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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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WEATHER FORECAST Local rains tonight or Thursday, cooler Thursday and in north portion tonight. TEMPERATURES s This morning S3; this afUnooa, tS.
Sun Risea Tomorrow, 5:54; Sets, 6.57 OCA LA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922 VOLUME, TWENTY-EIGHT, NO. S3
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SECRETARY OF THE

WILL DISCUSS

ilaay Ocala People Expected to
O'Connor at the Court
It is expected that a large crowd
will attend., the meeting in the court
house this evening to hear Mr. Charles
O'Connor, field secretary of the Am Americas
ericas Americas Automobile Association, tell
what the organiaztion proposes do doing
ing doing for Florida in the matter of good
roads. Everyone who is interested
in good roads, and therefore in the
future of the state, i3 urged by the
Chamber of Commerce to attend to tonight's
night's tonight's meeting.
The American Automobile Assoc ia-
tion is the oldest and largest good
roads organization in the world, hav- j
ing over eight hundred branches in j
the counties from Maine to California, j
and it has recently entered the south southeastern
eastern southeastern field. The A. A. A. has de decided
cided decided to throw the entire strength,
financially and morally, of its organi organization
zation organization in behind the construction of a
main trunk line highway from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago to Fort Myers and one from New
York to Miami. The first of these
will pass through Marion county and
Ocala. It is the plan of the A. A. A.
to have these two highways in good
passable condition by October of this
year.
More automobiles from the eastern
states visited one county in California
last season than came to the entire
state of Florida, although Florida is
two thousand miles nearer the center
of population of the United States.
Florida has a better winter climate
than California and it is the purpose
of the A. A. A. to put at least two
highways into Florida in good condi
tion by next October so that next
m winter the number of automobiles
0ning into the state will be greatly
. increased, thus affecting the saving of
several hundred dollars in the cost of
a trip from the eastern states. All
that Mr. O'Connor asks at this time
is a hearing. A branch of the Amer American
ican American Automobile Association will not
be established in this county unless
the people of the county want it.
8ince January thirteen counties in
the state have enthusiastically adopt adopted
ed adopted the A. A. A. and arrangements
have been made for motor clubs in
every county along the two highways
with the exception of Marion county.
MANY HAPPY RETURNS
The fourth anniversary of the
birthday of little Leslie Stroud was
celebrated yesterday afternoon with a
big party at her home on Tuscawilla
street About fifty of her little
friends and playmates responded to
the invitation and at four o'clock be began
gan began to arrive. Mrs. Stroud was as
sisted in entertaining her little daugh
ter's' guests by her sister, Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Jackson, and Misses Louise
Spencer, Frances Clark, Marguerite
Sexton and Mamie Sue Spencer. For
an hour the litle folks enjoyed all
kinds of games out on the lawn. When
refreshments were served the children
were taken into the dining room. The
room was prettily decorated. In the
center of the table was a big birth birthday
day birthday cake on the top of which were
four candles, one for each eventful
year of the honoree. The base of the
ease was surrounded with flowers and
from the chandelier to the edge of the
table were streamers of pink and
white. Ice cream, cake and candy
Iftn served. On this very happy oc occasion
casion occasion little Leslie was presented
with, numerous birthday gifts by her
friends. The good-byes were said re regretfully
gretfully regretfully and the departures were
taken lingeringly because it is hard
to leave when you are having such a
good time. Little Leslie is the at attractive
tractive attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Stroud and her many friends
wish for her many more happy birth-dyi-
LYNCHING IN PROSPECT
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, April 19. More than
600 armed men accompanied by blood blood-bounds
bounds blood-bounds are scouring the country near
the city for two unidentified negroes
who this morning beat into uncon unconsciousness
sciousness unconsciousness and probably fatally injur injured
ed injured Mrs. Samuel A. Crews, age thirty thirty-eight,
eight, thirty-eight, wife of a mechanic, in the yard
of her home on the outskirts of the
cityl Robbery was the motive. A
dozen suspects were in jail at noon
and others are being brought in al
most hourly.
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto Ditto-Realtor
Realtor Ditto-Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
New Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
CTJBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

A. A. A.

GOOD

ROADS

be Present to Bear Charles
Hoose This Evening
GERMANY'S DIRTY
DEAL AT GENOA
If Allowed to be Played Will Defeat
All Benefit for Which Con Conference
ference Conference was Intended
Genoa, April 19. (By Associated
Press). The expected German de demand
mand demand for discussion of their case be before
fore before the plenary session of the con conference
ference conference will prove a mortal blow to
the conference, it is declared in a
French communique issued here today
dealing with the Russo-German treaty
and the attitude of the Allies in con
sidering Germany eliminated from
further discussions of the Russian
question. The communique declares
d;-ag-ging the controversy into a full
rcssion o' the conference would bring:
r,bout a situation Europe wished to
avoid, namely, lining up of the new
political groups, one against the other.
LLOYD GEORGE IS NOT PAR PARTICULAR
TICULAR PARTICULAR German Foreign Minister Rathe Rathe-nnu
nnu Rathe-nnu conferred with Lloyd George of
Great Britain, and Foreign Minister
Chitchcrin of Russia, today, regard regard-in?
in? regard-in? ', arrng the Germans from the
Ru-sian commission of the conference.
Ihe Germans Dro?bly will submit a
.
formal reply tonight to the allied note
on the subject.
FRANCE WANTS TO KNOW
Paris, April 19. (By Associated
Press). The reparations commission
will be asked to consider whether the I
Russo-German treaty signed at Ra Ra-pallo
pallo Ra-pallo Sunday violates the treaty of
Versailles in respect to German owned
property in Russia. This property,
under the Versailles treaty, is pledged
to the commission for payment of
reparations.
LADY ASTOR AGAIN
IN HER NATIVE LAND
New York, April 19. Lady Astor,
a native Virginian and the first wom woman
an woman elected to membership in the house
of commons, arrived here today on the
liner Olympic.
CONFLAGRATION DESTROYED
NOTRE DAME CONVENT
(Associated Press)
Montreal, April 19. Notre Dame
Convent, the oldest teaching institu institution
tion institution in the province, founded in the
year 1690, burned last night. The loss
is about $150,000.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Tuesday evening auction club was en entertained
tertained entertained last night by Miss Annie
Benton Fuller at theh ome of Mrs.
Thorn. After a pleasant evening spent
in playing auction the hostess served
dainty refreshments of marshmallow
dainty and cakes and on each plate
were a few sprigs of sweet peas.
Vases of these flowers were effective effectively
ly effectively used in the living room where the
tables were placed. Miss Louise Spen Spencer
cer Spencer was presented with a pretty work
basket and Miss oLureen Spencer
was given a set of score cards. A
number of guests were invited to join
the club members, and the following
were those playing: Mrs. O. E. Cox,
Mrs. E. J. Evans, Misses Margaret
Jackson, Louise Spencer, Loureen
Spencer, Alice Sexton, Sara Dehon
Jess Dehon, Edith Williams, Lucille
Horne and Eloise Henry.
The Atlantic Coast Line freight
office will give half-holiday to its em employes
ployes employes every Thursday afternoon be beginning
ginning beginning May 4th.
Hot weather calls for frequent
baths. The Allen Bath Outfit fills the
bill. An Ocala residence has had one
in use for fourteen years, costing
about 50 cents a year. Order now.
Delivered out of town by parcel post
R. C. Loveridge, Agent, Ocala. 19-6t
The sheriff and city marshal"1 and
their assistants continue to make life
troublesome for moonshiners and boot bootleggers.
leggers. bootleggers. The sheriff's marry men have
grabbed N.'F. Beshere for selling Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica ginger, and he temporarily
abides in the Hotel de Chalker. They
found a still with accompaniments on
the premises of a storekeeper named
Katiba. who is out on bond until Judge
Futch asks him to explain. A mar;
named Baker was shuffling bootleg
near the union station last night, and
Officer Bronson came down on him
like a duck on a junebug. Baker had
a comfortable room in the city Bastille
at last accounts.
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf

STREET PAVING WILL COMMERCE SOOII

Conncil Has Passed the Necessary Ordinances and Advertising
For Bids Will Begin at Once
Aldermen Martin, Henry, Goldman, j engineers. The bid of Mr. Joseph E.
Pedrick and Simmons, Mayor Peek, Craig wa the lower of the two and
Manager Brumby and Attorney Hock- J fhe had recommendations from re re-,
, re-, ., liable firms it was decided to have Mr.
er were present at the regular council r,v i.- i. w
rr , , i Brumby engage him if he saw fit. Mr.
meeting Tuesday night when a decid- ; r u , .
, 6 , J 6 Brumby suggested renting a lot from
ed forward step was made in the di- -i. n ,r ..
, o. j- i iIr- George Martin and erecting a
rection of paved streets. Ordinances . ,
, , cheap shed there to take care of our
were passed and approved by the' v -u- i- i.
l , , street building equipment which is
mayor that take care of the legal end j i i. tt
- 6 rr-J now Ie" m tne weather. He was
of the street paving program. These : j o
-j t 'l! given power to do this. Some one
ordinances provide for the paving of Il j D ,
it , -, nad written Mr. Brumby and requested

curing money from the property hold holders
ers holders and all other steps necessary for
the beginning and completion of the
street pavinjr.
In addition to the main paving ord ordinance
inance ordinance there were two others ordi ordinances
nances ordinances for paving. One covered the
paving of South Second street from
Osceola to Main with asphalti'c blocks
and the other covered the paving of
North Main street from Washington
I to the depot with the. same material.
These streets are to be built with city
labor. It is the idea of Manager
Brumby and the council to pave these
streets with our own labor, under the
supervision of Mr. Brumby and see
what the cost is per yard. Then the
city will be better able to judge
whether the bids are in line with low lowest
est lowest possible prices or not.
The main paving ordinance provides
for the paving of North Magolia from
the S. A. L. railroad to the northern
city limits; South Magnolia street
from Fort King avenue to Eighth
street; South 8th street from South
Magnolia to Earl; Earl street from
the southern city limits to South 5th
street; South oth street from Earl
to Wenona; Wenona from South 5th
to Fort King; Oklawaha avenue from
Osceola to Torrey; Broadway from
Pond to the fair grounds; Washing Washington
ton Washington street from Main to Magnolia;
North 6th street from Main to Mag Magnolia.
nolia. Magnolia. The council will advertise for
bids on these streets and will then
decide whether to let contracts for
the work or whether the city can do
the paving cheaper itself.
Mr. R. H. Todd requested that the
city pipe water out Torrey street to
where he is building his hew home.
This request was referred to Mr.
Brumby who promised at least a serv service
ice service line. He stated that the city was
busy now working on mains for the
streets to be newly paved and would
not be able to get on Torrey street
with a main right now.
Mr. R. F. Rogers appeared before
the council and requested better light
ing on Washington street. It appear appeared
ed appeared that Mr. Rogers thought the lights
there were too small. Mr. McKenzie
said that they wer the same candle
power as the other lights, jn town but
Mr. Brumby said the ywould investi investigate
gate investigate and put in more lgihts if they
were needed.
Dr. Peek was reminded by this dis discussion
cussion discussion that the hospital had request
ed him to ask for better lighting out
Orange street.
Mr. R. F. Rogers made a few re remarks
marks remarks in connection with street pav paving.
ing. paving. He said that when the citizens
voted bonds they voted for the money
to be spent in a cheap paving on prac practically
tically practically all our streets but that he
would be perfectly satisfied and
thought it would meet with the ap approval
proval approval of most of the people if the
council spent the bond money in per permanently
manently permanently paving as many streets as
it would and then plow up and oil the
rest of the streets. This is the plan
of the city and it has purchased ma machinery
chinery machinery for doing this type of oiling
and as soon as a tank can be pur
chased for storing oil in car load lots
it will commence this work. Mr. Rog
ers advised the council not to worry
with the suggestions of the people
but to go on and take such steps as
it saw fit with the paving program.
He said that the people elected them
to do, this work and that he believed
the people would stand behind them
but urged that action be taken at once
as the people were getting impatient
to see some streets.
Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr. also made
a few remarks and called special at
tention to the fact that the people
were beginning to figure the interest
they were paying on bonds when the
money was lying up in the banks not
used for streets and urged that the
council make all haste to start work
on the paving program.
Dr. J. E. Chace assured the council-
men that he had absolute confidence in
their judgment and wished them to
know that people were for them and
r.ot knockinsr them. Messrs. L. R.
and L. H. Chazal each spoke a few
words along the same line.
The report of Manager Brumby has
been partly covered in the foregoing,
as his report suggested the streets to
be paved and the oiling system for
other streets. In addition to these
two plans he reported that he had got-
i
. ten in touch with two engineers to
j make a survey of the city. light and

(water plant and read letters from theljffrs

water

into the city sewers. This request
was refused because the sewers are
not large enough to take care of sur surface
face surface water.
Mr. Brumby reported that the city
had scraped many of the lime streets
with the new Fordson tractor but
that this work had been discontinued
because of the dry weather. He re reported
ported reported a test street that has been laid
with oil and various types of sand
covering. He has these sections chart charted
ed charted so that the city will be able to de determine
termine determine which type of oil construction
lasts beet.
In the sanitary department Mr.
Bmmby reports good progress. The
city is being cleaned up. He reported
that twenty-six loads of inflammable
trash were moved from the rear of
one of our public buildings.
The ordinance providing for the re restriction
striction restriction of white and colored passeng passengers
ers passengers in cars for hire was indefinitely
postponed. It appears that none of
the council desired this ordinance
passed but it was introduced that the
other members of the council might
express their opinions on it.
ARBTJCKLE PUNISHED
IN HIS BANK ACCOUNT
(Associated Press)
Los Angeles, April 19. Silence
pending further developments is the
avowed policy regarding fatty Ar Ar-buckle,
buckle, Ar-buckle, whose contracts have been
cancelle dand finished screen plays
withdrawi according to an announce announcement
ment announcement in New York last night by Will
H. Hays,, head of the. Motion Picture
Producers Association. :
"Gosh," was Arbuckle's comment
when he was informed of Hays' an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7.-30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
. Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrick, C O
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit
ing sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. White sides, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
The members of the North Ocala
Union Sunday school held their egg
hunt yesterday afternoon under the
oaks. Inez Britain was the lucky girl
and Robert Simmons the lucky boy
who found the most eggs. Each was
presented with a large chocolate egg
and all the rest of the children receiv
ed small eggs. Fudge was also served.
Every one went home happy and hop hoping
ing hoping the year would go quickly so they
can have another hunt.
DESTROYS SLEEP
Many Ocala People Testify to This
Y'ou can't sleep at night
With aches and pains of a bad back,
When you have to get up from uri urinary
nary urinary troubles.
If the kidneys are at fault
Set them working right with Doan's
Kidney Pills.
Here is Ocala proof of their merit.
O. Flack, grocer, 325 N. Magnolia
St., says: "A short time ago I suffer suffered
ed suffered from kidney disorder. I got up
several times at night to pass the kid
ney secretions. They were scanty and
burned like fire. The secretions were
also as clear as spring water. Every Everything
thing Everything turned black before my eyes
and I had to grasp hold of something
in order to keep from falling. After
using one box of Doan's Kidney Pills
I was rid of the dizzy spells. My kid
neys acted regularly and I was cured
of the attack." v
Price 60c. at all dealers. Dont
simplv ask for a kidney remedy get
j Flahll PoEHlffiE; CoV
j Doan's Kidnev Pills the same that

Buffalo,. N. Y. Adv. S.

T AT All EIID
Argument Over the Naval Bin in The
House Will Probably Close
This Evening
Washington, April 19. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The end of the fight
over the naval budget is in sight today
in the House. Barring an unexpected
flow of debate leaders said the meas measure
ure measure would come up for final passage
before adjournment tonight.
FESS WOULD BE SENATOR
Representative Fess, republican, of
Ohio, announced today his candidacy
for the Senate. He will seek the seat
held by Senator Pomerene, democrat.
JOFFRE IN WASHINGTON
Marshal Joffre today arrived in
Washington to re-visit scenes and re renew
new renew acquaintances of the days of
1917 when he came to the United
States as head of the
mission.
French
war
BETTER GIVE IT TO THE BONUS
Approval of President Harding for
the bil providing for the creation of
a three hundred and fifty million dol dollar
lar dollar fund to be used in the develop development
ment development of western and southern recla reclamation
mation reclamation and drainage projects was
given today to the congressional dele delegation
gation delegation which called at the White
House.
MRS. SHIELDS WILL BE TRIED
Pete Smith, Accused by Her of Collus Collusion
ion Collusion in the Murder of Sheilds,
Set Free
(Associated Press)
DeLand, April 19. Pete Smith,
charged with murder in connection
with the Shields killing, was released
today, the grand jury reporting no
true bill. Mrs. Shields objecting to
appear before the jury to testify
against Smith left no evidence. Mrs.
Shields was arraigned and pled not
guilty. No date for the trial has
been set.
MADE THE FLIGHT
BUT SMASHED PLANE
(AssodateO Press)
Rio Janeiro, April 19. Portuguese
aviators attempting a flight across the
Atlantic from Portugal to Brazil will
be unable to proceed in their seaplane
from St. Paul's Rocks, a few hundred
miles short of the goal where they
landed last night because their ma
chine was damaged, according to a
Pernambuco dispatch. The seaplane
is said to have been so badly damaged
in landing it is no longer usable. The
aviators expect to save the motor.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beal of Jackson
ville are receiving congratulations on
the arrival of a daughter, born April
1st. The little girl has been named
Catherine-Elizabeth Beal. Mrs. Beal
is well known in Ocala as Miss Cathe
rine Strunk.
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m, Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto Ditto-Realtor
Realtor Ditto-Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
NOTICE
To Paving Contractor
Sealed proposals will be received by
the city of Ocala, Fla., until 1:30 p.
m. on May the 18th, 1922, for the im improvement
provement improvement of certain streets by grad grading,
ing, grading, paving, curbing and otherwise
improving. The city council will sit
at this time for purpose of opening
and Dublicly reading any and all pro
posals regularly submitted.
TiiU imnrovement comprises about
50,000 square yards of paving and the
streets to be lmproveu axe uc uchs uchs-nated
nated uchs-nated by ordinance passed and approv approved
ed approved the 18th day of April, 1922.
A certified check in the amount of
two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) made
navable to the city of Ucaia snau ac-
comnanv each proposal as a guarantee
of good faith on the part of the bidder.
Location mans, nians, promes ana
specifications will be on file at the city
hall, Ocala, r lonoa, ana at me omce
of J. W. Turner, engineer, Lakeland,
Florida, for examination and inspec
tion on and after the 8th day of May.
Copy of specifications containing pro
posal sheet may be obtained by de
positing nve Collars i3.uuj tfterexor,
which amount will be returned when
the proposal is submitted.
Proposals shall be sealed and ad
dressed to H. C Sistrunk, city clerk.
The city council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids; to let a contract
that in their opinion is to the best in
terest of the city of Ocala; and to cur
tail the improvement at such time and
to such extent as the funds available
for this improvement may require.

A

By order of city council.
Dated at Ocala, Florida, this the
18th day of ApriL 1922.
E. H. Martin,
President of City CounriL
Attest: H. C Sistrunk,
City Clerk. 4-19-4t-Wed

STRIVING TO BECOME BETTER
ACQUAINTED WITH THEIR STilTE
Many Jacksonville Easiness Hen, on All-norida Trip, Expected
To Visif Ocala Next Wednesday ilornba

Final plans for the "AH Florida"
trip are now complete, according to
word received here from Jacksonville
by the Marion County Chamber of
Commerce, and approximately one
hundred and ten representative busi business
ness business men of that city are keenly an anticipating
ticipating anticipating the signal which will indi indicate
cate indicate that Jacksonville is out to get
acquainted, in closer fashion than
ever before, with Florida' communi communities.
ties. communities. The Jacksonville special train
will arrive in Ocala about 8 o'clock
next Wednesday morning, April 26,
and plans for welcoming the visitors
and entertaining them here have been
made by a committee from the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce, consisting of H. L.
Borland, chairman, N. R. Dehon and!
Mack Taylor.
Advices received from Jacksonville
indicate that much enthusiasm pre
vails m that city over the trip, and
that the few days remaining before
the party will begin its all-state jour-
ney are marked with greatest possible
anticipation. So cordial have been the
responses from all cities to be visited",
that the party is being rapidly recruit recruited
ed recruited with a personnel which is repre representative
sentative representative of all Jines of commercial
activity.
The committee of the Marion Coun County
ty County Chamber of Commerce has arrang arranged
ed arranged a program for the visitors as fol follows:
lows: follows: Automobiles will meet the train
at the union station and whisk them
up Magnolia street to the courthouse
square, where the band with the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville tourists will play in the band
stand. A short time will be allowed
to get acquainted. A group of Ocala's
girls will distribute souvenirs among
the Jacksonvillians. The visitors will
then be welcomed to Ocala by Mayor
E. G. Peek. The mayor's address of
welcome will be followed by a response
from a member, of the Jacksonville
party, who will deliver Jacksonville's
message of good will, better acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance and co-operation. Then, while
the band remains to play, the visitors
will be taken for an automobile spin
through the residential section of the
city and to the golf links, returning
to the square for the band and thence
to the union station f oreaxTEure at
9:30. The people of Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county are urged to turn out in
full force to greet the 'visitors and
welcome them.
Those- in charge of arrangements
for the Jacksonville tour are emphatic
in declaring that it is not a trade ex
cursion nor a junket tnrougn the
state. It is felt in Jacksonville that
much can be accomplished for the
good of Florida by a greater under
standing of the difficulties and aspira aspirations
tions aspirations obtaining in other sections, and
further that a broadening ac acquaint
anceship throughout the state may be
mutually beneficial.
A special train of all-steel Pullmans
has been chartered for the purpose of
visiting Florida cities. The train will
travel at extra speed on a schedule
especially designed to permit of as
engthy stops as possible in the cities
on the itinerary. It will carry its own
diner, a combination baggage ear and
coach and four sleepers and observa
tion car, which will be designated as
follows:
1. "Philadelphia Freight," lights
out at 10 p. m.
2. "Early Riser's Local," lights out
at 11 p. m.
3. "Midnight Male," lights out at
midnight.
4. "Owl Express," all night car.
5. "Bee Hive Flyer," observation
and office car.
A brass band of sixteen pieces will
accompany the trippers, and no effort
is being spared which may in any
manner contribute to the fullest ac
complishment of the trip's object.
AMERICAN MARATHON
HAS STARTED OFF
Boston, April 19. (By Associated
Press). The American Mara than.
twenty-five-mile road classic, started
at noon today at Ashland. Thomas
Heniean of Boston was leading at the
nan-way point wnn a margin ox one
minutes and twelve seconds over his
closest rival and a few seconds ahead
of the previous record.

GUT OUT NOTICE
TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:
All Light and Water consumers who have not

paid up their accounts by
off without further notice
connecting the service.
. H. C.

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MEETING OF MARION COUNTY
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

' The fourth regular meeting of the
Marion County Educational Associa Association
tion Association was held Saturday, April 16th, in
the Presbyterian church in Mcintosh.
The meeting convened at 11 o'clock,
Mr. Shealey, the vhiirm.- presiding.
The following numbers opened the
program of the morning:
Community singing led by vIias
Rawlinson.
Invocation by Mr. J. K. Christian.
Address of welcome by Mr. J. H.
WahL
Response by Mr. a EL Shriner.
After a short business session, the
chief speaker of the day, Dr. Joseph
Roemer of the University of Florida,
was introduced. He spoke on ths
"Professional "Teacher. Rural and
Urban." He said that the greatest
need t the country today is more pro-
fessional teachers. v The point of .view
of the teacher, the attitude with which
he approaches his work, both in the
school and 'out, determines his profes professional
sional professional standard. History, he said, of offered
fered offered the greatest opportunity to the
skilled teacher of building citizen citizenship,
ship, citizenship, ideals of service to nation sad
mankind. He took a subject from Sth
grade history and developed it as he
thinks it should be developed to inspire,
and instruct the future citizen of our
republic. The subject chosen was,
Jacksonian democracy. Rr. Roemer is
a very thorough student of history
and in developing this topic he held
the interest and appreciation of his
audience till the last.
At the close of this address the
meeting adjourned for lunch. The
ladies of Mcintosh entertained the
teachers and visitors at a community
fish fry in the little park in the center
of the town. The delicious lunch and
the hearty welcome of the people of
Mcintosh were much appreciated.
The afternoon session opened at S
o'clock. The topics, "Educational
Tests and Measurements" and "School
Exhibits," were discussed in the fol
lowing talks:
"My Observations of Tests and
Measurements in Boulder, Colo.," Miss
Shelton Souter.
What Educational Tests and Meas
urements Can Do for Schools in This
County," Mr. B. p. Adams.
Preparation fox. the Marion County
Fair," Miss Edith Griffin.
"Premium List for the Grammar
Grades," Mr. G. Fred Turner.
"Of What a High School Exhibit
Should Consist," Miss Mary Sheppard.
'Mr. Draper, principal of the Lees-
burg high school, spoke Briefly of his
observations and experiences with
county fair educational exhibits.' lit
also spoke of the general tendency of
consolidating x schools as a. means of
better organiaztion. ;
Mr. Geiger, state rural school in inspector,
spector, inspector, commented on the work of
the association and its possibilities.
There being no further business the
meeting adjourned, with a rising' rote
of thanks to the people of Mcintosh
for their hospitality.
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peninsular Florida understand theyj
cannot get anywhere if they take

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IMPORTANT MEETING OF
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Article II. Section 1. Each and ev-

ry person in the state of Florida,
lale or female, is eligible to member member-hip
hip member-hip in this o-ganization and may be-

jcome a member thereof upon his or
j her affirmation of his or her willing-

I

actual expenses 01 such campaign
manager, managers or speakers. j
Article VII. This constitution shall i
go into effect upon acceptance by as
majority vote of those present and
voting at the first annual meeting on;
the first Wednesday m April 1922, j
arnd when duly signed by not less ;
than twenty members of said organi- j
zation. ;

i

The election of a vice president j r.tss to support .he principles of tms

from Maiion county for the Florida j association.
State Association for Capital Remov-j cton o. Any chapter, lodge or
al will take pl?.ee at the meeting of . J
fu m. u r r ir abdivis on of whatever name of any
the Marion County Chamber of Com- f
Ko v,0m tr.mnrr- r-,crM I organization, national or local, wheth-

eight o'clock! At this meeting alsojer political, civic, fraternal or busi busi-there
there busi-there will be a discussion of the va- j ness association, is eligible to member member-nous
nous member-nous taxes and licenses for raising j hip in this organization and may be-
funds for state highway construction , ,v
. .. J I come a membar thereof under the pro-
and a discussion of the proposed extra s .. ... ... .-1q
, ; . ; visions of section one of this article.

session 01 tne state legislature to

the gasoline tax good. The

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If we were Tumulty we would crawl
in 'a hole and pull the hole in after us.
Chas. S. Cutleri will make a first first-class
class first-class member of the county school school-board
board school-board if he can be induced to run.

Up to datei Coolidge is the coolest
Vice president we' have had. In fact,
they Seem to have put him on ice.

; balance' 'of the world won't help the

. Armenians, it had better let theTurks
'put2 them' out of their misery at once.

We are father doubtful about there
being & ftell, but if there is such a
place we are: willing to bet that in the
5 hereafter fatty Arbuckle and Jack
Dempsey will be ceHmates.
' J aaiBiaBMMiiiiiiiiaasaaMwiaiM-MviBiMiMM
What is the use of "trying out" Ar Arbuckle
buckle Arbuckle films, to learn if the public
n'will 'go to 'see them? We all know
"ther1 are plenty" of people with deprav depraved
ed depraved minds that fatty's films and fatty's
morals; would just suit.

m

meeting will not be limited to mem

bers cf the chamber and it is urged j

that the attendance be in keeping j
with the importance of the matters to

be taken up.
The recent good roads meeting in j
St. Augustine went on record as fav-

oring-"a tax of two cents per gallon
on gasoline, the retention of the pres present
ent present one-mill general road and bridge
tax, the continuance of the present

method of distributing license trp-s

tribution thru a county official with
a view to greater convenience and a
substantial saving of money.

S A'-t'cle III. The business of this
-ianlL&Lin shall be controled by a

-t si dent, on? vice president for each
i 3

Ic.' ur.ty ta?t or tne suwanee nver anu

a I r. vV, r t r.oiMTna lino orhn chall

'- ; eiecteJ by the members of this or or-iji.ni3at:cr.
iji.ni3at:cr. or-iji.ni3at:cr. on the first Wednesday in
April of 1 922, and annually thereaf thereafter
ter thereafter on the first Wednesday in July.
The business of asid organization
shall be controlled by this executive
crmmittee, composed of the president

o:;-oificio and th& vice presidents of
said organization and a secretary who

i -hall be appoirted or elected by this

i committee.

Article IV. Section 1. The duties

f the president shall be as follows

Miss Agnes Eileen Harris and Miss
Sara Partridge were passengers on
one of the northbound trains :;o ng
"hru Ocala Sunday. Both these ladies

aie much esteemed in Ocala and Mar-;
ton county. Miss Harris was in the ;
3ervice of the state some years ago,
but is now with the federal depart- j
ment of agriculture. She is a '. cm-
ber of the states' relation service of

that department, and has been in
South Carolina and Florida lately to
visit branches of the Southern Home
Economics Association. Miss Part

ridge is state home demonstration

agent, with her headquarters at Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. Miss Harris, tho' living most
of the time in the national capital, has
lost none of her love for Florida and

5s fllwavs frlnrl tn nav tli ictnto a

It's the Star's- opinion that if theisit Both the ,adies asked the gtar

to remember them to their Marion
county friends.

" The news that Frederick Hocker
would' run' for. the legislature seems
W please the people greatly! A num number
ber number of folkfhave'expressed themselves
tb the Star as favorable to his can candidacy.
didacy. candidacy.

. The whole trouble with this country
today is that too' many persons are
trying to buy sedans whose speed is
nothing more than a wheelbarrow.;
Times-Union.
A J center shot.

The demands that poverty-stricken
Europe'at once pay comparatively
prosperous America its war debtc
come, not from" our people but from
our" politicians, who may succeed in
making our really generous nation
the most hated country in the world.

A German captain, former com commander
mander commander of a sea raider, is making a
series of speeches in' different cities,
r addressing-"his aTidieWriir Gerftian.
Ex-service men should attend his next
few meetings and make him talk Unit-
' ed States brrthrbw him out of one of
the windows.

A certain clothing house has sent

us a book filled with its illustrations,

of fine clothes and fine-looking epople
in them. Trouble .is, several of the pic

tures have poodle dogs in them; and
we wouldn't buy any clothes from that

house if we had the money, which we
ha vent.

There may be, as Mr. Shackleford
ay,i ''Jealousy over : the question of
capital removal," but there is no di division
vision division of sentiment as to the question
of reapportionment. It may be doubt doubted
ed doubted if there will be developed much
jealousy." Orlando, the most talked

UNCLE HANK

After seeing what some fellers have
left In this worltl. It's no wonder that
their departed spirits never return.

Darn it! Just when the girls are

looking their sweetest and most kiss-

able, spring onions also appear with

all their succulent seductiveness.

Orfando Reporter-Star.
If you and the girl will eat the
same onion, or even one apiece, your
agreeability to each other will not

diminish.

The Ocala Star declares that there
is but one person in a hundred thou thousand
sand thousand able to write real poetry. Ho,
there, Brother Benjamin. We receive
reels of poetry each spring. Want
some? Clearwater Sun.

To supervise and control the activi

tics of the organization in the state

f Florida; to carry out the plans of

ho erocutive committee, and to en

fo.ee th? provisions of this charter;

"a pr.'-iide at all meetings of this or-

r: niza on, and in the event of ab absence
sence absence from any meeting thereof to

dei?nfte the vice president who will

'3: Coido in his r.lace; to act as chair

man of the executive committee, and

to preside at all meetings thereof, and

in the event of absence therefrom to

designate the vice president who shall
act as such chairman; to issue calls
fcr meetings of the executive com committee
mittee committee and to do everything in his
power to bring about the accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment of the purposes of this organiza organization.
tion. organization. Section 2. The duties of the vice
presidents shall be as follows: To or organize
ganize organize in their respective counties in
the state of Florida branch organiza organizations
tions organizations of Florida State Association for
Bp.pital Removal; to direct the activi activities
ties activities of such branch organizations, and
to preside at their meetings; to act as
members of the executive committee;
to preside over the meetings of this
organization when directed to do so by
the president thereof, and to report
to ihe president or to the executive
committee of this organization the ac-

i ti ities of the branch organization,
j an to carry out the plans of the ex ex-j
j ex-j ff.uive committee and the purposes of
i this organization.
Section 3. The duties of the secre secre-.
. secre-. ay shall be as follows: To take

Editor Star: I believe now, before
the primary, the best time for our!
taxpayers and voters to take an ac account
count account of stock state and county

taxes. The next legislature will be

asked, directly or indirectly, to ap

propriate fully $10,000,000 a year and j
fiur county commissioners and school j
board fully $250,000 a year. Is it not

good sense to secure such officials as
will give us a good, careful and eco economical
nomical economical state and county administra

tion?

Here is a comparison of state ex expenditures:
penditures: expenditures: In 1911 it cost $2,965,-

089.40; in 1920 it cost $8,375,286.99, a
itT oronn r it-an van tc rf ftvoi firo

million dollars. I predict that the
1922 disbursements will much larger
and those of 1923 over $10,000,000. An
increased disbursement of 200 per cent
in nine years and about 300 per cent of
increase in twelve years, is truly
enough to cause the most serious
thought of our taxpayers in the selec selection
tion selection of their officials. :
Here is another exhibit: The total
state and county assessment in 1911
was $6,159,000; in 1920 it was $18,-

269.000, an increase in nine years of'
$12,470,000, which is an increase of j
over 200 per cent. Taxpayers, what j
will your taxes be in the future ifi
there is no check made in the cost of j
'tate and county government? Re- j
member the legislature is the only j
power that can increase or lower our i
state taxes, and if you send men to j
Tallahassee who are not familiar with j
state finances and taxation and the j

workings of our state departments,
what will your prospects be for lower

taxes? The problem is in your hands
and now is the time for you to act.
I am not a candidate for the legils legils-lature.
lature. legils-lature. L. S. Light.
Reddick, F-a., April 18.

ii. j: c li :

xt i v j- : ii l k ill uccvu i ii Ks in mi meetings

already.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

of this organization; to forward to the

j president and each vice president a
copy of the minutes of each meeting;
j to act as secretary to the executive

(Evening Star, April 19, 1902 ; cnmittee; to conduct all correspond-
, , , ence relative to the affairs of this or-
Mr. Robert Adams returned to Jack- . 1
... ran-zation, and to further in every

sunvuie ye&ieruay alter spending a : ,..

iew days in ucaia witn ms mother
Mrs. J. F. Edwards, at the Ocala
House. Mr. Adams is connected with
the Western Union Telegraph Company.

Mr. Reese Hunnicutt, Mr. Charles
Taylor's right hand man, left last
night for a visit to friends and rela relatives
tives relatives in Atlanta.
Miss Mary Little who spent the past
week in Ocala with her parents, Rev.
and Mrs. H.!W. Little, returned today
to her school duties.
, Miss Sara Frank entertained somt
of her friends with a passover party
yesterday afternoon at the home of
her parents. Flinch was played and
refreshments were served. All of the
guests were of the opinion that Miss
Sara is a charming little hostess.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 19, 1912)
George Douglas and children from
the East Coast came in this afternoon
to visit Mrs. Douglas' brother and
sister, Mr. S. M. Lummus and Mrs. A.
A. Winer.
Mr. John T. Lewis of Oklawaha
spent today in the city.
Mr. Nicholas Heintz, partner of Mr.
August Wolff, left this afternoon for
Atlanta, where he will be married to
a young lady of that city.

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," cur
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.
lS-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.

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

Fresh fish just r received; Mullet,
Macgfo Snapper Sea Troujt, Mackerel,
Sheephead, Fresh Water Trout, Red
Fish, Blue Fish and Red Fish Steak,
at THE CITY FISH MARKET. lS-3t

purposes of this organization.

Section 4. The duties of the ex ex-"?i
"?i ex-"?i tivo committee shall be as folows:
They shall conduct all matters in
c-onenction with this organization;
; hall have full and complete power to
a'-pnge for financing this organization
and to arrange all plans for the pur pur-rose
rose pur-rose of raising money to defray the
expenses thereof. They shall elect a
treasurer, who shall give suitable
bond, if required by executive com committee,
mittee, committee, and who shall receive and dis dis-burst
burst dis-burst all funds of the organization,
and who shall report to the executive

committee his disposition of said
funds; said funds shall be disbursed
by the said treasurer upon orders
from the secretary of this organiza

tion. The executive committee shall

?.dopt such by-laws from time to time
a may be required in the conduct of

the affairs of this organization. The
executive committee shall formulate
plans for the accomplishment of the
purposes of this organization, and the
members of said executive committee
?hal place the said plans in operation
in the local organizations. Said ex

ecutive committee shall meet upon the

call of the president or upon request

of not less than five members of said
committee designated in said call.

Sa;d executive committee shall have
the power to elect any campaign man

ager or managers, or speakers, for the
purpose of accomplishing the provis provisions
ions provisions of the preamble of this constitu constitution.
tion. constitution. Said committee shall have and
possess all powers not hertofore spe specifically
cifically specifically delegated to other officers by
this constitution. Eleven members
shall constitute a quorum of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee for the transaction
of business.
Article V. This organization shall
have no power to buy, sell, lease or
deal in real property.
Article VI. No member of this or organization,
ganization, organization, other than the secretary,
and such assistants to said secretary
as may be' appointed or elected by the
executive committee, shall receive any
compensation for any service rendered
by them in serving in any capacity
whatsoever; provided, however, that
in the event the said executive com committee
mittee committee shall determine to elect or ap appoint
point appoint any campaign manager or man managers
agers managers or any sepakers for the purpose
of carrying out the aims of this or organization
ganization organization they shall be authorized
and are hereby empowered to pay the

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you there is a difference in ice? Buy
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safety for every purpose. Let us fill
your requirements.
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Arrival and departure of passenger
tains at OCALA UNION STATION
Ine following schedule figures pub
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teed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
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Leave
:20 am Jacksonville-N'York
1 :55 pm Jacksonville
1:17 pm Jacksonville
Tampa Tampa-':15
':15 Tampa-':15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg
.' 55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg
.:15 am -Tampa
50 pm Tampa-Manatee
i :05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg

ATI 4NTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leav Arrive
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i .io pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
.' 33 am St Pttsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
1:24 pm St Petsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pre
7:10 am "Dunnellot -Wilcox
.25 am Dunellon Lkeland 11:03 pm
t :30 pm Homosassa 1:25 m
i0 :15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
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3.50 pn
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Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
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Country cured bams sliced at the5 Country cured hams sliced at the
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Practically every dealer advertising candies advertises them as
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""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 full line of Norris Candy
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"The Drug Store on the Square

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bility flexibility in traffic that is a de delight
light delight to experienced drivers
Touring Car $385 Sedan - $1485
Roadster - 885 Coupe - 1385
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922

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HARRIET
and the
PIPER
Kathleen Norris
Illustrations by
Irwin Myers

nllilimiiiiiiiihiuiiiiiiumiiiiiiiminuin:
Copyright by Kathieen Norrto
tiarnet commented Interestedly
enough. But she heard his voice
rather than his words, and saw only
the well-groomed, black-clad figure, the
shining patent-leather shoes, the fine
hand that indicated the changes.
Perhaps he was" conscious of confu confusion,
sion, confusion, too, for his words stopped, and
presently they were looking at each
other in a strange silence, Richard still
smiling, Harriet wide eyed.
Then suddenly his strong arms held
her closev. and her blue, frightened
eyes were close to his, and she felt
everything else In the world slip away
from her except the exquisite knowl knowledge
edge knowledge that she loved this man with all
her heart and soul.
"I want to tell you something,"
Richard said, quickly and Incoherent Incoherently.
ly. Incoherently. "I want you to know that I love
you I think I've always loved you!
this wasn't In our bond, I know, but I
think I couldn't have wanted you so
without loving you! If If the time
comes, Harriet, when you can care for
me, you'll tell me, won't you? That's
all I want. Just to know that you will
tell me. You're going to tell me, your yourself!
self! yourself! I'm going to make you love me!
111 be patient I'll not hurry you but
some day you'll have to tell me that
I've I've won you !"

He had spoken swiftly, almost stern--

Iy, with a sort of desperate determina determination.
tion. determination. Now he freed her arms as sud suddenly
denly suddenly as he had grasped them, and
added, In a lower tone:

"Until that time I'll not not even

kiss the top of your hair, Harriet,"
he said.
In the mad rushing of her senses
she could not find the right word,
but she detained him with an entreat entreating
ing entreating hand. Her eyes, shining with a
look that he had nver seen there be before,
fore, before, were fixed on his. But Richard
did not look at her eyes, he looked
down at the hand she had laid on
his own.
MI don't think," Harriet said, breath breathlessly,
lessly, breathlessly, "that I can ever like you any
more than I do!"
She had meant it for surrender; her
heart was beating wildly with the
glorious shame of a proud woman who
gives herself. But Richard was not
looking at the betraying eyes. In the
great new love that had swept him
from all his old moorincs there was a
deep humility. He only heard her say
that she could never leiira to love him.
He bent his head over her finger tips,
and kissed them, as he said quietly:
"But I'm going to try to make you,
Just the same!"
Then he was gone, and Harriet was
standing alone in the softly lighted
room. For a few moments she re remained
mained remained perfectly still, with her white
hands pressed to her burning cheeks.
Then, shaken with joy and surprise,
with a delicious terror and something
of a child's Innocent chagrin, she
went noiselessly, hack to her own
room, closed the communicating door,
and undressed with pauses for the
dreams that would come creeping
over body and soul, and hold her in
their exquisite stillness for long min minutes
utes minutes together.
She was brushing her hair when
Nina suddenly 'appeared, and came
lifelessly in to sit on the etlge of
Harriet's bed.
"I want to ask you something I"
Nina said. In an odd voice. "And,

-And, Harriet, I Want You to Tell Me
the Truth I"
Harriet, I want you to tell me the
truth 1"
Harriet, turning, faced her between
two curtains of rippling gold. She
saw a new Nina, a subdued, thought thoughtful,
ful, thoughtful, serious woman In the old confi confident
dent confident Nina's place.
"But first I ought to tell you that
I wasn't with Amy today !" Nina said.
"Oh, Nina Must we begin that sort
of thing?" Harriet reproached her.
But she was puzzled by Nina's man manner.
ner. manner. "Back to school-girl tricks she
said.
"Never back to a school-girl,' Nina
said, passionately, "III never be that
again. Harriet." she went on. "I've
written Royal three times, since my
birthday, and I've oeen him twice."
"You saw him today?" Harriet ven ventured.
tured. ventured. I went there this afternoon," Nina

admitted, heavily. Then suddenly,
"Harriet, did my father pay him did
he take money to break our engage engagement?"
ment?" engagement?" "Nina, what a horrible thought Of
course not!" Harriet could fortunate fortunately
ly fortunately answer In perfect honesty.
"Oh, Harriet." the girl caught her
hands, turning sick and imploring eyes
toward her, "are you sure?"
"Nina, dear, your father would have
told me!"
"He might not he might not V Nina

said, feverishly. "But if he did!"
she whispered, half to herself. "That's j
Pilgrim, I rang for her," she said, of j
a knock on her own door. "Ask my j
father to come up, will you?" she said j

to the maid, when Pilgrim appeared
"Well settle it now !"
"Mr. Carter Is Just coming up," Pll
grim said. And a moment later Rich

ard, with an Interested face, came
through Nina's room, and Joined them. 1

And If you wouldn't be too disap disappointed,
pointed, disappointed, Harriet. I believe I would like
it better !"
"My darling girl," Harriet said,
warmly, "you must do what seems
right to you. But you won't need me?"
she added,' tactfully.
"Well, you see Mrs. Gardiner and
Mrs. Hopper are sisters," Nina ex explained,
plained, explained, readily, "and they'll be with
us. But if you'd like to come we are
going camping in the most glorious
canyon that you ever saw!" Nina in interrupted
terrupted interrupted herself with sudden enthusi enthusiasm.
asm. enthusiasm. "And I am so glad I really can
ride Td feel so horrible if I couldn't !"
"I think you'll have a wonderful two
months of it," Harriet said, "and then
Grannyll be coming West, to spend the
winter in Santa Barbara, too! And
now, Nina love. It's after eleven,
o'clock," she ended with a change of
tone, "and you have had a terrible
day! We will have to do some more

Harriet had had time only to knot her topping tomorrow uimooa, aim uy
hair back carelessly, and slip Into the on the rIdin habits and do a thousand
most formal of her big Chinese coats. ; things. And. Nina," Richard heard her
"Vntw vin sid when rhev three dd tenderly, when his daughter had

were alone together, "did Royal Blon- i
din take a check from you ten days j
ago? j
Richard, taken unaware, glanced j
sharply at Harriet, who shook her j
head, with an anxious look. He sat
down beside Nina on the bed. and put 1
a fatherly arm about her.
"Ah, Father, don't put me off!" the
girl begged. "I wrote him, after my ;
birthday," she said, "and told him i
that money made no difference to me. j
He didn't answer. Then I got Bruce
Hopper to ask his mother to have
Blondln meet her at the club for tea. i
and I saw him then. Bruce," Nina j
cast in, still In the new. self-contained j
tone, "has been wonderful about It 1
I know he only seems a silent sort of
boy, but I'll ntver forget what he's i
done for me Royal." she resumed, j
"didn't want to see me. and said he
had promised Father that It was over.
He but I needn't tell you all he said.
It sounded Nina clung to her fa father's
ther's father's hands, and shut her eyes. "It
sounded so so false!" she whispered,
bitterly. "So I went to h's studio to today!"
day!" today!" she presently continued. "And
there were two or three women
there, but It wasn't that. They were
well, perhaps they were just having i
fun. But And Nina looked piti pitifully
fully pitifully from Harriet's sympathetic face
to her father's troubled eyes. "But
I've not been having much fun !" she j
faltered, with a suddenly trembling i
mouth. "I've been planning pray- i
lng! that somehow It would come out
right. He told me today that he had
promised not to see or speak to me
for two years," she said, slowly. "I j
Father, I knew that he had a reason j
He was changed. I never saw him so!
And two hours ago," she pointed to j
the door that led into her father's
room, "two hours ago I went In there," J
she said, "and I looked over your own j
check book. Father, did you write j
him a check? Was that the stub that :
had 'R. B.' on It?" j
Richard looked at her sorrowfully, i
"I'm sorry, Nina." he said, simply.
"I told him you should not know, from j
me! I would have spared you that.":
For a few minutes there was silence
in the room. Then Nina said bravely, ;
through tenrs i

L -n

'I don't know why you should be XZ.

M. 1

given him a rather sober good-night
kiss at the door of her room, "when "whenever
ever "whenever you feel sad and depressed about
It, just remember to say to yourself,
This won't last In a few months the
sting will all be gone !"
"Nina is in safe hands!" Richard
said to himself, thankfully, as he
closed the door. He carried a memory
of Harriet's earnest eyes, her low, ea eager
ger eager voice, her encouraging arm about
Nina's shoulders.

They were all at breakfast when he
came down the next morning. His
mother, in one of her lacy, flowing
robes she always wore before noon,
laid down a letter half-read, to smile
at him. Ward, his dark head very
sleek above his Informal summer cos costume,
tume, costume, was deep in talk with Bruce
Hopper, who had evidently ridden over
from the country club, and was In a
well-fitting, shabby jersey that became
his somewhat lanky frame. Nina,
somewhat silent, but Interested In ev everything,
erything, everything, wore an expression of quiet
self-possession that her father found
touching. Nina was growing up, he
thought.
Completing the group, and officiat officiating
ing officiating at the foot of the table, was the
radiant Harriet. She looked as fresh
as one of the creamy rosebuds that
were massed In the dull blue bowl be before
fore before her, her shining hair framing the
dusky forehead like dull old wings,
the frail sleeves of her blue gown fall falling
ing falling back from her rounded, arm.
"You're late, my son," said Madame
Carter, as he kissed her temple.
"Never mind," Harriet said serenely,
"I've Just this Instant come, and he
saves my face! Do turn that toast,
Ward!" she added. And to the maid,
"Mr. Carter's fruit, Mollie, please."
Breakfast was the least formal of
all the informal meals at Crownlands.
Bottomley was never in evidence until
the late luncheon; mail and newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, and the morning gaiety of the
young people all made for cheerful lls lls-order.
order. lls-order. "If you're going Into town at ten,
Father, we'll go, too," Nina suggested.
"But I can't," she was heard to mur murmur
mur murmur in an undertone to the disappolnt-

I have to get clothes, don't

aniT ry va-V o nrlll CO v-O m k mnntriQ

, ? l l Kwt I "Oh, Brazil Brazil Brazil!" the
of slow worry, all at one blow! You ' .
and Harriet needn't worry any more. utl ald disgustedly. "I hate the
u u, sound of it !"

i m cureu. i v oreu a iwh, mm j

flatter me and lie to me," said this
new Nina, with bitter courage, "but
I'm over It now. I'm sorry I gave you
much trouble, Father

aiv uariiiijc Kill, l'Tl lniuci oam,

I iucuiij, nun ail uici cmiuic f,nu.

"I think so," Nina murmured. The

'These clothes are for the ranch,"

i Nina said, smiling. Both her father

and Harriet augured well from the
youth's instantly transformed face.
"Say honestly?" he asked, inelo-

tenderly. "I only wish I could spare
you all this !"
"Better now than two or three years

after we were married," Nina said.
"Plenty of girls find it out then Fa- j
ther, I want you to get that check, J
through the clearing-house, for me," j
she said, heroically, "and I want to 1
keep It. If ever I'm a fool about a man i
again I'll take it out and look at It !" j

"I have It; I told Fox to get it to today,"
day," today," Richard said. "You shall have
it !"
Nina had turned suddenly white; it
was as If a last little hope had been
killed.
"You have It!" she whispered. "He
,1 it, then!"
e cashed It the next morning,"
Richard said. Nina was silent for a
moment.
"How you must laugh at me, Har Harriet!"
riet!" Harriet!" she said then.
"I? Laugh at -.ii!" Harriet said,
stricken. "My da t ling girl, I am the
last woman in the world who could do
that I was only your age, Nina, when
I met him you know that story. Why,
Nina, you're but eighteen, after all;
you'll have many and many an affair
before the right man comes along,"
Harriet said. "You'll look back on this
some day, and say, Tt was an experi experience,
ence, experience, and I learned from it It is only
going to make me happier and more
sure when the man whom I really love
comes to me
Nina, sitting between Richard and
Harriet on the bed. looked wistfully
from one face to another.
"I'll try to make it so, Harriet!"
she said. And somewhat timidly she
added, "Father and Harriet shall
you feel dreadfully if I say that I don't
want to go to Brazil? m tell you
why. Ward Is going out to the Gardi Gardiner
ner Gardiner ranch, and Bruce Is going, too. and
it seems to me that riding and camp

ing and living in the open air will be
well, will seem better to me than Just
being on the steamer! I dread seeing
strange places and meeting people,"
said Nina. "The Gardiner girls were
simply darling to me the term they
were in school, and don't you remem remem-her,
her, remem-her, Harriet ? we were the only pvople
who took them out for Christmas rnd
Easter holidays, and they like me!

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rest of,their conversation was inaudi inaudible;
ble; inaudible; they presently wandered forth to
finish it on the tennis court. Ward
followed his grandmother upstairs, and
Harriet and Richard were left to fin finish
ish finish their breakfast alone.
"You look tired," Harriet said, ris rising,
ing, rising, when his omelette came in, and
pausing beside the head of the table
for an instant on her way to the
pantry.
"I had a bad night," Richard ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. "But that's not all you're go going
ing going to have for breakfast?" he pro protested.
tested. protested. "I never have more!" Harriet
smiled. 'Tm sorry about the bad
night," said she.
"I couldn't help thinking" Rich Richard
ard Richard began. "What is It, Mollie?" he
added, harshly, to the hovering maid.
"Nothing no matter sir," Mollie
stammered, retreating. "It was Just
that the man about the sheep came
sir she faltered.
"The sheep!" Richard echoed,
frowning. Harriet laughed gayly.
"Oh, yes!" she said. "I told you I
had ordered two or three young
sheep," she explained, 'te keep our
lawns cropped. They look so adora adorable,
ble, adorable, and they do It so nicely! Has he
got them. Mollie?" she added, eagerly.
"Oh, I must see them Til be back in
exactly five minutes, Mr. Carter," she
said.
"What are we supposed to do with
them in winter?" Richard asked, smil smiling.
ing. smiling. "Oh. they will have a little a little
byre!" she answered, readily. "You'll
you'll like them !" And he heard
her joyous voice following Mollie
away.

Richard pushed back his plate and
looked Irresolutely after her. Then
suddenly he rose and walked through
the pantry, asking two startled maids
for Mrs. Carter. Etelka had been sev several
eral several years In the house without ever
seeing "him" in this neighborhood tie tie-fore.
fore. tie-fore. Richard crossed a sunshiny brick brick-walled
walled brick-walled yard, where linen was drying,
and went through a brick gateway
that gave on a neglected little lane.
The lane had once been the driveway

for a carriage and a prancing p&ir,
but there were only riding horses at
Crownlands now. and three of these

were looking over the wall at the

grass-grown road. And Richard found

Harriet here.
She was on her knees, in the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant green shadow of the old sycamores
and maples ; her back was toward him.
She was looking up into the face of
the ojd stableman. Trotter, who stood
before her, his crooked, dwarfed old
figure still further bent, as he held
two strong young ewes by their thick,
woolly shoulders.
As Trotter gave him a resDeetfnl

good morning, Harriet sprang to her
feet and whirled about and Richard j
saw the woodeny stiff legs of a very j
young lamb dangling from her arms i
and the lamb's Duek little black-rub- j
ber face close to the beautiful face he ;
loved. j
"Oh, Richard!" she said, carried i
away by her own delight. "Look at
It! Isn't It the sweetest darling baby I
that ever was Oh, you sweet !" she j
said, putting her lips to the little wool-

ly head.
"You are!" Richard said quite with without
out without premeditation.
Harriet laughed, surrendered the
little lamb to Trotter and followed
the old man's departure to the stables
with an anxious warning.
"They're to have this little enclos enclosure
ure enclosure all to themselves." she explained
to Richard' when they were alone.
"He's going to build them a little
shed." And as Richard, his back lean leaning
ing leaning against the low brick wall, made
no immediate attempt to move, she
looked at him expectantly. "Shall
we go back?" she suggested.
"That sounded very pleasant to me."
Richard said with deliberate irrele irrelevance.
vance. irrelevance. Harriet looked at him in puzzled
silence.
"I mean your calling me Richard,"
he said.
She flushed brightly and laughed.
"Did IV I always think of you as
Richard!" she explained.
"So you abandon nie on the Brazil
trip?" he asked, watching her seri seriously.
ously. seriously. "Well ?' Harriet shrugged. "I
thought you had to go," she ad1ed.
"I'm I'll confess I'm disappointed.
But to. have Nina want to do anything
Is such a relief to me that I'm only
going to think of that!"
"Yes, I have to go," Richard said
slowly. "I must he there for a month
at least. But I'm disappointed, too.
I got thinking of it, in the night I
couldn't sleep! I'm disappointed, too."

He fell silent. "I wish," he said hesi- j
tatlngly, "that you had not told me i

that you you don't feel that you are
going to love tne!" be said. "I love
you with all my heart and soul. It
well, it's all I think of now. I want"
He turned and picking an ivy leaf
from the wall looked at It intently for
a moment and tore it apart before he
let It fall. "However," he said phil philosophically,
osophically, philosophically, smiling at her, "we'll let
that wait!"
Harriet, close to him, laid one hand
upon his shoulder.
"You misunderstood me," she safS
steadily. "What I said was that I
could not love you more than I dot

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mare; white spot on forehead; hob hobble
ble hobble was broken. Call at Spring
Way Inn, near Silver Springs. 3t
FOR SALE CHEAP Brushed brass
baby bed, good condition. Apply box
',342.
WANTED White Leghorn baby
chicks, June 15. Write Box 342. 186t
LOST A radiator cap with a motor motor-meter
meter motor-meter attached. H. L. Borland,
phone 265. 17-3t
FOR SALE Household
, ply 614 E. Adams St.
goods. Ap-17-6t
WANTED Poultry and egs, Irish
and sweet potatoes, beans, celery,
lettuce, oranges and grapefruit.
Make trial shipment. Quick results
guaranteed. Waters Fruit and Pro
duce Co., Tampa, Fla. 15-6t
FOR SALE Ten-acre improved farm
on Dixie highway within city limits,
south side: six-room furnished
NOTICE OP I.TETIOX TO APPLY
. FOR USTTEKS PATE XT
Notice is hereby given that the ujn
derationed will apply to the governor
of the state ol Florida, at raiianassee,
on the 25th day of April, A. D. 1922,
for letters patent, incorporating the
UASK, OF CITRA, under the following
proposed charter, the original of which
is now on tile in the office of the sec
retary of state of the said state of
Florida.
Witness our names this 15th day of
April, A. D. 1922.
R. K. WARTMANN.
N. A. PERRY.
VV. II. KNIGHT.
. IS. A. GRAVES.
R. S. SHORTRIDGE.
TEWART RA1M.E Y.
W, T. JOUPREE.
PROrOSEID CHARTER OF BANK OF
CiTRA
' The undersigned incorporators here
by i associate themselves together for
the purpose of becoming incorporated
and forming a, corporation under and
toy virtue of the laws of the state of
Florida, with and under the following
proposed charter:
The name of the corporation shall te
the BANK OF CITRA, and its place of
business shall 'be in the city of Oitra, in
the county of 'Marion, and state of
Florida.
II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted shall be that of a
general banking business with powers
Incident thereto, as provided by the
statutes of the state of Florida.
III.
The amount of the capital stock of
aid corporation shall be Fifteen Thou Thousand
sand Thousand 015,000.00) Dollars, to be divided
Into On Hundred and Fifty shares of
the par value of One (Hundred Dollars
($100) each, to be paid In cash.
'.The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
V.
The- business of tlje said corporation
hall be conducted by the following of officers:
ficers: officers: A president, one or more vice presl presl-4ents,
4ents, presl-4ents, a board of seven directors, a
cashier, and such other officers and
employees as the corporation may au authorize.
thorize. authorize. The board of directors may
appoint subordinate officers and em employees,
ployees, employees, with such ipowers, duties and
terms of office as they may prescribe,
or as .may be provided by the by-laws,
not inconsistent ,with the banking
laws.
VI.
The directors shall be elected by the
stockholders at each annual meeting.
All other officers and employees shall
be elected annually by the board of
directors. The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held on the 3rd
Saturday of January in each year.
VII.
Until the officers elected at the first
annual meeting of the stockholders
shall be qualified, the business of said
corporation shall be conducted by the
following-named officers:
R. K. Wartmann, .president; N. A.
Perry, Urst vice (president; W. M.
Knight, second vice president; S. A.
Craves, cashier; and R. K. Wartmann,
N. A. Perry, V. M. Knight, S. A. Graves,
R. iS. ehortridge, Stewart Ramey and
W. T. Dupree, directors.
VIII.
... The highest amount of Indebtedness
or other liability to which the said cor corporation
poration corporation shall at any time subject It-
. slf shall be as limited and defined toy
tiecfclon 2712 of the General Statutes of
.'the state of Florida.
ax.
v The names and residences of the
subscribers, and the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each, are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Name Residence No. of Shares
R. K. Wartmann, Citra, Fla 15
N. .A. Perry. Tampa. Fla 64
' W. M. Knight. Citra, Fla 15
& A. Graves, Citra, JTa 12
R. S. Short ridge. Citra, Fla 14
Stewart Harney, Citra, Fla 15
W. T. Dupree, Oitra; Fla 15
State of Florida.
County of Hillsborough.
Before me, the "undersigned notary
public In and for the state of Florida
at large, personally auxeraed N. A.
Perry, to me well known and known to
tne to be the individual described in
and who executed the foregoing pro proposed
posed proposed charter of the Bank of Citra, and
toeing auiy sworn, acknowledged that
he executed the same for "the uses and
purposes therein expressed.
in witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my notarial
seai tnis ltth day of April. A. D. 1922.
leai E. F. KUAKE,
Notary Public. Stat nt irirdo
My commission expires June 13, 192S.
-State of Florida,
County of Marion.
uerore- me, the undersigned justice
or tne peace m and for the state of
Florida at large, personally appeared
rC A anmann, j. js.nignt, S. A,
Graves. R. S. ShOrtridge. Stewart Ram
' ev. W. T. DuDree. all to me well known
: and known to me to be the Individuals
, described In and who executed the
foresroiriar proposed charter of the
Bank of Citra. and each being duly
sworn severally acknowledged that he
executed the same for the uses ana
purposes therein ex-pressed.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my offleia
seal this 16th day of April, A. D. 1922
(Seal) J. W. PAYNE.
t :- Justice of Peace.
' My commission expires January 1

QCALA QCCURBEHCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bowden have as
their guests friends from their former
home in Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Von der Leith.
Complete line of luggage and ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe trurks. Agent for Indestructo
trunk. Guaiantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner OUawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto Ditto-Realtor
Realtor Ditto-Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Mrs. J. D. Cobb and children who
have been spending a few days in
Lfke City with friends have returned
home.
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto-
Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
Society Brand suits in the newest
gabardine silks and air pore material.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe, formerly
of Jacksonville, but now of Ocala.
are in Jacksonville attending the
meetine of the Grand Chanter of
Florida, O. E. S., and are guests of
friends at 44 East Sixteenth street,
Springfield. Dr. Weihe is worthy pat
ron of the Ocala Chapter, O. E. S.
He and his wife will remain over for
th? historical pageant-Times-Union.
gcod barn and poultry house. In Includes
cludes Includes work mule, two pedigreed
Jersey cows, chickens and all f um uming
ing uming implements. Price and terms
reasonable. Louis Frederitzi, Ocala,
Fla. 4-17-3t-eod
FOR SALE Ice box with 200-pound
ice compartment; in first class con condition;
dition; condition; also baby carriage. Phone
812. 19-tf
WANTED Colored laborers for min min-ing
ing min-ing ocher. Apply to the Pidcock Pidcock-.
. Pidcock-. Roberts Co., Bunnell, Fla. 19-6t
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
FOR RENT Apartment, six rooms
and jtjWo 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 arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 30-tf
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., "icala, Fla. 22-tf
C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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ANOTHER PIKE BUSINESS
BUILDING FOR OCALA

The Star is informed that plans are
in preparation for a big new depart department
ment department store to be erected on the corner
of Oklawaha and North Main street,
on the lot owned by Mr. Walter Ray.
This lot in recent years has been more
or less of an eyesore ever since the
old Knight & Lang stable was con condemned
demned condemned and razed and the erection of
an up-to-date building on this site will
''o much to improve the business sec section
tion section of the towr;.
Mr. and Mrs. George Woods have
returned from a very pleasant visit
at Fairfield with Mrs. Woods' sister,
Mrs. G. A. Osteen.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are receiving congratulations
on the arrival of a baby daughter at
their home Friday, April 14th. This
little girl is the granddaughter of Mr
and IvI :S. R. L. Anderson of this city,
- nd she is being given a warm wel--orie
in the family.
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto Ditto-Realtor
Realtor Ditto-Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
PICTURE FRAMING
Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
Vis'.t the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
; a beauty you will like it. tf
rweet milk at tne Main Street Mar-
1 hore 108. 13
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
?.e second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Sf.op, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R-
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula LooTge No. 22, I. O. 0. F
i meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
LADIES WHO LUNCH HERE
Once always come again, even iftbey
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
DAVIDSON'S
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CASIHI PKBES

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OKLAWAHA RIVER EXCURSION

The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will give an excursion
on the first Thursday in June, on the
Oklawaha river. These boat trips are
always enjoyable and there is no bet better
ter better way to spend the summer half half-holidays.
holidays. half-holidays. This club since its organi
zation has accomplished much and in j
every way is working for the benefit
and pleasure of its members. This
excursion is open to everybody, so
don't forget the date, and make your
plans accordingly.
-
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe oC. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
The new chapel of George MacKay
& Company which is being erected on
the site of the building that was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire recently, is nearing
completion. The outside has been
finished and work on the interior of
the building is being rapidly pushed
forward. The building is neat in ap appearance
pearance appearance and a credit to the town.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocala Command Command-ery
ery Command-ery Number 19,
Knights Templar.
meets every secW
ond Friday night
in each month at!
8 o'clock at the
A. L. Lucas, E. C.
Masonic Hall.
B. L. Adams, Recorder
The Gift Shop
Factory Distributors
Baldwin Ellington
MANUALO
Pianos & Players
Harrington Hall Corner
OCALA FLORIDA

VEOTIIMJLY

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

Cheese, per pound
Swift's Brobkfield 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 Corn Beef Hash

SHOP WITH A BASKET AT THE
U SERVE STORES

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

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SEWING 3IACHINES

We repair all makes of sewing ma machines.
chines. machines. Cardweil Sewing Machine Co.,
phone 502 Green. 19-6t
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto-
Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
100
Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
, 1 He.
The better you care for
.v vnnr
eyes tne better
, vour eves will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
ATTENTION, ELKS!
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
HOTEL WINDLE
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
wnrlf fmr tVi o ihatipv than anv nVi or
'contractor in the city.
24c
43c
43c
'25c
05c
75c
$1.50
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Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery Grocery-U
U Grocery-U a beauty you trill like it: tf
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-1 Ot
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13

Announcement!

To my friends and former customers: I have severed connection
with Mack Taylor and am now connected with the Ocala Motor
Company, where I will give my patrons real battery service and
battery advice.

WE PACK OUR MARGCALA ICE CREAM

MARION COUNTY
The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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Fresh nsh 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-St

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 6c. 14-10t
H. T. WOMACK
so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in fine condi-
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tion until used. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies, churches and all
others using ice cream in quantity,
who want the best and purest and the
most efficient service. Special terms
upon request.
CREAMERY CO.
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
xence in e.-u h room. Dining
room service is second to none."
KOBKRT M. MIYER,
Manager
J. E. K A VAN AUG H,
Proprietor
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skfl
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial faifglng
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
Night Phone 515
Day Phone 47
When the Hour Glass oP
Time Runs Its Course
There is no sympathy so helpful to a
mily that Is bereaved as thai of tras
friends and no help so reassuring- as
that of the grood funeral director. Act
ing in your stead, he understands that
he must act in your spirit, performina
each task with the reverence and ten tenderness
derness tenderness -wlt'i which your own hands
would perfo.-m it if they could. 8ym
pathy which cannot be gracefully con conveyed
veyed conveyed 'by words Is revealed through his
acts of service which bring the com
fortingr assurance that every attention
has been given with thouxhtfulnesa
and skill.
GEO. MACKAY & COMPANY
3 funeral Directors
G. B. Overton, Directoi
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