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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA

EVENING

LOCAL NEWS
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DISPATCHES
north and showers in south and central portions tonight and Saturday; warmer in extreme north portion tonight.
TEMPERATURES This morning 64; this afteraoua, 3.
WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy in extreme
OGALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921
NO 242
.VOL 27
SOME DANGER OE A
' GEIIERAL STRIKE
EL HOUSE
LEFT RIS CARD
TWO GOOD PAIR
TO DRAW TO
SEVERE ORDEAL Fl
TO W II STATE
ROAD HER T!
IRD OF TRADE'S
LATEST BOOKLET
TRYItlB VAULT TO
GET TOGETHER
col sine

b .1 AM

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Big Force of Convicts 'Will be Brought
to Marion County as Soon
; as the Necessary Houses ;
Can be Built

The news has reached Ocala that
there Is at last a certainly of work be beginning
ginning beginning in Marion cct nty on road No.
U, better known here a3 the Dixie
Highway.
Eighty convicts, a tang from Put Putnam
nam Putnam county and another from Volusia,
will begin at the Lak? county line and
work northward. 'Tht-Ir camp will be
located between Weirsdale and Stan Stanton.
ton. Stanton. They" will come to this camp and
Legin work as soon as the necessary
houses are built. How long thi3 will
take, the Star-doe? net know, but it
understands the contractor has al already
ready already been here and mapped oat his
plan of operations. :f
MEETING OFTHE PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

i Artistic and Up-to-Late Little
Volume, in Which Our People
Should Take Immediate
Interest

The new illustrated booklets of

Ocala and Marion county, issued by
the Marion County Board of Trade

with the co-operation of the city
council of Ocala, have been received

and are ready for distribution- An

edition of ten thousand has been
printed The booklets will be distri

buted free to all.

With a view to preventing wasteful J jjay afternoon.

distribution, the Board of Trade last

year decided to cnarge nome peopiei RECEPTION

for the booklets This policy was

bund to be a mistake, the secretary

Yesterday afternoon at the high
school building, ,the Parent-Teachers
Association held the .initial meeting

of the season, with a large and en
thusiastic attendance.

Mrs. E. T. llelvenston, the new
president, called the meeting to order,

and the secretary. Mrs. C. E. Win

ston, read the minutes of the ,May

meeting and also those of a called

board meeting, in September in which

the dues were raised from 25 cents to

$1 per year. The association approv approved
ed approved the action of the board in this re

spect. '.'

Mrs. llelvenston then made a short

address, naming the new officers of

the association who were elected last
April. They are: first vice president,
Miss Sheppard; second vice president,
Mrs. J. J. Gerig; secretary, Mrs. C.
E. Winston;, treasurer, Miss Mamie

Taylor. In naming the chairmen of

committees, each was asked to rise
and outline her plans for the year's

work. If all is accomplished as plan

ned a vast amount of benefit will be
derived for matters pertaining to the

schools.

Miss Nellie Stevens, program chair

man, announced an "interesting and.

beneficial program for each meeting
duriner the school year. Miss Mar

garet Taylor, health committee chair

man, followed. The special feature of

this committee's work will be the es

tablishment of a physical examination

for high and grammar school pupils

While many things will be" considered

in the work of the interior equipment

committee of which Miss Edith Grif

fin is chairman, their effort will be

focused upon the acquirement of

complete laboratory equipment so

- sadly lacking in the high school. Mrs

Newsom of the campus beautifying
committee, announced that she would

try to carry on the work so ably

started by her predecessor, Mrs

Gerig, and that she had the promise

of Mr. Frederick Hocker to assist her
in setting1 out hibiscus plants at the
proper season. Mrs. Rex Todd of
the campus equipment committee, has
seme plans which when carried out
will greatly add to the facilities of
the playground. Mrs. E. A. Osborne
announced that she had enlisted the
assistance of several of the men's or

ganizations for the furtherance of her
plans for campus extension and that
on January 23rd a play for raising
1 funds would be pat on at the Temple
tneater under the auspices of her
committee. This play, "The Microbe
of Love," has been a success in a
number of other places, and there is

no reason why it should not enjoy the
same in Ocala. The object of the so social
cial social committee as promulgated by
Mrs. L. N. Green, the chairman, is
simply to bring the parents and
teachers together in a social way, and
just "smile." Mrs. W. T. Gary's com committee,
mittee, committee, domestic science, plans to re reestablish
establish reestablish that department in the high
school, and to maintain a soup kitchn

nt the primary 1 school. Mrs. J. J.

Gerig, of membership and finance.

emphasized the importance of citi

jttns as well as patrons of the school

becoming members of this organiza

tion, for good schools mean good

government, and good schools cannot
be maintained wiithout sufficient funds

and in this connection, Mrs. Gerig ad

vocated raising the poll tax and the

levying of a street tax, for the benefit

of schools. Miss Mary Shepard, the

After Conference this Jloiraing, Brit British
ish British and Irish Leaders Adjourned
to Monday Afternoon

( Associated Presto
London, Oct. 14. The conference of
Sinn Fein leaders and members of the
British cabinet convened at 11 o'clock
this morning in Prime Minister Lloyd

Railroad Men Firmly Set Against
y Further Wage Reduction or
Unwelcome Rules

George's official residence with a view
to reaching an agreement as to basis
of settlement of the Irish question.
The conference adjourned at 1:30 this

afternoon to meet again at 3:30 Mon-

TO THE TEACHERS

At three o'clock this coming Sat-
ii yA o ir gfiarnnnn tttA drain Wnman's

spys, for among other things, it failed aob ; rption to

public school teachers. This event

to take into consideration the fact
that one of the important purposes of

the booklet is to acquaint the people
of Ocala and Marion county with the

advantages and attractions of their

own section. Tha secretary states

that he has found many home people

poorly posted on attractions of the
county. AS word to mouth advertis advertising
ing advertising is most effective, the secretary
thinks that much good will result if
every one will post himself or herself
or the city and county.

Copies of the new booklet may be

obtained at the Board of Trade room.

A copy will be mailed to each of the

members of the Board of Trade.

The new booklet is not a cheap

publication by any means, and Jhe
Board of Trade, of course, wishes to

give them the very best distribution

will mark the opening of the club
year. The program promises to be
very interesting and it is expected
that eevry member of the club will
make an effort to be present at this
affair.
Mrs. J. Walter Hood, president of
the club, will welcome the guests and
members and then turn the afternoon
over to Mrs. R. G. Todd, chairman of
education, and Mrs. Lester Lucas,
chairman of music.
After Rev. J. J. Neighbour gives an
address of welcome' to the public
school teachers and Miss Mary Shep Sheppard
pard Sheppard responds in behalf of the teach teachers,
ers, teachers, Mrs. Todd has a very unique

feature planned in the form of a pa pageant.
geant. pageant. This pageant- is to be a re

sume of what the Woman's Club has

possible, and asks that all those who K orthe Qcala puUic schooIsA1

ouiam me uuuiuet. incite use ua iu-w

the best advantage.

principal, spoke a few words, the
theme of her discourse being the lack

cf space to accommodate the number

oi pupils already enrolled. With com comfortable
fortable comfortable accommodations for 450 pu

pils, the present building is required

to accommodate 600.

Mrs. J. W. Hood, president of the

Woman's Club, was present, and re

sponded to a request for a speech

with a few words bespeaking the co

operation of her club with any move movement
ment movement for the betterment of Ocala.

though the reporter was not taken

into Mrs. Todd's confidence in regard

to.yie pageant, she did learn sufficient

here and there to know that it will be

an unusually delightful afternoon for

all

The following musical program has

been arranged by Mrs. Lucas:

Piano solo, selected Miss Annie

MacKay.
Song, "Waiting" (Millard Mrs. H.
M. Hampton, accompanied by Mrs. B,
F. Condon. c l

Solo, "Even Bravest Heart,", from
Faust (Gounod) Mr.E. S. Gernant,

accompanied by Mrs. R. N. Dosh

Piano solo. Prelude from C Minor

Dr. Peek, one of the trustees, de

plored the housing problem, and will I (Rachmaninoff ) Miss Alice Huebner

earnestly worlc lor iormuiatmg a pian 0 Leesburg.
whereby Ocala will possess a new Song, "The Friar of Orders Grey'
high school building with proper an- (Shields) Mr. Lester Lucas, accom

ditorium in another year. Rev. J. J.
Neighbour and Mr. J. J. Gerig, two
other gentlemen present, spoke brief briefly,
ly, briefly, the former stating his sympathy
with the organization's aspirations,
the latter in a humorous vein, main maintaining
taining maintaining that the best slogan for the
Parent-Teachers Association is "High
School."
A motion was made and carried
that the association send a delegate
to confer with the committee form-

pahiedvby Mrs. Lucas.
Song, "My Laddie" (Thayer) Mrs

Philip G. Murphy, accompanied by

Mrs. S. Bland Ware.
Piano solo, "Reproche, Romance

(Karganoff) Miss Alice Huebner.

, During the reception, refreshments

will be served by the social committee

of the club. M. M. M.

Was in Washington Yesterday and
Called at the Resident of Ex-
President Wilson

Homeliness of Thorn, Trip, Robe and
Lee Disguises Without Conceal Concealing
ing Concealing Their Noble Hearts

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Oct. 14.- Warren S. Stone,
rand chief of the Brotherhood of Lo Locomotive
comotive Locomotive Enginers, today requested a
conference with the railroad execu executives
tives executives in session here on behalf of the
six big railroad unions which have
voted to strike. Officers of sixteen
railroad unions went in session short

ly before noon at one hotel while more

ban 100 'railroad presidents met at

another.

The railroad presidents notified Mr.

Stone by telephone that his letter

rould be considered at their meeting.

When the road executives met, it was

understood they would vote to ask the

United States railroad labor board for
farther wage reductions, promising to

ass all future cuts alonjj to the pub

ic in lower freight and passenger

rates. ;

The railroad crisis was rendered

more acute this morning when the la

bor board handed down a decision
providing for the restoration of piece

work. The railroad presidents were

abilant, while the union leaders fear

ed the effect on their men, more than
sixty per cent of whom have already
voted to strike rather than accept

further wage reductions or rules to

which they are opposed.

PRECARIOUS SITUATION
The railroad executives expected to
nclude their discussion in one day,

taking swift action on wages and rate

reductions. The initiative is asking

reductions will be taken by individual

roads, according to those attending

the meeting.

None of the brotherhood chiefs

would deny or confirm reports that

Oct. 30th was the date tentatively de

cided upon to begin calling out the

employes. Progress was temporarily
halted in the brotherhood discussion

pending the reply of the executives to

the brotherhood requets for a conference.

Meanwhile the remaining groups,

including maintenance of way, signal

men, clerks, nremen ana oners ana

other railroad unions met to discuss

the situation. None would intimate

wHat their action might be.

(Associated Press j
Washington, Oct. 14. Col. Edward
M. House, who so far as is known has
not seen former President Wilson
since the reported development of dif differences
ferences differences between them during the
peace negotiations' at Paris, more than
two years ago, called at the Wilson
residence here yesterday and left his
card for the former president and
Mrs. Wilson.

PAYING THE LAST HONORS
TO SENATOR KNOX

Washington, Oct. 14. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of every department of govern government
ment government andthe diplomatic corps gather gathered
ed gathered today to pay tribute to the memory
cf the late Senator Philander C. Knox,
at services in St. Johns Episcopal
church. Cabinet members, senators
and representatives and others prom prom-irent
irent prom-irent in political and professional
life were among those in attendance.
The funeral at the late senator's
home, Valley Forge, Penn., Saturday,
will be attended by Vice President
Coolidge and the entire foreign rela relations
tions relations committee. Senators Penrose
and Underwood will represent the
Senate.

BUSY BUILDERS

Ray & Thomson are forging ahead
in building operations. In a short time
they will have completed the bunga

low on East Fort King that is to be
occupied by Mr. Ray. Just as soon

as this dwelling is completed another

bungalow of about the same size and
plan is to be built on the lot directly

badk of this one.

Back of it3 office on South Third

street, this firm is now constructing

warehouse and shed where it will

keep its supplies and trucks. It is the

intention of these two progressive
young men to continue building bun bungalows
galows bungalows as rapidly as they can. They
feel that the only requisite for selling

houses in Ocaal is having the houses
to sell, and the yare making every
effort to keep the demand supplied.

MRS. H. G. GATES

(Assooiatea Pess)
Lakeland, Oct. 14 The South Flor

ida Press Association met here today

for a two days session. One feature

of the meeting will be a debate on

personal beauty between S. J. Triplett

and W. L. Thorndyke on one side, and

Rube Allyn and W. L. Lee on the

other.

OK LAW AHA VALLEY CASE

Judge Bullock yesterday resumed
the hearing of the Oklawaha Valley
rase. The witnesses were all exam examined
ined examined yesterday and both sides closed
their case. Among the other pieces
of evidence brought in my the receiver
was a promise to use the Oklawaha
Valley as much as possible. This
promise was signed by many Palatka
and Ocala merchants and was intro introduced
duced introduced to show that the road would pay
from now on because of the special
terminal arrangements and rates that
were now under consideration.
The case is now being argued be before
fore before Judge Bullock and each lawyer
in his turn is making the most con convincing
vincing convincing argument at his command.
The case will come to a close today.

ENLARGING HIS STORE

RUMORED THAT RAWLINGS
' MAY PLEAD GUILTY

Miss Sue Moore was again the
charming honoree. when Miss Eloise

ing a county federation of clubs with J Henry entertained for her yesterday

a view to affiliation.. afternoon. The Henry home was dec
Mrs. Horace Harold was applauded orated with asparagus fern and quan

for a few words she spoke in behalf tities of varicolored zenias. The tables
of the attendance of patrons at the were piacec in the lower living room
football games. As she said, the and there tne noars 0f the afternoon
boys are playing good, clean ball and passed oniy too swiftly. Prizes were

should be encouragea in ine mam-1 nrpented to the olavers holdine the

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, vOct. 14. Sevententa

tive jurors for the trial of Frank
Rawlings, charged with murder in

the first degree as the result of the
killing of George Hickman, were in

the box when examination of venire

men was resumed today. It was ru

mored about the dourthouse that coun

sel for Rawlings may offer a change
of plea and that he would plead
guilty to murder in the second degree.
It is understood that such a plea would

be acceptable to the state.

The remaining five members of the

tentative jury were obtained just be

fore the noon recess.

tenance of the-standard.
After the business meeting, an in

formal reception was held in .the
music room, the teachers of both

schools forming the receiving line.

Refreshing punch and sandwiches

highest and loyest scores, the former
being presented to Mrs. R, L. Ander Anderson
son Anderson Jr., and the latter to Mrs. A. M.
Withers. The honoree was also pre presented
sented presented with a beautiful remembrance

of the occasion. Mrs. Henry assisted

were served by Mrs. J. E. Chace andUy Mrs M Lloyd served a salad

Mrs. C. E. Winston. During this so- course th hot coffee. The guests of

cial half -hour, a cornet solo by Sam-1 the afternoon included members of

my Savage and a vocal solo by Claude the A club of whjch Miss Moore is a

Barnett were greatly enjoyed.

AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rehored
Brakes ReUned
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
;-;:::,,,Pjione $97

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beans 20c. lb., cucumbers 50. doz.,

celery 20c. bunch, tomatoes, squash,

Bartlett pears, Malaga and
grapes, pineapples, oranges

grapefruit, lemons at the Fort Ktaglgaret Lloyd

Confectionery. Phone 596. Will have
lettuce Saturday. 10-14-2t

member. Mrs. Norton Davis. Mrs. R.

S. Hall, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., Mrs

Edmund Martin, Misses Stella and

Nettie Camp, Mabel Meffert, Blair

Woodrow, Lucille and Callie Gissen-

Tokayjdaner, Ethel Horne, Elizabeth Davis,

limes, lOnie Chazal, Elizabeth Goff and Mar-

ALMOST SMASHED

Mr. L. S. Mason, who bought the
Fort King Confectionery about two
months ago, has found it necessary to
enlarge his popular store to twice its

former size. "Mr. Mason iyi always
on the lookout for anything that will

improve his store and please his cus

tomers.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only. Phones 377 and 162.

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

FOR SALE

I have decided to put on the market

my land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave

nues. Will sell 2 or five-acre lots,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.

Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this

property. Buy a lot and start yon an

orange grove.. 5

Seventy acres of fine water-melon

and 5 tomato land 3 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.

i Part cash, balance on terms.

W. D. CAEN

The Brotherhood class of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church will hold a cake and
candy sale tomorrow, beginning at 10
o'clock. Hot coffee and sandwiches will
also be served. It

Dr. Harry Walters arid Mr. Parks

narrowly averted a smashup on the

Presbyterian church corner late yes

terday afternoon. It was only the

lightning reflexes of the' two drivers
that saved the cars from troinsr into

each other. Dr. Walters was goin

up Fort Kmg and Mr. rarks was

headed north on Watula street. When
they saw each other it was too late to
stop. Dr. Walters whirled sharply to
the left and turned into Watula. Even
then he. was too far over in the street
for Mr. Parks to avoid him except by
leaving the street, so Mr. Parks turn turned
ed turned his car across the high curbing and

ur on tne siaewaiK aumg siue iue

Presbyterian church. The collision

was tnus avoidea Lut mere was some

minor damage done to Mr. Parks car

when it jumped the high curb.

Mr. Nelson A. Russell received

Tuesday the sad news of the death
cf his mother-in-law, Mrs. H. G. Gates

of Moore Haven. Mrs. Russell left

Monday in answer to a telegram stat

ing the serious illness of her mother.

Mrs. Gates was ope-ated on Tuesday
morning but never rallied from the
operation. The funeral services took

place yesterday morning in Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell have the sincere

sympathy of their friends.

" PHILATHEA RUMMAGE SALE

The Philathea class of the Baptist

Sunday school will hold a rummage
sale tomorrow (Saturday), in the

store room next to Bitting & Phillips'

drug store west of the courthouse

Any donations will be appreciated,
especially men's and" children's shoes

and clothing. Call Mrs. W. T. Gary,

phone 12. who will attend to the col

lection of all articles Saturday morn

ing,

If vou have anv society items for

- -- w
the Star, please call five-one.

Salt mullet, .already scaled, at the

City Fish Market. 24-tf
A good line of wood heaters. We
put them up. Roberts & Spencer. 12t

Minnehaha Indian moccasins for

both men and women. Prices attrac

tive. Slippers more so. Little's Shoe

arlor, W. Broadway. 14-3t

About 60 pairs of ladies pumps and

oxfords to close out at 50 per cent of

former price. Little's Shoe Parlor. 3t

Committee Meetings Proved too Much

for Strength of Aged Leader of
the Kuklax Klan

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct, 14. CoL Sim

mons, imperial wizard of the Kuklux
Klan, was prevented by illnes3 today
from appearing before the House com committee
mittee committee for examination by members
as to the activities of the rdefl CoL
Simmons collapsed yesterday at the

close of a five-hour statement and
was later placed in charge of a phy

sician who ordered h;m to bed. The

hearings have been adjourned until

Col. Simmons is able to appear.

-MORE TROUBLE IN MEXICO

Small Army of Bandits Held Up a

Passenger Train Near
Puebla

(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Oct- 14. Fifty armed

men under the leadership of rebel
Captain Castillo, yesterday held up a

passenger train from Vera Cruz to
Mexico City, seven miles from Pueb! i,
robbed the passengers and escaped

with considerable booty. The bandits

escaped after forcing the passengers
to walk to Signore,t. Shots were ex exchanged
changed exchanged and three persons killed.

Whether the dead were bandits or
passengers was not stated in the first
news of the hold-up received here.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WniTTINGTON.

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.
IL C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor
of Registration of the City of
Ocala. 7-5t-fri

Dyanshine (dye and shine) is a
guaranteed polish for all kinds of
leather god3. To be had only at. the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 12-Ct

Forty pairs of boys' oxfords to

cose out at two dollars tne pair.

Former price from four to seven dol

lars. Little's Shoe Parlor. 14-3t

We can make you specially attrac

tive prices on house furnishings for

the fall and winter- season. Theus

os. Phone 19. 10-11-tf

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main

Street Market tf

Best Florida meat, stall fed, best

prices, rree delivery, rnone ob.
Crescent Market. ll-5t

Genuine French briar wood pipes

with Bakelite stems, 75c. to $4 each.

Formerly sold for $1.50 to $7. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Phillips' Drug Store. 13-6t

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

ject to chance. 10-l-30t

This is a Studebaker year. tf

Mr. T. L. Southwell of Orlando,

commercial agent for this section of

the S. A. L- was in town today. He

reports prospects encouraging.

We suppose you know it rained.

SASH

DOOR

Geo: MacKay U o.
Ocala, Ha.
HARDWARE

This is a Studebaker year.

tf

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Beans 20c. lb., cucumbers 50. doz.,

celery 20c. bunch, tomatoes, squash,

Er rtlett pears, Malaga and Tokay

grapes, pineapples, oranges, limes,
giapefruit, lemons at the Fort King
Ccnfectionerv. Phone 596. Will have

lettuce Saturday. 10-14-2t

It's packed in little pink and white

boxes and they have no equal Arm

and Complexion Powder and Cold

Cream. Only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 12-t
Pretty line of felt bedroom slippers
All colors, leather soles, cushioned in-

t: ner soles. Prices attractive. Little s

r

HIGH GRADE PAINT

Shoe Parlor.

14-3t

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.

Save shoeshine bills by using "Dy

anshine"; it brightens up your tan

shoe's and only requires an application

every two weks. At the Court

Fharmacy. Phone 284. 12-6t

Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station

Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 10-14-tf

DOCKS AT CHARLESTON

TWO-TniRDS DESTROYED

Football will be popular this year

because it has so much kick in it.
Boston Leather Reporter.

In 1916 Germany planned on mak

ing America pay for the war. Wed,

we are. Marquette Tribune.

Apalachicola oysters

Fish Market.

at the

City
tf

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market. tf

Ernest Roberts, auto for hire. Any-.

where in the city 25 cents. 1'fcone

524. 13-t

MINORITY FANATICS

ARE A MENACE
New Yoik, Oct. 14. The tyranny

of fanatical minorities is tne cniez

danger to liberty Dr. Nicholas Mur Murray
ray Murray Butler, president of Columbia

University, declared at a dinner given
iu his honor in the Hotel Pennsylvania
ty the teaching and administrative
staffs of the university. Monarch
and ruling classes no longer are a
peril, said Dr. Butler, who pictured
the broadening influence of education
and asserted that "the interpretation
cf society and of the- state by the
modern universities has only just be-
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(Associated Press)
Charleston, S. C Oct. 14. Firemen
continued to play streams of water on
the smoking ruins of twetthirds of the
Charleston Terminal Company's Co Co-Iambus
Iambus Co-Iambus street docks here today, hav having
ing having kept un the work since early yes-

fertilizer materials stored in the
warehouse, is estimated at more than
one million dollars.

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P.O.Box 3ID Ocala, Fla. P
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Dade City, Oct. 14. By a vote of 63

for to 7 against, the people of the j
town of San Antonio voted yesterday i

in favor of bonding the town for elec electric
tric electric lights. The amount of the issue
will be $0000, and the bonds will bear
7 per cent interest. Other funds will
be available for the work to be done.

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OCALA' EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921

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lit a chanee to see what- it can"

'There are doubtless some fault3 in

' the charter, but we can't see what

raMiakW ETery Dr Kxfpt adar hy jthey are until it "is given a chance.
star PITRMSHIXG COMPANY. I There are faults in the policy of

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GIVE THE CHARTER A, CHANCE

the gentlemen now controlling the
council, and no- microscopes or spy
glasses are needed to see them.

Let us turn m" and elect a mayor

and councilmen who will give the city

a manager, ana see wnat ne can ao.

Cr.a thing is sure, he can't do any
worse than the present lack of sys

tem.

If we give this charter a fair trial,

gnd.it fails, we can dump it over overboard.
board. overboard. But if it shows more merit

do. 'government that they are more di

rectly interested in than the men.
The city registration books are" now
open. Poll taxes can be paid to Tax
Collector Stripling at any time after
Nov. 1. All Ocala women who have
a heartfelt interest in the affairs of
their city should register and vote.

BOARD OF TRADE BOOKLET

The new board of trade booklet, for
Ocala and Marion county is before us.
It is, in our opinion, the best one yet.
The pen of the journalist and the
brush of the artist have harmonized
in its make-up. Mr. I. H. Chazal,

than lack ef merit, it can be amended. ; secretary of the board of trade, com-

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Ocala, Florida
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We use genuine parts in our
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We daresay it need3 amendment. But
re can't tell how nor where nor how

much until we give it a chance.

Give the charter a chance.

THE CUP CAME BACK

A couple of months from today,
Ocala's city election will be held, and
the people will be called on to elect
for the term of two years a mayor,
and for four years each three aldor aldor-men.
men. aldor-men. The aldermen are one each to
represent the first and third wards,
and one to represent all four.
The only issue of no te that the
Star has so far heard of in this cam campaign
paign campaign is the city charter. Some peo people
ple people are dissatisfied with it; some with
the way,, it isn't being administered.
Some want it revoked and a return

made to the old system. But from ev

erything it can leaui, the; Star believes
that a large proportion of our citi citizens
zens citizens want the charter to be given a
chance.

It has been often said that when
the charter went from Ocala to Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, it fell down and was broken,

and was never properly put together

again. When it came back to Ocala,
so "they say," its gizzard was where
its epigolottis should be. While we

have many times heard the assertion,

we have never printed it,- because in
order to be sure that the charter had

been changed we would have to ob

tain the original copy or a certified
copy of it; thin read it over aloud

vith another person to hold a copy of

the charter now extant and check it
off, and thereby ascertain without

chance of error if any alterations

had been made. This would be some

job, and a stunt we ween no one has
so far pulled. About three years ago,

the Star printed the charter in sec

tions, so -the people could read and
study it, and while we have asked

many if they read it, few have re

plied yes. If any man has positive

proof that the charter was changed,

we hereby invite him ; to come for

ward with it and submit same over

his own name, and we will take pleas pleasure
ure pleasure in printing it.
But changed or unchanged, this
charter is now the law of the city,
and can't be changed again until the
legislature meets, nearly a year and
a half from now, and even if changed
again the change would not go into
operation for more than two years.
And in the meantime, we think the
charter should be given a chance.
' The charter was drawn up by
members of as honest and progressive
a council as this city ever had, and
they framed it with no thought of
personal gain, but with the explicit
intention of putting the administra administration
tion administration of our municipal affairs on an
efficient and economical basis. And
we believe if their idea had been
faithfully carried out, the result they
desired would have been attained. Our
critics, may sneer at this statement,
bat they can't disprove it. The char charter
ter charter in the hands of the aldermen who
have governed the city has never
been given a chance.
We will concede that these gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen Very likely thought that they
were doing what was best for the
town, and we also concede that they
have governed the city much better
than many other cities are governed.
But the fact remains that a majority
of the council resolved ; itself into an
autocracy a benevolent autocracy
perhaps, but an autocracy just the
same and set the law aside and gov-
t erned according to its own ideas. Arid
its ideas have not worked out well.
Take, for instance, the matter of

streets. It has disputed for almost
two years over street material, and
we have no streets yet; and there is
no certainty we will have any.
Ocala needs a city manager, who
'can and will manage, and who will
have the support of the council in instead
stead instead of its antagonism. It wants a
man constantly on the job, and not a
bunch of councilmen, the majority of
whom can seldom take more than a
few hours at a time to attend to pub public
lic public business. It wants a man who can
make the different departments of the
city pull together, instead of pulling

against each other, as they frequently

do now. j
Certain members of the council say j
this can't be done under the present j
charter. They don't know. They j

have never given the charter a chance.
The people of Ocala have to live
and work and pay taxeis under the
charter until January, 1924, whether

Dr. II. F. Watt had a pleasant sur surprise
prise surprise and an unexpected reunion with
an old friend yesterday. Before leav leaving
ing leaving 'for France, Captain, then Second
Lieutenant Watt, bought among other
articles an aluminum canteen cup, on
which he had his name inscribed in a
peculiar manner. He carried this cup
from some time in the autmn of 1917
vrAll nearly two years later, when on
starting on his return to America he
left it in France, thinking perhaps
some impoverished Frenchman might
make use of it. A few days ago, H. A.
Fausett, the, West Broadway merch merchant,
ant, merchant, received a quantity of canteen
cups, which he had ordered from a
Kansas City firm. On looking over
the eups he noticed a name cut on one
of them, and was surprised to find

t3 at it read "Watt." More in jest
than anything else, he called Dr. Watt
and told him he had a cup of his.
Shortly after, the doctor, driving by
Mr. Fausett's store, stopped and ask asked
ed asked to see the cup. Much to his sur surprise,
prise, surprise, he found it was hiscup sure
enough, there being no mistake about
the way his name was cut on it, be besides
sides besides other marks he recognized as
having been madetiuring the many
months he carried" it. Mr. Fausett
gladly presented it to him, and the
doctor has taken it home, where it will
have an honored place among his
other war relics.

piled the book, selecting the subjects
for illustration and accompanying
them with well-written descriptions.
Anybody moderately well acquainted
with the county, who takes even a
fleeting look over the little volume,
will concede at once that Mr. Chazal
surely does know how to pick out the
pretty spots in Marion. He has not
stuck to he beaten track, but brought
out attractive places which have never

before received attention. Our people
should turn in and help him in the
work of having the booklet intelligent intelligently
ly intelligently distributed. It should be sent all
ever the country, but only to people
who are likely to give it proper atten attention.
tion. attention. A description of the booklet
arid instructions of how to distribute
it will be found on the first page.

The country in general doesn't
see mto be taking much interest in
the New York city election this year.

In the days of old, barbers used to
pull teeth. Now, they only pull your
hair and pull your leg.

The October number of "Travel"
has anrticle in it on a trip to the
Suwanee river and includes in the
write-up a description of some of
Florida's springs. Silver Springs is
given special mention as being the
largest in the world and 'having such
clear water that a coin may easily be
seen eighty feet below the surface.
There is a photo of the springs taken
from the chute, across the big boil.
"Travel" has a circulation all over the
country and this article will give wide
publicity to Silver Springs.

So far we have not heard of any
popular demand for any man as a
candidate for mayor except Dr. Peek.
If Doc' will comply with the wishes
of his friends, it will be no use for
any other man to oppose him.

The women of Ocala should vote in
the coming municipal election. There
are some things in the conduct of city

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And she began to remember a hundred
a thousand trifles, that made it all
hideously clear. Words, glances,
mods subtler than either, came back
to iher. Cherry's confusion of late,
when the question of her return to
Martin was raised, her Indifference to
her inheritance, her restless talk dur during
ing during one 'hour of immediate departure,
and during the next of an apparently
termless visit; all these were signifi significant
cant significant now.
"I am desperately unhappy !" Cherry
had said. And immediately after that,
Alix recalled wretchedly, had come a
brief and apparently aimless talk
about Alix's rights, and her eagerness
to share them with her sister.
"Poor Cherry P the older sister said
aloud, standing still for a moment,
and pressing both hands over her hot
eyes. "Poor little old Cherry life
hasn't been very kind to her!' She
and Peter must be so sorry and
ashamed about this! And Dad would
be so sorry; of all things he wanted
most that Cherry should be happy
Perhaps," thought Alix, "he realized
that she was that sort of a nature, she
must love and be loved, or she cannot
live I But why did he let her marry
Martin, and why wasn't he here to
keep me from marrying Peter? What
a mess mess mess we'-e made of it
all!"
As she used the term, she realized
that Cherry had used It, too, this same
evening; and fresh cpnvictlon was
added to the great weight of convic conviction
tion conviction in her heart.
0h, f Peter Peter Peter!" she
moaned, writhing as the cry escaped
her. ""Why couldn't it have been me,
why couldn't you have loved me that
way? I know I am not so pretty as
Cherry," Allx went on, resuming her
restless walk, "and I know that those
things don't seem to mean as much to
me as to most women But, Peter,"
she said softly, aloud, "no wife ever

loved a man more than I love you, my
dear!" She remembered some of his
half-laughing, half-fretful reproaches,
when he had told her that she loved
him much as she loved Buck, and that,
in these respects, she was no more

than a healthy child. "I may be a i
child," said Allx, feeling that a dry

flame was consuming her heart, "but

. a child can love My dear my dear j

"I wish I could cry," she said sud-
denly, finding herself sitting on a log J
where low oaks met the forest and the
open meadows. "But now we must
face this thing sensibly. What is to
be done? They must not know that I
know, and In some way we must get
out of this tangle. Even If Peter were
free, Cherry would not be free," she
decided, "and so the only thing to do
is to help them, until.lt dies away."
No suspicion of the truth stabbed
her, although she remembered Martin
and his strange tale of a message and
wondered about It a little in her
thoughts. To whom had Cherry been
sending that telegram if not to Peter?
And if to Peter, why had she not
simply telephoned? Because she had
known that Peter was not in his of office,
fice, office, because she had been going to
meet him somewhere. But where?
Well, at the boat. Martin had heard
her tell the boy that he must catch
the boat. V
Allx did not guess the truth. But
she guessed enough to make her feel
frightened and sick. She could not
suppose that Cherry and Peter had
planned to go away on that boat to together,
gether, together, because at most her thoughts
would have grasped the idea of one or
two days' absence only, and they had
given her no warning of that. But
until this instant the thought of the
passionate desire that enveloped them
had not reached her; she Lad imag imagined
ined imagined Cherry'? feeling for Peter to be
something only a 'little stronger than
her own.
Now she thought of Cherry's beauty,
her fragrance and softness, the shine
in her blue eyes and the light on her
corn-colored hair, and knew that life
for them all, of late, had been mined
with frightful danger.
"Cherry would be disgraced, and
Martin Martin would kill her, if he
found her out! . Oh, my little
sister! She would, be town talk; she
is so reckless, she would do anything
she would be a public scandal, and
the papers would have her pictures pictures-Dad's
Dad's pictures-Dad's little yellow-headed Charity!
Oh, Pad, she said, looking up into
the dark, "tell me what to do I need

you so! Won't you somehow ten me
what to do 71

Silence and darkness. But even In
that gloom Allx could tell the fog was
lifting, and a sudden sweep of breeze,
like a tired breath, went over the tops

of the redwoods.
Steadily came the change. The dark

ness, by imperceptible degrees, lifted.
"Light!" Alix whispered, awestruck.
And a few moments later she added,

"Dawn!"

It was dawn Indeed that was creep

ing Into the valley, and a it bright

frfA unci rieenened and warmed mo

mentarily, Alix felt some of the peace
and glory of It swelling in her tired

heart. She was still sitting on the

log, dreamily watching the expanding

beauty of the new day. when there
was a crashing in the underbrush be behind
hind behind her, and wild with, joy, and with

twigs and dried brown grasses on. his
wet coat. Buck came bounding out of
the forest, and leaped uion her.
"Bucky!" she faltered, as he stood
beside her, his quick tongue flashing
ecstatically, close to her face, every
snlendld muscle of his bod wris-elin
with eager affection. "Dli you miss
me, old fellow? Did you come to find

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CHAPTER XVII.
When Cherry came out to break breakfast,
fast, breakfast, a few hours later, she found Allx
already at the porch table. Alix looked
pale, but fresh and trim; she had evi evidently
dently evidently just tubbed, and she wore one
of the plain, wide-striped ginghams
that were extremely becoming to her
rather boyish type.
She looked up, and nodded at
Cherry composedly. Cherry always
kissed her sister in the morning, but
she did not today. She felt troubled
and ashamed, and instinctively avoid avoided
ed avoided the little caress.
"No men? she asked, sharing her
grapefruit with her mail.
"Peter had to go to San Rafael
with Mr. Thomas in his car, to do some something
thing something about the case." Alix explained,
"I drove them down, and at the last
minute Martin decided to go. So I
marketed, and got the mail, and came
back, and the understanding is that
we are to meet them at the St. Fran Francis
cis Francis for dinner, at six, and go to the
Orpheum."
"Is it almost ten? Cherry said
sleepily, gazing In surprise at the
clock that was visible through the
open door. "I'm terribly ashamed!
.And when did you get up, and silently
make your bed, and hang up your
things?"
"Oh. early P, Allx answered, non non-coramittally.
coramittally. non-coramittally. "I had a bath, and this
is my second breakfast!"
v Cherry, who was reading a letter,
made some Inarticulate sound that
made Alix look at her in quick con concern.
cern. concern. "Cherry, wlfat is it?" she exclaimed.
For answer Cherry tossed her the
letter, written on a thick sheet of lav lavender
ender lavender paper, which diffused a strong
odor of scent.
"Read that!" she said, briefly.
Fearfully, Alix picked up, the per perfumed
fumed perfumed sheet, and read, in a coarse and
sprawling, yet unmistakably feminine
handwriting, the following words:
"Dear Mrs. Lloyd : Perhaps you
would not feel so pleased "with your

self If you knew tne rear reason w ny
your husband left Red Creek? It was
because of a quarrel he had with Hat Hatty
ty Hatty Woods.
"If you don't believe it you had bet better
ter better ask him about some of the parties
he had with Joe King's crowd, and
where they were on the night of Aug.
2S and if he knows anybody named
natty Woods, and see what he says.
Ask him If he ever heard of Bopps'
hotel and when he was In Sacramento
last. If he Qenies It. you can show
him this letter."
There was no signature.
Allx. who had read it first with a
bewildered and suspicious look, read
It again, and flushed deeply at the
sordid -shame of it. She laid it down
and "looked In sttmned conviction at
her sister. t
CUrry. who was bra thins hard,
raised her 'bond, rested her ch!n on
her i:;nn t-'i.iv-s ,n, the fable, and
stared at Al.x i!ei'antijr.
-There!" she .y d. almost with tri triumph.
umph. triumph. "There! Now, is that so -a.y?
Now, am I to just smile and agree to
say Certainly. Martin 'Of course.
Martin, dear!' Now you set now you
see! Now. am I to-liiar that," "she
rushed on, her words suddenly violent
"And go on with him as his wife
when a common woman like that
-Cherry, dear! Alix said, distress-
edly.
"Ah, well, you can't realize it; no nobody
body nobody but the woman to 'whom it hap happens
pens happens can!" Cherry interrupted her.
covering her face with her hands.
"But let "hiui say what he pleases
now." she added, passionately, riet
him do what he pleases I'll foUowoiy
own course from today on!"

Alix. watching-her j fearfully, was
amazed at the change in Jier." Cher Cherry's
ry's Cherry's eyes were blazing, her cheeks
pale. Her voice was dry and feverish,
and there was a sort of frenzy in her
manner that Alix had never seen he he-fore.
fore. he-fore. To bring sunny little Cherry to
this to change the radiant, innocent
child that had been Cherry, into thl
bitter and disillusioned woman Alix
felt as if the who'e world were going
mac!, and ss if life would never be
sane and seiene again for any one of
them.
(Continued Tomorrow)

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

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Give Us A Trial:
SPECIAL Bananas Per Dezen 35c
Fresh Tomatoes Squash Greens Peppers.
Phone 76 for prompt Delivery Service
and Quality Groceries.
A-R GROCERY

Ocala Llouse Block
South Sid,

H. E. Abbott, Mgr.
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Millions of housewives use
Calumet Balling Powder because of its de dependability!
pendability! dependability! because when they place their baking
in the oven, they know it will "turn out" all right
They are confident of results because they know
that no miittrr v;;:r,t they bake pies, cakes, bis biscuits,
cuits, biscuits, mufnviz the results will be the same
light, perfectly rciccd, wholesome foods.

neverdisappoints. Don'tprepare
bakings with expensive ingredients and
then have them spoiled because of an
inferior leavener.
Have the same assurance that
the majority of other housewives have.
A pound can of Calumet contains fall 16 ounces. Some
bakire powders come in 12 ocr-ce inrtead of 15 ounce
C3T P c'r yrn r?t a '""d whrn yon want it.

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6000 miles guaranteed
30x3 nonskid $ 9.00

30x3 nonskid ....$12.00
We Specialize on
Ford and Cliewole

REPUR VORI
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Day Phone 258 Nidht Phone 533

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florid

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UNEEDa.S and all formerQ
10c pkgs. Crackers. .. OC

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

Cherry Bell Flour
24. lb sack
Saueis Self Rising
24 lb sack
Sauer's Self Rising

1Z lb. sack
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pound of
good Tea
Senate Coffee
per pound
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for.....

Senate Coffee,
three pounds for.

20c
15 c

. 15c
.. 12c
. 45c
8c
. 21c
... 55c
$1.35
$1.20
...60c

30 c

30c
: 40c
.. 75c
$1.10

Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle....
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle....
Reddick 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 v t
of Syrup.
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup.
Bulk Syrup
per gallon...
Bulk Syrup.
per quart

40c
75 c
65c
40c
30c

15c
$1.70
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. 95c
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Splendid Shirts, ijest the
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"BACHLE0R FRIEND"
Guaranteed Socks 35c
pair, 3 pair lor $1.
6 pair guaranteed lor
months lor $2.

We have seme wcuder-

IcI Saits of "Schloss Dro
clotaes. Priced
extremely low.

We Will Appreciate a Call
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Our line of these items will be found com complete,
plete, complete, and the recent overhauling of Our Store
in the Thompson Building has improved our
facilities for handling all business promptly.
We cheerfully furnish quotations on any
quantity and guarantee every item. All mail
orders sent out same day as received.
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CUMMY FEEP CO.

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OCALA,

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Day Phone 47. Nijht Phone 515

GEOHGS II&cKAY ft CO.
Faissral Directors, Embalm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.

UNCLASSIFIED
' ADVERTISETiIENTS

There's no, extra charge'for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca

tion. 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

WANTED Three furnished rooms

for light housekeeping. Apply in
writing to Robert Riddle, care the
Florida House.

BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Charges reasonable. Phone 1G9 and

117. 28-tf

Found the PL'ACE that I

was looking for the
C1SIE GROCERY
where they teach your dol dollars
lars dollars to have cents.
I'""'ATj Flour 98 lb. sack $5.45
FilLbury Flour, 24, ib. flack $1.50
rilkbury Ffcmr, 12 lb. sack. . . .80c
Gold Medal Flour as above.
East S. R. Flour 96 lb. sack $4.50
Best S. R. Flour, 24 lb. sack $1.15
Dsst S. R. Flour, 12 lb. sack 60c
Good & Guaranteed Self Rising
Flour, 95 lb. sack....; ..$4.00
Good & Guaranteed Self Rising
Flour, 24 lb. sack .$1.05
Good & Guaranteed Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb. sack 55c
Ileal, W. G. Juliette, per lb 2ze
Meal, Cream, Hudnut, per lb 2c
Grits, Fine, Medium or Coarse.

Meal and Grits, sack 101) lb. . .$2.35
Michigan Navy Beans, per lb 8c
California Baby Lima Beans, lb... 8c
California Black Eye Peas, lb 8c
Rice, Honduras, per lb.. 9c
Rise, Blue Rose, per lb. 7'2c
Sugar, per lb '. .7'2C
Eagle Milk 23c
Dime Milk 15c
Eicon, White 15c
Daeon, Smoked . 1 23c
Swift Premium Ham, per lb 34c
Cara pound Lard, per lb... 14c
Best Butter, per lb 48c
Potatoes, Maine" Cobblers 49c
Onions, California .... ......... .7c
Cabbage, per lb v 6c
Apples 2Vi inches, per dozen.... 40c
Full line of Fruits and Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Also Feed, Hay
and Seed Oats.

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 Velvet beans. Will pay
75 cents per 100 pounds, delivered.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 6-tf

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, 447 dklawaha Ave. 7-6t

HEMSTITCHING jAt 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

private home. Room suitable for
man and wife, two ladies or two
gentlemen. Phone 413 or apply at

18 North Watula street. ll-6t

FOR RENT Front bed room, either
for one or couple. Phone 238, or

No. 34 North Sanchez. ll-6t

FOR RENT Unfurnished desirable
five or seven-room apartment with
two large halls, l)ath, large, airy

rooms, large porch, garage, all
modern conveniences, private en entrances.
trances. entrances. Possession Oct. 15. Apply

Mrs. George Blitch. 10-ll-6t

Entire STOCK on SALE at
. LOW PRICES.

Plionc 74
-122 Main Street
Opposite llsrrissfca Gall.

FOR RENT Furnished, four-room

lower apartment on Oklawaha Ave

screened porch, bath, large airy
rooms, electric range, modern con-

, veniences. Private entrances, ga

rage. Possession Nov. 1. Apply to

Mrs. George Blitch. ll-6t

FOR RENT Furnished, very desir

able lower apartment, four rooms.

bath, sleeping porch, pantry, built

in cupboard, large grounds, close

in, well furnished, modern conven

iences. Possession Oct. 15. Apply to

Mrs. George Blitch. ll-6t

FOR SALE 490 Chevrolet in first

class condition. A genuine bargain.

See C. G. Wile at Singer Sewing

Machine office. 12-4t

LOST Between Mcintosh and Ocala

Tuesday, Oct. 11th, white and liver

colored pointer; answers to name of
"Wood row." Reward of $10 will be
paid for return. A. M. McNeill,
Gainesville, Fla. 13-6t

OR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Second floor,
bath. Apply to 628 North Magno
lia street. 13-13t

FOR RENT Six room cottage with

all modern conveniences; thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly screened; garage in, connection,
and all tle garden space yoi want.
Apply to R. L. Carter, taxi driver.
Phone 526 or 527. 13-tf

STOVE WOOD AND KINDLING

Lot of well seasoned pine ends from

planing mill. Can deliver in any

quantity on short notice. Phone

446 or 373. 14-6t

The Curry Feed Company asks tele

phone subscribers to insert in their

directories its number, 388.

ttAILROAD SCHEDULES

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 Arrire

2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am

1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm

4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm

Tampa-

2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 nm
2:55 am NTfork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am

1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrire

2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am

1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm

6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville l'9:13pm

2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-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

Monday, Wednesday,- Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

OCALA 0CCU1EIICES

The following were visitors in Ocala
today: Mrs. L. Howell, Micanopy;
P. W. Collens, Summer field; Landis
Blitch, Blitchton, and A. Cuthil, Mar-teL

Mr. and Mrs. C C. Balkcom are re receiving
ceiving receiving congratulations on the arrival
of a baby daughter, born at the hos hospital
pital hospital this morning.
Mr. George Wallace, an old time
resident of Ocala, bet now of Brad Brad-entown,
entown, Brad-entown, is in the city for a few days,
transacting business.

Mr. B. F. Borden is spending a well
earned vacation in Orlando.

The Brotherhood class of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church will hold a cake and
candy sale tomorrow, beginning at 10
o'clock. Hot coffee and sandwiches will
also be served. It

Mrs. J. W. Feltr of North Ocala,
who was taken ill last Wednesday, is
somewhat improved.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor in the city.

New bed room, dining room, parlor

and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phone

19. 10-12-tf

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A letter has been received from Dr.
M. C. Izlar in New York, advising his
friends that he may be expected in
Ocala next Monday. Doc' has been
taking in the world's series and as
Doc' was a Giant, he will come home

with a smile.

Mrs. Joseph Akin- has returned

home from Montgomery, Ala., where
she has been visiting friends and rel relatives
atives relatives for the past two months.

The Methodists are making elab

orate prepaartions for their home

coming to their enlarged and improv improved
ed improved church Sunday. i t

Mr. T. H. Shepard arrived in Ocala

last week and will be the guest of his
bx other, Dr, G. C. Shepard for the
winter. Mr. Shepard has been in

Chicago for the past two years. On
his way to Ocala he stopped in Louis Louisville
ville Louisville a short time.

The poor unfortunates who were

foolish enough to back the Yankees

in the world's series are now wonder wondering
ing wondering why, where and how. The Giant
gang, of course, say that they knew
all the time that the Yanks didn't

have a ghost of a show. It's too bad
they didn't hand out that information
before some of the boys lost their all
and had to sneak out of the matinee
rooln in an empty flour barrel.

Mrs. Julia Moses and Mrs. Effie
Metric left on the limited yesterday
afternoon, having been called to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on account of the illness of
their sister, Mrs. Alma Carran.

City Engineer Young, who was in
town yesterday from Sumter county,
where he is in charge of building the
great highway thru that county, re reports
ports reports the work as making excellent
progress. He and his force are now
two and a half miles south of Web Webster,
ster, Webster, and putting down about four
miles a month. 4!

Mr. B. M. Turner, one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's most clever young lawyers, was
in town yesterday.

Our orangeade machine is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t

A Star reporter, looking in the ren renovated
ovated renovated Methodist church this morning,
found Pastor White and a number of
his parishioners busy cleaning up and
putting the house in order for Sunday.
They had an immense amount of work
ahead, but Mr. White said they were
going to do it.

Our orangeade machine is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t

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tobacco q

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oality

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

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of Turkish and Domestic tohzcco$-bUnded

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SPECIAL SALE

ODD ROCIL

SATURDAY ONLY

In this Sale we have Rockers and
Ara Chairs, in Reed Fiber and all of the
different wood finishes, the Prices range
I from $2.75 up to $50.00. And most of them
are reduced 502 from the origonal price.
You can get just the proper Chair to
fit in that Vacant Space you have been
waiting to fill for so long.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
George MacKay & Co,
Watch this Space for Specials.

Genuine French briar wood pipes
vnth Bakelite stems, 75c. to $4 each.
Formerly sold for $1.50 to $7. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Phillips' Drug Store. 13-6t

MAGK TAYLOR
Ocala Phone

Hodge Brothers

TOR CARS

Af moving picture party and miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous shower was given last night
by Mrs. S. R. Whaley in honor of Miss
Sue "Moore.. The guests" met "at Mrs.
Whaley's home and from there they
went to the Temple theater, where for
an hour they enjoyed the movies. Aft After
er After returning to Mrs. Whaley's home,
they assembled in the living room,
which was tastefully decorated in
green and white, the color scheme be being
ing being carried out in white roses and
green fern. From the chandelier was
suspended a white crepe paper um umbrella
brella umbrella which was filled with gifts that
had been brought to the honoree, each
gift bearing an appropriate verse of
which the donor was the author.
Misses Elizabeth Wetherbee and Olive
Whaley assisted in serving the dainty
refreshments consisting of salad, wa wafers,
fers, wafers, sandwiches, olives and hot choc

olate. Miss Moore received a number

of useful as well as ornamental gifts

and they will always.be pleasant re

minders of a delightful evening spent
with her friends and members of the

A club. Mrs. Whaley was assisted by
Mrs. E. L. Carney in entertaining her
guests, who were the following: Mrs.
R. S. Hall, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.,
Mrs. A. M. Withers, Mrs. Edmund
Martin and Mrs. T. M. Moore, Misses
Blair Woodrow, Eloise Henry, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth GofF, Elizabeth and Meme Davis,
Margaret Lloyd, Ava Lee Edwards,
Mabel Meffert, Onie Chazal, Nettie
and Stella Camp.
.
W. K. Lane, 1L D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Oflce ever 5 and 10 cent store.

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That's what "Panama"
stands for in Overalls,
Coveralls and Pants; all
first-class work garments
for men and boys.

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UNION-MADE
Made of best Indigo; Denim.
Koomy, easy-fitting and com comfortable
fortable comfortable ; seams double-atitch-ed
; pockets re-inforced ; wide
suspenders; rust-proof but buttons
tons buttons that stap on.
Ask your dealer for "Pan "Panama,''
ama,'' "Panama,'' the work clothes with

the iron-clad
guarantee.
K'hn Mfg. Co,

Ma bile. Ala.

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LOCATION AND PnONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. OfS;e
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf

This is a Studebaker year. tf

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

16 pounds of sagar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rmlv Phrmm 577 snH

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tf IL B. WHITTINGTON.

Courtesy. Service. Quality.
CMESCEMT GECSE
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We carry a good line of Fancy and Staple Groceries at the
RIGHT PRICES. Seeing is believing. Pay us a visit and
see for yourself.
Some C&sh & Carry Specials for Saturday and Monday.

Sugar 15 lbs. $ .S3
Tomatoes 1 can No.2 .11
King Apples per lb. .10
White House Coffee .35
Smoked Bacon .35

Canova Coffee is a good
Coffee
1 lb can .35
3 lb. can LCD
Pare Lard .14

Give os a Trial for tones! goods at ton est Prices
PEDRICK. BSOS. :

Phone 562

N. Magnolia St.

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