The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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iC V JU1 NIL! NlAii

VOL. 27
NO. 232


Prices Fell Over
Nine Dollars a
Bale on New
York Market
Department of Agriculture Places the
Total Production at a Little Over
Six Million Hales
( AeQcUt-l l'rw
New York. Oct. 3. The cotton mar mar-let
let mar-let made a sens'atk al drop today
following publication if the official
crop condition re poii. Prices broke
tOXAi per bale. On tha New Orleans
market prices fell $10 a bale.
Smaller Crop Eipected
Washington, D. C, Oct. 3. A fur further
ther further marked dijcline in the condition
of cotton during Sepi mber resulted
in a reduction by 50G, X) bale? in the
forecast of production : '.sued todcs" by
the department of cjr .'culture, which
places the total crop ai 5,537,000 bales.
Condition of the e m. Sept. 25th
was placed at 42.2 per cent normal.
Considering Federal Aid for Municipal
Public Wc. ks
The advisability of a federal bond
issue to create a fund for making
loans to aid municipal public works
in years of depression when jobs are
scarce, is under consideration today
Ly sub-committees of the national
conference on unemployment.
Cooler Weather Coming
Cooler weather over practically all
portions of the country east of the
Mississippi river during the next
twenty-four hours is forecast today
by the weather bureau.
Will Move Dismissal of Keystone
Watch Company Case
Notice that the government will
move for dismissal cf the Keystone
Watch Case Company suit was filed
today with the clerk of the supreme
court, where the p: cceedings are
Marion-Dunn Lcda TTa. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the fi, st and third
Thursday evenings of 'ach month at
8 o'clock until further n itice.
J. R Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Qrder" of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
' A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Tulula Lodge- No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcomw always extended to
visiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. to.
II. S. Wesson, II. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
This is a Studebaker year. tf


Mrs. Zuhlke, Mksing Since Thursday,
- Found Saturday Night in a
Deplorable Condition
(Associated Press)
Morristown, N. J. Oct. 3 Dying
fiom an overdose of sleeping powder
and with both wrists slashed, Mrs.
Paul O. Zuhlke, wife of a wealthy
New York importer and exporter,
n.-issing since Thursday, was found
Saturday night in a barn on the
Zohlke estate near Madison, it be became
came became known today. She died a few
irvlmites after being found.
Winter Park, Oct. 3. Rollins
College's football squad has started
practice with more than 30 candidates,
said to be the largest number ever to
come out for the team. Coach Schlit Schlit-cher
cher Schlit-cher has held the work-outs thu3 far
to the preliminary stages by putting
the men through a process of falling
on the ball, going down.under punts
and receiving passes. Some tackling
of the dummy has also been carried
out. Several practice games have
been arranged with teams made up of
former college players from Orlando
and vicinity. Prospects at this time
are for a line averaging 175 pounds.
The backfielfl will probably include
Bob Wright, this year's captain, and
Lloyd Boyle, last year's field leader.
Rollins will have its opening game
with the University of Florida eleven
at Orlando, October 8th. Thence the
team will wade into its schedule which
caljs for several games with out of
itate colleges. The season will end
at Tampa, Thanksgiving Day, when
Rollins tackles Birmingham Southern
Arrangements are also under way
for a post-season game with the Uni University
versity University of Havana at Havana, Cuba.
When the clean-up squad reaches
Ocala Friday, .to get action on the
claims of veterans of the world war,
its biggest problem will be to get in
touch with every ex-service man in
this territory, who has a right to gov governmental
ernmental governmental compensation.
The squad is composed of experts
from the various government bureaus,
the Red Cross and the American Le Legion.
gion. Legion. They are familiar in every de detail
tail detail with the workings of the war
risk insurance act, and various feat features
ures features of the different plans of hospital
treatment, medical care and rehabili rehabilitation
tation rehabilitation work in general. As soon as
they establish personal touch with the
veterans, they-are prepared to put
machinery in motion at once to get
for them what is coming to them from
the government. In this work they
have every assurance of whole-hearted
co-operation by the authorities in
The plan of campaign of the squad
contemplates the avoidance of lengthy
correspondence and annoying, time
killing red tape, by getting at first
hand all information as to each indi individual
vidual individual veteran's case and the machin
ery is well oiled to get results once
it is put in motion.
However, the greatest problem that
confronts the workers is the estab
lishment of personal contact with the
men they would serve. Many of the
veterans, in lots of cases, those most
deserving of governmental aid, are
illiterates. They don't understand
even ine lueuiiuig vi tuuijwuBuuvu,
'rehabilitation" and "vocational
. .1. ; r
rtraming. Many are located m iso
lated districts where a newspaper is
rarely seen.
These men. would -be tremendously
anxious to get the benefits of the aid
that ihs government is glad to give,
if they knew that the squad is right
at their doors to get it for them.
us reason, the members of the
sk that everyone who knows
For thi
squad a
of an ex-service man who may be en entitled
titled entitled to aid, get in touch with him
and inform him as to when and where
the squad "will be, and as to what the
suaJ is anxious to do for him. Squad
headquarters will be glad to reecive
i-ny information as to any veteran and
will use every energy to get in touch
i with him during its stay in Ocala.
Disabled veterans who report to
squad headquarters will be furnished
with transportation back home and
meals and lodging as long as they


Detroit's Slugging Outfielder Hij
Man American League with Ty
Cobb a Clone Second
Associated Pre-ss)
New York, Oct. 3. Harry Heil Heil-mann,
mann, Heil-mann, Detroit's slugging outfielder,
won the season's batting champion championship
ship championship in the American League by
.0003, according to unofficial figures
made public today. Heilmann's man manager,
ager, manager, Ty Cobb, gave him a merry
chase for the title. They virtually
were tied when the season closed yes yesterday
terday yesterday with .300 each, but when the
figures were carried out to four per percentage
centage percentage points they gave Heilmann
.904 and Cobb .301. Rogers Horns Horns-by,
by, Horns-by, the St. Louis second baseman,
topped the National League hitters
with .398.
Landis and Robinson Thinks the Big
Series Will be Close
New York, Oct. 3. Judge Landis
and Manager Robinson, of the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Nationals, believe the outcome of
the world series will be close. Judge
Landis today said the series might
go nine games and added that he be believed
lieved believed the teams were evenly matched.
Manager Robinson said he looked for
one of the hardest fought series in
the history of baseball.
The series will begin Wednesday at
two o'clock eastern time.
Great Interest in Paris
. Paris, Oct. 3 There is great in interest
terest interest here by the American colony in
the world series. Several wagers
have been made on the outcome at
odds of 11 to 10 in favor of the Yan
kees. On? bet has been made of one
thousand francs at even money that
Ruth gets three home' runs during the
(Associated Press;
Cleveland, Oct. 3. The trial of
Marian McArdle, charged with mur
der in the first degree in connection
with the killing of her stepfather,
Daniel Kaber, is set for today. She
is the third to be tried, her mother,
Mrs. Eva Katherine Kaber and Sal-
store Cala, now serving life sen
tences for the crime.
(Associated Tress
DeLand, Oct. 3. As the result of a
revival at DeLeon Springs the last
several weeks, 72 persons were baptiz
ed Sunday in Odum Lake and a new
Baptist church was organized at De De-Leon
Leon De-Leon Springs.
Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 3. Lieut. John
A. McCready, test pilot at McCook
field, yesterday, shattered the world's
altitude record, attaining a height of
40300 feet in the same La Pere bi biplane
plane biplane used by Rudolph C. Schroeder,
who set a record of 38,100 feet on Feb February
ruary February 28, 1920.
(Associated Pres)
Los Angeles, Sept. 30. Officers said
the R-6 which sank off San Pedro har harbor
bor harbor recently, probably would be
brought to the surface today.
The man who' first called it the
"easy" payment plan was mighty
careless with his adjectives. Roanoke
World News.
Madame Curie says the earth is not
cooling off. Certainly not where the
Irish question is discussed. Green Greenville
ville Greenville Piedmont.
The bolshevists may not be strong
Fading food for Russia but they
? PI at makmg a hash of
things. Columbia Record.
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for ?7. Phone
260. 310 N. Main street 27-tf
have business with the clean-up cam campaign.
paign. campaign. It is necessary for every vet-
T oitinn'tn lorl casw. the sooad

will take up the affairs and claims of j grapes, apples, bananas, cantaloupes,! Complete assortment of the genu genu-veterans
veterans genu-veterans of other counties while in peaches. Fort King Confectionery, ine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain



Dr. J. IL Dunn Struck Down and IILs
Pockets Gone Through. Almost
on Main Business Street
Saturday night about 8 o'clock as
Dr. J. IL Dunn was leaving his vet veterinary
erinary veterinary stable on West Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, just two blocks from the court courthouse,
house, courthouse, he was struck on the head with
a sandbag or some other soft instru
ment, as he was locking the stable-
Dr. Dunn says that his door locks
with a padlock and hasp and necessi necessitates
tates necessitates stooping over to fasten it. He
was leaning over fastening the lock
when some one behind him said,
"Hello, Doc!" Dr. Dunn answered,
"Hello," and turned his head partly
around when something struck him
and that is the last he knew of that
part of the hold-up.
When he came to his senses again,
he said, he was lying huddled up
against the door and his first move
was to throw his arm out to raise
himself. When he did his fingers
came in contact with his pocketbook
lying on the sidewalk, open and empty.
Dr. Dunn does not know how much
money was in the pocketbook but
thinks about $20.
Just as Dr. JDunn turned his head
tj answer the man's salutation, he
says Jie caught a fleeting glimpse of
his assailant and says the best he
could describe him was that he was
tall and thin and there was a short
woman with him who wore a long veil
over her face. He says the man wa3
either a white man or a very light
Dr. Dunn's straw hat also shows a
mark as if it had been cut with a
sharp knife, but Dr. Dunn says if
there was a knife in the deal it was
'while he was unconscious.
Raiford, September 23rd.
Editor St. Augustine Record:,
I note in referring to the article I
sent you, which you were kind enough
to publish, you state that I agreed
with you, line for line, and word for
word. That is true, yet there is as
much difference in the way they were
used, as there is between daylight and
We have had the fellow who stands
off and waits for something to happen
a nd then says, I told you so, since the
hr-ginning of time, and I presume we
v.ill have him with us until the end
of time; however, in the face of this,
men have from time to time gotten
lout of the old rut, stopped drifting
with the tide, and accomplished some something.
thing. something. For three years we have been run running
ning running the farm without guards and
guns, with a minimum of escapes, and
practically no trouble whatever, and
our organization grows stronger each
When I took charge of this institu institution
tion institution and began treating the prisoners
humanely, showed that I was on tie
level with them in handling them with
good discipline, and in receiving the
response from them with I did, I said
the day would come when no prisoners
would leave the state farm except
honorably; that is, served their time
cr received a pardon. I am more fully
convinced of that statement today
than I was three years ago when I
made it, and the fact that this is the
receiving prison, where all men are
handled for several days, immediately
after leaving jails, and with an aver average
age average population of 500, who are check checked
ed checked out each day in a dozen or more
crews, working in a radius of three
miles, and have only had thus far four
escapes, and are not short a man to today
day today for this year, is further proof to
me that the statement will hold good.
The trouble with you, Mr. Editor,
i3 the trouble with all the doubting
Thomases. They hare never visited
the farm, and they don't know how we
handle the prisoners, and they won't
believe men who have been here and
have seen what we are doing. If you
could see us in action, you would see
the law being vindicated, society pro protected
tected protected and prisoners treated humane humanely.
ly. humanely. Yours very truly,
J. S. Blitch, Superintendent.
Fresh today, celery, tomatoes, Per-
! sian limes, avocado pears, grapefruit,
Phone 596. 30-2t


Though Badly Defeated Ocala Boys
Are Not Discouraged and Will
Do Better Next Time
The football team of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville school ran away with the O. IL
S. team Saturday afternoon in the
former city. It became evident as
soon as play began that the Ocala
team was no match for the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville boys and the score was even
iower than might have been predicted
Ly those witnessing the game. This
severe drubbing might be expected to
take the pep out of the Ocala boys,
but instead it ha3 given them a re renewed
newed renewed determination to win. They
have the weight and the spirit that
makes a winning team. The coach of
the Gainesville team remarked to sev several
eral several Ocala fans that there was no rea reason
son reason why Ocala could not beat Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville worse than they were beating us,
e-cept that Ocala did not know foot foot-lall.
lall. foot-lall. Our boys have the desire and
determination to win more than ever
ttfore, but they just don't know foot foot-tall.
tall. foot-tall. They have the muscle, weight
and endurance but the inside part of
the game is missing. No team could
have fought with a gamer spirit than
ocrs did Saturday. The boys went
into each play with a determination to
stop it. They played with their whole
hearts throughout the entire game.
The football squad this year num numbers
bers numbers over thirty boys. The material
i fine and all they need to give Ocala
a state championshi pteam is some
real coaching on inside football, rules,
a state championship team is some
defensive. These boys must have
this coaching or our team will con continue
tinue continue to lose. There are two weeks'
pjactice before the next game, which
is with Palatka. Anyone who knows
a way to help the team please let Mr.
Friedlander have your idea at once.
You boys who know football and can
dfvote a little .of your time to the
help of our school, please do so. The
cry is help, help, help. The boys have
nfver before shown such a willing
spirit to work. Now is' the time to
encourage them. Who will be first?
Although the O. H. S. was beaten
6W to 0 we did have some good work
done on our team. Harrington Hall
and James Fielding drew special com comment
ment comment from the spectators.
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Oct. 3. Plans are
being made to erect a building here to
accommodate the Florida branch of
the Federal Reserve Bank, according
to an announcement by officials of the
sixth district with headquarters at
Atlanta, who came here for the pur purpose
pose purpose of inspecting proposed sites for
the building. The local branch is at
present quartered in one of the down downtown
town downtown business buildings but the grow-
irg importance of the Florida branch
has made it necessary to seek larger
quarters, officials said.
Consideration of the plans for the
building will be' taken up by the gov governing
erning governing board in Atlanta and later by
the national board at Washington, it
was said. The recent designation of
the Florida branch as a currency base
fcr the state and Cuba is taken in
banking circles to mean that the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville bank is a permanent insti institution.
tution. institution. Members of the federal reserve
board attending the meeting here in included:
cluded: included: M. B.. Wellborn, governor of
the sixth district; Joseph A. McCord,
chairman of the reserve board, and
W. H. Kettig, of Birmingham, Ala a
director of the Atlanta bank.
Talk about pre-war prices; $2.00
than we have ever put them on. The
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
recovers on for $10.50; roadsters, $9.
Oother cars in proportion. Paces sub sub-iect
iect sub-iect to chans-e. 10-l-30t
On the way to Silver Springs don't
fcrget to stop at the Spring Way Inn.
We serve lunches, ice cream and all
! kinds cf cold drinks, also chicken din-
jrer, any stayle, at the lowest prices
! possible. Free camping and picnic
. grounds. 27-t
Pens at Anti-iiocopoiy irug store

Mrs. Hickman,
Mother of the
Slain Man, At At-tenting
tenting At-tenting Trial.
Marital Status of the NoviUkys Aired
Today by Crass Examination
in the Pope Trial

Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Oct. 3. The Pope
trial was resumed today with Irwin
Novitzky on the stand for a continua continuation
tion continuation of cross examination by the de defense
fense defense under way Saturday when court
adjourned. Novitzky has admitted
ownership of the pistol Rawlings shot
Hickman with, and said Pope told him
tne theater of which Hickman was
manager was to be robbed.
Mrs. F. J. Hickman of Richmond,
Va., mother of George Hickman, was
ia court today, having arrived last
night. Waybright, Pope's leading
counsel, made every effort to break
down Novitzky's testimony and indi indications
cations indications Were that cross examination
would continue through the morning
Mrs. Johnnie Novitzky took the
stand after cross examination has
been completed. Counsel for Pope ob obtained
tained obtained the admission from her that
she was prompted to corroborate the
testimony of her husband against
Pope by the attacks made on her mar marital
ital marital status. The defense established
by affidavits and later by Novitzky's
admission that he was never legally
narried to her.
Mrs. Novitzky admitted that she in informed
formed informed the state attorney last Satur Saturday
day Saturday for the first time of all she knew.
She also admitted having remarked
after hearing of the. attacks upon her
marital status, through cross exami examination
nation examination of Novitzky Saturday, that she
would send "Johnny Pope to the pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary for that,"
She testified that she accompanied
Novitzky to the theater after lending
their automobile to Pope. When she
heard the pistol shot that killed Hick Hickman
man Hickman she turned and from the third or
fourth row of seats saw Rawlings
running down the stairs at the en entrance
trance entrance of the theater. Neither she nor
her husband, however, she said, com commented
mented commented on the fact and sat unmoved
through the performance which was
called off a few minutes later.
(Associated Press)
Allenhurst, Oct. 1. The memory of
Aguinaldo, notable Filipino outlaw,
who gave United States troops no lit little
tle little trouble until his capture by the
late General Frederick Funtson, ia
well perpetuated here in the form of
what is said to be his money box
which held the monetary spoils of his
operations and served to satisfy his
legions of native folowers.
The box, constructed of steel, ia
three feet wide and five meet in
height. It was brought to Allenhurst
by the late Commodore Allen, founder
of the town, and who was quite a col collector
lector collector of souvenirB of this kind. m Al Although
though Although having some few character characteristics
istics characteristics of the present day strong boxes,
it could hardly be considered fire fireproof.
proof. fireproof. Its massive door is opened thru
three locks and four combinations.
Each of the three locks is concealed
by an ornamental metallic disc on
which are described the face of a
woman. The metallic discs respond
to the combination "Cuba." The relic
is kept on exhibition in the local post post-office.
office. post-office. The difference between an Irishman
and an American is that the Irishman
thinks he isn't free and the American
thinks he is. Minnesota Star.
Astronomers can explain almost ev everything
erything everything except the odd circumstances
dark nights Indianapolis Star.
The Chicago telegraph messenger
recently, arrested for speeding should
rot be punished he should be sent to
Congress. Columbia Record.
We are tickled most to death with
a government that can build forty-riillion-dollar
battleships for the
junkman and cant afford to buy a home
for its ambassador to France, Colam Colam-bia
bia Colam-bia Record.

S-flS -r- --Jtf- 9u-,ksii-i-;f ;--,


Oeala Evening Star
Published Eery Dar Eept SnOar 7
K. U. Carroll, Preldt
P. V. KeBveKMl, STetary-Trejiirer
J. II. nenjamlB, Editor




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Legal adverti."eri:rit! at lesal rates.

Don't forget Orlando, Oct. 8th.

Editor Star: In the last few weeks i inZ vith mare pupils than the teachers :

very much, yes, too mach, has been)l:new what t0 do with- At the gram-;
said and written about state road No.jmar ool, Mrs. Tcdd and Mrs. Wes-;
9. which ha Yr, HpiitmatpH tn nm son both have a full room of eighth'

How is the receiver of the O. V.
going to pay $1000 a month on back
taxes when the road doesn't make that
much money?

Who maltreated, murdered and
flung into the bay, poor Virginia Tur Tur-rer
rer Tur-rer Tampa Tribune.
The Pinellas officers should not stop
until the slayer is found.

From the reports coming from Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, it' might be a good idea to put
the thieves and gunmen of that city
to guarding the people from the

Someone has mentioned Dr. Peek
for mayor: Not a bad idea. "Doc" is
up to date and full of pep, and almost
everybody likes him. He'd : make a
good mayor.

People want to know whether Andy
Winer, alderman for six years front
the first ward, will run again. Andy
has the courage of his convictions and
will be a hard man to beat.

People are mentioning John Thom Thomson,
son, Thomson, the sturdy British-American, as
alderman from the third ward. John
is certainly doing his share to build
up the town.

Inasmuch as the trail followed by
the sleuths has been declared by the
jury a false one, it looks like some somebody
body somebody is going to have to start all
over in the effort to avenge Virginia
Turner. Tampa Tribune.
Some of your Tampa sleuths are
becoming famous for running down
the wrong' man.
Miss Adele Bittinger has taken the
position of society reporter on the
Star, and we hope her stay will be
permanent. She is the daughter of
good old "Col. Bittinger, for fourteen
years editor and part proprietor of
the paper, and it is highly appropriate
that she should now hold an impor impor-tant
tant impor-tant position on it.

School this week takes away from
the Star Melville Little, who has been
with us all summer. We shall miss
"Peb." We have never seen a harder
working, more intelligent and willing
boy. He has been the special partner
of the "od man," who he has saved
many weary steps in the last four

The Italian state railways are bit
by bit 'being electrified. Every now
and then the government undertakes
to add 300 or 400 miles of electrifica electrification
tion electrification to the system. By the end of
.1922, there will be more than 2000
miles of electrified state railways in
Italy. This is expected to reduce the
coal consumption of the railroads by
abort one-third.

It is a fact worthy of comment that
of all the confidence men and wiretap wiretappers
pers wiretappers and robbers and thieves and
thugs that have been arrested in
Florida ; none have been punished.
Bank-looters are convicted and go
free. Sick men who shoot visitors in
the back are convicted and go free.
Governors who connive at unlawful unlawfulness
ness unlawfulness go free. Confidence men discov discovered
ered discovered with the goods are convicted
and gofree. Men are convicted of va various
rious various crimes and go free. Verily
this is a free country. Kissimmee
Valley, Gazette,
Marion county trapped a bunch of
thuin, but Catts' pardoning board let
one of them go free.

f m th Hporcria smith r,f Val- traders. Next as you walk down the

dosta, through Hamilton, Columbia, j haI1 y come tc' the room3 f Misses
Alachua and Marion counties and on McNeal and Coles. These two young ;
south to intersect the good roads of ladies hsve the fifth grade divided be- j
Lake, Orange and other counties to t-veen them and each has all she can
Fort Myers. itake care of. Miss Carry Holly and j
I understood from some of the j YllS5 Smedley have the sixth grade ;
caustic speeches made in the Oeala and Iiss Carlisle and Mrs. Thomp-
meeting on the evening of Sept. 20th,;f"on ave the seventh. All four of)

that nothing was being done by the;56 rooms are weu nued with pu pu-state
state pu-state road department on state road'P'5-
No. 2. I was prompted by this to in- j The reporter was much surprised to
form myself from official authority as: 11 n- that the fourth grade has been
to true conditions. I find that at;cloveJ into the basement to make
Jennings in Hamilton county, there is room for the ;ver growing school,
a camp of 72 convicts that are now,'-''153 Merritt and Miss Kelsey have
and have been at work on state road ; lwo rooms full to overflowing with
No. 2 and that many very valuable jthe pupils of the lower fourth and
bridges have been built and the road':Mis3 Smith has the upper fourth in
graded nearly through the county to ir room. When the fourth grades
WTiite Springs, where the road crosses were moved into the basement, the
the Suwannee river. j eighth grade was moved from the see-

In Columbia county I find that :nd noor into tne former fourth grade

there is a camp of 38 state convicts j 1 ccm on the first floor

For terms, apply to Miss Eloise
Henry, phone 340. l-6t

at Suwannee Valley, eight miles north
of Lake City, that are now and have

While at tne scnooi nouse tne re reporter
porter reporter strolled upstairs to the high

been at work on state road No. 2 and j school, although that department has

have built bridges and culverts and i in session two weeks and is now

have the road graded about all the
way from White Springs to Lake City.
In the southern part of Columbia
county I find a convict camp nearing

completion where a large crew

state convicts will begin grading
from the Santa Fee river at Dungaris
bridge and go north to meet the grad grading
ing grading already done about eight miles
south of Lake City.
In Alachua county there is a camp
of 38 convicts at Hague station, who
have been and are now at work on
road No. 2. In Marion county the
right of way on said road has been
cleared north of Oeala and had not
the county failed in the bond issue of
1919, road No. 2 would have been
much further advanced, I believe, than
it now is; however, the state road de department
partment department has from the beginning
promised to meet us with state and
federal aid and I firmly believe they
will make good their pledges. I
would therefore kindly advise that
our county commissioners in regular
session next Tuesday ask the state
road department to send their convict
camp builder with his crew of men
t j build a camp at Weirsdale, or some
point south of Oeala, on road No. 2,
and you can depend upon this asser assertion,
tion, assertion, a camp of state convicts will
occupy that building, to cut and clear
up right of way on road No. 2 by the
time the building is ready for their

The laws of this state providing for j

the care and maintenance of state

running as smoothly as a well oiled

piece of machinery. Great was his
surprise to see the size of the present
high school. Chapel exercises were

of i being conducted in the study hall.

Every seat held two pupils and the
windows were full of boys. In spite of
the seating capacity of the windows
there were a do::en or more standing.
The high schoo". has grown to such
proportions that it is now occupying
the entire second floor of the building.
In addition to the desk room in the
study hall, desks have been placed in
tcme of the other rooms to" accom accommodate
modate accommodate the pupils. No gloomy faces
were seen in the high school because
Gainesville won the football game.
They are already planning what they
are going to do to Palatka and are
l.-tting the dead past bury itself.
Miss Shephard was here, there and
everywhere this morning, getting pu pupils
pils pupils assigned to their rooms and set settling
tling settling all questi3ns that arose subse subsequent
quent subsequent to the first day of school.
The Primary Department

Miss Nellie Stevens, principal of

the primary school, says that she be believes
lieves believes the attendance about normal
this year and that they have room
enough to accommodate the pupils.
Miss Stevens is very proud of her
school building and grounds this year.
She says thatshe has never opened
school with the building so well clean cleaner!
er! cleaner! as it is thte year and she is de de-h'ghtcd
h'ghtcd de-h'ghtcd with the new sidewalks that

shave been constructed from the en-

convicts will not allow them to be
kept in portable prison vans, but the ;

I trances to the street line.

The corps c-f teachers at the pri-

laws, rules and regulations describe
the kind of buildings the prisoners
shall be kept in. Therefore, should

the state road department send 100 or j

even 50 state prisoners to Marion
county this week to work on road No.
2. we have no nlace to keen thpm. It

is certainly not expected that state ia ood year's work-

prisoners are to hard surface, asphalt

and complete state roads. The grad

fchool fs tha came as last year,

i with the except'on of Miss Pierson of
DeLand. Mis Fannie Cl?.rk. Miss

Chiffin Miss Marsh. Mi?s Meffert
M;ss Gle and Mis; Andrews are all
with rs ag?r'n this year and look as
;x thrv are already settled down for

The North Oeala school also opened

: this morning but the reporter was un-

irg, surfacing and completing the auie lo ai",u l"e Ul' r "VK J"

roads are expected to be let out by!"ens,e' arm :'I1SS Mceai
r.mtracf tho f ftm i Ing there this year. Miss McNeal is

sister of M;ss Margaret McNeal.

wha has taught in the Oeala schools

contract under the supervision of com


Croaking and growling and f ault: j f or several years
finding with the governor and state j

road department will not hasten the
building of any state road, as reason reasonable,
able, reasonable, consistent, respectful requests
would do. Many, many things are to
be considered in building a state road
that comes up to federal require requirements.
ments. requirements. -1
This letter is writen in the spirit of
justice and fairness to all concerned.
R. F. Rogei s.


Married. Friday evening in Jack Jacksonville.,
sonville., Jacksonville., at the home of Rev. W. W.
Lowery. who officiated, Miss Ruby Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy of Inverness, to Mr. W. R. Chal Chal-ker
ker Chal-ker of this city. Present beside the
contracting parties were Mrs. Percy
Pewrick, sister of the groom, and her
husband. The bride is a charming
young lady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. McCoy, of Inverness, and the
groom, "Randolph" Chalker, is too
well known to our people to need de description.
scription. description. Mr. Chalker has a position
in Dunnellon. but the young people
will make their home in Oeala. He
has long been known as one of
Ocala's most steady and reliable

young men and our people welcome

his pretty bride to their city.

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Cesjrisbt b KatbiMS Nartia
CHAPTER I. With his two daughter!.
Alix and Cherry, the latter just eighteen
years old, and his niece, Anne, Doctor
Strickland, retired, is living at Mill Val Valley,
ley, Valley, a short distance from &m Francisco.
His closest friend is Peter Joyce, some some-thin!?
thin!? some-thin!? of a recluse. Visiting In the vi vicinity.
cinity. vicinity. Martin LJoyd, minins engineer,
falls in love with and secretly becomes
engaged to Cherry.
CHAPTER II.-While the family
speculating as to IJoyd's Intentions. Cher Cherry
ry Cherry brings him to suprr, practically an announcing
nouncing announcing her engagement to him.
CHAPTER HI. Doctor Strickland feels
Cherry Is too young to marry and urges
her to wait at least a year, but the girl
coaxes him into agreeing to an immediate
wedding and the ceremony takes place,
the couple leaving at once for EI Nido,
where Martin is employed.
CHAPTER IV. The honeymoon days
over. Cherry begins to feel a vague dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with Martin and the monot

ony of her daily life.
CHAPTER V. At Mill Valley. Justin
Little, lawyer, becomes engaged to Anne,
the wedding being set for September,
some months distant. Alix visits Cherry
at El Nido and the two girls coax Mar Mar-Un
Un Mar-Un into allowing Cherry to go home for
Anne's wedding.
CHAPTER VI. In her father's house
Cherry contrasts the peaceful, happy life
there wiifi her rather sordid existence at
El N'ido and realizes that her marriage
has baen samc'.hin? of a failure. Doctor
Strickland, feeling that Cherry is not be
ing fair to Martin, in that she is unduly
prolong! :i s her visit after Anne's wed wedding,
ding, wedding, tiroes .her. to lelurn to her husband.
She makes preparations for her departure.
CHAPTER VII. Peter Joyce tells Cher Cherry
ry Cherry he has had one "grand passion" in his
life, but the woman was not for him. lie
does net reveal her name. Cherry rejoins
her husband.
CHAPTER VIII. The young wife's dis-

sat;sfaction increases and there is an al- I
most open break. Mai tin has a brief spell
cf sickness and something of her old feel- ;
lng for him returns to Cherry. J
CHAPTER IX. Doctor Strickland la I
Btricken suddenly with what all perceive j
is a fatal illne&s. Alix summons Cherry
to her fat-her's deathbed. After the doc- i
tor's death it Is discovered that years ago
he had borrowed money from Anne's fa- i

tner and seemingly the debt was never
dischaFped- With accumulated interest
the amount practically consumes all the
money the doctor left. Justin Little
rnahes it manUest that he will insist on
his wife's claims. It means that the two
Cirls are left with practically nothing.

and put In hfS tffree hun3"re anf Ca Cade
de Cade Vincent put in three thousand

j: j and the funny thing Is," Alix broke
j j off to say, musingly, "Uncle Vincent
ji j was perfectly splendid about It; I my-

i icuicuiuci 11 1 111 cubing, UUU I
worry, Lee. I'm speculating on my
own responsibility, not yours.'"
"Well?" Petr prompted, as she hesitated.

I 1
j "Well. The? had a written acree-

I ment then, giving Uncle Vincent a
third Interest in the patent, should it

be sold or put on the market
Tlal" Peter ejaculated, struck.
"Which, of course, was only a little
while before Uncle Vincent died," Alix
went on, with a grave nod. "The

agreement lay in Dad's desk all these i

yearsi fancy how easily he might
have burned It many's the time! But
he didn't. George Sewall says that

j,Anne Is right. They've broken the

Peter, in the silence, whistled ex expressively.
pressively. expressively. "Gee-rusalem !" he exclaimed. "What
does it come to?"
At this Alix looked very sober,
gazed down at the fire and shook her
"All he had I" she answered, briefly.
Peter was silent, looking at her In
"Almost, that Is." Alix amended
more cheerfully. "As it was we
should have had more than thirty
thousand apiece. As It Is. Anne gets
It all. or If not quite all, nearly all."
"Gets !" he echoed, hotly, "llow do
yon mean?"
"It seems to be perfectly Just," the
girl answered, rather lifelessly. But,
Immediately she laughed. "Don't look
so awful, Peter. In the first place,
Cherry and I still have the house. In
the second place. 1 am singing at St.
Raphael's for five hundred a year, aqd
sinking other places now and then.

Anyway, I'm glad you're home again, ;

Peter!" she added.

"Home again," he answered, half-'
angrily." "I should hope I am and j
high time, too! Has this this money1

i been turned over to Anne?" ;
; "Not yet. Nobody gets anything
! mull the estate is cleared a year or
i more from now. There are some

eaves and
me up to-

He liked

?ian'-lies swished about'
v;ntvs. "C;in you put

ni'hi?" he asked, suddenly.

l;er frank pleasure.
"Itather! I m:nk Cherry's room
was nijide up fresh last Monday," she
tohi liiiii.
She hpd risen, as If for good-nights,
siiid v as now beside the old square
'aim. w here she had placed the lamp.
"I haven't touched it since she
said, sadly, sitting on the stool, and

lift ?tw l '';''- A 4

She Was Now Beside the Old Square

things to be thankful for," Aljx added,
dashing the sudden tears from her
eyes, "and one is that Dad never knew
"I can't tell you how surprised I am
at Anue," Peter said.
"Well, we all were!" Alix confessed.

Put it'3 just Anne's odd little self- j

"Why not?" She 'smiled". "I suppose
when you've had ups and downs with
a '.'man, and been rich and poor, and
sick'aud well, and have lived in balf-ji-dozen
different places, you raiher
take him for, granted !" she added.
"Ob, you think' it works that wy?"
Peter usked. with a keen look.
"Well, don't you think so? Aren't
lots of marriages IF?e that?"
"Vou false alarm. Vou quitter!" he
angered. Alix laughed, a triile guilt guiltily.
ily. guiltily. Also she flushed, with a great
wave of splendid young color that
made her face look seventeen again.
"Your fat her' left you something.
Alls?" Peter." asked presently, with
some hesitation.
"That." she answered frankly, "is
where. Arine comes in!"
"Anne and Justin came straight
Over." AHs went on. "and they were
really lovely: Dtxtor Younger, and
George Sewall were here every day ;
you aiid George were named as execu executors.
tors. executors. I was so mixed up In policies
and deeds aud overdue taxes and In Interest
terest Interest and bonds
"Poor old Alix. if I. had only been
here to help you!" the man said. And
for a mon.ent they looked a little con consciously
sciously consciously at each other.
' "Well, anyway," the girl resumed
hastily, "when it came to reading the
will, Anne and Justin sprung a mine
under us! It seems that ten years
ago, when the Strickland patent fire
extinguisher was put upon the mar market,
ket, market, my adorable father didn't have
much money he never did have,
somehow. So Anne's father, my -Uncle
Vincent, went Into it with him to
the extent of about three thousand
dollars" .'-"
- "Three thousand !" Peter, who had
been leaning forward, earnestly at attentive,
tentive, attentive, echoed in relief.
"That was all. Dad had about
y.maa hnndrecL Dad did. all-the work.

with her eyes stiU smiling on him,
putting back the hinged cover. And a
moment later her. hands, with the as assurance
surance assurance and ease of the adept, drifted

j Into one of the songs of the old days.

"Do you remember the day we put
the rose tree back. Peter?" she asked.
"When Martin was almost a- sjran sjran-gei
gei sjran-gei ? Ami do you remember the day
we made biscuits, over by the ocean?"
"I remember all the days," he an

swered, deeply stirred.
"We didn't see tll this, then," Alix
lued. still playing softly; "Ante
ciaii iing everything for her husband,
j '"U mid 1 here talking of Dad's death.
and Cherry married She sighed,
j "She's not happy?" he questioned
j quickly.

She s not unhappy," she told him,
with a troubled smile. "It's Just one

here, and she wanted it. Well-I let marriages hat donjt ever get
. i anywhere, and don t ever ton shp
Hong go, and as soon as I can rent, ', .J!;.. r?p' e

this house, I'm going to New York,
"Why New. York, my dear girl?"

"Because I believe I can make a

living there, si
generally stru

answered, cheerfully

added. "Martin has faults, he's nn

j reasonable, and he makes enemies.
! Put those aren't faults for which 'a

oeweve i cau inutvt; ai
logins and teaching and I n "n ,e"v h?r Jnwnand. Oh.
tggling with life!" she! ter she added, laying a smooth,

"Cherry gets' ai on l,s' ana lookinf into

most of the money they are always: i
somewhat in debt, and I imagine thatl 1"' aaIn: Say here ,n the
the reason she is able to have a nice 'y fnr.a or two. and help me

gei everything worKeu out and

" "Dear

out I've been so much

apartment and a maid now is because, j

she knows it is coming and I get the
house, and enough money to keep me
going say, a year, in New York."
"Do you want to go, Alix?" be said.

j affectionately.

c, i hi ii i tv i uo, Mie uu citrvi. i

But her eyes watered- "1 do in aj so they sat, very si HI, for a I

yj ute. Alix's baud went to

way," she added. "That is. I love my

singing, and the thought of making a
success is delightful to me. But. of
course, it means that I give up every everything
thing everything else. I can't have home life, and
and the valley for years, four or
five anyway, I'll, have to give all that
up. And Tm twenty-seveu, Peter.
And I'd always rather hoped that my
music was going to be a domestic va variety
riety variety She stopped, smiling, but he
saw the pain In her eyes. "George
Sewall most kindly asked me to moth mother
er mother his small son she resumed, cas casually.
ually. casually. "But although he is the dear dear-est
est dear-est
"Sewall did f Peter exclaimed, rath rather
er rather struck. "Great Scott his father is
one of the richest men In San Fran Francisco."
cisco." Francisco." "I know It," Alix agreed. "And he
is one of the nicest men." she added.
"But, of course, he'll never really love
any one but Ursula. And I felt oh,
I felt too tired and alone and de depressed
pressed depressed to enter upon congratulations
and clothes and family dim.ers with
the Sewalls," she ended, a little drear drearily.
ily. drearily. "1 wanted I wanted things in
the old way as they were she
said, her voice thickening.
"I .know I know I" Peter said,
sympathetically. And for a while
there was silence in the little house.

while the rain fell steadily upon the

old Alix!" he said, sitting

down on fhe'beich beside her and
putting his arm about her. She

dropped her head on his shoulder, and

ong min-

her own

shoulder, and her fingers tightened on

his, and she breathed deep, contented
breaths, like a child.
"Somebody ought to wire Mrs.
Grundy, collect," she said, after
."We will defy Mrs. Grundy, my
dear," Peter said, kissing the top of
a soft brown braid," "by trotting off
hand In hand tomorrow and getting
ourselves married. Why, Alix, he gave
us his consent years ago don't you
"He did w ish it I" she said, and
burst into tears.
"I seem to be. doing things In a
slightly irregular manner," she said
to him the next day, w hen 'they had
gotten breakfast together, and were

basking in the sunlight of the upper i
deck of the ferryboat, on their way to
the city. "I spend the night before
my marriage alone in a small coun-
try house hidden in the woods with j

my betrothed, and propose to buy my
trousseau immediately after the cere

mony !" i
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Cherry Bell Flour ? 1 or"
24. Ib sack O I .UO

Sauer's Self-Rising
24 lb sack

Walter Baker's Cocoa

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

Senate Coffee,
three pounds for.




. 30c
. 40c
.. 75c

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,

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen,

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

40 c


95 c
75 c

Porina Feed lor Cows, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

Special Sale of Bicycles

$55.00 Regular price GOG? A A
Sale price........ ii)OD.UU
Terms of $5.00 First Payment. $3.00
Per Week After.

1 Ford, light truck.... $125.00
1 Overland, 5-pass., special Six.. $350.60
1 Baby Grand, Chevrolet. $250.00
1 Maxwell, 5 passenger. .... $250.00

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Ft. King Ave. and Osceola Ave. Ocala, Fla.

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



H Everything To Eat


Telephone No. 243



Attention, Discharged Soldiers and Sailors
If you have an unadjusted compensation or other
claim 'of any nature growing out of your enlistment
service, see the Clean Up Squadron of the Govern Government
ment Government at the Ocala Armory, October 1st, 3rd 4th
and 5th.
Marion Connty Chapter American Red Cross


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

dark forest without- ana soaked 1 Thetis Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Em balm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

! On the way to Silver Springs don't
: forget to stop at the Spring Way Inn.
' We serve lunches, ice cream and all
i kinds of cold drinks, also chicken din din-,
, din-, ner, any stayle, at the lowest prices
! possible. Free camping and picnic
j grounds. 27-6 1



MA 0

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
His friends are glad to see that good
old scout, Hamp Chambers out again.
Mr. J. A. Brooks of York was a
visitor Saturday.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter,
Miss Adele Bittinger, are home again
after a two weeks' visit to friends in
Jacksonville and St.. Augustine.
Don't wait, get your school book3
Mr. D. Niel Ferguson went to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon for
a short business trip.
Test our delivery service when you
vant FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
Dr. H. C Dozier reto-ned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from ?. rhort profes professional
sional professional trio to Atlanta.
School books now ready. .Avoid
SHOP. 27-3t
Mr. Charlie Liddon returned yester yesterday
day yesterday to. his home in Orlando, after a
short visit to Dr. and Mrs. G. C.
THE BOOK SHOP is showing some
new things in several lines: Screens,
Pottery, Japanese Linens.
Mrs. Jean Conley, who has been
quite HI for several days, is again able
to resume her duties at Rheinauer's.
;School books now ready. Avoid
After a long and severe illness, Mrs.
James Nicholas, to the joy of her
numerous friends is able to be out
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
, Mr. B. M. Turner, a steady growing
limb of the law, from Jacksonville,
was in town Saturday.
School books now ready. Avoid
Mrs. Charles Mathews of Candler
was visiting friends in Ocala, the last
part of last week.
Mr. W. J. Wilson goes to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this week to attend a meeting
-of cattle growers, who are anxious to
take measures to improve stock.
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. J. M. Douglas and wife and
pretty little daughter, Virginia Louise,
and Mrs. W. T. Kelsey, all of Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, were in town Wednesday.
. For fresh meat call phone 108. Ma ji
Street Market. tf
Mr. M. J. Roess and family of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, spent Sunday the guests of
Mrs. Roess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Anderson.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
Mr. William Whisenant has been
released on bond, Meesrs. Chester
Fort and Henry Livingston having
stood for his appearance;
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and Miss
Dorothy Adams leave tomorrow morn morning
ing morning for Orlando, where Miss Dorothy
Adams will enter ; the Cathedral
school for the coming term.
This is a Studebker year. tf
Dr. J. L. Davis and wife and Miss
Mamie Fant and Mrs. Arh Fant, of
Irvine, all of whom have just returned
from a trip north, were in town Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Doc was down to his last X X-bill
bill X-bill when he reached home, which is
& sign they had a good time.
Deputy Marshal Wilbur Cleveland
spent Sunday with his mother in the
city. He accompanied Judge Call
from Jacksonville as far as Ocala
Saturday and went on to Tampa this
vThe regular monthly meeting of
the C. W. B. M. will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the Chris Christian
tian Christian church, Mrs. Jennie Whitfield de devotional
votional devotional leader. All members are
urged to attend arid friends cordially


Dr. Howard Walters of the Court
Pharmacy, is taking charge of the
teelgraphic reports of the world's
series this year. Dt. Walters plans
to place the ticker in the sample
room of the Ocala House this year and
charge admission, because it appeared
last year that there were more people
interested in hearing reports from the
games than those interested in pay paying
ing paying the Western Union for the serv
ice. Dr. Walters is selling season
tickets at the Court Pharmacy today.
Buy yours now and make it a certain certainty
ty certainty that Doc will get money enough to
put in the service.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Yonce and Mr.
Walter Yonge. who left Ocala two
weeks ago in their car for New Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, have arrived in Bunkie, La., and
in a letter just received from them
they report that at that place they
met Mr. Ed Carmichael on his way
home, and had a pleasant visit with
him. So far Mr. and Mrs. Yonce and j
Mr. Yonge have had a delightful trip,
finding the road good most of the
Mr. Charles Cullen left yesterday
afternoon to resume his studies in the
University of North Carolina, at
Chapel Hill, N. C. Charles is a soph sophomore
omore sophomore in the university vthis year and
looks forward with much pleasure to
meeting his former classmates and
welcoming the freshmen with warm
Mr. and Mrs. George Yancey and
two daughters, of Rio de Janeiro, are
on their way to the states. They are
expected to arrive in New York some
time this week and will come directly
to Candler, where they will visit Mrs.
Yancey's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mathews. Mr. Yancey will
visit in this country abouta month
before returning to Brazil. Mrs. Yan Yancey
cey Yancey before her marriage was Miss An Annie
nie Annie Mathews of this city and has a
large circle of friends who will be de delighted
lighted delighted to know that she intends to
make this her home.
Mrs. L. J. Knight, accompanied by
Misses Jess Dehon and Ethel Home,
who motored to Gainesville Saturday
to attend the dance at the university
Saturday night, returned to Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday and were accompanied by Mr.
Norman Home, who is attending the
The Gainesville Sun says of the
Ocala high school football team:
"Ocala fought bravely to win and
presented a clean game from start to
finish. The game Ocala
lads who tried so determinedly to hold
back the Gainesville onslaught
Thest two extracts tell a story all
their own. The Ocala boys played a
Josing game, played hard and above
all things they played a clean, sports
manlike game. Bravo, Ocala.
Dr. M. C. Izlar cannot longer resist
the call of baseball, and is leaving
this afternoon for New York city,
where he will join Mr. Frank Harris
Jr. and witness the world series to
be played in New York between the
Giants and the Yankees. Doc Izlar
is worrying now about whether he can
get a seat for all the games without
staying in line all night. He is plan planning
ning planning to let Frankie buy the tickets
while he sees the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire left
today in their car for Jacksonville.
Mrs. McGuire will remain there for a
short time, Mr. McGuire going on to
Chicago, where Mrs. McGuire will join
him later.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, who
have been at Asheville for the past
six weeks, will leave for home tomor
row. They will make the trip in their
ear, and expect to reach Ocala the
latter part of the week.
Mrs. W. E. Franklyn returned
heme last night from Sarasota,
wheife she has been visiting her
mother for the past six weeks.
Last night about nine" o'clock a
truck load of negroes arrived in town
from the north, headed for Oxford, to
work on the Sumter county road. They
stopped in Ocala long enough to get
supper and oil and gas for the truck.
Mrs. Jennie Cassil leaves today for
iami for an indefinite stay.
Mrs. Ray Garnett of Plant City, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala yesterday and is the
guest of her sister, Miss Rena Smith.
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will hold its regular
monthly meeting with Mrs. John Pas Pas-t?ur,
t?ur, Pas-t?ur, tomorow, Tuesday afternoon, at
four o'clock.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at the Masonic hall Tuesday at
3:30 p. m.

Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality

Beginning October 1st the rate for
gas has been reduced to $2 per thou
sand feet. In order to make this re
duction it has been necessary to re reduce
duce reduce overhead expense, and in the fu
ture we will not send out a collector.
All accounts are payable at the office
in the Harrington Hall block before
the 10th of the month. If your ac account
count account is not paid on the 10th, service
vill be discontinued without further
notice and a charge will be made for
3-3t-mon Ocala Gas Company.
The many friends of Mrs. Edmund
Martin will be delighted to hear that
she is improving from the severe re relapse
lapse relapse following an operation for the
removal of her tonsils, which she un
derwent in Jacksonville about ten
days ago.
Master Charles Drake has returned
to his home in Ocala, atfer spending
seme time in Jacksonville, the guest
o- his grandmother, Mrs. William
Eauknight, at her home in Spring Springfield.
field. Springfield. Times-Union.
Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur
niture exchanged for old if desires
Theus Brothers. Phone 19.. 23-lm
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
Let us exchange youi old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm
Arrival and departure of passenger
ine following schedule hjures pub published
lished published as information and iot guar
(Eastern Stn'nr.i Tirip)
2:15 am Tsmpi-
Manarre-Sl Petr-hrg 4:05 prr.
2:55 em N York-St. Petrtbrg 1:35
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 Dili 1:?5 pro
1:05 pm Tamr.-St- Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arriv
:20am Jacks'-nviKe-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
eave Arrive
:27 am Jac'ASonville-N'York 2:"3 tm
1:45 nm Jksonville-Ga.tvil e 3:24 pm
6:42 am JksonviHe-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 urn
3:24 pm St.Petsbrr-Lake'and 1:25 ptt
7:10 am Dunne!'on-Wilcx
7:25 am Pun-Uon-Lk, Ian-! 1 1 :03 prr
?:30 pm Homosass 1 :25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 arr
MoiV.v. Wednesday. Friday.
Tuffctipy. ,rlMjrav Saturday,

We stxte 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.


of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended

I! 1 IE
I have decided to put on the mar-J
sell this land in 2 or five-acre lots,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
If Ocala ever builds, she is certain
to build out east on this property.
Ycu can secure a lot on either of the
roads mentioned above. Buy a lot,
set ou an orange grove and let it
bring you an income.
I have 70 acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala, which I will either rent or sell.
House and good well of water on the
place. Will sell on easy terms.-
I am offering for sale one-half of
Block 37 Old Survey, Ocala the
south half of lots 3 and 4. This prop
erty is immediately behind Frank's
Store. Several small houses now on
property which are rented. Will sell
for part cash and balance on terms.
. D. CA
Ocala, Florida.
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
"The Stucco Man
Phone 526
When you want service,-always get
L. E. Cordrey to do it f?r you. He
will do your moving and hauling of
al kinds. Reasonable prices,
phone 434. L. E. Cordrey.
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ir.fc
ir.fc clean-ir.fc your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
A maiden's wishes
Are but three
Over all this world
Who ever she be:
To pretty grow,
To have a beau.
To the bridal altar go
To own a home
And happy be
On a Strout farm
In Marion county,
j Her wishes will come true
I This very fall
! If she will take
A tiD from Agent Hall.
! Representing the E. A. Strout Farm
i Agency, Florida House, Phone 218.
A palachicola oysters at the City
Fish Market Thursday. 3-

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6000 mile guarantee
30x3 non-skid'$ 9
30x3 1-2 non-skid 112
w. '15 roaa way
C. V. Roberts
Phone 305
Barney Spencer
Phone 431
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
ppllcalion for lave
to. Sell
Minora Iind
Notice is hereby friven to all whom It
may concern, that Klizuheth S. Bryant.
as guardian or the estates of KHzabeth
S. Kryant Jr., Frank C. Kryant. James
S. ISryant and Iar;;aret liryant, minors,
will, on the
7lh limy ol XoTfniitcr, A. D. 1021,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. rn., or aa
soon thereafter as tne matter can the
neard. apply to tne itonora-bie ti. i
Florida, at hi office in Ocala. Florida j
iur uuuiuniy iu .eu hi private Haie, ine
following: described real estate and
property of the said minors located In
Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
(1.) Northwest quarter (nwi) of ;
northwest quarter (nw4) of north northwest
west northwest quarter (nw'4) and west half I
(w'i) of east half e) of northwest j
quarter (nwl4) of northwest quarter1
(nw4) of section twenty-nine 2S).
township seventeen (17) south, ranse
twenty-four (24) east, containing 20
acres, more or less, with all personal
property on or used in connection
with the said land; also I
(2.) fThe interest of the said minors in
an undivided one-half interest in a j
pump-insr outfit and -pipinE? owned
jointly by the late Frank C. Bryant
and. A. A. Bartlett. and a loat house
located on th shore of Lake Weir;
. also
(3.) Southwest quarter (sw1,;) of
northwest quarter (tiwi) of north northwest
west northwest quarter nw4) of section twenty-nine
township seventeen 17)
south. lansre twenty-four- 24) east.
containing 10 acres, more or less; also
(4.) A lot or tract of land lying and j
situate In section twenty (20). town- j
ship seventeen (17)' south, range
twenty-four (23) east, described as J
commencing: at a stake on the north
side of Main street. icuth Lake AVeir,
321 feet and inches eat by 4 feet
north from the southwest corner of
section twenty, thence run north 600
feet to a stake on the south tde of
Knox avenue, thence run east cm said
avenue l4 leet ana mcnes to a
stake, thence run south 600 feet to a
stake on the north side of Main
street, thence run we:-t 194 feet and
four inches to point of beginning,
containing- 2 and 28-100ths acres,
more or less: also
(5.) Northeast quarter (neU) of
northeast quarter (neVi). except
southwest quarter swVi) of north-
east quarter ne0 of northeast
quarter ineU). section twenty-four
(24), township seventeen (17) south,
range twenty-four (24) east, con containing
taining containing -30 acres, more or less; also
(6.) Southwest quarter sw) of
northwest quarter (nw) of section
twenty-seven (27), and northwest
quarter (nw'i) of southeast quarter
(se4) of northwest quarter nw)
of section twenty-seven 27) all in
township seventeen (17 south, ranee
twenty-four (24). east, containing iO
acres, more or less: also
(7.) All the personal property on or
used in connection with the above
described tracts of land.
All of the above-described property
to be subject to the dower interest of
Klixabeth S. Bryant, wido of the late
Frank C. Bryant, deceased.
Said lands and proierty atove oe-
scribed belonging to the estate or
r i.,, r, -wted and to be
sol i for the best Interest of the afore-
saio minors.
This 3rd day of October. l!2t.
Oct 3-5t Ouardian,
Don't wait, get your school books


WANTED1 Position by young man,
experienced salesman and office
man. Will consider anything that
is honorable. Apply to O, care the
Star. S0-3t
j KRYSO Sore hai remedy for chick
ens and other poultry, fifty cents by
mail or dealer will get it for you.
Address KRYSO. Box 1163. Tampa,
Fla. 9-8-lm
FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
i Gli SALE SO tres of fine water watermelon
melon watermelon lard cr. ?. A. L. spur near
S;::r,mer field. Call or write Max
F.'-hc!, Ocr.1.-., 20-10t
FOR SALE Two fcur-rocm houses,
just painted. Just cctside city lim limits;
its; limits; oiyOO each. Liberal terms. Big
lots. E. C Jordan, office over
Jake's. 23-12t
Wi.NTED One large ox or team of
two oxen, well broken. Notify price
and ccr.ditions. N. W. Harison,
Ok.awaha, Fla. 27-6t
Large safe, large oak directors
table, wall clock, filing cabinet,
check protector, gas heater, Congol Congol-eum
eum Congol-eum rug 9x12. Apply room 8 Mer Merchants'
chants' Merchants' block. D. S. Woodrow. 27-6t
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf
PEAL Dairy cows, heavy springers
and with calves at foot. Jerseys,
Guernseys and Holsteins, one or
car load. T. B. tested. Dehorned.
Anthony Farms. Anthony, Fla. tf
FOR SALE One Ford roadster, 1921
model, practically new. Apply to
W. H. Meffert, Ocala. 29-6t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. .Apply to
Miss Bessie Whetstone, 715 South
Fifth street, Ocala. ; l-6t
IOST Silver bar pin with pearl set setting.
ting. setting. Reward if returned to the
Star office. l-3t
'FOR SALE 130-egg Cloverleaf in
cubator at half cost; used one sea season.
son. season. Or will exchange for large in incubator
cubator incubator of reliable type. F. J.
Bai-d. four miles south of Ocala on
L2csburg road. P. O. Box 388. It
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
it: Commercial Bank building. Ofike
phone 211 two rings; residence
! v
151. 15-tf
' i
Special Mixtures. Sweet Peas,
Dwarf Nasturtium in Bulk.
Phone 435
Ocala Florida
To Whom It May Concern: This U
to certify that I have this day placed
in the city pound the following de
scribed animal, which has
found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to the ordinance of said
city: One brindle heifer, T. B. tag in
The owners thereof, or
agents, and all whom it may concern,
are hereby notified that if the animal
i.- not claimed and all expenses of
taking and impounding thereof are
not paid within three days from dat
hereof, to-wit: On the sixth day of
October, 1921. I will sell the same to
tV.A ktrrhael onA V 1 C) A 4Bolft
j to taice place Deiween me nours oz Al
1 a. m. and p. m. on said oaj at tne
j cjty pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
A. Holloway, Impounder. It
This is a Studebaker year.

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