The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VENING
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
LOCAL NEWS
TO h.
PRESS TIME

OGALA

WEATHER FORECAST Probably showers tonight and Saturday. TEMPERATURES Thia morning, 70; this afternoon, 80.
San rises tomorrow, 6:12; sets, 6:33 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1922 VOLUM ETWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 221

HARRY OAUGHERTY
SHOULD WORRY

11 WIPE SMYRNA
TIE-UP IN THE
BUILDING TRADES
HOPES TO FIND
BURIED IN ALIVE
COMMANDER ROOT
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ORDER

Impeachment Iroceedings Against
Him to Be Considered By the
House Committee

Washington, Sept. 15. The im impeachment
peachment impeachment charges against Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General Daugherty as a result of his
petition for an injunction in the cases
of striking railway employes, as pre presented
sented presented in the House Monday by Repre Representative
sentative Representative Keller, republican, of Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, will be considered by the ju judiciary
diciary judiciary committee at a meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at which Keller will be heard.
DRY NAVY CAUSES
BOOTLEGGERS DISTRESS
New York, Sept. 15. The dry navy
today captured two alleged rum run running
ning running schooners with cargoes worth
$150,000 and $40,000 in gold aboard
near the entrance of New York har harbor.
bor. harbor. An unnamed launch sunk while
being towed in and another schooner,
a swift boat, escaped.
SUICIDE AT PLANT CITY
Plant City, Sept. 15. Mrs. Eva
Wright, housekeeper at a local hotel,
committed suicide last night by drink drinking
ing drinking poison. It was said she was de despondent
spondent despondent over the death of her hus husband.
band. husband. Mrs. Wright was formerly of
Decatur, 111.
NEW YORK FIRM AVIATED
New York, Sept. 15. Alleging lia liabilities
bilities liabilities of a million an involuntary
petition in bankruptcy was filed in
fedral court today against the Gatti
McQuade Company, manufacturers of
mill products. The assets are listed
at $500,000.
MRS. W. L. COLBERT
Their friends, who are a host,
deeply sympathize, with Mr. W. L.
Colbert and his children in tl5 loss of
the wife and mother of their home,
who passed away most unexpectedly
at a late hour last night.
Mrs. Colb.il hd been
cheerful and the news of
well and
her death
came to her friends as a
prise as well as ; sorrow
great sur-
The frne.ri will t:il" 'lac 3 Sunday,
but the time an'! other arrangements
will not be ':nov r. i.ntil tomorrow
Mrs. Colbert leaves her husband, a
son and daughter, her aged father
and unnun beifd fr .k1s to mourn her
passing.
THE NFW GOODYEAR
CROSS RIB TIRE
No new Hne of tiros brevrht out in
recent yea 3 h;v; r.-.ti with the instan instantaneous
taneous instantaneous reception that was accorded
to the crc-.s--b co -d tire recently
placed on tile market by the Goodyear
Tire & Rubber Co., as a companion
line to its famous all-weather tread,
reports M McT.eod, of Mcecd S S-Waters,
Waters, S-Waters, Goodyear dealers, on Osceola
street. The new thes have made quite
a hit, he says.
Mr. McLeod says; "A good coid tire
is the last word in tires. A good cord
tire is the best tire that can be built.
And so the ero.-s-rib cord was brought
out at popular nnc-is and is proving a
boon to thousands of car owners. The
tread design in the cross-rib cord is a
good secon 1 to the all-weather tread
in gripping unction qualities.
"The tread rubber is of a tough,
slow-wearing : tc1- that should g'"?
excellent mileage. As a matter of fact
the mileage per dollar o; the final
price of the ti:v will be found to be
about the san.'' -s t:o ali-woather.
That is, while the consigner makes n
smaller original investment in buying
a cross-rib, he -;cts as much tire serv service
ice service per dollar as in the cast of the all all-weather
weather all-weather tread cord. The two lines of
tires simply occupy different price
levels, eacU bo:ng a quality tire in its
own level."
OIL GAVE OUT AT
THE CITY PLANT
City light and power current was
discontinue! entirely f"r a'out two
hours yesterday afternoon when the
oil fuel supply at the nlant ran low.
The main tank became empty and the
valve was opened to the reserve tank;
but the oil in the reserve tank which
had not been used for about two
years, had become 50 havy that the'
pumps would r.ot lift and tho fires!
under the boilers went out. Manager
McKenzie mixed kerosene with the
heavy oil and heated it until it was
light enough for the-pumps to take
and then service Trrs rc?umed. Last
night a car of oil arrived to relieve
shortage. This car was three days
lar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

Fire Threatens the Old City With
Destruction Many Naturalized
Americans Missing

Smyrna, Sept. 15 Fire which
started in the Armenian quarter of
Smyrna yesterday afternoon had
spread early this morning to the
Turkish sections of the city and was
making rapid headway. The entire
European section is in ashes and
countless thousands are homeless.
There were hundreds of casualties
among persons who were caught in
the sections where the flames spread
with the greatest rapidity. Fourteen
naturalized Americans are missing
but all American born have been ac
counted for. Ten of them are in the
suburbs with American and Turkish
guards.
THE MASTER MIND
IS MUCH BEMUSSED
Jacksonville, Sept. 15. L. P. Par-
tee, alleged master mind in recent
dynamite plots here, under questions
by representatives of the department
of justice vehemently denied all
knowledge or connection with the
crimes. Partee was implicated by
Otis Pearson.
SIGNED UP ON THE CENTRAL
New York, Sept. 15. The entire
New York Central railroad system
signed an agreement with conductors
and trainmen covering working con
ditions and wages, for one year be
ginning September 20th.
PENNSY IN PERIL
Washington, Sept. 15. A hurried
conference between officials of the de
partment of labor and general chair chairman
man chairman of the brotherhood of railroad
clerks, freight handlers, ticket sellers
and other leaders was held today at
the labor department in an effort to
avert a strike among such employes
on the Pennsylvania railroad.
SWAN SONG BAND CONCERT
Ought to Come Off this Evening
This is a free gratis concert. City
officials please note. Come out and at attend
tend attend this concert. It won't cost any anything.
thing. anything. 1. March, B. Goldman, "Why Pay
More" to the band.
Waltz, "Efficiency," dedicated to
the efficient manner the Board of
Trade has almost fulfilled its con contract
tract contract with the band.
Overture,' "Our City Manager."
This will be cut short in the same
manner the eight hundred dollar
band appropriation was cut to buy
office equipment, or was it book
lets?
Gallop DeWitt Griffin, "Let's Gal
lop Back With the Contributions."
This number is hot.
o.
Overture, "Rip Van Winkle Had
the Right Idea." Dedicated to our
city administration.
Recess. Mayor Peek will pronounce
me nana oosequies. mat is, n we
can get him. You know Doc is a busy
man.
b For this number we are going to
try to get liuke to sing, it is a
pathetic ballad entitled, "She Did
Her Durndest," dedicated to A. E
Gerig.
7.
Our next is a jazz number entitled
Dr. Henry says "Give the People
What They Want, But a Thousand
Attending Band Concerts Means
Nothing in My Young Life."
This is dedicated and written ex exclusively
clusively exclusively for S. H. Martin, en entitled
titled entitled "I Don't Want It, I Won't
Have It." The people turn out to
band concerts because they don't
know as much as I know.
Dedicated to L. H. Chazal.
A safe hit right off the bat, "We
May Support a Hat Band." Writ Written
ten Written for C. G. Rose.
Popular, "We'll Save the Two
Thousand and Buy a Coupla
Bricks."
It is customary to play the Star
Spangled Banner at the close of a
concert, but somehow this doesn't
seem appropriate so we are going
to ask W. R. Pedrick to pronounce
the benediction.
9.
10.
11.
12.
The band intended to give a free
concert tonight, but was offered good
money to play at Williston instead.
.
BASEBALL ACCOUNTS
Any one having accounts
against the Ocala Baseball As As-Asociation
Asociation As-Asociation for this season must
present them by September 15,
at which time all accounts will
be settled. C. G. ROSE,
12-2t President.

British Admiral Had to Threaten
Turks at Smyrna With
Bombardment

London, Sept. 15. From one thou
sand to two thousand Christians were
massacred in Smyrna by the Turks
before the fire which swept the Ar Armenian
menian Armenian and other quarters of the Asia
Minor seaport recently evacuated by
the Greek army, it is charged in a
semi-official dispatch from Athens to
day. Among other outrages was the
carrying off of many girl pupils of
the American girls college, it is al
leged. A considerable share of the
property loss from fire, the total of
which is estimated at $75,000,000, fell
upon American firms.
ENGLAND ALWAYS MEANS IT
London, Sept. 15. The admiral
commanding the British squadron at
Smyrna warned the Turkish authori authorities
ties authorities in the city that if the massacres
continued, the Turkish quarters would
be bombarded, says an Exchange Tel Telegraph
egraph Telegraph dispatch from Athens.
DISCUSSING THE DIFFICULTY
London, Sept. 15. The British cab cabinet
inet cabinet has been summoned for this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon with the principal object a
discussion of the near eastern tangle.
ADVICE TO RADIO FANS
Weather Bureau Office,
Jacksonville Sept. 15.
Editor Star: The growing import importance
ance importance and the increasing demand for
the radio telephone service, as it re relates
lates relates to the daily routine of the busi business
ness business world, suggests that some col collective
lective collective effort be made by communities
or municipalities to the end that a
wider field be served, namely, the
farmer, fruit and truck grower. At
present tne uroan business man re
ceives market and other reports hour
ly, and arrangements are made to
that end without difficulty, but many
farmers, fruit and truck growers en
joy no such timely information be
cause, forsooth, they are not inclined,
or not able, to incur the expense as
individuals. Such pm-ations can be
circumvented if communities and mu municipalities
nicipalities municipalities realized their indebtedness
to him who digs our living out of the
soil.
I would suggest that communities
or even cross-roads settlements con
sider themselves as a unit, and, as
such, pro rate the cost of a radio out outfit,
fit, outfit, purchase and install the same at
some cenvenient center. For the pur
pose, the school house, generally a
commodious building, would meet the
needs of the occasion. At the proper
hour the assembled purchasers or sub
scribers to the radio equipment could
enjoy the news that would reach them
through the medium of the invisible
wire.
Asiae irom special concerts and
other features largely touched upon
by the daily press, farmers, truckers
and fruit growers would receive the
latest weather forecast vital infor
mation to each class of our citizens
which embraces all warnings of frosts
and cold waves. It is fortunate, too
that atmospheric conditions are much
better for the transmission of radio
messages during the winter than dur
ing the summer, and this fact should
appeal to those who give thought to
this suggestion.
Most towns in Florida many with
several thousand population, have no
telegraphic facilities after 6 p. m
Such condition argues strongly that
the municipality provide for the
radio equipment. What better return
could be made the people for their
high taxes than to provide for the
pleasant and profitable diversion indi
cated herein? Socialism, did you say?
Then, more strength to its arm. So
cialism is a political huckster, made
to do duty only too frequently against
the people's interest.
Elaboration of the suggestion here
in is unnecessary. The numerous elec
trical houses in Tampa and Jackson
ville, and the other Florida cities, can
readily supply all demands for radio
equipments. The expense per capita
for a community would not exceed SI;
and any municipality could incur the
expense without taxing the exchequer.
A. J. Mitchell.
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, Sept. 13. Mr. Harry J.
McCully has the registration book for
our precinct and Mr. McCully will be
at home to the voters each Tuesday
and Saturday until October 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Potts of Emath Emath-la
la Emath-la were Sunday visitors.
Mr. Loonis Blitch left Monday for
Ocala.
Miss Eleanor Buffington is on the
sick list.
Miss Mabel Hendrix of Fort Meade
is visiting her parents here.

Several Big Railway Systems Balk At
Warfield Plan to End
The Strike

Chicago, Sept. 15. Refusal by a
number of the country's largest rail railway
way railway systems to enter into the War-field-Williams-Jewell
plan for ending
the shopmen's strike on a basis of
separate individual agreements de developed
veloped developed an element of considerable
uncertainty today over the scope and
effectiveness of the program. "While
some of the larger systems flatly re rejected
jected rejected the plan, others, however, no
tably the Chicago & Northwestern
and the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
aul, virtually completed arrange
ments for restoring the strikers at
once to tneir lormer johs under the
terms of the separate settlement plan.
ERRY
AND JONES
BUY ANOTHER PAPER
Pensacola, Sept. 15. The Pensacola
ournal has been sold by Mrs. Lois
Mays to John II. Perry, president of
the American Press Association, and
Plrtov1 T li-v"i? Tr.nac r 4-Y r
ulsa, Okla.. Tribune and the Jack
sonville Journal. Mrs. Mays has con
ducted the paper since her husband's
death, eight years ago.
FORD STANDING PAT
Detroit, Sept. 15. In response to
questions concerning conflicting ru
mors in regard to the closing of the
motor plants here tomorrow, the per
sonal secretary of Henry Ford issued
the following statement: "Mr. Ford's
statement of several weeks ago that
le would close all plants September
lf-'th stands. I believe he has made no
statement to the contrary and if he
!i:.s new plans he surely would issue
statement."
WEDDING INVITATION
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. N. P.
Davis have received the following in
vitation:
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Piatt Davis
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their sister
Mary Elizabeth
to
Mr. Charles Guy Miller
on Thursday afternoon, the twenty-
eighth of September
one thousatid nine hundred and
twenty-two at four o'clock
First Presbyterian church
Ocala, Florida.
IN MEMORIAM
Bernice McBride Clark was born in
January, 1893. In August, 1910, she
was married to Ernest P. Clark, then
of Morriston. Two years and a half
ago they moved to Juliette. On Aug.
23, 1922, Mrs. Clark passed away, and
on the afternoon of the same day she
was buried in the cemetery at Pleas
ant Hill, Rev. R. A. Guy conducting
the services.
She leaves a husband and three
children, Harold, Hazel and Hilda
She was a niece of Mrs. J. B. George
of Morriston, and Mrs. Florence E.
George of Clearwater.
She was a faithful member of the
Methodist church at Morriston. She
was a warm-hearted neighbor, a true
and loval friend and a devoted wife
and mother. She was ever known
among her acquaintances and friends
for the noble charity which led her to
pass by the faults of others and to
see and to speak of only their virtues.
Her pleasant home was always hos
pitably open, and she was ready to
share it, not only with friends, but
with "the stranger within the gates.
Wherever she was known she was
loved, and she will be missed by many,
One Who Knew and Loved Her.
Williston, Fla., September 13.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Sept. 15. Quite a num number
ber number from here spent the past week end
at Daytona Beach. In the party were
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Squires and chil children,
dren, children, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Martin and
children and Miss Lillie Sue Clayton
of Ocala. They reported a pleasant
time.
There have been several orange
buyers in our burg this week, but not
many oranges have been sold.
Messrs. Albert and Henry Fort left
Tuesday for New Smyrna, Cocoa and
Vero, where they will spend several
days.
Mr. J. P. Galloway of Ocala spent
Sunday here, the guest of Mr. Albert
Fort.
Supt. H. G. Shealy of Ocala, was in
our vicinity Monday.
Shoemaker says President Harding
has perfect feet. But the public is
more interested in the other end of

a president. New York American.

Has
Atlantic City, Sept. 15. The execu executive
tive executive council of the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor will today attack the
controversy between the brotherhoods
of carpenters, joiners and sheet metal
workers which it is declared by fed federation
eration federation chiefs, threatens a nation-wide
tie-up of building construction.
FATE IN PURSUIT
OF MISS KATE FLYNN
Miami, Sept. 15. The victim of her
third accident since coming to Miami
a year ago, Miss Kate Flynn, a school
teacher of Chicago, is in the city hos hospital
pital hospital as the result of being struck
last night by a passenger train engine
at a street crossing. She was watch watching
ing watching a freight train near the crossing
and failed to see the other engine ap approaching.
proaching. approaching. t
THE PREACHER SWUNG
THE MURDERER OFF
Fort Madison, Iowa, Sept. 15.
Eugene Weeks, convicted murderer,
was hanged at noon today by Rev.
Winifred Robb, sheriff at Des Moines.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, Sept. 14. Miss Clara
Ledbetter called on relatives in Ox
ford Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips returned to-
turned to West Palm Beach Wednes
day after a short visit with Mrs.
Freer.
Mr. Therman R. Bisbee of Jackson
ville, was through here Wednesday.
His friends were glad to see him once
more.
Miss Sallie Ledbetter of Oxford,
visited Miss Ulara Liedbetter, her
aunt, here a few days last week.
Mr. Loris Martin of West McHenry,
111., came in Wednesday to spend the
winter. His father, Mr. F. E. Martin,
expects to leave soon for Illinois for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sumner and
family are in Parrish this week visit visiting
ing visiting relatives and friends.
The Epworth League enjoyed a
baked bean social at the home of
Katherine and Phillip Feuchester last
Wednesday evening.
Mr. John T. Hames and sons, Free
man and Tom, are at work for Milton
Albertson at Weirsdale this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas returned
home last week from a visit in Lake
land.
Mrs. John T. Hames arrived home
Thursday afternoon from Gaffney, S.
C.
We are sorrry to report that Mrs.
O S. Shade and Mrs. Henry Shaw
have been on the sick list. They are
better at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Freeman Jr. of
West Palm Beach, are spending a
few days with Mr. J. A. Freeman and
other relatives here.
Rex, Nichols and Tom Hames took
a flying trip to New Smyrna last
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. French, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Pratt
and Mrs. Hanson Hilton, visited Mr.
and Mrs. George in Lowell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Winters B. Hames are
the proud parents of a baby boy born
Sunday, Sept. 10th. Weight, seven and
a half pounds.
Miss Helen Brown of Ocala was
home a few days last week.
School starts here next Monday,
September 18th, with Miss Humble as
teacher.
Mr. Crosby has recently purchased
the pretty and attractive Miller cot cottage.
tage. cottage. We are sorry to lose the Ledbetter
family from our midst. They leave
Thursday for Eustis, where Miss
Clara will teach school this term.
CALVARY
Calvary, Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs.
Georere Buhl are reioicmg over the
arrival of a fine son, born Friday.
Mr. T. B. Barnes is on the sick list
this week. We wish for him a speedy
recovery.
Miss Jessie Morrison and Miss
Louise Moxley were visiting Miss
Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Morrison last Sunday.
Would like for some one to send the
soap nut recipe for making soap from
the nuts to the Star as I am one of
its readers.
Speaking of good roads, we are all
proud of good roads, but we do think
it is a shame how the automobile peo people
ple people kill the stock and cripple it up so.
No statesman nowadays will an announce
nounce announce where he stands on a public
question till he takes a hasty glance'
. V T-k" M- ".T Tf 1

American Federation of Labor
Another Row Among Its
Own Members

at the Literary Digest. New York ; the boys who put the rouble in roa roa-Tribune.
Tribune. roa-Tribune. bl&, Nashville Southern Lumberman.

A Cheerful Prediction Made by Cali Cali-fornia
fornia Cali-fornia Engineers Regarding
Argonaut Miners

Jackson, Calif., Sept. 15. L. H.
Duschak, consulting chemical engi engineer
neer engineer of the California industrial acci
dent commission, today issued a sign
ed statement predicting that the forty forty-seven
seven forty-seven miners entombed for eighteen
days in the Argonaut mine would be
found alive.
DIRIGIBLE ON ITS
WAY
TO DAYTON
Akron, O., Sept. 15. The dirigible
C-2 left the station here this morning
for Dayton. It landed safely here
yesterday afternoon.
ANTHONY
Anthony, Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Gardner and Miss Ora Moore
are visiting relatives in Tampa,
Mrs. J. M. Gates arrived home last
week from Tennessee, where she has
been visiting her son, Mr. Mongrief
Gates, and family.
Miss Marguerite Plummer returned
home Tuesday of last week from a
wek spent in Bushnell, the guest of
Mrs. Hughes.
Mr. Xavier Adams of Sumica is
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. H. Press Press-ley.
ley. Press-ley. Mr. Leon Stewart came home last
week from a few weeks visit with
relatives in Plymouth, Ross and
Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gates moved last
wek to the home owned by Mrs. Mc-
Daniel, formerly occupied by Mr. M.
M. Blessing and family.
Mr. Charles Baker spent several
days last week the guest of Miss Hat
tie Milligan, leaving for his home in
Jacksonville Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Leitner of Lake
Wales, spent Sunday in Anthony,
Miss Helen Connell, who has been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Leitner, came
up with them.
Mr. Holmes Baskin and Mr. Dan
Boon left Sunday for Mr. Boon's home
in Miami.
Mrs. J. A. Perkins of Ocala arrived
Monday for a visit of a few days with
relatives here.
Mr. J. D. Strange has returned
home from his vacation and resumed
his duties at the depot. Mr. Wilbur
Whitlock, who relieved Mr. Strange,
has returned to his home in Tampa.
Mrs. A. M. Boone, after several
weeks spent with relatives here, left
Monday for her home in Miami. Miss
Lillian Baskin accompanied her home
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wood, after a
few days spent with Mrs. Wood's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McQuaig,
left Monday for their home in Dun-
nellon.
Miss Elizabeth Walsh of Savannah,
arrived Tuesday and is the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. E. C. Beuchler, at the
Anthony Farms.
Mr. Otha Jones left for Miami
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Baskin and
Mrs. R. A. Baskin left Wednesday for
a few days stay in Plymouth and Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. Miss Carolyn Pasteur, who is teach teaching
ing teaching in Weirsdale, spent Saturday and
Sunday at home.
Miss Alma Priest left Wednesday
for Tallahassee, where she will attend
school this winter.
Miss Mary Jackson of Bartow left
Monday for her home after a visit
with her grandfather, Mr. W. B.
Milligan, and family.
Revival services are being held at
the Baptist church, conducted by Rev.
J. C. Boatwright, assisted by Rev. E.
D Boyer of Lawtey. Some very in interesting
teresting interesting sermons are being enjoyed
by those attending.
The remains of Mr. Coney Hatha Hathaway
way Hathaway were laid to rest in the Anthony
cemetery Monday of last week. He
was a good Christian and his friends
deeply regretted to learn of his death.
The sympathy of every one is extend
ed to his grief stricken relatives.
The pretty new school building is
completed and will soon be dedicated dedicated-Mr.
Mr. dedicated-Mr. Earl C. Boyd killed a large
bird. Some say it is a hawk and
others pronounced it an eagle. It
measured four feet nine inches from
tip to tip.
Mr. Ben Wiley of Georgia is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Russell.
Tuesday was cemetery day. The
cemetery was worked and the work workers
ers workers were remarded by a fine dinner
spread by the ladies in a wood nearby.
Mr. J. M. Gates was there with a nice
supply of stew, which was so good
that those who could eagerly called
for the second tray to be filled.
From a financial stanapoint, Lenme
and Trotzky might referred to as

Most Active Member of the Salvation

Army Seems to Have Displeased
Higher-Ups
New York, April 15, Exnnuimi
of regret at the removal of Command
er Evangeline tfootn as head of the
Salvation Army of America at a date
yet to be tixed today were univefsaL
Miss Booth received notice tt
impending removal thru a radiogram
messaee from Brother General Rmm-
well Booth, supreme head of the or organization
ganization organization with headquarters in Lon
don.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
There will be a membership meet
ing at the First Christian church this
evening at 7:30. Every member is
urged and expected to be present, as
ther is important business. If any
reports have not been handed-in by
secretaries and treasurers of differ
ent departments, don't fail to be pres present
ent present and bring full reports.
Chas. H. Trout, Pastor.
The friends of Mr. W. W. Harriss
will be glad to hear that he is -im
proving from his recent' illness and
that tomorrow he expects to leave for
Hot Springs, where he hopes to rapidly
regain his health.
The Star sanctum was brightened
by a visit today from Miss Myrtice
Rush of Mcintosh. Miss Rush has
lost her frat pin. Anybody finding it
will please leave it with Jeweler Sam
T. Wilson.
Sugar cured hams, picnic hams 22
cents per pound at the U-SERVE
STORES. 15-2t
Get your advertising copy in early
for Dollar Days, September 19 and 20.
The Gift Shop is already preparing
for the fall and holiday trade by add adding
ing adding more shelf and counter space. The
new goods, have already begun to ar arrive
rive arrive and on the already crowded
shelves there was no place to pat the
new goods, so additional room had to
be provided for the new stock.8
HIGH SCHOOL BOOKS. We are
ready to fill your orders for high
school books. Please secure them this
week in order to avoid congestion on
the day of school opening. THE
BOK SHOP. 13-4t
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
Today will see the finish of the as asphalt
phalt asphalt block laying on Lake Weir ave avenue.
nue. avenue. As soon as the weather permits
rolling the street from 'the South
Fifth street corner to the end of the
pavement the street will be opened to
traffic. All the work except the roll rolling
ing rolling is finished but the weather con continues
tinues continues so damp that the street cannot
be rolled.
Eight pounds of sugar for 60 cents
with a dollar purchase of other groc groceries
eries groceries Saturday only at the O. K." Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Self Serve Store. 16-2t
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson of
Tampa are expected in Ocala this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. They will return home to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, taking with them Clifford,
Arthur and Mary Eleanor, who have
been f-pending the summer with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. k. u.
Anderson Sr. J :
OBELISK FLOUR Saturday only,
12 Bounds 69c. TEAPOT SELP
SERVE.'
15-2t
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrin of Dade
Pitw etrtrmod in town last night, to
w7 wjXr
visit Mrs. Merrin's father, Mr. John
M
Martin. They were on tneir way
home from Gainesville, where they at attended
tended attended the meeting of county agents
at the University of Florida yester-
day.
Will take pupils in violin, piano and
voice with theory lessons free. Terms
reasonable. Will offer classes in his his-tory
tory his-tory of music, sight stngicg, dictation
and ear training for small fee. Special
attention given out of town pupils.
Write cr caH on Cevie Roberts, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 305. 15-tf
Miss Ullainee Barnett has accepted
a rvncifirai fit the BoOk'Shor.
. wuug
Mrs. Wayne Ten Eyck's place. Mr.
and Mrs. Ten Eyck expect tar leave
Ocala shortly.
OBELISK FLOUR Saturday only
12 Bounds 69c; TEAPOT- crT ri

aj iff
SERVE. 15-2t
Dollar Days Sept 19 and 20. '



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1922

I

rafcUak4 Ever? Day Except Saada? r

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA. FLORIDA
H. J.' BlttlBKcr, Preataeat
D- LeaTeazo. Vlec-Prealdeat

J H. Beajamla, Editor

. Entre at Oc'alaC Flal, postoffica as

.TOiw-cutii matter.
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aataeaa Offtee r. ; Flre-Oi

ptrua Jmartmeat Twa-Serea

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star Sept. 15, 1902)
The Wheeler-McKean Lumber Com Company,
pany, Company, composed of Wm. T. Wheeler

and Geo. R. McKean, is the latest ad-

idition to the Ocala business frater-

llflQln rirnninn Clnn another enforcement officer, who was

VF IsUlO V ilXllU Oldl concerned in the affair, were set free
1, Ion a rather liht bond bv the federal

judge in Jacksonville, showing that

the judge did not consider the evi

dence against them very strong

They will be tried in the federal

court, prosecuted by the state authori-!

ties and defended by the federal dis-j This morning at

trict attorney, mere is one imng

certain about thi3 affair and that i3

that Gay, who is only twenty-three

year3 old, is entirely too young and

inexperienced a man to be given such

an office. It is alleged that Gay trap

ped Givens into trying to sell him

Member associated press wmsicy, ana tnen tnea to arrest iv-

Tii'ltii,t. p.... 1. .ToiiiiioirUns for selling. Such conduct in an

ntltltd for ths iim fnr Tannhllrstinn of I tr i 3: i.LI.

all toawa tii.n.VZZ :r..; t; i7 n, T,nt i omcer woum De very aisrepuiaoie

luirwui credited in tuia paper and ine prohibition enforcement autnon-V-r-.
locl new. published herein. .. eV,r.,lU nf arnTjnv

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5

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DOOR i

Geo. MacKay I Co.

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OCKLAWAHA VALLEY
RAILROAD COMPANY

I i THE SILVER SPRINGS ROUTE

erter

Fire-Oaa

Ail rlKhta of renuhlteatlon of anecial ties in t londa

A t . - r

HKtea OereJn are also reserved.

DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION RATES
year, in advance $6.00
Threa month, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1-50
One jnonth, in advance 80

such

tics.

men nor countenance such tac-

EIGHT YEARS AGO

. ADVERTISING RATES

Sept. 15, 1914. Dispatch from Ber-

Biui... ti.. 1 fnr nn says berman government aenies

consecutive Insertions. Alternate Loser- A Hips have wnn nnv viftnrips.

i vii.u per cent additional, composi-

At the

tlon charges on ads. that run less than same time, Germans complain bitterly

cents per inen. wcMof conduct of French-African troops

OSltlttn 2S oinl aldl tiiynaL Rates

ieg on iour-lnch minimum, uess idb towara wounaea ana prisoners.

fOBB laches will take a higher rate,

;wUl be furnished upon application.

' Raadtaa- Xatlceai Five cenU per line
tor first Insertion; three cents per line
tor teach subsequent Insertion. One

chance a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.

Serbs took Visegrad from Austrians.
Austrians claim to have repelled
Serbian invasion.
Cossack cavalry reached the Hun

garian border.

Jesse James was emblematic of a

crncA ad

. , oo. crude age when robbery and arson ran
rice in the world, nor never so few j J

people taking it.

riot. Yet Jesse James was a mere
imitation to modern gunmen that
have steadily torn our nation's morals

. . v: to shreds in the past three years. The
but what Georgians see in his op- .

bui 111115 Jviiib rj 1 v. ivuuu 111 xiaii o

ponent puzzles us.
tr-

It is better to believe in a glorious
lie than to pickle your soul with a
dirtyr stinking little truth.

I minds, in a community's awakening,

and if this spirit of reformation al

ready started in Orlando spreads as

fast in other places as it is spreading
here there will be a rule of order and

Tt rw Anuria. He law that wil1 sweeP evil before lt

robaWy think, it look, like the demo- W!-

cratic yote
election.

in

v,. iof r.rPsiHpntial pwtol-toter, the law-breaker, the

nic r 1 1, n 1 1 j j .v

ciuui, me nuutn iiuuiiu, anu uie crim

inal beneath it. Orlando Sentinel

A ; at : j 1

It V, tint rnthPr ""'"'"6 c.mai; jjuui.si.cu

particular, people like Gene Debs 'n11y0Ur1in:n? Clumrls' t?6.1?8
1A f 00- : a. fellow killed in your bailiwick didn't

open; air.

have any gun.

If the average man used his head

half as much as the woodpecker uses
his, there would be more progress in

this world.

We have never heard it stated that

Henry Ford plays poker, but it is ob

vious that he knows how to bluff at

the psychological moment.

We can't afford to buy those bright,

The Manatee River Journal says:

TU A J A

which is up for the consideration of
the voters at the coming election is
a measure that the people should ap

prove. It was the best measure that
could be passed at the last session and

provides a means of calling the legis legislature
lature legislature back in session as soon as they
adjourn, if they fail to pass a new ap apportionment
portionment apportionment bill. It will give a much

... , 1 j 1a.11 ci ouuuinuiniiciii man 1.11c uieseiii,
witty editorials from the canning fac- .
. . 1 j irt4- rt apportionment, and provides that that
tory, but we've ordered a lot of them ,. , ..
. . on im apportionment shall be made effective
in plate matter at 20 cents a column. 1QOQ . .

Ill A. J J. iifCI V VUbCl w uu ia 1JJ 1 1 1 11L

for fair play should vote for this

amendment at the November election."

Up. to the last reports, the scrip scriptures
tures scriptures now being printed in some

dailies are read less than any other

part of the papers except the edi
torials.

Elsewhere we print the program

of a burlesque band concert, which is

supposed to be given this evening.
After looking it over, we can't
help saying that it is the most at

tractive appearing band program that

that
will

attract the biggest crowd that has
AITttt 4-11 r-i y-J M4- 4- XV 1 A.

Some people see in the nomination I"11 .uul u"1 d" e"c-
a- n Prominent in the audience will be

Times-Union says it looks like no

body but a governor can stop Jack
Dempsey. Four years ago any Ger

man .boy recruited from the primary

school could have stopped Jack, and P"ntf.d' &"d
we don't believe he is very brave now. rt gen reallty

Harding. The president is no pet of the members of the city government

ours, but any man low down enough to

10 o'clock Rev

Howard Dutill joined in the holy bonds

of matrimony Mr. Joseph Dennison, in
the employ of Hall Bros., near Martel,
and Miss Buena Wright of Ocala.
Died, at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Sim Dillard of Summerfield, our
venerable and well beloved fellow
citizen, W. V. Newsom Sr.
Mr. J. M. MefFert and family re

turned this afternoon from Seabreze,

where they have been for the past five

weeks. Mrs. L. R. Chazal and family!
will return tomorrow and Mrs. E. C.
Smith and children will remain until j

October 5th.
Married, Monday night, at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Pillans of Electra, Mis3
Florence Edith Pillans to Mr. John S.
Martin of Moss Bluff.

Mr. Moses Liddell left today for

Macon, Ga., to take a business course
at the Georgia-Alabama Business

College.

Dr. D. M. Smith, who has been con

fined to his bed for the past two or
three weeks, is able to sit up today.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Sept. 15, 1912)
Miss Ethel Haycraft left this morn

ing for Gainesville, Ga., to resume her

studies at Brenau College.
Miss Annie Mae Williams, who ha3

been spending the summer writh her
aunt, Mrs. H. C. Dozier, left today for

Rock Hill, S. C, to resume her studies
there.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Marlin are re

joicing over the arrival of a little boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin spent all last

winter at the Arms House. Mrs. Mar

lin is with her mother in Pennsvl-

vania.

Mr. Harvey Clark has a most de

cided talent m penmanship. One of

his accomplishments is to write his

name backward, and he is seriously
considering signing his checks and let

ters that way.

A card from Councilman L. W. Du Duval
val Duval at Dawson Springs, Ky., says that
he is enjoying his vacation -very much

and is improving from his recent ill
ness.

Miss Musie Bullock left this morn morning
ing morning for Tallahassee, where she will

enter the State College for Women

Mr. Rolla Geiger, formerly of Ocala

but now of Oviedo, and Miss Clara
Waldron, of Bay Lake, were married

by Judge Lyles yesterday in his office

They left last night for St. Peters

burg and Tampa.

Mr. L. R. Chazal left last night on

a business trip to Jacksonville and

the mines. Last week Mr. Chaza

loaded 3500 tons of phosphate on the

Bratsburg, a big Norwegian steamer.

which sailed for Roterdam with 6300

tons of exports on board.

Mr. William Anderson, who has

been with the Southern Express Com

pany during vacation, left today for

Atlanta, where he will enter Georgia

Tech.

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood, Dr. Van

Hood and Major T. C. Hall and Miss

Beulah Hall are preparing to leave on

their auto trip early Wednesday

morning.

Ocala, Fla.

nKaJtiHLfl a

HIGH GRADE PAINT

A i ft.

i Fastest and Most Direct Root

Between
PALATKA and OCALA

Automobile
Repairing
While we do all kinds of re repair
pair repair work on cars and trucks, we
make a specialty of Reboring
Cylinders, Welding, Valve Grind Grinding
ing Grinding and Electrical Work.
WILLIAMS GARAGE
Phone 597 Night Phone 408

DAILY AND SUNDAY SERVICF
Leave Palatka daily 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala daily 11:00 A. M.

OUR PHONES
243 and 174

YOURS FOR SERVICE

COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

L?ave Ocala daily 12:45 PJI.
Arrive Palatka daily 3:45 P. M.
Making connection with all Atlantic

Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line aft-!

ernon trains at Ocala, and all Florida
East Coast and Atlantic Coast Line
afternoon trains at Palatka.
Effective September 14th, 1922

endorse Lafollette couldn t in our

opinion, rebuke a scavenger.
i

If they are going to threaten the
state road department with political
influence there is a ridge down the
center jof the Florida peninsula, from
the .Georgia line to Okeechobee that

polls t about 40 per cent of the white

vote of the state.

and we feel justified in saying they

will carry out their parts in the

program and chip in generously when

the hat was passed.

How happy our eastern cousins
would: be if they only had Florida's
thousands of acres of cord wood to

cnt-Times-Union.

How unhappy we would be if they
had. We are cutting them too fast

ourselves.

The shooting of Harry Givens, al-

, leged bootlegger, by Lloyd J. Gay,
: prohibition enforcement officer, in Or Orlando
lando Orlando a few days ago seems to have
put the state and federal authorities
in opposition to each other. Gay and

Several of our exchanges have been
speculating on what would be the re

sult if farmers should strike. No use
to worry. Farmers are not going to
strike. They are too good citizens as
a rule to get mixed up in strikes and
lockouts. Generally speaking the

farming class is hard-working, honest
and patriotic. They are the mainstay

of the nation. Winter Park Chief.

This is another proof of the fact
that homely men generally write good

sense.

What has become of the old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned modest girl who used to retire
to the privacy of her "boudoir" to do

her primping? St. Petersburg Inde

pendent.

The more they stay in the open air,

the more healthy they are.

MICK1E SAYS

WACAHOOTA

nooe Fea-ov paper. Ness!a

Sept. 14. Miss Thelma Curry re

turned last week from a few days

visit to Gainesville.

Miss Lucile Bradley is spending a
week in Gainesville, going home with

her uncle, Mr. L. D. Smith and family

Miss Eloise Ramsey, one of Gaines

ville's attractive young ladies, spent

Thursday with Mrs. R. P. Smith.

Ine men in our community spent
last Thursday working on our tele

phone line.

Mr. Johnnis Tyson, jr. left Friday
for Mose Haven. He accompanied

Mr. G. W. Bradshaw home.

Rev. Guy, of Williston, filled his

regular appointment here Sunday

afternoon.

Mr. Mike Clancey and sister Miss
Lona and Mrs. Reddick attended ser services
vices services here Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. C. R. Curry left Monday to
open her school at Arredondo.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

South Lake Weir, Sept. 14. The
American Fruit Growers, Inc., have

built an addition to their packing

house here and already have received
two cars of crate material to begin to

put up fruit the first of October.

Rev. C. E. Alberson and wife have
returned from Daytona Beach, where

they have spent the last two weeks

Miss Cleo Whittaker of DeLand is

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Doug

las.

Mr. M. E. Albertson is having his

packing house fixed over and a largi

addition added. This year the fruit
will go to market in finer shape than

ever before, as the packing houses wi

be able to handle the fruit in better

shape.

Mrs. John Breathauer has returned
from Brooklyn, N. Y. She erports it

real hot up there, while it has been

quite comfortable here.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Mills have
motored to Albany, Ala. She expects
to be away about one month. While

they are up there they will be guest

of Mrs. Miller's mother.

The Christian Endeavor Society o:

Weirsdale will join the Lady Lake

and Fruitland park societies Thurs

day evening at Stanton and have

wiener roast and expect a good time

together.

The school truck started last Mon

day from this place to Weirsdale

There are eighteen children to go, this

year.

Walter A. Albertson returned last

Saturday from Sedgwick, Kan., where

ho had been for the summer.

FOR SALE TERMS

A TRUE RAT STORY

Auburntown. x. 6-22-22.

Stearns Electric Paste Co.,
Dear Sirs: Mr. Robert T. Donnell ot
Auburntown, came In our store
the other day and wanted something to
kill rats, so I sold him a box Stearns
Rat Paste. And he But some paste on

six biscuits that night and the next morn

ing he found fifty-lour big rats. And the
second night he put o.ut four more bis biscuits
cuits biscuits with paste on them, and the second
morning he found seventeen more rats,
making a total of seventy-one rats in
two nights, and there were lots more
that he did not flnd.-
This Is some big rat tale, but, never nevertheless,
theless, nevertheless, lt la so. Just thought would
write to let you know that your rat paste
la good.
Respectfully, KENNEDY BROTHERS.
Buy a 35c Box Today
Enough to Kill 50 to 100 Rats or Mka
Don't waste Ume trying to kill these pests
withnowders.ltauldsandotherexperlmental

preparations. Beady for rse Better Than

Traps, urug ana uenerai oiores k

STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE

PAINTING

BSIKo YOUR CARS AROUND
OR CALL US

PHONE 8

SPE1VCER-PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.

Florida Auto Supply Company
DISTRIBUTORS

h a oc t run t t tt tr w ppa tk tft tv

TIRES AND TUBE

Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 17500 miles; Cords, 10,000
miles. We make the adjustments.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
Phone 291
314-320 Main St. OCALA, FLA

LIST YOUR RENT APARTMENTS

All parties who have furnished or

unfurnished rooms and apartments

for rent, are requested to list same at
the Chamber of Commerce for the
convenience of tourists and winter
visitors. It will be appreciate' if
these lists are filed promptly. 12-Tu

SALT SPIES 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

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

Corn Flakes
three for

Jello 12c. package,
three for

25c
33c

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

PEERLES Butter,
per pound
One quart new honey,
per jar.'

45 c
65c

Post Toasties,
three for .

Premier Salad
Dressing
Uneedas,
three for

Octagon Soap,
three for. .

Senate Ccffee,
per pound.

Pint Jars Orange Marmalade

25c
43c
20c
20c
40c
40c

Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
PHONE 163

The new Qoodyear
Cross-Rib Tread Cord

A Remarkable New Cor

Tire at a Popular

Price

Here is a big, sturdy, long-wearing
new tire built to satisfy the
buyer on every point of mile mileage,
age, mileage, quality and price.
It is designed especially for the
man who wrants the essential
advantages of cord tire perform performance
ance performance at the lowest possible price.
It is designed to offer the buyer ;

quality product at a price even

lower than he has formerly paid

a"lona discount" tire. It has a different

tread from the famous Goodyear All All-Weather
Weather All-Weather Tread Cord a new tread with a
deep, clean-cut, cog -like pattern and its
selling price is substantially less.
This new tire is the Goodyear Cross -Rib
Tread Cord.

1 m-V7

L k J Li

tor WiW it is

4V-inch tire, for example, actu actually
ally actually measuring nearly 5 inches.
Like the All -Weather Tread
Cord, its foundation is genuine
high-grade long -staple cotton.
Like the All-Weather Tread

Cord, it embodies the efficient
group -ply construction, a Good-

ear patent.

ke the All-Weather Tread Cord,

the product of an experienced

company which has a world-wide

reputation to safeguard.
Look at the prices of the new Goodyear
Cross-Rib Tread Cord, listed belowl
Compare these prices with net prices you
are asked to pay for ''long-discount" tires
of unknown reputation and value.
Why take a chance on such tires? you
know it doesn't pay.

HIGH SCHOOL BOOKS

We are ready to fill your orders for
high school books. Please secure
them this week in order to avoid con congestion
gestion congestion on the day of school opening.
THE BOOK SHOP. 13-4t

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

Reo speed wagon, stake body, used
about three months. Price right. The
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Company.
Phone 8. 9-12-tf

NOTICE

We now have CERTO
SERVE STORES.

at

Like the All-WeatherTread Cord it is liber liberally
ally liberally oversize in all straight-side sizes, the

Compare these prices with NET prices you are asked to pay for ''long discount" tires
30x3H Clincher. ... $12.59 31x4 Straight Side $22.20 34x4 Straight SiJe $25.90 34x4; Straight Side $32.95
30x3 Straight Side $13.50 32x4 Straight Side $24-50 32x4 Straight Side $31.45 33x5 Straight Side $39.10
32x3 Straight Side $19.25 33x4 Straight Side $25.25 33x4; Straight Side $32.15 35x5 Straight Side $41.05
These prices include manufacturer's excise lax
Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord Tires are also made in 6, 7 end 8 inch sizes for trucks
FOR SALE BY
McLEOD & WATERS
CORNER OSCEOLA & FORT KING
For Prompt Road Service Phone 170 Studebaker Automobiles-International Trucks

the U-

13-3t

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

J



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1922

PALATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE
Leave Palalka 8:00 A U.
Arrive Ocala 12:00 M.
Leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Palalka 6:00 P. M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Roule via Anthony, Sparr,
CHra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Kodman.
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala. Fhone 527

Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
Sewing Machines Repaired
C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W T'.ro-4f1wav
tt
8
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANm BUILDER
Careful estimates ?r,aue on all con contract
tract contract work. Give? more and better
work for the m;ir,r-y than any other
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

To help promote good
health see that the articles
you use in your bakings
give you
Food containing gluten
which is vital to your vitality.
Gluten is the soul of flour
the real nutritive element
It is gluten that builds health,
strength, and makes robust children
and Healthy men and women.
Why take a chance on
losing the full value of this
gluten? Good, wholesome bak bakings
ings bakings can be made only from good
materiak no other way so use only
good baking powder and plain flour
for best results.
Don't use substitutes such as
self -rising flour, Cake Mixes,
and Egg Savers (so-called).
The safe course which is
pointed out to the family physi physician
cian physician is to recommend pure plain flour
and a baking powder of standard
cjuality, and to be especially watchful
in all cases of malnutrition tobe sure the
diet carries strength giving properties.
For best results use

Calumet Baking
good plain flour.

CLEAN
PAINT
TUNE

IF

We are equipped to give com complete
plete complete renovation and repair
service on your ear. We get it
ready for the road in jig time
and at low prices. AU expert
workmen.
GAS
OIL GREASE J
DIXIE HIGHWAY
GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
Ocala, Florida.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
SDSBKi
LIFE
FIRE
A. E GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT
AUTOMOBILE
UNU) SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following, schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished &3 information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;.m
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:21pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
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ross-Cut

By
Courtney Ryley
Cooper
Eltutration byR.B.Van Niem
OopTJln toj Uttla, Blows Oo.
CHAPTER XVII.
So this explained, after a fashion,
Harry's disappearance. This re revealed
vealed revealed why the search through the
mountains had failed. This
But Falrchlld suddenly realized that
now was not a time for conjecturing
upon the past. The man on the bed
was unconscious, incapable of helping
himself. Far below, ,a white-haired
woman, her toothless jaws uttering
one weird chant after another, was
digging for him a quicklime grave, in
the insane belief that she was aiding
In accomplishing some miracle of Im Immortality.
mortality. Immortality. In time and Fairchlld did
not know how long an ill-visaged,
scar-faced man would return to help
her carry the Inert frame of the un unconscious
conscious unconscious man below and bury it. Nor
could Fairchlld tell from the conver conversation
sation conversation whether he even intended to
perform the merciful act of killing the
poor, broken being before he covered
It with adds and quick-eating lime in
a grave that soon would remove all
vestige of human Identity forever.
Certainly now was not a time for
thought; it was one for action!
And for caution. Instinct told Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child that for the present, at least,
Rodalne must believe that Harry had
escaped unaided. There were too
many other things lh which Robert
felt sure Rodaine had played a part,
too many other mysterious happenings
which must be met and coped with,
before the man of the blue-white scar
could know that finally the underling
was beginning to show fight, that at
last the crushed had begun to rise.
Fairchlld bent and unlaced his shoes,
taking off also the heavy woolen
socks which protected his feet from
the biting cold. Steeling himself to
the ordeal which he must undergo, he
tied the laces together and slung the
footgear over a shoulder. Then he
went to the bed.
As carefully as possible, he wrapped
Harry in the blankets, seeking to pro protect
tect protect him in every way against the
cold. With a great effort, he lifted
him, the sick man's frame huddled In
his arms like some gigantic baby, and
started out of the eerie, darkened
house.
The stairs the landing the hall!
Then a query from below :
"Is that you, Roady?"
The breath pulled sharp into Fair Fair-child's
child's Fair-child's lungs. He answered in the
best imitation he could give of the
voice of Squint Rodalne:
"Yes. Go on with your digging,
Honey. I'll be there soon."
"And you'll kiss me?"
"Yes. Just like I kissed you the
night our boy was born."
It was sufficient. The chanting be began
gan began again, accompanied by the swish
of the spade as it sank into the earth
and the cludding roll of the clods as
they were thrown to one side. Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child gained the door. A moment more
and he staggered with his burden into
the protecting darkness of the night.
The snow crept about his ankles,
seeming to freeze them at every
touch, but Falrchlld did not desist. His
original purpose must be carried out
If Rodalne were not to know the ap appearance
pearance appearance that Harry had aroused him himself
self himself sufficiently to wrap the blankets
about him and wander off by himself.
And this could be accomplished only
by the pain and cold and torture of a
barefoot trip.
Some way, by shifting the bit; frame
of his unconscious partner now and
then. Fairchild made the trip to the
main road and veered toward the
pumphouse of the Diamond J. mine,
running as It often did without at attendance
tendance attendance while the engineer made a
trip with the electric motor into the
hill. Cautiously he peered through
the windows. No one was there. Be Beyond
yond Beyond lay warmth and comfort and a
telephone. Fairchlld went within and
placed Harry on the floor. Then he
reached for the phone and called the
hospital.
"Hello!" he announced in a husky,
disguised voice. "This is Jeb Oresharn
of Georgevllle. I've just found a mar
lying by the side of the Diamond J
pumphouse, unconscious, with a big
cut in his head. I've brought him In Inside.
side. Inside. You'll find him there; I've got
to go on. Looks like he's liable to die
unless you can send the ambulance for
him."
"We'll make it a rush trip." came
the answer, and Fairchild hung up the
phone, to rub his half-frozen, aching
feet a moment, then to reclothe them
in the socks and shoes, watching the
entrance of the Diamond J. tunnel a?
he did so. A long minute then he left
the pumphouse. made a few tracks ir
the snow around the entrance, nnc
walked swiftly down the road. Fiftees
minutes later, from a hiding place at
the side of the Clear creek bridge, he
saw the lights of the ambulance as it
swerved to the pumphouse. Out came
the stretcher. The attendants went in
search of the injured man. When they
j came forth again, they bore the form
of Harry Harkins. and the heart of
Fairchlld began to beat once more
with something resembling regularity.
His partner at least such was his
hope and his prayer was on the way
to aid and to recovery, while Squint
Rodaine would know nothing other
than that he had wandered away!
Grateful, lighter in heart than he had
been for days, Falrchlld plodded along
the road in the tracks of the ambu ambulance,
lance, ambulance, as it headed back for town.
The news already had spread by the
time he reached there; news travels
fast in a small mining camp. Fair Fair-Child
Child Fair-Child seSi to (fee hossitaL and to the

iae of tne cot where Harry bad been
tafcen, to find the doctor there before
him, already bandaging the wound on
Harry's head and looking with con concern
cern concern now and then at the pupils of
the unconscious man's eyes.
"Are you going to stay here with
Mm? the physician asked.
Tea," Falrchlld said, la spite of
aching fatigue and heavy eyes. The
doctor nodded.
"Good. I don't know whether he's
going to poll through or not Of

"I Don't Know Whether He's Going to
Pull Through or Net."
course, I can't say but it looks to me
from his breathing and his heart ac action
tion action that he's not suffering as much
from this wound as he is from some
sort of poisoning.
"We've given him apomorphlne and
it should begin to take effect soon.
We're using the batteries too. You
say that you're going to be here?
That's a help. They're shy a nurse on
this floor tonight, and I'm having a
pretty busy time of it. I'm very much
afraid that poor old Judge Richmond's
going to lay down his cross before
morning."
"He's dying?" Fairchild said It with
a clutching sensation at bis throat.
The physician nodded.
"There's hardly a chance for him.'
The physician went, and Fairchild
took his place beside the bed of the
unconscious Harry, his mind divided
between concern for his faithful part
ner and the girl who, some time In
the night, must say good-by forever to
the father she loved.
Judge Richmond was dying. What
would that mean? What effect would
it have upon the engagement of Anita
and the man Fairchlld hoped that she
detested? What then he turned at
the entrance of the interne with the
batteries.
"If you're going to be here all
night," said the white-coated lndi
vldual, "it'll help me out a lot If you'll
use these batteries for me. Put them
on at their full force and apply them
to his cheeks, his hands, his wrists and
the soles of his feet alternately. From
the way he acts, there's some sort of
morphinic poisoning. We cant tell
what it 19 except that it acts like a
narcotic. And about the only way we
can pull him out is with these appli applications."
cations." applications." The Interne turned over the bat batteries
teries batteries and went on about his work,
while Fairchild, hoping with his heart
that he had not placed an Impediment
in the way of Harry's recovery by not
telling what he knew of Crazy Laura
and her concoctions, began his task.
Midnight came and early morning.
With dawn, the figure on the bed
stirred slightly and groaned. Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child looked up, to see the doctor Just
entering.
"I think he's regaining conscious consciousness."
ness." consciousness." "Goog." The physician brought forth
his hypodermic "That means a bit ol
rest for me. A little shot In the arm,
and he ought to be out of danger in a
few hours."
Falrchlld watched him as he boiled
the needle over the little gas jet at
the head of the cot, then dissolved a
white pellet preparatory to sending a
resuscitory fluid Into Harry's arm.
"You've been to Judge Richmond's?"
he asked at last.
"Yes." Then the doctor stepped
close to the bed. Tve Just closed hia
eyes forever."
Ten minutes later, after another ex ex-aminatlon
aminatlon ex-aminatlon of Harry's pupils, he was
gone, a weary, tired figure, stumbling
home to his rest rest that might be
disturbed at any moment the reward
of the physician. As for Falrchlld. h
sat a long time In thought, striving to
find some way to send consolation to
the girl who was grieving now, strug struggling
gling struggling to figure a means of telling ha
that he cared, that he was sorry, and
that his heart hurt too. But there
was none.
Again a moan from the man on the
bed, and at last a slight resistance to
the sting of the batteries. An hour
passed, two; gradually Harry came to
himself, to stare about him In a won wondering,
dering, wondering, vacant manner and then to
fasten his eyes upon Falrchlld. He
seemed to be struggling for speech, for
co-ordination of idea Finally, after
many minutes
"That's you, Boy?"
"Yes, Harry."
"But where are we?"
"We're in a hospital, and you're
knocked out. Don't you know where
you've been?"
"I don't know anything since I slid
down the wall."
"Since vou what?"
But Harry had lapsed Into semi
consciousness again. Ana it was noi
until late in the night after the rescue,
following a few hours of rest forced
upon him by the interne, that Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child once more could converse with
his stricken partner.
"It's something Til "ave to show you
to explain." said Harry. "I can't tell
vou about it. You know where that
little fissure is In the 'anging wall,
away back in the stope?"
"Yes."
"Well, that's it. That's where I got
out."
"But what happened before thatr
(Continued Tomorrow)

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TUESDAY mi WE

COME IN AND SEE WHAT YOUR DOLLAR WILL BUY

THE VELVET
Is kicking against being raised m a
retail house so to please the chap who
is so rapidly growing we are notify notifying
ing notifying you, our patrons, that after Sep September
tember September 16th, pints and quarts of ice
cream will be handled only by our
dealers,
Phillips Drug Company,
Harrington Hall Retreat,
T. W. Troxler,
Bitting's Drug Store,
S. W. Sawaya,
N. F. Beshere,
S. G. Beshere.
Butter will be handled only at the
following:
U-Serve Stores,
Farmer's Exchange Store,
Main Street Market,
Cook's Grocery,
Crescent Grocery,
W. E. Roe Grocery',
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
H. W. HELMAN,
Sales Manager
W. R. DALLY,
Manager
NOTICE
We now have CERTO at the U U-SEBVE
SEBVE U-SEBVE STORES. 13-St

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For House Exterior use Pee Gee Mastic Paint It contains high per percentage
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1922

NOTICE TO SCHOOL PATRONS

At a meting of the local sub-school
board trustees last night it was decid decided
ed decided that he hours for the grammar
and high school will be a3 follows:
Open at 8:45, lunch from 12:20 to
1:10, close at 3:30 o'clock. High
school pupils will" report Monday

morning at 8:45, line up and march in
in the usual order at the sound of the

bell. Mary Sheppard, Principal.

. Eight pounds of sugar for 50 cents
with a dollar purchase of other groc groceries
eries groceries Saturday only at the O. K. Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Self Serve Store. 15-2t
Palm Beach suits and white flannel
trousers cleaned and pressed right.
Counts Dry Cleaning Plant. Phone
605. No. 21G South Main St. 29-tf
Mis3 Susan Ervin left this after

noon for her home in St. Petersburg,
afte ra very pleasant visit with her

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A
Carlton.

OCALA 0CEliCE$
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.

Mrs. Nicholas Heintz is up again
after a ten days illness.

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiher and
Miss Dorothy Sehreiber and Mrs.
Mary G. Chambers expect to leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning for a week-end visit
at Daytona Beach.

"We never sacnnce quality to sell
at a low price. Our meats are the
BEST to be had. Main Street Mar Market
ket Market Pfacce 108. 22-tf

Mrs. Jennie Cassil returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a short stay in Jacksonville.

Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1.00
with $1.00 worth of other groceries,
Saturday at the U-Serve Stores. 15-2t

Eight pounds of sugar for 50 cents
with a dollar purchase of other groc groceries
eries groceries Saturday only at the O. K. Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Self Serve Store. 15-2t

ONE LOT ROYAL SCARLET
JAMS, soiled labels, Saturday only,
20c. each. TEAPOT Self Serve! 15-2t

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
Mr. Harry E. Abbott of Burbank Is
a business visitor in town today.

The friends of Mr. Sam R. Pyles
will regret to hear that he is sick with
dengue fever.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading are aa
followB: Maximum ot six lines one time
5c; three times 50c: six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.

LOST Last Friday night, somewhere
in the city. Beta Theta Pi fraternity
pin. B. R. Williams on back; short shorthand
hand shorthand clasp. Return to Sam T. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, jeweler, Ocala. 15-6t

Smoked Bacon, Plantation style,
sliced to order, Saturday only 20c. a
pound. TEAPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE,
Saturday only two pounds 85s. TEA TEAPOT
POT TEAPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t

Mrs. Baxter Cam has gone to Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Springs, whese she was called on
account of the ilines sof Mr. Cam's
mother. Friends of the family hope
that she will find Mrs. Cam much
improved.

The more you see of our methods of
handling fresh meats the better you
like it. Come and see us. Main Street
Market. Phone 108. 22-tf

Sugar cured hams, picnic hams 22
cents per pound at the U-SERVE
STORES. 15-2t

Miss Eunice O'Dell of Micanopy is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Irene
Tompkins for a few days.

Mrs. H. F. Watt and little daughter
Helen have returned from a week's
stay at Daytona Beach.

Guavas 51.75 per crjte. Leave youi
order with U3. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 163. 22-tf

Children's Shoes
Repaired
For School Wear.
Don't throw away the shoes
the children have been wear wearing
ing wearing this summer. There's a
lot of wear in them yet, if
you'll let us repair them.
HALF SOLES SOLES-WHOLE
WHOLE SOLES-WHOLE SOLES SOLES-RUBBER
RUBBER SOLES-RUBBER HEELS HEELS-LEATHER
LEATHER HEELS-LEATHER HEELS HEELS-ALL
ALL HEELS-ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CHAS. MAZON
(Between Gerig's Drug Store
and 10c. Store)

Mr. Clarence Camp and daughters, j
Misses Nettie. Stella and Carita

! Camp, went to Jacksonville vt-ster-;
day afternoon. M:? Cu::ta Camp;
! will sail today for New York city,
I where she will spend the winter, and ;

the rest of the party will return home j
tomorrow.

ONE LOT ROYAL SCARLET j
JAMS, ?o;led label?, Saturday only,
20c. each. TEAPOT Self Serve! 15-2t
Dollar Days tpt. 19 and 20.

FOR SALE!
A first class, up-to-date Shop with modern Equipment, com complete
plete complete for making and repairing Shoes. QUICK WrORK. The only
shop in Marion County, Ocala, Fla.f that has merited and received
BLUE RIBBON and CASH PRIZES from County Fair as a re reward
ward reward for HIGHEST CLASS WORKMANSHIP.
Goodwin's Electrical Shoe Works

11 FT. KING. AVE.

OCALA, FLA.

Mr. C. E. Hansel, who is conduct-
ing the B. Goldman f arnitui e sale, has j

Ocala. and also wishes ir thar.k thejS
buving public for its liberal patron-! H

age. lie suggests that the readers of i j;

this paper take special notice o
announcemnt in today's issue.

Always a Saving Never an Expense

his'g

Pillsbury Flour 24-lb. sack for $1.30 j 3
at North End Supply Company, North &
Magnolia St., phone 341-Biue. 15-2t IS

Washing-! rj

ister,! a

Mrs. A. L. Quaintance

ton, D. C, is the guest of her

Mrs. T. Gary, ani family. Mrs. ii

locum, who has been spending this
summer in Washington with Mrs.
Quaintance, accompanied her daugh daughter
ter daughter to Ocala. Mrs. Quaintance has
1 visited in Ocala before and her
i friends here will be glad to welcome

Ice is the one home necessity that always pays for itself many
times over. Now that the fall and winter months are coming
around, keep that in mind for your own household good. You will
save on food bills and protect your family's health by keeping food
in the proper way in a well iced refrigerator. No other method
properly protects the purity of food, so ice is a mighty low prem premium
ium premium to pay for such excellent health insurance.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO., Ocala, Fla.

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FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences; good neigh neighborhood;
borhood; neighborhood; shaded back yard and
chick lot. Call C. V. Roberts, phones
350 or 303. 15-tf

FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished for light housekeeping,
with hot and cold water in baths.
Roome are reasonable and a money
saving proposition. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 15-6t

MUSIC Will take pupils in violin,
piano and voice with theory lessons
free. Terms reasonable. Will offer
classes in history of music, sight
singing, dictation and ear training
for small free. Special attention
given out of town pupils. Write or
call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala. Phone
305. 15-tf

FOR SALE Eight fine shoats. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Thos. Needhom's southwest
of fair grounds. 15-3t

Go north by sea using Merchants
and Miners steamers from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.

Full information as to fares, freight
rates and sailings of Merchants and
Miners steamers from Jacksonville
supplied on request to Mr. C. M.
Haile, general agent. It

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins is expected
home in a few days from Atlanta,
where she has been for the past week.

Mrs. Anna Tweedy has returned
heme from Orlando, where she spent
a few days with her mother.

EAGLE MEAT MARKET
Phone 74

FUESII BEEF AND LAMB
SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS
All Kinds of Fruits and Vegef nliles
Free Delivery any 1'ari oi Town
Main Street, Opposite Harrington Ifall Hotel

; her again.

I Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1H
miles out on the Dunr.ellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

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

Small ads. pay big interest.

Calumet Baking Powder 27c. pound j
at North End Supply Company, N. j
Magnolia St., Phone 341-Blue. 15-2t ;

Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1.00
with $1.00 worth of other groceries, j
Saturday at the U-Serve Stores. 15-2t

Mrs. W. E. Smith and two daugh-
ters, Chivalette and Margaret, went j
to Jacksonville Friday afternono for i
a few days stay.

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Guaranteed 1 Years

we also specialize in
intelligent Service for jail
makes of batteries.
CLAICCX BROTHERS
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FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to J.
C. Boatright, 926 S. Lime St. 15-6t
FOR RENT One furnished room.
Gentleman preferred. Phone 604. 6t
FOR RENT A house on the north
side of Oklawaha Ave., also rooms
for rent on Oklawaha Ave. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. Phone 383. 14-6t

FOR RENT Unfurnished lower floor

of house close in. Good neighbors

See D. R. Connor at II. B. Masters

Co. for particulars. 14-3t

FOR RENT Furnished apartment

Phone 578 or call at No. 603 East

Second street. 9-3t

FOR SALE Thorough bred Barred

Rock eggs, $1.50 for 15. Mrs. H. A
Yealey, Zuber, Fla. 14-6t

FOR SALE Upright piao in good
condition. Apply 735 Tuscawilla

St., or phone 256. 13-3t

FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping on first and sec

ond floors. Apply to Mrs. Alta

Hinton, No. 16 N. Watula St. 12-6t

FOR SALE TERMS. Reo speed
wagon, stake body. Used about
three months. Price right. Spen-

cer-Pedrick Motor Co. Phone 8. tf

Mr. Chas. K. Sage left yesterday

afternoon for Jacksonville, where he
will attend the conference of Western
Union managers.

Smoked Bacon, Plantation style,

sliced to order, Saturday only 20c. a

pound. TEAPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t

in niiiin;

CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE,
Saturday only two pounds 85s. TEA-
POT SELF SERVE. 15-2t j

Mr. A. N. Doke of Plant City is a
business visitor in the city. While ;
here he is the guest of his brother-in-
law, Mr. D. WT. Tompkins. i

The friends of Mrs. Walter Preer
will be sorry to hear that her mother,
Mrs. Weatherbee, is very ill at the
Preer home on the Anthony road. j
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
Just received, Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf

SPECIAL PRICES
For Saturday and Monday

Round Steak, lb. 15c Pillsbury Flour, 12 lb. 68c
Loin Steak, lb. 15c Pillsbury Flour, 24 lb. $1.30
Fresh Fish, lb. 10c Irish Potatoes, lb. 3c
SUGAR, Per Pound 7 l-2c
GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Always on Hand.

OCALA CASH MARKET
Phone 110

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contests, Barney Oldfield out
to win every race studied tires.
His consistent success led other
drivers to ask for tires constructed
to his specifications.
Twenty years of road and track
victories with a steady and increas increasing
ing increasing demand for tires as he built them
convinced Barney Oldfield that
these speed tests pointed the way to
a better tire for everyday use.
The enthusiastic reception of Old Old-field
field Old-field Cords by the public proved he
was right. Scores of the most
prominent dealers in the country
and many thousands of car owners,
experienced in the use of tires bear
witness by their decided preference
that Oldfield is doing a bigger and
better job of tire making.
This volume, handlecfin an effec effective
tive effective way in every phase of manufac-

ture and distribution, has resulted
in price quotations far below wh.it
you'd expect on tires known to bs
better built and more enduring.
Practically every important race
event for three years has been won
on Oldfields. The Wichita Test Run
in which an entire set of Oldfield
Cords covered 34,525 miles on rough
roads proves the mettle of the Most
Trustworthy Tires Built in every everyday
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The Master Driver and Tire
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FOR RENT Seven room house with

large porches, garage and all mod

ern conveniences, furnished or un

furnished. Can be used as two
apartments. Immediate possession.
Mrs. R. Ragsdale, No. 24 Ray
street. U-6t

FOR SALE Six room cottage in good
repair, big lawn and double garage.
All modern conveniences. Address
209 S. Pine St., Ocala. 9-6t

; FOR RENT Six room cottage with
- all modern conveniences and garage.
Immediate possession. Apply to R.
L. Carter. Phone 526. 8-tf

I FOR RENT Three rooms nicely fur furnished
nished furnished for light housekeeping. All
modern conveniences. Apply at 212
Orange avenue. 8-tf

FOR SALE An eight room dwelling,
all conveniences, good location, ga garage
rage garage and flower garden; cash or
terms to the right party. Address
P. O. Box C02. 7'6t
FOR SALE Ford sedan; practically
V new; hun less than sixty days.
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield.Fla. 5-tf
FOR RENT Furnished house ready
tto occupy now. Apply Mrs. T. C.
' Carter, Carter's Baker. 9-2-tf

FOR RENT Two unfurnished apart apartments:
ments: apartments: C rooms and bath; sleeping
Porches; private entrance; front
and back porches. Recently remod remodeled
eled remodeled throughout. Cor. Ocklawaha
'. and Anthony road. Mrs. S.A. Stan Stan-;
; Stan-; ley, 447 Ocklawaha avenue. 9tf
,-SWEET GUAVAS $150 six-basket
. carrier, f. o. b. Weirsdale; $1-50 a
'tmahel at residence. T. B. Snook,
Weirsdale, Fla. S"18""

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FOR THE KIDDIES-

Bring the kiddies with you. Every
child, accompanied by parent, or adult

we will give, absolutely free, a nice present. This is for Saturday and
Monday only. Come and see the best values in Furniture you have seen
in years.

Cut out and bring this Coupon to the store Sat-1

urday or Monday, and it is good to apply on l

Hany purchase of Five Dollars or more for ONE

DOLLAR. It is as good as Uncle Sam's gold, I

till vi as ivui ut i cai iiiuaiv, uuv vciii j ju lticin.
a dollar any quicker than this?

PORCH SWINGS
Just the thing for the porch.
Made of solid oak. Com Complete
plete Complete with chains and hooks
ready to hang. 7.50 value.

Sale
price

$2.69

LITTLE THINGS

50c

Window Shades,
Sale price

Ice Cream Freezers, QQr
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Matting Rugs, 3x6,
Sale price. .

Dl Ben ClXU, QQ
Sale price..

98 c

BARGAINS
Bungalow tf Q y
Aprons, price
Pathe Phonograph Records,
Sale 25 c
price
Oak Rockers, $12.00 value,
Sa,e $7.48
price
Blue Bird China, tf 7AQ
Sale price.... VT0.

DINING CHAIRS
Made of Golden Oak. Have
fiber seats. Well made and
good looking. Regular

$1.39

value $2.50,
Sale price..

B. GOLDMAN, OCALA, FLORIDA



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