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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA

EVENING

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LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Saturday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 64; this afternoon, 86.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:00; Sets, 6:55.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 83
T
BATTLE OVER
THE IIAVY Bill
EXPECT TO FIGHT
ALL DAY EASTER
IHPOITAIIT IJEETIOS
EASTER SUNDAY
THURSDAY EVENH

AM

II WEATHER

HUliEDS LOST
ALL THEY HAD

BIG CITY IS AT
KY OF BAITS

AIITI-BOBZE IIAVY
FOR THE PACIFIC

AH Sensible Congressmen Object To
a "Lame Duck" Navy for
America

Washington, April 14. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). House members lead leading
ing leading the fight for an 86,000 enlisted
force amendment to the navy bill
launched an effort today to prevent a
vote on it tomorrow when a big part
of the membership will be absent from
Washington.
TO VOTE TOMORROW
At the last moment plans were
changed and no attempt will be made
to force over until next week the vote
on the contested section. The indica indication
tion indication is that a vote will be taken to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Chairman Kelly, in charge
of the measure, announced his inten intention
tion intention to proceed and let the vote on the
personnel section come when it is
reached.
The big navy men said the number
of democrats attending the funeral in
North Carolina of Representative
Brinson would about offset the num number
ber number of New York members arranging
to go home tonight.
MYSTERIOUS
DISAPPEARANCE
OF MUCH MONEY
Catania, Sicily, April 14. (By the
Associated Press) The mystery sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the theft of eleven million
lire from the bank here a week ago
was cleared today by the confession
of a bank guard.
CARMICHAEL-IIOAG
Columbus Carmichael of Ocala, one
of the best known men in the state,
and Miss Helen Hoag, formerly of
Minneapolis, and later of Lake Worth,
were married at three o'clock yester
day afternoon by Rev. H. C. Summers,
in the castor's studv at the First
Methodist church. The bride was at attended
tended attended by her parents, Mr. and Mrs
W. R. Hoag, and the groom by Joe
L. Earman. The rine service was
used. After the ceremony the party
returned to Lake Worth, whence, aft
er a short stay they will go on a hon
eymoon trip and then to Mr. Carmi
chael's farm, three miles from Silver
Springs, near Ocala. Mr. Carmichael
if the owner of a steamboat line on
the Oklawaha river and.of the world world-famous
famous world-famous Silver Springs, the largest
spring in the world, which is visited
by thousands of tourists. It was
while Mr. and Mrs. Hoag and their
daughter were visiting Silver Springs
as tourists that Miss Helen and Mr.
Carmichael met. The acquaintance
was pursued by several visits to Lake
Worth, where the Hoag family has a
winter home, and the romance culmi
nated in the wedding yesterday. Mr.
Hoag is a retired business man who
for many years spent his winters in
California. He haS bought property
on South Q street, Lake Worth, and
will make his permanent home
there. Palm Beach Post.
When the Silver Springs docked last
night atSilver Springs, there were a
.number of friends of Mr. Carmichae
who had heard of his recent mar
riage and they had gathered to
welcome him and his bride. Mr. and
Mrs. Carmichael went immediately to
the Carmichael farm where they wil
make their home for the summer. The
friends of genial "Ed" Carmichael
and they are many, will join the Star
in wishing all happiness to him and
his bride.
MASONIC MEETING
Marion-Dunn Lodge F. & A. M. was
well represented at the meeting of
Belleview lodge last evening to hear
the address of Dr. J. H. Therrell.
number of Masons from other lodges
nearby were also in attendance.
The Ocalans who went to fra
ternize with their Belleview neighbors
were A. C. Blowers, C. C. Bennett
G. T. Condrey, Fred W. Cook, G.
Crowes, R. L. Carter, Roger Dodd, C
P. Grimley, P. V. Leavengood, I.
Sheppard, J. H. Therrell, Sam T. Wil
son and L. E. Yonce.
After the ceremonies the visitors
were served with Marocala ice cream
and real home-made cake.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
The Woman's Club will hold its reg regular
ular regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at
the club house at 3 o'clock. The pro program
gram program will be in charge of Mrs. E. A.
Osborne, chairman of the health com committee.
mittee. committee. NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All members of Fort Xing' Camp,
W. O. W., should attend the meeting
in the K. of P. hall this evening. A
class of candidates is to be initiated
and there is much other important
wor kto do. The meeting begins at

tappers with Brilliant Bonnets And
Diaphanous Dresses Will be Out
In Full Force

(Associated Press)
Washington, April 14. The muck
criticised flapper found-" a friend to
day in the weather bureau which indi indicated
cated indicated she might go forth on Easter
wearing a bright-colored tweed suit
and periwinkle hat without fear of
ain. General fair weather is preditc preditc-d
d preditc-d for Sunday east of the Mississippi
river.
SENATOR FLETCHER'S VIEWS
ON TOWNER-STERLING BILL
Washington, April 12 When asked
regarding the provisions of the
Towner-Sterling bill and his attitude
toward same, Senator Fletcher of
Florida said:
The bill proposes to create a de
partment of education, to authorize
appropriations for the conduct of said
department, to authorize appropria
tion of money to encourage the states
in the promotion and support of edu education.
cation. education. Under its terms the federal gov
ernment would aid the states in cer
tain specified particulars, namely: in
the matter, first, of the remoral of il-
iteracy; second, the Americanization
of immigrants; third, providing bet
ter instruction, etc., in rural schools;
fourth, promoting physical education;
and, fifth, the preparation of compe competent
tent competent teachers for the public schools.
"The bill does not provide any
standard or authorize the secretary of
education to prescribe any standard;
on the contrary, it is provided, with
reference to each of the purposes for
which appropriations are authorized,
tjiat, 'the state and local educational
authorities of said state shall deter
mine the courses of study, plans, and
methods of carrying out the purposes
of this section within said state in
accordance with the laws thereof.'
It is further provided that, 'all the
educational facilities encouraged by
the provisions of this act and accepted
Dy a state snail De organized, super
vised and administered exclusively by
the legally constituted state and local
educational authorities of said state,
and the secretary of education shall
exercise no authority In'relation there
to; and this act shall not be con
strued to imply federal control of edu
cation within the states, nor to impair
the freedom of the states in the con
duct and management of their respec
tive school system.'
There is, as the bill now reads, no
warrant for the statement made by
those who have not carefully consid considered
ered considered its provisions that there is to be
set up a federal standard of educa
tion which the states must comply
with before they can share in appro
priations made by Congress.
"It is optional with any state as to
whether or not it will accept the ben
efits of the act and appropriate for
any or all of the particular purposes
mentioned in the bill an amount of
money equal to that appropriated by
Congress and apportioned to the state
under the terms of the act.
"The bill introduced by Senator
Sterling on April' 27, 1921, was re referred
ferred referred to the committee on education
and labor, but has not yet been re reported
ported reported by the committee, and It is
quite impossible to say when it will
be reported or what provisions it will
contain to be finally voted on.
"It may be said, however, that ac action
tion action on the bill by the committee has
been delayed awaiting report of the
joint congressional committee on re reorganization
organization reorganization of the government de departments
partments departments to include a department of
education, which is in the hands of
the president but has not been made
public.
"I was chairman of the board of
public instruction for Duval county,
Florida, for six years, and have al always
ways always favored liberal treatment for
agencies and means of promoting edu education;
cation; education; and, if the bill to be voted on
does not intrench on the rights, pow powers
ers powers and duties of the states does not
vest authority in the federal govern government
ment government to dictate the course of study.
the methods and practice, terms and
requirements, directions and full con control
trol control by state authorities; a to the
management of schools, I shall favor
its passage." ;;
, NOTICE, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Regular meeting of Ocala Com
mandery No. 19, K. T., at the Masonic
hall at 8 p. m. Important business
Visiting Knights Templar are cordial
ly invited to attend.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
April 14th, 1922.
The Methodist ladies will serve an
other of their delicious suppers to
morrow night in the basement of the j

Fire in a Norfolk Suburb Left Many

People Without Homes
Or Food
Norfolk, April 14. (By Associated
Press). At least 1500 negroes must
be fed and housed in Berkley, as a re
sult of yesterday's fire. After a sup-
perless, sleepless night, dawn found
them wandering over the blackened
ruins, all that was left of 300 or more
structures which were their homes.
A large cook tent is being operated
by the department of public welfare.
Tents from the navy yard are going
up for shelter for the men. The wom women
en women and children will be taken care of
by other negroes in Berkley. The
loss is placed at three-quarters of a
million.
FOUR SHIPS BURNED
Four steamers moored at the Tuns
dock were burned to the waters edge
during the fire. Their owners valued
them at $150,000.
FIRE IN PORTSMOUTH
Portsmouth, Va., April 14. Five
firemen were injured, three seriously,
today when running to a fire and the
motor pumping engine and a touring
car collided.
INNOCENT HURT, AS USUAL
(Associated Press)
Chicago, April 14. One man was
killed and several hurt when a Stand
ard Oil still at Whiting, Ind., explod
ed today. The victims were employes.
FINANCES TO THE FRONT
Genoa, April 14. (By Associated
Press). Europe's financial tangle
was brought to the front for consid consideration
eration consideration at today's session of' the con conference.
ference. conference. Further discussion of Rus Russian
sian Russian affairs was postponed until to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. IT CAN AFFORD IT
(Associated Press!
Jacksonville, April 14. The Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company announced a reduc reduction
tion reduction of one cent a gallon on gasoline,
effective today, the reduction resulting
from elimination of the state tax
through the supreme court holding
the gasoline tax law invalid.
POLL TAXES MUST BE PAID
Poll taxes must be paid on or before
Saturday, May 13th. All women are
exempt from the payment of poll tax,
for 1920 but to be exempt from 1921
tax they would have to have been 55
years old or over on or before the 1st
day of January 1921. Those who have
registered this year as fifty-five or
under will have to pay for 1921. All
men will have to pay for 1920 and
1921, unless their ages apply as to the
ages given for women. I hope that all
prospective voters will study this
matter over carefully as I would re regret
gret regret very much for any one, especial especially
ly especially a woman, to come to the polls on
the 6th day of June under the impres impression
sion impression they were exempt and found that
the books showed differently.
D. M. Barco,
Supervisor of Registration.
HORSE RACES SATURDAY
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
Attention is called to the advertise
ment elsewhere in today's paper an
nouncing horse races to be held at the
fair grounds Saturday afternoon,
commencing at 1:30 o'clock. There
are sixteen horses entered for the
races, and many of these horses have
splendid records for past perform
ances. All of our people who are in interested
terested interested in this sport should avail
themselves of the opportunity now
presented and be at the fair grounds
when the starter's pistol cracks.
A congenial party of picnickers
made Lake Weir its destination yes
terday. Leaving town about four
o'clock they motored to Mr. J. M. Mef Mef-fert's
fert's Mef-fert's dock, and after an invigorating
swim in the lake all were ready for
the tempting lunch which was spread
on tables in the pavilion, after which
the Dartv returned home. The follow
ing were those enjoying the after
noon: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ray, Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mr. and Mrs
Fred Hocker, Mrs. Charles Dumas
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Withers, Miss
Mabel Meffert, Mrs. Mamie Hall and
Mrs. Rex Todd.
Mr. Cullers will make jellies and
jams with "Certo," Mother Nature's
Jell Maker, at HARGRAVES' Cash
and Carry Grocery, 807 S. Lime St.,
all day Saturday, April 15th. Come
in and sample them. It
Always eat the best bread; the way
to get it is to ALWAYS ask for Car-

Robbers Carried Off Seventy-Fire
Thousand From a New York City
Business House Last Night

New York, April 14. (By Associat Associated
ed Associated Press). Bandits invaded down
town New York last night, overpower overpowered
ed overpowered the watchman in a large office
building on William street and ripped
open four safes. The watchman was
found this morning, bound and gag gagged.
ged. gagged. INSIDE ASSISTANCE
Theb andits got $75,000 in cash and
securities from the safes. The watch watchman
man watchman later confessed to being ja party
to the robbery. He told of an organ organized
ized organized gang of safe blowers who had a
girl stenographer as its scout.
MRS. ANNA GLICKSTEIN
FOLLOWED HER HUSBAND
(Associated Press
New York, April 14. Mrs. Anna
Glickstein, widow of Dr. Abraham
Glickstein, who was shot and killed
by Mrs. Lillian Raisen last December,
was found dead in front of her home
in Brooklyn this morning. Mrs.
Glickstein apparently ended her life
by jumping from a third floor win window.
dow. window. AN AMERICAN JAIL
HOLDS THE ATAMAN
New York, April 14:-r-General Gre Gre-gorie
gorie Gre-gorie Semenoff, ataman of the Cos Cossacks,
sacks, Cossacks, was locked up in-Ludlow street
jail last night after a day of frantic
efforts by several lawyess to get a
bondsman who would give bail. Seme Semenoff
noff Semenoff was arrested last week on a civil
warrant and freed to bail, but his orig original
inal original bondsman refused to continue as
surety.
Mr. Cullers will make jellies and
jams with "Certo," Mother Nature's
Jell Maker, at HARGRAVES' Cash
and Carry Grocery, 807 S. Lime St.,
all day Saturday, ApriJ 15th. Come
in and sample them. It
Mr. Cullers will make jellies and
jams with "Certo," Mother Nature's
Jell Maker, at HARGRAVES' Cash
and Carry Grocery, 807 S. Lime St.,
all day Saturday, April 15th. Come
in and sample them. It
Mr. T. T. Munroe, Mrs. Walkley and
children and Mr. Ernest Nott left to today
day today in Mr. Munroe's car for Avon
Park, where they expect to spend
some days. They will go one way and
return another, obtaining a good view
of the country on the trip.
Mr. Frank Mason has rented the
Bell apartment recently vacated by
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Murphy, and he
and his bride will immediately go to
housekeeping." Mr. Masons travels for
the Fairbanks-Morse Co., out of Jack
sonville, and for the past two years
has made Ocala his headquatrers and
his friends here will be glad to wel welcome
come welcome him and his bride as residents.
Mr. W. O. Brewer of Romeo was in
town yesterday, and left at the Star
office a specimen of the luscious
Romeo brand of cucumbers, of which
he had just shipped ten crates. Any
Romeo who can procure a couple of
those luscious cukes and has a dainty
Juliette to prepare them for him, and
her, can't help being happy.
In yesterday's Star an error was
made in connection with the report of
the occupancy of the Peter Costello
building on Broadway, The Star
stated that the building was occupied
by the Lloyd Tobacco Company and
the Fairbanks-Morse agency owned
by Mr. McGehee. The Fairbanks Fairbanks-Morse
Morse Fairbanks-Morse agency is now and has been for
some time, owned by the Farmers
Supply Company, and managed by
Mr. T. M. Kilgore.
NOTICE
I wish to give notice that I have
bought the cafe on West Broadway
known as the B. and B. Cafe, from S.
S. Spero. George Pappas. 14-6t
Mr. Cullers will make jellies and
jams with "Certo," Mother Nature's
Jell Maker, at HARGRAVES' Cash
and Carry Grocery, 807 S. Lime St,
all dav Saturday. April 15th. Come
in and sample them. It
FORDS FOR SALE
A brand new Ford touring car.
A first class 1919 Ford touring car.
A roru Cut uunu skccki.
Apply to R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 13-3t
New Irish potatoes 75 cents a peck
at the U-SERVE STORES. 12-3t

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

Government Will Go After Rum Run-

on the Coast With a
Big Force
San Francisco, April 14. (By the
Associated Press ) Armed sea-going
yachts and war airplanes to combat
rum runners flooding Pacific coast
cities with liquor will be requested of
the secretary of the treasury, it was
announced today after a conference
of customs officials.
FRIDAY UNLUCKY DAY FOR
THE LAWRENCE FAMILY
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 14. Five per
sons, the wife of William Lawrence
and four of his children, were drown
ed today in the capsizing of a two-
masted schooner in the Potomac river
off Alexanderia. Lawrence and his
son escaped by climbing up a mast.
ST. AUGUSTINE MAY
INSTAL RADIO SET
(Associated Press)
St. Augustine, April 14. The city
commission tonight will visit the gov government
ernment government station here and investigate
the radiophone. The commission pro
poses to instal a receiving set and a
large amplifyer in the park for pub
lic concerts during the
summer if
feasible.
CONSTANTINE IS SICK
Athens, April 14. (By Associated
Press). King Constantine was seized
with a sudden attack of vomiting at
noon yesterday. He was exhausted
after the attack but his physicians
say he has almost recovered.
PROGRAM OF MARION COUNTY
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
The Marion County Educational As Association
sociation Association will meet at Mcintosh Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, April 15, at which time the
following program will be given:
' 10:30 a. m. Community singing,
led by J. E. Willet, Dunnellon high
school.
Invocation by Mr. J. K. Christian.
Address of welcome by Mr. J. H.
Wahl.
Response by Mr. Chas. H. Shriner,
Anthony high school.
Business session.
Address, "The Professional Teach Teacher,
er, Teacher, Rural and Urban," Dr. Joseph
Roemer, University of Florida.
12:00 m. Dinner and social hour.
2 p. m. Discussion topics, "Edu "Educational
cational "Educational Tests and Measurements" and
"School Exhibits."
"My Observations of Educational
Tests in Boulder, Colo.," Miss Shelton
Souter, Ocala high school.
"What Educational Tests and Meas Measurements
urements Measurements Will Do for the Teachers
and Schools of the County," B. D.
Adams, Reddkkv
"Preparations We Are Making for
the Marion County Fair," Miss Edith
Griffin, Ocala primary school.
"Premium List for the Grammar
Grades," G. Fred Turner, Dunnellon
high school.
"Of What a High School Exhibit
Should Consist," Miss Mary Shep Sheppard,
pard, Sheppard, Ocala high school.
"Consolidation of Schools," Dr.
Bristol, University of Florida.
TRAP SHOOT AT BELLEVIEW
The regular monthly shoot of the
Belleview Rod and Gun Club was held
at Smith Lake Wednesday, April 12.
There was only a small crowd pres
ent, but they made up in enthusiasm
what was lacking in numbers. Brace
Meffert was the high gun. Refresh
ments of ice cream and cake were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed after the shoot. The following
scores were made:
R. B. Meffert 92 x 100
W. P. Preer 85 x 100
F. E. Martin 38x 60
Harrv Baxter 37 x 50
F. M. Gates 35 x 50
C. P. Davis 23 x 25
J. W. Davis 14 x 25
Miss Pearl Ray left this afternoon
for ThomasviHe, N. G, where she
goes especially to attend the wedding
of a friend, after which she will visit
in Salem and then go to the western
part of the state to spend ,he remain
der of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Staley and fam
ily, who have been making their home
with Mrs. Emily Green on Oklawaha,
have taken the Howard Clark house,
furnished, and moved into it. Mr.
Staley is the Seaboard agent, having
token Mr. C. A. Hams' place.
The best of materials and the moat
sanitary conditions prevail where oar
bread and rolls are made. Come and

see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf

Sinn Fein and Orange Men Are Pre Preparing
paring Preparing for a Most Enjoyable
Sunday

Belfast, April 14. (By Associated
Press). A stormy Eastertide' in Bel Belfast
fast Belfast is predicted by those who have
watched the sequence of disorders
here as a result of the concerted at attack
tack attack on patrol special constables in
Joy street last night when four offi officers
cers officers were wounded. i
REPUBLICANS ON A RAZEE
Four hundred and fifty insurgents
of the Irish republican army seized at
midnight the four-courts building in
Dublin, which until the passage of the
Irish act was the seat of the national
court of justice.
ILLINOIS RIVER KEEPS
ON BACKING' UP
(Associated Press)
Beardstown, 111., April 14 The wa waters
ters waters of the Illinois river continued ris-
ing today and three-fourths of the
population of this city of 8000 people
was driven from "its homes or moved
to second story rooms. Half of the
city's area is under water.
DR. WORTHAM
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, April 13. Rev. Dr.
Millon R. Wortham, rector of. the
Church of the Good Shepherd, Episco Episcopal,
pal, Episcopal, here, and one of the most widely
known divines in Florida, dieL sud suddenly
denly suddenly at five o'clock this morning of
heart trouble. He came to Florida
five years ago from Austin, Texas.
McCORMACK OUT OF DANGER
(Associated Press)
New York, April 14. John McCor McCor-mack,
mack, McCor-mack, the noted tenor, who was strick stricken
en stricken with a throat affection Saturday
and whose illness became alarming
Wednesday, was declared today to
have passed the crisis but will not be
able to sing again for several months.
Miss Agnes Burford, who is a sen senior
ior senior at Randolph-Macon Woman's Col College,
lege, College, Lynchburg, Va., left yesterday
to spend her Easter vacation in New
York city. Miss Burford is one of
the most popular girls, at Randolph Randolph-Macon
Macon Randolph-Macon and during her studies there
has had numerous honors conferred
on her. Last year she was president
of the junior class, a member of the
student government body and presi president
dent president of her fraternity. Recently she
was honored by '-being chosen May
queen. The May queen is selected
from over 600 girls as the most pop popular
ular popular in college, and on May Day she
reigns supreme at the atletic meet
and college activities.
Mrs. Harry Swartz of Tidewater,
will be the principal speaker at the
regular meeting of the Woman's Club
tomorrow afternoon. Her subject will
be of particular interest to club wom women
en women and it is hoped that there will be a
large attendance. There will be other
interesting addresses, besides an ex
cellent musical program, which 'prom
ises to make an unusually interesting
afternoon.
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo
sitions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
Largest and best assortment ever
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
STUDEBAKER FOR SALE
A 1921 model Studebaker Special
Six, fully equipped and in first-class
condtiion. Apply to Ocala Cadillac
Company, Ocala, Fla. 13-3t
Mr. Cullers will make jellies and
jams with "Certo," Mother Nature's
Jell Maker, at HARGRAVES' Cash
and Carry Grocery, 807 S. Lime St,
all day Saturday, April 15th. Come
in and sample them. It
New assortment of styles, colore and
sizes in genuine Palm Beach Suits at
$12.50. Joseph Malever, Goldman's
old stand. 7-tf
Q. B. S. Player Musk at THE GIFT
SHOP. 12-3t
- i-
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market
Phone 158.
EASTER BASKETS fcnrthecml-

drent at the GD?T SHOP.' 12-St

Marion County Chamber of Commerce

Has Matters that Demand
Serious Consideration
A meeting of the Marion County
Chamber of Commerce will be held
next Thursday night for the purpose
of considering the several means of
raising funds for highway construc construction
tion construction recommended by the recent good
roads meeting in St. Augustine, the
advisability of an extra session o the
legislature to consider the question
of highway funds, and to select a vice
president of the Florida State Asso
ciation for Capital Removal Altho'
it will be a meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce it will be in the nature
of a public mass meeting also, in order
that so far as possible the entire sen sentiment
timent sentiment of the county might be ex expressed
pressed expressed in regard to the road funds
and have a voice in the election of the
vice president of the capital removal
association.
The good roads meeting in St. An
gustine, March 29, recommended a
tax of two cents a gallon on gaso
line, a continuance of the one-mill ad-
valorem tax for the road and bridge
fund, a continuance of the present
method of imposing licenses on motor
vehicles 'according to weight, that the
method of distributing, motor license
tags be changed so as to provide for
distribution through a county official,
and a more general system of enforc enforcing
ing enforcing the payment of such licenses.
The constitution of the recently or
ganized Florida State Association for
Capital Removal provides for a vice
president from each county. The
Chamber of Commerce has been asked
to arrange for the selection of a vice
president for Marion county. It is de desired,
sired, desired, however, that so far as possible
the entire county have a voice tn this
selection, and for this reason the
meeting next Thursday night will be
in the nature of a general public
meeting.
GEORGE HILL DAVIS
Mr. G. H. Davis was born in Butler,
Ga., in 1838, and died March 28, 1922.
He served in the Confederate army,
and was wounded in battle. He was
nearly eighty-four years old.

In early manhood he won for his
bride Miss Mary Elizabeth Bryant,
who walked life's pathway with him' s
until death took her away some iprij
years ago. This" union was blessed
with several children but only four
lived to be grown.
Mr. Davis came to Florida with his
family in 1880, He first tried his for fortune
tune fortune in the orange industry, but soon
took to phosphate mining. He lived
in Dunnellon and Rock Springs sev several
eral several years.
He married Mrs. Sarah Ann, Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur in 1898 and moved to Anthony to

make his home. They lived haDtiy
together until she was claimed' by
death nine years ago. He then made
his home with his daughter, Mrs. Eva
E. Forbes of Anthony.
Mr. Davis was a member of the
Methodist Episcopal church and was
faithful and loyal to his church. He
was superintendent of the Methodist
Sunday school in Anthony and stew-'
ard of the church for many years.
He leaves to mourn his death one
son, Mason Bryant Davis of Newber
ry, one daughter, Mrs. Eva Elizabeth
Forbes of Anthony, fifteen grandchil
dren, two great grandchildren and a
host of other relatives and friends.
The funeral services were held at
the Methodist church in Anthony,
conducted by Rev. Mann assisted by
Rev. J. C. Boatwright. His body was
laid to rest in the cemetery at An
thony.
FOR SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION
To the Democrats of Marion County:
I am a candidate for the position
of supervisor of registration for Mar
ion county and hereby announce that
I will place my name before the dem
ocratic voters for this position at the
June primary election. If elected I
will give my best service to the office.
Mrs. (Geo. D.) Julia Turner.
NOTICE TO BOY SCOUTS
The meeting tonight is an import
ant one and every scout interested in
the new year's work wants to be in
his place at 8 p. m. v
A- R. Cassll, Scoutmaster.
THE W03IANLESS WEDDING
"The Womanlesi Wedding" will be
given at Oxford, Fla, Friday evening,
April 21st, 1922, at the school house,
under the auspices of the Woman's
Club, beginning at 8:30. Admission
20c. and 35c
Easter post cards 1 cent, the best
value ever for the money. The Spe Specialty
cialty Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.

eight o'clock.

church from 6 to 8 o'clock.

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CAMPAIGN AliV KH t

world by a decent highway. With

property selling fast along the East

brt King boulevard, It is possible

that the city will build the street to
the limit, and then maybe the county

nd the property owners will get to

gether and improve the road. Con-

to obtain a committee whose members
are interested in the sub$etc of better
marketing, and after ascertaining the
willingness of each member to serve,
President C. G. Rose has appointed
committee on marketing facilities: K.
C Moore, chairman, H. L. Shearer,

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star April 14, 1922)
Ernest J. Crook, who has been in
Ocala since he was a small boy and
with the H. B. Masters Co. for the

CITY OFFICIALS INSPECT
STREETS OF ORLANDO

City Manager J. R. Brumby Jr. of

Ocala, and four city councilmen, paid
a visit to Orlando this morning in the

WE PACK OUR MAROCALA ICE CREAM

past ten years, leaves Thursday for course of a tour of .inspection of cer-

sidering the large amount of money i Clarence Meffert, Milby Lloyd, D., Corona, Ala., to accept a position with tain cities of the state, looking over

the Alabama Coal Co., of which Alex j the city paving preliminary to doing I

Mclntyre, formerly of this city, is one $150,000 worth of paving work in the

the school brings hAo the county and
town, and the favorable attention it

draws from distinguished visitors, it

is only justice and common sense to
build good roads to it.

REASONING BACKWARD

Says the Tampa Tribune: "The

pronenes3 of folks to reason backward
i3 amazing. Somebody has just dis

covered or seems to have discover discovered
ed discovered that the revolver is capable of in

timidating orderly persons and also,

when properly used, is capable of in-' the

Newcomb Barco and J. C. Johnson.

WHITHER WE ARE WHIRLING

dieting death. Thus it being an in instrument
strument instrument capable ol being turned to

cr:me tne proposition is maae tnat

ivolvers be made contraband, their

manufacture and sale forbidden. Ergo
crirre will cease and we will all live

forever as happy as peas in a pod.
Ain't science wonderful? And there's

nature! The revolver is likewise eapa

The following mighty wicked story
from the pious 'Miami Metropolis is to
the point:
These people who are going about
Florida digging for oil don't seem to
realize what they may be doing to the
lubrication of this terrestrial ball.
The Standard tells how a newly ap appointed
pointed appointed preacher of a colored church
views the removal of the grease from

axle."

It seems that the preacher announc

ed as the topic of his first sermon:
"Am They a Hell or Am They Not?

.r.- i v :'i trove mat iney Am. in

h-irch was packed as the new parson
i- osr; to prove his assertion.
"Breth en," he said, "the Lord made

ih-3 world round like a ball." "Amen,"
cied th? congregation. "And the Lord

bis of doing wonders in the way of made the world- so it would go round

For the coming democratic primary
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week) (Same rates as Weekly Star.

Announcements under this rate are
to run from date of Insertion until date

of primary election.

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A steady drinker takes pride in not

being Volsteady.

The ranks of the soviet army are

filled with men who love to soldier.

Every man likes to talk to an intel

ligent woman, provided she is a good

listener.

In order to protect honest men we

have to obey .laws that sometimes

also protect rascals.

Everybody likes Col. Bob Davis, but
we don't think Frank Clark is losing

any votes around here.

defense against the things complain complained
ed complained of. For instance, it makes policemen-
And likewise it isn't a half bad
mechanical contrivance to keep lying
about the house out of the way of

the children, but near enough to be
reached on occasion when nothing
else seems to fit the case. There were
hold-ups, burglaries and homicides

long before the revolver was ever

heard of before gunpowder had been

invented, if we are to accept literally

the discoveries we make in a little

careless reading of history. In fact,

as, near as one can figure the matter,

such things were a lot more numerous I

before gunpowder and the revolver
had been invented than they are now.

And if both were made literally taboo

in our present social system, the
criminal element wouldn't be handi

capped for a minute. The average, man

has the same wholesome fear of a

formidable club or a scowling mug
backed by clenched fists, that he has

of 'a rainbarrel without any hoops on

it,' as a tenderfoot was once known
to describe the first .45 he was ever

called on to gaze into. Revolvers do

not cause crime. Crime, brethren,

comes from the same general locality

that all other human qualities ema emanate
nate emanate from the minds of men. Peace
originates in the same place, so does

war. Children will play even if thev

are denied modem toys."

of its officers.

Claude Lavaron, a

former Ocala

Marion county city. The councilmen
were Messrs. E. H. Martin, H. W.

boy, who for the past four years has j Henry, C. E. Simmons and B. Gold Gold-been
been Gold-been in the employ of the Pennsylva-! man. Mr. Brumby said he and cer-

nia railroad at Renssalaer, Ind., has j tain of the councilmen were in favor
returned to Ocala and accepted a po- of paving the Ocala streets as the job

sition with his uncle, A. E. Delouest. was done in Orlando, that is, the city

Mrs. S. R. Birdsey Jr. and little ; to do the work in place of the intrl-

daughter have gone to Macon, Ga., to I cate enterprise of putting the work

join Mr. Birdsey, who is in the com- j out on contract. The visitors had a

mission business at that place. I lengthy interview during they stay

here with City Engineer G. R. Ram-

so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in fine condi-

tion until used. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies, churches and all
others using ice cream in quantity,
who want the best and purest and the
most efficient service. Special terms
upon request. 1

MARION COUNTY CREAMERY GO.

and round." "Amen," was the re

sponse. "And the Lord made two
axles for the world to go round on,
end he put one axle at the north pole,

and one axle at the south pole.

"Amen," agred the congregation.
"And the Lord put a lot of oil and
axle grease in the center of the world
so as to keep the axles well greased
and oiled." "Amen," said the congre congregation.
gation. congregation. "And then a lot of sinners
uig wells in Pennsylvania and steal
the Lord's oil and grease. And they
d'g wells in Kentucky, Louisiana,
Florida, Oklahoma and Texas and in
M2xleo and Russia and steal the
Lord's grease and oil. And some day
they'll dij so many wells that they
v. ill have all the Lord's oil and grease

ani thsm two axles is going to get

hot. And then that will be hell,

brethren, that. will be hell!"

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 14, 1912)
Mrs. Campbell Gray and children
will leave shortly for the mountains
of North Carolina, to remain until
their new home, the Episcopal rec rectory,
tory, rectory, is completed.
Mrs. Claude Nelson and little son
will leave Monday for Columbia, S.
C, to spend fhe summer with Mr. Nel Nelson's
son's Nelson's relatives.
Miss Ernestine Brooks is in the of

fice of the supervisor of registration j

and will help prepare the books for

the primary elections.

sey. Orlando Reporter-Star.
PICTURE FRAMING

Our picture framing department is

again open. New mouldings and sup

plies have been put in and we are pre

pared to make up and deliver on short

notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY

SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY
STEW BEEF, 8c, 10c and 15c
SHOULDER STEAK, 15c, 20c and 25c
SOUP MEATS AT YOUR O VVN PRICE
COOK'S MARKET phone 243

Many a married- woman who is
breaking her back carrying a big log

about, should be using the same en-

The other day in New York city,

Major Hylan, elected only this year

with a decisive majority, speaking of

the war and its causes, and all, drop-

ergy in fondling a child of her own. ped not like Silas Wegg into poetry

LesDurg commercial. but into historv. forsooth, and deliv-

.... m I - J

At tne present price 01 wood, we ered himself of this eem:

aon t see now sne oDtams tne log. At thp ollthrpak of the Rnronean

war the firm of J. P. Morgan & Co,

nad about $3UU,uuu,uuu invested in

foreign securities, principally British.

The collapse of the British Empire

would have entailed the impoverish

merit of the house of Morgan. These
investments as well as other foreign

investments of the international bank

ers needed the protection of the Unit

eJ States government. These bankers

saw to it that protection was extended

The Florida State Association for through the strong arms of our army

anlsl Dw.A..1 fnr. knJ tnSMio I 1 J 1 I 1

vauibai ivuuvtai iao uoiu, icuiuuo, miu Iiavv. 5U WS IlitU a JTlCIl

cold-blooded labor ahead of it for man's war and a poor man's fight."

years to come; Orlando Sentinel. Of course it is not true historically,

True enough. But it was a long, and of course it is a cowardly insult

long way from the land of Goshen to to the brave and conscientious Amer Amer-the
the Amer-the land of Canaan, with many dan- icans who went into the war because

gers and hardships on the way, but

the children of Israel got there, just

the same.

. I he btar is informed that mem

bers of the state railroad commission

have said that the railroads have

proven that A. C. L. trains 9 and 10

and 140-141 are being run at a loss.

But they are not brave enough to

cqme' out and say they intend to let

them be taken off until the primary

is over.

It is noticed that about every paper
in the state which is opposed to the
candidacy of Wm. J. Bryan for United
States senator is taking unfair ad

vantage of him. They are laying
great stress upon the point that he

was not born in this state and there
fore won't do. Winter Park Post.

The Post is either careless or un

truthful. The Star exchanges with

nearly every daily and some of the

leading weekly papers of the state,

and we have not noticed any "one of

them object to Bryan because he was

not born in the state. And we have
not heard any individual object to him

on that account. The objection to him

has been that he might be a candidate

before he was a citizen, and that his

candidacy would be a violation of the

laws of the state. We suspect Mr.
Bryan has been the victim of his fool

friends and of a small bunch of our

shoddy aristocracy, which wants to

pull itself up by him; and we also

suspect the Post is trying to make

little political capital.

they felt, and still feel, it was the

only wise and honorable course to
take. But its truth or falsity is un-

important; and its insulting tone is

Gary, chairman of the unconsequential. Ihe important thing

says that this school is that America received the insulting

falsehood without a flutter of resent

ment. For saying less we put Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Debs behind the bars, sent Kate

O'Hara to jail, threatened Rose Pas Pastor
tor Pastor Stokes with imprisonment, and

stil have seventy or eighty men in our

federal penitentiaries. Why, one may

Mr. W. T.
school board,

district will have to hustle around and

obtain another representative. He
took the office two years and a half

ago, and thinks it's the duty of some

one else to take the job. Will has fill

ed the place "most honestly and effi

ciently; and the Star regrets to see

him give it up, but as there is very ask, do we let the mayor of the largest
little pay in the office, and it breaks city on the continent, and perhaps the

into his regular business most awk- largest in the world, say what Hylan
wardly, That is the trouble with such said without serious question or offi-
offices they require the best of men, cial rebuke? Is it because he belongs
and such men can take them only at to the plug hat respectables Is it

a." sacrifice.

There will soon be another big im

provement at the Industrial School.

The state engineer has had the fence

alongside the road running from the
gate to the school grounds down to
the Silver Springs boulevard set back

and lined as straight as a ruler. The

county will build a good hard road

along this fence from the boulevard

up to the gate, and at last the school

will be connected, with the outside

UNCLE HANK

because he is one of the leaders of a
major party? Is it because he spoke

at a time when our emotions are spent
and our nerves fagged and weary? Or

do we, as a nation, think our dead died

in vain? Are we disillusioned, jaded,
heartbroken and careless? Why did
Hylan suffer no serious consequences
for a treasonable utterance? Were
were wrong in our spy hunts, our red

baiting, our traitor-branding, our
super-patriotism during the war Or
have we concluded that the restora restoration
tion restoration of free speech precludes enforc

ing the law against the harmless nee

essary chump Perhaps that is it,
tir-d pot-hunting of the jackass is

over. If so, then surely we shall all

teei saier to Know tnat we entered a

long closed season for the egregious

damphool, one of whom each of us,

sooner or later, is bound to be

Which: William Allen White m

Judge.

It isn't which nor none of the other

things you name, William. It's because
we ail know Hylan is a liar and know
that Hvlan knows that we all know

that he is a liar. Nobody believes
him except a few eternally lost fools
whose influence is nil.

Whenever some fellers try to speuk
with their better selves, it just seems
like Central gives 'em th wrong num number.
ber. number. f -.-.

The unanimity with which the truly

good and the hell-deserving sinners

often unite in a praiseworthy work
greatly strengthens our faith in hu

man nature.

Old Omar said, "O take the cash

and let the credit go", but the average

human of. today takes all the credit

he can get and lets his cash go.

WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, April 12. Vegetables

are looking nice through here, though

beginning to suffer for rain.

Mrs. J. O. Tyson and children were

shopping in the University City Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and

daughter Miss Thelma, and Mr. R. W.

Mosley were shopping in Micanopy

Saturday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bradley visited

Gainesville Saturday and Monday aft

ernoon, i

Miss Claudia Bradley of Jackson

ville was a week-end visitor to her
father, Mr. R. S. Bradley.

Mr. R. P. Smith and Mr. J. O. Ty

son attended the farmers meeting at

Raleigh Saturday afternoon.

We are indeed sorry to report Mrs.

T. N. Smith on the sick list and hope
she will soon be much better.

Miss Lucile Bradley was a week

end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Charles
Holstein of Gainesville.

Mrs. Elvin Bruton spent Saturday

with her mother, Mrs. M. Phiney of
Raleigh.

Mr. and Mrs. John Barr Watkins

were Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs.
R. P. Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morris nd baby

of High Springs, came over Saturday.

Mr. Morris returned Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Morris and baby will
spend this week with Mrs. C. M.
Smith.

ATTENTION, ELKS!
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
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Wanted Live Wire Agents
We need wide-awake men and
women to act as agents in the
state of Florida for a remark remarkable
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For full particulars about this
well-paying proposition, ad address
dress address Ed. Gross, Mgr., Radio
Sales Co., Box 17, West Palm
Beach, Florida.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
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Saturday, April 15, beginning
at 1:30 p. m., at the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair Grounds, there vill be an.
interesting racing program to be
participated in by some of the
best known and speediest horses
iu the United States. The follow following
ing following are the names of the horses
and their owners:

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
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His song will give you pleasure,
His warble will please you.

I am sending you by Parcel Post
A birdie, Mother, Dear,
And when at times you're lonesome
His song will give you cheer.

If you love your little Sweetheart
Then prove to her you're true.
Buy her a singing canary bird
Then she'll have faith in you.

On? of the planks in the program

of the Chamber of Commerce provides

for the securing of better marketing
facilities for the farm products of the
county. To carry out this part of the
program of work, an effort has been
made by the Chamber of Commerce

Mrs. J. H. Cramer, Prop.
East Fort King Ave. P.O. Box 340

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which will be different from the usual
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wife and your friend3 will thoroughly
enjoy. The freshest and best of foods,
well cooked and served. Everything
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"There was music, and then they all
kissed me. and we had supper, and
they drank our health. Z went back
that night to my slater's; Royal
stayed with his mother. We planned
to go away on our honeymoon the next
day. I did not tell Linda and Fred
that I considered myself married. I
knew they would not understand and
would try to Interfere.
"The next morning I slipped away

from the house with my suitcase, and j
I met Royal Blondln downtown. We
motored to Syracuse and took a train
there for New Tork. I had felt sick
when I awakened It was partly ex excitement,
citement, excitement, and partly the supper the
night before, when we had all eaten
and drunk too much. But I was very
sick In the train, I thought I was going
to die. Royal persuaded me to eat my
lunch in the dining car, and that only
made me worse. There was a nice
woman In the train, with two little
girls', and she took care of me. And
when she got to New York I had told
her that I was on my wedding journey,
and perhaps that made her kind she
took us to her boarding house In West
Forty-sixth street. The landlady was
a dear, good woman, a Mrs. Harring

ton, and I was very sick by this time 1
she put me into her own room, be because
cause because the house was full, and sent for
her own doctor.
"It was a time of horror" Harriet

said, smiling a little, after a moment of

thought. "The strange women and the
stranee room, and Royal coming In

with flowers, and sitting beside, me.
The doctor said it was a touch of poi

soning, and I was 111 only a few days.
But the homesickness, and the strange

ness I Somehow, I didn't feel married,
felt like a lost little girl. I wanted

to be back In Linda's kitchen again,
safe, and scolding because nothing in

teresting ever happened.

"Well, I was sick for three or four

days. It was the fourth day when I

was well enough to go out. Royal

thanked them, and paid Mrs. Harring Harrington
ton Harrington and the doctor and we went to
lunch downtown It was at Martin's,

I remember, and Royal was so excited

and Interested in everything. But I

still felt limp and dull. We shopped

and went about seeing things after

lunch, and then we went to the hotel

where he was staying. We were regis

tered there as Mr. and Mrs. Blondln ; It

was all quite taken for granted."

Harriet stopped; her face was

drawn and white, her words coming
with difficulty, the phrases brief and

dry. Richard was paying her absolute
attention, his eyes fixed upon her
face.

"We had dinner upstairs,' she said.
She paused, her lips tight pressed.
"I can't tell you." she began again,
suddenly, "I can't tell you how It was
that I came suddenly to know that I
was too young for marriage In Miriam
Street's little studio, where they were

laughing about the baby and the sup supper,
per, supper, It seemed different But here. In
a hotel, I suddenly wanted my sister, I
wanted to be home again.
"We were talking and planning
naturally enough. Royal was coming
and going In the two rooms; I had
plenty of chance to to escape. Every
time I let one go by my heart beat
harder."
He could tell from her voice that her
heart was beating hard now with the
memory of that old time.
"If I had let them all go by," she re recommenced,
commenced, recommenced, "my life would have been
different. In a few weeks we would
have come back to Watertown, as man
and wife, and perhaps had a studio

-He said X had Been. Not thai I as
now!"
The man looked at her, looked away
at the river, and shrugged his shoul shoulders
ders shoulders as if he were mystified by the
ways of women.
"But you were never his wife?" he
said, flatly.
"Oh.no! Tou didn't think," Harriet
said, hurt, "that I would have married
you, or anyone else, if I had been I
"Tou let him blackmail you for
that? Richard further marveled.
T knew In my own mind, of course,
that I was not to blame," the girl said,
anxiously. "But it sounded horrible."
Richard bit his lower Hp, looked
critically at his racket, slowly shook
his head.
T didn't mind what any one
thought," Harriet said, reading his
thought. "But they did V

"They?" Richard repeated, patiently.
"Everyone," she supplied, promptly.
"Your wife, your mother, Mary Put Putnam!
nam! Putnam! Even Mrs. Tabor."
"I suppose so 1" he conceded, after a
pause. And beneath his breath he add added,
ed, added, "Isabelle Ida Tabor V
His tone was all she asked of ex exquisite
quisite exquisite reassurance.
T hoped you wouldn't!" she said,
standing up with clasped hands and a
sudden brightening of her tired and col

orless face. "That's what I tried to
make myself believe you would feel 1 1
wanted so to leave all behind. I thought
he had gone, that it was all over, that

what it was mattered more than what
it sounded like I I thought I could save
Nina better, with what I knew, than
any one else But last night," Harriet
added, "proved to me that I had been
all wrong. I've been so worried," she
added, with utter faith In his decision.
"I don't know what you think we had
better do."
For a full minute Richard watched
her In silence. Then he said, mildly:
"About Nina, you mean?"
"About everything!" Harriet sudden

ly laughed gaily, like a child. Life
seemed once more straight and pleas

ant In this exquisite June morning;
she felt puzzled, but somehow no long

er afraid. The menacing horrors of all

the years, the vague uneasiness that

she had never quite dared to face, were
fluttering about her awakening spirit

like Alice's pack of cards.
"Nina will come into line," her fa

ther said, thoughtfully; "she doesn't

know what she wants. I wish I wish

he loved her!" he added, with a faint
frown. "I'll see him about It again;

Well take her to Rio. Shell get over

It"

"And" Harriet stopped, and began

again: "And do you want things to go
on Just as they are?" she asked.
For answer Richard smiled at her In
alienee,
"No," he said, finally. "I can't say
that I do. I want you to worry less,
and to buy yourself some new gowns,
and to begin to enjoy life! Shake Shakespeare
speare Shakespeare had you down fine when he
talked about conscience making cow cowards
ards cowards of us all. What did you do It for?
A young, capable, good-looking girl
scared by a lot of old women! Now,
we'll take up this Nina question, later
on. You'd better go up and get your yourself
self yourself some coffee, and go to bed for
awhile. Better plan to be In town for

a flay or two, tor you u uo in uemi
clothes for the steamer"
"You're very kind," the girl said, eyes
averted, voice almost Inaudible. They
were both standing now, Harriet's head
turned aside, so that he could not see
her face, but her soft fingers resting In
his.
Tin not kind at all 1" Richard said,
with a rather confused laugh. He pat patted
ted patted her hand encouragingly. "The sea
trip will shake both you and Nina up,
and do you a world of good !" he said.

"You think" Harriet raised the
soft dark lashes, and her splendid,
weary eyes met his, "You really aren't
worried about Nina?"
And she tried by a very faint stirring
of her fingers to free them and, finding
them held, dropped her eyes again.
"I think I have Blondln's number,"
Richard said, with more force than elo eloquence.
quence. eloquence. Then, with a little laugh that
was partly amused and partly embar embarrassed,
rassed, embarrassed, he let her go.
He watched the young, slender fig figure
ure figure and the shining, bare head until
they disappeared among the great
trees about the house.

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Store.

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give you heaniy
7o other cat
6o select and use only the
cream your skin demands.
Lettuce Cream, for cleansing;
Tissue Cream, for rough, dry
skin; Astringent Cream, for
oily skin; Acne Cream, for
blackheads; Motor Cream, for,- i
protsctJon; Foundation Cream
f before powder; Erasetor, for i
wrinkles. j"

MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR

1 12 Fr. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

our fish at
Phone 562.

Crescent

Grocery
4-3-tf

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery,
s a beauty you will like it. tf
"We have your size, your choice in

color and style. Palm Beach suits.
Joseph Malever, Goldman's old stand.

HiHt?

For years "PANAMA"
overalls have faithfully
served the South. Work Workmen
men Workmen in every trade know

Mi

UNION-MADE
stands for the most durable'
and comfortable work clothes
money can buy. Sold under

our iron ironclad
clad ironclad guar guar-antee.
antee. guar-antee. Ask
your dealer.
Look for the
trade-mark.
KabklfcC,

MADE TO

MAKE GOOD"

111

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All wool heavy weight white flannel
trousers, $7.50 and $8. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Cc. Y. M. B. O. D. tf

Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. IS

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

4 SERVICE T1Y
PHONE 71
Simmons9 GARAGE

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

JUDGE THE QUESTION
YOURSELF

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

your requirements.

Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

OCALA, FLORIDA

WHEN IN NEED OF
Plumbing or Electrical Work
Telephone 193
NEEDHAM BROTHERS
OPPOSITE HARRINGTON HALL
Estimates Cheerfully Given

ONLY EXPERIENCED HELP USED

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

TAILORED AT FASHION PARK

near the Streets', and perhaps found a

solution. But I couldn't!
T caught up my coat; left my hat
and bag. I went down the stairs, not
daring to wait for the elevator. And I
went to Mrs. Harrington's. She was
very kind and took, me In ; she aald
that perhaps it would be better to wait
until I was older. I cried all night,
and the next day Mrs. Harrington lent
me the money and I went back to
Linda.
"Of course, It was terrible, at first.
But they were kind to me. In their
way. And I was cured. I went Into
hysterics at the first mention ef the
whole hideous thing. They saw Roy,
and they told me that I need never see
him again. The papers for It got to
the papers I said that a divorce had
been arranged, but there was no need
for a divorce. It was all hushed up

Linda and Fred never spoke of it. I

ah. well, I couldn't I
"But when Fred's brother, David,
who was in dental college then, began

to like me, then they began to make

light of It," Harriet remembered.

"There had been no marriage, of
course, either In law or In fact. They
all knew that. And I suppose If I had

married David It might have been hap happier
pier happier for me. But as It was, I angered
them. I didn't want to marry David.
And so It was what folly girls got

themselves Into what the world

thought of a girl who had been 'talked

about what the least breath of scan

dal meant !"

"And you went back to Blondln f

Richard suggested.

"I? No, I never saw him again until
a year ago in this garden!" Harriet
said.
' "You never saw him again I" the man
ejaculated.
"Not for nine years
"But my God. soy dear girl, h

spoke af yea as Mm sriiaf

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CHAPTER XV.
The summer Sunday ran its usual

course, ward and his sister went to
luncheon at the club; Madame Carter
drove majestically to a late service In

the pretty, vine-covered village church.

Harriet, at last able to relax In soul

Most complete line of men's cloth clothing
ing clothing on the market today. Every gar garment
ment garment sold with a guarantee. Guar-

antee wotning snoe ujmpany, x. Country cured hams sliced at

the

And She Tried by a Very Faint Stir Stirring
ring Stirring of Her Fingers to Free Them,
and Finding Them Held, Dropped
Htr Eyes Again.
and body, slept hour after glorious
hour. Richard, returning from golf
for a late luncheon, asked for her. Mrs,
Carter was still asleep. Bottomley as assured
sured assured bim, and received orders not to
asturb her. But when Mr. Blondln
, called, Richard told the butler, he RS
tote-shown & the tasrace at nnfSj
(Continued Tomorrow)

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The business activities of the Standard
Oil Company (Kentucky) are confined
to the South.
The Company has progressed with the
marvelous growth of the South and is
today a vital part of the business and
economic life of its people.
The following data gives some idea of
the operations of the Standard Oil Com Company
pany Company (Kentucky) in the State of Florida:
It operates 120 tank stations and service
stations.
The Company pays in salaries and com commissions
missions commissions to its representatives in the
State of Florida over $60.0,000.00 per
year.
Under the various City, State and County
License, Tax and Inspection laws, it pays
over $260,000.00 per year.
The co-operation, loyalty and efficiency
of the Company's employes have con contributed
tributed contributed largely to the building up and
maintaining of its State-wide service to
the public.
The Company hopes to merit the public's
continued patronage based upon the
superior quality of its products, its effic efficient
ient efficient organization and its service and tank
station system throughout the State.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY. APRIL 14, 1922

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OCALA OCCURREflCES

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

Mr. G. W. Martin is in off the road
to spend Easter Sunday with his
family.

Easter records for
THE BOOK SHOP.

the

Victor at
14-3t

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

Mr. S. G. McDougal has gone to
Tampa. During his stay there he will
visit Mr. John Hansbrough.

Mrs. C. S. Cullen left this afternoon
for Tarboro, N. C, where she will be

the guest of Miss Lanier. Mr. Charles

Cullen, who is a student at Chapel
Hill, N. C, will join his mother for
the Easter vacation.

Last call for Easter Cards at THE
GIFT SHOP. 14-2t

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

Rev. W. F. Creson and Mr. L. M.
Murray returned yesterday from the
meeting of the Suwanee Presbytery
at Micanopy. Mr. .Gist of Mcintosh
was elected a delegate to attend the
general assembly at Charleston.

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

Complete assortment genuine Palm
Beach Suits, assorted patterns, $12.59.
Jos. Malever, Goldman's old stand, if

The Methodist ladies will serve an another
other another of their delicious suppers to to-.:i
.:i to-.:i now night in the basement of the
cLursh from 6 to 8 o'clock. l4-2t

&j GIFTS FOR
M'LOOK SHOP.

EASTER

at THE
12-3t

New Toys at THE GIFT SHOP. 3t

Swaet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13

Some r.ew Victor records at THE
LOOK SHOP. 14-3t

Mi. and Mrs. George Crom Jr.,
Miss Eleanor Crom and Mr. Frank
Crom of Gainesville were visitors in
Ocala yesterday.

Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Mr. R. G. Sumner who has been with
the Lewis-Chitty Company, has ac

cepted a position with the Ocala Iron

Works and has taken the place for
merly held by Mr. L. W. Ponder.

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

Dress up your Easter gifts with
those attractive seals at The Specialty
Shop, A. E. Gerig.
Easter Egg Dyes at The Gift Shop.
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will hold a cake and
candy sale tomorrow morning at ten
o'clock in front of Gerig's Drug 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

more colors of ink at

prices on short notice,
lishing Co Ocala, Fla.

; t

reasonable
Star Pub-22-if

VIOLIN j INSTRUCTION H. N,
Lord, graduate "of Boston Conversa-

tory of Music Room 6, Merchants

Block. 13-3t

WANTED To rent piano for music

studio. Address H. N. Lord, care

Star, Ocala, Fla. 13-3t

WANTED -Ford truck. State condi

tion. Also want Holstein calves

three weeks to six months old. B
Hahn, Ocala, Fla. 12-lt

New Player
SHOP.

Music at

THE GIFT
14-3t

Miss Mary Kate Davidson of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta is expected in Ocala soon and
while here will be the guest of Mrs.

Juhan. Miss Davidson has visited in;

Ocala a number of years ago and it is FOR SALE A nicely located two-

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, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t

der and body Work a speciality. All

t kinds of soldering. Auto Radiator
Repair Shop, 121 West Broad-.
- way, Ocala. 10-t5v-

CRYSTAL RIVER INNOPEN
THE TEAR ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F.-T. MARTIN, PROP,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-ln

FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
' one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near'
town. Apply to 403 Fort Kin; ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 30-tf

with pleasure that her friends here
will look forward to renewing the
acquaintance.

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

story, six room house with all mod modern
ern modern conveniences; clothes closets
and fireplaces in every room; large
Hallways; good garage; large lot
and on a desirable street, close in,

Attractive EASTER CARDS atj

THE GIFT SHOP. 12-3t

If youll try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that youll be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery.
Ocala House block. 21-tf

about four blocks from courthouse.
Can be purchased from owner only.
Terms can be arranged. This is a
good investment for somebody, and
house is now rented. Do not answer
unless you mean business. Address
P. O. Box 293. 4-12-6t

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NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION

Ballard's Obelisk Flour at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-3t
EASTER BASKETS for the chil chilli
li chilli en i t the GIFT SHOP. 12-3t

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
..:i: j

irunmu, sycviaiui c, cai, iiubc auu

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

& Silks, Gabardines, Tropicals, Reals
SAT 5t

Imported Char tung Silk Suits

STRAW HATS-FOR PARTICULAR MEN

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SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY!

500 MEN'S FINE DRESS -SHIRTS HALF PRICE
apa nmn a nr niirn iimrrri iTn Tfk tf 1 AA 4 AC

f. a 1 Kill HA 15, VALUL3 DV IU 1.VU $lvJ
& :

m New Spring Furnishings With Individuality jp

& JUST RECEIVED
U Ladies9 Shoes! Ladies' Shoes!&
til RF.I.OVV ARF. A FFW OF OUR STYLES HI

White Kid Grecian, Spanish Heel

Fawn and Brown Suede Combination
Patent and Grey Combination Sandals
Grey Suede Grecian Sandals
Patent Pumps and Ivory Trimmings

'SlS Brown Suede Two Straps, Junior
Patent Sandals, Cuban Heel
Black Satin in Cleopatra. Sandals

S Pick Yours Now While We Have Yourg

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Size and Style

LET US SHOW' YOU

I GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHQt CO.l

iji Y. M. I. O. D. S
S Style Headquarters W.

Prices are bound to come down.
As they do we are glad to give you
the benefit.

Cheese, per pound
Swift's Brookfield Butter, per pound
Swifts' Premium Bacon, per box
Lemons, per dozen
New Irish Potatoes, per pound
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 12 lb bag
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 24 lb bag
1 lb can Army Coin Beef Hash

24c
43c
43c
25c
05c
75c
$1.50
15c

Lots of new
SHOP.

music at

THE GIFT
14-3t

Messrs. E. C. Jordan and Junie

Perkins of Ocala and W. C. Smith of

Sanford form an automobile party

visiting points down the East Coast
this week.

EASTER
SHOP.

CARDS at

THE GIFT
12-3t

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

Mr. Cullers will make jenies and

jams with "Certo," Mother Nature's

Jell Maker, at HARGRAVES Cash
and Carry Grocery, 807 S. Lime St.,
all day Saturday, April 15th. Come
in and sample them. It

Ladies' and men's bathing suits In
novelty weaves, all wool. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. tf
See our new White Kid Cleopatra

Sandals. All sizes and widths. Guar

antee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y.
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf

The children of the primary depart department
ment department of the Baptist Sunday school
wil lenjoy an Easter egg hunt tomor tomor-ro
ro tomor-ro wafternoon at 3 o'clock in the city
park.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

FOR RENT Apartment, six rooms
and two sleeping porches, furnished
or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. H.
H, Harold or Mrs. J. W. Dumas, tf

Thomas J. Christopher died today
at noon in his room at a local board boarding
ing boarding house. His remains are at the
undertakinsr narlors of Sam R. Pyles

X. Pnmnonv n await the nrrivnl nf KAIJ1A 1 UK KJb,rAlKlJNU Let me

his son, M. D. Christopher from Pel- j ht leaky radiator. Expert
ham, Ga. workmen. Work guaranteed. Fen-

FOR SALE One Ford touring body,
one Ford roadster body. Can bo
seen at Adams & Morrison garage,
Oklawaha Ave. Sl-12t

BOX LABELS We arc 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.. cala, Fla, 22-tf

SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT
AT LOWELL APRIL 21

An entertainment will be given by
the Y. P. S. of the United Evangelical
church at Lowell school house on the
evening xf April 21st, at 8 o'clock.
Two playlets, "The Spot on the Stairs"
and "Just Lake a Woman," will be ren rendered
dered rendered by local talent. There will be
vocal and instrumental music, read readings,
ings, readings, etc Admission, adults, 25 c,
children 10c. 14-ltwky

The word BUTTERNUT baked into
your loaf of broad is a guarantee that
it is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer. 25-tf

Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
ery froc-ery store. 25-tf
Prayer books and hymnals at THE
GIFT SHOP. 14-3t

Miss Sallie Tomlinson who has been
visiting her cousin Mrs. Carl Ray, has
returned to her home in Fayetteville,
N. C. The last few days that Miss
Tomlinson spent in Ocala she was the
guest of Mrs. E. A. Osborne.

Oxford
SHOP..

Bibles at

THE BOOK
I4-3t

The

Easter cards, the Gibson line,
Specialty Shop. A. E. Gerig.

New sDriner styles in White Kid

Sandals ; for particular women. Guar
antee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf

New Irish potatoes 75 cents a pecks

at the U-SERVE STORES. 12-3t!

EASTER
-HOP

CARDS at

THE GIFT
12-3t

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

UNCLASSIFIED

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 parable ta

ntlriwe except to those who have rear- i

ular advertising accounts.

WANTED To rent by May 1st two
rooms, kitchenette and bath, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Call after . :30 p. m. phone
144. 14-lt

LOST Several keys in leather key
holder. Please return to E. J.
Moughton care George MacKay &
Company. 13-3t

Look for this name on the show win

dows and on the sidewalk, in the door-
way of our new and modern store
next to the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
That is if you care to take advantage!

of all new goods bought for you on

I this year's lowest market Naturally

everyone knows the advantage we
have over competition that is loaded
with war price stock.

MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
Bearing the Genuine Label
Specially priced at

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BOVS PALM BEACH SUITS
Sizes 8 to 18
Specially priced at $8.50 and

$7.50

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FRIEDMAN-SHELBY SHOES For Men and Women g

8 RED GOOSE SCHOOL SHOES For Girls and Bojs

Are Among Our Dependable Lines

BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or

Store

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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.

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Affleck Millinery Parlor
111 East Broadway
OCALA FLORIDA

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