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8am Riaea Tomorrow, 6:17; Seta, 6 :46. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 76
ITEIJD TO ATTEND
MEET AT ORLANDO
EiC DEAD ARE
11 AT HOME
FRAfB UP HEV7
TERMS FOR FORO
IS RISIIIG UP
Commercial Bodies Will Send Secre Secretaries
taries Secretaries and Representatives To
Capital Rem oral Conrention
Orlando, March 30. Sixty secre secretaries
taries secretaries and representatives' of chambers
of commerce in the state have been
invited to attend the capital removal
convention here April 6th. Members
of the Florida State Commercial Sec Sec-;
; Sec-; retaries Association will meet here -on
the morning of the convention to for formulate
mulate formulate a program for the convention
of that association in St. Petersburg
in Jane, and they have been extended
an invitation to be present at the cap capital
ital capital removal meeting.
COLLEGE OF CRIMINALS
Alleged by State Attorney Jones, To
Exist in Colorado
Orlando, March 30. State Attorney
Jones, returning here from Fort Lau Lauderdale,
derdale, Lauderdale, where he assisted in prose
euting the wiretappers, said today it
was discovered that confidence men
' have a college in Denver, Colo., for
teaching the trade and when a student
graduates he is given a diploma.
HIS LATEST SUN
IS SINKING FAST
Funchal, Madeira, 11:30 a. m., Mch
20. (By Associated Press). Former
Emperor Charles of Austria-Hungary,
gravely ill here, failed to maintain to
day the improvement noticed in his
condition yesterday afternoon and
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
DOESNT SUIT SINN FEIN
5 Dublin, March 30. (By Associated
Press). A large party of armed men
early this morning held up the staff of
the Freeman's Journal, smashed the
presses, threw gasoline on the floors
and stairs and set fire to the building
The staff of the newspaper was lib
erated after the fire was started.
TWINS OF CHICAGO
PASSED AWAY TOGETHER
Chicago, March. 30. Josepfa and
Rosa Blazek, Siamese twins, died in
a hospital here this morning, Josepfa'i
death occurred first and was followed
a few seconds later by the death o
his sister. Physicians had declared
early in the night in the event of the
death of one the other would die quick
ly, as their brother Frank, had refus
ed to permit an operation which would
sever their bodies. They had been in
the hospital for ten days. Josepf
was ill with yellow jaundice followed
iy nneumonia. Shortly before her
death Rosa became afflicted with
bronchitis. They were born in Czecho
Slovakia forty-two years ago. Rosa,
once married, leaves a son eleven years
GOV. HARDEE IN FAVOR
Miami, March 30. Governor Cary
A. Hardee declared himself most em emphatically
phatically emphatically in favor of reapportionment
of representation in the state legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, while here, according to an inter interview
view interview in the Miami Metropolis,' and de declared,
clared, declared, also, that if the voters adopt
the proposed amendment to the state
constitution providing for such reap reapportionment,
portionment, reapportionment, and the next legislature
should fail to enact a law in keeping
with it, he will promptly call a special
session of the legislature to enact the
ONE OF THESE DAYS
HE'LL REMAIN DEAD
London, March 30. A Central News
dispatch from Paris says that Lenine,
the Russian soviet premier, is dead,
and is published in Rome newspapers,
who treat it with reserve. Lenine has
been reported dead or seriously ill on
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
The word BUTTERNUT baked into
your loaf of bread is a guarantee that
it is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
Cambrai Arrived in New York Harbor
Yesterday Evening With Her
New York, March 30. The last bat
talion of soldier dead to be brought
home from the fields of France one
thousand and sixty in all were salut saluted
ed saluted by the guns of Forts Hamilton and
Wadsworth" when the army transport
Cambrai passed through the Narrows
yesterday afternoon with her precious
cargoFiags of escorting craft flew
at half mast and were dipped in sa
ute to the fallen warriors.
Forty-five thousand of those who
made the supreme sacrifice overseas
in the service of the United States
have now been brought back to their
homeland, and only about 100 more
bodies await shipment from England
and France. All of the others who
fell in battle or died behind, the lines
will 'continue to rest in foreign soil,
that being the wish of their relatives
Commemoration ceremonies for
those who died in uniform will be con
ducted Sunday in Brooklyn, where the
Cambrai dock-M- General Pershing is
to lead a parfade organized by war
veterans. In the procession will be
high naval and military officers, groups
of senators and congressmen, Mayor
Hylan and leaders in civil life.
FOUGHT IT OUT
WITH THEIR FISTS
San Francisco, March 30. (By the
Associated Press). Harry Leon Wil
son, nationally known author and
Theodore Criley, an artist, fought
duel last Saturday, according to the
San Francisco Examiner today. The
duel was fought in a sheltered glen
near Carmel, seventy miles from here,
at daylight. The weapons were fists
encased in riding gloves. Criley won.
The newspaper says the feud was of
long standing, arising from a quarrel
after a New Year's festivity.
FRADY WASN'T FEELING FIT
Miami, March 30. The habeas cor
pus hearing to release from jail here
Edgar C. Frady, under indictment for
first degree murder for- killing his
wife a month ago, begun last night
night in circuit court, was continued
until Monday morning. Frady was to
have gone on the stand last night but
on the way to the court room nearby
fainted and physicians ordered him
returned to the hospital ward in the
jail. He is suffering from a self-inflicted
wound in the throat.
OYSTER AND ICE CREAM
SUPPER AT REDDICK
The members of Millwood Lodge
No. 91, Knights of Pythias, have ar arranged
ranged arranged an oyster and ice cream sup supper
per supper at their new Castle Hall at Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, for Tuesday evening, April 4th.
Every one in the county is invited to
attend this big supper and help make
it a success. It is for the benefit of
the lodge. They have a magnificent
building that any town would be
proud of. Everybody go and enjoy
the evening in this new building with
the Reddick knights. The lodge will
have a short business meeting and
will have work in the rank of esquire.
Remember the place and rate, Red
dick, Tuesday evening, April 4th, be
ginning at six o'clock.
Miami, March 30. A verdict-of
guilty of first degree murder, with a
recommendation for mercy, was re
turned last night by the jury in the
trial of Charles Veber, accused of
killing Jack TigertaiL Seminole In
dian chief, following an argument
over the purchase of plumes. The
verdict automatically carries with it
a life sentence.
Blitchton, March 30. Rev. E. A.
Burnette will preach at the Baptist
church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
- Dr. J. Lindsay Davis of Irvine was
calling on the truck growers last
Miss Margaret Fant and Messrs.
Arch and Davis Fant spent the week weekend
end weekend at Flemington.
Messrs. James Sanders and Wilbur
Worthing visited Ocala Saturday.
The Jake Club will meet with Mrs.
F. E. Fant next Wednesday afternoon.
Two Intrepid Officers of the Port a
guest Nary Took Off from Lis Lisbon
bon Lisbon This Morning
Lisbon, March 30. (By Associated
Press). An attempted flight from
Lisbon to Pernambuco, Brazil, was
started this morning, naval Captains
Sasadura and Coutinho taking the sir
at seven o'clock. They hope to make
a trans-Atlantie passage of more
than 4000 miles in sixty hours flying
time, expecting to arrive in Brazil by
April 18th. The first stop will be at
the Canary Islands, thence by way
of the Cape Verde Islands and Fer
nando Noranha, a short distance
north of Pernambuco.
TO ITS NEW HOME
E. C. Jordan & Company began to today
day today moving their stock into their new
store on South Magnolia street, just
south of the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. Mr. Jordan bought this build building
ing building about a month ago and since that
time has renovated it and improved it
greatly. Among the improvements
made is a new and modern f ront with
plate glass how windows. The floor
has been lowered to the level of the
sidewalk and new fixtures and shelv shelving
ing shelving have been built. Mr. Jordan is
justly proud of his new store. In ad addition
dition addition to his already large stock of
gent's furnishings, Mr. Jordan will
carry a complete line of ladies' ready-to-wear
goods. In the course of a few
days the stock will be moved and
ready for business in the new location.
There is a wealth of ofiginal and
surprising fun in "The Bubble," the
ingenious comedy-drama by Edward
Locke, at the Temple theater on the
31st. "The Bubble" is a metropolitan
success, and delighted large audiences
in Chicago for six months. The play
from the outset frankly foretells a
pleasant outcome to each of the em
barrassments which befall the shrewd,
honest, highly temperamental deli delicatessen
catessen delicatessen dealer whose career is fol followed
lowed followed with so much sympathetic in interest.
terest. interest. FREE LECTURES ON
A VITAL SUBJECT
Captain W. H. Gillette, regional
consultant of the U. S. Public Health
Service, Washington, D. C, also rep
resenting the bureau of communicable
disease of the Florida State Board of
Health, has been sent to Ocala, in
connection with the health campaign
now being conducted by the federal
government and state boards of health
throughout the country for the eradi eradication
cation eradication of venereal diseases.
Through the courtesy of Mr. E. C
Bennett of the Temple theater and
Mr. W. J. Johnson of the colored the theater,
ater, theater, arrangements have been made
for a series of free lectures to be
given by Captain Gillette, to separate
audiences of men and women, visual
ized by medical moving pictures. It
is hoped that every man and women in
Ocala, both white and colored, will
take advantage of these lectures and
inform themselves of the necessity of
taking our boys and girls into our
confidence and inform them of the
great evils that now exist due to the
fact of the lack of sex education.
The lectures to the colored people
will be given at the colored theater
on Saturday of this week at 3:30 p.
m. for women only, and at 6:30 p. m.
for men only.
For the white people the lectures
will be given at the Temple theater
next Sunday at 3:30 p. m. for women
only and at 8 p. m. for men only. No
children under fourteen years of age
will be admitted. Don't forget that
these lectures are free.
In an interview with Captain Gil
lette he stated the conditions now pre
vailing in connection with these dis
eases can be counteracted largely
through educational methods. The so social
cial social evil is a cancer of the most dead deadly
ly deadly type and it is destroying the physi physical,
cal, physical, moral and mental fiber of human human-ity.
ity. human-ity. There are many no doubt whot re re-j
j re-j gard with cynicism any attempt to con
vey any information on the subject of
sex. but the fact remains that our
boys and girls are going to get this
information and if not from the proper
source then from evil sources. The
great prevalence of social diseases is
laregly. due to ignorance.
Some Members of the House Military
Committee Inclined to Give
Him a Show
Chattanooga, March 30. (By the
Associated Press) Some members of
the House military committee said to today
day today they believed Ford's offer for
Muscle Shoals would be reported fav favorably
orably favorably if he would agree to pay the
cost of condemnation of land over overflowed
flowed overflowed by construction of dam No. 3,
and would modify his contract as de defined
fined defined by the terms of the federal wa water
ter water power act, except that the 100 100-year
year 100-year lease be substituted for the fifty fifty-year
year fifty-year provision of the act. Members
of the committee and the Senate ag
riculture committee stopped here a
few hours en route to Washington,
after inspecting Muscle Shoals.
AUCTION PARTY AT HOME
OF MRS. ISRAELSON
Wednesday afternoon the home of
Mrs. Max Israelson on Wenona street
was the attractive setting for a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant afternoon at auction. The small
reception hall, long living room and
dining room, where the .tables were
placed, were tastefully decorated for
this special occasion. A dainty spring
color scheme of pink and white was
carried out with quantities of flowers,
the light colors of the flowers making
a pretty contrast to the dark green
of the fern with which the maatles
were banked, and long sprays of the
same being used on the buffet, serv serving
ing serving table, etc. Tail silver vases filled
with long-stemmed pink roses and
low bowls of pink and white sweet
peas were used exclusively.
j The hostess cordially welcomed the
guests as they arrived, Mrs. William
Wolff ; assisting her in looking after
their pleasure during the afternoon.
Ther were eight tables, four in the liv living
ing living room and four in the dining room,
the players locating their places and
partners by means of pretty tally
cards decorated -with spring flowers.
In these delightful surroundings the
afternoon hours were pleasantly and
quickly passed. After four rounds of
auction the scores were collected and
the hostess presented two of the
guests of the afternoon with pretty
remembrances of the ocacsion, Mrs.
O. E. Cox receiving a tea cloth with
four tea napkins to match, and Mrs.
Harry Walters was given a Maderia
At the conclusion of the games the
tables were covered with tea cloths
and delicious refreshments were serv served
ed served in two courses, consisting of chick chicken
en chicken salad, wafers, salted nuts and
olives, ice cream, cake and mints, the
last course carrying out the., color
motif. Pretty little bouquets of maid maidenhair
enhair maidenhair fern and sweet peas on the
plates of the last course were taken
as favors by the guests. The hospi
tality of the hostess, the pretty sur
roundings and the attention to detail
in all the appointments made this af affair
fair affair one of the most delightful of the
larger social functions of this spring.
The players of the afternoon wers
Mrs. G. C. Sheppard, Mrs. W. A.
Wilds, Mrs. R. N. Dosh, Mrs. B. F.
Condon, Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mrs.
William Hocker, Mrs. E. G. Lindner,
Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs. O. L.
Briggs, Mrs. W. D. Sheppard, Mrs.
John Good, Mrs. J. G. Parrish, Mrs.
O. E. Cox, Mrs. G rider Perkins, Mrs.
Ed Ahearn, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston,
Mrs. Edmund Martin, Mrs. Albert
Harriss, Mrs. Lester Burkett, Mrs.
Allen Walkley, Mrs. Wade Dumas,
Mrs. N. T. Mitchell, Mrs. Walter
Tucker, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs.
Sam Leigh, Mrs. Leverett Ftuch,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. Anna
Holder, Mrs. John McCabe, Misses
Adele Bittinger and Mary McDowelL
At five o'clock the following ladies
joined the players for tea: Mrs. L.
M. Murray, Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Mrs.
P. V. Leavengood, Mrs. W. S. Bullock,
Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs. G. S. Scott,
Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. W. T. Gary,
Mrs. Ola Potter, Mrs. T. E. Bridges
Mrs. T. W. Troxler and Mrs. Paul
A new Fish Market will be opened
Monday, April 3rd in the. rear of the
Crescent Grocery, by L. A. Wilson &
Sons. We wish to thank the public
for its patronage in the past and hope
that our service will ment a con
tinuance of this trade. 4 V
3-30-tf L. A. Wilson & Sons.
Perhaps you have noticed that thefdont know the war is over judging
girls made immoral by the styles are
the ones you dont brow.
Looking Over the Tops of the Levees
At His Tributary and Terri Terrified
fied Terrified Lands
Helena, Ark, March 30. (By the
Associated Press). Continued caving
of levees on the Mississippi two miles
below Oldtown, near here, was report reported
ed reported today, increasing the gravity of the
flood menace. A heavy rain last night
added to the difficulties of the flood
fighters. A sub-levee of sandbags is
being built to provide for an emerg emergency.
ency. emergency. DUNNELLON
Dunnellon, March 29. The water watermelon
melon watermelon farms are progressing nicely in
this section, no damage having been
done by the cool March winds.
Mrs. O. P. Hood spent several days
in Leesburg last week with her hus husband,
band, husband, who is connected with the fiber
paper mill at that place.
Dr. J. F. Curry spent a few days in
Jacksonville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bell are the
proud parents of a little girl, who
came to make her home with them
.Henry Raysor is moving his stock
of merchandise to Palmetto. The
family will go there to reside in the
Miss Nettye Reaves has gone to
Alachua for a visit to home folks.
Misses Inez 'and Dorothy Grumbles
spent the week-end in Ocala, with
Miss Shelly Souter, and had a most
Mrs. M. E. Metcalf is recovering
from a long and serious illness
Mr. and Mrs. James, Metcalf of
Gainesville, spent a few days with
Mrs. M. E. Metcalf.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Wells have mov moved
ed moved to Auburndale, where Mr. Wells
will open a hardware business.
Miss Kathleen Leitner of Ocala is
visiting in the home of C. G. Leitner.
Mrs. 0.A. Seaver'of Tampa spent
the week with her mother, Mrs. W. W.
A pleasant event of the week was
a social given at the home of Mrs.
Grumbles by the ladies of the Metho
dist Missionary Society. Mrs. Henry
Raysor, retiring secretary, was pre
sented a lovely fern basket.
Warren Keith Leitner -Sunday,
March 19th, marked
transplanting of a precious flower
from the home of Mr. and Mrs. C G
Leitner into the Heavenly. Father's
garden above, this flower being the
youngest child. Warren.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled.
A place is vacant in this home
Which never can be nTled.'
Warren Keith Leitner was born on
June 12th, 1919, and had been the
sunshine of the household for these
three years and not only was he so
beloved by his immediate family, but
carried cheer and happiness to the
lives of those in his neighborhood, and
especially to those more advanced in
years. He was anxiously awaiting
the time when he would be enrolled in
the beginner's department in Sunday
school, where his sister, Lorene, is or
His was one short life of joy and
pleasure, never haying been sick, very
much, but on ; Wednesday evening
Warren was taken extremely ill and
at times suffered intensely, but up to
the last few hours was thoughtful of
his parents and told them he was not
ging to run away from them. Despite
the utmost care and loving ministry,
he lingered until at 2:30 on Sunday
afternoon his little spirit took its
flight into the realms beyond where
there is no more sorrow or no more
pain. God in his loving kindness sent 1
his blessing" to the home for these
few years, but has 'seen fit to to take
it unto Himself where some day the
loved ones may all join hands and be
together in that place where there
shall be no more partings and no
"Not now but in the coming years,
It may be in the Better Land,
Well read the meaning of our tears
And there sometime weH ;under ;under-;
; ;under-; stand." ."
My dearYou have -no idea how
much you can save by 'making your
own EASTER DRESS. Really, the
people who handle ready-made dresses
i by their prices.' We have a beautiful
Iline of Dress Goods at FISHEL'S. 2t
Even the Bitter-Enders Did Not Op Oppose
pose Oppose Treaties for Limitation
: lAseucUted .frees)
Washington, March 30., The two
arms conference treaties limiting the
navies of ine great powers and re restricting
stricting restricting the use of submarines and
poison gas were ratified late jester jester-oay
oay jester-oay in a landside approbation by the
Io the naval limitation covenant,
declaring a naval building holiday and
rising a ratio of capital snips strength
lor the United States, Great Britain,
J apan, 1 ranee and Italy, .'the Senate
gave its final assent by a vote of 74
to 1, and then almost without debate
it accepted 71 to 0 the pact designed
to prevent submarine operations
against merchantmen and to outlaw
enemies! warfare altogether. No
amendments or reservations were pro proposed
posed proposed to either, v
SEVERAL DOZEN WOULD BE
. William J. Bryan, who was in the
city today, called on President Hard Harding.
ing. Harding. Mr. Bryan said whether he would
enter "the senatorial race depended on
the democratic voters. He added he
was not seeking the nomination but if
sufficient demand developed he would
enter the primary. . -;
PARKER & GUYNN COMING
BACK UP TOWN
Parker & Guynn, who ever since
the fire, have been occupying a store
room down on North Magnolia, near
the Florida House will begin tomor
row to move their stock back up town.
They will occupy the store now held
by Jordan &.' Company in the Ocala
House block, but which that' firm is
moving out of into its new home next
to the Anti-Monopoly drugstore. Par
ker & Guynn will remain in the Ocala
House block, until their former store,
Mrs. Chace's block, next to-MacKAy,,
& Company, is rebuilt. .
Mr. N. L. Wiliams has bought Mr.
Reader's candy kitchen in the Har
rington Hall building on Fort King ,,
avenue and has moved his news and
cold drink stand into this location.
Mr. Williams was burned out in the
fire of Feb; 18th and since that time
has been located on North Magnolia
opposite the Florida House. The
friends and patrons of this popular
news stand are glad to have him back
uptown again and wish success for'
him in his new location. Mr. Will
iams, will continue to make candy and
will handle his former line of znaga
zines, bottled drinks, cigars, cigarets,
No man should be elected to public
office unless he has sufficient intelli intelligence
gence intelligence -to hire the right clerks to do
Sparr, March 29. Mr. and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Martin and two .attractive chil children
dren children of Apopka were v the week-end
guests of Misses Alice and Ella
Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson of Pine at attended
tended attended services at the Baptist church
Mrs. Mason and Mrs. Walker of
Jacksonville and Mr. and 'Mrs. Ram Ramsey
sey Ramsey of Miami were guests of Mrs. W.
B. Pasteur Sunday.
Little Miss Vivian Boulware of 11 11-land
land 11-land Grove is spending the week with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.'N.
Miss Isabel Burton has returned
from a pleasant visit with friends in
Misses Louise Grantham and Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Thomas are attending school in
Mrs. W. B. Pasteur will entertain
the Woodmen Circle this afternoon at
the hall just after the regular busi business
ness business meeting. Mrs. Pasteur is always -a
delightful hostess and her guests
are looking forward to this afternoon
with a great deal of pleasure.
. Mr. Harvey Grantham's new lawn
fence is attracting much attention.
So is the lovely rose garden just in inside.
side. inside. Would that we had more of
them in Sparr.
As Saturday will be the last day
to register, we hope all the ladies of
the community, who ha vent already
done so, will avail themselves of this
Mr. W. Luff man was a business visi visitor
tor visitor to Ocala Saturday. '' 7
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witnessed at least one execution. Men! GOOD-BYE TO GRUXTHAL freshments Wert served and the Cake
who commit cr two capiUl crimes! cat with due ceremony. Ham and
are almost always of the type that! Many pleasant evenings have been chicken sandwiches, pickles, olives.
will eo a lone way to see. a human I spent in Belleview this season and fruit punch, ice cream and jake were
being put to death." The spectacle of Ocala has-been well represented in partaken of ...by ...the guests, after-
a man Struggling in nis last agonies I many; j ear. rff1 yruKB, j iooiteu wmcp ,many iarewtrus me saii a
at the end of a rope is brutalizing to back upon will be remembered with guests departed at a late hour for
any person who will go to see it, un- only the most enjoyable emotions, their homes, having spent one of the,,,
less he or, she goes in performance of Friendships have been made that will most delightful evenings which will j
duty. In the Star's opinion, every cx- be looked forward to andjstrengthen- be remembered until Mr,. Grunthal re-1
prison walls, entirely out of sight of tations were received-in Ocala to be will be looked forward, to, ;
the publkrand should be attended only present at ,a .farewell party in Belle- Those present were Mr. and Mrs.,
by officers of the law and not more yew to MrGeorge Grunthal, who ex-5 Frank Havfland, Mn and'Mrs. Lester,
than a dozen other persons, among pectsJ to. leave ii;a few? days for New Lucas,' Mr. and Mrs. ,T. D. Lancaster
whom might be two clergymen andlYork, it was' withrkeenf anticipation Jr., Mr.-and Mrs. Ed. Tucker, Mrs.
four newspaper-reporters, no two J that Ocala peopW -invited looked for- L. L. Hopkins, Miss Powers Mifcsi
from 4 the same paper.. It's theStar's war& to the, evening of the 28th as a Catherine Pyles, Mrs. Howard tiitcn-j
opinion that such executions would be! time of hospitality and f enjoyment.' lings, Messrs. Freibrick; and: Lyman'
more discouraging to the criminal eie-j i he-attractive -uruntnai cottage on jbyers, Mr. ana. oirs. ueo., v, viruu
ment than those 'performed out in.thelthe shores of Lake Lillian was aglow 'thai and Mrs. Florence-Wells.
with hundreds or thousands of I with lights and prettily decorated j
people looking on.
yr I VT 1 ML UVWC19,' nCUUUUUg I11C ill V j
guests as they arrived, which welcome
' W A; MacWilliams, president of the! was hospitably expressed in words by V The annual meeUng of the Bpxdte f
Florida Senate last session, has an-the host and hostess of the evening. ,T
nounced his candidacy for Congress I Pleasant hiours were spent by the
from'' the Fourth district, opposing guests, who -assembled as fancy dic-
Joe Sears. Oh, boy, this means a hotltated in doors and on the veranda. An
scrap. Times-Union. I impromptu program given by several
Mr: -MacWilliams didn't know any of those present was given by Mrs.
better than to let that extension ;on j Florence Wells, Miss Kathenne Pyles,
the federal eame law eet by him at 1 Mr."; Eddie Armstrong and Mr. and
.i i - j i I ir -r w i t r J
tne last session oi tne legislature, ana i airs. .uesier iucas, wnose taient is Tn the Circuit Court OX the Fifth Ju-
that is not a very good recommenda-Jwell known and appreciated by Ocala i dicial .Circuit of Florida, in anJ:
tion for promoting him to Congress. land Belleview people and it goes, for Marion County, ,ia, Chancery; "7
xjeruy nayes, iurnpiainajii, vs. nosa JC-
Fihino' Clnh. for the election oi onu
' cers and other- business i that ? may z
come before it, will be held at the j
.Temple theater at 8 o'clock p.m., I
Tuesday, April 4th, 1922.
March 3, 1922. --: -.; (-!
- J. H.' spencer Presidents 4jf
' Harvey Clark. Secretary. 23-tf
ASaouxcEME!iT'"'OF" ratbs trvn. trying to enforce a
campaign the following rates will be
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county surveyor, registration officer,
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all state and national officers, 1 10.
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Announcements under this rate are
to run from date of insertion until date
of primary election, j.i.-i
Readers for Insertion will be charged
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Why is Wilyum J. Bryan like the
River Amazon ?
Why .doeS y Senator
cross the road ?
.Each and, every one. of us is on top
of the world at least once a day.
. 4-V n nn v u
, i nrikiiuub aajiug uiab cam iiumuci was
While ; the New York police were 1 thoroughly 'enjoyed. ':-
supposed ordi- j The guests were invited into the
nance against women smoking in pub-J living room and Mrs. Grunthal re relic,'
lic,' relic,' three inoffensive men -were killed j quested -Mrs.- Wells to recite, which
in broad daylight on the streets of the J she- did in her obliging manner, the
city by criminals, who made their get- verses being-' her own composition,
aways. We don't see how any law i written durmg: tne.i aiternoon. ine
can be enforced against women smok-i verses were unusual, making pleasant
ing, unless-it includes men, and the mention of each guest present, which
New York city police seem to be I was appreciated by all. In these
verses Mrs. Wells brought to the at
tention of all that the party was not
only a farewell to Mr. Grunthal, hut
the anniversary of his birthday, which
he himself had overlooked. And this
is "what she read :'.
';!.'. ci ...
LNow. really,, I can't, recite,
I don't know one thing new; '.
J3ut4t being Uncle George's birthday
He'd. ought. .to talk to you.
He, thinks we have f orgoten it,
But Aunt -Nellie ,didnt, dont fear;
That s. why every one of you
more ornamental than useful.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star March 30, 1902)
Charles Peyser, our former towns
man, arrived yesterday morning from
New York. Mr. Peyser is looking
Borah always! about for a location, the climate of
New York being too cold for .his
family. Miss Gertie Peyser is finish
ing her music in the National Conser
vatory of Music.
Count d'Equivilley and his son Goe-lTx i 'nBlflw1 ln hr(l
TheKukluxKlan is making a fierce the, were in the city today. '.His son r ;
record for lawlessness in Texas. It J has just returned from Paris, where j Here Casey comes with a great big
punishes not only those who break the J he has spent four years finishing his J cake
law but Jhose who the klan dislikes. J education. That is lit up. m great style;
TTcaVAQ TlaATifon HiJa v-s af
structive Service, qviH v: i nwii
erein named,1 to-wit: Rosa Hayes,! be!
and is hereby required to appear- to
the bill of complaint filed in this cau
on or before c v 4.
Monday, the 3rd Day of April 1922
a It is further ordered that a eon oil
it. : i i t i 1
iuis oruer oe, puoii&oea .once a weejc
for four consecutive" weeks--' in the
Ocala Evening Star, a a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 23rd day of Februaiyr 1922.
(Seal) T..D. Lancaster Jr., -n.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
Florida. By R. K. Batts, D. a
W. K. Zewadaki; rs-oi V-
Complainant's Solicitor. 2-23-Thurs
r 1 1 jf
MAURICE MORRIS IN "THE BUBBLE,' AT THE TEMPLE THEATER
FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 31ST
It will, do. the same .way in Florida if
it obtains the power. All law-abiding
citizens should' withstand it.
Lee Cox after a visit in Ocala with (I think if we really eat of it
Germanyf is, planning a memorial .to
her U-boat crews lost in the. war. The
rest of the-world would rather forget
All DeoDle who are not good are
likely to meet them again.
. It's the Star's opinion that opposi
tion, to short, skirts has about died out.
Several men of our acquaintance have
stopped turning to look when a wom
an .with shapely, understandings
passes them, on the street. S
.,. Beginning next week, the leading
business houses. of Orlando will give
their., employes a half -holiday' every
Thursday .during .the summer. We
think Ocala firms might begin; their
half-holidays with the first Thursday
his mother, has returned to St. Au Augustine,,
gustine,, Augustine,, where he has a position with
the St. Augustine Record.
There will be business for Sam Pyles.
0 Dapper. Dan, our ladies' man,
You surely are a winner; ..... ..
When you are in New York again
Uncle George will have you to dinner.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star March 30,' 1902)
.Mrand Mrs. Oiarles ftCuUen! ileft'Ire'a Blanche and Ted, the happy
vesterda v for a visit of several weeks I Pair
in. Portland, Oregon. , ; i Yn, They give us great delight;
The city's board of hack insnectonr. if we only give tnem time;
the clerk, marshal and fire chief, held w5 a sure they wni fiht- ;
its periodical inspection of uubliclT i t i
hacks at the city hall this morning ;: Tuck
andrequired that at least eight of she's just twentylone- 1: ;
the lot improve on their harness, ap- And when you are in her company
pearance, etc ,.Y. ; .,. !f w fun
The exterior of Mr. Bierman's hand-1 ?t.t .- ;
some brick building just south of ; the! There's. Mickey, pretty Mickey,
postoffice. jhas been finished. It ; is., a I With herj hair of chestnut brown;
nice looking building and adds great-) Her pretty glances are the sweetest
ly to the looks of the neighborhood. IThat you have ever seen in town.
,The deadly gas-heater, placed m a f v,ia?T,0 OOQrt,lofM r i,..o.,
small bath-room, has claimed another I j - OJ
ife. When will "people learn that
Ther sits' Lyman Byers,
He is a cticken Hng;
And believe me, there's many
'! : chicken
He! has had beneath his wing.
water-heaters burning gas should be
in a place other than the bath
room? SVPetersburg Times.
If the bathrooms are properly built,
the heaters can do no harm
The University Extension of Flor
ida has sent out a questionnaire to the
newspapers (the Star among .them)
and. various prominent citizens as to
whether they favor the execution m
public of, criminals convicted of cap-
fx. i j mi. -. v x.- 1 meals
Itai crimes., r xne ocar is empnaucaiiy
against public executions It does r.ot
believe they are a. deterrent to crime.
Jf the matter was investigated, we be believe
lieve believe it would be. found that every
.man hunz-in Marion county (and a
great many who deserve hanging) had
opened by dressmaking parlors at 6341
North Magnolia street, where I shall 1 There's Aunt Vic and Uncle Frank,
be pleased to, meet my former patrons Lrhey're always on the job; ; ...
as wellas others .who .' appreciate That's why we have got them here
painstaking care in their work.- .. : fAmong'this very happy mob.
ZZ-6t (Miss) Lizzie Smith.
Here is Grandma Hopkins, ;
IMPORTANT NOTICE Better known as our. Aunt Pet.
And when you ned a friend indeed
Te Rialto Cafe has been moved You11 nnd ner. "ere TOU Dt-
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where:we 0'is.ajwaysf at his test;
wegauuy nea up ior serving W Vn havi 'sono. for ns
a ia cane uraers,., wuiCJtirr wj Aalrr,ai,"h;a
. j. I x UWaCU wwaa
oervice and KeasonaDie t rrices,- our
motto. Our specialties are Western 1 And with- him he has Erin,
Meats and Seafoods. Open, dav and I But not of Erin sod; 7 --, : .: ,
night. Regular dinner served from There is' no one here that's Irish
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in Bless the pope and thanks to God.
rear. Fresh vegetables daily. .rv .
JOHN METRIE, Prop: tZCr"
If youll try FEDERAL BAKERY "r wT T
T,to TO v x. -x - lone wui not b w u.
a regular customer. Federal Bakerv.l Anil thpro ia erankv' Eddie.
Ocala House block. 21-tf I Who we'think is very brieht:
He drinks 'a lot of coffee
New arrivals in Society Brand I Ad stavs un half the "nieht.
Get The Cash And Garry Habit- Others
Have1 Gotten It And They Are ;
We Make a Small Charge of Five Cents for Delivering Your
Groceries, and if the Order Amounts to $5.00 or Over We De De-liver
liver De-liver Free of CMrg&7.:YM
We take Telephone Orders end pxd the Goods up and Deliver them. If the Order is less
than $5.00 we make a Charge o( Tea Cents for Putting the Goods up and Delivering them. If
the Order is for More than $5.C0 we get them up and male Delivery Free: Make Money by Get Getting
ting Getting in a Large Order Once o1 Week. r:. Yon save Around 10 per cent. Sp on a $5.00 Order
You will Clear Around 50c. Worth picUng up.
HERE IS A TART1AL LIST OF OUR REGUCAR PRICES:
Clothes in Imported Silver Gabardines
and large assortment of Tropicals.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.'-Y. M.
B. O. D. 25-t
' Dodge touring car, good tires,
starter and everything complete. -Apply
Hugh Sennett, at Florida Auto
Nowadays, when a. young gal grows
mp, she has to have her dresses short shortened.
ened. shortened. ?
Needham Motor Co.
We. specia lize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Gaze-oiv Mr. Friebricks,
Belleviw's right hand, man.
He is always ready to help us
And do the best he can.
And burning like a big bright star
We look upon Aunt Nell,
For of all the people in BeDeview
We know that she is the belle.
So sing -and dance and. be merry.
Have a, good time, one and allf f
For this is the 46th birthday
Of our loved one, George Grunthal.
At the mention of Casey coming,
that young' lady appeared in person
with a birthday cake alight with many
candles.' And after the reading re-
Granulated Sujgar, pound i.. -Kingah's
' Peerless j Creamery
n Butter, pound J .u;. s
Kingan's Sliced Bacon, 'pound
Kingans Plantation Breakfast V
; Bacon, ppund-r:-;--p--r-Full
Cream Cheese, pound i J:.
Seal Brand Coffee--.. ......
Chase & Sanborn's No. .46vC6 :
fee, poundl . lv -y--I
Chase & Sanborn's High; Grade
1 The last two Coffees are pack:
ed in parchment bags' and
. you do not have to buy
' costly tin cans. :
Argo Salmon 4 -- -RoyalScarlet
Small Blue Karo -Syrup.
Large Blue Karo Syrup.-Ll
Small Red Karo SyrupJ..; :.
Lare Red Karo Synio:;:: : Z.35C
: Log Cabin Syrup, 30c, GOcarid $1.20
Wesson's Oil, pint. 28c
Wesson's Oil, quart....
Baby Cream, tin Bess.
Tall Creanl,ftinT Bess:
Rumford Baking Powder. ....
Rumford Baking Powders.. .
Calumet Baking Powder. :
Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
Postoasties i .... .. J.
Shredded Vfheeii 'Biscuit, pkg
Cream of Whea t i .
Lighthouse Washmg Powder -package.
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CHAPTER L Harriet Field, twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight years old and beautiful, is the so social
cial social secretary of the flirtatious Mrs. Isa Isabella
bella Isabella Carter, at "Crownlanda," Richard
Carter's home, and governess of 17-year-old
Nina Carter. Ward, twenty-four years
old and impressionable, fancies himself In
lore with his mother's attractive secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mrs. Carter's latent "affair" is
with young Anthony Pope, and the youth
Is taking- it very seriously.
CHAPTER IL Presiding over the tea teacups
cups teacups this 'summer afternoon, Harriet la
profoundly disturbed by the arrival of a
visitor, -Royal Blondin. Next day, at a
tea party in the city, Blondin makes him him-self
self him-self agreeable to Nina, and leaves a deep
impression on the unsophisticated girl.
CHAPTER III. Harriet's agitation
over the appearance of Blondin at
"Crownlands" is explained by the fact
that he had been a disturbing element In
her life ten years before, and she fears
him. The man is an avowed adventurer,
living on the gullibility of the idle rich.
He frankly announces to Harriet his in intention
tention intention of marrying Nina, who, as the
daughter of the wealthy Richard Carter,
is a highly desirable "catch," and urges
her to aid him. She is in a sense In his
power, and after pleading with him to
abandon his scheme agrees to follow a
policy of neutrality.
CHAPTER rV. Harriet visits her mar married
ried married sister, Linda Davenport, with whom
she had had her home during her unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate acquaintance with Blondin, and
tells her of his reappearance. The two
women, realizing the unscrupulous nature
of the man, view the future with appre apprehension.
hension. apprehension. CHAPTER V. Knowing the tender
feeling she has inspired in Ward Carter.
Harriet is tempted to marry him for the
position and wealth he can give her,
though realizing she does not love him.
Blondin has ingratiated himself with
Madame- Carter, Richard's mother, and
she is whole-heartedly in favor of his
marriage with Nina. Ward urges Har Harriet
riet Harriet to marry him at once. She procras procrastinates.'
tinates.' procrastinates.' CHAPTER VI. Angered at his wife's
too open flirtation with young Anthony
Pope, Richard Carter markedly shows his
resentment. Isabelle. ardently returning
her youthful lover's attachment, elopes
with him on bis yacht, and pursuit is
useless. The news of the sensational affair,-
exaggerated, of course, by .gossip,
Is kept as much as possible from being
, 10 see it in tne paper th-sre
right on the bed," said Amy, in her
reedy," colorless little voice, as Nina
stopped suddenly. Oo-oo, I thought
Nina would die Nina began to crj
again, but more quietly.' "1 guess I had
better go Amy finished, plaintively.
;M0, no!- said Nina, in a choked
voice, as she clung to her frined. "No,
darling! you stay with me. Oh, I
must go see my father, and my poor
ITandmotherl Oh,, Amy, perhaps you
had better go, for my family will need
me tonight. -My mother said Nina,
crying again. ;
She and Amy parted solemnly, with
"It's a thing that might happen to
me, or to any girlsaid Amy gravely.
Harriet had an upsetting vision of
stout, high-busted Mrs. Hawkes, pant
ing as she discussed the details of the
Red Cross drive, but she was very
sympathetic with the young girls, and
Ohlfs a Lie It's a Lie! My
Beautiful Little Mother!" Nina Was
even agreed with Nina, .when Amy was
gone, that it would be much more sen sensible
sible sensible to take her bath, and put on her
white organdie, and then go find her
They dined almost silently, and were
about to disperse quietly for the night,
after an hour of half-hearted conversa conversation
tion conversation In the drawing room, obviously
endured by Richard simply for his
mother's sake, wheu Ward burst in.
He had traveled almost four hundred
miles by motor that day, his face was
streaked with dirt and on, and ghastly
with fatigue. He went straight to
"Saywbafs all this!" he said. In a
voice hardly recognizable. Harriet
saw that he had been drinking. "I got
your wire, and we started. I thought
the Mater was sick. Derhaos. Mr God
-thit worried" me !" he broke off bit bitterly.
terly. bitterly. "Blondin came with -me; we
Stopped on the road for dinner, and
the man had a paper there. Is that
what you wanted me for I dent be believe
lieve believe it! It's a dirty lie, and the boun bounder
der bounder that put that in the paper
Tm glad you came home, my boy."
Richard said. "I've been waiting for j
Harriet heard no more; she slipped j
from the room. There were genuine
tears In her own eyes now; for the
boy had flung himself face downward
against a great chair, and was crying.
All the household knew it ; Harriet
could read It in Bottomley's carefully
usual manner and quiet speech. In the
little music room across the hall Royal
Blondin was waiting.
"This is a terrible thing 1" he said,
"Oh, frightful!" Harriet agreed. A
rather fiat silence ensued. She seemed
to have nothing to say to Royal now.
But she was not surprised when, a
moment later, Nina came softly in, the
picture of girlish distress, with her wet
eyes and fresh white gown.
"I thought It best to leave Ward
with Granny and Father," Nina said,
in vague explanation, going straight to
Blondin, who rose, dusty and weary,
but with a solicitous manner that was
His manner, Harriet had grudgingly
to admit, was perfection.' When Rich Richard
ard Richard and Ward joined them a few mo moments
ments moments later, he expressed himself with
manly brevity to the older man. He
realized, said Blondin, simply, that he
was absolutely de trop ; he had merely
imagined, as "the lad" had imagined,
that the sudden summons from camp
meant illness or ordinary emergency,
or he would not have intruded at this
time. He would not express a sym sympathy
pathy sympathy that must sound extremely airy
to the stricken family. And 'now, If
they would lend him Hansen, he would
go over to the club-7
: "Nonsense l" Ward said. "You're all
dirty and tired and hungry, and so am
L We'll clean up, and then we'll have
something to eat first! Miss Harriet
will look out for us."
"And I'd like to see you for a mo moment
ment moment in the library. Miss Field," Rich Richard
ard Richard said, rather wearily. "I want
something sent to the papers," he ex explained
plained explained in an undertone.
Ah they all wanted her, and needed
her How quick, and how efficient,
and how self-effacing Harriet was as
she went about the business of making
them all comfortable!
They talked deep into the night.
Harriet knew, for she herself was
sleepless, and she could see from the
upper balcony that a stream of golden
light was pouring across the brilliant
flowers beneath the library windows.
She reviewed the incredible events
of the past few days, and the actors
drifted before her vision fitfully : Isa Isabelle,
belle, Isabelle, white-bosomed and beautiful, in
her prime; Tony Pope, passionate and
wretched: Royal, low-voiced, dreamy.
poetic, with his eloquent black eyes;
Nina, newly awakened; Ward, weak,
boyish, ardent ; Madame Carter, full of
theatrical dignity and well-rounded
phrases, and lastly simple, strong,
anxious to protect them all, even from
their' own follies Richard.
"Not one word of blame, not one
ugly insinuation," she mused, "yet she
has shamed him, and he Is so honor honorable
able honorable ; and she has made him conspicu conspicuous,
ous, conspicuous, when he is so modest!"
She thought of Isabelle, fresh from
Germaine's careful hands, lying In her
exquisite white against the cushions
of a -deck chair, smiling, In the rosy
flattering light under the green awn awning,
ing, awning, at the Infatuated man beside her.
"Ugh !" said Harriet, with a healthy
uprush of utter disgust. These few
months would not be cloudless for Isa Isabelle,
belle, Isabelle, by any means. And after them,
what? Was it conceivable that those
fatal sixteen years would faS to iden identify
tify identify Tony and Isabelle wherever they
went, even though the press was not
eagerly assisting them? Supposing
that Isabelle never thought of Crown Crownlanda,
landa, Crownlanda, of her handsome son and her
young daughter, of the man whose pa patience
tience patience and cleverness had lifted her to
all this luxury from an apartment In a
small town, would no memory of the
place she bad held, and the friend friendships
ships friendships she had commanded, haunt her)
Truly there was always society for the
Isabelles, but to Harriet's clean sense
it seemed but the society of a JaQ.
"I wouldn't change places with her P
Harriet decided, in the soft silence and
darkness of the summer night.
- From Isabelle's problem her thoughts
went to her own, to Royal Blondin. She
was wakeful and restless tonight, sim simply
ply simply because she could not decide just
how much she need fear, him. : Firstly,
was there any reason for antagonizing
him, and secondly, would he hurt her
If she did? For Royal could not punish
her without punishing ; himself, and
could not banish her from Crownlands
if he ever hoped to show his own face
there again. But Nina
Was Blondin so bad?, She tried to
ask herself the question honestly, and
an honest shudder answered it before
It was fairly framed. She tried to pic picture
ture picture Nina's marriage, their early days
together, the breakfast table, where
the crude little girl j blundered and
floundered in conversation, her helpless
devotion, that would annoy and exas exasperate
perate exasperate him. She saw ; Nina's near-'
sighted eyes welling with hurt tears;
Nina's check book eagerly surrendered
to win from her lord a few delicious
hours of the old flattery, the old atten
tion. :::: --
"It would take a clever .woman to
hold him," Harriet thought, "and It
wouldn't be worth a clever woman's
Nina Ward RoyalRichard. The
wearylnz procession began again. Roy
al might treat her with honesty "and
honor. He was not small in everything,
and she had never done hiaa harm.
But there might come the terrible mo moment
ment moment when she had to face Richard
with the confession. Yes, she had
known him before. Yea. they had en entered
tered entered into a tacit compact. Yea, she
had kept from Nina's father a secret
that while it might be unimportant,
certainly should have been told him.
Impossible to thiuk the thing to any
conclusion! Too many possibilities
might alter the entire situation. If she
were married safely to Ward, for ex
ample ? But then she dared not mar marry
ry marry Ward until Royal's attitude was
finally defined. For If her position
were dangerous now, what would it be
If she had committed herself irrevoca irrevocably
bly irrevocably to deception by marriage? Ward's
young, crude Intolerance sitting In
judgment upon his wife! Harriet
Suddenly she fell upon her knees,
and dropped her bright head against
the wide balustrade. For a long time
Harriet had not prayed. But now, In
a few words, and quite without pre premeditation,
meditation, premeditation, there burst from her the
most sincere prayer of her life. She
looked up at the stars.
"God !" she said, softly, aloud, "help
me! Make me do what Is right, how however
ever however hard It is. Father, dont let me
make another mistake !"
YOU'LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY
When you dine at this restaurant.
Many of the very best people in town
are our reeular visitors." Peonle to
whom price is no object come here by
preference. For they know that in
spite of our moderate prices we serve
an absolutely perfect and weU balanc balanced
ed balanced dinner. We shall be glad to see
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
WE DO NOT
WE DO SELL
IT IS GOOD
IF IT IS
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?Monday. .Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Ksv tVfnr in street And theatrical
footwear for ladies at the Guarantee
'Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. IL B. OD. 6t
I Easter Sunday, April 16
The Last Shipment of
Hart Schaffner & Marx,
which arrived this week, and is ready for inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, gives us the most complete line of J Clothing
jwejiayj3j3ffered to the public in years and at pri prices
ces prices that wiir make" it possible for the man of lim limited
ited limited means to wear a handsomely tailored suit.
The line includes a varied assortment. of Woolens
in Tweeds, Serges and Fancy Tropical Worsteds,
and a complete line of lighter weight fabrics, such
as Mohair; Gabardine, Bermuda Goth and Palm
Beach in all shades. ;
Our line of extra Pants is very complete, includ including
ing including blue, brown and.white Flannel, and white and
fancy striped S?rges, which makes a snappy suit
when worn with one of our Blue Flannel or Wool
Tex Sport Coats.
We have on hand a complete line of Straw Hats,
ranging in price from $1.50 to $7.50, and including,
besides, the regular staple shapes. A varied as-
. sortment of rough braids just the thing for young
men.. Also a complete line of Panama, Balliluke
1 H. A. WATERMAN
" THE HABEASHER
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
FOR EVERYTHING GOODjTO EAT
Cook's Market and Grocery
AQear Radiant Complexion
IT seems almost impossible
that pimples;, black-'.
heads, boils, etc.; can bo
made to completely di ap appear
pear appear within as Bbort a time
as 14 days. 1
Yet thousands of IIlON IIlON-IZED
IZED IIlON-IZED YEAST users have
Mil coupon beknr
for the amazing
Three Dar Free
Trial TrealiEent of
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prored to their eorapiete
satisfaction that it is not only easy to
quickly acquire a dear, fresh com com-plexkm
plexkm com-plexkm bat at the same time to build
up their" weight, energy and general
health to a really astonishing degree.
Results Twice as Quickly
The reason IRONIZED YEAST
brings such remarkable results is be because
cause because it embodies a new scientific
1roceas whic enables yeast to bring
ta great benefits often in just holthii
Yeast alone la good, hat testa show that it
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war Its wonderful health baildin ekv
Mnts hito firm tisroe, rosy cheeks and ipark ipark-hacTitaUtjr.
The New Process
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Not t IRONIZED YEAST i mold
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and tisane. So working- on this
problem, our scientists finally
d isco vered the wonderful process
of iroaixation the process
through w hich the combination
of yeast and iron becomes 100
per cent efficient.
Do not think, howerer, met
any combination of yeast and
iron will do. Yeast brings Its best
and acickest results only when
it U treated through the scien scientific
tific scientific process of iron 'nation. And this process
is embodied only in IRONIZED YEAST, the
one scientifically correct yeast treatment.
Make This Startling Test!
You simply wilt not believe what wonder wonderful
ful wonderful benenu IRONIZED YEAST holds torroe
until you try it. Mail the coupon NOW!
Note how IRONIZED YEAST brings an al almost
most almost immediate Increase in your energy. Se
bow quickly your complexion begins to take
on a new freshness and charm. Note bow it
nils you with a new buoyancy how It giTes
you a new enthusiasm how It just seems to
completely yoothify" roe, and make yen
glad that yoa era all Mail coupon at oneet
rree iruu wuupuu
The Ironiaed Yeast Co.
AUaatm. Ga- Dept.
Please send tne the fsmooa TrTRaTS
DAY FREE TKIAl. T&RATMi T et
at aH Drag 5tore
firmt packam or your Ihonmy nfundod.
Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special meeting of the stockholders of
the Marion County Creamery Com Company
pany Company is ealled'for Monday, April 3rd,
at the courthouse at 2 p. m.
v E. C Benchler, President.
IL L. Shearer, Secretary. 24-St
'contractor in the city.
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, MARCH S3, 1923
. OOAU OCCUIEIICES
If you have any local or society
item for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. L. T. Craft returned home to today,
day, today, after spending: several days in
Daytona Beach, visiting friends and
THE "ROMEO- BRAND
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your f Groc Grocery
ery Grocery store. 25-tf
Beautiful Dress Fabrics for Easter
Frocks at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
The friends of Mr. Thomas Bar Bar-cus,
cus, Bar-cus, who formerly lived here, will re regret
gret regret to learn of his death, which oc occurred
curred occurred at Daytona Beach last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. ;
There's no extra, charge for clean
' ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
New things in street and theatrical
footwear for ladies at the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O.D. 6t
Mrs. E. M. Williams and small son
of Brooksville arrived in Ocala today
from Jacksonville, where they have
been for some time. While in town
they will be the guests of Mrs. G, K.
Beautiful Dress Fabrics for Easter
Frocks at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
For high blood pressure, heart,
liver and stomach troubles see Dr,
Kiplinger, Ocala House. 29-6t
Col. R. P. Bellinger of Bainberry,
S. C, arrived in Ocala today to be
the guest of Mrs. Ed Carmichael. Mrs.
E. B. Shealy and niece, Miss Howell,
of Anthony, will spend the week-end
with Mrs. Shealy's sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mr.' W. O. Brewer, who is building
a packing house near Romeo for his
tomatoes and cucumbers, was in the
city yesterday. He is going to call
his product the "Romeo" brand, and
intends to make it as famous as
Really good looking Ladies' Hats
for Easter at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
Full line of Fashion Park Clothes.
Every suit sold with a guarantee.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M.
B. O. D. 25-6t
Miss Alvira Sawyer, twenty years
of age, died this morning at eleven
o'clock after a short illness, at the
home of her grandfather, Mr. G. B.
Sawyer, on the Dunnellon road about
one mile from town. Miss Sawyer
and her mother and two other children
were on a visit in Ocala, their home
being in Houston, Ga. The funeral
will be held from the home of Mr.
Sawyer tomorrow afternoon at three
o'clock, Rev. White officiating. In
terment will Le made in Greenwood
cemetery. "George Mac Kay & Com
pany have charge of the arrange
h The better you care for
your eyes the better
flSMw' your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
(RATES under thia heading: are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
2&c: three times 50c; six times ic; one
month $3.00. tAll accounts parable la
advance except to those who have reg
ular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE On Camp grounds, good
FOR SALE Jersey cow with calf.
Apply 123 N. Sanchez street. 29-6t
FOR SALE Five passenger Dodge
touring car in good order. Cheap.
Apply to C. M. Livingston, Ocala
House, Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
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
Every one is cordially invited to at attend
tend attend the open air religious services
at the corner of East Broadway and
Osceola street, beginning Sunday,
April 2nd. The services will be con conducted
ducted conducted by A. B. Lipscomb, Christian
evangelist, of Nashville, Tenn., at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
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; 2 miles, west of Sum Sum-.
. Sum-. merfield. J. D. LeMay, Route A,
Box 17. Good buildings. Come and
see the property. 27-6t
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Don't ask your dealer for Just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youll get the best made. 21-tf
A letter has been received in Ocala
from McCurtain, Okla., making in inquiries
quiries inquiries as to the whereabouts of Dan Daniel
iel Daniel McDonald. Any one that can sup supply'
ply' supply' any information concerning the
! above named person willx please com communicate
municate communicate with Mr. M. M. Little, grand
secretary of the Grand Lodge of Odd
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 AT THE DOOR Clean,
solid strawberries at 40 cents the
quart; also fine dwarf Stone tomato
plants and sweet pepper plants
Chas. H. Knight, the "Roadside
Gardner," 935 Lake Weir Ave. 21 6t
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
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends for
the many kindnesses shown us during
the recent illness and death of our
loved, one, the doctors for their care
and attention and every one for the
beautiful floral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Leitner.
Dunnellon, March 28, 1922.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
One lot of Crossett Brogue Oxfords
at $5 in dark tan. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 25-6t
PROF. JAMES M. CHAPMAN
WILL LECTURE IN OCALA
James Madison Chapman, professor
of oratory at the University of Flor
ida, will entertain the people of Ocala
with miscellaneous readings at the
high school study hall Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at three o'clock.
Prof. Chapman is an orator and
reader of wide renown and Ocala peo people
ple people are fortunate to have the privilege
of hearing him. There will be an ad admission
mission admission charge of 25 cents for this en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. The following is the pro
gram which Prof. Chapman will render:
1 Anecdotes from Artemus Ward
and Mark Twain.
2. An Encounter with an Inter
viewer (Mark Twain).
3. A Medley. Arranged.
4. The Man Who Apologized.
(Detroit Free Press).
5. Lady Clara Vere de Vere. (Ten (Tennyson).
nyson). (Tennyson). 6. The Mouse Hunt. (Jenkins).
7. The Moo-Cow-Moo. (Cooke).
8. Closet Scene from Hamlet.
9. How Ruby Played. (Bunyan).
Wall paper, spring catalogue, 1922
model, from $2 a room and up. Ap
ply 412 North Pond street. 28-3t
"Only age condemns the frivolities
of youth." This isnt true, however.
of old Man Hattan.
FOR RENT Five room cottage par
tiay furnished, $20 per month for
year lease. D. Niel Ferguson. 23-6t
Really good looking Ladies' Hats
for Easter at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raysor and two
hildren were visitors to the city to to-Jay.
Jay. to-Jay. Mr. Raysor and family have
been making their home in Dunnel Dunnellon,
lon, Dunnellon, where he has conducted a mer mercantile
cantile mercantile business for several years, but
the Star is informed he has moved his
stock of goods to Palmetto and will
in future reside in that city.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, CO cents a. quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market.; Phone 158. tf
Mrs. J. E. Brooks, Misses Florence
and Dorothy Brooks and Mr. Edwards
Brooks are shopping in Ocala today.
Mrs. Brooks and Miss Dorothy Brooks
will leave on the noon train for their
home in Cambridge, N. Y., where they
will spend the summer months. Miss
Florence Brooks and Mr. Edwards
Brooks will return to their home on
North Lake Weir this afternoon.
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,
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
Dr. and Mrs. Carney Wilson Mima
and two small sons of Winston-Salem,
arrived in Ocala the first part of the
week and are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Carney. Dr. Mims has
been critically ill and ft is hoped that
the warm spring weather of Florida
will be beneficial and already the
change seems to have been helpful,
although it will probably be a month
before he can return home and re resume
sume resume his practice. i
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 shcrt notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
Evaytfmi tnimmtafC S-W far BooUw.
WJNDLE W. SMITH. rW.
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 Drug Store on the Square
Knemauer & (Jo:
LA DIES' LOW SHOES
AT LOW -PRICES
We have placed a pretty lot of La Ladies
dies Ladies Low Shoes Pumps and Ox Oxfords
fords Oxfords on the bargain counter for
quick sa'le. Former prices ranged
from $7.50 to $12.00 a pair. Now
DOWN TODAY TO
S g (0
O B O CA LA
GREATEST AUTOMOBILE VALUE IN AMERICA
B. F. CONDON
These are all stylish Shoes and the
sizes range from 1 to 8, so you are
sure to find- your size. They con consist
sist consist of patent, leathers, black and
RHEINAUER & CO.
-'. ''-; PHONE 71 ,.
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
AN EASTER TREAT
Prop in. with a friend and enjoy ft
plate or two of our delicious
ICE CREAM. Whether its warm or
cool you are sure to like oar cream;
it has that "different" flavor, yon
know. Positively the best cream in
town. On sale at Troxler'a, Union
Station Cafe, W. R. Bryant, Bagley's
Restaurant and Gore Grocery. f
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Mr. Louis Mann's Sensational Comedy-Drama
IN THREE ACTS
MAURICE MORRIS, anda Broadway, New York, Cast
. '- : -- ....
A LAUGH A MINUTE, AND SOMETIMES TWO,.,
200 Nights at the Booth Theater, New YorZi
Jacksonville Times-Union says: The Best Comedy Ever
Played 5 n Jacksonville' v ; -
ADMISSION: 50c, 77c, 81.00, $1.50, plus tax
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