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Son Rises Tomorrow, 6:09; Sets, 6:50. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1922 VOLUME TVVEN TY -EIGHT. NO t"
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ID MAY LOSE
FOR II. J. BRYAI
Plan! City Man Elected President and Next Meeting Will Be
Held In Palatka
In the city of Orlando Wednesday
afternoon, the temporary organiza organization
tion organization of the Florida State Association,
for Capital Removal was made per permanent,
manent, permanent, officers elected and a consti constitution
tution constitution adopted at a meeting that was
business-like and harmonious.
. Mr. G. II. Wilder of Plant City was
elected president, and Mr. J. V. Hart,
secretary of the Palatka chamber of
commerce temporary secretary until
m permanent secretary is elected by
the executive committee. The constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, which will be published in full
as soon as possible, provides that the
association shall be made up of rep rep-resentatives
resentatives rep-resentatives from any counties that
desire to join from east of the Su Su-wanee
wanee Su-wanee river and south of the Georgia
line. The next meeting of the asso association
ciation association will be held in Palatka, the
date to be set by the executive com committee.
mittee. committee. The executive committee will
be composed oi a vice president from
each county, to be chosen by the
counties. Arrangements will be made
for the choosing of these vice presi presidents.
dents. presidents. The meeting was harmonious and
pleasant. There was no discordant
dispute, but every evidence that the
public spirit that incited the move movement
ment movement was yet alive and busy.
The Ocala delegation mostly left in
cars early Wednesday morning, tho'
two or three parties went on the day
before. Some straggled, but a rather
imposing caravan of fifteen well-filled
autos reached Orlando in column
about 12:10 p. m., and paraded thru
the streets, passing around Lake Lu Lucerne,
cerne, Lucerne, and parking a short distance
from the courthouse. Secretary Chazal
attended a luncheon with several mem members
bers members of the State Secretaries Associa Association,
tion, Association, while the other delegates patron patronized
ized patronized the excellent hotels and restau restaurants.
rants. restaurants. After dinner, a number of the
ladies in the Ocala party went to in inspect
spect inspect the Orlando shopwindows, which
were well filled and tastefully dis displayed.
played. displayed. Meanwhile the men went t
the courthouse, in the circuit court
room of which the meeting was called
to order shortly after two o'clock.
Mr, R. F. Rogers of Ocala, temporary
president of the organization, was un unfortunately
fortunately unfortunately unable to be present, so
Mr. J. G. Strozier of Winter Garden,
formerly a valued teacher of Marion,
now making good in Orange, called
the meeting to order. Rev. John J.
Neighbour of Ocala, at the request of
the chairman, offered prayer, and a
cordial address of welcome was made
by Mayor Duckworth of Orlando
Secretary Cox of the Orlando cham
ber of commerce, acted as temporary
secretary. Secretary Hart of Palatka
and other delegates were delayed,
so it was considerably after the time
set that the meeting got under way
The committees reported and the con
stitution was submitted to the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, It was a short and clear docu document
ment document and was ratified with but little
There was a large number of dele
gates, Marion county having the
greatest number. Palatka was repre represented
sented represented only by Mr. Hart, but he was
competent to be the entire works.
Lake county was rather slenderly rep represented,
resented, represented, but Willis Powell was one
of those present. There were quite a
number from the territory contiguous
to Orlando that is, from Tampa to
Sanford. The writer will try to give
Prlando and the country between a
Marion county sent eighty-five dele delegates
gates delegates in twenty-one cars. So far a3
We can learn, they were as follows,
each paragraph representing a car
and the first name the owner:
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo,
Jennie Mayo, Mrs. H. Shriver,
and Mrs. P. W. Collens.
J. W. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mitchell, O. T. Peddy.
Cecil Bryant, Robert Clarkson.
W. Neff and F. E. Marlin.
L. M. Murray, M. R. Hunnicutt,
Niel Ferguson, E. E. Dobbs.
S. S. Savage, E. E. DeCamp, R. L.
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe.
Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmann and
children and Mrs. Frederick Hocker.
Weller Cannichael and H. C. Jones.
Mrs. M. A. Horne and daughter,
Miss Ethel, Mrs. Harry Borland, Nor Norman
man Norman Horne and Ben Rheinauer.
Frank Harris Jr., Rev. J. J. Neigh Neighbour,
bour, Neighbour, B. C. Webb. Joe Potter and N.
Rev. and Mrs. Buhrman and Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
and R. C. Camp.
Whit Palmer, Earl Hail and L. H.
W. M. Wilson and J. H. Benjamin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert, R. C.
Loveridge and Turney Colbert.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Blowers, who
went down Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. XL Smith, daughter.
Miss Maxine, and Misses Dorothy
Lancaster and Jessie Morrison.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Lancaster.
There are several missing from the
list but it is because we were not able
to obtain their names. A number did
not register at the Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, but we will be glad to add
them to the list if they will send in
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harriss, Mrs.
W. W. Harriss and Mrs. Annie W.
Van Deman started for Orlando, tried
Lo detour the new road grade at
Weirsdale, and found themselves on
the bank of the Oklawaha river,
where they concluded they were too
late to make the trip.
Mrs. Anna Holder with Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. E. L. Carney and Dr. and
Mrs. Carney Mims, also started, but
were discouraged at Oklawaha by the
looks of the road ahead, so spent the
day picnicking at Lake Weir.
(M. M. M.)
The American Legion Auxiliary
held its April meeting last evening at
the armory, with Mrs. R. L. Anderson,
After the routine business was dis
posed of, Mrs. Anderson introduced
the new state president, .Mrs. H. C.
Dozier and the state treasurer, Mrs.
P. G. Murphy. Each state officer gave
a short talk on the work of the de department
partment department of Florida and the results
accomplished at the West Palm Beach
Mrs. J. J. Neighbour, who was a
delegate from the Ocala unit to the
convention, made a very excellent re
port on the proceedings of the conven convention.
It is expected that Mr. Hanford
McNider, national commander of the
American Legion, will again visit
Florida and in the event of his doing
so, both the Marion County Post and
the. Auxiliary are-, very anxious to
have him visit Ocala. The Auxiliary
expressed an unanimous desire that
Mr. McNider be invited to Ocala and
this invitation will be forwarded to
The resignation of Mrs. C. W.
Moremen as secretary was accepted
hand Mrs. J. J. Neighbour was appoint
ed to fill out the unexpired term. The
unit was sorry to release Mrs. More More-men
men More-men from her office as she has made a
most excellent and efficient secretary
in the two years during which she ha.?
The Auxiliary is planning to have
the graves of the ex-service men
marked with world war markers be before
fore before this coming Memorial Day and
Mrs. Drake was appointed to get the
markers and rush this work along.
During the month of April, the
Marion county unit will send to the
soldiers at the Lake mty hospital a
box of jams, jellies, tobacco, cigarets,
bath robes, fruit, neckties and many
other things to brighten their illness.
Kodaks are especially desired by the
men at the hospital as these give so
much pleasure not only to themselves
but also to their friends and families.
The box ball alleys which were
given the boys as a Christmas gift by
the department of Florida have been
a ereat success. Tournaments are
held at least twice "a week and the
winners are given the neckties, ko
daks, etc., sent by the units as prizes.
At the close of the Auxiliary meet
ing, the post recessed, ana tne unit
served them hot coffee and sand
wiches. The hostesses of the evening
were Mrs. R. L Anderson, Mrs. Clif Clifton
ton Clifton Camp and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr
Blitchton. April 6. Miss Lois
Blitch is up after a few days illness
Miss Jesslyn Sherouse of Kendrick,
arrived Sunday and visited her sister,
Miss Effie Sherouse until Wednesday,
when they left for their home in Ver
Our young people gave a chicken
purlo Tuesday night at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch, honoring
the Misses Sherwood.
Miss Melba Frank and Miss Ted
Frank of Richmond, Va., are visiting
their aunt, Mrs. D. B. Nun.
Wednesday afternoon, the Jolly
Jokers met with. Mrs. F. E. Fant and
conmleted their oreanization, with
Miss Mabel Beck president, Mrs. F.
E. Fant. vice Dresidc-nt and Mis
Geneva McCully, secretary-treasurer.
After the different committees were
appointed. Miss Nellie Prine read a
paper of current event and jokes.
Divinity and fudge were served the
guests after all had enjoyed a watch
Mrs. O. S. Sanders spent last week
at Mcintosh visiting relatives.
Lisbon, April 6. (By Associated
Press) Advices from the Cape Verde
Islands say the Portuguese trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic flyers will resume their flight
to Brazil at 5 p. m., April 11. They
expect to arrive at Fernando Noronha,
off the Brazilian coast, at 11 o'clock
next day, covering the 1890 miles oi
the most difficult leg of the flight.
Yesterday's flight from the Canary
Islands to Cape Verde, 816 miles, was
made at an average speed of '32 miles
THE PROHIBITION LAW
Intend to Meet in New York Tonight
To Figure Ways and Means
To Break It
New York, April 6. Leaders of the
association working against the pro prohibition
hibition prohibition amendment have arranged
for a membership rally tonight in
Carnegie Hall. The announcement of
the meeting stated the principal ob
ject of the association was "to get the
Volstead act out of the law and keep
POSTOFFICE AT THE
Wilmington, Del., April" 6. Flirta
tions between men and women prison
ers at the Newcastle county work workhouse
house workhouse reached such a point that War Warden
den Warden Plummer, rather than have them
exchange notes secretly has establish
ed a jail postoffice and censorship for
love letters. N
TRYING TO GET TOGETHER
New York, April 6. Week end se3-
sions of the anthracite miners' and I
operators sub-committee on wage
contract negotiations were agreed
upon by both parties today in an en endeavor
deavor endeavor to settle the hard coal strike.
ARMY OFFICERS BELIEVE
IN THEIR DEAD COMRADE
Fort Sill, Okla., April 6. The kill killing
ing killing of Lieut. Col. Paul Beck, assistant
commandant of the post field, came as
a shock to officers and enlisted men
here. Both officers and men made it
plain they found it hard to believe the
charges made against Beck. Beck
was killed by Jean Day, who charged
he found Beck "n his home insulting
REPORT OF THE HEALTH
OFFICER FOR MARCH
Dairies inspected and milk examin examined
ed examined as follows:
Close: Inspection, 92 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.4 per cent; bacteria, 224,000.
Creamery: Butter fat, 4 per cent;
Gray: Inspection, 84 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 3.5 per cent.
Green: Inspection, S3 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat,, 4.5 per cent; batceria, 19,800.
McAteer: Butter fat, 4 per cent.
Painter: Inspection, 93 per cent;
butter fat, 4.2 per cent; bacteria,
Poppe: Inspection, 82 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 5 per cent; bacteria, 19,500.
Rose: Butter fat, 3 per cent; bac bacteria,
teria, bacteria, 134,400.
Thrash: Inspection, 85 per cent;
butter fat, 4.5; bacteria, 31,700.
Poppe highest in butter fat, richest;
Creamery lowest bacteria, cleanest.
STONE CASE IS WITH THE JURY
New York, April 6. The case of
Olivia Stone, charged with the murder
of Ellis G. Kinkead. of Cincinnati,
went to the jury at 11:23 o'clock this
BRITAIN LOST NOTHING
London, April 6. (By Associated
Press). There were no important
British government documents in the
mail baes stolen yesterday in the sen sensational
sational sensational train robbers in France, it is
Another fish market will be opened
Monday, April 3rd in the rear of the
Crescent Grocery, by L A. Wilcox &
Sons. We wish to thank the public
for its patronage in the past and hope
that oar service will merit a con continuance
tinuance continuance of this trade. Phone 562.
3-SO-tf L. A. Wilcox & Son
Intrepid Portuguese Aviators
Now Half Way Across
Every Indication Looks Like Inter Interference
ference Interference from the Empire WTill
London, April 6. (By Associated
Press). Indications that the situa situation
tion situation in Ireland is becoming dangerous
as the result of the growing antago antagonism
nism antagonism of republicans toward supporters
of the Irish Free State are given in
newspaper dispatches today. Hostile
demonstrations by revolting sections
of the republican army are reported
with increasing frequency.
ATTACK ON FREE STATE MEN
Dublin, April 61- (By Associated
Press). One hundred young men
from Tralee proceeding to Dublin to
join the Free State army, were in
tercepted today at Mallow by a strong
party of republicans and a clash oc occurred
curred occurred in which it is reported one
Free State recruit was wounded. The
Free State men were then arrested
and taken to the barracks at Dutte Dutte-vant
vant Dutte-vant THREATENING POSITION
Belfast, April 6. (By Associated
Press) Republican forces are report reported
ed reported concentrated on a section of the
Ulster frontier between the counties
of Leitrim and Fermanagh.
BE SURE TO READ
All who have copies of the Star
containing Mr. William Hocker's la3t
article, "Lest We Forget," be sure to
look thru said article and note these
In the fifth line of the fifth para paragraph,
graph, paragraph, "A. H. Stuart of Virginia"
should be "A. A. H. Stuart of Vir Virginia."
ginia." Virginia." This mistake is due to our
linotyper, who says he thought the
typewriter the article was written on
stuttered when it began to tap
out Mr. Stuart's name. Like most all
the rest of us he never heard of that
Mr. Stuart before.
aiFurther on down, the fifth line of
the thirteenth (unlucky) paragrar.1;,
reads "'kept us outfof war', and was
not not." This was our (the proof
reader's) and the linotype machine's
fault combined. The lino should have
said "war was not," and it was our
fault for not seeing the mistake.
Going on down to the second line of
the sixteenth paragraph, you will find
the word "guests" when it should
have been "gusts". This is the fault
of the linotyper and the proofreader
together, for they were not erudite
enough to grasp Mr. Hocker's true
In feeble defense of ourself, the
lino and the linoer, we will say that
Mr. Hocker's own proof of the article
did not reach us until it had been
printed. Mr. Hocker, however, must
learn that on a great daily paper,
time, type and the press wait on no
ARBUCKLE CASE IS
NEARING ITS END
San Francisco, April 6. Defense
counsel today neared completion of
their offering of evidence in the Ar Ar-buckle
buckle Ar-buckle case. Counsel today looked for
decisions from the court as to the ad admissibility
missibility admissibility of evidence contested from
the time of its introduction.
FIGURES ABOUT FLORIDA
Washington, April 6. The total
mortgage debt and owned homes and
farms in Florida in 1920 was $42,320, $42,320,-040
040 $42,320,-040 and the total value of the mort mortgaged
gaged mortgaged properties was $130,429,579,
the mortgage debt thus representing
32.4 per cent of the total value, ac according
cording according to a preliminary report by
the census bureau. Rented homes,
tenant farms and farms that are part partly
ly partly owned are not included in these
The total number of homes in the
state other than farm homes was
174,739 of which 61,392 or 35.1 per
cent were owned by the occupants;
and of these owned homes 15,457 or
25.2 per cent were mortgaged. In
formation regarding the value of the
home and the amount of the mort
gage debt of the homes for which
mortgage reports were secured was
$1903 and the average value was
$5166; and on the basis of these aver
ages the total morteaee debt on thefterian church Tuesday night, at which
mortgaged homes not on farms i3 es-
timated as $29,410,227 and the total
value of such homes as $79,843,720.
The ratio of mortgage debt to value is
36.8 per cent.
On owned farms reported in the
census of agriculture the total mort mortgage
gage mortgage debt was $12,909,813, while the
total value of these mortgaged farms
was $50,550350, the ratio of debt to
value being 25.5 per cent.
Special Call for Young Officers To
Take Flying Lessons .at The
Washington, April 6. A special
call for officers to take flying training
at the Pensacola naval flying school
has been issued by the bureau of
navigation to the entire naval service,
training to start July 1st and will last
until about December 30th."
PRESIDENT PAYS HONOR TO
Washington, April 6. President
and Mrs. Harding, members of the
cabinet and other high government
officials joined in tribute to the mem memory
ory memory of Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary
today when a memorial was placed at
his grave in Arlington by the Nation National
al National Geographic Society.
MORE TROUBLE FOR BLANTON
Representative Garner, democrat,
of Texas, declared in the House to today
day today if permitted by the rules to speak
what is in the minds of 435 members,
he would say that Representative
Blanton, of Texas, "is a disgrace to
this House and ought to be kicked
Garner's statement coming after
Blanton had defended himself against
a newspaper article threw the House
into great disorder and brought from
the speaker a sharp, quick command
to the sergeant-at-arms to prevent a
personal clash, after Blanton had
shouted he would hold Garner respon responsible
sible responsible if called a liar by him.
A BIRTHDAY PARTY
Little Johnnie Preer, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Preer, on Tuesday was
four years old and in honor of the oc occasion
casion occasion about thirty-five of his little
friends and playmates were invited to
his home on East Second street to
help him celebrate.
Mrs. Preer, Miss Elizabeth Murray
and Mrs. A. A. Winer-entertained the
children. They played all kinds of
games and their enjoyment in them
was spontantous and they thoroughly thoroughly-entered
entered thoroughly-entered into the spirit of the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. After a couple of hours of
play, the children were invited into
the dining room where the table had
been decorated for the occasion. In
the center was a big birthday cake
on which were four lighted candle3,
and around this on the table wers
scattered numbers of tiny Easter
chicks. From the chandelier suspend suspended
ed suspended to the four corners of the table
were pink and white steamers which
carried out the pink and white color
scheme. The birthday cake was cut
and served with ice cream and fudge.
After refreshments had been par partaken
taken partaken of the children were each given
one of the chicks which had been so
much admired. When the time came
to go home each little guest told the
small honoree what a good time he or
she had had and they went to their
homes with hearts full of happiness.
Johnnie received many presents for
his birthday one of which, a basket
with two real Easter chicks, attracted
much comment from all.
Keddick, April o. the supper
given by and for the benefit of the K.
of P. lodge last night was very large
ly attended. Representatives were
here from Ocala, Mcintosh, Sparr,
Lowell, Fairfield and other places.
Ovsters, ice cream, coffee and cold
drinks were served. Quite a neat little
sum will be realized we hope, which
will be used for the benefit of the new
lodge building which has just been
completed and which the K. of P.
lodge of this place is justly proud.
Mrs. H. J. Home and children and
Mrs. W. A. Hall visited relatives at
Fcrt White last week. Mrs. Home
visited her mother and Mrs. Hall her
grandmother and other relatives.
Mrs. Newman of Fort White is vis visiting
iting visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. IL Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Some of our young folks attended
the commencement exercises at Lowell
last Thursday night.
Mr. Charlie Crisman of Micanopy,
i visiting his daughter-in-law and
grandsons, Mrs. R- L. Denham and
?on at this place.
Mrs. Texas Nash of Bartow is the
ffuest of her daughter, Mrs. Mary E.
P.ou. and family.
Services were held at the Presby-
t:?r!e Rev. Phillips preached his fare-
well sermon, instead of on Sunday
right, as was stated last week.
TAILORED AT FASHION PARK
Most complete line of men's eloth-
irg on the market today. Every gar garment
ment garment sold with a guarantee. Guar
antee Clothing & Shoe Company, Y.
M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Ocala, April 6. Is is reported here
that if Wm. J. Bryan runs for, the
Senate he will open his campaign of
fices in Ocala. That report prompted
the Ocala Star today to offer office
room free to Mr. Bryan, if such an in intention
tention intention is carried out.
MRS. WHITTLNGTON AND
DAUGHTER SET FREE
Dr. Seymour's Case Continued And
Himself Freed on Thousand
Bushnell, April 6. Mrs. Ida Whit Whit-tington
tington Whit-tington and her sixteen-year-old
daughter Irene, charged with man manslaughter,
slaughter, manslaughter, in connection with the death
of an infant girl alleged to have been
the child of Irene, were acquitted by a
jury in circuit court here today on
instructions from Judge Bullock. The
infant's body, in a mutilated condition,
was found in a pond near here several
The case of Dr. D. H. Seymour, a
physician, who is under indictment
for murder in the first degree and
manslaughter in connection with the
death of the infant, was continued un until
til until the October term of court, and the
physician released on $1000 bail.
Cotton Plant, April 5. Mrs. Susie
Strickland is spending a few days
with her relatives at Crystal River.
Mrs. Smyth is visiting Mrs. C. P.
Veal a few days before she goes back
to her home in Alabama.
Miss Emma Scott has been spend spending
ing spending a few days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Williams.
We are sorry to hear of the death
of little Boyd James Stone, and his
parents and loved ones have our
sympathy. - a--'
Almost all of the farmers of Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant have gene in the potato
business and we hope they will have
Mrs. f myth led prayer meeting at
St. Johns church Fuiday night.
Mr. Newkirk, Mrs. Woodward, Mrs.
Smyth and Mr. Clarence Woodward
motored to Jacksonville Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, March 26th, and came back Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, March 28th, and report a fine
Miss Rachel Veal spent the night
at the home of her grandmother at
Martel Tuesday night.
Eastlake, March 28. The Ea.st.ake
Investment Company has been ferti fertilizing
lizing fertilizing and spraying its large groves
this week and they present, a handsome
appearance. The company has just
bought of Louis R. Chazal a lot of
the tract known as the Anthony
grove on Palmetto avenue, and an another
other another lot of E. E. Converse on An Anthony
thony Anthony avenue. Both of these lots con contain
tain contain fine bearing fruit trees.
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Lockwood,
who have been spending the winter at
the home of Mr. Frank Carpenter on
the Dixie Highway, expect to leave
next week for a short stay in Or
lando, before returning to their home
in Tauton, Mass.
Fishermen are rejoicing in the fact
that perch are now biting splendidly,
and large catches are reported. Mr.
R. E. McCuen caught forty odd in a
short time a day or two ago, and gen
erously passed them around among
his less fortunate friends.
Dr. and Mrs. James E. Klock, with
Mrs. Klock's two sister from the
north who are visitinjr her, came over
from their beautiful home in Weirs Weirsdale,
dale, Weirsdale, known as Oak Heights, to attend
the regular community supper at the
club house Friday evening.
Captain Norman Tony of Peabody,
Mass., has just purchased of Lotus
R. Chazal two lots on the corner of
New York avenue and Palmetto street
overlooking the lake, and is making
plans to build a pretty bungalow
thereon, and make Eastlake his per permanent
manent permanent home. Captain and Mrs. Tor-
ry, who have been spending the win
ter in Mrs. H. A. Fausetfs cottage,
have made a warm places for them
selves in the hearts of their neighbors,
who are re joking at the prospect "of
their living among them.
Mrs. E. W. Lee of Mount Vernon,
N. Y., who is spending two months at
her pretty cottage oi New York ave
nue, and Mrs. Howard V. Lee will en entertain
tertain entertain at the regular tea at the dub
bouse Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. S&ffold of Cleveland, Ohio, who.
with his wife, is extending a few
weeks is Ocala, has been at M acreage
Cottage for a few days enjoying the
figh gwith Mr. McCuen.
Ocala Star Offers Him Room
Campaign Headquarters In
Its Own Office
Meeting Vfffl be Held U Form Lccsi
Branca of National Body ca The
Evening of Next Monday
A meeting will be held in Ocala.
Monday night, April 10th, at ei-ht
o'clock in the court house for the pur pur-post
post pur-post of organizing a county branch
of the American Automobile Associa Association.
tion. Association. Mr. C O'Connor, field secretary
of the A. A. A-, will come here fcr tha
purpose of perfecting the organiza organization.
tion. organization. At the same time it is expected
that there will be representatives here
from the northern and southern pen peninsular
insular peninsular counties .of Florida with a
view to providing for the completion
of a good road from the Georgia line
to Fort Myers by next winter. The
American Automobile Association U
promoting the completion of tsro
routes into Florida by the next tourist
season one of these from Chicago to
Fort Myers down the center of the
Florida peninsula, and the other down
the Atlantic coast."
It is urged that everyjcommunity la
the county be represented at tha
meeting Monday : night, especially
those who own automobiles and are
interested in automobiles or automo automobile
bile automobile traveL
(L. T. L)
Buddy, you missed a good one last
night if you were not at the meetis
of Post No. 27. There was a large
attendance and all who came were
cocked and primed for a good time.
From the minute the commander &ve
the order to load and fire at will there
was not a moment which was not filled
with shot, shell and gas (mostly g&s).
There were many present wha hare
not been seen in the legion hall for
many months and some members
made their first appearance. It was
amusing to see their eyes open wids
when the ladies of the auxiliary ? g-V j
that we take a recess and tLsa
brought in hot coffee and sasdwkLes.
Many a man resolved then and there
that the first Wednesday night r ia
each' month would be set aside izr. ".
legion meeting, and that nothing ahort
of sickness would keep him away, ;
TRACK TEAM TO TALLAHASSEE i
The O. IL S. girls 'track team will
leave today for' Tallahassee to take
part in the state high school meet lor
girls. Ocala has tome very good
athletes among her "girls and expects
to make a good showing at the state
meet. Those making the trip are
Misses Ava Lee Edwards, EsleUe
Wilkes, Brent Woods, Jess DsLcn,
Mildred Bullock and Lena Ricketsoa.
INDIAN MOUND ..
Indian Mound, April Allx. and
Mrs. W, R. McDonald are the happy
parents of a son at Gourd Neck.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fore were vis visitors
itors visitors in Lacota Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gore and grand grandson
son grandson motored to Ocala Tuesday sight.
We are sorry to hear that lln.
Wyatt McDonald of Gourd Neck ij
under the care of a doctor at Esrcka,
and hope she will soon be well again.
Mrs. Albert Turner was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Randall Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. J. B. Gore is hardening tie
road over Indian Mound.
Mr. James Kelly is visiting Ms par parents
ents parents at lacota.
Mr. and Mrs. Franlde Smith and
their two sons and Oliver Gore were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wall Sunday
Mr. William McDonald was the
guest of Miss Deilie Godwin Tuesday.
Fellowship, April 3- We are seed-
ing rain. Some of our-farmers are
not through planting their cts.p!e
crops. : .. ': i
The vegetables in this section are
looking fine, considering the weabsr
Mr. and Mrs& A, HcCuHy return
ed about a week ago from s trip dowa '-the
the '-the East Coast.
Dr. J. It. Davis of Irvine came dowa
last Thursday and organized a trsck trsck-ersa$sociation.
ersa$sociation. trsck-ersa$sociation. Mrs. Tom Proctor returned tons
this afternoon after, spending a Izts
days with her mother, Mrs. H A.
Quite a nnmber of the FeUsrmUp
people attended church at ElUts-a
er. C M. Brittain of JacksorriHa
and Mr. K. C Moore of Ocala were
callers a few days ago.
The Jolly Jokes Gab gave a cj!is!i
party and pknle yesterday aftersoca
at Carter's pond. They invited a
number of their friends. After Isti Isti-irg
irg Isti-irg they enjoyed several gares t i
then spread sapper, after TstUi CI
weeded their way Lcsewxri,
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APPLEYARD DIDN'T DO IT
In -Wednesday's Star, and 'all other
afternoon, papers served by the Asso
...cjated. Press, in Florida, appeared the
..u :i "Orlando,, April 5.r (By, Associated
. a A Press). Three hundred-.; delegates
.from. all sections of the state east and
south of the Suwanee river met here
...r,; .. .. ..today .to,, permanently organize the
,i! -jc Capital, ..Removal Association with the
: . obiect of movin? the camtal from
&a Tallahassee to the central part of the
. ..'.'Colonel ,T. ; J. Appleyard the state
k ,i printer, appeared at the meeting and
w ifcj threw, 'a .bomb shell by inviting the
'.--h -r ..organization in behalf of the Leon
, iiW- county chamber of commerce to at
v tP4 the ; cornerstone laying for the
i new addition to the caDitol there Mav
... Mr. Appleyard might have made
v (i.that) unseemly brag to people about
, i i .wwnfcbut he did not throw any bombs
' in the convention. He did not' make
.'.'.: ;li t.e alleged statement in the meeting.
and,. so .far as we can learn, did' not
w. i Jake any. speech.
i .The dispatch containing Appleyard's
i . alleged "bomb' was received "in the
f Star office before the Orlando meeting
.',.,, ,t .waa called to order.
V , It, .would have been bad taste and
; bad judgment forr Appleyard to make
. ... t ..such a brag in a peninsular" Florida
1 ; jcounty. Itfwould only serve to remind
tJ the, people of the greater 5 part of the
state of a. deliberate steal made for
. j the. benefit of Tallahassee and West
, The" following Associated Press
tlspatch was received this morning:
' Orlando April 6. Colonel -Thomas
i'l Appleyard, state printer, did not
' invite the Capital Removal Associa
tion here yesterday to attend the lay
ing' of the cornerstone of the new ad addition
dition addition to-the capitol at Tallahassee in
the' near future, as reported." Apple Apple-yard
yard Apple-yard 'didn't address the convention
but was in the city and' mingled with
the delegates outside the convention
hall.u George H. Wilder of Plant City
, was elected president of the perma perma-'nent
'nent perma-'nent organization and his headquar
ters will be Plant City. The next
meeting of the association will be
held in Palatka.
I - m -. m 1
view, twelve eacn. utner mstncxs
show from eleven on down to zero.
This work, cost the county $360, or
about 75 cents for each registration.
FREE OFFICE ROOM IN
OCALA FOR BRYAN
The Star is informed on pretty
good authority-that William J. Bryan,
if he runs for the Senate, will open
campaign headquarters, in Ocala. We
hope this is true, "for if it is it will
cause considerable kale to be scattered
around the old town. We have two
rood office rooms that we are now
using, for files and other articles,
which can:bemoved "out of them for
a few months. These rooms we offer
free, gratis, to the peerless, for the
campaign. All the expense he will be
put to will be for light and telephone
service. We have no grape juice, but
he can draw on our water cooler if ho
as u temporary reuez tnat ine sol
diers have ever had. And do you
mean to tell us that while he was sin
cerely doing What he believed his
duty that these same men are going
to forget- such an act and line up
with a bunch of defeated candidates
and the interests of Wall street and
the corpoartions who would like to
get anybody they can in. Park Tram-
mell's seat? The American public is
so constituted that when they believe
man is sincere in his efforts, when
he proves by his acts that he is not
playing the public's interests for his
own personal gain .or benefit, it makes
a .lasting impression upon them and
they are not unmindful of what these
things are. Lakeland Star.
, OCALA. TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star April 6, 1902)
The livery firm of Iiddon & Stand
ley waa dissolved yesterday by mutual
consent and an equal division made
of the live stock, vehicles, etc. As
soon as his new stand is ready Mr.
Standley .will move his portion and
open up a new livery business, and
Mr Liddon will continue in business
at the .present stand.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor are at
the Ocala "House, having arrived from
Eustis. The family expect to remain
here now that this is Mr. Taylor's
Mrs. H. J. droves and little son
Henry have gone to Lake Weir for a
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary pleasantly en
tertained the Daughters of the Con
The Ocala Rifles assembled on the
court house square yesterday after
noon for dress parade. The company
presented a fine appearance and ex
euted the drill movements and manu
al of arms with regularity and pre
Messrs. R. A. Burf ord and R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson went to DeLand yesterday,
with Judge Locke of Jacksonvile, to
act as judges in the intercollegiate
debate, between Stetson and the Flor
ida' State College.
Ocala Ten Year9 Ago
(Evening Star April 6, 1912)
Starvation threatens the flood refu
gees throughout the inundated sec
tion.of the Mississippi valley. Reports
coming from this section state that
over ten thousand are homeless.
IMPRESSIONS OF A
MAN FROM INDIANA
Mr. Carl Sewell, one of Brooks-
ville's prominent young men, made a I bass, from three to six pounds, with
short visit with his sister, Mrs. J. P.
Mr. George Easterling's big farm
at Martel is looking fine. He has 225
acres in cantaloupes and watermelons.
SURPRISE PARTY FOR
MRS. FLORENCE K. WELLS
- t s In the thirty-two election districts
' .outside' of Ocala, 482 persons regis regis-.
. regis-. 1 tered, of which number 348 were wom women,
en, women, says Mr. D. M. Barco,, supervisor
of', registration. The women of Dun Dun's
's Dun's -' nellon lead the list with thirty-seven,
w.-i.i'-'i. while Stanton is a. close second, with
-h r. i thirty-three. ,v Grahamville shows
twenty-eight and Fairfield is close up
-e with twenty-seven; Reddick comes
.nextt with twenty-five; Summerfleld,
. twenty-one; Citra, seventeen; ; Flem Flem-?
? Flem-? V t ington, sixteen; Mcintosh', fifteen;
;. t;;- Orange Springs,. Anthony and Belle-
It takes a weddin' to bring out 57
varieties of pickle-forks.
A delightful surprise party was
given by the members of the Civic
League to Mrs. Florence Kraft Wells,
on the occasion of her twenty-second
birthday, April 1, 1922, at Belleview.
According to pre-arrangement the
guests assembled early and promptly
at 8:30 p. m. the lights were turned
off, it having been planned by her
relatives that Mrs. Wells should come
to the club house at this hour and try
the effect of a new song in the audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium. s Nothing marred the stage setting.
The party entered the front door,
grumbling at the gloom and found the
switch, and then a blaze of light,
flowers everywhere and a crowd of
laughing guests calling "Happy birth
inere was no doubt over tne sur
prise. The birthday lady was incredu incredulous
lous incredulous almost dazed, as she glanced
about, and it was some moments be before
fore before she was able to respond to the
greetings on every side, and then
sang a most beautiful, bird-like song
as a better expression of her feelings.
More music followed, a number
gathered about the ard tables, but as
a whole the gueses seemed to prefer
a good, old-fashioned, get-together
At mid-evening, long tables, attrac attractively
tively attractively set for luncheon, were moved
to the center of the room, the one in
the middle bearing a beautiful birth birthday
day birthday cake blazing with candles, a tri tribute
bute tribute from Miss Katherine Pyles. As
Mrs. Wells took the seat of honor a
shower if birthday cards fell before
her, other gifts resting on the table.
Snappers containing fancy caps for
the guests created much merriment,
those of Mrs.' Wells at the head of
the table, and Mr. Eddie Armstrong at
the foot, being especially elaborate.
In response to repeated requests,
Mrs. Wells sang again and again and
also recited in her inimitable manner.
Miss Pyles and -Miss Freeman also
sang, and a number joined in the
The evening was voted one of the
most delightful of the season by all
present and the hope was expressed
that Mrs. Wells would be in Belleview
on her next birthday.
A reporter of the Star, while wan
dering around, had the pleasure of
meeting Mr. E. C. Ward, from In
diana, who, with his wife and daugh
ter, is now located on Lake Weir,
which he says is the most beautiful
lake in the state.
Like all northern and western peo people
ple people who come here and stay long
enough to see anything grow, Mr.
Ward was insistent that his garden
be inspected, which we did, and to
quote him when showing it:
"I didn't move on this place until
January 1st of this year and every everything
thing everything had been neglected so I had to
clekn up all the ground. See that
corn! Silks popping out and we will
soon have roasting ears. How about
these peas and beans ? Wish you could
stay to dinner for they are the finest
on earth and I would be ashamed to
tell how short a time they have been
planted; radishes grow so fast that
they do not have time to all grow
down in the ground, but come both
ways and tender to the last bite.
Lettuce no use showing you, for any anywhere
where anywhere in the county you can see big
fields of it. Turnips well, it's get
ting rather late for the best. See
those strawberry plants! Look at the
berries have been eating them since
March 10th, and will continue :for a
month yet. I had to fix the 'land and
set them out. Can you beat it? Set
out January 28th
"Watermelons and cantaloupes run-.
ning fine, and by May 1st to 10th will
be eating them. Irish "potatoes eat eating
ing eating them now right out of the garden.
Sweet potatoes are running fine and
will have them to eat by June 1st
So far have used no fertilizer, but will
force some of the things along from
now on, with an application. or two
"Fish! Well, we are eating them
daily and from the speckled.- perch,
weighing up to a pound and a half to
an occasional one of ten pounds or
more. -The largest I have caught
weighed six pounds."
Mr. Ward is very (enthusiastic, but
has the stuff to show his basis for en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. Our wandering around
nhowed us some of the finest crops we
have ever seen. One forty-acre field
of sweet potatoes, Mr. Ward drew our
attention to, for it takes the new
comer to notice these things, they; are
so common to us. These potatoes were
set out for the early markets, to crate
and. sell at fancy prices, ahead of any
other crop raised anywhere, either
north or south.
Mr. Ward was also very enthusiastic
about the immense melon crop, some
thing like four thousand acres, in the
southern part of thi3 county and in
the counties immediately adjoining
His little garden, with everything in
it, was just a sample of the thousands
of acres of tomatoes, cantaloupes,
sweet potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, corn,
He drove sixteen hundred miles
with (to use his own expression "All
of us getting disgusted more and
more, the further we drove," but when
they reached Ocala, things began to
ease up with them, and when they
finally located in a little home, began
to realize that they had reached their
goal, and now says this is good
enough for him for the rest of his
life, and Mrs. Ward seems just as well
When he drives over the county and
sees the immense citrus fruit groves,
oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and
ponderosa lemons, weighing from two
to.four pounds each, then from these
to the farms of from ten to two thou
sand acres in culitvation, covered with
the finest crops, at a time of the year
when he has been used to seeing very
little but snow and ice, cattle in the
fields and pastures, without the neces necessity
sity necessity of housing, hogs fattening and
gathering their own feeds, he says:
"What's the use living in discomfort,
when one can have all the comforts?
And just look at those women and
children in the water, swimming, fish fishing
ing fishing and lounging in the sun in their
wet bathing suits. They have been
keeping it "up all winter."
One farmer told Mr. Ward that, the
creamery was paying him ; $1200 a
month for milk. Mr. Ward hasn't in inspected
spected inspected the creamery as yet, but says
he will in a few days. He thinks he
ought to have a few cows to eat his
waste and turn that into money too.
Oxford, April 4. The big packing
house at Oxford is in full headway
under the supervision of Foreman G.
M. Dudley of Plant City, the straw strawberry
berry strawberry garden of South Florida, and
here are a few hints of its size. It is
so long that the foreman set us a lit little
tle little telescope in the .middle po he
could see from one end to the" other.
It is not as high as the Tower of
Babel, but it is so big that a tele telephone
phone telephone system would be convenient in
calling for material on the job. You
know it is some size when the carpen
ters had one side up and the flood
layed before the brick masons finished
the last line of piers, and the whole
story is not complete till we tell you
that the genial J. H. Scott started one
this week almost a duplicate of it.
The brick "lyers" union held a spe
cial meeting the other night to attend
to some important matters. Charges
were preferred against Foreman Geo.
M. Dudley for laying brick with a
wooden trowel, and after some heated
debate, he was ( exonerated because
there are so few boys trying to learn
a trade these days. The regular brick
lyers" were given notice that if they
did not quit working so fast, they
would be transferred to the Summer-
field job as soon as they were through
at Oxford. The was unanimously
agred that all suggestions by visitors
must be submitted to the architect in
writing. There has been some litle
trouble about a water boy, because
there was no one who belonged to the
water carriers' union."
Judging from the prospect' of the
tomato crops and from what we saw
Saturday, it will not be long before
the packing house will be in demand.
Lieut. Burk, who claims the medal for
some extrordinary flights while in
France and who has since come to
Oxford and bought one of the most
desirable home locations in town,
brought in the best and biggest toma
toes of the season. It looks, as if he
is ahead in the game so far. We wish
him success in his new adventure.
Mr.. A. L. Caruthers, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Caruthers, Mr. S. C. Caruthers,
all leading farmers of Long Ham Hammock,
mock, Hammock, were mingling with their Ox
ford friends, last Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. O'Berry of near
Charter Oak, also Mr. David Scraggy
were in Oxford Saturday, attending to
Mr. F. W. Sigmon en joyed a 'pleas 'pleasant
ant 'pleasant day last Friday at the attractive
little village of Belleview, with his
J. T. Williams of Sumterville, ex-
county commissioner and candidate
for re-election, passed through Oxford
last Sunday, enjoying what might be
termed a .good-road-ride. (
Met a car the other day "on the good
roads of Sumter, but it Qng so
fast-.the.only one we could recognize
was County Clerk W."N. Potter of
Foreman Geo. M. Dudley, Brick
Mason Clifford Hutchinson' and Mr.
Tom(ato) Hicks motored to Plant
City last Saturday to spend Sunday
with home" people, and returned Mon Monday.
The I. O. O. F. meets regular and is
taking on some new life in the way of
months, closed her school today and!
leaves tomorrow for her home at Or-'
Henry Henderson and wife of Ocala-
were visitors in the neighborhood
R. C. Love rid ge of Ocala was a
business visitor here last week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter R.
McDonald, March 28th, a son, named
Walter Elmer McDonald; also on
April 1st to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Griffin,
a little girt.
Mrs. ,E. O. Powell and Miss Edna
GGnann went to Ocala Monday on a
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 F. W. DITTO, Agent.
Syrup Hypophosphites Compound,
A good tonic, $1.25 the bottle, two for
$1.26, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
Irvine, April 4. Messrs. Fred
Waits and Bridges were business call callers
ers callers Wednesday.
Mr. Moore of Hawthorn was a Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday caller.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards were
business visitors to Ocala Wednesday.
Dr. J. L. Davis motored to Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton Thursday.
MrJ R. B. Fant and son Davis Fant,
of Fantville, were in our burg Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mrs. J. L. Davis and Mrs. Sue Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver and Miss Mamie Fant- visited
Messrs. 7 Roscoe Collins and Frank
Alderman motored to Tallahassee
Mr. Roscoe Mathews of Flemington
was a Saturday caller. .
Mr. Robert Chitty and family spent
Sunday in .Micanopy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine, Mr.
Kingcade Irvine of Orange Lake, and
Mrs. Jones Williams of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.
M. Blitch Sunday.
Mr. "John Edwards and family .of
Ocala .spent 'Sunday pfternoon -with
Mr. and MrsL. .K; Edwards.
' Br. and Mrs."W. P. Walker (of Or Orange
ange Orange Lake and daughter, Mrs. Kate
Sanderson of New York, called on Mr.
and MrsWilmer Gibson" Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mrs.- Louisa "Williams and. son
Douglas, of Orange Lake, and Mr.
Frink Larkey of Detroit, Mich., paid
a call to Dr. Davis and family Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon.
WE DO NOT
WE DO SELL
IT IS GOOD
IP IT IS
W. H. MARSH, Prop"
V JUST A FEW ITEMS IN OUR
ONE CENT SALE
Toilet Water, $1.00, 2 for '$1.01
Cold Cream, 50c, 2 for 51c
Face Powder, 50c, 2 for 51c
Shaving Stick and Cream 35c, 2 for . 36c
Powder Puffs 25c, 2 for . 26c
Poimd Paper 50c, 2 for . 51c
Envelopes to match 20c, 2 for . 21c
Symphony Lawn Paper, farcy edge,
$1.00, 2 for . $1.01
Hot Water Bottle $2.50, 2 for $2.51
Fountain Syringe $2.50, 2 for $2.51
GERIG'S DRUG STORE
The Gift Shop
Pianos & Players
Harrington Hall Corner
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY S
PMO N-E 2 4 3 :
. F05i EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
Cook's Market arid Grocery
. mm .-. .S .. . .. ..
CMttiM Carry SlKerwe
Get The (Bash A nd Carry Habit. Others
Have Gotten It And They Are :
We Make -x Small Charge of Five Cents for Delivering 1 ci r
Groceries, and if the Order Amounts to $5.00 or Over Ve De- j!
liver Free of Charge: You Save the 5c on a Couple ot Items.
We take Telephone OrJers ard rut the Ccods up and Deliver thtir. U tie tit a ii less
than $5.00 we male a Charge of Ten Cents for Putting the Goods ap aid Deiioiririg tUrr It
the Order is for More than$S.t0 ue gtt fam ap and male Delivery Free. Kale Money by Get-
ff;. i . .
V? fng in a arge Order-Once a Week. Ycu save Around 10 per cent. So on ja $5.00 Order
Yon will Clear Around 50c. Worth picking up.
HERE IS A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR REGULAR PRICES:
There is one thing which the sol soldiers
diers soldiers of the country and especially
those of Florida, because it is Sen Senator
ator Senator Trammell's home, will never for forget
get forget and that is while the politicians
were parleying over the spoils of war;
Ltrying:toline tip the soldiers' inter
ests sa that. it wuld benefit them and
their friends most, Senator Park
Trammell was working with all his
might and main and was successful in
getting the first and only bonus thru
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are c'ogantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," oar
motto. J Our r special ties are Western
Meats and Seafoods, n Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN ME TRIE, Prop.
Lynne, April 4. P. T. Randall and
George Randall were visitors to Ocala
. Mrs. Henry Heineman Sr. spent
Thursday in the county seat.
Walter Sewell who is now working
at Astor visited relatives at Conner
W. C Henderson, Joe Hudgens, T.
B. Griggs and Charlie Mills went to
Salt Springs Thursday on a -fishing
Rev. Gus Padgett perached Sunday
at Oklawaha church, morning and
evening; sWhile; here he was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs.' J.- N. Stevens. 1
' Mrs. R. O.- Gnann and children have
returned from -a isit ito relatrrea at
Raiford. Mr. A. T. Mosely, Mrs.
Gnanns father, returned with them.
Mi3s Matchett who has been teach teaching
ing teaching the Key Pond school for several
fc Granulated Sugar, pound
Hi KingaiVs Peerless Creorm ry
ijfl Butter, pound
yl 1 Kingan's Sliced Bacon, pctnd
:M box ;
Kingan's Plantation Breakfast
'M Bacon, 'pound.. ...
Full Cream Cheese, pound..
jyi Seal Brand Coffee
Chase & Sanborn's No. 46 Cof Coffee,
fee, Coffee, pound .- 2ic
& Chase & Sanborn's High Grade
The last tw Coffees are pack packed
ed packed in parchment bags and
you do not ; have to buy
costly tin cans.
"Argo Salmon -
Royal Scarlet Sarclines
Small Blue Karo Syrup
Large Blue Karo Syrup
Small Red Karo Syrup i ,12Kc
Large Red Karo Syrup. -.---- 35c
Log Cabin Syrup 30c, 60c arid $1.20
Wesson's Oil. pint. 28c
Wesson's Oil, quart
Baby Cream, tin Bess
Tall Cream, tin Bess.
R:;mf 3id Faking Powder. :.V
Rumford Baking Powder...
Calumet Baking Powder. -.
Kellogg's Corn Flakes:... ....
Postoa sties ....
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg
Cream of Wheat
Quaker Rolled Oats. ... .
Lighthouse Washing Powder
Octagon Soap, i trge
J. E. M. Flour, the highest
' grade flour ,we have ever
fold 12-pound bag . . . 75c
J.-E. M. Flour, 24-pound bag.. 1.50
Small Bread, loaf.-J. .... 08c
Large Bread, loaf 12c
Uneeda Biscuit. .... . 0G c
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I Kathleen Norris
Copyright by Kathleen Norris
I can't keep this op V she told her herself,
self, herself, playing games with little conva convalescent
lescent convalescent Pip, walking over frozen roads
with the glrU, reading under the eve eve-aing
aing eve-aing lamp. "I can't keep this up J
Twenty-seven, and a governess, and
In love with a married man who does
not know I am alive!" summarized
Harriet, bitterly. "I will simply bave
to forget it, and begin again, that's
And she meditated upon David, the
excellent, steady, devoted David, who
was Fred's brother and a dentist In
Brooklyn, and who gave the children
wonderful holidays at Asbury Park.
It would make Linda and Fred very
happy to have her change toward
him: they were a little hurt and si silent
lent silent about David. He always went
with them to the crowded beach where
they spent July and August, had had
a car this year, Linda told her sister,
and had been "so popular.
David was there, Christmas day, and
there was a fire and a tree, happy chil children
dren children everywhere, rosy little neighbors
coming In to see the toys, snowy wet
farments spread on the porch after
church.: David took Harriet walking
In the fre-h cold air, a Harriet so
beautiful in her furry hat and long
coat, with her brilliant cheeks and her
blue eyes shining under a blown film
f golden hair, that Linda. ne
basted the turkey in the hot kitcneu,
couldn't help a little prayer that that
would all come out "right."
"But, Davy dear!" Harriet and
David had stopped short in the exqui exquisite,
site, exquisite, silent woods. "There Is a feel feeling
ing feeling a something that makes marriage
right! And I haven't It, that's all!"
"How do you know you haven't?"
he said, smiling. "Harriet, If once
you said you would, It would come.
Harriet," his arm was about her now.
"Harriet, His Arm Was About Her
Now, His Voice Close to Her Ear,
"Don't Let Those Years With Rich
People Spoil You for the Real
his voice close "to her ear. "don't let
those years with rich people spoil you
for the real thing, dear!"
She looked up at him, with some something
thing something wistful In her blue eyes. In
stantly she saw leap to hi face the
look he had hidden so many years ;
she heard a new ring In his voice.
"Ah you darling! You will? You'll
, let me tell them?"
"No, no, no!' Half-angry, half half-sorry,
sorry, half-sorry, she put away his embrace. "I'll
" Davy, I hate to spoil your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas day I don't know what to say!
Til think about it !"
She turned to go home. Her heart
was lead within her.
"I suppose there's no help for It,"
ahe thought, in a panic. "Linda'U
nee it'll all be out In five seconds
But Linda met them at the door, full
of an announcement.
"Harriet, Mr. Carter Is here!"
Back came the tide with a great
rush, nothing else mattered. For a
moment Harriet was turned to stone.
Then In a dream of radiance and de delight
light delight she went. Into the little parlor,
and Richard Carter stood up to gi-eet
her, and there was nobody else in the
world. Linda had Introduced herself :
David was Introduced. Harriet glanced
about helplessly ; he had not come
here to say "Merry Christmas.-' surely.
"I suggested that Hansen take the
little people for a five-minutes' drive."
he explained, "and then I shall have
to hurry back. I wanted to speak to
you on a matter of business. Miss
Field. I wonder since yu're well
wrapped If we might walk to the cor corner
ner corner and meet them; 111 only steal, you
from your family far five minutes."
"Certainly!" Harriet' h. ;!- was
singing. She wa lirdly cons-Mous of
what he said; it was enough that he
had sought her out. that she was to
hate one more word with him.
"I came here to d'scuss ray own
plans. Miss Field." he said at the gate,
"but a hint from your sister has made
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me fear that perhaps I am fob late.
She' tells ..me, that you may be making
plans of your own.
"David T Harriet said, resentfully.
"I have no plans with David!" she
"I didn't know," Richard answered.
"I came to ask you to come back.
Things are In an absolute mess with
us. We have not had a serene moment
since you left us three weeks ago."
To go back back to Crownlands
Harriet's spirit soared- She knew she
must go back I She had only despaired
of their ever needing her again. Every
fiber cf her being strained toward the
- "Linda,, my sister, thinks It would
be unwise," she began. The man in interrupted
terrupted interrupted her.
"There has been a new turn of
events. Miss Field. I had some infor information
mation information last night which may make a
difference," he said, gravely. "I re received
ceived received a wire from. Pope, in France.
My wife Isabelle died on an operat operating
ing operating table yesterday afternoon, la
Harriet, stupefied, could only look
at him fixedly for a long minute. Her
lips parted, but she did not speak.
"Died?" she whispered sharply. The
man nodded without speaking. "But
but what was it?' Harriet said.
For answer he gave her the crum crumpled
pled crumpled cable, with the bare statement of
fact. She read it dazedly, looked at
his somber face, and read It again.
"I can't believe It!" she said.
"Well, now," Richard began present presently
ly presently in a different tone, "we are, as I
said, Miss Field, In a mess. I haven't
told the children this ; they have a lot
of young people there over Christmas.
My mother and Nina are planning
some entertainment for New Year's
night, and I suppose this will end all
that; I should suppose that Nina and
her brother must have a period of
mourning. I am deeply Involved in a
big project In Brazil, committee meet meetings
ings meetings all through January I can't
swing it, that's all.
"Now, when we last talked of the
subject together," Richard pursued In
a businesslike way, "you objected to
the suggestion of a marriage, because
my wife was then still alive. Am I
"Yes, that's correct!" Harriet said,
voicelessly. She felt herself beginning
"My purpose in coming today was
to suggest that, If that was your sole
objection," the man continued, pains painstakingly,
takingly, painstakingly, "you might feel the situation
changed now. I need you. We all do.
If it is my mother who makes it im impossible,
possible, impossible, or some other thing that I
cannot change why, I must get along
as best I can. But ray proposition is
that you anct I are quietly married
tomorrow; you come back tomorrow
night and annouuee it whenever you
see fit. I may seem a little matter-of-fact
about this. Miss Field, but I am
hoping you understand. I am making
you an unsentimental business offer.
I need you in my life and I offer you
certain advantages which 4t would be
silly and schoolboyish for me to deny
I possess. I have a certain standing
in the community which even Mrs.
Carter's madness has not seemed to
impair seriously. "The- boy and the
girl both love you, and you have my
wannVst friendship. Your position in
my household will be as free and in independent
dependent independent as was Isabelle's. I do not
know whether you will consider this
a fair return for what I ask, for after
all you are giving your services for
life to the Carter household
"Now, this is of course entirely sub subject
ject subject to what pleases you In ti.e. mat matter,"
ter," matter," he brfcke off, to say, emphatically.
"I merely throw it out as a sugges suggestion.
tion. suggestion. It would please me very much.
I would draw a long breath of relief
to have it settled. Mrs. Tabor is
there stays there; takes the head of
my table. I spent last night at the
club; I had cabled Pope and expected
an answer, but my mother telephoned
me at three o'clock this morning to
say that Ward and some of his friends
had gone out Ice-skating. Ward's
been dropped from his university. I
can't have that sort of thing, you
"When did you want me?" Harriet
brought her beautiful eyes back fron
some far vista.
"I thought that if you could meet
me at my office tomorrow I would
have all the arrangements made
Nina is to be at the Hawkes'; I send
the car for her at three. I thought
that you and she could go home to together
gether together to Crownlands. IH have to be
in town that night."
"Home to Crownlands!" Suddenly
Harriet's Hp quivered and her .eyes
brimmed with tears. "I'll be very
glad to go back," she said in a low low-voice,
voice, low-voice, "Good!" he said. "I needn't tell
you how I feel about It; It helps me
out tremendously. Now, about tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, how would you like that to be?"
"Well," she laughed desperately
through her tears. "We're 'Church of
England!" She laughed again when
he took out his notebook and wrote
the words down.
"Once It's done," he said, reassur reassuringly,
ingly, reassuringly, "you'll see my mother and all
the rest of them come Into line! It
puts you in a definite position, and
although I may seem to be rushing ami
confusing you now, there is a more
peaceful time to come we'll hope!"
he added grimly. "Here's Hansen
now. Lovely children," he added, of
the young Davenports and some inti intimates
mates intimates wjio were tumbling out of the
car, "lovely mother."
"You'll not speak of this yet?" Har Harriet
riet Harriet said, suddenly thinking of David
and Linda. "My sister might think
It lacked deliberation so close upon
Mrs. Carter's death. Td rather have
a little time, get things straightened
"Oil. certainly certainly!" She
could see he was relieved, was In Indeed
deed Indeed in cheerful spirits, us he gave
his furred hand to the children's, mit mit-tened
tened mit-tened ones. They thanked him shrilly
and Hansen smiled warmly upon Har Harriet
riet Harriet as he touched his cap. Then they
were gone. Linda, watching from the
window, thouirht t'r the chauffeur's
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obvious respect for Harriet was rather
Impressive. She came to the i-orch,
and Richard waved his farewell to
them en masse.
"He's very nice," said Linda. "Poor
fellow, he probably would have had
an entirely different moral efode. If
his life had been different!" Harriet
Inwardly writhed, but she did not stir
in the sisterly embrace of Linda's
At three o'clock the next afternoon
Nina Carter, leaving the Hawkes man mansion
sion mansion in New York city, with a great
many laughing farewells, descended to
her father's waiting car and discov discovered,
ered, discovered, sitting therein, an extremely
handsome young woman, furred and
trimly veiled, and deep in pleasant
conversation with Hansen.
"Miss Harriet !" Nina ejaculated in
a tone that betrayed a vague resent resentment
ment resentment as well as a definite surprise.
"Nina, dear!" Harriet accepted
Nina's kiss warjnly. "Are you glad
to see me?" And as Nina stumbled
In and established herself, Harriet
continued easily: "Your father and
I had a talk, my dear, and he sug suggested
gested suggested that I come back for a while.
So Hansen picked me up at the office
and here I am He tried to telephone
you, I know, but you were out. And
now," said Harriet, glancing at her
wrist watch, "I think we will go right
home, please, Hansen!"
Nina had been her own mistress
for several delicious weeks, and to
have any sort of restriction again was
very unpalatable to her. She sulked
all the way home ami Madame Carter,
meeting them at Crownlands, gazed
rather stonily at the newcomer, grant granting
ing granting her only the briefest greeting. But,
oh, how homelike and welcoming the
beautiful place, mantled In snow,
looked to Harriet's eyes. The snap snapping
ping snapping fires, the warmth and fragrance
of the big rooms and the very obvious
welcome of the maids, all were en enchanting
chanting enchanting to her. Her first duty was
to make a brief tour below stairs, af after
ter after which she went up to her own
When they returned from Hunting Huntington
ton Huntington in the fall, she and Nina, at Rich Richard's
ard's Richard's suggestion, had taken Isabella's
handsome rooms, turning both into
bedrooms and sharing the dressing
rooms and bath that Joined them. It
was here that Harriet found Nina
awaiting her, still with her hat on
and loitering with obvious discomfi discomfiture.
ture. discomfiture. "Miss Harriet!" Nina said with a
rush. "You are so sweet about things
like this, I wonder If you will mind
taking the yellow guest room it's
really much larger and leaving this
room? You see, when I have friends
Harriet, at the' dressing table, had
raised her hands to remove her hat..
Like any general, she realized the
crisis of the apparently unimportant
moment and met it by instinct.
"But you have an extra bed, besides
the couch, in your room, Nina !"
Nina cleared her throat, threw back
her head, regarded Harriet between
half-closed eyelids in a manner Harriet
realized was new, and drawled:
"I know. But if yu would ho so
very kind ?"
"Do you. know, I'm afraid J shan't be
so very kind!" Harriet said, briskly.
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"You're one of my duties here, you
know, little girl, and I think Daddy
would prefer to have me near you
Now, if you like to ask him. perhaps
he'll not agree with me; In which case
I shall move iminediately But mean meanwhile
Nina's face was scarlet ; she left the
room abruptly. A moment or two later
Harriet sauntered Into the adjoining
room, and found her again. The young younger
er younger girl was assuming a ruffled and he he-ribboned
ribboned he-ribboned negligee, and tossing her
wraps and street dress about careless carelessly.
ly. carelessly. Harriet noted this with disapprov disapproving
ing disapproving eyes, but said nothing. There was
an immense picture of Mrs. Tabor on
the dressing table, and she found in
that a sudden solution of the strange
change in Nina.
"'With Ladybird's unending deo deo-ion,
ion, deo-ion, to Ninette,'" read Harriet, fro;-.!
the Inky scrawl across the pi. rure.
Do you call her Ladybird. Nina? You
and she have formt-d a pretty strong
friendship, haven't you?"
"Oh. something more than thnt!"
Nina drawled in her new manner.
"She's the best sort !"
"Does she have my room when she
Is here?" Harriet presently suggested,
sympathetically. N my devr." she
added, as Nina's quick self-neious
and hostile lok iruve ee-i; t "Mrs.
Taor is too thoroughly acquainted
with convention to blame you if your
father keeps you under a governess
eye for a little while longer. You're
the most precious thing your f uhei
has, Nina, and as I used to reminc yoa
years ago, you don't begin to have the
restrictions that the European prin princesses
cesses princesses have to bear!"
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Hettie Johnson in typing and short-
hand. For information apply at 517
Oklawaha Ave., phone 470. 31-6t
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
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern govern-'
' govern-' ment inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
$1.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato, plants, $1.25 per 1000, f. o.
b. Ocala.' C. H. Cooner, 76 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St., Ocala, Phone 389. 20-tf
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
C. V. Roberts & Co.
' Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
" 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. v (Eastern Standard Time) -SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1 :66 pm Jacksonville 1 :50 pm
4:17 pra Jacksonville 3:50 pm
. Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NTork-St Petrabrg 1 :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 ua
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:85 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrz 4:05 ?m
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am JacksonviHe-NTork 2:SSun
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 8:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
8:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox v
7:25 am DuneUon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
:30 pm Homosaaaa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday..
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday...
q151 Tke better yoa care for
y011' eyes better
G 'S Tyour eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Visitors to Jacksonville :j
Adams St., Near Main
Cordially invites you and
Located in the heart of the city
and equipped with every mod modern
ern modern convenience.
Rates $1.50 Up
Ceo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
WILLIAMS' HEWS STAND
Now in the Harrington Hall
block, next to Ocala Gas
All daily Newspapers, Maga Magazines,
zines, Magazines, Periodicals
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes
Complete line HOME-MADE
CANDIES, Etc. Cool
Eat Yonr 'Easter Dinner Here
If you enjoy fine food deliciously
cooked and promptly served at a mod
erate price. We have prepared a spe
cial menu for Easter serving and we
invite all lovers of good living to
come and partake of the good things
on it. Tables can be reserved for two
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows and
mill work and will save you
enough to make the effort worth
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO.,
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
floor, and our equipment
is in shape to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line'
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen enable
US tO GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Ont of Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Needbam Motor Co.
We specialize on Ford and
Keo repair work
If yoa bare any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swope of
Eastlake were visitors in Ocala today.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. .tf
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
U a beauty you will like it. tf
Fountain Syringe and Hot Water
Bags $2.50 each, two for $2.51, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday at Gerig's
Drug Store ONE CENT SALE.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Mr. Angus Birdsey of Macon, was
a business visitor in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Special on ALUMINUM.- Large
pieces at $1.24 with a small piece
for 1c, Thursday, Friday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
GO-SAFE MAILING BOXES. No
string, no wrapping required. At The
Book Shop. 3-3t
Beautiful Florentine Opaque Ware,
$2 each, two pieces for $2.01 at Gerig's
Drug Store ONE CENT SALE.
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
The Star regrets to learn that Mrs.
H. W. Long will leave us in a day or
two, to return to Quincy. Her friends
in Marion county will anxiously await
her next visit.
Entire lot CUT GLASS $2.39 each,
two pieces for $2.40 at Gerig's Drug
Store ONE CENT SALE, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
Exquisite Toilet Water $1, two for
$1.01, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
Rexall Sarsaparilla. A fine spring
tonic, $1.25, two for $1.26, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday at Gerig's Drag
Store ONE CENT SALE.
One lot Crossett Men's Brogue Ox
fords $5.00. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Mr. W. W. Harris returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a week's trip to the west
coast and Tampa. His daughter, Mrs.
Edmund Martin, accompanied him on
Hard Rubber Combs 75c. each, two
for 76c, Thursday, Friday and Satur
day at Gerig's Drag Store ONE
Face Powders, Talcum Powders and
Face Creams at one penny for the ex
tra package Thursday, Friday and
Saturday at Gerig's Drag Store ONE
Newest novelties in ladies' street
and theatrical footwear in all sizes
and widths. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Company, Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Orange and Gold Chocolates, $1.00
a pound, two for $1.01, Thursday, Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday at Gerig's Drug
Store ONE CENT SALE.
Liggett's OPEKO COFFEE 50c a
pound, two for 51c, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store
ONE CENT SALE.
Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets, 25c,
each, two for 26c, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store
ONE CENT SALE.
This is Religious Book Week. We
are prepared to supply your needs in
this line. The Book Shop. 3-3t
Circle A of the Baptist church held
a very pleasant meeting Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. P.
Huckaby. There were twenty ladies
present. The first part of the pro
gram was taken up with devotional
exercises, which was followed by the
regular business of the circle. New
sewing was given out and plans made
for future work. At the close of bus
iness, a social session was enjoyed.
The hostess assisted by Mrs. John
Rogers and Miss Willie Huckaby,
served home made cake and ice cream.
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. C. L. Collins the third Tuesday
Some new and attractive CHINA at
The Book Shop. 3-3t
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
Mrs. Welsh Wheeler and Mrs. C. B.
Moore of Miami are expected to arrive
in Ocala tomorrow, by auto, for a
week's stay with Mrs. Wheeler's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. J. R. Dewey.
If youH try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that youll be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
The ladies of the Catholic church
will hold a cake, candy and fancy
work sale in front of Helvenstons
store, beginning at 10 o'clock, Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning- : -4-5-3t i
SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
The following students have main
tained an average of 90 in deport deportment,
ment, deportment, 95 in attendance and punctuality
and 90 in each subject daring the
sixth month of school which closed
High 4, Room 1: Irene Gilmore,
Mary Newton Green, Orfie Melin,
Francis Hays, Donald Abbott, James
High 4, Room 2: Pauline Williams,
Janle Thrash,- Frances Lewis, Flora
McKay,, Dorothy Walkley, Ruby
Hales, Katie Lou Rivers, Mildred
Wilkes, Thomas Carter, Harry Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, Charley Lovett, Baxter Cam,
Alvin Chace Charles Blankenship.
Low 5: Leslie Driggers.
High 5: Frances Ballard, Margaret
Christensen, Lois Carroll.
Low 6: Elizabeth Dickson, Paul
High 6, Room 1: Gladys Hales,
Hazel Furr, Kingman Moore.
High 6, Room 2: Lillian Leak, Eva
Lewis, Dasibel Clements.
High ; 7: Lucretia Hocker, Amy
Long, Dolly Potter, Babette Peyser,
Mamie Sue Spencer, Frances Drake,
High 8: Paul Ashworth, James
Hardee, H. W. Baxter, Maude Gary,
Sara Scott, Martha Rivers.
Grade 9: Emily Billings, Wilma
Shepard, Cleo Smith.
Grade 10: Marjorie Burnett, Karl
Henderly, Lena Ricketson.
Grade 11: Margaret Hocker, Hazel
Turbyfill, Aroline Krohn.
Grade 12: Irene Cam, Edith Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Clara Ricketson.
LITTLE WARREN KEITH
Since God in his infinite wisdom has
seen fit to take from us Warren
Keith, the lovely baby of Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Leitner; be it
Resolved, that the ladies of the
Dunnellon Ladies' Aid Society do ex
tend to the "bereaved parents and rela
tives their deepest sympathy, and do
commend them to our Savior, who
alone can comfort; and be it further
Resolved, that a copy of these reso
lutions be spread on the minutes, a
copy sent to the Mr. and Mrs. Leitner
and a copy sent to the Baptist Wit
ness and the Ocala Star.
Mrs. L. M. Kibler.
Mrs. C. W. Wells.
Mrs. W. B. Anderson.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Hair Brushes $1.50 each, two for
$1.51, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc-
ery store. 25-tf
Mrs. A. M. Withers entertained the
A Club last night at her home at its
regular weekly meeting. After an in interesting
teresting interesting evening spent at auction,
the hostess presented Mrs. J. W. Du Dumas
mas Dumas with a pretty pencil as a remem remembrance
brance remembrance of the occasion. Refreshment
consisting of fruit salad sandwiches,
iced coffee and cake were, served at
the conclusion of the evening. Those
playing were Mrs. W. M. Palmer, Mrs.
R. S. Hall, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs.
J. W. Dumas, Mrs. Carl Ray, Mrs.
Homer Oliver, Mrs. Rex Todd, Mrs.
H. C. Nichols, Mrs. Grider Perkins,
Misses Sallie Tomlinson, Pearl Ray,
Lucille Robinson, Meme Davis, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Davis, Mabel Meffert and Eloise
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
All wool heavy weight white flannel
trousers, $7.50 and $8. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Cc. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stiles returned
to Jacksonville today after a pleasant
visit in Ocala with Mr, and Mrs. A. T.
The Book Shop is displaying some
new ICED TEA SETS. 3-3t
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
Don't ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youll get the best made. 21-tf
W. K. Lane, Bf. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
A. C. L. TRAIN HIT AN AUTO
Misfortune surely camped on the
doorstep of Miss Alice Sexton this
morning. Only yesterday Miss Sex Sexton
ton Sexton purchased a Ford touring car and
this morning sent it to -the garage of
Williams & Company to have some
minor repairs. Miss Clifton Sexton
drove the car to the garage and left
it on Osceola street in front of tha
garage. It appears that the car was
not entirely clear of the A. C L. side-
t.mflr and tVi urnrlr tr-a in xr-ni Vi i I
hauling dirt to fill in the old depot
site backed into it a short while after
it was left there. When the wreckage
was cleared away the Ford was some
ten or more f eet down the track,
jammed between a telephone pole and
the building occupied by the tin shop.
What is left of the Ford would hard hardly
ly hardly fill a one-horse wagon.
JUDGE THE QUESTION
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about ice ? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
- Book that will make your
ST home more beautiful,-
F rOO more valuable: prepared
by experts; worth thousands of dol dollars
lars dollars to those owning or planning
Florida homes. Shows what to plant
and when to plant it Adds to money
value of your home. It's our TROP TROPICAL
ICAL TROPICAL PLANTING BOOK, and it's
FREE. Write tor it today.
Royal Palm Nurseries
Box 158, Oneco, Florida
HOT 131 6
vtr)raWSa In hnft w Oq Send fot Soatt
W WINVLE W. SMITH, rTfc
A. E. GER1G
Of Intention to Apply for Charter
The Bonita Fishing Club
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the judge of
the circuit court for Marion county
on the 9th day of May, 1922, for a
charter incorporating the undersigned
into a body politic under the name
and style of THE BONITA FISHING
CLUB, which said proposed charter is
now on file in the office of the clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county,
The character and object of the
corporation to be formed is: To pro promote
mote promote and foster interest in out of door
sports, especially angling and hunt hunting,
ing, hunting, and to provide suitable means and
opportunity for the enjoyment there thereof
of thereof by the members of the club.
T. T. Munroe.
T. P. Drake.
J. H. Spencer.
B. F. McGraw.
P. V. Leavengood.
H. M. Hampton.
4-5-Thur E. H. Martin.
Night Phone SIS
Day Phone 47
When the Hour Glass of
Time Runs Its Course
Funeral directors are called to pre prepare
pare prepare and lay away our loved ones. In
the humble cottage and palatial home
alike, this duty should be performed
that the memory in the care of our
dead give unwavering confidence in
those we employ.
Motor Equipment, Prompt Service
GEO. HACKAY & COMPANY
. Ftmeral Directors
B. Ocertcz, Director
? ? ? ? ? 2 ?
C O 7i mi T 1 1 Tiff r-"
THE NEW JASTZON SWIMMING SUIT
FOR MEN, LADIES AND BOYS. WILL
NOT SHRINK OR STRETCH OUT
OF SHAPE. ALL WOOL
Newest Styles in Ladies Fancy Shoes for
Spring and Summer
Patent and Grey Combinations With tlie New
Fawn Colored One-Strap Sandal With Call
Solid Grey Cleopatra Sandals With Spanish
-.. " '
Horsehide Sport Oxfords in Two Colors
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. O. D.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
U NEED AS, O
one package............ OC
two packages IOC
UNEEDAS, O f
three packages wC
OCTAGON SOAP, Ofn
three cakes mvIC
OCTAGON SOAP, 7R
one dozen cakes........ wC
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP, J
one cake .......... T... C
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP, OA OA-three
three OA-three cakes............ vJC
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP, 7lr
one dozen cakes C
ARGO SALMON ftr
per can OUC
Sugar Cane Syrup 10
pint bottles AiC
Sugar Cane Syrup drawn Cri
from barrel per gallon..
Campbell's Soup, 19
one can AfiiC
Campbell Soups, O O
three cans wwC
CORN FLAKES, A fin
one package.... XvC
three packages "OC
POST TOASTIES, Iflr
one package : XwC
POST TOASTIES, OC-
HEINTZ 'Mdar Vinegar 00
A general stock of groceries, a good dcKvery service, and your
goods will cost you no more from us
1 2 5 0 each
Cash Special Saturday, April 8
Twelve of These Excellent Rags Will be
Sold at $12.50 on the Above Date -Only
The last Day of the
. Big Sale
Corner Fort King and Magnolia
P Liberty Bonds Taken at par value
''ZZs'-Z vl" vi-' '-ix J J vc
Plmblng & Electric Contractor
, ," .- ... -. '.- ; -Personal
Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 2-Ct
Men's, all shapes and
styles, ranging farcin
$3.50 to $5C0, on
sale -'until Sat-
" nrday :
COTTON SEED MEAL.
COTTON SEED HULLS,
PURINA SWEET FEED
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW.
PURINA PIG CHOW.
- i Jx 'w' '-2 '-Es 'Zs vjy
Careful estimates made on a!l con contract
tract contract work. Gives more azul better
work for the money thaa arv ct' .r
contractor ia tls citr.
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