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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 152
FOR WILSON DAM
Senate Concurs in House Amendment
For Appropriation for The
Washington, June 27. (Associated
Press). The Senate today concurred
in the House amendment to the army
bill authorizing an appropriation for
$7,500,000 for new work on Wilson
dam at Muscle Shoals, effective
Indications at the White House to today
day today were that the government would
soon be able to make an announce announcement
ment announcement in the coal strike situation and
that the step contemplated was a
move to bring the leaders of union
miners and representatives of the op operators
erators operators together for discussion of
KELLY BILL POSTPONED
The House postoffice committee to today
day today voted to postpone consideration
of the Kelly bill for reduction of sec second
ond second class postage rates until the De December
cember December session.
To Appear at the Curb Market This
Morning, but May be Here
In Force Friday
Ocala's curb market for the farm farmers
ers farmers was to have opened this morning.
The farmers did not appear, due prob probably
ably probably to not being acquainted with the
proposed market. More publicity will
be given it and an effort made to get
the market started Friday morning.
The space designated is on the
south side of Broadway between the
railroad and the Christian church, un under
der under the trees in front of the city hall.
This space will be kept clear for the
farmers between the hours of six and
eleven o'clock. Those who have been
accustomed to parking their cars in
this space are requested not to park
them there on Tuesdays and Fridays
in the forenoon.
No special regulations for the curb
market have been announced, except
that the sale of fresh meats will not
be permitted. The idea is to make as
few regulations as possible and these
only after the market has been given
a trial. It is expected, of course, that
ordinary care as to. sanitation will be
The success of the curb market will
depend in a large measure upon
whether the housewives of the city
patronize the farmers who bring in
their produce. Market baskets will be
the order of the day beginning Friday.
CAPT. S. BURKE BENNETT
Fort Worth, Texas., June 27. (By
the Associated Press). Captain S.
Burke Bennett, oil man, rancher and
owner of hundreds of acres of Texas
land, died at his home here early to today.
day. today. He had been in ill health more
than a year. Capt. Burnett was born
in Missouri in 1849. The famous oil
town of Burke-Burnett was named for
him and in addition his vast grazing
lands and his oil interests were im immense.
mense. immense. A. STUART BALDWIN
Windsor, Ontario, June 27. A.
Stuart Baldwin, sixty-one, of Chicago,
vice president of the Illinois Central
railroad, died suddenly of heart trou trouble
ble trouble while en route from New York to
Chicago on a Michigan Central train
last night. The crew reported his
death on the arrival of the train here.
A MOTHER IDENTIFIED
HER MURDERED SON
Herrin, June 27. (By Associated
Press). One of the sixteen unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified dead buried in potter's field Sun Sunday
day Sunday was claimed today. Mrs. Mabel
Jacobs of York, Pa., identified the un undertaker's
dertaker's undertaker's description of No. 16 as
that of her son, Lawrence Jacobs, a
steam shovel operator. The body was
disinterred this morning and taken to
UP TO ALEXANDER TO PROVE IT
Atlanta, June 27. Hooper Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, former federal attorney, will
be called before a federal grand jury
to prove his assertions in a statement
published today that bootleggers in
Atlanta are immune from prosecution,
L N. T. Jones, assistant federal pro prohibition
hibition prohibition director, said today.
I Took the First Game From Gaines
ville in Their Three-Days
The Wildcats are on a three-days
hunting trip in Gainesville and the
first day captured a nice game from
the Gainesville nine. Cats are sup supposed
posed supposed to have nine lives and Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats must have an equal number for
the Gainesville b?ys won yesterday's
game two times and yet the Wildcats
Jived and regained their strength so
well that in the eighth they came back
with two runs that won the game. The
eighth inning seems to be Ocala's
lucky frame. Time after time we have
won our games in the eighth frame.
Eed Ulrich did the slinging for the
Wildcats and Goodbread (brother to
Mike), tossed them over for the
Gainesville boys. Ulrich allowed seven
hits and Goodbread held the Wildcats
to five blows but errors by the Uni University
versity University City boys gave Ocala more
runs for her hits and gave the game
to the Wildcats.
The game started off with Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville in the lead. She made two runs
in the first inning and Ocala only
made one. In the fourth Gainesville
made another which gave her three to
Ocala's one. Things looked lonesome
for the Wildcats but in the fifth they
made two runs and tied the score. In
the seventh Gainesville made another
run and again seemed to have the
game going their way but the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats went wild in their eighth and
made two runs which gave them the
Taylor slapped out a two-bagger
that was good for three bases for a
two-legged man but Taylor is handi handicapped
capped handicapped at present by not having two
good legs and had to stop his hippity-
hop on second.
Some Gainesville batter whose
name was not known by the informer
captured one for three bases off of
Red but 3ed only grinned at him and
pitched just as hard and sure as ever.
AMENDMENTS TO BE
VOTED ON IN THE NEXT
Tallahassee, June 27. Florida citi citizens
zens citizens in the general election next No November
vember November will vote on four constitution constitutional
al constitutional amendments, submitted as a result
of action by the legislature last year.
One of the amendments provides for
the operation of special school tax dis districts,
tricts, districts, authorizing a tax levy up to ten
mills for school purposes in such dis districts.
tricts. districts. The second is a proposed amend amendment
ment amendment to Article V of the constitution
authorizing the legislature to provide
for the appointment of additional cir circuit
cuit circuit judges, where such appointments
are necessary to the speedy operation
of the courts.
The third amendment is to Section
3, Article XVI, providing for the
payment of salaries to state officials
monthly instead of quarterly.
' The fourth amendment is to Section
3, Article VII, and relates to reap reapportionment.
portionment. reapportionment. The proposed amend
The legislature shall meet A. D.
1923 and those that shall meet every
ten years thereafter shall apportion
the representation in the senate, the
whole number of senators not to ex
ceed 38 members; and at the same
time shall also apportion the repre representation
sentation representation in the house of representa
"The counties having lOU.UUU or
more population shall have four repre representatives
sentatives representatives each; the counties having
30,000 and not more than 100,000 pop population
ulation population shall have three representa representatives
tives representatives each; counties having 10,500 and
not more than 30,000 population shall
have two representatives each. All
counties having less than 10,500 pop population
ulation population shall have one representative
each. The basis of apportionment as
provided for in this amendment shall
be the federal census nexL preceding
the apportionment made by the legis legislature."
lature." legislature." A further provision is that the gov governor
ernor governor shall bv snecial messaere to each
i house at the appropriate session of the j
legislature, direct attention to this j
amendment, and if the legislature
should refuse or fail to apportion the
representation, it shall be the duty of
the governor to convene the legisla legislature
ture legislature in special session for the purpose
of making such apportionment.
IN WEST VIRGINIA
Grafton.-W- Ya., June 27 Two coal
TninA tinnlps te-prf dpsf roved with dv-
namite near here today. Officials said
they had received threats.
ITS Til DBREGDN
GOT INTO ACTION
Kidnaping of Bielaski Followed
Raid on an American Oil
Mexico City, June 27. (Associated
Press). Manuel Barcena, Mexican
lawyer, kidnapped with Bruce Bielaski
Sunday, has been released and news
is momentarily expected of Bielaski's
freedom. Late advices said Bielaski
was safe and negotiations with the
bandits are under way.
TWO-SCORE AMERICAN PRISON
ERS NEAR TAMPICO
Washington, June 27 Forty Amer American
ican American employes of the Cortez Oil Com Company
pany Company near Tampico and destructible
property valued at a quarter of a mil million
lion million dollars are being held by a rebel
general until ransom of 15,000 pesos
in gold has been paid, according to a
message to the state department from
the American consul at Tampico. The
state department has instructed the
American embassy at Mexico City to
urge the Mexican authorities to take
immediate action. The rebels are
holding the plant with 240 well armed
WILL BE IN CONFERENCE
Presidents and Secretaries Committee
Meets at Chamber of Commerce
The presidents and secretaries com committee
mittee committee meets tomorrow afternoon at
4 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce.
Regular meetings of the committee
are held in June, October and Janu-
ary- At tomorrow s meeting tne prin
cipal business will be a discussion of
programs and budgets that will be
adopted by organizations during the
next two or three months. Steps also
will be taken to have more of the or organizations
ganizations organizations in the county represented
on the committee.
The presidents and secretaries com committee
mittee committee was organized with a view to
avoiding duplication of effort and ex expenditure
penditure expenditure among the civic organiza organizations
tions organizations in the city and county. The
committee does not take up any work
itself, but merely compares programs
and budgets to avoid overlapping. It
is a clearing house of civic activity.
The comparing of programs will, of
course, lead to co-operation among the
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ON THE A. C.
The recently announced change of
schedule on the Atlantic Coast Line
applies to Ocala on two trains only.
One of these is No. 10, which leaves
Ocala at 6:15 a. m. and arrived in
Jacksonville at 11:30 a. m. The other,
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 4 p. m.
and arrives in Ocala at 9 p. m.
Boys get your bicycles is good
condition for the race.
Entry blanks at the following stores
Watch this paper for further adds
FOB TOE STRIKE
Among the Railway Men, As a Protest
Against Further Reduction
Of Their Wages
Chicago, June 27. (By Associated
Press). Railway union officials con continued
tinued continued their conferences today on the
threatened railroad strike. With in informal
formal informal statements by union leaders
indicating the referendum of shop
men, maintenance oi way employes
and clerks throughout the United
States discloses strong sentiment for
a strike as a protest against wage re reductions,
ductions, reductions, J. C. Smock, assistant to the
president of the maintenance of way
men, predicted the walk-out would be
called for July 15th. Others said con conferences
ferences conferences with railroad officials prob probably
ably probably would delay the call until Au August
gust August 1st.
OCALA GUN CLUB'S
Great Trap-Shooiing Contest Will Be
Staged in this City on The
Fourth of Julv
The Ocala Gun Club will stage a big
transhooting contest on the glorious
Fourth. Trapshooters from all over
the state will be here. There will be
200 targets not registered and the
added money totals $200. The shoot
ing will begin promptly at 9 o'clock
at the trap of the club. American
Trap Shooting Association rules will
prevail. Lunches and cold drinks will
be sold on the grounds. The Harring
ton Hall hotel win be headquarters.
Cars will be provided to take all visi visitors
tors visitors to the traps. Any guns, ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition and other equipment shipped to
the Marion Hardware Co. will be de
livered at the grounds for the shoot.
There will be ten -events of twenty
targets each. For the purpose of add
ing interest to the shoot each entrant
will be taxed $1 in addition to the reg regular
ular regular fee and the purposa thus created
will be distributed as follows: High
gun on 200 targets 25 per cent; long longest
est longest run on 200 targets 25 per cent;
lowest score on 20 Otargets 25 per
cent; next lowest score on 200 targets
25 per cent. No division, of money.
All ties, if' any, will be shot off.
The other big feature of Ocala's 4th
will be the baseball games with Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, one game to be played in Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg in the morning and another in
the afternoon in Ocala. It is expected
that many a car will travel the high highways
ways highways between this city and Leesburg
next Tuesday. The interest in the
contests between the two towns is al always
ways always keen.
THE ELDER MRS. LONGWORTH
Cincinnati, June 27. Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth, seventy-seven, mother of
Representative Longworth, died here
today of pneumonia.
(1IHE NEW KNIGHTS
Added to Membership of Leesburg
Lodge by Ocala Degree Team
Monday night an eventful meeting
was held by Ocala Lodge K. of P as
on that date a large delegation came
over from the Leesburg lodge, bring bringing
ing bringing with them nine esquires, who wore
the spurs of knighthood when they re
turned home. ...
The degree team was in full flower,
and never did its work better, being
inspired by having such a fine class to
work on. The candidates were D. Mc Mc-Cull,
Cull, Mc-Cull, F. Beaucham, G. Munden, P.
Hudson, J. A. Boyd, G. C. Fussell, H.
Carney, R. L. Stafford and W. H. Hul Hul-bert.
bert. Hul-bert. They were a fine-looking bunch,
and, as the ordeal was endured and
accolades bestowed, they stood in a
line before the chancellor command commander's
er's commander's dais, to receive the congratula congratulations
tions congratulations of their brother knights, it was
obvious that Pythianism in this terri territory
tory territory had made quite an acquisition.
With the candidates came the fol following
lowing following older knights from Leesburg:
F. E. Way, B. D. Harris, J. L. Hux, J.
F. Stunkle, C. E. Hawkins, D. E. Da Davidson,
vidson, Davidson, H. Kere, H. L. Wiley, H. L.
Hunt, H. R. Bunnell, A. F. Clark, E.
N. Folsom, E. S. McElyea, John Hul Hul-bert,
bert, Hul-bert, J. W. Fussell, C. J. Manley and
L. M. Johnson. Knight Johnson is an
officer of the grand lodge.
As soon as the work was over and
congratulations had been extended,
there entered one with a cheerful cry,
which being interpreted meant "eats."
Then all the knights, new and old,
sat them down, except a few who hon honored
ored honored themselves by serving their
brethren. These rapidly brought in
broad platters heaped full and high
with steaming purlo, salad, pickles
and bread., and tall flagons filled to
the brim with cold tea, and each
knight was bidden to eat, drink and
I be filled, and call for more if mayhap
The feast was excellent, and no
more enjoyable time has ever passed
in that ancient and honorable hall,
from which all dispersed happy and
hoping soon to meet again.-
Special thanks of all present are
due to the refreshment committee,
consisting of Knights W. W. Rilea,
G. H. Howell and J. C. Howell, of
which the latter was the chef, and if
anybody knows better how to make
purlo than Jim Howell he has not yet
been discovered in this broad domain.
ODD FELLOWS WILL HAVE
MUCH WORK THIS EVENING
All members of Tulula Lodge, I. O.
O. F., should be present at their hall
this evening at 8 o'clock, as there will
be much work to do. The principal
business of the evening will be to elect
officers to .serve for the next twelve
Following this will be work in the
first degree, administered by Tulula
Lodge to candidates brought by a del delegation
egation delegation from the Gainesville Lodge
for instruction by Tulula's noted de
gree team. In order to aid in this im impressive
pressive impressive lesson, it is necessary that as
many Ocala members as possible be
BAD RAILWAY WRECK
JUST OUTSIDE BERLIN
Berlin, June 27. (By Associated
Press). Twenty-six persons were
killed and a large number 'of others
injured, thirty seriously, in a railroad
wreck just outside of Berlin today.
' Cooking butter 20c. per pound in 5 5-pound
pound 5-pound lots or over at the Creamery. 2t
In spite or the fact that financia
experts are saying business is better.
it is. Akron Press.
Soft-coal prices have been fixt at
the mine; but will probably be over
hauled en route. Denver Press.
Supreme Court's classification of
boards as sporting goods reclassifies
sports. Wall Street JournaL
Special sale, Wednesday only, at the
FEDERAL BAKERY, 15c COFFEE
CAKE 10c It
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolen
end Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Laage rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 213 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R R-C.
C. R-C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Shot at Party of Non-Union Workers,
Killing One and W ounding
Bridgeport, O., June 27. (By the
Associated Press). One miner was
Killed and another wounded this morn
ing when they were fired upon from
tne hills while en route to work at the
suip mine of the Catherine Coal Com
pany at Umontown, near here. The
victims were in an automobile when
the shooting began. Six men were in
ttie car but four escaped without in
jury, ineir assanants escaped. Three
strip mines of the Catherine company
in this region have been operating
since the strike was called April 1st.
TEUTONS ARE NOT
Bloody Fight in Hamburg Over The
Berlin, June 27 One mn is report
ed to have been killed and ten others
wounded in disturbances which follow
ed a demonstration in Hamburg last
night over the assassination of Kathe
Herrin, 11L, June 27. Investigators
tor the state seeking to fix the respon
sibility for the rioting which cost at
least 21 lives at the Lester strip mine
last week said they learned from
Sheriff Melvin Thaxton that neither
he nor his deputies took any steps to
prevent the massacre.
When the shooting started last
Wednesday night, the sheriff told CoL
Samuel N. Hunter, Illinois National
Guard, and two other investigators,
he was advised by Delos Duty, state's
attorney of Williamson county, to stay
away from the scene for fear he
would get "bumped off."
Chicago, June 27. The verdict of
the coroner's jury in the Herrin slay-
ings brought little surprise to Arthur
Lytton, of BelL Lytton and Olson,
counsel for the Southern Illinois Coal
Operators, said in a statement at
tributing it to alleged dominance of
the country by the union miners' in
'However, it is a wonder how far
the human nerve can sway a jury," he
added. "No other sort of a decision
could be expected from Williamson
county. I learned on my trip to Mar Marion
ion Marion last week that county officials were
fairly bluffed and cowed and that
politically the miners' vote held the
county officials in its grip."
Chautauqua, N. Y., June 27. Mrs.
Thos. C. Winter, of Minneapolis, was
nominated for re-election as president
of the General Federation of Women's
Clubs at the convention here today.
Mrs. William Jennings of Jackson
ville, Fla, was nominated for first vice
president. Neither has opposition.
TWO ELECTIONS IS ONE
DAY FOR TAMPA
Tampa, June 27. The advantage of
holding two elections the same day oc occurred
curred occurred to the county commissioners
yesterday after they had set July 28
for repeating the $3,000,000 bond elec election
tion election declared invalid by the county at
torney ,and moved up the date to Aug.
1st when the voters also will pass on
the proposal to extend the city limits
WARNING TO THE IRISH
London, June 27-The Evening
News today says the British govern
ment sent a warning Saturday to the
Irish provisional government declaring
if the latter government's authority to
restore order was not exercised the
British government would have to
Apparently that ten months Euro European
pean European truce did not include Ireland.
New York Tribune.
We do not know what the flapper's
long suit ia, but it is plain it is not to
wear. New York American.
J Ocala street paving is coming along.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 27. 1922
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rabiiahcd Ever Da y Eictft .sr by .oil wells are drained, what then? And
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jthey do run dry, while farm lands,
properly treated, are an inexhaustible
source of wealth. Palm Beach Post.
Add to this that we have enough
liars in the state now without a horde
of eternally lost oil. stock liars.
DADE'S GALLANT DEAD
The monument to the memory of
the gallant band of soldiers under
Major, Dade, massacred by, the Indians
at the beginning, of the first Seminole
war, in what isnow Sumter county,
has been finished, and. the people of
the county -will, unveil Jt with appro appropriate,
priate, appropriate, ceremonies on July 4th.
There vwill be -ajsiqnic on the
grounds,, and a number of noted men
will makeipatriotiCijaddresses, among
them Governor Carey Hardee and
Judge q. BcParkhUl. ..
iThe festivities, will take place in the
Dade. .Massacre. Parkat. JBushnell, and
the people .are .anticipating one of the
largest gatherings that ever took
place in. Sumter.
This will jnake a pleasant drive for
Ocalans,.and. our. neighboring county
seat may,. expect a goodly number to
be with them on this occasion.
-Wouldn't- Herrin county, Ills., be in
a devil of a fix if that anti-lynching
law had passed Congress?
Regret is felt, says a dispatch from
Shanghai, that Chinese Christians are
split by -denominationalism. That is
right. Not enough of them to split.
-Well, the prohibitionists will hardly
sympathize with Chairman Lasker. in
his "trans-potation troubles!" Tampa
Oh, rotten, rotten.
v Illinois has no cause to ever again
point its finger at the South and con-
denn; lynching after what .has hap happened
pened happened at Herrin. Orlando Sentinel.
. She will point is again, all the same
Thursday, June 29th, Leesburg in
Tuesday, July 4th, 9:30 a. m., Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg in Leesburg; 4 p. m., Leesburg
Thursday, July iotn, Leesburfc in
Advertisers are always live wires.
TEXAS CALLS FOR
FLORIDA CITRUS TREES j
By the way, what's happened to
Col. House, :Woodrow's old crony?
Possibly; : he -is staying in the
houses Ocala -Star.
You mean House is Shut Up Perma
nently. Phil Armstrong in Times-
Let's hope so, anyhow. He didn't
accomplish anything while he was
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-Ushed
Ushed ub-Ushed as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTf or k 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 vm
4 :17 pm Jacksonville 3 :50 pm
z:ioam Lt. Petersburg 4:uo i..n
2:55 am NYork-St.' Petrsbre 1:35 am
:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 cm
:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbre 9:16 cm
:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am
nam Ucala-Jacksonville 7:00am
25 pm Ocala-Homosassa 6:20 cm
:10 am iOcala-Wilcox 11:59 am
7:25 am tOcala-Lakeland ll:5Can-
JMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SOLONS TOTE WATER
ON BOTH SHOULDERS
Whsn the sheriff of Herrin, 111., de declares
clares declares he doesn't need troops to quell
the riots, we have a suspicion that he
.. must. Jte,, in. sympathy with the riot-ers.-rTimes-Union.
He is afraid of them.
i : Commerce follows the flag around
the, world, but the constitution follows
the shipping board flag only to the
three-mile limit. Tampa Tribune.
Something tells us that something
is going to happen to that shipping
board flag before long.
What do we pay our troops for?
" To be the steel head of the spear
that has already been driven thru the
shields of Britain, Mexico, Spain and
Germany, and to stand ready, if nec necessary,
essary, necessary, to do more such work.
Something to worry about : A re report
port report from Germany says American
tourists; in Berlin 'are being wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully over-charged. Wauchula Advo Advocate.
An' American who goes to Berlin on
a pleasure trip these days deserves to
have to to come home in a barrel.
Fifteen hundred automobiles across
Clearwater Island bridge on July 4th.
- That's the goal set and it will likely
be reached. A prize of $10 gold is
offered by Manager Crothers, of the
beach pavilion, for the 1500th car.
-Won't that insure a great crush to toward
ward toward the last?
Well, anyway, when Thomas Edison
arrives at the pearly gates St. Peter
will ask him., a few pertinent ques questions.
tions. questions. Jacksonville Journal.
i, But Edison will probably ask for his
1 que&tionaire by wireless and answer it
the. same way, so he can go right on
up the golden j Main Street without
stopping at the gates.
: The Chicago Tribune can publish
all. .the anti-lynching :, editorials it
wants to now there is plenty of ma material
terial material at its doors. Jacksonville Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Nothing anywhere near so bad has
'.ever, happened in the South. And
nothing so bad will ever happen un un-,
, un-, less it is brought here from other
sections or other nations.
:, From time to Jime various state pa pa-..
.. pa-.. pers.jut forth the reasons advanced
.by geologists, and oil men to justify
: the., belief (that Florida is slated to
produce petroleum. They may be
right. Jiiven if they are this paper
.'.doeSi not look forward to corrobora
- tionof their theories with any en
thusiasm. Florida is doing quite well
right now. It is proceeding at a com-
fortable pace towards its destiny as a
j .great agricultural state. The pros prospect
pect prospect of .seeing farms and groves forc forced
ed forced to give way to the desolation and
-ugliness of yoil fields makes no appeal
to us whatsoever. Oil means some
For utter void in the way of
achievement, the, history of Congress
has no finer example than the soldier
The proposition to give the veterans
of the World War a bonus has been
discussed almost since the armistice,
The present Congress has theoretical
ly at least been giying ,the subject the
most earnest consideration since the
day it was organized. And the propo
sition has got nowhere.
Days, weeks and months have been
devoted to ther subject. A dozen diff different
erent different plans were suggested, consider-
ea, rejected. The .President s views
were sought, and obtained. It was
stated in fairly, clear language that
he would not approve a bonus bit
that did no carry, provision for rais raising
ing raising pie necessary funds,.
Despite this pronouncement, mem
bers of the Lower House of Congress
kept up a futile bombardment on the
White House, seeking, approval of the
most impossible schemes. This Con
gressman or that v was daily, announo
ing .that, this or that new bill would
receive the approval of the White
House. TJhe President remained si
lent. Finally, the House passed a bii
providing a bonus, and leaving the
problem of taxation to kind Provi
dence. ... I
. On the presentation of the meas
ure to the Senate, it was confidently
announced that the Senate Finance
Committee, would produce promptly a
workable bill which would merit the
President's approval. But the pro
cess was similar to .that in the House
previously. Now, after many weeks
and months, the committee has re
ported a measure similar to that pass
ed by the House There is absolutely
no assurance that the President will
give it favorable consideration Yet
the Senatosepect.. to pass it, and
then preen themselves before the sold
ier voters this autumn as statesmen
who gave their time and. thought and
sincere effort to "obtaining a bonus,
As the matter stands, unless the
President does, a complete reversal,
there will be no soldiers bonus this
year, at least. .Veterans who hear
Senators and Representatives mention
the bonus during the campaign
speeches this fall, should laugh them
out Of the meeting.
Similarly, any attempt to capital
ize politically the other side of the
question, should be accorded a simil
ar laugh. There, is a large element .of
the electorate opposed to any bonus
because of the burden of taxation it
will impose. Senators and Repre
sentatives ; seek the support of this
element on the theory-that they have
passed no bonus providing taxation.
There is little doubt that 99 per
cent ; of the veterans would like ;
have the matter settled, passed in
workable form, or rejected finally.
t There is little, doubt that 99 per cent
of the persons opposed to the bonus
would prefer to have it passed or re
But 99 per cent of the congressmen
seem quite, happy in a fatuous belief
that by passing the bonus unworkably,
they are pleasing 1 both friends and
foes of the bonus.
Gainesville, June 26. The freeze of
last winter cause great damage to j
much of the California citrus nursery i
stock, according to the. state plant
board, and as a result there is a great
demand from Texas for Florida citrus1
trees budded on sour stock. Calif or
nia heretofore, ; has shipped large
quantities of citrus stock to Texas. t
"If the Florida, producer treats the
Texas nurseryman properly, by send- I
ing only first class stock at fair prices,
the Texas trade c3n be held," says the
Texas maintains a rigid inspection
of imported stock and the Bulletin
urges that all shipments to Texas be
carefully examined. Texas authori authorities
ties authorities recently sent to the Florida nurs nursery
ery nursery inspector twigs removed from a
shipment of Florida grown stock. On
one specimen 411 scales were counted.
This specimen was less than five in inches
ches inches in length and was not the most
severely infested of the lot.
The board has assured the Texas
authorities that Florida nurseries vio
lating rules 4J, and 4K will be prose-1
cuted. Information will be filed
against the offending nursery .immed .immediately
iately .immediately upon receipt of evidence.
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1922 Biiick Four Touring, private use only:.. 1S650
1920 StudebakerSpecial Six Touring, in absolu absolu-.
. absolu-. tely first class condition, new cord tirts....$900
jPay half, down and balance in eight equal monthly payments on
any of the above cars. Will take your car in trade.
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Now is your chance to get a nice
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easy terms and especially planned for
Call phone 108 early and you convenience and home comforts. Call
won't have long to wait for your ; at 109 Dougherty -street and see this
meats and groceries for dinner. Main 'house. Ditto will show you and give
Flags of all sizes at
, Our r stock of fresh meats,' vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry' is always the lest
to be had. Reasonable prices and
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The successful merchandiser anticipates conditions and is prepared for them when
In the sale of their fruit, the co-operating Florida citrus growers operate along
sound merchandising lines. i- :
The over-supply of large sizes in the Florida grapefruit crop for the past season was
anticipated by these growers and their salea department was ready to meet the situa situation
tion situation when it became acute.
Twenty-five thousand of the "Buy Big Ones" eoler poster, shown-herewith in a very
small reproduction, were on hand andt quickly placed in retail stores throughout the
country, for the information and influence of customers.
Nearly a million color reproductions of a "forty-six" grapefruit, contaLaing direc directions
tions directions as to how to prepare for .eating, .were distributed -in the homes of cities where
demonstrations of Sealdsweet grapefruit had been arranged.
Other forms of secondary and specialty advertising were utilized to supplement the
magazine and newspaper campaigns, all the advertisements in which were illustrated so
as to be suggestive of the larger sizes in grapefruit, and much educational work was
done with the trade.
Hundreds of thousands of housewives demanded Sealdsweet grapefruit in large sizes,
and thousands of retail dealers specified ;them to fill the demand. Many retail stores co cooperated
operated cooperated by displays of large sizes similar to' that in the window, photograph of which
is reproduced herewith. Through a single one of many simflar outlets, more than one
hundred and fifty cars of "forty-sixes" and larger were sold at prices netting growers
satisfactory figures! ; ny-
In its advance work along this line,there is a typical example of the efficiency otlhe
growers' own organization. Other like problems, which may be expected to demand solu solution
tion solution in the future will be handled, in an equally aggressive manner, and for the sole
advantage and benefit of Florida growers.
Don't let your fruit meet that of your neighbors in competition
that crucifies both. Join the Florida Citrus Exchange and get the
high dollar for yourself while helping others to ; do likewise. .Con .Consult
sult .Consult the manager of the nearest association or sub-Exchange or write
the business manager at Tampa, Florida.
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, JUNE 27. 1922
SUPERIOR DINING SERVICE
We would never be satisfied with
rendering anything but superior din dining
ing dining service. There are too many res restaurants
taurants restaurants in business that are content
to merely satisfy. We endeavor to
serve you in sue ha manner that you
will anticipate every meal here. Our
menu is the talk of the town. Our
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
100 Sanitary. Aek the Hotel
Notice is hereby given that
Personal Taxes are now long
past due, and that I shall pro pro-ceedto
ceedto pro-ceedto collect same by levy, if
necessary, as required by law.
W. W, STRIPLING
Marion County, Florida
t t!X tMt? i IttVtl tittttttiifilil'
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HIGH GRADE PAINT g
Salt Springs Water
We always have on
hand a quantity of this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready for delivery in five
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
North Magnolia Street
QUICK LUNCHES AND
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COLD DRINKS AND
EXPORT ON DRAFT
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Rooms by the Day, Week or
Opposite Cracker Lunch Room
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 nuroosea with
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
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Bob Payne, the lawyer, could net
make up his mind whether his client.
Will Carruthers, was innocent or
guilty, and that was a position In
which he did not often find himself.
Either Qarruthers was one of the
coolest and most deliberate murderers
that had ever lived, or he was the
victim oi an extraordinary well-woven
Whether Wilton was Innocent or
guilty, Bob Payne meant to fight to
the last. He had taken a liking to
Carruthers, and he was resolved to
free him. That, of course, presumed
his own belief in his client's inno innocence.
cence. innocence. He found his client seated in his
cell, scribbling upon pieces of paper
covered with diagrams, just as he had
found him on the occasion of his pre previous
vious previous visit. Wilton rose and they
The lawyer sat dswn. "Let's go over
the facts together," he said. "There's
going to be a fight. You realize that?
Not that you won't win out. Of course
you wilt But when popular passions
are stirred--when a newspaper o.im o.im-palgn
palgn o.im-palgn has practically prejudged the
case, it's apt to be reflected In the
minds of the Jury. Tve thought of
asking for a change of venue. But
I'm frank, Carruthers the feelimr is
widespread, and Clayton Is the town
where your enemies have the least
Influence. I think well fight them
"Ill fight it out here," answered
Tour luck has been infernal. If it
could be proved that Bowyer hired
those men to kidnap Miss McDonald
and her, father though it wouldn't
help directly It would create a
prejudice In the minds of the jury.
We could bring that in as evidence.
It would discredit Bowyer. It would
force Jilnj Into the witness-box and
give us an opportunity. If those men
If Miss McDonald could go Into the
witness-box we could present some something
thing something of a case. But they're dead at
least those outlaws are dead and
their secret died with them."
"We can get Tonguay there."
"You don't consider that he may be
a star witness for the prosecution,
Carruthers? He's got his neck to save.
And, if your Implication of Phayre is
the correct one, you remember that
Phayre Is a director ot the Clayton
hospital, and donated a large sum of
money to It. Three weeks in a private
room there offer opportunities."
"You do believe that Phayre Is lm lm-plicatedT"
plicatedT" lm-plicatedT" cried Wilton.
T do, Carruthers. Ill be frank with
you. I didnt at first. But I'm con convinced
vinced convinced that either Phayre or Bowyer
was privy to Joe Bostock's murder. I
believe It was an accident, and that
they're playing on It to get you con convicted.
victed. convicted. That's what we can prove against
them, .and It amounts to nothing. Now
what can they prove against us? You
were Joe Bostock's friend. You knew
all his affairs. You were his executor.
For some reason or other Joe Bostock
raised a loan of a large sum on five
hundred Missatibl shares probably
to cover some other Investment, and
knowing that he could meet it when
the time came. There's nothing ab abnormal
normal abnormal or unusual about that.
"The money disappeared. Checks ag aggregating
gregating aggregating four hundred thousand dol dollars
lars dollars signed by Joe Bostock and
made out in your favor are found In
your safe. It is claimed that you pre presented
sented presented them ; that they passed through
the bank In the normal way, and that
they went back to you at the time you
signed the monthly statement as his
"You are presumed to have cashed
those checks. Two days later you
went Into the bush with Mr. Bostock
He died at your side. Do you see th
implication, as a juryman would set
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DR. K. J. WEIHE,
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?.See .j Evesiirht Soecialist
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala
"And you believe I forged those
"I do not," said Payne emphatically.
"But 1 11 be frank I couldn't see
Then It was Phayre."
"Phayre or Clark. Clark has a first first-rate
rate first-rate record. He was twelve years with
the Reglna branch of the Western Na National.
tional. National. We haven't been able to trace
anything to his discredit. Still, there's
not the least doubt Phayre and Bow Bowyer
yer Bowyer fixed up this scheme to get con control
trol control of the Missatibl and ruin you, at
he best. Joe Bostock's death fitted in
only too well with their purposes. But
how those checks got into your safe,
"Chambers placed them there, of
course. I went over the papers Im Immediately
mediately Immediately I discovered that the safe
was open, but the checks were the last
thing I should have thought of look looking
ing looking at. I thought they were after the
blue-prints of the townships."
"Then Chambers must also have ab abstracted
stracted abstracted the checks showing how Joe
Bostock expended that five hundred
thousand, and left those in their place.
It's a diabolical contrivance, and I'm
afraid we can't hope to make much
impression with such a story on a
jury, Carruthers. Are you positive
you closed the safe?"
"I am absolutely sure, because I al always
ways always tried it after closing, and made
sure that the combination was not
"It couldn't be opened without the
"Impossible. Of course, I'm not say saying
ing saying what mightn't be done by a master
"But Chambers wasn't a burglar. He
was an engineer, and always had been.
He was a skilled one, too. He could
do better by his profession than by
burglary. That's the heaviest item in
the prosecution's bill, Carruthers. It
establishes a strong motive. That's
what I mean when I say that we're on
the defensive. The thing we have to
do Is to clear up this forgery situa situation."
tion." situation." He hesitated. "Carruthers, Til be
frank with you," he said. "There's an another
other another motive almost as strong. It's
Mrs. Bostock. She went to live at Big
Muskeg in an isolated cottage near
Four own right after her husband's
death. A damning tiling in the eyes
af men of the world, as all jurymen
pride themselves on being.
"She was like a sister to me for
Joe's sake," said Wilton.
"Which is the last the very last
suggestion that I would put before a
Jury," answered Payne.
Wilton had another visitor that day.
It was Jim Betts, who had somehow
obtained a permit to see him, and ap appeared
peared appeared outside the bars, accompanied
by the warden.
"Will," he said huskily, "we're go going
ing going to get yon out of here. I told you
"Will, We're Going to Get You Out of
them two snakes would be found at
the bottom of the brushwood. I
believe in ye, boy! That aint much,
maybe, but I want ye to know It."
Wilton was deeply moved. "Thank
you, Jim," he said warmly.
"And listen, boy Ye remember how
ye came to me about meeting that note"
when It falls due? I told ye I eouldn'C;
help ye. WelL boy, I was lying, I was,
trying ye, Will, and ye've made good $
and I want to say" the old man's
voice almost failed him T want to
say the money's yours to meet that
note when It falls due, and I I want
ye to know this when ye're In trouble,
and not when ye're out of it and all
the world's slapping ye on the back
and cheering ye, and and d n It,
I'm going to get ye out of here a free
man, or my name ain't Betts I"
When Wilton was arrested Kitty had
been stunned by the news. She had
made frantic attempts te see him, but
Kitty knew on what the charge was
built, and the consciousness that Wil Wilton's
ton's Wilton's freedom could only be purchased
by her confession caused her an
agony of shame and fear. Yet she
would have purchased Wilton's free freedom
dom freedom even at the cost of that humilia humiliation,
tion, humiliation, had she not known that she must
Inevitably lose him. Instinctively she
realized that treachery was the one
sin that he would never condone
At last, when she could bear it no
longer, she resolved to go to see Bow Bowyer.
yer. Bowyer. She left secretly, at an early hour
one morning, and reached Cold Junc Junction
tion Junction a little before noon.
At the same hour Bowyer was
seated in the office of his house there.
Facing him across the desk was Clark,
the manager of the Bank of New
North Manitoba at Clayton.
Tm not going te take you up on
your preposterous story," Bowyer
stormed. "I won't answer it. Nor will
I deny it. You won't get yes" or no
out of me. Let's say you've rendered
special and confidential services to the
bank this past year and you want a
bonus. How'll that do?"
"Call It what you llke," said Clark.
But get me straight, Mr. Bowyer. I
didn't tackle that job to be fobbed off
with a paltry two hundred dollars. I
know what It was worth to you and
I want a proper price for it. I'm not
bargaining. I'm going to bleed you
just what you're willing to stand. One
hundred and fifty thousand dollars In
bonds, which Til specify, and fifty
thousand in cash."
Bowyer went white. Clark had
gauged his limit exactly. The two men
eyed each other in silence for a few
seconds. Then Bowyer capitulated.
"Your talents are wasted here," he
said. "I'll take you up on that, and
I'll be able to employ you to better
advantage after the first of the year.
You're not afraid of a check?"
"Not In the least," said Clark.
He took the check and sauntered
out of the house. When he was gone
Bowyer gave way to one of his mad
rages. He called up Phayre and
damned him. He stamped up and down
the office; and in the middle of It his
man announced Kitty.
When she came in he was smiling
and admirably under controL "WelL
Mrs. Bostock, I guess this isn't social,"
be said. "Last time we parted you
were quite vexed with me."
y Kitty put her hands to her eyes and
broke down. "I can't bear It," she
sobbed. "It's too awful! I've been 111
for days, and I had to come to you.
It's Wilton and Molly. If you had any
hand In that poor child's death, may
God forgive you, Tom Bowyer 1"
"Make yourself easy," he said sul sullenly.
lenly. sullenly. "I hadn't any hand in It. I don't
know, what happened, but I guess she
didn't go to. the camp against her will,
Mrs. 'Bostock," he leered. "Maybe
she'd taken a fancy to Lee Chambers.
I saw something of that sort In the
wind, and so I hadn't started to carry
out our plan."
"Our plan!" gasped Kitty.
"The one that we agreed on, to keep
her away from Will Carruthers," said
He expected an outburst, but Kitty
was beyond that now. "You know that
I've come about Will," she said in u
choking voice. "I don't know what to
(id. Nobody but you can help me
What shall I do?"
Bowyer pretended to reflect. "I don"'
quite see what I can do, Mrs. Bos Bostock,"
tock," Bostock," he answered. "I don't believe
"Of course, he isn't guilty !"
"I've always said he isn't. But he'll
have to take his verdict from the Jury.
What is there we can do?"
Kitty looked at him in consterna consternation.
tion. consternation. "The safe!" she gasped. "That's
"But that has nothing to do with
.Top's dopth. Mrs linstock."
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PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Marocala Creamery Butter .. .... 40c
Uneedas,3 for 20
Jello, 12c 3 for 33c
Corn Flakes and Post Toasties, 3 for 25c
Quaker Oats 12c, 3 for. 33C
Octagon Soap, 3 for 20c
Star Soap, 7 for. 25 C
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Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery Butter JDaily
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.
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LONG DISTANCE MOVING
People who wonder who will win
in the coal strike won't wonder any
longer when they price coal next
fall. Chicago Journal.
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
At Your Home
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1922
New Showing of Models That Won Favor
at the Convention
Mr. B. F. Meadows announces the
engagement of his daughter, Julia Re Rebecca,
becca, Rebecca, of Vidalia, Ga., to Mr. Eric
John Collier, of Ocala, Fla., the mar-
alL Mrs. J. M. Gross of Lakeland,
i -nrsident nf this orraniM.tiYri hnt
jon account of illness is unable to fill
T, ii. these engagements which Mrs. Jen-
If you have any local or society.. .
items for the Star, call five-one. I T .
to be solemnized at an early
tdate. No cards. Atlanta Journal.
. i The above announcement will be of I the past week.
Four Red Hot models just ctt tittn Avenue, inai are uur jiavancea interest to the Ocala friends of both
Models: from the Red Cross Shoe Company
Mrs. C. R. Tydings returned today -Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
from Lake Weir, where she has spent I
Mr. and Mrs. James Kershaw left
parties. Miss Meadows made Ocala
her home the latter part of the past
winter, coming here as head milliner i
for Miss Rena Smith in the Style Hat
Small flags and large flags, cotton
and silk flags, at THE BOOK SHOP.
early this morning for their home in
Cocoa. Mrs. Kershaw has been the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W, Crosby, for some time and had in-
P. Burhman I tended leaving before but on account
i Shop and where by her pleasant man- motored to Belleview last night and j of the illness of her mother postponed
Rev. and Mrs. W.
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An entirely new model in white de- j A styiish model with a very promi promi-signed
signed promi-signed for the woman who wants the j nent GRECIAN influence in the in in-last
last in-last word in ladies' footwear. j step and toe. Made of best white kid
" i obtainable, also white kid lined from
jtoe to heel, two straps to button.
ner she made a circle of friends who J Rev. Burhman conducted religious
j will be delighted to hear that she will services
! soon return to Ocala to live. Miss
' Meadows was also prominent in church
circles, being an ardent worker in the
Mr. Eric Collier, the eldest son of
Mrs. Frances Collier, is the senior
member of the prosperous firm of
Collier Bros., who own and operate
the White Star Line Transfer and
Storage Company, which business was
started bv them a number of years
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
Mrs. Harry Borland and son Jim,
returned yesterday from a short stay
in Jacksonville. They enjoyed Sunday
In three decidedly different mate materials,
rials, materials, but in the same Cleopatra model.
Quite Egyptian in model, but toned
at Fahln Beach, where thev were
! ago when they came to Ocala to make guests of Mr. Borland's aunt.
their home. Mr. Collier is one of the
Special sale, Wednesday only, at the
FEDERAL BAKERY, 15c. COFFEE
CAKE 10c. It
her departure. t Mr. Kershaw joined
his wife here about a week ago. Mrs.
Crosby who has been sick for the past
month is much better and it is hoped
that she will soon be entirely well
A French model shoe with an Amer-
fancy. The materials are BLACK ican accent on the toe and heel but
PATENT LEATHER, BLACK Satin i cut in an entirely French fashion. The
of SKINNER'S SHOE SATIN. I material is of black brocaded satin
WHITE BLUMENTHAL'S KID with j quarters, with a plain SKINNER'S i BAKERY.
; l : J-l
I promising young uusmess men ui me
city and by his sterling qualities and
business acumen has won the respect
of his fellow citizens. The best of
wishes of their friends are extended
to Mr. Collier and Miss Meadows.
We understand that the wedding
will be in the near future. After a
wedding trip the couple will return to
Ocala to make their home.
The Young People's Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist church will
meet at the home of Mrs. Edward
Tucker on Fort King at 8 o'clock
Tuesday night. All members are urg urged
ed urged to attend.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Mrs. Clarence Tucker, who has
been spending a few months with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, ex
pects to leave Ocala about the third
of July for her home in Mayaguez,
Porto Rico. She will be accompanied
by her sister, Miss Violet Jones, who
will spend the winter with her and
attend school there. Mrs. Tucker
as miss Helen Jones was one oi
Ocala's most popular young ladies
and her friends have been enjoying
her visit after a two years' absence.
KID LINING to the end of the toe. SHOE SATIN vamp and toe
These Models are the ones which won the most admiration from j
the most cyiical critics at both the St. Louis Style Show and the j
Southern Retail Shoe Convention at Jacksonville. j
THESE MODELS ARE LA TE ARRIVALS. SELECT YOURS WHILE I
YOUR STYLE LASTS
ALL SIZES AND MODELS, AAs to Es
GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE COMPANY
Wednesday only, special sale of 15c
Coffee Cake for 10c at the FEDERAL
Albert's Plant Food for flower ; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
"Bends with your foot
Agents for the
IUVFI AxQIFlTTI Danko, one mile from Berry Car-
uiiLrtoou ilj ter,s place on the Dunnellon road
ADVERTISEftlENTS or v- Mrasek Qcala- 2-6t
(RATES under this heading are as 0AT SEED F0R SALE-500 bushels
follows: Maximum of six lines one time genuine old Florida 90-day oat seed.
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one tu i
month $3.00. .All accounts payable la lne only sure croP oat for this Sec-
nivan- except to those who have reg- tion. Ten bushel lots, $2 per bushel,
ular advertising accounts. XT J,
Newcomb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor-
IIOUSE WANTED I want to rent a ida. 6-18-lm
house as close in town as possible.
Phone 373 or address P. O. Box F0R HIRE Buick six. For quick and
116, Ocala. 26-3t satisfactory service call phone 231,
or 434. CORDREY BROS. 22-tf
FOR SALE Remnar of household
goods. Must be closed out at once. FOR SALE A few fresh Jersey cows
Small rugs, draperies, sewing ma- with calves, also one fine Jersey
chine, small tables, some silverware, bull. Joe. Breman. 21-6t
beds, china, cut glass, etc., also pot- pnp catt aTTT TT a i v
ted plants. Call at 222 E. Wash- F0R SALEtA11 household and kitch-
ingston street. 26-3t en g.ods' incIudinS ina, cut glass,
curtains, rugs and potted plants.
FOR SALE Milk cow. Gives large Bargain if sold at once. Call at No.
quantity of milk daily. Apply to J. 222 E. Washington St. 20-6t
Chas. Smith. 9th St.. nhone 491. 3t :
FOR RENT Store room in the Ocala
House block facing courthouse. See
L. R. Bracken. 26-6t
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
FOR SALE One "E. M." wood range,
practically new. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply 304 S. Osceola St.,
corner 2nd St. A. L. Perry. 24-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished house,
close in. All conveniences. Rent
reasonable. Phone 40 or see D. R.
Connor at Masters store. 24-6t
WANTED Salesman, agents. Adver Advertise.
tise. Advertise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big
pay. Experience not necessary. The
Candy Co., 723 Walnut St., Philadel
phia, Pa. 6-23-6t
LOST-- In Holder building, watch,
chain and silver pencil. Finder re
turn to Star and receive reward. 3t
store to tell the Star's more than
three thousand readers 312 days in
the year why they should trade in
Ocala. Phone 51. 13-6t
DON'T BE A SPONGER If vour
subscription to the Star is past due,
pay up. Don't try to see how long
you can "get by" and then swell up
with indignation because you've
been dunned by the collector. If
you don't want to mail it, just phone ;
51 and we'll send up for it. Try j
this method and youll have a clear I
conscience and sleep well.
Most housewives prb-
claim that the baking
U powder question was
solved for them the
moment they used the
first spoonful of Calumet After
that no doubt remained no hop hopingno
ingno hopingno searching for a perfect
leavener no wondering if bak bakings
ings bakings would "turn out all right."
has solved the question because
in all these thirty years it has
never failed to produce whole wholesome
some wholesome and appetizing foods at an
economical cost. It is as pure
and sure as any baking powder
Calumet is more economical
than other brands selling for
less because its quality is the
highest no losses from spoiled bakings.
Use Calumet once that's
enough to prove to you that it's
"best by test"
A pound can of Calumet contains full
1 6 oz. Some baking powder come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
STOVE REPAIRING I am prepared I
to repair all makes of gas, oil or
wood stoves on short notice, and
make a specialty of relining. Phone j
146. J. G. Meadows. 27-12t
FOUND At Silver Springs last Fri Friday,
day, Friday, boy's cap. Owner may have
same by describing cap and paying
for this ad. 27-3t
LOST One Hood tire and' rim, 36x
4. Return to Buick garage and re
ceive reward. N. E. Lowe. 23-3t
DRESSMAKING All kinds of fancy
and plain dressmaking done. Mrs.
Sue Connell, over Eagle Grocery
FOR SALE One horse, wagon and
harness. Horse is well broken for
farm or other purposes. A bargain
to quick buyer. Apply to Richard
The Clarkson Hardware Company
will hold its annual stockholders meet meeting
ing meeting at its office July 4th at 2 p. m.
26-2t-mon F. E. Wetherbee, Sec'y.
W. K. Lane, 3!. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Orala. Fla. tf
Wednesday only, special sale of 15c
Coffee Cake for 10c at the FEDERAL
GIRLS! KEEP YOUR SKIN
CLEAR Ai FRESH
No matter how well you dress, how
attractive. your personality, or how tal talented
ented talented you may be one little pimple or
blackhead can rob you of all your
charm. For nothing is more offensive
to the masculine eye than skin erup eruptions
tions eruptions in a woman. Thousands now real realize
ize realize that the quickest way to banish hu
miliating skin defects is through Iron Iron-ized
ized Iron-ized Yeast. These wonderfully effective
tablets supply your system with certain
vital elements now lacking in your food
the very element needed to keep your
skin clear and fresh. Simply take two
tablets with each meal. Before you
know it you have a clear, fresh, youth youthful
ful youthful complexion free from even the
slightest defect. You won't believe what
a wonderful change Ironized Yeast can
bring in your appearance until you try
it. Get it today. To try it entirely free,
mail postcard for Famous 3 Day Test.
Address Ironized Yeast Co., Dept 84,
Atlanta. Ga. Ironized Yeast, is recom recommended
mended recommended and guaranteed by all good
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pillans and two
daughters went to Daytona Beach for
the day and will probably return to tonight.
night. tonight. They went to get a cottage,
and expect to enjoy the summer at
A nice, thoroughly modern bunga bunga-ow
ow bunga-ow home for somebody is being built
by the Citizens Investment Co. on a
lot on Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Calr and see it. Phone
285 for particulars. 22-tf
Wednesday only, special sale of 15c
Coffee Cake for 10c at the FEDERAL
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
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Mrs. I. C. Jen
kins, Mrs. C. W. White, Mrs. J. H,
Therrell and Miss Ernestine Brooks
left this morning to spend the day in
Inverness, where the district mission
ary society will meet and where Mrs
Jenkins will conduct the meeting.
Your home will have separate light
switch in every room and is arranged
especially to accommodate your fur
niture. 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
Drinking oneself to death used to be
la prolonged ana painiui unaenaKing
Bootlegging has put speed and effic
iency into the process.
Enjoy the luxury of wonderful days
and nights at sea, and use the Mer
chants and Miners steamers from
Jacksonville for the north. It
Rev. R. F. Brennan, pastor of the
Catholic church, has returned from a
visit to Jacksonville.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Our plant is equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
We employ none but expert
workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us dean up and overhaul
your car. You'll be surprised at
the low cost of service in our
Cord 10,000 mile guarantee.
Fabric 6,000 mile guarantee.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than muj other
contractor in the city.
Messrs. McLeod & Waters, the new
Studebaker representatives in Ocala,
have just deliverd a new special Stude
baker six touring car to Mr. B. A.
Daughtry at Homosassa.
Cooking butter 20c. per pound in 5-
pound lots or over at the Creamery. 2t
Mr. Reynolds Crooks of Spartan
burg, S. C, well known in Ocala, is
spending a few days in town transact transacting
ing transacting business.
Some wise guy has said that a mule
can't kick while he's pulling, which re
minds us that a lot of people in this
here town are not doing much pulling.
where they will join Mr. Maynard and
make their future home. Mr. and
Mrs. Maynard and family have made
Ocala their home for many years and
it is with regret that Ocala will lose
this estimable family. Mr. Edward
Maynard, who is connected with the
Ocala electric light plant, will remain
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
Flags for July 4th at THE BOOK
Mrs. G. G. Maynard and her young younger
er younger son George, will leave early tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning for Woodstock, Vt.,
We have been trying to find but"
ever since 9:30 Sunday night where
the lightning struck when that tre tremendous
mendous tremendous clap of thunder came about
that time, but without success. The
crash was so short and violent that it
sounded more like an explosion of dy dynamite
namite dynamite than thunder.
Some new Vanities at THE BOOS
'Cooking butter 20c. per pound in 5 5-pound
pound 5-pound lots or over at the Creamery. 2t
Advertisers are always live wires.
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'"m"' m" sm. fV"- J?'. Ov .Oi
Mr. J. D. Wilkes and family, who
have been living on Henry street, have
recently moved to North Sanchez
street into the cottage owned by Mrs.
R. L. Long of Gainesvile, and which
has been recently purchased by Mr.
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
Don't forget to notify Miss Mary
Burford if you have any home made
delicacies that you wish to give to
the American Legion Auxiliary to go
in the box that is being packed for
shipment to the government hospital
at Lake City. The box will be ship shipped
ped shipped Wednesday, so if you have any
contribution of preserves, jellies and
pickles, notify Miss Burford at once,
and the things will be called for.
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
and have any changes you would like
made before it is too late. Let me
show you the many attractive features
here. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf
Special sale, Wednesday only, at the
FEDERAL BAKERY, 15c. COFFEE
CAKE 10c. It
Mrs. I. C. Jenkins of Gaineseville,
state corresponding secretary of the
Methodist Missionary Society, arrived
in Ocala yesterday afternoon and held
a very interesting meeting at the
church. All of the circles of the Ocala
missionary society met at the church,
each holding a short business meeting,
after which a eeneral meeting was
held at which Mrs! Jenkins gave an
interesting talk. She is a woman with
a charming personality and well post-.
ed in her work and the address which"
she gave was thoroughly enjoyed byg
We Are Ottering
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Wool Sport Skirts,
Fancy Silk Skirts,
ATA VERY MUCH REDUCED PRICE
These Are All Exceptional Values
RHENAUER & CO
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