The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening 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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OCALA

TEMPERATURES This morning, 68; this afternoon, 94.
WEATHER FORECAST Unsettled; local showers tonight or Tuesday.
OCALA, FLORID A MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 145
San Rises Tomorrow 5:23; Sets, 7:31
NEWMAN KILLED CQLL1I1EL MARC
SEtlATETQ GQUSIDER
FRANCE 111 TIE
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ARNOLD BUM RUDER IIIDICT
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If Political Questions Are Introduced t
French Delegates Will
Withdraw
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Paris, June 19. (By Associated! Jacksonville, June 19. The State
Press). France will take part in the J Marketing Bureau today advised wa wa-conference
conference wa-conference at The Hague with Rus- termelon growers not to ship melons
sian delegates beginning June 26th, weighing less than an average of
it was officially announced today. If twenty-two pounds. The Chicago,
political questions are introduced, j Boston, Philadelphia and Jacksonville
7i. the French delegates will markets are flooded. Jacksonville con-

uv n V va w
promptly withdraw.
MUCH INTEREST IN THE
MINNESOTA PRIMARY
roi,l Ji 1Q ( Rv Associated

.... Press). Minnesota voters went to the

polls today to nominate party candi candidates
dates candidates for the United States Senate,
Congress and state offices in a pri primary
mary primary election. There is more than
usual interest in the senatorial race.
Mrs. Annie Dickie Oleson is running
for the democratic nomination against
two men and Senator Kellogg has two
opponents for the republican nomma
tion.
PYLES-MELIN
A very quiet and informal wedding
and one that will be of interest to the
friends of the couple throughout the
county was solemnized Saturday eve evening
ning evening when Miss Lillian Melin became
the bride of Mr. James J. Pyles. The
wedding took place at the home of
Mrs. R. J. Perkins on East Fort King
and was simple and informal. Judge
L. E. Futch performed the ceremony,
which occurred at 8:15. Mrs. R. J.
Perkins, Mr. Robert P'erkins and Mr.
Marion Lummus, nephew of the
groom, were the only ones present.
The bride who is a pretty brunette,
was simply but stylishly costumed in j
white.
The bride is the fourth daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Melin of this city,
and has with her parents made her
home in Ocala for the past six years.
For four years she held the. responsi responsible
ble responsible position of bookkeper with the
Marion Hardware Company, until re recently
cently recently when she left that firm to ac accept
cept accept a position with the Wartmann
Nursery Company of this city. She is is-a
a is-a pretty and attractive young wom woman
an woman who has won for herself many
friends in the business world, who
.will extend to her sincere good wishes
for her future happiness.
..Mr. Pyles is well known through throughout
out throughout the state, for many years having
been a traveling man representing a
wholesale grocery house in this sec section.
tion. section. He is the eldest son of Mrs.
James Pyles of this city and the late
James J. Pyles, one of the best known
of the pioneer orange growers of this
county.
"Jim," as he is known and "hailed by
his friends, has left the road and' is
now a successful farmer and tomato
grower, his place being about four
miles south of town on the Orange
avenue road, and here this popular
"young couple wil be at home to their
many friends.
. The Star extends good wishes to
Mr. and Mrs. Pyles for future health,
weatlh and happiness.
DODGE BROTHERS
BUILD ALL STEEL COUPE
Behind the simple phraseology of an
announcement which Dodge Brothers
are publishing today in every import important
ant important city and town in America, lies the
story of a. new achievement in auto
mobile development.
The business coupe is the first all all-steel
steel all-steel closed car ever marketed. "Wood
is practically eliminated from the con construction
struction construction of this car," said Mack Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, the local dealer. "Even the frame framework
work framework and panels are of steel, and the
natural result is a lighter, quieter and
more durable car. Steel prolongs life
and reduces the possibility of squeaks
and rattles. The business men of
America have been expecting such a
coupe and Dodge Brothers have given
it to them. We already have good
- indications of a tremendous demand.
"The change of design in the other
Dodge Brothers care indicates that
while they have always adhered close closely
ly closely to the practical they are also pro progressive
gressive progressive and abreast of the time. It
is their policy to make improvements
year after year and month after
month and this is simply another step
forward."
Mr. and Mrs. John Melin are both
confined to their home on account of
sickness.

Growers are Advised

Marketing
Bureau Not to Ship For Next
Three or Four Days
sumes an average of ten cars daily.
Sixty-five cars arrived today. Melons
are bringing anywhere from freight
to $25 or $50 a car. Growers were
advised not to ship melons to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for the next three or four
'
AMERICAN LEGION'S
FLORIDA ADVERTISING
West Palm Beach, June 15. We
stand for all of Florida.
We are willing to doOf part
Will you do yours ?
This is the slogan of the American
Legion of the department of Florida
State Commander Jerome Wideman
of the' American Legion of the State
of Florida has one of the best adver-
tising schemes that has yet been pre
seated to boost this state and to give
the citizens of all parts of the U. S
a better idea ot wnat tne climate is
and what is produced here as compar compared
ed compared to other parts of the world.
The American Legion, through its
state commander, has completed all
details with Palm Beach County Ag Agricultural
ricultural Agricultural Agent J. A. Dew to take
charge of the proposition and the
J latter in his hustling1 manner has
taken off his coat and already has
made arrangements to present the
greatest campaign in the state to
have a display at New Orleans next
October when the Legion will hold
its fourth annual convention in that
cily.
This convention will bring together
the greatest assembly of young' men
the country has ever witnessed. This
gathering will bring together young
men who are wanted in the state. At
all other" conventions, such as Rotar Rotar-ians,
ians, Rotar-ians, Elks, Odd Fellows, Masons,
Kiwanas, K. of P. and, in fact, any
of the great organizations, the repre representatives
sentatives representatives are older men who have
established themselves in some local
ity. They are not in receptive a mood
to change residence and come to some
other place, x But in the case of the
American Legion, which is composed
of young men who are in the field for
a future home, Florida is in a position
to offer them one.
It is for this reason that the Legion,
through Mr. Dew, is going about a
system of advertising that will prove
to the delegates and visitors who will
be in the Cresent City that this state
is tKe future home for all of them.
A place where they can start and
make a better living for themselves
and be more independent than in any
other 'clime.
This state needs young men more
than any .other and now is te time
to go out and get them, when there
are thousands who will listen to argu argument.
ment. argument. How to get them into n
argument is to get them to ask ques questions
tions questions why they should come to Flor Florida
ida Florida to live. The Legion is going to
show them present arguments that
any sane person and 'they are all
srne who fought for our grand old
flag what the Legion wishes to do
is to have the grandest display of
what is produced in the state in the
way of citrus fruits
. Mr. Dew is going jto ask assistance
from the American Fruit Growers,
The Citrus Exchange, Chace & Co.,
and others, to give outright to the
Legion for demonstration purposes
three car loads of goods if possible.
The county agent wants to have
0,000 pounds of pecans, 6,000 pounds
ot peanuts, and witn the three or
more cars of grapefruit, oranges, etc,
to give away in some manner to con
vince the visitors that Florida is the
state to live in. He has reserved
space in one of the leading hotels in
New Orleans when the convention
convenes, where orange and grape
fruit juice will be served to those
who are thirsty. Peanut parching
stands will bejeased. and located at
j prominent corners in the city for
,the distribution of Florida peanuts in
specially printed paper bags.
Moving pictures of the entire state
will be shown, while plenty of good

Nineteen-Year-Old Girl W ife Denies

That Slain Man Had Alienated
.Her Affections
Jacksonville, June 19. Associated
Press). Gaither Newman, age twen
ty-seven, a guard at the county stock
ade, shot and instantly killed Arnold
Burner, a furniture salesman, in the
kitchen of the Newman home here at
noon today. Newman said that Birney
had alienated his wife's affections.
The wife, who is only nineteen years
old denies this and said that Burney
called to talk about the sale of a phon-
ograph. Newman surrendered.
ONE LITTLE JACKSONVILLE NE
GRO KILLED ANOTHER
Jacksonville, June 19. (Associated
Press). James Smith, age nine, was
shot and killed today by. Albert John Johnson,
son, Johnson, age eight. Both negroes. Both
had pistols, one loaded and the other
empty. They were playing under the
house. Albert fled after the shooting
and has notJ?een found.
CHIEFS MARKING TIME;
EMPLOYES MARKING BALLOTS
Chicago, June 19. (By Associated
Press). The railroad chiefs are
marking time today while the em
ployes of the roads are marking strike
ballots. By July 1st the referendum
will be completed and it will be known
then whether the nation faces an ac
tual strike and transportation war.
speakers will be on hand to show you
what Florida has.
The cost of this advertising will
run between $12,000 and $15,000. This
sum has been prorated among all the
counties on an equitable basis. All
v londa and not just one part will be
advertised.
As there are 78 American Legion
posts in the state it will mean a very
small amount for each localitv to
raise.
It is also intended to ask all cham-'l
bers of commerce, Rotarian, Kiwani
or othei organizations of business
men to help raise this trifling amount
m order to put on the greatest adver
tising game ever started in Florida
Here are a few of the plans of the
iegion:
Assemble a complete exhibit of all
agricultural, horticultural, mineral
and other natural resource, nf the
state, and nreDare these articles fm-
permanent, exhibit.
To transport this exhibit to New
Orleans and show it in the most
Drominent nlace in the citv v
To. send all kinds of souvenirs from
j
each county in the state and citv for
free distribution.
To act as a clearing house for all
chambers of commerce, county boards
and public and civic bodies who desire
to distribute lierature and dessemi-
nate facts of Florida's needs and od-
portunities. '
To keeD a comnlefe register nf'al
persons making inquiries or showim?
1 r
anv interest in tne stnt n.
,
ply those names to all organizations
who mav wish them, without snv
charge to those bodies.
" To keen a sufficient, snnnlv nf fresh
citrus fruits on hand a the place of
exhibit at all times and to provide
young ladies to slice or prepare this
fruit for free sampling.
To distribute free, peanuts and
pecans in suitable printed bags.
To do any or all things in order that
when a norsnn vr nsrennt laaira tnr
their homes in other parts of the
wrvrM tw n iw vi-io
world they will know what Florida
has to offer in the way of inducements
to come to this state' to make their
homes.
State Commissioner Wideman will
select and ask to serve as an execu executive
tive executive and advisory committee three
prominent men, not members of the
Legion, from different sections of
Florida, .who in addition to acting in
an advisory capacity, will select the
manager and will receive and dis distribute
tribute distribute all funds collected in connec connection
tion connection with the exhibit. Should any
balance be left in the treasury at the
conclusion of the exhibitfi it will be
returned to the different counties in
proportion to their contributions.
It is distinctly understood that the
American Legion of Florida is acting
only as an agent for putting on what
they believe will prove the best means
of advertising this state that could
be devised. The Legion will not ac
cept one cent for their trouble, donat
ing the services of every one to help
make this a big winner.

Trouble for Shipping Arms

Auto Ordnance Company -Official
In
to the Sinn Fein
Trenton, N. J., June 19. (By the
Associated Press) Colonel Marcellus
H. Thompson, vice president and ac
tive head of the Auto Ordnance Com-
pany of New York, has been indicted
by a federal grand jury here on the
charge of conspiracy to ship arms to
Ireland in violation of the neutrality
aws. me announcmenx was maae to-
day by Assistant United fctates At-
toiney Arrow-amitn.
Indictments were also returned
against the Auto Ordnance Company
and seven other individuals on the
same charge as the result of seizure
at- Hoboken last June of the 'steamer
East Side, in the coal bunkers of
which were found 495 machine guns,
ihe guns were alleged to have been
destined for use by the Sinn Fein in
Ireland.
PORTUGUESE CELEBRATION
RESULTED DISASTROUSLY
Lisbon, June 19. (By Associated
Press) Several were killed and about
thirty injured in an explosion on a
vessel in the Tagus river last night
during a firework- display in celebra-
tion of the successful completion of a
trans-Atlantic flight by Portuguese
aviators.
COWARDLY ATTACK
ON BISHOP ARAGONE
Monteviedo, Jjune 19. (Associated
Press). The condition of Archbishop
Juan Francisco Aragone, shot while
celebrating mass in the cathedral
nere 'yesterday, was reported worse
foaay. ine attacK was made ny a z&
year-old Spaniard, who arrived here
recently. After firing five shots the as
sassin pursued the archbishop to the
sacristy where members of the con
gregation overpowered the assailant.
120 INJURED AT CHEMNITZ
Berlin, June 19. (By Associated
Pi ess). One hundred and twenty per
sons were injured, some seriously, in
a fi&ht between members of a patriot-
AC organization and a party oi com'
manists at Chemnitz Saturday.
"LISTENING IN" ON THE O. H. S.
A Dusmess meeting of the Ocala
School Band was held at the regular
practlce nour last week ln hlSn1
senooi studio, r ourteen of the sev-
enteen enrolled members were pres
ent' and the follwing officers were
eieciea: jvan nenoeny, president;
Chivalette Smith and Sammy Savage,
vice Presidents; Turney Colbert, sec-
retay tnese to noia omce daring the
summer
Tuesday and Thursday nights were
definitely set for band practice. A
rulmS was made. imposing a fine of
i .-- . .
r cems uPon a member missing a
practice with no valid excuse. Three
I. -,,
sfcn aDsences wm resuic m suspen
I 1
The band at present is made up of
members from eleven to seventeen
yearS of &ge the averae aSe being
fourteen years. Mrs. Cole informed
those present that within a month's
time three new members would be
ready for entrance.
A motion was duly made and car carried
ried carried that little "Toad" Henderly be
band mascot. The business meeting
Wff 5?? by j?6 f'
I whlch Iasted til ten o'clock, when
the meeting adjourned. T. C
DODGES HAVE NEW DESIGN
Mack Taylor's Dodge Agency has
received a car load of improved Dodge
autos (if there was any room for im improvement
provement improvement in these popular cars) and
has sold the entire shipment already.
He looks for another car load in a few
days. If you want one it is advisable
to grab 'em while they are hot. The
new model Dodge has a higher hood,
slanting windshield and new rear cur curtain,
tain, curtain, which changes give the car a
much prettier line than the former de design.
sign. design. Mr. David Connor has returned
from Monticello, Ga., where he went
on the sad mission of tfce burial of his
wife. Mrs. J. F. Webb of Wigham,
and Mrs. M. O. Campbell of Lumber
City, Ga, sisters of Mrs. Connor, re returned
turned returned with him for a few days stay
in town.

Carnegie Commission Will be Asked
to Confer This Recognition on
Brave St. Petersburg Girl

St. Petersburg, June 19. (By the
Associated Press). Application will
be made to the Carnegie Hero Fund
Commission for a gold medal for Miss
Mary Buhner, who made a vain but
desperate effort to save ther chum,
Miss Dorothy McClatchie,- after the
latter had been mangled by some sea
monster while swimming far from
shore in the bay here Saturday. For
half an hour after the fish struck the
girl, Miss Buhner held her up in deep
water with a high sea running, mo
mentarily expecting to be attacked
herself. Miss McClatchie died from
loss of blood while being held up but
Miss Buhner swam with the body until
picked up by a boat.
George Rowe, one of the men who
went to the rescue of the two girjs
with a boat after hearing their cries
said: "That little girl," referring to
Miss Buhner, "sure is a brick. She
was holding Miss McClatchie out of
the water when we arrived and was
pulling her toward shore. She de deserves
serves deserves a lot of credit for,-her nerve
as she did not know what minute the
fish would return and get her."
More than twenty imprints of the
fish's teeth were visible on the upper
part of Miss McClatchie's thigh be between
tween between the two deep wounds made. Dr.
Lambdin, who examined the wound
after the young lady had been remov removed
ed removed to the hospital, said he found that
the femoral artery had been severed
and that the wound extended to the
bone and partly through the bone of
the leg.
5
MASONS WARNED TO KEEP
OUT OF KU KLUX KLAN
New York, June 19. (By the As
sociated Press). Supreme Court Jus Justice
tice Justice Tompkins, grand master of the
Grand Lodge of Masons of New York
state, in a statement today de denounced
nounced denounced the Ku Klux Klan and warn warned
ed warned members of tne Masonic fraternity
that they cannot be both Masons and
klansmen.
r
W. E. Smith and family returned
home Saturday from the meeting of
theState Bar Association in Orlando.
Mr. Smith says Orlando certainly did
enttrtain the visitors royally and as
soon as the sessions were over the
mentaj pressure was relieved and they
went on a real lark. The first eve evening
ning evening they were carried over Orlando
and Winter Park by autos, the trip
ending at Lake Side Park, where the
majority went in bathing and after
the swim cold watermelon was serv served.
ed. served. Thursday night a smoker was
given at the Country Club. All the
grounds in front of the club as well
as the approach to the club were en enlivened
livened enlivened with .Japanese lanterns that
swayed and twinkled in many colors,
each lantern hiding an electric bulk in
its center. Hairy Voorhis, the inimi inimitable
table inimitable and irrepressible, had charge of
the program and he did things up
brown. The entertainment which he
furnished was as good as Keith ever
put on the circuit, Howard Lyman,
Wilbur Tilden, Dr. J. D. Adcock and
Mrs. Lynch putting on numbers that
were hard to beat.
Mrs. George Mac Kay and Miss An Annie
nie Annie MacKay have gone to the comfort comfortable
able comfortable MacKay home at North Lake
Weir for the summer. Mr. MacKay
and sons will join them there for the
week-ends.
Mrs. Leon Mason is
week's illness.
out after a
Sara and Luvy, the two attractive
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James E.
Johnson of Palatka, are in Ocala with
their aunt, Mrs. L. W. Ponder.
A?
OU1 UUi

5 TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:

& All LigHt andWater consumers who have not
2 paid u their accounts b the 20th instwill be cut
& off without further notice and $1.00 charged for re-
& connecting, the service.
3i H. C. SISTRUNK; City Clerk

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Fate of the Soldier Bonos Will Also
Be Decided Before Recess
of Congress

Washington, June 19. (Associated
Press). Senate republicans in confer conference
ence conference today voted thirty to nine against
laying aside the tariff bill to consider
the soldier, bonus measure. A reso resolution
lution resolution favoring final disposition of
both the tariff and bonus measures at
this session and before any : recess is
taken, was adopted twenty-seven to
eleven.
MEXICANS ASKED TO APPRE APPREHEND
HEND APPREHEND MURDERERS
Washington, June 19. (Associated
Press ) The American embassy at
Mexico City and consulate at Tampico
j have been instructed to request feder
al and local Mexican officials to make
every effort to apprehent the murder murderers
ers murderers of Warren D. Harvey, an Ameri American
can American citizen killed June 17th by bandits
five miles from Tampico.
GOVERNOR SMALL WILL
OFFER NO EVIDENCE
Waukegan, June 19. (Associated
Press) Governor, Small will offer r.o
evidence in his behalf at bis trial for
conspiracy; attorneys for the defense
announced today, but -will rest on the
evidence of the prosecution. The an
nouncement came as a surprise as it
was expected the defense would re
quire two or three weeks.
SUN YAT SEN WITNESSED
SHELLING OF CANTON
London, June 19 (By Associated
Press). Sun Yat Sen, former head of
the southern Chinese government who
fled from Canton upon occupation of
that city by the forces of Chen Chiang
Min, was 'aboard one of the warships"'
which shelled Canton Saturday, says a
Hong Kong dispatch.'
BLUE SKY LOST AT SEA
London, June 19. (By Associated
Press). The "admiralty announces
that the drifter Blue Sky, which left
2 Portsmouth June ,12th for a Scottish
port, presumably nas oeen lost at sea.
with all hands. Wreckage of the ves
sel has washed ashore. The vessel
carried a lieutenant, two midshipmen
and eleven men.
MALEVER'S BANKRUPT SALE
- The opening of the bankrupt' sale
at Malever's store last Saturday prov proved
ed proved to be everything that the proprie proprietor
tor proprietor had promised, according to the
statement of Mr. Mai ever to the Star
reporter
As soon as the doors opened for
the day's business people began to
come in from all sections in order to
be on hand early and secure first pick
of the goods advertised at such attrac attrac-tives
tives attrac-tives prices, and Mr. Malever says he
does not believe that a single one
went away disappointed. There was
a steady stream of customers all day
long, and up into the night, and the
host of clerks were on the jump all
day long to wait on them.
Mr. Malever noted with much pleas pleasure
ure pleasure the many new faces that appeared
in the crowds, and upon inquiry he
learned that Citrus, Levy and Sumter
counties were well represented among
them. '.. ;
Though there was a continuous line
of costumers on hand all day, there
was not that unpleasant jam that
sometimes attends these special sales,
as the' establishment had attended to
the matter of having a sufficient sales
force on hand at all times to handle
them with reasonable promptness.
Mr. Malever says that while today's
business is not as heavy as that of
Saturday, the sale is progressing is a
most satisfactory manner. ,
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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1922

Ocala EvenmgStar
rafcllabfd Every liar Eset Sumdmy by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

old custom's staunch defenders "who
still persist to wear suspenders. Not
yet my soul so callous is, that I would
scorn my galluses. I know a button
sometimes goes, yet, even such as
Hannah sews; but when I feel the
slip begin, I hunt up a safety pin,

and even if the pins should fail, I'm
almost sure to find a nail or little

stick that I can trust; but just sup suppose
pose suppose your bejt should bust? What

Entered at Ocala, Fla., potofnc as I would you do, what would you say?

I draw the veil, I turn away. I would
not trust in doubtfu1 pinches to these
here new fangled cinches. Let's keep
our old and well-tried braces, let's
keep our holdbacks and our traces."

II. J. Blttiaser, Prrfdet.
II. D. IveKood, Vle-Preldet

P. V. Levesd, Seeretry-Treawer

J. II. UeiJamU, Edltr

second -class matter.

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His friends throughout the city,

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for first insertion; three cents per ne I day night, when word went out

1 IT K KAtZll DliklD'lUVm ... k.v... 1 . .........

change a week allowed on readers with- J through the city that he was seriously

out extra composition cnarges. ,11 and Saturdav mommo- his fripnds

Legal advertisements at legal rates : 7 ,

learned witn regret tnat ne naa pass-

to I ed avery restless night. Late Satur-

day more reassuring

By the way, what's happened

Col. House, Woodrow's old crony

Orlando Sentinel.

v' Possibly he is staying in the house.

,

reports came

from his bedside, however, and Sun

day morning his cpndition was much

improved.

As a mark of the respect and es-

tersburg Times.

And all other men.

According to headline a Brooklyn

man was shot in the lunchroom. Vital teem in which Editor Harris is held,

a 1 1 r 1 1 oi. D 1 m amr rthrhno moaaotTOQ -Fwvivi o At a

. I i. J A i J

taiice ana telegrams were recievea m

the city Saturday and Sunday inquir

ing about him, and the Star is happy

to say that it was enabled to send

out favorable reports in reply to the
inquiries it received. This paper joins

with the friends of. the editor of the

Banner, who are legion, in the hope

that he may be spared for many more

years of usefulness to his home town

and state.

The bon-bons loaded with hooch,

which are now on sale in New York,

ought to be called bomb-bombs. St.
Augustine Record.
Name not -deadly enough.

A headline in the Ocala Star says
the people don't want Henry Ford

for president. Give 'em a chance to
vote for him and youH see. Inver

ness Chronicle.

Sure. Give them all the chance

they want. ''

OUR SLIDE-EASY SENATE

Arthur Brisbane is now writing, for

the Jacksonville Journal. We sup
pose Willie Hearst will follow.-'-San
ford Herald. V

Arthur writes for anybody his

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES I L. Shear, Daytona.

FOR THE LEGISLATURE I Wakulla: Charles J. Ferrell, Arran.

Walton: Herman Bludworth, Defu-

Complete lists of the democratic I niak Springs-

nominees for the state senate and for

representatives to the Florida legisla

ture are here given, including the

hold-over senators. The hold-over sen

ators this time are from the odd-

numbered districts. Two vacancies,

from the ninth and twenty-seventh
districts, were filled in the primary
election June 6. The list follows:

For State Senator
District No. 1. W. H. Mapoles,

Crestview.

2. John P. Stokes.. Pensacola.
3. B. H. Lindsey, Bonifay.
4. W. J. Singletary,' Grand Ridge.
5. W. P. Shelley, Telogia.
6. S. W. Anderson, Greensboro.
7. Oscar M. Eaton, Lakeland.
8. W. C Hodges, Tallahassee.
9. J. M. Mitchell, Eifers.
-10. R. H. Rowe, Madison.
It. John S. Taylor, Larboro.
12. J. H. Scales, Perry.
13. Tom Campbell, W. Palm Beach.
14. W. W. Philips, Lake City.
15. D. E. Knight, Starke.
16. Jas. E. Calkins, Fernandina.
17. J. B. Johnson, Live Oak.
18. J. Turner Butler, Jacksonville.
19. M. O. Overstreet, Orlando.
20. N. J. Wicker, toleman.
21. W. J. Epperson, Bronson.
22. T. T. Turnbull, Monticello.
23. W. M. Igou, Eustis.
24. W. H. Malone, Key West.
25. H. H. Wells, Chipley.
26. W. A. Russell, Crescent City.
27. E. J. Etheredge, Sebring.
28. Howard G. Putnam, Oak Hill.
29. T. J. Knabb, Macclenny.

30. Dr. D. A. Cone, White Springs.

Washington: L. A. Brock, Chipley.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star June 19, 1902)

J. J. Gerig spent yesterday in Jack

sonville, v

C. E. Laveron will have charge of

! A. E. Delouest's store during his ab

sence.

H. C. Jones went to Dunnellon yes

terday to look after his bottling

I works there.

J. R. Martin left this morning for

Sumter county,, where he will look
after the work of getting ready and
drilling the oil well of the Pearson
Oil & Gas Company.

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Clyatt have

returned from a visit to Arcadia,

where they have been visiting Mrs.
Clyatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holzen-

dorf.

Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Liddon are

visiting friends in Tampa.

Stephen Jewett is in Fernandina

and Charles Lloyd is in Tampa looking

after phosphate interests.

Dr. D. M. Smith left today for the

mountains of eastern Tennessee for a

month's stay.'

Miss Louise Harris is visiting

relatives in Monticello.

A good many shs.de trees about the

city need trimming as their branches

hang so low over the sidewalks that

hats and umbrellas are knocked off
or punctured.

f

. Ocala Ten Years Ago
The Phi Sima Colls-p nnpnprl

o -i txt a n r jnrrn a a a a! I

ox. w a. m vy imams, ugusiuie terday for the summer term.

at. ut. j. a. voison, viamesvuie. i Miaa rta; tt j i. -i..

or Kepresentative lake celebrated her birthdav hv d

a l i r n r mm rt :n. I

Aiacnua: m. Amman, vampviue; uehtful sumrise nartv last niVht

J. Lu Matnews, uiana. I Mrs. H. A Ford

I J

rsaKer: rowers, maccienny. from her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Bird-

nay; i. em owties, raiiauia ji.y

Says the St. Petersburg Independ

ent: Senator Brandegee, of Connec

ticut, was asked upon the floor of the

Senate ; what had become of. the
charges against our army men made
by Senator Watson, of Georgia, some
weeks ago. Mr. Brandegee explained

that t-lia prtm tv. iToa tiA i.pnnTW1 -fVio

stuff is syndicated. But Hearst writes .x i

. i.i . i mat'i'vx i.v1 viae; yjLcociiit a uci c was a
nothing but checKS. .' I

made at this session of Congress, but

Until the women learn to qualify the chances are against it. If we in-

and vote they need not run a woman herpret the attitude of Mr. Brandegee
candidate in Florida so says the re-h WS,R 0 fft Tria w,ni,

cent election returns. Tampa Tri- I thino- nrnvon fins and th hf

Bradford: E. S. Mathews, Starke;

T. B. Pinholster, Brooker.
Brevard: J. J. Parrish, Titusville

Broward: Carl P. Weidling, Fort

Lauderdale.
Calhoun: A. J. McClellan, Blounts Blounts-town.
town. Blounts-town. Citrus: Fred Van Roy, Inverness.

Clay: L. E. Wade, Green Cove

Springs.

Charlotte: J. W. Shelley, Punta

Gorda.

Columbia:

sey and son, Master Ford Birdsey, of
Macon.

Miss Catherine Carlisle is visiting

friends at Micanopy and Gainesville.

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, after a pleasant

visit to relatives in Ocala, has re returned
turned returned to er home in Jacksonville

ft to

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We think it comes nearer saying
that women won't be elected until

men vote for them.

thing to do was to forget it. This is

characteristic of the Senate as it is
today, but it is a policy that should
not satisfy the country. Senator
Watson made a number of violent and

Our idea of a tempest in a teacup I sensational charges. Using "wild and

is all this stir over Col. Harvey mak- I whirring words," he said that hun-

ing up his mind- not to wear short dreds of American soldiers had been

pants at the high social doings at I put to death in France without legal

Buckingham Palace. With his thin J trials, and added that he could prove

shanks he doesn't like the idea of I his charges. A committee was p p-butking
butking p-butking hams that are fatter. I pointed to investigate, and that was

Times-Union. proper the Senate should either have

TT f m A I A 1 l I it i -mm- . .. ...

xiorrurs: i nai s ine worst one yei. i expeuea Mr. wat son iortnwitn or

else have investigated "his charges. It

Regarding the controversy between j took the latter course, and that was

belts and suspenders, Herb Felkel of I the better of the two. The commit commit-the
the commit-the St. Augustin Record Waltmason- I tee met and heard witnesses General

izes thus-J "To hold my pants I long Pershing, General Harboard and
have feltj that I would never wear a others testified under oath that Mr.
belt. I would not have you think at Watson's charges and atarrnipnt

that, my torso waxes over fat, but I were wholly untrue. No evidence

fellows should be pretty slight to I worthy of the name was offered to

wear straps 'round their appetite. So I sustain the charges. And then the

you may count me in among that I committee adjourned and it has done

worthy band, that noble throng, that j nothing since. This is unworthy con-

gallant bunch of bitter enders, of good I duct. If Senator Watson's charges

are true there should be a series of

City; Perry Witt, Ellisville. v

Dade: lien Willard, Miami. j Albert's Plant Food is the thing for

.ueboto: w. u. Ben, Arcadia. I making your flower garden and pot

Dixie: Thos. A. Fletcher, Fletcher. Dlants bloom. It is odorless and is

Duval: F. O. Miller, A. Y. Milam, sold in 25c and 50c packages and $2

MICKIE SAYS

-s-.si niVL. kvjw cr Ur,

PARK VIE MYTX GOT MO

UOAFERS.

cort-martials inside the army. If
they are not true the Georgia senator

should be censured in terms not per perhaps
haps perhaps so violent as he is accustomed to

use, but at least emphatic enough to

enable the country to understand how

little importance should be paid in
the future to anything he, may say.

Q AiMT
JEST too
Bret
To vv

itidJtXoS

It is "said that ridicule is the test
of truth and virtue. But it is never
applied except when we wish to de

ceive ourselves; when, if we would ex

clude the light, we draw a curtain be before
fore before it. The sneer springs out of the

wish to deny, and wretched must that
state of mind me that wishes to take
refuge in doubt. The Hillsborough
sheriff knows that he is legally and
technically right in proposing strict
law enforcement, but although all
laws have some monuments or memo

rials thereof in writing, yet all of

them have not their original in writ writing,
ing, writing, for some of those laws have ob obtained
tained obtained their force by- immemorial
usage or custom. Laws ought to be
fashioned unto the manners and con conditions
ditions conditions of the people whom they are
meant to benefit, and not imposed
upon them according to the simple
rule of right. Palatka News.
Which in this ease may be also the
complicated rule of might.

Jacksonville

Escambia: Frank X. Carroll, John

Clay Smith, Pensacola.

Flagler: F. L. Byrd, Bunnell.
Franklin: S. J. Giles, Carrabelle

Gadsden: E. Paul Gregory, Quincy;

M. L. Hinson, Hinson.

Glades: D. W. Stephenson, Moore

Haven.

Hamilton: J. B. Wetherington, I.

J. McCall, Jasper.

Hardee: S. D. Williams, Wauchula.

Hernandq: Hugh Hale, Brooksville

Highlands: Rev. J. A. Taylor, Se

bring

Hillsborough: A. T. Stuart; Tampa;

C. H. Taylor, Plant City.
Holmes: A. W. Weeks, Bonifay.

Jackson: Dr. E. Harris, Amos

Lewis, Marianna.

Jefferson: D. H. Mays, Monticello;

W. B. Bishop, Capps.

Lafayette: D. C. Geiger, Mayo.

Lake: Dr. W. A. McKenzie, Lees

burg; L. D. Edge, Groveland?

Lee: S. A. Henderson Sr., Fort

Myers.

Leon: A. H. Williams, Fred H. Da

vis, Tallahassee.

Levy: Craig C. Epperson, Williston.

Liberty: R. H. Weaver, Bristol.

Madison: J. E. Whitty, T. C. Mer

chant, Madison.

Manatee: Wallace Tervin, Braflen-

town.

Marion: Nathan Mayo, Summer

field; Fred Hocker, Ocala.

Monroe: J. F. Busto. George I

Knowles,Key West.

Nassau: S. A. Ogilvie, J. Hampton

Jones, Callahan.

Okaloosa: Paul G. Adams, Crest

view.

Okeechobee: D. R. McNeill, Okee

chobee.

' Orange: S. S. Griffin, Orlando; H,

H. Wetherington,' Apopka.
Osceola: C. S. Acree, Kissimmee

Palm Beach: M. D. CarmichaeL W.

Palm Beach.

Pasco: Edwin S. Dew, Passadena.

Pinellas: M. W. Ulmer, Largo

Polk: Thomas Bryant, Lakeland;

B. K. Bullard, Lake Wales

Putnam: Henry S. McKenzie, C. H.

Kennerley, Palatka.

Santa. Rosa: J. H. HarvelL J. C.

McRae, Milton.
. Sarasota: J. II. Lord, Sarasota.

Seminole: Forrest Lake, Sanford.

SL Johns: H. J. Piper, H. E. Mahr,

St. Augustine.
St. Lucie: A." W. Young, Vero

Sumter: S. W. Getzen, Webster.
Suwannee: A. W. McLeran, Wel Wel-born;
born; Wel-born; W. D. Mercer, Live Oak.
Taylor: H. T. Henry, Perry.
Union: C. H. Register, Lake Butler.
Volusia: J. A. Harper, Piers on; E.

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Muskeg
".:;': By

VICTOR ROUSSEAU
Illastrationa by
R. H. Lrrissstont
CHAPTER X
"
- The Abysmal Depths.
: Molly did not see Bowyer for two
months after Kitty's departure. His
next visit was as unexpected as all of
hi. It was in the afternoon, and the
girl came back from a walk along the
shore to see him seated in the store,
sleek, red, and self-satisfied, and her
father standing beside him, with that
look of awful fear on his face. She
had a momentary Impression as if the
factor stood up like a well man; but,
as she- entered, the right leg went
dragging under him, and the arm fell
limp at his side.
"How d'ye do. Miss McDonald
called Bowyer." "I just dropped in to
have a chat with the factor in passing.
Big things happening here, eh? The
Missatibi's mighty slow in crossing
Big Muskeg."
Molly flamed at the Insult to Wilton.
She looked at her father, and the ex expression
pression expression on his face went to her heart.
She turned swiftly to Bowyer.
"I 'don't want you to come here
again;" she said.
He started up, spluttering. "We don't
want' you she continued. "And we
won't be persecuted by you. There's
law in this country."
He burst, into mocking laughter.
"You never spoke a truer word, Miss
McDonald!" he cried. "I came here
as a friend."
"You can go as an enemy I" she re retorted.
torted. retorted. "And you can go now. And
remember there are men about here
who can use a whip!" (
He glared at her, but went without
a word, and Molly ran to the factor.
"He's torturing you!" she sobbed. "I
don't know what his power over you
is, but he mustn't come here again!
A few days later Bowyer went in to
Clayton and, by chance, his visit coin
cided with Wilton's.
When Wilton left her house, Kitty
sank down Into a chalr, clasping and
unclasping her fingers nervously." The
first time when Wilton had repulsed
her, she had been too humiliated and
conscience-stricken to bear him resent
ment. Her visit to Molly had been a
sudden evil impulse, which, when done,
she had attempted to justify.
r She, had, of Course, succeeded.
Gradually .she had begun to look upon
herself as a deeply wronged woman
When a woman loves, love is its own
justification for acts done in its name.
On the second occasion of her ad-
vances to Wilton she saw. by Instinct
that she had almost conquered. She
saw, too, that, having lost,' she had
lost forever. She might win Wilton
yet, but never in that way.
Now s she would go to any lengths
to, oust-Molly. Molly had never writ
ten to her since her departure, and she
did not even know if her scheme had
succeeded In estranging her from Wil Wilton.
ton. Wilton. But she inferred success from
Wilton's bearing. He had not looked
like a successful lover.
' Bitterly she reflected on her marriage-
with Joe. She had never loved
Joe, but neither had she hated him
She had loxeJ Wilton, r and, ; bound by
tradition and social circumstances, she
had concealed it. Then Joe had died.
Everything had seemed possible. And
Wilton had engaged himself to an another
other another to her best friend. Kitty was
not a bad woman, but she meant to
fight for her own. She would win Wil Wilton,
ton, Wilton, cost what it might.
When, therefore, late on the day afr
ter he had called on her, the maid an announced
nounced announced Tom Bowyer, who had never
been In her house before, she sent
down word that she would receive
him.
Neither Wilton nor Bowyer was
aware that the other was In" Clayton
when Bowyer called, nor did they
meet.
Kitty came downstairs, to find
Bow'yer standing in the parlor, twirl twirling
ing twirling his hat in his hands. There was
a singularly vulpine look on the red
V
Latest books by Holsworthy Hall,
Emerson Hough, Arthur Stringer, H.
G. Wells, Margaret Pedler and ten
other prominent writers, at THE
BOOK SHOP. 17-3t
Home cured hams, whole or sliced,
at the U-Serve Stores. 17-3t
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. IS-tf
Boston Baked Beans for Saturday
night supper. Carter's Bakery. 15-21?

(til Jm

Kitty Came Downstairs, to Find Bow Bowyer
yer Bowyer in the Parlor.
face. For an instant Kitty shuddered
Inwardly. Her passion for Wilton was
taking her into unrelished companion companionships.
ships. companionships. She asked him to sit down. "I'm
pleased to see you, Mr. Bowyer," she
said. "It was very good of you to
call."
Bowyer uttered a short laugh. "I'm
not a calling man, Mrs. Bostock," he
said, "and the ladies don't like me.
They know too much about me."
"That's very poor taste on their
part," said Kitty.
"That's as may be.' I came here on
business."
Tm glad to see you on business,
then," said Kitty.
Bowyer looked at her in admira admiration.
tion. admiration. "I see we understand each
other," he said. "That's what I like.
Ton ought to have been a man. Not
but what you'd have been spoiled If
you had been," he added, with a clumsy
effort at a compliment.
Kitty laughed outright. "Now I
know you have come to get something,"
she said.
"Not exactly. We've fixed things
so that you'll be able to pull out about
Christmas with your full investment.
But suppose Carruthers makes trouble?
Remember, you've done what you did
for his sake as well as your own. You
want to help him go into a more re remunerative
munerative remunerative investment. You know that
little affair of his is off?"
She started violently, and Bowyer
did not need to await her answer.
"That's what I came to tell you,"
he went on. "So I know we can
count on you to smooth things over if
Carruthers begins to wonder. You're
stanch, then?"
"You can count on me, Mr. Bowyer,"
answered Kitty, loathing herself and
him. "But how about yourself?', I un understand
derstand understand from you that you were going
slow. I hope you're not going too
slow?"
"I'm going to speed things up soon,"
he answered, frowning. "What's
happened helps things along. I don't
know what the trouble was. I thought
at first It was one of those lover's
quarrels. But It's lasted." His face
grew red. "I went there," he said
thickly. "She wouldn't have anything
to say to me. Ordered me off the
place."
Bowyer leaned forward confidential
ly. "See here, Mrs. Bostock," he said.
"If I get her out of the way if I
guarantee that Will Carruthers and
she won't meet again, howll that suit
you?"
"You've changed your mind about
marrying?"
"Maybe yes. Maybe no. I'm not a
marrying man. Nobody Is. It's general generally
ly generally an accident or a trap. But I can
promise you there'll be no trouble from
that quarter. Also, that she'll be out
of the' district before winter."
"That wont do," said Kitty with
sudden fierceness. "She may come
back." i
"She wont. And If she did, and
went down on her knees to him, he
wouldn't look at her."
"What do you mean?" asked Kitty
breathlessly.'
. Bowyer leaned forward again and
whispered in her ear. Kitty was as
pale as death. "How'll that do for
you?" he asked triumphantly.
Kitty rose, trembling. 'Til stick to
my word," she 'said. "But you're the
lowest cur I've ever known, Tom
Bowyer, and I hope I hope some
body flays you fla 3-3 the skin off you
before you've run your course."
ni take my chance of that,"
grinned Bowyer, as he rose.
Kitty sank back in her chair, her
hands over her face. Of a sudden the
abysmal depths of sin had opened be
neath her. She was tempted to run
after him and call him back. But she
could not stir. It was some time be be-hore
hore be-hore she forced herself to rise. She
went to the window. She guessed that
Bowyer was going to the bank. He
Studebaker Special Six Touring
Beautifully equipped, forty days
old, for sale. Car in Mr. Bridges' ga garage.
rage. garage. Will' be demonstrated by ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. Albert Perez, care of A.
S. Burgess. 16-3t
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

would return that way.iansd she -could
call him in and tell MnHthat she had
changed her mind.
Suddenly she started back behind
the curtains. Wilton was passing on
the other side of the road. He held
his head high, yet he walked like a
man who was '.broken.
Kitty watched him go by. Her heart
was full of pity for him, for his quix quixotic
otic quixotic dreams, his foolish faithfulness to
Joe. The picture that Bowyer had
limned of Molly faded from her mind
under the brighter glow that came
Into it.
Like Wilton, Bowyer had business
to transact with Phayre. He went
to the bank ; it was after hours, but
he knew Phayre would be there, await awaiting
ing awaiting him.
"Carruthers Is in town," said the
bank president.
"He Is, eh?" asked Bowyer, darting
a keen glance at him.'- "When did he
get in?"
"Day before yesterday. He was
subpoenaed on that case."
"That's so, of course," said Bowyer.
"What did they getr ...
. "Six months apiece."
"No new light on the murder of our
friend?"

"Nothing. Qualn didn't go Into that
phase of the affair at alL He'd ques questioned
tioned questioned them, and couldn't prove any anything."
thing." anything."
Bowyer fell into a -brown study for
a few moments.
"Carruthers been here yet?" he In Inquired
quired Inquired presently.
"Not yet. He's trying to raise a cool
half-million in town. I guess he's been
to the last likely place by now. So
hell be here tomorrow to renew the
loan."
You'll renew, of course," said
Bowyer. "Excellent wheat lands I
Fine investment for your bank, the
Mlssatfbi By the way, you hit It
strong with that cartoon 1" 4
. They both laughed, first at the car cartoon,
toon, cartoon, then at Bowyer's raillery.
"No more trouble with Clark?" asked
Bowyer.
"Not at present. I guess that extra
two hundred squared him. He's a
dangerous customer to handle, though.
And absolutely indispensable for a job
like we had to handle. A first-class
man at his trade, cool as a cucumber,
and looking like a gentleman. You'll
find it hard to beat that combination.
He could have had more than the two
hundred he held me up for."
"He's certainly worth it," admitted
Bowyer. "WhatH you do with him
next year?"
' "Why, he seems to like the work
here," answered Phayre, laughing. TH
keep him on, under my eye at a re reduced
duced reduced salary."
They both chuckled over that, but
Bowyer grew serious quickly. "Well,
Fve fixed Kitty Bostock," he said.
"Lord, It's a cinch handling fhat type
of woman. Once they fancy some
particular man, they'll go through h 11
to get him."
"You've told her youH buy her shares
at par," he said. "You haven't com committed
mitted committed yourself irrevocably to that?"
Bowyer threw his head Tback and
emitted one of his short laughs. "Well,
I may change my. mind," he said. "It
isn't In writing." V
"Suppose she raises Cain?"
"She can't She's in too deep. She
doesn't know how deep."
Phayre laughed again, but nervously.
"I never cared much for this business,
Bowyer," he said. "If Joe Bostock
hadn't died as he did rd never have
got mixed up with It. But that gave
us our chance. It was a very lucky
accident. If we werent committed be beyond
yond beyond recovery, I'd pull out even now."
"Pull outr echoed the other. "How
the devil can we pull out? The trick's
iflone."
"You've"
"Tve fixed It about that safe. We
bad a devil of a job the first time we
tried. He's got a deafmute there who
seems to have eyes like a cat, and
sleeps with them open. Carruthers
caught Lee Chambers at the window
and smashed his nose.' And, of course,
Chambers' usefulness at the camp -is
ended. However, I've fixed it now,
and a day or two will see us with what
we want, and Carruthers with what he
doesn't want."
"I suppose there's no doubt those
half-breeds did kill Joe Bostock," sug suggested
gested suggested Phayre, darting a keen look at
the other.
T guess not," answered Bowyer.
"Anyway, if s no business of ours how
it happened. Qualn put everybody
through the mill, including me. That
shows he's at his wits' end. If a new
clue comes to hand hell jump at it,
for the sake of his reputation. By the
way, Quain's the man I came In to see
you about. You've had a talk with
him?"
"I saw him yesterday."
"How did he take it?"
"Fine!" said Phayre, rubbing his
hands. "Hook, bait, end sinker. I
could see the flash of illumination
come into his eye as the seed began
to sprout."
"You didnt suggest ?" t
"No; Fm not quite such a fool as
that, Bowyer. I spoke to him about
Joe Bostock's investments, and the
missing half-million that he had drawn
out a day or two before his. murder.
And I left Quain to draw his own in inferences.
ferences. inferences. Don't worry Hell draw
them!"
"Capital!" said Bowyer. "You're a
good partner, Phayre, and In a few
days our patience will he rewarded."
(Continued Tomorrow)
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

CRACKER
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-
'tures of the
BELLEV1EW TRADLNG CO.,
BELLE VIEW, FLORIDA
whole, or in part, regard regardless
less regardless ol 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-Seait 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
Belle-view' Trading Company
Belleview, Florida
I Jf lit nil
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skiR
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very' simplest to the 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
l stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
SUPERIOR DINING SERVICE
We would never be satisfied with
rendering anything but superior din dining
ing dining service. There are too many res
taurants 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. Our
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
Home cured hams, whole or sliced,
at the U-Serve Stores. 17-3t
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. IS-tf

Salt Springs Yater
We always have on
hand a quantity of 1 this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready for delivery in five
gallon retainers.
PHONE 167
Chero-Cola Bottling Works

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dSSSS'.M0 Art. Expression!
4 Tlr40" "a Ant
. maa CHMA B. SCOTT. PrWii.
-v -Xiiijss rATENT
dersiS1SJ1,febyfiven that a un un-uersigned
uersigned un-uersigned will on June Sfith a ta
tolLatH TaUSf Florida, apply apply-to
to apply-to the Honorable Carv a H.i& J
Cary A.
governor of the state of Florida, fl 5
letters patent unon th rn'JT' "r
Posed charter: s
Prl!Sfrtejr Articles of In In-Horation
Horation In-Horation of the Weirsdale
Packing Company
bec! C to
7 wijwmeu unaer the Jaws -'2r
FIoa: appliSbl7to
.??ELoUwmS a and for our
iiu arcuues oi incorporation.
Article L Name
w -"yi corporation shall
be Wezrsdale Packing Company, and
its principal place of business shall
oe at Weirsdale. Marinn
Sfe bKl Jt Jy, establish and main main-itam
itam main-itam branch offices at such other
Idecidi aSthe 0f directors niy
Article IL Business
The nature of the business or busi businesses
nesses businesses to be transacted' by this cor corporation
poration corporation u: -,
1. To o wn, maintain and operate
. packing houses and' do a general
packing house business and pre preparing
paring preparing for market all kinds of
.iruiis ana vegetables;
To buy, own, maintain 1 and ope operate
rate operate trucks and other means of
transportation;
To buy, own, control and sell all
kinds of real and personal prop property;
erty; property; to conduct a brokerage and
commission business; ; :
To borrow and lend money, taking
and giving such evidences of in in-debtednesst
debtednesst in-debtednesst as may be necessary
or required;
To do any and all things nece.
2.
sary 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 corporation
tion corporation shall be Twenty Thousand Dol Dollars,
lars, Dollars, ($20,000.00), divided into 200
shares of the par value of One Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Dollars, ($100.00) each, which
said capital stock or any portion
thereof may be payable in cash, prop-
erty, labor or services at a iust valua
tion therefor to be fixed by the board
01 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 unui tne nrst atmm meeting or
un;ii tneir successors are elected
at the first meeting 'of the
stock holders and directors after
the issuance of letters natent. arei
President, H. L. Borland; vice presi president,
dent, president, L. W. Duval; secretary-treasurer,
E. B. Lytle; directors, EL I Bor Borland,
land, Borland, E. B. Lytle and I W. DuvaL
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders and directors of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be held on the third Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in June of each year.
Article V u Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corooration
can at any time subject itself is One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100, ($100,-000.00).
000.00). ($100,-000.00). V
Article VIL Sobscribers
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........ 2
E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla...... 20
EL 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 I.
W. DuvaL each to me well known to
be the persons described in and who
subscribed their names to the .f orego-
vas proposed charter of Weirsdale
Packing Company, and each acknowl

edged 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
day of March, A. D. 1925.
Witness my hand and official seal
at Ocala, Florida, this the 17th day
of June, A. D. 1922.
(Seal) D. Niel Ferguson.
1 17-2 Notary Public



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 19. 1922

Are You Dressed for June?

The next four months
are the months of
the year that call
for cool, comforta comfortable
ble comfortable clothing, and that
is the hind we want

to talk to you about
at this time.

OCALA OCCliilREIIGES

! If you have any local or society
litems for the Star, call five-one.

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Utility scia.-; s.,.ti.,

"Society Brand" 2-piece suit
$25.00

Regular Warm Weather Suits, $20.00
ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR, SOFT COLLARS, KNIT TIES
NIFTY LIGHT WEIGHT HATS
In Braided Straw, Panama, Bankok, Etc.
LADIES' STREET and THEATRICAL FOOTWEAR

Rev. Michael of St. Leo conducted
services at the Catholic church yester yesterday
day yesterday in the absence of Rev. Brennan.
Misses Doris Seeley and Fay Fagan

left today for Alachua, after a visit
of two weeks with Miss Fanita Cobb.

The regular monthly social meeting j

of the is. and F. W. Club wil! &e neia
tomorrow night at the club rooms at
8 o'clock. It is hoped that there will
be a large attendance as there is im important
portant important business to be transacted.

Miss Onie Chazal, a student at the
summer normal in Gainesville, spent
the week-end in Ocala. She came espe especially
cially especially to se her brother, Mr. Edward

Chazal, who is home on a furlough

from West Point.

Miss Emaline Blalock of Madison,
is in the city the guest of her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Blalock.

The Star received a very pleasant

and appreciated call from its corre correspondent
spondent correspondent at Shady, Mrs. A. R. Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Saturday afternoon.

Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c

and 50c packages. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. 18-tf

Potter Liddon of Jacksonville, son

of Mrs. Mallory Liddon, is enjoying a
visit in Ocala at the home of his aunt,
Mrs. H. A. Waterman.

Call phone 108 early aifti you

,a i a ri -r

wool nave long w wait xor juur
meats and groceries for dinner. Main

Mr. Gordon Moorhead of Jackson-

vile, accompanied by his brother, Mr.

Walter Moorhead, who has been "visit

ing him, spent the week-end in town

with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.

Moorhead, returned to Jacksonville

today.. Mr. Walter. Moorhead, who

has been serving in the merchant
marine, has signed up as mate for a

seven weeks' cruise, to Liverpool and

Hamburg, on which trip he will sail
in a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kelly and

son of Gainesville spent tHe week-end
in Ocala with Mr. Kelly's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.

Mrs. Edward Drake is confined to

her home by sickness. Her little

daughter, Frances, has also been sick
for several days, and it is hoped that

they will soon be out again.

Messrs. E. A. Osborne and C. W.
Hunter left this morning for a busi

ness trip to Tampa in the interest of

their big lime rock road material quar

ries near Williston.

Y. M B. O. D.

PHONE

Ml

COOK'S
MARKET
AND
GROCERY

7 ..... v

PHONE
174

Mr. Hubert Ten Eyck, of the Star's

mechanical force, spent Sunday in Pa-

latka, and likes the Gem City so well

that he phoned the office this morning

that he wanted to extend his visit for

another day. Under the "circum

stances," of course, his leave of ab

sence was extended.

Miss Theo Wall is and sister. Miss
Nellie Wallis, left last night for a
summer in the north. They will spend
a day and night in Savannah, sailing
tomorrow on the Savannah Line for
New York. After a few days in the
city, Miss Nellie Wallis will go to
Camp' Tega Witcha, in the mountains
of Pennsylvania, for the summer, and
Miss Theo Wallis will go to Long Isl Island,
and, Island, where she will stay this summer
with her aunt, at Shoreham.

MrT. H. Harris of Tampa arrived
in Ocala Saturday afternoon, called
here on account of the illness of his
father, Mr. Frank Harris. Mrs. Lewis
Shepherd, of Chicago, has also been
summoned and will arrive today. We
are glad to report that Mr. Harris
condition is improved and that he is
resting well.

The Baltimore and Philadelphia i
steamers of Merchants & Miners from

Jacksonville supply exceptional and
economical trips. Full information on -request
to Mr. C M. Halle, General
Agent, Jacksonville. it

Mrs. J. M. Gross of the Methodist
parsonage, who has been very ill, is
able to be out again. Lakeland Tele Telegram..
gram.. Telegram.. .

The beautiful new Helvenston home

on East Fort King is practically com completed,
pleted, completed, and Mr. and Mrs. Helvenston

and family will probably move in to today
day today or tomorrow. This residence
which is one of the most modern and

complete in every way, contains ten
rooms, wide porches and every mod modern
ern modern convenience in the electrical line
to facilitate convenience and comfort.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Hill and

two interesting children, Winnifred

and DeWitt, of St. Augustine, and

Mrs. Alvardo DeVane, of Jacksonville,

were Sunday visitors in the city? as

guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, at their home on South San

chez street. They returned home this
morning, and were accompanied by
Miss Mary Weimer of Tampa, who has
been Mrs. Leavengood's guest for the

past week. Mr. Hill has: charge of
the circulation department of the St.

Augustine Record.

The following party left yesterday
afternoon on the limited for Richmond
to attend the U, C. V. reunion, which
convenes in that city tomorrow:

Misses. Faye .Beck, Helen and Rachel

Veal, maids of honor, and Messrs. W.

E. McGahagin, J. L. Beck, Ira Beck

and Robert Frink. After the reunion

is over this party expects to visit

Baltimore, Washington and other

points of interest, returning about the

first of July.

The jolly house party of young
folks, chaperoned by Mrs. Harry Bor Bor-landvwho
landvwho Bor-landvwho spent Friday, Saturday and
Sunday at Daytona Beach, returned
to Ocala this morning about 4 o'clock,
tired but reporting the time of their
lives and ready to start again.
(Among those -who accompanied the
ball team to Palatka today were Mr.
and Mrs. C G. Rose, Mrs. John Good,
Mrs. Weller CarmichaeL Miss Louise
Spencer, Mrs. O. N. Geise, Messrs.
Sam Phillips, Harry Whittington,
Roy Gallowan and Brown.

Circle A of the Women's Baptist

Missionary Society will meet at the
residence of Mrs. O. H. Rogers on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue Tuesday afternoon at 4
o'clock. All ladies desiring to go and
not having any means of transporta

tion, phone Mrs. C. L. West and a way
will be provided. A good attendance
is desired.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spencer Jr. and
children, Edwin III and Catharine,

are expected in Lakeland today after

a week's absence, during which Mrs.

Spencer, Edwin and Catharine have
been enjoying a stay v at Daytona

Beach, while Mr. Spencer went to At

lanta on business for the Florida
Traffic Equalization League, for which

he is attorney. Lakeland Telegram.

Mr. Ralph Cullen is expected home

tonight from Amherst, Mass., where

he has been attending school. w

The One Standard

Mosquito Remedy
-Siveet Dreams

Sweet Dreams Became the One

Standard Mosquito Remedy
the Morning the First Dottle
Was Made.

Sweet Drpams livpft nn tn a rnnfa.

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tion that demands utmost efficiency.

At the time ingredients were highest,
and mosquitoes seemed to be hun hungriest,
griest, hungriest, Sweet Preams was made dou double
ble double strength. The double strength
quality was found far more efficient
so it's double strength today.
There's one thing to remember:
When a dealer offers "something just
as good," the man next door has
Sweet Dreams in large, original,
sprinkle-top bottles.
When mosquitoes are troublesome,
try the standard Sweet Dreams.
Sold by every druggist in every
town.

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 payable la
advaaee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising; accounts.

LOST Saturday, June 17th, Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American war discharge to John D.
Bowden; also postcard addressed to
Fitzhugh Lee Camp. Return to Star
office or to J. D. Bowden, Route B,
Ocala, Fla. 19-3t,

FOUND Two auto tires on rims on
outskirts of city. Owner can have
same by identifying and paying for
this ad. Meadows Garage. 19-3t

FOR SALE Building lot 70 x 70,

close in and convenient to schools.
For a short time $450 cash will buy
it. Corner lot with sidewalk on one

side. Address Box 404, City. 19-3t
OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels

genuine old Florida 90-day oat seed,

The only sure crop oat for this sec

tion. Ten bushel lots, $2 per bushel
Newcomb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. . v 6-18-lb

WANTED Loan, $2000 on 9-room

house and other buildings; assessed
value $4000; 8 per cent interest and
monthly payments. Answer before
Tuesday "Loan," care Star. 17-2t

FOR RENT One large, nicely fur

nished 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

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

AUTO SERVICE Day and night.

For prompt service phone 231 or
434. L. E. CORDREY, No. 20 East
Henry street. 19-tf

FOR RENT Rooms for light house

keeping. Nicely furnished, two
blocks from court house. No. 239
Oklawaha. Phone 507. 19-6t

WANTED Either a well located 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

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

Odd be Brothers

ANNOUNCE

2- l

FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences. Possession
June 1st. Apply to C. V. Roberts,
or phone 305. 29-tf

WANTED To rent, piano; must be
reasonable; also to buy three-quarter
size violin, small library table,
rockers. No. 5, East Ft. King. It

FOR RENT Two furnished bedrooms
aiid three rooms for light house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; also auto shed. Apply to
Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 216 Tuscawilla
St. Phone 543. 19-6t

FOR SALE Two pieces of lattice
work 12x12 and 10x12. Phone
. 497. 17-3t
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 TouringBeautifully
ingBeautifully TouringBeautifully 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 apart-.
. apart-. .ments, one upstairs and one down.

f.tH. DR. K. J. WEIHE,
'sS .Op101116"8 and Optician
3$vit o1 Eyesight Specialist
''J 7t-V ;
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala

I G E

We can supply you with ice at most

reasonable prices for all purposes,

whether you want a car load or mere

ly 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, FLA.

A Rncinocc Tpii itto

Conservative drandesV
in the body design.,
of all other types J

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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