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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST (Generally fair tonight and Thursday.
Sou Rises Tomorrow, 5:47; Seta, 7:20. t

TEMPERATURES This morning, 73; this afternoon, 91.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 1S3

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PRES 1 D Ef IT'S PLAH
IS ACCEPTABLE

To the Chiefs of the Striking Railway
Men, Who are Applying For
Their Former Positions
Chicago, Aug. '. 2-(By Associated
Press) Chiefs of the; striking rail railroad
road railroad employes today voted to accept
President Harding's proposals for
ending the strike and appointed a
committee to draft the text of their
acceptance and forward it to the pres president
ident president immediately.
JUMPING FOR THEIR JOBS
New York, Aug. 2. (By Associated
Press) .The New York Central lines
today announced there were more ap applications
plications applications for positions in their shops
received within three hours at divis division
ion division points this morning than for many
days j?ast. According to the an announcement
nouncement announcement many applicants were
v strikers who stated they had been
waiting to see what action the execu executives
tives executives of the country would take on
President Harding's settlement plan.
THREE O'CLOCK TOMORROW
The manager of the Palatka team
asks for the ball game tomorrow be between
tween between Palatka and Qcala to be start started
ed started at three o'clock so the fans from
the Putnam county capital can return
early. The game will start at three
o'clock sharp. i
HEAVY BOND ISSUE
FOR HILLSBOROUGH
In Tuesday's election, Hillsborough
county voted 2521 to 1397 for a three three-million
million three-million dollar bond issue for better
roads. ;

FRAME'S

"THE FASHION CENTER'

i THURSDAY MORNING SPECIALS

"Fine quality Flowered

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Dress Voiles, light pafy pafy-terns,
terns, pafy-terns, regular price
45c a yard, Thursday
morning only,

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Dress Voiles, extra
fine quality, beautiful
designs, 69c quality,
special for Thursday
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morning only,

PROBABLY TARIFF
BILL I'll PASS

j Democratic and Republican Senators
Are Rapidly Applying The
Divisors
Washington, Aug. 2, Passage of
the administration tariff bill by the
Senate this month seemed to be al almost
most almost certain'' today as the result of
agreements reached separately by re republican
publican republican and democratic leaders.
TWENTY-TWO DEAD
Twenty-two federal prohibition en enforcement
forcement enforcement officers have been killed
since dry laws became effective, Pro Prohibition
hibition Prohibition Commissioner Haynes an announced
nounced announced today.
NEWMAN-LEE
Friends will be interested to learn
of the marriage of Miss Virginia Lee,
sister of Miss Katie Mae Lee of this
city, to Mr. J. Newman, on the"29th
of July at the home of Mrs. Ed
Brower at Nbrwalk, Conn. Miss Lee
since going north two years ago has
been living with friends and it was at
their home that the wedding took
place. Mr. Newman has a home on
Staten Island, N. Y., where he and his
wife will reside)
Mrs. Newman is a bright and
charming young lady, and has many,
friends in her home town, Ocala. They
all join the Star in good wishes for
her and her husband.
Apples for canning $1.85 bushel box.
Ollie Mordis. l-3t
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five. Let Ditto (insure you now, and
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LOCAL LEGISLATION

Meeting of the City Council Tuesday
Evening Dealt With Many Inter-
esting Public Matters
All members of the council, the
mayor, city manager and city attor attorney
ney attorney were present Tuesday at the
meeting of the law making body.
, After the approval of the minutes
of the preceding meeting the house
was thrown open to personal commn commn-uications.
uications. commn-uications. Mr. S. H. Christian appear appeared
ed appeared to learn the result of the tests
made on the sewage disposal well that
he has recently completed for the
city and was overjoyed to ;hear the
council agree to accept the well and
pay for it upon the recommendation
of Manager Brumby that the well was
alL that could be expected of it.
Mr. Frank Hall Joo"k the floor and
read the riot act to the council for its
neglect of the septic tanks at the sew sewage
age sewage disposal lot. Mr. Hall said that
he had, complained time after time to
council after council that the odor in
his neighborhood was unbearableand
that all he ever got was promises and
that he wanted action. ( The council
promised action but Mr. Hall was
skeptical. Although the manager and
council told Mr. Hall that work was
actually in progress now that would
relieve this unpleasant situation, Mr.
Hall was rather inclined to be leary of
promises. Seeing will be believing
with Frank. v
The head of written communications
brought several letters before the city
fathers. The guardian of the children
of Louis Lang requested that he be
allowed to redeem tax certificates
against the Lang home amounting to
$291.30 at face value without interest.
The council granted this request, pro provided
vided provided payment was made within ten
days.
Mr. E. A. Osborne wrote concerning
an excessive water bill. This matter
was referred to the city manager for
action.
Mr. E. W. Clement wrote a letter
putting the council on notice, that he
considers his property on Oklawaha
avenue seriously damaged by the new
grade on the street and that he con considers
siders considers his property as worthless unty
his lot is filled in to the level of the
street and his house raised in the
same proportion. This letter was filed
for "future reference.
Mr. L. G. Bailey protested that he
was taxed $3 for personal property
but had,none. This complaint came
too late for action and the clerk was
instructed to write Mr. Bailey explain explaining
ing explaining that the time for tax adjustments
was past and that no action could be
taken.
A petition signed by the Woman's
Club, the Rotary Club and the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce was read requesting
the council to buy back the two little
plats of land on either side of North
Main street at the depot plaza.1 Mr.
Martin spoke at length in opposition
to this proposal, stating that the land
had been sold because the city could
not afford to pay for the street and
sidewalk paving along this frontage.
The lot represents about $1300 to the
city when this paving is taken into
consideration and Mr. Martin felt that
the small park space available was
not worth this money. Mr. Pedrick
moved that the city buy back these
lots if they could be bought at the
same price that they were sold fjjr,
and stated that in making this motion
he thought it was a poor piece of bus
iness to buy back the property but
that he would vote for it to please the
public. The motion passed with only
one dissenting vote.
The Woman's Club wrote, request
ing $50 a month in next year's budget
for the upkeep of Tuscawilla Park,
and $100 in the budget for improve improvement
ment improvement of Victory Way. This request
was filed for action, when the budget
came up for consideration.
The report of the rest room showed
547 guests, seven of whom were from
out of the state.
The report of the health officer
showed that the Close dairy had the
cleanest milk during the past month,
although the bacterial count of all
was remarkably low for this time of
year.
Mr. Simmons introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance providing for an election to see
if Ocala wanted to spend not exceed exceeding
ing exceeding $50,000 for the extension and im improvement
provement improvement of the light and water
plant.
I Chief Gordon recommended Mr.
! Morgan for another term as night
i policeman and the recommendation
' was approved.
Mr. Pedrick recommended that tne
fire department be allowed another

HOLDUP Oil THE
DIXIE HIGHWAY

Gondolas Used for Shipping Lime
Ordered to the Coal Fields By
- The Government
Work on the Dixie Highway be between
tween between Lake Weir and Weirsdale is
face to face with a serious delay. In
working on the coal situation, Uncle
Sam has dealt Marion county a knock knockout
out knockout blow. The government ha3 issued
an order for all coal gondolas to be
sent to the coal fields and will not al allow
low allow the railroads to use them for any anything
thing anything else. This is the type car used
In shipping the lime for our roads, and
'the absence of cars has brought the
work to a standstill. The use of flats
or box cars is impractical and until it
is known what the result of the gov government's
ernment's government's order will be it is likely
that the Barber-Fortin Company will
have to postpone work on the much
needed highway.
TERRORS KEEP WILDCATS
' ON THE TOBOGGAN
Ocala lost the second game of the
two-game series in Lake City by the
close score of one to nothing.. The
game was one of the best played this
year but the jinx seems against Ocala
and she can never get the breaks in a
close game. In the first inning Lake
City hit one down the third base lihe
that Masters and Rymer thought a
foul but was called fair. Making no
haste to return the supposed foul to
the infield the runner reached second
base on the play. The next sman up
got hit and scored the runner.' from
second. This was the only run of the
game. Neither team could again get
a man, across the plate. Whitney
pitched for the Wildcats and held the
Terrors to four hits while Red Ulrich
pitched fof them and held Ocala to
the same number of hits. The Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats were hitting the ball on the nost
in every inning -but it seemed that it
was impossible for them to knock one
where' there wasn't some fielder camp-"
ed to receive it. Jimmie Liddell poled
one, out to within a few feet of going
over the right field fence when there
were two on base but that extra foot
or two needed did no good fqr the
fielder was playing up against the
fence.' The score:' R
Ocala .....v-.-OOO 000 0006
Lake City ....100 000 OOx 1
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WOODMEN PICNIC
All members of the Woodmen Camp
and Woodmen Circle remember the
Woodmen picnic at Silver Springs at
seven o'clock tomorrow evening. If
you haven't already done so, notify
some member of the committee at
once. The committee consists of
Ernest Blair, Gary Gallant, George
Williams and John Metric
A nice, .thoroughly mqdern 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
Fertilize your pot piants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
3curt Pharmacy.
Apples for canning $1.85 bushel box.
Ollie Mordis. l-3t
Two new styles of ladies' sport ox oxfords
fords oxfords just in; one pin and one two two-tone.
tone. two-tone. Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-6t
' Just received Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf
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INVENTOR OF THE TELEPHONE
IS DEAD
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Aug. 2. Dr.
Alexander Graham BeJL inventor of
the telephone, is dead at his home in
Braddock. ..
Dr. Bell died at two o'clock 'this
morning of anemia,' Although in faiP
ing health for several months, he was
not confined to his bed and the end was
unexpected. Late yesterday his condi condition
tion condition became serious, however, and
physicians were called. :
A GRAVE ON A MOUNTAIN TOP
Dr. Bell will be buried on the top
of Mount Breinn Breagh,-the spot
chosen by himself near his home here.
A PLEASING INCIDENT
Three charming young ladies from
Reddick were in town this morning,
each looking, as pretty and pleasant
as a new custard pie. They were
Mrs. C. J. Fridy, Miss Inez Fridy and
Miss Estelle Coie. The Reason why.
they were so pleased was because they
had come to buy a wedding license
for a colored couple of their neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood Clyde Cabarris and Esta May
Wheeler. The wedding will be per performed
formed performed by Justice Cromartie at Red Reddick
dick Reddick this. evening, and these young la ladies
dies ladies and some other, white, friends of
the colored couple will attend the
wedding. There used to be a ; time
when there "was seldom a colored wed wedding
ding wedding without white friends of -the
bride and groom being present, and
it is pleasant to see a little remnant
of that kindly custom yet alive.
VULCANIZING CO 31 PAN Y
HAS CHANGED HANDS
In another part of this paper will
be seen the announcement that the
Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing Cqmpany
has changed hands, Messrs' John
Long and Wm- A. Stroud being the
new owners. Mr. Long has been con connected
nected connected with the compan yfor some
time. The new firm i solicits the pat-i
ronage of the public and expects1 in
every way to keep up the high stand'
ard of work which this company in
the past has been known for.
Mr. Bryan Boyd has returned from
a visit to his old home ,at West Point,
Georgia.
Apples for canning $1.85 bushel box.
Ollie Mordis. : l-3t'
The latest in beads at THE BOOK
SHOP. l-3t
Weihe's jewelry auction, between
Cam's and Monroe & Chambliss Bank,
every afternoon, 4 and 8 o'clock, tf
We never sacrifice quality to sell
at a low price. Our meats are the
BEST to be had. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 22-tf
. Some of the newest earrings
THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
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BETTER be safe than sorry. Ditto
works for your town. Why not insure
with Ditto? tf
Solid mahogany
BOOK SHOP.
clocks
at THE
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Kingan'3 Peerless Butter in pound
cartons for 42 cents, at the U-Serve
stores.
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Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-tf
BETTER buy a lot before they go
up, and build a home while materials
are cheap. Let Ditto show you. II tf

PALATKA versus

RDM, S

ALICE ROBERTSON

im OKLlOi
Swanson and Reed Seem to be Safely
Ahead in Virginia And
Missouri
Oklahoma City Aug. 2.-i-Miss Alice
Robertson, republican representative
in Congress from the Second Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma congressional district, is lead leading
ing leading her republican opponent, Gus
Tinch, 15 to .1 in returns from nine
precincts out'o 264.
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SWANSON SAFE
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; Richmond, Aug. 2. Returns to the
News-Leader indicate that Setiator
Swanson was renominated in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's democratic primary over former
Governor Westmoreland. Davis.
BRECKENRIDGE FAR BEHIND
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St. Louis, Aug. 2. Senator Reed
this morning was leading Brecken Brecken-ridge
ridge Brecken-ridge Long by more than '15,000 for
the democratic nomination to the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. "R. R. Brewster of 'kansas City,
endorsed by the regular republicans,
apparently thas won ; the republican
nomination for United States senator.
MacKAY & COMPANY
T INSTALLING, AUTOMATIC
SPRINKLER SYSTEM
. George MacKay & Company's new
store is rapidly nearing completion
and each day brings" about added con- t
veniences and improvements that go
to make a most modern store.
s The latest feature in this up-to-date
establishment is a Globe automatic
sprinkler system. This system is be being
ing being installed throughout the three
stories : of the store and will give a
fire-protection that is nuexcelled. Ev Every
ery Every ten feet throughout the store
there is a sprinkler head closed with
a soft metal link.' It takes only 165
degrees to melt 'this link, and turn
loose hgiCity water pressure in the
area protected by' this head. Tha heat
from4 match or a cigarette is suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to start the system to working
and'as sooras the sprinkler opens a
"large gong gives the alarm in the
store and a second gong rings at the
fire station. . ;
: This .system is connected with the" ;
city mains by a six-inch pipe so the f
pVessure is good throughout the sys system,
tem, system, i .' ; ;
, The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society
will sell candy Friday night at the
band concert. l-4t
PAINTING
BRING YOUR CARS AROUND
OR CAIL US
PHONE 3
SPENCER-PEDRICK
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K. J.
DR.
WEI HE,
r.s Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
J14 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala

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OCA LA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. .1922

Ocala Evening Star
rablUhrd Every Day Except Sniay 67
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

H. J. Dlttlirer, Prealdcat
' H. D. Laveasod, VI-PeMet
P. V. La vcacoo4, Seerelary-Treaaaxer
' J. If. Deajanila, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postoffic as
a&ond-cl&ss matter. .;

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Society Iteaorter Flve-Oaa

- member Associated press
' The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled tor tbe use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or not
otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved. ..
' DOMESTIC SCEjSCRIPTIOX RATES
One year, in advance $6.00
Three month, in advance ....... 3.00
Three nioiUtis, in advance 1.50
One montn, in advance .60

ADVERTISING- RATES
Olaplayt Plate IS cents per inch for
consecutive insertions. Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charges on ads. that run less than
six tipnes 10 cents per inch. Bpecial
Eosltion 25 per cent additional. Rates
ased on four-Inch minimum. Less than
'four Inches will take a higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application.'
tion.' application.' ' "V .-.
Heading: A'otleeat Five- cents per line
for first insertion; three cents per line
for each subsequent insertion. One
change a week. allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.

We can't remember the author of the
following lines, but they read good to
any newspaper man:.
How dear to our hearts is the steady
subscriber u
Who pays in advance at the' birth of
each year,;
Who lays down his money, and, does
it quite gladly v ,''
An,d casts round the office a halo of
,t cheer. '
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He never says Stop it; I cannot af af-'
' af-' ford it j
I'm" getting more magazines now
than r read - :
But always says Send it; our people
like it
In fact we all think it a help, and a
" need. I
How welcome his money, when it
reaches our sanctum
How it makes our pulse throb, how
it makes our hearts dance ..
We outwardly thankhim we inward-?
ly bless .him, :
The steady subscriber who pays in
advance. :Vy?
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Looks like we are going : to Jiave
another six years of Jim Reed. -Jv ;
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The Free State troops had a long
way to go, but they captured Tipper Tipper-ary
ary Tipper-ary Monday. v .
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Our Orange Lake correspondent will
please take notice of the Star's cast cast-iron
iron cast-iron rule against printing anything
that pertains to religious controversy.
The Illinois branch of the ".United
Mine Workers will supply money for
the legal defense of any of the men
implicated in the Herrin massacre.

Governor Hardee has appointed the
state railroad commission to handle
the Florida end of national coal dis distribution.
tribution. distribution. The Star is glad it burns
wood. . :,

Marie Carbillido, the Jacksonville
woman who shot hr husband for beat beating
ing beating her the other night, has been ex exculpated
culpated exculpated by the coroner's jury. Cor Correct.
rect. Correct. Aman who beats his wife needs
killing. V.

The refuse from oil-burning steam steamers
ers steamers is destroying, -all the fun in sea
bathing along theiSfew Jersey; coast.
The people up there, who want to
bathe had better come to Florida.
There are -not enough- steamships in
the world to grease up our coasts.
Dr. Alexander Graham. Bell, inveni
tor of the telephone, died at his home
in Braddock, Tuesday night. He pick picked
ed picked up a toy and made an instrument
by which people cart talk across con continents,
tinents, continents, and, may, yet hold conversation
with the inhabitants of other planets.

Ex-Governor. Catts has been re
markably successful as a x business
man and politician nit. He has just
gone, into bankruptcy with liabilities
of nearly, $50,000, and assets of less
than $2000. He was politically bank bankrupt
rupt bankrupt long before the end of his term
as governor. Tampa Times.
We don't think either the versatile
Times writer or ourself has any right
to make fun of the business capacity
of Catts. Neither of us could get
trusted, for $50,000.

Senator. Caraway of Arkansas
makes us weary,. His constant bark barking
ing barking at every move made by the admin administration
istration administration and the republican majority
does the democratic party no good.
Both need criticism, but a man who
sets himself up as a constant nagger
causes the public to suspect that he
isn't altogether sincere." It is a mis

take to attack republican senators on

the ground that they are individually
interested in the tariff. They are not
peculiar in that respect. A senator
naturally wants to look out f or the
interest of his constituents. Our sen senators
ators senators want a higher duty on cotton. If
the duty on cotton is raised a few
cents, to keep Egyptian cotton out,
Marion county farmers can raise Sea
Island cotton at a profit. Alleged fun funny
ny funny remarks are made about a peanut
tariff. The low price of peanuts spells
poverty for many farmers in this sec section.
tion. section. ; All these matters should be con considered
sidered considered in a painstaking and conscien conscientious
tious conscientious manner. : Mr. Caraway's hag haggling
gling haggling doesn't help. A number of sen senators
ators senators who are seldom heard on the
floor do more gtoward keeping the tar tariff
iff tariff within reasonable bounds than the
senator from Arkansas.

EIGHT YEARS AGO

' August 2, 1914. Germans invaded
France at Cirey, and were defeated
with heavy loss.
Russians invaded Germany.
British army ordered to mobilize.
.. Germans invaded Luxemburg.
: American Congress voted to supply
national banks with half a billion dol dollars
lars dollars in coin. -.
Germany invaded Belgium.
Mr. E. H. Martin, who as a member
of the council opposed buying back the
little ears on the head of Main street,
says the street is already forty-five
feet wide,' the city owning several feet
on each side of the, present paving.
This being the case, the street should
have been laid that width. The Star
has been under the impression that
the city owned only that part that is
paved." However, it does no harm to
own it all it will be needed some day.
The Star must say that it believes Mr.
Martin has acted in this as in other
matters, for what he believes is the
city's best interest.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star Aug. 2, 1902)
J.' H-' Strunk, formerly of this city,
but now of Tampa, passed through
Ocala today en route north.
T. B, Snyder will leave about the
tenth for New York to purchase a big
line of fall and winter goods for his
store. '-
Hubert P. Bitting, son of S. L. Bit Bitting,
ting, Bitting, formerly an Ocala boy, has re received
ceived received a certificate as a pharmacist
and is now in his uncle's drug store
in Sherman, Texas.- ; v
Miss Violet Harris returned today
from Seabreeze, where she has been
the' guest, of Mrs. R. A. Burford.
While at the beacti Miss Harris caught
a 24-pound sea bass. V
' Miss Hattye Mae Porter returned
loday from a two weeks visit to Sea Seabreeze.
breeze. Seabreeze. :
At the weekly shoot held yesterday
at the Ocala Gun Club H., A. Ford
won the price of 100 shells given by
Harry Clarkson. 1
' Mrs. E. F- Bugbee of Gainesville,
formerly of Ocala, after a visit here
returned to her home today,
-j Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis have re returned
turned returned home after a pleasant visit at
Lake Weir.
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'. Ocala, Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Aug. 2, 1912)
4 Mr M. A.' Ten Eyck, who has been
spending some time in Battle Creek,
Mich., is expected home this y week.
Mr. Ten Eyck has been having a de delightful
lightful delightful visit With his mother, which
is the first in twenty years.
. Miss Beatrice Sinclair, of .Tallahas .Tallahassee
see .Tallahassee is in the city, -visiting her mother.
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle after a visit
to Miss Sawtelle and the Misses
Pyles, has returned to her home at
Orange Lake. i- "
Siebert Davis has taken charge of
the Times-Union delivery department
for, -Mr, 4Kreger, .and will make con considerable
siderable considerable improvement in the service.
S. E. Fraser, car inspector of the A.
C. I, has "returned from a brief vaca vacation
tion vacation spent' with relatives in Tampa.
Mr. John Juhan after a brief visit
to his Ocala friends,? has returned to
his home in Crystal River.
NOTICE, LEGION AUXILIARY
The regular meeting of the Wom

an's Auxiliary of the American Legion

will be held Tuesday, Auilt 2; at the

armory at eight o'clock. The hostesses

will be Mrs. Ernest Blair .Mrs. Charles

Moremen, Mrs. F. E. McClane and

Miss Mary Marshall.
2t Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr Pres.

Best full cream cheese per pound
25c. at the U-Serve Stores. l-3t
y
I Kingan's Peerless Butter in pound
cartons for 42 cents, at the U-Serve
stores. l-3t

STRIKE LEADERS STRIVE
TO CONFUSE STATEMENTS

(New York Commercial)
As has been pointed out more than
once in these colnms, the issues in involved
volved involved in the railroad strike are un unusually
usually unusually clear cut and undisputed.
There is, and there has been, no rea reason
son reason why the public should become con confused
fused confused in the matter. Judging, however
from current press comment, there
are not a few who insist upon "seeing,
as through a glass, darkly."
Even the chief executive .appears to
be laboring under some misapprehen misapprehension.
sion. misapprehension. And more recently Mr. Jewell
has taken advantage of the opening
afforded him by the president's proc proclamation
lamation proclamation to address to the president
.and to the public a message shot
"through with half truths, evasions
and positive misstatements of fact.
s In order to make it certain that a
perfectly plain issue may not become
beclouded by such scuttlefish tactics
and by the muddled thinking of some
who ought to know better, it is well
once more briefly to summarize the
facts of the situation.
As to wages, the labor board, creat created
ed created by Congress to settle disputes,
after hearing all that the unions had
to say and after careful study of all
pertinent facts of the situation, decid-r
ed that it was just to the men and only
fair to the public that on and after
July 1 shop wages be reduced about
10 per cent. Such a reduction was
put into effect. The unions demand a
restoration of the old scale. They are
striking, not against the roads but
against a branch of the federal gov government.
ernment. government. v
. The "evidence" which convinced the
board that wages should come down
is irrefutable'. Rates of pay on the
roads were far and away above those
paid by outside concerns for similar
work. Even after the July 1 reduc reduction,
tion, reduction, wages' are well above the gen general
eral general level. Moreover, due to the de decrease
crease decrease in living costs, the purchasing
power of rail wages even now is above
that of the peak in 1920. Retail prices
have fallen more than have rail
wages. No denial of "these facts is
even attempted.
The whole case of the men as far as
it relates to wages rests upon the con contention
tention contention that wages allowed under the
recent ruling of the board do not af afford
ford afford the basis for an "American
standard of living." What Mr. Jewell
and his cohorts demand is that rail railroad
road railroad shopmen must have food, shelter,
amusements and other comforts in
amounts far exceeding 'those the rest
of us can hope for.
, Production of the good things of
life is limited, and nothing is more
certain than that there has never been,
is not now and will not be' in the near
future, enough to go around on the
lavish scale the shopmen demand.
The demand of the shopmen with
respect to working conditions is equal equally
ly equally preposterous. As everyone knows
to his sorrow, there was a veritable
orgy, of working restrictions of the
most efficiency killing type during the
days of public control.
The labor board has been slow
enough in all conscience about restor restoring'
ing' restoring' more normal working conditions.
To allow them to. start drifting back
to those existing under the old "na "national
tional "national agreements" would be a crime
against the public. Mr. Jewell and
the resi know perfectly well that their
positions" on the roads if they can
still be said to have any are far more
hedged about with "protective" rules
than any in, outside industry.
As to that redherring, the outside
contracting practice, that is the
noblest Roman of them all. Mr. Jew Jewell
ell Jewell knows, and President Harding
ought to know, that not only the-few
roads that have been ordered to de desist,
sist, desist, but a great many more before
the strike began, offered as the price
of peace what they considered thier
rights in this matter and agreed to
cease the practice. So, likewise, with
the rest of the hundred or so cases of
alleged "defiance" on the part of the
roads.
The plain fact is that in very few if
any, instances have the carriers failed
in good faith to abide, by the rulings
of the labor board.' If the unions are
sincere in much of what they say, why
do they not; confine their strike to
those roads which refuse to obey the
board?
The strike leaders are trying delib deliberately
erately deliberately to confuse the issue. The pub public
lic public should be on its guard.
NOTICE

The man who wakes up and finds
himself famous hasn't been asleep.
Columbus Citizen.

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, tf

Notice is hereby given that the

, board of cublic instruction in and for
(Marion county will receive bids until
1 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, .Aug.
9th, for letting the dormitory for the
following year, beginning September
1st. Bids should be sealed and ad addressed
dressed addressed to H. G. Shealy, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. By order of the

board of public instruction, Marion
county. H. Q. Shealy,
8-1-tf Secretary.
Many a merchant works his head
nearly off trying to pare down ex expenses,
penses, expenses, when his most wasteful ex expense
pense expense must be cured by building up
instead of trimming ADVERTISE.

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flOEY SUNPE
REPRESENTING

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and have it delivered when you want it. He will be

with us until Thursday noon, August 3d. Gome in and f

B look through our complete line of Fall and Winter sam-

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. COMPRISE THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPAL- BRANDS

BLACK TEAS
VHITE HOUSE
Orange Pe'ioe Indian Ceylon"
BLACK Dark Liquor. FINE for
:d Tea.
WHITE HOUSE
"Formosa Oolong" BLACK. Not
Dark Liquor. Flavor pleasing.
WHITE HOUSE
"English Breakfast" BLACK.
Heavier body than Oolong.
WHITE HOUSE
"Mixed." Blend of Green and Black.
(AEOVE GOOD Either Hot or Iced)

I

Git KEN; TEAS
WHITE HOUSE
"Gunpowder" Green. Rolled Leaf.
WHITE HOUSE
WHITE HOUSE
"Green Tea" Straight Leaf.
(ABOVE SPLENDED For Hot Tea)
"Yocng-Hyson" GREEN. Straight
. Leaf Similar to Gunpowder.
WHITE HOUSE y
"Basket Fired Japan" Green.
Straight Leaf, commonly called "Un-
colored Japan."

None Better at Any Price:

.TRULY SUCH AN ASSORTMENT OF TYPES AND FLAVORS AS WILX.
PROVTDE WIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR PERSONAL PREFERENCE



OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1922

Salt Springs Water
We always have on
hand a quantity of this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready, for delivery in five
gallon containers.
PHONE 167
Chero-Cola Bottling Works

Phone 59.7 Night Phone 408
WILLIAMS GARAGE
' We Specialize in
welding; ;
ELECTRICAL WORK i
KEBORING CYLINDERS,
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
GIVE US A TRIAL
Osceola SL. just off Ft King
r
1
Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
SASH
DOOR
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Id ICE CONSUMERS
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 ref rigerator free from t food
and bottles, you are saving time and
ice. - )
. Just these two simple rules, follow followed
ed followed daily, will help us make sure that
you are well served this summer.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 31. OCALA. FLA:
PALATKA-0CAL1
.:buisxine'.j:
, t mttl ,'- J
: SCHEDULE
Leave Palatka... 8:00 A M.
Arrive Ocala: 12:00 M.
Leave Ocala .12:15 P. M.
Arrive Palatka .. 6:00 P. M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Paaltka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Rodman.
C.P. PILLANS, Prop.
- Ocala, Phone 527
HERE'S PROOF
An ucaia brazen ieua ox txia iupen-
, ence -You
have a right to doubt state statement
ment statement of people living for away but
can you doubt Ocala endorsement?
Read it: (
William Enzian, retired farmer, 314
N. Magnolia St., Ocala, says: "I suf suffered
fered suffered from lame back and kidney com-
Elaint, a few years ago 'when I was
ving in Virginia. When I stooped to
lift anything a kink took me in the
small of my back and I could hardly
raise up. There was a dull ache across
my kidneys all the time. I got up as
often as four times at nio-ht to nnsc
a m m m srs v
the kidney secretions. They were
scanty and highly colored. I read about
Doan's Kidney Pills in the paper and
two boxes cured me. The pains left my
oacK ana my kidneys acted like clock
Price 60c., at all dealers. Don't
vHimni v asK TOT a lnrlnv vomoHv m
uoans Kidney .Pills the same that
Mr. Enzian had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgs.; Buffalo. N. Y, Adv. No. 1
. j --"-'j t-"

Geo. MacKay S Co.

Erskine
Dale,
Pioneer

, John Fox, Jr
Illustrated bjtLH. Lhiugttou
Copriigiit b7 Cbarie Scribnac'i Sou
. Down the river Erskine rode with a
cad heart. At 'the place where he
had fought with Grey he pulled Fire Firefly
fly Firefly to a sudden halt. There was the
boundary of Red Oaks and there 1
Started a desolation that ran as far
as his eye could reach. Red Oaks
had not been spared, and he put Fire Firefly
fly Firefly to a fast gallop, with eyes strained
far ahead and his heart beating with
agonized foreboding and savage rage.
Soon over a distant clump of" trees
he could see the chimneys of Bar Barbara's
bara's Barbara's home his home, he thought
helplessly and perhaps those chim chimneys
neys chimneys were all that was left. And
then he' saw the roof and the upper
windows and the cap of the big col columns
umns columns unharmed, untouched, and, he
pulled Firefly In again, with over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming relief, and wondered at the
miracle. Again he started and again
pulled In when he caught sight of
three horses hitched near the stiles.
Turning quickly from the road, u'e.
hid Firefly In the underbrush. Very
quietly he slipped along the path by
the river, and, pushing aside through
the rose bushes, lay down where un unseen
seen unseen he could peer through the closely
matted hedge. He had not long to
wait. A white uniform Issued from
the great hall door and another and
another and after them Barbara Barbara-smiling.
smiling. Barbara-smiling. The boy's blood ran hot hot-smiling
smiling hot-smiling at her enemies. Two officers
bowed, Barbara courtesied, and they
wheeled on their heels and Jdescentfed
the steps. The third stayed behind a
moment, bowed over her hand and
kissed it. The watcher's blood turned
then to liquid fire. Great God, at
what price was that noble old house
left standing?' Grimly, swiftly Er Erskine
skine Erskine turned, sliding : through" the
bushes .like a snake to the edge of
the road along which they must pass.
He would fight the three, for his life
was worth nothing now. He heard
, them laughing, talking at the stiles.
He heard i them speak Barbara's
name, and two seemed to be banter bantering
ing bantering the third, whose answering laugh
seemed acquiescent and triumphant.
They were coming now. The boy had
his pistols out, primed and cocked.
He was rising on his knees,, just about
to leap to his feet and out Into the
road, when he fell back Into a
startled, paralyzed, 1 inactive heap.
Glimpsed through an opening in the
bushes, the leading trooper in the uni uniform
form uniform of Tarleton's legion was none
other than Dane Grey, and Erskine's
brain had worked quicker than his
angry, heart. This was a mystery
that must be solved before his pistols
spoke. He rose crouching as the
troopers rode away. If Tarleton's
men were around he would, better
leave Firefly where he was in the
woods for a while. A startled gasp
behind him made him wheel, pistol
once more In hand, to find a negro,
mouth wide open and staring at him
from the road.
"Marse Erskine I" he gasped. It
was Ephraim, the boy who had led
Barbara's white ponies out long, long
ago,' now a tall, muscular lad with
an ebony face and dazzling teeth.
"Whut you doin' hyeh, 4 suh? Whar'
yo' hoss? Gawd, I'se sutn'ly glad to
see yuh." Erskine pointed to an oak.
"Right by that tree. Put him In
the stable and feed him."
The negro shook his head.
- "No, suh. I'll take de feed down
to him. -Too many redcoats messln'
round heahl You bettah go in de back
day dey might see yah.
"Wasn't one of those soldiers who
just rode away Mr. Dane Grey?"
The negro hesitated.
- "Yassuh." r
"What's he doing in a British unl unl-.form?"
.form?" unl-.form?" -
V, The boy shifted his great shoulders
uneasily and looked aside.
T dont know, suit I don't know
nuttlnW .-
Erskine knew he was lying, bnt re respected
spected respected his loyalty.
"Go tell Miss Barbara tm here and
then feed my horse."
Trasson."
Ephralm went swiftly and Erskine
followed along the hedge and through
the rose bushes to the kitchen door.
Barbara,' standing in the hall door doorway,
way, doorway, heard his step.
"Erskine I" she cried softly, and she
came to meet him, with both hands
outstretched, and raised her lovely
face to be kissed. "What are you do
ing here?"
"I am on my way to Join Genera
Lafayette."
"But you will be captured. It Is dan dangerous.
gerous. dangerous. The country is full of British
soldiers."
"So I know," Erskine said dryly.
"When did you get here?"
"Twenty minutes ago. I would not
have been welcome just then. I wait-
W in A OIrTA T OC ttt ial ATfcm.
pany."
"Did you see them?" she faltered.
"I even1, recognized one of them.'
Barbara sank Into a chair. hr iha

on one arm, her chin m her hand, her
face turned, her eyes looking outdoors.
She said nothing, bnt the toe of hei
slipper began to tap the floor gently.
There was no further use for indirec indirection
tion indirection or concealment.
"Barbara," Erskine said with some
sternness, and his tone quickened the
tapping of the slipper and made hex
little mouth tighten, "what "does all
this mean?"
"Did you see," she answered, with without
out without looking at him, "that the crops
were all destroyed and the cattle and
horses were all gone?
"Why did they spare the house?'
The girl's bosom rose with one quick,
defiant Intake of breath, and for a
moment she held it. .
V "Dane Grey saved our home."
."How?"
"He had known Colonel Tarleton la
London and had done something for
him over there."
"How did "he get in communication
with Colonel Tarleton when he was
an officer in the American army?"
The girl would not answer.
"Was he taken prisoner?" Still ahe
was silent, for the sarcasm In Ers Erskine's
kine's Erskine's voice was angering her.
"He fought once under Benedict
Arnold perhaps i he is fighting with
him now." ::; f ; ;
"No!" she cried hotly.
"Then he must be a v ;
She did not allow hint to utter the
word. .
"Why Mr. Grey is in British uni uniform
form uniform is his secret not mine."
"And why he is here la yours.
"Exactly I" she flamed. "You are a
soldier. ; Learn what you want to
know from 'him. You are my cousin,
but you are going beyond the rights
of blood. I won't stand It I won't
stand It from anybody.".
"I don't understand you, Barbara
I don't know you. That last' time It
was Grey, you and now" He
paused and, in spite of herself, her
eyes flashed toward the door. Ers Erskine:,
kine:, Erskine:, saw it, drew himself erect,
bowed and strode straight out. Nor
did the Irony of the situation so much
as cross his mind that he should be
turned from his own home by the
woman he loved and to whom he had
given that home. Nor did he look
back else he might have seen her
sink, sobbing, to the floor.
When he turned the corner of the
house Barbara's old mammy and
Ephralm were waiting for him at the
kitchen door.
"Ephralm," he said as he swung
upon Firefly, "you and mammy keep
a close watch, and If I'm needed here,
come for me yourself find come fast."
: Yassuh.' Marse Grey is sutn'ly up
to. some devllmlnt no which stae he
fightin' fer. I got a gal oveh-on the
alge o' de Grey plantation an' she teF
me dat Marse Dane Grey don't wear
dat white uniform all de time."
"What's that what's that r asked
Erskine.
"No, suh. She say he got an udder
uniform, same as yose, an he keeps
t at Jier uncle Sam's cabin an' she's
seed him go dar in white an' come out
in our uniform, an' al'ays at night,
Marse Erskine al'ays at night."
The negro cocked his ear suddenly:
"Take to de woods quick, Marse
Erskine. : Horses comin down the
road."
But the sound pf coming hoof beats
had reached the woodsman's ears
soma, seconds before' the black man
heard them, and already Erskine had

wheeled away. And Ephraim saw
Firefly skim along the edge of a
blackened meadow behind Its hedge
of low trees.
"Gawd S" said the black boy, and
he stood watching the road. A band
of white-coated troopers was coming
in a cloud of dust, and at the head
of them rode Dane Grey.
"Has Capt. Erskine Dale been
here?'' he demanded.
Ephraim had his own, reason for
being on the, good side of the ques questioner,
tioner, questioner, and did not even hesitate.
"Yassuh he jes' lefj.? Dar he goes
now!" With a curse Grey wheeled
his troopers. At that moment Firefly,
with something like the waving flight
of a bluebird, was leaping the meadow
fence into the woods. The black boy
looked after the troopers' dust.
"Gawd !' he said again, with a grin
that showed every magnificent tooth
in his head. "Jest as well try to
ketch a streak o lightning." And
quite undisturbed he turned to tell the
news to old mammy.
(Continued Tomorrow)
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
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
ti stone for their plot, r
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA

Again Takes the Lead in Automobile

ATLANTA, GA., August" 1, 1922.
McLEOD & WATERS :
STUDE BAKER DEALERS '-
OCALA, FLA.
New prices effective August first, F. 0. B.
factory: Light Six Chasis, $785,00; Roadster and
Touring, $975.00 ; Coupe Roadster, $1225.00 ; Sedan,
$1550.00 ; Special Six Chasis, $1000.00; Roadster.
$1250.00 ; Touring, $1275.00 ; Coupe, $1875.00 ; Se Se-dan,
dan, Se-dan, $2500.00; Big Six Chasis, $1300.00; Touring,
$1650.00; Speedster, $1785.00 ; Coupe, $227500;
Sedan, $2475.00. Confirming.
" : 11. S. MENTZER
.Southern Distributor

- We expect to have new cars in oar show rooms, on Ft King Ave Avenue
nue Avenue tn a few days, announcement of which will be made on arrival.
McLEOD & WATERS

: SEVEN DAY SERVICE
AUTO
REPAIR
SERVICE
Our plantis equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
: We employ none but expert
workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
'- Let us clean up and overhaul
your car. You'll be surprised at
the low cost of service' in our
shop.
WE SELL
Fox Tires and Tubes
. Cord 10,000 mile guarantee.
Fabric 6,000 mile guarantee.
STANDARD PRICES
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258 121 W. Broadway
, Night Phone 533
x
Don't Fool Yourself
if
On the Vulcanizing question. It is
important that, your work be done by
someone that is skilled in this line and
uses proper care as well. Your in interest
terest interest will be looked after if yon deal
with us.
BLALOCK BROTHERS
VULCANIZING
Phone 78 for Service Car
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
' ANb BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con
tract twork. Gives more and better
work for the money than, any other
contractor in the city.
Florentine jewelry at THE BOOK
SHOP. V l-3t
Beautiful framed mottoes for
Friendship Day at THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 2S-t
The most expensive things & retail
store can have is empty aisles; they
represent invested dollars going to
waste ADVERTISE.

THE BEST MEATS and
THE BEST GROCERIES
Are noue too good for our patrons, and that's
the only kind we ask them to accept, If any anything
thing anything we furnish you is otherwise let us know
and they're ours.
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Phones 243 and 174

'The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South'
-v - :.- . ; .:
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Rates Reasonable
; .
The Commercial and Daaineaa Man Always Welcome

in

mm
The
Windsor
JACKSONVILLE, FLA

Hotel

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

Price Reduction

Night Phone IIS
Day Phone 47
When the Final Call
Comes to a member of the family. It
Is natural to desire. a memorial servles
In which fltttag- honor shall be paid
and faith In the larger future shall be
expressed. At each a time,' those who
are suffering: the strain of partlna
must be relieved of the details of ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Furthermore. If the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are to be perfect, they
must be placed In Jilgrhly trained and
experienced hands. There is a funeral
director In your community who. pos possessing
sessing possessing this skill, also understands
that fee Is called upon for something
more than professional serrlee that
the essence of his responsibility Is to
carry out each detail in the spirit of
a labor of lore.
GEO. 11ACKAY & COMPANY
Feneral Directors
C. B. Overton, Director
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
" room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor



OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1922

V

TIRE

Prices Reduced

Effective at once we
wish to announce that
the prices on HGCD
TIRES and TUBES have
been substantially re reduced.
duced. reduced. The famous
BOOD needs no intro introduction,
duction, introduction, so get our
prices before buying

" new equipment for

your car. f

: OCALA

Wt : i VULCAH1ZIHG

COMPANY.
Phone 43S

John 8. Xcng W. A. Streud

OCALA, FLORIOA

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTiSETiiENTS
RATES under this heading: are aa
follows: Maximum of six lines one time

25c; three time SOc; six times sc; uue

month 13.0U. Ail accounts pj
ajraurf except to those who have reg-

lar advertising accounts.:

OCALA OCCURRENCES

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

FOR SALE On Fort King avenue,
easy terms, not lot 60 x 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East Fort King
avenue. 2-tf

FOR SALE One 6-room dwelling

with all modern conveniences on E.

4th St.. one 5-room dwelling with

all .modern conveniences on S. Pond
and 8th Sts, vacant lot corner Earl
- and 4th Sts. Reasonable prices and

terms to suit! Apply to Miss Rena

Smith at the Style Hat Shop. 2-6t

LOCAL LEGISLATION

(Continued from first Page)

FOR RENT No. 905 S. Limev St

near 8th St.; six rooms, including

bath, gas and electric lights; all
modern conveniences. Apply J. S.

Heisler, 950 Lake Weir Ave. 2-3t

LOST Kev ring with three keys, one

short and two longer and rather

thin. Lost somewhere on the way to

the Country Club. Finder please

return to Mrs. W. E. Smith. 31-6t

FOR SALE One Ford touring car,

used fifteen months. Address Miss
j Shelton Souter, Anthony, Fla. 31-6t
I LOST Saturday evening, July 22, a

green herring bone coat. Was placed
1 in a Ford car in front of the Anti-

Monopoly Drugstore by mistake.
Finder please notify Parker &

Guynn's store, N. Magnolia St. it

Mrs. Leon Mason left yesterday for

Hendersonville, where she will spend
the month of August.
Auto prices are being reduced as
will be seen by the advertising col columns
umns columns of the Star from day to day.

Merchants & Miners began opera

tion in 1854. Use this line to reach

northern cities. Round trip, Jackson

ville to Niagara Falls, N. Y $76.72;

Long Branch, N. J- $62.07 via Balti

more or Philadelphia. It

Mr: and Mrs. Wade Dumas, who

have been occupying he Davis cottage

at the lake, have returned to the city

The more you see of our methods of

handling fresh meats the better" you

like it. Come and see us. Main Street

! Market.- Phone 108. tf

i Mr. and Mrs. Watterson Tucker are

receiving congratulations on the arriv

al of a dainty little girl baby born at

the hospital last night.

The friends of Miss Lydia Dozier

will regret to hear that she has been
taken to the hospital and hope that in

a short time she will soon be able to

return to her home.

man on the force because of the addi additional
tional additional equipment. He pointed out
that the new equipment was useless

unless there were men enough to use

it. The recommendation was approv approved
ed approved and Mr. Freeman was elected, for
the position at $80 a month.
An. ordinance was passed providing

for the pavement of Oklawaha with
vitrified brick from Osceola to Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula streets and asphalt block from
there to Torrey street.
The merchants on the block .occupied
by the MacKay Company's new store
building are congratulating them themselves
selves themselves upon the fact "that the block blockaded
aded blockaded siuf-walks are open for traffic
again. The broad, smooth sidewalk in
front of MacKay's, has just been

finished.

BETTER let Ditto fieure with you

on the honr building proposition Lots

and material will eo up row and then

you will be sorry yoi didn't act on

the sujrgeiition. Buy and build now.

Ditto, ReaLor. 11-tf

4k

The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society

will sell candy Friday night at the
band concert. l-4t

C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
,?.'.otor Equipment
.Re; idence Phone 305
Office Phcne" 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

FOR RENT Furnished down stairs
apartment; bedroom, dining room,

kitchen, reception parlor, back and
front porch. Apply to Mrs. Rags-

dale, 24 Ray St., phone 530. 31-dt

FOUND A white and' lemon (part

' bird) dog. Owner may find same' at

E. R. Kidder's, R. F. D. A.; An-

tnony rvuau.

LdST One male femon and white

nm'ntpr dron. Answers to the name

rv r-
of Dewey. A liberal reward will hp j

paid for information and return to

Frfid Malever. Ocala. 29-tf

Best full cream cheese per pound

25c. at the U-Serve Stores. l-3t

FOR LEASE
ROOMING HOUSE, $65 MONTH
Now Occupied by T. M. Moore.
Possession August 15
D. NIEL FERGUSON

R. D. Fuller, dentist. Union block,

Dhon&601. 8-2-tf

V

Mr. H. S. McPherson of Belleview

has purchased from Mr. Made Taylor
the handsome Dodge sedan which has

been on display at the Dodge agency

for several days.

Mr. and Mrs. Williams, who have

had apartments at the home ot Mr.

and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins for the past

six months, leave tomorrow for their

home in Atlanta.

Watch This Space

FKKSII SUPPLY
1022
FLOWER
. SEEDS
JtJST IN

G. G. GREENE
Druggist Phone 435
OCALA, FLA.

:

FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, little

used and a bargain. Also Corona
typewriter in good condition and a

bargain. THE BOOK SHOP. 29-6t

LET MOTHERS REST-Special rates

for families through the summer
months. Children half price, at the

Arms House. 26-tf

FOR RENT Two furnished rooms

for light housekeeping. AH conven

iences. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Akin,
615 South Tuscawilla street, or

phone 235. 26-6t

FOR RENT Five room furnished
apartment; private bath, private

entrance. C. C. Bryant, 805 Tusca

willa St, Phone 332. 22-tf

COWS FOR SALE Small herd of

seven fine Jerseys, two just fresh

and three coming in between Au August
gust August and December. If you are

wanting something good at a bar

gain zee A. Pooser, at B. Goldman's

strn-P Rote 347. Ocala. 21

THE' HOME CF

First-Class Bicycle
REPAIRING

Plume 431
BR1QHAMS BICYCLE STORE
Next to Burnett's Tailor Shop

LOST Leather pocket check book

containing about $100, lost at. the
White House hotel, 'H'nesville, on
Tuesday, June 27th. $10 reward.
Finder pleas wire Karl Klaus,
Lodi, California. 20-12t

FOR SALE Number one "preserving
nears. Phone 298. l-3t

The Thursday evening dances at the

springs are becoming popular among

the young folks. Another will be

given tomorrow evening as will be

seen by the advertising announcement

in another column of today's taper.

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant

Food will perform wonders with your

pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court

i Pharmacy. tf

Weihe's jewelry auction, between

Cam's and Munroe & Chambliss Bank,

every afternoon, 4 and 8 o'clock, tf

Mr. C. H. Frazure and family of Mi

ami, who are making their home in
the John Dozier apartment, have as

their euests Mr. and Mrs.' Lamar Fra-

zier of New York, who arrived yester

day, making the trip by automobile.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever, who

have been in the north for the past
two weeks, have returned home. While

away they visited New York and Bal

timore and Mr. Malever purchased a

handsome line of goods for his up-to-

date store.

The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society

will sell candy Friday night at the

band concert. l-4t

The One Way-

Sweet Dream 'Em

Sweet Dreams Oilers a Posi

live Relief from Mosquitoes

Other mosquito remedies might

keen mosquitoes off, but Sweet

Dreams allays all features of chance,

Swet Dreams will positively keep them

off.

It has been said that with a clear

conscience and a bottle of Sweet
Dreams anybody can sleep anywhere

at any tie.

To those who suffer annoyance

from ; mosquitoes we appeal: give

Sweet Dreams just one trial. No

staini nor offensive odor.
TT-kT xrr.-i-.' pAnvpnipncp Swpet Dreams

has feen placed in every drug store

in every town. Liberal sprinkle-top

bottles, only 35c. or three bottles' for

$1.00. v

Entbkm of Satisfaction

WANTED A plasterer to put on

X about a thousand yards of plaster

at Oxford. Apply J. H. Pittman,
Oxford, Fla. l-3t

NOTICE

WANTED House, about eight rooms,

modern conveniences, nice location.
Responsible party.;. Must be reason reasonable:
able: reasonable: P. O. Box 461. 31-3t

LOST Sunday, July 23th, from car

at Blue Springs, a square of green

broadcloth used as carriage robe.
Reward if returned to this office. 3t

The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county, Florida, will
receive bids for the, transportation of
school pupils on the various routes
until nine o'clock Wednesday morning,
Auo-iist tht 9th. 1922. Rids should be

sealed and addressed to H. G. Shealy,
Ocala, Fla. Board reserves the rigr-:
to reject any and all bids.
Route No. 4 Silver Springs, Fort
King to Ocala.
Rontft No. 2. Dunnellon-Shadv road

(same a3 last year) to Ocala.
T Route No. 3. From Fleraington-
Oak Hill to Fairfield.
Route No. 4. From west of Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield to Fairfield.
Route No. 5. From Lacota by Gra Gra-hamville
hamville Gra-hamville to Lynne (about 10 miles).
Route No. 6. From W. H. Fore
thru Eton Creek to Lynne (about 11
miles).
Route No. 7. From Moss Bluff by
Electra school house to Lynne (about
lls miles).

Route Nc. rrom about ume
Foit's hy Brant's and Hudnall's to
Lyrir; (10 miles).
Route No. 9. From Charter Oak to
Summerfield.
Route No. 10. From Fantville to
Fellowship.
Route No. 11. From Bhtchton to
Fellowship. H. G, Shealy,
2-4tdly-ltwky Secretary.

FOR SALE Seven head Jersey milk

cows, good for dairy. Will sell sep

arately or in herd. Call on or write
T. S. Matthews, Interlachen, Flor

ida. 31-6t

WANTED Sweet milk customers

Sweet milk 10c. a quart, delivered

v morning and evening. Drop me a

card. Robert O. Williams, Mgr., K.

A., care J. T. Nelson. 19-tf

H. H. SUMMERLIN Shoe Repair

Shop, ZVz 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

WANTED--Roomers and table board

ers. Apply to Mrs. Alta Hinton, va

N. Watula street. 27-6t

FOUND July 26th, new Goodyear

tire on rim. Owner write to j. j

Rast, Orange Springs, Fla. 29-tf

RAI LROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and 'departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures put)-

jisnea as lmormaiion auu uuv guai guai-anteed.
anteed. guai-anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave for Station Arrive from

2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 am

2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am

l;45pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm

8:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm

:10 am (p)Wiicox o:opm
:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
nMnndav. Wednesdav. Friday.

ij)Tuesday, Thursday,-Saturday.

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY

BETTER insure before. rather than

ifter the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Barnes of Jack

sonville, passed through Ocala yester

day, 'stopping a short time with Mrs.
S. C. M. Thomas, on their way to Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. After, a short visit there they

will retunTto Ocala for a visit with
Mrs. Thomas.

2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am

1:50 pm Jacksonville i:oupm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm

1 ampa-aianatee- v

2:15 am St. Petersburg 45 am

2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg l:doam
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
3 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore will move

ahout the 15th to the lower Bell

apartment now occupied by. Dr. E. G
Lindner and family.

Dr. E. G. Lindner and family have

rented the house on Tuscawilla street
Kv Mr. Jake Brown and now

occupied bv Mr. and Mrs: Harvey

Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are mov-

vaz this week and will for the time

being make their home with Mrs.
Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Harris.

Leave for Station

Arrive from

"Say it with flowers," and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.
Phone 30M. Zinnias, roses, pinks and
pink vine in bloom now. 7-7-lm

Mr. A. G. McKay, who was injured
in an automobile accident Sunday
night, is still unconscious, his condi condition
tion condition being critical.

Perry and Mrs. Ferry s niece, iorne
Mae McDonald, of Miami, arrived in

the city this afternoon for a visit

with Mrs. Perry's daughter, Mrs. R.

J N. Dosh, and other relatives. They

came through the country with Mr. W.
I. Evans, in his car. Mr. Evans and
Mrs. Evans, who has been visiting her
mother. Mrs. S. A. Standley, will leave

J tomorrow for a visit to Mr. Evans'
j old home in Bay St. Louis, Miss.

HALF AGENTURY
OLIataLian Praises Black-Draught,
Ha?iegU$ed !t "Can Safely
Say for, 50 Years."
Grstdfteld, Okla. One of the best
innvn farmers of Tilman County. Mr.

a. W. Ti idala, who owns and manages
a waeon vard here, says:

"I hare used Thedford's Black-

Draught I believe I can safely say lor
ffftv "fnra.

"I a-as born and reared In Texas,

Preesroae County, sixty-four years ago.
I hav.-i been married furty-f our years.
My father used Black-Draught tefore I
was Tianipd. and srave it to us .

. "For forty-foasyears of my married
life, it hns had a place on our medl medl-Mnft
Mnft medl-Mnft chPlf. and Is the only laxative, or

liTer mtillcire. we use. We use It

f.ir trmi-i liver, sour stomach, head

ache, indigestion ... I don't think we
could get along without it, knowing

what it has done tor us, ana tae money
it h K-i-fxl it i lust as good and re-

HahiP tfv'av as it was when .we be ran

ta jico mt hovs use it and they ara

satisfied it's the best liver medlcin

they have ever used.
ThAiifnr.l'a -T?!ark Draught Is purely

vegetable, not disagreeable to take
T?i in nromnt and natural way.

So icany thousands c-f irsons have

Len benefited by tLe & 01 1 neaiora b

black-Draught, you ssouia nave no
hePitancv in trying this valuable old
well-estabKshed remedy, for most liver
and stomach disorder. NC-139D.

Onr Service Car is Always ai the Command o! onr Patrons

Change

in OwncrsWp of Tire

and Vulcanizing Business

On and after August 1st, the undersigned
wili have charge of the CCAIA TIRE & VUL VULCANIZING
CANIZING VULCANIZING COMPANY, next to MacKay 8c Co.,
on North Magnolia street. We are thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly equipped for hatodling VULCANIZING
of ve very description on short notice, and we
solicit the patronage of the car owners of
Marion and nearby counties. Our prices
will be found reasonable, and we guarantee
every piece ot work turned out.

JOHN R. LONG
WM. A. STROUD

Exclusive Agency lor Hood Tires and Tubes ;

Corn Flakes i
three for
Jello 12c. package,
three for. .......

25c
33c

Quaker Oats, 12c. pkg., OO OO-three
three OO-three for..,.
Marocala Butter,
per pound
One quart new honey, C g
per jar.......... vJ'

Post Toasties,
three for ......
Premier Salad
Dressing......
Uneedas,
three for. ....
Octagon Soap,
three f or.
Senate Coffee, -per
pound. ...

25c
40c
20c
20c
40c

Pint Jars Orange Marmalade.--Ten-ounce
Glasses Guava Jelly -

40 c
25c

Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Cho
and other Feeds -.

F

mm

E

MANGE

ST

ORE

PHONE 163

CRESCENT FISH MAKnET

nn VaTiri nt all times a large stock

of fresh and salt water fish. DaDy
shipments. Will dress and deliver t
any part of the city on short notice.

August 6th is' Friendship Card Day.
You will find just the sentiment you
are looking for at THE SPECIALTY

SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 28-bt
W. K. Lane. M. D- physician and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf:.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

iCCIDENT

AUTOMOBILE

Some wonderful values in earl
beads at THE BOOK SHOP, i l-3t



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