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WEATHER FORECAST Mostlj cloudy tonight and Wednesday probably shower Wednesday and in extreme north portion tonight. TEMPERATURES This morning, 63; this afternoon, 88.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:20; Sets, 6:45. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 74
CLOSING THE CHPER OF
COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN
ESS Oil DIXIE
TOOK TANGLES OUT
OE THE TREATY
ASSEMBLE CARS TO
MOVE Oil ORLANDO
Ull HOPES FOR
Two Hnndred and Foarfeen Dave Enlisted and It is Doped to
Largely Increase That Number
As the result of a well attended
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
last night arrangements have been
perfected for the completion this week
of the membership campaign. Com Committees
mittees Committees are today completing the
work in Ocala and are expected to
make a final report at five o'clock.
Committees from Ocala will also visit
the various communities in the coun county
ty county between now and Friday, making a
final report by Friday night.
The committees working in Ocala
today are: Ward 1 and public square,
John L. Edwards and Mack Taylor;
ward 2, Albert Gerig and Carl Ray;
ward 3, 'Robert MacKay and O. B.
Howse; ward 4, W. T. Gary and A. C.
Cobb. The committees that will visit
the various .committees in the county
are as follows: Dixie Highway north,
C. G. Barnett, L. M.: Murray and K.
C. Moore; Dixie Highway south, W.
M. Wilson, and W. W. Clyatt; Citra
road, George Trylor, S.-S. Savage Jr.
and G. H. Morthland; Dunnellon, A.
C. Cobb, J. H. Therrell and E. S.
Stephens; Blitchton and Martel roads,
Dr. G. C. Sheppard and Capt Edward
Drake; Orange avenue road to Pedro,
John L. Edwards; Moss Bluff, Lynne,
Eureka and Muclan Farms, C. H. Rog Rogers.
ers. Rogers. Committeemen who have done
work" during the membership cam campaign
paign campaign up to date are Mack Taylor,
John H. Taylor, E. E. Dobbs, Rush
H. Todd, A. E. Gerig, C. V. Roberts,
L. H. Pillans, C. C. Simpson, D. B.
Mayo, Robert MacKay, R. V. Ott,
E. C. Jordan, Miss Margaret Taylor,
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs. J. H. Good
and Mrs. P. G. Murphy.
Up until last night 214 members
were signed up, of which 74 are new
members. The amount subscribed up
until last night was $4500. The
amount of the budget is $7715, leav leaving
ing leaving $3215 to be raised.
New members signed up since the
last list was published are: R. B.
Meffert, S. S. Savage Jr., K. C. Moore,
Whittington & Phillips, R. B. Bullock,
R. F. Rogers, Ocala Auto & Garage
Co., Ocala National Bank, H. C. Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, D. V. M., J. R. Brumby Jr., J. G.
Lege, N. L. Williams, L. K. Edwards,
Irvine, H. A. Wartermari, Ray &
Thomson, A. C. Cobb, Robert Munroe,
H. Schroder, Eastlake, F. E. Hemp Hemphill,
hill, Hemphill, Juliette, H. B. Swope Eastlake,
Eastlake Investment Company, the
Chero-Cola Co., B. Goldman, Nelson
& Co., Belleview, Belleview Utilities
Co., Belleview; C. A. Tremere, Belle Belleview,
view, Belleview, Dr. H. C. Dozier, G. H. Morth Morthland.
land. Morthland. AN INVITATION TO MASONS
All Masons are invited to attend
the educational meeting given by
Friendship Lodge No. 53, F. & A. M.,
at St. Johns church, Cotton Plant,
Wednesday evening, March 29th, at
7:30 o'clock. Dr. J. H. Therrell will
make the opening address. All Mas Masons
ons Masons are invited to attend. Those who
have no car will be accommodated by
reporting at the Commercial Bank
corner at 6:30.
WILL BE COMPLETE
IN A FEW MONTHS
MacKay & Company have com
menced work on the reconstruction of
Mrs. J. E. Chace's building, partly
destroyed last month by fire. Mr.
MacKay says there will be consider considerable
able considerable improvements made on the new
building and he hopes to have it com completed
pleted completed in three or four months.
Largest and best line of Bathing
Suits and one-piece swimming suits.
See us before going swimming. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. YMBOD. 6t
Always eat the best bread the way
to get it is to ALWAYS ask for Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Butternut Bread. 25-tf
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
If youH try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that youll be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
ery froc-ery store. 25-tf
IMPROVEMENTS AT THE
Work Progressing on the New Dining
Hall, and the Ground Being
Put in Better Shape
Work on the new dining hall and
kitchen for the industrial school is
going right ahead, and from the
present outlook it will not be many
weeks before Miss Kite and her girls
can cook and eat in much more com comfortable
fortable comfortable surroundings than-they have
had since the school was; established.
MacKay & Company of this city have
made the plana, for the new 'buildings,
which will be commodious, well light lighted
ed lighted and well ventilated, ard roomy
enough to accommodate a much larger
number of persons than are now at
the school. Emerson & Company of
Brooksville have the contract to erect
the building, and their men are work working
ing working like beavers. The dining room is
across the road from the other two
buildings, and a few yards east of the
big live oak tree that is so much ad admired
mired admired by visitors to the school, as
well as being an indispensable com
fort to the scholars.
In addition to this work, Mr. C. S.
Hammatt of Jacksonville, engineer
for the board of state institutions, is
at the school, making some other
much needed improvements. In put putting
ting putting up the second school building,
there was a great error in the archi architect's
tect's architect's plans. The septic tanks in the
vicinity of the building were so badly
arranged that Instead, of carrying off
the refuse they allowed it to seep out
into the ground, "it would have been
only a matter of a shdrt time before
the ground was poisoned, and sickness
would have followed. MacKay &
Company, who put up the building,
informed the board of this deficiency,
which they could not remedy, without
permission from the board. It would
seem that the board would have had
the plans changed at onee, but it did
not, and so there was nothing to do
but put in the defective tanks. How
ever, it is better late than never, and
Mr. Hammatt is directing the work of
correcting this bad drainage, so as to
keep the ground clean and carry the
refuse tfi a big septic tank several
hundred yards from the building.
Mr. Hammatt is also making sev several
eral several improvements in the grounds,
filling up and draining all low places
that hold water during the rains. He
has had the roots of the big and pic picturesque
turesque picturesque live oak south of the school
covered with earth, giving the tree a
better chance to live and grow. He
is also putting in more "electric light
poles and attending to a number of
other details, all for the betterment
of the school buildings and grounds.
Mr. Hammatt is a veteran engineer,
well known to people all over the
state as a skillful and conscientious
worker. He has a force of ten men,
convicts from the state farm. A Star
reporter, watching these men work,
the other afternoon, couldnt help
thinking that if free labor was as
steady and industrious, this would be
a different world this time next year.
The men are working under the' honor
system and have no guards. Mr.
Hammatt tells them what do, and
they go and do it.
CLOSING UNTIL NEW
BUILDING IS COMPLETE
We will close our vulcanizing and
repair shop, now located behind Mr.
Greene's drugstore, until our location
in the Gerig building is remodeled,
which will be about thirty days. We
thank our customers for their patron
age and hope that we will be able to
serve you in the future.
25-3t Ocala Tire'A Vulcanizing Co,
The annual meeting of the Bonita
Fishing Club.'for the election of offl
cers and other business that may
come before it, will be held at the
Temple theater at 8 o'clock p. m..
Tuesday, April 4th, 1922.
March 3, 1922.
ii H, Spencer, President.
Harvey Clark,' Secretary. 23-tf
One lot of Crossett Brogue Shoes
at $5 in dark tan. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y.MB. O. D. 25-6t
Wall paper, spring catalogue, 1922
model, from $2 a room and up.? Ap-
ply 412 North Pond street. 28-St
Motorists Who Will Attend the Cap Capital
ital Capital Removal Meeting in the Phe Phenomenal
nomenal Phenomenal City April 5 Should As Assemble
semble Assemble in Ocala at Eight O'Clock
At a committee meeting held Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon arrangements were
made for the capital removal proces procession
sion procession to leave the court house at eight
o'clock Wednesday morning, April 5.
All cars leaving Ocala are requested
to leave at that time and from that
The procession will be reorganized
at Winter Garden at 11:30 and pro proceed
ceed proceed to Orlando in close forma formation.
tion. formation. All cars leaving Ocala previous
to 8 o'clock Wednesday morning are
urged to join the others in Winter
Garden at 11:30, going from there to
Orlando with the procession.
It's hoped and urged that cars from
the neighboring towns of Citra, Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Orange Lake, ReddTck, Anthony
and Dunnellon, will arrange to be in
Ocala and join the procession at 8
Those going will please notify Mr.
Louis H. Chazal, secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce, who will fur furnish
nish furnish banners for the cars at a nomi nominal
nal nominal cost.
Rev. Gilbert Ottman, rector of the
Ocala Episcopal church for two years,
and since leaving here in 1919 retcor
of a church in Trinidad, Colo., is
dead. This sad news came to Mrs.
Robert T. Adams today in a letter
from Mrs. Ottman.
Mr. Ottman was a man advanced in
years, but of strong mentality, and,
when in Ocala, of rugged physique.
He was in our city during the war,
and was an efficient and zealous help helper
er helper in war work. Not only the mem members
bers members of his own church, but Ocala peo people
ple people generally, saw him leave with re regret'
gret' regret' and will sorrow at the news of
The sincere sympathy of the people
of Ocala is with Mrs. Ottman in her
BOMBS THROWN AND FIRES
BROKE OUT IN BELFAST
Belfast, March 28. (By Associated
.rress). several nres broke out in
different parts of the city this morn
ing. A bomb thrown into a crowd
watching the burning of a factory
wounded three persons.
Mrs. H. C. Nichols was hostess at
her apartment on Fort King last
night, entertaining the "A" club at
its weekly meeting. Auction was en
joyed during the evening and at the
conclusion of the games the hostess
presented Mrs. Edmund Martin and
Mrs. Albert Harriss pretty and ap
propriate remembrances of the eve
ning, a salad course with cream
cheese sandwiches, fruit punch and
cake, was served. Those playing dur
ing the evening were Mrs. Edmund
Martin, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., Mrs.
A. M. Withers, Mrs. Albert Harriss.
Mrs. Grider Perkins and Misses Sallie
Tomlinson, Pearl Ray, Meme Davis,
Lucille Robinson, Eloise Henry, Eliza
beth Davis and Mabel Meffert.
Miss Bessie Haskell and Miss Har
riet Case of New Haven, Conn.; after
spending a week with the Tremeres
at Belleview, leave via Silver Springs
Wednesday morning for Palatka, St.
Augustine and Jacksonville, where
they will take the train for New Ha Haven,
ven, Haven, where they will participate in
the annual dance and reception given
by the Sunshine Club, one of the
fashionable clubs of Westville. Miss
Eleanor Tremere accompanied them
as far as St. Augustine.
Business is doubtless sound, as the
experts say, but the sound is a little
Apaiachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Full line of Fashion Park Clothes
Every suit sold with a guarantee
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M
B.. O. D. 25-6t
Mr. S. R. Johnson, one of our in
dustrious farmers, living between
Sparr and LowelL was in Ocala today.
County Commissioners Advertising
For Bids for Hard-Surfacing
On Fifteen Miles
The county commissioners will open
bids on April 11 for the surfacing of
State Road No. 2 from the Lake
county line to Belleview, a distance
of approximately fifteen miles. The
clearing of the right of way and the
grading of this strength of the road,
which is also the Dixie Highway, is
well under way. The convicts that
have been doing this work, beginning
at the Lake county line, have recently
had their camp moved to a point near
North Lake Weir, and are working
between Lake Weir and North Lake.
Bids for the surfacing will be re
ceived on bituminous macadam, bitu
minous concrete and sheet asnhalt.
aid on concrete or crushed stone base,
also on plain cement concrete pave
ENRIGHT TOOK LID OFF
Sample Instance of the Legal Foolish
ness that Controls New
New York, March 28. Police Com
missioner Enright today lifted the
ban on smoking by women in public
as suddenly as he clamped it down
ast night, when he learned the anti-
smokin gordinance had never been
passed by the board of aldermen or
signed by Mayor Hylan. The clerk er
roneously recorded the ordinance as
TO GET OUT
Buncrana, County Donegal, Ireland,
March 28. (By Associated Press.)
Notices were posted about town today
ordering all Orangemen to leave by
tonight, as a measure of reprisal for
the recent MacMahon murders in Bel
EVIDENCE IN RICKARD
CASE IS ALL IN
New York, March 28. (By Asso
ciated Press). Evidence in the Tex
Rickard rape trial was all in at noon.
The court told the jury he hoped to
give them the case late today after
both sides had summer up.
McWILLIAMS FOR CONGRESS
St. Augustine, March 27. (By the
Associated Press). State Senator W.
A. McWilliams today announced his
candidacy for Congress from the
Fourth Florida district. He will op oppose
pose oppose Congressman E. J. Sears, who,
it is understood, will be a candidate
for re-election. This is the first an
nounced opposition to any of Florida's
delegation in Congress.
Pat Murphy, the well-known and
irrepressible Pat, is in town, collect
ing data for another issue of his use
ful and uptodate "Official Steamship
and Railroad Guide." In regard to the
senatorial race, Pat says it will "be
even money on Trammell and Bryan
when they come to the polls." He be believes,
lieves, believes, however, that Trammell will
Circle No. 3 of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society met Monday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. G. W. Martin. The first half half-hour
hour half-hour was given to Mrs. Littlefield of
Michigan, who has recently returned
from Peking, China, where her daugh
ter and son are engaged in mission missionary
ary missionary work. Her talk was wonderful
and all were sorry that she had to
leave the meeting and go to her train
at four, as she was leaving Ocala.
Some good reports were made by
committees, much business attended
to and plans made for new work. At
the conclusion of the meeting Mrs.
Martin served delicious refreshments
of ice cream and cake.
Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society was entertained yes
terday afternoon by Mrs. M. L. Rey
nolds at her home in Lynwood Park.
Mrs. A. C. Blowers is the efficient
president of this circle and under her
direction the members hare done
splendid work. There was a full at attendance
tendance attendance and an interesting business
meeting was held, after which a social
hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Reynolds,
sisted by Mrs. T. M. McLean
Mrs. Massie, served refreshments.
After a Long and Strenuous Contest,
It is to be Hoped Opposition
Washington, March 28. The Sen
ate finally untangled the parliamen
tary difficulties over the four-power
treaty supplements yesterday by join
ing the two supplementary agree agreements
ments agreements together and then ratifying
them both by unanimous vote.
One of the supplements itself in the
form of a treaty, defines the geogra geographical
phical geographical scope of the four-power pact
so as not to include the Japanese
homeland. The other, attached to the
first by yesterday's action in the form
of a "reservation," stipulates that is
sues which are" purely of a domestic
character cannot be brought before
the four-power "conference.''
The postoffice department is rapidly
completing plana for. decentralization
of much of the routine work of the
department under a system of state
central offices which postal officials
believe will greatly increase the ef
ficiency of the service and save ex expenses.
penses. expenses. BOAT IS TOO SMALL
Slight possibility of federal action
against the skipper of the fishing
boat which Pilot Moore of the Miss
Miami charged disregarded his dis distress
tress distress signals was seen today by offi
cials of the department of commerce's
bureau of navigation. Officials ex
press belief that the fishing boat is
probably of less than 700 tons and
accordingly not under the bureau's
EARTHQUAKE AFAR OFF
A moderate earthquake was regis
tered at the Georgetown University
just before midnight. It was estimat estimated
ed estimated as 4000 miles from Washington.
UNDER THE SUN
Atlantic Coast Line Will Give Sum
mer Tourist Rates to Florida
Orlando, March 27. (By Associat
ed Press). The. Atlantic Coast Line
railroad will offer special tourist fares
to Florida during the summer months,
the reduction to apply to all points in
the state where winter tourists are
lists, it was announced this evening
by W. R. O'Neal, local representative
of the road. Mr. O'Neal made public
telegram he received from execu
tives of the road which stated that
the round trip rate to Florida cities
from northern points would be made
on a basis of the regular two-way
fare. The message said further that
the rew rate would be tendered con
necting roads for basing purposes in
compiling fares to Florida.
TAKING THEIR PROFITS
FROM THE WIRE TAPPERS
Fort Lauderdale, March 27. Fines
Aggregating $20,000 were imposed on
twelve wiretappers by. Circuit Judge
E. C Davis here today after the men
had pled guilty to a specific charge of
attempting to defraud E. C. Peter-
Hne, of Grand Rapids, Mich.
The fines were imposed as follows:
James J. Knox and E. J. Sellers, New
York, $2500 each; Thomas Tracy,
Lexington, Ky., and William Fenton,
Kansas City, $2000 each; Albert Ross,
Detroit, John Ford and John Adams,
Louisville, Ky., Harold Rosen, Lynn,
Mass., William O'Flannagan, Hunt
ington, W. Va., Charles Bowden,
Charlotte, N. C, $1500 each, and
Harold Moore, Portland, Ore., and C
Watson, address refused, $1000 each.
BIG FIRE IN BUFFALO
Buffalo, March 28. (By Associated
Press) Half a million dollar damage
resulted from a fire in the wholesale
district at Elk street market today.
The Becker Prentiss Company is the
The members of Ocala Lodge K. of
P. had an interesting meeting Mon Monday
day Monday night, at which many plans for
the good of the order were discussed.
A letter was received from the Red-
dick lodge, announcing a big meeting
for next Tuesday night, April 4th,
with work in the second rank, and
hopes that all Ocala members will at attend.
tend. attend. An oyster supper, for the bene benefit
fit benefit of the lodge, will be served.
The word BUTTERNUT baked into
your loaf of bread is'X guarantee that
it is the best. -Made only -by Carter's
Eakery-' Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
Ex-President, However, Wisely De Declines
clines Declines to Discuss Current
Chicago, March 28. Woodrow Wil Wilson
son Wilson has declined to discuss current
political issues in response to an in invitation
vitation invitation sent to him to do so by Pal Palmer
mer Palmer Edmunds,' chairman of former
service men's organization of the reg regular
ular regular democratic organization. Mr.
Wilson in reply, however, makes the
declaration that it is his belief "that
we shall very soon indeed wipe away
the ugly record we made in failing to
f ullfiU the objects for which our gal gallant
lant gallant men fought."
PLAYED A MEAN TRICK
ON AUGUST PROBST
New York, March 28. August
Probst, former butler at the Rolling
Rock Club near Pittsburg, who claim claimed
ed claimed he was being railroaded put of the
country on account of a love affair
with Miss Virginia Graigie McKay,
a prominent society girl, was illegally
ordered deported, Federal Judge
Knox ruled today in a decision on
Probst's habeas corpus action. Probst
is being held, however, for further de deportation
portation deportation proceedings.
COAL MINERS MAY HAVE
TROUBLE, IN COLORADO
Denver, March 28. District attor attorneys
neys attorneys in Colorado counties .where there'
are coal mines hare been asked to
start criminal proceedings against all
miners" in their counties who Quit
work without giving thirty days' no
tice as required by state law, accord
ing to a member of the state indus industrial
trial industrial commission. ; . ; .
SEEING THE SIGHTS i
AT MUSCLE SHOALS
Sheffield, March 28. Members of
the Senate agriculture and House
military committee inspecting; gov government
ernment government property at Muscle Shoals,
spent today in a tour of the nitrate
Berlin, March 28. (By Associated
Press). Chancellor Wirth told the
reichstag today the demand of the al allied
lied allied reparations commission for an ad additional
ditional additional tax levy of sixty -... billion
marks, transmitted to the German
government last week, was absolutely
EDITH CAPTURED WITH
MUCH BOOZE ABOARD
Bayville, N. Y., March 28. The
steam yacht Edith,' said to be owned
by Antonio Cassege, a tobacco im importer,
porter, importer, was raided off the coast last
night and liquor valued at $20Q,000
Beized by the sheriff. The vessel, had
been to the Bahamas. Cassese and
the crew of the yacht were arrested.
Editor Star: My first impression
on stepping off the train at your town
of Ocala was a "mud hole" minus
lights to navigate thro' same. First
impressions are always lasting. My
efforts at calling the attention of the
good people of your otherwise fine
and progressive town of Ocala to this
eyesore around the union station may
be ignored. Very truly,
Clearfield, Pa., March 28, (By the
Associated Press ) Fire today, dam damaged
aged damaged the Elk Tanning Comuany's
plant here $300,000. Two hundred
people are thrown out of work.
Future tax receipts issued to the
boys who get the bonus should bear
the portrait of a chicken coming home
We judge by his willingness to be
stung that the accent of the Russian
muhzhik is placed on the "hik."
The fanner could always hold the
balance of power if he had the money
to hold his crops.
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Siftce Frank B. Shutts of the Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald and Gov, Hardee's staff is
a lieutenant-colonel, his name should
be pronounced 'Shoots."
Don't condemn a man because his
eyes are Ted. It may be a bad cold.
Tarpon Springs Leader.
It's -not likely-to be anything else
Secretary Chazal of the Chamber of
Commerce will attend the good roads
meeting, in St. Augustine tomorrow
and .Thursday. Mr. Chazal left on
the Seaboard limited this afternoon.
Says the -r Times-union: "As was
expected Ocala is building better
than ever where recently fire destroy destroyed
ed destroyed prominent business structures.
Even fire cannot stop an enterprising
city from progressing."
Either,. Ocala or Orlando would suit
the people of. this section as the site
of the new capital, or as capital of
the new state of South Florida.
Don't forget Palatka, the "Gem City
of Florida,"- and one of the squarest
towns in the. state.
The Fort Lauderdale Sentinel hands
out this chunk of solid sense: "Tram
mell will be overwhelmingly elected
to succeed himself in the United
States Senate. He needs no platform,
his record shows what he has done; a
platform would only show what he
would promise to do. We prefer the
record of a man; any one can promise
Helen, White. Miss White is one of
the Phosphate City's most popular
and capable young ladies and we feel
confident that. she will give the news
of that thriving city each week to
Star readers. In this connection we
would suggest to the many friends of
our correspondent and the Star that
they assist her in the work she has
undertaken by reporting to her any
event of social or civic news that
would be of interest to the people of
Dunnellon and the thousands of other
readers of the paper.
In a personal letter to the editor of
the Times received this morning, Mr.
Bryan states that he will return to
his home in Miami on the 5th prox.,
and will immediately thereafter an
nounce his decision. Concluding his
letter, Mr. 'Bryan says, "If the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of interest is sufficient to
constitute what I may interpret as a
demand, I shall enter the race and
visit -all the counties. If it is not what
I deem sufficient, I will feel relieved.
Every- day convinces me of the vast
opportunities offered for service for
the state and the nation offered by the
Senate, and yet I dread adding to the
load I am carrying. I never felt more
willing to leave it to Providence."
This reminds us of a story that we
daresay most of our readers have al
ready heard or read. A preacher who
had served a church for some time,
received a call from another church,
which offered a bigger salary. He
told his wife, he found it hard to
make tip his mind. He was very re
luctant, he said, to leave his beloved
little church and his dear friends, and
then again he thought he could do
more good in the larger field. He said
he thought he would go to his study
and pray to divine Providence to help
hfan make a wise decision. His wife
told him to go and pray; meanwhile,
she would be packing up. Mr. Bryan
is waiting, he says, for a call from
the people, but while he is waiting he
is sending petitions all over the state
for the people to sign, asking him to
make the race. If Mr. Bryan had
come squarely out and said he was
going to run, we would have some re
spect for him, but his hypocritical
tactics make us weary.
success. Since neither Plant City nor
Tampa are candidates for the location,
Hillsborough's large block of votes
will be much sought after by the con contending
tending contending cities. You fellows in Ocala,
Orlando and Palatka may continue to
say nice things about our strawber strawberries
ries strawberries and advocate trolley systems be being
ing being headed our way. Plant City
Hasn't the Star said a good many
nice things about $u already, friend
If milk in Ocala and other cities is
15 cents a quart it seems strange that
St. Petersburg folks must' pay 25
cents. It is admitted that the dairy dairymen
men dairymen are not getting pch even at the
higher price, but the public should not
be required to pay for their lack of
business success. St. Petersburg In Independent.
dependent. Independent. Ocala is surrounded for scores of
miles in every direction by rich pas pasture
ture pasture lands, and they have a good deal
to do with the low price of milk.
The Star doesn't believe that either
evolution or Genesis has any place in
a political campaign. But how do you
thoughtful people of Florida, who
want good education for your children,
like the idea of a bunch of men of
the average mental caliber of the
Florida legislature deciding what
should be the studies in your high
schools, your state university and
college for women?
These are questions that, should be
answered before the United States
voluntarily puts itself into a position
of helplessness and takes it for grant granted
ed granted the rest of the world will do like likewise.
wise. likewise. Talk of reducing congressional
expenditures has been heard many
times before, and still the taxes re remain
main remain high and Congress continues to
spend, if not for one thing, then for
another. Tampa Citizen.
The four-power treaty will not
make the United States helpless, be because
cause because if one of the other powers
breaks the compact the United StateaJ
can at once guard against it. But
Congress is making the United States
near, helpless by reducing the army
apd navy below the margin of safety,
while, at the same time, as the Citizen
says, is spending the money for other
On several occasions recently, the
Star has-been asked by citizens of
Dunnellon and other points in the
county why there was no corres correspondence
pondence correspondence from Dunnellon in pxr col columns
umns columns each week: as is the case with
nearly' every other town and commu community,
nity, community, in the county, though -it is the
largest -town in the county outside
Ocala, the county seat. The reason
for this was that we could not find
tbek proper person to thus represent
us at this really -important place.
No w, however, we have succeeded in
securing just the representative that
we have been looking for in Miss
Says the Fort Lauderdale Sentinel:
"Naturally, we favor moving the cap capital
ital capital from Tallahassee to some more
central point. We are not selecting
the place. We would like to have it
as close to Fort Lauderdale as pos possible.
sible. possible. It is not well to have servants
too far off from us, they too soon be
come masters. The capital should not
be further, north than Ocala nor fur further
ther further south, than Kissimmee. South
Florida is carrying the load, and is
making development and should not
be held back when they wish to pro progress.
gress. progress. From now on let us all pull
together and we will have no trouble
in moving the capital."
According to his announcements
made on the streets yesterday .Hon.
Hob Ruckman will, if there appears
in the. present issue of this paper any
further mention of his undesirability
as a citizen, his malfeasance in the
office which he so signally fails to
adorn, and his absolute unacquaint-
ance with the tenets of honor and de decency,
cency, decency, invade our office this afternoon
and ram our vile sheet down our un
truthful throat. He will also leave a
wife and four children. Polkville
(Ark.) Weekly Clarion.
Several Florida editors have felt
similar sentiments but have been too
diplomatic to print them.
The Ocala Star reprints with ap
proval the Times' endorsement of Col.
Frank Shutts, publisher of the Miami
Herald, for election to the board of
directors of the Associated Press for
the southern district, fcut wants to
know "Where did you get that 'col 'colonel?'"
onel?'" 'colonel?'" Why, man alive, haven't you
been reading the papers? Shutts is a
lieutenant -colonel on the staff of Gov
ernor Hardee. Tampa Times.
Thanks for the information, Mr.
Times; and here's hoping Colonel
Shutts wins every battle he bumps
Nowadays, th" young feller is apt
to git M wn nation of Ir.ve "onfus)
with th.'. swell of talcum powder.
Capital removal agitation seems to
be progressing with a conservative
well-thought plan that may bring
Editor Lee of the Winter Haven
Chief asks the citizens if they want a
home band. We will give Friend Lee
the finest leather medal he can find
in Tiffany's if he will give us a receipt
that will successfuly hold a band to together
gether together in a small town. Wauehula
And we will supply a good, stout
leather shoestring, with which to
hang said medal around Lee's neck.
ATTORNEY GENERAL BUFORD
SETS THE MATTER STRAIGHT
Editor Star: My attention has just
been called to a statement appearing
in the issue of your paper of March
24th, in news items from your Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship correspondent in which I am
quoted as having held that women
must pay poll tax for the year 1922
to qualify to vote in an election held
during this year. I also note your
comment in parenthesis to the effect
that I have probably been misquoted
Your assumption is correct and I
wish to thank you for so suggesting,
. I have never at any time stated,
sueeested or intimated to any one
that I entertained an opinion that
women would be required to pay poll
tax for 1922 to be qualified to partic
ipate in any election to be held during
this year. I have advised that NO
one, either male or female, is required
to pay the poll tax for the current
vear to qualify to participate in an
election held during the current year,
Yours very truly,
Rivers H. Buford,
Tallahassee, March 26th.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star March 28, 1912)
A distinguished visitor who arrived
in Jacksonville last night aboard his
special car was ex-President Grover
Cleveland. He was accompanied by
his wife and party and expects to
spend the next three weeks at Stuart,
enjoying the fishing.
W. W. Clyatt has rented the store
corner of North Magnolia and Okla
waha, east of where he is now located,
and will move his abstract business
Miss Mary Reardon returned last
night from a visit to friends at Or
Mrs. J. W. Sylvester returned last
night from a visit to Mrs. Agnew at
Col. L. P. Haisley returned last
nieht from a visit to his srrove at
County Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer
went to Mcintosh yesterday to visit
Ocala Ten Years Ago
, (Evening Star March 28, 1912)
Messrs. E. L. Carney and J. P.
Phillips have bought from Dr. J. E.
Chace the two lots on North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street just south of the Carn Carn-Thomas
Thomas Carn-Thomas store and opposite Mclver &
MacKay. They expect to erect on
these lots a brick building. This will
make a solid brick block where only
a few years ago this space was entire entirely
ly entirely vacant.
Mrs. Clifford Raysor and pretty
little daughter after a pleasant visit
to relatives in Ocala have returned to
their home in Sanford.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard is pushing the
work on Mr. R. L. Anderson's new
house in the southern part of the city.
It will be most advantageously locat located
ed located an done of the finest residences in
Arrival and departure of passenger
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Harriet took the sheet of paper,
pressed it open.
"My heart', ?he read, in Tony
Pope's, handwriting. "'I will go away
from yon if I must. But It wih be
further than India. Isabelle, further
than Rio or Alaska. While we two
live. I must see you sometimes. Per Per-op8
op8 Per-op8 outside the world there is a
place big enough for me to forget
"Now r said Isabelle, rising and
beginning restlessly to walk the floor.
"Now, what shall I do? Send him
away to his death, or risk Mr. Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Insulting him again, as he did
tonight! Anthony Pope means It,
Harriet I know him well enough for
She fell silent. Germaine appeared
with a tray, and began to loosen and
brush the dark hair, and Isabelle
went automatically to the business of
creaming and rubbing, still shaken,
but every minute more mistress of
herself. With the thick, dark switch
gone, Harriet was almost shocked by
the change In the severely exposed
forehead and face. Isabelle looked
fully her age now, more than her age.
"Weill" said the mistress, somber somber-eyed
eyed somber-eyed still, and with a still heaving
breast. "There was something else,
Harriet Gently, please, Germalne,
my head a4b.es frightfully. Oh. Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, will you see what this Blondin
man wants with Nina? She tells me
he suggested some sort of summer
party In his roof garden ; I don't know
quite what It is. But her heart Is set
on it. They seem to understand each
other I always felt that when Nina's
affairs did begin, she would pick out
freaks like this I Don't Germaine
Jiad gone to the bathroom for a hot
towel, and Isabelle dropped her voice,
almost affectionately "don't worry
about this little scene, Harriet. It will
be quite all right I"
"Oh, surely!" The companion's
voice was light and cheerful; she
went upstairs only pleasantly excited
and thrilled. And at the breakfast
table next morning Harriet could show
the head of the house the same bright
assurance. Richard had come down downstairs
stairs downstairs early, and they had their coffee
"NlnaT asked her father.
"Shi comes back today,", Harriet
said. ''Mrs. Carter is going' to have
her masseuse, so she won't be down.
She asked you to remember that you
are dining at the Jays' tomorrow.
There's to be tennis at about four."
"Finals," he said, nodding, and went
out to his car apparently well pleased
with himself and his life. Harriet
started for the Hawkes' with a philo philosophic
sophic philosophic reflection or two as to the
ephemeral quality of married quar quarrels.
rels. quarrels. She brought Nina back at noon, a
garrulous and complacent Nina, who
could pity the elder Hawkes as girls
who "never had admirers." When
they reached the driveway of Crown Crown-lands,
lands, Crown-lands, Harriet recognized the car that
was already there, and said to her herself
self herself that Anthony Pope would Join
them for luncheon. But Just as she
and Nina were about to enter the
cool, wide, dark doorway, Anthony
himself passed them. He was al almost
most almost running, and apparently did not
see them. He ran down the shallow
steps and sprang Into his car, which
scattered a spray of gravel as he
Jerked it madly about, and was gone
before she and Mna had ended their
look of surprise Harriet went slowly
upstairs, with a dim foreboding far
back in her heart.
At about three, when Harriet and
Nina were Idling on the shady ter terrace,
race, terrace, with the hound, the new maga magazines,
zines, magazines, and their books, Hansen brought
one of the small closed cars to the
side door. Five minutes later Isabelle,
tn a thin white coat, a veiled white
hat, and with a gorgeous white-furred
wrap over her arm, came out. Ger Germalne
malne Germalne was with her, carrying two
shiny black suitcases. Isabelle, Har Harriet
riet Harriet thought, looked superbly hand handsome,
some, handsome, but Germaine had evidently
been scolded, and had red eyes.
Isabelle came over to give her
daughter a farewell kiss.
"Mrs. Webb has telephoned for me,
ducky. Tour father Isn't coming home
tonight, but have a happy time with
Miss Harriet, and m be back In a
day or two. Good-by, both of you.
All right, Hansen!"
They swept away, leaving Harriet
with a strange sense of nervousness
and suspense. The summer air seemed
charged with menace, and the silence
that followed the noise of the car odd oddly
ly oddly ominous.
Madame Carter was on the terrace
when they came back at five from an
ldle jrlp to the club, reporting that
her "son had Just returned unexpect unexpectedly
edly unexpectedly from the city, and had gone In
to change for golf.
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Nothing alarming here, yet Harriet
experienced a sick thrill of apprehen apprehension.
sion. apprehension. Something abnormal seemed to
be the matter with them all this after afternoon!
noon! afternoon! "Did you call me, Mr. Carter?" She
hardly knew her own voice, as he
came down the three broad steps from
the house. Her hands felt cold, and
she was trembling.
"Do you happen to know where
Hansen Is, Miss Field?"
"Driving Mrs. Carter to the 'Webbs'
at Great Harrington," the girl an answered,
swered, answered, readily. "Mrs. Carter left In
a hurry. She did not expect you to tonight.
night. tonight. Hansen ought to be back at
about seven, I should think
He was not listening to her; ab abruptly
ruptly abruptly left her. When Harriet went
into the house, she saw nothing of
him. She made her usual little round,
spoke briefly to a- maid about some
fallen daisy petals, consulted with the
housekeeper as to the new cretonne
covers. A man was to come and
measure those covers this very after afternoon
noon afternoon perhaps this was he, modestly
waiting at the side door.
But no, this, man briefly and sim simply
ply simply asked to be shown to Mr. Carter,
remarking that he was expected. He
disappeared into the library; HaiHet
saw no more of him for an hour, when
he silently appeared beside her, and
asked to see the chauffeur Hansen
as soon as he came.
Richard brought the strange man
to the dinner table; but there was
nothing In that to make the dinner
so unnatural. To be sure Richard ate
little, and spoke hardly at all; but
this Mr. Williams was quite entertain entertaining,
ing, entertaining, and the old lady in good spirits.
At eight Hansen was back, present presenting
ing presenting himself in his dusty road-coat;
Mr. Carter immediately drew him with
Williams into the library. Nina
loitered up to bed, but the old lady
and Harriet remained downstairs.
They did not like, but they some sometimes
times sometimes amused, each other. Sudden Suddenly
ly Suddenly came the summons: would Miss
Field please step Into the library?
Hansen was going out as she came
in; Richard was at the big flat flat-topped
topped flat-topped desk, the man Williams stand standing
ing standing somewhat in shadow. Harriet's
heart leaped; they were going to ask
her about Royal.
"Just a moment, Miss Field," Rich Richard
ard Richard said. "Will you sit down?" And
as Harriet, looking at him in fright frightened
ened frightened curiosity, did so, he began quiet quietly:
ly: quietly: "We are In some trouble here.
Miss Field. I hardly know how to
tell you what we fear. Did you no notice
tice notice anything strange about Mrs.
Carter's manner today?"
"I thought I did," Harriet admitted.
"Did you think of any reason for
Harriet gave the stranger a glance
that made him an eavesdropper.
"I fancied that it was connected
with with what distressed her last
night, Mr. Carter."
"You may speak before Mr. "Wil "Williams,"
liams," "Williams," Richard said. He looked
Harriet Gave the Stranger a Glance
. That Made Him An Eavesdropper.
down; was silent. "I asked him to
help me," he added, slowly. "Was
young Mr. Pope here today?"
"This morning. I don't know how
long," Harriet said, with a great light,
or darkness, breaking In upon her
mind, "he was leaving when Nina and
T came home."
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"Do you know who took the tele telephone
phone telephone call from Mrs. Webb?
"No, because nobody did. No per person
son person named Webb called from Great
Barrington, or anywhere else, today,"
said Williams, breaking In decidedly,
his voice a contrast to Richard's hesi hesitating
tating hesitating tones. "As a matter of fact,
Hansen didn't drive to Great Barring Barring-ton.
ton. Barring-ton. Two miles from your gate here,
Mrs. Carter gave him other direc directions."
tions." directions." "What directions?" Harriet asked,
antagonized by his manner, and feel feeling
ing feeling her cheeks -get red. The man evi evidently
dently evidently had small respect for woman womanhood.
hood. womanhood. "He drove to New London," Richard
supplied. "Pope's yacht Is there."
His manner was very quiet, he spoke
almost wearily, but Harriet felt as If
a cannon had exploded in the study.
"I've had New London on the wire,"
said Mr. Williams. "Mr. Pope had been
getting ready for a cruise. The
chances are that they have already
"On the other hand," Richard said,
glancing at his watch, "we have an ex excellent
cellent excellent prospect of finding them there.
I was not supposed to come home until
tomorrow night. I found Mrs. Carter's
message at five, twenty-four hours
earlier than she expected me to. Wil Williams
liams Williams may be mistaken, of course," he
finished, with a glance at the detec detec-tlve.
tlve. detec-tlve. "Not likely!" said Williams, with a
"However, even If he Is right," Rich Richard
ard Richard resumed, "the chances are that
they are still there, and if they are, I
will bring my wife back with me to tonight.
night. tonight. Meanwhile, I leave the house In
your care, Miss Field. I needn't tell
you that my mother and Nina must be
kept absolutely ignorant of what we
suspect. YouH know what to tell them.
In case I should be longer away. If
our calculations are wrong, there's no
telling where I may follow Mrs. Carter.
I leave this end of things to you 1"
"I'm sorrier than I can say," she
"I know you are! It's Richard
passed his hand over his forehead
"it's utter madness, of course. But,
please God, we can keep it all hushed
up. She has Germaine with her ; Han Hansen
sen Hansen I can trust. We're off now. Miss
Field. I'll keep you Informed If I can."
Harriet went back to the drawing
room with her heart big with pride.
He had mentioned Hansen and Ger Germaine,
maine, Germaine, but he knew that he couM trust
her! The event was sensational
enough. But back of the excitement
lay the Joy of being needed and being
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which will be about thirty days. We
thank our customers for their patron patronage
age patronage and hope that we will be able to
serve you in the" future.
25-3t Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
Come in and get post posted
ed posted on the prices of the
above named goods.
All shapes and styles
of Men's and Boys'
Linen Collars at 10c
Do not think, how
ever, that any com-
bi nation of yeast and
iron will do. Yeast
brine its best and
quickest results only
when it is treated
thronrh the scien
tific process of iron-
ization. And this process is embodied only
in IRONIZED YEAST, the one cUtificaUir
correct yeast treatment. ,
. Make This Startling Test!
You simply will not believe what wonder wonderful
ful wonderful benefits IRONIZED YEAST holds tnr: rwi
ontil yon try it. Mail the coupon OWI
Note now IRONIZED YEAST brings an al almost
most almost immediate increase in your energy. See
how quickly your complexion begins to take
on a new freshness and charm. Note bow it
fills yon with a new buoyancy now it fives
yoa a new enthusiasm bow )X just seems to
completely 'youthify" you, and make yoa
a-iad that yoa are alive! Uail coupon at once!
r8 Free Trial Coupon "l
! The Ironixed Yeast Co. ; j
I Atlanta. G-. Dept. .-" :
I PVue send m tm TH&EF DAT FBEE I
I TBI i r. TREATMENT at Ironixed SaMC 1
TBIAL TBATlCirr of
C5ty .. I
j Qaly One Trial Packaao to a Fasafly
at all Drag Store on om roaraktee
first package or your money refunded.
Having several my connections with
former business associates, have re reopened
opened reopened by dressmaking parlors at 634
North Magnolia street, 'where I shall
be pleased to meet my former patrons
as well as others who .- appreciate
painstaking care in their work.
22-t (Miss) Lizzie Smith.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1922
URATES under this heading are aa
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
tic: three times 50c; six times 75c: one
month $3.00. iAll accounts payable rm
mtrmme except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounta.
FOR SALE Five passenger Dodg
tnuriner car in eood order. Cheap
' Apply to C. M. Livingston, Ocala
House, Ocala, Fla. 28-t
FOR RENT Nice clean rooms, $3
wee kand up. Apply at 412 North
Pond street. 28-3t
FOR RENT An unusually attractive
furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
P. G. Murphy, 733 East Adams St.,
or P, O. Box 216. 27-6t
FOR RENT Six room cottage, all
modern conveniences, large lattice
porch, screened, also large garden.
Apply to R. L. Carter, taxi driver,
phone 526 or 527. 27-tf
FOR SALE-20 acres, well improved,
good woven wire fences, good well,
young peach orchard, some crops,
on mail route, four corners, cheap
for cash; 2Vi miles west of Sum
merfield. J. D. LeMay, Route A,
Box 17. Good buildings. Come and
see the property. 27-6t
FOR SALE Nine room house, con
veniently located, good condition,
$3800; cash consideration only. For
particulars address P. O. Box 291,
Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
FOR SALE Horse, cows, wagon
buggy and harness. Excellent 7-year
old mare, formerly owned and rais raised
ed raised by Chief Henry Gordon. If you
are in need of an Al, all-around
mare, I have her for $150; 3 -year-
old, part Holstein cow, $20; thoro thoro-bred
bred thoro-bred 3-yr.-old Jersey bull from the
Camps' farm, $30; a 1-horse wagon
and harness, $25; buggy and har
ness, $25. Abner Pooser, Magnolia
Place, S. 10th St., East 3-25-tf
SALESMAN WANTED We have an
opening for a salesman and collec
tor in Marion county. Address the
Singer Sewing Machine Co., Gaines
ville, Fla. 25-3t
WANTED To rent typewriter by a
young lady. New model preferred
Apply "Typewriter," care Star. 3t
LOST Yesterday afternoon at the
postoffice, a bunch of keys. Finder
please return to the office of the
clerk of circuit court and receive re
FOR RENT Five room cottage par partially
tially partially furnished, $20 per month for
year lease. D. Niel Ferguson. 23-6t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
' furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more, colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub
lishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
FOR SALE Wind mill, tower, tank
and pump, in good condition. Ad
dress G. W. Coggswell, Belleview
FOR SALE Nice little home
very cheap. S. S. Savage Jr. 6t.
WANTED TO RENT Four of five-
room bungalow or cottage; give
full description and price. Address
211 East 17th St.,. Jacksonville
HOUSE FOR RENT Five rooms and
bath; all modern conveniences; also
large attic; at 905 S. Lime St. Ap
ply J. Heisler, 950 Lake Weir ave
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern
ment inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
$1.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato plants,- $1.25 per 1000, f. o
b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner, 76 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St- Ocala. Phone 389. 20-tf
fOK SALE 500 bushels of corn in
the ear; 1000 bushels Porto Rico
yams; unlimited quantity potato
slips. See J. H. J. Counts, P.
BOX 257. 3-18-12t
FOR SALE One 15-months-old male
Duroc; will sell cheap for cash. He
is well grown for his age. Apply
to L. W. Holstun, union station. 3t
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Rev. J. G. Glass of Island Grove
spent yesterday in Ocala transaitcng
Mrs. Clarence Camp and Miss
Stella Camp left yesterday for New
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jackson and
M. A. Shealy of Piedmont, S. C, are
guests at the Layton hotel.
Capt. C. L. Sims of Atlanta, a Con
federate veteran, is a guest of the
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Beck and Miss
Mabel Beck of Fellowship attended
services in Ocala Sunday.
The Progress is a hustling paper and
one that any town may well feel proud
of. Mr. Frazier is a live wire and
overlooks no opportunity to keep his
town on the map of uptodate commu
nities in Florida.
Dodge touring car, good tires,
starter and everything complete. Ap Apply
ply Apply Hugh Sennett, at Florida Auto
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Mr. C. W. Sirmons of Arlington,
Ga., is the guest of his brother-in-
law, Mr. R. C. Layton.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings ex
pect to Jeave in their car in a few
days for a visit to Mrs. Tydings' old
home in Columbia, S. C.
Mr. Henry Gordon and family ex
pect to leave tomorrow morning, on
one of the boats of the Daylight Line,
for the Oklawaha trip to Palatka and
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams are go
ing to St. Petersburg, to attend the
meeting of Florida hotel keepers in
that city next week.
Mr. Neil Weathers of New York
city is spending a few days in Ocala
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stroud, who
have been living on East Second
street, have moved into a cottage near
the high school building on Alvarez
Mrs. L. C. Hawes of Dade City and
her handsome little son L. C. Jr., are
spending the week with Mrs. Hawes'
motherJMrs. R. T. Weaver.
Mrs. George Ford returned to Ocala
yesterday. Mrs. Ford and Mr. Ford,
who had been spending some time in
Ocala, went to Jacksonville, where
Mrs. Ford spent last week.
Miss Juliette Ward has set up her
desk as a public stenographer in the
lobby of the Harrington hotel. Miss
Ward is a most efficient stenographer
and all work given her will be well
Mr. E. A. Plath of Lakeland, assist assistant
ant assistant to the city engineer, who has been
making plans for the contemplated
improvements on the city streets, has
finished that work and commenced
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Edwards of
Cordele, Ga., are spending a few days
in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. John
Bowden. They are delighted with
Ocala and are looking around with a
view to locating here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green after a
pleasant visit in Tampa and St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg have returned to Ocala and
are at the Arms House. They enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed their trip but are glad to get back
to Ocala, which they think about the
nicest place in the state.
Among the Star's business callers
yesterday was Mr. R. A. Chestnut,
salesman for the Ajax Rubber Com Company.
pany. Company. Mr. Chestnut has placed a
number of agencies for his products
in Marion county and will shortly be begin
gin begin an advertising campaign, telling
of the good qualities of the Ajax.
Mrs. James A. Harris, who has been
the guest of her cousin, Mr. F. E.
Harris, and family, for the past ten
days, expects to return to Crystal
River today. Mrs. Harris, who is
spending the winter at Crystal River,
will probably make another visit to
Ocala before returning to her home in
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish
ed seven room house, 222 Wash
ington street. Mrs. R. L. Lang,
Gainesville, Fla. 3t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimates furnisued. R. E. Smed Smed-ley,
ley, Smed-ley, No. 710 Tuscawilla street.
. Phone 271. 10-12t
I j. Somehow a star doesn't seem con convincing
vincing convincing as an unsophisticated country
'girl after her name has been mention mentioned
ed mentioned in a few scandals.
Messrs. Joseph and Fred Malever
and Mr. Ralph Malever of Charlotte,
N. C, leffy yesterday in Mr. Joseph
Malever's car for a trip to points in
the southern part of the state. Mr.
Ralph Malever is a prosperous jeweler
in his home town and is spending
some time in Ocala with the family of
W. K. Lane, M. D.. physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
threat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mr. Harry H. Frazier, editor of the
Williston Progress, was among the
visitors in Ocala Monday. He re reports
ports reports everything in Levy county on
the up-grade and says that business
prospects in and around Williston
were never better than at present.
eS'' Tne tter you care for
-5- W j fcT- bkVL
. vnnr wp will xo-ra tnw
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
WILLIAMS' NEWS STAND
Now in the Harrington Hall
block, next to Ocala Gas
All daily Newspapers, Maga Magazines,
zines, Magazines, Periodicals
Tobacco, Cigars, Cgarettes
Complete line HOME-MADE
CANDIES, Etc. Cool
WE DO NOT
WE DO SELL
IT IS GOOD
IF IT IS
W. H. MARSH, Prop.
Plumbing & Electric Contractor
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. cor. Oklawaha and Orange
XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAJLE
European PW Complete. Modern Screened wiwidt rooffcfc
Sou Heaad $1.90 up. Cafe in cermet flon. Corwuiieni k
Evcrythna, In heart of City. Send for BooUcL
m WINDLE W. SMITH, PnY
All Work Guaranteed
GEO. RAYMOND 1
General Delivery OCALA
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an execution of date the
27th day of March 1922. Issued toy the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for 'Marion coun county,
ty, county, upon a judgment entered in said
court in a certain cause therein pend pending
ing pending in which Perfection Canopy Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and
J. V. Prater was defendant, which
judg-ment is recorded in Judgment
Book B, page 585. of the public records
of Marion county, Florida. I have levied
upon and will sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash at
the west door of the Marlon county
court house, in Ocala, Florida, during
the legal hours of sale, on
Moaday, May 1st, 1022,
the following described land, to-.wit:
Lot number 428, situated in the
town of Dunnellon, and more -particularly
described by a map or
plat of said town now on file in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Marion county, Florida.
Said sale will be -made to satisfy the
amount due on said execution and the
costs of sale.
IS. C. M. THOMAS,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
Mar 28 Apr 4 11 18 25
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 hare
dinner with us and judge for your
self. Everything the best at
100 Sanitary. Ak the Hotel
cNow is tlw iimto
A stimulating refresh inq
tonic promotes present
hair growth and arouses
a state of hair-heallh which
-may save you years of worry
later on in life. Does not
discolor blond or white hair
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Ft. King Ave.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
ence in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER.
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
BEGIN YOUR SUMMER FUN
AT OUR FOUNTAIN
The first warm days of spring recall to you soda enjoy enjoyments
ments enjoyments to be continued throughout the month. Make
an early acquaintance with our fountain and learn an
early appreciation of its products. Start your summer
pleasures now. Ice cream and soda drinks are won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully appealing in the quality we supply and the
way we serve it. You know prices are down at least
no war tax is charged.
"The Drag Store on Ihe Square"
WHITE ST A
FIRE OTif TO A A
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles. Etc.
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
AN EASTER TREAT
Drop in with a friend and enjoy a
plate or two of our delicious
ICE CREAM. Whether its warm or
cool you are sure to like our cream;
it has that "different" flavor, you
know. Positively the best cream In
town. On sale at Troxler's, Union
Station Cafe, W. R. Bryant, Bagley's
Restaurant and Gore Grocery.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO,
Temple Trieste", Miay
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Mr. Louis Mann's SensaUonalgComedy-Drama
IN THREE ACTS
MAURICE MORRIS, and a Broadway, New York, Cast
A LAUGH A MINUTE. AND SOMETIMES TWO
200 Nights at the Booth Theater, New York
Jacksonville Times-Union says: OTe Best Comedy Ever
Played in Jacksonville."
ADMISSION: 50c, 77c,'$1.00, $1.50, plus tax
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