The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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NO
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
ASSOCIATED
-PRESS
DISPATCHES
WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Tuesday.
TEMPERATURES- This morning, 68; tk afternoon, S3.
Sun Risea Tomorrow, 6:01; Sets, 6:5T.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 85
AMERICA IS ONLY
A LOOKER-ON
ATTORNEY GENERAL
BATTLE EXPECTED
OVER NAVAL BILL
FIGHT OVER BANK
AT FELLSMERE
DEVALERA HAS NOT
REEII DEPOSED
IMMENSE SHIP 10
BE OVERHAULED
ATTEND I1TIIIG
. THIS EVEItt
AT III IAN

OCALA

A

At the Great Industrial Conference
At Genoa, Which Hopes to Make
a Step Toward Normal
Conditions

Genoa, Apiil 10. (By Associated
Press). The Genoa economic confer conference
ence conference wa formally opened this after afternoon
noon afternoon in the historic palace of St.
George by P.uiicr Frcta, of Italy.
Here the nations of
continents
will attempt to restore normal condi conditions
tions conditions to tl.c world. Representatives
of this ty-thn (. slates are participat participating.
ing. participating. Richard WahSurn Child, United
States ambassador to Italy, took a
seat in the section reserved for dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished visitors. He is expected
to attend all open meetings but wiH
not be pi '-sr nt at uny conferences of
committees at which the actual im-r-cnant
work of the conference will
be completed.
A QUESTION TO SETTLE
Santa Margherita, Italy, April 10.
(By A. social ud Press). The townJ
of Margh'rita and Rapallo are waging
a bitter f ud vet at 'ling which munici municipality
pality municipality is hostile- to the soviet delega delegation
tion delegation to thi Genoa conference. There
is talk of bloodshed and that the
Genoa conference or the League of
Nations mav be called upon to arbi arbitrate
trate arbitrate the difficulty. The soviet dele delegates
gates delegates are in a hotel within the
bounds of Rapallo but more than two
miles from Rapallo station and only
two blocks from Santa Margherita
s'atkn.
MUSCLE SHOALS'
LOST RACE MONUMENT
. V
Florence. Ala., April 10. Within
sight of Wilson d-m, unit of the gov government's
ernment's government's war pioj-et at Muscle
Shoals, stan Is a mcr.urner.t none the
less marvelous in its construction
which marks the yjory of the rule of
a lost race, according to ethnologists
who lately visited the district.
Preh:storic mound builders or abor aborigines
igines aborigines erect a mound here that has
defied the d'jcay of a;os. Protected
by law. the secrets of the huge pile
o featth and stone have been denied
the curious as w.'l as the scientific
explorer.
The mound stands fifty feet high
and covers more than an acre of
ground. It is situated on the nortn
banks of th Tennessee river just out outside
side outside the city of Florence. Small trees
nnd f'ens shvuhbery cover the whole.
The mound hr.s proved of almost as
mur-h interest is the government pro project
ject project to the thovsprds who have visit visited
ed visited the. district, town authorities de declare.
clare. declare. Muscle Shoals was a favorite haunt
of the Red Man, local history shows.
It is believed here that the mound was
originally constructed by the lost race
of mound builders but was used by
the Indians as a mausoleum where
thp bodies of many great chieftains
now repose. The story appears to be
authenticated that the chief of the
last great tribe to inhabit the district
was buried there by request so that
he "migh continually hear the splash
of the waters as they, roll over Muscle
Shoals."
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
ba sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t
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. Falm Beach suit3.
Joseph Malever, Goldman's old stand.
Attend the Auction Sale, Wrart Wrart-mann's
mann's Wrart-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
The best of materials and the most
sanitary condition prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
Attend the Auction Sale, Wart Wart-nann's
nann's Wart-nann's Park, east Fort King Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twentv-four beautiful homesites will
te sold for the high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE. LEFTWTCH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t

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, G O
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

Reported to be Considering Dismissal
Of Indictment Pending In
Federal Court

Indianapolis, April 10. (By the
Associated Press) Attorney General
Daugherty arrived from Washington
today unannounced- It was declared
authoritatively he is considering dis dismissal
missal dismissal of the indictment pending in
federal court here which some opera operators
tors operators declared made impossible any
wage conference that would end the
coal strike.
SECOND WEEK OF STRIKE
Indianapolis, April 10. The second
wek of the coal strike got under way
today with the unions' organization
still presenting an unbroken front and
the situation in non-union fields be becoming
coming becoming more favorable to the unions'
cause, according to the view, expressed
by President Lewis, the United Mine
Workers.
INTERFERENCE FORBIDDEN
Charleston, W. Va., April 10.
Mine union members and officers are
forbidden from interference with free
competition among men working in
the coal industry in West Virginia
and tent colonies of strikers in Mingo
county not be maintained after thirty
days in a temporary injunction issued
today by Federal Judge McClintick.
EASTLAKE
Eastlake, April 9. The best loved
and most familiar figure in Eastlake
is "Uncle Jimmie" Josslyn, whose 80th
birthday was recently celebrated at
the clubhouse by one of the genuine
Southern suppers for which Eastlake
is famous, and which included a huge
three-tiered cake with candles and
all sorts of "fixins," built by Mrs.
James E. Klock. Dr. Klock paid a
most gracious and tender tribute to
the honored guest of the eveningj
whose health everybody drank in the
sparkling water of Lake Weir or in
delicious amber coffee. "Uncle Jim Jimmie"
mie" Jimmie" responded feelingly, deeply
touched by the thoughtful affection
shown him. Forty-five years of life
in Eastlake, which, by the way, he
named and named one word, not two,
make Mr. Josslyn the oldest citizen
in the place, not only in years but in
length of residence. His heart i3
young, and his keen interest in every everybody
body everybody and everything, his genial man
ner and unaffected enjoyment in all
that occurs in his beloved Eastlake,
waken a reciprocal feeling of love and
admiration in the hearts of young and
old.
The two brothers, J. R. and C. L.
Josslyn of Brookfield, Mass., decided
they would like to live in Florida, hay haying
ing haying heard from returning travelers
much of its wonderful beauties and
unusual possibilities for advancement
for young, active men. So they came
by boat to Jacksonville, then up the
Oklawaha river to Silver Springs
with the intention of locating in Lee.3 Lee.3-burg
burg Lee.3-burg where they had acquaintances.
Not being able to hire a conveyance
they were obliged to walk from Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, and brought up, March
12, 1875. on the west side of Lake
Weir where Captain John L. Carney
of Murfreesboro, Tenn., had taken up
a homestead claim in the fall of 1873
where the property of the Carney In Investment
vestment Investment Company now lies. Besides
the Carneys, the only other people
around the lake at that time were Dr.
Jefferson Myers of South Carolina,
who was located near the Carney
place, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles" R.
Porter, living at South Lake. After
spending the night at the hospitable
home of Captain Carney the Josslyn
boys trekked to Leesburg where they
were cordially welcomed and offered
all sorts of inducements to remain.
"But," said Uncle Jimmie, "we had
seen Lake Weir, and nothing else
would do!"
So back they came to the lake,
built a log cabin on the bluff where
Eastlake now stands, homesteaded
160 acres, and later took up several
other claims in the region, being five
miles in any direction from a neigh
bor. After awhile others joined, the
Josslyns, among them George E. Snow
of Charlton, Mass., to whom Mr.
Josslyn sold very soon a lot of six
acres, the first lot ever sold on Lake
Weir.
In 1879 Uncle Jimmie moved from
the log cabin and built the north part
of the big house on the bluff now
owned by the Eastlake Investment
Company. He sold the place in 1882
to Samuel Hodson of Meredith, N. H.,
who operated the house as a hotel
under the management of a Mr. Kroll
of East Saginaw, Mich. Frank E.
Carpenter, now living in Eastlake,
also ran the place as a hostelry, and
was followed by others. Mr. Snow
bought the property on a mortgage

and sold it in 1915 to the Eastlake
Investment Company, its present
owner.
Mr. Josslyn, hale and hearty, and

Size of the Appropriation for Our
Fighting Ships is Not Yet
Settled

Washington, April 10 (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press.) A fight over the
naval appropriation bill is presaged
by a vigorous attack on the measure
in the minority report signed by five
republicans and one democrat, and is
expected to begin in the House today,
following a formal presentation of
the minority's views.
DIGGING FOR MORE DOLLARS
WTashingt ii 10. Whiki still i
trying to sr ;e tin mystery of 10,000
in five'doll bills i rned over to them
by a boat lan who found the money
floating i:; the Potomac river Friday,
department of justke agents spent
yesterday digging at various places
in the viciniiy of the bureau of en engraving.
graving. engraving. Wheth" they had definite
clues that the money was stolen from
the bureau nearby could not be learn learned.
ed. learned. COPYRIGHTS CIJT NO ICE
Manufacturers cannot enforce con
tracts under which dealers had agreed
exclusively to handle their copyright
ed products, the supreme court today
held in a case brought by the Stand Standard
ard Standard Fashion Company against the
McCrane Houston Company, of Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. I WANT SOME MONEY
TO BUY HYMNBOOKS
I want twenty-five dollars to buy
hymnbooks for the girls of the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School. At least I wanted twenty-five
dollars this morning. Since
then I have collected $9.50. So I only
want $15.50, which you, my kind
readers, will please hand we as soon
as you see me. If I see you first I
will ask you for it.
There is a nice little Sunday school
out at the Industrial School. It is
held about four o'clock every Sunday
afternoon. Four good Christians Christians-Revs.
Revs. Christians-Revs. Collins and Trout, Messrs. M.
M. Little and N. A. Russell, take a
time about conducting the school.
Generally a few friends also attend.
It is a great pleasure and help to the
girls. They were supplied with
hymnbooks about three years ago,
and have about sung them to piece-?,
for they use them rot only in Sunday
school, but oft'-n when they have time
to sing in the evening when their stud
ies and work are over. So the books
are pretty well worn out. it should be
our pleasure to give the school a new
supply.
As aforesaid. I wanted $25 this
morning. I started out on my regular
work with the collection as a side sideline.
line. sideline. I put in no extra time, except
about two minutes per victim, to hold
him up, demand his money, stick it in
my pocket and write his name in my
memorandum book. The contributors
up to 1 p. m. were:
Geo. L. Taylor, .25; Sheriff Thomas,
.50; Circuit Clerk Lancaster, .25; W.
W. Clyatt, .25; E. A. Osborne, .50; C.
C. Bennett, .50; L. T. Izlar, $1; Edwin
S. Gernant, .50; Louis Duval, .50;
Roger Dodd, .25; J. H. Therrell, .25;
J. H. Benjamin, $1; F. E. McClana,
.25; W. J. Thomas, .25; Cash, .50; L.
T. Helvenston, .50; Ben Rheinauer,
.50; Mack Taylor, SI; John Taylor,
.50; L. P. WTilson, .25; R. C. Camp, $1.
Come in, all you saints and sinners,
and help me out on this. jhb
looking to be about 65, can reel off
fascinating stories by the hour of his
pioneer experiences in these parts
of deer, turkey, bears, panthers, wild wildcats,
cats, wildcats, 'possums and all sorts of game
and birds, thick as peas in a pod.
Once he shet two deer feeding in his
back yard. The beautiful citrus grove
known as the "Nineteen Acre Grove,"
on the Dixie Highway, the "Hough "Houghton
ton "Houghton Grove," and most of the other
groves owned by the Eastlake Invest Investment
ment Investment Company were set out by him,
as well as the beautiful great oaks
in front of his present home on the
main road, "Oak Knoll." Uncle Jim Jimmie
mie Jimmie is confident that, even though the
capital mar not be moved to the
beautiful shores of Lake Weir, the
Eastlake which- he founded, whose
growth he has' watched with keenest
interest, and whose every stick and
stone he loved will one day be a flour flourishing
ishing flourishing and copular all-year-round re resort,
sort, resort, which it gives ample promise of
becoming. All hail and long life to
"Uncle Jimm'V Josslyn, Eastlake's
most popular citizen!
Every one is cordially invited to at attend
tend attend the B U E F social given under
the auspices of the W. C. T. U., Tues-
' day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home
J of Mrs. T. M. Moore on Fort King
J avenue. An interesting musical pro program
gram program will be given.

Army Com Beef Hash at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-3t

Question of Authority Between the
Controller and Circuit Judge At
West Palm Beach

(Associated Press)
Palatka, April 10. Assistant At Attorney
torney Attorney General Gaines left here last
night for West Palm Beach in con connection
nection connection with the closing of the State
Bank of Fellsmere. A conflict in au authority
thority authority has developed. The controller,
under the law, the only one to name a
receiver, appointed one. Circuit Judge
Davis at West Palm Beach also ap appointed
pointed appointed one and the examiner in
charge of the bank wired the control controller
ler controller Saturday that Judge Davis' ap appointee
pointee appointee had demanded the keys to the
bank. The examiner refused to reply.
The bank is reported to have been
forcibly entered. Gaines arrived in
West Palm Beach this morning to ask
Judge Davis to vacate his order ap appointing
pointing appointing a receiver, citing his lack of
jurisdiction. If Judge Davis refuses
the assistant attorney general will ao ao-peal
peal ao-peal to the supreme court for a quo
warranto.
'GATORS FRESHMEN ELEVEN
WILL PLAY STRONG TEAMS
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, April 10. The Baby
'Gators, or the University of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's freshmen football eleven has a
schedule for next fall which calls for
seven games with yearling elevens of
some of the strongest colleges in the
South and one game with the Prince Princeton
ton Princeton freshmen, which has been tenta tentatively
tively tentatively agreed upon for Nov. 30. All
of the "Baby" games will be played in
Gainesville and Jacksonville.
The schedule follows:
October 14 Oglethorpe at Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. October 21 Vanderbilt at Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. November 4 North Carolina at
Jacksonville.
November 11 South Carolina at
Gainesville.
November 18 Alabama at Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. November 25 Georgia at Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. November 30 Princeton at Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville (tentative).
PREVATT SWUNG
A WICKED tJLN
Tampa, April 10. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Harvey Prevatt, an
electrician of St. Petersburg, shot and
killed Steward Austin of this city, a
young sailor attached to the United
States steamship Benham stationed at
Key West; seriously wounded Amado
Valenbuelo of Key West, and shot
himself dead, aboard the Penninsular
& Ocicdental steamship, Cuba, yester
day morning just after the vessel had
passed Mullet Key at the mouth of
Tampa bay en route to Port Tampa.
ARTHUR C. BURCH
ON TRIAL AGAIN
(Associated Press)
Los Angeles, April 10. The second
trial of Arthur C. Burch for the mur murder
der murder of J. Belton Kennedy began today,
We are showing a complete line of
the latest novelties in bathing caps.
Bitting & Phillips Drugstore. 7-3t
All kinds of fancy bathing caps just
received at Bitting & Phillips Drug
Store, west of square. 7-3t
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

Stereopticon Lecture

Place: Presbyterian Church
Day: Monday Evening, April 10
Hour: Eight O'clock Sharp
Speaker: Rev. H. M. Washburn,
Bulape, Africa
The Public Most Cordially Invited to Come

Evil Spirit of Ireland Yet Able To
Lead His Numerous Dupes
Astray

Dublin, April 10. (By Associated
Press). A statement by the Irish re republican
publican republican publicity department today
contradicted rumors that Eamon dc
Valera was deposed as leader of the
republicans at a setcret meeting of
the Irish republican army in Dublin
yesterday.
BATTLE AT BROADFORD
London, April 10. (By Associated
Press). The police barracks at
Broadford, County Clare, occupied by
official Irish republican army units,
were attacked this morning, says a
Limerick dispatch. The opposing
forces exchanged fire for a consider considerable
able considerable time, the besieged men refusing
to surrender. Capt. William O'Brien,
in charge of the units in the barracks,
was fatally wounded. No other de details
tails details are available.
DECISION DELAYED
West Palm Beach, April 10. Judge
Davis said at noon he. had not seen
Mr. Gaines but heard he was in town.
The judge said he would not give
final decision on the receivership
matter until after further delibera deliberation,
tion, deliberation, j
COLLINS FEARS CIVIL WAR
Dublin, April 10. (By the Asso
ciated Press). In a speech delivered
at Wexford yesterday, Michael Col Collins,
lins, Collins, head of the provisional govern
ment, declared that unless there was
an immediate change in the tone of
the tactics of the people, "it looks a3
if civil war can only be averted by a
miracle." Mr. Collins added that in
such a contingency there was little
doubt the British would return to re restore
store restore the order which the Irish would
have shown themselves unable to pre preserve.
serve. preserve. RED HAIR AND BIG
EARS FOR THE RADIO
New York, April 10. Red hair and
large ears, instead of being a draw drawback,
back, drawback, are an" asset that is, if young
men thus equipped desire to become
wireless operators.
This was made known yesterday in
connection with a call for 150 to at attend
tend attend a naval militia radio school
when naval recruiting officers said
applicants so qualified were especially
desired.
Red hair is an aid to alertness, it
was said, while ample ears aid in tun tuning
ing tuning the instruments. The school open
to civilians, starts tomorrow night
aboard the United States ship Illinois,
training ship for the first battalion
naval militia.
A GE?ERAL STRIKE
THRUOUT PORTUGAL
Lisbon, April 10. A general strike
has been declared thorughout Portu Portugal
gal Portugal in protest against the arrest of
120 syndicalists.
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
Ii youTI try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that youll be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
See our new White Kid Cleopatra
Sandals. All sizes and widths. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company. T.
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf

It Will Take Almost a Year to Put
The Leviathan in Shape To
Go to Sea

(Associated Press)
Newport News, April 10. The Le Leviathan
viathan Leviathan docked at the plant of the
Newport News Ship Building and
Drydock Company this morning for
overhauling and reconditioning. The
work will require ten months or a year
and the employment of eight hundred
or more men laid off when battleship
building ceased under terms of the
disarmament agreement.
SLUAUGHTERED BY
EXPLOSION IN SILESIA
(Associated Press )
Berlin, April 10. (By Associated
Press) Twenty-three French soldiers
and one German foreman are now re reported
ported reported killed and ten others injured
by the explosion yesterday at the
Huetten smelting works near Gleivitz,
Upper Silesia. Tremendous excite excitement
ment excitement is reported at the scene with the
expectation that martial law will be
proclaimed.
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 3-St
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading: are as
follows: Maximum of six liues one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month 13.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising- accounts.
FOR RENT Apartment, six rooms
and two sleeping poTches, furnished
or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. H.
H, Harold or Mrs. J. W. Dumas, tf
RADIATOR REPAIRING Let me
fix that leaky radiator. Expert
workmen. Work guaranteed. Fen Fender
der Fender and body work a speciality. All
kinds of soldering. Auto Radiator
Repair Shop, 121 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, Ocala. 10-t5
LOST Lsat Saturday, a foutain pen.
Silver filigree trimmed. Return to
Star office and receive reward. 7-3t
WANTED Log contractors to houl
20,000 feet per day of hardwood
timber. Short haul. Regular work.
Thirty million feet of timber. Come
and see or write. Palatka Hard Hardwood
wood Hardwood Mill Co., Palatka, Fla. 7-3t
FOR SALE Practically new $125
phonograph with 34 records. Best
cash offer takes it. Apply at 120
N. Sanchez street. 7-3t
FOR SALE Maxwell ton and a half
truck; five cord tires, first class me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. If sold within
next three days will sacrifice -for
$375 cash. J. D. McCaskill, Box 356,
Ocala, Fla. 7-3t
FOR RENT One, two or three rooms
nicely furnished for light house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; all modern conveniences.
212 Orange avenue. 4-tf
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
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN 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
ranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave
nue. 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 in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern government
ment government inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, ?1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
$1.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato plants, $1.25 per 1000, f. o.
b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner, 76 Wyo-
mina SW 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-,
lishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf

At Eight O'clock at the Courthouse
To Form a Branch of the Ameri American
can American Automobile Association

At a meeting in the courthouse to-
to. ..ww vuvo, surps wiu ce uiten
to organize a Marion county branch
of the American Automobile Assoc ia- 1
tion. Such a local organization would
become a part of the largest and most
important automobile organization in
the United States. Probably no other
organization in the country is in
closer touch with the automobile and
good roads situation, or offers more
real benefits to the automobile owner
and tourist. Mr. C O'Connor, field
secretary of the A. A. A, will address
tonight's meeting. There will be rep representatives
resentatives representatives at the meetings from a
number of Florida cities and towns
interested in the early completion of
state road No. 2 as other state high highways
ways highways into Florida.
Automobile owners are especially
urged to be present at the meeting.
It is a meeting of interest also to the
various automobile businesses and to
the hotels and boarding houses.
At present Ocala- and Marion coun county
ty county are without an active motor club.
T. 1 J 1 J?
ii wuuiu pruuauiy oe uixucuit to revive
the Ocala Motor Clubj because of the
nnfnrtnniit. tnrn ef affmirm it
Florida State Automobile Association.
There are a number of associations
advocating and promoting particular
routes into Florida. These organiza organizations
tions organizations are of a particular and not a
general nature. It is believed that
support should be given to some or organization
ganization organization covering the entire field,
thus avoiding a multiplicity of special
routes, rotue associations, guides,
overhead expenses and other wasteful
and confusing results.
Those interested in automobiles and
in better highways and in road infor information
mation information are urged to attend tonight's
meeting to hear from Mr. O'Connor
what the American Automobile Asso Association
ciation Association ahs to offer.
CITIZENS MILITARY v
TRAINING CAMPS
"TO BE CONTINUED
The war department is preparing
to continue the series of citizens' mil
itary training camps commenced last
year, by offering training in the more
advanced courses, the white and bine,
in addition to the red or elementary -course
offered last year. The purpose
of the white course is to prepare
graduates or the red course ana espe especially
cially especially selected applicants of military
experience equivalent to that gained
in attendance at a red camp for war warrants
rants warrants as non-commissioned, officers tf
the organized reserve and the Na National
tional National Guard. The blue course Is to
prepare graduates of the white camp
and specially selected applicants of
military experience equal to that
gained by attendance at the red and
white camps for commission as offi officers
cers officers in the organized reserve or Na National
tional National Guard. The educational re requirement
quirement requirement for admission to the
white course, is graduation frooi
grammar school, and for the -" blue,
graduation from high schooL
In the Fourth Corps Area, compris comprising
ing comprising the states of Georgia, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee,
Florida, Mississippi, Alabama and
Louisiana, it is planned to hold camps
ii i a. r ti
in an inree courses aw utmp iicjiei-
lan, Anniston, Ala., for infantry, cav cavalry,
alry, cavalry, field artillery and enginers. A
camn for the coast artillerv will be
held at Fort Barrancas, Pensacola,
Fla.' The combined camps will be
about three times the size of the
camp held last year at Camp Jackson,
S. C, providing congressional appro appropriations
priations appropriations permit.
The active recruiting for these
camps began April 1st and from the
headquarters, Fourth Corps Area,
Fort McPherson, Ga,, it is announced
that about half the proposed attend attendance
ance attendance is already assured thru the de desire
sire desire of those attending last year to
continue their military studies by
taking the white rourse this year, and
the wish of disappointed candidates
for last year's camp to attend the red
course this year. It will be the pcli?y
to admit applicants of last year's
camp who are qualified, but were not
seletced, due to limited appropria appropriations,
tions, appropriations, last year.
The age limits for the year of 1922
are 17 to 25 for the red course, 18 to
26 for the white course and 19 to 2?
for the blue course. These limits can
only be waived in eases of men who
served in the world war, who may Ve
admitted to whatever camp for which
they are qualified, is not over 35 years
of age, and in cases of men who com completed
pleted completed the red course last year. Ap Applications
plications Applications from Florida will be receiv received
ed received at Headquarters, 82nd f Division,
Organized Reserve 1202 Main St,
Columbia, .SC. Applications may be
obtained from the office indicated by
mail, "or by applying in person.



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who reaching home shortly after
eight o'clock, and finding the erron erroneous
eous erroneous dispatch in the Star, called up
the A. P. office in Jacksonville and in informed
formed informed it of the fake, in time to
keep it out of the morning papers.
One of the larger papers of the state
the Times-Union, we think, but ar
not certain said Tallahassee was in in-tetested
tetested in-tetested in capital removal to the ex extent
tent extent of keeping a representative at
the meetings. If Mr. Appleyard is
Tallahassee's representative, that

town had better call him in. It looks j
like he had intentionally misled the;
Orlando A. P. man, and if he did so

he committed a most unworthy act.

federal judgeship added to the south southern
ern southern district of Florida. It has been
well known for years that the judge
of this district has been greatly over overworked,
worked, overworked, and altho' the office will prob probably
ably probably put another republican on the
roll it will give considerable relief to
the people.

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Women, like men, have a right to
smoke, but, even more than men, they
are damphools if they do.

The politicians are trying to romp
on President Harding because he had
a number of the employes of the gov government
ernment government printing office discharged.
He said he did it to reduce expenses
and we daresay he told the truth. The
government printing office is lousy
with unnecessary employes, appoin: appoin:-ed
ed appoin:-ed thru the influence of senators and
representatives. We have known men
who couldn't hold cases on a second second-class
class second-class paper given jobs in the govern government
ment government printing office because they had
friends with political pull. We sup suppose
pose suppose the public printshop is pretty
well stocked up with unnecessary
democrats, and w? have no objection
to them being fired if they are not
replaced with unnecessary republicans.

The Episcopalians are planning to
drop the word "obey" from their
marriage service, but we hope that
no nice Episcopalian girl will put ofi
her wedding on that account.
A circular from Boston informs us
that April 24-30 will be "Kind to
Animals Week." With the exception
of bedbugs, we are kind to animals
fifty-two weeks in the year.

Candidates for Marion county com commissioners
missioners commissioners are now making their ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. It is certain that the people
want successful business men who
will run the county affairs as they do
their own business. Let either the
Marion county democratic committee
or Marion County Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce arrange for a 'caucus composed
of delegates from each district and
select the candidates. Summerfield
Chronicle.
Let's not. The executive committee
has no legal right to call a caucus and
candidates selected by a caucus called
by the Chamber of Commerce would
be defeated.

And now Jimmy Cox says that thu
business slump was due to Amerind's
failure to join the League of Nations.
Some good friend of Jimmy's shouid
have slapped a sticking plaster on his
mouth immediately after election.

Frank Pulver has been re-elected,
by a good-sized majority, mayor uf
St. Petersburg, over Noel A. Mitchell
and another candidate. This last de defeat
feat defeat eliminates, we hope, Noel A.
Mitchell from Florida politics.

Thorn of the Kissimmee Valley Ga Gazette
zette Gazette says automobile liars are great greater
er greater and more numerous than fish liars.
If this be so, it will be in order to re replace
place replace the old saying, "That sounds
fishy' with "That sounds gassy."

State Equalizer Dawson has re requested
quested requested most of the counties to in increase
crease increase their assessments. His order
on Marion is $900,000. It's the tsar's
opinion that Mr. Dawson has bitten
off more than he can chew.

The British lion is keeping close
watch over its restless cubs. Tampa
Times.
Some of those cubs had worn their
fangs to the gums before the British
lion was born.

Every time some folks see a news newspaper
paper newspaper man reading a newspaper othr
than his own they think he is look looking
ing looking for something to "swipe." Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis.

No sensible newspaper man waste
his time looking at a paper that he

thinks has nothing worth swiping

in it.

That "bomb" message about Tom

Appleyard, sent out from Orlando

last Wednesday, has been explained

It seems that Appleyard told the As

sociated Press man in Orlando that

he was going to "throw his bomo

into the capital removal meeting, and
the correspondent, not supposing that

Appleyard would fail to keep his
word, wired it in. But Appleyard did

not make any such speech; in fact, it

he was in the meeting at all, he was

not seen by several people here, who

know him well. The fake was discov

ered by the Ocala A. P. correspondent,

UNCLE HANK

Editor Benjamin called at our of office
fice office yesterday, while he was here to
help move the capital. He thought
he had met us in Ocala, but he hadn't;
it was our twin buddy. We always
wanted to meet the witty editor of
the Star, and now that we have, wo
can't say we are a bit disappointed.
Orlando Reporter-Star.
Must not have expected to see
much.

The Plant City Courier says: "The

capital removalists acted wisely in

selecting Hon. Geo. H. Wilder, of
Plant City, president of the organiza

tion. Plant City is not a candidate

for state capital honors, but our peo

ple are interested in the matter. It

is not necessary to say that Mr. Wil Wilder
der Wilder will see that every community in

terested will receive equal treatment
so far as he has to do with it."

The Wauchula Advocate releases

the following chunk of wisdom:
'"Tis said that a man is as old as he
feels and a woman as old as she looks.
We would rather believe that a man
is as old as he thinks. If he thinks in

the past and cannot see anything
good in new methods, advancement
and progress, he has fallen in the

class of has-beens, no matter how old

or how young he may be in years."

The Star highly approves the selec

tion of Mr. George H. Wilder of Plant

City as president of the Capital Re

moval Association, and would be glad
to see the energetic J. V. Hart of Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka continue as secretary.

The Ocala Star, having misunder

stood the Tribune's suggested pri

mary for capital removal, like the five

peas in the pod, thought all the

world was green. Tampa Tribune.

Wrong, contemporary. The Star

thought the Tribune was green.

We believe in the unwritten law,
when it is justly applied, but the
story told by Jean P. Day and his
wife, at Oklahoma City, in explan explanation
ation explanation of the killing by Day of Lieut. Lieut.-Col.
Col. Lieut.-Col. Paul Ward Beck, reads to us very
much like a made-up lie and poorly
made up at that. The coroner's jury
turned Day loose, but if they believed
the evidence they must have been of
limited mental capacity.

BOYS, READ THIS

Joe Earman, municipal judge of
West Palm Beach, is stacking up
quite a reputation as a Solomon, and
it is extending over the state. An
Ocala traveling man who got into
Joe's court a few days ago, has been
praising him to the Star for the jus justice
tice justice and moderation with which his
case was handled.

About twenty-seven years ago thers
lived in Ocala a poor orphan bof
whom hard necessity forced to unre unremitting
mitting unremitting toil. All games, sports ani
amusements were denied to him whoso
meager earnings were hardly surii surii-cient
cient surii-cient to supply his daily needs for
food and raiment. He was blessed
with a vigorous mind and body and
a fixed determination to surmount
through individual effort all obstacle obstacle-imposed
imposed obstacle-imposed upon him by poverty. Far

t into the still watches of the night

pored over his books and rose with
cheerful heart to meet each busy day.
Now; more than a quarter of a cen century
tury century has elapsed since the lure of op opportunity
portunity opportunity led him away from among
us, and few of our people would gre-t
him today but as a stranger in a
strange land.
This boy is now one of the big nv:-:i
in the second city of our nation, an i
I need hardly tell you is an orator f t
national reputation, for I take liberty
to quote to you a part of his recent
letter to me, his almost forgotten
friend.
Boys, here are his words:
"I have been on a far quest since

my Ocala days. Alaska and the la

frontier in the wildest days of th

Klondike gold rush; Russia, red with
the flaming fire of the most funda fundamental
mental fundamental revolution of history, are thi thi-mountain
mountain thi-mountain peaks of experience in a
quarter of a century of action and en endeavor
deavor endeavor that have carried me twice
r.round the world.
"From a job in Ocala, Florida, at
sweeping a store and weighing nails
at $10 per week, to making terms with
Nikolai Lenine for the allied nationals
in Russia in the high court of the
czars in Kremlin of the holy city of
Moscow is a far cry.
"Perhaps the most extraordinary
facts of my personal experience are
that I should have known intimate!
Theodore Roosevelt and Nicolai L?-

.. nine. They are the two most vital
! personalties that I have known,
j Each in his own way dominated hi?
! own land and forced his personality

j upon the consciousness of. mankind
(Evening Star April 10, 1902) "around the globe. It would not sur sur-Miss
Miss sur-Miss Pearl Nash of Tampa is visit- P"se me if Lenine should live through
ing her sister, Mrs. Clarence Neely. more centuries in. the historic thonght
The piano recital which will be of humanity in civilizations yet un-

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The state press association is meet meeting
ing meeting at Daytona today. We trust for
safety sake Fitzgerald has had all
those Amazonian women of the east
coast properly disarmed. Tampa
Tribune.
He may disarm them all he want3,
but he mustn't have the bathing beac'a
beauties dislegged.

Says the Winter Haven Chief:
"With George H. Wilder, leading the
capital removal hosts, there will be
something doing. George is a good
organizer and not many rats slip by
him while he is sleeping. Couldn't
have picked a better man."

Some folks say Marion county is
slow-poke, but it has never had to
cut its school terms short or pass the
hat to raise money to pay its school
teachers.

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church on Tuesday night promises to

be a treat. Miss Addie Hansborough

Panama canal.
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of Leesburg, who recites beautifully, that the great destroyers have many
will o-iv "Th Other Wise Man." bv times ranked above the great builders.

Henry Van Dyke. m making an impress upon the per-
H. L. Anderson-is erecting another j manent thought of the race. Lucifei j
two-story frame building on the cor-j is remembered when the better angels ;
ner of the lot near the laundry. The are forgot. Who remembers the builder j
ntom rr ctnroo ami of the temole of Ephesus? Eut many; ".v.

i,j can tell the name of him who fired

President Jake Brown of the Ocala the Epesian dome."

Board of Trade desires the citizens
who have new ideas as to the Fourth
of July celebration to present them,
as this year it is decreed Ocala is to
have the biggest Fourth of her history.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
Miss Ida Gates left yesterday for
Gainesville to visit her cousin.
Mr. Donald Fraser of Spartanburg,
S. C, is expected to arrive in Ocala
Wednesday to accept the position a3
assistant manager and general office
man of the Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company
Mr. William Wolff is in Hot
Springs.
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox has re returned
turned returned from a visit to her brother in
Jacksonville.

NOTICE

Boys, be not discouraged, for -he j
door of opportunity is before each of i ill
you; and, you, by honesty, toil and j ij
thrift, may gain the key which un- j .vS
locks it. The treasures hidden behind j ?fc

that door are but reserved for thos
who seek them.
Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.
Ocala, Fla., April 7, 1922.

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Truly, the Florida Post continues a

great paper. Wauchula Advocate.

We haven't seen it. Is it well

Posted ?

After a hard fight with the penny penny-wise,
wise, penny-wise, pound-foolishers, Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher has succeeded in having another

Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala will at
the meeting thereof to be held in the
city hall on the 2nd day of May, A.
D. 1922, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock
p. m consider bids for the construc construction
tion construction of sidewalks and curbs in said

city as follows: m

On Main street approximately ux j
square yards of sidewalk. j
On Sanchez street approximately I
886 square yards of sidewalk and ap- j
proximately 3374 lineal feet of curb.
The details, location and specifica specifications
tions specifications for said sidewalk and curb being
now on file in the city clerk's office
of said city. All bids shall be sealed j
and shall be filed with the clerk of the :
city of Ocala five days before the ;
said meeting of the city council.
This 27th day of March, A. D. 1922.
H. C. Sistrunk,
Mch 27-Apr 3 7 10 17 24 City Clerk.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1922

HARRIET
and the
PIPER
Kathleen Norris
Illustrations by
Irwin Myers

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Copyright by Kathtem Norria
Sm.'Aj, ilainma!" Ward Bald. Har Harriet
riet Harriet laughed, as she poshed away the
filial arm. Hardly knowing what she
eald or did she made her way to the,
house, and up to her own room.
But here, In Nina's room, were Nina
and Mrs. Tabor, and from their eyes,
as she came In, she knew that they
knew. Nina got up, and came for forward
ward forward with a sort of sulky gracious gracious-ness.
ness. gracious-ness. "I hope you'll be very happy, Miss
Harriet I suppose I oughtn't to call
you Miss Harriet any more," Nina
juid, with an effort to smile that Har Harriet
riet Harriet thought quite ghastly. She gave
Harriet one of her big hands, and hesi hesitated
tated hesitated over a kiss. But they did not
kiss each other.
At luncheon everything was exactly
as usual ; Richard had gone to the
city, not to return for a night or two.
and' several social engagements dis distracted
tracted distracted the young people from the con contemplation
templation contemplation of their father's affairs.
Harriet had not dared to hope that
they would accept the situation so
quietly, or that the world would.
There were callers on the terrace
every afternoon, there were pleasant
congratulations and good wishes,
there were a few paragraphs in the
social weeklies. Richard had for
years been too busy for mere enter entertaining,
taining, entertaining, and the dinner parties and
luncheons to the new Mrs. Carter, It
was generally felt, must wait until
next season.
To glance at the gold ring on her
finger made Harriet feel as If a hap happiness
piness happiness almost shameful was bared to
view. Her new position, modest y as
she filled it, was yet a high position.
She saw Richard's growing affection"
and trust, if he did not. She could
afford to wait.
"But when are you and Dick Carter
going to dine with us?" Mary Putnam
said, one afternoon, at tea. Madame
Carter, whose Victorian Ideal of ro romance
mance romance was not at all dissatisfied with
the Idea of the employer marrying his
daughter's beautiful governess, smiled
significantly.
"They're very odd lovers, my detr,"
she said to Mary with an eloquent
glance. Mary laughed, and looked at
Harriet, whose face was suddenly
crimson, though she tried to laugh,
too. The visitor, with instant kind kindness,
ness, kindness, covered the littJe break.
"Whenever they're ready, they're
going to dine with me !" she said, pat patting
ting patting Harriet's hand with real affection
, and understanding. But Mary was free
to reflect. She had the eyes of a con
tented woman, freed from her own
problem for those of others. "And Har Harriet
riet Harriet Is certainly mad about Richard,"
Mary mused.
But with the rest of the world she
had to decide that there was something
In the affair that she did hot under understand.
stand. understand. When everyone else had gone from
the terrace, and the late afternoon
light was throwing clear shadows
across the warm red bricks, Nina and
Ida Tabor remained, talking. "And
now we positively must go In, Ninal"
Ida said. "We've wasted this whole
afternoon! I have to get packed If
I'm going to the Jays'!"
"But you're not going to the Jays !"
Nina said In soft, sweet, confident re reminder.
minder. reminder. "But I must, darling V
"No, you mustn't!"
"But, dearest, I truly have to"
'"But, Ladybird," Nina laughed hap happily,
pily, happily, "I sent them a message this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon that you were staying with
me! So now," she finished trium triumphantly,
phantly, triumphantly, "that's settled And we'll go to
bed early, with books, and talk, and
maybe creep down for something to
eat about eleven, as we did that other
night"
"Nina," Mrs. Tabor said, in a new
voice, Interrupting her, "you didn't tel telephone
ephone telephone Mrs. Jay, did you?"
"Indeed I did!"
"Well, then, you were extremely Im Impertinent
pertinent Impertinent and officious," said a new
roice, that Nina hardly recognized.
Poor Nina! Harriet found her sob sobbing
bing sobbing on her bed, half an hour later,
and took It for a sign that the wound
would cure, that Nina did not resent
her sympathy and comfort. Nina was
till heaving with deep sobs, albeit
taking steps toward a hot bath and a
becoming gown, when Ida went away.
Her farewells were made only to the
composed interloper, who went with
her pleasantly to the hall door, and
turned back with some remark for
Bottomley that was in the perfect tone
of the mistress. Ida's heart was hot
within her as she looked her last at
Crownlands, in the mellow light of the
summer twilight.
CHAPTER XIII.
Royal Blondin presently came to pay
hla respects to Harriet in her changed
position. Nina had told her that he
had been forbidden the .house, in De-
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.

cemoer; tEey -had seen him only two or
three times since their return from
Bermuda, and then accidentally. Har Harriet
riet Harriet was thankful to believe the a;Tu!r
between him and Nina well over. The
girl was growing up now, there were
other men In her world, and for the

list of her eighteenth birthday party i
she had merely mentioned his name j
among others. j
Three days before the garden party j
that was to mark the girl's anniversary j
Royal drifted In with the assurance j
that was. quite characteristic of him.
He rarely accepted an invitation, or j
waited for one. Perhaps he was clever j
enough to know that half his acquaint-
ances detested hira theoretically, but
were glad to have him about. Nina ;
and Harriet came In from an after- j
neon at the club to find him playing ;
with languid hands at the piano, and ;
he lazily rose to greet thern. While j
Nina was there, his attitude toward
both was pleasantly impersonal, but
his suggestion, which was more like a
command, that she run upstairs and
dress early, so that they might have
a talk before dinner, sent the girl fly flying,
ing, flying, and he and Harriet could speak
more freely.
"Well, Harriet, I congratulate you!
How does It feel to be a married wom woman?
an? woman? I saw your name In an evening
paper; of course I was delighted for
you."
"Money and position don't really
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mean much to me," Harriet said, unen unencouragingly.
couragingly. unencouragingly. "My first sensiitinn," Blondin went
on, "was one of satisfaction. I thought
to myself that my own cause. Mth
Nina, was safe now. That you trus.ed
me, and I had every reason to trust
you."
Harriet looked away for a br"ef
silence, brought her eyes to his face.
She felt suddenly sick.
"Hoy, you're not still serious about
Nina?" j
"I have never been anything else,"
he said, delicately.
"But but why?" Harriet as'red.
"I like the girl." he reminded her
pleasantly. "I hope she is not entire entirely
ly entirely indifferent to me
"Indifferent! She's at the age that
marries anybody!" Harriet said, Indig Indignantly.
nantly. Indignantly. "You give me hope," Royal said with
a bow.
"Her father very violently opposes
It" Harriet said, after a troubled
silence.
"I am well aware of that, my dear.
Her father forbade me the house last
December. I submitted; the girl sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. But we made our plans. I
fancy we will not have any difficulty
now."
"You mean that you are engaged?"
"An understanding. We have corre corresponded,
sponded, corresponded, seen each other now and then
through Ida Tabor. It's," he smiled,
dreamily, "extremely romantic, of
course," he said.
Harriet felt she could have killed
him.
"You understand that she won't
have xne penny, Hoy. I know her fa father.
ther. father. He won't yield. He'll forbid It ;
he'll not hesitate. If she does it
against his will, she will have to wait
three years for her money. Three
years! Roy, she wouldn't be happy
three weeks Mr. Carter spoke to me
about it the only time we've spoken of
you. He said that he was glad the
affair had ended naturally; that you
were not the man to make Nina happy,
and that he would rather have her suf suffer
fer suffer anything, and find out her mistake
at once, than have her heart broken,
and her money wasted, through sev several
eral several wretched years !"
Blondin had listened to this quietly,
his eyes moving from her lips to her
own earnest eyes, aud wandering over
her animated face.
"I count on you to be my advocate,
my dear Harriet," he said, after a mo moment's
ment's moment's silence. "Richard Carter be believes
lieves believes In you; he 1ms great faith in
jour judgment. If you represent to
him that you believe this to be a wise
step all round, we shall have no
further trouble
"I can't honestly tell him so, Roy!"
the girl interrupted.
"Can't you?" Blondin said. He
looked across the open hallway to
Nina, descending iu fresh rutSes and
ribbons, and raised his voice. "Here
she is looking like the very rose of
girls! Come on now, Nina, you aren't
going to belong to anybody else but
me for a while!" he said. But as he
turned to leave Harriet, he added
I again :
"Can't you? Think it over.
(Continued Torr.orrovr)
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OCALA EVENING STAB, BIONDAY, APRIL 10, 1922

EiMJOV A REAL HOLIDAY DINNER
ENJOY A HOLIDAY DINNER
at this restaurant an. Easter repast
which will be different from the usual
home meal and vet one that you, your
wife and your friends will thoroughly
enjoy. The freshest and best of foods,
well cooked and served. Everything
the best at
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
woA for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
OJ amf C ")e'ter you care or
your eyes the better
0. a your eyes will care for
'j.viv you.
DR.- K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Fytcialist
MxroKminoBBk
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Seem Heaaed tl 50 up. Cth connecBOA Convtnera w
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Are you able to enjoy your porch during the
bright sunny days of Spring and Summer?
Have you not often thought how much more
comfort and pleasure you would get out of
your home if you could use your porch
from early Spring until late Fall?
Vudor Porch Shades
are the embodyment of Comfort, Conven Convenience
ience Convenience and Appearance. And, best of all, the
new 1922 reduced prices bring them within
reach of all.
Call or phone for man to take measurement
and make estimate. No extra charge for
hanging.
GEO. MACKAY & CO.
Prepared to serve you with all seasonable merchandise

WE PACK OUR MAROCALA ICE CREAM

MARION COUNTY

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passengei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures put
Lshed as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lear
2:20 am
1:55 pm
4:17 pm
Arrive
2:10 ran
1:50 pm
3:50 pm
4:05 nj
1:35 azs
2:15 um
1:35 pm
4:05 pm
B. R.
Jacksonville-NTork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
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2:55 am
2:15 am
NTork-St Petrsbrg
Tampa
Tampa-Manatee
Tampa-St Petrsbrg
.:60 pm
4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Leav Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonviile-NTfork 2:33 ;jl
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsviile 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jkaonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
am St PetHbrty-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg -Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am "Uunneuon-vvucox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
t :30 pm Homoaassa 1:25 im
L0 :15 pm Leeslrcrg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wedneaday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
Largest and best assortment eve
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo
sitions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
With A Ventilator
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so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in fine condi-
tion until used. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies, churches and all
others using ice cream in quantity,
who want the best and purest and the
most efficient service. Special terms
upon request.
CREAMERY CO.

ocala Occurrences

If you have any local cr society
items for the Star, call five-one.
James Guynn of Ocala is the guest
of his sister, Mrs. J. J. Sykes. Calla
han notes in Times-Union.
Mrs. H. A. Waterman and little
daughter Valeta, have returned from
a pleasant visit to Mrs. Waterman'
sister, Mrs. Mallory Liddon, in Jack
sonville.
Complete assortment genuine Palm
Beach Suits, assorted patterns, $12.50.
Jos. Malever, Goldman's old stand, .f
Mrs. Wade Dumas, Mrs. Charles
Dumas, Mrs. Mamie Hall and Mrs.
Philip Murphy returned home Satur Saturday
day Saturday night from Gainesville, where
they attended the track meet.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn,
Misses Janet and Jessie Ray Culver Culver-house,
house, Culver-house, Bessie Culverhouse and Mr?.
Charles Flippen and little son motor motored
ed motored to. Daytona Saturday. Mrs. Flip Flip-pen
pen Flip-pen and son from there went on to
their home at Fort Lauderdale. Mr.
Blackburn and family returned to
Ocala Saturday iJght.
New assortment of styles, colors and
sizes in genuine Palm Beach Suits at
$ 12.50. Joseph Malever, Goldman's
old stand. 7-tf
Mrs. Phillip Murphy expects t
leave the latter part of this week for
Avon Park, where she will join Mr.
Murphy, and they expect to make
their home.
Mrs. G. A. Carmichael, who left
about ten days ago for Union
Springs Ala., called there on account
of the serious illness of her sister,
writes home that her sister is slightly
improved although still seriously ill.
Our EASTER CARDS are now on
display. Make your selection early
while the stock is complete. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-St
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Miss Eloise
Henry, Mrs. Bowlie and Mrs. Gouch
motored to Daytona this morning fv
a day's outing. The party expects t:
return tonight.
ine the winter at the home of Mr?. J.
W Dcvis, c:;pccts to leave Wednesday
foi- Atlanta.
Don't a?k your dealer for just
!road. Ask for FEDET5AL hrond
nnd vou'U eet. the best made. 21-tf
Mrs. S. L. Keeffe and Miss Mauri-?
Feeffe spent the latter part of last
week nt Wellborn. They retui-nt-l
!-".ome this afternoon.
Attend the Auction Sale, War War-mann's
mann's War-mann's Park, east Fcrt Kin?; Ave.,
Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m.
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
he sold for the high dollar. DITTO.
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t
Mr. Floyd Coleman, who has been
visiting at the home of Mrs. E. L.
Howell at Oak, will visit with Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman for a few days
before visiting friends in town.
New spring styles in White Kid
Sandals for particular women. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y.
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf
See our new assortment of men3
Palm Beach suits. All sizes anc
styles, $12.50. Joseph Malever, at
Goldman's old stand. 7-tf
After almost two weeks of illness,
Tax Collector Stripling was able to be
out today, tho' not strong enough to
do much work. George Looney and
Mrs. John Good are most efficiently
helping with the tax books.
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
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ocala, Fla., March 24, 1922.
Sealed proposals for improving or
constructing the following section of
road will be received by the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun
ty, Florida, at the office of the clerk
of Marion county, in Ocala, Fla., up to
12 o'clock m., on the 11th day of
April, 1922:
For approximately 140,000 square
yards of surfacing on a section of
Road No. 2 in Marion county, Florida,
between Belleview and Lake county
line, approximately 15 miles.
Alternate bids will be received on
bituminous macadam, bituminous con
crete and sheet asphalt, laid on either
concrete or crushed stone base, also
on plain cement concrete pavement.
i'lans and specifications may be ob obtained
tained obtained on application to the State
Road Department, at Tallahassee,
Florida, for the sum of three ($3.00)
dollars, or may be examined at the
office of the State Road Department,
at Tallahassee, Florida, or at the of office
fice office of the division engineer, Ocala,
Florida, or at the office of the clerk of
Marion county, Ocala, Florida.
A certified check or a bidder's bond,
executed by a bonding company au authorized
thorized authorized to do business in the state of
Florida, made payable to the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Board of County Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners of Marion county, in the sum
of fifteen thousand ($15,000.00) dol dollars,
lars, dollars, shall be submitted with each pro proposal.
posal. proposal. The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids, and also to select the
type of surface from among the alter alternate
nate alternate bids as above requested.
v R. B. Meffert,
Chairman Board of County Com Commissioners.
missioners. Commissioners. Mch 27-Apr 3-10

LITTLE MARIAN BYERS

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Byers sympathize with them in the
loss of their litle girl and only child
Marian, age two years and five
months, who died at 7 o'clock this
morning- after a week's illness, altho'
she wvLi not taken seriously ill until
during the night.
Mrs. Byers, formerly Miss Eunice
Bray, daughter of Mr. Will Bray of
this city, is well known in Ocala. For
a number of years before her mar-.:-ige
sht was in the Ocala telephone
exchange.
The funeral services will be held
in the morning at 10:30 from the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. W. S. Bray on Magnolia
street. Interment will be made in
Greenwood cemetery. Sam P. Pyles
& Company, funeral directors, have
-rrae of the arrangements.
Mis. T. C. Smith of Jacksonville
and Mrs. A. T. Stansell of Tampa,
sisters of Mrs. Byers, arrived this
afternoon, having been called here by
the death of their little niece.
Ladies' and men's bathing suits In
novelty weaves, all wool. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. tf
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fc4 and all this at an economical
cost.
Millions of women,
hotels, railroada, Dom-
ffii estic Science Teachers,
yi have been relying on it
for over 30 ysers Mac
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the world's l-.rgosf factories.
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A pound can of C:;".um-t contains full
i6 oz. Some bc'Snj? pcvJen come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you Ret a pound when you want it.
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THE TENT MEETINGS

Three large audiences were present
Sunday at the service now being
conducted by Evangelist A. B. Lips Lipscomb
comb Lipscomb of Nashville, Tenn., under the
tent at the corner of Osceola and
Broadway. Visiting delegations came
from Gainesville, Lecanto, Oxford,
Umatilla and other points. Mr. Lips
comb announced that there would be
a baptismal service on Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. His theme for tonight will be
'Vain and Foolish Questions," involv
ing the fate of the heathen who never
hear the gospel and those who pro
fess death-bed reepntence. J. P. Pre Pre-vatt
vatt Pre-vatt of Gainesville is conducting a
Bible story service and special song
drill for children beginning at 7:30 p.
m. daily. The meeting will continue
all the week and the public is invited
to every service. Seats are free and
no collection will be taken.
Reporter.
At the evening service at Grace
Episcopal church last night, the can cantata,
tata, cantata, "It is Finished," given by the
choir, was a musical treat which was
enjoyed by many. The cantata was n
story of the cross and was given a3
preparatory to holy week which lead3
to one of the largest and most joyful
of the church's seasons Eastej. The
music was beautiful, and the solo
parts taken by Miss Pearl Fausett,
Mr. Lester Lucas and Mr. Edwin Ger Ger-nant
nant Ger-nant were thoroughly enjoyed by alL
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-3t
All wool heavy weight white flannel
trousers, $7.50 and $8. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Cj. Y. M. B. O. D. 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
Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
tatte) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Liggett & Mjert Tobacco Co.
2 0 for 18c
0 for 9c
Vacuum tins
of 50 45c

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Having severed my connection with
the Bittings & Phillips drug store, I
am now located in my old stand at
430 North Magnolia street, near the
Union Station. Old friends and pat patrons,
rons, patrons, as well as new ones, will receive
the usual prompt attention at the
store, or by calling Phone 14.

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TAILORED AT FASHION PARK

, Most complete line of men's cloth clothing
ing clothing on the market loUay. Every gar garment
ment garment sold wiih a guarantee. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company, Y.
M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Ballard V Obelisk Flour at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-3t

LEFTWHC

. THE AUCTIONEER,
wiS! sen, for the highest dollar,
MY RErll :JENCE, INCLUDING
FOUR LOTS,
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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 so'd for the, high dollar. DITTO,
REAL ESTATE, LEFTWICH, AUC AUCTIONEER.
TIONEER. AUCTIONEER. 4-8-3t

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