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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Friday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 70; this afternoon, 90.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:01; Sets, 6:55
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 88
AUSTRALIA LOSES 0001 KEEPS THE
BASEBALL MATTERS COMMITTEE IDE A
ARE LOOKING UP
COPS ORDERED TO
SHOOT TO KILL
Police, It Seems, Have Heretofore
Only Used Guns to Scare In
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 13. Shoot
to kill orders have been issued by
Chief of Police Calhoun, following
equipping every police station in the
city with riot guns, in an effort to
check the crime wave.
A REIGN OF TERROR
ON THE EAST COAST
Miami, April 13. More than one
hundred men are under arms at Home
stead and Florida City as the result
of the reign of terror there the last
ten days during which there have been
two incendiary fires, attempts to
burn other buildings and receipt of
threatening letters by the municipal
authorities and officials of the Home Homestead
stead Homestead Bank., Federal, state and coun county
ty county authorities have been appealed to.
The trouble started two weeks ago
with a general lockout against about
a dozen tomato packers who went on
a strike declared by four tomato
packing plants. One plant soon burn burned.
ed. burned. The bank which reecived the
threats finances the packing plants.
At the Meeting in Tallahassee to Dis
cuss Taxation with Equalizer
Tallahassee, April 13. The state
board of equalizers will meet here
April 18th to hear protests against
Dawson's order to increase the tax
assessment rolls in the various coun counties.
ties. counties. Duval so far is the only county
that has arranged for the hearing but
it is expected that Hillsborough and
others will have representatives pres present.
ent. present. THE BOYS ARE AT A PICNIC
The board of control meeting sched scheduled
uled scheduled for today was postponed until to to-morow
morow to-morow for lack of a quorum.
Sir Ross Smith, Preparing to Fly
Around the World, Lost His Life
In a Practice Flight
JAPS HAVE DRIVEN
CHITA TROOPS BACK
Tokio, April 13. (By Associated
Press). Japanese troops have driven
Chita government forces out of the
neutral zone between them and Vladi Vladivostok
vostok Vladivostok government troops, says a dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Vladivostok.
There will be a special address to
the Masonic fraternity at the Belle-
view lodge meeting tonight by Dr. J
H. Therrell of this ..city.. The Belle-
view lodge has extended Marion-Dunn
lodge and other members a special
invitation to be with it on this occas
ion and a number will attend. Those
not having conveyance will be provid
ed with transportation for the trip
by being at the Court Pharmacy at
7:30, at which time a number of mem
bers of Marion-Dunn will be on hand
Washington, April 13. (By the
Associated Press). The administra
tion tariff bill pending in the Senate
as assailed today by Senator Sim
mons, ot iNortn Carolina, ranking
democrat on the Senate finance com committee,
mittee, committee, as the "most unAmerican bill
ever framed." Every a cursory ex examination
amination examination indicates it is the highest
tariff bill ever written, he said. A
tariff more unsuited to present condi
tions, if we are to participate in
world trade, could not well have been
framed, said Senator Simmons.
JUST AS WE EXPECTED
San Francisco, April 13. Arbuckle
was freed today, the jury rendering a
verdict of acquittal yesterday after
being out six minutes.
London, April 13. (By Associated
Press). Sir Ross Smith, Australian
aviator who with his brother Sir
Keith Smith, had planned to start
from Croydon April 25th, on a flight
around the world, was killed when his
plane crashed to the ground in a prac practice
tice practice flight today. Lieut. Bennett, en engineer,
gineer, engineer, who planned to accompany the
brothers on the around the world
fl'ght, was also killed. The machine
which crashed was one the brothers
intended using on the flight.
SOVIET TYRANT WILL
GO TO GENOA
Genoa, April 13. ( (By Associated
Press). Nikolai Lenine, soviet pre premier,
mier, premier, will come to Genoa to replace
George Chitcherin as head of the
Russian delegation when negotiations
at the economic conference reach the
proper stage, newspaper say.
Everywhere You Go in Ocala You
Hear the Musical Sound of The
Hammer and the Saw, The
Trowel and the Ax
Practice Begins Monday Under The
Leadership of Burrie
BANK OF ENGLAND
London, April 13. (By Associated
Press). The Bank of England today
reduced its discount rate to four per
MAUNDAY THURSDAY AND
GOOD FRID4.Y AT GRACE
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HAVE AN ORCHESTRA
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Fraser have
returned from their wedding trip and
have gone to housekeeping in their
new home, corner East Third and
The public library will be .closed
the 25th, 26th and 27th of this month
during the absence of the librarian,
Miss Louise Gamsby. Miss Gamsby
will attend the Etate Library Associa Association,
tion, Association, which convenes in Tampa on
the 25th. During this time the library
will be closed for the spring "house "house-cleaning
cleaning "house-cleaning and a thorough renovation
All members of Ocala Lodge No. 19,
K. of P., should be in the Castle Hall
early every Monday evening, for the
lodge has organized a fine orchestra,
which plays several pieces before the
meeting begins. The orchestra Mon Monday
day Monday night consisted of Jack Williams,
piano; Robert Park, trombone; James
C-ilmore and Eddie Lopez, flutes; Dave
Melin, cornet. A number of excellent
pieces were executed to the great
pleasure of the hearers.
At Monday night's meeting, the
class now taking decrees Eddie Lo
pez, C." T. Entzian and P. E. Rawls
were admitted to the rank of page,
and will probably attain full knight
hood next Monday night.
Miss Dorothy Adams, a student at
the Cathedral School, Orlando, is at
home spending the Easter vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Mr. E. J. Collier accompanied by
Mrs. S. R. Pyles returned yesterday
afternoon from Daytona, where with
Mrs. Frances Collier they went Sat
urday. Mrs. Collier will remain at
Daytona until next week when she
will return with her other son, Mr.
Travis Collier, who expects to go over
to the beach Saturday.
Miss Dorothy Yonge of Jacksonville
is the guest of Mrs. Lester Lucas. She
will be here until Monday, when she
expects to return home, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Lucas. Mr. Lucas
is scheduled to sing Monday at the
reception at the Windsor hotel at the
opening of the Masonic Grand Lodge
Mrs. Mana Kitchens of Atlanta has
arrived at the Industrial School, to
INSTALLATION GF NEW
OFFICERS FOR ELKS
At Tuesday night's meeting, new
officers were instaleld for Ocala Lodge
No. 286, B. P. O. E., as follows:
Exalted Ruler, W R. Pedrick.
Leading Knight, S. M. Lummus.
Loyal Knight, Lawton Bailey.
Lecturing Knight, W. E. Melson.
Secretary, J. P. Galloway.
Treasurer, A. T. Thomas.
Tyler, Walter Perkins.
This strong and useful lodge is
steadily keeping up its good work,
and its increasing age brings it added
power and influence.
U. D. C. NOTICE
May I call attention to the service
to be held in Grace church Maunday
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, and
also announce the Good Friday serv services?
ices? services? They will be morning prayer,
with proper pst-3ms and lessons ifor
the day, and the ante communion serv service,
ice, service, at 10 a. m.
The service in commemoration of
the three hours' agony of our Lord
upon the cross from 12 m. to 3 p. m.
Who, of all those who profess and
call themselves Christians, but would
refrain from secular pleasures and
pursuits, if possible, on this solemn
day, and keep it with some special
devotion and meditation? And where
else would one spend those three sac sacred
red sacred hours save in the house of God?
If you cannot 'come for the whole
service, come for part of it.
John J. Neighbour, Rector.
SCOTCH HIGHLANDERS BAND
ENTERTAINED LARGE CROWD
The resrular monthly meeting
Dickison Chapter U. D. C, will be held
at the residence of Mrs. E. L. Carney
Friday afternoon at four o'clock.
Mrs. A. A. Winer,
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
Largest and best assortment ever
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
take the position of housekeeper of cn South Magnolia street, where we
The Temple theater was filled al-
most to its capacity last night to
hear the Scotch Highlanders Band of
St. Petersburg, under the direction of
Mr. Roy D. Smith. Ocala people sel seldom
dom seldom have the pleasure of listening to
j as fine a musical aggregation as the
Highlanders Band and their apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of the music was noticeable by
the amount of applause that each
number on the program brought
After playing a varied program the
band quitted the stage and resolved
itself into an orchestra for the the
vaudeville acts that followed. These
consisted of a comedy skating act by
Joe Kiljoy, a past master on roller
skates; Bobbie Broiller, who sang
Scotch songs to the delight of all
who love the land of Bobby Burns;
c Harold Stockton, whistling soloist and
bird imitator, who whistled like all the
birds you have ever .heard and some
others the average person is not ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with; George Freborough,
zylophonist; Joe Browning and Com Company,
pany, Company, in a one-act dramatic sketch,
and the Delh Mead troupe in classic
poses of famous sculptural master masterpieces.
pieces. masterpieces. All in all, the entertainment con consisted
sisted consisted of two hours of solid enjoyment
and the friends the Scetch Highland Highlanders
ers Highlanders made last night, added to those
they already had in Ocala, will wel welcome
come welcome them back any old time they
want to come.
the new dormitory. Mrs. Kitchens
has had much experience in such
work, and will doubtless prove a great
help to the superintendent.
Mr. J. E. Broome went to Orlando
Wednesday and brought back with
him his charming daughter Miss Erin,
and two of her girl friends, Misses
Mildred Keathley of Knoxville, Tenn.,
and Lois Fuller of Orlando, both
schoolmates of Miss Broome, at the
Cathedral school. These attractive
young ladies will be guests of Miss
Broome during the Easter holidays.
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.
THE WOMANLESS WEDDTNG
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at
the U U-10
10 U-10 -3t
EASTER BASKETS for the chil children
dren children at the GIFT SHOP. 12-3t
(L. T. I.)
It is difficult these days to find a
quiet neighborhood in Ocala. Every Everywhere
where Everywhere you go you are almost certain
to be within hearing of the rap of the
hammers and the scrape of the saws.
Probably no period in the history of
Ocala has seen such- a steady and
continuous building boom. A ride
about town shows scores of newly
completed houses and in practically
every section of the city you see
houses in course of construction, re remodeling
modeling remodeling or repairs.
On Earl street Mr. G. A. Richard Richardson
son Richardson is making extensive changes and
additions to his dwelling. When com completed
pleted completed this home will look like a new
one and will be one of the prettiest
and most convenient in town.
Just around the corner on Fifth
street the new home of Mr. Walter
Ray is rapidly assuming shape and
already gives an idea of what the
completed home will be.
The home of Mrs. S. A. Standley on
Oklawaha avenue is undergoing ex extensive
tensive extensive repairs.
On North Sanchez street Mrs. Cora
Neisler has recentlv completed her
On Tuscawilla street just opposite
the Woman's Club is the attractive
bungalow of Mrs. E. G. Hudnall,
which will soon be completed.
On South Tenth street the founda foundations
tions foundations are under way for the bungalow
of Mrs. M. E. Layne, which will be
constructed as rapidly as possible.
West of the hospital, in Hill View
addition, Mr. V. A. Hayes has just
completed his new home which is
very pretty and has a most ideal loca location
tion location with its view of the rolling coun country
try country out around Close's hill.
On North Magnolia street may be
seen the new and attractive little
bungalow belonging to Mr. W. S.
Mead. This little home is hardly
completed yet but it is being occupied
by the Mead family.
On Wenona street Mr. W. F. Mc Mc-Ateer
Ateer Mc-Ateer is making many improvements
on the Leonard Dozier home which he
In addition to these many dwellings
under construction and being remodel remodeled
ed remodeled there are a number of houses being
given a spring coat of paint and thus
not only helping their own looks but
beautifying the town.
In a commercial way the town is
also growing. Much construction
work is going on in the business sec section
tion section in addition to that which has
only recently been completed. Among
those recently completed it might' be
well to mention the new brick store
building on West Broadway erected
by Mr. Peter Costello and now occu occupied
pied occupied by the Lloyd Tobacco Company
and Mr. McGehee's Fairbanks-Morse
agency. This building is a solid and
well built structure.
Mr. E. C. Jordan has just finished
remodeling the building bought
him for his gent's furnishings store
and has one of the prettiest stores in
George MacKay & Company have
practically finished the new building
for their undertaking department. It
is a pretty, two-story brick building,
finished in stucco and will be arrang arranged
ed arranged in a most convenient manner for
the MacKay undertaking parlors.
Dr. J. E. Chace has recently reno renovated
vated renovated his warehouse on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street and has rented rooms to
C. V. Roberts & Company for their
undertaking parlors. These rooms
have been made very attractive and
add greatly to the appearance of the
Reconstruction of the MacKay,
Chace and Gerig buildings in the
block destroyed by fire is progressing
rapidly now and those store rooms
will soon again be ready for occupan occupancy.
cy. occupancy. Mr. H. W. Tucker is constructing a
large tomato packing house in the A.
C. L. freight yards. This is the
Will be J To rrroct naiVin(r VinriQ anvu'liprp in
this neighborhood. It is 205 feet
People of Ocala More Generous With
Their Money for a Good Cause
Than, with Their Presence
(L. T. I.)
Dr. Harry Walters talked over the
phone this morning with Burrie Bay Baylor
lor Baylor and arranged with him to be on
hand Monday afternoon to take charge
of the Ocala team. Every possible
effort has been made by the executive
committee of the baseball association
to secure a local man to manage the
team but they have been unable to
find a man who knew baseball and
had the time to air his knowledge so
they have decided to have Taylor
manage the team under the supervis supervision
ion supervision of the executive committee.
Practice will begin Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon and all aspirants for any posi
tion on the team are requested and
urged to be present at this practice.
Secretary C. C. Bryant of the asso association
ciation association has been instructed to write
each man who has signified his inten intention
tion intention of playing with Ocala and tell
him about the practice to be pulled off
Monday afternoon, but in case some
of you guys don't get the letter you
are hereby notified, invited and com commanded
manded commanded to be present at 4 o'clock
with your uniform or the next best
thing to. a uniform that you possess.
Ocala has good prospects for a
team and it is a relief to the fans to
see things start rolling next week.
Every baseball enthusiast in town has
been looking forvr.rd with interest to
the time when they could see a ball
team in the field and know that the
summer afterrccn?. will be filled with
exhibitions of the national sport.
Prospects are good this year. We
have a large percentage of the last
year men coming back and we have
some new material m town that is
going to come out for the team. Harry
Wood will likely do the receiving. He
is going to try out for catcher and
we see no reason why he should not
make the place if he goes as good as
he did last year. Jimmie Liddell will
be with us still, and you know Jim Jimmie.
mie. Jimmie. If you don't just ask Gordon
Epperson about him (nuf sed). Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Brooks, Leavengood and Fred
Luffman will be here. Burrie Taylor
is ours. Eddington who works with
the Autogenous Welding Company is
reputed to be a real pitcher. He will
be on hand Monday afternoon. Smith
at the Commercial Bank has played
ball with many of the best amateur
teams of Georgia and is supposed to
be a good infielder and a good hitter.
This looks like a good season is ahead
COUNTESS VON SCHIMON
SENT AUNT ANN THE COIN
As a sequel to a story printed in
the Star during January from Mr.
Archie Cuthill of Martel, the Star yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday received a letter enclosing a
five dollar bill to be handed to Ann
Mr. Cuthill's story was to the effect
that two young Ocalans who had lost
by their way while hunting in the Martel
section, accepted the hospitality of
Ann Bostick, a colored woman, and
promised payment for same a few
days later. However, the story ran,
the aforesaid young men forgot to
pay Aunt Ann. The letter received
was from Countess von Schimon, who
spent a portion of the winter in Ocala.
The five-spot has been forwarded to
Mr. Cuthill for delivery and though
Aunt Ann has waited quite a long
time for payment for her supper on
the above stated occasion, we trust
that she will regain her confidence in
The meeting held yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Chamber of Commerce
with Mr. G. C. Chapman, field repre representative
sentative representative of the Florida Traffic Equal Equalization
ization Equalization League, was not well attended.
A committee was named from those
in attendance, however, and today a
good-sized fund was raised among
the business men and shippers and
will be deposited with one of the
banks as trustee, to be paid over to
the Traffic Equalization League as di directed
rected directed by the members of the execu executive
tive executive committee of the league from
Ocala and Marion county. This ar arrangement
rangement arrangement was made so that Ocala
and Marion county would pay their
proportionate share but not more
than their share of the financing of
the organization. The committee that
raised the fund consisted of L. H. Pil Pil-lans,
lans, Pil-lans, C. G. Rose and J. M. Jackson.
The Florida Traffic Equalization
League was organized at Lakeland in
February and has its headquarters in
that city. It has been chartered un under
der under the laws of the state for the pur purpose
pose purpose of obtaining an equalization of
freight rates both intra-state and
interstate and to unite the efforts of
all the citizens, communities and or organizations
ganizations organizations in Florida interested in
the equalization of freight rates, and
to employ the necessary expert traf traf-fice
fice traf-fice men and attorneys to cany out
these urposes. It is the immediate
purpose of the traffic league to obtain
the establishment of rates based upon
the principle of the long and short
haul and having obtained this, it is
then to take up the problem of dis discriminatory,
criminatory, discriminatory, and high rates. At the
hearing before the Interstate Com
merce Commission in Atlanta, begin beginning
ning beginning May 22nd, it is the plan of the
league to have representatives who
will ask that the rates known as the
fourth section committee rates be put
into effect at once.
The officers of the Florida Traffic
Equalization League are: T. J. Ap Ap-pleyard
pleyard Ap-pleyard Jr., Lakeland, president; first
vice president, B. W. William, Brad Brad-entown;
entown; Brad-entown; second vice president, C. W.
Bartleson, Fort Myers; third vice
president, W. A. McKenzie, Leesburg;
fourth vice president, Thomas Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, Live Oak; fifth vice president,
Frank P. Goodman, Lake Alfred;
treasurer, J. L. Gibson, Lakeland;
secretary, Isaac Van Horn, Haines
City. Executive committee: T. J.
Appleyard, Lakeland; B. W. Williams,
Bradentown; C. W. Bartleson, Fort
Myers; W. A. McKenzie, Leesburg;
Thomas Hamilton, Live Oak; Frank
P. Goodman, Lake Alfred; J. L. Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, Lakeland; Isaac Van Horn,
Haines City; L. II. Pillans, Ocala; C.
H. Tedder, Live Oak; C. G. Rose,
Ocala; Leon Thompson, Mulberry; W?
F. Sneed, Lakeland; L. S. Harvard,
Live Oak; H. O. Sebring, Sebring; I.
T. Williams, Bradentown; R. J. Blank,
Lake City; J. S. Taylor, Largo; H. L.
Shearer, Ocala; Glover Taylor,
Gainesville; F. P. Toombs, Dade City.
If the fourth section committee
rates are put into effect, Ocala and
points in Marion county will have
their trade territories increased. Un Under
der Under the new system Ocala merchants
will be able to ship to -points north
and south of the city for some dis distance
tance distance before coming into competition
with Jacksonville and Tampa as at
present. All points south' of Ocala
will have higher rates than the rates
in Ocala, whereas at present water
competition points like Sanf ord and
Tampa enjoy rates much lower than
"The Womanless Wedding
given at Oxford, Fla., Friday evening.
April 21st, 1922, at the school house, j long and wm have a siding caapble
under the auspices of the Woman's j 0f having four cars ready for loading
Club, beginning at 8:30. Admission at one tjme With this packing house
20c. and 3oc. j Mr. Tucker expects to handle the
. vast crop of tomatoes that will be
FORDS FOR SALE j harvested in this vicinity this year.
A brand new Ford touring car. ; Mr. Tucker has control of quite a
A first class 1919 Ford touring car. large acreage himself and expects to
A Ford cut down or "skeeter." i pack for others who have no packing
Apply to R. R. Carroll, Ocala, 13-3t i house of their own. This building is
STUDEBAKER FOR SALE
being constructed so that it may be
used as a warehouse after the tomato
season. There will be four separate
rooms for warehouse purposes.
The Lewis-Chitty Company is still
planning to build its new warehouse
on its lot back of the express office
and is only waiting for the A. C. L. to
put m a siding before commencing
The construction work among the
white people is being followed by the
colored folk. Several new houses for
negroes have been built in the past
few months and more are under con construction.
struction. construction. A pretty little bungalow
is being finished near the ball park on
South 3IagnoIia street. Dr. Lee
Hampton is building a two-story
brick building on West Broadway.
This building will be used for a store
room on the first floor and Dr. Hamp- J
ton's dental offices on the second floor.
A 1921 model Studebaker Special
Six, fully equipped and in first-class
condtiion. Apply to Ocala Cadillac
Company, Ocala, Fla. 13-3t
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
Don't ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youH get the best made. 21-tf
New Toys at THE GIFT SHOP. St
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
Read the unclassified ads for profit.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922
have noticed that such letter
only in Florida, but other states
a large pronci tier, of the r.-eor-le that
Their writers are crn-
picss egtr.ts of the gen
tlemen who they write about," when
the truth is that it is seldom a sena senator
tor senator or representative ever sees or
rbHahed Every Day Kieept Sawiay
Si A R PUBLISHING COM PAN Y,
H. J. BlttlaKcr, Prenldent
H. D. Iavenffod, VIee-FretieMt
P. V. liCtvtoKood, secretary-'! reaarer : however, the feeling toward said cor-igre- :
rotjCLARK SURELY IS A CANDIDATE
r::tor .tar: i am tola it is cemg
,;ated that I will not 1-e a candi-
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
ready qualified and my name will be
on ;he ticket in the June prii.iary as
t speaks to one. Knowing as we do, ja crrriidate to succeed myself in Con-
J. H. Beajamia, iitlitor
Entered t Ocala, Fla.. postofflce as
coi.d-clat i matter.
BwalaeM O 'flce FlTe-Oae
Kdltarlal U-pirImeat Two-Stren
Society Ilei.orter Klve-One
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(Evening Star April 13, 1902)
The Tampa Herald is moving into
date for Congress this year. This re- ; riew aRj larger quarters with new ma ma-port
port ma-port is absolutely false. I have al-j chinery and linotypes and press serv-
icr which will prove one of the livest
y-jf 's in the state with Frank Wal Wal-,)v."
,)v." Wal-,)v." to push the editorial Faber.
Rev. C. H. Nash came up from Tam Tam-a
a Tam-a today to spend a few days with his
the month of May and until then I son ir G. A. Nash. Rev. Nash was
hope ray good friends will look after r--companied by his little son, Leslie.
purpose to speak m
F .nk Clark.
We continue to save some of our
friends from a good deal of ridicule
by not printing the poetry they send
us. There is about one person in one
hundred thousand able to write real
poetry and there are only thirty thou thousand
sand thousand people in Marion county.
It pays to face a threatened trou trouble.
ble. trouble. If a man stayed in front of a
hornet he would not be stung. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
Don't you think it. A hornet is like
a piece of field artillery the stinging
end comes last until ready to go into
A woman walked down the street
Saturday wearing a dress that ex extended
tended extended downward to her shoe tops,
and upward to her throat. There was
as much rubbering as when the socie society
ty society woman parades wearing just a
bodice. Orlando Repotrer-Star.
Yes, and if the women tried to go
back to long skirts and high necks,
the men would do most of the kicking.
The members of the House have
just shown remarkable adroitness in
the matter of the soldier bonus. They
have passed a bonus bill, or what an answers
swers answers for a bonus bill, and can come
before the country with a clear re record,
cord, record, The soldiers have their bonus,
so far as the House in concerned, and
not a cent of taxes has been imposed
on anybody. It could only be done
by very clever people, and, of course,
these clever people must be kept in
Congress. Miami Herald.
The Star has been rather suspicious
about that bill. It looked very much
like the House was passing the buck.
Several newspapers and a large
number of people have spoken about
the press agent stuff done by Mr. P.
H. McGowan and Mr. Louis Ludlow,
Washington correspondents, for Sen
ator Fletcher, Senator Trammell,
Representative Clark and other Flor Florida
ida Florida representatives. These gentlemen
make a business of looking up work
done by congressmen and sending
letters recording them to leading
papers of their states. The letters
are really interesting if looked at in
the proper light, and as truthful as
the average news matter, but we
Thus writes Thorn in the Kissimmee
There are things about the law and
the practice of law which the common
people the great mass of the ordi
nary folks cannot exactly under understand;
stand; understand; or, understanding, can see no
moral reason for the conclusions
Take, as an example, the recent
murder of the Seminole, Jack Tiger Tiger-tail,
tail, Tiger-tail, in Dade county. Every iota of
evidence was against the murderer,
Veder; in fact, there really was no
attempt made to show the culprit did
not commit the murder the evidence
of a Seminole, whose word is never
questioned, being accepted by the
Eut Veder has been granted a new
trial and because of what? Simply
because the jury brought in a verdict
of "guilty as charged" failing to
state the "degree" of the murder.
There was a recommendation for
mercy which automatically carried
with it a knockout of capital punish punishment
ment punishment and the substitution of life im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. There is the silliness of the law. The
intention of the jury was, no doubt,
excellent. The verdict was the only
one that could have conscientiously
been given. The indictment was for
"murder," and the members of the
jury found that the prisoner was
"guilty as charged." First, second,
fourteenth, or even twenty-second
degree mattered net to those men;
they had decided that Veder had com committed
mitted committed murder just as the indictment
stated and they said so. Then, as is
frequently the case, the jury added a
recommendation for mercy.
The lawyer for the defense was
clever and tactful. He scanned every
detail about the trial looked for ev every
ery every loophole by which his client could
be aided. Morally he knew, as did all
others, that his client was guilty but
there was a mere wedge of technical technicality
ity technicality which might be used to pry open
the case once more anil trust to a new
jury to reverse the findings of the
first one. He used it and the county
will now be put to the expense of an another
other another trial.
It is precisely such affairs as this
which create a contempt for the law
and the courts. The failure to ask a
man to name the county in which he
resides a wrong initial in the name
of a witness or a juryman a misplac misplaced
ed misplaced colon or comma all these little
things for which comnionsense would
provide an easy answer are taken as
a basis for the granting of a new hear hearing,
ing, hearing, or an appeal to the higher court
for a reversal. Ordinarily people de despise
spise despise such actions the defendant
alone is pleased. And he should be.
Edmund Burke, bora in 17f9, and
recognized as a master statesman,
orator and author, is quoted below:
"We are tenants at will of these
gentlemen (judges and lawyers) for
everything; and a metaphysical quib quibble
ble quibble is to decide whether the greatest
villain breathing shall meet his de deserts
serts deserts or escape with impunity or
whether the best man in the society
shall not be reduced to the lowest and
most despicable condition it affords.
In a word, my lord, the injustice, de delay,
lay, delay, purillty, false refinement and
affected mystery of the law is such,
that many who live under it come to
admire and envy the expedition, sim simplicity,
plicity, simplicity, rind equality of arbitrary
Another of the intricacies of the
high courts which cannot be easily
solved by the common people is the
sentence proposition. It may be pos possible
sible possible that the legal profession may
assert that it is not the business of
the common people numerous as
they are to understand professional
ethics and ail that sort of stuff; at
the same time one has a privilege to
wonder and remark. A boy, hungry
and destitute steals a loaf of bread
value ten cents. He is sent to jail
for three month?. An official steals
a couple of hundred dollars he goes
to jail for a year. A banker steals
a couple hundred thousand dollars
his state of a half-million he. too, j
Mrs. R. A. Green came to Ocala to to-dav
dav to-dav from Plant City, where she has
Washington. April 11. visiting her daughter, Mrs. T.
"OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM" j ;ir. and Mrs. T. J. Owens returned
today from Lake Weir, where they
A few days before Christmas, we have been spending the past two
stopped -on the street a little cart to week;
take a good look at the pruy b"by
who rode contentedly in it. We had
an interest in the baby, for its mother,
who was pushing the care, was i s'.rl
who we had watched grow almost I
from babyhood herself, and was a
member of a family of kind and j
faithful friends, it was a baby will j
worth looking at and we bent over it j
a minute to scan its face and jcok
into its eyes. Older people look deep
Mr. Peterman will go out on the
road for the wholesale and retail de-
nts of Mclver & MacKay.
cannot t?e made belter
Practically every dealer advertising candies advertises them as
best. It is easy for us to advertise along these lir.s for the very
simple reason that candies can net be better made than those we
stock. Made and packed by a hcuse known for quality and purity
for many, many years. There's a reputation behind the goods of
deliciousness in each case and there's pleasure in t:.ting. Boxes of
all sizes, all assortments and all popular prices.
We carry a full line of Norris Candy
"The Drug Store on the Square"
WE PACK OUR MARQC4IA ICE CREAM
;nto babies' eyes, for they are like
pellucid wells in which are pictured
the joys and st rows of a ec.mii.g
lifetime, and wt winder whtn w look
whether the sunshine or the shr. lows
The child was Frances Marian Dy Dyers,
ers, Dyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
G. Byers, and little we thought us wc
told the smiling young mother how
glad we were to make the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of her baby thac in leso than
four months we should have the sor sorrowful
rowful sorrowful duty of recording her passing
10 the realm where pain and soriow
snould lay no mark on hor brew as
she grew to full statu. o among th
There is this to reconcile us to the
death of a little child, that it is safe,
that is will ever grow in grace ai.d
beauty and be waiting in love' and
light for us as we go up from tl. i
other side of Joriu.n, leaving weari weariness,
ness, weariness, sadness and sin in the dark flood
we must struggle thru to jom aii vve
hold dear and sacred in a world
whose best is ever marred by weari
ness, pain and dread.
Little Frances was but two tarsi
old. How much the light of th" hci le
she was, other fathers and lnoihdS
know. She died Monday mora.n.',
after a short illness at the home of her
grandfather, Mr. W. S. Biay, on
North Magnolia street the second
grandchild Mr. Bray had to give up
in two months. The funeral services
took place Tuesday movniiig at the
home, Rev. C. W. White officiating,
and then the little body was tenderly
laid to rest in Greenwood annex. Sam
R. Plcs & Company had charge of
The bereaved parents have the deep
sympathy of all their friends and the
hope that the Great Healer will lay
his comforting hand upon their sor sor-i
i sor-i owing hearts.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Z.-cning Star April 13, 1912)
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon to attend the
Sa"r"fe3t and will be the guest of
Mr i Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
Mr. J. H. Dunn left this afternoon
for Green Cove Springs where he will
cr-pnd some time recuperating.
Mr. Snnford Jewett came up from
lakeland yesterday and returned
e today, accompanied by his wife
r id children, who have been spending
1 'o v.rk with Miss Meta Jewett.
Mr-;. E. G. Peek went to Jackson-
""IV today to meet her sister, Miss
f?eulah Hoobs of Hinton, W. Va., who
i 1 visit her.
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 th
most efficient service. Special terms
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Ou picture framing department is I
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The Star does not like to disagree
with Senator Fletcher, in whose good
sense and patriotism it has great con confidence.
fidence. confidence. But it cannot indorse his
stand on the Smith-Towner bill, which
it considers nothing less than another
step toward putting all the duties and
all the rights of the states and the
individuals in the hands of the federal
gf-vernment. All that the state should
do in this matter can be done by the
state of Florida, and should be done
by it. Turning it over to the federal
government will add to the number
of officials and to the weight of taxes.
If we don't back water on this busi business
ness business of the state or federal govern government
ment government doing everything the federal
government should do, we will soon be
bound up and bureaucrated as badly
as was Germany before the war.
end Them Your Eyes!
The Tampr Times in a well-writton
editorial on Mr. Bryan's refusal to
run, says in the beginning: "Mr.
Bryan stands out conspicuously as one
of the great men of the ?go a Chris Chris-thin,
thin, Chris-thin, a statesman, a man of wide vis vision
ion vision and great courage." And then
further on down it snvs: "It (the
Time?) believes, for one thing, that j
Mr. Bryan as a senator could bring
about the speedy reclamation of the j
p eat Everglades section by the fed-!
err.: pr.-err.vnent." omment is unnecessary.
When you want reliabb insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propo-si.k.n?
si.k.n? propo-si.k.n? offered by some of the strong stronger
er stronger omr?n:?- ir th lar.d.
- l-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
TpVERY Time you see an advertisement,
someone is talking to you. He doesn't
intrude, he doesn't shout, he doesn't argue.
He simply tells you about something he feels
will interest you in a way that, he thinks
will please you.
There are many advertisements in this pa
per, theretore at lenst that many persons I
talking to you. But you have only to listen
to one at a time, calmly, at your leisure.
They'll tell you many a thing you'll w.nt to
know, give you many a pointer on careful
buying, tell you just where to go for some something
thing something you want, and altogether save you
countless steps and many pennies.
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Whenever some fellers try to
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re-eiccted to ms nosition or to an
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the actions of the courts, either ver-j Beach Suits, assorted patterns, $12.50. (
Ma'ever, Goldman's old stand, cf
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Meanwhile, to Harriet had come the ;
bitterest hour of her life. She had ;
reached a crossroads, and with steady j
fingers and an anguished heart she
prepared for the only step that to her
whirling brain and shamed soul
seemed possible. She must disappear.
There was no alternative.
She had harmed them all. they could
only think of her now as an unscrupu unscrupulous
lous unscrupulous and mischievous woman who had
by chance entered their lives when
they were all in desperate need of wis wisdom
dom wisdom and guidance, who had played
her own contemptible game, and added
one more hurt to the hurt reputation
of the house of Carter.
Harriet got out of her evening gown
and into a loose wrapper. She went
about somewhat aimlessly, yet the
suitcases, spread open (Jn the bed,
were gradually filled, and her per personal
sonal personal possessions gradually disap disappeared
peared disappeared from tables and walls. Now
and then she stopped short, heartsick
and trembling; once her lips quivered
and her eyes filled, but for the most
part she did not pause.
Nina, at about eleven, had come to
the door iretween their rooms, and
opened it. The girl was undressed,
and for a few moments she watched
Harriet scowllngly, with narrowed
"Are you going away?" she said,
presently. Harriet brought heavy
eyes to meet hers, and stood consider considering
ing considering a minute, as if bringing her
thoughts back a long distance.
"I going away? Yes," she said,
slowly. "Yes, I may."
Nina stood watching, which seemed
vaguely to trouble Harriet, who gave
her a restless glance now and then as
he went to and fro. Presently she
spoke to Nina again.
"Good-night!" snapped Nina, and
the door slammed.
Harriet continued to move about for
perhaps half an hour before Nina's
odd manner recurred to her, on a wave
of memory, and she seemed to hear
again Nina's ungracious tone.
"He told her!" she said, suddenly.
"She saw Royal, and he told her 1 Poor
And she went to Nina's room, with
a vague idea that she would sit beside
the weeping girl for awhile, one heavy
heart close to the other, even if no
words could pass between them.
But Nina lay sleeping peacefully,
and Harriet, after watching her for a
few minutes, went back to her own
room. She went to the open window,
and stood staring absently out at the
dark summer night, the great branches
of the trees moving in the restless
wind, and the oblong of dull light that
still fell from the library window.
She could not see the. horror as
Richard saw it : she could not see her herself
self herself as only a mistaken woman, a
woman with youth, beauty, and intel intelligence
ligence intelligence pleading for her, one problem
more in his life, it Is true, but only
one among many, and not the greatest.
She did not see him as he saw himself,
his family as the somewhat trouble troublesome,
some, troublesome, and yet quite understandable,
group of selfish human beings In whose
perplexities he had always played the
part of arbiter.
To Harriet the thing loomed momen momentous,
tous, momentous, unforgiving, incalculable. It as assumed
sumed assumed to ber the proportions of a mur murder.
der. murder. Richard, In her estimation, was
not what he thought himself, a some somewhat
what somewhat ordinary man In the forties
whose life had already held poverty
and disillusionment and wholesome
disappointment, whose nature had
been tempered to humor and generos generosity
ity generosity ind philosophy: to Harriet, he was
tlu richest, the finest, the most deserv deserving
ing deserving of men, and she the adventuress
who had brought his name down to
shame a id dishonor.
1'ntll two o'clock she was wretched wretchedly
ly wretchedly busy in soul and body. When the
last of her personal possessions was
packed, and when she was aching from
hen to foot, she took a hot bath, and
crept Into bed.
Put not to sleep. The feverish
agonies of shame and reproach held
her. She was pleading with Richard,
phe w as talking to Nina she was mak making
ing making little of It making much of it
she was savins a reluctant "yes yes
yes !" to their questioning.
At four o'clock she dressed herself
again, half-mad with headache and
fatigue, and went out Into a world
that was Just beginning to brighten In Into
to Into faint shapes and colors.
A steamer moved majestically up
the river, the smoothly widening wake
spread from shore to shore ; pink light
showed at one cabin window ; and into
Harriet's somber thoughts came unbid unbidden
den unbidden the u'ture. of a yawnlnz cook.
EASTER CARDS at THE GIFT
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 3-8t
atumnlihg "about a:TIT his soot-blackened
pots and pans.
With the mornin?. the peace of a
conquered spirit fell upon her. She
had thought it all to an ending at
last. It seemed to Harriet that never
In her life had she thought so clearly,
so truly, so bravely. Her duty to
Richard, to his children, to Linda; she
had faced them without fear and with without
out without deception, tasting the humiliating
truth to its bitter dregs, planning the
few short interviews that must pre precede
cede precede her leaving them all forever.
For Harriet emerged from the fur furnace
nace furnace the mistress of her own soul.
She had bee'n wrong; she had been
weak; she had been contempt lb'.- '.ur
not so wrong or weak or contemptible
as they would think her. She would go
on her way now, the braver for the
lesson and the shame. And what they
thought of her must never shake again
her own knowledge of her own In Innocence.
nocence. Innocence. Go on her way to what? She did not
know. But she neither feared what the
future might hold nor doubted It. She
could make her own way from a new
beginning. "But before I go," said
Harriet, resolutely, "I must tell hini
that I'm sorry. And I must ask Nina
to forgive me."
She turned, and buried her face In
the thick, soft sleeve of her coat But
"Where Have You Been?" Said
Richard, Sharply, Then, "You Look
she did not cry long, and when Jen Jensen,
sen, Jensen, the boatman, came out on the dock
at seven, the lady he knew to be his
new mistress was sitting composedly
enough on her bench, studying the now
glittering and sparkling river with
Harriet nodded to him, and rose
somewhat stiffly, to go up to the house.
She mounted the brick steps with a
thoughtfully dropped head the
straight shafts of the sunlight were
making It Impossible to face the house,
in any case and so was within three
feet of Richard Carter before she saw
He looked fresh, hard, even young,
in his white flannels. They stood look looking
ing looking at each other for a moment with without
out without speaking.
"Where have you been?" said Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, sharply, then, "You look ill !"
Tears, despite her desperate resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, suddenly stung Harriet's eyes.
And yet her heart leaped with hope,
"I wanted to see you, Mr. Carter,"
she faltered. "I couldn't sleep very
well. I've been down at the shore. But
later any time will do I"
"You couldn't sleep !" he exclaimed
with quick sympathy. He looked from
her about him, as If for a shelter for
her emotion. "Here," he said, "come
down the steps a bit. I was going
down to the court for a little tennis;
Ward may follow me, but he won't be
dressed for half an hour yet. Sit down
here; we can talk."
They had come to the marble bench
on the terrace, where Isabelle and An Anthony
thony Anthony Pope, sheltered by these same
towering trees and low brick walls,
bad had their talk a year ago. Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, to her own consternation, felt
that she was In danger of tears.
"I I hardly know how to say It,"
she began, "But but you know how
ashamed I am!"
"I know I know how you feel I"
Richard said with a sort of brief sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. "I'm sorry But you know
you mustn't take this all too hard. I
didn't I was thinking of this last
night; I didn't ask you for well, any
more than you gave me. In this mar marriage
riage marriage of ours. Your divorce was your
The girl's tired eyes flashed.
"There was no divorce I" she said,
"No divorce T' he echoed with a puz puzzled
zled puzzled frown.
"I want to tell you about It!" she
said. But the tears would come again.
"I'm tired!" Harriet said, childishly,
trying to smile. "I've been up walk walking.
ing. walking. I couldn't sleep!"
The consciousness that he had been
able to forget the whole tangle, and
sleep sound'ly. irnve Richard's voice a
little compunction as he said:
"You don't have to tell me now.
We'll find a way out of it that is easy
for every one
"No, but let me talk!" Harriet, In
her eagerness, laid her fingers on his
wrist, and he was sh,o-Vedo feel that
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they ffer Icy cold. "'I ant to tell
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understand!" she said, eagerly. Rich- j
ard looked at her In some anxiety; j
there was no acting here. The rich ,;
hair was pushed carelessly from the ;
troubled forehead. She was huddled
In the enveloping cost, a different fig- 1
ure indeed from his memory of the
superb and angry girl of last night In j
the library lamplight. j
"Mr. Carter, I never knew my moth- ;
er she began. But he interrupted j
"My dear," he said. In a tone he j
might have used to Nina. He laid his j
warm, fine hand on hers, and patted
it soothingly. "My dear girl. If you
feel that you would like to go to that j
motherly sister of yours If you feel
that It would be wiser j
"Oh, I am going to Linda at oncer i
Harriet said, feverishly, hurt to the
souL "I had planned that! But but
won't you let me tell you?" she plead pleaded.
ed. pleaded. She had framed the sentences a
hundred times in the long nlsrht; they
failed her utterly now, and she groped
for words. "I was only three years
old when my mother died." she said.
"Of course I don't remember her I
only remember Linda. I was shy, my
father was a professor, we were too
poor to have very much social life. I
lived In books, lived In my father's
shabby little study really ; I never had
an intimate girl friend! Linda was
always good anerellcally good talk talking
ing talking of the Armenian sufferers, and of
the outrages In the Congo, and of the
poor In New York's lower East side
she never cared that we were poor,
and that we hadn't clothes!"
"I know I know!" Richard's eyes
were smiling, as if ho knew the pic picture,
ture, picture, and liked it.
"Well, Linda married when I was
ten, and Josephine came, and then
Julia came. I still lived for books and
babies. But, unlike Linda. I cared."
Harriet's whole face glowed ; she
looked off Into space, and her voice
had a longing note. "I cared for
clothes and good times I" she said. "I
adored the children, but I dreamed
of carriages maids glory achieve achievements!
ments! achievements! I knew that other women did
T remember feeling that way I"
, . . ....
Richard commented, mildly, as she
"Well," Harriet said, "I met Royal
Blondln one night. He lived In our
town Watertown. He had a dreadful,
artificial sort of mother. My sister
didn't approve of her at all. A friend
of his named Street was an artist, and
he had a nice little wife, and a baby,
and they lived In a big, bernlike sort
of studio. It seemed wonderful to me.
They loved each other, and their baby,
but they were so free! They would
have the whole crowd to dinner,
twenty of us, bread and red wine and
macaroni and music and talk; It was
wonderful or I thought so! It was
so different from Linda's ideas, of
frosted layer-cake, and chopped nuts,
and Five Hundred. I loved the studio,
and they they all loVed me, and he
Royal loved me especially. He used
to talk about Yogi philosophy and
Oriental religions and poetry, and aft after
er after awhile It was understood among
them all that he loved me. and I him.
And we were engaged. Of course
Linda suspected, and there was oppo opposition
sition opposition at home, but in the studio, help helping
ing helping the Streets get their suppers, It
seemed so right so simple! Royal
paid he did not believe In the orthodox
ceremony of marriage. He argued that
no one could live up to its promises,
and I believed him. Miriam Street,
the artist's wife, was a poet, and she
wrote the ceremony by which we were
married. We had a big supper, and
they were all there, and this poem
this marriage poem was beautiful. It
was published in a magazine, after afterward,
ward, afterward, and called 'A Marriage for True
I Remember Feeling That Wayl"
Richard Commented, Mildly, as She
Lovers.' It had a part for the woman
to say, and a part for the man, and
j Royal and I said those, and then it
had a part for the woman's friend,
and the man's friend, and for alfoafcir
friends. And then there was a promise
that when love failed on either side,
the two were free, to keep the memory
of the perfect love unstained by the
She paused; Richard did not peak.
She had told him this mnr-h in n sim simple,
ple, simple, childish voice, a voice that va an
echo of that old time, he kn'.v. Pres Presently
ently Presently she went on.
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WE DO NOT
WE DO SELL
IT IS GOOD
IF IT IS
W. H. MARSH, Prop.
Intention to Apply for Charter
The Bonita Fishing Club
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the judge of
trm circuit court for Marion county j
it, the 9th day of May, 1922, for a i
cnarter incorporating the- undersigned I
into a body politic under the name i
i nd style of THE BONITA FISHING
CLUB, which said proposed charter is
now on file in the office of the clerk
cf the circuit court for Marion county, i
1 lorida. j
The character and object of the
corporation to be formed is: To pro-1
mote and foster interest in out of door
, sports, especially angling and hunt-
1 nig, and to provide suitable means and
j opportunity for the enjoyment there-
of by the members of the club.
T. T. Munroe.
T. P. Drake.
J. H. Spencer.
B. F. McGraw.
P. V. Leavengood.
H. M. Hampton.
4-5-Thur E. H. Martin.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
I Mil (EldDW
Saturday, April 15, beginning
at 1:30 p. m., at the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair Grounds, there will be an
interesting racing program to be
participated in by some of the
best known and speediest horses
in the United States. The follow following
ing following are the names of the horses
and their owners:
FREE FOR ALL Trot or Pace
BELL ALCANTARA, (2.0214" Owner, L. May, Savannah, Ga.
MACK PONTER, (2:14i4) Owner, C. L. Angel, Xcala, Fla.
LADY T., (2:131i) Owner, J. E. Turner, Orlando, Fla.
MARY CECIL WATTS, (2:13 Vi) Owner, George Fisher, Nashville
MARY JANE, (2:mi) Owner, John Tuttle, Oklahoma City, Okla.
2:20 Pace or Trot
NUTLAND PATCH, (2:24 i ).. .Owner, Harry Kanner, Orlando, Fla.
TEXO, (2:16U) Owner, George Purham, Pokomoke City, Md.
PAT VOLA, (2:24) Owner, Geo. Fisher, Nashville, Tenn.
CANNON PATCH, (2:15) Owner, Mrs. N. Jensen, Indianapolis
2:30 Trot or Pace
DIRECTUM GIRL Owner, M. E. Albritton, Weirsdale, Fla.
SENATOR L., (2:29U). .. .Owner, Geo. Purham, Pokomoke City, Md.
OCALA BOY Owner, A. D. Smith, Ocala, Fla.
CHRISTMAS Owner, J. W. Smith, Ocala, Fla.
JESS WILLARD Owner, J. J. Tipton, Ocala, Fla.
ORA LEE Owner, John Good, Ocala, Fla.
HAZEL BECK, (2:29U) Owner, D. Lockhart, Orlando, Fla.
i ADMISSION 35c.
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JUDGE THE QUESTION
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Plumbing or Electrical Work
.NEED II AM BROTHERS
OPPOSITE HARRINGTON HALL
Estimates Cheerfully Given
ONLY EXPERIENCED HELP USED
BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows ana
mill work and will save yon
enough to make the effort worth
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO,
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman and
daughter, Mrs. Frank J. Huber, of.
Connelton. Ini.. are guests of Mr. and.
Mrs. Chris Sehlemmer at their home
on East Adams street. Mrs. HuberV
many (Xala friends are delighted to
welcome her return visit to the city,
as she was fur a number of years a
resident here. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer Zimmerman
man Zimmerman are also weli known here, having
spent quite a number of winter sea seasons
sons seasons in Oeaia.
I S W I N G
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
NEW EASTER SHOWING
OF YOUNG MEN'S MODELS
Mrs. Raymond Bullock is spending
few davs in Jacksonville.
EASTER CARDS at
Easter post cards 1 cent, the best
it value over for the money. The Spe-
i-!c:aity ishop, A. E. Gerig.
Mr. Don Mclver is visiting his
daughter Miss Frances, at her school
in North Carolina.
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome roils are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
ery froc-ery store. 25-tf
EASTER BASKETS for the chil children
dren children at the GIFT SHOP. 12-3t
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prtvail where our
JH bread and rolls are made. Come and
5 I see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
in a fe
de Keeffe expects to leave
weeks for a summer visit to
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
L- a beauty you will like it. tf
There's no extra charge for clean clean-Tig
Tig clean-Tig your fish at the City Fish Market,
'hone 158. tf
Mrs. J. M. Thompson has returned
home from Jacksonville, where she
has spent the past week with her son,
Dr. T. C. Thompson.
lAftjOriCD AT rASrllOM PARK
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
Silks, Gabardines, Tropicals, Realig
STRAW HATS RR PARTICULAR MEN
SPECIALS FOE SATURDAY 0NLY
500 MEN'S FINE DRESS SK1KTS HALF PRICE
New assortment of styles, colors and
sizes in genuine Palm Beach Suits at
SI 2.50. Joseph Malever, Goldman's
old stand. 7-tf
Q. R. S. Player Music at THE GIFT
Mr. Geo. T. Lewis, the clever man man-acer
acer man-acer of the Bonita clubhouse, down on
the gulf, near Port Inglis, was in
the city Tuesday.
Always eat the best bread; the way
to get it is to ALWAYS ask for Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Butternut Bread. 25-tf
Easter card- the Gibson line, The
Specialty Shop. A. E. Gerig.
The many friends of Mrs. Frank
Thompson, formerly Miss Nellie Gott Gottlieb,
lieb, Gottlieb, of Lakeland, are looking forward
will; pleasure to her visit to Ocala.
She will arrive axbout the 25th of the
month and visit with her friends.
Mr. Thompson, who will accompany
his wife to Ocala. w:ll then go to New
Orleans and durinjr his absence Mrs.
Thompson will stay in Ocala.
See our new White Kid Cleopatra j
Sandals. All sizes and widths. Guar-
antee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y.
M. E. O. D. 4-7-tf v
IT'S NOT TOO EARLY
TO THINK OF YOUR
Easter Millinery Necessities
We are Proud of Our Selections for
the 1922 Easter trade, and await an
opportunity to show the many new
creations in our line.
Affleck Millinery Parlor
111 East Broadway
Army Corn Beef Hash at the U-j
SERVE STORES. 10-3t i
Mrs. Allen Bridges expects to leave
Wednesday for Jacksonville, where p.
she will join her aunt, Mrs. Lucy Hay- j V;
good and go to Washington, D. C, to j
attend the National D. A. R. confer- sg.
er.ee. lhey are anticipating tne trip
and conference with much pleasure
nr, will remain in Washinp-ton over
r-aster fcunuav. oamesvuie bun. ;-t;
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
PHONE 2 43
Ladies' and men's bathing suits In
novelty weaves, II wool. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Cook's Market aea Grocery
... ... U -- -.V -.I.-
New Irish potatoes 75 cents a peck
at the U-SERVE STORES. 12-3t
250 STRAW HATS, VALUES UP TO $1.00-
Miss Juliette Ward leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a visit to St. Augustine. She
will go via the Daylight Line and the
New Spring Furnishings With Individuality
Ladies9 Stioesf Ladles' $
BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR STYLES
White Kid Grecian, Spanish Heel
Fawn and Brown Suede Combination
Patent and Grey Combination Sandals
Grey Suede Grecian Sandals
Patent Pumps and Ivory Trimmings
Brawn Suede Two Straps, Junior
Patent Sandals. Cuban Heel
Black Satin in Cleopatra Sandals
Pick Yours Now While We Have Your 2
f he 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
New Irish potatoes 75 cents a peck
at the U-SERVE STORES. 12-3t
Sid Whaley's many friends are glad
to see him in his store. The south
side of the square doesn't look natur natural
al natural without Sid.
Mr, Phillip Murphy, now of Avon j
Park, arrived in Ocala yesterday and
returned todav. Mrs. Murphy aecom-
panied her husband to Avon Park, ;
where in the future they will makej
with regret that
Ocala gives up this couple. No two
young people have ever
welcome in Ocala.
Apalaclacola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
Citv Fih Market. Phone 158. tf
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
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
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
i stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
Dress up your Easter gifts with i y
those attractive seals at The Specialty i B
Shop, A. E. Gerig. B
Mrs. W. B. Moore and Mrs. Welsh j H
Wheeler left this mornine in the for- I tt
rner's car for their home in
after a week's visit in Ocala with Mrs
Mrs. J. R. Dewey, S
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yareiu livery modern conven
icnce in each rf m. Dining
room sei vice is second to none.
THE GIFT SHOP.
If you'll try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that you 11 be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
Size and Style
i Mrs. W. S. Gouch of Charlottsville,
Va., left for her home today after a
pleasant visit in Ocala with her
friend, Mrs. H. W. Henry.
LET US SHOW YOU
Y. M. B. O. I).
" Style Headquarters
S SHOE C0.1
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
We have your size, your choice in
color and style. Palm Beach suits.
Joseph Malever, Goldman's old stand.
ptaa sasa rx
PROOFS a wl'
Negotiable Storage Rec.
mov., pack. s:ni
PIANOS, BAGC. .''";: .''";:-MACHINERY.
MACHINERY. .''";:-MACHINERY. FURNITURE, KIC.
Ms J-suid on Cotton, Automobiles, fftr.
LONG DISTANCE a!0VINC
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51 J
A complete line of
in the latest shades end styles
now on display
Style Hat Shop
Miss Rena Smith
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and j
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and H
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store, i 2
Ocala. Fla. tf
Our EASTER CARDS are now on
display. Make your selection early i
while the stock is complete. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Geri?. 8-6t j
ROIH-RT M. MKYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
The better you care fori
eyes the better j
your eyes will care for j
r i, i i i
Ksiiii ue j-iui ciiast'u xiuiji uiiex unijr.
Terms can be arranged. This is a
good investment for somebody, and
house is now rented. Do not answrer
unless you mean business. Address
P. O. Box 293. 4-12-0t
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician
(RATES uncler this heading are as;
follows: Maximum of six lines one time'
-7jc: three times SOe; six times 75c; one
t -'TUh :' All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg-
u!ar aavtrtisiny account?.
LOST St-verai keys in leather key;
holder. Please return to E. J.
Moughton care George MacKay &
V I O L I N INSTRUCTION H. N.
Lord, graduate of Boston Conversa Conversa-tory
tory Conversa-tory of Music. P.oom 8, Merchants
FOR RENT Apartment, six rooms
i and two sleeping porches, furnished j
or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. H. j
H, Harold or Mrs. J. W. Dumas, tf I
RADIATOR REPAIRING Let me
! fix that leaky radiator. Expert
l workmen. Work guaranteed. Fen-
i der and body work a speciality. All j
' kinds of soldering. Auto Radiator
j Repair Shop, 121 West Brpad-
way, Ocala. 10-t5
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
-OF YOUR PROPERTY. Send
forur TROPICAL PLANT1NQ
BOOK, compiled by landscape ex?
perts. They know what will grow
best in different sections of the state,
They have beautified tne test estate
in Florida. Their best efforts are
shown in this book sent FREE pq
Royal Palm Nurseries
Box i 5S,Oneco, F.ori44
WANTED To rent piano for music;
studio. Address II. N. Lord, care;
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar-j
ranged for light housekeeping; has s
bath with hot and cold water; near j
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave-!
:tar, Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE One Ford touring body,;
vnrA tnfp rnndJ. one Ford roadster body. Can be
tion. Also want Holstein calves
three weeks to six months old. B.
Hahn. Ocala. Fla. 12-lt
; seen at Adams & Morrison garage,!
Oklawaha Ave. 31-12t
I BOX LABELS We are equipped for
FOR SALE One worm drive one-ton i furnishing the fruit and vegetable!
Ford truck. All new tires. Runs! growers with box labels in one orj
good and looks good. See this one- more co'ws cf ink at reasonable!
vnu're in r.eedof a truck. B. F.l Prices cn short notice. Star Pub- i
Wanted Live Wire Agents
We need wide-awake men and
women to act as agents in the
state of Florida for a remark remarkable
able remarkable Self-ireating Hot Water
For full particulars about this
well-paying proposition, ad address
dress address Ed. Gross, Mgr., Radio
Sales Co., Box 17, West Palm
j Condon, Ocala, Fla.
lishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
FOR SALE A nicely located two- j BOX LABELS We are equipped f or j
story, she room house with all mod-'i furnishing the fruit and vegetable 1 9
ern conveniences; clothes closets
and fireplaces in every room; large
hallways; good garage; large lot
and on a desirable street, close in.
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
growers with box labels in one or mm
more colors of ink at reasonable j " 1 Z?f
prices en short notice. Star Pub- Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery,
lishing: Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf Is a beautyyou will like it. tf
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