment; then her father
took her place, and Alix, with an as astonished
tonished astonished look at the younger girl's
wet eyes, drew her sister away. Im
mediately afterward Martin sat up.
looked bewllderedly about from on
face to another, looked at his scratched
wrist and said "Geer in a thoughtful
tone.
"You scared Cherry out of ten
years growth I" Alix reproached Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. "I 1 thought he might have hurt
himself I" Cherry said. In the softest
of little-girl voices, and with her shy
little head banging. Anne decided
that It was becoming her clear duty
to talk to Cherry.
A few minutes later Alix, Peter and

Martin left for the dally cereurony of

tfcer's face, they saw that ij d firm
-email hand she drew her lawr .ie
her. Martin Lloyd. smflins fact
showed above tiers in the him: !'"!?.
"Dad!" said Cherry, with H -h
breath. "Dad! lu br-!u Martin
to supper!"

CHAPTER HI.
The three ar the table c-t rot move
for perhaps twenty s'ow stcn!. Dr.
Strickland, who had pushed buck h h-chair,
chair, h-chair, and whose hands were -riinj
on the table before Mm, stared jjt t!. ;i
steadily. Anne, with a quick :;.u :;.u-hiss
hiss :;.u-hiss of surprised sm'led 'faintly. A":x
the unstilted. widened l.er ee:. :.,
opened her mouth iu uu;irTeted as
tonishuiejit. For there was no a;;-
taking derry's tone.
"Doctor." sa!d Slart'n. ronm.? in

"this little girl of yours and 1 have

something to tell vou.

The old man looked at him sh;r::!v

almost sternly, looked ahonr at th

girls" faces, and was silent.

'Are you surprised. Daddy?" Cberrv

laughed, with ail a child's iment

exultation. The uext ins'aut Auue

and Martin were shaking hand. a;i

Alls had enveloped C'nerrv !n fin en-

"husiastl emhraoe

(Continued Tomorrow)

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located

m Commercial Bank building. OS.e

pnone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-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

FARMERS' EXCHANGE ST-

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Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

'i'I T 1199 Try It it is a JWf trht tir.rrr

Cherry Bell

as good as any en! less in price

UNEED.kS cud all former n
10c rjkers. Crackers... OC

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

Cherry Bell Flour
24. lb sack
Bauer's Self-Rising
24 lb sack

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

Senate Coffee, 1 A
three pounds for. P X X J

20c
15c

. 15c
.. 12c
. 45c
... 8c
. 21c
... 55c
$1.35
$1.30

30c
30c
40 c
75c

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

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen.
Evaporated Milk
small

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

40c
75c
65c
40c
30c
15c

$1,70
7c

80 c
05c
65 c
30c
15c
75c

Pnrina Feed far Cows, Chickens and Morses. Free Delivery

walking Into the village for the mail. SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Th hnnsp o-na ierr ettll oorl cmn. im

mer sweetness was drifting through 16 Punds sugar for one dollar,
wide-opened windows and doors; the with a dollar's worth of other groc-

long day was slowly declining. Anne eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

peeped Into the deserted living room, only. Phones 377 and 162.

softened through all Its pleasant

shabblness Into real beauty by the

shafts of sunset red that came In
through the casement windows; and
was deliberating between various be

coming occupations for Martin

might walk back with the girls

when her uncle called her.

"Anne you weren't there when that
young chap tumbled. But Tve been

worrying about it a little. There's no

question there's no question that she

that Cherry called him by bis

name. 'Martin,' she called him."
Anne had crossed to the shadowy
doorway; she stood stllL
"You've not noticed anything be

tween him and Cherry?" pursued the
doctor. A girl might call a man by

his name, I suppose

"I don't think there has been any

thing to notice," Anne stated. In a level

tone.

"Well, It must be stopped. If It has
begun," decided her uncle, ."I can't

permit it rd forgotten how the little

witch grows I"

Again Anne was silent. She was

not in love with Martin Lloyd; she
was not as susceptible as the much

younger Cherry, and she had not had

his urging to help ber to a quick sur

render. But for the first time In her

life she had seen an absolutely suit

able man, a man whose work, position.

looks, name and character fitted her

rather exacting standard, and for the

first time she had let herself think

confidently of being wooed and won.

And, standing In the doorway, she

tasted the last bitter dregs of the
dream. It was all over. Anne was

at the age that sets twenty-five years

as the definite boundary of spinster-

hood. She would be twenty-live In

August. 6

Alix came in from her walk glow

ing, and full of a great discovery.

"Dad," she said eagerly, taking her

place at the supper table, "what do

you think! I'll bet you a dollar that

man is railing in love with our

Cherry !"

Anne, at the head of the table.

looked pained, but there was genuine

apprehension In the doctor's face.
"Where la your sister?" he asked.

"Down there by the gate," A!tx an

swered. "They're gazing soulfully Into
each other's eyes, and all that Peter

went home. But Cherry with a bean!

Isn't that the ultimate extension of

the limit I'm crazy about It I think
it's great I love weddings! Thisll

be the third I've been to!"

"All this seems to nave come up

very suddenly,' the doctor said, dazed

ly, rumpling his gray hair with a fine
old hand. "I don't Imagine your sister

is taking It as seriously as you and

Anne seem Inclined to"

"Oh, does Anne think sol" Alix ex

claimed.

"I think Cherry is one of the for

tunate girls destined to drift along

the surface of life," Anne said, "and

to accept wifehood quite simply. I

only wish I were that type

She was Interrupted by Cherry her

self. The girl came to the porch door.

and as she hesitated there a minute.

with her smiling eyes seeking her fa-

tf

H. B. WIIITTINGTON.

We have the cloth for tough school
wear. FISHEL'S- tf

Read the want ads.

Pretty line
FISHEL'S.

of new

Skirts at
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This is a Studebaker year.

WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF

V.

Blocli's Hand Tailored Clothes for Men and Young
Prices $30.00 to 840.00
In all patterns and newest models. Also a complete Une of Gent's Furnishings.
' .SOLE AGENTS FOR 4

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Famous Dunlap and J. P. Mens' and Boys' Hats in
Smith's High Grade All Styles
QL COMPLETE UNE OF

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:$ in all leathers and shapes i Boys' Suits and Knee Pants o

3o

You are cordially invited to call at our store and make your selections while
our stock is complete

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

Dadl" Said Cherry, "I've Brought
Martin to Supper."

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OCALA EVENING STAR, fRlDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921

HUB
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Miss Mary Connor, who came in
from Inverness yesterday and was
the guest over night of her sister,
Mrs. B. F. Condon, left this morning
for New Smyrna, to take up her du
ties in the high school, where she is
in charge of the music classes.
Avocado pears and letteuce, best to
be had, beets, carrots, blue plums,
peaches, grapes 25c. lb. Dixie Fruit
Store, Harrington Hall block, next to
gas office. Phone 276. 23-3t
Mr. Harold C. Seymour, who has
been making' his home in Ocala for
the past year, left this morning for
Tampa, where he associated himself
with a business concern and will
make his permanent home. Mrs. Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, who has been visiting relatives
in the north for the past three
months, will join Mr. Seymour in
Tampa shortly. They have made
many friends in Ocala who hove to
have them return for frequent visits.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Among the other new houses being
erected in Ocala is a neat little cot
tage being built by Mr. S. S. Sav Savage
age Savage Jr. on the corner of South Fifth
and Watula streets. This is one of a
number of small houses that Mr.
Savage has built for rent in the past
year. Mr. Savage is a firm believer
in the future of Ocala and feels that
all you have to do to get people in
town is to furnish them with a place
to live.
The war is over, but you can't make
the landlords believe it. Houston
PjJSt.
. The Tuesday night auction club, has
Reached out and taken into its fold
another Very good auction player in
the person of Miss Sarah Dehon. This
select club of young ladies will soon
have a corner on the expert auction auction-ites.
ites. auction-ites. On account of advancing prices on
all cotton goods we cannot guarantee
our present low prices longer than
15 days. FISIIEL'S. tf
This Is a Studebaker year.
tf

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807 S. time St. Phone 242
Where You Get the BEST
For LESS
Eventually you are going to buy here, BECAUSE
we have the LOWEST AVERAGE grocery cost in
Ocala. Why not now?
We sell Kingan's Butter, Oleo, Boiled Ham, Boned
and Rolled Ham, Breakfast Bacon and North's
White Bacon. 1

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We would not jeopardize
the reputation for 1 onest
value which attaches our ourselves
selves ourselves as representatives
of Dodge Brothers motor
cars, by allowing you to
buy here a used Dodge
Brothers car which is not
in every way, an honest
value.

Mack
Phone 348
if! m

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 II. B. WHITTINGTON.
Yesterday morning a horse belong belonging
ing belonging to an out of town, man became
frightened at an A. C. L. train at the
corner of South Third and Osceola,
causing some little excitement for a
few minutes. When the train came
across the crossing at South Third
street the horse was not sure that the
iron monster wa3 going to sticky to
the rails so he started backing away
from the track as fast as he could.
Now it happened that in the mean meantime
time meantime Master Billie Barnett had driven
his horse and wagon down behind the
frightened horse and when the back
ing began Billie's horse was not so
swift on his feet as the frightened
horse and a collision between buggy
and wagon resulted. Outside of the
excitement and a few pieces of har harness
ness harness broken, little damage was done
and no one was hurt in the scrim
mage.
Avocado pears and letteuce, best to
be had, beets, carrots, blue plums,
peaches, grapes 25c. lb. Dixie Fruit
Store, Harrington Hall block, next to
gas office. Phone 276. 23-3t
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Therrell return
ed yesterday afternoon on the Sea
board from a two months vacation
spent in the mountains in North
Carolina.. They are much surprised
at the many new houses that have
L sen constructed or begun while they
were away.
Call phone i08 when you want groc
pries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hawkins and
mother, Mrs. C. E. Hawkins of
Brooksville, and Mrs. J. C. Bell of
Hernando, were in town shopping yes
terday and today.
Mrs. L. H. Pillans is giving this
afternoon a rook party in honor .o
her daughter, Miss Cora Mae.
Our good old friend, Hamp Cham
bers, has been sick for a few days
but is better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Gerig have
returned from their vacation at Day
j tona Beach. Albert lost Tiis cap, and
I returns to us with a handsome tan on
' top of his head.
r 1 .(r
Taylor
OCALA FLA.

Mrs. S. Bland Ware has returned

from her visit to Atlanta and Macon.
Mrs. Anna Tweedy of DeLand is
visiting her Ocala friends.
Mrs. Robert Van Brunt of Inver
ness, who has been at the hospital for
everal days, is steadily recovering.
Miss Edna Sipple is home from a
isit to Clearwater and Safety Har
bor.
The county judge has issued a mar
riage license to Mr. Clyde W. Taylor
of Orlando and Miss Lucille Brice of
sland Grove. 9
Mr. Chris Simmons' family is back
fiom a vacation at Boca Grande, to
the great joy of Chris, who has been
doing his own cooking.
Harry Moore, who slew an immense
attlesnake the v other day, ended the
career of another two days later, and
now has two fine snakeskins as tro trophies.
phies. trophies. Mrs. Ellsworth Jones (nee Miss
Lou Moody), Dr. Herr and Mrs. Mal-
ard, all of Lake Weir, were in the
iity shopping today.
Mr. Alvin Cooper, service represen
tative of the Garford Motor Truck
Company, is in Ocala today to inspect
the various Garford trucks being used
in the city and county. The Murphy
Motor Company is the distributor for
Garford trucks.
Conductor L. E. Cason of the A. C.
L. is here, on the Homosassa run,
spelling Conductor Wade Whilden for
a few days. Conductor Cason's num
erous friends up this way are glad to
see him. Mr. Whilden has gone to
Lakeland for a reintroduction to his
family.
Miss Loureen Spencer was on the
sick list for a day or two but is back
at her place with the Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company this morning and
even the Buicks run better with her
around to administer her cheerful
smile.
Mrs. L. H. Pillans, this afternoon,
gave a pleasant little party in honor
of her daughter. Miss Cora Mae,
twelve of whose friends were enter entertained.
tained. entertained. Rook was the game played
and refreshments of ice creak and
cake were served by Mrs. Pillans, who
wa sassisted by her sister, Miss Ber-
nice Smith. After a happy time, the
young folks left late in the afternoon
for their homes.
Nice assortment of White Middies
at FISHEL'S. tf
Temptation never catches a man
with his back to it. Greenville, S. C,
Piedmont.
Experience is. one teacher that al always
ways always gets paid, if not obeyed. Green Green-ville,
ville, Green-ville, S. C, Piedmont.
The automobile has taught us, any anyway,"
way," anyway," that the soft road is the hard
one. AmericaiuLumberman.
Our appendix may be useless to us,
but see what it does for the doctors. doctors.-Cheyenne
Cheyenne doctors.-Cheyenne Tribune.
The meek may inherit the earth,
but that's the only way they will get
it. Cheyenne Tribune.
When they make men's clothes
without pockets a lot of women can
get to bed early nights. New "York
Evening Mail.
What this country needs is less agi agitation
tation agitation about bobbed hair and more for
bobbed government expenses. Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Star.
' Hays requests criticism of his man management
agement management of the P. O. department.
Burleson got it without asking.
Greenville, S. C, Piedmont.
Congress has voted to protect home
brewers from revenue agents. All
they need now is protection from the
undertakers.- New York American.
A printers strike including all the
pressmen and feeders in' Germany
would soon increase the value of the
mark. Boston Leather Reporter.
We don't agree with Mr. Dawes
that the Congressional Record ought
to be discontinued. Why not add a
comic supplement to it and make it
pay? New York World.
The American watch on the Rhine
is about to be wound up. Richmond
Times-Dispatch.
The real wheels of commerce are
worth a dollar each. Cheyenne Wy Wyoming
oming Wyoming State Tribune.
The modern reformer is apparently
Lrying to root out evil with his noes.
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
To achieve disarmament, build bat battleships
tleships battleships by popular subscription.
Cheyenne State Times.
"Medical Journal" asks: "What
makes us tall or short?" We know
what makes us "short." Ask us a hard
ore. New York Evening MaiL
Getting back to normal seems to
call for a lot of reverses. Indianap Indianapolis
olis Indianapolis Star.

This is a Studebakar year.

STOINEFF FIRST GROWER
TO PLANT CLERY CROP

(Associated Press)
Sanford, Sept. 23. Mike Stoineff,
who resides on Celery avenue, is
claiming the honor of having been the
first celery grower to put in a crop
this season. He bases his claim upon
the fact that he has already set out
five acres of the vegetable.
CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE WILL
APPEAR IN ENLARGED FORM
(Associated Press
Lakeland, Sept. 23. The forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming issue of the Florida Christian Ad
vocate, published by the Florida
Methodist conference, will be enlarg enlarged
ed enlarged to twice its former size. The pub
lication is expected to come off the
press September 23 and will be de devoted
voted devoted almost exclusively to the work
of the Sunday school. The publication
which will be 32 pages in size, will
cany illustrations of scene's at St.
Petersburg and photographs of Sun Sunday
day Sunday school workers throughout the
state.
WESLEY BIBLE STUDENTS
TO MEET IN ST. PETE
.v (Associate Press)
Lakeland, Sept. 23. An extensive
program covering the three days of
their convention has been drawn up
fcr the delegates to the sixth annual
meeting of the Wesley Bible Class
Association to be held at St. Peters
burg October 4-6. Last year's at attendance
tendance attendance at Gainesville of more than
400 persons is expected to be bettered
this year. Announcement from St.
Petersburg is to be effect that S. D.
Harris has been charged with the en
tertainment features, and plans are
afoot to give the visitors a hospitable
reception.
LAKELAND WILL ASSESS
ONE MILL FOR PUBLICITY
(Associated Press)
Lakeland, Sept. 23. Lakeland has
joined those cities of Florida which
believing that every citizen benefits
directly from publicity for the town,
create advertising funds by tax levy.
The city commissioners at their last
meeting, at which the tax levy for
the ensuing year was decided upon,
provided a one-mill assessment for
publicity purposes. The levy is ex expected
pected expected to produce approximately
$5000 and it is expected the fund will
be expended through the chamber of
commerce under the supervision of
city officials.
SUGAR MILL WILL BE BUILT
SOON AT WEST PALM BEACH
(Associated Press)
West Palm Beach, Sept. 23. Ship Ship-ment
ment Ship-ment of steel for the structure to
house the sugar mill of the Florida
Sugar and Food Products Company, a
short distance southeast of Canal
Point, on the West Palm JJeach canal,
ha sbeen made by a concern in Roa Roanoke,
noke, Roanoke, Va., according to advices re received
ceived received here. The building will be 100
feet wide and 200 feet long. S. W.
Bollinger, of Pittsburg, Pa., who owns
4000 acres of Evirglades land in Palm
Beach; county and who is a large
stockholder in the company,, will
superintend construction of the build building
ing building and installation of the machinery.
Mr. Bollinger has built many sugar
mills in Cuba and elsewhere.
FAIRFIELD
Fairfield, Sept. 21. Miss Ludie
Mae Tyrner returned to her home in
Dunnellon yesterday after a very
pleasant visit here with her mother,
Mrs. B. S. Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mack expect to
leave this week for- Sanford, where
they will reside for a while. Their
many friends here regret this very
much but wish them success.
Mr. W. A. Yongue left Tuesday,
morning for Kingsland, Ga., where
he will visit his daughter, Mrs. W. R.
Simpson and family.
Mr. Ossie Mason and family of Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, were callers here Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The mercantile business formerly
owned by Mr. D. M. Kinard is now
owned and operated by Mr. Leonard
Osteen and is progressing nicely.
LYNNE-CONNER
Conner, Sept. 22. Mrs. Henry
Heineman Sr. spent Monday in Qcala.
E. O. Powell and wife were at the
county seat Tuesday.
O. H. Rogers and wife and Mrs. H.
W. Henr yof Ocala and George Rog Rogers
ers Rogers and wife of Savannah, Ga., were
at north prairie last Thursday fishing.
The protratced meeting which was
held at the Oklawaha Baptist church
last week closed Sunday nip-ht. There
were several accessions to the church.
W. H. Perry has returned to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. The following young people in the
neighborhood have gone away to
school and will be missed in the va various
rious various circles rwhere they are active:
Miss Gladys Stanaland will attend the
Greenville Female College, Greenville,
S. C; Ralph Stanaland, Bailey's Mil Military
itary Military Institute, Greenwood, S. C;
Miss Lyda Condrey, Anthony high
schoSl; Jack Powell, Marvin College,
Fredericktown, Mo.; Miss Wynonah
Randall, George Randall and C. B.
Rogers, the Ocala high school.
Complete assortment of the gena gena-ine
ine gena-ine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

DON'T FORGET
The f
0. K. TEAPOT
Grocery
CLEAN-UP SALE

12-lb bags Pillsbury
Flour
24-lb bags Pillsbury
Flour
20c -package Pillsbury
Edible Bran
20c. package Pillsbury
I"ancake Flour
Campbell's Tomato
Soup, per can
Post
Toasties
Kellogg's
Corn Flakes
69c
. 35c
. 15c
. 15c
. 10c
. 10c
. 10c
Ta.I"Uns Sunbeam -f Q.
Evaporated Milk ...... 172C
No. 21-2 tins Q7
Brownie Apricots C
One lb (net weight)
Corned Beef Hash.,...
No. 1 tins
Corned Beef
No. 2 tins
Corned Beef. ..........
No. 1 tins
14c
18c
28c
18c
24c
10c
35c
25 c
28c
12c
Roast Beef
Two pound (net weight)
tins Roast Beef. .....
No. 2 tins Kingan's
Pork and Beans
40c. Golden Glow
Coffee, per pound
Sultana Seedless Raisins
in bulk, per pound.....
Sunmaid Seeded
Raisins, package
No. 2 tins
Sweet Corn
0. K. TEAPOT
GROCERY
Phones 16 and 174
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
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 11G3, Tampa,
Fla. 9-S-lm
HOME FOR SALE Of seven rooms,
bath and pantry; in good location;
all modern improvements; double
garage. Terms if desired. Will
sell furnished or unfurnished. Must
be sold at once as owner is leaving
the city. Phone 441, or address,
"House," P. O. Box 149, Ocala. tf
FOR RENT Lower apartment, fur
nished; all conveniences. No. 1129
Fort King Ave. 21-tf
SERVICE I can give you service in
any way in the moving, transfer or
long distance hauling line. Prompt
service. Phone 434. L. E. Cor
drey.- 19-lm
HAULING For economy's sake let
me do your hauling. Every job is
given my personal attention. Bax
t?er Transfer Co., by H. B. Bax
ter, tf
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR,
Excellent ground floor desk room
in large, well lighted office, $2 per
week. Very desirable location.. All
conveniences. Address, Desk Room,
care of Star. 20-6t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone 383, Mrs.
O. T. Green, 05 Oklawaha Ave. 6t
OFFICE FURNITURE FOR SALEy SALEy-Large
Large SALEy-Large safe, large oak directors'
table, wall clock, filing cabinet,
check perforator, electric fan, ceil
ing lamp, gas heater, Congoleum
hug 9x12. Apply room 8 Merch
ants block. D. S. Woodrow. 19-6t
FOR RENT Thre furnished room3.
Apply at 607 Fort King avenue.
Phone 221. 19-6t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; also would
like to rent two rooms to traveling
men. Apply to Mrs. Reginald
Ragsdale, phone 530; 24 Ray St. 6t
FOR SALE One office safe. Will
sell cheap. See Mack Taylor, phone
248. 20-6t
FOR SALE 80 acres of fine water
melon land on S. A. L. spur near
Summerfield. Call or write Max
Fishel, Ocala, Fla. 20-10t
WANTED Few colored saw mill
hands, also white laborers for work
in crate factory- Arlo Box Com Company,
pany, Company, Oak Fla. 21-t
WANTED An energetic man, owner
of Ford car, to sell our teas and
coffees direct to the consumer, on
commission. Opportunity to estab establish
lish establish a permanent and profitable
business. For particulars address
Grand Union Tea Company, Sa
vannah, Ga. 23-3 1
FOR RENT Six room house; all
modern conveniences; on Fourth
street. Apply to Rena Smith, at
Style Hat Shop. 23-t
FOR SALE Two four-room houses,
just painted. Just outside city lim limits;
its; limits; ?1000 each. Liberal terms. Big
lots. E. C Jordan, office over
Jake's. 23-12t
CARPETS Cleaned right on your
- own floors. Satisfaction guaran-

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tAOjORCD AT PASHIOM RRK

Tailored at

STYLE in your Clothes is
a big asset ; you want
reliable fabrics and good
tailoring of course.

WeaF file
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MALLORY MATS

Guarantee
Y. M.
OCALA
teed. W. J. Thomas. Phone 242,
or 807 S. Lime St. 23-t
FOR SALE Six head of stock cat cattle
tle cattle and one eight-year-old mule.
Sam R. Pyles, Ocala. 23-3t
FOR SALE Clothing establishment
known as Walkley &. Barn2tt; en entire
tire entire stock, fixtures and accounts.
' Apply to J. L. Smith, proprietor,
at the store. 23-6t
NOTICE
Ir. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Title and Tax Search Company, a
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 i ordered thzt th? dcfcrHants
herein named, to-wit: Fred DeLeon
A a anA Vprwi Belle Fields, be and
they are hereby required to appear to
tee OUl OX CUHipiauit 4lcu iu lux
c-iuaft on or before Mor.Jay. the" 3rd
day of October, 1921.
If ia further ordered that a codt of
this order be published once a week
lor lour consecutive wee&s in me
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
I his 2nd day oi fcepiemoer, vjzi.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
F. R. Hocker,
Complainant s bohcitcr. 9-2-ot-xri
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In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
R. S. Rogers, 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 before Monday, the 3rd
day of October, 1921.
It is further ordered that a copy cf
tHs order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks ia 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(-fri
We gather from reading the busi business
ness business pere:odical3 that in these days cf
nipping normalcy an optimist is a
factory owner who has cut his wages
50 per cent and raised his prices 2
per cent. New York Call.
A woman in York, Pa., has been
found to possess one rib too mar.,
says the Philadelphia Record. Me
once heard of a man similar'j sfr'Iet sfr'Iet-eA
eA sfr'Iet-eA who got the entire world izio trem tremble
ble tremble as a result. Life.
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