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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVEN

NO

AM.

WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Friday, slightly cooler tonight.
TEMPERATURES This morning, S6; this afternoon, S&.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:54; Sets, 6:58.
OCALA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 94
(
FLIGHT CERIUM INTENDS TO PUT
CHODKE IS GOIIIG SHALL STATE HAVE
MOTOR CLUB TO BE
FORMED 111 f.lll
TO BE FISHED THE SCREWS Oil
AFTER THE CROOKS
All EXTRA SESSI0I1

BUIL0II1G ANDTHEm
STRONGER BRIDGE

s

Such, Says Senator McCumber, Will
Be the Construction of the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Tariff Bill

Washington, April 20. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Consideration of the
tariff bill was taken up in the Senate
today with an address by Chairman
McCumber of the finance committee,
who declared a protective tariff and
reduction of "production costs were
necessary in the "reconstruction of a
commercial bridge acros3 the chasm
separating cost of prcuuction in the
United States and abroad."
MELAXCHOLX MR. MELLON
The levying of additional taxes
probably will be necessary to meet the
deficit of more than three hundred
and fifty million dollars forecast for
the fiscal year 1023 by Secretary Mel Mellon
lon Mellon at the treasury today.
READY TO RECEIVE

Allied governments have been ad advised
vised advised by the state department that the
American debt refunding commission
is prepared to begin negotiations for
conversion of the various war loans
into long time securities.
CAN FIND MONEY FOR LIBERIA
The House ways and means com committee
mittee committee today favorably reported the
,Fordney resolution authorizing a loan
of five million dollars to the Republic
of Liberia.

rortugueae uorernmemi nui sena lis ir ranee iu uisregara uenoa touer-

Intrepid Aviators Another ence if It Endorses Russo-

Seaplane German Alliance

Anti-Saloon League Leader Will Ex Exert
ert Exert Influence Against Corrupt and
Faithless Officials

Lisbon, April, 20. (By Associated Paris, April 20. (By Associated

Press). A new seaplane will be ship-j Press). Instructions sent by Premier

ped by the government to St. Paul I Poincare to the French ambassadors

Rocks-to enable the Portuguese avia-Ln the capital of the Allies and fully

tors to resume their trans-Atlantic j approved by the cabinet, are to insist
flight interrupted by the destruction 1 that energeitc measures be taken and

of their machine in landing at the J penalties applied to Germany if the

Rocks. It will be at least two weeks Russo-German treaty is not abrogat

before the airmen can resume their ed, regardless of what the Genoa con-

flight.

A GREAT RELIGIOUS

MEETING IN JACKSONVILLE

ference may decide.

RUSSIANS SAY IT MUST STAND
Genoa, April 20". (By Associated

Jacksonville, Apiil 20. (By the
Associated Press). C. W. Crooke,
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon
League of Florida,- declares he has
discovered some flaws in the methods
oi Nutt and his assistants in their
conduct of the war against liquor
violators at Miami and that he is go going
ing going to have some of what he termed
inefficient and unfaithful federal
agents removed. Crooke did not de detail
tail detail the defects he had in mind, but

said he had just returned to Jackson-

Of Legislature to Provide Funds For
Road Building Will be Discussed
By Trade Body this Evening

The

Twenty-Fourth Annual Baraca Baraca-Philathea
Philathea Baraca-Philathea World-Wide
Convention

PRACTICE PICKINGS

(L. T. I.)
Jimmie Liddell is getting his eye on
the ball, hitting left-handed. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday he hit one to the right field fence
and several hot liners between first
and second that would have gone as
hits in most any league. To see Jim

mie .sprint around the bases it takes
three men one to say yonder he
comes, another to say here he is and

the third to say there he goes.
Harry Wood is going fine this sea

son. He is going to be our mainstay

with te stick again this year.

Hansel Leavengood is trying for
'the outfield this year and is showing

up well in pulling down the high ones.
When Hansel connects with the pill

it takes a sudden notion to see the

center field fence.

One of the new recruits has the

stuff. Kirk Smith of the Commercial

Bank missed his calling when he took

up banking as his life work. He was

cut out for a ball pjayer. Does he
hit? I'll say she do. In addition to
hitting he shows the earmarks of an

infielder. In spite of the rough dia diamond
mond diamond yesterday he handled some that

would puzzle a big circuit man.
Joe Brooks showed better form yes

terday than he did at the close of the

1921 season. Joe is reaching down

after them this year.

Norman Home has been out the
past two days. Norman has a habit of

hitting a mean line drive right over
the third sack. If he will deliver one
of these in every game he will more
than earn his salt.
Hodges plays a pretty good infield
considering the roughness of the dia diamond.
mond. diamond. As soon as this ground can be
repaired the entire infield will show
much better work.
Dr. Walters, Dr. Peek and Mr. Rose
are collecting the money to -run the
team this year. They have only had
time to be out a little while one after afternoon
noon afternoon and succeeded in getting about
$700. It is going to take about $200
to have the team that these men are
planning and each fan in Qcala will

have to do his or her part in order to

raise this money. Do the best you
can when called on.

cy special request we mention a
running one-hand catch of a long fly

in right field. This wonderful exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of the national sport was given
us by Julian R. Bullock, who was out
helping run down balls for the team.
f
CHINESE ORGANIZING
AGAINST CHRISTIANS

(Associated Press;

Jacksonville, April 20. The world

wide Baraca-Philathea twenty-fourth
annual convention convened here to today
day today to run through Sunday, with
prominent workers from all parts of

the country in attendnace. Marshal

A. Hudson, of Syracuse, N. Y., presi-

Press). The German delegation at j ville after, a six weeks tour of central,

south and west Florida, "organizing
for the June 6th primary campaign,
looking toward dry and dependable
candidates getting into the race for
county offices and the legislature."

noon had made no reply to Premier

Lloyd George's ultimatum that they

either withdraw the Russo-German

treaty or accept the penalty of dis disbarment
barment disbarment from conference discussions

i of the Russian question. The Ger

mans are divided on the issue and no

cply is expected before night. The

Russians say the treaty must stand.

AN EVASIVE AGREEMENT
Genoa, April 20. (By Associated

Press). Lloyd George today said the

HILLSBOROUGH OFFICIALS
HAULED ON THE CARPET
BEFORE GOV. HARDEE

(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, Apr. 20. Sheriff Spen-

jonf aA fn,mAT. n rpq' German delegation had agreed to ac- cer and Solicitor Givens of Hills-

UVilW 1V4 4VUUUV1 V. Vllv U A I 4

Philathea. movement, will respond to P the condition of the Allies to not

the address of welcome tonight by

Mayor Martin. The Florida Baraca-

fmlathea Union annual meeting in

progress also, will merge this after,
noon with the world-wide meeting.

Mrs. Austin T. Race of Winter Ha

ven, was elected president and Gaines-

esville was selected as the 1923 meet-

participate in further discussion of

Russian affairs, as a result of having

signed the Russo-German treaty Sun

day. The political commission will

meet tomorrow to consider the Rus Russian
sian Russian reply to the allied proposals

transmitted to the Russians last week.

ing place, at the closing, session here SCOFIELD GRAND MASTER;

todav of the Florida Baraca-Philathea LITTLE, GRAND SECRETARY

convention.

At t Vip mwtincr of thf fJrnnH THr

of Florida, I. O. O. F., at St. Peters

borought county, accused of laxity be

fore Governor Hardee by a delegation
of thirty Hillsborough county citizens
Monday will be given a hear by the
governor, it was announced today. The
governor's office said the delegation
charged the two officials with laxity in
enforcing the law in West Tampa.
AMMUNITION AT
SALONIKA BLEW UP

Athens, April 20. (By Associated

AMERICAN LEGION AND of rionda, 1. U. O. f ., at St. Feters- Press). Salonika advices report a

HOSPITAL BENEFIT CARNIVAL "ur t. Augustine was chosen as j great loss of life as the result of an

the next meeting place. The follow-

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Mnv 12th i National TTosnital Da v. inS were eieciea omcers to serve aur-

Orala i troino- to -Plehrat. the oceas- mS e ensuing year

o o

ion by holding a carnival, the pro-

George W. Scofield,

id master.

of Inverness,

ceeds of which will eo to the Marion I Sran

Countv Hosnital Association and the Josepn ttersmer, oi &t. retersDurg,

American Leeion. This carnival is to Urrand warden

consist of the best talent in Ocala and M- M- Little of 0cala grand secre

tw,.; orA win K wail w-tfc tary. Mr. Little was elected without

the time and monev sDent in attending opposition

it. The ladies of the Hosnital Auxil- Max Sirkin, of West Palm Beach,

iarv "and American Lesion Auxiliarv Brand treasurer,

and memhers of Marion Countv Post George Hall, of Fort Lauderdale,

No. 27 of the American Leeion are kran(t representative

working dav and nie-ht on the nro- M. C. Jenkins, of Jacksonville, trus

- i i i

pram for this carnival and intend cee lo tne nome DOara

makW it the best of the manv home I ine meeting was a most enjoyame

talent shows that have been given in and prontaoie one

Ocala. There will be a first class min

strel, a eirls' vaudeville, tableaus and Complete line of luggage and ward

countless freaks and concessions. The rDe trurncs. Agent lor inaestructo

rsf tV,o cv,rw trrrmnA ha not trunk. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe

irot hun Aot.iAoA hnt tne time in Mnv Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf

J I

12th and 13th. Two big days of fun.

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

explosion of war material stored near

the Salonika railway station. Hun

dreds of children were buried in the

ruins of a church on which shells fell
and it is believed 1800 soldiers are
buried in the ruins of a barracks

which was demolished.

DREADFUL NIGHT IN DUBLIN

The 'Marion County Chamber of
Commerce meets tonight at 8 o'clock,
to discuss the advisability of an ex extra
tra extra session of the legislature to pro provide
vide provide funds .for the state road depart department,
ment, department, the various means of providing
funds, and to elect a vice-president of

the Florida State Association for Cap Capital
ital Capital Removal. These matters are of

great importance and attendance is

urged upon all members and those
who are not members as welL

The recent good roads meeting in

St. Augustine went on record as rec recommending''
ommending'' recommending'' a two-cent tax on gaso

line, the retention of the present one-

mill advalorem tax, the present meth

od of licensing motor vehicles and rec

ommended a change in the method if
distributing motor license tags to pro provide
vide provide for their distribution through
some county officer.

The constitution of the recently or organized
ganized organized Florida State Association for
Capital Removal provides for a vice vice-president
president vice-president from each county having
membership in the organization. At
tonight's meeting the "vice president
for Marion county will be elected.

REGULAR HORSE RCES

And Local Organization Will be Affil Affiliated
iated Affiliated With the American Auto Auto-mobile
mobile Auto-mobile Association

Dublin, April 20. (By Associated

Press). Last night was the worsl

Dublin has experienced since Easter
as far as noise is concerned. There
was continuous rifle and machine gun

OLD MISSISSIPPI

WENT HIGHEST UP

(Associated Press)

New Orleans, April 20 The Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi river passed the highest stage

ever recorded her today when the local
gauge registered 22.1 feet. The high

mark of 23 feet is expected. The pre

vious record was twenty-two feet.

Society Brand suits in the newest

gabardine silks and air pore material.

Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf J

( L. T. I.)

The races staged at the fair grounds
last week were top notch. Many who
saw them said it was the fastest rac racing
ing racing ever seen on the Ocala track.
Many horses of country-wide fame
participated in these races. The lovers
of good horseflesh and speedy races
are glad to 'know that these horses
will be in Ocala for several weeks and
will hold several races while here.
The next races are, scheduled for
Thursday of next week.
Among the horses taking part in

these races are: Bell Alcantara, owner,
L. May, Savannah; Mack Ponter, own owner
er owner C. L. Angel, Ocala; Lady T., owner
J. E. Turner, Orlando; Mary Cecil

Watts, owner George Fisher, Nash

ville; Mary Jane, owner John Tuttle,
Oklahoma City; Nutland Patch, own

er Harry Kanner, Orlando; Texo,

owner George Purham, Pokomoke
City, Md.; Pat Vola, owner George

Fisher, Nashville; Cannon Patch,
owner Mrs. N. Jenson, Indianapolis;

Directum Girl, owner AL E. Albritton,

fire and the noise of miiltary trucks

rushing to relieve the places attacked, Weirsdale. Senator owner George

Purham, Pokomoke City; Ocala Boy,
owner A. D. Smith, Ocala; Christmas,

but thus far only one casualty has
been reported. Several buildings oc occupied
cupied occupied by officials o the provisional
free state government were attacked.

owner J. W. Smith, Ocala; Jess Will-

ard, owner J. J. Tipton, Ocala; Ora
LeeJ owner John Good, Ocala; Hazel

Beck, owner D. Lockhart, Orlando.

In last weeks' races Lady T. won

first place in the free for all in 2:21)4

with Mafy Jane second and Mack

Ponter third.

In the 2:20 pace Nutland Patch

came first in 2:29)4 with Pat Vola and

Cannon Patch second and third.

In the 2:30 pace Directum Girl won

first place in 2:34)4, closely followed

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-Bealtor
Bealtor Ditto-Bealtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t

Put your name m early. Cash prize.

FLORIDA KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

IN SESSION IN PALATKA

(Associated Press)

Palatka, April 20. The twenty

eighth annual conclave of the Grand

MO

Commandery, Florida Knights Temp

lar, began here today to continue thru

Saturday. Several hundred delegates

are attending.

CLOSING EXERCISES OF

THE BELLEVIEW SCHOOL

Amoy, China, April 20. (By the
Associated Press). The anti-Chris-tiantian
movement, said to have start started
ed started with the formation of twenty such
organiaztions in Peking University, is
spreading rapidly over China, and
Christian leaders and consular autho authorities
rities authorities express alarm at the extent of
the movement which is repotred to be
backed by communist agitators.

".
So

Belleview, April 21. The closing
exercises of the Belleview school will

take place tonight, April 21st, at the

town hall at 8 o'clock. The pupils of
the eighth grade, who will receive

their diplomas, invite their friends to (Hit)
t i a a I

De wun mem on uus occasion. Assist-1

ea Dy ine omer members oi me scnooi

tney win present tne piay, "umy s
Aunt Jane." The primary grades will
also give a playlet, "The Pineville
Baby Show," where the prettiest baby
will receive a prize. During the eve evening
ning evening the school glee club will sing
several songs written especially for

the occasion by a resident of Belle Belleview
view Belleview who is a staunch friend of the
school.

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

Fresh fish just received: Mullet,
Mango Snapper, Sea Trout, Mackerel,
Sheephead, Fresh Water Trout, Red

Fish, Blue Fish and Red Fish Steak,

io
So

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So

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AieomiMMeit

As has been our usual cus custom
tom custom we are pleaded to an announce
nounce announce that beginning Thurs Thursday
day Thursday May 4th we will close at
1 o'clock p. m.
Clerk's Half Holiday
These store hours will pre prevail
vail prevail every Thursday until the
last week in September.
Please do our shopping early
Thank You
FRANK'S

and Jess Willard.

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South Lake Weir, April 19. Mr. J

D. Walling and -wife have gone to At

lanta for the benefit of Mr. 'Walling's

health.

Mrs. Milton Albertson is' in Tampa

for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alton

Cogginsi

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gates gave a re

ception at their home Tuesday night,
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. About forty attended. There

v) I were games and music, both vocal and

-.-fi.-1 lnsinunenuu, wuicn w eujujrcu aunt

Mrs. Gates served cake and grapeade.
Mrs. C. E. Brown and son of Web Webster
ster Webster and Mrs. Roy A. Anderson and

little daughters of Tampa came up to I
attend the reception given by their
mother in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. 1
Mrs. J M. Douglas and daughter
Virginia, returned to DeLand Friday.
They will make an extended visit.
Mr. A. R. Douglas made a trip to

i I Shady Saturday for a visit to home

folks.

Miss Doris Anderson of Tampa ia
the guest of her grandparents this

week.

Watermelons will soon be ready to

ship from here as they are growing
fine in spite of the dry weather.

Strawberries just in, 30c at Cook's

Market and Grocery. Phone 243. It

,The meetilig held in the courthouse
last night unanimously endorsed the
plan of the American Automobile As-
sociation to establish a motor club in
Marion county, to be known as the
Marion County Motor Club and to be
a branch of the A. A. A. A commit-
tee was named to secure the necessary
charter members. A minimum of fifty
charter members is required. good
part of this number were secured last
night at this meeting, and it ia antici anticipated
pated anticipated that there will be no difficulty
in getting more than the required
number in the city and county. Then,
with the members secured, a meeting -will
be held next week, probably Frt-
day night, to elect officers and perfect
the organization of the dub.
At the meeting last night, Mr. A. C
Blowers was elected temporary chair chairman
man chairman and Louis H. Chazai temporary
secretary. Mr. Blowers waa authoriz authorized
ed authorized to appoint a committee to secure
the charter members, and with himself
as chairman, he has appointed Mr. De De-Witt
Witt De-Witt Griffin, Mr. J. J. Gerig, Mr. B.
H. Todd, Mr. W. T. Gary and Mr. R.
V. Ott.
At the meeting last night and at a
meeting of the committee and several
others this morning, Mr. Charles
O'Connor, field secretary of the A. A.

went over the history, plan and

purpose of his organization. He ex explained
plained explained among other things that the
American Automobile Association has
no affiliation with the Florida 'State
Automobile Association.

Mr. O'Connor stated that members

of the Marion County Motor Club will

become legal members of all of the

motor clubs in the United States that

are branches of the A. A. A-, including
such famous clubs as ; the ... Chicago

Motor Club, the Hoosier Motor Club,

the Motor Club of Southern California
and the Detroit Motor Club enjoying

the privileges and benefits of these
organizations. The scope of the motor

club is shown in the departments it

has. These departments are: Road,

street and bridge; legislation; legal

aid; mechanical service; publicity; ac accident
cident accident prevention and street and high highway
way highway beautification; .finance, and tour

ing and contest.

COTTON PLANT

at THE CITY FISH MARKET. 18-3tl Be a property owner now. U

Cotton Plant, April 19- Prayer

meeting at St. Johns church was led

by Mrs. W. D. Parker and a number
of the children recited some Easter

pieces Sunday night.

Mrs. Susie Strickland spent the day

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Veal Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward and

family, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Glattie and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Strick Strickland
land Strickland motored down to Juliette on the

truck Saturday afternoon, and all said

the bathing was fine.

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Glattie and fam

ily and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wood

ward, and family went down to the
prairie Wednesday night and took
supper. Alvin Beasley and James

Woodward tried to catch some fish but
they were not biting for they only"
caught one.
The party over at Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Roddenberry's was quite a suc success.
cess. success. Everyone seemed to enjoy the
supper and games. Miss Nettie Rod Rod-den
den Rod-den berry entertained the young folks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Glattie and fam family
ily family and Mr. Clarence Woodward spent
the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. P. Fennell Sunday.
, OAK VALE
Oak Vale, March 19-Thursday
morning 'Mr. Michael Clancy, Mr. H.

E. Colding, Mrs. C. W. Boyer, Miss
Lonie Clancy and Mrs. W. F. King
went to the "clean-up" day, at the
Methodist cemetery, Wacahoota.
Mr. J. C Huggins, Mrs. Oscar Britt
and son Henry, and Miss Leola An Anderson
derson Anderson went to Ocala Saturday, Miss
Leola driving the car.
Mr. O. P. Britt went to Mkanopy
Saturday and brought home a new
wagon.
Mr. O. P. Britt is selling his eukes
in WiHiston to commission men.
Mr. Henry Anderson Jr. made a
business trip to Gainesville Tuesday
afternoon. -
Mrs. Mims Mattair and children

spent. Sunday with Mrs." Mattairs
mother, Mrs. Boyd Beamer, near WH WH-liston.
liston. WH-liston. l' r i-
Mr. Michael Clancy sent efT sixty sixty-two
two sixty-two baskets of beans Tuesday.



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vantage of the district, to swap Mr.
dark off for either.! We hope we will

not hurt his feelings by "saying so, but

Col. Davis is past the age when a man
can do his best work for himself or
the public, i He is-honorable and able,

but so is Clark, and to the latter the
halls of Congress are home, while to
Mr. Davis they have become a strange
place, and -the- other congressmen
would be strangers. Mr. Gillen would
work under the same disadvantage,
somewhat cssuaged by his being a
younger man.. But the next Congress
is going to be one in which the best
work must be done for the democratic
party, preparatory for the great presi presidential
dential presidential battle of 1924. It is not to
qur interest to send to it either old
men or amateurs. It's true that Frank
Clark-is no chicken. But he is a wise
old .rooster,' and .-no man! in the Sec Second.
ond. Second. Congressional District can do
quite so much as he, either for hta

country or his immediate constituen

cy. If he does as well for his district

as he does for Marion, we have no

reason for trading him off for any

other man this year.

LYNNE-CONNER

t

help the bunch collect. And if your,
Uncle is a square old sport, he will do L

so. It will also pay him. If the Ger- i

mans can swindle America they can ers came out from Ocala with his
swindle all the rest of the world. j father C. H. Rogers, Saturday, for a I

short visit to his aunt, Mrs. N. A. j
Fort.. ,s

Misses Alice and Ruby Cordrey are

ers which has iust held its annual i

meeting in St. Petersburg, will meetjv,sltmS relatives m Ocala.
in Ocala next year. s- R- Wallace and Mr. Register of

Hawthorne were at Lynne last bun-;

day.
Messrs. Swain and Hunt of Ocala

accompanied by W. H. Garretson went

on a fishing trip to Lake DeLaney
Thursday.

"THE HOME TOWN

The big oil companies
who" serve -them.

pay

those

The reason why the gasoline bill is
in' dispute is that it was not on-hand
to be signed at the proper time by the
Tpresidittg"rfiicer of the legislature. It
'is1 ieasy lt of the officers of the state to
: find -"out jwho was- responsible '-for its
beings out of place," and his nanie
should be published and he should be
compelled to give his reason why he
wmS'ehnWin his duty.' Why do our
state:iofficera allow1 such things to be
overaf up ? W- '-

v-

Why doesnt R. Hudson Burr come

out 'and tell th people whether the

trains-'on the A. C I are to be discor-

' tinned or not? -Why doesn't he tell

"where he got' that f silly statement
abotri'the labor board not allowing
'-railroads to use gasoline motor cars

with less f than full train crews?
,i .ij.ii.!

Albert Frank & Company of New
Yorlrsend' us the joyful news that' a

'certain firm' in this state is offering
first mortgage bonds-' in order to raise
money to build a warehouse. Albert,

Etc., think1 JthiS item- Jis of sufficient

news value for us' to print it. It will

indeed "be ; gladsome dope,and'if Al

bert, t ;alsi, will send us a money or

der fW $5 we will' print said item,

marking-it "It'' :.v

The people up Orange Springs way

have asked1 the1 Star J please remind

the commissioners that1 a 'new bridge

over Orange Creek at the place where

the -new-road 'fromf Palatka reaches

thar- stream would be a" great help 'to

both -'Marionand Putnam, eke the peoJ

pi of If the -state.

I The Star has received some heart heartwarming
warming heartwarming lines from. Mrs. E. Van Hood
and Miss Marguerite Porter, now in
Longmont,- Colo., in the high school

of which town Miss Porter is teacher
of music. The lines are copyrighted

by Edgar A. Guest, and are as fol
lows: .
It doesn't matter much be its build
t ;:.. inga great or small,

The home town the home town is the

l best town, after all.

The cities of the millions have the

3un and stars above,

But they lack the friendly faces of the

,v 'fewyou've'leamed to love,

And with all their pomp of riches and

all their teeming throngs,

The heart of man is rooted in the

; town where it belongs.

There are places good to visit, there

are cities fair to see,

There are haunts of charm and beau

ty where at-times it's good to

be, .' :

But the humblest little hamlet sings

a melody to some,

And no matter where they travel, it is

.. calling. them to come;

The cities rise to- greatness and are

,. gay with gaudy dress,

There is, something in the home town

? which no other towns possess

The home town has a treasure which

1 -f '- the distance cannot gain ;

It is there the hearts are kindest, there

' the -gentlest- friends remain;

It is there a mystic something seems

to permeate the air,

To set the weary wanderer to wishing

'he were there; -'-

And be it-great or humble, it still

-" holds mankind in thrall,

For the home town,' the home town is

-'the best town, after all.

It seems to be decided that Frank

Clark,' our present representative in
the ower house of Congress, has op-

' position ib Col. Robert W. Davis of

Gainesville and 4 Mr. "' Guy Gillen o:
Lake-Cityl' We "hare known Mr. Da

'vis many years he is one of the finest
old eentlemen in the state," and no

public matt has more 6f our persona

esteemi '-'We have never met Mr. Gil

lenj'tut1 havei heard enough of him to

5knowv'hefcis a first-class citizen and

'man:ef great public spirit. 'But we
'do not see-that it willb to' the ad-

The association of ice manufacture

Lynne, April 19. Master C. B. Rog-

Genoa may prove the jumping-off;

place for Lloyd George.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star April 20, 1902)
Col. H. W. Long of Martel spent the

day in Ocala.

The rummage sale which was held

for the benefit of the Ocala Heights

Golf Club was a big success. Mr. S.

A- Standley kindly loaned the build building
ing building on the north side of the square

and from the time the doors were

opened at seven o'clock this morning

the place was filled. Up to 3 o'clock

this afternoon about $70 had been

taken in.

C. M. Brown, candidate for state

senator, returned last night from Or Orange
ange Orange Springs, where he put in some
good work for himself.

The Ocala Juniors, our young team

of baseball players, accompanied by
rooters went to Anthony this after

noon in a big wagon to play ball. The

Juniors were arrayed in their new

suits and present a nice appearance.

The team consists of Fred Vogt, p;
John Sullivan, c; Harry Bullock, lb;

John Pelot, 2b; Oscar Roller, If; Frank

Gates, rf; Royal Cole, cf ; Will Frier-

son, 3b; John Juhan, ss.

wife

were in

'
Ocala Ten Years- Ago
(Evening Star April 19, 1902)
In this issue of the Star appears a

detailed story of the sinking of the

Titanic, which struck an iceberg off

the Newfoundland coast Sundav.

April 14. The story was given by
Robert Rickens, who was at the wheel
of the great liner when she'struck and
who was one of those rescued by the
Carpathia.
Mr. Troy Hall has returned from
his visit to South Carolina.
Mr. I. W. Arnold left last night for
a business trip to Palatka.

J. N. Stevens and

Ocala Saturday. j
E. O. Powell went to the county
seat Monday on matters of business.
Miss Laura Garrettson entertained
a number of her friends yesterday at
an egg hunt. J
Rev. Gus Padgett filled his regular
appointment at the Baptist church j

Sunday. Rev. Padgett tendered his
resignation which was reluctantly ac accepted
cepted accepted by ,the members, and will go to
Bushnell, where he has accepted a call
to the pastorate of the Baptist church.
L. B. Long and family and a party
of friends motored from Gainesville
Sunday and stopped for a short time
with Mr. Long's sister, Mrs. T. L.
Randall.
The school at Grahamville, Prof.

Horace Hurst teacher, will close on
Wednesday, the 25th. There will be a
picnic dinner to which everybody is in invited.
vited. invited.
Mr. P. T. Randall who went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Saturday for medical treat treatment,
ment, treatment, was operated on Monday at a
hospital in that city. His friends will
be pleased to learn that he is expected
to return to his home in a few days.
Henry Henderson, wife and baby of
Ocala were attending services at Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Bridge church last Sunday.
Chas. H. Rogers spent several days
last week with his famliy in Ocala.

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

- Y-' "

Cheese, per pound

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

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

SHOP WITH A BASKET AT THE
U. SERVE STORES

WE PACK OUR MAR0CALA ICE CREAM

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

BLITCHTON

UNCLE HANK

! An auto travelings twenty .miles per

hour, which is 'a very moderate rate
of -speed, when a real speed demon is

at the whetl, moves' nearly 300 feet
in a' second of time.' Small chance
has ; a pedestrian to avoid 'death when
it-approaches at ;such speed,- especial

ly' if he happens to be'oldf and feeble
and ; dumsyy and liable i- to Jbecome
dazed and -confused. The speed limit

in ourbig cities should be made low

and then1 be ; rigidly enforced. Drunk

ards and children shouldinot be allow

ed td"dr$ve' '-cars at all. Tampa

Times.

Say, friend Times, nearly 300 feet
per second would be about three miles
a minuted? We all fiaveto die anyhow.
Whatfa the-use in scaring us to death?

l The Tampa Times joins the Miami

Herald in bewailing that the state

capital can't be moved, and suggesting

instead that Florida be divided. Let

the Times and the Herald get out of
the way of people who ; think they
can do something, and are willing to

try. The iStar doubts that the state
can be divided, and thinks that, if it

could, it would be mighty poor busi

neas to give up twenty-five per cent

of its area and population.- State di

vision is foolishness. '..Let's discuss

something practical.

Blitchton, April 19. The farmers
are shipping beans and cucumbers this
week.
Messrs. Densler and R. L. Wilkinson
of St. Petersburg were visitors last
week.
Miss Lois Blitch is visiting her sis sister
ter sister Mrs. Dennis Prine, in Gainesville.

Friday night the Jolly Jokers en

tertained forty-five of their friends
with an Easter party at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant, The refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were ice tea, "sandwiches and
deviled eggs.

jvir. renton Jtsntcn nas accepted a

position with the Marion County

Creamery in Ocala.

Mr. Ernest Redman is visiting his

mother, Mrs. D. B Nun.

Miss Landis Priest and Miss Blanch

Priest of Ocala spent the week-end

with their sister, Mrs. R. B. Fant.

Messrs. Halph George and Arch

Fant went to Jacksonville Friday

night and returned Sunday with a

truck for Mr. J. B. George.

Mrs. J. T. Bursress has been on the

sick list for two weeks.

Messrs. J. W. Coulter, B. R. Blitch

and H. J. McCully were elected school
trustees yesterday.

Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss
Mamie Fant of Irvine were Friday

callers.

Our people attended preaching serv service
ice service at Fellowship Sunday afternoon.
. Mr. Robert Withers -of Ocala was
the Sunday guests of Mr. Loonis
Blitch.

' '" It rtTikes iii' "as higtily ridiculous
tti spend so- much money advertisin"

Hyli T?eds when there are so few twins

FAIRFIELD

It used to be said that competition

was the soul of trade. - We guess
competition is dead,"- and concentra

tion has-taken its place. See bow the

bidders en f state1 road work get to together.
gether. together. : j

That alliance between Germany

and Russia at Rapallo was the most
insolent and rascally diplomatic act

Lever perpetrated. There are good peo-
r "" a in v T m i

pie in jermany ana gooa people m

Fairfield, April 19. Dry weather
still prevails and the truck crops are
suffering.
Messrs. Yongue and Davis of Irvine
were visitors here Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Shephard of Kentucky has
rented Mrs. G. D. Howell's place and
moved in. We welcome this family
and hope they will like our county.
Truck is moving pretty lively onw
and our farmers are quite busy.
The Whittington Company has built
a large packing house and have it in

use. Mr. E. H. Hopkins is building
his. He expects to have it ready for

use in a few days.
Mr. D. B. Payne was visiting Dr. J
L. Davis of Irvine Sunday afternoon.

Quite a number of our folks at attended
tended attended services at Flemington Sunday

night,

There was an Easter egg hunt at

SPARR
Sparr, April 19. A number of our
young people enjoyed the play at An Anthony
thony Anthony Friday night.
Miss Lillie Acre left Saturday for a
week's visit with Miss Myrtice Boul Boul-warc
warc Boul-warc in Island Grove.
M ssrs. Julius Clemmons and Ho

mer Luffman attended the. Woodmen

meet ig in Ocala Friday night.

The many friends of Mr. Elmer

Riker are glad to know he was able
to go for a rid 2 Sunday, and hope he
will continue to improve.

Mrs. George Turner and children of

Ocala spent the week-end at their
country home near Sparr.

Mrs. Annie Newton, son Lawrence,
and little daughter Nell, lef Sunday
for a visit to her sister in Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Luffman visited
friends in Citra Sunday.
The members of the Children's Hour
and their friends enjoyed an Easter
egg hunt and picnic on the Methodist
church lawn Saturday. '...,
Miss Julia Ella Martin of Oxford,
was the guest of Miss Elizabeth
Thomas Sunday.

Master Curtis Perry spent Easter in

Citra with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Short
ridge.

Mr. S. P. Burton and sister Miss

Isabel, attended the Easter service in

Ocala Sunday morning.

Miss Flora Boyles of Ocala, was

the sruest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie

Boyles Sunday evening;

The Easter program given by the

chi'drn Sunday night was well at-

ter led and a nice little offering realiz

ed for the benefit of the Children's

Ho-ne Society of Jacksonville.

The firm of Thomas & Pasteur is
building a new warehouse at the rear
t? store. Grantham Brothers are
also making some nice improvements.
The result of of Tuesday's election

was in favor of the three-mill tax and
the following trustees of the Sparr

school were elected: W. Luffman, Mrs.

James Thomas and Mrs. T. Woodard.

Mrs. Leonard Perry will give her

little daughter Myrtle, a birthday

party this afternoon at three o'clock,
in honor of her fourth birthday. Quite
a number of little friends have been

invited and we are sure they will have
a very 'happy time. J

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

MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.

Announcement!

m :

To my friends and former customers: I have severed connection
with Mack Taylor and am no w connected with the Ocala Motor
Company, where I will give my patrons real battery service and
battery advice.

II. T. WOMACK

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Cook's Market ana Grocery
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Russia, but as long as they allow

swindlers and cutthroats to represent j the Baptist church Sundav afternoon

j Of course every one enjoyed it

! The show at the school house Sat-

It is reported that Ed Rou of Red- urdav and Mondav nights was good

PICTURE FRAMING

Our picture framing department is
a grain open. New mouldings and sup-;

plies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short

notice. Sat-wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY

SEWING MACHINES

dick will b a candidate for county
commissioner in that district.

and every one who attended enjoyed it.
After spending a few days very

pleasantly with his mother Mr. Glenn j

The Allies say Uncle Sam is entitled Gibson has returned to his work at

We repair all makes of sewing ma machines.
chines. machines. Cardwell Sewing Machine Co.,
phone 502 Green. 19-6t
Fresh fish just received: Mullet.
:4.ngo Snapper, Sea Trout, Mackerel,
Sbeephead, Fresh Water Trout, Red

Fi?h. Blue Fish and Red Fish Steak,
st THE CITY FISH MARKET. 18-3t

CUBAN CLUB Cigar novr 5c. 14-10t

to his cut of the reparations money, Lula, near Lake City.
and that Uncle Sam,, like the rest of ( Mrs. W. P. Brown is still on
them, will have to come on in and sick list.

- The newest and smartest ladies'
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922

HIGH CLASS
AUTO PAINTING
-
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
floor, 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.

No Longer Necessary lo
Seed Ihis Class of Work
Out of Town
Spencer-Petfrick Motor Co.
BUICK DEALERS
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
WE DO NOT
SELL
LEATHER
WE DO SELL
TENDER
CUTS OF
MEATS
WHAT KIND
DO YOU
' WANT?
IT IS GOOD
IF IT IS
FROM US
MAIN STREET
MARKET
W. H. MARSH, Prop.
PHONE 108'
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
",WhSEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO,
Perry, vFJorida
NOTICE
Of Intention to Apply for Charter
The Bonita Fishing Club
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the judge of
the circuit court for Marion county
on the 9th day of May, 1922, for a
charter incorporating the undersigned
into a body politic under the name
and style of THE BONITA FISHING
CLUB, which said proposed charter is
now on file in the office of the clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county,
Florida.
The character and object of the
corporation to be formed is: To pro promote
mote promote and foster interest in out of door
sports, especially angling and hunt hunting,
ing, hunting, and to provide suitable means and
opportunity for the enjoyment there thereof
of thereof by the members of the club.
T. T. Munroe.
T. P. Drake.
J. H. Spencer.
B. F. McGraw.
P. V. Leavengood.
H. M. Hampton.
4-5-Thur E. H. Martin.
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ICAL TROPICAL PLANTING BOOK and it's
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REASONER BROTHERS
Royal Palm Nurseries
Box 1"S, Oneco, Florida
Fresh fish just received: Mullet,

Mango Snapper, Sea Trout, Mackerel, fire or life, let me show you the propo propo-Sheephead,
Sheephead, propo-Sheephead, Fresh Water Trout, Red sitions offered by some of the strong strong-Fish,
Fish, strong-Fish, Blue Fish and Red Fish "Steak, est companies in the land,
at THE CITY FISH MARKET. 18-3t 2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.

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M l.i liiinr- in i ii r i l iniwi-n- --a-iiiiifi i-m-i nun. n ii i i i

FEW KNOW FACE OF WATCH

-
Remarkable Fact That Can Be Verified I
by Casual Inquiry Among One's
Acquaintances.
Something about the queer way In
which most of us use or rather do
not use our powers of observation
can be learned In a very simple way.
Ask the next person me! whether 6
o'clock on his watch is marked by
Roman or an Arabic numeral. If he
does not admit that he does not know,
he can be set down as a really excep exceptional
tional exceptional person one in about a thousand
or so and after he looks at his watch
to see just how that figure is made,
be will have the further surprise of
finding that it Is marked with neither
"6" nor "VL"
This test recently was applied at a
meeting of high railway officials In
St. Louis and one of them passed it,
though they, if anybody, might have
been expected to know just how their
watches were made. The railroaders
laughed at each other and seemed to
be a little humiliated, but really there
was not much need, if any, for feeling
that emotion.
None of them knew how 6 o'clock was
marked, for the excellent reason that
knowledge would have been quite
worthless In their business and only
would have taken up room in their
minds b'etter filled with other informa information.
tion. information. They all could "tell time," and
that was enough.
WILD CREATURES HATE SNOW
Means Tim ef Misery and Hunger to
Both Bird and Beast, and
Thousands Starve.
Most wild creatures abhor snow.
For the rabbits and hares it means
that they must scratch down through
the dull, frozen stuff before they can
their usual food. If the snow is
really hard the rabbits are reduced to
eating the bark of the fences near the
warrens. ;
All the smaller birds are cut oft
from their food supplies. Those that
live on worms or insects are particu particularly
larly particularly hard hit, and If the snow lies
long the death roll among such birds
as robins is really terrible. In that
winter of 1617, when there were a
hundred days of snow and frost in
England it is estimated that the Brit British
ish British isles lost about one-third of their
small-bird population.
Water ratst shrews and others all
dislike frost. and snow because such
weather makes food more difficult to
obtain. Otters, as a rule, make straight
for the coast In a hard frost, and live
on dabs and flounders in the unfrozen
estuaries.
Even rats, which can generally look
after themselves, dislike snow because
it makes their dark bodies too con conspicuous
spicuous conspicuous to their enemies and pre prevents
vents prevents them from moving about as
freely as they otherwise would.
Albanian "Mean" Shot With Rifle.
The Albanian male is a creature of
strange extremes, according to Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth L. Roberts, In it Balkan Jottings"
in the Saturday Evening Post. When
encountered in his mountain fast fastnesses,
nesses, fastnesses, garbed In flaring ballet skirts
or baggy felt trousered-according to
the section of the country In which
he lives and a half portion Jacket
with pompons on the elbows, he is
what an American cavalryman would
call a bad hombre.
The Albanian carries a silver silver-mounted
mounted silver-mounted rifle, a silver-mounted re revolver
volver revolver attached to his person by a
heavy silver chain, and a waist-band
full of edged tools and miscellaneous
kitchen knives. He Is a "mean' shot
with a rifle, and can shoot his initials
In a horse's ear at a distance of 10
paces. His sacred honor is constantly
being damaged by careless neighbors,
and theonly way In which he can re repair
pair repair the damage Is to shoot an intri intricate
cate intricate pattern of hdles through the
person who did the foul deed.
Philistine Described.
The philistine is a man without In Intellectual
tellectual Intellectual pleasures, he will Inevitably
be bored, despite the fact that against
boredom he has a great many fancied
remedies balls, theaters, parties,
cards, gambling, horses, drinking,
traveling and so on.
Yet nothing really pleases or excites
or Interests him. For sensual pleas pleasure
ure pleasure is quickly exhausted, the society of
fellow" phlllstlnes soon becomes bur burdensome
densome burdensome and one may even get tired of
cards.
The great affliction of all phlllstlnee
is that they have no Interest In ideas,
and that to escape being bored they
are in constant need of realities. But
realities are either unsatisfactory or
dangerous; when they lose their inter interest
est interest they become fatiguing. The ideal
world is illimitable and calm. From
Schopenhauer.
Perhaps She Was Wise.
When I was in my teens, I was go going
ing going with a young man. Be called un unexpectedly
expectedly unexpectedly one afternoon while in
town. As we had a fire only in
the kitchen. I invited him out there.
He stayed all afternoon; also my cake
stayed In the oven all afternoon, with
the gas turned out. I would not take
It out while he was there. 1 was afraid
it might be a failure. I now cook for
him all of the time. Chicago Journal.
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,

C0UK5 TO PLEASFXNT TASTE

F. G. Galpin, Historian of Texas Poet,
Brings Odd "Cargo From Aus Australia
tralia Australia to England.
One of the few persons In the United
States wh can cook up a meal for a
wallaby, or satis satisfy
fy satisfy the fasxidkraa
cravings of a
wombat, or ptay
chef to a cuckoo,
is F. O. Qalpin,
historian of El
Paso (Tex.) post
36 of the Ameri American
can American Legion and
ex-animal-cook of
the White Star
liner Medic Gal Galpin
pin Galpin is never more
at home than
when he Is busily
engaged In brew
T J5
ing up a stew for a cassowary.
Upon his return from a recent trip
of the liner, bearing lizards, carpvt
snakes, rat-kangaroos, and other things
(800 altogether) from Australia to
England, chef Galpin expounded dietet dietetics
ics dietetics to his Legion comrades. They
had to believe everything he said. It
.seems that the bird of paradise, para paradoxically,
doxically, paradoxically, has secular tastes and
squawks vigorously when offered such
seemingly, compatible delicacies as
angel cake. "I fed 'em bananas and
hard-boiled eggs," said Galpin, "and
not one of 'em lost a single heavenly
feather."
And on the other hand, he added,
T had a couple of Tasinanian devils
aboard, and they wouldn't touch a
thing the whole trip except floating
Island."
DOSE OF HIS OWN MEDICINE
German Submarine Commander Who
Sank Lusitania Also Now at
Bottom of Sea.
The commander of the German sub submarine
marine submarine that sank the Lusitania is now
at the bottom of the sea, according to
a story which has reached American
Legion headquarters. Flogged and
flung over the side of a Paraguan war
vessel, he met death with a dose of
his own medicine.
The story is that the commander,
fleeing from allied justice, took refuge
In Paraguay, where he at once took
out naturalization papers and swore
allegiance to the Paraguan republic,
lb-lends In the shipping world secured
for him the command of a Paraguan
man-o'-war, the Adolph RiquelmL He
had hardly set his heel upon the decks
when he inaugurated the rules which
had been his custom. The crew, with
their Latin blood, could not stomach
the diet as the stolid Teutons had
done in the old days. .So they passed
him around for a beating, and then
threw him Into the sea, far from sight
of land.
HAD THE "THEODORA" ODOR
Fancy French Pets Saturated With Un Unwelcome
welcome Unwelcome Perfume of Marshal
Foch's American Mascot.
Fifty thousand francs worth of pet
dogs were temporarily ruined by Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Foch's wild cat on the voyage to
France. When the marshal, as guest
of the American Legion, had picked
up Theodora from an admiring friend,
he had little reckoned what devasta devastation
tion devastation was in store.
Theodora was placed in the kennel
room atop the liner Paris, under care
of the ship's butcher, who acted as
animal valet for the trip. Believing
that the fluffy Pekinese, and poodles,
and Mexican hairlesses that shared
her compartment did not represent,
like herself, the true red-blooded pi pioneering
oneering pioneering spirit' of America, Theodora
lay quietly in her cell and exuded the
aroma iiet-uliar to wildcats. When the
Paris touched the shores of France,
the valet handed the pet dogs around
to the group 0f daintily-scented mad mademoiselles
emoiselles mademoiselles and was greeted with loud
shrieks.
Parachute in Shell.
A shell which blows off its head at
an altitude of 2,000 feet, expelling a
parachute from its interior, is flred
from a gun at Lympe, England, as an
experiment in physics. Attached to
the parachute ,1s a brilliant magnesium
flare, which lights automatically when
the parachute opens and lights the sky
for miles around.
Error in Judgment.
Her plan for assuring the support
of the women voters to him moved
the statesman to admiration.
"Whatever steps you take will carry
weight, I'm sure." he said cordially.
Right there he lost the whole wom women's
en's women's delegation. She had been diet dieting
ing dieting in secret for three months. Amer American
ican American Legion Weekly.
A Heavy Load.
Kriss After we had sampled the
home brew last night we organised a
vocal quartette.
Kross Who carried the bass?
Krlss It took three of ns to get him
home. American Legion Weekly.
HEMSTITCHING
Our hemstitching machine has now
arrived and we are ready to do any
and all kinds of work in this line on
Phon. R02 Green. Card-1
short notice
well Sewing Machine Co., 317 North
Magnolia St.
15-6t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf

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LAKE WEIR

Lake Weir, April 19. Judge Ear Ear-man's
man's Ear-man's article of a school of opportu opportunity
nity opportunity published in the Star some time
ago, gave us the name for the new
club we are trying to organize, to be
called "The Woman's Opportunity
Club," guided by the unseen, hand to
protect every living creature that we
come in contact with in our daily walk
of life. Boys and girls who have be become
come become snuff and cigarette degenerates.
All wanton destruction of our beauti beautiful
ful beautiful birds and pet squirrels, which are
being killed in and out of season, our
government protected fish, all cattle
that are wounded and suffering will
be given first aid, to even the poor
razorback who often has a t scalded
nose from reaching under some one's
fence for a bite of choice grass. We
will discuss whether it will be best
to scald the owner or go to the polls
and vote at the next election. We
propose to meet once a week to report
cases that have come under each
member's observation or been report reported
ed reported for help. There will be no dues,
as the good book says, "The gold is
mine the silver is mine, saith Jehovah,
Lord of hosts," and we will trust only
in contributions for money needed to
carry on our work of mercy as we will
be too busy for banquets, toy balloon
flying, cards or any other .amusement
that will interfere with the business
on hand. As far as possible we will
protect the flowers that have given
our fair state its name and plant more
oleanders and oaks along the Dixie
Highway as they are the only beauti beautiful
ful beautiful trees and flowers that the cattle
and pigs will not eat or destroy after
they get any size, and vines will be
planted on old dead oaks that stand
firm and erect with their arms reach reaching
ing reaching out (begging as it were) for some something
thing something more beautiful to cover them
than the native moss that has been
sapping their life away perhaps for
fifty years and left them eptrified as
fifty years and left them petrified as
fifty more years. All orphan children
that have been sent put to homes will
be fearlessly protected from all un-
deserved chastisement through false
reports. More later on after we or organize.
ganize. organize. MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, April 19. Mrs. Arthur
Davis and three children returned
home Friday from Alabama, where
the former went to be with her mother
during her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort and Mrs.
J. W. MacNamara of Palm Beach,
spent Saturday in Ocala.
Mr. Oma Mention, a prominent and
popular young man of Hastings, spent
the week-end in our burg, the guest
of Miss Vernice Martin.
Mr. Albert Fort is convalescing
after several days of illness. 1
Mrs. S. A. McKinney and children
of Weirsdale spent the week-end in
our burg, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Davis.
Messrs. Busbee Cochran and Robert
Williams spent Easter here with Mrs.
L. A .Griggs.
Mr. Sidney Fort and sister, Miss
Martha Fort, were callers in Ocala
Thursday. Miss Martha Fort was the
guest of her aunt Mrs. E. C. Jordan,
while there.
Misses Bertha Hodge, Allie Johns
and Lilly Sue Clayton attended the
teachers' meeting in Mcintosh Satur-
j day and report a pleasant time.
There will be services here at the
Christian church Sunday night. Ev Every
ery Every one invited.
Mr. J. P. Galloway spent Monday
here looking after his farm.' ;
On Friday evening, April 28, there
will be a play, "The Dear Boy Grad Graduates,"
uates," Graduates," given by the pupils of the 8th
and 9th grades and the high school,
and a few exercises by pupils of the
lower grades. These exercises mark
the closing of the term of school,
which has been managed by Miss
Bertha Hodge. During the evening
there will be ice cream sold for the
benefit of the baseball team. No ad admission
mission admission will be charged but all are
very cordially invited.
On Saturday, April 29th, there will
be a school fish fry given at Long
Lake to which others are invited. All
are looking forward to a good time.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Rial to 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 nd
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
NOTICE
I wish to give notice that I have
bought the cafe on West Broadway
j known as the B. and B. Cafe, from S.
jS. Spero.
George Pappas. 14-6t
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13

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

Why Not
Save Money
On Your Groceries
We can save you quite a sum in a month if you
concentrate your Grocery purchases here. Read a few
of our leaders:
24 pounds Self-Rising Flour $1.10
12 pounds Self-Rising Flour ; 55c
24 pounds High Grade's. R.
Flour guaranteed 1.25

Flour (guaranteed) J5c

24 pounds Pillsbury's Best Flour 1.55
12 pounds Pillsbury'sJBest Flour 80c
FOUR POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR 25c
100 pounds No. 1 Corn v 1.80
Whole Grain Rice . ; 7c
Pure Pork Sausage 25c
White Bacon . 16c

SPECIALS FOR

White House Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee

We Deliver Groceries

North End Supply Company

North Magnolia Street

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK, v"
PIANOS,' BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC
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The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

PHONE 71
Simmons9 GARAGE

SATURDAY ONLY

36c
Anywhere In Town
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A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
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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. Onr book of
. ieniemm will he shown ta mrrr who tslmn
stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
ience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
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OCALa EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1922

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W.T.STOKES

The death of Mr. W. T. Stokes of
Fairfield, which occurred at his home
there last night will come as a shock
to his friends as yesterday he was ap apparently
parently apparently in the best of health. The
deceased 'was section master for the
Tampa & Jacksonville railroad at
Fairfield, and after completing his
day'r work came home in the evening
and sat down to rest and suddenly
dropped dead in his chair. He leaves
a wife, four sons and three daughters
. and the Star joins their friends in ex extending
tending extending sincere sympathy. The funer funeral
al funeral will be held tomorrow at Fairfield.

Buy
price.
and own a lot at
your own
It
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of tlx lines one ti ne
Sac; three times 60c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
drakrc except to thoae who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR RENT A house; also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs. Emily
Green, C05 Oklawaha avenue or
phone 383. 15-6t
AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRING
We can' make a new radiator for
your car in one day. We restore
circulation to your stopped radia radiator.
tor. radiator. Repair all makes of radiators.
121 West Broadway. 18-6t
ESTRAY' NOTICE There came to
my place April 17th, a dark bay
mare; whife 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
FOR. SALE Household goods. Ap-

v ply 614 E. Adams St. 17-6t
-

WANTED Poultry and eggs, Irish
and sweet potatoes, beans, celery,
lettuce, oranges and grapefruit
Make trial shipment. Quick results
guaranteed. Waters Fruit and Pro
duce Co., Tampa, Fla. 16-6t
FOR SALE Ice box with 200-pound
ice compartment; in first class con
dition: also baby carriage. Phone
182. 19-tf
WANTED Colored laborers' for mm mm-t
t mm-t ing ocher. Apply to the Pidcock
Roberts Co., Bunnell, Fla. 19-6t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable I
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
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
nue. 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
lishing Co, Ocala, Fla. 22-tf

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OCAIA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green have gone
to Jacksonville for a two weeks' visit.
We hnve just unloaded a carload of
milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t
Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra. : 20-2t
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Miss Sara Dehon has accepted a
position with the Wartmann Nursery
Company.
We have just unloaded a carload of
milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t
Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra." 20-2t
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Okiawana Avenue and biiver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday.
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto Ditto-Realtor
Realtor Ditto-Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
Mrs. H. A. Waterman has as her
guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Potter of Jacksonville.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beanty you will like it. tf
We have just unloaded a carload of
milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t
Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra. 20-2t
Mrs. T. P. Drake entertained yester
day at auction, and is also entertain entertaining
ing entertaining this afternoon.
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Attendthe auction sale of 18 lots,
comer Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m., Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away.
Realtor Guarantee Auction Co.
Ditto
19-2t
Mr. Alva Edwards who has been
with the O. K. Teapot Grocery for
I some time has accepted a position
with Mr. Mack Taylor,
Just received a shipment of regu-
lation garbage cans, $1.50 each at the
Farmers Supply Co. 20-6t
Don't forget the auction sale tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning. It
New Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Mrs. E. H. Martin and Mrs. Janie
Close will entertain a number of their
friends tomorrow at auction at the
home of Mrs. Martin at 3:30 o'clock.
Free cash prizes. Music by the band
at the auction sale tomorrow. It
Attend the auction sale of 18 lots,
corner Oklawaha Avenue and Silver
Springs Boulevard, 10 a. m.f Friday,
April 21st. Cash given away. Ditto Ditto-Realtor
Realtor Ditto-Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t

Corner Oklawaha Avenue

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NOTICE, MASONS

" Regular meeting of Marion-Dunn
Lodge this evening at the Masonic
hall at 8 p. m. All brothers are re requested
quested requested to be present. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are cordially invited to attend.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Hot weather calls for frequent
baths. The Allen Bath Outfit fills the
bill. An Ocala resident 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
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Mr. D. E. Mclver returned home
yesterday after a week's stay in
North Carolina, where his daughter
Miss Frances Mclver, is a student at
Passi Fern school, in Hendersonville.
Your last chance. Auction sale. It
The Farmers Supply Co. has just
received a shipment of regulation size
garbage cans. Price $1.50. 20-t6
Mrs. James Whitesides who has
been teaching the past term at Oak
will come to Ocala tomorrow, at which
time the Oak school will close for this
term, and Mrs. Whitesides will visit
relatives in town for the next two
weeks.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-I0t
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
Hardy Croom was operated on at
the hospital this morning and the
latest reports are that is doing nicely.
Hardy has had a hard time since he
broke his leg playing baseball some
months ago and his many friends hope
that he will soon be entirely well
again.
W. K. Lane, M. D.. physician and
surgeon, specialist eye. ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 3nd 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
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JUDGE THE QUESTION
YOURSELF
: You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home,
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
your requirements.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co,
0CAM, FLORIDA

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SCHOOL- ELECTIONS

School district elections were held
thruout Marion county Tuesday. Full
returns are not in, but we understand
the women vote was light, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding the women are supposed to
be particularly interested in the
.schools.
In the Ocala district,the three in incumbents,
cumbents, incumbents, Mrs. L. W. Duval, Messrs.
J. J. Gerig and L. H. Pillans, were re reelected.
elected. reelected. Three mills was voted. There
were a few over forty votes cast, of
which six or seven were those of
women.
As will be seen in another column of
today's paper the Eagle Grocery has
instaled a fresh meat department in
its store at the corner of Fort King
avenue and South Main street. This
new feature will be in charge of M.
H. Naif, while the grocery end of the
business will continue under Fred K.
Demetre and Sam M. Sashay.
Mrs. Clifford Anderson of Oldsmar
is in the city, a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr. Mrs.
Anderson came to be with her, mother
Mrs. L. T. Izlar, who has been very
sick for the past week. Mrs. Izlar
was taken to the hospital yesterday
and is reported to be resting comfort comfortably
ably comfortably today.
Mayor Hickson of Mcintosh was in
the city last night.
Judge Futch has issued a marriage
icense to Everett A. Peace and Miss
Alma Lee Hattaway of Oak; to J. A.
Rou and Miss Elsie Mclnnis of De-
roit. He also joined their hearts and
jands in matrimony.
Strawberries Just in, 30c. at Cook's
Market and Grocery. Phone 243. It i
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-
Realtor Guarantee Auction Co. 19-2t
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Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar-
ket. Phone 108. 13
CUBAN CLUB Cfrar now 5c. 14-10t
Strawberries just in, 30c. at Cook's
Market and Grocery. Phone 243. It
Arrival and departure of passenger
.rains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
jnteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD A 1 3 LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jaeksonville-NTork 2:10 inn
L :55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 in
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST WNE B. R.
Lear Afrirt
2:27 am Jacksonviile-N'York 2:S3im
1:45 pm Jkionville-GainsviUe 3:24 rm
5:42 am Jksonville-Gapsville 10:13 pm
2:3 am St Ptsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:C4pm St Petsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:3 0 am Dunnellon -Wilcox
7:l:5am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
ItfOpni Homoaassa 1:25 pm
i0:15pm aesburg 6.42&21
t:4opm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, rhursdr. Saturday,

RAILHOAD SCHEDULES

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Graanfaunfee Auidffioiii Co,

REYNOLDS AND HUDN ALL
PLACED UNDER BOND

For the last two days, U.'S. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Williams has been busy
hearing the cases of Grady Reynolds
and J. J. Hudnall, charged with com complicity
plicity complicity in the great fire in the Ocala
National Forest last year.
Reynolds was held under five thou thousand
sand thousand dollars bond-for setting the fire.
Hudnall was dismissed on this charge,
but was held in two thousand dollars
for conspiracy.
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
The better you care for
eyes the better
o9 your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
SASH
DOOR
Geo. MaGKay 8 Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
, Careful estimates made bn all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city,
EAGLE GROCERY
TELEPHONE
No. 74

ANNOUNCEMENT!
We have added a Fresh Meat Department to our Grocery
establishment opposite the Harrington Hall Hotel on South Main
street, and we invite the p'ub lie to come in and look it over. While,
we shall carry bqth Florida and Western Meats, we will make a
Specialty of the latter. Our Market will be in charge of M- H.
Naif, an expert meat cutter from Jacksonville. Every article, -of
fresh meat is handled in a sanitary manner within a perfect screen
enclosure. yVe deliver to any part of the city on short notice. Give
us atrial, compare our goods and service, and we will stand by

your judgment,

VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Received Fresh Every Pay
Our Motto Remains Just What It Has Been
In The Fast; "Best Goods And
Reasonable Prices."

EAGLE GROCERY & MEAT MARKET
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

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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
DAVIDSON'S
NEEDHAM MOTOR
, COMPANY
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
GENERAL AUTO
REPAIRING
PHONE 252
ATTENTION, ELKS!
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
HOTEL WINDLE
& MEAT MARKET
Main Street
No. 122,
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