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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA

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WEATHER FORECAST Local thunderehowers this afternoon, generally fair tonight and Wednesday TEMPERATURES This morning, 68; this afternoon, 88.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:02; Sets, 6:53. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1922 -YOLUM&TWENTY-EIGHT. "NOV 86
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"POLITICAL COII;
TAKE YOUR CHOICE

The, Inimitable Joe Earman Size3 Up
The Situation as it Now
Exists in Florida

(Tampa Tribune)
With the notation, "Released for
publication in the Tampa Morning
Tribune, Sunday morning, April 9,
1022," and the caption, "Political Con;
Take Your Choice," Joe L. Earman of
West Palm Beach, has forwarded the
following, in which he pays his re respects
spects respects to various prominent figures in
the political affairs of Florida and the
nation. Thus saith Joe:
"I thought I was out of politics.
"I am.
"I am not a candidate for office.
"I am not going to be.
"I have been a democrat all my life.
"I believe in white supremacy, and
therefore believe in a white primary,
and it should not be confined to twenty

per cent of the voters as is in demo democratic
cratic democratic primaries in some counties in
Florida.
"Notwithstanding this, I do not
want office, will continue to vote, have
my opinion and exercise citizenship.
'-Being without political ambition
and having had political experience,
can write this article without fear of
being politically punished or contra contradicted.
dicted. contradicted. "A few days ago I received a com communication
munication communication in a large envelope sent
by first-class mail, the postage being
16 cents, in which was enclosed a num number
ber number of petitions addressed to the Hon Honorable
orable Honorable William Jennings Bryan, Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Florida, requesting him to be become
come become a candidate for the United
States Senate from Florida, ard ask

ing me to circulate said petitions.
"This matter is a most serious one
for the people of Florida, but I am
of the opinion that it will not be so
considered by the democratic voters.
When I say that I do not believe the
democratic voters will seriously con consider
sider consider the matter, I mean that the
democrats will swallow the Honorable
Billie and elect him to the United
States Senate from Florida.
"I have had to cast my vote for
democratic electors whom I knew
v,were going to support the Honorable
Billie for president of the United

states, nut l am not o so Dec&use t
wanted to. So. I am between 'the devil
and the deep blue sea,' and it may be

that the wisest thing for me to do is
to follow the Crowd and vote for the
Honorable Billie like I have followed
the crowd in campaigns gone by.
Florida has been sorely afflicted
with confidence men who have com completely
pletely completely sold the people of Florida their
pchemes. When I was a boy and lived
with my parents in a small town in
the north central part of Florida, one
-w J m 1 a

day I saw a team" of four white horses

drawing a great, big vehicle drive up
in front of the court house square and
stop. A handsome young man jumped

out of this vehicle, placed a box at the
rear of same, mounted it and sung a
lot of songs, told some funny stories
and therefore gathered a large crowd

of citizens around him. When he had
finished, another man with a big musr

tache and long-tailed coat got up on

top of the box and proceeded to sell

to the crowd bottles of the remedy

known as wizard oil.

"After these confidence men had

finished selling this remedy to the
residents of the rural county seat
where I was raised, they moved on

southward

"A few years later this handsome

young man who sung the songs and

told the stories was elected to be gov governor
ernor governor of Florida. He was a relative
pf'the Honorable Billie.
"It is not particularly discreditable
Jq sing songs and sell wizard oil,
which has a pungent odor. I myself
have done things more reprehensible.
'After him came the Honorable Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon Bonaparte Broward. He told

the people of Florida a miserable story
of crop failure in Hamilton county
and terrifying tales of lawlessness
and violence committed on the high
seas by him against his government
during the Spanish-American war,
when he was skipper of the Three
Friends, and embellished his confi confidence
dence confidence scheme by relating wonderful
dreams in regard to the Everglades
of Florida. He sold his scheme to the
people of Florida, and his dreams of
the Everglades have not yet been
realized. However, it is thought they

will be if roads or transportation are

perfected in that section of the state.

"The latter part of the above para

graph is to save my hide and keep
the friendship of the Everglades lands

promoters residing in Palm Beach

county.

"Broward was governor. After him

there appeared among us a great, big

blundering character who laid before
the people of Florida an old Chinese

fable relative to three monkeys, and
he went about with these three mon monkeys
keys monkeys and sold himself to the good peo-

p!e of this state. He was governor;
my friend, Albert Waller Gilchrist.
"And after a time this good old :
state of ours was invaded from Ala-!
bama by a man named Sidney John- J
stone Catts, a character well known

to all, .who sold to the people of Flor-
ida religious prejudice, and made
threats of violence even to the extent
of the use of a shotgun on one of his
best friends, and be it remembered
that this is an incident that the people I
of Florida know all about, as the j
threat was published far and wide. He ;
was governor of Florida.'.
"Now, there comes from Nebraska
the Honorable Billie with long years
of democratic service, and his confi confidence
dence confidence schemes that he is now purpos purposing
ing purposing to sell to the people of Florida.
"He will offer to sell us prohibition.
We have already got it, without the
teeth of enforcement. But we will
buy it again.
"He will offer to sell us a disbelief
in the teachings of science and high
arts as they are taught in the higher
institutions of learning in Florida,
and we will buy it.
"He will offer to sell us his oppo opposition
sition opposition and antipathy to the tale of the
Darwinian monkey. I am afraid we

will buy it.
"He will make an issue on this ques question,
tion, question, cleverly bring before the people
the story of creation as taught in the
Bible, and tell us the great institu institutions
tions institutions that have been builded by the
people of Florida, largely through the
efforts of brilliant and dynamic Albert
Murphree and the gentle Edward
Conradi, are failures and that the
young men and women of Florida are
being taught to hate God. And I am
r.fraid we will buy it.'
"As I said in the "beginning, this is
a serious matter, but I am sure the

Florida democrats will not so consider

it.

"The Honorable Park Trammell is

something of a confidence man him

self. He hag never accomplished any

thing except to be elected to every
office he has sought, including clerk
and mayor of Lakeland, representa representative
tive representative and state senator from Polk coun county,
ty, county, attorney general and governor of
Florida, and United States senator

from Florida.

"His record in the United States

Senate is a record of votes. He casts

his vote or introduces some bill hat

he knows will not pass, and then m
terviews the newspaper men.

"In 1916 the Honorable Park sold

us the wonderful eloquence of Car
mack and Grady iq exchange for j

seat in the United States Senate,

when we could have bought his elo

quence at any book store for 75 cents.

"So, if the Honorable Billie runs

againts the Honorable Park, the peo

ple q Florida will have to choose be

tween two confidence men. The dif

ference that I see between the two

is this, Park just votes, and introduces

bills, Such things do not agitate or

disturb business. Billie might de

velop power enough to pass some foo

law that would disturb business. So

I think, though I am not yet fully de decided,
cided, decided, that I will cast my vote for the
Honorable Park for no other reason

than that he is absolutely incompe
tent. "Where is Perry Wall?

"It seems that he is asleep at the
switch, and sitting in at the political
faro layout overlooking a bet.
"Six years ago Perry got tangled
up in a three-cornered fight with Na Nathan
than Nathan Bryan and Park. Park mopped
up. Park, with the high office of
United States senator and its great
power, landed Nathan Bryan on the
bench of the United States circuit
court of appeals, which has life tenure
and is a better job than United States
senator.
"I understand Perry Wall is friend friendly
ly friendly to BUlie's' candidacy, but what I dq
not understand is. why the competent
little Florida' 'Cracker' does not go

after the United States senatorship
himself in the June primary, and grab
while the grabbing is good.

"It 'pears tq me that if Telfair

Stockton has a continued hankering,
he would again visit the bankers of

Florida and line up at the senatorial

pie counter with the fond hope to be

served. Fletcher and Catts was too

strong a combination for Telfair to

become a candidate two years ago

"If Frank Clark were not a 'fraid

cat and would tour Florida with his
walking stick of great proportions

and his new false teeth that he glori

fied in the last time I had a talk with

him, combined with his gift of gab,

Park and Billie would fidget,
"Anticipating a jolt, jar and slam,
the following information is extended
to the slammer s:
"Yes, I was a Cattocrat. But no
more. I discontinued as such in De December,
cember, December, 1920.
"Brethren and sisters, doesn't the
Bible say that 'likewise joy shall be

in Heaven over one sinner that re re-penteth
penteth re-penteth more than over ninety and
nine wise persons which need no re repentance?
pentance? repentance? "Yes, I was a wholesale liquor
dealer when men were licensed to
preach and to sell liquor. I discon

tinued three years before prohibition
was law. Be it remembered that the

AU

III

SEEM INTERESTED

Only a Small Attendance-at Meeting
In Behalf of the American Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Association

Monday night's meeting at the court

house proved very conclusively that,
for the time being at least, the people

of Ocala and Marion county have lost

confidence in motor clubs. The attend

ance at the meeting was exceedingly
slimr due, undoubtedly, to the turn of

affairs taken by the Florida State Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Association. The representa

tives of the American Automobile As Association
sociation Association v 1 vv -e here last night

were not u eouia.;ed, however. Mr.

Charles O onner, leld secretary of
the A. A A., spent over two hours

going ovt: with the few men present,
the purpr-as of his organization, stat stating
ing stating in particular its plans for Florida.

The other representatives of the A.

A. A. present were Mr. E. L. Cleveland

of Tampa, state secretary; Mr. Rol L.

Dew, pre?itf?r.t of the St. Petersburg

Motor Club, and Mr. J. H. Kerrick,
vice president and general manager
of the St. Petersburg Telephone Com Company,
pany, Company, and chairman of the good roads

committee of the St. Petersburg Motor
Club.

It developed at the meeting that the

American Automobile Association
will not organize any branch unless

the people id the locality in which the
branch is located ask for it. Through
a misunderstanding, last night's meet meeting
ing meeting had been announced as being for

the purpose of organizing a county

branch of the A. A. A. As Mr. O'Con-

ner explained, the meeting was to

have been simply a good roads meet

ing of the people of the county at

which the good roads activities of the

A. A. A. were to be outlined, and the

people to be given an opportunity to

decide for themselves whether or not

they wish to form a county motor
club as a part of the national organi organization.
zation. organization. In order, therefore, that the

people of the city and county might

have an opportunity to hear a presen

tatio nof the plans and purposes of

the A. A. A., a meeting will be held,
in the court house Wednesday night,

April 19th.

In explaining what the American

Automobile Association has in mind
for Florida, Mr. O'Conner stated that
Florida has not now and never has
had a good highway entering the

state. As the result of poor highways,

unsatisfactory road information.

multiplicity of laws regulating motor!
traffic and unsatisfactory service,
Florida has during the past five years
lost, through the failure of? automo automobiles
biles automobiles to come to Florida, enough mon money
ey money to pave the entire state road sys system
tem system with concrete, Mr. O'Conner said.
He said that last winter New York
sent twenty-five cars to California as
against one to Florida, and Iowa sent
fifty cars to California as against one
to Florida, although California is
1200 miles further from the center of
t

population of the United States and
has a climate that does not equal that

of Florida. During the last winter
the Auto Club of Southern California

checked up 165,000 cars in Los An Angeles
geles Angeles county alone from the eastern
states, and the estimate of American

Automobile Association is that during

the same period 13,600 cars came to
Florida as a whole. With these facts

in view, Mr. O'Conner said that the

A. A. A. made inquiry as to why the

motorists were going so much further
to California instead of eoming to

Florida. He said that the association

found that mainly tour things were
keeping motorists out of Florida: the

lack of a highway into this state in
passable condition throughout its
length, the multiplicity of routes, each

claiming to be the shortest and best,

thousands of different motor ordi

nances and laws which the motorists

find themselves constantly breaking
and the lack of standardized garages

along the routes

After reviewing the facts Mr

O'Conner said that the A. A. A. de decided
cided decided that it could save the motorists

of the United States several hundred
dollars each a year by opening up
routes into Florida which would put

the center of population of the United
States that much nearer a winter cli climate
mate climate that' is bein sought by millions
of people annually. To this end, he
said that the association decided to
establish its organization in the south southeastern
eastern southeastern states with headquarters at
Montgomery, Ala., and to take immed

iate steps to rut into passable eondi-

j branches in this state. Mr. O'Conner

said that arrangements have been
made to organize every county on the
two highways from the Georgia line to
the southern end of the state with the
exception of Marion county, and in
order that the people of Marion county
might have an opportunity to decide
whether they too will have a branch,
Mr. O'Conner will return to Ocala
Wednesday, April 19th, at which time
he will explain the details and plans
and purposes of the A. A. A. and an answer
swer answer any questions concerning the
same.
In addition to the promotion of
highways, the A. A. A. offers to its
members such service as up to the
minute road information, free service

m case of trouble and free legal serv

ice in the event that the motorist finds

himself under arrest. The member membership
ship membership card of the A. A. A. is accepted

in the courts of the country as bond

up to fifty dollars.

Mr. O'Conner stated that the Flor

ida State Automobile Association is

not and never has been affiliated with

the A. A. A. He said that the claims

of the state organization of affiliation
were without authority of the national

association and that all persons in

Florida now carrying on their auto

mobiles tags with the A. A. A. initials

and any garages or hotels carrying

these initials by reason of member membership
ship membership in the Florida State Automobile
Association are subject to prosecution.

Mr. O'Conner stated that the Florida

State Automobile Association would

have been prosecuted before this, but

that Mr. Samuel Untermeyer of New

York, counsel for the A. A. A., had
advised that suit against the state as

sociation would mean suit against each

individual member, and it'was decided

by the association that a suit against

the individual members would be un

wise, because the members had un

doubtedly 'joined the state association

in good faith.

Mr. Dew and Mr. Kerrick of the St.

Petersburg Motor Club, recently or

ganized as a branch of the A. A. A.,
expressed themselves enthusiastically
in regard to the organization, and the

Chamber of Commerce has received
enthusiastic letters from other county
organizations that have been recently

organized.
Mr. O'Conner said that his associa

tion is now taking steps to put thru
Congress legislation for the purpose
of giving a greater amount of federal

aid to southern roads', and taking

steps also to have changes made in

the specifications for southern roads.

AMERICAN HAW
LESS THAN JAPAN'S

Congress is Making a Joke Out Of

The Limitation of Arma Armaments
ments Armaments Treaty

mportant

sting

Tomorrow Afternoon

erick Hocker, Mrs. Alison Wartmann,
Mrs. Clifton Camp, Mrs. Albert Har Har-riss,
riss, Har-riss, Mrs. Carl Ray, Mrs. Leverett
Futch, Mrs. Vitt of Greensboro, N. C.,
Misses Elizabeth Davis, Sallie Tomlin Tomlin-son
son Tomlin-son of Fayetteville, N. C, Eloise Hen Henry
ry Henry and Mabel Meffert.

BRYAN WON'T RUN

Ocala Merchant sand Shippers Shoul4

Send Representatives to Session Of
The Interstate Commission in At

lanta Next Month.

On May 22nd, the Interstate Com

merce Commission will begin a hear hearing
ing hearing in Atlanta in connection with the

proposed freight rates of the fourth

section committee of the carriers. The

hearing will involve the principle of

the long and short haul, a principl

with which the interior cities of Flor

ida are vitally concerned. Do the
shippers of Ocala and Marion county
want the principle of the long and
short haul put into effect?
A meeting will be held at the
Chamber of Commerce tomorrow at 3
o'clock, which the merchants and
shippers of the city and county are
urged to attend. At the meeting Mr.
G. C. Chapman, field representative
of the recently organized Florida
Traffic Equalization League, will seek
support for that organization, in order
that the league might be represented
at the hearing in Atlanta, with a view'

to obtaining better freight rates for
the interior cities of Florida. The

Florida Traffic Equalization League is

a state-wide organization, organized
at Lakeland in January for the pur purpose
pose purpose of bringing about an equalization
of the freight rates, both intra-state

and inter-state. Ocala and Marion

county are represented on the execu

tive board of the league by Mr. L. H

Pillans. Mr. C. G. Rose and Mr. H. L.

Shearer.
Under existing freight rates the in

terior cities are greatly handicappedJ

in competition with the cities enjoying
rates based on water competition. It
is possible, at present, for example,
to ship a cargo thru Ocala to Tampa
for a rate less than the rate to Ocala,
and under the long and short haul

rate system Ocala would enjoy a lower

Washington, April 11. (By Asso

ciated Press). Reduction of the nav

al personnel to 67,000 enlisted men,
as provided in the naval appropriation

bill now being considered by the

House would reduce the American

navy below the five-five-three ratio

established by the arms conference
and "would be most injurious to the
interests of the United States," Secre

tary Hughes today wrote Representa

tive Rogers, republican, of Massachu

setts.

THE TARIFF BILL
The administration tariff bill as re

written by the Senate finance com--

mittee republicans was presented to

day to the Senate. It was announced

it .would be taken up April 21st.

DAUGHERTY MUST LOOK OUT
Representative Woodruff, republi

can, of Michigan, said in the House
today that if the attorney general did

not fully look to the interests of the
government in the pending claim

against the Lincoln Motor Company

he would consider him guilty of mis

feasance and move impeachment. The

statement was made in the course of

an extended speech in which he charg

ed the department of justice with

failure to proceed in civil and crimi

nal courts against a number of war

contractors on testimony brought out

before a congressional investigating

committee.

W. U. WANTS SPECIAL RATES
Petitions were filed with the com

merce commission today by the West Western
ern Western Union asking adjudication of its

property rights, and separtae consid

eration for it in the commission's pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings for valuation of four rail railroads,
roads, railroads, all of minor importance, except
the Florida East Coast.

COOL WEATHER COMING
The onrush of hot weather in the

Middle Atlanta and South Atlantic

states will be given a setback the next

twenty-four hours when a drop in
the temperature is predicted, with a

western storm. advancing eastward

EGG ROLLING IN THE WHITE

HOUSE GROUNDS

President and Mrs. Harding have

consetned to opening the White House

grounds Easter Monday for an egg

rolling, a time-honored custom looked

forward to by the children of the ciyt,
COL. NUTT WILL RETURN

Plans for a return survey of the

liquor condition in southern waters,
extending to Porto Rico and the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Islands, by Col, Nutt, were under
consideration today at prohibition
headquarters. Nutt plans. to go to
Jacksonville at an early date and
from there to the islands.
BANK OF GREECE BUSTED
Closing of the Bourse and National
Bank of Greece were reported today
in a cable to the commerce depart

ment. Confusion caused by the un uncertainty
certainty uncertainty of enactment of a forced
loan by the Greek government is said

to have caused the Bourse to close

April 6th and the National Bank April

8th, the day the forced loan became

effective. Business in Athens is at a
standstill.

Associated Press)
Miami, April 1L Mr.' Bryan in a
statement to the Associated Press this
afternoon announced it as his definite
decision not to run for the Senate.

BELONGS ON A CATTLE BOAT

New York, April 11. Jack Demp Demp-sey
sey Demp-sey sailed today for Europe for three
months. He is not engaged to meet
any European boxers but said he was
not averse to accepting a reasonable
offer.

MORE TROUBLE IN MEXICO

Washington, April 11. (By Asso

ciated Press). Official advices today
indicate increased revolutionary and

bandit activity in the states of Vera
Cruz, Jalisco and Mayarit, Mexico.

OCALA NATIONAL IS ON

THE STEADY INCREASE

It is gratifying to all Ocala people,

to all business men and women, as
well as the stockholders and deposi depositors
tors depositors in the "Ocala National Bank to
note that solid institution keeps up its

steady increase. For some time its

deposits have exceeded a million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. One day last week they totaled

a million and thirty-one thousand, and

may be as much more today. The, men

in charge have the rare quality of

blending progress and conservatism

in the proper proportion, and it is

certain and sure that as Ocala and

Marion county grow, the Ocala Na

tional Bank wjll grow with them. It

has along career ahead of usefulness

to the community as well as to its

stockholders.

RIG CITIES RAO
FOR THE ROYS

Hanford McXider Asks Associated
"Press to Help Him Start Ex Ex-Service
Service Ex-Service Men for Home
Indianapolis, April 11. -(By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Former service men
of the country are asked to go back
to their home town and get jobs, in
an appeal Hanford McNider has ask asked
ed asked the Associated Press to broadcast
to jobless veterans, who he said were
congregating in large cities where the
unemployment situation is becoming
worse. The American Legion's effort
to find employment for 700,000 jobless
veterans, begun three weeks ago, is
gaining in effectiveness, he said.
SHAKING DOWN THE
SHEKELS FOR SINGING

THE CAMEL'S HEAD
UNDER THE TENT

Genoa, April 11. (By Associated
Press). Admission of Russian and
German representatives to the prin principal
cipal principal committee of the economic con

ference was strongly opposed today

by French and Belgian representa

tives. British and Italian representa

tives intervened, however, and the
Germans and Russians were finally

admitted. r
Consideration of the Russian ques

tion by the international economic and

financial conference began today with

a meeting of the Russian commission
appoitned yesterday by the conference

chairman.

I haven't had time to collect money
for the hymnbooks for the Girls' In Industrial
dustrial Industrial School, but this morning it
hasn't been necessary. After seeing
yesterday's Star, a number of people
saw their duty and they done it.
Walking around the streets this morn morning,
ing, morning, I met a lot of folks who 'held
money out to me, and all I had to do
was to take it, say thank you, write
their names down and go on. Amount
corraled yesterday afternoon and this
morning, $10.75; amount reported yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, $9.50. To date, $20.25. Thanks
to the givers. All who are going to,
please shell out pronto, so's I can have

j the books sent for. Contributors to

date are as follows:

Geo. L. Taylor, .25; Sheriff Thoma3,

50; Circuit Clerk Lancaster, .25; W.

W. Clyatt, .25; E. Aj. Osborne, .50; CL

C. Bennett, .50; L. T. Izlar, $1; Edwin

Gernant, .50; Louis Duval, .50;

Roger Dodd, .25; J. H. Therrell, .25;

H. Benjamin, $1; F. E. McClane,

.25; W. J. Thomas, .25; Cash, .50; E.

Helvenston, .50; Ben Rheinauer,

50; Mack Taylor, $1; John Taylor,
50; L. P. Wilson," .25; R. C. Camp, $li

W. B. Gallagher, .50; J. M. Holden,

50; J. M. Meffert, .50; R. H. Todd, .50;

S. Cullen, .50; H. A. Waterman,

50; Cash, .50; Cash, .50; Cash, .50;

N. U. Kindts .25; Mrs. Somebody Else,

$1; Arthur Cobb, .50; B. C. Webb, .50;
Dr. Van Engelken, .25; R. T. Adams,

50; Walter Ray, $1; M. M. Little, .50;

Max Wilson, .25; H. B. Clarkson, .50;

S. S. Savage, Jr., .25; Sid Whaley, .25.

May your harps on high never be

tuneless. jhb

EXCHANGE LOW IN ITALY

(Associated Press)
Catania, Sicity, April 11. Bank

robbers made rich hauls here last
night when they rifled a safe in the
local branch of the Banco di Sicilia,
escaping with nine million lire in bank

notes, about $486,000 at present ex
change rates.

MEETING OF THE "A" CLUB

tion throughout their length by the J rate than Tampa, based upon the
first of October 1922, a highway from ; length of the haul.

New York to M;.ami and from Chicago A committee from the Chamber of

to Fort Mvers. the first taking the 'Commerce went over the rates pro-

route down the east coast of Florida posed by the fourth section committee
and the latter down the center of the j and decided that they would be of
state. These two routes have been ; great benefit to this section- It is up
designated by the federal bureau of j to the shippers of the county to decide
highways r-tioual roads. whether they want better freight
It is vIiU the immediate view to ob-' rates. If they are interested in better

The "A" Club was entertained last

night at its regular weekly meeting
by Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., at the

home of her parents, Mn and Mrs.
Christian Ax, where Mr. and Mrs.

Anderson are now making their home.
A number of guests were invited to

play with the club members, there

being five tables of players. A pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening was spent at auction, at

the conclusion of which the hostess

presented Mrs. H. C. Nichols with a

basket filled with lakspur and Mrs. A.
M. Withers with a pretty address

book. Among the guests who receiv

ed pretty remembrances of the eve evening
ning evening were Mrs. R. C Camp, a vase

filled with lakspur, and Mrs. Leverett

Futch, a book of powder leaves. The
hostess served dainty refreshments of

ice cream, cake, salted nuts and fruit
punch.
Those who spent the evening so
pleasantly at this meeting of the "A"
Club were Mrs. BL C Nichols, Mrs.

A. M. Withers, Mrs. Edmund Martin,

LIBRARY NOTICE

The regular monthly meeting of the

library board will be held this evening

in the library at eight o'clock. It is

hoped that here will be a full attend

ance.

MEETING OF THE PARENT-

TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION

The regular monthly meeting of the

Parent-Teachers Association will be

held Thursday afternoon at 4:15

April 13th, at the high school audi

torium. There will be reports of al

committees and election of officers.

The ladies of the missionary society

of the Christian church will observe

the pre-Easter week of prayer, with

prayer service Wednesday, Thursday

and Friday, April 12, 13 and 14, at the

church, at 3:30 p. m. All are cordially
invited and members urged .to be

present. Subject for Wednesday,

"Children at Home and Abroad."

Apalacmcoia select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.

City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

FIFTY-FIFTY

(Associated Press
New York, April 11. Women in the

United States in nearly all respects

are the equals of men, therefore prom

ises' and views of men and women in

marriage should be reciprocal. This

is the substance of a statement by

George Zabriskie, member of the com commission
mission commission on revision of the book of
common prayer of the Episcopal
church, in explanation of some
changes the commission will recom recommend
mend recommend to the general convention at
Portland, Oregon, next September.
It was decided that the promise of
women to obey, in the marriage serv service,
ice, service, is obsolete.

TONIGHT TEJ1PLE THEATER

Pauline Frederick in "The Sting of
the Lash." Special musical setting,
Temple orchestra, direction Herbert
N. Lord, violinist. 11-lt
INSURANCE

When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show yon the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.

Our EASTER CARDS are now on
display. Make your selection early
while the stock is complete. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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taining the two passable highways freight rates, they are asked to at- j airs. ,. uu,
- j. tni :j i i i. it. a i u. ;., .vmnv-rYYar o-fte-mAnTi t Mrs. W. M. Palmer. Mrs. Parker

1IILU r lunua uy litu luai inc .rv. lc;:-j w 1 -

A. A. is now organizing county at three o'clock.

( Painter, Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mrs. Fred-

NOTICE!

The firm of Bitting & Phillips having been dissolved by mutual
consent, the business on the west side of the square, in the future, will
be owned and operated by J. P. Phillips and Sam Phillips, unJr the
firm name of Phillips Drug Company.
We have associated with us in our prescription department O. B.
Ricks, a very competent druggist, who will have charge of the filling
of prescriptions. Mr. Ricks is registered in Florida and Georgia.
The front part of the store will be handled by Sam Phillips, com commonly
monly commonly called "fted," Charley Rawls and Kenneth Kennedy.
The same courteous treatment will be, in the future, as m the
past, a feature of the' store. We will show our appreciation of your
patronage by giving you prompt service, fresh goods-at fair prices.
J. P. PHILLIPS
: SAM PHILLIPS



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beautiful city and its shaded streets
and broad avenues already give it the
appearance of a capital city. DeLand

can be a figure in the race for the
state capital if its citizens really want
it and many members of the state
press will support DeLand in its as aspirations
pirations aspirations along this line. DeLand
News.
It would then be the Rome of Flor Florida
ida Florida as well as the Athens.

serves a second term and then ye edi editor
tor editor cannot but remember that Park
M. Trammell was, always has been,
and, evidence is that he always will
be the soldier's friend, and the editor
was a soldier."

Some newspaper men are terrible
liars. In writing of a cyclone out west
one of them said it turned a well in inside
side inside out, a cellar upside down, moved
a township line, blew the staves out
of a whisky barrel and left nothing
but the bung hole, blew a mortgage off
of a farm, blew all the cracks out of a
fence and knocked the wind out of a

Jhat i politician. Florida Chief.

A cyclone that passed thru a part

No!

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And now it is reported that Henry
Ford's railroad is losing money.
Up to the hour of going to press,
the fellow who said nothing and sawed
wood was still a few laps ahead.
Times-Union.
Bet it wasn't less than eight hours
before press time when you wrote the
foregoing.
Patterson, N. J., letter carrier who
walked .120,000 miles -to get a pension
from Uncle Sam certain went a long
way to get it. Times-Union.
Huh! Many a poor man has walked
further than that trying to make a
living, and nobody even suggested
giving him a pension.
If "Fatty" Arbuckle's purse holds
out he will probably find a nurse who
will swear that Virginia Rappe died
when she was a baby, and a doctor
who will swear that she was an Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian mummy. Inverness Chonicle.
Yes, if the jury can't agree on
fatty, it might at least convict most
of his witnesses of perjury.

The Brooksville Star sums up the
evidence as follows: "The subject of
the removal of the capital of Florida
from Tallahassee to some more acces

sible point in the state is one
should be agitated constantly.

other state in the Union has its capital f Northeast Georgia where we were
situated in so impossible a location. ', living in 18S1 blew a cow's tail off.
Since the question of removal has! without moving the cow.
been brought up Tallahassee is mak-
ing hysterical efforts to get an ade-j Every few days we read of soma
quate hotel built. The old Leon hotel ; college student who gets his name in
has been a fire trap and a big cheerless the papers because he has never been
barracks for years, and would have kissed. What is there remarkable
continued to satisfy Tallasassee if the about that ? There's Herb Felkel,
agitation for removal had not stirred ; Johnny Spencer, John McWhorter and
the people to provide somethink like!urself who are too homely ever to be
decent quarters for its visiting kissed but we don't brag about it.

solons. The frantic attemnt to build Times-Union

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

additions to the capital building shows
that they realize its deficiencies, but
no steps were taken to improve the
building until the fear of losing it
caused the people of Tallahassee to
suddenly come to life and try to force
a bill through the legislature for re repairs
pairs repairs which should have been made
twenty years ago. The railroad fa facilities
cilities facilities to the capital, from anywhere
but Jacksonville, are abominable, and
the people of nine-tenths of the state
are put to inconvenience and discom discomfort.
fort. discomfort. It is not fair to the great por portion
tion portion of the state that is really doing
the things that count, to be held back
by the insignificant section bounded
on the north by Alabama and Georgia,
and on the south by the Gulf of Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. Let's get the capital where we
can use it."

You are probably trying to hide
your blushes. We have noticed that
the more homely a man or dog, the
more likely a woman is to lavish ca caresses
resses caresses on him.

(Evening Star April 11, 1902)
R. E. Dickinson of Madison is visit visiting
ing visiting hi? daughtre, Mrs. S. R. Whaley.
The Ocala Gun Club held its weekly
shoot yesterday afternoon with five
members and a few vistors. The scores
were: L. E. Lang, 51x50; H. A. Ford,
0xG5; E. M. Howard, 41x6-5; Lou
Haley, 27x50; T. H. Stevens. 22x50.
Principal Yarn is in receipt of a
jrold medal, which was awarded him
by the judges of the late State Fair
for the most complete exhibit of work
of the Ocala high school.
Rollins has offered a free scholar scholarship
ship scholarship to one pupil out of each graduat graduating
ing graduating class of the O. H. S. The appoint appointments
ments appointments will be made by the principal
o ncompetitive examinations or on
the class records of the senior year.
Mr. M. M. Little left today for Tam Tampa
pa Tampa to attend the meeting of the Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 11, 1912)
Mr. Geo. A. Dreka, one of DeLand's

j leading citizens and owner of one of

that city's largest business enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, spent yesterday in Ocala visit visiting
ing visiting his son, Mr. A. F. Dicka.

j Mr. A. E. Burnett is attending to
j business in Jacksonville.
i Mr. Ed Tucker returned last night

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Dr. Howard Kelley of Baltimore
visited Miami recently. He spent a
few days there and before leaving de declared
clared declared that Sodom and Gomorrah were
ante-chambers of heaven compared
with Miami and Baltimore. The sur surprising
prising surprising thing about this is the infer inference
ence inference that Dr. Kelley is old enough to
remember Sodom and Gomorrah.

The Eakeland Star sizes up Col.
Tom Appleyard as follows: "In the
interests of the state of Florida we
can't see that Colonel T. J. Appleyard
Sr., of Tallahassee, state printer, help helped
ed helped himself very much by appearing
before the capital removal meeting
yesterday at Orlando and flashing a
red flag of sarcasm in the faces of the
gathering. To us it appears to be a
most indiscreet act and all uncalled
for at this time but it is good jjolitics
for him and his pocket book and mere merely
ly merely starts the fight just a little sooner

than might have come had he remain

ed silent. If Colonel Appleyard would

do what he knows should be done by

way of seeing that South Florida gets

its share of the state legislation and

proper apportionment, he would make

himself solid with this section and

still get what he wanted. The whole

trouble today is that the politicians of

west and north Florida have been so
selfish, narrow-minded and conceited
over their position which they have

held as a club for years that they are

not contented to permit others to

nave a square deal and a just share
arid actions such as Mr. Annlevai-d

has started on the rubbing-it-in-pro

cess will not be swallowed with very

much pleasure by the people of this

section of the state."

, Speaking of the unburied dead, how
about that western editor who says he
hasn't kissed a woman in twenty
years ? St. Petersburg Times.
Don't know. Should prefer to see
the ladies in his vicinity before pass passing
ing passing judgment. It would be worse than
death to have to live that long in Ocala
and never kiss one of its peacherinos.

How does the proposal to eliminate

the "obey" from the marriage cere

mony fit the Pauline injunction that

wives should be subject to their hus husbands?
bands? husbands? Here seems to be a little mat

ter that should receive the attention

of Mr. Bryan. Miami Herald.

He seems better fitted to attend to

such matters than to those which gen generally
erally generally require the attention of an

United States senator.

At the meeting of the state press

association in Daytona yesterday a

number of the editors committed

themselves in saying that DeLand was

the most logical place for the state
capitol, next to Jacksonville. The

metropolis will not make a fight for

the capital, it is stated, because it
rightfully fears that it would not have

the support of the rest of the state

DeLand is centrally located, accessible

to both the east coast, west coast and
northern section of the state. It is a

UNCLE HANK

There are 53 Sundavs in the year I f rom Atlanta, where he spent a few
1922 which means that one must take j da's with the Maxwell Briscoe Com Com-5:)
5:) Com-5:) baths, 53 cigars, 53 shoe shines and ; r-W and left z:i order for a numb r
53 opportunities to get nearer heav-' ,J Y loads of ars to be smPPe(I smPPe(I-en.
en. smPPe(I-en. St. Augustine Record. j
Herb Felkel can make people be-: New spring style? in White Kid
lieve that he only takes fifty-three ; Sandals for partic-ar women. Guar Guar-baths
baths Guar-baths a year, but none of us are going I antee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y.

LUIS' NEWS STANO
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Now in the Harrington Hell
block, next to Ocala Gas
Company's office
All daily Newspapers, Maga Magazines,
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to believe he smokes only one cigar a M. B. O. D.
week that is, unless he uses cigar-'
ettes.

4-7-tf

Cyrus Spellman and Clara Whipple
got married and went to Denver on
their honeymoon, and visited three
weeks with Mr. Spellman's relatives,
and when they got back, Town Clerk
Hale discovered he had accidently I
given them an automobile license in-'
stead of a marriage license. Bitter I
Creek (Colo.) Journal.

They should have gone faster on an
auto license.

On the first page today, we present
to our readers Joe Earman's size-up I
of the political situation. Mark Twain j
never wrote anything better, and it is I
quite considerably correct. Of course, j
we don't agree with Joe about Park
Trammell, who we think has made a
fairly good senator, but in printing i
such an article" we have to take the J
little that we don't like with the great j
deal that we do. 1

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Florida elected a governor from Al

abama a few years ago and the result

was decidedly disastrous, even though
the state received a lot of advertising

from his manipulation of state af affairs.
fairs. affairs. The same kind of advertising
would not result if a United States

senator were elected from Nebraska

to represent Florida still it would

be just as well to stick to a Floridian

who has shown that he is all right.

Fort Lauderdale Herald.

The sort of advertising Mr. Bryan

would procure for Florida would not

suit business and working men. The
world at large knows him as the
champion of impractical schemes.

Don't worry about the Texas revi-.
valist who predicts that the "flappers" j
will cause the next war. If a couple j
of the cuties would cuddle up to him,
he would be nearer heaven than he ',
ever was before or ever will be again.

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
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motto. Our specialties are Western j
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Says the Gainesville News: "The

owners of the McCreary Publishing

Company aspire to no office and have
no candidates in the field and so far
as ye editor knows today it will sup

port but one announced candidate,
Park Trammell. The News is going
to support Trammell for the United

States Senate because it thinks he

made a good senator and that he de-

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1922

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HARRIET
and the
PIPER
Kathleen Norris
fflustratioiu by
Irwin Myers

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Copyright by lUthtMit Norrto

The girl ."thought it over with a mad maddening
dening maddening and feverish persistence that
presently caused her a sensation of
actual sickness. Vague speculations
churned and seethed in the weary
brain that could find no beginning and
no end to them. To have made a
clean breast of the whole matter
months ago would have meant a de delicious
licious delicious sense of freedom from re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility nov, but then under those
circumstances would she, Harriet,
have been here now? Certainly, even
in the present purely technical sense,
she would not have been the second
Mrs. Richard Carter, nor would she

have held er present position of trustf

and responsibillts.
While Nina and her lover murmured
on the- terrace Harriet brooded on

these things, and after dinner that

evening lie gave Richard so sharp a
warning that he sent at once for Nina,

and with a clouded brow and angry

eyes briefly requested Harriet to be

present while lie spoke to her.

Nina came at once, with an inno innocent
cent innocent expression on her rather heavy

young face. Hbe seared herself near
Harriet, and her father went to the

point at once.

"Nina," he said, seriously, "you saw
Royal Blondin this afternoon, didn't
you?" And as Nina answered only

with an ugly glance at Harriet, the be

trayer, he added, "Didn't I ask you

not to see Mm any more, several

months ago?"
?'Ves, you did," Nina said, in a low
tone, and with a heaving breast.
''I hope, and we all hope, that you
will marry some day," Richard said.
"But you are too young now to make
a wise choice. And until you are a

little older, you will have to take my
word for it that such an affair would
only lead you to misery and regret."
?Tlna mumbled something bravely.
WI didn't hear you," her father said.
"I said, I didn't see what you could
do about It!" the girl repeated, des desperately.
perately. desperately. For a few moments of silence Rich Richard
ard Richard merely looked gravely at his
daughter. Then he clasped his finej
hands on the desk before him, and
cleared his throat.

"I cannot do as much as I should'

like, Nina," he conceded, "but I shall
do what I can. But first let me ask

you: have you promised to marry Mr.
Blond In?"
Silence. Nina looked at the floor.
Richard repeated his question.
"Yes, I have and you can't kill me
for It!" Nina said, and burst into
tears.
"Well," the father resumed, when
Harriet had supplied a consolatory
murmur and a handkerchief, "I'm
sorry, of course. Mrs. Tabor carried
letters between ycu, did she? You
met him occasionally?'
"Two or three times," Nina said,
sniffing and drying her eyes busily.
"You know my reasons for disliking
him, Nina," her father said. "He is a
man more than twice your age ; he
has a certain sort of unsavory reputa reputation
tion reputation In his affairs with women. He
has no income, no profeiIon, no
home; all those things tell against
him. You're only a child

"I shall be of age Tuesday!" Nina

burst forth, resentfully.
"You will be of age Tuesday. True.
But you will be my ward, as far as
your Uncle Edward's legacy is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, for another three years. Now,
Nina, if you persist in this folly,
against my most earnest advice, I can
only forbid the man the house, and
lock you in your room in the good old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned way. That I shall do. I
shall then give out to the world that
has already had a rare treat at the
expense of the Carter family the
news of my utter disapproval of the
match. If you manage the marriage
- In spite of me, I shall forbid you and
Blond In my house, and as a matter

of course use my right to withhold
the payment of your legacy for three
years, and stop your present allow allowance,
ance, allowance, and your credit with the shops.
That's all I can dol And I do it,
Nina," said Richard in a softer tone,
"I do it to hasten the Inevitable, my
dear! I do it to bring you back to
your father sooner instead of later ; to
give you only one year of disillusion disillusionment
ment disillusionment and suffering, instead of seven
or eight I"
It must be a brave girl, thought
Harriet, who could persist in any
course, after that. But Nina had the
Impregnable arnior of ignorance and
pride, and she only sniffed pathetical pathetically
ly pathetically again, and shrugged her shoulders.
"You do everything In the world to
make my marriage a failure!" she

said with the Irrepressible tears. "And

I sur.jose you'll be delighted If it is!
And I don't see If a woman can

marry a rich man, why a man
shouldn't sometimes be glad if a girl
has money! I'm proud to help him

out. if he'll let me. He says he won't

why, we had planned going well
lust evervwhere. Honolulu and south

era California and lust everywhere.

only now he won't go! He says he Is

going to stay right here, and .take a

Dosmon wren an art magazine tnat ne

Just hates, and work it all off before

we go. If it takes years"

"Work what all off T Harriet asked,

simply and quietly.

"This money that a friend of his

reallr lost, but he has taken It upon

himself," Nina answered, a little molli

fied. It was eleven thousand dollars,

and he has paid off about four, and

anyway, I hate so much talk about

money V she finished, angrily.
"My dear," Harriet said, as Richard,
with a troubled face, remained silent,
"It Isn't the money that we are worry worrying
ing worrying about. Why, ask your father,
Nina I Ask him if he wouldn't write
Royal Blondin a check for any sum to today,
day, today, any sum. If you and he would
promise solemnly to wait three years
more. You will only be twenty-one
then, Nina, still such a chBd I"
Harriet paused, glancing at Richard
for encouragement ; he nodded eagerly,
and she went on:
"Marriage Is a tremendous thing,
Nina, and the only thing that makes It
right"
"If you're going to say love," Nina
broke In, scornfully, "you didn't marry
Father for love J
"I was going to say mutual under understanding
standing understanding and respect." Harriet said,
quietly, but the splendid color flooded
her face as she spoke, "and you do not
understand life, Nina, or men, or mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Royal Blondin is a charming
man, and a gifted man, but he is an ad adventurer,
venturer, adventurer, dear; he is a man who has
lived in all sorts of places, known all

sorts of persons, accepted all sorts of j
queer codes. There are coarse ele- J
ments in him, Nina, things that would ;
utterly sicken and frighten you Your i
father is right; you would be bck ;
with us In a few months or years, per- ;
haps with a child, perhaps shattered in ;
body as well as soul not free to take
up your life again with Ward and
Amy, but scarred and embittered and
changed J" ;
"My God, how that woman loves the
child?" Richard said to himself,
watching her. To him she seemed in- ;
spired. Her eyes were blurred with
tears, her voice shaking, and she had
leaned over to clasp Nina's hands, and
so hold the girl's unwilling attention, j
"Nina, can't you trust your father ;
that far?" Harriet finished. "Can't you

realize that a man like Royal, embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed for money no matter if he
truly admires you, and truly means to
make you happy can't think of you
without thinking also of what your
generous checks are going to mean to

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him? Write him a check for eleven

thousand, Nina, as a consolation for j

delaying the marriage a year, Try
it!"
Nina rose to her feet. Her trembling
mouth was desperately scornful, and
her eyes brimming, although she
fought tears.
"I don't know why my own family is
the first to think that nobody could
Dosslbly love me for myself !" she said,

in a breaking voice. "First Harriet
ruins my friendship with Ladybird
and then then !"
"Listen, Nina," her father said. He
and Harriet had come around to stand
beside her. and he had encircled the
shaking and protesting shoulders with
his arm. "I have just telephoned Fox
to make reservations for me on the
next Brazilian steamer. I shall have

to be a month or six weeks In Rio de
Janeiro every year now. Now, I've just
been wondering why you and Harriet
don't come with me this first trip? We
stop at the Barbadoes and Bahia ; it's
a magnificent steamer swimming
tanks and gymnasium; you'll love it,
and you'll love a touch of the South
American countries, too, a chance to
try your Spanish. Why not put off this
marriage idea for a year, come a?ong
with me; youH make steamer ac acquaintances,
quaintances, acquaintances, y oull broaden out a little

bit"
"I won't go anywhere!" sobbed
Nina, wildly, turning for flight, "be "because
cause "because I'm going to kill myself !"
Harriet only waited long enough
after her dramatic exit to give Richard

a reassuring nod. Then she hurrlea
after Nina.
The girl was sobbing on her bed, and
for awhile she answered Harriet's
soothing touch of voice and hand only
with angry Jerks. Then they fell to
talking, and Nina confided for the first
time fully In the older woman. Royal's
letters, his exquisite cards, sent with
flowers, the poems he had written her ;
here they all were. Harriet sympa sympathized,
thized, sympathized, sighed, and consoled her af affectionately.
fectionately. affectionately. Presently sha was able
to suggest a new thought to Nina, one
that could not but be palatable to the

girl's hurt spirit.
"You see, you're only seventeen, Ni Nina."
na." Nina." Harriet said, "the age when most

girls are still in the schoolroom, long
before they have affairs Well, you're
not interested in college, so that ought

to give you three or four clear years of
girlhood. You're bound to have other
affairs, you've proved that! You go

to South America perhaps there is
some interesting man on the steamer;
you go to Canada to California; the

world Is yours. Now, Royal is differ different.
ent. different. He Is an experienced man of af

fairs; he will always have an attrac attraction
tion attraction for women, and they for him. You
aren't his match, now, Nina. In a few
years you may be
"I'm not jealous !" Nina said, proud proudly.
ly. proudly. But Harriet smiled.
"Yes, you are Jealous. You wouldn't
be a real true woman if you weren't !"
she accused. A reluctant dimple tugged
at Nina's pouting mouth. She did not
rifaliko th Idea of potential desDOtism.

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the world, confident of her charm.
"If I offered a check to Royal, do
you suppose he'd accept it?" she re remarked,
marked, remarked, after dark musing. She was
sitting on the edge of her bed now, and
Harriet was brushing her hair.
"If you really are worried about his
hncheco affairs "Vlrm nllT not tTV

It?" Harriet suzeested. sensibly. To 1

this Nina returned a pouting:
Tin perfectly willing to try it!"
And as a great concession she added,
with a sigh: "And I'll tell him what
Father thinks !"
(Continued Tomorrow)

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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an execution of date the
2 7th dav of March 122, issued toy the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion coun counts',
ts', counts', upon a judgment entered in said
court in a certain cause therein pend pending
ing pending in which Perfection Canopy Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and
j. w. Prater was defendant, which
judgment is recorded in Judgment
Book B. page 585, of the public records
of Marion county, Florida. I have levied
upon and will sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash at
the west door of the Marion county
court house, in Ocala,. Florida, daring
the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, May 1st, 1922,
the following described land, to-wit:
Lot number 428. situated In the
town of Dunnellon, and more par particularly
ticularly particularly described by a map or
plat of said town now on file in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Marion county, Florida.
Said sale will be made to satisfy the
amount due on said execution and the
costs of sale.
S. C. M. THOMAS,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
Mar 28 Apr 4 11 18 25

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STATEMENT OP THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION,
etc., required toy the Act of Congress of August 24. 1912. of the Ocala Evening
Star, published daily except Sunday at Ocala, Fla., for April 1st. 1922
State of Florida. County of Marion, ss.:
Before me. a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, per personally
sonally personally appeared P. V. Lea-eng;ood. who. having been duly sworn according to
Jaw. deposes and says that he is the business manager of the Ocala Evening
tar, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a tre
.statement of the ownership, management (and If a daily paper, the circulation)
etc, of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, re required
quired required by the act of August 24 1912. embodied in section 443, postal laws and
regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wit:
1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor
and business managers are:
Publisher, Star Publishing Company, Ocala, Florida.
Editor, J. H. Benjamin. Ocala, Florida.
Managing editor, none.
Business Manager. P. V, Javengood, Ocala. Florida.
2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual own owners,
ers, owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stock stockholders
holders stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock).
Mrs. JL I Bittinger ..Ocala, Florida.
Miss Adele Bittinger Ocala, Florida.
P. V. Lieavengood Ocala, Florida.
H. D. Leavensood Ocala, Florida.
J. H. Benjamin Ocala. Florida.
3. That the known -bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities are: Munroe & Ohaiwbllss National Bank.
4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the own owners,
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pany company but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon
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name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given;
also that the said two paragraphs contain, statements embracing afflant's full
knowledge and belief as to. the circumstances and conditions under which
stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of
a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other per person,
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stock, bonds or other securities than as so stated by him.
5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication
old or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during
the six months preceding the date shown above is. 900.
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OGALA OCCURRENCES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.

Rev. C. H. Trout is spending a few
days in Lakeland.
Dres3 up your Easter gifts with
those attractive seals at The Specialty
Shop, A. E. Gerig.
Mrs. G. E. Thompson who has been
sick for the past three weeks is slowly
improving.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. If
.Mrs. R. S. Hall has as her guest
Mrs. Vitt of Grensboro, N. C, who ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Sunday night.
Don't ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youll get the best made. 21-tf
Phillips Drug Co. will receive by
telegraph every day the baseball news
and will post same on blackboard at
their store.
See our new assortment of men'3
Palm Beach suits. All sizes and
styles, $12.50. Joseph Malever, at
Goldman's old stand. 7-tf
Mr. W. E. Haile of Monticello, is
the guest of his brother, Mr. Sidney
Haile, and family, at their home on
Oklawaha avenue. Mr. Haile is one
of Floirda's leading growers of melon
seed.
Easter post cards 1 cent, the best
value ever for the money. The Spe Specialty
cialty Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.
The word BUTTERNUT baked into
your loaf of bread is a guarantee that
it is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
Miss Stella Camp has returned
from a pleasant trip of three weeks
to New York and Boston. Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp, who has spent the time in
New York with her daughter, Miss
Nina Camp, a senior at Wellesley, is
now in Asheville for a short stay.
Easter cards, the Gibson line, The
Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.
Always eat the best bread; the way
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Mrs. Clyde Ritchie ana sister-in-law,
Miss Deloise Ritchie, letf last night
for Shelbyville, Ind. Miss Ritchie
taught the Fairfield school during the
term just closed and will spend her
vacation at home. Mrs. Ritchie wilH
visit relatives in Indiana before re
turning to Ocala.
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 3-3t
Mr. Claude Campbell, a former resi resident
dent resident of this city, was in Ocala this
week shaking hands with friends. Mr.
Campbell was accompanied by his
wife. He is now living in Atlanta and
is connected with a civil engineering
fir mof that city, and was here at
tending to business for "his firm.
See our new White Kid Cleopatra
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Miss Susie McGruder and Mrs.
Beacham of Orlando have returned
home after a short visit in Ocala with
friends. Sunday morning Miss Mc McGruder
Gruder McGruder sang at the Baptist church
and in the evening at the Presbyterian
church. Miss McGruder has a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful voice and both of these solos were
much enjoyed.
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
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Army Corn Beef Hash at the IT IT-SERVE
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Leonard Bennett yesterday had an
accident which might have proven
serious. While out riding, the pony
stumbled and fell, rolling over on his
rider. Fortunately for Leonard he
was able to clear himself and only
sustained a few bruises. He is up and
around today as usual.
Army Corn Beef Hash
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Attend the Auction Sale, Wart
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Wednesday, April 12th, 10 a. m
Twenty-four beautiful homesites will
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The Ocala public library has recent
ly been presented with a set of twen
ty-five volumes of Bret Harte's works,
Rev. C. L. Collins being the donr.
This writer's works are favorites and
always in demand. The library wishes
to extend to Rev. Collins its appre appreciation
ciation appreciation and thanks.
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REFUSED TO ACCEPT
MARION COUNTY ROCK

Representatives of seven reliable
firms, all engaged in important road
work, appeared before the board of
county commissioners today to bid on
the base and surface of Road Two
from Belleview to the Lake county
line. The specifications were so in intricate
tricate intricate and exacting, the contractors
refused to bid. Under the specifica specifications,
tions, specifications, Marion county lime rock, now
being used on other state and federal
projects, would not have been accept acceptable
able acceptable on this road if the specifications
were adhered to. Other articles in the
specifications were not clear enough
for the contractors to submit intelli intelligent
gent intelligent bids on them. The commission
ers will readvertise for bids for an
early date, under revised specifications
of the state road department.
MORE MEMBERS FOR THE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The following names have been
added to the membership list of the
Marion County Chamber of Commerce,
bringing the total number of members
up to 303: H. S. Chambers, W. C
Blood, C. Hartmann, Silver Springs,
C. S. Cullen, L. P. Wilson, R. L. Lytle,
Weirsdale, Dr. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale,
Parker Painter, Chas. S. Painter, New-
comb Barco, Cotton Plant.
The Chamber of Commerce is pre
paring a classified list of its members,
which will not only be a membership
list, but a directory of businesses and
professions of the county.
TONIGHT TEMPLE THEATER
Pauline Frederick in "The Sting of
the Lash." Special musical setting,
Temple orchestra, direction Herbert
N. Lord, violinist. 11-lt
On another page of today's paper
appears an advertisement announcing
a one-hour sale of aluminum to be
held at U-Serve Store No. 2, on the
west side of the square. The sale will
last only one hour, Wednesday, April
12th, from 4 to 5 o'clock. Every
housekeeper should look carefully
over the advertisement and make a
list of what she wants. The values
in this sale are excellent and the
prices so reasonable that they are
within the reach of all.
Mrs. Lester Burkett and little
daughter Jane, who have been the
guests of the former's cousin, Mrs. E.
G. Lindner, left last night for their
home in Alttona, Pa. During her stay
here Mrs. Burkett has been the re recipient
cipient recipient of a number of social favors
and has made many friends who hope
to renew the acquaintance in the near
future.
Attend the Auction gale, Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's Park, east Fort King Aye.,
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
(Associated Press)
Mrs. Florence Wells who has been
spending the winter in Belleview with
Mr. and Mrs. George Grunthal, ex expects
pects expects to leave Wednesday night for
herhome in Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs.
Wells is well known in Ocala. She is
talented and has been unsparing in
giving enjoyment to many by her de delightful
lightful delightful readings and singing, and
she will be greatly mised. Her re return
turn return next year will be looked forward
to with pleasure..
If youll try FEDERAL BAKERY
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MEMORIAM
In sad and loving memory of our
dear brother, husband and father,
George Burdorff, who departed this
life April 10th, J?21, one year ago
today.
We mourn today o'er our brother, hus husband
band husband and father dead,
But sweet secured your weary head.
Your hands were calmly laid to rest
O'er the pulseless bosom and painless
breast.
Your lips are silent and closely sealed,
The love of the Savior your smile re
vealed.
Your weary feet that so often trod,
Rough ways that led to the throne of
God,
They tire ne more but forever are
still,
You have reached the summit of Zion
hill,
Where every day is sunshine.
Just keep, watching and waiting,
We. are striving to make it.
We know you are happy with mother
and father and all,
And are with your Savior blessed;
We too will soon be coming to slasp
you to our breast.
Susie Smith, sister,
Theora Gadson, sister.
Theora Burdoff Gadson, daughter.
Annie Burdoff, wife.
Ocala, Fla., April 10.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lnea. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit
ing sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whiteridea, CL C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

-POLITICAL CON;

TAKE YOUR CHOICE"
(Continued from First Page)
sale of liquor was legalized and was
not a dishonorable business before the
people decreed otherwise. Law is
fundamental. The observance and
enforcement of law is fundamental.
Ther is no difference between a boot
legger and a thief. Both violate the
law.
"I am municipal judge of West
Palm Beach at this time. Who put me
in this office? Folk who want law en enforcement.
forcement. enforcement. They are getting what
they want, as my docket will show.
"Ornery, consistent and pretend to
be honest; that's me.
"I have never been a con man, po
litically or otherwise.
"A politician should have an ele elephant's
phant's elephant's hide. It remains to be seen
if Honorable Park and Honorable Bil-
lie are so blessed."
TONIGHT TEMPLE THEATER
Pauline Frederick in "The Sting of
the Lash." Special musical setting,
Temple orchestra, direction Herbert
N: Lord, violinist. 11-lt
FELIX JONES MURDERED
About midnight last night the peace
and quiet of North Pine street, in the
neighborhood of the county jail, was
broken by three shots. A negro liv
ing in the neighborhood found Felix
Jones, colored porter at the Florida
House, lying in the street in front of
his house. He immediately summoned
the police and a doctor.
Felix lived for about three hours
after the shooting. Before he died he
made a statement to Policeman Bron Bron-son,
son, Bron-son, in the presence of witnesses, ac accusing
cusing accusing Joe Watson of the shooting.
Felix was shot three times. He said
that he started running as soon as Joe
fired the first shot but that hit him
two more times before he fell. Two
of the wounds were in his legs and
the other bullet entered in the lower
part of his back.
Felix said the shooting was over a
woman. The woman was questioned
and said that Joe Watson had threat threatened
ened threatened to shoot her if she did not meet
him somewhere last night. Felix
stated that he was sure Joe used a
pistol in shooting him. The officers
placed Jos under arrest but were un unable
able unable to find any weapon on him or in
his house.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. 0. F..
meets every Tuesday 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.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
UNCLASSIFIP
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading "are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00, All accounts payable In
advanee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising account-.
FOR SALE One worm drive one-ton
Ford truck. All new tires. Runs
good and looks good. See this one
if you're in need of a truck. B. F.
Condon, f)cala, Fla. ll-6t
FOR RENT Apartment, sx rooms
and two sleeping porches, 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, AM
kinds of soldering. Auto Radiator
Repair Shop, 121 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, Ocala. 10-t5
CBYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN.' COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lra
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms ll desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
kath with hot and cold water; near
towH. 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 arg 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, FJa. 22-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

OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, 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 sireet.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
BANKRUPT SALE
Stock of merchandise of
ABSHIRE & HAMES
BELLEVIEW, FLA.
Sold at fen o'clock
Friday, April 13th, 1922
Edw. S. French, Trustee
Belleview, Fla.

THE AUCTIONEER,
will sell, for the highest dollar,
MY RESIDENCE, INCLUDING
FOUR LOTS,
Located on Fort King Avenue,

ednesday,-Aprfl .12L-

You're Invited to Inspect this
Property

TERMS: One-Half

and Two Years

After years of experimenting we've produced
the garment you've been waiting for. A drop drop-Beat
Beat drop-Beat Co-trail -with re-inforced band that
conceals the buttons and protects the body.

are made from best pre-.-!jruiik material
by skilled Union workers; and o clever-
ly is the drop-seat concealed thut there

can be no objection

appearance. Koomy, and will
not bind or rip. Iron-clad
guarantee. Ask you dealer.
'.'Made to Make Good"
Kahn Mfg. Co- Mobile, Ala.

S3
The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
2itmatrtij

WE PACK OUR MARC C ALA ICE CREAM

MARION COUNTY
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RAILHOAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of pass ger
trail 3 at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figu:ea pub-;s-hei
as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. - v
(Eastern Standard Time)
-EA BOARD AI!t LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
i :20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 m
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:1? pm Jacksonville 8:60 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
:55am NYork-St Petrstrg 1 :35am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 -.jb
- .60 pin Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1 :05 pm Tampa-St Peu sbrg 4:05 pm
ATL ANTIC COAST LINE ft. R.
Lcar Arrive
i :27 am Jacksonviile-N'York 2:33 ;jn
1:45 pm Jksonville Gainsville 3:24 pm
5:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Pets brg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbra Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunneIlor Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon Lkeland 11:03 pm
:30 pm Homo&asaa 1:25 pm
i0:15pm Lees burg 6:42 am
i :15 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday,x Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Satyrdav

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

FTWIICMo

Cash, Balance One i

l. h. mclean, owner Si

to their
as
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
ence in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROJiKJiT M MEYER,
Manager'
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor
ntrrnnn
so it can be sent to a considerable dis
tance 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.
A VISIT TO TnE CEMETESY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillfuf workmanship. "Our book of
deaijipis will be shown to any who plan
stone for their plot..
0cala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA

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