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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Sunday. TEMPERA! U RES This morning, 51; this afternoon, 86.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:51; Sets, 6:59. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 22. 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIG HT NO. 96.
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TO BE HERE
Oil THE
IITEIID TO MEET
FRUIT NOT MUCH
I'll! FOH BETTER
RAILROADS REFUSE
TO OBEY ORDERS
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BT FROST
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Marion County People Should Turn
Out and Give the Glad Hand
To Duval's Leading Men
Pleasant and Profitable Session of The
Florida Knights Templar
In Palatka
But Warn Against Tendency to Spec
At Muscle Shoals by Delaware Firm
Which Would Let Government
Retain Ownership
Another Cold Wave Over the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern States Expected to Ar Arrive
rive Arrive This Evening
Executive Committee of the Florida
If They Continue to Ignore Decisions
Of Labor Board, Union Men
May Walk Out
ulate, Said Controller Crissinger
To Florida Bankers
Traffic Equalization League Met
Friday in Haines City '.

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On the Jacksonville "All-Florida"
tour, which will reach Ocala next
Wednesday morning, will be the most
prominent business men of that city.
It is expected, therefore, that the peo people
ple people of Ocala and Marion county will
turn out in full force to greet and
welcome the visitors, and the commit committee
tee committee from the Marion County Chamber
of Commerce in charge of arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the visit here of the "All "All-Florida"
Florida" "All-Florida" tour asks the co-operation
of everyone. It will require more
than thirty automobiles, for instance,
to meet the visitors at the union sta station,
tion, station, transport them to the courthouse
square, and then take them for a
spin through the residential section of
the city, to the golf links and back to
the train. More than 122 Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville business men will be in the

party. Mr. Maqk Taylor is in charge
of lining up the nects.-ary number of
automobiles, and he will need the co co-operaiton
operaiton co-operaiton of all car owners.
The Jacksonville special will arrive
at the union station about 8 o'clock,
and it is planned to have all automo automobiles
biles automobiles at the station by 7:45, so that
they can be lined un to receive the
visitors with as much dispatch as
possible.
Mr. H. L. Borland, chairman, and
Mr. N. R. Dehon, the other members
of the Chamber of Commerce com committee
mittee committee are making arrangements for
the other features of the program.
Folowing ara the names of the ex expected
pected expected guests:
. H. P. Adair, president Jacksonville
Chamber of Commerce; Dr. E. H.
Armstrong, president Crankless En Engine
gine Engine Co.; John S. Arnold, president of
Arnold Fruit Co.; Horace C. Avery,
general manager Union Terminal
Warehouse Co.; W. E. Arnold, man

ager Arnold Music Co.; John D. Ba Baker,
ker, Baker, vice president Baker & Holmes

Co.; Geo! H. Baldwin, vice president

Commodore's Point Terminal Co.; R.
L. Blagg, president U. S. Trust Co.;
Howard Boss, president Jacksonville
Auto"Dealers Association; R. L. Boyd,
district manager Southern Bell Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Co.; E. W. Browder, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent the Texas Co:; Nathan N.
Brown, president Bensel-Erown Co.;
J. S. Buck, Buck & Buck, real estate;
Watler Buckner, assistant general
manager American Railway Express;
J. M. Burrell, secretary-treasurer of
Aetna Iron & Steel Co.; Jos. E. Cha Cha-pin,
pin, Cha-pin, vice president Gonzales & San Sanchez
chez Sanchez Co.; J. E. Chace, president Chase
& Co.; F. B. Childress, manager bond
department, Atlantic National Bank;
D. G. Coit, manager Summer Lumber
Co.; Marcus Conant, mortician; W.
P. Corbett, president Rotary Club and
president Walter P. Corbett & Sons;

Ellis Crenshaw, president Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Cracker Works; H. L. Darger,

Chicago; Wiham Dickson, manager
Equitable Life Assurance Society of

the U. S.; R. H. Dunwoody, Richard

son Co., Cincinnati; M. L. Fleischel,

general manager Putnam Lumber
Co.; Florida Times-Union; Marion

Gaines, state editor the Florida Me

tropolis; H. B. Garrett, H. & W. B

Drew Co.; J. H. Gay, president Dozier
& Gay Paint Co.; W. D. Griffing,
president Interstate Nurseries; the

Groover-Stewart Drug Co.; W. E

Hanley, Barnett National Bank; G. C.
Harman, president Harman-Hull Co.;
C. M. Haile, general agent Merchants

& Miners Transportation Co.; J. C

Harris, manager Carolina Portant

Cement LO.; li. (J. curry, manager

General Electric Co.; -Alfred Hess

president and general manager Hess

& Slager; A. T. Hill, president Weller

Coal Co.; Geo. B. Hills, the Geo. B

Hills Co. j Sam T. Hodges, National
Remedy Co.; Myron L. Howard, Peo

ples Bank of Jacksonville; Harry B

Howell, Howell & Jenks; J. L. Irwin

president Florida Metal Products Co.

Nat F. Jackson, life insurance; Har Harvey
vey Harvey M. Johnson, manager Aragon ho hotel:
tel: hotel: W. G. Jones, president Jones

Bros. Co.; a S. L'Engle, cashier Bar

nett National Bank; Dr. E. M

L'Engle, retired physician; S. G. Lin

derbeck, district passenger agent S

A. L. R. R.; C. H. Lloyd, manager

phosphate department Cummer Lum

ber Co.; L. C. McCubbin, manager the

Savannah Supply Co.; G. B. McDaniel

Messenger & McDaniel, printers; Dr

L. E. McNair, president Kiwanis Club

and pastor Presbyterian church; A

D. McNeill, attorney; F. O. Miller,

president Jacksonville Auto Club and

president F. O. Miller Piano Co

Charlie Morrison, popular song bird

D. A. Morrison Jr., secretary the E.
O. Painter Fertilizer Co.; F. Morrow,
president F. Morrow & Son Co.; F.
W. Mumby Jr., manager Florida Ice
& Coal Co.; I. Beverly Nalle, real es estate;
tate; estate; French Nestor, the French Nes Nes-t
t Nes-t tor Co.; J. H. Pace, president Baldwin,
Lewis, Pace Co.; Geo. W. Parkhill,
president Seaboard Dredging Co.; W.

Palatka, April 22. (By Associated
Press). Orlando was selected as the
next meting place for the grand con conclave
clave conclave Knights Templar, and Samuel
A. Johnson of Orlando, was elected
grand commander, at the closing ses session
sion session of the twenty-eight annual grand
conclave here today. Other officers
elected were as follows: Deputy grand
commander, D. J. Kispaugh, West
Palm Beach; grand generalissimo, E.
L. Wirt, Bartow; grand captain gen general,
eral, general, Harry L. Brown, Lakeland;
grand senior warden, George A. Dame,
Inverness; grand junior warden; F.
W. Schultz, Sarasota; grand prelate,
Rev. Dorsey H. Rutter, Daytona
Beach; grand treasurer, W. S. Ware,
Jacksonville; grand recorder, W. P.
Webster, Jacksonville; grand stand

4 bearer, James W. Ely, Pensacola;

krand sword bearer, J. Lloyd Head,
Jacksonville;, grand warder, W. T.
Hamm, Palatka; grand captain of the
guard, W. L. Marshall, Tallahassee.

Gainesville, April 22. (By Asso

ciated Press). A warning against

the "growing tendency toward specu-

ation throughout the country as bus

iness conditions improve was sounded

here today by Comptroller of the

Currency Crissinger in an address be

fore the State Bankers Association.

!.Ir. Crissinger urged the bankers to

advise their clients toward sound in

vestments, and declared the country

was around the curve moving steadily

and surely forward on the road to

more prosperous conditions.

"The business outlook for the whole

country, he said, "is brighter and

more encouraging than it has been in
the last two years."

M. Palmer, manager Hall Estate; G.
N. Patrick, manager Patrick's, Inc.;

Giles J. Patterson, attorney; Chas. T.

Paxon, president Jacksonville Real

Estate Board; Paul E. Peck, P. E.

Peck & Son; Robert Pentland, Hall &

Pentland, accountants; R. O. Riddle,

secretary Jacksonville Auto Dealers

Association; L. K. Riley, president

L. K. Riley Co.; J. Gustave Robertson,

general auditor Aragon Hotel Co

Emmett E. Robinson, secretary and
treasurer Aragon Hotel Co.; Claude
Roper, sales manager Gamble &
Stockton Co.; C. H. Royalty, state

manager Union Central Life Insur

ance Co.; John D. Sasse, vice presi

dent Schell-Sasse Mfg. Co.; T. H

Scovell, secretary Consolidated Groc

ery Co.; H. H. Simmons, president
H. H. Simmons Realty Co.; John W.

Simmons, Milldale Ice Co.; R. L,

Slauter, plumbing arid steam fitting;

R. Smith, Cheek-Neal Coffee Co.;

W. V. Smith, president Smith & Neil
Co.; Sterling E. Smith, secretary the

Greenleaf & Crosby Co.; A. V. Snell,

manager Jacksonville Chamber of

Commerce; W. D. Stark, division pas

senger agent A. C. L. Ry.; Jas. R

Stockton, Telfair Stockton Co.; Albert

Stowe, secretary Jacksonville Cham

ber of Commerce; D. N. Tanksley,

Cheek-Neal Coffee Co.; C. A. Tute-

wiler, president Tutewiler Press; E. S,

Wadsworth, secretary Thomas Adver

tising Service; E. R. White, editor and

publisher "South Atlantic Ports"; J

L. Wallace, secretary Jacksonville

Real Estate Board; C. Leslie Whipp
secretary Mills the Florist, Inc.; Ear

Williamson, president Florida Au

tomotive Dealers Association and E,

G. Williams Motor Co.; Gifes L. Wil

son, vice president Florida National

Bank; J. Miller Wilson, retired manu manufacturer;
facturer; manufacturer; J. L. Wilkes, president Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Terminal Co E. C. Wimer,

division manager American Multi-.

graph Sales Co.; H. R. Worthington,

president Florida Eletcric Supply Co.;

W. T. Cowles Sr., J. D. Alderman.

Burton Barrs, Lacy Mahon, represent

ing city council; Jos. H. Walsh, pres president
ident president J. H. Walsh Co.

OUR ROAD SEEMS LIKELY

TO BE LEFT OUT

Decision of the Department May

Leave Number'Two Up
In the Air

Washington, April 22. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). -Proposals for use of
the power at Muscle Shoals for the
manufacture of alumium and fertiliz fertilizers
ers fertilizers with the government retaining
ownership although not spending any
mofe nloney, were presented today to
the war department by R. R. Grantr
of Wilmington, Del., president of the
American Non-Ferrous Corporation.
PROPOSING MANY PLANS
Various plans for financing the sol soldiers'
diers' soldiers' bonus were discussed today at
a conference of Senate, finance com committee
mittee committee republicans, but Chairman Mc Mc-Cumber
Cumber Mc-Cumber said no definite decision wad
reached.

PERFECTING BASEBALL PLANS

Tallahassee, April 22. Recommen

dation that no further appropriations

be made by the state road department
otu of the 1922 revenue; that convict
forces be used wherever possible, as

labor economy and that efforts be

concentrated on major needs of the

state roadway projects, were given
by Chairman W. B. Phillips, in his re

port submitted at the quarterly meet meeting
ing meeting of the board here yesterday.

(L. T. I.)

The ball park yesterday afternoon

was the scene of a meeting of the ex

ecutive committee as well as a prac practice.
tice. practice. All members of the committee
were present to see their team wdrk
out on the field of action and as they
sat in the grandstand they made plans
for the opening of the season.
Secretary Bryant has signed up
with Rollins College for two games
for May 4th and 5th. These will be
the first games of the season. May
4th is the first Thursday in May and
already some of the stores are plan planing
ing planing to begin the summer half -holidays

on that date. It is the .expectation of

Washington, April 22. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). There was frost last
night from the Atlantic coast west westward
ward westward to Indiana and Ohio and as far
south as Northern Virginia, but the
weather bureau expressed the belief
that there was little damage to fruit.
Another frost but probably not so
heavy is forecast for tonight in the
northern Atlantic section. The tem temperature
perature temperature last night was 26 degrees at
Scranton, Pa.,' 28 at Pittsburgh, and
32 at Elkins and Pakerburg, W. Va

ITALIANS ASTOUNDED

When Ambassador of the Russian
Soviet Condescended to Shore
His Legs Under Table With
the King

Mr. Phillips called attention to the baseball mangement that the

status of the gasoline tax act, ex

plaining that the department's reve

nue from this source was liable to be
cut off at any time. Outstanding con contracts
tracts contracts should be completed, he said.

He devoted a section of his report

to calling the board's attention to
projects needing "serious" consideration.

Among these were a ten-mile
stretch in Nassau county, on the so so-called
called so-called Waycross road; the brick road
through St. Johns and Flagler coun counties;
ties; counties; the unfinished work on the road
in Volusia county, from the county
line to DeLeon Springs.
The twenty-five miles of road in
Columbia county from Lake City to
the Alachua county line should be
completed for travel by Jan. 1, he
said. The road leading from the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia line through White Springs to
Lake City should be ready by Oct. 1.

LUNGED THRU THE LEVEE

Old Mississippi Floods Some of The
Finest Plantations Near
New Orleans

SEVENTY-FIVE PAPER SCRAPS

Moscow, April 1. (By Mail to the

Associated Press). Soviet Russia,
despite its isolation, has signed 75

voluntary treaties, agreements and
conventions with foreign powers since

the revolution of 1917, it is announced
by an official state publication re

counting the progress made by the

bolsheviki toward world recognition.

This list does not include three com

pulsory conventions, such as the

treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which were
concluded under duress.

New Orleans, April 22. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). A levee on the west
bank of the Mississippi at Myrtle

Grove, thirty miles south of New Or

leans, broke today, flooding neighbor

ing plantations. The territory inun inundated
dated inundated includes some of the finest or

ange groves and sugar plantations in

the state.

rest of the merchants will see fit to

close at the same time and that the
first crowd wilLbe a capacity one.
Monday will be collection day. If
you don't want to see the collectors
you had better go fishing. They will
be out for $2000 that day and they
must have it. They plan to give
Ocala a good team and good sport for
the summer months but they must
nave money to do so. The collectors
will be Dr. Harry Walters, Dr. E. G.

Peek, Mr. C. G. Rose, Robert MacKay,
Cecil Bryant and others that they may
select to help them in this work. Dr.

Walters and Mr. Rose have already

been out on the collection path one

day for a little over an hour and col

lected about $700. They feel confi

dent that the raising of $2000 will be

an easy matter if each real Ocalan

will do his part.

Secietary Bryant has been instruct

ed to write Eric Boswell and Hart Hart-nian
nian Hart-nian of the University of Florida to
see what sort of proposition they will

make to pitch for us this year. Over-

street, a catcher, and Van Landinham,
a third baseman, will be here Monday

to try for the team.

uravei nas been ordered lor re

building the infield and that work will
be finished in a few days. The fence
will be built in a few days and our
ball park will then be ready for the
season.

Genoa, April 22. (By Associated
Press). George Chitcherin, Russian
soviet foreign minister, .gave the Ital Italian
ian Italian socialists a shock today by meet meeting
ing meeting King Victor Emmanuel on the
king's visit here and accepting the
king's invitation to luncheon aboard
an Italian warship.
FRENCH PROTEST
The French delegation to the con conference
ference conference submitted a protest against
the German reply to the allied note in
which the Germans stated they would
refrain from discussion Russian ques questions
tions questions settled in the Russo-German
treaty. The French contend the Ger Germans
mans Germans under their reply may insist

upon discussing other Kussian ques

tions.

PLEASANT PARTY AT

MRS. MARTIN'S HOME

ammmmmmmmmiimimimiiiram

DEMAND FOR SKILLED
LABOR IN DETROIT

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
BUILT BY MASONS

Utica, N. Y., April 22. (By the

Associated Press). The Free Masons

of New York state today dedicated

witn impressive ceremony tne new
million dollar Soldiers and Sailors

Memorial Hospital at the state Ma

sonic nome in tnis city, it is a me memorial
morial memorial to members of the craft who

lost their lives in the world war.

WEATHER NEXT W'EEK

(Associated Press)

Washington, April 22. Generally

fair with normal temperature is the
weather forecast for Florida the week

beginning Sunday.

(Associated Press)
Detroit, April 22. The factories
here have absorbed all the skilled

workers and the demand for men of
that class is greater than the supply,

the Employers Association stated to

day.

NEW YORK COTTON

EXCHANGE IS MOVING

New York, April 22. The cotton

exchange closed today and will be

moved to temporary quraters at No.
90 Wall street. The present building
on Beaver street will be torn down

and replaced by a 22-story building,
the seventeenth floor of which will be
devoted to cotton trading.

PAGE UPHELD PENNSY

You Have Heard of It
Now You Can Read It

Mary
Marie

Chicago, April 22. Federal Judge
Page today upheld the Pennsylvania
railroad in its suit to test the power
of the United States labor board by
refusing to dismiss a temporary in injunction
junction injunction granted by Judge Landis re restraining
straining restraining the board from censoring
the road for violation of the board's
decrees.

BANDITS HAD THE
BEST OF THE BATTLE

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

The Farmers Supply Co. has just
received a shipment of regulation size

parbage cans. Price $1.50. 20-t6
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

St. Louis, April 22. One police

man was killed and two wounded, one
critically, by bandits who today held

up the office of Morris & Company

here and escaped with a small amount

of payroll money. The policemen saw
the bandits holding up the office and
fired. The bandits returned the fire
and escaped after shooting the officers.

Br ELEANOR FL PORTER
Author of "Pofiy. Ofc. Moayl
MoaerU" "J Dwid." c
" PoCyanna, with its optim optimism
ism optimism and cheer was such a
clever story that it resulted in
the formation of a cult with
thousands of memberi."Mary
Marie' is even better.
It could appropriately have
been entitled, "Mary Marie
and Marriage, for it gives
an answer to the great ftm-

ily problem of what happens
to the children when father
S and mother are divorced.
Es The child's point of vow is
P f presented here for the first
pi I time in a work of fiction.
I It Is Such a Superb
2 Story, kter-sting to men,
p f women and children, that it

has been selected for serial
reproduction in
in the Evening Star of
Tuesday, April 25.

Mrs. E. H. Martin and her sister

Mrs. Close, were hostesses yesterday
afternoon at the home of the former

on Lake Weir avenue, when they en

t?rtained their friends from 3:30 to

6:30 o'clock.

The Martin home was filled with

spring flowers, larkspur, petunias and
purple lilac' and on the porch were

jardinieres and hanking baskets of

the same flowers.

As the guests arrived Mrs. E. Tu

Carney in her hospitable manner met

them and presented them to the hos

tesses and honoree of the afternoon,
Mrs. Martin, Mrs. George Close, Mrs.
Joe Gordon and Miss Stella Martin,
who received during the afternoon in
the reception hall. At the entrance
to the living room Mrs. William
Hocker and Mrs. T. P. Drake received,
introducing those who called to Mrs.
Maude Home and Mrs. J. R. Brumby

Jr., who received in that room, and
here the punch table was placed and
Miss Sara Dehon and Miss Ethel
Home served punch. - x
The guests who called during the
afternoon were served in the dining
room. In the center of the dining
table was a pretty bowl of delicately
tinted flowers, the same flowers being
used on the serving table and buffet.
Pistachio ice cream and cake, iced in

pink, carried out the delicate colors
of the decorations and on each plate
were a few blossoms of sweet peas.

Mrs. Rex. Todd received the farewells

of the callers as they took their

leave.

A number of guests had been invit

ed for auction and the smooth, tree-

shaded lawn was an ideal place to

while away such an ideal afternoon.

There were thirteen tables, which had

been arranged here and those playing

located them by means of tallies

which were decorated with long'

handled baskets filled with flowers,

and on the tables during the after

noon were compotes filled with Jor

dan almonds.

Four rounds of auction were played

and at the conclusion of the games
the tea cloths were laid and refresh

ments served at the card tables by

Misses Jess Dehon, Cornelia Dozier,
Christine Close, Clifton Sexton, Annie
MacKay and Margaret Hocker. Mrs.
Wade Dumas and Mrs. A. M. Mithers
also assisted in looking after the
pleasure of the players, collecting the
scores, etc. Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
was presented with a card tray and
Mrs. Robert Hager a fancy desk blot blotter.
ter. blotter. The tea guests of the afternoon
were also presented with pretty "re

membrances, Mrs. Sidney Haile re-

The executive committee of the

Florida Traffic Equalization League

met Friday in Haines City and com

pleted plans to carry the. fight of the

interior cities and towns of Florida

for freight rates, based upon the
principle of the long and short haul,

before the Interstate Commerce Com Commission,
mission, Commission, which begins its hearing on
fourth section rates in Atlanta; May
22nd. The committee voted to co

operate with the Southern Traffic

League, which represents ten south south-ren
ren south-ren states, trpon the understanding

that this organization is favorable to

the principle involved in the fourth
section rates and will fight to keep
as low as possible the rates based on
this principle.

Mr. Edwin Spencer Jr.; of Lakeland,

has been retained as attorney for the

Florida Traffic Equalization League
and will prepare and present the case

of the interior points of Florida at the

hearing before the Interstate Com

merce Commission. The executive

committee of the league estimates
that it will take about $4600 to finance

the Florida Traffic League through the
hearing in Atlanta, which is expected

to last about thirty days. The funds
for financing the league will be raised
in the various communities in the in interior
terior interior of the state. Two field men

have been employed for this purpose.

The Southern Traffic League is rais

ing a fund of $25,000 with which to
retain two commercial attornies and
the necessary rate experts to make a
fight beiere the Interstate Commerce

Commission. It is planned that Mr.
Spencer, representing the Florida or organization,
ganization, organization, shall co-operate with the
attornies and rate experts of the
Southern League.
Ocala and Marion county were rep represented
resented represented at the meeting in Haines

City Friday by Mr. U H. Pillans aiyl
Mr. H. L. Shearer, members of the

executive committee. In view of the

fact that Mr. C. G. Rose, also a mem

ber of the committee, could not at

tend, Mr. Pillans and Mr. Shearer

were accompanied by Mr. Louis H,
Chazal, secretary of the Marion Coun County
ty County Chamber of Commerce.

The Ocala representatives at the

meeting not only took part in perfect-1

ing the plans of the traffic organiza

tion, but had an opportunity to see the

activities in that section of South

Florida. They found that Haines City

has doubled its population in the last

eighteen months and that a remark

able building boom is taking place in

that city. The physical Growth of

Haines City was evident. Among the
many new substantia buildings is a

$100,000 bank building. Work has

been started on the building at Haines

City of the second largest railroad
terminals in Florida, to be exceeded

in size only by the Jacksonville ter

minals. A new railroad is to be built

from Dade City to Haines City and

railroad connections with the East
Coast will be made. The plans are to

make Haines City the biggest distri

buting point in South Florida, and, in

particular, the largest distributing

point for citrus fruits in the world.

These facts were pointed out by Mr.

Isaac Van Horn, who is secretary of
the Florida Traffic Equalization
League, and who is a big factor in
the remarkable growth now taking

place at Haines City.

Chicago, April 22 (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The railway employes
department of the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor, composed of shop
crafts employes, today voted to send
out strike ballots to its 600,000 mem members.
bers. members. The question involved farming
out repair work, by the railroads. B.
M. Jewell, president of the employes
department, said "U there is a strike,
and I feel Bure our men will vote
solidly for it, it will be in protest of
the actions of the railways in ignor ignoring
ing ignoring decisions of the United States la labor
bor labor board.

HIGH-HANDED METHODS

Only an Armed Bandit Has a Chance
In Ireland

Belfast, April 22. (By, Associated
Press). Michael Collins, upon his ar arrival
rival arrival today at Killarney to deliver an
address was "met outside the depot by
an Irish republican' army officer arm armed
ed armed with a revolver, who warned him
he would not be allowed to speak un until
til until he had cleared up the firing upon
one of the officer's men at ListoweL
SET FIRE TO SHIP
Dublin, April '22. (By Associated
Press). Fifty armed men today raid raided
ed raided the steamer Rathlinhead anchored

here, shot and wounded the watch

man, sprinkled the decks with gaso gasoline
line gasoline and set the vessel on fire and

made off. The crew, extinguished the

fire before serious damage was done.

WANT A GIRL-WIFE

AN A LA BAM IAN IN ASIA

Trebizond, March 15. (By Mail to

the Associated Press). The only rep representative
resentative representative of the United States in

this far-off corner of Asia Minor is

James H. Crutcher, of Tuscaloosa,
Ala., who manages to keep moderate moderately
ly moderately busy by attending to his duties as

director of the Near East Relief,
American consul, trade commissioner,
food distributor, judge, arbitrator, in

terpreter, boundary commissioner, po

litical advisor, art critic "and several

other odd jobs which he eouldnt re

call when seen by the correspondent.

"Jimmie" Crutcher, as he is known

alike to Turks, Armenians and
Greeks, actually has no official posi

tion under the United States govern

ment, for his post is within the ter

ritories of the Kemalist government

of Asiatic Turkey, for which America

has not approved diplomatic represen-

We have just unloaded a carload of
milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t

tatives. But as director of the Near

ceiving one and Miss Ruby Cappleman j East Relief, "Jimmie occupies the old

the other.

Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Close proved

themselves accomplished hostesses.

American consulate building from

which the btars and stripes wave

over his head and long lines of f ram-

Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 23-tf

Just received a shipment of regu

ed crayon portraits of American

presidents from Washington to Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, look down benignly upon the be-

pantalooned and gaily-clad visitors
who constantly seek advise from him.
New Jantzen national swimming

Jacksonville, April 22. (By the

Associated Press). Marcus Fagg,

superintendent of the Florida Chil Children's
dren's Children's Home Society and' head -of the
Children's Home here, announces that
he is not running a matrimonial -buv

reau. It all came, about because a
15-year-old girl at the home is so
comely and of such a disposition that
four men in various parts of the state
want to marry her. Two other men
also have become interested to the
extent that each has sent the girl a
box of oranges.
The society recently mailed several

hundred letters throughout the state
asking for good homes for some of

its charges and in each included a
pamphlet containing the photograph
of fifteen or twenty of the youngsters.
One of them was of Elizabeth Norton
and it was her picture that caused all

the trouble.

The matrimonial applicants were

three bachelors and one widower and
two of them addressed personal let

ters to Elizabeth with pleadings that
would have shattered a heart of,
stone.

Mr. Fagg wrote the quartet that

the society was conducting a child children's
ren's children's home and not a matrimonial bu-,
reau. In the meantime Elizabeth is
still at the home waiting for someone

to adopt her.
HONOR SOCIETY OF"

FLORIDA UNIVERSITY
Gainesville, April 22. (By Asso

ciated Press). The honor society of

Phi Kappa Phi at the University of
Florida has just held its annual elec election
tion election of new members for the school
year 1921-22. The organization has
chapters in thirty colleges and univer

sities, and elects as members only

the highest ranking students in the

senior classes of the different insti institutions.
tutions. institutions. The chapter, at the Florida
University was established in 1912,
and the resident membership is now
composed of about forty of the fac faculty,
ulty, faculty, graduate students and alumni
members in Gainesville. Election to
membership in the society is consid considered
ered considered one of the highest honors be

stowed upon a student during his
course of study at the university for

only those seniors whose grades place

them in the highest one-fourth of the

graduating classes are selected.

At the recent meeting the following;

students were elected:

L. H. Bell, Tampa; Arthur Crago,

Ocala; H. S. Massey, Dade City; G.
W. Milan, Jacksonville; R. F. Chath

am, Arcadia; C. T. Link, Orlando; W.

II. McBride, Seville; A. R. Caro, Pen Pensacola;
sacola; Pensacola; J. H. Carter Jr., Marianna;
L. C. Crofton, Chipley; W. L. Gleason,

Eau Gallie; J. Velma Keen, Marianna;
R. P. Perry, Jacksonville; R. R. Ham-"
mon, Gainesville; E. F. McLane,
Greensboro; J." R. Wells Jr., Panama
City; D. E. Williams, Wiliiston, and
W. S. Yates, Plant City.
The society also elected. to member membership
ship membership some of the newer faculty .mem .members,
bers, .members, including Profs. A. P. Black, M.
D. Cody, P. I Reed and A. L. Sheally.

lation garbage cans, $1.50 each at the, suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Farm RmTlv Co. 20-t Clothing A Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf

20-t

Clothing

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



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1922

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were the Charles A. Dana of the Flor

ida press. Charlie's remark about his
knowing how to pour oil on the trou troubled
bled troubled waters will make everybody who

knows him laugh. Charlie is a chron chronic
ic chronic water troubler, and he is like other

chronics -people have lost faith in
him. Go way back and sit down,

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star- April 22, 1902)
L. Horne & Company's turpentine
still near York, a few miles west of
Ocala, was the scene of a very lively
fracas Saturday night in which one

Charlie. You have deteriorated intoman badly beaten and a fourth person
a joke, and we have no more time for jmore or less, disfigured. The affair

you.

ADDRESS ON LIFE OF
GENERAL ROBT. E. LEE

Next Wednesday being Memorial
DayDr. C. L. Collins, pastor of the
Ocala Baptist church, announces that
his subject for tomorrow (Sunday)
night's address, at 7:45 will be
"Robert E. Lee, Ideal Soldier and
Christian Gentleman." The address
will be based on a chapter in the re recent
cent recent book," "The Soul of America," by
Dr. Charles S. Farriss, vice president
of John B. Stetson University. Dr.
Collins especially invites all Confed Confederate
erate Confederate veterans who can do so to at attend
tend attend the service. In fact, all ex ex-service
service ex-service men will be especially wel welcome.
come. welcome. The service begins promptly
at 7:45 p. m.

For the coming democratic primary
campaign the following rates will be
nhmftrtnii frtr nnnitiTirfimrita nnf t ft ai

ceetf twenty lines. PAVAHLE WHEN
UOHx" IS SUBMITTED:
Weekly Mar: For member of legis legislature,
lature, legislature, member of school board, mem member
ber member of board of county commissioners,
county surveyor, registration officer,
constable and Justice of the peace, $5;
all state and national officers, $10.
Evening Star: (One insertion each
week) fciame rates as Weekly Star.
Announcements under this rate are
to run from date of insertion until date
of primary election.
Headers for insertion will be charged
,t the regular commercial rates.

Say, doesn't the Standard Oil Com Company
pany Company manufacture lubricating oil for

guns

Up to date, a little over a hundred
women in Ocala precinct have regis registered
tered registered for the June primary, and in the
county a few over three hundred.- The
last day is drawing near, sisters.
. The lawn of the county courthouse
was sprinkled with moonshine liquor
today. There has been no rain here
for some time and the grass was turn turning
ing turning brown. Seven gallons of the joy
fluid was used. Clearwater Sun.

We have plenty of water up here.
How much liquor will you give us for
a tank carfull of it?

In most of the progressive towns in
Florida the business men have begun
planning to give their clerks their
weekly summer half-holiday earlier
than usual. In Ocala, Marcus Frank

and Whittington & Phillips of the U-

Serve stores will begin Thursday,
May 4. While the Star has "had no

chance to consult all, it is assured by

the H. B. Masters Company, E. T.
Helvenston, Joseph Maleyer, Fred

Malever, Jake Goldman, Baxter Carn,

T. C. Carter, Parker and Guynn

and Fred W. Cook that they will begin
their half holidays at the same time.

The Atlantic Coast Line will begin

holidays for its freight clerks Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, May 6, and it is believed the Sea

board will do likewise. It is the Star's

opinion that most of the business men

are willing to begin closing early. It

will pay them.

The Williston Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce has denounced the course of
Representative Gunn of Levy county
in making a fight on the gasoline tax
law, invalidating which threatens to
give road building in the state a
great setback. As Levy county had
much to gain and little to lose by the
law, Mr. Gunn's action does look
rather unreasonable.

Benjamin, of the Ocala Star, says
that we "ride" him because he doesn't
write to suit us. We have always had
a sneaking admiration for Benjamin
who had so long been allied to that
portion of the national democracy of
which William Jennings Bryan is the
acknowledged head. If "Ben" will go
back to his files he will read his own
eulogies of Bryan and its the same
Bryan and yet today Benjamin is vio violent
lent violent in his attacks on this great Amer American.
ican. American. Benjamin is a vitriolic writer
he is very impatient at opposition. He
does jiot know how to pour oil on trou troubled
bled troubled waters like the editor of the Ob Observer.,
server., Observer., He has woefully changed.
But if Ben would think a little bit he
would conclude that Bryan as a citi citizen
zen citizen is Florida's greatest asset.

Charlie Jones' Observer.
Mr. Jones reads backwards. We
have never written that he "rides" us.
We have never written that expres expression
sion expression about anybody. What we wrote
(and it was not only without anger,
but mostly in fun) was that as long
as we wrote to suit Charlie Jones, we
were all right, and when we didn't we
were, from his standpoint, all wrong.
We have supported Mr. Bryan as the
candidate of the democratic party, but
personally we never had any use for
his free silver doctrine, nor for any
of his other fads, and when he de deserted
serted deserted Wilson in 1915 we did not think
we oved him any further allegiance,
and the democratic party has so far
-agreed with us. We admit we don't
dip our pen in rosewater when attack attacking
ing attacking what we believe to be wrong, but
if we had a,bused Senator Trammell
like Charlie Jones has abused him,
Charlie would probably have said we

Why do not the state officials make
public the name-of the official by
whose, to say the least, carelessness,

the gasoline bill was not laid before

the president of the Senate and the

speaker ot the House at the proper

time? Why isn't his conduct invest!

gated? What excuse have the presi

dent and speaker to make for not ob

serving that such an important bill

had not been signed Why is the busi

ness of the state of Florida carried

on with such disgraceful carelessness

MacKay & Company are hustling

their work on. the burned district,

They will have J. J. Gerig's building

ready for feoccupation by the Ocala

Tire & Vulcanizing Company next

week. Their own buildings and Mrs,

Chace's building are going up fast. If

MacKay & Company had been given

the contract to build the Tower of

Babel, they would have had the top

higher than the moon before the lan
guages were mixed.

T7 J. 1 I I

r rax.ernai wruers

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

iH

was a family row in which outsiders

took a hand and the shooting resulted.

Tom Harris of Jacksonville is vis-j

iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.

Harris.

C. L. Bittinger and wife returned

last jiight from their attendance on
the National Press Association held
at Hot Springs.

Asher Frank who has been attend

ing' the East Florida Seminary at
Gainesville is, at home to spend the
feast of the passover with his people.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 22, 1912)
Rev. Campbell Gray went to Or

lando yesterday to spend a week.

Mrs. Clarence Camp, Miss Emily

Stotesbury and Miss Mattie Williams

left yesterday to attend grand opera

in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford

Anderson will in a few days leave on

the same pleasant errand.

Dr. Herbert Counts, who was ap

pointed city inspector of milk and
meat at the last meeting of the city
council, will also have charge of the
administering of the anti-cholera
serum.

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E

meets at the Masonic hall the second
&nd fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

'.IARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
Si., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month st
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. CJ
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the f ourt;:
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

W.

We think that if the editor of the

Tribune will investigate, he will have

a hard time finding a child that calls

its mother "Little Mama." Sometimes

a big, husky boy will use the expres expression,
sion, expression, but such boys are few and far
apart. But thirty odd years ago we
heard a 130-pound husband apply the
name to his 180-pound wife, and we
have heard a number of hubbies of
various size use it on their better
halves since then.

UNCLE HANK

Blessed is Uf home iv which tb
man an' wife don't want to read th
comic section at th sam time.
f ;',

Bobbed hair and earpuffs were fash fashionable
ionable fashionable 2500 years ago, according to
the results of an investigation con conducted
ducted conducted by students of the Uni University
versity University of California who recently
produced "The Vision of Marpesse," a
Grecian outdoor pageant. Several of

the girls had demurred at taking part

because they feared their, bobbed
locks would not look sufficiently an ancient.
cient. ancient. An investigation was started
and the students and their faculty
advisors found that the Greek women
of centuries ago bobbed their hair,
used earpuffs and also resorted to
brilliantine and other beauty aids on
occasion.

The sanitary department has tem temporarily
porarily temporarily stopped cleaning the town
up the dust caused by the dry
weather making the work very annoy annoying
ing annoying to the citizens but will resume as
soon as we, have some rain. Manager
Brumby says he intends that Ocala
shall be the cleanest town in Florida.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school, L

Duval, superintendent.

11 a. m. Morning service. Sermon

subject, "Strong Manhood."

7 p. m. Senior League meets in the

basement.

8 p. m. Evening services.
We have saved a place for you.
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
First Sunday After Easter
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
10 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "You Had Better For Forgive."
give." Forgive." Soloist, Mr. Ed Gernant.
8 p. m." Evening prayer with address.

A cordial invitation is extended you.

Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser

mon by the pastor. Subject, "Big

Business for the Church."
6:30 p. m. Senior, Junior and In
termediate B. Y. P. U.

7:45 p. m. Evening worship. Ad

dress on Robert E. Lee, "The Ideal

Soldier and Christian Gentlemen," ap

propriate to the coming Memorial

"Better come to church."
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N.

A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Our special services begin tomor

row. Rev. J. C. Leckemby will do the

preaching. Both members and friends
are urged to be present for the first

service.
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a.' m. Bible school.

11 a. m. Communion service fol followed
lowed followed by sermon by pastor. Subject,

"What Are You Trying to Do 1
7 p. m. Junior Endeavor.
7 p. m. Senior Endeavor.

8 p. m. Evening service. Sermon

by pastor. Subject, "The Greatest

Wonder of the World."

After the evening service the ord ordinance
inance ordinance of Christian baptism will be

administered to a number of candi candidates.
dates. candidates. A cordial welcome to all the serv services
ices services in this church.
Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30, a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 10:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
.Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.

The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
BANKS WILL BE CLOSED
ON MEMORIAL DAY
Wednesday, April 26th, (Memorial
Day), being a legal holiday in the
state of Florida, the following banks
will be closed on that date: Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank, Ocala National Bank, Mon Monroe
roe Monroe & Chambliss National Bank. 3t

Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra. .:' .. 20-2t

We have just unloaded a carload of

milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 ieets at

K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.

P. W. Whiteaidca, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

Masonic Hall.

B. L. Adams, Recorder.

Ocala Command

ery Number 19,

Knights Templar

meets every sec

ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
A. L. Lucas, E. C.

NICKELS, DIMES and QUARTERS
MLK E THE DOLLARS
The one who is too b!& to do little things well is
generally to small to do big things. It's the regu regular,
lar, regular, systematic saving of the nickels, dimes and
quarters that makes the great accumulation of dol dol-dollars.
dollars. dol-dollars. Open a Saving Account here NOW, and see how
your money will increase at 4 per cent. Interest.

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

LEGION POST PICKS BEAUTY

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 Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets every Tuesday evening at eight

o clock at the Odd .bellows hall in ihe

third story of the Gary block. A

warm welcome always extended to

visiting brothers.

E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
3:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject
"Probation After Death."
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.

North Ocala Union Sunday School
. A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.
m. Visitors 'welcome.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trailer's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street t
' A. A. Vandenbrock, E. B-
C. Y. Miller. Secretary.

4 Country cured bams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 103. 13

CASH PRICES
FOR

FRIDAY and SATURDAY

t AT

CRESCENT GROCERY

90c
43 c
7c
7c
3c
15c
9c
25 c
$1.10
90c
65 c
35c
65c
30c
38c
25c
35c
30c
20c
45c
30c
30c
30c
20c
15c
18c
10c

30c
30c
25c
3c
45 c
50c

Miss Edith Patterson Crowned by Ar.
kansas Body as Most Beautiful
Girl in America.
Arkansas comes forth with Miss
Edith Mae Patterson to prove that, as

a state, its prod products
ucts products are unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed anywhere
in the world. Miss
Patterscn won a
mid western
beauty contest,
and has subse subse-quently
quently subse-quently been
crowned the most
beautiful girl in
America by criti critical
cal critical members of
the Roy KInard
post of the Amer

ican Legion. Arkansas stands ready
to stake her against all comers.
Digging around in oyster flats in the
Arkansas river, assiduous citizens pro produced
duced produced a beautiful pearl which they
bestowed on Marshal Foch during his
visit. And picking around in the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas diamond mines other citizens
uncovered an Arkansas diamond,
which was presented to Hanferd Mac Mac-Nider,
Nider, Mac-Nider, commander of the Legion. Per Persistently
sistently Persistently refusing to be "misunder "misunderstood,"
stood," "misunderstood," this hearty state is manifest manifesting
ing manifesting surprising fertility of soil, with
its diamonds and pearls and women.

v3-Z- -.Z.-Z-OOOO i"&4kr

One doz. pint Fruit Jars
Per dozen. :
Morris Supreme Butter
Per pound
Sugar
Per pound
Rice
Per pound
Grits
Per pound
Grandma Macaroni
Two packages for
Bread,
Small loaf
Large Bread,
Two loaves for
$1.25 Broom
For 1

$1.00 Broom
For
75c. Broom
For
Certo
Jelly. ..."
Florida Syrup
Per gallon
Welch's

Grapelade
Fresh Fruit Jams,
Per glass
Goldbar Cherries
Per can
Goldbar Pears
Per can
Lemons,
Per dozen
Picnic Hams,
Per pound
Home Cured Ham,
Sliced, per pound
Loin Steak
Per pound
"T"-Bone Steak,
Per pound
Round Steak
Per pound
Roast
Per pound
Marmalade Spread
Per glass
Broadway Toilet Soap
Three bars for. ........
Brown Sugar
Per pound
Franklin Granulated Sugar
Two pounds for
Goldbar Dill Pickles
Per can
Onions,
Two pounds, for
Water Ground Meal
Per pound
Prunes,
Two pounds for
Peaches,
Two pounds for ...

CRESCENT GROCERY
Phone 562 N. Magnolia SL

PLANS GREAT MOUNTAIN CAMP

American Legion in New York to Pro Provide
vide Provide Hunting Lodge for the Tu Tubercular
bercular Tubercular Ex-Soldiers.
Curing tubercular ex-soldiers by giv giving
ing giving them a hunting lodge in the Ad Ad-irondacks
irondacks Ad-irondacks is the most recent plan of
the American Legion In New York

state. A mammoth mountain camp, 30
miles from Saranac lake, has been se secured,
cured, secured, its doors to be opened to the
10,000 service men who cannot now
find a bed. In the adjoining forest,
comprising 12,000 acres of state pre preserve,
serve, preserve, will soon be scattered lean-tos
and shelters, where disabled men will
bunk in solid comfort, breathing the
air which can restore them to health.
Permission to use the preserve as
a hunting ground has been granted by
the state; and at the main camp on
Big Tupper lake there will be bowl bowling
ing bowling alleys, motor boats and athletic
fields at the disposal of the patients.
Each Legion post in the state has been
given the chance to put up its own
lean-to, men of that post to be given
precedence in occupancy. Twenty
thousand dollars has already been sub subscribed
scribed subscribed to the fund.

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SERIES OF SERVICES

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
APRIL 23d TO 1AY 7th
CONDUCTED BY
"THE NEW ENGLAND EVANGELIST"
Reverend J. Clarence Leckemby
A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED
TO ALL

S Morning Services, 10:00. Evening Services, 8i00

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CHIEF FUN-MAKER BUSY MAN

President Eivers of "40 Hommes t 8
Chevaux," Forced to Resign
State Adjutant.
Edward J. Elvers, national presi president
dent president of "40 hommes et 8 chevaux"

fun-making so society
ciety society of the Amer American
ican American Legion, finds
that the duties as
head of a "funny"
organization are
more pressing
than any serious
work. Making fun
took so much of
his time that he
was forced to re resign
sign resign his former
position as state
adjutant of the

Legion in the state of Oregon.
One of the proud moments in Elver's
life was when, before a crowd of 7,000
people, he presented Marshal Foch
the little gold badge of the order box boxcar,
car, boxcar, horse tind all.
Elvers began his military career In
191 u in the National Guard. During
the war he served 15 months overseas
as captain of the machine-gun com company
pany company of the One Hundred and Sixty Sixty-second
second Sixty-second infantry, which was not. as he
says, a fun-making society.

A Footless Hunt.
"Whoofr panted Dottle Dimple Dimple-knees
knees Dimple-knees as she sank into a chair in the
theatrical agency office, "I've simply
run my legs off trying to see the mana manager
ger manager of this show about a Job In the
chorus."
"Lady," said Otis, the office boy. I
ain't seen the manager, but If that's
the case you might's well go back
home.' American Legion Weekly.

Carrying On With the
American Legion

Twenty hospitals in three years is
the record of one disabled fighter dis discovered
covered discovered by the American Legion.
Ex-soldiers who have lost their dis discharge
charge discharge papers will be able to obtain
duplicates under a bill now before
congress.

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 X
12 pounds Self-Rising Flour 55c
24 pounds High Grade S. R.
Flour guaranteed 1,25
12 pounds High Grade S. R.
Flour (guaranteed) 65c
24 pounds Pillsbury's Best Flour 1.55
12 pounds Pillsbury's Best Flour 80c
FOUR POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR 25c
100 pounds No. 1 Corn 1.80
Whole Grain Rice . 7-c
Pure Pork Sausage . 25c
White Bacon 16c

SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY

White House Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee

36c

We Deliver Groceries Anywhere In Town
North End Supply Company
Phone 34 IB North Magnolia Street

Packer's Checks

WE HAVE PACKERS' CHECKS AND
PACKERS TICKETS." CALL OR
PHONE US YOUR ORDER

Star Publishing Company
Phone 51 Ocala, Florida

A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our drift
aa monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial rasping
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

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OCA LA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1922

HE DIDN'T QUITE UNDERSTAND
Peesibly British OftWf Thought Or.
drtye Proper Place Wh
MOTHER TO AMERICAN LEGION
EAGLE GROCERY 8 LIT HRKET
Madame Schumann-Helnk Contin
Work of The Greatest Organ,
ization in the World."
i Undp (ha Tahla.

our
Kind of
Battery
eedls
Our
Kind of
Service
To get all the miles
and months out of your
battery it must have
proper care from the
very first day you put
it in service.
, That means having
water put in at least
twice a month, and
seeing to it that the
charge is kept up to
the proper point.
Also to come straight to
Battery Headquarters the
minute you suspect your
battery isn't up to the
mark.
Ocala Storage
Battery Co.
Phone m
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
HALF AJENTURY
Oklahoinan Praises Black-Draught,
Having Used It "Can Safely
Say for 50 Years."
Grandfield, Okla. One of the best
known farmers of Tilman County, Mr.
Q. W. Tisdale, who owns and manages
a wagon yard here, says:
"I have used Thedford's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I believe I can safely say for
fifty years.
"I was born and reared in Texas,
Freestone County, sixty-four years ago.
I have been married forty-four years.
My father used Black-Draught before I
was married, and rave it to us .
"For forty-four years of my married
life, it has had a place on our medi medicine
cine medicine shelf, and is the only laxative, or
liver medicine, we use. We use it
for torpid liver, sour stomach, head headache,
ache, headache, indigestion ... I don't think we
could get along without it, knowing
what it has done for us. and the money
It has saved. It is Just as good and re reliable
liable reliable today as it was when we began
Its use. My boys use it and they are
satisfied it's the best liver medicine
they have ever used."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, not disagreeable to take
and acts in a prompt arid natural way.
So many thousands of persons have
been benefited by the of Thedford's
Black-Draught, you should have no
hesitancy in trying this valuable old
well-established remedy, for most liver
and stomach disorders. NC-139b.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, sheriff of Marion county.
ioriaa, under ana by virtue or a cer
tain execution issued out of and under
the seal of the circuit court of Marion
county, Florida, pursuant to a iu&g iu&g-ment
ment iu&g-ment lately, on December 30. 1911, ren
dered in the circuit court of Alachua
county, Florida, in a certain cause
therein in which Florida Fertilizer
Manufacturing Co., a corporation, was
plaintiff, and W. A. Green was defend defendant,
ant, defendant, which said judgment Is recorded
In Foreign Judgment Book C, page 22,
of the public records of Marion county,
Florida, will on
Monday, May 1st, A. D. 1022.
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., the same be being
ing being a legal sale day and during the
legal hours of sale, offer for sale and
sell to the best and highest bidder for
cash, at the west door of the court
house in Ocala, Florida, the following
described real estate levied on under
said execution as the property of W.
A. Green: Lot 5 of Miller's survey in
section 9, township 12, south, range 21
east, according to map or plat of said
survey on file In the clerk's office, Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county, Florida.
Said property to be sold to satisfy
said judgment and all costs.
S. C. M. THOMAS.
Sheriff of Marion Co., Fla.
T. S. TRAXTHAM,
Plaintiffs Attorney. 4-1-Sat
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty yon will like it. tf

N

WHEN "Just David" was published
readers thought it the most adorable
story of a child ever written ; then
appeared "Pollyanna" by the same authoress
and it took the country by storm; now she
has given us "Mary Marie," which is better
than either.
This wonderful child was Mary to her staid,

bookish, serious-minded father. To her viva vivacious,
cious, vivacious, laughter-loving mother she was Marie;
so they named her Mary Marie, and to keep
peace in the family she had to develop a dual
nature in keeping with the two names.
This Greatest of Eleanor Porter's Many
Remarkable Stories Starts

In the Evening Star on Tuesday,

April
SENT DIRECT FROM JUPITER
Ancient Peoples Had Odd Belief Con Concerning
cerning Concerning Otherwise Unaccount Unaccountable
able Unaccountable Shower of Frogs.
Showers of frogs must have been
common enough in ancient Greece,
seeing that Aristotle gives them a par particular
ticular particular name. Alluding to the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing idea of his time, which sup supposed
posed supposed them to come from Heaven, he
called them messengers of Jupiter.
Two carefully observed Instances in
modern times have especially wrought
conviction among the learned.
The first was attested by a whole
company of soldiers, who during the
French Revolution, were on a march
towards the north of France. In the
open country they were assailed by
a shower of little toads which were
dashed in their faes, falling with
torrents of water. Astonished at such
an unwonted attack, and desirous of
satisfying themselves as to whether
this living shower came from above,
the soldiers spread out their handker handkerchiefs
chiefs handkerchiefs on a level with their heads,
and found they were soon covered.
After the storm, the astonishment
was general when the soldiers saw
this unexpected brood leaping about In
the folds of their cocked hats.
The second well-attested shower of
toads fell In 1834. :n the town of Ham,
In Germany, when the streets, roofs
and gutters were Immediately filled
with a great number of these young
creatures.
HAD HIGHEST SOCIAL IDEAS
Marriage Relations Among Early As Assyrians
syrians Assyrians Subjected to the Strictest
Code of Human Laws.
Marriage relations among the early
Assyrians were subject to a strict code
ef laws. It is now learned from a val valuable
uable valuable cultural document made ac
cessible to the scientific world in a
German translation of the cuneiform
text preserved In the Asiatic division
of the Berlin Ethnographical museum, j
The early Assyrian lawmakers had
this code inscribed on a set of clay
Hons of the German Asiatic society In
Mesopotamia. By comparing this find
with other prehistoric documents, the
date of these tablets has been estab established
lished established around 1100 B. C, which would
coincide with the reign of Tlglat-POe-sar
L
The rights and duties of married
women and the punishments imposed
for the Infringements of these laws,
and as the marital relations of a na nation
tion nation have always been regarded as a
discovery throws an Interesting Uzht
upon early Assyrian social conditions.

25th.

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
SASH
DOGR
Geo. MacKay I Co. i
Ocala, Fla. 1
HARDWARE 1
HIGH GRADE PAINT

ATTENTION, ELKS!
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
HOTEL WINDLE
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
x a beautyyou will like it. tf

At the Army and Navy etub t&
Washington they tell a story of
newly appointed officer In the British
army who was making bis first visit
to the mess, with the usual Inquiry of
"any complaints?" Now, he had ar arrived
rived arrived at the mess somewhat earlier
than expected, and the orderly of the
day, being- taken by surprise, and la
his shirt sleeves, dived under the table
to save a reprimand.
"Any complaints T" asked tlx officer.
Grasping the situation at ones, the
corporal answered for the absent or orderly.
derly. orderly. "None, sir."
"Who is thisr asked the officer,
suddenly catching sight of the orderly
under the table.
Again the corporal rose to the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. "Orderly of the day, str," was his
answer.
"Oh !" said the officer, and passed
on.
The next mess were quite prepared,
with the orderly, spick and span,
standing at attention at the bead of
the table.
"Any complaints?
"None, sir," answered the orderly.
The officer gave aba a careful sur surrey.
rey. surrey. "And who are you?" he asked.
"Orderly of the day, sir.'
"And why the deuce are yon not
under the table?" was the unexpected
retort.

HUMOROUS IN HIS PROTEST
Max Beerbohm Wanted No Book Writ Written
ten Written About Him, and Said in
Amusing Manner.
"You might have waited for my
demise, Instead of merely hastening
It," remarked bis subject or victim,
as you please to Bohun Lynch, when
the latter communicated the news that
he was about to writ "ll&x Beer Beerbohm
bohm Beerbohm in Perspective.
But admirers of Beerbohm will agree
that the Beerbohmian protests against
its publication in themselves justify
the volume, according to the Living
Age. Here they are:
"I remember several books about
men who, not yet dead, had blandly
aided and abetted the author; and I
remember what awful asset those men
seemed to me thereby to have made
of themselves. Two of them wen
rather great men. They could af afford
ford afford to make awful asses of them themselves.
selves. themselves. I, who am 100 miles away
from being great, cannot afford such
luxuries.
"My gifts are small. I've used them
very well and discreetly, never strain-
ing them; and the result Is that I've
I made a charming little reputation. But
that reputation is a frail plant. Don't
over-attend to It, Gardener Lynch I
Don't drench and deluge it I The
contents of a quite small watering can
will be quite enough."
"Gardener Lynch," however, was not
to be deterred, and bis readers maj
rejoice therefor. He produced an
amusing study of an amusing writer,
not a flippant study, but not a pain painfully
fully painfully serious one, either.
Country's National Parke.
There are nineteen national parks
with a total area of 10,839 square
miles, under the supervision of thi
secretary of the interior and sever
national military and other parki
under ti supervision of the secretarj
of war, and a number of other na
tlonal monuments, such as the petri petrified
fied petrified forest of Arizona, etc, under thi
jurisdiction of the secretaries of thi
Interior, agriculture and war. Foi
many years the Hot Springs reserve
tion of Arkansas was the only national
park. In 1832 an area of IV squuit
miles on which are 46 hot springs pos possessing
sessing possessing curative properties was set
aside as a national park. It was not
until forty years later that anothei
national park was created, the Tel
lowstone. In Wyoming. The othei
17 have been created within forty-tw
years, and seven of these within tb
last decade, the interest In conserva conservation
tion conservation probably accounting for the largei
number. The only one In New Eng
land Is Lafayette park la Maine, os
Mount Desert.
Process ef Absorption.
Miss Christina ilerrlmaa, head of
the disarmament division of the
League of Women Voters, said at s
dinner party In Washington:
"Disarmament, when It comes, will
do away with the absorption of one
country by another.
"These absorbing, or boa constrictor.
countries remind me of the elderly man
In the smoker who bent over an old
gentleman seated In front ef him and
said:
"'Beg pardon, but do you mind
lending me your spectacles a moment?1
" 'Not at all,' said the kindly old gen
tleman, 'not at all.'
"The elderly chap fixed the specta
cles firmly on his nose.
"Thank you,' he said. 'And now,
sir, since you can no longer read your
newspaper, win you kindly pass It ever
to me?" Washington Star.
Toe Much Latitude.
"Here's a funny item,- said Mrs
Johnson, in the midst of her reading
"A professor says folks ort to spend
at least nn hour at the dinner table.
"An hour?" exclaimed Gap Johnayj
of Rumpus Ridge, Ark. "Great gun
of iron! What in torment would oui
14 children be eating after the first 2C
minutes, unless they ett up the fable
afid then began on each otherf Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Star.
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let mo show you the propo
sitions offered I7 some of the strong-
et companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing- & Shoe Co. 19-tf
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c 14-10t

"To bring Joy to the boys who so
gloriously offered their lives" Is the

cause tCr which
Madame Schumann-Helnk,
now
sixty years old, j
has dedicated the
remainder of herj
days. Back from
a tour in the
Orient,' she has
plunged into the
task of being a
mother to the
American Legion,
-r j convinced, she
-n- T M that it is
"the greatest
world"
organization In the
The role of mother hat been Madame
Scnpmann-Helnks greatest success.
And now, with a son of her own and
a million adopted sons, she finds as
great an outlet for her lovable nature
and her talent as In the war days, when
she spent much of her time In camps,
singing, working with her needle, and
spreading cheer.
T have never been happier,- said
the great star, who, in spite of her
years, still has the grace and the col color
or color of youth.
SAM $00 H00 DIED FOR FLAG
Body of Patriotic Chinaman, Born and
Educated In America, 8ent to
China for Burial.
The last journey of Sam Soo Hoo.
Wiled In action in the Ourcq valley.
Is told by the American Legion Week-
Of Chinese parentage on both sides,
but born and educated In San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Sam. when he became a young
man, went to China and married, think thinking
ing thinking some day to return to America.
When In 1917 news came that America
had entered the war, Sam kissed his
perplexed little bride and said: I
must go."
Time passed, and a white cross
stood over all that was mortal of Sam
Soo Hoo. A Red Cross man came
along and took a picture of the grave,
sending it on to the widow, who won wondered
dered wondered what It meant. And then a re request
quest request came from relatives that the body
be sent to China. So now, close by
Jia gl Chuen, Just outside the south
gate of Canton, .ue slender matron
waits the return oi her husband,
where, draped In the flag of the coun
try for which he died, he will be laid
In the dust with his honored fathers.
ONLY OFFICER TO SURVIVE
CapL Bert Rupjh Saw All Fellow Com
manders of His Battalion Fall
In Battle.
The only officer In his battalion tel
survive, Bert Hugh's military record
reads like a chro-
or name during s
the dark years of
f StftVZl
the war. His ex experiences
periences experiences with the
Canadian army,
however, are lost
In his absorption
In the business of
putting up a f 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 club house for
Cedar Rapids (la.)
post of the Amerl Amerl-Ican
Ican Amerl-Ican Legion. This,
when completed, probably will be ree
ognized as the finest Legion home la
the country.
Rugh began his military career as
a buck private in Company C, Forty-
ninth Iowa volunteer infantry, serr-
Ing In Cuba from April, 1898, to May,
1890. In 1914 he joined the Seconal
Field troop of the Canadian Engineer!,
went overseas, and was promoted tf
a lieutenancy. During the course f
events, every other officer In the bat
tallon met his death. Three of RugYs
orderlies were killed In action, and la
one attack Rugh was the only member
of his company to come through alive.
Carrying On With the
American Legion
Liberal (Kan.) poet of the American
Lesion is building a swimming pool
In the city's park and digging holes
for tree planting.
On the brink of Kileuea, one of
Hawaii's active volcanoes, a health re
sort for service men has been erect ea
by citizens of the Island.
m
The United States army costs fS.32
per capita. Great Britain, witn ner
many colonies pays $13.25 per capital
France, $22.52; Italy, $8.70 and Japan,
$3.83.
German women will be invited te
join with the National Council of
Women In next year's celebration of
Armiatire day. under resolutions
adopted In the council's biennial
sion.
Rev. David Ballton, Ylcar of Mar
gate, England, recently tramped tne
ofttmtrv as an "ouf of work ex-soldier
and returned with the report that It
Is almost Impossible to even get an
hour's work."
The Flanders poppy has been de declared
clared declared a pest and a menace by the
federal horticulture board. "With Its
bristling stalks and leaves It Is value
less and crowds out useful plants.
the board annniinced.
SEWING MACHINES
We repair all makes of sewing- ma-1
chines. Cardwell Sewing Machine t-,l
phone 502 Green. 19-6t
Complete line of luggage and ward
robe trunks. Agent for Indestructo
trunk. Guarantee Oothine & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf

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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 public to come in and look it over. While
we shall carry both Florida and Western Meats, we will make a
specialty of the latter. Our Market will be in charge- of M. EL
Naif, an expert meat cutter from Jacksonville. Every article of
fresh meat is handled in a sanitary manner within a perfect screen
enclosure. We 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 Day

Our Motto Remains Just What It Has Been

In The Past: "Best Goods And

Reasonable Prices."

EAGLE GROCERY & HAT MARKET
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

WE PACK OIIR MAROCAU ICE CREAM

til
MARION COUNTY

PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
P H OK E 2 4 3
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD.TO EAT

Cook's Market and Grocery
QUALITY CLEANLINESS

i

WHITE STAR LONE
Negotiable Storage Receipts leaned oa Cotton, Aotonobilea, Etc.

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC
The
Eotet
JACKSONVILLE,, FLA

Windsor

-UlSter Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

S. Main Street
No. 122

so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in fine condi-
S 1 1
I i I
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.
... Night Phone 615
Day Phone 47
When the Hoar Glass of
Time Rans Its Coarse
There Is so sympathy mo helpful to a
family that Is bereaved that of true
friends and no help so reassuring as
that of the good funeral director. Act-
ing in your stead, fee understands that
he must act 4n your spirit, performing
each task with the reverence and ten tenderness
derness tenderness with which your own hands
would perform It if they could. Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy which cannot ie gracefully con conveyed
veyed conveyed toy words Is revealed through his
act of service which bring the com comforting
forting comforting assurance that every attention
has been given with tbouffhttuLneas
and skill.
GEO. IIACKAY & COMPANY
feneTalDirectars
G. B. Overton, Director

191

TRANSFER
AND
proofSTAE

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Pluoiie
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,
v Proprietor

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1922

FLEA HOUSE ON FIRE

The fire alarm yesterday afternoon j
came from a negro house near the I
fair grounds. A doe kennel which!
wai sitting close to the ; house had j
caught fire and threatened to burn
the house and fences. The depart department
ment department got the alarm wrong at first
and went over in the Howard Acad Academy
emy Academy neighborhood but soon got on the
right track 'and reached the scene of
the fire in time to put out the dog
house and fence with a hand extin extinguisher?
guisher? extinguisher?
The dry weather is putting bones
in the dewberries.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMLNTSi
: i
t RATES under this heading are at j
follows: Maximum of six lines one timet
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one;
month $3.00, All accounts payable la j
advaare except to those who have reg- i
ular advertising accounts.
ROOM FOR TWO In private car en
route to Miami Monday or Tuesday.
See Dr. Kiplinger, at the Ocala
House. 22-lt
FOR SALE Two fine cows and ten
fine shoats. Address Lizzie Smiddy,
Belleview, Fla. 22-6t
FOR SALE Four fine female pup puppies
pies puppies five months old. Good for any anything.
thing. anything. The best you ever saw. Call
on Lizzie Smiddy, Belleview. 22-6t
STRAYED White and black flea flea-bitten
bitten flea-bitten pointer gyp; one side of head
black and the other white. Very
easily distinguished. Answers to
the name of Whitie. Liberal reward
for return to Fred Malever. 22-tf
FOR SALE Baby carriage. Phone
182. 12-tf
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
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 Apply
ply Apply 614 "E. Adams St. 17-6t
FOR SALE? Ten-acre improved farm
on Dixie highway within city limits,
south side; six-room furnished
house, water raised with engine,
good barn and poultry house. In Includes
cludes Includes work mule, two pedigreed
Jersey cows, chickens and all farm farm--
- farm-- ing implements. Price and terms
reasonable. Louis Frederitzi, Ocala,
Fla. 4-17-3t-eod
WANTED Colored laborers for min mining
ing mining ocher. Apply to the Pidcock Pidcock-Roberts
Roberts Pidcock-Roberts Co., Bunnell, Fla..l9-6t
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 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 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., '"cala, Fla. 32-tf
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
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
POLITICAL AKIOCRCEHFRR'
tM)H HEPKKPEXTATIYK
(Group Ob
I hereby announce myself a candi- f
lr tor the legislature of 1S23-24. sub subject
ject subject to the actions of the voters In the
coming democratic primary. 4 Business
will prevent me from making an active
campaign, and I can only "promise as I
did In the last session that I will handle
the affairs of the county and state In
the same conservative and business businesslike
like businesslike way in which I would my own, and
at all times consider the tbest Interest
.of the people. Your suptwrt would be
appreciated. NATHAN MAYO.
jSummerneld. Fla., April 17, 1922.

AT REST ON BARREN ISLAND
Land Where Sir Ernest Bhaekleto
Sleeps Was Discovered by the
Famous Captain Cook.

South Georgia 1 aland, where Sir
Ernest Shackleton will sleep on the
fringe of the wild and frosen soli solitudes
tudes solitudes against which he opposed the
might of a hero's will, is In about the
same latitude as Cape Horn, which lies
1,200 miles westward of it.
- When Captain Cook was making one
of his historic voyages around the
world in the Eighteenth century he
happened on South Georgia island, It
Is recorded. At first he thought It
might be the "terro tacognUsAnstrali'
he was in search of, so he went ashore
and as he recorded In kla diary, "took
possession of the country" in his maj majesty's
esty's majesty's name,- under a discharge of
small arms."
When the great circumnavigator ex
amined his discovery a little n"
closely and found it to be a mere
bunch of Icy mountains, he concluded
that It was "not worth the discovery.
Nevertheless he "called thia land the
Isle of Georgia in honor of his maj majesty."
esty." majesty." His majesty, by the way, was
none other than George IDL
A hundred years later the seafar seafaring
ing seafaring men of New England came to the
conclusion that South Georgia island
was not as worthless as Captain Cook
had supposed. It was a great place
for fur seals. They slaughtered more
than 1,000,000, virtually exterminating
them in that part of the Antarctic.
Then came a harvest of "elephant oil,"
extracted from the blubber of the
sea elephant, the giant of the seal
family.
HOUSEHOLD WORDS NOT OLD
in Everyday Use Today, but Really
Have Not Long Been Incorpo Incorporated
rated Incorporated in the Language.
Most persons probably think that
the word "starvation" is as old as the
language ; but it isn't.' It was flrat
used in 1775 in a speech made in par parliament
liament parliament by Henry Dundas, who in
consequence became widely known as
"Starvation Dundas."
"Intensify" and "outsider" are two
words less than a hundred years old.
The English poet, Coleridge, delib deliberately
erately deliberately coined the former word because
there was no other in existence to ex express
press express the particular shade of meaning
which he wished to convey; and "out "outsider"
sider" "outsider" came Into being in 1844, during
the convention that nominated James
K. Polk for President. The delegates
were subjected to uncomfortable pres pressure
sure pressure bf the throng of spectators gath gathered
ered gathered without the hall, and some one
happily described it as a pressure
from the "outsiders." The term was
takenup by the reporters apd at once
became popular.
Other words unknown until the mid middle
dle middle of the Seventeenth century in include
clude include such now familiar ones as
"sculptor," "umbrella," "opera," "sui "suicide"
cide" "suicide" and "peninsula," while Bentley
in the Eighteenth century had actual actually
ly actually to defend" himself for using such
strange terms as "timid," "concede,"
"repudiate "idiom and vernacu vernacular,"
lar," vernacular," and George Campbell in 1778
hesitated to use such queer new words
as "originate," "sentimental" and
"criminality.'
Napoleon Relic Stolen.
The sofa on which Napoleon I rested
on the day before the Battle of Jena
has been stolen from the Grunnen Grunnen-baum
baum Grunnen-baum Inn by Germans. This is not thr
first time that relics of the great cap captain
tain captain tempted the cupidity of "collec "collectors."
tors." "collectors." In 1864, the saber presented by
the city of Paris to Napoleon on the
occasion of the birth of the king of
Rome was stolen from the castle of
Stolzenfelds. This saber had been
found, it is said, by the Prussians in
the imperial coach after the Battle of
Waterloo. The hilt and scabbard were
of solid gold, encrusted with precious
stones. At the same time the robbers
made away with Prince Murat's saber,
which was also very valuable, and
several other souvenirs, including
Blueher's sword. From Le Petit
Parisien. (Translated for tne Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Star.)
The Right Way.
Motorists on the highway between
Greenfield and Pendleton have been
having considerable difficulty in getting
through a certain bad spot in the road.
A few days ago an automobile sunk
to axle depths, but, after a titanic
struggle, succeeded in backing out
The destination was forward, however,
so the driver went to a farmhouse
near by and asked a boy whether there
was any other road he could take to
Pendleton.
"Only road to Pendleton," the boy
answered. "Ain't no other way."
"Oh, there must be some other way,"
the motorist Insisted.
"Nope, no other way. Just go on
into the hole and pa will be along in
a little bit an pull you out for $4."
Indianapolis News.
Jews as Farmers.
Gabriel Davidson, general manager
of the Jewish Agricultural and Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Aid society, has Issued a report
concerning its work. The society's
goal has been, to quote the report,
"to build up a substantial, progressive
and permanent Jewish farming class
In this country." Twenty-two years
ago, when the organization began to
function, there were 216 Jewish farm
families in the United States. Today
the number exceeds 60,000. In 1900
the total acreage owned by Jewish
farmers was 12.029. Today more than
1.000,000 acres are farmed by Jewish
hands, and the real estate and per personal
sonal personal value of these holdlrgs are
above ? 1.000.000."
Suggested stock-in-trade critieisa
for musical comedies of the wruI
score: "The ctrrtain was splendid
real work of art."
iHt The better you care for
vour
eyes the better
. vour eves will care for

J, S JF
DR. K. J. WEHIET;
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

OCALA OGCURREIICES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Dr. A. L. Izlar of Clermont was
here yesterday, to visit his mother.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mrs. J. S. Beggs and baby are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit with friends in Meggs,
Ga.(
Miss Juliette Ward has returned
from a pleasant visit to Palatka and
St. Augustine.
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Mrs. D. W. Cato of Tampa is in the
city, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Norris.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will meet with Mrs.
J. H. Therrell Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock.
Fresh fiish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will meet with Mrs.
Harry Walters- on Monday afternoon
at four o'clock.
Mrs. E. H. Martin and her guest
Mrs. Joe Gordon, Misses Christine
Close and Jess Dehon spent the day
in Gainesville.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Chief Gordon gathered in two
speeders last night, and the court
assessed them $5 apiece and costs this
morning.
Mrs. Annie Akins will be hostess to
Circle B of the "Baptist church on
Monday afternoon at 3:30, at her
home No. 213 Oklawaha avenue.
Miss Mary Shepard, the efficient
principal of the Ocala high school, is
spending the week-end with her par parents
ents parents at Newberry.
Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra. 20-2t
Mrs. Frank Tompson of Lakeland
will arrive in Ocala tomorrow and
will be the guest of Mrs. W. M. Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell and Miss "Mary McDowell.
We have just unloaded a carload of
milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3k-
Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Carlisle
and a friend of Jacksonvile, who have
been visiting Mr. Carlisle's parents
for the past week, left last night for
their home.
Mrs. C. Ev Simmons, Mrs. A. C.
Blowers and Mrs. L. A. Wilcox re returned
turned returned yesterday from Jacksonville,
where they attended the convention
of the Eastern Star grand chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert will leave
this afternoon for Newberry, where
Mr. Lambert will conduct services.
Mrs. Lambert has been in Ocala for
the past month with her sister, Mrs.
J. P. Galloway.
Mrs. Charles Dumas, who has been
spending the winter in Ocala with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Wade Dumas, left today for her home
in New York. Mrs. Dumas has many
friends in Ocala and it is always a
pleasure to have her with them.
t
A happy crowd of boys gathered
early this morning at the home of
Scout Master A. R. Cassil, and a num number
ber number of friends and parents were also
there to see them off for a day's out outing.
ing. outing. Before leaving several pictures
were taken of the boys in formation,
and then they started on their hike to
Silver Springs, where they are spend spending
ing spending the day fishing, bathing and pic picnicking,
nicking, picnicking, expecting to return home late
this afternoon. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by the scout master who en enjoys
joys enjoys a day's outing as much as the
boys themselves.
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 lO GUARANTEE OUR WOK.
Give us a tiinl.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Out of Town
Speacer-Pcdrick Motor Co.
BUICK DEALERS
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8

RAISING MONEY FOR
A GOOD CAUSE

Last night there was a very enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic meeting of the finance com
mittee of the Presbyterian church.
About a week ago this committee
was appointed for the purpose of
raising money for the erection of a
new Presbyterian church. This pro project
ject project has been kept in view for some
time but only recently have, definite
plans been made. At last night's!
meeting from a report of about two- j
thirds of the committees working,!
pledges to the amount of $8000 were!
reported, which is considered a very
promising beginning. The Presby Presbyterians
terians Presbyterians are planning to erect a new,
up-to-date, modem church to cost
$30,000, on the corner where the pres
ent wooden building now stands, and j
if the plans are carried out as there
is every prospect that they will be,
this handsome building will soon be
added to the new structures recently
erected in the city.
SOPHOMORES ENTERTAINED
FOR THE SENIORS
Silver Springs which is an ideal
place for a good time was the scene
last night of the annual party which
the sophomores of the high school
gave to. their sister class, the seniors.
This jolly party with the teachers of
the high school, left town about five
o'clock in cars for the springs. On
arriving some of them, even though
the weather was cool, indulged in a
swim, while those on land amused
themselves in other ways and watch watched
ed watched the bathers.
About seven o'clock supper was
served, the table being in the pavilion.
A great deal of labor had been spent
in the decorations which made the
scene unusually attractive and the re result
sult result was well worth the trouble. Be Between
tween Between each set of posts streamers of
green and white, the school colors,
had been festooned and above the cen center
ter center of the table was suspended a big
bow of the same colors. A delicious
supper was served, consisting of
chicken saald, sandwiches, ice cream
and cake.
A short program had been arranged
for the entertainment of the guests.
Marion Lummus, president of the
sophomore class, with a short address
welcomed the seniors and this was re responded
sponded responded to by Ed. Buhrman, who
thanked the sophomores for their
hospitality. After this several origi original
nal original short speeches were made by
James Fielding, Donald Stroup and
Prof. Freelander. Miss Lena Rickett Rickett-son
son Rickett-son gave two readings which were
enjoyed and the high school quartet
gave several selections.
Original favors were handed the
seniors in the form of miniature A A-plomas
plomas A-plomas tied with green and white
ribbon and when opened each contain contained
ed contained a clever prophesy of fortune for
the holder.
After supper the young folks enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed themselves until time to return to
Ocala. The guests of the evening in included
cluded included the seniors and the teachers of
the high school and when they left
they weue loud in praise of the sopho sophomores
mores sophomores as royal entertainers and hosts.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb left
Jacksonville today for New Orleans,
wher they will attend the grand con conclave
clave conclave of Knights Templar.
JUDGE THE QUESTION
YOURSELF
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
your requirements.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA
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 effo'i; worth
while
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO,
Perry, Florida
NEEDMM MOTOR
COMPANY
PLUMBING & ELECTTICAi
CONTRACTING.
GENERAL AUTO
REPAIRING
PHONE 232

TTTfTli
w W W

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK I
A financial stronghold for Ocala and Marion County. This 3

uanK nas enjoyed

'uuu icgii ycaia agu. us iiuc ui uepuMis
any bank in this county ever secured in less

length of time, which speaks well for the development of our
resources in this section of the state.

5.-"
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MEMBER FEDERAL, RESERVE BANK SYSTEM
. i
Jno. L). Edwards. Presidents Charles S. Callen. Vice-Presidents H. 1. Stokes, Cashiart
II. H. Henderson, Assistant Cashier S'

Circle No. 3 of the Presbyterian
church, Mrs. Newson chairman, will
be hostess at the regular monthly
silver tea on Monday from 4 to 6 p.
m. at the home of Mrs. E. G. Peek on
Oklawaha avenue. Rev. J. Clarence
Leckemby, the New England evange-;
list ,will welcome the guests as they
arrive. All members and friends of
the congregation are cordially invited
to attend.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 14-10r
A Buick six belonging to Mr. Joe
Yongue of Oklawaha was stolen the
other night. Last night, Sheriff
Thomas and Deputy Wiggins found
the car about a mile and a half from
Ocala. They also found, in the car,
John Gary and Florence Fesses, col colored,
ored, colored, who are detained until they can
explain.
DeWitt Griffin, at the Munroe and
Chambliss Bank, showed the Star to today
day today a bunch of nine onions, all sia sia-mesetwined
mesetwined sia-mesetwined together. They were
raised by B. F. Stafford, two and a
half miles from town, on the Anthony
road, and they surely would look
beautiful stewed.
Mr. and Mrs. R.' E. Yonge, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Fred Cook returned
in the former's car from Jacksonville
last night. Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Lucas, who went with them to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to attend the meeting of the
Grand Chapter, O. E. S., went to Pa Palatka
latka Palatka where they attended the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Knights Templar.
Mrs. Robert Flinn who has been
quite sick for the, past five weeks, is
much improved and now able to sit
up a little each day. Mrs. Flinn is
now with Mrs. Galloway, who went to
Jacksonville last Saturda'y and
brought Mrs. Flinn back with her to
recuperate.
ruses Prevent Fires.
When an electric current flows
through u wire it makes the wire
warm, explains Popular Science. Dif Different
ferent Different materials resist the flow to dif different
ferent different extents and are accordingly
heated to different degrees. Fuse wire
is made of an alloy containing a large
proportion of leid, which gets very
warm when large currents pass
through it. Furthermore, since this
alloy melts easily, the current, if large
enough, may cause the fuse wire to
melt.
Wherever current is being consumed
in the house or factory, a piece of fuse
wire is put somewhere in the circuit.
If through accident or design too much
current should be used, the fuse wire
will melt, or, as Is usually described,
"blow." and stop the flow of current
before the ropper wire inside the walls
can heat up and set fire to the house.
The Telescope.
Tradition has it that about the be beginning
ginning beginning of the Seventeenth century on
Jaasen, a spectacle maker of Middle Middle-burg,
burg, Middle-burg, Holland, constructed a telescopt
ahout 16 inches in length, which he ex exhibited
hibited exhibited to Prince Maurice and the
Archduke Albert, who, appreciating th
importance of the discovery, paid him
a sun) of money to keep it concealed.
Another spectacle maker, Lippershej
made application iu 160S to the states
general for a patent for a telescope,
as also did Metius, a professor of matlf matlf-ematics,
ematics, matlf-ematics, but in the former instance, at
least, it was refused, as the apparatus
was already known. It seems certain
that the instrument was"1 known mor
or less about Europe, but the honor of
its invention usually is given to Galileo,
who was the first to describe the in instrument
strument instrument and exhibit it in complet
form In May. 1609.
Prices too low if you're selling; too
high if you're buying. A permanent
condition. 'Twas never otherwise.
HO SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
uain's at OCALA UNION STATION
i'he following scheduie figures pnb pnb-ii&hed
ii&hed pnb-ii&hed as information and not guar guar-nteed.
nteed. guar-nteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AW LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
i :20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 nm
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1.17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
.':15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
ioiam NYork-St Petrabre 1:35 am
.15 cm Tampa 2:15 jb
f -i ; ni Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm'
:tpn Tamra-Si Petr&brg 4:05pm
AIL ANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leavt Arrive
..27 am Jacksnriile-NTork 2:33..m
i:45pm Jksonviiie-Gainsviile 3:24 pm
i-Al&m Jksonville-Gansville 10:13pm
i 33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg -Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-'Wileox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pin
1:30 pm Homosasaa 1:25 pm
i0:15pm Leesbcrg 6:42ain
i :45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

a most wonaertul growth

EWEMTIMLIY

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

Cheese, per pound 24c
Swift's Brookfield Butter, per pound 43c
Swifts' Premium Bacon, per box 43c
Lemons, per dozen 25 C
New Irish Potatoes, per pound 05c
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, jl2 lb bag 75C
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 24 lb bag $1.50
1 lb can Army Corn Beef Hash 15c

SHOP WITH A
U SERVE

CANDIES
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 full line of Norris Candy
COURT PHARMACY
"The Drug Store on the Square"

The Gift Shop
Factory Distributors
Baldwin Ellington
MANUALO
V
Pianos & Players
harringtcn Hall Corner
OCALA FLORIDA
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BATTERY SERVICE
Having MR. WOMACK in charge of our Bat Battery
tery Battery business, we are equipped to give the best and
most expert service and advice to the users of all
makes of Storage Batteries. We sell the famous
WESTINGHOUSE BATTERY, which is backed by
18 months guarantee and Westinghouse quality.
Also recharge and repair all makes. No charge for
service battery, and satisfaction guaranteed.
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
PHONE 71

- t- .--i- r:-. rz-. KZ-- 'Z -'Z
Dancing at Silver Sprit gs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra. 20-2t
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
Giiropractie for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles, also for hedadiii
and high blood pressure. Dr. Kip Kiplinger,
linger, Kiplinger, Ocala House. 18-6t

since its organi- k

n taici uiau -X-
than twice the )SJ
BASKET AT THE
STORE!
& 'S Z&&
PICTURE FRAMING
Our picture framing department is
again open. r New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been pat in and 'we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
noice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tZ



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