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The Ocala evening star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

LAM

WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday, probably showers in extreme north portion Thursday. TEMPERATURES This morning, 66; this afternoon, 86.
San Rises Tomorrow, 6:19; Seta, 6:43. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 75

MODERATE AM

LLOYD GEORGE IS SENATOR TRAMMELL
AGAIN LUCKY MAKES A STATEMENT
PUSSYFOOT HAD HIS
FOR THE MILITARY
RABDIT'S FOOT

BEGIIIIIG PLAIIS
FOR BASEBALL

TOO LARGE FOR
THEIR TROUSERS

Army Appropriation Bill, Calling For
$288,000,000, Passed the House
Without Debate

(Associated Prew,'
Washington, March 29. Without a
roll call the House today passed the
army appropriation bm carrying ap approximately
proximately approximately $288,tfuu,(ou to meet mil military
itary military and non-miiltary expenses of the
war department during tne coming
fiscal year.
AIM TO CUT PARASITES OFF
Submission to the full joint com committee
mittee committee on reorganization of the ad administrative
ministrative administrative branch of the govern government
ment government of that portion of the reorgani reorganization
zation reorganization plan agreed upon by President
Harding and his cabinet said today to
be in prospect in the near future. An
agreement has been reached on reor reorganization
ganization reorganization plans for more than half of
the government departments.
ADVERTISES HIS ITINERARY
Colonel Nutt, wl.o is in charge of
the dry drive m no: .ua and who has
returned to Miami from Cuba, may
visit a number of islands in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of the Florida peninsula, it
was indicated today at prohibition
headquarters.
ONLY A MIRACLE
CAN INTERVENE
A Strike of Coal Miners is Certain On
First of April Says President
Of Their Union
New York, March 29. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Casting aside as a re remote
mote remote possibility the prospect of settl settling
ing settling their difficulties in time to avert
the general strike set for April 1st,
members of the anthracite sub-committee
on wage contract negotiations
today girded themselves for a long,
hard struggle over the miners' nine nineteen
teen nineteen demands.
"Nothing but a miracle immedi immediate
ate immediate acceptance of each and every one
of our demands can avert the strike
now," said Thomas Kennedy, district
president of the miners union.
IGNITED BY AN ELECTRIC IRON
As a usual thing it costs money to
travel but the regular order of things
was reversed last night for Mr. R. B.
T1..11 1. r.-i -T 4.T V 4k.,t Hf
Bullock. But for the fact that Mr,
Bullock was going away on one of the
night trains he would have been look looking
ing looking a large repair bill in the-face this
morning.
When Mr. Bullock arose about mid midnight
night midnight he smelled smoke and began to
investigate the source. He found one
of the back rooms of his house on fire
and sent in a fire alarm. The response
of the fire department was so quick
that the bell was not rung, but the de
partment was unable to slip out with without
out without a few night owls hearing the noise
of the sirens and hastening to the
scene of the fire.
The blaze was extinguished with the
chemical engine and there was but
small damage. The fire was caused
by an electric iron that had been left
turned on. The iron burned its way
through the ironing board and thru
the floor and was beginning to eat
its way through the ceiling into the
kitchen downstairs when the fire was
discovered. Given a little more head headway
way headway and the whole back wing of the
Bullock residence would have been in
flames.
"ALWAYS IN TROUBLE"
AT FAIRFIELD
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist chuch at Fairfield is now rehears rehearsing
ing rehearsing the playlet "Always in Trouble,"
and will present this laughable drama
at the Baptist church in that place on
the night of Friday, April 7th. The
following will compose the cast:
The Millionaire Gideon Blair.
As Slick as a Whistle Tom Bissel.
An Awful Nut Hiram Tutt.
The Ticket Seller Patrick Keller.
A Poor Old Maid Samanthy Slade.
Her Charming Niece Rosebud
Reece.
A Jazztime Girl Lula Pearl.
There will be a small admission
charge at the door, and the proceeds
will go toward the assistance of the
society's budget.
This occasion will make a pleasant
evening's outing for Ocala autoists,
and doubtless a good attendance from
here will be on hand.
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf P. W. DITTO, Agent.
No man should be elected to public
office unless he has sufficient intelli intelligence
gence intelligence to hire the right clerks to do
the work.

Plans Made by Him for the Genoa
Conference are Likely To
Prevail

London, March 2i). (By Associated
Press). The threatened breach m the
cabinet over Lloyd George's program
for the Genoa conference has been
averted in the opinion of political cor correspondents
respondents correspondents in today's newspapers.
Everything has been smoothed over in
preparation for the premier's apepar-
ance in the house of commons Mon Monday.
day. Monday. ETNA IN ERUPTION
Violent Outpouring of Lava from The
Crater of the Infamous Old
Sicilian Volcano
London, March 29. (By Associated
Press). Mount Etna is in violent
eruption says a Rome dispatch quot quoting
ing quoting Palermo advices. Streams of lava
are flowing from all sides of the crater
and inhabitants of vilages on the
mountain side have tied from their
homes. Several earthquakes have oc occurred
curred occurred during the last few days.
SOMETHING THE LAW
CAN'T ESTABLISH
London, March 29, (By Asseciated
Press). A bill to establish the legiti legitimacy
macy legitimacy of children of unmarried par parents
ents parents wiii be introduced in the house
o fcommons soon as a government
measure.
CUT HIMSELF OUT
A MAN-SIZED JOB
(Associated Press)
Boston, March 29. A hike from
Fort Pierce, Fla., to Boston, a fight
for the national amateur boxing cham championship
pionship championship and a run of twenty-five
miles for honors in the American
Marathan road race form the strenu strenuous
ous strenuous program Vincent Kelly has set for
himself. He notified the Boston Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Association today Tie began the
hike from Florida last Monday.
HONORING MISS SIPPLE
As hostess of the regular meeting
of circle No. 2 of the Methodist Mis-
: c--.-.- ii lA.Tir.'ii.
sionary society, Mrs. uewitt unmn
entertained lor Miss idna bipple, .i j
bride-elect, yesterday afternoon. j
After the regular devotional and
business session, a very pleasant so social
cial social hour was spent. Miss Sipple, who
is soon to be married to Mr. Carroll
LFraser. and a member of circle No. 2,
was the honoree of this delightful oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Each guest had been requested to
I bring her favorite recipe on a loose
leaf. These recipes were gathered up
and bound in a beautiful hand-painted
cover which the hostess had prepared.
The title of this volume of best
recipes was "Little Missionary
Helps." Miss Sipple was also pre presented
sented presented with a booklet entitled, "A
Thousand Ways to Please a Hus Husband."
band." Husband." Much interest was manifested
by all in this volume and many com comments
ments comments were made upon the various
suggestions. In a poetical contest,
Mrs. J. H. Therrel! proved to be the
best composer of limericks.
Each lady present was presented
with a rosebud and the honoree was
given a beautiful bouquet of roses.
The decoration of the house was in
pink and white roses and it seemed
that there were roses everywhere. A
refreshment course of pink and white
ice cream and cake w7as served during
the social hour.
TUESDAY AUCTION CLUB
Miss Alice bexton was hostess
Tuesday night to the Tuesday evening
auction club. The three tables were
placed on the big porch of the Sexton
home and there during, the evenine
Iru- players enjoyed the game of auc auction.
tion. auction. At the conclusion of the game,
ice cream and cake was served. Di Divinity
vinity Divinity candy was enjoyed during the
evening. Mrs. Leon Mason was pre presented
sented presented with a pretty vanity case and
Miss Margaret Jackson a package of
mints. Mrs. W. A. Wilds and Miss
Loureen Spencer, among the visitors,
were given pretty remembrances of
the evening. The former received a
tft of I'nrH tnhld marku's with nor.-
cils attached, and the latter a package
of m.nts. Those playing during the
evening were Mrs. P. V. Leavengood,
Mrs. Leon Mason. Mrs. W. A. Wilds,
Mrs. O. E. Cox. Misses Louise and
Loureen Spencer, Frances Tarver,
Margaret Jackson, Adele Bittinger,
Ethel Home and Annie Benton Ful Fuller.
ler. Fuller. Mrs. Mack Taylor and Miss
Ruth Simmons joined the players for
refreshments.
Read the unclassified ads for profit.

Presents Some Facts About Bryan's Candidacy That Will Aston Astonish
ish Astonish Florida People
( Special to the Star)

Washington, March 28. Upon be being
ing being asked today for a statement in
regard to his candidacy for re-election
to the Senate and the possible candi-
dacy of W. J. Bryan in opposition to
him, Senator Park Trammell made
the following statement:
"I am a candidate for election to a
second term in the Senate and feel
confident of winning by an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming majority in the June pri primary.
mary. primary. While some of my political
enemies and some republicans have
lor months been trying to stir up op opposition
position opposition to me they have been unable
to arouse any great amount of oppo opposition.
sition. opposition. It seems to be quite generally
believed that I will not be opposed
by any public man of Florida who
has heretofore been identified with

the political and public affairs of my petitions, some people who will sign
state. These public men who have for j any kind of a petition will do so and
years been identified with Florida, j some who have been misled by the
any many of whom would make good 1 misleading tactics adopted have prob prob-United
United prob-United States senators, as Florida has ably signed but my political enemies
just as capable and able public men and the other signers, which will be
a il T T .. i P X 1 1 J

as any state in tne union, realize 1 no great proportion 01 tne wmte aem aem-that
that aem-that a very large majority of the ; ocratic voters of Florida, cannot set set-people
people set-people of my state are satisfied with ; tie the question. The sovereign will
my services in the Senate and they ; of the democratic party will be ex ex-are
are ex-are favorable to my re-election. pressed at the baiiot box on June 6th

n ,. n . ,r
uryan .oi a negisierea wer
it seems tnat my oniy possioie op-.
-1 tit t t" i j. ;
position is d. x,ryan, who is not a
registered voter m loriua arm wnu ;
cannot register untu some nve or six j
r j
has not yet been a citizen of the ;
state one year and who, as is well
known, was a citizen and voter of
Nebraska until recently, having been
a candidate in that state less than
two years ago. As to Mr. Bryan's
personal attitude regarding his possi possible
ble possible candidacy I have no comment to
make. In regard to the fight being
made on me by a few, however, I will
say I do not propose to remain silent
longer and permit them to continue
by misrepresentations and fallacious
arguments to try to deceive the peo people
ple people of Florida into bringing about op opposition
position opposition to me. We Floridians have
felt a great pride in our state, we
have been proud of Florida's wonder wonderful
ful wonderful growth, and justly so. In the
highest esteem we have held Florida's
progressive, enterprising and intelli intelligent
gent intelligent citizenship. If there is a state
in the Union that is on the map it is
Florida. The state with her pro
gressive and splendid citizensmp,
with her charm, her wonderful re
sources and natural advantages is
decidedly on the map. Yet, to further
their political ends, a few political
enemies of mine and a few republi
cans, who desire to try to split up the
democratic party, are reflecting upon
our state and Florida's enterprising j
and progressive citizenship by saying j
the state needs one man to put it on I
the map and to advertise
the whel
H mflnQ i
With their shoulders to
thousands upon thousands of enter-1
prising Florida citizens have for i
years been carrying on this work and
they have made such a good job of it
that to the thoughtful it seems ab absurd
surd absurd and ridiculous for any Floridian
to now talk about one man putting
Florida on the map. Such contention
is resented by a very large majority
of the people of Florida and should
be.
Pennsylvania Importation Sending
Out Petitions
About four weeks ago a man nam named
ed named Walsh, who is not a registered
voter of Florida and who came to the
state only a few months ago from
Pennsylvania, opened in hi3 office at
Miami headquarters for the purpose
of sending out petitions for circula
tion, requesting Mr. Bryan to run forj
the Senate, the signers to pledge Mr. j

Bryan their vote and active support. B&ard of Heakh ha3 ig3ued a circular
Mr. Walsh who, though not a voter murging that deaiers in and purchasers
Florida, but who is trying to rim theof shaving brushes in Florida inspect
politics of Florida, has sent these pe- 'he brushe3 carefully and select only
titions broadcast. Some of those re-jthose which have betn pr0perly steri steri-ceiving
ceiving steri-ceiving them refused to circulate j lized by the manufacturer. Colonel

them and sent tne petitions to me,;p d c Turck, state health offi-
: J AT i i-L r--

some con-igueu tnem to iu. a cer recentiy was advised by the Pub Pub-basket,
basket, Pub-basket, and some are being circulated Hc Heakh Service in Washington that

oy mostly political enemies oi mine,
Trying Unscrupulous Tactics Against
Trammell
All kinds of misleading tactics are
i being used to get signers, yet it is
! my information that a far larger
number are refusing to ?ien the oati-
tions than are signing them. In some
localities I am informed that to help
the petition movement, it is said I
will not be a candidate, which state-
ment is false. Some of these petition
circulators state in trying to induce
voters to sign that the petition
amounts to nothing and does not bind!
them, which of course is untrue as
the wording of the petition is that the
voter who signs it pledges his votei

and active support. Some of these
people state that the movement is not
antagonistic to me. This statement
of course is untrue. Yet some people
will sign any kind of a petition with without
out without reading it. Pay has also been
oii'ereu foi circulating petitions.
Trammell is Not a Trader
'"it has been talked in some quar quarters
ters quarters that i would be gotten out of Mr.
Bryan's way by being appointed on
a federal commission at $10,000 a
year. This is false. I would not en entertain
tertain entertain such proposition for a moment.
I have never bartered and traded in
politics. I will not de so now. This
is just a piece of scheming politics to
deceive the Florida voters. Some of
ray pohucal enemies will sign these

by the white democratic voters of
-
t lorida. My cause will be submitted
tQ them and j faave absoIute confi
th t i m b re.elected by a
dWcepin, majority by the people
whom A have IaithuIly served in
united States Senate and in every
other office in which it has been my
honor and privilege to serve.'
MORE CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE MEMBERS
Up to date 244 members have been
signed up for the Marion County
Chamber of Commeice of which num number
ber number 85 are new members.
P'ollowing is a list of members se seemed
emed seemed yesterday: Miss Rena Smith,
S. B. Ware, Ocala Gas Co., W. J. Bor Bor-den,
den, Bor-den, C. V. Roberts &. Co., Louis
Weihe, Bellevievv, Lewis-Chitty Co.,
S. R. Whaley, J. K. Dickson, T. A.
Biake, R. G. Sumner, Ocala Banner,
Louis Toffaletti, R. C: Loveridge, A.
G. Gates, II. P. Bitting, C. C. Miller,
F. W. Stanley, J. H. Cramer, Walter
Ray, Rev. C. W. White, Frank G.
Churchill, George MacKay & Co., A.
C. Blowers, J. Malever, L. J. Dank Dank-wertz,
wertz, Dank-wertz, A. T. Thomas, J. E. Chace, T.
jP. Drake, Sennett & Willard, C. W.
I Moremen.
SMITH IS CONSCIENTIOUS
(Associated Press)
Orlando, March 28. Dr. Milne B.
Smith, who had announced his candi
dacy for county commissioner from
the fourth district of Orange county,
. tfUrlvmim C t-. r-t Vi Q r II "w 1 C" 1
I cannot subscribe to an oath requir
ed oi tne democratic canaiaates.
"I find that a certain oath must be
subscribed to in order to be eligible
for participation in the primary,"
said Dr. Smith in a published an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. "I cannot subscribe and
swear to that oath, for although I
voted for every democratic candidate
or the state ticket at the last election
I also did vote for the republican
nominees for president and vice presi president.
dent. president. "Under the prescribed law I am
not eligible to serve my district if
nominated in this primary and I there therefore
fore therefore announce the withdrawal of my
candidacy."
BE SURE TO SCRUTINIZE
YOUR SHAVING BRUSHES
(Associated Tress)
Jacksonville, March 28. The State
i vew York authorities had
pro
hibited the manufacture of shaving
j brushes from horse hair in that state
: and that such action might result in
the shipment of stocks of horse hair
to states where there is no legal ob-
k-et.on to shaviner brushes of that
j variety.
The action taken by the state of
, New York was in order to eliminate
j the possibility of transmitting an-
, thrax to human beings. The disease
j is primarily one of lower animals but
j human cases appear among those
who handle hides, hairs of animals or
become infected through the use of
shaving brushes manufactured from
the hairs of anthrax animals.

A Definite Start for the Summer's
Best Sport Made at the Meeting
Last Evening

(L. T. I.)
Behold a partial answer to the mul multitudinous
titudinous multitudinous questions that are being
propounded on the baseball question.
Everybody and their children have
been asking when we were going to
start a team. At last a definite start
has been made. The executive com committee
mittee committee of the Ocala Baseball Associa Association
tion Association met last night in the office of Mr.
C. G. Rose, the president, and had
quite a long discussion on ways and
means.
An offer has been made Burrie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, the wild wonder of the shortstop
territory, and no very small tater in
the box. A partial budget has been
proposed, including equipment and
salaries, but when the question of a
budget was brought up a stump was
struck for no member of the execu executive
tive executive committee knew just how many
men we would have to hire or how
much they would have to be paid, so
the acting secretary was instructed
to write all the former players of the
team and ask if they expected to play
this year and what their terms would
be. The following is a sketch of the
letter written:
Dear Sir: The Ocala Baseball As Association
sociation Association is beginning is work of or organization
ganization organization for the 1922 season. We
are writing all former players of the
Ocala team and wish to know just
what expense, if any, there will be in
connection with your playing with the
team this year. Please write at once
whether you desire to play with Ocala
this year and make us your best prop
osition in order that we may be able
to know definitely what plans to
make. Yours truly,
Carl G. Rose,
President Ocala B. B. Assn.
This letter was mailed to most of
the last year's team but is published
so that anyone who wants to play
with Ocala and does not receive the
letetr may answer it from the Star.
When the budget is decided upon a
committee will wait upon the public,
both in particular and in general, and
it is then that you will hear all about
what baseball is going to do in Ocala
this year. The committee will be
composed of Ocala's best men and
they are giving their time to this
work with the expectation of getting
results. Do your part.
'LISTENING IN" ON THE O. H. S.
The impromptu band of nine pieces,
organized in three days to play for the
folk dancing on field day, made a tre
mendous hit. Also it augers well for
the Ocala school band which will be
formally organized this week, with
fourteen charter members.
The high school male quartet con
. fitit.nt.Mi the hii o4- f Vi a Hfof tJ.c9
v. ww w.u v V V -l VJ WU3 V
church Sunday evening. As a special
number they sang, "He is Mine," in
their customary good form. The sec second
ond second tenor was sung by that versatile
young sophomore Dudley Cole, as
Junie Counts was out of town.
Miss Souter had, as week-end
guests, two charming young ladies
from Dunnellon. It is interesting to
note that a goodly number of con conscientious
scientious conscientious history students found it
necessary to consult with Miss Souter
Saturday and Sunday.
Upon receiving the news of the un
expected arrival of her father on Fri
day, field day, Miss Sheppard was so
overcome with joy that she promptly
lost seventy-five per cent of her dig dignity.
nity. dignity. It was found and restored to
her before nine o'clock Monday morn
ing, however.
A rehearsal of the musical comedy,
An Interrupted Honeymoon," was
held at the school house last night.
The high school music department
will present the comedy in Citra Fri Friday
day Friday evening, March 31st. E. B. D.
'ALL A MISTAKE"
A Play Given by the Young People Of
Kendrick, Directed by Mrs. B. C
Webb, Thursday Night, March 30,
At Oak, at 8:30 O'Clock.
Cast of Characters
Captain Obadiah Skinner, a retired
Sea Captain Mr. B. C. Webb.
Lieut. George Richmond, Captain
Skinner's nephew Mr. Vesta Thomas.
Richard Hamilton, a country gen gentleman
tleman gentleman Mr. Lee Bostick.
Mr. Ferdinand Lighthead, a neigh neighbor
bor neighbor Mr. Marvin Livingston.
Nellie Richmond, Lieut. Richmond's
Wife Miss Jesslyn Sherwood.
Nellie Huntington, a friend Miss
Juliette Ward.
Cornelia (Nellie) Skinner, Oba Oba-diah's
diah's Oba-diah's Sister Miss Bessie Mae Fin Fin-ley.
ley. Fin-ley.
Nellie Mclntyre, a servant Miss
Pearl HalL
Admission, 35 cents. 23-It

Sinn Feinera Plan to Whip Britain,
Ulster and the Ixi&h Free
State

Dublin, March 29. (By Associated
Press). Theeonvention Sunday of
revolting members of the Irian repub republican
lican republican army debated the question of de declaring
claring declaring a military dictatorship but de deferred
ferred deferred action thereon, says the corres correspondent
pondent correspondent here of the London Star. He
gives as his authority the statement
issued from Beggars Bush Barracks
this morning which says the proposal
before the convention was to over
throw all governments in Ireland op
posed to the republic
ANARCHY INCREASES
Belfast, March 29. (By Associated
Press). Disorders continue and there
have been numerous shootings. The
freight and mail train bound from
Belfast to Dublin was derailed by a
large party of armed men near Newry
today. Nine cars were burned by the
raiders.
CONCENTRATE ON BELFAST
Dublin, March 29. (By Associated
Press). Republican members of the
Dail Eireann at a meeting here yes
terday adopted a resolution proposing
immediate suspension of the political
campaign in Southern Ireland in order
that all factions may unite to "com
pel cessation of murder- of Catholics
in Belfast."
CRISIS UNDER DISCUSSION
London, March 29. (By Associated
Press). The conference between rep representatives
resentatives representatives of Northern and South Southern
ern Southern Ireland and the British govern government
ment government began this morning discussion
of-the Irish crisis with much official
secrecy. At the conclusion of the
morning session no word was given
out as to the proceedings of the con
ference.
ENGLISH ENGINEERS
TO BE LOCKED OUT
Tight Little Isle Has a Plenitude Of
Labor Troubles
London, March 29. (By Associated
Press). The Engineer Employers
Federation today posted a notice
locking out members of forty-seven
unions in addition to the Amalgamat Amalgamated
ed Amalgamated Engineers Union. The lock-out is
to take effect in one week and will
effect 600,000 additional men.
TEX RICKARD ACQUITTED
(Associated Press)
New York, March 29 Tex Rickard,
who was acquitted on charges of as assault
sault assault and abduction early today, prob
ably will not be called Upon to answer
to ..three similar indictments found
against him by the grand jury As
sistant District Attorney Pecora in
dicated, discussing the case.
RESULTS OF GRAMMAR
SCHOOL TRACK MEET
In the general write-up of the
county track meet last Friday only
small space was given to the gram
mar school events. These were neg
lected because 'many of them took
place simultaneously with the high
school events. The fourth grade
showed the best exhibition of danc
ing and games.
In field and track events the scores
were:
8th grade (2 sections). .83 points
6th grade (3 sections) .. .75 points
5th grade (2 sections) .. .32 points
7th. grade (2 sections). .23 points
In highest individual scores George
Jordgji led the boys with 22 points,
with Wayne McDonald and Claude
Thackerson second and third with
154 and 12 points each.
In the girls' events Guyula Chand Chandler
ler Chandler led with 13 points, with Jean
Bitting and Evelyn Wilkes second and
third with 11 and 77 points each.
REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA
W ILL BE HERE NEXT YEAR
The big DeLuxe Redpath Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua will visit Ocala. next year. This
was decided at a meeting of the Ocala
Business and Professional Woman's
Club last night. The Chautauqua will
come under the auspices of the club.
This is the same Chautauqua that
annually visits Orlalfdo, Tallahassee,
Pensacola, Mobile and other large
cities of the country. Some of the
most noted orators of the United
States will be here. Also some of the
best symphoni c talent in the United
States.
Several committees of the club are
now getting the necessary pledges
from our citizens. The Redpath bu
reau is the original bureau, organized
about the time of the civO war, and
operates in every state in the Union.
A great treat is in store for the peo people
ple people of Ocala next year.

Good Lock of the Prohibition Apostle

Was With Him at Green
Green Bay, Wis-, alarch 22 By the
Associated Press) A small bomb was
tnrown last night in the Union Con
gregational church where 500 persons
nad gatnered to hear. a lecture by
Pussytoot" Johnson. F. C Walker
ran down the aisle, grasped the bomb
and started out with it when it ex
ploded in his hand. He was slightly
burned. lhe bomb was tilled with
black powder and apparently was the
work oi an amateur. Johnson at the
tune was in another church making a
speech.
SAYS MEN AS WELL AS
WOMEN SHOULD WEAK STAYS
Philadelphia, March 29. Men as
well as women should wear corsets in
the- opinion of Amelia Bingham, an
actress. "Trunness, she said, is de desirable
sirable desirable not only in women but in men
as welL All women should avoid
slouchiness by wearing a corset. Why
shouldn't men wear a flexible one for
the same reason?"
OAK VALE
Oak Vale, March 23. Mrs. Lawton
Priest and daughter Hilma, of Morris Morris-ton,
ton, Morris-ton, returned home Sunday, after
spending a week with her father, sis
ters and brother at the M. A. Clancy
home.
Mr. W. H. Anderson has a truck in
which to. haul his farm produce, a
present from his son, Dr. Emmet An Anderson
derson Anderson of Atlanta. r
Mr. R. H. Reddick and mother, Mrs.
S. E. Reddick, and grandson Kirkland,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Reddick's
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
John Robinson of Archer. ;
Mr. Michael Clancy and sister Miss
Lonie, took their sister, Mrs. L. Priest
and daughter Hilma, of Morriston,
home Sunday. They all attended serv services
ices services in the morning and in the after-
noon called on Mrs. Boy Godwin.
Miss Lou Eva Anderson had as a
week-end guest Miss Lois Kaler of
Williston.
Mrs. W. F. King and Pear sail Lar-
son were Sunday dinner guests at the
home of the latter's brother H. A.
Larson of Williston.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson received word
last week of the death of her sister,
Mrs. Nan Paige of Tallahassee. Mrs.
Paige visited Mrs. Anderson a "few
weeks ago. We sympathize with Mrs.
Anderson in her loss. v
Mr. Patrick Anderson of Fort My Myers
ers Myers came Tuesday and is thinking of -locating
at Williston. ;
Miss Pearl Anderson is staying with
her brother, Mr. Maurice Anderson,
and wife, and attending the Williston
high schooL
Oak Vale, March 27, Mr. Michael
Clancy spent Saturday night at the
J. K. Harrison home, going fishing
with J. K. Jr. Saturday night.
Airs. R. IL Reddick, Mrs. S. Red
dick and Miss Lonie Clancy went to
Raleigh Friday afternoon and regis registered,
tered, registered, Mr. R. H. Reddick taking them
over and back, via Williston.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phinney and
two little daughters spent "Sunday
afternoon at the W. H. Anderson
nome. .. -,;r ;
Mr. Michael Clancy and sister, Miss
Lonie and Mrs. S. E. Reddick attended
preaching services at the Baptist
church, Wacahoota," Sunday.
Mrs. R. H. Reddick gave a party
Wednesday, celebrating the eighth
birthday of her daughter Mora. The
little guests were Genie and James
Mattair, Anna Mae Boyer, Lydia,
Avis, Arlin and Melba Huggins and
Helen and Sara Mattair, They spent
a happy afternoon and with games,
candy and cakes made a bright spot
m their little lives. Miss Mora re
ceived numerous presents.
Mr. Lionel Robinson and mother of
Williston spent Sunday with the JL
H Reddicks.
A fact frequently overlooked is that
the crude caveman had a cavewif e
who could lick her weight in wildcats.
The eyes seldom see temptation
when the nose is pressed firmly,
against the grindstone.
Uncle Joe mustn't think there was
anything personal in the world's de-1
termination to scrap its cannons.
Brady says there are few movie
people in jafl. But why knock our
American system of jurisprudence ?
A tip is merely an effort to buy a
quarter's worth of the waiter's good
opinion. -'-. :
There is a growing belief that dis discussion
cussion discussion cf the amount France arast
pay has only acadesic fctersct.



OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1922

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OCALA, FLORIDA

It seems to the Star that it is only
plain, ordinary, everyday common
sense for the people of Ocala to give
the road as much patronage as pos

sible. If it can be kept m operation

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN

Did any of you know the classic
countenance and the imperious domi dominance
nance dominance of the Lame Lion of Virginia,

jiong enough for settlers to come in! the late John W. Daniel?

II. J. Blttlaser, Hreldent
U. D. Larsod, Vlc-PrelIet
P. V. LaveifoI, See re tar jr-Treaaurer
J. H. Uenjanln, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postofflce as
econd-clasa matter.
. TELEPHONES

Utiaiaem Office Kive-uae

Editorial Depart ate at
Society Heporter

and srive it local traffic, it will be an

advantage more to Ocala than to any
other place. Our people had better
pay attention to this matter before it
is too late.

Two-Serea

Klve-Oae

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One year, in advance $6 9

Since the violation of the federal

f statute against shooting aoes aiLer

Jan. 31 has besn discovered, thirteen
involuntary offenders have been
brought before Commissioner Will Williams,
iams, Williams, who has bound them over in the

sum of $100 to be present at the next j sat in that committee. Bryan was

Few, indeed, were those who could

over-match him in oratory or debate.
In pouring out upon his political op opponents
ponents opponents the unmeasured vitriol of his
wrath, he was almost without a peer,
in his day.
In the St. Louis convention at which

Judge Parker was nominated for the
presidency, it happened that Ben Till Till-t.an
t.an Till-t.an was chairman of the committee
to ,draft the national democratic
p'atform, and that Daniel and Bryan

ANTALOLTE KING ;
COMING TO MARION"!

here wa? ai.

county real estate;
the coming to our i

nptsifl:!! i:iry M tho

Morrill, i

Three months, in advance

Three months, in advance
One month. In advance .

2.00

1.50
.60

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Germany won't pay its debts; the
Turks are being given back their ter territory.
ritory. territory. Who won the war?
Sam Gompers approves of the coal
strike. That's natural. If it wasn't
for strikes, Sam would have to work
for a Jiving.

.session of the United States court.
We do not suppose any of them will be
punished very severely, as the fault is
far more that of the state officials
than the sportsmen. The federal game

warden says he spent some time in
Tallahassee during the last session of
the legislature, tryng to induce the
solons to pass a game law in harmony
with the federal statute. As has been
previously said in the Star, the House
of Representatives did pass such a
law, but the Senate amended it to ex extend
tend extend the season to Feb. 15. It seems
to the Star that both the governor and
the attorney general, not to speak of
the distinguished lawyers in the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, should have been aware of the
federal law, which has been in exist existence
ence existence for some time. It is their fault

and not that of the hunters that a
number of the latter unknowingly
broke the law.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

Among the warm admirers of Mr.
Bryan in 1915, when the Lusitania in incident
cident incident scared him out of Wilson's cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, was George Sylvester Viereck,
edior of the "Fatherland." How high highly
ly highly he praised Mr. Bryan for being too
conscientious to rebuke Germany for
cold-blooded assassination, we can all
remember.

In another column we print a letter
from Mr. William Hocker, in which
he comes out squarely for Bryan.
"There is no accounting for tastes,"
as the old woman said when she kissed
the cow, but how Mr., Hocker has
managed to work up thi4 sudden en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm for Bryan we do not know.
We are afraid that he has temporarily
quit the path the philosopher" should
tread, and has become an attorney

again, pleading Bryan's case with no
higher incentive than to beat Tram Tram-mell,
mell, Tram-mell, who- he (Mr. Hocker) doesn't
like. That pathetic anecdote he tells
about Daniel and Bryan, he would
- wither with merciless logic if he was
on the other side. -He knows very
, well Bryan was not a good sport in
asking that Daniel be allowed to con continue
tinue continue his denunciation. He knows it
was the only sensible thing Bryan
could do, any cheap politician could
and probably would have done the
same thing that it was a play to the
galleries and as we know Mr.
Hocker doesn't belong in the galleries,
we strongly suspect he had a laugh at
himself vas he wrote the story. Mr.
Hocker should be careful. The mushi mushi-ness
ness mushi-ness of Bryan, like pitch, gums up
those who touch it.

- The Star wishes to remind our bus business
iness business men of a promise a number of
them made a few weeks ago, but
which they are slow in fulfilling. We
refer to the Oklawaha Valley railroad,
to which they pledged as much busi business
ness business as they could give. So far they
have given it mighty little. The road
is doing fairly well at present. Re Receiver
ceiver Receiver Christiansen has put it on a
business basis, and trains, considering
meager equipment, are running with
reasonable regularity. Between the
Wilson Cypress Company and the
Rodman Lumber Company, its trains
have all they can do. But this timber
business is not going to last much
longer. Ere many months, the supply
will be exhausted. Then the road
must have other business or suspend.
That business can only come from Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka and Ocala. There are not enough
people along the line of the road to
give it traffic enough to keep it alive.
UNCLE-HANK

(Evening Star March 29, 1902)
Pursuant to notice previously given
the farmers' institute was held in
Ocala at the court house today, the
meeting being called to order by
President Gaitskill of the State, Fair
Association.
Angus Birdsey of the East Florida
Seminary at Gainesville is in the city
visiting his mother.
Miss Blanche Lindner of Anthony
was shopping in the city today.
Israel Brown of Tallahassee, a for former
mer former townsman of ours, is in the city.
Frank Ditto came down yesterday
from Jacksonville to spend the day in
Ocala.
Ocala Ten Y'ears Ago
(Evening Star March 29, 1912)
Arrangements have been completed

by which Milo Deyo will appear in
Ocala in connection with the Ocala
Choral Club on the evenings of April
11 and 12.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard is building for
the DuPont Powder Co. two maga magazines,
zines, magazines, one for powder and one for dy dynamite,
namite, dynamite, some distance from the
Elitchton hard -road about a mile
northwets of the city limits.
In Dr. J. C. Boozer's office at the
Commercial Bank appear some gar garden
den garden products which are unusual for
this section of the country. There are
two fine specimens of kohlrabi, a veg

etable of the cabbage family, grown
by Mr. George MacKay. Another ex exhibit
hibit exhibit is a fine bunch of rubarb of the
crimson variety, which is very rare in
the South.

HONOR PUPILS OF THE
PRIMARY SCHOOL

The following pupils of the primary
school have been present every day
during the month and have been per perfect
fect perfect in spelling:
Elise Shepard, Mabel Atkinson,
Claudie Cook, Eloise Griffin, Charles
Hunnicutt.
The following pupils have been ab absent
sent absent only one day and perfect when
present:
Katie Hareldine, Charles Ahearn.

there contending with great vigor for

certain things which Daniel opposed,
and a running debate between them
ensued; finally, Daniel got the floor,
and with withering scorn opened up

the vials of his wrath on Bryan, and
reproached the latter with having
twice wrecked the democratic party
merely to gratify personal ambition.
Daniel's remarks became so bitter

rhat the chairman interrupted his tor- J

rents of personal denunciation and
celled him to order; at which point
Bryan rose calmly from his seat and
sf id: "Mr. Chairman, I ask that the
gentleman from Virginia be permitted
to continue his remarks."

Since that day I have had a warm
spot in my heart for the Hon. W. J.
Bryan. He is a good sport; and I
extend him friendship and greeting,

as a citizen of Florida.

Thus I was made to know that Bry Bryan
an Bryan was a big man and sincere in his
purposes, and anxious that free dis discussion
cussion discussion of all public questions be in indulged,
dulged, indulged, With utter disregard of his in individual
dividual individual feelings; that no pride of
oj.inion surmounted his love for his
country, whose interests were ever
piomoted by untrammeled debate upon

public questions.
The man who was big enough to
dominate national democracy for
eight years, and who had twice led the
vanguard of its hosts in defeat, was
thus found to lay aside all personal
pride and egotism in order that the
good of his party and his nation could"
be promoted by what of truth the
wrath of the senator from Virginia
might bring forth.
It is a great honor to any man to
sit in the Senate of the United States
of America; the biggest and the best
are none too big, or too good, to cope
with its vast responsibilities. There

the greatest and the purest may not
hope to gain the approval of all fac factions
tions factions and all classes, but he should
command the respect of the world;
and, despite all popular clamor, be
content to go to his death fighting un under
der under the glorious standards of truth.

I believe Mr. Bryan has the inter interests
ests interests of rural people too much at heart
to tolerate legal recognition of special
advantages to union labor, for he well
knows that no compensating advant advantages
ages advantages can be made available to nearly
fifty millions of our rural people.
In behalf of our farmers and rural
producers, I look to Mr. Bryan for
justice, not favor; and let us hope
that, as junior senator from Florida,
he may make every citizen proud of
the state and the nation as he sits in
that august body, where none will
surpass him in honor, in independence
and in intellect.
If any should deny him rank among
the best of his fellows in that body,
none can be found to rate him among
th3 weakest.
Florida, I love you; and I am for
Bryan! Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.
Ocala, Fla., March 29, 1922.

louring the p
sale of Marion
chat, will nit an

v-ouniy oi ine cs

i'r.ited Stales. Col. Roland

of Ber.tcn Ha; tor, Michigan. '.
Cel. Morrill 'has bought 21G acres
A the Griffin farm on the Dunnellon I
ro'.d north of the place now being j
farmed by Mr. Berry Carter. j
Cel. M ox rill ha- two farms at Ben-!
ton Harbor, and one at Constantine,
nich., on which be raises his famous j
"Heart of Gold" cantaloupe that has j
brt-ught him both fame and money.!
lie will tak? possession of this farm
November 1st, and start in on hisj
work of raising his famous melon in!

Mr.rion county. He will put up build build-:n;s
:n;s build-:n;s necessary for the work, and an
r.uvnt of tools of th-3 most modc-rn
fypc. He expects to spend at least
1 5.00'J on the place, and in raising
this crop.
Col. Morrill travsted at least 3000
miles through Florida trving to find

he best location for his business, and j
he traveled in his house on wheels, I
i
"Noah's Aik." he took his time and
vxamined carefully every section, then!
crane back to Marion. He is very en-'
thusiastic over ou-- county and much!
surprised that we do rv t realize bet-j
ter what vre h-ive the best in th'- j
state. j
We feel sure that Col. Morrill will j

be the cause of more men of his type
coming to cur section. Oar section is
"a be congratulated on having such
rr-en come to Marion county, after
having looked over the rest of Florida.

WILLIAMS' HEVS STAND
NEW LOCATION
Now in the Harrington Hall
block, next to Ocala Gas
Company's office
All icily Newspapers, Maga Magazines,
zines, Magazines, Periodicals
Tobacco, Cgars, Cgarettes
OBWW.JkMCMMMMaaaMnBBlnaBaBBBaBaBjaBBBBBBBBaBB
Complete line HOME-MADE
CANDIES, Etc. Cool
Drinks

Visit the Teapot Sell Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty ycj will like it. tf

r Apalachitrola selt ct oysters tvery
day, 60 cents a quart. $2.00 a gallon.

City Fish Market. Phone 1581 tf

I C V. Roberts & Co. j
FUNERAL DIRECTORS g
AND EMBALM ERS I

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Motor Equipment
Residence Phon 305
Office Phone ZbO, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

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Auto Repairing
Let us do your auto repair
work. We employ only
experienced mechanics, and you
don't pay for boys experiment experimenting
ing experimenting on your car. All work is
cash and every job guaranteed.
Our charges are 75 cents per
hour. We use only genuine
Ford parts in repairing Fords.
Save money fcy bringing us
your repair work.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
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121YV. Broadway. Phone 253

One lot of Crof
at So in dark tan.
& Sho.? O. Y. v

sett Brogue Oxfords
Guarantee Clothing
. B. O. D. 25-Gt

CLOSIXG UNTIL NEW
BUILDING IS COMFLETE

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 patronage
age patronage and hope that we will be able to
serve you in the future.
25-3t Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.

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.

It;

Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
UggtU & Mytrt Tobaci C.

,- litest v

New arrivals in Society Brand
Clothes in Imported Silver Gabardines
and large assortment of Tropicals.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M.
B. O. D. 4 25-6t

YOU'LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY
When you dine at this restaurant.
Many of the very best people in town
are our regular visitors. People to
horn price is no object come here by
preference. For they know that in

spue oi our moderate prices we serve
: n absolutely peifvct and well balanc balanced
ed balanced dinner. We shall ,be glad to see
you here.
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. ,sk the ilctel
Inspector

Plumbing & Eleclric Contractor
WILLIAM NEEDHAM
Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 2")2. cor. Oklawaha and Orange

DESTROY'S SLEEP

,20 for 18c n
10 for 9c y
Vacuum tins
f 50 45c

CIGARETTES
of Turkish z:id Domestic tobaccos blended

tap!

Many Ocala People Testify to This

Needham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing

We specialize on Ford
Reo repair work
Phone 252

You can't sleep at night
With aches and pains of a bad back.
When you have to get op from uri urinary
nary urinary troubles.
If the kidneys are at fault
Set thenrworking right with Doan's
Kidney Pills.
Here is Ocala proof of their merit.
H. G. McDavid, retired carpenter,
Henry and N. Osceola Sts., says: "I
suffered fiom bladder trouble. I was
compelled to get up often at night to
pass the kidney secretions and this
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feeling unrefreihed. I learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills and procured
some at Tydings & Go's, drug store,
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PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE

IMPORTANT NOTICE

A young feller should never pro pro-H)se
H)se pro-H)se to h! gal over th telephone until
he fs'sure he has tli right number.

The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for 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 METRIE Prop.
Full line of Fashion Park Clothes.
Every suit sold with a guarantee.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M.
B. O. D. 25-6t

Wall paper, spring catalogue, 1922
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Have Gotten It And They Are
Saving Money
We Make a Small Charge of Five Cents for Delivering Your
Groceries, and if the Order Amounts to'$5.00or Over We De Deliver
liver Deliver Free of Charge, lou Save the 5c on a Couple of Items.

We take Telephone Orders and put the Goods up and Deliver them. If the Order is less
than $5.00 we make a Charge of Ten Cents for Putting the Goods up and Delivering them. If
the Order is for More than $5.00 we get them up and make Delivery Free. Make Money by Get Getting
ting Getting in a Large Order Once a Week. You save Around 10 per cent. So on a $5.00 Order
You will Clear Around 50c. Worth picking up.

HERE IS A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR REGULAR PRICES:

7c

45c
48c
22c
30c
41c
29c

Granulated Sugar, pound
Kingan's Peerless Creamery
Butter, pound
Kingan's Sliced Bacon, pound
box
Kingan's Plantation Breakfast
Bacon, pound
Full Cream Cheese, pound
Seal Brand Coffee.
Chase & Sanborn's No. 46 Cof Coffee,
fee, Coffee, pound --

Chase & Sanborn's High Grade
Coffee-...-- 39c
The last two Coffees are pack packed
ed packed in parchment bags and
you do not have to buy

costly tm cans.
Argo Salmon
Royal Scarlet Sardines
Small Blue Karo Syrup
Large Blue Karo Syrup
Small Red Karo Syrup
Large Red Karo Syrup
Log Cabin Syrup, 30c, 60c and
Wesson's Oil, pint

31c
17c
11c
25c
12c
35c
$1.20
28c

Wesson's Oil, quart..
Baby Cream, tin Bess ......
Tall Cream, tin Bess..
Rumford Baking Powderl..,.
Rumford Baking Powder.
Calumet Baking Powder. ....
Keliogg's Corn Flakes ....
Postoasties
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg
Cream of Wheat......
Quaker Rolled Oats.. .... ....
Lighthouse Washing Powder
.package.
Octagon Soap, large....
J. E. M. Flour, the highest
grade flour we have ever
sold, 12-pound bag..-.--"
J. E. M. Flour, 24-pound bag..
Small Bread, loaf.
Large Bread, loaf. ----

Uneeda Biscuit. -

55c
05c jg
10c ?g
16c
28c H
25c &
. 09c
09c g
ISc
25c i
12c fp

04c
06c

75c
1.50
08c
12c
06c

Uneeda Lunch Biscuit 06Kc

All 8c Cakes and Crackers,. G6J4C
All 15c Cakes and Crackers.. 12Vfcc

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CHAPTER VI!.
That Isabelle's madness would run
its full gamut did not occur to Harriet
until the next day. Then, as the serene
hours moved by, and there was no
word and no sign from Richard, the
possibilities bean to suggest them themselves.
selves. themselves. It seemed to her incredible
that any woman would risk all that
Isabelle had for the sake of a fiery
boy's first love, and yet, on the other
hand, there was the memory of Isa Isa-belle's
belle's Isa-belle's suffering two nights ago, and
here were the amazing facts to prove
it.
It was for few women to enjoy the
popularity Isabelle had known. But
any woman might run away with a rich l
admirer. Harriet's admiration for the j
cleverness with which Isabelle con-!
ducted this pretty playing with fire
disappeared, and in its place came the
sharp conviction that old-fashioned
women like Linda had some justifica justification,
tion, justification, after all; it was "dangerous," it
did "lead to sin," it could indeed, "hap "happen
pen "happen once too often."
Harriet felt her own lapsing moral morality
ity morality regaining its standard. Just now,
when Nina most needed her mother,
when Richard was struggling with dif difficult
ficult difficult business conditions, when Ward
was engaged
She Interrupted her thoughts here,
and tried to make herself feel like a
woman engaged to be married. Some Somehow
how Somehow the fact persisted in baffling her.
There was an unreality about it that
prevented her from tasting the full
sweet. Engaged to a rich man, and a
rich man's son. Well, perhaps when
Ward came back, it would seem more
believable.
She had been standing at one of the
hall windows, a window deep set in
the brick wall, and commanding
through elms and beeches the path to
the tennis court. Hands pressed her
eyes tight, she came back to the pres present
ent present moment with a start. Ward Car Carter
ter Carter was behind her. He laughed at her
confusion, and they sat down on the
window seat together. Yes, he was
going back to the Bellamys', and so
was Blondin, but they had both come
in Just for lunch and the drive.
Instantly he brought reassurance to
her. Ward was such a dearl Of
course she loved him.
"But you weren't a very good boy
last night !" she said. Their hands were
locked ; but she had shaken a negative
when he would have kissed her.
"Rotten I" he confessed, easily. "I
played poker, too. No man ought to
do that when he's edged. Sorry sor sorry
ry sorry sorry. Listen. When we're mar married
ried married it's all off. No smoking, drinking,
gambling, wine, women, or song,
whatr
"You may not know it, but you never
spoke a truer word !" the girl said. His
shout of laughter was pleasant to hear.
"Listen. Does Mother know it?
About u, I mean?"
"Oh, Ward nobody knows it!
Hush P His mention of his mother
brought back realization with a rush,
and she added uncomfortably, "She's
at Great Barrington."
"Oh, darn! I wanted to see her!
She wrote me, and told me she loved
me, and that she didn't think she had
been a very good mother to me !" He
laughed, youthfully, with a bewildered
widening of his eyes. "I thought she
was sick. Well, maybe we can stop
there going back."
"Where did you leave Mr. Blon-
din?"
"He beat it down to the tennis
court. Say, listen, is there a chance
that he's stuck on Nina? It looks to
me like what the watch comes in !"
Harriet glanced at her wrist before
she answered him. Her heart was
sick within her. Close upon her' radi radiant
ant radiant dream had come this shadow, far
more a shadow now, when her respon responsibility
sibility responsibility had infinitely increased, and
when she had had proof of the love
and respect in which they held her
here.
"I don't think so!" she said, briefly.
"Ill find Bottomley. and have lunch
put ahead."
"You don't like him!" Ward said,
watching her closely.
"I don't like him for Nina!" she
amended.
The boy followed her while she gave
her order. Then they went out Into
the blazing day together.
"Nina Isn't going to have more
than a scalp a day," said her brother,
fraternally.
"Nina has a fortune!" the girl re remarked,
marked, remarked, dryly, opening her wide white
parasol.
"Lord, he could marry a girl with
ten times that! Look here, you don't
think a man like Blondin would con consider
sider consider that!" he protested.
"I would rather see Nina dead and
buried!" The words burst from Har Harriet
riet Harriet against her will, against her prom promise
ise promise to Royal. There was no help for
it, her essential honesty would have
its way.
"Talk to him!" Ward, fortunately,
was not inclined to take her too seri seriously.
ously. seriously. "You'll like him! Gosh, he
certainly has a good effect on me."
added the youth, modestly. "He
doesn't drink, and he talks to me
you ought to hear him! about char character
acter character being fate, and all that! Say,
listen, before we get out of the
woods ?"
His sudden sense of her nearness
"and beauty belled the careless words.
Harriet found his arms tight about
her. her face tipped up to the young,
handsome face that was stirred now
with trembling excitement. The quick
movement of his breast she could fael

against her own. and the passion of
his kisses almost frightened her; she
was held, bound, half-lifted off her
feet
"Ward!" she gasped, freed at last,
and wkh one hand to her disordered
hr.lr. while the other held him at
irm's-length. "Dear! Please!"
it no nse. aoni ana senses were
enveloped again, and close to her ear
she heard him whisper: "I'm mad
about you! Do you know that? I'm
mad about you!"
"I think you are!" she stammered,
breathless and laughing. "You mustn't
do that You mustn't do that Why,
we might be seen !"
Breathless. -too, he flnng back his
hair, and stooped to pick up her para parasol.
sol. parasol. "Do you think I care!" he panted,
Indifferently. "I wouldn't care If the
whole world saw !"
"Sh sh !" By the magic only
known to youth and womanhood Har Harriet
riet Harriet had gathered herself into trim trim-ness
ness trim-ness and calm again. She took her
parasol composedly. Her eyes told
him the whole story. Nina and Royal
Blondin were two hundred feet away,
coming up from the tennis court.
"You fool fool fool she said to
herself. What had they seen? What
new twist to the situation would
Nina's suspicions afford? Richard
Carter trusted her; this was no time
to tell him that she loved his son.
Did she love Ward? or with his keen
and kindly eyes would Ward's father
sct exactly what she saw In the mar marriage?
riage? marriage? Caught kissing in the woods woods-like
like woods-like Rosa or Gernialne ; It was un unthinkable!
thinkable! unthinkable! How she had weakened
her position here How she had
risked her heart contracted with
pain severing of her association with
Crownland.
Luncheon, under Its veneer of
gnfpty and foolishness, offered fresh
terrors. For old Madame Carter had
come down, and it occurred to Harriet
that If Nina had seen anything in the
wood, she might naturally Interest
her grandmother with an account of
it. The old lady would go instantly
to her son. And Richard Harriet
could Imagine him, tired, harassed,
heartsick over the recent Inexplicable
weakness of his wife, having to face
another woman's treachery, having to
listen to the demure announcement of
the little secretary's engagement to
his son.
He was experiencing the 'most over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming shock of all his life now;
he must shortly be exposed to all the
whirl of scandal: the silenced gossip,
the averted eyes of his world, the
weeklies with their muddy Insinua Insinuations,
tions, Insinuations, the staring fact headlined above
his breakfast bacon. This was her
time to efface herself and the house household,
hold, household, to help him to lift the load.
"I'm afraid I wasn't listening, Mr.
Blondin?"
"Miss Nina and I want to know
what day we may have our party?"
Royal repeated.
"The studio party?"
"The roof-garden party. We're go going
ing going to have it from half-past six to
half-past seven only, because then It
won't be too hot."
"Why not have It at night, with lan lanterns?"
terns?" lanterns?" Harriet said, quite Involun Involuntarily..
tarily.. Involuntarily.. And again a pang of self-contempt
swept over her. It was hateful,
it was Incredible, but she was playing
his game as. calmly as if doubts and
reluctance had never entered her
heart.
At four o'clock Richard came home,
and the Instant Harriet saw his face
she realized, with a shock even sharp sharper
er sharper than the original moment of in-
1 credulity, that he had had no success
in his search. He was alone. His
face was drawn and gray, he looked
hot and rumpled and utterly weary;
more, he who had always been the
pink of well-groomed perfection
looked old. He asked Bottomley
briefly if Madame Carter was In her
room, and, being informed that she
was, went hastily upstairs.
It was to the old lady's beautiful
sitting room that Harriet was sum summoned
moned summoned a few minutes later. She knew
at once that he had told his mother
all he knew and feared.
Madame Carter was shockingly agi agitated.
tated. agitated. She had a deep sense of the
dramatic, but she was not entirely act acting
ing acting now. Her face was pale under Its
rouge, and the painful tears of age
stood In her eyes.
"Miss Field!" said Madame Carter,
"we have Just had a most terrible a
i most unexpected blow!"
j Harriet simulated expectancy.
I "There is every reason to believe,"
i pursued Madame Carter, majestically.
"that my unfortunate daughter-in-law,
Mr. Carter's wife, Isabelle, has yield yielded
ed yielded to the passion of her lover! No,
let me talk, Richard," she interrupted
i herself, as the man raised haggard
i eyes to watch her impersonally, "far
j better to face the facts, my dear! My
j son tells me. Miss Field the the
i well-nigh Incredible statement that
forgetting the honor of womanhood.
and the tender claims of maternity
"Miss Field." Richard did not have
the manner of Interruption, but his
quiet voice dominated the other voice
none the less. Madame Carter fell si silent,
lent, silent, and watched him with mournful
pride. "Miss Field," he said, "we
want your help. The facts are these:
Williams had all the roads watched;
they did not go by motor. Mrs. Car Carter
ter Carter reached New London at five o'clock
yesterday ; Pope's boat, the Geisha,
pulled out at haif-past six. From
what Williams' men picked up, at the
dock. Poo did not expert her. was t

have sailed this morning. She ar arrived,
rived, arrived, and evidently he thousht It wise
to hurry their start. The pier had a
dozen boxes for the Geisha on it, gro groceries
ceries groceries and what not, that they left
behind! They will probably skirt the
roast for a few days, and pnt In
somewhere for supplies. But that"
he passed his hand wearily across his
forehead "that doesn't concern us
now. We got there at ten last night
hours too late, of course." His oIee
fell, he mused, with a knitted brow.
"Well!" he said suddenly recalling
himself. "Now. Miss Field, I want
you to get hold of Ward. I want the
boy home at once! He must know.
But there is of course a chance that
Mrs. Carter is is planning to return.
There may be a woman friend with
her it's not probable, but it's possi possible.
ble. possible. I don't want any one in the
house, or out of it, to suspect, and If
you think it is possible, I should like
Nina protected!"
"I understand," Harriet said, quiet quietly.
ly. quietly. She crossed the hall, and for the
first time in four years entered Isa Isa-belle's
belle's Isa-belle's suite unannounced. It was In
exquisite order; streams of late after afternoon
noon afternoon light were falling on the gay
walls and the bright chintzes. The
novels Isabelle had been skimming,
the gold service of her dressing table,
the great four-poster with its deeps ot
transparent white embroideries over
white, all spoke of the beautiful wom woman
an woman who had spent so many hours here.
On the dressing table, with Its splen-

"The Geisha, Pulled Out at Half Past
Six."
did length doubled in the mirror, was
the great fan that her hand had Idly
wielded, only a few days ago. In an
hour of domestic felicity and happi happiness
ness happiness What to tell Nina? she wondered,
going downstairs. But Nina proved
pleasantly indifferent to the maternal
absence when she and Amy came up
from the tennis court for tea. To the
guest or two who came calling Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, Installed quite naturally now be behind
hind behind the cups and saucers, explained
that Mrs. Carter was visiting with
friends having a beautiful time, too,
apparently.
Perhaps Nina suspected that some something
thing something was unusual. She looked from
her father to Harriet, and after a
moment's silence asked abruptly
"When is Mother coming back?"
"I don't know!" her father an answered,
swered, answered, quickly.
"Say, listen ; are we going to dress?"
asked Amy. Nina, instantly diverted,
suggested that they go in. Nina's
awkward bigness and Amy's mousy
neutral tones were as well displayed
in one garment as another, but both
girls debated over pinks and blues,
crepes and mulls, every evening, as
if the world was watching them alone.
Harriet lingered for only a word.
"Mr. Carter, it occurred to me that
old Mrs. Singleton Is going to Cali California,
fornia, California, in her own car, tomorrow.
I was wondering if we might con confide
fide confide in Mrs. Singleton she was al always
ways always very fond of Mrs. Carter and
cive out the impression that Mrs. Car Carter
ter Carter had suddenly decided to make the
trip with her."
"That's an idea," Richard said,
thoughtfully. "I could see Mrs. Sin Singleton
gleton Singleton tonight and and talk it over."
"It might serve for only a few
days," Harriet submitted.
"Yes, I see," he agreed, slowly.
"Well, I can give Nina a hint now !'
Harriet said, going.
But it was too late for any soothing
deception of Nina. A scene was In
full progress In Nina's bedroom, and
Harriet's eye had only to go from
the prone form on the bed to the
crushed newspaper that had drifted to
the floor, to know that the secret was
out. Isabelle's face, radiant and hap happy,
py, happy, looked out from the page. It was
flanked by two smaller pictures, Rich Richard's
ard's Richard's and Anthony Pope's. Harriet
could see the big letters: "Young
Millionaire Wife of Richard Carter."
The deluge was upon them.
"Oh it's a lie it's a lie! My beau beautiful
tiful beautiful little mother!" Nina was sob sobbing.
bing. sobbing. "Oh, no. it's not true! It's a
lie! Oh, how shall I ever hold up my
head again to be disgraced now
just when I'm so young and ha-h-happy
!"
"Nina, my child, control yourself!"
Harriet, ignoring the staring and pale pale-faced
faced pale-faced Amy, sat down on the edge of
the bed. and shoo!: the girl slightly.
"You mustn't give way! Come now,
my denr. you must face this like a
woman. Think how yoir father and
Ward will to you
Acting, all of ir. .-aid Harriot in her
u;;l. lint despite the youthful appe appe-tite
tite appe-tite for heroics, there were real tears
:n Nina's eyes, as there had been In
her grandmother's a few hours ago.
"Yes. that's true!" she said, wiping
; swollen face on the handkerchief
Harriet suppled. "But oh I don't be be-litve
litve be-litve it. and my father will sue them
'ir libel, you see if he doesn't! My
; (other's the purest and sweetest and
!nwt -t.'-if n M'ive nnd I'll kill any one
who says any different!" -. r
(Continued Tomorrow)

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QCALA QCCUHREHGES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. Norman Home was a visitor to
Williston yesterday.
New things in street and theatrical 1
footwear for ladies at the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O.D. 6t
For high blood pressure, heart,
liver and stomach troubles see Dr.
Kiplinger, Ocala House. 29-6t
Mr. J. S. Grantham, the Fort McCoy
merchant, accompanied by Mrs. Gran Grantham,
tham, Grantham, is among the visitors in the city
today.
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 fo Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Butternut Bread. 25-tf
Don't forget that the time in which
to pay your polL taxes is short. This
especially applies to the women vot voters.
ers. voters. Mr. W. W. Stripling is the man
to see and take your money.
If youll 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
Mr. Paul Simmons has returned
from attending the Rotary convention
in Savannah. Mrs. Simmons and
daughter will remain two weeks long longer,
er, longer, visiting friends.
New things in street and theatrical
footwear for ladies at the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O.D. 6t
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
Dr. R. D. Ferguson of Fairfield is
among the prominent visitors in the
city today., He was kept busy for a
while explaining to some of his friends
several fishing incidents in which he
was the principal actor recently on
Orange Lake.
"Dodge touring car, good tires,
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After a visit of over two months in
Ocala, the guest of her parents, Mrs.
Joseph Rowntree and little daughter,
left today for her home in Waterloo,
Iowa. Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken ac accompanied
companied accompanied them as far as Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville remaining in that city until to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.
The word BUTTERNUT baked into
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it is the best. Made only by Carter's
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There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
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Ocala will lose one of her well well-liked
liked well-liked young men on April 1st when'
Mr. T. F. Bridgeland leaves his posi position
tion position a3 bookkeeper for George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay & Company and returns to his
home in Tarpon Springs. Mr. Bridge Bridge-land
land Bridge-land has been in Ocala for a year or
more and has made for himself many
f riends who are sorry to see him leave

but who will wish him success in his
new work in Tarpon Springs. Mr. L.
W. Ponder, formerly with the Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay company, but now bookkeeper for
the Ocala Iron Works, will return to
his old position with the MacKay com
pany on April 3rd. The iron works
will miss the efficient work of Mr.
Ponder but it's an ill wind that blows
nobody good, and the iron works' loss
is the MacKay company's gain.
Boyd James Stone, the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Stone, died yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. The funeral serv services
ices services were held this morning at eleven
o'clock at the Cotton Plant church.
Interment was made in the Cotton
Plant cemetery. Rev. Koestline of
Dunnellon officiated. Little Boyd was
the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Stone.
The many beautiful floral offerings
that covered the little new made grave
showed the esteem of the friends of
the family. C. V. Roberts & Co. had
charge of the arrangements.
The W. C. T. U. held its monthly
meeting Tuesday afternoon, at 3:30
o'clock, at the home of the president,
Mrs. W. T. Gary. There was a good
attendance of members and much im important
portant important business was transacted and
new work planned. After the busi business
ness business meeting a short social session
was held. Refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Miss Ethel Turner of Terra Ceia, is
visiting friends at Sparr this week.
Miss Turner is quite prominent in the
Florida Assembly of Rebekahs and is
at present .grand warden of that or organization.
ganization. organization. While in Ocala yesterday
she made an official call upon Grand
Secretary M. M. Little of the Florida
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows.
Rev. and Mrs. Chapman of Macon,
Ga., who have been visiting Mrs.
Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
W. Meadows on Watula street, expect
to leave tomorrow for home. Rev. and
Mrs. Chapman have many friends in
Ocala and it is always a pleasure to
have them in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keidel and
son, Mrs. Ernest Keidel and daughter,
Mrs. Edmund Sattle, of Baltimore,
who have been spending some time at
Fort Myers arrived in Ocala this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and are registered at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Keidel are
uncle and aunt of Mrs. Christian Ax.
Dr. A. L. Izlar was her today from
Clermont and took home with him
Mrs. Izlar, who has been a guest of
the Marion county hospital for some
weeks, and who is much improved in
health.
Mrs. S. L. Ballinger, Mrs. R. F.
Parker, Mrs. Mabel Bell and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, all of Bluefields, W. Va., who have
been guests of the Layton Hotel for
the last two months, left yesterday
for home.
Trusten Drake Jr., a student at
Chestnut Hill Academy, Philadelphia,
arrived home last wek to spend the
fen-day spring holiday with his par-
jents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake.

The better you care for

r 'r-v-i.? vour eves the better
Tyour eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
UNCLASSIFIED
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u'iir reg-u'iir advertising accounts.

FOR SALE Jersey cow with calf .! melodramatic situation and requiring
Apply 123 N. Sanchez street. 29-6tjbut five people to make it complete

FOR SALE Five passenger Dodge
touring car in good order. Cheap.
Apply to C. M. Livingston, Ocala
House, Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
FOR RENT Nice clean rooms, $3 a
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; 2V2 miles west of Sum Sum-merfieki.
merfieki. Sum-merfieki. J. D. LeMay, Route A,
Box 17. Good buildings. Come and
see the property. 27-6t
FOR SALE Nine room house, con conveniently
veniently conveniently located, good condition,
SoSOO; cash consideration only. For
particulars address P. O. Box 291,
Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
FOR SALE Horse, cows, wagon
buggy an 1 harness. Excellent 7-year
old mare, formerly owned and rais
ed 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
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
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
ward. 24-6t
FOR RENT Five room cottage par
tially 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 Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
WANTED TO RENT Four of five five-room
room five-room bungalow or cottage; give
full description and price. Address
211 East 17th St., Jacksonville,
Fla. 22-9t
HOUSE FOR RENT Five rooms and
bath; all modern conveniences; also
large attic; at 905 S. Lime St. Ap Apply
ply Apply J. Heisler, 950 Lake Weir ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 28-3t
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern government
ment government 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
FOR SALE 500 bushels of corn in
the ear; 1000 bushels Porto Rico
yams; unlimited quantity potato
slips. See J. H. J. Counts, P. O.
BOX 257. 3-18-12t
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
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.
FOR SALE Holstein bull calves by
ie?istered bulls from dams milking
up to CO pounds. The calves are
weaned and drinking skim milk and
if properly cared for will make ton
bulls and get calves from your
fiade cows which will produce ten
j ounds more milk per day than their
.lams. If you want to raise dairy
cows now is the time to get started.
Anthony Farms, Anthony. 4-10t eod
FOR SALE Poland China and Duroc
hogs from registered stock, open
and bred. Gilts and sows at ten
cents per pound. As good breeding
as can be found. Some heavy with
pij:. All inoculated. Address An Anthony
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THE BUBBLE PLEASED
A JACKSONVILLE AUDIENCE j
(Times-Union, 19th)
The Bubble, a comedy-drama in
three acts, by Louis Mann, offered
with Maurice Morris in the role -of
the delicatessen dealer, was enjoyed
at the Duval theater last night by a
small audience. It is likely that few
understood just what was being
brought here, for the play is one that
has pleased in many cities and will
always hold the attention of intelli intelligent
gent intelligent auditors anywhere. The appre appreciation
ciation appreciation evidenced last night at the
Duval was complimentary to the play players
ers players and to the audience, for it is a
simple story, told without a single
and satisfactory. The five people
must be capable to tell the story in
terestingly; every part' a character
study and every line, word and ges
ture in the right place. The story is
not particularly different in general
detail from many a tale of confidence,
trust and betrayal in finance. The
delicatessen merchant who after
twenty-five years has accumulated
$25,000, and when tempted by a vil vil-lian
lian vil-lian to risk it in a wildcat mining
scheme, practically loses his head and
is rapidly becoming the most abject
slave to riches, when the bubble
bursts. Through the friendship of a
newspaper man who has gotten a line
on the crooked broker the little for fortune
tune fortune is rescued, although the merch
ant doesn't know it until after he has
given up the money as lost. The bank
er and broker is tricked into disgorg
ing a bit of money, before his place
is closed by the federal authorities,
and everything ends well.
Maurice Morris is one of the most
delightful character actors on the
American stage today atid his work
as Gustav Mueller is without flaw.
Throughout the three acts of the
play he is the shop-keeper, with his
thoughts divided between his store,
his wife and his daughter. The audi
ence last night was thoroughly ap appreciative
preciative appreciative of Mr. Morris' work and his
scenes were frequently applauded.
Madeline Hartford, as Emelia, Muel Mueller's
ler's Mueller's wife, is in her way as capable
and clever as Mr. Morris. Lester
Paul, as Mahlen, is excellent and Ber Ber-nice
nice Ber-nice Kelley very prettily plays the
daughter Rose, who tries to be obedi obedient
ent obedient but cannot help loving Dick Gra Graham.
ham. Graham. In the role of the newspaper
man, Albert Lawrence is capable and
satisfactory. He does not have a great
deal to do, but in his work always
pleases. The play is adequately stag staged.
ed. staged. The engagement closed with the
performance last night.
Perhaps you have noticed that the
girls made immoral by the styles are
the ones you don't know.
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 AB LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 ran
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1 :17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 ta
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 :an
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
' ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leavf Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 cm
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
5:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25pm
7:10 am Dunnellon -Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
i0:15pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Temple Theater, Wiay Mgjtott,

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v. -,

DR. SEYMOUR INDICTED FOR

FIRST DEGREE MURDER i
Bushnell, March 29. The grand jury
yesterday returned an indictment for s
murder in the first degree against Dr.
E. H. Seymour of this place; also an
indictment for manslaughter against
the physician, and indictments charg charging:
ing: charging: manslaughter against Mrs. Ida
M. Whittington and her daughter,
Irene Whittington of Webster, all in
connection with the alleged murder of
an infant, whose body was found in a
pond about "two miles from Bushnell
a fortnight since. Mrs. J. Houshtoff,
who has been working for the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour family, also has been arrested by
Sheriff Coleman in this case, the sher
iff preferring a charge of first degree
murder against the woman. Her case
is expected to come before the grand
jury tomorrow.
Irene WTiittington is said to be the
mother of the child whose body, bear bearing
ing bearing wounds which physicians say
caused its death, was found in the
pond. Seymour is said to have been
the attending physician.
The two women and Seymour were
arraigned yesterday and pled not
guilty. A special venire of forty has
been drawn from which it is hoped to
select a jury for the trial of the two
Whittington women, which is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to begin next Tuesday. Their trial
wll be followed, it is understood, by
that cf Dr. Seymour.
There will be a considerable array
of legal talent at the trial, the state
being represented by State Attorney
G. W. Scofield of this circuit, and Ed Edwin
win Edwin W. Davis of Orlando, while the
defense will be represented by Attor Attorney
ney Attorney S. W. Getzen of this city, Col.
Thomas Palmer of Tampa, W. B.
Dickenson of Tampa, Judge J. C. B.
Koonce of Leesburg and W. L. Chil Chilton
ton Chilton of Bushnell.
The superintendent, teachers and
scholars of the industrial school en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a picnic at Silver Springs yes
terday.
Mr. Ray Hunt of Mobile is in Ocala
visiting his mother, Mrs. B. M. Hunt,
hi.s little son, and his sister, Mrs. J.
G. Parrish.
Fraternal Orders
:arion-dunn masonic, lodge
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR-
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
j Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
j held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
, welcome to visiting brothers.
! W. R. Pedrick, C. G
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
. m
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66JU

IN THREE ACTS
WITH
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MAURICE MORRIS, and a Broadway, New York, Cast
A LAUGH A MINUTE, AND SOMETIMES TWO

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200 Nights at the Booth Theater, New York jjf

Jacksonville Times-Union says: The
Played in Jacksonville.

ADMISSION: 50c, 77c, $1.00, $1.50, plus tax

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Phone 163

U NEED AS,
one package ............
UNEEDAS,
two packages..........
UNEEDAS,
three packages.;
OCTAGON SOAP,
one cake
OCTAGON SOAP,
three cakes
OCTAGON SOAP,
one dozen cakes
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP,
one cake ..............
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP,
three cakes
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP,
one dozen cakes
ARGO. SALMON
per can
Sugar Cane Syrup
pint bottles
Sugar Cane Syrup drawn
from barrel per gallon..
Campbell's Soup,
one can
Campbell Soups.
three cans
CORN FLAKES,
one package
CORN FLAKES,
three packages
POST TOASTIES,
one package
POST TOASTIES,
three packages
HEINTZ idar Vinegar
quarts

8c
15c
20c
20c
75c
7c
20c
75c
30c
12c
50c
12c
33c
10c
25c
10c
25c
38c

A general stock of groceries,
goods will cost

The Gift Shop
Factory Distributors
Pianos & Players

harrington Hall Corner
OCALA FLORIDA

DRESSMAKING
Having severed my connection with
former business associates, I have re
opened 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.
22-6t (Miss) Lizzie Smith.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it." tf

AN EASTER TREAT

MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.

WARREN, LTD.,
PRESENTS
Mr. Louis Mann's SensationallComedy-Drama

IBIUIBIBjLflii

CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
SHORTS, y. :
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
BEET PULP.
PURLNA SWEET FEED
OYSTER SHELL,
MICA GRIT,
BEEF SCRAPS.
PURINA
CHICKEN
CHOWDER,
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.

a good delivery service, and your
you no-more from us
NOTICE
The annual meeting of. the Bonita
Fishing Club, for the election of offi officers
cers officers 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.
J. II. Spencer, President.
Harvey Clark, Secretary. 23-tf
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special meeting of the stockholders of
the Marion County Creamery Com Company
pany Company is called for Monday, April 3rd,
at the courthouse at 2 p.m.
E. C. Beuchler, President.
H. L. Shearer, Secretary. 24-3t
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
Mar
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