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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight, Tuesday probably showers in northeast portion; fresh northerly winds, except variable over south portion. TEMPERATURES This morning-, 70; this afternoon, 84."
Sun rises tomorrow, 6:13; Sets, 6:30 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 223

MUST III UNTIL
BATTLESHIPS TO
THE BOSPOROUS
AMERICAN FLAG
IS FLYING ALONE
AN INDUSTRIAL
WW IS IDLE
SEABOARD SHOPMEil
OFF THEIR STRIKE
FANGS ARE BARE
NOT AUSPICIOUS

BRITISH LION'S

OPENING

WAS

TOMORROW WIG

Another Twenty-Four Hours of Sus Suspense
pense Suspense Must Pass, Say The
Engineers

Jackson, Calif.. Sept. 18. A con connection
nection connection between the Argonaut mine,
where forty-seven men have been en entombed
tombed entombed more than three weeks and
the adjoining Kennedy mine was es established
tablished established at 4:50 this morning, accord according
ing according to the superintendent of the Ar Argonaut
gonaut Argonaut mine company. The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent said air began passing be between
tween between the mines at that hour. Sev Several
eral Several hours are expected to elapse be before
fore before the workings could be penetrated.
ANXIOUS WATCHERS
The drill hole connecting the Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy and Argonaut mines was enlarg enlarged
ed enlarged to sixteen inches in diameter with within
in within an hour after it had been opened.
The draft from the Kennedy into the
Argonaut mine was so strong two men
were required to keep each door closed
at the 3000-foot level.
Tense watchers stood in the chill
morning twilight, fearing, hoping for
the first word from rescue squads
These were not relatives of the men,
but mine officials, Red Cross workers
and newspaper men. So many times
had the wives, parents and children of
the imprisoned miners heard that the
cut through was expected and failed,
that most of them were home in bed
when it was actually achieved.
MUST WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW
Engineers at the mouth of the mine
said at least twenty-four hours would
be required before the first body or
rescued miner could be brought to the
surface.
CONTROLLER'S CALL
Washington, Sept 18. The-control
ler of the currency today issued a call
for the condition of all national banks
at the close of business Friday, Sep
tember loth.
CLARA PHILLIPS ON TRIAL
Los Angeles, Sept. 18. Mrs. Clara
Phillips, a former chorus girl, faced
trial today for th murder of Mrs.
Alberta Meadows, twentv-vear-old I
widow, who was beaten to death with
a hammer in an outlying part of Los
A.ngeles July 12th
Health, rest, economy promoted by
use of .Merchants and Miners liners
sailing from Jacksonville to Baltimore
and Philadelphia.. Close connections
for Washington, Atlantic City, New
York and beyond. It

Dollar Days
AT
RHEINAUER & CO.
We have arranged to give some
unusual values from our regu regular
lar regular stock on Tuesday and
Wednesday Sept., 19 and
20. Don't fail to visit
our store and see what
you can get for

Cabinet Meeting Held in London To-
Day Attended by Array And j
Navy Chiefs

London, Sept. 18. The British cabi cabinet
net cabinet held a conference today over the

near eastern crisis. Significance is at-to reinforce the Mediterranean squad squad-tached
tached squad-tached to the presence of the Earl of !ron for the protection of Constanti Constanti-Cavan,
Cavan, Constanti-Cavan, chief of staff of the army, Air jnople and the straits of the Darda Darda-Marshal
Marshal Darda-Marshal Sir Hugh Montague Trench-! nelles. This undoubtedly will create
ard and a prominent representative of i the most formidable force of warships
the admiralty, all of whom carried j ever assembled in an area of like size,
dispatches and maps. (embracing more modern dread-
MAKING MUNITIONS j naughts, battle cruisers, destroyers,
submarines and aircraft carriers.
Paris, Sept. 18. The British gov-British officials here believe if the al-

ernment has ordered all small arms
and ammunition factories in the Unit United
ed United Kingdom t work twenty-four
hours a day at full capacity in pre pre-partion
partion pre-partion for any Turkish eventualities,
according to news from private
sources here.
MYSTERIOUS DOUBLE MURDER
New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 18.
The question of where Rev D. Edward
H Hall, rector of the fashionable
Church of St. Johns the Evangelist,
and his choir leader, Mrs. James Mills,
were slain, shared almost equally in
interest with that of by whom they
were slain, as the authorities of two
counties began the third day's inquiry
into the mysterious double murder.
Although they displayed unusual reti reticence,
cence, reticence, it is apparent the detectives
working on the case are not convinced
that the rector and Mrs. Mills met
death beneath the apple tree where
their bodies were found.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
HOOKED BY FISHER
Fort Lauderdale, Sept. 18. J. H.
Fisher, of Youngstown, Ohio, who has
been sought on charges of embezzle embezzlement
ment embezzlement in connection with a land deal,
was turned over to the Ohio authori authorities
ties authorities today. It is alleged he defrauded
the stockholders of a land combine of
which he was the head of a sum ap-
" a. T r- rv r r r -t i
Poximaiing 5ou..uuu. risner was a
member of the choir of the Presbyte
rian church here and counsel announc
ed they would fight extradition.
IT'S HADES WHEN
WE CAN'T HELP IT
Los Angeles, Sept. 18. Cornelius
Cole, former member of Congress and
United States senator from California,
who celebrated his 100th anniversary
today, told friends at a reception that
"worry kills more people than blud bludgeons,
geons, bludgeons, bullets and disease

TUESDAY
and
WEDNESDAY

RHEINAUER

& CO.
$

Immense Force of Allied War Vessels
To Hold the Turk to His
place in Asia

Constantinople, Sept. 18. The en
tire British Atlantic flek is being sent
lied land forces are not sufficient to
check an attack on the Dardanelles by
Turkish nationalists, the combined
fleet together with French and Italian
war vessels will be more than ade adequate.
quate. adequate. A SHORT CUT
Duval, Clay and Bradford Plan a Road
Which Would Help Marion
(Times-Union)
In view of the fact that the county
commissioners of Bradford county
have succeeded in getting through a
bond issue providing funds for the
construction of a north and south
highway across that county, which
will be the most direct route through
Gainesville to Tampa and have com communicated
municated communicated to Commissioner J. F.
Hammond, of the board of Duval
county commissioners, their intention
to build the road, the Duval commis commissioners
sioners commissioners yesterday called a joint meet
ing of the boards of county commis
sioners of Duval, Bradford and Clay
counties to be held in this city on Oc October
tober October 2, to discuss the construction of
such a highway.
Commissioner Hammond introduced
a resolution calling for the joint
meeting on October 2, which was
unanimously passed by the board and
copies of the resolution were ordered
sent to the county commissioners of
Bradford and Clay counties.
The proposed highway is consider considered
ed considered of great importance to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Duval county, as well as the
counties which would benefit by such
a road in central and south Florida,
Commissioner Hammond's resolution
points out.
Duval county would construct ap
proximately one mile of road from J
Maxville to the Clay county line,
Clay county wTould construct approxi
mately three and a half miles of road
from the Duval county line to the
junction of Clay and Bradford coun counties.
ties. counties. It is believed the Duval county
commissioners will authorize construc construction
tion construction of the Duval portion if the Clay
county commissioners will agree to
build their three and a half miles of
the proposed road. If the Clay county
board will not appropriate funds for
this work, it is understood the state
road department will be appealed to
to assist in the construction and main maintenance
tenance maintenance of that portion of the road.
A discussion of the proposed high highway
way highway will take place at the October 2
meeting and it is probable that some
definite action will be decided upon at
this meeting.
Commissioner D. C. Brown seconded
Commissioner J. F. Hammond's mo
tion which was unanimously passed
ACCIDENT FATAL TO
THREE IN ILLINOIS
Edwardsville. 111.. Sept. 18. Three
persons were killed and two injured
when an Illinois traction system elec electric
tric electric train collided with an automobile
three miles west of here. One coach
overturned and two sleepers were de
railed but remained upright
MINERS WERE MIFFED
Cumberland, Md., Sept. 18. Four
men were shot, two probably fatally,
in a clash between miners and non
union miners today at the Potomac
mines of the Boffa Coal Company at
Barton, W. Va.
Those attending the radio concert at
the Philips drugstore last night were
able to hear the service, including pre prelude,
lude, prelude, hymns, prayers and sermon of
the Wesley Memorial church in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. When the Ocala audience tired
of the sermon in Atlanta, they shifted
the vernier and listened in on a relig religious
ious religious and phychological lecture given
by a Kansas City man at the Sweeney
Automobile School broadcasting sta
tion in Kansas City. After the lecture
in Kansas City several good musical
numbers were sent out by that sta station.
tion. station. 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

Symbol of Mercy, Its Bright Stars
And Broad Stripes Only Emblem
Of Good Amid Ashes
Of Smyrna

Smyrna, Sept. 18 (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Smyrna, which the
Turks have called the eye of Asia, is
a vast sepulcher of ashes. Only the
shattered walls of 25,000 homes and
the charred bodies of countless victims
remain to tell the story of death and
destruction unexampled in modern
history.
A temporary American consulate in
charge of Vice Consul Maynard
Barnes has been established on a quay
at the end of the town. The stars and
stripes is the only foreign flag ashore;
it is an inspiring sight amid ruin and
desolation.
FUNERAL OF MRS. COLBERT
The funeral services of Mrs. W. L.
Colbert were held from her late home
on the Anthony road yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at four o'clock. Rev. C. W.
White of the Methodist church, of
which she was a devoted member, and
Rev. C. H. Trout, a neighbor and
friend, conducted the funeral services.
The floral offerings were beautiful
and the quantity of them was a silent
tribute of the love of many friends.
The choir of the Methodist church
sang two hymns, "Nearer, My God, to
Thee" and "Asleep in Jesus," after
which interment was made in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood cemetery. The following acted
as pall bearers: Messrs. D. W. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, A J. Stephens, W. W. Clyatt, L.
W. Duval, Geo. L. Taylor and IL D.
Stokes.
The services were attended by a
delegation of Odd Fellows, in sympa
thy for Mr. Colbert, who is a valued
member of that order
CATHERINE IVES YANCEY
Mrs. Charles Mathews of Candler
received a cablegram from her daugh
ter, Mrs. George Yancey, in Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil. Saturday, with the
news that her little daughter, Cathe
rine Ives Yancey, died at their home
there that day. The news will be
learned with the deepest regret by the
friends of Mrs. Yancey in Ocala. No
particulars were given.
Mrs. Yancey and two daughters left
Ocala about two months ago after a
winter and spring spent here with
Mrs. Charles Mathews at Candler, for
their home in Brazil. The little girl
was in the best of health when they
lef t, but by the time they had reached
New York city, from which port they
sailed, she had developed fever. No
word had been received from Mrs
Yancey since she left New York city
until the" cable Saturday.
Catherine Ives Yancey was the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Yancey and at the time of her
death had just passed her second
birthday by four days. She was a
sweet and lovable child, making
friends with all whom she came in con contact
tact contact and it will be with sincere regret
that the news of her death will be re received
ceived received in Marion county. The deepest
sympathy of friends is extended to
the parents and grand-parents in their
loss
MRS. STEPHENS
Mrs. Mary Dora Stephens, aged
seventy-eight, wife of R. O. Stephens
of Homosassa, passed away Friday
night at 11 o'clock after only two
days illness Mrs. Stephens was one
of the most beloved Christian women
of Homosassa and will be greatly
missed by her friends. She leaves to
mourn her death one daughter, two
sons and her husband. On the arrival
of her son from the north today the
funeral services will be held. Inter
ment will be made in the family
burial ground at Homosassa. Sam R.
Pyles & Company have charge of the
arrangements.
AGNES WILLIAMS
Little Agnes, age tnree years
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Will
iams, residing at 310 North Orange
stret, died at an early hour Sunday
morning. The funeral was held from'
the residence Sunday afternoon at five
o'clock. Interment was made in Ever
green cemetery. Rev. C. W. White
officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Williams have
the sympathy of their friends in the
loss of their little daughter.
The private school conducted by
Mrs. Jennie Cassil at 620 E. Third
stret will open Monday morning, Sep September
tember September 25th. All grades Day and
night classes. Special coaching. For
appointments phone 27. 18-t
The profiteer staggers every time
prices take a drop Washington Post.

One Man Killed and Four Injured In
First Races on Kansas City's
New Speedway

Kansas City Sept. 18. Hospital
representatives today indicate the
probable recovery of Joe Thomas, Ed Eddie
die Eddie Kearn, Jimmy Murphy, Pete De De-Paolo,
Paolo, De-Paolo, famous auto raving drivers in injured
jured injured in yesterday's series of acci accidents
dents accidents which marked the dedication
event of Kansas City's new speedway, j
Roscoe Sarles, of LaFayette, Ind., was i
killed when the steering knuckle on his j
car broke.
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL OPENING
The 1922-23 session of the Ocala
high school opened this morning at
8:45 and at the sound of the gong in
regular formation the students march marched
ed marched to the high school auditorium,
where the opening exercises were held.
Miss Mary Sheppard, principal of
the Ocala schools, was master of cere
monies. The session was opened by
her with a few brief words. She then
asked Rev. C W. White to conduct the
devotional part of the exercises, which
he did, reading a portion of the first
Psalm, followed by prayer.
Mr. J. J. Gerig of the local school
board was then called on as a repre
sentative of the powers that be and
he responded with a short address.
Mr. Gerig is a most devoted and effi efficient
cient efficient servant of public education, and
his talk was a good one. His popu popularity
larity popularity with the boys and girls was
proven by the applause which he re
ceived at the beginning and end of
his address.
Mr. W. W. Condon, manager of The
Book Shop, was present with helpful
information in the shape of book lists
which facilitated the selection of text
books for the coming year. A number
of the parents and friends of the
school, as well as a representative of
the Star, were present.
Miss Sheppard gave the out of town
pupils a cordial welcome and said she
hoped they would consider this as
much their school as those living
within the city. The new students of
of the high school, the freshmen, were
also welcomed, as also were the new
teachers. In a few words, the prin principal
cipal principal made it clear that she was be beginning
ginning beginning this term with the determi
nation to make it the banner year for
the O. H. S. and counted on the sym
pathy and support of her faculty and
pupils.
The short introduction of the teach teachers
ers teachers of the high school showed that in
scholarship the faculty was 100 per
cent, all holding bachelors' and mas masters'
ters' masters' degrees and two years of experi experience
ence experience as teachers. All of the ladies on
the faculty except one hold degrees
from the State College at Tallahassee.
Miss Davis, was the exception, holding
a degree from the state institution of
learning of Kentucky.
After general information and regu-
ations as to registration and matric
ulation, the four divisions of the high
school, freshmen, sophomores, juniors
and seniors went to their several
rooms where they were given assign assignments
ments assignments and dismissed to report for
regular work tomorrow morning.
Following is a list of this year's
high school faculty. Some members
are already known to the patrons of
the school and the others come highly
recommended for scholarship and effi
ciency. As they will make Ocala their
home for the coming winter, we give
their place of residence:
Miss Mary Sheppard, principal, and
Miss Ava Lee Edwards will make
their home with Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Edwards, corner Wenona and East
Fifth street.
Mrs. John C. Brown and Miss Eliz
abeth Davis, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck, corner East
Fifth and Sanehez streets.
Mrs. Brown G. Cole, at her home
corner Eighth and S. Watula streets.
Miss Etta Burleson, at the home of
Mrs. Ferguson, East Third street.
Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Shealy on East
Second street.
Mr. Loonis Blitch, at the home of
Mrs. Robert March, East Broadway.
Mr. Edward Y. Lindsay, at the home
ox Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Johnson.
MONEY TO LOAN on improved
city real estate. Apply to P. O. Box
554, Ocala, Fla. 16-6t
Just received, Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf
Jewish New Year cards just opened
at The Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig. 6t
"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
J miles out on the Dunnellon road,
Phone 30M. 10-tf

Ford's Great Plants at Detroit Shut
Down and a Hundred Thousand
Men Jobless

Detroit, Sept. 18 An industrial
army of upwards of 100,000 men to today
day today entered upon a period of idleness
and the mammoth Ford Motor Com Company
pany Company plants were deserted except for
caretakers. For the first time in
months many idle workers were cast
ing about for jobs to tide them over.
Ford Tenewed his efforts to solve the
coal problem. His task, Ford said.
was to obtain coal at what he consid considered
ered considered reasonable prices. No statement
is probable during the period of sus suspension.
pension. suspension. PARABLE OF THE HOLY
MAN AND THE FLAPPER
(Berea Citizen)
Behold, a flapper went forth to flap,
and as she proceeded she lifted up her
eyes and beheld a holy man and drave
straightway in his direction. And
when she had come nigh, he saw her
and marveled and put his book in his
pocket and took off his glasses and
wiped them and looked upon her
again. And hes aid, "What art thou,
and whence dost thou come?"
And she said unto him, "I am a flap
per, what art thou?"
And he answered her, saying, "I am
a holy man. I spend my days in medi meditation
tation meditation preparing for the world to
come, but if mine eyes do not deceive
me, that world is already here and
thou art it. Thou must be the Eve
of the new Paradise, but where, I pray
thee, is thy fig leaf? Thou will catch
cold."
And she answered him, saying, "I
fear neither the cold nor the sunshine 1
nor the opinions of men nor the envy
of the plain woman I wear my beau beauty
ty beauty as my chiefest garment and I bob
my hair. I am the flower of this
generation and the wonder of the
world."
And the holy man was sore amazed
and he spake and said, "All my life I
have held other ideas, but I had not
seen thee."
And she said, "What ideas?"
And he answered and said, "I had
thought that women should hide them
selves with long and cumbersome gar garments,
ments, garments, should wear long hair and
mournful habiliaments and expose
nothing to the light except their
noses, but, as I said, I had not seen
thee."
And after they had conversed a lit
tle season, the holy man said, "It is
not good that man should be alone;
wilt thou marry me?" And the flap
per answered and said, "I wilt," and
they twain were made one in the little
church on the roadside, where jt was
the custom of the holy man to exhort
the people.
And when the holy man taught on
the Sabbath Day, it came to pass that
he set his wife, even the flapper, in
the midst of the congregation, and
certain old sisters turned up their
noses. But it was observed that those
who turned up their noses the highest
were also the ugliest and it got them
nothing but hard words. And their
husbands rebuked them, saying, "Yea,
our preacher is a wise man, and his
taste is excellent. May he live long
and prosper.
And when the collection plate was
passed, certain old deacons and mis
l
ers, wno naa never been known to
give more than a dime before, and
thought their salvation high at that
price, were seen to give half dollars
and quarters. For as they said, "The
preacher's family hath increased."
And the preacher throve exceeding exceedingly,
ly, exceedingly, and after a little season the female
portion of his congregation resembled
nothing so much as a flower garden,
and the male portion were like unto
divers bumblebees buzzing there thereabouts.
abouts. thereabouts. This parable sheweth that there are
times when new wine is good for old
bottles.
Europe has had nineteen confer conferences,
ences, conferences, and they have all ended as soon
as somebody mentioned money. New
York Evening Mail.

CUT OUT NOTICE

TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:
All Light and Water consumers who have not
paid up their accounts by the 20th inst will be cut
off without further notice and $1.00 charged for re reconnecting
connecting reconnecting the service. . ;

H. C.

Eight Hundred Returned to Work la
Jacksonville and An Hands
Resumed in Raleigh V

Jacksonville, Sept. 18. Eight hun hundred
dred hundred men, approximately half of Jack Jacksonville's
sonville's Jacksonville's striking shop craftsmen, re
ported for duty at the Seaboard 'Air
Line shops this morning under the.
Chicago agreement. Strikers on other
roads here, including the Atlantic
Coast Line and Florida East Coast,,
remained out. Reorganization plans
for the remainder of the striking
forces are being laid today and will
be perfected at a mass meting to be
held tonight.
AT RALEIGH ALSO
Raleigh, N. C, Sept 18. All Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air line shopmen who went on
strike July 1st went back. to work at
their old jobs when the whistle blew
at 7 o'clock this morning, according to
the agreement reached between the
railroads and strikers.
A LAW WITH TEETH
(St. Petersburg Independent)
Kentucky, where most of the whisky
used to be made, is going to put a
stop to bootlegging if the law can do
it. That state has a law which has v
real teeth in it and it looks as if some somebody
body somebody is going to be chewed up consid considerable.
erable. considerable. The Kentucky statute is said to be
one of the most stringent enforce enforcement
ment enforcement laws in the United States. It
authorizes peace officers to seize intox intoxicants
icants intoxicants wherever found and provides
for search warrants of a sweeping na nature.
ture. nature. Not only are search warrants
provided for, but it also is provided
that property seized under insufficient
search warrants shall not be returned
unless the owner proves in court that
the liquor was legally acquired. Ex- -cept
for corporations, the law does not
permit a sentence that does not in- ;
elude a jail sentence. The minimum
fine is $50 and the maximum $500 on
iirst oiiensea ana aiso a jaii sentence
not to exceed six months.
The law provides that for manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing liquor illegally the punishment
for the first offense shall be a fine of.
$100 to $500 and two to six months in-
jail; for the second offense one to five
years in prison, and for the third two
to ten years in prison. For having an
illicit still the first offense is punish
able with $50 to $500 fine and a jail
sentence up to six months; for the
second offense one to five years in
prison, and for the third five to ten
years. For any violation not specine--
ally mentioned the punishment is $100
to $300 fine and thirty to sixty days in in-jail;
jail; in-jail; on second conviction one to three"
years in prison and on third conviction
five to ten years Officers making ar
rests under the law are allowed $5 re
ward for each arrest, to be taxed on
costs, and any person giving informa
tion resulting in arrest and conviction
shall receive $50 for each such arrest.
Drinking on a train," in a public place
or on a street car is subject to fine of
$10 to $100 and five to thirty days in
jail and every railroad conductor is
invested with police powers to make
arrests. :
Florida needs a law like that. The
only way to break np the whisky ring"
is by imposing jail sentences for vio violation
lation violation of the prohibition laws. It is no
use to impose fines. In Pinellas coun county
ty county a few stiff "prison sentences would
have a fine deterrent effect on the men
who now are violating the law with
brazen affrontery. It might be ern
barrassing to some "prominent" peo people,
ple, people, but so much the better.
Just think, this time last summer
our chief anxiety was, would the
pressure of coal burst out the side-,
wall of the bin? New York Even ing
Post.
It begins to look as tho the Allies
had turned down a peace without vic victory
tory victory for victory without peaces peaces-Washington
Washington peaces-Washington Post.
What the country needs is more
men in Congress with throat trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Cleveland News.
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H. J. BlttMKcK'Prcaldemt
H. D. LcarcBKM Vlce-Prealdeat

P. V. Ieaveaa;ae4, Sretary-Treare

J. H. DealaMfa, Editor

flict that will again wrap the flames

of war around the world

It is the duty of the Entente Pow

ers. for the sake of civilization, to

maintain the neutrality of the Darda

neiles and it is the duty of America
t: help them. America is the only na

tion that has anything like moral in

fLnnce with the Turks.

Will we use our influence? The odds

is that we will not, and in time be

Entered at Ocala-" Fla.. Doatofflca as I
tuisViaH nn willi tic and unrjreDared into

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clcty Reporter

EIGHT YEARS AGO

Flve-Oaa

BROKEN THE ICE

HEMBtB ASSOCIATED PRESS

TtlA JlBflnUt.J TAaai la a. wslna I VJ.1 V

ntttlei for tb uaa for republication of Marion county democrat

For four weeks, the Star has asked

to contri-

u nawa flUpatchet cradlted to it or noi . n tV,0 Katimml F.xecutive

omerwiae credited m tnia paper ana

alo the local newa ou&llahed herein.

All right of republication of special

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Three months. In advance 1.60
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DIalari Plate 15 centa per Inch for
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tions.' insertions.' 23 per cent additional. Composi

tion charges on ads. that run less than

six- ximea xo cents per men.
poaltJon, 25 per cent addition:

ased'on four-Inch minimum. Less than

Committee for use in the campaign.
The Star has intended to contribute
its mite. The Star has always opened
every such subscription itself, but
this year it decided to pass the honor
to somebody else. It began to think
it was going to send its little contri contribution
bution contribution in alone. But Saturday it re

ceived the following letter from Edi Editor
tor Editor Collens of the Summerfield Chron-

tJpecial j ic!e:

"The Summerfield Chronicle, al-

foor Indies will take a hlgner rate, I thnueh authorized to take contnbu-

W1U b furnl8Dd "on appUca' tions for the National Democratic
Haadlaar Nougat Five cents per line Committee to defray its campaign
for first insertion; three cents per line -for1
''each subsequent insertion. One expenses, cannot devote the space re re-ebange
ebange re-ebange a week allowed on readers with- nr a. nHvprtispmpnt so we
oat extra composition charges. quired tor tne acnertisement, so we
Legal advertisements at legal rates, send to the Ocala Star our pittance of
" $1 and ask every true and loyal demo-
THE WAR CLOUD crat in Marion county to call or send
IN THE NEAR EAST to the Star and cover our dollar with
a like amount, or more from demo-
Fearful are the stories of blood- crats financially more able."

shea, rape and burning that come With the letter was a check for a
. . ,,. .rrii dollar. Editor Collens not only earns
from Asia Minor, where the Turk is ... , ,
' his dollars bv the sweat of his brow,
rtpdrted to be romping joyfully in his but he earng them in pain for it has
ancient roll of the devil without a been many years since he was a well
tail man. He has broken the ice. Ice is
It will be wise in Americans to dis- out of Place in the democratic party
- of Marion county. Come along all of
count these stories from fifty to
you and help Brother Collens melt
seventy-five per cent. Among other jt out
Important implements of war, the T. D. Lancaster Jr our good-look-
Turks lack a press agent. The stories ing and efficient young county clerk,
about them come mostly from their has no dollars to burn. Every dollar
. . .. that comes his wav is taerered before it

enemies, who differ from tne lurns ,

Sept. 18, 1914. According to

French accounts, the battle that has

been raging for six days along the
banks of the Aisne, is so far a draw.

Fierce attacks for several days by
Germans on Nancy have failed and
the citv remains in hands of the

French. Many months after this date,
it was revealed that the German
army which tried to take Nancy was
commanded by the kaiser, and was
repulsed with awful slaughter, the
victory of the French being mainly

owing to the efficiency of their sev

enty-fives" and to their having the
exact range of every foot of ground
on the battlefield.
Serbian army retreated from Sem-lin.

XX
8

USELESS REMEDIES

m

(Lakeland Advertiser)
A symposium on "gun-toting"

the latest Literary Digest brings to
light some interesting information re

garding social conditions in this
country. The number of murders

committed in America during last year
is estimated at 8500. There is a 1200

per cent increase in burglaries. Other

criminal statistics are equally start
ling. The crime wave, whose activi

ties attracted excited comment more
than a year ago, is still moving ahead

with increasing momentum.

This is far from encouraging, and
still farther is the class of remedies

suggested. Reformers seem utterly

unable to divorce themselves from the

fetishism which holds the instrument

rather than the man himself primarily
responsible for the crime. Their idea

of making the world better is to de

prive the criminally inclined of al

possible means of wrong-doing.

If murder is to be forestalled, abol

ish the pistol. If burglaries are to be

prevented, put a ban on the jimmy

sobriety is to be enforced, make al alcohol
cohol alcohol illegal.
The trouble with this method of
treatment is, not only that it is child childish
ish childish and inane, but it never gets any-
1 rr-l n 1

fn.. fcia honrle TTo wo a '. ursi muruer was com-

principally' in being inferior to them Saturday evening and handed it to the!mitted lonff before there were anv

ineit and robbery, even

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO iwill probably rebuild its big store g

that burned down last week.
(Evening Star Sept. 18 ,1902) j Rev l. B. Warren of the Baptist
Bradford Webb, manager of the j church, who has been taking a vaca vaca-Standard
Standard vaca-Standard Lime Co. at Kendrick, was ; tion in Georgia for the past two
in town this morning and reports that months, is now in White Springs for
the plant is working day and night tola few days and will return to Ocala

keep up with the orders. They employ ,the last of the week. j

forty hands and their pay roll is over- Messrs. E. P. George and D. E.1
$1250 a month. j Swind?ll took the second degree in the

The foundation work has begun on K of P. last night.

Mr. William Benus' brick block, which i i?s Juanita Lytle passed through
will be forty feet deep and forty- :tnjS morning on the way from her

eight feet wide, one story high and home at Stanton to Tallahassee,
divided into two rooms. The rooms where ?he will make another of the

have been rented and when completed ; bright bevy of Marion county girls at
will be occupied by a furniture com-'tj-e Woman's College.

pany. Miss Irma Blake left yesterday to

G. J. Strozier, the Oklawaha mer-:firjsh her education at the State Col-

chant, with his wife was in Ocala to-' ege for Women at Tallahassee. Miss

day. Blake is one of our high school's

Mr. P. R. Lester of the Oklawaha ; brightest graduates and will add to

Lumber Company at Silver Springs, ; her laurels at Tallahassee.
drove into town today and later made j Mrs. W. M. McDowell and daugh-
the purchase of the little steamer ters. Misses Mary and Anna, came in

Helen, which is so well known to our on the noon train. They have enjoyed

pleasure seeking people and winter ;a two months tap among the moun-

visitors, plying the Silver Springs run. tain resorts of North Carolina. The

; trip did Mrs. McDowell much good
Ocala Ten Years Ago and the young ladies feel much better
(Evening Star Sept 18, 1912) jthan when they left Ocala.
Mr. J. T. Lewis of Oklawaha was!

town today. John is making up for SCHOOL CHILDREN take notice,

Always a Saving Never an Expense
Ice is the one home necessicy 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.

ii

his constant pilgrimages while in of-; a full line of tablets of all sizes, loose

flee by staying home about ten days leaf composition books, pens, pencils,

in the week. i erasers, crayone and all of the best

Mr. J. K. Christian of Mcintosh is inks at THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A

at the Ocala House. He says his firm E GERIG. 16-6t

trap

in fighting ability. Star for the campaign fund

No- doubt the atrocities are fearful. Come along, brother democrats;

The eastern peoples have always made let s round up a roll. We have to
waf -Iri the German fashion. None pay our laundry bill this week, but we

have? "been anv worse than the Chil- think something will be left out of our

drerf "bf Israel for details read the salary, for all that. There are no rich
coritfereBtf of Canaan in the Old Testa- democrats in Marion county. Let the
mcftitt'and a few centuries later the Poor ones remember that the good

treatment handed by King David to book says that he who gives quickly

hir Enemies. And so it has come gives twice.

down1 thru the centuries, and the ad- The Fund

verit-of Christianity did not moderate The Summerfield Chronicle 1.00
theKis&vageTy of war. The only time T. D. Lancaster 1.00

in Thistry-'when Asia Minor has en-

joyedTpeace and good government was See where a preacher in Tampa Sun
t T 1 !l 1j 1 1 t

wnen tne pagan itomans maae n a aay nignt Dasea nis sermon on one
province "of their empire and compell- newspaper man who got his start by
ed all religions to treat each other turning down his wine glass at a

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OUR PHONES
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Oinally!

guns in use.

burglr.ry. were prevalent back in the

days when nobody had ever heard of
the burglar's "kit." Old Noah made a
donkey of himself with, home brew
three thousand years before the
eighteenth amendment was passed.
Some remedy for the increasing
criminality of the country must be
found, but the solution must go deeper
than the surface. The cause must be
discovered and removed. But until

our conception of cause and effect pro

ceeds beyond the notion of mere force,

prohibition and deprivation, we can

not even begin an intelligent investi investigation
gation investigation of the problem.

with tolerance

Hie Turks are not a very numerous
people." Not more than twenty-five
milllori in the world, of which per perhaps
haps perhaps fifteen million are in Asia Minor.
If they ; will 'content themselves with
the victory they have gained and set settle
tle settle -down "into a peaceful and indus industrious
trious industrious nation, all may be well with
them irid their neighbors.
It is to be feared that they will not
be -so content. Their victory has prob probably'
ably' probably' given them an exalted case of the
trighead, and they may try to plant
the "trre'sceht along the shores of the
Danubei1" as their ancestors did five
hundred years ago.
If they try, another great war will
JttginV'a'nd "it may not end until it has
produced greater consequence and
greater ruin than that from which the
worIdr is yet gasping.
There is not so much danger to the
jaorld in a religious war between
Moslem and Christian. The Christian
rules' the seas and makes the ammunition.''-The
most the Moslem can do
is to massacre the Christians in the
lands where he has the great numer numerical'
ical' numerical' superiority. All such massacres
would .ih time be fearfully avenged.
The "great danger is that back of
the Turk 'is Russia Soviet Russia,
ready to use or set aside any religion
or.'principle in order to win. Soviet
Russia' off ers to help Turkey recover
Constantinople Of course, Soviet
Russia' intends as fully as Czarist
Russiavdid to take Constantinople, in
time, for itself.' Soviet Russia may
not be able to do this. But Soviet Rus Rus-iajs
iajs Rus-iajs able to bring on another con-

MICKIE SAYS

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presidential dinner party. Others have
done the same and got laughed at for
their pains. Leesburg Commercial.

Sometimes, once in a long while, a
newspaper man really doesn't want a

drink.

Europe is troubled again over the
success of the Turkish army. If they
got another world war going on ac account
count account of the Turk, it will be time to
make Thanksgiving meat of the whole
outfit. Plant City Courier.
Too much buzzard.

The Winter Haven Chief is eleven
years old., and is proportion to its
size there isn't a better newspaper in
Florida. Editor Lee is one of the
most sensible old boys in the frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity. The main trouble about pacifists is
that they want peaceable nations to
disarm and put themselves at the
mercy of the quarrelsome nations
that won't disarm

Some of these days Tom Watson is
ging to say something good about
somebody. St. Petersburg Times.
If he does, he will drop dead the
next minute.

The Bradentown Evening Herald,
Bob Bentley's paper, is to hand, and
is a bright, newsy and well made-up
sheet, just the kind of a paper we
would expect Bob to be implicated in.
The Star is glad to note that De-

Land business men propose to rebuild
an uptodate Putnam Inn on the site

where the old and comfy hotel stood.
The Atlantic Coast Line and Flor

ida East Coast are standing pat, and

the Seaboard doesn't seem to know

where it's at.

Has Henry Ford shut down his
plants to resist extortion or to save

himself money

If England had let Russia finish
Turkey in 1878, its diamonds to
doughnuts all this trouble would have
been prevented.

The old and honored expression,
"Hot Dog," seems to be coming back.

SALT SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
container.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167

SUMMERTIME IN FLORIDA

(Manufacturers Record)
Some time ago while passing along
a country road I saw a man plowing
a field surrounded by swamps, and as
his work reminded me of some early
days of plowing when as a Virginia
boy I lived on a farm, I stopped and
chatted with him, and found him so
enthusiastic about the state that I
asked him where he came from. He
gave me the name of a small town in
Ohio and said he had been foreman of
a machine manufacturing company
which is one of the biggest makers of
agricultural implements in the coun country.
try. country. Asking him how he liked Florida,
he said: "I feel that I never lived be before
fore before I came here. As a foreman of
the big plant in which I was engaged
for years I never knew the joy of the
kind of life which I have been getting
in Florida. I feel that this is the
first time I have been free from drud drudgery
gery drudgery or slavery." And in reply to the
question as to how the liked the sum summer
mer summer weather, he said that he consider considered
ed considered the preceding summer one of the
best that he had ever spent in his
life; much cooler and more delightful
in every way than he had found in
Ohio.
Motoring through the central part
of the state I stopped for some gaso gasoline
line gasoline at a garage and the owner seemed

to be in such a jolly, happy humor

that I asked him if he was a native of
Florida, and if not, where he came

from. His reply was that he had
been living in Florida three years,

having come from northern New

York; and he, too, grew so enthusias

tic over the joy of living in Florida,

through the summer as well as thru

the winter, that he said that there was

only one difficulty ahead, and that was
when the people of the country at
large came to realize the advantages
of Florida they would crowd here in
such numbers that the state would be
congested.

A

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Take One on Trial for a
Few Days
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Exclusive Dealers
OCALA, FLA.

Satisfies the sweet tooth

and aids appetite and digestion
Cleanses mouth and teeth
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
benefita
Don't miss the joy of the
new VVRIGLEY'S P-K the sugar
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Save
the

wrappers

Good for
valuable
premiums

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE

Large Fire Prool Building

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Cars Washed and Polished

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,!

a ia. i nunc ojo. lO-lI
A moratorium is just the highbrow
way of admitting that there doesn't
seem to be any blood in the turnip.
Springfield (Illinois) State Register.

PHONE 291

Florida Auto Supply Company

314-320 M. MAIN STREET

We have a service car. Call
on us when out on the road.

HOOD and FEDERAL
TIRES and TUBES

Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co,

J. R. LONG

J'HONE 438

W. A. STROUD

The
Windsor
Hotel

I JACKSONVILLE, FLA

In the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park foi 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.

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we also specialize in
intelligent Service for gll
makes of batteries,
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A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

W. K. Lane, M. D., physidan and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose antf
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent storey
Ocala, Fla. tf

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Visitors to the
Cemetery
Usually admire monuments of
simple dignity and good taste.
We are proud to say. that me memorials
morials memorials of our m aking are se selected
lected selected 3 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

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1$22

PALATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE
Leave Palalka 8:00 A M.
Arrive Ocala 12:00 &!.
Leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Palalka . 6:00 P.M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Spzrr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Rodman.
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala. Phone 527

Ncedham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 252
Sewing Machines Reoaircd

RAILROAB SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from

2:15 am
2:27 am
1:43 pm
3:24 pm
G : 1 5 a m
3:30 pm
7:10 i:m
7:25 am

St. Petersburg
Jacksonville
Jacksonvilb
St. Petersburg
Jacksonville
Ilomosassa
(p) Wilcox

(j) Lakeland

2:27 ;.m
2:15 am
3:24 pm
1:25 pm
9:00 pm
1:16 pm
6:45 pm

11:03 pm

(p)Mor.day, 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 Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Tampn-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm

CHU.ORENS' SHOES
RPAIF E2 FOR
S C II O O L WEAR

Pon't throw away the shoes
the children have been wear wearing
ing wearing this summer. There'? 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

CHIS. MAZON
(Between Gerig's Drug Store
and 10c. Store)

PAINTING'

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OR CALL US

PHONE 8

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Elaatratioma bylLB. Vmm Nice

Copyright by Uttla, Crown Ob.

tfrE must 'ave."
"And that there might not have
been any killing connected with Lar Lar-sen
sen Lar-sen at all? Why couldn't Larsen have
been knocked out by a flying stone
Just like you were? And why V
E might of. Boy." But Harry's
voice was negative. "The only thing
about It was the fact that your father
ad a bullet 'ole in 'is' ead." Harry
leaned forward and pointed to his own
scar. "It 'It right about 'ere, and

glanced."
"But the gun? We didn't find any."
" 'B 'ad It with lm. It was Sissie
Larsen's. No, Boy, there must 'ave
been a fight but don't thlak that I
mean your father murdered anybody.
If Sissie Larsen attacked 'im with a
gun, then 'e 'ad a right to kill. But
as I've told you before there wouldn't
ave been a chance for m to prove 'is
story with Squint working against
'im." He ceased and perked his head
toward the bottom of the shaft, listen listening
ing listening intently. "Didn't you 'ear some something?"
thing?" something?" "I thought so. Like a woman's
voice."
"Listen there it Is again!"
"Mr. Falrchild!"
They ran to the foot of the shaft,

and Fairehild cupped his hands and

called :
"Who wants me?"

"It's me." The voice was plainer

now a voice that Falrchild recog

nized immediately.

'Tin Im under arrest or some something
thing something up here," was added with a
laugh. "The guard won't let me come

down."

"Walt, and I'll raise the bucket for
you. All right, guard!" Then, blink

ing with surprise, he turned to the
staring Harry. "It's Anita Richmond,"
he whispered.
The bucket was at the top now. A
signal from above, and Falrchild low lowered
ered lowered it, to extend a hand and to aid
the girl to the ground, looking at her
with wondering, eager eyes. In the
light of the carbide torch, she was the
same boyish-appearing little person he
had met on the Denver road except
that snow had taken the place of dust
now upon the whipcord riding habit,
and the brown hair which caressed
the corners of her eyes was moist
with the breath of the blizzard. Some
way Falrchild found his voice, lost for
a moment.
"Are are you In trouble?"
"No." She smiled at him.
"But out on a night like this In a
blizzard. How did you get up here?"

She shrugged her shoulders.
"I walked. Oh," she added, with a
smile, "it didn't hurt me any. The
wind was pretty stiff but then I'm
fairly strong. I rather enjoyed it"

"But what's happened what's gone

wrong? Can I help you with anything

ejes, an me ongnzer in tne splutter-

-ing light of the carbide.

"Thank you it seems that I'm al always
ways always thanking you. I was afraid 1
cUdnt know where to go to whom to
turn. I thought of you. I knew you'd
help me women can guess those
things."
Can they?" Fairehild asked It
eagerly. "Then you've guessed all
along that
But she smiled and cut in.
T want to thank you for those flow flow-ers.
ers. flow-ers. They were beautiful."
"Ton knew that too? I didn't senc
a card."
They told me at the telegraph of office
fice office that you had wired for them
They meant a great deal to me,"
"It meant more to me to be able to
Send them." Then Falrchild stared
with a sudden idea. "Maurice's com coming
ing coming for you at midnight Why la it
necessary that you be there?"
"Why" the idea had struck her
too "It Isn't I I hadn't thought of
tj. I was too badly scared, I guess.
Everything's been happening so swift swiftly
ly swiftly since since you made the strike up
here."
With them?"
Tea, they've been simply crazy
about something. You got my note?"
"Yes."
That was the beginning. The min minute
ute minute Squint Rodaine heard of the strike
I thought he would go out of his head.

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"Why Is It

Necessary That You
There?"

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Then It was that Harry, with a roll

of his blue eyes and a funny waggle
of his big shoulders, moved down the
drift toward the stope, leaving them
alone together. Anita Richmond
watched after him with a smile, wait

ing until he was out of hearing dis

tance. Then she turned seriously.

"Mother Howard told me where you

were,' came quietly. "It was the

only chance I had to see you. I I
maybe I was a little lonely or or
soniethlcg. But, anyway, I wanted to
pee you and thank you and
"Thank me? For what?"
"For everything. For that day on
the Denver road, and for the night
after the Old Times dance when yos
came to help me. I I haven't had an
easy time. Most of the people I know
are afraid and some of them arent
to be trusted. And you well, I knew

the Rodalnes were your enemies and
I've rather liked you for it"
"Thank you. But" and Fairchild's
voice became a bit frigid "I haven't
been able to understand everything.
You are engaged to Maurice Rodaine."
"I was. you mean."
"Then"
"My engagement ended with my fa father's
ther's father's death." came slowly and there
was a catch in her voice. "He wanted
it it was the one thing that held the
Rodaines off him. And he was dying
slowly. it was all I could do to help
him. and I promised. But when he
went I felt that my my duty was
over. I don't consider myself bound
to him any longer."
"You've told Rodaine so?"
"Not yet. He's coming after me at
midnisht. We're to go away some somewhere."
where." somewhere." "Rodaine? Impossible!"

"They've made all their plans. I 1
woni'ertd if you if you'd be some

where around the house if you'd

"I'll be there. I understand." Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child had reached out and touched

her arm. "I want to thank you for
the opportunity. I yes, I'll be there."

tame with a short laugh. "And
Harry, too. There'll be no trouble

from the Rodaines!"

She came a little closer to him ther.

:mi looked up at him with trustful

I was in the office I'm vice president
of the firm, you know," she added,
with a sarcastic laugh. "They had to
do something to make up for the fact
that every cent of father's money was
in It."
"How much?" Fairehild asked the
question with no thought of being rude
and she answered in the same vein.
"A quarter of a million. Thaf s why
I'm vice president"
"And Is that why you arranged
things to buy this mine?" Fairehild
knew the answer before it was given.
"I? I arrange I never thought of
such a thing."
T felt that from the beginning. .An
effort was made through a lawyer in
Denver who hinted you were behind it.
Some way I felt differently. I refused.
But you said they were going away?"
"Yes. They've been holding confer conferences
ences conferences father and son one after an another.
other. another. They're both excited about
something. Last night Maurice came
to me and told me that it was neces necessary
sary necessary for them all to go to Chicago,
where the head offices would be estab established,
lished, established, and that I must go with him.
I didn't have the strength to fight him
then there wasn't anybody nearby

who could help me. So I I told him
Yd go. Then I lay awake all night,
trying to think out a plan and I
thougbtof you."
"Pm glad." Fairehild touched her
small gloved hand then, and she did
not draw it away. His fingers moved
slowly under hers. There was no re resistance.
sistance. resistance. At last his hand closed with
a tender pressure only to release her
again. For there had come a laugn,
shy, embarrassed, almost fearful and
the plea:
"Can we go back where Harry Is?
Can I see the strike again?"
Obediently Falrchild led the way,
beyond the big cavern, through the
cross-cut and Into the new stope,

where Harry was picking about with a
gad, striving to find a soft spot in
which to sink a drill. He looked over
his shoulder as they entered and
grinned broadly.
"Oh," he exclaimed, "a new miner!"
T wish I were," she answered. "I
wish I could help you."
But Harry had turned and was star

ing upward. His eyes had becorae
wide, his head had shot forward, his
whole being had become one of strained

attention. Once he cocked his head,
then, with a sudden exclamation. h

leaped backward.

"Look out!" he exclaimed- "'Urry,

look out!"
"But what Is It?"

"It's coming down I I 'eard it !" Ex Excitedly
citedly Excitedly he pointed above, toward the

black vein of lead and silver. 'Urry

for that 'ole In the wall 'urry, I tell
you!" He ran past them toward the
fissure, yelling at'Fairchlld. "Pick 'ei

up and come on I tell you I 'eard tht
wall moving it's coming down, and II

It does, itll bust in the 'ole tunnel!"

NOTICE, EASTERN STARS

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANi BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontracUr ii the city.

There will be a called meeting of

Qcala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., at 4

o'clock Monday afternoon at the Ma

sonic hall. All members expected to

he present. It is important.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

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

(Continued Tomorrow)

FOR SALr-TERMS

Reo speed wagon, stake body, used

about three months. Price right. The

Spencer-Pedrick Motor Company,

Phone 8. 9-12-tf

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 prontptly. 12-

Get your advertising copy in early
for Dollar Days, September 19 and 20.

2 RED LETTER DA YS

FRANK'S

" THE FASHION CENTER

OCALA, FLORIDA

$1.00 SPECIALS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
Tuesday, Sept. 19, Wednesday, Sept. 20
2 BANNER BARGAIN DAYS IN OCALA

THIS STORE ORIGINATED $1.00 DAYS IN OCALA, THEREFORE
WE LEAD IN VALUES
The Following Items Listed Will Pack Oar Store to Capacity
Be On Hand Early

81-90 Ready Made Sheets, worth $1.50, QQ
27-inch Dress Ginghams, worth 25 cents d -t ft ft
a yard, six yards for vl UU
36-inch Percales, light and dark pat- C" AA
terns, six yards for v"vr
36-inch Unbleached Muslin, a fine quality, worth 17c.
a yard at today's market. Eight yards J 00
36-inch Bleached Muslin, soft finish, rf- ft ft
five yards for P A vFlJ
36-inch Nainsook and Long Cloths, 22c. J AA
value, six yards for .- v X
27-inch Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, new fall pat patterns,
terns, patterns, 29c. yard value, five yards gj 00
All Wool Slip-On Sweaters in all sizes d1 ft ft
and colors at. P L JJ
Ladies' Shirt Waists with new Peter Pan 1 1 ft A
Collars at Pl.UV
Ladies' Silk Hosiery, $1.25 and $1.50 dl Aft
values, per pair V W
Lot of Ladies' Hats to close out $1 00
18x50 Dresser Scarfs with Lace Trim- Jf ft ft
ming, worth $1.50, for 'VlwU
Imported Madras, sold originally for $1.25 a yard,
pretty Shirting: designs, a special J1 ((
purchase, two vards for V Vw

Imported Dress Ginghams, 32 inches tf1 ft ft
wide, three yards for J)AJJ
Ladies' Gowns, fine quality nainsook, l ft ft
lace and embroidery trimming, for V JL vlvf
36-inch Dress Voiles, four yards $1 00
Knitting Yarns, closing out, 50c. balls J 1 ft ft
four for PJL.UI
Japanese 13-piece Luncheon Sets, $1 00
Japanese Crepe, pretty colors, four 1 ft ft
yards for Vpl.UU
Fine quality Lisle Hose for men, a special purchase
for this sale, four pair $1 00
Beach Cloths, 59c and 75c quality, three (J1 Aft
yards for vlUU
Children's Dresses to close out $X 00
Ladies' Hand Bags, a special purchase J 00
36-inch Pa jama Checks, a good quality, ? ft ft
six yards for V X JJ
Pepperell Pillow Cases, 36x42, three QQ

These Items Are for DOLLAR Days Only

Remember the Dates, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Sept. 19 and 20

FRANK'S

OCALA

FLORIDA

WrWT T YmYmYiiYmThI r



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading? are a
follows: Maximum of Ix lines one time

month J3.00. All accounts payable la
except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.

g accounts.

WANTED Room and table boarders
in private home. Large corner
rooms suitable for two. No. 18 N.
Watula St. Phone 413. 18-Ct

WANTED An experienced cook. A
mall family and good wages. Mrs
H. F. Watt, 720 Oklawaha Ave. 3t

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

ply 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 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 SALE Thorough bred Barred
Rock eggs, $1.50 for 15. Mrs. H. A.

Yealey, Zuber, Fla. 14-6t

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 SALE Ford sedan; practically
new; hun less than sixty days.
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield.Fla. 5-tf

FOR RENT Furnished house ready

to occupy now. Apply Mrs. T. C.
Carter, Carter's Baker. 9-2-tf
FOR RENT Two unfurnished apart apartments:
ments: apartments: 6 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-
. ley, 447 Ocklawaha avenue. 9tf
SWEET GUAVAS $1.50 six-basket
carrier, f. o. b. Weirsdale; $1.50 a
.. bushel at residence. T. B. Snook,
Weirsdale, Fla. 8-18-tf

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

665 cures Malarial Fever. Adv.

Mr. T B. Snook, a well known citi citizen
zen citizen of Weirsdale, spent today in town.

Mr. J. E. Broome of the Ocala Iron
Works, leaves today to visit his fam family,
ily, family, who are staying near Atlanta.

We are sorry to hear that Mr. S. M.
Lummus of the Ocala Banner is a vic victim
tim victim of dengue fever.

Miss Rena Smith is up again after
a severe tussle with dengue.

The freight office of the A. C. L. de depot
pot depot was broken into Sunday r.ight and

a bicycle stolen.
Mrs. Jessie Hays and daughter,
Mary Lena, have returned from a
pleasant visit to Pablo Beach.
Policeman Morgan is again on duty
after being confined to his home for
several days with dengue fever.

Mrs J. C. Jackson, who has been
spending the summer in Ocala with
her daughter, Miss Margaret Jackson,
expects to leave the latter part of this
wek for Miami. She will met her
daughter, Mrs. Peter Mackintosh, who
has been spending the summer with
relatives in Denver, Colo., in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and they will return together to
Miami.

Miss Winnie Gordon left Sunday
morning for New Orleans, where she
will resume her studies at Tulane
University.

Mr and Mrs. Charles Chazal and
little daughter, Mary went to Daytona
Beach Saturday. Mr. Chazal spent
only the week-end there but Mrs.
Chazal and Mary will remain longer,
guests of Mrs. L. R. Chazal.

Mr. J. E. Willett, principal of the
Dunnellon high school, spent Saturday
in Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stroud and chil children,
dren, children, who have been spending the past
two weeks at Daytona Beach, are ex expected
pected expected home this afternoon.

666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.

J. W. Crosby Jr. has gone to New
York, where he has accepted a posi position.
tion. position. He will live at the home of Mrs.
Crosby's brother while in New York.

There will be a regular meeting of
the Order of DeMolay tonight at 8
o'clock. There will be work and all
members are urged to attend. Masons
are invited.

666 quickly relieves a cold. Adv.

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

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 10c. packages and $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf

666 cured Dengue Fever. Adv

The city is especially indebted to the
courtesy of Mr. William Huckaby, the
accommodating A. C L. freight agent,
for his efforts that yesterday resulted
in a car of oil being pulled from Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon to Ocala on a passenger train

in order that the city might not again

run short of fuel.

The trouble about the public debt is
that the private individual has to pay
it. Washington Post.

Mr. O. M. Wellslager, state agent

for the New York Life Insurance
Company, spent Saturday in Ocala on

business.

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and
daughter, Dorothy, returned last night
in their car from North Carolina. Mr.
Adams reports that yesterday's hard
rain and the continued rains of the
past few weeks had made speedways

of the roads, especially from Romeo
to Ocala. Mr. Adams and his family
are well and much benefited by their
vacation. Miss Dorothy will go to
Orlando, to resume her studies at the
Cathedral school early next month.
The Adams family was accompanied

home by Dr. A. W. Leman of Dubuque,

la., who after spending some days

with them here will go on to Orlando
for the winter.

EASTERN STAR SEWING QmQhYL(Q!

5:

invited to meet ;.

The sewing circle i

with Mrs. Bradford Webb at Kendrick

Tuesday. Cars will leave at 2:30 and X.

it is hoped there will be a large at- x"
tendance. i
jlS?
HIGH SCHOOL BOOKS. We are (?)

ready to fill your orders for high

Statement of the Condition of

school books. Please secure them this

wpfl- in nrrfpr to avoid congestion on 'u:!

the day of school opening. THE
BOK SHOP. 13-4t

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bryee arrived in

Ocala Saturday afternoon from their

wedding trip on the East Coast and

have gone to housekeeping at Mrs.

Perdue's on Fort King avenue. Their
friends are giving them a cordial wel

come.

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold : JfC.
in 25c, 50c. and $2 packages at the

18-tf Z

The Ocala National Bank
Of Ocala, Florida
At the close of business Friday, September 15th, 1922.
Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of Currency

Court Pharmacy.

To prevent a cold, take 666. Adv.

An enterprising American firm
has designed a machine for testing the
strength of packing-cases. In this
country, of course, we rely on our
Railway Companies. Punch.

I

!(
ISO

coming ;

If Europe is slow about

us, maybe we can send a few lectur-!

ers over there and get it that way. x

the!?;

New York Evening Mail.

Mrs. E. M. Williams and two chil children
dren children spent "Sunday in Ocala, guests of
Mrs. G. K. Williams and Miss Edith
Williams. They have been spending
some time in Jacksonville and were en
route to their home in Brooksville.

Second hand school books, 4th, 5th,
6th and 7th grades. Howard Clark at

Teapot Grocery. 18-3t

The trouble with Europe is that it
doesn't want peace bad enough to
work for it. Asheville Times.

No one has any trouble in finding a
bootlegger except the "dry' 'enforce 'enforcement
ment 'enforcement officers. New York Tribune.

Many candidates this fall will be
fishing for votes with the Literary
Digest poll. Brunswick Banner.

Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.-Ad.

Senator Edge maintains that

tariff bill should be tlastic. Undoubt Undoubt-edlybearing
edlybearing Undoubt-edlybearing in mind that it's those
tlastic things that keep other things
up. Manila Bulletin.

Rub-My-Tism, an antiseptic. Adv.

OCKLAWAHA VALLEY
RAILROAD COMPANY
THE SILVER SPRINGS ROUTE

RESOURCES
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
Securities
U. S. Bonds
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned
Overdrafts

CASH: On Hand and Due from Banks 198,664.32
TOTAL $1,307,144.46

767,479.70
297,090.41
2,700.00
36,000.00
4,936.42
273.61

Fastest and Most Direct Route
Between
PALATKA and OCALA

A Word
To the Wise! S
. ... S3
There's a time for all things, jj
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The jj
fall season's here and a paint B
job done now will stay a year, g
Bring your car to us and be H
satisfied. When better paint jj
jobs are done Spencer-Ped- 1
rick Motor Company will do (
them. I
SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.
PHONE 8 I

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Mrs. T. E. Bridges, who has been
staying near Asheville for several
weeks, is now at the Old Kentucky
Home in that city. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer are also making it
their headquarters, since the Carolina
Terrace, where they have always
stayed, has closed for the summer
season.

C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
; Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

Guavas $1.75 per crrte. Leave youi

order with us. Fanners Exchange

Store. Phone 163. 22-tf

SASH

DOOR

Ceo. Hay 81 Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

iittmt,iim:8t;:tt!:Kui

The dengue has almost had its round
in the Star office. Our make-up and
ad. man, Captain J. E. McCants, is
now having his turn. "Cap" is one of
the best old-time printers in Florida,
and we hope his days of sickness will
be few.

666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.

NOTICE

.On account of special election to be
held in and for the city of Ocala on
October 17th, 1922, the city council
held a special meeting on this the
16th day of September, 1922, and re revised
vised revised the registration books of said
city, the following names being strick stricken
en stricken therefrom :
Ward One
Baker, T. W., Brinson, J. H., Coody,
C E., Colbert, J. Gertrude. Harris, C.
A, Skyles. W. H., Stuart, George.
Ward Two
Chambers, Geo. C, Murray, L More More-ten,
ten, More-ten, Landers, M. C, Nugent, P. H.,
Peyser, Charles, Rogers, R. S., Rogers,
Theresa G., Stevens, Isaac, Thomas,
J- M Woodrow, D. S., Woodrow,
Blair, Wolf, William, Young, George
F.
Ward Three
. Griffin, George, Mcintosh, Hugo,
Hurst, L.
Ward Four
Falana, M. C. Hadley, S. H., Mat Mat-tox,
tox, Mat-tox, Curtis, McGee, Sam, Pelot, J. F
Simmons, Synobly, Spencer, Barney.
The council will hear complaints
for the restoration of names stricken,
at regular meeting to be held Octo October
ber October 3rd, 1922, 8 o'clock p. m.
Thig the 16th day of September, A.
D. 1922. H C. SISTRUNK,
Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration. 18-3t-Mon

Palm Beach suits and white flannel
trousers cleaned and pressed right.
Counts Dry Cleaning Plant. Phone
605. No. 216 South Main St. 29-tf

Mr. Ralph Cleveland, of the Munroe
& Chambliss National Bank, spent
yesterday in Jacksonville with his
brother, Mr. Wilbur Cleveland, and
wife. They have just recently pur purchased
chased purchased a very attractive home in
Springfield, where they are now com comfortably
fortably comfortably located.

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 SERVICE
Leave Palatka daily 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala daily 11:00 A. M.
Leave Ocala daily 12:45 P.M.

Arrive Palatka daily 3:45 P. M.

Making connection with all Atlantic
Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line aft aft-ernon
ernon aft-ernon trains at Ocala, and all Florida
East Coast and Atlantic Coast Line
afternoon trains at Palatka.
Effective September 14th, 1922

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, fully paid in $ 75,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned. 34,912.82
Circulation 75,000.00
Due to Federal Reserve Bank 40,550.00
Re-discounts None
DEPOSITS 1,081,681.64
TOTAL $1,307,144.46
DEPOSITS September 15, 1922... $1,081,681.64
DEPOSITS September 15, 1921 886,094.36
INCREASE One Year. $193,5S7.28
On the Merits of the above Statement,
We Invite Your Business.

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DOLLAR WILL BUY AT B. G

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Just read below what we have for you at the price of ONE DOLLAR.
Don't forget that our sale is now in full sway and everything in our entire
stock is greatly reduced.

JUST A FEW OF MANY

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Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Johnson return returned
ed returned yesterday from a pleasant summer
spent with friends and relatives in
Ohio. They made the trip by auto automobile
mobile automobile and en route home found very
bad roads. They were accompanied
home by Mr. Edward Lindsay, who
will be the assistant principal of the
Ocala high school this year, and who
will make his home while in Ocala
with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson

You may be in a bad business; but
suppose you ran a life insurance
company in Ireland? Toledo News-Bee.

Advertise in the Evening Star.

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HOW'S YOUR 9
AUTO RUNNING

Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet better
ter better have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
We Sell

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FOX

TIRES AND TUBES

Phone 25S Night Phone 533

James Engesser
25S Night Phoi

121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE

Government Mosquito Bars
Special
4 Disc Phonograph
Records

1 American Alarm
Clock
3x6 ft. Grass Rug or 27x54 in.
Wool Fiber
Two 18x36 in. Grass Rugs or
Three 18x36 in. Congoleum
"Extra Special" well known
brand 81x90 in. Pepperell
Seamless Sheets

$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00

Two Pairs Silk Hose
(Seconds).

Two Pieces Aluminum Ware
Reg. $1.00 value, Both...

$1.00
$1.00

S1.G0 Deliveres a Phonograph to your
home. Balance on our easy term
payments.
"Extra Special" House Dresses ( A A
Values to $3.CC, Special.. pluU

-36x72 in. Green Window
Shades

$1.00

$1.00 Deliveres a Seller's Kitchen Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet to you, balance on easy terms.

THESE VALUES G00P EOS
TUESDAY A1U WEDNESDAY

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Marion County (Fla.)
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