The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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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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WEATHER FORECAST Cloud jand somewhat unsettled tonight and Tuesday. TEMPERATURES 'This morning, 64; this afternoon. 78.
Sun Rises Tomorrow 5:46; Sets 7:06. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. MAY 1, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 103
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Thinly Disguised Hatred of Germans
Breaks Thru at a Mayday Pa Parade
rade Parade in Mayence

Mayence, Germany, May l.-(By the
Associated Press) During- a Mayday
demonstration here today a captain
in the American army was wounded
by manifestants.
A column of demonstrators were
marching through the street when
through a mistake in steering the
American captain's automobile ran
into the procession. The machine
stopped immediately but immediately
was surrounded and attacked by the
furious crowd which began to mount
the car. The captain, believing his
life in danger, drew his pistol. A man
in the crowd tried to disarm him but
the pistol was discharged and the of officer
ficer officer wounded in the shoulder. French
gendarmes rescued the Americarnd
made several arrests.


During the last week came the 109th
anniversary of the Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, in commemoration of
which Rev. C. H. Trout, himself an
Odd Fellow, was asked to preach the

sermon at his, the phristian church
at 8 p. m. Sunday.

At the appointed hour, th4 members
of Tulula Lodge who attended the

service, marched to the church from
their hall. They found the pretty

little church simply but artistically

decorated, and the minister and a fair fair-sized
sized fair-sized congregation awaiting.

There was first some excellent

music, the church having a first-class

choir. Mrs. C. E. Winston sang one

of her beautiful solos.

Mr. Trout preached an eloquent and

appropriate sermon, wh;ch was en
joyed by other members of the con
gregation as much as by the Odd Fel

lows. As they rose to leave the

church, the members of the lodge re received
ceived received a warm greeting from the

pastor and congregation and a cordia
invitation to come again?

Chitcherin Assures Barthou that The
Soviet is Not Unfriendly

to France

Genoa, May 1. (Associated Press),
oreign Minister. Chitcherin, head of

the Russian delegation, has written a

etter to Vice Premier Barthou of

t ranee, assuring nim mere are no
secret nfifitary or political clauses in
the Russo-German treaty. He says

Russia is not hostile toward France,
notwithstanding France's .unfriendly

attitude toward Russia.



In Expenditure Exceeded, Revenue By

Over Half a Million Dollars
During 1921

Tallahassee, May. 1. (Associated

Press). State expenditures for 1921

exceeded the income by more than

$575,500, according to the annual re

port of State Treasurer Luning just

made public. Receipts in round figures

were 9,552,000, and disbursements

$10,127,000. r


Florida fire losses during 1921 were

the largest since 1901, the year of the

Jacksonville fire, according to the re report
port report of Mr. Luning, as insurance com

missioner. The loss was more than

Chamber of Commerce Will Obtain Both Sides Holding Firm, with Very

Them Each Day from Florida I Little Suffering or Disorder
Marketing Bureau J Among the Workers

Market reports on vegetables willj Indianapolis, May 1. (Associated

be posted each morning at the Cham- Press). The second month of the
ber of Commerce. Arrangements have nation-wide coal strike began today
been made with the Florida Marketing with officials at the miners' headquar-

Bureau to mail the reports so as to iters here declaringno settlement in
reach Ocala each moraine. A full I sight for the wage controversy in-

Swift Rush of One of Uncle Sam's
Boats to Rescue of a Sink Sinking
ing Sinking Ship

telegraphic report is received each
day by the marketing bureau and is

ready for distribution about three
o'clock in the afternoon. A copy of

volving more than 600,000 miners.

Nq change has been made by union

officials in their previous claim that
at least 680,000 workers joined the

the report will be put in the mail so strike, the number including 75,000

as to reach Ocala the following morn-1 non-union miners.






Tax Collector Stripling asks the

Dr. F. C. Meier will speak to a! Star to impress on voters the neces-

meeting of melon growers and ship-1 sity of immediately paying their poll

pers at the Chamber of Commerce I taxes if they want to vote in the pri

San Francisco, May 1. (Associated
Press). In a race to save the crew of
fifteen or more, the coast guard cut cutter
ter cutter Shawnee is hurrying today to
the oil tanker WTiittier, repotred on
the rocks at Point Arena, 100 miles

north of San FranciscoThe Whittier
sent out a distress call shortly after
two o'clock this morning. Nothing
has been heard since then.
The tanker Whittier Which went on
the rocks ten miles south of Point
Arena last night is a total loss, the
owner was advised today by radio.
The crew of twenty-six was saved.

Father'of the Tin Lizzie Has a New
Process for the Manufacture
Of Fertilizer



room tomorrow, Tuesday, afternoon
at 2:30 sharp. Dr. Meier is the wa watermelon
termelon watermelon disease expert of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Bureau of Plant Industry. He
has been engaged in this work for a
number of years, having given a
large share of each season to Florida
and South Georgia.
There will also be a meeting to

morrow morning at

10:30, and one tomorrow night at

Dunnellon at 8 o'clock.

i In view of the fact that the

mary. This is the last week.




three and a quarter million, about fifty roads this season will require prepay

per cent larger than last year. Mr.

Luning will recommend that the next
legislature pass a law creating the

office of state fire marshal to investi investigate
gate investigate fires of suspicious origin and

have jurisdiction over conditions tend tending
ing tending to increase the fire hazard.

ment of freight on melons Dr. Meier's

advice on the stem end treatment to
prevent rotting in transit will be es

pecially appropriate.

K. C. Moore, County Agent.


Candidates are so few that no itine itinerary
rary itinerary has yet been arranged for the
campaign. Mrs. Turner of Sparr,
Marion's only woman candidate, in-

Summerfield at formed the Star today that the people

of her community intended, in com compliment
pliment compliment to her) to try and have the
first meeting and put her first on the
Chairman Ferguson of the execu executive
tive executive committee says he will arrange
an itinerary as soon as he can be cer

tain of enough meetings. He will also
invite Senator Trammell and General
Gilchrist to speak here, at the same

time if possible.

What is said to be the first car lot

of Bermuda onions shipped from Mar

ion county was started on its way to
Richmond; Va., Saturday by B. F.

Stafford, from his farm about two

miles north of Ocala on the Anthony

road. The shipment of this car of fine

crystal wax Bermudas raises the

question as to whether this is the start

of another industry for Marion coun

ty. Mr. Stafford put in five acres this
season and expects to increase the
acreage next year. A crate of these
fine onions will be on exhibition at the
Marion County Chamber of Commerce
today and tomorrow.





Pensacola, May 1. (By Associated

fress). lhe catts peonage case is.

expected to come before the spring Funeral services for Mrs. E

term of federal court which opened Barkley were held yesterday afternoon

here today. It is understood that at four o'clock from her late residence

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pacts' counsel wui aixempcims wees a short but impressive service was

A Star reporter stopped at the
Creamery the other afternoon to see
if it was running smoothly. It was.
First thing to see was Miss Leone
Brooks in the cashier's office, check checking
ing checking of bottles, cans and packages, and
blooming : like a rose meanwhile. As

soon as she had a minute to spare, she
began reading the Ocala Evening
Star, which the carrier boy had just
brought in.
Stepping down inside the workroom,
the reporter found everything busy
as a bee and steady as a gyrometer.
The room was crowded with milk milk-cans,
cans, milk-cans, leaving only little paths between
for the men to walk sure sign of big
Mr. H. L. Shearer took the reporter
in hand and showed him the icecream
machine and the butter machine, both
turning out the best in the line. If
the reporter had only had a good, hot
hoecake to match the butter
Mr. Shearer took the reporter into
a little room to one side. It had been
a warm day, so the scribe had taken

off his undies, and missed them the
instant he was in the room. The re reporter
porter reporter kept between Mr. Shearer and
the. door, for if Mr. S. had forgetfully
gone off and locked the door, the
creamery would have been more like a
packing house next morning. This
room was stored with ice cream, but but-.
. but-. ter and milk, all ready to go to the
There was another, smaller room to
one side, and when Mr. Shearer open

ed the door to it

porter partly inside, it was so much

colder than the fiyst room that while
the reporter's nose and knees began
to freeze in the second room, the per perspiration
spiration perspiration started on his back in the
first room. Mr. Shearer pulled him

Another jolly school party was
given Friday night when the fresh

men had as their guests the seniors

of the Ocala high school. The home t have Judge Shephard dismiss the held by Rev. George White of Gaines-

of Mrs. W. V. Newsom was the place indictment and tnat u tne court re- vie assisted by Rev. T. M. Willmg-

where the Dartv was held. The lower fused to do so, the government would ham of White Springs. .Three hymns,

floor of the house was decorated with ask tnat tne case S t0 tnal eawy m "Nearer My God, to Thee," "Rock of

the term. Atres" arH "Sottia Time We Will Un

derstand," favorites of Mrs. Barkley,

ttf t rriiTi w rrif rr t Tr I

xcjUIj ixiejiu iu i ;irj I wprp snncr Interment was made m

flowers and the lawn was lisrhted with

electric lights.

The invitations which were issued
to the seniors for this "kid" party

were attractively decorated and ap

propriately worded with the request

that the guests 'come dressed as chil


IT AND GET OUT the Mcintosh cemetery, with the fol

lowing gentlemen acting as pall bear-

Associated Press) ers: w. S. McFadden. C. W. Rush.

Manila. Mav 1. Fifty delegates I J. K. Christian. S. B. Robinson. H. L.

As the hour of eicht drew near comnrisiner the Filipino independence Dixon and J. C. Turnipseed. Mrs

the sruests beean to assemble and an I mission sail today for the United


evenine of fun and eood times was States. They will demand of Con-

the result. A program of unique gress complete independence.

games had been arranged and in car

rying this out the evening proved HE'S

very enjoyable.
One amusing diversion was a con
test in which eight couples were se

lected and these were fed by eight

other couples and the one consuming

Barkley, who was forty-thre.e years

of age, passed away after a short ill
ness at her home early Friday morn

ing. The deceased was well known
in her home community and the sin-

(Associated Press)

Chicaeo. May 1. Edmund Abbot

West, one of the founders of the re-

a cup of water from a teaspoon first publican party, died at his home here
was presented with an appropriate yesterday, in his 99th year, his birth-

gift. Each in turn was blindfolded day being last Friday.

and told to pin the tail on the donkey.

Ed Burhman was given
excelling in this contest.

. At last the judges announced which

girl and boy were dressed the cutest

The selection resulted in


HIS PARTY CHANGE I cere sympathy of friends woes out to

her bereaved relatives. She is sur

vived by her husbsd, her mother

Mrs. L. M. Baldwin, and four sisters

Mrs. C. A. Walker of Dublin, Ga

Mrs. Mattie Dunham of Mcintosh,
Mrs. Howard Bateman and Miss Bob Bobbie
bie Bobbie Baldwin of Mcintosh; also one
brother C. W. Baldwin of Atlanta.
George MacKay & Company, funeral

Washington, May : 1. ( Associated
Press). A secret process fpr malring
cheaper fertilizers has been discover discovered
ed discovered and it is the intention to manufac manufacture
ture manufacture it for commercial use' at Muscle

Shoals, Ford's chief engineer told the
Senate agricultural committee when it
began examination today of theFord
modified proposal.
Increased production, more stable
prices, larger export trade are shown
in recent figures, according to a sur survey
vey survey of current business, issued today
by the commerce department.
The Emergency Fleet Corporation
of the United States Shipping Board
is not a governmental agency in the
sense that it can not be sued without
its consent, the supreme courth Id to today.
day. today.

The packers and stock yards act of
1921 was declared constitutional to today
day today by the supreme court. 1



a drum for U PEI FU SEEMS

TO BE THE WINNER I directors, had charge of the arrange



Peking, May 1 (By the Associated

the honor Press). The battle for possession of

going to Miss Elizabeth Bennett and Pekiner continues todav with the ad-

Ed Burhman and with the honor also vantage apparently iroine to the force Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Christensen

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! went appropriate prizes. of General Wu Pei Fu, driving toward wisn to express tneir appreciation ana

The judges serving during the eve- the capital from the south.

ning were Misses Mary bhepard and

Ava Lee Edwards. Mrs. W. V. New- NEGRO ROOMING HOUSE IN

son, Mrs. A. M. Withers and Mrs. B. KANSAS CITY DESTROYED garet, and for the floral offerings and
G. Cole. Refreshments were served tributes which friends and neighbors
consisting of punch, ice cream cones. Kansas Citv. Mav 1. (Associated sent. They especially wish to thank

and lolypops. Press). A negro rooming house here Mrs. Horace Harold for her care of

Among the invited guests were was demolished todav bv two explos- their baby during the illness of little

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members of the faculty and presidents ions and fire which followed. The loss J Margaret,

West Palm Beach, April 30.--(By

Associated Press). The municipal
court in Jacksonville, presided over by
Judge J. J. Beckham, formerly a con conductor
ductor conductor on the Seaboard Air line Tail-

way, s said to be probably the most
interesting tribunal in the state, be-

cause or tne original manner in
which Judge Beckham runs it, but the

local court, presided over by Judge

Joe L. Earman apparently is running

it a close second. Judge Earman

several days ago taxed a defendant in
a liquor case $500 and then turned
loose an automobile speeder and gave

him money out of his- pocket to buy
something to eat.

William Bumbaugh and his wife

were arrested for speeding through
the city limits at 30 miles an hour.
Brought before Judge Earman, Bum Bumbaugh
baugh Bumbaugh said all the money he had was
$1.70 but that he had enough gaso gasoline
line gasoline in his car to take him to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville where he expected to obtain
a position and make enough to carry
his wife and himself on their way to
their homein Cleveland, Ohio.
"When did you have breakfast?"
Judge Earman asked.

"We have not eaten yet, for we left
Miami before five o'clock and we were

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was the reply.

"Well, you cannot travel far on the
money you have and if you spend it

for breakfast you will have none left
for lunch. Here, take this," said the

judge, handing the couple $2. "Go
out and get your breakfast and be on
your way."

Mrs. V. D. Williams and children of
Savannah are guests of Mrs. H. E.
Mr. and Mrs. John GarreU were
guests of Mrs. Garrell's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H.- Shriner for a few
days, leaving Saturday for their, home
in Plant City. Mr. Garrell is moving
his family from Carolina to Florida.

The Anthony school closed Friday.
The school term for the past year
has been very pleasant and instruc instructive.
tive. instructive. Teachers and pupils have work worked
ed worked hard and accomplished "much.
Apparently there was no complaint
and it is rumored Anthony wants the
same faculty for" next -year. (How
about it, George?)
The members of the graduating
class of the Anthony high school act acted
ed acted well their parts in"a play, "Mrs.
Briggs of the Poultry Yard," at the

club house one evening last week.
Tuesday night of last week the
pupils of Prof, and Mrs. C. A; Har Harrison
rison Harrison and Miss Turner rendered a

very interesting program at the club


Friday afternoon a large number

enjoyed a nice program by Miss Het-

tie Harwell's primary pupils in the

Methodist church. A fine display of
third grade work was on display in
the class room.
Mrs. Mollie Hodge of Ocala is visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs..Hewett.
Rev. E. D. Boyer of Lawtey spent
a few days with Rev. J. C. Boatwright
and family last week. ;
Notwithstanding the extreme dry
weather large shipments of beans and
squash are leaving here, daily by ex express.
press. express. v
, Mrs. Stanton and Mrs. -Windham
and children of Tampa are guests of

their sister, Mrs. E. G., Gardner..

thinks for the expressions of sym

pathy and kindness in the sickness and
death of their little daughter Mar-

of the other classes in the high school, of life at first estimated to be heavy

and pushed the re- i The freshment proved most entertain-1 probably will not reach more than

ngyiosts and hostesses and the party I four or five according to the police.


Palatka, April 30. (By the Asso

ciated Press). Members of the sen senior
ior senior engineering class of the Univers University
ity University of Florida in putting their theo theoretical
retical theoretical knowledge to a practical test
recently operated for twenty-four

hours the electric and ice plant of the '.between Belleview and Lake

Ocala, Fla May 1st, 1922.
Sealed proposals- for improving or
constructing the following section of
road will be received by the board of
county commissioners of Marion
county. Florida, at the office of the

clerk of Marion county, in Ocala, Fku,
up to 12 o'clock m. on the
18th day of May, 1922
For approximately. 140,000 square
yards of surfacing on a-. section of

Road No. 2, in Marion county, Jfloriaa,



will be remembered with a great deal

of pleasure..
The freshment wish to thank Mr. L.
B. MeKenzie for his kindness in put putting
ting putting up the lights for the party which

out before he could freeze as stiff as t added so much to the enjoyment of

an Arctic explorer. Safely back in the the occasion,
first room, the reporter was given a
bottle of ice-cold milk to thaw him j SUIT AGAINST STETSON,
self out. j Orlando, May 1. (By Associated
The creamery is doine srood busi- Press V The $25,000 rlnm

ness and it increases every day. It ) Miss Helen Hunt of Jacksonville,
fills a long-felt want, about eight in- j against Stetson University and Dr.
ches below your goozle. Lincoln Hulley, president, has been
Beside Mr. Shearer and Miss Leone, j set for .trial May 16th in the circuit
the indispensables at the creamery j court here. Miss-Hunt alleges that
? 0scr Stuart Fenton Blitch, T. C. while a student at the university some
WiIsonand Nick Barrineau. There is 1 years azo she was dismissed without

; cause or explanation. The case has
been in the courts since 1911 and was
: moved to Orange from Volusia coun county
ty county on a change of venue.

Slides depicting scenes in and views
of the Italian cities of Florence, Milan

and Venice as well as of Lake Como

Regular meeting of Poinsettia

Grove No. 228 will be held Tuesday,

May 2nd, at 8 p. m. An application
to be voted on. Must arrange to enter-

also a colored man, names McCance,
who the whole staff insisted be put on
the honor roll, for they say they can't
very well get along without Mac.

and other parts of Italy, will be shown tain our supreme clerk, Flora A. Tal Tal-at
at Tal-at the primary school "buildine Tues- ley. All members are urged to be

Hav ovpnW at TrlS oVlork. The nub- present. Visitors are cordially invit

lie and children especially are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to be present. Pleace come

promptly at the hour as the slides
will be given only once..

Southern Utilities Company here. ime, approximately x mues.
. . . - Alternate bids will be received on
The students maintained a regular h;tll.ftUa mar5lAam. bituminous con-

n t 1 1 j 1 a. J J!J i .

Z4-nour snut witnoui rest ana aia ev everything
erything everything from coaling the furnaces to
making tests of the exhaust gases.

They weighed the water consumed by

the boilers, registered the energy ex

pended and kept statistical record ini tained oj application


Refreshments will be served.

Stella B. Moore, Guardian.
Rylla B. Adams, Clerk.

Circle A of the Baptist Woman's
Missionary Society will meet with
Mrs. C. L. WTest at .938 Lake Weir
avenue Tuesday afternoon, May 2, at
I p. m. All members urged to be
present. Note change of time.

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 28


Hemstitching and pecoting done on
short notice. All work guaranteed.

We furnish the thread. Singers and
other makes of machines for sale. We

carry needles, oil and parts for all
sewin? machines. All repair work

guaranteed. Phone 502 green.
Card we II Sewing Machine Co.,

1-tf 317 N. Magnolia St-, Ocala, Fla.

crete and sheet asphalt,-laid on either

concrete or crushed rock base, also on

plain cement concrete, pavement. Also
bids will be considered on crushed
rock base alone. '

Plans and specifications may be ob-1

to the State

15-minute periods throughout their Road Department, at Tallahassee,
i T-l : J Xl A a. ASW

tnnr : norma, xor tne sum ox uree io.w

Those who handled the plant nnder P

the direction of Prof. TJ. F. Gaines, in- !at Tallahassee, Florida, or at the office

eluded R. D Atkisson, A. B. DeWolfJof the clerk of Marion county, Flor-

R. P. Redman. E. R. Braswell. L. A-Uda.

Hogarth, V. D. Almond Jr., and Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy Hubbard.

While Manager Graham

A certified check or a bidder's bond,

executed by a bonding company au authorized
thorized authorized to do hnsiness in the state of

ox the j Florida, made payable to the Chair-

plant and some of his staff remained man of the Board of County Commis-

close by for any emergency, the

emergency didn't develop and every

thing was left to the coming engineers.

sioners of Marion county, in the sum
of fifteen thousand ($15,000) dollars,
shall be submitted with each proposal.
The right is reserved to reject any
and "all bids, and also to select the

type oi surxace xromamong e

Just received fresh Spanish Mack-! hid .uxEflgZ&&

eral at City Fish Market. OisSrmsta Board of County Commis Commis-158.
158. Commis-158. ,.5-1-tf v j aionera, : y Mayl815-Mon,


Ocala Evening Siar
lkllhd Eery Dmy Extpl Snaday fcy

H. J. BUtlacer, Preiddcat
tt. I. Lcaves;od, VIee-Prealdeat
P. V. Leaveaffeod, Srtary-Treaare

J. II. Beajamla, Edltar
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poitotflce as
acobd-class matter.

Of lee FlTC-Oae

with pride. What is the use of an answering
swering answering any of the little ticks any anyhow?
how? anyhow? Look at what Florida was thir thirty
ty thirty years ago and what she is now, and
then ask yourself if there is any need
of answering her defamers.


Editorial U'eparineat

Kaeletr Keaarter



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humanity, that we can write editorials
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save cutting up good newsprint for
copy paper. So far the supply has
exceeded the demand, but as a lot of
the sheets are just the right size for

newspaper wrappers, very little is
thrown away.




For the coming democratic primary
campaign the following rates will be
charged for announcements, not to ex exceed
ceed exceed twenty lines, PAYABLE WHEN

Weeklv Star: For member of lesris

lature. memner of school board, mem

ber of board of county commissioners,
county surveyor, registration officer,
constable and justice of the peace, 5;

all state and national officers, sio.

Evening etar: (One Insertion each

week) Same rates as Weekly Star.

Announcements under this rate are
to run from .date of insertion until date
of primary election.
Readers for insertion will be charged
.t the regular commercial rate3.

The TampaSuriday Morning Citizen
has made great improvements since it
started, an3 has become one of the
first-class institutions of Florida.

Ocala Rotary Club picked a good
man for "its head when it took John
Taylor. Tampa Tribune.
Ocala Rotary never fails to pick a
good man.

Richard Croker, ex-chief of Tam Tammany,
many, Tammany, is dead at his home in Ireland.
, He was once a power in politics, but it
would be hard to find any real good
he ever was in public affairs.

Our water is salty, but we still
have an abundance. Some of the wells
which have, been supplying towns on
the east coast have been pumped
dry. Tampa Times.
Towns, mostly, are wet, all the

Polk county has organized a strong
capital removal club, with J. W.
Sample of Haines City as executive
committeeman. Polk is a big, strong
county, and when she puts her shoul shoul-der
der shoul-der to the wheel the capital will move

Rev. Wm. H. Wrighton, who was
minister to the Ocala Baptist congre congregation'
gation' congregation' is now pastor of the First
Baptist church of Princeton, W. Va.
West Virginia has been a troubled re region
gion region for years, and men unafraid like
Mr. Wrighton are needed there.

We cilll the following rough one
from the Orlando Reporter-Star:
"There is one thing very noticeable in
Florida. 'All the land companies and
there are myriads of them are cater catering
ing catering to live men. You seldom hear of
a cemetery proposition unless you go
to Tallahassee."

Mayor Pulver of St. Petersburg

seems well gifted with good sense. We

clip the following irnregard to his re

cent decision on the bathing suit ques
tion from the Palm Beach Post:

No Joke

There has been a deal of good na na-tured
tured na-tured spoofing of St. Petersburg, its

Purity League and its mayor, all be

cause certain citizens of the Sunshine
City deemed feminine legs unmoral
unless covered by hosiery, even on a
bathing beach. Mayor Pulver held
it to be neither his prerogative nor
duty as mayor to censor women's

bathing costumes and further display displayed
ed displayed no inclination to permit anyone

else to do so. except that the police

are always expected to prevent men

or women offending against the laws
of decency.

It is not our .intention to lend fur- j

ther aid and comfort to those who ap appear
pear appear to derive so much pleasure from
discovering indecencies and signs of
demoralization in the garb of modern

women. Usually it is a subject which
this paper believes is best treated by

silence. However, the last issue of
the Tourist News carries an article
by Mayor Pulver which we recom recommend
mend recommend to our readers. It dispels any
current notion that St. Petersburg's
mayor has found the bathing suit in incident
cident incident altogether a jesting matter and
sets forth some sane and far from
frivolous opinions worth thinking
over. They disclose a wholesome and

thoughtful point of view and a desir

able idealistic tendency. Mayor Pul Pulver
ver Pulver writes in part:
"If the men and women of the
period from Pericles to Christ should
appear on our streets, or on our bath bathing
ing bathing beaches, in the simple and meager
raiment which sufficed for their needs,
our Purity League would have heart
failure from, the shock, if it is sincere
in its convictions.

"The men: and women of that time
found a loose flowing robe or a simple
tunic, which permitted the pores of
the skin, as important as the lungs in
respiration, to function that their
blood might be pure and healthy.
"Around the warm waters of the
Gulf of Mexico will develop in the
future a civilization greater and
nobler than that of ancient Greece.
"God did not give us this perfect
climate, this continuing sunshine, this

responsive soil, without anticipating
that it would be tenanted by the' per perfect
fect perfect human race from whom will
spring a conception of life which will
be an inspiration to all the future
ages. This will be impossible until
we recognize the necessity of health,
a prime factor in which is the discard discarding
ing discarding of unnecessary clothing and per permitting
mitting permitting our bodies the advantages of
the pure air and sunshine.
"Had I the power to make rules and

enforce them on our bathing beaches

I would make it necessary for the
mothers of these girls now so freely
criticized, to-bathe in the saline wa

ters of Tampa Bay and the Gulf of
Mexico with, as much of their body

exposed to the life-giving sun and air
as true modesty would endure. It is

only because j of prudery we have in inherited
herited inherited from our far northern ances

tors who covered their bodies to keep

out the cold, that we retain in this
climate the clothing that smothers us
and enfevers our blood, and endangers
our morals.


Tax Assessor Colbert, who was one
of the several county assessors to re refuse
fuse refuse to obey Tax Equalizer Dawson's

mandate to make an arbitrary raise of

Marion's taxes, has received a letter
from Mr. Dawson, telling him that in

line with action toward other coun counties
ties counties the demand on Marion will be re reduced.
duced. reduced. Mr. Dawson asks Mr. Calbert

to go to Tallahassee, to confer with
him over the situation. It's the Star's
opinion that the legislature, with its
usual sapiency, created Mr. Dawson's
office without any idea how he was
going to fulfill its requirements. Mr.
Dawson is probably doing the best he
can, but the Star has never yet been

able to understand how he could do

Mr. Colbert- Saturday received the
following additional letter from Mr.
Tallahassee, April 29..
Mr. W. L. Colbert, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: I have just received your

letter of the 2Gth, and note what you,
say about the tax situation generally
in your county.
I am disposed to cancel the order
regarding Marion county's personal
property, but I should like to ask you
to give me your .views regarding the
equalization of real property in your
county when your average assessment
per acre is only $7.46. I have rlever
been over the county myself, but I
have always understood that Marion
county was one of the best in the

Citrus county on the south of Mar

ion has an average per acre of $5.03,

Sumter county also on the south has

an average of $5.43, Lake county
$6.63 and Volusia $5.35. If Marion

county s realty were raised lu per
cent, the county would still be lower

considerably than these bordering
counties' which are practically of the

same class as your county.

Like yourself, I am trying to be

fair to all counties, but I cannot rec

oncile my idea of fairness when there

is this existing difference between the
average assessment of Marion county
and the bordering counties of the

same class.

I should like to have a frank state

ment from you regarding this matter.

Yours very truly,
Marion L. Dawson.

(Evening Star May 1, 1902)
Mrs. F. L. Watson who has been

visiting her former home in Jackson

ville has returned home.

Mr. W. K. Zewadski went to the an annual
nual annual May Day picnic at Oxford and
on special invitation addressed the
Miss Iva Standley who has been
visiting Miss Christine Cook in
Brooksville has returned home.
Miss Julia Wells who has been
sick for some time is out again.

Squire Newsom, father of our pop popular
ular popular Dr. W. V. Newsom, celebrated his
55th birthday yesterday.


Announcement by Bricklayers and
After May 1st, in order to stimulate
building in Ocala, we will voluntarily
reduce our wages from $1 per hour to
85 cents.- George Edmonson.
James Murray.
3t Eugene Crosby.


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Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 1, 1912)
Mr. Brace Meffert has sold a Ford
car to Mr. J. C. Pillans of Electra.

Mrs.. R. C. Camp and children who
left Ocala Sunday will sail for -Dresden
Wednesday. They will be joined
later by Mr. Camp and will probably
remain abroad for a year.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. Hocker are

in the city. Judge Hocker as a mem

ber of the supreme court resides in

Tallahassee but he has never given up
his Ocala citizenship, and is in town

especially to vote.

In an article in the Saturday Eve Evening
ning Evening Post ,.of. last week, Kenneth
Roberts has told a string of half
truths and several lies about Miami
in particular and Florida 'in general.
Now, let the Florida papers ignore it.
If Kenneth Roherts' or any other
writer of the present day was one one-tenth
tenth one-tenth of one. per cent as much of a
success as Miami is, he'd bust his gall


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"When we all learn the lesson these
young men and women of today are

teaching us by discarding unnecessary
clothing the novelty will have ceased,

and our boys will cease to mate with

women physically deficient to the det detriment
riment detriment of the race, because of the
concealing possibilities of a too well
clothed body and our women will re

gard a young man of immature bodily

development and blotched skin with

loathing and disdain and unfit to sire
the great American of the future. In
that glorious age, art, science, music

and philosophy will replace the dollar

mark as the insignia of true great

lh woiufiii who can iool; a mouse in
th" eye vi:i:out l!!!erin usually
luakes au awful good liusLund.

Says the Lake Worth Leader:
"Tampa and Miami are in the throes

of evangelistic meetings. The two
evangelists on the job belong to the
school that preaches a real old-fash

ioned hell. They bring this hell up on
the platform, wave it and shake it,
and then point their fingers at those
who play cards, play at dancing, play
at picture shows. And the queer thing
about it is how a scared civilization
will dig up ten thousand for one of
these sensational hawkers of religious
wares and at the same time let its
home minister go threadbare."

You'll find all kinds of Western and

Florida meats served under sanitary

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Editor Benjamin says that he al

ways destroys, when sober, everything
that he has written while drunk, and
we wonder, if that is why the Ocala

Star comes out so often without those

delightful paragraphs. The Tarpon

Springs Leader.

We don't know about the delight-

fulness of the paragraphs, Friend
Leader, but we will tell you in strict
confidence that it has been over two
years since we have been able to col collect
lect collect at one time enough material for

a souse. We are informed it is not

so scarce down your way.

Will show many examples of our skiL
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ate 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
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There is a disturbance in Britfsh
surgical schools because one big hos hospital
pital hospital won't allow women to study.

There are, say the men students, some
demonstrations and treatment that it

is unthinkable should be witnessed by
a mixed class of men and women. The
women are kicking fiercely against the
rule, and we guess the men will get
over being modest after awhile.

The only objection we can think of
against the removal of the state capi capital,
tal, capital, is that it might bring Tummus
Appleyard that much nearer South
Florida. Heavings forbid! Moore
Haven Times.
Old Tom is a pretty good guy. If
he could be salvaged from that Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee ring, he might go to heaven


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aDd Consolidated Grocery Company except the Automobile
Accessory Department of the latter Company, will be
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the present representatives of the two Companies.
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The bus. mgr. of this sheet is of an
economical turn of mind. He says so
long as we receive daily twelve to
twenty-five envelopes full of fake oil
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the government and plans to elevate

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Best story ever icriitcn hy
"PeUyaima." "JtutDadJ."
"Daum." elk.
And there's another man that comes
to the parties and teas ; oh, of course
'there are others, lots of them, married
men with wives, and unmarried met
with and without sisters. But I mean
another man specially. His name Is
Harlow. He's a little man with a
hrown Dolnted beard and biz soft-
brown eyes. He's really awfully good
looking, too. I don't know what h
doe3 doj bu he's married, I know
that. He never brings his wire, though ;
but Mother's always asking for her,
clear and distinct, and she always
smiles, and her voice kind of tinkles
like little silver bells. But Just the
same he never brings her.
He never takes her anywhere. 1
heard Aunt Hattle tell Mother so at
. the very first, when he came. She
said they weren't a bit happy together,
and that there'd probably be a divorce
before long. But Mother asked for
her'Just the same the very next time.
And she's done it ever since.
I think I know now why she does.
I found out, and I was, simply thrilled.
It was so exciting! You see, they
were lovers once themselves Mother
and this Mr. Harlow. Then something
happened and they quarreled. That
was Just before Father came.
Of course Mother didn't tell me this,
nor Aunt Hattle. It was two ladies.
I heard them talking at a tea one day.
I was right behind them, and I couldn't
get away, so I just couldn't help hear hearing
ing hearing what they said.
1 They were looking across the room
at Mother. Mr. Harlow was talking
; to her. He was leaning forward in
; his chair and talking so earnestly to
' Mother; and he looked just as If he
thought there wasn't another soul In
the room but just they two. But
Mother Mother was Just listening to
, be polite to company. Anybody could see
; that. And the very first chance she
j got she turned and began to talk to a
; lady who was standing near. And she
never so much as looked toward Mr.
! Harlow again.
! The ladies In front of me laughed
then, and one of them said, with a llt llt-j
j llt-j tie nod of her head, "I guess Madge
Desmond Anderson can look out for
herself all rigjit."
Then they got up and went awa
I without seeing me. And all of a sud-
! den I felt almost sorry, for I wanted
! them to see me. I wanted them to see"
j that I knew my mother could take care
of herself, too, and that I was proud
f of it. If they had turned IHI have said
; so. But they didn't turn.
i -1 shouldn't like Mr. Harlow for a
! father. I know I shouldn't. But then.
! there's no danger, of course, even if
j he. and Mother were lovers once. He's
1 ot a wife now, and even if he got a
j divorce, I don't believe Mother would
j choose him.
I But of course there's no telling
which one site will take. As I said
before, I don't know. It's too soon,
anyway, to tell. I suspect It isn't any
more proper to hurry up about getting
t married again when you've been un
married by a divorce than it is when
you've been unmarried by your hus husband's
band's husband's dying. I asked Peter one day day-how
how day-how soon folks did get married after
a divorce, but he didn't seem to know.
Anyway, all he said was to stammer:
"Er yes, miss no, miss, I mean,
I don't know, miss.
Peter is awfully funny. But he's
nice. I like him, only I can't find out
much by him. He's very good-looking,
though he's quite old. He's almost
thirty. He told me. I asked him. He
takes me back and forth to school ev every
ery every day, so I see quite a lot of him.
And, really, he's about the only one I
can ask questions of here, anyway.
There isn't anybody like Nurse Sarah
used to be. Olga, the cook, talks so
funny I can't understand a word she
says, hardly. Besides, the only two
times I've been down to the kitchen
Aunt Hattle sent for me, and she
told me the last time not to go any
more. She didn't say why. Aunt Hat Hat-tie
tie Hat-tie never says why not to do things.
She just says, "Don't", Sometimes it
seems to me as if my whole life had
been made up of "don'ts." If they'd
only tell us part of the time things
to "do," maybe we wouldn't have so
much time to do the "don'ts." (That
sounds funny, but I guess folks'll know
what I mean.)
Well, what was I saying? Oh, I
know about asking questions. As I
said, there isn't anybody like Nurse
Sarah here, I can't understand Olga.
and Theresa, the other maid, is just
about as bad. Aunt Ha.tfie's lovely,
but I can't ask questions of her. She
isn't the kind. Besides. Lester's al-
ys there, too; and you can t discuss
familv affairs before children. Of
course there's Mother and Grandpa
Desmond. But questions like when
it's proper for Mother to have lovers
I can't ask of them, of course. So
there's no one but Peter left to ask.
Peter's all right and very nice, but he
doesn't seem to know anything that
I want to know. So he doesn't amount
to so very much, after all.
I'm not sure, anyway, that Mother'll
want to get married again. From lit little
tle little things she saxs J rather euess she

ssc-ss i cilia k much ot marriage, iny-
ay. One day I heard her say to
Aunt Hattie that It was a very pretty
theory that marriages were made in
Is.'aven, but that the real facts of the
case were that they were made on
earth. And another day I heard her
say that one trouble with marriage
was that the husband and wife didn't
know how to play together and to rest
together. And lots of times I've heard
her say little things to Aunt Hattie
that showed how unhappy her mar marriage
riage marriage had been.

But last night a funny thing hap happened.
pened. happened. We were all in the library
reading after dinner, and Grandpe
looked up from his paper and sai!
something about a woman that was
sentenced to be hanged and how t
whole lot of men were writing letters
protesting against having a womai
hanged; but there were only one oi
two letters from women. And Grand
pa said that only went to prove how
much more lacking in a sense of fit
ness of things women were than men
And he was just going to say mor
when Aunt Hattie bristled up ani
tossed her chin, and said, real indig
nantly :
"A sense of fitness of things, in
deed I Oh, yes, that's all very well
to say. There are plenty of men, no
doubt, who are shocked beyond any anything
thing anything at the idea of hanging a woman ;
but those same men will think noth nothing
ing nothing of going straight home and mak making
ing making life for some other woman so ab absolutely
solutely absolutely miserable that she'd think
hanging would be a lucky escape from
something worse."
"Harriet !" excluimed Grandpa in a
shocked voice.
"Well, I mean it I" declared Aunt
Hattle emphatically. "Look at poor
Madge here, and that wretch of a hus husband
band husband of hers!"
And Just here is where the funny
thing happened. Mother bristled up
Mother I and even more than Aunt
Hattle had. She turned red and then
white, and her eyes blazed.
"That will do, Hattie, please, In my
presence," she said, very cold, like Ice,
"That Will Do, Hattie, Please, in My
Presence," She Said, Very Cold, Like
"Dr. Anderson is not a wretch at alL
He is an honorable, scholarly gentle gentleman.
man. gentleman. Without doubt he meant to be
kind and considerate. He simply did
not understand me. We weren't suited
to each other. That's all."
And she got up and swept out of the
Now, wasn't that funny? But I
just loved it, all the same. I always
love Mother when she's superb and
haughty and disdainful.
Well, after she had gone Aunt Hat Hattie
tie Hattie looked at Grandpa and Grandpa
looked at Aunt Hattie. Grandpa
shrugged his shoulders, and gave his
hands a funnv little flourish ; and Aunt
Hattie lifted her eyebrows and said:
"Well, what do you know about
that?" (Aunt Hattle forgot I was In
the room, I know, or she'd never in the
world have used 'slang like that!)
"And after all the things she's said
about how unhappy she was I" finished
Aunt Hattie.
Grandpa didn't say anything, but
Just gave his funny little shrug again.
And it was kind of queer, when you
come to think of it about Mother, I
mean, wasn't it?
Well, Tve been here another whole
month, and it's growing nicer all the
time, I 'Just love It here. I love the
sunshine everywhere, and the curtains
up to let It in. And the flowers in the
rooms, and the little fern-dish on the
dining-room table, the books and mag magazines
azines magazines just lying around ready to be
picked up; Baby Lester laughing and
singing all over the house, and love lovely
ly lovely ladies and gertleroen In the drmv-ing-room
havinsr music and tea and
little cakes wh.u I come home from
school in the afternoon. And I love
it not to have t look up and watch
and listen for fenr Father's coming in
and Til be making a noise. And best
of all I love Mother with her dancing
eyes and her laugh, and her just be;
lng happy, with no going In and find
ing her crying or looking long and fix-
edly at nothing, and then turning to
me with a great hi sigh, and a "Well,
dear? that ust makes you want to
go and cry because it's so hurt and
heart-broken. Oh, I do just lore It
And Mother la happy, n sure she

is. sonreBoay is doing something for
her every moment seems so. They
are so glad to get her back again. I
know they are. I heard two ladies
talking one day, and they said they
were. They called her "Poor Madge,"
and "Dear Madge. and they said it

was a shame that she should have
had such a wretched experience, and
that they for one should try to do ev- j
erything they could to make her for forget.
get. forget. And that's what they all seem to he
trying to de to make her forget.
There Isn't a day goes by but that
somebody sends flowers or books or
candy, or Invites her somewhere, or
takes her to ride or to the theater,
or comes to see her, so that Mother
is in just one whirl of good times from
morning till night. Why, she'd just
have to forget. She doesn't have any
time to remember. I think she is for forgetting,
getting, forgetting, too. Oh, of course she gets
tired, and sometimes rainy days or
twilights I find her on the sofa in her
room not reading or anything, and her
face looks 'most as It used to some sometimes
times sometimes after they'd been having "one of
their incompatibility times. But I
don't find her that way very often,
and it doesnt last long. So I really
think she Is forgetting.
About the prospective suitors I
found that "prospective suitor" in a
story a week ago, and I just love it.
It means you probably will want to
marry her, you know. I use it all the
time now In my mind when fin
thinking about those gentlemen that
come here (the unmarried ones).. I
forgot and used it out loud one day
to Aunt Hattie; but I shan't again.
She said, "Mercy!" and threw up her
hands and looked over to. Grandpa the
way she does when Tve said something
she thinks is perfectly awful.
But I was firm and dignified but
very polite and pleasant and I said
that I didn't see why she should .act
like that, for of course they were pro prospective
spective prospective suitors, the unmarried ones,
anyway, and even some of the married
ones, maybe, like Mr. Harlow, for of
course they could get divorces, and
"Marie!" interrupted Aunt Hattie
, then, before I could say another word,
or go on to explain that of course
Mother couldn't be expected to stay
unmarried always, though I was very
sure she wouldn't get married again
until It was perfectly proper and gen genteel
teel genteel for her to take unto herself an another
other another husband.
But Aunt Hattie wouldn't even listen.
And she threw up her hands and said,
"Marie!" again with the emphasis on
the last part of the name the way I
simply loathe.- And she told me never,
never t let her hear me make such a
speech as that again. And I said I
would be very careful not to. And
you may be sure I shall. I don't want
to go through a scene like that again
She told Mother about It, though, I
think. Anyhow, they were talking very
busily together when they came into
the library after dinner that night,
and Mother looked sort of flushed and
plagued, and I heard her say, "Per "Perhaps
haps "Perhaps the child does read too many
novels, Hattie."
And Aunt Hattie answered, "Of
course she does!" Then she said some something
thing something else which I didn't catch, only
the words "silly" andv "romantic" and
"pre-co-shus." (I don't know what that
last means, but I put It down the way
It sounded, and I'm going to look It
Then they turned and saw me, and
they didn't say anything more. But
the next morning the perfectly lovely
story I was reading, that Theresa let
me take, called "The Hidden Secret,"
I couldn't find anywhere. And when
I asked Mother if she'd seen it, she
said she'd given it back to Theresa,
and that I mustn't ask for it again.
That I wasn't old enough yet to read
such stories.
There it is again I I'm not old
enough. When will I be allowed to
take my proper place In life? Echo
answers when.
Well, to resume and go on.
What was I talking about?
know the prospective suitors.
Oh, I
Hattie can't hear me when I just write
it, anyway.) Well, they all come just
as they used to, only there are more
of them now two fat men, one slim
one, and a man with a halo of hair
round a bald spot. Oh, I don't mean
that any of them are really suitors
yet. They just come to call and to
tea, and send her flowers and candy.
And Mother isn't a mite nicer to one
than she is to any of the others. Any Anybody
body Anybody can see that. And she shows
very plainly she's no notion of pick picking
ing picking anybody out yet. But of course
I can't help being interested and
It won't be Mr. Harlow anyway.
Tm pretty sure of that, even If he has
started In to get his divorce. (And
he has. I heard Aunt Hattie tell
Mother so last week.) But Mother
doesa't like him. I'm sure she doesn't.
He makes her awfully nervous. Oh,
she laughs and talks with him seems
as if she laughs even more with him
than she does with anybody else. But
she's always looking around for some some-tody
tody some-tody else to talk to; and Tve seen her
get up and move off just as he was
coming across the room toward her,
and I'm Just sure she saw him. There's
ci other rti.son, toe, why I think Moth Mother
er Mother isn't going to choose him for her
1' -er. I I -ard sr-inethinjr sh- said to
(Continued Tomorrow)
YouH find all kinds of Western and
Florida meats served under sanitary
conditions at a first class market.
Come around and see our window.
Eagle Meat Market, 122 South Main
street, phone 74. 28-t


Packer's Checks


Star Publishing Company
PhOxNe 51 f Ocala, Florida.


Negotiable Storage Rtipta Issued on Cotton, Automobile. Etc

This ne
gum de
It melts in your
mouth" and the.

center remains to aid digestion,
brighten teeth and soothe mouth
and throat,
There are the other WHIG LEY

friends to choose from, too:

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51


f J



Phone 296
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
f tence in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
cum in the

.v..-., v.-.


C. ft Roberts & Co.

Motor Equipment jj
Residence Phone 305 g
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway g

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.


Mr. T. J. Williams, who has been
quite ill for the past three weeks, is
now rapidly convalescing.




Mrs. Bailey of Sanibel is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. C. S. Cullen-
Mr. and Sirs. Harley Marsh of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa spent Sunday in Ocala with relatives.

The Saturday evening suppers, giv given
en given by the Methodist ladies in the base basement
ment basement of their church, have become

quite an item on the town's menu

card. They serve the best of food at

reasonable prices, and, as the tables

are generally patronized by people

well acquainted with each other, the

suppers also take the form of social
meetings. The dining room opens at

six o'clock every Saturday evening

and is kept open .and busy until eight.

Go around there next Saturday eve evening,
ning, evening, and if they don't treat you right
you may kick us.

? ? ?? ? 2 ?

Dr. James Chace returned to his
home in Jacksonville yesterday after
a short stay in Ocala with his sons;
Drs. J. E. and Henry Chace.

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and daugh daughter
ter daughter Margaret left in their car yester yesterday
day yesterday for Jacksonville. They go espe especially
cially especially to attend the Galli Curci con concert
cert concert tonight.

"YU strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy

ours and you will learn what pure ice I

really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
your requirements.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

Mrs. M. E. Robinson of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who has been attending the D.

A7 R. convention the past week, en
route home stopped in Greensboro,

where she was met by her son Mr. E
E. Robinson, and together they re

turned to Jacksonville the last of the


The regular meeting of the Busl

ness and Prfessional Woman's Club

will be held tomorrow night at the
club rooms at eight o'clock. It is

hoped that there will be a full attend attendance
ance attendance as there is important business to

be transacted. There will also be

initiation of new members.

Mr. Tobe Bracken has recently
taken Mr. Robert Van Osten's place

in connection with the Apaha Hotel

Company and will have his office in

the R. S. Hall building.

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 friends of Mrs. Robert Marsh
will be sorry to hear that she has
been ill for several days and hope that

she will soon be recovered.

Messrs. Holmes Walters and Will

iam Camp returned last night from a

pleasant trip to. Jacksonville.

The better you care for
wjj your eyes the better

your eyes wui care tvi

Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Socialist


The Citizens' Bank of Dunnellonj
Saturday, made an additional affidavit j
before Judge Futch, alleging that!
their defaulting cashier, Ernest Tur-
nipseed, had at various times appro-'
priated sums aggregating six thou-
sand dollars, in addition to the thou-
sand dollars named in the first affi- I



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(RATES under this heading are aa

follows: Maximum of six lines one time

zac; three times ouc; six timed toe; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg

ular advertising accounts.

covered by Sheriff Thomas, who found
out where his auto was and kept a
watch -on it. Turnipseed sent for the
auto, and the sheriff promptly sent
the Washington police a request for
his arrest.
Turnipseed, when arrested, was
preparing to start a dairy near Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Yonge Sage are the

proud parents of a fine son, born yes

terday morning at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Sage. This young man
is the first grandson in the family of

Mr. Charles Sage and he is receiving
the warmest kind of a welcome. Mr.

Yonge Sage and family will make
their home in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs.

C. K. Sage for the next few months,
as he will be one of the extras in the

office of the Western Union, during

the rush season. v

The Kialto Cafe has been moved 1
two doors south of its former location j

on South Magnolia street,' where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving

meals or a la carte orders. fQuick
Service and Reasonable Prices,' cur
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and

night. Regular dinner served from

12 to 3. Up-to-!ate dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables dailv.

iS-tf JOHN METRIE. Pron.

FOR SALE 20 acre farm on hard

road and bordering on fine lake;
beautiful home site. Address Box
13, Candler, Fla. It

LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Five passen

ger Hupmobile, five passenger Ov

erland, five passenger Kline car. All

in fair condition; $175 and take

your pick. Spencer-Pedrick Motor

Co., Ocala, Fla. 5-1-tf

FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap

ply 212 Orange avenue 28-tf

WANTED To buy hewn heart long

leaf pine ties. Please communicate

with us promptly. Georgia- Florida

Pine Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 28-6t

Mrs. W. T. Huckaby and daughter
Willie, have returned fro a pleasant
week-end spent with the former's
parents Mr.ind Mrs. R. F. Merritt,
who live near Lake Butler.

v We have just opened
our Auto. Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the1 third
floor, and our equipment
is in shape .to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line.
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen eha))le
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Qui ol Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8

Mrs. B. L. Skipper and children of
Zolfo, arrived in Ocala Saturday to
spend a few days with Mrs. Skipper's
mother, Mrs. Robert Marsh.

The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Horace
Harold at 4 o'clock. Don't fail to
bring your united offering boxes as
thfuy will be opened at this time.

FOR SALF. Fine fresh milk and two

nice Jersey- heifers. See C. A. Hoi
loway, or phone 378 at noon. 27-tf

FOR SALE Jersey cow and five

months Jersey heifer calf. A$ply

T. P. Drake, city. 27-6t

;We are now churning daily and

have butter and buttermilk every day.

Phone94. Marion County Creamery. 3t

Wc are. now churning daily and

have butter and buttermilk every day.

Phone 94. Marion County Creamery.

Nsw Jantzen national swimming

suit-i for ladies and men. Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf


- i
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

VUit .ae Teapot S&Z Serve Grocery.
Is a beudty you w:i like it. tf

For prompt prescription work phone
No. 11. Bittjng's Drug Store. 25-tf

STRAYED White and black 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

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.

I a beauty you will like it. tf

Miss Louise Gamsby who has been

attending the meeting of the State
Library Association in Tampa, return

ed home Sunday. Miss Gamsby, who

has been the popular librarian of the

Ocala library ever since it was opened
six years ago, is not only well known

in Ocala but throughout the state in j
library work, and in public recogni recognition
tion recognition of her ability and service, Miss
Gamsby was chosen president of the
state library board. Miss Gamsby is
well versed in this line of work and
she will fill the position with credit.
The librarians, about fifty of whom
were at the meeting, were royally en entertained.
tertained. entertained. They were banquetted,
taken for auto rides and entertained
at various teas, and a glowing account
of Tampa's hospitality was taken
home by- each. Miss Gamsby was the

special guest of hoonr at a beautiful
luncheon at the Martha Washington
tea room, given her by Mrs. Jake

Frank D. Pedrick, formerly proprietor of the Crescent Grocery
Co., is now with Mr.'F. W. Cook He will be glad to have the
pleasure f seeing his friends at this place, and assures them the
iame courteous and prompt service.

COOK'S MARKET phone 243

The body of little Margaret Chris Chris-tensen,
tensen, Chris-tensen, who died in this city Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, left yesterday on the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard limited for Ogden, Utah, where
interment will take place. Mr. and
Mrs., Andrew Christensen, parents of
the little girl, accompanied the re remains.
mains. remains. Sam R. Pyles & Company had

charge of the funeral arrangements.

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


Mrs. Frank Thompson of Lakeland
left yesterday for her home, having
spent the past week in Ocala with
Misjs Mary McDowell. Mrs. Thompson
was formerly Miss Nellie Gottlieb,
one of Ocala's popular young ladies,
and during her stay here she was
complimented with several social affairs.

Mrs. Joe Gordon of Jacksonville,
who has been yisiting her sister Mrs.
E. H. Martin, for the past two weeks,

i returned home Saturday.

Mrs. Robert Clark after a short
visit in Ocala with her sister Mrs. J.
R. Dewey, left Saturday for Tampa.
Mrs. Clark was en route home from

YouH find all kinds of Western and j Kansas City, Kan., where she has been

Florida meats served under sanitary j with-her son Mr. Harry Clark, who
condition at a first class market. ', has been very ill in a hospital there.
Come around and see our window, j He is now improving and expects to
Eagle Meat Market, 122 South ,Main go to Tampa this week to recuperate
street, phone 74. V 28-6t iat the home of his parents.

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


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

Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
pirriiit court in and for Marion county.

Florida, dated Airil 3rd. A. D. 1922, In

a certain cause wherein Farmers Gin

and Mill Company, a Florida corpora

tion, is plaintiff, and feunset njrate ana
T.nmhsp Mills, a Florida corporation, is

defendant, I have levied upon and will

on N.
Monday, June 5th, A. D. 1922,
the Kamf hpiTisr a lesral sales day. dur

ing- the legal hours of sale, offer for

sale the lot on which tie aeienaani
formerly operated a crate mill at Sum-

merfield, Florida, ana sen to tne nigu
et ji-nrf hst hiddr for cash the follow

ing described personal property, located
at Summerfleld. Marion county, Florida,

1 anvil; 1 BF Sturtevant Xo. S1079D;

i Hnmn part: 2 steam engines, 1 -Mer

rett clipper; 5 lots of coil piping; 1
Morrstt lathe: 1 vice: 1 unnamed lathe:

i boiler and stock; various lots of 'boiler

flues: 2 steam pumps; 11 various Kina.s

it,- machines: 1 lot of DVDin? and

fittings; all shafting, pulleys and boxes':

Said property to be sold to satisfy

said execution and costs.
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.

PlaintifTs Attorney.
(Above property may be inspected at
Summerfleld. Florida, by applying to
Mr. Nathan Mayo). o-l-Mon

Country cured hams sliced at the

Main Street Market. Phone 108. IS

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Ts a beauty you will like It. tf

Mrs. A. E. Delouest and brether

Mr. John Halligan and sister Miss

Margaret Halligan, who have spent

the winter in Ocala, in the John Pas

teur cottage on East Adams street,

left vesterday for their home m

Rensselaer, Ind. Through the benefi

cence of Mrs. Delouest the rectory of
the Church of the Blessed Trinity re received"
ceived" received" some very beautiful and rare
old furniture which will be prized not

only for its usefulness but as a re remembrance
membrance remembrance of this kind lady who, al although
though although an invalid for many years, is
always doing good.

U-Serve Bulletin

We Have Some of the Biggest Bargains
of the Year Thiough a For Fortunate
tunate Fortunate Purchase

$1.60Mp?jJ!-.-' 25c

Carton of 24 bars Wool
Soap, per carton

(See prices 83-89 Lndi-.s E)ine

15 oz. Welch's
Grapelade, per glass
5 oz. Welch's, Plumlade,
per jar


18 oz. can Franco-American Spaghetti
in Tomato Sauce, per 1 P.

f J


After you have tried one can we will
sell you a dozen f Cf
for. y 1 .OU

If you want a quart or pint of
Marocala ice cream, phone 14. Bit-

ting's Drug Store. 25-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Anthony of
Lake City were among the out of
town visitors spending Sunday in
Ocala. Mr. Anthony is a former
Ocala boy and he was busy renewing
acquaintance with his friends.

Telephone Orders Amounting to Five Dollars
or More Will be Put Up and
Delivered Free v
PHDNE 195'


Five-passenger Hupmobile;
Five-passenger Overland;
Five-passenger Kline car.
All in fair condition.
$175 and take your pick.
5-1-tf Ocala, Fla.


Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala will at

jthe meeting thereof to De neia in xne
I city hall on the 2nd day of May, A.
ID. 1922, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock
!p. m., consider bids for the construc construction
tion construction of sidewalks and curbs in said
city as follows: m
On Main street approximately 4 01
square yards of sidewalk.
' On Sanchez street approximately
886 square yards of sidewalk and ap approximately
proximately approximately 3374 lineal feet f curb.
The details, location and specifica specifications
tions specifications for said sidewalk and curb being
now on file in the city clerk's office
of said city. All bids shall be sealed
and shall be filed with the clerk of the
eity of Ocala five days before the
said meeting of the city .council.
This 27th day of March, A. D. 1922.
H. C. Sistrunk,
Mch 27-Apr 3 7 10 17 24 City Clerk.

Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxford Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Mar-Vet.
Vet. Mar-Vet. Phone 108. 13


We, the undersigned plasterers, deny

positively having anything to do with
the announcement published in the
Star of Saturday. We have not been

asked by the bricklayers to consider

any changes as to the wage scale, as
we are satisfied with it and do not
expect the bricklayers to adjust wages
for us, the plasterers..
D. Frank Norman.
Jake Rice, Plasterers.
Eugene Crosby, Bricklayer. 2t

. Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market; Phone 158. 22-tf






We wish to extend thanks to the people of Ocala for the splendid j

support given our Market Department which has now been open.

short time. A perfect delivery system, 100 sanitary conditions,

combined with first class goods, is our slogan. M. H. NAIF.

Western Steaks, 30c, 35c, and 38c 1
Florida Steaks, 22c, 25c and 28c
Mutton Chops, 34c; Mutton Shoulders, 18c r
1 pound box Sliced Bacon, 47c






Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel


Ei -I--. 1 is

i it


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

tion until used. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies churches and
others using ice cream in qusjff'T
who want the best and purest and Jl-'
most efficient service. Special terms
upon request. ; i


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