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WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy tonight and Saturday, probably local thunder showers.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 64; this afternoon, 80.
Sun Rises' Tomorrow, 5:39; Sets, 7:08
. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 101
SPECIAL TOUR IS M'RAE SUCCEEDS
CHARIOTS OF FIRE
READY TO RACE
BEGIN TO ELK
A LITTLE AHEAD
LAKE CITY ONE IFOR III SOOII
. M ANDREWS
A Close and Spirited Game Yesterday
Afternoon Opened the Baseball
Season in Oca la
(L. T. I.)
From the time Mayor Peek threw
the ball tha officially opened the 1922
.season in Ocala until the last man
was out in the ninth inning, yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's game was a death struggle be between
tween between Boswell for Ocala and Brown
for Lake City, with Brown little the
stronger in the fight. Boswell was
invincible, letting up only one hit and
a scratch hit in the nine innings, but
he was a little wild in the first three
innings and by walking a man and
throwing two bad ones let in the only
run of the game. Brown had a slow
floater that baffled the Ocala lads.
Only four hits were registered
against Brown and Boswell got two
of them. Capo, the Lake City left
fielder, ran into Chaplain, their short shortstop
stop shortstop and injured himself so painfully
that he had to be taken out of the
game and was sent back to Lake City
at once in an auto.
Before getting hurt Capo made a
beautiful catch of a- foul off Over
street's bat. Harrigan, the Lake City
second baseman, made a wonderful
stop of a grounder over the second
sack. He threw himself at full length
on the ground to reach the ballt and
then threw it to the bag in time to
get his man. Van Landingham, the
Ocala third sacker. stabbed a hot
grass cutter with one hand and nab
bed the runner at first. This piece of
highway robbery snatched a hit away
from Hoke. Joe Brooks made a pret
ty catch of a thrown ball from the
The game by innings:
First. Lake City: Harrigan led
off with a strike out. Overstreet drop
ped the last strike but threw him out
at first. Chaplain followed with a" 'fly
to left. Hoke walked but Nedley
struck out and retired the side. Ocala:
Taylor led off with a grounder to
third and was out at first. Brooks
reached first when the first baseman
dropped the ball. Liddell sacrificed
Brooks to second but Van Landing Landing-ham
ham Landing-ham retired the side when he went
out, third to first.
Second. Lake City: Easterly walk walked.
ed. walked. Capo flew out to short. Easterly
was caught napping off first by Over Over-street
street Over-street and 'Brooks and the first thing
he knew the umpire was requesting
that he return to his dugout. Huber
struck out J Ocala: Wood struck out,
Harris went out second to first; Over Over-street
street Over-street went out on a long fly to left
and let Capo star on the catch.
Third. Lake City: In this frame
the visitors made the only run of the
game. Fisher led off and went out,
pitcher to first. Brown drew a free
pass on four wide ones. Harrigan
struck out but the last strike hit the
ground in front of the plate and got
by the catcher, allowing Brown to go
to third and Harrigan to reach sec second.
ond. second. Another wild ball allowed Brown
to score and resulted in catching Har
rigan at the plate, Overstreet to Bos
well. Chaplain struck out and retired
the side. Ocala: Smith led off and
flew out to center. Boswell singled
but was forced at second when Tay Taylor
lor Taylor hit to short. The double play fail failed
ed failed when Harrigan over threw first.
Taylor was caught trying to steal
Fourth. Lake City: Hoke, Nedley
and Easterly took the one, two, three
rotue to their dugout. Ocala: Brooks
came up first and went out, pitcher
to first; Liddell walked but was forced
at second when Van Landingham hit
to second; Wood out, pitcher to first
Van JLandineham left stranded on
Fifth. Lake City: Capo struck
out. Huber walked and reached sec
ond when Smith dropped the peg from
Overstreet. This is the only error
made by Ocala's infield and it was
more than excusable for the runner
ran into Smith and knocked the ball
from his hand in the mix-up. Fisher
struck out and Brown went out, sec
ond to first. Ocala: Only three local
batters faced Brown in this inning.
Harris flew out to short, Overstreet
grounded out, third to first, and
Smith flew out to deep center.
Sixth. Lake City: Harrigan, Chap
lain and Hoke gave little trouble in
this square, as none of them reached
first. Ocala: Boswell struck out, Tay-j
low flew out to left, Brooks reached'
Senator Trammel has Accepted Gen.
Gilchrist's Dare for a Debating
Tour of the State
Tampa, May 5. (By Associated
Press). Senator Trammel! has ac
cepted Gen. Gilchrist's challenge for
a series of joint debates prior to the
primary, according to information
from Gen. Gilchrist's campaign man-
ager. ueorge r. itaney, cnairman oi
the democratic state committee, will
be asked to arrange dates and an
first when short threw wild but was
caught trying to stel second
Seventh. Lake City: Nedley hit a
long fly between center arid right
which Harris proceeded to annex with
his sticky glove by one of the niftiest
catches seen on the local diamond
Easterly got a clean single but the
boy again took a nap on first and
woke up when Doc Izlar requested
him to realize that he was out, catcher
to first. Easterly ought to try sleep
ing a little at night. Hanson went
out. Ditcher to first. Ocal: Liddell
led off but was unable to keep his hit
out of Harrigan s way and was
thrown out at first. Van Landingham
beat out an infield hit to third, but
underestimated Easterling's peg and
was caught at second. Easterling has
has a wonderful arm hung on him
Wood went out short to first.
Eighth. Lake City: Three up and!
three down. One foul by Huber to
Brooks and two strike-outs by Fisher
and Brown. Ocala: Harris, Overstreet
and Smith; one, two, three.
Ninth. Both teams pulled off a
double play in the ninth. Lake City
started off with Harrigan. He went
out second to first. Chaplain singled
but Hoke hit a line drive to Smith
who doubled Harrigan at first, retir retiring
ing retiring the side. Ocala: Boswell led off
with his second single of the game.
Taylor drove out a fly between left
and center that looked like a sure
ticket for two bases. At the crack of
the bat Boswell lit out for second and
the left fielder Hanson, lit out for
center field to intercept the ball. There
didn't seem to be a chance for him to
catch the drive and the crowd went
wild. Boswell had rounded second
and was headed for third when Han
son and the ball reached the same
point at the same time. Reaching at
full length in front of him Hanson
grabbed the old apple and immediate
ly doubled Boswell at first. Ocala's
cause looked hopeless. Two down in
the ninth. Stephens was put in as a
pinch hitter to bat for Brooks. Steve
lucked an error through second and
reached first. Jimmie Liddell singled
and again the crowd was losing its
head when Van Landingham flew out
to left and ended the game.
Lake City, 1; Ocala, 0.
The box score follows:
Name AB R H PO A
Harrigan, 2nd 4 0 0 4 5
Chaplain, ss 4
Hoke, cf 3
Nedley, 1st 3
Easterly, c 2
Capo, If 2
Huber, 3rd 2
Fisher, rf 3
Brown, p 2
Hanson, If 1
26 1 2 27 17 4
Name AB R H PO A E
Taylor, ss 4 0 0 1 2 0
Brooks, 1st 3 0 0 14 0-0
Liddell, cf 2 0 1 1 0 0
V. Landingham, 3d 4 0 10 1 0
Wood, If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Harris, rf... 3 0 0 1 0 0
Overstreet, c 3 0 0 7 3 0
Smith, H., 2nd 3 0 0 1 3 1
Boswell, p 3 0 2 1 2 2
Stephens 1 0 0 0 0 0
29 0 4 27 11 3
The errors credited to Boswell are
the two balls that went by the pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. There is a little question as to
whether Overstreet or Boswell de deserved
served deserved these errors.
Summary: Sacrifice hits, Liddell.
Struck out by Boswell 8; by Brown,
2. Walked by Boswell, 4; by Brown,
1. Wild pitches, Boswell, 2. Double
plays, Hanson to Nedley; Smith to
Brooks. Left on bases, Lake City, 2;
Ocala. 4. Hits off Boswell, 2; off
Brown, 4. Time, 1:43. Umpires, Doc
Ialar. and Red Davis. Gate receipts,
$171. Scorer, L. T. I.
New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce I
Thanks People of All Communities I
Visited bv All-Florida Boosters for
Their Friendly Reception.
Jacksonville, may 4. wnereas,
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce in
an enort to zoster greater inenosnip
and acquaintance among all Florida
communities in order that interests of
the state be advanced to the greatest
possible extent; and,
wnereas, lowards tnis end, dusi-
ness men of Jacksonville engaged on
a snt-rial tour ovpr a larp't nortion of
Florida, April 25 to 28, inclusive,
on nran-ina- n Hytrin of fripnrf-
liness among not only such cities as looking to the organization of a mix mix-were
were mix-were actually visited but all others clalms commission which will pass
which in the aggregate comprise the uPon uims growing out of uie seiz seiz-cr
cr seiz-cr tatP nf Florida and. me of Property in the United States
- F I
Whereas, The spirit in which the
tour was undertaken, was in every
nocn rnm(iBH to in Vinn ann all
visits were especially marked by an
all-prevadipg cordiality evidencing
the fact that there has indeed been
engendered firm conviction that indi individual
vidual individual community advancement is en entirely
tirely entirely dependent upon all-state de
velopment; now, therefore, be it
Kesoived, ay tna, delegation oi
Jacksonville business men, in meeting
assembled aboard their special train,!
bv some pertinently designated the
Friendship Limited," that sentiments
of deepest appreciation are hereby
voiced as regards the receptions ac
corded by the several Florida com
munities visited during the "All-
Florida" tour; and, be it
Resolved, That the delegation
thanks the' citizenship of Ocala for its
friendly reception of the "All-Florida"
tion exists in the realization
... j .v m it
realization in common with that of
the Jacksonville men, that "All-Florida"
development is the paramount
concern of all places within its bor
ders, so that finally each locality will
achieve to the splendid destiny that
spells the ultimate for every place so
fortunately situated; and, finally be it
Resolved. That conies of these reso-l
lutions be sent to the commercial or-1
. j .v
ganizations, the mayors and the
newspapers of the communities enter-
r 1. . .
tne Aii-r loriaa movement.
H. P. Adair, President,
A.- W." Snell, Manager,
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce.
THE PRESBYTERIAN MEETING
The attendance was 100 per cent
last night, jand we had a great meet
ing. Mr. Leckemby's sermon was onl
thtk spcnnn mminc nf Jesna Christ Alii
come out again tonignt. jno services
Saturday. Try and attend all three
services Sunday, as this will be your
last chance to hear one of the finest
preachers that has ever visited the
o J .Ml T : 411
ounuay a nee win vucuus win
taken for Mr.
t t l
who came to our city without
thought of personal gain; in fact, he
stated that he would leave this issue
entirely up to us. Now, friends, we
have all enoved his sermons. He has
helped us and he has helped our eftT.L. q Kathleen Patterson,
au 0nv,w xxxxxi j uuua jr j
much we appreciate what he has done
for us. Remember you are investing
your money in the Lord s service,
which will pay you higher dividends
than any gilt-edged bonds that were
ever boueht throueh the stock ex
change. E. J. Collier,
Chairman Board of Deacons.
A WALKING DREADNAUGHT
Los Angeles, May 5. A man wear
ms twentv-two pounds of armor
plate a quarter of an inch thick be
neath his shirt was arrested here to-
TT 1 1 A. A J
day. He also had typewritten mstruc-
tions from a burglar's correspondence
school and was armed. ine armor
was found wnen tne ponce tapped toe i
man inadvertently and neard tne nng
For service, attractiveness and
economy, uoid seal Jongoieum An
Rugs solve one of the biggest prob-
lems confronting the housewife. We
have just received some choice pat-
terns, and the prices are reduced for
Friday and Saturday only. George
MacKay & Co., furniture depart
We are now churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone94. Marion County Creamery.
As Chief of Staff, Filling the Vacancy
Caused by the Latter
Washington, May o. (Associated
Press). The selection of Srisradier
General. James H. McRae. first assist
ant chief of gtaffj to maj-or gen.
eral to gjj the vacancy caused by the
death of Major General James T. Me-
Andrew, was announced today by
Secretary Weeks. General McRae
commander the Seventv-eiehth divis
jon in the world war
XT j. t
egouauons are unuer way oe-
lwte" lDe umtea oiaies ana Germany
I 1 1 1 t
ny u upon ciaum, mea
" k"c w""cu ujr
UU4U aS a rebUlt OI lne ng I
A favorable report was voted by
the House labor committee on the
Bland bill to create a fact finding
commission for the coal industry.
Mayday Festival Given by Pupils Of
The Primary and Grammar
Dunnellon, May 4. The good rain
in this section has made the truck
growers hustle. Vegetables are be,-
ing shipped rapidly..
Mrs. G. J. Pedrick made a business
trip to Williston last Tuesday.
Mrs. A. G. Pickett of Williston
motor dowa to the -end
wiin ner moiner, jars. J. xs. nunt
juiss neien wnite spent a zew flays
with her sister Mrs. R. N. Wels, in
Auburndale, last week,
The primary and grammar depart
ment of the Dunnellon high school
gave a May Day festival Tuesday
evening, May 2nd. The basket ball
court was transformed into a fairy
(rorrlan aiiV7'inr Ant Via aaIa onhAma
. ., .
I nT Tna rainhntir "l ha t1 "vyit yytawa
cauea Dy me opim oi spring, repre-
'.jut t i i i
sented by Louise Lang, who looked
r. ... . ,.
beautiful in jade green organdie tnm-
med in rosebuds.
Tiny tots dressed
as sweet peas, pansies, violets, dais
ies and roses were introduced by a
song of each of the flowers. In the
center of the court was a fountain
filled with fern and lilies. Around
this the flowers danced very grace
fully. Like magic, little brownies ap
peared out of the miniature forest and
amused the audience with their corn-
Andrew Turner as chief
... . ..
of the woodsmen then sent them in
search of the queen and her attend
ants. The attendants, a tiny couple,
followed by a larger couple, ushered in
the queen, who was found asleep un
der a huge toad-stool by Albert Har-
Tkxr Ana of friA lirf la hmnmioa 1 r.o
1 1 ,Hcarfc oc1 in T,Bfcl
a'" i --
oreandie costumes: tne boys wore
white flannels. The king, Alfred
Quinn, a handsome youth, was wait waiting
ing waiting for the queen at the throne which
was a scene of loveliness in white
with Easter lilies and lighted candle
looked lovely in fluffy white organdie,
ghe ascended the throne fouowed by
cn)wn Jja who
. . . ,1W nwnT, i:0
& ciwn of asparagus fern and
white clematic on a white satin pil.
low. The crowning service here was
very impressive. In honor of the
king and queen the dance of the May
pole was given. To the sorrow of the
audience the little sandmen dressed
in gray appeared with bags of sand
and sang "Drowsy Head. The fairy
forest composed of 120 boys and girls
dressed in costumes made a very ef-
f ti sl town Mildred Brodus,
appearing m blue tulle over pink
cMffon a ribbon- shower the
. nf fhtt rter lilv a a erand
Ittv nnn lrnmw
A TUKWADU l?i lliJLAS
Austin, Texas, May 5. The death
today of a negro brought to ten the
list of fatalities in the tornado which
late yesterday struck the west side of
I Austin and swept down to Oak Hill,
- j eight miles southwest, causing. prop-
erty damage estimated at $400. About
forty are known to be injured.
"KEDS" White Walking Shoes for
t comfort. FISHEL'S.
In a Battle Yesterday Between Offi-
cers and Bandits Near. Can Canton,
ton, Canton, Ohio
Canton; O., May 5. (Associated
Press). Three men are dead and two
bandits are dying as the result of a
gun battle five miles' north of here
yesterday between a posse and four
gunmen, following the kidnaping of
a motorcycle policeman who had ar arrested
rested arrested the gunmen for speeding. The
dead include two gunmen and one
member of the posse.
BIG MAJORITY FOR BEVERIDGE
Indiana's Republican Primary Elec Election
tion Election a Direct Rebuke For
Indianapolis, May 5. (Associated
Press). Albert J. Beveridge defeated
Senato Harry New by 20,472 votes in
Tuesday's primary for the republican
senatorial nomination, according to
complete unofficial figures tabulated
by the Associated Press here today.
Beveridge received 205,410, and New,
The American Legion Auxiliary met
in, the armory on Wednesday evening.
Owing to the inclement weather the
meeting was not well attended. It
was, however, "a session full of en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and business.
Plans were completed for getting
official markers for the graves of all
the brave boys who gave their lives
for their country during the late
war and whose bodies lie within the
limits of Marion county. These
markers, showing the emblem of the
American Legion, and the name of the
soldier lying there, will be put in
place on Memorial Day.
As this unit is now well established
on a firm foundation, a permanent
charter is to be applied for. We have
earned also, by our growth, a place
on the honor roll of the national
Plans were made to help with the
big carnival for which the legion and
hospital auxiliary are preparing. Also
for the observation of Mother's Day,
Sunday, May 14th.
Beautiful Easter lilies and petunias
made the cheerful rooms of the arm
ory more inviting and home-like,
Last but not least of the evening's
activities was that which interferred,
for the time being, with the official
activities of the legion boys, the serv
ing of the treat prepared by the hos
tesses of the evening. The high school
quartet and Legion boys downstairs,
who were industriously practicing for
the carnival, under the direction of
Mrs. Cole, were invited to join us in
this part of the evening's festivities
and all thoroughly enjoyed the songs
with which they favored us.
All members are requested to meet
at the armory on Monday at 8 p. in into
to into complete plans for the carnival.
I. H. N.
FRANK WILL HAVE TO
RETURN TO FLORIDA
Tampa, May 5. Frank McSherry,
wanted here on charges of operating
wire tapping schemes, will be sent
here from New York -for trial, accord according
ing according to Sheriff Spencer. McSherry has
been in New York several years fight fighting
ing fighting extradition. A deputy will be sent
for him as soon as the New York au authorities
thorities authorities notify Spencer he is in cus custody.
tody. custody. DEATH OF A NOTED
Fayetteville, N. C, May 5. John
Underwood, several times mayor of
Fayetteville, was instantly killed and
thre other men were injured in an au automobile
tomobile automobile accident near here today.
Underwodo was author of the law
which changed capital punishment
from hanging to electrocution in this
PEKING IN CONTROL
OF WU PEI FU
Peking, May 5 (By the Associated
Press). General Wu Pei Fa was in
control of Peking at noon today and
General Chang Tsao Lin, whose forces
he routed yesterday in a fierce battle
south of the capital, is reported flee fleeing
ing fleeing to Mukden. Chang's army is re retreating
treating retreating in disorder toward Tien Tain.
Observers here believe that Chang's
sudden colapse has ended hospilities.
Already Thirty-Two Crack Can
Booked for Coming Auto Event
Indianapolis, May 5. (Associated
Press). Thirty-two cars have been
entered in the tenth Animal 500-mile
automobile race to be run over the
Indianapolis speedway May 30th, it
was announced today. The purse of
$50,000 with added money brings it to
$l'00,000. Included in the list of driv drivers
ers drivers are Tommy Milton, Howard Wil
cox, rtaipn Uei'alnia, Jules Uoux,
Jimmy Murphy and Wallace Reid, ths
motioiv picture star. j
JOHN ADAMS WENT
BACK-ON THE JUDGE
Beckham's Theory that a Darkey
Will Not Steal Chickens on a
Moonlit Night is. Busted
Jacksonville, May 5. (Associated
Press). John Adams, seventy-three,
a negro, who Judge Beckham several
weeks ago sent to jail to remain until
the moon shone again on the theory
that chicken thieves operate only on
dark nights, got thirty days today
for exploding the Beckham theory.
The moon was shining last night but
intermittent clouds obscured it.
Adams was attacked by a rooster in a
chicken house and the owner awaken awakened
ed awakened by the row held him with a shot-'
gun until the police arrived.
COL. DAVIS WILL SPEAK
IN THE COURTHOUSE
Col. Robert W. Davis of Gainesville,
candidate for Congress, is in the city,
greeting his friends. He will speak in
the circuit courtroom this evenii&, be beginning
ginning beginning at 8 o'clock. Come out and
hear one oiLthe moat eloquent orators'
in the South.
- Shadj, May 3. Miss Naomi Hol Holland
land Holland was the guest of Miss Ida Per Perkins
kins Perkins last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl enjoyed
a visit from some of their Miami rel relatives
atives relatives last week, Mr. Ramsey, Miss
Esther Ramsey and two of Mrs.
Buhl's sisters. -
Mrs. R. H. Bedding's sister Mrs.
Thompson, of Tampa, came up Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for a visit here with relatives.
Mr. Joe Usher and friend, Mr. Wal Walter
ter Walter Simpson of Cocoa, came up Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for the purpose of looking
around for a location in Shady. Mr.
Usher belongs to the Georgia colony
and we hope to see him and his fam family
ily family settle among us.
Miss Vivian Douglas returned from
A large delegation from Shady
went to the Lake Weir Baptist church church-Sunday
Sunday church-Sunday and attended services. Large
crowds of people were there; the
church wss packed to capacity and
many more outside who could not yet
inside,. The preaching and discussion
of the various subjects were all good
and helpfuL The program rendered -by
Oak-Griner Farm was inspiring.
That's a fine looking, capable bunch of
young people and believe me, they
can sing. Rev. Hardester preached
Sunday evening and we hope, to hear
him again. '
Lest we forget we want to tell you
that we had a rain last Friday night
that was worth a "whole big heap"
to we people here Seemed like we
were dying up most as bad as the
vegetation and one more week's
drouth would have made us look
mighty bad. But the good rain saved
us, saved the truck and everything
has taken on a new lease of life.
Her friends regret to hear that
Mrs. Bert Krohn was .-taken to the
hospital at Formosa, near Orlando,
Sunday and that it is feared she has
typhoid fever.' The family are still at
Santos, though they had intended
leavin gtoday for their home in Wis Wisconsin.
consin. Wisconsin. t
"Tomato Jones' is strolling a new new-looking
looking new-looking Ford now, with good lights
and a self-starter. We notice Mrs.
Jones with him the most of the time,
so we hope he won't stroll too far
from Shady. Tomato Jones" may get
a big car after shipping season.
The baseball season is on.' We can
fill your requirements 'for. equipment
at prices that are right. George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay & Company, hardware depart depart-men.
men. depart-men. .A'-'i-.X 6-2t
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
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resent ; District' No. 2. He has been
on the board for several years and is
well posted on all. school needs. He
understand that Mr. Norman E. Fort
will -stand for election in the third
district-to takeMr. Stephens' place.
Mr. Ejort has been county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner for many years and member of
the- legislature for one term. He will
fill a place on the school board excel excellently,
lently, excellently, and we are glad to learn that
he has consented to stand for the office.
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The St! Augustine Record says the
first Catholic parish in the United
States was in St. Augustine. How
come? There were a number of Cath Cath-olic
olic Cath-olic parishes in -the United States
when-Florida was a Spanish province.
Does anyone in Florida doubt that
if the question of moving the capital
of the -state to a point more conven convenient
ient convenient to the masses of population were
submitted at an election, that the vote
would be-overwhelmingly in the affir affirmative?
mative? affirmative? Of course, not. Then, why
Should not the will of the majority
prevail? Tampa Times,
j But, actually, who .cares a whoop
where the state capital is? Miami f
people do not find it necessary to go
to Tallahassee. Outside of a handful
of politicians from each town in the
state, no one goes to the state capital
to transact business. Miami Metrop Metropolis.
olis. Metropolis. Wei, more thana handful of politic politicians
ians politicians go to the state capital, oh, ever
so often, from our city to transact
legal business. They are the local
lawyers of our city. Gainesville
There are thousands of people in
South Florida who have state capital
' ... a. a
Dusmess m tne state capital every
year. They must either goor send
representatives, and in either case
they would save largely in time and
money if the capital was located no
further from South Florida than
Gainesville or Jacksonville, and of
course the saving would be greater to
them if it was in Ocala, Palatka, Or
lando or Lakeland.
The. most damning criticism of bol-
from .Emma Goldman, the anarchist.
. She ay.Sithat,in two years' residence
in Russia she. only heard one child
, laugh. Lakeland. Telegram.
Emma,, has told so many lies about
America, that we don't take much stock
in what, she. says about Russia.
Regarding that discussion on the
mfluejifle.. ftf : booze on editorial para para-graphs,.the
graphs,.the para-graphs,.the Gainesville News says:
MYes,"Ind its .getting scarce up this
way,too Qne man drew a $500 fine in
county court .recently and another was
sentenced to. the gang for six months
and, other alleged, offenders of the law
are growing afraid to dispose of the
soap suds in our. community as freely
as they once, did."
Senator D. U. Fletcher is decidedly
against the contemplated republican
tariff. In a recent speech in the Sen
ate, Mr. Fletcher asserted that t the
records showed that the tariff com
mission was allowed to. take no part
in the hearings on the pending tariff
bill and little part in the framing of
the measure while representatives of
the "specific interests were heard
without end." "Their selfish appeals,
he said, "evidently did not fall upon
unheeding ears as a study of any of
the schedules will show." Senator
Fletcher declared that conditions
were not settled enough now to per
mit of the framing of a definite and
permanent tariff policy. Asserting
that proponents of the measure talked
as though there was no tariff law
now, the Florida senator referred to
the. Underwood law as providing rev
nue and "not affording opportunity to
build up unconscionable monopolies.
Says, .the "Town Slouch" in the Or Orlando
lando Orlando .SentirieU "Anyday now we are
expecting a call from .former Gover Governor
nor Governor A.; JW. Gilchrist who is going to
run for, the Senate against Park. Last
time uwe saw Gov. G. he was at the
press, ibreakf ast. at Tampa, he sitting
on -our right and Editor Naugle, of
St. Pete, n our left. Between the
two of .'em we didn't get much to eat
Obtaining good men to serve on the
school .board is becoming more and
more of a difficulty. There is not even
the pay of a day laborer in the office
for the two or three days in the
month that the board meets, but if
the county is not served on it by peo people
ple people of honesty and ability the public
interests will suffer greatly. So far,
there, is no candidate for the office in
the.jOcahv-district. Mr. Gary declines
to run again,' and in view of the sac
rifice he has already made to the pub
lic interest., he cannot be blamed. Mr.
Charles S. Cullen is the most avail
able man to take his place, but Mr,
II m m a a a
iuuea Has so iar rexusea, wnicn is a
great pity,. for there is no man better
qualified.. Mr. Veal, we are glad to
say,v has, consented to continue to rep
The office of prohibition enforce
ment agent will be less attractive in
Florida hereafter, if Judge Rhydon
M. Call's recent ruling at Miami
holds. He declares that every drop
of intoxicating liquor seized by the
officers must be accounted for to the
court. It will not do to say it has
been "destroyed," and only a little re
served for evidence. A righteous de
cision. Tarrma Times.
Surely, the officers haven't been
soaking up contraband rliquor them themselves!
(Evening Star May 4, 1902)
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh
came in town today to be present at; Eagle Meat MarkeV.422 Scut .Main!
tfca fQrmore' imtitnt tnmnmiw. at I street, phone 74. 28-fit- j
the courthouse. j
Mr. Abe Brown of the Eeapot Groc- In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
ery spent this week in Jacksonville. I
Miss Leafy Sylvester left this aft- TFF
ernoon for Jacksonville to spend sev-;
eral months with her aunt and grand-!
D. E. Mclver accompanied the Sun
day school picnic to Dunnellon and
remained over tonight to look after
Geo. K. Robinson and family have
returned from Lake Weir, where they
have been camping for the past week.
E. H. Buffum of Tampa, a former
citizen of Ocala, was at the Ocala
FRESH BUTTER DAILY
.JWe are now making a high grade of CREAMERY 5AS-;-W
BBTTER each day. Try a pound today your mon mon-ST
ST mon-ST ey back if you don't find it fresh and pjire. Drink -ff--l&
our BUTTERMILK. Have you tried &
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 4, 1912)
Miss May Muncaster of Florence,
S. C, arrived this afternoon to visit
her brother R. C. Muncaster. and
Miss Beulah Hall, her cousin Miss
Lyda McDougal, and Major T. S. Hall
have gone to North Carolina to spend
Messrs. Robert Flynn and Frank
Anthony have been spending a few
days at Lake Weir with friends.
Misses Fay and Veda Campbell
have arrived in Ocala from the shores
of Lake Dora, where they have been
at their father's grove, to spend the
summer in Ocala.
Mrs. William Wilson, nee, Miss
Jessielu Martin, who has been so sick
at her home in Tampa for the past
fourteen weeks, is slowly improv
A. E. GERIG
C. V. Roberts; & Co.
Residence .Phone 505
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
in the last day or two? It can't be beat. Phone 94 9
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
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
Just received fresh Spamsn Mack Mack-eral
eral Mack-eral at City Fish Market. Phone
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Of Special Maara Sale
Notice is hereto Jr given that under and
by virtue of a Anal decree rendered In
that certain cause pending in .the cir circuit
cuit circuit court, (Marion county, Florida, m
chancery, of date tMayt4th, A D. 1922
in that certain cause wherein- W. 8.
Bullock is complainant and C. (M. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston is defendant, the undersigned
as special master 3n chancery in said
cause. will on
Monday, Jim Bta, A. D. 1S22 (
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock t. m., at the south
door of the court -house-In Ocala.. Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, offer for sale and
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following: described real estate,
situate, lying- and toeing In Ocala. Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
E'ife of w of (block 31 Caldwell's
addition to the city of Ocala, Marlon
county. Florida, according ..4 to plat
thereof recorded in deed (book K. page
741. of the public records of -Marion
county, Florida, said land 'being other otherwise
wise otherwise described as commencing 210 ft
west of the northeast corner of, "block
31. Caldwell's addition to Ocala Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, thence running west 105 ft thence
running south 224 feet, thence-running
east 105 feet, thence running. north 224
feet to point of -beginning, or so much
thereof as may be necessary ,to satisfy
said final decree and costs of suit.
T. NIEI FBRQUSON.
Li. W. DUVAL,
Complainant's Solicitor.. 5-5-FrI
WHITE STAR LBWE
Negotiable Storage RipU Issued on Cotton. Autoraobih-. Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE. PACK, SHIP
I IRMTURE. ETC
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursdoy ovenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
; KOBKRT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
You Can -Buy These Brands of Flour
and Feel Safe
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
The victory of Albert J. Beveridge
over Senator Harry S. New in the In Indiana
diana Indiana republican primary is almost as
gratifying to democrats as it would
have' been if Mr. Beveridge had been
a democrat. Beveridge is a progress progressive
ive progressive republican and his election is con considered
sidered considered a direct rebuke to the present
administration. He has "come back,"
and is already being spoken of most
favorably as the next republican can candidate
didate candidate for president. He would cer certainly
tainly certainly be harder than Harding for the
democrats to beat.
Some big fighting .going on in China
and we hope that when the smoke has
cleared away that the right army will
be victorious. China is like Russia
peace will only come when Christian Christianity
ity Christianity rules the country. Sanford Her
Russia has been a Christian nation
for over 1200 years. China was a
richer, better governed country two
hundred years before Christ than it
has been since, and than a number of
Christian nations have ever been.
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. C
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E-
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R-
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
LOOK! LOOK 1 LOOK!
Five-passenger. Kline car.
All in fair condition..
$175 and take your pick.
5-1-tf Ocala, Fla.
Ny jniuter how strongly a man be believes
lieves believes in a hereafter, "he is always
careful to collect his bills in this
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
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
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Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
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ery Number 19,
Knights Templar j
meets every sec- j
ond Friday night.
in each month at j
8 o'clock at thej
A. L. Lucas, E. C. j
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at eight J
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall m the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
TELL IT TO US
TO PeOple want to publish all
of the news of this communi communi-TT1
TT1 communi-TT1 ty for the information of our
Vf llO subscribers. We cannot be in
500 different places at once,
1 and we don't want to miss
KnOW lUingS anything worth printing. Will
you tell it to us?
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Arrival and departure of psssengei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
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SEABOARD AK LINE RAILROAD
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3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
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Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
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Will show many examples of our skin
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot..
Ocala Marble Works
For years "PANAMA"
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Best story ever written by
ELEANOR H. PORTER
Did you say you saw quite a little
of this Harlow fellow?"
But he did care. I know he did. He
was real Interested. I could see that
he was. And so I told him everything,
all about how he came there to the
teas, and sent her flowers and candy,
and was getting a divorce himself, and
what he said on the sofa that day, and
how Mother answered. -As I said, I
told him everything, only I was care careful
ful careful not to call Mr. Harlow a prospec prospective
tive prospective suitor, of course. I remembered
too well what Aunt Hattie had said.
Father didn't say anything when I
got through. He just got up and left
the room, and pretty quick I saw him
crossing the lawn to the observatory.
I guess there aren't any prospective
suitors here. I mean, I guess Father
Isn't a prospective suitor anyhow,
not yet. (Of course, it's the man that
has to be suitor.) He doesn't go any anywhere,
where, anywhere, only over to the college and
out to the observatory. I've watched
so to see. I wanted specially to know,
for of course If he was being a pro prospective
spective prospective suitor to any one, she'd be
iny new mother, maybe. And I'm go going
ing going to be awfully particular about any
new mother coming into the house.
A whole lot more, even, depends on
mothers than on fathers, you know ;
and if you're going to have one all
ready-made thrust upon you, you are
sort of anxious to know what kind
she is. Some way, I don't think I'd
like a new mother even as well as I'd
like a new father ; and I don't believe
Td like him very well.
Of course, there are quite a lot of
ladies here that Father could have.
There are several pretty teachers in
the schools, and some nice unmarried
ladies in the church. And there's
Miss Parmelia Snow. She's Professor
Snow's sister. She wears glasses and
is terribly learned. Maybe he would
like her. But, Mercy I shouldn't
Then there's Miss Grace Ann San Sanborn.
born. Sanborn. She's fat, and awfully jolly.
She comes here a lot lately to see
Aunt Jane. I don't know why. They
don't belong to the same church, or
anything. But she "runs over," as
she calls it, almost every afternoon
Just a little before dinner I mean
Mrs. Darling used to come then, too,
when I first came; but she comes
over 'evenings now more. Maybe it's
because she doesn't like Miss Grace
Ann. I don't think she does like her,
for every time she saw her, she'd say :
"Oh, you? So you're here!" and
pretty quick she'd get up and go. And
now she comes evenings. She's fix fixing
ing fixing over her house, and she runs and
asks Aunt Jane's advice about every
little thing. She asks Father's, too,
every chance she gets, when she sees
him in the hall or on the front steps.
I heard hertell Aunt Jane she consid considered
ered considered Professor Anderson a man of
most excellent tate and judgment.
I suppose Mrs. Darling could be my
new mother. She's a widow. Her hus husband
band husband died last year. She is very well
off now that her husband Is dead, I
heard Aunt Jane say one day. She
meant veil off in money quite a lot
of it, yn;i know. I thousht she meant
well off because he was dead and she
didn't have to live with him any
more, and I said so to Aunt Jane.
(He was a cross man, and very stern,
as everybody knew.) But, dear suz
met Aunt Jane was awfully shocked,
and said certainly not; that she
meant Mr. Darling had left his wife a
great deal of money.
Then she talked very stern and sol solemn
emn solemn to me, and said that I must not
think just because my poor dear fa father's
ther's father's married life had ended in such
a wretched truyedy that every other
home had such a skeleton in the
I grew stern and dignified and sol solemn
emn solemn then. I knew, of course, what
she meant. I'm no child. She meant
Mother. She meant that Mother, my
dear blessed mother, was the skeleton
in their closet. And of course I wasn't
going to stand there and hear that,
and not say a word.
But I didn't say just a word. I
said a good many words. I won't try
to put them all down here: but I told
her quietly, n a firm voice, and with
no temper (showing), that I guessed
Father was just as much of a skele skeleton
ton skeleton in Mother's closet as she was In
his; and that if she could see how
perfectly happy my mother was now
she'd understand a little of what my
father's skeleton had done to her all
those years she'd had to live with it.
I said a lot more, but before I'd got
half finished with what I wanted to
say, I got to crying, so I just had to
run out of the room.
That night I heard Aunt Jane tell
Mrs. Darling that the worst feature
of the whole deplorable situation was
the effect on the child's mind, and the
wretched conception it gave her of the
acredness of the marriage tie, or
something like that. And Mrs. Darling
sighed, and said, oh, and an, and the
pity of K.
I don't like Mrs. Darling.
Of ihm a I aald Deform. Mrs.
Darling could be my new mother, be
ing a widow, so. But mercy! I hope
she won't I'd rather have Miss
Grace Ann than her, and I shouldn't
be crazy about having Miss Grace Ann.
Well, I guess there's nothing more
to write. Things at school are Just
the same, only more so. The girls are
getting so they act almost as bad as
those down to Boston In the school
where I went before I changed. Of
course, maybe it's the divorce here,
same as it was there. But I don't see
how it can bo that her. Why, they've
known it from the very first!
Oh, dear suz me! How I do wish
I could see Mother tonight and have
her take me In her arms and kiss me.
I'm so tired of being Mary 'way off
up here where nobody cares or wants
Even Father doesn't want me, not
really want me. I know he doesn't I
don't see why he keeps me, only I
suppose he'd be ashamed not to take
me his six months as long as the
court gave me to him for that time.
ANOTHER TWO WEEKS LATER.
- I'm so angry I can hardly write, and
at the same time I'm so angry I've
Just got to write. I can't talk. There
Isn't anybody to talk to; and I've got
to tell somebody. So I'm going to tail
I've found out now what's the mat matter
ter matter with the girls you know, I said
there was something the matter with
them; that they acted queer and
stopped talking when I came up, and
faded away till there wasn't anybody
but me left.
Well, it's been getting worse and
worse. The girls have had parties,
and more and more often the girls
have stopped talking and have looked
queer when I came up. We got up a
secret society and called It the "Tony
Ten," and I was going to be Its presi president
dent president Then all of a sudden one day
I found there wasn't any Tony Ten
only Carrie Heywoodtand me. The
other eight had formed another soci society
ety society and Stella Mayhew was their
I told Carrie we wouldn't care; that
wo'd just change it and call Jt the
"Tony Two;" and that two was a lot
more exclusive than ton, anyway. But
I did care, and Carrie did. I knew
she did. And I know It better now
because last night she told me. You
see things have been getting simply
unbearable these last few days, and
It got so it looked as if I wasn't even
going to have Carrie left. She began
to act queer and I accused her of it
and told her if she didn't want to be belong
long belong to the Tony Two she needn't.
That I didn't care ; that I'd be a secret
society all by "myself. But I cried.
I couldn't help crying; and she knew
I did care. Then she began to cry;
and today, aftor school, we went t
walk up on 'the hill to the big rock;
and there she told me. And it was
And It's all that Stella Mayhew
the new girt Her mother found out
I was divorced (I moan Mother was)
and she told Stella not to play with
me, nor speak: to me, nor have a thins
to do with me. And I said to Carrie,
all right! Who cared? I didn't That
I never had liktd that Mayhew. girl,
anyway. But Carrie said that wasn't
all. She said Stella had got to b
real popular before I came ; that het
folks had lots of money, and she al always
ways always had candy and could treat to
ice-cream and auto rides, and every everybody
body everybody with her was sure of a good time.
She had parties, too lots of them;
and of course, all the girls and boys
Well, when I came everything was
all right till Stella's mother found
out about the divorce, and then well,
then things were different First
Stella contented herself with making
fun of me, Carrie said. She laughed
at the serge dresses and big homely
shoes, and then she began on my
name, and said the Idea of being
called Mary by Father and Marie by
Mother, and that 'twas Just like Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. (That's a story,
Carrie says. I'm going to read it If
Father's got it If there ever was
another Mary and Marie all in one In
the world I want to know what she
did.) But Carrie says the poking fun
at me didn't make much difference
with the girls, so Stella tried some something
thing something else. She not only wouldn't
speak to me herself, or invito mo, or
anything, but she told all the girls
that they couldn't go with her and
me, too. That they might take their
choice. And Carrie said some of them
did choose and stayed with 'me; but
they lost all the good times and Ice Icecream
cream Icecream and parties and rides and ev everything
erything everything ; and so one by one they
dropped me and went back to Stella,
and now there wasn't anybody left
only her, Carrie. And then she began
And when she stopped speaking, and
I knew all, and saw her crying there
before me, and thought of my dear
blessed mother, I was so angry I
could scarcely speak. I Just shook
with righteous indignation. And in
my most superb, haughty and disdain disdainful
ful disdainful manner I toM Carrie Heywood to
dry her tears ; that she needn't trouble
herself any further, nor worry about
losing any more icetcream nor parties.
That I. would hereto declare our
friendship null and void, and this day
set my hand and seal to never speak
to her again. If she liked, and consid considered
ered considered that necessary to keeping the ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of the precious Stella.
But she cried all the more at that
and flung herself upon me, and, of
course, I began to cry, too and you
can't stay superb and haughty and
disdainful when you're all the time
trying to hunt up a handkerchief to
wipe away the tears, that are cours
ing flown your wan cheeks. And of
course I didn't We had a real good
cry together, and vowed we loved
each other better than ever, and no nobody
body nobody could come between us. not
von bringing a chocolate-fudge-marsh-mallow
college ice whlck we both
adore. But I told her "that she would
be all right Just the same, for of
course I should never step my foot
inside of that school house again. That
I couldn't out of respect to Mother.
That I should tell Aunt Jane that to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning. There Isn't any
other school here, so fhey can't send
me anywhere else. But it's 'most time
for school to close, anyway. There
arc only two weeks more.
Bat I dont think that will make any
difference to Aunt Jane. It's the prin principle
ciple principle of the thing. Ifs always the
principle of the thing with Aunt Jane.
Shell be very angry, I know. Maybe
shell send me home. Oh, I hope she
Well, I shall tell her tomorrow, any anyway.
way. anyway. Then well see.
ONE DAY LATER. t
And, dear, dear, what a day it has
I told her this morning. She was
very angry. She said at first: "Non "Nonsense,
sense, "Nonsense, Mary, don't be impertinent Of
course you'll go to school!" and all
that kind of talk. But I kept my tem temper.
per. temper. I did not act angry. I was sim simply
ply simply firm and dignified. And when she
saw I really meant what I said, and
that I would not step my foot inside
that schoolroom again that it was a
matter of conscience with me that I
did not think it was right for me to
do it she simply stared for a minute,
as if she couldn't believe her eyes and
ears. Then she gasped:
"Mary, what do you mean by such
talk to. me? Do you think I shall per permit
mit permit this sort of thing to go on for a
I thought then she was going to
send me home. Oh, I didso hope she
was. But she didn't. She sent me
to my room.
"You will stay there uatll your fa father
ther father comes home this noon," she said.
"This Is a matter for him to settle."
Father! And I never even thought
of her going to him with it She was
always telling me never to bother Fa Father
ther Father with anything, and I knew she
didn't usually ask him anything about
me. She settled everything herself.
But this and the very thing I didn't
want her to ask him. too. But of
course I couldn't help myself. That's
the trouble. Youth is so hefpless in
the clutches of old age.
Well, I went to my room. Aunt
Jane told me to meditate on my sins.
But I didn't I meditated on other
people's sins. I didn't have any to
meditate on. Was it a sin, pray, for
me to stand up for my mother and re refuse
fuse refuse to associate with people who
wouldn't associate with me on account
of her? I guess not!
I meditated on Stella Mayhew and
her mother, and on those silly, faith faithless
less faithless girls that thought more of ice icecream
cream icecream soda than they did of justice
and right to their fellow schoolmate.
And I meditated on Aunt Jane and
her never giving me so much as a
single kiss since I came. And I medi
tated on how much better Father liked
stars and comets than he did his own
daughter; and I meditated on what a
cruel, heartless world this is, anyway,
and what a pity It was that I, so fail
and young, should have found It out
so soon right on the bank, as it were,
or where that brook and river meet,
And I wondered, if I died if anybody
would care; and I thought how beau
tlful and pathetic I would look in my
coffin with my lily-white hands folded
on my breast And L hoped they'd
have the funeral In the daytime, be because
cause because If It was at nighttime Fathered
be sure to have a star or something tc
keep him from coming. And I want wanted
ed wanted him to come. I wanted him to feel
bad; and I meditated on how bad h
would feel when it was, too late.
NBut even with all this to meditate
on, it was an awfully long time com coming
ing coming noon ; and they didn't call me
down to dinner even then. Aunt Jane
sent up two pieces of bread without
any butter and a glass of water. How
like Aunt Jane making even my din dinner
ner dinner a sin to meditate on I Only she
would call it my sin, and I would call
1 Well, after dinner Father sent for
me to come down to the library. So
I knew then, of course, that Aunt Jane
had told him. I didn't know but she
would wait until night Father usu usually
ally usually spends his hour after dinner
rending in the library and mustn't be
disturbed. 'But evidently today Aunt
Jane thought I was more consequence
than his reading. Anyhow, she told
him, and he sent for me.
My but I hated te go Fathers and
Aunt Janes are two different propo
sitions. Fathers have more rights
and privileges, of course. Everybody
Hemstitching and pecoting done on
short notice. All works guaranteed.
We furnish the thread. Singers and
other makes of machines for sale. We
carry needles, oil and parts for all
sewing machines. AD repair work
guaranteed. Phone 502 green.
Card well Sewing Machine Co,
1-tf 317 N. Magnolia St, Ocala, Fla.
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
We wish to announce that the part partnership
nership partnership of Mrasek, Durand and Con Con-drick
drick Con-drick have been dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. Condrick retiring, and
the firm will in the future be Durand
& Mrasek, tinners, sheet metal work workers,
ers, workers, plumbers and gas fitters. Busi Business
ness Business phone 335; residence phone 579.
Office 210 Osceola St., Ocala, Fla. 4t
When yon want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show yon the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent
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 assortment! and all popular prices.
We carry a full line of Norris Candy
The Drug Storefon the Square
QUICK DELIVERY PHONE 243
The Temperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
Are Always Low and Quality High
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Watch for Oar Delivery Boya With Red Wheels
WE HAVE PACKERS CHECKS AND
PACKERS' TICKETS. CALL OR i"
PHONE US YOUR ORDER
Star Publishing Company
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M ACKTAYL O R
OCALA. FLORIDA Phone S48
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street where wo
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
mono. Uur 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,
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market Phone 158. 22-tf
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OCAU SVEKIKG STA FRIdAy, MA 8, lm
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTICE
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Woman's Club will
regular meeting tomorrow afternoon j
at the club house. All members take j
notice of the change of hour. The ex-
ecutive meeting will be at 3:30 in-j jir, Paul Weathers arrived in Ocala
stead of 2.30, and the club will meet yesterday afternoon from New York,
at 4 o'clock instead of 3 o'clock. 1
j Seventeen pounds of sugar $1.00,
N'OTirE. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Saturdav only, with $1.00 worth of
j other groceries. Free delivery. U
Special meeting of Ocala Command- t SERVE STORES. It
No. 19, Knights Templar, this
HOME CHANGED HANDS
Mr. A. E. Gerig this morning Com Completed
pleted Completed the transaction by which he be became
came became the owner of the Dr. A. L. Izlar
home on Wenona street. Mr. Gerig
will continue for the present to live
in his South Third street home and
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dodd will con continue
tinue continue to occupy the Izlar house.
MIDNIGHT CREW ON
THE WATER MAINS
The work of laying the water mains
on North Main street was still going
on after the midnight hour last night.
Mr. McKenzie's crew is making all
haste to finish this advance work so
that the paving may be rushed to
evening. May 3th, at the .Masonic
hall. We will have work in the K. T.
degree and refreshments. Visiting
knights are cordially invited to attend.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
Outdoor Advertising; Commercial
. Signs. Pric-s Always Right.
308 N. Magnolia Street
"Ladies, our line of TISSUE GING GINGHAMS,
HAMS, GINGHAMS, ORGANDIES AND VOILES,
ETC., will delight you." FISHEL'S.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Asheville, where she expects to
spend the summer.
New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.
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 of Work
Out oi Town
Spencer-Pedrkk Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Complete line of luggage and ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe trunks. Agent for Indestructo
trunk. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D- 19-tf
Mrs. C. L. West and Mrs. Henrv
; Lawlance were hostesses Tuesday aft
er noon for Circle A of the Baptist
Missionary Society. There were 23
ladies present. Subject of devotional,
"Charity," which was led by chair chairman
man chairman and many ladies took part by
reading Bible references and followed
by comment. Good reports of person personal
al personal work were handed in and the usual
business transacted. Much work was
done and an enoyable social hour was
spent while fingers were busy with
work that had been previously plan planned
ned planned by a committee. At the conclus conclusion
ion conclusion of the meeting the hostess served
sandwiches and iced tea.
Miss Turner is demonstrating at
Th Book Shop the making of paper
tiowers, hats, dresses, lamp shades
and other useful things. 5-3t
MEETING OF VETERANS
Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Jacksonville
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Harris.
Vwt -he Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
iiiniiiif I J
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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.
All kinds of pretty and useful
things are make from Dennison's
crepe pa;er. See l. w they are made.
At THE BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14. Bitting's Drug Store. 25-tf
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
Ocala in general knows that Rev.
C. W. White is a good preacher,., but
it was only recently that the secret
leaked out that he is a good cook and
the following receipt which he gave
to a number of ladies who were dis discussing
cussing discussing things culinary, goes to
prove theabove statement. There There-ceipt
ceipt There-ceipt is excellent and Rev. White has
that satisfied look which shows that
his breakfast waffles are all that
could be desired: Two eggs beaten,
two cups of milk, two tablespoons of
melted butter, two cups of flour and
two teaspoons of baking powder add
Mrs. W. R. Garnett of Plant City
is in Ocala, the guest of her sister,
Miss Rena Smith.
Seventeen pounds of sugar $1.00,
Saturday nly, with $1.00 worth of
other groceries. Free delivery. U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. It
The Sunday school class of Mrs. L.
N. Green will meet this evening at
the home of Mrs. A. C. Blowers at 8
o'clock. All members are urged to be
present, as Ijiere are special business
matters to be arranged.
W. K. Lane, m". D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and I
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala. Fla. tf
(RATES under, this heading: are as
follows: Maximum o six Hues one time
25c; three times 50c; six times Toe; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
Mrs. W. I. Evans of Miami is ex expected
pected expected in Ocala Sunday for a short
visit to her mother, Mrs. S. A. Stand-ley.
Mr. G. T. Maughs is expected home
this afternoon from Jacksonville,
where he spend a couple of days on
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. -19-tf
WANTED A home among Chris Christians
tians Christians for a nine-year-old girl of
amiable disposition. If desired
might be adopted. If interested call
on Mrs. Wright at Wayne hotel. 3t
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
Mrs. J. N. Lummus and daughter
Miss Helen Lummus, of Miami, passed
through Ocala this afternoon en
route to Gainesville to visit their son
and brother, Mr. Tom Lummus, who
is a student at the University. Mrs.
Lummus was a delegate to the Ui D.
C. convention at Orlando and says
that all those in attendance were
charmed with Orange county's capi capital.
tal. capital. While in Ocala Mrs. Lummus paid
a short visit to her brother-in-law,
Mr. S. M. Lummus, of the Ocala Banner.
Marion Camp No. 56, U. S. O, met
May 2nd with Commander W. E. Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin presiding. Prayer by Com Comrade
rade Comrade B. H. Norris.
The following comrades answered to i
roll call: Alfred Ayer, T. A. "Aus "Austin,
tin, "Austin, J. L. Beck, R. A. Carlton, A. W.
DeVaney, P. L. Durisoe, M. P. Frink,
W. A. Hammond, D. H. Irvine, P. E.
Harris. R. P. Hampton, W. E. Mc-
Gahagin, 3. H. Norris, C. C. Priest,
John Pasteur and J. C Trantham.
Minutes of last meeting were read
The following ladies who draw pen pensions
sions pensions sent fifty cents each to the
camp: Mrs. J. C. Turner, Mrs. Mary
C. Hood, Mrs. A. T. Ross and Mrs. D.
P. Newsom. A resolution was passed
ordering the adjutant to enroll thir
names as members of Marion Camp
No. 56, U. C. V.
Comrade D. H. Irvine made a strong
plea for the constitution and showed
mat we were last uniting away
from it and into a strong central gov government.
ernment. government. He went on to show that
when the Confederacy went down in
defeat all the rights that the states
then had went down with it and a
state now has no right that the feder
al government is bound to respect.
The following delegates were sent
to the Richmond reunion: W. E. Mc-
Gahagin, M. P. Frink, J. L. Beck, A
W. DeVaney and J. F. Barron.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
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. 5-3t
Mrs. 13. T. Perdue, Vrhd w the resi-r
dent of the local humane society, on
Friday was the recipient of .twenty .twenty-five
five .twenty-five letters from children of the pri-
jmray school. This week is humane
fweek all over the United States and
l the subject of prevention of cruelty to
animals is being taught in the schools
and the interesting letters that Mrs.
Perdue received from tlfe children
show how well they have been taught
this subject and tl-3 interest that they
take in it.
Men's TROUSERS and SHIRTS.
New low prices. FISHEL'S. 2t
Among the prominent visitors v in
the city today is Mr. A. Douglass
Campbell, member of the state rail railroad
road railroad commission. Mr.- Campbell is
making a flying trip of a few days
into the southern counties of the state
in the interest of his campaign, hav
ing announced for election to the po
sition to which he was appointed by
the governor, to fill the unexpired
term of Commissioner N. A. Blitch,
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13
The many Ocala friends of Mr.
Charles S. Swain are greeting him to today
day today after an absence of about three
years from the city. He is still con connected
nected connected with the sales department of
the International Harvester .Company
and is now located at Houston, Tex.
Mr. Swain owns a splendid Marion
county farm southwest of the city. He
expects to be transferred to the Mem Memphis
phis Memphis office of the I. H. C.
V isit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Ts a beauty you will like it. tf
FOR SALE Three-year-old heifer
with calf. Apply to J. M. Potter,
Ocala, general delivery. 5-5-6t
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
The friends of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe
will be sorry tohear that she has
been sick for several days and wish
for her a speedy recovery.
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 Grocery and Meat Market, 122
South Main St., phone 74. 5-tf.
r u ?v. i.v i
Reserved for You
and your guests. That's one of our
greatest assets among -the regular
diners. We always have a table wait waiting.
ing. waiting. The cuisine is strictly high class.
We appeal to the inner man and serve
you with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
100 Sanitary. Ask the Htel
Sweet milk at me Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phons ICS. 13
Mrs. R.. L. Martin, of Lake Weir is
visiting her daughter Mrs. H. B. Pot
ter, in St. Petersburg, hoping to re
cuperate from her recent illness.
FOR SALE Grocery store and meat
market. Paying business. Good lo location.
cation. location. Cash or terms. Address P.
O. Box 695, Haines City, Fla. 5-lt
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
WANTED 100 colored laborers in
the city of Daytona, Fla., for con concrete
crete concrete and asphalt paving. Wages
17 per hour, working ten 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-Gt
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
a beauty you will 1'ke it. tf
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 fri mon tues
FOR RENT Apartment at 1129 Fort
King avenue. Apply to .Mrs. New Newborn,
born, Newborn, phone 207. 2-tf
Seventeen pounds of sugar $1.00,
Saturday only, with $1.00 worth of
other groceries. Free delivery. U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. It
If you want a quart or pint of
Marocala ice cream, phone J.4. Bit Bit-ting's
ting's Bit-ting's Drug Store. 25-tf
Major Tilly who has recently come
ft) Ocala was operated on at the hos hospital
pital hospital Saturday and his friends will be
glad to hear that he is steadily improving.
We are now churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone 94. Marion County Creamery.
A demonstration of Dennison crepe
paper articles is being held at THE
BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
Ewepon Pkn. Complete Modern. ScittinJ outsde roomfc
ried SI 50 up. Cafe m connection. Comnicnt K
m heart of Cy. Send for Booklet -a
WtNDLE W. SMITH. fWr.
-ft The Letter you care foi
jtSy0UT eyes the Dettc!
'your eyes will care foi
j w -x you.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
3 Eyesight Socialist
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. White and
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, who have been at attending
tending attending the district conference of the
Methodist church in Dunnellon this
week, have returned home.
Nevr Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clcthir.g & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Satisfied Customers, our best asset.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire expect
to leave Sunday for Chicago. They
have given up their apartment and
will store their furniture for the
summer. They expect to return to
Florida next autumn.
Don't fail to see Miss Turner make
J beads of Dennison's crepe paper and
I wax at THE BOOK SHOP. 5-3t
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 passenger
ger passenger 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
Country cured hams sliced at.the.jfi
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13 j"
Only the kindness of the city and Jfc?
Mr. A. S. Burgess made it possible
fnr tYto nairlv nlavaA lnfiolJ of rVi a Vtoll r
-.v. . J w.m .W.VV. C V W.. ftOA
park to be put in readiness for the
game yesterday. The city roller that
had been loaned to Dunnellon was
only returned about dinner time and
was pulled over the diamond by one
of Mr. Burgess! trucks. The work
was not finished until a little while
before time for the game. The dia
mond was put in good shape for the
opening game and the game was a
good one as a result of the improved
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Eagle Grocery and Meat Market!
M. H. Naif with Fred Demetrie and Sam Schschey
S. MAIN ST.
We have picking baskets with
prices and quality to suit all. George
MacKay & Company, farm depart department.
ment. department. 5-2t
FLORIDA airdESTERN MEATS
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Mutton Shoulder, 18c Mutton Chops, 36c
Leg Mutton (whole) 30c
Breakfast Bacon, 5 and 6 pound Strips, 32c
Kingans Bacon, 1 pound box, 45c
Mrs. W. F. Yocum, who has been
spending the winter in Ocala with
her daughter Mrs. W. T. Gary, and
family, left today for Washington, o
spend the summer with her son Mr.
W. E. Yocum, and daughter Mrs. 'A.
L. Quaintance. Mrs. W. T. Gary and
little daughter Maude, will accom accompany
pany accompany her mother as far as Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, leturning home tomorrow afternoon.
KINGANS SLICED HAM
SWIFT PREMIUM HAMcv
i FRESH; VEAL,
STAPLE GROCERIES GREEN GROCERIES
v FRUITS, ETC.
EAGLE GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
About thirty of the ladies of the
Presbyterian church entertained Rev.
and Mrs. Lackemby and Rev. and
Mrs. Creson at a picnic at Silver
Springs yesterday noon. A delicious
lunch was prepared and spread under
the trees and the afternoon was en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed in bathing and talking.
WANTED To buy hewn heart long long-leaf
leaf long-leaf pine ties. Please communicate
with us promptly. Georgia- Florida
Pine Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 28-6t
FOR SALE Jersey cow and five
months Jersey heifer calf. Apply
T. P. Drake, city. 27-6t
STRAYED White and black flea flea-bitten
bitten flea-bitten pointer gyp; one side of head
black and the other white. Very
easily distinguished. Answers to
the name of Whitie. Liberal reward
for return to Fred Malever. 22-tf
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 30-tf
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
The possibilities conjured up In the
most prosaic Imagination by even a
casual summary of happenings at the
eleventh annual congress of the Amer American
ican American College of Surgeons, held In Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia recently, make an appeal ot
outstanding general interest, says W.
A. McGarry in the Scientific Ameri American.
can. American. Perhaps the most amazing single
item was the war-born work iu facial
reconstruction! But at first glance
the building of a human face seems a
phenomenal achievement, its impor importance
tance importance to the whole public dwindles
perceptibly in comparison to some oth other
er other trails that daring surgeons are blaz blazing
ing blazing with encouraging success iu sec sections
tions sections of the human body almost un uncharted,
charted, uncharted, so far as the knife of the
operator is concerned.
The brain, for instance, has been
approached by the most skillful sur surgeons,
geons, surgeons, even in recent years, with hesi hesitancy.
tancy. hesitancy. Intra-cranial operations have
been a last resort. By actual opera operations
tions operations at the recent congress it wae
demonstrated not only that this con condition
dition condition no longer exists, but that the
specialist in brain surgery is now a
sure of his ground as the booesetter.
In the presence of famous surjreons
from many countries of Europe and
South America, one surgeon, working
by the light of a tiny electric bulb In Inserted
serted Inserted tnto-the htrfe -snicn- he Jaad -cut
in th patient'?. ...skull, performed an
operation consuming more than two
ARE YOU PARTICULAR
FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT GOOD PRINTING IS GOOD INVESTMENT
send out a
ARE YOU HARD
TO PLEASE? ;
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 FIVE-ONE AND LET US TALK IT OYER
STAR, PUBLISHING CO,
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mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
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Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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sobekcm:statement UF University of Florida
sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1922 1922
2 5 May
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