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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVENING

ASSOCIATED
PRESS
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
DISPATCHES
WEATHER FORECAST Generally,, tonight and Tuesday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 69; This Afternoon, 83.
T
Sun Rise Tomorrow, 6:04; Sets, 6:55
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EI G ITT. NO. 225
MEXICO MAY GO
BACK ON MESCAL
III ii FEEL
E
BRABLE HAS PULLE
LAW'S IBOII HAIID
III THE ARGONAUT
THE GARY WRECK
HIS BIGGEST GUI!

AM

PRESIDENT DESIRES
10 AVOID PRESSURE
n

IMAEL COLLINS
LAID TO REST

HERR

E III A V

RADICALS

CAUSED

Of Government Control on the
road and Coal Mining
Properties

Rail-

' Washington, Aag. 28. (Alsociafed
Press) While committees of the Sen Sen-ate'and
ate'and Sen-ate'and House were at work today, to
perfect the coal distribution- legisa legisa-tion
tion legisa-tion recommended by the administra administration.
tion. administration. President Harding and his advil

ers prepared to bring to bear all thi

thpv nossess for improvement

,.7 trrtation facilities. The SWISS WANT TO SIT

Grief of Irh People was Great As
They Gathered Around The
Patriot's Grave

V

Dublin. Aue.i28. (By Associabd

Press). The loV of Michael Colliis
was laid to resl today in Glasneva
after a demonstration of nation
grief such as has' seldom been seen ii
the long centurits of Ireland's trou troubled
bled troubled history.

Bone Dry Bill Likely to Come
The Next Time Congress
Meets

Up

Mexico City, Aug. 28. (Associated
Press). The possibility of Mexico be being
ing being bone dry is again seriously dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. It is learned that several de departments
partments departments will propose a bone dry
bill as soon as Congress meets.

president still believed it possible to
restore normal conditions without re resort
sort resort to government operation of rail
and coal properties.
AS USUAL, BRYAN BUTTS IN
William Jennings Bryan, in a letter
to Senator Walsh, advocates that
Congress authorize the president tc
take over temporarily the railroad?
and coal mines.

NARROW ESCAPE FOR

A TEXAS NEGRO

!BY THE TEUTONS

legation to League of Nations
Instructed to Vote for Admis Admission
sion Admission of Germany

L. MORETON MURRAY

eneva, Aug. 28. (By Associated
Pjs). The Swiss delegation, to the
Lesue of Nations has been instructed
to He for the admission of Germany
to t league if she applies.

It is with sorrow that the Star
learns that its old and tried friend, L.
Moreton. Murray, is dead. A telegram
from Mrs. Murray, in New York, to
George MacKay, announces that he
passed away this morning.
We have known Mr. Murray for
thirty-four years, meeting him first in
Volusia county in 1888. Ever since,
he has been a prized friend. Prized
because we have ever found him de devoted
voted devoted to high principle and unswerv unswervingly
ingly unswervingly honest. No man we have ever
known has been more willing to foreTgo
self-interest for what be believed to
be right.

Mr. Murray was a lineal descendant
from the Murrays of the Scotch no no-bility,
bility, no-bility, his ancestors coming to Amer America
ica America when it was' yet the land of the
savage. He came to Florida fort
years ago and for a long time made
his home on the East Coast. He
brought his family, his wife and little
daughter, to Ocala in 1909, and they
hare since made this their home and
uncounted friends. Mr. Murray was
an elder in the Presbyterian church
and a helper in all its good works. He
was also always willing to do his

best in anything for the benefit of the
community. In his 'death Ocala has
lost a e-ood citizen and his friends

a staunch friend.

Mr. Murrav leaves his wife and

daughter, both of whom were with
him when he passed away. He also
has numerous relatives in other parts
of the United States. The funeral ar arrangements
rangements arrangements will be announced as soon
as known.

JOHijON SALTED THE
BASEBALL PLAYERS DOWN

Chiro. Av. 28. Manager Miller
Husrrii md four members of the
New Yjc Americans and three play players
ers players cf c C!:'i & fj 'Arte- "cans were
fined bresident Johnson of the
league tJav in connection with the
proiestfcciew Vuik-Chicago game
here Augt 1st. Huggins was fined
$100 and t others $25. The Chicago
club protend the game on the ground
that the N York players were stall stalling.
ing. stalling. The ne will be player over.

JOHN P. VLL DEAD IN TAMPA

Tampa, A. 28. John P. Wall,
sixty years o at one time one of the
most promint lawyers in Florida,
committed suje iate last night at
his home hert He was related to
Perry and Eds Wall of Tampa.
Despondency w assigned as the
cause.

ANTI- VICLsxPERIMENT

It

Resulted in Shai About
It Has Evhere Else

Like

KUKLUX KLAN WILL BE
REPRESENTED IN THE SENATE

Dallas, Texas, Aug. 28. Texas
election bureau figures continue to in

dicate that Earle B. Mayfield, said to

have been the Ku Klux Klan candi

date, was nominated at the democratic

m-imarv for United States senator. In

20C out of 245 counties, 38 being com complete,
plete, complete, Mayfield had 272,041 and Fer

guson 204,098. It was estimated the
total vote may be 550,000 or more in

this race.

MUCH POLITICS THIS

WEEK IN MISSISSIPPI

Jackson, Miss.,Aug. 28. Beginning

today, Mississippi democrats enter
into the last week of campaigning for
the run-off primary September 5, for
the United States Senate, between

former Senator James K. Vardaman
and former Congressman Hubert D.
Stephens to succeed Senator John
Sharp Williams. Hundreds of speak speakers
ers speakers have volunteered and the entire
wek will be filled with political meet meetings
ings meetings in every county in the state.

SWEDEN PREFERS
TO REMAIN SOUSED

Shanghai, China(By Mail to the
Associated Press) -anghai's experi experiment,
ment, experiment, begun some 0 years ago, to
eliminate commercie(j vjce from

the International Setn has been
occasioning widespre discussion in
Shanghai and elsewh- by reason of

recent official reports seem to in indicate
dicate indicate the belief that tpan adopted

will not "work.

The scheme was projd by a vice

commissioner. vvneTi rs -nt into

operation the 800-odd blishments
of the International SeVt were
licensed and the purpose been to

cancel one-fifth of the totmmber of
licenses each year for a p,d of five
years, with the end that rg Qf the
kind would be wholly elided at
the end of the five-year pe
After the 'scheme has bejn ope operation
ration operation two years its wisdommingiy
is questioned in the course oreport
lately issued by the municipuncii.
This report says the evil attend attendant
ant attendant evils "have in no way erased
but have merely spread over nUch
wider area with consequent legi legibility
bility legibility of any effective police coi
This elicited a swift responsom
local "moral welfare" forceshe
council was asked if its stai
meant that the places closed en
again in new quarters in the ie-

ment and operate unchecked ajf
the police feel themselves unabo
cope with the situation.
Replying to these questions e
municipal council said that places places-cially
cially places-cially closed, remain closed, but )
nevertheless former occupants ha
no other means of making a li'
continue their former lives in prr

houses wnere they are m no sd

subject to police control.

Returns to Date Show a Hundred
Thousand Majority for The
Rummies

Stockholm,, Aug. 28. (Associated
Press). The drys seem to have lost
the day in the Swedish prohibition
election, according to the latest re returns.
turns. returns. The wets so far have more
than 100,000 majority.

NOTICE
, There will be a meeting of Ocala
Chapter Demolay tonight at 8 o'clock.
All members are urged to attend, also
any Masons who so desire to attend,
as work will be put on.
Ralph Simmons, M. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson of
Lakeland, arrived in Ocala yesterday
and are guests of Miss Mary McDow McDow-"ell
"ell McDow-"ell for a short visit.

Vlob Could Hardly be Persuaded He
Wras the Wrong Man

Wichita Falls, Texas, Aug. 28.
Mre than 500 persons surrounding
th- Elect ra, Texas, jail, threatening
Jo'm Love, a negro, for an alleged at at-taci
taci at-taci on a white girl, thinned out early
tody after three incendiary fires di directs
rects directs at negro-owned property. May Mayor
or Mayor Glvert said the alleged victim oi
the itack could not be found, there
was id evidence that the girl had been
attacled and nothing definite against
Love.

CUARD USED HIS GUN

Camdc, Ga., Aug. 28 Dan and Bax Bax-ley
ley Bax-ley Latinore, brothers, were shot and
killed hee at midnight by W. T. Hall,
a guard n the Georgia railroad yards.
Hall surendered.

ACID CHEMICAL
PLANT WENT UP

Nashvilh, Tenn., Aug. 28 The acid
house of tie Federal Chemical Com Company
pany Company here birned today. The loss will
total a millhn and a half.

CRTIICISING BRITISH

MANDATE POLICY

Sidney, N.S. W. (By Mail to the

Associated Pnss) The British policy
of native contul in mandated German

New Guinea is criticised by S. Samp

son, former number of the common commonwealth,
wealth, commonwealth, house of representatives, who

has jus returned from a visit to the
islands. Mr. Sampson says the policy
of the government is frequently on
of "sparing the rod and spoiling, the
child" and if continued it will make it
impossible to work the plantations

successfully.

"While the German system need

not be adopted in its entirety, an al

teration of the present system is es essential
sential essential to make it effective," he added.
"It would appear that if the general

system of soldier settlement is car
ried out in the territories, the govern government
ment government will become responsible to Ger

many, through the allies for between
three million and four million pounds

for the purchase of plantations for
sub-division and settlement. If the
borrowing of this amount is regarded

as necessary for soldier land settle

ment, the money should be expended
within Australia, through the states,
where an abundance of land is avail available
able available under infintely better conditions
than can be obtained in the mandated

territories.

' "We have fully 2,000,000 square
miles of undeveloped tropical and
semi-tropical land in Queensland,
Northern Territory and Northwest
Australia. Yet in spite of the present
need for people, we are neglecting
these areas and sending to a new ter territory
ritory territory hundreds of .our able-bodied
soldiers who will find it very difficult
to justify their labor or the expendi expenditure
ture expenditure of the government. At the earliest
possible moment parliament should
reconsider the whole matter with the
view to instituting legislation that
will control private enterprise, and
withdraw the large army of public offi officials
cials officials to the mamland of Australia,
where they can be plaeed more profit profitably."
ably." profitably." GIRLS AUXILIARY

After More Than Two Months Delay,
The Massacre Becomes the Sub Subject
ject Subject of a Special Investigation

Marion, I1L, Aug. 28. (Associated
Press). More than two months after

twenty-six non-union workers at the

Lester strip pit were killed, what has

become known as the Herrin masscare

today was the subject of an official in

quisition. State Attorney General

Brundage in stressing that the investi investigation
gation investigation would be fair declared that
neither miners nor coal operators
would be put oh the specially called

grand jury. I

NOTICE, EASTERN STARS

The Eastern Stars will celebrate the
anniversary of Founder's Day on Aug.
31st with a picnic and boat ride down
the Oklawaha river. All members who
are going will please send their names
to D. W. Tompkins and if you have
no way of going to the springs, phone
Mr. Tompkins, who has charge of
the transportation. Take well filled
baskets and bring your families with
you, as members of the families ol
all Eastern Stars are cordially invited.
The boat leaves the springs at four
o'clock. Don't forget the time or the
place.

FLEMING'S FOLLY

i

Disposition of a Georgia Legislator

To Joke Dre Attention of Nated

Scientist

Atlanta, Ga. August 25. The sen

ate committee on wild lands of the
Georgia legislature has before it a

bill introduced by Senator Fleming of

Dougherty county to make it neces

sary for husbands in this state to ob obtain
tain obtain permission of their wives before

going fishing.

Senator Fleming, a fisherman him himself
self himself and a married man, was merely
exercising his keen Irish humor wheu
he introduced the measure, and had
no idea of hearing an echo expressed
through the curiosity of so famous a

person as Hudson Maxim, the invent
or and author.
In a letter to S. G. McLendon, sec secretary
retary secretary of state, Mr. Maxim wrote

"I see by the New York Tribune that

a bill has been intorduced in the sen

ate of the State of Georgia by Senator
Dennis Fleming which contains some

provisions so drastic that it has occur-

ed to me that the whole thing must

be a joke."

quoting provisions oi the bill as
described in the Tribune story, that
"any and all married men who shall
go fishing without the consent of their

wives shall be guilty of a felony, and

their sentence shall not be less than
five or more than twenty years at hard
labor," the inventor wrote: "I shall
dem the courtesy very much if you
will let me know whether or not such
legislation is being proposed in the
state of Georgia, As I am writing a
book on lawless legislation in the

United States, I am gathering any

striking bits of legislation which may

be useful for my work,"

NOTICE

The officers or the Girls' Auxiliary

of the Baptist church will meet Tues

All parties who pledged $10 day afternoon at 3:30 at the home of

toward the support of our base- Mrs. Hugh Floyd, 303 Oklawaha Ave.

ball team are asked to kindly Willma Shepard, Secretary.

mail check to
C. G.

Seventy-Five California Miners Shut

In by Fire 3000 Feet From
The Surface

San Francisco, Aug. 28. (By the

Associated Press). Seventy-five men
comprising the entire night force of
the Argonaut mine, at Jackson, Ama Amador
dor Amador county, are entombed in the mine
as the result of a fire discovered at
midnight. Mine rescue crews are en
route to the scene. The men are more
than 3000 feet under the ground.

AT 7:30 THIS MORNING
Jackson, Calif., Aug. 28. (By the

Associated Press). Seventy-five men

entombed in the Argonaut gold mine

below the 3500-foot level by fire which
broke out shortly after midnight were

still imprisoned at 7:30 this morning.

The fire is still burning.

Rose, President. The unrest of Russia still threatens
:he rest of Europe. Washington Post.

SASH

Geo. MacKay I Co.

door Needham Motor Co

PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING

Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE

HIGH GRADE PAINT

i a s

i ueuerai auiu
Repairing
I PHONE 252

Sewing Machines Repaired

DENBY'S RECEPTION IN

JAPAN WAS DIFFERENT
Tokio( (By Mail to the Associated

Press). Americans who have been
resident in Japan for several years
noticed a very great difference in the

deference paid the American flag
flown during Secretary Denby's visit
and the reception it would have re received
ceived received some months ago. This was

particularly noticeable during a con

cert given by the band from the trans

port Henderson in Hibiya Park. Even

a few months ago an American gath

ering of the kind would have been un

popular to say the least and "inci "incidents"
dents" "incidents" would in all likelihood have oc

curred. On this occasion, however,
the flag and every American tune was
cheered. American residents put this
down to the fact that that suspicions

have been wiped out by the Washing
ton conference and the fact that Ja

pan has been taken in as an equal with

the other powers in a great interna

Itional agreement. Americans who

know Japan say the Japanese look

upon the later as a great advance and
nothing could induce them to give up

the position thus gained.

LD7E

FIRE

A. E GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDENT

AUTOMOBILE

CHICAGO AND ALTON

TRAINS AT STANDSTILL

St. Louis, Aug. 28 (By Associatea Associatea-ress).
ress). Associatea-ress). Passenger and freight serv

ice on the western division of the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago & Alton railroad were at a com complete
plete complete standstill today as the result of
a walkout of engineers, firemen, con conductors
ductors conductors and switchmen in protest

against armed guards at Slater, Mo.,

and Roodhouse, HI.

KUKLUX KLAN DEEP

IN TEXAS POLITICS

Dallas, Texas. August 25. The Ku

Klux Klan promises to be an issue

in Texas politics until after the final
elections in November. It has be become
come become a vital issue in the Democratis

party especially in the race for Demo

cratic nomination for United States
Senator, and is creeping into the race

for nomination for lesser state offices.
It also has been a bitter issue in

certain counties.

The action of the Republican State

committee in opposing the Klan in its

platform, adopted in convention at
Fort Worth, August 9, precludes drop

ping of the issue after the Democratic

primary of August 26. Politicians

declare they see a bid by the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans for the anti-klan Democratic vote
in the platform plank, opposing the

Klan.

The Republicans for the first time

in a number of years have a full state
ticket in the field now. Heretofore
nomination on the Democratic ticket

has been considered equal to election,

with only an occasional exception.
There are few members of the Repub-

ican party optimistic enough to de

clare they expect the Republican vote
will show an increase, and the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats will not have as easy a time as
in the past.

SCARLET FLAMINGO

HAS BECOME SCARCE

Miami, August 23. The scarlet

flamingo is disappearing and the bird,
once native of South Florida and the

islands off the coast now are to be

found only on two small islands in the

Bahamas, according to Captain Jose
W. Pindey, of the motorboat Pris-

cilla, in port here from Nassau.

The beatiful long-legged scarlet

bird is making, he said, its last stand
against the white man who kills out
of curiosity or who captures and vain

ly tries to domesticate it in America.

There are now only two islands on

which it can be found the Inagua and
the.Abaco islands," he said. "There

still are many of them, but they cant

last much longer. Natives catch and
tame a few of these birds and are

successful at it.

"One native would merely order a

big flamingo to chase chickens out of
the yard and the bird seemed to under

stand the order just as well as a dog
would, and chased the chickens oat.
The natives say they easily are
taught tricks."

KUKLUX HANDED THE

CHURCH THE COIN

Such is the Belief of Authorities, Who
Are Pursuing the Criminals
With Assiduity

Chicago, Aug. 28. (By Associated
Press ) Nine men are under arrest
and four have been implicated in the
alleged plot declared to have been in inspired
spired inspired by radicals in connection with
the wreck of a Michigan Central ex express
press express train at Gary, IndL, a week ago.
Further arrests are expected and the
police and railroad agents continue
to throw much secrecy around the
case.

OCEAN CABLE OPENED

Washington, Aug. 27. The Miami Miami-Barbados
Barbados Miami-Barbados cable of the Western Union
Telegraph Company was opened for
business yesterday after its use as
a direct line of communication be between
tween between North and South America had
been blocked for more than eighteen
months by a controversy between the
company and the United States government.

AMERICAN LEGION
STANDS BY PROHIBITION

Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 27. A
resolution introduced by the Char Charlottesville
lottesville Charlottesville post providing for a modifi modification
cation modification of the Volstead law to permit
the manufacture of light wines and
ber was tabled by a vote of 111 to 61
at yesterday's session of the fourth
annual convention of the Virginia de department
partment department of the American Legion.
DISABLED VETERANS

EXEMPT FROM POLL TAX

Tallahassee, August 23. Disabled
war veterans do not have to pay poll
taxes in Florida in order to vote, ac

cording to a letter from Attorney Gen General
eral General Buford to officials of Hillsbor Hillsborough
ough Hillsborough county. Mr. Buford declared he
could not see where there was donbt
about it since. Section 1, Chapter 8583,
acts of 1921, "specifically provides for
the exemption from poll tax of all
men in the service of the army or
navy."

Mr. and Mrs. George Hampton of
Fordyce, Ark., arrived in Ocala last
week for a visit of several weeks with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Alison Wartmann.

On account of the death of Mr. L.
M. Murray, the Presbyterian social
which was to have been held this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Sr., has been postponed.

J. W. Davis Jr has returned from
Camp McClellan, Ala., where he at attended
tended attended the citizens military training
camp.

Rev. J. F. Savell of Palatka and
Rev. E. Lee Smith of Orlando, spent
the day in town, en route to Oxford.

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.

Chicago, Aug. 22. As the Rev

Johnson Meyers, pastor of Emmanuel

Baptist church, explained to his con congregation
gregation congregation that more money must be

contributed if much needed repairs to

the church were to be made, a knock
sounded at the door and more than a

dozen figures masked and robed in the

garb of the Ku Klux Klan, marched

into the room. They halter at the

altar.

"The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
have come to do their part in this
cause," the leader said. At a signal

a line of 500 men filed through, each
depositing a contribution. Rev. Mr.

Meyers counted $1200.

G. O. P. Gone Over to the Progres

sives. Norfolk Virginia-Pilot.'

In Europe nowadays a slacker is a

statesman who doesn't want to go to

a peace conference. New York Tribune.

The Literary Digeststates that for

its poll on the Volstead Act and the

Eighteenth Amendment it obtained
many of its names from the telephone
directories! This is scarcely fair to
the "drys." Most of those chaps have
already been driven to drink. Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Inquirer.

To offset the impression made by

The Literary Digest's poll on Prohi

bition the "dry"advocates should call
attention to the stern and just hand
of Providence that marooned 400 ex excursionists
cursionists excursionists to Canada on a shoal in the

St. Lawrence for twenty-four hours-

New York Tribune. -

Mistaken enthusiasm is the kind
shown by the clergyman who sits up
all night over a sermon that will put
his congregation to sleep the next day.

Cleveland Commercial.

Boas of the Maintenance of Way Em Employes
ployes Employes Trying to Hold Up
The Labor. Board

Chicago, Aug. 28. (By Associated
Press) j Railway maintenance of way
employes comprising approximately
400,000 track workers and crossing
flagmen, whose threatened strike with
the shop crafts last month was held
up pending new wage hearings, plac placed
ed placed their demands for increased pay
before the United States labor board
her today. The men based their
claims for higher wages on increases
in the cost of living. President Grable
on entering the conference was armed
with the strike vote which his men ap approved
proved approved when the shopmen walked out.
MAY ASK AMENDMENT
Chicago, Aug. 28. Congress may
be asked to amend the Esch-Cummins
transportation as to include a defini-,
tion on a basis for computing the min minimum
imum minimum cost of living for railroad em employes,
ployes, employes, it was reported today in rail railroad
road railroad labor board circles as prepara preparations
tions preparations were begun for opening the
hearing on pleas of wage increases for
maintenance of way men.
EASTERN RADLROADS MET THE
ISSUE
Seniority and new organizations of
railroad workers were thrust forward
by ten eastern railroads when the
maintenance of way employes case
wa sopened by the board. A repre representative
sentative representative of the eastern roads ques questioned
tioned questioned the right of the union to repre represent
sent represent the employes on ten roads. Urn -also
contended as a result of strikes
of maintenance of way men at points
on ten lines the union could not rep represent
resent represent a majority of trackmen and
shop workers on those lines. The la labor
bor labor board gave Grable until tomorrow
morning to reply to the contentions.
LEESBURG WON THE LAST GAME

The Wildcats and Leesburg have
played regular seesaw for the' past
week. First one team won a game
and then the other. Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon in Leesburg it was their time to
win and win they did by a score of 5
to 4. The Wildcats made a desperate
effort to tie the score in the ninth in inning
ning inning but lacked one run of doing so
when the third out was made. Perez
occupied the pitcher's box for Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg and demonstrated to Ocala why
he has such a good reputation as a
pitcher. He kept the Wildcats guess guessing
ing guessing most of the time and easily won
his game. Old Folks Whitney oppos opposed
ed opposed him and pitched a good game but
the. Leesburg lads were able to bunch
a few hits with several errors and
made runs enough to enable Peres to
win his game.
These same teams will play three
games the last of this week. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday, Aug. Slst and
Friday they play in Leesburg. (The
Friday, they wil play in Leesburg. The
Wildcats are in Gainesville now for a
three-day series, ending Wednesday.
Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Gainesville will return the games
in Ocala.

Mr. Edward ChazaL after a pleas

ant visit of several weeks to his home

here, has returned to Hest Point,

where he is a cadet in the United

States Military Academy. He will not
be home again until he graduates in

1924.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rogers Jr., of
Dunnellon, returning from their hon

eymoon trip down the East Coast,
have been in the city yesterday and

today, guests of Mr, Rogers' father
and grandfather, Messrs. O. H. and
R. F.. Rogers. They left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for their home in Dunnellon.

Henry Ford is still talking about

his currency scheme. What we wanx,

Mr. Ford, is a dollar which resembles
your well-known flivver in that it will

eo a long way, but wont go very fast.

Charltston News and Courier.
Prohibition enforcement people can
get a test case by seizing a liquor-selling
Shipping Board vessel without
commiting an act of war upon the
British flag. Wall Street Journal

Mr. George Newsom, an Ocala boy,
now making his home in Orlando, was
ia Ocala yesterday, on a visit to his
mother, Mrs. Georgia Newsom, He
is looking well and hearty and him
friends were glad to see him.
Mr. Clarence Camp returned home
Saturday from Asheville,' where he
has spent three weeks with h5n
brother, Mr. Jack Camp, and family.
He was accompanied home by his lit little
tle little niece, Miss Leta Futch, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, for a week's visit.
James Borland returned Saturday
from Camp Sapphire, Brevard, N.
where he has spent the rammer
months. -- j

Miss Jefferson Bell, who has been
the guets of her sister, Mrs. George
Blitch and brother, Mr. Joseph BelL
left this afternoon for Miami. Hig,
Bell is one of the society writers on
the Miami Herald and Ocala is alwaya
glad to welcome her.



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Times-Union. -Well
bet she does on a cold night.
We are almost overcome with the
honor, but, all the eame, we would
just as soon that the Clearwater Sun
didn't credit any more Collier's Week Weekly
ly Weekly editorials to the Star.

Secretary of State Hughes is on the

way to Rio de Janeiro, to attend the

great Brazilian exposition a special
compliment of the great republic of
the north to the' great republic of the

south. .

The Leesburg Commercial says of

that, Oxford 7 snake-battle story:
"Hunh unhtBen, : ; Willis Powell told
it over, at Tavares and one of the
Dominecker Twins was there and
heard it."

A dispatch, from Los 'Angeles says
that California, has a pint and a half
of wine for every person in the United
States... Wish California, would send
us our. si gills, at. once we want to
give them to a sick friend.

Gompers :says President Harding's
message was "untimely." Sure was;
Ought to have been delivered about
six weeks ago and followed by back backbone
bone backbone action ?six hours later. Lees,
burg Commercial.
Sizes it up to a dot.

Secretary of State Hughes takes

up the cudgel for. his friend, Senator
Newberry: of Michigan, and says he

has not been guilty of any crime. Mr,

Hughes can't deny that Newberry
has been guilty of the crime of being

caught.

The Arcadia News says that on the
54-mile highway from Kissimmee to
Melbourne there was a six-mile stretch
of asphalt highway, build so long ago
that it is now virtually gone. We rode

over that ".highway a few. weeks ago,
and to the best of our. remhrance the

six-mile stretch of asphalt was
fairly good condition.

m

There is a 'fellow telling of a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful fsle in the Pacific, where thera
is plenty' to eat to be picked off the
trees, and there are fourteen women
to one man, and all the women art
pretty and every man can have four
wives, and the only reason' why we
didn't leave for that island on the
Sunday morning train was because we
believed that man was lying.

Most labor papers seem to be of
the belief that the best way for this
country to keep out of war, is to be
unprepared for war, but the editor of
the Tampa Citizen is wiser. He says:
"Pictures" of the big holes burned with
electric torches into the guns of U.? S.
battleships tinder the new disarma disarmament
ment disarmament treaty cannot help but bring a

MICKIE SAYS

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JAfc6UT FEvJUR N THEN SOVAE
'UvcE A nmov f& ftot irftvoi
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thrill of dismay into the hearts of
patriotic Americans. True, this coun country
try country does not want war and will try to
avoid it by every lawful means. Yet
war is likely to be forced upon us at
any day, and to be totally unprepared
and crippled in the face of a wbrld
emergency will mean disaster, if not
annihilation. The Europeon nations,
it is claimed, are carrying out their
part of the treaty and scrapping then
navies. These reports are to be taken

with a grain of salt. But supposing

they are keeping their part of the
agreement, they can still overpower
and annihilate us should they com combine
bine combine together, as they are likely to do
at any time to escape paying their
just debts to us. America is generally
conceded to be a failure in world di diplomacy;
plomacy; diplomacy; do not let us fall into the
error of being a failure also in re regard
gard regard to military preparedness."
A BOY HERO

of them say the world owes them a
living. The truth is the world owes;
us nothing. And if we would depend j
more on ourselves and less on the j
world we would accomplish more, and j
find greater happiness." j

EIGHT YEARS AGO

Aug. 27, 1914. Germans captured
Lille, 125 miles north of Paris.
French preparing Paris against a
siege.
Germans captured Longwy and oc occupied
cupied occupied Bourbaix and Valenciennes.
Germans claim they have driven
British and French out of Gelgium,
but admit their losses in killed and
wounded have been tremendous.
More British troops going to
France.
Russians claim to hold all East
Prussia except city of Konigsberg.
British marines occupied Ostend.

Fort Pierce, Aug. 25 His last
tvroath eni-nnracinir his sister to keen

struggling for shore, fanl ii. xsiisie
Jr., 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul H. Nisle, of Vero, was drowned
at Vero Beach, after making a suc successful
cessful successful attempt to rescue his sister,
Marcie. Both had been caught in a
strong undertow while in bathing.
They were nearing shore when they
stepped in a deep hole. As the young
man went down he encouraged his
sister to make a desperate effort to
gain shore and safety. A number of
people were on the beach at the time,
but none of them apparently realized
the plight of the brother and sister in
time to render aid to the former. The
girl was safely brought to shore, none
the worse for her experience. The
body of the young( man was found
about four hours later. Efforts to
resuscitate him were without avail.
. This brave boy came to Marion
county in his childhood and lived for
years at Dunnellon, where his father
owned and edited the Dunnellon Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate until something over two years
ago, when the family removed to
Vero. Our sincere sympathy goes to
our friend, Paul H. Nisle, and his
family in their great bereavement,
but we congratulate them that they
brought up a son who was so ready
and willing to have valued his duty
more highly than his life.

Newspaper cuts show up differently
on different presses. This is shown
by the fate of the pictures of Miss

Mildred Brantley, who won the

Tampa Times beauty prize, and ot
whose portrait the Times sent cuts to
most of the papers in the state. We
were rather ashamed of the inferior
print Which the cut made in the Star,
but, after looking over our exchanges
we feel consoled. Only in the papers
having the best of presses did Miss
Brantley receive justice. In some pa papers
pers papers the young lady was speckled like
a' smallpox patient, in some her feat features
ures features were as dim as those of a
ghost, and in some others they were
dark enough to cause people who
didn't know who she was to think she
was a cullud lady. Newspaper cuts
are very uncertain, and we'd advise
pretty girls to keep their features off
of them.

In spite of what the other allied
powers say about it France insists
that Germany's debt to her be paid.
No, doubt France remembers when
she' had to pay Germany at the end
of the previous war. And she also
knows that if the shoe was on the
other foot she would have to pay
Germany regardless of what any other
country, thought about it. Here's
hoping that France will stand pat
and that she makes Germany pay ev every
ery every cent for her smartness. People
are prone to forget that Germany is
taking every advantage of that fail failing
ing failing on the part of the Allies. Fort
Lauderdale Herald.
Our sentiments, exactly.

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Wjll those papers which are de denouncing
nouncing denouncing the Tampa dump as the
"worst spot in Florida," be fair and
brave enough to publish also, that the,
condition was caused by a few days
breakdown of the city incinerator,
and that all cause for complaint has
long since been doubly removed and
made secure against? Tampa Tri

bune.

We never said anything about your
old dump, but will help give you a

clean bill of health. Newspapers

should not criticise the steictly local

affairs of other towns than their own.

The Sanford Herald gives the fol following
lowing following good advice to railroad strik strikers:
ers: strikers: "The striking railroad men will
be judged now and hereafter by their
attitude. They should remember this
at all times. They will be sorely tried
and they will have plenty of opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to go wrong but they should
always remember that the public will
eventually decide the strike and the
public will judge their case largely by
their actions. Be calm and be peace peaceful
ful peaceful and be law abiding. It is the only
way."

. The Highlands County Pilot thinks
Perry G. Wall "of Tampa, would pret pretty,
ty, pretty, near satisfy the demand for a can candidate
didate candidate for, governor "with a Grover
Cleveland backbone." There can be no
doubt about that. Tampa Times.
. .Perry is a nice little man, but he
would be entirely lost in one of old
Grovers shoes.

There is solid wisdom in the follow following
ing following from George G. Mathews of the
Fort Lauderdale Herald: "Too many

expect too much for too little. Many

Arthur Brisbane says a Detroit girl
who became champion mail handler of
the country by sorting 20,610 letters
in eight hours should be thinking of
marriage and children. Wonder how
many potatoes she could peel in five
minutes. Jacksonville Journal.
If she can handle mail better than
she can peel potatoes, let her handle
mail. She has as much right as a
man to choose what she shall do.

The rail strike is holding up the
county road work in Orange county
and will probably hold up all the road
work in the state. The rail strike is
holding up a lot of business and it
looks like the end is not in sight as
yet. Sanford is probably getting
along better than many other locali localities
ties localities but we are feeling the effects
also. Sanford Herald.
Ocala and Marion county are suf suffering
fering suffering for the same reason.

We see by the dispatches that our
old friend, Jimmy Cox, of Ohio, and
who, unless our memory is faulty, ran

for the presidency on the democratic j

ticket in 1920, is very popular in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Republican, and some demo democratic,
cratic, democratic, papers are making sarcastic
remarks about what Jimmy would
have done, but they are not telling us
what Warren has done.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star, August 28, 1902)
Mr. Geo. C. Pasteur returned today
from New York, where he has spent
the past two weeks on business and
pleasure.
Mrs. T. W. Troxler and baby return returned
ed returned today from White Springs.
Mrs. Edwin Spencer and children,
who have been staying at the lake,
have returned home.
E. H. Mote of Leesburg, lately
elected to the legislature from Lake
county, was in Ocala today.
Mrs. Henry Livingston and children
and Miss Jackson left today to spend
the remainder of the summer in
Gainesville, Ga.
James L. Smith of Berlin is one ot
the most prosperous farmers in the
county. He believes in a variety of
crops and never fails to get fine fields
from his crop of upland rice. This
season he has five acres of it that will
yield forty bushels to the acre.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star August 28, 1912)
Miss Lillian Cook of West Palm
Beach is visiting her brother, Mr. F.
W. Cook ,and family.
Miss Wynona Wetherbee has re returned
turned returned from a five weeks stay at the
Pablo hotel, at Pablo Beach.
Miss Ethel Crosby has returned to
her home in Tampa after a pleasant
visit in Ocala with Miss Helen Brown
and other friends.
Miss Esther Ley will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Tallahassee to attend the
Woman's College.
W. M. Martin and Earl Hall will
return to the Georgia Military Acad Academy
emy Academy the first of September.
Miss Nellie Stevens, the much es esteemed
teemed esteemed principal of the primary
school, is spending her vacation at
White Springs.

Mrs. J. B. Ley and daughter, Miss

ITallie, are home from their vacation

spent in the mountains of North Caro
lina.

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

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Paaltka leaving point, James hotel
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BETTER insure betore rather than
after the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf

Royal Scarlet Cattnea Goods

to let Oailans

know that we have just received' a new lot of Royal
Scarlet Salmon Steak, Baby Lima; Beans, Stuffed
Olives, Salted peanuts anrj Walnuts

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Florida, in his office at Ocala,- FlorK
for leave to sell at prirate sale tha
terest- of the above named -mteors,
same being an undlTided thres-tw
tieths interest, in and to the follow
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pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1922

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Cor. Oklawaha Ave. and N. Main St.

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8YNOPS1S
CHAPTER L At Thornton Falrchfld's
death his son Robert learns there hae
been a dark period in his tatter's llle
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 wner of a mining: claim in Colo Colorado
rado Colorado j and advising: him to see Henry
Beamish.-a lawyer.
CHAPTER II Beamish tells Robert his
claim, a silver mine. Is at Ohadl, thh-ty-elgrht
miles from Denver. He also warns
him against a certain man, "Squint" Ro Ro-dalne,
dalne, Ro-dalne, his father's enemy. Robert decides
to go to Ohadl.
CHAPTER III. On the road to Ohadl
from Denver Falrchild 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 pesec appear, In pur pursuit
suit pursuit of a bandit. Falrchild bewildared,
misleads them as to the direction the
girl had taken.
CHAPTER IV. At Ohadl Falrchild Is
warmly greeted by "Mother" Howard,
boarding-house keeper, for his father's
sake.
CHAPTRR V. From Mother Howard.
Falrchild learns something of the mystery
connected with the disappearance of "Sls "Sls-sle"
sle" "Sls-sle" Larsen, his father's co-worker in
the mine. He meets the girl he had as assisted,
sisted, assisted, but Bhe 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-dalne.
dalne. Ro-dalne. Back In Ohadl. his father's old
friend, Harry- Hart: ins, a Cornlshman,
summoned from England by Beamish to
help Falrchild, hails 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.-Harklns 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 Falrchild, and the men
take it as a good joke.

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Careful estimates made on all con
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ontractor in the city.

Advertise in the Evening Star.

BETTER Duy a lot beiore they go

up, and build a home srhile materials

are cheap. Let Ditto show you. 11 tf
Hats cleaned and reblocked. Royal
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Guavas $1.75 per en te. Leave youi
order with us. Farmers Exchange
Store, Phone 163. 23-tf

"She loves her father. Isn't that
enough? The Rodaines have the
money and they have almost every everything
thing everything that Judge Richmond owns. It's
easy enough to guess what they've
done with it tied it up so that he
can't touch it until they're ready for
him to do it. And they're not going
to do that until they've, gotten what
they want."
"Which 1s ?'-
"Anita! Any fool ought to be able
to know that. That stroke last night
was the second one for the Judge.
There usually ain't any more after
the third one. Now, can't you see why
Anita is willing to do anything on
earth just -to keep peace and just to
give her father a little rest and com comfort
fort comfort and happiness in the last days of
his life? You've got to remember that
he ain't like an ordinary father that

you can go to and tell all your trou troubles
bles troubles to. He's laying next door to death,
and Anita, Just like any woman that's
got a great, big, good heart in her,
is willing to face worse than death
to help him. It's as plain to me as

the nose on Harry's face.
"Which is quite plain," agreed Fair

child ruefully. Harry rubbed the li libeled
beled libeled proboscis, pawed at his mus

tache and fidgeted in his chair.

T understand that all right," he
announced at last. "But why should

anybody want to buy the mine?"
It brought Falrchild to the realiza

tion of a new development, and he
brought forth the letter, once more to

stare at it.

"Fifty thousand dollars is a lot of

money," came at last-

"And what then?" Mother Howard,

still looking through uncolored glasses,

took the letter and scanned it. "You

two ain't quitters, are you?"
'Oo, us?" Harry bristled.
"Yes, you. if you are, get your

selves, a piece of paper and write to

Denver and take the offer. If you

ain't keep on fighting."

"I believe you're right. Mother How

ard." Fairchild had reached for the

letter again and was staring at it as
though for inspiration. "That amount

of money seems to be a great deal.
Still, if a person will offer that much
for a mine when there's nothing in

sight to show its value, it ought to
mean that there's something dark in

the woodpile and that the thing's
worth fighting out. And personally

speaking, I'm willing to fight!"

"I never quit in my life!" Harry
straightened in his chair and his mus

tache stuck forth pugnaciously. Moth

er Howard looked down at him.

pressed her lips, then smiled.

"No," she announced, "except to run
away like a "whipped pup after you'd

gotten a poor lonely boarding-house

keeper in love with you!"
"Mother 'Oward, I'll

But the laughing, gray-haired wom

an had scrambled through the door doorway
way doorway and slammed the door behind her,
only to open it a second later and poke
her head within.
"Needn't think because you can hold
up a dance hall and get away with It,
you can use cave-man stuff on mel
she admonished. And In that one sen sentence
tence sentence was all the conversation neces necessary
sary necessary regarding the charges against
Harry, as far as Mother Howard was
concerned. She dldnt believe them,
and Harry's face showed that the
world had become bright and serene
again. He swung his great arms as
though to loosen the big muscles of his

shoulders. He pecked at his mus

tache. Then he turned to Falrchild.

"Well." he asked, "what do we do?
Go up to the mine just like nothing

ad ever appened?"

"Kxnctlv Wait until I chanee- rov

ciotnes. -men we'll 6e ready to start.
Tm not even going to dignify this let letter
ter letter by replying to It And for one
principal reason he added "thai
I think the Rodaines have something
to do with it"
"'Ow 80?"
T don't know, ni be ready In a
moment"
An hour later they entered the
month of the Blue Poppy tunnel, once
more to start the engines and to re resume
sume resume the pumping, meanwhile strug struggling
gling struggling back and forth with timbers from
the mountain side, as they began the
task of rehabilitating the tunnel where
It had caved In just beyond the shaft
Hour after hour they tolled, until
the gray mists hung low over the
mountain tops, until the shadows
lengthened and twilight fell. The en engines
gines engines ceased their chugging, the cough coughing
ing coughing swirl of the dirty water as It came
from the drift far below, stopped.
Slowly two weary men jogged down
the rutty road to the narrow, winding
highway which led through Kentucky
gulch and into town.
That night Falrchild did not lie
awake to stare about him In the dark darkness.
ness. darkness. His eyes closed wearily, yet
with a wholesome fatigue. Nor did
he wake until Harry was pounding
on the door in the dawn of the morn morning.
ing. morning. Once more the pumps; once more
the struggle against the heavy tim timbers
bers timbers ; once more the "clunk" of the
ax as It bit deep into wood, or the
pounding of hammers as great spikes
were driven into place. The timber timbering
ing timbering of the broken-down portion of the
tunnel just behind the shaft had been
repaired, and Harry flipped the sweat
away from his broad forehead with an
action of relief.
"Not that It does any particular
good," he announced. "But It's room
we'll need when we start working
down below, and we might as well
'ave It fixed up
He ceased suddenly and ran to the
pumps. A peculiar gurgling sound had
come from the ends of the hose, and

the flow depreciated greatly; instead

of the steady gush of water, a slimy
silt was coming out now, spraying and
splattering about on the sides of the
drainage ditch. Wildly Harry waved
a monstrous paw.

"Shut 'em off !" he yelled to Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child In the dimness of the tunnel.

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Monday and Tuesday, August 28-29
The purchase of one of the items mentioned below, at the regular price,-
entitles the purchaser to buy another o"f the same, or any other item in the (g)
list for ONE CENT.
4-quart Aluminum Sauce Pan, 4-quart Aluminum Berlin Kettle $

with lid, 4-quart Aluminum Pudding Pan, 6-quart Alumi Alumi-num
num Alumi-num Mixing Bowl, Aluminum Tube Cake Pan, 10x14
inch Aluminum Oblong Pan, Set threeAluminum
Boilers, 4-quart Aluminum Preserving Kettle, 4-qt.
Aluminum Cullinary Strainer, 9-on Aluminum
Muffin Rings, 2-piece Aluminum Carving Set
Every one ol the above are of the famous "QUALIFY" Brand Aluminum
Wot-A RompmhPr the Have MONFlAV onH TTTPQFl A Y Aimncf OS ol OO

Come early and get just what you want before the most desirable pieces have 0

been selected. .

B

GOLDMAN
"Why Pay More"

R. D. Fuller, dentist. Union block.

phone 60L. 8-2-tf

"Shut 'Em Off! It's Sucking the Muck

Out of the Sumpl"

"It's sucking the muck out of the
sumn! That means the 'ole drift Is

nn watered."
"Then the pumping job's over?"

"Teh." Harry rose. "You stay ere

and dismantle the pumps, so we can
send 'em back. I'll go to town. We've
got to buy some stuff."
Then he started off down the trail,
while Fairchild went to his work. And
he sang as he dragged at the heavy
hose. Work was before him, work
which was progressing toward a goal
that he had determined to seek, la
spite of all obstacles. The mysterious
offer which he had received gave evi evidence
dence evidence that something awaited him, that
some one knew the real value of the
Blue Poppy mine, and that If he could
simply stick to his task. If he could
hold to the unwavering purpose to win
In spite of all the blocking pitfalls
that were put in his path, some day,
some time, the reward would be worth
Its price.
More, the conversation with Mother
Howard on the previous morning had
been comforting; It had given a wom woman's
an's woman's viewpoint upon another woman'!
actions. And Fairchild intuitively be believed
lieved believed she was correct
A shout from the road, accompanied
by the roaring of a motor truck, an announced
nounced announced the fact that Harry was mak making
ing making his return.
Five men were with him, to help him
carry In ropes, heavy pulleys, weights

and a large metal shaft bucket then
to move out the smaller of the pumps
and trundle away with them, leaving
.the larger one and the larger engine
for a single load. At last Harry turned
to his paraphernalia and rolled up his

sleeves.

-.res where we workr" he an announced.
nounced. announced. "It's us for a pulley and
bucket arrangement until we can get
the 'oist to working and the skip tf

running. Elp me 'eave a few timbers."

It was the beginning of a three-

days job, the building of a heavy stag

ing over the top of the shaft, the affix affixing
ing affixing of the great pulley and then the
attachment of the bucket at one end.
and the skip, loaded with pig Iron, on
the other. Altogether, it formed a
sort of crude, counterbalanced ele elevator,
vator, elevator, by which they might lower

themselves into the shaft with various
Dumpings and delays but which
worked successfully, nevertheless. To Together
gether Together they piled Into the big. Iron
bucket Harry lugging along spikes and
timbers and sledges and ropes. Then,
pulling away at the cable which Jbeld
the weights, they furnished the neces necessary
sary necessary gravity to travel downward.
(Continued Tomorrow)

The Outstanding lire Values

in the 30 3i inch field
NEVER before has the light car owner been offered
such value as is now at your service in these two
TJ. S. products
ROYAL CORDS rfi

tire values both clincher and straight side $14.65.
The New and Better USCO thicker tread, thicker -sidevvalls,
more rubber $ 10.65.

SIZES

30x3 CL
30x34
31x4 44

30x3H SS.

32x34

31x4
32x4
33x4

34x4
32x44
33x44
34x44

35x44 4

36x44
33x5

35x5
37x5

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Cord

Nobby

FABRIC
Chain Uaco

$14.65
14.65
22.95
26.45
29.15
30.05
30.85
37.70
38.55
39.50
40.70
41.55
46.95
49.30
51.85

$12.55
15.60
23.00
20.45
21.35
25.55
26.05
31.95
33.00
34.00
35.65
36.15
43.20
45.75

$11.40
13.00
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16.90
22.45
23.65
24.15
30.05
31.05
32.05
33.55
34.00

$9.75
10.65
18.65
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at the lowest prices ia
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WEIRSOiliE GARAGE, Wefradale. JLiCK TAYLOR. Oenla.
F-UA. TIRE CO, UaameUea. UOGIXS GROCEBT CO. CltM.

Plant your fall garden early. White
Bermuda onion sets and garden seeds
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Rates Reasonable

The Commercial uJ BuLum ftlmn. Always WeleonM

Albert's Plant Food is the thins for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It ia odorless and is
sold in 25c and 50c packages and 2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf

Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25e
and 50c packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 13-tf

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UNCLASSIFIED
i ADVERTISEMENTS

f,RATES under this beading: are aa
follows; Maximum of six Uses on time
25c; thxse times 60c; six times 76c; one
snenth $3.00. All accounts payable la
advaaee except to those who hare reg regular
ular regular adTertlslcs; accounts.:
WANTED Experienced ladv clerk
- in confectionery store. Apply at
, Harrington Hall Retreat, or phone
166. 28-tf
FOE RENT Upstairs furnished for
light housekeeping. Electric cook
stove. Mrs. Mary Gillen, No. 1 W.
Fifth street. : 28-6t
FOR SALE New modern bungalow,
six rooms and bath. Will make low
cash price if sold in next few days.
For further information and price,
address Box 356, Ocala, Fla.. 26-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished, three con con-necting
necting con-necting rooms on the first floor. No
children. Mrs. H. S. Wesson, cor corner
ner corner Orange avenue and 8th St. 26-3t
b OR RENTFurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Private bath.
Phone 559 or call at 409 Oklawaha
Ave. 26-3t,
FOR SALE Chufas.
Stanton.
Leo Goetz,
8-10t
SWEET GUAVAS $1.50 six-basket
carrier, f. o. b. Weirsdale; $1.50 a
bushel at residence. T"B. Snook,
Weirsdale, Fla. 8-18-tf
LET MOTHERS REST-Special rates
for families through the summer
months. Children half price, at the
Arms House. 26-tf
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
CITRUS NURSERY STOCK FOR
fSALE Pineapple, Parson Brown,
'lfl ? J rwi ' 1
; vaiencia ana xangenne orange; axao
; Marsh seedless grapefruit. All ar
budded on sour stock, carefully
grown, clean and first class in every
. respect. No Bermuda or other in
, jurious grasses in the nurseries.
Price upon application. MARION
.COUNTY NURSERIES, Box 366,
. Ocala, Fla. 8-21-tf
1 11 1 1
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
. Bros. Phone 78. 9-tf
FOR SALE On Fort King avenue,
easy terms, lot 60 by 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East Fort King
avenue. 2-tf
BRADENTOWN For sale, trade or
HOTEL lease. Nineteen room;
good condition. Built of concrete

H-BB-----MM-B-

We have a service car. Call HOOD and FEDERAL
on us when out on the road. t-tt- t-o j TIIDI C
Phone 438. TIRES and TUBES
- Phone 438
Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
J. R. LONG W. A. STROUD

ft. . .... ....... ............... ...a.. laaA-laA A 4 A A A A-A A 4 A-A

blocks. Plenty sleeping porches up upstairs;
stairs; upstairs; overlooks Manatee river. Lo

cated at 419 Upham street. Apply
for further information to C. M.
Livingston, owner, Ocala, Fla. 12t
LOST Bunch of miscellaneous keys;
lost Saturday, probably in lobby at
postomce. Finder please return to
or phone R. A. Burford. 28-3t
BMNs-Ba-ai-- s-a--------- .- -mmmammn
The dictionary defines Prohibition
as "the act of prohibiting." However,
the definition was arrived at before we
had Prohibition. Cleveland Commer Commercial.
cial. Commercial. SALT SPRiHGS VAIER
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.
Cbero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167
It!T
HOW'S YOUR
AUTO RUNNING
Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet better
ter better have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We g
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
We Sell
FOX
TIRES AND TUBES
James Engesser
Phone 258 Night Phone 33
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
H
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
This is to certify that I have this
dny placed in the city pound the fol fol-lowiner
lowiner fol-lowiner described animal which has
been found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to the ordinance oi saia city:
One big hog, red with black spots;
crop, two splits in right ear; crop un under
der under half -crop in left ear.
The owner thereof, or his agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereoi,
to-wit: On the 31st day of August,
1922, 1 will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
H. H. Hill, Impounder of Cattle. It
When the Hour Glass
Runs Its Course
, Loving friends prepare for the last
rites. The modern funeral director
brings into his service many details of
comfort to relatives and friends, so
in after years there are no regrets.
Geo. MacKay & Co.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
G. B. OVERTON, Mgr.
rm
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OCALA OCCUHIES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Miss Irene Tompkins went to Mica-
ncpy Saturday for a visit with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. Percy Perkins is enjoying a
visit in Jacksonvile, the guest of Mrs.
Pnrdora.
Travel between Florida and the
north by way of Merchants & Miners
Jacksonville steamers and obtain full
satisfaction. Round trip, Boston,
Mass., Mass., $71.74; Providence, R.
L, $69.56. Return limit October 31st.
Meals and berth included on steam steamers.
ers. steamers. It
Mrs. J. C. Smith and daughter India,
who have both been sick for several
days, are much better.
Mrs. Percy Thigpen returned Sat
uiday from Jacksonville, where she
has been visiting her sister.
We handle only the best of fresh
meats and the prices are always reas
onable. Phone 74. Eagle Market, tl
666 quickly relieves a cold. Adv.
Miss Olive Whaley left Saturday
afternoon for a week's visit to Miss
Elizabeth Wetherbee in Leesburg.
Mrs. T. C. Carter and children, who
have spent the past week at Daytona
Beach and Fort Pierce, returned home
yesterday.
666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.
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
Messrs. George Newsom and Harry
Holcolmb, two former Ocala boys,
spent yesterday in Ocala visiting
with friends.
Miss Marie Snowden left Saturday
for Oxford, where she expects to
spend two weeks at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. T. J. Bailey.
Just
Flour,
needs.
received Ballard's Obelisk
Let us supply your grocery
Main Street Market. Phone
Main street. 22-tf
108. S.
666 cares Malarial Fever. Adv.
Mrs. Vernie Stevens, of Lakeland,
who has been in the city for several
months, at the home of Mr. B. A.
Weathers, leaves for her home tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Mrs. C. L. Collins antkMiss Ruth
Collins will leave the middle of the
week for a short visit with their cous
ins, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown, in
Tampa.
To prevent a cold, take 666. Adv.
"Say it with flowers" and buy the
lowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.
Phe 3nM. 10-tf
?.'-s. R- S. Hill went to Lake Weir
Friday and was the week-end guest of
M--.. R. L. Anderson Jr. and Mrs.
Pa?ker Painter. Mr. Hall and Messrs.
Anderson and Painter joined them
Saturday evening.
Mr. George Ford arrived in Ocala
Saturday, joining his wife at the
home of her father, Mr. B. A. Weath
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Ford will leave to
morrow morning, motoring to their
home in Jacksonville.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. if
666 cured Dengue Fever. Adv
Dr. C. L. Collins leaves Thursday
for Daytona, where he will spend his
month's vacation, supplying the pul pulpit
pit pulpit of Dr. Robert McArthur of that
city. While Dr. Collins is away the
pulpit of the Ocala Baptist church
will be supplied by Dr. C. F. Benja
min.
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.

TOMORROW TUESDAY NOON

BIKE

R. E SMEDLEY
MILES SOUTH OF OCALA,

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express to our friends
our heart-felt thanks for their many
acts of kindness' in our recent bereave bereavement
ment bereavement of wife and niece. For the

many expressions of sympathy and
the beautiful and abundant floral of offerings
ferings offerings please accept our thanks. May
God's richest blessings rest on each
individual who so kindly remembered
us in this dark hour of sorrow.
E. P. Clark.
Mrs. Florence E. George.
Juliette, Fla, Aug. 28.
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
The house party which was given
by Mrs. H. R. Swartz of Tidewater,
at her home at that place, compli complimenting
menting complimenting her son. Jack Swartz, and his
guest. Robert Everett of Masachu Masachu-sets,
sets, Masachu-sets, proved to be a very pleasant
aaffir, everything possible being done
for the pleasure of the guests. The
following young people who enjoyed
the week-end as Mrs. Swartz 's guests
returned to their respective homes
yesterday afternoon: Russell Bordin
of Tidewater; Paul Brinson of Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Misses Lucille Gissendaner,
Ethel Home, Loureen Spencer and
Robert Blowers of Ocala. Miss Hazel
Padgett, of Tallahassee, who was also
a member of the house party, came to
Ocala and is the guest of Miss Ethel
Home until tomorrow night, when
she will return to Tallahassee.
Will sell tour-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
Rub-My-Tism, an antiseptic. Adv.
Mr and Mrs. G. A. Douglas and
daughters, Misses Ruby and Gussie,
and son, Edgar, arrived in Ocala last
night from White Springs, where
they have been spending the past
three weeks. While in Ocala they will
bo the guests of Mr. S. M. Lummus
and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Winer. They will only be in Ocala for
a few days and when they return to
their home near Miami, they will be
accompanied by Mrs. Winer.
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism. Ad.
We never sacrifice quality to sell
at a low price. Our meats are the
BEST to be had. Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 108. 22-tf
A telegram received yesterday
stated that Mr. B. A. Weathers, who
left Friday with his son, Mr. Neil
Weathers, had arrived at his son's
summer home at Spring Lake, L. 1.,
and that he stood the trip well. Mr,
Weathers was also accompanied by
his sons, Messrs. B. A. Weathers Jr.
and Paul Weathers, who have return
ed to their respective homes, the for
mer in New York citl and the latter
in Amsterdam, N. J.
A nice, thoroughly raoaern Dunga-
low home for somebody is being built
by the Citizens Investment Co. on a
rion Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Call and see it. Pbn
585 for rmrtimlar, 'f f
?Iis Wynona Wetherbee, the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weth
?rbce. who graduated from Posse Col College
lege College of Gymnastics and Physical Edu Education
cation Education in Boston last June, and who
has since been traveling through the
central states as child director on the
RadclifFe Chautauqua, is expected to
arrive in Leesburg soon. Leesburg
Commercial.
Mrs. A. J. Beck left today for Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where she will be joined by
her sister, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, of
Ocala, and together they will go to
Galbraith Springs, Tenn., where they
will spend a vacation of several
weeks. Fort Lauderdale Herald.
Mr. L. W. Duval returned Saturday
from Hickory, N. C, where he has
spent the past three weeks with Mrs.
Duval and Adelaide. Mrs. Duval and
daughter have gone to Kentucky to
spend several weeks with relatives.
Mr. W. F. Blesch, the veteran bar barber,
ber, barber, who has been ill for some days,
is rapidly recovering, and expects to
reopen his shop in the morning.

AUCTION ALE

sg-jj! ;.Optemetrt and Oytfeiaw
Eyeaigfct Spedali-t
114 Main Street, JacxaonrlCe
18 East Broadway, Ocala

TOE HOME OF
First-Class Bicycle
REPAIRING
Phone 431
BRIGHAM'S BICYCLE STORE
Next to Burnett's Tailor Shop
RAtLRQAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures publ published
ished published as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 am
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