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Sun Rise Tomorrow, 5:31; Sets, 7:16 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 117
SIX FOR ODALA
HIE FOR STARKE
HARDING WILL FEED
FRENCH RAVE SENT
OUT A FEEEER
. if BE EOVEBII
DR. MULLENS HAS
THE RUifl RUIIIIEI
Home Team on the Way Proved Itself
a Bunch of Wonderful Freight
(L. T. I.)
When the-local team caught Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard No. 4 yesterday afternoon to go
to Starke the train was about hall an
hour late and the crew said it would
, get later instead 'of making up the
time because there were so many veg vegetables
etables vegetables to pick up along the road.
Carl Rose immediately interviewed
the conductor and offered the services
of his whole team to help the train
crew load the express at each station.
From then on into Starke whenever
the train stopped a string of steve stevedores
dores stevedores in baseball uniforms lined up on
the platform and in the express car
and the cantaloupes, corn, tomatoes,
beans and onions went into the ex express
press express car in a solid stream. The train
reached Starke at 4:45 and the game
started at 5 o'clock. The game was
a slow one with little signs of life on
Williams, the Wauchula boy pitch pitching
ing pitching forOcala, pitched wonderful ball.
He only let up one hit in the entire
game. Pfeiffer for Starke was not in
quite such good form and allowed the
visitors to make ten hits. Overstreet
starred at bat, getting three hits out
of four times at bat, one of the hits
being over the right field fence for
two bases. Leavengood came next in
the hitting line with two hits out of
four trials. Harry Wood laid out one
of his regular left field hits along the
four line. Harry has his eye on the
ball again. Rich, playing first for
' Starke, made a pretty catch in the
fifth when he ran back and nabbed a
Texas leaguer off the bat of Brooks.
Both teams got a couple of bad de decisions
cisions decisions from the umpire. In the first
. inning two Ocala men were called out
on first when the play was very close.
In the fifth two Starke runners were
called out on bases when they seemed
safe to the eye of the spectators.
These two outs kept Starke from
, scoring in this inning.
' The game by innings:
Ocala: Ulrich led off and drew an
error from second base. Brooks sacri sacrificed
ficed sacrificed him to second. Taylor went out,
pitcher to first. Vann singled, scor scoring
ing scoring Ulrich. Overstreet singled, but
failed to score when Wood went out
with a hot grounder to third who nab nabbed
bed nabbed it and tossed it across to first.
Starke: Molle led off with three
healthy swings at Williams' benders.
Wall drew a error from Taylor but
was caught off second when Over Over-street
street Over-street threw to Ulrich. Moore fanned.
Ocala: Liddell and Leavengood
struck out. Williams drew an error
from short but died on base when
Ulrich made the third out, pitcher to
Starke: Rich led off with the only
hit Starke got in the game. Pfeiffer
struck out. Harris fouled out to Over Over-street
street Over-street and Epperson walked. Things
looked as if Starke might score but
Lewis hit a hard luck foul to Van
and retired the side.
Ocala: Ocala took the one, two,
three route this time. -Brooks, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Vann went out' in quick suc succession.
cession. succession. Starke: Alvarez, Molle and Wall
were the only batters to face Williams
in the third and none of them got to
Ocala: Overstreet led off and flew
out to third. Wood came up and
knocked out a clean single along the
left field foul line, eoine: to second
when the catcher dropped the next
strike. Liddell sacrificed him to
third, but he died there when Leaven Leaven-gcod
gcod Leaven-gcod failed to deliver a hit.
Starke: Another one, two, three
inning for Starke. Moore, Rich and
Pfeiffer each decided to return to the
bench without even smelling first.
Ocala: Williams led off in this in inning
ning inning with a single. Ulrich sacrificed
him to second. Brooks flew out to first
but Taylor was carrying his rabbit's
foot and drew an error from short,
Williams scoring on the error. Vann
"retired the side when he went out,
second to first.
Starke: Starke had a good chance
to score in her half of the fifth but it
was here that the umpire's decisions
went a little against them and they
; failed to squeeze a run, across the
plate. Harris led off and drew an er error
ror error from second. Epperson sacrificed
him to second and Epperson looked
President Evidently Believes Road To
Hearts of Steel Magnates Lies
Thru Their Paunches
Washington, May 17. (Associated
Press). Invitations have been issued
for a large number of prominent steel
manufacturers to meet President
Harding tomorrow night at a dinner
and conference, it was said at the
White House today.
safe on first to most of the crowd.
Lewis hit to Williams who threw to
third to catch Harris. Van forgot
that Epperson had been called out and
thought that Harris was forced at
third and did not take time to touch
him in his hurry to double Lewis at
first. Harris and Lewis were safe.
Williams threw the ball to third and
caught Harris taking his afternoon
nap. Alvarez struck out and retired
the side and lost Starke her last
chance to score.
Ocala scored again in the sixth.
Overstreet led off with a single.-Woods
reached first on a wild throw by the
shortstop. Liddell flew out to center
field. Leavengood singled, scoring
Overstreet and Williams retired the
side when he went out, short to first.
Starke: Molle led off and went out
pitcher to first. Wall was hit on the
arm by Williams and took his base.
Moore struck out and Rich went out,
second to first.
Ocala: The lucky seventh was un unlucky
lucky unlucky for Starke. Ocala made three
runs in this inning and put the game
on ice. Ulrich led off and got to first
or, an error. Brooks singled, but was
out trying to steal second. Taylor
singled, scoring Ulrich. Van walked
and Ov'erstreet's double over the right
field fence scored both Taylor and
Vann. Wood hit into a double with a
1'ne drive to second who touched the
bag and made the double unass'isted.
Starke: Pfeiffer led off by walking
but the next three men, Harris, Ep Epperson
person Epperson and Lewis went out in short
Ocala: Liddell struck out. Leaven Leavengood
good Leavengood singled. Williams sacrificed but
Ulrich failed to deliver a hit ,and
Leavengood died on base when first
base made an unassisted out of Red's
Starke:. Molle, Wall and Moore
were out in less time that it takes to
Ocala: Only three men at bat.
Brooks went out, second to first. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor struck out but reached first when
the catcher dropped the ball. Van
hit a line drive to short and Taylor
was doubled at first.
Starke: Three up and three down.
Williams made the last out unassisted
when he fielded Harris' grounder and
beat him to first. Joe Brooks wanted
to make the last out and get the ball.
It was pitiful to hear the ,boy beg
Williams to throw the ball to him.
Willie wanted that ball for his own
The Box -Score
Ocala AB R H PO
Ulrich, 2nd 4 2 0 2
Brooks, 1st 4 0 1 10
Taylor, ss 5
V. Landingham, 3d. 4
Overstreet, c 4
Wood, If 4
Liddell, cf 3
Leavengood, rf ... 4
Williams, p . 3
35 6 10 27 12
AB R H PO A
Molle, ss i 4
Wall, 2nd 3
Moore, cf 4
Rich, 1st 4
Pfeiffer, p 3
Harris, 3rd 4
Epperson, rf 1
Lewis, c 3
Alvarez, If ... 3
0 0 2 4
0 0 6 3
0 0 10
0 1 14 0
0 0 0 4
0 0 12
0 0 0 0
0 0 3 1
0 0 0 0
29 0 1 27 14 8
Score by innings:
Ocala 100 011 3006
Starke 000 000 000 0
Summary: Two base hit, Overstreet.
Sacrifice hits, Ulrich, Brooks, Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Epperson. Double plays, Wall,
unassisted, Molle to Rich. Base on
balls off Pfeiffer 1, off Williams 1.
i. a l Tr 4 i Trr:ri:
ouutK uui uy rieiuer uy n luuuus
2. Hit by pitcher, Williams 1. Um
pires, Johns and Pierce. Time
Scorer, L. T. I.
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Have an Earnest Desire to Know If
' America Will be Represented At
Washington, May 17. (Associated
Press). French sources at Genoa,
prior to the issuance by the conference
of an invitation to the United States
to participate in the Hause 'meeting,
sent out a feeler to develop America's
attitude toward such participation, it
was learne dtoday. The American re reply
ply reply was sympathetic but not an ac acceptance,
ceptance, acceptance, although it was apparently
construed at Genoa as forecasting
participation by the United States.
AGREEMENT ON SYRIA
Geneva, May 17. (By Associated
Press)-The United States and France
are about to reach an agreement on
the French mandate for Syria, accord according
ing according to information reaching the sec secretariat
retariat secretariat of the League of Nations.
READY TO DISCUSS REPAYMENT
Paris, May 17. (By the Associated
Press). The French government has
informed the American war debt fund funding
ing funding commission it is ready to send a
special mission to the United States
to confer regarding payment of the
GRADUATING GIRLS GUESTS
OF THE B. & P. W. CLUB
Tuesday night the young ladies of
the graduating class were the special
guests of the Business and Profession Professional
al Professional Woman's Club at its regular social
meeting. Everything was very in informal
formal informal and the entire evening was
given to pleasure. After the guests
had assembled they were given scis scissors
sors scissors and white crepe paper and told to
fashion a maid's cap. After the caps
were completed the guests put the
caps made by each on their heads and
stood up in a line and the best cap was
judged. Miss Lena Ricketson receiv received
ed received the box of stationery- which was
awarded to the cleverest artist. After
this the entire assembly indulged in
the real old time Virginia reel and
then more modern dancing was in
order. Several numbers were given
by Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss Olive Whaley. The
remainder of the evening was spent in
singing songs, after which most ap appetizing
petizing appetizing refreshments of ice tea, sand
wiches and salted nuts were served.
When the guests departed they were
loud in their praises of the club, de declaring
claring declaring that it had been one of the
most enjoyable evenings that had been
given in their honor.
CALLING FOR SUCCOR
San Francisco, May 17.-(Associated
Press). Wireless calls for help were
sent out early today by the auxiliary
schooner Ozmo, reported taking water
rapidly after hitting the rocks at
Cape Blanco on the southwestern
coast of Oregon. The crew of approx
imately twenty-five is believed to be
in grave danger. The Ozmo was back
ed off the rocks and attempting to
reach port at slow speed. A later meS'
sage said the crew was preparing to
take to the boats.
TOME TO SUPPER"
Have you ever tried a Marion Maid
Supper? On May 26, 1922, you will
have a chance. The Business Worn
an's Club invites you, from 6 to 8:30
p. m. Tickets, 75 cents. 17-6t
TINNERS, PLUMBERS AND
SHEET METAL WORKERS
We are prepared to do all kinds of
plumbing, tin roofing, guttering and
radiator repairing and roof painting.
Office phone 335; residence phme 579
DURAND & MRASEK,
17-6t 210 S. Osceola St:
USED CAR BARGAINS
One-ton Ford truck in grst class
Maxwell touring car with Bosch
Saxon six-cylinder roadster, $250.
Overland truck, $275.
Maxwell touring car, $200.
Cole eight-cyinder car, $300.
Reo 5-passenger touring car, $300.
Reo Speed Wagon, $500.
Mitchell six-cylinder touring car,
$550. B. F. CONDON,
Stringless beans at only 6 cents a
pound. North End Supply Company.
: Phone 431-Blne. It
Possible That There Will be a Great
Improvement in Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania Politics
Pennsylvania, May 17. (By the
Associated Press). Gilfford Pinchot
apparently has won the republican
nomination for governor of Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, on the face of unofficial returns,
W.Harry Baker secretary of the state
iepublican campaign committee, de declared
clared declared this afternoon. Baker said un unless
less unless "Allegheny county gives a larger
majority than his advices indicate,
there is no doubt that Pinchot has
carried the state. Pinchot was oppos opposed
ed opposed by Attorney General Alter.
ODD FELLOWS' PLEASANT
' AND PROFITABLE EVENING
Tulula Lodge put a golden seal on
the long line of pleasant and profita profitable
ble profitable dates on its calendar Tuesday eve evening
ning evening when it entertained a delegation
fiom Amity Lodge of Oxford, and in instructed
structed instructed two candidates in the first
and second degrees.
There was a large attendance of
home members, and by the time the
Oxford brethren arrived the comfort comfortable
able comfortable and roomy hall was well filled.
After the necessary business had been
attended to, the candidates were
brought in and the work commenced.
Tulula Lodge has a large proportion
of veteran members, each well versed
in some parts of degree work, and sev several
eral several able to direct it all. Consequent-
y it is always easy to make up, a de-
gi ee team, and the team never worked
any better than Tuesday evening,
when it displayed the .virtues of
friendship and love to the candidates
While this work was going on, other
work, not so ethical but eminently
practical, was going on in out in the
entrance and ante rooms, where the
committee on refreshments, Joseph
Malever, Frank McClane and J. R.
Jordan, aided by several other zealous
members, were preparing a spread,
and as soon as notified that the work
was over they, with beaming faces,
and ready hands, called their brethren
tc enjoy the fruit of their labors.
A long table, extending clear thru
two rooms, had been loaded down
with plenty of the fat of the land, and
the Odd Fellows sat them down for
half an hour of solid enjoyment. There
was chicken and dressing: candied
sweet potatoes, salad and other
viands, all topped off with cake and
ice cream and washed down with cof
fee that hit the spot. Politics is not
allowed in lodge affairs nevertheless,
if any member of the refreshment
committee had been a candidate he
would have won the solid vote of the
The visitors from Amity Lodge
were C! P. Warnock, J. S. Reece, T. J.
Fort, V. Caruthers, F. W. Sigmon,
Grant Harrison, W. R. Blair, H. A.
Sebekow, C. A. Hooks, John Vender-
hot k and R. A. Sirmons. Messrs. Sir
icons and Vanderhoek were the two
candidates who took the first and
ond degrees. All are representative
men of the Oxford community and al
ways welcome in Ocala.
The unanimous vote of thanks of
the lodge is given to the refreshment
DAIL EIREANN CANT
CLOSE THE DIVISION
Dublin, May 17. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press). The peace committee of
the Dail Eireann which began trying
to find a basis for- unity of the Irish
factions formally reported to the
Dail today a breakdown of negotia
ENGLISH CABINET KNOCKED
OUT ON EDUCATION
London, May 17. (By Associated
Press). The British cabinet has de
cided to defer to the wishes of "the
house of commons and appoint a com
mittee to inquire into the educational
program on which the government was
defeated by a narrow majority last
night, it was announced in the house
ot commons today, ine newspapers
previously said the cabinet had decid
ed to recommend to the house of com
mons a 'course of action which would
not involve resignation of the govern
Comfort and style in our Society
Brand and Fashion Park clothes. We
have a full line of the summer fabrics.
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Southern Baptists Again Re-Elect
Him President of Their Great
Jacksonville, May 17. (Associated
Press). Jacksonville today is the
chief Baptist city of the nation, as
thousands of messengers and visitors
to the Southern Baptist Convention
poured in from eighteen states for the
opening session of the sixty-sixth an
nual meeting. The, reports of Presi President
dent President E. Y. Mullins of Louisville and
various secretaries were the first
things before the convention, to be fol-
owed by the election of officers and
addresses of welcome and responses.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Dr. E. .Y. Mullins of Louisville, was
re-elected president of the convention.
The four vice president elected were:
Rev. R. M. Inlow, of Sedalia, Mo.; W.
W. Gaines, of Atlanta; Rev. J. J. Tay-
or, Leaksville, N. C, and Rev. W. D.
Nowlin, of Greenville, Ky. Gaines is
an attorney. George Norton, treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, Louisville and Dr. R. P. Harvey,
Harrisburg, Ky., auditor, were re
The boys of the graduating class of
922 of the Ocala High School were
guests of the Ocala Rotary Club at
its "regular weekly luncheon Tuesday.
The boys of the class are entertained
each year by the Rotarians, and the
Rotarians, in turn, are entertained by
the boys, as was the case yesterday.
President John H. Taylor told the
boys yesterday that if they succeed as
well in life as they did with their
program at the luncheon they need
have no fear of failure.
The program given by the boys of
the graduating class was greatly en
joyed by the Rotes. Each number
was warmly applauded. Ed Buhrman,
president of the class, made a speech
that made many a Rote .green with
envy. Ine high school quartet sang
Here's a Health to You," and two en
cores were demanded. James Fielding
made a hit with a recitation, "My
Birthplace," paraphrasing Bill Nye.
George Hooper with a violin solo
made the Rotes sit up and take no notice.
tice. notice. "A Toast to the Rotary Club"
was sung by all of the boys. The
members of the high school quartet
are Claude Barnett, Junie Counts,
Jack Williams and Ed Buhrman.
Port V. Leavengood, business man
ager of the Ocala Evening Star, was
introduced as the "baby" member of
the club. Port couldn't touch Ed
Burhman when it came to making a
HAS CONSENTED TO
COME TO THE HAGUE
Genoa, May 17 (By the Associated
ress). -Russia has accepted the pro
posals for a meeting at the Hague to
discuss the Russian situation, it was
CLEVER MOVE OF
Charleston, W. Va., May 17. (By
Associated Press). The state rested
a tit: n : TtM 1
its case against niuiam nu..nru. va
a charge of treason at 11:15 this
morning. The defense immediately
moved to compel the state to select
upon which overt act Blizzard com committed
mitted committed it relief upon to sustain con conviction.
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Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
ereamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half -gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c delivered; one quarts nnot packed, 50c at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 50c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c at Creamery.
. Fresh Creamery Batter Daily
We are' making butter daily. Try a pound. It can now be had at
the following stores and markets: Farmers Exchange Store, Main
Street Market, O. K. Teapot Grocery, Ollie Mordis and Pastenr 6
MARION COUNTY CREA3IERY CO.
Phone' 04 i c
Civil War, Says the Prohibition De Department,
partment, Department, Raging Between Fac Factions
tions Factions of Florida Soaks
Washington, May 17. (Associated
Press). Civil wart has broken out
among Florida rum runners, B. A. An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, head of the legal division of
the prohibition tanit, returning from
Miami, reported to Prohibition Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Haynes. The result is, An Andrews
drews Andrews said, that the smugglers are
tipping off enforcement authorities
when the liquor ships of the rival
fleet are expected and many seizures
have resulted." 4
IZLAR IS IN CHARGE
OF MOTOR CLUB AFFAIRS
L. T. Izlar, manager of the newly
organized Marion County Motor Club,
will conduct the affairs of the club
from his own office in the Gary build building
ing building for the present. In the fall, when
the motor travel begins to get heavy
arrangements will probably be made
for a desk at the Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. '
The members of the club have re received
ceived received their membership cards and
most of them have their car emblems.
Those who have not obtained their
emblems can get them at the Chamber
of Commerce. Members of the A. A.
A. are entitled among other things to
f i ee. mechanical service and free legal
aid. The membership card is good for
a $50 bond in the courts of the coun country.
try. country. On the strength of the A. A. A.
membership card a member may cash
his personal" check when in a strange
.The Marion County Motor Club
will be represented in St. Louis on
May 19 and 20 at the national eonven eonven-tioin
tioin eonven-tioin of the A." A. A. by Dr. H. C. Do Do-zier.
zier. Do-zier. fDr. Dozier expects to be in St.
Louis this, week. In the event that he
does not reach there in time for the
convention, the .club will be represent represented
ed represented by Mr. Charles O'Connor, field sec secretary
retary secretary of the A. A. A.
TEA AT THE HOSPITAL
The ladies of the legion auxiliary
will operate a tea room at the carni carnival
val carnival grounds during the hospital hospital-legion
legion hospital-legion carnival, Friday and Saturday.
Those who have partaken of the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality of the auxiliary and who know 7
the good things that those ladies can
piepare to tempt the appetites of the
most fastidious will need no introduc introduction
tion introduction to this eat stand. If you dont
know anything about the good sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and coffee that those' ladies
can hand 'out just take your stand in
the long chow line that is sure to form
a3 soon as they ring the bell and then
you will be a booster.
FIVE NEW BISHOPS
Hot Springs, .May 17. (Associated
Press). The general conference of
Southern Methodists completed the
! election of five new bishops to be
named at this time by electing today
Dr. H. A. Boaz, president of the
Southern Methodist University, Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Texas! Four of the new bishops
were elected yesterday."
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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
The campaign guns will begin to
a.' 1 ri a.
suuub ttb moss niua lomurrow.
' 'Ocala's Red Cross Chapter met
Tuesday and at once forwarded a hun hun-dred1
dred1 hun-dred1 dollars for the Mississippi flood
'' rIf Trance'would expend in America
half as much as Germany or Great
Urftain for' propaganda, our people
' would see matters in a different light.
u; Marion' county's only lady candi candi-date
date candi-date 'wuT" make her debut at Sparr
. THday. The people of that solid town
"win give the candidates a cordial wel wel-'come.
Chairman ( Ferguson of the county
'democratic "executive committee has
heard from 'the senatorial candidates,
"3 Trammeirahd Gilchrist, and thinks
they will give Ocala a date on their
Conan Doyle says that dogs frisk
about Sri heaven, "which leads the Tam-
1 oa1 limes to surmise that thev are
probably 'skye terriers. Still, we would
''""'suppose that at least one of the dogs
rmust be' the Hound of the'Basker the'Basker-'
' the'Basker-' Tilles-Miami Herald.
If we remember the story 'aright,
' the present employment of the "Hound
' of the Baskervilles" must be herding
iosi souis inru tne gates ox uehenna.
' Major: R. L. Anderson has returned
from a meeting in Gainesville of the
Florida executive committee of the
American' Legion. He says that the
-''TFToridW "department of the Legion is
preparing for a great display for the
; "j state at the next national meeting,
' which will be in New Orleans. The
4 'committee, with a view to a large at at-'
' at-' tendance from Florida, is working for
" a one-cent railroad fare, and hopes to
do'for the state' a great deal of adver adver--
- adver-- -tising, which wfll be felt all over the
We should judge by Tuesday's dis dis-paiches
paiches dis-paiches that this : administration's
Washingtonian backbone against "en "en-tangling"
tangling" "en-tangling" alliances" is weakening. A
xew weeks ago it virtuously resolved
to stay away from Genoa: Tuesday, it
y announced from the White House that
it might go to the Hague. By devious
routes, under republican guidance,
""Uncle Sam will reach the place point point-ed
ed point-ed out for him by Wilson, but he will
arrive, not as a knieht errant, but as
pot-bellied v money fender. And
they'll "take his money away from
4"gWe extract the following sensible
remarks 'from an article in the Tampa
Tribune: "If State Equalizer of
'Taxes,1 Hon. M. L. Dawson, will de de-.
. de-. vte his' time and attention from now
: until the next legislature meets, in
" getting the actual facts relative to the
injustice of levying the same millage
' for state and county in every county,
and in gathering data which will show
. the many millions of dollars in prop-
eny niaaen out, or not returnea ior
taxation, with the consequent loss of
hundreds of thousands of dollars in
m revenue to the state, he will be able to
gobefore the legislature with a show showing,
ing, showing, and recommendations which that
body will not be able to, or care to,
Ocala people read with sadness the
dispatch announcing that the eyesight
of Rev. L. B. Warren, the moving
spirit in the million-dollar Baptist
church building and loan fund of the
Southern Baptist Convention, flicker flickered
ed flickered out just as his great work came to
a successful conclusion. Mr. Wa.Ten
has been a martyr to his work and nis
cause. Had he, twenty years ago,
when his eyes began to fail, taken
some quiet, easy path in life, as he
might have done, his sight would
probably have lasted. But he chose
instead to bear the heat and burden
of the day.
MEMORIAL DAY IN OCALA
At 8 o'clock on the morning of
Memorial Day, May 30th, details will
leave the armory in automobiles for
the purpose of decorating the graves
of all the men who were in the service,
and who were buried in the county,
Also, in the case of any soldier who is
one of Marion county's sons, the dec decorations
orations decorations will be forwarded, if the
grave is anywhere in this country;
while for those boys who sleep across
the' sea the formal decoration will be
made at Greenwood.
At 5 p m. on Memorial Day there
will be 'a parade and special memorial
service. The parade will form at the
armory at 4:45 p. m. and proceed to
Tuscawilla Park where the service
will be held.
In addition to the flag ceremony
there will be appropriate music and
singing and it is expected that the
oration will be delivered by a state of official
ficial official of the American Legion, after
which the dead heroes will be honored
by the observance of a, silent period
and the sounding of "taps" by the
This program is tentative and will
appear in greater detail next week.
For the committee,
John J. Neighbour, Chaplain.
(Evening Star May 17, 1902)
Rev. R. H. Morris will preach the
commencement sermon at the Baptist
Mr. George Close will finish ship
ping his potato crop this week. Altho'
the stand was poor the potatoes were
among the finest that ever left the
Mr. P. L. Billingsley, formerly in
the law office of W. K. Zewadski, now
in Jacksonville, was a visitor in town
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and
little daughter Annie Blair will leave
the first of June- for New York, and
will sail for Glascow, Scotland, on the
7th to spend the summer in Mr.
Woodrow's former home.
Charles Peyser and family will re return
turn return in the early fall to reside in
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 17, 1902)
Mr. R. A. Alfred of Port Inglis is in
town for a few days.
Mr. Julius Brown is expected home
from college this afternoon.
Mr. O. F. Goddard left yesterday
for Savannah, where he will spend
the next two months.
A petition for early closing of the
stores is being circulated and it is
hoped all the merchants will sign it.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips have re returned
turned returned from Atlantic Beach, where
they attended the telephone conven
The public schools of Ocala are
nearing the close of the year's work.
The grades from the first to the
eighth will close Friday, May 19th.
The pupils will be asked to return to
their respective rooms Monday morn morning,
ing, morning, May 22, at 8:45 to receive hteir
Monday morning, May 22, at ten
o'clock the pupils of the eighth grade
will hold their graduating exercises
at the Temple theater.
There are thirty seven pupils in the
regular class, all of whom expect to
receive certificates. Besides these
there are nine others who were mem members
bers members of the class promoted in Janu January,
ary, January, or who were irregularly promoted
thru entrance examinations, who will
receive their certificates at this time,
making forty-six in all.
The program in detail is not ready
for publication. It will consist of reci recitations,
tations, recitations, instrumental solos, a short
operetta and the awarding of certifi certificates.
cates. certificates. The 'entire program will last
about an hour. Parents and friends of
the members of the class are invited
to attend. r
The high school will close Friday,
June 2. The closing events for this
department will be as follows:
Friday, May 26, at the Woman's
Club: Recital, of the music depart department.
ment. department. Friday, June 2, at the Temple The Theater!
ater! Theater! Senior class play, "Nothing
But the Truth."
Sunday morning, June 4: Com Commencement
mencement Commencement sermon.
Monday, June 5, Temple theater,
8:30 o'clock: Commencement exer exercises.
cises. exercises. No summer schools will be conduct conducted
ed conducted this year under the direction of the
public school, nor will credit be given
to pupils of the intermediate or gram grammar
mar grammar grades' for work done during the
summer anywhere. The mid-year pro promotion
motion promotion plan put into effect in the
grades this year enables the pupil to
repeat at once, under the direction of
the regular teacher of his grade, the
half year's work in which he has fail failed.
ed. failed. Hence, entrance examinations
will be given next fall only to new pu pupils
pils pupils of the grammar grades who are
entering the school for the first time
and do not have proper credentials.
The regular pupils of the Ocala
schools must take, at the opening of
school next fall, the classification
given at the close of school this
High school pupils may review in
summer school any subject taken in
public school and failed, and may take
an examination on that subject next
fall during the week preceding the
opening of the high school. New work
taken up for the first time during the
summer will not be recognized.
Mary Sheppard, Principal.
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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 2-
Communities desiring campaign ap appointments
pointments appointments should immediately notify
the undersigned,' so as to avoid con
fusion in' dates.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922
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PUBLIC AUCTIOX SALE
Of the Bamkrapt Property of James L.
Greer, to be Held at Greer, FUl on
May 18-19, 1912, ConmtMlaf at 10
O'Cloelt A. M. Each Day.
To sell the -personal property, con consisting
sisting consisting of rough cut lumber and uncut
timber amounting to approximately
100,000 feet; also the stores of com commissary
missary commissary consisting of clothing, shoes
pa,tent medicines, groceries, hardware
household utensils and machinery
parts. Also a large quantity of miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous mill parts and hardware. Also
approximately 2000 acres of cut-over
land, situated in and around Greer.
Pasco county, Florida. To be sold ir.
bulk or In sections for ash.
The above sale is by order of the 1'
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Best story ever wrtttm hy
ELEANOR H. PORTER
"PUyommt" "Jtui DrntU,"
When I 'said that, he dropped his
band and turned around and stared at
me. And there was such a funny look
in his eyes. Then he got up and began
to walk up and down the piazza, mut muttering:
tering: muttering: "So you came as Mary, yon
came as Mary." Then, after a minute,
he gave a funny little laugh and sal
Mrs. Small came up the front walfe
then to see Cousin Grace, and Fathei
told her to go right Into the llbrarj
where Cousin Grace was. So we were
left alone again, after a minute.
It was 'most dark on the piazza, but
I could see Father's face In the light
from the window ; and It looked; well,
I'd never, seen It look like that before.
It was as If something that had been
on it for years had dropped off and
left if clear where before it had been
blurred and, indistinct. No, that
doesn't exactly describe It either. I
can't describe it. But 111 go on and
say what he said.
After 'Mrs. Small had gone Into the
house, and he saw that she was sit sitting
ting sitting down with Cousin Grace In the
library, he turned to me and said:
"And so you came as Mary?"
I said yes, I did.
"Well, I I got ready for Marie."
But then I didn't quite understand,
not even when I looked at him and
saw the old understanding twinkle In
"You mean you thought I was com coming
ing coming as Marie, of course, I said then.
"Yes," he nodded.
"But I came as Mary.
"'I see now that you did. Well, Mary,
you've told me your story, so I sup suppose
pose suppose I may as well tell you mine now.
You see, I not only got ready for
Marie, but I had planned to keep her
Marie, and not let her be Mary at
And then he told me: He told me
how he'd never forgotten that day In
the parlor when I cried and he saw
then how hard it was for me to live
here, with him so abserbed in his
work and Aunt Jane so stern in her
black dress. And he said I put It very
vividly when I. talked about being
Marie In Boston, and Mary here, and
he saw Just how It was. And so he
thought and thought" about'. It "all "wlhi
ter, and wondered what he could do.
And after a time it. came to him he'd
let me be Marie here ; that is, he'd try
te make It so I could be Marie. And
he was just wondering how he was
going to get Aunt Jane to help him
when she was sent for and asked to
go to an old friend who was sick.
And he told her to go, by all means to
gol Then he got Cousin Grace to corns
here. He said he knew Cousin Grace,
and he was sure she would know how
to help him to let me stay Marie. So
he talked it over with her how they
would let me laugh, and sing and play
the piano all I wanted to, and wear
the clothes I brought with me, and
be lust as near as I could be the way
I was In Boston.
"And to think after all my prepara preparation
tion preparation for Marie, you should be Mary
already, when you came," he finished..
Father had covered his eyes with
his hand, as if thinking and thinking,
just as hard as he could. And I sup suppose
pose suppose It did seem queer to him, that
he should be trying to make me Marie,
and all the while Mother was trying
to make me Mary. And It seemed so to
me, as I began to think It over.
"And so your mother did that,"
Father muttered; and there was the
queer little catch In his breath again.
He didn't say any more, not a single
word. And after a minute he got up
and went Into the house. But he
didn't go Into the library where Mrs.
Small and Cousin Grace were talking.
He went straight upstairs to his own
room and shuttthe door. I heard it.
And he was still there when I went
up to bed afterward.
How do you suppose Mother's going
to feel when I tell her that after all
her pains Father didn't like tt at all.
He wanted me to be Marie. It's a
shame, after all the pains she took.
But I won't write it to her, anyway.
Maybe. I won't have to tell her, unless
she asks me.
But I know it. And. pray, what am
I to do? Of course, I can act like
Marie here all right, If that is what
folks want. But I can't wear Marie,
for I haven't a single Marie thing here.
They're all Mary. That's all I brought.
Oh, dear suz me I Why couldn't
Father and Mother have been just the
common live-happy-ever-after kind, or
else found out before they married
that they were unlikes?
Well, vacation is over, and I go back
to Boston tomorrow. It's been very
nice and I've had a good time, in spite
of being so mixed up as to whether
I was Mary or Marie. It wasn't so
bad as I was afraid It would be. Very
soon after Father and I had that talk
on the piazza, Cousin Grace took me
down to the store and bought me two
new white dresses, and the dearest lit little
tle little pair of shoes I ever saw. She said
Father wanted me to have them.
. And that's all every single word
that's been M sb"it that Maxx-aJUr-
Marie business. And even that didn't
really say anything not by name. And
Cousin Grace never mentioned It
again. And Father never mentioned
it at alL Not a word.
Father's been queer. He's been aw awfully
fully awfully queer. Some days he's talked a
lot with me asked me questions just
as he used to. all about what I did in
Boston, and Mother, and the people
that came there to see her, and every everything.
thing. everything. And he spoke of the violinist
again, and, of course this time I told
him all about him, and that he didn't
come any more, nor Mr. Easterbrook,
either; and Father was so Interested!
Why, it seemed sometimes as If h
just couldnt hear enough about things
Then, all of a sudden, at times, he'd
get right up In the middle of some something
thing something I was saying and act as If he
was just waiting for me to finish my
sentence so he could go. And he did
go, just as soon as I had finished my
sentence. And after that, maybe, be
wouldn't hardly speak to me again for i
a whole day.
And so that's why I say he's been
so queer since that night on the piaz piazza.
za. piazza. But most of the time he's been
lovely, perfectly lovely. And so has
Cousin Grace. And I've had a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful time.
Which Is the Real Love Story.
BOSTON. FOUR DAYS LATER.
Well, here I am again in Boston.
Mother and the rest met me at the
station, and everybody seemed glad to
see me, just as they did before. And
I was glad to see them. But I didn't
feel anywhere near so excited, and
sort of crazy, as I did last year. I
tried to, but I couldn't, I don't know
why. Maybe it was because I'd been
Marie all summer, anyway, so I wasn't
so crazy to be Marie now, not needing
any rest from being Mary. Maybe It
was 'cause I sort of hated to leave
And I did hate to leave him, espe especially
cially especially when I found he hated to have
me leave him. And he did. He told
me so at the junction. He asked me
had I been a little happier there with
him this year than last; and he said
he hoped I had.
And I told him, of course I had;
that It had been perfectly beautiful
there, even if there had been such a.
mix-up of him getting ready for Marie,
and Mother sending Mary. And he
laughed and looked queer: sort of half
glad and half sorry ; and said he
shouldn't worry about that. Then the
train came,, and we got on and rode
down to the junction. And there, while
we were waiting for" the other train, he
told me how sorry he was to have me
He said I would never know how he
missed me; after I went last year. He
said you never knew how you missed
things and people till they were
'gone..".' And I wondered If, by the
way. he said It, he wasn't thinking of
Mother more than he was of roe and
of her going long ago-. And T told him
I loved him dearly, and I had loved to
be with him this summer, and that 'I'd
stay his whole six months with him
next year If he wanted me to.
He shook his head at that; but he
did look happy and pleased, and said
I'd never know how glad he was that
I'd said that, and that he should
prize It very highly the love of his
little daughter. He said you never
knew how to prize love, either, till
you'd lost it; and he said he'd learned
his lesson, and learned It well. I knew
then, of course, that he was thinking
of Mother and the long ago. And I
felt so sorry for him.
"But I'll stay I'll stay the whole
six months next year!" I cried again.
But again he shook his head.
"No, no. my dear: I thank you. ;tnd
Td love to have you; Lut.it is nv.u-h
better for you that you stay in Boston
through the school year, and I want
you to do it. It'll just make tlx- three
months I do have you all the doarer,
because of the long nine months that
I do not," he went on very cheerfully
and briskly; "and don't look so solemn
and long-faced. You're not to blame
for this wretched situation."
The train came then, and he put
me on hoard, and he kissed me again
but I was expecting it th's time, of
.Mrs. Jh, i, 'I wh.::ed iff, and he
was U-it striding all alone on the
platform. And I felt so sorry for luui :
and all the way down to Boston I kept
thinking of him what he said, and
how he looked, and how fine and splen splendid
did splendid and any-woman-would-be-proud-of-hlra
he was as he stood on the p;at p;at-form
form p;at-form waving good-hy.
To Paving Contractors
Sealed proposals will be received by
the city of Ocala, Fla., until 1:30 p.
m. on May the 18th, 1922, for the im improvement
provement improvement of certain streets by grad grading,
ing, grading, paving, curbing and otherwise
improving. The city council will ait
at this time for purpose of opening
and publicly reading any and all pro proposals
posals proposals regularly submitted-
This improvement comprises about
50,000 square yards of paving and the
streets to be improved are those desig designated
nated designated by ordinance passed and approv approved
ed approved the 18th day of April, 1922.
A certified check in the amount of
two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) made
payable to the city of Ocala shall ac accompany
company accompany each proposal as a guarantee
of good faith on the part of the bidder.
Location maps, plans, profiles and
specifications will be on file at the city
hall, Ocala, Florida, and at the office
of J. W. Turner, engineer, Lakeland,
Florida, for examination and inspec inspection
tion inspection on and after the 8th day of May.
Copy of specifications containing pro proposal
posal proposal sheet may be obtained by de depositing
positing depositing five dollars ($5.00) therefor,
which amount will be returned when
the proposal is submitted.
Proposals shall be sealed and ad addressed
dressed addressed to H. C. Sistrunk, city clerk.
The city council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids; to let a contract
that in their opinion is to the best in interest
terest interest of the city of Ocala; and to cur curtail
tail curtail the improvement at such time and
to such extent as the funds available
for this improvement may require.
By order of city council.
Dated at Ocala, Florida, this the
18th day of April, 1922.
E. H. Martin,
President of City Council.
' Attest: H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk. 4-19-4t-Wed
C. V. Roberts & Co.
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MARION HARDWARE CO;
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Gontains UWlo of Mi
Every time you buy a can
of Calumet Baking Pow Powder
der Powder you have positive
proof of its leavening
strength you know that
it is not deteriorated in the
slightest degree. You have
this assurance because
Calumet contains a small
amount of white of egg.
When the Calumet sales salesman
man salesman calls on the grocer
he makes a simple test of
Calumet which discloses
any deterioration that
may have occurred
through exposure to damp dampness
ness dampness or other causes. With Without
out Without the presence of a small
amount of white of egg
this test could notbemade.
When you buy and use
baking powder that does
not contain white of egg
you take the chance of
spoiling your baking be because
cause because deterioration can cannot
not cannot be detected in such
powders in any other man manner
ner manner than through labora laboratory
tory laboratory tests. -
Buy Calumet because you
know what the results
will be when you use it
You save when
you buy it
You save when
you use it.
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217 W. Broadway
Ewopwn PWv Comata. Modan Sortancd ouarit root.
Smmr Hwd H50 a Cafe twUmt Comwava
Ewy4we khaettofCni Send for Book.
W1NDLE W. SMITH. fW.
Taste is a matter cf
We state it as our hoaeat
belief that the tobacco ueel
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
iiggttt & Myers Ttisen O.
20 for 18c
10 lor 9c
of 50 45c
ef Turkish and Domestic tobacafStrfmZti
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, MAT 17. 1822
We Close Every Thursday at One O'clock U
If. you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mrs. Oscar Burnett of Daytona is!;
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Leitner at Anthony.
Stringless beans at only 6 cents a:J:
pound. North End Supply Company, j
Phone 431-Blue. It
Mr. JohnM. Terry, a clever young;
man of Louisville, Ky., has been in the j
The Fashion Center
city visiting his relatives.
NUMEROUS SIDE SHOWS
AND AIL OTHER REGULAR CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS
FOR BENEFIT OF-
Marion County Hospital
Post 27 American Legion
ARMORY and ARMORY GROUNDS
TWO BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS
For a limited time only we are giv giving,
ing, giving, absolutely free, with each regular
Vacuum Cup Tire purchased,
One "Ton-Tested" Tube
of corresponding size
The extra thickness of the Vacuum Cup
Tread plus the extra, plies of highest
quality fabric and the good-measure
tread of hundreds of sturdy, nonskid
Vacuum Gups, makes Vacuum Cup
Tires, at prevailing prices, the big
gest value on the market.
Come in and get a copy of the latest
price schedule you will be agree agreeably
ably agreeably surprised. Get your season's
tire equipment today and a free tube
with every tire purchased.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Mrs. Roger Dodd has as her guests
her mother, Mrs. B. S. Saunders and
her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. F. Saunders
See the newest thing in ladies foot footwear,
wear, footwear, Red Cross Patent Leather Ox Oxfords.
fords. Oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
There was a busy session of the
council last night, and much important
work was done. We will try to give a
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon and lit little
tle little daughters, Ruby and Rose, left
this morning in their car for Miami
for a short visit with relatives.
Fashion Park clothes are made for
the man who cares. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
Mrs, Waits of Grove Park, who has
been in the Marion County Hospital
for treatment, has left the hospital
and is now with Mrs. L. W. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit in St. Petersburg with
their daughter, Mrs. Ervin. While
they are away Miss Ruth Ervin will
remain in Ocala.
Mr. J. F. Sigmon, and son of Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, last week, loaded six cars with
their early watermelons. The melons
sold, right there on the sidetrack for
fancy prices, before they were moved.
THURSDAY MORNING SPECIALS
Imported Ginghams, Checks and Plaids, 69c value
Imported Tissue Ginghams, regular 75c value
;Bc a yw&
Lot Imported Organdies and Voiles, plain colors, sold g
formerly up to $1.25 yard, to close but at M
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green who have
been visiting relatives in Jacksonville,
have returned to Ocala. While in
Jacksonville Mr. Green bought a home
in that city and in future Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.-Green
Green Mrs.-Green expect to reside there.
Mrs. Wade Dumas, who has spent
the past week in Miami with Mrs. D.
S. Woodrow, returned home yesterday,
accompanied by Mrs. Woodrow, who
will remain in Ocala for several
Mr. Roland D. Taylor of Palm
Beach, is among the visitors in Ocala
today. Rollie" as he is known to his
old Ocala friends, spent his boyhood
days in this city and is kept busy re renewing
newing renewing old acquaintances.
Mr. C. T. Scott of Deerfield, is in
the city the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins. Before return returning
ing returning to his east coast home he will visit
other, relatives in the Micanopy section.
Miss Julia Meadowy, who has been
the efficient trimmer at the Style Hat
Shop, left last night for her home in
Georgia. Miss Meadows has made a
number of friends here who hope that
she will return to Ocala at some fu future
ture future date.
(RATES under this heading; are aa
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c: six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE-r-One-ton Ford truck; has
four new tires and" one extra tire
with rim. Guaranteed to be in first
class shape. Price $525. Apply at
No. 20 E. Henry street, or phone
Miss Beulah Hall left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for her home in Columbia, S.
C, after a visit in Ocala and Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg for the past three weks. Miss
Hall stopped in Ocala yesterday for a
short stay on her way home from
LOST On the street in Ocala May 12,
a small diary, 1922. Finder please
mail to C. R. Buck, 615 Grand Ae.,
Rochester, N. Y., and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 5-16-6t
BARGAINS, BARGAINS One Buick
Roadster, Buick 5-passenger Tour Touring,
ing, Touring, Willis-Knight five-passenger
touring. All in good condition.
Take a look at these. S.pencer S.pencer-Pedrick
Pedrick S.pencer-Pedrick Motor Co., phone 8, Ocala,
City Manager Brumby and his
force are busy preparing to lay as asphalt
phalt asphalt pavement on South Main street
from Fort King to South Second.
After that he will probably lay North
Main from Washington to the station
FOR SALE One worm drive Ford
truck; new tires; stake body; in
good shape, at a bargain. Examine
it at O'Neal & Holly's garage. T.
H. Williams. 15-3t
Mr. M. M. Little, probation officer, j
left today for the boys' school at Ma Ma-rianna,
rianna, Ma-rianna, taking with him the two
Belleview boys charged with breaking
and entering. The court decided they
were young enough to be given an another
other another chance.
WANTED White laborers for crate
mill and colored laborers for saw.
mill. Arlo Box Co., Oak. 13-6t
RED CROSS SHOES
The latest arrival, the best for style
and comfort. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 17tf
We are now churning daily and
hare butter and buttermilk every day.
Phoned!. Marion Ouuty Creanuay. 3t
Stringless beans at only 6 cents a
pound. North End. Supply Company.
Phone 431-Blue. it
Sliced Kinghan's and Morris' Ham.
Phone 74, Eagle Grocery and Meat
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouH like it: tf
Mr. Neil Weathers and Mr. Paul
Weathers, who were called to Ocala
two weeks ago on account of the crit critical
ical critical condition of their mother, Mrs.
B. A. Weathers, left yesterday for
their homes in New York, Mrs.
Weathers' condition being so much im-Droved.
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 An electric fan wanted.
Must be a bargain. THE BOOK
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
Strawberries at the Eagle Grocery
and Meat Market. Phone 74. 12-tf
Mrs. Leon Mason was hostess last
night at the regular weekly meeting
of the Tuesday auction club, enter entertaining
taining entertaining at the home of Mrs. Thomas
Sexton. After an interesting game
of auction.. Miss Annie Benton Fuller
was presented with a pretty piece of
household linen. Strawberry short shortcake
cake shortcake with whipped cream was served'
at the conclusion of the evening.
WANTED a second hand typewriter.
Must be a bargain. THE BOOK
FOR SALE Three piece mahogany
bedroom suite and art square, prac practically
tically practically new. Apply at White Star
Line, storage department. 13-6t
We are now back at our old
location, on North Magnolia
street, where we will be glad
to have our customers call
on us. v
We have a Service Car. Call on us for any anything
thing anything in our line.
Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
FOR SALE Fiv2 fresh milk cows and
two nice Jersey heifers. See C A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in" one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices en short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
The Temperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
Are Always Low and Quality High V
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
2rt Watch for Our Delivery Boy. With Red Wheel
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery, j Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouHlikeit. tf 'You'll like it. tf
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar- Country cured hams sliced at t&e
ket. Phone 108. tf Main Street Market Phone 108. tf
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