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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVEN

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WEATHER FORECAST Showers tonight or Sunday, cooler in extreme north portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 76; this afternoon, 86.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 222
Sun rises tomorrow, 6:13; Sets, 6:32.

HAND

ED IDE BONUS

BILL 10 HARDING

President Expected to Announce His
Decision Early Next
Week

Washington, Sept. 16 The soldiers'

ANCIENT SMYRNA SLIPPED UP

LAIO IN ASHES

Same Old Stories of Turkish Outrages
On Christian Non-Combatants
Are Being Spread

Constantinople, Sept. 16. Upwards

bonus bill, which has been in Congress! of two thousand persons perished in

in one form or another for three years,

was finally laid before President Hard Harding
ing Harding today. The president's attitude
toward the bill is still one big ques question
tion question in the minds of both friends and
foes of the bill, and it wars one which
they expected an answer to early next
week.
KEEPS IT IN HIS SLEEVE
Washington, Sept. 1G The declina declination
tion declination of Representative Keller, repub republican,
lican, republican, of Minnesota, to present evi evidence
dence evidence today in support of his im impeachment
peachment impeachment charges against Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General Daugherty, as a result of the
rail strike injunction, brought about
adjournment of the House judiciary
committee after an hour's session at

which it heard Keller present a gen- j

eral preliminary statement.

the great fire at Smyrna, twenty-five
hundred buildings were destroyed and
all American property was wiped out.
Th catastrophe, say direct advices
received here, is much greater in pro proportion
portion proportion than the conflagration at Sa Sa-loniki
loniki Sa-loniki in 1017, which caused a hun hundred
dred hundred million dollars damage and left
200,000 homeless.
PEOPLE CRAZED WITH FEAR

THE SOUTHERN

At

the Last Moment, Strikers And
Railway Officials Failed
To Agree

MRS. W. L. COLBERT

Mrs. W. L. Colbert, whose unex unexpected
pected unexpected death has so much grieved her
family and friends, was Miss Jennie
Turney of Weirsdale, before her mar marriage
riage marriage April 30th, 1902.
She came with her husband and lit little
tle little daughter in June, 1905, to Ocala,
where she has since resided and en endeared
deared endeared herself to many hearts. The

deecased was born at Port Jervis, N.
Y., Aug. 2nd, 1873, and came to Flor Florida
ida Florida in early childhood. She was ill
only a few hours, retiring at 9 p. m.
Thursday night with apparently a
dumb chill and expiring at 11:50. Mrs.
Colbert's death leaves bereft her hus husband
band husband and two children, Alice and Tur Turney,
ney, Turney, also her aged father, John Tur Turney
ney Turney of Miami and three sisters. Mrs.
L. A. Soar and Mrs. J. V. Blair of

Miami ariTl Mrs. D. II. Mathews of
Hawthorn, and a host of other rela relatives
tives relatives and friends to mourn her depar departure.
ture. departure. She was a member of the Methodist
church of Ocala a' d lived a consistent
Christian life.
The fnnevfl apv5',o? v'!! e con conducted
ducted conducted from the residence on the An Anthony
thony Anthony road tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock. Th: followir-; will act as
pall bearers: Y ?srs. P. W. Yomp-

Lor.don, Sept. 1G. Succeeding dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Constantinople, Athens
and other centers of information in
the near east only tend to magnify
the talc of the tragedy in Smyrna.
The greater part of the city is in
ruins, laid waste by the conflagration

j of incendiary origin and the flames,

according to the latest account, reach reached
ed reached the water front, where the quays
were crowded with fear-crazed Chris Christian
tian Christian refugees who fled to the city as
the nearest port of escape from the
Turks.
WOMEN CARRIED OFF

London, Sept. 1G. Twenty-five
thousand Christian women and girls
have been conveyed to the interior for
distribution among Tuiki-.h soldiers,
says a dispatch to the Times from
the Kosmos, a Smyrna newspaper.
THEY SHALL NOT PASS

This Time It is the British, And They
Say It to the Turks

London, Sept. 1G. (By Associated

Press). If Mustapha Kemal Pasha
should attempt to move his victorious
fo?-ces against Constantinople he will

be opposed bv the British fleet. The

British cabinet after a meeting yes

terday announced that instructions
had been issued to the British armada

to allow no Tuikish troops to make
the crossing from Asia Minor to the
European shore.
Complete agreement was reached at
the c-binet me-''un;r with the French
for the protection of the neutral zones
cn both sides of the straits of the
Dardanelles and also of Constanti Constantinople.
nople. Constantinople. A note is to be sent to Mus-

Washington, Sept. 16. General
chaiimen of the striking shop craft
unions of the South Railway and offi officials
cials officials of the road failed to reach an
agreement to settle the strike on the

basis of the Warfi eld-Williard-Jewell
proposal adopted by the general policy

committee of the shopt crafts.

IN ACCORD WITH THE ACT
Chicago, Sept. 16. Sixteen rail

roads had signed agreements with va various
rious various labor unions through pre-war
methods in vogue before the United
States labor board was created as ar arbiter
biter arbiter of disputes between the railways
and their employes. These settle

ments, however, according to Ben

Hooper, chairman of the board, do not

repudiate the board but rather are
"entirely in accord with the transpor transportation
tation transportation act."

SHUTTING UP SHOP

Few Manufacturers in the Country
Able to Adopt Tactics Of
Henry Ford

Detroit, Sept. 1G. As a protest
against what he believes to be exor exorbitant
bitant exorbitant prices for coal and steel, Henry
Ford today began the process of clos closing
ing closing up his huge industry. With sus

pension complete when the last shift

TO KEEP

THE STRAITS OPEN

Definite Declaration of the British
Gorernment for the Freedom
Of the Dardanelles

FIVE MILLION DOLLAR FIRE

Wharves and Warehouses Destroyed
On the New Orleans
Water Front

New Orleans, Sept. 16. Five blocks
of wharves and warehouses along the
Mississippi river front are in ruins to today
day today following a fire which last night
did damage estimated to exceed five
million. The wharves and warehouses
erected by the federal government in
1918 and 1919 cost more than five
million dollars, army officers said. In
addition to these about forty box cars
loaded with merchandise were destroyed.

London, Sept. 16. The British gov

ernment has adopted the attitude that

of workers leaves the various factories effective and permanent freedom of

tonight, approximately 100,000 men tne Dardanelles is a vital necessity,

will have been rendered idle for an in- Ior ine saKe OI wmcn 11 1S preparea

definite period. The plants affected to make exertions, it was authorita-

;i,n v,Q ,to. -fo0 ha Tic iiveiy sxatea xnis aiternoon.

troit area, numerous assembling sta-

concerns the outDut of which eoes

chiefly to the Ford company, which C-2 Has Reached Bellville, I1L, So Far

are also expected to suspend opera

tions.

Without an Accident

FREE STATE DESERVES
AMERICAN SYMPATHY

Bishop Turner Warns Against Help Helping
ing Helping DeValera and His Clan

Bellville, 111., Sept. 16. The army

dirigible C-2 on its way westward
from coast to coast moored at Scott

Field, a government fllying station

near here today, and drew throngs of

spectators.

(New York Tribune1)
American people with sympathetic
leanings toward the followers of De
Valera and the Irish republic were
warned last night by the Right Rev.
William Turner, Roman Catholic
bishop of Buffalo, to send no money
to the republican cause.

The prelate had spent the last three

AGREEMENT REACHED

Pennsylvania Railroad and Its

ployees Settled Their
Difficulties

Em-

TILDEN AND JOHNSON
CONTEND AT TENNIS

ONLY HALF A GAME APART

St. Louis Browns and New York Yan

kees Playing a Small Series

kins, A. J. Stephens, W. W. Clyatt, L. 'tspha Kemal Pasha by Italy, France
W. Duval, Ceo. L. Taylor and II. D.! and Great Britain asserting that pend-

Stokes. Rev. C. W. White, of the
Methodist church will conduct the

funeral services. lie will ha assisted j icspected.

by Rev. Chas. II Trout, of the Chris Christian
tian Christian church.
MacKay A Company have ch-rge of
the funeral arrangements and inter interment
ment interment will be in Greenwood cemetery.

ing a permanent arrangement of the
situation the neutral zones must be

Prepartions are being made by the
British to send reinforcements into
the neutral zone. Jugo-Slavia and
Rumania both are reported to be view

ing with the greatest concern the pos possibility
sibility possibility of the Turk:; returning to
7 brace.
THIRTEEN MISSING
Constantinople, Sent. 15. (By the
Associated Press). The departure of

Philadelphia, Sept. 16. William
Tilden, of Philadelphia, American
champion, and William Johnston, of
San Francisco, former title holder, to today
day today faced each other for the third
time in the final round tournament for
the lawn tennis singles championship
of the United States. "Big" and "Lit "Little
tle "Little Bill' have met ten times at import important
ant important tournaments. Each won five times.

SUWANEE SPECIAL WILL
HAVE A TWIN SISTER

STRIKE IS SETTLED
ON THE SEABOARD

AUTOMOBILES DAM AG 12
LAKE WEIR AVENUE
Two heavy iiitomobil?? driven by
thoughtless or lawless drivers did

considerable damage to the south end S British craft from Smyrna yesterday
of the Lake Ve;r avenue paving last is thought to have lemoved the last
night. They removed the barricade j vest'ge of hope for ten Americans and
at the south end of the new paving three Britishers still on the missing
and drove over the freshly laid brick list.
as far as the corner of Eighth street. j MAKING A SOLITUDE
TVia cnnrl linAr Vi VivifV wn snft nnrl i

slushy because of the hard rain that Constantinople, Sept. 16-Only 5000
had fallen and was still falling so I women and children of the 60,000 who
thatVie cars left deep ruts all the way there ihc ago remain in
down the street. The brick will have I ama according to advices receiv receiv-to
to receiv-to be removed and a new sand bed td fuin Captain Aoanis, commanding
made for them at a considerable cost fn.Am5"can Sf T nne chaser which
to the city. Mr. Jake Gerig saw the! I3 m l?Iuda",a hfbor" U 13 assumed
men as thev lifted the rope at thei ere that the male portion of the refu-

corner of Eighth street and left the "cu v 1 .UVneMm"

new brick but was ur.ible to recognize

Wilmington, N. C, Sept. 16. The
Seaboard Air Line Railway has con

cluded a separate peace agreement

with the striking shop unions, accord

ing to a telegram received here last

night by strike leaders from B. M.

Jewell, head of the striking unions.

the telegram reads: "btnke on
Seaboard Air Line settled. Men will

return to work on order of Fallon."
Fallon is Michael Fallon of Savan

rah, head of the Seaboard federation

of shop employes.

Easy street and the straight and
narrow path don't intersect. Ashe-

ville Times.

the cars or the drivers. Fire Chief j

lists to the hills.

known.

Their fate is not

Chambers was called out and made a : ENDS THE GREEK INVASION
new barricade at the end of the street, i

As has been stated several times be- Constantinople, Sept. 16. A mes mes-fore
fore mes-fore the new asphilt block streets isa"a from Arra received here yes yes-cannot
cannot yes-cannot be rolled until the sand bed!teuia" announced the fall of Pander-

ma, the last foothold of the Greeks in

Austria appears to have an emer

gency from which it cannot emerge.

Chicago Daily News.

France should send a few of our in

stalment collectors into Germany.
New York Evening Mail.

France's idea about reparations is

that if any nation is opposed to'em

It doesn't have to take any. Dallas

News.

eeause to roll wet

"Australia is a land of promise and

plentv." savs Sir Joseph Cook. So

is Germany. London Opinion.

We may not be able to take the
credit for winning the war, but we

under them are drv

sand makes regular mud nies. Until sia Minor to tne Turks. Most of j gave credit with which the war was

the new streets are rolled and onened tKe reeKs tmrd army corps was i won. Asheville Times

to the public they are not hard enough safely evacuated toward Thrace.

to sustain trac. If the men who
pulled this stunt can be discovered.)
they should be put to work on the!
streets until they work out the cost j

of the harm they hive lone.

BURGLARS WERE BUSY

OBELISK FLOUR Saturday only.
12 pounds 6ic. TEAPOT SELF
SERVE. 15-2t

Jacksonville, Sept. 16 Burglars
kst night crocked the cabir.ct safe of

laud Nolan, local automobile dealer,

and secured cash, jewel

If the fuel crisis continues, Wilhelm
Hohenzollern may get more for his
woodpile than he did for his memoirs.
New York Tribune.

Cleveland, Sept. 16. An agreement

has been reached between general
chairmen of the Brotherhood of Rail-

months in Ireland, his birthplace, and way Trainmen and the Order of Rail-

familiarized himself with conditions way Conductors with officials of the

throughout the country. When he Pennsylvania railroad over wages and

came to port last night from Queens- working conditions, W. G. Lee, presi

town on the White Star liner Adriatic dent of tne trainmen, announced to-

he not alone repudiated De Valera. day

with whom he had been on friendly
terms while in the United States, but

issued a plea to the American people

to know the truth of the situation and

pin their faith to the cause of the

Free State,

tfishop lurner said that the follow- New York, Sept. 16. Separated by

ers of the republican cause were made only half a game, the New York Yan Yan-up
up Yan-up of a handful of misguided, erratic kees and the St. Louis Browns today

persons, whose bent had diverged open a little world series that prom

along the lines of banditry; that their ises to have a decisive bearing on the
endeavors were hopeless, and that any outcome of the American League race.

sane person who had been m Ireland
within the last three months could not

but see the overwhelming strength of

the adherents of the Irish Free State

The bishop explained on his arrival

that he was speaking freely and im

partially, guided solely by the facts as

ne saw tnem in Ireland, tie paid a
high tribute to Britain and her sin

cerity in dealing with the Irish peo

ple. He said that the free staters had
every confidence in the steadfastness
and honesty of England in dealing
with the Irish question and that 99

per cent of the Irish people would

stand to the last in upholding the

treaty that was signed by Collins and

Griffith.

Bishop Turner said that the Ameri

can people should know that Great
Britain and the British people were
more patient and conciliatory with the
Irish people throughout their inter

nal vicissitudes than are the Ameri

can people. Britain, he said, knows
the situation thoroughly and is kindly

and considerate with the adherents of

the free state and will stand by them

until there is perfect harmony and

satisfactory adjustment of national

affairs in Ireland.

WTiile discussing the situation last
night on the Adriatic as she Bteamed
up the bay from quarantine, Bishop

Turner said:

"I have been in Ireland for nearly
three months. I have been marooned

in the house of my sister in Killmal

lock, my birthplace, and have minis ministered
tered ministered to those who have fallen into

the misguided republican cause

"The conviction which I bring with
me from Ireland is that, in spite of all

that has happened during my stay

there, the soul of Ireland is still right
and if we are only patient a little

while longer we shall see realized all

our hopes for a free, peaceful and

prosperous Ireland. I say that the
soul of Ireland is right, because, amid

all the disturbance and notwithstand

ing the fact that, since the middle of
June there has been no system of
police control throughout the rural

A

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TO THE FRONT
Many High School Elevens Will Soon
Be In the Field and Much
Interest is Manifest

St. Petersburg, Sept. 16. The Su Su-wanee
wanee Su-wanee Special, crack flyer installed
by the Southern and Seaboard Air
Line railways last season to handle

West Florida's tourist flow, will have

a sister train from out of the east this

season, according to Sam Jones, com- 1

mercial agent for the Seaboard here.

The Suwanee Special comes out of

the middle west and this year will
carry sleepers from Toronto, Detroit

and Cincinnati in addition to its other
appointments, according to Mr. Jones,
while from the east a train will come
with sleepers from Boston, New York

and Washington. This train will come

through independent of any connec connections,
tions, connections, it is stated. Last season, the
train from the east and the Suwanee
Special were consolidated at Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Fla. The two trains will come

through Hampton this season, how

ever, without change.

The new service is expected to go

into effect November 12 with the

trains arriving in St. Petersburg No

vember 14th.

SARASOTA WILL HAVE

FLNE, NEW HOTEL

Sarasota, Sept. 16. The local

chamber of commerce has accepted a

proposition made by Chicago finan

ciers whereby this place will nave a

new hotel to cost approximately $1,

000,000. Under the plan submitted to

and accepted by the local chamber,

Sarasota interests will take $100,000

worth of seven per cent first mort

gage bonds. Property for the hostel

ry has been acquired on Gulf Stream

avenue, overlooking the bay. Steps

have already been taken towards the

drawing up of plans and specifica

tions.

Jacksonville, Sept. 16. Football as
revealed by Florida's high school
elevens will get away with added im impetus
petus impetus this season. The call of the
game has been felt in far South Flor Florida
ida Florida where hertofore it was considered
too warm for the gridiron tussles.
Twenty-two teams struggled under
the auspices last season of the Flor Florida
ida Florida State High School Athletic Asso Association.
ciation. Association. Indications are that this sea season
son season some thirt yt earns will take the
field.
Many schools will enjoy the services
this year of faculty coaches. Increas Increased
ed Increased financial support has made this
possible in a number of schools where
last year only volunteer tutelage was
had.
Miami and West Palm Beach are
the expected newcomers. At Miami
a faculty coach has been engaged and
the word comes that a squad of for formidable
midable formidable proportions will come out of
that city. West Palm Beach expects
to produce a team averaging 160
pounds.
While many of the schools that pro produced
duced produced teams last year have been
shorn of their letter men by gradua graduation,
tion, graduation, new material is shaping up and
the season is expected to develop new
constellations.
Duval high, of Jacksonville, must
be virtually moulded over. Six of last
year's championship squad are at the
University of Florida, while one,

Bernstein, is showing up well at An Annapolis,
napolis, Annapolis, reports from the navy camp
say. Coach Robert Marshall who
comes for his first year with the
school from Howard College at Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala., has some husky stuff
before him, however, and the only un uncertainty
certainty uncertainty lies in the ability of the
raw recruits to absorb the technique
of the game.
Gainesville, whose plucky if com comparatively
paratively comparatively light squad last year gave
a wonderful "prep" exhibition of
straight football, successful to the ex extent
tent extent of being runner-up in the cham championship
pionship championship race, will be minus the serv services
ices services this season of Vickery and Lud Lud-wig.
wig. Lud-wig. Vickery as a broken field runner
and Ludwig at full will be sorely
missed too, but Coach Rex Farrior
never weakens in his optimism. Of
this year's squad he is saying little,
but the first few games will telL

Sarra, star center for the Alachua

county youngsters, is understood to
be back at the old position.

Hillsborough is returning to the

field this season under the tutelage of

Coach Henry Freeman. HebbeL a

formidable spoke in any machine, will
be back too. Hebbel, who rounded out

the team's back field last year, is
serving this season as captain. Hills Hillsborough's
borough's Hillsborough's tentative schedule calls for

games with Fort Meade, Arcadia,
Gainesville, St. Petersburg, Summer Summer-lin,
lin, Summer-lin, Plant City, Orlando and DuvaL
At Orlando, the prospects for Coach
Boone are said to be much heavier
material than last year, and with at
least four of last year's men coming
back. John Grange, at right tackle,
is this year's captain. Tinker, Cecil
and Barton are the other letter men
out again.
Sanford is said to be encountering
some difficulties in financing this
year's squad but local business men
have interested themselves and it is
not expected the game will be held up
there.
Lakeland, Bartow and Fort Myers
are understood to be planning for
strong elevens. Lakeland is enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic over the team's success last
year and with much of the old mate material
rial material on hand for this season's play to together
gether together with some new blood for en energization
ergization energization purposes, strong hopes are
being held.
Ocala has an athletic instructor

(Concluded on Page Four

districts there has been a complete T TTt rT THH AT VrPTlT7' 111

KjUL UU1 lNUllJLi m

A "brain-worker" nowadays is

and libertv i man wno is trying to figure out how

rrds to the value of ?1500.
no clue to the craksmen.

There is ne can get his winter's coal without

mortgaging his
Courier-Journal.

home. Louisville

OBELISK FLOUR Saturday' only,
12 pounds 69c. TEAPOT SELF
SERVE. 15-2t

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

The new verb "to coal" hase some "
interesting forms, among which we The dove won't build in the can

notice "shall we coal," "we will coal," non's mouth until something is pro pro-etc.
etc. pro-etc. It all ends, however, with "we vided to fill the other mouths.

may be cold." New York Sun. 1 Springfield, (El.) State Register.

absence of crime in the ordinary sense

of the word.

"Whatever outrages are committed

are political; or, rather, military. The

vast civic body is orderly, sober and

respectful of property rights

TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:

j All Light and Water consumers who have not
5l naid ud their accounts by the 20th inst will be cut

The European nations can't balance offwithout further notice and $1.00 charged for re-
eir budgets as long as they continue L rnnnprtincr thft service.

r

thei

to throw standing armies
scales. Asheville Times.

in the

H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20. I HSSOw JOgtSrSHS::



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1922

Ocala Evening Star
Published Kverjr limy Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

II. J. Illttlncer, President
H. D. LciTtoeood, Vlce-Presldeat
P. V. Lesvesgood, Seretary-Treaaarr
J. II. Beajamli, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla.. poatofflca aa
second-class matter.

with the best collegiate principles.
The bellhops and the doormen should

take place at the home of the bride's
parents. The whisperings of the

be imbued with more culture than they I event have been floating the air for
kotm VmekT 5t trio Via Kit rf vVi ihitincr.isome time but few really knew the

All hail the joyous day when they
chall all be college graduates, and
qualified to discuss with the guests
such obtuse doctrines as relativity, et
cetera. They may even distract the
attention of the weary traveler from
lumpy beds, dilapidated furnishings
and slack service."

names of the interested parties.

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EIGHT YEARS AGO

Sept. 16, 1914. Germans and Al Allies
lies Allies are carrying on a tremendous
battle at the Aisne. Five thousand
pieces of artillery are engaged. A

SUMTER COUNTY'S
GOOD ROADS SYSTEM

1- BANK SERVICE

For many years Sumter county has
been recognized as one of he most
fertile and healthful portions of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. It has also been considered
rather backward. Nature has been
so generous that it was not necessary

for man to overexert himself in order 1

to live well.

However, there has been no lack of

indications that there was plenty of

fresh army of French is trying to community and individual progressive

swing around the German left and cut ness in Sumter, and less than three
Von Kluck's force off from the main years ago it suddenly united and rose
body. Germans in the meantime are up in voting a big bond issue for an

trying to cut thru French line and uptodate highway, north and south

make another rush at Paris. Heavy j thru the county; the said highway to
reinforcements of German troops be-1 link its most important towns up with

ing brought from the Russian front each other; also to make Sumter's,

section in a state highway from north

to south.

it must De said tnat umter is a

fast worker. About the same time,

Marion county voted a smaller bond
issue for the Dixie Highway, but

and

scrapping and some ot it trying to
renig, Sumter has been building. Its

fine road from the Marion to the Her-

The greatest word in the banking business is SERVICE. Bank Banking
ing Banking is more than a mere money-making business. The banker
is as much a public servant as the mayor of a city, or the
governor of a state, and he owes a duty to the public exactly
as any regularly elected official.
We shall be glad to render our patrons every possible service
and to assist them to the full limit of legitimate banking.

I Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

The Turks had better be careful and

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poaition zo per cent aaauionai. iva . ...van.

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chanee a week allowed on readers with- troi the Dardanelles again.

out extra composition charges.
T.Acai QdtKrtiQpmnntB at le&ral rates.

" T f It- i r 1

ii a repuoncan must represent nando county line has been built and

The entire country rejoices in the Massachusetts m the Senate, the btar in use for several months. It has not

recovery of Mrs. Harding. would rather that republican would be yet had its final finish put on, but it

i Lodge, lienry Cabot Lodge is one of is a good road, all the same; wide and

It's all right for the band boys to the few statesmen in the Senate., and firm, with very few abrupt turns

have their little joke, but if they think few men in the country are of broader With the exception of the Dixie High-

a majority of the taxpayers of Ocala mind or better information. He is a way from St. Lucie to Miami it is the

want the band paid out of the public good deal better American and better best road we have" ridden over in
money they are deceiving themselves, democrat than some democratic sen- Florida. The towns of Oxford, Wild-

ators. wood, Coleman, Sumterville, Bushnell

The combination of the Lakeland land Webster are like so many pearls

Telegram and Star has increased the The Tallahassee Democrat mildly on a string along this road

efficiency of the two papers, but we derides the South Florida papers who We regret to say that this excellent

miss old Bloom's mule-kicking editor- oppose reapportionment, because it highway is coupled to Marion only

ials, even if we did disagree with half won't give them all they want first by the frayed end of the Belleview to

of them, dash out of the box. We think our

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

self the South Florida papers are act-!

Oxford road, state aid road 124, which

in spite of great difficulties is slowly

struggling along from the Dixie

Highway at Belleview to the Sumter

line above Oxford. We understand

that the state has but $13,000 to give

The news comes that Florida has ing like a bunch of crybabies Ocala

.

been allotted another federal judge. Jotar,

One more leech on the public anato- Marion county, in which the Star is

my.Inverness Chronicle. published, has always had two repre

Better look out you will be in jail sentatives and a half of a senator in to this road at present, and with this

for contempt. the legislature. Dade county has one and his quota of county convicts Com

representative and one-sixth of a sen- missioner Clyburn is making a brave

The managers of the Jacksonville ator, and the Mar seems to think that fight to close the gap with at least a

state fair have decided to eliminate a perfectly fair arrangement Mi- presentable road by the end of the

the negro exhibit for the reason that ami Herald. lyear

it won't pay. They are making a mis mistake.
take. mistake. It always pays to encourage

the negroes in their efforts for im

provement.

Mot by a Wilson damsite. We want It is also discouraging to Sumter

Dade to have a senator and at least county people and fatiguing to those

two representatives and that's why we who travel its superb highway to find

The Tampa Times has printed a pic pic-ture
ture pic-ture of Miss Mary Wallace Lam Lam-bright,
bright, Lam-bright, daughter of Postmaster Lam-

bright. Somebody ought to send Pres

ident Harding a picture of that girl.

He'd never have the heart to turn her

daddy out of a job.

favor reapportionment. The Herald

generally has one eye full of mud

when it tries to read the Star,

LEAVENGOOD-PRICE

"Master minds" show up well in the

movies and the novels, but that mas

ter mind," Mister Partee, who was the

leading villain in the dynamite out outrages
rages outrages in and around Jacksonville

doubtless thinks by now that it is a

very fatiguing part to play.

It seems to us that while so many
striking shopmen have nothing else to

The following announcement

been received in Ocala:

Mr. Joseph N. Price
announces the marriage of
his daughter
Mildred
to
Mr. Hansel DeVane Leavengood

on Tuesday, September the twelfth

nineteen hundred twenty-two
Casey, Illinois.

At home after October 1st, 515 E

Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla.

Immediately after the

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do, they might organize a detective wnicn was a quiei one at tne nome 01

bureau and catch the railroads red

handed blowing up some of their own
property in order to create public
sentiment against the strikers.

the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Leavengood

left for the south on their wedding

trip. They are now in Jacksonville,

where they arrived Thursday, and ex

pect to leave there in their car tomor-

The Star recommends the following row for a motor triP on the East

cut with a can-ODener from an ex- ast, going as tar south as Miami,

change to Miss Faris Davis, proponent after which they wiU return to Ocala

of tparhinp- from npwsnnnprs in tl where a cordial welcome awaits Mr

rmblie schools: "Cornell nniversitv is Leavengood and his bride.

it drops off into a bog of mud in wet

weather and sand in dry at the Her

nando county line. Pasco and Hills

borough counties have done their part
on this route, but a little corner of

Hernando shoves in between Sumter

has J and Pasco, and this is crossed by a

plain, old-fashioned country road,

passable during a great part of the

year only by a Ford or a mule team

It is ninety-one miles from Ocala to
Plant City over this route, and a look

at the map will show anybody that

Plant City is a nerve center for the

highway system of South Florida. If
Hernando will bridge this gap, when

the state aid road is finished to the
Sumter line from Marion, it will be

five hours drive in any sort of a car

wedding, I from Ocala to Tampa or Lakeland and

close connection with all the good

roads of South Florida.

We will try to give a detailed de

scription of Sumter's highway and the

communities along it in our next issue

Grace Episcopal
A. R. Cassil, Lay Reader
9:45 a. m. Church school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ad address.
dress. address. No evening service.
Baptist
Rev. C. F. Benjamin,
Minister in Charge
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school.
11a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "The Spotless Church."
7 p. m. Young People's Union.
8 p. m. Preaching.

Subject, "The Sheep."
All are welcome.
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor

0:45 a. m. Sunday school.
L. W. Duval, superintendent.
11 a. m. Preaching by pastor.
Subject, "Repentance."
7 p. m. League in basement.
8 p. m. Preaching. x
Music by choirs and orchestra.
We have saved a place for you.
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service.
Sermon bv pastor. Subject, "The

Original Bonehead." This sermon will
be illustrated.

8 p. m. Preaching. Subject of ser

mon. "How the Kesurrection oi jesus
Yields to Our Daily Hope."

Every member in his place. The
general public is welcome.

OUR PHONES
243 and 174
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

about to institute a course in hotel

management, beginning this fall. It

is eminently to be desired that all ho

tels should be managed in accordance

MICKIE SAYS

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

PfcCf o?- arc CAUOa OF

WNO OP NOfCES FREE

tVJ9 AlilL SLiGW?

UNITED GTME'-jI

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(Evening Star Sept. 16, 1902)
Dr. S. H. Blitch who was in town
this morning, reports that J. L. Smith
of Berlin, postmaster, merchant and
farmer, has completed the erection of
a grist mill and rice mill which will
prove a great convenience to the
farmers of that section.
Mr. E. M. Howard, the laundryman
of this and adjacent counties, and
withal a splendid citizen and an all

round good fellow, has been spending

several weeks in Atlanta, where a few few-days
days few-days ago he had a shoot with the
crack shots of the Gate City of the

South, and so steady was his nerve,
clear his vision and accurate his aim
that he made the finest score of any

man on the range.
Mr. J. M. Barco is now acting
mayor of Ocala, during the absence of
Mayor Fishel.
Miss Byrd Wartmann of Citra was
in Ocala today, giving lessons to her
music pupils. She returned home
this afternoon.
The Ocala Rifles met last night for
drill and inspection of arms and lock lockers.
ers. lockers. At the business meeting C. V.
Roberts was unanimously elected lieu lieutenant.
tenant. lieutenant. Tonight Adjutant General
Foster of Tallahassee will inspect the
company.
The announeemnt is made that Miss
Clara Reagon will marry Tom John Johnson
son Johnson tomorrow. The ceremony will

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All parties who have furnished or

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R. F. Brennan, Pastor

Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.

Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to

6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
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Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Subject of lesson-sermon, "Matter."
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
Church of Christ
Corner Munroe and Orange Streets
10 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Preaching.
11:45 a. m. Communion service.
8 p. m. Preaching.
North Ocala Union Sunday School
A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.
m. Visitors welcome.

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Runs Its Course
Loving friends prepare for the last
riies. The modern funeral director
biings 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.

The doctors who tell us to be care careful
ful careful about eating when unhappy should
revise the restaurant prices. Wash Washington
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Will take pupils in violin, piano and
voice with theory lessons free. Terms
reasonable. Will offer classes in his history
tory history of music, sight singing, dictation
and ear training for small fee. Special
attention given out of town pupils.
Write or call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 305. 15-tf

Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1922

THE VELVET KID
Is kicking against being raised in 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 lGth, 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 Store3,
Farmer's Exchange Store,
Main Street Market,
Cook's Grocery,
Crescent Grocery,
W. R. Roe Grocery,
O. K. Teapot Grocery.

. W. HELMAN,
Sales Manager
W. R. DALLY,
Manager
PALATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE
Leave Palatka 8:00 A M.
Arrive Ocala 12:00 M.
Leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Palaika ... 6:00 P.M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Rodman.
C. P. PILLARS, Prop.
Ocala. Phone 527
Nccdham Motor Co
PLUMBING Si ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Mo
PHONE 252
S win: Vachine!? Reoa'red
railroad sous
Arrival ana departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following sel.el'ile figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished r.s inf.riULtic:; ar,J uot guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for S. a lion Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 :.m
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tamj a-JIanutee 1:30 r.-m
4:05 pm Tampa-bt. retrsburg 4:05 pm
rm:sn srpriv
1922
F L O W E R
SEEDS
JUST IN
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Druggist Phone -135
OCALA, FLA.
L. ALEXANDER
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ontractor in the city

XShe

ross-Cut
By
Courtney Ryley
Cooper
Illustration byHB. Vmn Mem
OopnlsbS by Liul. Bnova Co.
"What didn't 'apperi?" asked Harry,
with a painful grin. "Everything in
the world 'appened. I but what did
the assay show?"
Fairchild reached forth and laid a
hand on the brawny one of his part partner.
ner. partner. "We're rich, Harry," he sid, "richer
than I ever dreamed we could be. The
ore's as good as that of the Silver
Queen !"
"The bloody 'ell It is !' Then Harry
dropped back on his pillow for a long
time and simply grinned at the cell celling.
ing. celling. Somewhat anxious, Fairchild
leaned forward, but his partner's eyes
were open and smiling. "I'm just let letting
ting letting It sink In!" he announced, and
Fairchild was silent, saving his ques questions
tions questions until "it" had sunk. Then:
"You were saying something about
that Assure?"
"But there is other things first.
After you went to the assayers, I
fooled around there in the chamber,
and I thought I'd just take a flyer and
blow up them 'oles that I'd drilled in
tlio "anging wall at the same time that
I shot the other. So I put in the
powder and fuses, tamped 'em down
and then I thinks, thinks I, that there's
somebody moving around In the drift.
But I didn't pay any attention to it
you know. I was busy and all that,
and you often 'ear noises that sound
funny. So I set 'em off that is, I lit
the fuses and I started to run. Well,
I 'adn't any more'n started when
blooyy-y-y, right in front of me, the
whole world turned upside down, and
I felt myself knocked back into the
chamber. And there was them fuses.
All of 'em burning. Well, I managed
to pull out the one from the foot wall
and stamp it out, but I didn't 'ave time
to get at the others. And the only
place where there was a chance for
me was clear at the end of the cham chamber.
ber. chamber. Already I was bleeding like a
stuck hog where a whole 'arf moun mountain
tain mountain 'ad 'it me on the 'ead, and I
didn't know much what I was doing. I
just wanted to get be'ind something
that's all I could think of. So I shied
for that fissure in the rocks and
crawled back in there, trying to
squeeze as far along as I could. And
'ere's the funny part of it I kept on
going !"
"You what?"
"Kept on going. I'd always thought
it was just a place where the 'anging
'.vull "ad slipped, and that it stopped
n few feet back. But it don't it goes
on. I crawled along it as fast as I
could I was about woozy, anyway
i'.nd by and by I 'eard the shots go off
i.e'ind me. But there wasn't any use
iu going back the tunnel was caved
In. So I kept on.
"After a while, I ran Into a stream of
water that came out of the inside of
the '111 somewhere, and I took a drink.
It gave me a bit of strength. And
then I kept on some more until all of
a sudden, I slipped and fell, just when
I was beginning to see dyellght. And
that's all I know. 'Ow long 'ave I
been gone?"
"Long enough to make me gray gray-h
h gray-h ended," Fairchild answered with a
little laugh. Then his brow furrowed.
"You say you slipped and fell just as
you were beeinning to see daylight?"
"Yes. Ir looked like it was reflected
from below, somewyes."
Fairchild mdded.
"T-sn't t!:ero quite a spring right by
Civ7y f.u'na's house?"
"Yes; it keeps going all year;
there's a current and it don't freeze
.' fr coTix out like it was a water water-fall
fall water-fall mid there's a roaring noise be be-itid
itid be-itid it."
"Tl'.en that's the explanation. You
fallowed the fissure until it joined the
TTMv.rrT tumid thr.t the spring has
made through the hills. And wher. you
reached the waterfall well, you fell
with it."
"B.it Vv did I zet 'ere?"
R.u'fly Fairchild told him, ivhile
Harry pawed at his still magnificent
ini.sta.'he. Ribtrt continued:
"But the time's not ripe yet. Harry,
to sprinr it. We've got to find out
more about Kodaine first and what
-t'.er tricks Le's been up to. And
novP got to get other evidence than
i;u rcly our own word. For instance,
!"i t!-i r-e. yon can't remember any anything.
thing. anything. AH the testimony I could give
would be unsupported. They'd run me
out of town if I even tried to start any
such accusation. But ono thing's cer cer-;.:n:
;.:n: cer-;.:n: We're .r. the open road at last,
vc Know wno we re ngnung and the
v. eapons he fights with. And if we're
oniy given enoueh time, we'll whip
I '. I'm ccliic: ..'ue to bed now
I've got to be up early in the morning
and tret hold of Farrell. Your case
comes up at court.''
"Ami up ??i a pitHl!"
inch fa t the court the next morn
w.z rer-.a.:?u. 'n rr.? testimony or.
tht- iiu rne, niv piiyMcitn and the day
lii'iM.- of tLf oh ;:. to the extent of
a continuance until the January term
M

m tne trial of the ease. A' thing wnicn
the court further recognized was tie
substitution of five thousand dollars
in cash for the deeds of the Blue Pop Poppy
py Poppy mine as security for the bailee.
And with this done, the deeds to his
mine safe in his pocket. Fairchild went
to the bank, placed the papers behind
the great steel gates of the safety de deposit
posit deposit vault, and then crossed the street
to the telegraph oihee. A long mes message
sage message was the result, and a money or order
der order to Denver that ran beyond a hun hundred
dred hundred dollars. The instructions that
went with It to the biggest florist in
town were for the most elaborate
floral design possible to be sent by ex express
press express for Judge Richmond's funeral
minus a card denoting the sender. Fol Following
lowing Following this, Fairchild returned to the
hospital, only to find Mother Howard
taking his place beside the bed of
Harry. One more place called for his
attention the mine.
Health returned slowly to the big
Cornishman ; it would be a matter of
weeks before he could be the genial,
strong giant that he once had repre represented.
sented. represented. And in those weeks Fairchild
was constantly beside him.
Nor that there were no other things
which were represented In Robert's
desires far from It. Stronger than
ever was Anita Richmond In Fair Fair-child's
child's Fair-child's thoughts now, and it was with
avidity that he learned every scrap of
news regarding her, as brought to him
by Mother Howard. Dully he heard
that Maurice Rodaine had told friends
that the passing of the Judge had
caused only a slight postponement In
their marital plans.
Finally, back to his normal strength
once more, Harry rose from the arm-

"We're Going to Work Tonight," H
Announced.
chair by the window of the boarding
house and turned to Fairchild.
"We're going to work tonight," he
announced calmly.
"When?" Fairchild did not believe
he understood. Harry grinned. "To "Tonight.
night. "Tonight. I've taken a notion. Rodaine
'11 expect us to work in the daytime.
We'll fool 'lm. We'll leave the guards
on in the daytime and work at night.
And what's more, we'll keep a guard
on at the mouth of the shaft while
we're Inside, not to let nobody down.
See?"
Fairchild-agreed. He knew Squint
Rodaine was not through. And he
knew also that the fight against the
man with the blue-white scar had only
begun. The cross-cut had brought
wealth and the promise of riches to
Fairchild and Harry for the rest of
their lives. But it had not freed them
from the danger of one man a man
who was willing to do anything in the
world, it seemed, to achieve his pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Harry's suggestion was a good
one.
Well, then Harry ran, to do much as
Fairchild had done, to chuckle and
laugh and toss the heavy bits of ore
about, to stare at them in the light of
his carbide torch, and finally to hurry
into the new stope which had been
fashioned by the hired miners in Fair Fair-child's
child's Fair-child's employ and stare upward at the
heavy vein of riches above him.
"Wouldn't it knock your eyes out?"
he exclaimed, beaming. "That vein's
certainly five feet wide."
"And two hundred dollars to the
ton," added Fairchild, laughing. "No
wonder Rodaine wanted It."
"I'll sye so!" A long time of con congratulatory
gratulatory congratulatory celebration, then Harry
led the way to the far end of the grQat
cavern. "'Ere it is!" he announced,
as he pointed to what seemed to both
of them never to be anything more
than a fissure in the rocks. "It's the
thing that saved my life."
Fairchild stared into the darkness of
the hole in the earth, a narrow crack
in the rocks barely large enough to al allow
low allow a human form to squeeze within.
He laughed.
"You must have made yourself
pretty small. Harry."
"What? When I went through there?
Sye, I could 'ave gone through the eye
of a needle. There were six charges
of dynamite just about to go off be'ind
me!"
Again the men chuckled as they
looked at the fissure, a natural, usual
thing in a mine, and often leading, as
this one did, by subterranean breaks
and slips to the underground bed of
some tumbling spring. Suddenly, how however.
ever. however. Fairchild whirled with a thought.
"Harry I wonder couldn't It have
been possible for my father to have
escaped from this mine in the same
war'"
(Continued Monday)
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

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my folks gave me a liver regulator. Then
Black-Draught was advertised and we
heard of It
"1 began to taice Black-Draught, and
have used It, when needed, ever since.
I use Black-Draught now in ray home,
and certainly recommend It for any liver
trouble.
"I have given It a thorough trial, and
after thirty years can say Black-Draught
Is my stand-by. It has saved me many
sick spells
Mr. Cromer writes that he Is never
out of Black-Draught' and says several
of his neighbors prefer it to any other
liver medicine. "I always recommend
Black-Draught to my friends," he adds.
This valuable, old, powdered liver
medicine is prepared from medicinal
roots and herbs, and has none of the bad
efiects so often observed from the use of
calomel, or other powerful mineral drugs.
Be sure to get the genuine, Thedford's.
NC-145
FOR SALE TERMS
Reo speed wagon, stake body, used
about three months. Price right. Thej
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Company.
Phone 8. 9-12-tf

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September 19 ail 20

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

The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Scd for SO years
a'General Tonic

and keep you well.

STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE

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OCAU
tr?nt:;:i:i::ii:!!;!:iiiiiti:;;c
In the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conveni convenience
ence convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
IOBERT M. MEYER, Manager,
r. E. KAVANAUGH, Proprietor.
Visitors to the
Cemetery
Usually admire monuments of
simple dignity and good taste.
We fire proud to say that me memorials
morials memorials of our leaking are ae ae-lected
lected ae-lected as the finest of all they
have seen. Our work is not ex expensive.
pensive. expensive. You can. procure a
monument for a surprisingly
small sum considering quality
and workmanship.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
Phone 183
for Malaria and ao
Helps build you up



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1922

Alun'n'jn.

Aluminum Is the i:;st abundant rce- i
tallic element in '-;-;iene Although J
It !s more nhMfsnr rhnn irun. it has j
Dot been used until fix n 2-" years,
for It Is found Vs' up n tisht with
oxygen tlisit only th electric furnace
can easily peparnte fh two elements.
It Is an essfr;t'n! '-on-titti-nt -f nearly
all rocks exc j't !r;H'Mone and sand sand-Stone.
Stone. sand-Stone. Dearborn In!t-c.!ilerit.
Eight pounds of sugar for 50 cents
T uj ""7
enes Saturday only at the O. K. Tea- i
pot Self Serve Store. 15-2t
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of .six lines one time
25c; three times 50c: six times 75c; one
month 3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED An experienced cook. A
small family and good, wages. Mrs.
H. F. Watt, 720 Oklawaha Ave. 3t
AGENTS $300 commission monthly
for full or part time selling whirl whirlwind
wind whirlwind sales stimulator to cigar
stands. Exclusive territory. Pocket
sample. Peoria Novelty Peoria,
111. 16-lt
LOS1 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
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 305. 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
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 piano in good
condition. Apply 735 Tuscawilla
St., or phone 256. 13-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping on first and sec second
ond second 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
FOR RENT Seven room house with
large porches, garage and all mod modern
ern modern conveniences, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Can be used as two
apartments. Immediate possession.
Mrs. R. Ragsdale, No. 24 Ray
street. ll-6t
FOR RENT Six room cottage with
all modern conveniences and garage.
Immediate possession. Apply to R.
L. Carter. Phone 526.
8-tf
FOR RENT Three rooms nicely fur furnished
nished furnished for light housekeeping. All
modern conveniences. Apply at 212
Orange avenue. 8-tf
FOR SALE Ford sedan; practically
new; hun iess 'ban sixty days,
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield.Fla. 5-tf
-Furnished house reaay
FOR RENT-
to occupy now. Apply
Carter, Carters Baker.
Mrs.
T. C.
9-2-tf 1
FOR RENT Two
j
unfurnished apart-
and b-th; sleeping
mems: o rooms and tKun; sleep
porches; private entrance; front
and back porches. Recently remod remodeled
eled remodeled throughout. Cor. Ocklawaha
and Anthony road. Mrs. S. A. Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, 447 Ocklawaha avenue. 9tf
SWEET GUAVAS
1.50 six-basket
carrier, f. o. b. Weirsdale; $1.50 a
bushel at residence.
T. B. Snock,
Weirsdale, Fla.
S-18-tf

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NCES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Ralph Simmons and John Good have
returned home from a week's trip to
West Palm Beach-
Mrs. E. H. Martin and little son,
who are spending some time at Lake
Weir, were in the city today,
Enjoy the luxury of wonderful days
and nights at sea, and use the Mer
chants and Miners steamers from
Jacksonville for the north. It
Jewish New Year cards just opened
at The Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig. 6t
Mr. W A. Redding of Jacksonville
is in the city to spend the week-end
with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Redding.
Miss Elizabeth Walsh of Savannah
is spending some time with her aunt,
Mrs. E. C. Beuchler, at the Anthony
Farms.
Just
Flour,
needs.
108. S,
received, Ballard's Obelisk
Let us supply your grocery
Main Street Market. Phone
Main street. 22-tf
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
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
Little Miss Mary Troxler who has
been staying at Daytona Beach, the
guest of Helen Watt, has returned
home.
Miss Marie Mathews, after several
days visit with Miss Ullainee Barnett,
returned last night to her home in
Flemington.
Albert's Plant Food is the thfr.g for
making your flower garden arid pot
nlnuts bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c. and 50c. packages and $2
-:acka. At the Crrt Pharmacy, tf
ONE LOT ROYAL SCARLET
JAMS, so-led label?, Saturday only,
20c. each. TEAPOT Self Serve. 15-2t
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
Miss Louise Rentz, who has been
visiting friends here, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Texas, where she will spend
the winter.
Mr. C. E. Ahearn and Dr. G. C.
Shephard left this morning for Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach in Mr. Ahearn's car to
spend the week-end with their fam families.
ilies. families. MONEY TO LOAN on improved
city real estate. Apply to P. O. Box
554, Ocala, Fla. 16-6t
The more you see of our methods of
handling fresh meats the better you
like it. Come and see us. Main Street
Market. Phone 103. 22-tf
Sugar cured ham?., picnic hams 22
cents per pound at the U-SERVE
STORES. 15-2t
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stiles Jr., who
have been spending a few days in
Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, expect to leave tomorrow for their
home in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss left
this afternoon for Hot Springs, Ark.,
hoping that he waters of those famous
springs will prove beneficial to Mr.
Harriss, who has been sick for the
past three weeks.
Guavas $1.75 per erf te. Leave youi
order with us. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 163. 22-tf
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1.00
with $1.00 worth of other groceries,
Saturday at the U-Serve Stores. 15-2t
SCHOOL CHILDREN take notice,
a full line of tablets of all sizes, loose
leaf composition books, pens, pencils,
erasers, crayone and all of the best
inks at THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
E GERIG. 16-6t
Among those who expect to go to
' Daytona Beach for the week-end with
j their families are Messrs. Welier
I Carmichael, Ed Ahearn, T. S. Tran-
( tham. John Good and Dr. G. C. Shep
y..,r(
Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee and daughter
.. 0hio-- af ter -'pending a short while
''n the Clt'- like 5t so Vt' that tne
hnve rented an apartment from Mrs.
R. Ragsdale on Ray street and will
spend the winter here.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eve, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent stora
Ocala, Fla
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Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.

OCALA

OCCURBE

MISS ROBERTS' MUSIC CLASS

Elsewhere in the Star appears an I
advertisement of Miss Cevie Roberts
for music pupils. Miss Roberts has
studied piano and violin under Miss
Mary Connor and. voice under Miss
Marguerite Porter, and after graduat graduating
ing graduating from the Ocala high school in
1&19 she attended the State College
for Women at Tallahassee, graduating
from that institution this year. Miss
Roberts made a special study of pub public
lic public school music, voice, piano and vio violin
lin violin and holds a degree in public school
music and a state certificate. She has
had experience in teaching in the
demonstration school at the college
and comes well recommended by her
instructors. Miss Roberts' friends who
have watched her work in school and
college know she has the qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications and training for a successful
music instructor and predict for her
much success in her chosen calling.
OPEN AIR OFFICES
Ocala is unique in the origination of
ar absolutely newr style in offices. The
latest thing is to have your office in
your car where it can be moved to and
fro at leisure. If Ocala gets too hot
you may move it to Silver Springs,
while people are enabled to locate you
by a large sign on the rear of the car
setting out in bold letters the name
and style of your business.
NOTICE, ODD FELLOWS
All members of the order, whether
members of the local lodge or not, are
requested to meet at the Odd Fellows
hall, Gary block, at 3:30 Sunday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, to attend the funeral of
Brother W. L. Colbert's wife in a
a body.
Joseph Malever, Noble Grand.
II. G. Shealy, Secretary.
NOTICE. EASTERN STARS
There will be a called meeting of
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon at the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic h?Jl. All members expected to
be 2r-'-'2nt. It is important.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE,
Saturday only two pounds 85s. TEA TEAPOT
POT TEAPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t
Get your advertising copy in early
for Dollar Days, September 19 and 20.
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
Thursday night at the Masonic tem temple
ple temple the Eastern Stars held the first
meeting since they discontinued meet meeting
ing meeting in the early summer. The attend attendance
ance attendance was large and every one was en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic to begin the winter's work.
Although there had been no meetings
several of the committees had been
busy during the summer. The presi president
dent president of the sewing circle in behalf of
that organization presented the chap chapter
ter chapter with a set of china consisting of
108 pieces. This was much appre appreciated
ciated appreciated as it was very much neded at
the large banquets and suppers that
this organization serves so often.
Pillsbury Flour 24-lb. sack for $1.30
at North End Supply Company, North
Magnolia St., phone 341-Blue. 15-2t
Smoked Bacon, Plantation style,
sliced to order, Saturday only 20c. a
pound. TEAPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
The fire yesterday was in the walls
of a negro house at 811 S. Magnolia
street. Hot ashes had been placed in
a wooden box in the kitchen and burn burned
ed burned through into the wall and thence
up into the ceiling. When the depart
ment arrived volumes of smoke were
pouring out of the attic but the fire it itself
self itself was confined to the wall and ceil ceiling
ing ceiling of the kitchen. A damage of
about $25 was sustained.
Eight pounds of sugar for 50 cents
with a dollar purchase of other groc groceries
eries groceries Saturday only at the O. K. Tea Tea-not
not Tea-not Self Serve Store. 15-2t
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
Wilbur Gary, who spent the sum- J
mer at Camp Sapphire, Brevard, N.
C, returned home yesterday. He has
ben sick in the hospital there but is
now entirely recovered and looks well :
and fit and none the worse for his re-
ter, Frances, who are at Brevard, will
A ,
remain until October 1st.
and buy the j
flowers from Mrs. J.
miles out on the
Phone 30M.
E. Hyndman, 1
Dunnellon read.
10-tf
ONE LOT ROYAL SCARLET
JAMS, soiled labels, Saturday only,
20c. each. TEAPOT Self Serve. 15-2t

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command, as a depositor in this bank.
Your money in the bank keeps the mills running, employs labor
and helps to make good and properous times far all. Keep your
money active by keeping it in this bank
Member oi the Federal Reserve System
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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FOOTBALL TO THE FRONT
(Continued from First Page)
and coach this season in the person of
Loonis Blitch, and although school
does not open until next week, some
preliminary work on the football field :
has been done and a a long list of
candidates for the team have been out
for practice. The team will be known
this year as the Wildcats.
While little has been heard from St.
Petersburg and Lake City, followers
of the youngsters' game have learned
to always count them in the running.
Tallahassee will come forward with
its squad, aimed largely at nearby
Georgia towns, but with designs al al-wavs
wavs al-wavs on the state high school honors.
AN ELEGY OF VAN WINKLE
Van WMnkle, Anyold county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, was the typical cracker hamlet,
where the flight cf time was merely
noted by the semi-annual change on
the railroad time table and crop per periods.
iods. periods. The leading citizens consisted at all
times of seven or eleven kinfGlks, who
occupied all the local and county offi offices
ces offices designated by the code and its j
amendments. Education or qualifica-1
tions were a fourth dimension in offi-,
cir.l status at Van Winkle.
The last war they heard of was in j
1861 and nothing figured since 1865.
A man's rpniitation was based unon t
j i
his ability as a fisherman and liar,
both running under the same head,
which signified all qualified in Van
Winkle as of good reputation.
The leading athletic sport was
checkers. Spiritual welfare of the
community was regulated by three
churches, each of which held a yearly
revival service, the second and third
lengthened in protractedness to beat
the term of the first.
WTien an outsider braved the por
tals of Van Winkle, seeking the much
vaunted benefits of its climate and lo
cation, he received the icy mit. The
folks were frozen out in 1895 and had
chills ever since. When one shook
your hand, it was with the cordial
grasp of a corpse overdue at the near
est cemetery. Progress was taboo j
its fame unknown and unsung, while
the only news which trickled in from j
the outside world was conveyed m
mail order house catalogs. The three
merchant princes who operated in
Van Wmkle, by mutual consent, had
arranged their stock lines to avoia
competition. The odd customers paid
twice the right retail price for goods,
which was the only way they could
nffct thp lnsspss throup-h credit ex-
tended. Cobwebs of the vintage of
1492 decked these emporiums of trade
and the ants meandered idlv through
iirar Wrpl irithnut restraint.

Then into the calm came a bolt from Making connection with all Atlantic
the blue. A Hebrewic gentleman, ; Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line aft aft-with
with aft-with a misfit stock of auction goods ernon trains at Ocala, and all Florida
hired the vacant store of Bill Snod-1 East Coast and Atlantic Coast Line
grass. It had been unused since the afternoon trains at Palatka.

big frost. Without showing his hand,:
the aforesaid lessee got busy. In a j
week, without native help, the store
was renovated so Snodgrass himself
was in doubt if it were his own prop-
erty. The big opening day came. Un-
heard bargains were revealed, prices
slashed to only 25 per cent above
normal, and the natives came, bear
ing handbills which had been cast
over the countryside. They viewed
and bought-bought again and again,
while the merchant princes wondered
where the com of the realm had been
dug up. About the time all the ready
casn m town ana me aajommg coun-

i trv naa Deen gamerea, xne mercnantir,

i princes got together and bought out
the invader, who made his exit. The j
division of the stock brought about
'' a quarrel between the three, war was
, ; declared and people got things at the ;
i-i ffhf Ttirx tha U'nr Jrf hca fri Y nry K. it.
, .
kle existed and the influx began. With
; . ,.
. its paved streets, electric lights,
! stores, etc., Van Winkle is now the
county seat, where land is ?800 an
acre instead of $8.
The moral: It does not always take
a burglar to find an opening in life,
tut it pays to advertise.
' Harry P. Leonard.
' Oxford, Fla., Sept. 14.

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To increase your business it will be a great help to
benefit of our knowledge and experience which are

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EAGLE MEAT MARKET
Phone 74

FRESH BEEF AND LAMB
SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS
All Kinds of Fruits and Ve&Pfnblps
Free Delivery any Part of Town
Main Street, Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

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

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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
s?ve cr. food b:H-. anl 7-otect your family's health by keeping-food
in the j.rcrer ty -n a well iced refrigerator. No other method
properly r'.'lz the ?u.ity of food, so ice is a mighty low prem-

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RAILROABCCMPANY
THE SIIVEB SPRINGS ROUTE
Fastest and Most Direct Rout
Between
PALATKA and OCALA
DAILY AND SUNDAY SERVICF
Leave Palatka daily 8:00 A. M.
; Arrive Ocala daily 11:00 A
M.
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: Leave 0cala daily....
'Arrive Palatka daily..
.12:45 P.M.
3:45 P. M.
Effective September 14th, 1922
Calumet Baking Powder 27c. pound
at North End Supply Company, N.
j Magnolia St., Phone 341-BIue. 15-2t
j
j Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1.00
jwjti gi.oo worth of other groceries,
j Saturday at the U-Serve Stores. 15-2t
!
j Recent primaries reveal that 'the
j country is still more or leSS dry?
! hilfi the ciUes are Ve,,.; in other
wordSf that the baltle is stm between
j the hJck and the hic Columbia
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Smoked Bacon, Plantation style,-
i sliced to order, Saturday only 20c. a
pound. TEAPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t
j CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE,
; Saturday only two pounds 85s. TEA TEA-IPOT
IPOT TEA-IPOT SELF SERVE. 15-2t
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
Palm Beach suits and white flannel
trousers cleaned and pressed right.
Counts Drv Cleaning Plant. Phone
605. No. 216 South Main St. 29-tf

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Never an Expense

& PACKING CO., Ocala, Fla.

SALT SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It i3 sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
container.
Ciierc-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167
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DOOR
Gso. Way I Co. I
UCSia, 113.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
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
Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.
"We never saennce quality to sell
at a low price. Our meats are thv
, BEST to be had.
Set. Phone 108.
Main Street Maf-"'
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Dollar Days Sept. 19 and 20.



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