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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Friday, pr obably local thunder showers Friday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 65; this afternoon, 86.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:39; Sets, 7.08.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 106
PLENTY OF PLANS
111 BE PRESENTED
RISH AHE TAKING RECEDES NOT F
FOB SICK SOLDIERS
HANDS NOR HEADS
FOUR DAYS OFF TREATY RIGHTS
Bonus Will Not Suffer from Lack Of
Ways Though It May
Washington, May 4. (Associated
Press). Chairman 'McCumber of the
Senate finance committee was author authorized
ized authorized formally today by a majority of
that committee to present his soldiers'
bonus plan, with the bank loan pro provision,
vision, provision, to President Harding as the
committee plan. Senator Smoot of
Utah, however, informed the commit committeeman
teeman committeeman he also would lay before the
president his bonus plan, which con contemplates
templates contemplates a twenty-year endowment
life insurance plan without any spe spe-spfic
spfic spe-spfic provisions for loans to be made
WHY THE RUSH
An application for a power permit
has been received by the Federal
Power Commission from Benjamin
Hardaway to construct a dam thirty
feet high in the Chipola river below
Marianna, Fla., to develop 7500 horse horsepower.
power. horsepower. Ultimate development would
not be made in the near future, Hard Hard-.away
.away Hard-.away said in his application.
ANOTHER YEAR ALLOWED
The House committee on banking
and currency today ordered a favor favorable
able favorable report on the bill recently passed
by the Senate extending the activities
of the war finance corporation one
year from June 30th next.
ONE MORE WEEK
People Have Until Saturday After Afternoon,
noon, Afternoon, May 13, to Finish
Paying Their Polls
For such a simple matter as paying
poll tax, it does not .seem that there
could be any misunderstanding of the
law. But there is, and it. extends all
over the state. ;
County Attorney Martin has studied
the problem out and says that people
who want to vote in the primary can
have up to Saturday evening, May 13,
to attend to the matter. Now it does
seem like that is time enough, doesn't
it? But there will be a number Mon Monday,
day, Monday, May 15, who will realize they
have forgotten all about it.
Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock a
happy crowd of children gathered at
the Methodist church and were then
taken in cars to Tuscawilla Park,
where they enjoyed a May party.
The party was made up of members
of the cradle roll, beginners nad pri primary
mary primary departments of the Sunday
school, and .the children were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their teachers and parents.
Those who had made the best record
in Sunday school were chosen for the
king and queen and their attendants.
Little Myrtle Holloway was the queen
and Thomas Ro,y Gates, the king.
Margaret Taylor, Harriet Griffin,
Maxine Smith, Margaret Sewell, Har Harriet
riet Harriet Armour and Willamette Green
were the attendants, and Martha
Gates and Inez Walton the crown
After crowning the king and queen,
games were played and the children
danced around the May pole. Ice
cream and cake were served, after
which they were taken to their homes.
Lake Weir, May 3.-Progressive peo people
ple people around the lake are agitating the
school question and think it time now
to make an effort to 'consolidate and
have a junior high school somewhere,
not for the purpose of adorning a high
hill, but that their children may have
good teachers and all other advant advantages
ages advantages that they are entitled to.
The long train of tourists that pass passed
ed passed this way last spring is greatly
missetl on account of the road being
so torn up; they are going around by
Summerfield and Oxford, which gives
them a ehance to see the most of our
state and its resources.
(Dear Correspondent: Next time
you come to Ocala, go to Albert
Gerig's newsstand and tell him to give
you a couple of No. 2 Eagle pencils,
and charge them to the editor, and
after that we hope you won't use any
other kind. Editor).
We are now churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone94. Marion County Creamery 8t
"Ladies, our line of TISSUE GING GINGHAMS,
HAMS, GINGHAMS, ORGANDIES AND VOILES,
ETC., will delight you." FISHEL'S.
Says Attorney General Daugherty, In
Regard to People Responsible For
Release of Morse
Washington, May 4. (Associated
Attorney General Daugherty, in a
formal statement referring to charges
made against him in the Senate by
Senator Caraway, democrat, of Ar Arkansas,
kansas, Arkansas, in connection with the release
of Chas. W. Morse from the Atlanta
penitentiary in 1912, declared' the
"real people t behind this movement,
aside from the parties interested,
have not yet shown their hands or
WERE GOING TO PLANT
WHISKY IN WATER
Heavy Cargo of Liquor Intended For
Florida's Shallow Bays Cap Captured
tured Captured in Havana
Havana, May 4. (By Associated
Press). Two thousand bottles of
whisky and seventeen kegs of gin
were found aboard the launch Mar Marshal
shal Marshal by port police. The launch was
seized Wednesday on suspicion that
an attempt would be made to transfer
its cargo to a schooner bound for
Florida. The police say smugglers are
not attempting to land their liquor in
Florida but are dumping in into the
shalow water along the coast, -divers
later recovering it as opportunity of offers.
fers. offers. .
CROKER FUNERAL DEFERED
Dublin, May 4. (By Associated
Press). The funeral of Richard Cro Cro-ker
ker Cro-ker was postponed today until tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. JACK IS COUNTING ON
ANOTHER EASY VICTORY
Paris, May 4. (Associated Press).
Jack Dempsey, referring to announce announcements
ments announcements in the United States that ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for a bout with Jess Will Will-ard
ard Will-ard are progressing favorably, said
today he would be glad to meet Will Will-ard
ard Will-ard again. He is also ready to meet
the winner of the Carpentier-Lewis
bout in London, he declared.
IT IS POSSIBLE INDEED
Genoa, May 4. (By Associated
Press). Soviet representatives here
announced today the terms of the al allied
lied allied note to Russia "telegraphed to
Moscow, says an Exchange Telegraph
dispatch, which address "it is stated
possibly Premier Lenine will accept,
demanding simultaneously full recog recognition."
nition." recognition." PUTTING A PICKET
FENCE AROUND PEKING
Peking, May 4 (Associated Press).
The troops of Gen. Wu Pei Fu, the
central Chinese commander, have sur
rounded Peking. Gen. Chang Tsao
Lin's army in the vicinity of Peking is
scattered and railroad traffic out of
the city has been suspended.
ETNA IN ERUPTION
Catania, Sicily, May 4. (Associat
ed Press.) Mount Etna has broken
out again with eruptions of increased
volume and is emitting continuous
roars which can be heard for several
miles. A dense, black smoke is filling
Fairfield, May 3. The truck crop
is still good and moving rapidly. We
are loading about two cars of cukes,
one of beans and several express
packages every day. We have three
packing sheds running each day.
We had callers Tuesday from Cen Center
ter Center Hill, Mcintosh, Reddick, Ocala,
Irvine and Flemington.
Mr. Albert Stokes of Jacksonville
is with his mother since his father's
There will be preaching at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church next Sunday.
We are sorry to report Mr. M. J.
Mixson and Mrs. W. P. Brown on the
Mr. James Brown of Gainesville is
isiting relatives here this week.
If you want a quart or pint of
Marocala icecream, phone 14. Bit Bit-ting's
ting's Bit-ting's Drug Store. 25-tf
White Walking Shoes for
A Truce Between Rival Republican I
Armies Until Four O'Clock
Monday Afternoon I
Dublin, May 4. (By the Associated
Press). A truce between rival repub-
lican army forces has been declared,
The truce is effective from 4 o'clock I
this afternoon until 4 p. m. Monday,
with the view to giving both sections
of the army immediate opportunity
to discuss a basis for army unifica-lshe
GILCHRIST HAS INVITED
TRAMMELL TO DEBATE
Jacksonville, May 4. (Associated
Press). .A. W. Gilchrist wired Sen
ator Trammell today suggesting that
they make a. joint campaign as con contemplated
templated contemplated by the Bryan primary law.
CIRCUIT COURT NEXT WEEK
The spring term of Marion superior
court meets next Mondav. The fol-
lowincr cases are on the criminal
Sylvester Groover, burglars. Jess
Evans, receiving stolen goods. W. H.
Tyson, forgery. A. B. Childers, arson,
John H. Lumpkins and Willie Will-
iams. breakine and entering, three
charges each. Sylvester Broward,
bastardy. Shepard Jackson, break-
ing in, two charges. Harry Spikes,
larceny. Harley Reynolds, aggravat- meeting and a committee was ap aped
ed aped assault. Lee Thompson, breaking Pointed to recommend a program of
and entering. John Freeman, and
Byron McLendon, breaking and enter-
ine. Thomas Johnson, aeeravated as-
sault. A. J. Jones, breakine and en-
tering. W. A. Waltrin. assault with
intent to murder. Joseph Watson,
murder. John Garv. theft of auto.ltne carnival minstrel, were invited to
Peter O'Neal, murder.
RUCKER IN GAINESVILLE
LOOKING THEM OVER
uamesvuie, may ssociaiea
- ill- iir
Press).-Nap Rucker, former major
league pitcher and now a scout for the
orooKiyn nationals, is nere looKing
over tne uator oaseoan team xorpos-
ui recruiw xr cue ugtrs. yap-
tain Ward, catcher, signed a Brooklyn
contract several months ago to report
in June. Rucker will watch the Flor
ida-Stetson games Friday and Satur
New York, May 4. Babe Ruth had
his tonsils removed at a hospital here
CAMERON DEMURS TO
TRIAL, OF COURSE
Phoenix, May 4. (By Associated
Press) A general remurrer to the in-
dictment charging U. S. Senator
Ralph Cameron, republican, of Ari-
zona, with perjury in connection with
his return on campaign Expenditures
in the 1920 election was filed in U. S.
court here today. It was announced
that arguments would be heard in
Phoenix May 11th and should the de-
murrer be overruled the trial would
Blitchton May 3. Some of ourj
young people joined the Fellowship
folks in a sing at the home of Rev. A.
L. Prisoc Sunday night.
Messrs. J. W. Coulter, Rufus Will-
iams, George Bolander and Goree and
Arlin Blitch visited the county seat
Rev. Burnette of Williston will!
preach at the Baptist church Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The last meeting of the Jolly Jok
ers was with Miss Eva Mills and this
afternoon the club meets with Misses!
Winifred and fJeneva McCnllv.
Mr. Earnest Redman has returned
to Elizabeth, N. J.
Mrs. Minnie Hammons and Miss
Rmrpna Hammnna and Miss Lillian
Blitch were shopping in Ocala Mon-
Mrs. Goree Blitch and baby are vis-
itintr relatives at T?nmen
Miss Lois Blitch is home from her
visit to Gainesville.
Miss Nellie Prine
Prine of Fellowship
and Mr. Fred
We are now churning
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone 94. Marion County Creamery.
Proposed Non-Aggression Pact Will
Not Excuse Enemies .of France
For Breaking Their Pledges
Paris, May 4. (By the Associated
Press). The French cabinet today
approved the text of the proposed non-
aggression pact now under considera
tion at Genoa, with the reservation
that it must not be interpreted as
withdrawing from France any rights
has under treaties.
AMERICAN LEGION MEETING
The May meeting of the American
Legion Wednesday night was not
very largely attended because of the
rain and because the adjutant was
sick and unable to send out notices
Those who attended will bear testi-
mony that it was one of the best meet
ings ever held. Plans were made for
! a Memorial Dav celebration and the
committee for that work is to com-
Plete preparations for the decoration
OI rave sana oxner exercises ior tne
observation of the day. lhe legion
iwm also iurnish nowers tor aiotner s
Pay These flowers will be gathered
y leSlon en ana taken to eacn
church in the city in the morning on
Mother s Day ana will be tor distn
bution to all who attend bunday
scnooi and church that day. lhe
question of some civic work for the
legion to do was brought before the
C1V1C worK- inis committee is to re
Irt at the next meeting. Plans were
discussed for the carnival to be held
on the armory grounds May 19-20
hiemDers OI ine ni&n scnooi quartet,
wno were down stairs practicing for
partake of ice cream and cake served
by the ladies of the auxiliary. After
refreshments, the boys sang a while
for the legion. Adjutant R. L. Van
Osten is reported to be improving in
health nnH mnv sunn Vie nKle fr tnVe
. Tn -....n- Mr
R nd j. Waas ha8 agreed to take
charge of the adjutamVs office and do
hig fcest to keep things going until
Mr. van Osten is back on the job
pleage address aH communications to
R j WaM 11Tltil fnrtW nti
BEGINNING TO EVICT
Uniontown, Pa., May 4. (By the
Associated Press) The first evictions
of striking miners and their families
m the Fayette coke region occurred
today at the mine of the Amend Coal
and Coke Company.
Moss Bluff. May 3. The Moss Bluff
school closed Saturday. Teachers and
pupils have worked hard and accom-
pushed much. This is the first year
Moss Bluff has had a high school so
we are justly proud of it. Our teach
ers, Miss Bertha Hodge principal, and
J Misses Lillie Sue Clayton and AUie
Lee Johns, invited all the patrons out
Saturday to enjoy the day with a pic
I nic and fish fry. A number were pres
ent from Ocala.' Everyone enjoyed
I The play given at the school house
I Friday night was a great success, en
Tl.. Tinn-m, Xin-rr (l-r J,i o aa
I People were present from all over the
Mr. Sidney Fort and Miss Martha
I Fort were shopping in Ocala Thurs
I Mrs. J. W. McNamara after several
weeks spent here, left Wednesday for
I her home in Palm Beach. Mr. Albert
I Fort and son Sidney, accompanied her
las far as Daytona, where they will
spend several days before returning
Quite a number from here attended
I the Fifth Sunday meeting Sunday.
1 Some went to Oklawaha and others to
Lacota. Every one reported a pleas
Misses Martha Fort and Mabel
I Souires were guests of Mrs. W. C
Messrs. George Miller; and I. T.
I Jones left Friday for UhlO, after
spending the winter here.
Mr. and Mrs. J no. v. Ualioway ana
little Margaret Sewell of Ocala were
I euests of Mr. nd Mrs." Albert TOTX
I Miss Turner, a special representa-
1 tive of the Dennison Paper Co., will
be pleased to see any one interested in
the making of paper articles at THE
BOOK SHOP. o-3t
Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.
Citizen of the United States Wouldn't
Believe It if the Government
Didn't TeU Him So
Washington, May 4. (Associated
Press). lhe average cost of living in
the United States decreased 4J2 per
cent from December 1921 to March
1922, and 22.9 per cent from June
1920 to last March, the bureau of la labor
bor labor statistics announced today. The
level of prices in March, however, ac according
cording according to the bureau, was 66.9 per
cent higher than in 1913.
COL. BOB DAVIS WILL
SPEAK TOMORROW EVENING
Col. Bob Davis, candidate for Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and one of the best orators in
Florida, will speak to the people ol
Ocala on the public square at eight
o'clock tomorrow. The Star bespeaks
for Col. Davis a large audience. We
won't say an attentive audience, -for
we will know that all who hear him
will pay close attention,
In the report of Tuesday night's
council meeting, the Star said that
Mr. B. Goldman bought the pound lot
on Fort King. The lot was bought by
Charlie Long, Mr. Goldman, as chair chairman
man chairman of a committee, approving the
HALF HOLIDAYS BEGIN
The Thursday half holidays for this
season began today, nearly all the
business establishments closing and
proprietors and clerks chasing them themselves
selves themselves off for a pleasant afternoon and
Anthony, May 3. Mr. Henry Berry
of St. Petersburg was a visitor in An Anthony
thony Anthony Wednesday of last week.
Miss Lucille Russell is attending
school in Ocala since the closing of
the Anthony school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves are enter entertaining
taining entertaining their daughter, Mrs. S. G.
Donaghue of Plant City.
Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Talton of De De-Land
Land De-Land spent several days last week
with their grandmother, Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. V. D. Williams and children
left Saturday for their home in Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, Ga.
Miss Willard Bishop left Friday for
Jacksonville, where she will visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. Florence Gordon of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville spent a few days last week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Har Harvey.
vey. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thomas and
Mr.'Y.' D. Eiriwin and little son were
Sunday callers at the home of Mrs.
E. W. Boyd.
Miss Bertha Hodge who has. clos closed
ed closed her. school at Moss Bluff is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Hewitt.
Mr. James Palmour was a caller in
Miss Lillie Milligan who has been
teaching at Oklawaha, closed school
Friday and js at home for awhile.
Mrs. A. V. Felter of Miami arrived
Monday for a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Leitner.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bishop have as
their guests, Mr. F.- G. Bischoff of
Mr. Stuart Sims returned home
Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham and little
daughter Christine, of Gainesville, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gates.
Invitations are out for the wedding'
of Mr.' George Albert Brown of An Anthony
thony Anthony and Miss Clarice Inez Turner
of Oak, the wedding to take place
May 17th. Miss Turner is a bright
and charming young lady.' She was
one of the primary teachers here this
winter and has won the love and
friendship of a good many. George is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown
of Anthony. He has spent most of
his life in Anthony and has a wide
circle of friends here who wish them
every happiness thru life.
Mr. E. C. Beuchler has charge of
the Marion County Creamery in
A large number enjoyed the lecture
of Miss Chrome Sunday, afternoon
and evening at the Methodist church.
The members of Mrs. L. N. Green's
Sunday school class will met Friday
night at the home of Mrs. A. C
Blowers at 8 o'clock. All members
are urge! to attend as 'special busi-
ness matters are to be discussed.
A Dozen Big Hospitals With Up-to-Date
Washington, May 4. ((Associated
Press) lhe erection, "of twelve soldier
hospitals at a cost of $17,000,000 with
a total capacity of 5450 beds is pro provided
vided provided for in a tali reported today by
the House appropriations committee.
fUbiPOtD ruK NEW SCHED-
UUES OF PAY
Representative MondelL House re republican
publican republican leader, said today the pass passage
age passage of the annual army and navy ap appropriation
propriation appropriation bills would be "delayed un until
til until tne new pay schedules for the military-service
have been enacted into
Eastlake, May 3. Mr. W. J. Regan
of Miami spent the week-end at the
Tamblyn Inn, and the home of Mr.
Mrs. Harold Swope left Monday
for Skylands, N. C, where she will
spend a few days investigating a
business proposition, and later- will
visit friends in Hendensonville.
Mr. James. Knoblock' and daughter
Mary Beatrice, were guests of rela relatives
tives relatives in Martin over Sunday.
The. packing house of the Fgt-lalr
Investment Co. is running at capacity,
and the company is shipping numer numerous
ous numerous cars of handsome grapefruit.
Miss Irene Denham is the guest of
her friend Miss Ethel Home in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dale, whose
bungalow on the Dixie highway is
finished, will leave for Jacksonville
Monday to spend a few days before
sailing May 11th for New York. Mrs.
Dale will visit her daughter on Long
Island for the summer, returning here
early in the fall. Mr. Dale plans to
stay north a few weeks, and will then
return to Eastlake.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Belisle have finish finished
ed finished their pretty new house on New
York avenue and returned to their
home in Worcester, Mass., where Mr.
Belisle is engaged in building and
Mr. Arthur C. Kingston of Mont Mont-clair,
clair, Mont-clair, N. J-, general sales manager of
the Mechanical Rubber Co., of Cleve Cleve-land;
land; Cleve-land; Mr. Wesley E. Sisson of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, southern representative of
the asme company, Mrs. Sisson and
little daughter Mignon, and Mr. C
W. Dishinger, president of the Wood Wood-worth
worth Wood-worth Studio, Jacksonville, are visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lee. The
party has been enjoying outings in
Mr. Lee's new 26-foot raised deck
cruiser, which is kept at Leesburg on
Mrs. Lottie Cole of Miami is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newport
for a few weeks. Later her son Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe Chambliss Cole, will come for an
extended visit with the Nfiwports.
Frederick Whistlecroft is making'
extensive repairs to the. .big house
purchased by Mr. James E: Klock a
year ago of Mr. Cameron at Weirs Weirs-dale.
dale. Weirs-dale. The property contains hand
some groves and has a variety of
fruits and flowers, and will be used
by Dr. and Mrs. Klock as their winter
home. They plant to leave for Camp
Eagle Point, N. H., early in June, and
expect a large number of girls, young
and' old, for the summer months.
Lynne, May 3. The services at the
Methodist church are being well at attended,
tended, attended, the forceful sermons of Rer.
P. K. Rowell of White Springs, being
well received by large congregations.
W. H. Garrettson returned to his
work in Ocala Monday morning.
Mrs. Capron Smith has as her
guests, her mother Mrs. Price, and
three brothers, of Madison.
Stuart Wallace of Hawthorne was
visiting friends at Lynne over Sunday.
R. O. Gnann and M,rs. Gnann and
W. C. Henderson went to Ocala Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. E. C Smith and wife attended the
Fifth Sunday meeting at Oklawaha
church last Sunday.
P. L. Durisoe was an Ocala visitor
J. C. Rowell of White Springs, is at
Conner during the protracted services
conducted by his father.
There will be preaching services at
the Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church
next Sunday by Rev. Calvin of Brooks-
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Wingo went to
Lake Weir Saturday and attended the
j meeting at the Oklawaha church. Dr.
S Wingo is the efficient clerk.
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Fra$lf(B. Shutts of the Miami Her Her-.
. Her-. ald has Jeen elected a member of the
,; advisory .L board of the Associated
t Press. .. Ay well deserved "honor.
Aterti devoting four years and a
vjq5ter.uto editing world-war dis dis-...
... dis-... pacheswe don't seem able to write a
sqaxheadi about the conflict now go goring,
ring, goring, on irv China.
. .yherij Tallahassee laid that corner corner-18oe,.tq(
18oe,.tq( corner-18oe,.tq( the capital extension she
. gaye good strong push to the move move-njenjthat
njenjthat move-njenjthat will tear out the corner corner-..sne.
..sne. corner-..sne. of,, fyer present eminence among
. Aubrey 3 Lee Nichols, a young white
man,, pled guilty of rape in the circuit
court at DeLand, Monday, and was
sentenced to be hung. He committed
an outrage on a white woman in De De-Land
Land De-Land last, December.
The pacifists should be compelled to
go off somewhere and set up a heaven
of .their own Ordinary people who
want tot l.ive and make the best use of
. their lives are not safe in any country
where pacifists influence the government.
A dispatch says that, the people of
' Lake-Wales, have voted to raise the
. Sunday lid in, their town. Lake Wales
has for sometime been held down un-
der a Puritanic Sunday law. The fact
i that the people have grown tired of it
is, another, proof that human nature
won't stand such restrictions.
''Nothing much in Florida but
sand,", said a writer in a Nebraska
. .paper. Well, there is a good deal in
sand. A factory to make gla,ss from
it is being built at Jacksonville. From
the. sand, along the Atlantic beach
east of Jacksonville valuable minerals
are- being gathered and shiped by the
carload to factories at Niagara Falls
-,.t be made into acid proof tools and
to steel mills, to harden steel. Sand
...mixed;. with, clay makes good roads.
Mortar for building purposes cannot
be. mad without sand. In sand as
white. as snow fine pineapples are
grown down on the East Coast of
Florida. In the future new minerals
will be found along the sea beaches
of Florida. 'Florida is not generally
It's purty l.anl to be in harmoir
with th world wli" yur noiirbbor's
daughter Is takinV music lessons.
classed as a, mineral state, but it pro produces
duces produces four-fifths of the Fullers earth
used in this country and is the larg largest
est largest producer of phosphate in Amer America.
ica. America. Kaolin, or ball clay, from which
pottery is made, is found in many lo localities,
calities, localities, also limestone and large de deposits
posits deposits of peat. Sand, more and more,
will become an asset to Florida.
Don't forget the sand in Florida's
craw, friend Met.
The patron? of the Ocala high
school will be gratified to know how
proficient their children are in fire
drill. Chief Chambers of the fire de department
partment department helped the school authori authorities
ties authorities in making a realistic fire drill at
the school Wednesday morning.
Tuesday the school held a drill and
emptied -the building of all children
in one minute and forty-five seconds.
The authorities -thought possibly the
excitement of -believing that the fire
was actual and not a mere -drill-would
alarm the children and slow down the
drill, so Wednesday morning Chief
Chambers answered the alarm with
both trucks -and all- the noise their,
bells and sirens would make. The
firemen rushed to the school, made
two hose -connections at the plugs and
rushed in to fight the imaginary fire.
Under these exciting circumstances
the schoolchildren, were. all: out of the
building in less time than on Tues Tuesday's,
day's, Tuesday's, drill. Yesterday's record was
one .minute, and fifteen seconds. Abso Absolute
lute Absolute order. JwasJ maintained, and the
children, made.i their, exits with mar
, All. of. the .material .. appearing in
this department, is, noti only made in
Florida, Brother Benjamin, but made
right here in the Venice of the South,
but for, some. inscrutably mysterious
reason 6ur esteemed contemporaries,
when they deign io, reproduce any anything
thing anything from our columns, seem to pre prefer,
fer, prefer, the canned fillers that are scat scattered,
tered, scattered, here and ther among the ads.
Tarpon. Springs. Reader.
We can sympathize with you, friend
Leader; we can steal a paragraph
from a Canadian paper and have it
I copied by, half a dozen contemporaries,
I i . ...
Dut many or tne: scintillating para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs which cost us time and brain brainfag
fag brainfag pass unnoticed. Is the joke on
them or us?
The young man who can sit beside
a beautiful young lady and watch the
moonlight filter through the water
and not even think of holding her
hand is the personification of that line
from Wordsworth, "There hath pass passed
ed passed away a glory from the earth."
There is no such young man, nor,
so far as we know, no such old one,
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star May 4, 1902)
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hilburn and son
.Oscar, passed through -town today on
their way to Dallas, Texas, where
they will attend the., general confer conference
ence conference oftheM- E. church.
J. B. Borland of Cjra was a visitor
in town today.
. Deputy, Marshal Peacock brought in
three men from .Worthington Springs
today, charged with distilljtag whisky.
They were given a preliminary hear hearing,
ing, hearing, and bonnd oyer to the. next term
of the U. S. district court.
Mr. and Mrs. William .Blocker are
visiting friends in Atlanta.
. Dr. E. Van Hood went to Oxford to today
day today to see Major, Wright wjho is sick.
(Evening Star May 4, 1912)
Ocala Ten, Years Ago
A petition has been signed with th?
requisite number ;of names for Qcala's
first rural route. Postmaster Huber
sent the., papers to .Washington and
hopes to- have the route established in
On the ,24th the. .Lake Weir Yacht
Club will hold its house warming; and
the new club house will be formally
Mr. G. B. Stein of Jacksonville ar arrived
rived arrived last night to visit, his daughter,
Mrs. P. J. Theus.
All kinds of .-: pretty and useful
things are make from 1 Dennison's
crepe paper. See how they are made.
At THE BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf
TOHAM MOTOR :
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
THROUGH EYES OF GEOLOGIST
Man of Science Sees Mother Rarth
as Many Hundred Million of
Hie geologist supposes that It took'
from sixty to three hundred millions
of years for the earth's crust to as assume
sume assume its present appearance, and cal calculates
culates calculates that from the time when the
first rudimentary form of life appeared
there have been 12 important geologic
periods of the advancement of life,
the last of them being the Quarter Quarter-nary
nary Quarter-nary or Post-Tertiary, when mankind
appeared. The first part of this Post Post-Tertiary
Tertiary Post-Tertiary age or period when man exist existed
ed existed Is called the Pleistocene. At that
time beds of drift gravel were deposited
in which have been found flint hatchets
and other implements, apparently made
by men". Primitive man is also known
as Paleolithic and the age in which
he lived is often called the Old Stone
age. Some authorities, however, be believe
lieve believe that primitive man existed be before
fore before Paleolithic man, but left no traces
of his existence. He probably gained
his food through hunting, wandering
along the river valleys and then later
took to cave dwelling. Rude drawings
have been found in caves, the work
of the "cave man." The flint weapons
gradually improved, the cave man be became
came became a better artist, he domesticated
animate and cultivated the soiL In this
period, which is called the New Stone
age, man is known as Neolithic man.
Then came the Bronze age, when
bronze took the place of flint; after
that the Iron age and the Age of His History.
tory. History. The Chinese records of their
history commence about the year 2400
B. C. About 5000 B. C. (according to
"Tabular, Views of Universal History,"
compiled by George Palmer Putnam,'
A. M., and edited by George Haven
Putnam, Litt., D.), flourishing city
states appeared in the Mesopotamia
region, Indicating an antiquity for
Babylonian civilization that may be
carried back approximately to the
eighth or ninth millennium B. C. In
Egypt the latest research has brought
the sixth millennium B. C. within the
scope of history, and about 4500 B.
C, in Asia, there was a "struggle
among the kings of Kengi, Kish, Shir Shir-purla
purla Shir-purla and Glshban In Babylonia."
King George's Rent Roll.
King George recently applied to
parliament for permission to sell cer certain
tain certain portions of his entailed duchy of
Lancaster estates. The total rent roll
of these valuable properties is only
about $275,000. It ought to be a very
great deal more, but for the fact that
previous sovereigns were in the habit
of, granting what were in effect per perpetual
petual perpetual leases at a nominal rent, plus
a substantial cash payment by the
original lessee. It is for this reason
that the present king has to be con content
tent content with a nosegay of roses as rental
for that portion of the duchy estates
pn which stands St. piave's Grammar
school, near Tower bridge; whereas
what the lawyers term its "economic
rent" has been calculated at about
$254P00. Similarly, a tablecloth, a fur
coat, a horse and halter, a currycomb,
a nlghcap, a pair of scarlet hose, a
falcon, a cross-bow and a pair of
tongs figure every year in the duchy
accounts. Each article represents the
"rent" paid, or supposed to be paid,
for some manor, farm or piece of
land. Brooklyn Eagle.
Why Briand Stammered.
A beautiful example of courtesy
was shown recently by Premier. Bri Briand
and Briand of France during a ceremony at
which he conferred a medal of honor
upon an American soldier, the De Delineator
lineator Delineator states. Monsieur Briand does
not speak English; the American sol soldier
dier soldier spoke no French. The boy had,
however, learned a little French
speech. But when he rose before the
distinguished audience, ithe French
words deserted him. He began, got
through the first sentence, stuttered in
the second, hesitated, reached into his
mind in vain for the rest of the
French words and then finished his
thanks in English.
The expression on the face of the
French premier never changed. When
the boy had finished speaking. Mon Mon-slgnor
slgnor Mon-slgnor Briand began a few English
words ne had learned. "I have a great
affection for your country and a ven veneration
eration veneration for He hesitated and fin finished
ished finished in French.
It was a delicate way to make the
soldier feel that the premier of France
was as poorly equipped in the soldier's
language as the soldier had been in
French. And this is manners. Back
of that kind act was solely a desire to
make a fellow being more comfort comfortable.
able. comfortable. Waitress Has Idea on Tip's Status.
Whether the "man In the street" re regards
gards regards the tip he leaves beside his plate
after lunch as a free gift in recogni recognition
tion recognition of service rendered or as part of
the charge for his lunch, there Is no
doubt about its status in the mind of
one Broadway waitress.
Because he had no loose change In
his pocket, one diner walked out of
his habitual luncheon haunt the other
day without leaving his customary
dime. Next day, to square accounts,
he put down two dimes as he rose
from the table. Whereupon blonde
Elsie, retrieving the coins with prac practiced
ticed practiced hand, remarked : "Oh, yes, that's
so; you do owe me a dime." New
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
"GLORY" OF WAR RIDICULOUS
Chaplain Wh Was With the British
Force In France Make Some
Prtinf t qbsryaina,
Making boots Is more glorious than
killing men, asserts the Rt. Studdert
Kennedy the liberal English clergyman
who was known to ttie British forces
during the war as "Woodbine Willie'
a designation he,haa sti0 ased, as a ;
nom de. plume. 3f r S.enfdy4 says tne
Literary Digest, wbb wa axk.army
chaplain, came out of" the war with a
shocked conscience, and new ceavlc-
tions, and his sympathy ha been with ;
Tommy Atkins, as he is at home, fight fighting
ing fighting a different fight new that the war
is over. When he read the werds,
"The Glorious Dead,' on the cenotaph
in London, Mc Kennedy, said he felt ;
"somewhat, bitterly, about Jt, because,
there is such danger of missing the
real meaning of "their glory." There
is something wrong when a man la
called glorious because he wears kha khaki,
ki, khaki, and a "bolahyr and c a selflsh.
schemer becauae he .wear, overalls.:
As the Challenge. (London) quotes him
from a recent sermon., the former army
chaplain t declares .that ,"many per persons
sons persons who were, trilling to sweep floors
for Tommy, spit fire at the working working-man.
man. working-man. Yet they' are the "same man.
We call going Into the army-Jgolng" In Into
to Into the service. Don't you go lata
the service when yob make- boots?
It is jnore glorlous to work as a shoe
cobbler than to kill men?" he argues.
"But a man makes good boots for 30
years, brings up his family decently
and gets the sack. Who thinks about
his glory?" Much talk about military
courage is "stupid sentimentality,'
says Mr. Kennedy for
"A great deal of the courage In bat battle
tle battle is not of the. highest order at alL
What we want today Is the courage
of moral conviction. X don't-want to
detract for a moment from the bravery
of our men.' I love th&a.' But it was
a great deal easier to-face death. In
battle than It Is to face ridicule in
civil life. To suppose that all men
died glorious deaths is sheer, senti sentimentality.
mentality. sentimentality. I have' seen, them shiver shivering
ing shivering with fright like ; trapped rabbits."
Nothing will cover up the fact that
war is a degrading, dirty, filthy busi business.
ness. business. We must simply refuse to be
bamboozled by shams.
The Woman picked her way cau
tiously along the sidewalkv where here. I
and there small cakes of Ice still ad adhered
hered adhered to the pavement, despite the
strenuous efforts which bad been made
to remove them.
Coming toward .her she beheld a
young colored waller, bearing on his
right hand, in true Pullman fashion,
a heavy tray loaded with dishes,, which
he was returning to the restaurant,
where the Woman was alao-bound.
He was. traveling quickly and the
Woman hoped that he might not make
a misstep, but her good wishes f or hla
safe conduct proved futile. tHe
slipped on a treacherous strip .of
glassy Ice, formed from -water ; whch
dripped from the. poof; of; the building,
slid rapidly the full length of the strip
and brought up. at thfr. restaurant door
in a sitting, position, still manfully
balancing the tray. The head waiter,
who had witnessed his undignified ar arrival,
rival, arrival, ran out and relieved him, of his
As the fallen one rote to his fee,t he
displayed his even white teeth (.tn,r
broad grin and said r
"Ah say, boss. It uttlnly am a good
thing that dinner wae et. Tub" done
tol me to git dea heah. dishes In a hur hurry.
ry. hurry. Ah didn't even take time to walk.
Ah come back like a 'spress train. Ah
did." Chicago Journal.
Judge Consumed Evidence.
A postal clerk was before ex-Judg
Latffcis one day .for stealing a bag of
peanuts. As Landis listened to the
evidence he absent mindedly munched
peanuts. Presently the assistant dls.
trict attorney In charge said : .."And
now, your honor, we come to the., evi evidence.
dence. evidence. We have here
Judge Landis gave a start and look
ed at the bag. It was empty.
"Good Lord," he ejaculated. "Did
those peanuts belong to the govern government?
ment? government? Mr. Bjank, yonH have to dis dismiss
miss dismiss this case."
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
Sweet milk at tne Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 103. I
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 fall line of Norris Candy
"The Drug Sf ore on the Square"
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TELL IT TO US
We want to publish all
of the news of this communi communi-ty
ty communi-ty for the information of our
subscribers. We cannot be in
500 different places at once,
ycmd we don't wan to miss
anything worth printing. Will
you tell it to us?
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. MAY 4. 1922
WE DO NOT
WE DO SELL
IT IS GOO j
IF IT IS
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Arrival and departure of passengeT
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not; guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
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Best story ever written by
ELEANOR H. PORTER
Then an of a sudden I had a funny
feeling as If somebody somewhere was
watching me; but I Just couldn't turn
around. I stopped playing, though, at
the end of that piece, and then I
looked; but there wasn't anybody In
sight. But the wax cross was there,
and the coffin plate, and that awful
hair wreath ; and suddenly I felt as If
the room was just full of folks with
great staring eyes. I fairly shook with
shivers, but I managed to shut the
piano and get over to the door where
the light was. Then, a minute later,
out In the big silent hall, I crept on
tiptoe toward the stairs. I knew then,
all of a sudden, why I'd felt somebody
was listening. There was. Across the
hall In the library In the big chair be before
fore before the fire sat Father! And for
'most a whole half-hour I had been
banging away at that piano on
marches and dance music I My I But
I held my breath and stopped short, I
can tell you. But he didn't move nor
turn, and a minute later I was safely
by the door and halfway up the
I stayed in my room the rest of that
evening; and for the second time since
I've been here I cried myself to sleep.
ANOTHER WEEK LATER
Well, I've got them those brown
and blue serge dresses and the calf calfskin
skin calfskin boots. My, but I hope they're
stiff and homely enough all of them I
And hot, too. Aunt Jane did say to today
day today that she didn't know but what
she'd made a mistake not to get ging gingham
ham gingham dresses. But, then, she'd have to
get the gingham later, anyway, she
said; then I'd have both.
Well, they can't be worse than the
serge. That's sure. I hate the serge.
They're awfully homely. Still, I don't
know but it's Just as well. Certainly
it's lots easier to be Mary In a brown
serge and clumpy boots than it is In
the soft, fluffy things Marie used to
wear. You couldn't be Marie in these
things. Honestly, I'm feeling real
Maryish these days.
I wonder if that's why the girls
seem so queer at school. They are
queer. Three times lately I've come
up to a crowd of girls and heard them
stop talking right off short. They col colored
ored colored up, too ; and pretty quick they be began
gan began to slip away, one by one, till there
wasn't anybody left but Just me, just
as they used to do in Boston. But of
course It can't be for the same reason
here, for they've known all along
about the divorce and haven't minded
It at all.
I heard this morning that Stella
Mayhew had a party last night. But I
didn't get invited. Of course, you
can't always ask everybody to your
parties, but this was a real big party,
and I haven't found a girl in school,
yet, that wasn't invited but me. But
I guess it wasn't anything, after all.
Stella Is a new girl that has come
here to live since I went away. Her
folks are rich, and she's very popular,
and of course she has loads of friends
she had to invite ; and she doesn't
know me very well. Probably that was
It. And maybe I just Imagine it about
the other girls, too. Perhaps It's the
brown serge dress. Still, It can't be
that, for this Is the first day I've worn
It. But, as I said, I feel Maryish al already.
ready. already. I haven't dared to touch the piano
since that night a week ago, only once
when Aunt Jane was at a missionary
meeting, and I knew Father was over
to the college. But didn't I have a
good time then? I just guess I did!
Aunt Jane doesn't care for music.
Besides, it's noisy, she says, and would
be likely to disturb Father. So I'm not
to keep on with my music lessons. here.
She's going to teach me to sew In Instead.
stead. Instead. She says sewing Is much more
sensible and useful.
Sensible and useful 1 I wopder how
many times Tve heard those words
since I've been here.' And durable,
too. And nourishing. That's another
word. Honestly, Marie is getting aw awfully
fully awfully tired of Mary's sensible sewing
and dusting, and her durable clumpy
shoes and stuffy dresses, and her nour nourishing
ishing nourishing oatmeal and whole-wheat
bread. But there, what can you do?
I'm trying to remember that it's differ different,
ent, different, anyway, and that I said I liked
I don't see much of Father. Still,
there's something kind of queer about
It, after all. He only speaks to me
about twice a day Just "Good-morning.
Mary," and "Good-night." And
so far as most of his actions are con concerned
cerned concerned you wouldn't think by them
that he knew I was in the house. Yet,
over and over again at the table, and
at times when I didn't even know he
was 'round, I've found him watching
me, and with such a queer, funny look
In his eyes. Then, very quickly al always,
ways, always, he looks right away.
But last night he didn't And that's
especially what I wanted to write
about today. And this is the way It
It was after supper, and I had gone
into the library. Father had gone out
to the observatory as usual, and Aunt
Jane had. zone upstairs to her room as
usual, and as usual t was wandering
'round looking for something to do. I
wanted to play on the piano, but I
didn't dap- to not with all those
dead-hair and wax-flower folks in the
parlor watching me, and the chance of
Father's coming la as he did before.
l was standing in the window star staring
ing staring out at nothing It wasn't quite
dark yet when again I had that queer
feeling that somebody was looking at
me. I turned and there was Father.
He had come in and was sitting In the
big chair by the table. But this time
he didn't look right away as usual and
give me a chance to slip quietly out
of the room, as I always had before.
Instead he said:
"What are you doing there, Mary?"
N-uothing Father frowned and
hitched in his chair. Father always
I.tiches in his chair when he's Irritat Irritated
ed Irritated and nervous. "You can't be doing
nothing. NoHody but a dead man does
nothing and we aren't so sure about
hi;n. What are you doing, Mary?"
"Just 1-looking out the window."
"Come here. I want to talk to you."
I went, of course, at once, and sat
down in the chair near him. He
hitched again in his seat.
"Why don't you do something read,
sew, Writ?" he demanded. "Why do I
always find you moping around, doing
Just like that he said It ; and when
he had just told me
"Why, Father !" I cried ; and I know
that I showed how surprised I was.
"I thought you just said I couldn't do
nothing that nobody could!"
"Eh? What! Tut. tut!" He seemed
very angry at first; then suddenly he
looked sharply into my face. Next, if
you'll believe it, he laughed the
queer little chuckle under his breath
that I've heard him give two or three
times when there was something he
thought was funny. "Humph!" he
grunted. Then he gave me another
sharp look out ef his eyes, and said :
"I don't think you meant that to be
quite so impertinent as It sounded,
Mary, so well let it pass this time.
I'll put my question this way: Don't
you ever knit or read or sew?"
"I do sew every day in Aunt Jane's
room, ten minutes hemming, ten min minutes
utes minutes seaming, and ten minutes basting
patchwork squares together. I don't
know how to knit,"
"How about reading? Don't you
care for reading?"
"Why, of course I do. I love It!"
cried. "And I do read lots at
I knew, then, of course, that IM
made another awful break. There
wasn't any smile around Father's eyes
now, and his Hps came together hard
and thin over that last word.
"At at my home," I stammered. "I
mean, my other home."
"Humph!" grunted Father. Then,
after a minute : "But why, pray, can't
yeu read here? I'm sure" there are
books enough." He flourished his
hands toward the bookcases all
around the room.
"Oh, I do a little; but, you see,
I'm so afraid Til leave some of them
out when Pm-through," I explained.
"Well, what of it? What If you dor
"Why, Father!" I tried to show by
the way I said It that he knew of
course he knew. But he made me tell
him right out that Aunt Jane wouldn't
like it, and that the books always had
to be kept exactly where they be belonged.
longed. belonged. "Well, why not? Why shouldn't
they? Aren't books down there in
Boston kept where they belong,
It was the first' time since I'd come
that he'd ever mentioned Boston; and
I almost jumped out of my chair when
I heard him. But I soon saw it wasn't
going to be the last, for right then
and there he began to question me,
even worse than Aunt Jane had. -.
He wanted to know everything,
everything; all about the house, with
its cushions and cosy corners and cur curtains
tains curtains 'way sp, and books left around
easy to get,, and magaslnea, and Baby
Lestea, and the fun we had romping
with him, and everything. Only, of
course, I didnt mention Mother. Aunt
Jane had told me not to not any anywhere
where anywhere ; and to be specially careful be before
fore before Father. Bat what can you do
when he asks you himself, right out
plain? And that's what he did.
He'd been up on his feet, tramping
up and down the room all the time
I'd been talking; and now, all of a
sudden, ke wkeels around and stops
"How Is your mother, Mary?" he
asks. And it was just as if he'd
opened the door to another room, he
had such a whole lot of questions to
ask after that. And when he'd fin
ished he knew everything: what time
we got up and went to bed, and what
we did all day, and the parties and
dinners and auto rides, and the folks
that came such a lot to see Mother.
Then all of a sudden he stopped
asking questions, I mean. He stopped
just as suddenly as he'd begun. Why,
I was right In the middle of telling
about a concert for charity we got up
just before I came away, and how
Mother had practiced for days and
days with the young man who played
the violin, when all of a sudden Fa Father
ther Father Jerked his watch from his pocket
"There, there. Mary, it's getting
late. You've talked enough too
much. Now go to bed. Good night."
Talked too much, Indeed! And
who'd been making me do all the
talklns. I should like to know? But-
Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 22-tf
of course, l couldn't say anything.
That's the unfair part of it. Old folks
can say anything, anything they want
to to you, but you can't say a thing
back to them not a thing.
And so I went to bed. And the
next day all that Father said to me
was, "Good-morning, Mary," and
"Good-night," just as he had ever
since I came. And that's all he's said
yesterday and today. But he's looked
at me a lot, I know, because at meal mealtimes
times mealtimes and others', when he's been In
the room with me, Tve looked up and
found his eyes en me. Funny, isn't it?
TWO WEEKS LXTER
Well, I don't know as I have any anything
thing anything very special to say. Still, I sup suppose
pose suppose I ought to write something; so
m put down what little there Is.
Of course, there doesn't so much
happen here, anyway, as there does at
home I mean In Boston. (I must stop
calling It home down to Boston as If
this wasnt home at all. It makes Aunt
Jane very, very angry, and I don't
think Father likes It very well.) Btft,
as I was saying, there really doesn't
so much happen here as there does
down to Boston ; and It Isn't nearly so
interesting. But, there! I suppose I
mustn't expect it to be interesting. I'm
Mary now, not Marie.
There aren't any teas and dinners
and pretty ladies and music and soulful-eyed
prospective nltors here. My I
Wouldn't Aunt Jane have four fits?
And Father, too. Dot I'd Just like to
put one of Mother's teas with the little
cakes and flowers and talk and tink tinkling
ling tinkling laughs down In Aunt Jane's par parlor,
lor, parlor, and then watch what happened.
Oh, of course; the party couldn't stand
It long not in there with the hair
wreath and the coffin plate. But they
could stand It long enough for Pather
to thunder from the library! "Jane,
what In Heaven's name is the mean meaning
ing meaning of all this?" And for Aunt Jane to
give one look at the kind of clothes
real folks wear, and then flee with
her hands to her ears and her eyes up upraised
raised upraised to the celling. Wouldn't It be
But, there! What's the use of Imag Imagining
ining Imagining perfectly crazy. Impossible
things like that? We haven't had a
thing here in that parlor since I came
but one missionary meeting and one
Ladies' Aid Sewing circle; and after
the last one (the sewing circle) Aunt
Jane worked a whole day picking
threads off the carpet, and smooth smoothing
ing smoothing down the linen covers because
they'd got so mussed up. And ,1
heard her tell the hired girl that she
shouldn't have that eewing clreie hre
again in a hurry, and when she did
have them they'd haveT:o sew in the
dining room with a sheet spread down
to catch the threads. My but I would
like to see Aunt Jane with one of
Mother's teas in her parlor!
I can't see as Father has changed
much if any these laet two weeks.. He
still doesn't pay much of any attention
to me, though I do find him looking at
me sometimes, just asllf he was trying
to make up his mind about something.
He doesn't say hardly anything to me,
only once or twice Vhen he got to
asWng questions again about Bostdh
The last time I told him all about
Mr. Harlow, and he was so Interested
I just happened to mention his name,
and he wanted to know right away if
it was Mr. Carl Harlow, and If I knew
I Do Find Him Looking at Me Some Sometimes,
times, Sometimes, Just as If He Was Trying to
Make Up His Mind About Something.
whether Mother had ever known him
before. And of course I told him right
away that it was the same one she
was engaged to before she was en engaged
gaged engaged to him.
Father looked funny and Mtod of
grunted and said, yes, yea, he knew.
Then he said, "That will do, Mary."
And he began to read his book again.
But he never turned a page, and It
wasn't five minutes before he got up
and walked around the room, picking
out books from the bookcases and put putting
ting putting them right back. Then he turned
to me and asked with a kind of of-course-I-don't-care
. air :
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.
Complete line of luggage and ward
robe trunks. Agent for Indestrueto
trunk. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D 19-tf
Just received fresh Spanisn Mack Mack-eral
eral Mack-eral at City Fish Market. Phone
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.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Five-passenger Kline car.
Ail in. fair condition.
$175 and take your pick.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
5-1-tf Ocala, Fla,
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
sewing machines. AH repair work
guaranteed. Phone 502 green.
Cardwell Sewing Machine Co
1-tf 317 N. Magnolia St, Ocala, Fla.
ihe lemperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
Are Always Low and Quality High
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY :g
Watch forOur Delivery Boy a With Red Wheel 2t
"Fighting Parson," World
Tells of His Amazing
Restoration to Health
" I HAVE taken only one and a half
1 packages of Ironized Yeast, yet I
have gained ten pounds in 15 days."
Such is the remarkable statement of
the Rev. L. W. Vandergriff, pattor of
the Falrview Church, Athens, Tenn.,
whose experiences during the world
war have caused hira to be known by
many as "the Fighting Parson."
I was crippled up in the army,
and have been in 111 health ever since.
Bat now, thank God, I am on the road
to .recovery, and feel better than I
have felt in five years. I am only too
pleased to give this testimony, for I
think I am doing my fellow man a
service if I can induce him to try
From everywhere come equally
surprising reports of the apparent
"miracles' performed by I RON I ZED
YEAST. And all because IRONIZED
YEAST embodies an exclusive scien scientific
tific scientific process a process which enables
yeast to bring its wonderful res alts
often in half the usual time 1
How New Process Makes
. Yeast Doubly Effective
While Science admits that Yeast is
of wonderful value in building flesh,
clearing the skin, and increasing
energy, it is found that yeast alone is
not enough to bring 100 per cent re re-suits.
suits. re-suits. For while yeast contains certain
vital health-building elements, experi experiments
ments experiments prove that some other agent is
needed in order toqnicklyCONVERT
these important yeast elements into'
new. firm tissue, energy and health.
Everyone knows the great value of
iron in changing our food into living
cells. So working on this problem,
our scientists finally discovered the
amazing process of ironlsation the
WE HAVE PACKERS' CHECKS AND
PACKERS TICKETS. CALL OR
PHONE US YOUR ORDER
Star Publishing Company
Phone 51 Ocala, Florida
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Of Intention to Apply for Charter
The Bonita Fishing Club
. a 1 m m
XMouce is nereoy given tnat tne un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the judge of
the circuit court for Marion county
on the 9th day of May, 1922. for a
charter incorporating the undersigned
into a body politic under, the name,
and style of THE BONITA FISHING
CLUB, which said proposed charter is
now on file in the office of the clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county,
The character and object of the
corporation to be formed is; To pro
mote and foster interest in out of door
sports, especially angling and hunt
ing, and to provide suitable means and
opportunity, for the enjoyment there
of by the members of the club.
T. T. Munroe.
T. P. Drake.
J. H. Spencer.
B. F. McGraw.
P. V. Leavengood.
' H. M. Hamnton.
4-5-Thur E. H. Martin.
PHONE 243 &
scientific process which enables you to
derive from yeast ALL of the won wonderful
derful wonderful benefits it holds for you.
Beware of Substitutes
This remarkable process of frooiza frooiza-tion
tion frooiza-tion Is embodied only in IRONIZED
YEAST, the one scientifically correct
yeast treatment. Therefore do not
, accept imitations. Always insist upon
the genuine IRONIZED YEAST.
It is the only way you can be sure of
getting the be. Get IRONIZED
YEAST today. $1.00 a package.
While IRONIZED YEAST
la told at all drugricti ca
oar Satisfaction Guaran
teed basis, tboae who wisb may try it abso absolutely
lutely absolutely FREE. Simply mail the coupon. It
will bring- yon the famous Three Day Trial
Treatment. Watch thm nnlft f
Free Trial Coupon j
on uxnuzw lease vo. Xlt I
AtUata.'C. Dpt. 0
Pteaw end me the fa moat THRJH5 I
DAY FREE TRIAL. TREATMENT of I
lionised Ycaat. I
Paly Oa Trial Packaat a FanT j
OCALA EVENING STAB, THtftSOA Y, MAY 4, Mi
We wish to avir.ourfc; hat the part partnership
nership partnership of Mr-iSek, i;u"and and Con-
drick have b.-cn dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. Condrick retiring, and
the firm will in the future be Mrasek
& Durand, tinners- and sh'-et metal
workers, plumbers, and fitters. Busi Business
ness Business phone 335; residence; phone 579.
Office 210 Osceola St., Oca'a, Fla. 4t
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor have re returned
turned returned from a short trip to Valdosta,
where they went last Friday.
NOTICE TO MASON'S
Regular meeting of Marion-Dunn
'Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M., at the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic hall at 8 p. m. today. Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Men's TROUSERS and SHIRTS.
New low prices. FISHEL'S. 2t
A demonstration of Dennison crepe
paper articles is being held at THE
BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
DR. K. J.
The i.ettei you care for
your eyes the better
vos will care for
-j. v :ali?t
Both Mrs. A. (S. Blowers and her
i ii l ? i a J
ar were uaaiy oruisea yesieraay
when another car driven by Mr. Turch
ran into them, near the union station.
Mrs. Blowers was coming: in from her
home north of town, had crossed the
Seaboard and was driving toward the
opening ot jiain street, wnen there
was a collision with Mr. Turch and
is car, coming' from the station. Mr.
"arch's car struck Mrs. Blowers'
amidships, and if his auto had been a
heavy one Mrs. Blowers would have
been killed or seriously hurt. Mr.
urch says the restaurant fence kept
!m from seeing the other car until
they were almost together.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nix who was taken
to the hospital yesterday, is resting
New Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothine & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Satisfied Customers, our best asset
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Griggs of Lynne
were in town today, and reported fine
rains in their neighborhood.
You'll 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 Sduth Main
street, phone 74. 28-6t
JUDGE THE QUESTION
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in. ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety -for every purpose. Let us fill
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Richard Dewey is again at his
in the Munroe & Chambliss
after a short stay in Jackson
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
Circles A- and B of the Baptist
church will hold, a sale of candy, cake
and lancy work Saturday morning
from. 9:30 to 12:30 on the Ocala House
V isit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery,
s a beauty you will like it. tf-
CARD OF, THANKS
The home of Mrs. S. A. Standley on
Oklawaha avenue is undergoing a
thorough renovation. Besides roofing
nnd outside repairs, the inside is un-
1 rnincr n rparrar.cpmpnt. TViic Vir
f e -w ..." -f-. y
tn-o-story house is being made into
two apartments, one upstairs and one
diwn stairs, each having separate en entrance,
trance, entrance, and will be roomy and modern
We wish to thank our friends and
relatives for the many kindnesses
shown us during the recent illness
and death of our husband and 'father,
the doctor for his care and attention
and every one for the beautiful floral
offerings. .vlrs. J. A. Holt
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Merrill and I
family, who have been making Iheir
home in Ocala for several years, left
Tuesday. They went to St. Augustine
to be present at the ordination of
Bishop Barry. They will stop in
Washington before going to Massillon,
Ohio, where they will probably locate.
Then She Recoflnized Him.
Courtney Ryley Cooper at a Dutch
treat luncheon told of the days when
he was press agem ior uuunu J
Cooper now writes short stories of cir- j
eus life. One night Buffalo Bill came J
out to his ranch late and drove upj
qmetly to his house. He knocked at j
the door. "Who's there?" said Mrs.
Buffalo BilL "It's Bill." was the reply.
"I know better." said the wife, "get!
away from that door or Til fill you full
f holes and I'm a sure shot." The;
old plainsman was thoughtful for a
moment, then tip-toed back to his
buggy, drove a short distance, turnea
about and beat the horse into a wild
run. He cut across the yard, tore up a
tree or two.- raked down a fence, upset
a itern and finally drove the horse
the front porclr. Then he
Mrs. Clarence M. Tucker arrived in
Ocala yesterday from ( Porto Rico and
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Jones. Mr. Tucker will
return to this country as soon as the
college in which he is an instructor
clones for the summer.
knocked at the door. "Come in. Mil Millie,"
lie," Millie," said his wife. New York Corre-;
spondence of the Indianapolis Star. j
My married sister Invited me to pass i
a VWE at ner uuiue u uje-ri a
frigid of the family. Afte being intro
duced he moved to anotner enair. i.
As the train made its two-mlnut
stop at the suburban station the com commuter
muter commuter was aroused from her study of
the morning paper by a companion In
the car. Some one had found a very
fat purse in the seat behind her and
.was .wildly searching for the late oc occupant.
cupant. occupant. "It belongs to the old lady,
was called from across .the aisle, and
the finder hurried to thrust It Into the
trembling hand of a very frail old lady
who had just reached the door. As she
turned to smile her thanks the door doorway
way doorway framed a charming picture of be bewildered
wildered bewildered gratitude, then she was gone
"Poor old lady, it must have meant a
lot to her," was the sympathetic mur murmur
mur murmur that went through the car just as
an excited girl dashed Into the other
door, calling, "Yes, this was the car.
this was the seat. I left my purse 1"
"We gave It to the old lady!" and a
very crestfallen benefactor pointed to
the crowd on the platform. The girl
turned and fled, the train pulled out
and the passengers are still wondering.
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Mrs. Clifford Anderson who has
been in Ocala for two weks, has re returned
turned returned to her home in Tampa. Mrs.
Anderson was called here on account
pf the illness of her mother, Mrs. L.
T. Izlar. Mrs. many friends of Mrs.
Izlar will be glad to hear that she is
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
thinking he meant me
chair, nulled it toward
ward where he had left his chair and
landed on the floor, to the i musement
At the same time !e backed to
Twc-Thirds Are. Married.
Notwithstanding the H. C. of L.
nearly two-thirds of the population of
the United States, from fifteen years
up, is married. But notwithstanding
all you read about the prevalence of
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
U a leauty yon will like it. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bockhouse have
returned from down the west coast.
Mr. tsocknouse nad a building con
You'll find all kinds of Western a'nd
Florida meats served under sanitary
conditions at a first class market.
Eagle Meat Markef, 122 South Main I
Come around and see our window,
street, phone 74. 28-6t
Sparr, May 3. Mrs. Annie Newton
and little daughter Nell, are home
again, after a very pleasant visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Cody and family left
Saturday for their home in New
Mr. and Mrs. Preston have gone to
Northfield Falls, Vt., to spend the
Mr. D. W. Hooker has recently pur
chased the Cody place, so he and his
family will continue to make Sparr
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clemmons of
Citra were visitors in our community
Mr. and Mrs. George Carlton and
Mrs. J. E. Thomas motored to .Citra
Tuesday and enjoyed a splendid lec lecture,
ture, lecture, on China, given by Mrs. Sarah
We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs.
flli J Julius Clemmons in the community
iapam. Ihey will make their home in
(UATEri under this heading are as fh TotririW hnildino hnildino-follow:
follow: hnildino-follow: Maximum of six lines one time tne otridge OUUding.
izc; three times 50c; six times 75c; one The ladies of the Woodmen Circle
uiontn iJ.un. -Aii accounts payable in .,, . . . ,,T
it aate except to those who have reg- I win entertain tomgni at me wooa-
Among those who went to St. Au
gustine tor tne- ordination ceremony
were Rev. Brehnan, Mrs. L. R. Cha-
zal, Miss Dorothy Schreiber, Misses
Lillie and Rose Lopez. They will re return
turn return to Ocala tomorrow.
of everyone but himself. H left early the divort e evil, the census bureau
and we have never met since. says inert- art- my auwu outr-uau nui-
course he thinks I did it on purpose. lion divorced persons in the country.
Exchange. Capper s v eekly says. Maybe they
i don't stay that way. Mississippi and
World Progress. Arkajisss have the largest proportion
The Twentieth century has just com- f marr A(1 men. G2.S. and Nevada the
pleted Its twenty-first year. It seems smallej!t 4r,.o. it seems strange that
scarcely credible that when the cen- j ,n th tern states the nroDOrtion of
tury was born such commonplaces of i married ien !s sms,il and of married
today as the airplane, wireless teleg
raphy, motion pictures, the submarine
and the automobile barely existed.
New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.
women lar.re. The explanation Is
the higb f: f!' of men to women. East Eastern
ern Eastern gi:N should take Horace Creeiey'a
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
t. .Ok .Oi .O; .. w .. .. .Oi. .-w w .. .Oi .Oi .. .x .-r
g Eagle Grocery and Meat Market!
Mr. James Engesser has gone 4to
Fort Lauderdale, having been called
there by the sickness of her sister,
Mrs. Charles Flippen.
ular advertising accounts.
LOST On the Dunnellon road near
the city Wednesday night, a 30x3
Firestone cord tire. Return to C.
P. Howell on Dunnellon road and
receive reasonable reward. 4-6t
man hall, from eight to ten o'clock, in
honor of the W. O. W. Quite a num
ber of invitations have been sent out
j and a very pleasant time is antici
Reserved for You
and your guests. That's ore 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 Htel
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth
ing & Shoe oC. 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 triai.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Out of Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Circles A and B of the Baptist
church will hold a sale of candy, cake
ana tancy work Saturday morning
from 9:30 to 12:30 on the Ocala House
WANTED 100 colored laborers in
the city of Daytona, Fla., for con concrete
crete concrete and asphalt paving. Wages
17 per hour, working ften hours
per day. Pay in cash every Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Free bunk house and commis commissary
sary commissary attached. Don't write. Come
ready to work ATLANTIC BITU BITU-LITHIC
LITHIC BITU-LITHIC CO., Daytona, Fla. 3-6t
M. H. Naif with Fred Demetrie asd Sain Schschey
Fraternal Orders M
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and daugh
ter Margaret, have returned from
Jacksonville, where they went espe especially
cially especially to attend the Galli Curci concert.
Don't fail to sea Miss Turner make
beads of Dennison's crepe paper and
wax at THE BOOK SHOP. 5-St
NOTICE We have moved from 121
West Broadway to No. 5 East Fort
King and are now ready to repair
your leaky radiators. Can make a
new radiator for your car in one
day. Auto Radiator Works.
5-2-6t tues wed thur f ri mon tues
FOR RENT Apartment at 1129 Fort
King avenue. Apply to Mrs. New New-som,
som, New-som, phone 207. 2-tf
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
tnd fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
In our new Market you v id ind every- V
thing screened and kepi in strictly sani-
tary condition; Give us a trial on our
Western and Florida Meats. Quality &
highest and prices lowest. Free deliv- Si
SWIFT PREMIUM HAM KIXGAN'S SLICED HAM sZ
STAPLE GROCERIES, GREEN GROCERIES
EAGLE GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
Opposite Harrington nail Hotel
Miss Mary Scott, who has been con
fined to her home for the past two
weeks on account of sickness, is suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently recovered to 'be out again.
. Miss Turner is demonstrating at
The Book Shop the making of paper
flowers, hats, dresses, lamp shades
and other useful things. 5-3t
Mjt-. M. A. Ten Eyck, who has been
enioyincr a visit in Jacksonville, has
returned home. Mrs. Ten Eyck attend attended
ed attended the Galli Curci recital.
FOR SALE Fine fresh milk cow and
two nice Jersay 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
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply 212 Orange avenue. 28-tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrick, C V
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ARE YOU PARTICULAR
FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT GOOD PRINTING IS GOOD INVESTMENT
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
ut 7:30 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander,
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
Circles A and B of the Baptist
church will hold a sale of candy, cake
and fancy work Saturday morning
from 9:30 to 12:30 on the Ocala House
WANTED To buy hewn heart long long-leaf
leaf long-leaf pine ties. Please communicate
with us promptly. Georgia- Florida
Pine Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. 28-6t
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. JS.
FOR SALE Jersey cow and five j
months Jersey heifer calf. Apply! 0caja Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
T. P. Drake, city. 27-6t and protective Order of Elks, meets
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax and Mrs.
R. L. Anderson Jr., who have been in
Jacksonville since Sunday, have re rein
in rein ned home.
Careful estimates made on ail con
tract work. Gives more and better For prompt prescription work phor.e
work for the money than any other j x0. 14. Sitting's Drug Sto-e. 25-tf
contractor in the city.
STRAYED White and Wack flea
bitten pointer gyp; one side of head
black and the other white. Veryj
easily distinguished. Answers to j
the name of Whitie. Liberal reward j
fnr return to Fred Malever. 22-tf :
Country cured hams sliced at the
Mam Street Market. Phone 10S. 13 POX LABELS We are eouiDned for
I 7 1
furnishing the fruit and vegetable j
growers with box labels in one or!
more colors oi mK at reasonaDie
lishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main sireet.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. B B-C.
C. B-C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe have re returned
turned returned freVn a visit to Jacksonville.
Dr. Weihe, while in Jacksonville, ac
quired a fine sedan car, and will re
turn for it next week.
Regular conventions of the Ocala
short notice. Star Pub- Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the f ourto
j r ricay m every montn at a p. m.
A. L. Lucas. H. P.
'-. B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Ewofaan Pka Ccmpleie. Modem. Scrwnrd outside roomi.
Vt Mealed. l 50 uCk Cafe n comecrton. Convenejn
Evwylt In heart of Oy Send for Booklet.
m WINDLE W. SMITH. PwoV. t
Mrs. S. C. Bui?t of Blackviile. S. C,
who ha? been in Ocala for several
drys called here on account of tl.'
illness of her mother Mrs. Ir.lar, has
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phore 108. 13
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
OR 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
B. L. Adams, R
ery Number 19,
meets every sec
ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at
A. L. Lucas, E. C.
send out a
ARE YOU HARD
TO DT U A CT?D JEH33E!
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
CALL PHONE NUMBER FTVTONE AND LET US TALK IT OVER
STAR PUBLISHING CO.
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