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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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TEMPERATURES This morning, 70 i this afternoon, 83.
-f ..
Sun Rises tomorrow, 5:48; Sets, 7:19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 185
GROWERS GOING :
TO GET TOGETHER
ilffl WASTE OF
GOOD IIIIITII
PALS MADE 110-
TTLE FLYING
SPECULATION RIFE
MADE GRAVE GIIAOGE
AGIST USE?
; CATS LOOK PITIFUL
U TODAY
ABOUT THE STRIKE

WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight, local thundershowers Saturday.

Intend to Meet in Ocala' Monday To
Try to Form a Marketing
Association

' The marketing committee of the
Marion County Chamber of Com-
merce, some of the representative to tomato
mato tomato growers and representatives of
banks in the count v will meet Monday

morning at ten o'clock at the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce ,to consider a plan
for organizing the tomato growers of
this sectidh in a marketing associa association.
tion. association. Mr. Samuel G. Hood, field rep rep-'
' rep-' resentative of the North American
Fruit Exchange, which after January
1st will be a part of the American
Farm Bureau, will present the plan
to be considered. If the plan meets
with approval a meeting of the tomato
growers will then be called for the
purpose of perfecting the organiza
-., tion. ;.:.vv i
Mr. Hood was in Ocala last week
, and in sounding out the sentiment of
6 some of the tomato growers found
that they looked with favor up the
. forming of some kind of a marketing
organization. Mr. Hood, as field rep representative
resentative representative of the North American
Fruit Exchange, offers to assist with
the organization of the tomato grow-
ers if the growers decide that they
want to undertake the organization
' after hearing his plan.

AS USUAL, HENRY FORD
OBTAINS ACTION
.Making Arrangements to Deliver Fuel
From the Non-Union Coal
Fields
,' Detroit, Aug. 4. (By Associated
Press).-It is announced by the Ford
. Motor Company as soon as arrange-
' mentscan bemade, with the Louis Louisville
ville Louisville & Nashville railroad, the De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Toledo & Ironton will begin the
1 delivery of coal cars for movement
( from the non-union coal fields.
An arrangement wherby cars from
Henry Ford's railroad would be de delivered
livered delivered to the non-union mines by the
Louisville f& Nashville and returned
to Michigan by the same route is an announced
nounced announced by the Ford Motor Car offi officials,
cials, officials, who express the belief that
enough coal can be brought in to keep
the Detroit district in operation as
well as the public utilities, thus insur insuring
ing insuring 1,000,000 men their jobs.
-When the coal scarcity has been
overcome here, it was said, the rail railroad
road railroad might be able to divert a large
amount of coal to other points in the
state.
WROTE THE FINISH
OF THE ROOSTER
Lakeland, August 4 Motorists who
have made the run between Lakeland
and Bartow a; few times will recall a
- huge red rooster that strutted along
'the highway at Haskell and who had
a habit of getting m the way of al almost
most almost every machine that passed. The
rooster is no more. He was struck
by. a gas buggy chugging along at
more than a mile a minute.
Deputy Sheriff Sam Williams finish finish-ed
ed finish-ed the fowl, and was almost finished
himself. Williams, patrolling the
. highway on a motorcycle, was, passed
by a flivver whose driver had it mov moving
ing moving along at forty miles an hour, ac according
cording according to the speedometer on the
y motorcycle. Williams set sail after
it and the flivver having gained quite
a bit the demit v was forced to sneed

up. William's speedometer was reg reg-istering
istering reg-istering sixty-two miles an hour when
the rooster got in his way at Haskell.
The air was filled with feathers, the
' motorcycle skidded and the deputy
was thrown. When the machine and
Williams came to a standstill the dep deputy
uty deputy discovered he had been thrown
; thirty-four paces from the motorcycle.
He escaped with nothing more than
bruises. The speeding flivver got away.
: away. v
LORD NORTHCL1FFE ILL
-v 1
London, Aug. 4. (By Associated
Press).- Great anxiety is felt today
over the condition of Viscount North North-cliff
cliff North-cliff e. Some increase in heart weak weakness
ness weakness was previously noted and he is in
jl state, of general exhaustion.
K E D S, the white Canvas SHOES,
reduced from $2.25 to $1.69 at
FISHEL'S. 8-4-4t

Get the best bread in town at Car Carter's
ter's Carter's bakery. ,3-t

Indiana National Guard and Coal
Miners Shoot for an, Hour And
Hit Nobody

Staunton, Ind., Aug. 4. By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The first hostilities in
connection with taking over the coal
mines by the state occurred today
when National Guardsmen oji guard
duty were fired upon from ambush.
The fire was- returned by the guards guardsmen
men guardsmen and later firing was taken up
over the entire area, continuing for
more than an hour. 'There were no
casualties.
FLORIDA MAN SHOT,
PERHAPS FATALLY
While Defending His Wife 'From
Attack of Negro
, Assailants
Carthage, N. C, Aug. 4. A. E.
Ketchen, of Miami, Fla., was shot and
perhaps fatally wounded while de defending
fending defending his wife from attack of three
negroes last night near Southern
Pines. Two of the negroes who at
tacked Ketchen's automobile have con confessed
fessed confessed according to Sheriff Blue, and
all three have been placed in the state
penitentiary at Raleigh for safe keep keeping.
ing. keeping. Ketchen was en route from Mi Miami
ami Miami to New York and camping for the
night beside the highway when at
tached.
ONE .WAY ONLY
TO CHANGE PLAYERS
St. Louis, Aug. 4. (By Associated
Press). The waiver route will prob probably
ably probably be made the only mgthod by
which inter-league .ranges of players
can be effected after the season is un under
der under way, aecordin gto President John Johnson
son Johnson of the Am'erican League, when the
league officials meet herein December.
REALTORS ADVOCATE
HOMESEEKERS RATES
Among the many valuable pieces of
work being done at this time by the
Florida Realtors Association for the
benefit of the state and its members
is the recent appointment of a strong
committee to secure the restoration of
homeseekers rates to Florida, which
were withdrawn during the war, when
the government took over the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. If this committee succeeds In
this the results will be of inestimable
value to Florida development; to the
railroads in the way of increased
travel to the state during the dull
summer passenger season southward,
as well as being the means of increas increased
ed increased freight movement, both inbound
and outbound, as many of the home-
seekers become actual property own
ers in Florida; and last but not least,
the members of the state and local
realtors associations will be benefited
by the results of organized effort.
The committee appointed is a very
representative one, consisting of a
member from each of the realtors as associations
sociations associations of the state, the member
from Marion counfy being Mr. F. W.
Ditto. Gordon Nye, editor of the
Florida Real Estate Journal, Miami,
is secretary.
At a meeting of this committee held
in Jacksonville July 1th, the chairman
reported that considerable work had
been done and formal application for
homeseekers rates on a basis of one
fare for the round trip, plus $2, tickets
on sale twice a month the year around,
with stop-over privileges and limited
to twenty-one days, had been filed with
the Southeastern Passenger Associa
tion and an early date requested for
a hearing.
It is hoped that all the realtors as
sociations, as well as chambers of
commerce which have not already done
so, will bring this important matter to
the attention of their bodies and adopt
supporting resolutions and send them
at once to Chairman H. H. Richardson,
408 St James building, Jacksonville,
that they may be in his hands prior
to. the hearing by the carriers which
will be fixed for an early date.
The Cathoiic Ladies Aid Society
will sell candy Friday night at the
band concert. l-4t
The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society
will sell candy Friday night t the
band concert. l-4t
Patronize home industry by buying
Carter's Bakery bread, cakes, pies,
etc. Then, too, they're the best. 3-6t

Visiting Team Polished Off the Locals
By a Score of Five To
One

Our old friend William Shakspere
was pretty good at writing and his
"Comedy of Eerrors" is a good old
play, but when it comes to staging a
"Comedy of Errors," the producer in
the world has nothing on the Ocala
Wildcats.
Oldfolfcs Whitney and Gordon Ep Epperson
person Epperson had a regular pitchers' battle
on the Ocala lot yesterday but a
glance at the final score of the game
would never indicate that Whitney
had the better end of the decision be between
tween between himself and Epp. Oldfolks was
unfortunate in his support and altho
he pitched a golden article of ball he
was snowed under to the tune of fine
to one. Whitney allowed only five
hits, struck out four, walked one?
Epp gave up six hits, fanned seven
and walked four. With sterling sup support
port support from both teams Epp and Whit
would have been working like well oil oiled
ed oiled machines until darkness put a stop
to the battle. Neither team secured
an earned run off these two pitchers.
It was somewhat disheartening to
Whitney to have his teammates pile
up a total of seven errors behind his
faultless twirling. The Pals made
three errors behind Epperson and
made all three errors in one inning
and thus allowed Ocala her only run
of the game.
Every man but two on the Wildcats'
team made an error. Rymer and Wood
held their records spotless although
Rymer got a close decision between a
misjudged fly and a two-base hit that
Larzo poled out to the left garden.
Rymer ran up a step or two when the
ball first left the bat but in the judg judgment
ment judgment of the scorers he would" not have
been able to get the drive had he
started back on the instant the ball
was hit. Wood played exceptionally
good ball in right for Ocala as did also
Peters for the Pals. Both right field fielders
ers fielders played Jesse James on several oc occasions.
casions. occasions. The Pals drew first blood in the
third. Holden led off and.drew a free
pass. Epperson sacrificed him to sec second.
ond. second. Callahan hit a hot one through
Leon and Holden scored before the
ball came back from right field. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson flew out to right and Callahan
was caught asleep on second, retiring
the side.
In the fourth the Wildcats tied the
score and made the local fans feel
good but their happiness was short
lived. Masters led off with a single to
center. Leon attempted a sacrifice but
both runners were safe when Larzo
threw wild to second. The ball rolled
to center field and Masters went to
third but Leon was caught trying to
make second. Taylor fanned. Over Over-street
street Over-street hit to short who fumbled th
ball and Masters scored, Overstreet
going to second on the throw to the
plate. Epperson tried to catch Over Over-street
street Over-street off second and Callahan missed
the throw. -Overstreet went to third
and tried to make a run on the error
but was caught at the plate.
In the fifth the Pals made two more.
Larzo hit a hot one to Leon who made
a good stop but threw wild. Gonzales
bunted to Whit who threw wild in his
haste to cut off Larzo. Holden sacri sacrificed
ficed sacrificed the runners to second and third.
Epperson went put Whitney to Taylor,
but Larzo scored after Overstreet
tried to catch him off third and threw
wild. Callahan singled and scored
Gonzales. Robinson went out Leon to
Taylor and retired the eide.
In the seventh the Pals crossed the
plate once more. Gonzales led off
with a single to third base which was
one of the over-cooked variety. Holden
sacrificed. Epperson hit one to Leon
but Taylor tried to play the hog and
then errored the chance. Before the
ball was retrieved Gonzales was
across the plate. In the eighth the
Pals made still another. Robinson was
first up and Taylor retired him un
assisted. Wynn singled. Qunra hit a
hot one to Taylor who threw to second
to cut off Wynn but Francis dropped
the ball and both runners were safe
Peters singled and scored Wynn.
The Box Score
Wildcats AB R H PO A E
PWioia rs 4 0 0 1 2 1
Masters, 3rd 4 1 1 I 2
Leon, 2nd 2 0 0 4 3 2
To-oW it. 4 0 1 13 0 1
Overstreet, c 3 01 5 0 1
Wood, rf 3 0 1 2 0 0
If 4 0 2 1 1 0
".
(Concluded on Fourth Pags)

Expects to Begin His One-Stop Ocean

to Ocean Journey Sunday
Evening
San Antonio, Texas, Aug. 4. Lieut.
H. J. Doolittle of Kelly Field, left
here at 7 a. m. for Jacksonville, Fla.,
in preparation for his attempt to
make a one-stop trip from coast to
coast. Lieut. Doolittle expects to
leave Jacksonville Sunday evening at
o'clock. The one stop proposed will
be at Kelly Field here to replenish his
fuel supply. The flight will be made
on authority of the chief of the "air
service in order to determine the
feasibility -of coast to coast one-stop
flights.
GERMANS WILL NEVER
PAY A JITNEY
In Reparation to the Allies If They
Can Get Out Of It
Paris, Aug. 4. (By the Associated
Press). German banks within the
last fofty-ight hours transferred to
Holand and Switzerland between sixty
and seventy million French francs
which hav been on deposit in Ameri American
can American and other foreign banks in Paris,
the Associated Press learned today.
The money was hurriedly withdrawn,
it is understood, in anticipation of its
being seized by the French govern
ment as part of the penalties to be im imposed
posed imposed upon Germany for her refusal
to pay two million pounds sterling, an
installment due for private debts con con-tratced
tratced con-tratced before the war with French Frenchmen.
men. Frenchmen. VOLUNTEER STATE
STANDS BY McKELLAR
Memphis, Aug. 4. Kenneth D. Mc-
Kellar, junior senator from Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, who was renominated in yester
day's democratic primary election, is
conceded a majority of more than
200,000 on his nearest opponent on re
turns from fifty counties. In the
gubernatorial contest, Austin W. Peay
of Clarksville, is leading Benton Mc Mc-Millin
Millin Mc-Millin by nearly 4000 with Harvey
Bannah, the third candidate, far be
hind.
HEALTH OFFICER'S
. REPORT FOR JULY
Dairies inspected and milk exam
ined as follows:
Close dairy: Inspection, 92 per cent;
butter fat, 3.6 per cent, batceria,
26,800.
, Foxworth: Inspection, 60 per cent.
Gray: Inspection, 84 per cent; but butter,
ter, butter, fat, '3.6 per cent, batceria, 307,200.
Painter: Inspection, 93 per cent;
butter fat, 3.6 per cent; bacteria, 82,-
200.
Poppe: Inspection, 82 percent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.0 per cent; batceria, 220,400.
Rose: Inspection, 75 per cent.
Thrash: Inspection, 82 per cent.
Warner: "Inspection, 86 per fent;
butter fat, 1 4 per cent; bacteria, 213, 213,-600.
600. 213,-600. Cleanest milk (fewest bacteria),
Mrs. Close.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Magnolia, Mordis,
Sawaya, Heintz, Brown, Dawkins,
Mixon, New York, Sarasota, Lowe,
Marsh, Federal, Carter, Cook Eagle,
Cook, good; Fish Marget, Broadway,
Golman, Greer, fair.
v
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
BA

Representatives of Strikers Meet The

President Tomorrow for a Few
More Chews at the Rag
Chicago, Aug. 4. (Bv Associated
Press). Developments in the railroad
strike are confined today to specula
tion as to what the next peace move
would be and reports of violence from
various points during the last twenty-
four hours. Union officials here are
awaiting work from President Hard
ing concerning their message accent
ing his proposals for ending the strike.
Railroad executives, and strike leaders
still maintained their attitudes on the
seriority question.
CONTINUED RAG CHEWING
Washington, Aug. 4. Representa
tives of the six striking shop crafts
unions on the Southern Railway sys system
tem system will meet in Washington tomor
row with H. W. Miller, vice president
in charge of operations on the svstem
to consider proposals for, settlement
ot the strike on the basis su?erested
by President Harding to executives of
al aiiroads. f
GOLDMAN TRIAL IS
NEARING ITS END
Jacksonville, Aug. 4v The state
closed its-case this forenoon" in the
trial of Abe. Goldman, local automo automobile
bile automobile salesman, charged with second
degree murder in connection with the
death here last spring of Howard
Sawyer, tax assessor of Monroe coun
ty. Sawyer was run down by an au automobile
tomobile automobile which it is charged Goldman
was driving. There "is a possibility
that the case might go to the jury late
today.
JUDGE CLAYTON ISSUES
ANOTHER INJUNCTION
Jacksonville, Aug. 4 Federal Judge
Clayton issued an interlocutory in
junction today against interference
with the property or employes of the
Atlantic Coast Line Railway after a
hearing jon the temporary restaining
order issued last wek against former
employes.
BAND CONCERT TOINGHT
The program this evening will be
as follows:
1. March, National Spirit (Hummel)
2. I Want My Mammy (Breau).
3. Among the Roses, a summer idyl,
,(Lake).
4. Swanee River Moon (Clark).
5. The Sunny South, southern plan plantation
tation plantation songs (Lampe).
6. .Georgia (Donaldson).
Intermission
7. March, Faustina (Watson).
8. Selection from Shuffle Along (Sis (Sis-sle
sle (Sis-sle and Blake.)
9. Ka-Lu-a (Kern).
10. Moonlight in Venice (Beyer).
11. Dangerous Blues (Brown).
12. Star Spangled Banner.
EOT SCOUTS TO THE RESCUE
War. has been declared. It's a fight
to the finish now. I want every scout
out Friday night, and I want him
fighting mad.
Time, 8 p.m.
Place, scout headquarters.
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster.
The more you see of our methods of
handling fresh meats the better yon
like it. Come and see ns. Main Street
'Market. Phone 108. tf

PAL ATM A verses

Owner of the New York Herald Ac

cused bv Senator Gondin-
; Of Idaho
Washington. Ausr. 4. FrrV A
Munsey, owner and publisher of the
New York Herald, was charred tnHav
in the Senate by Senator Conditio-, of
Hado, chairman of the republican ag ag-rigulcnral
rigulcnral ag-rigulcnral tariffi bloc, with fighting
the administration tariff bill in the
interest of his investments in Europe.
ITALY ALSO HAS
LABOR ERUPTIONS
Rome, Aug. 4. Two persons were
killed and several hundred injured in
fighting between fascia ti and com-
munits at Ban, la connection with the
general strike, according to latest re
ports received here. V
BODY OF BELL WILL
BE LAID TO REST
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Ane. 4L The
body of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell
will be laid to rest this evening from
tne nome on Beinn Breagh mountain
which he had occupied for thirty-five
successive summers. At sunset inter
ment will be, made in a granite tomb
blasted in the summit, of the moun mountain,
tain, mountain, part of the Bell estate. The body
will be borne to the burial place on
the highest point in eastern Nova
Scotia by members of the Bell estate.
Simple ceremonies will be held at the
grave. "All telephones in America and
Canada will be silent from 6:25 to
6:26 eastern time.
SPARE
Sparr, Aug. 2. Mr. J. L. Grantham
was so much pleased with his recent
visit to South Florida, that he decided
to invest in a $1200 business lot at
Hollywood.
Messrs, Jay and Charlie Boyles re returned
turned returned Sunday night from a few days
visit to Brewster. Mrs. Charles Boyles
add daughter Blanche, who have "been
visiting for several weeks at Arcadia
and Palmetto, came back in the car
with htem.
Master Clifford Thomas is enjoying
a nice visit with relatives in Lakeland.
Mrs. Julia Colbert is moving to her
place at Anthony this week.
Mr. Charles Thomas is spending
this month at a training camp at An An-niston,
niston, An-niston, Ala. v
Mrs. Charlie Ellis came down from
Citra this afternoon to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson.
" Mr. and Mrs. John Luff man' have
both been on the sick list for the past
week, but their friends will be glad to
know that they are improving.
Mrs. Clifton Smoak and baby have
returned to their home at Fairfield
after a pleasant visit with Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Stephens.
Mrs. J. E. Thomas and little daugh daughters
ters daughters Ernestine and Elouise, are spend spending
ing spending this week at Oxford.
Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Pasteur leave on
a trip to Orlando in their car tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning. They will have as their
guests on the trip Misses Carolyn and
Fanny Pasteur of Anthony.
v The protracted services at the M. E.
church closed Sunday night. Eev.
Rowell did some splendid preaching
and we feel sure a wonderful amount
of good has been done. Six members
were added to the church!
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society
will sell candy Friday night at the
band concert. l-4t
(tJCALA



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922

f

Ocala Evening Star

lablUhe4 Kvery Dm Except SmmAT y
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

they are backed by the great Tampa McRAE SECONDS

Tribune. It will in truth take only! THE STAR'S MOTION

five hundred men to enable a candidate

to have his name placed on the ticket,! Editor Star: I heartily endorse

but this is almost ten times the num-lyrhat you said in your issue of the

ber of the members of the state dem-1 star of July 31st, with reference to

1 &HvSv$

H. J. Blttlaser, PrcaUcat
H. D. LnnifN Vle-PreUt

H. V. Leave-,' Seeretry--r

J. U. Beajaa-la, Kdltr

Entered at Ocala, FIa, poatofflc aa;

se.ond-cl&ss matter.
;-. I ? TELKPHO-IBf : : f:;--BiiIhm
Of flee i ...... .Flve-Oa

tdltrlal Utwrtattt Tw8vea

Mcletr Reporter Flve-Oa

ocratic executive committee. .
THAT EXECUTIVE

COMMITTEE PROPOSITION

the state democratic executive com

mittee meeting to nominate a candi candidate
date candidate to succeed Hon. Wen. N. Sheats.

' Such action on the part of the com

mittee would be undemocratic and un

I As Usual, Nash Leads the World in

So far as the Star knows, the propo- J fair to any others who might want to TV;

sition of Chairman Raney of the dem- run for the omce of state supennten- 7fZ

ocratic executive committee for the Idem,

committee to nominate a successor to I The fair and just way, and I think i

Mr. Sheats is confined to himself. We the legal way, for an aspirant to get ;

have not heard of any other member I his or her name on the ticket would be

of the committee favoring it. Some, to circulate petitions m all the coun

ties asking that the names of such

aspirants be placed on the ticket to j

:-" t
Motor Car Values

MEMBER ASSOCIATED. PRESS
The Associated Press la exclusively
.ntUl.il n H tig. tl9 n -tttlttf yn nt

all news dispatches credited to it or not I we know; are opposed to it.

This is the first time we ever dis

All rights ot republication of special agreed with Mr. Raney, wh is a gen- be voted for m November- The peti

dispatches herein are also reserve. -t,rtTyl vvo mct tions. when siened. to be filed with the

profound respect. It is impossible, boards of county commissioners of the

domestic subscription rates l profound respect, it is

One, year, to advance $1.00 however, to acrree with anv friend in I various counties, who would print the

I fill I I

i!so everything.

I trust the state democratic execu-

Three months, In advance

Three months, In advance
One monta. In advance ...

names on the tickets for the Novem-

party J ber election.

permit that a county committee, when

ADVERTISING rates

Display i Plate 15 cents -per inch t or la countv official dies or retires durineltive committee will not as a'commit-

."f'cenVad term, to recommend to the gov- tee, recommend or endorse any can-

tlon charges on ads. that run, less than I ernor a maQ to fill his place until theldidate for state superintendent

Very respectfully,
W. A. McRae,
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Tallahassee, Aug. 2, 1922.

position z- iper cent additional, j atenex. general eieciion. ut it uoes nuk

based on iour-lnch minimum. Less than -nr-rriittpp countv or state,
four- Inches will take & hlsrher rate. 8,ve anv committee, county or stale,

which will he furnished upon apllca-1 nower' to nominate candidates for anv

- i - i

.lU. I

Rea-l-s; Netleesi Five cents -per line

lor nrsi mseriion; xnree cenis per une We have not heard that it even

ior eacn guuiequeni uieriioa. uni I ... . ...

change a week allowed on readers with- gives the state committee power to

out extra composition charges

Legal advertisements at legal

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

rates.

EIGHT YEARS AGO

recommend. The state committee

made no attempt to recommend to the

governor any man to succeed Mr.

(Evening Star Aug. 4, 1902)
Word comes from Bowline Green.

Sheats. We do not remember any K, that Ned Turnlev was drowned in

r, .- i i

Aug. 4, I914.-Germany having staie commiKee in Green river a few days ago. He was
'.-- vwira r po rim mTim nc to the trnvprnnr I t ,. -n,

been flatly ' refused- permission to
march troops unhindered across Bel Belgian
gian Belgian 'territory, -declared war on Bel

gium. There had already been fight fighting"
ing" fighting" between German and Belgian
.'troopV!-iJ;i''f ":

years recommending to the governor the onf CaDtain w. H.

any man to fill a vacancy. lived in Ocala and nn TaVe Weir un

The democrats of Florida have re- to a few vears gi. leavin hp

H 1 ? 1

peaieaiy snown tnai tney are lmpa

his home has been in Clarksville. Tenn

x j3 A 1 fj I

iieni oi any assumption oi aumoniyi Maior Teacrue and Mis Teaon,,, nf

by the state committee. Once theyLad father and si ter of F A
1 . 1 J J 1 I

vri arraincr it t.t nticcinrr m oci M

President WUsonsiened the bm an- 1 , J" 7 and league, came up today to

!. .,.; ,f, itnat it naa

propriating two and a half million d6l

lars to help Americans escape from
war areas in Europe. u 3

tifiable.

mm I Or VailUtUMI UIOH llHV
I via I amm o VAirn-vriwi r ... -.-nf-4 I

... & . rebellion this time one entirely jus-

uiak x-iiici i-aiia wuuiu nut ue nuuncu
to leave Germany during the period
of mobilization.
Gerihany 1 appealed to Italy to re reconsider
consider reconsider its decision' to remain neutral.

For the first time, a German air

l a clearly defined right to -Bit Mr. and Mrs F. A. Teamie.

i t Jl ol a! I

uo. inow, us me oiars opinion inaii p s Wo Qf,r.fn- r v iur;ii-

it tne committee meetsnd picss out of t. a nd H w Lon0. of Martei

1 - 1 I

a candidate mat mere win De anotner

were visitors in Ocala today.

A squad of the Ocala Rifles was

busy tday putting up targets and
measuring off the 600-yard range on
the old field just east of the hammock

on Fort King avenue, where the old

Miss Jefferson Bell, one of the

society writers of that bright and

newsy paper, the Miami Herald, is in tare-et was located. The bovs will o-et

I eX- I.. '-, i

man dropped bombs on Paris. They """ r.' v r V Pusy and nope t0 send a sIuacl to Sa

did little harm. ,7 V... vannah the last ox this -month.

The North German Llovd liner. iur: .bep" eu a"...AV.lss tyJ F. W, Ditto has been in town for

I an1 fVl tc iianriva K n-rr rVHaa lattiA I .

----- r-;i- .v;-v. xt-I -"-"- """ I several dava in the interest of his m

viiui vcvue; Tf aiiuu icit Aiwn i ii -. j i I

i'"1'" w,oj, vestment company and is making his

i rnn -..i enn Tim d t r i vn i Tin n

with ten million dollars m goldr put in . , t i

or kq M orhni lvi a av.j-1 t-ri va11 nroa I w

aaaiuvii jjjlm axavt Kvau w cj i : i ; i f l f rrr t 1

later shioned bv rail back to New on 1 ira m Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Uttle daughter
York. Beach to Okeechobee via bus, across Virginia, and Miss Annie Atkinson of

Greece promised-to remain neutral ine. T e 1 onna.DOf1' Fellowship, left today to spend a few
. . r I and from Moore Haven to Ocala bvl i. i t Tn.:

fice.

Mrs.

if Bulgaria would do likewise.

and from Moore Haven to Ocala by weeks at that pleasant resort, White

.ail n QTimTff ro io xn TTTnoD n 1

The Turkish government began to V . 7 Springs.

, ootamea a gooa iook at a very inter

. mobilize its army and navy.

aefinff 4-- 4 o IMTiec. "Rll 'a I

German troops invaded Belgium in 1 j
,r I friends in Ocala and vicinity are al-

T,,r of V "Tr O

. I g lad to see her
Great Britain served an ultimatum I ways 8a oseeer

on Germany demanding the immed immediate
iate immediate evacuation by- German troops of

Belgium.

The more we see of the workings of

the state road department engineers

Ocala Ten Years Ago

(Evening Star Aug. 4, 1902)
Mrs. H. W. Henry and two pretty

daughters of Lake Weir, are spending

some time at Daytona Beach,

TV.T Tc WT T"-1 a c?-r.-r.v.r rTVi

Small force of Uerman cavalry cut -j "I time in Jacksonville with his family.

to pieces, by French, near Nancy.

uermans achieved small successes

over Russians in Poland.
President Wilson signed a neutral
ity proclamation.

Six hundred thousand Germans

started on the march that was stopped

five weeks later at the Mame.

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GAS

OIL GREASE

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JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
Ocala, Florida.

are-that the; next legislature should

pass a law creating a board of control

Mr. Jules Cohn, who recently re-

to which' counties and people having .urnef. T a 7 St- Petersburg,

that it is. making wonderful develop

ment.

grievances may appeal. Summerfield

Chronicler

we nave too many boards now.

What we need is sturdy sills and

staunch uprights.

TOO BIG FOR ITS BREECHES

DISAPPOINTED THE DOCTOR

( Speaking of the proposition' that

the state democratic executive com

mittee nominate a candidate for' state

didn't happen in

The following

Ocala:

A young man; called at the house other point in the north

Mr. and Mrs. John Boisseau left to

day for Jacksonville. From that city
Mrs. Boisseau will go to her home in
Chipley.

Mrs. L. A. Gabel and children left

this morning for a visit in Bartow.

Mr. Will Taylor left this morning

for a visit to New York city and

Tampa Tribune says:

' "And we do not like the attitude of
any man or paper which declares it
will hot be bound by the action of the

party oi wnicn it is a memDer, or

is

Mr. H. D. Stokes, the efficient cash

ier -of the Ocala National Bank,

spening his vacation with his brother
on his farm near the Devil's Millhop Millhop-per,
per, Millhop-per, in Alachua county.

Mr. J. C. Jackson has returned from

superintendent of public education, the of a celebrated diagnostician and ask

ea 10 see tne aoctor.

Have you an appointment?" the

office nurse asked.

jno, l navent, the young man

replied.

which it is supposed to approve. The The nurse consulted the doctor's suc'cessful business trip to Alabama

democratic nominee for the office of PPmeni; nsx.
state srmermtendPnt of nnhli J 1 think I can work you m after the

structfon will be carefully selected for nfXt Patnt leaves," she said, "so

his'fitness and party loyalty, by the Piease K mame ma. room ana iaxe

functioning head of the party in this v"l V" .

tjto"tl,A fQ om.7.ti- ,w.n. Aase my ciowies uu; me yuuug

' I i i n i

committee. .Everv btW' Tnan- who raan exciaimeaj wna. iur

I nni 1 i i 1

wants to mav havR his nam a tAaooA A ne QOClor nas maae 11 an "osoiuw

on the general election ballot, if he not to see anybody --less -that

ran tiP rpnttisitA "nnmW nf t,oy,a 13 aone- we nurse saia nrmiy.

tcf bis netitionr and it's a mio'hiv twr! oUt aon t want to lane my

man indeed who in Florida cannot find clothes off" the youn? man ins5sted-

fivA hnnnrpH nnlA who will t V,i Then I'm sorry, but you can t see

r i

him put on a

the doctor," the nurse said.

ouest ask to have

fvWv "Well, if that's the case, I'm game,!

To use a homelv old comnariso th- the young man said

Tribune has become too big for its A few moments later the doctor
breeches. It should take a sits bath in entered the room and found ,th! young

alnm water. Whv in RhpnTu should man awaiting him stark naked.

- r-o- o--r o-- "Well, sir," the doctor said, "what

or the TrihnnA i nip.ei m I seems to be your trouble?

w.

"Doctor, the young man replied. "I

called to see if you would renew your

wife's subscriotion to the Ladies'

Home Journal."

or it sees fit to express his opinion?
The democratic jparty of Florida has
not given the executive committee any
' power to name candidates. If it tries
to usurp such power,, what the people

will do to it will be a plenty, v There 1 NOTICE

! r a a ttmo OTl tVlo 'Vlr iKnn Affi&A

, . Notice is hereby given that the

ine commit... iur M.rSig its u.i.-haBrA of -..vi:. ;nstr,,rtion m anrl fn

gaiea ngnu uw tfc mreaiens wmi Marion county will receive bids until

its displeasure those who announce 13 o clock Wednesday afternoon, Aug.

they will not be influenced by the at- 9th for letting the dormitory for the
tempt of certain members of the com- g ffi 3 tf.

mittee to4 exercise powers they do not dressed to H. G. Shealy, Ocala, Flor-

nossess. let it De uispieasea bdu u- iaa. oara reserves me rign. w re-

' v.-nn. it Th dpmrwmta of Florida ject any and all bids. By order of the

, ... j!.i. ..JA-itluvaiu vi uuum; luski u.tivu. ii.ai i-u

mil tu run nirmmi iu uv n 1 1 uruuuii v.i ,

" - county. ii. u. aneaiy,

hotel dinmgroom luu or men, even n gitf Secretary.

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They say a poor man can be happy,

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Corn Flakes
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Quaker Oats, 12c.pkg., OO OO-three
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Post Toasties,
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low bungalow home for somebody is being built
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If good LOW SHOES are desired at
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 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 597 Night Phone 408
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When you put your ICE CARD out
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and that's saving ice for everybody.
When you keep the ice compartment
of your refrigerator free from food
and bottles, you are saving time and
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Just these two simple rules, follow followed
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Erskine

Dale

Pioneer
John Fox, Jr
Illustrated bjILH. Liringtton
Copyright by Chtfi Scribaart Sods
f CHAPTER XVII
To Harry and Dave, Dane Grey's
absence was merely a mystery to
Erskine it brought foreboding and
sickening fear. General Dale's wound
having opened afresh, made traveling
Impossible, and Harry had a slight
bayonet thrust in the shoulder. Ers Erskine
kine Erskine determined to save them all the
worry possible and to act now as the
head of the family himself. He an announced
nounced announced that he must go straight
back at once to Kentucky and Cap Captain
tain Captain Clark. Harry stormed una v all all-in
in all-in gly and General Dale pleaded with
him to stay, but gave reluctant leave.
To Dave he told his fears and Dave
vehemently declared he, too, would go
along, but Erskine would not hear of
it and set forth alone.
Slowly enough he started, but with
every mile suspicion and fear grew
the faster and he quickened Firefly's
pace. The distance to Williamsburg
was soon covered, and skirting the
town, he went on swiftly for Red
Oaks. Suppose he were too late, but
even If he were not too late, what
should he do, what could he dot Fire Firefly
fly Firefly was sweeping into a little hollow
now, and above the beating, of her
hoofs in the sandy road, a clink of
metal reached his ears beyond the
low hill ahead, and Erskine swerved
aside into the bushes. Some one was
coming, and apparently out of the red
ball of the sun hanging over that hill
sprang a horseman at a dead run run-black
black run-black Ephraim.
"Stop 1" Erskine cried, but the ne negro
gro negro came thundering on, as though
he meant to ride down anything in
his way. Firefly swerved aside, and
Ephraim shot by, pulling in with both
hands and shouting: "Marse Erskine!
Yassuh, yassuh Thank Gawd you'se
come.' When he wheeled he came
back at a gallop nor did he stop.
"Come on, Marse Erskine I" he cried.
"No time to waste. Come on, sun !"
With a few leaps Firefly was
abreast, and neck, and heck they ran,
while the darky's every word con confirmed
firmed confirmed the instinct and reason that
had led Erskine where he was.
"Yassuh, Miss Barbary gwlne to
run away wid dat mean white man.
Yassuh, dis very night."
"When did he get here?"
"Dis mawnln. He been pesterln'
her an' pleadin wid her all day an'
she been cryin' her. heart out, but
mammy say she's gwlne wid him.
'Pears like she can't he'p herse'f."
"Is he alone?" ..
"No, sun, he got an orflcer an' four
sojers wid him."
"How did they get away?"
"He say as how dey was on a scout scout-in'
in' scout-in' party an' 'scaped."
"Does he know that Cornwallis has
surrendered?"
-"Oh, yassuh, he tol Miss Barbary
dat. Dat's why he says he got to git
away right now an' she got to go wid
him right now.-
"Did he say anything about General
Dale and Mr. Harry?"
"Yassuh, he say dat dey's all right
an' dat dey an you will be hot on his
tracks. Dat's why mammy tol' me to
ride like de debbil an hurry you on,
suh. Dis arternoon," the negro went
on, "he went ovah to dat cabin I tol'
you 'bout an' got dat American uni uniform.
form. uniform. He gwlne to tell folks on de
way dat dem u&V?rs Is his prisoners
an' he takin' dem to Richmond. Den
dey gwlne to sep'rate an he an Miss
Barbary gwlne to git married some some-whur
whur some-whur on de way an dey goin on an'
sail fer England, fer he say if he git
captured folks'll won't let him be
prisoner o' war dey'll Jes up an'
shoot him. An' dat skeer Miss Bar Barbary
bary Barbary mos' to death an he'p make her
go wid him. Mammy heah'd ever'
word dey say.
Erskine's brain was working fast,
but no plan would come. They would
be six'against him, but no matter he
urged Firefly on. The red ball from
which Ephraim had leaped had gone
down now. The chill autumn dark darkness
ness darkness was settling, but the moon was
rising full and glorious over the black
expanse of trees when the lights of
Red Oaks first twinkled ahead.
; The negro turned from the road
through a gate, and Erskine heard
the thud of his horse's hoofs across
the meadow turf. He rode on slow
ly, hitched Firefly as close to the edge
of the road as was safe, and crept to
the edge of the garden, where he
could peer through the hedge. The
hall door was open and the hallway
lighted; so was the dining room; and
there were lights In Barbara's room.
There were "no noises, not even of ani
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mal lire, and no" figures moving about 1

orln the house. What could he do?
One thing at least, no matter what
happened to him be could number
Dane Grey's days and make this night
his last on earth. It would probably
be his own last night, too. Impa Impatiently
tiently Impatiently he crawled back to the edge of
the road. More quickly than he ex expected,
pected, expected, he saw Ephralm's figure slip slipping
ping slipping through the shadows toward: him.
"Dey's Jus through supper," he re reported.
ported. reported. "Miss Barbary didn't eat wid
'em. She's up In her room. Dat ud udder
der udder orficer been stormln' at Marse
Grey an' hurryin him up. Mammy
been holdln de little missus back all
she can. She say she got to make
like she heppin her pack.
"Ephraim," said Erskine quickly,
"go tell Mr. Grey that one of his men
wants to see him right away at the
sundiaL When he starts down the
path you run around the hedge and
be on hand In the bushes."
"Yassuh," and the boy showed his
teeth In a comprehending smile. It
was not long before he saw Grey's
tall figure easily emerge from the hall(
door and stop full in the light. He
saw Ephraim slip around the corner
and Grey move to the end of the
porch, doubtless In answer to the
black boy's whispered summons. For
a moment the two figures were mo motionless
tionless motionless and then Erskine began to
tingle acutely from head to foot. Grey
came swiftly down the great path,
which was radiant with moonlight.
As Grey neared the dial Erskine
moved toward him, keeping In a dark
shadow, but Grey saw him and called
In a low tone but sharply :
"Well, what Is It?" With two paces
more Erskine stepped out Into the
moonlight with his cocked pistol at
Grey's breast.
"This," he said quietly. "Make no
noise and don't move." Grey was
startled, but he caught his control In Instantly
stantly Instantly and without fear
"You are a brave man, Mr. Grey,
and so, for that matter, Is Benedict
Arnold."
"Captain Grey," corrected Grey in insolently.
solently. insolently. -.".'
"I do not recognize your rank. To
me you are merely Traitor Grey."
"You are entitled to unusual free freedom
dom freedom of speech under the circum circumstances."
stances." circumstances." "I shall grant yon the same free freedom,"
dom," freedom," Erskine replied quickly "In a
moment. Twice you have said that
you would fight me with anything, any
time, any place." Grey bowed slight slightly.
ly. slightly. I i shall ask yon to make those
words good and I shall accordingly
choose the. weapons." Grey bowed
again. "Ephraim I" The boy stepped
from the thicket.
"Ah," breathed Grey, "that black.
devil!"
"A In you gwlne to shoot him,
Marse Erskine?"
"Ephraim I" said Erskine, "slip Into
the hall very quietly and bring me the
two rapiers on the wall."
Erskine addressed Grey. "I know
more of your career than you think,
"I Know More of Your Career Than
You Think, Grey."
Grey. You have been a spy as well
as a, traitor. And now you are crown crowning
ing crowning your Infamy by weaving some
spell over my cousin and trying to
carry her away in the absence of her
father and brother, to what unhappi unhappi-ness
ness unhappi-ness God only can know. I can hardly
hope that you appreciate the honor
I am doing you."
(Continued Tomorrow)
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li

HAVE KEPT GALLIC QUALITY
People of Anatolia Beiieved to Be Sur Survivors
vivors Survivors of Those Who Founded
Ancient Gatatia.
Below the surface of the general
Turkish-Moslem unity of Anatolia of
today singular strains appear, both
religious and racial. In the central
ranges of the Pontiac range, for In Instance,
stance, Instance, lie the villages of a people
called in Turkish, "Klzllbashes
"Redheads." They differ markedly In
physical type from the other Anato Anatolian
lian Anatolian peasants about them, being either
light brunette or blond. The beards
of the men are light brown and curly;
unlike those of the Turks. They are
In all probability the survivors of old
Gallic tribes who hewed their way
Into central Anatolia In the Third cen century
tury century before Christ, founded the Gala-

tian kingdom, and later accepted Chris Christianity.
tianity. Christianity. They now profess to be Mo Mohammedans.
hammedans. Mohammedans. But they do things that
no orthodox Turk will do, writes W.
L. Westermann in Asia Magazine.
Their women, for example, go un unveiled
veiled unveiled ; and they eat with the men.
Once a year a priest appears among
them and In secret they partake of
the communion. These Klzllbashes
represent a case of Incomplete conver conversion
sion conversion to Islam, as well as Incomplete
racial mixture. Throughout the Near
East many such strange survivals are
to be found, broken bits of ancient
peoples, of primitive Christian beliefs,
even of pre-Christian pagan religions
rites curious relics of the past.
VOICE RETAINS ITS QUALITY
Fixed Feature of Human Vocal Or Organs
gans Organs Which Is Regarded as Some Some-i
i Some-i thing of a Phenomenon.
- .; f
- t
' The changes that come with age,
observes the editor of the New York
Medical Journal, are so manifold and
striking that we are Inclined to over overlook
look overlook the persistence through the years
of the quality of the voice, and yet
this one fixed feature Is remarkable.
Even those who have lost most sem semblance
blance semblance to their former selves have not
lost to any extent the peculiar organs
of their voice. ..
When one notes that the organs
which, in their functioning and, hence,
In their structure, have so endured,
are relatively small and delicate and
in very frequent use, the phenomenon
Is of greater Interest. A vocal appar apparatus
atus apparatus may be Injured or worn by over overuse,
use, overuse, and the power of a singer does
not last for life. But, though its flexi-
"bllity, power and range may dlmfniflh
for ordinary purposes the quality of
speech remains easily recognizable
and apparently but slightly Influenced,
compared with the all-too-apparent de
cay and destruction which has gone
forward with the passage of a decade
or two,
This Fits Most of Us.
Henry Ward Beecher, so the story
goes, was once asked by a' young
preacher how he could make his con congregation
gregation congregation keep wide awake and atten attentive
tive attentive during his sermons. Beecher re
plied that he always had a man watch
for sleepers, with Instructions, as soon
as he saw anyone start nodding or
dozing, to hasten to the pulpit and
wake up the preacher. 'Aren't yon and
I usually less sensible? Would we
not he Inclined to have the watcher
wake up, not ourselves, but the fel fellows
lows fellows caught sleeping? In other words,
aren't we disposed always to blame
others? When things go wrong In an
organization the president usually
feels It is necessary for him to shake
np his associates. His associates, in
turn, usually start kicking up ructions
with those under them. And workers,
when they are dissatisfied, usually ray
the blame, not at their own door but
at the door of the foreman or the de department
partment department head or the big boss some somebody,
body, somebody, anybody, except ourselves.
How about adding this Beecher
squib to what we always carry around
with, us In our. mind? Forbes Maga Magazine.
zine. Magazine.
Some- Detective.
A lot of bank! notes had been stolen
In London, and word reached a de detective
tective detective that an t'old woman who was
a notorious "fence" had at least one
of them. Proceeding to her house he
made a thorough search of the rooms,
but without success.
Turning to the woman and handing
her back the candle she had lent him
to work with, he said: "Well, this
time I confess I am beaten. Tell me
where It Is, .mother, and 111 get you
off." j
The'promiseiwas sufficient. "You've
had it In yourhand for the last half
hour,'- she said,- "and gave It me back
this minute. ItTs wrapped around the
candle." Bosfton Transcript.
LIFE
FIRE
A. E GER1G
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT
AUTOMOBILE
"Gentle Julia," "Lucretia Lombard,
"The' Outcast,". "Sonnets to a Red
Haired Lady," and twenty-nine other
new books just received at THE BOOK

SHOP.

THOMSON'S
"Glove-Fitting'
CORSETS

FOR the woman who admires :
the slender, graceful' lines of
the prevailing fashions and appre appreciates
ciates appreciates comfort and freedom witn the
utmost in style; there is 'no corset
more satisfying than a Thomson.
Qln our Corset Department you
will find the CORSET that is espec especially
ially especially designed for your type of figure
FISHEL'S

OCALA

THE BEST MEATS and
THE BEST GROCERIES
Are none 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. a
COOK'S filARKET and GROCERY
Phone. 243 and 174

- BY

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.
Permanent Jobs and Standard Rate of Pay
Machinists, Boilermakers, Blacksmi&s, Electrifies, Sheet
Metal Workers, Pipe Fitters, Coach Carpenters,
Upholsterers, Milhvrights, Coach Painters,
Patternmakers, Hoalders
RATE OF RAY: 70 CENTS PER G0UR
Freight Car Repairers and Car Inspectors, rate of pay,
- 63 Cents per boor
App1yor report to:
J. E. BROGDEN, Supt. M. P., Waycross, Ga.
J. W. REAMS, M. M., Savannah, Ga. 7
L. E. ATWELL, M. M., Jacksonville, Fla.
R..H. DUNCAN, M. M., Montgomery, Ala.
JAMES PAUL, M. M., High Springs, Fla.
H. R. STEVENS, M. M., Sanford, Fla.
S. G. KENNEDY, Lakeland, Fla.
C. E. BROGDEN, G. F., Charleston, S. C.
R. A. McCRANIE. GenX SnpU SAVANNAH, GA.
J. C MURCHISON, Gen'L SnpL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

NOTICE
The Board of Public Instruction in
anrt fnr Marion cotmtv. Florida, will
receive bid3 for the transportation of
-a 1 1 .1 r A.
scnooi pupus on me various routes
until nine o'clock Wednesday morning,
August the 9th, 1922. Bids should be
sealed and addressed to H. G. Shealy,
Ocala, r la, Board reserves tne ngni
to reject any and all bids.
Route No. 1. Silver Springs, Fort
King to Ocala.
Koute ISO. z. Lmnneuon-onaay roaa
(same as last year) to Ocala.
Ronte Jfo. 3. From Flemineton-
riol- Will f n PairfipM.
Route No. 4w From west of J? air
field to Fairfield.
Route No. 5. From Xacota by Gra-
hnmvillo tn Lvnne f about 10 miles).
Route HO. 6. f rom W. xore
thru Eton Creek to Lynne (about 11
T?o Wn 7. From Moss Elun bT
Electra school house to Lynne (about
11 miles). ;
Route No. 8. From about Ollie
Fort's by Brant's and Hudnafl's to
T tin tniloaV
Route No. 9. From Charter Oak to
Summerfield. ;
Route No. 10. From Fantvifle to
Route No. 11. From Blitchton to
Fellowship. H. u. fcneaiy
2-4tdly-ltwky Secretary.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANIi BUILDER V
Careful estimates i made on con contract
tract contract work.- Gives more, and better
work for the money than any otner
contractor in toe ciry.
R. D. FpUer, dentist. Union block,

phone 601.

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FLORIDA
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MASTER'S SALE
Notice ia hereby riven that under
and by virtue of a certain final decree
of foreclosure and sale rendered by
the circuit court of Marion county,
Florida, in a certain cause wherein A.
L. Neville was complainant and G. W.
Neville, as administrator, etc, et ai,
were defendants, of date July 19th,
1922, the undersigned as special mas master,
ter, master, will on
AUgUSt YLtt, J.9ZZ
between the legal hours of sale, the
same being a sales day, offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the west door of the court
house at Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, the following described real
Lot No. 260 of the town of Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, Marion county, Florida, ac according
cording according to map or plat of said town on
file in the office of the clerk of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida.
Said property being sold to satury
said decree and costs. - -7-21-Fri
S. T. Sistrnnk,
Special Master in unancery.
STOTXCB
rial Ctmlt ml FterMa, tm mm tmr
Mrl CtT Ckaenr.
jean Gilchrist Attwoo4. CompUteaat,
v. Frank Attwood. JDef ndant.
Order tor Constructive Servic.
It 1 ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: Frank Attwood,- be
and is hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaint filed la this cause on
or before
Mender, tne Tth day ef Anjrmst, 1S23,
It Is farther ordered that a copy of
this order be published onee a week
for ef erht consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening; Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and 'state.
This X7U, aay ox ntr- ii
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER. TB-t
Clerk Circuit Court, Marl on Co. Fla.
By R. K. BATTS, D. C
T. S. TRANTHAM,
Complalaanfe Solicitor. S-S-at-Frl



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
foUowrMaximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 60c; six times 75c; one
montn 3.00. All accounts payable Im
Taace except to those who bare reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WOOD Will sell 4-foot wood, pine
and oak for $3.50 per cord for this
month- Have best of red oak and
pine wood at $2.50 per strand.
Prompt delivery. Phone 471-Blue.
EarF Gibbons, North Osceola St. 6t

LOST OR STOLEN Bay mare mule
eight years old; sore on right shoul-r
der caused from collar; scar on left
side; shod all way round; $10 reward
- if returned to Lawrence & Good,
Ocala, Fla. 3-3t
WANTED Man with selling ability
for Marion county.. Easy selling.
Good profits. Permanent. Apply to
Southern Brush & Mop Co., 18 West
Beaver St., Jacksonville, Fla. 3-3t
rr-n r t w -itt-t t-i t a
gas tsove. Apply to Mrs. F. E.
' Wetherbe,' Nofl 12 Watula St. Phone
255. . l-3t
FOR SALE On Fort King avenue,
easy terms, not lot 60 x 500. See
Mrs. J. II. 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
FOR RENT No. 905 S. Lime St,
near Sth St.; six rooms, including
bath, gas and electric lights; all
modern conveniences. Apply J.. S.
Heisler, 950 Lake Weir Ave. 2-3t
LOST Key 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;
vOised fifteen months. Address Miss
Shelton Souter. Anthony, Fla: 31-6t
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
COWS FOR SALE Small herd of
seven fine Jerseys, two just fresh
and three coming in between Au Au-.
. Au-. gust and December. If you are
wanting something good at a bar bar-.
. bar-. gain zee, A. Pooser, at B. Goldman's
store. Box 347, Ocala. 21
v-
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.
il-6t
WANTED Sweet milk customers.
Sweet milk 10c. a quart, delivered
morning and evening. Drop me a
card. Robert O. Williams, Mgr., R.
H. H. SUMMERLIN Shoe Repair
Shop, IVz Magnolia St., west of the
courthouse. Repairing youths' shoes
. ouc. ana aauns' $ i.zt, $i.ou ana
$1.75; all others $2.25 and $2.50. lm
rfr irfi, DR. K. J. WEIHE,
. .Optometrist and Optician
J?w esight Specialist
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Gcala
C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS ;
, Motor Equipmeat
r
Residence Phone 305
' Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
WASHINGTON SEMINARY
U74 Pcaehtree Ro4 ATLANTA, GA
: DisnjiCTrva fkatukxs
t. Boaxdin Department limited. $100.00000 fa
Grounds and Buildings.
l Mew School Building, modern in Equipment
. with proTiskm tor open-air class rooms.
S. Departments: Grammar School, Academic
College- Preparatory. Mcrie. Art. Expression,
Domestic Science and Arts,
t .HysiJslTrsinnMrafratnre.
-Mth Session Logins September 14. 1922.
. U 1a ljuI jMMA Ii. SCOTT. Principal

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OCALA DCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Hendersonville, N. C, for a
month's stay.
Carlos Proctor who has been attend attending
ing attending the University of Florida, is home
for a visit.
Merchants & Miners began opera operations
tions operations in 1854. Use this line to reach
northern cities. -. It
W. K. Lane) M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. '' tf
. Mrs. Mary Pooser is in Jacksonville,
the guest of her daughters, Mrs.
Claude Nelson and Mrs. Robert Con
nor.
Mrs. J. G. Spurlin of Lake Weir,
was a visitor in the city today, the
guest of Mr. D. E. Mclver and Mrs.
W. J. Frink.
BETTER not wait until after the
fire. Let Ditto insure you now, and
carry the worry. 11-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wiliams of Citra
are receiving congratulations on the
arrival of a fine son, born at the hos hospital
pital hospital yesterday morning.
Mesrs. Roy Ott and Wade Dumas,
of the Loncala Phosphate Company,
who have been in Jacksonville this
week loading a phosphate cargo, are
expected home this afternoon.
Just received Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf
Mrs. Olds of Anthony, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Olds and Mr. and Mrs. Stirling
Hooper of Ocala,: form a camping
party at Salt Springs. They will be
there all of this week and probably
next week.
Mr. J. M. Hannan, superintendent
of the Suwanee division, Jacksonville,
and Mr. G. E. Walsh, route agent, of
Tampa, were in Ocala yesterday on
business with the American Railway
Express office here.
VOILES, ORGANDIES, SWISSES,
all our beautiful line being closed out
at cost. Special Chambrays at 10c.
FISHEL'S. f 8-4-4t
A card from Dr. Walter Hood, who
with Mrs. Hood, Jias beenln Hamilton,
Ga., says that they are now in La La-Grange.
Grange. La-Grange. They are having a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable visit with old friends and the
greatest abundance of fruit and wa-s
termelons.
The Counts Dry Cleaning Plant at
216 South Main street solicits your
clothes cleaning business. Phone
605. 3-tf
B. F, Condon, local agent for the
Reo line of cars and the famous speed speed-wagon,
wagon, speed-wagon, is showing at his sales room
on Osceola street a handsome Reo
coupe, whichis attracting favorable
comment from all who see it. B. f
says it doesn't cost anything to look
at and ride in this handsome car and
he's always more than glad to dem demonstrate.
onstrate. demonstrate. Go take a look at the coupe.
Let us do your dry cleaning. Quick
service and satisfaction guaranteed.
Counts Dry Cleaning Plant, 216 South
Main stret. Phone 605. 3-tf
Class number twelve of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Sunday school enjoyed a delight delightful
ful delightful all-day outing Wednesday at
Delks Bluff, now the beautiful prop property
erty property of Mr. Colby, on the Oklawaha.
The day was perfect and Silver river
never more beautiful, and all were
sorry when time for returning home.
All extended thanks to Mr. Solby for
courtesies shown.
Where beauty and long wear are
desired, EVERWEAR HOSIERY will
please. For sale at FISHEL'S. 4-4t
Mr. Leon Mason, traveling salesman
for the Moses Grocery Company, met
with an accident yesterday on the
road between Dunnellon and Crystal
River. In some unaccountable man manner
ner manner the car he was driving turned
over. The car was put out of com commission
mission commission but fortunately Mr. Mason es escaped
caped escaped without injury. Friends towed
the car to the nearest garage and
brought Mr. Mason to Ocala.
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
The most expensive things a retail
store can have is empty aisles; they
represent invested dollars going to
waste ADVERTISE.

BRIEF TRIBUTE TO DR.
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL

From 6:25 to 6:26 this afternoon,
Ocala telephones will be silent, in brief
tribute to Dr. Alexander Graham
Bell, inventor of the telephone, who
at that minute will be lowered, into
his grave on a mountain top in Nova
Scotia. Please take notice and do not
call "Central" at that timet
ARTHUR GREER McKAY
After several days of suffering, fol following
lowing following the accident of last Sunday
night, death came to Mr. McKay soon
after sunset yesterday evening.
Arthur Greer McKay was born near
Fayetteville, Cumberland county, N.
C, Jan 1, 1877. He came to Florida
in 1915, and has resided since near
Morriston. He was married v Feb. 3,
1903, to Mary Ada Leitch of Rowland,
N. C. There were born to this union
six boys and one girl.
Beside his wife and children, he is
mourned by his father and mother,
Mr. and Irs,. H. A. McKay at Bing Bingham,
ham, Bingham, S. C, two sisters, Mrs. W. B.
Steele of Bingham, S. C, and Mrs. E.
A. Osborne of Ocala, and a brother,
Mr. A. L. McKay, also of Ocala.
During his life in Florida, not only
in his home community, but other
places where he was known, particu particularly
larly particularly in Ocala, Mr. McKay made a
great many friends, and his death
causes them much sadness. He was a
trucker by occupation, and was also
largely engaged in getting out rock
for railway work.
The. funeral services will be, held
this afternoon at the home of Mr. Mc McKay's
Kay's McKay's sister, Mrs. E. A. Osborne. Rev.
R. A. Philips of Morriston, will con conduct
duct conduct the services. The music will, be
in charge of Miss Wartmann. A quar quartet
tet quartet consisting of Mrs. Milby Lloyd,
Mrs. R. G. Blake, Messrs. Albert and
J. J. Gerig, will sing two of Mr.
McKay's favorite songs7 "O, Love that
Will Not Let Me Go," and "Why Do
We Mourn Departed Friends."
The actiye pall bearers will be Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis Blitch, W. O. Brewer, Roger Dodd,
T. M. Kilgore, Guy Miller and J. B.
Horrell. Honorary: D. E. Mclver, Ben
Rheinauer, E. G. Peek, A. T. Thomas,
A. C. Cobb and J. L. Edwards.
Interment will be made in Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. McKay & Company have
charge of the arrangements.
MRS. J. J. REAVES
Mrs. Martha Reaves, aged seventy seventy-two,
two, seventy-two, wife of J. J. Reaves' of Anthony,
died last night at ten o'clock in this
city. Mrs. Reaves moved from Geor Georgia
gia Georgia to Anthony about two years ago
and was livtng at the George Pasteur
place, which her husband had purchas
ed. Mrs. Reaves had for some time
been in ill health.
She is survived by her husband, J.
J. Reaves and four sons, I. D. Reaves
of Quincy, J. R. Reaves of Orlando,
R. L. Reaves of Jacksonville and A. J.
Reaves of Coronado Beach,' Calif., and
three daughters, Mrs. ; Bessie Rogers
and Mrs. E. R. Olsen of Memphis,
Tenn., and Mrs. E. P. Smith of Plant
City. '
The funeral arrangements jvill be
announced later on the arrival of Mr.
A. J." Reaves from California. Sam
R. Pyles & Company have charge of
the arrangements.
TURNER FARM
Turner Farm, Aug. 3. Mr. and
Mrs. V. N. Wells spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Matchett.
Mr. Luther Waldron was combining!
business with pleasure in Fort McCoy
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Virgil Smith made a business
trip to Citra Saturday afternoon.
Messrs. Omar and Ralph Eargle
were visitors here Sunday.
Mrs. A. W. Wells and Mrs. France
visited their sister, Mrs. Walter
Kingsley, at Bay Lake, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Harper and
daughter, Miss Yonah Harper, made
a business trip to Hawthorn Wednes
day.
Miss Gladys Hardee is visiting rela-
t;ves at Citra this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith visited
thtir 'daughter at Bay Lake Sunday
evening.
Mr. Harper nas just purcnasea a
$50 cook stove. Let's go over and
take1 dinner.
' Mrs. Essa Waldron is visiting Mr.
Waldron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Waldron.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johns and lit little
tle little daughter, Frances, were combin combining
ing combining business with pleasure in Citra
Saturday.
Nearly everybody of this commu community
nity community attended the barbecue at Citra
and all rerort a fine time.
BETTER buy a lot before they go
up, and build a home while materials
are cheap. Let Ditto show you-lltf
We never sacrifice quality to, sell
at a low price. Our meats are the
BEST to be had. Main Street Mar-,
ket. Phone 108. 22-tf i j

WOODMEN SUPPER

M SILVER SPRINGS
Members of the Ocala Woodmen
Camp and Circle had an excellent sup supper
per supper and good time generally at Silver
Springs yesterday evening.
The committee in charge of arrange-
ments was composed of Sovereigns
Ernest Blair, Gary Gallant, George J.
Williams and John -Metrie, and the
way those boys worked showed that
giving their fellow choppers and chop- j
peresses was a labor of love and joy j
for them. They procured a big supply j
of good eats, 'took them to the springs
and served them in Er. Carmichael's
neat and convenient pavilion.
About 7:30, they had the feast
spread and called to the crowd, "Come,
get it," which command was cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully obeyed.
Unfortunately for the fraternity,
the threatening weather kept many
away. Only about fifty were present,
while there was an amply supply for
seventy-five. There was a succulent
purlo, salad, pickles and bread, fruit,
cake and ice cream, "more than all
could possibly, possibly eat."
The usual .Thursday night crowd
was out at the springs for the dance,
and many of these were served with
good things by their Woodmen friends.
After supper, most of the crowd re remained
mained remained to watch the dancing, but in
time aUreturned home, well pleased
with their entertainment.
PALS MADE THE
WILDCATS LOOK PITIFUL
(Continued from First Page)
Liddell, cf; .
3 0 0 0 0 1
3 0 0 0 6 1
1 0 0 0 0 0
UVhitney, p
Fisher, x .
31 1 6 27 14 8
Whitney in the ninth.
AB R H PO'A E
xBatted for
Pals.,
Callahan, ss
Robinson, 1st
Wynn, If
Quinn, cf ...
Peters, rf .
Larzo. c
Gonzales, 3rd
Holden, 2nd
Epperson, p
0 1 1 1
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. 4 2 1 0 3 0
1 1 0 3 3 0
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Summary: Sacrifice hits, Holden 2,
Epperson; two base hits, Largo; stolen
bases, Callahan; double plays, Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales to Holden to Robinson; struck
out by Epperson 7, by Whitney 4;
walked by Epperson 4, by Whitney 1;
earned runs, none. Umpires, Clark and
Galloway. ', ;
This is your Invitation to be
' Present at
Our Store
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
. August 3, 4, 5
to attend d display of woolens
in Ml drapes and fashions for
1922. The Storrs-Schaefer
Company? Cncinnati, the folks
who tailor our clothes, will send
U. I. DAVIS
who will be in charge, he will
show you the new things and be
glad to measure you: A call,
however, entails no obligation
to buy. ;
PARKER & GUYNN
Ocda, Florida
mm SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains .it OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar-
lanteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE'S. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 am
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
:30prn Homosassa 1:16 pm
:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, -Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-Manatee-2:15
am St. Petersburg 4:05 am
2:55 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
?-ism Tampa 2:15 am
:50mr Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
FOR LEASE
ROOMING HOUSE, $65 MONTH
Now Occupied by T. M. Moore.
Possession August 15
D. NIEL FERGUSON :

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Watch This Svace

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SATURDAY and MONDAY
AUGUST 5th and 7th
We will sell on; the above mentioned days, best
Water Color, Shades
color green, N

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The above shades are made of the best
Water Color Shade Cloth, mounted on
good Automatic Spring Rollers
NO BETTER SHADES SOLD FOR S1.C0

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B. GO 1L D M AN
' "WHY PAY MORE"

Serve an Appetizing Roast
for dinner and the meal will be a success.
To m?ke sure of the ; appetizing part, order
the roast bt this market. We handle choice
; meats only, so ou cannot make a mistake.
Tenderness, flavor and juiciness are assured.
, Why not enjoy the choicest?

EAGLE MEAT MARKET
Phoae 74 122 MU Street

Sweet Drains Win Favor Eye
By All Druggists

Greast Mosquito Remedy Kow
Used Over Entire World
The efficiency of Sweet Dreams as
a mosquito remedy has become quickly
recognized over the entire world.
Though only eight years old, Sweet
Dreams is now used in 27 countries,
They say: "In Africa, it works like a
charm." .-- ; -V
And. at home well, Sweet Dreams
ism
The
Windsor
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA

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boasts a million satisfied users and in
voice they all say it's fine.
For your convenience Sweet Dreams
has been placed in every drug store
everywhere.
Your druggist would appreciate
your phoning your order in.
Liberal bottles, 35c or 3 bottles for
$1.00.
Sweet Dreams the world's accept accepted
ed accepted mosquito remedy.
IN the heart oi 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
r Proprietor



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