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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Saturday except probably local thunder shower i north portion. TEMPERATURES -This morning, 64; this afternoon, aV.
Sun Rises Tomorrow 5.45; Sets 7:03 OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922 f VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. Ill
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City Council Wants Them to Wear
Whiskers for the "Forty-Nine"
Sacramento, Calif., April 28. (By
the Associated Press) The city coun council
cil council passed an emergency ordinance last
night prohibiting the men here from
shaving until the "Days of Forty Forty-Nine"
Nine" Forty-Nine" celebration is concluded May
MARION PRODUCE MOVING
The first car lots of tomatoes from
Marion county are rolling today. Two
cars are being shipped from the pack packing
ing packing house of H. W. Tucker. J. C.
Johnson moved a car of cukes yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. DIRTY DEAL FOR
THE MELON GROWERS
Mr. Nathan Mayo sends us the fol following
lowing following clipipng from the New York
Atlanta, Ga., April 21. At a meet meeting
ing meeting of freight agents of southeastern
roads held here Tuesday, it was given
out that a surety bond guaranteeing,
or prepaying in cash, freight charges
on melons shipped to northern mar markets
kets markets will be required this .season.
Bond can be filed with either the orig originating
inating originating or delivery line.
' This action upon the part of the
railroads may be expected to gradual gradually
ly gradually divert the watermelon distribution
business to a very limited number of
firms whose bonds may be approved
by the railroads. Indeed the inference
could be drawn that the railroad offi
cials took this step so that they might
have a big say in the distribution and
routings of the -cars. Small local
snippers and associations will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly find it difficult ta put up tha
necessary bonds or prepay the freight
in cash in advance. Very few of them
have the money before shipment with
which to pay. Consequently the roads
action in making this demand may
cause these local people to be like
Barkis in a state of willingness to
"listen" when a distributor whose
bond has been approved by the rail
road officials and who is willing to
concede the routings to the roads
appears on the ground to get signa
tures on the dotted line for the dis distribution
tribution distribution of watermelon crops. No
charges have been made that any of
ficers of any of the railroads expect
to receive graft money for thus help
ing those distributors whose bonds
have been approved to line up water
melon tonnage; and an intimation to
that effect would, of course, be un
kind, uncalled for and wholly out of
place. Railroad men are too high
class to stoop to that level for they
are honest and square. They are also
very clever business men, nd they
are also far-sighed in their calcula
tions for obtaining the long hauls and
other monetary advantages for their
uranting that here has been no
aim in taking this action but to play
safe by practically getting money in
advance, the ultimate result may in
time be to concentrate the watermelon
business in southeastern states to
practically a trust or an air-tight
proposition unless receivers in the big
consuming markets take a hand and
offer encouragement to the small loca
associations and individual shippers
who are not able to prepay or guar
antee freight chargesin advance of
shipment. It will be noted that the
bond "can be filed with either the orig
inatin'g or delivery line.
A survey of melon districts in Flor
ida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi
Louisiana and the Carolinas recently
taken shows averages in the entire
South have been increased and pros
pects are good for a bumper crop.
PAUL DESCHANEL HAS PASSED
Paris, April 28. (By .Associated
Press). Paul Deschanel, former pres president
ident president of France, died this afternoon
with complications developing from
THREE LITTLE CHILDREN
LOST THEIR LIVES
Olean, N. Y., April 28. The three
small children of Arthur Smith were
burned to death in a farm house near
Keating Summit, Pa., today. Smith
was severely burned in attempting
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
District of Columbia Police Captured
Missing Cashier of Dunnellon
Sheriff Thomas was informed Mon
day that Ernest Turnipseed, missing
cashier of the Bank of Dunnellon,
was under arrest in Washington City.
He left at once for Washington and
returned with the prisoner this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. As the Star goes to press, Turnip-
seed's attorney, Mr. R. B. Bullock, is
trying to make bond for his client.
Bail in the amount of $5000 is requir
The charge against Turnipseea1 was
embezzlement. When it was found
that he was missing a few weeks ago,
the tSar particularly enquired of the
bank if his accounts were short, and
was assured by the bank officials that
everything was all right. The story
was given out that he had simply
taken his family and his automobile
and gone for a vacation.
It was but a day or two later that
the Star was informed by Dunnellon
people that money was missing, and
that it had been the intention of the
bank to discharge Turnipseed. lt was
ported that when he went away he
took the combination of the safe, and
f it hadn't been that the Jacksonville
man who put the safe in had not re remembered
membered remembered the combination and fur furnished
nished furnished it to the bank officials, it would
have been necessary for the safe to
have been broken into.
The Star did not print any of these
reports, for it had not absolute proof.
But the fact that Turnipseed has been
arrested on such a serious charge
makes it certain that he will have
considerable difficulty in clearing
The Bank of Dunnellon was called
up by the Star this morning, but the
officials replied they had no statement
Turnipseed's wife was with him
when arrested. -She came on home a
train or two ahead of him. The chil children
dren children are with relatives in Gainesville.
RUSHING TO REGISTER
Jacksonville, April 28 (Associated
Press). With the registration books
closing tomorrow night, reports from
all sections of the state indicate the
number of persons qualifying to vote
ia. the June primary to be unusually
large. The last minute development
in Jacksonville and elsewhere is that
a large number of women are regis
Appolio, Pa., April 28. (Associated
Press). Three miners were killed and
one seriously injured when a bomb
was thrown today into a bunkhouse
at Patters near here. Then men, who
were employed on a non-union basis
after the coal strike was called, were
asleep when the explosion occurred.
The dead men were married and their
deaths leave fourteen children father
HE'S BEEN READING
Editor Star: Here is a brief history
of Clara Barton: Born in Oxford,
Mass., in 1821 ; philanthropist, founder
of the Red Cross. She opened the first
public school in Bordentown, N. J.
with six pupils, and had 600 when she
left. In 1854 she became clerk in the
U. S. patent office. During the civil
war she devoted herself to the care of
wounded soldiers on the battlefield and
in hosiptals and was employed by
President Lincoln in the search for
missing soldiers. When the Franco
German war broke out in 1860 she be
come identified with the International
Red Cross Society in the care of sol
diers. Upon her return to the United
States she was instrumental in organ
izing the American Red Cross Society
in 1881. In 1883, at the request of
the U. S. Senate, she prepared the his history
tory history of the Red Cross and the next
year she represented the United
States in the Red Cross conference at
Geneva, Switzerland. She rendered
valuable service in Cuba during the
Spanish-American war in 1898. She
took active part in various women's
movements, and was an earnest advo advocate
cate advocate in temperance, equal suffrage and
better social conditions for young
women. She died in 1912.
C. W. Hooks.
Oxford, Fla., April 28, 1922.
Read the U-SERVE BULLETIN in
this issue. 28
Visit the Teapot Serf Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty yon will like it. tf
PARI 11 HAS
A STIFF PUNCH
And is Not Averse to Using It When
Opposing Attorney Makes Un Unfounded
founded Unfounded Assertion
Tampa, April 28. (By Associated
Press). Judge C. B. Parkhill, former
justice of the state supreme court
and the new state attorney, also an
announced candidate for governor, en engaged
gaged engaged in a fist fight in circuit court
her today with Pat Whittaker, attor attorney
ney attorney for the defense in a murder trial.
Whittaker charged Parkhill with
interruption in the examination of a
witness for some purpose of his own.
Parkhill shouted "You're a liar."
Whittaker rushed at Parkhill, and
they clinched and fell to the floor.
Members of the jury jumped from the
box and separated them. Judge Robles
fined each $100 for contempt of court.
OCALA MAN RE-ELECTED
MASTER OF EXCHEQUER
Orlando, April 28. (By Associated
Pres). After selecting Ocala as the
next convention city and electing new
officers the Grand Lodge of Florida,
Knights of Pythias, adjourned its two two-day
day two-day session here last night. T. J.
Watts of Chipley, was elected grand
chancellor. Mrs. Mary Daffin of Mo Mo-lino,
lino, Mo-lino, was elected grand chief of the
Pythian Sisters. D. W. Tompkins of
Ocala was re-elected master of ex
MISS HANNA MURDERED
Hoopestown, 111., April 28. (By the
Associated Press). The announce announcement
ment announcement today that Miss Gertrude Hanna,
twenty-five-year-old former school
school teacher, whose body was found
yesterday in the unoccupied United
Presbyterian church parsonage here,
was approaching maternity, increased
their conviction, the authorities said,
that she was murdered. The girl ap
parently had been dead for weeks.
Some believe the body was kept on ice
or in cold storage since death until
shortly before its discovery.
NO MARK OF VIOLENCE
Danville, 111., April 28 No evidence
of violence was found on the body of
Miss Hanna, according to Dr. F. A
Baumgart, after an autopsy. The
state of preservation, Baumgart said,
indicated she had been dead only a few
New York, April 27. (Associated
Press). Chas. W. Morse, New York
financier, his three sons, and twenty
others, some prominent in shipping,
legal and brokerage circles, were ac
cused in a federal indictment yester
day with having used the mails to de
fraud investors in the stocks of vari
ous steamship companies.
CARD OF THANKS
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, takes
this means of thanking the children
of the schools who so kindly gave
flowers for Memorial Day.
Miss Josie Williams, President.
We Have Some of the Biggest Bargains
of the Year Through a For Fortunate
tunate Fortunate Purchase
Carton of 24 bars Wool Q-l
Soap, per carton
(See pages 88-89 Ladies Home
15 oz. Welch's
Grapelade, per glass
in Tomato Sause, per
fs F L SiJ 4
leiepnUlie UfUKIZ txmumilins IU n
or More Will be Put Up and
U SERVE STORES
LADIES USED IASH
Taught a Poolroom Loafer to in Fu Future
ture Future be Careful With His Tongue
Independence, Kan., April 28. By
Associated Press). Benson F. Rice
was taken out on a country road last
night and whipped by two women who
accused him of slandering them in
pool room remarks, the police report reported
ed reported today.
OF THE CREAMERY
Mr. E. C. Beuchler, president of the
Marion County Creamery Company,
has recently taken over the active
management of that progressive con concern.
cern. concern. Mr. Beuchler is recognized as
a competent dairy man throughout the
state, having been in the business for
a number of years in Florida and in
Georgia prior to the time he came
here to take charge of the Anthony
The excellent quality of the pro products
ducts products of the creamery is already wide
ly known, although this concern has!
been in operation only a few months,
and under the management of Mr.l
3euchler everything possible will be!
done to make the products of the
creamery better, if possible, that be
fore and several new ones will
added to the list.
Genoa, April 28. (By Associated
Press). Plans for Russia's recon
struction : are being finally determined
today in a conference of the sub-com
mittee and the indications that a defi
nite proposition will be laid before
the 'Russian delegation by the week
end with the suggestion that it be
either accepted or rejected without
FRANK C. RUTAN
New' York, April
PtprsI Frank P.. Rntan. sixtv-4
three, oeiieved to te .tne owner oi ex-
tensive western mining interests, aiea
ner toaay oi acute maigestion. ai
tne notei where ne was stopping it
was statea mat nutan naa omces in
Chicago but made his home in Florida.
His widow and daughter are said to
be in California.
THE PRESBYTERIAN MEETING
From a concensus of opinion last
night Rev. J. Clarence Leckemby
preached one of the hnest sermons
that has ever been heard in Ocala.
His subject was "The Deity of Jesus
Christ," and it was handled by a mas
ter mind, directed by the spirit of Al
We certainly had a splendid audi
ence, and if you don't want to sit in
that front seat, you had better be on grst ciass being rapidly built
time, 7:45. The sermon tonight is down the west coast,
for young people, so boys and girls Also, the road to Silver Springs
we are looking for you. We are go- should be scarified and rolled and be being
ing being to give you reserved seats and if fore tne rainy season starts a fund
that doesn't suit you can help the should be started to set out palms
choir or orchestra. Mothers and along the less attractive parts of this
fathers, bring your children out to- road- n citizen will fail to, appre appre-night.
night. appre-night. Mr. Leckemby may do your ciate the importance of snch a move,
boy or your, girl more good tonight Ocala and Marion county have as
than all the money in the world
Eric J. Collier,
Clerk Board of Deacons
15 oz. Welch's Fruitlade,
18 oz. can Franco-American Spaghetti
15 oz. Welch's
After you have tried one can we will
sen you a dozen iT 1 Cffl
In ttrir Hnfnrc
WORD IS LAW
Supreme Court of the State of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Makes a Notable
Chicago, April 28. (By Associated
Press) An United States labor board
decision is as binding as law and can
be enforced in the courts, according to
a decision by the supreme- court of
Mississippi, received today by the' la labor
bor labor board.
NOTICE, ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 13, R. A. M., this evening at the
Masonic hall at 7:30 o'clock. Work
in the Mark Master's degree. All
companions are urged to be present.
Visiting companions are cordially in invited
vited invited to attend.
A. L. Lucas, E. High Priese.
B. L. Adams; Secretary. 1
Lvivrnuni a Axrr
Natchez, April 28. (By Associated
Press). Approximately 700 square
miles m the Concordia parish of Lou
isiana and possibly an equal area in
Catahoula parish are covered by the
flood waters. The section is largely
devoted to cotton planting and the
greatest financial loss will be caused
suspension or planting
Editor Star: The trucks of the
White Star Line last week made their
first trip to Palatka over the new
road via Citra, Orange Springs and
Rodman. The trip was made with a
one-ton truck with load in three and
a half hours, which cuts all previous
r ds to Palatka in half.
' Putnam county has done herself
proud coming right up to the creek
i at Orange Springs with a good hard
surfaced road. Now it is up to Marion
county. The missing link in this im
Unrfont ia v,Q hi mn.
tween Citra and Orange Springs. The
grade ig almoit'completed and all that
is needed is a hard surface of lime-
stone which will not cost a great
amount and will for the first time give
us a road to Palatka, tapping the di direct
rect direct tourist artery south from Jack-
This done, with a few road
signs properly placed at Palatka and
' JIasflkgs, calling attention to Ocala
and Silver Springs, one of the wonders
of the world, and there is no limit to
the benefit that would result. This
connection is very important at this
time when it looks like work will be
held up on state road jno. z, and a
good, if not better, outlook for future
progress than any section' of the stae.
I have become more than ever im
pressed by this fact after spending
some days touring other sections and
talking with men in the East Coast
towns, and they all say that Marion
county has the best agricultural sec section
tion section in the state and that Silver
Springs is wonderful and that it is up
to us to put Ocala and Marion county
I have set forth nothing that we do
not already know but submit this
merely to, keep the outstanding facts
before us. T. W. Collier.
Charter Oak, April 25. Mrs. T. W.
Barnett, Miss Annie Adams and Mrs.
Will Adams were visiting Mrs. J. W.
Brantley one afternoon last week.
Mr. Alfred Loften was visiting near
gelleview last Sunday.
u. t i co mr,A hmilv
Uan Shaw and ramiiy, jot. ana mis,
Davis Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Staf
ford went fishing down to the river a
I few days last week and had fine luck.
Mrs. J. M. Brantley has been quite
sick for the past two weeks.
Miss Clara Loften who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Kyle Martin,
returned home last week accompanied
by Mrs. Martin, who will spend a few
days at the home of her parents.
Mr. Paul Boring and Mr. Broward
i Lovell of Pedro were visitors in our
community last Saturday night.
All Hands be at the Courthouse This
Evening and See Vfttat this Fine
Organization Has to Offer
The charter members of .the Marion
County Motor Club will meet at the
court house tonight, at eight o'clock
for the purpose of perfecting the or
ganization, the election of officers, ap appointment
pointment appointment of committees --and other
details. Representatives of the Am American
erican American Automobile Association will be
present. Car owners and those inter interested
ested interested in good roads and automobile
travel are invited and urged, to be
present at ,the meeting so as to v be become
come become informed as to what the purpose
of the American Automobile Associa Association
tion Association is. It is necessary that there be
a minimum of fifty charter members
before a club can be formde. These
fifty members have been secured. An
effort will be made to secure several
The main item. in the program or
the A. A. A. at th6 time is to put into
passable condition by the first of Oc October
tober October two national highways into Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, one from Chicago to Fort Myers
and the other from Cleveland to Mi Mi-ami.
ami. Mi-ami. The following members "have been
added" to the list that was published
yesterday: Will Taylor, S. A. Moses.
T. T. Munroe. Nathan Mavn JrChn CI
Bowden, J. M. Brown.
MEETING OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., held
a regular meeting last evening. There
was a large attendance, and several
candidates who received the degrees'
of the order. Several 'visitors were
present from other chapters and their
talks were -enjoyed. Reports of the'
Grand Chapter were read and enjoyed
by all who heard them. Mrs. Eliza
beth Greaton 7f Willow River Chap Chapter
ter Chapter No. 37, Willow River, Wis, ana
Miss Hettie Johnson of Morris Chap
ter 0223 Morris Okhv were the
guests of the evening. Mrs. Rosalie
Condon, who has been appointed grand
organist for the year, was given spe special
cial special honor at this meeting- Icecream
and cake were served by the commit committee
tee committee on refreshments.
THEATER PARTY FOR
MRS. FRANK THOMPSON
Mrs. Grider Perkins was' the hostess
yesterday afternoon at a theater party
honoring Mrs. Frank Thompson of
Lakeland, who is spending this week
in Ocala. The guests were invited for
three o'clock to meet at the home of
Mrs. Perkins on Port King, and after
their arrival a delicious salad course
was served the guests, after which the
party went to the Temple theater and
enjoyed "The Great Impersonation,"
and the special music arranged for the
Mrs. Thompson during her stay In
her former home has been compli-
mented with several pleasant social
affairs and her friends find great
pleasure; in spending these pleasant
hours with her. Mrs. Perkins' guests
of the afternoon were Mrs. L. M. Mar Mar-ray,
ray, Mar-ray, Mrs. John Taylor Mrs. W. A.
Wilds, Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Martin, Mrs. Albert Harriss,
Mrs. Bert' Dosh, Mrs. Charles ChazaL
Mrs: Willard Blood, Mrs. C. C. Balk Balk-com,
com, Balk-com, Misses Adele Bittinger, Mary
McDowell, Mary Burford and Mary
JOHNNY EVERS GOT
RIGHT ON THE JOB
Cleveland, April 28 (By Associat-
ed Press) j Although prominent in
baseball for twenty years as a member
of a National League club, not until
yesterday did Johnny Evers, now 41
years old, play in an American League
uniform.. The former star' second
baseman made his debut yesterday in
the junr organization. An injury to
Eddie Collins kept the White Sox star
keystone sacker on the bench and
Manager Gleason had no extra infield infield-er
er infield-er s4 he injected Evers into the line
up. Evers had not played since 1917
and while .he failed to hit safely he
drew two passes and forced in one
run. In the field he accepted six
K UK LUX KLAN BOSSES
; V 1 LOS ANGELES COPS
Los Angeles,' April .28 The name
of three members of the district at at-torneVs
torneVs at-torneVs j staff, six clergymen and :
probablyKlOO Los Angeles policemen
were found in correspondence of the
Kuklux Klan seized in last week's,
raid, it was learned today.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 1922
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osition. One thing:, however, they
should consider, and that is that this
is a mighty fine opportunity to d
isome of that helping of other women
( that women have been pleading: for
for the last half century. Most of the
clerks are women and girls, at six
o'clock in the afternoon they hav
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Ijlui ueai ijr lcu uuui9 mcjf sic an
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TAKING THE OKLAWAHA TRIP
Several days ago Miss Bessie War Warren
ren Warren Haskell and her friend Miss Helen
B. Case, left for their respective
homes in New Haven and Hartford,
Coniu, after a week's visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. A. Tremere at Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. Having planned to see the most
wonderful sights of Florida in the
short space of two weeks, they had
Silver Springs and the Oklawaha river
boat trip written upon their schedules
in extra large letters, for they had
heard that this was the 'most mar
velous sight to be seen in the state.
Always enthusiastic over my home
state and especially Marion county.
Our old friend, ex-Governor Gil- my cousins rather embarrassed me to
Christ, candidate for United States think t had neeiected takine the
senator, sends us a copy of his plat- rjver trjp and that people from afar
form. As the ex-governor is a sensi- wpr inrimKntr it in thir siVhf bp
ble and well-posted gentleman, it is mg with such confidence. So upon
not surprising that there are a num- the friendly urging of the eirls and
ber of good planks in it. General a kind invitation from Mr. Carmi Carmi-Gilchrist
Gilchrist Carmi-Gilchrist would' make a good sena- chael, we decided upon the Wednes-
tor. However, we do not think he Hav trin which would hp marie hv the
would be any better than Senator "Silver Springs," the largest boat on
Trammell, and Mr. Trammell has the the line. i
advantage of six years' experience in To catch that boat necessitated a
the Senate, which is considerable col- Verv early start from Belleview and
lateral to offer the people in exchange with an over-dose of feminine instinct
for an office. Ln had trnne to the Serine's Mondav
afternoon and made arrangements
The War Department asks the Star and Dr0ven our eood intentions to
to clean off the sheet for Desha N. take the trip and asked Mr. Carmi-
Sanders of Alachua county, charged chael to please not let the boat leave
with desertion during the war. Sand- us. not knowing at that time that
ers enlisted in the navy and served the almost iron-clad rule that some
oyer two years. The charge against WOmen travel by was to be broken,
him was caused by his registration asan(j we were in Ocala twenty minutes
D. N. Sanders and enlisting under his before the big bus was due to leave
M a,v a I
tun name as uesna in lcnoison Sanders. for the Springs.
This shows the necessity of all per- Silver Springs at this early hour, is
sons fixing on a style for their names wonderful to behold, and what struck
and sticking to it through life. It's the tender spot in my southern heart
best for all to use their entire names Was to see the eagerness and enthus enthus-when
when enthus-when signing legal papers. iasm shown by the crowd of tourists
over the expectation of the trip.
nm i.: i j ; : m I
Aiiat was a umeiy aumissiun xrom P9rnl:,vgpi wns rtn tht ,-rth to
- t i norcnnnllv spp that the trin was
, , . i ment at the session yesterday that j tt0
It will be a large job to convict.j non, f. ara started in a joyful manner. He at
the people of the state are tired of .A ;
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No matter how good they may be,
none of us Americans like to work for
We are glad Everett True, like the
foolkiller, is an imaginary character.
He would be killed six times a week
if he was real.
People who think they are too supe superior
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"Florida republicans," says the Or Orlando
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smallest families often run into rough
The Star regrets to learn that the
Tampa & Jacksonville railroad shops
in Gainesville were destroyed Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, with a loss of $50,000. But the
plucky little road will keep its trains
running, all the same.
the demands of west Florida.
once started the crowd cut in th
glass-bottom boats, and it was then
tir a Tr7 : j j.; j -t:i.-i i
vvesi riunua counties uu u lit Lie ivau Ki 4. t 1 j v.,i.. Whan
1 1 iri 1 ni ZMf mr Limit' w 11r.11
building with their own funds, as the noticed threc of the passengers who
soum rioriaa counties nave aone.
Judge Philips is a wise old boy
were left over after all the rest had
viewed the beauties of the Springs
tVi-mi tVio erlncs-VwYM-nm honts and t.hp
1 it.- j li i 1 e
Knows vne staie ma .wmia g ve aa sailing. time was near at hand. Mr.
fcecuuns a square aeai u ien atone. c-miohacA nromnt.W rallpd un a boat
and sent thfe three last rjassenerers
The Leesburg Commercial reports out that thev mieht ot mi av art
that the Gillett interests of Tampa Lf the trip Everybody must go away
are navmg two large sieei areages happy and feeling he or she had had
their money's worth, and we learned
built on the shores of Lake Griffin for
A A V 1 t li 1
operations on me UKiawana nver, me ther that holdm, the boat was
purpose being to reclaim an immense out of the kindness shown passengers
area of sawgrass land, making it uflV. nrnven their e-ood intentions
very valuable for citrus groves and
truck groves and truck farms. The,
Commercial says it-is an immense un
dertaking. Tampa Times.
It surely is.
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Values to $4.95, to close out at
HEAVY QUALITY BLEACHED MUSLIN
and Cambric, 5 yards for...
IMPORTED GINGHAMS, PLAIDS, CHECKS
2 yards for
50c hanks, 3 hanks for..
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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
John F. Schuman, a writer of great
ability, has been elected vice president
of the Orlando Reporter-Star Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Company, and will hereafter be a
contributor to the editorial page of
the paper. Tampa Times.
Pretty good page already.
If Wm. J. Bryan had ever been
elected president, he would have end ended
ed ended his only' term the most unpopular
man in the United States. The fact
that he has never been able to put his
theories into practice has been his
great good luck.
to take the trip.
The trip down Silver river was one
of the grandest sights I have ever be
held. Traveling over a good part of
Florida to see its wonders and beau
ties, here, right at my door almost
and inside the borders of Marion
countv is the treat of all river sights.
(Evening Star April 28, 1902) Nine mies of crystal river so clear
In this issue of the Star appears an that the fish, both large and small,
interesting account of the celebration could be seen plainly swimming
of the golden wedding aaniversary around, and should a 'gator slip from
of General and Mrs. Robert Bullock, the shores to evade the tourist's, eag eag-which
which eag-which was held in the parlors of. the erness for a glimpse of the native,
Ocala House. all thev had to do was to look into
Mrs. Burnsides will take the place the water, there he was, swimming
of head nurse at the hospital left va- around, plain to be seen.
cant at the resignation of Mrs. Belle
The turtles were everywhere, al
ways to be seen. If there wasn t the
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Abson will leave excitement of seeing a 'gator, sunning
soon for Asheville, where they will himself on a log, or a snake hanging
spend the summeri
Miss Bertha Strunk left this morn- lv bird there was a concrreeation of
ing for Charleston, S. C, for a visit turtles, seeminelv holding a council,
to the exposition. and as t e&zed at them the thought
The regular monthly social of the same to me that the old turtles are
Methodist church was held yesterday alwavs It reminded me oi
at the home of Mrs. Richard. McCort- the get-together meetings I used to
The Star has been asked by a num number
ber number of the clerks in the stores to in intercede
tercede intercede with shoppers o do their buy buying
ing buying early, so that the clerks may be
able to leave at the regular closing
hour of 6:30. The Star doesn't think
it is much use to intercede, as most
of the late shoppers are women, and
while it used to be, and sometimes
now is, possible to persuade a woman
not to commit murder, persuading her
not to shop half an hour after the last
minute is a much more difficult prop-
When a man keeps In step with a
vnmnn. he hain't cot much menta
energy left for anything else.
from the limb of a tree, or some love-
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 28, 1912)
Miss Eva Futch and Messrs. Mack
Christie and Frederick Hocker of the
Follies Company of Gainesville, will
remain in Ocala until tomorrow. Miss
Futch is the guest of Miss Hester
Miss Mary Mente who is the guest
of Miss Erin Yonge, was the honor
guest on a straw ride last night to
to the Springs.
J. D. McDuffy, one of our leading
colored farmers, brought to the Com
mercial Bank a fine cantaloupe, which
is unusual for this time of the year.
Our picture framing department is
again open. JNew mouldings and sup
plies have been put in and we are pre
pared to make up and deliver on short
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
hear about when a child. Those kind
held for'the good of the town, ad
vancement of the state and when bet better
ter better roads were just coming into style,
when all the city fathers were called
together in consultation over a need
ed improvement and all the old boys
turned out and a youth, fired with
enthusiasm and carrying a big pro
gressive advertising idea, stepped into
their midst and and after giving the
best he had in words to prove his
idea, was immediately set upon and
tcld to hold his peace, which, he gen
erally had to do after venting his
feelings, by calling them a bunch of
old moss-backs, always on the job to
waylay progress. It's been a long time
though since I've heard any one called
a moss-back, for they went out of
style in Marion county years ago. We
have only the turtles as a living
As the boat glided out of Silver
river into the Oklawaha it was notice noticeable
able noticeable that the latter river had a set no-
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Can be played on, any machine, Black
Seal, 85c regular price, 2 records for
Fine quality Muslin and Nainsook,
Lace and embroidery trimmed, for ;
42 x 36 PILLOW CASES
59c value, 2 for
YARD WIDE PERCALES
Light and dark patterns, regular 25c yd. value, 5 yds.
HEAVY QUALITY UNBLEACHED MUSLIN
Worth 15c yard, special, 10 yards for ;
ODD LOT FLOWERED DRESS VOILES
Values to 50c yard, 6 yards for
All colors, per yard
BEAUTIFUL QUALITY FLOWERED DRESS VOILES
m Light and dark patterns, a great value, 3 yards
PLAIN COLORED ORGANDIES,
3 yards for. . v-
COTTON AND SILK CREPES
Flowered designs 3 yards
SILK AND WOOL POPLIN
To close out, $1.50 value, 2 yards for
ONE LOT LADIES' HAND BAGS
LADIES' SILK HOSIERY
$1.50 value for T.
ONE LOT WOOL SKIRTS
To clean up for....
Many Other Big Values not Quoted. You Will Find Real Mon Money
ey Money Saving Opportunities in all Departments. In Ad Addition
dition Addition to the Many "Dollar" Specials, You Will
Find Other Bargains Equally as Great
Remember the Dates, Today and Saturday
stop going down stream, however he
is most always out to wave a greet greeting
ing greeting and upon the return trip when the
boat makes a landing he hands aboard
products- from farm and grove and
exchanges a hearty greeting.
The trip down stream continued to
fascinate and hold the passengers in interest
terest interest until the old sun who was joy joyfully
fully joyfully on the job all day long, attained
the proper height in the blue horizon
that reminds the world of the dinner
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo
sitions offered by some of the strong
est companies In the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
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hour and then you would see a pas-
tion of being muddy and didn't care senger take a squint at his watch and
to display the secrets of its depths j consult his ticket to see what came
to any curious tourist. However, ow- j next on the schedule, and sure enough
ing to the fact that there had been j the tickets had all been trimmed off
little or no rain for the past few i right up to the meal privileges. Just
weeks to disturb the stream, the at this stage of the trip, as days of
clear waters from Silver river had experience had taught him to be
washed the old Oklawaha for miles prompt, Joe the waiter, who had
and made it clear and interesting to charge of this detail of the trip, ap ap-gaze
gaze ap-gaze into. peafed' and Invited the-passengers to
One point of interest that is looked the neat little dining room.
forward to is passing Mr. Pat Ran- '?N6wyou talk' about a little river
dall's home at Conner, on the banks boat with ocean liner ideas. This one
of the Oklawaha. The boat does not has it even to a little table rail to
keep the dishes from slipping off.
However, I think this must have
been one of Mr. CarmichaeTs thought
ful ideas, to keep the dishes from
sliding off while making a curve on
high. Thi3 noon-day meal is every
thing you would wish or expect, and
the service is in keeping with all the
service rendered on this trip.
, The trip during the afternoon does
not become tiresome, as one might
think, for just about the time you
think you might become tired the boat
glides out into the wide expanse of the
old St. Johns river and you may
wonder at just how this little boat
will act out on so large a body of
water. But you won't be at a loss
to know long, for it observes all river
traffic laws and rules. It salutes just
when a whistle is required, and after
twenty-four miles of proof that it can
take care of itself anywhere on top
of river waters it makes anice land landing
ing landing at its own docks in Palatka, and
turns its passengers over to the tender
mercies of the taxi drivers to convey
them to their respective abodes for
We found the hotels of Palatka real
busy and were just in time to secure
the last available rooms, at the brand
new Hotel Martin. This hotel had
only been open two days and Palatka
is trying to show its appreciation'to
Mr. Martin for the effort he is mak making
ing making to help Palatka entertain the
traveling public. On this special
night the Kiwanis Club had the din dining
ing dining room engaged after eight o'clock,
but Mr. Martin said that if we girls
would wait until after he had seated
this happy crowd he would slip us in
at a side table, and this he did, so we
had the extreme pleasure of sitting in
the same dining room and listening
in at the general conversation and
spicy dinner speeches of the club. I
heard some facts and figures, too. Onw
of the facts is that the Kiwanis Club
is shoulder to the wheel in turning a
hand for everything that is good. The
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922
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Dust-proof rooms with
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Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD Allt LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTork
1:65 pm Jacksonville
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:S3ijn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
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2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
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7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7 :25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland' 11 :03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor, in the city.
Complete line of luggage and ward-
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Best story eVcr rUlen by
ELEANOR H. PORTER
"PJlyamo. "JmU Dmti.
. "Dawn," efc.
xnai nraae me man; arm I let them
see it, good and plain. I told them our
divorce was perfectly all right' and
genteel and respectable; that Nurse
Sarah said It was. Ours was going to
be incompatibility, for one thing,
which .meant that you got on each
other's nerves, and just naturally
didn't care for each other any more.
But they only laughed, and said even
more disagreeable things, so that I
didn't want to go to school any longer,
and I told Mother so, and the reason,
too, of course.
But, dear me, I wished right off that
I hadn't. I supposed she was going to
be superb and haughty and disdainful,
attd say things that would put those
girls where they belonged. But, my
stars! How could I know that she
was going to burst Into such a storm
of sobs and clasp me to her bosom, and
get my face all wet and cry out : "Oh,
my baby, ray baby to think I have sub subjected
jected subjected you to this, my baby, my baby !"
And I couldn't say a thing to com comfort
fort comfort her. or make her stop, even when
I told her over and over again that I
wasn't a baby. I was almost a young
lady; and I wasn't being subjected to
anything bad. I liked it only I didn't
like to have those girls brag so, when
our divorce was away ahead of theirs,
But she only cried more and more,
and held me tighter and tighter, rock rocking
ing rocking back and forth In her chair. She
took me out of school, though, and had
a lady come to teach me all by myself,
so I didn't have to hear those girls
brag any more, anyway.' That was
better. But she wasn't any happier
herself. I could see that.
There were lots of other ladles there
beautiful ladies only she didn't
seem to like them any better than I
did the girls. I wondered If maybe
they bragged, too, and I asked her;
but she only began to cry again, and
moan, "What have I done, what have
I done?" and I had to try all over
again to comfort her.- But I couldn't.
She got so she just stayed In her
room lots and lots.- J tried to make
her put on her pretty clothes, and do
as the other ladies did, and go out and
walk and sit on the big piazzas, and
dance, and eat at the pretty little
tables. She did. some, when we first
came, and took me, and I just loved
It. They were such beautiful ladies,
with their bright eyes, and their red
cheeks and jolly ways; and their
dresses were so perfectly lovely, all
silks and satins and sparkly spangles,
and diamonds and rubies and emer emeralds,
alds, emeralds, and silk stockings, and little bits
of gold and silver slippers.
And once I saw two of them smok smoking.
ing. smoking. They had the cutest little ciga cigarettes
rettes cigarettes (Mother said they were) in gold
holders, and I knew then that I was
seeing life real life; not the stupid
kind you get back in a country town
like Andersonville. And I said so to
Mother; and I was going to ask her
If Boston was like that. .But I didn't
get the chance. She Jumped up so
quick I thought something had hurt
her, and cried, "Good Heavens, Baby !"
(How I hate to be called "Baby"!)
Then she just threw some money on
to the table to pay the bill and hurried
It was after that that she began to
stay in her room so much, and not
take me anywhere except for walks
at the other end of the town where
it was all quiet 'and stupid, and no
music or lights or anything. And
though I teased and teased to go back
to the pretty, Jolly places, she wouldn't
ever take me; not once.
Then by and by, one day we met a
little black-haired woman with white
cheeks and very big sad eyes. There
weren't any spangly dresses and gold
slippers about her, I can tell you She
was crying on a bench In the park,
and Mother told me to stay back and
watch the swans while she went up
and spoke to her. (Why do old folks
always make us watch swans or read
books or look into store windows or
run and play all the time? Don't they
suppose we understand perfectly well
what It means that they're going to
say something" they don't want us to
hear?) Well. Mother and the lady on
the bench talked and talked ever so
long, and then Mother called me up,
and the lady cried a little over me.
and said, "Now. perhaps, If Td had a
little girl like that-!" Then she
stopped and cried some more.
We saw this lady real often after
that. She was nice and pretty and
sweet, and I liked her; but she was
always awfully sad, and I don't believe
It was half so good for Mother to be
with her as It would have been for her
to be with those Jolly, laughing ladles
that were always having such good
times. But I couldn't make' Mother
see it that way at all. There are
times when it seems as if mother Just
couldn't see things the way I do. Hon Honestly,
estly, Honestly, it seems sometimes almost as if
she was the cross-current and contra contradiction
diction contradiction instead of me It does.
' Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
' Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Well, as I said before, I dldnt lite
it very well out there, and I dont be believe
lieve believe Mother did, either. But It's all
over now, and we're back home pack packing
ing packing up to go to Boston.
Everything seems awJully queer.
Maybe because Father Isn't here, for
one thing. He wrote very polite and
asked us to come to get our things,
and he said he was going to New York
on business for several days, so Mother
need not fear he should annoy her
with his presence. Then, another
thing. Mother's queer. This morning
she was singing away at the top of her
voice and running all over, the house
picking up things she wanted; and
seemed so happy. But this afternoon
I found her down on the floor in the
library crying as If her heart would
break, with her head In Father's big
chair before the fireplace. But she
jumped up the minute I came in and
said, no, no, she didn't want anything.
She was Just tired ; that's alL And
when I asked her if she was sorry,
after all, that she was going to Boston
to live, she said, no, no, no, indeed,
she guessed she wasn't. She was Just
as glad as glad could be that she was
going only she wished Monday would
hurry up and come so we could be
And that's alL It's a Saturday now,
and we go just day after tomorrow.
Our trunks are 'most packed, and
Mother says she wishes she'd planned
to go today. I've said good-bye to all
the girls, and promised to write loads
of letters about -Boston and every everything.
thing. everything. They are almost as excited as
I am; and Tve promised, "cross my
heart and hope to die," that I won't
love those Boston girls better than I
do them specially Carrie Heywool
of course, my dearest friend.
Nurse Sarah is hovering around
everywhere, asking to help, and pre pretending
tending pretending she's sorry we're going. But
she isn't sorry. She's glad. I know
she Is. She never did appreciate
Mother, and she thinks she'll have ev everything
erything everything her own way now. But she
won't. I could tell her a thing or two
if I wanted to. But I shan't.
Father's sister, Aunt Jane Anderson,
from St. Paul, Is coming to keep house
for him, partly on account of Father,
and partly on account of me. "If that
child is going to be with her father
six months of the time, she's got to
have some woman there beside a med meddling
dling meddling old nurse and a nosey servant
girl !" They didn't know I heard that.
But I did. And now Aunt Jane is com coming.
ing. coming. My how mad Nurse Sarah would
be if she knew. But she doesn't.
I guess I'll end this chapter here
and begin a fresh one down in Boston.
Oh, I do so wonder what it'll be like
Boston, Mother's home, Grandpa Des Desmond,
mond, Desmond, and all the rest. I'm so excited
I can hardly wait. You see. Mother
never took me home with her but once,
and then I was a very small child. I
don't know why, but I guess Father
didn't want me to go. It's safe to say
he didn't, anyway. He never wants
me to do anything, hardly. That's why
I suspect him of not wanting me to go
down to Grandpa Desmond's. And
Mother didn't go only once. In ages.
Now this will be the end. And when
I begin again It will ( be In Boston.
Only think of it really, truly Boston
When I Am Marie.
Yes, Tm here. I've been here a
week. But this is the first minute I've
had a chance to write a word. Tve
been so busy Just being here. And so
has Mother. There's been such a lot
going on since we came. But Til try
now to begin at the beginning and tell
Well, first we got Into Boston at
four o'clock Monday afternoon, and
Weil, First We Got Into Boston at
Four O'clock Monday Afternoon, and
There Was Grandpa Desmond to
there was Grandpa Desmond to meet
us. He's lovely tall and dignified,
with grayish hair and merry eyes like
Mother's, only his are behind glasses.
At the station he just kissed Mother
and me and said he was glad to see us,
and led us to the place where Peter
I was waiting with the car. (Peter
I drives Grandpa's automobile, and he's
lovely, too .J r"e8
"We are now churning dally sad
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Pbonedi. Marion Comity Creamery. St
Mdther and Grandpa talked vary
fast and very lively all the way home,
and Mother laughed quite a lot. But
in the hall she cried a little, and
Grandpa patted hr shoulder, and said,
"There, there!" and told her how glad
he was to ret his little girl back, and
that they were going to be very happy
now and forget the past. And Mother
said, yea. yes, indeed, she knew she
was ; and she was so glad to be there, j
and that everything was going to he
Just the same, wasn't It? Onlythen
all of a sudden she looked over at me
and began to cry again only, of
course, things couldnt be "Just the
same," she choked, hurrying over to
me and putting both anna around me,
and crying harder than ever.
Then Grandpa came and hugged us
both, and patted us, and said, "There,
there I" and pulled off his glasses and
wiped them very fast and very hard.
But it wasn't only a minute or two
before Mother was laughing again, and
saying, "Nonsense I" and "The idea !"
and this was a pretty way to introduce
her little Marie to her new home I
Then she hurried me to the dearest
little room I ever saw, right out of
hers, and took off my things. Then
we went all over the house. And it's
just as lovely, as can be not at all
like Father's In Andersonvllle.
Oh, Father's la fine and big and
handsome, and all that, of course; but
not like this. His is just a nice place
to eat and sleep In, and go to when It
rains. But this this you Just want
to live In all the time. Here there are
curtains 'way up and sunshine, and
flowers In pots, and magazines, and
cozy nooks with cushions everywhere;
and books that you've Just been read reading
ing reading laid down. (All Father's books
are in bookcases, always, except while
one's In your hands being read.)
Grandpa's other daughter. Mother's
sister, Hattle, lives here and keep
house for Grandpa. She has a little
boy named Lester, six years old; and
her husband Is dead. They were away
for what they called a week-end when
we came, but they got here a little
after we did Monday afternoon; and
they're lovely, too.
The house Is a stralght-up-and-down
one with a back and front, but no
sides except the one snug up to you on
the right and left. And there isn't any
yard except a little bit of a square
brick one at the back where they have
clothes and ash barrels, and a little
grass spot in front at one side of the
steps, not big enough for our old ca
to take a nap In, hardly. But It's per perfectly
fectly perfectly lovely inside; and It's the ln ln-sldes
sldes ln-sldes of houses that really count, Just
as It Is the lnsldes of people their
hearts, I mean; whether they're goo'
and kind or hateful and disagreeable.
We have dinner at night here, and
I've been to the theater twice already
In the afternoon. I've got to go to
school next week. Mother says, but
so far Xve Just been having a good
time. And so's Mother. Honestly, it
has Just seemed as If Mother couldn't
crowd the days full enough. She hasn't
been still a minute.
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.
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf
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simple reason that candies cannot be better made than those we
stock. Made and packed by a house known for quality and purity
for many, many years. There's a reputation behind the goods of
deh'ciousness in each case and there's pleasure "in eating. Boxes of
all sizes, all assortments and all popular prices.
We carry a fall line of NorrislCandy
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Iasaed oa Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
tm FURNITURE, ETC
WE HAVE PACKERS CHECKS AND
PACKERS TICKETS. CALL OR
PHONE US YOUR ORDER
Star Publishing Company
Phone 51. Ocala, Florida
and Feel Safe
Plain, Sopcr Grade
Self Rising ?
"It's the Best"
Every Sack Guaranteed
Pillans and mltth
LONG DISTANCE MOVING :
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,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
If- SIMM Jj
OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1122
A. L. GEK1G
If you have any local or society
items for-the Star, call five-one.
Miss Elizabeth Bennett has return returned
ed returned home from a pleasant visit to
friends at Kissimmee and Orlando.
Read the U-SERVE BULLETIN In
this issue. 28
dJlic rigM Creain villi
io oiher cai
So select and use only th
cream your skin demands.
YouH find all kinds of Western and
Florida meats served under sanitary
conditions at Eagle Meat Market, 122
S. Main St., phone 74. 28-6t
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck and Mrs.
J. D. Rooney left today for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to spend a few days. Mrs. Ten
Eyck will return home Monday afternoon.
Visit tae Teapot Self Serve Grocery,
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Lettuce Cream, for cleansing;
Tissue Cream, for rough, dry
skin; Astringent Cream, for
oily skin; Acne Cream, for
blackheads; Motor Cream, for
protection; Foundation Cream
9 before powder; Erasetor, foe
112 Ft. King Ave.
Best quality, old-fashioned,
twilled 'Denim' '--the honest,
long-wearingcloth "like they
- used to make,"
Are first-class Union-made
' garments for men and boys,
bold under our iron clad
guarantee. Ask your dealer.
Kahn Mfg. Co., Mobile, Ala.
"Made To Mae Good"
Country cured hams sliced at the
Mam Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Miss Beulah Hall of Columbia, S. C,
having spent some time in Jackson
ville, arrived in Ocala the first part
of the week and is the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. Mamie Hall.
GIVE HELP FOR
Friday morning several of the base baseball
ball baseball fans were out at the park looking
over the improvements being made.
One of the men called attention to the
condition of the grandstand and said
that it was a shame to have such a
dirty looking stand in a new park and
after a little talking among them themselves
selves themselves they decided that they would
start the ball rolling for some repairs
and two coats of paint for the grand grandstand.
stand. grandstand. Here is the list:
Chester Fort $ 5.00
Junie Perkins 5.00
J. G. Swaim 5.00
A. F. Baker services or painting
It will take $100 or better to do this
work. Who will be the next in line?
Give your name to the Star.
Youll find all kinds of Western and
Florida meats served under sanitary
conditions at Eagle Meat Market, 122
S. Main St., phone 74. 28-6t
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
If you want a quart or pint of
Marocala ice cream, phone 14. Bit-
ting's Drug Store.
MisS Catherine Livingston who has
been teaching in Sarasota the past
term, will return tomorrow to spend
the summer with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Livingston.
"Schdol" and "College Day" books
at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
" He Tina Keff or rrnn a m tnr
your eyes the better
x ff your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
TAKING THE OKLAWAHA TRD?
(Continued from Second Page)
European Pltn, Complete. Modem. Screened outwit roan
Steam Heated $1 50 up. Cafe n connection. Convuaeni to
Everytfonf, In heart of Oty Send for Booklet
WINDLE W. SMITH. Prop'r.
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy j
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Mrs. Sam Leigh is expected home
this afternoon from Jacksonville. She
will be accompanied for a visit Sy Mr.
Leigh's sister, Mrs. Coleman B. Jones
and children, Margaret and Coleman
Jr., of Washington, D. C.
Some beautiful GIFT BOOKS for
graduates at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
STATIONERY for Gifts AT
BOOK SHOP. 25-3t
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
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
The twenty-seventh annual conven convention
tion convention of the Florida Division, U. D. C,
will be held in Orlando May 3-5. Or Orlando
lando Orlando is preparing to give the dele delegates
gates delegates a wonderful time and every
minute of their stay that is not taken
up with the business of the conven convention
tion convention will be filled with social affairs.
Dickison Chapter vhas appointed the
following delegates: Mrs. E. L. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, Mrs. R. B. Bullock and Mrs. A.
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 80c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising: accounts.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply 212 Orange avenue. 28-tf
WANTED To buy hewn heart long long-leaf
leaf long-leaf pine ties. Please communicate
with us promptly. Georgia- Florida
Pine Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 28-6t
FOR SALE At a bargain, slightly
used one-ton International truck.
Can be seen at O'Neal & Holly ga garage.
rage. garage. T. H. Williams, Ocala. 26-3t
Toys "Made in Florida" at THE
GIFT SHOP. 27-3t
A selected line of Jewelry suitable
for Gifts at the BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
Miss Louise Gamsby of Ocala arriv arrived
ed arrived yesterday to attend the State Li Library
brary Library Association meeting, and is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mc Mc-Kean
Kean Mc-Kean at their home on South Orleans
avenue. Tampa Tribune.
Miss Gamsby expects to spend Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in Lakeland, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Jewett, and will re return
turn return to Ocala Sunday.
Ocala Chapter Q. E. S. will hold its
regular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock.
FOR SALE Fine fresh milk and two
nice Jersey heifers. See C. A. Hol-
loway, or phone 378 at noon. 27-tf
BUICK SIX A 1918 model, five pas
senger Buick six; new top, new
tires, excellent condition. Cash or
easy payments. Ocala Cadillac
Company. : 27-3t
figures were so large I won't try to
repeat them. Anyway, IVe heard just
as big amounts mentioned in Marion
county and while I was 'pleased and
proud of Palatka for this organiza organization,
tion, organization, I had the keen satisfaction of
knowing that over in Ocala, there is
just such a progressive bunch organ organized
ized organized under the name of Rotarians.
One speech of interest was by Mr.
Mellon, the millionaire brother to M.r.
Mellon, secretary xf the treasury. We
learned that Palatka was a very old
commercial town. That the largest
cypress mill in the state is located
there and that they had a bunch of
100 per cent Palatka boosters.
The girls were carried away with
the trip andare making plans for an another
other another visit to Florida next year. They
carry a wonderful message to their
friends in the north to see Florida, via
the Oklawaha river route.
The next morning they caught the
early bus for St. Augustine and I
boarded the boat for the return trip.
Now don't think this was the end of
my pleasures, for the trip home was
a reserve, which means the old St.
Johns by early sunlight and the Sil Silver
ver Silver river by sunset, and both trips
are worth while.
Coming and going I became ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with passengers and it was
wonderful to chat with persons-coming
from states all over the United
ed States, and I even met an Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press celebrity, who gave his
name as A. G.. Orendorff, from Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, and I had the proud satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction of telling him bout the Ocala
Star's devotion to the Associated
I gathered the names and addresses
of as many passengers as I deemed
would be interested and appreciative
and on the strength of some of my
friends who hold membership in the
Marion County Chamber of Commerce
Ij am going to ask that booklets of the
county be mailed to them.
Friends of Marion county, you are
missing the trip of your life if you
have not made this trip, and it's one
of the biggest advertisements the
county has. Eleanor A. Tremere.
WHY ACCEPT POUR SERVICE WHEN YOU
CAN -GET THE BEST AT NO GREATER COST?
OUR MOTTO: "Courtesy and Service."
GOODWIN'S ELECTRIC SHOE WORKS
OCALA. FLO III DA
"Best by Test
Frank D. Pedrick, formerly proprietor of the Crescent Grocery
Co., is now with Mr. F. W. Cook. He will be glad to have the y:
pleasure of seeing his friends at this place, and assures them the- :fs
same courteous and prompt service.
COOK'S MARKET peones
WE FACK OUR'MAROCSLA ICE CREAM
so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in line condi-
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tion until used. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies; churches and all
others using ice cream in quantity,
who want the best and purest and the
most efficient service. Special terras
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Mrs. Frank Thompson is the guest
of Mrs. Willard Blood at her home
southwest of town. Since coming to
Ocala last Monday Mrs. Thompson
has been the guest of honor at several
social functions and her friends are
sorry that her stay here is to be so
short. Mrs. Thompson will return to
her home at Lakeland Sunday.
For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14. Sitting's Drug Store. 25-tf
FOR SALE Jersey cow and five
months Jersey heifer calf. Apply
T. P. Drake, city. 27-6t
FOR SALE Dodge Brosi motor ve vehicle,
hicle, vehicle, 1921 model five passenger
car in excellent condition in every
respect. Cash or terms. Ocala
Cadillac Company. 27-3t
TAKEN UP I have in my possession
one gray mule about 10 years old,
weight about 900 pounds; light scar
on left shoulder. Owner can have
same by paying charges. R. A.
McDaniel, Dunnellon, Fla. 27-3t
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
FLORIDA and Western Meats
Zf Zj' '-ZS Z- 3? -Zs -Z--
S. MAIN ST.
We wish to extend thanks to the people of Ocala for the splendid ($c
support given our Market, Department which has now been open a
short time. A perfect delivery system, combined with first class
goods, is our slogan.
Western Steaks, 30c, 35c, and 38c
Florida Steaks, 22c, 25c and 28c
Lamb Chops, 34c; Lamb Shoulders, 18c
1 pound box Sliced Bacon, 47c
SWIFT PREMIUM HAM
EAGLE GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
KING AX'S SLICED HAM M
FOUA Auto license tag. Owner
' i i n; 'U
can nave taiuti uy caiuug ai uc
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
pies five months old. Good for any anything.
thing. anything. The best you ever saw. Call
on Lizzie Smiddy, Belleview. 22-6t
FOR SALE Baby
Read the U-SERVE BULLETIN in
this issue. 28
Mrs. R. E. Yonge on returning
home from a meeting of the Eastern'
Star chapter last night stepped in a
hole under the shed of the old Coast
Line depot and turned her ankle, re
ceiving a bad fall. Friends who were
with her carried her to her home and
medical aid was soon obtained and
today she is resting easy although
she will probably be confined to her
room for several days with the cuts
and bruises she received. Her friends
will be sorry to hear of her accident
and will wish her a speedy recovery.
YouH find all kinds of Western and"
Florida meats served under sanitary
conditions at Eagle Meat Market, 122
S. Main t., phone 74. 28-6t
Country fared hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
and family expect to move the first
of May into their attractive bungalow
on Fort .King which for several years
has been occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Adams. Mr. Adams and family
will move into the-new bungalow in
Lynwood Park recently erected by
Ray & Thomson.
PASTUER & BROWN'S MARKET
No, 7, Magnolia Street. The Crescent Grocery Stand
We handle the host Florida Meats, also Western
Meats of all kinds. Our prices are asjow as the
Western Steak, 35c; 'Western-Pork' Chops, '30c
Lamb Chops, 35c
CALI AND SEE US. Phone 562
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PASTUER & BROWN'S. MARKET
At Crescent Grocery Old Lccalicn
Staple and Fancy Groceries nt U-Serve prices. No de"
livery unless th order amounts to $5.00 or over. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing charged. Save money by calling to see us. We
serve at U-Serve yprices. '
S v H
C. V. Roberts & Co. i
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone S50, Ocala, Fla.
2d W. Broadway
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
We are noV churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
',Phone94. Marion County Creamery. 3t
Geo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Nw Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M, B. O. D. tf N
Clothes styled and- designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 22-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Brushed brass
baby bed, good condition. Apply box
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
What Do You Pay for Service on Your Battery?
We will call any where in the City, pnt in S ervice Battery, and et. 'fg
You pay us lor Recharging yours only. (
We will be filad to have you call ot our Station and let ns put in water,
clean those corroded terminals, and give you expert advice on, your Battery
Ocala Motor Company
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