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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA

EVENING

AR

WEATHER FORECAST (Partly cloudy tonight; Thursday local thundershowers.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 70; this afternoon, 83.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:30; Sets, 7:30
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28. 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 153

OUTLINED PLAN OF

III
Instructive Address by Mr. Paul Trout
Tuesday to the Oca la
Rotary Club
Mr.-Paul Trout, of the Babson Sta Statistical
tistical Statistical Organization, Wellesley Hills,
Mass., in an address before the regu regular
lar regular weekly luncheon of the Ocala Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club, Tuesday, gave a most in interesting
teresting interesting outline of the plans for the
Babson Institute. Mr. Trout describ described
ed described the institute as a "wonderful
dream" which Mr. Roger W. Babson
has had for making business more ef efficient
ficient efficient and less uncertain. The dream
is being made a reality through the
large endowment fund which the insti institute
tute institute has had provided for it by a num number
ber number of the big men and business or organizations
ganizations organizations of the country. The in institute,
stitute, institute, located at Wellesley Hills, is
to be a clearing house for statistics.
It will be a statistical center, located
as it is in the industrial center of the
United States and easily accessible to
the great cities of Europe. The va various
rious various services which the institute will
have to offer will be free to all.
The work of the Babson Institute
2
according to Mr. Trout, will have fou
general divisions: educational, confer conference,
ence, conference, research and production and dis distribution.
tribution. distribution. In the educational group
students will be given a short, con
densed, fundamental business course,
based on economics, finance, psychol
ogy and personal efficiency. The busi business
ness business course is practical. The students
are "farmed out" for short periods
with some of the largest business or
manufacturing concerns in the coun country.
try. country. Mr. Trout himself spent some
time in the offices of the vice presi presidents
dents presidents of the General Electric Co. and
the Walkover Shoe Co. The confer conference
ence conference group in the plan of the institute
provides for a getting together of the
leaders of industries and employers of
labor. The research group provides
for those who desire to spend from
three months to a year in research
work in some particular phase of industry-
Instead of having to visit
many cities, for example, to study a
particular industry, an executive can
obtain the information he wants at the
institute. It will make the institute a
clearing house for trade associations,
so that one association can become ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the machinery and
methods of another. The production
and distribution group will provide
for an exchange of statistics and
methods which otherwise could not be
had except at considerable expense,
and only by visits to many parts of
the country.
To carry out the idea of building a
great statistical center at Wellesley
Hills, Mr. Babson has purchased
ground at a cost of $2,000,000. A
wonderful group of buildings has been
planned. A great auditorium Is" to be
built, a museum, art gallery and guest
house in connection with it. It is
planned as the most complete confer conference
ence conference hall in the United States. The
various associations of the country
will be invited to hold their annual
conventions in this hall, for which
there will be no charge. The larger
trade associations will have their own
buildings and headquarters on the
grounds of the institute. Dormitories
will be provided which will be rent
free except for a nominal charge for
heat, light, janitor service and a small
overhead charge. The plans call for
a group of forty-eight state buildings,
wherein each state will have a perma
nent exhibit, and where information
concerning the states can be obtained
without the expense of a visit to them,
In the center of this group the fed federal
eral federal government will have a building
for the use of government statistic
lans. mere win be a gymnasium
open air theater, summer cottages, a
golf course and other attractions. In
one building there will be an immense
map of the United States, its propor proportions
tions proportions several hundred feet in extent,
and done to scale with topographical
detail. An electrical arrangement has
been worked out by means of which
the location of important industries,
the extent of crop plantings, mining
areas, labor distribution and other sta
tistics can be shown in a very graphic graphical
al graphical manner. Mr. Trout mentioned that
it would be possible to follow the de development
velopment development of the cotton crop, the ex extent
tent extent of the crop being shown on the
large map by means of an electric
lighting system.
Mr. Trout is in Ocala visiting his
parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Trout.
Mr. J. P. Denham Jr. development
agent of the Seaboard Air Line, was

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HEAVY SHOOTING:

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Irish Provisional Government Putting
Down Rebellion With Great Ex Expenditure
penditure Expenditure of Ammunition
Hiihlin Jimp 28 fRv Associated
press) The Irish provisional govern-
mpnt tnnk fnrrful action todav
aerainst insurgents of the Irish repub-
lican army, investing the four courts
building where the insurgents were
entrenched and opening a hot attack
when the demand for surrender was
ignored.
The fighting, which opened shortly
after four, o'clock this morning, was
still in progress late this forenoon, the
crac kof rifles and rattle of machine
guns resounding over Dublin above
the noise of the city's traffic, which is
being: carried on as usual. Fowler
hall and Parnell square, which are oo
cupied by the irregulars, also were at
tacked by Irish government troops.
The number of casualties on either
side is not known definitely but four fourteen
teen fourteen were reported up to mid-fore
noon. Three irregulars were carried
out of the four courts building by a
rear exit. Thousands of shots had
been fired.
GAVE UP FOWLER HALL
Dublin, June 28. Irregular Irish
troops defending Fowler hall evacuat
ed that position this morning. They
proceeded to a large hotel, where they
began erecting defenses. A rumor
that Rory O'Connor, the republican
insurgent commander, has been
wounded, is in circulation.
GOVERNMENT HAS BIG GUNS
About 700 men are engaged on the
government side and the rattle of
rifle and machine gun fire is punctuat
ed by the explosion of bombs and the
occasional booming of artillery. The
government forces are using two 18 18-pounder
pounder 18-pounder field pieces against the four
courts building, firing high explosive
shells with delayed action fuses. By
11:30 a breach had been made in one
wall of the building."
SPECIAL MEETING OF
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
There will be a special meeting of
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., tomorrow
(Thursday) evening, at 7:30. By
order A. L. Lucas, H. P.
ODD FELLOWS ELECTION
At the meeting of Tuiuia Lodge
Tuesday night, the following officers
. i v I
were elected: lobIe lirand, Joseph
Malever; vice grand, Frank Churchill;
secretary, W. L. Colbert. These offi-
cers and the appointees of the noble
grand will be installed next Tuesday
night.
The party from Gainesville, owing
to sickness of an official, did not ar-
rive. This left it up to twenty-five I
men to eat ice cream and cake pro-
vided for forty. When the Star mem-
ber of the lodge, after, filling himself
up to the neck, left, the other twenty-
four were struggling nobly with their
task.
A DEED FROM YALE
A deed from Yale University, a link
in the chain of titles of a piece of land
near Citra, is being recorded at the
courthouse. Crosby & Wartmann are
the owners for which the record is
being made, and Virginia H. Custis
was the party who received the deed
from the university.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants.
Pharmacy.
Try it.
Sold at the Court
18-tf
Tonight at Mount Zion A. M. E.
hurch at 8:30 o'clock there will be
held the opening meeting of the an-
nual convention of the State Federa-
tion of Colored Women's Clubs of
which Mary McCall Bethune, matron
of the industrial school at Daytona,
is president. The morning and after
noon meetings will be held at Mount
Moriah church. All friends are invit invited
ed invited to come an denjoy the programs.
Our stock of fresh meats, vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry is always the best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
prompt delivery. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 2-tf
a guest of Rotarian Louis H. Chazal.
Next Tuesday being the 4th of
July there will be no Rotary luncheon.
A luncheon will be held on Wednesday
instead.

HOW IT HAPPENED

Gainesville Boys Took the Second
Game With the Close Score
Of Six to Five
After a 12-inning battle that was
any man s ball game until tne winning
run crossed the plate in the last of
the twelfth, the Gainesville nine sue
eeeded in winning the second game t
a three-game series irom the ucaia
Wildcats by the score of six to five.
ike game was exciting because of the
fact that first one team and then the
other thought that the game belong
ed to them, but on the other hand
loose playing, frequent errors and
bum plays on the part of both teams
lmr.de the game somewhat punk. Whit-
hey placed several jewels in his crown
in the seventh inning when he led off
for Ocala with a home run and then
when Ocala was playing the field in
the last half of the same inning he
saved at least two runs by an almost
superhuman catch of a line drive to
right. Lindsey and Chancey each
captured two-baggers to help swell
their batting averages.
"Pfeiffer pitched for the Gainesville
lads and got better as the game
Wildcats to six hits in the twelve in innings
nings innings and struck out ten men.
Taylor was in poor form but was
forced to pitch for the Wildcats be
cause of the shortness of pitchers and
the many games we have to play this
week. Ocala needs two more good
pitchers. Taylor was unable to con
trol the ball and allowed the Gaines
ville nine to get 13 hits off his deliv
ery. Many of the licks that were
stepped by the infield and mowed
down by the outfield were hot-enough
to be hits "but Taylor's kittens did
their best for him. Taylor struck out
eigm men Dut ne waiKea eignt ana
; i a. i a v ii i i i
got himself into many deep holes,
soma of which he was unable to escape
without letting runners cross the
plate.
Villaino played first for the, Gaines
ville boys and made a wonderful stab
of a hot one from the bat of Joe
Brooks in the second inning. It look
ed like Joe had a hit but the Cuban
gathered it in. Jimmie Liddell and
Rymer each got a fly that places their
names in the hall of fame.
Ocala made one run in the first in-
Ining. .Leon led off with a fly to left
who dropped the ball. Van went out
short to first but advanced Leon to
third. Wood Doled out a sacrifice flv
to center field and Leon scored. Ry Rymer
mer Rymer singled but was left on when
Overstreet went out short to first. The
Wildcats' next run came m the sev-
enth when Whitney led off with a
1 T i.1 ? 1 iL 1
ome run. in me eigntn we maae
one more run. Van walked and went
h o second when the pitcher threw
wild in an attempt to catch him off
first. Wood beat out a scratch hit
and Van went to third. Rymer hit to
secona who forced Wood at second
but Van scored. Overstreet and
Brooks went out, leaving Rymer on
base.
Gainesville made one run in the
third. Villaino got on by the cour-
tesy of an error by Harry Good. Beck
sacrificed him to second and Lindsey
singled, scoring him. Taylor walked
the next man but the side was retired
with only one run.
In the eighth the Gainesville husk
ies sewei up the old ball game by
I making four runs. Taylor was get-
ting weak.
Pfeiffer led off and drew
an error from Rymer. Hodges singled
Villaino hit a hot one through Taylor
that bounced to short but too late to
make a play so that the bases were
full with no outs. Beck hit to Brooks
who forced Pfeiffer at the plate but
in an attempted double Overstreet hit
Beck in the back and he was safe on
first while Hodges scored. Lindsey
hit another one to Taylor and again it
bounced to short and this time Harry
threw wild to first allowing Villaino
and Beck to score. Chancey singled,
scoring Lindsey. Jones and White
fanned, retiring the side. It looked
like the ball game was on ice but the
j Wildcats got loose in the ninth and
thawed it out for a while.
The Wildcats' half of the ninth was
an eye-opener for the Gainesville fans.
They had started home but decided to
come back and stay a while after two
were out. Whitney led off and fan
ned. Liddell went out, pitcher to first.
Most of the Ocala players were leav leaving
ing leaving the grounds when Taylor came to
bat but Taylor drew an error from1
short and got on. Leon lucked a
scatch single. Van lucked another
error from short, filling the bases.
Wood popped up a high fly to second
base who dropped the ball and both
(Continued on Page Four)

SENATOR

MR

SAID IT STRAIGHT
If the Massacre at Herrin Goes Un
punished, Constitutional Gov Government
ernment Government Cannot Endure
Washington, June 28. (Associated
Press). Charging that the people of
Williamson county, Illinois, apparent apparently
ly apparently had given approval to the massacre
of non-union miners at Herrin, Sena
tor Myers, democrat, of Montana, de
clared today in the Senate here it was
an instanec of one entire county be
ing "100 per cent disloyal to the Unit
ed States and its constitution."
Senators Myers read into the record
the verdict of the coroner's jury and
declared if the massacre went un unpunished,
punished, unpunished, as he predicted it would,
constitutional government in the Unit United
ed United States could not endure. "There is
little room to talk about lynch law in
the South as long as this sort of thing
goes unpunished."
ADJOURNMENT PLAN UPSET
House plans for adjournment Sat Saturday
urday Saturday were upset temporarily in the
Senate today when the attempts of
Senator Curtis, assistant republican
leader, to put through the Senate a
resolution giving Senate consent to
adjournment were blocked pending
consultation between democratic lead leaders
ers leaders of the two houses. The resolution
which Mr. Curtis put in provided for
adjournment to August 8th.
AUTHORITIES TOOK
PROMPT ACTION
West Virginia Strikers Arrested When
They Tried to Keep Men
from Work
Elkins, W. Va., June 28. One hun hundred
dred hundred and five striking miners and sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers were arrested at Thomas,
W. lVa., today when they attempted to
prevent working miners from enter entering
ing entering the pits.
WOMAN CANDIDATE FOR
SENATE IN WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, June 28. Mrs. "Ben C
Hooper of Oshkosh, president of the
Wisconsin League of Women Voters,
as the nominee for the United States
Senate will lead the democrats of
Wisconsin on Nov. 17th. The demo
cratic convention last night unani
mously endorsed her candidacy and
her nomination in the primary in Sep September
tember September is accepted.
The new piano being used in the
Anthony revival meetings is one sent
to Mr. Tillman by a company in New
York which has been sending him
these pianos for nearly seven years.
They allow him to dispose of it at the
close of his engagement at a remark
ably low price. d&wlt
See the house now in course of con
struction 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
Now is your chance to get a nice
cottage home at reasonable price, on
easy terms and especially planned for
convenience and home comforts. Call
at 109 Dougherty street and see this
house. Ditto will show you and rive
particulars. 22-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose aad
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, FU. tf
CJoJooJOour
BestObmorrow
Take care of your
skin tonight before
retiring.
ftfABlNEU0
Tissue Cream for dry
skin, Acne Cream for
Pimples, Astringent
Cream for largo
pores, Lettuce Cream
for cleansing. Whit Whitening
ening Whitening Cream for
Bleaching.
Milady Beauty Parlor,
112 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Florida.

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HOISTS WATER HIGH

Powerful Stream Thown this Morning
By Ocala s New Combined
Fire Truck and Pumper
The city's new fire-fighting ma
chine the American LaFrance com combined
bined combined truck and pumper, will be given
a formal exhibition and try-out onthe
public square at 2 p. m. tomorrow ,on
which occasion every Ocalan interest
ed in the safety of the town should
try to be present.
It was given a preliminary try-out
at the city water works this morning,
and threw a stream 150 feet in the air.
The performance was viewed by Al
dermen Pedrick (head of the depart
ment), and Goldman and a number of
citizens.
Instead of coupling to a hydrant
the engine was connected direct to the
reservoir and was made to lift its
water before sending it out to the
hose lines at pressure. With the pump
in low pressure gear with a large
colume of water the pump delivered
over 800 gallons per minute through
two streams with a pressure sufficient
to throw it 100 feet into the air. One
stream was then cut off and the pump
put in high pressure gear. Then the
pump delivered over 600 gallons per
minute at the nozzle and lifted the
stream to the top of the water tower,
a height of 187 feet. The water that
reached the top was only a spray butj
the platform at the base of the tank
was easily reached with a good volume
of water. This platform is 150 feet
above the ground, which is consider considerably
ably considerably higher than any building in the
city.
The machine will be named the E.
G. ;Peek, in honor of the present
mayor.
Attend the public demonstration on
the square tomorrow afternoon.
BICYCLE RACES ON THE 4TH
The morning of the glorious fourth
will be celebrated in Ocala by a series
of bicycle races for Marion county
boys of all ages from 5 to 50. The
races will be divided into two classes.
Boys under sixteen years of age will
be in one class and boys over sixteen
will be in the other. Ben Condon in
describing the boys over sixteen said
that it matters not how old, tall, lean,
short or fat they are just so they are
boys.
This series of races is being held in
Ocala under the auspices of the Cycle
Trades of America. A number of
nice prizes are being offered to the
winners. There are three medals,
gold, silver and bronze. Front wheels,
rear wheels, bicycle tires, a bicycle
chain, seat and lamp, a gold knife and
chain and a gold scarf and cuff set are
among the useful articles to be
awarded the winners in the contests.
The list of prizes below will be
given to the winners:
One gold plated medal.
One silver plated medaL
' One bronze medal.
One gold stick pin set.
One gold knife and chain get.
One pair Silvertown cord tires.
One pair handlebars.
One pair rubber pedals.
One bicycle lamp.
One roller chain.
One front wheel.
One rear wheel and coaster brake.
One Traxel saddle.
One pair vacuum cup tires.
Chas. w. Habig and Mrs. Habig, ac
companied by C. W. DeLong of Live
Oak, were visitors in Ocala yesterday.
Mr. Habig is general manager of the
Homeseekers Realty Co. of Miami,
which is developing "Hollywood by the
Sea," a new town fifteen miles from
Miami. They stopped in Ocala for a
visit to the local office of the com company,
pany, company, which is in charge of Mr. G. W.
Park. The party left this morning
for Eustis.
The friends of Mr. George Batts
will be interested to hear that since
going to Georgia his health has been
improving steadily. He, Mrs. Batts
and their little daughter have been
visiting relatives for the past month.
Mr. Batts ha3 improved so much that
he will probably return home in a
short while.
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
Careful attention to the wants of
people who know good meats when
they see them is Trhat has built up the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2-tf
Typewriters at The Book Shop. 3t

ML DEII01ITI0IIS

SHOULD BE EQUAL
Proposition Made by the Pope
Regard to the Position of
Sects in Palestine
In
Geneva June 28. The holy see
readily agrees that Jews in Palestine
must have equal civil rights with
other nationalities but it cannot con consent
sent consent to the Jews enjoying a privileg privileged,
ed, privileged, preponderant position over other
nationalities and faiths or to the
rights of Christians being insufficient insufficiently
ly insufficiently safeguarded, the Vatican declares
in a letter to the League of Nations,
BOiS OF NEW YORK
BEAT THE BEAN EATERS
Eddie iiommei's Star Twirling Appre Appreciably
ciably Appreciably Raised the Stock of
the Athletics
New York, June 28. Connie Mack's
Athletics are out of the last place
today and Boston is holding down the
American Leagae cellar berth as the
result of the iron man performance
of Connie's star twirler, Eddie Rom Rommel,
mel, Rommel, in chalking up two victories over
Boston yesterday. Rommel earned a
four to two decision in the first game
of a double header and came back in
the seventh inning of. the second game
with the score tied, stopped the Bos Boston
ton Boston rally, while his teammates pound pounded
ed pounded the Boston pitcher and won the
game, six to four. v
WHITE MAX WILL HANG
AT DELAND JULY 21
Jacksonville, June 28. Aubrey Lee
Nichols, of Greenwood, S. C, the
young man under death sentence for
an attack on a woman resident of De De-Land
Land De-Land last December will be hanged at
DeLand July 21st between 10 a. m.
and 2 p. m. Nichols' appeal to the
pardon board for commutation to life
imprisonment was recently refused.
Governor -Hardee has issued the death
warrant and it was read to Nichols in
the Duval jail here yesterday by Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Morris of Volusia county. Nichols
has been in the Duval jail since his
arrest except for a few hours in De De-Land
Land De-Land for triaL
THANKS FROM JTHE AUXILIARY
The American Legion Auxiliary of
Marion County Post No. 27 wishes to
thank all those who so generously
contributed to the box for the hospital
at Lake City. Two barrels were ship shipped
ped shipped this morning, one containing 64
jars of home made jelly, preserves
and pickles. The other contained
one-half dozen bottles of grapejuice,
52 cans Prince Albert tobacco, 11 car
tons of Camel cigarettes, 20 pounds
of hard candy and one bath robe.
Mrs. R. L. Lytle expects to leave for
a lengthy visit to friends and rela relatives
tives relatives next Thursday, to various places
north, including a trip on the Great
Lakes and to points in Canada.
Mr, Ben Rneinauer arrived home
Monday and has been so busy with
business that had accumulated in his
month's absence that he hardly has
time to tell what a. fine time he had
with the Florida Rotarians who have
been touring the western states dux-,
ing the past month. Mr. Rneinauer
left the Ocala Rotarians at Lake
Louise, Canada, where they will tarry tarry-awhile
awhile tarry-awhile longer.
A MERCILESS JUDGE
One Who Shows No Favor
A merciless judge is Father Tune,;
Before him the weak and the wanting
go to the walL Only the truth can
stand. For years the following state statement
ment statement from an Ocala resident has with withstood
stood withstood thi3 sternest of all tests:
J. Chas. Smith, jeweler, Fort King
Ave., says: "Although I haven't had
any need of Doan's Kidney Pills for a
good many years, I recall that they
proved to be a good medicine when!
used them for backache and other
symptoms of kidney disorder. Doan's
brought me quick relief and soon
J stopped the trouble. I haven't had
given April 16, 1918). On March 17,
1922, Mr. Smith added: "1 gladly con confirm
firm confirm my former statement endorsing
Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me
some years ago and the cure has last lasted.
ed. lasted. I always recommend Doan's to
my friends."
Price 60 cents at all dealers! Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Smith had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs, Buffalo, N. Y-Adv. 5
Cooking butter 20c. per pound in 5 5-pound
pound 5-pound lots or over at the Creamery. 2t



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President Harding might just as
well have saved his rations. That
lunch didn't placate Mine Boss Lewis.
Teddy Roosevelt may have given
Booker T. Washington a lunch, but
we'll bet he would have drawn the
line at John L. Lewis.
What the wild waves are saying
just now (outside the three-mile
limit) is "Tee-Hee!" St. Augustine
Record.
Thought it was "Hic-up."
Suppose Medusa had taken to the
bobbed hair fashion! Tampa Tribune.
She would have ben the champion
snake-killer until St. Patrick came
along.
We regret to learn that Billiekrane
of the St. Petersburg Times has been
trying to crank a flivver with his
nose. The nose, it is said, will grow
stright again in a few weeks.
Working in the garden wouldn't be
ao hard on your nervous system if
you didn't find so many fishing
worms. St. Augustine Record.
Possibly that is the great reason
why. so many men don't work in the
garden.
- President Harding could stop the
illegal sale of liquor on American
ships by a few words to his steno stenographer
grapher stenographer and a few scratches of his
pen. What wonder is it that so many
little men break the law when the
president of. the United States allows
it to be broken.
The St. Petersburg Independent
doesn't mince its words. It says:
"John Lewis, president of the miners'
union, should be sent to prison for life
for sending the telegram which start started
ed started the murder orgy in Illinois. The
man who sits in a swiver-chair and
incites his followers should be held to
account."
E. P. Green, of Bradentown, has
been appointed a member of the state
road department to succeed the late
W. W. Clark, of Wall Springs. Mr.
Green is mayor of Bradentown and a
real estate operator there. He was
selected by the governor from a
number of applicants for the position.
We are glad to see the governor has
appointed a South Florida man.
Says the Tampa Times: "The mem members
bers members of the Fort Pierce baseball team,
who were arrested for participating
in a Sunday game, were found not
guilty. It is improbable that any
jury would convict a person under the
Sunday laws as they now stand. The
unreasonable ones should be repealed,
and the good ones should be retained
and enforced."
We are not going to get the swelled
head or anything like that, but hav having
ing having two of our efforts in this column
appear in "Topics of the Day" within
one month, pleases us mightily. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Reporter-Star.
As the canning factories are draw drawing
ing drawing heavily on said "Topics" for orig original
inal original editorials, your "efforts" will
doubtless greet the eyes of readers in
many states. 1
In remembrance of the manner in
which the South has been abused and
misrepresented, it is no wonder that
Southern papers have severely criti criticised
cised criticised Illinois for the Herrin massa massacre.
cre. massacre. Now, the first flare-up over, it
will be best for the South to give its
moral, and if necessary, its material
support to the good Americans in the
North, who are struggling against
the forces of anarchy. The country
is rapidly dividing into American and

un-American. The latter class, no
matter what state it lives in, is the
South's enemy.

A. A. A'S. GOOD WORK
FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENT
The Marion County Motor Club has
been informed that the field secre secretary's
tary's secretary's department of the American
Automobile Association has succeed succeeded,
ed, succeeded, through the Alachua County Motor
Club, Gainesville, in getting the bond
trustees of Alachua county, of which
Major W. R. Thomas is chairman, to
roll and scrape highway No. 2 from
Gainesville south to the Marion coun county
ty county line, via Micanopy. The Alachua
county officials have also agreed to
keep a permanent maintenance crew
on this road at all times, so that it
will, remain in first class travelable
condition in all kinds of weather. This
means that from the north boundary
of Alachua to the south there will be
a good passable highway, the stretch
north of Gainesville having been
paved.
The Marion County Motor Club is
also informed that the branches of the
A. A. A. in Columbia and Hamilton
counties have arranged for permanent
maintenance crews on the highway
from the Georgia line, via Jasper,
White Springs, Lake City, to High
Springs. Announcement is also made
that a branch of the A. A. A. has been
established in Sanford, making the
sixteenth in Florida since January,
and another center which provides
free mechanical service, legal aid and
touring information for all A. A. A,
members.
MARY BUHNER DESERVES
THE CARNEGIE MEDAL
St. Petersburg has a girl, Miss
Mary Buhner, who deserves not only
the Carnegie medal, but the undying
respect and admiration of every man
and woman who hears or reads of her
unsurpassed heroism, the story of
which is told in the following dis
patch:
St. Petersburg, June 26. The lure
of the sea is replete with tales of
heroism, but none excels that of the
unsuccessful attempt of Miss Mary
Buhner to save the life of her chum,
Dorothy McClatchie, after one of the
latter's legs was gashed in two places
by the vicious attack of a monster
barracuda the tiger of the sea.
The girls were swimming off the
pier here, a mile out. A few yards
separated them. Suddenly there was
a scream. The water about Miss Mc
Clatchie was being lashed by an un
seed, force. A circle of crimson ap
peared about Miss McClatchie.
Miss Buhner took in the situation
at a glance. Her chum had been at attacked
tacked attacked by a sea monster. The thought
of a similar fate did not deter her. A
few powerful strokes, and she was be
side the sea tiger's victim.
"O! I'm bitten," the unfortunate
girl cried. "My foot's gone."
Undaunted by the fact that the
monster might return to the attack
at any moment Miss Buhner began to
tow her friend toward the shore.
"Kiss me, Mary, I'm' going." Miss
McClatchie's voice was weak. Her
body relaxed.
Then for thirty-five minutes Miss
Buhner kept her friend afloat as she
swam toward the beach towing the
lifeless body. At last a boat picked
her up. But Miss McClatchie was al already
ready already dead.
Miss Buhner is recuperating from
the effects of her heroic effort. Her
muscles are swollen and torn from the
almost superhuman effort.
CRACKER
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ROOM
North Magnolia Street
QUICK LUNCHES AND
REGULAR DINNERS AT
REASONABLE RATES
COLD DRINKS AND
EXPORT ON DRAFT
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
LAWRENCE HOTEL
Rooms by the Day, Week or
Month
Opposite Cracker Lunch Room
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. lS-tf

NEW LIFE IN SUMTER

(Times Union)
Sumter county, west of Lake and
south of Marion, is one of the oldest
counties of Florida. It is blessed
with rich soil, climatic conditions are
favorable; has railroad transportation
facilities and many other, advantages
common to other prospering and ad-
vancing Florida counties. But it has
stood still. The "big freeze" of '95
not only paralized the citrus industry
of that county but, apparently the
very energies of the people. The
county languished because progress
halted. There were indications of the
fact that Sumter county was not
keeping up with the procession that is
so triumphantly making its way
through other Florida counties, bring
ing to them prosperity that is amaz
ing.
Now, however, new life is evident in
Sumter county. Through the old but
still strong arteries coursing blood
that is impregnated with progress
germs. The result is an awaking, a
putting forth of vigorous efforts, in inspired
spired inspired with a desire to emulate the
worthy examples of Lake and Mar Marion
ion Marion and other neighboring counties
that are in the ranks of progress that
are achieveing wonderful results be
cause of practical, energetic, persist persistent
ent persistent efforts to make for themselves
more than a mere place on the map
of Florida, making for themselves
that advancement which brings with it
prosperity in proportion to the efforts
put forth.
A convincing sign of new life in
Sumter county is the recent organiza organiza-tionof
tionof organiza-tionof a county chamber of commerce.
Those who have joined this organiza organization
tion organization of a county chamber of commerce,
stout hearts and ardent desires to ac accomplish
complish accomplish something worth while.
They mean business. Their first in indication
dication indication is the employment of a very
capable man, m person of Clarence E.
T.T , T i x
Woods, formerly of Lake county, as
. ,
commerce. They are going to pay
him a good salary so that he may de devote
vote devote all his time and his energies, of
proved capability, to the work. Pre Preceding
ceding Preceding this indication was another,
Lin
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
.Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala
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

one of utmost importance. That is
the inauguration of the work of pro- j
viding the county with improved pub-j

i lie roads. Already one of consider- j
able length has been nearly completed.
It is a splendid highway, and what a a-relief
relief a-relief from the sand roads of the past!
The Sumter County Times of recent ;
H5"6 says, now tnat tfiis nortn-soutn
highway is about completed from one
end of the county to the other, "there j
is much sentiment in favor of these
cross roads and we believe it is only a
matter of short time before some de-'
i finite plan for their completion will
be under way."
Sumter county people have learned.
They have seen what their neighbors
are accomplishing. They have deter determined
mined determined to help themselves, and with
this determination, and vigorous,
practical efforts put forth for accom accomplishment,
plishment, accomplishment, there has come already the
co-operation of neighboring counties,!
notably on the part of Lake, which
last Thursday sent a delegation of its
county chamber of commerce mem members
bers members to Bushnell to aid in establish establishing
ing establishing a similar organization in Sumher
county. More help "of this character
will come to Sumter now that its
people have given signs of new life
and an earnest effort to help them themselves.
selves. themselves. Sumter county, with all its proved
natural advantages, is destined to be become
come become one of the banner counties of
Florida, provided its people, and those
who will be pleased to come and cast
their Jots with them, will exert them themselves
selves themselves as they are capable of doing.
They have much, very much to do.
But if they will cast off the bonds
with which they bound themselves,
will make up their minds that they
have something that naturally is as
good as is to be found elsewhere, and
in some instances, better, and will
"tackle the job" like they are capable
rf rfi-nrr AAnorof in rr TxrifVi .Q tin rat a TV
T j ..,
i Woods m every possible manner,
, , ., r u- i
i leaving back of them all bickerings
and jealousies, they will achieve won wonders.
ders. wonders. Sumter is an undeveloped gold
mine. There is not an individual any anywhere
where anywhere but will commend the efforts
that now are being put forth and di directed
rected directed toward realizing the utmost
out of the county's manifold resources.
The reward will come in proportion
to the united efforts that are put into
the work, and then will Sumter coun county
ty county stand with other Florida counties
that are winning deserved praise for
what they are achieving, for what
their people are accomplishing. Then
will Sumter county be getting for its
people their just share of prosperity,
wealth and happiness.

The alert business man dealing with
'present day conditions knows that
the big word today is "Turnover."
Whether he be a merchant, manu manufacturer,
facturer, manufacturer, jobber, or banker, he sees
that one thing with a clear vision
unbiased Jby the limits of his own
happiness. It is in the air, and on
the tip of every tongue.
And yfet .many of them entirely
too many are thinking on only
one side of Turnover. They think
of it as meaning rapid selling put putting
ting putting money in and getting it out
quickly and at a profit. They real realize
ize realize that they must put greatly in increased
creased increased efforts back of all their
plans for selling and distribution.
The other half of Turnover is the
consumer. All selling plans and
efforts fail if the consumer doesn't
want to buy. His desire for pro produce
duce produce must be created. He. must
be in a good mood to buy before
the salesman meets him across the
counter. t
That is the function of Advertis

Published by the Ocala Star, in co-operation with
1 The American Association of Advertising Agencies j

FOR SALE rTtZrTnmisk
1920 Buick Six Touring, with bumpers, motor motor-meter,
meter, motor-meter, etc., has been in private use only. ..$690
1922 Buick Four Touring, private use" only .$650
1920 Studebaker Special Six Touring, in absolu absolutely
tely absolutely first class condition, new cord tirts $900
Pay half down and balance in eight equal monthly payments on
any of the above cars. Wjll take your car in trade.
McLEOD & WATERS Studebaker Dealers
Headquarters Bridges Garage. "Every Studebaker Sells Another."

TIRE

(JNITfcD S FATES STRAIGHT SIDE FABRICS
AT PREFERRED WHOLESALE

USCO
$18.30
19.25
32x4
33x4
34x4
32x4 1-2

ALL GUARANTEED TIRES NO WAR TAX
KUMBACK SERVICE STATION

WHITE STAR LINE
I Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

if

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE

ing to create consumer demand
and consumer preference. With
this demand as a selling fact all
selling plans have a chance "to suc succeed.
ceed. succeed. Without it. they fail. The
only chance for salesmanship to
succeed without an existing de de-.mand
.mand de-.mand is for salesmanship to assume
the task that belongs to advertis advertisingthe
ingthe advertisingthe task of creating demand.
If the present efforts that are' be being
ing being put into selling were amply
supported by a corresponding effort
to create consumer demand through
Advertising, the business condi conditions
tions conditions of this country would be rap rapidly
idly rapidly changed into an era of great
prosperity in spite of Old World
conditions and everything else.
The proof of this is in the fact
that right now, under these very
conditions, the manfacturers who
are putting proper emphasis- on
creating a demand for their pro product,
duct, product, as well as selling it, are do;
ing a big business and are actually
getting the high turnover that
others are trying so strenuously to
get through intensive selling.

SALE

CHAIN
$19.70
20.75
21.20
NOBBY
$21.40
22.45
28.05

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28. 1922

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

mum i

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 yon
will anticipate every meal here. Our
menu is the talk of the town. Out
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Botel
Inspector

PERSONAL TAXES
PAST DUE

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

ceedUo collect same by levy, if

necessary, as required by law.

W. W. STRIPLING
Tax Collector
Marion County, Florida

SASH

DOOR

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Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

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

ICE
We can supply you with ice at most
reasonable prices for all purposes,
whether you want a car load or mere merely
ly merely a small quantity each day for your
home use. Our ice is absolutely pore,
being made from pure distilled water
and can be used for all purposes with
perfect safety.

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The Big
Muskeg
By
VICTOR ROUSSEAU
Clnrtrmtioa by
B. H. Urittsstont

sua sprang to nt;r rwi, cwmivuuu
him with dramatic indignation. "You
know that it has everything!" she
cried. "You're playing with me and
torturing me. Do you suppose I don't
know what they're saying about him
that he forged Joe's name to those
checks and murdered him to prevent
discovery? Do you suppose I don't
know that, when I gave you the com combination,
bination, combination, just to help Will, that you
put those checks there? Let me tell
the truth on the witness stand 1" she
pleaded, standing before him with
clasped hands, and the tears raining
down her cheeks.
"Tell the truth? You must be mad J"
he shouted.
"If the jury knew that, they'd acquit
him. It could be arranged. I'd say I
gave the combination to Lee Cham Chambers".
bers". Chambers". Again Bowyer began to be afraid of
Kitty ; but this time it was her stupid stupidity
ity stupidity he feared. And he saw that this
was the occasion to let loose one of
his habituated rages. He seized her
hands in his, one in each, and twisted
them until she screamed with the pain.
"Let's understand each other, Kitty
Bostock!" he hissed in a furioas
voice. "I'll take up, your proposition
and show you what U means. Listen 1
First, you'll break your solemn cove covenant
nant covenant with me. Dishonest, you think?
The sort that's made between people
every day. I've played fair with, you.
And you'll play fair with me, or you'll
lose your fortune every penny of it.
That's first.
"Second, so surely as you go into
the witness-box with such a story I'll
say you lie. I'll say he was your lover.
I'll say that he killed Joe at your in instigation
stigation instigation because you wanted to be
rid of him. I'll say that you went to
Big Muskeg and lived there, almost
next door to him. Vl bring forward a
workman who saw you two together,
kissing on the swamp one evening. Til
swear it's a concocted story made up
by-you to free your paramour. What
sort of figure do ypu think you'll cut
in the witness-box then, Kitty Bos Bostock?"
tock?" Bostock?" Bowyer had calculated rightly. Up Upon
on Upon a woman like Kitty, petted and
spoiled from birth, the astounding
fact of physical violence comes as a
stunning shock that breaks down the
soul's resistance. It is only on repeti repetition
tion repetition that the reaction comes.
And Bowyer calculated rightly again.
"Kitty Bostock," he said gently, "I
promise you that he shall be freed.
I have the means, the influence, the
power. I know he didn't murder Joe.
Keep your head, and all shall be well,
I swear it. Do you believe me?"
She looked at him as if he had
hypnotized her. "Yes, I believe you,"
she answered.

Phone 597 Night Phone 408
WILLIAMS GARAGE
We Specialize in
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ELECTRICAL WORK
REBORING CYLINDERS,
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
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HURT ALL OYER
Texas Lady Couldn't Sit, Stand or
Lie With Any Comfort Says
"Cardui Did World
of Good."

Bartlett, Texas. Mrs. "Nannie Mes Mes-ser,
ser, Mes-ser, of Route 3, this place, states:
"About three years ago I was in a
very critical condition. I had been
suffering for some time. To tell how
I hurt would be impossible.
"I just hurt all over. I couldn't sit,
Btand or lay with any comfort, my
back, sides and head all gave me a
great deal of trouble.
"I was especially bothered with a
light swimming In my head. My
people were very uneasy about me and
sent me to my relatives to see if a
change would do me any good.
I stopped at a sister-in-law's and
she being a great believer in Cardui,
asked me why I didn't use it. I de decided
cided decided to try it .
I had only taken a few doses when
I felt it would do me good. This
gave hopes and I used it right along
and It did me just a world of good,
since which- time I have never ceased
to praise Cardui."
Cardui Is for simple female com complaints
plaints complaints and womanly pains and has
been found to benefit in thousands of
such cases when not due to malfor malformation
mation malformation or that do not require surgical
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So surely as you speak one wora
he'll hang. Keep quiet, and he shall
be saved. Promise me you'll say noth nothing!"
ing!" nothing!" "Oh, 111 say nothing," wailed Kitty,
wringing her hands. "I promise you.
I see. Yes, I understand now."
And she went out of the house with
her head low, dubious, and yet with
the sure conviction that Bowyer could
save Wilton. Bowyer could save him,
but nobody else could do bo. She would
trust htm, because there was nobody
else to trust.
Between the house and the station,
Kitty grew conscious of an old man
walking beside her, trying to speak to
her. Absorbed in her thoughts, she
did not know how long he had been
there. Suddenly she realized that this
was Jim Betts.
She shrank back aghast, looking at
him with eyes wide with fear. Jim
nodded and smiled.
"It's all right; don't be af eared of
me, Mra, Bostock," he said. "You're
mighty worried about Will, ain't you
now. I guess we all are. Won't you
go to Mr. Payne and tell him what yon
know?"
They had reached the station, The
train for Clayton was waiting. Jim
followed Kitty into the compartment
and took his seat beside her.
"Tom Bowyer swore he'd save hint
if If
"If questioned Jim.
"If I kept silent. But 111 speak. I
will. I never trusted him. Mr. Bow Bowyer
yer Bowyer told me I couldn't hold "the line,
and I wanted to save the money to
help Will. He promised that when
the smash came he'd take the shares
off my hands at par if I'd give him
the combination of the safe, so that
he could find out about the plana. I
gave it to him. The safe was mine
and I was trying to help WW. And
I told Tom Bowyer the secret of the
wheat lands, so that he'd know he
wasn't losing anything by buying my
shares."
She let her head fall against Jim's

She Let Her Head Fall Against JW
Shoulder, Sobbing Uncontrollably.
shoulder, sobbing uncontrollably. Jim
laid his rough hand on her hair.
"There, child, I guess you feel bet better,
ter, better, now, don't youl" he said. "You
didn't understand the wrong that you
were doing. That's the way wrong's
generally done. And now we'll go to
Mr. Payne and fix things up for WHL"

CHAPTER XIX
The Closing of the Trap.
Payne was struggling with bis per perplexities
plexities perplexities about a month before the
date set for the trial when Jim Betts
and Kitty came to his office. Kitty
sobbed ont her story, while Payee lis listened
tened listened in otter amazement
"Why did you do this, Mrs. Bos Bostock?"
tock?" Bostock?" he asked, when he' had heard
her to the end.
"Because I love Will and wanted te
help him," she answered.
"You are willing to tell this story ia
the witness-box just as you've told It
to me?"
"I will !" cried Kitty. "If It will
save Will If it's needed to save him.
As the day of the trial drew nearer
Payne knew Will's case was desperate.
Public opinion was Inflamed against
him, and Bowyer's skillful campaign
had borne rich fruits.
Without animus, but In the resolve
to clear his own reputation for laxity,
Qulnn had worked up the case until
each link appeared complete. Ander Andersen,
sen, Andersen, who followed the Tndlan witnesses,
testified reluctantly that he had over overheard
heard overheard Wilton request the pseudo po policemen
licemen policemen to delay their Journey to Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, as he did not wish Joe Bostoclfa
death to be known, for business rea reasons,
sons, reasons, until some time later.
There followed Paplllon and Jean
Passepartout, who stated that they
had been told by the outlaw, Hackett,
that Wilton had murdered Joe Bostock.
Having already come to the same opin opinion,
ion, opinion, and being afraid of having the
guilt laid to them, they had decided to
run away.
Suddenly there came a buzz of ex excitement
citement excitement in the court room. All eyes
were turned toward the crown attor attorney,
ney, attorney, at whose side stood Bowyer him himself;
self; himself; and it was evidently the Inten Intention
tion Intention of the prosecution to call him to
the stand.
Payne's eyes, attracted upward sud suddenly,
denly, suddenly, saw Kitty In her widow's black,
seated in the front row of the gallery,
her eyes fixed In terror upon the new new-comer.
comer. new-comer. And, as if drawn by the for
of her will, Bowyer looked up, an
Payne saw the flicker of a smile croja

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star June 28, 1902)
Misses Hattie Dye and Annie
Sharpe leave in a few days for Mar

tha's Vineyard, where they will attend

summer school and enjoy thet summer

at this old fashioned island resort.

H. H. Whittington, our hustling
farmer and stock raiser, has just re returned
turned returned from a several weeks trip in
the interest of his harness house,
where he still retains his position
which keep him busy six months in
the year. During his absence his
farm was in charge of his brother-in-law)
C. C. Woolridge.
Mrs. Maurice Strauss will spend
the summer among the lakes in Michi Michigan
gan Michigan and in the fall when she returns
she will be accompanied by Mr.
Strauss' mother from the southern
part of Germany, who expects to
spend the remainder of her days with
her son, who she has not seen in sev several
eral several years.
Misses Mamie and Marion Galloway
anI Abbie and Annie McCarthy re returned
turned returned this afternoon'from St. Augus

tine", where they have been attending

St. Joseph's Academy.
Mr. Henry Sistrunk is spending his
vacation with his parents at 'Mont 'Mont-brook.
brook. 'Mont-brook. Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Stra June 28, 1912)
Mrsl Annie Perry and daughters,
Sidney and Emma, have returned from
a visit to Mr. Ben Condon at Lake
Weir.
Mrs. Annie Martin left this morn morning
ing morning for North Carolina, where she
will visit her daughter, Mrs. Jack
Walker, and from there she will go

to Pennsylvania, where she will visit
another daughter.

The engagement is announced of

W. K. Zewadski Jr., formerly an
Ocala boy, now a rising young lawyer
in Tampa, to Miss Edith Lawrence,
a winsome youpg lady of the River River-view
view River-view suburb of Tampa.

Rev. Bunyan Stephens of Plant
City, who has been called to the pul

pit of the Baptist church of Ocala, has
gone to Georgia for a brief visit be

fore coming to Ocala.

Prof. N. I. Gottlieb, the fraternal
organizer, is home from South Flor

ida.

Miss Ruth Nelson of Tampa, a for

mer Ocala girl, will be among those
present at the camp at Lake Weir

next week.

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Thursday, June 29th, Leesburg in

Ocala.

Tuesday, July 4th, 9:30 a. m.. Lees

burg in Leesburg; '4 p. m, Leesburg
in Ocala.

Thursday, July 13th, Leesburg in

Leesburg.

his red, vulpine countenance.
Bowyer, called, deposed that he had
known Joe Bostock intimately for sev several
eral several years. They had always been
friendly, though often business rivals.
"When did you first learn of his
death?" asked the crown attorney.
"Not for several days after."
"But you met the accused at the
Hudson's Bay company's store at Big
Muskeg a few days after the event?"
"Two days after."
"What did he say to you about the
tragedy?"
"He told me Joe Bostock was not
with him."-
"And he said nothing about his
death?"
"No. I knew nothing about It for
two or three days after that."
"Was his demeanor that of a guilty
man?"
Payne leaped to bis feet. T object
to that question r he shouted. But
Bowyer was already answering:
"He looked like a man mad with
fear."
As he spoke he glanced upward.
There came a scream from the gallery,
and Kitty fell back, fainting in her
chajr.
The court adjourned until the mor morrow.
row. morrow. Payne went to his client almost
Immediately.
"What do you make of it all?" asked
Wilton gravely.
"It looks bad," "answered Payne.
"I was a fool to hide Joe's death.
Inquire for Kitty when you go back
and try to let me know how she Is,
won't you? And tell her not to worry.
Tell her I'm going to pull out triumph triumphantly,
antly, triumphantly, for the sake of the line," said
Wilton.
Payne left him with the resolve to
put Kitty upon the stand. He did not
ten Wilton this. He would have
avoided this had It been possible. But
It was the only chance remaining. Hie
jury might believe her.
Suddenly there leaped mto Payne's
mmd the overwhelming conviction that
Bowyer was at the back of the mur murder.
der. murder. Nothing else could explain his
vindictlveness. He learned that Kitty
was recovering, and, before returning
to Inform Wilton, he had the impulse
to go to Jim Betts quarters. He want wanted
ed wanted to see the only man who still be believed
lieved believed to Wilton's Innocence.
At Betts' home he was told that the
old man had left Clayton two weeks
before, and had not yet returned.
Payne made his way slowly back to
the jaJL He had to uphold Ms faith
alone his faith In an acquittal. It
was the -hardest job he had ever bed
h his life.
(Continued Tomorrow)

EXCURSION to HAVANA
on the . -;
PALATIAL STEAMSHIP "CUBA"
Tickets will be on sale SATURDAY, JULY 8th, and for all trains
scheduled to arrive Port Tampa by 2 p. m. SUNDAY, JULY 9, limited
returning to reach original starting point by midnight of Monday, July
17, 1922.

ROUND TRIP
FARE FROM

OCALA S37.85

ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP from Jacksonville and all
Atlantic Coast Line stations in Florida south thereof. TICKETS IN INCLUDE
CLUDE INCLUDE MEALS AND BERTH ABOARD THE "CUBA."
NO PASSPORTS, OR OTHER DOCUMENTS, REQUIRED.
SCHEDULES OF THE STEAMSHIP CUBA FOB THE EXCURSION

GOING

f

Lv. Pt. Tampa. ... 2:00 pm. Sun.
Ar. Key West. .... 7:00 am. Mon
Lv. Kev West 10:00 Mnn

Ar. HAVANA 5:00 pm. Mon.

RETURNING

Lv. Havana. .10:30 am. TuesTSat
Ar. Key West. 6:30 pm. Tues-Sat
Lv. Kev West. 8:00 mn. Tues-Sat

Ar. Pt. Tampa. 12:00 m. Wed-Sun

r Or tickets and Turhfr lTiformatmn fall iin nr smm nnJn.

signed
J. F. RICKETSON, Phone 370, Ocala, Fla.
W. D. STARK, J. G. KIRKLAND, W. R. O'NEAL, L. W. LAMBERT,
Div. Pass Agent. Div Pass Agent, Dist. Pass Agent. Dist Pass Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Orlando, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
"The Standard Railroad of the South"

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Boys get your bicycles is good
condition for the race.

Entry blanks at the following stores

Watch this paper for further adds

. ana announcements

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CONBON BICYCLE STORE

BUY A

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YOUR SAVINGS

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

ICE CREAM
DELIVERED
At Your Home

Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city, city,-two
two 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, 60c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery ButterlDaily
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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 Storea.
MARION COUNTYICREAMERY CO.
Phone 94-.

PHONE 243
Pi

PHONE 174
Sole Distributor for

& Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand M

TEA and COFFEE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY Jfj

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23. 1922

New Showing of Models That Won Favor

at the Convention

Four Red Hot Models jest off Fifth Avenue, that are Our Advanced

Models, from the Red Cross Shoe Company

OCALA OCCURREHCES
At you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.

HOW IT HAPPENED

(Continued from First Page)

Misses Frances and Lucy Standley
are visiting relatives in Jacksonville.

Mr. Mack Taylor is home from a
three days business trip to Jacksonville.

Call phone 108 early and you

j won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main

I f
I lighten the burdens of others and
! bring smiles to the faces of her,
'friends than have the highest of pub- i

lie honors. j
I Taylor and Leon scored, tying up the
Flags of all sizes at THE BOOK game. Rymer retired the side, sec-

SHOP. 3t jond to first. Gainesville threatened
, in her half of the ninth but was final final-Miss
Miss final-Miss Margaret Boyle of Tampa, re- ly retired scoreless,
turied home Monday after a pleasant j Gainesville almost made good in the
visit with Miss Mabel Lytle of Stan- eleventh and got three on bases but
ton. She was accompanied by Miss, j hard work pulled the Wildcats out of

: Lytle. who will visit relatives and i the hole. In the first of the twelfth j

' friends at Lakeland and then make a the Wildcats got two on but could not

pusn a run across tne piate. m tne
last of the twelfth Gainesville made

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida

Street Market.

2-tf

'THE CHIC"

stylish model with a very prbmi-

"THE SHEIK- j
'An entirely new model in white de- j

. mm 1 1 it-

signed tor tne woman wno wants me nent 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
;toe to heel, two straps to button.

Mr. N. W. Meadows returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a very pleasant visit to
relatives in Anthony.

Mrs. Ernest Schnitzler, who has
been quite sick for some time, con continues
tinues continues to show no improvement.

"THE CLEOPATRA"
In three decidedly different mate materials,
rials, materials, but in the same Cleopatra model.
Quite Egyptian in model, but tpned
down to a strictly -American woman's
fancy. The materials are BLACK
PATENT LEATHER, BLACK Satin
of SKINNER'S SHOE SATIN,
WHITE BLUMENTHAL'S KID with
KID LINING to' the end of the toe.

Small flags and large flags, cotton
and silk flags, at THE BOOK SHOP.

I Miss Warford Brown of Trenton,
i who has been the guest of Miss Gladys
jPark for several days, will return

home tomorrow.

"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.

j Superintendent of School Shealy is
jen the sick list, and his office affairs

are being looked after by Miss Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Manning of Anthony.

visit to Miss Boyle in Tampa before

her return.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
5c; three times 50c; six times 75c: one
month 43.00. All accounts payable Im
ailiaure except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertlsicg accounts.
HOUSE WANTED I want to rent a
house as close in town as possible.

Phone 373 or address
116, Ocala.

P. O. Box
26-3t

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

These Models are the ones which won the most admiration from a card from Miss Helen Veal in
the most cynical critics at both the St. Louis Style Show and theashinon ,thtat her t is
n .w ci r r l -ii j having a wonderful time m that place
Southern Retail Shoe Convention at Jacksonville. and for the ocala folks not to look for
THESE MODELS ARE LATE ARRIVALS. SELECT YOURS WHILEthem until they arrive-

Mrs. C. R. Kreger and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Virginia, of Jacksonville, arrived
yesterday afternoon to visit Mrs. S.

FOR SALE Remnant of household
goods. Must be closed out at once.
Small rugs, draperies, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, small tables, some silverware,
beds, china, cut glass, etc., also pot potted
ted potted plants. Call at 222 E. Wash Wash-ingston
ingston Wash-ingston street. 26-3t
FOR SALE Milk cow. Gives large
quantity of milk daily. Apply to J.
Chas. Smith, 9th St., phone 491. 3t
FOR RENT Store room in the Ocala
House block facing courthouse. See
L. R. Bracken. 26-6t

the winning run. Lindsey led off with
a two-bagger. Chancey hit a fly to
left and Lindsey went to third. Van
made a beautiful stop of a bad throw
at this stage of the game. Jones
struck out and it seemed that the

Wildcats were again to pull out of a

nasty mess but a rotten play lost the

game for them. White hit a slow
grounder to Brooks who fielded it and
attempted to beat White to the bag

but. White made it safely and Lindsey

scored the winning run on the play.

Both Taylor and Leon were covering

the first sack and Joe could easily
have thrown White out by twenty feet

but his determination to make the
play unassisted was disastrous to the

team. Individual plays won't win as

WOOD FOR SALE For the best
wood at the lowest price call 471-
Blue. Prompt delivery. E. Gib Gib-bonsN.
bonsN. Gib-bonsN. Osceola St. 6-24-tf

YOUR STYLE LASTS
ALL SIZES AND MODELS, AAs to Es

GUARANTEE CLOTHING SI SHOE CINPM1
stVleiieadquautehs

I A. Standley, Mrs. Kreger's mother.

"Beads with your foot
Trade Muk

Agents for the

MAMK

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

Miss Maud Lillian Little, who has

been visiting friends in Lake City for
a. few days., has gone to Trenton to
visit her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Long, who are
at present entertaining the former's

sister. Miss Cordelle Long.

FOR SALE One "E. M." wood range,
practically new. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply 3C4 S. Osceola St.,
corner 2nd tt. 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

ACCIDEN1

AUTOMOBILE

many ball games as team work.
The Box Score
Gainesville AB R H PO A E
Villaino, 1st. ......5 2 2 19 0 0
Beck, 2nd 6 1 0 1 2 1
Lindsey, 3rd ..... 7 12 1 4 1
Chancey, c. ...... 7 0 3 10 0 1
Jones, cf 3 0 1 2 0 0

White, rf 6 0 10 0 0

Buie, ss 6 01 2 5 3
Watson, If 2 0 1 0 0 1
Pfeiffer, p 5 1 0 0 4 1
Hodges, If 3 1 210 0

HOW'S YOUR 9
AUTO RUNNING

Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet better
ter better have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
We Sell

Cooking butter 20c. per pound in 5 5-pound
pound 5-pound lots or over at the Creamery. 2t

WANTED Salesman, agents. Adver

tise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big

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

LOST One Hood tira and rim, 36x
4 VS. Return to Buick. garage and re-

DRESSMAKING All kinds of fancy

and plain dressmaking done. Mrs.
Sue Connell, over Eagle Grocery
store. 22-6t

A fellow who is building a house

said he would come to take us to look

I at it at ten o'clock this morning. It

wasn't the first, fib he has told us, but

we wouldn't mind if we were sure it

was the last.

Knows Every Soul in
Dixie- Sweet Dreams

this remedy has stood, tryout after
ThiS Great MOSquHO Remedy! tryout and for eight years tales of its

wonaenui penormariccs nave ue-eu

related by its users.
Sweet Di earns became Ihe standard

mosauito remedy the morning the first

bottle was made. It has become the I Mrs. M. O. Campbell of Lumber

mosquito remedy makes this possible, j accepted remedy everywhere and it. City, and Mrs. J. F. Webb of Wigham,

oweetureanib repxeseiiLs iuumju.- Mivn. .y 0? ,flTBGa, who accompanied Mr. D. R. Con-

n Jui 7 iTrr1f0 n;; nor home from Monticello about ten

JCI llUtrllLUl Stage. X Ul ciglil jraia juu ...v.v

Boasts Many Friends.

It is the policy of Sweet Dreams to
hold its friends after making them,
and the wonderful efficiency of this

Cooking butter 20c. per pound in 5 5-pound
pound 5-pound lots or over at the Creamery. 2t

RAILRGAB SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 im
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-Manatee-2:15
am t. Petersburg 4:05 i..n

2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrgr 1:35 am j
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am i
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm j
4:05 pm Tampa-Sc. Petersbrg 4:05 pm j
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R. j
Leaves Station Arrives i
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25Tm!

1:4b pm Ucaia-Jacksonville
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville
3:25 pm Ocala-HomosaSsa
:10 am JOcala-Wilcox
7:25 am tOcala-Lakeland

IMondav. Wednesday. Frid.iv

tTuesday, Thursday. Satirc..y

days ago, left this afternoon for their

respective homes.

OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels

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

FOR HIRE Buick six. For quick and

satisfactory service call phone 23x,

or 434. CORDREY BROS. 22-tf

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

FOX

TIRES AND TUBES

E

James Engesser
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE

Ocala
Leon, 2nd

Van L.. 3rd ...... 5
Wood, ss .4
Rymer, If 5
Overstreet, c ..... 6
Brooks, 1st . . 4
Whitney, rf 4

Liddell, cf 5
Taylor, p 5

50 6 13 36 15 8
AB R H PO A E
,6 2 1 2 3 0
5 1 0 2 ,2 0
4 0 1 2 0 2

0 1 2 0, 1
0 19 0 1
0 0 13 1 0
1110 0
0 14 0 1
1 0 0 4 0

44 5 6 35 10 5
Score by innings: R H E
Gainesville 001 000 040 001 6 13 8
Wildcats .,100 000 112 0005 6 5
Summary: Sacrifice hits, Wood,
Whitney, Beck and White. Stolen
bases, Rymer 2. Two base hits Lindsey
and Chancey. Home run, Whitney.
Struc kout by Pfeiffer 10, by Taylor
8. Base on balls off Pfeiffer 2, off Tay-

Hor 8. Hit by pitcher, Pfeiffer 1. Um

pire, Ryman. Time, 2:40.

The beaches of the North and the
rocky shores of New England are
pleasantly reached through use of
Merchants and Miners steamers. Fre Frequent
quent Frequent sailings from Jacksonville. Ad Address
dress Address Mr. C. M. Haile, general agent,
for information. It

Flags for July 4th at THE BOOK
SHOP. 3t

1 FRANK'S
& "The Fashion Center"

Thursday Morning

bull. Joe. Breman.

21-6t

6:45 pm
9:16 pm

8:20 am
7:00 am
6:20 pm
11:59 am

11:50 ir

i

C V. Roberts & Co. 1
it

FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
i
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

Boxed
Writing Paper
removes distance

PHE subtle yet unmis unmistakable
takable unmistakable compliment
that is ever expressed by
THE WRITE GIFT" will wipe
out the miles between you.

Our extensive variety of
styles and grades will In Inspire
spire Inspire a wise selection.
Boxed Writing Paper prices
range from twenty five
cents upwards,

THE BOOK SHOP

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

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Finley and son

, of Savgrmah, who have been guests of

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Henderson and
i family, left yesterday for their home.

j Miss Ava Lee Edwards left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Jacksonville, where she will
be joined by three friends of Daytorta,
and the party will sail today for New
York city, where they will take a
course at Columbia University.

j Your home will have separate light
i switch in every room and is arranged
especially to accommodate your fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Has three bed rooms, each a
corner room and each' accessible to the
other and to the bath by private hall.
For particulars see Ditto or Baxter
,Carn. 22-tf

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
WANTED A good live dry goods
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 your
subscription to the Star is past due,
pay up. Don't try to see how long
M, 1 A 1 11

you can "get Dy ana xnen sweii 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
this method and youll have a clear
conscience and 'sleep well.
STOVE REPAIRING I am prepared
to repair all makes of gas, oil or
.wood stoves on short notice, and
make a specialty of relining. Phone
146. J. G. Meadows. 27-12t

i

i. ( -

j Mrs. Edna Wright is helping Tax
; Collector Stripling with some of his
iwork this week. "Miss Edna," in the
j Star's opinifn, is one of the Marion
'county women who could have public
! office if she wanted it. For several
; years she did most of the work of pre-
paring the county assessment lists
for her father. Mr. Alfred Ayer, and

j both Tax Assessor Colbert and Tax

Collector Stripling praise her effi

ciency. Beside, her cheerful and kind

ly character have won for her the

good will of people all over the coun-

ti; ty, who m tne course ot ner worK

Oct; uiiiu

have come to know and value

FOUND At Silver Springs last. Fri-.

day, boy's cap. Owners-may have
same by describing tap and paying
for this ad. 27-3t

WANTED At once, by young lady,
position in cigar store, drug store
or restaurant. Experienced. Call
at 521 East Oklawaha Ave. 28-6t

FOR RENT Furnished house, close

in: reasonable rent. Call phone

116. 6-28-tf

FOR RENT An apartment of four

rnms. with bath and all modern

conveniences, including garage.
Will rent furnished or unfurnished.
Apply to H. A. Waterman at The
Haberdashery. 28-4t

New shipment
Imported Voiles
also
Improted Novelty
Tissue Voiles
pretty patterns in light
" and dark shades sold
formerly for $1.25 and $1.50
yard for Thursday morning

Special at
as

(g yard

Some new Vanities at THE BOOK
SHOP. 26-3t

Prnnortv Tl";'. 1 rrn i;t HiTO

M V-A K J ..... to A-

Hi i l ... i, a Mrs. Wright, however, has no political
In-r, TVnMiprt- strpot bv making 8: '

V.lV.l:V. ; 0 t, 'aspirations. She doesn't even care to

small pavmenx aown. ouiaiice cj i ,
A... T,.f,,f rnmnan-e i vote. She is one of those who are
terms. Citizens Imestrnent Company, A,
phone 163 22-tf j happiest in helping, and would rather

her. LOST A roll of bills containing $47, j

between MacKay building, postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. Colonial hotel and the Maxine.

Rpturn to S. H. Adams, at the Co- i iS

lonial Hotel. 28-2t

FRANK'S

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