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MAKE IT 1500 MILES
It Would be a Good Idea to Extend
the American Marine Limit Half Half-Way
Way Half-Way Across the Atlantic
Washington, July 7. Prohibition
enforcement officers could board and
search vessels within eighteen miles
of the United States' coast under an
amendment to the tariff bill proposed
today by Senator Sterling of South
Dokta, member of the judiciary com committee.
mittee. committee. The amendment was ordered
to lie on the table and cannot be con considered
sidered considered until after committee amend amendments
ments amendments to the measure have been dis disposed
posed disposed of.
BOATS TO RUN BETWEEN
MIAMI AND BALTIMORE
Miami, July 7. A passenger serv service
ice service by water between Miami and Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore will be inaugurated the com coming
ing coming winter by the Baltimore & Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Steamship Company, according,
to J. T. Bennett, freight agent of the
comuany. Two vessels almost as
large as those plying between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and the north, are now build building
ing building for the service, Mr. Bennett said.
The company now maintains a
freight service between here and Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Charletson and Georgetown.
Local business men through their or organizations
ganizations organizations have for several years
presesd the urgent need of a passeng passenger
er passenger service and plans were in the mak making
ing making to encourage an independent com company
pany company for the purpose.
.Baltimore, it was believed, would be
a better northern terminus for the line
than New York, because the majority
of this city's winter visitors come
from the middle west and it is believ-
- ,ed they would prefer sailing from
The service is expected to be put
into effect in December or January.
Candler, July 6. It rains almost
every day and is seriously interfering
with the harvesting of John Mathews'
big sweet potato crop.- A large force
is at work between showers getting
out the roots. Mr. Mathews expects
to load a car this week.
Miss Vermel Kuppman is visiting
friends in Orlando this week.
. The fourth passed very quietly
here." Nearly every one that could
;went to Belleview to participate" in
the big doings there.
Mr. C. W. Quick, after over thtriy thtriy-five
five thtriy-five years of continuous service with
the A. C. L. R. R. and jts predecessor,
the Plant System, has been retired at
his own request, and we have a new
agent, Mr. Rush from Tarpon Springs.
He and his estimable wife have rooms
at the Clark apartment house. Every Everyone
one Everyone will surely miss, Mr. Quick's fa familiar
miliar familiar f ace at the depot. He will now
give all his time to his store and pecan
J. N. Marshall is having material
laid down for a neat cottage to 'be
built on the corner of his orange grove
near the school building, fronting the
When we read in the Star the ac account
count account of the celebration at Bushnell
on the 4th, when the monument was
unveiled that has been erected to the
memory of Major Dade and his brave
men who were massacred by the In Indians
dians Indians Dec. 28th, 1835, our mind went
back to a cold day in January 1883
when we visited this historic spot.
Over forty years have passed since
then and many changes have taken
place. We will never forget that day.
We went down in the trench where can not write it, and I cannot under under-the
the under-the bodies of the soldiers had Iain for I stand what it is, so we will have to
many years before they were remov-.
ed by the government, and noted the
, large live oak trees growing where
the brave men had "slept that last
sleep t so long. It was rather weird
the trees were heavily draped in moss,
close by was the little pond where the
Indians dragged the cannon and sunk
it. The pine trees were seared by
bullets. We spent quite a while at the
sacred spot and with our camp hatchet
we cut out a bullet from a large pine
tree where it had been lodged for
forty-five years. For a long time we
kept it but it was eventually lost
There was no Bushnell then. The old
F., C. & P. R. R., now the Seaboard,
was built to Wildwood. The country
was very sparsely settled at that
time. We lingered quite a long time
at this battleground which is now be being
ing being made a state park. We are glad
the state is having it done, in memory
.of, those brave -men who fell before
'the fatal fire of the ambushed Indians
that winter morning so long ago.
New Irish potatoes 60 cents a peck
at the U-Serve Stores, 7-2t
fair tonight; Saturday partly cloudy with scattered thunderehowers.
Charles Burgess, Unfortunate Sup
porter of an Unjust Cause,
Died of -His Wounds
Dublin, July 7 (By Associated
Press) Cathal Brugha (Charles Bur
gess), one of DeValera's chief lieuten
ants, jiied today of wounds received
Wednesday while trying to fight his
way clear at the surrender of repub republican
lican republican garrisons in the Sackville street
area. Brugha was one of the most
prominent republican leaders who op opposed
posed opposed the Anglo-Irish treaty." He
was DeValera's minister of defense in
the first Eireann cabinet.
NOT IMPROBABLE IT
WAS DEVALERA'S NAVY
That is Unless Capt. Jago was Look Looking
ing Looking In the Wrong End of His
Boston, July 7. A four-foot model
of a full rigged ship with all sails set
is heading across the Atlantic in the
general direction of Ireland, accord according
ing according jto Captain Jago of the Leyland
liner Caledonia, which arrived today
from Liverpool. Capt. Jago reported
he sighted the strange craft Tuesday
eighty-five miles off Sable Island.
MANY PRISONERS TAKEN
" Approximately 700 irregulars were
taken prisoner dlring the struggle in
ACCIDENT ON THE
Birmingham, July 7. The engineer
and fireman of Seaboard passenger
train No. 6, Birmingham to Atlanta
and Norfolk, were injured when the
train was derailed today at Odenville,
Ala. No passengers were hurt.
NEW YORK CENTRAL CLERKS
DESIRE A LITTLE HOLIIDAY
Syracuse, July 7. Railway clerks
employed on the New York Central
limes voted to strike, .union officials
announced today. The union includes
clerks, freight handlers, express and
NOTHING IN A NAME
Any Old Moniker Will Do To Be
r Married In
Miami, July 7. The renowned love
missive; whose terms of endearment
often carry reflexive powers in breach
of promise suits, stood nobly by An Andrew
drew Andrew Nelson, negro, who wooed his
spouse by mail without knowing her"
Nelson's intended bride could not
pronounce her name when they ap appeared
peared appeared before Carl Holmes Jr., super supervisor
visor supervisor of registration, for the purpose
of getting a marriage certificate.
Their matrimonial inclinations were
seriously threatened when it.' was
made clear to them that while dowries
were not absolutely necessary to this
country the wife's name was essential.
The spouse easily spoke her first
name. It was "Sarah" and had suf sufficed
ficed sufficed for many an engagement as a
washerwoman. But when she em
barked upon the second part, there
resounded a noise well known as the
advertisement of an electric fan.
Mr. Holmes summed up his position
in a few words: "Well, I don't know
this woman's name. The would-be
groom does not know what it is. She
delay the marriage.'
A hard loving man of Nelson's type
was not to be easily defeated, how
ever. He fingered through his pock pockets
ets pockets aimlessly. Presently, there came
forth a soiled missive. The intended
spouse had lived at Key West, Nelson
explained. He had ccrresponded with
her. Someone had written her letters
for her, and maybe her name was re revealed
vealed revealed in one of them. The soiled mis missive
sive missive was badly wrn but it was pos possible
sible possible to make out the letters "N-A-R-D."
Whereupon, Sarah renewed her
efforts at pronouncing her last name.
There emanated the breezy sound
again, and bystanders agred that the
first syllable might be "Bri" which
when coupled with "Nard" made a
If her name wasnt "Brinard," it
should have been, Mr. Holmes ruled,
and the marriage license was issued
The Friendship Wesley Bible class
will hold its regular monthly meeting
at the churchrTriday "evening, July 7,
at eight o'clock.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922
Citizens of the Great Georgia Town
Will Entertain the World In
Atlanta, July 7. Several hundred
Georgians, men and women, met here
today to adopt permanent plans for
holding the World's Fair and Mari Maritime
time Maritime Exposition in Georgia in 1926.
KEEP ON WORKING
v FOR THE CURB MARKET
Oniy a Little Beginning But Persist Persistence
ence Persistence Will Make it Expand
One wagon turned up at the curb
market this morning promptly at 9
o'clock Mr. S. A. Neil of Fellowship,
brought in two crates of frying size
chickens. Within five minutes after
he had arrived in front of the city
hall, both crates of chickens had been
purchased by Miss 'Mary Marshall of
the Marion County Hospital. Had it
not rained this morning it is probable
that there would have been more
farmers at the market. Several ladies
and several men were waiting f oi
the farmers by nine o'clock. The city
manager's office and the Chamber of
Commerce had made arrangements to
telephone the housekeepers when the
farmers arrived. As only one wagon
came it it was not necessary to tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Mr. Neil, who brought in the chick chickens,
ens, chickens, expressed himself in favor of the
curb market. He said that he thought
it was a good thing and that he would
tell his neighbors about it on his re return
turn return to Fellowship. He believes that
it will take some time -to get the
market started, btu that eventually
the farmers will find it a good insti institution.
tution. institution. LITTLE NATION MAKES
A LARGE DEMAND
.-Paris,. July 7. (By the Associated
Press). Rivas Vicuna, Chilean am ambassador
bassador ambassador at Paris, announced at the
closing session of the League of Na Nations
tions Nations that Chile would demand the in inclusion
clusion inclusion of agenda of the fifth Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American conference to be held next
March in Santiago, of the whole ques question
tion question of world disarmament, both nav naval
al naval and military.''
BISHOP MANN AT GRACE
Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, bishop of
Southern Florida of the Episcopal
church, will arrive in Ocala Saturday
afternoon from Orlando to hold -services
at 11 o'clock Sunday morning in
Grace Episcopal church. Bishop Mann
is an interesting speaker and those
who have heard him are always glad
to welcome him on his return visits.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Dewey on Sanchez street was the
scene yesterday afternoon of a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant auction party, when Miss Mar
garet Jackson entertained, compli complimenting
menting complimenting her sister, Mrs. Peter Mack Mackintosh
intosh Mackintosh of Miami.
The hostess and the guest of honor
received informally in the reception
hall, cordially greeting the guests as
they arrived. The tables were placed
in the living room and dining room
and the players of the afternoon lo located
cated located their places with prettily dec decorated
orated decorated tally cards. The next two hours
passed quickly while the players were
intent on the fascinating game, at the
conclusion of which the scores were
collected and the card tables were ar arranged
ranged arranged for tea. The hostess served a
dainty fruit salad course with ice tea
and stuffed dates. Two of the play players,
ers, players, carried away pretty remembrances
of the party, Mrs. J. R. Dewey a box
of gild-edge correspondence cards and
Mrs. Mrs. C. P. Chazal a useful vanity
Those enjoying the afternoon were
the guest of honor, Mrs. Mackintosh,
Mrs. C P. Chazal, Mrs. Sam Leigh,
Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. B. F. Condon,
Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. J. R. Dewey,
Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. W. A A-Wilds,
Wilds, A-Wilds, Misses Mary Burford, Mary
McDowell, Alice Sexton, Marian Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, Mildred and Catherine Pyles, Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Schreiber and Adele Bittinger.
The players were joined for refresh-
ments by Mrs. J. W. Davis and the
little son of lire. Mackintosh, Peter
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
VETS ARE WORKING
Intend to Control Next Congress,
Says Virginia State Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent Anti-Saloon League
Richmond, July 7. In a circular
leter signed by David Hepburn, state
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon
League in Virginia, appealing for
$10,000 "needed to organize the dry
forces in the state and to give the re
cords and wet or dry candidates to
their constituents," the declaration is
made that the "wets are determined
to. control the next Congress."
MAKING A STRIP MAP
From Montgomery to Tampa and Will
Be of Value to Motorists
' of Florida w
Manager L. T. Izlar of the Marion
County Motor Club has received word
from Mr. K. V. Goodson, chief engi engineer
neer engineer of the southeastern department
of the American Automobile Associa Association,
tion, Association, is engaged in making a strip
map from Montgomery to Lake City
a ad from Lake City to Tampa. Mr.
Goodson is expected to arrive in
Ocala about the 9th or 10th. The strip
map is one of the most convenient
forms of. road maps that has been
worked out for the use of motorists.
The maps of the A. A. A.( are avail available
able available free to the members of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Motor Club.
INVERNESS TOOK GAME
FROM OCALA YESTERDAY
Earl Vann pitched Inverness to a
three to one victory over the Ocala
Wildcats Thursday afternoon in In Inverness.
verness. Inverness. Again the too frequent er errors
rors errors of the Ocala boys were instru instrumental
mental instrumental in their defeat. They '.made
more hits than the Inverness boys, but
also made more errors. Vann allow allowed
ed allowed the Wildcats seven hits, while Tay Taylor
lor Taylor held the Inverness team to five
safe ones. Inverness led the game off
with two runs in the first inning. In
the, fourth Inverness added a third
run to her score. In the same old
eighth Ocala made her only run of the
game. Rodriquez, Liddell and Rymer
each clouted out two-base hits as the
hitting features of the game.
BEST DRILLED AMONG
Jacksonville, July 7. Top Sergeant
Percy L. Wall, member of this city's
coast artillery unit of the Florida
National Guard, was recently declared
to be the best drilled guardsman in
the city. He stood up last in a prize
drill. Sergeant Ralph Hore of the
same unit, was awarded. second hon honors.
ors. honors. SOLDIERS WILL WATCH
THE STRIKING SHOPMEN
Jefferson City, Mo., July 7. Na National
tional National Guard companies at Warren Warren-burg
burg Warren-burg and Boonkill have been ordered
to gather at their armories as a pre precaution
caution precaution in connection with the shop shopmen's
men's shopmen's strike, Governor Hyde announc announced
ed announced today.
TWO BURNED TO DEATH
Merville, Vancouver Island, July 7.
Two are known to have been killed,
many are missing and ten houses are
in ruins from fire which last night
swept from the bush through a soldier
settlement here. x
BLALOCK BROS. HAVE ,
TAKEN NASH AGENCY
Mr. Joe Blalock of Blalock Bros.,
went to Palatka yesterday to bring
over the first shipment of Nash cars
to this territory.' The Nash puts out
two of the nicest light cars on the
market in the four and six class.
Messrs. Blalock, Louise Keeffe and
Jack Robertson drove over three cars,
two sixes and one four.
The Layton Hotel is becoming a
refuge for summer widowers, sever several
al several of that sorrowful tribe taking their
meals there now. They are partly con consoled
soled consoled for their loneliness by the satis satisfying
fying satisfying viands mine host Layton sup supplies
plies supplies to them.
A Buckeye paper says soviet Rus-
jsit is no longer able to" help herself.
Nothing left to take apparently
J Phone orders of five- dollars and
lover put up and delivered free at the
U-Serve Stores. Phones 195 & 614. 2t
JAX CLAIMS JEWELL
It 'is Much to be Doubted That Any
Other CSty Will Dispute
' The Ownership
Jacksonville, July 7. B. M. Jewell,
head of the railway employes depart department
ment department of the American Federation of
Labor, and leader of the shopmen in
their nation-wide strike, is a Florida
product. Jewell's parents reside in
DeLand and he is a member of Boiler Boilermakers
makers Boilermakers Union- No. 30 of this city. He
was employed in a Seaboard shop here
from 1912 to 1917 and during that
period was a member of the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville city council one term. In 1914
he sought the democratic nomination
for the state senate from Duval coun county
ty county but was defeated in the primary.
IT IS LIKELY YOU
HAVE NOTICED IT
Reports from Representative Cities
Say Price of Grub is Again
Washington, July 7. A slight in increase
crease increase in the retail cost price of food
products in eighteen out of twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two representative cities of the coun country
try country occurred from May 15th to June
15th, according to a statement today
by the department of labor.;
CYCLONE STRUCK LAKE CITY
Not the Florida but the Kansas Town
Of That Name
Pratt, Kans., July 7. Reports of a
tornado which almost swept away the
town of Lake City, in a border county,
were received here today. The wires
are- down and efforts to communicate
with the town have been unsuccessful.
COME BACK IN OR
FOREVER STAY OUT
Ultimatum of the A. CV L. to Its
Jacksonville, July 7.--Striking
shopmen of the Atlantic Coast Line
who do not return to work by 7 a. m.
July 10, will be permanently out of
the service, according to bulletins
posted in the local shop here today.
"SOME LAY EGGS, 1
SOME LAY NONE"
The purpose of a hen is egg pro production.
duction. production. Some hens dont inherit
egg producing characteristics or ca capacities.
pacities. capacities. Some are not fed in such
a way while growing to develop into
layers. Some are not fed properly,
as hens, for' egg production. J Some
have diseases, such as tuberculosis.
Some are worried by vermin.
In recent years our progressive
poultry keepers have formulated a
number of tests by which we may
quite accurately tell a good layer
from a poor layer. A few farmers in
our own county have culled their
hens by these tests and have been
greatly surprised and highly pleased.
This matter was first called to the
writer's attention by Dr. H. W. Hel Hel-man
man Hel-man and Mr. J. El Baxter of our own
community. Dr. Helman instructed
and assisted Mr. Baxter in culling
about thirty-three hens from his flock
of 100 Plymouth Rocks. These thirty thirty-three
three thirty-three were kept in a yard to them themselves
selves themselves for ten days and averaged only
two or three eggs a day for the entire
lot. The sixty-six good hens kept up
as high production as the whole flock
had formerly given.
This has been the average experi experience
ence experience of all farmers in our county who
have culled. In one flock about sev seventy
enty seventy out of a hundred were rejected
According to the last, census Mar Marion
ion Marion county farmers keep about sixty
thousand hens. If only one-fourth of
them are poor layers it means that
at least fifteen thousand hens are
kept at a loss.
It will be a pleasure to the county
agent to instruct in methods of cull culling
ing culling out slacker hens. It will not be
possible to cull every flock as I would
want the work to be in the nature of
demonstrations where groups of lie
neighbors will come together no some
one's place. ; K. C. Moore,
County Agricultural Agent.
. Russia insists that she cant be
bought, but at the same time it looks
as tho she was being badly sohL
If war operated its business on a C
O. D. basis; there might be fewer
wars. Asheville Times.
This morning, 78; this afternoon, SS.
VOLUME' TTTENTY-EIGHT. NO. 161
STATE ALSO SHIES
Kansas Deals a Blow to the Unions
In Defense of her Industrial
- Topeka, July 7. A state warrant
was issued today against the presi president
dent president and secretary of Federated Shop
Crafts Union No. 11, of Topeka,
charging them with violation of the
Kansas industrial court act in issuing
a strike order which resulted in a
walk-out of shopmen in the Santa Fe
shops here last Saturday.
CANT ENFORCE CLOTURE
Republican as Well as Democratic
Solons Fond cf tbe Soand Of
Their Voices V
Washington, July. 7 The republi republican
can republican move to enforce cloture on the ad administration
ministration administration tariff bill failed today in
The vote on the motion to enforce
the cloture rule was 45 to 35, or joins
les sthan the required two-thirds ma
IRON HAND OF OBREGON
Comes Down with Crushing Force on.
Anarchists at Vera Cruz
Vera Cruz, July 7 (By Associated
Press) Martial law was declared
here after a renewal of clashes be between
tween between the police, soldiers and mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers of the red onion of revolutionary
MRS. W. T. COLE
At three o'clock yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, the friends of the late Mrs. W.
T. Cole gathered at the chapel of Sam
R. Pyles & Company to pay their last
respects to one who had lived among
them as a kind and faithful friend
and neighbor. Rev. C. L. Collins of
me, pu5i .cnurcn, .oi wnicn ue ae-;
ceased was a member and faithful
worker, performed the short service.
There .were many floral tributes to
testify to the kindness and respect in
which the deceased was held. Inter-'
ment was made in Greenwood annex,
the following gentleman acting as
pall bearers: Messrs. H. D. Stokes,
D. Niel Ferguson, J. W, Akin, W. T.
Gary, Frank Gates and William Alt-man..-'
B. & P. W. CLUB
The Business & Professional Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club held a very interesting
meeting Tuesday evening with Mrs.
Walter Hood as the principal speaker.
It being Independence Day, the paper
Mrs. Hood read was appropriate, tell telling
ing telling the story of the signing of the
D eclaration of Independence, what
the people of the nation have done
during the intervening years to main maintain
tain maintain that independence, especially in
the recent great 'war, and. why we
should set aside the day to celebrate
the great event which means so much
to us. : :- .,'
Frank Woodcock Ir, who has been
enjoying several weeks at the home of
his grandmother, Mrs. Jennie CasaiL
left today to to join his mother in
Jacksonville, and from there will go
to New Hampshire for the remainder
of the summer.
s Mr. and Mrs.H. T. Parker of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, parents of Mrs. Karl Eckhardt,
are in town, with a view of making
this their home. Mr. Parker has look looked
ed looked around quite a lot and was surpris surprised
ed surprised to find such a nice farming section
in this state, but also surprised not to
find better roads.1
On account of the illness of several
of the ladies in the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society, the Saturday night
suppers, which they have been serv serving
ing serving in the basement' of the church,
have been discontinued for the pres present.
Miss Catherine Livingston is leav leaving
ing leaving today for Jacksonville, where she
will visit her aunt, Mrs. Inglis, after
which she-will go to Atlantic Beach
for a Visit. She is anticipating a de
I .books on enqueue are painfully si silent
lent silent concerning the graceful way to
scratch a mosquito bite in public
"Say it with flowers," and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, V&
miles out on the DtmneHon road.
Phone SOM. Zinnias, roses, pinks and
pink vine in bloom now. 7-7-lm
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who proved incompetent that is hu humiliating.
miliating. humiliating. Palm Beach Post.
' The carelessness of officials regard
ing elections is most annoying, but it
is nothing new. It has been going on
ever since we can remember, and his
tory says it was going on even before
The ghosts of the men '"who were
1 1 J. IT : n.li'ill
"against the striking miners
liiT. .,; -P
Thanks to the massacre at' Herrin,
every law-abiding person in !" the
mmeV 'as1 a potential murderer.
"Bert M. Jewell, leader of the 400, 400,-000
000 400,-000 striking railroad shop employes,
awaited peace offers from the United
- State railroad labor board .today,"
t says a dispatch 'from Chicago. 8 Mr.
- Jewell realizes he is whipped,, and his
-li'awaiting peace offers',' is camouflage.
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The Irish are very considerate of
they arejearef ul not tojajm their guns
at each other. Jacksonville Journal,
i :J Pon't. ypi? hink , ifcthey are. just
jiajturally, bum shots, An Irishman's
best jweapon is his fist next to that
, a, shillaleah. s
It is reported Hoover will not per-
'i imit.. babies whosejfathers are serving
gTjvithhe Russian, red army," to be fed
wit n in T i nn a ganf rn KtiaaiA. nv inn
. American government, Hoover must
i believe jn. punishing the .children for
ki thft sins of .their parentSjr-Orlando
, ;.-ir.tJJ you.vwii investigate tnat report.
t. weV bet you .will tfind it is a lie.
Have the students attending the
summer schools for', teachers at
Gainesville and Tallahassee been told
just why that report of the investiga investigation
tion investigation of the Flying Squadron was sup sup-,
, sup-, pressed fu Persons" "miending to take
the alleged examinations .for .teach-
' just', what 'tho'se investigators discov-
. ered- Miami Metropolis.
'. Welt," partner,' if t you haye the re report,
port, report, whydon't you print It?, If you
don t want 'to print it "send 'it to the
' Star. The rStkr will p'rint it. or any
".Mther 'mteresting public document.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
. "We are glad to see that a number
. of .the striking railroad "men are going
back to workl We "hone tne Will cret
i- x m- er- - i f
. their jobs back and stay in them tintil
they have a grievance4 tna th4 entire
country will r regard as a grievance.
They, may be assured that the public
"""wilT side" with them1' Vhenever they
have been' oppressiri',the'T public for
I r r - -fc f - .,.... .. r ...
a number or years, and the public is
urea oi it. rteany a generation ago,
labor leader denounced '"gbvernmeni
by injunction," and ""the 'mass of the
people," "not stopping" to think out the
zact tnat tne injunction .is as mucn
" the' weapon 'of the poor 'man as of the
r capitalist,; endorsed the sentiment.
Since then 'the people' have liad time
to tmnic, ana u mere is one tnmg
more'thari another that they are tired
Of it' Is "government by strike." It is
something that has little" influence
with the millionaire, but it grinds the
"faces of 'the common people m the
";,dust. ' '-
An election will have' to be held
again ln4HilIsborough5 county because
R'"6f a error in 'the maimer in" which an
election on three millions dollars of
road bonds was called,' and Dade eoun eoun-''"ty
''"ty eoun-''"ty is threatened with a similar experi-
ence,1 the fault 'there 'beihg with the
" list of registered Voters that was used.-
There hasf been trouble of this kind
' In Palm Beach" county, in one instance
an issue of school bonds being 'defeat-
ive because' the petition "did not con con-'"ta&
'"ta& con-'"ta& ""the requisite number of qualified
signers" and in another case the publi publi--
- publi-- cation of thd'call for election contain-
d an error which necessitated a new
election. To newspaper men who read
'the "exchanges from all over the
state' thethought comes r that these
"instances of 'carelessness in election
..affairs are becoming tod frequent to
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session the 7th day of June, 1922. In
the absence of Mr. W. T. Gary, chair
man, Mr. A. J. Stephens moved that
Mr. C. R. Veal act as chairman. Mo Motion
tion Motion 'seconded by H. G. Shealy and
carried by unanimous vote of the
Mr. J. T. Ross, trustee, and Mr.
Thomas of Pine Level sub-school dis district,
trict, district, came before the board and stat
ed that they thought tney Had enougn
pupils in the community this term for
a school and asked that board grant
teacher for their school. Board asked
them. to take the-matter up with the
other two trustees of the district and
then make recommendation to the
superintendent and if in this recom recommendation
mendation recommendation they could show that there
are enough pupils to. warrant a school,
it would be granted.
Messrs. Parker Painter and Norton
Davis came before the board, making
application for insurance on the An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, school building. As the board
could not at the time take up the
matter it was agreed to meet with
them at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
. Mrs. J. B. Trotter, trustee of Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant school, came before the
board and stated the conditions of wa water,
ter, water, for the Cotton Plant school. For
several years they had been paying
for use of a pump and that this same
money in two or three years would
place a pump on the school lot. Mov Moved
ed Moved by A. J. Stephens, seconded by H.
G. Shealy, that pump be given the
Cotton Plant school. Motion carried
by unanimous vote of the board.
Dr. R. D. Ferguson came before the
board and asked that board make ap application
plication application for Smith-Hughes teacher
for Reddick and Mcintosh school.
Also that the specifications and plans
ff new school house for Reddick be
umed over to George MacKay & Co.
for revision, since the originals were
faulty. Board agreed to take up both
matters at the, next day's session,
when Mr. Gary could be present.
" Prof. Kindle came before the board
and asked that ah appropriation of
$100 allowed for painting the build build-iner
iner build-iner used bv county at Fesseden
Academy. Action deferred until next
Walter Thomas, supervisor of the
Liberty Chapel colored school, came
before the board and asked for pump.
It was agreed as last year that board
would furnish the material if the
community would put it down.
? Board adjourned at noon, on motion
of A. J. Stephens, seconded by H. G.
Shealy, to convene at 1 o'clock Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon.
'Board met "Wednesday afternoon,
June 7th, all member present and
acting except Mr. Gary.
,' A communication from Cecelia A.
Adams, former ptifjeipal of Hard
Rock colored school, asking for the
appointment as principal trl Hie same
school for term of 1922-1923. Also
recommending for assistants Emma
V. McBride and Annie E. Martin. Also
asking that a seven-mcnths term be
given them. Board authorized super superintendent
intendent superintendent to contract with Cecelia
Adams, principal, Emma McBride
and Annie E. Martin ns teachers foi
the Hard Rock colored school for a
term of five months.
As the year for the attendance of officer
ficer officer had about closed, Mr. Barco, at attendance
tendance attendance officer, tame before the
board and with the -members discuss discussed
ed discussed the work for another year. Action
deferred until meeting next day.
Messrs. Parker Painter and Norton
Davis came before the board and aft after
er after discussion it was decided to post postpone
pone postpone insuring' Anthony building until
the meeting in July as there seemed
to be no danger of the destruction of
the house or material as they now
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved at this time.
' The bank accounts of the various
districts were checked, warrants that
had been cashed were cancelled. Re Reports
ports Reports from the banks were apparent apparently
ly apparently correct.
Mr. E. C. Hosford, architect for the
Anthony building, came before the
board. It was decided by the-board
that they with Mr. Hosford and the
superintendent would go oat to An Anthony
thony Anthony and inspect the building. After
this action the board adjourned to
meet at nine o'clock Thursday morn morn-in.
in. morn-in. The board met Thursday morning,
June 8th. with all members present
and acting, Mr. W. T. Gary, chairman,
Mr. Hosford. architect, with W. xi.
Little, contractor, for Anthony school
house, came before the board to dis discuss
cuss discuss the mortar used in the construc
tion of the building. For some cause
the mortar had not hardened as it
should and the architect had given
notice to the superintendent that the
building could not and would not be
accepted until mortar proved satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory and hardened satisfactorally.
As it was time for another certifi
cate to be issued in payment of mate
rial and labor it was agreed by board,
contractor and architect that payment
oe maae, witn tne condition that the
payment of certificate did not mean
acceptance of work. The contractoi
assured the board that the buildine
would be made satisfactory, on his
part, and that he thought the
for mortar not hardening was on ac
count or so much ram and the use ol
green cement brick which caused the
mortar to harden slowly.
Resolution for bonds of the An Anthony
thony Anthony district as prescribed by Attor-
. r i i
Key jiarcra was auiy authorized by
the board on motion of A. J. Stephens,
seconded by C. R. Veal and carried
by unanimous vote of the board, as
A Resolution Authorizing $10,000
School Building Bonds of Anthony
Special Tax School District Number
Thirty-Five, Marion County, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and Fixing the Form and De Details
tails Details Thereof and Providing for the
Levy of a Tax for the Payment of
the Principal and Interest Thereof.
Be It Resolved, by the board of
public instruction for the county of
Marion, that there be issued the nego
tiable coupon bonds for and in behalf
of Anthony Special Tax School Dis District
trict District No. 35, of Marion county, in the
sum of $10,000, pursuant to the elec election
tion election held September 27, 1921, for the
purpose of erecting within said dis district
trict district a public school building for the
exclusive use of the public free schools
within said district.
Be it further resolved, that said is
sue shall consist of ten bonds oi
$1000 each, numbered 1 to 10 inclus
ive, dated January 1, 1922, bearing
interest at seven per centum per an annum,
num, annum, payable on the first, days of
January and July of each year, both
principal and interest to be payable at
the county depository of Marion coun
ty; the principal of bonds numbered
1 to 5, aggregating $5000, shall be
payable January 1, 1932, and the
principal of the remaining bonds ag aggregating
gregating aggregating $5000 shall be payable
January 1, 1942, all without option
of prior payment.
Be it further resolved, that said
bonds shall be signed by the chairman
and attested by the secretary of this
board under the seal of this board,
and the annexed interest coupons
shall be signed with the facsimile sig
natures of said officers; and said
bonds and coupons shall be in sub-
Hstantially the following form
United States of America, State of
rlorida. County of Marion. An
thony : Special Tax School District
Number Thirty-Five School Build
Anthony Special Tax School Dis
trict Number' Thirty-Five of Marion
county, Florida, is justly indebted,
and for value received hereby prom promises
ises promises to nav to the bearer the sum of
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, on the
first day of January, 19.'...', with in
terest thereon at the rate of seven
per centum, payable semi-annually on
the first days of January and July of
each year, upon the presentation and
surrender of the annexed interest
coupons as thev severallv mature
Both principal and interest of this
bond are payable at the county depos depository
itory depository of Marion county, Florida. For
the prompt payment hereof, both
principal and interest as the same
shall fall due, the full faith, credit
and resources of said school district
are hereby irrevocably pledged.
This bond is one of an issue of ten
bonds of like date and amount, aggre aggregating
gating aggregating $10,000, and is issued for the
purpose of erecting within said dis
trict a public school building for the
exclusive use of x the public free
schools within said district, under the
authority of and in full compliance
with section o79 et seq., Revised Gen
erai statutes oi norma, izu, and
pursuant to a vote of a majority of
the duly aualihed electors of said dis
triet who are freeholders thereof, vot
ing at an election duly called and held,
and resolutions duiv passed by the
board of pubHe instruction for Mar
It is hereby certified ad recited
that all acts., conditions and things re
quired bv the constitution and laws of
Florida, to happen, exist and be per
formed precedent to and m the issu
ance cf this bond, have happened, ex
ist and have been performed in regu
lar and due form and time as so re
quired; that the indebiedness of said
district, including this "-bond, does not
exceed any constitutional or statutory
1 imitation" thereon; and that provision
has been made iy resolution of said
county board of public instruction for
the creation of a sinking fund for the
payment of the principal of said
bonds at their maturities, and for the
levy and collection of a sufficient an
nual tax upon all taxable property
within said district for the mainte
nance- of said sinking fund and for
the payment of interest upon the said
bonds as the same shall fall due.
In Witness Whereof the board of
mrbiic instruction for the county of
Marion. Jias. caused this bond to be
executed oh ihalf of the said An
thony Special Tax School District
number thirty-five, of Marion county.
Florid, by the chairman of said
board, under its corporate seal, and
attested by its eeretary, and has
caused the annexed interest coupons
to be signed with the facsimile signa
tures of said chairman and secretary,
all as of the first day of January,
Ghairxcan of the Board of Public In
struction or the County of Marion,
Secretary of the Board of Public
Instruction for the County of Mar
No COUPON. JS5.00
On 1, 19... Anthony Spe
dal Tax School District Number
Thirty-Five, Marion County, Florida,
will pay to bearer at the county de depository
pository depository of Marion county, Florida,
the sum of thirty-five dollars, being
months interest then due on its
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county, in chancery, on the
13th day of February, 1922.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Be it further resolved. That for the
purpose of providing for the payment
of the principal and interest of the
said bonds promptly as the same shall
become due, a sinking fund be, and
the same is hereby created in accord accordance
ance accordance with section 593, Revised Gen General
eral General Statutes of Florida, 1920, and
that in each of the following years
there shall be levied by the board cf
county commissioners upon the real
and personal oropertv. railroads, tele-
-m - m
graph and telephone lines owned or
situated within the said Anthony Spe
cial Tax School District No. 35, a tax
not exceeding five ($0,005) mills on
each one dollar of valuation, sufficient
to produce the following sums from
each of said annual levies:
Levy For For
Made In Interest Sinking Fund
1922 $1400 .$500
700 ... 500
700 ......... 500
700 .... 500
350 ..... 500
350 ... .. 500
350 ......... 500
350 ......... 500
350 ......... 500
175 ... .. 500
which said tax shall be collected as
other taxes are collected.
The matter of employing Smith-
Hughes teacher for the Reddick
Mcintosh district was discussed. The
superintendent reported a conference
of Mr. Haynie, Mr. Philips, the trus
tees of the Keddick school and him
self, m which Mr. Haynie and Mr.
Philips stated that they had about
hve new men to place m Florida, this
year and that they had picked out
that location on account of the very
exceuent larmmg conditions that pre
vailed m that section. That the
Smith-Hughes fund would pay a man
sizo per month if the county would
pay $50. It was agreed by the board
that they would make application for
the fund and pay about one-third of
the amount necessary. As this was
m agreement with the discussion of
Dr. Ferguson, representing Reddick.
the superintendent was asked to make
Mr. R. B. Fant. trustee and a Mr.
Lynne from Fantville district No. 4.
came before the board and discussed
the plan of going to Fellowship, stat
ing that they felt they were not get
ting the education that the pupils
needed in their one-teacher school and
that, they were willing to consolidate
with Fellowship. Mr. Fant asked that
petition be drawn cup in proper form
and they would circulate same in their
district and return it to superinten superintendent.
dent. superintendent. The board stated that "they
were willing to transport the school
to r ellowship if a majority of the par
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Affleck Millinery Parlor
111 E. Broadway
(Continued on Third Page)
0 MJK OclKAliil
At Your Home
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, $1X0, delivered; talf-gailon, 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 ButferJDailyv -Can
now be had at the following places. r
Farmers Exchange Store Main Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five U-Serve Stores..
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve Stores.
MARIQN COUNTY CREAM EH Y CO.
. Phone 01 '
school building bond dated January,
Chmn. Board of Public Instruction.
Sec'y- Board of Public Instruction.
' Be it further resolved, That; there
shall be printed upon each of said
bonds a certificate of validation in the
following form, to-wit:
"Validated and confirmed by decree
of the circuit court of the Fifth Judi-
: stMFmi Mir J
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The high milmgg rcconls of Fircstoj
plsa&ue the fact t&at Firestone xneta
yhese records, ; tteday facreailaff
totals, justify the Ftrestone 'contenl
way to build tires.
Among the primary source of FJr
dosle fipanpping-Ahp safuraon of
cf liquid ginntjius coating each cord i
internal heat ana xncuon.
Cords coQtisue to csv
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Many cord tires are good-a few are better Firestone userf
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Those who have already experiencedFirestone mileage, have
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OCALA EVENING STAB. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922
We want to see that old tire
or tube before you throw it
TIRE AND VULCANIZING
All Hats in stock re reduced
duced reduced to
Come see Oar Stock Before
They Are Gone
The Style Hat Shop
Mss Rena Smith
North Magnolia Street ..
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.
Fifty pair men's shoes, factory cost
today is $6.75. Will close out at, $5.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 4-6t
J02tr Best to
TSKW always be sure to
THE UMTVERS AIATR ACTQ
Fordson Often Does More
In a Day Than Six Horses
The Fordson srrfrslitnles motors for rrmscfcs.
v The Fordson snt ffd U i tractor fortho
legs of man and horse.
The Fordson takes the burden cF flesh ?M
blood and puts it on steel ;
It allows the farmer energy to ba devoted to
management, and not merery to operation. It -gives
him time. It cots his producing- costs.
There's a big story of saaongs made possiHa
by the Fordson. Iygf tfiH yen, Wiit
s phone or can,
TUCKER & SIMMONS
&OAED OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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' 112 Fort King Avenue
. Ocala, Florida
(Continued from "Second Page )
trons were willing and desired a pe petition
tition petition from Fantville district.
. Addie Starke, teacher of Bethlehem
colored school came before the board
and asked that a new School house
be given them, stating that the pa patrons
trons patrons were willing to give about $300,
to do the hauling and the labor. As
they are in need of building the board
agreed that if .they, would contribute
the, amount they promised and do the
laber under a carpenter that it would
grant the house.
Board adjourned at noon to meet j
at 1:30 Thursday afternoon. ;
The board met Thursday afternoon
with all membere present and acting.
It was agreed by the board to have
George MacKay & Co. revise specifi specifications
cations specifications for the Reddick building.
Mr. u T. Izlar came before the
board and made application for in insurance
surance insurance or part thereof on the new
building at Anthony. Board assured
Mr. Izlar that his application would
receive due consideration at the time
they issued insurance on building in
the July meeting.
The board took under Considera Consideration
tion Consideration the appointment of an attendance
officer for another year. As on- the
whole Mr. Barco's term had been suc successful
cessful successful he was reappointed as attend attendance
ance attendance office on motion of C. R, Veal,
seconded by A. J. Stephens and car carried
ried carried by, unanimous vote of the board.
As he had much traveling to do it was
agreed in the same motion to allow
$100 salary and $35 expense per
Teachers' reports and sundry bills
were examined and those, in due form
and properly authorized were ordered
paid. Warrants on general fund were
ordered drawn beginning with No.
5983 and ending with No. 6073 includ including
ing including interest coupon and renewals of
Superintendent reported that on in investigation
vestigation investigation the Todd Lumber Com-i
pany of Ocala furnished lowest esti estimate
mate estimate of $1800 on lumber for Union
school and that order had been placed
with them for the needed lumber.
As no further business appeared,
the board adjourned to meet July 5,
1922. As the next meeting would fall
on a national holiday, July 4th, it
was decided by the board to meet on
Wednesday, July 5th, instead. -H.
G. Shealy, Secretary.
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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star July 7, 1902)
Henry Livingston was greatly elat
ed yesterday on receiving a letter
from the New York Life Insurance
Co. of New York, saying that of tht.
forty agencies in this district, Henry
stood at the head in the amount of
business he had written during he
month of June
Mr. Tom Harris gave a picnic at
Silver Springs in honor of some out
of town friends who are visiting him.
Mrs S. P. Anthony and" son Ned,
of Cedar Key, are visiting friends in
L. C. Bell Ford & Hiller's popular
superintendent of the Alice mine, is in
' Albertus Vogt and R. H. Saitders of
Dunnellon were in town yesterday.
Mrs. R. S. Hall and children and
Miss Mattie Williams left yesterday
for iGlen Springs,' N. C, to spend
Mr. Marcus Frank of the Boston
Store left yesterday for Columbia, S
C, and Asheville, N. C for a month's
rescreation and rest.
Lee Cox has accepted a position
with Chas. E. Taylor.
Ocala. Ten Vears Ago ;
. (Evening Star July 7, 1912)
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff and
daughter Rose, are home from a visit
to Mrs. Nathan Crown in Tampa.
Leroy Bridges has taken a position
as salesman with Baxter Carn's big
grocery store. v
Mrs. H. V. McDavid went to Dun
nellon this afternoon to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Dorsey.
Miss Irma Feltham, who has been
visiting Miss Isabel Davis of Sum
merfield, has returned home.
Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Hampton have
one of the Connor cottages at North
Lake Weir and will go down for a
The Ocala Rifles forty-six strong,
officers and men, left for the state en
campment at Black Point.
Dr. H. C Dozier is just up from a
very severe sickness. The doctor and
his wife will leave next week for Day-
HIGH GRADE PAINT
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Tickets sold for all trains July 12th,
limited to reach Ocala returning by
midnight July 18th. For tickets and
reservations call on
J. F. RICKETSON,
Depot Ticket Agent, Ocala.
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Dir. Pass. Agent, Tampa, Fla.
Salt Springs Water
We always have on
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ready for delivery in five
. PHONE 167
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi
cial Oil-cult of riort da. In and lor
Virion t'anntr in Chancery.
I Jean Gilchrist Attwood. Complainant.
vs. FranK Aliwooa, iieienoanu
Order for Constructive Service.
Tt is ordered that the defendant here
in named, to-wit: Frank Attwood. be
and is hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaint mea in mis cause on
'Monday, the 7th day oi August.
Tt is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once- a week
I tor eient consecuun, wee&s m iue
I Ocala Evening: Star, a. newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 27th day of Alar lzz.
(Seah T. D. LANCASTER. JR.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
By it. iv. JtJATTS. D. C
T. S. TRAXTHAM.
Complainant a Solicitor. 8-;-tm
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flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and f 2 packages at the
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pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
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t. Boarding Department limited. $100.000.00 bj
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i. New School Building, modern fa Equipment
with provision for open-air cl&aa room.
3. Departmenta: Grammar School, Academic
Coll eg--Preparatory, Music, Art. Expresaiaa
Domestic Science and Arta.
t Physical Training a featare.
44th Sesion beeins September 14. 1922L
Writ for illustrated catalogue.
UD. and EMMA B.SCOTT. Principal
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that your bakings are pure,
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Good flour is all flour with
the nutritive value of wheat
Mix it with good baking pow
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No ready mixed substitute will
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For wholesome, nourishing
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vnn am iiQina selr-nsinc
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simply mail postcard for Famous 3-Day i
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Yeast is recommended and guaranteed
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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-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am JackaonviHe-N'Y ork 2:10 a
1:50pm Jacksonville 1:50pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville Z.IQ pm
2:15 am St Petersburg "4:05 aa
2:55 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg l-XSmm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4 :05 pm Tampa-SL Petertbrg 4:C5pm
ATLANTIC CO AST LINE'S. B.
Leaves . Station Arrivea
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonvilla 12:25 pa
1:45 pm O cala-J acksonville ',, 6:45 pm
3 :25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg 9:18 pa
23 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:2082a
2:27 am Ocala-Jackaonviile 7:00 aia
3:25 pm Ocahv-Homosassa 6:20 pm
:10 am JOcala-Wilcox 11:59 am
7:25 am tOcalaLakeland 11:50 acr
J Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Our stock of fresh meats, vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry is always Use best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
prompt delivery. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 2-tf
Hangs Creps on ;i
User of Sweet Dream Pays W W-'
' W-' nal Tribute to Caee Usefcl
"Once useful but now forever laid
aside," reads, in part, the obituary.
With fitting .ceremony, a druggist
at Montgomery, Ala placed in his t
window a mosquito net drawn aside
and tied with crepe. : s
In this window were also placed a
few bottles of Sweet Dreams.
, And clearly he showed to his trade
that mosquito nets had become things
of yesterday that Sweet Dreams had i
taken their place.
Thousands are learning the same
lesson daily, for Sweet Dreams is the.
greatest mosquito remedy ever made.
Sold by all druggists, everywhere.
Liberal bottles, 35c or 3 bottles for
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
. THE GREATER
Mrs. J. E. Evansias returned from
a visit to Sparta, Ga. v
New Irish potatoes 50 cents a peck
at the U-Serve Stores. -7-2t
A Smart Oxford that Gives Months of Hard
There are a lot
-give good service, but they give
it grudgingly, painfully.
The shoe pictured here is a no notable
table notable exception to the rule. It
' never grows tired of well-doing.
It is. a Red Cross Shoe made
f. to fit the foot in action made to
: serve :r active feet comfortably.
- Fashioned of Russia Calf, low
walking heel. A smartly deco-
rated tip lends to this shoe a bit
." of distinction.
: V ; There are a host of the sea sea-.
. sea-. son'e new styles in the Red Cross
; Shoe on display here delightful
to. the eye, comfortable to the
- foot and easy on the purse.
This oxford costs
'...'V" Y. M. B.
- Our drivers want to help you get all
the ICE you need every day this sum summerbut
merbut summerbut they need your help".
When you put your ICE CARD out
on time; you save them extra trips
and that's saving ice for -everybody.
When you keep the ice compartment
of your refrigerator v freer from food
and bottles, you Are saving time and
'ice..'-- -rt; K--' ..
'," Just 'these two simple rules, follow follow-ed
ed follow-ed daily, wiU help us maket: sure that
you are well served this summer.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
r PHONE 34; OCALA, FLA. s
Phone 597 Night Phone 408
We Specialize In
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
GrvifUP A TRIAL
Osceola St. fast oil Ft. King
(RATES under this headLnsr are as
. follows: .Maximum of six lines one time
25c: three times 60c: six-times 75c: one
month $3.00. .All accounts payable la
avaaee except to those wno nave reg
nlar advertising accounts. f.
H. H. SUMMERLIN Shoe Repair
Shop, 2 Magnolia St., west of the
courthouse. Repairing youths shoes
60c and $1; adults $1.25, -$1.50 and
$1.75; all others $2.25 and $2.50. lm
WOOD! Four foot wood reduced to
$3.50 per cord until Sept.' 1st. Now
4 is the time to lay in your winter's
supply. E. Gibbons, N. Osceola St.,
- Phone 471-Blue. ?. 5-tf
FOR ; RENT A six-room cottage,
screened throughout;' all modern
conveniences; immediate possession
""if desired. ,R. L.' Carter, taxi driver.
V .Phones 526 or 527- &-tI
FOR RENT For July and August,
bungalow, beautifully furnished;
- Urge living room, three bed rooms
etc.; one block from ocean. Ad-
dress Box 786, Daytona, Fla. 4-3t
SALESMEN WANTED Two addi
tional salesman for Ocala and Mar
ion county; bond and car necessary.
Address Singer Sewing Machine
Co., Gainesyile, Fla. 4-5t
FOR SALE Following" f used cars
traded in on Studebakers: 1922
Buick four touring, thoroughly over
, hauled by Seneff and in good condi
tion, cord tires $650, terms or trade
; 1917 Buick six touring. This is in
. 'unusually good ; mechanical condi
tion, tires very good,-spare on rear.
of shoes that
" motrmeter, bumper, f well cared
for, $325, salf cash; 1918 Buick four,
Mr. Clair's car, condition like new,
at special price; 1920 Ford touring,
with starter, demountable rims, good
tires, owned by Mr. Lyles, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, $275. Cars can be seen at
Bridges garage. Will gladly dem demonstrate.
onstrate. demonstrate. McLeod & Waters, Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker dealers. This is a greater
Studebaker year. 7-l-6t
'OR RENT Two er three unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished rooms. All conveniences. Apply
at No. 104 N. Sanchez St. 5-3t
'OR SALE On Fort King avenue,
easy terms, one lot 70 x 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East Fort King
avenue. f ri-sat-tf
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
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
FOR, RENT Furnished house, close
in; reasonable rent. Call phone
FOR RENT Three or four rooms
furnished for, light housekeeping.
Apply to 212 Orange Ave. tf
SPECIAL, SPECIAL, SPECIAL
Marmon 7-passenger. touring. Fair
condition, $425. Spenver-Pedrick
Motor Co. Phone 8. 7-1-tf
WANTED Sweet milk customers.
Sweet milk 10c. a quart delivered
morning and evening. Drop me a
card. Robert O. Williams, Mgr. R.
A., care J. T. Nelson. l-6t
FOR RENT Two large, airy rooms
with private bath. Als otable board
ers wanted at the Arms House, tf
WANTED By a middle aged man,
room and board, or board only, in
a privte. family. Address P. O. Box
95, Ocala. 7-7-3t
FOR RENT To couple, lower floor
of house conveniently located, two
blocks of postoffice; five rooms, two
porches and a garage. Rent reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. See D. R. Connor in shoe
department at H. B. Masters Co. 3t
NOTICE, W. O. W.
The institution of Citra Camp,
Woodmen of the World, will take place
Friday, July 7th, at 8 p. m., at the
school house at Citra. All members
of Fort King Camp No. 14 are invited
to attend and should get in communi communication
cation communication with C K. Sage at once.
All members of Fort King Camp
No. 14 who are interested in the de degree
gree degree team work will please meet at
the Woodmen hall Wednesday night,
July 5th, 8 o'clock.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Enjoy the luxury of wonderful days
and nights at sea and use the Merch
ants & Miners steamers from Jack
sonville for the north. Considerable
reduction in summer excursion rates.
Jacksonville tov Montreal, Quebec,
$81.60 vio Baltimore or Philadelphia.
uoerai siop-over privileges, ii
Charlotte, the infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Balkcom, has been
very sick but is much better.
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Ladies' Keds, high top, value $2.50,
to close out at $1.50. Children's sizes
up to 2 at $1.00. Little's Shoe Par
E. H. Cordrey, who has been visit
ing his brothers here, will leave to
morrow for Camp McElroy, Atlanta.
Careful attention to the wants of
people who know good meats when
theysee them is what has built up ihe
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2-tf
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 ..
Miss Louise Johnson of Tampa ar
rived in. Ocala Wednesday and will
spend several days with her cousin,
Miss Marie Snowden.
: Property will go up now. See Ditto
and secure that nice home going up
on Dougherty street by making a
small payment down. Balance on easy
terms. Citizens Investment Company,
phone 163. 22-tf
The friends of Mr. W. A! Knight
will regret to learn that he has been
sck for the past week and is 'still un unable
able unable to leave the house.
A nice, thoroughly modern bunga bungalow
low bungalow home for somebody is being built
by the Citizens- Investment Co. on a
ot on Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Call and see it. Phone
285 for particulars. 22-tf
Mrs. C. L. West expects to leave to
morrow for a, visit of some length
with friends in Nashville and other
places in Tennessee.
Phone orders of five dollars and
over put vup and delivered free at the!
U-Serve Stores? Phones 195 & 614. 2t'
Mrs. R. C. Layton is home from a
several weeks visit to Georgia. She
had a good visit but is glad to be in
Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries fer dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf
Mrs. J. W. Dumas is home from
several weeks visit to Miami. Mr.
Dumas went for her via rail and they
returned to Ocala in their car.
Messrs. Edward and Paul Snowden
went to Oxford Wednesday and will
spend several days with their aunt,
Mrs. T. J. ,Bailey and family.
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Misses Margaret Taylor and Carrie
Barco, president and secretary of the
Ocala B. & P. W. Club, expect to leave
tomorrow for Cincinnati, to attend
the national convention of that or organization.
ganization. organization. Your home will have separate light
switch in every room and is arranged
especially to accommodate your fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Has three bed rooms, each, a
corner room and each accessible to the
other and to the bath by private halL
For particulars see Ditto or Baxter
Miss Ruby Cappleman of the Ocala
National Bank, will spend her vaca-
J tion in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Capple Capple-I
I Capple-I man, Misses Ruby anud Dorothy Cap Cap-!
! Cap-! pieman leave tomorrow in their car
I for a two weeks' trip down the East
Mr. G. S. Scott returned from his
iRotarian trip to California yesterday.
I He says it is a great country out there
I and must be seen to be appreciated.
1 Mrs.- Scott remained in Birmingham
for a few days, the guest of her son,
Dr. Scott. '
OCALA to MACON
ROUND TRIP i
Connections at Jacksonville with all
trains. Tickets good in Pullman cars.
Final limit midnight July 18th. For
full particulars and Pullman reserva reservations
tions reservations call on Ticket Agent.
Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
PACIFIC MUTUAL MULTIPLE
Permanent Total Disability,
H. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
CRESCENT FISH MARKET
On hand at all times a large stock
of fresh and salt water fish. Daily
shipments. Will dress and deliver to
any part of the city on short notice.
Phone 562. 7-tf J, G. JONES.
SPECIAL, SPECIAL, SPECIAL
Marmon 7-passenger touring. Fair
condition, 425. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co. Phone 8. 7-1-tf
Now is your chance to get a hice
cottage home at reasonable price, on
easy terms and especially planned for
convenience and home comforts, call
at 109 Doueherty street and see this
house. Ditto will show you and give
The salvation of the Florida farmer
this season is cotton. Don't let the
boll weevil get yours. Let the Clark-
son Hardware Company tell you how
to control this pest. 7-5-12t
A few odds in ladies' low shoes, for former
mer former rice J6.00 to $8.00, to close out
'at.SLSO. Little's Shoe Parlor. 4-6t
We Announce the Y
Arrival of the
NASH SIX NASH FOUR
CALL ON US FOR DEMONSTRATION
Corner OUawaha and Main Street
ARE YOU PARTICULAR ?
About your meat? If it is clean and fresh? Call on us or call
us up. We can satisfy your wants. Good quality and low prices.
'' '-'if ....'
Kingan Hams,; 8 to io lbs., 40c lb v W. Pork Roast, 25c lb
F, Beef Roast, 12 i-2c and 15c lb
Fresh ground Hamburger, 20c lb. Fresh dressed youngChicken
eagiIe meat market
SEABOARD AIRLINE RAILWAY
' Fmm:fy to
savannah8 r s.oo
FINAL RETURN LIMIT. MIDNIGHT, JULY 18
, 4 ' '
SHORTEST; AND QUICKEST ROUTE
Tickets good in Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars. Spe Special
cial Special equipment will be provided. Tickets will be sold
for trains No. 2, No. 4 and No, 16, July 12th. No bag baggage
gage baggage checked, For reservations and all particulars,
call' on Local Ticket Agent, or, write R. H. RoJfe, ,D. P.
A, Hillsboro Hotel Building, Tampa, Fla.
T M E
UNITED STATES STRAIGHT SIDE FABRICS
Xl Preferred Wholesale
33x4 19.25 v
KUMBACK SERVICE STATION
dbk. J. wEinx,
114 Main Street, Jactsonrille
18 East Broadway, Ocala '.
r See the house now la course of con
struction on Dougherty street. If yoa
would like to cwn it e Cars or Ditto
and have any changes yon would like
made before it is too Tate.! Let me
show yoa the many attractive features
'here. W. Ditto..-' 22-tf
122 Main StreeC
Ek L E
Tires No War Tax
XOTICE OP APPLICATION
PtlR AlMpTIO?f OF CHILD
Notice is hereby 1tii that -the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned Thomas 13. Fitzpatrlck and
hln wife, 'Alice -PJtspatricH, who reside if
in -Marion county. Florid, intend to ap apply
ply apply to the Honorable V. a Bullock,
judge of the circuit court of the Fifth
Judicial Oireuit of Florida, at hWofftee
in the Marion county court bona, in.
Ocla, Florida, at the hoar of nine :
o'clock a. m.., July 15th, 1922. for an
order to legalize the adoption hy them
of Frank Hernandez, a minor of the age
of seven year.
THOMAS B FITZPATRlCSL
AJUCE FTTZPATRICK. 1-Frl
.. New. Irish potatoes 50 cents a peck
at the U-Serve Stores. 7-2t-
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