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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Porter & Harding
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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 EVEN I
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Saturday.
TEMPERATURES This m
Sun RLes Tomorrow, 5:27; Sets, 7:31.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922
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WILDCATS N THE
GAME III A ILK

"All-Stare" Picked from Jacksonville
No Match for Home Talent
Of Oca la
Yesterday's game between the Wild Wildcat
cat Wildcat and the All-Star pick-up team
from Jacksonville was an easy victory
for Ocala. It seemed that the local
boys had their eyes on the old apple
and in spite of the fact that the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville aggregation used St. Augus Augustine's
tine's Augustine's star twirler, were were able to
connect with twelve of them for safe
hits. Although the game was played
in one hour and 45 minutes, it seemed
rather slow and lacking in pep but
this afternoon's game will likely be
faster as the Jacksonville lads prom promise
ise promise a better pitcher than they used
yesterday.
Red Ulrich tossed for the Wildcats
and held the visitors to only six hits j
but Red was a little off color (prob
ably a deep shade of pink) and walked
several men and showed that he was ;

i
not up to his usual mark. i watched the bathers and when "all
The feature work of the day may be 'aboard" was called and the "Silver
best divided into at bat and in the j Springs" swung out from the dock for
field. Burrie Taylor acquitted himself the run down stream, sixty-five of the
in handsome form at bat.. He was up! "Best People on Earth'' were present,
five times, walked two times, got a The committee on arrangements,
double and two singles. His batting i consisting of S. M. Lummus, Edward
average surely took a rise against the j Tucker and "Shorty" Davidson," had
well known Hernandez. Rymer and j left nothing undone which would add
Leon followed closely at Taylor's j to the pleasure and enjoyment of their
heels and secured two hits each, out J guests. The trip down the run which
of three times at bat. Overstreet and in itself is a treat, was made more en en-Liddell
Liddell en-Liddell came next with two hits out j joyable by music furnished by a col col-of
of col-of four times up. Hernandez secured ( ored stringed orchestra and cooling

two safeties out of four attempts.
The work of the Wildcats shows
much improvement at bat. Not only
are the boys swatting the apple but
they are using a little baseball along I

with it. Yesterday's game showed was served, consisting of chicken
four of the prettiest sacrifices ever purlo, sandwiches, pickles, etc. It be be-pulled
pulled be-pulled off on the local diamond. The ing one of the longest days of the year
boys are not trying to get glory for it was still light when the supper call
themselves but for the team and when was sounded. During the feast the
it is time to sacrifice a man the offer-: orchestra played and the wits and
ing is made willingly and cheerfully. ; humorists in the crowd told jokes and
This means that our team is coming stories which made the feast a regu regu-to
to regu-to the front. The sooner any teamilar jollification.

plays for the team and not for the in
dividual the sooner that team is going
to make good. In the field Taylor

again showed up in good form. He "been an annual affair for a number
made an error or two in the first part of years and each time it is the "best
of the game but in the last inning or ; yet." The committee today has been
two he redeemed himself nobly when receiving the congratulations of those
he snatched two from the grass in j who participated in the good time and
deep short and made perfect throws, j realizing how selfish the members
catching his men when it seemed that! have been, they are now planning an an-they
they an-they surely had made infield hits. Ry- other outing which will be no further
mer pulled off two sensational ones in; off than next month and the invita invita-left
left invita-left field, one of which made the i tion list will include the friends and
grandstand go almost wild. He ran) families of the members and two
back and nabbed one from the tall I boats will be required to carry the

timbers with one hand when it was
doomed to hit the fence for. two or
three bases. In the other instance it
was his mighty wing that drew the)

applause. He caught a long fly in left ; East Li ol, 0 June 23.-(By
and made a perfect throw to the plate Associated PreSs).Two men were
to catch the runner Rymer s arm is b,own to ieceg an(J three houges Qn
going to win some ball games for the the outskirts of Wellvsille wrecked
!LC 'today when nitro-glycerine being
The Wildcats pulled off one rotten t orted by antomobile exploded.
play that disgusted the fans for a ;
time but those same plays happen in innT n-c-ot
the best regulated ball teams. A fly' LIDDELL-HULBERT
was hit a little back of shortstop that j The announcement of the wedding
T.iMu nr Tnvinr cf that popular young man James

easily get but they were too polite Liddell, will be received with surprise
with each other and let it drop be- j and interest by his many friends in
tween them and even then were so Ocala. Mrs. Pearl Thompson Hulbert
over-courteous that they could not de-;of Jacksonville and Mr. James Liddell
cide who was to pick the ball up and! of this citv were luietly married on
throw it until the runner had scored, i Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock in
A play like this makes everybody feel Paaltka.
bad but we all know that they will j "Jimmie," as he is known in town,
happen sometimes and we are glad; being one of the stars of the Ocala
that this one is out of our systems, j baseball team, was in Palatka for the
Two double plays featured the games Monday and Tuesday. He took
game. Leon caught a hot line drive a short trip to Jacksonville between
on second and doubled Smith at first.! these games, Mrs. Hulbert returned
If Brooks had turned the ball loose j to Palatka with him and the ceremony
a second sooner a triple would have 'was performed which made them man
been made on Hernandez at second, and wife.
As it was the ball almost got there in Mr. and Mrs. Liddell are now stop stop-time
time stop-time to make the triple play. The; ping at the home of the bride's sister,
other double was made when Leon i Mrs. William Needham of this city.

caught a fly in deep center, relayed j The bride, who is well known in Ocala, j On another page of todays paper
the ball to Taylor who threw on a line' is an attractive young woman, and the : announcement is made of the Tampa
to the plate and caught Hernandez i many friends of the groom congratu- Tribune's "R-Word" Picture Puzzle
who was trying to score on the fly.! late him on obtaining such a charming i Game. Fifteen big cash prizes are of of-This
This of-This throw was another feature of the young woman for his wife. "fered for the fifteen best answers sub-

game.
The Box Score

Jacksonville AB R H PO A Ei
Carter, ss 5 1 2 1 1 11
Brown, J., 2nd 4 0 0 3 2 3;
Smith, J., 2nd 3 0 0 0 1 0
Hastings, cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Colee, c 3 0 0 3 1 0
Wilder, If 4 1 0 2 0 0
Hernandez, p 3 0 2 0 4 0
Jones, 1st (X) .... 4 0 1 13 0 0
Smith, M., rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
33 2 5 24 9 4
(X) Playing under assumed name

to keep his boss thinking he is sick.
Ocala AB R H PO A
Taylor, ss 8 3 3 1 4
Rymer, If 3 1 2 3 0
Leon, 2nd 3 0 2 5 3
V. Landingham, 2d 3 0 0 0 3
Overstreet, c 4 1 2 6 1

Wood, rf 4 1 0 2 0 0
Brooks, 1st 3 0 0 10 0 0
Liddell, cf 4 2 2 0 0 0
Ulrich, p 4 1 1 0 1 0

31 9 12 27 12 4 j
Score by innings: R H Ei
Jacksonville ...000 110 0002 6 4
Ocala 240 100 llx 9 12 4
Summary: Stolen bases, Leon, Lid-
dell. Sacrifice hits, Rymer, Leon,
Van, Overstreet. Two base hits, Her Hernandez,
nandez, Hernandez, Taylor, Liddell, Ulrich. Dou Double
ble Double plays, Leon to Brooks, Leon to
Taylor to Overstreet. Struck out by
Hernandez 3, by Ulrich 5. Hit by
Hernandez 2. Base on balls off Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez 3, off Ulrich 4. Time 1:45.
Umpires, Clarence Gates and Hansel
Leavengood. Gate receipts, $210.25.
ELKS ENJOYED PICNIC AND
BOAT RIDE ON THE RIVER
Members of the Ocala lodge of Elks
have always been known as good fel-
lows and royal entertainers, and the ;
boat ride and picnic last night at the j
springs fully sustained their reputa- j
tion in this line. The cars to carry the
party to the springs gathered at the ;
lodge hall about five o'clock and soon
the run out to the springs was made.
While waiting for the last minute de-
tails to be looked after the crowd
refreshments were served the travel travelers.
ers. travelers. On arriving at Conner the party
went ashore and there in the cool o
the evening a most appetizing menu
The return trip' was made in good
time, the jolly party reaching home
about eleven o'clock. This picnic has
crowd.
NITRO-GLYCERINE LET GO

Although the groom spent his early ,mitted and any one can take part,
childhood years at Santos, he attend-j There is no cost attached to playing
ed school in Ocala and now makes the puzzle game.
this city his home, being connected j Over $2,000 in cash is offered. First
with the whole grocery firm of S. A.prize, $1000; second prize, $500, etc.
Moses & Bros. He is also well known j Turn to the announcement of the

state.
The
their
Need-
couple expect to make
home here with Mr. and Mrs.
to housekeeping. The best wishes of j
their friends are extended to them for
their future happiness.
It is generally agreed that whoever
founded England located it too near
Ireland. New York Tribune.
New York has a statue of civic vir virtues.
tues. virtues. Cities always put up statues to
their dead. Washington Post.

WEST VIRGINIA

AT
Attempt of Owners to Operate Their
Mines Meets With Armed
Opposition
Fairmont, W. Va., June 23 (By the
Associated Press). A crowd of men
which the authorities estimated at 400
marched through the streets here this
morning and across the Mongahela
river to the east side of the city.
County officials watched the situation
on report sthat they were headed for
working coal mines enar North Fair-
jmont.
CONFLICT AT CLARKSBURG
Clarksburg, W. Va., June 23. Two
men were killed, a deputy sheriff and
a dozen other persons injured when a
mob attacked a trolley car carrying
non union miners and officers of the
Hudson Coal Company guarded by
deputies bound for the Lewis mine
near Reynoldsville, this morning. The
mob stopped the car, pulled off the
trolley and swarmed aboard. Two of
the attascking party were shot as they
crawled through windows. The mine
was opend on an open shop basis Mon Monday.
day. Monday. PICNIC AND FISH FRY OF
THE BUSINESS MEN'S CLASS
The members of the business men's
class of the Methodist church surely
did have a grand time at their picnic
and fish fry yesterday afternoon at
Blue Springs. About twenty left town
in the early afternoon and after a 45 45-minute
minute 45-minute run arrived at the springs and
there enjoyed a Thursday afternoon
holiday that was hard to beat. Those
who did not go in bathing sat around
and watched the antics of the bathers.
Then they partook of a picnic lunch,
the nicest part of which was the fish,
taken sizzling hot from the pan and
which had been caught by four of
Ocala's well known anglers, who went
over the evening before. At seven
o'clock the party was back in Ocala,
voting the afternoon the best yet.
In the beginning it was stated that
twenty "left town. To be accurate
twenty-four left town, but only twen twenty
ty twenty arrived at the picnic grounds, the
wanderings of the other four making
a story in itself. Messrs. J. W. Tally,
Ernest Colby, M. A. Ten Eyck and A.
M. Evans started out in Mr. Tally's
car. At St. Johns church there is a
large sign pointing the way to Blue
Springs. Overlooking this they went
merrily on their way until Romeo was
reached, and having inquired the way
to Blue Springs they were told that a
short run of six miles would take them
ther. Having started on this road
their ride came to a sudden and dis disastrous
astrous disastrous end, when a tree suddenly
seemed to rise up in front of the Ford.
Mr. M. A. Ten Eyck was unceremon unceremoniously
iously unceremoniously precipitated through the wind windshield,
shield, windshield, receiving several cuts of a
painful but not serious nature, and the
other occupants of the car were shak shaken
en shaken up rather roughly. The damage to
the car was a bent axle, which pre prevented
vented prevented it from going further on its
way. The axle was taken back to
Romeo where it was straightened and
when the repaired part had been plac placed
ed placed in the car it was about time for
the would-be picnickers to return
home, which they did, arriving in
Ocala about ten o'clock, hungry and
tired.
Those members of the class who did
enjoy the afternoon were Messrs. C.
W. White. Mack Taylor, J. P. Phillips,
H. B. Baxter, J. D. Williams, G. L.
Taylor, C. E. Simmons,.R. E. Smedley,
L. H. Pillans, W. W. Stripling, F. W.
Cook, W. W. Clyatt, Charles Adams,
W. R. Bryant, J. E. Frampton, S.
Hickel, A. C. Blowers, Levis Smith,
Albert Frampton and Mr. Kershman.
TAMPA TRIBUNE LAUNCHES
NEW PICTURE PUZZLE
iself what fine chance you have to
make as much as $1000 in a very short
'tinreand with little effort.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, U. S.
W. V., will hold an adjourned meeting
tonight at the American Legion hall,
to arrange for the state encampment
at St. Augustine, July 4-5. All mem members
bers members are earnestly urged to be present.
By order of
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.

AG

WAR

GERMAN SOLOiERS
IRE GENTLEMEN

In Comparison with the Union Miners
Of Williamson County,
Illinois
Herrin, 111., June 23. (Associated
Press). Herrin is quiet today after
yesterday's wild disorders in which at
least twenty-seven men were killed
and an unknown number wounded
when five thousand miners and sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers attacked approximately half
a hundred imported steel shovel men
and laborers working in the Lester
strip mine of the Southern Illinois
Coal Company. County officials main maintained
tained maintained that since no one remained at
work, that in itself was a guarantee
against further outbreaks and assert asserted
ed asserted that the 1000 members of the Il Illinois
linois Illinois National Guard ordered mobi mobilized
lized mobilized in Chicago for possible strike
duty here was unnecessary.
It is believed the death list will in increase
crease increase today. Fifteen bodies, tied
together and weighted about the necks
were cast into a pond, a miner told
the Associated Press correspondent,
and the area over which the killings
occurred is estimated at fifteen square
miles of hilly, timbered land.
NUMBER
WILL NEVER
KNOWN
BE
Sixteen wounded are in the Herrin
hospital, three in the Carbondale hos hospital
pital hospital and a number of others, union
striking miners, are believed to be in
their homes. There is little question
that the exact number of dead will
never be known.
MASSACRED NON-UNION MEN
All reports, whether from miners or
strike breakers or mine operators,
agree that the killings were really
massacres, that the victims were shot
down in cold blood after they put up
the white flag and surrendered.
ALL TARRED WITH THE SAME
BRUSH
Many persons in the county uphold
the slaughter as a rightful act of jus justice.
tice. justice. Citizens laughed and joked over
the affair. In the morgue women and
children as they passed through com commented
mented commented on the accuracy of the shoot shooters
ers shooters who brought down the victims.
Men who openly boast they were in
the attacking forces related with ap apparent
parent apparent pride stories that in war times
would be called brutality.
WOMEN
ACT LIKE
SQUAWS
APACHE
Mothers carried their babies into
the morgues and up to the piles of
dead in the roads with such remarks
as "Take a look at what your papa
did, kid."
A LONE SURVIVOR
West Frankfort, 111., June 23. (By
the Associated Press). One of the
non-union men who escaped from the
Herrin mine battle arrived here early
today without hat or coat. A crowd
gathered and the police took charge,
spirited the man out of town a few
miles and told him to get out of the
district. His arrival created a tense
situation here.
SHOULD PROCLAIM MARTIAL
LAW
Springfield, June 23. At 8 o'clock
this morning no response had been re
ceived here to Governor Small's de demand
mand demand last night that the state attor attorney
ney attorney and sheriff of Williamson county
give an immediate account of condi conditions
tions conditions and prepare to bring the mine
rioters to justice.
SMALL WILL DO HIS SHARE
Waukegan, June
23. Gov. Small
last night ordered 1000
state troops
mobilized at once and held under arms
to be sent to Herrin if needed.
At midnight last night the governor
telegraphed Brig. Gen. Black, adjutant
general, to assemble the 132nd infan
try and the machine gun companies of
the 100th and 131st infantry, with
such other companies as were neces
sary to make a force of at least 1000
men and hold them at the 132nd in infantry
fantry infantry armory, Chicago, to be moved
under further orders from him.
The governor directed that the
troops should be given full field equip
ment. He told Gen. Black that he was
reliably advised that life and property
are in jeopardy in the vicinity of Her Herrin,
rin, Herrin, Williamson county.
At 1 o'clock the governor telegraph telegraphed
ed telegraphed Sheriff Thaxton demanding an im immediate
mediate immediate reply to his telegram asking
for information about the situation,
insisting upon prompt action for the
apprehension of the men who are re reported
ported reported to have killed twenty-six or
more non-union workers and notified
the sheriff that the troops are being
held in readiness.
In a third telegram addressed to
(Continued on Page Four)

THE IRON HAI OF
THE GOVERNMENT

May be Laid With Full Weight on The
Perpetrators of Illinois
Massacre
Washington, June 23. (Associated
Press). The declaration that those
responsible for the southern Illinois
mine disorders should be prosecuted
to the fullest extent of the law was
made today by Secretary of Labor
Davis in a statement issued after con consultation
sultation consultation with President Harding.
COUNTY AUTHORITIES WERE IN
COLLUSION
Waukegan, June 23. (Associated
Press). Governor Small today re received
ceived received a telegram from a representa
tive of the adjutant general at Herrin,
placing the blame for the rioting on
the shoulders of Williamson county
officials. The representative who went
to Herrin a week ago said he at no
time thought the authorities could
handle the situation and that they
should have asked for troops before
the rioting started.
MEMORIAL SUNDAY
FOR THE ODD FELLOWS
The Ocala Odd Fellows observed
their memorial day last Sunday with
appropriate ceremonies. A good-sized
representation of the lodge, before
church time, met at the hall, from
wher it marched to the Christian
church and heard an appropriate and
eloquent sermon by Rev. C. H. Trout.
After the church services, delegations
from the lodge went to the cemetery
and laid many beautiful flowers on the
graves of their departed brethren.
The next meeting, Tuesday night,
the 27th, will be one of moment, and
should be well attended. On that oc occasion,
casion, occasion, officers for the next term will
be elected, and the lodge will admin administer
ister administer the lessons of the first degree to
several candidates from Gainesville.
f good-sized delegation from the Uni
versity City is coming over for that
purpose.
tnrday

Just arrived, beautiful dark colored Dress
Voiles, at a great bargain, sold formerly at
$1.00 per yard, Special

Another assortment of Imported Tissue Voiles,
light shades, fine quality and pretty patterns,
regular price $1.50 per yard, Special

THE USUAL LITTLE
RIFT III THE LUTE

Will Make Hillsborough Bond Election
Invalid Unless Legislature
Intervenes
Tampa, June 23. (By Associated
Press). Hillsborough county's spe special
cial special election Tuesday at which the
people voted a three million dollar
bond issue for good roads was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced illegal today by the county
and impossible to sell the bonds. The
county commissioners failed to adver
tise the election in accordance with
law. Thev must call another lwtirn
or wait until next April and ask the
legislature to validate the election by
a special act.
WU TING FANG
Whose Name was Once a Household
Word in America, is Dead
Shanghai, June 23. (By Associated
Press). Wu Ting Fang, former min minister
ister minister to the United States and more
recently foreign minister for Sun Yst
Sen in. the disrupted southern republi
can government at Uanton, died in
Santon this morning, according to a
Reuter dispatch. He was seventy seventy-eight
eight seventy-eight years old.
AMERICAN GOLFER WON
BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP
Sandwich, England, June 23. (By
Associated Press). Walter Ha gen,
an American professional golf star,
won the British open championship
today.
JACKSONVILLE ALL-STARS
PLAY OAK TOMORROW
The Jacksonville All-Stars will open
the Oak ball season tomorrow at four
o'clock. The Oak 'team last season
was a fast team and they say that
they have one that is much better this
year. All should go out and see what
the Oak team can do with the All-
Stars.

FRANK'S

u The Fashion Center
FOR

TOMMY DAY

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Marshal Wilson First of Number ef
Prominent Men Marked For
, Murder
London, Jane 23. (By Associated
Press). The police investigating the

lib

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into possession of documents aisclas- f

ing a conspiracy to take the lives of )

Mr w W yiwma 1 1 111 f
conduct a campaign of outrages, says f

MANY ARRESTS
London, June 23. (By Associated
Press) 4 Fifteen men and one woman

were arrested in raids throughout
London last night in connecti.onfM-.'
the assassination of Marshal Wilson,
it was announced in the house of com-
mons this morning by Austen Cham-
berlain. James O'Brien and James
Connolly, arrested after the shooting,
will be arraigned today, charged with
murder. -v

AMERICA FEDERATION
ELECTS GOMPERS AGAIN
Cincinnati June 23 (By Associated
Press) Samuel Gompers was re
elected without opposition president of
the American Federation of Labor to today.
day. today. This is his forty-first election
to office.
K. OF P. WORK
Ocala Lodge K. of P. continues
trnuea to
grow in numbers and good works.
Last Monday night, the degree team
worked on Esquires J. C Theus, I C
McLeod, C. H. Trout and Fred Todd.
They stood the test nobly, and were
admitted to the full honors and duties
of knighthood.
A large delegation from the Lees-
burg lodge is coming up next Monday
night, bringing with it a good-sized
class of candidates for the third rank.
So all good knights should be present
in full panoply.
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meanest ,f .motives. They wish to

conceal r their names lest they should
lose moneys There is seldom a week

passes but some man tries to sic the

Star on some fault in pnblic affairs,

but, when4ffered space in the paper
to express his views, provided he

signs his name, backs away from the

proposition like it was a rattlesnake.

And: wewjllnot aHowanyrperson to
express in the Star any views reflect

ing; on any. one else without his or her
name is f igned to the communication.
Governpt Jlaplee t should enforce the
same rule. When people call on him

to interfere ins the .affairs of their
home,countieVjhe;8hpuld require them

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to stana up oeiorc ine entire meeting

and say so. His failure to do so is

causing- many people to lose faith in

im,-and in th meantime is not caus

ing, respect for the law to increase,

not one Jitle bit.
t Tjhe Alachua County Fair Associa Association
tion Association will 'this year have' Malcolm R.
Williams, as, manager, and George
Evans, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Will-

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eonaecutive-Insertion. Alternate lnser- lams nag been connected witn tne iair

in ah" official capacity for several
years and it is believed" that the an-

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' Hon charges on -ada. that ran 'less than
;. six. tlmeslO cents, per Inch. .Special

position z per ceni aaaiuosai. attvcm i i.;
based on four-inch minimum, -Less than Inouneraent of his election as manager

(our Inches will take a higher rate,

which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application.
Heading Notices Five cents per Has
(or first insertion; three cents per Jtaa
,. for each subsequent Insertion. One
change a 'week allowed on readers with'
out. extra composition charges.
- Lgal advertisements at legal rates.

. stJ Every day is Friday for some folk.

,
.... Hillsborough county has voted three
.million. dollars to improve its roads.

j Life, makes the apt remark that
, Americans are the Uncle Samaritans
of Europe.

The occurrences at Herrin, IUs
.will cause the striking miners to,,ose
i' lt : .i .....is.

mucn oi me sympamy oi me pucuic
The democratic party of Florida
" i 4".can poll a quarter of a million of votes

it li wants to ana it snuuiu want. w.

wilK greatly t please the citizens of
Alachua "county. George Evans the

newly elected secretary and treasurer,

is ah "Alachua "county boy ''"and is at
present deputy clerk of the" county.

Gainesville Sun.
TbepregQingwUl 4 greatly please
Marion cOunty people. Mr. Williams
is a MarioH countyboy and a live
wire. 'Success to him and the Alachua
fair.

The Dearborn idea to make Henry
Ford president will be 'dear born in indeed
deed indeed for Henry when, the bills and re returns
turns returns come in.

- Why should the newspapers deny
the truth of Cadet White's story that
a, panther drove him up a tree ; True
it is that panthers can climb trees,
but untlerr the circumstances Cadet
White's panther didn't have to climb

j that particular tree. It's advisable,

however, to have a chew of tobacco

with you if you have to climb a tree to

escape a panther. Then if he climbs

after you, and you have good luck,

you can spit in his eye. A good mouth

ful of Mambier" in one of his eyes

would givea panther-so much else to

think -about that -he would forget a

man for. a while.

j Light and dark colors, in
! all the newest lines. Ap Ap-I
I Ap-I propriate for sports, busi-
ft f

ness, or lormaJ evening

wear.
looks right
wears right
feels right
J. A. CHANDLER

Second Floor Chace Building

j Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel,

South Main Street.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

"It is

t

queer," says Judge, "tnat in

" 'view of what it did for Morse, the At-

. lanta penitentiary has not been ad ad-;
; ad-; yertised as a health resort."
( That new republican party in Flor Flor-Ida,
Ida, Flor-Ida, born the other day, reminds us of
T Mary's little lamb.' Here's hoping" the
" jnuttonlet doesn't lose its life as well
" 0 as its wool. :l,J

Rome had to shelve the effort to col

lect a tax from tourists who linger
there.. .-We .know some cities j that

would jhaye o jay jis to stay, there

overnight, and pay well at that. But
we're jiot namiixg. them. By the way,

the Rome referred to is in Italy and

not in Gporsi- Times-Union. 1

Rome had to shell out quite extens-

iyey .t-Ojkeep several, bunches of tour-

uetuers. x c, in me nuape uj. many at attractive
tractive attractive residences 'and business struc-

CROWING
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
RI ALTO CAFE
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.

ICE

tures. Times-Union.
Encouraging statement.

that the critters insisted on, using the

eity as a tourist camp more than once.

' The dove of peace is shot to' pieces".
Tampa Tribune. ,
That happened seven years ago.
Pr'aps you mean the bird hasn't been
able to reassemble itself. f

Why not go after the people who
buy moonshine ? If there were no buy buyers
ers buyers how could there be any sellers ?-f:
Times-Union.
If they drink enough of it, there
won't be any buyers pretty soon.
Clarence E. Woods, the enterprising
and indefatigable hustler, has been
elected secretary of the Sumter coun county
ty county board of trade. No man gives more
conscientious attention to his work
than Clarence E. Woods.

The American Federation of Labor
is reported as wanting several amend amendments
ments amendments to the constitution. All right
all the federation has to do is to ob obtain
tain obtain enough good American votes for
its proposition. .

Taking advantage of our absence of
five days on the East Coast, the Star
management had our sanctum swept
out and the cobweks brushed down.
We hope the trip brushed some, of the
cobwebs 'out of the place where our
brain ought to be.

"The wages of four hundred thou thousand
sand thousand railroad men," says Judge, "are
to be cut down forty-eight million dol dollars
lars dollars a year by the railroad labor
board. That's all right. Their wives
can scrub and their children are eat eating
ing eating too much anyhow."

, Dispatch from Washington says the
aliens are soon to have their property

"NAgain. Our government is very tender

". with those who wished it in hell dur dur-ing
ing dur-ing the war, ut indifferent toward

i those whose bravery and sacrifice

kept it from going there. r

A dispatch from Northampton,

Mass., says: "Miss Margaret Schnei Schneider
der Schneider of Bartow, Fla., was awarded the
highest honor bestowed by Smith Col

lege, when she received the degree of

master of arts at the college conv
mencement today. This is the high

est degree conferred by women's col

leges in the United States."

A

Governor Hardee is makincr a great

mistake by withholding the .names of
those who petition him v to -have the

sheriffs of the different counties en enforce
force enforce the Sunday laws to the letter.

The people have some" respect for a
bigot who comes out in the ooen to

standjiy his belief, even if his.higotry
Causes them trouble: but for th man

who tries to have obnoxious laws en enforced,
forced, enforced, and is at he ame ,time. top
big a coward to come out ii' the open
and work for them, they have a large
measure of contempt. Such men are
generally governed by avarice the

By the way, what's happened to Col.

Honsf jppdrqwfa j4 pU,;Wy; Or Orlando
lando Orlando Sentinel. Possibly he is staying
in thejhouse. Ocala,Star. Or -trying

to play around with v General Obliv

ion! Orlando Sentinel.

Oblivion for a while, any how.

,Tbat Gorgi Jov whossaidhe had

disarmed a -man who attempted to

hold him up proved to a big husky

Jacksonville policeman that it was not

impossible, by throwing the policeman

and taking his flashlight -from him, on

a dare. Tampa Tribune.

Most Georgia boys are unhealthy to

fool with, anyhow.

The sweet stuff that girls eat (now

adays, says a physician, "Leads
straight to bow legs, knock knees and

broken arches." Never have the evil

effects jaf. a bad diet been so ob-

viou.-r-Tampa; Tribune.

If the physician's diagnosis i cor

rect, jftiy fW-QsMft-Sirl8 eat sweets
that is, so far as can be seen.

Leesburg has a long white way. We

never recognized the length of it until

we tried to walk it, with two blisters

on the sole of out right hindf oot, night

oeiore iasc

There was a man
And all his life,
He'd worked in a shipyard;
And he had a baby
And it was going Jto be christened,
Ajdor a'eek
He cjpuldijt jsleep nights
Because he was worried,
For fear the minister
Would hurt the baby
When he hit it with the bottle.
The Fore River Log.

CRACKER
lUNCe

ROOM

it

Jv-;- North, Magjolia Street
QUICK LUNCHES AND
REGULAR DINNERS AT
REASONABLE BATES

- J COLD PRINK AND 1
jEXPQBTvON pRAFT

Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.

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, FLA.

(Evening Star June 23, 1902)
Richard S. Hall and family will re

turn f rom Belleview in a few days
'and occupy their Ocala residence.

The Fausett canning factory com commenced
menced commenced operations .this morning. A
big pile of ripe tomatoes were on
hand ready to be packed. Mr. C. M.
Cam who has been operating the fac fac-jtory
jtory fac-jtory at Reddick, is giving the Ocala
factory the benefit of his experience,
j C. C. Rawls, administrator for the
! estate of the late B. D. Hodge, yester yester-jc'ay
jc'ay yester-jc'ay sold at public auction a piece of

j suburban property in Macon, Ga., and

bid it in himself for $75. The prop property
erty property was valued at $500.
Prof. B. F.-Borden of Oxford is a
candidate for member of the board of
public instruction of Sumter county.

Prof. Borden is an educator of great
promise and high standing and we

trust the voters of Sumter will ad advance
vance advance the cause of education by his

election.

F. E. Wetherbee will run an excur

sion from Ocala to Eureka Friday, to

carry passengers to the picnic via the j

S. S. & W. to the springs and thence

down the run to Eureka on the Helen,
e
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star June 23, 1912)
The band concert on the public
square last night, the first of the sea season,
son, season, was a most enjoyable occasion. A
large crowd was present. The south
and east sides of the square were
!;ned with autos and hundreds of peo people
ple people were on the walks and courthouse
step's. Everyone owes the band thanks

ofr a musical treat.

Miss Ellen Stripling has returned
from her visit to Miss Meme Davis at
the lake.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton has returned
from a visit to her father in Arcadia.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Yancey and
little daughter on their way to Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma are visiting relatives in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. H. W. Tucker has sold the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael & Sons Co. an electric eleva elevator
tor elevator -which will be installed in the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael building near the Seaboard.
Mr. Wilbur Smith is in the city
from Tampa, paying his father and
sisters a visit.

"FMICES THAT TALM2 I

CANDLER

1 U"

Lo sure

ELL0

P'lcntoiahwder

The charming im improvement
provement improvement in com complexion
plexion complexion beauty
lasts ail day and

the skin is pro provided
vided provided with proper
protection, as this
powder does not
wash off.
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Fort King Avenue
Ocala, Florida

Phone 597 Night Phone 408
WILLIAMS GARAGE
We Specialize in
WELDING,
ELECTRICAL WORK
REBORING CYLINDERS,
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
GIVE UP A TRIAL
Osceola St.. just off Ft. King

1AVRENCE HOTEL

v .Booms. Jjy,4he Day, .WeJs: jot
Month
Opposite Cracker Lunch Room

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

Candler, June 21. The melon crop

has all ben gathered and sold and the

growers' bank accounts have grown
ty leaps and bounds.

June bloom has made its annual ap

pearance in the orange groves and
gives promise of a good yield next

spring. The regular bloom in the
spring was heavy, however, and next

winter's crop will be a good one.

The spirit of improvement is upon

cur people and on every hand im

provements can be seen. A. Johnson

has put a new roof on his big barn

and added sheds. Mr. Johnson has

lso bought the farm west of town

that was the property of Mrs. Geo. D.
Thompson. Extensive improvements
will be made on the property.

Mrs. A. Johnson has bought the
house and lot owned by Lou Kline

south of town on the Lake Weir road,

and same is now. occupied by Rev.
George Lantz and family of Mena,
Ark.
Mr. H. P. Gillespie of Beaver Falls,
Pa., has purchased the S. A. Dustin
bungalow and is making extensive
improvements on same. A new fence
has been build and a new bam and
garage.
Ben Belcher is having new porches
built around his store with columns
made from the cabbage palm tree that
grow so plentifully on Heather Island.
Mr. John G. Baldorf is running his
sawmill on Heather Island in order to

supply the demand for lumber for the
many and various improvements go going
ing going on in Candler.
John Mathews has commenced to
harvest his immense crop of sweet potatoes.

Mrs. Boots and children go in a few

days to spend the summer in Pennsylvania.

Mrs. E. C Marshall and daughter

Isabel, are spending a couple of
weeks visiting Mrs. Marshall's brother
at Winter Haven.

Master A- B. Williams of Tampa is
here on his annual vacation which is
spent with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. McClain.
Mr. S. A. Skaggs of Lake City has
purchased the place known as the
Adams property in the eastern part of
town and has arrived with his family.
Earl Marshall left today to visit his
brother-in-law at Winter. Haven.
Jesse Harrer and family of Mena,
Ark., arrived last Sunday and are
much pleased with this section.

Z
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Wc Satisfy Others and Can Satisfy You

FOR TWO DA Yb UiNLi, we win sen groceries practically at mriuiacturers m

cost. This is your opportunity to make Dollars Do Double Duty. All goods of-'

fered are high grade, first-class stock We want to get acquainted with the peo- g
pie of Marion County, and this is our plan for doing it. These prices are only 0
good on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 23d and 24lfc.
!

JUST A FEW BREEZY SPECIALS:

Nccdham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252

PACIFIC MUTUAL MULTIPLE
PROTECTION INSURANCE
PAYS
DEATH,
Permanent Total Disability,
OLD AGE,
ACCIDENT,
SICKNESS.
H. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,

Z''fS .Optometrist and Optician

Eyesight Specialist

114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala

24 lbs. Pillsbury Flour
Friday and Saturday price
12 lbs, Pillsbury Flour,
Friday and Saturday price
24 lbs. Self Rising Flour (guaranteed)
Friday and Saturday price
12 lbs. Self Rising Flour
Friday and Saturday price
24 lbs. Self Rising Flour
Friday and Saturday price
12 lbs. Self Rising Flour
Friday and Saturday price
10 lbs. Meal or Grits
Friday and Saturday price
10 lbs. Chicken Feed
Friday and Saturday price
2 1-2 lbs. Navy Beans
Friday and Saturday price
3 lbs. Blackeyed Peas
Friday and Saturday price
2 1-4 lbs. Baby Lima Beans
Friday and Saturday price
3 1-2 lbs. Granulated Sugar
Friday and Saturday price
6 packages Washing Powder
Friday and Saturday price
6 bars 5c. Octagon Soap
Friday and Saturday price
8 bars 5c. Export Soap
Friday and Saturday price
10c bars Octagon .Soap, 4 bars
Friday and Saturday price
Compound Lard, per pound
Friday and Saturday price
Eagle Brand Muk, each
Friday and Saturday price
Dime Brand Milk, each
Friday and Saturday price
Tall Can Van Camp's Cream
Friday and Saturday price
Small Can Van Camp's Cream
Friday and Saturday price
Campbell's Pork, and Beans

Friday and Saturday price

$1.45 j
. 75c

$1.15
60c
$1.05
55c
25c
25c
25c
25c
25 c
25c
25c
25c
25c
25c
15c
21c
12c
10c
5c

10c

I-4-Ib. Can Banquet Tea, each
Friday i.r.d Saturday price. .......
3 packages Grandma Macaroni
F: iday a.nd Saturday price. .......
JUbby's Corned Beef
Friday and Saturday price. .......
Edgemere Corned Beef
Friday and Saturday price
2 cans Pink Salmon
Friday and Saturday price
3 cans 10c. size Salmon
Friday and Saturday price
2 cans No. 3 Van Camp's Hominy
Friday and Saturday price.
15 oz. jar Welch's Grapelade
Friday and Saturday price
Corn Starch, package
Friday and Saturday price.
1 lb. Confectioner's Powdered Sugar
Friday and Saturday price.
1 lb. can Calumet Baking Powder
- i'riday and Saturday price.
1-2 lb. can Calumet Baking Powder
Friday and Saturday price
1-4 lb. can Calumet Baking Powder
Friday and Saturday price
2 cans Oysters
Friday and Saturday price.
Quaker's Oatmeal, package
Friday and Saturday price
No. 2 cans Tomatoes, each
Friday and Saturday price
1 lb. can Maxwell House Coffee
Friday and Saturday price.......
1 lb. can White House Coffee
Friday end Saturday price
1 lb. Brooksfield Butter
Friday and Saturday price
1 lb. Creamery Cheese
Friday and Saturday price.......
150 yards No. 8 to No. 60 Spool Cotton
Friday and Saturday price. .......
All 10- Crackers, per package

fricay and Saturday price.

4. A. ma j auu tjatuiua ivc........ v a a .uaji ciiivi uaiui ua jr rx ivVm -mm-
HAY, GRAIN and FEED. Wc want yoar small orders as well as the large ones

NORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY j
PHONE 341 BLUE. NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET )
J..- -.- -. v.. ... ... V..- 5

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. 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

' See the house now in course of con con-jstruction
jstruction con-jstruction on Dougherty street. If you
! would like to own it see Carn or Ditto
fand have &ny changes you would like
(made before it is too late. Let me
ishow you the many attractive features
Jhcre. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf

TICK OK APPLICATION
FOU ADOPTION' OP CHILD

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn

flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
j in 23c, 50c and 2 packages at the
! Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned Thomas B. Fitapatrlck and
his wife. Alice Fitzpatrick. who reside
in -Marion county, Florida, intend to ap apply
ply apply to the Honorable W. 8. Bullock.
Jjdsre of the circuit court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, at his ofHce
in the Marjop county court houss, la
Ocala. Florida, at the hour of nine
o'clock a. n.. July 15th. 1822, for an
orrk-r to legalize the adoption y them
Frank Heriandez, a minor of the age
of seven years.
THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK.
ALICE FITZPATRICK. 1-Fri

at IiSZJIANAPLIS

a The buj-ina

at WICMlTi
Help jon Chooseilues
500 miles at 94.48 miles an hour a relentless grind
over a rough-finished, sun-baked concrete and brick
pavement at record-breaking speed that is the gruelling
test Oldfield Cord Tires underwent successfully at Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis Speedway May 3Cth. They were on the winner
car for the third successive year and on eight of the ten
finishing in the money, upholding the confidence success?
ful race drivers have in the trustworthiness and ability of
these tires to meet the greatest demands of speed, endur?
ance and safety. Their records In every other important
race have been equally as good.
Consider this achievement along with another test of Oldfield
.quality made at Wichita, Kansas, this past .winter and early
spring.
34,525 miles on rutted, icy Kansas roads, running day
and night on a Studebaker stock car without a single tire
change. This test was made by a group of Wichita auto
motive dealers in a tire, oil and gasoline economy run.
Mayor Kemp of Wichita was official observer and made
affidavit to the mileage and service given by Oldfield tires.
You may never, subject your tires to the gruelling experience
of Indianapolis nor the steady griod of bad winter roads, but it
is good to know you can get such safety and mileage economy
by buying Oldfield tires. Ask your nearest dealer.

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

laeretMC

Bbmcu

The buying pub-
Uf la th nvMt

barometer of the
value of any arti article.
cle. article. Their ap approval
proval approval of Oldfield
valu has been
demonstrated by
the tecreaae at
145 in buaineta
for the flrtt five
month of 19X2
over the corree corree-pondlng
pondlng corree-pondlng peried of

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dealer are con constantly
stantly constantly becomlna
Oldfield afiencte
and Oldfield Tires
are now available
i n your cavnunua-

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Tlie Oldfield Tire Company A!ircnyOhio



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922

Well Save a Place
for you at the

BIG

JULY

CELEBRATION
AND
CARNIVAL
AT
BAYTONA
DAYTONA BEACH
SEABREEZE
COME JULY 1st
AND ENJOY THREE DAYS
OF UNDILUTED BLISS
AND UNEXCELLED AT ATTRACTIONS.
TRACTIONS. ATTRACTIONS. Great Night Spectacle
and parade.
Magnificent display of
Fireworks.
Bathing Beauty Con Contest.
test. Contest. Fast Auto Races.
Band Concerts.
League Base Ball
Games.
Land and WaterSports
Surf Bathing
Dancing
Come One! Come All!
Come Early!
To the finest beach in
the world with the best
summer climate in the
country.
DAYTONA
DAYTONA BEACH
SEABREEZE
A. B. MOSELEY
Gen'1. Chm'n.

PERSONAL TAXES
PAST DUE

Notice is hereby given that
Personal' Taxes are now long
past' due, and that I shall pro

ceed to collect same by levy, if

necessary, as required by law.

W. W, STRIPLING
Tax Collector
Marion County, Florida

L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANu BUILDER
Careful estimates made on ail con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf

THE
BIRD
AND

PET
STORE f

i
A NICE STOCK OF PUPPIES.
COLUES, ;
ENGLISH ShEPHERDS I
and white Eskimos
ALSO, A FINE LOT OF j
CANARIES and GOLD FISH f

east fort king aye,
phone 608

tea

A nice, thoroughly modern bunga bungalow
low bungalow home for somebody is being built
by the Citizens Investment Co. on a
lot on Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Call and see it. Phone
285 for particulars. 22-tf

W. K. Lane, M. I)., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

!Ocala,FU. tf

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE

Marocala Creamery Butter
Uneedas, 3 for r-
Jello, 12c, 3 for-'.--,- ..
Corn Flakes and Post Toasties, 3 for.
Quaker Oats 12c, 3 for
Octagon Soap, 3 for .
Star Soap, 7 for T
Polar White Soap, 6 for.

40c
20c
33c
25c
33c
20c
25c
25c

PHONE 163

MJU

Materials
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W3 SME

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7 in i

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mm
SHU

fV.- LB

When you use it

you use less

When you buy
it moderate
in price

A pound can of Calumet
contains full 16 oz. Some
baking powders come in 12
oz..cans instead of 16 ox
cans. Be sure you get a
pound when you want it

The Big
Muskeg
By

VICTOR ROUSSEAU

nhutntkm by
E. H. Uriagsie&t

CsvyrigBt W Stewart

en'g bead. A&dersea twang the oct oct-lavs
lavs oct-lavs arm around, and the ballet, dis discharged
charged discharged too late, pasted through Ton Ton-quay's
quay's Ton-quay's left arm.
The spectator, who had gathered
outside the shack, had coine running
In at the sound of the shot Quain or ordered
dered ordered them oat and, taking off Ton Ton-guay's
guay's Ton-guay's qoat. he cat the sleeve of his
shirt away. One of the constables
brought htm his first-aid case and soon
had the wound painted with' kxUne and
bandaged.
TU not need you any further," said
the Inspector to Andersen. "Toull
help keep the men In their bank bank-houses,
houses, bank-houses, in case of trouble. Take three
or four of your own men. Tm going
after (arruthera, and I escpect to be
back by noon."
He called the second; dismounted
constable and they rode off at a swift
pace toward the portage.

CHAPTER XIV
Wilton Rides Alone.
He ran down toward the swamp
followed by the party of engineers.!
The horses, released during the fire,
were grazing along the edge ; they
were wary, howeyer, and would not
let themselves be approached. For
some minutes the men made fruitless
efforts to surround them.
However, Wilton managed to catch
the mane of a big draught-beast
which had been In the front row of
the grading yokes and, despite its
clumsy appearance, had taken the sad saddle
dle saddle and had a tolerable action.
But hardly had he made 6ure of It
by a grasp on the mane and upper Hp
than the remainder, snorting and
flourishing their heels, dashed through
the cordon and galloped full speed to toward
ward toward the lake.
"We'll be with you in a minute, Mr.
Carruthers !M shouted one of the men
as they went in pursuit.
But Wilton, without answering, had
sprung on the beast's back and, lean leaning
ing leaning forward, caught the broken halter
and guided it across the swamp. He
had no doubt that the outlaws who had
set the fire were responsible for Mol Molly's
ly's Molly's abduction and. If the trail led up
to Bowyer, as he was sure it would,
God help Bowyer J
In a couple of minutes he had put
on the saddle and tautened the girth,
bridled the animal and was riding hard
along the southward trail, unarmed.
Meanwhile the rest of the party
spent a fruitless half-hour trying to
catch horses. At length, after a con consultation,
sultation, consultation, they hurried back to the
camp, collected a few more Canadians
and Americans, and started out after
Wilton, leaving a half-dozen to keep
the workmen in check.
In the shack Tonguay stared apa apathetically
thetically apathetically at Andersen, who sat with
the revolver in his hand, keeping
watch over his captive.
TTou t'ink I kill dat feller, ehr h
demanded after a while.
I dunno, my friend," answered An Andersen.
dersen. Andersen. "If you did, I guess you'll
swing for it, all right"
"See here! Jim Hackett tole me to
come here an' tell de men dere's money
In de safe, an' deyre fools to be
worked like dogs and den be laid off
because de company's busted. Dat's
all I know. I tole dem to get der pay
what was coming to dem."
"Pos-seebly," said Andersen. "You
was a fool to do It, though. That
story's for the police; it ain't for me.
You can tell the inspector when he
gets here."
"See here! You let me go!" yelled
Tonguay. "I didn't do noting. What
for you arrest me?"
"Boss's orders," said Andersen,
gruffly. "That'll be enough. Set down
like a good feller, now,"
"You lie! I tell yo I dldnt do dat!"
creamed Tonguay, sinking back into
his chair and shuddering.
They watched each other for fpme
time. It was beginning to grow light
Suddenly the trample of horses was
heard outside. Then Inspector Quain
appeared at the door of the stack, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by four mounted consta constables.
bles. constables. "Had considerable trouble, eh?" he
said, dismounting and casting a glance
about him at the burned-out buildings
and the still burning sheds.
"That fire was set by enemies of
the Missatibi," shouted one of the en

gineers. "And we've got one of the
men hi there P He pointed toward the
shack.

Quain turned to his men, who were

awaiting the order to dismount
"Sound up those men In their bunk bunk-houses
houses bunk-houses and keep the lot of 'em under

guard!" he said, pointing toward the

groups of laborers that had gathered
about the horses.

The constables drove the Hankies

back toward their quarters. "Two of

you'll be enough !" shouted Quain after
them. "The other two Beckett and

James will dismount and rest their

horses. Ill want yon chaps!"

"You've had some trouble," said

Quain to Andersen.
"Why, this ain't trouble, inspector,'

answered the Swede. "You yust look

inside that room. I guess it aint the

worst what I told yon already."

Quain strode to the door of Wilton's
bedroom, uttered a sharp exclamation
and bent over the body of Jules. He

came back quickly.

"Who killed that Indian P he asked.

"Lee Chambers, I guess."
Tell me what you know."

"Why, all I know is he done some

crooked work on the trestling and
beat it out of camp before Mr. Car

ruthers bad time to fire him. Last
night he came back after the fire,
which I guess that feller there knows
something about."
"I tell you I don know noting!"
yelled Tonguay, who seemed in the ex extremity
tremity extremity of panic.
"Mr. Carruthers said Mr. Chambers
killed Jules there and got into the
safe. I dunno no more than that.
But"
Suddenly, with a frenzied scream,
Tonguay leaped from his chair for the
door again. Andersen was just quick
enough. He caught him on the door door-sill,
sill, door-sill, and the two men struggled furi furiously.
ously. furiously. Tonguay snatched Andersen's
revolver out of his hand. Andersen's
hand closed on the outlaw's wrist.
Quain ran to grasp Tonguay's arm,
but, before he could hold it the strug struggle
gle struggle ended. For Tonguay had got his
finger on the trigger and was trying to
bring the weapon in liae with Ander-

( Continued Tomorrow)

FOR SALE!
The entire stock and fix fixtures
tures fixtures of the
BELLEVIEW TRADING CO.,
BELLE VIEW, FLORIDA
whole, or in part, regard regardless
less regardless 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
Belle vie. w Trading Company J
lSelleview, Florida

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Arrival and departure of nassenzer

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The fololwing schedule figures no no-lished
lished no-lished as information and not guar

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive

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4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pic

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am St. Petersburg 4:05 i w
! :55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:85 am
!:15am Tampa 2:15 am
:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
t :05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.

Leaves Station Arrives

6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 pm
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 nm

3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg 9:16 pm
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am

z:Z7am Ocala-Jacksonville 7:00 am

3 : 25 pm Ocala-Homosassa 6 :20 pm

:iOara iOcala-Wilcox 11:59 am

7:25 am t Oca la-Lakeland 11:50 an

tMonday, Wednesday, Friday,
t Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Your home will have separate light
switch in every room and is arranged
especially to accommodate your .fur .furniture.
niture. .furniture. Has three bed rooms, each a

corner room and each accessible to the
other and to the bath by private hall.

For particulars see Ditto or Baxter
Carn. 22-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
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-tf

SUPERIOR DINING SERVICE 1

We would never be satisfied with

rendering anything but superior din

ing 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

Annoyance From
Mosquitoes
Quickly Relieved
Sweet Dreams a Wonderful
Mosqnito Remedy.
Why suffer from annoyance from
losquitoes when a little Sweet Dreams
prink ed on your bed-linen will insure
night of restful sleep?
The experienced who seek restful
sleep invariably buy Sweet Dreams.

t insures a feelmg of confidence and
t instantly becomes a dependable
riend.
A friend who once betrays you
oses your confidence forever, and
sweet Dreams seems to work with
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When mosquitoes are troublesome,
ry Sweet Dreams. No stains no of of-ensive
ensive of-ensive odors.

Sold by every druggist in every

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

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HARDWARE

HIGH r.KAIlF PAINT s

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Now is your chance to get a nice

cottage home at reasonable price, on

easy terms and especially planned for
convenience and home comforts. Call
at 109 Dougherty street and see this
house. Ditto will show you and give
particulars. 22-tf

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small payment down. Balance on caxy
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922

at

of Models That

the Convention

Won Favor

Jelsfrom the

Is jest off Fifth 'Avt&&Z that are Our Advanced

Red Cross Shoe Company

"THE SHEIK
An entirely new model in White de designed
signed designed for the woman who wants the
last word in ladies footwear.

"THE CHIC"
A stylish model with a very promi

nent GRECIAN influence m tne in

step and toe. Made of best white kid

obtainable, also white kid lined from
toe to heel, two straps to button.

OCALA OGGURREHGES
If you have any local or society

items for the Star, call five-one.

S SUPPER MENU FOR

SATURDAY NIGHT

Mr. Lawton Bailey is up again after jning

The following menu will be served
by the ladies of the Methodist church
in the church basement Saturday eve-

a ten days' illness.

Little Miss Lucille Horne, youngest

daughter of Mrs. Maude Horne, was

Sliced tomatoes and green peppers
with mayonnaise . 10c
Banana salad 15c

GERMAN SOLDIERS
WERE GENTLEMEN

(Continued from First Page)
the state's attorney of Williamson
county, the governor demanded an
immediate reply to previous messages
and insisted that the persons guilty of
the murders be brought to justice.
He told the state's attorney to tele-

up yesterday for the first time after Coffee or Iced tea 5c

a ten days' sickness.

Hot rolls, two for 5c i graph him at once whether the circuit

Pie or cake per slice 10c
Ice cream 10c

C. H. Gray, a well known citizen of i Iced sweet milk 10c

the Flemington section, was a visitor

in the city yesterday and
Star an appreciated call.

made the

Sliced Kingan's and Wilson's hams
at the Eagle Market. Phone 74. 23-2t

court of that county is now in session

and if not, what steps have been taken
to convene a grand jury, investigate
the crimes committed and return in

dictments.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GER1G
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACClDENi

AUTOMOBILE

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time

t i -25c; three times 50c; six times i5c: one
Miss Margaret Jackson is again at, month $3.00. All account parable la
her desk at the Munroe & Chambliss a" ept Jo those w ho have res-

Bank, having ben absent for the past
ten days on account of sickness.

"THE CLEOPATRA"
In three decidedly different mate materials,
rials, materials, but in the same Cleopatra model.

' ,, rQyjt-Egyptian in model, but toned

down to a strictly 'American woman's
fancy. The materials are BLACK
PATENT LEATHER, BLACK Satin
of SKINNER'S SHOE SATIN,
WHITE BLUMENTHAL'S KID with
KID LINING to the end of the toe.

Mrs. Ida Mathews of Albany, Ga.,

arrived in Ocala yesterday for a visit

with her daughter, Mrs. N. T. Mit

chell. Mrs. Mathews has visited in
Ocala before and her friends here are

always glad to welcome her.

"THE PARIS
A French model shoe with an Amer American
ican American accent on the toe and heel, but
cut in an entirely French fashion. The
material is of black brocaded satin
quarters, with a plain SKINNER'S
SHOE SATIN vamp and toe.

Master Claude Nelson of Jackson

ville is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Ernest
Crook. Mrs. Crook expects to visit

in Jacksonville in the near future and
Claude will accompany her home when

she goes.

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These Models are the ones which won the most admiration from
the most cynical critics at both the St. Louis Style Show and the
Southern Retail Shoe Convention at Jacksonville.

THESE MODELS ARE LATE ARRIVALS. SELECT YOURS WHILE

YOUR STYLE LASTS
ALL SIZES AND MODELS, A As to Es

GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE COMPANY
STf LE HEADQUARTERS

Amenta for tl&o

'Bnds with your foef
Tndaftlaik

PHONE 243 V PHONE 174
Sole Distributor for
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand
TEA and COFFEE
. COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

WANTED Salesman, agents. Adver Advertise.
tise. Advertise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big
pay. Experience not necessary. The
Candy Co., 723 Walnut St., Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pa. 6-23-6t

LOST In Holder building, watch,
chain and silver pencil. Finder re return
turn return to Star and receive reward. 3t

LOST One Hood tire and rim, 36x
Vz. Return to Buick garage and re receive
ceive receive reward. N. E. Lowe. 23-3t

BLITCHTON

Both Chinese factions are in favor
of unification of the country in the
sense that it must be won. Manila
Bulletin.

C V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
ANDEMBALMERS
Motor Equip meat
Residence Phone 305

Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla. 3

217 W. Broadway 3

Ocala street paving is coming alorg.

One of the most attractive ways to

reach Baltimore, Washington, Phila

delphia, Atlantic City and New York
is through use of the Merchants and

Miners steamers from Jacksonville.

Ther are three steamers weekly. It

Mr. and Mrs. J. Horatio Nelson of

New York are expected today for a
short visit with Mr. Nelson's brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Creok. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are en

joying Florida on their wedding trip,

their marriage taking place last week.
They will be in Ocala until Sunday.

Mr. Paul Trout, a recent graduate

of Babson College, Boston, arrived in

Ocala Wednesday for a visit with his
parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Trout.
Mr. Trout is now traveling in the in

terest of his alma mater, being field

secretary for that institution. Sunday
night Mr, Trout will speak at the

First Christian church in this city.

WANTED Board and room in pri private
vate private family, close in, by refined gen gentleman.
tleman. gentleman. Address D. R. C, P. O.
Box 213. 2-3t
DRESSMAKING All kinds of fancy
and plain dressmaking done. Mrs.
Sue Connell, over Eagle Grocery
store. 22-6t

FOR SALE OR TRADE Studebaker
big six touring, 19 months old, in
excellent condition; 1920 special six
Studebaker, thoroughly overhauled
with new tires, $900. McLeod and
Waters, Studebaked dealers, head headquarters
quarters headquarters Bridges garage. 22-3t

FOR HIRE Buick six. For quick and
satisfactory service call phone 231,
or 434. CORDREY BROS. 22-tf

WILL PAY $75 For best Ford chas chassis
sis chassis or roadster. Quick. Answer to
"Ford," Evening Star. 22-3t

FOR SALE A few fresh Jersey cows
with calves, also one fine Jersey

bull. Joe. Breman.

21-6t

Sliced Kingan's and Wilson's hams

at the Eagle Market. Phone 74. 23-2t

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Effinger, after

a week's visit in Ocala with Mrs. Ef-

finger's mother, Mrs. R. G. Blake, left
yesterday morning in their car for
their home in West Palm Beach. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Harrison
Black and little daughter and Mrs.
Effihger's niece, little Irnette Wilson,

who has been visiting her grandpar

ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martin.

BUY A

AND BANK
YOUR SAVINGS

DELIVERED, S625.00
The Lowest Priced, Most Folly Equipped,
Most Economical Auto MADE
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY

7'

T I R E ALE

UNITED S TATES STRAIGHT SIDE FABRICS
AT PREFERRED WHOLESALE

32x4
33x4
34x4
32x4 1-2

USCO
$18.30
19.25

CHAIN
$19.70
20.75
21.20

NOBBY
$12.40
22.45
28.05

ALL GUARANTEED TIRES NO WAR TAX
KUMBACK SERVICE STATION

Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Black and
little daughter made the trip from
Oldsmar to Jacksonville by auto, and
Rev. Black sailed for a six weeks' va

cation in his boyhood home at Great
Barrington, Mass. Mrs. Black and

daughter stopped a few days in Law

tey, their former home, after which
they came to Ocala, arriving Tuesday,

for a short stay with Mrs. Black's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martin.

Mr. W. is. uallagner is driving a
new Studebaker big six car which was

deliverd today by the local dealer, Mr

A. L. McLeod. The Studebaker is to
be handled in the Marion, Citrus and
Sumter county territory by Mr. Mc McLeod,
Leod, McLeod, who has his headquarters in
Ocala at the Florida Motor Company's
plant on North Main street.

FOR SALE All household and kitch

en goods, including china, cut glass,
curtains, rugs and potted plants.
Bargain if sold at once. Call at No.
222 E. Washington St. 20-6t

FOR SALE One horse, wagon and
harness. Hoarse is well broken for
farm or other purposes. A bargain
to quick buyer. Apply to Richard
Danko, one mile from Berry Car Carter's
ter's Carter's place on the Dunnellon road,
or V. Mrasek, Ocala. 20-6t

OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels

genuine old Florida 90-day oat seed
The only sure crop oat for this sec section.
tion. section. Ten bushel lots, $2 per bushel,
Newcomb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-18-lm

FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Nicely furnished, two
blocks from court house. No. 239

Oklawaha. Phone 507. 19-6t

FOR RENT Two furnished bedrooms

and three rooms for light house

keeping; also auto shed. Apply to

Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 216 Tuscawilla

St. Phone 543. 19-6t

Miss Maude Little, who returned
yesterday from Winter Park, where
she has been attending the state Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League convention, after an
overnight stop in Ocala, left today
with a party of friends for Lake City,
where she will visit.

Misses Frances and Lucy Standley
are up after a week's illness. Theresa
Condrey is on the sick list as is Mas Master
ter Master Donald Wilson at the home of his
grandmother, Mrs. G. W. Martin.

Ipeeials

tor

Satarilay

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Florida Loin and T Bone Steak 25c
Florida Beef l&as? "life 12 l-2c 15c
Florida Rib Steak 22c
Western Round Steak 30c
Pork Shoulder, by piece 23c

E AGLE M E A T MARKET

Phone 74 122 Main Street

FOLKS' CONFESSION
There will be few more emphatic
warnings against drunkenness than
the following, written by Floyd Folks,
the young man confined in the Levy
county jail for the commission of a
capital crime:
"I will give all a warning against
moonshine. It is like this: the more
you drink the more you want. I drank
it for years, and when I was tanked
up I thought I was a real sport. But

the last time I got full I found myself
in the Levy county jail a prisoner.
That's what moonshine did for me,
and while I am lonesome, I do not
want company bad enough to see my
friends as I am, but if they keep on
drinking moonshine they are bound to
land here sooner or later. So don't.

Friends, I will have to admit that I

am telling you to do something that I

didn't do myself, but if I had done as
I ask you to do I would be a free man
today. But no; I was too easy to lead,
and at last I was led to jail. Now don't
get sore, for I am trying to keep you
out of trouble. They tell me that yel yellow
low yellow corn makes the best kind of moon moonshine,
shine, moonshine, but I think it would be better
to make bread out of the corn and let

moonshine alone."

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

Blitchton, June 21. Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Prine, Miss Lillian Blitch and
Mr. Loonis Blitch were down from
Gainesville for the week end.
Mrs. Dollie Blitch and Messrs. Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis Blitch, J. B. George and Ralph
George visited Irvine and Orange
Lake Saturday.
Our young people attended the
sing at Mr. McCully's Sunday night.
Messrs. Arch and Davis Fant spent
Sunday in Flemington.
Mrs. Minnie Hammons, Misses Ro Ro-wena
wena Ro-wena Hammons, Lydia Coulter and

Ruth George were shopping in Ocala

Saturday morning. They visited Miss
Lois Blitch in the hospital while in the I

city. I

The Baptist Sunday school will!

give a program Sunday, June 25th, at

11 o'clock, on Christian education. An
interesting program consisting of
short talks, readings, quartets, duets,
etc., will be given and Mr. H. G.

Shealy, superintendent of public in

struction, will give a talk. Dinner will
be served on the grounds.

Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Miss Opal Blitch,
iss Varina Blitch and Mr. Leslie

Prisoc visited the county seat Tues

day.

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Dixon of Red

Level called Tuesday en route to

Gainesville.

UARION-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. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Vacation Time's Here
And our line of traveling accessories is also
here. Before completing your vacation plans,
come in and let us show you the high class
goods in our stock.

TRUNKS
In all sizes and styles, one to
suit everybody. And the prices
are exceedingly moderate, con considering
sidering considering the quality.

Hand Bags & Suit Cases
In black or tan leather, plain and in ingrain
grain ingrain finish. All sizes. You are
sure to find just what you want.

RHEIN AVER' S
Gents' Furnishing Department' First Floor
OCALA, FLORIDA

'Z

Gadson's (Great Redaction

AND

MAKE ROOM SALE
IS STILL GOING ON AT GADSON'S

BAZAAR

We must have room for our Fall Goods, which will

'$ be coming in about the middle of August, therefore, to

j get the Cash we are cutting prices on everything to the

boue.

SPANISH WAR VETERANS

Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meeta the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 8 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.

"WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 '.ueets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whiteaides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-n:.ngs
n:.ngs eve-n:.ngs of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Stiop, 113 Main sireet.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R-
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocala Command-

ery Number 19,
Knights Templar,
meets every sec second
ond second Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the

Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrkk, C. 0
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

I

House Dresses, regular price $2.50, now 75c
White Skirts, all sizes, regular price $2 and $3, now $1.25
Crepe Kimonas, regular $1.75, for 98c
All Wool Plaid Skirts, regular $6.00,now $3.35
Silk Hosiery, all shades, regular $2.00, going for $1.45
Cotton Hosiery for 8c
Silk Hosiery for c
Men's Elastic Seam Drawers 59c
Children's Play Dresses. 50c and '".' 75c
Children's White Dresses 95c
Men's All Wool Serge Suits $11.59
Dress Shuts -9c
SHOES! SHOES! For men, women and children, prices
reduced 25 per cent.

of

If
z

Men's and Ladies' Hats reduced 25 per cent.
Ladies Bungalow Aprons
Unbleached Domestic, per yard, 9c and
Sleeveless Dresses, all colors
All Piece Goods at great reduction.
Check Homespun and Calicoes, per yard
Best grade Envelopes, all sizes, per package
Best grade Writing Paper, per quire
Box Paper, 5c a box, 8c and
Large Sun Hats, for men, women and children
Linen Collars, 15c and 20c value, for men and
Boys' Pants and Overalls, now

98c
10c
98c
10c
5c
lCc
20c
10c
16c
50c

TB

E 0CMA ::. BAZAAR

OCALA FLORIDA



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