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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

EVENING

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 7. 1921
NO. 23 G
VOL 2:

i AM

7

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Giants Take Today's
Game By Seven Runs

GIANTS HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING
SAFE AND SANE IDEA, BUT
WILL HAVE TO MAKE SOME
CHANGES IF THEY ABE TO
, WIN OVER FAST YANKEES.

Though Held Scoreless Through Two
Games, 31cGraw's 3feo Hare Not
Given Up Hope

Qklavaha Valley

Meeting Tonight

Body of Georgia

Man Found m
Yellow River

Charles E.' Reagin, President of Bank

of Rockdale, Robbed and
3 I ordered

Pope Case

May Go To
Jury Today
Argument Which is Now in Progress
Will be Closed by Attorneys
for the Defense

Polo Grounds. Oct. 7. Shawkey and
Schang composed the Yanks battery
and Toney and Snyder went in for the
Giants for the third game of the se series,
ries, series, which was won by the Giants, 12
to 5.: .. re reward
ward reward made the i eal star play of
the season when he made a one-hand
stab of Rawlings line drive in the
second. The Yankees went to glory
in the third. Eight men faced the
pitcher. Schang led off and walked.
Shawkey singled, Miller singled, scor scoring
ing scoring Schang. Peckiapaugh walked and
filled the bases. Roth came to bat

and singled, scoring Shawkey and!
Miller. Toney was taken out and
Barnes went in for the Giants. He
walked Meusel. Pi pp sacrificed Peck Peck-inpaugh
inpaugh Peck-inpaugh across the plate Ward struck
out and retired the side. Four runs,
three hits, three walks.
The Giants came back in their half
of the third and tied the score. Barnes
led off with a single. Burns went out
on a fly to center. Bancroft singled.
Frisch walked, filling the bases. Kel Kel-ley
ley Kel-ley walked, scoring Barnes. Guinn
went into the box for the Yanks. Meu Meusel
sel Meusel sacrificed Bancroft across the
plate. Rawlings singled, scoring
Frisch and Young, tying the score.
Snyder flew out to first base.
The Giants tore loose again in the
seventh. Frisch led off with a single.
Young doubled, JCelley walked and the

.bases were full. Meusel doubled, scor scoring
ing scoring Frisch and Young. Rawlings sin

gled, scoring Kelley and Meusel. Raw

lings get out stealing second. Hollins

replaces Guinn in the box. Snyder,

Barnes and Bums each single, filling

the bases, with one out. Bancroft hit

a sacrifice fly to left, scoring Snyder,

Hollins walked Frisch, filling .the
bases again. Young tripled, scoring
Barnes, Burns and Frisch. Rogers

replaced Hollins in the box and retir

ed Kelley.

Rnth the Yanks and the Giants

made one run each in the eighth.

The score by innings: R H E
Giants... .. i.004 000 08012 20 0

Yanks . . .004 000 0105 8

Citizens Should Turn Out to Hear the
Proposition of PaUtka Chamber of

Commerce Representatives tagnt
O'Clock, in the Courthouse.

The merchants and business men of
the city are urgently requested to be
present tonight at 8 o'clock in the
courthouse to meet with the delega delegation
tion delegation of business men and merchants
from Palatka, who have requested a
conference for the purpose. of trying
t'. find some some solution for the
Oklawaha Vallfy railroad's difficulty.
Tonight's meeting has been arranged
ty the Marion County Board of Trade

upon the request of the Palatka Cham

ber of Commerce. The latter organ

ization, in asking for the meeting;

stated it had a proposition to make in
regard to the railroad which it was
thought would meet with the approval
of the business men and merchants

of Ocala.

The officers of the Board of Trade

and business men and merchants
whom the secretary of the Board of
Trade has consulted in regard to the

meeting are of the opinion that ev every
ery every effort should be made to attend
tonight's meeting in order that the

people of Palatka and the people
along the line of the Oklawaha Val-

ey may be assured -of Ocala s inter

est in the difficulty and assured of

Ocala's willingness to hear any plan

that might lead to a possible solution
of the railroad's difficulties.

CLINICS FOR TREATMENT

OF VENEREAL DISEASES

(Associated Press)

Conyers, Ga, Oct. 7. The body of
Charles E. Reagin, president of the

Bank of Rockdale, missing since last
night, when his automobile was found
on a bridge over the Yellow river,
with the lights burning and the en engine
gine engine running, was discovered this
morning in the river about 200 hun hundred
dred hundred yards below the bridge, where it
had lodged on a trout line. The dis discovery
covery discovery was made by a fisherman when
he went to examine his hooks.
There was a severe bruise on the
back of the head and the front of the
coat was slashed open in a diagonal
line from the left shoulder downward.
The pockets of Mr. Reagin's clothes
were turned inside out. Officials be

lieve Reagin was murdered and rob

bed by a stranger to whom he had of offered
fered offered a ride.

CASTING UP THE SITUATION
(Associated Press)

New York, Oct. 7. Fred Toney, of

Tennessee, will go to the box for the

Giants today in an attempt to stop

the Yankees and win the third game
of the series. Though held scoreless

through two games, McGraw's men

have by no means given up hope. The
Giants have been following the safe
and sane idea in the first two games

of the series, but they will be out to

day to try the sensational.
"We've got to take some chances,'

declared Assistant Manager Hughey
Jennings. "We took them during the
regular season and turned many a de

feat into victory. Against such pitch

ing as we have faced thus far there

is no other alternative. We've go

some ideas along that line and maybe

they'll enliven our boys a bit."

Shawkey most likely will be on the

mound today for the Yankees. He
has great spesd and when in form is
regarded as one of the finest twirlers
in either league. McGray is expect expected
ed expected to put Snyder in to catch today.
The Giants will be the home club to today,
day, today, while the Yankees will sit in
the visitors' dugout. V
Pleasing playing weather for the
third game of the series was indicat indicated
ed indicated at 10 o'clock this morning. Blue
skies semed to believ predictions of
rain late in the day.
"I'nf not at all discouraged. I ex

pect the Giants to go out and win for
Toney," declared McGraw, as he -an

nounced the big twirler would be sent

against the Yankees. "They have got

to win and I'm confident they will do

it" he added.

"We will foe right back with the

same old combination. It may be
Harper, or it may be Shawkey. I will

not decide until just before the game,

but we will win no matter who pitches
for us," was Huggins comment.
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
, Visit my ladies ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies' coat suits, skirt3,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street 4-3t

Several exceptional bargain in
rags and art squares if sold at once.
ti irk tjyn

Treus urcwiers. rauuw

Jacksonville. Oct. 7. One of the

greatest, movements toward the at

tainmpntx of a hierher standard of

public health and consequently of a

higher standard of industrial effic

iency was launched last week at Live

Oak, when a conference called by

Thomas Hamilton, vice president and

general manager of the Standard

Lumber Company, decided on plans

for immediately opening four free

clinics for the treatment of venereal

diseases.

The members of the conference

were Mr. Hamilton, Dr. George Dame,

director of the bureau of venereal dis

eases, Dr. J. A. Hague of Alton, Dr.

TV. P. Bullard of Dowlmg far, nr.

D. G. Milton of Loughbridge, and Dr,

R. J. Grene of Perry.

Drs. Hague, Milton, Greene and

TJullnrH will onerate the clinics m

their respective communities.

It "was broueht out in conference

that in one large sawmill in this state
sixty-two per cent of all employes,
black and white, were infected. The
inefficiency and high sickness and
death rate indicated a tremendous fi financial
nancial financial loss to the men and to their
employers.

ROTARY CLUG GOES

INTO HOG RAISING

(Associated Press)
Live Oak, Oct. 7. The local Ro

tary Club unexpectedly has gone into
the hog raising business. The club
at the Suwannee Farms Poland China

sale three weeks ago purchased a
blooded sow as an encouragement to

farmers in the vicinity. At the week

ly luncheon last week the Rotarians

were greatly surprised to learn that

the sow had presented the club with

eleven pigs. The Rotarians voted to

place the pigs with farmers on shares,

(Associated Press)

Jacksonville, Oct. 7. Argument in

the case of John Pope was expected
to be resumed today in circuit court.
Judge Gibbs declared a brief recess
this morning when court opened,

statting he needed more time to pre prepare
pare prepare his charge to the jury. The de

fense is to close the argument, having
gained that privilege because Pope
testified in his own behalf. There is
a possibility that the case will go to

the jury late today.
DISMISSED THE CASE

AGAINST DR. GREEN

Body of Small
Girl Found Hid
in the Woods
Child's Throat was Slashed and the
Torso Pierced by Twenty-Five
Knife Wounds

Warrant for His Arrest Was Issued

on Sunday, so Physician
was Set Free

(Associated Press)
St, Petersburg, Oct. 7- The case
against Dr. T. H. Green, a prominent
lecal physician, charged with a statu statutory
tory statutory offense, was dismissed by Magis Magistrate"
trate" Magistrate" Burke at the preliminary hear

ing today because the warrant on
which the arrest was made was issued
on Sunday. Counsel for the woman
who made the complaint said he would
investigate the charges thoroughly
before obtaining another warrant.

(Associated Press
Madison, N. J, Oct. 7--rPierced by
twenty-five knife wounds, apparently
the work of a maniac, the body of
Janet Lawrence, a twelve-year-old
school girl, was found today conceal concealed
ed concealed behind a log in Kluxan woods, near
here. The child's throat was slashed
and the knife had been plunged thru
her heart. Little Janet was reported
missing yesterday when she failed to
return from the home of a neighbor.

CONDITION OF THE CROPS

FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
ARE BAD IN EUROPE

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 7. Secretary

the club and the farmers to split the Mellon, in urging legislation for fund

(Associated Press)

GaiifSsville, Oct. 7. The need of
rain in some parts of the state is be

coming acute, according to the week

ly review of crop conditions in this
state issued by the federal bureau of
crop estimates for the week ended
Saturday. Good harvesting weather
prevails, however, the review added,
and the harvesting of corn is well ad advanced.
vanced. advanced. Lack of rain is holding, up the fall
planting of oats. Picking of cotton
is well advanced. There is very little

Young Couple Found

j
Dead In Bathroo

Arbuckle 11 Appear

Today for Arraignment

BODY OF WIFE FOUND NAKED

IN BATH TUB WITH THAT OF

HER HUSBAND LYING ON THE
FLOOR ESCAPING GAS TOLD

THE SAD STORY.

Case was Postponed Monday at Re Request
quest Request of Big Comedian's Attorneys,

but is on the Calendar and the

Movie Star Will be There

Husband Supposed to Have Goie to

the Rescue of Young Wife aid
Also Fell Victim to Fumes

(Associated Press)

Jacksonville, Oct. 7. Investigation

of the deaths of young Ana tola. Val-

court and his young wife, who were

found dead in the bathroom cf their

San Francisco, Oct. 7Arraign- tu j h , tht

ment of Arbuckle on the charge of ?the COUDie met death arri,jprtalv. The

manslaughter was on today's calendar authorities seem to believe that Mrs.

in the San Francisco superior court. I Valrourt t tn thf, w

Arbuckle left Los Angeles for this Lesdav nisrh. tumm on the faucet.

city last night. When the case against -.hj.h automatiiiv iv- tv

the big movie comedian was called
Monday, postponement until today
was granted at request of the defense.

PLACED UNDER BOND FOR

SHOOTING FREDERICK

heater over the tub. Either the heater

failed to function properly, probably
failing to light, or going out after

lighting, permitting the gas to escape
into the closed room.

STORY OF THE TRAGEDY

Anatole Valcourt, aged 27, and his

bride of two years, Margaret King

(Associated Press)

Sanford. Oct. 7. C. J. Ryans, city

. . V'Ua -I --- i V. 1

manager, j. a. wuntsrew, cmei oil ,a'wuu. "s x ''-Miua

nAiiM.nJVuiV.mc mfttnwtrl nf-1 Jacksonville families, were found

tcnaency on tne part oi tne larmer xo ficer were leased under Had in the bathroom of their new

$500 bond each today pending calling bungalow at 1917 Boulevard shortly

cf their case in higher court as a re- "er two o clock yesterday alternoon.

suit of the shooting of Fred Frederick presumably from inhaling gas.

Though the circumstances under

pital seriously, but not fatally wound wounded.
ed. wounded.

profits fifty-fifty. The Rotes now are
claiming the Rotary pig club cham

pionship of the state.
EUSTIS WILL HAVE

100 NEW DWELLINGS

(Associated Press)

Eustis, Oct. 7. The Lake County

Construction Company, organized here
recently with a capital stock of $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 and with members of the cor

poration possessing large resources,
has announced its intention of begin beginning
ning beginning within the near future, con construction
struction construction of from 50 to 100 dwelling
houses here at a cost of approximate approximately
ly approximately $5000 each. It is expetced the
homes will be sold as soon as each is
completed.
PUBLIC LINKS FOR
"BARNYARD" GOLF

(Associated Press)
Clearwater, Oct. 7-The popular
boarding house sport known aa "barn "barnyard"
yard" "barnyard" golf, but technically defined as
horseshoe pitching, will be developed
here the coming winter with provis

ion having been made for. a public

- t

links. A local firm has donatea tne
use of a vacant lot and provided the

necessary equipment. Three "pitches

ve been laid out. The game has

proved quite popular with winter vis

itors here as well as local "ringers.

?ENSON WILL BE SECRETARY

OF FLA. AUTO ASSOCIATION

ing and refunding allied war loans,

toldjthe House ways and means com committee
mittee committee yesterday it was utterly im impossible
possible impossible to make any schedule of pay payment
ment payment because of conditions in each of
the creditor nations.

The loans should be refunded and
funded at the earliest time possible to

straighten out the treasury, Mr. Mel

on said. "There is no authority to ac

cept bonds or other currency than our
own in payment of the debts," said

the secretary- "To a certain extent,
in arranging for payment of indebt indebtedness
edness indebtedness of one allied nation to another.

l other words we have to work with

the other creditor nations on a plan
of settlement."

Replying to questions, the secretary

said the "big nations," including

France and Italy, were better able to
pay than the smaller countries.

"There has been no thought of a

general substitution of governments

as debtors," he said, "but only a shift

ing of the character of securities. It

is out intention to so fund the debts
as to guarantee or assure payment of

interest until maturity."

"Do you hope to collect from Rus

sia?' 'the secretary was asked.

'It seems hopeless."

hold his cotton this year, the bu

reau's correspondents report.'
Generally low yields seem certain,

. ., I here Sunday. Frederick is m the hos-

The harvesting of hay continues with
yields and quality good. Pasture is
reported as not good except locally
where rain has fallen.

The review says the' condition of
oianges and grapefruit is deteriorat

ing, and the fruit is under size for

this time of the year.

Condition of livestock, generally, is

good.

Fall farming operations, as a

whole, are being delayed by dry

weather. Truck crop prospects are

COUNTY OFFICERS SHOOT

AT BAND OF MASKED MEN

which the young couple, who just cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated their wedding anniversary on

September 22, came to their death are
most peculiar, officials of the police
and sheriff's office declared after an

investigation that in their belief it

was "accidental The fact that the

SPECIAL DAYS AT
FLORIDA STATE FAIR

Jacksonville, Oct. 7. The revised
list of special days at the Florida

State Fair and Exposition, to be held

in Jacksonville from October 12 to 19,

inclusive, has been announced by the
fair association as follows:

Saturday, November 12 Opening

Day.

Mondav. November 14 Children s

day.

Tuesday. November 15 Stunner's

Day.
Wednesday,, November 16 Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's Day.
Thursday, November 17 All Flor Florida
ida Florida Day.

Friday. November 18 Kiwania

Day.

, Saturday. November 19 Automo

bile races.

All children are to be admitted free

on "Children's Day," when the asso

ciation will award to the girl or boy
having sold the largest number of
season tickets a skootamota, valued at

$300.
"Shrine Day" is to bring practical

ly every wearer of the "fez" in Flor

ida to Jacksonville where, on the

following day Morocco Temple will

stage a gigantic ceremoniaL

Horse racing is to be held on the

new half-mile track for five days, but

on Saturday, the closing day, the

track will be turned into an automo-j

bile speedway. Thrilling events are
promised. Auto polo is to be featured
each day during the fair.
Committees are now working out
the details for each of the special

days. Record crowds axe looked forj

(Associated Press)

Orlando. Oct. 7. J. E. Benson has

been appointed secretary of the Flor

ida State Automobile Association with

headquarters here. Mr. Benson is

former resident of Des Moines, Iowa,

and Chicago, but has lived in Orlando

for the past year.

President Smith, of the association;

who made the appointment took oc

casion to set forth the objects of the

association. Its purpose is to ad

vance the highway standards of the

state and work for better highway
nr.,! motoriner legislation. The auto

mobile association of Southern Call

fornia he said, has a membership of
n nnn i hones to "see this

,to'c ocsnriation attain a memDer

ship of 10,000 annually.

ATTEMPTED LYNCHING

DIDN'T MATERIALIZE

(Associated P"es

Dallas. Oct. 7- The large crowd

which came here in automobiles from

Fort Worth early today for the an

nounced purpose of lynching David

Prnrn. the nee-TO held in connection

with the robbery of members of

house party near Fort! Worth Tues

day night, disbanded shortly after

their arrival. It is understood they

returned to Fort Worth.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH ME

My samples have just arrived for

new fall and winter suits and over

coats. Let me take your measure.

Pay while you wear on our generous

charge account plan. B. GOLDMAN,

5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.

ADalachicola oysters at the City

Fish Market Thursday. 3-

( Associated Press)

Durant, Okla October 7. Several gas in the bathroom was turned OH

shots were fired by a group of county J and other circumstances bear out the

officers and a band of nine masked, theory of accidental death, ofkials be

white-robed men whom the officers I lieve.

discovered in a casture north of the Young Mr. and Mrs. Valcourt rnov-

city last night. The robed men fled ed to 191 Boulevard only three days
v vt; r. o-nA Coff Torlni- I a sr o from the home of the wife's nar-

poor except where rains have fallen 1 Qf fa the y said Unts, at 22 East Duval street. The

or irrigation is possiDie. Iu vk, f last time that Mr. Valcourt was seen

LiiV W. A w w ub I

The sheriff's narty suffered no was by his father when he left the

M1AJJ i l An,,iait; I store of G. v al court & Son. men s fur

nishines. at 19 Main street, about 6:45

Shady, Oct. 5. Dr. and Mrs: Buhr-l TArT pi rfTrn PRFSi)ENT Wednesday afternoon. He did not

man and Master Billy and Dr. Buhr-

man's mother of Ocala, were visitors

at Spring Hill Friday afternoon.

Mr. R. C. Bailey of Winter Haven,

was an over-night guest at the home

UNITARIAN CONFERENCE return to work Thursday morning,

but his father thought he or his wife

(Associated Press) I were sick. When he did not reach

Detroit, Oct. 7Wm. H. Taft, chief the store by lunch tune, the elder nr.

vistice of the United States supreme Valcourt communicated with his home,

of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl Monday. I courjf today was re-eletced president J 125 East Duval street, and his daugh-

Mr. Bailey lived at the cross-roaas 1 0 tne Unitarian general conference I ter, Miss Estelle valcourt, went to

the apartment of her brother. Miss

Valcourt said she found the front door
locked and was unable to get anyone
to answer her call. She found the
janitor, who opened the door. It was
locked from the inside. The couple
were dead in the bathroom. The wom

an, nude, lay in the bathtub, water
covering her head. Her husband was

lying on the floor beside the tub, his

where Mr. inrasn now lives ior sev- for the third Um

eral years and though winter iiaven

it, Via nM Vinmo ho nnt (ret the Mar

icn county sand out of his shoes and time with his mother, who is critically
wv h nrf farm adnJ '! m Ocala, and his father-in-law, Mr.

r. aA fr, 3 M nor1n on(4 AQams, at oeueview.

1 i ;

iHtle Virginia of Weirsdale, were meumui" meumui"-Saturday
Saturday meumui"-Saturday morning visitors here. torhood gave a box supper Tuesday

Misses Mary and Brent Woods and evening, uie process u.cu 6v

KtW J C. WrwU were ridmi? bi-ion some tuiyiu

cycles out this way from Ocala Sun

day afternoon. Their friends are al

ways glad to see these young people.

The bored well at Goins school

house is much appreciated by all con

cerned.

We are sorry to hear that Mr.

rruuiy " I T bathrobe lying across his hips. Ex
booked to be played between the ... v v .n

rGoin' Some" and "Right Ots," Goms

and Shady school boys, who will cross

bats on the Shadydiamond.

New officers for the B. Y. P. U.
were elected Sunday evening, as fol-

amination of the woman's body failed
to reveal any wounds or .bruises cf

any sort, though her husband's show

ed a bruise upon the head, just back
of the right ear.

T..i.-. r:,- i. i. rt. v!t.i h (Vil. lows: Mr. George Buhl, president;

j v v Ka .t?rW covered Artnur lougias -r.,

BI1U UUWC TtiM I ,r. -r, 11 C"
IT Uftma eotirdfonr' Ml KplIP NffO.

soon.

treasurer and librarian; J. W.

LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Oct. 5- Our highly es

teemed postmaster, Mrs. Emma Che-

Missionary circle No. 3, of the
Methodist church, will hold a cake

and candy sale tomorrow on the Ocala

House porch.
, NOTICE

The registration books of the city
of Ocala will be open from this date
until the second Saturday in Novem November,
ber, November, 1921, during office hours at the
office of the city clerk.
This the 6th day of October, 1921 1921-i
i 1921-i H. C. Sistrunk,

Citv Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor

of Registration of the uuy oi
(Vala. 7-5t-fri

This is a Studebaker year. t

every day, with the prospect that this

year's fair will break all past attend

ance records.

w lum sbid sir.

DEIEMTI

. . 1- 1 .'Ji M OTa- I Die.

Jones. corresDonuine secretary, jiisa ... j .t

TYrturrli a an1 Vrnnn On in re- I Jacksonville, where she will meet the

i l i, au ......

aav -Ki.-a-j c- nomco I other delegates of the fourth class

Mrs. Wade of Quitman, Ca. visited V 't" and their friends from all

her brother, Mr. Leslie ttorne ana I rr, M Flnri.

. l. : T T I airs. Jiacs. nmiauiaw ik.

lamiiy, lasx we., uis l . . v t r T-ecial Pullman anrl nerhana several.

Home returned with Mrs. Wade and cfmV4?v them Washington for

.:n -tA ; Omfmnn this I rvr.uis u-j .- 1 .

V(i - - - Migs Naomi Holland is visiting rel- the fourth class postmasters' national

Winter. I .. l ? t n i I rf.TH'aririn ti-V 1 i nnana nn Ttt & c A n

Mr. J. L. Wallace's little son u f . .uJn.t no, 0a f?i tv.a

quite sick and it is feared that he q cf
appendicitis. I T fli;fofl vtnmt arm insm 1 nation. Will Ilava will be there to

wm n 1 1 . M hAl UiC 191 atiuvo vuv v. ifcJKi I

' -"j1-: changed his appearance to such an ex- greet them. There will be in adii-

Deaisae oi oer iaiui, -1 . . . v n fv- ,nroi,t;nn Q f?

- j item mai we iiiluk xcw Liiuuuts v .w
at iit him lately. Some tonsorial ar- the White House lawn to meet Presi-
We are glad hear that Mr. Adams Me fop change dcnt and Mrs. Harding, the postmas-

xr- v.n v., Kppr, dividing hislcls ItDKS tnit we want w
Mr. Freeman has been dmdmg his i Me for the desire big n3 in Washington, who honor.

in his heart to visit the tonsorial ar- j the fourth class postmasters, bavin:

tist and get such a very becoming, J been all along those lines in their up-

youthful look on his face? Mind you, ward climb to their present positions

young men, this bachelor man 'may of trust. Mrs. K. IL Cements will
lead some of you into the wilderness hold the postoffice down at this point
of demair. He has the recuirements until Mrs. Chenowith returns on tte

Mr 1

of a successful career with the la-jlSth.

tmnd looking and a cood car and I Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Ann en 3

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money. land Miss Mary Arm ens state they

will leave Kansa3 City for their hone

at North Lae Weir about the lth of

I this month.

The Rhode Island colony, who tsve

io gums

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On to Oriando!
Do you want construction on road
No. 2 started? If so, attend the meet meeting
ing meeting in Orlando tomorrow, Saturday,
night at 8 o'clock. Large delegations
will attend the meeting from all
points along road No. 2, from the
Georgia line south. Ocala is expect expected
ed expected to have a large delegation present.
It will be Saturday and a difficult day
for business men and merchants to

get away, but the importance of get getting
ting getting work on the highway started
should justify the trip to Orlando.
Those who are going expect to leave
here about three o'clock tomorrow
afternoon to drive down. If you are

going, notify Secretary Chaial of the
Board of Trade. Take your car, if
you have one, and fill in. Lake City
expects to have a delegation of 100

present, and Gainesville will send 150.

YOUR CREDIT'S GOOD

' AT GOLDMAN'S STORE

Your credit's rood at my store, in hemes all around Lake Weir station

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear as well as fur- are preparing to move on souurror 2
nitnr. I have iust received my nerv ar. the weather gets cooler and we

fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture hepe every family wJl bring ore or

Store, Cor. Ft- King and Magnolia, tf two more with them to strengthen Ue

colony at tnis piace.

STTP.AR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

16 rounds of sugar for one dollar, It is generally the leUow

with a dollar's worth of ether groc- doesn't know any better who does t: 2

MBi Rarrtrffair snd Monday I thing that cant be done, lou see 1.

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, An Associated Press letter from
New Orleans says: After nineteen

years of expensive and laborious ef

fort, with only varying success, in

terested shipping interests and gov

ernment experts now express the be

lief that a method has been found

that will solve the problem of the

water hyacinth that is chooking
practically every bayou in the state

with its ereen and lavender flora

magnificence.

The new method, which was sug

'gested by Governor John M. Parker,
is the simple application of live

steam. Preliminary reports from ex'

periments now under way, according

to government agents, indicate tha

the governor has at least pointed ajl
raw nlnaplr if Tint PYtprminatfi t.hplll

plant that has proved ssuch a menace
to Louisiana inland waterways for
the last twenty years, and which, ac according
cording according to government observers, is
now threatening the fresh water por portion
tion portion of the Panama canal.
The water hyacinth appeared in
Louisiana immediately after the
Cotton" Centennial Exposition there
in 1884. The plant, which is a native
of South America, was exhibited at
the fair and its beauty" was greatly

admired. At the close of the fair a
number of plans were taken to the
country districts for growth in gar garden
den garden pools. "Whey they overcrowded
the pools they were thrown into near nearby
by nearby bayous,' where they caused heavy
losses by choking the bayous and
streams to such an extent that small
vessels could not make their V way
through the tangled masses of foliage
and roots which at places extended
for miles with no break or channel
through them.
From a beautiful curiosity in 1884
they became a decided menace in 1896
and had so clogged a number of
streams that an appeal was made to
Congress for relief and, in 1899, $25, $25,-000
000 $25,-000 was appropriated for the purpose
of extermination. Since then hun

dreds of dollars have been spent m

the fight.

Today there is hardly a stream in
Louisiana that does riot become so

clogged with the hyancinth that navi

gation, is almost impossible in the

summer months.

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Car Owners want more rubber ca the tread where the wear is
hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and
powerful carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non
Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give
sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of
the car owners. ,...
Read Letters Below
Records from 29,000 to 57,000 Miles

Cord Tires built the Firestoaa
way. could not fail to produce
mileage. Every day, from mil orer
the country, comes the word that
10,000, 20,000 or SOjQOO mSes are
frequent and consistent recorda

is, lm

CHANDLER DISPATCH
In excellent mechanical con condition,
dition, condition, and has been well cared
for.
SCRIPPS-BOOTH ROADSTER
Thoroughly overhauled and
repaitned; mechanically right;
looks like new.
These cars are some of the
real bargains at the

MURPHY MOTOR CO
"This is a Studebaker Year."

ADAMS & MORRISON GAR GE
Prompt Service

Repair Work, Accessories,
Oils and Greases

Gasoline,

Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

Thia tir kaa na SIM mOm.

Tttm

FireitMM Ttr & KakW C.
itckaoavtH Branch.
ckoTCll, TimritU.
0ntlmca-

I submit herewith the

ton Cord tire,

I have retread d it cerea Umm.
nileace to ach rtra4 rtra4-inr
inr rtra4-inr wm about 7.00 m. I

thiak yon will asre tUa
U a remarkable record.
It ia especially nnuaual
as I know the owner to
be a aovoro axirer. How-

be civoa hi tiros

oper inflation. Tbo tiro

question is sot rot

at of iemci mud baa
very indication ji being
sufficiently atroaf for an another
other another retroed. I am
msiliac photofranhs s-

Plant Qixj,

How and then they are erspha erspha-elsed
elsed erspha-elsed by unusual instances such
ua quoted .below. Performances
like these demonstrate the ulti ultimate
mate ultimate possibilities of Firestone
Cords under careful driving.
Sept 2. mi
5V Karroy X. Mack Co,
fltirtooath A Barara PUc,
Miaaoapolis.

'HI

NQR'SKID"
EXTRA SIZE

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It ocean to mo that yoa nugSt be iaterestea
U tHo BaleaaTS that I obtained from the setot
Plrnssaa Corel tires o my Dodge coupe. The
fcrst tire went oer 2.-
eoa inilea. The oecona

tire roUed up a mileage
of between 34. COO and
3 J, COO. These were both
rear tires and bad beea

cut considerably or

m

chain. The two tron
t;re have font better
than 35.CS0 redts and are
atill in good condition. I
expect to tet at least
40.069 miles from each of
theta. I need acartely
say that the Firestone
Cord will be my txo
choice for the future.
Archie H. Beard,
S22 LSa!!e Bldg
Miaasapolia.

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POOR BUT PROUD

BIG MONEY! BUY!
IN OCALA city limits
clevfen acres of good land,
small cheap house, 900 feet
on public highway, 500 feet
on Seaboard R. R., locate
garage and filling station,
store, grist mill or Factory.
Sell off few lots and pay
for entire track, in the
meantime do Poultry and
Truck Farming. ASK ME
F. W. DITTO
Ocala, Florida

TEE WMESOR MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for front yrcC
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service? i
second to none

ROBERT Mo MEYER,
Blaoager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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Much indignation ha.s been aroused,

says the Associated Press Rome cor

respondent, in Italy by the proposal
that, in dtermining the expenses of

the League of Nations, Italy should

be assigned to the second category.

The Italian's national pride has

been hurt by the suggestion and col
umns have appeared id the press pro
testing against the iclea and relegat

ing the country to a position inferior

to other great powers. According

the suggestion, Great Britain and

France would be placed in the first

category while tlaly smd Japan would

occupy the second. The price of be
ing registered in the first category i:

2,300,000 francs a year,, while those
cf the second pay but 1,600,000 francs

a year.

The Epoca gave expression to its

feelings in this manner:

"The affair is exceptionally un

pleasant Italy which has so potently

contributed to the victory cannot see
herself assigned to the second cate category,
gory, category, as people who spend little are

assigned to a restaurant of the second
class."
Then, too, the fact that most of the
organization and secretaryships of
the leageu are in the hands of the
British constitutes another source of
complaint.- It is pointed out that the
secretariat of the league consists of
170. members, of whom 90 are Eng English
lish English and 50 French, while Italy has
no more than a dozen.
"After France and England have

monopolized nearly all the offices, 1

after the British Empire has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in having seven votes in the
assembly, it could not happen other otherwise
wise otherwise than Italy is assigned in the sec second
ond second category," says one commenta commentator,
tor, commentator, "If others have a greater ma material
terial material potentiality, it is at least nec necessary
essary necessary that Italy safeguard her moral
position by not allowing herself an

Geo. MaoKay S Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE

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6009 mile guarantee &

20x2 non-skid S 9

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DIXIE niGHWAY GARAGE

W. Broadway

' lnJE?3flTE STAR'-LIW

Negotiable Storage Receipt Is owl on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc.

MOVE. PACK, SHIP LONb DISlANtL RlUVLUli
LIVE STOCK,
Seboage Phone 296
FURNITURE, ETC.

"The Stucco Man" Phone 526

NEEDHAM 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

LADIES READY-TO-WEAR

Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies' coat suits, skirt3,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street 4-3t

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

SEE ME FOR
Everything in the BaldingyUnt
My Work is Guaranteed
17. A. TINSMAN

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GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G.JL Overton, Mgr.
f Ocala, Fla.

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

Makes the sweetest
and most whole wholesome
some wholesome foods

L; ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Caref ul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

eoT mak er a Ttwsf
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Is the largest
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in the world world-it
it world-it never fails

A pound cn of Calumet contains
full 16 oz- Some baking powders
come in 12 oz. cans instead cr
16 oz. cans.. Be sure you get
a pound when you want it

WhatOHenry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
"In the tractor the farmer uow has a machirjr In which i harnessed
one of the most adaptable, efficient, economical sources of po-ver in the wr rid
the internal combustion "engine.
"The tractor will multiply the productive capacity each i i ividui
farm worker from three to lour times over.
It will put the farrqer on a pr with the citv m.in-ufacUm.-r. It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is what a f irm 15 on to in t fllcient
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."

TUCMEM

OCALA

DEALERS

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AT THE. U-SEftVE STORES

CI .verbloom Butter, per lb.-45s V
Kingan's box bacon per lb. 48c
Cheese per pound 27c -Macaroni
& Spaghitti, a pk. 7Vc
15 lbs. Irish Potatoes tor ..55c
v
t Maxwell House Coffee a lb. 38
! White House Coffee a lb 38
Libby'sy'll'w cling peaches38c
Van Camps Cream, tall can 13c, small can 6c

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KATHLEEN
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One East, One .West of the City Square

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CHAPTER IL Wnile th family U
speculating as to IJoyd's Intention. Cner Cner-ry
ry Cner-ry bring him to supper. prscttcaJly a a-Docnciog
Docnciog a-Docnciog hr engagement to him.
CHAPTER IIL Doctor Strickland feels
Cherry Is too young to marry and urges
her to wait at least a year, but the girl
coaxes him Into agreeing to an immediate
reddlnr and th ceremony takes place.

the couple leaving at once for El Nldo,
where Martin Is employed.
CHAPTER IV. The honeymoon days
over. Cherry begins to feel & vague dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with Martin and the monot monotony
ony monotony of her dally life.
SYNOPSIS.

CHAPTER 1. With his two daughters,
Alix and Cherry, the latter Just eighteen
years old, and his niece. Anne. Doctor
Strickland, retired. Is living at Mill Val Valley,
ley, Valley, a short distance from San Francisco. Francisco.-His
His Francisco.-His closest friend Is Peter Joyce, some--thin
of a recluse. Visiting In the vi vicinity,
cinity, vicinity, Martin Lloyd, mining engineer.

falls v in love with ana secreuy oecomes
engaged to Cherry.

CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley. Justin

Little, lawyer, becomes engaged to Anne,
the wedding being set for September,
some months distant. Alix visits Cherry

at El Nldo and the two girls coax Mar

tin Into allowing Cherry to go bom tor

Anne s weeding.

CHAPTER VI. In her father's house

Cherry contrasts the peaceful, happy life

there with her rather sordid existence at

El Nldo and realize! that her marriage
has been something of a failure. Doctor
Strickland, feeling that Cherry Is not be being
ing being fair to Martin, in that she Is unduly
prolonging her visit after Anne's wed wedding,
ding, wedding, urges her to return to her husband.

She makes preparations for ner departure.

CHAPTER VII. Peter Joyce tells Cher

ry he has had one "grand passion" in his

me. but the woman was not lor rum. h

does not reveal her name. Cherry rejoins

her husband.

CHAPTER Vin. The younr wife's dis

satisfaction increases and there Is an al

most open break. Martin has a brief spell

of sickness and something 01 her old reel reeling
ing reeling for him returns to Cherry.

CHAPTER IX. Doctor Strickland Is

stricken suddenly with what all percelv

Is a fatal illness. Alix summons Cherry

to her father's deathbed. After the doc

tor's death it Is discovered that years ago

he had borrowed money from Anne's fa

ther and seemingly the debt was never

discharged. With accumulated interest
the amount practically consumes all the

money the doctor leru jusun Liue
makes It manifest that he will insist on

his wife's claims. It means that the two
girls are left with practically nothing.

CHAPTER X. Peter Joyce, who has

been on a trip practically around the

world, returns, not having learned or tne

doctor's death. He hears of Anne s posi

tion with regard to the money wun aeep
disrust Alix has the home and is mak

ing a fair living singing. Joyce urges her

to marry mm. sne consents ana iimy

have a simple wedding and go to Joyce s
home to live. Ideally happy.

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
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Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida
"Cliivir RH" Try !t-itisa hard wheat dour
ilYYy as good as any and less in price

UNEED-tiS and all former Qn
1 do. nlccs- Crackers . Ot

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

Cherry Bell .Flour 1 QC
24. Yb sack i. V 1 sOJ
Bauer's Self -Rising S? 1 rt
24 lb sack. ...... P 1 U

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

. Senate Coffee, !1 1A
three pounds for. P

20c
15c
15c
12c
45c
8c
21c
55c

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
80c
25c
95c
65c
30c
15c
75c

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Purina Feed far Cows, Chickens and Dorses. Free Delivery

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

M., meets on the first and tmrd

Thursday evenings of each month at

8 o'clock until further notice.

J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

leave El Xido and go to Red Creek, a
rhinn somewhat for the better, but

Cherry retains the old feeling of dlssatls-

taction- one visits fever mnu aii. a.uu

while there comes to a realization uiai
she loves Peter. Though she has never
known it. Cherry is the woman whom

Peter had in mind wnen ne toia ner 01
his "grand passion." He has never
ceased to love her. and the situation now

becomes tragic

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29; O. E. S.,

meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evening of each

month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit

ing sovereigns are always welcome.

s H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve

nings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over Troxlers and the Book

Shop, 113 Main street.

- A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

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ODD FELLOWS

Peter was quiet that evening,, and
was gone the next morning when the
sisters came out to breakfast He bad
left a message to the effect that he
would not be at home that night, and
at four 'clock telephoned confirming
the message. Alix chanced to answer
the telephone, and Cherry, who was tn

her room, heard Peter's name, and
stood still, listening with a shock of
disappointment
But at eight o'clock that evening,
when she and Alix were sitting on the
porch, when the last ebbing pink of
the sunset had faded and great spiders
had ventured forth into the dusk and
the dews, there was a sudden hall at
the gate, and Cherry knew that it was
he! A flood of utter, Irrational hap happiness
piness happiness rose In her heart; she had been
racked with hunger for the sound of
that voice; she had been restless and
unsatisfied, almost feverish with long longing
ing longing and doubt; now peace came again,
and content
He came up to them, his glance
resolutely averted from Cherry, ex explaining
plaining explaining that he was lonesome, assur assuring
ing assuring them that everything went well
and making them laugh with an ac account
count account of Justin Little's reception of
the new turn of affairs. "He seemed
absolutely dumfounded, Peter said.

aoout a weed's worg cere to do."
Peter left them, without one- word
or look for Cherry, who went back to
the house with her sister In a most
agitated and wretched state of mind.
She had the teJephoce tn her hand, to
cancel the engagement with her den dentist
tist dentist when Alix suddenly consented to
accompany her Into townj "and at
lunch time we'll take a chance on the
St Francis. Sis." Alix saldV Innocently,
for Peter almost always lunches
there P
Feeling that the question was set settled,
tled, settled, yet restless and unsatisfied still.
Cherry dressed for town ; they climbed
Into the car; Ailx's firm hands. In yel yellow
low yellow chamois gloves, snatched at the
wheel; the die was cast
Yet at the station another change of
plan occurred, for as Alix brought the
car to the platform Anne came toward

them from .tfce arriving train,, a gloved
and demure and smiling Anne, anx anxious,
ious, anxious, she explained, to talk over this
newest development and "whether It
proved to be of any value or not" to
try to find out what Uncle Lee had
really wanted for them all. and then
agree to do that In a friendly manner,
out of court
"My first feeling, when Frenny told
me," said Anne, chatting pleasantly In
the shade, "was one of such relief!
For I hadn't wanted all that money
one bit" she confessed gaily. "I only
wanted to do what was fair. Only
two or three nights ago I said to
Frenny that It really belonged to us
all, and last night we talked and
talked about It and the result was
that I said that I must see the girls

we three are the only ones concerned,
after all, and" Anne's old half-merry
and half-pouting manner was un unchanged
changed unchanged "what we decide n what
really matters!" she finished.
"Why, there is no question that it's
Daddy's handwriting," Cherry said,
with what for her, was sharpness,
"and It seems to me It seems to me,
Anne she added, hesitatingly.
"That you have a nerve!" Alix fin finished,
ished, finished, not with any particular venom.
"That document throws the case out
of court," she said flatly. "Peter Is
confident of that!"
Anne's pale face flushed and her
eyes narrowed.
Cherry was flushed and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. There was an awkward pause.
"Board?" shouted a trainman, with
a rising Inflection. The sisters looked
at each other in a panic of haste.

"I can't leave this car here," Alix

exclaimed. "I've got to park her and
lock her and everything I Run; get
fin board. Cherry. I don't have to gd
In, anyway you've got a date!"

Cherry's heart leaped, sank coldly,
and leaped again, as with a swift nod

of parting she hurried for her train.

The other two women watched her

with forced interest as she climbed

on board and as the train slipped
noiselessly out of sight It curved

among the redwoods and was gone be-'

fore either spoke again. Then, as her

eyes met Anna's friendly, questioning

smile; Alix said awkwardly:

"I think the only thing to do Is for

you and Justin to take this up with

Peter, Anne. I mean I mean that
you were the ones who proposed to

bring it Into court In the first place,
and and I don't understand much
about It As far as coming to any

agreement with me Is concerned, you

might just as well have gone back on
the train with Cherry. I hate to talk

this way but we all think you acted

very well, very meanly I" Alix fin

ished rather flatly. i

"Perhaps it's Just as well to under understand
stand understand each other 1" Anne said, with

hot cheeks. They exchanged a few

more sentences, wasted words and

sn err ones, and then Anne walked

OTtr to a seat In the shade, to wait

for another train, and Alix, with her
heart beating hard and her color high.

drove at mad speed back to the moun

tain cabin.

"I didn't ask her to lunch 1 don't

carel" Alix said to herself. In agita agitation.
tion. agitation. "She and Justin know they're
beaten they're just trying, to patch
it up before It's too late I don't care

I won't have her think she can get

away with any such scheme 1"

CHAPTER XI1L

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fn

meets every Tuesday evening at eight

o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.

F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M-, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
v H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. : Conventions

held every Monday evening at 7:30

o'clock at the castle halL A cordial

welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, a C
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

BUY ON CREDIT

Ladies dresses, : coats, coat suits,
'( skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,
( ""'"ml values. B. GOLDMAN,

BUY ON CREDIT

Ladies dresses, coats, coat suits,
skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,

exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN,

PLANT
Orange Trees
PINEAPPLE, PARSON
BROWN, VALENCIA
LATE AND LUE J3IM
GONG ORANGE AND
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Two and Three Year, Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WAETSIAMN NURSERY CO.

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He Seemed Absolutely Dumfounded.
"He looked at the paper, read It
laughed and said In. that UtUe nerv nervous,
ous, nervous, smiling way of his that he felt
it to be by no means conclusive
"I can hear him I" giggled Alix.
: "And I guess both you girls will
have to come in In a day or two,"
Peter continued.
"Cherry's going In to the dentist to tomorrow,"
morrow," tomorrow," said Alix.
"Oh, so I ami" Cherry said In a
rather strained voice.
She did not look at Peter, nor did
he at her, but they felt each other's
thoughts like a spoken word.
"Had yon forgotten 7" Alix asked.

Meanwhile Cherry, In the sick flut flutter
ter flutter of spirits that had become familiar
to her of late, kept her dentist ap appointment
pointment appointment and at noon looked at a
flushed and lovely' vision in the den dentist's
tist's dentist's mirror.
She went out Into the blazing street;
it was one of the hot noontides of the

year. At two o'clock a wild wind
would spring up and send papers and
dust flying, but Just now the heat was
dry and clear and stllL
She was carrying a parasol and she
opened It now and walked slowly to toward
ward toward Geary street She could not even
frame In her thoughts the u'trter blank blank-ness
ness blank-ness of the feeling that awept .over
her at missing an opportunity to see
Peter. She turned and went slowly

up past the big shop windows that re reflected
flected reflected the burning Plaza, and so came
to the cool, great doorway of the St
Francis. Inside was tempered light
and much noiseless coming and going,
meeting and parting.
Cherry drifted Into the big. deep deep-carpeted
carpeted deep-carpeted waiting room; there were
other women there, sunk Into the big
leather chairs, watching the doors and
glancing at the clock. When a man
came hastily in the door, one woman
rose, there was a significant smile, s
murmured greeting, before the two
vanished.
' In a luxurious chair Cherry waited.
Peter certainly would not cc me In un until
til until half -past twelve, perhaps not then.
Sn.-ldnlv. with a spring of her heart

against her ribs, she saw Peter's dark
head with its tonch of Iron gray.
Groomed and brushed scrupulously
as alwavs. with the little limp, yet as

.inn dimifled and erect, he came to

stand before her, and she stood up,

and their hands met Flushed and a

mtl confused, she followed him to

on inwrnsntrannn table In a corner of

the dining room. Then the dreamlike
nnralifT and beatitT of their hours

together began again.

"Did you expect me to meet you T

she smiled. For answer he looked at

her thoughtfully a minute before his
own face lighted with a bright smile.

"I don't think I thought of your not
being there," he conf essed. "I was
simply moving all morrlsg toward the

almost with anxiety, for at moment
then turned his attention to the bill
f fare. But Cherry was not hungry,
and she paid small attention to the
order, or to the food when It came.
Presently they were talking again.
In that hunger for self-analysis that
is a part of new love. They thrilled
at every word. Cherry raising her
eyes, shining with eagerness, to his,
or Peter watching the little down down-dropped
dropped down-dropped face In an agony of adoration.
An hour passed, two hours, after
awhile they were walking, still with
that strange sense of oneness and of
solitude, and still as easily as If they
had been floating, to the ferry.
Alix met them In Mill Valley with
Yivld accounts of the day; she had
been pondering the brief talk with
Anne, and was anxious to have Peter's

view ef it Peter was of the opinion

that Anne's conduct indicated very
clearly that she and Justin realized
that their case was tost

Then you're fixed for life. Cherry,"

was Alix s first remark. On, say I
she added, in a burst "Let's go down
to the old house tomorrow, will you?
Let's see what it needs, and how much

would have to be don to make it fit
t live Inl"

Cherry flushed, staring steadily at

her sister, and Peter, too, was con confused,
fused, confused, but Alix saw nothing. .The

next day she carried her point and

took them with her down to the old
house. Cherry was pale and fighting
tears, as they crossed the porch, and
fitted the key in the door. Inside the
house the air was close and stale.

odorous of dry pine walls and of un un-alred
alred un-alred rooms. Peter flung up a window,
the girls walked aimlessly about

through the familiar, yet shockingly

strange, chairs and tables that were all

coated thickly with dust

It needs everything!" Alix said.

after a first quick tour of Inspection,
eyeing a greater weather streak on

the raw plaster of the dining-room

wall. "It needs air, cleaning,- straight

ening, flowers Gosh, how it does

need people!"

"I I can't bear It!" Cherry said

softly, In a sick undertone.

Alix, who was rapidly recovering

her equilibrium, sprang upstairs with

out hearing her, but Cherry did not

follew. She went to the open front

doorway and stood there, leaning
against the sill, and gazing sadly out

at the shabby, tangled garden that

had sheltered all the safety and Joy

and Innocence of her little-girl days.

Peter." she said, as he came to

stand beside her, Tm so unhappy!

"Cherry, will you end it?" he asked

her, huskily.

She gave him a startled look.
"End ltr she faltered.
"Will you do you think you are

brave enough to give everything else
up for mr he asked.

"Peter r said Cherry, hardly above

a breatn.

"Will you go away with met" Peter

went on, feverishly. That's the only

way, now. That's the only way now.
Will you go away?"

Go away !" Cherry's face was ash

en as she moved her tragic and beau

tiful eyes to his. "Go away where?"

Anywhere 1" Peter answered, con

fusedly. "Anywhere!" He did not
meet her look, his own went furtively

about the garden. Immediately he

seemed to regain self-control. Tm

talking like a fooli" he said, quickly.

I don't know what I'm saying half

the time Tm sorry I'm sorry, Cher

ry. Don't mind me. Say that youH
forgive me for what I said 1"
He had taken her hands, and they
were looking dlstressedly and sober soberly
ly soberly at each other when an unexpected
noise made them step quickly apart

Cherry's heart beat madly with ter

ror, and Peter flushed deeply.

It was Martin Lloyd's aunt Mrs.
North, their old neighbor, who came
about the corner of the house, and

approached them smilingly. How much
had she seen? Cherry asked herself,
in a panic What were they doing?
r what were they saying as she ap

peared? how much had their atti attitude
tude attitude betrayed them?
Mrs. North was the same loud

laughing, cheerful woman as of old.

She kissed Cherry, and was full of

queries for Martin.

"Durango? Belle told me some something
thing something about his going there," she said.
"How long you been here. Cherry?"

"I've been with Alix and Peter for
M 1, PV.... mm A nn

LIFE

Fir,

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Ocala, Florida
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VULCANIZING
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OCALA, FLORIDA

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Phone 305

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Phone 431

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ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT-
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

!A.-:S)

FLOWER SEEDS

AND BULBS

Special Mixtures. Siceet Peas,

Dwarf Nasturtium in Bulk.

G. C. GREENE
Phone 435

AUGTIOHEERlfiG
Iiri

furniture, stock or goods of fl

any Vind sold, he will auction

market value. Consult bira if
you have anything to selL
J. H. CRAMER
P.O.Box3I0 Ocala, Fla.
Telephone 419

xjvnen lou

for several weeks," Cherry said, un

easily. Her eyes met Peter's and he
ronveved reassurance to her with a

look.

"When you going back, dear?" lira.

North asked, with so shrewd a glance

from Cherry's exquisite rosy face to

Peter's that he felt a fresh pang of

suspicion. She had seen sotnethlng-

"Why, Tve been ratherrather kept

here bv the the law-suit, haven't I.

MSITaB

mi

lour Best to
Joolfioiiydest
Iwlys b. sure t
ut.

iriEU.0

Thdntamh-,

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The charming im improvement
provement improvement in com complexion
plexion complexion beajjty
lasts all day and
the skin is pro pro-vided
vided pro-vided with proper
protection, as this
powder does net
wath off.

MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR

112 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

' KINDERGARTEN
For terms, apply to Miss EloUe

Henry, phone 340. 1-Ct

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClaue is now located

1 commercial iiau.it uuiiaiag. xju.v

phone 211 two rings; residence

phone 151. 15-tf,

W. K. Lane, rl. L pnysician ana

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala, Fla. Advtf

EAT AT THE MASINE

Best' meals in the city for 50 cents.

' jTwer.ty-cne meal ticket for $7. Phone
y 2C0. 310 N. Main street 27-ti

'Here's Alix," She Said Gladty
Alix Came Dewnstalra.

TO MRS. CLOSE'S PATRONS

Peter?" Cherry explained. "But I ex-

nect to so soon as it is all settled l

Here's Alix," she said, gladly, as Alix
came downstairs.
"TO bet you three are having real
good times I" Mrs. North said, with a
enrtoaa Lock from one tot the other.
(Ccatisusd Tccrrow)

This is a Etudebaksr year. tf

Mrs. Close wishes to say to her pa patrons
trons patrons that she has always furnished
them with good milk and that the re recent
cent recent trouble will be rectified as soon
as the cause of it can be located. Jlrs Jlrs-Close
Close Jlrs-Close is dolus everythir. that the
can now to fir: out what it is and in
a few days fcopts everything: will be
all rizLt. CEi



OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1921

ffl OCCURRENCES

If you have any ; society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. H. B. Miller of Leesburg was
in the city today atending to business.

Salt mullet, already scaled, at the

City Fish Market. 24-tf
Mrs, C. E. Connor of Inverness re

turned home today after a short visit

with her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Condon,

THE BOOK SHOP is showing some,
new things in several lines: Screens,

Pottery, Japanese Linens.

Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane and

granddaughter, Miss Helen Killebrew

left today for a week-end visit to rel

atives in St. Petersburg.
"

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel a?

the City Fish Market. ""

HONORING MISS MOORE

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY I isr of Augusta, Ga., are visiting Mrs. Fred K. Ik met ree Saleem M. Shabby

tf

In honor of Miss Sue Moore, who is

a charming bride-elect of this month.

Mrs. Alison Wartmann entertained at
bridge yesterday afternoon at her
home on Fort King avenue. The guests

were met by their hostess and pre

sented to Miss Moore.

The honoree was exquisitely gown

ed in midnight blue georgette elab

orately embroidered in-, beads. With
this costume was born a black panne

velvet picture hat, encircled with

black feathers.

, After all the guests had arrived

they located their partners and tables

by unique tally cards. The tallys were
hand-painted with clusters of orange
blossoms ond on each card were the
initials H. C. N.-S. F. IU and at attached
tached attached to each card were a bride and
groom fashioned from clothes pins.
There were five tables which were
placed in the long living room, which
was -beautifully decorated with vases

of cut flowers.

From four to six the guests were
entirely engrossed in the fascinating

t:Mp of auction. Miss Ome Cnazal

for Detroit, Mich., where she will at- was presented with the first prize, a
tend the meeting of the national con- late book of fiction, and all the guests

vpntion of bill Dosters. Mrs. Swaim cut for the consolation prize, an em

has for several years had the Ocala broidered handkerchief, which was
hill nostinz Dlant and has had a num- won by Mrs. Harry Borland. Miss

ber of very complimentary references Moore, the honor guest, was present present-to
to present-to the splendid condition in which she ed with a handsome set of Madiera
has always kept the boards in her luncheon napkins as a remembrance

district. Before returning home she of the occasion.
will visit Niagara Falls and other Mrs. Borland, Mrs. Frederick Hock

nmns of interest in the north. er and Mrs. Milby Lloyd assisted tne

hostess m serving tne aainiy reiresii-

- "'Talk about nre-war, prices: $2 less ments after the games.

The I Mrs. Wartmann's euests included

liail TT V W r w -
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford besides those serving, Mrs. T. M
m ?:ft- rnaHatprs $9.00. fnfirp. mother of the honoree, Mrs

tUa UU Xsx wy s v j ...... "1 I J
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub- Charles Moremen, Mrs. Paul Sim

iet to change. 10-l-30t mons, Mrs. Harry waiters, Mrs. i. tr

I '" rt TT

Drake, Mrs. .Norton uavis, Mrs. j. n.

Mr. B. F. Condon, the local agent Lloyd, Mrs. Harvey ClarK, Mrs. n. o

for Exide battery, is now in position Hall, Misses Alice Bullock, Ava Lee

to furnish a battery built especially Edwards, Callie Gissendaner, Eloise

for the Ford car, as will be seen by Henry, Miss Golf of Spartanburg;

consulting his advertisement in to- Elizabeth Davis, Mabel Meffert and

dav's papers. The Exide has long Blair Woodrow,

been popular with big car owners. This is the first of the affairs to be

given m honor of Miss Moore, and in

Missionary ,, circle No. 3, of the every way proved most delightful and

Methodist church, will hold a cake will be remembered by the honoree as

and candy sale tomorrow on the Ocala one of her happiest times.

House porch. It

, Missionary circle No. 3. of tne

-

Mr. B. A. Weathers returned home Methodist church, wiu noid a cane

yesterday af ternoon from Short Hills, and candy sale tomorrow on the Ocala

m .I hpr he has been visum? ms nouse norcn.

son. Mr. Neil Weathers, and family.

' 1 a

Complete assortment of the genu

When you want service, always gt me Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain

- . rr. -mr l tv ci.M

L. E. Cordrey to do it ior you. ne f ens at Anti-monopoiy jurug otuic

will do your moving and hauling of

a! kinds. Reasonable prices. Call Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Broom of Ocala,

phone 434. L. E. Cordrey. tf are in Orlando this week attending to

business matters and meeting inenas.

Miss Eloise Henry has as her guest Orlando Sentinel.

Miss Elizabeth Goff, of

16 pounds of sugar ior one dollar, J

F.obin sen's parents. Rev. and Mrs. Mc-

' i

with a dollar's worth of other groc-j

cues lt tacuj uatujuajF aim iuuuaji

of the Burbank

only,
tf

Phones 377 and 162.
H. B. WHirTINGTON.

pho:e 71
TEE EIGLE GRCfERY

! Sunday mornuig. We feci sure the at-!OppOSite IicrrlnfjtCn Hall Hcteli

WEST

are

! tcr.dance and enthusiasm will in in-j
j in-j crease under the new superintendent,

Mr. and Mrs. William Avera

in town for a few days visit with'ir- - -'.er-
Mrs. Wilson at the Ocala House. Mr. Mrs- v- H- Turner and Mr. Ray-
vera is on business in the citv and cnd Turret, -who have spent the

Mrs. Avera is taking advantage offP

the opportunity to visit her sister.

Mr. Charles Lloyd, of Jacksonville,

returned home yesterday after a

short stay in Ocala.

BELLEVIEW

sis weeks visiting relatives in

Smyrna and Macon, Ga., returned
Survday. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Turner
and children motored to Ocala to

meet them.

Miss Annie Flick spent the- week weekend
end weekend as the guest of Mrs. Eva L. Hitch Hitchcock.
cock. Hitchcock. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Taylor and Miss

Taylor left Monday for Citra,-where

ih?y will spend the winter as Mr.
Tcylor has a position in connection
-ith a larjre citru grove there.
Mr. II. I. Turner was in Ocala on
Tusdav attending to business.

Belleview, Oct. 5 Mrs. Adam Haff-

ner arrived Saturday irom JJes

Moines, Iowa, and will spent the win winter
ter winter with Mrs. Louis Weihe, where she

has light housekeeping rooms.

Miss Ellie Tremere returned home

Friday from a very pleasant visit

with relatives and frie:nds in Georgia.

Mr. George Newland and Mr. Edith

Terrill were auietlv united in mar

riage Friday night at the Methodist j L K t.un & i.uuu
parsonage by Rev. Searles. They have j AT GOLDMAN'S STORE
our best wishes for a long and happy

married life. iour creau s gooa .at my -store, in

Mr. Hall and family moved from jLrd;cs Ready-to-V ear as well as fur-

mture. l nave just received ray new
fdl line. B. Goldman's Furniture

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For fresh meat call phone 10S. Ma'.i
?treet Market. tf

her cousin,

Spartanburg, who arrived yesterday. J. R. Dewey of Ocala, was a busi

ness visitor m Orlando yesterday from

There's no extra charge for clean- Marion county. Orlando Sentinel.

intr your fish at the City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf Among the visitors in Lakeland to

day, here on business, is C. W. Hunter

One of the big trucks of the White 0f Ocala, one of the representatives

Star Line left early this morning for from Marion county in the Florida
Gainesville, with the household effects legislature. Mr. Hunter is an old

of Mr. James Metcalf.- The town, re- friend of J. Sanford Jowett of the

grets to hear we are losing this f am- Red Cross Pharmacy, he being a for

ily. Mr. Metcalf goes to Gainesville mer Ocala citizen, and M. H. Dorsett

to resume his former position with a also lending a hand at showing Mr

thA macTUficent charms of

U Lakeland. Lakeland Star.

the Glenn E. Merrill place to the
Marion .hotel the latter part of last

week.

Mr. R. L. Sumner left Sunday for
Jacksonville, where he will have an

operation performed on his nose.

The Epworth League enjoyed an another
other another pound party at their park Fri Friday
day Friday night. ;
Robert M. Merrill went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Friday and will spend a while
with his brother, Mr. Kenneth E.
Merrill and wife, and attend school
there.
Rev. and Mrs. Searles returned
home last week from New York, where
they have spent their rammer vaca vacation.!
tion.! vacation.! Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weihe and
Alice returned home Monday from a
visit with relatives and friends in

Manatee and Bradentown. They en

joyed this trip through the country in

their car.
Rev. Martin of Island Grove de delivered
livered delivered tw-o very interesting sermons.

at the Baptist church Sunday and will i
continue with a revival meeting this

week. Every one is urged to attend
these meetings. f
Mr. Charlie Freeman and three
3ons-visit their old home in Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater Sunday.
Mr. McPherson and mother of Ocala
were euests at the home of Mr. C. A.

Tremere Saturday.

Mrs. A. E. Ashworth and Miss

Mary A. Gale becran their school

work in Ocala Monday.

Miss Kathryn Feuchter and Mar

garet Monroe are attending school in

Ocala this term.

Master William Freeman's friends

gave him a birtnaay surprise party
Monday night. Many enjoyable games
were played and refreshments of ice
cream, rake and candy served.

Mr. and Mrs. Sasser and little

daughter of Leesburg have moved into j

the Goodwin cottage.

Mr. and Mrs. Egan and family left

Wednesday morning for Daytona,

where he has reecntly obtained work, j

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fctor

ime.
!, Cor.

Ft. King and Magnolia, tf

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I can now give you the
very latest, up-to-date
methods, assuring you
the most careful and

" thoro service.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
.Optometrist ur.d Optician
Eyesight imperialist
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR

Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies' coat suits, skirts,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate

es and' easy terms! B. Goldman's

Fort King
4-3t

To get acQUciclcd ive ?re mnk mnk-iag
iag mnk-iag to the publics speqal prices
en our entire stctL'. Here are aj

lev; o ir.c items jj
Swift Premium f Ham, per lb 33c jl

Compound Lard, per lb 13c
White Bacon, per lb ..13c
Smoked Bacon, per lb..'. ...22c

Hudnut's Grits, 10 pounds for.
Hudnut's Meal, 10 pounds for.
Jubilate1 eMrl, 10 pounds for.
Gold Medal Flour, 2i lb. sack,
Geld Medal Flour, 12 lb. sack.
Gold Medal Flour, 9S lb. &r.ck. .

Pillsburv Flour r rices n rr e a?

Gold Medal Flour. jl

Fashion S. R. Flour, rJo !b. ?rek. .$4.33
Fr-shion S. R. Flour, 24 lb. sack. $1.20 j
Fashion S. R. Flour, 12 ;. srck..60cl
Maxwell House Coffee, pound 36c s
Arbuckle's Coffee, pound 23c
Tall Can Milk 13c jj

Baby Can Milk 6c
Navy ar.d Baby Lima Beans, lb 8c
Black Eeye Peas, new crop, lb.... 10c
Sugar p?r pound 7c

Eagle Brand Milk ...23cU

Dime Brand Milk 13c f

Foil lice Frnlts and Vegetables
Our entire stock will be sold at i
reasonable price, ou are looseing
money every day if you dent trade
here. All we ask i-;-to try us once.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
THE EAGLE GROCERY

Phone 74 0pp. ilan moti Ui II
UNCLASSIFIL0
ADVERTISEIEKTS

n

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e invite you to come in

our! s eo on r xery god used
Uod Brothers meter cars.
With all the biiii.s in integrity
tegrity integrity which assures
Dode Brothers value, we
"are able to substantiate
our assertion ihat these
used cars are exceptional
values.

M

l.ck Taylor

Furniture Store, corner
ar.d Magnolia street

ADIES' READY-TO-WEAR

Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf

Mr null Mrs. Prank Drake and

Mrs. Gladys Drake Fox went to Jack

sonville yesterday. Mrs. Drake goes

tr. nTisnlt a Knecialist. havine for

some time been in poor health.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson Jr.,
of Ocala, spent Wednesday and Thurs Thurs-Hav
Hav Thurs-Hav at Olrfsmar. with Mr. and Mrs.

.mifTord Anderson of that nlace. visit- Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall, who has

ing Tampa in the interim. Mr. An- been with her daughter, Mrs. Jake
derson is theVmukir and nrarressive Mason in Tampa, is now connected

mayor of Ocala and is making a with the Martha Washington Tea
splendid record as chief executive of Rooms,-which will open in that city

i 4. i : w.,..;n;Li; .Tom no 1 cVrwvtiv This nlace is one of the

l,ila.t. UiXL lillll lUUlUV.WaillJI. iuuijiu suvivv x

most fashionable and up-to-date es

tablishments of the kind, and Mrs

Rtovall is making a decided success

of her work there.

Tribune.

r

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

Mrs. Mary G. Chambers left yes

I tnrrlav "f AT" Miami, where she will

Mrs. Mary Williams of Jacksonville spend the winter,
arrived in Ocala vesterday and is 'the

truest of Mr. and Mrs. George Will- Mrs. F. B. Beckham and grand-

lams. r daucrnter, niue jsiiss i.-it:iiie onvuvi.

at the home of Mrs. Mack

Miss Floyd Whittle, after spending Taylor after a pleasant visit in Fer

the week with Mrs. George Taylor, is nandina

again at the home of her sister, Mrs

Crawford. I Mrs. A. B. Weaver of Miami is vis

iting her sister and brother in Ocala

Let us exchange youi old furniture 1 Mrs. A. A. Winer and Mr. S. M. Lum

for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm

The King's Daughters heldf their
regular monthly meeting yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. H.
Van Engelken. As this was the first
meeting since this organization dis disbanded
banded disbanded in the early summer, there
was a great deal of work on hand.
The reporting of relief given the
needy families and new cases taken

up occupied p art of the time of the

Daughters. Among other things it

was decided to purchase a marker of
stone for the graves in their lot in
the Greenwood annex cemetery." The
last half-hour was spent socially the
hostess serving tea to her guests.

Mr. L. W, Duval left' today for
Yong Grove, Ky., wher he will join

his wife and daughter, who have been

spending the summer there. Mrs.
Duval had intended to return to Ocala

in September, but has been quite sick

and unable to travel. It is hoped that

Mr. Duval will find her much improv-

mus. Mrs. weaver is a patieiiu
the Marion County Hospital, where

she had to undergo a "slight operation

Thursday morning. She is doing

nicely and her friends hope for her a

speedy recovery.

Visit jmy ladies' ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies' coat suits, skirts,
fcirt waist and dresses. Moderate
jiics and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
ar.d Magnolia street 4-3t

This is a Studebaker year. tf

KRYSO Sore head remedy for chick

ens and other poultry, fifty cents by

mail er dealer will get it for you
Address KRYSO, Box lloJ, Tampa

Fla.

P-S-lm

FOR SALE- Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga

rage fc

Phone 3 43

OCALA FLA

For further information call at
Needham Eros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf

F6R SALE Twc

BLITCHTON

Like the first exhilarating
breezes" of autumn comes these

EXQUISITE
FALL HATS

A wonderfully attractive col collection
lection collection of original styles in
street and dress hats. Prices
that relieve the strain on the
purse without sacrificing qual quality
ity quality or style. Our large stock en-
ables us to suit you regardless
of the size of your purse. Let
us demonstrate.

ELITE SHOP

.o four-room houses,

just painted. Just outside city lim-1
its; $1009 each. Liberal terms. Big

Phone 76

Ocein Houc Block, South Side

lots. E.
Jake's.

C. Jordan,

oir.ee over i
OO 1 04- i

Mustard Greens Cabbage
Squash Egg Plant.
Celery Okra Snap Peas
Aspics Perfcimmons Bananas

Blitchton, Oct. 5. Mrs. B. C. Blitch

invited a number of relatives and i

friendsvto her home Sunday to help j j

Mr. B. C. Blitch celebrate his birth birthday.
day. birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.

B. R. Blitch and family, Mr. and Mrs.
L. T. Hendrix, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Prine and Messrs. W. E. and Tom

Smith of North Carolina.

The Messrs. Smith of Asheville, left

for home Monday after visiting their
farm here.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prine and

Messrs. Howard and Sewell Perdue of
Gainesville, were week-end visitors.

Services were well attended Sunday

afternoon.

DeCAMP & WEAVER
OcalaHouse Block Opposite
Courthouse

BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When ir
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone ICS and
117. 23-tf

PEAL Dairy covs, heavy springers
and with calves at foot. Jerseys,
Guernseys and Holsteins, one or
car load. T. B. te.sted. Dehorned.
Anthony Farms. Anthony, Fla. tf

FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Miss Bessie Whetstone, 715 South

11 v

1 TT

5?

Mrs. Dollie Blitch and Mr. Loonis

Blitch visited Mcintosh Saturday.

I have decided to put on the market
rr.v 1-nd out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave ave-nres.
nres. ave-nres. Will sell, 2 or five-acre lots,
part ca;h and five years to pay bal-

! r.:?ce. See me -for terms,
j Ocala is now rapidly building east
1 and is certain to build out on thi3

BURBANK

Burbank, Oct. 5. Mr. Hugh Mc Mc-Manus
Manus Mc-Manus spent Wednesday in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Abbott and
daughter, Dixie,. Mrs. Thorpe and
Bert Chapman of Ocala visited Eu.r-

T""?rt, Buy a lot and start you an
crane grov.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon

ar.d tomato land 32 miles east of

Ocala. Will either rent or sell. House

ar.d pood well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
ti e south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.

Fifth street, Ocala.

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WANTED 500 men to let me take
'their order for their new fall and

winter suits. Prices right, terms
.light. Why pay cash? Why pay
more? B. Goidman's, corner Fort
King and Magnolia St., Ocala. 5-tf
WANTED Lfficicnt "bookkeeper and
stenographer wants position. Ad

dress X. Y. Z., in
Star.

Special for Saturday
15 pounds Sugar for $1.00
"ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE"

,-:-:-

o of the Ocala
4-6t

WANTED Velvet beans. Will pay
75 ceus rer 100 rounlr. delivered.

i
'Anthony Farms, Anthony, rla. 6-tf i

WANTED Position in dry goods
store by lady. Have had several
years experience. Address "L," in
care of the Star. 6-3t

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0
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LATEST

The Court Pharmacy has on dis

play in one of its front windows, the
latest creation of the Edison Phono Phonograph
graph Phonograph Company. This machine is
termed the Eighteenth Century Eng English
lish English and is built in the horizontal in instead
stead instead of the vertical style. The record

cabinet is on one side of the machine,
rather than under it, as in the stand

ard type machine. The workmanship

of this instrument is of the finest. It

is made Qf the finest mahogany grown

in Africa. It is decorated with and

painting. ...

Master Collie Clayton, one of the
Star's faithful carrier boys, serving
subscribers in the second ward, had
the misfortune to break his arm while
doing stunts on the horizontal bars
at the high school play grounds this
forenoon.

Bank .Thursday afternoon.

Mr. Osborne of Ocala and Mr. Mor- j Part cash, balance on terms,
rison of Invemes, stopped over in j W. CAHN
Burbank a while on Tuesday as they j .

tocp through insDectmE: the Ula-

waha Valley track.

AKAnt seventeen Deonle met las

Friday morning, each with a well

. 1 J 1 A. V

ed basket and tnen proceeaeu iu u.i :r, CC'
-,, .-13 rf Rv and Mrs. McCann. It .

All-tW .

Was LO ccieuiaic xvt. i.i

WANTED 500 men to let me take!
their order for their new fall and :
winter suits. Trices right, terms
light. Why pay cah? Why pay
more? B. Goldman's, corner Fort
King and Magnolia St., Ocala. 5-tf

"4" "Arrival ami depart".:-2 f packer. get

WANTED To rent clo?.e in, either
furnished or unfurnished bedroom
for man and wife. Ad Iress, Room,
, Box 21?, city. 5-Ct
WANTED By couple, two furnished
rooms f or lit lit housekeeping. Ad Address
dress Address "L," care Star cfrice.- G-Ct

3D

Brown Oxfords
In High and Low Heels
PRICE
$3.75 to $7.50
Ladies Department

HEMSTITCHING At :
machine c:r.ce. C17 N.
Mail orders reiunv.-d

.s informr.tir.n

day.

blacksmith shop when the party ai

surprise to :

; ; .i..tc o cnrnnlp!

CU, 13 b 1 j
At nnfln rloths were scread on;

li4411. v -

day, which was to be tne iouuving ; tr:t,;eJ.

He was busily at workm his; i'Enerr. M?rr r! tinei

am I an;j i-
Manr.xce-t Petr-brg 4:Co prr

rk-St. Prtrii.rr I F.ir

tv.-o large tables in the McCann dining Tam;a

room and a bounteous and deacious t
rch K-vnfYfit Viv the euests w&s

spread and much enjoyed by all pres- rpt
ent. A small purse of money, which : ;,-.-,

had been made up among the men a:

n nrt; Dincuay. gut, "3

with a law remarKS oy au. ut-vfg JVennvi'!e-N,Yr!-i -'Z:'-:? trr

Row;n. Rev. McCann then spoke ajvl?, JksovilV Gai-.-v;' e 3:24 prr

few words of

Pnllntc-pr? h'C

McCann. The afternoon was spent m j Dunr.ellon-WncvX

ine

In ;rer Sewing
Magnolia St.
same day as

received. C. G. Wile, Manager. 6-tf

FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for litrht hra?c keeping, with
connecting lath; S23 fer month.
805 Tuscjiwilla St,. Thcno 3"2X. 6-3t

Hheinauer and

Co,

. v .".

: v

... .- -. .-

1't.tribis 4:0.j pm
Arriv

e-N'York 2:10 arr)

.;it- l.'-.ftrn- .( SI Last 31

17 rm JaJK--v-.-ie 'prr ; buver

ATLANTIC rf).T LIL: 11. h.

FOR RENT r'urrishtd rooms for
light "housekeeping, second floor.
Bath and orh-r moicrn convenien convenien-iences.
iences. convenien-iences. Apply to Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, 447 Oklawaha Ave. 7-6t

snrinzs, a

watch charm,
gore ar.d get

day r.'cht, either at

Snrir.j:? or on read to the

Knight Templar design

Return to T. M. Kil Kil-reward.
reward. Kil-reward. 7-3t

appreciation, which were s:42 am. Jkson-ii-C"-. lie 10:13 ;

conversation and singing song;

day proved to be very enjoyable to
all present and one which will not
!-c forgotten soon.

rr

irr

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Du-ellm-LkJ.and ll:03rn

?-30 nm Homosassa 1:25 pa:

10:15 rm Leesturg

1G pounds of sugar for cr.e dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc-

r.i Monday

4:4o vtj

Gairesnile

6:42 arr cries for

11:50 air

I only.

Phones
T T

1 1

;77 and 1C:

Fre- Delivery, Courtesy, Senice, Quality. Phone 562
Cresceit Grocery
Pedrick Brothers Staple andFancy
Groceries
These are our cash prices for Saturday and Monday

Best Creamery Butter....
Kmgan's Box Beacon
Jrish Potatoes, peck ----
Suar, 15 pounds
M." H. Coffee, lb.... K
Argo Starch, per package...
Octagae Soap, large.. --
Come to us for prices, quality and service.

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