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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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Generally fair tonight and Wednesday except probably showers in extreme south portion; cooler in north portion Wednesday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 60; this afternoon, 7S.
OCALA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 11)21
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SELECTED A TRIAL BRITISH APATHY
TWO HOURS TAKER
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Colonel Simmons in Washington Be Before
fore Before Investigating Committee
- of Congress

(Associate Pess)
Washington, Oct. 11. The House
rules committee today opened hear hearings
ings hearings on a number c-f resolutions pro--vidinsr
for a congressional investiga
tion of the Ku Klux Klan. Colonel
Win. J. Simmons, of Atlanta, impe imperial
rial imperial wizard, was one of the first wit witnesses
nesses witnesses to arrive for the hearing.
UPTON APPOINTED
Washington, Oct. 11. George W.
Upton, a Warren, Ohio, business man,
was nominated by President Harding
.today to be a member of the federal
. trade commission. Ho succeeds John
. G. Pollard, democrat. Mr. Upton is
' the husband of Harriet Taylor Upton,
vice chairman of the republican na national
tional national committee.
A POPULAR REMEDY
Washington, Oct. 11. Readjust-
: ment and reduction of railroad
freight rates constituted one of the
; several recommendations formulated
for presentation today to the nation national
al national unemployment1 conference for
bringing about permanent betterment
of the nation's commerce and industry
with consequent relief of unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment. -FIRST
MEETING TOMORROW
Washington, Oct. 11. Secretary of
Hughes today issued a call for the
first meeting of the American repre representatives
sentatives representatives to the armament limitation
conference, tomorrow at ten o'clock,
at the state department.
STICKS TILL FEB. FIRST
Washington, Oct. 1 1. The emerg emergency
ency emergency tariff instead of expiring Nov.
27t',h, would remain in effect until
Feb. 1st, under a bill favorably re reported
ported reported today by the House ways and
means committee. The life of the dye
embargo would be extended as well as
the rates carried in the emergency
act.
ENTERING UPON HIS
HIGHER OFFICE
( Associated Pres3)
St. Augustine, Oct. 11. Bishop
Curley announced yesterday that he
would assume his duties as arch archbishop
bishop archbishop 'of Baltimore November 30th,
ac which time the document authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing his appointment will be read at
a quasi private celebration. The in installation
stallation installation ceremonies will take place
'in the cathedral in Baltimore early in
January.
; A PRIZE BREEDER
i (Associated Press)
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 11. A. B. Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, a Savannah negro employed by
the Atlantic Coast Line railway, prob probably
ably probably has the largest family in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. He is the father of 32 children
and hiis had three wives. Twenty-six
of the! children are living. The negro
was blessed with seven sets of twins
and two sets of triplets. The oldest
son is 45 years old. Burgess has
scores of grandchildren When the last
set of twins were born Burgess and
his wife ran out of names and the
children grew up nameless finally
selecting their own names when they
entered public school. Burgess shied
at -selecting names when he found he
had been doubling up, having two
Williams and two Sallies in the flock.
YOUR CREDITS GOOD
V AT GOLDMAN'S STORE
Your credit's good at my store, in
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear as well as fur furniture.
niture. furniture. I have just received my ney
fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf
PARTICULAR PEOPLE
OF ST. PETERSBURG
Seem to Think Their Highest Official
Should Remain Sober
. ft PoHHft
. St- ..Jt
sjgnea oy v TV "1
late yesterday, asking that the city,
commissioners call an election for the j
.. C JAnMiM nrVAAW VoiTftf'
:.n"
The petitions are based
vpon an affidavit, filed by Thornton
Parker, -and charging the mayor with j
drunkenmess
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

Illinois Governor Will Go to Lake to

Answer Charges of Conspiracy r
and Embezzlement I
(Associated Press) j
Springfield, Ill Oct. 11. Lake I
county has been selected as the place!
for the trial of Governor Small on I
charges of embezzlement and conspir-1
ney to defraud the state while state
treasurer. Lake county is in the I
northeastern corner of the state, ad-J
joining mok county.
' 1 A I
W. J. COLBERT
The Star regrets to note the death
of an old and valued citizen, Mr. W.
J. Colbert of Sparr, who passed away
at a private sanitarium at River
Junction, at an early nour tnis morn-1
ing.
Mr. Colbert was in his 68th year.
He came to Marion county m 1881
and homesteaded at Silver Springs
Later he removed to Sparr.
Mr. Colbert was quite active for his
years until about two years and a
half ago, when he had a long spell of
uiness. tie recoverea enougn to oe
un and around, out was never wen
again.
For the last year or more he had
been living with his son, W. L. Col-
bert and family. They gave him the I
best of care, but his condition made
it necessary a snort time S
him to the sanitarium.
His two sons are Messrs. W. L. Col Colbert
bert Colbert of Ocala, and J. J. Colbert of
Miami, and his daughter, Mrs. J. A. I
uiwum. -'-"-.j.
wnue me iunerai arrangements i
are not aennueiy Known, me last
services will probably take place to
morrow afternoon. The remains will
arrive on the 1:55 p. m. train. Sam
R. Pyles & Company have charge
Everybody sympathizes with the
bereaved children and grandchildren
who have lost one who was indeed
dear to tb6m
MRS. GEORGE GOOLSBY
Mrs. George Goolsby died Sunday
morning at her home near Oak. The
funeral took place at Griner Farm
cnurcn at y ociock jvionaay morning i
and interment was made at Belleview. J
Mrs. Goolsby leaves three spns, one
brother, Mr. John Seiler, and a sister,

Mrs. M. A. Abshier, of Belleview, to was a mass Gf charred wood and melt melt-mourn
mourn melt-mourn her death. Rev. Gus Padgett or twisted metal. The garage was
of Anthony officiated, and Roberts & iso a total loss. The car was cov-

Spencer had charge of the funeral
arrangements. I
BIRTHDAY PARTY
In honor of her fifttenth birthday,!

Miss Adeline Malever invited a num-1 West Palm Beach, Oct. 11. A ver ver-ber
ber ver-ber of her friends yesterday after-1 diet of murder in the first degree,

noon to fittingly celebrate the occas-1
ion.
The afternoon was spent most en-
joyably playing games and dancing,
and as the afternoon drew to a close,
the guests were invited into the din-

ing room, which was prettily deco- J and Joyce were formerly business as as-rated.
rated. as-rated. The dining table was centered I sociates. The crime was committed

with a large birthday cake on which!
were placed 15 candles.
The hostess served dainty refresh
ments consisting of cake, fruit and
lemonade. The guests had a most
enjoyable time and Miss Malever was!
showered with congratulations and!

the best of wishes. bill for tolls exemption of American
Those invited to enjoy this happy coastwise vessels passing through the
occasion with the honoree were Lora Panama canal was passed by the Sen Sen-Thomas,
Thomas, Sen-Thomas, Delzelle Pasteur, Mabel ate yesterday, 47 to 37. The measure

Goldman, Natalie MinshalL Fanitalgoes to the House, where it is ex

Cobb; Francis Lummus, Sara Scott,
India Smith, Barbara Johnson, Har
riet Smith, Eva Burton, Anna Bur
ton, Louise Clement, Babette Peyser,
Rose Wolff, Mamie Sue Spencer,
Sophie Church and Miss Rosalie
Isaac.
Mayor Hickson of Mcintosh was in
I town last night. He reports that hav
J ing acquired great wealth from his
office he thinks he will retire while the
'retiring is good.
!
BUY ON CREDIT
i
skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,
exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN.
i
I iUlt b
OIL STOVES
Refinished, re-wicked and put in
o-rwvri vendition. Cold weather IS
coming Phone 350. Roberts & Spen-
cer ll-12t

Pershing Will be Warmly Welcomed

in London on the 20th
of October
(Associated Pre3)
London, Oct. 11. General Pershing
will come to London October 20th to
lay the medal of honor voted by the
United States Congress on the tomb
of the unknown British 6oldier, the
British foreign office announced today.
APPRECIATE THE HONOR
London. Opt. 11. The British eov-
ernment last night telegraphed Paris,
lexnressin? its nleasure at the orooos
ed visit of General Pershing to lay a
congressional medal of honor on the
tomb of an unknown British soldier in
Westminster Abbey, and General
pershing is assured of the warmest
welcome.
FOOTBALL
Local football fans will have an
rmnnrtii-nitv tn see the revised edition
lf fte Q H g football squad go thru
the tactics that will be employed next
Saturday against the Palatka pigskin
chagera. Two strong teams of husk
ies will face each other at the kick-
off and a genuine' battle is promised.
All rought edges have been smoothed
down and with several new additions
, rpspnf snnad w;ii
giye & gQod account of itself in future
encounters. The boys have trained
strenuously for the past two weeks,
and are all on edge awaiting the ref referee's
eree's referee's whistle. Come out tomorrow
d ghow the boyg that y)U want a
winning team
Game called at 4:15
wednesday
AUTOMOBILE BURNED
About 12:30 last night, Fred Mal-
over. who wa snendinc the nio'hfc witVi
. nnMfnjm was awakened hv nis-
tol shotg and crieg of fire and looked
Qut tQ discover that Jake Goldman's
; A? ttvwJ oii
the telephone office, which turn turned
ed turned in the alarm. Then he went out
side to see if he could save Jake's
car but the earage and car were a
masa cf flames and he was unable to
get to the car. The fire department
arriVed on the scene a few minutes
iater and was busy for three-quarters
o1- an j,our before the flames were
extinguished. By that time the car
ered by insurance but the garage was
not.
THE USUAL VERDICT
(Associated Press)
with a plea for clemency, was return
I ed last night by the jury in circuit
court after deliberating two hours,
against John Lewis, for the murder
of James Joyce, of Pelican Island, in
the Lake Okeechobee region. Lewis
about two months ago
1 DISHONORABLE MEASURE
PASSED THE SENATE
(Associated Press
Washington, Oct. 11. The Borah
I pected it will be subject to indefinite
deiay in consideration, at least, until
1 after the conference of limitation of
j armament.
BUNN HAD BETTER NOT
TRIED TO RUN
j (Associated Press)
J Fort Worth, Oct. 11. David Bunn,
confessed negro bandit who held up
and robbed a camping party at Lake
Worth near here last week, was shot
to death here today when he attempt-
ed to escape from officers bringing
111 Jill liUUl XCU.OLd W va. w tw--
trial. Bunn was saved by officers
1 from three mobs last week.
There will be services at the Jewish
synagogue Tuesday evening, October
11th, at 7:30, also Wednesday morn-
ing. The public is cordially invited.
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
I the City Fisih Market.

Between British and Sinn Fein Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives in London
this Morning

(Associated Press J
London, Oct. 11. The conference of
representatives of the British govern government
ment government and the Sinn Fein met at eleven
o'clock this morning at Premier Lloyd
George's official residence. After, a
session which lasted until one o'clock,
the .conference adjourned until later
in the day.
A communique issued' after ad adjournment
journment adjournment merely said the first ses session
sion session of the conference on Ireland
was held at 11 o'clock. It gave the
names of those present and announc announced
ed announced the conference had adjourned until
four o'clock this afternoon. The Irish
delegates refused to answer questions
put by newspaper men. One of Lloyd
George's secretaries, who received the
newspaper men after the conference,!
said "Ypu cannot expect any news
for weeks yet.
PETITION FOR MR. MARTIN
Several names having been left off
Mr. Martin's petition printed yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, we have added them on and re reprint
print reprint the petition as follows:
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 7, 1921.
To. E. H. Martin, Ocala, Fla.:
We, the undersigned citizens of the
city of Ocala, hereby petition you to
become a candidate for alderman-at-large
of said city to be voted on at
the general election to be held in and
for said city on the second Tuesday in
December, 1921:
H. W. Walters, Robert MacKay, J.
J. Gerig, N. T. Mitchell, Sid R. Wha Wha-ley,
ley, Wha-ley, H. A. Davies, H. Lee Sharp, W.
P. Preer, E. T. Helvenston, John R.
Preer, C. E. Winston, Max M. Fishel,
J. W. Tally, W. W. Stripling, C. G.
Rose, Geo..N. Looney, J. G. Parrish,
W. C. Ray, B. A. Weathers, David
S. Woodrow, E. J. Crook, Louis R.
Chazal, George MacKay, J. M. Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, A. J. MacKay, C. C. Meffert, W. F.
McAteer, W. T. Gary, E. C. Bennett,
Lanier Robertson, P. V. Leavengood,
N. P. Davis, J. H. Spencer, G. S.
Scott, W. C. Jeffords, T. W. Troxler,
W. W. Clyatt, D. Niel Ferguson, F.
W. Cook, A. E. Gerig, Frank Harris,
C. W. Moremen, L. W. Ponder, H. A.
Waterman, H. D. Stokes, C. C. Simp
son, B. J. Collier, D. B. Mayo, John
L. Edwards, W. G. Marshall, H. H.
Henderson, Baxter Carn, Frank G.
Churchill, B. Rheinauer, H. M. Hamp
ton, H. L. Borland, S. T. Sistrunk,
Paul Simmons, John Thomson, J
Malever, Jas. J. Taylor, L. E. Futch,
H. B. Whittington, L. H. Pillans, H
C. Jones, B. H. Norris, R. S. Rogers,
B. M. Wilson, E. G. Peek, R. S. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, Howard Clark, D. W. Tompkins,
J. G. Lege, W. H. Marsh, M. A. Ten
Eyck, J. B. Christie, H. S. Minshall,
C. G. Barnett, M. W. Lloyd, W. W.
Rilea, M. M. Little, C. 'V. Roberts, J.
L. Smoak, Lester Warner, L. Toffa Toffa-lotti,
lotti, Toffa-lotti, J. E. Theus, F. T. Schreiber, C.
A. Fort, Wm. J. Thomas, James B.
Carlisle, S. S. Savage Jr., M. M. Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Lee Miller, R. Thor Weaver, W.
A. Knight, J. J. Blalock, Max Israel-
son, Louis R. Chazal, L. J. Blalock,
J. T. Williams, Chas. B. Rawls, M. W.
McDavid, M. M. Carter, W. D. Taylor,
W. L. Armour, P. W. Whiteside, W.
S. Bray, Philip G. Murphy," C. Sim-
I mons, B. L. Adams, Charles S. Cullen,
Carroll Fraser. J. R. Martin, T. H.
Johnson, W. R. Bailey, J. W. Crosby,
D E. Mclver, C. B. Ayer, Harvey
Clark, J. K. Dickson, S. M. Lummus,
W. W. Condon, Jas. J. Pyles, R. N.
Dosh, L. G. Bailey, H. W. Tucker, R.
T. Adams, R. T. Stroud, DeWitt
Griffin, L. M. Murray, R. I Carter,
J H. Smith, Thomas bexton, A. A.
Winer, W. E. Melson, B. D. Black Blackburn,
burn, Blackburn, J. Harry Walters, G. Edw. Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, W. A. Wilds, Si Perkins, L. K.
Braddock, J. R. Dewey, C. E. Ahearn,
W. S. Bullock Jr., W. E. Smith,- L. R.
Bracken, Charles Peyser, J. L. Smith,
W. S. Bullock, L.' N. Green, Mack
Taylor, C. W. White, H. A. Wart-
mann, H. R. Wikle, H. L. Walters,
Sidney Haile, A. G. Gates, W. R. Ped Ped-rick,
rick, Ped-rick, T. P. Drake.
TRYING OUT THE
WOULD-BE MEDICOS
Tallahassee. Oct. 11. Thirty-two
applicants for license to practice med
icine in Florida began taxing the ex
amination today with the composite
board of examiners in charge. The
applicants include one woman physic physician,
ian, physician, one Grek and one Filipino.

New York, Oct. 11. The weather
was clear at 7 o'clock this morning
and the forecaster predicted favorable
conditions for this .afternoon's sixth
world series game.
Harper for the Yankees and Barnes
for the Giants are expected to pitch.
No one is sure they will start, how however.
ever. however. Even Huggins and McGraw
seemed undecided this morning. Hug Hug-gins
gins Hug-gins agreed it might be Harper but
surmised he would also give thought
to Shawkey or Quinn. McGraw said
he would pitch either Barnes or
Toney.
Only gloom in the Yankee gamp
resulted from the fact that the doctor
again ordered Ruth out of the series,
on account of his injured arm and
leg. Ruth obviously is in bad shape
after yesterday's exertions and the
doctor declared there was danger of
permanent injury if the big slugger

persisted further in using his infected
arm. Huggins declared the Yankees
would win without Ruth, however.
Ruth announced today that the in
jury to his arm would keep him out
of the game for the rest Of the series.
His physician warned him, he said, to
take further chances would risk the
loss of his arm.
HARPER PITCHED FOR HUGGINS
Polo Grounds, Oct. 11. Harry Har Harper
per Harper was Huggins' choice for pitcher
in today's game, with Shawkey and
Quinn held in reserve. McGraw look looked
ed looked to Tony and Barnes but which one
would go to the mound was not known
until the time of the game.
Polo Grounds, Oct. 11. The Giants
took the sixth game of the world se series
ries series today, with the score of 8 to 5.
Both teams have won three games.
BUY ON CREDIT
Ladies dresses, coats, coat suits,
skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,
exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN,
C-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.
Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
A good line of wood heaters. We
put them up. Roberts & Spencer. 12t
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR SALF, Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel 30-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 16S and
117. 28-tf
PEAL Dairy cows, heavy springers
and with calves at foot. Jerseys,
Guernseys and Holsteins, one or
car load. T. B. tested. Dehorned.
Anthony Farms. Anthony, Fla. tf
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. Goldman's, corner Fort
King and Magnolia St., Ocala. 5-tf
WANTED Velvet beans. Will pay
75 cents per 100 pounds, delivered.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 6-tf
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. Goldman's, corner Fort
King and Magnolia St., Ocala. 5-tf
WANTED To rent close in, either
furnished or unfurnished bedroom
for man and wife. Address, Room,
Box 213, city. 5-3t
WANTED By couple, two furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad Address
dress Address ML," care Star office. 6-t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, second floor.
Bath and other modern convenien convenien-iences.
iences. convenien-iences. Apply to Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, 417 Oklawaha Ave. 7-6t
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
machine office, 317 N. Magnolia St.
Mail orders returned same day as
received. Call phone 542. C. G.
Wile, manager. 10-6-tf
WANTED A few select boarders in

Will Open Tuesday, Nov. 22, Elab Elaborate
orate Elaborate Plans for It Being
Carried Out
The fourteenth annual Marion
County Fair to be held this year Nov.
22, 23, 24 and 25th, Thanksgiving
veek, gives every promise of being in
fact the largest and best ever held.
The Marion County Fair and Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Association, as a result of
last year's successful fair, is entirely
free from debt and the officers of the
oiganization are most optimistic in
regard to the 1921 show. Not only is
it expected that the features of the
fair in the past will be improved upon
this year, but announcements of a
number of new features have been
made by the manager.
For the first time in its history,
the fair association will this year
award grand championships for live
stock. The decision to make this
award was reached at a meeting of
the board of directors held last Sat

urday, and these prizes, therefore,
have not been included in the publish published
ed published premium list. Prizes of 25 each
will be awarded this year for the
grand champion bull and cow in the
dairy breeds, and the grand champion
bull and cow in the beef type cattle.
Another new feature of the live stock
exhibit this year will be that the fair
association will feed all of the live
stock exhibited and it will not be
necessary, as in past years, for the ex exhibitors
hibitors exhibitors to go to the expense and
trouble of providing feed for. their
stock. A special effort, in fact, i3
being made by the fair management
to arrange for a live stock exhibit
that will be above the ordinary and
special stress will be laid this year
on the dairy types of cattle in view
of the movement being made in Mar Marion
ion Marion county to establish here a cen central
tral central creamery and to build up the
dairy industry.
The fair management expects this
year to have the most complete ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of citrus fruits that it has ever
had, and the prizes for citrus fruits
have accordingly been incerased. As
the groves of Marion county produce
50 to 75 per cent first grade fruit, an
unusually fine exhibit of fruit is to
be expected.
The community exhibit will again
be a big feature of the fair and an
incerase in the number of these ex exhibits
hibits exhibits is looked for. The fair man-
ageemnt has provided for the pay payment
ment payment of ?25 to each community ex exhibiting
hibiting exhibiting as a contribution towards
the cost, of getting the exhibit to together.
gether. together. The fair grounds are now being put
in shape for the fair. Repairs are
being made and the buildings white whitewashed.
washed. whitewashed. New racing stables are to
be built at the northern end of the
fair grounds in a location which will
not make it necessary to take the
horses through the crowds in order
to get them to the track. A new
cement floor is being -placed in the
woman's building.
The midway attractions will be
furnished this year by the Johnny
Jones Exposition Shows, which will
come to the Marion County Fair fol following
lowing following their engagement at the Flor Florida
ida Florida State Fair in Jacksonville.
private home. Room suitable for
man and wife, two ladies or two
gentlemen. Phone 413 or apply at
18 North Watula street. ll-t
FOR RENT Front bed room, either
for one or couple. Phone 238, or
No. 34 North Sanchez. ll-t
FOR RENT Unfurnished desirable
five or seven-room apartment with
two large halls, "bath, large, airy
rooms, large porch, garage, all
modern conveniences, private en entrances.
trances. entrances. Possession Oct. 15. Apply
Mrs. George Blitch. 10-ll-t
FOR RENT Furnished, four-room
lower apartment on Oklawaha Ave.,
screened porch, bath, large airy
rooms, electric range, modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Private entrances, ga garage.
rage. garage. Possession Nov. 1. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch. ll-t
FOP. RENT Furnished, very desir desirable
able desirable lower apartment, four rooms,
bath, sleeping porch, pantry, built built-in
in built-in cupboard, large grounds, close
in, well furnished, modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Possession Oct. 15. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch. ll-t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
for rent. Phone 578 or call at C03
East Second St. ll-Zi



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Oc.LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1921

Ceala Evening Star
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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
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SALT SPRINGS

Salt Springs is a fountain of health
in the wilderness and one of the
gems in Nature's casket of jewels.
Thru some geological freak, there is

a seam or channel in the strata be between
tween between the ocean and the underground
fresh water that spouts with much
force into the irregular bowl of the
springs. Accident has blended with
exquisite result a mineral water that
has the fluid of many of the world's
most f amoias health resorts faded and

stale. There, is just enough salt in
the water to make a refreshing taste.
One can drink the water in great
quantities without any of the nausea
that accompanies quaffing the output
of the average mineral spring. Both
sick, and well like to drink it, and ani ani-'
' ani-' mals as well as men and women. I
have no analysis of its water and
wouldn't know what it meant if I did
an analysis and what it really de denotes
notes denotes is intelligible to not more than

one person in a hundred, and I am
not one of the ones. But it has been
' proven by thousands of people in this
county alone that the water is of ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary virtue for many diseases,
as well aa being a most pleasant
beverage.
The springs spout up in several
' strong boils in a space less than fifty

yards each way, at the foot of an en encircling
circling encircling bluff, the sides of which rise
about fifteen feet above the water.
The bottom is of firm white sand, be below
low below which at no great depth lies the
rock It is right in depth for a big
swimming pool. The water is of one
temperature the year around, tho' it
seems warm in January and cool in
July. Bathing in it, beside being an
exquisite ; pleasure, is beneficial for
almost all skin diseases, rheumatism
and its kindred complaints.
Salt Springs, in the years ago, be before
fore before the white man came, may have
been a scene of rare beauty. It is in
what was once a dense hardwood

hammock; and with walls of big trees
I on three sides must have lain like a
diamond dropped into a cluster of
emeralds. Tho the trees are now a
good deal thinned out, there is yet a

plentiful shade. The water leaving

the sprines rushes thru a channel

about as wide as the pool to a lake

some 200 yards away. The right

bank of the channel is high with

plenty of trees to the mouth of the

creek where it slopes into a cypress

swamp. The left bank, the one used
t visitors, hierh at the sprines. and

well shaded, grades down to a little

prairie on the point that projects into
"the lake.: The lake is wide and shal shallow,
low, shallow, but with a eood channel thru it.

and empties into Salt creek, which

runs into the St. Johns river a few

miles away. The left shore of the

spring and run has been used by

campers and other visitors for many

years, and its good looks and other

advantages are apparent, in spite of
the rather careless treatment it has
received.
It is often said that the lack of
good roads shuts Salt Springs off
from civilization. This statement will
hardly stand. It is now approached
by roads from several directions, and
while they are difficult they are not
impassable except sometimes for a
few days in the wet season. Almost
every day at least one party motors
to the springs, and often in pleasant
weather there are fifty to a hundred

people camping or occupying the cot cottages
tages cottages in the vicinity. There are thou thousands
sands thousands of well patronized resorts in
America far more difficult to reach

than Salt Springs. There is a big,
well-built hotel there, but it is seldom
open, the difficulty of obtaining effi efficient
cient efficient help making it unprofitable.
Salt Springs is in the middle of the
best hunting and fishing section of
Florida; Game is plentiful in the

woods, and fish -swarm in the waters.
Beside the many fine fish that make
their home in the creek and lake and

even up to the head of the springs,

many come in from the big river, m-
eluding tens of thousands of mullet in
season. The game in ten mile3 of
Salt Springs includes everything from
doves up to the bear and panther.

Boats drawing four feet of water
can come up to the springs and good good-sized
sized good-sized power launches are frequent
visitors.
Salt Springs should belong to the
state, and the state should keep it as
Fw tn tho nonnln as itx irptiprnill

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owners have done. If the state does I

not take charge of it, the time is not
far distant when it will fall into the
hands' of capitalists, who while adding
artificial convenience to its natural
beauty and usefulness, will curtail
its free use by the public. A skilled

man with plenty of money could now

turn it in a few months into a health

and pleasure resort. Luckily, Salt

creek is a navigable stream and the

people can never be entirely shut

away from it, but under a money money-making
making money-making enterprise their use of it

could be so restricted that a large

proportion of the people of this sec

tion would stay away from it.

Salt Springs is a peerless pearl

among pleasant" places, and the time

can't be long before it js-added to the

diadem of either well-known public
benefit" or a rather artificial system

of high-priced amusement.
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PETITION FOR DR. HENRY

Ocala, Fla., October 7th.
Dr. H.,W. Henry, Ocala, Fla.:

We. the undernamed citizens of

ward one of the city of Ocala, hereby j

petition you to oecome a canaiaate

for councilman from ward one to be j
voted on at general election to be held j
on the second Tuesday in December,

A. D. 1921: ;
H. D. Stokes, E. W. Clement, P. A. j
Durand, W. C. Jeffords, H. P. Bitting,
Thomas Sexton, Rush II. Todd, C. B.
Ayer, James Hall, Harvey Clark, W. ;

A. Wilds, U. K. Tydmgs Jr., W. A. ;

Knight, C. R. Tydings, W. W. Clyatt, j
P. II. Perkins, Jas. L. Wiley, F. W. j
Ditto, N. R. Dehon, J. W. Tally, Sid ;
R. Whaley, Philip G. Murphy, Lee!
Miller, Floyd Whittle, Baxter Cam,
W. L. Carmichael, J. G. Parrish, j

John Heintz, J. R. Jordan, William 1

Hocker, Mrs. S. N. Hurst, Mrs. Will-
iam Hocker, Lullie Gillis, Annie M. j

Davis, Donna Sims, Mrs. C. R. Ty- j
dings, Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas, Mrs. M.
A. Horne, Eutjha Russell Wiley, H. j

Harold. Mrs. Mack Taylor, R. L. An

derson Jr., Mack Taylor, Mrs. C. B.

Ayer, Mrs. C. E. Simmons, J. Nich Nicholas,
olas, Nicholas, N. A. Russell, W. A. Penland, R.

L. Dewey, Mrs. S. A. Ellis, R. T.

Stroud, L. J. Knight, J. R. Dewey,

G. T. Maughs, J. D. Robertson, J. H.

Spencer.

Tt ns exchange voui old furniture

for new. We can furnish you every-1

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thing for your home. Theus Brothers.

Phone 19. 23-lm

Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur fur-!
! fur-! liture exchanged for old if desires

! Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm jg-
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COOK'S MARKET & GROCERY
Everything To Eat
HEATS AND GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Telephone No. 243

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MR. WELLS DIDNT FORGET

This is a Studebaker sear. tf

v The Star received some days ago

the following from Railroad Commis

sioner' Wells:

1 Atlanta, Ga., September 21.

Mr. A. S. Wells, Commissioner, Rail

road Commission of Florida, Talla

hassee, Florida:

My dear Sir: Acknowledging re

ceipt of your letter of September 17th

on above subject, I beg to advise that!

I am behind this situation and trust

that there will be no further room for

complaint. Yours truly,
W. L. Stanley,

General Attorney, S. A. L.

COMPLIMENTING MISS KITE

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Miss Sina Kite, superintendent of

the girls' industrial school, Has re

th fnllowiner. which will

greatly please her friends to read;
Tallahassee, September 29.

Miss Sina L. Kite, Ocala, Fla.:

Dear Miss Kite: At a meeting of

the board of "commissioners of state

institutions held on the 28th of Sep

tember, motion was made and passed
electing you superintendent of the

ndustrial School for Girls, at Ocala,

Fla. While this motion in no way

changes your position or work since

you have been holding the place as
acting superintendent, nevertheless, I

wish to congratulate you personally
on venr election. Few of us can real

ize the importance of your work, none

cf us can know how far the influence

of one in your position may affect the

lives of those coming under your care,

or the later social life of the state

The responsibility is great, but this

it seems to me would only add to the

insniration promoting you to the

greatest possible effort.

Wishing for you the very greatest

success in this work, I am,

Very cordially yours,
L. B. Edwards,
Secretary to the Board, rf,
A CORRECTION

ha litfit Lream mil

giii?iou beauty
io other cai
So select and use only tho
cream your skin demands.

Lettuce Cream, for cleansing;
Tissue Cream, for rough, dry
skin; Astringent Cream, for
oily skin; Acne Cream, for
blackheads; Motor Cream, for
protection; Foundation Cream
before powder; Erasetor, for
wrinkles.

MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR

112 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

I1S BiiS3 a KE7
mm mmsi
Beczz:23 it's rr.ade in the
most careful and scientific
manner from absolutely
pure materials that remain
pure in the baking and in insure
sure insure wholesome, healthful
food.
Because it possesses the
greatest leavening power.
Because it is rot affect affect-ed
ed affect-ed by time or weather it
never loses its strength
and never fails.
Becsiiso it is more eco economical
nomical economical yea save when
you buy it and you save
when you use it
These are a few of the
reasons why Calumet is
the standard baking pow powder
der powder the choice of millions
more being sold than
of any other brand.

Try it always buy it.
Your grocer can supply
you.

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

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A pound can of Calumet contain fnll
16 oz. Some baking powder come in
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sure you get a pound when you want it

j WHY PAY AS MUCH?

I iuf Whv not !?et it for less? We' can save you from

p '$5 to $10 on your next tailor made, suit, by handling
'j your order through a cash basis. It will pay you to
pay cash. We guarantee a perfect fit. We gzarcrdee the
style to be absolutely correct. We gnararJ.ee every
05 fabric put into our suits were woven in 1921, which
55 means absolutely new cloth; and what does that
ilfl mnon? It moons that vrmr Ciiit will WPflf longer

i and give you longer and. satisfactory service. We
! ITI Annn.iinlliT .ix.nfA tVta tt nrlf moncVin r i t into thf

JgZ CSpCWtdllJ UUIUIUCC 1111 HUlUlllUllOllip (yuv .v w

DUliaing oi uur suns. ve guarantee auu iicicujr v,uai-
lenge auy firm or tailor to make you a suit, quality
for quality as to fabrics and workmanship, as cheap
as we will.
Special days for taking measurers is as follows:
Wednesday aft-ruoon from two to seven o'clock.
Friday afternoon from two to seven o'clock.
Saturday all day and up to ten o'clock at night.
Ynn iire cordiallv invited to call and inspect

my line on any of the above mentioned days.

1 J. A. CHANDLER

120 South Main Street

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Thompson Building ;

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Dr. N. W. Sanborn, poultry expert

of the extension division, college of

aericulture, will speak on egg pro

duction and marketing to the meeting

at the courthouse tomorrow afternoon
instead of on matters relating to the
creamery. His talk will be delivered
to those interested in poultry matters
after the meeting of the board of di directors
rectors directors of the creamery.
FELLOWSHIP

Wednesday, October 12
4:15 p. m. at Hunter Park

O.H.S. Varsity vs. Moses' All Stars

Admission 15c. Come out and help the boys

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Feellowship, Oct. 10. We are hav having
ing having some delightful weather, although

we are needing rain very bad.

We are glad to report all the sick
in this community are improving.
Mr. J. T. Burgess was a caller yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
Mr. James Rawls accompanied Mr.
B. C. Blitch today to Punta Gorda on
a business trip.
Messrs. Fore and Sharp of Ocala,
attended the B. Y. P. U. at Fellowship
Sunday night. Of course, there were
other attractions.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews of

Flemington, were guests of Mr. and

Mrs. G. W. Mills Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch were

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rawls

Sunday afternoon.
There will be a working of Fellow-

! cVi Mmotprv Wpdnesdav. Oct. 19th.

All who are interested are cordially
invited to come and help clean it off.
The good ladies will serve lunch at
noon. Please don't forget the date.
Mrs. N. H. Lanier and Master How-

j ard were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.

J. McCully last Thursday afternoon.

this theater decided to play a Joke on his
audience, BO h threw theso re-arrangea
,Movia', playtirs names oa tho ecreen.
To olv the Movie Pnxle, all
you are required, to do to re rearrange
arrange rearrange t;he letters, no that they
win anell the correct actor'a or

actres name. Ao. 10 Is Charlie
Chaplin. IX you can p-nesa all ten
Tnn can vrin OAKUAXD Antomo-

VHO ARB THEY?

S5ALA CMf' (SIDLE W. OZ
mm.m um mm is hot

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OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT

Touring Cars
Speed Wagons

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Full Line Parts and Accessories
Full Line of GOODYEAR Tires
EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
and Repairing
Bicycles and Supplies

Ocala, Florida

ForttKing Ace. & Osceola St.

IIMIIIilMi" --
Can Yon Answer This Puzzle? 25 Prizes Given

Probablv you know the names of most of th famous "stars', but Just to refresh

your memory, wo mentloa below the names of a lew oi t&e mow popiuar
PUycharl!e. Chaplin. Charles Bay. Mary Plckford, Thomas Melhan Dustln Faraum.
Theda Bara,. Douglas Fairbanks, Blanche Sweet. Mabel Isormand. Marguerite Clark.
Pearl T White. Fatty Arbuckle. Wallace Keid. Beverly Bayne. William Faraum. AHc

Brady, Glor.nt ewanson. AUt istewan. i'auuao reuerc. iwvuij vw

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the OA.KLAin Automobile, or 100 -Points la all. if yoa arrange all names correctly.
You can rain 0 more "Points" by -Qualifying" your answer. That is. T Pfovlnj
that you have shown a copy of Mother's Mararine to five people during this Big
Booster and Advertising- Campaign. The final 25 -Points- will 1m awarded brj three! to to-dependent
dependent to-dependent Jtdges on the neatness, etyle. handwriting, and spelling of your anrwer.
The anlner gainir.g 1S5 "Points" (whicli Is the maximum) will wU the OAK OAK-IrTO
IrTO OAK-IrTO Autoiobile. or U.000 la cash. Second highest will win I7S: third Prtv5i
and ii on down the list of 25 big prises. In case of a tie. both winners wUimjln
same prize- Send in your answer TODAY. As soon as your answer la received, sam sam-$lef
$lef sam-$lef will he tent FREE, to assist you to qualifying: Context closes Oct. flat, II II.
COSTS NOTHING TO TRY YOU CAN WIN
Ton wEl not be asked te subscribe to Mother Mrne or ipffllM
fa aide te win. We have given away THOUSANDS OF olI-ABS i i-may
may i-may be the next lucky winner. W rite your answer te the Paxil j, 'd?
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobile, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVHS
-Phone -2SS

MOVS. PACK, SHIP
UVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY.

L. FURNITURE. ETC

LADIES READY-TO-WEAR

Visit my ladies ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies coat saits, skirts,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman'
Furniture Store, corner Fort King1
nd Magnolia street. tf

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITTI ME

My samples have just arrived for
new fall and winter suits and over overcoats.
coats. overcoats. Let me take your measure measure-Pay
Pay measure-Pay while you wear on our generous
charge account plan. B. GOLDMAN,
5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.

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SYNOPSIS.
rii k own f wtth hia two daughter,
in. j rtiMrrv ty, latter tut eighteen
year. old. and hi. niece. Am. Doctor
.Strickland.' retired. living at .Y .Y-"
" .Y-" ley. a short distance from San Francisco.
HI. closest friend 1. Peter Joyce some
thing of a recluse, visiuns u
dnity. Martin Lloyd, mining nner-
falls in love with and secretly become.
enraged 1U Cherry.
v.. TyicT it tchiiii ttm family I.
-yjZt?.iJZ?l t wVi-. T intentions. Cbr-
rybring him to .upper, practically an
nouncing ner engagement-
Strickland feels
Cherry li too young to marry and
her to wait at least a year, but the gin
.coaxes him into agreeing to an immediate
wedding and the ceremony takes place.
the couple leaving at on;e iw
where Martin is empioya.
nrityi'pn rv Th honevmoon day.
.Ch.erryn. to feel a vague dis-
eatisiacuoD wuij jvkh
ony of tier dally me.
.- cvt a ptth V. At Mill Valley, Justin
Little, lawyer, becomes engaged to Anne.
Che wedding being set for September.
Mm months distant. AHx visits Cherry
n nnri thfl two irls coax Mar
gin into allowing Cherry to go borne tor
-Anne', wedding.
CHAPTER VI. In her father, house
Cherry contrasts the pea eful. happy life
there with her rather sordid existence at
v. rcwn ami realizes tlit her marriage
h.a hptii Mnmethine of a failure. Doctor
ctuiarirf rooiin? that Ohernr 1. not be
ing fair to Martin, in that she Is unduly
nrr.loneriTiir her visit atler Anne't wed-
inr i'inr hr to return to her husband.
She makes preparations for her departure.
rTTATTKTi vti Peter Joyce tells Cher-
. h hi had nm "erand Dassion" In his
hut th vnimti) was not for him. He
doe', not reveal her name. Cherry rejoin.
- her husband.
CHAPTER VIII. The young wife, diy-
satisfaction increases and mere is an al almost
most almost open break. Martin has a brief spell
f sickness and someimng 01 ner oia icei-
'. Jng for him returns to cnerry.
'. CHAPTER IX. Doctor Strickland Is
triken suddenly with what all perceive
ia a total illness. Alix summons v-nerrjr
to her father's deathbed. After the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's death it i. discovered that years ago
ha had borrowed money from Anne's fa-
ther and seemingly the debt was never
discharged. With accumulated Interest
- the amount practically consumes all the
moaey the doctor left. Justin Little
ma Up it manifest that he will insist on
his wife's claims. It means that the two
Ctrl, are left with practically nothing.
CHAPTER X. Peter Joyce, who has
been on a trip practically around the
: world, returns, not having learned of the
doctor's death. He hears of Anne's posi-
. tlon with regard to the money with deep
disgust. Allx has the home and is mak making
ing making a fair living singing. Joyce urges her
to marry him. She consents and they
.have a simple wedding and go to Joyce's
y, home to live. Ideally, happy.
v leave El Nido and go to Red Creek, a
change somewhat for the better, -- but
" Cherry retains the old feeling of dissatis dissatisfaction.
faction. dissatisfaction. She visits Peter and Allx, and
: while there comes to a realization that
she lovei Peter. Though she has never
known it. 'Cherry is the woman whom
Peter had in mind when he told her of
his "grand passion." He has never
' ceased to love her, and the situation now
becomes tragic.
CHAPTER XII. Peter confesses his
love to Cherry, and she admits a like feel feeling
ing feeling for him. A situation bordering -on
" hidden guilt is created. In the doctor's
Bible Allx finds a receipt for the money
he had borrowed. Anne's claim falls to
the ground and Alia and Cherry are
financially independent. Heartbroken over
! their tragic position. Peter vainly seek,
a. solution which shall make for the mu mu-tual
tual mu-tual happiness of Cherry and himself, but
there seems no way.
CHAPTER XIII. Mrs. North, Martin
Lloyd's aunt, has her suspicion, concern concerning
ing concerning Peter and Cherry and the lovers feel
the danger of the situation.
CHAPTER XIV. Joyce urges Cherry
tn leava Martin and ao away with him
to some remote part of the world where
they can live their lives together. She
- finally consent., feeling that Alia will for forgive,
give, forgive, and Peter makes arrangement for
their journey.
"George, there's a dollar In that for
you if. you deliver It before eleven to
the Harvard 1" said she. The Doy
seized it. stuck it in his hat. and fled.
"And now for the boat!" Cherry
said, rejoining Martin, and speaking
In. almost her natural voice. They
went bsick to the Sausalito ferry en
trance sisain. and this time telephoned
Allx in real earnest, "and 'presently
found themselves on the upper deck of
the boat, bound for the valley,
Until now, and In occasional rushes
of terror still, she had been absorbed
in the hideous pecessity of deceiving,
of covering her own traces, of antiei
pating and closing possible avenues
of betrayal. But now Cherry Degan
to breathe more easily, and to feel
, rising about her, like a tide, the haif-
forgotten consciousness of her reia
Uonship with this man In the boldly
checked suit who was slttipg beside
her. She had thought to escape the
necessity of telling him that she was
pot willling to return to him ; she bad
beep wrapped in-dreams so great and
so wonderful that the thought of his
apger and resentment had been as poth poth-Ipg
Ipg poth-Ipg to her. But she bad that to face
pow. ..:.:".'"!'
She had It to. face immediately, too.
She knew that every hour of post postponement
ponement postponement would cost .her fresh humili humiliations
ations humiliations and difficulties and as the boat
slipped smoothly past the island that
roughly marked the halfway point,
she gathered all her forees for the
trial. The one distinct Impression she
had from Martin was the appalling
one that he did not dream" that she
had decided to sever their union com
pletely and finally;" ; ; y ; y
"Well, how's the valley? Bore you
to death?" he interrupted the flow of
. his own topic to ask carelessly.
""Oh: no. Martin I" she. auivefed. "1
I love it there! I always loved' It

"Allx is a fine girl she's a nice

gin, Martin conceded. """bui'i can t
go Peter I lie may be all right, all

that lah-di-dah and Omar luiayyaia
and Browning stuff may be all right.
but I don't get it 1" And be yawned
contentedly In the sunshine.
After a few seconds be gave Cher
ry an ODUQUe glance, ei-iwrvuus uti
resentment- But she was thinking too
deeply even to hare heard him. Her i
mind was working as desperately as
a caged animal, hex thoughts circling
frantically, trying windows, walls, and
doors In the prison In which she
found herself, mad for escape.
She blamed herself bitterly now for
allowing him. In the surprise and fear
she felt, in the shock of their unex
pected meeting, to arrange this do
mestic and apparently reconcuea re
turn to the valley house. But it was
too late now! Too late for anytning
but a bald and brave and cruel half-
hour that should, at any cost, sunder
them.
Quick upon the thought came an another
other another : what should she and Peter plan
now? For te suppose that their lives
were to be guided back Into the old
hateful channel by this mere mis mischance
chance mischance was preposterous. Within a
few days their Interrupted trip must
be resumed, perhaps tomorrow per perhaps
haps perhaps this very night they would man manage
age manage It successfully. Meanwhile. uo
til she could see Peter alone, there
was Martin to deal with, Martin who
was leaning forward, vaingloriously re reciting
citing reciting t her long speeches he had
made to this superior or that.
"Martin." she said, impetuously in
terrupting him. "I've got to talk to
you I've meant to write it so many
times, I've bad it in mind ever since
I left Red Creek!"
"Shoot!" Martin snid, with his fav
orite look of indulgent amusement.
"There are marriages that without
any fault on either side are a mistake,"
Cherry began, "any contributory fault,
I mean
"Talk United States!" Martin
growled, smiling, but on guard.
"Well, I think our marriage was one
of those!" Cherry said.
"What have you got to kick about?"
Martin asked, after a pause.
"I'm not kicking 1" Cherry answered.
With quick resentment. "But I wish
I bad words to make you realize how
I feel about It!"
Martin looked gloomily up at her,
and shrugged, :
"This is a sweet welcome from your
wife !" be observed. But as she re regarded
garded regarded him with troubled and earnest
eyes, perhaps her half-forgotten beau beauty
ty beauty made an unexpected appeal to him,
for he turned toward her and eyed
her with a large tolerance. "What's
the matter, Cherry V he asked. "It
doesn't seem to me that you've got
much to kick about. Haven't I always
taken pretty good care of you? Didn't
I take the house and move the things
in; didn't I leave you .a whole month.
while I ate at that rotten boarding boarding-hbuse,
hbuse, boarding-hbuse, when your father died ; haven't
I let you have how long Is It? seven
weeks, by George, with your sister?
Cherry recognized the tones of his
old arraigning voice. He felt himself
ill-treated.
Now you come in for this money,"
he began. But she Interrupted him
hotly:
"Martin, you know that is not truel
"Isn't It true that the instant you
can take care of yourself you begin
to talk about not being happy, and
so on!" he asked, without any par particular
ticular particular feeling. "You bet you do! Why,
I never cared anything about that
money, you never heard me speak of
it.- I always felt that by the time the
lawyers and the heirs and the wit
nesses got through, there wouldn't be
much left of it. anyway!"
.Too rich In her- new position of the
woman beloved by Peter to quarrel
with Martin In the old unhappy fash.
Ion, Cherry laid an appealing hand
on his arm.
"I'm sorry to meet you with this
sort of thing," she said, simply. "I
blame myself now for not writing you
Just how I've !ome to feel about It I
We must make some arrangement for
the future things can't be as they
were !"
"You've had it all your way ever
since we were married," he began.
"Now you blame me
"I don'tt blame you, Martin!"
"Well, what do you want a divorce
for, then?", .....
"I don't even say anything about
a divorce," Cherry said, -fightipg for
Cherry Laid an Appealing Hand on
His Arm,
added, with a sudden force and cou

' : -y tl "1 Jim

victlon that reacnea biui at lasi.
-Why can't your
"Because ycu don't love me. Alar-

tin, and you know it I don't love
you!"
"Well, but jou can't expect the way
we felt when we got married to last
forever," he said, clumsily. "Do you
suppose other men and women talk
this way when the the novelty has
wora off?"
"I don't know how they talk. I only only-know
know only-know how I feel!" Cherry said, chilled
by the old generalization.
Martin. whO' had stretched his legs
to their length, crossed them at the
ankles, aud sboved his hands deep in into
to into his pockets, staring at the racing
blue water with somber eyes.
"What do you want?" he asked,
heavily.
"I want to live my own life !" Cher Cherry
ry Cherry answered, after a silence during
which her tortured spirit seemed to
coin the hackneyed' phrase.
"That stuff I" Martin sneered, under
his breath. "Well, all right, I don't
care, get your divorce!" he agreed,
carelessly. "Bat I'll have something
to say about that, too," he warned her.
"You can dra? the whole thing up be before
fore before the courts If you want to only
remember. If you don't like it much,
you did it. It never occurred to me
even to think of such a thing! I've
done my share in this business; you
never asked me for anything 1 could
give you that you didn't get ; you've
never been tied down to housework
like other women; you're not raising
a family of feids go ahead, tell every
shop-girl In San Francisco all about
it, in the papers, and see how much
sympathy. you get!"
"Oh, you beast!" Cherry said, be between
tween between her teeth, furious tears in her
eyes. The water swam in a blur of
blue before her as they rose to go
downstairs at Sausalito.
Martin glanced at her with impa impatience.
tience. impatience. -Her tears never failed to
anger him.
"Don't cry, for God's sake!" he said,
nervously glancing about for possible
onlookers. "What do you want me to
do? For the Lord's sake don't make
a scene until you and I have, a chance
to talk this over quietly
Cherry's thoughts were with Peter.
In her soul she felt as if his arm was
about her, as if she were pouring out
to him the whole troubled story, sure
that be would rescue and console her.
She had wiped her eyes, and some somewhat
what somewhat recovered calm, but she trusted
herself only to shrug her shoulder as
she preceded Martin to the train.
There was no time for another word,
for Allx suddenly took possession of
them. She had had time to bring the
car all the six miles to Sausalito, and
meant to drive them direct to the val valley
ley valley from there.
She greeted Martin affectionately,
although even while she did so her
eyes went with a quick, worried look
to Cherry. They had been quarreling,
of course It was too bad, Alix
thought, but her own course was clear.
Until she could take her cue from
them, she must treat them both with
che il unconsciousness of the
storm '
. They reached the valley and Martin
was magnanimous about the delayed
lunch. Anything would do for him,
he said; he was taking a couple of
days' holiday, and everything went.
Kow was chopping wood after lunch,
sind be sauntered out to the block. with
suggestions ; Aiix, laying a fire for the
evening, siuipiy because she liked to
do that sort of work, was favored with
directions. Finally Martin pushed her
aside.
'Here, let me do that," he said.
You'd have a fine fire here, at thai
rate!"
Later he went down to the old house
with them, to spend there an hour
that was trying to both women. It
was almost in order now; Cherry had
pleased her simple fancy in the matter
of hangings and papering, and the
effect was fresh and good.
"Girls going to rent this?" Martin
asked.
. "Unless you and Cherry come live
here," Alix said boldly. He smiled
tolerantly.
"Why should we?"
"Well, why shouldn't you?"
"Loafing, eh?"
"No, not- loafing. But you could
transfer your work to San Francisco,
couldn't you?"
Martin smiled a deep, wise, long long-endurlng
endurlng long-endurlng smile.
"On, you'd get me a Job, I supiose?"
he asked. "I love the way you women
try to run things," he added, "but 1
guess I'll paddle my owu canoe for 4
while longer I"
"There is no earthly reason why you
shouldn't live here," Alix said pleas pleasantly.
antly. pleasantly. "There is no earthly reason why we
should !" Martin returned. He wa
annoyed by a suspicion that AJix and
Cherry had arranged between them to
make this plan the alternative to a
divorce. "To- tell you the honest truth,
I don't like Mill Valley!"
Alix tasted despair. Small hope of
preserving this particular relationship.
He was, as Cherry had said, "Impos "Impossible."
sible." "Impossible." "Well, we must try to make you like
MIU Valley better!" she said with
resolute goAd-nature. "Of course, it
means a lot to Cherry and to me to be
near each other!"
"That may be true, too," Martin
agreed, taking the front seat again
for the drive home
(Continued Tomorrow
When you want service, always gt
L. E. Cordrey to do U for you. He
will do yeur moving and hauling of
t Vinris T?on!OTiaWe nrices. Call
phone 434. L. E. Cordrey. tf
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INDIAN JIM BLUEJACKET
HOLDS WORLD'S RECORD
Jim Bluejacket, the Indian
pitcher who appeared for a
while in the Federal league,
holds one undisputed world's
record.
He once was given credit for
winning a game in spite of th
fact that he did not pitch a
single balL
The bronzed hero of the wilds
went in as a relief pitcher against
St. Louis, with the score tied
in the ninth inning, two out and
the bases fulL
Before heaving a ball to the
plate. Bluejacket caught V. run runner
ner runner off first, retiring the side.
Then Brooklyn came back In Its
half of the frame and pounded
out a victory. As the Indian
had gone in with the score tied,
there was nothing to do but
credit him with the win.
And then they say that some
people aren't born lucky I
SOCCER GAINING BIG
POPULARITY IN EAST
Dribbling Game Getting Stronger
Hold Every Season.
Leading Colleges Have Adopted Pro Professional
fessional Professional Coaching, Indicating
Prejudice Against Pastime
Has Been Removed.
Soccer football among the colleges,
particularly "The Big Six," Penn,
Princeton, Harvard, Cornell, Haver Haver-ford
ford Haver-ford and Tale, which form the In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate league, will prove mor
Interesting than ever this season. The
reason for this is because of the fact
that the great dribbling game is get
ting a stronger hold every season in
the various colleges. The league last
year enjoyed its best season. That
was because of the close race for the
championship between Penn and
Princeton, which was not decided un until
til until the playoff game, which necessitated
the teams meeting on, two occasions be before
fore before Penn finally won the title.
It seems only a few months sine
soccer was first tried out at Penn and
Haverford, Harvard, Yale, Princeton
and Cornell came later. All of "The
Big Six" now have paid coaching
forces, which indicates that the colleges
have gone in stronger for the game
than was anticipated t the start
It Is only a few years ago that none
of the teams were permitted to play
on the college football grounds, but
now' that is all history with some of
the teams having at least a couple
of patches on which to play their
league matches.
Pennsylvania has won the champion
ship more times than any of the othet
teams. Haverford comes next with
Harvard, the only other team to have
Its name dented among jthe tltleholders
For the last few years the race for tht
bunting, however, has been more open
than formerly. That has resulted ow owing
ing owing to the weaker teams being In 9
better position each year through mor
students taking up the game which ha
given the coaches a bigger field from
which to develop varsity material.
Penn" this year, under normal con conditions,
ditions, conditions, would be handicapped gettln
together a strong enough team to mak
a showing, owing to the fact that ol
last year's championship eleven only
two remain for the coming season.
MOLL A IS STRONGEST PLAYER
Mrs. Mallory Broke Suzanne Lenglen'a
Heart in Single Set Like Whirl Whirlwind
wind Whirlwind Crushing Fly.
Molla Bjurstedt Mallory wields th
strongest racket of any woman In the
World.
In one week she played her way
through the national woman's singles
with a power that it was Impossible
to stop.
She broke Suzanne Lenglen's hear
In a single set like a whlrhvh
crushing a heJpless butterfly. And she
called on all her reserve power, to d-
Molla Bjurstedt MaUory.
teal Miss Marv K. Browne in the de
riding -match that made her Amerl's
queen of the courts.
Molla has held the national title six
time,

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"Tht Stucco Man" Phcze 526
NEEDHAS1 MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairing
Gjsohne, 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, skirts,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street 4-3t
AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed?
. Cylinders Rebored)
Brakes Relined
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Phone 597
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Worfc is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
AUCT10HLEERING
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.0.6ox 310 Ocala, Fla.
Telephone 419 V
iHi; I can now give you the
Pe yery latest, up-to-date
A-vljCC" methods, assuring von
you
and
it the most careful
uiuru service.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
BULBS
Narassus, Jonquils, Hyacinth,
Chinese Sacred Lilly
CYG. GREENE
Opp. Marion Hardware
Ocala - Florida
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and bttter
work for the money than any other
cor. tractor in the city.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
Commercial Bank building. Office
n:
nhone 211 two rings; residence
A
phone 151. l-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, noee and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Adv--tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for 17. Phone
260, 310 N. Slain street 27-tf
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de
partment. Ladies' coat suits, skirt3,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street. tf
Call phone iu8 when you want groc
eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

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Guy
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Room 9, Gary Block
PLANT
Orange Trees
PINEAPPLE, PARSON
BROWN, VALENCIA
LATE AND LUE GIM
GONG ORANGE AND
TANGERINE TREES
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
OCALA, FLA.
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Oeala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT jj
FOR ALE
I have decided to put on the market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell or five-acre lct3,
part cash and five year3 to pay bal
ance, bee me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Euy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land Zi miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or sell. House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
W. D. CARN
Xrrm All
S. UNION-MADE
A new work garment so design designed
ed designed that the drop-seat will not
bhow. Buttons are invisible
and placed so as not to stick in
wearer's back when lying down.
LONG WEARING
COMFORT COVERALLS r m3
from be material ni guarantee!
to wear. Gocls ar shrank belor
the garments are mad op.
Insist on "PANAMA Brand
Kaka Mf. Co, Mobile. Ala.
"Mad
To Make
Good'
IIIMEIIES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15am'Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 nm
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 an
1 :50 pra Tampa-Manatee 1 :35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrjr 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R R-Leave
Leave R-Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 an

Geo. I

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1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2-33 am St Petsbrg-Lakelacd 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am DaneIlon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm. Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4 :45 pm Gainesville 11 :50 am

1 Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1921

QCALA QCCUHREflCES

If you h:ave any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. II. McNealy of St. Petersburg,
is the guest of her sister, Miss Pearl
Keeffe.

THE BOOK SHOP is showing some
new things in several lines: Screens,
Fottery, Japanese Linens.
Miss Rosalie Isaacs of Jacksonville,
returned home today after an extend extended
ed extended visit -with her aunt, Mrs. Joseph
Malever.

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

Mr. and Mrs. Percy Thigpen, who
were married Sept. 29th in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, after a wedding trip down the
east coast and up the west coast, ar arrived
rived arrived at their home at Martel Friday.
Their friends are giving them a cor cordial
dial cordial welcome.

Best Florida meat, stall fed, best
prices. Free delivery. Phone 562.

Crescent Market.

ll-5t

The executive board of the Wom

an's Auxiliary of the American Le Legion
gion Legion will hold a meeting here tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The following ladies will be
present: Mrs. Voorhis, Mrs.' J. Y.
Cheney, Orlando;; Mrs. Schultz, Sar Sarasota;
asota; Sarasota; Mrs. John Randolph, Palatka.
Mrs. If. C. Dozier and Mrs. Philip G.
Murphy, of Ocala, are also members
of the board. Mrs. Voorhis is state
president and Mrs. Cheney secretary.
We' have the following in today:
Grapes, apples, avocado pears, bana bananas,
nas, bananas, celery,1 cocoanuts, pineapples and
squash. Phone 596, Fort King Con Confectionery.
fectionery. Confectionery. 8-2t

Mr. Ed CarmieaVel and Mr. Louis
Keeffe have just Arrived in the city
from their fo&t months' trip to Ari Arizona.
zona. Arizona. They Sf ere met in Gainesville
ty Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and Mrs.
S. L. Keeffe, who returned to Ocala
with them.

Miss Mabel Meffert was hostess to
the A Club last evening at her home
on Lake Weir avenue. The rooms
where the tables were placed were at attractively
tractively attractively decorated in pink love vine.
There were four tables of players and
beside the regular members the fol following
lowing following enjoyed the evening with the
club: Mrs. R. S. Hall, Miss Marian
Dewey, Miss Annie Pope Eagleton,
Miss Margaret Lloyd, Miss Mary
Sheppard and Miss Nettie Cainp.
The hostes3 presented suitable prizes
to the holders of the highest scores,
Mrs. A. M. Withers and Miss Marian
Dewey, and to Miss Sheppard fell the
consolation. At the conclusion of the
games Miss Meffert served a salad
course with tea and sandwiches.

We have the following in today:
Grapes, apples, avocado pears, bana bananas,
nas, bananas, celery, cocoanuts, pineapples and
squash. Phone 596, Fort King Con Confectionery.
fectionery. Confectionery. 8-2t

Mr. Allan Rodgers was in town
yesterday with a trio of Shetland
ponies hitched to his light wagon.
Mr. Rodgers has for some time been
driving a pair of these ponies but he
had increased his team and was there thereby
by thereby attracting some notive on the
streets.

Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less
than we have ever put them on. The
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
tops on for $10.50; roadsters, $9.00.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub subject
ject subject to change. 10-l-30t

Mrs. R. J. Perkins leaves this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon with Mrs. Ray Garnett for
Plant City, where she -will visit Mrs.
Garnett for a few days and then go
to Tampa for a short visit before re returning
turning returning to Ocala.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Thone 158. tf

Miss Meme Davis of Ocala, was
among thevarrivals in Tampa yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and will visit with friends for
several days. Tampa Tribune, 10th.

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

Mrs. J. B. Cappleman and Mrs. B.
F. Borden left yesterday afternoon
for Orlando, where they will attend
the state convention of the Christian
church. They go as delegates from
the Ocala church.

Mrs. Mary Williams, now of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who spent most of last week
here with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams,
was suddenly called to Jacksonville
by a message announcing the illness
of her youngest daughter, Miss Aurie.

Rev. W. H. Coleman of Kissimmee,
was in Ocala yesterday for a brief
visit. He left this morning to attend
a church meeting at Orlando.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Small, at their
home in North Ocala, are the victims
of a calamity. Mrs. Small broke her
arm, the other day, and soon after
Mr. Small fell and broke his thigh.
Their friends sympathize with them
and are helping them.

After a visit to relatives in Lake
City, Mrs. Lawton Smith is again at
her home in Ocala.

Mr. C. N. Kirkland of Gainesville,
is greeting his Ocala friends.

Mrs. Ed Carmichael's friends are
glad to see her out again, after sev several
eral several days of illness.

Mrs. Mamie Fox returned today
from a visit to her son, Mr. Chas. L.
Fox, at St. Petersburg.

Sheriff Thomas and Deputy Perkins
did some good work last night and
today. Strolling by one of the local
hotels, they noticed a couple of the
colored employes skirmishing around
in what to their trained eyes was a
suspicious way, and on stopping the
darkies found them in possession of
liquor, evidently obtained for some
guests of the hotel. The two negroes
were jailed, and after a little more
investigation, the sheriff and deputy
this morning went out to Anthony
and arrested Ralph' Manning, white,
as the source of supply for the liquor.
Manning at present is in the hoosgow.

Mrs. T. C. Carter and niece, Mrs.
Moiset of Jacksonville, who is visit visiting
ing visiting in Ocala, left early this morning
for Tampa. They will probably be
gone until Friday.

Some reckless person in a fordobile

turned the Court Pharmacy corner

last night, about 9:30, at considerably

more than the speed limit. He went
right down the middle of Main street.

and almost into a touring car, which

was coming toward the square. The
larger car contained a gentleman,

XOT1CE

to Sell

This is a Studebakar year. tf

Of Application for Lravr
Minora La ad

Xotice is hereby jfiven to all whom it
may concern, that Klizatoeth 8. Bryant,
aa guardian of the estates of Elizabeth
Bryant Jr.. Frank C. Bryant. James
S. Bryant and Margaret Bryant, minors,
will, on the
7ta l)myf of oirmbfr, A JJ. 1921,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. or as
soon thereafter as the matter can .be
heard, apply to the Honorable Im
Futch. county judg-e of Clarion county.
Florida, at his office in Ocala. Florida,
for authority to sell at private sale, the
following described real estate and
property of the said minors located In
Marion county. Florida, to-wit;
1.) Northwest quarter (nw4) of
northwest quarter (nw4) of north northwest
west northwest quarter (nw4j and west half
wVa) of east half (ei) of northwest
quarter (nw) of northwest quarter
nwVt) of section twenty-nine 2S.
township seventeen (17) south, range
twenty-four (24) east, containing 20
acres, more or less, with all personal
property on or used in connection
with the said land; also
(2.) The interest of the said minors In
an undivided one-half interest in a
pumping- outfit and piping owned
Jointly by the late Frank J. Bryant
and A. A. Bartlett, and a boat house
located on th shore of Lake Weir;
also
(3.) Southwest quarter (gw) of
northwest quarter nw) of north northwest
west northwest quarter nw) of section twenty-nine
(29), township seventeen (17)
south, range twenty-four (24) east,
containing 10 acres, more or less; also
(4.) A lot or tract of land lying and
situate in section twenty (20). town township
ship township seventeen (17) south, range
twenty-four (23) east, described as
commencing at a stake on the north
side of Main street. South Lake Weir,
321 feet and 6 inches east by 40 feet
north from the southwest corner of
section twenty, thence run north 600
feet to a stake on the south ide of
Knox avenue, thence run east on said
avenue 194 feet and 4 Inches to a
stake, thence run'south 600 feet to a
stake on the north side of Main
street, thence run west 194 feet and
four inches to point of beginning,
containing 2 and 28-100ths acres,
more or less; also .
(5J Northeast quarter (n4) of
northeast quarter (neVi), except
southwest quarter (sw4) of north northeast
east northeast quarter (ne) of northeast
quarter (neVi), section twenty-four
(24), township seventeen (17) south,
range twenty-four (24) east, con containing
taining containing 30 acres, more or less; also
(6.) Southwest quarter (swii) of
northwest quarter (nw4) of section
twenty-seven (27), and northwest
quarter (nw,4) of southeast quarter
(se1,) of northwest quarter (nwVi)
of section twenty-seven (27) all in
township seventeen (17) south, range
twenty-four (24), east, containing 50
acres, more or less; also
(7.) All the personal property on or
used in connection with the above
described tracts of land.
All of the above described property
to -be subject to the- dower interest of
Rlizabeth S. Bryant, widow of the late
Frank C. Bryant, deceased.
Said lands and property above de described
scribed described belonging to the estate of
Frank C. Bryant, deceased, and to be
sold for the. best interest of the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid minors.
This 3rd day of October, 1921.
ELIZABETH S. BRYANT,
Oct 3-5t Guardian.

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Long straight line coats, short
box coats, tailored models and
some with fur trimming, All the
new popular shades and materials
$32.50 to $69.50

u5! Dresses

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For fresh meat call phone 108. Mala
Street Market. tf
The Star has received its first cal calendar
endar calendar of the season from Mr. M. M.

Little, the shoe dealer. It is a sacred
art calendar, with a cover page that
will remind one of Easter the year
around, a Bible illustration at the
head of each page, and a scripture
quotation to each date. It is a good j

reminder of many important tilings
that should be kept before one's eyes.

Mr. Hoaro Mcintosh of Dunnellon

was a busiiness visitor in town today. J

STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT. CIRCULATION.

etc.. required by the -Act of Congress of August 24. 1912. of the Ocala Evening

Mar. published daily except Sunday at Ocala, Fla.. for Oct. 1, 1921.
State of Florida. County of Marion, ss. :
Before me. a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, per

sonally appeared P. V. Leavengood, who. having1 been duly sworn according- to

law, deposes and says that he is the usiness manager of the Ocala Evening
Star, and that the following Is. to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true

statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation)
etc.. of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, re

quired by the act of August 24. 1912, embodied in section 443. postal laws and

regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wit:

1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor
and business managers are:
Publisher, Star Publishing Company, Ocala, Florida.
Editor, J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Florida.
Managing: editor, none.
Business Manager, P. V. Leavengood, Ocala. Florida.
2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual own owners,
ers, owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stock stockholders
holders stockholders owning- or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock).
R. R. Carroll. Ocala. Fla.: Mrs. H. J. Bittinger. Ocala. Fla.: Miss Adele
Bittington, Ocala, Fla.; P. V. Leavengood. Ocala. Fla.: J. H. Benjamin, Ocala. Fla.
3. That the known -bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders
owning- or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities are: Munroe & Channbliss National Bank.
. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the own owners,
ers, owners, stockholders and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of
stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the com company
pany company but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears u'wn
"the 'books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the
name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is eriven:
also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full
knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions tinder which
stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a cajacity other than that of
a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other per person,
son, person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the aid
stock, bonds or other -securities than as so stated by him.
a. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication
sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during
the s4x months preceding the date shown above is 800.
P. V. LEAVENGOOD,
Sworn and subscribed before roe this 8th day of October. 1921.
(Notary Seal) R. N. DOSH. Notary Public.
My commission expires August 14, 1922.

who was driving, a lady and one or
two children, and was moving at a

oderate gait. When he saw the Ford

bearing down on him, the man at the

wheel of the larger car, with unusual

quickness, turned his auto sharply to

the left, avoiding a collision by not
more than a foot or two. Had he not
been so quick, there would have been

dreadful smash. Having dodged

death or broken bones by a split sec

ond, he drove unconcernedly on. as

tho such things were no novelty to

:m. The reckless one stopped his

car and looked back, then, apparently
satisfied, sped swiftly away.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

HOLIDAY NOTICE

All Jewish stores will be closed
Wednesday, Oct. 12th, for the observ observance
ance observance of Yom Kippur, the most sacred
day in the Jewish calendar.

YOUR CREDITS GOOD
AT GOLDMAN'S STORE

Your credit's good at my store, in
Ladies P?ady-to-Wear as well as fur furniture.
niture. furniture. I have just received my new
fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Ccr. Ft. King tnd Magnolia, tf

Apalachicola oysters
Fish Market.

at

the City
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NOTICE TO GAS CCISIIUZS

Beginning October 1st the rate fcr
ga3 has been reduced to $2 per thou thousand
sand thousand feet. In order tomake this re reduction
duction reduction it has been necessary to re reduce
duce reduce overhead expense, and in the fu future
ture future we will not send out a collector.
All accounts are payable at the oSce
in the Harrington Hall block before
the 10th of the month. If your ac account
count account is not paid on the 10th, service
will be discontinued without further
notice and a charge will be made for
reconnecting.
3-3t-mon Ocala Gas Company.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

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Extra Special For J
Wednesday Only I

MAO MUGS
Introducing our full line of Rag Rugs, at prices
that have not been quoted you-since 1914.
Just the thing for Bed Room or Bath Room.
Note the following sizes and prices:

Plain Blue or Pink
Size Price
24 inch x 36 inch .$ 1.40
27 x 54 1.75
30 x60 2.50
36 x72 3.50
6 feet x 9 feet 10.00
8 x 10 16.00

Hit and Miss Pattern (
Size Price ()
24 inch x 36 inch .$ l.OQ (j)

27 x54 1.40

30 x60

36 x72 2.25 jg
6 feet x 9 feet 7.50 j
8 44 x 10 12.50 0
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1.75 &

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WATCH THIS SPACE FOR SPECIALS

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Taste Is a matter x

obacco quality f'

We state it as our honest beStf
that the tobaccos used in Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
lissctt U Myers Tobacco Co.

(T. 11 1

CIGARETTES
of Turkish end Domestic tobaccos hUrdd tf

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