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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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WEATHER FORECAST Local thundershowers tonight or Wednesday. ' TEMPERATURES Thia morning. 63; this afternoon, 88.
San Rises Tomorrow, 5:50; Seta, 7:16. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 188
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TEH llltllllGS TO
111 THE TERRORS
Lake City Ball Team Played a Good
Game, But Lost By One Rnn
To the Locals
The Wildcats took the "T" out of
"Terrors' Monday afternoon when
they licked Ted Easterly's combina combination
tion combination in the tenth inning. Ted's gang
played good baseball with the excep exception
tion exception of the fourth inning when two
costly errors gave the Wildcats three
runs and tied the score that the Lake
City boys had made in the third. J
Our old friend Red Ulrich, pitched
for the Terrors and as usual pitched
a good game. Red only let up eight
hits and they were well scattered with
the exception of those in the third in inning.
ning. inning. Red was bucking his usual hard
streak of luck. As one of the fans
told him during the game he "never
had won a game on this diamond so he
had no reason to expect to win this
one." -The Ocala park seems to iold
Red's goat.
Fisher started the game for Ocala
but the Terrors got to him so badly in
.the third that Whitney thought it
best to do the pitching from the fourth
on and took the box with the Terrors
having three runs to 0 for the locals.
Whit put a stop to the hitting. Only
one man got a safe one from Lefty's
offerings. Louis Vann slipped one to
left field for two bases.
The game was especially interesting
to the local fans because two of our
team who left us were playing with
the Lake City Terrors. Louis Vann
looked as- good as ever on third for the
visitors while Red had bis same devil devilish
ish devilish smile in the box.
The game contained several feat features,
ures, features, chief among which was the play playing
ing playing of Burrie Taylor on first for the
Wildcats. Taylor handled thirteen
chances without an error and several
that he caught were not intended to
be stopped. He robbed Ted Easterly
of one that was a shame. Ted was
sure of a hit on it. Red Ulrich made
a bare-handed stop of one that Taylor
hit that was a humdinger. Taylor got
' sore with Red for robbing him and
then Red asked him why he didn't put
a little something on the ball when he
hit it. The next two times Taylor
came to bat he drove those words
down Red's throat with two pretty
singles. Reo will be particular who
he rags next time.'
Bush made a pretty catch in center
field when he nabbed one that Bracken
slipped to him. Joe Bush was also
somewhat of a ladies' man and greatly
enjoyed ragging the Ocala fannettes.
Carroway took one of Leon's offer offerings
ings offerings when it was slated to hit the
fence. The entire Lake City outfield
played the best ball seen here in a!
long time.
Best and last comes the work of
, Harry Wood. He got three in the
field, one of which was a wonderful
shoe-string catch that everyone was
sure would get through him. At bat
Harry won the game for Ocala. In
the third inning it was his hit to left
that ,drove in the tying run and in
the tenth it was his single to center
that brought in the winning tally.
Harry has his eye on the ball now.
Lake City drew first blood. In the
third inning they started off by get getting
ting getting Huber on first because of an er error
ror error on the part of Bracken. Vann
singled. Bush hit to Fisher who
caught Huber at third. Easterly
singled, scoring Vann. Carroway
singled, scoring Bush. Gilmartin sin-
; gled, scoring Easterly. All these hits,
with the exception of Vann'sdown the
third base line, went directly across
the second sack. Harrigan hit a hot
line drive to Francis and Gilmartin
was doubled at first.
Ocala tied the score in the fourth.
Leon led off with a single to left. Ry Ry-mer
mer Ry-mer walked. Taylor drew an error
' from short, filling the bases. Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez hit to Vann who errored it and
allowed Leon to score. Harry Wood
singled to left, scoring Rymer and
Taylor but Hernandez was caught at
third. Overstreet went out pitcher to
first and Francis retired the side by
hitting to seconds
v Neither team was able to score any
more until the tenth, although Ocala
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threatened and would have scored
v .
f the plate. In the tenth the Wildcats
broke up the game when one was
down. Rymer led off and fanned but
' Taylor followed with a single. Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez walked and Wood broke up
(Concluded on Page Four

IIG CALLS FOR
A FULL HOUSE
Intends to Ask Congress to Try
Legislate Strikes Out Of
Industrial Affairs
To
Washington, August 8. President
Harding is understod today, to have
informed Representative Mondell and
other House leaders that in view of
the troubled industrial situation" it is
desirable that there be a full attend attendance
ance attendance of members next Tuesday, when
the House reconvenes after a six
weeks adjournment. The president is
said to feel the House should.be pre prepared
pared prepared to enact such legislation as the
industrial situation, particularly the
railroad strike, might make necessary.
GARRETT
INSISTS
WORK
ON USEFUL
Word that the president desired a
full House membership on hand was
telegraphed by Mondell's office to
Representative Garrett, democratic
leader, on his way here from Tennes Tennessee.
see. Tennessee. Just before the message was
sent, Mondell received a telegram
from Garrett saying the democrats
would not agree to any plan for three three-day
day three-day recesses after August 15th, to
continue until the tariff bill is ready
for conference, unless the House lead leaders
ers leaders agreed in the meanwhile to take
up the Ford offer for Muscle Shoals.
RALEIGH HAS LOST
AN OLD RESIDENT
One of the Royster Brothers, All Of
Whom Were Named
For States
. Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 8. The funer funeral
al funeral of Vermont Connecticut Royster,
seventy-four, head of the Arkansas
Delaware Royster & Brother Candy
Manufacturing Company of this city
for forty years, who died yesterday,
will be held tomorrow. Besides his
widow and two sons, Royster is sur survived
vived survived by two brothers, Dr. Wisconsin
Illinois Royster, of Raleigh, and Ore
gon Minnesota Royster, of Nashville,
Tenn. Royster was a son of James
Daniel Royster, one of Raleigh's first
settlers. He was one of seven chil
dren, all of whom were named for
states. The others- were Virginia
Carolina Royster, Indiana Georgia,
Iowa Michigan and Arkansas Dela
ware, all of whom are dead.
SLIGHT ACCIDENT
ON THE SEABOARD
Savannah, Aug. 8. The tender of
the locomotive pulling Seaboard Air
Line train No. 3, New York to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, was derailed early today
near Rincon, nineteen miles from Sa
vannah. There were none injured but
the train wes delayed several hours.
BENITO SCATERS HIS BAND
Rome, Aug. 8. (By the Associated
Press). Benito Mussolini, leader of
the fascisti organization, has in
structed the secretary general of the
fascisti to order the demobilization of
all fascisti throughout Italy, it was
announced today.
DOUBLED NUMBER OF DEAD
IN THE SWATOW DISASTER
Hongkong, Aug. 8. The casualties
in the typhoon and tidal wave which
swept Swatow last Wednesday are
now estimated at 10,000.
CHASED OUT OF COLORADO
Denver, Aug. 8. William Z. Foster,
who according to Adjutant General
Hamrock of the Colorado Rangers, is
a former steel worker and took an ac active
tive active part in the steel strike in 1919.
was run out of Denver and Colorado
yesterday at Hamrock's orders. Ham Ham-rock
rock Ham-rock said Foster is the alleged presi president
dent president of a soviet Russia society.
ENGLAND HAS NO
MERCY FOR ASSASSINS
London, Aug. 8. The attorney gen general
eral general refused today to sanction the ap appeal
peal appeal to the house of lords by CSulli-
ink aiu "unn' uu?r 5enince
J T I X A
nangea August lutn lor the assassi
nation of Field Marshal Sir Henry
Hughes Wilson.
The Counts Dry Cleaning Plant at
216 South Main street solicits your
clothes cleaning business. Phone
605. 3-tf

HARD

SHOPCRAFT III
ARE STUBHORH

Have No Quarrel with Southern And
M. & O., But Won't Make
Peace With Them
Washington, Aug. 8. (Associated
Press). The shop crafts committee
of the Southern Railway system and
the Mobile & Ohio railroad, meeting
with railroad officials here today, ad advised
vised advised those officers they would not
make any adjustment of the strike
with the Southern or Mobile & Ohio,
as the strike is national and must be
settled nationally.
A LITTLE HARD WORK WOULD
SOLVE IT
Cleveland, Aug. 8. (By Associated
Press.) Warren S. Stone, president
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En En-giners,
giners, En-giners, this morning telegraphed the
sixteen chiefs of the railroad brother brotherhoods
hoods brotherhoods asking them to attend a con conference
ference conference in Washington next Friday to
consider the railroad situation thruout
the country and "avert the impending
calamity of a collapse in transporta transportation."
tion." transportation."
STONE NOT CERTAIN
Stone's action was taken following
receipt of a telegram from Jewell,
head of the shop crafts unions. "I
called the brotherhood chiefs together
as requested but I do not know just
what action will be taken," Stone said.
EXECUTIVES GOING TO
NEW
YORK
New York, Aug. 8 Telegrams sum-
moning the heads of forty-eight rail
roads to New York Friday to frame a
reply of the Association of Railway
Executives to President Harding's
second plan for settlement of the shop
crafts strike were dispatched today.
STOP, LOOK, READ
If you want a first-class set of Ford
tires, free, look at the advertisement
of Tucker and Simmons on the lower
corner of the second page. It will give
you the straight dope, all right.
Mrs. W. M. Palmer was hostess last
night at the regular meeting of the
A" Club. After a pleasant evening
spent at auction the hostess, assisted
by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jessie Al
sop, served ice cream and cake. Sev
eral of the players were presented
with useful remembrances of the eve
ning. Mrs. Alsop, Mrs. Martin and
Mrs. Ayer were the fortunate ones.
Those playing during the evening, in
eluding club members and several
who were invited to join them, were:
Mrs. Edmund Martin, Mrs. A. M.
Withers, Mrs. Albert Harriss, Mrs
Jessie Alsop, Mrs. Paul Simmons,
Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. C. B. Ayer,
Misses Elizabeth Davis, Carita Camp,
Meme Davis and Mary Burford.
The more you see of our methods ol
handling fresh meats the better you
like it. Come and see us. Main Street
Market. Phone 108. tf
Mr. R. L. Evans of Oklawaha was
a visitor in Ocala today. Mr. Evans
expects to leave in a few days for
Union Point, Ga., for a visit with rel
atives.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayo have given
their youngest' son the name William
Davidson Mayo and when he grows up
he will probably be known as "Bill."
The sheriff's men and the police
say there is no clue to the slayer of
Robert Lawrence, but they do not al
wavs tell what they know. Lawrence
was shot with a .32 automatic.
Mrs. O. M. Eaton of Lakeland and
her pretty little daughter are here for
a visit to Mrs. Eaton's sister, Mrs,
H W. Tucker and her daughter, who
are guests of the hospitaL Mrs,
Eaton, who left Ocala as a pretty
little girl has bloomed out into one of
Florida's most handsome young mat
rons.
Just received, fresh shipment o:
Ukase & Sanborn's coffee m 1, z and
3-lb. cans." COOK'S MARKET AND
GROCERY. Phones 243 and 174. 8-3t
The Girl Scouts will hold a candy
and drink sale Wednesday morning on
the Ocala House porch. 8-lt
Hats cleaned and reblocked. Royal
Cleaners, 15 E. Ft. King avenue. John

Melin, Hatter. 7-lm

BRAVE ATTEMPT
TO COMEBACK

Swatow, Half Ruined by a Cyclone,
Struggling With the Pluck Of
An American. City
Hongkong, Aug. 8. (Associated
Press). Typhoon-stricken Swatow, a
mangled and miserable caricature of
the port of a week ago, doggedly goes
about the first ghastly task that falls
to the survivors of the storm, the
burial of the dead. The bodies of
28,000 persons have been recovered,
a death toll that triples .former esti estimates
mates estimates 'and cuts in half the former
population of the city. These figures
are given in a circular issued by the
Swatow Chamber of Commerce from
its branch in Hongkong. Graves were
hurriedly dug in the alluvial flats on
which the port is built that the bodies
ma ybe interred as recovered from the
wreckage.
The food shortage may prove an another
other another menace. The British in Hong
kong have already sent $10,000 for re
ef to the British consul at Swatow.
ice is being shipped from the Brit
ish colony. Bandits, making grim
capital of the city's disaster, it is re
ported raided homes and robbed pe pedestrians
destrians pedestrians in the native section. Ghouls
sought to loot the dead but were stop stopped
ped stopped by the police. The bodies of many
victims drifted to sea, some having
ben sighted fifteen mile sfrom shore.
THE PERKINS PICNIC
The picnic yesterday held at the
Perkins place near Lynne, which has
ben an annual affair for several
years, was well attended, about 250
people, friends from all over the
county, going to pay their respects
to Grandma Perkins and to wish this
kindly old lady many happy returns
of, the day. v
Those that came brought well filled
baskets and the bountiful feast was
spread under the shade of the trees
and enjoyed by all. The weather man
waited until after dinner was over
before he sent a shower.
Grandma Perkins, surrounding by
her children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren, held court during the
day and besides the unanimous good
wishesj pf all present, she was the re
cipient of many presents. And altho
her vision is not so clear nor her hear
ing as keen as it was a few years ago,
she enjoyed the occasion as much or
more than any one else.
Ocala was well represented. The
relatives and friends going from here
were Mr. and Mrs. Junie Perkins, Mrs,
Philip Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. G. C.
Shephard, Mrs. C. E. Ahearn and Mr.
and Mrs. Knoblock.
CHARLES L. NELSON
Charles L. Nelson died at his home
in North Ocala this morning at 5:30
after a short illness. He was born in
Copenhagen, Denmark, seventy-six
years ago. For the past forty years
he has made his home in Ocala, fol
lowing his trade as a carpenter. He
is survived by five children, three
daughters and two sons, Mrs. Lb F.
Sears and Charles L Jr. being with
him at his death. The funeral will
take place on the arrival of the other
children who are expected. Georsre
MacKay & Company have charge of
the funeral arrangements.
Born at the hospital to Mr. and Mrs
E. M. Rou of Lowell a sturdy boy
baby, both of whom are doing well.
Just received Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf
There is double-barreled joy at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Denham
of Reddick, for the stork had brought
them pretty twin babies, a boy and a
giri.
just received, iresn smpment o:
Chase & Sanborn's coffee in 1, 2 and
3-Ib. cans. COOK'S MARKET AND
GROCERY. Phones 243 and 174. 8-3t
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
.Will sell four-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. Earl Gibbons, North
Osceola St. 5-6t

EIIIB

YOUNG SOLDIERS
Artillerymen of the Florida National
Guard Stopped for Awhile. This
Morning in Ocala
The Hundred and Sixteenth Field
Artillery Battalion. F. N. G.; four
companies with twelve guns, stopped
Ocala this morning, on their way
Tampa from Camp Bragg, where
they have been in training for the
past two weeks. They filled tin one
long Seaboard train, with their per
sonnel, arms and impedimenta, and
stopped to get a cup of coffee at
Shorty Davidson's restaurant, said
cup holding sixty gallons. During the
halt, the men were marched out on
the streets for exercise. They Were
body of splendid looking young sol
diers, most of them veterans of the
world-war, and marched like they
wkere set on steel springs. If. Ocala
had known they were coming, the
town would have turned out and given
them a reception. Of them the Tampa
lmes says:
"Officers and men composing the
irst Battalion of the One Hundred
and Sixteenth Field Artillery, Florida
.National Guard, who have been in
training at Camp Bragg, N. C, for
the past two weeks, are expected to
return to Tampa Tuesday. The boy
eft Tampa on the morning of July
23. arriving at the camp the following
day. The entire two weeks have been
employed by them in training in all
branches of the artillery service, and
during this time has come news of the
plendid advancement they have been
making. There has been no mishaps
to mar the period of work. They re
turn to take up their duties in civil
life much benefited in every way by
their trip. The personnel of the bat battalion
talion battalion is about 350 officers and men."
THE LATEST FORD JOKE
Lily Black Republican Negroes Want
Henry for President
Newport News, Aug. 8. Sentiment
was overwhelmingly in favor of Hen
ry lord's candidacy for president of
the United States yesterday at a
meeting of district chairman and sec
retaries of Virginia's lily black or
negro republican party at Bayshore.
Final endorsement, however, was
postponed until another meeting m
Richmond August-12th.
FEAR THE FRENCH
German Ships Won't Touch at Any
Port Controlled by France
uernn, Aug. o. uerman ships in
service to and from Brazil have been
ordered by their companies to return
to home ports and not touch at any
French port for fear of seizure which
France may threaten for Germany's
failure to pay reparations.
ALLEGED PROFITEERS OF
THE WAR INDICTED
Washington, Aug. 8. Indicements
were returned yesterday by a special
grand jury investigating alleged war
frauds against Ernest C. Morse, for
mer director of sales of the war de
partment; Everely M. Davis, president
ox the E. M. Davis Chemical Company
of New York, and Alexander W. Phil
lips, associated with Davis. They are
charged with having defrauded the
government out of more than a mill
ion dollars in connection with the sale
of the war built plant of the Old Hick
ory Power Company near Nashville,
Tenn.
Mrs. Kate Clements, Mrs. Thomp
son and Mrs. Rheim are home from
their trip down the East Coast. Mrs.
Clements bought four lots and the
others two each in the new city of
Hollywood.
Just received, fresh shipment of
Chase & Sanborn's coffee in 1, 2 and
3-lb. cans. COOK'S MARKET AND
GROCERY. Phones 243 and 174. 8-3t
BETTER insure before rather than
liter the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf
There isnt so much reverse English
on the Irish shots now. Washington
Post.
"Dry Move in Bulgaria." Ah; they
are going to prohibit butternuD--St.
Paul Dispatch.
Get the best bread in town at Car Carter's
ter's Carter's bakery. 3-6t

0
PRIMARY ELECTIONS
Expected to Give the People Import Important
ant Important Information as to the Trend
Of Public Ideas
Birmingham, Aug. 8. -The possibil possibility
ity possibility of more than 72,000 women voting
in the Alabama democratic primary
today cast uncertainty over the out outcome.
come. outcome. The entire campaign was
marked by general apathy until yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, when an attack by retiring
Governor Kilby on B. H. Cooper and
S. P. Galtard, candidates for renomi renomi-nation
nation renomi-nation for public service commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, inject a last minute interest.
IN OHIO
Columbus, Aug. 8. Ohio voters to
day are waging a battle of ballots in
the primary that will determine
whether the state, as far as the repub republican
lican republican party is concerned, shall swing
into the progressive column or remain
conservative as it decided in the Hard Harding
ing Harding landslide two years ago, and
whether it will continue to stand for
strict prohibition enforcement or ad
vocate alteration of the Volstead act
to permit the manufacture and sale of
ight wines and beer. j
BAND CONCERT FRIDAY
NIGHT A BENEFIT
City Appropriation Exhausted And It
Is Necessary for the Public
To Ante Up
The band concert Friday night will
be a benefit concert. The appropria appropriation
tion appropriation made by the city for band con concerts
certs concerts has been exhausted and funds
will have to be raised by public sub
scription if the concerts this summer
are to be continued.
The city budget contained an
item of $800 for concerts this sum sum-merXiieipwiciL
merXiieipwiciL sum-merXiieipwiciL however, found it
necessary to spend $500 of this
amount for other purposes, as the re
sult of, the introduction of the city
manager plan in the middle of the
city's fiscal year. This left $300 for
concerts and this amount will be ex exhausted
hausted exhausted this week.
The Chamber of Commerce will ar
range for a committee to solicit sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions at the concert Friday night,
and it is hoped that $500 can be raised
so that the concerts can continue for
at least six weeks longer.
It is the hope of the Chamber of
Commerce that the band can be main
tained the year around. The council
has been asked to appropriate $2000
for this purpose. The band has
shown that it improves each week and,
it fills a real need in the city and is
also available at celebrations in ad
joining communities. Moreover, by
keeping the band together the year
round a much more perfect organiza organization
tion organization will result.
Unless funds are raised the concerts
must be discontinued and if an appro appropriation
priation appropriation is made by the city it will be
available until after .October 1st.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
The sewing circle will meet at the
hall Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock, A good attendance is desir desired.
ed. desired. Viators welcome.
' NOTICE
There will be a special meeting of
the Order of DeMolay this evening at
8 o'clock. There is to be work. All
Master Masons and members are urg urged
ed urged to attend.
MULES! MULES!
We have just received our first con consignment
signment consignment of mules for the fall trade.
These are Georgia mules, well broken
and thoroughly acclimated. The new
models have pretty lines.
8-2t NICHOLS A COBB.
Let us do your dry cleaning. Quick
service and satisfaction guaranteed.
Counts Dry Cleaning Plant, 21S South
Main stret. Phone 605. 3-tf
The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society
will sell candy during the band concert
Friday evening. 8-4t
BETTER not wait until after the
fire. Let Ditto insure yon now, and
carry the worry. 11-tf
...
We never -sacrifice quality to sell
at a low price. Our meats are the
BEST to be had. Main Street ilar ilar-ket
ket ilar-ket Phone 1C3. -tf

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don't know. At any rate we will print
it at regular advertising rates as soon
as said sugar company sendsNis sugar
enough to sweeten our disposition to toward
ward toward proper gander.

arrived and the length of the contem contemplated
plated contemplated visit in fact, fail to realize
that the editor is not a mind-reader
and cannot publish an item if there
are no details ? Every week much time

is lost in hunting initials which the
writer could have furnished with no
trouble. All papers desire new3
items but they should be news items.
I thank you.

EIGHT. YEARS AGO

The board of public instruction in

and for Marion county met thi3 the
5th day of July in regular session

with all members present and acting, j
Mrs. B. P. Wilson presented coupon
warrants Ncs. SI and 110 arvl a:ked j
that same be renewed for two yeare
at th2 rate of six per cent. New wai- i
rants Nos. 140 ard 141 were oid.red
drawn for two years at six per cent, j
Messrs.' HanreiL Howell tnd Mixon,
trustees of Shilch' district, came be-
fore the board and asked that board
allow transportation from Central to
. Shiloh and to maintain two teachers.
Action dsf erred until next meeting ;
that more might be learned concern-
ir.g the school conditions. Trustees
recommended Mrs. S. P. Rush as ;
t?acher.

Messrs. Harper, Johns and Matchetfc

school, presented

petition asking for maintaining their

school with the addition of an extra
teacher, also repairs for house. It
was shown that enrollment and aver- ;
age were too low for the second
t'-ashtr to be liad,- Repairs to ba con-

T. . t .' sidered at proner time.
It v3 3 csrta-.n.y a travesty on jus- Mr A Thomas, trustee of the 1
t ice m Hillsborough county, where YJeirs dale special lax district, fame ;
the notorious gambler, Frank Mc- "before ths board and asked that school

Shprrv. was let off for lighter oun- housz be repaired lortms term pet ore

t e j

ishnient than is often inflicted on

August 8, 1914. All day long, Ger Germans
mans Germans attacked Belgian forts in vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of Liege and were repulsed with
heavy loss. Erroneous reports that

French troops had come to relief of of Turner Farm

Belgians were spread broadcast.
Japanese squadron left Nagasaki
for the China i Sea to guard British
merchantmen from German cruisers.

A preacher says a prudent girl will
not ride in an automobile alone with
a stranger! and a St. Pete wise girl
says she will not ride in an automo automobile
bile automobile with some men she knows! Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
A little prudence now and then is
relished, even by those things! called
men. Times-Union.
Toward other men.

What we can't understand is why
somebody does not want to find out
who are the twelve greatest men in
history. We really feel slighted. Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald.
Since, your modesty won't allow you
to name yourself and the other eleven,
dear Herald, we will supply the defic deficiency.
iency. deficiency. The others are, or mostly
were, Moses, Herodotus, Euclid, Solon,
Archimedes, Julius Caesar, Columbus,
George Washington, Lincoln, Douglas
Fairbanks and William S. Hart.

Down in Oxford, Fla., th'ey are hav

mg a new kind of sport. Snake Snake-fighting
fighting Snake-fighting is the latest vogue. Rattlers
are matched with kings, coachwhips

and blacksnakes. Just who are the

victors has not yet been announced. announced.-Orlando
Orlando announced.-Orlando Reporter-Star.

Down! Gee, man! you have to climb
alltheway from your office door to

reach Oxford, in the highlands of

Sumter county. And there is good
reason to believe that snake story

was started by an Orlando bootlegger.

tiTr. feiT i-rm to hemn. Mr. Tnomas

m fact, his teachers for another term. Board ask ask-nothing
nothing ask-nothing to e J superintendent to lake up the

irauer cf reuairs as soon as possible. ;
Sirs. Julia D. W'lliams was appointed
n ; rrin-innl nnf' ATi s Caroline Pss- i

"McSherry pled guilty to the charge tour ag aisistant for the coming term. S

of maintaining a gambling house and Mr. Thomas also presented petition j
was fined $1000 and-costs of the court, for the bonding cf.Weirsdale specia!

tax Gisinct- same 10 oe iur cwi-

The S5185, which has been held by the vith crruit-mrnt. Same was checked i

- .-

negro for shooting craps-'
punishment amounted to

him. The Tampa Times tells it as follows:

I m iuc fx $a 1 1 1 ft ttu u 4 n IWMv

same was

sheriff as evidence., was ordered for- and it wr.s found that the required

feited and vaid into the treasury of t'venty-flve" per cent as required had j

Hillsborough county. Three other s:af Bard ordered petition turned j

charges against McSherry, two counts

of conspiracy to defraud, and one, at attempt
tempt attempt to commit grand larceny, were

nolle prossed."

A' negro was lynched five miles

ovr-r t- rttornev ior legal action.

Mr. Herman Hall of Greenwood dis-t-Ict-came
before the board and dis
c:??d transportation of pupils from
Fine to Cit?.. He also wanted to
knew how much would be allowed for
said transportation.

Messrs T. W. Burnett. W. J. Piatt

west of Brocksville Sundav before and Dan Shaw of Charter Oak district

last and the body horribly mutilated

.the fiondist souvenir seekers. Men

desiring 'work in railroad shops in
Lakeland and Port Tampa have been
h er. up. Florid?, seems to have its

full auota of savages. Dade City

Panner.

Most of us turn savage, onec in a

while. Arid unless something happens

ti us pers6nally that'can arouse the

full force of our own savagery, we

can't fairly judge the savagery of

other people.

Statesman Bill Phillips of Lake City

is in town. ."Statesman Bill, at his

home in the metropolis of North Flor

ida, heard that his town's pet team
had suffered defeat at the. hands of

the Ocala boys; he heard this news at

6:30, and at once mounted his pranc prancing
ing prancing car, which pranced so assiduously
that it brought Statesman Bill to

Ocala- about the- time the picture
show was closing. Statesman" Bill

found his .home team slightly difigur-

ed but still in the ring, and passing

resolutions that today it would putLf their school, motion by C. R. Veal,

me before the board relative to the

petition filed with tbe board at June
mes! ing. asking that Charter Oak
school be moved to Summer field. Mr.

Shaw who had opposed the movement I
3'at' l th?.t he r.ow h?d no further op-

position. Mr. C. R. veal moved that
r. tu'on be ca nted and pupils trans-co!-t?(I
'to Summerfie'd. Motion sec seconded
onded seconded by A. J. Stephens and carried
b;r unanimous vote of the board.
Petition from patrons of Ebenezer
sub-school district No. 42. Was receiv received
ed received asking that board build house for
the needs of pupils in the district.
Motion that petition be laid over over
for further consideration at this meet meeting
ing meeting after budget had ben made.
Board adjourned for noon to meet
at 1:30 o'clock. t
Board met Wednesday 'afternoon
with all members present arid acting.
At this time the minutes were read
and approved.
Messrs. R. B. Fant, J. W. Coulter,
Aubrey Frink and J. B. George came
before the board and discussed the
plans for Fellowship consolidated
school.
As petition was presented from
Fantville and Blitchton district asking
that they be consolidated with Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship and trustees of Fellowship

gladly welcomed them to become part

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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

A. bee stung a man on the elbow
while he was driving in his automo automobile
bile automobile and his wife was killed in the
wreck that resulted. A St. Peters Peters-,
, Peters-, burg minister says that it was Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and the accident' happened be because
cause because they were breaking the Sab Sabbath.;
bath.; Sabbath.; How about the other hundred
thousand cars out that day which
did not meet with accidents? St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent.
If you will ask said preacher, he
will probably tell you that their driv drivers,
ers, drivers, will burn in hell forever and nine ninety
ty ninety days after. .
Commenting on our remarks re re-.
. re-. garding carelessly written and more
carelessly constructed news items,
Thorn of the Kissimmee Valley Ga Gazette
zette Gazette makes the following remarks,
to which we wish our readers would
give heed:
Which leads me to infer that care carelessness
lessness carelessness everywhere abounds. Fre Frequently
quently Frequently notices have been set to the
office of the Gazette reading some something
thing something like this: "Mrs. Kelley is visit visiting
ing visiting her mother." Then there is trou-
ble. Why did the sender fail to give
,the initials of Mrs. Kelley, fail to tell
the home address of the visitor, fail
to give the name and initials of the
mother and state on what street and
at what number she lived, fail to say
if Mrs., Kelley was well known here
or if this was the first visit, fail to

(Evening Star Aug. 8, 1902)
Miss Nellie Stevens returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Tallahassee, where she
was one of the efficient corps of teach teachers
ers teachers at the normal.
ifO. B. Howse left for Tampa yester yesterday
day yesterday and will visit his extensive stock
farm at Kissimmee before returning

to Ocala.
Miss 'Alice Bullock returned from
Clearwater todaw and expects to be at
home for the remainder of the sum summer.
mer. summer.
Messrs. Alfred Abshier and L. W.
Drew of Belleview were in Ocala to today.
day. today. s Dr.W. V. Newsom left today for
Horton, Ala., to spend his vacation.
Mrs. Newsom and family will follow
in a few days.
,f5Miss Edna ,Dozier entertained a
number of friends at the home of her
parents last, night.
Dr. W. H. Powers, Sid Hiller and
F. L. Watson were put through an another
other another degree of Masonry last night,
a a a
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Aug. 8, 1912)
Mrs. Belle Dean returned today
from a short visit with friends in
Gainesville.
Mr. Tom Pritchett and wife of
Candler leave m a few days to spend
the remainder of the summer in North
Carolina.
Mrs. C. H. Hardee and sons and
Miss Ruth Hardee have returned from
a visit in Hendersonville, N. C.
Mr. Maurice Strauss returned to today
day today from a fishing trip with Mr. Har Harry
ry Harry Peter t Dunnellon.
Miss Carrie Barco of Cotton Plant,
after a visit with friends in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, stopped in Ocala with her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mrs. M. L. Reynolds.
-Mr. R. A. Burford left today for
Troy, Ala, and after a visit there will
go as far west as the Golden Gate.

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

seconded by A. J. Stephens that these

schools be consolidated carried.
y Messrs. Young, Scruggs and Collins
of Irvine came before the board and
asked that they be transported again
this term to Mcintosh as there was
ho. way. for the county to finance th
last two months of the transportation

as Irvine was not included in the spe

cial tax district. The board assured

them that it was willing to transport
them for the six months but asked
that they make an effort to finance

the last two months

Messrs. F. E. Riley and Claude Mc Mc-Cranev
Cranev Mc-Cranev came before the board ; and

asked that thev be allowed transpor

tation to Umatilla school. As there
were points to be discussed with the
Lake county authorities it was agreed

to postpone action until superinten

dent and trustees could make mvesti
gation of conditions.
Hosea Lewis, supervisor of the Je

rusalem colored school, came before

the board and discussed the new

building to be made by tearing down
the old one and using the lumber to
enlarge the building and adding a

lodge room above the school building.

That the patrons were willing to do

the work if the county would furnish

enough lumber for the extra room re

quested : that they would furnish ev

ervthiner for the lodcre room. As this

seemed to be very reasonable and at
the same time assures the community
sufficient school room without much
extra cost to the county, it was decid decided
ed decided to give $100 for this purpose.
Sam Williams, supervisor of 'St.
Peters colored school, came before the
board and discussed new building to
be erected from the building at Mar Mar-tel
tel Mar-tel bought by the county for that pur purpose.
pose. purpose. It was agreed that the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent secure competent carpenter
for the work of tearing down and
moving this building and construction
of school house at St. Peters, same to
accommodate both the St. Peters and
St, Philips schols, labor to be furnish furnished
ed furnished by patrons of the school.
W. Sams, supervisor of the We We-tumpka
tumpka We-tumpka colored school, called and ask asked
ed asked that they be allowed enough mar
terial to repair building. Mr. Shealy
was asked to look over building at
some time when it was convenient and
if possible make arrangements for re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Board adjourned to meet Thursday
morning.
Board met Thursday morning with
all members present and acting.
Mr. W. H.. Little, contractor for the
Anthony school house, came before
the beard and presented certificate
from the architect for $2040.77. As
bonds of the district had not been de delivered
livered delivered no money was available for
taking care of this certificate and
part of the last one. As the assess-

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1922

f

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

(Continued from Second Page)

Salt Springs Water
Wo ol

hand a aasntitv of thi? I

fammi'? H'lPAI IV A1 F!? I'S-V fa!! endorsement of same. The

i.. j i- .' -tfDank of Dunnellon, su!

xt'.iuy ira( iivery. in live
git lion containers.

jimt -zt the Anthony district foz, the
j I "resent : was very small and not
, enough to take care of the interest

arc princial, the board would not

PHONK 167
Giero-Cela Ectiiing Worts

Phone 597 Niht Phone 408
f SMS !U .C'':' r Fit C f?1

We Specialize in

WELDINfi.'

.'ELECTRICAL WORK
REBORING CYLINDERS.
C. RIND! NO CR A N ITS HAFTS,
GIVE US A TRIAL
Osceola St.. fust oil ft.. Kins

unnellon, subject to attor-

, i.reys". opinion, was consulted and ad-
vised the board that it possible it
t-Wr;Tfj t?Ve care of same and would
; j is consideration and let the
t oard know as soon as possible. The
-. ..uri .athotized superintendent to
f ave hands printed and if Bank of
iiijrirfi'on refused the bonds hen to
i try to sell the bonds so that' money

KMild hi had for payment of material
j;.: ( labor for, the Anthony new school
jj'tuildinr-
I1 51-s- J. E. Thomas, Mr. W. Luffman
-r;-d -5S-. T. GT Woodward, trustees of
S-Lvarr r.chooh csme before the board

:: r.v cussed the school of Sparc in
. s ,;ctip.-l and presented bills for the

juiin-.inr of the house which amounted
v 55105X3.' Same were ordered paid.
Bosrd expressed its appreciation of
jthe work accomplished by the patrons

M,ot tne isparr scnool tnrougn tne trus trus-jt'3
jt'3 trus-jt'3 of the district in the expenditure
ff.-vf the iuor.ay received as. premium at
he Marion county fair in behalf of
jj the children.
; Addie E. Starke came before the
if! hoard r.nd discussed the new school

building at Bethlehem and the need
;cf same. Board agreed to begin work
Ion the building as soon as possible,
provided the patrons raised the
?vmoant necessary to warrant the
board in expending the necessary
finds, and 'also enable them to secure
!rd from other funds.
The bank accounts of the several
districts were checked' and the cashed
warrants cancelled. Report from the
depository were1 apparently correct.
The bank account of the general
fund. -was checked, the cashed war warrants
rants warrants cancelled and found to be ap apparently
parently apparently correct.
.Foard adjourned Cor noon.
( Heard met Thursday afternoon with
jail members present and acting.
' As it was time for a budget for the

I. ensuing year to be made and turned

'over to the county commissioners, the
j following budget was prepared:
: 1 The board of public instruction in
land' for Marion county, Florida, in
i regular session this the 6th day of
' July 1922.' adopted the following bud-

Arrival and departure of passenger ret for the .scholastic year 1922 and
trains at OCALA UNION STATION. i $23:
The following schedule figures pub-i v Resources

ished as information and not guar-j ga Brot. Forwd ... $
anteed. '" -." .Redemption and tax sales.

pastern standard nmej s Depository interest

Ncedham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECfKitAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
. Sewing Machines Repaired

HUGM SCHEDULE:

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R. State one mill tax. .
Triv fr Station Arrive from Forest reserve

2:15 am -. St. Petersburg
2:27 am Jacksonville'
:45 pm Jacksonville
3 :24 pm St; Petersburg
6:15 am Jacksonville

:30 pm 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-NTork 2 J.0 am

1:50 pm Jacksonville
:17 pm Jacksonville
v Tampa-Manatee-
2:15 am St. Petersburg
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg

2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am

:50 pm Tampa-Manatee

2,052.60
4,500.00
12.00
10,918.00
891.97

3,000.00

assessed for general school purposes
on real and personal property in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, for school pur purposes
poses purposes at ten mills and fixed the mill mill-3g3
3g3 mill-3g3 to be assessed on real and per personal
sonal personal property in special tax school
districts Nos. 1, 5, 6, 10 and 35 for
the bond interest and sinking fund as
follows:
District No. 1, Oeala, five mills; dis district
trict district No. 5, Dunnellon, one mill; dis district
trict district No. 6, Reddick, five mills; dis district
trict district No. 10., Citra. five mills; district
No. 35. Anthony, five mills.
The board of public instruction rec recommends
ommends recommends and asks your board to or-le.-
the above millage assessed.
The board of public instruction also
:'sVs that you order assessed for each
of the special tax school districts the
following millage. which is the mill mill-age
age mill-age voted for at the election for that
twroose held the 18th day of April,
19-22:

the boundaries of the district were ex extended
tended extended so as to take in the territory
as advertised. Votes cast for. 28 and
one vote against; millage three mills,
and the following as trustees: J. S.
Grantham Fort McCoy, G. B. Parra Parra-more,
more, Parra-more, Eureka, and L. B. Marsh, Bur Bur-bank.
bank. Bur-bank. No further business appearing be before
fore before the board, board adjourned to
meet in regular session August 8,
1922. H. G. Shealy, Secretary.

Dist.
Dist,
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.

13 mills
33 mills

53
73
93
113
133
153
181
203

D?st. 223
Dist. 242

Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.

273
293
313
33 3
353
373
393
413

mills
. mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills
mills

Dist.
Di3t.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.
Dist.

Dist.

23 mills
43 mills
6 3 mills
93 mills
103 mills
123 mills
142 mills
173 mills

193 mills

213 mills

Dist. 23 3 mills
Dist. 26 3 mills
Dist. 28 3 mills
Dist. 303 mills
Dist. 32 3 mills
Dist. 343 mills
Dist. 363 mills
Dist 383 mills
Dist. 40 3 mills

Dist. 433 mills

TO ICE CONSUMERS
Our drivers want to help you get all
the ICE you need every day this sum summer
mer summer but they need your help.
When you put your ICE CARD out
on time, you save them extra trips
and that's saving ice for everybody.
When you keep the ice compartment
of your refrigerator free from food
a'r.d 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 ,34, OCALA. FLA.

2;27 Am i Int.. from state school fund

2:15 am Hunting licenses 2,000.00
3:24pm Poll tax ...j 4,000.00
1:25pm. Int. on bondsman's note.. ,N 200.00
9:00 pm From districts 6,500.00

County levy, 10 mills 90,500.00
Back taxes 2,000.00
Dormitory rentals 360.00

Smith-Hughes fund 2,500.00

Layne house

Jeans' fund

Kn Tvm I r

3. 5Q pm Last year's indebtedness.
Salaries of teachers
4:05amNew.DuiIimSs

1:35 amLftePairs

300.00
320.00

$130,054.57
.$ 30,000.00
. 70,000.00
5,000.00
350.00

I Insurance 1,500.00

1 as nm Transportation

4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm Superintendent's salary .
' iPer diem and cileage board
. : ; i Office help .....

LI ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANb BUILDER

Printing

Interest
Attorney's fees .
Funding warrants
Attendance officer

Miscellaneous

Careful estimates made on all con-. Traveling expenses Supt
tract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other i
contractor in the city.

6,500.00

2,400.00
500.00
1,200.00
250.00
8,000.00
200.00
2,500.00
1,200.00

154.57
300.00

$130,054.57
The board fixed the millage to be

and Dist. 443 mills

Board authoribed the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent to advertise for bids for letting
the dormitory for another year. Also
to rent the Layne house when it was
definitely understood that it would
not be used in connection with the
school.
Board adjourned to meet Friday
morning at 9 o'clock.
Board met Friday morning with all
members present and acting.
As it was shown by the budget that
a good portion of the previous year's
income had not been collected and as
the law requires the school boards to
pay all previous indebtedness before
horrowing money for current funds on
the new budget and as there would be
enough to come in before January 1,
1923. to care for this indebtedness
arid in view of the fact, that the board
could only take care of the current
payments, teachers' salaries, etc., by
beginning the term on Oct. 2, 1922, it
was agreed to begin the 1922-23 term
on Oct. 2, 1922, unless arrangements

! could be made before that date for an

earlier opening.

At it was very necessary to keep

the term to the required length so as

to keep up the efficiency, of the
schools and at the same time care for
the present deficit it was agreed that

salaries and all expenses be reduced

to a minimum. The board realizing
that this will somewhat inconvenience

some of the schools that have always
opened earlier asked the co-operation
of supervisors and patrons in main

taining the efficiency of the schools

this term.

It was agreed that the negro schools
be reduced this term to three months
except the Ocala and Dunnellon
schools, they being the largest in the
county.
Motion by C. R. Veal, seconded by
A. J. Stephens and carried by unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote of the board that all actions
requiring the expenditure of moneys

be rescinded except the work already

under construction

; Board adjourned for noon to meet

at 1:30 Friday afternoon

Board met Friday afternoon with

all members present and acting,

On recommendation from the dif different
ferent different schools supervisors of the va

rious neeTO schools were appointed.

The election returns of the Fort

McCoy sub-school district showed, that

A nice, thoroughly modern bunga bungalow
low bungalow home for somebody is being built
by the Citizens Investment Co. on a
ot on Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Call and see it. Phone
2S5 for particulars. 22-tf

BETTER buy a lot before they go
up, and build a home while materials
are cheap. Let Ditto show you. 11 tf

WANTED! ;
Live auto dealer Overland Willys-Knight cars. See
A. R. BROWN, Wholesale Representative Willys Over Overland,
land, Overland, Inc., Wednesday, August 9, at Harrington Hall
hotel; : ;-Wvv--.

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. ;
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' COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Phones 243 and 174

TELEPHONE NO. 605

Call this number when you want
absolute satisfaction in dry cleaning.
Ladies suits and skirts our hobby.
Counts Dry Cleaning Plant. 3-tf

Among the possibilities of the fu future
ture future is also a hateless Haiti. Boston

Transcript.

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25 c, 50c and $2 packages at tha
Court Phannwy. 18-tf

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given thaty the
oard of public instruction in and for
Marion county will receive bids until
3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Aug.
9th, for letting the dormitory for the
ollowing year, beginning September
st. 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. G. Shealy,
8-1-tf V Secretary.

BETTER, insure before rather than
after the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf

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mance romance of mining for precious metals.
The scene is laid in Colorado and the prin principal
cipal principal incidents have to do with attempts to
steal a rich mine.
A tale of high order made more interesting
by the author's intimate knowledge of
mining-town life and his ability to inject a
pleasing humor in the telling of it.
The plucky hero and the spirited heroine
will make a strong appeal. With a superb
plot, a realistic background and excellent
characterization, "The Gross-Gut" will be
liked by all lovers of virile American fiction.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
RATES under this heading axe
follows: Maximum of six line one time
2Sc; three times aOc: six times 75c; one

month (3.00. AH accounts parable la
mdranre except to those who hare reg

ular advertising accounts.

ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished, also

carpenter's,- automobile and electric
tools for sale cheap. Call at 120

N. Sanchez street. 7-3t

FOR RENT One lower furnished
bed room; also garage. Apply to
Mrs Geo. F. Young, 215 South Tus-

.cawilla St. Phone 543. 7-6t

FOR SALE One thoroughbred Jer

sey cow, three years old, coming
fresh in September. Fred J. Baird,
. four miles south on Dixie High

way. 7-3t

,-FOR SALE On Fort King avenue,

easy terms, lot 60 by 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East Fort King

2-tf

avenue.

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
an4 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

LET MOTHERS REST-Special rates

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

Arms House. 26-tf

II. II. GUMMERLIN Shoe Repair
' Shop, 2Yz Magnolia St., west of the
courthouse. Repairing youths' shoes
COc. and $1; adults' $1.25, $1.50 and
. $1.75; all others $2.25 and $2.50. lm

DR. K. J. WEIME,

, Optometrist and Optician

P5 wfc Eyefiignt Specialist
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Gcala

PALATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE

SCHEDULE
Leave Palalka 8:00 A SI.
Arrive 0cala '12:00 M.
Leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Palatka jA: 6:00 P. M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Paaltka leaving point, James hotel
. Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Cilra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Rodman.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society

items for the Star, call five-one.

Dempsey Mayo, one of the Star's

carrier boys, is on the sick list.

TEN INNINGS TO
TRIM THE TERRORS

(Continued from First Page)

Mr. J. H. Therrell has gone to

Black Mountain, N. C, where he will

join his wife.

The Girl Scouts will hold a candy

and drink sale Wednesday morning on

the Ocala House porch. 8-lt

The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society

will sell candy during the band concert
Friday evening. 8-4t

Miss Katie Lee left today for Lees-

burg, where she will spend two weeks

with her aunt at the Lake View hotel.

C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala. Phone 527

CLEAN
PAINT
TUNE

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We are equipped to give com com-plete
plete com-plete renovation and repair
service on your car. We get it

H ready for the road in jig time
g and at low prices. All expert

wwHmen.

GAS OIL GREASE

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

SEVEN DAY SERVICE

R. R.R.
Don't Say Roach Powder
DEMAND
RAY'S ROACH
ROUTER
NOT POISON
Guaranteed to Rid YonrHonse
o! Roaches
See Your Grocer or Druggist"
25 and 50 cents a box
Manufactured by E. D; Ray,
1015 Franklin St, Tampa

Miss Marian Dewey has gone to

Tampa, where he expects to spend
this week with relatives and friends.

Patronize home industry by buying
Carter's Bakery bread, cakes, pies,
etc. Then, too, they're the best. 3-6t

Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c

and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. 18-tf

Miss Susie Lou Ellis is expected

home today from Gainesville, where

she has been visiting friends for sev
eral days.

Mrs. E. Goolsby of Floral City ar

rived in the city today to visit her

sister, Mrs. Estelle. Grantham, who

has been quite sick.

The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society

will sell candy during the band concert

Friday evening. 8-4t

The Girl Scouts will hold a candy

and drink sale Wednesday morning on

the Ocala House porch. 8-lt

Miss Dorothy Ray of Sanford is

the guest of Miss Chivalette Smith at

the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
W. E. Smith, on Tuscawilla street.

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson and
baby of Inverness, arrived in Ocala
Saturday and expect to stay here for

the next two weeks at the home of Mr,

and Mrs. Clarence Camp during the

absence of Mr. Camp.

. Merchants & Miners steamers from
Jacksonville sail via Savannah, permit
inspection of that city on the way to
Baltimore or Philadelphia. Florida's
interests and those of the north are
connected with the regular and at attractive
tractive attractive service of the Merchants &
Miners Transportation Company, Mr.
C. M. Haile, Jacksongille, general
agent. It

the game with a single, scoring Taylor.

Two close decisions on the part of

the umpire somewhat marred the

game but no one believes but what
the umpire was doing the best he
could and called them like he saw
them. In the first inning the Ter Terrors
rors Terrors had three on bases and the batter
was three and two with balls and

strikes. The next ball pitched was

called a strike while the Terrors and
fans thought it pretty low. Had the

umpire called it a ball the batter

would have walked and a run would
have been forced across the plate.

In the eighth inning Harry Wood

was called out at the plate when he
was safe three times. The catcher

caught the ball in his clothing and
did not touch Harry with it. He
blocked the plate so that Harry could
not touch it and finally he dropped
the ball but all these errors that

Easterly made were where Galloway
could not see and he called Wood out.
Taylor and Vann did the best hit hitting.
ting. hitting. Taylor got two out of four and
Vann got three out of four.
The Box Score
Terrors AB R H PO A E
Huber, 2nd . 5-0 0 3 3 0
Vann, 3rd 4 1 3 2 2 1
Bush, cf 5 1 1 2 0 0
Easterly, c 4 1 0 10 0 0
Carroway, If 4 0 1 3 1 0
Gilmartin, 1st .... 4 0 1 8 0 0
Harrigan, ss 4 0 0 0 0 1
Harrigan, ss 4 0 0 0 0 1
Inman, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Ulrich, p 4 0 0 0 3 1

Mrs. W. J. Frink and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Bettie Mclver Frink, left this
morning for their home at Sumica,
after a visit with Mrs. Frink's father,
Mr. D. E. Mclver. Mr. Frink will join
them at Lakeland and accompany
them home.

BETTER let Ditto figure with you
on the home building proposition. Lots
and material will go up now and then
you will be sorry you didn't act on
the suggestion. Buy and build now.
Ditto, Realtor. 11-tf

Mr. W. J. Tillman returned last
night from Columbia, S. C, where he
accompanied his wife 'and baby. The
baby which is now in a hospital, seems
to be improving, the change of cli climate
mate climate already proving beneficial.

BETTER be safe than sorry. Ditto
works for your town. Why not insure
with Ditto? tf

Mrs. W. T. Gary, has gone to Bre Brevard,
vard, Brevard, N. C, in response to a telegram
stating that Master Wilbur Gary, who
is at Camp Sapphire, is sick with
pneumonia. The friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Gary hope that by the time Mrs.
Gary arrives her son will be much im improved.
proved. improved. R. D. Fuller, dentist. Union block,
phone 601. 8-2-tf

PAINTING
BRING YOUR CARS AROUND
OR CALL IIS
PHONE 8
SPENCER-PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.

38 3 '6 28 9 3
Wildcats AB R H PO A E
Francis, ss 4 0 0 2 3 2
Bracken, 3rd 4 0 1 3 3 1
Leon, 2nd 4 1 1 0 2 0
Rymer, If 4 1 0 0 0 0
Taylor, 1st 4 2 2 12 1 0
Hernandez, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Wood, rf 5 0 2 3 0 0
Overstreet, c 4 0 1 0 1 0
Fisher, p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Whitney, p ..2 0 1 1 1 0
35 4 8 30 11 3
Terrors 003 000 000 03 6 3
Wildcats 000 300 000 l-p-4 8 3
Summary: Sacrifice hits, Bracken,
Leon, Hernandez; two base hits;
Vann, Bracken, Overstreet; double
pMays, Bracken to Taylor to Bracken,
Francis to Taylor; hits off Fisher 5 in
three innings, off Whitney, 1 in seven
innings, off Ulrich, 8 in ten innings;
base on balls off Fisher 1, off Whit Whitney
ney Whitney 0, off Ulrich 4; struck out by
Fisher 5, by Whitney 2, ly Ulrich 6;
earned runs, Ocala 2, Lake City 2;
left on bases Ocala 10, Lake City 5.
Umpires, Galloway and Leavengood.

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your

pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. tf

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t Geo. MacKay I Co.
t Ocala. Fla.

HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

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J MQTOH CARS

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Itwiouncvng
A wholly line of cars built on time-tried
Buick principles but with improvements and
refinements which make Aeir introduction
an event of nation-wide .interest.

14 Distinctive Models
Astonishing Values and Prices

SIX CYLINDER MODELS
23-6-41 Tour.Sedan,5 pass. $1935
23-6-44 Roadster, 2 pass. 1175
23-6-45 Touring, 5 pass. 1195
23-6-47 Sedan, 5 pass. - 1985
23-6-48 Coupe, 4 pass. -. 1895
23-6-49 Touring, 7 pass. 1435
23-6-50 Sedan, 7 pass. - 2195

23-6-54 Sport RoacL, 3 pass. $ 1 625
23-6-55 Sport TourM4 pass. 1675
FOUR CYLINDER MODELS
23-4-34 Roadster, 2 pass. 865
23-4-35 Touring, 5 pass. 885
23-4-36 Coupe, 3 pass. 1175
23-4-37 Sedan, 5 pass. - 1395 v
23-4-38 Tour. Sedan, 5 pass. 1325

All Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan
Ask about the G. M. A. C. Purchase Plan which provides for Deferred Payments
See These New Buick Cars Now at Our Showroom

PHONE 8

FMor C,

WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK. WILL BUILD THEM

THE' E0ME OF
First-Class Bicycle
REPAIRING
Phone 431
BRIGHA'.VS BICYCLE STORE
Next to Burnett's Tailor Shop

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

Quaker Oats, 12c. pkg., OO.
three for OOC

Marocala Butter,
por pound

Post Toasties,
three for ......
Premier Salad
Dressing.

Uneedas,

three; for

25c
33c

A C Octagon Soap,
xO C j three for

One quart new honey, CC j Senate Coffee,
per jar. ........ JJi per pound. .....

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

25c
40c
20c
20c
40c
40c
25c

Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE

PHONE 163

TEMPORARY REDUCTION ON KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Oi l) PRICE ; NEW PF
30x3 Fabric $12.90 $ 985
30x3'" 14.70 12.00
32x3 Cord 24.30 20.50
32x4 32.73 27 85
33x4 33.75 2870
34x4 34.95 29.72
32x4 42.40 36.00
33x4 44.00 37.40
34x412 44.30 37.60
33x5 52.30 '44.40-
35x5 54.40 46.20

CORD 15 OFF

FABRIC 20 OFF

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