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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Sun Rises' Tomorrow, 5:56; Sets, 7:07. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 195

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HAVE TO ACCOUNT
FOR HIS II
Resolutions Regarding Shipping Board
Bars Introduced in Congress Bj
Prominent Representatives
Washington, Aug. 16. Resolutions
calling upon the shipping board to in inform
form inform the House where and how much
liquor it bought for sale on American
ships since the national prohibition
law went into effect were introduced
today by Representatives Gallivan,
democrat, Massachusetts, and Bren Bren-nan,
nan, Bren-nan, republican, Michigan.
FREE ZONES FOR RAW MATER MATERIALS
IALS MATERIALS Free zones at American ports where
crude imported materials might be
converted for export without the pay payment
ment payment of tariff duties would be provid provided
ed provided for in an amendment to the tariff
bill approved today by the Senate
without roll calk
MESSAGE TOMORROW
Washington, Aug. 16. (Associated
Press). President Harding in a mes message
sage message tomorrow to Congress will pre present
sent present to federal legislators and to the
country the position of the govern government
ment government with respect to existing indus industrial
trial industrial troubles, particularly the railroad
strike.
CONFESSED THEIR GUILT
TO THEIR GUARDS
Negroes Who Attacked Florida Wom Woman
an Woman Sentenced to Death by a North
Carolina Court
Raleigh, Aug. 16. Angus Murphy
and Joseph Thomas, sentenced at Car Carthage
thage Carthage yesterday to die in the electric
chair September 15th upon conviction
of charges in connection with an at attack
tack attack on Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ketchen
of Miami, Fla., near Southern Pines,
two weeks ago, confessed their guilt
to the guards who brought them to
the penitentiary here last night, ac
cording to Sheriff Blue, of Moore
county. The negroes attempted to es
tablish an alibi at the trial.
PAINTING
BRING YOUR CARS AROUND
OR CALL US
PHONE 8
SPENCER-PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
AUTO
REPAIR
SERVICE
Our plant is equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
We employ none but expert
workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us clean up and overhaul
your car. You'll be surprised at
the low cost of service in our
shop.
WE SELL
Fox Tires and Tubes
Cord 10,000 mile guarantee.
Fabric 6,000 mile guarantee.
STANDARD PRICES
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

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THINKS THE
TROUBLE IS OVER
National Guardsmen, Who Have Been
On Guard in the Coal Fields, Are
Returning Home
Columbus, Aug. 16 (By Associated
Press). Ohio National Guardsmen
5 nt to various Ohio coal fields during
the coal strike have been ordered re returned
turned returned to their armories for demobili
sation.
PREMIER POINCARE'S
POLICY APPROVED
Stand He has Taken Toward German
Reparations Backed by Entire
French Cabinet
Rambouillet, France, Aug. 16. (By
Associated Press). The French cabi cabinet
net cabinet today unanimously aprpoved of
tiie German reparations policy of Pre Premier
mier Premier Poincare and congratulated him
or tha stand he took at the London
conference of allied premiems.
LEES3URG AGAIN LOST
Willis Pitched Winning Ball Yester
day for the Wildcats
In spite of the beautiful game of
ball Larisy pitched for the Leesburg
boys Tuesday- afternoon, the Wildcats
got away with a ninth inning rally
that netted them the winning run of
a close and exciting game.
In the first inning Lariscy let Ocala
have a scratch hit and in the second
a hot drive through second. From
then until the ninth not an Ocala slug slugger
ger slugger was able to' do anything with his
offerings. No better ball has been
pitched in Ocala this year than Larry
dealt out in yesterday's game. Only
three men reached first base from the
second until the ninth innings. The
balls were heavy, wet and black. The
day was dark and cloudy and Larry
had a fast one that it was impossible
to see. Time after time the Ocala
batters asked to see the ball thinking
that it was emoried but no traces
of emory could be found. Larry just
had the stuff. In the ninth Larry
called for a dry ball. All the balls
that had been used were too wet so a
nice white ball was put into play.
Four men faced Larry in the ninth
and each of them got a single and
the winning run was scored. The new
ball ruined Lariscy.
Willis occupied the center mound
for the Wildcats. The boy was in his
prime and held the Leesburg lads to
four scattered hits during the entire
game. But for an error on the part
of his team mates Willis would never
have been scored on. In addition to
pitching jam-up ball, Willis made a
bare handed stop of a hot one in the
ninth that probably saved the game
for the Wildcats. With a man on
second, Buckles hit a hot one to Willis
and Kerlin was caught at third on the
play.
A majority of the star plays of the
afternoon went to the Leesburg boys.
Alsobrook made two ripping catches
in center field and Porter nabbed
a hard foul in left field. Wood for
Ocaal pulled down a foul in right after
a long run.
Not many Leesburg fans followed
their team yesterday, but we hope to I
see a large crowd oi visitors nere iorr
the Thursdav's game betwwen the
same teams. Ocala scored the first
run of the game in the second inning.
Brown walked. Rymer singled send sending
ing sending Brown to third. Rymer pilferred
second. Bracken fanned. Wood pol pol-eJ
eJ pol-eJ out a long sacrifice fly to center
field and Brown scored. Overstreet
tried to knock one over the left field
fence but Porter got under and end ended
ed ended the inning.
The score remained 1 to 0 until the
6th when Leesburg tied it. Porter
led off and drew an error from
Bracken. Gillespi fanned, Medin
singled to right and Porter scored
from second when Overstreet dropped
the ball in tagging him. Kerlin hit to
short and forced Medlin at second.
Herlong hit to short and forced Ker Kerlin
lin Kerlin at second, retiring the side. From
the sixth to the ninth neither team
threatened to score. Both pitchers
went good and very few men reached
first base. In the ninth Leesburg got
a hit but failed to bring a runner
across the plate. Ocala came to bat
and Larisy tried a new ball. Leon
hit a lucky one over second just where
neither second, left or center fielders
could quite reach it. Brown singled.
Rymer singled. Bracken singled and
Leon scored. All these hits were

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RAH E Y 111 RETIRE

After His Last Break, It is Time For
Him to Give the Chairman Chairmanship
ship Chairmanship Up
Jacksonville, Aug. 16. George P.
Raney, chairman of the state demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee, in a tele telegram
gram telegram today to Oscar M. Johnson,
stated he would not be a candidate for
re-election as chairman at the commit committee
tee committee meeting here tomorrow. Raney
has served as chairman eight years.
AMERICAN GOODS IN
CUBA UNDELIVERED
Delayed in the Customs Houses And
Likely to be Sold for Charges
In a Few Days
Washington, Aug. 16. Millions of
dollars worth of undelivered American
goods in Cuban bonded warehouses
will be sold at auction for customs du duties
ties duties and charges within two weeks un unless
less unless steps are taken by the owners to
withdraw their property, it was re reported
ported reported today by the commerce de department.
partment. department. VARDAMAN THE LEADER
IN MISSISSIPPI
Stephens is Second and the Lady Can Candidate
didate Candidate for U. S. Senator
a Bad Third
New Orleans, August 16. Former
Senator James K. Vardaman jumped
into the lead in the three-cornered
democratic senatorial nomination race
in Mississippi this morning when re returns
turns returns from 79 of the 82 counties in
the state compiled by the New Orleans
Item gave Vardaman slightly more
than 50,000, Hubert D. Stephens a lit little
tle little less than 50,000 and Miss Belle
Kearney 14,000.
McCRAY DETERMINED
TO STOP THE MILL
Indianapolis, Aug. 16 Gov. McCray
sent a letter to the sheriff of LaPorte
county instructing him that under no
circumstances should he permit the
Dempsey-Brennan fight to be held at
Michigan City.
SEE HERE
The Phillips Drug Company has in installed
stalled installed in its store a complete radio
set. We get concerts from Atlanta,
Detroit, Pittsburg and other points.
We want every boy and girl in Mar Marion
ion Marion and adjoining counties to come in
and see this radio outfit and listen to
the concerts. The old folks also are
welcome. ltd&w
Fresh garden
Drug Company.
seeds
at Phillips
15-3t
BETTER not wait until after the
fire. Let Ditto insure you now, and
carry the worry. 11-tf
BETTER be safe than sorry. Ditto
works for your town. Why not insure
with Ditto? tf
Cards received from Mrs. Annie
Akins and Miss Mabel Akins say they
-
wife and baby.
Sam Kimbrough, a flagman in the
Atlantic Coast Line yards, met with
an accident this morning that will
probably cause him to stay in the hos hospital
pital hospital for several weeks. While making
a coupling on the sidetrack, the
coupling being made by Kimbrough
with his foot, his foot was caught be between
tween between the bumper and the knocker and
the fleshy part of his foot was mashed
and several of the small bones broken.
Kimbrough was taken to the Marion
County Hospital, where his foot was
dressed and he was made as comfort
able as nossible. Tomorrow he will be
sent to Waycross to the Coast Line
hospital.
At the citizens mliitary training
camp at Fort McClellan, where a
number of Ocala boys entered a few
weeks ago, there has been organized
a jazz orchestra, and among those
selected to play in the orchestra was
E. M. Henderly of this city. Besides
being the only Ocala boy, he also has
the distinction of being the only Flor Florida
ida Florida boy to be selected from those en entering
tering entering from this state.
BETTER insure before rather than
after the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf

COAL MINERS ARE
RETURNING TO IRK

j
Unless Some Permanent Plan .For j
Peace Is Adopted, Trouble Is Sure I
To Break Out Again I

Cleveland, Aug. 16. (Associated j St. Petersburg, Aug. 16 The action
Press). For the first time in twenty j of St. Petersburg voters yesterday in
weeks striking soft coal miners at j balloting eleven to one against the
scattered goints in seven states today j county bond issue of $2,695,000 for
are under orders to begin coal produc- highways, resulting in defeating the
ticn. This result of part settlement issue by 434 votes, cannot be regarded
of the strike, however, affected only a j as unprogresiveness, citizens pointed
small minority of 450000 soft coal j out today. Heretofore Pinellas county
diggers who quit work last March 31, j has carried all bond issues for im im-but
but im-but union officials are on their way provements. In this instance, however,

back home to seek to make peace with
other employers.
ATTEND THE BAND
CONCERT FRIDAY EVENING
It Will be Your Opportunity to Dem Demonstrate
onstrate Demonstrate that You Want The
Performances Kept Up
The people of Ocala will have an
opportunity Friday night to indicate
whether they want to maintain a
band. Friday's concert will be a
benefit concert and a collection will be
taken up for the purpose of keeping
the band together for more concerts
this summer. The city appropriation
for concerts this summer has been ex exhausted.
hausted. exhausted. The future of the band,
therefore, depends in a very large
measure upon how generous people
are Friday night. A feature of Fri Friday
day Friday night's concert will be a vocal
solo by Mr. Lester Lucas.
The full program will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: 1. March, T. O. H. Band (Mitchell).
Selection from the Apera Mari-!
tana (Wallace).
My Sunny Tennessee.
Land of Dreams (Schumann).
Angel Child (Silver).
'Gin, Gin, Ginny Shore.
Intermission
March, Glory for Yale (Fried (Friedman).
man). (Friedman). Overture, .Bright and Gay
(Buyer).
3.
4.
Roses of Memory (Haniblin) solo j
by Mr. Lester Lucas.
Old Fashioned Girl, (Jolson), vio violin
lin violin and band.
The Sheik (Snyder).
Star Spangled Banner.
10.
11.
12.
Plant your garden now. Get your
seed at Phillips Drug Company. 15-3t
Miss Virginia Neely of Sanford,
who has been the guest of Miss Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Bullock for the past two weks,
has returned home. Miss Neely is
well known in Ocala, having a number
of years ago made her home here.ind
last year attended the Ocala high
?chool for part of the season. Her
friends were glad of this opportunity
of seeing her again, as it will prob probably
ably probably be some time before she will be
back in Ocala again. Miss Neely ex expects
pects expects to leave Monday for Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, where she will enter training as
a nurse in one of the hospitals of that
city.
Just received Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf
Mr. J. C. English Sr. and J. C. Eng English
lish English Jr. of Fort Meade, spent yester-
dav in Ocala at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. J. H. Dunn. Mr. English Jr. island his family are spending the sum sum-well
well sum-well known in Ocala, where he was ; mer. Bob says he has been having a
professor of English in the high school j good time at Hendersonville, and as
last year. Mr. and Mrs. English will soon as he can attend to some busi busi-both
both busi-both be on the faculty of the Fortlness affairs intends to return for the

Meade school this coming term.
.r-r
8

PINELLAS BONDS

KILLED 81 ST. PETE
People of the Sunshine City Insist
Nevertheless That They
Are Progressive
sentiment here was against the issue
on the alleged ground that many of
the roads proposed to be built of the
proceeds were designed to aid various
real estate developments rather than
as a solution of road problems of the
county.
DID LOTS OF DAMAGE
Atlanta, Aug. 16. Damages of
$100,000 are asked of Walter T. Cand Cand-ley,
ley, Cand-ley, local banker, by Mrs, Sarah Gil Gillespie
lespie Gillespie Byfield, in a suit filed today in
the DeKalb superior court at Decatur,
in which she alleges as a result of an
attack upon her by Candler in her
stateroom aboard the steamship Ber Ber-engaria,
engaria, Ber-engaria, the night of July 16th last,
she has been forced to keep her bed
much of the time since, her condition
finally necessitating an operation per per-forced
forced per-forced here Monday.
Mrs. Byfield. the wife of Clyde By By-field,
field, By-field, a local automobile salesman, is
charged by Candler in a suit filed Mon Monday
day Monday here with having extorted $25,000
from him while aboard the liner en
route to Europe. Candler's petition
asked that Byfield be restrained from
realizing on a note for $20,500 which
he says with $2500 in cash and some
notes was given him in return for a
check for $25,000 which he gave By By-field
field By-field when he was found in Mrs. By By-field's
field's By-field's stateroom. In this petition
Candler stated he could not account
for being in the Byfield room and de denied
nied denied any misconduct. Candler is a son
of Asa G. Candler.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep appre appreciation
ciation appreciation for the kindness shown us at
the time of the fatal accident and
death of our dear husband and brother,
bv many friends and relatives, who by
word and deed tried to lighten the
dark days of sorrow. To the doctors
and nurses at the hospital who were
so kind in their untiring efforts to
care for and save our loved one. To
the telephone girls who gave us serv service
ice service long and short, day and night. To
our family physician who- was ever
near at all times. To friends for the
many beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. Ada McKay.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne.
A. L. McKay.
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. tS-tf
Mr. B. S. Weathers, who has been
in Ocala the past few days, to attend
the funeral of his mother, Mrs. B. A.
Wreathers, left for his home in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon.
Mr. R. T. Adams arrived last night
t from Hendersonville, N. C, where he
remainder of the summer.

Ocala versus Leeslbiirg

LOCAL LEGISLATION

Nineteen-Twenty-Three Budget Up
For Discussion at Meeting of The
Council Last Night
Aldermen Martin, Henry, Goldman.
3 nr m ... ...
uu oimmons met luesaay mgni witn
Manager Brumby, Mayor Peek and
Solicitor Hocker in the regular coun council
cil council meeting.
After the minutes of the preceding
meeting had been read and approved.
President Martin threw the meeting
open to the spectators for any
charges, complaints or requests. Since
none of the gentlemen present ap appeared
peared appeared to be prompted with a desire
to, speak in public, Mr. Martin asked
Mayor Peek if he had anything to say
to the council. Dr. Peek asked them
if the city was in favor of joining the
State Leageu of Municipalities. After
seme discussion the council decided to
send in the dues of $25 and make
Ocala a member of the league.
The- meeting then proeeded to the
head of written communications. Mr.-
Frank Drake sent in his resignation
as secretary of the library board but
the council requested Mr. Sistrunk to
write Mr. Drake and ask him to serve
until his term expired.
Mr. Lee Miller wrote and enclosed
his check for $127.20 in payment of
an old paving certificate for brick
pavement on Fort King. This certi certificate
ficate certificate has been outstanding for about
fifteen years and the interest would
amount to more than the principal
Mr. Miller requested that he be per
mitted to pay the certificate without
interest in view of the fact that he
had in former days paid the city
large sums for paving. Discussion
waxed long and furious on this sub subject.
ject. subject. Dr. Henry and Mr. Simmons
seemed slightly in favor of granting
Mr. Miller's request but Mr. Goldman
and Mr. Martin did not favor it. Man Manager
ager Manager Brumby, Mayor Peek and Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Hocker chimed in and felt that it
would be a bad precedent to grant
such a request, especially with so
much paving going on now. No one
would hurry to pay their 'paving cer certificates
tificates certificates if no interest was charged on
delayed payments. Mr. Goldman mov moved
ed moved that the request be refused but the
motion was not seconded. Finally,
the manager and city attorney were
requested to investigate the matter
and see why Mr. Miller had not paid
the certificate before and report v at
next meeting. The will of the council
be refused unless Mr. Miller had some
real good reason to give for his Ion?
delinquency.
Mr. J. W. Johnson again wrote con-
"Prnincr Til im'avaiva est an nrai
charge in water bill. Mr. Johnson was
present and heatedly presented his
claim and seemed to be slightly an angered
gered angered when the council refused to
make a refund, but the council could
not see the justice of the claim. It
apepared that the water bill had been
excessive during the first quarter of
the year. Mr. Johnson complained, so
the meter was tested but found to
register correctly. The water evi evidently
dently evidently went through the pipes so the
council insists that Mr. Johnson dst
for it.
Mr. Brumby made his regular
monthly report showing eight calls
for the fire department with a loss of
$1031.
The plumbing department issued
two permits, made no final Inspections
and made two sewer connections.
The sanitary department showed an
average of twenty-four loads a day
with trucks and twelve loads a day
with carts. The dump carts were re reported
ported reported in bad shape and judging from
tbe fact that one of them lost every
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. 1922

OcalaEveoiagStar
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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

II. J. BUI laser, President
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Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postoffice as
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The Star is glad to note that broth

erhood officers ordered the Huns in
charge of the trains on the Santa Fe
back to their engines and cars. The

acts of these men show that they were
devoid of honor and decency, and if
they had been backed up by their or organizations
ganizations organizations it would have proven a
large part of the railroad men of the
United States to be organized enemies

of the public. It has always been con

sidered a special point of honor with
railroad men to bring their trains and

passengers in safe, no matter what

the trouble'ahd danger to themselves

In this instance, they were in no trou trouble
ble trouble nor danger, but 'quit out of pure

meanness.

Mr. E. C. McLeod informs the Star

that' he expects to run as an independ

ent against Mr. Bruce MefFert, the

democratic nominee, for the office of
coirrriissior.er in the first district of

Marion county. Mr. McLeod says that

he tiied to qualify as a candidate in
the primary, but thru misinformation

given him by an official failed to qiial
ify in time. We are sorry "Mac" fail

ed to qualify, but that was his hard

luck. ': He is not the first to be the vie

tim of such luck, and he didn't need to

be that, for if he had come to the

Star office, he could have found out
up to" the last day. Notwithstanding

his failure to qualify, Mr. McLeod

voted in the primary and thereby
pledged h's word and honor to support
the j rimary nominees, and if he be

comes rn independent candidate he
will' bolt and exclude himself from

the party. We hope so faithful a
democrat a3 Mr. McLeod has always
been will reconsider and not turn him himself
self himself out of the only respectable party

in Florida at his age.

tion of said committee nor heard a
name mentioned as a candidate for
said committee. This seems all the
stranger to us as in our former home
we had a part once every two years in
selecting a county committee and
through the county committee district

and state committees. Consequently

we feel we are under no obligation as
a democrat to vote for the candidate
whom the state committee may
choose; furthermore we are not in

clined to accept the dictation of a
committee which is afraid to or will
not call a state convention so that the
party may enunciate principles later
than Bryan's 16 to 1. Dade City
Banner.
The members of the state executive
committee are chosen, all right,
Friend Banner, but we have, never
heard of their being chosen to nomi nominate
nate nominate democratic candidates. Nor, do

we think, has anybody else. It prob probably
ably probably "just growed" like Topsy, in the

minds of Chairman Raney and a few
more benevolent "autocrats of his ac

quaintance. Democrats and autocrats

are very uncongenial.

The Tampa Tribune takes the Ocala
Star to task for objecting to the state
democratic executive committee plac placing
ing placing a candidate for state superinten superintendent
dent superintendent on the democratic ticket, and
speaks of the committee as the chosen
commissioned representatives of the
democratic party in Florida. We may
be unusually dumb and have fallen
asleep in the backwoods but never
during the time we have had the honor
of being a Floridian have we know knowingly
ingly knowingly had an opportunity to cast a
vote directly or indirectly, for the
state democratic executive committee.
We have never seen a call for an elec-

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EIGHT YBARS AGO

August 16, 1914. Ten thousand ton

steamer Ancon, loaded with fruit

passed thru the Panama canal yes

terday. The canal is now open to

traffic.

Forts at Liege yet able to return
the Belgian fire.
French captured Saale and had
other successes on German border.
Evident German strength on that line
had not- fully developed. Truth was
that Germans had begun their vast
swinging movement thru Belgium
and forces entirely unsuspected were
pouring thru that country on the way
to Northern France.
Belgians continued heroic fight
against greatly superior forces but
were steadily driven back toward
Brussels ad Antwerp.
Turks, incensed at British demand
that they dismantle German cruisers
Goeben and Breslau, threaten to de declare
clare declare war.
On this day the British Expedition Expeditionary
ary Expeditionary Force landed in France.

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going in the Journal. Most American
papers devote their space on prohi prohibition
bition prohibition to Sippant remarks, which
careless people take too seriously. It
i? entirely evident to the well inform informed
ed informed that drinking has been vastly de decreased,
creased, decreased, tho' pessimistic temperance
people and rumhounds both expect the
prohibition amendment to be repealed
in a few months. The Star cannot un understand
derstand understand how observant people can
fail to note the great increase in so-,
briety everywhere one goes in this
country in the last few years.

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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

DRUNKARDS

Upon her recent return to England
Mrs. Margot Asquith said her visit in
our country had turned her against
prohibition. She came dry, departed
wet.
Mrs. Asquith is especially shocked
by the drinking among our young peo people
ple people the magnetic power of a flash
of whisky or synthetic gin at a dance.
She wouldn't be as emphatic now if
she had visited us before prohibition
and watched the drinking among
young folks in grill rooms or even at
high school dances where the boys
with the largest peg-top trousers
spikrd the punch.
Very few rum hounds will admit it.
But there is far less drinking now
th.n before prohibition. Turn your
memory back to saloon days. wh?n
midnight owl cars were riotous, road

houses bacchanalian, and drunken men
staggering in streets were common.
A souse attracts ten times as much
attention now because the stuff is
hard to get.
Every conversation these days, if it
lasts long enough, drifts around to
booze. A favorite topic is the great
number of people who never drank
before prohibition but now take in intense
tense intense pride in being able to serve
something with a kick. "All this," say
the rum hounds, "is due to Americans'
resentment against having their per personal
sonal personal liberty restrained by law." If
this reasoning is logical, most of us
are philosophical anarchists. Which
we're not.
Personal liberty is restrained daily
by hundreds of other laws as traffic
regulations, disease quarantine and
prohibition of keeping pigs in city
limits. These laws are accepted calm calmly,
ly, calmly, as a matter of course. This is the
truth: The people who are drinking
now would be drinking twice as much
if the saloons were back. The war left
us with highly strung nerves and ter terrific
rific terrific economic problems. This heri heritage
tage heritage is the cause of the widespread
craving for liquor to soothe the
nerves and make us forget economic
problems we haven't the courage to
face with clear brains.
Rum hounds seem unable to get it
through their heads that the prohi prohibition
bition prohibition law is here to stay. In the
back of their brains lingers a delusion
that dryness is only temporary that,
someho wor other, liquor will come
back.
"Not whisky, just wines and beers,"
they say. Their subconscious minds
know that wines would be spiked high high-proof.
proof. high-proof. Whether the national consti constitution
tution constitution could be unamended by any pro process
cess process is doubtful. Supreme court might
have something to say about that.
Certainly it would require majority
vote of both houses of Congress and
both houses of 36 state legislatures.
Legitimatized liquor is gone for forever
ever forever in the United States. Talk to
the contrary is as futile as it is
asinine. Jacksonville Journal.
The Star is pleased to see the fore-

( Evening Star Aug. 16, 1902)
Messrs. H. A. Ford, S. A. Staridley,

D. A. Clark, Mr. Long, Lou Haley!

and L. Home leave tomorrow for a j
week's stay at White Springs. j
Mrs. H. G. McDavid and daughter,'
Miss Jessie McDavid, went to Tampa j
today.
After much perplexity and cogita- j
tion on the matter, the question ofi

enlarged school facilities has been
met and at the meeting of the sub sub-school
school sub-school board today the contract for
the building of a high school annex
was let.
Sid Whaley, who has been visiting
his wife and baby in Madison, has re returned
turned returned home and will relieve Mr. Bal Ballard,
lard, Ballard, who has been looking after his
business.
Mrs. T. W. Troxler and baby leave
tomorrow for White Springs. Mrs.
Troxjer's sister, Miss Emma Barber,
will join them at that place Friday.
Mr. Peter Durisoe of Conner was
among the visitors in town today.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Aug. 16, 1912)
Mr. N. W. Harison of Lake Weir is
visitor in town today.
Mr. A. F. Dreka, one of Rheinauer's
efficient clerks, has gone to North
Carolina to spend his vacation with
his wife ajjd baby.
Mrs. E. L. Ley of Jacksonville, who
has been the guest of Mrs. J. P. Phil Phil-lios,
lios, Phil-lios, has returned home.
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson and daughter,
Miss Ellen, left this morning for Bir Birmingham.
mingham. Birmingham. After a visit there they
will go to Birmingham.
Mr. Stephen Jewett returned this
morning from a visit to his brother
in Lakeland.
Miss Juanita Butler, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to her aunts, Mrs. Ditto and
Mrs. Fox, has returned to her home
in St. Petersburg.

OCALANS AT DAYTONA BEACH

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$1.50 f. o. b. Leesburg. Give orders
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Uncle Sam want3 John Bull's help
to enfoiee Prohibition. John Bull, if
disposed to be sareastic, might begin
by refusing to sell liquor to Shipping
Board vessels. Philadelphia Evening
Public Ledger.

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TUCKER & SIMMONS
We will take one hundred subscriptions to
The Dearborn Independent, at $1.50 each, ev every
ery every subscription to be numbered. After the
required number of subscriptions are received
the holder of the original receipt bearing a cer cer-tain
tain cer-tain number (which will be announced later)
will be awarded a set of Ford tires.
The Dearborn Independent is a weekly pa paper
per paper published at Dearborn, Mich,, by Henry
Ford, at $1.50 a year. A subscription may be
the means of you securing this set of Ford
tires absolutely free.

Mr. Levis Smith drove to Daytona
Toach Thursday of last week and re resumed
sumed resumed home yesterday, accompanied
by his sister, Mrs. L. II. Pillans and
hr two daughters, Cora May and
7ihel Fair, who have been spending
'.ho past month there.
fr. fin-- Mr? A C. P.nhh nnrl Mitt-

; Ti iv. lio' f d t-i V.r.Mfh Sunday. Mr.
Cobb returned Tuesday, while Mrs.
Cobb und children will remain for a
month, occupying the Gilmore apart apartment
ment apartment on Atlantic avenue.
Mr. F. B. Beckham and granddaugh granddaughter.
ter. granddaughter. N?ll SLioud, returned home Mon Mon-rlav.
rlav. Mon-rlav. having spent the past month with
Mr. Beckham's daughter, Mrs. Mack
Taylor.
Mr. J. C. Smith motored to the beach
Sunday and returned home Tuesday,
accompanied by his wife and children,
who have been enjoying the ocean
breezes for the past month.
A number of the Ocala colony spent
several hours at the Inlet Monday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, where the time was passed
pleasantly and profitably crabbing.
Mr. Raiford Simmons proved the most
proficient in the art of nabbing this
variety of crustacean, while Mr. Mack
Taylor pushed him hard for second
place. During the afternoon a 45 45-pound
pound 45-pound bass was caught, but not by
the Ocala party, although Mr. J. C.
Smith was nearby and is sure he
would have been the lucky man if he
had not run out of bait.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Swindell join joined
ed joined the Ocala colony Sunday and will
occupy a cottr.ge on the ocean front.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb are
spending this week at the Seaside
Inn.
Mrs. H. S. Minshall and daughter,
Natalie, are pleasantly located at the
Breakers. Th?y expect to return
home next week.
The Ocala Star was hailed with de delight
light delight and the postmaster was asked to
please look cgain, if for some reason
the paper was late.

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CHAPTER I. At Thornton Falrch!ld's
death his son Robert learns there has
been a Uark period in his father's life
which for almost thirty years has caused
him suffering. The secret is hinted at
In a document left by the elder Fair Fair-child,
child, Fair-child, which also informs Robert he la
now owner of a mining claim in Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, and advising him to see Henry

Beamish, a lawyer.
CHAPTER II. Beamish tells Robert his
claim, a silver mine, is at Ohadl, thirty thirty-elsnt
elsnt thirty-elsnt miles from Denver. He also warns
him against a cercain man, "Squint" Ro Ro-daine,
daine, Ro-daine, his father's enemy. Robert decides
to go to Ohadl.
CHAPTER III. On the road to Ohadl
from Denver FalrehiM assists a girl, ap apparently
parently apparently in a frenzy of haste, to change
a tire on her auto. When she has left,
the sheriff and a posse appear, in pur pursuit
suit pursuit of a bandit. Fairchild bewildered,
misleads them as to the direction the
girl had taken.
CHAPTER IV. At Ohadl Fairchild Is
warmly greeted by "Mother" Howard,
boarfiin.?-house keeper, for his father's
sake.
CHAPTER V. From Mother Howard.
Fairchild l"arns something of the mystery
connected with the di appearance of "Sis "Sis-sie"
sie" "Sis-sie" Iirs'-n, his father's co-v.orker in
the mire. He mevts the girl he had as assisted,
sisted, assisted, but she denies her identity. She
is Anita Richmond. Judge Richmond's
daughter.

CHAPTER VI
There wns no specific reason why
Robert Fairchild should -follow Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Rodaine an.d tlie young woman
who had been described to him as the
daughter of .Tudjre Richmond, who whoever
ever whoever he might be. Resentment was in
his heart resentment that the family
of Rodaine should be connected in
some way with the piquant, mysteri mysterious
ous mysterious little person lie had helped out of
a predicament n the Denver road the
day before. And, to his chagrin, the
very fact that there was a connection
added a more sinister note to the es escapade
capade escapade of the exploded tire and the
pu. suing sheriff; as he walked along,
his gaze far ahead. Fairchild found
hlnself wondering whether there
couM be more than mere coincidence
in it ill, whether she was a part of
the Rodaine schemes and the Rodaine
trickery, whether
But he ceased bis wondering to tmn
sharply into a ne:trby drug store,
there absently to give an order at the
soda fountain and stund watching the
pair who had sioiiped just in front
of hi?.) on the coiner. She was the
same irl : there could be no doubt of
that, and he raged inwardly as siie

chutU'd and chaf.ed with the man who
looked down u- or. her with a mTling
air of proprietor? hip which instilled
instant rebellion in Fairehild's heart.
Nor did he know tbe reason for that,
either.
After a moment they parted, and
Fairchild gulped at his fountain drink.
She had hesitated, then with a quick
decision turned straight into the drug
store.
"Buy a ticket, Mr. McCauley?" she
asked of the man behind the counter.
"I've sold twenty already, this morn morning.
ing. morning. Only five more, and my work's
over. Please take the five, won't you?
Then I'll be through."
"I'll be darned If I will, 'Nita !" Mc McCauley
Cauley McCauley backed against a shelf case In
mock self-defense. "Every time you've
got anything you want to get rid of,

f tilings rf silly tor,' renl Vero and
roulette an'l ev -rythinjr like that, and
everybody in tl --tunie f thirty r
ft-rty y; irs !rt't you wa'it to
buv a ticket' It's the h.st oae I've
,-rt I" s?;' r.Ch'ed prettily.
"Wren's it to be?"
"A we-'k from tomorrow T'?ht. Are
you goitj- to be here that long?"
She realized the slip of her tongue
and colored slightly. Fairchild. recov recovered
ered recovered now, reached into a pocket and
carefully fingered the bills there.
Then, with a qnick motion, as he
drew tbem forth, he covered a ten ten-do'lar
do'lar ten-do'lar I -ill with a one-do'lar note and
thrust them forward.
"Yes. I'll take the ticket."
She handed it to him, thanked him,
and reached for tbe nioney. As it
passed into her h ind, a corner of the
ten-dollar bill revealed itself, and she
hastily thrust it toward him as
though to return money paid by mis mistake.
take. mistake. Just as quickly, she realized
his purpose and withdrew her hand.
"Oh!" she exclaimed, almost In a
whisper, T understand." She flushed
and stood a second hesitant, flustered,

her big eyes almost childish as they
looked up Into his. "You you must
think I'm a cad I Then she whirled
and left the store, and a slight smile
came to the lips of Robert Fairchild

i as he watched her hurrying across the

street. He had won a tiny victory, at
least.
With a new enthusiasm, a greater
desire than ever to win out In the
fight which had brought him to Ohadl,
he hurried to the courthouse and the
various technicalities which must be
coped with before he could really call
the Blue Poppy mine his own.
It was easier than he thought. A
few signatures, and he was free to
wander through town to where Idlers
had pointed out Kentucky gulch and
to begin the steep ascent up the nar narrow
row narrow road on a tour of prospecting
that would precede the more legal and
more safe system of a surveyor.
The ascent was almost sheer in
places, for in Kentucky gulch the
hills huddled close to the little town
and rose in precipitous inclines al almost
most almost before the city limits had been
reached. He stepped aside to allow
the passage of ore-laden automobile
trucks, loaded until the springs had
flattened and until the engines howled,
with their compression as they sought
to hold back their burdens on the
steep grade. And It was as he stood
there, watching the big vehicles travel
down the mountain side, that Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child caught a glimpse of a human

figure which suddenly darted behind a
clump of scrub pine and skirted far
to one side, taking advantage of every
covering. A new beat came Into
Fairehild's heart. He took to the road
again, plodding upward, seemingly a
man entirely bereft of suspicion. A
quarter of a mile he went, a half.
Once, as the road turned beside a
great rock, he sought its shelter and
looked back. The figure still was fol following,
lowing, following, running carefully now along
the bank of the stream in an effort
to gain as much ground as possible
before the return of the road to open
territory should bring the necessity of
caution again.
A mile more. then, again in the shel shelter
ter shelter of rocks, he swerved and sought a
hiding place, watch imr anxiously from
his concealment for evidences of dis discovery.
covery. discovery. Tliere were none. Th? shad shad-ower
ower shad-ower came on, di -adayin.'r more nl
more caution as he approach! tl:.
rocks, glancing Imrriedlv nhont hn

as he moved swiftly from cover to
cover. Closer closer thn Fairchild
repressed a gasp. The man wsts old,
almost white-haired, with hard, knot knotted
ted knotted hands which seemed to stand out
from his wrists; thin and wiry with
the resiliency that outdoor, hardened
muscles often give to age, and with
a face that held Fairchild almost hyp hypnotized.
notized. hypnotized. It was like a hawk's; hook hook-beaked,
beaked, hook-beaked, colorless, toneless In all ex expressions
pressions expressions save that of a malicious
tenacity; the eyes were slanted until
they resembled those of some fantas fantastic
tic fantastic Chinese image, while Just above
the curving nose a blue-white scar
ran straight up the forehead. Squint
Rodaine
So he was on the trail already!

you come in here and shove It off on

me. There's only four In my family Fairchild watched him pass, sneak

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and four's all I'm going to take." He
tossed four silver dollars on the show showcase
case showcase and took the tickets. The girl
demurred.
"But how about the fifth one? I've
got to sell that too
"Well, sell It to him!" And Fair Fair-child,
child, Fair-child, looking into the soda-fountain
mirror, saw himself Indicated as the
.druggist started toward the prescrip prescription
tion prescription case.
There was a moment of awkward si silence
lence silence as Fairchild gazed Intently Into

his soda glass, then with a feeling of
queer excitement, set It on the marble
counter and turned. -Anita Richmond
was approaching in a stranger-like
manner1 a ticket of some sort held
before her.
"Pardon me," she began, "but would
you care to buy a ticket to the Old
Times dance? It's a sort of munici municipal
pal municipal thing, gotten up by the bureau of
mines to celebrate the return of sil silver
ver silver mining."
But Pm afraid Pm not much on
dancing.'
"You don't have to be. NobodyH
dance much except the old-fashioned
affairs. You see, everybody's supposed
to represent people of the days when
things were booming around here.
ThereTl be a fiddle orchestra, and a
dance caller and everything like that,
and a bar but of course there'll only
be imitation liquor. But." she added
with quick emphasis, "there'll be a lot
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around the corner of the rocks and
stand a moment in apparent bewilder bewilderment
ment bewilderment as he surveyed the ground be before
fore before him. A mumbling curse and he
went on, his cautious gait discarded,
walking briskly along the rutty, boulder-strewn
road toward a gaping hole
in the hill, hardly a furlong away.
There he. surveyed the ground care carefully,
fully, carefully, bent and stared hard at the
earth, apparently for a "trace of foot footprints,
prints, footprints, and finding none, turned slowly
and looked Intently all about him.
Carefully he approached the mouth of
the runnel and stared within. Then
he straightened, and with another
glance about him, hurried off up a
gulch leading away from the road
into the hills. Fairchild lay and
watched him until he was out of sight,
and he knew instinctively that a sur surveyor
veyor surveyor would only cover beaten terri territory
tory territory now. Squint Rodaine, he felt
sure, had pointed out to him the Blue
Poppy mine.
Hurriedly he descended the rocks
once more to turn toward town and
toward Mother Howard's boarding
house. He wanted to tell her what he
had seen and to obtain her help and
counsel.
Quickly he made the return trip,
crossing the little bridge over the tur turbulent
bulent turbulent Clear creek and heading
toward the boarding house. Half a
block awav he halted, as a woman op

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tne veranda of trie hg. squarely built
"hotel" pointed him out, and the great

figure of a man shot through the gate,

shouting, and. hurried toward him.
A tremendous creature he was. with
red face and black hair which seemed
to scramble in all directions at once,
and with a mustache which appeared
to scamper in even more directions
than his hair. Fairchild was a large
man; suddenly he felt himself puny
and inconsequential as the mastodonic
thing before him swooped forward,
spread wide the big arms and then
caught him tight In them, causing the

breath to puff over his lips like thei

exhaust of a bellows.
A release, then Fairchild felt him himself
self himself lifted and set down again. He
pulled hard at his breath.
"What's the matter with you?" he
exclaimed testily. "You've made a
mistake!"
"I'm blimed If I 'ave!" bellowed a
tornado-like voice. "Blime! You look
just like Mm !"
"But you're mistaken, old man!"
"Blimed if I am !" came again.
"You're your dad's own hoy You look
just like Mm Don't you know me?"
He stepped back then and stood
grinning, his long, heavily muscled
arms hanging low at his sides, his
mustache trying vainly to stick out in
more directions than ever. Fairchild
rubbed a hand across his eyes.
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in which flttin honor shall be paid
and faith In the larger future ehall be
expressed. At snefa a time, those who
are suffering- the strain, of partuc
must be Teller ed of the details of ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Furthermore. It
rang-ements are to be perfect, tney
must be placed to hlgrhly trained and
experienced hands. There Is a funeral
director in yonr cotmmraitr who, poe poe-sessinar
sessinar poe-sessinar thia skill, also understand
that be Is called upon for something;
more than professional aenrjee that
the essence of bla reeponslbility 1 to
carry out each detail tn the spirit of
a labor of lore.
GEO. MACKAY & COMPANY
Funeral Directors
G.B. Overton, Director

Our picture framing department ig

again open. New mouldings and sup- i

plies nave been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE Mac KAY & COMFANY

At any rate, there seems to be gen-;
eral agreement that good citizenship'
requires the other fellow to obey the
Volstead law. Warren Chronicle.

Seed for fall gardens at Bitting
Drug Store. Phone 14. 14-12t

,K,io SALT SPIES WATER
FL O W E R
Is growing in popularity every
Tn,T7T,C' . day among Ocalan. It is also
!5 JL L YJ being shipped to every part cf
JUST IN the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a fire gallon
G. G. GREENE container.
Druggist Phone 435 I Chero-Cola Bottling Works
.OCALA, FLA. Phone 167



OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. 1922

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DCALA OCCURRENCES

A.

FIMK'

It you nave any local or society
ITt ; items for the Star, cali five-one. f

Miss Ola Sims of Frank's Store is
on the sick list.

iirsiay Mornin

pecia

m A m

Miss Anita Smith leaves tomorrow ;
for Madison to visit her sister, Mrs.
lZ Brinson. i
&

t" The Merchants & Miners frpnnpnt

sailings from Jacksonville to Balti-
more and Philadelphia attract vaca-
tionists, also the business man. Ad-

dress Mr. C. M. Haile, general agent, j
i i : 1 1 r r..ii t i

jachMiiiiuir, lur iuii particulars.

It

7f, i The friends of Mr. L. M. Murray

"St will regret to hear that he has been j
5 sick for the past ten days. i
& i
: Mr. H. H. Meadows of the Meadows j

JTJ garage, left Sunday for a visit to St. j

jfj Petersburg and the West Coast.

"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.

; Phone 30M.

10-tf

I

72-inch
MERCERIZED TABLE DAMASK
per yard

i I 1 lillll II MllftlN It-II I Ji IS IMIIII

29. ; mg for Jacksonville, where she will

spend the next week with relatives.

lfl(0

(THIS PRICE FOR THURSDAY MORNING ONLY)

HD A KM TT 9

"The Fashion Center"

Albert Martin, the .young man ac

cused of killing Robert Lawrence, is

wiving his preliminary trial today.

A nice, thoroughly modern bunga bunga-ow
ow bunga-ow home for somebody is being built

by the Citizens Investment Co. on a

ot on Dougherty street. Price and

terms easy. Call and see it. Phone

285 for particulars. 22-tf

Mr. B. A. Weathers, who has been

ill for the last few days, is, we are

glad to say, somewhat hetter today.

Miss Agnes Burford was hostess
yesterday afternoon at the regular
weekly meeting of the Round Dozen
Club.

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

Mr. Raymond Waas leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to spend two weeks with rela relatives
tives relatives at his former home in Jacksonville.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading are aa
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg-

FOR SALE 7-passenger Buick Big

6 in good condition; paint, tires and
upholstery good., Pay $150 down
. and $30 monthly for ten months.
Will trade. McLeod & Waters, the
Studebaker dealers, corner Osceola
and Fort King. 16-3t

FOR SALE A rooster, six hens, 16
broilers, coop, brooders, feeding
troughs, also some thardware. A
bargain is sold in a lot. Apply to
C. L. Nelson, North Ocala. 15-3t
FOR SALE Ford sedan, late model,
starter, in good condition; $150
. down, $25 monthly for ten months.
McLeod & Waters, Studebaker deal dealers,
ers, dealers, corner Osceola and Fort King
avenue. 16-3t

lumber; 2-eight inch tiling. J. E.
Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St., Ocala,
Fla. Phone 501. 10-6t

FOR RENT Upstairs and downstairs
unfurnished apartments, six rooms
and bath each. Front, back and
sleeping porches, private entrances.
Enquire at house. Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, 447 Oklawaha avenue. 10-6t

FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring car;
1921 Nash six touring car. Blalock
Bros. Phone 78. 9-tf

X7TVO TJTXTT" C 1 X :1 I

bed room; also garage. Apply to
Mrs Geo. F. Young. 215 South Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla St. Phone 543. 7-6t

WANTED Plain and fancy sewing.
Mrs. C. B. Abbott, 614 East Adams
street. .Phone 579. 15-3t

WANTED Field peas. Ocala Seed &
Supply Company. 14-lt

STRAYED White and red speckled

milk cow; dehorned. Reward. W.
T. Hall, South Orange Ave. 14-3t
WANTED To buy a home with mod modern
ern modern conveniences. Give location and
lowest cash price. Address Box
266, city. 14-3t
FOR SALE One International speed
truck, slightly used; cab top and
express body. Practically good as
new. See D. W. Tompikns at O'Neal
& Holly's garage. 14-6t

FOR SALE On Fort King avenue,

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

avenue. 2-tf

LET MOTHERS REST-Special rates

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

Arms House. 26-tf

HURT ALL OVER

Texas Lady Couldn't Sit, Stand or
Lie With Any Comfort. Says
"Cardui Did World
of Good."

Mr. Tal. Samuel, of the Florida

Mutual Auto Insurance Association of

Orlando, is in the city on business for

his firm.

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. Louis Pillans and two daugh

ters, who have been spending the past

month at Daytona Beach, returned
home yesterday.

Mrs. Max Wilson and children leave
for today Lake Butler, where they will
enjoy several weeks at Mrs. Wilson's
girlhood home.

We never sacrifice quality to sell

at a low price. Our meats arc the

BEST to be had. Main Street Mar

ket. Phcne 108. 22-tf

Messrs. Otis Green, Cecil Clark,
Slip Henry and Phillip Clark have

gone to Sandy Hook on Lake Weir

for a week's camp.

Mrs. Stephen Jewett, wTho came to

attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs

B. A. Weathers, left for her home in
Savannah this morning.

Hats cleaned and reblocked. Royal
Cleaners, 15 E. Ft. King avenue. John
Melin, Hatter. 7-lm

imounvmg
A wtolly'A&KJ line o cats biuit on tims-tried
Buick principles but with improvements and
refinements which make tteir introduction
an event of nation-wicb interest.
14 Distinctive Models
Astonishing Values and Prices

i
1

SIX CYLINDER MODELS
23-41 Tour. Sedan, 5 pass. $2140
23-44 Roadster, 2 pass .... 1350
23-45 Touring, 5 pass 1370
23-47 Sedan, 5 pass 2200
23-48 Coupe, 4 pass 2100
23-49 Touring, 7 pass..... 1625
23-50 Sedan, 7 pass 2240

23-54 Sport Road, 3 "pass. 1820
23-55 Sport Tour, 4 pass.. 1875
FOUR CYLINDER MODELS
23-34 Roadster, 2 pass.... $1000
23-35 Touring, 5 pass.... 1020
23-36 Coupe, 3 pass 1360
23-37-Sedan.5 pass......... 1575
23-38 Tour. Sedan", 5 pass. 1500

Delivered in Marion, Sumter, Citrus and levy Counties

TTT

pgicer-reenffi

tor C,

PHONE 8

OCALA, FLORIDA

WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THE

LOCAL LEGISLATION

R. D. Fuller, dentist. Union block,
phone 601. 8-2-tf

BRADENTOWN For sale, trade or
HOTEL lease. Nineteen room;
good condition. Built of concrete
blocks. Plenty sleeping porches up upstairs;
stairs; upstairs; overlooks Manatee river. Lo Located
cated Located at 419 Upham stjreet. Apply
for further information1 to C. M.
Livingston, owner, Ocala, Fla, 12t

WANTED An apartment with two
bedrooms and kitchen, furnished or
unfurnished. Phone 283 or 507. 3t
FOR SALE Old Trusty incubator,
150 to 175-egg capacity, good as
now, price $17; some good chick
coops, also chick fencing and used

Bartlett, Texas. Mrs. "Nannie Mea Meager,
ger, Meager, of Route 3, this place, states:
"About three years ago I was in a
very critical condition. I had bn
st'fforing for some time. To tell bow
I hurt would be impossible.
"1 just hurt all over. I couldn't sit,
stand or lay with any comfort, my
back, sides and head all gave me a
great deal of trouble.
"I was especially bothered with a
Mght swimming in my head. My
people were very uneasy about me arid
sent me to my relatives to see if a
change would do me any good.
"I stopped at a sister-in-law's and
she being a great believer in Cardui,
asked me why I didn't use it. I de decided
cided decided to try it .
"I had only taken a few doses when
I felt it would do me good. Tr.3
gave hopes and I used it right al-ng
and it did me Just a world of good,
since which time I have never ceased

to praise Cardui."

Cardui is for simple female com complaints
plaints complaints and womanly pains and hzs
been found to benefit In thousands r.f
such cases when not due to malfor malformation
mation malformation or that do uot require surgical
treatment. Try i KC-iou-

Miss Rita Isaacs who has been visit visiting
ing visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Malever for the
past six weeks., expects to return to
her home in Savannah Friday.

(Continued from First Page)
spoke out of a wheel on Main street
the other day the report must be based
upon fact.
Under the street department Mr.
Brumby reported Main street finished,

Lake Weir avenue graded and Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha begun. The report stated that
the delay in brick laying on Wenona
street was due to transportation fa facilities
cilities facilities and the fact that there is no
brick on hand.
Mr. fistrunk reported that there
had been no bids received for any of
the city property as advertised for
sale recently.
The rest of the evening was spent
in an informal discussion of the 1923
budget. Mr. Brumby had drafted a
preliminary form to which additions
and alterations will be made as deem deemed
ed deemed necessary by the council. Among
other things in the proposed form that
will be cf special interest to the citi citizens
zens citizens are the appropriations of $600
for the city park, $2000 for a band,
$500 for advertising through the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Chamber of Commerce and
4600 for the improvement of the civic
center lot. Next year's budget will
probably take about a 20-mill levy.

Just berore adjournment the council
passed an ordinance calling for an
election to see whether the city shall

bond for improvements at the light
and water plant. Incorporated in this

ordinance the following clerks and

inspectors of election were named:

Box A to L: J. D. Robertson, E. W.

Clement, E. C. McLeod, inspectors,
and T. H. Johnson, clerk. Box M to

Z: J. R. Martin, C. G. Rose and S. H
Christian, inspectors, and J. W. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, clerk.

Miss Minnie Gamsby left this morn morning
ing morning for Washington, where she will
spend the next month with her
brother, Mr. C. L. Gamsby and Mrs.
Gamsby.

Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
mikfrrr year flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorhss and is

i sold in 25c. and SOc. packages and $2

sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf

j to Ocala on account of the death of

his mother, Mrs. B. A. Weathers, has
returend to his home in New York
city.

BETTER ouy a lot beiore they go

; up, and build a home while materials
'are cheap. Let Ditto show you. 11 tf

Miss Carrie Barco, who has been

connected with the gas company for

several years, has severed her con

nection with the company and is now
with Pillans & Smith, wholesale groc

ers.

Albert's'Plant Food for flowers; 25c

and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. 18-tf

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant

Food will perform wonders with your

pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. tf

UB. ft- J- WE1HK.

Optometrist and Optfdu

Kf Eyesight Specialist
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Gcala

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.

3r

COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

Phones 243 and 174

LEESBURG AGAIN LOST

(Continued from First Page)

scratches and so light that Leon was
able to advance only one base on each.

The Box Score
Leesburg AB R H PO A E
Porter, If .4 1 0 3 0 0

Gillespi, 3rd 4 0 1 0 2 1

Medlin, 2nd 4 0 1 2 3 0
Kerlin. cf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Herlong, 1st 2 0 0 6 0 0
Buckles, c 4 0 0 7 2 1

Alsobrook, cf 4 0 0 .3 0 0

Osser, ss 2 0 0 2 1 1
Larisy, p .... 1 0 10 2 0
30 1 4 24 10 3
Ocala AB R H PO A E
Francis, ss 4 0 0 5 2 0
Taylor, 1st 3 0 1 10 2 1
Leon, 2nd 4 1 14 7 0
Brown, cf 3 1 110 0
Rymer, If 4 0 2 0 0 0
Bracken, 3rd 4 0 1 2 2 2
Wood, rf 2 0 0 1 0 0
Overstreet, c 3 0 0 3 11
Willis, p 3 0 0 1 4 0
30 2 6 27 18 4
Score by innings: R H E
Leesburg 000 001 0001 4 3
Ocala .010 000 001 2 6 4
Summary: Sacrifice hits. Wood;
struck out by Larisy 6, by Willis 3;
walked by Larisy 2, by Wfflis 4; stol stolen
en stolen bases, Porter, Rymer, .'. Bracken;
double play, Leon to Taylor; passed
ball, Overstreet. UmpireEyan.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

AT THE BAT
Yes, we are "At the' Bat" and ar
always sure of MAKING A HIT
with our Repair Work on old casing.
You Play Safe and Score Too, when
you bring your Vulcanizing work to

us.

BLALOCK BROTHERS

VULCANIZING

EVER HAVE IT?

ACCIDENT

AUTOMOBILE

If You Have, the Statement of TtU
Ocala Citizen Will Interest You
Ever have a "low-down" pain in the

back? .

In the "small," right over tne nips i
That's the home of backache.
If it's caused by weak kidneys,
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Ocala people testify to their worth.
Ask your neighbor. Read a case of it:
Mrs. M. D. Hunter, 7 W. 5th St
Ocala, says: "I am telling the troth
when I say Doan's Kidney Pills helped
me. I was suffering from lame back
and kidney disorder. I had a steady,
dull ache in the small of my back and
I was in constant misery. My kidneys
acted too often and I bad severe pains
in the back of my head. I came near

falling over, with dizziness. I read
about Doan's Kidney Pills and several
boxes gave me great relief. I felt like
myself again."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Hunter had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4.



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