WEATIIER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight; local thundershowers Friday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 70; this afternoon, 85.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:30; Sets, 7:30.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 154
STRIKE WILL BEGIR DBIEGOH SAKS IT
EATOII MAY CONTEST
1 P. M. SATURDAY
IS All UNTRUTH
MUST PATRONIZE MUST BE A BUM
THE CURB MARKET: LOT OF MARKSMEN
Will be Made if Report on Rivers And
Harbors Will is Adopted
Washington, June 29. (Associated
Press). The Senate commerce com committee
mittee committee today ordered a favorable re report
port report on the rivers and harbors de de-velepomnet
velepomnet de-velepomnet bill, adding a score of
amendments to the House measure au authorizing
thorizing authorizing developments or surveys.
Among .the surveys added was the
Suwanee river from Branford to Cedar
Key to determine the nature and nav navigability
igability navigability of the channel, and the St.
Johns river, Jacksonville to Palatka,
to determine the nature of the channel.
FLORIDA MELON CROP
The department of agriculture to today
day today forecast the current watermelon
crop in Florida at 12,744 cars and
Georgia 22,207 cars.
TRY TO GET THEM TOGETHER
Secretary of Labor Davis announc
ed today the bituminous and anthra anthracite
cite anthracite coal operators had accepted the
invitation of President Harding to
meet at the White House Saturday
with United Mine Workers officials to
devise methods upon which negotia negotiations
tions negotiations for settlement of the 'coal strike
can be initiated.
PATRONIZE THE O. V.
Existence of the Little Railroad De Depends
pends Depends on the People of Ocala
Upon the patronage of the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Valley railroad by the merchants
of Ocala depends the future of that
road, according to Mr. A. Christensen,
receiver. George MacKay & Co. have
just received a shipment of pipe via
the O. V. The shipment left the point
of origin on June 21, was delivered in
Jacksonville by the Merchants and
Miners on June 20th and was delivered
in Ocala by the O. V. on June 27. The
O. V., working with the Palatka Palatka-Jacksonville
Jacksonville Palatka-Jacksonville boat line, makes deliver deliveries
ies deliveries from Jacksonville to Ocala in, 24
Mr. Christensen says that he Is
ready and willing at all times to assist
the merchants in routing their ship shipments
ments shipments into Ocala over the Oklawaha
PICNIC AT COOTER POND
Un the Fourth of July ill Have a
Full List of Attractions
. Mr. W. O. Brewer of Romeo, an in
cessant hustler for his section, in
forms the Star that a first-class band
will be present at the Cooter Pond
picnic on the fourth, and that there
will be a ball game between two
crackerjack teams. It is evident that
there is going to be a full-size celebra celebration
tion celebration at Cooter Pond on the fourth,
and it is. more than likely that there
will be a large delegation from Ocala
LACOTA'S FOURTH OF
Liacota, June 2. rverybody re remember
member remember there will be the annual pic picnic
nic picnic at Oak Grove, under the beautiful
shade trees around the Church of
Christ. Everybody invited to come
and bring well filled baskets on Tues
day, July 4th.
BANKS WILL CLOSE JULY 4TH
On account of the national holiday
the banks of the city will be closed al
day July fourth.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank
FOURTH OF JULY RACES
The bicycle races instigated by
Messrs. Condon and Brigham for the
entertainment of our populace and
visitors on the fourth of July will be
held on the courthouse square.
It has been some years since our
citizens were treated to a bicycle con contest
test contest and this one is attracting a great
deal of attention. These public-
spirited gentlemen are to be congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated upon their enterprise in pulling
off this attraction. Interest in bicycl bicycling
ing bicycling is again coming into popular fa favor
vor favor after several years of more or
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dyals have re returned
turned returned from a four-months visit to
Tampa and are again at their home at
Success of that Highly Beneficial
Institution Depends on House House-Wives
Wives House-Wives of the City
, The success of the curb market for
the farmers,"; which the city council,
Rotary Club, Woman's Club and the j
Chamber of Commerce are making an
effort to establish in Ocala, will de-
pend in a large measure upon how the
farmers using the curb market are
patronized by the housewives of the
city. The curb market is a new ven venture.
ture. venture. An advantage that it will have
for the housewife is that by going to
the market she will know at once what
she can procure in the way of produce,
as against not knowing just what she
will be able to get from the man who
peddles his produce from house to
It is understood that some of the
farmers have raised the objection that
they would lose customers by using
the curb market while others peddled
their produce direct to the homes.
This objection can be mst if the house housewives
wives housewives will co-operate in patronizing
the curb market.
The organizations that are promot promoting
ing promoting the curb market hope that they
will have the co-operation of the farm farmers.
ers. farmers. Suggestions from the farmers
will be most welcome.
Posters are being sent to the va various
rious various communities in the county, an
nouncing the market. These posters
are being distributed through the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the Chero-Cola Co., the
Coca-Cola Co. and the Standard Oil
Co. and read as follows:
"Ocala invites the farmers to make
free use of a curb market. The city
has set aside space on Broadway in
front of the city hall, where the farm
ers are invited to bring their produce
to sell it direct to housewives
market will be open every Tuesday
md Friday from six to eleven o'clock.
The curb market is for the sale of all
inds of farm produce, with the ex
ception of fresh meats. The space set
aside for the market is in the shade of
arge oaks. Hrere the farmers are in
vited to park their autos or wagons
with their produce. If you have pro
duce to sell, you are invited to make
use of the curb market.
"City Council of Ocala."
"Ocala Rotary Club."
"Ocala Woman's Club."
"Chamber of Commerce."
KNITTING MILL OPEN AGAIN
The Ocala Knitting Mill is open
again and running. The mill has been
closed for the pastwo months since
the former manager, Mr. J. M. Jack
son, left for Kansas Cify. Mr. Zim Zimmerman
merman Zimmerman of Pennsylvania, arrived in
Ocala last Wednesday to take charge
of this mill. Mr. Zimmerman comes
highly recommended, being experienc experienced
ed experienced in this line of business, and he
hopes soon to have the mill running on
A MERRY PARTY
A happy little party of Kendrick
people enjoyed a splash party in Lake
Weir Tuesday night. It left Kendrick
about 5:30, taking a nice suppxr along,
went to the lake, enjoyed the bathing
and then had supper. Those enjoying
the party were Mr. and Mrs. Bradford
C. Webb, Mrs. J. N. Tiller, Mrs.
James Benson, Mrs. Clifford Living Livingston
ston Livingston of Lakeland, Misses Lillian Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Juliette Ward, Ollie Mae Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, Brydie Bostick, Mildred Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Lucille and Lela Mae Glad Glad-ney,
ney, Glad-ney, and Messrs. Marvin Livingston,
Lee Bostick, Eugene Livingston, Del Del-bert
bert Del-bert Livingston, Earle Haile and
others. They had a most enjoyable
evening and reached home about
ll:ciU p. m.
ARMY MEN ACQUITTED
Jacksonville, June 28. Lieut. B. J.
Tooher and Sergeant Kristjan Bred Bred-vad,
vad, Bred-vad, of the United States air service,
were found not guilty of a charge of
first degree murder by a jury in fed
eral court here yesterday. The case I
grew out of the killing of F. B. Pitt
at Punta Gorda in April, 1921, and for
a times threatened to cause a clash be between
tween between military and civil authorities.
The trial was unusual in several re respects.
spects. respects. The actual hearing lasted less
than four hours and although the case
was heard in federal court the two
men were defended by United States
District Attorney W. M. Gober and his
assistants while the state conducted
Fiee State and Republican Death List
Combined Adds Up Not More
Dublin, June 2'J. (By Associated
Prc-s). The battle between republl-
cam and provisional free state forces
continued all night and the firing is
fctiil proceeding vigorously today. The
.casualties are not available but it is
esi'.rcated that at least fifty were kill
ed or wounded.
RORY YET ROARING
Dublin, June 29. Rory O'Connor's
bund of insurgent Irish republican
army men are still holding out in their
four courts stronirhold against con continuous
tinuous continuous attempts of the free state
troops to dislodge it. Firing was in
progress all the forenoon. Sniping
operating are incessant.
FOYNE SET ON FIRE
London, June 29. (By Associated
Press). There is an unconfirmed re
port that he railroad station at Foyne,
a Lr.wn twenty miles from Limerick,
occupied by by Irish provisional gov gov-ernemtn
ernemtn gov-ernemtn troops, was attacked and set
FIRE DEPARTMENTS WILL
CELEBRATE THE FOURTH
Champions from Leesburg
Battle with Local Fire
Chief Chambers has arranged an another
other another celebration for the fourth of
July in Ocala. He has challeneged the
Leesburg department for a water
light and the Leesburg boys have ac ac-cepLed
cepLed ac-cepLed by wire. They will bring five
men here to fight with our depart-
nieni- lile nH'nt win be staged on the
courthouse square where each team
vill try to force a keg along a wire to
ih" other team's goal, using the city
.vatc pressure as a means of propul propulsion
sion propulsion It hrs been some time since
Ocai?. has had any celebration for the
1th but this year we will have a full
'v. Bicycle races in the morning,
v;ter light at 2:80, p. m. and a base base-trame
trame base-trame at four in the afternoon,
nvife all your out of town friends to
irt 'nd thesa entertainments and give
'.he fourth a glorious send-off.
RUNNING DOWN THE
SLAYERS OF RATHENAU
London. June 29. (By Associated
Press). The men who asasssinated
Dr. Rathenau have been arrested, ac ac-oculing
oculing ac-oculing to a Central News dispatch
Ernest Drove the Auto
Fiankfort-on-Odor, Germany, June
20. Ernest Werner Technow, of Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, twenty-one, a student, who the
police declare was the driver of the
murder car in the Rathenau assassina assassination,
tion, assassination, was arrested near here today.
Taxpayers who have not received
th? 7-mill refund on 1920 taxes, bring
in your 1920 tax receipts and get your
mrney. Attend to this at once as I
cannot handle this matter when the
tax books are open,
ltd&w Wr. W. Stripling, Trustee.
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Star Publishing Co. (ed relatives, to be ever faithful to the
(? I end when htey can meet dear Daisy
Srtm the land of love and happiness.
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Six Railway Organizations Hope To
Tie Up All Transportation Lines
In the United States
Chicago, June 29. (By Associated
Press). Strike orders signed by six
craft presidents of railroad shopmen's
organizations were sent out today to
general chairmen representing 400,000
men, authorizing a strike at 10 a. m.
July 1st, "on all railroad and Pullman
shops in the United States."
ALREADY GOING OUT
Chicago, June 29. Railroad main maintenance
tenance maintenance of way men are reported to
have quit work in West Chicago to today
day today without waiting for receipt of the
strike orders. It is said the men de deserved
served deserved in droves, leaving many cross crossings
ings crossings unguarded. Mayor McCable of
West Chicago, has sworn in special po policemen
licemen policemen to guard railroad property.
WILL STAND NEUTRAL
Cleveland, June 29. (Associated
Press) Enginers, firemen and train
men members of railroad brotherhoods
with headquarters here, will continue
to perform their regular duties and
will not take the places nor do the
work of any of the railroad's- employes
on strike in connection with the walk walkout
out walkout of the shop crafts called for Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning, chief of the brother brotherhoods
hoods brotherhoods advised members of their organ organizations
izations organizations today.
LABOR BOARD INQUIRY
Chicago, June 29. (By Associated
Press). The United States railway
labor board today cited national offi officers
cers officers of six shop craft unions, railway
executives now meeting here and offi-
cers of four other railroad unions to
appear before the board tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in an inquiry into "threatened
interruption of traffic."
DECISION LATE TODAY
Detroit, June 29. Decision whether!
maintenance of way men will strike
will be made later today, President
Grable of the union said.
WILDCATS WERE WHIPPED
Gainesville won the rubber in a
three-game series on her home dia diamond
mond diamond when she took the third game Xt
the series from the Ocala Wildcats
yesterday by the decisive score it five
to two. Galloway opened the game
on the mound for Ocala but was re replaced
placed replaced by Van Landingham in the fifth
inning. After Van took the box
Gainesville had a sudden dislike for
scoring runs and did not again cross
the plate but the game was already
lost for the Wildcats for they were
unable to get on to Goodbread strong strongly
ly strongly enough to make any runs after the
two they made in the first inning. Red
Ulrich did the catching for the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats because of the injury to Over Over-street's
street's Over-street's foot in the Tuesday game.
IT IS REPORTED THAT
CHEN CHUNG MING HAS
BEEN BUMPED OFF
Manila, June 29. (By Associated
Press). Chen Chuner Mine, who re-!
cently drove Sun Yat Sen from Can Canton,
ton, Canton, has been assassinated, according
to a cable received here today from
Shanghai by a local Chinese newspa newspaper.
per. newspaper. DAISY DELL GODWIN
Lacota, June 28 On Tuesday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, June 6th, this community was
bowed in sorrow to learn that Daisy
Dell Godwin was dead. After several
days of suffering she gently passed
away. Skillful doctors nor loving
hands could keep her.
Daisy was sixteen years, five
months and seven days old when she
was called to rest. Wherever she was
known, which was throughout the
county, all were her friends. She was
left without a mother at the age of
! two months. She was taken and ten-
iftlderly cared for by her grandmother,:
Mrs. J. B. Gore Sr., and with her we
rWnlv cvmnathize. Besides grand-
fathers and grandmothers, Daisy is
j mourned by her father, W. A. Godwin,
?? her brothers, Bryant and Drexel God-
: 3f : I win, and other relatives, a a oi wnomi""-
&i :have the sympathy of friends. All hope nings of each month. Visiting breth breth-!
! breth-! to meet her where there is no sorrow ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
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Story of Americans Held Captive
Near Tampico is Entirely a
Washington, June 29. The Mexican
rebels who seized the Aguada camp of
the Cortez Oil Company in the Tam Tam-pico
pico Tam-pico region Sundays are -holding the
property and forty American em employes
ployes employes for 15,000 pesos ransom, with withdrew
drew withdrew Monday without damage or in injury
jury injury to the employes but with threats
of return, the state department .was
advised today by Consul Shaw at
OBREGON DENIES IT
-San Francisco, June 29. President
Obregon of Mexico in a telegram to
the San Francisco Chronicle asserts
the news from Tampico of Americans
held captive by bandits is "absolutely
baseless." He characterized the dis dispatch
patch dispatch as "only one of the many malic malicious
ious malicious deeds to create unfavorable opin opinion
ion opinion between the two nations."
OUTLOOK FOR BAND
CONCERTS IS ENCOURAGING
The band had its first rehearsal
Monday night of thjs week with re results
sults results that are most encouraging to
Mr. H. N. Lord, director, and the
members. Another rehearsal will be
held Friday night and the Iband ex expects
pects expects to give a demonstration public
concert on the courthouse square some
night next week. The organization is
starting with eleven musicians, and
Mr. Lord expects to add to the per personnel
sonnel personnel from time to time as musicians
become available. He will encourage
young musicians and give them a
pfaced in the band when they are pro-
ficient enough. Mr. Lord is an experi experienced
enced experienced musician and is encouraged over
the way the band is starting out.
The personnel of the band at pres present
ent present is. as follows: Mr. Dave Melin,
solo cornet; Mr. Philip Melin, first cor cornet;
net; cornet; Mr. Frank Borde, saxophone; Mr.
Edward Lopez, clarinet; Mr. Paul
Durand, clarinet; Mr. Albert Davis,
trombone; Mr. M. A. Ten Eyck, alto;
Mr. Woodis, alto; Mr. B. F. Borden,
baritone; Mr. H. W. Tucker, bass;
Mrs. Albert Davis, drums.
Mr. Edward Lopez was a member of
the famous "Pershing Band", with the
A. E. F.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrick, C O
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN .MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
Al., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 rueets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit
icg sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whiteaides, C. Q
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Alasonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B." P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
upstairs over lroxiers and the Boon
113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Success of Campbell in Railroad Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Race is By No
Means a Certainty
Monticello, June 29. There is pos possibility
sibility possibility that R. L. Eaton will contest
Campbell's nomination for railroad
commissioner in the courts. Eaton
says he understands the returns from
some counties show Campbell polled
more second choice votes in the pri primary
mary primary than he and Bowden together
poiied in first choice votes. If this is
correct it is expected the courts will
be asked to act.
TO ELIMINATE WASTE
Enormous as the annual waste in
this country through preventable fires,
the Amerisan Exchange National
Bank asserts that "it is small compar
ed ith the annual waste resulting
from the reckless employment of cap
ital in the wasteful production of vari
ous sizes and styles of essential like
things." Some progress has, indeed,
been made in eliminating this form
of waste through .standardizing, but
the advance, insists the New York
Bank in its June letter, has really
been very slow. We are told that
even a simple and moderate extension
of the principle of standardization in
manufacture would release as much
capital for general use as goes in the
savings banks each year. The argu argument
ment argument runs as follows:
The average man understands the
value of saving, because if he sets
aside a part of his personal income he
he is sure to derive a direct benefit.
His interest on saving on a national
scale through a reduction in.fire waste
and through the elimination of varie
ties and styles in production is small,
because the' benefits to be derived are
lass direct, altho in the long run they
are perhaps more desirable than the
immediate benefits he derives from
the investment of personal capital.
Under our system, the accumulation
of capital is automatic; even if the
number of individuals who save should
be small ,the agregate savings under
the standards of living would perhaps
equal the savings that would be ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated by a large number of sav savers.
ers. savers. National habits of saving are
nevertheless to be prefered if for no
other reason than that they tend to
prevent extravagance in an age and
time which extravagance would result
in the retardation of progress.
Popular consent to, waste eliminat
ion through standarization is essential
however, and it is just as necessary
that the average man be made to un
derstand the advantages of eliminat
ing waste in this, way as it is that
he have the habit of saving. Object
ors to standarization usually appeal
to the prejudices of the average man;
he is told, for example, that under
standarization the women would all
wear hats of the same design and col
oring; that all clothing would be cut
to a uniform pattern and that in a
short time we should be living a rout
ine existance, moving about in regi
mented masses and to the best of time
clocks. The term, standardization, as
it is applied in practice, has no such
significance as that; in practice its
significance is largely what the world
The engineers who refers to stand
ardization and it is the engineer who
is the principal advocate of the thing
called standardization is thinking of
a pipe or a bolt on which the threads
confirm to a fixtstandard, thus elim eliminating
inating eliminating the necessity for carrying
large stocks of pipes and bolts whose
only difference is in the width or the
direction of the threads. The manu
facturer of mattresses is an advocate
of standardization in bed sizes allows
him to reduce the number of sizes he
must carry in his stock of mattresses.
The same .principle runs through all
industry, and such simple and neces-
sary standardizition a3 here outlined,
if generally followed, would perhaps,
annually release as much capital for
employment, in other fields as goes ,in-
to the savinge bank each year.
Al ASS ACRE AT HERRIN
. WILL BE INVESTIGATED
Alarion, Ills., June 29. (Associated
Press). A special grand jury on July
10th will begin investigating the Her Her-rin
rin Her-rin massacre, it was announced today.
Se the baseball schedule elsewhere.
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By Gov. Hardwick's proclamation,
watermelon week in Georgia is to be begin1
gin1 begin1 July 3. Watermelon month is
just closing in Florida.
public affairs. The governor has been ANTHONY REVIVAL MEETING
i misrepresented to t3. We have had
jno such trouble in cur county, ?nd we
sincerely, hope never will.
Tampa Tribune insinuates that
ucaia gins connne tnemseiveff to a
diet of pickles and ice water. Maybe Maybe-so.
so. Maybe-so. Ocala has much better water than
The bad habit which many writers
have of putting "the middle of a sen
tence on the front end of it, makes us
wear out many a lead pencil and
swear out loud many a time.
Dade county, Tuesday, voted $1,-
880,000 in bonds for highways, county
fair grounds and, a new courthouse
site. The people of Dade have faith
in themselves and their county.
We have received a copy of the
Portland, Me., Sunday Telegram for
June 25. It is a mammoth paper with
unimpeachable evidence of Yankee
hustle "on every page. We would like
to visit Portland.
It is not half as hard to run the
flivver as to run the lawn mower. mower.-Tampa
Tampa mower.-Tampa Tribune.
We judge by the foregoing that you
have never helped to extricate a fliv
ver from a sand bog.
Mr. A. J. Stephens has received his
appointment to office as supervisor of
registration, succeeding Mr. Barco
Mr. Stephens has his bond made out
and will probably receive his commis commission
sion commission as soon as the bond is approved
by the county commissioners.
President Harding "calls for full de
tails of the strike murders." President
Cleveland called out the troops and
prevented strike murders. Tampa
President Cleveland confined his ac activities
tivities activities to clearing a way for the
passage of the United States mails
All the same, it's a long way from
Cleveland to Harding.
Pussyfoot Johnson talking about
American ships and then going over
on a British boat is not consistent. He
probably doesn't worry about that
nearly so much as he does about the
gate receipts during his lectures.
Let's be fair, contemporary. Ad
mission to russyioot s lectures is
j Anthony, June 28. The revival
meeting here conducted by H. L. Ezell
land Charlie Tillman is attracting
great crowds. Some of the oldest citi-
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
IS MAKING PROGRESS 'seen such interes in a meeting in An
The residents' and secretaries'! The services are held daily at 3:30
committee held its June meeting yes-!and 8:30 P- m" The meeting will come
terday afternoon at the Chamber of jto a close bunaav niSnt next ana 11
Commerce. The attendance was notjPosslDie eevryone snouia avail mem-
arge, due to a number of presidents selves of tnis wonderful privilege of
nearing inese men.
Miss Mary Morrow of Tampa, is the
pianist, assisted by local talent such
as Miss Bohler and Miss Meadows.
The music is quite a feature.
(Evening Star June 29, 1902)
S. M. Lummus, J. H. Benjamin and
Joe Harnage of the Star, chaperoned
by Otto Mente, went to Lake Weir
and secretaries being out of town or
on the sick list. As the June meeting
comes somewhat between seasons .so
far as programs of work and budgets
are concerned, there were not many
new items of effort and expenditure
to be reported. Several of the civic
organizations adopt programs and
budgets in the next month or two. I Bhtchton, June 28. The Baptist
The county commissioners and county Sunday school rendered the following
school board will make up their bud- program Sunday morning:
get next week. The new city budget
is being worked on. The presidents'
and secretaries' committee just re recently
cently recently issued a bulletin to the mem members,
bers, members, giving program and budgets to
date. As charges are made, and new
programs and budgets adopted, addi
tional bulletine' will be issued.
afternoon were: Mr. W. T. Gary,
chairman of the county school board;
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, president, and
Mrs. P. D. Bateman, secretary of the
Parent-Teachers Association; Mrs. L.
W. Duval, president, Mrs. Grider Per
kins, secretary, Ocala Woman's Club;
Mr. L. M. Murray, president Marion
County Realtors Association; Miss
Mary McDowell, secretary Marion
County Hospital Auxiliary, and Louis
H. Chazal, secretary Rotary Club and
Chamber of Commerce.
EDITOR HARRIS IMPROVING
His friends all over the state will be
glad to learn that Editor- Harris of
the Ocala Banner is steadily recover
ing from his recent illness. He is not
only able to eat good-sized rations,
but says "everything tastes right."
That is one of the strongest possible
proofs of convalescence.
zens are saying that they have not j Saturday, passed the day in bathing,
viewing the beauties of nature and
meditation. Mr. Benjamin went espe especially
cially especially to look at Lake Weir which he
had never seen though he has been in
Marion county ten years. He says
that it is prettier than the Atlantic
ocean and almost as wet.
T. J. Tillis, the extensive crosstie j
operator of Martel, was in the city ;
The dining room at the Montezuma
will be opened in the morning. For j
the past week the tables have been j
located in the hall and parlor. The I
dining- room has been papered and
painted and the floors waxed. It is
very handsome and the work is ar- J
tistically done. Tomorrow's dinner
will be in keeping with the handsome I
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star June 29, 1912)
Mr. J. R. Moorhead is drawing the
lines preliminary to paving Fort King
avenue to the city limits. (Note It
isn't paved yet).
Mr. Chas. W. White of Citra is at
the Ocala House.
Mrs. Hatchell is visiting her daugh daughter
ter daughter in Bainbridge, Ga.
The families of Drs. Dozier and
Peek will spend two months from the
middle of July to September in one of
the Connor cottages at Lake Weir.
Miss Winnie Hunt, of Frank's store,
one of the most efficient salesladies
in town, is taking a well-earned vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. The attending physician this after afternoon
noon afternoon reports the condition of W. V.
Newsom, Albert Harriss and Niel Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson favorable.
Mr. Fred Lovell, the popular San San-ford
ford San-ford druggist, returned home today.
Song, May I Be Faithful.
Prayer by Mr. L. T. Hendrix.
"The World's Great Need," Mr. B.
"Christian Education," Miss Lydie
Readings by Miss Rowena Ham Ham-mons
mons Ham-mons and Messrs. Landis, Loonis, Ro-
Present at the meeting yesterday land and Fenton Blitch and Leslie
The next question is, will the rail
way shopmen of the country, number numbering
ing numbering four hundred thousand, strike
Saturday, July 1, thus greatly crip crippling
pling crippling transportation, if not entirely
tying it up for a while. The Star
would hate to see a strike, and if it
occurs would want it broken as soon
as possible. But it seems to us that
the labor board has comedown too
heavy on the railroad boys.
JUST A FAIRY TALE"
Long, long ago, there lived a little
girl named Wisteria. She was poor,
as we would call it now, but then she
was considered "living good." For she
had a little thatched hut and the
spring was not more than a mile
Reading by Miss Varina Blitch.
Quartet, Miss Nellie Prine and
Messrs. Landis, Loonis and Fenton
Recitation, "Read, Write and
Count," Eric Buffington.
Recitation, Theodore Buffington.
Recitation, Mildred Coulter.
Song, "I Shall be Satisfied."
Training, Misses Lillian Blitch, Ge
neva and Winifred McCully. Leone
Brooks, and Nellie Prine.
Recitation, "The Need of the
World," Inez Buffington.
Reading, Miss Opal Blitch.
Quartet, Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Messrs.
Landis, Loonis and Fenton Blitch.
Reading, Mrs. B. R. Blitch.
Solo, Ojie Sweetly Solemn Thought,
by Mr. Landis Blitch.
Recitation, "The Ambasasdor of
Christ," Miss Eleanor Buffington.
Talk, "The Motive in Education,"
Mr. Loonis Blitch.
Reading, Mrs. F. E. Fant.
Duet, Messrs. Landis and Fenton
Song, "Count Your Blessings."
Collection for Christian education.
Song, "He Included Me."
Mrs. W. D. Graham is the guest of
Mrs. Dollie Blitch.
Mrs. F. E. Fant entertained four fourteen
teen fourteen of her young friends Tuesday
night honoring her guests. Miss Zora
Fant and Miss Lillian Fant of Flem Flem-ington.
ington. Flem-ington. Mr. James Sanders is visiting at
Mr. R. B. Fant and family spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in Ocala.
The many friends of Miss Lois
Blitch will be glad to know that she
will return home this week from the
away, besides there was the nice dan
delion field where she could always jhospital in Ocala.
get fresh flowers. Mr. J. W. Coulter visited the county
One day as Wisteria was out pick-'seat Tuesday
Senator Caraway, leader of the
fight in the Senate for prosecution of
war grafters, makes the charge that
the promised prosecution has been
called off. Powerful influences in ad ad-manistration
manistration ad-manistration circles, he stated, have
operated to "hush up" the proceed proceedings.
ings. proceedings. Mr. Caraway made a bitter at attack
tack attack on Attorney General Daugherty.
"No harm will ever come to any war
grafter as long as Harry Daugherty
is attorney general," Caraway said,
"except that they will be required to
contribute a part of the sums stolen
from the government to the mammoth
republican campaigun fund to re-elect
a republican Congress."
ing wild lilies,, she happened to look
at the sky and was so charmed by its
soft, fleecy clouds floating by that she
said, "Oh, how I wish I could visit the
sky." And then she sighed, for there
was not the slightest chance of her
ever doing so.
The sigh brought her back to earth
again, and she realized she must hurry
and pick the lilies before dark, so she
stooped to pick another lily, but as
she did so, she heard a little voice
calling, "Do not take my home, my
home, and I will grant your wish."
Wisteria looked closer and saw a
little fairy in the heart of a snow snow-white
white snow-white lily. She stood a long time in
dazed amazement' but finally managed
to say, "Oh, I wouldn't touch your lily
"All right, then, you shall start
right now," said the fairy, and waved
her wand, making Wisteria fly away
into the blue, blue sky.
(The above was written by Lucretia
Hocker. It was found among the pa papers
pers papers in her desk. It was written very
recently as none of the family had
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prine, Miss
Lillian Blitch and Mr. Loonis Blitch of
Gainesville spent Sunday here.
A few days ago, the Star published
an editorial article, commenting on the
reports that Gov. Hardee was with withholding
holding withholding the names of parties who pe petitioned
titioned petitioned him to have the Sunday blue
laws enforced, but were not brave
enough to have their names made pub public.
lic. public. We have received a letter from
the governor, in which he says he has
not withheld the names of any such
petitioners. The Star never doubts
the governor's word, and is glad to re receive
ceive receive his letter, as it would be disap disappointed
pointed disappointed in him if he became a party to
anything oppressive or secretive in
Tuesday, July 4th, 9:30 a. m., Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg in Leesburg; 4 p. m., Leesburg
Thursday, July lotn, Leesburg- in
Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
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
Fellowship, June 28. Quite a num number
ber number from Fellowship attended the mis
sionary rally at Blitchton last Sunday
and enjoyed the exercises very much
We were visited by the hardest rain
Sunday of the season, and also had
some hail with it.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rawls enter entertained
tained entertained quite a large crowd several
nights ago with a purlo.
Mrs. W. J. Pooser left last Monday
after spending some time with her
parents. Mrs. Pooser will visit rela relatives
tives relatives in Ocala and Jacksonville before
returning to her home ;n Philadelphia.
Mr. Meade Smith with two of his
cousins, the Misses Meade of Pal Palmetto,
metto, Palmetto, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. McCully several days. Mr.
Smith returned home the first of last
week and the Misses Meade returned
to the home of Mrs. Cappleman at
Fort King to spend some-time before
Mr. M. L. Prine left last Saturday
for Lakeland to see his brother and
his brother came up from Lakeland to
see him on the same day. It was quite
a surprise to both gentlemen.
The pound party at Mrs. G. W.
Wynn's last Friday night was well
attended and all report a delightful
Some of the litle folks in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood are suffering with sore eyes.
We hope that they will soon be all
Miss Geneva McCully has been hav having
ing having a tussle with the grip. We hope
she will soon be all right again.
Your home will have separate light
switch in every room and is arranged
especially to accommodate your fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Has three bed rooms, each a
corner room and each accessible to the
other and to the bath by private hall.
For particulars see Ditto or Baxter
Shady, June 27. Miss Nellie Guf Guf-ford
ford Guf-ford of Maitland, is visiting her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thee of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, who have been guests of Mrs.
Thee's aunt, Mrs. Dave Ulmer for the
past week, left Tuesday morning for
Mr. Everett Vining of Plant City,
concluded a pleasant visit with rela relatives
tives relatives and friends here and returned to
his home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Knoblock and
children of Martin, visited Mr. and
Mrs. F. G. Buhl Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones and son
forded over to Homosassa Tuesday to
enjoy camping and fishing and visit
Mrs. Jones' relatives a few days.
Mrs. E. L. Redding of Tampa came
up last week to visit Mrs. R. H. Red Redding
ding Redding and family and to see about little
Miss Bessie and Jim, who have been
quite ill since they have been visiting
their relatives here.
Complimenting their guests, Mr.
and Mrs. George Thee of Savananh
and Miss Nellie Gufford of Maitland,
Mrs. Ulmer and Mrs. Jones invited a
few friends out to Silver Springs
Sunday morning and showed the visi visitors
tors visitors the sights at this famous place,
and also took kodak pictures of
scenes and friends. The morning was
quietly and happily spent after which
a nice dinner was spread and partaken
of with much relish and soon after
wards the party left in time to attend
Sunday school at Shady Baptist
Lest you forget, we again announce
the series of meetings to begin Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening after the first Sunday in
July at the church here.
Sometimes we notice that some of
the country correspondents announce
that Mr. and Mrs. So and So made a
"flying trip" somewhere. When we
noted three airplanes flying over our
community Monday, we wondered if
some of the aforementioned people
were taking "flying trips."
The Oak-Griner Farm B. Y. P. U.
will render a program at the church
here Sunday evening. We have heard
these young people and assure a real
treat is in store for all who hear them.
Sundav evening at 8 o'clock Be on
Mrs. Mack Williams returned to her
home at Edgar Sunday.
Mr. Bratcher and daughters, Misses
Gertrude and Mary Bratcher, motored
to Weirsdale Friday and enjoyed the
day with friends.
There is still some sickness about,
though some who were sick last week
Mrs. Barnes' baby, Junie, was quite
sick Monday and an Ocala physician
was called in.
Arthur Douglas Jr., who came up
from South Lake Weir last week for a
few days' visit at home, has been sick
with fever the past two days and con continues
tinues continues quite ill.
do oa valk like ihis?
BE GOOD TO YOUR FEET
They Are One of Your Greatest Assets
Come to our store and let Mr. Sharp tell your troubles.
The examination is free, and may mean perfect comfort
for your feet, and save yon the agony of many a pain.
FROM JUNE 25th to JULY 1st
inclusive, is Wizard Week at our store. Bring your
feet to us, and if you have foot roubles we will show
you how to cure them at a very small expense. We
carry an appliance for every pair.
Night Phone 515
Day Phone 47
When the Final Call
'Comes to a member of the family. It
is natural to desire a memorial service
in which fitting honor shall be paid
and faith In the larger future shall be
expressed. At such a time, those wto
are suffering the strain of partln:
must be relieved of the details ot ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Furthermore, it the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are to be perfect, they
must be placed in highly trained and
experienced hands. There Is a funeral
director in your community who, pos possessing,
sessing, possessing, this skill, also understands
that he is called upon for something
more than professional service that
the essence of his responsibility Is to
carry out each detail in the spirit of
a labor of love.
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G. B. Overton, Director
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A nice, thoroughly modern bunga bungalow
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The Commercial and Ilnsinesa Mao Always Welcome
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1922
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We would never be satisfied with
- rendering anything but superior din dining
ing dining service. There are too many res restaurants
taurants restaurants in business that are content
to merely satisfy. We endeavor to
serve you in sue ha manner that you
will anticipate every meal here. Our
menu is the talk of the town. Our
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Notice is hereby given that
Personal Taxes are now long
past due, and that I shall pro pro-ceedto
ceedto pro-ceedto collect same by levy, if
necessary, as required by law.
W. W. STRIPLING
Marion County, Florida
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We always have on
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ready for delivery in five
Chcro-Cola Bottling Works
We can supply you with ice at most
reasonable prices for all purposes,
whether you want a car load or mere merely
ly merely a small quantity each day for your
home use. Our ice is absolutely pure,
being made from pure distilled water
and can be used for all purposes with
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R, H. Lmnfttent
The Guilty Hani
The inquest on the bodies of Hack Hack-ett
ett Hack-ett and Lee Chambers had established
the fact, ascertained by a search-party
on the day after the fire, that there
were no human remains under the
charred timbers of the camp. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding this, when the attempts made
to trace McDonald and his daughter
failed, it was generally believed that
they had been lured there by the out outlaws,
laws, outlaws, and had either died in the flames
or had been murdered and their bodies
Jim Betts had nothing more substan substantial
tial substantial than anyone else on which to base
his search. He was resolved to free
Wilton, and, having failed with Kitty,
he determined to discover the other
woman who, he felt sure, had been
mixed up In Wilton's life If she
Jim Betts built up the theory that
Wilton had arrived at the camp too
late to save the girl from Bowyer, and
that, half-crazed, she had fled with her
father into the wilderness. He went
to the fishing camp and spent a day
prowling among the ruins, but he
learned nothing there. Then he went
to the store. It was still empty, for
a new trading post was being estab established
lished established northward, and the company had
not replaced the factor, perhaps would
not do so. Betts broke in.
Everything was as it had been on
the night of the fire. But Betts quick quickly
ly quickly discovered that someone 'aad been
there since! For in the dust thar cov covered
ered covered the floor of Molly's bedroom were
the faint imprint of feet. A woman's
That was all the clue Betts got, but
It satisfied him. lie cast about him.
northward and eastward, going into
every Indian encampment and talking
with the inhabitants. But it was a
week before he got his second clue.
Molly and her father left Wilton be
side the road and crept stealthily into
the undergrowth. When they were a
sufficient distance from the ca.mp they
made a wide detour, crossed the road
and took the trail back toward tin
portage, encountering nobody on the
There the factor got $5X), and
made up a pack of fond su Sclent
for two weeks' journey. They put
on their snowshoes and started eat
Molly had noticed that the factors
paralysis had completely left him. Six
said nothing to him about it, however,
fearing to bring it to his attention
They traveled for eight days. On tin
eighth McDonald showed signs oi
weakness; he had overtaxed his
They were following an Indian track
that led to a little Moravian mission
twelve miles farther, on. When thev
reached it at nightfall, McDonald was
In a raging fever and half-delirious.
The brother In charge welcomed
them; he put the factor to bed and
nursed him assiduously through s
sharp attack of pleurisy. McDonald
In his delirium raved Incessantly. All
the ghosts of the. past tortured him
Night after night he raved, while
Molly tended him in his anguish Bui
at last the delirium left him, and con conscience,
science, conscience, screaming into the sick man'f
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soul, could no more pass the seal upon
He was in a fever to be gone. He
wanted his rifle; he cleaned and oiled
It. He asked for his snowshoes, and
began examining the strings. As Molly
gave them to him she suddenly per perceived
ceived perceived that one of the strings was
broken. And there flashed into her
mind the memory of her discovery be beside
side beside the portage on that day when she
She would not let the dark thought
In her heart come into consciousness.
But she kneeled at the factor's side,
her arms around him. "What Is trou troubling
bling troubling you 77 she pleaded. "Tell me."
McDonald was shaking like an
aspen. "It's naethlng, lass! he bab babbled.
bled. babbled. "If I've repaid. It's for wrong
that was done me and mine."
"What have you done? Whom have
you repaid? You must tell me."
He clutched at her. "I warned him
what would be If he came between me
and mine. And when he sent Win
Carruthers to steal you from me for
be was at the back of that I shot
Molly's gray eyes searched Into bis
After a long time Molly took the fac factor's
tor's factor's hands In hers. "Well go on," she
said In a hard voice. "Thank God,
no Innocent man has. been suspected,
ni stay with you. Til never speak of
this again. But if ever the guilt Is un unjustly
justly unjustly placed on anyone, you will go
back to Clayton and confess the truth,
or ni denounce you."
"Aye, I'll go back, Molly," he cried.
"No man shall haug for me. I swear
it If ye'll stay by me till then, Molly."
She left him, and, with a singular
clarity of mind, as if there were noth nothing
ing nothing more to fear or hope, and no room
for further feeling, she went to the
door and looked out across the snow snowbound
bound snowbound wilderness.
She saw a figure tramping through
the snow toward the mission. And
thus Jim Betts found her.
A Dramatic Moment.
The second day of Wilton's trial was
occupied by the' handwriting experts
gentlemen brought to Clayton' at fat
fees, who unanimously testified that
the signature on the transfer was gen genuine,
uine, genuine, and those on the checks forger forgeries.
ies. forgeries. On the third day the defense
opened, and Payne called Kitty, reso resolutely
lutely resolutely Ignoring alike Wilton's signals,
and the crown lawyer's satisfaction,
and Bowyer's vulpine smile.
"The defendant was a friend of your
husband?" he asked.
"My husband's greatest friend," she
"He brought his body back to Clay Clayton
ton Clayton under great difficulties, although
his arm was broken?"
"What was his attitude toward you
and the Missatibi company?"
'; "He wanted me to help him fight to
hold it for me, on Joe's account."
"And he asked you to come to Big
Muskeg to live?"
"He tried to stop me. It was
my suggestion, because I wanted to
follow the work."
' Payne shot a fleeting glance at the
jury. They were watching Kitty with
unchanged faces; but there was no
disbelief on them.
"At the portage you met Mr. Bowyer
one evening, I believe?"
"Tell us the conversation that en ensued"
sued" ensued" "I caught him trying to embrace Miss
McDonald. He told me that he loved
her, and would win her from Will Car
ruthers. He taunted me with being In
love with Will. I was. I ami"
She drew herself up proudly and
flung out the words with Indescribable
energy. The whole court was electri electrified
fied electrified by her words and manner. It stag staggered
gered staggered Payne. It was one of the worst
things she could have said. He did
not dare glance at the Jury.
"What was the nature of the bargain
that Mr. Bowyer offered?" continued
"He said he would win Miss McDon McDonald
ald McDonald and get her out of my way If I
would help him gain control of the
Missatibi. And he asked 'me to give
him the combination of the safe, so
that he could examine some papers
there. He said it was my safe, and 1
controlled the line, so that I would be
doing no wrong."
rWhat answer did you make?
T gave him the combination," an answered
swered answered Kitty In a low voice.
A cry broke from Wilton's lips; he
raised his arms and let them fall again
Payne glanced at the Jury. Their eyes
were riveted on Kitty's face. He knew
that he had scored. A disagreement disagreement-even
even disagreement-even an acquittal If all went welL
"Thank you," he said quietly.
The crown attorney, who had been
whispering with Bowyer, came for forward
ward forward to cross-examine.
"You told us, Mrs. Bostock," he said
In his suavest tones, "that you loved,
and still love, the defendant. How
long have you loved him?"
"Ever since I first saw him," whis whispered
pered whispered Kitty.
"How soon after your marriage dM
you make his acquaintance?"
"1 saw him first on my marriagt
day, at the church. He was my hus husband's
band's husband's best man."
A stir among the spectators. Payni
clenched his fists and groaned. Every Everyone
one Everyone saw what was coming every on
"Then you were in love with bin:
before you married Mr. Bostock? Nol
long before let us say half an hour".
You married a man whom you had
ceased to love for half an hour?"
"I did not realize it then."
"But you realized it soon after!
You were not heartbroken when Mr
Orange Lake, June 27. As we have
just had nice showers to give vigor to
growing crops it makes quite a favor favorable
able favorable show up of vegetation around
Orange Lake, and it is not surprising
the number of watermelons and toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes shipped from Orange Lake the
last four weeks. There were shipped
twenty-seven carloads of watermel watermelons
ons watermelons and eleven cars of tomatoes. Mel Melons
ons Melons were shipped on May 16th, about
a month earlier than common. For
the first carloads we understand $500
Miss Mary Mickler was chaperone
at the birthday party of little folks
and dinner of little Earl and Francis
Mixon at Five Forks Camp. A delic delicious
ious delicious dinner was served. All took part
in the contests. Letha Savage won
the prize in the foot race, and Jack
Hatchet won the prize in the pin-tall
donkey contest. Choice music and a
good time was enjoyed by about eight eighteen
een eighteen or twenty youngsters.
Miss Ellen Hoyt is home on a va vacation
cation vacation visit to her people here.
Mrs. McBirch of New Smyrna and
Mrs. Nora Murray of Miami, are visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. Dan Burry, Mrs. Murray's
father, and family.
Miss Gladys Burry was home from
the Gainesville normal for the week weekend.
end. weekend. Dan T. Smith, the merry widower,
is enjoying the pleasure of the com company
pany company of an old gentleman staying at
Lockbie with him. Dan T. traces in
his mind the horoscope of the old gen gentleman
tleman gentleman and calls him Uncle Josh, who
is known to the talking machine crew
and Uncle Josh said, "I have sold
more records for those music houses
than any one else." This was good
confession to Dan T's. assertion.
Brother McLeod preached a good
sermon at the Baptist church last
Sunday night. He was the guest of
Mrj and Mrs. Robert Stephenson.
"I cared for Joe. I admired and re respected
spected respected him."
"But not in the same way? You
couldn't love two men in that way at
the same time?"
"No," said Kitty tremulously.
"In fact, after the first shock was
over, you felt that life might become
worth living again?"
"I don't know what you mean" cried
"The court will," said the attorney,
with a meaning glance toward the
Jury. "Don't let me perplex you. Now
please answer me carefully. You per persuaded
suaded persuaded the defendant to let you build
and occupy a cottage on Big Muskeg,
close to his own, and hidden from the
sight of the camp?"
"He tried to stop me. I've said that
"It has duly impressed us, Mrs. Bos Bostock.
tock. Bostock. However, in the end he yielded?"
"He yielded because he thought that
I was only interested in the work. He
cared for Miss McDonald. He never
dreamed I cared, until I told him."
"So you told him! What did he
"It cut him to the heart."
Only a thread divided the tense
drama of the colloquy from Inex Inextinguishable
tinguishable Inextinguishable pathos. The attorney
"In fact, you found him a regular
Joseph In his relations with you?"
And the whole court was dissolved
In laughter. Even the Judge placed
his hand across his mouth.
"Then will you tell me how you
two came to be seen kissing and em embracing
bracing embracing one evening on the shores of
Big Muskeg? But I won't press that
question. We shall have further evi evidence
dence evidence to offer."
The mischief was done. The net
that had been woven about Wilton
could not be broken by the hypothesis
of conspiracy. Kitty's confession of
her love supplied a stronger argument
against him, and threw the dark
shadow of collusion about her, too. Me
chanically Payne called the next wit witness.
ness. witness. But before he could take the stand
there came sounds of an uproar in the
street. There was a struggle at the
entrance. Then, to the amazement of
all, Molly stood In the doorway.
Jim Betts was with her, and to together
gether together they supported the frail form
Unhindered, they went down the
courtroom, while the spectator sr gaped,
and suddenly, standing up in their
places, gave rousing, riotous cheers,
unhindered and unrebuked.
Despite the general belief in Wil Wilton's
ton's Wilton's guilt, stories concerning Bowyer's
presence at the camp on the nfght of
the fire had been widely bruited.
The party were still advancing when
Bowyer loosed himself In one of his
"Put them out of here" he bawled.
Tt's a trick a staged trick to win
sympathy for that man !"
"Be silent!" thundered the judge;
and then he turned to Payne, who
was at his side, speaking in a low
"The court will adjourn for half an
hour," he ordered. "And no person
will leave this courtroom in that inter interval."
val." interval." Molly, with a little cry, ran to the
dock and flung herself Into Wilton's
arms. And at this the building rang
again with the spectators' cheers. It
was not for a full minute that the
guard drew her away.
Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf
8 BICYCLE RACES 4th OF JULY
Around Court House Sqnare.
The list of prizes below will be given to the winners:
I Bronze Medal
1 Silver Medal Donated by the Cycle Trades of
1 Gold Filled Medal America, Inc., New York City.
1 Gold Stick Pin Set Donated by New Departure Mfg. Co,
I Gold Knife and Chain Set.
1 Pair Silvertown Donated by Goodrich Rubber Co,
Cord Tires Akron, Ohio.
I Pair Handle Bars
1 Pair Rubber Pedals DoT Torrington Co,
I Bicycle Lamp Donated by Bridgeport Brass Co,
, Donated by Diamond Chain Co,
1 Roller Chain Indianapolis, Ind.
1 Front Wheel Donated by Brigham's Bicycle Store.
1 Rear Wheel and Donated by Brigham's
Coaster Brake Bicycle Store.
1 Traxel Saddle Donated by Condon's Bicycle Store."'
I Pair Vacuum Cup Tires. ..Donated by Condon's Bicycle Store,
Sign entry blanks and get ready for the races.
We invite all, young and old, to take part in these laces. There
is going to be lots of fun. Watch this paper every day for further
announcements and adds.
BRIGHAM'S BICYCLE SHOP. CONDON'S BICYCLE SHOP
The Lowest Priced, Most Fully Equipped,
Most Economical Auto MADE
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c. at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery. t i 1
Fresh Creamery ButtertDaily
Can now be had at the following places.
Farmers Exchange Store Main Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five U-Serve Stores.
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve Stores.
MARION CO UNT YgCRE AM ER Y CO.
& PHONE 243
Chase & Sanborn9 s Seal Brand
TEA and COFFEE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
FOR SALE TniuXsTadtd,,,
1920 Buick Six Touring, with bumpers, motor motor-meter,
meter, motor-meter, etc., has been in private use only. .$690
1922 Buick Four Touring, private use only .$650
1920 Studebaker Special Six Touring, in absolu absolutely
tely absolutely first class condition, new cord tires $900
Pay half down and balance in eight equal monthly payments on
any of the above cars. Will take your car in trade.
McLEOD & WATERS Studebaker Dealers
Headquarters Bridges Garage. "Every Studebaker Sella Another.
STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE
At 1:30 P. SI.
Donated by Eclipse Machine Co.
Elmira, N. Y.
Donated by Chicago Handle Bar Co.,
At Your Home
PHONE 174 JS
Sole Distributor for jfe
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room.. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1922
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wherefQtttyl&TtXXlb (fflatheSflWJ "sold
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WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Ktc I
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Yes we are crowing about cur special
Florida and Western Steaks.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.
Albert's Plant Food Is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c and 50c packages and $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
A Real Sale
We "are actually selling
Society Brand Clothes
in the new Styles at
This is our big oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, our annual clear clearance
ance clearance sale you'll find
values here such as you
never expected. Clothes
that you will be proud
to wear the year'round.
Come in ami make your
selection now. At sale
Action That's the reason
for these rock-bottom prices
k U fii m
LONG DISTANCE MOVING ;
Phone 296 I
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17pm Jacksonville 3 :50 pm
2:15 am t. Petersburg
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
1 :35 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee
4:05 pm TamDa-St. Petersbnr
ATLANTIC COAST LLNE
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa
:lo am JOeala-Wilcox
7:25 am fOcala-Lakeland
IMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and,
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, FU. tf
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Rencher of Isl Island
and Island Grove, passed through Ocala this
morning from Apopka, where they
Misses Edith Edwards and Sidney
jjCullen left on the early train this
morning for Jacksonville, and will sail
' for Boston. They expect to spend the
summer in camp on Cape Cod.
J Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ott and little
daughter Edith, accompanied by Miss
Susie Lou Ellis, returned yesterday
ifrom Jacksonville, where they have
. ben since Saturday. They made the
!trip by auto.
The monthly social af the North
Ocala Sunday school will be held at
the home of Mrs. Simmons this eve evening.
ning. evening. All members of the Sunday
school and their friends are urged to
fr2 present. Come out and get ac acquainted.
quainted. acquainted. It is ail free.
Careful attention to the wants of
people who know good meats when
they see them is what has built up the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2-tf
' Alice Johnson of Palatka arrived in
town yesterday afternoon and is stay staying
ing staying with Mamie Sue Spencer. She
will return home tomorrow, as will
Sara Johnson, who is also a guest at
jthe Spencer home. And they will be
; accompanied by Mamie Sue, who will
' visit them at their respective homes.
I Masters Harry Dozier and Wilbur
i Gary left this afternoon for Camp
1 Sapphire, Brevard. S. C, where they
i expect to enjoy the summer in the
I Rev. John B. Culpepper, the well-
knowm Southern evangelist, will hold
meetings in Island Grove for the two
weeks beginning June 20th and end-
! ing July lGth. Rev. Culpepper is well
I known in Ocala where he has held
! meetings several times and this op-
I portumty to hear him again so near
home will probably be taken advant-
Albert's Plant Food for flowers! 23c
i and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock ex expect
pect expect to leave Monday morning for
Jacksonville where they will sail on
the Clyde Line for New York. They
will be joined in the metropolis by
their daughter, Miss Alice Bullock,
and together will enjoy a ten days
trip up the Hudson and into Canada.
Judge and Mrs. Bullock will stop in
New York on their return. They ex expect
pect expect to be away about six weks.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry, who were in
the Ocala delegation at the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Rotary convention, and with the
party toured through the Yellowstone
pnd Glr.cier parks, going as far as
Lake Louise, Canada, after a short
418 N. Magnolia Street
$ saved is a $ made. Below
are some prices taken at random
of our new stock. You will find
a real saving in our grocery. It
is to your interest to investigate for
Special, Tall Cream 9c and 10c
Special, Small Cream 5c and 6c
Poast Toasties 3 for 25c
Corn Flakes 3 for 25c
Large Bread 12c
! Small Bread 8c
j No. 2 Grated Hawaiian Pineapple 23c
'Good assortment of Jellies 9c
j Sun-Maid Seeded Raisins 25c
Assorted Soups 10c
INo. 3 Tomatoes 17c
! No. 3 Lye Hominy 17c
Argo Salmon 29c
jTall Pink Salmon 14c
Potted Meat 10c size 6c
Vienna Style Sausage 6c
! Corned Beef 20c
jLibby's Roast Beef ,.25c
Macaroni and Spaghetti 2 for 15c
!Self Rising Flour, 12 lbs 60c
Self Rising Flour, 24 lbs $1.20
Premier Salad Dressing, large. .43c
Giant Lye 12c
Old Dutch Cleanser 10c
I Wesson Oil, quarts 57c
' Wesson Oil. pints 30c
j Snowdrift Lard, 8 lbs $1.63
Free Delivery with $5.00 Order.
stay there have gone to Virginia,
where, they will visit relatives before
returning to Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. G.
S. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. John Tay Taylor
lor Taylor are stopping in Birmingham to
and Mrs. Laurie Scott, and
Mr. J. J. Whitesides has assumed
control of the neat little candy and
cigar store," with its uptodate soda
fountain, in the room formerly occu
pied by Charles Peyser, next to the;
Harrington office. "Jimmy," who has
always been one of our most cheerful
boys, keeps a first-class place, hopes
to see all his old friends and will be
glad to make new ones.
A dinner without a nice piece of
fresh meat is like the play offlamlet
with Hamlet on a vacation. Phone us
you wants for tomorrow's dinner.
Main Street Market. Call 108. 2-tf
Miss Myrtle Self of Birmingham, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robert
Riddle. Since coming to Ocala Miss
Self has made a number of frineds
and has been the guest of honor at
several very pleasant affairs.
Mrs. C. H. Trout left this afternoon"
for Richmond, Va., where she expects
to enjoy a month's visit with her son,
Mr. Davis M. Trout. Mr. Paul Trout,
who has been in Ocala for a week's
visit, will accompany his mother to
Richmond, where he will stay for a
few days, after which he will leave for
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
5c: three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
mlvnnrr except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE Milk cow. Gives large
quantity of milk daily. Apply to J,
Chas. Smith, 9th St., phone 491. 3t
FOR RENT Store room in the Ocala
House block facing courthouse: See
L. R. Bracken. 26-6t
WOOD FOR SALE For the best
wood at the lowest price call 471 471-Blue.
Blue. 471-Blue. Prompt delivery.' E. Gib Gibbons,
bons, Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 6-24-tf
FOR SALE One "E. M." wood range,
practically new. Will sell cheap for
W6U' TL t 4 rSlthe Ocala high school and made her
pAmpr 9nd St. A. Ij Perrv. 24-6t f ... ...
FOR RENT Unfurnished
close in. All conveniences.
reasonable. Phone 40 or see J3. R.'cess in her chosen profession. Miss
Connor at Masters store. 24-6t Lytle graduated in one of the large
WANTED Salesman, agents. Adver-
tise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big
pay..xperience not necessary. tflUhe Rursts sent to Jacksonville, Tenn.,
Candy Co., 723 Walnut St., Philadel
phia, Pa. 6-23-6t
DRESSMAKING All kinds of fancy
and plain dressmaking done. Mrs.
Sue Connell, over Eagle Grocery
OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels
genuine old Florida 90-day oat seed,
The only sure crop oat for this seq-
tion. Ten bushel lots, ?2 per bushel,
Newcomb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-18-lm
FOR HIRE Buick six. For quick and
satisfactory service call phone 231,
Ant TrrTi7'v TJirc oo -t
FOR SALE A few fresh Jersey cows j
with calves, also one fine Jersey!
bull. Joe. Breman. 21-6t j
DON'T BE A SPONGER If your
subscription to the Star is past due,
pay up. Don't try to see how long
you can "get by" and then swell up
with indignation because you've
been dunned by the collector. If
you don't want to mail it, just phone
51 and we'll send up for it. Try
this method and youU have a clear
conscience and sleep well.
STOVE REPAIRING I am pr .pared
to repair all makes of gas, oil or
wood stoves on short notice, and
make a specialty of relining. Phone
148. J. G. Meadows. 27-12t
FOUND At Silver Springs last Fri Friday,
day, Friday, boy's cap. Owner may have
same by describing cap and paying
for this ad. 27-3t
WANTED At once, by young lady,
position in cigar store, drug store
or restaurant. Experienced. Call
at 521 East Oklawaha Ave. 28-6t
FOR RENT Furnished house, clo&e
in; reasonable rent. Call phone
FOR, RENT An apartment of four
I rooms, with bath arid all modern
i conveniences, including garage.
I Will rent furnished or unfurnished unfurnished-'
' unfurnished-' Apply to H. A. Waterman at The
j Haberdashery. 28-4t
LOST A roll of bills containing $47,
between MacKay building, postof-
, fice, Colonial hotel and the Maxine.
Return to S. H. Adums, at the4Co the4Co-lonial
lonial the4Co-lonial Hotel. 28-2t
FOR RENT Three sr four rooms
furnished for light housekeeping.!
Apply to 212 Orange Ave. tf
his home in Wellesley, Hills, Mass.
It has been a pleasure for.the people
of Ocala to have Mr. Paul Trout with
the mand his friends will be glad to
hear that he" will favor thera with an another
other another visit in the. near future..
GIRL SCOUTS, NOTICE
Meeting tonight at B.' and- P. W.
club rooms promptly at 7:45. All
scouts urged to be present as there is
Katie Mae Eagleton,
Assistant Scout Master.
Mr. H. C. Packham writes a very
interesting letter to his Ocala friends
of his travels since leaving Ocala the
middle of May. He first went to De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, where he was the guest of his
brother, whom he had not seen for
forty-five years. Since leaving there
he has been traveling through Colo Colorado
rado Colorado and is now visiting friends in
Denver, which place he says he thinks
the most beautiful city he has ever
seen, its dark green, beautifully kept
lawns which are so artistically terrac terraced,
ed, terraced, making a fitting background for
the vivid mass of red and white
rambler roses, with which every house
is festooned. Mr. Packham has visited
several points of interest, among them
Pike's Peak and a delightful drive
through Sunshine. Canj'on to Lookout
Mountain, the highest point of which
is the resting place it Col. Cody,
otherwise known as Buffalo Bill. And
he adds: "Imagine traversing a pub public
lic public highway over the mountains which
is as level and as smooth as a park parkway."
way." parkway." From Denver Mr. Packham
will go to Toronto for a visit with
relatives after which he will spend the
remainder of the summer in Philadel Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCaskill are
living in the city again, making their
home in Mr. Joseph Needham's former
residence. They have sold their fine
little farm out on the Dunnellon road
to Mr. Geo. T. Mortimer of Chicago,
who with his wife and three children
will make it their home.
Our stock of fresh meats, vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry is always the best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
prompt delivery. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 2-tf
Miss Maggie Lytle, who attended
home here with her mother and broth-
house, j ers, Messrs. Earl and Carl Lytle, dur dur-Rentling
Rentling dur-Rentling their school days,, has made a suc-
hospitals in Nashville and during the
wa h th influenza eridcmic raeed
j throughout the Country was one of
to nurse pneumonia patients at the
large munition plants there. Since
then she has taken a position with the
government as district nurse in that
part of Tennessee and her territory
includes the country for manjr miles
around, which she covers in her flivver
and when the mountain roads are ini-
j possible for a flivver she mounts a
j horse and makes her rounds. Right
j now she is enjoying a vacation travel
ing through northwestern Canada and
around the Great Lakes. She will go
to Seattle to attend a convention of
.uiss Cornelia uozier returned yes-
terday from Orlando, where she has
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sylvan
McElroy, for the past week.
J. H. Fort of Moss Bluff was a visi visitor
tor visitor in Ocala today and paid the Star
office a much appreciated call.
Health, rest, economy promoted liy
I use of Merchants and Miners liners
saiilng from Jacksonville to Baltimore
and Philadelphia.. Close connections
for Washington, Atlantic City, New
York and beyond. It
Messrs. W. L. Dixon, L. P. Crews
and J. W. Baker, all of Mascot, were
in town today.
Little Barbara Lindner, who has
been very ill, is much better.
Bob Rogers Pr. of Dunnellon was in
Now is your chance to get a nice
cottage home at reasonable price, on
easy terms and especially planned for
convenience and home comforts. Call
! at 109 Dougherty street and see this
-house. Ditto will show you and give
County Judge Futch, in his office at
the courthouse, has joined the hearts
and hands of Mr. Frank P. Ellert of
Pedro and Miss Marie Lawrence of
See the house nowr in course of con
struction on Dougherty street..., If you
jwould like to own it see Carn or Ditto
and have tny changes you .would like
made before it is too late. Let me
show you the many attractive features
jhere. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf
Advertisers are always live wires.
SPECIAL MEETING OF
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
There, will be a special meeting of.
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M this evening
at 7:30. By order of
A. L. Lucas, IL-P.
We are equipped to give com- jj
plete .renovation and repair
service on your car. We get it
ready for the road in jig time
and at low prices. All expert If
1 DIXIE HIGHWAY
jj JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 25S Night Phone 533 p
121 West Broadway v
Ocala, Florida. VV J 1
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
For real comfort this sum summer
mer summer yo u i 1 want p
Palm Beat h Suit
Light and djrk colors, in
all the newest Jines! Ap Appropriate
propriate Appropriate for sports, busi business,
ness, business, or formal evening
' looks right
- J. A. CHANDLER
Second Floor Chace Building
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel,
South Main Street.
THE subtle yet unmis unmistakable
takable unmistakable compliment
that is ever expressed by
THE WRITE GIFT' will wipe
cut the miles betvn you.
Out extensive variety of
styles and grades will In -spire
a wise selection.
Boxed Writing Paper prices
range from twenty -five
North' Magnolia Street
QUICK LUNCHES AND
REGULAR DINNERS AT
COLD DRINKS AND
EXPORT ON DRAFT
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Rooms by the Day, Week "or
Month '." :
Opposite Cracker Lunch Room