The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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OCALA

EVENING

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair and continued warm weather tonight and Sunday.
TEMPERATURES This morning,
Sun Rues Tomorrow, 5:24; Sets, 7:32.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922
VOLUME TWENVVfcj
LOWE TO PRESENT MURPHY WILL BE
THE ilEOSi PLAN PRESSED BY '111
SISLEB LEADING III
STRIKE BALLOTS BE
LAWRENCE HILL
TARIFF BILL III
BE PASSED FIRST
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HELD UNDER BOND

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dispa rej'

BOBBERS RELD UP
FAIRMONT EXPRESS

AGUES

MAIL

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ddress Merchants and Business
Men of Ocala at a Dinner
Monday Night
Arrangements have been made by
the Chamber of Commerce for an ad address
dress address here Monday night, June 26th,
by Mr. Gumey R. Lowe, of Neosho,
Mo. Mr. Lowe will present the Neo
sho Plan of co-operative advertising
and merchandising to the merchants
and business men of Ocala and Mar-J
ion county. The address will be made
at a dinner.
Mr. Lowe is making a tour of the
territory covered by the Seaboard Air
Line. He comes to Ocala under the
auspices of the Seaboard Air Line.
The Neosho Plan has proved most
successful in many places throughout
the country- Besides the Seaboard
Air Line, it has been promoted by
such railroads a3 the New York Cen Central
tral Central and the Central Railroad of Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Mr. Lowe's plan has been fav favorably
orably favorably reported upon by the Associat Associated
ed Associated Advertising Clubs of the World
and by the Chamber of Commerce of
the United States. The Seaboard Air
Line is bringing Mr. Lowe to Ocala
to present his plan and if the plan
meets with the approval of the mer merchants
chants merchants and business men, he will ar arrange
range arrange with them to remain for a day
to work out the details.
The Neosho Plan includes what are
called "Golden Rule Sales Days,"
public auctions at which the farmers
especially can sell second-hand stock
and live stock, automobile trade
tours and co-operative advertising.
There will be a meeting of the
merchants and business men at the
Chamber of Commerce Monday morn morning,
ing, morning, June l&th, to make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for Mr. Lowe's coming.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview) June 14 Friends of Miss
Mildred E. Baxter were happily sur surprised
prised surprised Saturday afternoon when her
dad brought her down from Ocala to
shake honds and say howdy to her
many Belleview friends. Miss Baxter
has just returned from school in Al Albion,
bion, Albion, Mich., where she has been spe specializing
cializing specializing in voice, and she has proven
that she is as smart as she is pretty
by the fine marks mad eall during the
term; in fact, the good average that
she made all during the full school
term eliminated the necessity of her
taking any of the final exams.
With keen foresightedness Rev. W.
E. Searles planned for his Methodist
flock during his absence this summer.
One of the special plans was for the
mid-week prayer meeting each Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, that it would not be
blown clear out of existence by the
strong vacation breezes. He therefore
appointed an able prayer meeting
committee, Messrs. F. F. Wendell, D.
C. Stanley and L. Weihe. He then
settled the music question by appoint appointing
ing appointing a prayer meeting organist, to
make the singing more joyful. Now
Rev. Searles left three weeks ago but
a favorable report can be sent to him
that his plan was a success and is be being
ing being carried out. For this Wednesday
night the meeting is under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Miss Irma Bush Wendell and
the subject to be spoken upon is
1 "Prayer." If you haven't been coming
to prayer meeting, take this as your
invitation and fall in line.
Dr. and Mrs. P. T. McClellan were
welcome visitors to Belleview last
Monday afternoon. The doctor has re recently
cently recently purchased the drugstore up at
Reddick and with his family expects
to make that his future home.
Miss Host Knight left last Monday
for Reddick after a pleasant visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Shedd.
Miss Mittie McClendon came up
from Jacksonville last Friday night
to pay a visit to Mrs. I. I. Strong.
Miss Mittie says she likes Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, that she has a fine music teacher
and is devoting most of her time to
this study and looking forward to hte
fall when the high school opens.
Word from Mrs. Clinton E. Martin
of West McUenry, 111., says that the
roads have cleared and they have en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a fine spring. The gardens are
looking fine and the first lettuce is
just coming in. She says that the
17-year locusts are paying that section
of the country a visit and that the lit little
tle little fellows are said to bring a predic prediction
tion prediction with thorn upon each visit by an
initial upon their wings, being either
a P or a W, signifying peace or war.
This time they are wearing a W. Some
part of the world has to entertain
this class of tourist. We hope, how however,
ever, however, they will smoke the pipe of peace
before coming to Florida and then
changa their minds and go to Muscle
Shoals.
Dr. B. N. Tanner, one of Belleview's
roost public spirited citizens and his
pleasant little wife are contemplating
their regular summer visit with their

Will

Eyes of Automobile World Turned

Toward the Uniontown Contest
This Afternoon
Uniontown, Pa., June 17. (By the
Associated Press). Paced by Barney
iOldfield, twelve of America's best
known automobile racing pilots will
let away at 2 o'clock this afternoon
on the Uniontown Speedway in a 22b-.
j mile universal trophy race. 1
Jimmy Murphy, who won the 500-
j mile race at Indianapolis Memorial
I Day and who turned in the fastest lap
in the qualifying races here yester-
day, is the favorite. Murphy's time'
hi the trials was 109 miles an hour.
Tommy Milton qualified at 108 miles
and a battle between the two is in
prospect.
"

children, in Ohio, Illinois and Spar- in stolen bases in either league; first
tan burg, S. C. To keep in touch with in either league to make 100 hits this
their friends and home town Dr. Tan--' season. He is close to the top in
ner says send me the old reliable, and'doubles and home runs in the Ameri Ameri-forthwith
forthwith Ameri-forthwith puts down the real cash can League,
mcncy to have the Ocala Star sent
f thf-m f-Afh nnr? ovpre V rlm-incr r.m RI'RfV U'lYTS

their absence.
Mrs. Charles A. Tremere has re

ceived the sad news of the death of' xeWport New June 17 (By the 1 here' burned down his hou5e and killed
her aunt, Mrs. Louise N. Smith of A;sociatfed p.-S. Rubin, aged ihim5eIf 'esterday 'esterday-Townsend,
Townsend, 'esterday-Townsend, Ga. Mrs. Tremere has the eighty-seven, has brought suit in the L,Rm,n
sympathy of a host of friends in the domestic relations court at Norfolk jCARLOAO OF BOOZE
loss of her aunt. Mrs. Smith was the asking that his son H. J. Rubin, a! SEIZED AT SA ANN AH
mother of Mr. Bert Smith, who made merchant of this city, be compelled to' , tJ
his home with the Tremere3 for sev- Support him Savannah Ga June 1 (By the
eral years and who has a host of -Associated Press). A carload of
friends here who sympathize with him Mr nd Mrs. j. q parrish returned whisy. caouflaf d as POtoes was
in this hour of sorrow. st ni ht from St Petersburg where If61 2 Seaboard Air Line yards
Captam C. A. Bradley and his road they have been attendinfr the drug- here tod
crew and state convicts are moving ists, convention. They report a de- .p.Tnrp
their headquarters from Lake UVir tn . WEATHER NEXT WEEK

. ,
Belleview and have selected a suitable
location to camp near the baseball
park.
,r .... ,r r,., T".
r. ana .urs. r.ooerx r reeman ana
Robert Jr. have returned to West
Palm Beach. They were called to
, 7 CI 3 11 dim
oeatn oi 3ir. t recman s mother.

Mrs. Ora Mever has returned from, r m. Ya i BASEBALL SCHEDULE
, A T ... .parties of Tampa. The wedding oc oc-a
a oc-a business trip to Jacksonville. v

The members of the Florida state
road department who are assigned to
road work in this district, Messrs.
Hargrave, Cunningham, Younge, Mc-
Pherson and Beal, engineers and sur-(
veyors, are stopping at the Lake View,
House. j
Mrs. Elizabeth Freeman

The sad news spread rapidly over)min?ham on the 19th. The trip will
the village Sunday morning when it include the Yellowstone National
was made known that Mrs. J. A. Free- j parkf the Glacier Park and a tour
t- J .1 WWt 1

man naa pasea away, ine ena was
not unexpected as she had been very
low IOr several aay. nowever, ner

gomg cast a snaaow over the entire burning to Ocala in time for the open open-community
community open-community as she was one of Belle- ing of school, the latter part of Sep Sep-view's
view's Sep-view's oldest citizens and well known tember. Mrs. Todd is one of those
and liked by a host of friends. Mrs.jwho believe in seeing America first,
Freeman was born in North Carolina'- tfc,irfc v0 woctVr,

in 1862. She came to Florida with
her parents in 1884 and settled at'
Lake Weir, where she met and mar--ried
James A. Freeman and soon after j
moved to Belleview. Mrs. Freeman)
knew Belleview in
its infancy, was
..j -lL AL ,
, , s
law makers as a town and corporation
i n v 3
an-j saw many ui me iirsi nomes ana
v -u- j cl
n'lhl. hm HlTioPC apotaH vViza iris o
, j
in thp tr.ttn nrr tx-jisi fllwnvs Intral tn
-u:
Tiro fnner'il corTiVos irero Imlr? at
the Belleview cemetery Monday after-
noon and seldom has Befteriew seen
such a throng of mourners and sor-i
,r,- niA j i. i
iimiiig uuca. uiu uicii a::u uiucii wuu i
5f!dnm lpnvp tVipir hnmss trviAcrori
their way thru the hot afternoon sun
to the cemetery to pay their last re-.
spects to her who had been called be-1
y . ...

yond. Children and young folks who.irs. r. uianeuoru at oay o,.
had accepted of her kind hospitality Louis, Miss., for the past ten months,
and friendship came in numbers. ; Mrs. Carter left today for Tampa,
Grown folks were there, and her rela- 'where she will be with her daughter,
tives had gathered from far and near. Mrs. Kate Brinkley.

Mrs. Freeman was a member of the:

Christian church and the funeral serv-j of sympathy. The whole standard
ices were in charge of Rev. C. H.j and circle were covered with green
Trout of Ocala. Rev. Trout's sermon i asparagus fern and white and pink
was a wonderful message of comfort flowers. This offering came from
and went deep into the hearts of his 1 Ethel's Sunday school class, the Phil Phil-listeners.
listeners. Phil-listeners. Mrs. Hanson Hilton and aheas of the Baptist church. At the
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins sang sweetly "In! foot of the grave in the rich colors
His Love" and after the prayer the of the order stood the emblem of the
2 a J a.. .L- T" : Vr. cn Trw.To -1 VT a RtaTld-

servicts were lurneu uer iu me

em Star Chapter No. 127 of which! ard. The family had remarked that
Mrs. Freeman was a charter member.; they hoped there would be flowers and J Association.
This beautiful ceremony was impress-: there were fiowers in abundance. Mrs.! . ; ,
ivelv carried out in perfect order. Freeman was a great lover of flowers' Mus Juh. CoJm,. who h i been
Mrs". C. Edmond Armstrong m deep! and often during her long ilmess andjm ILand attending the comence comence-and
and comence-and touching contralto sang '-Abide ; confinement to her bed she would ask; :jjt exercises of John B. Stetson
With Me." After the last rites were5 to see her rose garden and one of her j University and visiting fnends of her
spoken and praver was offered by sons would lift her in his arms and; own college days, returned to the
Mr-. D. C. StarJev, chaplain of the carry her to see the flowers. Iome of her parents. Dr. and airs,
order, the grave was closed. j Mr?. Freeman leaves a hssb&nd,.C. L. Collins yesterday.
Faithful friends lingered to arrange two daughters, Mrs. Henry Smith andj
the abundant floral offerings. The Miss Ethel Freeman, three sons, Mrs. James Kershaw who was re-

wmnlrfplv cnvorwl and the.
ground all around
nmJ
auu in x
brance, the grave of her little daugh-
ter Janet, was covered with white
Wr At thp head of the rrave was!
a high standard supporting a friend-
ship circle and bearing the assurance

St. Louis First Baseman Holds 3Iany j

Records for Superb Playing
Over All Comers
Chicago, June 17. (By Associated
'Press). Writing baseball news this
season has developed almost exclus-
ively into writing about George Sis-,
ier, hrst baseman with the bt. Louis ;
Americans. Major league averages ;
released today, including the games of
Wednesday, show that Sisler not only
leads the American League but his
figures in most cases are better than
tnose oi any .auonai league piayer.
He is hrst in batting m either
league with an average of .443; first
in runs scored in either league; first!
in total hits in either league; first in j
Itotal bases gained in either league;
first in triples in either league; first ;
SUPPORT BY YOUNG RUBIN
ngntiui stay in tne sunsmne t-iiy,
each minute of the time there heing
. ,, 0j :
. . .,
ment, such as picnics, auto rides and
b ets music and
- . r
ettia hotel a novel feature occurred
when Miss Helen Harkness
became
' -f W. r f T TXT XI V U
dining room being decorated with
roses and fern and with 360 visiting
delegates in attendance, was a fitting
setting for the ceremony, which was
performed by Rev. D. S. Pooser.
Mrs. Rex Todd left this afternoon
Ito join the Elliott tour leaving Bir-
thru the Canadian Rockies. After
leaving the tour Mrs. Todd will visit
reiatives in Montana and Kansas, re-.
states will include all points of in-
terest.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Gerig have re-1
., . ., . 7
they attended tne mneteentn annual
convention of the Florida State Phar-j
, . 1
maceutical Association. Ocala sent a
, ,.
strong delegation to the
tee
Sunshine

City and made a determined effort toipect to leave Monday for their new

have the druggists designate Ocala
las the 1923 convention city, but Eus-
tis won out. However, Ocala
was
honored, in that Mr. Gerig was elected
;Psident of the association for the
ensumg year"
fr5. N. F fartpr. arcomnanied bv
'
her little granddaughter, Katherine
Brinkley, spent yesterday in Ocala,
route to Tampa, lhey have Deen
visiting a daughter of Mrs. Carter's,
t-i .j. t c
-""i '"ft'
Robert. Zebbie and Koy and three
rc.rAY.iT,iri-r KpsidAs many reiauves
, v
.
and friends, all of whom have the as-
j surance of much sympathy in their;
loss.
f
C. V. Roberts & Company were the
funeral directors in charge.

Stationary Firemen and Oilers Will

Take Strike Vote Station Em Employes
ployes Employes Will Not Vote
Cincinnati, June 17. (Associated
Press). Strike ballots to stationary
firemen and oilers and instructions to
general committees of the sienalmpn
to decide whether to take a strike
vote, will be in the mails by tonight,
following the decision of the labor
board last night cutting wages of
members of those unions. Clerks and
station employes will not take a gen-
era! strike vote, E. H. Fitzgerald,
'grand president of that brotherhood.
.announced.
CHIEFS MEET MONDAY NIGHT
Chiefs of the miners and railroad
unions agred today to hold a meeting
Tuesday night to discuss a joint
strike order.
HANN KILLED SELF AND
BURNED HIS HOUSE
Tampa, June 17. (By Associated
if Pe with his
jiamuy, .eison tiann, oi uover, near
Washington, June 17. (Associated
Press). Generally fair except widely
.r
ess). Generally fair
scattered thunder showers with tem
perature near or above normal, is the
forecast for Florida the week begin beginning
ning beginning Sunday.
Monday and Tuesday,
W f 1 A V
and 20th, Palatka in Palatka.
Thursday, June 22nd, Inverness in
Inverness.
Thursday, June 29th, Leesburg in
Ocala.
Tuesday, July 4th, 9:30 a. m., Lees-
burg in Leesborg; 4 p. Leesburg
in Ocala.
Thursday, July 13h, Leesburg in
Leesburg.
Mrs. L. A. W'ilcox, who has made
Ocala her home fo rthe past year and
who, since the death of her husband,
has been running the City Fish Mar Market,
ket, Market, left this morning for Lakeland
for an indefinite visit with her daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mrs. Wilcox is an active mem member
ber member of the Eastern Star, and during
her stay here made friends who will
regret that she expects to leave
Ocala. Her two sons, Merrill and
Joe Wilcox, will enjoy a vacation
spent fishing in the waters of the
gulf.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser and
granddaughter, Babette Peyser, ex-
home in Miami
For the past twenty
years Mr. and Mrs. Peyser and family
'have made Ocala their home and it is
iwitn regret mai wcaia vm iue ima
1 i
estimable family, and we oniy nope
that after having lived in Ocala so
long the tie will be so strong that
thev will decide to return often to
; - j
, sit tneir inenaa.
Among the Anthonyites in the city
today were Mr. M
'son. Thev report having just gather-
on. iney report navmg jusi gmei
ed a splendid crop of vegetables and
while the prices secured were very
satisfactory, Mr. Blessing is of the
opinion that we must have lower
transportation rates to make the in industry
dustry industry what it should be in Flordia.
He is a recent Marion county acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition from Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and
daughter, Marguerite, returned home
this afternoon from a pleasant visit
in Orlando with Mrs. Smith's sister,
Mrs. Lawton. Mr. Smith went to
t e n0-
j porxea io ie
nesaay, t tuc tv
changed
I, i ir XT' 1 Cmm
ner pians. xvrrw
joined his wife here at the home of
jher parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W.
Crosby, and after a
short visit they
will return together.

Tampa Bookkeeper Arrested by Postal

Inspectors for Forging
Money Orders
Tampa, June 17. (By Associated
Press). Lawrence B. Hill, former
bookkeeper for a ship supply concern
here, is at liberty today under a $2500
bond. Hill was arrested yesterday by
postal inspectors on the charge of
forging money orders. He is accus
ed of taking money order blanks from
ithe firm, forging them and collecting
the money from local banks.
CONTEMPT FOR THE LAW
IN FLAGLER COUNTY
(Times-Union)
Palatka, June 16 County Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner S. R. Fields, of Flagler county,
nas leit Bunnell, following the third
attack made on him by strangers last
rnaay morning, end is now at the
home of a brother-in-law at Lough Lough-man,
man, Lough-man, according to a statement by of officers
ficers officers of the state who arrived here
today following a clue as to his at
tackers. The story told by the offi officers
cers officers indicate that a determined effort
has been made to rid the county of
commissioner Fields, and that he has
finally decided he should leave.
Mr. Fields succeeded George Moody
as a member of the board of county
commissioners, having been appointed
by Governor Hardee. He was a new newcomer
comer newcomer to Bunnell when appointed, and
since that time has been more or less
in the public eye, twice before when
he was taken out and beaten and on
occasions when he appeared as plaint-
lrr in injunction suits against tha
commissioners to prevent their de deviating
viating deviating from a road contract, and to
restrain the Dupont company from
constructing a line of rail across
lands controlled by the Bunnell De Development
velopment Development company, of which he was
manager.
But whether or not any of the busi business
ness business activities and opposition to
movements set on foot in the county
are responsible for the attacks made
on him is not known. The men who
have taken him out were strangers
in the community, the last attack be
ing made at 7:30 o'clock in the morn morning
ing morning when citizens were going to their
business, and was in front of the
principal drug store of the city, and
was witnessed by one of Mr. Fields
fellow commissioners.
According to eye witnesses, among
them being Commissioner Jordan, a
clerk in the drug store, the postmas
ter and proprietor of the hotel, Mr.
Fields, who was always accompanied
by a body guard since his first attack,
but who was alone at this particular
time, was just entering his office
when a strange man at the soda foun fountain,
tain, fountain, gulped a glass of coca-cola and
sprang for Mr. Fields. Taken un unawares,
awares, unawares, Mr. Fields was unable to de defend
fend defend himself and a second man hur hurried
ried hurried up from behind, struck the strug struggling
gling struggling commissioner over the head
with a large calibre revolver and a
third threw a heavy canvas blanket
around him. The signal was given
and a car further down the street
hurried up and an effort was made
to put Mr. Fields in it. He managed
to prop his feet against the doorway,
when a second blow on the head ren rendered
dered rendered him unconscious. Previous to
being struck the second time he call called
ed called to the young man in the drug store
to come to his assistance, and not
divining what was taking place, the
clerk, who did not recognize -Mr.
Fields, started to assist the men in
p'acing what he considered a drunk
in the car. A forty-five calibre re revolver
volver revolver in his stomach stopped him
short.
The men drove hurriedly away, and
a few minutes later Mr. Fields' body
gu&rd arrived and started in pursuit,
but lost the fleeing men. In less than
a half-hour a deputy sheriff, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by ten or more ears, also
started in pursuit and met Mr. Fields,
weak from loss of blood and in a
dazed condition, walking along the
asphalt road near the Halifax club
house in Volusia county. He was
brought back to Bunnell and for two
days it was feared that his skull was
fractured. He was anxious to leave
Bunnell at once, telling his friends
that he had to be out of the county
by sundown, but physicians would not
permit him to be moved. Monday,
however, he want to Loughaaan.
tc talViTiP' machine which has
been on display at the U-Serve Store
v o fnv some months, awaiting a
claimant was claimed yesterday by
ir c M Tjimmus. business manager
of the Banner, who held the key that
it. Kers of every descrip
tion have been distributed for months
n tfc Mistomers of this institution,
and they had all been exhausted when
the lucky one turned up.

After Binding and Gagging Baggage
Master and Express Messenger
Looted Safe and Escaped

nusourgn, june 1. .I Associated
Press). The Fairmont express on
the Pittsburgh Lake Erie railroad
was held up near Webster, Pa 25
miles from here, at 10:40 this morn morning
ing morning by two masked men.
The express left Brownsville at
9:40 and it is believed the bandits
boarded the train there. They enter entered
ed entered the baggage car as the train
neared Webster and after binding and
gagging the expresse messenger and
baggage man, looted the safe. They
jumped from the train as it entered
Webster, climbed into an automobile
waiting with two men and disappear
ed toward Pittsburgh.
CHENG CHIUNG MING
HAS CAPTURED X ANTON
Peking, June 17. (By Associated
& e v. u
iat ben, head of the South China
republic, still fighting in the presi
dential palace at Canton, the troops
of General Chen Chiung Ming, who
yesterday occupied Canton, have
pressed on and captured Nanton. This
was reported in a Canton dispatch
filed at 4 p. m. vesterdav..
YESTERDAY'S GAME
Name p
H
14
4
Ocala Club 14
Lake Weir Club 0
The City Fish Market, which since
the death of Mr. L. A. Wilcox has
been run by Mrs. WTilson and her sons,
was sold this wek to Mr. W. R. At
kinson, who will continue to conduct
the business at its present location
on West Fort King. Mr. Atkinson
solicits the patronage of the former
customers and promises that he will
do everything possible to warrant
their patronaee.
Mrs. Carrie Hopkins Baer, who has
been holding such interesting meet meetings
ings meetings in Ocala during the past week
at the Baptist church, left this morn
ing for Newberry, where she will hold
meetings of instruction and study.
While in Ocala Mrs. Baer was a guest
at the homes of Mrs. W. T. Gary and
Mrs. L. W. Duval.
Mr. L. W. Duval left today for a
business trip to Nashville. During
his absence Mrs. Duval and daughter,
Adelaide, will visit in Tampa at the
home of Mrs. Duval's brother, Mr.
John Hansborough and her niece.
Mrs. Jackson. They left this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Our phone number is 74.
Use it
Western
17-lt
for the best Florida and
meats. Eagle Market.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mente, daugh
ter, Rossie, and Mrs. Laurie Yonge of
Jacksonville, arrived in town yester
day, making the trip in Mr. Mente's
new Hudson car. While in Ocala they
will be guests of Mrs. Mente's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thackerson and
family, who have been making Ocala
their home, leit yesterday for Alden,
which they will make their future
home. Mr. Thackerson has been away
all winter but his family remained
in town that his children might finish
their course in the high school.

CUT OUT NOTICE
TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:
All Light and Water consumers who have not
paid up their accounts by the 20th inst will be cut
off without further notice and $1.00 charged for re reconnecting
connecting reconnecting the service,
H. C. SISTRUNK, Gty Clerk-

S-S-S-SS-SKS-S
I Odd FeUows, Attention!
f 6)
Observe Memorial Day, Sunday, June 18 0

Odd Fellows are requested to meet at the lodge room Smday 0
morning at 10:30 and march in a body to the Christian church, to()
hear the memorial service by Rev. C. H. Trout. From the'dmrch f
delegations will go to the cemeteries to lay flowers on the graves cf i'
the departed brethren. Members of Odd FeUows are inrite ts ;
attend, and all are earnestly urged to bring, flowers, either to. 1.3 ;
lodge room or church. '
II is a Sacred Dsty of Every Odd Fellow to C&crve Ciis D:yj

Republican Leaders Will Keep It De-

fore Senate Until It Has Been
Enacted Into -Lair'
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sured by Senate : republican leaders
today that the tariff bill would be
held before the Senate nntfl it is
passed.
CONSIDERING SHIP-SUBSIDY
Republican members of the House
rules committee were called into joint
session today with the. steering com
mittee to discuss the legislative pro
gram with respect to consideration

- suusiu uui. lmmeoisfOjr-
c -Tt iA r i f

mvKULug oegan,- Chairman
campoeii left, explaining he was
uig lo me wiute House to confe
with President Harding, but withou
indicating whether he was to convey
a message from the leaders as to the
debated question concerning the ad-
jvisabiiity of action at this time.
FIXED POLICY ASKED FOB MUS MUSCLE
CLE MUSCLE SHOALS
Determination of a fixed policy for
the development of Muscle Shoals was
asked today by Senator Underwood t)f
Alabama, during a discussion in the
Senate of Henry Ford's offer and the
propaganda campaign alleged to be in
progress both for and against its ac
ceptance.
WOULD KEEP OUT BOOZE BOATS
A bill denying entrance to Ameri American
can American ports of any ship of foreign or
domestic register on which liquor is
sold was introduced today by Repre
sentative Edmonds of Pennsylvania.
ranking republican of the merchant
marine committee, which drafted the
ship subsidy bilL
PHILIPPINE DELEGATES ASK
FOR INDEPENDENCE
President Harding today received
a plea from the Philippins parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary mission for grant of -independence
to the Filipino people and
promised a reply setting forth the
views of the executive next ThunK.
day." "" -;?-
WILDCAT WARBLLNGS
The Wildcats had a prosperous and
progressive week's session this week.
They played four games and won
four games. On an average that is a
pretty good percentage. Three of
these four games were with fast teams
and were hard games. The fourth
game was not much work for the
boys but they got a little practice out
of it.
The ball association met last night
and the present Wildcat team is prac practically
tically practically assured of a full season's pay.
Things looked good when, those pres
ent unbosomed the line of pep they
had in their systems.
Van Landingham and Leon will join
the Wildcats in time for the games in
Palatka Monday and Tuesday. Van
has been playing with Perry in Lake
City this week and Leon has been
helping Leesburg beat the Pals. Both
these infielders will be with the locals
for the rest of the season.
Rev. and Mrs. C H. Trout are look looking
ing looking forward with pleasure to the visit :
of their son, Paul M. Trout, who is -one
of fourteen June graduates of the
well known and much talked off Bab Bab-son
son Bab-son College, in Boston. Be is now in
Richmond visiting his brother and
will probably be home the first of
next week.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922

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" Busch went out to sea' and came
back to report what he went out to
see. St. Augustine Record.
And is ripping: things up like a saw.
In the old days a lot of accidents
were prevented by the fact that old
Dobbin shied at the trains. If fools
could only teach the flivver that habit,
they would see more of the country.
St. Augustine Record.
And that's no bromide.
If ueorge Harvey wants to wear
short trousers at court parties, that's
his business. But what we object to
is having to look at pictures of him
wearing them. Jacksonville Journal.
Harvey's picture is like one of those
one-piece bathing suits. You don't
have to look at it.
The St. Petersburg Independent,
which is inclined to be rather strict,
says: "Tampa's sheriff is certainly
making a monkey of himself in his
bluffing at enforcing the 'blue laws' on
Sunday while he allows more serious
violations of law to go on every day
of the week and Sunday, too. He
stands in the light of a petty and
spiteful politician or worse."
The best memorial to Francis Scott
Key is the Star Spangled Banner
which ought to be accepted as the
American national air. "God Save the
King," set to different words and re renamed
named renamed America, should be left to the
British. Times-Union.
The Star-Spangled Banner is ac accepted
cepted accepted as the American national air,
but the tune it is set to is also Brit British.
ish. British. What are we going to do about
it?
Elsewhere we print an account of
the ill-treatment of a commissioner
of Flagler county by a bunch of ruf ruffians,
fians, ruffians, who seem to be residents of that
shire. If the sheriff of Flagler can't
break up or at least drive out that
bunch of thugs, the governor should
remove him and appoint a man who
can. Well bet a week's salary a gang
like that wouldn't last a week in
Marion.
The Sumter County Times says of
its roads: "In a few more weeks
Sumter county will have completed,
from the northern to the southern
boundary lines, one of the best asphalt
roads to be found in the state. Then
we need a cross-country road from
the Alto ferry, near Rutland, through
Wildwood on to the Lake county line
near Leesburg, and another from the
Weeds Landing bridge in the Wahoo
section through Bushnell and Center
Hill and on to the Lake county line
near Groveland. This would give
Sumter county one of the most com complete
plete complete systems of highways to be
found in any county in the state. Prac Practically
tically Practically every town and community in
the county would be connected by
these roads. It would only require the
building of approximately thirty miles
MICKIE SAYS
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of road to complete this system. There

is much sentiment now in favor of
these cross road3, and we believe it is
only a matter of a short time before
some definite plan for their completion
will be under way."
PIE-CRUST PROMISES
The truth of the old saying about
promises and pie-crust is being fully
proven by the business men of Ocala
in regard to the Oklawaha Valley rail railroad.
road. railroad. Some eight or nine months ago,
when the road was in the hands of the
sheriff, a long list of our business men
1 1 .9
signed a pieage to give tne road a
considerable proportion of their busi
ness if it was allowed to continue. The
road is in operation again consider
ing its battered equipment, it is be
ing more carefully managed than ever
before, but the business men of Ocala
are not giving it, enough business to
pay for the wood its diminutive engine
burns. Many of those who pledged to
patronize it have never had a pound
of freight hauled by it.
Receiver Christensen, a conscien
tious and competent railroad man
Si v.i .a a
nas nrougnt order out oi cnaos and
established a fairly good freight serv
ice. He does not try to maintain i
passenger service, for there is not
enough travel over the road to war warrant
rant warrant it. But he is giving a good rate
and tolerable quick time for freight
between Ocala and Jacksonville. The
business men of Ocala should remem remember
ber remember that not only their interest but
their honor is concerned in keeping
the road up and keeping their word.
If they do not, the time is not far
distant when the road will have to
shut down, for its timber transporta transportation
tion transportation is nearing an end.
BOOT-LEGGER SHIPPING BOARD
It was an unpleasant surprise the
other day when the American people
found that the shipping board passen passenger
ger passenger liners, kept running at the expense
of the taxpayers, were as much float floating
ing floating barrooms as foreign boats, and
the surprise was rendered more un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant because it was sprung by a
pro-German brewer, who barely graz grazed
ed grazed the edge of treason during the war,
and only made the exposure because
the lawbreakers were damaging his
business.
But whatever his motive, Brewer
Busch has done the country a service,
and proven himself more loyal than
the shipping board officials who are
breaking the laws they swore to de
fend.
The shipping board is a fraud any
how. Its blunderine extravagance
has cost the country money enough
to pay for a big war. If its ships
can't make money without govern
ment help, and at the same time
carrying whisky in defiance of the
law, they should be tied up, and the
shipping board officials should be sent
to jail. Morally and legally, they
are worse tnan any bootlegger or
moonshiner.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star June 17, 1902)
Ihe Lvenmg Star enters today
upon the eighth year of its existence
beven years ago yesterday when
Ocala was down to bedrock we be
gan the publication of the Evening
Star and all those years it has ap
peared daily and has faithfully and
earnestly labored for Ocala and Mar
ion county, giving the news as impar
tially and accurately as possible, ad advocating
vocating advocating and urging every measure
for the public good. We have receiv
ed liberal and steady support from
the people of the town and county for
which we are most grateful. We
shall continue to serve the people to
the best of our ability, thank them
for their liberal support and trust
that we shall continue to merit it.
The Montezuma hotel registered 35
guests yesterday.
Notice has been received of the
marriage of Mr. A. B. Kibler of Dun-
nellon in Valdosta, Ga., to Miss Mat
tie Johnson of Gainesville. The groom
is manager of the Kibler Bros, com commissary
missary commissary of the Dunnellon mines.
Harry Dozier returned yesterday
from the University of Pennsylvania,
where he is studying medicine. He
will spend the summer with his par parents.
ents. parents. Will Moore, superintendent of the
gas plant, was badly burned about
the face and hands by an explosion at
the plant.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star, June 17, 1912)
Laurie Benjamin returned yester
day from Loretto, where he attends
school, to pass his vacation at his
home in this city. On his way to
Ocala he stopped in Green Cove
Springs to visit his schoolmate,
Robert Cotter.
Miss Elsie Schneider left this
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morning lor a visit wiin ineiius m
Gainesville.
Rev. D. Bottolacio left this morn morning
ing morning for a pastoral visit to Boardman.
Mr. Charles Fox is filling Mr. Par Par-rish'
rish' Par-rish' place at the Postoffice Annex
during the absence of Mr. Parrish at
Lake Butler.
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
Our stock of fresh meats, vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry is always the best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
prompt delivery. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 2-tf

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
First Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon, fcubject, "rnnciDle or Front.
All cordially invited to attend.
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.
Duval, superintendent.
11 a. m. The pastor will give an
illustrated sermon for children.
7 p. m. Epworth League in the
basement.
8 p. m. Rev. J. C. Wainwright, a
theological student at Emory College,
will preach.
Come and worship with us.
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon,
"Justification by Faith."
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Sermon, "A Poor-Rich Church."
The open air services will begin to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor.
Subject, "The Woodcutters of the
Kingdom."
6:45 p. m. Junior, Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Service of song and ad
dress by the pastor. Subject, "God's
Quest for Man in the Mud."
"Better Come to Church."
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Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol
lowed by special memorial sermon to
the Odd Fellows. Subject, "Meeting
the Challenge of Best and Most Need Needed
ed Needed Thing."
The choir will render several spe
cial members at this service.
6:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor.
7 p. m. Senior Endeavor.
8 p. m. Preaching and ordinance
of Christian baptism will be observed.
The pastor will preach in the Chris
tian church in Mcintosh at 3:30 in
the afternoon.
A welcome to all these services.
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Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Subject, "Is the Universe, Including
Man, Evolved by Atomic Force
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
Church of Christ
(North Magnolia Street)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Communion. Preaching.
8 p. m. Preaching.
North Ocala Union Sunday School
A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.
m. Visitors welcome.
CAPS, CARS, CARS, CARC
Willys-Knight Touring.
Cadillac 7-passenger.
Buick 7-passenger touring.
Al condition. Cash or terms.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
14-tf Phone 8, Ocala
Albert's Plant Food for Cowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-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
Boston Baked Beans for Saturday
night supper. Carter's Bakery. 15-2t
GROWING
Yes we are crowing about our special
Florida and Western Steaks.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Daily 50c
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
RIALTO CAFE
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.

The Big
Muskeg
By

VICTOR ROUSSEAU
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Illustrations by
R. H. Lirinssto&t
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Cvpyiifaftt Vy SlsfVeUt DM
Tnars an old story," said Curtis,
"That's an Old Story," Said Curtis,
the Vice-President, When He Hao
Finished.
the vice-president, when he had
finished.
An angry wrangle followed, which
led nowhere. They flatly refused tc
spend any money on advertising. AH
the while, Phayre, leaning back in his
chair, looked on and took no part in
the proceedings.
"It comes to this," said Curtis final
ly, thumping the table energetically
"We'll have to increase our capital
The delay has eaten Into our reserves
We'll have to push straight toward
our objective, the Transcontinental
Then well have the monopoly of a
steady freighting business."
He could not get them to listen to
the story of the wheat lands. Wilton
wanted to advertise it widely, to open
it up to homesteaders. He had plans
for elevators. But the directors, who
resented Kitty's control, were dead
against him, and he got no thanks for
what he had done.
The following morning the Sentinel
Phayre's paper came out with a
cartoon showing a widow dropping her
mite into a bottomless pall marked
"Missatibi," which boiled over a slow
fire of wheat stalks.
Somebody had betrayed the secret,
thus forewarning Bowyer and enabling
him to open his campaign to deride it.
But Wilton would not open his mind
to suspicion.
He took counsel with Jim Betts.
The old man was frankly pessimistic.
"It looks to me," he ruminated, "as
if them two snakes'U get the line.
Joe must have been mad, or mighty
hard put, when he hypothecated them
shares." He turned to Wilton. "What
d'ye want to worry about it for, any anyway?"
way?" anyway?" he asked. "If Joe took a chance
like that, he couldn't have felt too
strong about it."
He laid his hand on Wilton's
shoulder. "Whisky's good," he said
In his odd way. "So's ginger pop.
But the mixture's h 11. So's women
and business, boy. I'd help ye with
that loan if I could see my way. But
I can't. I've been stung too bad al already,
ready, already, and I've got a grandson to
look after. Ye'd better make terms
with Phayre."
This was one of the worst blows
that had fallen. If Betts had lost
faith, who would have kept it? He
understood the allusion to Kitty. Betts
thought he was In love with her. Then
so must other people.
He was due at the court that day.
and gave his evidence. The half half-breeds
breeds half-breeds received each six months in
the penitentiary a light sentence, on
the jury's recommendation. Afterward
Wilton had a talk with Quain.
The two men had sullenly refused
to give any reason for their flight; If
the outlaw Hackett had advised them,
they did not put in that plea.
The jury had believed that one of
them had accidentally shot Joe, and
that this had been the cause of their
disappearance. So did Quain, ap
parently.
"I'm afraid, Will, that we can't hope
for anything fresh upon that subject,'
he eaid.
This business done, Wilton went to
see Kitty, swallowing his pride. After
all. it was for Joe that he was plead pleading.
ing. pleading. Kitty received him In the old
friendly manner, with a touch of re reserve
serve reserve that should have put him on his
guard. But he began eagerly.
Kittv," he said, "you know we've
crossed the Muskeg."
Then Kitty showed her claws.
"I was so glad when I heard of it.
Wilt." she said. "You've been trying
to do that all the summer, haven't
you?"
"Why res. of course." said Wilton,
looking at her in astonishment.
She put her hand on his arm with a
caressing gesture. "Do tell me what
a muskeg is. Will." she said. "Tve
heard vou speak of it so often, and I
can never remember the meaning of
those words.
Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market 2-tf

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A WHEELBARROW
IT WILL NOT MOVE WITHOUT BEING
PUSHED. WE WILL HELP YOU PUSH
YOURS
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THE BOOK SHOP
A dinner without a nie piece of
fresh meat is iike the play of Hamlet
with Hamlet on a vacation. Phone us
you wants for tomorrow's dinner.
Main Street Market. Call 108. 2-tf
Ana with that the last of Wilton's
Illusions fell from him, leaving him
face to face with stark reality. He
faced Kitty very gently.
"Kitty, listen to me now," he said.
"I've been in this game for Joe and
for you. When Joe died I saw that
we'd have to fight hard to keep the
line. I saw a lot of money in It, later,
and meanwhile you'd have enough to
live on, so that we could use your!
capital and your control to carry out
Joe's plans.
"Yes, W11L" said Kitty, with the
air of one who listens wearily to a
lesson.
"Joe's borrowing on those shares has
changed everything. The loan has to
be repaid before the year Is out. If
It Isn't, you lose the line. They'll
wreck it, and they'll wreck your for fortune,
tune, fortune, and that of the other investors.
Then they'll reconstruct When the
line has ceased to have any value at
all, Bowyer and Phayre will have a
new line of their own. Do you rnder rnder-stand?"
stand?" rnder-stand?" "I'm trying to. Will,- said Kitty.
"But what do yon want me to do?
'Tm proposing -this for your sake,
Kitty. If you sell your property In
Winnipeg yea can raise three or four
hundred thousand. I believe I could
borrow the rest. That will meet
Phayre's loan, and youll hold the line.
It's the only way, because no bank
would lend you money on the rest
of your shares now, after Bowyer's
campaign against us. And he's made
the most of the subsidence. It's
speculative what I'm suggesting. But
Joe would have done it. And In a
few years it'll mean millions.
"Are you sure, WlllT asked Kitty,
eagerly.
"Not sure, Kitty, but nearly sure.
"Will, you are Joe's executor. Do
you advise me to take that risk?
"No!" said Wilton sharply.
"But you Just said
"As Joe's executor, I can't Ifs not
sound business. An executor dares
not advise throwing away a certainty
for a speculation. As Joe's executor executor-no
no executor-no r
"Then why did you advise me toT
asked Kitty innocently.
"Because I thought you cared for
the line, Kitty. Because I thought
you shared Joe's dream for the future
of the Missatibi. I thought that even
if vou lost you'd have your house
here, and your .forty thousand, and
you'd feel that you'd done what Joe
would have wanted. As your executor
I say, sell out to Phayre before it's
too late. At least at least"
He could get no further. Kitty looked
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rendering anything but superior din dining
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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 town. Out
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Aek the Hotel
Inspector
Phone 597 Night Phone 408
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We Specialize in
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ELECTRICAL WORK
REBORING CYLINDERS,
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
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Osceola Sit. just of! Ft. King
up Into his face. "Will, I know how
you feel," she said softly. "I'm so
sorry. I've 'done what you wanted.
Will. But I haven't done it for Joe.
Tve done It for you. Will, you've
made your own obstacles. You've
never understood me. It's you I want
to help ; It's you I want my money I
for. Will."
Afterward Wilton could not imagine
how he had found strength to resist
her. With Molly lost Jim Betts him himself
self himself counseling surrender, and Kitty
caring nothing for the line, why did
he not let it go? In that black hour
the temptation of her presence, the
human love that was his for the tak taking,
ing, taking, screamed their weak counsel In
his ears.
It may have been the fiber of Puritan
ancestors, or simply the inborn Instinct
to fight to the end, that gave him his
strength. But he did not know how
he left her till he found himself in the
street
He went to the bank, the last place,
and the last hopeless effort, fore foredoomed
doomed foredoomed to failure. He went Into
Phayre's office.
"Good morning, Mr. Carruthers,"
said the president "What can I do for
you?"
"Big Muskeg's bridged," said Wil Wilton.
ton. Wilton. "That should send up the value of
the shares. I suggest that you renew
Mr. Bostock's loan when It falls due."
"My dear Mr. Carruthers, that's a
queer proposition to make to me!"
said Phayre. "You're not a simple simpleton.
ton. simpleton. Need I say anvthing more?"
"You know the collateral Is good.
"Good? It's splendid! I only wish
all our paper was as reliable."
"Well? Other banks may think the
same
"But they won't" said Phayre, smil smiling.
ing. smiling. "In ten years, when those wheat
lands are In bearing, this will be the
newest granary of Canada. Only,
they don't know It"
"How do you know It then?"
Phayre chuckled and began to drum
his fingers on the desk.
"You pledged your word to the di directors,"
rectors," directors," he answered. "Of course,
there were rumors of it before. But
your word Is good enough for me, Mr.
Carruthers. I'm a booster for Clayton.
I believe in those wheat fields and
17m going to have them. Better throw
up your Job, Carruthers, and take one
with us. What do you say?
Tm going back to work for you and
Mr. Bowyer right away." said Wilton.
"At least I guess it looks like coming
to that But I've got my Job to finish
and rm going to do It
(bdntinued Monday)
Studebaker Special Six Touring
Beautifully equipped, forty days
old, for sale. Car in Mr. Bridges' ga garage.
rage. garage. WOT be demonstrated by ap ap-pomtmen!AIbert
pomtmen!AIbert ap-pomtmen!AIbert Perez, care of A.
S. Burgess.

THE
BIRD
AND
PET
STORE

A NICE STOCK OF PUPPIES:
COLLIES,
ENGUSH ShEPHERDS
and WHITE ESKIMOS
ALSO, A FINE LOT OF
CANARIES and GOLD FISH
EAST FORT KINO AVE.
PHONE 606
You
Know
What
Willard
Service is
Like
When you trust your
battery to a service sta station
tion station that has nothing
more than convenience
to recommend it you're
taking a chance.
When you bring it
into Battery Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters you know it
will have the best care
and attention anybody
in the business knows
how to provide.
Every detaU of the serv service
ice service we give has been care carefully
fully carefully worked out by men
who make a business of
determining how battery
users may best be served.
YouH find the Willard
Standards of Service on'
our wall as a declaration of
our policies.
Ocala Storage
Battery Co.
Phone 348
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
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 and $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy. 13-tf



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It has been customary for centuries for Cities to grow
from Towns and Villages, and most of them have encoun encountered
tered encountered struggles during the early days of development.

ATffi COMPANY, a Florida

Now comes the HOLLYWOOD LAND

Corporation, and builds a City complete on an ideal site of

of 4,460 acres on the Dixie Highway, on the Florida East
Coast R.R.,on the Inland Waterway, on the Atlantic Ocean
17 miles North of Miami, 50 miles South of Palm Beach.

The Hollywood Depot, Concrete Construction, Tile Roof, 445 feet long, to befcompleted in November

I COMPANY BUILDING ALL PUBLIC BUILDINGS, STORES AND HOUSES
The Hollywood Company has completed a $45,000 Store and Office Building, Public Ga Ga-rage'f66xll5
rage'f66xll5 Ga-rage'f66xll5 feet; is building an immense Concrete Hotel 500 feet long, three stories
high and containing 100 rooms; a fine Concrete Bank, a Concrete Post Office Building,
Fire Station,1 Water Works, Electric Light Plant, fine School, community Church, 18-hole
Golf Course and two-story Club House, and a number of Spanish and Florida Bungalows.

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Hollywood Hotel, 300 feet long, 100 Rooms, Fireproof and Modern. Photographed June 3d

HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA WILL BE OFFICIALLY OPENED THIS FALL
With the big Hotel completed and in operation, the Golf Course ready for play, a dozen good stores, the bank, post
office, school, waterworks, electric light plant, telephone exchange, depot, novelty works, lumber yard, concrete, tile
and brick factory, paved streets, sidewalks, parks and trees and flowers everywhere.

Special Motor Trips arc

Planned lrom Ocala by
Our Representative

HOLLYWOOD LAND & WATER COMPANY, Miami
C W. DeLONG, District Manager
G. W. PARKS, Special Representative, Gary Building, OCALA, FLORIDA

See Miami the Manic City,
and visit Hollywood
while it is in the maiden

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922

.Brand

We are sacrificing Real Merchandise in this Mid-Season
Clean-Up Sale, and it will be worth your while to
see the savings you can make while they last.
THEY TALK FOR THEMSELVES
Gabardines Tropicals Airpores Silks
All at Extraordinary Figures During this Sale
One lot Young Men's Gabardine Suits, in both Sport
and Conservative Models, while they last
w $20.00
1 lot of "Crossett" Brogue Mahogany color.range of sizes
$5.00
Y. M. B. O. D.
We specialize in "Ladies' Footwear."

Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
' Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-Manatee-2:15
am t. Petersburg 4:05 i.m
2:55 am NTfork-SL Petrsbrg 1:35 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
:10 am JOcala-Wilcox 11:59 Am
7:25 am fOcala-Lakeland 11:50 arr
JMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S LAND
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern that Lydia Krohn, as
guardian of Lucille, Dorothy, Harold
and Albert Krohn, minors, will on
the 10th day of July, 1922,
apply to the Honorable L. E. Futch,
county judge in and for said county,
at his office in Ocala, in said county,
at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as the matter can be heard, for
authority to sell at private sale, the
following described real estate in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
The southwest quarter of the north northeast
east northeast quarter and northwest quarter of
the southeast quarter of section 16,
township 16 south, range 22 east,
which application will be based upon
e petition for sale now on file in said
T&urt.
Dated June 9th, A. D. 1922.
LYDIA KROHN, Guardian.
Ocala, Florida. 6-10-5t-Sat
NOTICE
v .i ? SPI Maater'a Sale
hv ls hereby given that under and
?h-7irtu? ?f a flnal decree rendered in
ouft ft!illJ:axise P" in the cir cir-hlnArU
hlnArU cir-hlnArU ,Mrln county. Florida, m
k..i?a? ,crtaln causa wherein W. 6.
Bullock is complainant and C. M. Liv Liv-i.lJf
i.lJf Liv-i.lJf defenant. the undersigned
causSfwUI on"161" to ery
Monday, July 3, A. D. 1922
"between the hours ot eleven o'clock a
m. and two o'clock p. m.. at the south'
door of the court house in Ocala. M-r-lon
county, Florida, offer for nle and
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described real estate
situate, lyingr and being: in Ocala. Mar Marion
ion Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
EV, of w!4 of block 31 Caldwell's
addition to the city of Ocala, Marion
county. Florida, according: to plat
. thereof .recorded in deed book K. page
741. of the -public records of Mlon
county, Florida, said land being other
wise descried as commencing 210 ft
west of the northeast corner of block
81. Caldwell's addition to Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, thence running west 105 ft thence
! running aoutn 224 feet, thence running

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. .. si ju ie, inence running norm zs
feet to point of beginning, or bo much
- ; thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
aald Anal decree and costs of suit.
D. NIEL FERGUSON.
Special Master.
fW.OOVAl. -
Complainant's Solicitor. 6-3-Sat

Reductions Worth
WHILE

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Mens Clothes of Extra Extra-ordinary
ordinary Extra-ordinary Vorth and
Value at a Price Quite
in Reach of Everyone
CRACRER
LUNCH
ROOM
North Magnolia Street
QUICK LUNCHES AND
REGULAR DINNERS AT
REASONABLE RATES
COLD DRINKS AND
EXPORT ON DRAFT
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
LAWRENCE HOTEL
Rooms by the Day, Week or
Month
Opposite Cracker Lunch Room
FOR SALE!
The entire stock and fix fixtures
tures fixtures of the
BELLEVIEVV TRADING CO.,
BELLE VIEW, FLORIDA
whole, or in part, regard regard-Jess
Jess regard-Jess ot cost, to close out.
DRY' GOODS, NOTIONS,
OVERALLS, JUMPERS,
SHOES, GROCERIES,
SHOW CASES,
COUNTER SCALES,
PLATFORM SCALES,
185-Gal. BOWSER Oil Tank,
1 Large ICE CHEST,
1 Big Safe with Steel Vault,
1 Medium Small Safe,
1 ROLL TOP DESK,
1 2-Seat SPRING WAGON,
1 PLATFORM WAGON,
1 2-Wheel ROAD CART,
1 Set WAGON HARNESS,
1 SADDLE and BRIDLE,
OLIVER PLOWS and Parts,
COLE PLANTERS,
SWEEPS, SCRAPES,
TWISTERS and
BULL TONGUES,
Georgia Cracker STOCKS.
BARGAINS FOR BARGAIN
SEEKERS, AT
Itelleview Trading Company
IJelleview, Florida
PACIFIC MUTUAL MULTIPLE
PROTECTION INSURANCE
PAYS
DEATH,
Permanent Total Disability,
OLD AGE,
ACCIDENT,
SICKNESS.
II. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
ICE
We can supply you with ice at most
reasonable prices for all purposes,
whether you want a car load or mere merely
ly merely a small quantity each day for your
home use. Our ice is absolutely pure,
being made from pure distilled water
and can be used for all purposes with
perfect safety.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 34, OCALA. FLAi

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
M. L. Wilcox is confined to his home
on account of sickness.
Postmaster Dnpree of Citra was
among the business visitors in the
city yesterday.
I Mrs. Ernest Blair ha? returned to
iher position in Helve r.ston's store
after a ten days' illness.
Home cured hams, whole or sliced,
at the U-Serve Stores. 17-3t
Boston Baked Beans for Saturday
I nicrVit cnrripr Partpr's "RnVprv. ln-2t
jr j
Mr. F. E. Harris, who has been crit critically
ically critically ill for several day3, was resting
well this afternoon.
Charles Liddon of Orlando is in the
city for a short visit to his sisters,
Mrs. G. C. Sheppard and Mrs. C. E.
Ahearn.
Dr. D. Atwell Farrer of Griffin, Ga.,
is among the strangers in the city.
Dr. Farrer is an eye and ear special specialist.
ist. specialist. Home cured hams, whole or sliced,
at the U-Serve Stores. 17-3t
Boston Baked Beans for Saturday
night supper. Carter's Bakery. lo-2t
Mrs. Mamie Fox, who .is enjoying a
short visit with her son, Mr. Charles
Fox, in St. Petersburg, is expected
home tomorrow.
Due to the illness of the leader
there will be no inspirational meet meeting
ing meeting on Monday afternoon at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leigh returned
last night from St. Petersburg, where
they have been attending the Florida
Pharmaceutical convention.
Fresh Western and Florida meats
at Eagle Market. Phone 74. 17-lt
Combine Dleasure with business and
go north on Merchants & Miners
steamers from Jacksonville to Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Philadelphia. Atlantic City
and New York are easily reached. It
The friends of Miss Frances Drake
will be sorry to hear that she is on
the sick list and hope that she will
soon be out again.
Circle B of the Baptist church will
hold its regular meeting Monday aft
ernoon at 3:30 at the home of Mrs.
R. H. Floyd, 303 Oklawaha avenue.
Master Spencer Cullen is looking
forward with pleasure to his summer
at Camp Sapphire, Brevard, N. C, for
which place he will leave next week.
Sunday dinner is not right unless
you have a nice piece of meat on
your table. Phone 74. Eagle Mar Market.
ket. Market. 17-lt
The fire this morning about eleven
o'clock was in the third ward, a negro
house about 100 yards west of Judge
Warner's home. Damage about $5.
Mr. J. H. Benjamin left early this
morning for Gainesville, there to join
his son, L. E. Benjamin and family,
and with them take an auto trip down
the east coast.
Mr. S. R. Whaley left this afternoon
for Washington, D. C, for a visit with
relatives. On the return trip he will
stop in North Carolina for a stay in
the mountains.
Latest books by Holsworthy Hall,
Emerson Hough, Arthur Stringer, H.
G. Wells, Margaret Pedler and teri
other prominent writers, at THE
BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
Miss Olive Dyal, who has been the
guest of her cousin, Miss Olive Wha Whaley,
ley, Whaley, left today for her home in Madi Madison.
son. Madison. She was accompanied by Miss
Whaley, who will be her guest for a
while.
Misses Ruth Collins, Chivalette
Smith and Theresa Condrey have re returned
turned returned home from Summerfield,
where they have been guests at a
house party given by Miss Gertrude
Mayo.
Mr. D. E. Mclver leaves today for
Richmond to be present at the U. C.
V. reunion. Before returning he will
visit Washington and its surround surroundings,
ings, surroundings, and also spend several weeks at
his old home in North Carolina.
Mr. Robert Clarkson has demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated during the tomato growing
season just closed that practically all
the loss usually sustained by the
crrnu-cr? from insect Dests can be pre
vented by what is known as the "dust "dusting"
ing" "dusting" process. Hundreds of acres
were saved by Mr. Clarkson when it
seemed that only ruin and devastation
would be the result of pest ravages.
He has secured the agency for cen central
tral central Florida counties for the process
that promises great things for the
growers in the future.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R- A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B.-L. Adams, Secretary.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
( RATES under this heading are as
IjIIo-rs: Maximum of six lines one time
- c; three times 50c: six times Tac: one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg reg-.
. reg-. iar advertising accounts.

AGENTS C igar stands, restaurants,
confectioners all buy our whirlwind
trr.de stimulator. ?7o commission
weikiy. Pocket sample. Catalog.
Sales plan free. Peoria Novelty
Co., Peoria, 111. It
WANTED Loan, $2000 on 9-room
house aiid other buildings; assessed
value 84000; 8 per cent interest and
monthly payments. Answer before
Tuesday, "Loan," care Star. 17-2t
FOR RENT One large, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished room convenient to the Arms
House. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Crosby,
or phone 470. 17-3t
FOR SALE Ford worn drive truck
with body; in good condition. See
R. R. Carroll. 17-3t
FOR SALE Two pieces of lattice
work 12x12 and 10x12. Phone
497. i7-3t
AGENTS WANTED We start you in
the candy making business at home,
or small room anywhere, furnishing
everything and buy your candy.
Men, women. Big pay. Experience
unnecessary. Candymakers Com Company,
pany, Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 16-6t
STUDEBAKER SPECIAL SIX Tour Touring
ing Touring Beautifully equipped, forty
days old, for sale. Car in Mr.
Bridges' garage. Will be demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated by appointment. Albert
Perez, care of A. S. Burgess. 16-3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, one upstairs and one down.
Each contains six rooms, sleeping
porch, front and back porch and
bath; private entrances. Recently
renovated throughout. Possession
upstairs apartment July 1st, down downstairs
stairs downstairs August 1st. Apply at 447
Oklawaha avenue. 15-6t
WANTED Either a well located va va-cant
cant va-cant lot or a 5 or 6 room modern
house in good locality. Will pay
cash for a bargain. Address House,
care Star. 13-6t
FOR RENT Apartment, furnished or
unfurnished. Apply 521 East Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. 12-tf
TO RENT On Sanchez street, No.
615, a six-room, furnished resi residence;
dence; residence; use of piano. Phone 474 or
write to Mrs. F. Lytle, Stanton,
Fla. l2-6t
BARGAINS IN USED CARS Willys
Knight 7-passenger touring, Buick
7-passenger touring and Cadillac 7 7-passenger
passenger 7-passenger touring. Cash or terms.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
phone 8, Ocala. 14-tf
WANTED Farm or grove, with
buildings, on good road, near town.
oN fancy prices. Address, "Coun "Countryman,"
tryman," "Countryman," care Ocala Star. 9-8t
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
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 Furnished house with
all modern conveniences. Possession
June 1st. Apply to C. V. Roberts,
or phone 305. 29-tf
The better you care lor
J v- your eyes the better
. a, your eyes will care for
j.r-- you.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
v)ntometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skiL
as monument builders. Among them
j are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to tne most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
1 stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of
Marion county, Florida, and the as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes of said county, will
meet at the office of the clerk of said
board on July 3rd, .1922, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of hearing complaints and re receiving
ceiving receiving testimony as to the value of
any property, real or personal, as fixed
by the county assessor of taxes, and
r.f norf ivtinc. rp viewing- and equaliz
ing the assessment on the assessment
books tendered on tnat aaxe.
T. D. LANCASTER J1U
17-3t-Sat Clerk of Said Board.

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A BANKING SERVICE
THAT YOU WILL APPRECIATE

We believe in honest and conservative methods. We believe in "Jg
promptness, courtesy, and the best banking service that it is pos pos-sible
sible pos-sible to attain. (j
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With these purposes ever before us, we cordially invite your ac- 0
count, with the assurance of safety and satisfaction. 0
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK I

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP APPLY
PLY APPLY FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will on June 26th, A. D.
1922, at Tallahassee, Florida, apply
to the Honorable Cary A. Hardee,
governor of the state of Florida, for
letters patent upon the following pro proposed
posed proposed charter:
Proposed Charter and Articles of In Incorporation
corporation Incorporation of the Weirsdale
Packing Company
We, the undersigned, desiring to
become incorporated under the laws
of the state of Florida applicable to
corporations for profit, do hereby
adopt the following as and for our
charter and articles of incorporation.
Article I. Name
The name of this corporation shall
be Weirsdale Packing Company, and
its principal place of business shall
be at Weirsdale, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but it may establish and main maintain
tain maintain branch offices at such other
places as the board of directors may
decide.
Article II. Business
The nature of the business or busi businesses
nesses businesses to be transacted by this cor corporation
poration corporation is:
1. To own. maintain and operate
packing houses and do a general
packing house business and pre preparing
paring preparing for market all kinds of
fruits and vegetables;
2. To buy., own, maintain and ope operate
rate operate trucks and other means of
transportation;
3. To buy, own, control and sell all
kinds of real and personal prop property;
erty; property; to conduct a brokerage and
commission business;
4. To borrow and lend money, taking
and giving such evidences of in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness as may be necessary
or required;
5. To do any and all things neces necessary
sary necessary and lawful to carry out the
above specified purposes, and such
other businesses as shall be en engaged
gaged engaged in by this corporation.
Article III. Capital Stock
The capital stock of this corpora
tion shall be Twenty Thousand Dol
lars, ($20,000.00), divided into 200
shares of the par value of One Hun
dred Dollars, ($100.00) each, which
said capital stock or any portion
thereof may be payable in cash, prop
erty, labor or services at a just valua valuation
tion valuation therefor to be fixed by the board
of directors at a meeting called for
that purpose.
Article IV. Term
The term for which this corporation
is to exist is ninety-nine years.
Article V-Officers
The business of this corporation is
to be transatced by a president, a vice
president and a secretary-treasurer,
to be elected by the board of directors,
and by a board of directors consisting
of not less than three nor more than
seven members, to be elected by the
stockholders at their annual meetings.
The names of the officers who are to
transact the business of this corpora
tion until the first annual meeting or
until their successors are elected
at the first meeting of the
stock holders and directors after
the issuance of letters patent, are:
President, H. L. Borland; vice presi
dent, Li. W. Duval; secretary-treas
urer, E. B. Lytle; directors, H. L. Bor Borland,
land, Borland, E. B. Lytle and L. W. DuvaL
The annual meeting of the stock
holders and directors of this corpora
tion shall be held on the third Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in June of each year.
Article VI. Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself is One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100, ($100,-000.00).
000.00). ($100,-000.00). Article VII. Subscribers
The names and residences of the
subscribers together with the number
of shares subscribed by each are:
Name Residence No. of Shares
H. L. Borland, Ocala, Fla 20
L. W. Duval, Ocala, Fla 26
E. B. Lytle. Weirsdale, Fla 20
H. L. BORLAND.
L. W. DUVAL.
E. B. LYTLE.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
On this day personally came before
me H. L. Borland, E. B. Lytle and L.
W. Duval, each to me well known to
be the persons described in and who
subscribed their names to the forego foregoing
ing foregoing proposed charter of Weirsdale
Packing Company, and each acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to me that he subscribed his
name thereto for the uses and pur purposes
poses purposes in said instrument expressed.
My commission expires on the 13th
dav of March, A. D. 1925. m
Witness my hand and official seal
at Ocala. Florida, this the 17th day
of June, A. D. 1922.
(Seal) D. Niel Ferguson.
17t Notary Public.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A- G. Blowers, W. M-
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S..
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. 1L
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Mr. Gompers says in substance that
the labor unions axe above the law;
oh, come, the law isnt as bad as
that! Philadelphia North American.

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ARE YOU PARTICULAR
About your meat? If it is clean and fresh? Call on us,
or call us up. We can satisfy youf wants. Good qual quality
ity quality and low prices.
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Beef Stew. ioc lb Fresh Ground IHmburger, zoc lb
Florida Beef Roast, ioc, 12 12c, 15c pound
EAGLE MEAT MARKET
Phone 74 122 Main Street

Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from tha
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain
ment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnt packed, 50c. at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamer Butter 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.
Phone 94

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The Lowest. Priced, Most Fully Equipped,
Most Economical Aato MADE
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HARDWARE 1
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Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. I8-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D, pbjsician and
surgeon, specialist eje, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

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and 1 1: th in the larger future shall be
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range arrange -nents are to be perfect, they
must !e placed in highly trained and
experienced hands. ihere is a funeral
director in your community who, pos possessing
sessing possessing this skill also understands
that he is called upon for something
more than prof es.gional s-ervice that
the es. eoce of his responsibility Is to
carry out each detail in the spirit of
a labor of love.
GEO. MACKAY & COl'PAUY
Funeral Directors
G. B. Overton, Director
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PHONE 167 ;
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANii BUILDER
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