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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA

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LOCAL NEWS
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WEATHER FORECAST GneraUj fair tonight and Wednesday
TEMPERATURES This morning. 68; tliia afternoon, 84.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, X922
Son Rises Tomorrow, 5:48; Seta, 7:02.
VOLUME TWEXTT.EIGHT. NO. SS
IMPAIR FRENCH IE TIRED
CLEANING UP CLA! ASSASSIMTIOI! OF
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PACIFISTS

People of Town and County Expected
To Turn Out in Full Force To
Give Them a Hearty
Greeting

The Jacksonville "All Florida" tour tourists,
ists, tourists, over 122 strong, will arrive in
Ocala tomorrow morning, and will be
greeted by the people of the city and
county. The visitors will be met at
the union station at 7:45 o'clock by
automobiles, which will carry on their
windshields a poster with the greet greeting:
ing: greeting: "Howd'y Jax! Let's Ride!" As
fast as the automobiles are filled the
Jacksonvillians will be whisked up
Magnolia street to the square, where
the cars will park on the courthouse
side and will discharge their passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, to be greeted by the people. Mayor
Peek has asked all of the people to
turn out to greet the "All Florida"
tourists.
lhe program will be as toiiows:
7:45 a. m. Ai iv-ti of train at the
union station.
Visitors will be taken in autos to
public squrre, -where Jacksonville
band will p'ay in the stand.
8 a. m. Get acquainted. Group of
Ocala girls will distribute souvenirs
among visitors.
Address of welcome by Mayor E.
G. Peek.
Response from Jacksonville.
Message from representative of
Marion County Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. 8:45 a. m. Anto 'rip thru residen residential
tial residential section of city, to golf links. Band
will remain to play in the stand.
9:15 a. Return to square,
thence to depot for- departure.
9:30 a. ni. Dv-pa: ure of train for
Leesburg.
The route to be taken for the auto
ride through the city will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: Oklawaha to Newberry, Fort
King to W. D. Cnrn's comer, to Fifth
street, to Newberry, to golf links, 8th
street to La'ie Wtir avenue, to Fifth
street, to Wenona street, to Fort King
avenue, o square. When the signal
is given to leave the square for the
auto trip, each car, as it is filled will
proceed without waiting for the
others.
It is suggested that all those who
do not accompany the visitors to the
train when they depart at 9:30 gather
at the old Coast Line depot on Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street, to wave a greeting to the
train as it oes out.
The young ladies who will distribute
souvenirs will be Misses Cornelia Do Do-zier,
zier, Do-zier, Christine Close, Clifton Sexton,
Hazel Lawson, Mildred Bullock, Alice
Cullen, Frances Stanley, Violet Jones,
Helen Newsom, Charlotte Chazal, Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Cullen, Annie MacKay, Nell Wal Wal-lis,
lis, Wal-lis, Elizabeth Wetherbee, Margaret
Hocker, Marion Carolyn Logan and
Janet Culverhouse.
Those who have promised cars will
please call at the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce this afternoon or first thing in
the morning for the posters for their
windshields. The Chamber of Com-
merce will be open by 7:
afternoon if possible.
50. Call this
THE PRESBYTERIAN MEETING
Good music and good singing were
certainly in evidence last night, also a
splendid audience and from present
indications some one will soon have to
occupy that front seat.
The audience was highly amused
when Mr. Leckemby began his ser sermon
mon sermon with the statement that there
was only one way to know a person.
That was to live with them, as they
say up in Maine, "winter and sum summer
mer summer 'em."
He then drew a wonderful picture
of our Savior Jesus Christ before the
bar of justice, in which not only the
angels in heaven but hi? enemies and
even the devil himself pronounced
him the Son of God.
Pastors and members from other
churches did us proud last night.
Even our choir and orchestra were
filled with some of Ocala's best and
while the writer was not at the morn morning
ing morning service. I understand that a num number
ber number of our bus;ne?s men were in the
line of duty.
Please do not forget to come at
7:45 tonight ?nd join in ur fifteen fifteen-minute
minute fifteen-minute song service.
Eric J. Cottier,
Clerk 'Board of Deacons.
RIVER BRAZOS ON A RAMPAGE
(Associated Press)
Fort Worth, Texas. April 25. A
boat picking up flood refugees from
housetops and trees capsized here to today.
day. today. Two women and a man are
known to have drowned. With reports
from previous drownings the death
list here now is seven.
The Farmers Supply Co. has just
received a shipment of regulation size
garbage cans. Price $1.50. 20-t6

1
Secretary of War Weeks Again Pleads j

For an Army of Reasonable
Strength
Washington, April 25. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The 115,000 enlisted
strength army bill passed by the
House provides for a military struc structure
ture structure below the safe minimum require requirements
ments requirements of the nation, Secretary Weeks
told the Senate appropriations com committee
mittee committee today in urging an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation for the next fiscal year to permit
a force of 12,000 officers and 150,000
men.
PROTECTION FOR SHINGLES
Restoration to the House tariff bill
of a duty of 50 cents per thousand on
shingles was asked of the Senate fi finance
nance finance committee today by twenty-five
senators of the republican agricultural
tariff block. Shingles are now on the
free list.
SEABOARD'S NEW EQUIPMENT
The Seaboard Air Line has been au authorized
thorized authorized by the commerce commission
to proceed with the purchase of new
rolling stock. The road will buy
twenty-five locomotives, 1800 freight
cars and rebuild 3000 cars-now in bad
order.
POLITICIANS PIFFLE WHILE THE
PEOPLE PAY
Consideration by the House military
committee in executive session of the
various offers for Muscle Shoals have
reached the stage where it appears
probable that none of the offers will
be recommended to the House in their
present form, it was said today on
good authority.
WATTS IS NOW WISER
W. O. Watts, special agent of the
department of justice, was removed
today for disloyalty to the department
after admission that he furnished to
Representative Johnson, republican, of
South Dakota, certain information on
which Johnson based his attack on the
department in a recent speech in the
House.
BUMS CAN NO LONGER
SEE THE BALL GAMES
(L. T. I.)
Under the active supervision of Mr.
J. G. Swaim, the ball park is acquir acquir-'ng
'ng acquir-'ng the best fence it ever possessed.
The fence is to be nine feet high
alnog the Orange street, south and
railroad sides. On the north along
the colored woman's property the
fence is to be lower and constructed
of the material salvaged from the old
fence. Mr. Swaim has agreed to build
this fence for the privilege of selling
the advertising space on it. Any
merchant who purchases a space on
this billboard will be getting four
months' advertising that will be seeu
by people from all over the county.
Swaim took a chance to help the base baseball
ball baseball management get a fence. Don't
let Swaim lose on his fence. Give
him an ad.
BRIDGES MOTOR CO. TAKES
HUDSON-ESSEX AGENCY
The Bridges Motor Company has
recently taken the agency for the
Hudson and Essex motor cars, the ter territory
ritory territory of the company including Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, Levy and Citrus counties. Since
this firm has been in business it has
been forging ahead and since taking
the agency for these popular cars the
management expects to place many
cars throughout these counties. Mr.
T. H. Sides of Jacksonville, of the
Bacon Motor Company, state distri distributor
butor distributor for the Hudson and Essex line,
was in town yesterday on business
with the Bridges Motor Company.
BASEBALL AT SUMMERFJELD
Editor Star: I give you below re
sults of baseball game between Lake
Weir ball club of Weirsdale, and
Summerfield, played at Summerfield
Saturday, April 24.
Team Runs Hits
Summerfield 02010130 184
Lake Weir ....054 201 12x 16 11
Summerfield
Batteries:
.020 101 301 8 4
Summerfield, Lucius,
Bowman, pitchers; Redding, Bowman,
Proctor and Lyvers, catchers; Lake
Weir, Marshall pitcher; Blair and
Reed, catchers.
Umpires: Davis of Summerfield and
Dr. Lytle of Weirsdale.
R. D. Douglas,
Mgr. Lake Weir B. B. Club.
Mr. John Z. Reardon, of the state
auditing department of the comptrol comptroller's
ler's comptroller's office at Tallahassee, is in the
city, checking up County Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent Shealys office. Mr. Reardon is
a son of Mr. John G. Reardon a for former
mer former prominent Ocala attorney, and
was born and grew to manhood in
Ocala. His friends are giving him a
cordial greeting.

Poincare SayaGermany and Russia

Must Comply or France Will Quit
the Genoa Powwow
the Genoa Powwow
London, April 25. (By Associated
Press). A Central News dispatch
from Genoa says upon reliable infor information
mation information that the French delegation re received
ceived received instructions today to insist at
the conference upon the terms con
tain in Premier Pomcare s speech
Monday. The message says the French
delegates declared they will press for
a 48-hour ultimatum to Russia or
break from the conference altogether.
Premier Poincare's speech created
consternation in conference circles.
BLOCKING RUSSIAN PROGRESS
Genoa, April 25. (By Associated
Press). Foreign Minister Tchitcherin
of Russia declared to the Associated
Press today that allied resistance to
the Russian principle of nationaliza
. , .i
ence. It is obvious, he said, "that!
the pnly serious obstacles to peace
with Russia and general reconstruc reconstruction
tion reconstruction are the pretentions of a few for former
mer former owners of property in Russia.
EASTLAKE
Eastlake, April 22.
Miss S J i
Rogers and Miss Eleanore Kathryn
Lee are spending the week end with
Dr. and. Mrs. James E .Klock at their
charming home, "Oaksmere," Weirs Weirsdale.
dale. Weirsdale. Miss Irene Dunham of Fort Myers,
who has been visiting her uncle, Mr.
James Knoblock and also assist assisting
ing assisting in the store, is now with Miss
Margaret Tamblyn at Tamblyn Inn.
Captain and Mrs. Norman Torrey,
who have been wintering in Mrs. H.
A. Fausett's cottage will leave Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for their home in Peabody,
Mass. They have recently purchased
two beautitul lots on rsew lork ave avenue,
nue, avenue, corner -of Palmetto street, and
are making plans to build a pretty
modern bungalow next year. Captain
and Mrs. Torrey have made a host of
friends during this their Urst visit to
Eastlake, and the news that they are
expecting to make this their perma permanent
nent permanent home is a great pleasuer to all.
Miss Eleanor Pedrick will leave
next week for her home in Lynn,
Mass. She has been in Mrs. Minnie
Reed's cottage on the Dixie Highway
since fall.
Mr. Frederick Whistlecroft, who has
been at "Rose Cottage" for the winter,
will leave in the early summer for
"Camp Eagle Point" near Rumney, N.
H., where he will assist Dr. Klock
during the summer. Dr. and Mrs.
Klock have maintained for a number
of years a large and most popular
camp for girls at this beautiful spot
in the White Mountains, and expect
this summer to entertain an unusually
large crowd of girls and young wom women.
en. women. Mrs. Whistlecroft and three chil children
dren children plan to remain in Eastlake until
fall.
John Gary, colored, who has been
working for the Eastlake Investment
Company, is now a guest of Sheriff
Thomas ,at the county jail, having
been arrested Friday afternoon for
the theft of a Buick five-passenger
car from Mr. 'Joe Yongue of Okla Oklawaha.
waha. Oklawaha. The car was taken from Mr.
Yongue's garage early Sunday morn
ing, and suspicion pointed to Gary
as the borrower. Sheriff Thomas vis
ited Eastlake Friday afternoon and
had no trouble in finding Gary, who
was working for the company. Gary
protested his innocence, declaring he
had bought the car, and showed a
sorry looking "bill of sale," which did
not convince the sheriff. The car was
found later near Ocala, and has been
hastily painted over to disguise it.
Sheriff Thomas came to Eastlake
again Saturday morning to make in inquiries
quiries inquiries among Gary's friends, and
heard many tales to discredit the fel fellow's
low's fellow's wild stories. Gary had been
heard to boast to several of his chums
that he would soon have a fine new
car, a Buick or a Dodge, he had not
decided which, though he had paid for
one of them, but he had been slow in
his payments so had been held up
about the car. As both Mr. Yongue,
employed on the A. C. L. railroad, and
his j-ounger brother have cars, one a
Buick and the other a Dodge, it is
evident Gary had been planning the
theft for some time.
The Lake County Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, always alive to opportunities,
has a representative in Ocala in the
person of Mr. W. C. Averitt, assist assistant
ant assistant secretary of that body, to meet
the Jacksonville "All-Florida" tour tourists
ists tourists who will arrive tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr. Averitt will accompany the
party on its special train to Leesburg
after they have viewed some of the
Marion county attractions.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

Authorities Joined by Many Feudists Officer in Command of Brigade Of
In Drive to Secure Law Regular Irish Republican Army
And Order Shot While His Hands
i Were Up
Manchester, Ky., April 25. (By1
Associated Press). Feudists of Clay; Dublin, April 25. (By Associated
county have joined hands with the Tress ). Brigadier General Adamson,
civil authorities to clean up the Mill commanding the Athlone Brigade of
Creek district following the action of ine IfcgUiar Irish republican army, was
Circuit Judge Johnson who, yester-! shot dead today near the headquar headquar-day,
day, headquar-day, issued warrants for the arrest irers of the indeepndent republican
of 200 residents of the mountain ter-1 forces in Athlone. An official com com-ritory.
ritory. com-ritory. 'munique says Gen. Adamson was re-
All persons in the Mill Creek terri- j turning to the barracks near the hotel
tory over twelve years of age will be j where mutinous troops have their
taken into custody by the posse in i headquarters. He was suddenly con con-Johnson's
Johnson's con-Johnson's drive to stop lawlessness fronted by armed men who ordered
in the mountains, the possemen comb- j him to throw up his hands. The gell gelling
ing gelling the hilis and bringing in prison-j craIT being alone, complied and while
ors. Many for whom warrants were; his arms -were raised his assailants
issued are voluntarily surrendering, deliberately fired upon him.
Others are planning: to leave the coun- j
ty and some intimated they won't j ANTI BLUE-LAW LEAGUE
co"ie,in- t CHALLENGES REFORMERS
Judge Johnson announced he would

clean up Mill Creek if it required the!
,
assistance of 1000 soldiers.

. j. Leaue cf American has chal chal-COAL
COAL chal-COAL STRIKE TO DATE i lenged several reform organizations
A SLOW PERFORMANCE I to debate the subject "That Sunday
j Blue Laws are American in Principle

Chicago. 111., April 25. (By the
Associated Press). With the coal
str'e m ne fourth week, a survey j

of thirteen states, including Pennsyl-, is to argue the negative side of the
vania, Alabama, Kentucky, Texas and j question.
most of the midwestern states, indi- j Letters inviting representatives of
cates that coal supplies for at least j the Lord's Day Alliance, the Interna Interna-sixty
sixty Interna-sixty days are on hand generally, j tional Reform Bureau and the South-

while stocks in several places were I ei n Methodist Sabbath Alliance to at at-expected
expected at-expected to last from ninety days toit?nd the convention have been sent by

four months.
Many of the larger factories and
public utilities reported the possess possession
ion possession of enough fuel to last well into
the summer, but in some states the
smaller towns and some independent
factories- were less amply provided,
although relief sufficient for emer
gencies was expected from non-union i
mines still in operation. Many Ken-
tucky mines were said to be working
day and night, and Alabama produc production
tion production was described as near noi"l.
Tonridt-nce rather than anxiety, so
far as the fuel supply is concerned,
was the rule in all states from which
repoi ts were received..
Little unusual demand was evident; j
in some cases dealers declared that
there "will be no market," or that
they had more than enough coal on
hand. Prices generally are static.
Operators and dealers announced,
however, that there would be no sum summer
mer summer reductions, with the striking ex exception
ception exception of the Alabama district,
where it wes stated that summer
prices would be thirty per cent lower
than last year. j
EAST COAST WILL
RELAPSE IN ANARCHY
If Citizens Do Not Rise Up and Put
An End to Such Outrages
(Associated Press)
Fcrt Lauderdale. April 25
Bowsman. a merchant of Deerfield,
near here, was kidnapped last night by
three men, taken to Deerfield Beach
and severely beaten after his captors
accused him of stealing fifty cases of
liquor smuggled in from Bimini and
concealed near his place. Warrants
have been issued for the arrest of his
assailants.
Mr. H. G. Shealy entertained his
Sunday school class of girls of the
Baptist church Saturday with a picnic
at Halcvon Terrace on Lake Weir.
The nartv assembled about 1 eleven j
o'clock and left for the lake in cars,
Halcvon Terrace, the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Garv, is an ideal place to
picnic and as soon as the party arriv
ed lunch was spread on the terrace
RrH nnraV-en of with relish.
After the lunch swimming was in
order and then a boat ride, nnd in
rtt.Ar -cv th fWnnnn was passed.
and all too ouicklv it was time to re
turn home. About five o'clock in the
afternoon ice cream and cake were

served and as dark came on the tired j uavis. Meua ump, ume vnazai,
but happy young folks started forjoise Henry. Mabel Meffert and the
home. There were about ten members ; hortess. Mrs. Edmund Martin.
of the class, accompanied by Mr. and ;
Mrs. Shealy and Mrs. Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford D. Fausett are
j mighty proud over the arrival of a
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood and Mrs. j fin. 8 -pound boy at their home on
W. T. Garv motored to Gainesville West Broadway this morning. As

vesterdav to attend the reciprocity I
meet'nsr of the GHnesville' Woman's!

Club. Mrs. Hood as president, repre-j"n trie storK express, ne wm tane oo oo-sented
sented oo-sented the Ocala Woman's Club and : serrations and probably maVe some
gave an accour.t of the work accom-; r--rk's. Mr. and Mrs. Fausett are
plished by thi? organization during two of our best young people, and the
the past year. Mrs. Gary as treasury j Star joins their other friends in good
of the Florida Federation of Woman's i wishes for their boy. It also congrat-

Club made a report. The meeting
was rot only interesting but the so social
cial social feature pre ved very pleasant. The
visitors from the different clubs were
entertained at a beautifully appointed j
luncheon at the club house. i

Si. Louis, Mo, April 24. (By the

! Associated Press). The Anti Blue-
'and Christian in Character," at the.
convention here June 23, 24 and 25,
of the Anti Blue Law League, which
F. C. Dailey, national executive sec-otPi-y
of the league. Copies of the
letters have been addressed to Rev.
Harry L. Bowbly, secretary of the
Lord's Day Alliance. New York; Rev.
WPbur F. Crafts, superintendent of
'V I:.: --national Reform Bureau,
Washington, and North W. Cooper,
Nashville. Tenn., representing the
Sou: i.e. n Methodist Sabbath Alliance.
v ha ik nee to affirm the question
at debate is included in the letter,
'-fci.-h for-tains a declaration that the
t't-aos ni the. league will disband the
organization if the majority of the
people hearing the debate side with
the reform organizations. The letter,
i.owev.-; spates that if the negative
aide of ine debate should be upheld,
the reform organizations should cease
their activities for further Sunday
closing legislation.
"Th? time has come," the letter
adds, "to squarely define the issue
for the citizens of the United States.
Vi'c will have eminent clergymen, au
thors, scientists, inventors, artists and
statesmen argue the negative side of
the question. These persons are all
i members of the league.
, movement "of the blue law advocates
jwas gaining ground rapidly in sev-
I fral states' a"d that Sunday closing

j ia s are penamg oeiore me legisia legisia-'tvfres
'tvfres legisia-'tvfres of seven states,
j Crawford H. Ellis of New Orleans
' is president of the league which
F. clr'ms to have several hundred thou-

i s?nd members, including
prominent
persons in all parts of the country.
Tl 3 lec .ie is nation-wide organiza organization
tion organization to oppose and prevent passage of
local, state or national blue laws.
Th? "A" Club held its regular week weekly
ly weekly meeting last night with Mrs. Ed Ed-mird
mird Ed-mird Ma-tin as hostess. A departure
was made in the regular entertain entertainment
ment entertainment as two new members were taken
ir:to the club and the initiation of
these furnished "the entertainment for
the members. Mrs. W. M. Palmer
: nd Mrs. Edmund Martin were added
j to the membership. The new members
were "rut through their paces," so to
speak and after an evening of much
! excitement and merriment, the club
members repaired to the home of
! Mr." and Mrs. W. W. Harriss, where
i Mrs. Martin served refreshments.
1 i lose nresent at the meeting were
I Mrs. A. M. Withers, Mrs. R. L. An-
rson Jr.. Mrs. H. C. Nichols, Mrs,
i W. M. Palmer, Mrs. Albert Harriss,
i Misses -Ava Lee Edwards, Elizabeth
I -w-v r- i it ,n 1
soon as the young man has slept off
the weariness caused by his long ride
' r I J r-
who it suspects of being as proud of
the kid as his parents.
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES at THE
BOOK SHOP. 25-3t

Airboat Which Left Key West For
Nassau Hasn't So Far Been
Heard Of

Key West, April 25. (By Associat Associated
ed Associated Press). The commercial seaplane
Santa Maria which left here yesterday
morning for Nassau has not arrived at
its destination and naval seaplanes of
the Atlantic squadron left here this
morning to search for the missing
plane. On board the plane were Pilots
Musick and Richardson, Mechanic
Roderick, Dr. Eugene Lowe, Pharma Pharmacist
cist Pharmacist Leslie Curry and a woman pas passengers
sengers passengers from Havana whose name has
not been learned. It is hoped here that
on account of the high winds the
Santa Maria anchored at the shoals off
Andros Island. The seaplane was be being
ing being prepared for a flight to New York
and had plenty of food, spare merchan merchan-ical
ical merchan-ical parts, etc, aboard.
COMMENCEMENT SERMON
OF CITRA SCHOOL
Citra, April 22. The commence commencement
ment commencement sermon of the Citra school will
be delivered Sunday, April 30th, at 11
a. m., at the Citra Methodist church
by Rev. A. M. Mann.- The commence commencement
ment commencement exercises of the Citra high
school will be given on Friday, May
5th, at 8 p. m., at the high school au auditorium.
ditorium. auditorium. Dr. W. G. Dodd, dean of
the college of arts and sciences of the
Florida State College will deliver the
address to the graduates.
DIAMOND DOPE
(L. T. I.)
Norman Horne was arsenic yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon. He was throwing
them over for the boys to hit. Taylor
told him to put something on the
pill and from that time on the catcher
handled almost every ball until Nor Norman
man Norman left the box.- Norman has a wick
ed hook and his fast one is as full of
hope as a Texas jack rabbit.
Overstreet arrived yesterday to try
out for the team. Overstreet is a
catcher "aridif he makes "good our
friend Harry Wood will play outfield.
The management wants Harry in the
outfield in order that he may hit even
better than hedid last year, but it is
going to be mighty hard to beat
Harry behind the bat. Overstreet will
have to show big league style to beat
Harry as a back stop.
Frank Harris was out yesterday
and batted left-handed. Several of
his long drives interferred with
Swaim and his crew of fence builders.
The new uniforms have been order
ed. The tailor came out to the park
yesterday afternoon to take the boys'
measures. They are going to have
suits that fit this year.
Money is sure slow coming in.
Only $1000 has been raised so far.
Can't you fans kick in better than
that? The list at the Court Pharm
acy grows slower than a century
plant. Joe Borden started it off with
a nice subscription but some of the
rest of you guys are not doing your
part. Go by the Court Pharmacy and
leave a five-spot or "two with Holmes
towards the support of your team.
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL HAS
ITS NEW HYMNBOOKS
The superintendent, teachers and
pupils of the Industrial School were
much pleased to receive their new
hymnbooks in time for last Sunday's
Sunday school. Rev. Trout of the
Christian church led the service, which
was a pleasant and edifying one for
the little congregation.
The books were ordered thru the
medium of Rev. C. L. Collins from the
Hope Publishing Company of Chicago
This firm was generous to the school
The amount raised for the books was
$27.50, and for this it sent sixty-two
books and paid the express. They are
nice books, containing all the Sunday
school hymns in current use and the
patriotic songs usually sung at 'public
meetings. The books are well printed
and in strong, handsome bindings.
The Star is sure that all who con
tributed to this good work will be glad
to know this money has been so well
used.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C Stubblefield, aft after
er after a two weeks visit with Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Wilson, left Saturday for
Moultrie, Ga., where they will be for
some weeks. Mrs. Steele, who has also
been here for a visit with Mrs. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, has returned home.
Sirs. William E. Tonner of Steuben Steuben-ville,
ville, Steuben-ville, Ohio, who has been the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for her home. It is the custom
of Mrs. Tonner to spend her winters
in St. Petersburg and en route home
she stopped in Ocala for a short visit
with her niece, Mrs. Borland.

Trying to Wrest the Senatorial Toga
From Its Present Wearer,
Park Trammel

Jacksonville, April 25. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The announcement of
former Governor Albert W. Gilchrist
that he would run for the senatorial
npmination in the primary against
Senator Park Trammell was received
here with surprise. Mr. Gilchrist made
his decision here yesterday in confer conference
ence conference with friends and personally tele telephoned
phoned telephoned the Tampa Tribune at Tampa
about midnight he would run.
Mr. Gilchrist has been here for sev
eral days conferring with his advisers
and it was intimated in several quar
ters he was considering running but
the announcement, made public first
in Tampa, was a bolt from a clear sky.
A he former governor is expected to'
begin his campaign immediately.
PREPARING HIS PLATFORM
Mr. Gilchrist was busy in his hotel
here today working on his platform
which he will make public as soon as
completed.
HADN'T CAPTURED
THE RIGHT MAN
(Associated Press
Jacksonville, April 25 Units of the
National Guard on duty at the Duval
county jail for several days as a pre precaution
caution precaution against possible mob violence
against the seven negroes held in con
nection with an attack on a white
woman last week, were withdrawn last
night and the negroes released. The
woman visited the jail yesterday but
failed to identify her assailant.
FLORIDA FERTILIZER RATES
Tallahassee, April 25 The railroad
commission of Florida, with its coun counsel
sel counsel and rate expert, will be represent
ed on April 27th in Atlanta where the
Interstate Commerce Commission will
hear the complaint of the Blackshear
Fertlizer Company of Blackshear, Ga.
In this case the Blackshear Fertili
zer Company complains that the rates
of the .Atlantic Coast Line .and its
connections on fertilizer from 'Black 'Black-shear,
shear, 'Black-shear, Ga., to points in the state of
Florida are unjust and unreasonable
in' and of themselves, and in violation
of the act to regulate commerce, ap
proved Feb. 4, 1887, and acts amenda amendatory
tory amendatory thereof and supplementary there
to.
It is further alleged that the rates
on fertilizer on intrastate traffic from
Jacksonville to Florida' points give un
due and unreasonable preference and
advantage to the city of Jacksonville,
nd subjects the complainant and the
town of Blackshear, Ga., and the traf
fic moving therefrom to undue and un
reasonable prejudice and disadvant- x
age, in violation of the act to regulate
commerce.
It will readily be seen that this case
involves in some degree the so-called
Shreveport principle. In the Shreve Shreve-port
port Shreve-port case it was alleged that the
Texas intrastate rates give undue and
unreasonable preference and advant
age to the shippers of Texas as
against the interstate rates of the car
riers from Shreveport, La., to Texas
points. In this case the commission
found the preference and advantage
to exist as alleged, and ordered the
removal of the discrimination, which
was accomplished by increasing the
Texas intrastate rates.
Similar action in the Blackshear
case would materially increase all
rates on fertilizer in the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and for that reason the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners are attending this hearing for
the purpose of showing that the inter interstate
state interstate rates on fertilizer are too high.
The outcome of this case will be of
considerable importance' to the ferti fertilizer
lizer fertilizer manufacturers and users of this
state.
LACOTA
Lacota, April 2-L A protracted
meeting began here Friday night,
April 21. Services are being conduct conducted
ed conducted by Rev. J. O. Barnes. Services and
dinner on the grounds Sunday, April
30th, at the Church of Christ. Every Everybody
body Everybody invited to come and bring their
friends and well filled baskets.
Mr. James Kelly accompanied Miss
MaTy Core to the party at the home of
J. B. Gore Jr. last Monday night.
'Mr. Oliver Sewell and cousin Mrs.
Bonnie Mason, attended the party last
Monday night at the home of J. B.
Gore Jr.
Mr. W. A. Yarbrough of Gourd Neck
accompanied Mrs. Albritton to church
Saturday night.
: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McDonald an!
little son Elmer, have moved to La Lacota,
cota, Lacota, and are now at the home of Mr.
John Gorer but intend to build their
own house next fall.
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French goods, machinery, etc., carried
off by Germans during the world war,
and enough German material to make
up the deficiency and the indemnity,

and finally to not only take possession
of all German territory to the Rhine,
bat drive the Germans out of it and
replace them with French who lost

their homes during the war. This

ind of tall may shock pacifists, but

it is probably the only thing that will

prevent Germany from starting an

other war a soon as able a war that

will not only devastate France, but
draw all the rest of the world into it.

When you have strong reason to be-

ieve a man is preparing to burn your

house, kill you and ruin your family,

and the law won't protect you, it's

your best policy to either kill him or

cripple him for life.

A San Francisco preacher who is

going blind is starting to walk to

Washington to meet President Hard

ing. He wants to see a president be before
fore before he loses his sight. We can think

of several things which he will prob

ably see along the way that he will
find more exciting than a look at the

president. He might come by way of

Miami, for example, and spend an

hour at the beach. Miami Herald

What's the use of his going to such

an out of the way place as Miami?

A summer Sunday afternoon at Sil

ver Springs will give him eyefulls

enough for the dark room of his mind

to develop during the remainder of

his days.

DUNNELLON

Dunnellon,. April 22. The high
school play, "Mrs. Briggs of the Poul Poultry
try Poultry Yard," presented by the sopho sophomore
more sophomore class was a success and much
enjoyed.

The churches of Dunnellon

ANNUAL SPRING DINNER
OF THE GRIDIRON CLUB

(Associated Press)
Washington, April 24. The Grid Gridiron
iron Gridiron Club took the approaching politi political
cal political campaign for the theme of the

were! frolic at its annual soring dinner Sat-

w 1

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ber of board of county commissioners,
county surveyor, registration officer.

constable and justice of the peace, $5
all state and national officers, $10.

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week) tiame rates as Weekly ttar.

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

I of nrlmarv election.

Readers for insertion will be charged

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The editor of the Tampa Times is

respectfully informed that there is

no closed season for wastebaskets.

Mr. E. B. Weathers desires re-elec

tion as county commissioner from
District Two. Ed has made a good
commissioner, and it would be hard

work to find a better one.

Why worry about "jazz"? Babies

have been singing it for ages. St,

Augustine Record.

It's fine when they sing it. But it

sure does jazz people up when they
howl it.

beautifully decorated for Easter. Im- unjay nignt an(j f or three hundred

pressive sermons were aenverea ai cdd guests provided fun at the ex-

the Presbyterian and Methodist

churches. The musical programs were

especially good and very much -enjoyed
by large congregations.

Mrs. Andrew Goodyear left Tues

day for a visit with her mother and

father, Mr. and Mrs Clark of Palatka.

Mr. Burt Anderson of the Univers

ity of Florida, was home for Easter

with his mother and father, Mr. and

Mrs. W. B. Anderson.

Mrs. J. A. Grumbles and daughters

motored to Anthony Sunday after

noon.
A ten-day meeting starts at the
Baptist church Wednesday night.
Dr. and Mrs. Holden of Jacksonville
spent a few days with Dr. J. F. Curry
and enjoyed fishing on the gulf.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Chandler return returned
ed returned Saturday from their trip to North

Carolina and Virginia, where they
have been for the past week on busi

ness and pleasure.

Mr. Will rung oi palatka was in

town Sunday for a few hours on his i f

pense of public men and affairs.

President Harding, Vice President
Ccolidge, all the members of the cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, Speaker Gillett, many members
of both houses of Congress, the dip-
lomatic corps, owners and editors of
newspapers and many other promi-;
rent in business, financial and pro-;
fessional life sat at the guest tables
and enjoyed the fun.
When the dinner bell rang in old- i

fashioned style, President Harding j
escorted by James P. Hornaday, the
new president of the club and Wash- j

ington correspondent of the Indianap-'
olis News, led the procession into the j
banquet hall.
Former Judge Landis was introduc-;
ed with an appropriate parody on an
old song, "Take me out to the ball j
game." Judge Landis explained that
a contrivance around his neck was a :
hot water bottle which he always car-
ried for use "in case the fellows who
are rjavinc me mv salary eret cold

We hope the next invention will be

a machine that will print and fold a

newspaper so its reader can open it

without its er intestines falling

out.

GROWTH OF DAIRYING

vay to St. Petersburg

The members of the Eastern Star
had their regular meeting last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. Besides quite a bit of

business being transacted, a good so social
cial social time was had by all who attended.
Mrs. W. B. Anderson was a visitor
to Floral City last Thursday, the
guest of Mrs. G. P. Allen.

Mr. C. W. Hunter has announced
that he will be a candidate for re reelection
election reelection to the house of representa representatives.
tives. representatives. He is in group two, which puts
him in opposition to Mr. Frederick
Hocker. Both these gentlemen are
live, wires, and we may expect some
interesting campaigning.

All contracts for Arbuckle films
have been ordered cancelled by Direc Director
tor Director Hays, which seems to leave "fat "fatty"
ty" "fatty" without a job. He might go to
work making all those films into cel celluloid
luloid celluloid collars. Miami Herald.
Mighty slender demand for cellu celluloid
loid celluloid collars these days.- Fatty would
never be aile to give another dinner.

Gen. Gilchrist is being urged by a
number of his friends to enter the
senatorial race against Senator Tram Tram-mell.
mell. Tram-mell. Gen. Gilchrist is a mighty fine
old man, well endowed with good,

sound sense. The Star has been one!

of his friends for twenty years.
Therefore, it isn't going to advise
him to enter the race. It hates to
see him beaten. (P. S. Dispatches
inform us we wrote this too late.)
It's the Star's opinion that the great
majority of our business men as well
as their clerks will be glad to have the
Thursday half holiday begin early this
year. In addition to those quoted
Saturday, the Star has obtained the
approval of the following to begin
closing on the first Thursday in May,
provided others do: H. A. Waterman,
M. M. Little, B. Goldman, F. G. B.

Weihe, John Bowden s seed store,
Miss Rena Smith and the Marion
Hardware Company. In fact, the

merchants agree to the early half
holiday about as fast as the Star

tells them about it. Most of our pro

gressive cities are beginning their
weekly half holidays in the spring

instead of in the summer.

An exchange says: Dairying dur during
ing during the past ten years has made won wonderful
derful wonderful progress. Dairy herds have re reclaimed
claimed reclaimed the abandoned farms of the

New England states and put them on
a paying basis; lands that had grown
unprofitable under crop farming have
been made into revenue producers un under
der under intelligent dairying.
In the western states, where atten attention
tion attention has been given almost wholly to
corn and wheat and the beef cattle
industry, the tide is also turning and
many valuable dairy farms are being
developed. Even in the "Bad Lands"
of the Dakotas, dairy herds are being

made to pay, while they are building I

up what was considered formerly as

worthless lands.

But it is in Florida that the greater

field of promise is now opening up to

the dairyman. But little attention
has been given to dairying in the past,

due to the presumption that milk-producing
feeds could not eb successfully
grown in this state. This supposition

no longer holds good. It is now

shown that carpet grass, which flour

ishes in the open woods, is rich in pro

tein and that many of the crops that

grow luxuriantly here, such as velvet

beans, cowpeas, the various canes,

etc., made an excellent -cured beef for
the few months that the pastures do
not provide sufficient bulk feed.

Prices of butterfat in Florida run

higher than the Chicago market. Men
who are familiar with conditions in
the New England states, say that a
pound of buterfat can be produced

cheaper in Florida, averaging the

year, than in this northern section.

Inasmuch as dairying is very profi profitable
table profitable in the north, it must be doubly
so in Florida. During March, the

Jacksonville market averaged about

four cents higher than the Chicago
market, and this would give the milk
producer nine cents above the pro producer
ducer producer in Indiana or Illinois. Yet we

are told that the dairy products ship

ped into Florida last year amounted

to about $16,000,000.

Cold storage and milk condensery

will help keep this $16,000,000 in
Florida, and help develop Florida

lands.

It's the Star's opinion that the best

way to prevent future wars will be
for France to raid Germany, and give
that country a good, old-fashioned
whipping, right now while the whip whipping
ping whipping is good, take possession of all

UNCLE -HANK

There's a lot of young fellers who

seem to think that a marriage certlfi

cate is a secret of bow to pull a live

rabbit out tf aa empty hat.

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

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star April 25, 1902)
Mrs. C. T. Howard and granddaugh

ter Miss Sophie Howard, of Graham-

vine, spent yesterday in the city.

Mrs. Pearl Mason charmingly en

tertained the married ladies' whist
club yesterday afternoon at the hos hospitable
pitable hospitable home of her mother.

Mr. W. K. Zewadski left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Gainesville to visit his son,

who is attending the seminary.

Andrew J. Turner, the stockman
from Dunnellon, was in the city to

day.

T. E. Bridges, state agent for con convicts,
victs, convicts, went to Holder today with ten
convicts from Fernandina and Jack

sonville.
Governor Jennings and family, ac

ccmpanied by Senator B. E. McLin
passed through today en route to
Brooksville, where the governor will
present the diplomas to the high
school graduates at commencement to torn
rn torn ororw.

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XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 25, 1912)
A. Austin Miller and Gibbs Chest Chestnut
nut Chestnut of the Follies Club are at the
Ocala House.

Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an execution of date the
27th day of March 1922, issued by the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, upon a judgment entered in said
court in a certain cause therein pend pending
ing pending in which Perfection Canopy Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and
J. W. Prater was defendant, which
judgment is recorded in Judgment
P.ook P, page 585, of the public records
of Marion county, Florida, I have levied
upon and will sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash at
the west door of the Marion county
court house, in Ocala, Florida, during
the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, May 1st, 1922,
the following described land, to-wit:
Lot number 428, situated in the
town of Dunnellon, and more par particularly
ticularly particularly described by a map or
plat of said town now on file in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Marion county, Florida.
Said sale will be made to satisfy the
amount due on said execution and the
costs of sale.
S. C. M. THOMAS.
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
Mar 28 Apr 4 11 18 25

Between each course of the menu
a one-minute skit was presented. One

of these was the discovery of an ex-;
plosive bomb, which, when opened, j
proved to be the bonus bill. Another j
centered upon George Harvey, am-;
bassador to Great Britain, imperson- i
ated by a club member, who demand- j
ed an opportunity to make a speech, j
"President Harding," remarked ;
President Hornaday, "is perfectly i
willing to let George make all the j
speeches he wants at a Gridiron din- j

ner, for reporters are never present, i

Rip Van Winkle appeared and was

awakened from his sleep with great j

difficulty.

"Has the Fordney tariff bill passed j

the Senate?" he asked. j

"No," was the reply. ;
"Well," he remarked yawning, "I j
might as well go to sleep again for i
another twenty years."

There was a laugh when omission
of any reference to the coal strike
made the subject of an inquiry.
"Well," explained a member, "we
always have a dinner in April and at
the April dinner we always have a

coal strike skit. It has become such j
a chestnut that this year we cut it j
out." j
Letters were read which had been i
received in answer to this advertise advertisement:
ment: advertisement: "Wanted. A leader for the I
republican party in Congress. Ex- :
perience unnecessary. Address the
Gridiron Club, Washington, D. C." j
Wilbur Glenn Voliva, successor to j
Alexander Dowie, was alleged to have j
written: "I have proved that the j
earth is flat with a solid dome. So

:s tne republican party, win take;
leadership." Charlie Chaplin suggest- j

ed his availability as a distributor of

pie. Henry Ford offered his services

because, as his letter asserted, "I am
an expert on rattles."

Elmer Dover, assistant secretary
of the treasury, was presented with
the axe which Adlai Stevenson made
famous, the presentation being made
by a delegation in Indian costume.
"Take it, Paleface," said the bear bearer
er bearer of the axe, "and may the Great
White Father glory in your nerve."
As the theme of the dinner was the
approaching political campaign, the
presence of Chairman Adams and
Chairman Hull gave additional" zest
to the jolts impartially given both
parties. The political skit was a com combination
bination combination of songs and dialogue, pre presented
sented presented by- club members seated
around a stove in the "Squash Center
Cash Grocery."

"When the women really begin to j
vote," remarked one of the farmers, i
with tears in his voice, "we will have J
to buy all of our tobacco from a :
bootlegger.
A song deploring the retention of
the democratic postmaster and tear-1

fully pleading "for the jobs that we :

are needing," was sung with much
spirit. Several pertinent or imper impertinent
tinent impertinent inquiries were referred to the
man in the moon.
"Why the man in the moon?" some
one asked.

"Well," was the reply, "as Presi-:
dent Harding passes the buck to Con- J
gress and Congress passes the buck
to President Harding, we have to j
pass the buck to the man in the
moon."
Congress was dealt with in a paro-!
dy on the old song, "O, dear, what j
can the matter be?" i

BIDS WANTED

The board of county commissioners
of Marion county, Florida, will receive
bids until 12 o'clock m. on May 2nd,
1922, at the office of the clerk, for
stumping of the Orange Springs and
Silver Springs road, beginning at the
southeast corner of W. J. Wilson's

; nasture and runninsr north to a Doint

Stfu;! A: o-.iey Edwin W. Davis re-j jne-half mile south of Bay Lake sta sta-taracd
taracd sta-taracd list nigr : f:; r.i Brooksville, vion, approximately 3 miles. Said

wh he hes bt-tn aUani ng court.
"Iir3. I'. A. Cxaier will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Chicago, her former home,
where she will spend the summer.
Mr. W. T. Mcllwain is now conduc conductor
tor conductor on the passenger train running
fiom Lakeland to Waycross on the
west coast division.

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

oad to be stumoed 40 feet wide. The

board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
This April 17th, 1922.
T. D. Lancaster, Jr.,
4-18-Tues-18-25-2 Clerk.

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ELEANOR H. PORTER
nmSTRATIONS BY
RJi.LTVTNGSTONE.
(Copyright by ELEANOR H. PORTER)

PREFACE
Which Explains Things.
Father calls me Mary. Mother callsy
me Marie. Everybody else calls me
Mary Marie. The rest of my name 19
Anderson.
I'm thirteen years old, and I'm a
cross-current and a contradiction. That
la, Sarah says I'm that. (Sarah Is my
old nurse.) She says she read it once
-that the children of unllkes were al
ways a cross-current and a contradic contradiction.
tion. contradiction. And my father and mother are
unllkes. and Tm the children. That
Is, I'm the child. I'm all there is. And
now I'm going to be a bigger cross crosscurrent
current crosscurrent and contradiction than ever,
for Tm going to live half the time with
Mother and the other half with Father.
Mother will go to Boston to live, and
Father will stay here a divorce, you
know.
Fm terribly excited over it. None of
the other girls have got a divorce in
their families, and I always did like to
be different Besides, it ought to be
awfully Interesting, more so than just
living along, common, with your father
and mother in the same house all the
time- especially if It's been anything
like my house with my father and
mother in it I
That's why I've decided to make a
book of it that is. it really will be a
book, only I shall have to call It a
diary, on account of Father, you know.
Won't it be funny when I don't have to
do things on account of Father? And
I won't, of course, the six months I'm
living with Mother in Boston. But,
oh, my I the six months I'm living
here with him whewl But, then, I
can stand it. I may even like it
some. Anyhow, It'll be different. And
that's something.
Well, about making this Into a book.
As I started to say, he wouldn't let
me. I know he wouldn't He says
novels are a silly waste of time, If not
absolutely wicked. But, a diary oh,
he loves diaries. He keeps one him himself,
self, himself, and he told me it would be an ex-
aaI I aw atii4 Inafwn rn a r t-l r t -Prw
me to do it, tooset down the weather
and what I did every day.
The weather and what I did every
day, indeed! Lovely reading that
would make, wouldn't It? Like this :
"The sun shines this morning. I i
got up, ate my breakfast, went to i
school, came home, ate my dinner, I
played one hour over to Carrie Hey-1
wood's, practiced on the piano one
hour, studied another hour. Talked
with Mother upstairs In her room about
the sunset and the snow on the trees.
Ate my supper. Was talked to by
Father down In the library ibout Im Improving
proving Improving myself and taking care not to
be light-minded and frivolous. (He
meant like Mother, only he didn't say
It right out loud. You don't have to
say some things right out in plain
words, you know.) Then I went to bed."
Just as if I was going to write my
novel like that Not much. I am. But
I shall call it a diary. Oh, yes, I shall
call it a diary till I take It to be
printed. Then I shall give It its true
name a novel. And I'm going to tell
the printer that I've left It to him to
make the spelling right, and put In all
those tiresome little commas and
periods and question marks that every everybody
body everybody seems to make such a fuss about.
If I write the story part, I can't be ex expected
pected expected to be bothered with looking up
how words are spelt, every five min minutes,
utes, minutes, nor fussing over putting In a
whole lot of foolish little dots and
dashes.
As If anybody who was reading the
story cared for that part I The story's
the thing.
I love stories. I've written lots of
them for the girls, too Utile short
ones, I mean ; not a long one like this
la going to be, of course. And It'll
be so exciting to be living a story in
stead of reading it only when you're
living a story you can't peek over to
the back to see how It's all coming out.
I shant like that part. Still, It may be
all the more exciting, after all, not to
know what's coming.
I like love stories the best Father's
got oh, lots of books in the library,
and I've read stacks of them, even
some of the stupid old histories and
biographies. I had to read them when
there wasn't anything else to read.
But there weren't many love stories.
Mother's got a few, though lovely
ones and some books of poetry, on
the little shelf in her room. But I
read all those ages ago.
That's why I'm so thrilled over this
new one the one I'm living, I mean.
For of course this will be a love story.
Therell be my love story in two or
three years, when I grow up, and
while I'm waiting there's Father's and
Mother's.
Nurse Sarah says that when you're
divorced you're free Just like you were
before you were married, and that
sometimes they marry again. That
made me think right away: what if
Father or Mother, or both of them.
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marrled again? And I should be there
to see It. and the courtine. and all!
Wouldn't that be some love story?
Well, I just guess
And only think how all the girls!
would envy me-and they just living!
along their humdrum, everyday exist existence
ence existence with fathers and mothers already
married and living together, and noth-
lng exciting to look forward to.
rvi
really, you know, when you come right ;
down to It, there aren't many girls that i
have got the chance I've got. ;
And so that's why I've decided to I
write it into a book
Oh. yes, I know
And

So That's Why I've Decided to you ever feel like a green worm crawl crawl-Write
Write crawl-Write It Into a Book. j lng on the ground? It's not a pleasant
I feeliner at all.

Pm vniiTt nn 1 tt i-Vt 1 t"ivm )ii T foal 1
woman Is as old as 'she feels. Besides, i

Nurse Sarah says I am old for my age, ; I v whele his fatner had been Iresldent Iresldent-and
and Iresldent-and that it's no wonder, the kind of 6aI(L tbey J d lftal a ,ot' B i His father had just died a few months
a life Tve lived i couldn 1 settle Nurse sald tnat tnat before, and Nurse said maybe that was
. . ; was about the first thing that showed -onH ,.,,.,, whv Fnther irot cautrht in
And maybe that Is so. For of course ,w,. .i.. i one leason vainer got laui in

It has been different, living with a I
father and mother that are getting i-
ready to be divorced, from what it
would have been living with the loving,
says it's a shame and a pity, and that
It's the children that always suffer.
But I'm not suffering not a mite. I'm
Just enjoying It. It's so exciting.
Of course If I was going to lose
either one, It would be different But
I'm not, for I am to live with Mother
six months, then with Father.
So I still have them both. And,
really, when you come right down to
it, I'd rather take them separate that
way. Why. separate they're Just per perfectly
fectly perfectly all right, like that that what-do-you-call-lt
powder? sedlltzer, or
something like that. Anyhow, it's that
white powder that you mix In two
glasses, and that looks Just like water
till you put them together. And then,
oh, my such a fuss and fizz and splut splutter!
ter! splutter! Well, It's that way with Father
and Mother. It'll be lots easier to take
them separate, I know. For now I can
be Mary six months, then Marie six
months, and not try to be them both all
at once, with maybe only five minutes
between them.
And I think I shall love both Father
and Mother better separate, too. Of
course I love Mother, and I know I'd
Just adore Father If he'd let me he's
so tall and fine and splendid, when
he's out among folks. All the girls are
simply crazy over him. And I am, too.
Only, at home well. It's hard to be
Mary always. And you see, he named
me Mary
But I mustn't tell that here. That's
part of the story, and this Is only the
Preface. I'm going to begin It to-morrow
the real story Chapter One,
But there I mustn't call it a
"chapter" out loud. Diaries don't
have chapters, and this is a diary. I
mustn't forget that It's a diary. But
I can write it down as a chapter, for
It's going to be a novel, after It's got
done being a diary.
CHAPTER I
I Am Born
The sun was slowly setting In the
west, casting golden beams of light In Into
to Into the somber old room.
That's the way it ought to begin, I
know, and I'd like to do It, but I can't
i Tm beginning with my being born, of
course, and Nurse Sarah says the sun
wasn't shining at all. It was night and
the stars were out. She remembers
particularly about the stars, for Father
was in thi observatory, and couldn't
be disturbed. (We never disturb
Father when he's there, you know.)
And so he diunt even Sinow he had a
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d.inghtCT until the m-xt morning L-jn

I fce came out to breakfast. And be ;
iaie 10 mui, ior ne sa'ptu iu ii. r
down something he had ftmud out
about one of the consternations in the
night,
He's always finding out something
about those old stars just when we
i want him to pay attention to some
thing else. And, oh. l rorgot to say
that I know It Is "constellation," and

not "consternation." But I used to!"1 lums 1 uugm iu .nuw. auu i
call them that when I was a little girl. told her so sveetly and pleasantly.
fnfhor bo? it uu n cr(A natnaibut with firmness and dignity. I made

for them, anyway, for they were a con
sternation to her all right. Oh, she
said right off afterward that she didn't
mean that, and that I must forget she
said it. Mother's always saying that
about things she says.
Well, as I was saying. Father didn't
know until after breakfast that he had
a little daughter. (We never tell him I
I disturbing, exciting things just before i
meals.) And then Nurse told him.
. . . ... i
1 u urse
laugnea ana gave ner runny uttie
8nra to her shoulders.
"Yes, what did he say, Indeed?" she
i ...
retorted. "He frowned, looked kind of i
rivrieu. ne irovv ueu, iuoeu .ina oi i
dazed, then muttered : 'Well, well, UP"
on mv ami i i v rn rw snro

. Grandma Anderson, who was an in in-Then
Then in-Then he came In to see me. ... .
I valid for a great many years and who

i uon i Know, or coarse, wnat ne
iiiuugm ui uie, uUl l gu ue uiun i
tnins much or me, from what urs i
said.
verj-biuau i
and
ueer yei saw a uuie on or 8 j
baby that was pretty, or looked as if j
, ""r1"11- J?" uaajuc J 'u
t wuiuu i reaiij uiame mm.
! Nurse said he looked at me, mut mut-!
! mut-! tered. "Well, well, upon my soul I"
! again, and seemed really quite Interest Interest-J
J Interest-J ed till they started to put me In his
j arms. Then he threw up both hands,
I backed off. and cried, "Oh, no, no, no !"
j He turned to Mother and hoped she
was feeling pretty well, then he got
! out of the room Just as quick as he
could. And Nurse said that was the
end of it, so far as paying any more
attention to me was concerned for
quite a while.
He was much more Interested In his
new star than he was In his new
' daughter. We were both born the
j same night, you see, and that star was
I lots more consequence than I was.
S But, then, that's Father all over. And
; that's one of the things, I think, that
bothers Mother. I heard her say once
i to Father that she didn't see why,
when there were so many, many stars,
a paltry one or two more need to be
made such a fuss about And I don't,
either. j
But Father Just groaned, and shook
i his head, and threw up his hands, and i
i looked so tired. And that's all he said
That's all he says lots of times. But
it's enough. It's enough to make you
j feel so small and mean and lnsignlfi-,
, cant as if you were Just a little green
worm crawling on the ground. Did
COUrfe ttev had A begln to talk bout
"u" i"-i"i!xn.i uiicnj mcj ne k wins
i to disagree aDout tmngs.
aiotner wanted to call me viola,
after her mother, and Father wanted
to call me Abigail Jane after bis
mother; and they wouldn't either one
give in to the other. Mother was sick
and nervous, and cried a lot those
days, and she used to sob out that If
! they thought they were going to name
her darling little baby that awful Abl
gall Jane, they were very much mis mistaken
taken mistaken ; that she would never give her
consent to
would say
It never. Then Father,
in his cold, stern way : :
Tvery wen, men, you neean t. But
neither shall I give my consent to my
aaugnter s Deing nameu tnat aosura i
Viola. The child Is a human being
not a fiddle in an orchestra !" j
And that's the way lt went Nurse j
said, until everybody was just about
crazy. Then somebody suggested j
"Mary." And Father said, very well,;
they might call me Mary; and Mother'
said certainly, she would consent to;
Mary, only she should pronounce it
Marie. And so lt was settled. Father
called me Mary, and Mother called
me Marie. And right away every-'
body else began to call me Mary'
ever since.
Of course, when you stop to think
of It, It's sort of queer and funny,
though naturally I didn't think of It
growing up with tfc as I did, and always
having It, until suddenly one day lt i
occurred to me that none of the other J
girls had two names, one for their I
father and, one for their mother to!
call them by. I began to notice other!
things then, too. Their fathers and!
mothers didn't live In rooms at op-1
poslte ends uf the house, Their fathers:
and mothers seemed to like each other, j
and to talk together, and to have little
Jokes and laughs together, and twinkle
with their eyes. That is, most of them
did.
And it one wanted to go to walk,
or to a party, or to play some game,
the other didn't always look tired and j
bored, and say, "Oh, very well. If you j
like." And then both not do it, what-!
ever It was That is, I never saw tht
other girls' fathers and mothers do that i
way ; and I've seen quite a lot of them, f
too, for I've been at the other girls' j
houses a lot for a long time. You see 1
don't stay at home much, only when 1
have to. We don't have a round table I
with a red cloth and a lamp on it. and
children 'rounl It playing games and
doing things, and fathers and mothers
reading and mending. And it's lots
jollier where thvy do have them.
Nurse say my f:ither nnd mother
ought never to have been married.
That's what I heart: hr tel! ar
Bridget one day. So the first chance I
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gut I aked her why, and what she

meant.
"On, la!
Did you hear that?" she
! oemanuwi. wiin uie quaes ioo. over
jher shoulder that she always gives
jwhen she's talking about Father and
aiomer. en, utue pitcners ao nave
big ears, sure enough!"
"Little pitchers," Indeed! As If I
dldnt know- what that meant I'm no
child to be kept In the dark concern-
X V L a 1 ft 1 T
her tell me what she meant, and I
made her tell me a lot of other things
about them. too. Tou see, I'd Just de decided
cided decided to write the book, so I wanted
to know everything she conld tell me.
X didn't tell her about the book, of
course. I know too much to tell se secrets
crets secrets to Nurse Sarah! But 1 showed
my excitement and interest plainly;
and when she saw how glad I was to
hear everything she could tell, she
talked a lot. and reallv seemed to en-
lov It too
-
xou see, sne was nere wnen Aiotner
first came as a bride, so she knows
1 I 1 1 TS.L
e eryuiLUK. sue was r timer s nurse
h .
gti t Ar! of FaTheVa mother
j didn't die till just after I was born.
Then she took care of me.
So she's
aiwayS been in the family ever since
she was Tonn? She's awfiillv
old now 'most sitv.
First I found out how they happened ;
to marry Father
and Mother, I'm i
stalking about now only Nurse says i1
; she can't see yet how they did happen ;
to marry, just the same, they're so tee tee-totally
totally tee-totally different. j
Hi this Is the story. j
Father went to Boston to attend a j
big meeting of astronomers from all S
over the world, and they had banquets
and receptions where beautiful ladies
went In their pretty evening dresses, :
and my mother was one of them. (Her ;
father was one of the astronomers, ;
Nurse said.) The meetings lasted four j
days, and Nurse said she guessed my
father saw a lot of my mother during ;
that time. Anyhow, he was Invited to
their home, and he stayed another four
days after the meetings were over. :
The next thing they knew here at the
house, Grandma Anderson had a tele- j
gram that he was going to be married
to Miss Madge Desmond, and would j
they please send him some things he
wanted, and he was going on a wed- ;
ding trip and would bring his bride
home In about a month. I
It was just as sudden as that And i
surprising Nurse says a thunderclap j
out of a clear blue sky couldn't have
I astonished them more. Father was al al-'
' al-' most thirty years old at that time, and j
he'd never cared a thing for girls nor j
! paid them the least little bit of atten- i
tlon. So they supposed, of course, that
j he was a hopeless old bachelor and I
wouldn't ever marry. He was bound
i up iu his stars, even then, and was
already beginning to be famous, be be-Of
Of be-Of was a professor In our college here,
the liiutriinonlal net like that, imose
i nr hpr words not mine. The Idea
cf calling my mother a net But
I n,irse never did appreciate Mother),
j But Father Just worshiped his father,
t an(j tney were always together
j Gran(m8 being sick so much;
and go when ne dIed my father
was nearlv beside himself, and that's
j ORe r(.ason they were so anxious he
should go to that meeting in Boston.
They thought It might take his mind
off himself. Nurse said. But they
never thought of Its putting his mind
on a wife
go far ag hIs domg lt rlght up qulck
Uke that was concerned, Nurse said
that wasn't so surprising. For all the
way up, If Father wanted anything he
lrslted on having It, and having It
A Little Slim Eiflhteen-Year-Old Gin
With Yellow, Curly Hair.
right away then. He never want
ed to wait a minute he found a girl h
wanted, he wanted her right awaj
tht-n, without waiting a minute
He'd never happened to notice a girj
he wanted before, you see. Bu j
he'd found one now all right j
and Nurse said there was nothing ti j
do but to make the best of It and ge
ready for her.
Ther wasn't anybody to go to th
wedding. Grandma Anderson wat
sick, so of course she couldn't go, an
Grandpa was dead, so of course he
couldn'i go, and there weren't any
brothers or sisters, only Aunt Jane In
St. Paul, and she was so mad she
wouldn't come on. So there was no
ci;icr- seviig the bride liii Father
brought her bonif.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1922

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"Fit where
' others fail

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Supreme in style
as they are in value
TFyou would have shoes which express the newest and
best in footwear fashion, with never a trace of the
"freakish" or undignified
Comfortable as only perfect-fitting footwear can be, and
of such superior material and workmanship that they will
retain their shapely beauty under the hardest service
Then look for the Sjueen Quality trade mark on the
sole of every pair of shoes you buy.
To a million fastidious women it is the symbol of style,
fit and that unusual service which means economy. It is
your assurance of shoe satisfaction.

C smart, comfortable, thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly practical walking ox oxford,
ford, oxford, much liked by the
"tailor-made girl."

RHEINAUER & CO.
. OCALA FLORIDA

WHY ACCEPT POOR SERVICE .WHEN YOU
CAN GET THE BEST AT NO GREATER COST?

OUR MOTTO: "Courtesy and Service.'

GOODWIN'S ELECTRIC SHOE WORKS
OCALA. FLORIDA "Best by Test"

POSTAL IMPROVEMENT
WEEK IS OBSERVED
May
1 Sees Inaugurated First
General Campaign of
Kind in Service.
Without the Postal Service, business
would languish in a day, and be at a
standstill In a week. Public opinion
would die of dry rot. Sectional hatred
or prejudice only would flourish, and
narrow-mindedness thrive.
It Is the biggest distinctive business
in the world and It comes nearer to the
Innermost Interests of a greater num number
ber number of men and women than any other
Institution on earth. No private busi business,
ness, business, however widespread, touches so
many lives so often or sharply; no
church reaches Into so many souls,
flutters so many pulses, has so many
human beings dependent on Its min ministrations.
istrations. ministrations. "Postal Improvement Week" has
been set for May 1, by the Postmaster
General. This is the first general cam campaign
paign campaign of its kind In the Postal Service
for several decades. Business men
and their organizations, large users of
the mall, newspapers, motion pictures,
advertisers, and the entire organiza organization
tion organization of 326,000 postal workers are to be
enlisted in this country-wide campaign
of Interest in postal improvements.
Your help Is vital. Address your let
ters plainly with pen or typewriter. )
Give street address. Spell out name
of State, don't abbreviate. Put your
return address In the upper left hand
corner of envelope (not on the back)
and always look at your letter before
dropping In the mail to see if it is
properly addressed. This care in the
use of the mails is for your benefit and
speeds up the dispatch and delivery
of mail matter.
If you have any complaints of poor
service make them to" your postmaster.
He has instructions to investigate them
and report to the department.
COURTESY
It sticks in human relations like
postage stamps on letters. The
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ex expects
pects expects it to be used by its postmasters
and employees in dealing with the
public.
Help them in its use beginning
with POSTAL IMPROVEMENT
WEEK, May 16. 1922.
THANK YOU
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

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Fraternal Orders
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the caslle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrick, C. C
C. K. Sa?c, K. of R. & S.
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 Lod-e No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of tha Gary block. ""A
warm welcome' always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocala Command Command-ery
ery Command-ery Number 19,
Knights Templar
meets every sec second
ond second Friday night
in each month at
S o'clock at the
. L. Luc.-.s. E. C.
Masonic
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OCALA I Of;
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Oeaia Lodge No. 2S6. 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 oyer Troxler's and the Book
Shop
113 Main sireet.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R R-C.
C. R-C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

QCALA OCCURREHCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.'
j All the baseball fans sit up and
itnke notice. The Rollins College team
will be here for two games next
;Thuisday afternoon and Friday.
- I, I,,
j Mrs. Robert Clark of Tampa arriv-
jed in Ocala yesterday afternoon and
is the guest of Mrs. J. R. Dewey.
-Some -new RADIO MAGAZINES at
THE BOOK SHOP. 25-3t
Chiropractic for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles, also for headaches
and high blood pressure. Dr. Kip Kip-linger,
linger, Kip-linger, Ocala House. 18-6t
Rev, J. J. Neighbour left yesterday
jfor Miami, where he will attend con
vocation in that city this week.
If you want a quart or pint of
iMarocala ice cream, phone 14. Bit-
ting's Drug Store.
25-tf
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
I, a beauty you will like it. tf
Mr. T. H. Sides of the Bacon Motor
Company of Jacksonville spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in town looking after business.
GALLI-CURCI sings in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville May 2nd. You may hear her at
THE BOOK SHOP any day. 25-3t
A card has just been received from
Mr. J. S. Pearson saying that he is
located for the summer at Pleasant-
dale, N. J.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14. Sitting's Drug Store. 25-tf
Mr. Howard Clark, who has been
in a sanitarium at Orlando for the
past several weeks taking a rest cure,
has returned home, very much bene
fited.
Hot .. weather calls for frequent
baths. The Allen Bath Outfit fills the
bill. An Ocala resident has had one
in use for fourteen years, costing
about 50 cents a year. Order now.
Delivered out of town by parcel post.
R. C. Loveridge, Agent, Ocala. 19-6t
STATIONERY for Gifts AT
BOOK SHOP. 25-3t
THE
I Mr. F. E. Denton has taken the
j position of bookkeeper at the Ocala
'Steam Laundry, recently made vacant
by the resignation of Mr. E. W. Mer Merrill.
rill. Merrill. Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 22-tf
Mrs. C. S. Cullen hasreturned home
from Tarboro, N. C, where she spent
the past ten days. She was joined
there by her son Mr. Charles Cullen,
who is a student at Chapel Hill, N. C.
GIFTS THAT
BOOK SHOP.
LAST
AT 'THE
25-3t
Mrs. Jerry Burnett has as her
guest her aunt Mrs. Lydia English,
and Miss Phillis Goldey, of Peterboro,
Ontario. They came here direct from
Canada and are delighted with the
country and town and will probably be
in Ocala for two months or longer.
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
Some beautiful GIFT BOOKS
graduates at THE BOOK SHOP.
for
3t
Mrs. F. E. Harris returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from Jacksonville,
where she has spent the past ten days
with her daughter Mrs. Charles H.
Lloyd. During her absence Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Clark and Frances Clark
have been staying at the Harris
home.
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
New Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing Shoe Co. Y; -M. B. O. D. tf
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe and Mrs.
F. G. B. Weihe have returned home
from Jacksonville, where they spent
last week, attending the Grand Chap Chapter
ter Chapter O. E. S., witnessed the historical
pageant and visited friends. Mrs. F.
G. B. Weihe is worthy matron of the
Ocala chapter and Dr. Weihe is worthy
patron.
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birdsey have
recently purchased a beautiful home
in one of the most exclusive residen residential
tial residential sections of Macon, into which
they will move immediately. Mr.
Birdsey formerly made his home in
Ocala and it is interesting to Ocala
friends to hear of his prosperity and
success.
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
After a pleasant visit to her hus husband
band husband in this city, Mrs. Dr. Kiplinger
has returned to her home in Miami.

Mrs. Frank Thompson of Lakeland,
who arrived in Ocala Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon and is the guest of Miss Mary
McDowell, was complimented last
night by Mrs. R. N. Dosh at a very
pleasant motion picture party. Mrs.
Thompson as Miss Nellie Gottlieb,
grew to young womanhood in Ocala,
and the guests last .night included
several of her girlhood friends. After
an hour and a half spent at the
mvoies the party went to the home
of Mrs. Dosh where the hostess serv served
ed served a dainty supper. The remainder
of the evening was spent in conversa conversation
tion conversation and pleasant reminiscences. This
is the first time Mrs. Thompson has
been in Ocala since her marriage and
her friends are delighted to have her

with them. The party last night was
I the first
of several that will be given
Jin her honor.
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 10S. 13
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Mr. C. H. Wiek, who has so' effi efficiently
ciently efficiently managed the night shift at
Dewey's restaurant, has retired to
take a rest, and will probably go out
to his place at Half Moon Lake in a
week or so. His place at the restau restaurant
rant restaurant has been taken by Mr. Campbell,
a courteous and competent young man
from Alabama.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMINTS
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I wish to announce that I
am a candidate for member of the
house of representatives from Marion
county, in group two, and subject to
the action of the democratic primary
to be held in June next.
Respectfully, F. R. Hocker.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENT
(RATES under this heading- are a3
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
ATTENTION, CONCRETE MEN A
Colonial block machine, makes two
blocks per minute; makes twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four different styles of blocks; can
be moved to different jobs. Price
$232.50. Agents wanted. Write for
circular and general information.
Cam Dann, Orlando, Fla. 25-3t
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
WANTED Three white waitresess.
Apply to Davidson's Cafe, at the
union station. 24-tf
FOUND Auto- license tag. Owner
can have same by calling at the
Star office, give number and paying
for this ad. 24-tf
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
FOR SALE Baby
182.
carriage. Phone
12-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Brushed brass
baby bed, good condition. Apply box
342.
WANTED Colored laborers for min mining
ing mining ocher. Apply to the Pidcock Pidcock-Roberts
Roberts Pidcock-Roberts Co., Bunnell, Fla. 19-6t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. -MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave
nue. 30-tf ;
dUa LABELS V e are equipped tor i
furnishing the fruit and vegetable;
growers with box labels in one or 1
more colors of ink at reasonaole
prices on short notice. Star Pub-
lishing Co.. '-eala, Fla. 22-tf

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And after arousing the world's .v.
hopes the dispatches always spoil itjf
by announcing that Trotzky is serious- j V
ly well again.
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tor musical comedies of the uaujt:t
scor: "The eurUin was spitccii J a Jvfc
real work of art." j 'M

Prices too low if you're selling; too
high if you're buying. A permanent
condition. Twas never otherwise.
Some men like closed cars, and
some chew tobacco.
Experience has taught parents how
to handle a four-year-old by the
time he becomes a six-year-old.

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Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

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ble seasonable Millineiy, consisting of beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Sport Hats, fine Milan Straw
Sailors, Batavias, Hemp, Hats of
all descriptions and colors, trim trimmed
med trimmed and untrimmed.
Hat Values up to $10.00 on Sale. Take your Choice at

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Seeing Ocala

The All Florida Special bearing one hundred
Jacksonville business men will arrive in Ocala early
tomorrow morning and remain two hours.
Representatives of the Barnett National Bank
will be aboard but due to the limited schedule can
meet only a small number of your citizens. Even
our Ocala patrons and your Bankers, whom we
know well and regard highly, must be greeted in
fewer minutes than we would like.
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Please then, accept this as an apology for a hasty
visit and as an expression of our warm regard for
youi ambitious city.
The Barnett National Bank
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of Jacksonville
A Florida Landmark

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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,
Proprietor
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort "of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
n stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA

A

FRANK'S
" The Fashion Center
A SENSATIONAL SALE OF

FRANK'S

Reserved for You
and your guests. That's one of our
greatest assets among the regular
diners. We always have a table wait waiting.
ing. waiting. The cuisine is strictly high class.
We appeal to the inner man and serve
you with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
at
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector
11 He The better von care for
.iv'S.v'TOur eves tne
your eyes
better
.'vnnr pvp will care for
Myou.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist end Optician
Eyesight Specialist ryZ.

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