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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Thursday. TEMPERATURES This morning, 65; this afternoon, 85.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:40; SefcC 7:07. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 105
THE CITY COUII
Marshal Gordon, Clerk SLstrunk And
Other Officers Re-elected At
Last Night's Meeting
(L. T. I.)
The entire membership of the city
council, the mayor, the city manager
and the city attorney were at the
meeting Tuesday night.
Dr. W. P. Wilson, representing the
Metropolitan Realty and Investment
Co., asked the council to lower the as assessment
sessment assessment on block 64. This is the
property that was sold at auction re recently,
cently, recently, situated at the end of Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue. Mr. F. W. Ditto spoke
in favor of a lower assessment in view
of the fact that other property close
by was rated much lower. The mat matter
ter matter was referred to Mr. Pedrick as a
committee to investimate and report
at next meeting.
Mr. Baxter Cam asked the council
to reduce some sidewalk paving certi certificates
ficates certificates that the city holds against his
property on Dougherty street. Mr.
Cam and the city attorney say that
Mr. Cam had a man on the job to put
down this sidewalk a id the city let a
contract to another man. Mr. Cam's
man was to do the work on a back
debt and he would have saved that
much. Mr. Cam now wants to pay
the city the cost of the material used
in the sidewalk but not for the work.
City Attorney Hocker advised that
this claim was a just one and the
matter was referred to the city man manager
ager manager to determine what the material
would have cost at that date. Mr.
Cam also asked to redeem some tax
certificates without paying back inter interest.
est. interest. This request was refused.
Mrs. Perdue appeared before the
council in the interest of the humane
society. Mrs. Perdue stated that she
had heard much complaint about the
way the city s force ot pound men
handled the cattle and other animals
they were taking to the pound. She
preferred charges against a negro
that she said was called "Cow Boy,"
for whipping a goat until it could not
stand up and then stamping it into
the ground and also made bitter
charges against the mounted police police-mart
mart police-mart for using his whip. She charged
that he not only whipped the cows un-
mercifully in driving them to the
pound but that he also beat them after
they were shut up, and charged that
he drove one cow down into the rail railroad
road railroad cut and caused it to break its leg
and then left it there for three days
until some one forced him to go there
and shoot it. The council took no ac action
tion action on these charges.
Mr. C. G. Rose asked that the coun council
cil council give the baseball association spe special
cial special police at the ball game. Referred
to Mayor Peek.
Mr. E. P. Townsend appeared with a
petition from people living in his
neighborhood asking that two streets
be opened up through the Townsend
property, to-wit: Alvarez from S. 8th
to S. 10th and S. 10th from Orange
avenue to Alvarez. Mr. Townsend
wants to sell this property the city
for $1000 an acre. This matter was
referred to the street committee and
Manager Brumby to report at the next
meeting of the council.
The Ocala Auto & Garage Co. re requested,
quested, requested, in a written communication,
that it be allowed a share of the city's
garage repair and sales business, and
offered a 10 per cent cut on all tires,
tubes and accessories that the city
bought from it. Mr. Brumby said that
it was his intention to divide the city
business among all the merchants and
he was already trying to do it, but he
was not yet familiar with the lines of
goods carried by each, and was work
ing along that line.
Mr. JrM. Meffert sent in a letter
demonstrating that he was over over-assessed
assessed over-assessed on city property. He listed
his small amount of household goods,
his automobile, his dwelling and then
drew a comparison with his neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, Gerig, Osborn, Jack, Clarence,
Clifton and William Camp on their
assessments and showed where he had
nothing compared to their property
and yet was assessed on par, or nearly
so, with them.
The Florida Knitting Mill requested
that its supply of power and lights
be cut off for a period of sixty days
while the plant was not in operation.
This brought up a discussion as to
whether the city could afford to do
this. If the transformers are up they
use current whether the knitting mill ;
is using it or not and it will cost con-
siderable to take them down and re-
place them at the end of sixty days.
It was referred to the city manager to
see whether it would be cheaper for
the mill to pay for re-installation or
to pay the minimum rate while closed.
The report of the rest room showed
894 registered guests and seventeen
out of state guests.
The report of the city health officer
showed that the milk from the Painter
dairy was the richest 'and the milk
from the Thrash dairy the cleanest
last month. Dr. Watt was present,
and after, reading his report the coun council
cil council asked if he had any recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations to make as to the city's sanitary
conditions. Dr. Watt said that since
Mr. Brumby had taken charge the im
provement had been so marked and
was still going on at such a rapid
rate that he hesitated to ask anything
more, but that if there was any one
thing that he wanted' the city to get
after it was the mosquito. He outlined
a simple plan for the sanitary depart
ment to carry out in making this pest
scarce in Ocala. Dr. Watt called at attention
tention attention to a case of typhoid fever in
North Ocala and mentioned that
the house where this case is located is
not connected with the sewerage sys system.
tem. system. Mr. Brumby remarked that we
had in North Ocala a $25,000 sewer
age system and to the best of his
knowledge there have been only three
connections made with it to date.
Plans are being made to hasten the
connection with the sewerage system
After applications were read to fill
the various city offices the follownig
were elected: City attorney, F. R.
Hocker; tax collector and treasurer,
W. W. Clyatt; clerk, H. C. Sistrunk.
None of the foregoing had any opposi opposition
tion opposition but the position of fire chief was
applied for by both Elwood Raymond
and H. S. Chambers. Mr. Chambers
was unanimously elected. Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent of light and water plant, L. B.
McKenzie, and chief of police, Henry
Gordon, also without opposition.
Bids were opened for sidewalks on
North Main and North Sanchez
streets. Mr. Cecil R. Scott had the
lowest bid and was awarded the con contract.
tract. contract. Ordinances were introduced for the
paving of S. Main stret from Fort
King to South Second with asphalt
blocks by the city and for the paving
of Orange street from S. 8th to the
hospital with an 8-inch lime base, 18
feet wide, covered with a two-coat
Tarvia treatment, this work also to be
done by the city. These ordinances
were both recommended for second
Mr. Brumby asked the advice of the
council relative to the parking on
various streets. The street depart department
ment department is now painting lines on various
streets to indicate where parking is
allowed. It was agreed that there
should be no parking on the east side
of Main street between Broadway and
Fort King, on the north side of Fort
King between Magnolia and Osceola
and on the south side of Fort King
from Osceola to Alvarez street. These
parking rules are indicated by white
lines. Where you see no parking stalls
marked off you are not allowed to
park. In addition to this method, no
parking" signs are to be placed where
they may be easily seen.
Mr. Brumby has secured for his files
a complete plat of all the real estate
owned by the city.
A telephone, paid for by the city,
and placed in some central location in
the Tucker Hill settlement for use as
a fire alarm was suggested but it was
decided that it would be cheaper to
install some sort of an electric alarm
there connected with the fire station
This brought about the question of a
regular fire alarm system for the en
tire city and Mr. Brumby was in
structed to get prices on the Gamewell
fire alarm system.
Mr. H. A. Fausett asked that the
council use a Tarvia or oil street on
Broadway west of the S. A. L. cross crossing
ing crossing because the property owners out
there are not able to pay for perma
nent paving. The council told him to
get the property owners to sign a pe
tition to that effect for if it pleased
the owners of property ther it would
suit the council to use that money on
some other street.
Mr. Goldman offered the council
$1100 for the pound lot on West Fort
King and his offer was accepted. This
sum is to be paid, $100 cash, $500 in
September 1922 and $500 in December
1923, with interest on deferred pay payments.
ments. payments. Mr. Goldman recommended the set settlement
tlement settlement with Mrs. Zora Mclver for
some tax liens on a basis of a $2500
valuation and that the city accept
$290.75 for the "redemption of these
certificates. It appears that thb prop property
erty property was assessed too high and this
adjustment is made on a basis of a
j more equitable assessment.
The Ocala lodge K. of P. did well at
, the Grand Lodge meeting at Orlando,
Two of its members. Dr.. J.' H. Dunn
and George Howell received certifi-
cates of efficiency for expounding the
secret work of the order to new mem members,
bers, members, each having a high percentage.
These and other important matters
that came before the Grand Lodge
were described in full at the Monday
night meeting of No. 19 by Delegates
Sage and Rilea.
Of Yesterday was a Busy as Well As
John H. Taylor became president of
the Ocala Rotary Club at its regular
luncheon Tuesday. To the retiring
president, Harry Borland, the club
gave a rising vote of thanks and ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the work done by him
during the year. President John in
taking up the gavel urged upon the
members of the club the importance
of attendance upon luncheons. He in
particular asked that the boys' work
committee carry out the plans of the
club for a survey of the boy life of the
city, and the plan to provide a fund
with which to aid deserving boys who
desire to go to college. The other of officers
ficers officers who assumed office Tuesday were
Will Gary, vice president; John L. Ed
wards, treasurer; Charlie Simmons,
sergeant-at-arms, and Louis H. Cha-
zal, secretary, and John Neighbour,
Harry Borland, Jake Gerig, Carl Ray,
Ben Rheinauer and Carl Rose, direc directors.
tors. directors. The club elected John Taylor dele delegate
gate delegate to the international convention
at Los Angeles, and Ben Rheinauer,
alternate. The Ocala club will be well
represented at Los Angeles. Those
who will attend will be Rotarian and
Mrs. John Taylor, Rotarian and Mrs
Shep Scott, Miss Mamie Taylor, Ro
tarian and Mrs. Hugh Henry and Ro
tarian Ben Rheinauer.
President John Taylor had as his
guest at Tuesday's luncheon Mr. Rob
ert Allen Burford.
The following petition and signa
tures is the result of the work of the
Business and Professional Woman's
We, the undersigned business firms
of Ocala, realizing:
1. That the long continued sum
mer makes "it necessary that we and
the people living here have more time
for recreation and rest;
2. That the Thursday afternoon
holidays in the past have proven
boon and a blessing in health, in town
spirit, in better business to the town
as a whole, as well as to ourselves;
3. That we and our co-laborers
have worked better and more faith
fully for having had this half-day
each week during May, June, July,
August and September;
Therefore, we, the undersigned
agree that during the months of May,
June, July, August and September, on
each Thursday afternoon to close our
place of business at 1 o'clock p. m
and to give ourselves and the people
who work for us a half holiday, be
ginning with May 4th, 1922:
Frank's, Inc., Theus Bros., Pasteur
& Brown, Marion Hardware Company,
George MacKay & Co., Carter's Bak
ery, F. W. Cook, Marion County Ab
stract Co., Parker & Guynn, The Elite
Shop, Affleck Millinery Parlor, C. A
Rahme, H. A. Waterman, The Court
Pharmacy, Weihe Company, Gerig's
Drag Store, LaDonde Cleaning Co.
E. T. Helvenston, J. F. McCrory Co.
L. Toffaletti, H. B. Masters Co., the
Phillips Drag Co., J. Malever, Guar
antee Clothing & Shoe Co., Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, E. C. Jordan &
Co., Clarkson Hardware Co., B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, C. V. Roberts & Co., Eagle Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Co., Royal Cleaners, H. S. Min-
shall, The Book Shop (June), O. K
Teapot Grocery, Eagle Grocery Co
Main Street Market, S. M. Hodges, J
Chas. Smith, Ocala Gas Co., John G
Bowden, Charles McLucas, Jake Gold
man, U-Serve Stores (5), Bitting's
Drug Store, T. W. Carter, J. G. Will
iams, L. J. Blalock, G. C. Greene, F,
W. Ditto, Fishel's, Nichols & Cobb
Miss Rena Smith.
Knemauer & t;o. have not signed
the petition, but Mr. Ben Rheinauer
says their store will close if the others
do. It is probable that the barber
shops will put off closing until June
as the trucking season is in May, dur
ing which time the town is full o
commission and railroad men, who re
quire the service of barbershops al
most as much as they do hotels.
Hemstitching and pecoting done on
short notice. All work guaranteed
We furnish the thread. Singers and
ether makes of machines for gale. We
carry needles, oil and parts for
sewing machines. All repair work
guaranteed. Phone 502 green.
CardweH Sewing Machine Co,
1-tf 31T N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla,
LAKE CITY TEAM
L 11 LL I
Good Game Will Open the Season
At Hunter Park Tomorrow
(L. T. L)
The games scheduled with Rollins
College to open the baseball season in
Ocala had to be cancelled because the
Rollins team was unable to make the
trip. Secretary Bryant and President
Rose kept the wires hot yesterday in
an effort to schedule some other games
for this .week and found Lake' City
with open dates. Lake City will play
three games here Thursday, Friday
The ball park is in good shape now
and the team is showing up well. The
practice yesterday indicated that we
have a jam-up infield. Taylor an
nounced the following line-up in bat batting
ting batting order to be used in the first
game: Taylor, ss; Brooks, lb; Lid-
dell, cf; Van Landingham, 3b; Woods,
f; Overstreet, c; Harris, rf: Harold
Smith, 2b; Boswell, p. Leavengood,
Stephens, Home, Brennan, Eddington
and Kirk Smith, substitutes. This
ine-up will be used in tomorrow's
game but is not final. Several of the
men playing the bench tomorrow will
be given a place on the team in other
games in order to give them a try-
Taylor is going good this year. He
snoops them up from the grass and
drags them down from the sky in
regular form. His hitting does not
seem to 'be as strong as it might but
game or two will tell better than
practice. Joe Brooks is as good at
the first end of this season as he was
the last of the 1921 season. His mit
a tar bucket and he is strong with
the willow. Jimmie Liddell nuf'sed
He bats left-handed now).
Van Landingham, the recruit from
Rollins, is playing third and he surely
plays that sack like an old-timer. Van
has the stuff. IH leave it to you
Come look him over and if he isn't the
red hot stuff the drinks are on me.
Harry Woods is in the outfield this
year, not because he isn't a good catch
er, but because the management wants
him to hit the old apple on the nose,
Harry still drives the hot ones along
the third base line. Overstreet is try
ing out for catcher. He played with
Winter Garden during part of last
year and has played with Rollins. He
has a good peg and catches a good
game. If he will connect with the
pill consistently he may rest assured
that he is hired.
Harris at bat. My gosh! See 'that
boy hit! The old timer still has some
two-baggers up his sleeve. Harold
Smith looks good on second. He is
one of our high school boys and has
played ball all over the county. He
is as fast as greased lightning and
hits well. Kirk Smith, our other sec
ond baseman, has some real stuff in
him but his job is interfering with
baseball. It is sincerely hoped by all
the fans that he will be able to ar
range his work so that he can at
least play with the team on the home
diamond. Kirk is a real second base
Boswell beat Yale. Watch him put
the hooks to Lake City. Leavengood
is trying for right field this year. He
is judging flies well and hits consist
ently. Stephens is also out for the
right garden and is a catcher of no
mean ability. Norman Home has the
stuff in his arm this year. He is
real pitcher, iddington is a new
local pitcher. He will work in one of
the three games with Lake City and
we will see what he has. Joe Bren Brennan
nan Brennan is trying for first and has a base
ball head worth a lot to the team.
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
(L. T. L)
The 1922 baseball season opens to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon when Lake City
crosses bats with Ocala. Through the
courtesy of the management, all the
school children will be admitted to this
game free of charge. In addition to
making: this concession the baseball
association has issued season tickets
for school children. These tickets will
be on sale at the Monroe & Chambliss
Bank with Dick Stroud and at the
Court Pharmacy; also at the ball park
during games. The price will be $5
and will admit school children from
the ages of 10 to 18. Those under 10
years of age will be admitted free if
accompanied by an adult.
The city has finished laying water
mains and installing new fire pings on
Oklawaha avenue to Torrey street and
is now engaged in putting ina larger
main down North Main street to the
union station plaza. This increase in
the size of the Main street main will
give much better fire protection to
the manufacturing concerns in that
section. As soon as the new main is
laid on Main street the work of pav paving
ing paving will be commenced and rushed to
DEMONSTRATION THIS WEEK
AT THE BOOK SHOP
The Book Shop, which is the place
to find so many pretty things, is now
an interesting place for those who are
interested in the artistic Miss Tur
ner, a special representative of the
Dennison Paper Co, is demonstrating
the many uses to. which crepe paper
can be put, making many fancy and
beautiful things. .The demonstration
commenced this morning and will con
tinue through Saturday. No one
would believe that such pretty and
useful things could be made. The
fashion has come into vogue of wear
ing beads, and many sizes, colors and
shapes of beads can be made by those
who learn to fashion them from crepe
paper and sealing wax. Miss Turner
is an artist in her line and it will be
well worth the time of any one to go
and watch er at work.
B. AND P. W. CLUB
The regular business meeting of the
Business and Professional Woman's
Club was held Tuesday night at the
club rooms, and was interesting as
well as profitable. Five new members
were added to the club, and the follow following
ing following were initiated: Mrs. Blanche
Thompson, Miss Meta Jewett, Miss
Dixonia Roberts and Miss Dixie Pil Pil-lans.
lans. Pil-lans. The state convention of the B. and
P. W. Club will be held in Orlando
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
next week and Ocala will probably
sena a good delegation, the regular
delegates from the local club being
Mrs. T. C. Carter, Mrs. Susan, Ellis,
Miss Margaret Taylor, Miss Onie
Chazal and Miss Rhoda Rhody.
City Manager Brumby and his crew
are doing fast work on the paving on
bouth Second street. Laying the bnck
began at 8:30 this morning, and at
noon was more than half done. Mr.
Brumby says the street will be ready
for use by tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. R. L. Davis of Tampa,' who
manuiactures the brick and has sup supplied
plied supplied the city with it on favorable
terms, was present, watching the
work. The bricks certainly look good.
Another section of the street force
is preparing North Main street to lay
eight-inch water mains, twice the size
of those which have been in use. Re
vising the water main system of the
city is to be carried out as fast as pos
Brumby is certainly a hustler.
PAY POLL TAX THIS
IS THE LAST WEEK
Tax Collector Stripling asks the
Star to impress on voters the neces necessity
sity necessity of immediately paying their poll
taxes if they want to vote in' the pri
mary. This is the last week.
Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
It is with sincer regret that the
Star learns of the serious condition of
one of Ocala's most beloved women,
Mrs. B. A. Weathers. Mrs. Weathers
has been a patient sufferer for many
weeks and had gradually been grow growing
ing growing weaker until last night all hope
for her recovery was abandoned, and
her children from a distance were
summoned. Mr. .Benjamin Weathers
of Jacksonville, Mr. Stephen Jewett
of Savannah and Mr. GeorgeFord of
Jacksonville, arrived yesterday and
last night and Mr. Neil Weathers of
New York arrived this afternoon.
Mrs. H. A. Ford and Miss Emily
l Stotesbury, who have been enjoying a
pleasant visit with the former's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Ralph Birdsey in Macon,
have returned home.
Miss Turner, a special representa representative
tive representative of the Dennison Paper Co., will
be pleased to see any one interested in
the making of paper articles at THE
BOOK SHOP. 6-3t
Dont fail to see Miss Turner make
beads of Dennison's crepe paper and
wax at THE BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
WILL HOT ARRIVE
Owing to "Unforseen Circumstances"
Landing of Eighth Infantry At
Savannah Put Off
Washington, May 3. (Associated
Press) 1 he war department today
notihed Senator Harris of Georgia
mat because of unf orseen circum circumstances,'
stances,' circumstances,' the return v of tne Eignta
United fetaies iniantry from the
ithine, scheduled ior the latter part
oi this month,' Has been indefinitely
postponed. The troops were to have
landed at Savannah and a Home com
ing celebration was being planned.
TREASURY IN DANGER
h oi the second time in three months
firemen early today battled with fire
on the roof of the treasury which for
a time assumed menacing proportions
as the flames leaped high in the air.
lhe nre was discovered about 1:45.
Treasury officials estimate the loss at
GIVE WOODRUFF GANGWAY 1
The House rules committee today by
a six to live vote decided to give priv privileged
ileged privileged status to the Johnson- Woodruff
resolution, mailing for a congressional
investigation of the charges of alleg alleged
ed alleged laxity in prosecution government
claims arising from war contracts and
the settlement thereof.
LAKE WALES VOTED
TO LIFT THE LID
Lake Wales, May & (Associated
Press). Citizens here yesterday by a
vote of two to one decided to lift the
lid on the Sunday restrictions which
prevailed last -year. Under the old
city ordinance it was impossible to
buy a soft "drink on Sunday. L. M.
Kramer was elected mayor.
I CONFLICT AT KILKENNY
Kilkenny, Ireland, May Z By the
Associated Press) Sharp fighting
with machine guns rattling in all di directions
rections directions is in progress here today.
Free State troops trying to recapture
Ormond Castle, still held by irregu irregulars
lars irregulars who yesterday were driven out of
other places they had captured.
MAX MAY LOSE MATHILDE
Paris, May 3 (By the Associated
Press). Max Oser, surprised at the
failure of Mathilde McCormick, his
fiance, to answer his cable messages
and disappointed because she did not
apepar in Zurich last month when he
expected her, according to a Zurich
dispatch to the Herald, declines to dis discuss
cuss discuss reports of an estrangement with
A part of the street force under
direction of Policeman Holloway has
been painting marks to govern the
parking of autos on the principal
streets. The marks are made at
geometrical angles, and it will not
take the. antoists long to hit the right
slope, even in the dark.
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby who has been in
Ocala the guest of the Misses Gamsby,
expects to leave Friday for her home
in Washington. Mrs. Gamsby has
many friends in Ocala, her former
home, and her visits are always en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet at the armory this evening
at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is de desired.
sired. desired. The hostesses for the evening
are Mrs. Edward Drake, Mrs. Harry
Dozier, Mrs. Norton Davis, Mrs.
Charles Simpson and Miss Meme Da Davis.
vis. Davis. .-
A demonstration of Dennison crepe
paper articles is being held at THE
BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
' Mrs. Bowiey, who has been the
guest of Mrs. H. W. Henry, expects to
leave Friday for her home in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va, She will be accompanied
by Miss Eloise Henry, who will spend
the summer with her. Miss Kate
Scott, Mrs. Henry's aunt, who makes
her home here in the winter, will also
leave at the same time to spend the
summer in Virginia with relatives.
Miss Turner is demonstrating at
The Book Shop the making of paper
flowers, hats, dresses, lamp shades
and other useful things. 5-St
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j Mrs. Turner, the lady candidate for
supervisor oi registration, says of her
two opponents that Alex. Stephens
should go to-the legislature and Jack
McCully should be in Congress. She's
after their votes. Well bet either one
of them will promise to buy her a
nice Christmas present if she will
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If prohibition ever prevails in Eng England,
land, England, the tight little isle will no longer
Pay your poll tax by five o'clock
Saturday" afternoon, if you want to
vote in the 'primary.
A state" library is a great necessity,
and it should be located with the state
university at Gainesville.
, Judge Futch says the marriage
drouth is worse than the weather
drouth. "Both 'will break, Judge.
Grand "jury will be" in session next
-week'ahd is reasonably certain to
"recommend several citizens for Rai-'fordr
' Baseball begins tomorrow. Go to
see the 'game. America will always
be partly prepared so long as its
young men play baseball.
Tomorrow will be the first half half-holiday'
holiday' half-holiday' of the season, and' the clerks
and other workers are looking for
ward to it with much "pleasure.
Since changing the marriage ritual
has 'become the "fashion, why not
make itread "Till death or divorce do
us' part" instead of-the -present forni?
Dispatch from Ireland the other
day said something about a fight im impending1'
pending1' impending1' Kilkenny. Seems to the
Star vJike the entire island is a Kilkenny.-
It looks ,very much like Marion
is going, to have to finish the Dixie
highway herself. This being the case,
it is time for the citizens to demand
of the county commissioners that they
put in a competent county engineer
and abandon the antiquated and
wasteful district gang system.
The name of Darwin? like" those of
Euclid, Archimedes and Galileo, -will
live for ages in the Tecords of history
and science, but the children of the
school children of today won't know
that William J. Bryan ever was.
The Sinn Fein and the Free Staters
are in an Irish stew.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star May 3, 1902)
Mr. John Anderson, superintendent
of the Dr. Fakes place, has a splendid
field of tomatoes that are putting on
fruit most promingly.
What a blessing -was the cooling,
dust-laying shpwer .that sprinkled us
this afternoon and it will be worth
thousands of dollars .to the truckers.
The little hail that fell did no damage
Mrs. O. M. Eaton is out again after
a ten days', illness.
Mr. and. Mrs. J. B Sutton and son
Johnnie left today for their new home
at Terra- Ceia.
R. E. Yonge Jr and family left today.-
for their, new home in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mr. Yonge has a position with
the. Fkwida Electric Company.
C. Rheinauer left 'today for iNew
York to buy goods and to take a much
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star. May 5, 1912)
Miss1 Louise Rentz entertained about
forty of her little' friends this after after-noon.
noon. after-noon. this? being her birthday.
' Miss Sara Davis entertained a very
charming party, this imorning at the
home of her aunt; Mrs. George T.
Maughs,K complimenting the Misses
DeCottes of Jacksonville, and ? Miss
Ruth Trice'of Tarapa.v-
Lieut.-Col.'Geo.AiNash, Capt.; John
Graham,; Capt. Joseph 1 Bell and Lieut.
Leitner left this taorning for St. Au Augustine,'
gustine,' Augustine,' where theyrwill take a course
of instruction or officers.
The board of public instruction in I was present and agreed to accept the
and for Marion county met thi3 the I contract, to give bond and see that the
4th day of April 1922, in regular ses- work was completed as prescribed,
sion with W. T. Gary, chairman, C. AttoraeyMarfifiwsnceaiiito-con-R.
Veal and A. J. Stephens present sultation and-he agreed that same
and acting. Minutes of the last regu-1 could be done. The board voted to i
lar and special meetings were read 1 transfer the contract as requested
and approved. I Board adjourned until 2 o'clock in
Mr. F. E. Smoak presented his bill I the afternoon. The board reconvened
for the transportation of pupils from! at two o'clock -with all members pres
Flemington to Fairfield for the last lent and acting. '-Meeting was called
and seventh month of school. As this I to order- at 2:25 and,the bids opened
last month was to be paid from the J for sale of the Anthony bonds. Bids
Oak Hill district, Mr. Smoak was I were received from -the Hanchett
asked to get the signature of another Bond Company, W.' L." Slayton Bond
trustee. ICo., the Bank of Duninellon and a bid
The superintendent read a commu-lfor one bond from Sid Whaley
nication from Mr. M. Rigdon of the The" bid of the Bank Of Dunnellon
Linadale district, making a bid of $10 at 101 was accepted, on motion of Mr.
for the old school house at East Lina- Veal,' and tarried by unanimous vote
dale. Superintendent was asked to of the board. Total' issue selling" for
take the matter up with the other I $10,100
trustees. I Bid for 'the building of the Union
Mr. J. M. Goins came before the! school house1 was" opened, sphere being
board and stated that the patrons but one bid, from W." H. Little of
south of Ocala who had been coming Cordele,; Ga j for1 $6900. The board
by truck to the Ocala school were agreed it was 1 too high' and Tef used
willing to pay for a large part of same. wAfter'discttssidn it was agreed
their transportation and asked the to employ Mr. B. F. Mints of Anthony
board for $13 per month for two to build the house, provided satisfac-
months;. that they were willing to Itory arrangements eould be made with
donate to the board $37 per month fori him.
defraying fhe balance of the expense J Petitions from the Fort McCoy and
of the truck. The amount of $26 was I Kendrick districts for extension; of
appropriated from the general school! those districts were" presented as ad
fund for this truck. Jvertised. Moved by Mr. "Veal i and
Mr. J. E. Willett, principal of the! carried that petitions be taken up at
Dunnellon school, came before the! next regular meeting.
board and in a general manner dis-1 Board thereupon' adjourned.
For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14. Sitting's Drug Store. 25-tf
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We are now making a high grade of CREA!HEIiY
BUTTER each day. Try a pound todayyour ?m6ri
& ey back if you don't find it fresh and pure. Drink
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H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
THE PRESBYTERIAN rMEETING
cussed the plan of putting in junior
high school work in the Dunnellon
school so as to care for the seventh
and eighth grades for nine months in
the term rather than eight.. It was Last nSght we had a. great sermon
decided to let the matter stand until on the home life, -when-Mr Deckemby
another meeting and then take it up I discussed the homes of our country
for full discussion. I from a palace "on tne Hudson to a
Holly Menchan and Nathaniel Ipiano box faf the -slums, und children
Tolmes asked, that board allow them versus poodle' dogs.
to widen the school house and cover! The facts "were brought- out :in a
the same at Magnolia at their ex- very pleasing manner -with' many
pense. Kequest was granted. iwuiy uiusirauuns ana -was a very
Mr. G. W. Neville presented thec.leart conception of what it means to
local hiiu nf tbA nnnnpiinn schni live m tne environment or. a cnnstian
If you want "a good' seat- tonight
come on time,' as' there are t quite a
number of us who' J go to prayer
meeting. Especially 3 when we have
one of God's silver-tongued orators to
listen to. E.! J. Collier,
Clerk Board of Deacons
Seems to be an idea that the office
of supervisor of registration is a
snap. .Three candidates out for it al-
, ready and -a fourth (a lady) reported
ready to. announce.
That recent marriage in an airplane
did jiot-differ. from most other mar marriages
riages marriages in the essentials. The contract contracting,
ing, contracting, couple,'- like many other young
folks, were ,up in the air, and eventu eventually
ally eventually came back to, earth.
At a store where we buy often, but
in small amounts (for( we havent
i much j money), ; we .apologized the
other day,: f or .being so much trouble
The -following pupilscof the gram gram-marsand
marsand gram-marsand high schools- maintained an
average of 95 in attendance, 95 in
punctuality 90 in deportment and 90
in each subject for the seventh month
which 'ended 'April "21: :
-Highi4, Room"!:' Mary Newton
Green-Vevie Halsel Irene Gilmore,
Orfie fMelin,! LawrencecEdwards, Don Donald
ald Donald Abbott, James Carter, Roger
High 4, Room' 2: Vernon Whaley,
Charley Lovett,Thoinasi Carter; Alvin
Chacer Charles? Blankenship, Baxter
Cam, Truman Parker, Eliz Atkinson,
Elsie Burnett,"Jessie Mae" Godwin,
Ruby Hales, Thelma Knoblock,i Flora
McKay", Evelyn MfcDavid, Mar jorie
Pickefrell, Katie Lou' Rivers, Martha
Taylor, Janie Thrash.
.Low 5: Mae Walters, Leslie Drig Drig-gers.
gers. Drig-gers. x
High r 5: -Walter 'Preer, Frances
Ballard, Gladys Peebles.
Low r Eliz -Dickson, Mary Trox Trox-ler,
ler, Trox-ler, 'Marguerite Condrey, 1 William Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Paul Theus, Henry Chace,
High 6, Room 1: LilHan Leak,
'High 6, "Room 2: 1 Kingman Moore.
1 Room-2;' Low 7: Leroy Carroll, Em Em-metf
metf Em-metf Hogan.
Higfr 7: : Dora1; Burnett, Lucile
Horne; Lucretia Hocker, vAmy Long,
Martha Preer,-4 Dolly Potter, Babette
Peyser, Mamie 'Sue" Spencer, Johanna
Tobfeske,' Frances1 1 Drake.
High : Paul Ashorth, H. M.
Baxter,- James Hardee, Pinckney
Clements, -' Myra Baxter, Margaret
Chace, Louise 5 Clements, Margaret
Dalzell,' MauiSe Gary;- Marie Snokden,
Mabel Tobleske, Lucy 1 Stanley..
9th Grade: "Emily Billings, Augus Augusta
ta Augusta Holt,' Clara Hegan, Wyhonah 4 Ran Randall,
dall, Randall, iWillma Shepard, Gleo Smith.
10th 'Grader Marjorie Burnett,
Karl Henderly, Zelle Martin' Lena
12th Grader Irene Cam, Edith Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Wilson 'Pierce, -Eliz Wether-
bee,' Arline Krohn, Clara RicketsoiL
, A youuir ft-Her, ontemplatin matri-'
vuiony, .should. renn'mter that a young
pal's bifty 1cm skin" fttt have nothin
to do ,witb th" uiakiug of digestible
Visit tae Teapot Bell Serve Grocery
U a beauty you will like it- !. tf
Country cured hams sliced at the
I Main Street Market. Phone 108. -13
i Mr. J. S. Martin came before the
board and staled that the people of
Moss Bluff had asked him to come
before the board and state that they
were dissatisfied with the location of
the Union school house. The board
advised with Mr. Martin on the loca location
tion location of the site, stating that they had
carefully studied the whole territory
and had taken much time locating
same and that htey felt that it was
best situated from every angle of the
district,' that the geographical center
would place the school out of any
community and thus by itself and that
as yet no reasons had been brought
upon the 'board why it should be
changed from the present site.
Mr. J. W. Boyer, one of the trus
tees of the Weirsdale school, called
and stated that their school house was
in very bad condition brought about
by moving it by the state road depart
ment, and discussed the building of
a new building.
The Messrs. Knoblock came before
the board and objected to the petition
as advertised to enlarge the Kendrick
district, taking them into that district.
It was agreed by those present and
the board 'to strike out sections 16
and 17 which would leave them out of
At this time the board took up the
notice that had bee.n advertised for
the last five weeks as required by law,
asking for bids for the purchase of
the Reddick special tax school district
bonds. There were two bids, one from
the W. L. Slayton Bond Co. and one
from Mr. S. L. Fridy of Reddick. The
board went into executive session and
W. L. Slaytons agent withdrew his
bid, leaving Mr. Fridy's bid of 85, al
lowing the matured coupons, which
would be three from each bond, to be
clipped. After due-consideration and
upon recommendation of the trustees
of the Reddick district. Mr. A. J.
Stephens moved that Mr. Fridy's bid
be accepted. Same was carried. The
bonds to be delivered to Mr. Fridy as
soon as printed.
Teachers reports and sundry bills
vrt-re examined and those in proper
form were ordered paid.
Bank account and warrants were
examined and checked.
Board ordered warrants Nos. 5763
to 5912, inclusive, drawn to pay sun
dry expenses and teachers salaries.
Coupon warrants Nos. 106, 107, -09
and 77 were presented with the re
quest foT renewal. Same granted
Following warrants were ordered is issued
sued issued in their place: No. 135 to Miss
Cora Griffin, for Nos. 108; No. 136 to
Mrs. E. J. Cardy for No. 77; No. 137
to Miss Effie Sherwood for No. 106;
No. 138 to Mrs. Mary T. Sherwood for
No. 108; No. 139 to Miss Jesiyn
Sherwood for No. 107.
Board thereupon adjourned.
A special meeting of the board was
held April 18th with all members
present and acting.
Mr. Simmons of W. W. Simmons &
Co., contractors for the Anthony
school building, stated that he had
failed to make financial arrangements
of his own sufficient to carry thru his
contract and asked the board to trans-
Complete' line of luggage -and ward
robe trunks. Agent t for Indestructo
trunk. Guarantee Clothing A Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D 19-tf
in the last day or two? It can't be beat. Phone 94
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
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LONG DISTANCE MOYm
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Hemming Park for a front
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ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
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J. 'E. KAVAN.AUGH
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jj which the good Maxwell
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OCALA, FLORIDA Phone 376
OCALA EVENING STAB,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1322
Geo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
A. E. GERIG
Carolina La7. Got So She Could
J.:si DraS. "CardYi BoHtlh
Up," Site Declares.
Kcmersville, N. C. Tn an Interest Interest-In?
In? Interest-In? Ktatement regarding Cariul, the
Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, of
near here, recently said: "I have
known Cardui for years, but never
knew its worth urtil a year or bo ?.go.
I was in a weakened, run-down con condition.
dition. condition. I became draggy didn't eat or
Bleep to do any good; couldn't do any anything
thing anything without a great elfort I tried
'different remedies and medicines, yet
I continued to drag.
"I decided to give Cardui a trial,
and found it was just what I reallj
needed. It made me feel much strong stronger
er stronger soon after I began to use it. I be began
gan began to eat more, and the nervous,
weak feeling began to leave. Soon I
was sleeping good.
"Cardui built me up as no other
tonic ever did.
"I used Cardui with one daughtei
who was puny, felt, bad and tired out
all the time. It brought her right out,
end soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We think there Is nothing
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. You may find
It just what you really need. For
more than 40 years it has been used by
thousands and thousands, and found
Just as Mrs. Mabe describes.
At your druggist's. NC-142
To Paving Contractors
Sealed proposals will be received by
the city of Ocala, Fla., until 1:30 p.
m. on May the 18th, 1922, for the im improvement
provement improvement of eertain streets by grad grading,
ing, grading, paving, curbing and otherwise
improving. The city council will sit
ai una buue iui yui iusc vpcxiuig
and publicly reading any and all pro proposals
posals proposals regularly submitted.
This improvement comprises about
50,000 square yards of paving and the
streets to be improved are those desig designated
nated designated by ordinance passed and approv approved
ed approved the 18th day of April, 1922.
A certified check in the amount of
two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) made
payable to the city of Ocala shall ac accompany
company accompany each proposal as a guarantee
of good faith on the part of the bidder.
Location maps, plans, profiles and
specifications will be on file at the city
hall, Ocala, Florida, and at the office
of J. W. Turner, engineer, Lakeland,
Florida, for examination and inspec inspection
tion inspection on and after the 8th day of May.
Copy of specifications containing pro proposal
posal proposal sheet may be obtained by de depositing
positing depositing five dollars ($5.00) therefor,
which amount will be returned when
the proposal is submitted.
Proposals shall be sealed and ad addressed
dressed addressed to H. C. Sistrunk, city clerk.
.The city council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids; to let a contract
that in their opinion is to the best in interest
terest interest of the city of Ocala; and to cur curtail
tail curtail the improvement at such time and
to such extent as the funds available
for this improvement may require.
By order of city council.
Dated at Ocala, Florida, this the
18th day of April, 1922.
E. H. Martin,
President of City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk. 4-19-4t-Wed
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skili
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
iesigns will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
Best story tw vortiUn by
ELEANOR H. PORTER
It was heaps of fun to be grown up
and traveling alone! I sat back in
my seat and wondered and wondered
what the next six months were going
to be like. And I wondered, too, if
rd forgotten how to be "Mary."
"Pear me I How shall I ever re remember
member remember not to run and skip and laugh
loud or sing, or ask questions, or do
anything that Marie wants to do?" I
thought to myself. And I wondered If
Aunt Jane would meet me, and what
she would bo like. She came once
when I was a little girl. Mother said;
but I didn't remember her.
Well, at last we got to Anderson Anderson-ville.
ville. Anderson-ville. John was there with the horses,
and Aunt Jane, too. Of course I knew
she must be Aunt Jane, because she
was with John. The conductor was
awfully nice and polite, and didn't
leave me till he'd seen me safe In the
hands of Aunt Jane and John. Then
he went back to his train, and the next
minute it had whizzed out of the sta station,
tion, station, and I was alone with the begin beginning
ning beginning of my next six months.
The first beginning was a nice
smile, and a "Glad to see ye home,
Miss," from John, as he touched his
hat, and the next was a "How do
you do, Mary?" from Aunt Jane. And
I knew right off that first minute that
I wasn't going to like Aunt Jane Just
the way she said that "Mary,1 and the
way she looked me over from head to
Aunt Jane is tall and thin, and
wears black not the pretty, stylish
black, but the "I-don't-care" rusty
black and a stiff white collar. Hei
eyes are the kind that says, 'Tn sur surprised
prised surprised at youl" all the time, and her
mouth is the kind that never shows
any teeth when it smiles, and doesn't
smile much, anyway. Her hair Is some
gray, and doesn't kink or curl any anywhere;
where; anywhere; and I knew right off the first
minute she looked at me that she
didnt like mine, 'cause it did curl.
I was pretty sure she didn't like
my clothes, either. I've since found
out she didn't but more of that anon.
(I Just love that word "anon.") And
I Just knew she disapproved of. my
hat. But she didn't say anything--not
in words and after we'd attended
to ray trunk, we went along to the car carriage
riage carriage and( got in. My stars I didn't
suppose horses could go so slow. Why,
we were ages Just going a block. You
see Td forgotten; and without think thinking
ing thinking I spoke right out.
"My Horses are slow, aren't they
I cried. "You see, Grandpa has an
"Maryl" Just like that she inter interrupted
rupted interrupted Aunt Jane did. (Funny how
old folks can do what they won't let
you do. Now if I'd interrupted any anybody
body anybody like that I) "You may as well
understand at once," went on Aunt
Jane, "that we are not interested in
your grandfather's auto, or his house,
or anything that is his." (I felt as if
I was hearing the catechism in
church !) "And that the less reference
you make to your life in Boston the
better we shall be pleased. As I said
before, we are not interested. Besides,
while under your father's roof, It
would seem to me very poor taSte, In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, for you to make constant refer reference
ence reference to things you may have been do doing
ing doing while not under his roof.- The
situation is deplorable enough, how however
ever however you take it, without making It
positively unbearable. You will re remember,
member, remember, Mary?"
Mary said, "Yes, Aunt Jane," verj
polite and proper; bvt I can ten yon
that inside of Mary, Marie was Just
We didn't say anything more all the
way home. Naturally, 1 was not going
to, after that speech; and Aunt Jane
said nothing. So silence reigned su supreme.
preme. supreme. Then we got home. Things looked
quite natural, oniy there was a new
maid in the kitchen, and Nurse Sarah
wasn't there. Father wasn't there,
either. And, Just as I suspected, 'twas
a star that was to blame, only this
time the star was the moon an
eclipse ; and he'd gone; somewhere out
west so he could see It better.
. He isn't coming back till next week ;
and when I think how he made me
come on the first day, so as to get In
the whole six months, when all the
time he did not care enough about it
to be here himself, I'm Just mad I
mean, the righteously indignant- kind
of mad for I can't help thinking how
poor Mother would have loved those
extra days with her.
Aunt Jane said I was to have my
old room, and so, as soon as I got here,
I went right up and took off my hat
and coat, and pretty quick they
brought up my trunk, and I unpacked
It ; and I didn't hurry about it, either.
I wasn't a bit anxious to get down downstairs
stairs downstairs again to Aunt JanQ. Besides,
I' may as well own up, I was crying
a little. Mother's room was right
across the hall, and it looked so lone lonesome,
some, lonesome, and I couldn't help remember-
Just received fresh Spanish Mack Mack-eral
eral Mack-eral at City Fish Market. Phone
ing "how" different this homecocfing
was from the one In Boston, six
Well, at last I had to go down to
dinner I mean supper" and, by the
way, I made another, break on that. I
called it dinner right out loud, and
never thought till I saw Aunt Jane's
"Supper will be ready directly, she
said, with cold and icy emphasis. "And
may I ask you to remember, Mary,
please, that Andersonville has dinner
at noon, not at six o'clock."
"Yes. Aunt Jane," said Mary, po polite
lite polite and proper again. (I shan't say
what Marie said inside.)
We didn't do anything in the eve evening
ning evening but read and go to bed at nine
o'clock. I wanted to run over to Car Carrie
rie Carrie Heywood's; but Aunt Jane said
no, not till morning. (I wonder why
young folks never can do things when
they want to do them, but must al always
ways always wait till morning or night or
noon, or some other time!)
' In the morning I went up to the
schoolhouse. I planned it so as to get
there at recess, and I saw all the girls
except one that was sick, and one that
was away. We had a perfectly lovely
time, only everybody was talking all
at once so that I don't know now what
was said. But they seemed glad to see
me. I know that. Maybe 111 go to
school next week. Aunt Jane says
she thinks I ought to, when it's only
the first of May. She's going to speak
to Father when he comes next week.
She was going to speak to him
about my clothes; then she decided to
attend to those herself, and not bother
him. She doesn't like my dresses. She
came into my room and asked tp see
my things. My But didn't I hate, to
show them to her? Marie said she
wouldn't; but Mary obediently trotted
to the closet and brought them out
one by one.
Aunt Jane turned them around with
the tips of her fingers, all the time
sighing and shaking her head. When
Td brought them all out, she shook
her head again and said they would
not do at all not in Andersonville ;
that they were extravagant, and much
too elaborate for a young girl; that
she would see the dressmaker and ar arrange
range arrange that .1 had some serviceable
blue and brown serges at once.
Blue ind brown serge, indeed! But,
there, what's the use? I'm Mary now.
I keep forgetting that ; though I don't
see how I can forget it with Aunt
But, listen. A funny thing happened
this morning. Something came up
about Boston, and Aunt Jane asked
me a question. Then she asked an another
other another and another, and she kept me
talking till I guess I talked 'most a
whole half-hour about Grandpa Des Desmond,
mond, Desmond, Aunt Hattie, Mother, and the
house, and what we did, and, oh, a
whole lot of things. And here, Just
two days ago, she was tellingme that
she wasn't interested in Grandpa Des Desmond,
mond, Desmond, his home, or his daughter, or
anything that was his
There's something funny about
ONE WEEK LATER.
Father's come.'1 He' came yesterday.
But I didn't know it, and I came run running
ning running downstairs, ending with a little
bounce for the last step. And there,
right in front of me in the hall was
' I guess he was as much surprised
as I was. Anyhow, he acted so. He
Just stood stock-still and stared, his
face turning all kinds of colors.
"You?" he gasped, Just above his
breath. Then suddenly he seemed to
remember. "Why, yes, yes, to be sure.
You are 'here, aren't you? How do
ydu do, Mary?"
He came up then and held out his
hand, and I thought that was all he
was going to do. But, after a funny
little hesitation, he stooped and kissed
my forehead. Then he turned and
went into the library with very quick
steps, and I didn't see him again till
at the supper-table.
At the supper-table he said again,
"How do you do, Mary?" Then he
seemed to forget all about me. At
least he didn't say anything more to
me; for three or four times, when
glanced up, I found him looking at me.
But Just as soon as I looked back at
him he turned his eyes away and
cleared his throat, and began to eai
or to talk to Aunt Jane.
After dinner1 I mean supper he
went out to the observatory, Just as
he always used to. Aunt Jane said
her head ached and she was going to
bed. I said I guessed I would step
over to Carrie Heywood's; but Aunt
Jane said, certainly not; that t was
much too young to be running around
nights in the dark. Nights And it was
only seven o'clock, and not dark at
all 1 But of course I couldn't go.
Aunt Jane went upstairs, and I was
left alone. I didn't feel a bit like
reading; besides, there wasn't a book
or a magazine anywhere asking you
to read. They Just shrieked, "Touch
me not !" behind the glass doors in the
library. I hate sewing. I mean Marie
hates it. Aunt Jane says Mary's got
For a time I Just walked around the
different rooms downstairs, looking at
the chairs and tables and rugs all Just
so, as if they'd been measured with a
yardstick. Marie Jerked up a shade
and pushed a chair crooked and kicked
a rug up at one corner; but Mary put
them all back properly so there
wasn't any fun in that for long.
After a while I opened the parlor
door and peeked in. They used to
keep it open when Mother was here;
but Aunt Jane doesn't use It. I knew
where the electric push button was,
though, and I turned on the light.
Before I got the light on, the chairs
and sofas loomed up like ghosts in
their linen covers. And wba the
light did come og, 1 saw that all the
old shiver places were there. Not one
was missing. Great Grandfather An Anderson's
derson's Anderson's coffin plate on black velvet,
the wax cross and flowers that had
been used at. three Anderson funerals,
the hair wreath made of all the hair
of seventeen dead Andersons and five
live ones no, no, I don't mean all the
hair, but hair from all seventeen and
five. Nurse Sarah used to tell me
Well, as I said, all the shiver places
were there, and I shivered again as I
looked at them ; then I crossed over to
Mother's old piano, opened "it, and
touched the keys. I love to play.
There wasn't any music there, but I
dont need music for lots of my pieces.
I know them by heart only they're all
gay and lively, and twinkly-toe dancy.
Marie music I don't know a one that
would be proper for Mary to play.
But I was Just tingling to play some something,
thing, something, and I remembered that Father
was in the observatory, and Aunt Jane
upstairs in the other part of the house
where she couldn't possibly hear. So
I began to play. I played the very
slowest piece I had, and I played
softly at first; but I know I forgot,
and I know I hadn't played two nloceei
I Was Having the Best Time Ever,
and Making All the Noise I Wanted
before I was having the best time
ever, and making all the noise I want wanted
ed wanted to.
The Kialto 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
raotto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
t ear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
cannot be made better
Practically every dealer advertising candies' advertises them as
best. It is easy for as to advertise along these lines for the very
simple reason that candies cannot be better made than those we
stock. Made and packed by a house known for quality and purity
for many, many years. There's a" reputation behind the goods of
deliciousness in each case and there's pleasure in eating. Boxes of
all sizes, all assortments and all popular prices.
We carry a fall line of Norris Candy
'The Drag Sforc'ou the Square"
1 Packer's Checks 1
WE HAVE PACKERS CHECKS AND
PACKERS' TICKETS. CALL OR
PHONE US YOUR ORDER
Star Publishing Company
Phone 51 Ocala, Florida
. Night Phone SIS
Day Phone 47
When the Hour Glass of
Time Runs Its Course
There is no sympathy so helpful to a
family that is bereaved as thai of true
friends and no help so reassuring as
that of the good funeral director. Act-ing-
in your stead, he understand that
he must act in your spirit, performing
each task with the reverence and ten tenderness
derness tenderness with which your own hands
would perform it it they could. Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy which cannot too gracefully con conveyed
veyed conveyed toy words is revealed through txis
acts of service which bring the com comforting
forting comforting assurance that every attention
has been given with thoughtfulness
GEO. MACKAY & COMPANY
G. B. Overton, Director
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
OCALA EVENING STAR, wdSESDAY,' MAY Xi&'r
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j Five-passenger Overland;
Five-passenger Kline car.
All in fair condition.
$175 and take your pick.
We Close at One O'clock Every Thursday
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. Robert Hall, who was operated
i on at the' hospital Friday for appen appen-Idieitis,
Idieitis, appen-Idieitis, is doing well.
5-1-tf Ocala, Fla.
Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 22-tf
JUDGE THE QUESTION
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about iee? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
nafetv for every purpose. Let us fill
Ocalalcc & Packing Co.
The firemen's park by the fire hall
is prettier tnan ever, ana now tne
young folks do enjoy the new swing.
Saw a young couple in it last night,
but they didn't see us.
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. 28-6t
Mr. Edwin Gernant left yesterday
afternoon in his car for New York
city. Mr. Gernant has made his home
in Ocala for the past two years and
during that time has made friends
who will regret to learn that he will
remain in New York. Mr. Gernant has
splendid voice and during his stay
here added much to the enjoyment of
his friends and the public by his sing
ing. The best wishes of his friends
here go with him to his new home.
Mr. Stephen Jewett is in the city
from Savannah for a visit to his wife
and children, who are guests of Mrs.
Jewett's parents, Mr. -'and Mrs. B. A.
I Weathers. His Ocala friends, and they
are numerous, are glad to see "Stevie."
Youll find all kinds of Western and
Florida meats served under sanitary
conditions at a first class market.
Eagle Meat Market, 122 South Main
Come around and see our window,
street, phone 74. 28-6t
All kinds of pretty and useful
things are make from Dennison's
crepe paper, bee low tney are maae.
At THE BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
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 cuisinetis 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
We are now churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone 94. Marion County Creamery.
The members of the fire department
had a firstrata purlo Saturday night.
Alderman Pedrick furnished the ma
terials, the fireboys did the cooking,
and the result was certainly "golup-
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Miss Onie Chazal was hostess at the
i i.i i, a
icguiar weemy meeting ui iiic n
Club this week. There were three
tables of players, the club members
being joined by several guests. The
hostess served her guests with straw
berry shortcake with whipped cream
Miss Eloise Henry and Miss Meme
Davis received useful presents. Those
playing besides the club members
were Mrs. E. H. Martin, Miss Nettie
Camp, Miss Meme Davis, Miss Marian
Dewey and Miss Mary Burford.
Messrs. E. J. Nix of Jessup, Ga.
and Claude Nix of Brunswick, Ga., ar
rived in Ocala last night, having been
summoned here on account of the ill
ness of their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
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.
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
floor, and our equipment
is in shape to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line.
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen enable
US tO GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class ol Work
Out of Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
. Come on Thursday afternoon at
4:30 to the basement of the Methodist
church, where Miss Edith Griffin, Mrs.
W. P. Burhman and Rev. Lackemby
will tell stories to children. There
wil lalso be some music that tells
stories and some music that you can
see by Miss Byrd Wartmann. All
children and their parents are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
Dry statistics show the country not
I so dry as the statistics.
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg
ular -advertising: accounts.
WANTED 100 colored laborers in
" The Fashion Center
From 8:30 A. M. to 1:00 O'clock P. M. Only
81-90 Fine Quality Ready-Made Sheets, Regular $1.50
Not more than 4 to a customer
81-90 Dimity Bed Spreads, Worth $2.75, for
- Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
il Rill SCHEDULES
the citv of Davtona. Fla... for con- HO
crete ana aspnait paving, w ages !H:-":-:KTrKir.". .a-aawAaaawaxawv1
- i -- - -w.. .-r.r-
Liyz per nour, worKine ten nours
A MERCILESS JUDGE
FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
I hereby announce myself for re
election as member of the school board
of Marion county, subject to the ap
proval of the voters in the June pri
mary. tJhas. K. Veal.
One Who Shows No Favor
A merciless judge is Father Time.
Before him the weak and the wanting
go to the wall. Only the truth can
stand. For years the following state-
The better you care for
your eyes the better
will care for
per day. Pay in cash every Satur
day. Free bunk house and" commis commissary
sary commissary attached. Don't write. Come
ready to work ATLANTIC BITU-
LITHIC CO., Daytona, Fla. 3-6t
NOTICE We have moved from 121
West Broadway to No. 5 East Fort ment from an Ocala resident has with
v. a a stood this sternest of all tests:
f ii, a n L J. Chas. Smith, jeweler. Fort; King
jrv,ux .aumw. "'" Ave., says: "Although 1 haven't ftad
new radiator for your car in one anv need of Doan's Kidney Pills for a
day. Auto Radiator Works. good many years, I recall that they
r.9. t.c i0i thnr fri mnn tuec proved to be a good medicine when I
used them for backache and other
1 9Q Fnrt symptoms of kidney disorder. Doan's
. vour pvps
j.wv you. v
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
King avenue. Apply 'to Mrs. New New-som,
som, New-som, phone 207. 2-tf
FOR SALE Fine fresh milk cow and
two nice Jersey heifers. See C. A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 2-tf
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Five passen
ger Hupmobile, five passenger Ov Overland,
erland, Overland, five passenger Kline car. All
in fair condition; $175 and take
your pick. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co., Ocala, Fla. 5-1-tf
QUICK DEJLIVERY PHONE 243
The Temperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
Are Always Low and Quality Hih
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Watch for Our Delivery Boys With Red Wheels
brought me quick relief and soon
stopped the trouble. I haven't had
any complaint since then." (Statement
given April 16. 1918). On March 17,
1922, Mr. Smith added: "I gladly con-J
nrm my iormer statement enaorsmg
Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me
some years ago and the cure has last lasted.
ed. lasted. I always recommend Doan's to
Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Smith had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 5
S m Hcued tl.S0 up. Cafe n cenmcaoa Convcnivi to
twytwii tn hmn at yjty. 5nd For Booklet. v
m W1NOLE W. SMITH. PnV.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply 212 Orange avenue. 28-tf
Arrival and departure of passengei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AO LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 un
1 : 45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3 :24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm J
i:aupm iiomosassa i:zo pm
10:15 pm Leesbcrg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
WANTED To buy hewn heart long-
leaf pine ties. Please communicate
with us promptly. Georgia- Florida
Pine Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 28-6t
FOR SALE Jersey cow and five
months Jersey heifer calf. Apply
T. P. Drake, city. 27-6t
Youll 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. 28-6t
C. V. Roberts & Co.
" AND EMB ALMERS
Residence Phone 305
umce rnone 350, Ucala, Fla. n
217 W. Broadway
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
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
Fraternal Orders eg!
I Eagle Grocery and Meat Market
M. H. Naif with Fre3 Demetrie and Sam Schschey
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. 1L
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
S. MAIN ST.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE I 'X
In our new Market you will find every everything
thing everything screened and kept in strictly sani sanitary
tary sanitary condition. Give us a triaL on our
Western and Florida Meats. Quality
highest and prices lowest Free deliv delivery.
ery. delivery. ' :
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. Sfctf
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C Blowers, W. ML
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. B. Pedrick, G U
a K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
SWIFT PREMIUM HAM
KINGAN'S SLICED HAM g
EAGLE GROCERY and MEAT f.lARKET
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
vr.-' '.." -"-'! '-s
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m." ,
C. Y. Roberts, Commander.
L. T: Craft Adjutant.
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe oC. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
If you want a quart or
Marocala ice cream, phone
ting's prug Store.
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
W. K. Lane, 1L D phyddaa aad
tfurgeon. specialist eye, ear, wmm mad
throat. Office over 5 a ad 19 cesC'ster.'
Ocala, FU. tt
New Jantzen national iwimmimj
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. T. IL B. O. Dtf
We are now churning daily and
have tratter n bBteemtJCTOiy day.
Phone94. Marion County Creamery. St
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