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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy in south and probably local showers in north portion tonight and Wednesday; cooler in north por tion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 66; this afternoon; 90.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:56; Sets, 6:58
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 92
REED RECEIVED A
FROM THE ROCKIES
ALLIES ARE HOT
TO BE PRESENT
A MLLIOII DOLLARS
A YEAR LOST
FOB THE BONUS
III FAVOR OF IT
Most of the Republican Senators Are
In Favor of Justice to the Ex Ex-Service
Service Ex-Service Men
Washington, April 18. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Decision to pass the
soldier bonus bill at this session of
Congress was reached today by Sen Senate
ate Senate republicans -in party conference.
The vote was thirty-six to nine on a
ruction offered by Senator Lenroot,
republican, of Wisconsin.
NO AMENDMENTS WILL BE OF OFFERED
FERED OFFERED House members who put through
the amendment to the naval bill in increasing
creasing increasing the enlisted personnel de decided
cided decided at the last moment today not to
offer amendments increasing the ap appropriation
propriation appropriation for the bureau of engi engineering,
neering, engineering, ordinance and construction
IS YET AN AMBASSADOR
Boris Bakhmateff, last accredited
ambassador from Russia to the Unit United
ed United States, is the recognized represen representative
tative representative of Russia and as such enjoys
diplomatic immunity, Secretary of
State Hughes declared today in a let letter'
ter' letter' transmitted to the Senate. The
labor committee has subpoenaed
Bakhmateff to appear at its Semenoff
MEETING OF PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
The regular meeting of the Parent Parent-Teachers
Teachers Parent-Teachers Association was held Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon, April 13th, Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston presiding. The first num number
ber number on the program was a selection by
the school orchestra, led by Mrs.4Cole,
which was enjoyed very much. Then
a beautiful fairy story was told by
little Miss Emily Bateman, the story
being. "The Dumb Princess."
Following these numbers came the
business hour. The minutes of the
March meeting were read and also a
letter from the Federation of Mothers'
Clubs in Jacksonville, announcing a
convention on May 3rd and 4th in
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Helvenston
stated that any member of the asso association
ciation association who could attend would "be
made a delegate.
As this was the meeting for reports
from committees, each chairman
present presented a report.
The chairman of the membership
and finance committee, Mrs. J. J.
Gerig, reported that $425 had been
raised this year, $125 being donated
for the primary school piano, $125 for
the high school science laboratory
and $125 for a soup kitchen. Of this
$43.50 is yet on hand.
Miss Edith Griffin, chairman of the
interior equipment committee, report reported
ed reported that forty-two items had been
bought with the $125 for the high
school laboratory$ 65 was used for
maps and charts, $25 being appro appropriated
priated appropriated from membership fund, $40
from 't'ag day" receipts, $2.50 of, this
"tag day" money being used for cards
sent out to parents. There were four
maps bought, one of each continent,
for the grammar grades. Mrs. Duval,
Mrs. C. C. Bryant, Mrs. L. N. Green
and Miss Annie Davis had served
Rotary lunches, making $51.50, which j
added to the $125, and $52.43 that was
left over, made a total sum fo $228.93
from the Parent-Teachers Association
for the primary school piano.
Miss Margaret Taylor, chairman of
the committee on health, reported
that the dental clinic and physical
training brought to Ocala this year
were made possible by the splendid
co-operation of our citizens, and to
them she gave the credit. Miss Tay Taylor
lor Taylor reported that $40 was yet needed
to pay Miss Eastman if it was neces necessary
sary necessary to pay for five months.
Miss Nellie Stevens, chairman of
the program committee, reported that
the work of this committee had been
simply to provide programs each
month and that this had been done to
the best of -the ability of the commit?
Green, chairman of the
Mrs. L. N.
social committee reported that the j children.
members of this committee had been j Miss Stevens announced that inter inter-hostess
hostess inter-hostess twice, had been of some serv- i esting pictures were being shown at
ice in the county track meet, and are
planning to be hostesses in May.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, chairman of the
domestic science committee, reported
that the plan of this committee had
been to start a soup kitchen. In a
way the idea had been carried out by
Miss Stevens of the primary school,
by having milk brought to the school j
each day. The Parent-Teachers As Association
sociation Association had paid for 235 bottles of
milk, which had not been dispensed
Woodrow Wilson Flatly Denied That
The Cantankerous Missouri Sen Senator
ator Senator Had Even Rendered
Him a Service
St. Louis, April 18 (By Associated
Press). Woodrow Wilson in a letter
last night denied the statement print printed
ed printed in the Globe-Democrat that he had
thanked Senator James A. Reed, can candidate
didate candidate for nomination and re-election,
for the "great service which the sen senator
ator senator rendered him in perfecting and
passing the federal reserve bill." The
statement was issued by Lee Meri Meriwether,
wether, Meriwether, attorney and supporter of
COLORED PERSONS IMITATE
WHITES IN KANSAS
Kansas City, April 18 Two" negroes
with pistols forced a bank messenger
to leave a crowded street car here
early today and enter an automobile,
and then robbed him of $11,000, four
thousand of which was cash,.
LOSS WAS HEAVY
FROM FIRE AT LOUGHMAN
, (Associated Press)
Orlando, April 18. Fire of unde unde-tei
tei unde-tei mined origin last night damaged
the mills and lumber yards of the
Everglades Cypress Company at
Loughman, with a loss of $75,000,
largely covered by insurance. J. W.
Tucker, of Kissimmee, is general man
a per of the company.
as charity, but 'given when parents
were unable to pay or when teachers
thought children needed it as for in
stance children who walked a long
distance. Of $100 for this department,!
$14.70 had been paid for milk and
straws and there is yet $85.30 in the
Ocala National Bank.
Miss Mary Sheppard, first vice
president, thanked the association and
equipment committee for the scientific
apparatus, stating that our school
now compares favorably in this re respect
spect respect with similar schools. Miss
Sheppard also thanked the campus
beautifying committee for the benches
put on our grounds.
Mrs. Helvenston stated that credit
for the satisfactory work of the year
was due to the chairman of each com committee,
mittee, committee, and urged each member to get
into- some committee and do some
definite work. Only a few really were
doing the work. Next month a coun county
ty county association is to be made and all
members should come to greet the
Mrs. Gary reported that Dr. Butler
who conducted a i dental clinic here,
stated that Ocala had been first of a
number of schools as to condition of
the mouth. Mrs. Gary also made a
few remarks about a county-federa
tion of all organizations.
Miss Taylor explained that as the
Parent-Teachers Association is a na national
tional national organization we ought at some
tinie to affiliate with the national or organization
ganization organization by paying 10 cents each.
The next business was the election
of officers and the following were
President, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston.
First Vice- President, Miss Mary
Second Vice President, Mrs. J.
Secretary, Mrs. Bateman.
Treasurer, Mrs. George Warner.
These new officers will be installed
at the next meeting.
Mrs. L. N. Green then made an an announcement
nouncement announcement that the week April 30th
to May 7th would be "Children's
Week," during which time religious
training for children would be espe especially
cially especially stressed. Only twelve million
out of twenty-five million children re receive
ceive receive religious training. Mrs. Helven Helvenston
ston Helvenston appointed Mrs. Green and Mrs.
J. J. Gerig to consult with Mr. E. C.
I Bennett as to special pictures for
the primary school certain evenings
Mr. J. J. Gerig reported that at the
Chamber of Commerce meeting the
I night before, a new school building to
! be made possible by a bond issue was
f discussed. But since new members
of the school board will be elected
next week, action on the new build build-insr
insr build-insr was deferred.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
Tore Northeastward Through Middle
States, Leaving Death and De Destruction
struction Destruction in Its Track
Chicago, April 18. (By the Asso
ciated Press). Sweeping northeast
ward through the middle western
states the storm which originated in
the Rocky Mountain region Sunday
had passed over Ohio today leaving
death and much destruction in its
wake. The loss of nearly fifty lives is
attributed to the storm, which de
veloped considerable energy as it
passed over Illinois and Indiana, tak taking
ing taking in many places the form of tor tornadoes.
nadoes. tornadoes. The damage to property will
mount into the millions. Twenty-one
persons are known to have been killed j
in Indiana. The greatest death list
is .in central Illinois.
Bunch of Players and Fans Met Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday to Try Out the Ball
The first practice of the season took
place yesterday afternoon with more
pep than a Mexican restaurant cook
puts in a batch of hot tamales. Eleven
aspirants for the team were present
and a dozen or more fans who desired
to see what was going on and wanted
to limber up their muscles a little by
chasing balls for the team. President
Rose, Secretary Bryant and Execu Executive
tive Executive Committeeman Walters were
present to see the first work-out of
our new team.
Burrie Taylor had charge of the
practice and will run the playing of
the team this year. Burrie first had
the boys throw a few and warm up
their arms. Some of the arms were
so stiff that they creaked and groaned
like a pair of rusty hinges but the heat
of yesterday's sun and the work with
the ball soon began to limber them up.
When the arms were warmed up
Taylor called for batting practice. The
interested fans and some of the small
boys donned gloves and took the field
and for the next hour they were kept
busy racing after the grass cutters
and line drives that the batters were
polling to all corners of the park.
Taylor has learned to be ambidex ambidextrous
trous ambidextrous and this year bats either right
or left-handed. He found that this
gave him a great advantage over
pitchers and the first thing he did yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon was to put Jimmie
Liddell wise to this stunt and start
him batting left-handed. Jimmie
could always make a south paw feel
sick but a right-hander had the ad advantage
vantage advantage over James. At first Jimmie
could not touch the pill when he swung
left-handed but before long, the crack
of the bat was followed by the. yells
of the kids in the field as they ambled
back to center field fence for the ball. 1
Harry Wood, began this season by
driving the pill out along the left field
foul line. Not a fan in Ocala but will
remember Harry's ability to deliver
the goods when they were needed.
Brooks was hitting them on the
head yesterday and seems to have his
batting eye early this season. Harris
hit well but then we always, expect
that of Frank He has the habit.
Leavengood sent several to the tall
timber and caused the boys in the
field to need a Ford to go after them.
Kirk Smith from the Commercial
Bank showed that he has been around
a ball team somewhere. His hitting
was free and strong and the way he
received the peg on second base was
good for sore eyes.
Hough of Dunnellon was up to try
for the team. Hough has a reputation
for big things in the Florida State
League but cannot play organized ball
because it would keep him out of col college
lege college ball. Hough tried out behind the
bat yesterday and showed a good peg
to second and a wonderful ability to
nab foul flies. Hodges of Gainesville
and Hewett of Archer were both out
for a try. Both boys show pretty good
The regular order of hitting was
hit one and bunt three and then run
around the bases. Those knee joints
did grunt and complain when Taylor
insisted that they hit 'em up lively
around the circuit but not one of the
huskies but who cheerfully obeyed all
orders. Prospects look good for 1922.
Mr. R. A. Burford and Miss Mary
Burford expect to leave next week
for Lynchburg, Va. They go especial especially
ly especially to attend the May Day exercises at
Randolph-Macon College and to wit witness
ness witness the crowning of the May queen,
who this year is Miss Agnes Burford.
Not Likely That the Soviet-German
Treaty Will be Accepted By
Genoa, April 18. (By Associated
Press). The consternation caused by
the German-Russian coup in conclud concluding
ing concluding the treaty of Rapallo, supplanting
the Brest-Litovsk pact, showed no
signs of abating as the economic con continued
tinued continued its deliberations today. The
prophets who predicted at the outset
the conference would result in gTeat
good or disaster to Europe, were in inclined
clined inclined today to take the view that the
conference is headed toward disaster,
which only the coolness of Lloyd
I George and other conference leaders
ALLIES AGAINST IT
Paris, April 18. (By Associated
Press). A Havas dispatch from Ge Ge-roa
roa Ge-roa says the Allies are drafting a
note to the Germans and Russians, no notifying
tifying notifying them, it will be impossible for
the Germans and Russians to continue
to participate in the sessions of the
Russian affairs commission of the con conference
ference conference if they persist in maintaining
the Russo-German treaty.
FRENCH CABINET 31EETS
Paris, April 18. (By Associated
Press). Premier Poincare assembled
the cabinet today to consider the atti attitude
tude attitude to be taken by France in case
R : sia and Germany propose to main maintain
tain maintain the separate arrangement re regarding
garding regarding restoration of Russia.
RENEW THEIR EFFORTS
Possible that the Strike W ill be Called
Off in a Few Days
New York, April 18. Efforts of the
anthracite miners and operators to
settle the strike were resumed here
today when members of their joint
sub-committee on wage contract nego negotiations
tiations negotiations reopened a series of confer conferences
ences conferences which began two weeks before
the strike was called April 1st.
ALL TROUBLE WILL
BE CALLED OFF
American Big League Teams Will Put
Europe in a Good Humor
Washington, April 18. A barn barnstorming
storming barnstorming trip through "England, Ire Ireland
land Ireland and France after the major
league season closes is in prospect for
the Washington American League
club and another major league club to
be decided later. Ted Sullivan, who
took the White Sox and the Giants on
a trip around the world some years
ago, is in charge of the plans.
DAWSON HA FAILED
TO RAISE DUVAL
Jacksonville, April 18. The state
tax equalization board at Tallahassee
is hearing protests against' the order
of Equalizer Dawson increasing the
tax assessment roll ox the various
counties. It was reported here early
this afternoon that the Duval county
increase of fifteen per cent was order ordered
ed ordered suspended by the board.
COMPLIMENT TO MRS. DUMAS
Mrs.' Charles Dumas of New York,
who has been the charming guest of
her son and daughter-in-law this win winter,
ter, winter, was complimented yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at a tea given by Mrs. Horace
Harold. The affair was a farewell
courtesy to Mrs. Dumas who expects
to leave for home the latter part of
this week. The hostess who is known
for her cordial hospitality, welcomed
her guests informally as they arrived
and presented them to the guest of
honor, and the two hours from five to
seven were spent in this congenial at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere while the guests chatted
an dthoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Tea, grapejuice, sandwiches and cake
were 'served by the hostess assisted
by several of those present. The
guests of, the afternoon included
friends of the honoree and neighbors
of the hostess who were delighted to
spent such pleasant hours with Mrs.
Dumas whose visit to Ocala is rapid rapidly
ly rapidly drawing to a close. The friends of
Mrs. Dumas regret her early depar departure
ture departure and hope that she will return for
another and longer visit next winter.
Read the unclassified adsfor profit.
At the Meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce Thursday Night, Mem Members
bers Members Will Discuss Matters Most
Important to Ocala.
The Marion County Chamber of
Commerce meets Thursday night at 8
o'clock, when there will be considered
the recommendations of the recent
good roads meeting in St. Aygustine
in regard to the various taxes and li licenses
censes licenses as a means for raising funds
for state highway construction. At
this meeting also will be considered
the advisability of an extra session
of the legislature to make the gaso gasoline
line gasoline tax good. The meeting will be
called on to select a vice president
from this county for the Florida State
Association for Capital Removal. Al Although
though Although the meeting will be a meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce, it will
also be in the nature of a public meet meeting
ing meeting and all citizens who are interested
in the matters to be discussed are
urged to attend.
HAVE HOPPED OFF
Birdmen of Portugal on Last Leg Of
Flight to Brazil
Porto Praya, Cape Verde Islands,
April. 18. (By Associated Press)
The Portuguese naval aviators started
at 5:30 this morning for St. Paul's
Rocks on the third and probably most
dangerous leg of their flight from
Lisbon to Rio Janeiro. The route
lies over 900 miles of water, devoid of
markers or guide ships and the avia aviators
tors aviators expected to reach the rocks, in
mid-Atlantic, in ten or twelve hours.
A Portuguese cruiser is awaiting
them there with fuel.
GRAND JURY IS
BUSY AT DELAND
Mrs. Shields Indicted Cor Murder Of
Husband and Case of Pete Smith
DeLand, April 18. The Volusia
grand jury today indicted Mrs. Shields
in connection with the death of her
husband. The indictment charges the
widow with aiding, abetting, hiring,
procuring or counselling an unknown
party who killed her husband. The
jury mmediately began an investiga investiga-tion
tion investiga-tion of the case of Pete Smith, a ne negro,
gro, negro, charged 'with the actual killing.
ARMOUR AND CUDADY
DENY THE MERGER
Chicago, April 18. Informal nego negotiations
tiations negotiations for a merger of three of the
big five packers into a five hundred
million dollar corporation have been
conducted by J. Ogden Armour, head
of Armour & Company, says the Her
ald and Examiner today. The firms
involved are Armour, Wilson and
Cudahy. Armour and Edward Cudahy
flatly denied that a merger is contem
plated. Wilson is out of the city.
RILEY SHOULD HAVE
PACKED A REVOLVER
Oakland, Calif., April 18 Philip
Riley, editor of the Free Press, a local
weekly, was seized by three men last
night, taken into the hills and tarred
Returning last night from Ocala
where several days were spent with
relatives and friends was the follow
ing party: Miss Marie Northrup,
Miss Bell Lee, Miss Evelyn Bridges,
Mrs. Ashley Russ and little daughter
Mary, and Robert Northrup. The trip
was made by automobile and the roads
were found to be in good condition-
St. Petersburg Independent.
j TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:
& All Light and Water consumers who have not
paid up their accounts by
3 off without further notice
& connecting the service.
O'Connor In His Speech Wednesday
Night Will Show How to Stop
Drain on Marion County
The Marion County v Chamber of
Commerce has received the following
from Mr. Charles O'Connor, field sec secretary
retary secretary of the American Automobile
Association, who will address the good
roads meeting at the courthouse to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night:
"In order that the people of Mar Marion
ion Marion county may understand clearly the -great
importance of their attending
your good roads meeting to be held
in your county courthouse Wednesday
evening, April 19th, at 8 p. m., we de desire
sire desire to make the following statement
"The American Automobile Asso Association
ciation Association is the oldest, largest and
strongest good roads organization in
the world, having over eight hundred
branches in the counties from Maine
"It has pioneered successfully prac practically
tically practically every main trunk line highway
in the United States.
"At a conference held in Detroit
last November, the American Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Association decided, after a
most careful survey of conditions cov covering
ering covering a period of years, to throw the
entire strength, financially and moral morally,
ly, morally, of its organization in behind the
construction, maintenance and stand standardization
ardization standardization of the main trunk lines
from from Chicago to Fort Myers,
Fla., via Ocala and New York to Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, via Daytona and see to it that
these two main trunk lines are put in
good, passable, every day in the year
condition by October 1st of this year.
"Now please consider this point
carefully: the East Coast route receiv-
1 ed over 9S per cent of the motor
transportation business in past years.
This year it is the intention of the
American' Automobile Association to
see to it that there is an equal divis division
ion division between the East and West Coast ...
and also that the general '.volume of
business to Florida is increased by
over 50 per cent and this means that
where four people come to Marion
county you may depend, upon four
hundred people spending their money
in your.county, commencing about Oc October
tober October 15th, this year, if the Marion
county people will do their part in
preparing for these people.
"Our objective is to speed up the
construction of the road from St. Pe
tersburg, Tampa, Lakeland, north to
Leesburg, Ocala, Micanopy, Gaines
ville, Alachua, High Springs, Lake
City, White Springs, Jasper, Vajdosta,
Ga Tift on, Macon, Atlanta, Rome,
Chattanooga, Term., Murfreesboro,
Franklin, Ky., Bowling Green, Eliza-
bethtown, Louisville, Indianapolis,
Lafayette to Chicago and to put in
standardized free service in every
county so that by October 1st, we may
have for the first time in its history
a practical highway from the north
to the south.
"Thirteen of the leading counties of
Florida, since January 10th, have en enthusiastically
thusiastically enthusiastically adopted our national
plan and as it is being carried out in
a business like way that assures suc success
cess success it means more money for every
citizen of Marion county and the state
"The American. Automobile Associa Association
tion Association has never failed in its promises in
over twenty years and now desires to
see two good through routes from the
north to the south by October 1st.
"We wish, also, to make it plain to
your people that the American Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Association is in no way direct directly
ly directly or indirectly connected with the,
Florida State Automobile Association
or any other organization in Florida
excepting its direct branches installed
by the A. A. A. since January 10th
this year. The counties that have
come to work on the A. A. A. plan of
standardization on the highways, are
as follows: Pinellas, Hillsborough,
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
the 20th inst will be cut
ana fcl.uu cnargea lor re-
SISTRUNK, Gty Clerk
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Senator' Trammell is coming to
lonaa, to meet ana greet nis inenas
before" the primary.
Mr. Bryan probably feels like an
unwooed lady, who has exercised her
leap' year privilege, and been turned
Mr. Frederick Hocker informs the
Star "that he wilfbe a candidate in the
ensuing" 'primary for representative
from Marion county in group two. Mr.
Hocker-is a very popular young man
and an able lawyer." He has the old-
. fashioned idea of, running for the im
portant but ill-paid office for the
honor "there is in it. No doubt that
"Fred," if elected, will discharge his
duties. with both honor and' ability.
. Why worry about the origin of the
human "race, while its ultimate des
tination is clouded with so much un
certainty? Tampa Times.
You have spoken a mouthfull, friend
Times. The poorest of indoor sports
is quarreling over the origin of the
human.' It is very interesting, if car
ried on amicably, but foolish if dis
cussed 'intolerantly. As our contem
porary says the future is much more
important than the past, and what the
future shall be depends largely on
what we do in the present.
, The publisher of an afternoon pa paper
per paper j six "days in the week, in a western
state,' .'refuses to make a government
statement of circulation and owner ownership"
ship" ownership" as required of "daily"x papers,
claiming that, as his newspaper is not
. issued seven days in a week it is not
a "daily." And it is said the test is
to be made in the courts. This unique
contention will be watched by the
press of the country with unusual in interest.
terest. interest. Miami Metropolis.
Must be something crooked about
. The Star understands that the
council, at its meeting tonight, will
have introduced an ordinance instruct instructing
ing instructing the city manager to pave some of
the streets with brick, instead of as asphalt,
phalt, asphalt, as has been contemplated.
There is opposition to this plan, but
how much we cannot say. We think
it will" be "beneficial to pave a few
blocks with brick, altho we are sure
I It seems like th main function of a
woman's forefinger Is to find out
--whether callih- cards are engraved.
that the people expect most of the
bond issue to be expended on asphalt.
The idea in using some brick, is to
ascertain its exact cost, and if the ex experiment
periment experiment works oat well for the city,
when the bond issue is exhausted to
go on paving streets with brick with
its own force.
The following dispatch was received
by the Star today:
SumraerfielLFla4 April 17.
Star, Ocala, Fla.: I have decided
to announce for the legislature -end
will select -roup Number One.
The Star is glad to receive Mr.
Mayo's message. It is hardly neces
sary to-say that it will be greatly to
the, interest of the people to re-elect
him. He made a good representative
at the last term and will make a bet
ter one -at" the 'next-'One.' Mr. Mayo
becomes a 'candidate at considerable
sacrifice to his business interests. The
Star hopes' the Deoule ; will -show! at)-
v-eciation of his public spirit by- giv
ing h5m a heavy vote.
Editor Benjamin of the Ocala1 Star
recentfy -visited Orlando and it requir
ed a whole page of his excellent paper
to tell of thewonders of-that 'phe
nomenal city and county; Had he ex
tended his tour to Tampa,u the Star
would have had to have been enlarged
to enable Brother Benjamin- td- eluci
date upon the charms of the Queen of
the Gulf. Tampa Tribune.
The J Star has given Tampa more
complimentary space than it has
given to any locality outside- Ocala
in Florida: We may visit your pretty
seaside village : again ; 1 sometime, in
which case we will look-the town-over
and see if we can find six columns
The arrest and confinement as
common malefactor of Gen. Semenoff,
atamerf of -the Cossacks, because some
Americans were murdered and others
robbed, in Siberia,1 is. a piece of fool
ishness. Cossacks, as" a general thing,
have been friendly-to. Americans, and
it is 'not likely that any of our people
would have been harmed if their chief
tain could 'have prevented it. Gen!
Semenoff has something 'of the stand
ing of an ambassador; and '; if he is il
treated here 'his people: will make
matters very uncomfortable for any
Americans; who go into their territory.
lne Marion uounty unamber o:
Commerce is receiving inquiries for
names of vegetable growers and buy
ers. For the convenience of thos
who want the information thecham
ber .will maintain' a register of grow
ers and buyers, during the "present
season. The growers and buyers' o
watermelons, cantaloupes, tomatoes:
cucumbers and other vegetables are
invited to register names and ad addresses
dresses addresses at the Chamber Of Commerce.
The list of names 'wilt'thetr be irvail irvail-able
able irvail-able merely as a' means of enabling
growers and buyers to get 1n -touch
OCALA TWENTYYEARS AGO
, (Evening Star "April 18, 1902)
There is only one store vacant in
Ocala of any size or condition.'
The' third clock golf tournament
was' held at the golf links yesterday
af&rrioon and was gotten up by -the
ladies for the 'men' -"players.' There
were twenty-four 1 entries lthe-n first
prize being' won' by Judge D. S. WifP
Mrs. R. L. Anderson and children
left this 'morning for-Lynchburg, -Va.f
where Misses' Mary" and- Rebecca An Anderson
derson Anderson are attending' Randolph-Macon
Little Misses '- Caro -Liddon-and
Beatrice Ottensausser entertained a
number of their little friends at a pic
nic in the woods Saturday afternoon.
Ocala Ten Years Age-'
(Evening Star April 18, 1912)
Mrsf F. J. Haygood;xf Jacksonville
is spending a f cw ays3 in Ocala with
her sister, Mrs": T. M.' Moore:'
" William -Anderson Jr'who has re returned
turned returned from Horner Military Academy
in North Carolina, has, takeri his 'for 'former
mer 'former position with the Southern Ex Express'
press' Express' Company.
Miss Mary Kate Davidson iff visit visiting
ing visiting in Ocala at the home of "Mrs.'
Mr. William Henry Fuller left today
for Jacksonville, where-he has' accept accepted
ed accepted a position in a 'laundry.
Mrs. J. B. Ley accompanied 'by her
daughter Mrs. Alexander, 'has return returned
ed returned from Tampa.
Mrs; M. H. Hatehell left today 'for
Worthington Springs -where-she'as
been called bn account of the" severe
illness of her mother, Mrs. Hiers.-'
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
W. K. Lane, M. physician and
surgeon, specialist eye,' ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
The best of materials and-the moct
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. ; Coma and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
IN SILVER SPRINGS
Editor Star: I have just returned
from an extended auto trip through
the state of Florida. I think I need
not mention the revelations that have
engaged .my close attention save only
what I found at Silver Springs. Your
readers are all familiar with that re
markable natural phenomenon, but it
is fossible that they may not all be
familiar with what to me was really!
an t astounding discovery. As I was
being conducted over that pellucid
pool I suddenly and abruptly called a
halt. I saw at a depth of perhaps
twenty feet a remarkable object un
canny-and strange. I observed it, in
deed studied it, very carefully, and de determined
termined determined that it was no inherent part
of the old Ocala rocks that underlie
this region. Its peculiar shape and
color revealed that it was clearly1 a
petrefaction and not a fortuitous frag fragment
ment fragment of rock. It was of the shape of a
huge alligator and of a length of
twenty feet, more or less, and strange
to say it was nearly all intact. Un Unfortunately
fortunately Unfortunately the head was gone and
very likely a portion of the tail. A
few feet of the tail had become sep
arated but was lying directly in line
and less than a foot from the point of
separation.' There it lay as plain to
view as if set up in a museum. It re required
quired required no stretch of the imagination to
identify it as one of the old saurian
monsters that sported in the steaming
Waters of the Pliocene era in which it
was clear these rocks belong. Among
those ancient amphibian reptiles of
that iage there was only one to which
it perfectly answered, that was the
icthyosaurus. I needed no exhaustive
study, to identify this as a fine petre-
factirntrf one of those ancient mon
sters. Presumably thousands of peo
pie have 'looked upon this remarkable
creature,' but I am not able to find any
mention of it in any of the geological
reports of this, state, nor is any hint of
it found in any descriptions of Silver
Springs, tho I have made careful
search in a public library of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. It may be set down as a scientific-fact
that here is one of the very
best exhU)its in existence of that old
saurian rmontser, the icthyosaurus,
and in exactly the place assigned by
nature" hundreds Of thousands, per
haps milions of years ago. The icthy icthyosaurus
osaurus icthyosaurus 'was a reptile, normally thirty
to -thirty-five' feet long, a most vora voracious
cious voracious monster, shaped like an alligator
but with flippers instead of legs, arm armed
ed armed with; a large 'head and powerful
jaws, and able to cope with any enemy
of the shallow waters. It was very
swift and lived entirely upon the les lesser
ser lesser 1 animals. ; With one large telesco telescopic
pic telescopic eye on each side, surrounded by
eight microscopic eyes, in point of
keen-vision it possessed a tremendous
advantage over the other denizens of
J; From one of the phosphate beds of
your region I have an exceedingly fine
specimen of a tooth of the ancient
mastodon which once inhabited this
region in great numbers. It is the up upper,
per, upper, back molar and in a perfect state
of -preservation. The mastodon was
an; elephant about the same height of
the Asiatic species, but somewhat
longer and more massive. It occupied
most of the territory of the United
States, extending somewhat into Can Canada.
ada. Canada. I have found well preserved re remains
mains remains in Michigan." It appears to me
that Florida should be a very rich field
for the paleontologist.
' Perhaps it is due to say that I have
ben a -public lecturer for more than
fifty years. My line has been mostly
on geology and astronomy, with stere stere-opticon.
opticon. stere-opticon. Always gratis.
Franklin S. Dewey, M. S.,
University of Michigin.
Jacksonville; April 11.
. We thank Mr. Dewey for his inter interesting
esting interesting article. The formation that he
alludes to, with other curiosities of the
Silver river bed, has been described in
the t Ocala papers so often, that they
awaken very little notice here. A
number of years ago, a young man
who was born by and lived most of
bis life -along the Oklawaha and Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, rivers, wrote descriptions of. all
formations,, legends, etc., of the two
streams. Up to the time of his death
a few years ago, he had written scores
of -r such articles. Among others, he
put into print a legend of an immense
prehistoric r amphibious animal, which
burrowed its way from the sea to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, tearing up on its way
the trench along which the Oklawaha
and Silver rivers now run. There is
a great: quantity of fossils in the
Strata which forms the foundation of
FJorida, and it is by no means unlikely
that among them are specimens of the
icthyosaurus and many other anim-ls
that vanished before history began.
Country -cured hams sliced at the
Mam3 Street-Market. Phone 108. 13
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REGULAR MEETING OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
The regular meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club was called to order- Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. J. W.
After the regular routine business
had been completed an interesting
special program was given. The pro program
gram program was in charge of-Mrs. E. A. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, chairman of the health "commit "committee,
tee, "committee, and through her efforts the mem members
bers members of the club sprat one of the
most pleasant and -instructive after afternoons
noons afternoons of the season.
Miss Mary C. Marshall made a spe special
cial special plea and told of the urgent need
of nurses and expressed the hope that
more of our young women would take
up the training course.
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead, who has
been doing such excellent work for
the Florida Citrus Exchange in the
north this past winter, thereby doing
most effective advertising for the
state and its products, made a most
interesting talk on her work.
Then the special speaker of the af t-
ernon was introduced, Mrs. Harry
Swartz of Tidewater. Mrs. Swartz is
a good speaker and her address was
listened to with interest. She made
a fervent appeal for women voters,
and their interest in the leading ques questions
tions questions of the day. She is well inform
ed on her subject and her zeal and
enthusiasm awoke her hearers to a
closer interest in the matters she
The following program was then
Two piano solos from S. Rachmani Rachmaninoff
noff Rachmaninoff by Floyd Coleman.
Selection by O. H. S. girls quartet,
composed of Lillian Little, Annie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Inez Collins and Marie Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Scottish Tone Picture (Edward Mc McDowell),
Dowell), McDowell), Margaret Gerig.
Valse Caprice (Schubert-Lisza) An
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
AT GRACE CHURCH
Last night, being Easter Monday
night, according to custom generally
followed throughout the church, the
annual parish meeting was held in
Grace, church at 8 o'clock. After eve evening
ning evening prayer had been said by the rec rector,
tor, rector, reports from all the societies of
the church were read, all of which
were very gratifying and encourag encouraging.
The subject of delegates to- the an annual
nual annual convocation was introduced but
no formal appointment was made.
Then followed the election o
vestrymen, which resulted I in the
choice of Mr. Frank Drake, Mr. Bert
Dosh, Mr. George Pasteur, Mr. James
Brumby and Mr. N. Russell Dehon to
serve as the vestry for the ensuing
The new vestry will meet at the
retcory on Thursday night at "eight
o'clock for the purpose of organiza
tion and enjoying a social hour.
'John J. Neighbour, Rector.
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 of April 21st, at 8 o'clock.
Two playlets, "The Spot on the Stairs'
and "Just Like a Woman," will be ren
dered by local talent. There will be
vocal and instrumental music, read
ings, etc. Admission, adults,- zb c,
children 10c. 14-ltwky
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100 pounds No. 1 Corn 1.80
Whole Grain Rice . 7c
Pure Pork Sausage . 25c
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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. r Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under and
toy virtue of an execution of date the
27th day of March 1922, issued by the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, upon a judgment entered in said
court dn a certain cause therein pend pending
ing pending in which Perfection Canopy Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and
J. w. Prater was defendant, which
Judgment is recorded in Judgment
Book B, page 585, of the public records
of Marion county, Florida, I have levied
upon and will sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash at
the west door of the Marion county
court house, in Ocala. Florida, during
the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, May 1st, 1922,
the following described land, to-wit:
Lot number 428, situated in the
town of Dunnellon, and more par particularly
ticularly particularly described by a map or
plat of said town now on file in the
" office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Marion county, Florida.
Said sale will be made to satisfy the
amount due on said execution and the
costs of sale.
S. C. M. THOMAS,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
Mar 28 Apr 4 11 18 25
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.
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Copyright by Kathleen Norrfr
"Give usfa lift!" shrieked Ward,
flinging himself upon the car as its
Hpeed decreased. "Something is the
matter with my engine engine pec pectoris
toris pectoris Is what I call It! Father, Mr.
Tom Grant expects you to dine at his
table tonight, he said to remind you.
And, Harriet, angel of angels, we will
be about six or seven about the groan groaning
ing groaning board; Is that all right?"
"I told Bortoniley six or seven,"
Harriet said, serenely. "Ward, get In
or get out," she added, maternally,
"don't hang over the door in that
She had put her arm about the boy
to steady him ; they began to discuss
tennis scores with enthusiasm. -Richard
drove the rest of the way home
almost without speaking.
He planned to see Harriet again
that evening, and left the club at
eleven o'clock, aftr an Incredibly dull
game, with the definite hope that the
youngsters would dance, or In some
other way prolong the summer eve evening
ning evening at least until midnight. His
heart sank when he reached Crown Crown-lands;
lands; Crown-lands; the lower floor showed only
the tempered lights that burned until
the latest member' of the' family came
lifTand Bottomley reported that the
young persons had gone upstairs at
about half-past ten, sir. It was now
Richard debated sending Harriet a
message to the effect that he would
like to see her for a moment. The
flaw In this plan was that he could
think of nothing about which there
was the slightest necessity of seeing
her. He felt restless and anything
but sleepy, and glanced; irresolutely'at
the library door, and at the stairway.
Suddenly uproar broke out upstairs;
there were thumping feet, shrieks,
wild laughter, and slamming doors.
With a suddenly lightened heart Rich-
"Amy Hawkes Amy Hawkes Amy
Hawkes Come Into Court! Ward
Intoned. "Drunk and Disorderly!"
ard ran up the wide, square flight to
the landing. His son, in pajamas that
were more or less visible beneath hit
streaming robe of Oriental silk, was
pirouetting about the upper hall with
a siphon of soda water. Subdued
giggles and smothered gasps indicated
that the young ladies were somewhere
near, in hiding. Young Hopper, un under
der under Ward's direction, was investigat investigating
ing investigating doors and alcoves.
"Amy Hawkes Amy Hawkes Amy
Hawkes come into court!" Ward In Intoned.
toned. Intoned. "Drunk and disorderly!"
"Here, here, here!" Richard said.
"What's all this?"
Amy and Nina, with hysteric
shrieks, Immediately forsook cover,
and dashed down to him, clinging to
"Oh. Father! Make them stop! Oh,
Mr. Carter, save us!" screamed the
girls in delicious terror. "Oh, they
got poor Francesca she's locked up
In your room They climbed up our
porch, affer they swore to Harriet
that "they" wouldn't make another
Harriet now appeared In the hall hallway,
way, hallway, her ha!r falling In a braid over
her shoulder, and the long lines of the
black robe she wore giving her figure
an unusual effect of height. She did
not see Richard Immediately, for she
had eyes only for Ward, as she eaught
his shoulder, and took away the si siphon.
phon. siphon. "Now, Ward look here," she said,
sternly. "What sort of honor do you
call this Half an hour ago T thought
all this nonsense was stopped. Shame
on you! Those ciris promised me
She saw Richard and laughed, the
color flooding her f. ce
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day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
"Ain't they simply shameless!" she
sa:d. "I had them all settled down,
once! Xina. where's Francesca? You
see," Harriet said, in rapid explana explanation
tion explanation to Richard, "I gave the girls my
room tonight, so that they could all
be together, and this is my reward!"
The girls, entirely unalarmed by
her severity, had deserted Richard
now, and were clinging to her with
weak laughter and feeble explana explanations.
tions. explanations. "Francesca unlocked that door, and
rushed Into Mr. Carter's room !" Amy
explained, wiping her eyes. "And
then the boys locked her in there!"
The composed reappearance of Fran Francesca
cesca Francesca at this point, however, added to
the general hilarity.
"You did not lock me in. Smarties!"
Francesca drawled, childishly. "They
climbed to the balcony, and we were
well, we were undress!ng," she said
to Richard, "and here they were ham hammering
mering hammering and yelling like like Si Si-washes!
washes! Si-washes! We grabbed our wrappers,
we wanted to
"We wanted to lock them out
there!" Amy explained, laughing un uncontrollably.
controllably. uncontrollably. "But"
"And I snapped off the light
Nina interposed, with deep satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. "And. mind you
"And the wonder was that we didn't
die of fright"
"Now, look here." Harriet said, in
the babel, "I'll give you all exactly two
minutes to quiet down. Never in the
course of my life
Richard thouclvt her maternal Indul Indulgence
gence Indulgence delightful : he thought the
young people who clung about her
charming in their apologetic and
laikghing promises. Ward and Bruce
Hopper mounted to their own region ;
Richard went with the girls and Har Har-r'et
r'et Har-r'et to the rooms thnt had been at attacked.
tacked. attacked. Pilgrim, the tireless, was al already
ready already there, replacing pillows, strafght strafght-ening
ening strafght-ening beds, untwisting curtains. The
girls, with reminiscent bubbles of
laughfer, began to help her.
After the last good-nights, Richard
and Harriet had no choice but to cross
the hall again, and they stood there
for a moment, laughing at the recent
"After twelve," Harriet said, with
a smiling shake of her head. "Aren't
they young demons! However," she
added in an undertone, "it's the best
thing in the world for Nina This
sort of nonsense will blow cobwebs
Richard was only conscious of a
desire to prolong this intimate little
moment of parental consultation.
"She doesn't speak of Blondin?" he
"Not at all. The birthday came and
went placidly emmgh," Harriet an answered,
swered, answered, suddenly intent after her
laughing. And as he did not speak for
a second, she looked up at him. inno innocently.
cently. innocently. "You don't think she's hiding
anything?" she asked, anxiously.
"I no, I hardly think so," Richard
answered, confusedly. Their eyes met,
and he smiled vaguely. Then Harriet
slowly crossed 'the hall to the door of
the guest room, where she was spend spending
ing spending the night, and gave him an only
half-audible good-night. Richard stood
watching the door for a moment or two
alter it had closed upon the slender,
dimly seen figure. Then he went to
his own room, and began briskly
enough to move about between the mir mirrors
rors mirrors and dressing room, windows and
bed. But two or three times he
stopped short, and found himself
staring vacantly into space, all move movement
ment movement arrested, even thought arrested
for whole long minutes at a time.
Harriet, entering her room, closed
the door noiselessly, and remained for
a long tiifce standing with her hands
resting against It behind her, her eyes
alert, her breath coming as if she had
been running.' There was only a nfght
light in the bedroom; the covers were
still tumbled back from her sudden
flight toward the rioting youngsters In
the hall. She got back Into her bed
and opened her book. But for a long
time she- neither slept nor read; her
eyes widened at the faintest sound of
the summer night; her heart thumped
madly when the curtains whispered at
the window, or the 'wicker chairs gave
the faintest creak. Itr had not been
only for Richard that the midnight
hour of responsibility and informality
shared had had its thrill.
One o'clock. Harriet closed her book
and snapped off her light. But first
she went to the window and leaned out
into the sweet darkness. There was
shadow unbroken everywhere ; no light
in all the big ho'use was burning .as
late as her own.
After that life took on a mysterious
fragrance and beauty that made every
hour of it an intoxication to the mas master
ter master and mistress of Crownlands. The
fact that their secret was all their own
was all the more enchanting. To the
domestic staff, to the children, to, the
outside world, life went upon its usual
smooth way. Mr. Carter would be in
town tonight, Mr. Carter was detained
sit the o-fiee, Mrs. Carter was chaperon chaperoning
ing chaperoning the young people, there were flow flow-ers
ers flow-ers for Mrs. Carter. That was all Bot Bottomley
tomley Bottomley and Pilgrim and Ward and Ni Nina
na Nina saw.
But to Harriet and Richard the de delicious,
licious, delicious, secret itine of hide-and-go-seek
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significant. Harriet opened the boxes
of flowers he sent her with a heart suf suffocating
focating suffocating with joy. Richard consented
to be absent from the dinner table
over which she presided wih an ag agony
ony agony of renunciation that almost made
him fee! ill. When he chanced one day
to meet her with Nina, In a breezy,
awnlnged summer restaurant, the
sight of the slender figure thrilled him
as he had never been thrilled by any
woman he had ever known. He was
to speak to her, to hear her voice I One
day he bought her shoes; in the shop
she looked at him for approval. He
thought the shoes, low shoes with
buckles, that showed the silk-clad an ankle,
kle, ankle, very suitable and pretty. He was
thrown Into sudden confusion when
the shoe clerk turned to him with a
murmured mention of the price.
Ten dollars? Richard fumbled for
his purse. He had met her walking
alone In the Avenue ; she had said that
she must get shoes. Hundreds of other
men were presumably buying theli
wives shoes, up and down the bril brilliant
liant brilliant street. But Richard found the
adventure shaking to the soul.
"They're lovely shoes," Harriet said,
as they walked out Into the sunshine.
She told him that she was to meet
Nina at his mother's at five. Richard,
with sudden eagerness, wondered if
she would spend the interval in hav- j
ing tea somewhere, but instead they
went Into a bookshop, and she carried
a new book triumphantly away. "It's
a frightful, day In town," Harriet said,
"and if we're a little early we may
all get away to the country that much
She established herself contentedly
beside him when they did finally start
for Crownlands. Ward, beside Han Hansen,
sen, Hansen, did most of the talking ; Nina was
silent, and Harriet noticed that she
was very pale. Richard was repeat repeating
ing repeating to himself one phrase all the way;
a phrase that he. found so thrilling
and absorbing that it was enough to
keep him from speaking aloud, or lis listening
tening listening to what the others said.
"I love her I love her I love herP
thought Richard. And sometimes he
glanced sidewlse at her, her beautiful
hair rippling in thick waves under the
thin veil, her face a little pale from
the heat of the day, her glorious eyes
faintly shadowed. When the swift
movement of the car brought her
shoulder against his, their eyes met
for a smiling second, and it seemed to
Richard that his heart brimmed with
the most delicious emotion that he had
Nina complained of a' headache
when they reached home, and went
early to bed. Harriet, when she had
tubbed and changed to an evening
gown, glanced in at Nina, and thought
the girl asleep. -There were men
guests for dinner, and afterward there
was bridge. Harriet sat with Madame
Carter for awhile, for the old lady had
also dined upstairs, went about the
house upon her usual errands,, and,
going to her own room, found Nina
reading,- at about ten o'clock. Nina
did not look up or speak as Harriet
The door that led to Richard's room
was not only unlocked, but actually
ajar. Harriet gave it a surprised
glance, and spoke to Nina, in the next
"Nina, did you unlock this door?"
"What door?" Nina called. "Oh,
yes!" she added. "I did."
"Oh," Harriet murmured. And she
stepped to the door, and looked "into
It was a sort of upstairs sitting
room, furnished simply, In man
fashion, with deep leather chairs on
each -side of the fireplace, broad tables
carrying only the essential lamps and
ashtrays, a shabby desk where Rich Richard
ard Richard kept personal papers, and book bookshelves
shelves bookshelves crammed with novels. Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, making a timid round,1 saw Bal Bal-ac
ac Bal-ac and Dickens, Dumas and Fielding,
several Shakespeares and a complete
Meredith, jostling elbows with modern
novels In bright jackets, and yellow"
French romances losing their paper
Suddenly her heart turned to water;
some tiny sound in the silence warn warning
ing warning her that some one had entered.
She turned, discovered here In the
very center of his own private apart apartment.
ment. apartment. He was standing not three
feet away from' her. For a second
they stared at each other with a sort
of mutual trepidation.
"Hello!" he said; then matter-of-factly,
"I brought home a paper to tonight;
night; tonight; I. wanted Unger to see it! I
left it in the suit I wore."
He stepped to the dressing room,
and probed In a pocket, without mov moving
ing moving his pleasant look from her.
"Giving my room the once over?" he,
"Nina left the door open. I've never
been in here before," Harriet said, try
ing to make her voice as natural as
his own. Confused and ashamed, she
was hardly conscious of what she said.
"Here e are!" Richard glanced at
the paper he had found. "See here,"
he said, presently, going to a win window,
dow, window, "come here a minute, I want to
show you this! You see," they were
both looking out into the moonlight
now, "you see, this is where I propose
to build on that big room downstairs,
throw the library Into the blue room,
and have a big sleeping porch upstairs
here," he explained. "Perfectly feasi feasible,
ble, feasible, and yet It will make a different
house of it!"
( Continued Tomorrow)
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Magnolia St. 15-6t
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, im
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
lie', three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable 1st
advaaee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRING
We can make a new radiator for
. your car in one day. We restore
circulation to your stopped radia
tor, llepair all makes of radiators.
121 West Broadway. 18-6t
ESTRAY NOTICEr-There came to
my place April 17th, a dark bay
maie; white spot on forehead; hob hobble
ble hobble was broken. Call at Spring
Way Inn, near Silver Springs. 3t
FOR SALE CHEAP Brushed brass
bed, good condition. Apply Box
WANTED White Leghorn baby
chicks, June 15. Write Box 342. 186t
LOST A radiator cap with a mot-. r r-meter
meter r-meter attached. H. L. Borland,
phtme 265. 17-3t
FOR SALE Household
ply 614 E. Adams St.
RANTED Poultry and eggs, Irish
and sweet potatoes, beans, celery,
lettuce, oranges and grapefruit.
Make trial shipment. Quick results
guaranteed. Waters Fruit and Pro Produce
duce Produce Co., Tampa, Fla. 15-6t
FOR RENT A house; also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to 'Mrs. Emily
Green, 605 Oklawaha avenue or
phone 383. 15-6t
LOST Lady's handbag, Saturday.
Contained $25 to $30 cash, visiting
cards ar kodak pictures. Believed
to have been lost in front of Temple
theater or at union station cafe. A
suitable reward for its retJbrn. Miss
Vera Higginbotham, Electra, or the
Star office. 17-3t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Qo., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
FOR SALE A nicely located two two-story,
story, two-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.
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
FOR RENT Apartment, six rooms
and two sleeping porches, furnished
or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. H.
H, Harold ,or Mrs. J. W. Dumas, tf
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN.
CAN. AMERICAN. PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar-
, ranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit. and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub
lishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows and
mill work and will save you
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,
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hail in the
tkird story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
. E. E. Converse, ISL G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mrs. Ernest Lytle and children of
Stanton are the guests of Mrs. George
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Miss Mary Burford returned home
yesterday after a pleasant trip of two
months spent in Birmingham and
Miss Daisy Bell is spending a few
days in Ocala with her sister, Mrs
Mrs. Beauman and Miss Dorothy
Beauman of Candler spent today in
the city. Mrs. Beauman while here
conducted at the Woman's Club one
of her interesting classes in art.
Mr. Edwin Green spent Easter in
town with his mother, Mrs. E. B
Green. He was accompanied by a col-
j lege mate, Mr. Hawkenstead of South
Dakota, who is attending the Uriivers
ity of Florida.
From Ocala are M. M. Little, C L.
Moore, C. Simmons, E. E. Converse
and T. C. Carter, who are stopping at
the Pcinsettia hotel while in the city
for the I. O. O. F. convention. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent.
Fresh fish just received: Mullet,
Mango Snapper, Sea Trout, Mackerel,
Sheephead, Fresh Water Trout, Red
Fish. Blue Fish and Red Fish Stpak,
at THE CITY FISH MARKET. 18-3t
Mr. J. H. Wertz, formerly a citizen
cf Ocala, but who is now a prosper prosperous
ous prosperous cigar dealer of Tampa, was in
town today, visiting old friends and
attending to business.
. Mrs. Iva Townsend Sprinkle, editor
of the Lake Butler Times, spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in Ocala looking after her land
holdings in this county. Mrs. Sprinkle
paid the Star a much appreciated call.
She is a bright and energetic woman
and it was with pleasure that" we made
her acquaintance. ;
A telegram was received in Ocala
this morning from Mr. Sam Leigh,
telling of the death of his eldest sis
ter Mrs. Boyett, of Jacksonville, who
died this morning at her home in that
city. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh went to
Jacksonville Sunday night, called
there by Mrs. Boyett's critical illness.
The many friends of Mr. Leigh extend
their sympathy to him in his loss.
The members of the Sunday school
of the Episcopal church enjoyed an
Easter egg hunt and an all around
good time yesterday at the "rectory.
After an afternoon spent in egg hunt hunting
ing hunting and in playing. all kinds of games,
in which teachers and pupils joined,
ice cream and cake were served which
completed a happy afternoon.
Mr. Bernard Kodnce, who spent
Easter in Ocala with his mother Mrs.
J. C. B. Koonce, has returned to
Tampa. It has been some time since
he has been in town and his friends
gave him a warm welcome Mr.
Koonce who is with the Lorillard To
bacco Company, has recently changed
his headquarters from Jacksonville.
He now has the 'East Coast as far
south as Key West and across to
Tampa as his territory.
Mr. Thos. H. Harris, who has been
spending a few days in town with -his
parents, returned this afternoon to
Little Edith Ott entertained a few
of her little neighbors and friends at
an Easter egg hunt this morning at
her home. For an hour excitement
ran high, while the little folks hunted
in the grass and flowers for the bright
colored eggs. When all the eggs had
been found, each child counted his or
her eggs and it was found that little
Lawson Cox had- been the most active.
finding the greatest number of eggs,
and he was given a "Bunny Book."
The other children who did not have
so many were given balloons. After
the egg hunt games were enjoyed and
then came refreshment time when the
little folks were taken into the dining
room where ice cream and cake and
candy were served. In the center of
the table was a large bowl of nastur nasturtiums
tiums nasturtiums which was surtrounded by paper
chickens that later were given as fav favors
ors favors and when opened up were paper
caps. .All of the children who were
at the party had a fine time and went
hometo tell about it to their friends.
Miss Susie Lou Ellis assisted Mrs.
Ott during the evening in entertain
ing the children and in serving them.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
-I - C. V. RobertSr Comnojeiv
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
SEVEN GIVEN THE STROKE
OF THE KNIGHTLY SWORD
Ocala and Dunnellon K. of P. Lodges
Had a Combined Meeting
The K. of P. had a large-sized
meeting Monday evening, a baker's
dozen of Phosphate City knights join
ing their Ocala brethren. They
brought with them four gallant es
quires, who emerged from the Castle
Hal with visors down and knightly
spurs jangling on their heels. The
Ocala knights were out in full force,
and had wilh them three brave young
men to endure the final ordeal. The
degree team did splendid work, ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding even its last appearance.
The Dunnellon delegation consisted
of R. F. Rogers Jr., A. L. Neville, J.
O. Edson, C. D. Wynne, Geo. Lee Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Julian Niblack, Charles Niblack,
W. H. Hoffman, L. M. Kibler, W. J.
Mixon and T. K. North. The candi candidates
dates candidates were Wynne, the two Niblacks
and Davis. The Ocala candidates
were C. T. Enzian, Edward Lopez and
P. E. Rawls.
After the work was over, all were
refreshed with ice cream and cigars,
following which were many good talks
for the good of the order. The meet meeting
ing meeting broke up about 11 o'clock and all
went home happy.
RETIRED BRITISH OFFICER
BOUGHT A LAKE WEIR HOME
What has been known for many
years as the Agnew home on the
north shore of Lake Weir where the
Dixie Highway strikes the lake boule boulevard
vard boulevard has been purchased by Major W.
Tilly, who recently came here from
Grand Forks, B. C, Canada. Messrs.
Thorn & Thomas, who conduct the
oca agency of the Strout company,
made the sale.
We understand that the place which
is really one oi the most, attractive
of the larger residence properties on
the lake, is to be greatly improved
and the residence overhauled.
Major Tilly served many years in
the British army and is now on the
retired list. Among his other cam
paigns while in active service were a
number of years in India. The fact
that Major Tilly has decided to live
iriL'Marion county, after seeing every
portion of the globe, is nfuch appre
ciated by those who have long been
enthusiastic over our many -attrac
Some men like closed cars, and
some chew tobacco.
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETING
The Woman's Auxiliary tf the Mar-
ibn County Hospital Association will
meet at the hospital Wednesday, April
19, at four o'clock. All members are
urged to attend.
Mary McDowell, Secretary.
ery Number 19,
meets every sec
ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E
Ocala Lodee No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge moms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R R-C.
C. R-C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
LADIES WHO LUNCH HERE
Once always come again, even if they
have to come considerable distance.
Such perfect food, such admirable
service, such reasonable charges are
well worth coming far for, and wise
women know it. Why not be one of
them Everything the best at
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
iHc The better you care for
' -11 M
. yuur eyes wui care ior
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
A MILLION DOLLARS
A YEAR LOST
(Continued from First Page)
Lee, DeSoto, Polk, Dade, Alachua,
Columbia, Hamilton, Palm Beach, Vo
lusia, St. Johns and Duval and within
thirty days every main county from
Fort Myers to Macon, Ga, will be at
work on the A. A. A. national plan.
"We are not coming to your county
courthouse next Wednesday to make
speeches. We will be there to explain
in detail to the people of Marion coun county
ty county how you may all be sure of mak making
ing making more money and preventing a loss
of over $1,000,000 a year that the peo
ple of Marion county have been losing
every year for the past five years.
"You want good roads now and so
does the American Automobile Asso Association.
ciation. Association. We have'a plan that has not
failed in twenty years to bring good
results and it is with that end in view
that we want every thinking man and
women of Marion county to be present
at the meeting which will be held in
your court house Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock.
"I believe that if you gentlemen
will give this statement to your press
that you will have a representative
gathering and you may rest assured
that the people will be well repaid.
"With best wishes, I beg to remain,
"A. A. A. Field Secretary.'
"The White House, Gainesville."
Fresh fish just received: Mullet,
Mango Snapper, Sea Trout, Mackerel,
Sheephead, Fresh Water Trout, Red
Fish, Blue Fish and Red Fish Steak,
at THE CITY FISH MARKET. 18-3t
Chiropractic for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles, also for headaches
and high blood pressure. Dr. Kip Kip-linger,
linger, Kip-linger, Ocala House. 18-6t
Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre
pared to make up and deliver on short
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Plumbing or Electrical Work
OPPOSITE HARRINGTON HALL
Estimates Cheerfully Given
ONLY EXPERIENCED HELP USED
Thp board of countv commissioners
of Marion county, Florida, will receive
bids until 12 o'clock m. on May aa,
1922, at the office of the clerk, for
stumping of the Orange Springs and
Silver Springs road, beginning at the ;
southeast corner of W. J. Wilson's
pasture and running north to a point (
one-half mile south of Bay Lake sta-'
tion, approximately 3 miles. Said
road to be stumned 40 feet wide. The
board reserves the right to reject any;
and all bids.
Th.is April 17th, 1922.
T. D. Lancaster, Jr.,
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AI3 LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 tun
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
s Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2-55 am NTfork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 --m
:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:83 un
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon I Ireland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homoaassa 1:25 ym
10:15 pm Leesbttrg 0:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday." Friday.
'Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
WE DO NOT
WE DO, SELL
IT IS GOOD
IF IT IS
. MAIN STREET
W. H. MARSH, Prop.
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
To my friends and former customers: I have severed connection
with Mack Taylor aThi am now connected with the Ocala Motor
Company, where I will give my patrons real battery service and
WHITE STAH LINE
Negotiable Storage RoiptP
MO VS. PACK, SHIP
4 SERVICE TRY
Prices are bound to come, down.
As they do we are glad to give you
Cheese, per pound
Swift's Brookfield Butter, per pound
Swifts' Premium Bacon,' per box
Lemons, per dozen
Iew. Irish Potatoes,, per pound
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 12 lb bag
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 24 lb bag
1 lb can Army Corn Beef Hash
SHOP WITH A BASKET AT THE
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
flQor, and our equipment
is in shape to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen enable
US to GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
Give us a trial.
Longer Necessary fo
Send This Class of Work
Got of Town
Speocer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
I wish to give notice that I have
! bought the cafe on West Broadway
; known us the B. and B. Cafe, from S.
I S. Spero. George Pappas. 14-6t
our fish at
H. T. WOMACK
.on Cotton, Automobile. Etc
' LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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