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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATI1ER FORECAST Local showers tonight or Sunday. i TEMPERATURES This Morning, SS; This Afternoon, 63.
Sun Ri Tomorow, 6:02; Sets, 6:57. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. Na 234

JLANTIC COAST LIKE TRAIN
NO. 83 HAD A NARROW

ESCAPE

Atlempt to Blow Up Bridge at Fish Weir Creek Only a Few
Minutes Eefore It Passed Over

Jacksonville, Aug. 26. An investi investigation
gation investigation of the explosion of dynamite
on the Atlantic Coast Line bridge over
Fish Weir creek, just south of the city
limits here last night a few minutes
before train No. S3, the Palmetto Lim Limited,
ited, Limited, New York to Tampa, crossed,
developed today though windows in
houses over a large area were shatter shattered
ed shattered by the concussion, the bridge was
not damaged. The dynamiters appar apparently
ently apparently were amateurs for the explosive
was placed on a piling cap and when it
let go only splintered the piling.
The Palmetto Limited left the union
station at 10:08 and the explosion was
at 10:10. Persons living near the
bridge could not locate the explosion
but believing it was at the trestle at attempted
tempted attempted to intercept the train. They
failed and the flyer, with the crew ig ignorant
norant ignorant of the attempt to wreck it and
with five of its eight cars crowded
with passengers, struck the bridge at
full speed. The fact that the train
was not wrecked is considered little
short of a miracle.
DUVAL TIRED OF DYNAMITE
A mass meeting of the Duval coun county
ty county law enforcement committee has
been called for next Wednesday at 4

p. m. to protest publicly against law

lessness in connection with the shop

men's strike and pledge co-operation

of the public to peace officers.

Denver, Aug. 26 Homer French

was arrested last night at Estes Park,

Colo., in connection with the round-up
yesterday of thirty-four alleged mem

bers of the million dollar confidence

ring. The district attorney charged

hat French was involved in the $120,-

000 swindle at Miami, Fla.

MADE MONEY IN MIAMI
Miami, Aug. 2G. French and two

others were indicted here last May

for the alleged swindling of $100,000

from Peter Nicholson, a middle west

ern banker and mine operator. The

whereabouts of the defendants was

unknown until the arrest of French.

BIG PROFITS ON BOOZE

IN THE BALTIC

RENCH BELIEVED IN

THE HIGHEST FINANCE

CHEAP MONEY

A Timely Warning Against People
Who Offer to Make Loans at Ex Extraordinarily
traordinarily Extraordinarily Low Interest

(By Ernest Amos, State Controller)
Every now and then somebody
seems to think he has found a new
plan of financing that will solve the
problems of the poor man and bring
with it abundant prosperity to the
state, when as a matter of fact he has

merely resurrected an old

MONEY ROLLS Rl
FOR THE MUSIC

Coin Given or Promised by Public Public-Spirited
Spirited Public-Spirited Citizens for The
Band Concerts

That the people of Ocala want the
band concerts to continue and want a
band maintained the year around is

idea, al-1 shown by the results obtained yester-

ready tried out and put aside as im-jday afternoon on the first day of the
practical and unsound. I drive for a fund of S600 with which

The bad features of the proposition I to finance the band for a series of six

are usually well hidden under the more concerts this summer and to
guise of a meritorious undertaking, maintain the band until the appropria-
which enables its promoters to reap tion from the city becomes available,
a rich harvest and get away with it Another large crowd was out for the
before the unsuspecting and long suf- concert last night and there was more

fering public wakes up. J applause for the various numbers

The latest thing to hit the state is I than usual. The violin solo by Direc

thre and four per cent loan contracts, I tor II. N. Lord was enthusiastically

which propose to lend money to home-1 received

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD

BOY GOT EVEN

Jurned a Big Building to Satisfy
Grievance Against His Bosses

Stockholm. By Mail to the Asso

ciated Press). Legislation in Sweden
against drunkenness and consequent
heavy taxation on liquor and beer has

resulted in very hi.ch prices for alco

hoi of every kind. So much so that
smuggling of drink into Sweden has

developed all along the coast, and it
i3 asserted that about 5,000 gallons

from the Baltic are landed and sold in

Sweden every day.

Recently a German ship was said to

be anchored outside territorial waters
with' a cargo of spirits for sale. In
order to establish the truth of this

alleged rum-running, the correspond

ent of The Associated Press decider

upon a personal investigation. With
a friend he embarked on a six ton cut

ter for this German boat, which was

expected off Sandhamn, and after

pleasant sail in the moonlight came

up with the vessel which was riding

at anchor with the usual lights show

ing.

On hailing the vessel we were re
quested to go aboard and were re

ceived cordially by the captain. "Just

waiting for somebody else," he said

"but you are very welcome anyhow,

Asked down to the cabin, the visitors

explained they were neither buyers of
alcohol nor in the service of the cus customs,
toms, customs, but only wanted to learn some something
thing something first hand about selling spirits

on the high seas.
The captain was a young German,
about 30 years old. "You take me for
a smuggler," he said, "or bootlegger
out for business beyond the law, but
you are quite mistaken. My name is
Ludwig Wolff, formerly of the Ger German
man German navy. I do no business which
cannot bear examination, and would
not for anything in the world infringe
on the priviledges of Sweden. I am
in international waters, and am en entitled
titled entitled to trade here as much as I
wish with anybody who wants to do
business with me. I can offer you the
purest and best whiskies, English and
American at about $1.25 a quart. I
have the best Danish schnaps for 3
krone a bottle, and many thousand
bottles of German brandy."
Wolff, referring to himself, explain explained
ed explained that he had been paid off from the

navy when the armistice was declared,

and on hearing of the liquor trade
with Norway, he decided to join in.

i am not aeanng tor my own ac

count," he said, "this business is or
ganized in Hamburg by big capita

lists. Liquor in Germany is very
cheap and Scandinavian currency very
big, so although we sell much cheaper
than do registered dealers ashore, the
profit for us is nearly 500 per cent,"
He added he expected to get rid of
his present cargo within a week and
return for more. He made ten trips
last year to Norway, and with the
same number to Sweden this year he
expects to clean up enough for a five
years' rest.

Winston-Salem, N. C, Aug. 26.

The Nissen building was destroyed
and other nearby structures were bad-

y damaged by fire here early today.

The loss is estimated at half a mill

ion. A portion of the Nissen build-

ii tt TT

ing occupied oy tne ismoaK Harness

Company was blown up with gasoline,

the police charge, by William Chath

am, age eighteen, who was captured

by the officers as he was leaving the

building a few seconds after the ex ex-piosion.
piosion. ex-piosion. The lad later confessed, the

police said, he had blown up the

building, causing the fire. He claimed
to have a grievance against an official

builders at three and four per cent
per annum, to be retired in small

monthly payments, similar to the old

building and loan plan. The contracts

Following are the names of part of
the contributors to the fund. A num number
ber number of others have subscribed and
more are being listed every hour. We

carry additional features, such as will print more Monday:
cash surrender, temporary loan and Harry, Borland $6; E. E. Hall, $1;
paid up values, as well as non-forfeit- Alfred MacKay, $3 ;t Robert MacKay,
ure clauses similar to regular life in- $3; W. P. Preer, $6; H. C. Heseman,

surance policies. Upon the whole they! $1; Miss Margaret Howell, $1; Florida

strike a prospective homebuilder, the I House, $5; Moses Grocery Co., $2;

rent-ridden man who yearns for a I Marion County Creamery, $2; Louis

home, or those financially pressed in
need of funds on easy terms as being
a good thing. The promoters are usu usually
ally usually from outside the state, "fly-by-

night" fellows so to speak, or new

comers established for the purpose of

scattering this philanthrophy among

our people, often by means of the

high pressure salesman.

ra.r De it irom me to criticise or

R. Chazal Sons Co., $6; W. M. Palmer,
$6; Ocala Filling Station, $6; Mack

Taylor, $6; Crawford & Pasteur, $6;

Theus Bros., $6; George MacKay, $6;

Star Publishing Co., $6; H. C. Jones,
$6; Ocala Auto and Garage Co., $6;
Florida Auto & Supply Co., $3; Bit

ting Drug Co., $3; B. M. McKinney,
$3; Harry Wikle, $3; G. C. Greene, $3;
S. Haile. $1; Oklawaha Valley rail-

FIGHT IS GOING TO
RE TO A FIIIISH

Success Predicted by Both Sides Is
The Railway Shopmen's
Strike

New York, Aug. 26 (Associated
Press). With the peace effort launch launched
ed launched by the brotherhods definitely aban abandoned,
doned, abandoned, the rail executives and shop
crafts re-aligned their forces for a
finish fight in which both sides predict predicted
ed predicted an early victory.

TORRID ELECTION IAD1ISTRATI0H

TODAY III TEXAS

Democrats Holding a Primary to De Decide
cide Decide on Senator, Two Representa Representatives
tives Representatives and Three State Officers

BATTLESHIP SINKING
IN QUIBERON BAY

Another of the Disasters to Which
French Navy Seems Spe Specially
cially Specially Liable

Brest, Aug. 26. (By Associated
Press). The French dreadnaught
capsized and is sinking in ten fathom
of water in Quiberon Bay. The vessel
struck a rock. The number of casual casualties
ties casualties is unknown.
FIFTEEN LIVES LOST
Paris, Aug. 26 (By the Associated
Press). Fifteen members of the

crew of the dreadnaught France are

missing and it is feared the vessel

will be a total loss as the result of

striking a rock and capsizing today.

of the harness company.

PUTNAM PROTESTS

Arainst Cutting off a Part of Its

Territory to Form New County
Of Hastings

hinder any legitimate enterprise that! road, $2; Mrs. J. W. Davis, $5; Clark-

makes for the upbuilding ofithis state,! son Hardware Co., $5; C. A. Fort, $5;

especially home building, the oneE. C. Jordan & Co., $5: H. A. Wart

thing that deserves more considera-1 man, $2.50; Dr. J. E. Chace, $5; Em

tion and encouragement, for easyjmett Naif, $2.50; W. H. Marsh, $2.50;

money and plenty of it is highly desir-J Chero-Cola Bottling Co., $2.50; Lloyd

able; however, people should know Tobacco Co., $2.50; B. Goldman, $2.50;

what they are getting and how much J O'Neal & Holly, $2.50; D. W. Tomp-

it is costing before they buy one of kins, $2.50; Roger Dodd, $5; F. R.

these contracts. Hocker, $2; W. M. Wilson, $2.50; D

During the past few months & I Niel Ferguson. $2.50; N. P. Davis, 50c;

study has been made of these con- W. S. Bullock Jr., $2. Total, $250,

tracts and other states called upon for

Palatka, August 23. The move movement
ment movement of the citizens of the Hastings

vicinity to create a new county with

Hastings the county seat, threatens
to stir up a hornet's nest of protest

in Putnam county. It develops that
proponents of the plan not only want
to slice off a part of St. Johns county
to create the, new political division,
but they also want a part of Putnam
county. East Palatka, San Mateo,
Satsuma, Cisco, Lake Como, Federal
Point, Orange Mills and several other
comunities would be lost to Putnam
The boundaries of the proposed new

county of Hastings would give that
county a width of twenty four miles
from east to west and a length of
thirty miles from north to south. The

proposed boundaries follow: j
Begin at a point on the east bank
of the St. Johns river about one mile
south of Tocoi, and which is the town township
ship township lying between township seven and
eight, and run thence east to a point
on the range line between ranges
twenty-eight and twenty-nine, run
thence south along said range line a
distance of three miles, which is the
center township, thence run east
through township eight in range
twenty-nine and through township
eight in range thirty, to the Mantazas
river, follow the meander of the said
river southeasterly through the Mant Mantazas
azas Mantazas inlet and thence to the Atlantic

ocean, and thence southerly along the
beach to the Flagler county, line which
is opposite Pellicer creek about three
miles south of Summer Haven, thence
run westerly and follow the meandef
of Pellicer creek, which is the Flagler
county line, to the range line between
ranges twenty-nine and thirty, and

thence run south on said range line
to the township line between town townships
ships townships ten and eleven, thence run
west along said township line to
the range line and between ranges
twenty-eight and twenty-nine, just
north of Dinner Island, thence run

south along said range line a distnee
of two townships to Haw creek
and Lake Crescent to Dunn's creek and
follow the meander of said creek to
the St, Johns river, and thence follow
the channel of the St. Johns river to
the point of beginning.

information about them for the pur

pose of letting those interested, who
have no time nor opportunity to in investigate
vestigate investigate them for themselves, know

about them.

At the outset let me say as an ab-

HUSTLING THE WORK ON

THE DIXIE HIGHWAY

If anyone thinks work on the south

end of the Dixie Highway in Marion
countv is not coiner ahead in lie-time.

stract proposition, it is possible for a he shouM first visit the scenes ac
number of persons to pay ten dollars tivity occasionally. The work of lay-

eacn into a pooi every montn regular- the limestone ton surfacing is

ly for one hundred months, and each moving as rapidy as the material can

be delivered.

For the past few weeks a car short

age has prevented shipment of rock
from the Rose quarries at Kendrick as

rapidly as had been hoped for, but the

draw down one thousand dollars some

time during the period, provided ev

ery last one of them stays in and
pays in to the end. But when this

pool comes to be handled by others,

loaned out, with the expenses, losses, Barber-Fortin Company, which has

ALLIED GUNBOATS GO

AFTER CHINESE PIRATES

Peking, Aug. 26. (By Associated

Press). Gunboats of foreign powers,
including the United States steamship

Isabel, the flagship of Rear Admiral

Bullard, commanding the American
Yangtze river patrol, have been order ordered
ed ordered to the Yangtze district with instruc instructions
tions instructions to exterminate bands of disor disorganized
ganized disorganized soldiers who are firing on for foreign
eign foreign merchant craft.

BRITISH WOULD GIVE
MORE TIME TO BO CHE

Paris, Aug. 26. (By Associated
Press). British reparations officials
will urge that Germany be given an another
other another hearing by the full membership
of the reparations commission before
final determination of the reparations
question are made.

WEEK'S RECORD IN
THE MAJOR LEAGUES

etc., incident thereto, we know from

experience, as a practical proposition,

it will not pan out.

lhe companies named below were
denied permits to sell their contracts
in Florida; no others of this class

have applied:

Great Western Loan & Building Co

North American Savings & Loan Co.

United Home Builders of America.

Security Home Builders Association.

They were denied because the

beard, composed of the controller and

attorney general, Deneved tne con contracts
tracts contracts could not be successfully car

ried out for any length of time and in Washington, Aug. 26. Generally

the end would work a hardship if not I fair, moderate temperature but prob-

def raud some of the contract holders ably rains the middle of the week, is

the contract, is putting it down as fast
as material is received. During the
past six days 5000 feet has been put
down and completed, according to a

statement of Mr. E. A. Groeting, who

has direct charge of the work. As

will be seen this is only a little short

of a mile, and but for the lack of ma material
terial material on the grounds over a mile
and but for the lack of material on

the grounds over a mile would have
been completed durin gthe week.

WEATHER NEXT WEEK

NOTICE

Anyone having bills against
Ocala Ball Club is requested to
mail same before the first of
September to Frank Harris Jr.
C. G. Rose, President.

All parties who pledged $10
toward the support of our base baseball
ball baseball team are asked to kindly
mail check to
C G. Rose, President.

in this state. Securities commissions

of other states have refused authority

to sell similar contracts in theii

states for lime reasons, and where

companies have gone into courts to
force them to do so they have lost out.
Look Out for "Federal Reserve Loan'

Advices from the Kansas banking
department show that a Federal Re

serve loan company, operating on the
same plan there, failed sometime

since, mere are companies onenng
thes contracts for sale in Florida

now, and strange to say are selling
them a few operating under state

charter, some under declarations of

trust and others as foreign corpora

tions, but none are under state or na national
tional national supervision, though they claim

to be if reports are true. All con

tracts are upon the same general

plan none promise a loan at any spe

cified time it may be secured in one

month after the contract matures or

ic may be in seven years hence, if the

company lasts that long.

An analysis of these contracts shows

that it costs a borrower more than

three per cent, considering the time

the company has the use of his money,
although they seem to be framed upon
the theory that a "holder's' money is
worth nothing while the company is

using it, but he must pay while using

the company's funds. The contracts

the forecast for Florida the week be

ginning Sunday.

Advertise in the Evening Star.

Chicago, Aug. 26. (By Associated
Press). Leaders in the major leagues
this week are as follows: American,
hitter, Sisler, .413; stolen bases, Sis Sis-ler,
ler, Sis-ler, 40; Home runs, Williams, 32. Na National:
tional: National: Hitter, Hornsby, .382; stolen

bases, Carey, Pittsburgh, 36; home
runs, Hornsby, 30.

BIG STORM AIMING
FOR TEXAS COAST

Washington, Aug. 26. Weather bu bureau
reau bureau reports today told of a storm
gathering over the Caribeban Sea
some distance sout hof Jamaica with
indications that it was moving north northwest.
west. northwest. The intensity of the disturb disturbance
ance disturbance has not yet been determined.

Right Idea of "Drudgery.
The secret of success still lies In
tte same old word, "drudgery." For
drudgery Is the doing of one thing, one
thing, one thin?, lonar aftr It ceaes to
be amusing; and it is this "one thing"
I do that gathers me together from my
ehaos, that concentrates me from pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities to powers. W. C. Gannett.

are issued in

'classes"

or series

Soviet Officials Loot Altars. News
headline. Evidently they go to church

to prey- Washington Post.

which may be changed at will by the

company.
(Continued on Second Page)

Turn Onto
the Road to Church
Church helps a man from his moral ruts and starts him on the
highway of right thinking and right living. The longer we
travel in ruts the deeper they become and the more difficult
it is to get out of them.-
The churches of this community are here to help you out of
both social and moral ruts. They provide Christian fellowship
and offer the only solution for sin: the gospel of Jesus Chnst.
No man ever regretted the rime he spent in church attendance.
Let us help you out of your ruts perhaps you will help us
out of ours. Come to church Sunday.

Dallas, Aug. 26. (By Associated
Press). Texas democrats went to the
polls today in a run-off primary for

thre state offices, two seats in Con

gress and to decide whether Earl May May-field
field May-field or James E. Ferguson will be the

senatorial candidate. Ferguson in the

campaign charged Mayfield with being

the Kuklux candidate. Mayfield ig ignored
nored ignored the charge.

REED ON A RAZEE

Mayor of Fort Lauderdale and Party
Whooped 'Em Up Near Miami

Miami, Aug. 26. Mayor Will J.
Reed of Fort Lauderdale, spent the
night in jail here and faced a justice
of the peace today in charges of re

sisting arrest, assault and battery,
drunkenness and using profane and
obscene language. An automobile

party from Fort Lauderdale to Miami
was stopped last night north of here
for exceeding the speed limit. Two

officers, reported a party in the car
struck them. Reed's two companions
were charged similarly, except that
no complaint of assault was made

against one of them. Reed and his
companions waived hearing and gave
bond for appearance in criminal court.

WACAHOOTA

Wacahoota, Aug. 24. The last two
days have been so cool and pleasant,
even the wind soughing through the
pines has a sound of fall.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith spent Fri Friday
day Friday in the University City.
Mrs. John McKinney of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is visiting her sister-in-law, Miss
Eula McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and
daughter Thelma, were shopping in
Gainesville last Friday.
Mr. William NeaT was a business
visitor to Micanopy Saturday.
Mr. J. O. Tyson and daughter. Miss
Janielie and Mr. Tom McKinney were

among those who went to Gainesville

Friday morning.
Miss Edna Clyatt of Micanopy is

spending a few days with Miss Thel

ma Curry.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and

daughter Lucile, attended the funeral
of Mr. Turner Duran at Archer Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards and
sons of Ocala spent Sunday with Mrs.
J. M. Smith.
Mrs. V. P. Smith, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards of Ocala, returned home Sun Sunday
day Sunday and is greatly improved in health.
Messrs. Napoleon Smith and Au Aubrey
brey Aubrey Bauknight of Avon Park motor motored
ed motored thru in Mr. Bauknight's car and
are spending this week with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bauknight.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith and sons
of Shiloh and Mr. and Mrs. Collie
Sherouse and baby of Micanopy were
guests to supper of Mrs. C R. Curry
Monday night.

BILL SHUT OFF

Must Wait Consideration of. the In

terstate Commerce Committee
Until Monday

Washington, Aug. 26. Action on

the administration bill designed to
prevent profiteering in coal through

extension of the powers of the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission and the

creation of a federal fuel distributioi.

agency was blocked today in the Sen Senate
ate Senate today by the interstate commerce
committee and the whole subject went
over until Monday.

FAIRFIELD

OCALA, SIX; LEESBURG, ONE
Ocala and Leesburg had a good b''
game' on the local diamond yesterday.
Altho Ocaia won the game by a six to
one count the game was not so one onesided
sided onesided as may be supposed. With the
exception of the third and eighth in innings
nings innings the Wildcats were not able to
do any base running and Leesburg
was held scoreless except in the
seventh.
Scharding performed for the visit-'
ors and held Ocala hitless in five of
of the eight innings he pitched. In
the third and eighth innings however
he seemed to lose bis nerve for the
Wildcats touched him for 6 and 4 hits :
respectively in those two frames.
-, Alvarez tossed 'em for the Wildcats
and lor six innings not a hit had been
made oil. his offering but in the
seventh the Leesborg lads got two
safe ones by the infield and repeated
the same dose in the eighth. Both
teams played good ball on the defen defensive.
sive. defensive. Leesburg made two errors &nd
Ocala one in the entire game. Lees Lees-burg's
burg's Lees-burg's errors were not costly while
the one charged to the Wildcats also
accounts for Leesburg's only run.
Batting honors are divided evenly
between Bracken, Rymer, Brown ana
Taylor. Each of these lads got two
safe blows out of four times at bat.
Those of Brown were both for two
bases and the one hit secured by Leon
was for two sacks." Son Brown re redeemed
deemed redeemed himself for his previous bum
playing when he bit so well in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's game and when he pulled down
the fly that Medlin tried to get by
him in the sixth. .V
Alvarez broke up an infield bit when
he recovered a slow one that Stewart
hit towards second and threw him out

at first for the -last out of the game.
Stephens on short for the visitors
attracted attention on his fast play of
the ball Brown hit him in the fifth
and Medlin annexed a hot line drive
in the same inning when he robbed
Rymer of a clean single. Frank
Gillespi caught a foul off the railroad
fence when no one thought he could
have reached it with a motorcycle.
Frank was going good yesterday.
Leesburg ABRBPOAE
Porter, rf and c... 4 11 6 1 0
Gillespi, 3rd ...... 4 0 0 4 1 0
Stephens, ss ...... 4 0 1 2 3 1
Stewart, If ....... 3 0 0 0 1 0
Kerlin, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Brooks, 1st ....... 3 0 16 1 0
Buckles, c ........ A 0 0 3 1 0
Medlin, 2nd Z 0 1' 11 1
Scharding, p ...... 3 0 0 1 2 0
Perc, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0

Fairfield, Aug. 24. Sunday morn

ing about five o'clock the folks of our

burg were aroused by an alarm of fire

Mrs. Gibson's store was burning. Of

course all ran as quick as they could

to the scene but all their efforts to

save the house were a failure. The

house and all the contents were con

sumed. This is the second time that
Mrs. Gibson has been burned out. The
concensus of opinion is that the house
was fired by some unknown party. We
all sympathize with Mrs. Gibson in
her loss. We understand the building
was partly insured.
We are glad to report the sick of
our community somewhat improved.
Mr. M. L. Humphries of Ocala was
a caller in our burg Friday.
Mr. D. B. Matthews made a flying
trip to Ocala Saturday night to carry
a new boarder to Mr. Chalker's hoteL
Mr. R. E. Matthews of Flemington
carried Mr. Chalker a boarder about
the same time.
There was a ball game on the dia diamond
mond diamond Friday between Fairfield and
Morriston. The boys here will cross
bats with the Oak team Friday.
Mr. Peacock was a caller in Ocala

Saturday.
Mrs. W. P. Brown 'returned from
White Springs a few days ago.
Some of our farmers are busy pick picking
ing picking cotton and some are preparing
land for a fall crop of vegetables.
We have been informed that school
will open either the 18th of Septem September
ber September or the 2nd of October, and will
continue for at least seven months and
possibly eight.

Ocala
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Summary: Two base hits, Brown 2,
Leon; stolen bases, Eymer.v Wood;
struck out by Scharding 7, by Alvarez,
9; base on balls off Scharding 0, off
Alvarez, 1; earned runs, Leesburg 0,
Ocala, 6. Umpires, Galloway and
Masters.

AUTOMOBILE TRIED TO
HEAD THE TRAIN OFF
Princeton, InL, Aug. 26-J. yj
Burris pi, Henderson Ky., and four
members of his family .were killed to today
day today when a Chicago & Eastern HJinoia
train struck their automobile at Hacb Hacb-stadt,
stadt, Hacb-stadt, Ind, ten miles south of here.
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FIFTY THOUSAND MEN
J THROWN OUT OF WORK
Detroit, Aug. 26. Several of the
Ford Motor Company plans win close
Sept. 1st on account of lack of CoaL
Closing the plants, will affect fiftr
thousand workmen. . iaxT



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1922

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luteal advertisements at legal rates.
Speaking of five cent cigars, we are
informed that there is a live little fac
tory at' Summerfield, this county,
which is publishing a very satisfac
tory five center. It is or sale at some
of the stands around town. Buy it,
boys, and put a Marion county indus
try ona firm basis.
So far, .the Star has not received
any .dollars., for the Democratic Na National
tional National Committee. What's the matter
with you democrats, anyhow Must
we send, our solitary dollar to Mister
Linthjcum with t the melancholy infor information
mation information ithat Marion county democrats
are mostly paupers and titewads?
The Brisbanes. of America like to
tell of ; the American soldier missing
three shots at a,. target and a Japa
nese general, taking his gun and reg
istering. ten successive bull's .eyes.
You . can't scare us with that
though tirwTampa Tribune. If the
8toryiswtrue, which it probably isn't,
the American. must .have been a raw
recruit-Ocala ; Star. Not on your
long-green! .. More apt to have been
one .of ..those ., raw-brained, parade-
strutting, know-all West Point offi
cers.r- -Inverness .Chronicle.
Which shows how much you don't
know. About West ..Point.
In Friday's daily Star, also in the
weekly Star, and in the weekly Ban
ner, are published the estimate for
the r city council's budget for next
year. The council invites the citizens
to be present at a special meeting to
be held at the city hall next Thurs
day evening, Aug. 31, to make sug suggestions
gestions suggestions in regard to said budget. We
khall now see what the public attitude
is toward the program for next year.
If there is a considerable number
present at the meeting and strong ob
jections to any. proposed feature, or
something not in the estimate is ad
vocated,-with strong backing, it wil
be the fair thing to heed the opinions
expressed; but if .only a few accep
the council's invitation, the counci
will be safe in. assuming that its pro
gram has the approval of a large pro proportion,
portion, proportion, of the people. Nobody can
claim that the meeting has not been
welL advertised.
We give a considerable part of our
space today to a letter from Control
ler Amos, warning against confidence
men, representing unreliable firms,
which by means of plausible promises
and apparently easy terms, entangle
a great many in their schemes. Sev
eral representatives of such bunches,
of swindlers have been here, and the
Star5 has done its best to warn the
people against them, but on account
of the unjust libel law has been cau
tious of making straightout denunciar
tion. Of course, we have no fear of
the -result of a libel suit brought by
such parties, but even defending such
a case would take more money than
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However, Controller Amos is not only
good authority, but he ha3 explained
the matter with a thoroughness that
we cannot emulate; we therefore pub publish
lish publish his letter and ask our readers to
give' it special attention, as it con contains
tains contains information that will be useful
for the future as well as the present.
AID TO EDUCATION
A meeting of all who are interested
will be held at the Chamber of Com
merce next Wednesday night, August
30th, at eight o'clock, for the purpose
of organizing a non-profit corporation
which will make loans to deserving
boys who desire to obtain a college
education. The meeting has been call
ed by the Boys Work Committee of
the Rotary Club but the corporation
is not to be a Rotary institution in
any respect. All of the civic bodies
of the city are especially invited to
have representation at the meeting.
A sub-committee from the Boys
Work Committee of the Rotary Club
has been appointed to prepare tenta- j
trve by-laws and constitution and to
outline a plan for the proposed cor
poration.
EIGHT YEARS AGO
August 26, 1914. Austria declared
war today on Japan.
Allies assumed the aggressive at
Charleroi, attacking the Germans in
force.
Germans today by proclamation
formally annexed Belgium as a prov province
ince province of the empire.
Serbs today drove Austrians entire
ly off Serbian soil.
French almost annihilated a large
force of German cavalry on the border
of Lorraine.
Brand Whitlock, American minister
to Belgium, remonstrated with Ger German
man German government against dropping
bombs from airplanes into Antwerp.
This protest was in line with the
agreements of the Hague convention,
to which American was a party. But
Germany was not listening to Ameri
can protests then.
Says the Lakeland Telegram: "It
has always been suspected that the
legal fight instituted against the pay payment
ment payment of the one cent a gallon gasoline
tax imposed by act of the last legis legislature,
lature, legislature, was fathered by the big oil
interests. The temporary success of
the movement caused a suspension of
the operation of the tax gathering but
with the recent decision of the su supreme
preme supreme court of Florida that the gaso gasoline
line gasoline tax is a legal tax and is to be col
lected as required by act of the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, comes the obligation on the
part of the dissenting oil companies
to pay up all arrears. The chickens
have come home to roost. State Con Controller
troller Controller Ernest Amos claims that the
oil companies now owe the state of
Florida $342,993.54. That is a sub substantial
stantial substantial amount of pocket change and
it will bring joy to the state road de department
partment department which will be able to carry
out the original good roads program
as decided on before the oil people
messed up with the state's taxing ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. It may be true, that because
no reduction was made to the con consumer
sumer consumer after the gasoline tax was first
declared by the lower courts to be in invalid,
valid, invalid, the oil companies have been
setting aside this little nest egg
against the possible contingency of
an ultimate unfavorable decision, but
this does not change the fact that tht
state of Florida is going to get what
i? coming in the shape of back' taxes
with a ten per cent penalty added.
There is one' inspiring feature in con connection
nection connection with the collection of the
gasoline tax that not a cent of ex expense
pense expense has been incurred in making the
collection, every penny being turned
into the state treasury at Tallahas Tallahassee."
see." Tallahassee."
IT'S A PERILOUS CONDITION
(Written for Friend Benjamin)
I hate to be durned pussonal,
But ,it seems as if Orlando
Which is round at each end
And has land in the middle
Was. having a severe attack
Of Beatemup microbes;
, And no one seem to know
Just where to massage
To keep the wrinkles
From a continual spreading.
No city can be perfect
And no city can be better
Than its people desire.
Orlando is doing everything
To keep its record clean;
And it seems a pity
When things are running erlong
As smooth as an eel
Gliding here and elsewhere
In the soft slushy silt
In a slow river's bed,
To have a group of nuts
Commence to adopt methods
Of promiscuously beating
Those whose opinions differ.
It's bad for the beator
And bad for the beatee
And a darnsite worse, I think.
For the city and the county.
Yassum.
I thank you. "Thorn."
Kissimmee, Fla., Aug. 25.
PICTURE FAMING
Our picture framing department is
again open. 'New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been pur in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MaeKAY & COMPANY
BETTER not wait until after the
fire. Let Ditto insure you now, and
carry the worry. ll-tf I

CHEAP MONEY

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By the terms of the contract each
contract holder pays to the company
$10 per month on his contract until
such a time as he receives a loan of
j S1000. At the date of the loan there
i enaorsea as paia upon same mt;
full amount which the contract holder
has paid to that time; contract holder
then repays to the company the
amount remaining due on the loan in
installments of $7 on the principal on
the first day of each month, plus an
amount of interest equal to one one-twelfth
twelfth one-twelfth of the interest for the year
or the amount remaining due at the
beginning of each year at the rate of
three per cent per annum.
The first or initial payment, to together
gether together with the first three payments
on the contract and 10 per cent of the
next five payments, go into the gen general
eral general fund of the company. All other
payments made by the contract holder,
including interest, go into a trust
fund, out of which loans are made to
contract holders m the order of prior
ity, determined by the date and hour
of the application. Thus when $1000
has accrued in the trust fund the
holder of contract No. 1 (provided he
has already paid to the company ten
payments) is entitled to a loan of
$1000.
Contract No. 1. If 140 contracts
are issued in August 1922, contract
holder No. 1 will get a loan of $1000
in December 1922, after paying $100
to the company as follows:
August payment $ 10.00
September payment 10.00
October payment 10.00
November payment lO.Od
December payment 10.00
Additional payment to qualify
for loan 50.00
Total $100.00
He will give the company a mort
gage for $1000 and there will be im
mediately endorsed thereon as pay
ments $100. He must then repay the
remaining $900 in monthly install
ments of $7 per month on principal,
plus one-twelfth of one year's inter interest
est interest at 3 per cent, on the money re
maining due at the beginning of each
year, lis nrst payment, made in
January 1923 would therefore be $7
on principal and one-twelfth of three
per cent of $900, which equals $2.25,
making a total of $9.25.- Following
out the payments as required by the
contract he will have fully paid the
loan in September 1933. This bor
rower will have paid a rate of inter
est slightly in excess of three per
cent, due to the fact that interest is
computed at three per cent on the en
tire balance remaining due at the be
ginning of each year while as a mat
ter of fact monthly payments of $7
per month are made on principal. In
other words., the company has the use
each year of $7 of the borrower's
money for twelve months, $7 for elev
en months, $7 for ten months and so
or down to one month, upon which the
borrower is paying the company three
per cent, that is, the borrower is pay
ing interst upon his own money while
it is in the treasury of the company,
j ftp interest amounts to si.3o per
year, or a total of $14.50 during the
entire life of the loan and the bor borrower
rower borrower is therefore paying $14.50 more
than the interst on his loan would
amount to at three per cent. It should
bp borne in mind also that in addition
to this the borrower paid $100 before
receiving the loan and that the com company
pany company had the use of that money for
a short period of time. It is therefore
clear that the holder of contract No.
1 will pay more than three per cent
for his money.
Contract holder No. 1 is the most
favored of all and he could be a mem member
ber member of the company.
Contract No. 50. There will be a
sufficient amount in the trust fund to
make a loan of $1000 to the holder of
Contract No. 50 in December 1925. At
that time this contract holder will
have paid to the company in monthly
payments of $10 each, 41 payments
aggregating $410. He must give a
mortgage for $1000 adequately secur secured
ed secured as provided by the contract and
there will be immediately endorsed as
paid thereon $410. The remaining
$590 is to be repaid in monthly install installments
ments installments of $7 per month on principal
plus one-twelfth of one year's inter interest
est interest at three per cent on the total
amount due at the beginning of each
year. This loan will be fully paid in
January 1933, and the borrower will
have paid as interest $71.32. This bor borrower
rower borrower will have paid a rate of interest
in excess of -three per cent due as in
the case of contract No. 1, to the
manner of computing interest on the
full amount due at the beginning of
the year. In case of contract No. 50,
this amounts to a total during the life
of the loan of $9.52. The borrower
paid $10 per month for 41 months for j
which he has received no interest. The
interest on the payments made by him
to the company before receiving the
loan computed at four per cent com compounded
pounded compounded annually would amount to
approximately $30.50. The contract
holder therefore pays for the loan of
S590 the following amounts:
Interest actually paid under the
contract $ 71.32;
Interest on the $7 monthly in- j
stallments mentioned above.. 9.52!
Value of the use of contract
holder's money paid to the
comuany before loan (4).. 30.50
Total ...$111.34
The company receives the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of $111.34 as interest on a loan of
$590 which is amortized in 84 months.
This is an equivalent to 5.4 per cent.

Contract No. 100. Following the
same method of computation, we find
the holder of contract No. 100 will get
his loan in April 1929, after having
paid 81 payments of $10 each, aggre aggregating
gating aggregating $810. He then gives a mort mortgage
gage mortgage for $1000 adequately secured
and there is immediately endorsed
upon same as payment $810. As the
company has already received from
him S810, it is in reality loaning him

only $190 of its own money. This loan
will !e fully repaid in July 1931, 27
months after its date, and the bor
rower will have paid for the use of
the money the following:
Interest actually paid under the
contract $ 9.40
Interest on the $7 monthly in
stallments mentioned above. 3.06
Value of use of contract holder's
money paid to the company
before loan (4) 118.96
Total .....$130.96
This borrower has therefore paid
an equivalent of $130.96 for a loan of
$190 amortized in 27 months. This is
an equivalent of 61.2 per cent.
Contract No. 121. The holder of
this contract will get his loan of $1000
in October 1930, after having paid to
the company 99 payments of $10 each
or $990. As he has already paid the j
company $990 and receives a loan of
$1000, the company is actually loan loaning
ing loaning him only $10 of its own money.
This loan will be repaid in full in two
months and for the use of this $10 for
two months the contract holder will
have paid in equivalent of the fol following:
lowing: following: Interest actually paid under the
contract Negligible
Interest on the $7 monthly in installments
stallments installments mentioned above
Value of the use of contract
holder's money paid to the
company before loan (4). $184.72
Total $184.72
No attempt is made to compute the
rate which this borrower is paying
when he pays an equivalent of $184.72
for the use of $10 for two months.
Contract No. 122. The holder of
this contract will not be able to get
a loan from the company as he will
have paid to the company 100 pay payments
ments payments of $10 each, or an aggregate of
$1000 by November 1930 at which
time there will be a sufficient amount
in the trust fund to return to him his
$1000 without any interest and with without
out without any loan being made. Had this
contract holder deposited his money in
a savings or other bank or invested it
in other securities bearing four per
cent interest, it would have yielded
him an interest income of $184.83. He
has therefore paid the company an
equivalent of $184.83 for which he has
received nothing.
Contracts Nos. 123 to 140 inclusive.
These contracts will mature consecu consecutively
tively consecutively between December 1930 and
April 1933, the last named date being
the time at which the contract No. 140
will mature and there will be sufficient
funds in the trust fund to repay to
the holder thereof $1000. The holder
of contract No. 140 will have paid 100
payments of $10 each and 28 months
after making the last, payment will
receive from the company $1000. If
this borrower had invested at four per
cent instead, the interest accrued
would amount to $298.49. He hrs
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0B-hr:an Praise Blick-Draast
ILihg Used It "Can Safely
Say for 50 Years."
Grundfield, Okla. One of the best
known farmers of Tllman County, Mr.
Q. W. Tisdale, who owns and manages
a wagon yard hetre, says:
"I have used Thedford's Black Black-Drauglit
Drauglit Black-Drauglit I believe I can safely say for
fifty jears.
"I v-as born and reared In Texc.3,
Freef tcne County, sixty-four years ago.
I have been married .forty-four years.
My father used Black-Draught before I
was married, and gave it to us .
"For forty-four years of my married
life, it has had a place on our medi medicine
cine medicine shelf, and Is the only laxative, or
liver medicine, we use. We use it
for torpid liver, sour Btomach, head headache.
ache. headache. Indigestion ... I don't think ws
could get along without it, knowing
what it has done for us, and the money
It ha3 saved. It is just as good find re reliable
liable reliable today as it was when we bei?an
its use. My boys use it and they ara
satisfied it's the best liver medicine
they have ever used."
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
vegetable, not disagreeable to take
and acts in a prompt and natural way.
So many thousands of persons have
leen benefited by the e of Thedford's
black-Draught, you should have nc
hesitancy in trying this valuable old
well-established remedy, for most live
and stomach disorders. NC-129b.
THE HOME OF
First-Class Bicycle
REPAIRING
Phone 431
BRICK BICYCLE STOR
Next to Burnett's Tailor Shop
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therfore given the company the equiv equivalent
alent equivalent of $298.49 for which he has re received
ceived received nothing.
From the foregoing analysis it will
be seen that a contract holder who i&
so fortunate as to obtain contract No.
1 of a series will in all probability ob obtain
tain obtain a loan at an interst rate slightly
more than three per cent per annum,
while the holder of contract No. 50
will be required to pay interest at the
rate of slightly more than five per
cent per annum. Thence as the con contract
tract contract numbers become greater the rate
of interest increases by leaps and
bounds until we find that the holder
of contract No. 100 is required to pay
in money or its equivalent interest
at the rate of more than 61 per cent
per annum for the advance actually
received by him. The last few con contracts
tracts contracts in the series will not mature in
time so that the holders will receive
any loan in addition to the money al already
ready already paid in on their contracts.
As stated before no promise is held
out as to when a fellow will get his
loan after he goes in no doubt the
agent will tell him he will get it
"soon" on account of the volume of
business, but it should be remembered
only one in a hundred can get a loan
each month and his turn is dependent
upon chance and the best that can be
hoped for in a lottery scheme is the
average, nd the average time in this
gsfme of chance is fifty months a lit little
tle little over four years! A nice time to
have to wait when a fellow is in a
hurry for his money.
This is not a new idea. It was tried
out in England and failed and was
prohibited by an act of parliament as
far back as 1984 and I have been told
that it was given a trial in this coun country
try country some years ago and went the way
of all such schemes.
The big attraction is cheap money
and with this feature kept dangling
before the eyes of a prospective bor borrower,
rower, borrower, everything else is lost sight ol
until he is hooked.
He must pay regularly or he is fined
for his failure to do so, and after his
contract has "matured" for a loan he
r-ust .crive ample securities and satisfy
the company as to title, values, etc.
"'f ls l as ample securities he can
' r re hi? 1a;iT throvrh hs local bank
r-i be edaiinsr with people he knows;
;t his security is not .sufficient then the
loan company w:!3 not be satisfied
with it or he be in a hole if it takes it.
After considering the contracts of
a number of companies and informa information
tion information obtained from other sources, I
am convinced that it is far safer and
better for a person to put his money
in the savings department of one of
the many banks of the state, where he
will get full credit for and interest on
every dollar put in, compounded quar quarterly.
terly. quarterly. And where one has shown
ability to earn money and sufficient
thrift to put aside a portion each
month like he will have to do with the
company I am satisfied he can get ac accommodations
commodations accommodations from his banker, and
though at a higher rate of interst, it
will at least be safe.
This article is written upon the
theory that eevry contract holder will
stay in the best side of the policy
as to what can happen that's another
story.
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
PALATKA-OCAIA
BUSLINE
SCHEDULE
leave Palalka 8:00 A M.
Arrive Orala 12:00 SI.
leave Ocala 2:15 P. K.
Arrive Palatka 6:00 P. II.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Paaltka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Rodman.
C, P. PILIANS, Prop.
Ocala. Pbone 527

TEAMWORK

Wiihoat team work the big things of
the world would have failed. Out
easterners' badness is the biggest
thing in the world to them and to us.
With oar team work we can make
your business a success.

Chamhliss National Bank

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for Delivery
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$1590
Model 691, 5 Pass. 6-Cylinder, Tour.
$1430
Model 41, 5 Pass. 4-Cylinder Tour.
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Phone 78 for Demonstration

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SPECIALLY FOR THE WOMEN who know better than "mere man"
exactly what a tea should be, we recommend the "India Ceylon" or "Orange
Pekoe" varieties of WHITE HOUSE Tea. What do you say? Bettet try
both and decide for yourself.

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LFWIS-CHITTY CONSOLIDATED
Wholesale Distributors, OCALA, FLA.

Royal Scarlet Canned Goods
Need no introduction. We only want to let Ocalans
know that we have just received a new lot of Royal
Scarlet Salmon Steak, Baby Lima Beans, Stuffed
Olives, Salted Peanuts and Walnuts.
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Phones 243 and 174

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in zoC- 50c. and 22 nackao-ea at thei
Court Pharmacy. lS-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

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The more you see of our methods of
1 handling: fresh meats the better you
nice it. come and see us. Mam Street
Market. Phone 108. 22-tf
-When better hams are made than
Swift's Premium we will serve them
to our patrons. Eagle Market. Phone
74- 8-25-tf



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922

Nccilliam Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
Sewing Machines Repaired

SASH
DOOK h
s
Ego. MacKay I Co. j
Ocala, Fla. g
HARDWARE jj
HIGH GRADE PAINT
SAl.T SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
container.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167
mm SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am
2:27 am
1:45 pm
y :24 pm
(5:15 am
3:30 pm
7:10 am
7:25 am
St. Petersburg
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
St. Petersburg
Jacksonville
Homosassa
(p) Wilcox
(j) Lakeland
2:27 am
2:15 am
3:24 pm
1:25 pm
9:00 pm
1:16 pm
6:45 pm
11:03 pm
(p)Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Ieave for Station Arrive from
2:.'Uam Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm
4:06 pm
1:55 am
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tampa-Manatee-St.
Petersburg
1:15 pm
4:06 pm
2:34 am
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
3:'5pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05pm
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in and for Marion County, in
Chancery.
City of Ocala, a Municipal Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, Organized and Existing Un-Uv-r
thi; Laws of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Complainant, vs. State of
r ioi.da, Lcl'er:dant
7 Jlu: Taxpayers and Citizens of the
City f Ooala, in Marion County,!
Honda:
tuu are hereby notified that on the
ii.ii ua of AutUot, A. D. 1122, the
cii oi Ocuia, a municipal corporation
organized and existing under the laws
' of the estate of Florida, of the county
of Marion and state of Florida, filed
in the circuit court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of the state of Florida, in
and for Marion county, in chancery,
its petition herein against the state
of Florida to determine its authority
to incur bonded debt, and the legality
of all proceedings had or taken in
connection therewith; said bonded
debt .desired to be incurred by said
city being as follows:
15y the issuance of its bonds to an
amount not in excess of the sum of
one hundred thousand dollars, said
bonds to be known as imnrovement
bonds of the city of Ocala; said bonds
to be in the denominations of one
thousand dollars each; to bear inter interest
est interest after date at the rate of six per
cent per annum, said interest being
payable semi-annually; both principal
and interest of said bonds to be payable
at buch place as may hereafter be de dele
le dele i mined by the city council of said
city, and ten per cent of the amount
ot said bonds to mature annually
after their date, as more fully ap appears
pears appears by said petition now on file in
the office of the clerk. of the circuit
court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of
the state of Florida, in and for Mar Marion
ion Marion county in the court house of said
county, in Ocala, Marion County,
Florida.
You are further notified that, pur pursuant
suant pursuant to Section 3297 of the Revised
General Statutes of Florida of 1920,
an order was herein issued on the 8th
day of August, A. D. 1922, against the
state of Florida, through the state at attorney
torney attorney of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of
the state of Florida, requiring it,
through said state attorney, on the
4 th day of September, A. D. 1922,
at chambers in Ocala, Marion county,
r londa, to show cause why said bonds
should not be validated and confirmed.
You are hereby required to show
cause if any you have, at said time
and place, why said bonds should not
be validated and confirmed.
"Witness my hand and official seal
this the 11th day of August, A. D.
1922.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster, Jr.,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, in and for Marion Coun County.
ty. County. By R. K. Batts, D. C.
F. R. Hocker,
Complainant's Solicitor. 8-11-Sat
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANL BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor in the city.

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SYNOPSIS
CHAPTER L At Thornton Falrchflr
daatii his son Robert learns there bas
been a dark period In his father's UXe
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 be Is
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, la at Ohadi, thlrty thlrty-elsrht
elsrht thlrty-elsrht miles from Ienver. He also warns
him against a certain man, "Squint" Ro Ro-daine,
daine, Ro-daine, his father's enemy. Robert decides
to go to Ohadi.
CHAPTER III. On the road to Ohadi
from Ienver Fairchild 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. Fair-child bewildared.
misleads them as to the direction the
girl had taken.
CHAPTER IV. At Ohadi Fairchlld Is
warmly greeted by "Mother" Howard,
boarding-house keeper, for his father's
sake.
CHAPTER V. From Mother Howard,
Fairchlld learns something of the mystery
connected with the disappearance of "Sls "Sls-sie"
sie" "Sls-sie" Larsen, his father's co-worker In
the mine. He meets the girl he had as assisted,
sisted, assisted, but she denies her Identity. She
Is Anita Richmond, Judge Richmond's
daughter.
CHAPTER VI. Visiting his claim. Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child Is shadowed by a man he recog recognizes
nizes recognizes from descriptions as "Squint" Ro Ro-daine.
daine. Ro-daine. Back in Ohadi, his father's old
friend, Harry Harkins. a Cornishman,
summoned from England by Beamish to
help Fairchild, haii.s him with Joy.
CHAPTER VII.-The pair find the mine
flooded and have not sufficient funds to
have it pumped dry. Later In the day
"Squint" Rodaine announces that he
practically saw Harkins fall into the
flooded mine, and evidently Is drowned.
CHAPTER VIII. Harkins being a gen general
eral general favorite, the entire population turns
out to clear the flooded mine. When
the work is practically done, Harry ap appears,
pears, appears, apparently surprised at the tur turmoil.
moil. turmoil. It had been a shrewd trick on his
part to get the mine pumped out without
cost to himself or Fairchlld, and the men
take it as a good joke.
iraircmia could not restrain a laugh.
There was something about the man,
about his nervous, yet boyish way of
speaking, about his enthusiasm, that
wiped out suspicion and invited con confidence.
fidence. confidence. The owner of the Blue Pop Poppy
py Poppy mine leaned forward.
"But you didn't finish your sentence
about the writer of that card."
"You mean oh well, there's noth nothing
ing nothing to that. I'm in love with her. Been
in love with her since I've been knee knee-high
high knee-high to a duck. So 're you. So's every
other human being that thinks he's
a regular man. So's Maurice Rodaine.
Don't know about the rest of you
but T haven't got a chance. Don't let
it 1 ther you. 'The problem right now
is to get your partner out of jail. How
much money have you got?"
"Only a little more than two thous thousand."
and." thousand." "Not enough. There'll be bonds on
four charges. At the least, they'll be
around a thousand dollars apiece.
Probabilities are that they'll run
around ten thousand for the bunch.
How about the Blue Poppy?"
"I don't know what it's worth."
"Neither do I. Neither does the
judge. Neither does any one else.
Therefore, It's worth at least ten thous thousand
and thousand dollars. That'll do the trick. T'd
suggest now that you get up, seize your
deeds and accompany me to the palace
of justice. Otherwise, that partner
of yours will have to eat dinner In
a place called in undignified language
the hoosejrow !."
Soon Fairchlld was dressed and
walked hurriedly up the street with
the voluble attorney. A half-hour
more and they were before the court,
Fairchild, the lawyer and the jail-worn
Harry, his mustache fluttering In more
directions than ever.
"Not guilty. Your Honor," said Ran
dolph P. Farrell. "May I ask the ex
tent of the bond?"
The judge adjusted his glasses and
studied the information which the dis
trict attorney had laid before him.
"In view of the number of charges
and the seriousness of each, I must fix
an aggregate bond of five thousand
dollars, or twelve hundred fifty dollars
for each case."
"Thank you; we had come prepared
for more. Mr. Fairchild, who is Mr,
Harkins' partner, is here to appear as
bondsman. The deeds are in his name
alone, the partnership existing, as I
understand it, upon their word of hon
or between them. I refer, Your Honor,
to the deeds of the Blue Poppy mine
Would Your Honor care to examine
them?"
His Honor would. His Honor did
For a long moment he studied them,
and Fairchlld, in looking about the
courtroom, saw the bailiff in conversa
tion with a tall, thin man, with squint
eyes and a scar-marked forehead. A
moment later, the judge looked over
his glasses.
" "Bailiff!"
"Yes, Your Honor."
"Have you any information regard regarding
ing regarding the value of the Blue Ponpy min mining
ing mining claims?"
"Sir. I have just ben talking to
Jlr. Ro'':-:nt lie suys they're
worth the vfiliin ..f rhe bnriu."
l.i' V
V-ld-i'. ?-!
:t!lie.' ilii'
the
i-ojH-fro.mi.
BExTEK Duy a lot beiore they go
up, and build a home while materials
are cheap. Let Ditto show you. 11 tf
Hats cleaned and reblocked. Royal
Cleaners, 15 E. Ft. King avenue. John
Melin, Hatter. 7-1 m
Guavas $ 1.75 per crate. Leave youi
order with us. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 163. 22-tf

"Bond Accepted I'll Set
for"
This Trial
the judge passed the papers to the
clerk of the court.
"Bond accepted. I'll set this trial
for November 11."
"Very well, Your Honor." Then he
turned with a wide grin to his clients.
"That's all until November."
Out they filed through the narrow
aisle of tin eourtrtom. Fairchild's
knee brushing the trouser leg of
Squint Rodaine as they passed. At
the door, the attorney turned toward
theni, then put forth a hand.
"Drop in any day this week and
we'll go over things," he announced
cheerfully. "We put one over on his
royal joblots that time, anyway. Hates
me from the ground up. Worst we
can hope for is a conviction and then
a Supreme court reversal. I'll get him
so mad he'll fill the case with errors.
He used to be an Instructor down at
Boulder, and I stuck the pages of a
lecture together on him one day. That's
why I asked for an early trial. Knew
he'd give me a late one. That'll let us
have time to stir up a little favorable
evidence, which right now we don't
possess. Understand all money that
comes from the mine Is held in escrow
until this case is decided. But 111 ex explain
plain explain that. Going to stick around here
and bask in the effulgence of really
possessing a case. S'long!"
And he turned back into the court courtroom,
room, courtroom, while Fairchild, the dazed Har Harry
ry Harry stalking beside him, started down
the street.
'"Ow do you figure It?" asked the
Cornishman at last.
"What?"
"Rodaine. 'E 'elped us out!"
Fairchild stopped. It had not oc occurred
curred occurred to him before. But now he
saw it: that if Rodaine, as an expert
on mining, had condemned the Blue
Poppy, it could have meant only one
thing, the denial of bond by the judge
imd the lack of freedom for Harry.
J'airchild rubbed a hand across his
brow.
"I can't figure it," came at last.
"And especially since his son is the
accuser and since I got the best of
them both last night!"
"Got the best of 'em? You?"
The story was brief in its telling.
And it brought no explanation of the
sudden amiability displayed by the
crooked-faced Rodaine. They went on,
striving vainly for a reason, at last to
stop in front of the post office, as the
postmaster leaned out of the door.
"Your name's Fairchild, isn't it?'
asked the person of letters.
"Yes."
"Thought so. Some of the fellows
said you was. There's been a letter
for you here for two days!"
"For me?" Vaguely Fairchild went
within and received the missive, a
plain, bond envelope without a re return
turn return address. He turned it over and
over in his hand before he opened It
then looked at the postmark Den Denver.
ver. Denver. At last:
"Open it, why don't youT"
Harry's mustache was tickling Ms
ear, as the big miner stared over his
shoulder. Before them were figures
and sentences which blurred for a mo moment,
ment, moment, finally to resolve into:
"Mr. Robert Fairchild,
"Ohadi, Colorado.
"Dear Sir:
"I am empowered by a client whose
name I am not at liberty to state, to
make you an offer of $50,000 for your
property in Clear Creek county, known
as the Blue Poppy mine. In replying,
kindly address your letter to
"Box 180, Denver, Colo."
Harry whistled long and thoughtful thoughtfully.
ly. thoughtfully. "That's a 'ole lot of money I"
"An awful lot, Harry. But why was
the offer made? There's nothing to
base it on. There's"
Then for a moment, as they stepped
out of the post office, he gave up the
thought, even of comparative riches.
Twenty feet away, a man and a girl
were approaching, talking as though
there never had been the slightest
trouble between them. It was Maurice
Rodaine and Anita Richmond; they
came closer, her eyes turned toward
Fairchild, and then
She went on, without speaking, with without
out without taking the trouble to notice, ap-
j i
parently, that he had Deen sranuxug
there.
After this, there was little conversa conversation
tion conversation until Harry and Fairchild had
reached the boarding house. Then,
with Mother Howard for an adviser,
the three gathered in the old parlor,
and Fairchild related the events of
the night before, adding what had
happened at the post office, when Ani Anita
ta Anita had "passed him without speaking speaking-Mother
Mother speaking-Mother Howard, her arms folded as
usual, bobbed her gray head.
"It's like her. Son," she announced
at last. "She's a good girl. Tve known
her ever since she was a little tad not
l.Ig enough to walk. And she loves
Ler father."
"Pur"
(Continued Monday)
W. K. Lane. M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star August 25, 1902)
Mr. W. P. Strobhar of Gainesville
was a business visitor in Ocala today.
Mr. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir is
spending several days in town on im important
portant important business.
Mrs. H. A. Ford, Miss Emily Fora
and Miss Emily Stotesbury have re returned
turned returned home from a pleasant sojourn
to Daytona Beach.
Little Misses Lula and Florence
Mellon, formerly of Ocala but now
living in Tampa, are in the city visit visiting
ing visiting Miss Caro Liddon.
Miss Violetta Robertson of Whit
ney came to Ocala today to visit her
uncle, Mr. John D. Robertson.
H. A. Fausett's cotton gin has be begun
gun begun work for the fall.
A card from R. R. Carroll, city edi
tor of the Star, who is enjoying him-
self at Seabreeze, says the weather is j
cool and the bathing and fishing as
good as anyone could wish. j
Mr. Phil Brown, the former admir admirable
able admirable landlord of the Ocala House, is
running his own hotel at Blue
Springs, Va. He has not forgotten
that Florida grows the finest limes in
the world and has sent an order for
some to Mr. T. W. Troxler, which Mr.
T. shipped today.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star August 25, 1912)
Rev. Campbell Gray and family left
this morning for Daytona Beach,
wher they will spend the next month,
after which they will go to Key West,
wher they will make their future
home.
Mrs. J. E. Chace and children will
return today from Eastlake, where
the yhave been spending the summer
months.
Mr. N. J. Wicker of Coleman was
in town today on business for the firm
of Wicker Bros., of Coleman and Mon Montezuma,
tezuma, Montezuma, Ga.
Mr. Baxter Carn, accompanied by
his brother, Mr. V. O. Carn, left to today
day today for a few days stay in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mr. Arthur Masters of Lakeland
was in Ocala last night a guest of the
Ocala House.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Grace Episcopal
A. R. Cassil, Lay Reader
9:45 a. m. Church school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and
ad-
dress.
No evening service.
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching by Clyde
Frazier.
7 p. m. Epworth League.
8 p. m. Preaching.
C.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. The
pastor will preach.
6:45 p. m. Junior, Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. P. U.
Announcement as to night service
will be made at the hour of morning
worship.
This will be the pastor's last Sun Sunday
day Sunday before his vacation.
"Better go to church."
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr.
James K. Dickson, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. Text, Philippians 4:6-7.
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8 p. m. Evening worship. Sermon,
text: Hebrews, 10:21-24.
As the pastor expects to take his
vacation in September this will be
our last service until October 1st. It
is sincerely hoped that as many as
possible may be present.
Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service service-Subject,
Subject, service-Subject, "Christ Jesus."
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p.m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
Church of Christ
(North Magnolia Street)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Communion. Preaching.
8 p. m. Preaching.
North Ocala Union Sunday School
A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.
m. visitors welcome.
BETTER let Ditto figure with you
on the home building proposition. Lots
and material will go up now and then
you will be sorry yon didn't act on
the suggestion. Buy and build now.
Ditto, Realtor. 11-tf
DR. K. J. WEIHJS.
T'- .optometrist aa upueta
Eyesight SpedaBst
114 Main Street. Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1922

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room, two blocks from postoffice;
bath and other conveniences. Apply
at No. 12 Watula street.. 19-6t
LET MOTHERS REST--Special rates
for families through the summer
months. Children half price, at the
Arms House. 2C-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 Lo-.
. Lo-. cated at 419 Upham street. Apply
for further information to C. M.
Livingston, owner, Ocala, Fla. 12t
REWARD Suitable reward will be
paid to any person returning to the
office of this paper a large abstract
of title covering big body of land,
map of same tract and notes on
abstract. Above papers disappeared
from office in Ocala about three
weeks ago. 23-6t
grown, clean and first class in every
respect. No Bermuda or other in injurious
jurious injurious grasses in the nurseries.
Price upon application. MARION
COUNTY NURSERIES, Box 366,
Ocala, Fla. 8-21-tf
FOR SALE Full blooded Collie pup puppy.
py. puppy. Call at 303 Watula street,
Ocala, Fla. 25-6t
FOR SALE Cheap, or exchange for
furniture, a $75 gas range slightly
used. Address H. Gilbert, Box 81,
Citra, Fla. 25-3t
FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring car;
1921 Nash six touring car. Blalock
k Bros, Phone 78. 9-tf
FOR SALE Old Trusty incubator,
150 to 175-egg capacity, good as
now, price $17; some good chick
coops, also chick fencing and used
lumber; 2-eight inch tiling. J. E.
Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St., Ocala,
Fla. Phone 501.' 17-6t
FOR SALE On Fort King avenue,
easy terms, lot CO by 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East ort King
avenue. lt
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 street. 22-9t t
14 POUNDS OF SUGAR FOR $1.00
With two dollar purchase of other
goods, Saturday and Monday.
24-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
15 nounds of sugar for $1 with a
dollar's worth of other groceries,
Saturday only, at the U-SERVE
STORES. Phones 195 and 614. 24-2t

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

Mr. Nelson Dosh is home from his
vacation at Montezuma, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd are
here from Jacksonville, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Clark.
The tonic air of the sea, refreshing
sleep, attractive meals. Merchants &
Miners service from Jacksonville era-
I braces these. Greatly reduced excur
sion rates. Round trip, Jacksonville to
Baltimore, MtL, $49.54; Philadelphia,
Pa., $55. It
Mr. Fred Malever leaves tonight for
a visit with relatives in Jacksonville,
Savannah and Charlotte.
Miss Mary Marshall left yesterday
for a well deserved and much needed
vacation, of a month in West Virginia.
Plant your fall garden early. White
Bermuda onion sets and garden seeds
at BITTING'S DRUG STORE. 26-lm
BETTER be safe than sorry. Ditto
works for your town. Why not insure
with Ditto? tf
Harry Dozier, son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Dozier returned from Camp
Sapphire, where he has spent the sum
mer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Swindell and
little son Davis have returned from a
pleasant ten day stay at Daytona
Beach.
15 pounds of sugar for $1 with a
dollar's worth of other groceries,
Saturday only, at the U-SERVE
STORES. Phones 195 and 614. 24-2t
Just received Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf
Mrs. Max Kraft of Savannah who
has been visiting her sister Mrs. J.
Malever expects to return home to
morrow.
Mrs. Kate Brinkley returned to her
home in Tampa after a two weeks
visit with her brother Mr. T. C. Carter
and family.
14 POUNDS OF SUGAR FOR $1.00
With two dollar purchase of other
goods, Saturday and Monday.
24-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
Miss Katherine Livingston leaves
the first of next week for Sarasota,
where she will teach in the public
school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Moreman are
receiving congratulations on the ar arrival
rival arrival of a dainty little daughter, born
at the hospital yesterday morning.
CITRUS NURSERY STOCK FOR
SALE Pineapple, Parson Brown,
Valencia and Tangerine orange; also
Marsh seedless grapefruit. All ar&
budded on sour stock, carefully
Circle No. 3 of the Methodist Mis
sionary society will meet Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. G. T. Condrey, on Eash Fifth
street.
Rev. C. C. Frazier of Bushnell, who
at one time made his home in Ocala,
will fill the pulpit of the Methodist
in this city tomorrow during the ab absence
sence absence of Rev. White.
R. D. Fuller, dentist. Union block,
phone 601. 8-2-tf
BETTER insure betore rather than
after the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf
There will be a meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church Monday, August 28th, at
3:30 p. m. at the church. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend.

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265-ACRE FARM AT AUCTION!
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29th 12 O'CLOCK
FREE DINNER FOR EVERYBODY
LOCATED SIX MILES SOUTH OF OCALA, ON DIXIE

R. E. SMEDLEY, Owner

Ocala people at North Lake Weir
last night report a hard rain there.

William Duebel, who has been sick
in the hospital for the past ten days,
is able to be out again.
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-tf
A young people's revival meeting
will be held at the Methodist church
beginning Monday, Sept. 3rd, and last lasting
ing lasting until Sept. 13th.
Miss Annie Benton Fuller left this
afternoon on the limited for a two
weeks' visit with her sister, Hrs. H.
W. Estes in Greenville, S. C.
Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odoikss and i?
sold in 25c. and 50c. packages and $2
icks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf
BETTER insure lcfore rather ;han
.ffer th fire. Lpr PiH( ir-;nv vo l.
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will meet Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4:30 at the parsonage with
Mrs. Robert Riddle and Mrs. C. W.
White hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Malever and chil children,
dren, children, who have been guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Malever for the past
three weeks, left yesterday for their
home in Charlotte.
LAKE GRIFFIN GUAVAS now
ripe. Best fruit for jelly. Per crate
$1.50 f. o. b. Leesburg. Give orders
to Fred W. Cook, Ocala, or address
F. E. WETHERBEE, Leesburg, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 15-12t
Our market is always open to your
inspection as we handle only first;
class fresh meats. Eagle Market, op opposite
posite opposite Harrington Hall Hotel. Phone
74.' 25-tf
The Boy Scouts, about nineteen in
number, with their scout master, Mr.
A. R. Cassil; who have been spending
this week camping at Lake Weir, are
expected to return home this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson of
Lakeland are expected tomorrow and
will be the guests of Mrs. W. A. Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell and Miss Mary McDowell. Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson intended visiting
Ocala the first of the week but were
prevented on account of illness.
14 POUNDS OF SUGAR FOR $1.00
With two dollar purchase of other
goods, Saturday and Monday.
24-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
Rev. C. W. White who returned
Wednesday from a stay of several
weeks in the mountains of North
Carolina, has gone on a trip to Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Arcadia and St. Petersburg,
where he will be until the middle ol
next week.
The subscription dance given at the
Woman's Club last night was one of
the largest that has been held this
summer and was thoroughly enjoyed
by all attending. The music was fur furnished
nished furnished by the Ramblers of the Uni University
versity University of Florida.
15 pounds of sugar for $1 with a
dollar's worth of other groceries,
Saturday only, at the U-SERVE
STORES. Phones 195 and 614. 24-2t
We handle only the best of fresh
meats and the prices are always reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Phone 74. Eagle Market, tl
Mr. N. A. Russell who has been
with the Munroe and Chambliss. Bank
for several years, has excepted a posi position
tion position with the new bank at Mcintosh.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Russell will
regret to hear that this new position
will take them away from Ocala. They
expect to leave the first of September
for their new home, in Mcintosh.

EASY TERMS
FINCH BROTHERS, Auctioneers

DR. COLLINS BETTER

Pastor C. L. Collins of the Baptist
church has so far recovered from his
recent illness as to announce that he
will preach tomorrow morning and,
possibly, tomorrow night. This be being
ing being the last Sunday before his vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, he hopes to see all his people at
the services of the day, beginning at
Sunday school. Announcemnt as to
peacning at night will be made from
the pulpit at the morning service. Dr.
Collins will spend the month of Sep September
tember September at Daytona Beach, where he
will supply the pulpit of Calvary Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church, of which Dr. Robert
Stuart MacArthur is pastor.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bryant
at the Marion County Hospital last
night, a dainty little daughter. This
is the first baby in the family and she
is receiving the warmest welcome. The
little lady is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Livingston and for the
present she and her mother will make
their home with her grandparents.
She was named Lois for her mother.
Mr. Bryant is in Americus, Ga., and
he will probably arrive in Ocala short shortly
ly shortly to make the acquaintance of his
little daughter.
Mr. C. L. Gamsby of Washington,
leaves Monday for New York city,
where in the future he will make his
headquarters. Mrs. Gamsby and Miss
Minnie Gamsby will remain in Wash Washington
ington Washington some time longer, when they
will join Mr. Gamsby in New York.
A recent letter from Mrs. W. T.
Gary, at Brevard, N. C, advises that
Wilbur Gary has about recovered
from his recent illness and that Mr.
Gary expects to reach Ocala early
next week. Mrs. Gary and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Maude and Frances, will remain
with Wilbur some time longer.
"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf
The regular monthly silver tea of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will be held Monday,
August 28th, from 4.30 to 6:30 p. m.
at the home of Mrs. R. L. Anderson
Sr. All members and friends of the
church and congregation are cordially
invited to attend.
TO SWEET POTATO
PLANT GROWERS
There are some recent rulings of
the plant board of this state and of
other states that should be known at
once by all men who raise sweet po potato
tato potato plants for sale.
For shipment into some nearby
ttates the fields from which the seed
potatoes are to be taken must be in inspected
spected inspected for disease and insect pests
that may not show up in the storage
house or plant beds.
This inspection will give a grower
of plants a very great advantage next
spring not only in the states north
of us but at home. The plant board
has frequent enquiries from parties
wanting sweet potato plants that are
known to be clean and free of any
disease. Before digging time let ev every
ery every plant grower get posted on these
matters.
Another practice that we can use
to advantage is to select seed sweet
potatoes at digging time for prolific
bearing, uniform maturity and
smooth, even quality. A guarantee of
field selection of seed will help to sell
the plants for people are beginning
to realize the value of this kind of
work in increasing yields and keep keeping
ing keeping pure strains. K. C. Moore,
County Agent.
Several more American enthusiasts
have arrived to hear the nightingale.
But the majority of our visitors from
the States are content to put in a lot
of their time studying swallows. The
Passing Show (London).
Understand the density of New
York's population is decreasing. An Another
other Another miracle of education. Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Inquirer.

OKLAWAL.A AND LAKE WEIR

Oklawaha, Aug. 24. Mrs. Bedgood
of Atlanta is visiting her mother,
Mrs. King.
Misses Litchie and Bertha Walker
and their cousin, Miss Sullivan .of
Martel, spent last wek with their sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Thomas Russell.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Davenport one day last week
and left them a fine little son.
The Dixie Highway will soon be
ready for the asphalt. The contrac contractors
tors contractors are busy putting the rock surface
on from Lake Weir to Weirsdale.
Mrs. Maggie Marshall and children
left last Thursday for Pensacola,
where they will visit friends before
returning to their home in Charleston,
S. C.
Mrs. Lucile Potter and little son ot
Jacksonville are visiting their mother
and grandmother, Mrs. R. L. Martin.
Little Janet Blair is suffering with
a broken arm.
Mrs. Bailey returned home Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday from Arcadia, where she has been
visiting her father, who is very sick.
A crowd of young folks from Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha and Lake Weir enjoyed a chick chicken
en chicken supper one night last week down
on the lake shore near Sandy Hook.
The Moss Bluff boys came over Sat Sating
ing Sating the depot and section houses this
urday afternoon to cross bats with the
Oklawaha boys, but when they got to
the diamond and began to line up the
Oklawaha team Ioked too strong for
them so they put off the game until
another time. Come again, boys, and
don't be afraid.
Bill Harrell, Hugh Blair and Fred
Brooklyn have gone to Salt Springs
for a few days outing.
''Rubles are becoming stable," and
they might be used to bed down the
cows if there were any cows. Wall
Street Journal.
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
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JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

HELP INCREASE BUSINESS
To increase your business it will be a great help to have the'
benefit of our knowledge and experience which are yours to
command, as a depositor in this bank.
Your money in the bank keeps the mills running, employs labor
and helps to make good and properous times far all. Keep your
money active by keeping it in this bank. . ;
Member of the Federal Reserve System
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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