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VOL 27 " ; ' OGALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1921 7 xo. 223
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OPPAU SWEPT AVJAV
DY AN EXPLQSiQ
German Industrial City on the West
Bank of the Rhine Virtually
Wiped Off the Map
Paris, Sept. 21, One thousand per persons
sons persons are reported to have been killed
and several thousand injured at Op Op-pa
pa Op-pa u, near Franker. :hal, in the Rhine
palatinate, through, explosions in the
chemical products slant, according to
a Mayence messaa to the Havas
agency here today.
FRENCH .WORKED TO SAVE
Mayence, Sept. 22. French troops
and volunteer wot ars toiled through
the night in the rc 'is of the chemical
plant at Oppau. r-ere hundreds of
workmen were killed by an explosion
yesterday. Estima as of the dead
tanged high as 12f bodies have been
recovered and it i? known at least
1500 persons were injured.
OPPAU SWEPT AWAY
Oppau was virtually swept away and
the explosion hurled desolation over a
wide district on the west bank of the
Rhine between Mannheim and Frank Frank-enthal.
enthal. Frank-enthal. An investigation has been or ordered
dered ordered but those who visited the ruins
declare there is little upon which a
finding can be based.
Order is being maintained in Op Oppau
pau Oppau and vicinity by French soldiers,
the district being vithin the. French
zone of occupation.
850 KNOWN DEAD
Paris, Sept. 22 J Up to this morn morning
ing morning 850 bodies hid been recovered
from the ruins of the chemical plant
at Oppau, accord in to a Mayence
dispatch. Twenty-fiva hundred receiv received
ed received medical attention. f
Amsterdam, Sept. 22. The total
damage from the explosion at Oppau
yesterday is estimated at one hundred
and fifty million marks, according to
Berlin advices. "
FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES
Jacksonville, Sept. 22. The county
competition at the Florida State Fair
and Exposition will again this year be
divided into two classes, agricultural
and horticultural, the same character
of prizes being olfered in each of the
The fair association split the com competition
petition competition two way$t for the purpose of
placing those counties producing
mainly agricultural products and
those best in citrus fruits on an equal
footing. In other words, counties
famed for their citrus fruits will not
have to compete with those whose
forte consist sof agricultural pro
Counties may enter in either of the
two classes, but no county may com compete
pete compete in both classifications.
The major prizes for the best col collective
lective collective exhibits of afiriculture or hor horticulture,
ticulture, horticulture, five or more counties com competing
peting competing in each class ,are as follows:
First, diploma for grand prize medal
and $400; second,, diploma for gold
medal and $200; third, diploma for
silver medal and $100; fourth, diploma
for bronze medal and $100.
In addition there are many special
prizes, together with the sweepstakes,
which go to the county scoring high highest
est highest in either the agriculture or the
horticulture competition. This trophy
is a silver loving cup, donated by the
Jacksonville chamber of commerce.
The cup must be won consecutively
three times to be retained permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. This trophy was won in February
1918 by Alachua county; by Marion
county in December 1918; Escambia
inl919 and by St. Lucie in 1920.
STATE SCHOOL BOYS
BUILDING A SCHOOLHOUSE
Portland, Me., Sept. 21. Inmates of
the State School for Boys, a reform
institution, are building a schoolhouse
or themselves. ;
They dug the cellar, built the forms,
poured concrete for the foundation
walls and placed heavy beams in posi
tion. Now they are doing the more
advanced work on their brick building,
using blue prints under the supervis
ion of a mason and a carpenter.
EXPLOSION IN AUSTRALIA
(Assocl ated Press)
London, Sept. 22. Thirty-five bod bodies
ies bodies have been recovered from Mount
Mulligan colliery in Queensland, Aus Australia,
tralia, Australia, where a gas explosion occurred
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once,
Thfus Brothers., Phone 19. 23-1 m
JUDGE AE3DREWS TO
TRY OH. BELCHER!
The Trial Will Begin Next 3Ionday
Morning at the Clearwater
Tallahassee. Sept. 22. Governor
Hardee has formally designated Judge j
C O. Andrews of Orlando, ot tne sev seventeenth
enteenth seventeenth judicial circuit, to preside at
thetrial of Dr. I. J. Belcher, of Tarpon
Springs, charged with manslaughter
in connection with the death of Miss
Vlrcrinia Turner of Clearwater. The
trian beigns Monday at Clearwater, j
Judge MeMulien was disqualified on
account of his distant relationship to
both Dr. Belcher and Miss" Turner.
TRYING TO SAVE HER HUSBAND
Tallahassee, Sept. 22. The wife of J
Putnam Ponsell, sentenced to hang j
tomorrow with J. B. Martin, for the
murder of John Tuggle, discussed her
husband's case with the pardon board
at a special meeting of the board to today.
day. today. She was accompanied by her
two small children.
MURDER IN MICHIGAN
Dowiagiac, Mich., Sept. 21. A
bloodstained club and a bloody finger
print are clues found today by which
local authorities hoped to clear up the
murder of three, persons and the
serious injury of another, a child, in
their home here. William Monroe,
his wife and their 17-year-old daugh
ter were found beaten to death with a
club. In the same room was found
the ten-year-old daughter, beaten on
the head until unconscious. The child
was made blind by the blows. Altho!
her recovery is doubtful officials hope
she may be revived sufficiently to tell
the story of the attack. The tragedy
was discovered yesterday when the
child's chum entered the home after
hearing her moan. It is believed the
attack occurred Saturday night; as
members of the family were last seen
then. It is believed the child lay
wounded on the floor nearly sixty
hours before being discovered.
SEMI-CENTENNIAL WILL BE
OBSERVED IN CHICAGO
Chicago, Sept. 21. The semi-centennial
of the great Chicago fire of
1871 which almost wiped out this city,
then with a population of close to
350,000, will be observed here next
month. The fire and other events in
the city's history will be told in pa pageantry'
geantry' pageantry' A stadium is to be built on Chica Chicago's
go's Chicago's downtown lake front part and the
play given from Oct. 3 to 15. The
anniversary of the fire falls on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Oct. '9. ;
The pageant's climax will be a
scene depicting the future, under the
Chicago Plan, which already has re
sulted in great progress toward im improving
proving improving the features of the city.
The celebration is being given un
der auspices of the Chicago Associa
tion of Commerce.
OUR SYMPATHY IS
WITH THE TRIBUNE
(Associated Press j
Chicago, Sept. 22. The ten million
dollar libel suit of the city of Chicago
against the Chicago Tribune opened
today with counsel for the newspaper
asking the court to uphold a general
demurrer based on the constitutional
right of the freedom of the press. If
granted the demurrer would have the
effete of dismissing the suit on the
grounds of insufficient evidence.
THREE MEN MURDERED
IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
St. Louis, Sept. 22. The bodies of
three men, believed to have been
murdered, were found within a few
miles of each other in southern Illinois
last night by the crews of Missouri
Pacific trains. Two wore army uni uniforms.
forms. uniforms. The police believe robbery was
the motive and assert the triple mur murder
der murder occurred on the same freight
train. The bodies have not been iden identified.
tified. identified. MACK AND HENRY
CHARGED WITH MURDER
Lakeland, Sept. 22. Mack O'Neil
and Henry Smith, charged with shoot shooting
ing shooting to death Levi McCullum, at his
home here August 20th, and now in
jail at Bartow, will be formally charg
ed with murder, according to Sheriff
Logan. McCullum was shot to death
from ambush in the early evening
while sitting on his porch. It is be believed
lieved believed robbery was the motive.
This is a Studebaker year.
ITRYIHG TO OBTA
JURY FOR POPE
Examination for Veniremen is Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Murder Case is Pro Proceeding
ceeding Proceeding Slowly
Jacksonville, Sept. 22. Examina Examination
tion Examination of veniremen for a jury to try
Pope proceeded slowly this morning.
Four tentative jurors were, obtained
when court adjourned yesterday and
the fifth was obtained this morning.
Five jurors were accepted from the
first fourteen men examined of the
venire cf seventy-Urn?.
Examination of veniremen proceed proceeded
ed proceeded rapidly the last hour of the morn morning
ing morning session and five more tentative
jurors were accepted, making ten in
the box when court adjourned for
lunch. It was expetced that the box
would be filled during the afternoon,
but it was regarded as certain that
several would be excluded on peremp peremptory
tory peremptory challenges by both defense and
Belleview, Sept. 21. The young
folks enjoyed a splash party at Mr.
McKay's dock at Lake Weir Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, in honor IT Miss Beulah
Van Mater, who has been the guest of
Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hames, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Hames, Lee Hames and
Jesse MeClendon returned home last
Thursday from a fishing trip at Smith
Mrs. O. S. Shade cf Jacksonville,
came Thursday and was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. H. B. Monroe at the
I.akeview hotel, returning Tuesday.
The Philathea sewing circle of the
Eaptist church, held a meeting at the
B Y. P. U. park Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Sutton return returned
ed returned to their home in Colorado Saturday
after spending several weeks with the
former's brother-in-latr and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Abshier.
Mr. O. S. Shade and Mr. Jack Drew
were week-end guests tit the Lakeriew
hotel last week.
Mr. Ernest Nott, who has been
having a few days variation, returned
to his work in the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss bankvin Ocala Monday.
Mr. C. H. Hall of Gaffney, N. C,
who is a traveling salesman for a
shoe house in Boston., called on his
aunt, Mrs. J. T. Hames Friday, on
his way back from a nour over Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Rev. Martin delivered two excellent
sermons at the Baptfat church Sun Sunday.
Messrs. J. T. and J. F. Hames are
repairing Mr. Milton Albertson's
packing house at Weinidale this week.
About twenty-five ladies enjoyed a
pleasant afternoon at the thimble
social at Mrs. O. M. Gale's Tuesday
afternoon. Dainty refreshments of
cream and cake were served.
The ladies -of the Es.stern Star had
a meeting at the Masanic hall Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening.
A number of our citizens attended
the road meeting in Ocala Tuesday
A few of Robert M. Meerrill's
friends enjoyed a surprise party given
for him Friday nigbt. Many nice
presents were received and the guests
enjoyed ice cream and cake.
HE WAS FOULED
Cleveland, Sept. 22. Declaring he
was deliberately fouled several times,
Danny Frush, who was knocked out
by Johnny Kilbane Saturday in a con contest
test contest for the featherweight champion-
shin, issued a statement today inl
which he claims the title. He claims
a foul in the first round when Kilbane
hit him in the groin with his knee.
WILL BE UNVEILED
. (Associated Press)
Marianna, Sept. 21 The monument
commemorating the baittle of Marian Marianna
na Marianna during the civil jrar will be un unveiled
veiled unveiled here November 2nd, according
to those in charge of, arrangements.
The contractor who mU erect the
monument already is at work and the
memorial will be completed some time
before the date set for the unveiling.
The Florida division. United Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy, is in charge
of the program.
The war is over, bui you cant make
the landlords believe it. Houston
Nice assortment cd: Winter GING
HAMS, Luzanne LUfENS, Percales,
Chambrays, Denims, Khaki, Apron
Checks and OUTINGS just received
ct FISHEL'S. tf
HIS HIE SHOULD
Judge Lazarus of San Francisco
Excludes Men from the Worn,
San Francisco, Sept. 22- The pre preliminary
liminary preliminary hearing of Roscoe Arbuckle
on a charge of murder before Police
Judge Sylvain Lazarus occupied pub public
lic public attention today. Men were ex excluded
cluded excluded from the hearing under an
order issued last night, the authori authorities
ties authorities ruling that as Lazarus' court is a
women's court no men except the wit witnesses,
nesses, witnesses, court officials and newspaper
reporters should be admitted. The
hearing is expected to last three days.
New York, Sept. 22. The district
attorney's office announced today it
had located Lowell Herman, an actor,
and served him with a request sub subpoena
poena subpoena for questioning in connection
with the Arbuckle case.
HERMAN IS WILLING
Herman expressed a willingness to
return to San Francisco when needed
for the trial of Arbuckle.
IN JACKSONVILLE OCT. 4-3
. Of great importance to the health
conditions in Florida, tho it has not
been heralded by blare of trumpet and
shoutings of the tumult is the coming
public health conference at Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, October 4th and 5th. Conserva Conservation
tion Conservation of childhood resistance to dis disease
ease disease will form a very important part
of the program at each section. The
nurse's section will be largely devoted
to the diet and health habits of chil children.
dren. children. The medical section will take
up such subjects as tuberculosis in
children. The afternoon of the sec second
ond second day will be entirely devoted to ad addresses
dresses addresses and discussions of hygiene
teaching in the schools.
Among those from Florida who
have accepted places on the program
are Mrs. J. W. McColium, president
of the State Federation of Woman's
Clubs; Dr. Raymond C. Turck, state
health officer; Miss Elizabeth Skinner
of Dunedin and Professor R. M.
Sealey of Tallahassee. Mr. B. G.
Eaves and Mr. T. B. Kidner of the
National Tuberculosis Association,
are also scheduled on the program.
Among those expecting to attend
from Ocala will be Miss Margaret E.
Taylor, who is to appear on the pro program
gram program dealing with the training of
children in health habits at school,
and Mrs. E. A. Osborne, who during
the past year has been a member of
the board of directors of the Florida
Public Health Association, and who
has accepted again for this year the
Christmas seal sale chairmanship for
Marion county. Plans of work for
1922 and the 1921 seal sale will be
Those contemplating attending the
conference are invited to write to the
Florida Public Health Association,
Dyal-Upchurch building, Jacksonville,
for a complete program.
Moss Bluff, Sept. 21. Mrs. William
Brown and two children of Daytona
Beach, who have been spending a few
weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Har Harmon
mon Harmon Griggs, returned home Sunday.
Services will be held here at the
Christian church both Sunday morn morning
ing morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Caldwell of
Electra, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T? r. firiccs Sunday. Miss Olive
Griggs returned home with them and
will be their guest until the opening
of school here.
Mrs. Henry Morrison, who has
been on the sick list, i3 steadily im-
Mrs. H. P. Griggs and children left
Sunday for Daytona, where they will
b euests of the formers parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clifton.
TVr.P Mabel Sauires and Oro
Horn beck spent Sunday evening with
Mrs. W. C. White.
Mr nrl Mrs. T. H. Griggs were
business callers in Ocala Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clif ton and Mr.
William Brown of Daytona Beach,
spent the week-end here visiting
friends and relatives.
Miss Martha Fort spent Friday
with Miss Mamie Cochrane.
Electra, Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Fletcher left Saturday morning for
Mr. Fletcher's old home, where he
will start to work Thursday.
Mr. Ernest Mock has been very
sick, but we are glad to report that
he is improving.
Call phone 108 when you want groc
eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Thru It High Officials, Who May be
Summoned to Washington by the
Department of Justice
Washington, Sept- 22. High offi officials
cials officials of the Kuklux Klan may be sum summoned
moned summoned to Washington for interroga interrogation
tion interrogation by the department of justice, At Attorney
torney Attorney General Daugherty indicated
today. Director Burns of the depart department's
ment's department's bureau of investigation, the at attorney
torney attorney general said, has been instruct instructed
ed instructed to set his agents at work on an in investigation
vestigation investigation of the klan's organization
in various parts of the country.
BIRMINGHAM TO CELEBRATE
ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 21. Birm
ingham will celebrate its fiftieth anni
versary Oct. 24 to 29 with an exposi exposition
tion exposition and historical pageant depicting
the development of the South's lead
ing industrial city from the building
of its first house in 1871. Today the
city has almost reached a population
President Harding has arranged to
visit Birmingham on this occasion,
spending the entire day of Oct. 26
here. On his arrival he will ride at
the head of a parade in which all the
military units of the state will partici participate.
pate. participate. His guard will consist of 1000
members of the American Legion in
Later in the day the president will
be the chief speaker at the laying of
the cornerstone of the new Masonic
temple here, which has been under
construction for nearly a year and
will cost $1,000,000. The event will
bring together members of the fra
ternity from all over the South and a
number of its dignitaries from, be
President Harding will also make
an address at Birmingham-Southern
College at exercises of welcome for
the college's new head. Dr. Guy E.
The pageant will be a record of
Birmingham's remarkable industrial
development. Its chief episode will
show the mining of coal, iron ore and
limestone within sight of the steel
plants of the city, fabrication of
plates for shipbuilding, their trans transportation
portation transportation down the river to a subsid-
iar yof Birmingham's steel industry
that builds great ocean liners, which
in turn carry the city's iron and steel
all over the world. No other city, it
is said here, equals this combination
of favorable circumstances.
Other episodes will depict the faith
of the pioneers in naming their vil
lage after the great English manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing reenter, their unshaken con confidence
fidence confidence after the crash of the first
great boom, the acquisition of the
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Co.
by the U. S. Steel Corporation at the
time of the 1907 panic through the
assistance of President Roosevelt, the
ten-year period starting with 1900 in
which the city grew from 38,000 to
132,000 and its transition since 1910
from a source of raw materials to a
manufactury of all kinds of finished
iron and steeL
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to take this means to
publicly express our appreciation to
our friends and acquaintances and to
the members of the American Legion
for their many kindnesses in the re recent
cent recent illness and at the funeral of our
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sherouse.
OPEN RANGE ASSOCLVnON
There will be a meeting of the
Marion County Open Range Associa Association
tion Association at Ocala Oct. 8th, at 3 p. m. All
members and interested parties
requested to be present.
I L. Home, President.
F. W. Bishop, Secretary.
The literary meeting of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Missionary Society was enter entertained
tained entertained at the home of Mrs. Walter
I Hood Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The book from "Survey to Service"
gives many helpful thoughts" on how
best to help the imigrants. At the
close of the leesson the hostess assist assisted
ed assisted by Mrs. DeWitt Griffin served light
refreshments. During the year the
club has had the pleasure of meeting
with Mrs. Todd, Mrs.'J. H. Therrell,
Mrs. George Martin, Mrs. A. T. Thorn
as, Mrs. G. C Barnett, Mrs. F. E.
Harris. All meetings were profitable
in lines of mission work.
We have the cloth for tough school
wear. FISHEL'S. tf
FALL 10 LIHEi
The Three Baltic Republics Join the
Ranks of the League of
Geneva, Sept. 22. Three additional
nations were admitted to the league
of nations today. They were Esthonia,
Let via and Lithuania.
At A. MiiWi mAlin rf f Vo Xforinn I
Ccunty Real Estate Exchange, held
in Ocala, Fla., on the 20th day of Sep September,
tember, September, 1921, the matter of closing
down the Oklawaha Valley railroad
being under discussion, the said Mar Marion
ion Marion County Real Estate Exchange ex expressed
pressed expressed itself as being strongly op opposed
posed opposed to the closing down or junking
of the said railroad and the said Mar Marion
ion Marion County Real Estate Exchange by
committee appointed for the purpose
did draft the following resolutions:
Whereas, there are a great number
of good Marion county citizens now
residing along the Oklawaha Valley
railroad who are without other means
of transportation either for freight or
Whereas, there is no hard surfaced
road serving the territory traversed
by the said Oklawaha Valley railroad,
and in the honest belief of the Marion
County Real Estate Exchange, both
for the above reasons and for the
reason that it would be disastrous to
the people living in the section men mentioned
tioned mentioned as well as a direct reversal of
all the best effort of the entire people
of Marion county in their fight for
highways and transportation for the
central part of Florida; and,
Whereas, the, dismantling of the
Oklawaha Valley railroad would de destroy
stroy destroy one of the transportation line3
contributing to the upbuilding of the
city of Ocala and of Marion county
and means the very life blood of those
settlers who were induced to locate in
this county along said railroad, with
the distinct understanding .that they
would be served by the operation of
said railroad; and,
Whereas, the Oklawaha Valley rail railroad
road railroad furnishes to Ocala a more direct
route and a closer haul to water
transportation "than any other line
and can be used by them to their
great advantage now, therefore be it
Resolved, That the Marion County
Real Estate Exchange is opposed to
the closing down of the Oklawaha
Valley railroad, either temporarily or
permanently, unless there be no way
to avoid same and we do earnestly pe petition
tition petition the comptroller of the state of
Florida that he adopt such plan as can
be made that will safeguard the in interest
terest interest of the taxpayers of the state of
Florida from loss of money due them
by the Oklawaha Valley railroad,
either by accepting from it partial
payment of the sum and a bond that
will guarantee the balance within a
reasonable time; or adopt any other
plan that in his wisdom seems best
that will continue the operation of the
Oklawaha Valley railroad into and
out of our county;
Resolved, that a copy of this reso resolution
lution resolution ha mailed to the comptroller of
the state of Florida, that the Marion
County Board of Trade and the trade
body of the city of Palatka be re requested
quested requested to draft similar resolutions
and that copies be furnished the press.
F. W. Ditto,
A. G. Griffin, Committee.
L. M. Murray President.
S. S. Savage Jr., Secretary.
LIBEL SUIT AGAINST
(Associated Press j
Tampa, Sept. 21. A. D. Futch, a
traveling salesman for a Jacksonville
concern, has filed suit for $30,000
damages against the publisher of the
Tampa Times. The Euit alleges he was
libeled in an article in a recent issue
of the Times which related to the
death of Miss Virginia Turner, of
PROPOSED BOND ISSUE
Inverness, Sept. 21- The city coun coun-cil
cil coun-cil has seletced October 25 as the
date for the election on a proposed
bond issue of $75,000 for the water
works and sewerage system. Only
owners of property within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits will be permited to vote
in the election. The bonds would ma mature
ture mature at the end of 25 years and would
bear 6!S per cent interest.
. Ee&J tie want is.
Judge Kesnesaw 3.L Landis and Other
Baseball Face Cards in Ses Ses-fcion
fcion Ses-fcion ia Chicago
vmcago, sept. zz. Judge Landia,
commissioner of baseball, met with
Presidents Heydler of the National
and Johnson of the American League
today to draw up a provisior-al sched schedule
ule schedule for the world's series. The series
probably will open October 4th. four
days after the close of the season, ac according
cording according to Judge Landis.
Lake Weir, Sept. 21. The death or
Mr. George Thompson in Ocala some
days ago cast a gloom over this en entire
tire entire neighborhood, where he resided
for several years before going to
Candler. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
had many warm friends here, among
the number the Jate Capt. Henry, who
often remarked "Mr. Thompson is one
of the noblest works of God, a truly
honest man." He was a good citizen
to have in the community and was
always ready to lend a hand in time cf
The friends cf Mr. George Crum
were grieved to hear of his sadden
death a few days ago in Maryland,
and extend heartfelt sympathy to
Mrs. Crum in this the darkest hour
perhaps of her whole life. Mr. Crum
had been, since Capt. Henry's death,
superintendent of the Sunday school
during this winter visits on the lake
for ten years and was greatly beloved
by the young people and little chil children,
dren, children, whom he particularly was in interested
terested interested in and who in return loved
him because of his beautiful Chris Christian
tian Christian character. He lightened the way
every day in the week with a cheery
word or some kind deed for their ben benefit.
efit. benefit. Mr. Crum brcught our good
citizens, Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Herr, to
the lake, where they bought property
and induced several ether families to
come to Florida from Maryland and
Pennsylvania. Among the number is
our regular winter visitor, Dr. D it it-mar,
mar, it-mar, whom we all delight to honor as
a noble minister of the gospel, and
being a close friend of Mr. Crum
made him doubly so when he told us
o Mr. Crum's class of fifty men ia
his home in Frederick, Md., Sunday
schooL Fifty fine, manly men, who
had so much confidence in their teach teacher
er teacher that they never missed a Sunday.
That alone is a tribute nobly earned
for his obituary without Tain words
which are always inadequate to ex express
press express the life of a truly good man.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Baker are the
proud parents cf little Mary Eleanor,
who arrived last week by the stork
airplane, which is sometimes seen by
the children early in the mornir.g
winging its way over the lake after a
visit to some home where a little
birdling has been eagerly received
and tenderly cared for.
Mr. Barney Spencer and family cf
Ocala, spent Sunday at the camp
ground near Sandy Hook and were
visiting old neighbors and friends
Mr. Thomas Russell has sold his
stock or merchandise on North Lake
Weir to a Mr. Stone of Sanford, and
with his family is now occupying the
Spencer cottage near Lake Weir sta station.
tion. station. Mrs. R. L. Martin will return home
this evening after a visit cf several
weeks spent with her daughter, Mrs.
II. B. Potter, in Jacksonville.
Miss Annie S telle ton cf Lynse, has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Downing and while here took a motor
trip with them to the East Coast for
a" few days, after which she returned
home in time for school opening lat
Mis3 Zell Martin entered the Oc2.li
high school last Monday and 2.11:3
Elsie Smith the high school at Eusti3.
Marion Baker has entered the high
school at St. Petersburg, where Ms
mother will take his sisters and
brothers also to enter theia'ia their
old home school, where they resided
before coming here.
There seems to be great activity ta
clearing the muck land for gardening
which Mr. N. W. Harison has ditched
and drained in the past years. Soma
hundreds of acres cf rich land which
will make one of the best garden sp-cts
of Florida as it comes under cultiva
Rev. Boatwright will condact serv services
ices services at the Baptist church Sunday
morning and evenirg.
Two used work drive Ford trucks.
See me quick. Mack Taylor, jacn?
34S, Ocala, Fla.
This is a Studsbaksr jtzr.
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If Miami isn't exactly right, shin shining
ing shining pretty and p roper, it's no fault
of the Metropolis of that city.-Sister
Met. surely does lecture the Miamians
Under government ownership, the
best jobs always &o to the slick talk talkers,
ers, talkers, and a slick talker is always an
Everybody who' can go to Orlando,
Oct. 8, to the-good roads meeting in
that city, should go. Road No.
means more to the state that another
trunk line railroad.
- Mr. W. M. Pepper of the Gainesville
Sun, a hard worker for good roads
was at the meeting Tuesday night,
and sent out fine reports of the meet
ins not only to his own paper but
Ocala's high school opened auspic
iousl v Monday morning. It had ; 168
pupils, twenty more than last year.
Miss SheDDard.' her assistants and
pupils are all bright as new dollars
and are going? to make a record this
year.5 The grammar school opens
LATE BUT NOT TOO RIPE
Mayor Anderson has received the
ollowing letter, which is too late for
the bie meeting, but not too late to
eave a pleasant taste in the mind:
Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr., Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: Your letter addressed to
the chairman of the board of trade
and mayor has been received. Please
be advised that the citizens of Fort
Myers and Arcadia have organized a
eague to work for the construction
and completion of road No. 2. This
eague has a large membership com
posed of the business men of DeSoto,
Charlotte and Lee counties. It is the
intention of the organizers of the
eague to bear every pressure pos
sible on : the Florida state road de
partment to work continuously on this
highway until it is completed.
I am not in position at this time to
say how' large our delegation will b
at ucaia on tne zutn, dui xeei saie in
saying we will be represented. At
least you may be sure subsequent
meetings of the state road department
will have to contend with the delega
tion from this league. Assuring you
that we are with you heart and soul,
am, Yours very truly, '-
J. H. Coffee, Secretary.
Arcadia, Fla., Sept. 20, 1921
RIGHT KIND OF CITIZEN
Tavares, Fla., Sept
Editor Star: Last evening Mr.
Williams and myself with pur wives
were walking about your streets
looking for a moving picture show
where the ladies could spend the eve
ning while we attended the road3
We had walked a considerable dis
tance out on' the street leading to
Gainesville and were turning back,
debating which way we should next
A man approached us with hat in
hand. He wore overalls, dirty and
greasy, his face was covered with the
grime of his work.
"May I be of any assistance to you
in directing you to where you desire
to go?" he politely inquired.
We told him of our quest. He gave
explicit directions where the picture
house was located, tipped his hat and
went on his way.
There is a real citizen for
There is material for your commer commercial
cial commercial body! There is a man who appre appreciates
ciates appreciates that service is the big work in
I hope he reads this letter of ap appreciation
preciation appreciation and you enlist him in civic
work in Ocala.
Respectfully, W. B. Powell.
Free Delivery, service
7 N. Magnolia St.
Staple and Fancy
Seme of cur every
Octogsn Soap, large
Fresh Sweet MilE
Light House W ashing
6 tor 2Se
We also carry a good
line of Kingans Snfoked
Honest goods at honest
prices. Live and let live
ft 32S nji
al sT- WW arte
Fatty Arbuckle's wife, going as she
thinks, to his rescue, is a fine speci specimen
men specimen of a devoted woman. She is also
o full-grown specimen of a fool. It is
more than ; likely that Fatty really
do'esnt' want her around, and if he
submits to her presence it is only be because
cause because he is 'afraid of the heavy addition-
to public indignation that would
be piled on him if he rejected her help.
. We'll bet a milkshake that very few
of the lawyers who criticise Judge
Landis for accepting the position of
national baseball umpire would re refuse
fuse refuse the position if it was tendered to
one of them. Judge Landis may be
more proud of his umpireship than of
his judgeship. The former was be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon him by the confidence of
the people, while the office of federal
"judge often goesJ:o a man thru polit political
ical political favor.
A business man of Ocala with offi
ces on West Fort King avenue has
been compelled to paint the lower
half of his office windows a dark
green in order that his corps of good
looking and popular young ladies will
not be so continuously interrupted by
having to stop and smile and speak to
their many admirers. He finds that
the remedy worksvery well until some
special auto horn blows when the
painted windows cause more lost time
for the force as it has to stop and
stand up to wave at these particular
WARNING TO FARMERS
HIGH GRADE PAINT
& Co. I
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.Box 310 Ocala. Fla.
The Chaut2uqua day be begins
gins begins at nine o'clock for
girls and boys.
From nine to ten the big
Junior Community meet meeting
ing meeting with the Mayor in
From ten to eleven-thirty
game3 and stunts.
Every afternoon "story "story-He
He "story-He ur."
A Pageant "The
of the Jollity."
for all "on deck."
Big "P-Raid" qn opening
night- Everybody get
, in it. Have your cos costume
tume costume ready.
Fun every minute!
Read the program for de details
tails details of all the big
And tickets are selling
at prices so low
That every boy and girl in
town can go
To Junior Chautauqua
best days of the year.
Hurry up Save your Pen Pennies.
nies. Pennies. Good times are
Everything in the line of house f fir
nishings may be found here. New fur-'
niture exchanged for old if desires.
Thecs Brothers. Phone 19 23-lm
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Era balm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
This is a Studebaker year.
The board of .commissioners of state
institutions has given to George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and Company, architects, of
Ocala, the contract to draw plans and
specifications for the new dining hall
at the industrial school. MacKay and
Company are among the most reliable
architects in Florida, yet this is the
first time the state administration
has given; them a contract to draw
plans for an Ocala building, which is
another strong proof of improvement
in public affairs at Tallahassee.
The committee in charge of raising
funds for this year's community
Chautauqua will meet tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at five o'clock, at the board of
trade room. All those who have prom promised
ised promised to help meet the expenses of the
Chautauqua should be present. The
' Chautauqua's first performance here
is booked for Sept. 28 (next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening) and the committee and
the people who have promised to back
it, must either sell the requisite num number
ber number of tickets or make good the
amount pledged. The Chautauqua will
give a series of excellent entertain entertainments,
ments, entertainments, and our town will look rather
small in the intellectual world if it
does not give it proper support.
An unusually brave man is Harry
Lehrman of New York, who once
claimed as his sweetheart Virginia
Rappe, the victiim of California's
movie saturnalia and Fatty Ar Arbuckle's
buckle's Arbuckle's drunken lust. Lehrman is no
1 fool." He knew to what depths the girl
nad iaiien. tie would have been en entirely
tirely entirely right if he had denied even
knowing her. But when her befouled
and-desecrated body was turned over
tothe undertaker,; he proclaimed his
belief in her innate good, and at her
funeral covered her casket with flow flowers.
ers. flowers. No matter what he may do, al always
ways always in the secret recess of his soul
there will be an altar with a pure
white flame burning upon it to the
memory of a girl who died the vic victim
tim victim of men and women as vile as those
who filled the courts of Nero and
Caligula. There are few such men as
Harry Lehrman and even the good
rrenssn generally flout them.
During the past fiscal year there
have been fewer outbreaks of cholera
reported in the state of Florida than
in any previous year, which is very
gratifying to those who are fighting
this much dreaded disease. (United
States department of animal industry
co-operating with state live stock
sanitary board). This fact appears to
be the cause for many swine raising
communities to consider the disease
There is grave danger of this atti attitude
tude attitude resulting in a general outbreak
of cholera, causing great losses to
our live stock industry, and adversly
affecting ; the good work already ac
complished by the bureau of animal
industry and the state live stock sani sanitary
tary sanitary board and others.
At no time has serum and virus
which is used for immunizing hogs
against cholera, been lower in price.
There is a federal veterinarian or
an assistant state veterinarian in your
territory, who will be glad to come to
your assistance; his services are free.
There have been several eases of
cholera reported in different parts of
the state in the past few weeks, so it
behooves every hog raiser to be on
his guard and have his hogs immuniz immunized
ed immunized before cholera gains entrance to
i t D ..71
he ngtt -ivam will
io other cai
So select and use
cream your skin
Sept. 23 and 24
Pretty patterns light and
and dark ENSIGN PER PER-CALES,
CALES, PER-CALES, worth 30c yard.
Special for Thursday and
all day Friday, at yard
Lettuce Cream, for cleansing j
Tissue Cream, for rough, dry
kin; Astringent Cream, for
oily skin; Acne Cream, for
blackheads; Motor Cream, for
protection; Foundation Cream
before powder; Erasetor, for
MILADY BE AUTY PARLOR
112 Ft. King Ave.
The Fashion Center
7" j 4e ;,li-(" HE 6 "'?Mfe -
m ccaii's market Ci Qmzmi
Everything To Eat
' MFATS ANTl r.PfirFtfWQ WHITS AKH VMPTAPJ
Rccm 9, Gary Block
Baseball season is closed
Telephone No. 243
For Fall PlsnUn
We are Receiving New
Crop Seeds Daily
G. C GREENE
ADAMS & M0RRIS0W GAHAGE
Repair Worlc, Accessories,, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Morida
NEEDHAfil MOTOR CO.
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
SEE m FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Horfe is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
"The Stucco Man" Fhone 526
U17H0TE STAD LOW
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issoed on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
LC'.'G DISTANCE UOVKG :
5IOVJJ, PACK, SHIP
Two used work drive Ford trucks.
See me quick. Mack Taylor, phone
348, Ocala, Fla. 17-6t
' Read the want ads.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 60 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
2G0, S10 N. Main street 27-tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
One East of Square, One West ol Square
WHITTINGTON & PHILLIPS. Ocala, Florida
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Have You Tried the
If not there is a treat in store for you. You don't
have to wait for special days as everyday is a bargain
day here, read the list below and surely you can see a
saving of a few pennies, if so, come around and let's
get acquainted. Learn to
Shop With a Basket the U-Sewe Way
Mr. Camp on the West Side of the Square and Mr. Edwards on the East
will take pleasure in showing you the sections where each article is carried,
and on your next trip you are completely at home.
Kingans Sliced Bacon, per
Kingans Reliable Hams, 8 to 10 lbs.
average.... ---- ----
Irish Potatoes, per
Cloverbloom Butter, per
Maxwell House Coffee, per
pound . --
White House Coffee, per
Be sure and look at our Beechnut line, we have a complete stock, and you
all know the quality.
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DCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1921
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Downstairs, me doctor sat on. cmnit cmnit-ing.
ing. cmnit-ing. and his face was ;:rave. He was
thinking of little Cherry's good night
Vlss. half an hour ago. She had rested
against his arm. r-'id lie had held her
there, but what In -1 been the thoughts
behind the bine icy so near his own?
He realized with a great rush of fear
that some man !-; i kissed Cherry to
night, had held h" against a tobacco tobacco-scented
scented tobacco-scented coat, and hat the girl was a
woman, and an v akened woman at
that Cherry ki-d a man! Her fa father's
ther's father's hart wln"d away from the
Young Lloyd tm.i Peter had walked
tmme with her. Vt If Anne was. right
?n her maidenly spiclons of Lloyd's
fntentions. then it nust have be-n Pe-
t-r who sun""!"''' 'ittle Cherry with a
And as he cant to his conclusions
: certain reieT rept into tin old
man's heart. I V. r was an : odd fel fellow;
low; fellow; he was ten ars too old for the
i-bHd; Hut iv-ter v :ts a lover of books
tind gardens and v. "ods and music, aft aft-rr
rr aft-rr all, and ivtr- father and this old
man musing by th 'ire had been "Ia'p"
v.nd ''I'ltul' to e;:li other since boy boy-hood.
hood. boy-hood. Peter tnlght givi Cher ry a kiss
lqrw-?itfv !'-' hrjiTbt" In alv
All work d l e by experts
and every jb guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
I'ho-.c 597 ...
5 : 4 : '.vv.:. :' liil
size ladies in every garment
worn by them.
Before going elsewhere, or ordering from cata7
logs, see Gadson's extra size One-Piece Dresses, Goat
Suits and Long Coats.
The prices are right, the styles are up to date,
and the material of the latest weave.
mi ? l :" if ',r,aBii Af
iU "Wis" '-;? j
- :. 'Is
Come to Gadson's where you will find specialties for
.aw. t'rtPr woi:i.T 'wait for her. would
he all. con5id?njtion and tendrnes
vher. he did win bvr.
" Chewy. he rellected fearfully, was
s pretty as' hei mother had bpen at
ighteen, with tht sjime rounded chin
;nd aprjcot cheeks, and the Fame
hadowed innocent;, hhie eyes with a
:1m of corn-colored, hair blown across
hem. She ftfid the strange, the Inde
inable qnality that .without words nl-
jiost without tr'anoes. draws yonth
"ward youth, draws .admiration nnd
assion. draws life and all its pain
Her father for the first time tonight
nrsi Time im:jui
heart the thought
r submission and j
roirmi'ateff in his
hat she might he h
he know or Jit? 01 ,: suniutsstoii ana j
(ourasre ana sner'nee? it wouic oe
ccfirs. many yexrs. before the snowy
"ills, and the pule gold head, and the
irm. brown !ift't h:;nd wonld be ready
for that :
Not many hours, utter he went slow slow-iy
iy slow-iy up to bed luoifciiig began to creep
nto the little valley. Alls, at her
early bath, hsard qaaii calling, and
looked out to see the last of the fog
vanishing at eight o'clock, and to get
1 wet rush of fragrance from the Per Persian
sian Persian lilac-blooming 'this year for the
lirst time. At half-past eight she came
.iut Inta the.trnr:!'-!; !o l et; fi.ther
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in -Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear. nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
York, and Has a
HILE PURCHASING FOR
his customers he gave
special thought of the extra
In every color and style, to
please the old and young.
For Men Women
srfmewnai rueruiry stuaymg tne tom tom-h'ed
h'ed tom-h'ed rain of be yellow bsnksia rose
The garden was still wet, bat warm warming
ing warming fast; st.e picked a plume of dark
.-nd perfumed lieJIotrope. and began to
fasten It Jn his coat lapel while she
'We'll never get that back on th th-i.f.
i.f. th-i.f. my dear boy. Alix said matt-r-nally.
Her father pursed h!s Hps, shook
As head doubtfully. The rose, a short
veek aeo. had oeen spreading fanlike
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k v w
..yiVNixl.V' ET) M
isllo, Old Bumpy.doodlest" Said
Mix, Burying Both Hand$ in Hia
ranches well toward the rtdge-pole. a
.tory and a half above their heads
?ut the great wind of yestereve that
ad ended the spring and brought In
he summer bad dragged it from its
lace and flnug it. a Jumble of emerald
aves and sweet clusters of frejim:
'.ssoms. across the path anl the
v of hA oorch. Alls tentatively
tugged at a looe spray, and stood
biting her thumb.
Her attention was distracted by the
setter .nui.'ty. who '-ame clunisilv cfm-
: 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.
Full Line of
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3 'ft 4 '"Q
4. VJLA V.
the STOUT PEOPLE.
m m afl it
1 : 1
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
boling toward 'tier. "Hello, oto ituaif ituaif-doodles!'
doodles!' ituaif-doodles!' slie said with rich aHec aHec-tloo.
tloo. aHec-tloo. kissing the dog3 silky head, and
burying both hands in his feathered
collar. -Hello, old Buckl"
"Alexandra, for heaven's sake stop
handling that brute f said Peter
Joyce disgustedly, coming up the path.
I dare say you're not had your break breakfast,
fast, breakfast, either. Go wash your hands 1
Horning, Doctor I
Father and daughter turned to smile
upon him, a tall, lean man, with a
young face and finely groomed head,
nd with touches of premature silver
at his temples.
He was a bachelor. Just eatering
his thirties, a fastidious, critical, ex exacting
acting exacting man by reputation, but showing
his best side to the Strlcklands. They
had a vague Idea that he was rich, ac according
cording according to their modest standard, but
he apparently had no extravagant
tastes, and lived as quietly, or more
quietly, than they did. He liked soli solitude,
tude, solitude, books, music, dogs, and his fire fireside.
side. fireside. The old doctor's one social en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment was In visiting Peter, and
the younger man went to no other
place so steadily as be came to the
old house under the redwoods.
"Morning, Peter I" said Doctor
Strickland now, smiling at him.
"Have you had yours?"
"My house," said Mr. Joyce, fastid fastidiously,
iously, fastidiously, "is a well-managed place. Say,
he added, pursing his lips to whistle,
as be looked at the rose tree, "did
Tuesday's wind do that?"
"Tuesday's wind and Dad," Altx
answered. "Will it go back, Peter?"
"I I don't know!" he mused,
walking slowly about the wreck. "If
we had a lever down here, and some
fellow on the roof with a rope, may maybe."
be." maybe." "Mr. Lloyd is coming over!" AlLx
announced. Peter nodded absently,
but the mention of Martin Lloyd re
minded him that they had all dined
at his house on the very evening when
the mysterious gale' had commenced.
and with Interest he asked:
"Cherry catch cold coming home
"No; she squeezed In between Dad
and me. and was as warm as toast!"
AHx answered casually. "How'd yoa
like Mr. Lloyd?" she added
"Nice fellow!" Peter answered.
"He's awfully nice," Altx agreed.
"Who is he?" Peter asked curiously.
"Where are his people and all that?"
"His people live in Portland," the
girl answered. "He's a mining en
glneer, and he's waiting now to be
called to El Nido; he's to be at a mine
there. He's lots of fun when you
know him,, really !"
"Talking of the new Prince Charm Charming,
ing, Charming, of course," Anne said. Joining
them, and Unking an arm In her un uncle's
cle's uncle's and In Alix's arm. "Don't bring
that puppy In, Alix, please! Break Breakfast,
fast, Breakfast, Uncle Lee. Come and have an another
other another cup of coffee, Peter!"
"Prince Charming, eh?" Peter
echoed thoughtfully, as they all
turned toward a delicious drift of the
odor of bacon and coffee, and crossed
the porch to the dining room. "I was
going down for the mail, but now I'll
have to stay and see this rose matter
through! Thanks. Anne, but Til
watch you. Where's Cherry?" he
added, glancing about.
Cherry answered the question her herself
self herself by trailing in in a Japanese wrap wrapper,
per, wrapper, and beginning to drink her coffee
with bare, slender arms resting n the
table. Nobody protested, the adored
roungest was usually given her way.
"I heard you all laughing, under
the window and It woke me up!"
Cherry said dreamily.
. "It seems to me," Anne, who had
been eyeing her uneasily, said lightly,
"that some one I know Is getting pret pretty
ty pretty old to come downstairs In that rig
when strangers are herel"
"It seems to me this Is Just as de decent
cent decent as lots of things bathing suits,
for instance !" Cherry returned In Instantly,
stantly, Instantly, gathering the robe about her.
and giving Anne a resentful glance
aver her blue cup.
"1 have a rope somewhere the
ioctor tuminated. "Where did I put
"that long rope what did I have It
for, in the first place
"Tou had It to guy the apple tree,"
Allx reminded him. "The tree that
died after all
"Ah, yes!" said her father, his at
tentive face brightening. "Ah, yes!
Now where Is that rope?" But even
as Alix observed -that she had seen It
somewhere, and advanced a tentative
guess as to the 'ellar, his eyes fell
upon Cherry, and went from Cherry's
absorbed face for she was dreaming
over her breakfast to Peter, and he
wondered If Peter had kissed her.
"Come on, let's get at it!" Altx ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed with relish. "Come on.
Sweetums." she added, to the dog.
She s caught his forepaws, and he
whipped his beautiful tall between
his legs, and looked about with agon agonized
ized agonized eyes while she dragged him
through a clumsy dance. "He's the
darlingest pup we ever bad!" Alix
stated to Cherry, who was departing
for the upper regions and a complete
"Bring your cigarette out here, Pe Peter."
ter." Peter." the old doctor said, crossing the
garden to look In the abandoned
greenhouse for his rope. "It's not
here." he stated. Then be began
again. "You brought Cherry home last
night?" he asked.
"As a matter of fact, I didn't." Pe Peter
ter Peter answered. In his quick, precise
tones. "I came with Lloyd and Cherry
as far as the bridge, then I cut np the
hill. Why?" he added sharply.
"Nothing's up," Doctor Strickland
said slowly. "But I think Lloyd ad ad-mlres
mlres ad-mlres or is beginning to admire
her." he sain.
"Who Cherry r Teter exclaimed,
with distaste and incredulity in his
"Too don't think so?" the doctor,
looking at him wistfully, asked eag eagerly.
erly. eagerly. "Why, certainly not!" Peter said,
his face very red. "She's much
younger than Anne and Allx
"It doesn't always go by that," the
"No, I know It doesn't," Peter an answered
swered answered In his quick, annoyed fashion.
"I should be sorry," Cherry's father
"Sorry!" Peter echoed Impatiently.
"But It's quite out of the question, of
course! It's quite out ot the ques question.
tion. question. She she wouldn't consider him
for an Instant," he suddenly decided
in great satisfaction, "You mustn't
forget that has something to 00 t
with ttl Very fastidious. Cherry.
She's not like other girls I"
"Thats true that's truer Doctor
Strickland agreed, is great relief.
They turned back toward the garden,
in time to meet Allx and several dogs
streaming across the clearing. Over
the girl's shoulder was colled the
great rope; she leaped various logs
and small bushes as she came, and
the dogs barked madly and leaped
with her. Breathless, she stumbled
and fell Into her father's arms, and
both men had the same thoughts, one
that made them smile upon her torn torn-boyishness
boyishness torn-boyishness Indulgently: "If this is
twenty-one eighteen Is three long
years younger and less responsible V
Immediately they gathered by the
fallen rose vine, all talking and dis disputing
puting disputing at once. A light rope was tied ;
an experimental tug broke it like a
string, tumbling Alix violently in a
sitting position, and precipitating her
father into a loamy bed. Anne, who
was bargaining with a Chinese fruit
vendor frankly Interested in their un undertaking,
dertaking, undertaking, bad called that she would
help them in a second, when behind
Allx, whe was still sitting on the
ground, another voice offered help.
A young man bad come Into the
doctor's garden; work was stopped
for a few minutes while they wel welcomed
comed welcomed Martin Lloyd.
He was tall and fair, broad, but
with not an ounce of extra weight,
with brown eyes always laughing, and
a ready friendliness always In evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Anne's heart gave a throb of
approval as she studied himj Alix
flushed furiously, scowled a certain
boyish approval ; Cherry had not come
"Can you help us?" The doctor
echoed his question doubtfully. "I
don't know that It can be done!" he
"What's that you're eating an apri apricot?"
cot?" apricot?" Martin said to Anne, In his
laughing way. "I was going to saj
that If it was a peach, you are a can cannibal
nibal cannibal 1"
"Oh, help!" Alix ejaculated, with a
look of elaborate scorn.
"No, but where were you last
night?" Martin added In a lower tone
when he and Anne could speak unno unnoticed.
ticed. unnoticed. The happy color flooded her
"I have to take care of my family
sometimes!" she reminded him de demurely.
murely. demurely. "Wasnt Cherry a good substi substitute?"
"Cherry's adorable!" he agreed.
"Isn't she sweet?" Anne asked en enthusiastically.
thusiastically. enthusiastically. "She's Sy a little girl,
really, but she's a little girl who Is
going to hava a lot of attention some
dayl" she added. In her most matron matron-1t
1t matron-1t manner
SPECIAL at tUe Ft. King Confec Confectionery,
tionery, Confectionery, Tokay grapes 20c. Ib ; nothing
less than a pound., Also grapefruit,
pears, peaches, apples, bananas, cycle
pears, lemons, limes, .beets, beans,
Phone 596. 21-2t
On account of advancing prices on
all cotton goods we cannot guarantee
our present low prices longer than
15 days. FISHEL'S. tf
Get your money back if you are not satisfied.
That's the basis on which we are offering to sell The
Black Shells to all sportsmen.
Shoot a trial box of shells in the field or at the
traps.' If you don't like them, bring back the unused
part of the box, and we will refund to you instantly, in
cash, without any question, the price of the entire box.
Have you ever had or heard of a fairer offer than
this money-back guarantee? Get a trial box cf The
Black Shells. You won't bring them back.
UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New York, Manufacturer
NOTICE, MULE STRAYED
One bay mare mule, 16 hands, about
18 years old. Here since S?pt. 10th.
Owner to pay for advertising and
f?ed. S. R. Pyles, five miles south of
KRYSO Sore head remedy for chick chickens
ens chickens and other poultry, fifty cents by
mail or dealer will get it for you.
Address KRYSO, Box 1163, Tampa,
HOME FOR SALE Of seven rooms,
bath and pantry; in good location;
all modern improvement'; double
garage. Terms if desired. Will
sell furnished or unfurnished. Must
be sold at once as owner is leaving
the city. Phone 441, or address,
"House," P. O. Box 149, Ocala. tf
FOR SALF Good, nearly new incu incubator,
bator, incubator, a few- thoroughbred cock cockerels
erels cockerels and pullets. Come and see
them soon. J. E. Frampton, 1109
E. Fifth street, Ocala, Fla. Phone
501. 16-t ;
FOR RENT Lower apartment, fur-!
nished; all conveniences. No. 1129
Fort King Ave. 21-tf 1
SERVICE I can give you service in
any way in the moving, transfer or j
long distance hauling line. Prompt ;
service. Phone 434. L. E. Cor-i
HAULING For economy's sake .let'
me do your hauling. Every job is
given my personal attention. Bax Baxter
ter Baxter Transfer Co, by II. B. Bax Baxter,
ter, Baxter, tf
WANTED A boy 18 to 20 years old,
to work in the undertaking busi business.
ness. business. Apply Sam R. Pyles & Com Company
pany Company 19-tf
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR,
Excellent ground floor desk room
in large, well lighted office, $2 per
week. Very desirable location. All
conveniences. Address, Desk Room,
care of Star. 20-t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone 383, Mrs.
O. T. Green, 605 Oklawaha Ave! 6t
OFFICE FURNITURE FOR SALE
Large safe, large oak directors'
table, wall clock, filing cabinet,
check perforator, electric fan, ceil ceiling
ing ceiling lamp, gas heater, Congoleum
hug 9x12. Apply room 8 Merch
ants block. D. S. Woodrow. 19-6t
FOR RENT Three furnished room3,
Apply at 607 Fort King avenue.
Phone 221. 19-6t
run K&xsi lwo lurnished room3
for light housekeeping; also would
like to rent two rooms to traveling
tnen. Apply to Mrs. Reginald
Ragsdale, phone 530; 24 Ray St. 6t
'Smokele and Black Powder
WANTED "Work by young man, Z2,
married. Can handle gang, run
farm, know live stock, or -would go
in ofSce or store and work up. Can
give references. Address, Work,
care Star. 20-Ct
FOR SALE One ofSce safe. Will
sell cheap. See Mack Taylor, phone
FOR SALE SO acres of fine water watermelon
melon watermelon land on S. A. L spur near
Summer-field. Call or write ilax.
Fishel, Ocala, Fla. 0-10t
WANTED Few colored saw mill
hands, also white laborers for Vs'crk
in crate factory. Arlo Box Com Company,
pany, Company, Oak Fla, 21-et
Return from post grad-
,0 .-p) L
." -.iO uate
course Oct. 1st.
i-axest metnoas, complete
very best service.
DR. K. J. WE I HE,
Optometrist and Optician
The stock of groceries, store
fixtures, auto truck and store
accounts of J. J. Jirash will be
offered for sale at store room
formerly occupied by Jirash
Grocery Company at corner of
Main street and Ft. King Ave,
in Ocala, Florida, on Saturday,
September 24th, 1921. at 10
o'clock a. m. Trustee reserves
right to reject any and all bids,
and to sell said assets separ separately
ately separately or in bulk. All sales sub subject
ject subject to confirmation of court.
Elmer DeCaap, Trustee
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
Ifce following schedule hgnres pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Tampa-
ilanatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pa
2:55 am N'York-St. T'etrsfcrg 1:35 ala
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE It. S.
i:27am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jkaonville-Gainsvilie 3:24 pra
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3 :24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-WilcuX
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkvland ll:C3pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Lees burg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday Saturday.
We guarantee the
just as we guarantee
The Black Shells.
We know these car cartridges
tridges cartridges are right.
They have won more
orEcial tests than all
other makes com combined.
bined. combined. We partic particularly
ularly particularly recommend
the U.S. 22N.R.A.
Long Rifie Lesmok
Cartridge. It h un unequalled
equalled unequalled at any dis distance
tance distance from 50 to 250
yards, and costs no
more than others.
PcJloL. La. .
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1921
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FRIDAY, Sept. 23rd
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. Trusten P. Drake and family
have returned from a pleasant sum summer
mer summer vacation in Vermont.
Come, hear Rachimanim.iT play
Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodie No. 2 i
and see the new MILLINERY at i
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FRIDAY, Sept. 23 rd
Mr. R. W. Blacklock is a visitor in
the city. Mr. Blacklock is the state
organizer of the boys' corn ; and pig
clubs and has been doing some work
in that line east of the river, Mr.
Blacklock came down Tuesday with
the good roads delegation from
Gainesville and will return tomorrow.
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Norris' candy. Fresh shipment justi
in. The candy that sells on its merits.
Court Pharmacy. 14-5t
Judge Futch reach! his office this
raorning just in time to join in the
happy bonds of wedlock Johnathan
Lewis and Carrie Little, colored.
Complete assortment of the genu
ine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain i
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Mr, Harry Edwards of Crystal i
River, is a visitor in Ocala today.
Test our delivery service when yov
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
SPECIAL at the Ft. King Confec
tionery, Tokay grapes 20c. lt; nothing
less than a pound. Also grapefruit,
pears, peaches, apples, bam.nas, cycle i
pears, lemons, limes, beets, beans.
Phone 596. 21-2t
Mrs. C. W. Morenien was chairman
of the Woman's Auxiliary committee,
which served the Rotary Club this
week with its luncheon. Assisting
her were Mrs. Dumas, Mrs. Murphy
"and Miss Burford, and Misses Callie
Gissendaner, Sara Dehon and Eloisej
Henrv and Mrs. R L. Anderson Jr.
were the charming young lady wait wait-era.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
For fresh meat call phom 103. Main I
Street Market. tf
Mr. Carl Ray has sold to Mr. J. H.
Hanbury his one-third interest in the
Hanbury Lumber Company, Mr. Han- j
bury being already a member of the
firm. Mr. Ray gives his hearty good
will to the company and commends it
to his. friends.
FUNERAL OF MR LANG
The funeral services of Mr. Louis j
Lang at Anthony yesterday afternoon
were lareelv attended. Rev. C. W.
White of Ocala, aided by Rev. A. M.
Mann of Anthony conducted the serv services.
ices. services. v ;" " ; '--"
Louis Lang, who had been a citizen
of Marion county for about twenty
years, came with the family of his
father. Gen. Felder Lang, from Charl
ton county, Georgia. He was with his
father in the turpentine business for
awhile, and after that a member of
the firm of Knight & Lang. Some
fifteen years ago lie married Miss Sue
Milligan of Anthony. Born to them
were Felder, the son, now about thir thirteen
teen thirteen years old, Lucile about eleven,
and Grace about five this little girl
being only a baby whet? her mother
Deep regret isf elt for the death of
Louis Lang wherever he was known.
Ilewas a man of trreat kindness of
heart and faith" to his friendships.
The Star joins his other friends in
sorrow for his death.
ATTENTION, R. A. MASONS
Regular meeting September 24th,
7:30 p. m. Work and eats. :
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
"Thief "Swallows $600 Diamond
Ring," says a headline. Another dia diamond
mond diamond in the rough. -NewYork Amer-
Let us exchange youi old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Thesis Brother?
Phone 19. ; 23-lm
Why is it always put -forward as
"women's wearing apparel?" Is there
some other kind of apparel? Kansas
Mother your salvation. Wonder
Hose for the "Kiddies. FISHEL'S. tf
Senator LaFollette, if he is around
when the millennium comes, will prob probably
ably probably make a minority report. Toledo
The first practical step of the
Washington conference should be to
disarm the nations that come with
axes to grind. St Paul Dispatch. ;
We don't know whether the experts
are'right or not about the ruinous re results
sults results of another war, but we don't be believe
lieve believe we could srarvive another armis-tic-s.
Columbia,, S. C. Record.
WE WILL PLACE on Sale 66
We have sold many of these complete sets in Ocala and vicinity in the last few months. This means that rrany homes have brighter kitchens, find thir cooking easier and more
economical. "Quality" Brand Aluminum Cooking Utensile have greater durability than any other Aluminum Ware. They have exclusive advantages and possess many new features and
patented ideas found is no other cooking citensils. The workmanship and basic materials, the lasting quality, the artistic designs and their all-around uses will please you and satisfy.
1 III M M III III'
s" w vjTi 'I'l iv win i m it
here for this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley and Misses
Lillian and Bernice Russell of Ocala,
were in Anthony Thursday.
A number of young people gave
Miss Beulah Morrison a surprise
party Friday evening of last week.
Music and games wtre enjoyed thru thru-out
out thru-out the evening.
Mr. Franklin Tall on left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for his home in DeLand, after a
pleasant visit with !his grandmother,
Anthony, Sept. 21. Mrs. W. II.
Webb and son, Roba of Oakland, were
greeting friends in Anthony Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mrs. B. K. Padgett spent a few
days in Jacksonville last week.
Leonard and Albert Shri
ne r, of Mayo, arrived in Anthony last
week to join their father, Prof. C. H.
i Shriner, who is pi incipal of the school
THIS EXTRA SPSCI4L PRICE
SET OF 14 PIECES
Come inTell Us
Pa Us For This Beautiful Set SI a Week
AND IT IS YOURS
Just see what you get. All of the following pieces of "Quality" Brand
Aluminum Wave (guaranteed for twenty years)
One 5 quart Tea Kettle.
One 7 Cup Percolator.
One 3 quart Berlin Sauce Pan.
One 6 quart Preserving Kettle.
One 1 quart Sauce Pan.
"Knfp- This Outfit convicts of a brere 6
tfjart Pudding Pan and a two quartColander or Strainer. By combining
trcse three utensils you will have a splendid Double Boiler, a Pot Roaster,
a Steam Cooker or a covered Cassercie and many other difFerent combina combinations
tions combinations can be made. Every set guaranteed for 20 years.
A Factory Representative Will
Be Here to Assist Yea.
Mrs. J. H. Talton.
Mr. Byron McKinnon of Eastman,
Ga., arrived in Anthony Saturday and
is visiting his aunt, Mrs. A. B. Moore.
Mr. Clarence Priest, who has
charge of the Shady school, spent the
week-end at home.
Mrs. M. E- Howell has had her
hous paitned, which is a great im improvement.
Mrs. J. H. Harvey is again very
sick. Mrs. Florence Gordon of Jack
Y799 'RAND ALUMINUM
895 Pure, tlic
0 GO AT
quart Sauce Pan.
2 quart Sauce Pan.
set: Carving Knift, Butcher
"Pride of the Kitchen" Outfit.
quart Kettle and cover, a two
Vaaf tT, f M
sonville, came Sunday morning to be
with her mother during her illness.
Mis3 Annie Forbes, who is attend attending
ing attending school in Knoblock, spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young came
Mrs. Bell Hmson of Alamo, Ga., is
visiting Messrs. J. L. and L. J. Man Manning
ning Manning and families. ''".-.
Mr. Clarence Harrison, assistant
principal of the school, has been cplte
ill and was taken to the Ocala hospi hospital
tal hospital Saturday. Mrs. II. S. Weessoa cf
Ocala, is teaching in Mr. Harrbcn's
place during his absence.-
Mrs. Will Grocott, wha.was riht
sick last week, is about well again."
Sunday from North Florida and are
visiting Mrs. Young's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Pasteur Sr. They
expect to leave Saturday for Arcadia.
Messrs. James and Holly Milligan
and families have moved to Anthony
"Quality" Eiand Uihj!s are gua gua-ar.teeu
ar.teeu gua-ar.teeu for twenty years. Women are
r ou.l io have them in their kitchens.
Tnese utensils are in keeping with
tnc finest heme furnishings and make
better cooking possible. Will with withstand
stand withstand hardest usage and last a life lifetime.
time. lifetime. Economy
"Quality" Brand Utensils are last last-irg.
irg. last-irg. They are far cheaper in :the
long run than other utensils. Their
ei:during service makes unnecessary
the constant buying of new utensils.
They save you time, fuel and money.
"Quality" Brand Utensils are made
of one piece, thick, hard rolled sheet
Aluminum. They are seamless, no
solder used, no crevices or folds for
p.irticle3 of -stale food to lodge. They
are clean and sanitary.
"Quality" Brand Utensils wUl not
rust or corrode; they will not scale,
peel or chip off.
They are the safest cooking utens utensils
ils utensils for your home and your family.
We want as many of you as possi possible
ble possible to receive the b?enfit of this won wonderful
derful wonderful Aluminum "Special" so we
hive arranged to forward the com complete
plete complete set, carriage prepaid, to all who
fill out the following Coupon and mail
to us with a two dollar bill attached.
The complete 'set, 14 pieces, will go
forward the same day your order is
received. This is the Coupon:
For the attached $2 bill forward to
foliowir.s name and address one com complete
plete complete "Quality" Brand Aluminum Set
o 14 pieces. I agree to remit $1 a
week nrtil the balance, $19.98, is paii.
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I capt. Jreiier ana niece, nis
j Taylor of Nyack, N. Y., are gue
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Miss Elizabeth Walsh is visit;
Miami this week.
Messrs. Ray Fere and George
of Ocala were callers in Anir,-:?
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