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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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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Sun Rise Tomorrow 5:28; Sets, 7:30.
DETERMINED TO
SHUT DFF DEBATE
Republican Leaders in the Senate
Plan to Put Tariff Bill Thru
With a Rush
Washington, June 24. (Associated
Press). Senate republican leaders to today
day today put into operation their plan to
curb debate on the long pending tariff
bill. A petition to invoke the existing
cloture rule, drafted by Senator Cur Curtis,
tis, Curtis, Kansas, republican vice chairman
and party whip, was put in circulation.
CALLING IN THE CLAN
Republican members of the House
from the territory east of Kansas now
absent from Washington were order ordered
ed ordered back to the capital today by Mon Mon-dell,
dell, Mon-dell, republican leader, owing to a
one-man filibuster being conducted by
Representative Voight, republican, of
Wisconsin. Prompt return will avoid
the issuance of warrants, Mr- Mon Mon-dell
dell Mon-dell said in his telegrams to the ab absentees.
sentees. absentees. Representative Voight forced four
teen roll calls yesterday and showed
no disposition today to end the fili
buster. He forced three roll calls,
each requiring twenty-five minutes,
within the first hour and a half of the
session today.
OXFORD
Oxford, June 20. We suppose that
the last car of melons of the season is
being loaded at Oxford today by Mr.
T. P. Caruthers. and the tomatoes,
too, have about run their course. The
acreage was large but the crop short.
Many cars of melons, cantaloupes and
tomatoes have gone forward, perhaps
the largest ever recorded in history.
We are sorry to have to state that
the results from this crop are rather
unsatisfactory. We refrain from
boasting or making a great blow
about these things, when they are not
all true. Some of the successful
parties are preparing to improve their
homes, build new and make other im improvements.
provements. improvements. Contractor J. R. Pittman of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and a crew of men are making
rapid progress on the H. P. Leonard
dwelling just east of the depot. The
same crew will begin a nice modern
home for Mr. H. O. Collier in the near
future.
Mrs. J. M. Stapp of Jacksonville,
after spending a few days with rela relatives
tives relatives at Oxford, returned to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last Saturday.
Mr. J. C. Ledbetter and Merchant
C. P. Warnock are making a few days
trip down about Miami and other east
coast places of importance this week,
partly on business and some pleasure.
We are glad to note that Miss
Clarice Bailey, who has been slightly
; ill, is now able to be out and mingle
' with her many friends. She will leave
in a short time for a visit up in the
mountains of Tennessee.
Mr. W. C. Kilgore of Wildwood,
was with us last Sunday and made an
appropriate address at the cemetery
for the Odd Fellows memorial service.
Judge J. C. B. Koonce, of Leesburg,
came up last Saturday and gave us an
interesting lecture in the interest of
the Dade massacre memorial to be
unveiled at the Bushnell barbecue on
the 4th of July. This is one of the
most important historical spots on the
road from what we might call heathen
barbarism to high civilization, that
was never marked until just recently,
and the monument will be unveiled
that day. Some good speakers are
expected to be present.
Well, Mr. Editor, we will have to
pat you on the back a little for the,
comment you made on that endless
chain letter. We refrain from using
rough language, but we will have to
give it up that a little innocent curs-
ing, the kind that you do, is perfectly
excusable in your case. To one who
thinks, it is hard to grasp the idea of
how, after nearly a half-century of
public and compulsory schools, and
millions of money spent, how our,
country is still infested with such
superstitious ideas. If our common,
schools is not mere mechanical, howl
is it that we have so few thinkers and i
young philosophers? It does appear
that there is something wrong in this
age of high education and scientific
research, and the observation right
before our eyes, that the generation
has not risen above such superstition
of endless chain letters.
Yes, we got one yesterday, and
stated that it was started by an Am
erican officer. Now, who would have
thought of an American officer having
a spot in his brain to entertain the
belief that a thing like that would
give good luck to any one?
That kind of an officer might
In case of a fight,
Fall down to earth and pray,
While the enemy would advance,
Take advantage of the chance,
And use his weapons to slay.
Of course the chain was broken
when it reached us.

tonight and Sunday, local thundershowers.

COMMITTEES ill
MEET TO CONFER
Comparison of Results Will be Made
Wednesday by Civic Organiza Organizations
tions Organizations of the County
The June meeting of the presidents
and secretaries committee of Ocala
and Marion county will be held next
Wednesday afternoon, June 28, at 4
o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce.
Twenty-one organizations engaged in
some form of civic work, including
the city and county governments, are
now represented on the committee and
an effort will be made to get the civic
organizations throughout the country
interested.
The presidents and secretaries com committee
mittee committee was organized for the purpose
of effecting an exchange of programs
of work and budgets with a view to
doing away with duplication of effort
and expenditure.
At the meeting next Wednesday the
presidents and secretaries have been
asked to be prepared to give in a gen general
eral general way at least the programs of
their respective organizations for the
coming fiscal year. City and county
and a number of the other organiza organizations
tions organizations adopt their programs and bud budgets
gets budgets in July and August, and it is be believed
lieved believed a discussion of plans may pre prevent
vent prevent some overlapping. Each organi organization
zation organization has this month been furnished
with a brief of the programs and bud budgets
gets budgets of the several organizations. Al Although
though Although not complete the brief will no
doubt do some good. It will at least
set forth what each organization
stands for, what each is trying to do
and what finances are required an annually.
nually. annually.
LUCRETIA HOCKER
Ocala is much saddened today.
Death has taken from us one of our
fairest flowers a bud just changing
from childhood to girlhood. Lucretia
Hocker, youngest child of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hocker, the idol of her
parents and sisters, the dearly belov beloved
ed beloved of all her friends, after a week of
severe illness, at an early hour this
morning closed her eyes upon this
world to open them on that in which
there is no pain nor parting.
No brighter nor better beloved lit little
tle little girl than Lucretia Hocker has ever
helped to gladden Ocala with the
light of her smiles -and the music of
her voice, and all who knew her are
sorrowful indeed.
Lucretia was twelve years old. She
had finished the seventh grade of the
Ocala school and was on its honor roll
each month of the last term. She was
one of the brightest members of the
'Baptist Sunday school.
The funeral services will be held
from the family residence at five
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and will
1 be conducted by Rev. Bunyan Steph
ens and Dr. C. L. Collins. The pall
! bearers are Messrs. Emanuel Martin,
, O. B. Howse, Paul Simmons, W. T.
' Gary, John L. Edwards and J. E
' Chace. Interment in Greenwood. Mac-
; Kay & Company have charge of the
J arrangements
' Sectional Chinese leaders declare
'for "Peace at any prioe," but it us?
! ually requires a war to get the price
; Korea Topics in Brief,
I There is always a brighter side
! The struggle along the Mississippi
! will leave fewer sandbags for the
' hold-up men. Athens News
'What will become of our young
people?" wails a reformer. Oh, they
will grow old and worry about the
young people. Bridgeport Star.
Conditions in Ireland seem to be
j returning to normalcy. Eamon de
Valera has defied the British Govern
ment again. New York Tribune,
s Unfortunately, the bobbing of hair
doesn't always have the same effect
'When Samson was shorn, they made
him go to work. Hartford Times.
"Prohibition an aid to thrift
j And thrift is certainly an aid to pro
i hibition these days. Kansas City
i Star.
Some of the candidates can testify
that the bee which was buzzing in
their bonnet was a humbug. Ash
it ville Times.
j
If Mr. Edison keeps on asking
! questions, he should become in time
j a remarkably well-informed man.
j New York Tribune.
If we had sent delegates to Genoa
the Eight Months' Truce might have
been extended to include Chicago.
New Y"ork Tribune.
Could it be -that Prosperity got the
seat of its pants hooked on the peak
of prices? Syracuse Post-Standard.

OCALA,

VI1II STREAK
OF TRE WILDCATS
Grows Longer and Broader Day By
Day With Each Successive
Game
The winning streak of the Wildcats
grows longer and longer and as it
grows the team gets stronger and
stronger. The fans begin to realize
now that Ocala has a ball team
worthy of any town and they are be behind
hind behind the team in full force. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday the local cats took the second
game from the Jacksonville aggrega
tion by the score of five to one.
The Wildcats were slightly crippled
because of the sickness of two of their
layers but the casual observer would
never have noticed anything wrong
with the way they played ball yester
day. Harry Wood had to come from
the field and play short, because Whit Whitney
ney Whitney was unable to pitch and Taylor
had to take his place on the mound.
Taylor allowed the Jacksonville boys
to make eight hits, but he kept them
well scattered and together with the
terling support rendered him by the
rest of the team was able to hold the
visitors to one run.
Bell did the slinging for the visitors
nd showed himself a pitcher with the
eal goods. He held the Wildcats to
seven hits and judging from the way
the kitties have been hitting for the
past week he had a nasty job on his
hands when he went into the box
against them. Of the seven hits he
allowed Ocala to get three were of
the extreme scratchy variety. Bell
seems to have everything a pitcher
needs. He is expecting to join the
Ocala club next week as an addition
to our pitching staff to help take care
of the many games we play in the
next two weeks.
Hernandez swung his willow stick
with disastrous results yesterday. He
came to bat three times and secured a
double and two singles for his team.
A pitcher that can hit the pill like
Hernandez is an asset to any ball
club. Taylor stayed at the front with
the stick again yesterday. He came
to bat two times and secured two hits.
The work in the field showed up
some talent on both teams. Hastings
made a peach of a peg from center
field to the plate for the visitors and
Smith pulled off a fast play at second
when he retired Whitney in the eighth
inning. The double play by Carter
Brown and Fix was as fast as they
get in the bush leagues. Joe Brooks
went back and nabbed an almost im
possible fly in short right. Rymer
gets the medal for the best play of the
game. He made a wild run from deep
eft to the fence along the railroad
and caught a foul fly almost at his
shoestrings and then without stopping
to regain his balance threw perfectly
to the home plate and stopped the
runner who had started to score on
the catch. Rymer is playing as pretty
baseball as ever seen in this man's
town.
The Box Score
Jacksonville AB R H PO A E
Carter, 3rd 5 1 2 1

4 1
9 1
0
0 0
3 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
4 1
0 0

Brown, ss 2
0 0 1
12 2
Smith, J., 2nd. .. 4 0
Hastings, cf ; 4
Colee, c 4
Wilder, If 4
0
0
0
0
0
1
03
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
17
1
0
Hernandez, rf ... 3
0
Jones, 1st 3
Bell, p 3
Fowler 1
33 1 8 24 22 3
AB R H PO A E
Ocala
Leon, 2nd 4 0 0 3 1 0
Wood, 3rd-ss 4 0 0 0 0 1
Rymer, If 2 2 0 1 1 0
Van, ss-3rd 3 1 0 1 0 1
Overstreet, c 3 1 112 1 1
Whitney, rf 4 0 2 1 0 0
Brooks, 1st 4 0 1 9 0 0
Liddell, cf 3 1 1 0 0 0
Taylor, p 2 0 2 0 6 0
29 5
7 27 9
3
E
Scors by innings: R H
All-Stars 001 000 0001 8 3
Wildcats 001 102 Olx 5 7 3
Summary: Stoles bases, Over Over-street
street Over-street 2, Liddell. Sacrifice hits, Van,
Overstreet, Brown, Jones. Two-base
hits. Hernandez. Double play, Carter
to Brown to Jones. Base on balls off
Bell 2, off Taylor 2. Hit by pitched
ball by Bell 1. Time 1:35. Umpires,
Engessor and Leavengood.
Also, golf is a very good game for
those who are willing to save their
health and lose their temper. Dallas
News.
The 'difference between spirit doc doctors
tors doctors and doctored spirits is that the
latter really show you the next world
Washington Post.
A prominent composer of popular
music says, "jazz music is still in its
infancy." Or, to be more exact, it is
still at the colic stage. Kansas City
Star.

FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24.

ONE OF GERMANY'S
MOST USEFUL H
Walter Rathenau, Minister of Foreign
A If ff airs, Was Assassinated
This Morning
Berlin, June 24. (By Associated
Press). Dr. Walter Rathenau, Ger German
man German minister of foreign affairs, was
assassinated today. Official announce announcement
ment announcement was made in the Reichstag. The
murderer was driving a motor car and
slowed up as he was nearing Dr. Rath Rathenau
enau Rathenau and shot twice at the minister,
the shots taking immediate effect ef effect.
fect. effect. Putting on high speed the as assassin
sassin assassin escaped. No clue as to the
identity of the murderer had been
discovered up to noon.
Dr. Rathenau was a guest last night
at dinner of American Ambassador
Houghton. On receiving news of the
assassination the American embassy
promptly hoisted its flag at half mast.
Dr. Rathenau was killed as he was
leaving his residence.
HELFFERICH SUSPECTED
Berlin, June 24. (By Associated
Press). The assassination followed
upon an attack on Dr. Rathenau by
Dr. Karl Helfferich in the reichstag
yesterday. News of the assassination
reached the reichstag at 11 o'clock.
Pandemonium broke out at the an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. Two socialists jumped
up shouting at Helfferich "you are the
assassin." They- threatened to attack
him and he hastily left the room. The
reichstag was adjourned amid turmoil.
SOLDIERS OF JAPAN
TO LEAVE SIBERIA
Tokio, June 24. (By Associated
Press). Japan will evacuate Siberia
by October 30th next, it was learned
today.
BIG, NEW, FIRE
MACHINE IS HERE
Ocala's new American LaFrance
fire fighting machine has arrived and
is in the A. C. L. freight yards await awaiting
ing awaiting the arrival of the delivering en engineer.
gineer. engineer. A telegram has been received
by Chief Chambers that the engineer
will arrive Monday or Tuesday and
will unload the fire engine as soon as
he gets here.
PUTNAM COUNTY YOUNG
MAN BADLY POUNDED
Palatka, June 24. Percy Glisson,
son of John Glisson, former chairman
of the Putnam county board of corn corn-home
home corn-home at Bostick at eleven o'clock last
home at Bostick at 11 o'clock last
night by masked men, shot in the arm
and beaten over the head with a pis pistol
tol pistol when he resisted. Glisson was
carried some distance from the house
and left by the roadside unconscious.
The sheriff's office has been investigat investigating
ing investigating the occurrence and developed only
that the attackers came to Palatka
after the assault and crossed the St.
Johns river on the bridge here toward
East Palatka. Young Glisson was not
seriously injured and has no idea why
he was attacked.
SUPPER MENU FOR
SATURDAY NIGHT
The following menu will be served
by the ladies of the Methodist church
in the church basement Saturday eve evening:
ning: evening: (Note: In printing the menu yes
terday several items were unintention
ally omitted. The corrected menu is
as follows:)
Fried chicken, steamed rice and
gravy 35c
Chicken salad with saltines 35c
Hot rolls, two for 5c
Sliced tomatoes and green peppers
with mayonnaise 10c
Banana salad 15c
Coffee or Iced tea 5c
Pie or cake per slice 10c
Ice cream 10c
Iced sweet milk 10c
NOTICE, METHODISTS
All circles of the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will meet at the church
at four o'clock Monday afternoon.
Each circle will hold a business ses session
sion session first, followed by a general social
gathering. The circles are uniting that
all members may have the pleasure of
meeting Mrs. R. C. Jenkins of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, state corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Jenkins is well posted in mis missionary
sionary missionary work and is a woman of
charming personality and it is hoped
that there will be a large attendance.
It's a hard life. If you live in the
lowlands, the floods will get you; and
if you live in the mountains, the reve revenue
nue revenue men will get you. Fort Wayne
News.
Oh, for the ireless Ireland! Wash Washington
ington Washington Post,

1922

PURITAN WRECK
II SABLE ISLAND
Prospective Cup Contender Lost And
Fifteen Members of Her Crew
Are Missing
Halifax, June 24. (By Associated
Press). The schooner Puritan, of
Glouchester, prospective contender in
the international- fishermen's races
next fall, has been wrecked on Sable
Island. Fifteen members of the crew
are missing.
MUTINY IN KIANG-HI
PROVINCE SUBSIDING
Peking, Dec. 24. (By Associated
Press). The crest of the mutiny
which has drenched Kiang-Hi prov province
ince province with blood apparently has past.
Reports from the best available
servic:s place the death toil at 4000 j
and indicate the destruction or severe
damage of four cities.
WILLIAM ROCKEFELLER
TarryWwn, N. Y., June 24. Will-
iam Rockefeller, oil magnate and a
brother of John D. Rockefeller, died
here today of pneumonia. He had
been ill at his home here since Sunday
but -word of his condition was not
made public. Five doctors were in at attendance
tendance attendance when the end came. Prac Practically
tically Practically all members of the Rockefeller
family were at the death bed. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller contracted a heavy cold during
the rains of last week. He had just
completed a quarter million dollar
mausoleum in Sleepy Hollow ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Deceased was eighty years old.
SETS ITS FACE STERNLY
AGAINST THE SOVIET
Cincinnati, June 24. (Associated
Press) For the third successive year
the American Federation of Labor
placed itself on record by action in its
convention here today against recog recognition
nition recognition of the soviet Russian govern government.
ment. government. Just as soon as we learn to spell
the name of the Chinese president, he
resigns, and the whole job has to be
done over again. San Francisco
Chronicle.
We suppose Americans who go to
Russia seeking for work are lured by
the prospect of no competition. Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia North American.
With the Old Guard's batting aver average
age average of .000, it is terrible to contem contemplate
plate contemplate the next encounter. Milwaukee
Journal.
Conditions could be worse. Great
Britain has more British lecturers
than we have. Newspaper Enterprise
Association.
Ex-Kaiser wants $10 a word for
his book. His word to the Belgians
wasn't worth 30 cents. Newspaper
Enterprise Association.
Carpentier is going to fight Demp-
sey again, which indicates that there
is very little talk of his high intelli
gence. .New York inbune.
The old-fashioned man who drank
from a finger-bowl now has a sophis sophisticated
ticated sophisticated son who drinks the shoe pol polish.
ish. polish. Canned.
We agree with Mrs. Asquith that
"America is to be rich," at least too
rich to be left unvisited by English
lecturers. Boston Herald.
. Dealers pledge to hold down coal,
says a headlne. They would do that
without a pledge. The important
thing would be to pledge them to
hold down prices. New York Tribune
When the G. O. P. witch doctors of
the tariff brew hit upon a 400 per
cent rate on razors, they must have
chortled in their joy, "At least we
have found a tax that will not hit
the woman voter." New York World.
Times change. Now the dispatches
refer to the "Irish Republicans."
When we were boys nobody had ever
heard of such a thing. American
Lumberman (Chicago).
If it works out in th case of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, why not strike your grocer for
a loan to pay your grocery bill? De-
Kalb Chronicle.
The average life of a coin is 25
years. That's what it gets for travel traveling
ing traveling so fast. Washington "News.
Cheer up. The first three months
of summer are the hottest. Cleveland
Press.
Washington has stopt saving day daylight
light daylight and isn't saving anything now
Oklahoma News.

TEMPERATURES This morning.

TRAINS III MAKE
MUCH BETTER TIME
Result of the Atlantic Coast Line Re Relaying
laying Relaying Its Tracks. With
Heavier Rails
Jacksonville, June 24. (Associated
Press). As the result of" rebuilding
and completing the rock ballasting of
the track between Jacksonville and
Tampa and relaying, with heavy rail
between Jacksonville and-St. Peters
burg, the Atlantic Coast Line, effect
ive Sunday, will rearrange the sched
uies of important trams which for
many years have been running on the
same schedules. All the changes are
in the schedules of southbound trains,
except one through train Tampa to
Jacksonville and the local between
Ocala and Jacksonville, the running
time in each instance being cut from
50 minutes to one hour and five min minutes.
utes. minutes. LUDENDORFF AN AMUSING LIAR
The following synopsis of an article
written by Gen. Ludendorff for the
Atlantic Monthly will rather amuse
most Americans:
In contributing an article to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Monthly about the part the
United States played in the war, Gen.
Erich von Ludendorff was handicaped
by political misinformation and by his
inveterate German psychology. He
believes, for instance, that in 1913 a
"gentlemen's agreement" existed be between
tween between "important men in France,
England and the United States" to
combat the "Pan-Germanism danger,"
the United States binding itself "to
interfere in case of a war with Ger Germany
many Germany and Austria." Thus General
Ludendorff unwittingly admits that
Germany and Austria were of a mind
to engage in a war on the continent.
His "gentlemen's agreement" is,' of
course, a figment of the imagination.
General Ludendorff cannot be familiar
with international law when he con condemns
demns condemns the United States for allowing
munitions of war to be shipped to
Great Britain and France, says the
New York Times. War material would
as certainly have been sent to Ger Germany
many Germany if her fleet could have disputed
the mastery of the sea with Great
Britain. President Wilson's notes to
that country upon the blockade of the
German ports the general ignores.
It is inconceivable that they escap escaped
ed escaped his notice. Yet there was a time
when British interference with Amer American
ican American ships strained the relations of the
two countries. The general can see in
episodes that gave comfort and hope
to the pro-Germans here nothing but
by-play for effect. Could anything be
more amusing than his statement that
"at the beginning of the war almost
all neutral states stopped their export
of war material"? Those that were
neighbors of Germany certainly did,
but only because they feared her. Un
der international law the business of
selling war material was legitimate,
"Long before the war with the United
States broke out," says General Lu
dendorff, "German headquarters was
quite aware that the United States
government would not allow the Ger
mans to be victorious over the En Entente."
tente." Entente." If that were true, the persistence of
the Germans in the war was a species
of lunacy. A very Machiavelli was
Woodrow Wilson, according to Luden
dorff, who declares that the presi
dent's peace overture in the winter of
1916-17 was disingenuous and veiled
a policy to enter the war possibly in
pursuance of America's obligations
under the "gentlemen's agreement" of
1913. In spite of the general's infor information
mation information that the United States would
not allow the Central .Powers to pre
vail over the Entente, he makes it
clear that he believed American inter
vention in April 1917, would not turn
the tide of .war, because "American
military support would not arrive
soon enough and, consequently, would
not come into full effect." He is not
frank enough to admit the meaning of
the entrance of the
United States
with its 100,000,000 people and vast!
material resources. Still he under understand
stand understand it, for after the failure of the
Germans, who lacked trained rein reinforcements,
forcements, reinforcements, to strike "a third blow"
at the French front upon the heels of
the Flanders offensive, 1 April 9-17th,
1918, "I was aware," he says,
"that the difficulty of deciding the
war before the American support be became
came became effective grew more and more."
He gives the Americans the credit
they deserve for their splendid ag aggressiveness
gressiveness aggressiveness at Chateau-Thierry, but
he does not remember that the hard hard-fighting
fighting hard-fighting Moroccan division of the
Fernch Army shared their-glory.
In fact, this article General Luden Ludendorff
dorff Ludendorff has nothing to" say about the
t? l j .-it- .
xrencn ixnu crmsn armies as contn-
uuung laciuia ui mc cunuQon acnieve-
ment. He does emphasize, however,
the "return to form" of those armies
when the youthful and vigorous

VOLUME TW
IIVESTIEATliii,.
RERBIII BUT!
State of Illinois Military Authorities
Are Now in Control f The
Situation
Herrin, Jane 24. (By Associated
Press). The state military investiga investiga-tion
tion investiga-tion of the massacre begun today. A T
tour of the area of the fight was made 1
aid it is expected that numerous per-
sons believed to know something of
the disorders will be called before
the board.
LEGAL VALUE OF HUMAN LIFE

Chicago, June 24.Estimates of tfca
amount of property damage and de determination
termination determination of cold figures tobdfixerl f
as the legal value of human HvealoiL,
in the mine riots and masascre olv
Williamson county are being compiled
today in preparation for damage suits
which the Southern Illinois Coal Com Com-pany
pany Com-pany announced will be filed against
the International Union of United
Mine Workers and Williamson? county.
The suits will aggregate more than

one mUlion dollars, according to eS?r

cials. -
REQUEST FOR TROOPS
Chicago, June 24. Counsel for the

Southern Illinois Coal Company today
telegraphed Adjutant General Black
at Springfield, requesting troops bd '.
sent to Williamson county. The attor- -neys
charged the sheriff of the county
was still refusing to do his duty aad-
there was danger of further out outbreaks.
breaks. outbreaks. s

PRACTICAL FORCES Etf
EDUCATION AND RELIGIONS
Mr. Paul M. Trout, who has recently
arrived in Ocala on a visit to his par parents.
ents. parents. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Trout, will
speak at the Christian church tomor
row night in practical Forces In
Business, Education and Religion."
Mr. Trout is a young man of consid
erable talent and an unusually bright
mind and his discourse on Sunday will
undoubtedly be most interesting, Mr.
Trout is a graduate of several
leges, holding A. B. and A. M. degrees
and has been a minister in active
work for the past eight years, part of
the time when he was a student in
college. During the war he served
two years as chaplain in the army,
about eighteen months of which was
spent abroad, he being in the Argonna
offensive. After returning to America
he had charge of a religions educa educational
tional educational school in Lynchburg, Va.
Mr. Trout is a graduate of Babson
College, Boston, which has a limit of
fifty students, he having won a free
scholarship to this college, and at his
graduation was offered the place of
field secretary for this institution. The
work taken up by this college is an
entirely new line with promises of a
wonderful future. In this country
there are 1500 trade anions and it is in
the work of uniting these unions on
a religious economic basis that this
college will prepare its graduates.
Americans appeared on the field, but
even the Americans do not get full
credit for their prowess. To quote
Ludendorff, "the main part of the A A-merican
merican A-merican army intervened in the war
at a time when they had the great
advantage of having their nerves in
tact, while on the other-hand,' Ger Germany's
many's Germany's resistance had considerably
slackened after four years of heroic
fighting against an overwhelming so-
penorty in numbers," and we an
told that" the revolutionary agitation
of the independent social democrats
had poisoned the beautiful spirit c
the German army.
General Ludendorff's article is a
brief of the usual German kind, but
perhaps it is human nature for the
protagonist of a defeated nation to
argue as he does. St. Mihiel was aa
American victory because the Germs
general staff decided to witiKalw"
"the troops into the chord positions
in the Woevre plain." The ; state
ment is made that "weak German
j forces, chiefly Landwehr, some worn-
out active and reserve divisions and
an Austro-Hungarian division" wers
caught napping and driven back, bet
they were overwhelmed by "eleven
American divisions." Nor does
general do justice to the American of offensive
fensive offensive in the Argonne. In conclus conclusion,
ion, conclusion, I believe," he says, "that tha
Americans have common sense enough
to agree that lucky circumstances
favored them greatly."
The bonus bill alternately receives
the O. K. on the one cheek and the K.
O. on the other,-Thomasville Char-
ity and Children. :
Russia wants to borrow a million
rubles. Amrhndii
IT : e"
terT Boston Boot and Shc".
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"Attorney Left Fortune"! -ttir-They
seldom do. Toledo r:-rEcc

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 24. 1922

(Star
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AlPANY,

farmer, the mechanic, the business or
the professional man. They have
easier work than the men of other
callings. The mines are warm in

winter and cold in summer. If they

don't want to work in the mines, let

Ocala.

matter.

Fla poatofflce aa

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Ocala, Fla., June 6th, 1922.
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know how much building was done in : anon coumy
Ocala during the month of June. It; with Commissioners Meffert, Cly

TOoxr ,,cnrH,nt Wo- ourn ana weamers preui.

Wiwu ecu ow tv Tn1,:K

who want to work. If the bunch ofj "Please fill out the blank below j- Ma T A n 15

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iamson county, Illinois, are

to get away with their crimesothers

will imitate them, and in a few weeks
we shall have civil war. Make them
behave or treat them as enemies of
all peaceful and industrious citizens.

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Just imagine Tom Watson calling

two other senators to order!

Baseball i3 supposed to be a sport,

but some people act like it was war.

Unions' are good things in their

way but it is the duty of every

American to ix-member that the Union

When they begin making aluminum

coins, mon. y vill cjase to be a bur
den St. Augustine Record.
But the lack of it will be a barrier.

The man or combination of men who

impose on the public to promote their

vate. interests are enemies oi tne

public and should be treated as such

be available at the office of

your

July i

the board.

Mr. Joe Potter called in regard to

! 1 1 1 T 4- i-v

and it would be appreciated if the i ooara a previuu urucr

iODSiructions irom a rvau m ma

. iity, and presented 3lr. v. a. .uoor-

building inspector by xonday,

2,

blank was returned to us by July 5

A similar letter is sent to every cor

One of the fault3 of the district
road-boss system in this and other
counties is that so many incompetent

men are appointed for political and

personal reasons. A county commis

sioner generally tries to fill the place
with a political friend which is bad.

Sometimes he appoints a relation
which is worse. One man and his fam

ily in a district is benefited by the

county. All the others have to pay
taxes to maintain that man in a soft

job. This is the reason why Marion
county today has some hundreds of

miles of strings of holes, while its
really good roads can be measured in

hundreds of yards. The system has

cost the people a million dollars in

the past twenty-two yeaYs, and the

strings of holes aforesaid are all they
have to show for it. They want a

change. They want their work done

cheaply, if possible, but, cheap or cost

ly, they want it done well. They are

tired of graft and favoritism, and

want results for their hard-earned

dollars.

respondent in the state. But Ocala;"-" "ia F T .TJ
keeps no public record of its building, ;d a letter from Mr Geo. W. Sconeld
A v.;u; ir.tnr fhn ,a pertaining to the matter was read.

ine cnairman amwuuceu mat.

police and fire departments are sup

posed to take notice of new houses.

had approved bond of the Barber-

Fortin Co. in amount of $lb4,uy.ys,

Ocala's building operations with the i 1 -
. r, v u j v ; i Maryland, as sureties, conditioned for
Associated Press, which sends the m-, , ? .
, j. j -i the faithful performance of their con
formation to almost every daily paper ; ia il1

in the state for publication. The Ocala j tract-
rrp-mnnrfpnt has no wav of securing i W. L. Colbert, tax assessor, appear-

this information, except by hiring an i and stated to the board that it

auto and riding all over town, seeing iwould be impossible for mm to tender

what buildimrs are eoinz ud, and, -he assessment rolls lor to tne

then interviewing the contractors and 'toard at this time, and upon his re-

owners to obtain an estimate of the quest the board extended the time for
value of the work done during the (presenting same until the meeting in

month. This the correspondent can't j July.
do. He hasn't the money nor the time. I Mr. E. C. Bennett called and re-

The Star invites all parties that j quested the payment of $1200 to the

have commenced building or carried ;fair association, to be used for prem-

on building during the month to in-iiums.

"It's time we quit that kind of talk,'

said a fifteen year old boy, the son of

Confederate ancestry, when he read

"Lincoln charged with being cause of

the war." Out of the mouths of

baes, etc. Tampa Tribune.

The boys who fought against each

other at Gettysburg and Chickamau

ga are the same kind of boys who

fought side by side at Santiago and

in the Argonne. What God has weld

ed in unity let no irreconciliable try

to break.

When Judge Landis first called Babe
Ruth to taw, lots of people said Babe
was a bigger man than the judge. As
the days go by, Babe and lots of peo people
ple people begin to realize their mistake.

A woman has been nominated for
United States senator on the demo democratic
cratic democratic ticket in Minnesota; the day
will yet come when one will be nomi nominated
nated nominated for president. Times-Union.

If she's elected,
votes of men.

'twill be by the

And so the big victory for improve

ment, won by the people of Hills
borough in voting three million dol
lars for better roads, is impaired, pos
sibly foiled, by a few slight irregu

larities, that do not really affect the

real matter at issue. Does it not im

press the citizens of Florida as a fact

that the state is burdened with foo

laws and crooked lawyers, that al

ways impede and sometimes defeat

(movements for the public good?

BUSINESS IS LIRE
A WHEELBARROW
IT WILL NOT MOVE WITHOUT BEING
PUSHED. WE WILL HELP YOU PUSH
YOURS
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

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form it of their operations, their ex extent
tent extent and value, and if they will do so

S. C. M. Thomas, sheriff of Marion
county, appeared before the board

it will not only send a report to the (with his attorney and presented to

Associated Press, but make up a good

story for its own pages. The reports
should be in by the first of the month.

the board his feed bill for prisoners

eral fund validated warrants Nos. 1
2 3 4 10 16 and coupons No. 13 on val validated
idated validated road fund warrants Nos. 11 13

30 51 56 62 63 64 69 70 71 72 73 74.
The board ordered that witness cer certificates
tificates certificates Nos. 82 to 167 in amount of
$402.50 be certified to the county de depository
pository depository for payment from the fine
and forfeiture fund.
The following warrants were order-

for

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR j

LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S LAND

May, aggregating $325.65, and re-led drawn to cover bills duly examined,

quested the board to pay the same out

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
No services morning or evening, as

the pastor is away on his annual vacation.

mm
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor

of the fine and forfeiture fund. This
bill was audited and found correct, but
the board thereupon voted not to pay
the same because all of the appropria appropriation
tion appropriation provided in the budget of Oct. 1st,
1021 to Sept. 30th, 1922, had been ex expended
pended expended and paid out. Payment there-

jfore for this reason was refused.
I The tax collector was directed to al al-jlow
jlow al-jlow B. B. Fletcher to pay his personal
: taxes on assessment of $130 and to al al-jlow
jlow al-jlow N. A. Russell to pay his personal

j taxes on valuation of $500,

passed and ordered paid, to-wit: Gen-

y:45 a. m. bunday school. shown to the board that the assess-
11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor. I ments of the above parties as they
subject of sermon, "What Does It now stand were made through error.

Grandpa says that the flapper is a
result of the lack of skill in spanking
by modern parents. The trouble is
that the safety razor has done away
with' the old-fashioned razor-strop.
Miami Herald.
There are yet trunk straps.
Did you ever notice that harsh crit criticisms
icisms criticisms hurt no one but the critic him himself
self himself ? This is a law without varia variation.
tion. variation. Orlando Reporter-Star.
No, we hadn't noticed it. But we
have known hearts to be broken and
lives ruined by unjust criticism.

It is reported Mr. Bryan is going to
stump the country against Evolution.
That is, of course, unless the unfore unforeseen
seen unforeseen throws a monkey wrench in his
plans. Jacksonville Journal.
We should be glad to see Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan try to smite evolution with his
jawbone. The inevitable result would
be to enlighten a number of people on
what evolution really is information,

by the way, that Mr. Bryan cannot
impart.

"Secretary Weeks told the West
Point cadets there would be chaos in
this country without an army. If the
House of Representatives had its way
it would abolish the army and try a
little chaos for a change. Miami
Herald.
It's a' big chaos itself.

It was reported a day or two ago
that the Southern Railway had bought
the Oklawaha Valley. Investigation
reveals no foundation for the story.
The Star understands that here is an
agreement between the Southern and
the Atlantic Coast Line by which the
former has agreed not to extend its
system any further south for some
years.

The Punta Gorda Herald is pessi pessimistic.
mistic. pessimistic. It says: "Tampa Tribune is
already praising the legislature that
was elected last week. We know of at
Jeast one 'crook' and two daughm-

phools who are amongst those elected.
If the proportion holds good through
the whole list, there will be less than
fifty honest and able men in the next

legislature."

; Without much deliberation and no

warning at all, the philosopher in the

Tampa Times says that every man
should carry life insurance to enable

nis wife to make a better catch the

next time. St. Augustin Record.

. But the devil of it is that some poor
fellows, instead of dying, only tie

themselves down to a lifetime of

making money enough to pay the

premiums.

.-. If it takes the entire national guard

, of Illinois, with the United States

army to back it, the murderers of

Williamson county, nis., should be
brought to justice. The union miners

of America have gone on strike, in intending
tending intending to try to freeze the entire
country into submission. Not content

.to wait the result of such tactics, they
- x have instituted what is no less than a

rebellion. The miners near Herrin

.. have been guilty of atrocities worse
- i than those of the Germans in Belgium.
ifiiiniai .Their. -women have been as barbarous

as were ine inaian, squaws, wno tor tortured
tured tortured prisoners until they prayed for
f death. They are fighting the entire
country and, they are a disgrace to it.
The union miners deserve no sympa sympathy.;
thy.; sympathy.; They can work if they want to,
Arid be much better paid than the

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

Mean to be a Christian?"
6:45 p. m. Junior, Intermediate

and Senior B. Y. P. U.

8 p. m. Sermon subject, "Wireless
as a Type of Prayer."
Summer services are all brief.
"Better Come to Church."
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.

Duval, superintendent.

11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor.

Subject, "Give God a Chance." Math.

10.
7 p. m. Epworth League in the

basement.

8 p. m. Preaching.
Music by choirs and orchestra.
Come -and pray for yourself and

others.

Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. J.
, Dickson, acting superintendent.

eral fund, No. 13065 to No. 13154,
$3259.51; road fund, No. 17184 to No.
17282, $1313.27; state aid road fund,
No. 1318 to No. 1325, $78.40; agri agricultural
cultural agricultural fund, No. 743 to No. 744,
$1400; outstanding indebtedness fund,

jNo. 904 to No. 905, $1383.31; fine and

forfeiture fund, No. 8976 to No. 8981,
$333.78.
The county depository, tax collec collector,
tor, collector, sheriff, county judge, justices of
the peace and inspectors of marks and

it being brands filed reports.

The board thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.

(Evening Star June 24, 1902)
L. R. Chazal returned from a busi

ness trip up country today. He stop-

d en route at Seabreeze.
C. R. Burt of Ozello, the tie contrac

tor, was in town today, looking after

property interests. Mrs. Burt and
daughter, Mrs. Long, who are now at

Holder, will soon leave for South

Carolina for the summer.

Percy Williams of Savannah, for

merly of Ocala, is in town visiting his

father. Mr. Williams is now a pros

perous dentist.

J. K. Christian of Mcintosh was

registered at the Ocala House yester

day.

J. A. Rowell, formerly of this city,

is m Atlanta engaged in business.

Dr. W. H. Powers today obtained

from County Judge Robert Bullock a

marriage license for Mr. Burt W. Me

Donald and Miss Fletcher Condon,

and the wedding will take place to

night at the home of the bride's par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Condon.

Tom McCarroll of Gainesville was

in the city yesterday and held down

second base for Ocala.

William Alsop.. the Weirsdale post

master, merchant and station agent,

was in the city yesterday looking

after land matters.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star June 24, 1912)

Col. Zack Muihall has returned from

Oklahoma and is again at the Colo

nial.

iUr. and Mrs. R. E. Downs and

daughter, Miss Cecile Downs, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for their old home at Cedar

Rapids, Iowa, where they will spend

the summer.

lur. .uuis bavarese has returned

from a business trip to Savannah.

Miss Marian Dewey and her guest

Miss Mildred Hendricks, returned this

morning from the house party that
they have been attending at Lake

Weir.

Misses Marguerite Porter, Lydia

McDougall and Messrs. Willie Bul

lock and Whit Palmer left this after

noon for Lake Weir.

Judge Joseph Bell returned today

from a fishing trip to Crystal River.

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

comer room and each accessible to the

other and to the bath by private hall.
For particulars see Ditto or Baxter
Cam. 22-tf

11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon,
The Holy Spirit as Teacher."
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Sermon, Working the Work of God.
The open air services have been held

for two Sabbath evenings. It is a joy
to worship God in the open. Let every
one be present tomorrow evening.

Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol fol-owed
owed fol-owed by sermon by Paul Morton

Trout, field secretary of Babson In Institute
stitute Institute of Boston, Mass. Subject, "The

Practical Forces in Business."

6:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor.
7 p. m. Senior Endeavor.
At 8 p. m. Paul Morton Trout will

speak again on "Educational and Re Religious
ligious Religious Development."

A welcome to all these services.
m m
Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month

at 8:30 a. m.

of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week

days at 7 a. m.

Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.

The tax collector was directed to al
low G. C. McMullen to pay his person

al taxes less the assessment of one j
automobile, which had been shown to ;
have ben illegally assessed. j
Communication was received from ;
Mr. J. H. Bradley, regarding a refund

of 7-mill illegal levy on 1920 taxes,)

said letter being addressed to the con- i
troller and referred to the board byj
him. Letter was referred to W. W. j

Stripling for answer.
Report of committee, J. S. Tyler, C,

M. Blair and Frank Wilson, recom-:
mending route for road as follows:'
Begin at cor of lot 6 in sec 14-17-23, j
thence run w on sec line thru centers
of sec 14 and continuing w on center j
of sec 15 to the public road running s j

and being one quarter of a mile north

of the public road running e from
Summerfield, which report was ac accepted
cepted accepted and road ordered posted for
opening.
Communication was received from
the commissioners of Citrus county in
regard to the condition of the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon bridge. Commissioner Weath

ers reported that he had made ar

rangements for repair of said bridge,
and the Citrus county board was or ordered
dered ordered notified of this action.
A petition bearing thirteen signa signatures
tures signatures was received asking for road as
follows: Leaving the present Old Old-town
town Old-town and Fellowship road about one
quarter of a mile sout hof the ne cor
of sec 22-14-20, run thence s along sec
line between 22-23-26-27 and about
one and a half miles to the Ocala and
Blitchton road, and Messrs. S. J. Mc Mc-Cully,
Cully, Mc-Cully, W. B. Rawls and T. M. Phillips
were appointed as a committee to view
and mark out the best and most prac

tical route for same.
Upon motion of Commissioner Tal Tal-ton,
ton, Tal-ton, seconded by Commissioner
Weathers, it was ordered that trans transfers
fers transfers be made of $700 for contingency
to paid for free labor account in the
road fund; that $300 be transferred
from contingency to sheriff, general

court work in the general fund, and
that $50 be transferred from pay of

FOR SALE!
The entire stock and fix fixtures
tures fixtures of the
BELLLY IE W TRADING CO.,
BELLE VIEW, FLORIDA
whole, or in part, regard regardless
less regardless of 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
Belleview Trading Company
Belleview, Florida.

Notice is hereby given to all whom ;

it may concern mat j-.yaia jvronn, as
guardian of Lucille, Dorothy, Harold
and Albert Krohn, minors, will on

the 10th day of July, 1922,

apply to the Honorable L. E. Futch,

county judge in and' for said county,

at his office in Ocala, m said county,
at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as the matter can be heard, for
authority to sell at private sale, the

following described real estate in

Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
The southwest quarter of the north northeast
east northeast quarter and northwest quarter of
the southeast quarter of section 16,
township 16 south, range 22 east,
which application will be based upon
the petition for sale now on file in said
court.
Dated June 9th, A. D 1922.
LYDIA KROHN, Guardian.
Ocala, Florida. 6-10-5t-Sat

NOTICE

Of Special MaHter'a Sale
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a final decree rendered in
t'lat certain cause pending in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court. Marion county. Florida, .n
chancery, of date May 4th. A. D. 1922,
in that certain causj wherein W. 6.
Bullock Is complainant and C. M. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston is defendant, the undersigned
as special master in cliancery in said
cause, will on
Monday, July 3, A. D. 1922
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., at the south
door of the court house in Ocala. Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, offer for jjle and
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described real estate,
situate, lying and being in Ocala. Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
E.- of wi of block 31 Caldwell's
addition to the city of Ocala, Marlon
county, Florida, according to plat
thereof recorded in deed book K, page
741. of the public records of M. .ion
county, Florida, said land being other otherwise
wise otherwise descried as commencing 210 ft
west of the northeast corner of block
31. Caldwell's addition to Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, thence running west 105 ft thence
running soutn 224 feet, thence running
east 103 feet, thence running north 224
feet to point of beginning, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said final decree and costs of suit.
D. NIEL, FERGUSON.
, Special Master.
K W. DUVAL,
Complainant's Solicitor. 6-3-Sat

XOTICK OF MASTER'S SALE

UUtiMD SCi

iffilMS

jurors to contingency in the fine and

Mass on other Sundays s forfeiture fund, and directed the clerk

to write the comptroller and request

that he approve said transfers.
The state road department submit submitted
ted submitted bills for supplies in amount of
$1241.54 and pay roll in amount of
$255.45, said expenses incurred in con connection
nection connection with state road No. 2, which
were ordered approved by the board
and sent to the bond trustees of the

i county for payment.

Communication from the commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of agriculture concerning in information
formation information in regard to convicts was
read and ordered filed.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
agricultural fund in favor of K. C.

! Moore in amount of $200 for salary as
i county demonstrator for the month of

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9:45 a. m.- Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Subject, "Christian Science,"
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m

daily except Sundays.

Church of Christ
(North Magnolia Street)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Communion. Preaching.
8 p. m. Preaching.

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Notice is herebv given that under

and by v rtue of a final decree render rendered
ed rendered l,y Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge
of the circuit court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in chancery, in
a certain raus pending in said oonrt

wherein A. A. Mathews is complainant
and Fannie Stephens and Joe Stenhens

James Stephens ami l'earle Stephens.

minor heirs of Henry Stephens and
Fannie Stephens, are defendants, the
undersigned as special master in chanc chancery,
ery, chancery, will on
'If.nday, ihe 3rd day of Jaly, 1922.
during the leg;il hours of sale, at the
v est !our f the court house in Ocala,
Florida, iTer for sale ar.d will to

the licr'.e.xt and be.t l.iddor for cash
the :..-. iga-ed premises described in
said d---r.-f.-c. to-wit:
Xortawst quarter of northwest
quarter of section 23, township 15
south, range 22 cast. or so much
thereof as may e necessary to satisfy
the said decree and costs.
JOSEPH BELL.
As Special Master in Chancery.
II. M. HAMPTON.
Solicitor for Complainant. 6-2-5t-Fri

NOTICE

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A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
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I Anril.

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Carter as sureties was approved. No No-:tary
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Still, these visiting celebrities must
feel a little surprised when they get
to America and learn how great they
are. xew York Evening Telegram.

The Russians are now talking about
conquering the capitalistic world, and
we suppose their plan is to smother it
with rabies. Columbus Dispatch.

Margot Asquith says this country's
trouble is too much money. And
Europe is enthusiastically willing to
share our trouble. Greenville Piedmont.

Money talks, but people who know
how to keen it don't. Wall Street

Herald.

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, la and for
... Marion County In Chancery.
Jean Cilchrist Attwood, Complainant,
vs. Frank Attwood, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: Frank Attwood, be
and is hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause on

or oeiore

Monday, the 7th day of Amnmt, 1922,
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the

Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper nuh-

lished in said county and state.
This 27th day of May, 1922.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER. JR..
Cifrk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla.
By R. K. BATTS, D. C.
T. S. TRANTH AM.
Complainant's Solicitor. 6-2-9t-FrI

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

board of county commissioners of

Marion county, Florida, and the as

sessor oi taxes of said county, will

meet at the office of the clerk of said
board on July 3rd, 1922, for the pur

pose of hearing complaints and re

ceiving testimony as to the value of
any property, real or personal, as fixed

by the county assessor of taxes, and

of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz

ing the assessment on the assessment
books tendered on that date.
T. D. LANCASTER JR.,
17-3t-Sat Clerk of Said Board.

Now America will lend Germany
the money to pay the Allies to pay
America to buy German goods to
make Germany rich enough to pay
her debts. New Britain Herald.

Senator Borah ought to know by
tliis time that the reason why we do
not recognize the Bolsheviks is be because
cause because we recognize them. New York
Tribune.

"Japan is planning to leave Siber Siberia,"
ia," Siberia," says Ishii. Oh, Ishii? Newspaper
Enterprise Association.

France and Itry will join England
in investigating" Turkish atrocities.
We saw a man smoking one yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Newspaper enterprise Asso Association.
ciation. Association. .

It's all right, for Germany and Rus Russia
sia Russia to make a treaty if either of them
is gullible jenough- to trust the other.
Nashville Southern Lumberman.

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It's not much trouble
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The Bi,

Muskeg
By
VICTOR ROUSSEAU
dtutrations by
R. H. Lirinfstcst
9
Cwnfelt to Stewart DelCsasssj
CHAPTER XV
Bowyer's Hour.
Bowyer looked the incarnation of In Insolence
solence Insolence and triumph as he stood- In the
doorway, red-faced, red-haired, like
some sleek fox that has put off Its
habitual cunning because it is at last
secure from danger.
His vicious eyes fixed themselves themselves-upon
upon themselves-upon the girl's face as she fastened
back the hair that hung about her.
"That brute was rough with you,"
said Bowyer. "But I guess you gave
him better than he gave you. I guess
he got what he deserved. I told them
yon weren't to come to any harm.
Well, McDonald, they didn't use yon
too rough, eh'r"
"We were brought here by force and
violence," said Molly defiantly. "Are
we to be kept here in the same way?"
Suddenly Bowyer stepped forward
and took her hands. "Molly listen
to me now," he said. "Listen quietly.
I'm not going to hurt you. I love you.
I've got to have you, Molly. But I
want you to love me. Let's forget it
all. What'd you say, Molly? Did you
ever think of what I've got to offer
you?"
She tried to draw her hands away,
but he held them tightly, and, remem remembering
bering remembering her resolution, she stood with
them passive in his own.
"What's your answer, Molly?" asked
Bowyer.
"Never!" she cried. "You knew
that! Did you think I was going to
change because you had had me kid
naped- and inflicted this outrage upon
me?"
Bowyer turned toward the factor.
"Maybe she'll obey you, McDonald," he
said softly ; and something in his tone
arrested the girl's attention.
McDonald was gray with fear. He
leaped up. "Molly, he means it!" he
screamed. "We can't escape him.
He'll get you as he's got me. Molly,
say 'yes to him, because he's won.
He'll get what he wants, anyway. And
it's no shame to see when you're
beaten, and to give way."
The sight of the trembling old man
swept away all the girl's resolve. Her
loathing for their persecutor drove her
to frenzy. She tore her hands from
'If
You Touch
Me Again,
You!"
I'll Kill
Bowver's. ran behind the divan and
snatched up a rifle that stood there.
She raised the stock above her head
with both hands.
"If you touch me again I'll kill
you !" she cried.
Bowyer looked at the factor. "Then
I'll tell her what I know," he said.
"For years I've stood by you and
shielded you
The factor's hands went up as if he
were warding off a blow, and there
was the mute appeal of a whipped dog
in his eyes. Bowyer went on:
"For years I've protected you from
the law. Now I've done with you."
"Yon can tell me, Tom Bowyer!"
cried Molly.
He swung toward her. "Ill tell you,
then," he roared. "Your fathers a
murderer. He's been wanted by the
police these twenty years or more,
and he's still wanted. The police don't
forget. I knew it from the first. He
came to me and asked my help after
he'd murdered a man in a common
brawl. lie wanted to give himself np.
I told r-.i't'. not to. I got him his job!
at the p :!.ige. where he'd he secure.!
I've stoid by him, been his friend.!
protected him. But Til protect him no
more."
He wheeled upon the factor. "Now
speal-: to her again!" he shouted.
"You're her father!" There was in intense
tense intense mockery in his tone. "Shell
obey you. Ask If she wants yon
to swing in the jaii-yard at Yorkton
while she's on her honeymoon with
Will Carruthers !"
With a whimpering cry the factor
dropped to his knees and hid his face
in his hands. Molly let the rifle fall
and shrank back agnlnst the walL A
cry broke from her lips.
"It isn't true, father I" she begged,
fixing her eyes in terror upon the fac-
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tore. Ten mm it r?n c cme. ira
didn't kill that man wLo insulted my
mother! And. if you did. you tii i it
to protect her. Tell him it's a lie :
The factor's whimpering moans
were all her answer. They ceased,
and for a full minute there was not

the least sound in the room. Slowly
Molly raised her head, and the look
that had come into her eyes at last
was one that Bo vyer had seen in
the eyes of many men and women be before.
fore. before. He knew that the time of his
triumph had come.
"Unless I marry you, Tom Bowyer."
said Molly, "you will betray my father,
who trusted you?"
Til give him up to justice," Bow Bowyer
yer Bowyer shouted. "I'll fight with what
weapons Pve got. Wouldn't any man
who was a man fight for what he
wanted most of all in the world? If
you don't give up, I swear hell hang.
Tou know what Canadian law Is. I
swear to you I'll have him hanged in
Torkton laside of six months if you
don't agree to what I'm asking of
yon-'
"And if I do agreeT' asked Molly,
shuddering.
The sudden glance of hope in the
factor's eyes went to her heart. But
McDonald, crushed under his servi servitude,
tude, servitude, had a nicker of manhood after
all.
"Don't do It, Molly, lass !" he shout shouted.
ed. shouted. TH hang!" He turned to Bow Bowyer.
yer. Bowyer. "I'll hang!" he shouted, and then
his voice broke into a whimper.
"Shut up, you old fool!" said Bow Bowyer,
yer, Bowyer, contemptuously. "If you agree,
Molly," he said, "the past will all be
forgotten. I swear it will. I love you,
and I'll be true to you. I'll give you
everything you want, and I'll make
McDonald a home as long as he lives.
D n it! You look as If I was asking
something awful of youl What's the
matter with me? Ain't I good enough
for you?"
She looked up, to see Bowyer's red
face peering into her own. She shiv shivered,
ered, shivered, as if with mortal cold.
TH marry you," she said.
The slow smile that spread over
Bowyer's face was indescribable. He
turned to McDonald. "WelL that's set settled
tled settled at last." he said, rubbing his
hands together in gloating self-satisfaction.
"Get to bed, McDonald! Molly
and I will sit up a while and talk over
the details of our honeymoon trip.
That ain't your buness. Maybe we'll
do a little "IbVe-making on the side,
too, but not to rough. I guess I know
how to handle a girl!"
He strode toward the door and
opened it. The factor stood stock-still
for a moment. Then, at Bowyer's call,
he stumbled toward it, and Bowyer
led him across the passage Into an another
other another room.
"You'll be comfortable in here, Mc McDonald!"
Donald!" McDonald!" Bowyer shouted, slapping
the old man on the back. "And don't
you fear for Molly. I'll take mighty
good care of her."
There followed his returning foot
steps, and the sharp, sudden click of
a key. Then came a furious rattling
from within. Bowyer turned angrily.
"Go to bed, you old fool!" he
shouted. "Didn't I tell you I'd take
care of her?"
The rattling ceased, but Molly heard
the factor's feet shuffling as he stood
irresolutely behind his door, listening.
Bowyer came back and slammed the
door behind him. He put his hand on
Molly's shoulder.
Tm glad that's all settled at last,"
he said. "G d, you've led me a chase,
Molly! Hardest I've ever had; but I
knew Td get yon in the end."
"When do you wish me to marry
you?" asked Molly in a whisper.
Bowyer threw back h!s head and
laughed. "Now you're talking," he an answered.
swered. answered. "That's the point I was com coming
ing coming to. I'm a business man, and I'm
used to paying what I have to for
what I want. But I've been thinking
that when two people are agreed on
the same thing, and there's no way
out of it, unless you want the old man
to swing why, it mightn't be neces necessary
sary necessary for you and me to get married
it alL"
fie slid h!s arm about her waist and
bent his red face toward hers. For an
Instant the girl misunderstood. Then
she leaped to her feet, her eyes bias biasing.
ing. biasing. "Get out of my way, Tom Bowyer!
If you try to stop me I'll murder you P
she screamed.
She ran round behind the divan,
snatched np the empty rifle, and, as
Bowyer followed her, brought down
the stock with all her strength.
Had it struck his skull it would have
knocked him unconscious. But in the
nick of time he leaped aside, and It
fell across the muscles of his neck
and shoulders. With a howl of pain
he wrenched the weapon from her
hands. He beat her across the face
again and again with his fists. He
seized her by the hair, twining it in
his hand, and, forcing her head back,
pnt his hands over her mouth.
She tried with all the strength she
possessed to pry his hands away; the
red and swollen face that leered into
her own seemed to fill all space, like
a huge, evil sun. With all the strength
that remained in her she tore at the
red hand over her mouth, and bit into
it until her assailant yelled with pain.
His grasp on her throat loosened for
an instant. She drew In a deep gasp
of air. Then she saw that the door
was open.
Hackett was in the room. He was
shouting to Bowyer, who released the
half-conscious
girl, stood np, and
yelled in answer. The outlaw was
tugging frantically at his arm. There
came the plunge of a heavy body
against the door of the camp. Hackett
sprang forward, and fell sprawling
back under a terrific blow.
Wilton stood on the threshold.
(Continued Monday)
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CRITICS AND REVIEWERS
What is to be understood when a
leading dramatic critic describes a
new piece by a young lady from St.
Louis as "the greatest play of mod modern
ern modern times"! asks the Villager. When
he announces that a popular actress,
as artful little entertainer, is "mas "masterly,"
terly," "masterly," "superb," and "perfect," are we
to think of Bernhardt and Siddons, or
are we not to think of them? When a
college professor of literature, review reviewing
ing reviewing one of the season's several "best
sellers" among the novels, describes it
as an epic poem, what are we to make
of it? When these, who serve the
time as critics and reviews, discover
genius, not once a decade, but once a
month, when every day finds them
celebrating works of art which are
"epoch-making' w hich are "supreme
achievements," which have power to
stir the human heart to the very
depths, just how are we to take this
kind of encomium?

Good health may cost less than $SO
a year1 the amount allowed in the j
minimum budget prepared by the New j
York bureau of municipal research to j
govern the expenditures of a family
of five but It is easy to believe that I
the total of doctors' and dentists bills ;
might easily exceed that amount So-
dety has not yet decided how to pro-'
vide adequate treatment for cases 1
when the sufferer comes of a family j
whose Income, while sufficient for'
ordinary purposes, fails to meet the
cost of extraordinary expenses, says j
the Baltimore Sun. A plan of action j
which is receiving serious attention is j
that which propoli s the extensive use
of pay clinics where, for a moderate j
fee, the patient can obtain the help of t
a specialist, whom, under usual i ondl- J
tions, he can consult only on a charity ;
basis or through payment of the full
charge for an oflke appointment.
Sometimes there is money in dreams,
remarks the London Dally Mail. A
plumber of Bristol once made 10,000
oat of a dream idea of bis wife's. One
night she dreamed that she saw her j
husband making shot by dropping it
from the top of a high tower. The!
vision was so vivid that she was con convinced
vinced convinced it was not a dream, but an
Inspiration. And next morning she
told her husband all about it The
plumber was a practical man and did
not believe in dream. But, urged by
his wife, he made a few experiments.
He was surprised to find that he could
made excellent small shoe by pouring
molten lead through a sieve Into water
from a height So he took out a
patent which he sold for 10,000, and
hoped that his wife would dream
again.
The amazon has manifested herself
in the far east Rand, South Africa, and
with a perfectly inconsistent but de delightful
lightful delightful denouement, says the Chris Christian
tian Christian Science Monitor. Of course, it
started as a demonstration of the
Young Nationalist party. At Brakpan,
a number of women charged through
police lines and captured an official.
The police considered this highly un uncalled
called uncalled for, but believing In tact gent gently
ly gently argued with the enraged women.
And the result of the argument was
that the ladles withdrew and after afterwards
wards afterwards took afternoon tea with the po police
lice police officers I Nothing short of an ex exclamation
clamation exclamation mark slnld end that bit of
news. These heney-tongued and melli mellifluous
fluous mellifluous South African policemen are
needed violently in other parts of the
British Empire, Ireland and India for.
Instance!
Rust the enemy of mechanical prog
ress, has been conquered, says Paul H. i
Eighols of San Francisco, who has an announced
nounced announced the perfection of an antirnst
olntiaO pronounced by chemical ex experts
perts experts the first successful effort to com combat
bat combat the red destroyer. He says his
solution has an affinity for nothing but
rust and Is not harmful to the metal
Itself. He was aided In his experi experiments
ments experiments by his wife. Elgholz began his
experiments while working as a piano
toner, where he encountered difficulty
with rusty toning keys.
Returns to the investors in an al alleged
leged alleged get-rlch-qulck scheme were prom promised
ised promised "shortly." The head of the con concern
cern concern disappeared, leaving no word that
he will be back "shortly." Meantime,
the Investors are getting along "short "shortly."
ly." "shortly." Harvard university has perfected ft
method which will measure the exact
distance of all the stars from the
earth. After the learned professors
finish that job they might find out how
far Harvard university is from the
earth.
The American paper manufacturers
will be handicapped for a sufficient
supply of pulp so long as continental
Europe Issues such vast sums of paper
money.
Russian boots for women are sup supplanting
planting supplanting galoshes. At last. Russia has
done something to earn the gratitude
of mankind.
Another reason why men shouldn't
fall out ah':nt religion Is that very few
of them have enoufh of it to quarrel
aboni.
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 10S. 2-tf
Property will go np now. See Ditto
and secure that nice home going op
on Dougherty street by making a
small payment down. Balance on easy
terms. Citizens Investment Company,
phone 163. 22-tf

Coireclion

BE GOOD TO YOUR FEET
They Are One of Your Greatest Assets
Come to our store and let Mr. sliarp teU your troubles.
The examination is free, and may mean perfect comfort
for your feet, and save yon the agony of many a pain.
FROM JUNE 25th to JULY 1st

inclusive, is Wizard Week at our store. Bring your
feet to us, and if you have foot troubles we will show
you how to cure them at a very small expense. We
carry an appliance for every pair.

R HE INA U E R S

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'The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South

MIAMI,

Rates Reasonable

The Commercial and Business Man Always Welcome

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Out delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or sapper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half -gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 60c at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c a quart, delivered; quart

DncK, not pacKea, ouc at weamery.
Fresh Creamery Butter Daily-
Can now be had at the following places.
Farmers Exchange Store Main Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five U-Serve Stores.
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve Stores.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Phone 94

The
Windsor
Hotel
I JACKSONVILLE, FLA

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FLORIDA
FLORIDA
Night Pfaome S15
Day Plum 47
When the Final Call
Comes to a member of the family-, It
la natural to desire a memorial aerrlo
in which fitting honor ahaJl be paid
and faith In the larger future shall be
expressed. At each a time, those wfeo
are suffering the strain of pertm
must be relieved of the details of ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Furthermore If the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are to be perfect they
must be placed in hlg-hly trained and
experienced hands. There la a funeral
director in your community who. possessing-
this skill, also understands
that he is called upon for something'
more than professional service that
the essence of nis responsibility Is to
carry out each detail in the spirit of
a labor of love.
GEO.hlACKAY & C011PANY
Funeral Directors
H. B. Overton, Director
ICE CREAM
At Your Home
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
Mil .1111 I T ,
ROBERT M. MEYER,
' Mansger""
J. E. KAVANAUGH
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OCAU OCCUBRENGES

ANNOUNCED TOO EARLY K&i5
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Mr, Lewis Yonce requests the Star i S:f

If you have any local or society t0 sa-v that the announcement of hisv

items for the Star, call five-one. --iskkil w 17 "1" X

ceaeview was made too early, inere?

no doubt that the engagement ex- ij"fs

parties :

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis and sons i is

expect to leave Sunday for a motor ists, but the two estimable

trip down the East Coast.

Messrs. D. M. Barco and Clarence
Woodward of Cotton Plant were busi business
ness business visitors in Ocala Friday.

most concerned prefer to give out the

news in their own time.

"THE SHEIK "THE CHIC
- An entirely new model in white de- j A slyiish model with a very promi promi-signed
signed promi-signed for the woman who want3 the jnert GRECIAN influence in the in in-last
last in-last word in ladies' footwear. 'step and toe. Made of best white kid
obtainable, also white kid lined from

itoe to heel, two straps to button.

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

Rev. J. J. Neighbour left Fridav for Each year it is the custom of the

a two weeks business and oleasure i Ocala Auxiliary of the American Le- :

trip to New York and New Jersey. j gion to send to the government hos-:
jpital at Lake City a box of home
Mr. J. D. Wilkes, manager of the I made delicacies. The committee inj(j)
i t t 1 1 1 I 1 n i. i "-

gas company, is connnea to ms nome ; cnarge tnis year nas ueen ousy coueci-

on account of sickness.

A BANKING SERVICE
THAT YOU WILL APPRECIATE
We believe in rionest and conservative methods. We believe in
promptness, courtesy, and the best banking service that it is pos-
sible to attain.
With these purposes ever before us, we cordially invite your ac account,
count, account, with the assurance of safety and satisfaction.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

Mrs. E. H. Mote of Leesburg is in

the city, a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Hocker.

Mr. Karl Weihe, after a day here

to visit his parents and meet his pa

tients, has returned to Jacksonville.

, "THE CLEOPATRA"
'In three decidedly different mate mate--
- mate-- rials, but in the same Cleopatra model.
"uite.Jigyptian in model, but toned
. down to a strictly American woman's
I fancy. The materials are BLACK
-PATENT LEATHER, BLACK Satin
;'J"'Ht SKINNER'S SHOE SATIN.

WHITE BLUMENTHAL'S KID with
KID LINING to the end of the toe.

"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.

Vacation and business trips to the

north as made on Merchants and

Miners steamers from Jacksonville to

Baltimore or Philadelphia will be

found most satisfactory. It

These Models are the ones which won the most admiration from
' the most cynical critics at both the St. Louis Style Show and the

iouthern Retail Shoe Convention at Jacksonville.

THESE MODELS ARE LA TE ARRIVALS. SELECT YOURS WHILE

YOUR STYLE LASTS
ALL SIZES AND MODELS, AAs to Es

GUARANTEE CLOTHING f SHOE COMPANY
STYLE IIKADQUARTKItS

"BtruJs with youroof
TiadaMark

Agents for the

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

9

Mr. Edward Anderson of Savannah,

is spending his vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson

Sr., at Marowood.

Mr. Nelson Dosh returned yester

day from Winter Park, where he has
been attending the state Epworth
League convention.

Mrs. R. A. Burford has returned

home from a two weeks' visit in

Lynchburg, Va., Washington, D. C

and Washington, Ga.

Deputy U. S. Marshal O. H. Math

ews, one of the most faithful in Uncle

Sam's service, has been here on offi

cial business this week.

Mrs. James Pyles who has been

quite sick at her home on Watula
street for the past week, is up today

for the first time.

ing good things for the sick and dis- j
abkd boys at the hospital and wishes t "- "-- "-' w "-- w - w w w w -p w w w w

through the columns of the btar to
notify those who are interested in this
work to send their donations to Miss
Mary Burford's home, or if unable to
send them, notify Miss Burford and
she will arrange to have the articles
called for. Any home made delicacies,
such as preserves, jellies and pickles

are desired. It is the intention of the
committee to prepare and ship the
box by next Wednesday.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
foilo.vs: Maximum of six lines one time
25c: three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
uilvauce except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR RENT Store room in the Ocala
House block facing courthouse. See
L. R. Bracken. 26-6t

CASES IN U. S. COURT A nice, thoroughly modern bunga-
low home for somebody is being built

States Commissioner D. S. l?y the Citizens Investment Co. on a

See the house now in "course of con construction
struction construction on Dougherty street. If you.
would like to own it see Carn or Ditto

United

Williams has been quite busy this lot on Dougherty street. Price and .and have any changes you would like
week, having before him a number of terms easy. Call and see it. Phone j made btlore it is too late. Let me
whisky cases. They were: Wm. Y. 2S3 for particulars. 22-tf j show you the many attractive features
Rawlings, living a few miles west of jhere. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf

Fairfield, on whose premises were : A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant I

found a complete distilling apparatus; 8 Food will perform wonders with your i In this country we are apparently

bound over to the next session of the pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court

WOOD FOR SALE For the best
wood at the lowest price call 471 471-Blue.
Blue. 471-Blue. Prompt delivery. E. Gib Gibbons,
bons, Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 6-24-tf
AGENTS Cigar stands, restaurants,
confectioners all buy our whirlwind
trade stimulator. $75 commission
weekly. Pocket sample. Catalog,
sales plan free. Peoria Novelty
Co., Peoria, 111. 24-lt

FOR SALE One "E. M." wood range,
practically new. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply 304 S. Osceola St.,
r.vnoy On A Cf AT. Porro 9A.CA

a ii i t-i iiV r 1

Aioerr s riant i-ooa is tne tning ior

making your flower garden and pot FOR RENT Unfurnished house,

plants bloom. It is odorless and is i clcse in. All conveniences. Rent

sold in 25c and 50c packages and $2 reasonable. Phone 40 or see D. R.

r.cks. At the Court Pharmacy. 18-tf Connor at Masters store. 24-6t

United States court in the sum of Pharmacv.

$1000. Clark Coleman, Ocala, selling?
$100 bond. Mose Spikes, Perry Har- j
vey, William Wilkins, living near j
r.:.u t T 3

rairneiu, uisLiuuig apparatus iuuiiu,

bound over. Lonnie Sanders and wife,
Josephine, charged with selling liq liquor,
uor, liquor, moonshine found on premises,

were having a hearing this afternoon. JJ

18-tf

willing to try any thing once except

the criminals. New York Tribune.

IS

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Thursday, June 29th, Leesburg in
Ocala.
Tuesday, July 4th, 9:30 a. m., Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg in Leesburg; 4 p. Leesburg
in Ocala.
Thursday, July 13th, Leesburg in
Leesburg.

ARE YOU PARTICULAR
FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT GOOD PRINTINGIIS GOOD INVESTMENT

Specialists, says a headline, pro pronounce
nounce pronounce Lenin's ailments curable.
Unfortunately, these specialists are
medical, not economic. New York
Evening Post.

Master Ted Drake has been added
to the sick list in the family of Mr.

Echvard Drake. Mrs. Drake and Miss j
Frances are somewhat better today. I

WANTED Salesman, agents. Adver Advertise.
tise. Advertise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big

pay. experience not necessary, ihe
Candy Co., 723 Walnut St., Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pa. 6-23-6t

The friends of little Thomas Need- LOST In Holder building, watch,

A

ham, the bright son of Mr. and Mrs

William Needham, will be glad to hear
that he is up after a week's illness.

BUY A

AND BANK
YOUR SAVINGS

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

Barbara Lindner, the dainty little
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lind Lindner,
ner, Lindner, who has been very ill for the past
week, is somewhat better today.

Mr. Charles White, an Ocala boy
born and bred, but now living in
Plant City, has been in town this
week, visiting his friends, who wrere
glad to see him.

Daily Times-Union, Tampa Tribune,
Woman's Home Companion, Red
Book, American Magazine, Literary
Digest, Vogue at Phillips Drug Com Company.
pany. Company. 24-3t

Rev. and Mrs. W F. Creson and
family have returned from a pleasant
stay at North Lake Weir, where they
were guests for the past week of Mr.
and Mrs. George MacKay and family.

T

EP

ALE

UNITED S FATES 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
$21.40
22.45
28.05

ALL GUARANTEED TIRES NO WAR TAX

KIMBACK SERVICE STATION

Miss Thelma Smedley returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Winter Park, where she
has been attending the state Epworth
League convention. She also made a
short visit to friends in Orlando.

Mrs. Alison Wartmann and children,
who have been at Lake Weir with
Mrs. Milby Lloyd and family for the
past two weeks, are expected home
today. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd will re return
turn return to Ocala Monday.

Mr. L. A. Shepherd of Chicago is
expected in Ocala Sunday afternoon
for a short visit with the family of
Mr. Frank Hai'ris. Mr. Shepherd is
en route to South Florida for Swift &
Company. Ocala Banner.

Mrs. Kate Clements of Lake Weir is
comfortably located at the home of
Mrs. J. M. Thompson on Fort King,
where she will remain until the state
road department finishes that portion
of the Dixie Highway which goes
through her place.

Specials

for

Florida Loin and TBone Steak 25c
Florida Beef Roast 10c 12 l-2c 15c
Florida Rib Steak 22c
.Western Round Steak 30c
Pork Shoulder, by piece 23c
KA G Ii E MEAT MARKET

Phone 74' V- 122 Main Street

..A

Mrs. Frances Collier and Mr. Travis
Collier left in their car this morning
for Daytona Beach They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. C. L. Collins and
Mrs. Anna Tweedy. Mrs. Tweedy
will stop in DeLand, while the rest of
the party will enjoy the ocean breezes
until Wednesdav.

chain and silver pencil. Finder re return
turn return to Star and receive reward. 3t

New York's Police Commissioner
has gone to Europe to study crime
conditions. If he would stay right

at home he could study them at first
hand. New York Tribune.

Would you
send out a
poorly
dressed
representative?

Hood tire and rim, 36x

LOST One

4. Return to Buick garage and re receive
ceive receive reward. N. E. Lowe. 23-3t
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, Studebaker 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

FOR SALE All household and kitch kitchen
en kitchen 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. Horse is well bioken 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 y0-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

Fraternal Orders
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. Pedrick, C. O
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

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.

SPANISH WAR VETERANS

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

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adam?. Secretary.

V OODMEN OF THE WORLD

Star Ads atecBusiness Builders. Phone 51

Messrs. Percy Perkins, Ernest
Roberts, Joe Borden and Bob Fort are
home from a fishing trip to Salt
Springs. They report the fish biting
well and the mosquitoes quiescent. At
least fifty people were at the springs
when they left,, one family coming
from as far as Tallahassee.

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 housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; also auto shed. Apply to
Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 216 Tuseawilla
St. Phone 543. 19-6t

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Morrison of
St. Petersburg, twhp have been in
Ocala since the first, part of the week,
visiting Mr. Morrison's brother. Mr.
B. F. Morrison and family, left this
morning in their car for a several
weeks' trip to points in the north.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,

m Optometrist and Optician

Eyesight Specialist

114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala

"Rockefeller has $7 for every per person
son person in America." News Item. Try
and get it. Newspaper Enterprise
Association.

Members of the House of Lords
call themselves gentlemen, but they
wouldn't give Lady Rhonda a seat.
New York American.

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

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

Ocala Lodge No. 236, Benevolent
nd Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R-
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

Your business
stationery is
your business
representative.

. ARE YOU HARD
TO PLEASE?
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
business.
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
right.

CALL PHONE NUMBER FIVE-ONE AND LET US TALK IT OVER
STAR PUBLISHING CO.

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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

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Ocala

Chapter No. 29, O. E. S-,

meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Jalie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. SKsan Cook, Secretary.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

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Regular conventions of the Ocala i
Chapter No. 13, R. A. iL, on the fourth j W

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Locas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

We Are Offering
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
READY-TO-WEAR
INCLUDING
Coat Suits,
Silk Dresses,
Cotton Dresses,
W ash Skirts,
Wool Sport Skirts,
Fancy Silk Skirts,
Lepuat Wraps,
; Blouses
AT A VERY MUCH REDUCED PRICE
These Are All Exceptional Values

WEN AIM

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