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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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NINO
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight, Tuesday local thundershowers.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 7
afUrr;cn, 82.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:34; Sets, 7:30.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1922
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PRESIDENT HAS A
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A LIVELY WEEK
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Submits to Mine Owners and Workmen-Proposition
that May Lead to
Ending the Strike

Washington, July 10. (Associated
Press). The conference of bitumi bituminous
nous bituminous coal operators and officials of the
miners' union adjourned its sessions
today to go directly to President
Harding at the White House. The
participants said they were unable to
reach an agreement.
PRESIDENTS PLAN
The government prepared today to
put its own plan of settlement of the
bituminous coal strike before repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the operators and min miners,
ers, miners, who reconvened in the conference
held at the call of President Harding.
It is not known what the plan is but
the impression is that the president
will tender arbitration on some basis.
HIS PROPOSITION
President Harding submitted to the
miners and operators a proposal that
the miners return to work at the wage
scale in existence when work was
suspended April 1st and continue to
work on that scale until August 10th,
meanwhile an arbitration board being
appointed to negotiate a new wage
scale.
UNCLE JOHN SHELLED OUT
Greasy Creek, Ky., July 10. Uncle
Johnny Shell, Kentucky's oldest citi citizen,
zen, citizen, said to have been 134 years old,
died here today of infirmities of old
age.
Among the mourners at Uncle
John's funeral were two sons, Will William
iam William aged ninety, and- Albert age
seven. Albert is the offspring of a
second marriage, Uncle John's first
wife, two years his senior, having died
about ten years ago. Uncle John was
127 years old when Albert was born.
DAD'S DAYS
(Kissimmee Valley Gazette)
"The "Yowell-Drew Company, of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, suggests some nice things for
the women folks that'll tickle 'em al almost
most almost to death. They outline an every
day program, something like this:
Get up at eight; slip out of your
slipons; get into a smart hiking suit
for a few miles of trotting erroun' be before
fore before breakfast.
After breakfast, followed by tennis
work, crawl into the bathing snit, go
in the water, and get clean again.
That's at eleven o'clock.
After luncheon at one o'clock run
about the links a while chasing that
durned little ball.
At four sit on the veranda and drink
tea, read a book and gossip a bit.
At seven-thirty eat dinner in a lace
or beaded georgette gown; then go
autoing or to a dance.
Everyone of these things needs a
different garb.
Think of "poor old dad!"
Get up a six-fifteen. Rake up the
yard till breakfast is ready, after hav
ing slipped out of his nightie, which
lacks three buttons, into a'Palmbeach
suit which needs pressing.
At seven-thirty hustles down to
work in the same clothes, planning
where he is going to get the kale to
pay the second installment on that
. cord tire.
At noon he hustles into one of those
eye-it-and-grab-it foundries, tossing
up half a dollar to see if he'll give it
all to the slip puncher or make a fifty fifty-fifty
fifty fifty-fifty split with himself.
At twelve-thirty, after banking his
fodder and holding it down with
three glasses of ice water, he hikes
back to his job still wearing those
same old duds.
At four he sits and inhales a cig
arette and wonders how'n thunder he
is going to get the electric light bill,

the water bill, the repair bill, and f resh butter beans, roating ears, to-Yowell-Drew's
bill paid on the first 'mr.toes. beets, bread and butter, the
he re?.Hy should have another pair of usual accompaniment of meats and a
trousers for his one pair needs press- j desert of egg custard.

ing and then sighs and goes to his
work.
At six he goes home to listen to the
current events of the day as collated
by other members of his family; takes
one o' those Christmas cigars, goes
out on the porch and hears how other
men support their families m the style
to which they've been accustomed
with accentuation on the "cuss."
Poor old dad! He has three hun hundred
dred hundred and twelve days a year but
darned if any of 'em really fit him.
AUTO VERSUS TROLLEY
Scottsburgh, Ind., July 10. Three
persons were killed when an inter inter-urban
urban inter-urban car demolished an automobile
at a crossing here today.
Mrs. E. O. Powell and Miss Martha
Powell of Conner were in town today.!

Republican Movement Breaking Down
Everywhere Except in The
Vicinity of Cork

London, July 10. (By Associated
Press). Latest reports from Ireland
indicate the republican movement is
collapsing everywhere except in the
Cork district, where it is believed im important
portant important events may be expected soon.
WORK JUDICIOUSLY
MINGLED WITH PLAY
Marianna, July 10. Boys sent to
the Florida Industrial School here
have ample time for recreation, espe especially
cially especially since their day is from 4:15 a.
m. to 8 p. m except on special occas occasions,
ions, occasions, but they work, too, and while
that work goes a long way toward
making the institution self support supporting,
ing, supporting, it equips the lads with knowledge
of a trade which later may be the
means of their support.
Virtually all of the brick used in
construction of the buildings of the
institution are made by the boys un under
der under the supervision of an expert and
their product is said to be equal to
the best on the market.
All of the bread consumed at the
school is made in the school bakery
and indications are that it will not be
long before the youthful bakers are
turning out a surplus to be sold in
the city of Marianna. Several boys
who learned the baker's trade in the
school now are earning their living at
the work.
The canning plant has just been
completed and it is proposed to put
up a large amount of vegetables
grown on the school truck farm for
use during the winter.
The school has a printing plant and
"The Light," a neat paper turned out
in pamphlet form, is the official pub publication
lication publication of the institution. It carries
each week the week's Sunday school
lesson and news of the activities of
the school and it is hoped later to de
velop the plant in such a manner as
to make it possible to turn out a
large quantity of the official printing
for the state.
The industrial building is now be
ing equipped with drills, lathes,
presses and wood working machinery
and the establishment of a black
smith shop is under way. The ma
chines will be operated with electric
motors which will obtain their power
from the plant nearby. The electric
plant and pumping station are operat operated
ed operated under the direction of a general
mechanical superintendent, by boys
who specialize in that work.
The school laundry cared for all the
"wash" and it is expected soon to ob obtain
tain obtain loundry work from the hotels in
Marianna and nearby cities.
A negro educator and his wife have
charge of the negro lads and the
school is destined to turn out more
embryo tailors than any other institu institution
tion institution in Florida. The negro boys
operate a tailor shop, cut out from
large bolts of khaki and denim, suits
for the white boys and the negros,
the former receiving the khaki and
the latter the denim. The cut cloth is
turned over to a squad of lads in
charge of a half dozen sewing ma
chines for finishing and when the
suits leave the tailor shop they are
ready for use. The trousers cost the
state about fifty cents each.
On the farm the livestock includes
twenty mules and horses and twenty
ploughs are kept busy every day. Of
the sixty head of cattle approximate approximately
ly approximately twenty-five are furnishing milk
Three hundred head of hogs roam the
pastures.
The school farm virtually feeds the
boys and their caretakers, producing
almost every article of food served
except flour and a few other acces
sories. A typical dinner, or lunch as
. it is termed in some parts of the coun-
I try, includes at this time of the year,
The boy sent to Marianna by the
juvenile court will not rest upon a
bed of roses after his arrival but he
will not be in a prison and it is taken
for granted that when he leaves he
wni be better off physically and men-
tally than when he came.
CARD OF THANKS
Editor Star: Please allow me space
in your paper to thank the many
friends for their words of sympathy
and beautiful flowers, at the' death
and burial of our mother.
Harry O. Cole and Family.
Leesburg, July 8.
LIBRARY NTOICE
The regular monthly meeting of the
library board -will be held tomorrow
night at the library at 3 o'clock.

Interstate Commerce Commission Will
Make Them Immediate Sub-
ject of Investigation

Washington, July 10. Notice was
given by the Interstate Commerce j
Commission today that an investiga investigation
tion investigation would be instituted immediately
into the reasonableness of existing ex express
press express rates in all parts of the country.
Hearings will be fixed later and a
plan of procedure outlined. Through
freight rates were reduced generally
10 per cent from the highest levels
reached during the war on July 1st.
Express rates have been maintained
substantially unchanged since 1920.
DEMAND ON GARVAN
Formal demand was made today in
New York on Francis P. Garvan for
return to the alien property custodian
of all patents formerly enemy owned
and sold to the Chemical Foundation
while Garvan was alien property cus custodian.
todian. custodian. Garvan is president of the
Chemical Foundation.
THE GUARD BEGAN
Reversed Herrin on Strikers
Clinton, Ills.
At
Clinton 111., July 9 (By Associated
Press). The first trouble in the rail railroad
road railroad shopmen's strike occurred here
yesterday when a guard, employed by
the Illinois Central railroad, shot and
killed James Fitzgerald, age twelve,
wounded his father, a striker, by
shooting him through the leg, and
wounded a passerby. The latter was
shot through both legs.
It is said the trouble started when
the guard told a number of strike
sympathizers to keep off the right of
way, declaring he would "shoot the
first man who stepped over the dead
line." Fitzgerald, it is claimed, step
ped over, with a pistol, and invited
the guard to "begin shooting."
AMERICAN
LEGION
IN NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, July 10. American
Leion members from all parts of the
world are expected to attend the na national
tional national convention in New Orleans
next October as a result; of a fifty per
cent reduction in passenger rates an
nounced on vessels of the U. S. Ship
ping Board.
A letter received from W. B. Keene,
traffic manager of the United States
Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, states that the fare reduc
tion will be granted on single or
round trip tickets to those legion
members and their famiiles, who show
conclusively that it is their intention
to be present at the New Orleans con
vention.
The reduced fare will also prevail
on the United States lines, operating
passenger service in the North At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, and on the Munson Steamship
Line, operating between New York
and the East Coast of South America,
provided accommodations are avail available.
able. available. Convention officials believe that the
reduced fare will increase the delega delegations
tions delegations to the convention from cities on
or near the Atlantic coast and the
Gulf of Mexico, as well as from
twenty-one foreign countries where
legion posts are organized.
FLORIDA DOUBLED LAST
Y EAR'S COTTON CROP
Gainesville, July 10. With th
state's acreage almost double that of
last year and with a splendid growing
season through April, May and part
of June, reports to June 25 indicate
a cotton crop in Florida this season
of 22,000 bales, according to the Fed
eral Bureau of Crop Estimates. Last
year's production was 10,905 bales,
two years ago 18,114 bales and three
years ago 15,922 bales. The condition
on June 25 was 75 per cent of normal
as compared with 76 per cent at this
time.
The state's acreage is 122,000 as
against 70,00 Olast year and prospects
all over the belt were unusually good
up to the beginning of the present
weather, says hte bureau.
The acreage of Sea Island cotton
is several times greater than that of
lats year with the crop showing up
well and setting a heavy bottom crop.
Production of Sea Island will probab probably
ly probably exceed 5,500 running bales as com compared
pared compared with 2,373 bales last year, the
bureau adds.
Our stocfc 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
To prevent a cold, take 666. Adv.

Five Games Booked with Three of The
Hardest Hitting Teams In
Florida

If you don't believe that Wildcats
have an appetite for mullet come out
to the three games Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week and see
the Ocala Wildcats and the St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Mullets meet in mortal com combat.
bat. combat. The Mullets have a reputation
for being' hard to beat but the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats believe that the bigger they are
the harder they fall. On Thursday
the Wildcats take another foreign
trip and will attempt to lick Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg on her home diamond. Friday
afternoon Oak will invade the local
territory and attempt to take away
the Wildcats' hide. Fandom will have
an opportunity of seeing a full week
of wild and wooly ball games against
two of the fastest teams in the state
and it is hoped that not one of the
loyal rooters will be missing at roll
call this week.
St. Petersburg Lost the Second
Saturday the Wildcats easily took
the second game from St. Petersburg
by a score of 8 to 5. The game was
slow, rotten and featureless unless the
many errors of the afternoon might
be termed features.
BATTING AVERAGES
Name AB H Av.
Taylor 116 32 .275
Van L. 95 25 .263
Leon 70 18 .257
Overstreet 94 24 .255
Rymer 70 15 .214
Liddell 95 20 .210
Wood 108 20 .185
Brooks 99 18 .181
Ulrich 57 10 .175
Geiger (x) 3 2 .666
Whitney (x) 40 13 .325
Harris (x) 19 5 .263
Team 676 202 .298
(x) Whitney still leads the batting
averages for the regular team altho'
Geiger, the new pitcher tried out in
last week's game, is batting higher.
It is not fair to the boys who play in
every game to compare their averages
with those of the irregular players, so
Taylor really leads the team in hit hitting
ting hitting while Van and Leon follow close
behind. The team average is stead steadily
ily steadily climbing and the Wildcats will
soon be in the .300 class. If all could
bat their eyes at the same time the
average would take a big jump but
the heaviest hitters have been in a
slump for the past two weeks and the
little end has been tseadily improving.
The weakness of some of these in
fant industries is due to the fast that
they are in their dotage. Asheville
Times.
JL
JL
Erskine
By JOHN FOX, JR.
This great romance of
American life, full of pa patriotic
triotic patriotic fervor, fittingly
closes the literary record
of John Fox ana is the
capstoneofhis monument
The backwoods hero, son
of a Virginia aristocrat,
stolen in childhood and
raised by die Indians, is
a romantic figure, a par participant
ticipant participant in the border
warfare and finally in the
great Revolution itself.
The love story is of great
charm, and the delightful
heroine is the inspiration
of Erskine Dale's adven adventurous
turous adventurous career. An inspir inspiring
ing inspiring narrative for all ages,
particularly for boys.
On account of its pure
Americanism and widely
appealing qualities, we
have selected it for serial
reproduction. Read it in
The Evening Star
Beginning Tuesday,
JULY 11th

Attorney General Ttakes Prompt
Measures to Preserve the Reign
Of Law and Order

Washington, July 10. Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General Daugherty on his return to
Washington this morning, after a
weeks' absence in Ohio, immediately
took up consideration of the railroad
strike with Alfred P. Thom, general
counsel of the Association of Railway
Executives.
PRESIDENT APPROVES
The government through the ap appointment
pointment appointment of deputy United States
marshals will make sure that law and
order are preserved, property and life
protected, transportation of the mails
continued and interstate commerce
not interrupted despite the shop shopmen's
men's shopmen's strike, Attorney General Daugh Daugherty
erty Daugherty announced today after a confer conference
ence conference with President Harding.
Mr. Daugherty formally announced
he had within the last few days au authorized
thorized authorized the appointment of a num number
ber number of deputy marshals in the middle
west where disorders ariving from the
strike have occurred and, he added,
"this policy will be continued where where-ever
ever where-ever justified and required."
MAKE ANOTHER TRY
FOR THE CURB MARKET
It Will be Open from Nine to Eleven
O'clock Tomorrow
Tomorrow is curb market day
again. The market is open from nine
to eleven o'clock. Its location is on
Broadway opposite the city hall. It
is hoped that there will be an increase
in the number of farmers bringing in
produce.
The city manager's office and the
Chamber of Commerce will co-operate
again and will telephone as many
housewives as can be reached, telling
them that the farmers are at the curb.
One farmer who brought in a load
of chickens on Friday sold his entire
lot five minutes after he reached the
curb market.
ON THEIR HONOR
Industrial School Boys Enjoy Their
Outings Unattended
Marianna, July 10. Seventy-six of
the boys at the Florida Industrial
School got away July 1 and did not
return to their quarters until the eve evening
ning evening of July 4, but none of the offi officials
cials officials of the institution worried about
them. The lads, ranging in age from
eight to fifteen, hiked seven miles to
Merritt's Mill where a camp had been
prepared and the four days were
devoted to swimming, roaming in the
woods and in search of adventure and
everything else that a live wire boy
likes to do.
The older boys at the school were
unable to participate in the trip be because
cause because of certain work at the institu institution
tion institution that had to be done. They were
given an outing on the fourth of July,
however, and later will be given a
longer vacation.
The negro boys at the school spent
July 4 and 5 at a summer camp, the
first time in the history of the school
that they have been permitted to re remain
main remain overnight from their dormi dormitories.
tories. dormitories. If it is true that jokes made the
Ford a success, they may yet do
something with Prohibition. Detroit
Free Press.
There is a rush of Americans to
Europe, but nothing like the one that
took place in 1918.--New York Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. All of Henry Ford's flivvers aren't
made of tin. Washington Post.
Oil doesn't seem to make a diplo diplomat's
mat's diplomat's tongue as smooth as it does a
stock salesman's. Washington Post.
BA

TUESDAY and WEBNE!

Killed Four Persons and Injured
Fifth When It Caught Them On
a Trestle Near Cleveland

Cleveland, July 10. Four persons
were killed and a fifth probably fatal fatally
ly fatally injured last night when struck by
an interurban car and knocked from a
trestle into the gully forty feet below,
at Bay, a village near here.
THEY ALWAYS HAVE A
STRING TIED TO THEM
Propositions of the Germans, of Which
Another Has. Been Received
At Paris
Paris, July 10. (By Associated
Press). The proposal providing for
the payment of all remaining cash in installments
stallments installments due this year, provided
Germany is granted a moratorium of
at least two years, was brought to
Paris today by German representa representatives.
tives. representatives. PROTECT RAILROAD PROPERTY
Deputies Sworn in at Threatened
Points on the East Coast
Railway
Miami, July 10. Local officials of
the East Coast Railway announced
today that more than 100 deputies
have been sworn in to protect rail railroad
road railroad property at Fort Pierce, Miami
and Key West.
VIRGINIA NEGROES
ENDORSE HENRY FORD
Richmond, July 10 Declaring reso
lutions would be submitted calling
upon Henry Ford, the Detroit manu manufacturer,
facturer, manufacturer, to stand for the presiden
tial nomination, J. R. Pollard, negro,
chairman of the advisory committee
of the negro or "lily-black" republi
can party in Virginia, has called a
meeting of that body at Buckroe
Beach, Va., for Aug. 6th, to nominate
a candidate for the United States
Senate and ten candidates for Con
gress from Virginia.
NARROW ESCAPE FOR
THE GRANDMOTHER
Hartwell, Ga., July 10. Lightning
killed a seven-year-old girl seated in
her grandmother's lap here yesterday.
The grandmother escaped serious in
jury.
BAND CONCERTS TO BEGIN
A Demonstration Performance Will be
Given on the Courthouse Square
Tomorrow Evening
The newly organized band under
the direction of Mr. H. N. Lord will
give a demonstration concert tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening in the band stand on the
courthouse square at eight o'clock. If
everything is found to be satisfactory,
it is planned to begin a regular series
of summer band concerts on next Fri Friday
day Friday night. The new organization has
had a number of rehearsals and is
most encouraged over the progress
that has been made.
The program for Tuesday night will
be as follows:-
L, March, Emergency Aid (Beyer).
2. Gin, Gin, 'Ginny Shore (Don
aldson).
3. The Sunny South (selection of
Southern plantation songs.
4. Ka-lu-a (Kern).
Intermission.
5. March, "High Pride" (Heed).
6.
7.
8.
9.
Love Dreams (Golden).
LaPaloma.
I Want my Mammy (Breau).
Star Spangled Banner.
With golf balls at ten cents, you
can's convince some persons that the
world is going to the dogs. New
York Evening Post.
1

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St. AUGUSTINE Vs.

Sunflower State Seta a Good Ex Example
ample Example in Trying to Prevent Trou Trouble
ble Trouble with Railroad Strikers

Parsons, Kan.. July 10. -Adjutant-General
Martin and three hundred..
National Guardsmen took command
of the strike situation at 4 a. m. today
and without any word to city or coun
ty officials the troops arrived and im
mediately quartered in the Missouri,'
Kansas & Texas railroad athletic
field. t
UNDER SEALED ORDERS
Danville, JJL, July 10. -The local
machine gun company of the National
Guard left here this mornixur under
sealed orders, probably f Or Blooming- ff
ton or uunton.
DEPUTIES AIM DEADLY . ;
Uniontown, Pa July 10. Two t
striking miners were killed and al
third fatally wounded last night by
two deputies on the property of the -i
Atlantic Coal Company at New
Geneva.
NO VIOLENCE, ONLY COMPUL-
SION J
Poplar Bluff, Mo, July 10. About
fifty imported workmen of the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Pacific arrived today from ':
Hoxie, Ark., where a crowd ordered
them out of town. The workmen were l
immediately surrounded by striking
shopmen here who said they would be
sent north on the first train. There
was no violence.
OFFICIAL AT LEAST, KNEW
WHERE TO GET OFF
Fort Pierce, July 10. Notice of his
appointment as sheriff ; of St. Lucie
county has been received by J. R.
Merritt, who recently defeated Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Augustus 'Ruffner and another
candidate in a primary race for the
office. Supporters of Merritt urged
Gov, Hardee to appoint him immed immediately
iately immediately it was determined he had re'
ceived the majority vote.
Merritt based his campaign oa t
pledge of more stringent law enfera-
ment. Following his defeat Ruffs?
declared that he had apparently -interpreted
the wishes of the pecjk
of the county, since he had been re repudiated
pudiated repudiated and announced he would en enforce'
force' enforce' the Sunday blue laws. In t&is,
however, he met with an unfavora!'.e
response on the part of other officials
and shortly afterwards, he resigned a
sheriff making way for the newly newly-elected.
elected. newly-elected. PUTTING OFFENDERS
. ON PROBATION
Jacksonville, July 10. First offend offenders
ers offenders of local traffic ordinances wfil in
the future be turned over to the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Automobile Association: for
instruction in that in which they ire
apparently uninformed under m
agreement between Sheriff Merritt cf
Duval county and the association. He
word recently went out from the slier,
iff's office that all traffic ordinance
would be rigidly enforced. In tiia
connection, however, the sheriff ; a&id
he did not desire to make indiscruni-'
nate arrests of those who were if.
norant in matters of parking, lights,
right and left turns, ete, and conse consequently
quently consequently the first offenders will merer- '
be instructed rather than prosecuted.
The officer arresting a first offenda
will make note of all means of identi identification
fication identification of the driver and then direct
him to report to the automobile asso asso-ciation
ciation asso-ciation within a specified time. Tie
association, in turn, will report to tie
sheriff's office as to whether &e of.
fender appeared and was instructed.
Should the offender be inclined to treat
the new system as a joke and net an.
pear at the association, the thenS ex explains
plains explains he has effective meats to fcn
press the seriousness of the plan,"
Rub-My-Ham for EhfamatfgaAd.
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ttMCcoli& inser-ttMCcoli& t additional. Compost,
latlmt? ?n AU- that ru less than
POsftVon2Blent8 er lnch- Special
Used on fL? c?nt additionaL Rates
foorlS5t.iiJlr"1Sfh minimum. Less than
Mft r wuiV1.11 take a hr rate,
tlon. tu"shed upon applica-
'forSET &?". Five cens per line
1 -!Llnser"0I: three cents per line
eh. i .J""1 insertion, una
out f. eek aowed on readers with with-our
our with-our extra, composition ehar
-. tgai advertisements at legal
legal rates.
, :Tho, Winter Haven Chief calls its
Pretty and attractive town "The
xuwn oi a Hundred Lakes." A
freshing and seductive title.
re-

C So far as the Star can ascertain, the
I itateof Illinois has made no attempt
J . to punish, the Herrin murderers, and
r th authnxifoo t c i l

S vittii"c tuuutv iiavt

w auurenena xne assailants

! "A Tl-- V ..

te county man," says the Ur-
per dox lor 1UUU boxes, l nis
shouJd'be enough to convince any pes-
simisc xnat there is money in oranges
la Florida."
Says George Mathews, the sage of
Fort Lauderdale: "The business man
needs no Latin nor Greek to fit him
for business. -The years that a ma majority,
jority, majority, of boys give to that branch of
education, is the wasting of years
which could be devoted to establish,
ihg 'themselves in life."
.,k .....
.
, s Seeing a picture of Darwin in a
magazine the other -day not only
brought with it the understanding of
why Darwin drew his conclusions
about the "monkey" theory, but also
the .thought that man's vanity equals
,that of a woman. St. Augustine Bro Bromides.
mides. Bromides. J"Wonder what Felkel thinks about
when he looks at his own photo photograph.
graph. photograph. Another improvement that should
be made around this town right away
!s cutting back all hedges that have
; become too untrammeled and frowsy.
JJome of these hedges, remarkably fine
feaures when in good order, are
.sticking out so far that people cannot
use the sidewalks over which they
reach their bristling and sometimes
thorny branches. The city authorities
should see to "it that said hedges are
"trtraned 'at once.

1 '.Will our good friend inform us if
he is .a watchdog that has run down
.'and got rusty or a sky terrier or air air-'
' air-' Bale that hasn't flown for a long time,
bird dogtrying to imitate a canary,
- a, lap dog howling for a loving lap, a
pointdog with nothing to point at
or"a "bloodhound thirsting for blood.
,'TVhyrnot adopt him as an office mas mas-,
, mas-, bt? rMaybe it is the dog star pining
"for.a home in the Star office. Phil
'Armstrong in Times-Union.
V "Maybeso, but he will have to pine
by radio, for the express company has
- moyed him.

Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star
, U touring the East Coast of Florida
,nd sending some good letters to his
.paper.-' If he would come over to this
, ,11! his articles would be gems.
' Tampa Tribune.
rJfyou will loan us your airplane
- !ome Sunday, we will take pleasure in
. .Uacting material for some gems. By
tfca jsray, we have written a number of
articles 'about the West Coast, Tampa
' iiwturing prominently, and said arti-
tlfif hivft.been partly reproduced and
Jayoriblyt commented on by the Tri Tri-bune..Wefear
bune..Wefear Tri-bune..Wefear its memory is short.
In answer to several inquiries from
' tnendj,. 4 ther cities, we will say
Uai are unable to find any wishers
. ; ) here for a one-day train between
' Ocala and Tampa. Tampa is a very
Pleasant town to visit, and a one-day
train would doubtless have some pas pas-engerg
engerg pas-engerg going there to enjoy its good
loofc,an4, hospitality. But as for
j Yixr e-oins' there to

trade-chat's a pipe dream. Another
. j thing to consider is that almost any
' tood automobile can go from Ocala to
Tampa in five hours, and a large pro

portion of the people who travel nave
cars.
WeKpthe following chunk of pure
lis- "Governor Hardee gave an in interview
terview interview in Ocala the other day m
which he ia said t0 have expressed
doubts of the reapportionment amend amend-arryiojr
arryiojr amend-arryiojr next November. It
Probably be better if it did not
fy- A few more years of the in in-JE
JE in-JE Jce toward South Florida will
mke everything ripe ipr secession."
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THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA

The East Coast has grown like
Jack's besrrtalk, excent that the
arrowth is irmaner;!:. Too often is
the opinion expressed that the pros prosperity
perity prosperity of the East Coast is epheme ephemeral
ral ephemeral that its only real asset is its tour tourist
ist tourist business, and that some day the
crowd will go elsewhere, and then, as
Tyre and Carthage are, the East Coast
will be.
A good tourist trade is a great help,
but its my opinion that if not another
seeker for pleasure ever wandered
down the long ribbon of joy unfoldeS
by that almost always smiling sea and
its tributary shining rivers1 and bays,
the people could live and live well.
Under the dense undergrowth, once,
the terror of newcomers, where the
mosquitoes swarmed and rattlesnakes
lurked, there was rich soil, and it is
now being cleared away for crops as
well as for hotels and golf links. As
for the pinelands, of which there are
vast stretches, we all know what they
can do under cultivation, but it would
be better for the state if they were
never cleared. Their pines should be
conserved to toss their arms in the
winds till Gabriel sounds his horn.
The Everglades, a greater' mine of
wealth than any ever found in Cali California
fornia California or Australia, steadily develop.
There are many things that will not
grow in this country, but many more
that will, and the people could liv
and live well if cut off from all the
rest of the world. However, it will
never be cut off, for it needs the
world, and the world in even greater
measure needs it.
People from almost every corner of
this planet have aided in upbuilding
the East Coast, and Marion county
has done its share. Hundreds of peo people
ple people from old Marion have made their
homes in hearing of the Atlantic surf.
Miami has not less' than a hundred
families from Ocala. The Star may
well take an interest in the East
Coast," for it is no stranger there.
From St. Augustine to Homestead,
there is hardly a town or village
without Star readers.
The little party of which I was a
member, on my last visit to the East
Coast, left Gainesville before daylight
on the morning of Saturday, July 17
last. We rode in a rather shabby but
sturdy fliwer, and there were six of
us, including a forty-pound water watermelon.
melon. watermelon. Alachua county is building to
Rochelle a road that is going to be
good, but is very naughty now. Alach Alachua's
ua's Alachua's share of the road to Palatka was
mostly sloughs, not of despond, but
duckpond, if the water hadn't been too
thick. Putnam's sector was hard too
hard. An accident delayed us almost
three hours near McMeekin, but the
time was not altogether wasted, as it
enabled us to make some pleasant ac acquaintances.
quaintances. acquaintances. Also, it was better to
have a part of the car give away there
than a few days later when we were
struggling thru that long stretch of
sand and marsh between Melbourne
and St. Cloud. It only took us seven
hours from Palatka to Gainesville
forty-eight miles.
It is a pretty country most of the
way from Gainesville to Palatka. ItJ
is mostly hilly and a number or" pretty
lakes nestle in the valleys. This sec section
tion section was one of those first settled by
Americans after the cession of 'Flor 'Florida
ida 'Florida from Spain. Immediately after
the war a considerable number of
northern people also came to make
homes here. They went largely into
the orange-growing industry and their
groves were for awhile the finest in
the world. They and the orang
growers of Alachua and Marion were
responsible for the Florida Southern
(now the Atlantic Coast Line) rail railway
way railway which was literally built from
one grove to another all the way from
Palatka until far south of Leesburg.
The country was "South Florida"
then it is Central Florida now. The
"big freeze" hit West Putnam hard hard-it
it hard-it did not seem to me that there were
as many or, as fine groves as there
were thirty years ago. But there is
more farming and more industries in
the little towns. The. kaolin works at
one point are famous all over the
United States.
Palatka the "Gem City," has been
a welcome place to me since T first
made its acquaintance in 1888. The
name "Palatka" in type looks like a
beautiful flower its liquid syllables,
taken from the Indian "Pilatka," rip ripple
ple ripple in music over the most untutored
tongue. A Southern city, it began to
conquer the north almost as soon as
the Federal gunboats on the St.
Johns ceased to shoot. Many north northerners
erners northerners came in right after the war
and stayed, and side by side with the
southerners have worked in making a
truly American town. Its enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising people have greatly improved
their town in the last dozen years. It
is one of the candidates for the state
capital, and there is no gainsaying
the fact that a new and modem
statehouse would look well if its out outlines
lines outlines were reflected in the waters of
Florida's greatest river.
We tarried in Palatka only long
enough to obtain gas and fill the
radiator. I have a number of friends
in the city, and would fain have seen
them all, but that would have meant
several hours stay. I went5' in the
News office, trying to see Goode
Guerry. I have never met Goode, and
would like J to decide f ron personal
observation if he is good or no-good.
Sometimes I think he is too darn good.
But he was' out" on the street, chasing
the elusive item,andT had to "put off
meeting him until another time. Our
little car rolled over the long bridge
across the placid St. Johns; and set
ting its rubber hoofs upon the brick
highway broke into a twenty-five mile
an hour gallop, hoping to make up for
lost time. jhb.

EDITOR HARRIS OUT AGAIN

The Star is glr. tc state that Editor
Frank Harris of the Ocala Banr"r,
who has just come throu a try::??
and serious illness, is able to be out
again. Sunday afternoon .in company
with members of his family, Mr.
Harris was out for an auto ride and,
stopping at the postofBce, was kept
busy greeting his friends, who re remarked
marked remarked their pleasure at his recovery
and the fact that he is looking so welL
PACIFIC 5IUIUAL MULTIPLE
PROTECTION INSURANCE
PAYS
DEATH,
Permanent Total Disability,
OLD AGE,
ACCIDENT,
SICKNESS.
H. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
Ncedham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTEICAi
CONTRACTING
General Mo
Repairing
PHONE 232
writer ttt
Atlanta, Ga.
$11.00
Macon, Ga.
$10.00
From OCALA
Via.
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 xgent, Ocala.
J. G. KIRKLAKD,
Div. Pass. Agent, Tampa, Fla.
I SASH
DOOR h
;Geo.MaaKayS Co. (
0ca!a, Fla.
HARDWARE g
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Salt Springs Water
We always have on
hand a quantity of this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready for delivery in five
gallon retainers.
PHONE 167
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT
AUTOMOBILE
Keep
For real comfort this sum summer
mer summer you'll want a
Palm Beach Suit
Light and dark colors, in
all the newest lines. Ap Appropriate
propriate Appropriate for sports, busi business,
ness, business, or g formal evening
wear.
looks right
. wears right
feels right
J. A. CHANDLER
Second Floor Chace Building
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel,
South Main Street.

Cool

Hint to Remember.
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, con congratulated
gratulated congratulated on the marvelous success
of his recent foreign tour, said with a
smile:
"We can all get on with foreigners,
you know. If we will remember not to
criticise. A foreigner's country is tc
him what your family Is to you. You
will criticise it yourself, but criticism
from outside you can't and won't
abide.
"An American said to an English Englishman
man Englishman one day:
"'London's a dull hole.'
"As an Englishman. said the oth other,
er, other, 'I object to that remark. I agret
with it, but I object to it.'

Danger in Uncooked Vegetables.
At an inquest held at Westminster
England, on a thirty-year-old cook ol
Newcastle, who accompanied her mi-stress
to London, medical evidence was
given that death resulted from a cysl
-ans'd by a worm, which had enterec
'he system as the result of the con con-sr.niitioti
sr.niitioti con-sr.niitioti of improperly washed un
-onked vegetables, such as salads, to
,;toes, and watercress.
Many Undelivered Letters.
There were 19.000.000 undeliveret
Inters handled by the dead letter of
fice of the United States last year
"ostlv fl'rough carelessness In ad
Would Have Helped Somel
Nick Slick, the latest acquisition to
the town, had done the "heavy" in no
half-hearted fashion.
Smart, and glib of speech, he had
found the townspeople of Little Llt Llt-ville
ville Llt-ville very simple folk and easy game.
He had obtained credit right and
left, and then he had flown gently
away, without ever disturbing the dust
or the pile of unpaid bills in his lodg lodgings.
ings. lodgings. 'By gosh!" muttered Wilkiur, the
grocer, who was hard hit by the la-fa-alter,
"if I'd known he didn't In Intend
tend Intend paying, I'd have charged him
double, I would!" London Tlt-BIts.
A few odds in ladies' low shoes, for former
mer former price ?6.00 to $8.00, to close out
at $1.50. Little's Shoe Parlor. 4-6t
Phone orders of five dollars and
over put up and delivered free at the
U-Serve Stores. Phones 195 & 614. 2t
The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA
g
tx
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WHITE STAR LINE

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles. Etc

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

POPULAR
CMFSiOl

VIA.
SEABOARD
Air Line
JULY 12th
From
OCALA to MACON
$10.00
ATLANTA
311.09
ROUND TRIP
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.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures rib rib-iiuheu
iiuheu rib-iiuheu as information and not guar guar-Jj;t?ed.
Jj;t?ed. guar-Jj;t?ed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOAKD Alii LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:50 pm
4:17 pm
2:15 itm
Jacksonville 1:50
Jacksonville 3:50 pir
Tampa-Manatee-
Zt. Petersburg 4:05 ; ji
2:55 am Nlork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-Sc. Petersbrg 4:05pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE It. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
G:42am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 pm
l:4o pm Ucala-Jacksouviiio
::25pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville
! :25 pm Ocala-IIomosassa
:10 am jOcala-Wilcox
7:25 am tOcala-Lakeland
6:45 pm
9:16 pro
8:20 am
7:00 am
6:20 pm
11:59 c-.n
ll:5Cr..T
JMonday, Wednesday, Fridav.
tTuesday, Thursday, Sat ircLy
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to nor.e.
ROHKRT M. MKYER,
Marnier
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor
ri
TRAMSFE

iH Ml S N HE

proof STORAGE

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

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Is Money Ever "Spent"
for Advertising?

A young and energetic executive took
hold ot a fine old retail business in New
York.
"What this business needs," he told him himself,
self, himself, "is a place in the mind of the public."
And deliberately he set out to sacrifice
the greater volume of his profits and in invest
vest invest the sacrifice into the building of good
will.
He did. And to this old business, ad advertising
vertising advertising was the breath of life.
For six months) had hot passed before
the business had grown so that the adver

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

EXCURSI ON

VIA
SEABOARD AIRLINE RAILWAY
JULY 12 IK
From OCALA to
SAVANNAH S 8.00
CHARLESTON 10.00
COLUMBIA 11.00
GEORGETOWN 11.00
FINAL RETURN LIMIT. MIDNIGHT. JULY 18
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE
Tickets good in Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars. Spe Special
cial Special equipment wilt 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. Rolfe, D. P.
A., Hillsboro Hotel Building, Tampa, Fla.

v
"melts in' your mouth'
then you get the deleo V
table gum center
And with Wrigleys three old mfjM
standbys also affording friendly V jw
aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap Syv eT 1
petite and digestion J&5yK'Tk I
Soothing, thirst-quenching. Vtl)) X I
Making the next cigar" f&SSSjy
taste better.
'

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 103.

tising cost was a smaller percentage than
ever it had been, and, because of a larger
volume, the shop effected economics and
gave far superior service.
That was five years ago. Today a cer certain
tain certain percentage is spent, or supposed to
be spent, for advertising. But as fast as
the appropriation is spent, the more the
business increases; and the more that the
business increases, the smaller the per percentage
centage percentage becomes.
9
Is money ever "spent" for advertising?

Albert's riant Food Is the thln 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



OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1922

"INTELLIGENCE TESTS1
It is refreshing to see a professor
of psychology courageous enough to
go on record as doubting the complete
reliability of the so-called "intelligence
tests," which, in some quarters, es especially
pecially especially during the war, were exalted
so far beyond their possible ralue. But
it is not very surprising, after all,
to anyone who has seen these tests in
their proper perspective. It was, how however,
ever, however, a truly sweeping arraignment of
them that Doctor Elinor McC. Gamble
of Wellesley college made before the
Boston branch of the American Asso Association
ciation Association of University Women in Rad Rad-cliffe
cliffe Rad-cliffe college, when she said it had
been found that 30 per cent of the
girls who receive a mark above the
average in such tests at Wellesley fall
below on mid-year examinations, and
that, on the other hand, 30 per cent
of those whose marks are below the
average in the "intelligence tests" re revive
vive revive marks above the average on the
mid-year grade. Perhaps, it is a more
sweeping arraignment than the pro professor
fessor professor realized, for it practically
amounts to a statement confessing
their entire unreliability and useless
ness, says the Christian Science Mon Mon-'itor.
'itor. Mon-'itor. It is, however, just one more
example of a material mode or method
being advertised as all-embracing In
its line f procedure and then being
proved on accurate study, to be to
all intents and purposes, absolutely
valueless.

OCALA
t
A dispatch states that twenty can canvases
vases canvases by Jean Francois Millet have re recently
cently recently been discovered in the garret of
Cherbourg Town hall, where they have
lain under layers of dust entirely for forgotten
gotten forgotten for years. Millet was In his
twenties when he did them. It is a
peculiar fact that there is a vast dif difference
ference difference between the early work of
writers and painters beinp; discovered.
In the case of the writer there Is al always
ways always a faction that will loudly pro protest
test protest against the publication of prentice
work, affirming that it gives an unfair
presentation of the writer and adds
nothing to his fame. Why is this never
the case with painters? Is it an ac accepted
cepted accepted theory that the prentice work
of painters is always of definite
value?
m
Prof. Yandell Henderson of Tale,
who has Invented a remarkable in in-haletor,
haletor, in-haletor, for the resuscitation of persons
overcome by gas, Is opposed to the
use of such appliances In mines and
factories, and even goes so far as to
suggest that Instead of being re required
quired required it should be forbidden by law.
Their effect, he say's, Is to prevent
workers in mines and elsewhere from
learning how to revive asphyxiated
persons without the use of apparatus,
and since the apparatus is not always
instantly at hand, more lives, in his
opinion, are lost than are saved by re reliance
liance reliance upon such devices as his own.
It is an interesting point of view.
m
Advertising signs In the 17 national
forests of California must come down,
following an order issued by the dis district
trict district forester at San Francisco. Ad Advertisements
vertisements Advertisements printed on rocks and
trees are also to be effaced. Accord According
ing According to the regulations of the forest
service of the United States Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture, such advertising
Is prohibited in all national forests
without special permits, which are sel seldom
dom seldom Issued. The object of this regu regulation
lation regulation is to prevent defacing the
mountain landscapes of the national
forests with billboards and other un unsightly
sightly unsightly signs.
A French veterinarian sagely an announces
nounces announces that fleas are necessary to the
health and wellbelng of dogs and
gives elaborate reasons for the theory,
but David Harum said it much better
years ago, when he remarked that "a
reasonable amoutn of fleas is good for
a dog. They keep him from broodln'
about beln a dog."
One of our fair correspondents
comes oat Jn defense of the modern
girls, explaining most convincingly
that the young men are to blame be because
cause because they have lost the old-time
sweetness and charm, and we are al almost
most almost certain now, remarks the Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Dispatch, that if the facts were
known, Adam took the apple away
from Eve by sheer brute force.
The report that rubber is being
used as fuel in Java is interesting.
We'd think it would combine excel excellently
lently excellently with sulphur and glue and pos possibly
sibly possibly llmburger cheese. At any rate,
we are glad the experiment la being
made in Java.
Twenty thousand Russian rubles can
be bought with an American cent, but
even this disparity doesn't represent
the size of the discount soviet institu institutions
tions institutions suffer when placed in contrast
with American institutions.
e m
Let it not be forgotten, however,
that those 4,276 centenarians who have
been checked up by the census bureau
got their start in a long life before
the adoration of the saxophone began.
The old warning against taking
wooden money is passe. Any chip
would be worth more than a Russian
ruble.
Phone orders of five dollars and
over put up and delivered free at the
U-Serve Stores. Phones 195 & 614. 2t
Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf
Fifty pair men's shoes, factory cost
today is $6.75. Will close out at $5.

TWENTY YEARS AGO

has arrived in Ocala. He will have a
position with. Geo. K. Robinson in his
cotton buying office an J will play on
the Ocala ball team.
Mrs. L. Dozier went to Micanopy
today to attend a meeting of the
state mission board of the Methodist
church.
Dr. L. Montgomery of Micanopy at attended
tended attended the Fairfield picnic
Allan Rodgers, who is overseeing
the Mcintosh hard road in Sugar

(Evening Star July 10, 1902)
Miss Anna Mixson went to Wiillis Wiillis-ton
ton Wiillis-ton today to visit relatives.
A. L. Glass and J. B. Cutler, of
Gainesville, train masters for this
and the west coast division of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line, were in town today.
E. II. Wilson of Auburn, Ala., a
splendid baseball player and a mem member
ber member of the college team of that place,

"

rate

egms Wedies
Sale Price on AH Kinds of
DOMESTICS
36-inch Unbleached Muslin, a real 1 A
value at per yard JLUC
36-inch extra heavy grade Unbleached
Muslin, 17c. quality, now going
36-inch Bleached Muslin, good 1
quality, at IDC
36-inch Nainsook, 25c. quality, now 1 A
going at X 2 C
9-4 Bleached "Mohawk" Sheeting, '7g
at only OC
81 x 90 "Mohawk" ready made f1 PA
Sheets, at J1
42 x 36 "Mohawk" Pillow Cases at A n
only 40 C
81 x 90 Ready Made Sheets, -1 1Q
special at only P L J
81 x 90 Krinkled Bed Spreads, J AO
$2.75 value, sale price V A -IO
Full size Bed Spreads, slightly soiled from
handling, were originally 1 AO
$3.50, now going at V VO
20 x 40 Turkish Bath Towels, 40c. 07
quality, now going at ." C
Anniversary
, &
at,
P. Coats 150-yd. Spool Cotton
Belding's 50-yard Spool Silk
at
8c
"Kohinoor" and 3-HMore Snap Fasteners,
3-More Safety Pins, Hook and Eye and
other regular 10-cent notion items
at
8c

TAKE YOUR PICK

Any Hat in the house during this sale,
regardless of former price

Lot of Hats, sold formerly for
and $3.00, at

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ALL WOOL SWEATERS, ALL WOOL
BATHING SUITS at 33 1-3 per cent
less than marked price.

S300.00 COUPON S300.00
FREE DRAWING FOR ANNIVERSARY PRIZES
Two Brunswick Phonographs given away free on the last day
of sale. Fill our your name and address and deposit in box at
the store.
NAME
ADDRESS

Hammock, took his noon hour and
drove to the Fairfield picnic with his
span of fine mules.
Judge D. S. Williams who has been
critically ill and whose life has been
despaired of, is very much better to today.
day. today. Miss Freddie Foy wnet o Clearwa-

Fertilize your pot piants and lawn
fiowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. I8-tf

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17 Years Successful Merchandising An Event for the Participation
of Our Patrons of Ocala, Marion County and Surrounding Gounties.

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Free Prizes Opening Day of Sale Come Early.

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Anniversary Sale Of
FINE SILKS
All this season's desirable silk first qual quality
ity quality from our 'regular stock specially
priced for this great sale. Baronette
Satin, in white only, plain and fancy, for
sports wear, specially priced, Q1 OK
per yard.
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'Duplan's" Baronette, the very best quality
in all the leading shades,
specially priced at
$2.98
'Krepe Knit," the genuine quality, from
the Banner Mills, in colors, JJO QQ
at only tP.IJO
40-inch Crepe de Chene, heavy
quality, at
$1.98
40-ineh beautiful quality Chermeuse, worth
?3.25 the yard, a real bargain. Brand
new goods. Price during this fcO OA
sale, per yard
Odd lot Crepe de Chene, to
clean up at, per yard
$1.59
Striped Tub Silk for Sport Dresses, also
Crepe de Chene, now going at
yard S1.35 and$l,69
Sale of Notions
"Star" brand Crochet Threads
at
Pearl Buttons at per
card
Leather Hand Bags worth
$1.75, for..
Leather Hand Bags worth
$2.95 for.
12c
10c
$1.00
$1.45
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OCALA, FLORIDA

aunt,
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star July 10, 1912)
Mr. Chas. L. Fox is helping the
clerks in the Postoffice Drugstore this
week.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane left this
morning in their car for a few days
stay in Port Inglis.
The alligator which was captured
Conflnnes

ter this afternoon to visit her
Mrs. Bishop.

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Marvelous Values in Ladies' Wearing Apparel

CHOICE OF

Silk Dresses at 33 1-3 off from the regular marked price. No re restrictions.
strictions. restrictions. This includes every Silk Dress in the store. Sum Summer
mer Summer Cotton Frocks of Imported Ginghams, Imported Organdie,
including Peggy Paige and Co-Ed makes. These go during this
sale at

Buy your Fall Suit now and save big money. We have an attractive line of
Coats and Suits, suitable for all the year round wear, at savings of about
50 per cent of prices later in the season.

One lot Gingham Dresses, made of fast
nicely trimmed, some with
Organdie,

About 40 beautiful Tub Skirts, fine quality Gabardine, were sold
formerly up to $8.95, to close out at

Come early for these fancy Silk and Wool
the regular price". '
Lot of pretty Voile Blouses,
values to $4.50 for
Lot of Georgette Blouses,
values to $10.50, for

Sale Prices on Imported and
Domestic Ginghams

- inch Tissue Gingham,
yard
27c
37c
- inch Tissue Gingham,
per yard
32-inch Imported and Embroidered Tissue Checks
and Plaids, 90c values, at
only
64c
47c
22c
27c
15c
21c
Space does

32-inch French Ginghams, aU new
patterns, per yard
27-inch Dress Ginghams,
per yard
27-inch Toile du Nord Ginghams,
at per yard
27-inch Ginghams,
at per yard
36-inch fast color Percales,
light and dark, per yard
All kinds of laces at reduced prices,
not permit us to enumerate each item.

UNDERTHINGS UNDERPR1CED
WOMEN'S SILK AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AT
ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES

Wolfhead quality Gowns, Teddies and
fine quality Muslin. Sale price each
only

Camisoles,
98c

Philippine hand made Gowns, special 2 Q
Silk underthings at 25 per cent discount, including
Van Raalte and Kayser Italian Silk Chemises, Vests,
Crepe de Chene Gowns, Teddies, Camisoles, Step-ins
and Underskirts.

at the electric light plant has escaped
and is thought to be in the swamp
back of the city market, which adds
no little danger to that pest hole.
Mr. E. E. Converse i3 enjoying
himself in Los Angeles.
Mrs. L. T. Izlar left this morning
for BlackweH, S. C, to visit relatives
for the summer.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton will eave in a
few days for Philadelphia.

Your home v:,:3
switch in every r r-especially
especially r-especially to sc.
niture. Has thrtc- I
corner room and --

oioer ana w f.n i rivals t

For particulars sea Ditto or-Baxter
Cam. 22-tf

Albert's Plant Food for fiowers; 25c
and 50c packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 13-tf

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THE HOUSE
$6.45
color Imported Ginghams, v:i (IE
special at tpittr
$2.95
Skirts reduced 33 1-3 per cent from
$1.98
. $2.98
Ladies' and Children's. Hosiery
Specials
"Buster Brown" Children's Socks, fancy" and plain
rolled top, sold for 59c per pair, O C n
now
Lace Lisle Hose, value 98c, A Qr
now
One lot of Children's "Wonderhose." They 23 C
wear like iron. In all sizes, at,
Ladies' Silk Hose, sold formerly at $L50 per QO
pair.
CORSETS and BRASSIERS
Royal Worchester Corsets. An odd lot CI QQ
Kabo Corsets. Sold formerly $A QQ
for $7.00, now
H. & W. Brassieres !Q
for
One lot Brassieres, formerly sold i 7Qf
for $1.50, at...
CLEARANCE SALES HIGH GRADE COTTON
DRESS GOODS FOR HOT WEATHER
Flowered Voiles, a pretty range of patterns, 00-
light grounds, per yard
Dark Flowered Voile, fine quality, sold for OQ
75c. yard, sale price
Imported Voiles and Novelty Tissue Voile. Sold for
$1.50 the yard. Sale price per 5dC
One lot of Imported Novelty Organdies, also Dotted
Swiss, values up ta $2.25 the yard. Sale f7Qf
price per yard
Beach Cloth in all the desirable shades at ACk n
only -rtvs
Organdies and Voile, ruffled flouncing, 54 inches
wide, sold up to $3.50 the yard. Sale Qfl n
price per yard ZfJ

IN APPRECIATION
WHILE WE HAVE MADE EVERY EFFORT POSSIBLE TO
PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS, THEY, IN TURN, HAVE BEEN
GOOD TO US, AND AT THIS TIME, OUR SEVENTEENTH
ANNIVERSARY, WE ESPECIALLY DESIRE TO RETURN
OUR GRATEFUL THANKS FOR THEIR PATRONAGE, KIND
WORDS AND GOOD WILL.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1922

EXCURSION

SAVANNAH. GA.
CHARLESTON, S. X.
$ 8.60
10.00
FROM OCALA;
via
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Tickets sold for trains July
12th and limited to reach
Ocala July 18.
For further information
and reservations phone
J. F. RICKETSON
Depot Ticket Agent. Ocala
J. R. KIRKLAJND j
Div. Pass. Agent, jTampa j
TO ICE coin
Our drivers want to help you get all
ine iLi, you need every day thi3 sum
mer but they need your heln.
When you put your ICE CARD out
on time, you save them extra trips
and that's savins ice for evervbodv,
When you keep the ice compartment
of your refrigerator free from food
and bottles, you are saving time and
ICC r
Just these two simple rules, follow
ed daily,, will help us make sure that
you are well served this summer.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 34, OCALA, FLA.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
.Optometrist and Optician
vt' Eye8iSnt Specialist
, 114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala
Phone 597 Night Phone 408
WILLIVMS GARAGE
We Specialize in
WELDING,
ELECTRICAL WORK
REBORING CYLINDERS,
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
GIVE UP A TRIAL
Osceola St.. fust off Ft. King
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
FOX
TIRES AND TUBES
DIKE
James Engesser
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
;HIHIUII inmii!iii!im
WWW WW T I I IX-t
C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W- Broadway
3
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. emuCTOM SEMINARY
BolartmeBt limited. $100,000,00 1,
Jue Preparatory,
1 S?met!e Science and Arts.
Ll'lf"1 Trunin a!!jJr 14. 1922.
j- Ssten beiriM September 14. was.
h illustrated rotates. .,.:Mi,
- : I-D.inir.MMi E. SCOTT. Principal
. L. ALEXANDER
r RACnCAL CONTRACTOR
ANb BUILDER
' ton Atlantic". Washing-
MerB ch throagh use of
' -aMn Miners steamers, Jack Jack-"
" Jack-" to Baltimore and Philadelphia.

OCALA 0JpENB:

If you have any local cr society
items fcr the. Star, call five-one.
Mrs. W. V. Miller of rsewberry, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Y. T. Blank-
inship.
Mrs. Huckstable of Orlando is visit-
ins Miss Julia Webb at her home at
Kendrick.
Mrs. Sallie Hawkins of Lake City is
in Ocala for a visit to her grand
daughter,' Mrs. J. J. Smith.
Ladies' Keds, high top, value $2.50,
to close out at $1.50. Children's sizes
ud to 2 at $1.00. Little's Shoe Par-
or. 4-6t
666 quickly relieves a cold. Adv.
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Buhrman and
family have gone to St. Petersburg,
where they will enjoy their vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Evans have
returned from Sparta, Ga., where Mrs.
Evans has been visiting her mother
for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Overbay and son Lee,
spent today the guests of Mr. Ed.
Parr and family. They are en route
to Atlanta in their car.
666 cured Dengue Fever. Adv.
Careful attention to the wants of
people who know good meats when
they see them is what has built up the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2-tf
Mrs. Tompkins of Lumpkin, Ga.
has arrived in Ocala and will be the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. E.
Sands for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bowden and
family have gone to Atlanta and
Athens, Ga., where they will enjoy a
visit with relatives and friends.
mi a
ine young people's missionary so
ciety of the Methodist church will
meet tomorrow evening at the home
of Mrs. Fred Cook at 8 o'clock.
666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.
jnow is your cnance to get a nice
cottage home at reasonable price, on
easy terms and especially planned for
convenience and home comforts. Call
at 109 Dougherty street and see this
house. Ditto will show you and give
particulars. 22-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and son,
J. E. Jr., of Orlando, arrived in
Ocala last night for a visit to Mrs.
Walker's mother, Mrs. D. S. Smith.
Mr. D. E. Mclver has returned
home after a month's visit in Wash
mgton and Richmond. At the latter
place he attended the U-. C. V. reunion,
Rev. C. H. Trout expects to leave
Thursday for his vacation to be spent
in Washington and Boston with his
son. En route home he will stop in
Richmond, where he will will be joined
by Mrs. Trout and they will return
home via Baltimore on the Merchants
& Miners Line.
A nice, thoroughly, modern bunga
low 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
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.
The following party while in Miami
was registered at the Ta-Miami hotel,
J. B. Christie, Chas. W. Turner, Geo.
D. Turner and Thomas Christie. They
made the trip to Miami especially to
take a look at Hollywood by the Sea.
They were accompanied by the local
representative, G. W. Parks, and
were so delighted with this new su suburb
burb suburb that each came home the pos possessor
sessor possessor of one or more lots which he
purchased.
Ocala will send a good representa representation
tion representation to the annual session of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Baptist Assembly which will be
held at DeLand, July 12-19. Among
those who will go are Mrs. W. T.
Gary, Miss Maude Gary, Miss Frances
Gary, Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, Miss
Louie Warren Smoak and Dr. Chas.
L. Collins. From advance reserva reservations
tions reservations for rooms, it is evident that be between
tween between six and seven hundred people
will be in attendance. Dr. Collins is
one of the registrars of the assembly
and left today to have all in readiness
for the guests upon their arrival.
See the house now in course of con construction
struction construction on Dougherty street. If you
would like to own it see Cam or Ditto
and have any changes you would like
made biore it is too late. Let me
show you the many attractive features
here. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf
Mr. Joe Blalock of Blalock Bros.,
local agents for the Nash cars, deliv delivered
ered delivered to Mr. J. D. Robertson a hand handsome
some handsome sport model six of this car,
which is causing much favorabel com comment.
ment. comment. Mr. Mack Carter of the American
Railway Express Company, started on
his vacation this morning. "Mack"
says that Ocala is good enough to
spend his vacation in, with a ball game
every day in the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Carlisle
of Jacksonvile, spent the week-end
with the former's Darents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Carlisle,

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

TO AUGUST 25
At Home
Oak, July 14.
Gainesville, July 17, 18, 19.
Palatka, August 3, 4, 5.
Lake City (pending) August
8.
Leesburg, August 17.
Leesburg, August 25.
On the Road
Inverness, July 6.
Leesburg, July 13.
St. Augustine, July 24, 25, 26.
Lake City pending, July 31, Aug
Palatka, August 10, 11, 12.
Leesburg, August 18.
Leesburg, August 24.
Rub-My-Tism ,an antiseptic. Adv.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c: six times 75c: one
month $3.00. All accounts payable 1
advance except to those who have reg
ular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE My entire household
furniture; practically new dining
room suite, round table, chairs and
buffet. Call 116, see Mrs. James
Nicholas. 10-3t
AUTO SPECIALTY Factory wants
salesman as distributor for this
county. Big money and permanent
position if you can qualify. Myncro
Motors 'Co., Battle Creek, Mich.lt
FOR SALE Registered Poland China
boar; weight about 400 pounds. Ad Address
dress Address George Adams, Route A,
Phone 39M. 10-6t
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
apartment, furnished. Apply to E
A. Revels at Revels' Studio. 8-tf
IFOR SALE On Fort King avenue
easy terms, one lot 60 x 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East Fort King
avenue. fri-sat-tf
AGENTS $100 commission first week
selling whirlwind seller to cigar
stands, confectioners, etc. Exclus Exclusive
ive Exclusive sales plan. Pocket sample. Write
quick. Peoria Novelty Co., Peoria,
111. It
WANTED Stove or range, wood
burner; oven not less than 15" high,
18" wide, 22" deep. Prefer larger
one. Address Mrs. E. A. N., care
the Star. 7-8-3t
WANTED Sweet milk customers.
Sweet milk 10c. a quart, delivered
mornine and evening. Drop me a
acrd. Robert O. Williams, Mgr. R.
A., care J. T. Nelson. 8-6t
I WANTED Passenger for trio to De-
Land. Auto leaving Ocala Tuesday
noon, also Wednesday morning.
Phone 307 for particulars. 8-2t
FOR RENT After July 20, four-
room furnished apartment, sleeping
porch, private bath and private en entrance.
trance. entrance. 805 Tuscawilla St. 8-3t
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
is the time to lay in your winter's
supply. E. Gibbons, N. Osceola St.,
Phone 471-Blue. 5-tf
SALESMEN WANTED Two addi additional
tional additional salesman for Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county; bond and car necessary.
Address Singer Sewing Machine
Co., Gainesvile, Fla. 4-5t
FOR SALE Following used cars
traded in on Studebakers: 1922
Buick four touring, thoroughly over overhauled
hauled overhauled by Seneff and in good condi condition,
tion, condition, cord tires, $650, terms or trade;
1917 Buick six touring. This is in
unusually good mechanical condi condition,
tion, condition, tires very good, spare on rear,
motormeter, bumper, well cared
for $325, half 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-
i 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
FOR RENT Two or three unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished rooms. All conveniences. Apply
at No. 104 N. Sanchez St. 5-3t
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 Barcc, Cotton Plant, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-lS-lm
STOVE REPAIRING I am prepared i
to repair all makes of gas, oil or
wood stoves on short notice, and I
make a specialty of relining. Phone J
146. J. G. Meadows. 27-121
FOR RENT Furnished house, close!
in; reasonable rent. Call phone!
116. 6-28-tf
FOR RENT Two large, airy rooms
with private bath. Als otable board boarders
ers boarders 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 IL B. Masters Co. 3t

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.
Tucker & Simmons have on display
a handsome Lincoln touring car,
which is being admired by all who
see it.
The millinery sale at the Affleck
Millinery store started off this morn morning
ing morning with a rush. It will continue the
rest of this week.
Mrs. Ola Potter, Eugene and Dollie
Potter left this afternoon for Wallace,
Ala., where they will visit Mrs. Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's mother until the firts of August.
Mrs. Wayne Ten Eyck left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Jacksonville, where she will
join her husband and they will make
their home.
4
Pronertv will eo ud now. bee Ditto
and secure that nice home going up
on Dougherty street by making a
Email payment down. Balance on easy
terms. Citizens Investment company,
phone 163. 22-tf
All work and no play makes jack.
San Francisco News.
Fraternal Orders
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocala Command-
ery Number 19,
Knights Templar,
meets every sec
ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular, conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p .m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
V
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No
11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets
the
third Friday of each month at armory
at 8 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commtnder.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
Joseph Malever, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second and fourth
Friday evenings of each month at 8
o'clock. Visiting sovereigns are al always
ways always welcome.
P. W. Whiteside, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. 3.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren elways welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick. E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
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Bolshevism in Russia and the Cres-
ent in the Near East steadily are re
ducing the number of persons requir
ing American relief. Cincinnati En Enquirer.
quirer. Enquirer. Germany is now arguing that the
World War was a self-starter. Ashe-
ville Times.
The tariff may be raising the price
of wool suits; but the boll weevil
doing his part. Knoxville News.
is
Life will never be comfortable for
the pedestrian until he invents some
kind of disguise that will make him
resemble a tack. St. Joseph News News-Press.
Press. News-Press. The bar on which the Shipping
Board ships are stuck is not noted on
any chart. Boston Herald.
"Pork" legislation may be the poli politician's
tician's politician's meat, but it is the taxpayer's
poison. Asheville Times.
It is not that the cost of living
keeps going up. The largest item in
it nowadays is gas. New York Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. "Where is the capital of the United
States?" asks a reader. Largely in
tax exempt bonds. Wall Street Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Senaror Watson of Indiana exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited to the Senate a clock that runs 400
days without winding. It ought to
feel at home in the Senate. New
York Evening Post.
The Springfield Republican asserts
that in Turkey the dominance of man
over is still preached. It is preached
in the American home, but the audi
ence goes on dominating. Louisville i
Courier- Journal.
No Annoyance
From Mosquitoes
Sweet Dreams Mosquito Reme Remedy
dy Remedy Insures Restful Sleep
Once upon a time even the idea of
restful sleep seemed a myth. But one
fine morning Sweet Dreams came,
and rest that is free from the annoy annoyance
ance annoyance of mosquitoes is now possible.
It isn't now necessary to fret all
night. A million users say that Sweet
Dreams mosquito remedy is fine, so
why can't you too join the big crowd ? j
For your convenience, Sweet Dreams
is sold everywhere.
When mosquitoes are troublesome,
give Sweet Dreams a trial. No of offensive
fensive offensive odor. No stain.
The greatest mosquito remedy ever
made Sweet Dreams.
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A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skili
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA

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CAIL ON US FOR DEMONSTRATION

BLALOCK BROTHERS
Corner Oklawaha end Main Street
Phone 78

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UNITED STATES STR4IGHT SIDE FABRICS
At Preferred Wholesale

Size
32x4
33x4
34x4
32x4 1-2
usco
$18.30
19.25
All Guaranteed

KUMBACK SERVICE STATION

FOR SALE
NEW FORD TOURING CAR
Guaranteed to have ONLY run five blocks. Discount for casb

ALSO
One 1919 Touring Chevrolet
One 1920 Touring Chevrolet
One 1920 Ford Roadster
One 1920 Dodge Roadster

OCALA MOTOR COMPANY

Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c. at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh;Creameryr Butter Daily
Can now be had at the following places.
Farmers Exchange Store Main Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five U-Serve Stores.
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve Stores.
" MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Phone 91

POO?
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-tf
The salvation of the Florida farmer"
this season is cotton. Don't let the
boll weevil get yours. Let the Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son Hardware Company tell you how
to control this pest. r 7-5-12t

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SALE
CHAIN
$19.70
20.75
21.20
NOBBY
$21.40
22.45
28.05
Tires No War Tax
$150.00
200.00
125.00
250.00
riicne 71
ICE CREAM
DELIVERED
At Your Home
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. OEce over 5 and 10 cent start,
Ocala, Fla. tt
Say it with flowers," and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the DunneHon road.
Phone 30M. Zinnias, roses, pinks and
pink vine in bloom now. 7-7-lnv

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