The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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TEMPERATURES This morning, 66; this afternoon, 88.

WEATHER FORECAST" air tonight and Sunday.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 84.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6.-06? Sets, 6.51
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1922
TO MEET NEXT YEAR
III TALLAHASSEE
WOULD IKE
TAX Oil OAS WILL j'lIITTEII 11"
i
TO RESUME THEIR
SESSIONS TUESDAY
RE
FORCES
ANOTHER BREAK
HAVE ANOTHER TEST F
Oil THE Bit
Florida Press Association in Daytona
Has Finished Its Annual : '.
Work
On Hearing Evidence, He Wants To
Have a Prominent Russian
Driven from America
Attorney General Buford is Quoted
As Intending to Bring It
Up Again
Plea Before Coroner's Jury of Day,
Who Killed Lieut-CoL Paul W.
Beck in Day's Home
Sunday Rest May Improve Tempers
Of Both Parties to The
Coal Strike
Army of Occupation Cot Down
The Last Withdrawal To
2600 Men
By

BORAH

J

I

Washington, April 8. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Declaring that he had
received charges that American -women
and children were butchered m Si Siberia
beria Siberia by General Semenoff, Chairman
IJorah of the Senate labor committee
today announced he would endeavor to
bring about the deportation of the
anti-bolshevik leader, now under bail
in New York, after arrest in connec connection
tion connection with a civil suit.
ANOTHER ASININE ASSERTION
Charges of "censorship" resulting
in the deletion of the name of Christ
from the opening prayer of the arms
conference were denied by Secretary
Hughes today. Taking the first no notices
tices notices of such charges which appeared
frequently in Senate discussion of
the treaty, Mr. Hughes wrote Repre Representative
sentative Representative Fess that no censorship
was exercised and that the Japanese
delegates knew nothing of the omis omission.
sion. omission. DISCUSSING DIFFERENCES
Differences in the Senate and House
bills providing for additional federal
judges, in eluding one for the South Southern
ern Southern Florida district, remained to be
adjusted today. The Senate bill pro provides
vides provides for twenty-four more federal

judges, while the House bill previous previously
ly previously had provided for but twenty-two.
NOT NEEDED BADLY ENOUGH
Secretary Weeks today declined to
send federal troops into New Mexico
in response to a telegram from the
governor of that state, stating he
might need them to preserve order in
the Gallup coal fields where martial
law was proclaimed yesterday.
NOT CORRECT FOR THE NAVY
Secretary Denby announced today
he had ordered the naval radio sta stations
tions stations closed to public use for broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting speeches, lectures or any
other form of non-official communica communications,
tions, communications, excepting musical programs to
be picked up by radio telephone. The
order followed an investigation of the
use of the naval radio by congress congressmen
men congressmen addressing their constituents on
political subjects. Demqgras had
claimed such use was only allowed
republicans. The matter had been
the subject of much discussion around
the capitol.
TAKING STOCK
Divisions of the bureau of engrav engraving
ing engraving and printing engaged in the pro production
duction production of bank notes, bonds and
postage stamps will be closed tonight
for an indefinite period for the pur
pose of taking inventory of the plant
from which James Wilmeth and
twenty-eight chiefs, superintendents
and foremen were removed by presi
dential order a week ago.
AUCTION PARTY IN
HONOR OF MRS. BURKETT
Mrs. Lester Burkett of Altoona,
Pa., who is the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. E. G. Lindner, was compliment
ed yesterday afternoon at auction by
Mrs. J. G. Parrish.
The pretty apartment of Mrs. Par
rish on Sanchez street looked unusual
ly cozy with its many bowls of nas
lurtiums and maiden hair fern whicn
were used effectively in the hall and
living room. Mrs. Parrish received her
guests informally as they arrived, dis
tributing the tallies ar.d assisting the
plajers to locate their tables w
,-hich I
were placed in the living room and!
there during the afternoon hours the
guests engaged in the game of auc-j
tion. After playing four rounds the j
hostess presented Mrs. Burkett with
a pretty hand-made handkerchief.
Mrs. G. C Sheppard received a hand-i
some tea cloth with napkins to
match, and Mrs. Ware was given a
deck of playing cards.
Dainty refreshments of chicken
salad, wafers, olives, cheese, bon bonbons,
bons, bonbons, orange ice, cake and salted nuts
were served by the hostess.
Mrs. Burkett during-her visit here
has been the honoree of a number of
social affairs and it is always a pleas
ure to be with her and this auction
party yesterday afternoon proved un unusually
usually unusually delightfuL
Mrs. Parrish's guests were Mrs.
Lester Burkett, Mrs. E. G. Lindner,
Mrs. Weller CarmichaeL Mrs. John
Good, Mrs. Max Israelson, Mrs. G. C.
Sheppard, Mrs. Bland Ware, Mrs.
Sam Leigh, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. L.
W. Ponder, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs.
"Walter Preer and Mrs. Wade Dumas.

Tallahassee, April. 8. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) The gasoline tax law,
declared invalid by the supreme court
yesterday, will again be tested in the
courts, according to Attorney General
Buford. Mr. Buford pointed out that
yesterday's decision by the supreme
court merely affirmed the circuit court
decision which overruled a demurrer
to S. J. Gunn's contention, filed by
the attorney general.
Attorney General Buford and his
assistant, Judge J. B. Gaines, are now
preparing an answer to GuroVs com complaint
plaint complaint which will result in the matter
again going before the circuit court
for a hearing.

TORNADOES HARROWED
OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS
(Associated Press)
Wichita Falls, Tex., April 8; One
person was killed and several injured
in a tornado which struck Electra
near. Twenty-five houses were de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Oklahoma City, April 8. Four per persons
sons persons were killed and a number injured
in a tornado at Lawton. The wires
between here and Lawton have been
down and direct communication is im impossible.
possible. impossible. Reports said a number of
buildings were leveled.
Fort Worth, Tex., April 8. A tor
nado struck Cisco, near here, wrecked
the depot and tore down a number of
residences and barns.
Ballinger, Tex., April 8. Six per persons
sons persons were killed and seven injured
and seven homes destroyed six miles
northwest of Rowena in a tornado.
SHYDAM'S STATEMENT
(By Mail to the Associated Press)
Copenhagen, March 17. Philip
Scheidemann, leader of the Germai
democratic r-arty, while here told the
Associated Press that German mili
tarism was dead forever. The spirit
of democracy had levelled Germany
to that extent that the German repub republic
lic republic could easily withstand any reac reactionary
tionary reactionary assaults.
ROUGH HANDS IN RUSSIA
(By Mail to the Associated Press)
Odessa, March 11. Beautiful hands
are a thing of the past in Russia. The
hands of handsome women are hard
and horny, almost as those of field la laborers.
borers. laborers. They have neither hot water
nor soap in which to wash them, nor
salves and cold cream to prevent
chapping.
NEGRO MIGRATION
TO THE NORTH
(Associated Press)
Newark, N. J., April 8. Negroes
who have migrated into the north
since 1915 outnumber the Jews who
"went out of Egypt under Moses," it
was asserted by Bishcp Homer C.
Stnntz of Omaha, Neb., at the New Newark
ark Newark conference of the Methodist Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church here recently. They have
overflowed all housing accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations and are huddled in quarters
where it is almost impossible to pro provide
vide provide the elementarv decencies of life.
Bv the aid of the centenary fund the
Methodist church has provided them
j with pastors and social service.
IMPORTANT TO BAPTISTS
The two ordinances of the church
will be administered tomorrow. The
Lord's Supper will have its place in
the morning service and all those who
have recently been received into the
church should be present. The hand
of fellowship will be given them.
This service ought to be most largely
attended. Especially should all mem members
bers members of the church assemble for this
rich means of grace. At the night
service the ordinance of baptism will j
again be administered. Let all who
j have been approved for baptism be
I 1 A.
present, u possiDie, reaay to accept
this ordinance in obedience to the
Lord's command.
C L. Collins, Pastor.
For high blood pressure, heart,
liver and stomach troubles see Dr.
Kiplinger, Ocala House. 29-t
Complete assortment senuine Palm
Beach Suits, assorted patterns, $1230.
Jos. Malever, Goldman old stand, tf

Oklahoma City, April 8. (By the
Associated Press). Pleading the
stern code of Oklahoma, the "un "unwritten
written "unwritten law," Jean P. Day prepared to
go before the coroner's jury here to today
day today to seek to be judicially absolved
of the killing of Lieut.-Col. Paul W.
Beck, on the ground that he slew him
in self defense while attempting to
keep inviolate the sanctity of his
home.
Six men sitting as the jury will
hear this afternoon from the wealthy
oil man and his wife their sworn
stories of the slaying. Upon their
testimony, and other evidence brought
out, will be assigned responsibility in
the tragedy. Apparently there will be
no witnesses for Beck as no others
were present when he was killed.

PICNIC AT HALCYON TERRACE
Halcyon Terrace, the Lake Weir
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary,
is the ideal spot for a picnic, and the
pleasant weather and the charming
hostesses offered a combination that
could only result in a delightful affair
for those who were fortunate to re receive
ceive receive an invitation when Mrs. W. T.
Gary and Mrs. E. T. Helvenston en entertained
tertained entertained about twenty-five friends,
complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Harris and Miss Frances Bangs.
The guests were invited for four
o'clock and the congenial party left
town for Lake Weir about that hour.
On arriving at the lake the guests en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed themselves in many ways, some
strolling around the grounds and
others enjoying an invigorating swim
in the lake. On the terrace during th
afternoon Miss Dorothy Bauman serv served
ed served fruit punch. The picnic lunch wa3
spread on the terrace out of doors
and was greatly enjoyed.
Delightful informality was the keynote-
of the afternoon. The first thing
that attracted the attention of the
guests was the house, which has re recently
cently recently been redecorated. Miss Dorothy
Bauman, who is a talented decorator,
having had charge of the work, which
was greatly admired.
After having spent a most pleasant
time with Mrs. Gary and Mrs. Hel Helvenston,
venston, Helvenston, the guests left for home, ar arriving
riving arriving in the city about nine o'clock.
Those present at this pleasant affair
were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harriss,
Miss Frances Bangs, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Martin Mrs. W- W Harris

Mrs. Annie Van Deman, Mr. and MrsJhere today in something on the order

H. C. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. W.- M
Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Futch,
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. Bau Bauman,
man, Bauman, Miss Dorothy Bauman, Mrs.
Lallie Munroe, Miss Mary Piatt and
Miss Nettie Camp, Mr. W. D. Taylor,
Mr. Robert MacKay, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Gary and family and Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston and family.
MEETING OF VETERANS

Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met $15,000 in his pockets, entered a po po-April
April po-April 4th, 1922, with Commander W. Hce station here last night and asked

E. McGahagin presiding. Prayer byfr a place to sleep. The authorities;

B. H. Non is. The following comrads
answered to roll call: Alfred Aver,;
t T Ta.v T TV ftrVT- T-T Pt-itV
- JJC. r V V. C 4. 1 i-i A. X A
D. H. Irvine, R. P. Hampton, W. A.
Hammond. J. C. Mathews, W. E. Mc McGahagin.
Gahagin. McGahagin. B. H. Norri?. C. C. Priest,
John Pasteur, J. C. Trantham and
: Thos A. Austine. Minute? of last
me?t:n2r read and adcped. A com-:
j munication was read from Adjutant
General Booth saying that the mem
bership of camps was now so few on
account of death that the dues were
rot sufficient to pay expenses of the
organizations and that widows draw drawing
ing drawing pensions ir. some states were pay paying
ing paying fifty cents a year to help out.
A resolution was passed by this camp
requesting the widow of every Con Confederate
federate Confederate soldier in Marion county
drawing a pension to pay fifty cents
a year to the headquarters of the
United Confederate Veterans.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
CARNIVAL COMING
The Hospital Auxiliary and the
American Legion are going to stage a
sTTHiral for thf hr;pfit of both organ
ization?. The entertainments will'
begin Monday night, May 8th. Fur Further
ther Further details later.
See our new White KM Cleopatra
Sandals. All sizes and widths. Guar-
i antee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y.
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf

New York, April 8. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Pi ess). Union representatives
and delegates from the anthracite
coal operators wh" have been in ses session
sion session as a wages negotiations commit committee,
tee, committee, suspended their conferences to today
day today and returned to their respective
districts. They announced they would
resume the sessions Tuesday, when
efforts to bring about a settlement of
the strike will be resumed.

The basis upon which the operators'
will conduct the fight for wage reduc
tions was outlined today by S. D.
Warriner, president of the Lehigh
Coal Navigation Company. He stat
ed, however, it was not yet decided
what percentage they will seek to in
corporate in the new anthracite con
tract.
RECEPTION AT THE
METHODIST CHURCH
The ladies of the missionary society
of the Methodist church were hos hostesses
tesses hostesses last night at a very pleasant
reception given to the members of tha
church and their friends. The recep reception
tion reception was held in the basement of the
church which when built was arrang arranged
ed arranged for an assembly room to be used
for receptions, suppers and social
gatherings. For this occasion thi3
room had been beautifully decorated
with greens and Easter lilies.
The officers and members of the
society welcomed the guests of which
there were over a hundred. A pro program
gram program of a number of varied and and
interesting features was given. Sev Several
eral Several musical numbers were given by
Mr. Lester Lucas and Mr. Louis Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Little Leonora Taylor and Ma Ma-riel
riel Ma-riel Galloway sang a duet which
brought forth strong applause. Sev Several
eral Several readings were given by Mrs. T.
E. Bridges, Rev. C. W. White and
Miss Thelma Swedley.
Refreshments of tea and sand sand-wields
wields sand-wields were served. This affair was
given to raise funds for furnishing
the kitchen and about $30 was realiz realized,
ed, realized, and the evening was a success in
a social way.
DISCUSSING BETTER
ROADS AT DAYTONA
(Associated Press)
l l o r i
w o owa roaas aa-
locates from several counties met
Oi trie recent bt. Augustme meetmsr.
to discuss projects of state roads Nos.a
2 and 4. East Coast boosters, includ including
ing including Col. Stoneman of the Miami Her Herald,
ald, Herald, were in attendance.
AN ECCENTRIC INDIVIDUAL
(Associated Presa
Albany, N. Y., April 8. A man
giving his name as James Tolson, of
Wilkesbarre, Pa., with bonds worth
are investigating his status.
later: Tolson, the police learned,
r5a tr nonda m ric-htful Tosesioi
I C I 9
and is merely an accentric.
BURT KROHN
Burt W. Krohn, age thirty-two, died
at his home at Santos last night at 12!
o'clock. Mr. Krohn and family came
to Ocala several years ago and bought
the farm of Mr. Livingston near San Santos.
tos. Santos. Mrs. Krohn and her four chil children
dren children will leave Monday for Wiscon Wisconsin,
sin, Wisconsin, where interment will be made at
their former home. C V. Roberts &
Company had charge of the arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. MARTIN F. CARET
(Associated Press)
St Augustine, April 8. Martin F.
Carey, vice president of the Standard
Oil Ccc, of New York, died in a local
hospital today after a stroke of pa paralysis
ralysis paralysis March 23rd.
DUKE THE SEVENTH DEAD
(Associated Press)
Paris, April 8. R. E. Duke, pilot
of the English plane that crashed yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, died today, bringing the
deaths to seven from the collision of
, two aenal express planes m mwair.
j
Bead the unclassified ads for profit

Coblens, April 8. (By Associated
Press). Six more units of American
forces in Germany left today. The
contingent included 1100 men and
fifty-two officers. Eighty-five soldiers
had wives and twenty-eight children.
The strength of the American army
on the Rhine is now reduced to 2600.

ORLANDO MEETING
OF THE STATE CAPITAL
REMOVAL ASSOCIATION
(Orlando Reporter-Star, April 6)
The Florida State Association for
Capital Removal held a meeting here
yesterday and put machinery ; in mo motion
tion motion to perfect a permanent organiza
tion to take the place of the tempo temporary
rary temporary committees appointed at the
initial meeting at Ocala.
The meeting was held at the audi auditorium
torium auditorium of the courthouse, which was
filled when the session opened at 2:30
o'clock, according to the roll call
seven counties being represented.
The work of getting a permanent
organization under way proceeded
smoothly through the election of a
president, George H. Wilder of Plant
City being chosen, and the adoption
of a constitution.
The proceedings then ran into a
bog. And by the time the assemblage
had argued an hour over the election
of vice presidents, fully half of the
audience had left the hall.
Meantime Rev. Dr. C. H. Jordan of
Crescent City, a Presbyterian divine
and president of the Crescent City,
Chamber of Commerce, had made a
speech declaring that heheard talk
all around him that the meeting was
dead and needed pep. .r..
Former Assemblyman Newton?"' of
Winter Garden, declared that he did
not like to hear the term "dead" ap applied
plied applied to the meeting; that there was
a serious undertaking in hand, and he
was assured there was plenty of en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm in South Florida to put cap capital
ital capital removal over with a rush.
It happened that there was a mo motion
tion motion before the house when the dis discussion
cussion discussion took place which was, by the
way, elaborated by the remarks of
Louis H. Chazal of Ocala, who assert asserted
ed asserted that the Ocala people were enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic enough to send down a delega delegation
tion delegation of eighty strong. (Applause).
The motion being entertained was
for the meeting to adjourn for fifteen
minutes, while the county delegations
I .-. notn. in on mvdf tAmr
vice president from each CTOun.
President Wilder declared that this
talk about enthusiasm was all right,
but that the thing to do was to get to
the business in hand.
"If you came here expecting to se-2
the shingles torn off this courthouss
roof," he asserted, "you have the
wrong idea of an organized meeting."
The bugbear that threatened for a
time to cause the meeting to be ad-
journed without further action wasi,
the formation of an executive com

nrttee, which was to be composed OMtarHj0

jthe
vice presidents of the organiza-
! tion. And it was planned that thl3j
erecutive committer should be the
nucleus of the entire capital removal
movement, inasmuch as each execu executive
tive executive committeeman was to be the
head of a county organization, and it
, was asserted that the success of th?
f lan to remove the capital depended
upon the efficient work in the various
j counties
i
But it early developed that there
were breakers ahead in the selection
of the executive committeemen. Soon
after the meeting got under way the
proposal was put before the house to;
call the roll of counties, and to have
the county representatives that re responded
sponded responded to the roll call name a vice
president from his county.
This proposal was carried through
unto Dr. Jordan got up and declared
that the plan wasn't working satis satisfactorily.
factorily. satisfactorily. As a matter of fact, only
two vice presidents were named un under
der under this plan, the majority of the del delegates
egates delegates refusing to take the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility to nominate an officer, assert asserting
ing asserting that the job was of too much im importance
portance importance to be handled in so casual a
way.
In this crisis, Willis Powell, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Lake County Chamber of
Commerce, rose and suggested that
the secretary of the association be in
structed to write to the chambers of
commerce- of the cities of the state
interested is capital removal, and

(Associated Press)
Daytona, April 8. Tallahassee was
selected by the Florida Press Associa Association
tion Association as the next meeting place over
Lakeland, Gainesville and Fort Myer3.
Officers will be elected and the date
of the next meeting decided upon this
afternoon.

have those organizations each appoint
a representative to meet with the
others and thus appoint a county rep representative.
resentative. representative. This motion was finally carried, and
there the organization left the ques question
tion question of an executive committee.
There was plenty of pep in the
meeting when it got under way with
J. G. Strozier of Winter Garden as
temporary chairman, and secretary
of the Palatka Chamber of Commerce,
Hart, in the secretary's chair.
.Mayor Duckworth in a brief ad address
dress address welcomed the association to Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. The election of Mr. Wilder
was greeted wifh a genuine show of
warmth, and in a short speech of ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance he put the crowdfin a good
humor by drawing comparisons be between
tween between West ni1 Sontli Florida sa
serting than even Jacksonville is not
in reality a part of Florida, as we of
this section know it.
"Coming south on the Coast Line,'
said Mr. Wilder, "when you get to
Charleston, S. C, you are as much in
Florida as you are when you are ;n
Jacksonville."
Before the question of the forma formation
tion formation of an executive committee came
up for consideration, there was' a dis discussion
cussion discussion over the personnel of the com committees
mittees committees appointed at Ocala. Some of
those appointed had responded and
some had not, and the question was,
who really were on the committee and
who were-not.
And then the further question came
up, whether the committee on com committees
mittees committees had completedjts work and
should be discharged, or. not.
It was finally agreed that the fol following
lowing following committees be named as of
the permanent organization:".
Publicity: Bob Holly, Sanford; T.
E. Fitzgerald, Daytona; Jack Worth Worth-ington,
ington, Worth-ington, Lake Wales.
Constitution and By-Laws: R. L.
Anderson Jr., Ocala; Isaac Van Horn,
Haines City; W. E. Walsh, Miami.
Credentials: E. -W. Davis, Orlando;
O. P. Swcpe. Oviedo; Dr. A. L. Izlarv
Clermont.
Finance: A. H. DeVane, Lakeland;
Geo. R. Hilty, Palatka; W. P. Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, Fort Myers.
Nominations: J. J. Parrish; Titus Titus-ville;
ville; Titus-ville; G. W. Scofield, Inverness; C. H.
Freas, Brooksville.
Legislation: L. C. Massey, Orlando;
A. R. Carver, Lakeland; H. L. Bus Bus-sey,
sey, Bus-sey, West Palm Beach.
Membership: Rev. C. IL Jordan,
Crescent City; J. H. Lord, Sarasota;
W. F. Stovall, Tampa.
Committee on Committees: T. J.
At-rdeyard Jr.. Lakeland; R. B. At-
- M;awI7 r v w,h T"va.
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BELLEVIEW
. -s:.;t:stv :;-?- caiea Apm
5, did not arrive until the afternoon
of April 7. Seems to have been sent
to Jacksonville and laid over before
returning.)
Belleview, April 5. Mr. and
Mrs.
j Charles Dustin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
! Schmidt, Mrs. Hanson Hilton and
Mrs. J. T. Ilaraea were business call
ers in Ocala Wednesday.
Mrs. Wilcox and Mrs. Eaton left
r may for tneir Home m txmnecticus.
Mrs. J. T. Hames was very ill Sat Saturday
urday Saturday but we are glad to report her
able to be up and about again at this
lilt mt tm
Mr. and Mrs. E. la Chance and Rex
Nichols are at New Smyrna this week.
Mrs. Florence Wells was given a
birthday surprise party, at the Chrie
League hall Saturday night The
party was well attended and all spent
a jolly evening.
Mr. tsd Mm. TTavwarrf Ift Satur
day m their ear for New York.
Miss EHie Tremere returned home
Thursday from St Augustine, where
she aecompaied her guests.
3Tr- Hfeton's two sons and daugh daughter
ter daughter of Tampa are visiting their moth mother
er mother and uncle, Mr. Thompson, this
week. :,r 1
Mr. and Mrs. Lee, who have been
visiting reltaives at the Lake View
i Hotel, returned to their home b
j Jacksonville Saturday.



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CANDIES, Etc. Cool
Drinks
All kinds of fancy bathing caps just
received at Bitting & Phillips Drug!
Store, est of square. 7-3t I
ICnow
About
Your
Battery
No matter what kind
of a car you drive or
what kind of a battery
there is on it you have
to keep posted on cer certain
tain certain battery facts.
You have to know
whether your battery is
charged to the proper point
whether it has enough
water in it whether each
of the cells works properly.
Our most important job
as a Battery Station is to
tell you these things. It
doesn't make a bit of dif difference
ference difference what make your
battery is. Here at Battery
Headquarters we give
every make exactly the
same attention.
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Battery Co.
Phone 348
Representing
Willard Storage
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HARRIET
and the
PIPER I
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By
Kathleen Norris
Illustrations by
Irwin Myers
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Harriet's face burned at the mere
thought of It. No, she couldn't tell
Linda yet; she was too tired to write
tonight, anyway. Linda and Fred had
not been at all approving, Christmas
night. David had reproached her, had
disappeared earlier than was expect expected
ed expected or necessary: they had not failed
of their suspicions.
"Well! I must go to bed." she said
aloud, suddenly. She stood, one elbow
on the mantel, her beautiful eyes fixed
on the dying fire. It waa midnight,
tke room and the house very still. "It
isn't exactly what I expected marriage
to be," she mused. "But after all,
she said to herself, beginning to move
about with last preparations for bed,"
"I'm married to the man I love noth nothing
ing nothing can change that. And If he doesn't
love me, he likes me. I've done noth;
Ing wrong, and If my life is just a lit little
tle little different from most women's, why,
I shall have to make the best of it!
And I did tell him I did tell him"
And her thoughts went back to the
first few minutes she had spent In
Richard's office that day. They had
been alone, discussing the last details
of their astonishing plan, when she
had suddenly taken the plunge.
"Mr. Carter, there Is just one thing!.
Of course," Harriet's cheeks had
flamed, "of course, this marriage of
ours is not the usual marriage, and
yet, there is just one thing of which I
would like to speak to you before we
we go up to Greenwich." And find finding
ing finding his gray eyes pleasantly fixed upon
her she had gone on, confused but de determined:
termined: determined: "I'm twenty-seven now
and perhaps I might have married
some other man before this except
that when I was seventeen I did
fall in love" with a man And we
were to be married !" She had
stopped short; it was incredibly hard.
"He had or I thought he had, brought
something tremendously big and won wonderful
derful wonderful into my life," Harriet had con continued,
tinued, continued, "and i was a stupid little girl,
just taking care of my sister's babies
and reading my father's books
"You are under no obligation to tell
me anything of this," Richard had
said, kindly, far more concerned for
her distress than Interested In what
she was saying. "I must have known
that there were admirers! I assure
you that
"No, but just a moment!" Harriet
had interrupted him. "I was Infatu Infatuated
ated Infatuated I knew that at once, God knows
I've known it ever since I went away
with him, little fool that I was!"
' A gleam of genuine surprise had
come into Richard Carter's eyes, and
he looked at her without speaking.
"I was taken 111 the day I left with
him. While I was getting well I had
time to think It over. I knew then I
,
young and too Ignorant to be j
s wife. I was frightened and
was' too
any man
I well, I ran away; I went back to
my sister. Both she and her husband
regarded me after that as In some way
marked, unprincipled, unworthy
"Poor child!" Richard had said.
"They naturally would. You were no
more than Nina's age!"
"So that's my history." Harriet had
finished, simply. "I thought I had
done with men. And there have been
men, men like Ward, for instance, to
whom I could have been married with without
out without feeling that I need make any men mention
tion mention of that old time. But I wanted
to tell you."
"Thank you very much." Richard
had said, gravely. "If the protection
of my name and my house seems wel
come to you, after some battling with j
the world, it win De an additional sat-
isfaction to me." i
And then before another word was
spoken Fox had come in, announcing I
the car, and they had begun the long,
strange drive.
She got into the luxurious bed, put
out the bedside light, and lay with
her hands clasped behind her head,
thinking. The clock struck one; snow
was still falling steadily outside, but
In here the last pink glow of firelight
flickered and sank flickered and
sank lazily.
Some sudden thought made Harriet
smile ruefully. She indicated that It
was unwelcome bv turning over to
bury her bright head in the pillow,
and resolutely composing herself for
sleep.
CHAPTER XI.
Morning found them half-buried In
ter miracle that sets the most Jaded
heart singing and the weariest blood
to moving more quickly. Harriet was
through with her housekeeping and
her luncheon, and meditatig a letter
to Linda, when Ida Tabor fluttered in.
Harriet heard the gay voice at the
foot of the stairs: "Ob, sweetheart!
Where's my little girl?"
Mrs. Tabor looked a trifle dashed ;
when only Harriet responded, although i
sht ImTTiAriint-plv assured Miss Field

she haff icnown of net- return, ana was

"so glad!"
Tve -been a sort of big sister here,"
she said, laughingly, "and, my Lord,
these kids have managed things won won-'Vrfully!
'Vrfully! won-'Vrfully! But I suppose sooner or
!;:ter tie machinery would have
'ailed without your fine Italian
!nd!"
JIr. r..- i- B'-fi me to come
rt:." 1 nlr. She
lurl.-t thf t -nMi her best weapon,
-' t Mr. Ta! or v. as ready for her.
"Marv rutn:i!n told ns that you
re Jrst resting and loading about,"
e said, innocently, "and Dick gen generous
erous generous that he is couldn't feel com-
rtable about It. I suppose !"
Richard had telephoned Harriet
at three o'clock that the morning pa papers
pers papers would have "the news," and that
he was coming home to tell his chil children
dren children of their mother's death, tonight.
But she must get rid of this woman
now, somehow. It would be fatal to
have Ida Tarbor here when Richard
Carter returned.
"I might run up now and see the old
lady !" said Mrs. Tabor, who had flung
ff her furs, and beautified herself at
her hand-bag mirror. She pressed her
lips together for the red coloring. "Mr.
Carter be bere tonight?" she asked,
casu"!'y.
Bottomley caused an Interruption.
Harriet turned to him with relief. But
unfortunately he answered the very
question she was trying to evade.
"Mr. Carter had just telephoned 'm,
and says that 'e'll be 'ere at about six,
'm!"
"Oh, thank you. Bottomley !" Harriet
turned back to Ida, to see her compla complacently
cently complacently looosening outer wraps.
"I came in the Warrens' car," said
she; "they were to run over to say
Merry Christmas to the Bellamys, and
then pick me up. But If I won't be
in the way perhaps I might stay and
see Nina : we've become great chums.
I suppose I'd better go to the room I
always have? Then I'll run up and
get the latest news of the Battle of
Shiioh from Madame Carter'"
It was now or never; Harriet's heart
began to beat. "Madame Carter has
gone driving," .she said. "She may be
in at any moment, but before she
comes, I want to speak to you. We've
had terrible news here, Mrs. Tabor.
Mr. Carter is coining home to tell the
children and his mother tonight. Mr.
Pope cabled from Paris on Christmas
eve that Mrs. Carter suddenly died
that day!"
Ida Tabor never felt anything very
deeply, but her emotions were accessi accessible
ble accessible enough, and violent while they
lasted. She grew white, gasped, some somehow
how somehow reached a chair, and burst into
honest tears. Isabelle I Why, they
had been friends for years Why, she
had been so wonderfully well and
strong
"Nobody knows it," Harriet said.
And not quite Innocently she added:
"The Fordyces, the Bellamys every everyone
one everyone who knew her are In total Ignor Ignorance
ance Ignorance of it! If you do tell them, Mrs.
Tabor and there Is no reason why
you shouldn't
"Oh, I shall stay here with Nina to tonight,
night, tonight, anyway !" the visitor said, de decidedly.
cidedly. decidedly. "She'll need me, of 'course!
Poor little thing 1"
"It seems too bad to spoil your New
Year's plans," Harriet said, smiling,
"but you know Nina! She will put
those long arms of hers about you
and she won't hear of your leaving her
for days! Wlth Nina," Harriet pur pursued,
sued, pursued, thoughtfully, "It Isn't so much
that one can't find a good excuse, as
that she won't hear of excuses at all!
l rememDer wnen airs, can
went awaTf there were daya
weeks of It !just talk, tears, i
I remember when Mrs. Carter first
of It
and talk
my arm used to ache from the weight
of Nina's arm Mr. Carter Intends to
leave for Chicago tomorrow. Ward
will probably go up to the Eatons'
Harriet rambled on, not unconscious
that she was making an Impression.
"Anyway," she finished, "we shall be
fearfully quiet and alone here, and
your being here would simply save the
day for Nina!"
"Oh, I really couldn't stay over New
Year's," Mrs. Tabor, looking slightly
discomfited, said slowly. "You see, the
Fordyces She looked undecided.
I and bit her under-lip.
"One wonders ?" she said, musing-
ly. "Of course, I shouldn't want to In
trude tonight It would be merely to
have them feel tnat T was here
"Air. Carter has asked me to see that
the family is alone tonight," Harriet I
said, courageously, "but of course he i
may feel that you are an exception,"
she added, with the impersonal air of
a mere employee. "I only want to be
able to tell him that I repeated his
request, and told you the reason for it.
That's" and she smiled pleasantly
"that Is as far as my authority goes,
of course. I shall say simply that you
know of his wishes, and If you remain,
I know I can say that it was to please
Nina !"
And now the two women exchanged
an open elance that needed no nretens
(Continued on Tige Six)
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
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Most complete line of men's cloth-j
ing on the market today. Every gar-1
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M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's Park, east Fort King Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
bs sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t
We are showing a complete line of j
the latest novelties in bathing caps.
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Lend Them Your Eyes!

Lend these folks your eyes for a time each day
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MARION COUNTY

STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE

ipVERY Time you see an advertisement
someone is talking to you. He doesn't
intrude, he doesn't shout, he doesn't argue.
He simply tells you about something he feels
will interest you in a way that he thinks
will please you.
There are many advertisements in this pa paper,
per, paper, therefore at least that many persons
talking to you. But you have only to listen
to one at a time, calmly, at your leisure.
They'll tell you many a thing you'll want to
know, give you many a pointer on careful
buying, tell you just where to go for some something
thing something you want, and altogether save you
countless steps and many pennies.

AT ROLLINS COLLEGE, APRIL 2i
Drop in with a friend and enjoy a
plate or two of our delicious
ICE CREAM. Whether its warm or
cool you are sure to like our cream;
it has that "different" flavor, you
know. Positively the best cream In
town. On sale at Trailer's, Union
Station Cafe, W. R. Bryant, Bagley's
Restaurant and Gore Grocery.
CREAMERY CO.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1922

TUSO

jrhere others fail

WOULD you like shoes that really fit, and hold
their shape, and give you a new sense of com-;
fort from the moment you put them on?
And would you like style whether for little girl girlhood,
hood, girlhood, youth or age style that makes any foot
more shapely ? And design that pleases every eye ?
And value that is seen in shoes still dainty after
months of wear? ...
QUEEN Quality shoes will give you, at moderate
cost, more real style, more solid value and more sat-"
isfying service than anything else you wear and
the name is always there for your guidance and

protection

qA cleverly designed pump"
for street and general wear,
showing the always popular,
instep strap.

RHEINAUER & GO.,

OCALA

FLORIDA

The Gift Shop
Factory Distributors
Baldwin Ellington
MANUALO
Pianos & Players
Harrington Hall Corner
OCALA FLORIDA

EASTLAKE

Eastlake, April 4. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hall, with their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hall, who have been spending the
winter in the Eastlake Investment
Company's pretty little modern bung bungalow
alow bungalow on the Dixie Highway, left Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for their summer home at Fal Falmouth
mouth Falmouth Heights, Mass.

j Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ritter of Tampa
'have been visiting Mr. Ritter's sister,
Mrs. Arthur Creviston at Craigmore
Cottage, and, while here, were guests

family of four bright children will
come from Atlanta early in June to
spend the summer at their delightful
lakeside home, called "Maczume,"
from the first letters of the names of
the three sisters, Mrs. McCuen, Mr3.
Zuber and Mrs. Methven, who pur purchased
chased purchased the place of Mr. Chazal a few
years ago.
Mr. Price Brooks, a genial young
fellow of 84, is wintering at the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant home of Mr. Frank Carpenter on
the Dixie Highway. Mr. Brooks is a
most interesting man, with a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful record of service to his country.
He went into the U. S. armory at
Springfield, Mass., at the age of 18,
and for over forty years was first civil
officer at the arsenal, with 1500 men
under him. Mr. Brooks was retired
several years ago, but, when the
world war broke out, he was summon

ed to confer with the war department
on account of his expert knowledge of
guns and their makers, and was asked
to select from his extensive acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance a number of men who knew the
business. He traveled here and there
and selected 300 expert gun makers
who were engaged by the government
at salaries of $3000 a year, and under
the direction of Mr. Brooks (who had
been placed in active service for the
occasion) made satisfactory guns

i of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson at Tamblyn
linn Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lockwood,
J who have been wintering at the home
!of Mr. Frank Carpenter, left the last
) of the week for Orlando, where they
j will spend a few weeks before return return-ling
ling return-ling to their home in Taunton, Mass.
. The fishing is fine at the lake now,
land speckled beauties are biting well.
jSome big stories are heard, and a
t TllimKor fvf Vil a fioVi t-oqIItt soon 'Mr

R. E. McCuen, who is a skilled fisher fisherman,
man, fisherman, recently caught forty odd off his
own dock at Woodmar.
The Eastlake Investment Company
always alert for the latest improve
ments and the most efficient methods

! of operating its big property at East-

j lake, has recently purchased a Ford-! which were sent overseas, doing their
! son tractor with several attachments, I share in bringing the deadly war to
I and is using it for cultivating its ; a speedy end. Mr. Brooks has perfect perfect-J
J perfect-J large groves. I ed a telescope gun which has been
Mrs. William E. Miller and Miss j used by the government for over
j Eleanore Kathryn Lee are hostesses j twenty years.
' this afternoon at the clubhouse for

he regular weekly tea and card party.
i Mr. Horace E. Loomls, a clever j

! young writer and poet, a graduate of
!the University of Florida, and an
overseas veteran, has been visiting
!his mother, Mrs. Arthur E. Creviston.
i Mr. Loomis is on the staff of the Me

tropolis.
Dr. and Mrs. James E. Klock of
Oakwood Heights, Weirsdale, with
their guest, Miss Laura Roberts of

Dodgeville, who is visiting her sister

j Mrs. Klock, attended the last club
! supper and were cordially welcomed
! as always by their many friends. Dr.
and Mrs. Klock have made extensive

improvements to their pretty place
purchased of Mr. Cameron, and are
planning to modernize the house and
make it even more livable than it now

CANDIES
cannot be made better
. Practically every dealer advertising candies advertises them as
best. It is easy for us to advertise along these lines for the very
simple reason that candies cannot be better made than those we
stock. Made and packed by a house known for quality and purity'
for many, many years. There's a reputation behind the goods of
deliciousness in each case and there's pleasure in eating. Boxes of
all sizes, all assortments and all popular prices.
We carry a fall line of Norris Candy
COURT PHARMACY

"The Drug Store on the Square

SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES

Largest and best assortment ever
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
I. a beauty you will Du it. tf
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 8-St v

FAIRFIELD

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Simmons' GARAGE

is.
Mrs. Arthur E. Creviston, her little
son David, and her mother-in-law
Mrs. D. B. Creviston, left Sunday for
their home in Atlanta, and were at attended
tended attended to the train by many of their
Eastlake friends who will miss them
greatly. They have been spending
several months at Craigmore and
have endeared themselves to all who
have been privileged to meet and know
them.

j Dr. Zera J. Lusk, a prominent sur sur-igeon
igeon sur-igeon of western New York, who has

been visiting his niece, Mrs. Walter
R. Lee, will leave this week for his
home in Warsaw, N. Y.
A merry party of young people
came, from Ocala Saturday to enjoy a

beach party at the lake, which was!

followed by a marshmallow roast and
lunch uncbr the spreading branches
of the beautiful oak on the "flat."
Mr. R. E. McCuen closed his home
at Maczume and left early Tuesday
morning in his Packard car for his
home in East Atlanta. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. Walter R. Lee, who
will return the last of the week. Mr.
and Mrs. McCuen, with the latter's
sister, Mrs. Zuber and her charming

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51'SretcS.than any othsr

Fairfield, April 4. Mr. R. E.
Yongue made a flying trip to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday.
School closed last Friday and the
teachers left Saturday and we are
sorry to hear that Miss Richey is
quite sick. Although Miss Gregory
left us Saturday she has decided to
return and live in our midst. She and
Mr. Whorter Carter were married
Saturday night in Ocala. Mr. Carter
is a son of Mr. J. H. Carter and we
understand will make his home there
for a while. We wish for Mr. and
Mrs. Carter a happy and prosperous
Yfe.
We were visited by a moving pic picture
ture picture show Friday and Saturday nights

and all who attended it pronounced it

good.

The weather is fine and the farmers

are busy in their crops. Beans and
cucumbers will begin to move in about

two weeks, if we can get some rain
.and have no cold.

The Ladies' Aid Society will give a
play at the Baptist church Friday
night. A small admission fee will be
charged and everybody is invited to
attend.
Mr. Milton Jones who has a posi position
tion position with the aviation corps at, Arca Arcadia
dia Arcadia was a week-end guests of his
relatives.
Mr. J. A. Jones says he has new
sweet potatoes. Can anybody beat
him?

The Lowell baseball boys crossed
bats with our boys last Saturday.
Fairfield won by eleven to nine.
Mr. J. C. Smoak and wife were din dinner
ner dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jer Jer-nigan
nigan Jer-nigan Sunday.
We are sorry to report Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Mixson confined to their home
by sickness. We wish for them a
speedy racovery.

INSURANCE

When you want reliable insurance,

fire or life, let me show you the propo

sitions offered by some of the strong

est companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery,
fs a beauty you will like it. tf

OCALA

Our lady representative will call
at your home to show you what
Calumet Baking Powder will do
for you and why it-is called the
cook's best friend.
The demonstration and test she will
make are interesting and instructive.
The test is not a comparative test of
the strength of different baking pow powders
ders powders because the water glass test does
not show the strength of baking pow powder
der powder that does not contain white of egg.
The test will, however, show the su superiority
periority superiority of Calumet in other respects
and prove why it has solved all baking
problems in millions of homes. Calumet
is not only the best leavening agent
possible to make, but it is sold at sl
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Calumet is manufactured in the
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who make nothing but baking powder.
Calumet received the highest awards
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1912. Calumet contains only such
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Calumet is guaranteed to be Pure in
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1922

Ocala Evening Star
Pnbliohed Etety Oar Suaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.
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ORANGE COUNTY AND ORLANDO ir osiers are

II.
There were fifteen cars in line when
ve left Winter Garden, ar.d we pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded towsrd rvhat may before many
years be Florida's capital city at a
:?rood gait. The naircw brick road

unci we haven't

s.eii ouga oi Utem to tea one trom ;
lie other. It is said that one
i. suit of this similarity is that!
occasionally one gets into a fight;
ai.out scmethinsr the other said or ;

ai d that they are a hard team toi

handle when they are together. The

brother in the office wasn't the one i

but was "something just a3 good." We 1 X

had a short and pleasant session. The
Reporter-Star is the lineal descendant
of Mahlon Gore's famous old Orange
County Reporter and the Star, a live
shaet that started up about twenty

It. J. !tl 1 1 iairr r. I'reKlrut

II. i iiimicuad. vu-e-1'rci.iJea wobld have been fins if we had not

p. V: Learensoeil, sertary-'i rra.urtr met so many cars, but the traffic was who came to Ocala a few weeks ago,

j. u. neajaiaia, mnor : heavy, and it was seldom we drove
Katered at Ocala, Fia pjt office as two hundred yaris without having to
ecocd-cUsa matter. j turn off to let a car go by. I was glad
'tKLi:rno:ES 'to hear that Orange is planning to
SSSruTi u.flp-tV-V T".- iden that and its other eight or nine nine-Boeiety
Boeiety nine-Boeiety Hepwrter ne-oe .foot roads. The people say the road

MEMBER associated PUEbS was sufficient when first constructed, years ago, and later merged with the
The Associated i res is exclusively j but it has caused so many new homes Reporter. It is a newsy and inde
entitled for the ue tor republication of ;to built alone its line that the traf- pendent paper. Another reason for
all ne dispatches credited to it or not i 0 a t P4
otherwise credited la this paper and fic has about quadrupled. Marion ; visiting the Keporter-btar was to see
Al"rigi!ts10oil rePublicaUonhoX splcial county Pe0PIe who are afraid to builJ tWO of our young friends Miss Garnet
dispatches herein are also reserved. roads should reflect on this state- j Bcse and Louis H. Dosh. Miss Bose
ment In fact the road came verv is make-up on the paper. She beeran
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One year, in advance $6.00 : y wiig a cu:iuimuu& sueei, iU-.u j w.. w
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lages, of which Ocoee was the big- i and pride of the whole force. She is

Ocoee has the reputation (inMooKing well and doing well in Or-

irkontha. In advance ..

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... , . , northern republican circles ) of having
Displays I'late 1 cents per inch for.
consecutive Insertions. Alternate inser-j depleted the Florida republican vote

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IIC CHER FOR REPRESENTATIVE

number of the friends of Mr.

by four dozen to four thousand. How However,
ever, However, it is a pretty and pleasant pleasant-looking
looking pleasant-looking little town, and the people
looked so amiable that I would much
rather be caught there by nightfall
without a gun than in New York city.
The homes and truck farms thick thickened
ened thickened as we drew near the city. Near
the limits we passed an excellent
aviation field something Ocala much
needs. It was almost twelve-thirty
when the brick road widened into a
city pavement, the premises began to
lap over each other, and soon we were
in the heart of Orlando.
Our caravan drove thru the business
center, around Lake Lucerne, up on
one of the principal streets and
parked its cars about a block from
the San Juan hotel. Altho' my sense
of direction told me that I was on
ground perfectly familiar to me
thirty-odd years before, I saw no
building that I could recognize. Ev Everything
erything Everything had either been built over
and enlarged, or torn down and re-

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A cube of gold, measuring five-eights of an inch, can
be beaten into a sheet 12 feet square, or 144 square
feet. y
So it is with little savings they may seem small to
you at first, but if you keep up the good work of reg regular
ular regular saving, you'll find they'll go a long way toward
financial protection for the future.

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upon him to make the race for rep representative.
resentative. representative. Mr. Hocker would make
a good legislator. He has an alerc
mind and great public spirit, and ne
knows the law.

i built. Looking1 un and flown a strepr

sFi-devick R. Hocker, our clever young that once was thought busy if twenty-

attorney, are bringing pressure five to fiftv waons and hnies werP

o o r
in sight all at one time, there were
more than that many automobiles
parked on either side, while along the
street, as far as my eye could reach,
the cars came and went endlessly. I
have no doubt that the automobiles
in my ken amounted to more in cost
than the entire assessment of the
city of Orlando in 1890.
The big San Juan Hotel seemed
crowded; right across the street from
it was going up the steel skeleton of
a genuine sky-scraper, and back
across the street from that the ground
was fenced in where workmen were
laying, I was told, foundations for yet
another big hotel. By next winter,
these hotels will be finished and filled
with guests, for the atmosphere of
Orlando has lost none of its old-time
golden charm.

I walked around over the business

The scribe is in doubt. In Orlando
Wednesday, a fine-looking, fair-haired,
enterprising young man asked if
a certain pretty and symmetrically
plump' young lady of Ocala was in
the Marion county motorcade. When
we said she wasn't, he expressed
poignant regret. We brought said re regrets
grets regrets to said young lady, whereupon
she immediately enquired if we had
met another good-looking young Or Or-landoite,
landoite, Or-landoite, and when we said we had she
wanted to know how he looked and if
he had said anything about her. This
has put us right in the middle of an
equilateral triangle, and while we

would like to help the young people J.center. and while here and there I

out we more want somebody to show,could recognize some old-time place,
us the way out- jit had invariably changed, for the
! better, and there were enough new
Some jovial parties, better acquainted and near new buildings to make a
with Scotch mus-'c than the aver- j 00d-sized town of their own.
age American, are guying the Star l had time to gQ but a little way on
because it printed "Ladies" instead ; the residence streets, but these had
of "Laddies" in the Scotch Highlander even more Ranged, making Orlando
band notice yesterday. The joke is on a city of magnificent residences and
the advertiser, as the word was pretty homes, as well as one of busi busi-"Ladies"
"Ladies" busi-"Ladies" in the copy. Ladies are much ness hustle.

generally win.

Whose car killed a hog on the way
to Orlando Wednesday morning?

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Tlteiv s many ii git! v!it oi'.jrht to
wear beauty ?ixts .on her galus-Les.

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The people are like their town.
They have a snap and go unexcelled

j anywhere. Loafers seemed few and

far between.
Friend Wilson and myself having
butted a gasoline breeze for ninety
miles, had an appetite, especially the
former, who hadn't come in on Miss
Lancaster's sandwiches. So we re

paired to an excellent cafetaria, op

posite the San Juan, and put ourselves
under the influence of food. Even
more refreshing than the dinner was
the pleasure of meeting in that place
Mrs. Clara Moore Pyles, an Ocala

i girl, who Orlando has charmed away
from us. Mrs. Pvles, or "Miss Clara,"

as Ocala knows her, is court steno stenographer
grapher stenographer for Orange and the other
counties of that circuit. She is as ef

ficient as she is charming, and that'.?
enough said for her Ocala friends.

She likes Ocala and Orlando likes

her. She had with her two charming

girl friends, both from Tallahassee.

One of them, on being told I was try trying
ing trying to help move the capital, shook a

small, symmetrical fist at me, but the

other sweetly said she would forgive

me for I knew not what I was doing

I'm told that lots of time at home, but

seldom by so musical a voice.
A short distance from this cafe

taria, on the same side of the street,
I met Mr. J. W. Hill, who was a resi-

jdent of Ocala for some years, going
ito Orlando two or three years ago. In

company with another enterpj-isin

gentlemen, he is conducting a ladies

ready-to-wear goods store, and is do

ing well. He sent best wishes to his

Ocala friends, which wishes we here

by deliver.
I went up to the Reporter-Star
office, to pay a fraternal call to the
Brossier brothers, who conduct Or Orlando's
lando's Orlando's live evening paper. The

lar.do. Mr. Dosh is a brother of our
Bert Dosh, and if there are two more
efficient and reliable mechanics in the
United States, you'll have to show me.
I could only exchange a few words
with these two young friends, for
press time was coming, and I knew
what that meant to them.
Leaving the Reporter-Star office, I
met the other Brossier coming in, but
had no time to tell him any more
than "howdy."
I wanted to go to the office of the
Morning Sentinel, which I hear has a
very fine outfit, and where another
Ocala boy, Charlie Woods, is work working,
ing, working, but the time for the meeting was
at hand. However, I met the editor,
Mr. W. M. Glenn, on the street, and
he gave me considerable information
in the course of the afternoon.
The meeting was held in the court courtroom
room courtroom of the Orange county court courthouse.
house. courthouse. This has taken the place of
the little wooden building I knew in
the last century. It is a big, well-

arranged, substantial structure, and

I wag surprised to learn that the peo people
ple people of Orange contemplate another
and larger building.
I shall not describe the meeting in
this article, as it is spoken of else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. I heard some things said
about a lack of enthusiasm, but it
seemed to me like it was pervaded
with a spirit of system and business.
Movements that start eff with bubbl bubbling
ing bubbling enthusiasm often flicker out, but
those of quiet, unemotional begin beginnings
nings beginnings generally stay to the end of
the race. "...
When the meeting was about half
over several Marion county parties
who had slower cars left to start for
home, which may have caused the re report
port report that the meeting came near
breaking up, but the Marionites who
had the business to attend to did not
leave until everything had been
finished.
We all went out on the street, ad
little boys were going around with
bundles of the Reporter-Star, deliv

ering them, and people coming out pf
their front doors to obtain them, just
like other little boys were delivering
Ocala Evening Stars to anxious read readers,
ers, readers, in the home town ninety miles
to the northwest, and when I saw
them I grew homesick.
Friend Wilson invited me to go to

his home by Lake Weir, to stay all
night, to take a swim in the lake and
eat some home cooking. Which was
a great temptation. But I know my
place was in an untidy room with a
disorderly table and a big old clumsy
typewriter with a light over it, and
a high, uncomfy chair where I be belonged.
longed. belonged. So I declined Friend Wilson's hos hos-nitality,
nitality, hos-nitality, and wished myself on Whit

Palmer, in whose big car were only

he, Farl Hall and Louis Chazal. And

the hands on my brass watch said

4:40 p. m.. as said car rolled over the

Coast Line tracks and its engine be

g3n to sing "Home, Sweet Home."

Whit is not a speed fiend, and Louis

spoke unto him of'the motor cop, yet

every once in awhile some car ahead

would seem to be standing still until

it gave half the road to let us go by.
And no auto came up alongside and

snorted an offer to let us inhale its
gasoline. Rapidly we spun over the
long, brick-paved street to Oakland.
3nd then out on the red-clay roads of
Lake, where the shadows of the pins pins-clad
clad pins-clad hills were beginning to turn to

dark-blue the limpid waters of the

lakes at their feet. We came into
lovely Leesburg as the sunset darken darkened
ed darkened into twilight, swigged a soda
apiece and went on. By WildwooJ
was the route, and soon we were plow plowing
ing plowing the Sumter county sand. But
as soon as we struck the great high highway
way highway that Sumter is building through
from north to south we were on the
best road we had ridden that day.

Not even the brick of Orange was as
good as the hard but elastic sand and
clay and roclc and oil. and the big car
flashed over it with the speed of an
express train. All too soon this fine

highway passed, and a series of fa familiar
miliar familiar bumps told us we were in
Marion again. But we bumped the
bumps with vigor and speed, and soon
we struck the stretch of good road

XiV,

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home-bound car flashed like a comet.
It was ten minutes of eight o'clock j
by my aforesaid brass watch when J
we reached the center of the city. The j

trip from Orlando, ninety miles, had
been made in about three hours actual
running time. When Road Number
Two is finished, three hours between
the two cities will be the regular
schedule.
To all of you who have had the pa patience
tience patience to read this long, tedious ar article,
ticle, article, I return sincere thanks, jhb

IMPORTANT NOTICE

The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
ara elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
ight. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in

Fresh vegetables daily.
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Fraternal Orders

UARIOX-DUXN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

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The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
ience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
tnd fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS

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Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrick, C. O

C. K. Sage, K

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Would you
send out a
poorly
dressed
representative?

Your business
stationery is
your business
representative.

ARE YOU HARD
TO PLEASE?
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
business.
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
right.

Regular conventions of the Ocaia
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

north of Belleview, over which the

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visit-ir.g
ir.g Visit-ir.g sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whiteaides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

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THE OC ALA NATIONAL BANK
ORGANIZED 1911
DEPOSITS APRIL 5th. 1922:
One Million, Thirty-One Thousand, 1 hree Hundred and
Ninety-Four Dollars
We thank the public in general, and our friends especial especially
ly especially for enabling us to make this splendid showing.
If you are in need of banking connections we invite you
to come to see us.
DIRECTORS
Jno. Ij. Edwards. Charles S. Cnllen, Dr. J. 15. Chace. IS. L. Wart man, J. D. Stokes

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Scotch

PRESENTS

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my

Wanders

Band

AND

6 BIG FEATURE VAUDEVILLE ACTS 6

JOE H1LJ0Y
comedy Skating act

BOBBIE BROILER
SCOTCH COMEDIAN

HAROLD STOCKTON

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Whistling Soloist and Bird Imitator

GEORGE FREBOROUGH
PREMIER ZYLOPHONIST
JOE BROWNING COMPANY
Dramatic Sketch
PUTTING ONE OVER

THE DELH MEAD TROUP
Classic Poses. Famous Masterpieces
Sculptors Models
PRICES: 50c, 77c, $1.00, plus tax

i 1 emme Tlnieaiero O

(Evening Star April 8, 1&02)
Dr. Van Hood continues ill at the

ihome ,f his sister at Fort Pierce, and

j is not able to travel yet.
j Morris Smith will accept the thanks
of the editor of -the Star for a compli compli-jmer
jmer compli-jmer ta -y ticket to Smith's Greater
j Minst.tls, to be held Thursday of
this week in the Haymarket theater,
in the rear of Judge W. S. Bullock's
j residence. It promises to be the min-

strel event of the season and a packed
; house is assured.

Mrs. Godfrey Moyers of Fort White
! is visiting her mother, Mrs. Badger,
j Mi- Annie DeLong of Candler is
i visit!-.? Miss Mattie Williams.
Mrs. Jackson and daughter, Miss
i Kathr ine Jackson, who have been
' spending some time in Ocala with
'Mrs. Jackson's daughter, Mrs. Henry
Livingston, have returned to their

'home in Gainesville, Ga.

-Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 8, 1912)
Miss Clara Barton, founder of the

Red Cross and probably the most

widely known American of her day,

died at her home, Red Cross, in Glen
Echo, Md., Saturday- morning. She

was ninety years of age.

Miss Florence Walters, who has
been quite ill for some time, has gone
to Coleman, to spend a few weeks
with her uncles, the Messrs. Wicker,

business men and truck growers of

that nlace.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

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Night Phone 515

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
Anywhere, Anytime
GEO. MACK AY & COMPANY
Funeral Directors
G. B. Oterton, Director

PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY

I PHONE 2 43
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
I Cook's Market and Grocery
J QUALITY CLEANLINESS

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WE DO NOT
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LEATHER

WE DO SELL
TENDER
CUTS OF
MEATS

WHAT KIND
DO YOU
WANT?

IT IS GOOD
IF IT IS
FROM US

MAIN STREET
MARKET
W. H. MARSH, Prop.
PHONE 108

Ladies' and men's bathing suits tn
novelty weaves, all wool. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. tf

j Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
I 9:45 a. m. Sunday school, L. W.
! DuvaL superintendent.
i 11 a. m. Preaching. Palm Sunday.
J 6:45 p. m. Senior League.

j 7:4-5 p. m. Preaching. Subject,

."The Golden Rule."
. We Lave saved a place for you.
!
! Presbyterian

I Ecv. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
i 9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N.
: A. Russell, superintendent.

11 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon, "The Ministry of Women."'
7 :00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8 p. m. Evening worship. Sermon,
"As I My Brother's Keeper?"
It is hoped that all members may
attend both services. Friends are
also cordially invited to come.
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
10 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol fol-lowed
lowed fol-lowed by sermon by pastor. Subject,
"The Life Without a Break."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m.---Preaching service.
Sermon, "No Infidel in Hell."
A cordial invitation and welcome to
every one.
.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a: m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon
mon Sermon by the pastor, "The Devotional
Significance of the Lord's Supper."
The ordinance of the Lord's Supper
will be administered and new mem members
bers members welcomed.
6:30 p. m. Senior, Junior and In Intermediate
termediate Intermediate B. Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Service of song and

sermon by the pastor. Subject, "How

the Sinner Gets Caught."
The ordinance of baptism will ba
administered at the night service.
"Better come to church."
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Palm Sunday
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer.
Special music. Soloist. Mr. Edwin

j Gernant.
j Ssimon subject, "The Features
j Jesus Would See if He Were to Make
; a Triumphal Entry Here."

I 7:20 p. m. A rare treat is in store

for music lovers and all who attend

this service. After evening prayer,

i the choir will sing the cantata, "It Is

Finished."
Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 10:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
5 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject
"Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?"
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
North Ocala Union Sunday School
A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.
m. Visitors welcome.

PE

R D A NO

T STORE

Come and see me at the Pet Store
On Fort King Avenue

The Birds and Fish I have to sell,,
With pleasure 111 show you.
If you have not visited the Bird Store
An invitation sure is due
I invite you as a friend should
A courtesy I owe you.
Or buy a snow white Collie
A purchase you'll ne'er regret regret-He
He regret-He will protect you as a companion
And you will always have a Pet.

The above is an invitation
to friends and strangers, to
come and hear the Canary
Birds sing. I am sure they
will please you.

M

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PROPRIETOR
E. Ft. King Ave.' P. O. Box 340

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Phone 163

U NEED AS,
one package
UNEEDAS,
two packages
UNEEDAS,
three packages "...
OCTAGON SOAP,
one cake
OCTAGON SOAP,
three cakes
OCTAGON SOAP,
one dozen cakes..
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP,
one cake
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP,
three cakes
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP,
one dozen cakes
ARGO SALMON
per can
Sugar Cane Syrup
pint bottles ..........
Sugar Cane Syrup drawn
from barrel per gallon.
Campbell's Soap,
one can
Campbell Soups,
three cans
CORN FLAKES,
one package
CORN FLAKES,
three packages
POST TOASTIES,
one package
POST TOASTIES,
three packages
HEINT7 idar Vinegar
quartw

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

CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
shortK
cotton seed meal,
cotton seed hulls,
beet pulp,
purina sweet feed
oyster shell,
mica grit,
beef scraps.
PURINA
CHICKEN
CHOWDER,

I PURINA COW CHOW,

PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.

A general stock of groceries a good delivery service, and your
goods will cost you nfl more from us

SARASOTA MARKET
Under New management
I have purchased the Sarasota
Market on East Second street
and will always keep on hand a
complete line of
FRESH MEATS, FISH AND
VEGETABLES
I deliver free to any part of the
city on short notice. Just call

phone No. 380 and see the j

pruinpL service you get.
; I
E. B0M0LINI
Proprietor 1
ALI KINDS WOOD 1

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Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.

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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1S22

WKSMI AKt) THE FlPilK
(Continued from Second Page )
and no concealment, and if was a
Stance of enmity.
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At Your Invitation, Miaa Field!" Said

Mrs. Tabor, Frankly.

your invitation, Miss Field !" said Mrs.

Tabor, frankly. j
"I am aware of that," Harriet said,
atoDly.
"Will you be so kind as to tell Nina
and Madame Carter, the visitor was
resuming her wraps, and arranging her
handsome hat and veil, "that I will be
here tomorrow, and that anything I can
do I will be so glad to do! Is that
Mrs. Warren's car, Bottomley? Thank
you. Good afternoon, Miss Field V
"Good afternoon, Mrs. Tabor!" Har Harriet
riet Harriet followed her to the hall door, and
heard a Parthian shot, addressed in a
cheerfully high voice to kindly old
Mrs. Warren, Mrs. Fordyce's mother,
who was in the limousine:
"Nobody horn I All my troable for
nothing 1"
Old Mrs. Warren leaned against the
frosted glass; waved from the holly holly-dressed
dressed holly-dressed interior at Harriet, and the
girl saw her Hps frame "Merry Christ Christmas
mas Christmas 1" The door slammed ; Bottomley
came with stately footsteps up to the
hall again. Harriet gave a little laugh
f triumph. Now the coast was clear I

Thus it was that Richard Carter

Sound only his mother and his children
at the dinner table that night, and no
quests under his roof. Miss Field, to
be sure, was at the head of-the table,
but then Miss Field was a member of

the family. He interrogated her briefly

as they went in..
Ward's gang? That Eaton ass?"
"Oh, they went yesterday I"
"Speak to Bottomley?"

"Yes. He and Pilgrim are quite rec

onciled to remaining." Harriet but

toned a cuff, to hide a dimple that

would come to the corner of her

mouth. "And Mrs. Tabor came, and
would have stayed," she could not re-

cist the temptation to add, "but I per

suaded her that some other time would

be better!"
"Scene with Nina about it?" Rich
ard had asked, curiously.
"Nina was not here," Harriet an

swered. And there was a faint smile

In the deep blue eyes that she raised
suddenly to his.
"Ah; well, I knew, of course, that
you would manage it I he said, con contentedly.
tentedly. contentedly. "It seems black art to me.
I had enough of it!"
She smiled again, and went quietly
to her place. But when he summoned
Ward and Nina to his mother's room,
after dinner, she had disappeared, and
the family was quite alone when he
broke the news to them.
Harriet, presently needed again,
was astonished at the emotion of the
old lady, who had been genuinely fond
of her daughter-in-law, and had always
been loyal to Isabelle, as one of the
Carters. Madam Carter was greatly
Shaken, Nina hysterical, Ward ag aggrieved,
grieved, aggrieved, Irritated at his own feeling.
He had not seen his mother for seven
months, she had brought nothing but
a certain unpleasant notoriety to her
children, yet her death struck both the
young creatures forcibly, and they felt
shocked and shaken.
"We can't be In the Fordyce tab tableaux,"
leaux," tableaux," said Nina in an Interval be between
tween between floods of sobs. "Not that I
would want to, now But I don't
know; it seems to me that I am the
most unfortunate girl in the world !"
"I think both you and Ward should
wear black for a certain period," Rich Richard
ard Richard said to her. He had been walking
the floor nervously, stopping now and
then beside the great chair where his
mother sat silent and stricken, to put
bis arm about her shoulders, and mur murmur
mur murmur to her consolingly.
"When my mother died," Madame
Carter quavered, with her handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief pressed to the tip of her nose,
"my sisters and I wore black, and re refused
fused refused all social engagements for one
year. We then, I remember distinctly,
began to wear white and lavender
- Nina broke in pettishly : T don't see
why I have to wear black I"
i "Why should you?" Ward said with
bitter scorn. "It's only your mother I"
JNlna began to cry.
."You and I will go down to Land Land-mann's
mann's Land-mann's early tomorrow, Nina," Har Harriet
riet Harriet suggested, "and well have some
one show us what is simple and nice
not crape, you know," Harriet said,
with a glance at Richard Carter, "but
black, for a few months, anvwav."
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MOSS BLUFF

Moss Bluff, April 4. Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. McNamara and little son J. C,
and the former's mother, Mrs. J. W.
McNamara of Palm Beach, are the
guests of Mr. A. W. Fort and Mr.
Oliver Fort. This is Mrs. McNama McNama-ra's
ra's McNama-ra's old home and she has many
friends who are glad to learn of her
return.
Misses Allie Lee Johns and Lilly
Sue Clayton spent the week end in
Ocala visiting relatives.
Messrs. Dan Fort, Sidney Fort and
their cousin Mr. J. C. McNamara, had
fine luck one day last week fishing.
They caught two catfish, one weigh weighing
ing weighing 28 pounds and the other 18, be

sides many smaller ones.
Mrs. Arthur Davis and three daugh daughters
ters daughters left last week for Alabama,
where Mrs. Davis went to be with
her mother during her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNamara, Miss
Martha Fort and Mrs. Sidney Fort
spent Saturday in Ocala and at Silver
Springs.
Rev. W. F. Creson of Ocala will fill
his regular appointment at the Con Congregational
gregational Congregational church Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort and chil children
dren children and the former's sister, Mrs. J.
W. McNamara,. attended services in
Ocala Sunday.
Mr. Busbee Cochran and Mr. Will Williams
iams Williams were guests of Mrs. L. A.

Griggs Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. W. a

White, Miss Sallie Morrison and Mr.

A. M. Morrison were callers in Ocala
Saturday.

A number from here attended serv

ices at Electra Sunday morning and

night.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C McNamara and

son left Tuesday morning for Palm
Beach. Mrs. J. W. McNamara -will

spend several months here before re returning.
turning. returning. SHADY
Shady, April 6. We are moving
merrily along in our burg busy,
hopeful, cheerful. Some have bitten
off more than they can chew, but are

chewing it with a grim determina determination
tion determination that means well, good digestion.

Who was it that said "the face of the

Master is good for the land" Build

ing dwellings in accordance with one's

means, in a good situation, on a good
property and furnish the house suit suitably
ably suitably for country life, the farm is the
better, fewer mistakes will be made
and larger crops will be made. And,
too, there's a love of home life in the
country. Truly "the face of the Mas

ter is good for the land." By way of
a small beginning, lef s all who can,
launch a home improvement contest

in Shady and improve church and
school and grounds during vacation.
Did you ever notice that the real busy

person finds time to do, things while

the ones who accomplish very lfctlt

neevr "have time? Let's braea r?

and brush up more. We are a bit oa-

sided, in fact a majority of us hava

the "churchitis" real bad.

Rev. Calvin, pastor, will preach Sun-
day morning at 11:30 o'clock and ia

the evening at 7:45. The Junior TL

Y. P. U. will put on a play Sunday at
10 o'clock. Sunday school at 10:20.
The Senior B. Y. P. U. will put on a.
play, "The Three Robbers," at 6:45 p.
m. -. '.r..-V;
There's the most chickens in Shady
this year. Next week we will tell yoa
about a record breaking sale of chick
ens from eleven hens.



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1S22

Eat Your 'Easier Dinner Here
If you enjoy fine food deliciously
cooked and promptly served at a mod moderate
erate moderate price. We have prepared a spe special
cial special 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
or more.
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
DIGH CLASS
AUTO PAINTING
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
Out of Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
BUICK DEALERS
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
WEAK? RUN-BQWH
Carolina La J Get So She Could j
Just Drag. "Cardui Duiit Lie
Up," he Declares.
Kernersville, N. C In an Interest
fag statement regarding Cardui, tlie
Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley 'Mabe, ot
near here, recently said: "I have
linown Cardui for years, but never
knew Its worth until a year or so p.go.
I was In a weakened, run-down con condition.
dition. condition. I became draggy didn't eat or
Bleep to do any good; couldn't do any anything
thing anything without a great effort. I tried
different remedies and medicines, yet
1 continued to drag.
-I decided to give Cardui a trial,
and found it was Just what I realir
needed. It made me feel much strong
er soon after I began to use It I be
gan to eat more, and the nervous, j
-weak feeling began to leave. Soon I
'was sleeping good.
"Cardui built me tip as no otnei
tonic ever did.
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wno was yuuy, leu. van uuu ureu uui
all the time. It brought her right out,
and soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We think there Is nothing
like Cardui."
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. You may find
It Just what you really need. For
more than 40 years it has been used by
thousands and thousands, and found
just as Mrs. Mabe describes.
At your druggist's. NC-142
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Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following1 schedule figures pub published
lished published as information aad.not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern' Standard Time)
SEABOARD All LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 rjn
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 una
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg: 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leav Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:S3:jn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Fetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
Rfc Ppfshrr.TAklTul 1:25 nra
7:10 am Dunnellon -Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm j
T :30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm;
10:15 pm Lieesbcrg t:4am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
HOTEL
jftacroKvttit-noom
Ewopwn PWk Concern. Modem. Serened outmk ftxxf,
Smms HaaA tl 50 u Cafe n cxmncten. Convtncpt is
Evwyfaft. In hM of Ctf. Send for Boocio. f
W1NOLE W. SMITH. WV.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf

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HARRIET AND THE PIPER

(Continued from Sixth Page)
aI think that would be the least,
Richard." his mother approved. "I be believe
lieve believe I will go with you," she Conde Condescended
scended Condescended to Harriet, "after all, Isabelle
was my daughter-in-law, and the
mother of my grandchildren!"
-And I won't go to California or Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda or anywhere else unless Lady Ladybird
bird Ladybird comes!" Nina burst out. with a
broken sob.
"Nonsense !" her father began harsh harshly.
ly. harshly. Harriet said:
"Bermuda? Is there a plan for Ber Bermuda?"
muda?" Bermuda?" "I suggested It for a few weeks,"
Richard said, frowning, "but I don't
propose to have Nina invite a group of
friends. That Isn't exactly the Idea.
"We could ask Mrs. Tabor, Harriet
said, soothingly; "It Is right In the
middle of the season, and perhaps she
will feel she can hardly spare the time.
But I'm sure that If she can
"If I ask her, she'll go," Nina said,
In a sulky, confident undertone.
Harriet bad her doubts, but she did
not express them. A month at Nas Nassau,
sau, Nassau, In the undiluted company of Nina
and her grandmother, was enough to
appall even Harriet's stout heart.
The event proved her right, for while
Ida Tabor flew at once to her discon disconsolate
solate disconsolate little friend, and assured Rich Richard
ard Richard with tears in her eyes that she
would do anything in the world to help
him, she weakened when the actual
test arrived.
"If just you and I and your dear
grandmother were going, dearest girl,"
she said to Nina, "then It would be per perfect.
fect. perfect. But as long as Miss Field, who
Is perfectly charming and conscien conscientious
tious conscientious and all that, feels that she must
accompany us, why you and I would
never be a moment alone, sweetheart,
you know that! I don't like to think
that it's jealousy
"Of course it's jealousy," Nina was
pleased to decide, gloomily. "Granny
says that we don't nd her, but Fa Father
ther Father just sticks to It that she must
manage everything!"
Ida Tabor smiled automatically.
"I don't suppose your father sees any anything
thing anything in Miss Field?" she submitted,
lightly.
"Oh. Heavens, no!" Nina said,
studying herself in a handglass. There
was a rather steely look in the eyes
of her friend Ladybird, but she did not
see It. Her smile of pleasure gradual gradually
ly gradually gave place to a pout. "I'm going to
ask Father If we need Miss Harriet!
she said.
And that evening she did indeed at attack
tack attack Richard on the subject, although
not as decidedly as she had planned.
lie listened to her interestedly enough,
with his evening paper held ready for
his next glance.
"Let you roam about the country
with Mrs. Tabor," he said, as the girl's
faltering accents stopped. "No, my
dear, it's out of the question In the
first place, she Is not the sort of com companion
panion companion I would chooose for any girl,
and In the second place I would never
know where you and your grandmoth grandmother
er grandmother were, or what was happening to
you I While Miss Field Is in charge I
shall feel entirely safe. Of course, If
Mrs. Tabor chooses to invite herself,
that's her affair!"
"Then I don't want to go !" Nina
stormed. But In the end she did go.
Madame Carter, Nina and Harriet duly
sailed. In the second week of January,
and Ward joined them almost a month
later. In Nassau. And here Harriet
had the brother and sister at their
best, free to show the genuine childish childishness
ness childishness that was In them, to swim and
picnic and tramp, and here she In Indulged
dulged Indulged Nina In long talks, and encour encouraged
aged encouraged her to associate with the young
people she met.
Harriet wrote once a week to Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, making a general report, and in inclosing
closing inclosing receipted hotel and miscellane miscellaneous
ous miscellaneous bills. His communications usually
took the form of cables, although once
or twice she received typewritten let letters.
ters. letters. In mid-April they all came home
again, and Crownlands, in the year's
first shy filming of green, looked won wonderful
derful wonderful to Harriet's homesick eyes.
Richard was to join them at dinner ;
it had been impossible for him to
meet them when the boat arrived, but
Fox had been there and attended to
the formalities. It had pleased them
all to make the occasion formal and
to dress accordingly. Nina looked her
prettiest -in a white silk, and the old
lady was magnificent in diamonds and
brocade. Harriet deliberately selected
her handsomest gown, a severe black
satin that wrapped her slender body
with one superb and shining sweep,
and left her white arms and firm,
flawless shoulders bare. The firm
young lines of chin and throat, the
swelling white breast that met the en encasing
casing encasing satin, the slippers with their
twinkling buckles she could not but
find every detail pleasing, and her
scarlet mouth, firmly shut, was
twitched by a sudden dimple.
She glanced at the clock, went slow slowly
ly slowly to the door, and slowly down the
big square stairway. Richard and his
children were in the lower hall, and
they all glanced up.
Down In the soft glow of light came
Harriet, smiling as she slipped her left
arm about Nina, and gave the free
hand to Nina's father. She was ap apparently
parently apparently cool and unself-consclous ; In Inwardly
wardly Inwardly she felt feverish, frightened
and excited and happy, all at once.
Richard was In evening dress, too; he
looked his best ; his dark hair brushed
to a shining crest, and his gray eyes
full of pleasure.
"Well, Miss Field l" he said, a lit little
tle little breathlessly. "Well! Your vaca vacation
tion vacation hasn't done you any harm!"
"We had to make an occasion of
our eo mine home!" Hscrdet said, with

a nervous Tafigh. trying not to see the
admiration In his eyes.
"You look wonderful!" Nina said.
"Why. you saw this gown at Nas Nassau,
sau, Nassau, Harriet protested.
"Louise or whoever she was of
Prussia, or whatever yon call it.
turned in the family vault when you
walked down ths- stairs!" Ward
said. "Oo-oo ?anjrht you ur.der the
mistletoe oo-oo. rou would !" he
added, with an effort to envelop her
in his embrace.
"Ward, behave yourself:" Harriet
said, evading him. and walking to.rard
the dining room with his grandmother,
who fame downstairs in her turn, r.nd
joined Them.
Richard Carter watched her, the in incarnation
carnation incarnation of young and beautiful
womanhood. Clever he knew her to
be. capable and conscientious, but to tonight
night tonight she was in a new role. He liked
to see her there at the other end of
the table; he realized that she was the
center of things, here In his honse.
and that he had missed her.
After dinner it chanced that Bot Bot-tomley
tomley Bot-tomley called her to the telephone,
and that a moment later she passed
the call on to Richard.
"It's Mr. Gardiner, Mr. Carter. He
didn't know that you were here, but
he would rather speak to you," Har Harriet
riet Harriet said. Richard went to the tele telephone,
phone, telephone, and as she moved to make

I room for him. and srave him the re
ceiver, he had a sudden breath of the
sweetness and freshness of her, of
hair and young fit in skin, of the
rustling satin gown, and the little
handkerchief that she dropped, and
that he picked up for her. He smiled
as he gave It, and flushed inexplicably,
and his first few words to the bewil bewildered
dered bewildered Gardiner were a little shaken
and breathless. But Richard was quite
himself again an hour or two later,
when he sent for Miss Field, and she
came Into the library.
"I needn't say that I'm entirely
pleased with the way matters have
gone, Harriet," said Richard, when she
had seated herself on the opposite
side of his big, flat desk, and locking
her white hands on the shining sur surface,
face, surface, had fixed her magnificent eyes on
him. "Nina seems in fine shape, and
I -have never seen my mother better.
You seem to have a genius for man managing
aging managing the Carters. I'm seriously con considering
sidering considering an offer from Gardiner; he's
got to take his boy out to Nevada for
his health. Ward wants to go, and
would very probably like it when he
got there. I hope he will try it any anyhow!
how! anyhow! So that leaves Nina, who Is
safe enough with you, and my mother,
who seems perfectly well and happy.
Meanwhile, while you've been gone
we've gotten the Brazilian company
well started, so that I shall have a lit little
tle little more freedom than Tve had for
years.
"You look as If you needed It," Har Harriet
riet Harriet observed.
"You look wonderful," Richard re returned,
turned, returned, simply. "Wonderful! Is that
a new gown?"
"Well, I had It made last November.
Just before I went away. Mrs. Carter
gave me the material a year ago."
Harriet glanced down at herself and
smiled.
"You might wear pearls or some somethingwith
thingwith somethingwith it, Richard said. "Do you
like pearls?"
It was astonishing to see the color
come up In her dusky skin; her eyes
met his almost pleadingly.
"Why I never thought I" she said,
In some confusion.
"I suppose a man may ask his wife
if she likes pearls?" Richard said, Im Impelled
pelled Impelled by some feeling he did not de define.
fine. define. He had leaned back In his chair,
and half-closed his eyes, as he studied
her.
"Oh please!" Harriet said in an
agony. She gave a horrified glance
about, but the library was closed and
silent. "Some one might hear you!"
she whispered. And a moment later
she rose to her feet, and eyed him
quietly. "Was that all, Mr. Carter?"
sh6 asked. It was Richard's turn to
look a trifle confused.
"That's all my dear!" he said,
obediently. The term made her flush
"That's All My Dear!" He Said
Obediently.
again. He was still smiling when she
closed the door.
(Continued on Page Eight)
Supper will be served Saturday eve evening
ning evening from 6 to 8 in the basement of
the Methodist church. Service a la
carte. Prices reasonable. 7-2t

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BACK NL3IBER WORD

EXPUNGED FROM BOOK
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, April 7. Edward A.
Parsers, bishop coadjutor of. the San
; Francesco diocese of the Episcopal
' church and a member of the commis
sion that recommended revision of the
book of common prayer, said the rea reason
son reason the word "obey" was omitted
from the marriage ceremony is be because
cause because it is antiquated. The proper
basis for marriage nowadays is a
mutual basis and not one of authority,
one over the other, he said.
GAVE AN OCCASIONAL
NIP TO GRANDMA
(Associated Press)
Andsrson, S. C, April 7. Officers'
finding a still were told by its owner
that he was merely making a nip for
grandmother. Had been in the family
more than a hundred years, he said,'
as an heirloom.
MAUDE DEFENDED HER MAMA
(Associated Press;
St. Louis, April 7. Maude A. Rit-:
chie, 17-year-old telephone operator,'
shot her father, aged 53, a butcher,;
whom she asserted was abusing her!
mother. Ritchie with two bullets in
his side was taken to a hospital where
his condition is pronounced serious. :
The police entering the house after
hearing the shots quoted Ritchie as
saying he shot himself.
IRISH REPUBLICAN
ARMY'S GOOD WORK
(Associated Press)
Belfast, April 7.- A hundred mem members
bers members of the Irish republican army forc forced
ed forced their way into bonded stores here
and smashed casks containing wine
and whisky. The damage is estimated
a hundreds of thousands of pounds.
OKLAWAHA
Okla Okla-Marsh
Marsh Okla-Marsh having
Miss
spent i
guest c
Miss
the sp'
closed
Miss
vaha, April 5. Miss Agnes
U returned home Sunday after
pent the past week in Apopka.
tSessie Mae Finley of Kendrick

he week-end in Oklawaha, the; who has been visiting friends and rel-JPa., who have spent a pleasant winte. winte.-f
f winte.-f Miss Pearl Hall. atives here, is now visiting in Apapka.! a3 the guests of the latter's brother,

Pearl Hall is at home now for i
ing vacation, her school having
Friday, March 31st.
Florence Capell of Alabama,

1400 Acres of Marion Comity's RiM

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The above cut is a good likeneess of the main residence on this mag nificent estate, contains 8 nice large
airy rooms, halls, veranda, front and back porches and side porch, screened in, concrete walks, wtaer works
throughout the house, lighting system, nice approach among beautiful shr de trees, splendid barns and all neces necessary
sary necessary out-buildings.
THIS GRAND ESTATE, also has splendid 5-room bungalow, barns and all necessary out-buildings, also
nice 4-room cottage with barn and out-buildings, three good tenant houses, all the houses have fine water at
doors and plenty of stock water on the farm.
Located right on Dixie Highway and Fairfield road, both hard Toads, 10 miles north of Ocala, the county

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad north in the "V" cf the pikes, you cannat hely seeing it. and when you do see it
you are bound to admire and want to call it home; in sight of a good school, close to church, one mile front
railroad station and a good little town (LOWELL), also loading station and packing house right at the place;
splendid neighborhood. The improvements on this splendid estate are well distributed, making it an ideal farm
r -.- cnWivicinn will p11 von anv am -nirifr vnii mav want of this srood Han mock Marion County Land, in faeL.

we always sell to suit our customers. You can buy a forty," eighty or as many, acres as you want. If not sold
privately this magnificent estate with its fine improvements and splendid "ands will go under, the hammer for the
high dollar on May 24th, at 10 o'clock A. M. The owners of this splendid farm have. made up their minds to
sell and close up the partnership business, as Mr. Howell's health will not permit of him running the farm and
Mr. Munroe has all he can look after with his banking interests, etc. Tljry are both game to the core and they
are going to leave it absolutely with YOU to say what these valuable holdings are worth.
THE REAL ESTATE FIRM OF HUGHES & McCARTY of Kentucky will handle this sale. It will be

the big sale of the season. Written words cannoi ao jusncevo me uu u: ui rauuu. mere is no aouoi dui,
that this is one of the very best agricultural sections of the' whole state of Florida. Better look this property property-over
over property-over before the sales day and don't forget the date, MAY 24thf 1922. Wa'ch this paper for a more full and ac accurate
curate accurate description of this property. Watch for the nice presents we wiH give away at this sale; .they will be
something good and something you will appreciate and be glad you was with us at this sale. .

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, -APRIL 8, 1922

OCALA OCCURREIICES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.

Mrs. C. L. Moore is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Clara Moore Pyles, ia
Orlando. (
If youH try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that youH be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
Supper will be served Saturday eve evening
ning evening from 6 to 8 in the, basement of
the Methodist church. Service a la
carte. , Prices "reasonable.
7-2t
. The word BUTTERNUT baked into
your loaf of broad is a guarantee that
it is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
A certain good-looking, darkhaired
young man seems to be playing Romeo
to a mighty pretty,, petite Juliette.
Godblessum!
Our EASTER CARDS are now on
display. Make your selection early
while the stock is complete. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t
Miss Wenona Kelsey of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has returned home after a short
visit in Ocala with her aunt, Mrs. R.
T. Weaver.
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's Park, east Fort King Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
be sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t
A marriage license for Mr. R. H.
Roddenberry and Miss Cecilia Marion
Rusco, both of Summerfield, has been
issued by County Judge Futch.
Don't ask your dealer for just
tread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youll get the best made. 21-tf
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's Park, east Fort King Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
be sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams have re returned
turned returned from the meeting of the hotel
keepers of the state in St. Petersburg.
They report a busy meeting and a
good time in the Sunshine City.
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
Mr. Brantley Weathers is expected
to arrive in the city from New York
the first of the week for a visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
All wool heavy weight white flannel
trousers, $7.50 and $8. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Before you buy bathing caps see
our complete line. Reasonable, prices
at Bitting & Phillips' Drugstore. 7-3t
We have your size, your choice in
color and style. Palm Beach suits.
Joseph Malever, Goldman's old stand.
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
ery froc-ery store. 25-tf
Mrs. Mollie Hodge, who spent sev several
eral several months in Ocala this winter and
since which time has been visiting her'
Biavcri in xvxuaa jmuu, is again in in;
city, at the Dormitory.
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart Wart-tnann's
tnann's Wart-tnann's Park, east Fort King Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
be sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
T-i ti t Tnm rrT- T nirrTTTTi-iTT Tin
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TI0NEEf: ZZ3t
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart
mann's Park, east Fort King Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
be sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t
Every one is cordially invited to at attend
tend attend the BU EF social given under
the auspices of the W. C. T. U., Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Ti M. Moore on Fort King
avenue. An interesting musical pro program
gram program will be given.
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart-
mann's Park, east Fort King Ave., j
Wednesday. April 12th, 10 a. m.j
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will j
be sold for the high dollar. DITTO, ;
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC-;
TIONEER. 4-8-3t

THE BIRD AND PET STORE

Mrs. J. H. Cramer has opened a
bh-d and pet store at her place oi
East Fort King. Mr. J. H. Cramer is
manager and Mrs. J. H. Cramer pro proprietor.
prietor. proprietor. Mrs. Cramer expects to car carry
ry carry in stock only the finest specimens
of each kind, all kinds of pet3 being
her specialty. There will be cat
birds, dogs, goldfish, etc. Already she
ha3 a number of pets and is receiving
new stock every day. The Bird anl
Pet Store will also carry a complete
line of fish globes and ornaments,
bird cages, bird seed and fish food food-This
This food-This is the first enterprise of this kind
in Ocala and the prospects are bright
for its success.
PICTURE FRAMING
Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
BARKER'S BOOKLETS
Those who requested the booklets
of Dr. Chas. A. Barker, who recently
lectured here under the auspices of
the Rotary Club, are asked to call at
the Chamber of Commerce for them
as early as possible. The two pamph pamphlets,
lets, pamphlets, one for fathers and the other for
mothers, are three cents each.
Mr. Hibbert Weathers who has been
in Ocala for the past two weeks ex expect
pect expect to return home today.
The first load of material was haul hauled
ed hauled yesterday for the new bungalow
which Mrs. M. E. Layne wil lerect on
her lots on Tenth street in the Gor Gordon
don Gordon addition, recently purchased from
Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr. The bunga bungalow
low bungalow will be situated on a high knoll of
land, will contain five rooms, two
large screened porches and all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. Mrs. Layne has re recently
cently recently sold her property, the block
between Third and Fourth streets, to
the school and this block will be made
into a play ground. Mrs. Layne will
make her home in the new bungalow
as soon as it is completed.
Mrs. T. M. uieLean has received the
sad news of the death of her uncle,
Mr. H. H. Home of Charlotte, N. C,
who passed away at his home there
last Saturday. Mr. Horn is well
known here as it had been his custom
for several years past to spend the
winter here with his niece, and before
Mrs. McLean and family moved here
he made his home with Mrs. George
L. Taylor, and family.
Dr. R. T. Weaver has returned
home from an extensive automobile
trip through the southern part of the
state. Drv Weaver went in Mr. Ed
CarmichaeFs comfortable house on
wheels. The trip was an advertising
tour for Silver Springs. Although the
trip was a long one, lasting about six
weeks it was also pleasant and mucn
good advertising for the springs was
accomplished.
Tomorrow evening at Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church the choir will sing the
Lenten cantata "It Is Finished," by
Angelo M. Read. The soloists for the
evening will be Mr. Lester Lucas, Mr.
Edwin Gernant and Miss Pearl Faus-
ett. The public is cordially invited
and a musical treat is in store for
those who attend.
Parker & Guynn have moved back
up town, and are now in the store
room in the Ocala House block just
vacated by Jordan & Co. They have
a nicely displayed stock of fine goods,
and their old customers are rapidly
discovering their new location.
Mr. V. A. Hays and family who
amo tn Onnlsi last: fall to make their
erectin? a preUy bungalow
jm Hill View, east ot tne nospitai.
i This is one of the prettiest locations j
' in town and when completed the j
; bungalow will be up-to-date in every;
iway. Mr. Hays is manager of the!
! Warner farm and dairy. j
.
! ,r r it tr.vi. tj: w xr I
.who has been spending several months
jwith his daughter, Mrs. E. G. Peek,
' pvnpcts to rptiirn home Mondav. Mr.
; Hobbg hag many f riends fa 0cala and
jit is always a pleasure when he
; spends a portion of each winter with
them.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
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FIRE
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(Continued from Sixth Page)
CHAPTER XII.

It was the grayest spring that Har Harriet
riet Harriet had ever known at Crownlands,
for even at her best. IsabeJle had been
socially an Individualist, devoting her herself
self herself to one man at a time, and to no nobody
body nobody else, and the whole family had
necessarily accepted Isabelle's atti-
J tude. Richard had been too busy to
notice or protest, the old lady help helpless,
less, helpless, and Nina a child.
But now there was a beautiful and
gracious woman in Isabelle's place,
and long before the world knew that
Harriet Field was really Harriet Car Carter,
ter, Carter, there was a very decided change
in the social atmosphere. Richard be began
gan began to bring his friends to the house ;
he was proud of his smoothly running
establishment, and proud of the
charming woman who neither flirted
wit, nor ignored the men he brought
home.
Always beautiful and always busy,
constantly in demand on all sides, she
went about his house like a smiling
worker of miracles, and Richard
watched her. When she went home
to her sister for a day or two he
missed her strangely, and wandered
about the empty rooms with a deso desolate
late desolate sense of loss.
She was presently back,' and amused
the young people at the dinner table
with a spirited account of her sister's
move Into a new house "really an
old house," that she and her family
had been watching for years.
Nina and Amy and Ward had rushed
from the dinner table to an early
dance at the club, and Richard, after
a talk with his mother on the terrace,
had wandered about with a vague
hope of finding Harriet somewhere
with her book. But she was not
downstairs.
He went back, and presently accom accompanied
panied accompanied his mother to her door. The
eld lady stopped outside of Nina's
open door, from which a subdued light
streamed.
"Oh, Miss Field" said Madame
Carter.
"Yes, Madame Carter 1" The rich,
ready voice responded instantly. Rich Richard
ard Richard hoped she would come to the door,
but his mother's message was deliv delivered
ered delivered too quickly to make It necessary.
"You're waiting up for Nina?"
"Oh, yes, Madame Carter!" Harriet
answered. The two exchanged good good-nights
nights good-nights Richard loitered into his moth mother's
er's mother's room, left her in her maid's hands,
and went back into the dimly lighted,
spacious upper hall. He felt oddly
stirred; there were letters downstairs,
his usual books and amusements, but
he felt curiously impelled to try for
one more word with Miss Field.
He opened the door of Nina's room,
arid went In, and knocked on the half half-open
open half-open door within that connected it
with Harriet's room.
"Come in. Is it you, Pilgrim?" the
pleasant, quiet voice said. Richard
stepped to the doorway.
Harriet, seated in a square basket
chair, under the soft flood of light
from a basket-shaded lamp, rose pre
dpltately, and stood looking at him
with widened eyes and parted Hps,
without speaking. She was plainly
frightened, though she made herself
smile. The beautiful room was full of
shadows; at the wide-open windows
thin curtains stirred In the cool night
air.
"Frighten you?" Richard said.
"Is there something V Her eyes
were those of a deer that is afraid to
turn.
"Why, I wanted to suggest that we
tell our little piece of news to the
family," Richard suggested, after a
momentary search for a suitable sub subject.
ject. subject. "I came very close to telling my
mother, just now. Is there any good
reason for further delay?"
"Why, no, I don't I don't suppose
there Is!" Harriet stammered. "There
will be talk."
"I suppose so," he answered, simply.
"But what we do Is our own affair,
after all I shall explain to my moth mother
er mother that for us both it seemed a prac practical
tical practical and a well, not unpleasant so solution.
lution. solution. There need be no change here,
but you will simply have a more as assured
sured assured position
She had been watching him, with
all June in her face. But as he went
on the color slowly drained away, and
about her beautiful eyes a look of
strain and even of something like
snaiue gradually deepened. When .-he
spoke, it was as if the muscles of her
throat were constricted.
"Yes, I see. Certainly, I see. We
will have to let them talk. This Is
th best arran-enient possible
under the circumstances :
"It is an arrangement that a man
an," Richard said. "Love means a
great deal In a girl's life, and I sup
pose there Is nothing else that makes
up for the lack of it. But you are
not an ordinary woman, and I assure
you that In every way that I can I
mean to prove to you how deeply I
appreciate what you are doing for u
all,"
"Thank you!" Harriet said, almost
Inaudibly.
"Simply change your name on your
cheeks," Richard said, thoughtfully.
"I shall have Fox step Into the bank
with the authenticated signature. And
if there Is anything else, use your own
Judgment. Perhaps, If I tell my moth mother,,
er,, mother,, you would like to write to certain
".. The better you care for
. jS"- your yes the Dtter
, y01jr eyes will care for
j7fVv you.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight .Specialist

mends r lou ran connnue to araw ; to speat to you, sne saia. suavely,
on the Corn Exchange, that's simplest, j bringing her distant glance to rest di di-and
and di-and I hope you'll remember that yon ; passionately for a moment upon Har-

uaie a mrge personal crtruil lurre. ;
added, with a smile. "It occurred to i
me tonight that you you mustn't let j
your sister worry about that new
house. If you want vour own car
"Oh. good heavens. Mr. Carter!"
Harriet said, suffocating.
"Ask me anything that puzzles you," f
the man said. And with a brief good goodnight
night goodnight he was gone. Harriet, who had
dropped back into her chair, sat abso absolutely
lutely absolutely motionless for a long, long time.
Her eyes were fixed on space; she
hardly breathed; it almost seemed as
If her heart was stopped.
Richard went downstairs, surprised
to feel still vaguely unsatisfied. He
had had his word with Harriet, had
said indeed much that he had not ex-
pected to say. However, it was much j
better to let the world know their re
lationship; he was perfectly satisfied
to have it so. But still, as he settled
himself to an hour's reading, the
plaguing little Impulse persisted. He
would like to go upstairs again; he
missed her companionship.
There was sometliing very appeal appealing
ing appealing about this woman, thought Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, suddenly closing his book. Her
beauty, her silences, her complete sub subjugation
jugation subjugation of her own interests to his,
he found strangely fascinating.
"By George, she has made a most
Interesting woman of herself!" Rich Richard
ard Richard decided, opening his book again.
"She ought to be right in the middle
of things, that girl!"
A day or two later Madame Carter
came out to the terrace at eleven
o'clock, beautifully groomed and
gowned, and with an Imperative hand
arrested Harriet, who was tumbled
and sunburned from the tennis court
and was going toward the house.
Just a moment, Miss Field," said
6he, magnificently. Harriet' obedient obediently
ly obediently stood still, and watched Madame
Carter's magnificence settle itself
"No Reason to Disbelieve My Sonl"
His Mother Echoed, Scandalized.
slowly in a basket chair. The old ?ady
freed an eyeglass ribbon deliberately,
straightened a ruffle, laid her maga magazine
zine magazine beside her on a 'tablo. "There
as a little m:tter which I wished
SPARR
(The Sparr letter seems to have
shared the fate of the communication
from Belleview. Altho mailed on the
5th, it did not reach Ocala until the
7th.)
Sparr, April 5. Mr. E. S. Stephens
came up from Plant City to spend
Sunday with his family, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Riker.
Mr. G. A. Butler of Tavares was
the week-end guest of his daughter,
Mrs. C. H. Luffman.
Mrs. E. J. Beeghly and little son
Robert, have returned to their home
in Jacksonville, after a pleasant visit
with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Higgin Higgin-botham.
botham. Higgin-botham. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert and
fcmily of Ocala were visitors in Sparr
Pt-'rr'sv afternoon.
Mrs. Ethel Turner of Terra Ceia,
was the guest of Mrs. Etta Black on
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Young and chil
dren of Wildwood spent Sunday with;
Mrs. B. Young.
Mrs. Cate arrived from Manchester,
N. H., Friday to join her husband an!
daughters here.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodburn of Rock
Island, 111., who have been spending
the winter in Florida, have recently
returned from St. Petersburg and will
be the guests of their niece, Miss Isa Isabel
bel Isabel Burton until Thursday. Mr. and
Mrs. Woodburn are very much de delighted
lighted delighted with Florida and hope to
come down again next winter.
Supt. H. G. Shealy and Mrs. Shealy
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Stephens Sunday evening.
Mr. Will Hooker gave his Span Span-friends
friends Span-friends a very pleasant surprise Mon Monday,
day, Monday, by bringing home a pretty Geor Georgia
gia Georgia girl as his bride. Mr. and Mrs.
Hooker will be guests of Mr. and Mr3.
Dave Hooker for a few days after
which they will go to housekeeping in
Homestead.
Ouarterlv conference will convene
here Saturday. Dinner will be served
at the church and all members are
urged to attend.

JUHLH VE n ft

mi'i iiin(.iri3mii

to spes

cie uivr. j
Harriet waited, amused, annoyed,
Impatient. '.
'
Carter
"I understand," Madame
said, "that you and my son for some
reason best known to yourselves
have entered into a secret marriage?
"Your first object, my dear. Is not to
i antagonize his mother" Harriet re re-i
i re-i minded herself. Aloud she said mlld-
Iy: "You have no reason' to disbe disbe-!
! disbe-! lleve It, have you?
j "2io reason to disbelieve my son I
! his mother echoed, scandalized. "Why
should I have! Mr. Carter Is the soul
1 of honor1 absolutely the soul. Upon
j my word, I don't understand you!"
! "I said you have no reason to. disbe
lieve him" Harriet repeated. "You
said that you understood that we had
been married. It is true!"
And she looked off toward the river
with an expression as composed as
that of Madame Carter herself.
"I suppose you know that old say saying:
ing: saying: A secret bride has a secret to
hide !' the old woman pursued, pleas pleasantly.
antly. pleasantly.
"I never heard it. I did not play
much with the children of the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood when I was a child," Harriet
answered. "My father was very anx anxious
ious anxious to protect us from picking up ex expressions
pressions expressions of that sort!"
There was a silence, Harriet, be beginning
ginning beginning to be ashamed of herself, did
not look at her companion.
A girl of your age has a great deal
of confidence when she marries into a
family like mine," the old lady said,
presently, In a tone that trembled a
little. "My son is a rich man he is
a prominent man. He has used his
own judgment, of course. But I con confess
fess confess that In your place I should not
carry myself with quite so much an
air of triumph It seems to me
Harriet determinedly regained her
calm, and taking the chair next to the
enraged old lady, quietly interrupted
the flow of her angry words.
I hope I have Ehown no air of
triumph, Madame Carter," Harriet
said. "You yourself and most wisely
pointed out to us a few months ago
that the arrangement here was un unconventional
conventional unconventional
"Every one was talking. If you mind
that!" the old lady snapped. But she
was slightly mollified, none-the-less.
"But upon my word, you'd think mar marrying
rying marrying Into the family was something
to be done every day !" she was be beginning
ginning beginning again, when Harriet Inter Interrupted
rupted Interrupted again.
"No no," she said, soothingly, con conceding
ceding conceding the last words an amused
smile that Itself rather helped to pla
cate her companion. "It Is, of course,
the most serious step of my life But
the secrecy as of course you will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate was because there has been
so much terrible notoriety this year!
Why, Mr. Carter tells me that never
in the history of all the Carters
This fortunate lead was enough.
Madame Carter launched forth superb superbly
ly superbly upon a description of the usual Car Carter
ter Carter weddings, the ceremony, the state.
In perhaps twenty minutes' she was
blandly patronizing Harriet, giving
her encouraging little taps with her
eyeglasses, warning her of mistakes
that Isabelle had made with Richard.
Harriet knew that before three days
were over her terrible mother-in-law
would be telling the world Just how
wise, under the trying circumstances,
the whole thing was. and just how
clearly she had foreseen it. She was
vstill listening respectfully, If a trifle
confusedly, when Ward bounded from
the house, and gave her an effusive
embrace.
(Continued Monday)
DUNNELLON
Dunnellon, April 7. Rev. M. M.
Reynolds of Archer filled his regular
appointment at the ; Presbyterian
church Sunday.
Mrs. tEarl Vara of Inverness was
the guets of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Knight
Monday.
Mrs. M. Stone and little son, Bobby
of Clearwater, visited the family of
W. D. White last week, Mr. White re returning
turning returning with them Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond King are re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing over the arrival of a little son,
born last Tuesday.
Mr. Arthur Horr.3by is visiting in
South Florida this week.
Mrs. T. J. Ferrell of Archer is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ferrell
for a few days.
Mr. W. W. King visited his sistar
Mrs. Aycock, at Melrose, last week.
Mr. J. A. Parham Jr. and Mr. J. M.
Walker were business visitors in
Ocala Thursday.
Mr. Peacock of the internal reve revenue
nue revenue department, was in town this
week.
Mr. James Walker motored to WH WH-liston
liston WH-liston this week to attend the school
play presented by the primary depart department.
ment. department. Mrs. Walker, who is one of
the teachers there, returned with him
to spend the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. King Sr. were
visitors to Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. J. A. Parham returned from
Martel this week after visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith at Mar Martel,
tel, Martel, Mr. and Mrs. Broadus are the
proud parents of a little girl born last
Wednesday.
Mrs. W. J. Mixson was a business
visitor in Ocala last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Muldrow are
j happy over the arrival of a
J daughter, who came to bless
I home last Tuesday.

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LOST March 27th, on Fairfield and
Ocala road, two government checks
payable to G. H. Whittington, legal
guardian for Mary Eaton (both en endorsed);
dorsed); endorsed); Ocala National Bank de deposit
posit deposit book; and two discharges to
James E. Rhodes. Return to G. H.
Whittington, Fairfield, Fla. 4-6t
THE HOME STORE Invites you to
call to see what we can offer you.
J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 6th St,
Ocala, Fla. 4-3-6t
FOR SALE OR TRADE 20 acres;
well improved; good buildings, good
woven wire fence; good well; young
peach orchard; soms crops; on mail
rotue; four corners; 2 miles west
of Summerfield. Cheap for cash.
x Address J. D. LeMay, Box 17, Route
A, or see J. D. LeMay, care Alex
Pender, north end Main street,
Ocala, after six o'clock in the eve evening.
ning. evening. 4-3-6t
FOR RENT An unusually attractive
furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
P. G. Murphy, 733 East Adams SL
or P. O. Box 216. 4-3-6t
ik
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI-
CAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 30-tf
FOR SALE One Ford touring body,
one Ford roadster body. Can be
seen at Adams & Morrison garage,
Oklawaha Ave. 31-12t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels ia 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 government
ment government inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 6000,
$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
New assortment of styles, colors and
sizes in genuine Palm Beach Suit at
$12.50. Joseph Malever, Goldman's
old stand. 7-tf
AOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice Is hereby riven that the un un-dersigrned,
dersigrned, un-dersigrned, sheriff of Marion county.
Florida, under and 4y virtue of a. cer certain
tain certain execution issued out of and under
the seal of the circuit court of Marion
county, Florida, pursuant to a Jud gr grin
in grin en t lately, on December 30, 1911, ren rendered
dered rendered In the circuit court of Alachua
county. Florida, in a certain cause
therein in which Florida Fertiliser
Manufacturing- Co, a corporation, was
plaintiff, and W. A. Green was defend defendant,
ant, defendant, which said Judgment 4a recorded
in Foreign Judgment Book C. page 22,
of the public records of (Marion county,
Florida, will on
Moay, Kay 1st, A. D. 192
between the tiours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. the same be being
ing being a legal sale day and during the
leal hours of sale, offer for sale and
sell o the est and highest toidder for
cash, at the west door of the court
house in 3cala, Florida, the following following-described
described following-described real estate levied on under
said execution as the property of W.
A. Green: Lot of Miller's surrey in
section 9, township 12. south, ramge 21
east, according to map or plat of said
surrey on file in the clerk's office, Mar Marlon
lon Marlon coiinty. Florida Florida-Said
Said Florida-Said property to be sold to satisfy

.said Judgment and all costs.
little' S. C. M. THOMASL
f?v Sheriff of Marion Co.. Fla.
IT. S. TRAXTHAM.
Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-1 -fiat



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