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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight; Thursday tocalshowers. TEMPERATURES Thia morning, 68; this afternoon, 84.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:24; Sets, 7:28 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 135
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SENATOR

TRAMMELL

SWEPT THE STATE
All Representatives Re-Elected, And
Kukiux Klan Seems to Hare Cap Captured
tured Captured Volusia County
Jacksonville, June 7. (Associated
Press). All members of Congress
apparently are renominated by large
majorities, according to- the latest
figures compiled early today by, the
Times-Union. Trammell is leading
Gilchrist by approximately three to
one. Available returns from forty
odd counties showed a close race be-
tween Campbell, Eaton and Bowden,
for Campbell's place on the railroad
commission.
In Volusia county the so-called Ku Kukiux
kiux Kukiux Klan ticket made virtually "a
clean sweep, according to the DeLand
News, electing a state senator, both
representatives, county judge, at
least two of the five county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners and candidates for minor of offices.
fices. offices. One of the two women candidates
for the legislature apparently is de defeated,
feated, defeated, and the fate of the other is in
doubt. W. T. Hendry is leading Miss
Myrtice McCaskill for the House. In
Pinellas county, Mrs. Katherine B.
Tippets, running for the House, was
second in a three-cornered race. The
leading candidate did not have a ma majority
jority majority on the face of virtually com com-j
j com-j plete returns and a count of the sec second
ond second choice votes will be necessary.
TRAMMELL'S LEAD INCREASES
Additional returns this forenoon
served only to increase the lead of
Trammell over Gilchrist. Only a few
counties are complete. Pinellas coun county
ty county gave Trammell -1266 and Gilchrist
387; Dade, Trammell, 2556, Gilchrist,
1125. Throughout the Third district
Sears' majority over Mac Williams for
Congress was increased.
WAS A BAD DAY FOR WOMEN
Mrs. Julia Turner was defeated for
county registration officer in Marion,
and Jennie Allgood was defeated for
school commissioner in Leon. Stokes
and Fillingim are running closely for
state senator from Escambia, altho'
the indications last night were that
Stokes would be defeated. Through Throughout
out Throughout the Fourth congressional district
Representative Smithwith is piling up
a majority against Hancock.
JENNIE JOINS JULIA
Jennie Ketchum, candidate for the
board of public instruction in Monroe
county, was defeated nearly two to
one by Millard Gibson.
DUVAL DID ITS DUTY
With only five precincts in Duval
missing Trammell has 5765 and Gil
christ 2679. The missing precincts
have a total registration of 335. For
Congress Sears is leading MacWill-
iams bv 1200 votes. The defeat of
Bryan Jennings for the legislature by
A. Y. Milam is assured.
SOON BE OUT OF SIGHT
Returns compiled at 1 p. m. by the
Jacksonville Journal and other state
newspapers served only to increase
the lead of Trammell, Frank Clark,
Sears and Smithwick. The three-
cornered race for the railroad commis
sion between Campbell. Eaton and
Bowden was still close at that hour.
MISS GODWIN
,Miss Daisy Bell Godwin died at the
home of her father, W. A. Godwin
yesterday afternoon, at 6 o'clock, at
Lacota. She. was sixteen years of
age. The friends of the family wil
sympathize with them in the loss of
their daughter and sister. She had
week sick for about a week. The
funeral services took place from the
family residence this afternoon at 4
o'clock and interment was made in
the family plot in the Lacota ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Sam R. Pyles & Company were
the funeral directors in charge of the
arrangements.
JUDGE BALLINGER
Seattle, WTash., June 7. (By the
Associated Press). With the death
here yesterday of Judge Richard A.
Ballinger, there passed one of Seat Seattle's
tle's Seattle's most prominent citizens and a
figure at one time conspiciously before
the public as a cabinet official in the
Taft administration.
LOSING STRENGTH
Memphis, June 7. (By Associated
Press). Bishop Kilgo is reported by
his physicians in a serious condition
today. He passed a restless night and
is gradually losing strength.

GOING TO KEEP
IIP THE GAMES

French Government Will Give Six
Million Francs to Sustain the
Olympian Contests
Paris, June 7. j(By the Associated
Press).- Premier Poincare informed
the international Olympic committee
today that the French 'parliament
would vote immediately an additional
six million francs for financing the
Olympic games. This insured definite definitely
ly definitely the holding of the 1924 fames in
Paris.
ASK IZLAR FOR THE
NECESSARY INFORMATION
On Road Conditions in the Southeast
ern States
The Marion County Motor Club re
ceives weekly reports from the south southeastern
eastern southeastern division of the American
Automobile Association, Montgomery,
Ala., giving the road conditons thru-
out the southeastern states and in
some of the northern states. Infor Information
mation Information concerning the road condi conditions
tions conditions in any state in the Union and
Canada is available thru the A. A. A.
Manager L. T. Izlan of the Marion
County Motor Club furnishes a week-
y report to the southeastern division
on the condition of the main highways
in this territory. This information is
available to motorists. Mr. Izlar's
office is on the second floor of the
Gary building, Ocala. Maps, includ
ing trip logs, of the various roads
are available thru the A. A.-A. Man Manager
ager Manager Izlar expects to have a supply
shortly. The official A. A. A. motor
Guide is now available.
The Marion County Motor Club is
now staging a membership campaign.
ree touring information is one of
the benefits of membership in the
club. Other benefits include free me
chanical aid service and free legal aid.
HARDIN COUNTY, KY.,
WILL HONOR LINCOLN
Elizabethtown, Ky., June 7. (By
the-Associated Press). Plans are be being
ing being made here for the dedication June
12th of a tablet on the Hardin county
courthouse in honor of the parents of
Abraham Lincoln. The date marks
the anniversary of the marriage in
Washington county of Thomas Lincoln
and Nancy Hanks, who moved here
shortly after. The memorial is to be
presented by Dr. W. A. Pusey, of Chi
cago. Its erection was sponsored by
the Woman's Club of this city.
NOTICE, GIRL SCOUTS
The Girl Scouts will meet Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock instead of
Thursday night. Mabel Meffert.
RUSH, RUSH, RUSH
Ford Touring.
Dodge Touring.
Chalmers Touring.
All in A-l condition.
For quick sale.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
6-5-tf Phone 8
$25.00 REWARD
We will pay the above reward for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of party or parties who
stole a number of tools from the tool
house on the Ray property on East
Fifth street on the night of May 1st.
5-t RAY & THOMSON.
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club is planning a boat trip
Thursday afternoon, June 8th. Trans Transportation
portation Transportation to the Springs, picnic supper
and boat ride all furnished. Fart-,
$1.25. Automobiles leave the club
rooms over Carter's Bakery, on Main
street promptly at 4 o'clock. The boat
leaves the Springs at five. The public
is invited. Tickets for sale by club
members. 5-3t
Comfort and style in our Society
Brand and Fashion Park clothes. We
have a full line of the summer fabrics.
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B. O. D. 17-tf
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the man who cares. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
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HITS AT HARDING

Iowa Nomination, Says Chairman
Hull, is Another Rebuke For
The Administration
Washington, June 7. (Associated
Press). The nomination by Iowa re republicans
publicans republicans of Smith M. Brockhart for
the United States Senate was declar declared
ed declared by Chairman Cordell Hull of the
democratic national committee in a
statement today to be "even a more
emphatic repudiation of the Harding
administration and republican Con Congress
gress Congress than the votes for Beveridge in
Indiana and Pinchott in Pennsylva Pennsylvania."
nia." Pennsylvania." SWALLOWS THE PILL
Republican organization support for
Brookhart, nominated as republican
senatorial candidate in Iowa, was
pledged in a statement issued today
by Senator McCorraick, chairman of
the republican senatorial campaign
committee. Brcokhart defeated what
was commonly known as the organi organization
zation organization candidate in the primary.
OCALA ROTARY CLUB WON
A CUP AT ALBUQUERQUE
The Ocala Rotary Club has receiv received
ed received a telegram from John H. Taylor at
Albuquerque, New Mexico, saying
that the Ocala club won a cup for
attendance presented at Albuquerque.
The members of the Ocala Rotary
Club are not informed as to how the
clup was awarded but suppose that
it was awarded to the club having a
delegation to the Los Angeles con convention
vention convention representing the largest per percentage
centage percentage of its club members, and
traveling the longest distance to the
convention. The Ocala club has a
v. membership of thirty-four and its
delegation to the Los Angeles convenr
tion consists of four Rotarians and
four ladies.
BUILDING A NEW CHURCH
Editor Star: Please allow me space
in your paper to report the contribu contributions
tions contributions received by the Church of Christ
of this city to help us purchase our
house of worship. This list does not
include contributions given to sup support
port support the tent meeting:
E. A. King $25.00
C. E. Connor 25.00
A. A. Matthews 33.00
A. B. Lipscomb 25.00
D A. Martin 5.00
Tracy Pedrick 5.00
Marion Hardware Co 10.00
R. F. Rogers 5.00
J. F. Gray 5.00
G. A. Waters 10.00
M. & C. National Bank 5.00
Sam R. Pyles Jr 5.00
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair.... 2.00
S. M. Hooper 5.00
Mrs. S. M. Hooper 2.50
Calvin Barker 1.00
F. G. B. Weihe 50
Sam T. Wilson 1.00
Church of Christ at Lecanto... 20.00
Miss Grace Brooker 10.00
G. C. Pasteur 1.00
A. W. Fort 1.00
W. W. Stripling 1.00
H. G. Shealy 2.00
H. H. Henderson 1.00
John L. Edwards 5.00
Olin Beasley 5.00
J. A. Gore 50
K. E. Gore 1.00
G. L. Griggs 50
L. O. Tucker .50
WTillie Halford 1.00
Curry Feed Co 50
! O'Neal & Holly 1.00
E. T.'Helvenston 50
Mrs. J. A. Hughes 5.00
A Friend 25
I have only given the names of
those who are not members of our
local congregation. We sincerely thank
each one for their fellowship. And we
thank our kind and affable sheriff and
county officials for permitting us to
worship in the courthouse till we
could purchase a house of worship.
Respectfully, S. W. Colson.
NOTICE
The first annual meeting of the
Bonita Fishing Club will be held on
Wednesday, June 7th, A. D. 1922, at
eight o'clock p. m. at the rooms of
the Marion County Chamber of Com
merce, in Ocala, Florida. Election of
officers and other important business
will come up for disposal, and all
mpmhers are soeciallv ureed to be
present. T. T. Munroe, President.
B. F. McGraw, Secretary.
RED CROSS SHOES
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RICCi STANDING

II RIGHTS

Italian Ambassador Says that The
Tariffs Are Not Local But
International
Washington, June 7. (Associated
Press). Taking notice of the objec objections
tions objections made in the Senate -by Senator
Watson, republican, to discussion by
him of the tariff and other legislation,
Signor Ricci, Italian ambassador, in
a formal statement today declared
that tariff duties were an internation international
al international problem and as such were the pro proper
per proper subject for discussion by the dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic agent of a foreign country.
INTENDS TO MAKE
A CLEAN JOB OF IT
Washington, June 7. (Associated
Press). The naval salvage ship Fal Falcon
con Falcon has been ordered to Cape Henry
to salvage the former German sub submarine
marine submarine U-lll, which was sunk last
June while being taken to Hampton
Roads to serve as a target. Under
an agreement with the Allies the
United States is pledged to destroy
the submarine or sink it in deep wa water.
ter. water. The vessel is now lying in twen twenty
ty twenty feet of water and is a menace to
navigation.
STRIKE BALLOTS ORDERED
BY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Cincinnati, June 7. (Associated
Press). A triple-barreled strike bal ballot
lot ballot calling for a vote of 400,000 rail railway
way railway shop men of the country on three
separate questions was ordered today
by the executive council of six shop
crafts unions in session.
NOTICE, PICNICKERS
Please take note in the change of
time for the boat ride and picnic that
will be given under the auspices of
the B. and P. W. Club Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bus will leave the club
rooms at 4 o'clock instead of 3:30 and
the boat will leave the Springs at 5
o'clock instead of 4:30. The boat has
been chartered and rain or shine the
ride will take place. Everyone is ex
pecting a jolly good time. Don't let
a little rain keep you homebecause
the boat is weather tight and you will
regret it if you stay at home.
SUMMER VEGETABLES FOR
THE SUNNY STATE
Gainesville, June 7. (Associated
ress). The old fashioned idea that
vegetables canont be grown success
fully in this state in the summer is all
wrong, according to Prof. W. L. Floyd,
horticulturist of the University of
Florida College of Agriculture. Of
course, the professor asserts, as
great a variety of vegetables cannot
be grown in the summer as in the win
ter, but at least the class is large
enough to warrant the undertaking,
New Zealand spinach, cowpeas, mus mustard,
tard, mustard, eggplants, peppers, collards and
the elusive okra are among those
enumerated by Professor Floyd as
adaptable to Florida's summer resort
climate.
Here is what he has to say about
some of the things that could make up
the summer home garden:
New Zealand spinach stands sum
mer heat well and the tender tips and
leaves of it may be gathered every
few days as new ones! put out quickly.
It makes very satisfactory summer
greens.
Cowpeas, especially the California
black-eye and the yellow sugar crow-
der, are very nutritious and grow welL
Mustard may be planted repeatedly,
grows quickly and is good when
young and tender, though it soon be becomes
comes becomes tough.
Okra, if cultivated and has its pods
cut two or three times a week, will
continue to bear throughout summer
and will .produce large quantities of
fruit.
Eggplants, pepper and collards, if
started in spring and given proper
cultivation and fertilization, will con continue
tinue continue to bear throughout the summer
months.
Small, climbing lima beans, espe especially
cially especially the variety known as the Flor Florida
ida Florida butterbean, does well if planted
not later than May. Pole beans, such
as the Kentucky wonder, are also good
when not started later than May.
GOLNG OFF FOR THE SUMMER
Look over our line of Roundtree
trunks and Lily luggage before buy buying
ing buying your summer traveling necessi necessities.
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THE MARKETS

Chamber of Commerce,
Ocala, FUu, June 7.
SHIPPLNG POINT INFORMATION
Ocala, June 6: Rain in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, warm. Better feeling account
account anticipated lighter shipments
due to heavy rains. Haulings moder moderate,
ate, moderate, market firm, little change in
prices. Carlots f. o. b. cash track to
growers, bulk per car Tom Watsons, 5
tiers 18-20s $75-100, 4 tiers 22-26s
$100-150, 28s $175-200, 30s $225-250,
32-35 $275-300.
Telegraphic Reports from Thia Morn
ing's Sales
New York: 35 'Florida arrived, not
previously reported Tuesday 26 Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Supplies liberal, demand and
movement moderate, market steady.
Carlot sales bulk per car 28-32s $400 $400-450,
450, $400-450, few larger high as $500, 25-27s
$300-350, smaller $200-275.
Philadelphia: 11 Florida arrived, 39
cars on track. Supplies moderate, de
mand and movement moderate, mar market
ket market weak. Many wasty Florida bulk
per car 24-26s $300-375, 22-23s $200 $200-315,
315, $200-315, 32s $500.
Baltimore: 9 Florida arrived, 6 re-
consigned, 10 cars on track. Closing
Tuesday, opening Wednesday, demand
and movement slow, market steady.
Sales direct to retailers Floridas 18 18-22s
22s 18-22s 25-30s, 28-32s 50-55c each. No
carlot sales.
Chicago: 22 Florida arrived, 45 cars
on track. Supplies moderate, demand
and movement good, market firm.
Bulk per car 4 tiers 25s $365-385, 27 27-33s
33s 27-33s $425-450, 5 tiers, 20s $375, 22s
$410-425, 24s $465.
SHORT COURSE IN
BUSINESS TRAINING
Students from Twelve Counties En
rolled for It at the University
Of Florida
Florida men and women from
twelve counties have already enrolled
for a study of the fundamental prin
ciples of business at the University
of Florida short course in business
training from June 14 to August 9,
and students from many other coun counties
ties counties are expected to be in attendance.
The short course has been primarily
designed for men and women in busi
ness, being made possible by the co
operation of the General Extension
Division and the summer school, and
is the first course of this kind to be
offered in the state.
Instruction will be given in account'
ing, transportation, economics, sociol
ogy, "psychology and business prob
lems. There will be two courses in
accounting, an elementary course for
students who have not had bookkeep
ing or elementary accounting, and an
advanced course for those who have
had bookkeeping or elementary ac
counting. The course in transporta
tion will appeal to all who are inter interested
ested interested in marketing and selling. Ex
perienced accountants and business
experts will be in charge of the work,
and the instruction will be of the high
est type.
The university authorities urge all
students who plan to atend the short
course to make application immed immediately
iately immediately in order that the necessary
books and material may be on hand by
the opening date.
For descriptive bulletin and regis registration
tration registration blank, address the General
Extension Division, University of
Florida, Gainesville, Fla.
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, June 4. Mij. and Mrs.
W. L. Mills and two boys of Winter
Garden, were the guests of their par parents
ents parents several days last week.
Mrs. J. W. Pooser and two children
of Baltimore are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Rawls.
Mrs. C. B. Rawls and children of
Ocala were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B .Rawls last Thursday and
Friday, so they could attend the pic picnic
nic picnic last Friday.
Fellowship maintained her reputa reputation
tion reputation last Friday with her picnic. There
were fully six hundred present and
all the candidates had their little say.
Col. R. W. Davis was present and
presented his claims for election to
succeed Frank Clark from the second
congressional district.
Mrs. Tom Proctor and children of
Ocala were guests of her mother, Mrs.
E. A. Crumpton last week.
The Jolly Jokers Club met with
Miss Nellie Prine last Wednesday,
but owing to the inclemency of the
weather the attendance was rather
smalL
A new spread for hot cakes, Su
preme Cocoanut Syrup. It's delicious.
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LEAD AIID POWDER
INSTEAD OE LARD

American Steamer Captured by Brit British
ish British was Carrying Munitions To
Irish Insurgents
Washington, June 7. (Associated
Press). Investigation by Chairman
Lasker, of the shipping board, of the
circumstances surrounding the seizure
by the British of the steamer Seattle
Spirit on the Irish coast Monday on
the ground that it had war munitions,
disclosed that the shipment ostensibly
oi forty barrels of lard proved to be
forty barrels of munitions.
SURVIVOR OF THE MOST
FAMOUS CAVALRY CHARGE
ElUs Cutting, Who Rode With the
Light Brigade, Lives at Cedar
Rapids, Iowa
Cedar Rapids, la., May 5. (Asso
ciated Press Mail Service) Ellis Cut
ting of this city, rode into the valley
of death with the immortal six hun
dred.
Sitting at his home here this man
who rode "into the jaws of death,
into the mouth of hell," recalls the
charge of the Light Brigade at Bala-
klava in the Crimean War. He saw
Capt. Nolan, suave young aide-de-
camp of the British commander, Lord
Raglan, dash up and hand Lord Lucan,
cavalry commander, a note. Mr. Cut
ting, then a 17-year-old British troop
er, did not know what the note con
tained. History says it contained
these terse orders:
Lord Raglan wishes the cavalry
to advance rapidly to the front and
try to prevent the enemy carrying
away the guns French cavalry is on
your left." v
Cutting saw his commander thrust
that note into his glove before its
bearer rode away.
"Forward, the Light Brigade."
The 'jcbftfiriand rang. There was a (
flash of sabers. Down into the valley
dashed the line of British horsemen,
to certain destruction.
Cutting, who for forty-five years
was a railroad employe at Iowa Falls
and Cedar Falls, retired two years
ago and is now making his home in
this city. He is now 85 years old and
was seventeen when he enlisted in the
Eleventh Hussars of Her Majesty,
Queen Victoria. Mr. Cutting believes
he is among the last, if not the last, of
the men who were immortalized by
Tennyson.
He vividly recalls the charge. He
says he saw nothing, knew nothing,
heard nothing but felt within him the
insane urge that drove him forward
with a furious desire to bury his saber
in a Russian breast.
"The Light Brigade," Mr. Cutting
says, "was composed of the Fourth
and Thirteenth Dragons, the Eighth
and Eleventh Hussars and the Seven Seventeenth
teenth Seventeenth Lancers. It was commanded
by Lord Cardigan. The men wore red
trousers and blue jackets which gain gained
ed gained for them the name 'Cherrylegs.'
"The brigade had been lying inac inactive
tive inactive during the progress of the fight
ing until the order to charge came.
The battle had hardly begun until it
was over. Blindly a few stragglers,
clambering over moaning comrades,
struggling through heaps of dead and
dying, horses and men in death
throes, pools of blood, fought their
way to the rear of the line."
Mr. Cutting disagrees with history
as to the number who returned. He
says there were only six.
He was asked what was the secret
of the futile and merciless command.
Cutting said Lord Raglan denied to
Lord Lucan that he had ever given the
order to charge, and that then Lord
Lucan pulled the order from his glove
where he had tucked it.
"Is that your handwriting?" Lord
Lucan asked.
Mr. Cutting does not know what the
reply was, but for ten minutes he
saw them engaged in a battle of
words. He believes Lord Raglan gave
the order in good faith but that in instead
stead instead of rushing in the cavalry, the
infantry should have been sent in to
maneuver.
After the Crimean war, Mr. Cutting
went to India with the British troops,
and passed through the mutiny. He
marched from Delhi to Lucknow and
fought in that famous siege. Once he
was wounded. He passed through
Egypt and was in active service in
South Africa in 1857. In June 1860
he received his discharge from the
British army, and in 1872 he came to
the United States.
Wilson's Ham at the Eagle Karket.



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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

Trammell has beaten Gilchrist

three to one. Clark and all other
members of the Florida delegation to

the House were renominated. The

three candidates for the railroad
commission are running a close race.

One of the two women candidates for

the legislature is defeated and the
other's election" i doubtful.

In Marion county, Trammell and

Clark snowed Gilchrist and Davis

under;5' Eaton leads'for railroad com

missioner; ;

County nominees are Mayo and

Hocker, for representatives, and

Stephens for- supervisor of registra

tion. 'Veal has defeated Frink for the

school board,- in the second district,
and Simmons seems ahead of Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson in the third. County Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Talton has lost to Hopkins and
Mills has defeated Waters.
The vote was light. It seems that
less than 1400 votes were polled.
Twenty-six out of thirty-three pre precincts
cincts precincts had made returns up to noon.
These give Senator Trammell 809
votes; : Mr." Gilchrist, 386; Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark,' 944; Mr. Davis, 246.
Following is theivote in detail:
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Trammell V. 809
Gilchrist'.; 386

Trammell's majority . 423

(Evening Star June 7, 1902)

The following members of the Ocala

Gun Club left today to hold a match
shoot with the Gainesville club: -S.

A. Standley, Thomas Stevens, E. M,

Howard Mason Tison and Lou Haley.
Mr. H. A. Ford, who is in Gainesville,

will shoot with the club.

Prof.1 Cuthill of York was in town-

today. A dozen or more years ago
he was principal of the Ocala high

school.'
Mrs. E. P. Thagard and children ;
have gone to Reddick to visit relatives
for a month.
J. P.' Galloway has returned from
Conant and reports everybody there
busy shipping.
Leon' Fishel returned to Weteump Weteump-ka,
ka, Weteump-ka, Ala., today after a visit in town
with his parents, Mayor and Mrs. M.
Fishel.
The Seaboard Air Line is advertis advertising
ing advertising special excursion rates as follows:
Tampa, $2; Chattanooga, $18.45; Los
Angeles, $68.75.
Mrs, H. A. Fausett, who has been
quite' sick, is much improved, today!
President Long of the farmers' in institute,
stitute, institute, recommended that women be
receive das delegates. A step in the
right direction.
.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star" June 7, 1912)
Yesterday at Burbank proved a
very wet time, as the heavy rains put
a great dampness over the festivities
of the day and the spirit of the pic picnickers.
nickers. picnickers. The band from Ocala and a
great" many citizens went out in au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles and a lot of fun was had in
spite of the rain.
Misses Helen Brown, Ellen Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son and Anna McDowell arrived this
afternoon from Lynchburg, Va., where
they have been attending Randolph Randolph-Macon
Macon Randolph-Macon Woman's College.
MICKIE SAYS

REPRESENTATIVE

Clark .. 944
Davis 246

Eureka
Gilchrist, 2; Trammell, 18.
Clark, 20; Davis, 0.
Bowden, 4; Campbell, 4; Eaton, 9.
Mayo, 6; MeGahagin, 14.
Hocker, 11; Hunter, 9.
McCully, 3; Stephens, 15; Turner, 2.
Ferguson, 5; Simmons, 15.
Fairfield
Gilchrist, 27; Trammell, 22.
Clark, 44; Davis, 6.
Bowden, 7; Campbell, 6'; Eaton, 33.
Mayo, 9; McGahagin, 38.
Hocker, 44; Hunter, 5.
McCully, 5; Stephens, 33; Turner, 7.
Hopkins, 46; Talton, 3.
Frink, 3; Veal, 23.
Flemington
Gilchrist, 9; Trammell, 25.
Clark, 30; Davis, 5.
Bowden, 6; Eaton, 16.
Mayo, 18; McGahagin, 17.
Hocker, 30; Hunter, 5.

McCully, 10; Stephens, 17; Turner,

10.
Graham ville

Gilchrist, 22; Trammell, 72.
Clark, 74; Davis, 15.

Bowden, 14; Campbell, 24; Eaton,

Bowden, 14; Campbell, 5; Eaton, 11.
Mayo, 29; McGahagin, 12.
Hocker, 18; Hunter, 24.
McCully, 2; Stephens, 28; Turner, 9.
Hopkins, 16; Talton, 21.
Ferguson, 2; Simmons, 2.
Stanton
Gilchrist, 5; Trammell, 35.
Clark, 36; Davis, 4.
Bowden, 10; Campbell, 11, Eaton,

13.

Mayo, 32; McGahagin, 9.

Hocker, 25; Hunter, 12.
M'Cully, 6; Stephens, 15; Turner, 17.
Frink, 11; Veal, 25.
Summerfield
Gilehrist, 5; Trammell, 24.
Clark, 27; Davis, 2.
Bowden, 1 Campbell, 1 Eaton, 11.
Mayo, 27; McGahagin, 3.
Hocker, 8; Hunte 22.
McCully, 14; Stephens, 10, Turner, 5
Frink, 6; C. R. Veal, 17.

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Mayo, 37; McGahagin, 62.
Hocker, 88; Hunter, 9.
McCully, 9; Stephens, 70; Turner,

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Clark's majority 678

VOTE BY PRECINCTS
Ocala

United States Senator: Trammell,

281; Gilchrist, 151.

Congressman? Clark, 317; Davis,

122.

Railroad Commissioner: Bowden,

74; Campbell, 93; Eaton, 180.

Representative, 1 Group 1 : Mayo,

335; McGahagin; 112.

Representative Group 2: Hocker,

359; Hunter, 97.-
Supervisor of Registration: S. J

McCully, '91; Allen Stephens, 208;

Mrs. Julia Turner,' 129.

Anthony
Gilchristv 19; Trammell, 28.
Clark, 39, Davis, -10.
Bowden, 15; Campbell, 12; Eaton, 9
Mayo, 34; McGahagin, 12.
Hocker, 19; Hunter, 28.
McCully, 6; Stephens, 36; Turner, 6.
Hopkins, 6; Talton, 43.
Ferguson, 24; Simmons, 17.
Belleview
Gilchrist, 9; Trammell, 24.
Clark, 31; Davis, 3.
Bowden, 9; Campbell, 14; Eaton, 4.
Mayo, 16; McGahagin, 24.
Hocker; 21; Hunter, 12.
M'Cully, 9; Stephens, 11; Turner, 12.
Frink,- 18; Veal 10.
Blitchton
Gilchrist, 4; Trammell, 18.
Clark;18; Davis, 4.
BowdenJ 3; Campbell, 3; Eaton, 15.
Mayo, 14; McGahagin, 18. 18.-Hocker,
Hocker, 18.-Hocker, 16; Hunter, 6.

McCully, 14; Stephens, 7; Turner, 1.

Candler
Gilchrist, 3j Trammell, 15.
Clark,' 14, Davis', 5.
Bowden, 6; Campbell, 5; Eaton, 7.
Mayo, 3; McGahagin, 17.
. Hocker; 18; Hunter, 1.
McCully, 5; Stephens, 6; Turner, 8.
Frink, 5; Veal, 12.
Camp Izzard
Trammell, 13.
Clark, 15.
Campbell, 2; Eaton, 11.
Mayo, 5; McGahagin, 8.
Hocker j 6;- Hunter, 7.

McCully, 1; Stephens, 11; Turner, 3.

Frink, 2; Veal, 13.
Citra
Gilchrist, 11; Trammell, 35.
Clark, 38; Davis, 8.

Bowden, 11; Campbell, 12; Eaton, 11

. Mayo, 19; McGahagin, 24.
Hocker, 38; Hunter, 8.

McCully, 11; Stephens,-18; Turner,

13.

Ferguson, 21; Simmons, 26.
Hopkins, 7; Talton, 39.
Dunnellon
; Gilchrist, 43; Trammell, 31.
Clark, 62; Davis, 5;
Campbell,-8; Eaton, 45.
Mayo, 45y McGahagin, 23.
Hocker, 33; Hunter, 39.

. McCully, 29; Stephens, 23; Turner

18.

Frink, 8; Veal, 67.
'. Emathla
Gilchrist, 3; Trammell, 9.
Clark, ll; Davis, 1.
Bowden, 1; Campbell, 6; Eaton, 4.
Mayo, 7; McGahagin, 3.
- Hocker, 4 ; Hunter, 8.
b McCully, 9; Stephens, 2; Turner, 1.

8.

Mills, 89; Waters, 45.
Ferguson, 32; Simmons, 45.
Fort McCoy
Gilchrist, 6; Trammell, 20.
Clark, 32; Davis, 5.
Bowden, 3; Campbell, 25; Eaton, 4.
Mayo, 16; McGahagin, 18.
Hocker, 10; Hunter, 27.

McCully, 17; Stephens, 13; Turner,

Hopkins, 36; Talton, 2.
Ferguson, 15; Simmons, 20.
Kendrick
Gilchrist, 6; Trammell, 9.
Clark, 9; Davis, 5.
Bowden, 6; Campbell, 4; Eaton, 4.
Mayo, 12; McGahagin, 3.
Hocker, 7; Hunter, 8.
McCully, 5; Stephens, 7; Turner, 2.
Frink, 4; Veal, 11.
Levon
Gilchrist, 1; Trammell, 13.
Clark, 13; Davis, 1.
Bowden, 4; Campbell, 3; Eaton, 5.
Mayo, 13; McGahagin, 1.
Hocker, 7; Hunter, 7.

McCully, 5; Stephens, 2; Turner,7.

Frink 3; Veal, 10.
Linadale
Gilchrist, 3; Trammell, 3.
Clark, 6.
Campbell, 2; Eaton, 4.
Mayo, 6.
Hunter, 6.

Stephens, 6.
Waters, 6; Ferguson, 6.
Martel
Gilchrist, 7; Trammell, 13.
Clark, 15; Davis, 6.
Bowden, 6; Campbell, 2; Eaton, 8.
Mayo, 13; McGahagin, 11.
Hocker, 12; Hunter, 8.
McCully, 7; Stephens, 8; Turner,' 3.
Frink, 13; Veal, 9.

Mcintosh
Gilchrist, 22; Trammell, 37.
Clark( 41; Davis, 17.
Bowden, 15; Campbell, 8; Eaton',' 9.
Mayo, 40; McGahagin, 13.
Hocker, 14; Hunter, 45.
McCully, 13; Stephens, 17; Turner,

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Hopkins, 52; Talton, 8.
Frink, 26; Veal, 27.
Oklawaha
Gilchrist, 16; Trammell, 7.
Clark, 23; Davis, 0.
Bowden, 7; Campbell, 2; Eaton, 12.
Mayo, 7; McGahagin, 14.
Hocker, 19; Hunter, 4.
McCully, 11; Stephens, 7; Turner, 4.
Pedro
Trammell, 11.
Clark, 10; Davis, 1.
Bowden, 4; Campbell, 3; Eaton, 2.
Mayo, 9; McGahagin, 2.
Hocker, 2; Hunter, 9.

McCully, 6; Stephens, 5.
Frink, 4; Veal, 5.
Salt Springs
Trammell, 10.
Clark, 10.
Bowden, 5; Campbell, 4; Eaton, 1.
Mayo, 7; McGahagin, 3.
Hocker, 5; Hunter, 5.
Stephens, 9.
Mills, 10.
Shady
Gilchrist, 3; Trammell, 6.
Clark, 3; Davis, 6.
Bowden, 1; Campbell, 2; Eaton, 2.
Mayo, 8; McGahagin, 8.
Hocker, 5; Hunter, 5.
McCully, 3; Stephens, 4; Turner, 3.
Frink, 4; Veal, 4.
Sparr
Gilchrist, 9; Trammell, 28.
Clark, 31; Davis, 9.

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ilAl Till T! "T II

I i 1 SBi -i Am. S e J

The Big
Muskeg
By

VICTOR ROUSSEAU
Illustrations by
R. H. Livingstone
9
CHAPTER II
The Imprint in the Snow.
McDonald, the factor, lay on his bed
in an upstairs room of the house
whose lower story was the trading
store, and looked out through the win window
dow window over the swamp beneath. It was
two weeks since Molly had found him
lying with closed eyes on the floor,
with the flushed face and heavy breath breathing
ing breathing of apoplexy.
For two and twenty years McDon McDonald
ald McDonald had lived there, serving the com company.
pany. company. Little had changed during that
time. The chief change had been in
himself and, since this was to be meas measured
ured measured rather by isolated happenings
than the steady progress of time, Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald cowld have counted on the fin fingers
gers fingers of one hand the scale-marks of his
life.
The little finger- was his arrival at
Toronto from Aberdeen, drawn to the
New World by stories of life In the
service of the famous company. The
third finger was Mary.
lie had met her in Toronto, soon
after his arrival in Canada, and she
had been born in his own town, though
he had not known her there. .Molly
knew vaguely that he had championed
her in trouble that had come upon
her, for which she was not to blame.
There had been a blackmailer, a brawl,
a knife-thrust, a blow struck wildly
with some implement; a dead man, a
white-faced girl clinging to him, and
thenthe silence of the starlit streets.
Donald McDonald still bore the scar
of a ripping wound along his right
forearm.
. That had been their courtship. The
next day McDonald had married her,
and brought her to the trading post.
Six months later he was in charge of
It. They had been happy during the
year that' passed before he laid her
under the tamaracks, and after that
Donald McDonald had lost all wish to
return to Aberdeen or to pursue ad adventure
venture adventure farther.
Mary had been. the. third finger on
the hand of McDonald's destiny, and
her death was the middle one. The
first was Molly, and it was about her
that his thoughts clustered eternally.
Two seasons at the mission school
at Moose Lake, a winter in Winnipeg
these comprised the girl's experience
of the outside world. She helped her
father in, the store, and was a capable
Judge 'of mink and muskrat. She
could bring down a moose at a thou thousand
sand thousand yards, and guide a canoe down
Horseshoe rapids.
She had gone to the Indian camp,
five miles away, with medicine for a
sick papoose, at daybreak, leaving
The First Was Molly.
her father In the care of Jules Half Half-head,
head, Half-head, t3ie Muskegon, a deaf mute who
worked for the factor during intervals
of wandering In the bush, trapping.
She did not like to leave him. for he
had become more morose sinc his Ill Illness,
ness, Illness, and his mind seemed affected.
When at last she entered the factor's
room above the store, radiating youth
and health, she saw with consterna consternation
tion consternation that he was lying weakly on the
pillow, and breathing as heavily as on )
the day of his stroke.
"You're feeling no worse, father?"
she asked, sitting down beside him
and taking his hand in hers.
Tm no worse," said the factor, J
thickly. "You took the letter?" j
"It will leave tonight. But I wishj
you had let me write that you are ill. j
The company would bring you to Win- j
nlpeg. They can do wonders at the
hospital therer and you'd soon recover
the use of your limbs.
Ever since his stroke the factor had
dragged his right leg, and his right
arm hungjby his side. He. hardly evet

Am

i wrapped in his caribou robe,staring
! out through the window at the port
age.
T11 no go to Winnipeg,' gjrfd
j Donald. Til Just stay here until Tm
j better. I'm thinking the Dog Tootha
j will be bringing in their peltries next
i week. I'm thinking ni no buy De
j cember skins this winter."

"I was thinking the same. The fall
was too late; they won't be purchas purchasable
able purchasable till the middle of next month.
But the Dog Tooths will want debt,"
They'll get no debt," said McDon McDonald.
ald. McDonald. "See to It, Molly I But I suppose
the squaws will get on the soft side ol
ye, and it takes a man to handle them.
TO have to get well, he continued,
speaking with feverish energy.
His mind, which had turned from
one Idea to another, running from it
fears, now leaped upon them. "WhatTl
ye do, Molly?" he demanded roughly.
"There, my lass, I didna mean to put
It to you like that But wherell ye
go If I dlnnaTf
"Don't let us think of that, father."
"Aye, but ye canna stay here. I
should have spoken before. In his
distress he fell Into his native speech.
"Mony a jilcht I've laid awake think thinking
ing thinking on it before I had the stroke, In
the windy wacht here. I thocnt Td
brocht ye up unspotted frae the warld.
And noo
k)iie laiu uer uuier uauu uu uis. u
the worst should happen, I can take
care of myself. Don't fear for me, fa father,"
ther," father," she said.
"If ye could have the store. Thafd
be best But the company wouldna
have a woman factor. The company's
consalrvative. And the old storeH
last out my days and yours, In spite!
of Joe Bostock's folly. That's what
Mr. Bowyer called It when he was;
here for the moose In October. Joe!
Bostock'U never cross Big Muskeg."
And if he could, where'd he get his
freight and passengers?
"If ever this country's opened up,
Tom Bowyer will put his own line
through. He was telling me so.
But there's naethlng here but the
moose and caribou and the Indians.
It's always been that way; It always
will be so."
. He caught her by the sleeve. "Yell
no see Will Carruthers again! he
shouted.
"I'm not likely to, unless he comes
this way, she answered In a con constrained
strained constrained voice, dreading the outbreak
of violence which she knew would fol-
low.
"Aye, but he'll be here. I ken the'
mon and his kind. The sight of a
pretty face is meat and drink to him.
Hell be here, and me lying helpless
abed. I tell you I ken the mon. Mr.
Bowyer was telling me about him. His
name's a by-word among decent folks."
"Well, Mr. Bowyert own reputation
isn't the best" she retorted, nettled
that she was forced to champion Wil Wilton.
ton. Wilton. "You know Mr. Carruthers has
an Interest in Joe Bostock's line. Of
course, Tom Bowyer would try to set
you against them!"
The factor's face grew purple with
rage; he choked for utterance.
"I ken the whole scheme weel I" he
shouted. "When you went to Wlnnl- j
peg you got In thick with Kitty Bos-!
tock, and never a mall comes In but j
there's a letter from her. She and
Joe are going to get you there, to leave
me here alone. Aye, I read that letter
the woman wrote you, telling you that
your life was "wasted here. I ken what
the warld is ; I learned It one night
in Toronto, years ago. And, mark me, I
I'd rather see ye lying dead at my :
feet than the plaything of a man like 1
Will Carruthers!"
That had been the burden of his re- 1
proaches ever since Tom Bowyers
visit the autumn before.
Bowyer had poisoned his mind j
against Wilton Molly was sure of j
that She suspected that Bowyer had
some hold over her father. She knew ;
that years before, he had secured him
his position with the company. As .It 1
happened, the company needed men j
for training Scots ; for the service
had become a tradition in North
Britain since the days of, McKenzie.
And the company does not pick Its
employees opt of the highways and
byways.
Molly had known Tom Bowyer since
childhood, although his visits to
the trading post had occurred not
oftener than once in two or three
years. She had heard much to his dis discredit
credit discredit in Winnipeg, and had verified it
when he spent a day or two at the
portage in October. Bowyer saw big big-fier
fier big-fier game in prospect than the moose,
and. as a beginning, resolved to rid
himself of a possible rival Wilton.
Molly had spoken well of him, and
Bowyer was a keen reader of mind.
When the storm of her father's rage
had passed, the girl went down and
stood miserably In the doorway. His
Insane outbursts were driving her to
the very course he feared. Only his
illness kept her from going away. She
looked out, her mind In a turmoil of
doubt.
Big Muskeg was at Its loneliest. The
gale was driving the snow before It in
clouds like spray, and the wind howied
through the gap in the bluffs. As the
iriri tood there sLe fancied that she
heard a crv come across the frozen
i
swamp.
She slipped on the hooded cent
which she had left in the store, and
went slowly toward the portage, lis listening
tening listening intently. The driving wind had
swept a portion of the trodden road
clear of the fallen snow. In this, near
the edjre of the muskeg, she saw the
imprin. of a man's snowshoe coming
from the swamp. Her eyes, trained to
observation, detected instantly that
there had been a loose string under
the ball of the foot, which had trailed,
leaving an oblique blur across the
impression.
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Every white man, woman and child
is urged to come out and hear J. W.
Elliott Thursday night. 5-3t

AGood Repufai&nu plus

a Better Price E.9

HE new low mark of $10.90

for the 30 x 3 size "Usco"
created something of a sen
sation. Naturally, the first

impulsive remark was on the "wonder

ful price

Even more to the point are the com comments
ments comments of today.
People are getting more used to the
$10.90 price but the "Usco" value is
still a cause for wonder.

With thousands of

ning today, every locality has had a chance
to check up on the surprising tire value.
Let all these "Usco" Tires now

serving their owners so
mind you of this
Whatever the price of
"Usco," it has got to de
liver big value because
it has always done so.
Urtftad States Tires
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Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla. Weirsdale Garage, Weirs&ale, FhL
trri xr Nelson & Company, Belleriew, Fla. Tucner & Simmons, Ocala, Fla.
Where LOU Ramey & Company, Qtra, FU. Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla,
prt X,.., Dunnellon Supply Co, Dnnnellim, Fla.- w. Yongne, Oklawaha, Fla.
VsUJl OUy Florida Tire Company, Dunnellon. Fla. C. Tnrnipseed, Mcintosh, Fla.
JJ S TireS Kumbak Serrice Station. Ocala, Fla, Amx BOX oMPAJrr,

' WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

If
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.
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Night Phone 515

Day Phone 47
When the FinaU.Call
Comes to member of the family. It
Is natural to desire a memorial service
in which fitting honor shall be paid
and faith In the larger future shall be
expressed. At such a time, those who
are suffering- the traln of parting
must he relieved' of the details of ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Furthermore, It the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are to be perfect, they
must be -placed In highly trained and
experienced hands. There Is a funeral
director in your community who. pos possessing
sessing possessing this skill, also understands
that lie is called upon for something
more than professional service that
the essence of his responsibility Is to
carry out each detail In the spirit of
a labor of Ioto.
CEO. RIACKAY & COMPANY
Ftmeral Directors
G.B. Overton, Director

TRANSFER :
AND
S STORAGE

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

Phone 298 i

IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. EveryH modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
'room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager
, J. E. KAVANAUGH
. Proprietor
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We Close Every Thursday at One O'clock

1 PRANK'S
. The Fashion Center

Thursday

SPECIALS

From S:30 to 1:00 O'clock P; M.
Novelty Tissue Ginghams, pretty pat patterns,
terns, patterns, Special

2S5S3
7c a

20 AO Turkish Bath Towels9 heavy
quality

Sc'eadh

KNot more than six
Writing Paper
removes distance
Trffi subtle yet unmis unmistakable
takable unmistakable compliment
that Is ever expressed by
THE WRITE GIFT' will wipe
out the miles between you.
Our extensive variety of
styles and grades will In Inspire
spire Inspire a wise selection.
Boxed Writing Paper prices
range from twenty fivs
cents upwards.
THE BOOKSHOP
i C. V. Roberts Co.
n
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
It AKin trr a t frrc
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
r or cleaning yards, cutting grass,
any kind of job or work, address
Charlie-Jackson, P. O, Box 348, Ocala,
Fla. 5-6t

FRANK'S

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to a customer
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Eagle Grocery
Bananas, 35c per doz
FRESH FRUITS and VEGETA VEGETABLES
BLES VEGETABLES ALL THE TIME
PHONE 74
EAGLE GROCERY
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The folohring schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville' 1:50 urn
4fl7pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-Manatee-2:15
am St. Petersburg A-ns ; u
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsbrgl :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 pm
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg 9:16 pm
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville 7:00 am
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa 6:20 pm
: 1 0 am JOcala-Wilcox 11 :59 m
7;25am fOcala-Lakeland 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
tTuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
The better you care ioi
? your eyes the better
s.viv you.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
Our stock of fresh meats, vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry is always the best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
pronpt "deli very. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 2-tf

yard

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Miss Bettie Cole is enjoying a visit
with friends in Tampa.
Mr. Norman
m
Morrison of St.
Pe Penis
nis Penis tersburg, is in
town visiting
brother, Mr. B. F. Morrison.
Mrs. II. A. Fausett and Miss Pearl
Fausett expect to leave tonight for
Washington, D. C, for a stay of sev several
eral several weeks.
Mass meeting Thursday night on
the courthouse square. 5-3t
Don't fail to schedule your Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night, June 8th, to go out and
hear J. W. Elliott speak. His talk is
full of humor and pathos and will
open your thoughts to some startling
facts. 5-3t
Mrs. Annie Akins who has had a
pleasant two weeks stay at Floral City
returned yesterday especially to cast
her vote.
Mr. Thos. H. Harris came up from
Tampa Tuesday to vote and spend a
few days in the city with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr. and Mrs.
J. W. Dumas have taken acottage at
Lake Weir for the month of July and
are anticipating a delightful outing.
A dinner without a nice piece of
fresh meat is like the play of Hamlet
with Hamlet on a vacation. Phone us
you wants for tomorrow's dinner.
Main Street Market. Call 108. 2-tf
Remember the Thursday night pub public
lic public speaking at the band stand at 8
o'clock sharp. It will be well worth
your while to come out. 5-3t
Mrs. B. F. Condon and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Rose, who have been visiting rel relatives
atives relatives in Miami for the past two
weeks, returned home this morning.
Miss Bessie Allison, who has been
attending school in Ocala, has return-
cd to her home at Tidewater. While!
in town she made her home with "Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Smith.
Mrs. J. W. Melton, Mr. James Mel Melton
ton Melton and little Frances Virginia and
Mary left this morning in their5 car
for Tampa, where they will visit !rela-i
tives for the next two or three weeks.
See the newest thing in ladies foot footwear,
wear, footwear, Red Cross Patent Leather Ox Oxfords.
fords. Oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf A-
The most pleasant place in Ocala
for room and board or either. Prices
in reach of all. Come and get the I
proof of the pudding Ift the eating i
inciruj.. uuutu liiint: street, o-ut,
Miss May Battle, who has been at-j
tending Mount de Sales Academy, in!
Macon, Ga., will be home tomorrow j
and spend the summer with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Battle.
Tho f-iends of Mr. George Batts
will be interested to hear that he I
1 e trip to Georgia as well as
could he expected, and after a few I
days rest it is hoped that he will be
gin to improve.
Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c and 50c packages aad $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
T in
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy.
18-tf
No vacation trips are quite equal to
those in which the ocean plays a part.
Merchants & Miners service from
Jacksonville to Baltimore and Phila
delphia will prove satisfactory. Round
trip to Bal imore, Md., $49.54; Phila
delphia, Pa., $55. Meals and berth in
eluded. It
- Mr. Fred Malever and Mr. Will
lam Strothers, of the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company, have just
returned from Jacksonville, where
they attended the Southern Retail
Shoe Convention held at the Windsor
hotel. They are both very enthus enthus-iaftic
iaftic enthus-iaftic over the new creations in ladies'
footwear which were shown on living
models. While away they bought the
largest and most complete stock of
novelty footwear for immediate de delivery
livery delivery that Ocala has ever seen.
Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf
Careful attention to the wants of
people who know good meats when
they see them is what has built up the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2-tf

K. OF P. FISHFRY WILL

BE AT BLUE SPRINGS j
The K. of P. fishfry the Star an- i
nounced in yesterday's edition, will be
at Blue Springs, at Juliette station,
instead of at .Cooter Pond. It is a
picturesque spot, and the Dunnellon
knights intend to do all possible to
make it a pleasant occasion for their
Ocala brethren. Cars will leave the
Ocala Castle Hall at 5 o'clock tomor
row afternoon, and all wise knights
will be present to take the trip.
WATERMELON LAND FOR SALE
160 acres in solid body, one mile
from railroad. Price $5 per acre.
S. S. SAVAGE, JR.,
6-7-6t Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. O. F. -Norris and her daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. C. R. Lewis and little Miss
Elizabeth Norris, and Mrs. Lewis'
baby boy, C. R. Jr., have been in the
city for a visit to Mrs. Lewis' older
sister, Miss Mamie Brush, a student
of the Industrial School.
Mrs. Opal Baldwin, who recently
came to Ocala from Atlanta, is hav having
ing having much success with her "Milady's
Beauty Parlor," in the Yonge block
on Fort King.
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 23c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-tf
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts oaxable la
advance except to those who have reg-J
uiai auveruauig avcuuais.
WANTED An alert woman to repre represent
sent represent a well known concern. Splen Splendid
did Splendid opportunity for the right one.
Phone Mrs. Cleft, Harrington Hall,
for appointment. 7-lt
; FOR RENT Light housekeeping
! apartment, neatly furnished, two
blocks from courthouse. Phone 507.
I No. 239 Oklawaha Ave. 7-3t
FOR SALE Lot 50x125, near Em Em-merson
merson Em-merson Home School, Ocala; also
near the Fausett lands. Address
Florence Berry, East Palatka, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 7-10t
FOR SALE Ford sedan, newly
painted and overhauled. See Bla Bla-lock
lock Bla-lock Bros., cor Main St. and Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave." 6-3t
LOST Monday between the Springs
and Ocala, boy's green bathing
suit. Finder return to "Speck
Knight, phone 523. 6-3t
FOR RENT Two Rouses, one fur furnished
nished furnished and one unfurnished. Call
at 607 Fort King, or phone 221. 6 6t
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR
RENT Phone 182. 27-tf
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Close in.
Phone 116. 5-3t
RUSH, RUSH, RUSH Ford tour touring,
ing, touring, Dodge touring, Chalmers tour touring.
ing. touring. All in Al condition. For quick
sale. SPENCER-PEPRICK MOTOR
Co., phone 8. 6-5-tf
FOR RENT One or two furnished
rooms. Can do light housekeeping if ;
desired. Bath, hot and cold water;
near town. Apply at 403 Fort King
Ave. 5-6t
FOR SALE Good paying business
known as City Fish Market. Owne?
wishes to move away. Price reason reasonable
able reasonable if sold at once for cash. Call,
write or phone Mrs. L. A. Wilcox,
9 Ft. King Ave. Phone 158. 3-6t
AUTO SERVICE When you want
prompt taxi cab service, call me.
-New Six Buick just installed. Phone
231 or 434. L. E. CORDREY, 20
. East Henry St. 6-1-tf
FOR RENT A house. Apply to Mrs.
Emily Green, 605 Oklawaha Ave.,
or phone 383. 1-tf
FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences. Possession
June 1st. Apply to C. V. Roberts,
or phone 305. 29-tf
WANTED Position as cook or house housemaid.
maid. housemaid. Apply to Gertrude Heard, 315
West Oklawaha avenue. o-6t
FOR RENT Six room furnished res residence.
idence. residence. Apply to Mr. Ed Parr, 712
E. Sixth St., phone 474, or write
Mrs. Frank Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 6-Ct
FOR SALE One 5-foot show case,
one 3-foot oak counter, one 4-foot
wall case. Phone 155, or see Charles
Peyser. 6-5t )
PHONE
for messenger boys. Errands run, mes
sages and small packages delivered any
where in the city for 10 cents.

1 0 ,sfiUlV23 S

Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half -gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 59c at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, GOc. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery Batter Daily
Can now be had at the following places.
Farmers Exchange Store Main Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five U-Serve Stores.
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve' Stores.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Phne 94

I PHONE

.COOK'S
MARKET

1 Pk

AND

GROCERY

4

AUTO SUGGESTIONS
Six Suggestions for Avoiding
Loss of Your Automobile
1. Keep it locked, but INSURE IT
WITH L. T. IZLAR.
2. Carry a fire extinguisher, but
INSURE IT WITH L. T. IZLAR.
3. Watch for defective wiring, but
INSURE IT WITH L. T. IZLAR.
4. Drive slowly and carefully, but
INSURE IT WITH L. T. IZLAR.
5. Obey the rules of the road, but
INSURE IT WITH L. T. IZLAR.
6. INSURE IT WITH L. T. IZLAR.
GROWING
Yes we are crowing about our special
lri i t tit ry d 1
iioi aia ana western oteaits.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Daily 50c.
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
RIALTO CAFE
Upto-Date Dining Room in recr.
! I Si?ujti&DouhleMesh
HAIRNET
NOW ON!
A cRggina Hair
letJVeek
'a
Regina Week I
A whole week to
prove that per perfection
fection perfection and mar marvelous
velous marvelous economy'
are combined in
quality hair nets
at only 10c! Single
or double meshl
ft
Single and Double Mesh
ALL COLORS
Including
Grey and White
Tor sale exclusively at
J. G. McCRORYCO.

ICE CREAM

- DELIVERED
At Your Home
PHONE
PACIFIC MUTUAL MULTIPLE
, PROTECTION INSURANCE
PAYS
DEATH,
Permanent Total Disability,
OLD AGE,
ACCIDENT,
SICKNESS.
II. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
SUPERIOR DIIG SERVICE
We would never be satisfied with
rendering anything but superior din dining
ing dining service. There are too many res restaurants
taurants restaurants in business that are content
to merely satisfy. We endeavor to
serve you in sue ha manner that you
will anticipate every meal here. Our
menu is the talk of the own. Out
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
D AVI.D SON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
Salt Springs Water
We always have on
hand a quantity of this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready for delivery in five
gallon retainers.
PHONE 167
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Ncedham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
C0NT2 ACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
LIFE
FIRK
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

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