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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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PITCHED

A ViCKED BALL
Enabled the Home Team to Win Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's Game By a Score
Of Four to One
(L. T. I.)
The matchless twirling of Eric Bos Bos-well
well Bos-well was too much for the Lake City
team Saturday afternoon and Ocala
" took the third game of the series by a
score of 4 to 1. Although Boswell
had pitched a hard game Thursday he
was in fine form and allowed only
two hits. For seven innings he held
the Lake City lads hitless and then
only allowed one hit in the eighth and
one in the ninth. When the game was
over he had fifteen strike outs to his
credit.
Fisher pitched for Lake City and
only allowed five hits but they came
when hits meant runs and Ocala was
able to pile up four runs. Jimmie
Liddell obeyed the indignant yells of
the grandstand and batted right hand handed
ed handed the last time he came to bat. The
result was a two-bagger. Van Land Land-ingham
ingham Land-ingham made a beautiful stop of
Easterly's hot grounder that skimmed
directly over the third sack. Taylor
showed the stuff he is made of when
he nabbed a hot one off the bat of
Nedley and threw him out at first.
Hoke, playing center field for the
visitors robbed Brooks of a two two-bagger
bagger two-bagger when he made a beautiful
catch of his long fly in the eighth.
The game as it happened:
First Inning
Lake City: Harrigan flew out to
left. Chaplin and Hoke fanned.
Ocala: Smith went out, second to
first. Taylor struck out. Van Land Land-ingham
ingham Land-ingham hit a hot one to the pitcher,
who threw him out at first.
Second Inning
Lake City: Nedley led off with a
hot one to Taylor who threw him out
at first. Easterly drew an error
from Smith but got caught off the
base and was thrown out, Boswell to
Smtih. Huber went out, Smith to
Brooks.
, Ocala: Overstreet started the ball
rolling in this inning with a clean
single. "Liddell sacrificed him to sec
ohd. Harry Wood showed up in old
form and singled, sending Overstreet
to third. Harris struck out. Brooks
hit a hot one to short who got con
fused by Wood running between him
and the ball and errored it. By the
time the ball was recovered both
Overstreet and Wood had scored.
Brooks was caught off first base
Lake City, 0; Ocala, 2.
Third Inning
Lake City: Hanson led off by hit hit-...
... hit-... ting to Brooks who made an unassist-
. ,ed. .put out at first. Harris walked
r and made second on the steal when
Overstreet threw wide and Taylor
dropped the ball. Fisher fanned
Harrigan duplicated Hanson's stunt
and let Brooks take him at first.
Ocala: Boswell came .to bat first
and walked. Smith hit to short, fore
ing Boswell at second but outran the
. attempted double and was safe on
first. Taylor again fanned. Van
Landingham lucked an error on a pop
fly to' short. Overstreet flew out to
second base.
Fourth Inning
Lake City: Chaplin and Hoke led
off with a couple of strike outs. Ned Nedley
ley Nedley hit to Taylor who handled the ball
but threw low to first, allowing Ned Nedley
ley Nedley to make second on the wild throw.
Easterly hit a hot one down the third
base line but Van was on the job and
snooped it up and tossed him out at
first.
Ocala: Liddell struck out. Wood
went out, third to first. Harris also
took the third to first route.
Fifth Inning
Lake City: Three strike outs in a
row, by Huber, Hanson and Harris.
Ocala: Brooks led off with a free
pass to first. Boswell fanned. Smith
flew out to second. Taylor went out,
second to first.
Sixth Inning
Lake City: Fisher fanned. Harri Harrigan
gan Harrigan flew out to Taylor. Chaplin went
out, third to first.
Ocala: Van fanned. Overstreet
reached first when the first baseman
dropped the ball. Liddell hit to sec second,
ond, second, forcing Overstreet, second to
short. Wood singled, sending Liddell
to second. Harris singled, filling the
bases. Brooks hit a hot one to short
who knocked it down but was unable
to recover it. Luck was with Lake
City for the ball rolled to the second
sack and all the second baseman had
to do was to pick it up and Harris was
forced at second for the third out. But
for this little piece of luck Liddell
, would have scored.
Seventh Inning
Lake City: Hoke led off and went
out, Van to Brooks. Nedley was lucky
and drew an error from Smith. East
erly hit to Smith who forced Nedley
' at second. Huber hit' one through
Brooks and Harris and went to sec-

AMEHICAU POLICY
17011'T BE ALTERED

Obregon and His Faction Now in Con Control
trol Control of Mexico Must Make Satis Satisfactory
factory Satisfactory Assurances
Washington, May 8. (Associated
Press). The appointment of an inter international
national international commission to consider all
issues involved in American recogni recognition
tion recognition of the Obregon government in
Mexico is suggested in some official
quarters as a solution of the continued
failure of the United States and Mex Mexico
ico Mexico to agree on a recognition program.
MEXICO TOO MUCH MANANA
The American government is stand
ing unalterably for the guarantees re
quested of the Obregon regime in Mex
ico nearly a year ago and so far Obre Obregon
gon Obregon and his advisers have given no
definite assurance that euarantees
would be given in order to make form formal
al formal recognition of their government
possible, the state department said
today.
ond. Easterly reached third on the er
rors. Hanson played Casey at the bat
and lost a good chance to score when
he took three healthy swings and hit
the air.
Ocala: Boswell struck out. Smith
flew out to left and Taylor tried a fly
to right with no better success.
Eighth Inning
Lake City: Harris started this
frame off with a free pass. Fisher
fanned.' Harrigan hit to Brooks who
tried to throw Harris out at second
but hit him in the back with the ball,
both runners being safe. Chaplin hit
to Boswell who threw to third, forc
ing Harris. Hoke singled and scored
Harrigan. Nedley fanned and retired
the side.
Ocala: Van walked. Overstreet
sacrificed him to second with a pretty
bunt along the first base line. Lid
dell hit a two-bagger to center field
fence, scoring Lan Landingham. Wood
flew out to third. Brooks flew out to
center field. Lake City, 1; Ocala. 4.
Ninth Inning
Lake City: Boswell went strong
and fanned three "straights in this" in inning.
ning. inning. Hanson, Harris and Fisher were
the victims.
The Box Score
Lake City AB R H PO A E
Harrigan, 3rd 4 1 0 1 2 0
Chaplin, ss 4 0 0 1 3 2
Hoks, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Nedley, 1st 4 0 0 8 0 2
Easterly, c 4 0 1 7 0 0
Huber, 2nd 4 0 0 4 3 0
Hanson, If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Harris, rf 2 0 0 1 0 0
Fisher, p 4 0 0 1 22
34 1 2 24 10 6
Ocala AB R H PO A E
Smith, 2nd 4 0 0 1 2 3
Taylor, ss 4 0 0 2 1 2
V. Landingham, 3d. 3 1 0 1 3 0
Overstreet, c 3 1 115 0 0
Liddell, cf 3 11 0 0 0
Wood, If 4 1 2 1 0 0
Harris, rf 3 0 1 0 0 1
Brooks, 1st 3 0 0 7 0 2
Boswell, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Leavengood ..... 1 0 0 0 0 0
30 4 5-27 7 8
The score by innings:
Lake City 000 000 0101
Ocala : .u20 000 02x 4
Summary: Two-base hit, Liddell.
Sacrifice hits, Overstreet, Liddell.
Stolen bases, Chaplin. Struck out by
Fisher, 7; by Boswell, 15. Walked by
Eisner, a; by Boswell, z. Lielt on
bases, Lake City, 8; Ocaal, 5. Umpire,
Davidson. Time, 1:55. Gate receipts,
$84.50. Scorer, L. T. I.
HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT
FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL
Dairies inspected and milk examin
ed as follows:
Close: Inspection, 92 per cent; but
ter fat, 4.6 per cent; bacteria, 24,000.
Creamery: Butter fat, 3.7 per
cent; bacteria, 264,800.
Creamery;. Butter fat, 3.7 per cent;
butter fat, 40,000.
Gray: Inspection, 84; butter fat, 4.4
per cent; batceria, 137,000.
Poppe: Inspection, 82 per cent; but
ter fat, 4.3 per cent; inspection, 32,000.
Painter: Inspection, 93 per cent;
butter fat, 5.5 per cent; bateria, 64, 64,-000.
000. 64,-000. Rose: Butter fat, 4.7 per cent; bac bacteria,
teria, bacteria, 262,400.
Thrash: Inspection, 85 per cent;
butter fat, 3.5 per cent; batceria, 9400.
Warner: Inspection, 82 per cent;
butter fat, 4.3 per cent; bacteria,
23,200.
Highest -butter fat (richest milk,
Painter; lowest batceria (cleanest
milk), Thrash.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Cook, Carter, Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur & Brown, Marsh, Federal, Heintz,
A. R. Grocery, Sarasota, Mixon, Mor Mor-dis,
dis, Mor-dis, Magnolia, Sawaya, Eagle, Daw Daw-kins,
kins, Daw-kins, Lowe, good; Fish Market, New
York, Greer, Golman, Broadway, fair.

FIFTH WEEK OF
THE 6EN0A FARCE

Opened Today and Will Probably
Bring the Conference to the End
Of Its Uselessness
Genoa, May 8. (By the Associated
Press). The fifth week of the Genoa
conference opening today will see the
end of the conclave, it is generally be believed.
lieved. believed. An atmosphere of gloom per-'
vades conference circles in view of the
apparent irreconcilability of the posi positions
tions positions of England on the one hand and
France and Belgium on the other, over
terms under which reconstruction of
Russia would be undertaken.
BIG BRIBE FOR THE BEAR
Genoa, May 8. (By the Associated
Press). Lloyd George of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain and Foreign Minister Schanzer of
Italy, addressed a strong appeal today
to the Russian representatives, urg urging
ing urging acceptance of the allied memoran memorandum
dum memorandum in the main points and promising
Russia an international loan of three
hundred million gold francs.
NO TROUBLE WITH NEGROES
Not
Likely that They' Sympathized
With Kirvin Rapists
Kirvin, May 8. (By the Associated
Press). The town is quiet today fol following
lowing following rumors last night that armed
negroes were marching toward the
town to avenge the burning Saturday
of three negroes accused of an attack
upon and murder of a white school
girl. The city marshal said he ex expected
pected expected no further trouble. He said he
had investigated the rumors and found
no one who had seen a band of negroes
in this vicinity.
GEORGE AND MARY VISIT
ALBERT AND ELIZABETH
London, May 8. (By th Associated
Press) King George and Queen Mary
left today for Belgium, to be guests
of King Albert and Queen Elizabeth.
POST BROS. LEFT AT THE POST
(Associated Press)
New York, May 8. The failure of
Post. Bros. & Co. was announced on
the New York Stock Exchange today.
JOHN H. PATTERSON
Atlantic City, May 8. (Associated
Press). The body of John H. Patter
son, founder and chairman of the
board of the National Cash Register
Company, who died aboard a train
here yesterday, will be taken to Day Dayton,
ton, Dayton, O., for burial.
ANOTHER LYNCHING
(Associated Press)
Fort Worth, May 8. The body of
Tom Cornish, a brother of one of the
victims of the Kirvin mob, was found
hanging to a tree today by a farmer
residing near Kirvin.
FIRST COMMUNION
At the Catholic church Sunday
morning, the following children re received
ceived received their first communion: Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Carmichael, Mary Magdalene
Heintz, Evelyn Toffaletti, Joseph
Heintz, Dotty Sawaya, Jake Whise Whise-nant
nant Whise-nant and Frances Harrison.
Our collection of MOTHER'S DAY'
cards is larger and better than ever
before. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
E. GERIG. 8-6t

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LAID LASH ON THE

A

Prisoners of the Cook County Jail In
Chicago Raised a Riot Over
Withdrawal of Privileges
Chicago, May 8. A four-hour riot
in the Cook county jail was quelled
early today when the warden and
thirty guards, removed the ringlead ringleaders
ers ringleaders from their cells, one at a time, and
whipped them. Displeasure of the
prisoners over a change in the method
of admitting visitors led to the out outbreak.
break. outbreak. The prisoners in the upper
tier of cells fired their blankets and
dropped them out. The smoke nearly,
suffocated the others. They also tore
steel strips from their bunks and beat
upon the bars of the cells, the bedlam
being heard for blocks.
IT'S TIME TO SWING
ONE OF THEM UP
White- Rapist Has No More Right to
: Live Than a Black One
Jacksonville, May 8. (Associated
Pi ess). Aubrey Nichols, sentenced
to hang after pleading guilty in the
Volusia circuit court to the charge of
assaulting a. DeLand woman last De December,
cember, December, has been brought to the Duval
county jail for. safe keeping.
TRIAL OF QUIGLEY
- AT ST. AUGUSTINE
(Associated Press j
St. Augustine, May 8. The trial of
Frank Quigley, charged with man manslaughter
slaughter manslaughter in connection with the kil killing
ling killing of William Murphy on a road
gang November 1920, opened today.
Quigley was a convict guard, and
Murphy had just started serving a 30 30-uay
uay 30-uay sentence for stealing a ride on a
freight train. Quigley alleged that
Murphy attacked him with a rake.
IMMENSE LIFE INSURANCE
New York, May 8. (By Associated
Press). It became known today that
Henry P. Davison carried $2,000,000
life insurance. The policies were most mostly
ly mostly written in 1917. His insurance pre previously
viously previously did not exceed half a million.
It is estimated the premiums amount amounted
ed amounted to about $80,000 annually.
PRIVATE DETECTIVES
MOSTLY A PEST
Newark, N. J., May 8. (Associated
Press). A request has been made
that the British embassy send an
agent to escort him from the station
tomorrow so he will not be molested,
by Alexander Robertson, a British
war veteran, who plans to go to
Washington to press his charges that
private detectives have attempted to
railroad him out of the country be because
cause because of his efforts to win the hand of
Mary Culberson, daughter of Senator
Culberson, of Texas. The friendship
betwen Robertson and the girl is said
to have begun at the University of
Texas three months ago where both
were students. The two men again re recently
cently recently in Washington where Miss Cul Culberson
berson Culberson is now at school.
WILSON IS JUST BUT NOT WISE
St. Louis, May 8. (By Associated
Press). Referring, to United States
Senator Reed as "a marplot,' Wood
row Wilson, in a letter to the former
governor ofMissouri, made public to today,
day, today, asked the defeat of Missouri's
senator to "redeem the reputation" of
the democratic party.

AIIUHIST THREAT

A A T AMERICA

Say that Unless Massachusetts Mur Murderers
derers Murderers are Released, Will Blow
Up Our Legation in Sofia
Sofia, Bulgaria, May 8. (By the
Associated Press). A threat to blow
up the American legation here unless
the United States brings about the re release
lease release of Sacco and Vanzetti, commu communists,
nists, communists, under conviction for murder in
Massachusetts, hase been received at
the legation.
AMERICAN FRUIT
GROWERS INC. SUCCESS
HAS BEEN IMMENSE
Has Marketed a Great Quantity
Citrus Products This
Season
Of
(Tampa Tribune)
Orlando, May 5. In reviewing re results
sults results obtained for the growers during
the season just closing, F. L. Skelly,
manager of the American Fruit Grow Growers,
ers, Growers, Inc., of Orlando, stated that while
he has been directly interested in the
marketing of Florida citrus fruits for
the past thirteen years that this has
been the most successful season from
the standpoint of satisfactory sales
and prices obtained, that he has ever
experienced.
"This is the third season of the
American Fruit Growers, Inc., in this
state and while this organization
started with many of the most desir desirable
able desirable accounts in the state its business
has shown a very remarkable per cent cent-age
age cent-age of increase. The second season
showed an increase of sixty-five per
cent over the first, and the season
just closing will show an increase of
fully seventy-five per cent over the
season of 1920-1921. During this
period of time many of the most pro progressive
gressive progressive growers in this state have
availed themselves of the superior
marketing service that the A. F. G.
has to offer, and prospects are for an
increase of fully 100 per cent for the
coming season over the season of
921-1922,"-said Mr. Skelly.
"The results obtained havebeen not
only gratifying to the growers and
associations whose
keted but to the
fruit it has mar mar-American
American mar-American Fruit
In not only the
the country were
Growers as well.
arger markets of
the highest prices invariably obtained
each and every day, as has been shown
by the market letters from these
markets, but this is also true of all
the f. o. b. markets of the country.
The A. F. G. through its 166 sales
offices and its excellent sales force
throughout the' country has been able
to place all suitable fruit on f. o. b.
orders; fruit sold through the auction
has been almost invariably shipped
direct to these markets, while the
arger per centage of fruit sold f. o.
o. was snipped direct to destination.
n this way the fruit reached the con
sumer in practically as fresh condi
tion as when picked from the tree in
Florida, as cars are not allowed to lie
around at diverting points and fruit
become stale. It is a principle of the
American Fruit Growers not to
tramp cars throughout the country
hunting sales, but to have sales made
before car is shipped. The A. F. G.
is also thoroughly opposed to a price
arrival basis where the wholesaler is
given all the advantage and the
grower no advantage.
The Blue Goose trade mark is
used on all fruit that conforms to the
required standard. While this trade
name has only been in use for the past
two years it is conceded by the leading
advertisers in the countrv to have
come to the front more quickly than
any other trade name ever put before
the public. Some growers have form formed
ed formed the mistaken idea that only a small
proportion of the fruit marketed by
the American Fruit Growers is mark
ed Blue Goose. This is not true as a
very large per centage of the crop
handled is marked and sold under the
trade name Blue Goose as is shown by
all reports from the larger markets.
During the coming season second
grade fruit will be marked with the
A. G G. insignia in connection with
the house brand of the shipper. In
this way the American Fruit Growers
will be able to advertise approximate approximately
ly approximately upwards of ninety per cent of the
fruit handled by this organization.
A very extensive advertising cam-
paioTi has been carried on during this
season through local and trade papers.
posters, window display material and
direct advertising to the trade. In
addition to the work done by the
American Fruit Growers Inc., retail
dealers throughout the country have
shown a splendid spirit of co-operation
in putting on window display mate-:
rial sad direct advertising window
displays, demonstrations, etc, and
many high class hotels and restau restaurants,
rants, restaurants, as well as the dining cars' have
advertised Blue Goose fruit n their
menus. The coming season a
more aggressive advertising
much

HUG TO TREAT
FLORIDA LIKE GAUL

Prohibitionists, in Their War Against
- The Bootleggers, Will Divide
State Into Three Parts
Miami, May 8. (By the Associated
Press). The division of Florida into
three prohibition districts, with Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Jacksonville and Pensacola as
headquarters, was announced today by
A. L. Allen, federal prohibition com commissioner
missioner commissioner for Florida. Fred Harring Harrington
ton Harrington will head the Miami district,
George Gay Jacksonville, and L R.
Cobb Pensacola.
WU PEI FU WILL
HAVE MORE WAR
Chao Ti, Governor of Hanan, Disputes
His Control of North China
Hankow, May 8. (By Associated
Press ) The Peking-Hankow railway
has been cut and it is reported that
Chao Ti, military governor of Hanan
province, has started hostilities in op opposition
position opposition to the forces of Wu Pei Fu.
Fighting is in progress today at Siny Siny-angchow,
angchow, Siny-angchow, 100 milea north of here.
paign is being planned and with the
quantity and quality of fruit already
in sight growers .who market through
the A. F. G. can be assured of the
most satisfactory results.
"The American Fruit Growers In&
has control of the electric fruit mark marking
ing marking machine which is available to all
shippers, who market their fruit thru
this organization and these machines
have been used very successfully dur during
ing during the past three seasons. It is a
well known fact that electrically!
marked fruit always commands a pre- j
mium. Several representatives of j
large citrus interests have made con considerable
siderable considerable inquiry during this season
and put forth considerable effort to
secure some method of marking their
trade name on their fruit. However,
up to the present time there is only
successful type of marking machine in
existence and this is thoroughly pro protected
tected protected by patents. The larger market marketing
ing marketing agencies of the country -know the
value of marked fruit and the excel excellent
lent excellent results obtained by the A.F.'G.
on their electrically marked fruit.
This is not only true of the marketing
agencies but also of the progressive
growers who are availing themselves
of this unsurpassed service.
"The identity of the grower's fruit
is not in any way lost by the use of
the marking machine, as the words.
Blue Goose and the house brand name
are marked on the fruit."
CIRClflT COURT IN SESSION
The circuit court opened its spring
session this morning. Following are
the names of the grand and petit
jurors:
Grand Jury
John R. Martin, foreman; S. L. Fri Fri-dy,
dy, Fri-dy, H. H. Whetstone, R. C. Camp,
James Butler, E. O. Powell, W. H. An
derson, W. H. Fore, H. A. Meadows,
Sid Whaley, O. L. Gaskin, Louis H.
Chazal, R. E. Lindsay, A. A. Winer,
J. P. Holly, B. B. Keep, J. H. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, B. J. Benson. G. B. Whitfield
was sworn in as bailiff to the grand
jury.
Petit Jury for the Wreek
N. R. Dehon, W. C. Cason, J. N.
Shedd, N. P. Davis, John H- Harrison,
C. G. Leitner, M. J. Townsend, O. G.
Johnson, J. T. Hutchins, E. C. Glad
ney, J. W. Nelson.
LOOK OUT AUTOMOBILE
THIEVES ARE IS TOWN
Better be careful about your auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Saturday night, from in front
of the Temple theater, Mr. Dan Fort's
Ford touring car, 1921 model, No. C C-26,959,
26,959, C-26,959, was stolen. Sunday night,
thieves carried off Mr. F. W. Cook's
Ford touring car, 1922 model, No. C C-38,338,
38,338, C-38,338, from the vicinity of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, where Mr. Cook and
family were worshiping.
A good many auto thieves are skill skilled
ed skilled mechanics, and can easily carry off
a car, even if locked, if it has only an
ordinary lock on it. There is, how however,
ever, however, a special lock that will defy any
thief unless he has time for a long,
intricate operation. The best defense
of a car is to insure it. Thieves gen generally
erally generally let insured cars alone, as they
know the insurance companies will
spend thousands of
dollars running
them down.
CONTROLLER'S CALL
Washington, May 8- The comptrol comptroller
ler comptroller of the currency today issued a call
for the condition of all national banks
at the close of business Friday, May
5th.
Our new MOTHER'S DAY cards
j will .express just the sentiment yon
want for your mother. THE SPE
CIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 8-t

SEVENTY Tlli

HOMELESS PEOPLE
For the Rest of the Country to
From Destitution Caused
By Floods
New Orleans, May & (Associated
Fresa). -Approximately 70,000 per persons
sons persons are homeless in Mississippi and
Louisiana, as a result of the Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi river flood and of this number 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 are being fed,' sheltered and
clothed by the Red Cross and other
organisations. No provision has beta
made to aid the 30,000 who have not
yet reached the refugee camp. V.
GAMBLERS DRENCHED IN
EACH OTHERS' GOES
Will Jacobs Chopped the life Oat Of
George Williams and was Him Himself
self Himself Badly Wounded
At a turpentine still about tea miles
southwest of town Saturday nigtst,
George Williams and Will Jacobs, col colored,
ored, colored, fought with the cold steel ever
a game of cards. They most have bad
a desperate battle, judging by the
way they carved each, other up with
their knives. Williams, with several
wounds, the worst of which was in his
necK, zeu to ua ground xrom ww
ness caused by loss of blood. Jacobs,
soaked in his own gore, had strength
enough left to seize an ax and smash
in Williams' head, .but he had not the
power to make his getaway.
Sheriff Thomas and his deputies,
called by phone, harried to the eat
of war, found Jacobs bleeding to
death and rushed him to a doctor, who
succeeded in keeping the life in his.
He was then taken to jail. He bears
the marks of WilliamsV knife carved
deep on his face and arms, and has
some minor cuts, but except the scars
will soon be as good as new.
Judge Futch held an inquest oyer
Williams' body Sunday. The verdict
of the jury was that Williams' death
was caused by Jacobs. As the grand
jury is now in session it was not nee
essary to take any other legal proce-
dure.-'-' i- .-r.f-.1- i.,;.
Jacobs is 4bout thirty-five years .. --
old. Some fifteen years ago, he was
sent to the penitentiary for. an at-"-tempt
to rape a little colored girL He -was
pardoned out about two years
ago. Williams was about thirty-three
years old.
BARBARA'S BIRTHDAY
Barbara, the little daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. E. G. Lindner, celebrated her
third birthday with a party at her
home Saturday afternoon. The invita invitations
tions invitations which were issued for this party
were especially attractive and in re-,
sponse to them about twenty of Bar Barbara's
bara's Barbara's little friends arrived at the ap
pointed hoar. The afternoon was an
ideal one to spend in the open and
many different games were enjoyed on
the lawn under the big oaks. One of
the unusually pretty features was the
May pole which had been erected en
the lawn and the children enjoyed the
afternoon dancing around this, twin-"
ing and untwining the gay streamers,
making a picture which was typical cf
spring.
A long table had been erected on the
lawn with two long benches, ens en
either side, and here the children
gathered and were served -' refresh refresh-mnets.
mnets. refresh-mnets. In the center of the table was
the birthday cake, with three pink
candles and it was cut with doe cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. The little guests were served
with ice cream, cake and mints, Mrs.
Lindner being assisted during the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by her sister Miss Ehoda
Rhody, and Mrs. John Good and Mrs.'
Weller CarmiehaeL The little folks
had a very happy afternoon and when
they took their leave of the little hos hostess
tess hostess they wished her many more hap-"
py birthdays. The following were'
those present: 1
James H. Hampton, Neu Isratlson,
Arthur L. Burgess, Graham Rose,
Jack HorrelL Virginia Balkeom, Laura
Merle Sew ell, Margaret CeweH, Jose Josephine
phine Josephine Trantham, Frances 'Trantham,
Martha Carmichael, Mary Louise
Shephard, Hope Mills-Price, John
Mills-Price, Anne Mills-Price, Vslta
Waterman, Eugene Peek Jr., Harriet
Armour, Margaret Ann "Welkleyy
Marion Walkley, Mary Lindner Jones,
Merle Galloway, Frances Mitchell,
Leslie Stroud, Nell Stroud, VVTrgiaia
Stroud, Sara Frances Tucker, Dorothy
Darden, Frances Jordan, Frances
Moughton, Sam Pyles Jr.
A thirty-eight pound melon at the
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank is
attracting a good deal of attention as
it is about ten days earlier than they
usually start shipment in this county.
This melon is from the farm of Mr.
S. B. Knight east of Stanton. We un-
derstand that he will ship several ears
this week.
Three cars of melons were t lipped
from Eaxtlake today.



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matters are being investigated. If a
number of our sensible citizens will

pursue "the same policy, it will not be
long before the oil sharks will let
Marion county alone. These swindlers
catch a sucker once in a while, and
his or her money leaves the county,
bringing nothing in return.

Frederick Marmaduke Van Renn Renn-selaer
selaer Renn-selaer Dey, who wrote the Nick Car Carter
ter Carter and some other dime novels, is

dead. His works were considered as

those of the devil by the truly good of
his time. The fairer judgment of
later days is admitting that the Nick

Carter, the Diamond Dick, Old Sleuth,
the Buffalo' Bill and other such novels,
that were so much sought after by

the boys of twenty to forty and fifty
years ago, had a much better influ influence
ence influence on them than those that are tak taking
ing taking their place today. They were
clean and 'inspired boys to be honest
and brave. There was no nastiness
in them and no praise for the man or
boy who however smart, was treach treacherous
erous treacherous and cruel.

SASH

DOOR
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Geo. Mac

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Ocala, Fla.

HARDWARE
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ft'tE''ti'ttrirtrt'i''ti'r

LIFE

FIRE

"In" Monday's Ocala Star appeared
a charming notice of an approaching
marriage of some note, and immed immed-iately'following
iately'following immed-iately'following the paragraph telling
about the anticipating groom was
this local: 'No matter what the other
fellow will do, W. R. Link will do it
better.' Possibly Link is making a
statement not entirely correct, de declares
clares declares Brother Thorn in the Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee Gazette. Phil Armstrong in
Times-Union.
Some other Star. We have no ad advertiser
vertiser advertiser by the name of Link. Been
suspecting for some time Thorn need needed
ed needed new specs.

Pay poll tax this week.

We lost several dollars Saturday
afternoon. We had a hunch that Ocala
was going to win the ball game, but
were too busy to go out and bet the
' few dollars we had.

1 Perhaps Tom Watson hopes for an another
other another term as senator from Georgia.
' He's keeping powerful quiet these
days. But if he remains quiet four
years he will bust.

" If Park Trammell had only had the
food luck to be born ugly,, and had
grown bald-headed, his opponents
would have had hard work to ; find
something to say against him.

Conan Doyle says there will be no
flappers in heaven. If Conan is cor correct,
rect, correct, and he knows as much about it
as anybody, there's a whole lot of us
men that are not going to be very keen
about going to heaven.

There is a keen cut in the following
paragraph from the Miami Herald:
"The German people received Jack
Dempsey very enthusiastically. They
ought to. He never did anything to
them."

Jim Reed has opened his campaign
in Missouri for re-election to the Sen Senate
ate Senate by an attack on Wilson. That
will please the republicans. Missouri
will honor herself by sending any de decent
cent decent republican to the Senate rather
than Reed.

Why does it cost more to dress a

woman than.it used to, though she

wears next to nothing? Phil Arm
strong m TimesrUnion.
1 Nevt knew a woman to wear any

thing next to nothing, altho some of

them are awful skinny.

. The county authorities should have
something done to the courthouse

clock. No two of its faces are keeping
time, and it strikes five minutes ahead

of J the standard-set clocks. People

who have their watches and clocks set

by railroad time are confused by the

clock's too previous striking.

When Benjamin gets the "Living
Lights" knocked out of him, and
makes an ass of himself, which is
very often since he reached his
"dotage," he proceeds to get mad and
say ugly things. Ocala's greatest
joke is Benjamin besides its greatest

liability. Any man in Ocala who hon

estly takes Benjamin and his abuse

seriously will please send the Ob Observer
server Observer his name. We are not interest interested
ed interested in Ben's abuse. "No one in Ocala

takes him seriously, so why should

we ? Jacksonville Observer.

Gee!

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
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ACCIDENT

AUTOMOBILE

C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla,
217 W. Broadway

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SHERIFF'S SALE

The Miami Herald claims the "best

editorial page in the United States,"

but then even the Magic City has not
the only case of swell head in these

little United States. Wauchula Ad

vocate.

Well, it comes pretty close to mak

ing good its boast, its excelled by

only two or three modesty forbids

our naming one and you can guess the
others.

. Lady Astor rode in a little wagon
drawn by a billygoat in Richmond just
to show her democracy. But in the
literal sense of the word she should
have ridden the democratic donkey.
Times-Union.
That donkey has frequently shown
that the only sort of a person that can
ride him is a big, ugly man who
treats him rough.

Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the

'oirnutt rnurt in and for Marion county.

Florida, dated April 3rd, A. D. 1922. in
a certain cause wherein Farmers Gin
and Mill Company, a Florida corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, is plaintiff, and Sunset Crate and

Lumber Mills, a Florida corporation, is
defendant, I have levied upon and will

on
Monday, June 5tb. A. D. 1922,
the same being a legal sales day, dur during
ing during the legal hours of sale, offer for
sale the lot on .which the defendant
formerly operated a crate mill at Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, Florida, and sell to the high highest
est highest and best bidder for cash the follow following
ing following described personal property, located
at JSummerfteld, Marion county, Florida,
to-wit:
1 anvil; 1 BF Sturtevant No. S1079D;
1 dump cart; 2 steam engines, 1 ,Mer ,Mer-rett
rett ,Mer-rett clipper; 5 lots of coil piping; 1
Merrett lathe; 1 vice; 1 unnamed lathe;
1 boiler and stock; various lots of boiler
flues; 2 steam pumps; 11 various kinds
of veneer machines; 1 lot of piping and
fittings; all shafting, pulleys and boxes;
all iron junk.
. Said property to be sold to satisfy
said execution and costs.
S. C. M. THOMAS.
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
L. W. DUVAL,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Above property may be inspected at
Summerfield, Florida, -by- applying- to
Mr. Nathan Mayo). 5-1-Mon

LEGION MAN, STURDY HIKER
Illinois Ex-SeldiT en Way Back Fr
Washington, Is Completing
2300-Mi Is Jaunt.
Romance still lies along the broad
highway, according to H. H. Rufus,

"Harding s mes messenger
senger messenger boy," now
on hi way back
to Danville. 111.,
afoot, from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C,
completing a 2300 2300-mile
mile 2300-mile jaunt. After

'i 'm. w hanging by his

w nJ vtctiim auu

In the mountains

of Kentucky, the
sturdy hiker found

a climax to has adventures in Ciarks Ciarks-burg,
burg, Ciarks-burg, W. Va., In the form of the only
girl."
Rufus, who Is forty-four years old,
an ex-soldier, and a native of Dan Danville,
ville, Danville, started out last November, bear bearing
ing bearing four sealed messages from the
Danville chamber of commerce, which
he was to "deliver In person" to the
President. Stalking out of the White
House six weeks later, he said : "I was
all eyes and ears, looked Straight
ahead, and got what I went after."
The hiker Is dropping In at Ameri American
can American Legion posts when he wants to
darn his socks or sbave, and his stories
have become well known. He started
from his home town with with one cent
and the Instructions neither to beg,
borrow, nor steal. He carried a 14 14-pound
pound 14-pound pack which, among other things,
contained a cigar for "Uncle Joe" Cannon.

YouH find all kinds of Western and
Florida meats served under -sanitary
conditions at a first class il market.
Come around and see" -our window.
Eagle Grocery and Meat Market, 122
South Main St., -phone -74. 5-tf.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery,
l. a l-eaoty yon will like it. tf

The newest and smartest ladies
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe oC, Y M. B. O. D. 19-tf

Is a beauty you will likt it.

tf

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

Wa lira tisyuf vnfn

J 1 UttUJ CU1U
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.- have butter -and buttermilk every day.

Phone 94. Marion County Creamery.

Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y.M. B.O.D. 2 19-tf

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery
its a beauty yon will like it. tf
Country cured hams sliced at the
Alain Street Market. Phone 108. 13

For prompt prescription-work-phone
No. 14. BittinVs Drug Store, 25-tf

SENDS 'NOTES' FROM ALASKA

If Attorney General Daugherty has
anything to disclose about the first
release of Chas. W. Morse, by all
means let him turn it loose. The
country is ready to hear him. After
his services to Debs, noobdy is going
to be shocked over anything he did
for Morse.

That scientist who found the re remains
mains remains of a pre-historic monster at
Silver Springs must have found "a
bottle of hootch before making the in investigation'.
vestigation'. investigation'. Leesburg Commercial.
Aha now we surmise the cause of
some of Leach's visions.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

. : i More substantial fortunes have been
made in dealing in Florida dirt than
Texas oil wells during the last ten
years. And Florida dirt is growing
in popularity. Orlando Deporter Deporter-Star.
Star. Deporter-Star. You put multum in five lines that
time.

... Almost every day we receive from
some oil company or other solicita solicita-"
" solicita-" tions to share their great wealth, and
the same invitations are sent to a
large number of people in Ocala. All
these '-invitations are swindles at at-:
: at-: : tempts to obtain money on false pre-
tenses. We give all we receive to the
postoffice department. We have been
"informed by the department that these

UNCLE MANX

r

' A man cant lay around like a
and make money.

hen

(Evening Star May 8, 1902)
Mrs. Grant Cowan left last night
for .Washington, D. C, to join her hus husband,
band, husband, who has a good government po position
sition position there.
Miss Miriam Pasteur, who is teach teaching
ing teaching in the Summerlin Institute at
Bartow, came to Ocala to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur.
Miss Mary Ross of Jackson ,Tenn.,

who has been spending the winter in
Ocala with her cousin, Mrs. J. E.
Chace, left today for home. En route
she will stop in Birmingham to visit
Mrs. C. E. Powell.

George MacKay is completing two

fine phosphate plants at Hernando,
both of which will be in operating in
thirty days. One is for the Savannah-

Florida Phosphate Co. and the other

for the Royal Phosphate Co.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 8, 1912)
Yesterday afternoon the home of
Mr. Rube Redding on the Pyles road

about seven miles from town was

completely destroyed by fire. The

fire caught in the attic and the house
was too far gone when discovered to

save anything except a few personal

belongings.

In this issue of the Star appeared a
picture of W. E. Smith and a word of
thanks to the voters of Marion county
who elected him to the office of county

judge.

Mr. M. J. Roess was a visitor to

Tampa today.

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ocala, Fla., May 1st, 1922.
Sealed nroDOsals for improving or

constructing the following section of

road will be received by the boara oi
county commissioners of Marion
county, Florida, at the office of the
clerk of Marion county, in Ocala, Fla.,
up to 12 o'clock m. on the

18th day of May, 1922
For approximately 140,000 square

yards of surfacing on a section of

Road rio. 2, m manon county, ilorma,
between Belleyiew and Lake county
line, approximately 15 miles.

Alternate bids will be received" on
bituminous macadam, bituminous con

crete and sheet asphalt, laid on either

concrete or crushed rock base, also or

plain cement concrete pavement. Also

bids will be considered on. crushec

rock base alone.

Plans and specifications may be ob obtained
tained obtained on application to the State
Road Department, at Tallahassee.
Florida, fox the sum of three ($3.00)
dollars, or may be examined at the
office of the State Road Department,
at Tallahassee, Florida, or at the office
of the clerk of Marion county, Flor

ida.

A certified check or a bidder's bond,
executed by a bonding company au authorized
thorized authorized to do business in the state of
Floiida, made payable to the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Board of County Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners of Marion county, in the sum
of fifteen thousand ($15,000) dollars
shall be submitted with each proposal.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids, and also to select the
type of surface from among the al alternate
ternate alternate bids as above requested.
R. B. MEFFERT,
Chairman Board of County Commis Commissioners.
sioners. Commissioners. May 1 8 1 5-Mrr

Hlatorlan of Ketchikan Legion Poet
Writes In Answer to Letters
of Sympathy.
"Please note following," the long long-suffering
suffering long-suffering historian of the Ketchikan
post of the American Legion in Alas Alaska
ka Alaska has written in answer to many let letters
ters letters of sympathy from buddies back In
the States:
1. There isn't a gold miner in the
post.

2. The thermometer has never
dropped lower than five below,
8. The deepest snow In recent years
was three Inches.
4. Some winters pas9 with practical-,
ly no snow.
5. Overcoats are often a nuisance in
January and February.
6. Raincoats and umbrellas are com commonly
monly commonly worn.
T. No one has even worn furs or
snowshoes to a post meeting.
8. "Gold-fishing" Is the principal In Industry.
dustry. Industry. 9. No one reads by the northern
lights or the midnight sun.
The fact that people In Ketchikan
ride In automobiles, and that the only
dog sleds there are hot-dog sleds Is
hard to get across, according to the
historian.

Zs
,.

Statement of the Condition of

The Ocala National Bank

I
I

Of Ocala, Florida
At the close of business Friday, May 5th, 1922.
Condensed from Report to the C mptroller of Currency

RESOURCES
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
Securities

U. S. Bonds .-
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

667,792.21
286,388.80
2,700.0)

-Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 36,000.00

Other Real Estate Owned -J. ... .
Overdrafts Jv.r .-CASH:;
CASH:; .-CASH:; On Hand and Due from Banks.
TOTAL

5,011.42
294.30
. 230,693.82
$1,228,880.55

FINDS HIS LONG-LOST BOY

Father, by Chance, Discovers Soldier
Son, Missing From Infancy, In
Washington Hospital.
The "long-lost-boy" theme of the
movie thriller has been discovered In

real life by the
American Legion
post at Flint,
Mich., where a
reunion has taken
place between E.
G. Morrison and
his son, George,
who is now a war
veteran.
More than nine nineteen
teen nineteen years ago In
New London,
Conn., the elder
Morrison and the

boy's mother separated. The child
of six months was given to the moth mother.
er. mother. She remarried and the boy lived
with her until he was fifteen years
old, when he ran away. He Joined
the navy, served overseas with the
aviation forces, and was wounded.
Last summer Mr. Morrison, Sr., was
motoring in the East. A chance con conversation
versation conversation with a passing acquaintance
led to the discovery that his son was
at that time lying Ul In a hospital In
.Washington, D. C. The reunion was
effected, and George Is now In busi business
ness business with his father in Flint.

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, fully paid in $ 75,000.00

:p Surplus and Undivided Profits earned.

V
t-fC

Circulation ...
Bi Is Payable
Re-discounts
DEPOSITS

TOTAL

32,914.93
72,600.00
None
None
. 1,048,365.62
$1,228,880.55

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned as guardian for the minor
heirs of Frank W. Smith, deceased,
will on the 25th day of May, 1922, ap apply
ply apply to the county judge of Marion
county for an order to sell the s of
nwi except 70 vards square in se cor
and nw'i of sw4 of section 1, town township
ship township 14 south, range 22 east 119
acres, owned by said minor heirs, for
the support of said minors.
24-5t-Mon W. W. Clyatt, Guardian.

Carrying On With the
American Legion

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

1 Sweet milk at tne Main Street Mar Market.'
ket.' Market.' Phone 108. IS

Mrs. James Nicholas and son are
visiting relatives at White Springs.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Oivps Tnnrfl arA Koc

work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

HEW

The Minnesota post of the Ameri American
can American Legion is given credit for 43,262
good deeds to unfortunate buddies dur during
ing during 1021.
A surplus of $25,000 remaining from
the Kansas City convention of the

I American Legion may go into a head

quarters building.
.
Of the 300 ex-soldiers enrolled as
vocational students at Pittsburg. Kan
who negotiated a loan, not one has
failed to make full repayments.
Ladies are present even In the north north-land.
land. north-land. A unit of the American Legion
auxiliary has been chartered at Wran Wran-gell,
gell, Wran-gell, Alaska. It will doubtless be
named "The Arctic Circle."
Compensation checks amounting to
$323,447.80 were obtained for 4.924 ex ex-service
service ex-service wen and women by the Amer American
ican American Legion's service division, between
October 10. U21. and January 14, 1922.

HOTEL
jnaraMux-ricas

Em4i Pan Ccwcfat. Modan, Scrwntrf ouadt roona.
Saa Htwd Sl-M Ca m tamitkm. Convener k
Evan, inhaartcfGat Said for Boofcio.
WmOtE W. SMTH. PxwV.

Youll find all kinds of Western and
Florida 'meats' served under sanitary
conditions at a' first class market.
Come around and see our window.
Eagle Grocery and Meat Market, 122
South Main St., phone 74. 5-tf.

PICTURE FRAMING

Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre

pared to make up and deliver on short
notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY

W. K.- Lane, M. D,-physician and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. ; (f

-TV

DEPOSITS May 5, 1922.....:.
DEPOSITS May 5, 1921... ...

$1,048,365.62
-.$852.61112

(?)

INCREASE One Year $195,754.50
On the Merits of the above Statement,
We Invite Your Business.

WwXXw

To People

Who

Know Things

YELL IT TO US
We want to publish all
of the news of this communi community
ty community for the information of our
subscribers. We cannot be in
500 different places at once,
and we don9t want to miss
anything worth printings Will
you tell it to us?

PHONE 51 OR 27

Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
. We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used -in
Chesterfield are of finer
quality and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price. :

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AC?

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10 for 9c 1

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of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos hlendsd



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1922

A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skiL
m monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
hears 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.
s i -a r -! tit i
ucaia maiuie yvuiis
OCALA, FLORIDA
NOTICE
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 j
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-
ness phone 335; residence phone 579.
Office 210 Osceola St., Ocala, Fla. 4t
We are now churning daily and ;
have butter and buttermilk every day. j
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Best story ecer written by
ELEANOR H. PORTER
Author t
"Pellyanna. ""Jtut Dali.
"Dawn." tic
As I said, be was there, out l naa
to speak twice before he looked np.
Then, for a minute, he stared vaguely.
"I Have No Cause to Complain of My
Daughter's Lessons Today," He Said
Very Quietly.
"Eh? Oh! Ah er yes, to be sure,"
he muttered then. "You have come
with your books. Yes, I remember."
But there wasn't any twinkle In his
yes, nor the least little bit of an un
derstanding smile; and I was disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. I had been looking for it. I
knew then, when I felt so suddenly
lost and heart-achey, that 1 had been
expecting and planning all day on that
twinkly understanding smile. You
know you feel worse when you've just
found a father and tlien lost him!
And I had lost him. I knew it the
minute he sighed and frowned ai d cot
up from his seat ami said, '"Oh, yes, to
be sure." lie w as just Doctor Anderson
then the man who knew all about the
.stars, and who had leen unmarried to
Mother, and who called me "Mary" in
an of-course-you're-my-dau'iter tone
of voice.
Well, he took my books and heard
my lessons, and told me what 1 was
to study next day. He's done that two
days now.
Oh, I'm so tired of being Mary
And I've got more than four whole
months of it left. I didn't get-Moth
er's letter today. Maybe that's why
I'm specially lonesome tonight.
JULY FIRST.
School Is done, both the regular
school and my school. Not that my
school has amounted to much. Really
It hasn't. Oh, for three or four days
he asked questions quite like Just a
teacher. Then he got to talking
Sometimes it would be about some
thing in the lessons; sometimes it
would be about a star, or the moon
And he'd get so interested that I'd
think for a minute that maybe the un
derstanding twinkle would come into
his eyes again. But it never did.
Sometimes It wasn't stars and moons
though, that he talked about. It was
Boston, and Mother. Yea, he did. He
talked a lot about Mother. As I look
back at it now, I can see that he did
He asked me all over again what she
did, and about the parties, and the
folks that came to see her. He asked
again about Mr. Harlow, and about
the concert, and the young man who
played the violin, and what was bis
. name, and how old was he, and did
like him. And then, right In the mid
die of some question, or rather, right
In the middle of some answer I was
giving him, he would suddenly reraem
ber he was hearing my lessons, and
he would say, "Come, come. Mary,
what has this to do with your les
sons?"
Just as If I was to blame! (But
then, we women always get the blame.
I notice.) And then he'd attend strict
ly to the books for maybe five whole
minutes before he asked another
question about that party, or the vio
linist.
Naturally the lessons haven
amounted to much, as you can Imagine.
But the term was nearly finished, any
way; and my real school Is in Boston
of course.
It's vacation new. I do hope thai
will amount to something!
AUGUST FIRST.
It hasn't, so far I mean vacation,
Really, what a world of disappoint
mailt thus is! How on earth I'm gp-
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ing to stand oemg Mary Tor three
months more I don't know. But Tve
got to, I suppose. I've been here May.
Jcce, and July; and that leaves Au August,
gust, August, September, and October yet to
come. And when I think of Mother
and Boston and Marie, and the darling
good times down there where you're
really wanted, I am simply crazy.
If Father wanted me, really wanted
me. I wouldn't care a bit. Td be will willing
ing willing to be Mary six whole months. Yes.
Td be glad to. But he doesn't. Tib
Just here by order of the court. Ami
what can you do when you're noth nothing
ing nothing but a daughter by order of ths
court?
Since the lessons have stopped.
Father's gone back to bis "Good-morning,
Mary," and "Good-night, and
nothing else, day In and -day out.
Lately he's got so he hangs around
the house an awful lot, too, so I can't
even do the things I did the first of
the month. I mean that Td been play playing
ing playing some on the piano, along at the
first, after school closed. Aunt Jane
was out In the garden a lot, and

Father out to the observatory; so I;
just reveled In piano-playing till I j
found almost every time I did It that
he had come back, and was In the
library with the door open. So I
don't dare to play now.
And there isn't a blessed thing to
do. Oh, I have to sew an hour, and
now I have to weed an hour, too;
and Aunt Jane triea to have me learn
to cook; but Susie (in the kitchen)
flatly refused to have me "messing
around," so Aunt Jane had to give
that up. Susie' 8 the one person Aunt
Jane's afraid of, you see. She always
threatens to leave if anything goes
across her wishes. So Aunt Jane has
to be careful. I heard her tell Mrs.
Small next door that good hired girls
were awfully scarce In Andersonvllle.
As I said before, If only there was
somebody here that wanted me But
there isn't. Of course Father doesn't.
That goes without saying. And Aunt
Jane doesn't. That goes, too, without
saying. Carrie Heywood has gone
away for all summer, so I can't have
even her, and of course, I wouldn't
associate with any of the other girls,
even if they would associate with me
which they won't.
That leaves only Mother's letters.
They are dear, and I love them. I
don't know what I'd do without them.
And yet, sometimes I think maybe
they're worse than if I didn't have
them. They make me so homesick,
and I always cry so after I get them.
Still, I know I just couldn't live a
minute if 't wasn't for Mother's let letters.
ters. letters. Besides being so lonesome there's
another thing that worries me, too;
and that is, this what I'm writing, I
mean. The novel. It's getting awful awfully
ly awfully stupid. Nothing happens. Noth Nothing!
ing! Nothing! Of course, if 'twas Just a story
I could make up things lots of them
exciting. Interesting things, like
having Mother elope with the violin violinist,
ist, violinist, and Father shoot him and fall in
love with Mother all over again, or
else with somebody els, and shoot
that one's lover. Or maybe somebody'd
try to shoot Father, and I'd get there
Just in time to save him. Oh, Td love
that!
. But this is a real story, so, of course,
I can't put In anything only Just what
happens; and nothing happens.
And that's another thing. About
the love story I'm afraid thers Isn't
going to be one. Anyway, there Isn't
a bit of a sign of one, yet, unless It's
Mother. And of course, I haven't seen
her for three months, so I can't say
anything about that
Father doesn't like ladles. I know
he doesn't. He always runs away from
them. But they don't run away from
him Listen.
Quite a lot of them call here to see
Aunt Jane, and they come lots of
times evenings and late afternoons,
and I know now why they do it. They
come then because they think Father!!
be at 'home at that time ;and they j
want to see him.
I know It now, but I never thought
of it till the other day when I heard
our hired girl, Susie, talking about It
with Bridget, the Smalls' hired girl,
over the fence when I was weeding 4he
garden one day. Then I knew. It was
like this :
Mrs. Darling had been over the
night before as usual, and had stayed
an awfully iong time talking to Aunt
Jane on the front piazza. Father had
been there, too, awhile. She stopped
him on his way into the house. I was
there and I heard her. She said:
"Oh, Mr. Anderson, rm so glad I
saw you! I wanted to ask your ad advice
vice advice about selling poor dear Mr.
Darling's law library.
And then she went on to tell him
how she'd had an offer, but she wasn't
sure whether it was a good one or
not. And she told him how highly she
prized his opinion, and he was a man
of such splendid Judgment, and she
felt so alone now with no strong man's
shoulder to lean upon, and she would
be so much obliged If he only would
tell her whether he considered that
offer a good one or not.
Father hitched and ahemmed and
moved nearer the door all the time she
was talking, and he didn't seem to
hear her when she pushed a chair
toward him and asked him to please
ait down and tell her what to. do; that
she was so alone in the world since
poor dear Mr. Darling had gone. (She
always calls him poor dear Mr. Dar Darling
ling Darling now, bat Susie says she didn't
when he was alive; she called him
something quite different. I wonder
what it was.)
Well, as I said. Father hitched and
fidgeted, and said he didn't know, he
was sure; that she'd better take wiser
counsel than his, and that he was very
sorry, but she really must excuse him.
And he got through the door while he
was talking Just as fast as he could
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himself, so that she cbtnohl get1 in a
single word to keep him. Then he
was gone.
Mrs. Darling stayed on the piazza
two whole hours longer, but Fsthei
never came out at all again.
It was the next morning that Susi
said this over the back-yard fence tc
Bridget:
"It does beat all how popular this
house Is with the ladles after collegf
hours
And Bridget chuckled and answer?--1
back :
"Sure it Is An' I do be thlnkin' the
Widder Darlin U a heap fonder of
Miss Jane now than she would have
been had poor dear Mr. Darlin' lived !"
And she chuckled again, and so did
Susie. And then, all of a sudden, I
knew. It was Father Mrs. Dariing
wanted. They came here to see him.
They wanted to marry him. As if 1
didn't know what Susie and Bridget
meant! I'm no child!
But all this doesn't make Father
like them. I'm not sure but it makes
him dislike them. Anyhow, he won't
have anything to do with them. He
always runs away over to the observa observatory,
tory, observatory, or somewhere, and won't see
them; and I've heard him say things
about them to Aunt Jane, too words
that sound all right, but that don't
mean what they say, and everybody
knows they don't. So, as I said before,
I don't see any chance of Father's hav having
ing having a love story to help out this book
not right away, anyhow.
As for my love story I don't see
any chance of that's beginning, either.
Yet, seems as if there ought to be the
beginning of it by this time I'm going
on fifteen. Oh, there have been be beginnings,
ginnings, beginnings, lots of them only Aunt
Jane wouldn't let them go on and be
endings, though I told her good and
plain that I thought it perfectly all
right; and I reminded her about the
brook and river meeting where I stood,
and all that.
But I couldn't make her see It at
all. She said, "Stuff and nonsense"
and when Aunt Jane says both stuff
and nonsense I know there's nothing
doing. (Oh. dear, that's slang!" Aunt
Jane says she does wish I would
eliminate the slang from my vocabu vocabulary.
lary. vocabulary. Well, I wish she'd eliminate
some of the long words from hers.
Marie said that not Mary.)
Well, Aunt Jane said stuff and non nonsense,
sense, nonsense, and that I was, much too young
to run around with silly boys. You
see, Charlie, Smith had walked home
from school with me twice, but I had
to stop that And Fred Small was get getting
ting getting so he was over here a lot. Aunt
Jane stopped him. Paul Mayhew
yes, Paul Mayhew, Stella's brother!
came home with me. roo, and asked
me to go with him auto-riding. My.
how I did want to go! I wanted the
ride, of course, but especially I wanted
to go because he 'vas Mrs. Mayhew's
son. I Just wanted to show Mrs. May Mayhew!
hew! Mayhew! But Aunt .rliue wouldn't let me.
That's the time she talked specially
koout running around with silly boys.

Paul Is No Silly Boy. He's Old Enough
to Qst a License to Drive His Own
Car.
But she needn't have. Paul is no silly
boy. He's' old enough to get a license
t drive his own car.
Bat It wasn't just because he was
young that Aunt Jane refused. I
found out afterward. It was because
he was any kind of a man paying me
attention. I found that out through
Mr. Claude Livingstone. Mr. Living Livingstone
stone Livingstone brings our groceries. He's a real
young gentleman tall, black mus mustache,
tache, mustache, and lovely dark eyes. He goes
to our church, and he asked me to go
to the Sunday-school picnic with him.
I was so pleased. And I supposed, of
course. Aunt Jane would let me go
with him. He's no silly boy I Besides.
I knew him real well, and liked him.
I used to talk to him quite a lot when
he brought the groceries.
But did Aunt Jane 1st me go? She
did not. Why,'-ih seemed almost
more shocked than she had been over
Charlie Smith and Fred Small, and the
others.
"Mercy, child I" she exclaimed.
Where In the world do you pick up
these people?" And she brought out
that "these people" so disagreeably!
Why, you'd think Mr. Livingstone was
a foreign Japanese., or somethlpg.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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NO. NAME
OCCCPATIOX
3 SI. H. C. Williams, grarage .....
39. Frank's. Inc. merchant ...
393. B. F. Russell, merchant.
354. M. W. Tucker, merchant
355. Robert Martin, -merchant -v .
3!. Sam T. Wilson, merchant"-
3T. James Greer, merchant
398. 'Mrs. J. J. Beard, merchant ..
3!9. Crompton & Co.. merchants
400. J. M. Potter, merchant-'.,-..,..
401. Berry Washington, merchant
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Alex w ormach, -merchant ..
03. J. O. (Myers, merchant-;...'.
404. I- T. Hickson Drug Co.. merchant
405. Georee ilarKav nA in un.iar.

takers and embalmers ; . -Dec
406. George MacKay,, architect Dec
.407. George MacKay A Co.. mercfatns. .Dec
408. Ocala Telephone Co., telephones. ..Dec'
499. Morris Epstein, -merchant ...Dec
10. L. W. Duval, lawyer Dec
41 1- J- E. Turnlps-eed & Co.. merchants. .Dec
412. John Evans, merchant ......Dec
413. T. T. McPherson. merchant ...:.Dec
414. Dr. C. V. -Moremen. .dentist ..... Dec
V,. w- Quick, merchant Dec.
It- ;arHn Hardware Co.; merchants. .Dec
41.. Marion Hardware Cou dynamite -
. Jeaiers-- Dec
18- A. T. Scoggin. merchant-.-. Dc
419. Christian Mercantile Co.. mchts Dec

421 r Hooper. Jarber. one chair.. Dec 21.
t" w;1sChltt" Co merchants .Dec 21,
f;3. Dickson & Quattlebaum. mchts.... Dec 21.

- r t- xjooos. rooming house
4ia. C. Hart man. merchant .......
r- 1- Ferguson, physician.
Ferguson Drug Co.. merchants
il?- Grantham Bros., merchanst
429. D. -M. Gore, merchant ....
30. B. F. Meredith, merchants ...
ill- E- l-" "artmann, merchant1...
432. The Gift Shop, merchant
433. E. J. Ethridge. merchant ...
34. E. H. Wilson, merchant
435. Florida Blossoms, show
rlon"a Blossoms, snow
ih W- Rndall & Son, merchants.
438. J. R. Scott, merchant
439. E. S. Harrison, -merchant
440. Dttiuiellon Sales Co.. garage. ...
442. Rheinauer anil Co. morphia nt
- i-auarii, ill t I USUI I ........
444. H. A. "Waterman, merchant .....
445. D. Kiel Fprtrunn tivr
446. E. C. Jordan and Co. mrM.n4i'
Hi- lpdpendent Realty Co. real estate
44?. Dunnellon Hardware Co., mchts.
A"t??e?us Welding Co.. rachts.
4o0. W. B. Thorn, real estate
"1- S. Baskin. merchant
-
4a2. Ocala Auto T;a T-a iro iv,

3. H. J. Wall and Son. merchants. .." "jn'
alker Woodard. merchant .... jili
1?2 5r- H- w- Henry, doctor
5- C, Loveridge. merchant Jan"
4a. R -M. Giles, merchant j?
458. Mrs c t. MWo.vfn i ..Jan.

4o9. Globe Medicine Co.. hawker of
medicines
460. The Gas Co., gas" '. ".
4tl. K. B. Atktnsnn rmorohan
462. W. R. Bryant, 'merchant
463. Frank E. McClane, physician
5f P.ena Smith. Style Hat Shop, oncht
-iose uinton, merchant
466. Ed TaiIc msrohant
4. ............
67. T. W. Carter, .berner
468. S. Gloster. mprohant
469. Dr. E. G. Peek, physician . ;
4,0. Flemington Naval Stores Co., tur-'
pentine still, 20 barrel capacity
41. E. E. Strickland, mhysician
4 I 2. J D. Walllnir anA Q, -l.
S c Grne. merchant
474. Gatrell CVleroantila fr m hanta
475. U Green, barber .
476. Sid Ft WhalAV mmhan
Socially Shop, merchant
479 .Matilda F. Williams, restaurant. 1
? Sawaya, rooming house
481. Welch and Burton Co. rl oatst
482.
J. H. Smith. lodzine- honst
483.
T. Davis. imeivhnt
484.
'-J111 Jonn & Co- wholesale oils".
hite John and Co.. dynamite
dealers .
485.
115- Ocala Motor Co.. garage
co John T- Lewis, merchant
488, De ore and Yoneue. merchants.
489. Roberts United Shows. merry-o-
round
490. Roberts United ShowV.'shnw """
491. B. 'J Rarflald .moT-oh-amf
Ann c w" .........
492. Sampson Grove. araze
493. Ocala Tire and Vulcanising Co,
merchants
4n A -. .... .......
94. W. M. Davidson, restaurant
J- Blalcck, merchant
496. 'Mack Taylor, merchant
497. PCTCV T.tslro V, ,rll
iln ii IS1 and Su"PPl7 Co., mchts..
"X, ; -, "ce ana vo., mercnants
rV ?elherMercantile Co., merchants.
02. J. E. Frampton. merchant
503- Eagle Furniture Co.. merchants. ..
604. Ocala Iron Works, foundry
. loao LiUmhfr (In. nmW
dealers
506. E. C. Bennett, theater
507. C. T. Perry, merchant
508. -A. SlQ.tt, merchant
509. (Spoiled).
510. E. Hoag, Hoag Show, show
511. Henry iMcNeal. merchant ...
12. Mrs. E. E. Bargaiwier. boarding
house..
513. Mrs. H. B. Nettles, merchant
""14. Abshier and Hames, merchants..
ol5. O. M. Gale, merchant
516. T. JU Randall, srarasre
51 J. C. Turnipseed. merchant
518. B. Rivera. mrr-haTi
"19. Ray and Thomson, contrartrtri
Z0. Louis R. Chazal and Sons Co
merchants .
21. Farmers Supply Co.. merchants..
'22. Harvev Kimball. riin
523. Dr. H. C. Dozier, physician
24. W. K. Zewadski. lawyer
525. Gardner & McGary. phtographers
l26. Resale Oirrv mnhanf
527. Mattie Homkins. merchant
528.-
Metronolitan
(Savings Bank,
'bankers . .
529. B. E. Johnson and Co., merchants
530. Cocowitch and Ha wis. merchants

31. Annie Griffin, merchant Mch.
532. S. B. Ganis, merchant ...Mch.
533. Phil iMiles, merchant -.-..Mch

f34. 'Arthur Williams, merchant
535. W. E. Smith. 1awvM
36. E. B. Reed, merchant

o37. It. M. (Murray, real estate ........ .Mchl 20, 1
538. Dr.. J. Harry Walters, -physician.'--Mch. 22. 1
339. L. R. Hampton, dentist ..'Mchj-r22, 1
JA T II TT . . n

nunier, mercnani
341. Dr. F. C. Zoll. physician ........ i
42. Dr. E. G. Lindner. shvslclan

544. Sylvia Henderson, -merchant ......April 4,
545. L. London, merchant ....April 5,
546. Dr. II. F. Watt, -nhvslcian Aril

547. Herbert Kiner, merchant

a4. Guarantee unction Conrpanv. auc auctioneers
tioneers auctioneers April 11. 1922..
549. -A. A. iMatthews. Vrlrrf ttf tnm.n.

tine. 25 barrell mtvafftir

550. Alfred S. Nelson, dentist ...April 13,.
551. James tf. Bonner, merchant. .. ... -April 14,
552. Wm. La. Dixon, merchant ...April 14.

553. Brown and Moody, -merchants ..
554. Brown and Moody, turpentine still
twenty- five barrel! capacity. .-
555. 'Will Coleman, merchant
57. Harper Main roe and Co.. twenty twenty-barrell
barrell twenty-barrell turpentine still
558. Dr. W. K. Lane, specialist ....
559. S S. Savage- real Mlat
560. J. M. Ponder, (physician
561. B. F. Meredith, merchant
562. C. B. Ayer. dentist ...
563. Hattie Heath, merchant
564. -Mack Finley. merchant ....
a66. J. Ml MefTert. mnhiil
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567 K A. fMSfWTiA nH Cr tnMMi.i

.... HHW w.. h. UUVIUV
still April 24.
68. E. A. Osborne and Co.. merchants. .April 24,
569. F. R. Hocker. lawyer -April 2.
570. ""Villi Aloodv. merchant -'A-r.rH 7

571. Brvs-han Blrvrle Sn fn.nli.t
572. Mamie Howell, 'merchant
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OCALA EVENING STAB. MONDAY, MAY 8, 1821

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Er&jtenial; Girders

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S-,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
fcnd fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock. ,
Mrs. Julio Weihe, W. 1L
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary. -

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

OCALA

OCCUiillCES

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

baptist ladies conducted
a Very successful bazaar

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday' evenings of each nionlK at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. a 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. Pedrkk, C. C
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

SPANISH WAS VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. II, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the

third Friday of each month at armory,

at 7:30 o'clock p. m. ,. ?. ,,,, .., u -C.
V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.-

OCALA LODGE NO. 286V 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
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.

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

' Ocala Command-

ery Number 19,

Knights Templar

meets every sec-

' f ond Friday 'night
. in each month at
8 o'clock at the

A. L. Lucas, B. C.

Masonic Hall.

B. L. Adams, Recorder.'

ODDFELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. 0. 0 F

meets every Tuesday evening at eight

o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the

third story of the Gary block. A

warm welcome always extended to

visiting brothers.

E. E. Converse, N.' G. 1
Frank G. Churchill; Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD:
,v Fort King Camp No. 14 tweets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. WMteddeav CrXJ.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. -

Mr. Neil Harris of Orlando spent
Saturday and Sunday in Ocala with
his family.

Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion

Park. Guarantee Clothing & Sho
Co. Y. M. B. 0. D. 22-tf

THE PRESBYTERIAN MEETING

Mrs. E. B. Green who has been in
Jacksonville with her sister Mrs. G.
S. Movers, has returned home.

Mrs. B. B. Ricker, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Bittinger for the past
ten days, returned to her home in

Jacksonville today.

Mrs. R. S. Hall was hostess Friday
night at a most enjoyable theater
party, complimenting Mrs. Hampton
of Gainesville and Miss Beulah Hall
of Columbia, S. C, who is Mrs. Hall's
guest. After a pleasant hour spent at
the movies the guests returned to Mrs.
Hall's home where she served a de delicious
licious delicious supper and the remainder of
the evening was spent in conversation.

Circles A and B of the ladies of the
Ocala Baptist church held a sale of
cake, candy and fancy work on the
Ocala House porch Saturday morning
from 9:30 to 12 o'clock. Every article
offered was disposed of and about $75
in cash was realized as the result.
While practically all of the ladies of
the church helped in one way or an

other, those directly in charge of the
sale were, for Circle A, Mrs. G. B.
Overton, Mrs. Charles Knight, Mrs. C.

L. West, Mrs. H. G. Lawrence; for
Circle B, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs. J. G.
Parrish, Mrs. L. W. Duval and Mrs.
Hugh Floyd.
The various articles of fancy work,
all done by members of the circles,
were exceptionally fine specimens and

showed much skilful manipulation of'

needle and thread. The cakes and
candies looked toothsome and tasty
enough to tempt an epicure and were
full proof that Ocala housewives have
not yet lost the gentle art of fine
cookery. The proceeds of the sale
will be used for certain improvements
in the chruch building and for the
parsonage fund.

Outdoor Advertising, Commercial
Signs. Prices Always Right.
308 N. Magnolia Street

The better you care foi

your eyes the bettei

Tyour eyes will care foi

DR. K. J. WEIHE,

Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

7 ? ? 7 7 ? ?

All auction lovers will look forward
with pleasure to the auction party
which will be given by the ladies of
the Episcopal church and will take
place the latter part of this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax have offer offered
ed offered their beautiful home on Fort King
for this affair which promises to be
one of the largest and most enjoyable
of the season. Mrs. R. L. Anderson
Jr. and Mrs. Wade Dumas have this
in charge and under the management
of such delightful entertainers the
success of this affair is certain. Fur Further
ther Further announcement as to time and
date will appear later.

Yesterday will down in history as
being the greatest day the Presbyte Presbyterians
rians Presbyterians of this city ever had. In fact, it
is very doubtful if -we will ever again
have the opportunity and pleasure of
hearing such a powerful preacher.
Did the writer have the eloquence of
Wm. Jennings Bryan he could not do
justice to the three sermons as given
by Rev. J. Clarence Leckemby.
The evening service on the lawn,
ui:der the blue dome of heaven, with
the magnificent audience, made a pic picture
ture picture that will long be remembered.
Every word uttered was listened to
with the closest attention, and tears
vere at times in evidence.
Mr. Leckemby has endeared himself
to all hearts and with some of us he
will never be forgotten. Rich indeed

is the church in any city, large or

mall, which is fortunate enough to

secure his service and we bid him

jrood-bye in his own words: "Good "Goodbye,
bye, "Goodbye, Mr. Leckemby and God bless you.
May you have all the blessings that

this world can give."

In turning in my last copy I want
to express my deep, heartfelt appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the kindness and courtesy
ohown me by the Star force, from the
printing department to the editorial
desk, and assure them they have my
sympathy as never before. All those
who think it a cinch to get out a daily
paper worth reading, such as the
Ocala Star is, try filling its columns
and see for yourself. Well, boys, and
iadies, too, true friends are better
than gold, and as you all work too
hard to ever have much gold, I hope
that you will have riches untold here hereafter.
after. hereafter. E. J. Collier,
Chmn. Board of Deacons.

The lantern slides that will be
shown at the primary school on next
Tuesday evening at 7:30 are especially
interesting. These slides show the
development of plants and plant life
from the most primitive to the most
cultured conditions. The changes in
modes of manufacture, in travel and in
lighting and heating are depicted.
The public is invited.

JUDGE THE QUESTION
YOURSELF
" 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
your requirements.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA

i Mrs. B. F. Hampton of Gainesville,
sgho has been the guest of Mrs. Wade
Dumas for a few days, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday She accompanied Dr. and Mrs,
Bodiford, who spent yesterday in
Ocala with their daughter, Mrs. W. D.
Sheppard, on their return to Gainesville.

Mrs. W. R. Bryant left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Tampa, call there on account
of the critical illness of her mother,
Mrs. Lantz. The lunch room at the
high school, of which Mrs. Bryant is
manager, will not close during her ab absence,
sence, absence, but will continue to serve the
lunches.

Framed Mottoes for mother at the
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t

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Condensed Statement of the

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: Ocala, Florida ...
At the Close of Business May 5th, 1922, as Called
for by the Comptroller of the Currency.

X

Resources

Loans and Discounts:
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.
Stocks and Bonds, I.. --
Overdrafts ............. i
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate.
Five per cent redemption.... .
Cash and with Banks:...
TOTAL... .. ....

,..$ 838,790.45
50,000.00
... 212,884.00
.. 445.64
37,888.80
13,146.56
2,500.00
171,633.83
-$1,327,289.28

Capital Stock, . . u
Surplus and Undivided Profits..
Circulation
Bills Payable .
Rediscounts . i . -. ;

DEPOSITS..;

Liabilities

50,000.00
63,917.54
50,000.00
30,000.00
53,150.00
1,080,221.74

TOTAL

1,327,289.28

MEETING OF THE PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS'
TEACHERS' PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION

A meeting of the Parent-Teachers'
Association of Marion county has been
called for next Thursday at 3:15 at
zhi primary school. The following is
the program:
Songs, primary pupils.
Piano solo, Miss Margaret Gerig.
Business and organization of county
conference.
Reports of county associations.
Address, "The Parent's Place in the
Parent-Teachers Association," Mrs.
W. T. Gary.
Address, "The Teacher's Place in

the Parent-Teacher Association," Mrs.

H. S. Wesson.
Social hour.

I am now in position to repair type typewriters,
writers, typewriters, adding machines and phono phonograph;.
graph;. phonograph;. Leave your orders with us,
and party will call for machine. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t
The ladies of the Methodist church
had a fine supper at their basement
dining room Saturday night and it
went in a hurry. People were waiting

when the doors opened, and they clear

ed the cloths and picked the platters
clean before seven o'clock.

S. C. Peacock of Tampa, president
of the Florida Epworth League, spent
yesterday in town, leaving this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Last night Mr. Peacock gave
an interesting address to leaguers at
the Methodist church.

Mrs. G. A. Carmichael returned
home Saturday from Union Springs,
Ala., where she was called about a
month ago on account of the serious
illness of her sister. Mrs. Carmichael
left her sister rapidly recovering.

Edwin Gre'en of the University of

Florida spent the week-end in Ocala
with his mother, Mrs. E. B. Green. He
had as his guests Messrs. Bangs of

Pennsylvania and Hawkenstead of

South Dakota, both of whom are uni university
versity university students.

Mrs. Lallie Munroe and daughter,
Miss Frances Bangs, left yesterday
for their home in Asheville, after a
winter spent in Ocala. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Munroe's mother
Mrs. John M. Martin, who will spend
the summer in Asheville.

Shorty Davidson is advertising his
excellent restaurant at the union sta station
tion station by handing out neat and strong
paper clips. They can hold a book
apiece and are handsome as well as
useful.

Mr. T. T. Munroe and Mrs. Walkley
and children returned last week from
their trip to Avon Park. Mr. Munroe
took some friends to the gulf, but re returned
turned returned Saturday night.

Mr. Stephen Jewett, who has been
in Ocala with his family for several
days, returned to Savannah yesterday.

Mrs. W. I. Evans of Miami arrived
in Ocala yesterday for a visit with her
mother, Mrs. S. A. Standley.

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp went to
Fernandina yesterday for a short
stay.
"Mechanic" Vs. "Engineer."
Defending the word "engineer" If
part of the work of the American As As-socJation
socJation As-socJation of Engineers, according to
C. E. Drayer. secretary. A corporation
used "engineer" when it meant "me "mechanic."
chanic." "mechanic." The engineers' organization

brought about a change In the title, in
connection with protecting the com competent
petent competent engineer "from unjust compete
tion of dahblers and quacks," the as association
sociation association aided in the passing of li licensing
censing licensing laws in eight states during th
past yep.r.
Prices too low if you're selling; too.
high if you're buying. A permanent
condition. Twas never otherwise.

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Parties Weddings Weddings-Formal
Formal Weddings-Formal Affairs One's
Foot Must Parade its Best
Glide intQ a gathering of well-dressed women in the Red
Cross Shoe and expressions of delight from many eyes will
mark your coming.
Charming slenderness, chic daintiness, trim fitting there
are many things about the Red Cross Shoe that indicate
smart birth and breeding.
Its gracious comfort, however, is not apparent. That joyful
experience that feeling of utter forgetfulness of one's feet
comes only with hourly, daily, acquaintance.
The Red Cross Shoe is made to fit the foot in action made
to fit congenially with any plans you 'may have afoot.

Come in and select from our newest models models-them
them models-them moderately priced,

You will find

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25c; tbree times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts parable la
advance except to those who bare reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED A cook and a dish washer
at the Rialto Cafe. 8-tf

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!- L2,' m- XT .1-

MELON GROWERS! Just received

two thousand rolls Rosin Sized
Paper for lining watermelon cars.
Write or wire for prices. Baker &
Holmes Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 8-6t

WANTED Man to shear 300 head of

sheep on Anthony Farm. Apply to
E. C. Beuchler at the Creamery,
Ocala. 8-3t

NOTICE We have moved from 121
West Broadway to No. 5 East Fort

King and arenow 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

LOST On train between passenger
station and freight depot, or be between
tween between freight depot and Ocala
House, a roll of bills tens and ones.
Finder please return to clerk at the

Ocala House. Liberal reward. 6-2t

FOR SALE Truck body. Apply to
R. R. Carroll, city. 6-3t

WANTED To haul tomatoes. What
have you to offer? Phone 39M..3t

FOR SALE Brand new worm drive
Ford truck with house body com complete
plete complete or chassis alone. A bargain.
Phone 39M. 6-3t

FOR SALE Maxwell touring car,
1919 model, in excellent running
condition. Price, $350. Apply to
A. H. Billings, Anthony hard road,
r Box 129, Route A. 6-6t

FOR SALE Fiva fresh milk cows and
two nice Jersey heifers. See C A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf

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

FOR SALE Three-year-old heifer
with calf. Apply to J. M. Potter,
Ocala, general delivery. 5-5-6t

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-t

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-

f sary attached. Don't write. Come

ready to work ATLANTIC BITU BITU-LITHIC
LITHIC BITU-LITHIC CO, Daytona, Fla. 3-Ct

FOR RENT Apartment at 1129 Fort
King avenue. Apply to Mrs. New New-som,
som, New-som, phone 207. 2-tf

It's fine when they sing it. But it
sure does jazz people up when they
howl it. - .

Reserved for Yon
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
yon with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
at r .t
DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector

A sum of $50,000,000 has been raised
by Australia for 'the use of her un unemployed
employed unemployed former soldiers. Another
great sum has been raised to buy
land for farms to be cultivated by
them.
vL L
Frederick P. Peters, Fort Worth,
Tex., was unconscious when he was
handed over to the American Legion
post in that. city. Diagnosis revealed
that what be needed most was ham
and eggs.
Marshal Foch was made an honorary
member of the Cambridge (Mass.)
Post of the Grand Army of the Be Be-nuhllc.
nuhllc. Be-nuhllc. A deleeration of fMvtl war

veterans pinned a bronze medal on I
his chest. i

RAILROAD SCHE

Arrival and departure of passenger
iraina at PCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-shed
shed pub-shed i:s information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. r
(Eastern Standard Time)
EABOAHD AIr LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
::20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 nai
i :65 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pza
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pa
Tampa-
:15am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 al
:55 am N" York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 aa
i:15 am Tampa 2:15 aa
..50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm
i :05 pm Tamoa-St Petrsbrr 4:05 po
ATL ANTIC COAST LINE IL JL
Leaves Station Arrive
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksdhville 12:25 pm
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg 9:16 pm
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville 7:00 am
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa 6:20 pm
7:10am JOcala-Wilcox 1 1 :59 am
7 :25 am fOcala-Lakeland 1 1 :50 am
t Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Women Leave Cambridge. V
As a result of the action of the tefr
ate of Cambridge university denylaf
woman students equal privileges an!
rights with men, some women are leav leaving
ing leaving for Oxford, where the status of the
sexes Is equal. According to the de decision
cision decision of the senate, the students o4

Glrton and Newnham colleges may not
become Members of the university, al although
though although they are entitled to titular de-j
grees conferred by diploma. A com-!
promise measure, under which wornee
were to be admitted to a limited menu
bershlp. Including eligibility to pre-J
fessorshlp with restrictions and
measure of self-government, was de
feated by the vote of the university
senate.

'ir'-Sr'Sr' J3r5, rCvX- 'S?- J"X lug- ST: .V: ST: .. ST: J'T". KZ'- JJ- T:- KZ.'- O1. KSk

1 ATTENTION!
I GARAGE MEN

We are ia position to supply you with the follow following
ing following items at a liberal discount:
Break Linings all sizes
No-Leak-O-Oil Sealing Piston Rings, all
; sizes
Perfection Springs for practically all
cars -
Victor-Cylinder Head Gaskets tor 'most
any car
Valco Cord Fan Belts for all cars

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