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WEATHER FORECAST G eneraUy fair tonight and Saturday.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 63; this afternoon, 9 1.
San Rises Tomorrow, 5:44; Sets, 7:13.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922
VOLU5IE TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. US
LEANS GAVE THE
FATS A LICKING
EAST COAST BANK FAILED TO MAKE
THEHE WERE DULY
WAS HELD UP
THE FINAL FLIGHT
THE BOIIUS BILL
TWO BLOWS STRUCK
Cobb, Acting as the Umpire, Double Double-Crossed
Crossed Double-Crossed Ilis Corpulent
(L. T. 1.)
In a.clo3e and exciting game yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon the long, lithe, lean
and lanky boys defeated the short,
stout, stubby lads to the tune of 12
to 11. Arthur Cobb, the umpire, is
by architecture a fat guy and he
promised faithfully that he would see
to it personally that the fats won the
ganfe but he went back on his 'word
and allowed the leans to put over the
winning score in the last half of the
seventh. Because of a very strong
wind (caused by the excessive blow blowing
ing blowing of the fat boys) the game was
called at the end of the seventh.
Umpire Cobb was slightly erratic
at times in his decisions but he was
firm and immovable. When he called
a strike a ball he insisted that he was
correct and enforced his decision with
a prehistoric cannon that he carried
loaded and primed in his hands. He
was forced to fire his trusty weapon
on two occasions during the game in
order that he might enforce his au authority.
thority. authority. It is useless to try and give this
game by innings as there were so
many plays of unique interest to the
baseball world. Possibly it would be
best to take up each player and com comment
ment comment upon the technique displayed
Speaking of tecnique, whatever man;
of this collection of beef or bones
walked home with my tan glove had
better return it to me before I get
mad. The glove has my initials, L. T.
I. in ink (very dim with age) on the
webbing between the thumb and fore forefinger.
finger. forefinger. This same webbing is marked
with an eyelet from a Hotchkiss No.
1 stapler. The little finger of the
glove is slightly chewed by the tender
teeth of Dr. Nicholas' pet Airedale.
Stroud, the Belleview wonder per performed
formed performed in the box for the leans and
only gave up 43 hits. His control
was wonderful at times. Not once
during the game did he throw the
ball over the grandstand. His back backstop,
stop, backstop, James Gilmore from the Ocala
National Bank, had a peg to second
that made the patients at the hospital
wonder who was throwing rocks on
the roof. Hackley performed in a
wonderful manner on the initial sack.
Hackley has the makings of a good
field hand. He mows 'em down. Only
17 passed balls were charged up
against him during tBe entire seven
innings. Umback played second for
the slims. He is a tomato buyer stay
ing in town for a few "weeks. His best
qualification is the extreme ease with
which he beefs at the umpire. Foy
Carroll played short and aside from
booting ten and letting five get by
him he handled the fifteen balls that
came his way in big league style
Knott played third base. He and
Stroud both belong to the Belleview
Summerfield League and were --iiot
really eligible to play in this strictly
amateur ball. Judge Futch played a
wonderful left field. On one occasion
he slipped up 'behind a runner on
third base and would have caught
him asleep but about that time the
batter hit a three-bagger to where
Futch should have been if he was pre
tending to play left field. Futch may
be .entitled to be called "Judge," but
he surely misjudged that batter. Con-
over did his starring at the bat and
not in center field. Out of eight times
at bat he struck out nine. Israelson
played a right field that would have
put a big leaguer to shame. Hax
never struck out a time. (He was
bragging about it in the Court Pharm
acy after the game). Eddington sub
stitued behind the bat but this com
pany was entirely too fast for him
Earl Hall took right field just in time
to chase two long ones. Earl lost fif fifteen
teen fifteen ounces during the struggle.
Sim Lummus took the mound for
the opening of the game and was as
uncultivated as the much chanted
"Prairie Flower." If they didn't hit
the aground in front of the plate they
went over the catcher's head, but Sim
had the hooks and only 'gave up 23
hits in two innings. That boy will
have to stay home for a few days un until
til until the scouts stop trying to sign him
up for higher company. We would
not mind going with them but he b
a home loving baby and hates to leave
Ocala. Nobby started behind the bat.
That boy was a real ball player. He
had a uniform. Everybody could tell
that he 'used to be on a team some-
Five Thousand Dollars Carried Off By
a Trio of Bandits at North
Miami, May 12. (By Associated
Press). The Bank of Stuart, at North
Palm Beach was field up at noon to today
day today and robbed of $5000. Three ban ban-!;ts,
!;ts, ban-!;ts, otic disguised as a woman, drove
up in a car, forced the cashier, assist assistant
ant assistant cashier and one eustomer into the
vault at the point of their pistols,
grabbed the cash on the counter and
where or else found the rags in the
ash can. Brown took his place be behind
hind behind the bat wherfhe had used up all
the energy he had in reserve. Charlie
Sage was a humdinger on first. The
way he pulled the balls down from
the clouds was good for sore eyes.
He never felt the need of keeping his
foot on the sack. He would meet the
runners half way from home and
touch them with the ball. Doc Peek
substituted for Charlie in the last in inning
ning inning and it is my duty to warn all
lovers of a quiet little game not to
play with Doc unless he rolls his
sleeves over the elbow. Doc keeps
them hid away against the time of
need. After missing a throw to first
he calmly reached somewhere in his
clothes and pulled another ball and
touched the runner out. What a
poker shark Doc must be. Christie
was the real fielding star of the aft
ernoon. He did three handsprings,
two complete merry-go-rounds and a
falling leaf under one pop fly then
got set, held up his hands for the ball
and missed it. Truly the lad is good.
Shorty Davidson cavorted about on
short as briskly as a mule colt and as
gracefully as a gazelle. Shorty also
tried his hand at pitching an inning
or two and had the opponents at his
mercy. His twcA bagger to center was
one of the miracles of the game. If
was good for a home run but you
know Shorty didn't spend much time
in growing legs when he was a boy.
Doc Howard Walters looked real
sweet in Hansel Leavengood's last
year's ball suit. Loc played a won
derful game so long as the ball did not
interfere with his classic pose on
third. Doc landed on two or three
for extra bases and was heard to say
he would show little "Doc Jr." how to
play ball pretty soon. Hubert Bitting
substituted on third when Doc went
into the box to relieve Davidson. Hu
bert said he was sent there to play
third and he positively did not take
his feet off the third sack the whole
time he was out in the field. He
would make a good marine when it
comes to guard duty. Joe Blalock did
an actual hour's work. When that
ivas over he punched the clock and sat
down. Joe belongs to the union, and
won't work over time. Dobbs sub
stituted for Joe in left field but no
batter thought it worth while to try
to send one past Dobbs. He ain't built
that way. Burgess played center field
and expects to relieve Jimmie Liddell
as soon as the; boys return from
High Springs. Burgess hasn't stop stopped
ped stopped one yet. Halsell played right
field and to this fat boy belongs the
gold star of the afternoon. He is as
fast on his legs as a Texas steer and
spent most of his time retrieving the
balls that got by his pals. When
headed for center field fence his lgs
looked like the drivers of a monkey'
motion Baldwin locomotive.
A large crowd attended the game
and even -at the low charge of 25c. a
head the gate receipts were $53, which
goes to the help of the regular team
Sliced Kinghan's and Morris Ham.
Phone 74, Eagle Grocery and Meat
White and stripe flannel thousers"
Blue sport coat to be worn with them.
Get your sizes now. H. A. Water
man, The Haberdasher. 12-2t
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Gothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Satisfied Customers, our best asset.
For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14. Bitting's Drug Store. 25-tf
"KEDS" White Walking Shoes for
comfort. FISHEL'S- 2t
Just received, the Black Brogue Ox Oxfords.
fords. Oxfords. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher,
dasher, Haberdasher, Merchants' Block. 12-2t
But Portugal's Intrepid Trans-Atlantic
Aviators are Safe Aboard a
Pernambuco, May 12. Asociated
Press). The Portuguese trans-Atlantic
aviators are safe aboard the Brit British
ish British steamship, Pari3 City, says a wire wireless
less wireless from a Portuguese cruiser. The
flyers had not been herad from since
they left Fernandino Noronha yester yesterday
day yesterday morning. They wer picked up by
the Paris City yesterday afternoon.
CRITTENDEN W ATKINS
HAS BEEN CAPTURED
One of the Con Men Who Operated
Here With Sharum Over
a Year Ago
The authorities, both state and fed federal,
eral, federal, are doing everything in their
power to clear the state of "con" men,
who have been working in Florida for
several winters past. By evidence ob obtained
tained obtained in Ocala a number of these men
have been caught. The evidence ob obtained
tained obtained in the Pontzer case, directly
and indirectly has led to the locating
of several. The latest to be appre apprehended
hended apprehended was Crittenden C Watkinsf
alias John Davidson, who was arrest arrested
ed arrested April 30, at Wichita, Kan-, and will
be tried in that city May 15, on the
charge of swindling Otto K. Hanben Hanben-reiser
reiser Hanben-reiser ou,t of $10,000 at Daytona Beach
Jan. 7, 1922. Watkins was a frequent
visitor to Ocala in the season of 1920 1920-1921
1921 1920-1921 and an associate of Jeff Sharum
and John Bull, con men under indict indictment
ment indictment here.
Thorugh evidence obtained in Ocala,
Watkins was trailed to his home in
Wichita by inspectors. He admits he
was in Ocala in 1920-21 and he also
admits being in Florida in 1921-22,
but denies that he was in Daytona
Beach at this time.
The regular monthly meeting of the
King's Daughters was held yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
had invited the organization to meet
with her at her home on North Lake
Weir. Ten of th members left Ocala
yesterday afternoon about two o'clock.
Regular routine business was trans transacted
acted transacted after which the remainder of
the afternoon was enjoyed in conver
sation. Mrs. Rheinauer served a de
licious supper about six o'clock. Mr.
and Mrs. Rheinauer are cordial host
and hostess and the afternoon spent
at their home proved to be one that
will be long remembered by those
Sweet milk at the Eagle Grocery
and Meat Market. Phone 74. 12-tf
Bradley bathing suits for men,
women and children. Every garment
guaranteed. H. A. Waterman, The
Habadasher, Merchants' Block. 12-2t
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Gothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Strawberries at the Eagle Grocery
and Meat Market. Phone 74. 12-tf
Visit the Teapot Self SeVve Grocery.
Its a beauty you will ike it. tf
Roasting ears, corn, okra, peas,
beans, tomatoes, celery, lettuce and
all kinds of fruits and vegetables at
the Eagle Grocery and Meat Market.
Phone 74. It
VOLLAND'S Mother's Day Cards
at THE GIFT SHOP. 9-3t
Mother's Day May 14th. Framed
mottoes and cards at THE GIFT
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
caa -r-vi m
house with city water and electric
lights, nice lot, good neighborhood.
Investigate. James Hall. Realtor.
Phone 218. 12-lt
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
Framed Mottoes for mother at the
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t
Swith's Premier Ham 36 ceifts Per
pouna aaturaay at tne ragie urocery
and Meat Market. It
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
Carpentier Hit Lewis, and Lewis Hit
the Floor Dentpsey and Carpen Carpentier
tier Carpentier Will Fight Again
London, May 12. (By Associated
Press. Georges Carpentier last night
knocked out Ted "Kid" Lewis in the
first round of what was to have been
a twenty-round bout for the light light-heavyweight
heavyweight light-heavyweight championship of the
world held by Carpentier. The end
came when Carpentier in breaking
from a clinch, drove a sharp right to
the point of Lewis' jaw. The Eng Englishman
lishman Englishman toppled over backward and
lay motionless on- the floor until the
referee counted ten. Then Carpentier
picked up his fallen foe and aided in
carrying him to his corner.
FRENCHMAN FOUGHT FAIR
London, May 12. (By Associated
Press). The blow with which Car Carpentier
pentier Carpentier knocked out Lewis in the first
round here last night was legitimate
in the judgment of experts who cover covered
ed covered the fight. Cries of "Foul" came
from all parts of the auditorium when
the blow was struck. Joe Palmer, the
referee, is quoted as saying "the blow
was perfectly fair. The men had
broken from a clinch and it was
Lewis' business to protect himself.
This he failed to do."
GOING TO MEET AGAET
An agreement for Carpentier and
Dempsey to meet either in Paris or
London before next may has been
reached by Kearns and DesChambs.
OF THE GRAND JURY
To the Honorable Judge Bullock of
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Fla.
We, the Grand Jurors, sworn and
empaneled at this, the spring term A.
D 1922, in and for Marion county,
having completed our labors, beg to
submit this, our final 'presentment.
We have carefully and diligently in investigated
vestigated investigated and inquired into all mat matters
ters matters brought to our attention. We
have considered a large number of
cases and have found true bills only
in those cases where wo were satis satis-field
field satis-field the evidence would justfy the
Believing that in the cases of viola violation
tion violation of the liquor laws, to which your
honor has called our attention, prop
er disposal should be made of all
liquors taken by the officers of the
law, we recommend that all liquors
taken be properly listed as to kind
and quantity in an inventory to be
prepared by the sheriff and verified
by the judge of the circuit or county
court, and that after provision has
been made for the necessary exhibite
of evidence in the courts the liquors
be disposed of and destroyed in the
presence of the sheriff (clerk of court
and judge of the county court, as pro provided
vided provided by law. We further recommend
that the county commissioners take
such steps as might be necessary to
have enacted into law a provision
whereby seized liquors of a good and
known quality might be turned over
to the hospitals of the county in such
quantity and manner as in the judg judgment
ment judgment of the judge of the circuit court
We have investigated the matter
of the sale of the county road bonds
and the deposit of the proceeds, call called
ed called to our attention by your honor, and
find that the bonds sold for a fair
price, but that the money was deposit deposited
ed deposited in the banks without interest pur pursuant
suant pursuant to an agreement or understand understanding
ing understanding of the county commissioners, bond
trustees and purchasers of said bonds,
which was not a matter of record.
This was due to the fact that the
banks would not handle the bonds
without the privilege. This was ir irregular,
regular, irregular, but the purchasers requested
it be handled in this manner so as
not to affect the legality of the bonds.
We are satisfied that the officials act
ed in good faith and in a manner that
they considered the best interest of
the county. However, subsequent
J ents have shown that this action
ot wise- We think that the
1 P"1 are titled to full Information
I about 411 public business and that the
minutes of the board ot commissioners
should disclose all transactions taken
by that body.
.We desire to commend our public
spirited citizens, John H. Taylor, Dr.
J. G. Baskins, and I. K. Edwards, who
'are acting as county bond trustees
- without compensation.
The County Jail
We have examined the jail and
find th it is greatly in need of re-
Has Brought In a Substitute That
Will Sooner Give The
Washington, May 12. (Associated
Press). A substitute for the bonus
bill under which veterans would re receive
ceive receive fifty per cent cash payments,
was introduced today by Senator Bur-
sum, republican, of New Mexico. The
balance due tHe veterans would be
covered by certificates of indebtedness
payable Sept. 30, 1927, drawing 3
interest from next Oct. 1st.
A federal inquiry into the reported
plants for a merger of the largest in-
deepndent steel companies, including
the Bethlehem and Lackawanna com
panies, was ordered today by the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, in adopting the resolution of Sen
ator LaFollette, republican, of Wis
consin, calling up the department of
justice and federal trade commission
to take steps designed to prevent the
The record' for April shows the
greatest gain in employment through
out the country of any month since the
first of the year,. Secretary Hunt,
president of the conference on unem
ployment, declared today.
THEY NEED REST
President Harding, Mrs. Harding
and a party of friends left today for
a week-end visit to the Seaview Golf
Gub near Atlantic City, as guests of
Senator Edge of New Jersey.
GLENN PLUMB ABOUT
TO GIVE UP THE GHOST
Washington, May 12. 12.-Piress).
Piress). 12.-Piress). Relatives and
Glenn E. Plumb, author of the Plumb
plan for government ownership and
employee operation of the railroads,
are momentarily expecting his death
today. His condition was worse this
morning. He has a heart affection.
pairs. We find that the last Grand
Jury recommended that the Board of
County Commissioners whitewash and
repaint the entire" building, that the
window panes be replaced and that
the building be properly heated at all
times, and that they further recom recommended
mended recommended that the prisoners be required
to keep their persons and quarters
in a thoroughly sanitary condition.
We find that these recommendations
have not been carried out asto the
repairs, and the sanitary condition of
the p risoners, and urge that economy
demands htat the recommendations
of the grand jury be carried out, and
That the repairs be made before re-j
placements under heavier expense be become
come become necessary.
The County Court House
We have examined the court house
and find it in a deplorable condition,
inside and out. The roof is leaky.
plastering is falling off the walls and
floors are unclean, the toilets are un
sanitary, and windows have not been
cleaned, and the metal work of the ex
terior needs painting in order to pre preserve
serve preserve it. It is also important that the
building present a sightly appearance.
We find that recommendations of the
last grand jury In regard to the court
house have not yet been carried out.
and urge the importance of making all
necessary repairs at the earliest prac
We find our county road system in
a very deplorable condition and we
recommend to the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners that the present system of
road construction and maintenance be
changed, and that the county road
system be placed under the direction
of a general superintendent of high highways,
ways, highways, to be known as the county su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of highways, and we fur further
ther further recommend that the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners employ as a superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of highways a man of practical
road building experience, and we rec recommend
ommend recommend and strongly urge that, this
be done at the earliest practicable
In conclusion we desire te thank
your honor for your able charge and
assistance and to thank the state"s
attorney, county clerk, sheriff and
deputies for their assistance to ua in
the discharge of our duties, and we
now ask to be discharged.
John R. Martin, Foreman.
Louis H. Chazal, Clerk.
Men's TROUSERS and SHIRTS.
New low prices. FISHEL'S. 2t
State of New York Sends a Big Force
To Hold Down Negro
Haverstraw, N. May 12. (By
the Associated Press). Twenty state
troopers were ordered here today to
guard the town against outbreaks of
1000 negroes who are on strike in
thirty-five brick plants here. More
troopers are expected from Albany
and Troy this afternoon. The troops
are patrolling the streets and keeping
the negroes moving. A dead line has
been fixed around the business sec
tion, except for' persons having busi
GIRL SCOUTS, NOTICE
On account of the absence of Miss
Rhoda Rhody, there will be no meet meeting
ing meeting of the Sunshine troupe of the Girl
Scouts of Ocala tonight.
The following' appointments have
been made for democratic campafin
Moss Bluff, Thursday, May 18.
Sparr, Friday, May 19.
Eureka, Saturday, May 27. -'Fellowship,
Friday, June 10.
Communities desiring campaign ap appointments
pointments appointments should immediately notify
the undersigned, so as to avoid con
fusion in dates.
Democratic Campaign Committee,
Get your Mother's Day flowers at
the Harrington Hall Retreat. 2t
Mother's Day is Sunday, May 14.
Get your flowers at the Harrington
Hall Retreat. 12-2t
Our special for Saturday only is
seventeen pounds of sugar for $1-00
with one dollar's worth of other
groceries. Orders amounting to $5.00
or over delivered .free anywhere in the
city. U-SERVE STORES It
"Green" wrist watches. Weihe
Company, the Ocala Jewelers. 12-2t"
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 108. 13
Fresh water fish at the Ocala Cash
Market. Phone 110. 10-tf
Complete line of Canvas and White
Buck Oxford. H. A. Waterman, The
Habadasher, Merchants Block. 12-2t
Mother's Day card3 at THE GIFT
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery
Its a beauty you will like it. tf
School day memoirs at THE BOOK
Propel and Expel pencils, also "Ev-
ersharp," "Pal" and "Red! point" pen pencils.
cils. pencils. Weihe Company, the Ocala
We are now churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone94. Marion Crunty Creamery. St
New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.
Gifts for Graduate at THE BOOK
See THE BOOK SHOP window dis display
play display of "THE WRITE GIFT." 9-3t
If you want a quart or pint of
Marocala ice cream, phone 14. Bit Bit-tine's
tine's Bit-tine's Drue Store. 25-tf
New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.
Sheaffer and Waterman Fountain
Pens. Weihe Company, the Ocala
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
New Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
I am now in position to repair type typewriters,
writers, typewriters, adding machines and phono phonographs!
graphs! phonographs! Leave your orders with us,
and party will call for machine. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t
Country cured lams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone ICS. If
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922
f m jn C?rfc-g cn03en from the best citizens of the
UC313 tVCIllIlO Olalf state, their ability weighed and their
- i intppritv guaranteed bv their posi-
riiiake4 Every Day Except iumimy by tions in the home community and the
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY, j commonwealth. Their ability to stand
; up under nre is essential, ior mere
. must occur times in a session when
H. J. Bituer, PrnMrat avil influences will be in the ascend-
. H. D. UareMM4 Vtee-Preafdeat ant and the fighting qualities of mem mem-p.
p. mem-p. V. Lves4, eeretr-Trer bers standing for right and truth are
J H. Bimit B4itr j tested. A legislator who overlooks
Entered at Ocala. Fla, poatotnee a J opportunities or neglects important
second -class matter. j . ,. ..
- j matters in which his section or the
tslephosej gtate may suffer, deserves to be for for-BmIwm
BmIwm for-BmIwm Oflee .Flve-Oae I ottm when his term exnires. The
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GOVERNMENT AND TAXATION OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star May 12, 1902)
R. R. Carroll is interviewing the
Editor Star: All my boyhood days
were spent on a farm in Florida.
Often on a hot, bright day in early merchants of Dunnellon today.
summer, l nave watcnea a large orooa j Dr. Crawford will take a week's
of young turkeys deployed in an open outing by visiting his old friend
new Dusuy at worK garnering every j George Pasteur, near Anthony.
grassnopper ana Dug from a widej The Ocala foundry is rushed with
swath, thus, to swell their little bodies orders to suddIv the DhosDhate. tur
pentine and sawmill men.
Walter Robinson of the firm of H.
! C. Dutton & Co., Gainesville, bankers
MONEY FOR LEGISLATORS
Mentioning the fact that the Ocala
Star advocates the paying of legisla legisla-tory
tory legisla-tory a salary of $1000 for the term
with the idea that better qualified men
would be attracted to the position the
Bonifay Advertiser, says: "We believe
just the reverse would be true, that
the higher the salary the more misfits
would be in the race and the scramble
would be so lively that a real compe competent
tent competent man would not have a look-in.
Better let well enough alone."
The Times-Union 'is of the opinion
LUttb a lew uuuureu uuuaia iuucu w
the money handed to legislators would
not affect the result one way or an another.
other. another. The amount now appropriated
for this purpose is fairly well under understood
stood understood to be less than the actual ex expenses
penses expenses of senators and representa representatives
tives representatives while at the capital during the
regular and special sessions, and it
would be well to increase the amount
with due regard to economy and fair
ness. With payment sufficient to
cover the outlay required by the pres
ence of members in Tallahassee the
intention of the act would be served.
The "pay" of members of the Jegis-
lature is not presumed to be adequate
compensation for the work 1 under
taken it is never supposed that the
time and talents of representative
men and maybe women could be
. bought for a few hundred dollars. To
engage a fairly prominent business or
professional man for services such as
are desired and expected in the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, by a private corporation or
firm, would mean the paying of thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars instead of hundreds.
; It is hardly to be imagined that the
hait of $1000 for two months' stay in
Tallahassee would cause many people
to come forward and try for the legis-
. lature. Those with no claims for such
consideration would be sure to incur
some campaign expenses, and be most
uncertain of the result. True that
.sometimes the remark is made that a
candidate for some office with regualr
duties and a regular salary "needs the
money" but he also undertakes to
show that he is qualified to hold the
position, and it would not be much of
r,an argument in the case of a person
offering as a lawmaker.
Members of the legislature are vest vested
ed vested with unusual power and should be
active, conscientious, and wide-awake
member who, in addition to working
for the good things needed or propos
ed, fights to the last ditch against
graft and special favors or vicious
and weak bills that can only bring
about contempt for law and breed
law-breakers, should be remembered
and if offering for some other posi position
tion position of importance or. trust the legis
lative record should be considered.
Florida does not hire men to make
her laws; the "pay" is a matter of
expenses and with the. majority at
present figures does not cover the cost
of a stay away from home, much less
reimburse them for loss of time in
business. To consider the allowance
as compensation would be to, imply
that the state secured a lot of cheap
workers for its most important busi business.
ness. business. -Times-Union.
This is all very well in theory, but
it doesn't work in practice. We can
well remember the time when the per
diem and mileage of legislators were
considered pretty good pay, and when
we first came to the state the senators
and representatives were of a higher
class of intellect than they are now.
Later, there came a slump,' and the
last ten or twelve legislatures, with
perhaps two exceptions, were marked
ly inferior to their predecessors. The
Times-Union itself has most severely
criticised the legislature more than
the Star has. Now, we didn't suppose
when we wrote the squib refered to
that the Times-Union or anyone else
would think we meant that a thousand
dollars for a term in the legislature
would be a temptation to men. and
women more than average ability.
We meant, and we believe most peo
ple knew we meant, that" a thousand
dollars would make it so much less of
a sacrifice that a greater number of
competent people could consent to
serve, and it is almost invariably the
rule that the greater the quantity of
good material, the better the work is
We shall not try to answer the Boni
fay paper. We can't throttle our in
tellect down to the pace it displays in
and feed and better the world. Their
mother, the while, assuming a stately
and watchful attitude.
Suddenly, a motherly signal of.ami .otton factor, is in town for a
alarm stopped all activities and indus- few davs with his brother. Mr. G. K.
try. A tiny speck a mile up in the j Robinson. We saw him going out to
heavens nad been discovered. Now I'ithe golf links today behind a team of
could catch the glint of the sunlight spanking bays.
Mayor Martin of Jacksonville is m
the city, shaking hands with his
friends, which means ; everybody,
Marion county has reason to be proud
of her native son, who in face of dif
ficulties that would have daunted an
ordinary man has won his way in less
than a quarter of a century to suc successful
cessful successful practice of his profession, and
the executive office of the greatest
city in the state a city, by the way,
that doesn't have to take a back, seat
for any town of its size in America.
One of the reason's for "Johnny's"
success, we think, is his intense inter interest
est interest and sympathy with human nature.
He is not one of those wsie guys that
pretend to understand it he is just
of it and with it, and doesn't consider
himself above it, and so all of it, from
the laugh of a child to the sorrow of
the aged or bereaved strikes in his
soul a chord that unaffectedly and in instantly
stantly instantly responds.
Elsewhere appears the general pre presentment
sentment presentment of the grand jury, a con condensed
densed condensed document, containing practical
suggestions. The Star is glad to see
that the grand jury has made a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for a county road superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. This recommendation is di directly
rectly directly in line with the policy that the
Star has been contending for for
several years. Put the supervision of
all road building in the county under
the direction of one competent man,
and we will soon see results.
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on the snowy crest of that king of
American birds. All turkeydom
sought cpver,. at once. Industry in
their world remained at a low ebb as
long as the keenest eye could see that
speck in the blue ethereal.
I have also often sen one hawk,
yea, even one buzzard, perch on a
snag and bring all business and indus industry
try industry among the feathered barnyard
world to a complete standstill; all
sought cover, and there remained, un
til, such threatening enemy from the
clouds had disappeared.
The eagle is now seldom seen among
us- The only, ones in Washington
city are stuffed. Neither the Senate
chamber, nor the halls of Congress,
contain any specimen, stuffed, or
otherwise, of this great American
But, shall I say it? I will. There
are now perched on the eminence of
power in Washington a whole nest
full of hawks, who from that eyrie
are scanning the nation for the plump
and the half plump.
I have not said that all senators and
congressmen are hawks, but many of
such are. This does not apply to any
man from Florida; but mostly, yes,
mostly to republicans.
Doings in Washington have inspir inspired,
ed, inspired, and continue to inspire, fear m
most of the rich and the poor who
have a dollar to invest in anything
besides silk shirts and follies' fads.
AU .such have run to cover; some to
dodge income taxes, but all dodge
those Washington birds.
The proof of this is easy. Consult
any neighbor, or friend, who usually
has a few dollars to lend out, or put
into new industries. Look at the im immense
mense immense increase in the savings of the
poor, and moderately well-to-do, as
shown in the savings accounts of the
banks; while only the reckless, or
boldest, among such will tie up a dol dollar
lar dollar in any new enterprise. Every in investor
vestor investor seems now to desire to keep
his money where he can grab it quick quickly
ly quickly if need be. The figures now avail available
able available to any man who reads a news newspaper
paper newspaper show that this fear is well in instilled
stilled instilled into all investors.
It is true the rich buy immense
blocks of bonds that are income tax
j free; so do the poor. .A poor man
will often dodge small taxes as quick quickly
ly quickly as a rich man will dodge heavy
taxes. We all know that to be a fact.
They all seem to dodge; but the
outstanding fact is that investors,
rich and poor, readily invest an
enormous volume of money in bonds
the income from which is fully tax taxable.
able. taxable. The daily newspapers show that
within the last -year billions have been
loaned, on paper which carried no tax
exemption, at about the same interest
rate which was paid on most state,
county and municipal paper.
The actual figures before all men
show that we have now more money
than before in our history. ., Daily
sales here of ., millions of foreign
bonds, railroad bonds and industrial
bonds proves our willingness to invest
our immense hoard of money. Such
buyers do not seem to fear income
taxes, for the income from all .such is
fully taxable, and on much of this
paper the interest yield is no greater
than on most of our county and mu municipal
nicipal municipal bonds. ...
But the taxable bonds which do sell
thus are all of a character which can
be sold any day, any minute, at a
price near.cosL Income taxes, or no
income taxes, the facts now show that
rinth the. rich and the Door of the
masses have a little money which they
are willing .to lend to, or invest in
any new .enterprise. .The rate of in interest
terest interest pai6Vor..the income taxes there thereon
on thereon appears, to concern them little.
Thev do not want to furnish any
bones to. deck and elevate the eyrie
of that predatory brood of Washing Washington..
ton.. Washington.. Jbirds.
.The American, investor in 1922 has
run to cover. ...Sincerely yours,
May 1U.1922. William Hocker.
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(Evening Star May 12, 1912)
The handsome brick building for
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Mrs. L. N. Green entertained the
members of the graduating class last
evening at an enjoyable party at her
home on South Eighth street.
Judge D. S. Williams and D. S.
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(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
' Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
am St. Petersburg 4:05 im
2:55 am. NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
- 4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINK R. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
8:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 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
7:10 am JOcala-Wilcox 11:59 am
7:25 am fOcala-Lakeland 11:50 am
JMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
tTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
ONE WEEK LATER
There hasn't much happened only
one or two things. But maybe I'd bet better
ter better tell them before I forget it, espe
cially as they have a good deal to do
with' the love part of the story. And
I'm always so glad to get anything of
that kind. I've been so afraid this
wouldn't be much of a love story, after
all. But I guess it will be, all right.
Anyhow. I know Mother's part will be,
for it's getting more and more excit
ing about Mr. Easterbrook and the
violinist, I mean.
They both want Mother. Anybody
can see that now, and, of course. Moth
er sees It But which she'll take 1
don't know. Nobody knows. It's per perfectly
fectly perfectly plain to" be seen, though, which
one Grandfather and Aunt Hattie want
her to take It's Mr. Easterbrook.
And he is awfully nice. He brought
me a perfectly beautiful bracelet the
other day but Mother wouldn't let me
keep It. So he had to take it back.
I don't think he liked it very well, and
J didn't like it. either. I wanted thai
bracelet. But Mother says I'm much
too young to wear much Jewelry. Oh.
will the time ever come when Til be
old enough to take my proper place in
the world? Sometimes it seems as 11
it never would!
Well, as I said, it's plain to be Seen
who it is that Grandfather and Aunl
Hattie favor ; but I'm not so sure about
Mother. Mother acts funny. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes she won't go with either of then;
anywhere; then she seems to want tc
go all the time. And she acts as 11
she didn't care which she went with
so long as she was Just going some
. where. I think, though, she really llfcei
the violinist the best; and I guest
Grandfather and Aunt Hattie think so
Something happened last night
Grandfather began to talk at the Ua-
ner table. He'd heard something he
didn't like about the violinist, I guess,
and he started in to tell Mother. But
they stopped him. Mother and Aunt
Hattie looked at him and then at me,
and then back to him, in their most
see-who's-here you mustn't-talk-be-fore-her
way. So he shrugged his
shoulders and stopped.
But I guess he told them in the li library
brary library afterwards, for I heard them all
talking very excitedly, and some loud ;
and I guess Mother didn't like what
they said, and got quite angry, for I
heard her say, when she came out
through the door, that she didn't be believe
lieve believe a word of it, and she thought it
was a wicked, cruel shame to tell
stortes like that Just because they
didn't like a man.
This morning she broke an engage engagement
ment engagement with Mr. Easterbrook to go auto auto-riding
riding auto-riding and went with the violinist to
a morning muslcale instead; and after
she'd gone Aunt Hattie sighed and
looked at Grandfather and shrugged
her shoulders, and said she was afraid
they'd driven her straight Into the
arms of the one they wanted to avoid.
and that Madge always would take
the part of the under dog.
I suppose they thought I wouldn't
understand. But I did, perfectly.
They meant that by telling stories
about the violinist they'd been hoping
to get her to give him up, but Instead
of that, they'd made her turn to him
all the more, Just because 6he was so
sorry for him.
Funny, isn't it?
ONE WEEK LATER
been with him, and the pretty dresses
and hats she'd put n for him, and all
that. And I thought how she'd broken
engagements with Mr. Easterbrook te
go with him, and it made me angry all
over again. And I thought how mean
it was of him to use poor Mother as a
kind of shield to hide his courting of
Theresa! I was angry, too. to have
my love story all spoiled, when I was
getting along so beautifully with Moth Mother
er Mother and the violinist.
But I'm feeling better now. I've
been thinking it over. I don't believe
Mother's going to care so very much.
I don't believe she'd want a man that
would pretend to come courting her,
when all the while he was really court courting
ing courting the hired girl I mean maid. Be-sJa-s,
there's Mr. Easterbrook left
(and one or two others that I haven't
.said much about, as I didn't think they
hud much. chance.) And so far as the
love story for the book is concerned,
that Isn't spoiled, aftor all, for It will
J;e ever so much more exciting to have
the violinist fall in lovevwith Theresa
than with Mother, tor, of course, Ther Theresa
esa Theresa Isn't in the same station of life at
all, and that makes it a a mess-alliance.
(I don't remember exactly what
the word Is ; but I know it means an al alliance
liance alliance that makes a mess of things be because
cause because the lovers are not equal to each
other.) Of course, for the folk who
have to live it, it may not be so nice;
but for my story here this makes it
all the more romantic and thrilling. So
that's all right.
Of course, so far, I'm the only one
that1 knows, for I haven't told It, and
Tm the only one that's seen anything.
Of course, I shall warn Mother, if ,1
think It's necessary, so shell under understand
stand understand It Isn't her, but Theresa, that the
violinist is really In love with and court courting.
ing. courting. She won't mind, I'm sure, after she
thinks of it a minute. And won't It be
a good Joke on Aunt Hattie and Grand Grandfather
father Grandfather when they find out they've been
-fooled all the time, supposing it's
Mother, and worrying about It?
Oh, I don't know This Is some
love story, after all!
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Well, I guess now something has
happened all right! And let me say
right away that I don't like that violin
1st now, either, any better than Grand
father and Aunt Hattie. And It's not
entirely because of what happened last
night, either. It's been coming on for
a while ever since I first saw him
talking to Theresa in the hall when
she let him in one night a week ago.
Theresa is awfully pretty, and
guess he thinks so. Anyhow, I heard
htm telling her so in the hall, and she
laughed and blushed and looked side sideways
ways sideways at him. Then they saw me, and
he stiffened up and said, very proper
and dignified. "Kindly hand my card
to Mrs. Anderson." And Theresa said.
"Yes, sir." And she was very proper
and dignified, too.
Well, four days ago I saw them
again. He tried to put his arm around
her that time, and the very next day
he tried to kiss he and after a min
ute she let him. More than once, too.
And last night I heard him tell her
she was the dearest girl in all the
world, and he'd be perfectly happy if
he could only marry her.
Well, you can Imagine how I felt,
when I thought all the time It was
Mother he was coming to see! And
now to find out tha. it was Theresa he
wanted all the time, and he was only
coming to see Mother so he could see
At first, I was angry just plain an angry
gry angry ; and I was frightened, too, for I
couldn't help worrying about Mother
for fear she would mind, you know,
when she found out that it was The Theresa
resa Theresa that he cared for, after all. I
remembered what a lot Mother had
What do you suppose has happened
now? Why, that wretched violinist U
nothing but a deep-dyed villain! Lis
ten what he did. He proposed to
Mother actually proposed to her and
after all he'd said to that Theresa girl,
about his being perfectly happy If h
could marry her. And Mother Moth'
er all the time not knowing! Oh, Tm
so glad I was there to rescue herl 1
don't mean at the proposal I didn't
hear that. But afterward.
It was like this:
They had been out automoblllng
Mother and the violinist. I was in my
favorite window-seat, reading, when
they came home and walked into the
library. They never looked my way
at all, but just walked toward the fire
place. And there he took hold of both
her hands and said:
"Why must you wait, darling? Why
can't you give me my answer now, and
make me the happiest man hi all the
"Yes, yes, I know," answered Moth
er; and I knew by her voice tnat one
was all shaky and trembly. "But If I
could only be sure sure of myself."
"But, dearest, you're sure of met
cried the violinist. "You know how I
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woman I have ever loved, er ever could
Yes, Just like that he said It that
awful lie and to my mother. My
stars! "Do you suppose I waited te
hear any more) I guess not!
I fairly tumbled off my seat, and
my book dropped with a bang, as I
ran forward. Dear, dear, but how they
did Jump both of them And I guess
they wore surprised. I never thought
how't was going to affect them my
breaking In like that But I dldnt
wait not a minute. -' I Just started
right In and began to talk. And I
talked hard and fast, and lots of It.
I don't know now what I said, but
I know I asked him what he meant by
saying such an awful lie to my mother,
when he'd just said the same thing,
exactly 'most, to Theresa, and he'd
hugged her and kissed her, and every everything.
thing. everything. I'd seen him. And
But I didn't get a ckance to say half
I wanted to. I was going on to tell
him wjiat x tboueht of him; but Molh Molh-easped
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level teaspoons of Calumet, the re results
sults results will always be the same
perfectly raised bakings-remem-ber
this when you buy baking pow powder
der powder and don't forget that Calumet
is the economic buy because it goes
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders comem
12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound wEeh you want it
Statement of the Condition of the
OF OCALA v
At the Close of Business May. 5th, 1922
As Called for by State Comptroller
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Bonds j ---------
Stocks of Corporations ----
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ....
Other Real Estate.
Claims and Other Resources
Cashahd Due from Banks ---- ---
TOTAL. .J i -----------------
Surplus .... -
DEPOSITS -- -
....... 1.. ..$181,015.73
. $ 25,000.00
Deposits May 5th, 1922 $137,475.63
Deposits May 5th, 1921, $125,618.42;
Increase for one year $ 11,857.21
F. P. Gadson, President.
B. Beche Williams, Vice President.
L. E. Hampton, Vice President.
J. S. LaEoche, Cashier.
Dr. W. P. WILSON.
FRANK P. GADSON.
DR. B. E. WILLIAMS.
F. P. GADsbN,lieriant.
D. W. GOODWIN, Shoe Works.
DR. W. P. WILSON, Physician.
G. CROMPTON, Merchant Tailor.
L. C SMITH, Merchant.
J. S. LaROCHE, Bookkeeper.
Di. L. B. HAMPTON, Dentist.
DR. R. R. WILLIAMS. Physician.
NEPTUNE T. BROWN, Farmer.
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, MAT 12, 1922
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If you have any local or society
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Hafle Yba Been There?
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Sterrett of this city will be. grieved
I Eanle Grocery and Meat Market
items for the Star, call five-one.
to learn of the death of their infant
daughter who passed last night. In
Dr. E. J. Bryan, formerly of Ocala
terment will be made in Greenwood
but now of Orlando, is a visitor in the
annex this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
There will be. a short service at the
New Summer Dresses
grave. Sam R. Pyles & Company
Gifts of all kinds for "The Sweet
have charge of the arrangements.
S. MAIN ST.
Girl' 'as well as "Fine Boy" Graduate.
WoiVto fVimnanr tVio fibula Jonrelorc
Come around and see, our windows you will
find a whole lots of differences in our quality and
prices and save money at the same time.
Swift Hams 36c pound
'Breakfast Bacon 32c pound, one piece.
Try Oar Grocery Line. Green Vegetables 0
EAGLE GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
Dr. H. C. Dozier left yesterday on
a professional trip to Baltimore, after
which he will go to St. Louis to attend
the national convention of railway
Mrs. Harry Borland, Mrs. Maude
Home and Miss Ethel Horne left this
afternoon for New York city, where
they expect to spend the next two
weeks on pleasure bent.
Miss Estelle Somner and Mr. V. H
learner wno spent Wednesday and
Thursday in Ocala, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Palmer, returned to Jack
sonville yesterday afternoon.
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
26c; three times 60c; eix times 75c; one
month 13.00. All accounts parable la
advance except to those who have Teg Tegular
ular Tegular advertising accounts.
FOR RENT Small apartment, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 226 E. Washington St. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. R. T. Weaver at Elite
Hat Shop, or phone 594. 12-6t
WANTED Real live man who is
willing to work in Ocala. Perma Permanent
nent Permanent position with good future for
one who will stick. Prefer man who
is working and wants to better him himself.
self. himself. Answer in one handwriting.
Address, Position, Box 75, Ocala,
A. H. Billings, Anthony hard road,
r Box 129, Route A. 6-6t
Mrs. J. J. Godwin announces the
marriage of her daughter, dinner, to
Mr. Milton C. Dunning, of Gainesville,
The bride is a charming young
woman and possesses a sweet and
winning personality She is the sister
of Mrs. P. G. Ramsey, and has many
friends iln the city, having visited
he on a number of occasions.
Mr. Dunning is the son of Deputy
Sheriff J. S. Dunning of Gainesville,
and is a student at the University of
Florida. He is a popular and promi prominent
nent prominent young man and his many friends
extend congratulations and best
wishes. Gainesville News.
. "Gorham" sterling plate, "Com
munity" silver, all grades and pat patterns,
terns, patterns, "Rogers 1847," "Silverfield"
and Wm. Rogers Sons tableware.
Weihe Company, the Ocala-Jewelers.
High Springs, 5. Ocala, 1. No par
ticulars received. None needed.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, reas reasonable
onable reasonable prices. 926 S. Lime St. 9-3t
FOR SALE Three-year-old heifer
with calf. Apply to J. M. Potter,
r Ocala, general delivery. 5-5-6t
FOR RENT Apartment at 1129 Fort
King avenue. Apply to Mrs. New-
som, phone 207. 2-tf
WANTED An electric
Must be a bargain.
WANTED a second hand typewriter.
Must be a bargain. THE BOOK
WANTED Three crate nailers and
six cantaloupe packers June 1st.
Free board. Satisfactory wages. S
P. Cook, 213 Oklawaha Ave.. Phone
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more cole;; of ink at reasonable
prices cn short notice. Str Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. Ocala, Fla. 2-tf
The many friends of Rev. Crago,
who lives on the "Anthony road a few
miles out, will be sorry to learn that
he had the misfortune to break his
arm this morning. He is now resting
as comfortably as could be expected.
Miss Theresa Clark left last night
after an extended stay in Ocala with
her sister, Mrs. Nicholas Heintz. Miss
Clark will visit her sister, Mrs. W. T.
Smith, in Memphis, before going to
her home in Nashville.
O1"' -Cj The better yu care for
'-ii yur eyea the better
3l Jrf; your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
FOR SALE Going farm outfit, 100
chickens, 50 hogs, two cows, horses,
good garden and about 25 acres con consisting
sisting consisting of watermelons, cantaloupes,
peppers, corn (now selling)- field
cor nand peanuts. Fine chance for
right party to renfr 97-acre farm
upon which above is located; im implements
plements implements included. Three miles
south of courthouse. Known as the
Roller place. Move right in. Owner
must leave. Call on Mr. Hill at the
farm of F. W. Ditto, Ocala. Fla. 3t
Outdoor Advertising, Commercial
Signs. Prices Always Right.
308 N. Magnolia Street
The Friday auction club, was enter
tained this morning by Mrs. R. L.
Anderson at her home just south of
town. The usual interesting game of
auction was enjoyed from ten to
twelve, when a luncheon was served
by the hostess.
The following left this morning to
attend the Christian Endeavor con
vention at Lakeland which opens to
rn eht. The party made the trip m
Mr. Collier's car: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Russell. Mrs. Grider Perkins, Miss
Julia Meadows and Mr. E. J. Collier.
WANTED Right party to rent good
equipped, going farm and buyer for
100 chickens, 50 hogs, two horses,
horses and growing crops. Early
corn (now selling), watermelons,
cantaloupes, peppers, peanuts and
corn. Party can move right in.
House, barn, 97 acres best land,
three miles south of court house,
known as Roller place. Fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Fort rent cheap or for sale
cheap. Owner leaving at once. See
Mr. Hill at the farm of F. W. Ditto,
Ocala, Fla. 10-3t
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Hpmobile,
five-passenger; Buick Truck; good
condition; $275 takes both of them.
SpenceiPedrick Motor Co., phone
8, Ocala. 10-tf
WANTED A manufacturing com company
pany company of Jacksonville, now enlarging
its plant, desires the services jand
connection of a man qualified to rep represent
resent represent them. To party who can as assist
sist assist in disposing of some of its
snares, and wno can act as our
local representative, a profitable
and permanent connection is assur assured
ed assured under contract. Any man who
believes that he has salesmanship
ability will find it to his advantage
to communicate with 328 Hill build building,
ing, building, Jacksonville, Fla. 5-10-tf
LOST Sunday night between Tenth
street and the postoffice, tan leather
handbag with fishing line and min
nows, aiso pipe and toDacco and a
pair of eyeglasses in case. Finder
please return to Star office and re-
- ceive reward. 9-3t
MELON. GROWERS! Just received
two thousand rolls Rosin Sized
prices. Baker &
Holmes Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 8-6t
Paper for lining watermelon
Write" or wire for p'rices. Ba
FOR SALE Fiva fresh milk cows and
two nice Jersey heifers. See C A
VHolloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf
auii saxj Maxwell touring car,
. 1919 jnodel, in excellent running
condition. Price, $350. Apply to
The cigar store which has been
operated for a number of years in the
Harrington hotel block by Mr. Charles
Peyser has been purchased by A. G
Pappas. He has named his place the
Retreat. Besides a full line of tobac
cos and cigars, a news stand has been
added to the place. ,.
Reserved for You
and your guests. That's one of our
greatest assets among the regular
diners. We always have a table wait
ing. lhe cuisine is strictly hign class.
We appeal to the inner man and serve
you with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Mr. G. B. Overton returned yester
day from a short trip to Jacksonville,
where he went especially to attend the
state convention of funeral directors
'and embalmers. Mr. Overton reports
an excellent attendance with a repre
sentative from nearly every town o
any size in Florida, besides represen
tatives from many of the manufac
turers and funeral supply houses in
the South. Matters of interest to the
different communities were taken up
and several matters were discussed to
be presented to the legislature for en
actment into law.
Mrs. Clarence Tucker, who has re
cently arrived in Ocala from Porto
Rico and is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs.-H. C. Jones, was the
guest of honor yesterday at a splash
party given by the members of the T.
A. G. Club. Mrs. Tucker was a char
ter member of this popular club be
fore her marriage and as a welcome
home this affair proved enjoyable.
After a swim in the Springs the
purty enjoyed several rounds of auc auction
tion auction at the conclusion of which the
honoree was presented with a pretty
remembrance of he occasion, Miss
Cornelia Dozier received a box of cor
respondence "cards and Miss Clifton
Sexton a pretty quill pen. A dainty
r.'past was spread on the tables after
partaking of which the party return return-el
el return-el home. Those enjoying the after
noon at the Springs were Mrs. Tucker,
Mrs. Leon Mason, Misses Ethel Horne,
Cornelia Dozier, Clifton Sexton, Vio
let Jones, Jess Dehon and Loureen
Dr. Owens who recently held a re revival
vival revival in Ocala at the Baptist church,
has been spending a few days in town
the guest of Mrs. Robert Marsh and
family. Yesterday morning Dr.
Owens gave a most interesting talk to
the pupils of the high school and in
this address he paid the Ocala high
school and its faculty a very high
compliment, when he said that in his
travels throughout the state and visits
to the different schools, Ocala had one
cf the best he had seen. Dr. Owens
left today for a short stay in: De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, where he was formerly station stationed,
ed, stationed, and will later go to Jacksonville.
The Methodist ladies will serve
chicken and other good things for
supper in the basement of their church
The young woman's Sunday school
class of the Baptist church will have
a rummage sale tomorrow, May 13, in
the store room of Mr. Walter Marsh
netx to the Mam Street Market. If
any one has any donations in, the line
of clothes, please call Mrs. W. T.
Gary tonight or Saturday morning
and the articles will be called for.
T -1 tj.,4.1 r -to ik ;4J AjA
Press). Witnesses for the trial of.i
Sidney J. Catts in the Union county j.-.
circuit court on a charge of accepting
money to influence his vote on
pardon of convicts, are being
moned today. The spring
HAIL AT SUMMERFIELD
A telephone message received since
noon today stated that there had been
quite a fall of hail at Summerfield.
The message did not state whether
the hail was heavy enough to do any
considerable damage to vegetable
crops or not.
CATTS TRIAL IN
Our special for Saturday only is
seventeen pounds of sugar for $1.00
with one dollar's worth of other
groceries. Orders amounting to $5.00
or over delivered free anywhere in the
j city. U-SERVE STORES It
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term of 1
court begins Monday. It is not believ- (j)
ed, however, the case will be taken '$jpi
up until after the conclusion of the :
peonage trial in federal court at Pen-j
sacola, which has'not yet been set butib
u-lillt le rrm a 1.! V
present term of court.
YOU SAVE A DOLLAR A WEEK
When You Buy Your ;
Grocery Supplies at
WORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY
See a Few of Our Leaders
24-pound sack Self-Rising Flour .$1.10
12-pound sack Self-Rising Flour . 55c
24-lb sick best Self-Rising Flour...... 1.25
12-lb sack best Self-Rising Fluur 65c
Two cans No. 2 Tomatoes.. .1 25c
Campbell's Pork and Beans, 18 oz. can 12c
Tall Van Camp Cream...... .... .12c
Welch's Grapelade, 15 oz. jar- 23c
Quaker Oat Meal, package 12c
Gold Bar Apricots, 15 oz. can.. 25c
Irish Potatoes, peck . .. 55c
Bulk Vinegar, gallon 45c, qarut 15c
White Bacon.. - 18c
Smoked, Bacon. 25c
Smoked Sausage --- .... 25c
NORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY
Where there are good prices
, And credit there's none,
Orders of all sizes
Delivered to everyone.
Phone 341 Bine X. Magnolia Street
Every Day We are Unpacking Snappy Mod Models
els Models of New Silk and Cotton Frocks
Canton Crepe, Taffeta, Printed
Crepe in all the light and dark
colors, attractively priced at
$17.50 to $55.00
Out Cotton Dresses, made of
Dotted Swiss, Normande Voile,
Organdies, Voile and Linen
combinations are all beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully made and in all the latest
$2.98 to $27.50
On the first floor we are showing-
a large assortment of
White Wash Blouses at $1.98
Also, a new lot of Wash Skirts
in Gabardine, Wash Satin and
Ratine at $4.98
Ocala's Leading Store
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We are in position to supply you with the follow following
ing following items at a liberal discount
Break Linings, all sizes
No-Lcak-O-Oll Sealing Piston Rings, all
sizes ; :
Perfection Springs for practically all
Victor Cylinder Head Gaskets lor moD
Vulco Cord Fan Belts for all cars
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At Your Home
Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere m the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct fronv tn
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half -gallon, pack-.
ed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c at creamery. Bnciu.
Two or more quart bricks,packed, 50c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery Butter Daily
We are making butter daHy. Try a pound. It can now be haLat
the following stores and markets: Farmers Exchange Store, Ham
Street Market, O. K. Teapot Grocery, Ollie Mordis and Pasteur &
- 3IARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
- Phone 94
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