ST A a
, PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST Unsettled
VOTED TO STRIKE
Managers of the Railroads Seem De De-.
. De-. termined to Mate No Con Con-cessions
cessions Con-cessions to the Men
Chicago, Oct. 15, rLeaders of the
railroad brotherhoods assembled here
today to consider the challenge of the
railway executives in proposing fur further
ther further wage reductions of approximate approximately
ly approximately ten per cent in the face of the
strike vote just authorized by the
railway men on acecimt of the twelve
"per cent reduction cf last July.
Brotherhood chiefs indicated an im immediate
mediate immediate "vyalkout, at least on some
roads, is under consideration, follow following
ing following yesterday's conference of railroad
men's leaders with ; executives after
the executives had announced they
would apply to the ; railroad labor
board for a wage reduction.
"If I were a betting .man," said W.
G. Lee, president of the Brotherhood
of -Railroad Trainmen, "I would bet
there will be a strike."
A 30-day notice of the contemplated
wage reduction is expected to be an announced
nounced announced today or Monday by the rail railroad
road railroad executives. Reports were current
today that the .railroads..",; would an announce
nounce announce a wage cut effective in thirty
days, without reference to mediation
by the labor board.;
, MAY STRIKE OCT. 30
Sixteen railroad unions have taken
a secret strike vote and authorized
their officers to-order a walkout if
it is deemed advisable, although the
sixteen unions will act independently
of the big four brotherhoods' joint
meeting called for t!his afternoon. One
high union official announced that the
date for the strike had been set but
declined to reveal it. October 30th is
reported as the day The brotherhoods
also have selected a list of ten roads
,cn which the strike will be effective
the first day, the same official said. It
is understood strikes will be ordered
on additional units' of the ten roads
every 48 hours until the roads either
give in or the walkout becomes nation
FAMOUS FLIER JOINS
1 MIAMI BIKE COPS
Miami, Oct. 11. Paul C. Latham,
of Toledo, Ohio, formerly a lieutenant
in the Marine Corps, former, flier in
the aerial mail service, inventor of a
self-controlled bombing plane and the
man who took the place of Lieutenant
Omar Locklear in stunt flying after
Locklear's death, has been appointed
a member of the motorcycle squad of
the local traffic police. Latham rode
a bicycle around the edge of the roofs
of skyscrapers in the, interest of re recruiting
cruiting recruiting and this feat led to the win winning
ning winning of his bride, Miss Lillian Scott,
of Cleveland, Ohio; who saw him per perform
form perform on top of a 14-story building in
that city. Latham and Miss Scott
were married in an airplane 3000 feet
above the ground.
AMERICAN ART IN EUROPE
Arrangements are being made to
hold in Paris next spring an exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of all American art activity, in including
cluding including not only the fine arts, such as
painting and sculpture, btu also the
arts as applied to industry and the
decorative arts, such as furnishings
It is understood that this will be
the first time in which such a com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive (demonstration of the work
of American arists, designers and
architects will be given to the people
The project is to be undertaken at
the request of the French ministry of
foreign affairs and the announcement
is made by Julian Clarence Levi, of
New York, who recently returned here
after a conference with the French
authorities on that subject. Mr. Levi
was for a long time in Paris as an
agent of the Red Cross and of the
French-American anion for open air
schools. He was secretary of the
committee which arranged the recent
exhibit of American architecture at
the Paris salon.
An American committee to arrange
for the exhibition next spring has
been organized with the following
members: William. Anderson, of Bos Boston;
ton; Boston; Paul Cret, Philadelphia, and
Charles Butler and Mr. Levi of New
, York. It is intended to hold the ex exhibit
hibit exhibit in rooms of; the museum of the
Louvre. The space to be given to it
""and the date have not yet been deter determined,
mined, determined, but Mr. Levi said that when
this had "been done the committee
would call upon American artists to
submit 'the exhibi ts from all over the
country so that the exhibition may be
The French people, he said, are in interested
terested interested in obtaining a better knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of artistic effort in America and
this exhibition hi intended to fulfill
weather tonight and Sunday, probably
Mr. Harding Assumes Leadership in
Trying to Avoid What Might
Prove to be a Ruinous
(Associated Press J
' Washington, Oct. 15. Three repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the public on the rail railroad
road railroad labor board were summoned to
the White House today by President
Harding, presumably to discuss means
of averting the threatened strike of
Mr. Harding has assumed active
leadership in the government's effort
to settle the differences between the
railroads and their employes and
designated as the best available agen agencies
cies agencies to avert serious labor complica complications
tions complications the public group of the railroad
labor board and the membership of
the Interstate Commerce Commission."
After a brief session with the pub public
lic public group at the White House this
morning, the conferees went to the
Interstate Commerce Commission,
where the public group, the president
and commissioners conferred. The
president later returned to the White
House, leaving the labor board mem members
bers members in conference with the commis commission.
sion. commission. LENIENT ON THE LADY
Judge Futch Tactfully Avoided Fining
a Distracted Woman
In Judge Futch 's court Friday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, Harden Peterson pled guilty
to three charges 'preferred 1 against
him, namely: having in his possession
distilling apparatus, mash and finish finished
ed finished shine. The attorney for the de defense
fense defense made a pathetic appeal for the
mercy of the court and the attorney
for the state asked that Harden be
made an example to other ; shiners.
Judge Futch sentenced Peterson to
pay $300 and costs for one offense,
$200 and costs for another and sixty
days in Sheriff-Thomas', hotel for jthe
other offense. ...
Immediately upon passage of the
sentence Harden Peterson's mother,
who was in the court room, flew into
a terrible rage and bounced to her
feet almost screaming that her son
should "not go to jail; that the court
was unjust and she would appeal the
case to a higher court. Judge Futch
was very lenient with the lady, for
she was guilty of contempt of court
and could have been given a jail sen sentence,
tence, sentence, but Judge Futch simply walk walked
ed walked from the room and left her talking,
rather than cause more trouble for
HALF-MILLION DOLLAR V
FIRE IN A TEXAS TOWN
Paris, Texas, Oct. 15. Fire which
raged five hours in the business sec
tion here last night and spread into
two, residential quarters was brought
under control in the business district
early today but still burnin gelse gelse-where.
where. gelse-where. The loss is estimated in ex
cess of half a million dollars.'
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Oct. 15. Normal tern
perature, considerable cloudiness and
occasional showers is the forecast for
Florida the week beginning Sunday.
There is no indication at this time of
a disturbance in the West Indies.
HIGHTOWER CONVICTED OF
MURDER OF HESLIN
Redwood City, CaU Oct. 14. Will
iam A. Hightower was found guilty
yesterday of first degree murder -with
recommendation of life imprisonment
by the jury in the case in which he
was charged with the murder of Rev.
Patrick E. Heslin of Colma, Cal.
K. OF P. WORK
Monday night at their regular
weekly fraternal session the Knights
of Pythias xfdl work in the rank of
knight, and it is the wish of the
chanceellor commander that all mem members
bers members of the team be present on time,
so there will be no delay in putting
the work on? Visitors are welcome.
Refinished, re-wicked and put in
good condition. Cold weather is com coming.
ing. coming. Phone 350, Roberts & Spencer. 12t
The new school building at Haines
City is nearmg completion and will
be ready for occupancy very soon.
A two-story fireproof building is o
be built at DeFuniak Springs by the
local telephone company to be used
by the company.
GOIIIG TO RIDE
THRU THE GROVES
Members Ocala Rotary Club Have an
Enjoyable and Educational Pro Program
gram Program for their Next B lee ting
The Ocala Rotary Club will enjoy
a motorcade next Tuesday thru the
orange groves of Marion county. As
it will not be possible to cover the
entire orange belt of the county, the
Lake Weir section has tnien selected
for the tour of the Rotarians. All
of the packing houses "en the lake are
now in operation and have been for
several weeks and in view of the ex extensive
tensive extensive revival in the citms industry
which is taking place in this county,
the trip of the Rotarians is being
planned for the purpose of seeing the
recent developments. A luncheon will
be served in the grove of the Ameri American
can American Fruit Growers Inc., on the west
side of the lake, President Harry Bor
land of the Rotary Club, being con
nected with the organization. The
Rotarians expect to leave Ocala at
noon and to give the entire afternoon
to fche trip.
Marion county will, in all probabil
ity, have th'e largest crop of citrus
fruit this season that she has shipped
in many years. Following the half
million dollar truck crop made in this
county early this spring and summer,
the citrus crop will resc.lt in a sub substantial
stantial substantial increase in the bank deposits.
The two crops account in a large
measure for the prosperity that this
section has enjoyed as compared with
some others during this year. In
view of the fact, that Marion county
is widely known as a general farming
section for its production of staple
crops, it is interesting to note that
the citrus and vegetable crops have
this year practically saved the day.
TAKE GREAT INTEREST
IN ROAD NUMBER TWO
Good Road Workers of Georgia Will
Meet in Florida 26th of
- This Month
The Georgia National Highway As
sociation will meet at White Springs,
in Hamilton county, Oct. 26th. This
date has been selected in order that
the committees from s the various
counties along state road No. 2,. who
are to appear before the highway
commission and governor in regard to
rdad No. 2 might be able to attend
the White Springs meeting the day
before going to Tallahassee. Infor
mation received by the Marion County
Board of Trade indicates that there
will be large delegations from Geor Georgia
gia Georgia at the White Springs meeting, as
the people from Georgia are very
much interested in the completion of
state road No. 2 into Florida.
FOR MISS MOORE
Miss Blair Woodrow was the hos
tess yesterday morning at a bridge
luncheon given in honor of Miss Sue
Moore. The living room of th Wood-
row home was appropriately decorat
ed in pink love vine and there the
guests passed the morning hours
playing bridge. j The highest score
was held by Miss Margaret Lloyd,
who was presented with a silver thim thimble.
ble. thimble. The consolation prize, a glass
mustard spoon, was presented to Miss
Nettie Camp. The hostess presented
Miss Moore with a, crystal mustard
jar as a memento of the occasion.
At noon a delicious luncheon was
served by the hostess, assisted by her
mother, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. The
menu consisted of deviled crabs, po potato
tato potato puffs, hot buttered rolls, olives
and celery, whipped, cream and hot
coffee." The guests included the mem members
bers members of the A club and a few extra,
namely: Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Jr., Miss Sue Moore, Miss
Elizabeth Goff, Miss Nettie Camp,
Miss Mary Burford, Miss Margaret
Lloyd, Miss Eloise Henry and Miss
MAKING READY FOR THE
MARION COUNTY FAIR
The work of getting the fair
grounds in readiness for the fourteen fourteenth
th fourteenth annual Marion County Fair, to be
held this year Nov. 22, 23, 24 and 25,
is progressing. Inquiries made for
the premium list indicate considerable
interest in the coming fair.
A number of local horses are being
worked out on the track at the fair
grounds and the racing program this
year gives promise of being an excel
lent one. The racing at the Marion
County Fair in recent years has been
limited to Marion county horses and
this will be true again this eyar.
It's packed in little pink and white
boxes and they have no equal Arm-
land Complexion Powder and Cold
1 Cream. Only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 12-Ct
FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921
III Ml'ILIIIS TRIAL
On the Part of the State is All In,
and the Case May Go to the
Jacksonville, Oct. 15. Taking of
testimony in the Rawlings trial began
today. Former County Physician
Stinson and Elbert Harrison, treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the Palace theater, were the
first witnesses., Dr. Stinson perform performed
ed performed an autopsy upon the body of
Hickman and Harrison was with the
theater manager when Rawlings shot
and killed him.
Just before the noon recess the
state announced it had completed its
case and it was also announced that
Rawlings would take the stand this
afternoon in his own behalf. It had
been hoped to complete the trial to today,
day, today, but the indications are the case
would not go to the jury before Mon Monday.
MAY OPERATE AGAIN
Judge Bullock May Allow Certificates
Issued for Taxes, and Will Have
Road Thoroughly Inspected
The Oklawaha Valley hearing be before
fore before Judge Bullock came, to a close
Friday afternoon. After hearing all
the evidence and arguments pro and
con, Judge Bullock decided to give an
order next Monday to the receiver to
issue certificates for the payment of
the taxes. These certificates are to
be used only for the purpose of pay paying
ing paying taxes. They are tolbe sold only
at 100 per cent net. They are to be
made payable at any time the court
sees fit to demand such payment.
Messrs. Martin and Hampton, at attorneys
torneys attorneys representing, the bond hold holders,
ers, holders, notified Judge Bullock thai they
might desire to file an1 appeal, and
Judge Bullock told them? he would in incorporate
corporate incorporate ir his order for certificates
that they should not be. issued until
after Wednesday, Oct. 19th. If the
bond holders desire to appeal they
can do so before then and Judge Bul Bullock
lock Bullock will decide on the supersedeas.
If the court grants the supersedeas
the certificates will not be issued and
the Oklawaha Valley will remain in
the hands of the sheriff. If the court
refuses the supersedeas the O. V. will
sell certificates, pay its taxes and run
The attorneys for the bond holders
also gave notice that on Nov. 1st they
would bring proof before Judge Bul Bullock
lock Bullock to show that Mr. Cummings
ought to be removed and another re receiver
ceiver receiver appointed.
Judge Bullock is going to appoint
a competent, disinterested man to go
over the Ocklawaha Valley thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly and report to him the exact phys physical
ical physical condition of the roadbed, ties and
Part of the material is already on
the ground for the construction of an
electric and ice plant for the town of
Ten new store buildings will be
completed within the next few months
at Haines City.
Work is to start immediately on a
large addition to the Methodist church
The Halcvon hotel at Miami has
been leased for the coming season at
a cost of $40,000 to a New York hotel
Clermont has purchased the pri
vately owned light plant and they are
already planning for a 24-hour serv
Fort Myers will soon have a zoo zoological
logical zoological park. 1
The Juliner hotel at Bradentown is
being, remodeled throughout and will
be in tip top shape for the tourist
West Palm Beach is Contemplating
spending approximately $115,000 for
improving its nitration plant and
other public utilities.
The new building of J. S. Simpson
at Brooksville is nearing completion.
It will be a very creditable building
for the town.
The town of Inverness has called an
election' for the latter part of October
to vote on the bonding of their city
for $75,000 for water works and sew sewerage
erage sewerage system.
Wanted, every Methodist man, also
woman and child, to be on hand to
morrow at 9:45 a. m, for Sunday
school in our new Sunday school
building. Ocala Methodist Sunday
SHALL IT BE III
DAKS OR SEVER
Difference of Opinion Between Heyd Heyd-,
, Heyd-, ler and Landis on Number of
Games in Wold's Series
x (Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 15. President
Heydler of the National League, dif differs
fers differs with Judge Landis, commissioner
of baseball, on the advisability of re returning
turning returning to a seven-game world series,
which was the rule prior to 1919.
Judge Landis said at the end of the
recent series he would hecommend a
change at the joint session of the
major leagues the coming winter. Mr.
Heydler said he thought the nine nine-game
game nine-game series necessary because the all
around strength and class of a team
sometimes failed to be brought out in
a seven-game series.
FOR A BIG DAY
Special Program in the Sunday
School Union Service at Night
in New Church
The following well known citizens
of the city constituting the official
board of the Methodist church held a
meeting last night in the new church
building to plan for their special
service tomorrow, when they go back
into their new' building: L. H. Pillans,
J. P. Phillips, Roger Dodd, A. C.
Blowers, W. W. Rilea, 'Carroll Fraser,
W. W. Clyatt, L. W. Ponder, A. IL
Ililman, Mack Taylor, F. W. Cook, H.
B Baxter, D. W. Tompkins, John D.
Williams, C. C. Bryant, Dr. C. W.
Moremen, D. E. Swindell, W. L. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, J. S. McAteer and J. H. Ther Ther-rell.
rell. Ther-rell. There will be a special program
carried out in the Sunday school,
which is under the superintendency of
L. W. DuvaL In the absence of the
superintendent in Kentucky the pro program
gram program will be in charge of J. H. Ther Ther-rell.
rell. Ther-rell. Sunday school begins at 9:45
Special music and preaching at the
11 o'clock service by one of the lead leading
ing leading ministers of the Florida confer conference.
ence. conference. The night service vril again
be featured by special music and a
sermon from one of the visiting ex ex-patsors
patsors ex-patsors of the Ocala church. The
Presbyterian and Baptist pastors, and
their congregations will unite with
the Methodists in their night service.
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
Order of Worship for October 16
Music by the orchestra.
Song by Junior Choir.
Hymn No. 309, Joy to the World,
the Lord is Come.
Prayer by Mr. I W. Ponder.
Antiphonal reading by young la ladies'
dies' ladies' and young men's class.
"Welcome to Our New School
House" Rev. C. W. White.
"The Superintendent's Five .Min .Minutes"
utes" .Minutes" L. N. Green.
Song No. 307,- Come Thou Almighty
"Our Sunday School of Tomorrow,"
J. H. Therrell.
Our endeavor, repeated by the
school in unison: "This school believes
in growing. It deals with lives that
are growing. Help us to make it
grow in numbers, in usefulness and
in unselfish service."
Lesson study period.
Classes retire to their rooms while
the orchestra plays march.
Do you believe in a bigger, better
community, town and state? The only
thing to make your belief come true
is the character making Sunday
school that deals with growing life.
Come out tomorrow 9:45 a. m,. 'Meth 'Methodist
odist 'Methodist church. It
New bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phone
Our orangeade machine is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
The plant of the White House Bar Barrel!
rel! Barrel! Company, which has been closed
down for some time at Hastings, has
started up again.
A new project has been perfected
at Campbellton in the way of a pea peanut
nut peanut hulling plant at the approximate
cost of $25,000.
A new club house is to be built soon
near Pensacola for the Pensacola
Yacht Club. It will be complete in
This is a Studebaker year. tf
GIVE!! A SETBACK
Judge Fisher Sustains Tribune's De Demurrer
murrer Demurrer to Action Brought
Against that Paper
Chicago, Oct. 15. Judge Fisher to today
day today sustained the demurrer of the
Chicago Tribune to the ten million
dollar libel suit brought by the city
of Chicago. He declared that the
city had no cause for action and de denied
nied denied it the right to amend its petition.
The city brought identical suits
against the Tribune and the Daily
News, claiming the papers had print printed
ed printed false statements regarding Chica Chicago's
go's Chicago's financial standing and thereby
injured the "city's credit.
Shock of an Earthquake 2S00 Miles
Off Felt in Chicago
Chicago, Oct. 15. An earthquake
of moderate intensity btu lasting two
and one-half hours was recorded on
the seismograph at the weather bu bureau
reau bureau here today. The center of the
shock was 2800 miles south of Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. The first tremor came shortly
PROGRAM DOESN'T PLEASE
FORT PIERCE POST
Fort Pierce, Oct. 14. A resolution
questioning the "sincerity and -appropriateness"
of the Armistice day pro program
gram program to be "carried out at Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Nov. 11, in honor of the country's
unknown dead, has been adopted by
the local post of the American Legion.
The resolution calls on legion posts
throughout the country, former serv service
ice service men and "the public at large," to
voice similar sentiments. The nation
has not kept faith with those whom it
seeks to honor, the resolution says.
U. OF. F. FOOTBALL NOTES
Gainesville, Oct. 14. After the de defeat
feat defeat Monday at the hands 4t the avia aviators
tors aviators from Carlstrom field, which was
one of the fastest teams that ever
played on Fleming field, especially in
the aerial attack, Head Coach Kline
and Major Van Fleet have made sev several
eral several shifts in the line-up. Duncan,
who has been playing a wonderful
game at end, will be shifted to the
back field to take Dixson's place. Ren Ren-fro
fro Ren-fro will play in the back field, also.
After the game" Saturday with Rol Rollins
lins Rollins and the fast game Monday with
Carlstrom Afield, the teacm has been
given light practice. The Rollins game
was much harder than anticipated and
this fact had a lot to do with the slow slowness
ness slowness on Moriday. The aerial attack of
the aviators was one of the most won wonderful
derful wonderful and fastest exhibitions of foot football
ball football ever seen here. Realizing after
two attempts that the Florida line
was like a stone wall, the aviators
abandoned that style of play and tried
overhead passing. Most of them were
broken up but the few that were suc successful
cessful successful resulted in the score. Up un
til last week the coaches had put roost
of the time on training the line, many
of the men playing in that position be
ing green material. Now that m the
three games played this season, the
line has proven a perfect machine, the
work will shift to developing a
stronger aerial attack and defense
against the same style of play.
The game Monday was a wonderful
lesson to the team in the possibilities
cf aerial work. Under VidaL once
named All-American quarterback,
supported by a number of ex-college
and army stars, the army team had
the aerial style, of attack down to per perfection
fection perfection that could only be gained by
the wonderful material they had to
The wonderful defensive work of
the Florida line gained-many words
of praise from the army team which
was unable to gain a yard against it.
The ends of the Gators and the
back field are concentrating on inter intercepting
cepting intercepting forward passing, improving
their own attack m the air and de developing
veloping developing a stronger system of defense
against the style of play that defeat defeated
ed defeated them Monday.
Altho the loss of Dixson, Florida's
keystone in the back field, and phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal kicker, who also directed the
offense, the Gators by temporary
shifting have overcome the weakness
that showed in Monday's game and it
is doubted that any college game on
the schedule will result in a defeat
for the'local team.
The game against Mercer College
will show the result of the offensive
trailing that they have received this
Call phone 103 wken you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry, llain Street Xlailcct.
This morning 61; this afternoon, SO.
In Order to .Meet Falling Value cf the
German Mark, William Must
Doom, Holland, Oct. 15 The slump
in the value of the German mark is
beginning to affect the former Ger German
man German emperor who is endeavoring to
combat unfavorable financial mnr'i.
tions by reducing his household and
other radical measures. Today tea
members of his staff were dismissed,
including the chief srardener. whosa
place will be taken by William him himself.
self. himself. Gardening has now become a
hobby with William, who appears to
have tired of sawing and chopping
A noted English authoress gets into
one of the currenf popular magazines
with an article which substantially
charges the young women of the Unit
ed States with being immodest, and
she hints at something more, that they
are not, perhaps, immoral, but un unmoral.
moral. unmoral. Her grounds for this belief on her
part is the dress and actions of cer certain
tain certain young women with whom she has
come in contact and their actions
seem to include smoking of ciga cigarettes,
rettes, cigarettes, drinking, wearing objection objectionable
able objectionable clothes and behaving too freely
Now, this is quite an indictment,
and the much-agitated authoress asks
the reason for this breaking down of
the morals of the young women of
this country. She has a theory, but
it is not the right one.
In the first place, if she had any
grounds for her rather broad asser assertions
tions assertions as to the actions and appearance
of American girls, she derived her ex
perience from a very limited circle of
young people, of whom the country is
as much ashamed as she appears to
In the next place, the indictment is
too broad. It is so broad that it hard
ly contains a grain of truth to a ton
cf assertion. The girls of America.
row growing into young womanhood,
the young women, and the elder ones
are not the reckless characters pic pictured
tured pictured by this more or less distinguish- t
ed authoress. By a vast, vast majo majority
rity majority they are sweet, pure, home home-loving
loving home-loving women, fit to be the mothers
of the coming generation, which will-
be as far in advance of this genera generation
tion generation a3 this was of the last.
She should have had the experience
of another writer in another recent -magazine,
in which the writer found
much to criticise in the rather for-
ward actions of a young girl on a
train. The writer took a very great
dislike to the young woman because
she appeared to be altogether too fa familiar
miliar familiar with young men on the train
whom she had never before met. But
when an old lady had to be relieved of
worry, when a baby on the train had
to be soothed and quieted, when it
was a lady who was taken suddenly
ill and had to be taken care of, it was
the flippant girl, and no one else, who
was the good angel of the train, and
the writer of that especial article
suddenly changed her opinions as to
the real character of the young wom woman
an woman who had attracted her attention.
So the English writer, if she had
seen the real American girl, would, in
all probability, have changed her.
mind. But the point in the article al alluded
luded alluded to is that it was written by an
English authoress who has gained no notoriety,
toriety, notoriety, if not fame, for writing some
of the most erotic books of our day,
and when she inquires the reason for
the breaking down of the morals of
the young women, if they have broken
down, she overlooks the fact that she
has contributed very largely to that
Think of the writer of "Three
Weeks" and like books complaining
of the morals of. the your.g women of
thi3 dax, and getting money for her
REMARKABLE BIRD DOG
With the approaching hunting sea season,
son, season, Jake Goldman has secured a new
pointer for his sporting goods store.
The unusual ability of this dog is at attracting
tracting attracting the attention of all who go
into Jake's store. "Sport" ba3 be zn
standing at a pom t ofrowt
standing at a point for two days
without moving a muscle. Jake will
not lend this deg even to hi3 best
friend, for Sport is painted on tta
wall in oiL Along with Sport is a
hunter and 'a bird that Jake says Is
a quail but many seem to think the
bird of different ancestry. The paint painting
ing painting was done by Jake's brother-in-law,
Mrv Leslie Green, and is a good
piece of work which fits in vrell with
the line of hunting goods carriad in
Jake's popular store.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1921
PabHssed ETery Day Except SuBdar by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
IS VStaVf M. wmMr A.m.
a scandal of year before last, when
Chicago lost to Cincinnati, will keep
professional baseball clean for quite
H. R. Crrll, Prwiideat
P. V. 1eTeasod, Seretry-Trere
J. H. lira jam Lb, Editor
Entered at Oca la, Fla..
It's the Star's opinion that the Ku Kuklux
klux Kuklux Elan is more of a fake and a fad
than a felony, and if let alone will
soon go to pieces and die of itself.
Wizard Simmons seems to be an old
TIME FOR A CHANGE
One of the most prominent citizens
and taxpayers, writes to the Star as
"Editor Star: I want to thank you
for your timely editorial on the city
manager plan in yesterday's Star. The
old method has been thoroughly tested
and no change in 15 years, except the
Baal OfSee .Flre-Oae
E&Jtrial Department -Two-Sereai
Saetetr Reporter Klve-One
man of good intentions and sincere J water and light plant, and yet the
Americanism, some of which, qualities I taxes increase annually; really about
have turned into wrong channels. Un- J doubled in the past eight years. The
doubted' there are other good but! same kind of streets now as we have
mistaken men in the order; some 1 had for years. When we voted bonds
sharpers like Clarke and Mrs. Tyler, I for water and lights we verily be-
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eJuf are making money out of it, and lieved the dividends would help pay
aii news dispatcnea credited to it oria much larger proportion wno navel the taxes, but not so.
I do not mind
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inn the local news
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mat measure aoes not vitnaie ireaiy i ana sana up tiie uuis auu uuwu ugaui.
stipulations, then it is difficult to know
what could do that. The vote stood 47 AT THE CHURCHES T0B10RR0W
in the affirmative and 37 in the nega negative.
tive. negative. ; Now if the House will get busy
and do the right thing it may be pos possible
sible possible to save the country from the dis-
ing to it conveys the feeling of being improvements. Let's have a change.
a part of something great and mys-1 We will hardly do worse with, a busi
terious. Iness manager. Let's not stand idly
iby running in the same old rut, snif-
Says the DeLand News:. "By the fing lime dust and let other towns no
vote of the Senate on the resolution I larger than Ocala build up, moving out
to give certain coastwise vessels free! their borders with improvements, giv-
passage 'through the Panama canal, J ing work to their idle laborers and en en-that
that en-that body has brought disgrace to it- hancing the value of their property,
is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and, directors
makes a connection heie all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
based on four-inch mLnirmi-m. Less than
four Inches will take a higher rate,
whtah will be furnished jvoti abdica
Reading Notices t Five cents frer line
for first insertion; three cents iper line
for each : subsequent tesertlon.. One
ehange a week allowed oil readers with
out extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at. legal rates.
A really, truly Everett True would grace of the Senate's action.'
live about four days. :
I The Times-Union thinks that the
only thing that will save America
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "National Revivals."
. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
that Mayor Mitchell is trying to have from the disgrace of breaking a treaty Kaipb. Cleveland leader.
himself persecuted. 1 j will be President Harding's veto of the
Panama canal tolls exemption bill. A
Who said talk was cheap? It costs j rather slender,, hope. If Mr. Harding
ps 4U cents every time we taiK to i vetoes tne om, it win prooaDiy De De-
cruse tne cntisn government orangs
to bear on him some influence stronger
Gainesville over the phone.
The congregation will worship with
the Methodists at the evening hour.-
A cordial invitation is extended to
There wouldn't be so many unem-Jthan that of the faction of his party
ployed if so many were not so fastid supporting the bill. It is not likely it
icus 'about what sort of work they do. j would have passed the Senate" if the
republicans in that body hadn't reason
Tom Watson says he doesn't belong
to the Kuklux Klan. The members
of the kafoogelum in his home town
must have blackballed him.
to expect Mr. Harding's approval.
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Twenty-first. Sunday after Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Special service in observ observance
ance observance of the jubilee of the Woman's
Auxiliary .of the Board of Missions of
the Episcopal church. All cordially
! The Nashville Tennesseari says:
"More drunkenness in America than
anywhere else in the world, says Gas- J mvjte(j
ton Monnett, traveling investigator Nq eveni gervice
ior a rrencn Dranay concern, wme
Drunks will be rare then. An evil
thousands of years old can't be wiped
We haven't heard any more of the out overnight. Most jags now come
cold wave predicted Wednesday. It from homemade hootch. After the
Some fellow in New York sends us
a magazine that we don't want and
says he trusts us to send him ten cents j back in ten years, my
in return. He trusts us too much.
unroe & Chambliss National Banh
Rccn 9, Gary EIccI;
mist have been waved down before it Jrovelty wears oflF, cellar chemists willL
Rev. C. L. Collins. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday scnooL
11 a. m. Morning worship with
sermon, suoject,1 "xne xaan vyuu
went very far.
Since the suffrage amendment went
into effect, the registration' lists show
that some mothers are younger than
decide ; it's more
We notice some of our contempo contemporaries
raries contemporaries speak of the repeating rifle li license
cense license law being obsolete. It isn't ob obsolete
solete obsolete in this county, by any means.
Railroad men are with few excep exceptions
tions exceptions sensible men, and it looks like
there should be enough good sense
among employers and employes to
prevent a strike that will be disastrous
to both and to the general public
also. However, if there isn't, they
6:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:30 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
No preaching at night in courtesy
to the Methodist brethren who have
just reopened their splendid church
r MONDAY'S MEETING
The monthlv inspirational meeting
had better go ahead and strike it out. k the Woman's Auxiliary of the First
Talk has been going on for six years PrPSWerian church will be held at the
St. Petersburg girl j said to have about a nation-wide railroad strike, .vnrp, Mondav afternoon at 4 o'clock.
committed suicide because of the and if one really occurred we think it The fign mission program. "The
aeatn oi a lover, r ust instance oi would take tne aampnooiisnness out cross Gf Light," will be given, Mrs.
real, old-fashioned love been reported jof a lot of people.
in the newspapers for some time.
Dade county school authorities an-
Business stood still for an hour injnaunced the closing of schools for
Gainesville, while the remains of ex- lack of funds, but the Miami banks
Editor McCreary were; laid to their came to the fescue and will finance the
final rest. Such honor is paid to the schools through October. We are
memory of but few newspaper men. I limited as to. funds for education, but
war preparations must go right on.
When the defendant is guilty be- Bronson Times-Democrat.
yond a reasonable doubt, it's up to hisl Education won't save ; you if the
attorney to suggest the unreasonable other fellow gets the drop on you.
doubts. Lakeland Telegram.
He never fails to do it. ;
W. F. Creson leader. Miss Ruby Ray
of Martel, will conduct the devotional.
Miss Ray is a most magnetic speaker
and will have a message for every
The public is cordially invited.
Program for Service Sunday, Oct. 16.
Wish we could attend that meeting J jesus League.
Leader, Miss Mamie Shedley. Sub
ject, "Out and Out for Christ."
Sonir. Tis So Sweet to Trust in
George Mathews of the Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Sentinel repeats the old say saying,
ing, saying, "Truth crushed to earth will rise
again." Unfortunately, Truth puts in
most of her time in being crushed
It pays to advertise, and the an announcement
nouncement announcement that the state highway
commission", is preparing for immed immediate
iate immediate work in Marion county shows that
it also pays, sometimes:, to agitate.
of the South Florida Press Associa
tion at Lakeland Friday and Saturday
and see the ladies, pin the prize on
"Thorn" for being the ugliest man in
the world. Sanford Herald.
Thorn's ugliness would not attract
much attent ion if he wasnt sucn a I
That the Times-Union has said
some real good things lately and is
shaking 'em up. Charlie Jones' Observer.--'.
Golly! The millenium next.
The following gentle reminder to
twentieth district politicians comes
from the Summerfield Chronicle: "We
understand it is Sumter county's time
to furnish the next state senator for
Marion and Sumter counties. ; Wake
up, Sumter, and give us the best you
have and let his name be getting be- Gold League,
Scripture, I Cor. 11:1-15; Phil. 1:21.
Selection by orchestra.
Song, The Name of Jesus League.
Address by president.
Consecration and the Test Miss
"Like Christ" Miss Maud Little.
Song, I Need Thee Every Hour.
Concentration Miss Mary Bryce.
Vocal solo Mr. L. W. Ponder.
"Christ First" Robert Park.
"Partial Consecration Disastrous,'
Song, His Love is Far Better than
fore the people. We wish to see the
The street beggar and the back Fentleman'S aSreement ke'
door beggar have hit Florida. Turn
them down and when they get hungry
enough they'll go to the. proper offi officer.
cer. officer. Leesburg Commercial.
A solid chunk of good advice.
Reading Miss Thelma Smedley.
"Lookine Unto Jesus" Miss Mar-
Song, Come Thou Fount.
"Paul's "Convictions" Mr. Cunning
Some people will say, of course, that
we are unreasonable, bat it seems to
us that Receiver Cummings would
have saved all hands a lot of trouble
by paying the O. V. taxes as they fell
The appearance of Tom Watson be before
fore before the congressional committee in
vestigating the 'Kuklux, in order to I ham.
mention hinnine' board salaries, was Remarks on the subject,
another of those demagogical appeals
of the unscrupulous Georgian to un unthinking
thinking unthinking prejudice. The shipping
board is rotten, but what has it to do
with the Kuklux?
Song, Take My Life and Let It Be.
Every one is cordially invi ted.
A SPECIAL PROGRAM
Mr. John Thomson has decided he
. has too much work of his" own to
properly attend to city affairs. John
The Sunday school of the First Bap
tist church will put on a special pro program
gram program at their regular session at 9:45
is the wis"e boy. No man should take Sunday morning. Exercises have been
public office unless he believes he can
give it the attention it should have.
The friends of W. R. Pedrick want!
him to be a candidate as alderman in
the third ward. Walter is a live wire
and has a good idea of what the peo people
ple people want. He should come on in while
the coming is good.
Exchanges aren t the ;. same since
Brother Benjamin of the Ocala Star
quit paragraphing and ; inaugurated
the long-winded editorial practice.-
We have run out of wind, if it s
any comfort to you to know it.
Sporting writers- noti ih&t the
Giants knocked themselves out of
planned in connection with the work
of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign
and an excellent program is promised
All will be welcome.
Geo. MacKay & Co.
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I have decided to put on tha market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave
nues. Will sell 2 or five-acre loU
part cash and five years to pay bal
ance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
Dronertv. Buy a lot and start you an
nnnn H orange grove.
iuv n 4 -i
oeventy acres oa uuc waiu uitiuu
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or sell House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
Drorjertv is immediately ? behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on nronerty which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
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"Cherry, do you believe it?" she
Cherry, roused from a moment of
brooding silence, shrugged ter shoul shoulders
ders shoulders impatiently. V
"Of course I believe it!" she an answered.
"But, darling, we dop't even know
who wrote .it. We have only this wom woman's
an's woman's word for it
"Oh, look at it look at it, Allx!"
Cherry burst forth. "Do decent men
have letters like that sent, to their
wives? Is it probable that a good man
would do anything to rouse some
busybody woman to write such a let letter
ter letter about him?"
"Well, but who is she, and what do
you suppose she wrote it for? Alix
"Oh, I don't know. She f;ot mad at
him, perhaps. Or perhaps she is a
champion of this Woods woman. They
had some quarrel how do I know?
But you can see that she in mad, and
this is the way she gets even!"
"Cherry, at least do Martin the
justice to ask him about it !" Alix
Her sister seemed not to hear her.
The misery in her beautiful -eyes made
Alix's heart sink. r;
"And that," Cherry said in a whis whisper,
per, whisper, "is my husband!" ;
She paused, staring down at the
table, one hand supporting her fore
head, the other wandering idly among
the breakfast things. Her look was
somber and far away. Alix, standing,
watched her distressedly, through a
long minute of silence. 1
"Well!" Cherry said lifelessly, look
Ing up at her sister with dulled eyes.
"What now? It's still 'for better or
Alix sat down, and for a moment
covered her face with a tight-pressed
hand. When she took it away there
was new serenity and resolution in her
"No," she said, with a great sigh, "1
think perhaps you're right He hasn't
he should have no claim on you
"Alix,! Cherry demanded, "would
you forgive him?"
"Perhaps I wouldn't," Allx said,
"Perhaps you wouldn't I" Cherry
"Well, I'm not very good," Alix said,
hesitatingly. "But a vow is a vow, you
know. If it was limited, then my
my fulfillment of it would be limited,
I suppose. Of course," she added,
honesUy, "I'm talking for myself
"And you would quieUy forgive and
forget!" demanded the litUe sister, in
1 say I hope I would I" Alix cor corrected
rected corrected her. "Even if this is true" she
added, with a glance at the lavender
letter "still, I suppose the rule of for forgiving
giving forgiving seventy times seven times
Cherry Interrupted her with a burst
of bitter and rebellious weeping.
"Oh, my God, what shall I do!' she
sobbed, with her bright head dropped
on her arm.
, "Don't Cry, Cherry, Cherry!" Alix
said, her own tears brimming over.
She came to kneel beside her sister,
and they locked their arms about each
other, and their wet cheeks touched.
"Don't cry, dear!' she said, tenderly.
"It'll all come straight, somehow, and
we'll wonder why we took it s hard
Now listen to me, Sis," as soon as
Cherry had somewhat regained her
composure. "We'll ascertain about
this letter; that's only fair. If Martin
"Of course bell deny it !" Cherry
interrupted, from the bitter knowledge
she had of him. f
Alix again felt daunted for a second
by the sheer ugliness and sordidness
of the matter, but she returned to the
"Suppose we get Peter to ask him,"
she suggested suddenly. "Peter has a
wonderful way of getting the truth
out of people !" Poor Cherry, the very
mention of his name makes her
wince, Alix thought, watching ber
sister sorrowfully. "If Martin can
convince Peter that it is not true,
then that makes all the difference in
the world," she added, aloud. "Then
you tell Martin frankly that you have
the old house ready to live in, and you
want to live there. He"
"Hell never agree to that !" Cherry
said, shaking her head. "But if this
is true?" she asked, again indicating
"Then tell him that unless he agrees
tVfA!iui7 to ft c-T'irat'on." AHt F"-1',
"And live here, alone, under that
sort of a cloud?" Cherry said, with
watering eyes. "Oh, well!" she said,
rising, and going toward the door.
"It's horrible horrible horrible
whatever I do! What is your Idea
that we should dine, and go to the
Orcheum tonight as if nothing had
happened, nnd let all this wait until
yoa can ask Peter to cross-examine
"I wonder If Martin would tell me?
Why couldn't I pretend that I opened
that letter by mistake and frighten
him into admittinglt, if it's truer
"You could," Cherry admitted, life lifelessly.
lessly. lifelessly. "But you may be sure it is
true enough !" she added.
"Then leave it to 'me!" Alix said.
"And don't feel too sad. Cherry.
Xou're young, and life may take a
turn that changes everything for you.
You always have Peter Peter and
me, back of you!"
"Alix, you're the best sister agirl
ever had!" Cherry said, passionately,
putting her hand on Alix's shoulder.
"I wish I were as big as you are!
And he's made me so wretched," whis whis-'pered
'pered whis-'pered Cherry, with trembling lips,
"that sometimes Tve been sick of life
But I will investigate this letter, and
If it's not true, 111 try again,"" Alix!
I'll go away with him, if he wants me
to, or I'll Eve here and study French
and go to lectures with you
"You darling!" Alix said, with an
That night it was simply managed
that Martin should be next to Alix, in
the loge at the theater, and she be began
gan began to question him seriously at once.
All through the strange, unnatural
day that followed her night of vigil
she had been planning what she should
say. to him, but she and Cherry had
not spoken of the subject again.
Cherry had dressed herself .with her
usual dainty care, and now, with the
violets Alix had given' her spraying In
a great purple bupch at her breast,
and her blue-eyes ringed and thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful under her soft little feathered hat,
she was so arrestingly lovely that Alix
was well aware of the admiring
glances from all sides to which she
was so superbly indifferent.
"Martin," she began, "I read a let letter
ter letter Intended for Cherry this morn morning.
ing. morning. I I open" all the mail !"
She had to repeat it twice before he
realized that there was something be behind
hind behind her earnest and significant tone.
Then she saw him stop twisting his
program, and veer about toward her.
She murmured a question.
"Do I what?", he asked, in an under undertone
tone undertone instantiy lowered.
"Do you know a girl named Hatty
Woods?" Alix repeated, cautiously.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf h. b. wmrriNGTON.
W. K. Lane, 3L D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adr.-tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one mesvl ticket for $7. Phone
-CO, 310 N. Main street. tf
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
ICS. Main Street Market. tf
The Curry Feed Company asks tele-
I can now give yoa tis
the most careful
DR. K. J. WEimV
Optcraeirist; and Optician
. Freight Snec!mlist
Complete, assortment of the genu-
phone subscribers to,, insert in their me Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
directories its number, 333. J Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drc Store
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"Do You Know a Girl Named Hatty
All hope died 'when she saw his
face. "What about her?" he asked,
"Somebody wrote this letter about
her," Alix started, quickly.
"Who wrote you about her? Whafd
she say?" he demanded quickly.
"Just 111 let you see it," she said.
"I don't know who. wrote it It wasn't
signed. Do you do you know her?
Do you know Hatty Woods? She said
The letter said v
"Oh, sure, I know what she'd say!"
Martin conceded, furious at Alix's in
terference, trembling with anger and
resentment, and only anxious to close
the conversation. "I know all about
her and her kind. I think I know who
wrote that letter, too. You give it to
me tomorrow and I'll manage it. There
won't be any more !" ;
"Martin," Alix whispered, gravely,
"if you have given Cherry any cause
" Her voice fell, and there was a
"There are a great many things In
life that you don't understand, my
dear sister-in-law, Martin said re-
. luctantly, nettled, "a man's life is not
a woman's isn't intended to be! If
this woman sajs she has anything on
me Well, now, I'll tell you some something
thing something and you can tell your sister if
'this s a frame-up, that Til fight Hatty
Woods and fifty Hatty Woods! I'
"Martin for heaven's sake!" Alix
warned him. as she pressed her vio
lets ajrninst her face.
"Well." he said, surlily, "now you
know how I feel about it!" j
"Martin." Alix pleaded, feeling that
her last hope was sinking away from
her, "can you deny her story?"
"You get Cherry to deny that she's
never iot a chance to beat It away
from home ever since she was mar
ried," he said. "You get her to deny
that she has said over and over again
that she never wapted children, that
her marriage was a mistake! You
ask her to show you the letters I've
written her, asking her to come back,
and then Fll show you the answers 1
"Mart" Alix said, sharply, "there's
no use in your taking that tone with
me! That will do no good! If this
poor girl, this Untiv
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Copyright 1921 Hart SchaSncr &. Marx
1 O O T
Young Man, Don't Cut off $5.00
From your suit, to blow in on something that is
not worth while
You Can Pay Too Much
For your suit
You Can Pay Too Little
Let us show you our shape retaining clothes at
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Stetsoii Hats and Hawes Hats
Johnston & Murphy and Waterman's Special Shoes
Manhattan and Wilson Bros. Shirts
Full Line of Soys' Suits WiHSu Tw
Fair of Trousers, eoys yvereoa
Well selected line of Neckwear, Hosiery and
Fill in Notions
OUR GUARANTEE WITH EVERY ARTICLE
PURCHASED AT THIS STORE
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OCALA ETEKIN6 tAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1921
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 liar liar-rington
rington liar-rington Hall hotel. 30-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
oa a triaL Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 163 and
PEAL Dairy cows, heavy springers
and with calves at foot Jerseys,
Guernseys and Holirtems, one or
car load. T. B. teisted. Dehorned.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. tf
WANTED Velvet beans. Will pa
75 cents per 100 pounds, delivered.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 6-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms .for
light housekeeping, second floor.
Bath and other modern convenien-
iences. Apply to Mrs. S. A. Stand
lev. 447 Oklawaha Ave. 7-6t
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
Mail orders returned same day as
received. Call phone 542. C. G.
Wile, manager. 10-6-tf
WANTED A few select boarders in
Drivate home. Room suitable for
man and wife, two ladies or two
gentlemen. Phone 413 or apply at
I 18 North Watula street. ll-6t
FOR RENT Front bed room, either
for, one or couple.; Phone 238, or
s No. 34 North Sanchez. ll-6t,
FOR RENT Unfurnished desirable
five or seven-room apartment with
two large halls, "bath, large, airy
rooms, large porch, garage, all
modern conveniences, private en
trances. Possession Oct. 15. Apply
. Mrs. George Blitch. 10-ll-6t
FOR RENT Furniished, four-room
lower apartment on Oklawaha Ave.,
screened porch, bath, large airy
rooms, electric amge, modern con-
-veniences. Private entrances, ga garage.
rage. garage. Possession Nov. 1. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitcli. ll-6t
PLANT ;.' .-..'.
LATE AND LUE GIM
GONG ORANGE AND
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTMANS NURSERY CO.
SUGAR SATURDAYAND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth f ether groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
For fresh meat call phone 108. Ma'a
Street Market. tf
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Stanaland
Lynne were in town today.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
Citj Fish Market. 24-tf
Mrs. Robert Blake is at home from
a short visit in Orlando.
A good line of wood heaters. We
put them up. Roberts & Spencer. 12t
Mr. Leslie Green of Canada, is in
Ocala visiting his sister, Mrs. Jake
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
Mrs. Annie Stroud is visiting Fort
'Mr. and Mrs. R. Wise and children
of Dunnellon were in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lloyd have gone
to Gainesville to spend the week-end
with Mr. Lloyd's mother.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. W. O. Brewer of Romeo, was in
the city today.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, we regret to
say, has been ill the past few days.
Miss B. FJdridge of Wildwood, was
in town this morning.
Miss Mary Moody of Citra, was in
the city today.
Dr. and Mrs. T K. Slaughter were
in town today.
Phone 562, Crescent Market, for
best fresh meats. We sell the best
steak and roast for 25c pound. 15-3t
Mrs. Charles MacLucas and two
children left today for Hernando to
visit Mrs. MacLucas' sister, Mrs. J.
Minnehaha Indian moccasins for
both men and women. Prices attrac attractive.
tive. attractive. Slippers more so. Little's Shoe
Parlor, W. Broadway. 14-3t
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from Orlando, where
she attended the convention of the
Our orangeade machine is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received' a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t
Mr. W. V. Newsom of Jacksonville,
arrived in Ocala this afternoon to
spend his vacation with his mother.
Misses Hilda Budd, Faire Stinson
And Christian McKenzie of Leesburg,
st ent yesterday in Ocala, the guests
Ernest Roberts, auto for hire. Any Anywhere
where Anywhere in the city 25 cents'. Phone
FOR RENT Furnished, very desir desirable
able desirable lower apartment, four rooms,
bath, sleeping porch, pantry, built built-in
in built-in cupboard, large grounds, close
in, well furnished, modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Possession Oct. 15. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch. ll-6t
FOR SALE 490 Chevrolet in first
class condition. A genuine bargain.
See C. G. Wile at Singer Sewing
Machine office.' i 12-4t"
LOST Between Mcintosh and Ocala,
Tuesday, Oct. 11th, white and liver
colored pointer; answers to name of
"Woodrow." Reward of $10 will be
paid for return. A. M. McNeill,
- Gainesville, Fla. t 12-6t
WANTED Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply in
writing to Robert Riddle, care the
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Second floor.
, bath. Apply to 628 North Magno
lia street. 13-13t
FOR RENT Six room cottage with
all modern conveniences; thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly screened; garage in connection,
and all the garden space you want.
Apply to R. L. Carter, taxi driver.
Phone 526 or 527. 13-tf
Found the PLACE that I
was looking for the
where they teach your dol dollars
lars dollars to have cents.
Pillsbury Flour 98 lb. sack. $5.45
Pillsbury Flour, 24 lb. sack. .. .$1.50
Pillsbury Flour, 12 lb. sack 80c
Gold Medal Flour as above.
Best S. R. Flour 96 lb. sack $4.50
Best S. R. Flour, 24 lb. sack $1.15
Best S. R. Flour, 12 lb. sack..... 60c
Good & Guaranteed Self Rising
Flour, 96 lb. sack. ... ... .$4.00
Good & Guaranteed Self Rising
Flour, 24 lb. sack. ....... $1.05
Good & Guaranteed Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb. sack 55c
Meal, W. G. Juliette, per lb. .23c
Meal, Cream, Hudnut, per lb. ...2zc
Grits, Pine, Medium or Coarse.
Meal and Grits, sack 100 lb $2.35
Michigan Navy "Beans, per lb.... .8c
California Baby Lima Beans, lb... 8c
California Black Eye Peas, lb. .... 8c
Rice, Honduras, per lb. .9c
Rise, Blue Rose, per lb. ....... .7'2C
Sugar, per lb ......... '. .7Vic
Eagle Milk 23c
Dime Milk ..... 15c
Bacon, White ... ......15c
Bacfn, Smoked ... 23c
Swift Premium Ham, per lb ..... .34c
Cam pound Lard,, per lb. 14c
Best Butter, per lb .48c
Potatoes, Maine Cobblers ...49c
Onions, California .............. .7c
Cabbage, per lb .... 6c
Apples 2 V2 inches, per dozen.... 40c
Full line of Fruits and Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Also Feed, Hay
and .Seed Oats.
STOVE WOOD AND KINDLING
Lot of well seasoned pine ends from
planing mill. Can deliver, in any
quantity on short notice. Phone
446 or 373 14-6t
WANTED Every Methodist man,
' also woman and child, to be on hand
tomorrow at 9:45 a. m. for Sunday
school in our new Sunday school
building. Ocala Methodist Sunday
HELP WANTED Every man, worn
an and child in Ocala who is not a
member of some Sunday school to
visit the Methodist school tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 9:45 a. m. V It
Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jr. and little son,
of Tampa, arrived this afternoon for
a visit to Mrs. Bryan's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Stripling.
About 60 pairs of ladies' pumps and
oxfords to close out at 50 per cent of
former price. Little's Shoe Parlor. 3t
There will be no preaching service
at the Baptist church tomorrow eve evening
ning evening owing to the reopening of the
Forty pairs of boys' oxfords to
c'ose out at two dollars the pair.
Former price from four to -seven dol dollars.
lars. dollars. : Little's Shoe Parlor. 14-3t
Dr. C. L. Collins, pastor of the First
Baptist church, will conduct the serv service
ice service at the industrial school tomorrow
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
, Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Offiie
nhone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf
Entire STOCK on SALE
122 Main Street
Opposite Harrington Hall.
Acetylene Welling s
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
When vou 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. II. CRAMER
P.O.Box 310 Ocala, Fla.
Pretty line of felt bedroom slippers.
All colors, leather soles, cushioned in inner
ner inner soles. Prices attractive. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 1 14-3t
Mrs. Walter Ray of Martel arrived
m Ucala Thursday after a pleasant
summer spent in North Carolina. Mr.
Ray who has been there since May,
returned home yesterday.
The coffee, sandwiches and other
good things sold today by Methodist
ladies, out the Ocala House veranda,
were greatly enjoyed by those who
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
This bank has been in existence for ten years. Its policy is conserva conservative,
tive, conservative, but at the same time it is in full accord with modern ideas.
Therefore, the condition of the institution has always-been sound and its
v The Officers will be glad to talk over Banking relations with you at any
time, and pledge themselves to serve your interest taithfully when you entrust'
your business to this strong institution.
MEtlBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA
W --' -" V, Sh "k-." O ,. -mm N,W
Like the first exhilarating
breezes of autumn come these
FALL EXQUISITE-FALL HATS
A wonderfully attractive col collection
lection collection of original styles in
street and dress hats. Prices
that relieve the strain on the
purse without sacrificing qual quality
ity quality or style. Our large stock en enables
ables enables us to suit you regardless
of the size of your purse. Let
DeCAMP & WEAVER
Ocala House Block Oppqsite
coors mmm geocesy
Everything To Eat
& MEATS AND GROCERIES, FRUITS AND, .VEGETABLES
v Telephone No. 243
Mr. T. H. Williams and wife have
moved to Ocala from Atlanta. Mr.
Williams is representing the Interna International
tional International harvester Company in Marion
and adjacent counties.
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 10-14-tf
Mrs. E. G. Rivers and infant daugh
ter of Tallahassee, arrived in Ocala
today for visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Moore. Mrs. Rivers
came especially to attend the wedding
of her sister, Miss Sue Moore, to Dr.
H. C. Nichols.
We can make you specially attrac attractive
tive attractive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf
And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finished and
painted inside and out-
El On big lot just outside
h city limits ( no city tax- g
L t JORDAN,
Courtesy. Service. Quality.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We carry a good lirje of Fancy and Staple Groceries at the
RIGHT 4rRICL.S. Seeing is believing. l ay us a visit and
;see for yourself.
'vi SomecCash &' Carry Specials (or Sdnrday and Monday.
Sugar 15 lbs. $ .28
Tomatoes 1 can No.2 .11
King Apples per lb. .10
White House Coffee .35
Smoked Bacon .3D
1 lb can
3 ib. can
is a good
Give ns a Trial lor honest goods at honest Prices
Phone 562 N. Magnolia SI.
Mr. Bert Leigh sends us a postcard
containing a condensed but complete
view of San Francisco. He writes,
"This is T.ery nice, but Florida is good
enough for me. Go to Los -Angeles
Oet. 47 toi 29. Then toward God's
Dyanshine (dye and shine) is a
guaranteed polish for all kinds of
leather gods. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 12-6t
DO YOUR BELIEVE In a bigger,
better community, town and state?
The only thing to make, your belief
come true is the character making
Sunday school that deals with
growing life. Come out tomorrow,
9:45 a. m., Methodist church. It
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beans 20c. lb., cucumbers 50. doz.,
celery 20c. bunch, tomatoes, squash,
Eartlett pears, 'Malaga and ; Tokay
grapes, pineapples, oranges, limes,
grapefruit, lemons at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. Will have
lettuce Saturday. 10-14-2t
NOTICE OF SALE
'- Notice is hereby given that on the
25th day of October, 1921,
at the hour of three o'clock in the
afternoon, the undersigned will offer
far sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
at the garage of the undersigned, on
.tfai-n ctwpt in Ocala. Florida, the
following described property of
George N. Williams:
1 Crow-Elkhart touring car, en engine
gine engine number K-57 161.
That said sale will be made to sat satisfy
isfy satisfy a lien of the mdersned on the
said car against the said Williams for
l-StAt Mnrphr; Motor tampany
Genuine-French briar wood pipes
7ith Bakelite stems, 75c. to 4 each.
,,1,. crM for' ?1.50 to $7. Eit-
RTfCT? IT!JS tl T
klMo I t
You might suppose that, because Willard
will not make a special Ford battery,
the regular Willard Battery (Ford size)
would cost a lot more than others, but
it doesn't. We can show you in five
minutes if youll come in.
CGiLA STORAGE BATTEhY CO.
Phone 318 OCALA, FLA.
The sad news was received in Ocala
yesterday of the death of Miss Otie
Phillips in Atlanta. Mrs. Phillips was
a sister of the late Mrs. W. O. Massey,
and for the past three years had made
her home in Ocala with her sister. No
particulars were given.
Save shoeshine bill3 by using "Dy "Dyanshine";
anshine"; "Dyanshine"; it brightens up your tan
shoes and only requires an application
every two weks. At the Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 12-6t
Help Wanted: Every man, woman
and child who is not a member of
some Sunday school to visit the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Sunday school tomorrow at 9.45
a. ro. It
Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less
than we have ever put them on. The
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
tops on for $10.5d; roadsters, $9.00.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub
ject to change. 10-l-30t
Sheriff Thomas has just returned
from Sanford wher he went after C
L. Murrah. Murrah was wanted be because
cause because he was mixed up with shine.
Not having money to give bond and
having no friends anxious to furnish
same for him, Murrah Is now enjoying
a visit with Mr. Chalker at his secure
boarding house. MrJ Thomas went to
Sanford by Ford route and reports a
When it comes to slogans and push pushing
ing pushing them home, the publicity depart department
ment department of the Dodge Brothers Motor
Company i3 a winner. It's several
slogans for the past few months have
almost become household words.
"What comes after the purchase
price," and its present one, "Over
600,000 owners," are good ones and
cause lots of comment. Mr. Mack
Taylor, local dealer for the Dodge
products, is also a big booster all the
time and never fails to use the slogans
handed -out by his concern.
This U Studebaker year. tf
Fifteen Years Experience
Up-to-Date Lunch Counter
and Dining Room
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
American, French, Spanish and
108 South Magnolia St.
Busy Pcllic Official Sayf Tfced
ford's EWK-Drauflit H!?s Hia
Keep FLysicslly Fit.
I The Most for Your Money
You are sure of the biggest values when you
order from our line.
, Value in the pure wool fabrics, guaranteed
woven in 1921, and in. the trimmings, in the hand
workmanship, in the exclusive styles, in the wear-
J ing service, and in the reasonable prices.
Special days for taking measures: Wednesday
afternoons from three to seven; Friday afternoons
from three to seven; Saturdays, from nine o'clock
A in the morning to noon; and. Saturday afternoon
A from three o'clock to ten o'clock at night.
"jrCaH"and let's look them over together.
v. You will save money by walking up the stairs.
Why pay as much? Why not et it for less?
I J. A. CHANDLER I
120 South Main Street
5 'Upstairs, Room One
Clay 'tr, K."l ha7e twen In
bt;?in-p L re. f- r tnenty-cne years;
an a' -o rc oi ar. '".ing tLe Kentncky
;i:".3 ar 1 hcilo rs (n all kinds of
v?-;cf ur-; undc-r al! kir.is of cca cca-".ft
".ft cca-".ft ons," rr.ys Mr. um 7, Carr, of this
: ce. "T;. fc able to do so, I must
cp phyi-illr fit. and Thed ford's
63 tr.;s '.isea cive me neait-
bes, Ej. lct, I found, came from
rried n.?eis or frcm otj.-tipation.
"I -sras t03v:vcr-d that Black-Dranght
'3 scci, n 'ic I rsj it. and It slrt3
It acts on the
ver, rt-iif-v -- I'-i'liatsticn. and certaln-
!3 srl-r-dii. I ia rever wi'Jiout it.
Wren you hrve a fceliug of disconv
-rt after m-c's. cf-ti-.k;? a bloating
T;-- b-..S;. :t ba.J tretth. aai
.nular c... .ji. i sy:iip;oos. try taking
i pfrch z T3i?"k-Dr.aught after ineals-7-i
ricch cr the dry powdar, washed
ovTTi v ith : shallow of water. This
ri3 Iczii fo'ind to ast the stomach
i-l iiver to carry on their normal
rcrk. zvA helps prevent, or rellere.
Yonr drngrist can supply yen with
his vrtU-l T.owr., pcrely-veetable llrer
;il!cin Iusj2t upon Thedford'a, the
'lainal and ci::y genuine Black-r-f
Genuine French briar wood f pipes
withBakelite stems, 75c. to $4 each.
Formerly sold for ?1.50 to $7. Bit Bit-tins
tins Bit-tins & Phillips' Drug Store. 13-Ct
t T 9
Negotiable Storage RecfpU Issued oo Cotton. Autmo?il. "t-.
L0KG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
ft' UN IT UK 2." ETC
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of fetter groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday ancfMo:aday
only. Phones S77 and 162.
tf IL B. VIUTT1NGTON.
The Gaskins Mill3 at Arcadia,
which have been closed sometime, will
resume operations very soon.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beans 20c. lb., cucunibers 50. do ?,.,
celer 20c. bunch, tomatoes, sqca-b.
Bartlett pears, Malaga and Tokay
grapes, pineapples, oranges, limes,
grapefruit, lemons at the Fcrt Klr.r
Confectionery. Phone Zt",. Will V.t-c
lettuce Saturday. 10-1 :
ThU is a