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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair and cooler tonight and Wednesday, except probably local rains in extreme south portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 68; this afternoon, 7.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:46; Sets, 6:31.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1922
VOLUBIE TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 56
MEETING II! OCALA
NEXT MONDAY
DRIVE DID WELL STATE OF GEORGIA
ALICE SHIELDS IS SDMETIII11G IIE17 FOR
THE FIRST DAY
SWEPT DY STORM
UNDER ARREST

AM

COMMITTEE AGREED
OH A COMPROMISE

C DUTY SCHOOLS

This City Chosen for the First Con Convention
vention Convention of the Capital Re Re-n.ovai
n.ovai Re-n.ovai Association

(Associated Press;
Palatka, March 7. A state-wide
convention to organize the capital re removal
moval removal association will be held in
Ocaal next Monday. The local cham
ber of commerce announced last night
alter canvassing tke vote of various
commercial organizations on place of
meeting, that Ocala won the meeting
by 9. margin of one vote.
, The Palatka Chamber of Commerce
has advised the Marion County Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce that Ocala has been
selected for the first meeting of the
proposed Capital Removal Associa Association.
tion. Association. The meeting will be held in this
city next Monday, March 13. The
Marion County Chamber of Commerce
is getting busy at once.
The following telegram was receiv received
ed received this morning from J. W. Hart, sec secretary
retary secretary of the Palatka organization:
"Have mailed notices to seventy seventy-six
six seventy-six chambers of commerce announc announcing
ing announcing ballots favor Ocala. for first cap capital
ital capital removal associativa?,-convention
March 13th. Am requesting. chambers
to notify you what nunihr'mtt at attend.
tend. attend. Think seventy-five Wilt "cover.
Writing."
The proposal lhat a state-wide cap capital
ital capital removal association be organized
for the purpose of t having the state
capital moved to a more central loca location
tion location was made last month by the Pa Palatka
latka Palatka Chamber of Commerce. The
Palatka organization sent out a let letter
ter letter and questionnaire in regard to the
matter, asking the organizations
written to say where the first meet meeting
ing meeting should be held. The Marion Coun Coun-ty
ty Coun-ty Chamber of Commerce voted to
have the meeting in Ocala and to ex extend
tend extend a cordial invitation to the other
organizations to meet here, at the
same time advising the Palatka or organization
ganization organization that Ocala and Marion
county would be glad to meet where where-ever
ever where-ever the majority decided, and would
be glad to co-operate.
DADE COUNTY SHERIFF
BALKED DESPERADOES
Yanked Wife-Killer Frady Out of The
Hospital and Into The
Jail
(Associated Press)
Miami, March 7. b rady spent a
restless night in jail after being taken
there late yesterday when the au authorities
thorities authorities learned of an alleged plot to
overpower the hospital guards and
put him on board a boat for Cuba or
South America. Three deputies with
automatic shotguns stood guard all
night on the stairway leading to the
hospital ward of the jail and the night
was uneventful.
ARBUCKLE WITNESSES
INDICTED FOR PERJURY
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, March 7. Mrs. Min Minnie
nie Minnie Neighbors of Los Angeles, and
Mrs. Frances S. Bates of Chicago, who
testified for the defense in the Ar Ar-buckle
buckle Ar-buckle trials, were indicted for per perjury
jury perjury early today by the county grand
jury.
TO LEARN YOUNG MEN
THE PRINTER'S TRADE
(Associated Press)
Montverde, March 7. The special
committee of the Florida Press Asso
ciation appointed to devise means for
financing the printer's craft school at
the Montverde Industrial School meet
here at 10 o'clock next Saturday,
Geo. E. Hosmer of the Manatee River
Journal, chairman of the committee,
having called the meeting for that
date.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Nice residence on paved street, five
blocks from courthouse; seven rooms,
bath, sleeping porch, corner lot, 112 x
224 feet; two-room servant's house;
garage, fruit trees, chicken yard and
house 3 and garden; gas, electricity
and all modern conveniences. Cash
or on time. PRICE A BARGAIN. Ap Apply
ply Apply Box 575, Ocala, Fla. 1-21-lm
MONEY RAISING SALE
Starts Thursday, March 9th. Get
big four-page circular. B. Goldman,
Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia. tf

Rain Did Not Prevent Membership
Campaign for Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Having Fairly Good Results.

Although all of the committees did
not get away from the wire at nine
o'clock this morning as scheduled,
due to the interference of individual
businesses, the reports at noon indi indicated
cated indicated a most successful result in the
membership drive of the Marion
County Chamber of Commerce. The
committees that did not get a start
this morning will be out this after afternoon
noon afternoon or tomorrow. Reports at noon
showed. twenty-eight members signed
up to that hour. The rain has also in interfered.
terfered. interfered. The first membership signed was
that of the Ocala Seed and Supply
Company, a new concern which locat
ed in the city only recently.
The list of those signed up by noon
was as folfows: Ocaia Seed and Sup Supply
ply Supply Co.; C. G. Rose, Lake Weir Wash Washed
ed Washed Sand Co., Harrington Hall hotel,
Affleck Millinery Shop, C. H. Rogers,
Lynne; AV. F. Blesch, Court Pharm Pharmacy,
acy, Pharmacy, Davis insurance Agency, L. N.
Green, L. T. Izlar, Loncala Phosphate
Co., Needham Bros., Rheinauer & Co.,
C. K. Sage, G. S. Scott, Dr. G. C.
Shephard, W. E. Smith, J. W. Tally,
Wm. J. Thomas, Dr. H. F. Watt, the
Weihe Co., C. E. Winston, W. M. Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Committees are working at various
points in the county. Reports are not
expected from these committees be before
fore before tomorrow.
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Program for Marion County Teachers'
Meeting at ihe Ocaia High School,
Saturday, March 11
i0:30 a. m. Community
singing
led by Mrs. Cole.
Address of welcome by Mr,
J. J.
Gerig. x
Response by Miss Inez Neville.
Invocation by Rev. C. L. Collins.
Business session.
11:15 a. m. Address. "Educational
Test and Measurements," Dr. Fulk.
Dinner and social hour.
1:3 p. m. discussions. Topic,
"Teacher Advancement."
"How Summer School Has Helped
Me in My School Work," Mrs. H.
Billings.
"Why I Completed the Full Four Four-Year
Year Four-Year Course in the Normal School,"
B. D. Adams.
"Teacher Advancement Through the
National and Other Reading Courses,"
Mrs. Rex Todd.
"Help that a Teacher Can Obtain
from Professional Magazines," Miss
Clara Ledbetter.
"Correspondence Courses from the
State and Other Universities as a
Factor in Teacher Advancement," J.
E. Willett. Program Committee.
FATAL ACCIDENT
IN KANSAS CITY
Four Workmen Killed When Com
pressed Air Tank Exploded
(Associated Press)
Kansas City, March 7. Five work workmen
men workmen 'according to reports were killed
and nine injured in the explosion of
a compressed air tank at the car
barns of the Kansas City Railway Co.,
this morning. The explosion wrecked
a large part of the barns and there is
difficulty in determining the extent of
damage.
THE FISKE JUBILEE QUARTET
The Fiske Jubilee Quartet will be
in Ocala on the evening of March 9th.
This organization has been coming to
Ocala for a number of years and needs
no introduction to our people, being
well known among the white people
as well as the colored. Their program
is always enjoyed. The voices in this
quartet are excellent and their selec selections
tions selections of negro melodies and religious
songs are especially good. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds for the concert will go to Fiske
University and the Fessenden Acad
emy fire redemption fund, both being
worthy causes, but the latter of spe special
cial special merit locally. The concert will
be held at Mount Zion A. M. E.
church at 8:30 o'clock Thursday eve evening,
ning, evening, March 9th. All that attend are
sure of enjoying an interesting pro program
gram program given by good singers.
Thursday (only) we will sell 100-lb
sack of hen feed for $2.25 at the U-
Serve Stores. 7-2t

Wind and Rain Lash the Land and
Rivers Rising Out of Their
Banks

(Associated Press)
Macon, Ga., March 7. The heaviest
rainfall in Macon since the weather
bureau was established twenty-three ;
years ago found the Ocmulgee river
out of its banks this morning and the
weather bureau preparing to issue
flood warnings for both the Ocmulgee
and Oconee rivers.
SOUTH CAROLINA SUFFERS
Augusta, Ga., March 7. Langley
and Warrenville, S. C, ten miles from
Augusta were reported wiped out by
the storm early today. Several per persons
sons persons were reported killed at Langley.
Warrenton, Ga., also is reported a
storm sufferer, with wire communica communication
tion communication to the three places cut off.
General Manager Banghart of the
Augusta-Aiken railroad, said he was
informed that many houses had been
blown down at Warrenville and vicin vicinity
ity vicinity and at Langtey and several persons
killed. The local telephone office said
the wires between Augusta and Aiken
were down but that a lineman sent a
message from the top of a pole that
there were nine dead and many houses
wrecked.
TORNADO STRUCK AT DAY DAYBREAK
BREAK DAYBREAK Augusta, March 7. There- are six
dead and scores of injured at Warren Warrenton
ton Warrenton and Stifleton.
The four mill villages, Langley,
Stifleton, Granite Hill and Warren Warrenville,
ville, Warrenville, in the Corse creek valley of
South Carolina, were struck by the
tornado just before daybreak. Houses
were swept away, trees uprooted and
telegraph poles fielled. The heavy
rain which followed flooded the terri territory.
tory. territory. SWIPED THE FUNDS OF
A DENTAL SCHOOL
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, March 7. Bonds and
other negotiable securities valued at
more than $150,000 have been stolen
from the strong box of the Thomas
W. Evans dental school and museum
fund of the University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, it became known last night.
JOBLESS SOLDIERS
Of the 4,000,000 men who volun
teered or were selected for service
against Germany, more than 800,000
are out of work, according to Ameri American
can American Legion figures. Scores of the 11, 11,-000
000 11,-000 posts of the legion have been forc
ed to provide lodgings and meals for
their unfortunate comrades-in-arms
a state of affairs such as no one could
have believed would be possible, a
brief five years ago, when these men
shouldered their rifles and marched to
tke country's defense. To such veter veterans,
ans, veterans, who gave up everything at the
call of duty, the country now owes a
reciprocal duty the duty of helping
them to the utmost of its capacity to
find work which they need to keep
their families together and put bread
in their own mouths. Who will deny
this call today?
Colonel Arthur Woods, a member
of the president's conference on un unemployment,
employment, unemployment, states today's problem
tersely:
"WTien the country needed these
men they reported cheerfully for duty.
Now they need work and the industry
of the nation is called upon to do its
job as well as they did theirs. It is
the duty of every man who has work
to give to bend all his effort toward
putting the soldier without a job into
some line of useful production, and
not until every ex-soldier of the late
war has found suitable employment
can we say with any sense of satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction that our economic problem is
solved."
GRAPE CULTURE WILL
BE TRIED AT MONTVERDE
(Associated Press)
Montverde, March 8. A 'shipment
of 300,000 Carmen grape cuttings has
been received by Truskett & Einsel,
who are preparing to enter into on
a large scale the culture of grapes on
the shores of Lake Apopka here. Work
has been in progress for sometime in
clearing a 40-acre tract to be planted.
In addition to the shipment of cut cuttings,
tings, cuttings, perhaps the largest ever receiv received
ed received in the state, many thousands of
plants have been received for immed immediate
iate immediate setting out.

Some Sort of a Bonus Bill W ill Prob Probably
ably Probably be Reported to the House
This Evening

(Associated Press)
Washington, March 7 Final agree agreement
ment agreement on the compromise soldier bonus
bill was reached today by the House
ways and means committee republi-
cansw ho authorized Chairman Ford Ford-ney
ney Ford-ney to present the measure to the
House before adjournment this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. PLENTY MONEY FOR SWAMPS
The McNary bill, appropriating
$350,000,000 for development of irri irrigation
gation irrigation and declamation, including
swamp land draining, was reported
favorably today by the Senate irriga irrigation
tion irrigation committee.
BELFAST'S CONTINUED
BAD BEHAVIOR
Ulster's Capital City Undoubtedly the
. Most Unruly Town in
Ireland
Belfast, March 7. (By Associated
Press). Gunmen were active in the
early morning hours today, increasing
the tension here in spite of efforts of
the police and soldiers. A man was
shot dead on Perry Hill on his way to
work and John Hoddy, a news dealer,
had part of his right arm shot off.
FROM MAINE TO FLORIDA
Storm Warnings are Flying All Along
The Atlantic Shore
Washington, March. 7. Low tem temperatures
peratures temperatures are predicted for the At
latnic coast .as a result of the dis
turbance over the southeast. Strong
galea prevail off the Virginia and
Carolina coasts and storm warning
have been ordered posted from Jack
sonville to Eastport, Maine.
ATTEMPTED EXPLANATION
The Marion County Chamber of
Commerce has received a letter from
Mr. Lewis G. Thompson, secretary of
the state railroad commission, ex
plaining why on Feb. 28th the rail
road commission wrote the Chamber
of Commerce that the commissioners
were on that date writing the labor
board in regard to the jurisdiction of
the board as to crews on single gaso gasoline
line gasoline cars, although the commission at
the hearing in Gainesville on Feb,
10th stated that the labor board re
quired a full crew on the single cars
In his letter Mr. Thomas states that
the commission had been informed
that the labor board required full
crews on single cars but that there
may have been a thange in the rules
of the labor board and the commis
sion was writing to find out if such
was the case.
Mr. Thompson's letter is as follows:
"Receipt is acknowledged ol your
letter of March 2nd. When 1 stated
in my letter of Feb. 28th 'that the
commissioners have for some time
been investigating the possibility o:
oDeratine gasoline motor cars on
routes where the revenue is not sum
cient to warrant the operation of
steam trains,' I had particular refer
ence to the physical operation of
motor cars.
"Some roads have had trouble in
operating these cars on account of the
difficulty in separating the races oc
casioned by the limited amount ol
space involved, and other roads have
found them impractical on account of
motive power difficulties. I recall at
this time only one road which is ope
rating gasoline motor cars over its j
tracks successfully; but with the in- i
creased highway traffic new types of
cars are being put out, which will
eliminate some of the difficulties
which have heretofore been experienc experienced.
ed. experienced. "However, the railroad commission commissioners
ers commissioners were informed that the labor
board required these cars to be operat operated
ed operated with full crew. In our letter of
February 25th you stated that you
are informed that the labor board
had no jurisdiction as to the crew on
these gasoline cars. It is possible that
the rules of the labor board have been
changed, and it was to find out defi definitely
nitely definitely whether or not they assume
jurisdiction over gasoline cars ope
rated over railroads that the com
missioners wrote to that board to
ascertain definitely their position."
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Strong Evidence that She Killer Her
Aged Husband Near DeLand,
February Sixth

(Associated Press)
DeLand, March 7. Acting on in information
formation information which the authorities said
was furnished by the Ku Klux Klan,
Mrs. Alice Shields was arrested to today
day today at St. Cloud on a warrant charg charging
ing charging the" murder of her husband, Will William
iam William Shields, sixty years old, who sup
posedly was shot from ambush near
here the night of February 6th. Peter
Smith, a negro, is in jail here as a
suspect and the woman in a statement
to officials charged the negro with the
actual killing.
The couple were en route to their
poultry farm several miles from
town the night of the killing. The
woman told the authorities the car
was stopped by an obstruction in the
road and when her husband alighted
to remove it some one killed him
with a shotgun. She was uninjured
but apparently suffering so much
from shock was brought to a hospital
here.
SOME BEARING ON
THE OCALA
SITUATION
Tallahassee; March 7 The supreme
court has declared unconstitutional
provisions of a charter granted by the
egislature to the city of Gainesville
which in 'effect permitted the city to
assess the Atlantic Coast Line rail railroad
road railroad for a proportionate share of the
entire expense of paving streets tra traversed
versed traversed by the railroad.
In reaching its decision the higher
court reversed the action of the circuit
court for Alachua county in rendering
judgment against the carrier for
$20,000 for the paving of a portion of
Main street.
The carriers' tracks extend longi
tudinally along the street- The rail'
road .voluntarily paid the expense of
paving between its tracks and for
two feet on each side, but the city,
under the 'provisions of its charter,
sought to have it pay a share of tlhe
expense for paving the entire width of
the street.
The supreme court declared these
provisions to be "wholly unwarranted"
and an "unwarranted exercise" of leg
islative power.
This decision may have some bear
ing on the situation in Ocala, where
it is desired that the A. C. L. railway
and the city join forces in paving Os
ceola avenue.
LLOYD GEORGE KEEPS
. THE WORLD GUESSING
London, March 7. (By Associated
Press). Premier Lloyd George has
deferred his resignation without giv
ing his colleagues any pledge as to
futuife action regarding the premier
ship, according to the most reliable
sources of information reaching the
Associated Press today.
HARSH TREATMENT FOR
A YOUNG HUSBAND
(Associated 'Press) 1
Portsmouth, Va March 7. The
police are searching for the unidenti
fied occupants of two autos who last
night kidnapped Aotto Nottingham, a
young married man from his home,
took him beyond the city limits and
severely beat him. No motive is
known.
WARNING
Citizens of Ocala please take notice
and be governed accordingly. It is
unlawful for any person to wear any
part of the Boy Scout uniform. Each
and every article is protected by an
act of the United States Congress,
June, 1916. The scouts are now fully
organized in Ocala and boys who are
not properly registered at headquar
ters but wearing one or more pieecs
of 'the scout equipment will be prose
cuted, the parents fined or the child
punished? Parents will save them themselves
selves themselves a lot of trouble if they will see
that their children do not wear these
articles. A. R. CassiL
3-6-St Scoutmaster.
MONEY RAISING SALE
Furniture and ladies' ready-to-wear.
Starts Thursday, March 9th. B. Gold
man. Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf
6-lb. can Crisco for $1.05 at the U
Serve Stores. 7-St

A Track Meet to be Held a( the Mar Mar-km
km Mar-km Fair Grounds, Friday,
March 24th

March 24th will be a red letter day
in the history of the Marion county
schools. In the first place the day has
been declared a holiday by the school
board. Then there is the county high
school track meet and field day exer exercises
cises exercises to be held in Ocala on that day.
The schools of Anthony, Citra, Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, Mcintosh, Moss Bluff, Oak,
Ocala, Reddick and Summerfield will
all meet at the Marion County Fair
grounds in Ocala for an all-day pro program
gram program of running, jumping and other
athletic feats. All parents are urged
to come to this meet and bring all the
children. Picnic lunch will be spread
at the fair grounds and all are re requested
quested requested to bring their dinner with
them and stay all day. The schools
of the county are all interested in this
form of athletics and a large crowd
of contestants is expected in all the
events.
The Ocala school will also use the
county meet as a preliminary meet
in selecting her contestants for the
state meets to be held in Tallahassee
for girls and in Gainesville for boys.
Ocala has high hopes of securing
many first places in the state meets
and expects the county meet to be of
great help to them in this work. The
following is an outline of the various
events which will begin at 10 a. m.:
Boys' 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash,
440-yard dash, pole vault, running, 4
and standing high jump, running and
standing broad jump, shot put, low
hurdles, high hurdles, one-half mile
run, mile run, relay race.
Girls' 30-yard dash, 50-yard dash,
75-yard dash, 80-yard dash, low
hurdles, basketball throw, baseball
throw, 6-pound shot put, standing
broad jump, running hop-step jump,
220-yard relay (four runners.)
Points are awarded 5, 3, 1 for all
events.
Awards: Blue, red and white rib ribbons
bons ribbons will be awarded to the winners'
of first, second and third places, re respectively,
spectively, respectively, in the scheduled events.
I The school winning the most points
will be awarded a banner.
Eligibility Rules
1. No person is eligible who is not
a bona fide high school student.
2. No person is eligible who is not
an undergraduate.
3. No person is eligible who did
not pass three unit subjects with a
general average of 75 in all subjects
last semester.
4. No person is eligible who is not
now maintaining a passing average
(75) in each of three unit subjects
with a general average of 75 in all
subjects.
In addition to these high school
events there will Be a series of events
for the grammar grades of the Ocala
school, program of which will be pub published
lished published at a later date.
STATE MANAGER AT
NEXT WOODMAN MEETING
The next meeting of the members
of Fort King Camp, Woodmen of the
World, will be held next Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, and there is a special reason why
all members who can go should go.
The reason will be found in the follow following
ing following letter:
Jacksonville, March 6.
Mr. C. K. Sage,
Clerk Fort King Camp:
This is to advise you that I will,
unless providentially prevented, meet
with your camp on your next regular
meeting night, the 10th instant, for
the purpose of launching a campaign
for new and lapsed members.
Sovereign H. Gilbert, district man
ager for this, the eastern, district, will
come with me and will have in charge
the active details of the drive. He
will have with him one or more good
assistants.
We hope to help you in the way you
want to be helped, and in order to
start with the proper momentum will
greatly appreciate your having a real
good attendance at the meeting of the
camp above mentioned.
E. D. Rivers, State Manager.
ATTENTION, MEMBERS OF
THE WOODMEN CIRCLE
Poinsettia Grove No. 228, Woodmen
Circle, will hold a meeting tonight in
the W. O. W. hall at 8 o'clock. Im Important
portant Important business. All members urged
to be present. AH visiting members
cordially welcome.
Bylla B. Adams, Clerk.



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Wish some smart editor would

figure out and publish how many arm
pounds he has to use per month throw throwing
ing throwing propergander into the waste basket.

As typewriters increase in number,
the quality of handwriting becomes
worse. A large number of men never
write anything but their signatures,
and they are almost illegible.
The Orlando Reporter-Star jumps
ud. cracks its heels toe-ether and

crows: "Orlando is greater today than
the fondest hopes of the optimist of
some years ago. Can you picture it
ten years hence?"
Between the canned editorial fac factories,
tories, factories, the special features at twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five cents a column and the advance
stuff, a good editor can get up a fine
editorial page without writing a line.
But it's derned little influence his pa paper
per paper has.

The Miami Herald says there is "a
nice little row on" between Tampa and
Palatka over where the capital remov removal
al removal conference should be held. The es esteemed
teemed esteemed Herald is wrong; there is no
row of any kind between us; and be besides
sides besides it takes two to a row. Tampa
Tribune.
It seems that the Star isn't the only
paper that finds inaccuracies in the
esteemed Herald.

Banditry is an occupation that
seems to attract an unusual number of
people, all of whom ought to be in
jail. Times-Union.
Well, we are spending millions ev every
ery every year training the young minds up
to it through the banditry movie pic-

what we sow. Inverness Chronicle.
Now, then Friend Hendrix, we have
never yet seen a movie in which the
villain didn't eventually met an aw awful
ful awful fate.

( Discharged by a Wall street bank banking
ing banking house for refusing to write letters
to Congress attacking adjusted com compensation,
pensation, compensation, an ex-service man has turn turned
ed turned to the American Legion at New
York for help in finding another po position.
sition. position. He was one of three out of
250 employed, who refused to sell his

UNCLE HANK

pen. The legion secured his affidavit
stating that typewritten forms were
passed out by the firm to all their
workers with an order that each em employee
ployee employee hand in four unsealed letters,
one to the president and three to con congressmen,
gressmen, congressmen, and the remark that "you
fellows had better write these fetters
tonight if you want to keep your
jobs."

NO STATE DIVISION IN OURS

The Star seems to be some peeved
over a very innocent statement made
by the Herald with reference to capi capital
tal capital removal. From the Star's state statement,
ment, statement, Ocala want the capital, Orlan Orlando
do Orlando wants it, Palatka wants it, and that
fact, it would seem to this paper, in indicates
dicates indicates that factionalism is already
entering into the movement to re remove
move remove the capital, and will defeat it.
The Ocala paper makes a prophecy
as to the course the Herald will take
in the matter, showing that its editor
must be a seventh son of a seventh
son, when it comes to foretelling
events, especially as the Herald never
has been an advocate for capital re removal
moval removal and has repeatedly given its
views on the subject.
Of course, the Star loses its bet
when it wagers against the fairness
of the Herald, and it would lose again
if anybody bet on the Star's fairness
or truthfulness when it states that
the position of the Herald is dictated
by the wishes of the East Coast Rail Railway.
way. Railway. The Star seems to know what
the desires of the East Coast railway
are as to capital removal. The Herald
doesn't and it doesn't believe that that
organization cares a picayune where
the capital is located.
The Herald's only interest in the
capital removal, proposition is the
hope that the agitation will finally
lead out into that larger question of
state division. Miami Herald.
The Star acknowledges losing its
bet, and authorizes Mr. Shutts to buy
the drinks (coca-cola, only, as we are
a prohibitionist, also poverty-stricken)
for his force, and send us the bill. The
reason why the Herald has fooled us
is because it has made several twisted
remarks about the Star before, and
has ignored requests for correction.
We are glad to see it is reforming.
We regret to see that the Herald's
only interest in the capital removal
proposition is state division. The Star
doesn't favor state division. The Star
that the division of the state would be
a great disaster. West Florida, or
even West and North Florida, are not
big and strong enough for a separate
state, and peninsular Florida can't
spare one or both of them. Sentiment
and interest both demand that we
stay together. We may wrestle with
each other in prayer and swear, but
together we must stay.

city will have a big- delegation at the garchy consult the dictionary for its

coming meeting and they should get meaning, and then consult your own

The Senate having adopted a reso resolution
lution resolution that the statue of General E.
Kirby Smith presented by the state of
Florida about four years ago, be ac

cepted, the House having previously
acted favorably on the matter, this
situation now is happily ended from a

legislative viewpoint. Senator Fletcher

made a motion in the Senate for the
adoption of the resolution and his

motion being adopted without opposi

tion, the statue takes its place with
that of other distinguished men in the
statuary hall in the capitol.

The Tampa Times makes the follow

ing practical proposition: "The mem

bers from south and central Florida

should adopt the tactics employed by

the representatives of the agricultural
interests in Congress recently. They

should declare at the opening session
that no legislation of any character

shall pass until a fair reapportionment

bill is drafted and put through both

houses and signed by the governor."
A dairyman who will dilute the
milk he sells and make no reduction in
price for the watered stuff would pick
your pocket or rob a bank, if he
thought he could get away with it
without being caught. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Come over to Ocala sister; no such
dairymen cumber our portion of the
earth.

The St. Petersburg Independent an announces
nounces announces the hospitality of its city as
follows: "How about inviting the
American Legion to hold its next state
convention in St. Petersburg? This

Some fellers get Just enough mile mileage
age mileage out of a gallon of whisky to carry
them to th' police station.

E. A. STROUT
Farm Agency
Thorn & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, City Property
and Unimproved Land for Sale

OFFICE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 282 OCALA, FLA.

busy.'

THE STATE MUST LIVE

experience, as the best proof of the
facts. Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.
March 2nd, 1922.

XVIII ;
During the last twenty years the
wishes of a majority of the voters of I
our state on any political policy have I
never been given even the semblance
of an opportunity to influence in ad- 1

vance the enactment of any of those j business.

policies which are now refected in the f. B. Beckham and little daughter

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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star, March 7, 1902)
C. E. Herrick of Crystal River

spent the day in Ocala, transacting

laws under which we live.
This is oligarchy, and it smells no
sweeter under the unctious name of
primary. "Liberty, what crimes are
committed in thy name!"
If this is the necessary result of
our primary system its illusions have
now vanished in the noon day of ex experience,
perience, experience, as do the mirages of the
desert when the sun is in his glory.
We can grope and we can group in
abortive protests in a local way. So
those have done who weltered under
the oppression of every despot of
which history tells.
The tyrants of the past have ever
stood in fear of the assembling of
their people to give expression and
direction to mass political action; well
knowing that without this local pro protests
tests protests avail .little.
When I was young, from fifty to one
hundred and fifty men, each selected
by his neighbors who knew him best,
assembled every two years in evxery
county site in the nation and there
drafted a political chart to express
the wishes of those who called them themselves
selves themselves democrats. Thus, since the
days of Andrew Jackson, whatever of
good, or of bad, was done under the
name of democracy was sanctioned by
the people themselves, for each county
convention promulgated its platform
and sent it to a state convention.
These state conventions were com composed
posed composed of from two hundred to two
thousand men, representing the best
political intelligence -each state pos possessed,
sessed, possessed, and it summed up the views of
a majority on state antT national is issues.
sues. issues. In those by-gone days vent was
given to free-for-all expressions of
political unrest, in soap-box oratory
and in local conventions; the capacity
of men for politics and debate was
developed to a truly amazing degree.
Their corners were freely knocked off
by their fellows; but if any man in
the remotest part of any state- was
possessed of an idea which rang with
truth, or which portended good for his
people, he could give it untrammcled
expression and had an opportunity to
transmit it into action in a state, or
national, way without marring his
freedom of speech by becoming a can candidate
didate candidate for office.
These state conventions, so com composed,
posed, composed, declared the views of a ma majority
jority majority of their people on national
questions and sent delegates to a na national
tional national convention where a platform

was prepared from the composite

views of all democrats who lived be

tween the day of Jackson and the
year 1900.

But during about twenty years past

the citizens of Florida have left their

governors and lawmakers wholly to
drift in the currents of private influ influence
ence influence and private views; while each

voter goes, blindfolded as it were, to
cast his mute and purposeless ballot

for twelve unknown names of those
whose ideas are wholly unknown to

him; those twelve men sit in a nation national
al national convention every four years to

speak their private opinions, as being
the views of near a million people, for

whom, thus stifled and gagged, na

tional policies are fixed, and the vast
machinery of democracy is set in mo motion
tion motion to grind under its wheels all who

may oppose.

Thus disinterested patriotic polit political
ical political action is put at a discount, and
many gems of political thought may
melt away like pearls in the cup of an
Egyptian queen.
This is the heydey for the trimmer
and the Halifax, the quack and the
mountebank and for him who is all
things to all men.
In practical results this is oligar oligarchy;
chy; oligarchy; only tempered, in the main, by
rulers whom we may choose as being
jolly good fellows, or whose intellect,
being inadequate to cope with oppos opposing
ing opposing ideas, find political strength by
having no ideas of their own; thus the
negative virtues exempt them from
the deadly shafts of small cults and
factions, which will carry any politi political
cal political Goliath to his doom, unless he. be
supported by binding party action ex expressed
pressed expressed in a platform.
If you think I misuse the word, oli-

I Nellie, returned today to Newberry.

W. D. Taylor, who has a splendid
position with a Birmingham coal com company,
pany, company, is spending some timein town
with his mother.
Mr. Ed Nelson moved his family
from Inverness today to Ocala, where
they will reside. Mr. Nelson is con connected
nected connected with Mr. Pearson in the phos phosphate
phate phosphate business and we are glad to wel welcome
come welcome him and his estimable family to
the city.
Mrs. M. Handelsman left today for
Nek York to buy her spring stock for
the Boston Store.
Mr. Whetstone has put a soda foun fountain
tain fountain in his grocery store.
Banker J. M. Barco is spending a
few days on his farm at Cotton Plant.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star March 7, 1912)
Mr. Lanier Robertson will build a
pretty seven-room cottage on his lot
between his residence and that of
Major Izlar. Mr. W. C. Blanchard has
the contract.
Mr. J. B. Cappleman presented this
office with some of the prettiest let lettuce
tuce lettuce we have ever seen. The heads
looks like cabbage heads, they were
so perfect.
P. H. Gillen of the Star went to the
new county seat of Sumter county to today
day today to set up Mr. Sid Graham's press.
He is having the Sumter County
Times plant moved to that place.
Mrs. Annie Condon and daughter,
Miss Florida Condon and Mrs. Mary
Thompson left today for a visit with
friends in Jacksonville.

JT A

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,the outstanding feature
that makes this battery"
outlive its written
guarantee of 1 jrearS

STORAGE BATTERY
BLALOCK BROTHERS
VULCANIZING
Phone 78 Cor. Oklawaha and Main

C. V. ROBERTS & CO.
For the next ten days we will make
you a special price on a 50-lb., roll
edge, imperial stitch felt mattress,
"The Pride of Florida." 6-6t

4 SERVICE TRY
PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE

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Plumbing & Electric Contractor
WILLIAM NEEDHAM
Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Lor. Oklawaha and Orange

I Make a Specialty of ;
Income Tax Reports
For Farmers, Merchants and
Professional Men
C. CECIL BRYANT
Room 23, Holder Block
OCA.LA, FLA.

Such is the response of the down-and-outer when approached by the
advertising solicitor of the newspaper.
When pushed further the non-advertising merchant usually pretends
that he can sell cheaper because he does not have to pay advertising
bills.
Every now and then one of these down-and-outers listens to the argu-
ments of the advertising solicitor, puts on a trial campaign, gets satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory results, and becomes a reguar growing concern.
If the down-and-outer would only take the trouble to study' the story of
the success of the advertising retailers in their own town they would
quickly get into the game and do more business.
The store which has won success through advertising would as soon
consider the possibility of discontinuing to advertise as to try to do
business without clerks.
Advertising is not an expense, but a stimulus to sales, paid for by the
consumer.

Star Publishing Co.
Publishers of Daily and Weekly Star

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OCA LA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1322

Needbam Motor Co.
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252

NOTICE
Pink Wright, indicted and convicted
for the larceny of a domestic animal
at the fall term of the circuit court
1919, will apply to the board of par pardons
dons pardons at its next meeting to be held in
Tallahassee March 14th, 1922, for a
conditional pardon.
3-2-10t Pink Wright.
HERE IT IS!
Just what you have been looking
for! A good ice to keep your perish perishable
able perishable articles. It possesses lasting
qualities and at the same time is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely pure, so it can be used for all
household purposes.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
0CAL4, FLORIDA
"oressencc
is like the breath
of your favorite
flower a delicate,
elusive flower fra fragrance
grance fragrance that lin lingers
gers lingers and lingers.
A drop lasts for
days.
MILADY
BEAUTY
PARLOR
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville S :50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N' York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 :jb
1:60 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm.
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leav Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:83 un
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakelaud 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former loca location
tion location on South Magnolia street, where
were are elegantly fitted up for serv serving
ing serving meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3, up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRE, Prop.
NOTICE, HOG RAISERS
I will ship a carload of hogs next
Wednesday, March 8th, from Ocala.
Anyone wishing to sell hogs, please
communicate with me at once. I will
pay one cent under Jacksonville quo quotations.
tations. quotations. 4-3t W. B .Thorn.
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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

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DOOR
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Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Fill!' Imi.Hu-
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
i stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
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DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows and
mill work and will save you
enough to make the effort worth
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SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote 'you
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your time in preparing
bakings that contain
l expensive ingredients
I and be disappointed
I whenyou take them out
J of the oven. Use
(CALUMET
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but because it is absolutely
the most dependable and eco economical
nomical economical of all leaveners.
When you employ Calu Calumet
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that your bakings will raise
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powder use Calumet, the
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US
A pound can of Calumet contains fall
1 6 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you set a pound when you want it.
Fresh meats and poultry.
Street Market. Phone 10S.
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"MOVING DAY" NO PROBLEM

Nomads of New Chile Simply Gather
Up Their Houses and Utensils
and Strike Trail.
There is not an encampment more
picturesque than one of the nomads
of New Chile, as the Chileans call
their southern territory. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding the Patagonian winter is
rough and cold, with heavy rains, the
Tehuelches prefer to remain in their
toldos or skin tents that are like a
half-hoop In shape. They group their
toldos around that of the head tribes tribesman,
man, tribesman, together with their Innumerable
dogs and fowls and horses ; and aa
quickly strike camp as pitch it.
At a word from the chief there is
bustle everywhere. The young men
and boys lasso and bring up the
horses, .-md the women, who are well
treated, place on their barks the bol bolsters
sters bolsters of reeds, tied with hides and the
skin ponchos and blankets, forming
the saddles.
Others strap their belts on. get pots
and pans, etc. together, or put their
babies into wicker-work cradles; some
of them rolling up the skins forming
the covering of the toldos, and tying
them and the tent poles on the bag baggage
gage baggage horses.
Meantime the men collect their
herds of horses and fill the water
skins, which are carried on the march.
The women mount astride of their
bolster saddjes, their babies and pet
dogs are hoisted up behind ; then they
take their baggage horses in tow and
set ofT in single file, the men driving
the spare horses.
CLEVER SCHEME DIDN'T WORK
Most Wives Will Be of Opinion That
Old Meane Well Deserved
to Get "Stung."
Old Meane felt very annoyed be because
cause because his wife wanted him to take her
to the theater. She was always want wanting
ing wanting to go to the theater. Why couldn't
she be contented with the pictures?
For 40 cents at the picture show
you could get just as good a show and
a better seat .than you paid $2 or $3
for at the theater.
Thus he mused as he wended his
way along to get the tickets for his
wife. But on his road he passed a pic picture
ture picture theater and then stopped for a
moment to look at the bill.
Then an idea struck him. He would
tell his wife all the theater tickets had
been sold and bring her to the pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Mrs. Meane swallowed the yarn, and
later that evening they could both have
been found in the 40-cent seats of the
movie. They watched the big picture
through, and Meane was just about to
rise to go out when the fashion pic pictures
tures pictures were thrown on the screen.
The first picture was a positive
dream of a hat.
"How perfectly lovely!" sighed Mrs.
Menne. "That reminds me, Henry
dear, I tieed a new hat." And she rose
to go out, adding :"Hurry up, I'll Just
be In time before the stores close !"
The hat cost but Henry wished
he had taken her to ten theater shows.
Real Household Economy.
Speaking of household economies,
it is always a question of just what
an economy is. Some people save one
way and some another. What to one
family seems an extravagance to an another
other another appears as a necessity. One
person's way of saving strikes the
next as foolish. So It goes.
There is one woman in this city
who saves by lighting used matches
from the gas stove flame, and using
them to light additional burners,' In Instead
stead Instead of using a new match for every
burner.
One would imagine that a person
might save as much as $1 a year by
this procedure. Perhaps In a lifetime
the saving might amount to J$10. And
yet. if some noted financiers are to be
believed, this is the very way to save
money and arrive at affluence.
Success by such methods, however,
would seem to depend largely upon
the thoroughness with which the idea
is applied to many matters. Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Thought Gas Was Spirit.
Although discovered early In the
Seventeenth century, gas was never
put into practical use to any large ex extent
tent extent until a little more than a century
ago. In fact, its very name indicated
the superstition which surrounded it
In the early days.
It was Van Helmont, a Belgian
chemist, who In the course of some
experiments discovered that coal
yielded up "a wild spirit" for a form
so phantom-like and elusive that he
named it "geist" (the German for
spirit).
Thus at Its very christening gas was
enshrined in a veil of mystery that
for nearly two centuries obscured it
because it carried the suggestion of
intangibility to the superficial mind.
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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

WHY THEY ARE NOT MARRIED

Reasons Given by Seven Bachelor
for Refusing to Enter the
"Bonds of Matrimony."
Seven bachelors, each of whom would
be considered an excellent "catch" by
mothers with marriageable daughters,
tell In the Delineator why they have
refused to wed the modern girl. Aa a
whole, they think she would be a fail failure
ure failure as a wife. More specifically:
NO. 1 Age twenty-six, good-looking
and earning $8,000 a year; says she
Is "too easy." Hence he will con continue
tinue continue in single blessedness.
No. 2 Twenty-nine years of age,
with a salary of $35,000; thinks the
present-day young woman Is "looking
for a good thing" and doesn't Intend
to be "it."
No. 3 With an income of $7,500.
this bachelor insists the girl of today
has no reticence and lives only for a
good time. He Is thirty.
No. 4 This one is forty, with $35. $35.-000
000 $35.-000 a year. "Tliey demand too much,"
he asserts, "and possess Intellects be below
low below those of average men."
No. 5 "They are selfish, superficial
and conceited, Is the opinion of this
bachelor, who Is an advertising sales salesman,
man, salesman, well able to support a wife.
No. 6 This one accuses the flapper,
and even her older sister, of "Insati "Insatiable
able "Insatiable romanticism," and walls that a
man to meet her demands must pos possess
sess possess every virtue.
No. 7 He Is thirty and has kept
from the marriage altar because
"there is something a little ridiculous
about any woman".
READING MATTER ON BUSSES
Old English Custom Had to Be Aban Abandoned
doned Abandoned on Account of Dishonesty
of the Public.
It Is being suggested that every
long-distance railway train should car carry
ry carry a library for the use of travelers.
More than one hundred years ago.
when omnibuses firpt began to run in J
London, travelers were furnished, not
only with newspapers and magazines, :
but with books. Each bus had a little
bookcase filled with books by well well-known
known well-known authors.
As new books were expensive in
those days the thoughtfulness of the
bus-owners was appreciated. It Is
said that people used to ride to some
outlying suburb and back simply for
the purpose of being able to read a
book in the omnibus library.
Unfortunately, while the public ap appreciated
preciated appreciated the boon, there were some
mean travelers who stole the books,
until, at last, the proprietors were
oblfged to announce that, in conse consequence
quence consequence of repeated thefts, the libraries
would he discontinued.
Joke Was on Angler.
"Ah," said Tomklns to the ardent
fisherman, "you've t a bite at last!"
"1 5 should think I have," said the
fisherman In an English stream, "and
by the way. It's pulling it must be a
big bream.
"How do you know what kind of a
fish It is?" asked Tomklns, with inter interest.
est. interest. "Oh, easily! A matter of experi experience."
ence." experience." answered the angler, as he com commenced
menced commenced to haul In his line. "Of course,
the likes o' you couldn't be expected
to know, but I can tell what kind o'
fish it Is by the way It bites. The eel
makes little perks at your bait, and
then swims away with the line; the
pike sucks. at your bait, and you can
'ardly feel Mm pull."
"Very interesting." said Tomklns.
"And how does the bream bite?"
"Oh. he sort o' fools about a lot, and
then suddenly pulls and swims down
stream. I never makes a mistake. Ah,
'ere 'e comes!" and the fisherman's
catch rose to the surface.
It was an old shoe!
Chrysanthemums.
When the chrysanthemums appear
In the London streets one knows that
autumn has arrived. Perhaps no 'flow 'flower
er 'flower of all the seasons harmonizes more
completely with the time f year. The
flowerheads have a shaggy beauty that
seems touched with the wild west
wind. They are of almost every color,
except blue; white, yellow, pale and
deep red. purple, brown and gold.
But the rich bronze tones remind us
most forcibly of the autumn. They
are at one with the myriad tints of
the trees and hedges throughout the
countryside. Chrysanthemums are na native
tive native to almost all countries except
Australia, and that continent can 111
afford to do without them. They come
on the London streets when they have
no rivals, thus still further endearing
themselves to the flower lover. They
bring the golden harvest of the year
to a close with a glory that carries
one most cheerfully past the first dark darkening
ening darkening days of winter with a promise
of daffodils in the spring.
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OCALA OCCURREIICES

tf you have any local or society
items for the Star, call fivene.
Mrs. Edmund Martin will be hos hostess
tess hostess tonight to the A Club.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
'The Pride of Florida" felt mat mattress.
tress. mattress. C. V. Roberts & Co. 6-6t

Lard is adpncing but for a few
days we will sell a 6-lb. can of Crisco
for $1.05 at the U-Serve Stores. 7-3t

Mrs. Albert Harriss, who has been
quite sick for the past few days, is
now convalescent.

Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
"Chiropractic" removes the cause
of all physical ailments and restores
one to perfect health. Others are be be-in
in be-in gcured, why not you Dr. Kip Kip-linger,
linger, Kip-linger, Ocala House. 3-6t

Mr. F. E. Denton, a clever young
man from Knoxville, is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bowdin..

You can get the original Pet Milk
at the U-Serve Stores. Family size
12c, baby size 6c. 28-6t
Lard is advancing but for a few
days we will sell a 6-lb. can of Crisco
for $1.05 at the U-Serve Stores. 7-3t

Plant food 25 cents a package. Just
the thine for pot plants and small

gardens. Bitting & Phillips. 25-6t

Mr. C. A. Tremere, the Belleview

merchant, was a business visitor to

Ocala today.

There is other good bread, but

FEDERAL BREAD is the best. You
'want the best, so buy Federal. 17-tf

THU GIRL SCOUTS

Last night at the Business and
Professional Woman's Club the Girl

Scouts became an organization in

Ocala with thirty-three members. The
following were elected officers of the
new organization: Nell Wallis, presi

dent; Marian Meffert, secretary; Mary

Caroline Logan, treasurer, and Miss
Sara Dehon, captain. Monday night
of each week will be the regular meet meeting
ing meeting night, at 8 o'clock, at the B. and
P. W. C. rooms. The Girls Scouts and
their work are similar to the Boy
Scouts, who are so well known in
Ocala. Both of these are excellent
organizations and should be encour encouraged
aged encouraged in every way.
Miss Margaret Taylor and Miss
Eastman have been active in this work
and it was through their efforts that
the Girl Scouts of Ocala came into
being and to them it is gratifying
that at the initial meeting there were
so many interested members.
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MONEY RAISING SALE
Starts Thursday, March 9th. Get
big four-page circular. B. Goldmah,
Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia. tf
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6-lb. can Crisco for $1.05 at the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve Stores. 7-3t

MEETING OF THE PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

The Court Pharmacy has an ar arrangement
rangement arrangement whereby its customers can
get a genuine GUARANTEED Se Se-bring
bring Se-bring dinner set for $5.98. Ask about
the plan. Pb .ne 284. 24-tf
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge, formerly of
Ocala, now one of Miami's most pros prosperous
perous prosperous painters, is in the city, greet greeting
ing greeting old friends.
You can get the original Pet Milk
at the U-Serve Stores. Family size
12c, baby size 6c. 28-6t

The regular meeting 6f the Parent Parent-Teachers
Teachers Parent-Teachers Association will be held
Thursday afternoon, 4:15 o'clock, at
the high school building. Following
is the program:
Patriotic songs by primary school
children.
Business.
Address by Rev. C. F. Benjamin.
Friends and members are urged to
attend the meeting. Secretary.

MONEY RAISING SALE

Furniture and ladies' ready-to-wear.
Starts Thursday March 9th. B. Gold Goldman.
man. Goldman. Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf

Lard is advancing but for a few
days we will sell a' 6-lb. can of Crisco
for $1.05 "t the U-Servp Stores; 7-3t

MONEY RAISING SALE
Starts Thursday, March 9th. B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf

Mrs. E. J. Redding, who over a week
ago stuck a nail in her foot and has
been confined to the house ever since,
is now slowly improving, which will
be good news to her many friends.

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED

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"The Pride of Florida" felt mat mattress.
tress. mattress. C. V. Roberts & Co. 6-6t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Buy the best bread and rolls. They
cost no more than the "just as good"
kind. They're made a't the Federal
Bakery. 17-tf

Phone 108 and get the best meat
?nd the quickest delivery service in
:own. Main Street Market. 4-tf

It's true economy to use the best
bread, rolls, pies and cakes, and they
are all made fresh every day at the
Federal Bakery. 17-tf

Thursday (only) we will sell 100-lb.
sack of hen feed for $2.25 at the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve Stores. 7-2t

Mrs. Jake Goldman, who has been
quite ill for some weeks, is somewhat
better today.

Askthe Court Pharmacy how to get

a 42-piece dinner set for $5.98. 24-tf
Dinner set $5.98 at Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ask about it. 24-tf

You can get the original Pet Milk

at the U-Serve Stores. Family size

12c, baby size 6c. 28-6t

Mr. John Parker of Cotton Plant
was in town today, to see his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Mary, who is under treat treatment
ment treatment at the hospital.

6-lb. can Crisco for $1.05 at the U-

Serve Stores. 7-3t

Your wants in fresh meats and

groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 108. Main Street

Market. tf

Mrs. J. W. Dumas and Mrs. Philip
Murphy, accompanied by Mrs. Charles
Dumas expect to leave the first of
next week for West Palm Beach,
where 'the two first named will be in

attendance upon the American Legion
reunion as auxiliary delegates.

MONEY RAISING SALE
Starts Thursday, March 9th. B. Gold

man, Cor. it. King and Magnolia, ti

Mr. Louis P. Wilson, formerly with
the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank, now with his family making his
home in Barnwell, S. C, is in the city,
renewing former acquaintances. It
is reported that the Wilsons may
again make Ocala their home, and
they are assured a hearty welcome if
they do.

Thursday we will sell 15 pounds of

Irish potatoes for 49c. One day only

1 at the four U-Serve Stores. 28-2t

You can get a genuine Sebring
china dinner set for $5.98. Ask about
it at the Court Pharmacy. 24-tf

One-ton Ford truck for sale, $250
spot cash. B. F. Condon. 27-6t

Mrs. Harry Borland has returned
from St. Petersburg, where she ac accompanied
companied accompanied her mother, Mrs. Perry
last week. Mrs. Perry will remain for
another week.

Mr. H. D. Stokes of the Ocala Na

tional Bank returned today from a

visit to Washington, D. C, .where he

has been on a visit to his brother who,

the Star reerets to say, is very ill.

State Treasurer Luning was in the I Our sausage is always fresh as we

city yesterday and paid a visit to the j make it up daily.

industrial school.

Thursday (only) we will sell 100-lb.
sack of hen feed for $2.25 at the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve Stores. 7-2t

ket. Phone 108.

Main Street Mar-tf

Nearly all confectioners, grocers
and druggists in Ocala sell Cocoanut
Roll. 2Z-2t

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

Quality is the watchowrd at the

Federal Bakery, where the best cakes

are always to be had FRESH. 17-tf

mat

You are Cordially Invited to Attend Oar
Spiring Tailoring Opening
of Distinctive Fashions and Exclusive Woolens
displayed by
Kahn Tailoring Company
of Indianapolis
Wednesday and Thursday
March 8th and 9th
E. T. Helvenston
Ocala, Florida.
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed
BY MR. T. R. LAUTERBACH, FORMERLY OF ISAAC HAMBURGER
AND SONS

OXFORD

Oxford, March 7. The farmers of

this section are busily engaged in the
cultivation of their young plants,

planting-seeds and gathering cab cabbages.
bages. cabbages. Unfortunately they are not re receiving
ceiving receiving very fancy prices for their
cabbages but they expect to make up

for all their losses on their other truck

crops which will be coming off later.

Preparations are being made for the

coming of the RadclifFe Chautauqua,

which will be here on March 14, 15 and

16, and everyone expects a joyous

time on those three days.

The seventh, eighth and ninth

grades of the Oxford high school en

joyed a most delightful picnic dinner

on Lake Miona last Saturday.

Approximately seventy-five Oxford

people attended the Chautauqua at

Fruitland Park Saturday night, and

they report a most delightful pro

gram, full of eduaction- and amuse amusement.
ment. amusement.
C. W. Fore, president of the well well-known
known well-known Fore Chemical Company, is
daily enlarging his business so as to
keep pace with the steadily increas increasing
ing increasing number of sales of his new Fore
Tobacco Remedy.
Miss Sallie Ledbetter, who has been
attending the Kissimmee high school,
is now at home with her parents.
Uncle Billy Jones, who unfortunate unfortunately
ly unfortunately and mysteriously lost his voice a
few days ago, is slowly regaining the
use of same and it is the sincere hope
of his host of friends that he will
soon be able to use it in the usual
manner.
Miss Lou Willie Hendrix of Inver Inverness
ness Inverness is now an employee of the Fonfc
Chemical Company.
Mr. Ralph Griggs has recently pur purchased
chased purchased an International speed wagon,
which he expects to use in the trans

portation of his immense truck crop.

Mrs. W. T. Gary entertained Satur
day at a delightful luncheon at her
country home, Halycon Terrace, on
Lake Weir, complimenting Mrs. E.
Bauman and her daughter, Dorothy.

The occasion was the formal an

nouncement of the engagement

Miss Dorothy Bauman to Mr. Hart-;
well Carvard Howard of Champaign,!

111. Miss Bauman is the daughter of
Mrs. E. Bauman, formerly of St.
Louis, and the late Seaton J. Bauman,
geologist, who traveled extensively in
India and Africa. Mr. Howard is the
son of Dr. H. C. Howard, pioneer phy physician
sician physician of Champaign, 111., and brother
to Mr. E. M. Howard of Ocala and Dr.
C. P. Howard of Champaign.
The invitations included friends
from Ocala and Leesburg of Mrs. and
Miss Bauman and -Mr. Howard.
A four course luncheon was served.
The table decorations were left in
charge of Miss Bauman, who acquit acquitted
ted acquitted herself very skillfully. Spring Springtime
time Springtime colors were in evidence. Candles
surrounded by violets and shaded by
yellow butterflies offered the illumina illumination.
tion. illumination. Individual relish dishes were
made to represent spring baskets in
which were gayly blooming carved

beets, carrots and red radishes and
stuffed olives posing as violets, but buttercups
tercups buttercups and rose buds, respectively.
Unique gnomes, among the spring
flowers, gave an air of mystification
to the appointments. The elves and
their king and the dwarfs, as personi personification
fication personification of hidden happy powers of

nature, living in sequestered spots,
and supposedly to be kindly, if some somewhat
what somewhat mischievously, disposed towards
earth-born, were the appropriate dec decorative
orative decorative feature. The centerpiece, hid hidden
den hidden among a profusion of ferns and
spring blossoms, was a gnome model modeled
ed modeled by Miss Bauman and confirmed her
talent along this art. At each plate
were painted place cards representing
a dwarf reading with radiant express

ion the name to the owner of which
he was to deliver the well-tied and
mysteriously red-sealed nut which he
dragged with him. The courses were
served by the dainty daughters of
Mrs. Gary, Maude and Frances, and
Fanita Cobb.
After the last course, when curios curiosity
ity curiosity has reached its highest pitch as to

the meaning of the nuts, Mrs. Gary

requested her guests to gratify their

desire and investigate the contents.

Small candied hearts and a tiny seal

ed envelope within finally bore the
message of Miss Bauman's engage engagement
ment engagement to Mr. Howard. The butterflies
fluttered their enjoyment of the com complete
plete complete surprise to all and the little
elves rocked to and fro in their mer

riment over the sensation their news

had created. ..

The honoree was the recipient of

several toasts and was showeded by

the best wishes of the entire company
and her friends all rejoice that her
marriage will not mean an entire loss

to them as although her summer

home will be at Champaign, 111., her

winters will be sepnt in Florida.
Besides the honoree and her mother,
Mrs. Bauman and aunt, Miss Schmidt,
those invited to enjoy Mrs. Gary's
hospitality were Mrs. E. M. Howard,
Mrs. Mayfield of Champaign, 111., Mrs.
George Ford of Jacksonville, Mrs. S.
T. Sistrunk, Mrs". E. T. Helvenston,
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Miss Byrd Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. A. C.
Cobb, Mrs. G..W. Martin, Mrs. W. D.

Tompkins, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, Mrs.
T. E. Bridges, Mrs. Sydney Haile,
Mrs. T. P. Drake and the following
ladies from Leesburg, Mrs. B. C. La Lanier,
nier, Lanier, Mrs. S. B. Crenshaw, Mrs. L. M.
Johnson, Mrs. Clyde Brady, Mrs. J.
A. Hanson, Miss Alice Wilson, Mrs.
Lanier Stewart, Miss Emma Williams
and Mrs. C. B. Gamble.

GEO. MacKAY Funeral Directors
TothePubUc:
The undertaking Parlors of Geo. MacKay will
be temporately located in their ware house until
permanent quarters can be arranged.
G. B. OVERTON
. Funeral Director

TRANSFER
AND
SntSTORAGE
STAGS LINE

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc

WHITE

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MOVS. PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE. ETC

LONG DISTANCE MOVING.:
Phone 296 j

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The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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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
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor

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Critical Diners
have found this restaurant an ideal
place at which to eat. Service and
surroundings are perfect and you
have only to taste our viands to know
they are exquisite. Ston in and have
dinner with us and judge for your yourself.
self. yourself. Everything the best at
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
. Inspector

hours a day. Call 542 or see Mr.
F. E. Denton at the Ocala Seed &
Supply Co., Broadway in Ocala
House block. Can furnish best of
references. 7-3t

have you to offer?
Star office.

R.

C. W., care
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OCALA, FLA. Six-room cottage,
garage, etc.; shady corner lot 110
x 110. Will sell at a bargain, $200
down, balance $20 monthly; no in interest
terest interest required. Address, Route 4,
Box 235, Jacksonville, Fla. 7-8t
SALESMAN WANTED To cover
territory selling dealers. Guaran Guaranteed
teed Guaranteed salary of $100 a week for right
man. The Commercial Radium Co.,
Fifth Ave. Building, New York. 6t

WANT TO RENT Furnished cottage
or apartment close in. Modern.
Must be reasonable. Apply to R.
M. P., care Star. 7-3t

ANNOUNCEMENT

CRACKER LUNCH ROOM

Closes at 10:30 p. m. every evening
except Saturday and Sunday. Closes
12 p. m. Saturday and Sunday. Dont
forget where to get your eals. No. 417
North Magnolia street.
16-tf Mrs. J. L. Lawrence.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

George MacKay & Company will
continue business in the warehouses
directly behind the ruins of their
store until the new buildings are
erected.
Continuance of our customers' pat patronage
ronage patronage is solicited and will be appre appreciated,
ciated, appreciated, with the assurance that we
are doing everything humanly pos possible
sible possible to add to the stock saved and
now in our warehouses, in order that
orders will be filled as promptly as
possible.
George MacKay & Company,
2-2 1-u Ocala, Fla,

FOR SALE Typewriter and roll top
desk; Pathe machine and thirty-two
records. A bargain for cash. Apply
R. Ragsdale. 7-3t
WANTED Clean cotton rags. No
sewing room scraps. Five cents a
pound at Star office.

FOR SALE CHEAP Nice residence
on Pond street, five rooms, bath -and
sleeping porch, electricity and
all modern conveniences; $1200 cash
will handle it. Call at 412 North
Pond street. 28-3t
PLANTS FOR SALE Livingston
Globe tomatoes 25c. per 100; $1.75
per 1000; Ruby King peppers, 50c
per 100, $3 per 1000. C. H. Coonerg
746 Wyomina St., Ocala, Fla., phone

389. 27-12t

FOR SALE Cheap, a piano. Apply

at 120 N. Sanchez St. 22-tf
FOR SALE Nice little five room
house, close to school, good neigh neighborhood;
borhood; neighborhood; garage and chicken house.
Price right. S S. Savage Jr. 24-1 Ot

o-ii:&c The better you care for
-IjSVyour eyes the better
o ,'your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

MR. BUSINESS MAN If you feel
that your business does not require
the services of a bookkeeper the en entire
tire entire day, let me figure with rou to
keep them in accurate shape, a few

FOR RENT Light housekeeping

rooms, two or three; two at $3.50
per week. Also two nice bedrooms
reasonable. Apply 34 N. Sanchez,
or call Star office. 2-6t
FOR SALE At an attractive price,
six-room house, bath, lights, gas,
sewerage, garage, large lot, in ex excellent
cellent excellent neighborhood, located at 622
E. Adams street. For information
see G. C. Pasteur, Ocala. 2-6t
WANTED Live, life insurance pro promoters
moters promoters and solicitors wanted; ladies
or gentlemen in every locality in

Marion and adjoining counties; past
experience unnecessary; must be at
live wire and have confidence in

your own ability to do thing3. Open

FOR SALE Six pair of three and
four-year-old mules, broke to farm
work; sound and in good condition;
weight 2000 lbs. to pair; raised on
farm. Several good saddle or woods
horses. Dairy cows always for sale.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. lOt

FOR RENT On Orange avenue,
two miles south of Ocala, 40-acre
farm. J. T. Nelson, 211 N. Main
St., Ocala, Fla. 14-tf

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Insurance

INSURANCE GUY

a business for yourself. All the
capital required is honesty, sincer sincerity
ity sincerity and brains. With other business,
part time, whole time, ddress
Box 413, Ocala', Fla. ?-6t

the

L T. IZLAR AGENCY

stands for

ROOMS TO RENT For light house-

keeping. Apply at 304 Osceola
street. l-3t
WANTED A tent 7x7 or 7x9. What i

! CHEERFUL INSURANCE SERVICE

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