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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Sunday. TEMPERATURES Thig morning, 68; this afternoon, S3.
Son Rises Tomorrow, 5:29; Seta, 7:18. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 123
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Like an Old Roman Legion, Oeala'a
Baseball Team Learns to Win
From Being Licked

(L. T. I.)
Ocala came back yesterday and
won the game from High Springs
after twelve hard fought innings. The
game was fall of exciting, hair-raising
moments from beginning to end.
High Springs tied the score in the
ninth inning and it took three extra
innings for either side to break the
tie. Ocala finally made one run on
errors after two were odwn and none
on bases in the last half of the
twelfth.
King pitched a wonderful game for
High Springs, only allowing five hits
in twelve innings. The nervous strain
finally told on him and it was his
wild pitch to second in an attempt to
catch Brooks off base thatscored the
winning run in the twelfth.
Whitney pitched a good game for
Ocala although he let up ten hits.
High Springs has a slugging outfit
and even then were only able to bunch
hits in one inning when they got
three.
If any one -star was to be picked
from yesterday's gme the fans would
all unite in holding up Van Landing-
hwn for all to gaze upon. Van made
several wonderful stops and his peg pegging
ging pegging to first was superb. That boy
has a wing like an eagle. On one oc occasion
casion occasion he made a superhuman effort
for a bunted fly. He caught the fly
but was leaning so far over that he
fell and the glove hand touched the
ground- He jumped up and threw
like lightning to first, catching the
runner by two- or three feet. No such
- play as that has been seen on the local
diamond in many a year. Harry Wood
made a pretty eatch of a long fly in
left field, thus robbing Bamberg of a
sure two-baagger. Brooks, Roach,
Bamberg and King led the hitting,
each securing two safeties.
The game by stanzas:
First Inning
High Springs: Duke started the
game with a pop fly to Van on. third
an of course he diedan easy death.
Hodges surprised everybody by get-
'. ting a clean single, but it counted for;
littb? because Bracken and Roach fail fail-eq
eq fail-eq to reach first.
Pcala started the game with, a vim,
making two runs in the first stanza.
Ulrich led off and went out, second to
first. Joe Brooks got hi batting eye
cleared out and poled out a single.
Taylorha'd good luck and drew an er error
ror error from short, sending Brooks to sec second.
ond. second. Van fanned. Overstreet walked,
filling the bases. Harry Wood singled
and scored both Brooks and Taylor.
Liddell retired the side when he went
. out, short to first.
Second Inning
Bamberg led off for High Springs
with a y to left field which Harry
nabtxj m easy style, uopioson too
jjiree. whiffs. English singled but gqt
no further than first because Drig-4
. grs" went out, short to first.
Only three Ocala men faced King
' j tfyis inning. Smith went out, sec sec-PWl
PWl sec-PWl t fir3, Whitney third, to first and
Ulrich flew out to center field.
Third Inning
Jing singled. Duke flew out tp
short and then Hodges hit into a (Jou (Jou-t)lfj
t)lfj (Jou-t)lfj play, Taylor to Ulricft tq Broqks,
retiring, the side,
Pcala had a chance to score in the
third but failed, to go all the way
around. Brooks led off and flew out
to lecond. Taylor again bad luck and
drew first on the second baseman'
error. Van fanned. Overstreet singled,
advancing Taylor to third but Wood
went out, short to first, retiring the
side.
Fourth Inning
High Springs played in hard luck
this innincr. They surely ought to
tiave scored but a double play oti the
ptjrt of the locals nipped in the bu(J
their chances of making several runs.
Bracken led off and hit a fly to right
field who droDoed the ball. Roach
came up next and hit into, a sure dou
hie play, pitcher to second to first,
but Brooks dropped the ball and
Roach was safe although Bracken
went out at second. Bamberg hit t
fly to left who dropped the ball, al
lowing Roach to reach second. The
first three men up had been errored
on and it looked as if Ocala had taken
a balloon ascension but they tightened
ud in fine style. Robinson hit to Van
on third who forced Roach by touch
ing the bag and then threw Robinson
out at first.
.. Only three Ocala men came up in
the fourth. Uddeii lannea. onuui
flew out to third and Whitney went
out, second to first.
Fifth Inning
EngHsh, Driggers' and King retired
in short order. For Ocala, Ulrich,

Robbers Cracked a Safe in an Office

Building That Adjoined Their
Headquarter
Jacksonville, May 20. (Associated
Press). Robbers cracked a safe in the
office of the Florida Farmer and
Stockman during the night. The loss
is unknown as a check on the contents
had not been completed early today.
The publication occupies the building
adjoining. police headquarters and the
safe was, in a room against the wal
separating the two buildings but the
robbery Vas not discovered until the
office was. opened for business this
morning."; The. robbers used a sledge
hammer and 'chisel.
A DOUBLE HEADER
In another part of the business dis
trict robbers broke into the safe of
the Burwell Motor Co. and escaped
with $1200 in cash and negotiable se
curities. There are no clues.
Brooks and Taylor did not reach first.
Sixth Inning
Duke led. off -with a single for the
High Springs lads but after Hodges
struck 4ut Bracken hit a drive to
Jimmie Liddell; in center field who
caught it on his shoe strings and dou doubled
bled doubled Dukes at first, retiring the side.
Ocala made -another run in the
sixth. Van led off with a single. Over Over-street
street Over-street sacrificed him to second, and
he scored oft a, couple of passed balls
when the infield was trying to catch
him off. Wood and Liddell flew out
to left and third,
Seventh Inning
High Springs tallied one in this in inning.
ning. inning. Roach led off with a single.
Bamberg also singled, sending Roach
to third. Bamberg thought it an easy
matter to steal second with a man on
third so he ambled down but Over Over-street
street Over-street threw to Whitney who relayed
to Ulrich and caught Bamberg way
off the bag.. Robinson hit to short and
went out at first but Roach scored
on the play." King went out third to
first: King got big and strong in the
seventh and struck out three Ocala
men. Smith, Whitney and Brooks. Red
Ulrich walked in this inning but the
strike uts prevented his scoring.
Eighth Inning
High Springs led. off with Driggers
who 'went out third to first. King
singled but was left on base when
Duke struck out "and Hodges fled out
to right, Ocala also got a man on
base when Van drew an error from
Bracken but was unable to score when
Overstreet and Wood flew out. j
Ninth Inning
High -Springs tied the score and al almost
most almost scared the fans to death in this
stanza. It looked like good-bye old
ball game but the locals held them on
the tying run. The first three me
up, Bracken, Roach and Bamberg,
each singled, scoring Bracken. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson struck put. English went out
second tq first and Roach scored.
Jackson went it to bat for Driggers
and went out third to first, retiring
the side.
Ocala tried hard to put over the
winning run in. the ninth but eould not
make it. Liddell led off and was hit
by the pitcher "Williams, batting for
Smith, hit to third and Liddell was
formed at second, but Williams reached-
first in safety. Whitney drew an
error from short and, both runners
were safe, yirieh and Brooks flew
out to left and "cetner, retiring the
side with the score tied.
; Tenth Inning
Only three High Springs men came
up in the tenth. King flew out to
right. Duke went out short to first
and Hodges flew out to short. Ocala
also too kthe? ne, two, three route.
Taylor went out pitcher to first, Van
with a fly to short and Overstreet
fanned.
Eleventh Inning
High Springs: Bracken flew out to
center. Roach drew an error from
Whitney and Bamberg hit a fly to left
that seemed good for three bases but
Harry Wood mowed her down. Rob
inson went put, third to first.
Ocala had another chance to finish
the game but failed to deliver the
goods. Wood got on with an error
from Roach. Liddell hit to short and
forced Wood at second. Williams hit
a fly to the pitcher and Liddell was
doubled at first.
Twelfth Inning
High Springs took the one, two
three route and it looked as if Ocala
was headed in the same direction for
her first two men up, Whitney and
Ulrich, went out with a fly to left and
a grounder to short to first. Then
Brooks came to bat and singled.
Brooks pilfered the second sack and
Taylor walked. Brooks played a long
way off second and. King thought he
would catch "him but King was over overanxious
anxious overanxious and threw wild to center field,

Ulster People in a Reign of Terror
Inspired by Murder
And Arson

Belfast, May 20. (By Associated
Press). Murder and arson inspired
by religious prejudice continued to
terrify Ulster today. Reports of the
number of deaths in yesterday's shoot shootings
ings shootings in Belfast vary from five to eight,
with a dozen wounded. Incendiary
fires caused thousands of pounds loss.
Three men were shot upon avowing
themselves Protestants. They died
during the night. Two men entered
a sawmill in the York street district
today, inquired the religious views of
various workers and shot dead a Cath Catholic.
olic. Catholic. HOW LONG WILL IT LAST?
Dublin, May 20. (By Associated
Press). There were strong rumors
here today that an agreement has
been reached between Michael Collins,
head of the provisional government,
and Eamon de Valera; republican
leader.
AGREE ON ELECTIONS
Belfast, May 20. (By Associated
Press). An agreement between Free
State and republican factions of the
Dail "Eireann regarding the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming Irish elections and other questions
was reached today. acrding to re
ports here.
allowed Brooks to score before the
ball was retrieved. This broke up the
ball game.
The Box Score
Ocala AB R H PO A E
Ulrich, 2nd 5 0 0 4 1 1
Brooks,- 1st 6 2 2 14 0 1
Taylor, ss ,...5 1 Q 2 5 0
V. Landingham, 3d. 5 1 1 2 5 0
Overstreet, c 3 0 1 5 1 0
Wood, If 5 0 1 2 0 1
Liddell, cf 4 0 0 3 1 0
Smith, rf .3 0 0 2 0 1
Whitney, p 5 0 0 0 3 1
Williams, rf 2 0 0 2 00

43 4 5 36 16 5
High Springs AB R H PO A E
Duke, cf ...5 0 4 -0 0
Hodges, 2nd ..... 5 0 1 3 2 1
Bracken, 3rd ..... 5 I I 2 2 ,2
Roach, ss 5 5 5 2 4 3
Bamberg, c 5 0 2 7 0 0
Robinson, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
English, If 5 0 1 4 0 0
Driggers, 1st 3 0 0 9 0 1
King, p 5 0 2 1 4 2
Jackson, 1st 2 0 0 2 0 0

44 3 10 35 12, 9
Summary: Sacrifice hits, Over-
street, Robinson. Stolen bases, Ulrich
2, Van Landingham, Overstreet. Base
on balls of Whitney 0, off King 2.
Double plays, King to Driggers; Tay-r
lor to Ulrich to Brooks; Van Landing-
ham to Brooks; Liddell tq Brooks.
Earned runs, High Springs 2. Time,
2:10. Umpires, Rooney on balls and
strikes Scasse on bases. Scorer, L.
T. I.
ALL PARENTS AND FRIENDS
ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
All parents and friends of the
eighth grade pupils are cordially in
vited to attend the closing exercises
of the graduating class to be held at
the Temple theater at ten o'clock
Monday morning. A portion of the
parquet will be reserved for relatives.
Forty-three pupils will receive certifi certificates.
cates. certificates. No programs will be distribut distributed
ed distributed at the door, and we would suggest
that you cut out and save this:
Music, O. H. S. Orchestra.
Invocation, Rev. C. H. Trout.
Song, "Morning Bells," Class.
Piano solo, Natalie Minshall.
Recitation, Martha Rivers.
Piano solo, Frances Greene.
Recitation, "Sister Caroline's Speak Speaking,"
ing," Speaking," Jimmie Savage,
Cornet solo, Sammy Savage.
Song, "The Fisherman," Class.
Recitation, Bernice Jones.
Piano s.olo, Martha Rivers.
Recitation, Barbara Ware Johnson.
Violin solo, Melville Little.
Music, O. H. S. Orchestra.
Gypsy Festival, by the class.
Music, orchestra.
Awarding of certificates, Mr,
Gerig,
J. J.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, May 20. (Associated
Press). Generally fair, moderate
temperature, occasional local showers
is tne torecast ior r loriqa the week
beginning Sunday.
GOING OFF FOR THE SUMMER
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Number of Members Who Pay Tithes
To the Church is Steadily
On the Increase

Jacksonville, May 20. (Associated
Press). Three times as many men
among Southern Baptists have adopt adopted
ed adopted the plan of paying a tenth of their
income as the minimum of their con contribution
tribution contribution to religious work as were
doing this a year ago, it was announc announced
ed announced in the annual report" of the lay laymen's
men's laymen's missionary movement to the
Southern Baptist Convention today.
The goal is half a million tithers
among Southern Baptists.
LET WELL ENOUGH ALONE
Tm? convention declined today to
appoint a committee to join with one
from the Northern Baptist. Convention
in drawing up a new statement of
Baptist faith or name a standing com committee
mittee committee to co-operate wi&-the North Northern
ern Northern convention in various activities.
It was declared there is ; no occasion
for a new confession of faith and that
the relationship between .the two
bodies is now wholly sympathetic and
fraternal.
SECRETARY DENBY AND HIS
COMRADES SET SAIL
Members Naval Class of Eighty -One
On the Way to Manila
Portsmouth, Va., May 20. (By the
Associated Press). The transport
Henderson sailed today for the Orient
with Secretary Denby and members
of the Naval Academy class ofeighty ofeighty-one
one ofeighty-one for a reunion1 in Manila.
GILCHRIST IS NOT
GAINING GROUND
Senator Trammel! Receives Assurance
Of Support from All Parts
Of the State
Lakeland, May 20. Senator Park
Trammell, in commenting upon the
political situation,... said that everyi
mail is bringing to him many assur assurances
ances assurances of support and favorable re reports.
ports. reports. He says that every indication is
that he has a big lead in every county
in Florida, just the same as six years
ago when his opponent did not carry
a county in the state. In referring to
the article- appearing in some of the
newspapers bearing a Jacksonville
date line to the effect that Gilchrist
was gaining ground, Senator Tram Trammell
mell Trammell said:
"That news story was sent out by
Gilchrist's campaign manager to a
number of papers and some of them
turned it over to me instead of pub-H
lishing it. As a matter of fact, Gil Gilchrist
christ Gilchrist is not making any headway in
his campaign and has but very little
support in the state."
CALIFORNIA'S ORANGE
CROP IS COLOSSAL
In Spite of Damage From Wind And
Cold, It is Over Thirteen
Million Boxes
Washington, May 20. (Asociated
Press). Shipments from the Califor California
nia California orange crop total about thirteen
million fifty thousand boxes, accord according
ing according to final estimates received today
by the department of agriculture. The
oss due to wind damage last Decem
ber was two million and a quarter
boxes and to the freeze of January
seven million two hundred thousand
boxes. These losses of nine million
four hundred and fifty thousand boxes
is estimated at 42 per cent of produc
tion.
MRS. VAN BRUNT
Inverness, May 20. Mrs. R. W
Van Brunt, wife of Prof. R. W. Van
Brunt of the Inverness high school,
died in a hospital in Philadelphia, fol
lowing an operation, Thursday.
MILK WAGON WILL
BE DISCONTINUED
After Sunday's delivery we wil
discontinue our milk wagon. Milk can
be had at any of the Whittington &
Phillips U-Serve Stores. Full milk 15
cents per quart. Buttermilk 8 cents
per quart. Table butter 50 cents per
pound. Cooking butter 25 cents per
pound. Ice cream deliveries will be
made as formerly announced.
18-3t Marion Country Creamery Co. j
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 phone 579.
DTIRAND & MRASEKL

J 17-6t 210 S. Osceola St.

Will Appear Before the Senate Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Committee and Give It
Benefit of His Opinion

Washington, May 20. (Associated
Press). The invitation to Thos. A.
Edison to appear before the Senate
agriculture committee for examination
in connection with the committee's
investigation of proposals for de developing
veloping developing Muscle Shoals was accepted
today by Mr. Edison.
CARAWAY STAYS ON DAUGHER DAUGHER-TY'S
TY'S DAUGHER-TY'S TRAIL
A declaration that Attorney Gener General
al General Daugherty should resign from of office
fice office and not further embarrass the
administration was made in the Sen Senate
ate Senate today by Senator Caraway, dem democrat,
ocrat, democrat, of Arkansas, during a renewal
by Caraway of the discussion of Mr.
Daugherty's alleged connection with
the release from the Atlanta peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary of Charles W. Morse.
ROOSEVELT REFUSES
Acting Secretary of the Navy
Roosevelt today, announced he had de declined
clined declined the application of the national
woman's party for the use of naval
facilities in broadcasting addresses to
be delivered tomorrow at the dedica dedication
tion dedication of the party's headquarters here.
The application was denied, Roosevelt
said, on the broad ground that such
use would contravene the naval order
against employment of the naval radio
for political purposes.
R. R. MAGNATES ARRIVING
Leading railway executives of the
country are arriving today for the
White House dinner conference to tonight
night tonight to which they were invited by
President Harding.
FLORIDA SECRETARIES
MEET IN ST. PETERSBURG
The third annual convention of the
Florida State Commercial Secretaries
Association will be held in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, June 2nd and 3rd. Tho' it is
called a convention, this annual
gathering of the secretaries and as
sistant secretaries of the chambers of
commerce and boards of trade of
Florida is in reality a school, in which
are taken up subjects of importance
to the secretaries, their organizations
and communities, and to the state at
arge. Then there is the "Question
Box," which is a medium thru which
the secretaries may present for con
sideration some- particular problem.
This year the presidents of the va various
rious various commercial organizations in tne
state are especially invited to attend
the sessions of the convention and to
take part in all discussions. Assistant
secretaries are now eligible for mem
bership in the association and all as assistant
sistant assistant secretaries "are urged to at
tend. The presidents, secretaries and
assistant secretaries are all urged to
attend with their wive sand best girls.
The St. Petersburg Chamber of
Commerce has arranged a most at
tractive program of entertainment.
On Friday; June 2nd, there will be a
luncheon with the St. Petersburg
Rotary Club, compliments of the
Tourist News. .There will be a sep
arate luncheon for the ladies on this
day. On Saturday afternoon there
will be a trip to the beach, a shore
dinner at Pass-a-Grille and a dance.
The subjects to be discussed at this
year's convention will be "Small Town
Chambers of Commerce"; "Financing
and Membership"; "Freight Traffic";
Functions" of a County Chamber of
Commerce"; "Advertising Without
Traceable Results"; "The Florida De
veloDment Board Its Purposes and
Plans'.': "Chamber Efficiency with a
Srrall Staff 'r; and there will be an ex
hibit of office forms.
All secretaries v assistant secretaries
and presidents, whether members of
the association or not, are being urged
to attend the convention fn St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. The most successful and long longest
est longest in service of the commercial sec secretaries
retaries secretaries in Florida are numbered
amone the members of the association

and its believed that if these men J Hunter and Mayo reviewed their work
find the organization worth while and t in the last session, while Messrs.
profitable, the other secretaries and Hocker and McGahagin, having no re re-assistant
assistant re-assistant secretaries will find it worth cord in this direction, told what they
while also. j would try to do if they were favored
1 with the nomination.
CALVARY j All the speeches were eagerly list-
Calvary, May 18. The farmers are ened to by the audience, so whatever
through shipping beans in this sec-; the count of votes at Sparr may; show
tion and are busy picking and hauling V election day, no one can say that
tomatoes. ine did not nave an attentive hearing.
Miss Ruby Miller returned from During his introductory remarks
Clearwater Sunday. I Mr. Payne injected many reminis-
Mr. Leon Sullivan is spending this cences of the earlier political contests

week with his eousin, Randolph Mor
ri3on,
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Barnes had the
misfortune of having a thief steal
some of their chickens,
RED CROSS SHOES
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Sheriff of St. Johns County Nabbed
Big Load of Liquor In The
Ancient City

St. Augustine, May 20. (By the
Associated Press.) Sheriff Boyce and
his deputies captured an incoming
liquor craft and 120 cases of choicest
brands within the city limits at "dawn
today. The rum runners deserted the
boat when the were warned of the ap approach
proach approach of the officers by a pistol shot
fired by one of their guards, and cut
the vessel adrift. The sheriff waded
out neck deep and pulled the boat in.
The sheriff destroyed 100 cases of the
liquor and kept twenty cases for evi evidence.
dence. evidence. SPARR'S WELCOME TO
THE CANDIDATES
Sparrites,' as usual, covered them themselves
selves themselves with glory in the manner in
which they entertained their" guests,
the candidates for county offices and
their friends, at the gathering held
there Friday.
It was the first campaign picnic of
the 1922 season, and though every everybody
body everybody in the community was busy head
over heels gathering cantaloupes, to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes and other vegetables for ship shipment,
ment, shipment, a good crowd greeted the candi candidates
dates candidates on this occasion.
Shortly before the noon hour Mr.
James Thomas, executive committee committeeman
man committeeman for the district, rapped the gavel
on the front porch of the school house
and announced that a portion of the
program would be pulled off before
dinner.
Mr. J. N. Simmons of Sparr, and j
Dr. R. D. Ferguson of Reddick, as aspirants
pirants aspirants for the position of member of
the school board from the third dis district,
trict, district, presented their claims for the
suffrage of the people at the polls at
the June democratic primaries.
At this juncture the "dinner signal"
was sounded, and the crowd moved to toward
ward toward the heavily laden tables erected i
under the oaks just north of the j
school. house. After Rev, A: M.; Man
of the Citra Methodist church. had i
asked divine blessings on the assem assemblage,
blage, assemblage, everybody "set too." The Star
man on the grounds doesn't feel com competent
petent competent to 'attempt a write-up of the
good; things thered isplayed for the
comfort of the inner man, only to say
that Sparr kept up her reputation of
many'years standing.
The afternoon "program was in
charge of Marion's silver-tongued ora orator'
tor' orator' Marion L." Payne! of the Fairfield
section, who Svas delegated to intro introduce
duce introduce the speakers apd act as master
of ceremonies. K
Mrs. Julia D. -Turner, the only lady
aspirant for political honors at. the
coming primary, and whose hbme is
at Sparr. was invited to the speaker's
stand, and told her friends, and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors and the other voters, present that
she wanted their support, for the po position
sition position of supervisor of registration.
Though this was Mrs. Turner's .first
appearance in the political arena, she
made a splendid address and convinc convinced
ed convinced her hearers that she was in dead
earnest in her efforts to secure the of office.
fice. office. ...
Then followed the other two candi
dates for the office of supervisor of
registration, Messrs. A. J. Stephens
of Sparr, and S. J. MeCully of Fel Fellowship.
lowship. Fellowship. Mr. E. H. Hopkins presented his
: claims tor member 01 tne Doara 01
. a. m
. county commissioners irom tne nrm
i district, making no promises except
that he would do his duty as he ajy it
if elected. He said he was a good
roads advocate and would devote spe
cial attention to that feature of the
county's affairs.
Messrs. Hocker, Hunter Mayo and
McGahagin, legislative aspirants, then
had their say, telling the voters of the
many things they would do for their
constituency in the state legislature
' if given the opportunity. Messrs.
j" Marion county which were very in-
teresting to. his hearers.
Mr. E. L. Carney was called on for
a EDeech after the candidates had
completed the presentation of their
claims. He" also "reminisced" on the
earlier struggles of Marion county
J democracy, and only seemed, to strike
one discordant note, and r that
When he declared- himself opposed to
capital removaL--. He said, that he did

Reinstated This Morning After a Long
Rest en the Moonara
- Bench -

Chicago, May,, 20. (By. Associated
Press). Babe Ruth and Bob1 Meusel
of the New York Yankees, were rein reinstated
stated reinstated today by Baseball Commission Commission-er
er Commission-er Landis. The home ran kind is now
eligible to start a drive for 1922 slug slugging
ging slugging honors in this afternoon's gam
with the St. Louis Browns at New
York. -0.; :: --. ;
DIAMOND UP TO DATE
Ty Cobb is in second place in the
A.merican League in batting with n
average of .413. Sisler of St, Louif
is leading in the National witk -44&
Sisler is the leading run score? witJi
34, and the leading base stealer" wit!v
15, also leading is total bases wfcfcSi. -Williams
of St. Louis, is kadinjr ia
home runs with 11. Griffith, of Brook Brook-lyn,
lyn, Brook-lyn, is the leading hitter far the JT JT-tional
tional JT-tional with a percentage of -flT.
Hornsby is leading in total. k&seM
with 67Bigbee and Carey, ct JFftta JFftta-burg,
burg, JFftta-burg, are tied for base stealing hossrt
with six each. Bancroft, New Yerfc,
is the leading run scorer with 27. Th4
averages include games up to and in-
eluding Wednesday. v ;.
not believe -the capital would ever bo
removed rtmits present location, ac accept
cept accept in caaethere' was a division tt
the stateV wbjch would probably sever
occur. - ' i
Mr. Payne announced that ther
would be a meeting for the purpose, of
hearing the candidates at Fairfield on
the evening of June 2nd at 8 o'clock.
So the political propagandists will
likely go directly to Fairfield from the
Fellowship picnic which takes plaea
on that day.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, May 17 Mr. and. line
Garrett of Bainbridge, Ga, have mov moved
ed moved in at the Side Camp. Mr. Garrett
is woodsman for the Ball Naval Storer
Co.? JWe are.'glad to ; welcome them ia
our midst. ,
'.. Mr. anfl Mrs, C. R. Curry and
daughter, Thelma, attended the com commencement
mencement commencement exercises of the Micanopy
high sehool Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards V and
sons of Ocala were' guests of Mrs. V.
P. Pmith Sunday. j: ..
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mathews; of Ta-
coroa, were visiting relatives heie
Sunday. ..-"
Mr .and Mrs. W. J. Morris and baby
of High Springs were week end guests
of: Mrs. C. M. Smith.'
5 Mr. John McKinney and bride of
Jacksonville are. spending a few days'
at the home of; their parernVJlr. T. J.
McKinney.' ,;- ;
Mr. and MrsJ. O. Tyson and ion.
John, spenk. Sunday-at Grandin, going
over tp, see Mr Tyson's sister, Mrs.
Mary, Seigler, who is quite sick. 1
Mr. Randal Reddick and mother
and Miss Lonie Clancy of Ebenexer,
attended services here Sunday.
Quite. a number from this neighbor
hood and Mr. and Mrs. John. B. Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins and son, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Ban and Mr. Tom Jonnson of Mica Micanopy,
nopy, Micanopy, enjoyed a fish fry on Mud Pond.
Monday. Fish were "plentiful, and
they were fried to a turn. With hot
grits, cornbread, coffee and the other
tempting, viands the. : lunch baskets
yielded made a tempting dinner in indeed
deed indeed and every one ate to their great greatest
est greatest capacity and "there were many
f baskets of fragments" left over.
Mr. Phillip Anderson of Ebenezer
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. C
R: Curry.
Rev. Gny of Williston fiHed his reg regular
ular regular appointment here Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon and his subject was "Mother.'
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, Mag 19 Mrs. O. S. Sand Sanders
ers Sanders is up af tef a week's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prine and Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Howell of Gamesvffle
were the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. B-Blhch. t ;
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant and Leon Leon-and
and Leon-and Lindsay Fant spent Sunday at
Morriston. V;
Mrs. Dollie Blitch and Messrs.'
Landis and Loonis Blitch attendjed
services in Ocala Sunday morning.
Miss Lillian Blitch entertained tho
Jolly Jokers Club and a few addition additional
al additional friends Wednesday afternoon. lea
cream and home made candies were
served the guests. The club will
meet with. Miss Nellie Prine May 31.
BARGAINS, BARGAINS
1 Bukk Roadster.
Buick five-passenger Touring.
Willis-Knight' 6-passenger Touring.
All in good condition. Take a look
at these. S?ENCER-PED HI CX Motor
Col, Phone i.Ocala,. ZlS-tZ.



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Jackson was melodiously barking for OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
the show. So we separatedpPurself
from a dime, and guided by Miss (Evening Star May 20, 1902)
Mamie Sue Spencer went in to see j An adjourned meeting of the State

Zola. Now, then, Zola is a most sur- j Association of County Commissioners
prising mystery one that will give-0f Florida will be held in Ocala June
you a delicious scare and cause you to j 1 7th, to transact any business that
do mental gymnastics. Miss Frances i mo..

1 Clark is another attraction of this 1 Fortv phn1rs of th nrimonr Hp-

show, tfyou don't see it this evening j partment of the armory school left
you will never forgive yourself. thig morning for Marean Springs to
Right across the midway was a j enjoy a dayg outing and to celebrate
platform, a skating rink without a the ciosing Qf school .Two big wagons
rim, on which that artist on skates, transported the pupils who were chap-

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SOME CARNIVAL

Last night, about eight o'clock, we
went, around to the carnival that the
American Legion Post and the Mar Mar-'
' Mar-' ion. County Hospital are giving for
two evenings in the open space be between
tween between the armory and East Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. There we enjoyed ourself for
an hour and were ready to say "Some
Carnival"- when we came away.
The first and most observable feat

ure -from the Broadway side was the

open-air dining room with the side of
the Christian church for a backstop,
where theladies of the Legion Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary were serving eats on the cafe cafe-taria
taria cafe-taria plan. Being somewhat bewild bewildered
ered bewildered by the .variety of viands, we told
Mrs. Dumas to give us as much as we
looked like we could pay for, and on
receiving the check for a well-filled
platter we allowed that the lady had

judgment. The open-air dining room
'exactly fitted the balmy evening, and

the food was excellent and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. Don't forget the same
entertainment this evening"at the same
place.
Having fortified ourself sufficiently
for at least six hours, we strolled on
up the gentle incline toward the arm armory.
ory. armory. Scarcely were we out of the
dining room gate when we came upon
a little tent, labeled "Fortune Teller."
We are crazy about fortune telling.
We havejiad ours told eight times in
the last fourteen years each differed
from the. other, and some of the
things told in them have come to pass.
They had to. There was an air of
mystery about the tent and peeking
thru a crack between its wall and the
door flap we saw a small, well-shaped
foot, encased in a moccasin. Now, we
don't mean that a moccasin snake had
" swallowed the foot, but that the foot

was elegantly done up in a moccasin
shoe. Get us? It took no Sherlock

Holmes ta deduce that the fortune
teller waan Indian princess a good-

looker if she matched the foot. We

stuck an eye thru the crack and lamp

ing her found our diagnosis was cor

rect. Pocahontas had nothing on her.
Ahem. We wish that last sentence to
be construed according to twentieth

century slang and not mid-Victorian

English. The princess was charm

ingly arrayed in feathers, beads, warn

pum, buckskin, Thomashawk and
scalping knife, and if she had no

scalps it was because, she cared not

to take them. She bade us be seated

and let her scan our palms. But first j
we wanted to know the tariff. She
said that was with us. There was ai
dainty basket by her side it was
artistically woven of reedy grass and
bespangled with beads, or it if wasn't
it should have been, and in it reposed
half a dollar. We thought half a for fortune
tune fortune was all we deserved, so slipped
"to the princess two bits. We were
glad she didn't look at the backs of
our hands, for we haven't been to the
manicure lately. The princess looked
at our hands and told us an entirely
new fortune. Her wit and wisdom are
equal to her good looks. We looked at
her hands and thought what good
holding they would make, and so
thinking kept on looking and listening
until she rather abruptly asked if we
haefn't had enough good fortune for
twenty-five cents. We would tell her
name but from the flash of her eyes
we guess we better hadn't. Go see
her this evening and judge for your your-.
. your-. self.
At the next booth, Mrs. O. E. Cox
and Jtfrs. Harvey Clark were dispens-
ins soft drinks at a nickel a throw.

, Seemed like their goods were better
than such drinks at other places.
Don't forget to wet your goozle at
their stand this evening.
At the next booth was "Zola." We
couldn't pass this up, because, first,
Zola used to Was one of our favorite
authors, and, second, Miss "Margaret

Elwood Raymond, was doing stunts.

How he managed to stunt on such a
stunted space we wot not. Go this
evening and see if you can wot.
Further on was a booth where three
charming young ladies had a scheme.
We can't tell about their scheme; and

they threatened us with vengeance
dire if we told about them. All the
same its a very attractive and inter interesting
esting interesting place; be sure and visit it this
evening.
Across the midway again, Miss
Marshall, Mank Camp and Spencer
Cullen have a skeleton. As a matter
of fact they have a skeleton apiece, but
we hope they will not be visible to
anything but the X-ray for many
years. But they have in their booth
an extra skeleton, which i3 interest interesting
ing interesting to the anatomist and the archaeol archaeologist.
ogist. archaeologist. It will also interest you if you
look it on it this evening. It's a peace peaceable
able peaceable skeleton, doesn't seem to care a
darn who looks at it, so, view it and

muse on how you will look in 2022 A.
D.
Next door to the skeleton, and en entirely
tirely entirely imperturbed by the vicinity of
the grisly remnant of mortality, Miss
Mary McDowell was selling ice cream.
Miss Mary is very kind-hearted and
we hear that late last night, after the
show, she slipped into the. skeleton's
tent and offered it an ice cream cone.
Ask her about it. Her cream was de

licious and she will have some more
there this evening.
Back across the midway is a booth
presided over by Mrs. R. L. Anderson
Jr. and Mrs. Parker, two of our charm charm-ingest
ingest charm-ingest young married ladies. They
presided over the grab bag. We are
afraid of most grab bags. We grab grabbed
bed grabbed into a bag once and caught a pos possum,
sum, possum, and it took the help of two able able-bodied
bodied able-bodied friends to turn him loose. This
grab-bag. however, is all to the mer
ry. Grab it this evening while the
grabbing is good.

Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Misses Ruth Er-

vin and Ernestine Brooks presided

over the punch bowl, filled with or

angeade. This is the drink Floridians

made before they began handling lem

ons to each other. Properly concoct

ed, it has lemonade and limeade tied

to the post. Mrs. Carroll Fraser and

Miss Carrie Barco will preside this

evening, lhey- should be able to sell
a coupla washtubs full.

At the head of the midway was the

cat alley," where Mrs. Harold and

Mrs. R. T. Adams give you smart lit little
tle little cats, able to stand on their hind
legs, provided you are smart enough
to catch them. Visit Cat Alley this

evening and acquire a good-looking,
well behaved little cat.

Vaudeville and Minstrel
In the meantime, in the armory, the

boys were giving a jolly minstrel and

the girls some clever vaudeville skits.
The young ladies' part of the show

was carried out by the following:

Opening chorus: Ruth Collins, solo

ist; Jess Dehon, Delia Livingston, bid-

ney Cullen, Genevieve Haile, Christine
Close, Mildred Bullock, Annie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Cornelia Dozier.
Second: Pauline Schaeffer, Mea

JDozier Haile, Annie MacKay, Ruth

Collins, Bettie Cole.'
Fourth: Ruth Simmons, Elizabeth
Bennett.
Fifth: Maude Little, soloist; Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Chazal, Alice Cullen, Elizabeth
Murray, Marion Meffert, Violet Jones,
Emmie Haile.
Sixth: Louise Spencer, Margaret
Hocker, Catherine Pyles.
Dollie Potter announced the num numbers.
bers. numbers. All of whom performed prettily.

The performers in the boys' min minstrel
strel minstrel were George Howell, Ed Burn Burn-man,
man, Burn-man, T. J. Smith. William Altman,
Nathan Mayo Jr., Frank Gates,
Claude Barnett, James Ellis, Jim
Knight Jr., Dudley Cole. They gave

fa mighty fine perf prmance.

The house was packed, and many
who couldn't get in were on the side

walks. Toward the last, the hall be became
came became uncomfortably warm and the

doors were opened. This trouble will

not occur tonight as fans will be in installed.
stalled. installed. BE PRESENT THIS EVENING
The vaudeville and minstrel will be
presented by the same smart young
entertainers this evening. The per performance
formance performance will begin at 7:30 with vau vaudeville
deville vaudeville by the girls. Then will follow
the boys' minstrel, and the girls will
w"nd up with some vaudeville.
It's a good show for a good cause,
and vou should see it if you can.

eroned by Miss Stevens and Miss Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Dr. A. L. Izlar has been appointed
one of the twenty delegates from
Florida to attend the United States
Tubercular Congress to be held in
New. York June 1.
(Evening Star May 20, 1912)

Dr. Henry of Lake Weir was in
town today in his automobile, coming
up to look after some details for the
big Lake Weir Yacht Club house house-warming
warming house-warming to be held on the 24th.
Prof. J. H. Workman will as usual
spend most of his summer vacation

at his old home in Tennessee.
Mr. E. P. Rentz has just closed a
deal with the Upchurch Land Co. for
75,000 acres of timber lands.

SHADY

Shady, May 18. Tomatoes and can-H

taloupes are on the move now. Times
are lively here.

Among the visitors at church Sun Sunday
day Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Brown
and children, Miss Lily Gaskin and
friend of Stanton, Mr. Jim Adams of
Belleview and Mrs. O. L. Gaskin of
Summerfield.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips and little
son and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Phillips of
Ocala were Sunday afternoon visitors
at Spring Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl attended
preaching at the Methodist church in
Ocala Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Zeigler and

children of Moultrie, Ga., and Mrs.
Erie Philips and little son, Erie Jr., of
Luke City, are visiting their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A .R. Douglas this
week.N
Mrs. J. A. Manly of Tampa arrived
Sunday and joined Mr. Manly at their
farm here for a fe wdays' rest' and
recreation.
Mr, A. R. Douglas Jr. of South
Lake Weir, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with home folks.
Messrs. Finn Jones, J. W. Jones,
Leslie Douglas, J. P. Zeigler, Junior
Zeigler and G. E. Zeigler, Mrs. Zeig Zeigler,
ler, Zeigler, Mrs. Phillips and Misses Arloine
Krohn, Hattie Fujton and Vivian
Douglas and a goodly sprinkling of
children went out to Silver Springs
Sunday afternoon to show the visitors

the famous springs and to get some
kodak pictures.
Mrs. D. E. Ulmer and Mrs. Krohn

Sr. with Mr. Clarence Krohn went to

Orlando Sunday to visit Mrs. Bert
Krohn at the hospital there.
While times are good we hope our
people will "catch a vision' o'f the
future when people seeing the advant advantages
ages advantages of this section may desire to. lo locate
cate locate among us arjd will naturally ask
as to the' school advantages we can
offer them. Let's look the school sit situation
uation situation in this community squarely 4n
the face and see if we are doing our
best. One-teacher schools get very
small recognition these days, when
they are so thickly situated as ours
and we lose caste as a community if

we permit our school to be broken up

and trucked to Ocala. This is one of

the very best communities in Marion
county and we hope to live to see it
take up the school question seriously
and build a school here to be proud of
and that our children will be proud of.

Baptist 1
Rev. C. L. Collms, D. D., Pastor j
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
7 p. m. Junior, Intermediate and
Senior B..Y. P. U.
No preaching services, either morn- ;

ing or night," this Sunday, the pastor j

being in attendance at the Southern
Baptist Convention.

Methodist
C. W. White; Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.
Duval, superintendent.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject of
sermon, "Even as Christ Forgave Ye
So Also Do Ye."
7 p. m. Epworth League in the
basement.
8 p. m. Preaching. Subject, "What
Shall I do With Jesus?"
We have saved a place for you.

Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Fifth Sunday After Easter
7:30 a. m.T Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "As We Journey
Though Life, Let Us Do Some Good
by the Way."
8 p. m. Evening prayer and ad address.
dress. address. All cordially invited.
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Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol followed
lowed followed by sermon by pastor. Subject,
"Religious Snobbery."
6:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor.

7 p. m. Senior Endeavor.
8 p. m. Preaching. Subject, "Con "Conversion,
version, "Conversion, Its Meaning, How Effected,
Results Contemplated."
A cordial welcome to all the serv serv-ices
ices serv-ices in' this church.
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Presbyterian

Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon, "The Doctrine of Christ."
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Sermon, "The Mind of Christ."
A cordial invitation is extended to
everyone.
Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
. Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m,
Church of Christ
(North Magnolia Street)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
8 p. m. Bible lesson.
AI lare invited to meet with this
congregation.
Christian Science Society
Room 5," Merchant's Block

t 1
9:45 a. m.--Sunday school. j
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject )
of lessonsermon, "Soul and Body."
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily' except Sundays.
North Ocala Union Sunday School

A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.

m. visitors welcome.

NICKELS, DIMES and QUARTERS
MAKE THE DOLLARS
The one who is too blfi (o do little thiu&s well is
generally to small to do Li things. It's the regu regular,
lar, regular, systematic saving of the nickels, dimes and
quarters that makes the great accumulation of dol dol-dollars.
dollars. dol-dollars.
Open a Saving Account here NOW, and see how
your money will increase at 4 per cent. Interest.

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

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To the Motoring Public and Users ol Gasolene and Oil:
We have purchased Mack Taylor s filling
station, corner Main arid Washington streets,
opposite post office, where we will continue to
serve you with the high grade Texaco Gas and
Motor Oils.

PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
OCALA FILLING STATION

CARROLL FRASER, Mgr.

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Reserved for You
ilnd your guests. That's one of our
greatest assets among the regular
diners. We always have a table wait waiting.
ing. waiting. The cuisine is strictly high class.
We appeal to the inner man and serve
ypu with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
at
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FAIRFIELD

USED CAR BARGAINS

One-ton Ford truck in grst class
shape, $3GrO.

Maxwell tourine car v:'.h Bosch : ir.gton

magrneto, $75.
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,
17-6t Phone 129.

Fairfield, May 17 Our farmers are
still busy with their truck. Cukes and
beans are about done; but tomatoes
are beginning to move and melons will

be ready to move by the time toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes are over.

There was a box supper given at

the Baptist church last night. The
proceeds went for the repair of the

church. The Baptists are arranging
to put a bell on their house or worship.
Our burg is pretty well represented

by tomato packers.

Mr. E. H. Hopkins made a flying

trip to Ocala Tuesday evening.

Air. re. uantzier oi ucaia was a

caller Tuesday.

Miss Mabel Green is the guest of
Misses Zora and Lilian Fant this

week.

Mr. J. C. Smoak and Mr. H. J. Cri-

der made a business trijto Micanopy
Tuesday.
We are sorry to report that Mr. H,
J. Jernigan is on the sick list.
We are rejoicing over a good show show-r
r show-r Tuesdav afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Austelle have as their
-quests this week their sister, Mrs.

Lohr of Lakeland. j
We are sorry to report that Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Mixsqn are still unable toj
gret around.
Mr. W. T. Taylor and wife of Flem-.

were callers Saturday.

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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
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain-,
ment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, 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 Butter 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. 0. K. Teapot Grocery, Ollie Mordis and Pasteur &
Brown Market.
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threat. Office ore? 5 and 10 cent store.
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After havir.g been confined to her
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pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
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te my own room, and this evening I
have commenced to write. I can't fin finish
ish finish it tonight of course. Vut I have
tomorrow, and still tomorrow. (I have
FMMlEOEEtlEilS
(Political Agvertiseinents)
"OWN A SPOT OF GROUND SOMEWHERE." Carnegie
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LOCATION This grand estate is located in Marion County, in the
' heart of one of the very best agricultural sections of the whola State
"of Florida. About 10 miles north of Ocala, the county seat; right on
the Dixie Highway and Fairfield hard road, one mile from (Lowell) a
good little town on the Atlantic Coast Line and where one of the
largest and best equipped tomato packing plants in th eentire State
is just about completed. In fine neighborhood, close to school and
churches. Over 700 acres cleared in grass and cultivation. The im improvements
provements improvements on this splendid estate are well distributed, makjng it an
ideal subdivision proposition. Will sell you any amount of this good
Hammock, Marion County land that you want. In fact we always
sell to suit our customers. You can buy from ten (10) acres on up.
MARION COUNTY is very generally acknowledged to be the best
all around agricultural county in Florida. Its supremacy has been
proven time and again at fairs and by the records of the State Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture. And there is no duobt about this being the best
agricultural section of the whole county. The land iiT this part of
Marion County is the same to Florida that the rich blue grass lands
are to Kentucky. There is lots of land in Florida that we would not
want and neither would you. But we do'say that this land is all we
claim for it and even more. Written words cannot do this place justice.
You must see it to apprecite what it really is. We invite the closest
inspection for we know the more you look the more you will want
to call it YOUR OWN. Ask those who KNOW and they will tell you
this is one of the best farms in the whole county. It would take
volumes to tell of thfc section of the state, the fertility of the soil, the
raising of stock at less than one-half of the expense in the northern,
middle and western states, the wonderful climate, etc If you are
from Missouri we can "show you." Seeing is believing.
THE SAFEST PLACE in all the universe to put your dollars is in
the bosom of Old Mother Earth. It won't rust, decay or get out of
style; good today and better tomorrow. Your population is increasing
rapidly all the while, no more earth being made and what we have
is not stretching one bit. People have got to have homes. The in increased
creased increased values that are just as sure to come as you exist today will
pay you handsome dividends on the dollars invested in this good earth,
in addition to the handsome yield from crops, stock, etc.

THE NOTED SILVEH TONGUED AUCTIONEER,
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SUBDIVIDED;

lammoek Land, Marion County, Florida

AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION

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IMPROVEMENTS The above cut is a good likeness of the main
residence of this magnificent estate. Contains eight nice large, airy
rooms, halls, veranda, porches and side porch screened in, concrete
walks, water works throughout the house, bath, lighting system, nice
approach among beautiful shade trees. You cannot help seeing this
beautiful two-story, Canary Colored Mansion House just as you cross
the Atlantic Coast Line and North in the "V" of the pikes and when
you see it you are bound to admire it and want to call it HOMIJ.
Splendid barn and all other necessary outbuildings. There is also on
these valuable holdings a splendid five-room bungalow, barns and
necessary outbuildings, also nice four-room cottage with barn and
other outbuildings; three good tenant house., etc. All of the houses
have water at door and plenty of stock water on the farm.

THIS PROPERTY is going to SELL for whatever it will bring with without
out without RESERVE, BY-BID or LIMIT. OUR CONTRACT CALLS FOR
BUT ONE PRICE and that is THE HIGH DOLLAR BID at the Auc Auction
tion Auction Sale. Opportunity is knocking at your door don't let it pass
you by. We are leaving it absolutely with YOU to say what these
valuable holdings are worth and when the last bid is made on sale day
Messrs. Howell and Munroe are going to make you a deed, let the re result
sult result be as it may. Both of these men are game to the core. Mr.
Howell's health will not permit him to run this large estate and Mr.
Munroe has all he can look after in his banking interests and other
business enterprises.. When this property goes under the hammer
on WEDNESDAY, M AY 24TH, at 10:00 A. M there will be no take
down to it. It is just as SURE TO SELL as you exist today and
YOUR PRICE IS GOING TO BE OUR PRICE.
TERMS ARE EXCEEDINGLY EASY and made known on day of
sale. Dinner on the ground. Join the crowd and attend this sale.
They will be there. Valuable prizes given away all during the sale.
They are on exhibition at the Munroe & Ctrambliss National Bank at
Ocala, Florida. Look theraover.
For firil particulars, blue prints, etc., etc., see, write or phone
either of the owners: T. T. MUNROE, OCALA, FLA, or C B.
HOWELL, LOWELL, FLA, or

COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, WILL CRY THIS SALE
Served on the Grounds

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j 1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
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1 1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
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A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of oar skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
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OCALA, FLORIDA

ONE WIEK LATER
At just that minute Mother came in.
to th room. I wish yon could have
seen her. My stars, bat she looked
pretty with her shining eyes and the
lovely pink ta her cheeks. A4 yomng
Honestly, I believe she looked younger
than I did that minute.
She Just. came and pat her arms
around ae and kissed me. and I saw
then that her eyes were all misty with
tears. She didn't say a word, hardly,
only that Father wanted te see me,
and I was to ge right down.
And I went
I thought, of course, that she was
coming, too. Bnt she didn't. And
when I got down the italrs 1 found I
was all alone ; but I went right on into
the library, and there was Father
waiting for me.
. He didn't say much, either, at first;
but just like Mother he put his arms
around me and kissed me, and held me
there. Then, very soon, he began te
talk; and, oh, he said such beautiful
things such tender, lovely, sacred
things; too sacred even to write down
here. Then he kissed me again and
went away.
But he came back the next day, and
he's been here some part of every day
since. And, oh, what a wonderful
week it has been!
They're going to be married. It's
tomorrow. They'd have been married
rlghtaway at the first, only they had
to wait something about licenses and

a five-day notice. Mother said. Fathers
fussed and fumed, and wanted' to try
for a special dispensation, or some something;
thing; something; but Mother laughed, and said
certainly not, and that she guessed it
was just aswell, for she positively had
to have a few things; and he needn't
think he could walk right in like that
on a body and expect her ta get mar mar-sled
sled mar-sled at a moment's notice. But she
didn't mean it. I know she didn't ; for
when Father reproached her. sh
laughed softly, and called him an old
goose, and said, yes. of course, she'd
have married him in two minutes if it
hadn't been for the five-day notice, no
matter whether she ever had a new
dregs or not
And that's the way It is with them
all the time. They're too funny and
lovely together for anything. (Aunt
Hattle says they're too silly for any anything;
thing; anything; but mobedy minds Aaat Hat Hattle.)
tle.) Hattle.) And, as I. said before, It is all per perfectly
fectly perfectly wonderful.
So it's all settled, and they're going
right away en this trip and call it a
wedding trip. And, of coarse, Grand Grandfather
father Grandfather had te get off Ms joke about
how he thought it was a pretty dan dangerous
gerous dangerous business; and to see that this
honeymoon dl4nt go into an eclipse
while they were watching the other
one. Bnt nobody minds Grandfather.
I'm to stay here and finish school.
Then, In the spring, when 'Father and
Mother come back, we are all to go to
Andersonrllle and begin to live in the
old house again.
Won't it be lovely? It just seems
toe good to be tra. Why, I don't care
a bit now whether I'm Mary or Marie.
Bat, then, nobody else does, either. In
fact, both of them call me the whole
name now, Mary Marie.' I don't think
they ever said they would. They just
began i to do it That's alL
How; about this being a love story
newf Oh, Tat so excited
CHAPTER IX.
Whloh Is the Teet.
ANDERSON VI LLE.
-LATER
TWELVE YEARS
.Twelve yean yes. And I'm twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight years old. Pretty old, little Mary
Mario of the long ago would think.
And, wall, perhaps- today I feel Jvat
as old as aha would, put it.
I came up into the attic this morn
ing to pack away some things I shall
no longer need, now that I am going
to leave Jerry. (Jerry is my husband.)
And in the bottom of my little trunk
I found this manuscript. I had forgot forgot-tos
tos forgot-tos that such a thing existed ; but with
its laboriously written pages before
me, It all came back to me ; and I be
gan to read; here a sentence; thsrs S
paragraph; somewhere else s pag
Tits, with a little half laugh and
half sos, I carried it to as old roexinj-
chair by the cobwebby dormer window,
and settled myself to road it straight
through.
And I havo road it.
Poor little Mary Marie I Dear little
Mary Marie I To meet you like this,
to share with you your Joys and sor
rows hooa and desnairs. of those
years. Ions ago. Is like sitting hand in
sand on a sofa with a childhood's
friaad, each listening to as eager "And
a tab rtnmberr fallina constantly
I from delighted lips that cannot seem
to talk Half fast enough.
It was almost dark when I had fin finished
ished finished the manuscript. It was written
on the top sheet of a still thick pad
of paper'and my ringers fairly tingled
suddenly, to go on and cover those
unused white sheets tell what hap happened
pened happened next tell the rest of the story ;
not for the sake r.f the story butfor
my sake. It niiitt help me. It might
make things clearer. It might help to
Justify myself in my own eyes. Not
that I have any doubts, of course
(about leaving Jerry, I mean), but that
when I saw it In Mack and whits I
sould he eves, mors convinced that I
was dotsg what wsA host for hlaa ss4
best for me.
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 108. tf
"T" '.,
Don Bey; "that good rigar." 19-10t

And the Way He Drew Her, Into Hia
Arms and Kissed Her.
so many tomorrows now And what
do they all amount to?) And so D
Just keep writing, as I have time, till
I bring it to the end.
I'm sorry that it must be so sad and
sorry an end. But there's no other
way, of course. There can be but one
ending, aa I can see. I'm sorry.
Mother'll be, sorry, too. She 'doesn't
know yet. I hate to tell her. Nobody
knows not even Jerry himself yet
They all think I'm Just making a visit
to Mother and I am till I write that
letter to Jerry. And then
I believe now that m wait till-Tve
finished writing this. Til feel better
then. My mind will be clearer, ni
know more what to say. Just the
effort of writing It down
Of course, if Jerry and I hadn't
But this is no way to begin. Like
the little Mary Marie of long ago I am
in danger of starting my dinner with
Ice-cream instead of soup! And so I
must begin where I left off, of course.
And that was at the wedding.
I remember that wedding as if It
were yesterday. I can see now, with:
Mary Marie's manuscript before ma
why it made so great an Impression
upon me. It was a very quiet wed wedding,
ding, wedding, of course just the members of
the family present. But I shall never
forget the fine, sweet loveliness of
Mother's face, nor the splendid
strength and tenderness of Father's.
And the way he drew her into his arms
and kissed her, after it was ail over
well, I remember distinctly that even
Aunt Hattle choked up and had to
turn her back to wipe her eyes.
They went away at once, first to
New Tork'for a day or two, then to
Andersonville, to prepare for the real
wedding trip to the other side of the
world. I stayed in Boston at school.
In the spring, when Father and
Mother returned, and we all went back
to Andersonville, there followed a long
period of Just happy girlhood, and. I
suspect I was too satisfied and happy
to think of writing. After all, I've no noticed
ticed noticed If a when we're sad or troubled
over something that we have that tin tingling
gling tingling to cover perfectly good white
paper with Vonfesslons" and "stories
of my life." As witness right now what
I'm doing.
I had Just passed my sixteenth birth birthday
day birthday when we all came back to live In
Andersonville. For the first few
months I suspect that Just the glory
and the wonder and Joy of living in
the old home, with Father and Mother
hsnnv tofftther. was enonirh to fill all
my thoughts. Then, as school began
in the fall, I came down to normal liv
ing again, and became a girl Just
growing girl In her teens.
Row patient Mother was, and Fatt
er, too! I can fee how gently and
tactfully they helped me over the
stones and stumbling-blocks that strew
the pathway of every sixteen-year-old
girl who thinks, because she has
turned down her dresses and turned-
up her hair, that she Is grown up, and
can do and think and talk as she
pleasea.
It was that winter that I went
through the morbid period. Like our
childhood's measles and whooping
cough. It seems to come to most of
as us women children. I wonder
why? Certainly it came to me. True
to type I cried by the hour over fan fancied
cied fancied slights from my schoolmates, and
brooded days at a time because Fath Father
er Father or Mother "didn't understand." I
questioned everything in the earth
beneath and the heavens above; and
in my dark despair over an averted
glance from my most Intimate friend,
I meditated on whether life was, or
was not, worth the living, with a pre preponderance
ponderance preponderance toward the latter.-
Mother dear mother! looked on
aghast. She feared, I think for my
life ; certainly .for my sanity and
morals.
It was Father who came to the res rescue.
cue. rescue. He pooh-poohed Mother's fears;
said ft was Indigestion that ailed ms,
or that I was growing too fast; or per perhaps
haps perhaps I didn't get enough sleep, or
needed, maybe, a good tonic He took
me out of school, and made it a point
to accompany me on long walks. He
talked with me not to-me about the
birds and the trees and the sunsets.
and then about tbe deeper things of
life, until, before I realized it I wa
sane and sensible once more, serene
and hp.ppv In the simple faith of ray
childhood.
(Continued Monday)
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making your dower garden and pot
plants bloom. It -is odorless and is
sold in 25c and 50c packages and 2
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Sweet milk at the Eagle Grocery
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ALBERT W. GILCHRIST
SEEDED BT FLORIDA ;
I!f THE IT. S, SEX ATS
Albert W. Gilchrist is a son of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. You are sons and daoghters of
Florida. Vote for your brother Albert.
No "Mellln's Food" Senator can claim
a second term- who defeated an able
Senator for a second term.
"A tree which bringeth forth act
?ood fruit is. cut down and cast Into
the Are." The same is true of an U. S,
Senator.
nilA)ll4l f A. km -
for Muster Shoals.
disabled ex-soldlars and ex-sailors nd
their dependents.
Gilchrist favors amending Federal
Aid Laws, to the end- that-State au authorities
thorities authorities may prescribe specifications
and materials, which would mean more
nlles of good roads ii Florida.
Gilchrist Will work for the U & to
enter the League of Nations, with vuclv
reservations as will safeguard the in-,
terests of our great country. Peace Peace-necessary
necessary Peace-necessary to prosperity. V
Gilchrist is for MORE' BUSINESS IX
GOVERNMENT and LESS GOVERN GOVERN-ATENT
ATENT GOVERN-ATENT IN BUSINESS. The U. & Treaa--.
ury should not be made the politician's
Christmas tree.
The inherent rights of the States and''
Individual citizens tnust be preserved.
Gilchrist Is a real Democrat; a plain,
business man and not a politician,'
Florida needs him In the U. 8. Senate.
HE MADE GOOD AS GOVERNOR:
WILL) MAKE GOOD AS SENATOR.
It's Gilchrist's time to WIN. Gilchrist
Is the people's man. He WILL .win.
FOR' OOTJNTT COMMISSIONER
(Fifth District )
To Marion County' Democrats:
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election u member of the board of
county commissioners from the fifth
district, subject-to the democratic pri primary
mary primary election. If. elected I ahall n-
deavor to do my duty as I see It in the
iuture as l have done In the xat.
Anthony, Fla. J. A. T AUTOS.
TOR- SCHOOL BOARD
Seeod -Dlatriet)
Make It an entirelv new .school boareT
by voting in the June primary for
AUBREY r RINK.
FOR CHOOL BOARD
(Third DUtrtet)
I hereby announce mvself a. oatuII.
date for school commissioner district
Xo. 3. subject to the democratic orl-
mary in June. Respectfully.
R. D. FERGUSON, -It D,
Reddick, Florida.
KOH COUSTf COatMlSSIOXK
m sn
(First District)
To the Democrats of tMarlon County:
I hereby announce mvselr m. iuiid.t
for re-election as member of the tooard
of county conrmisslonefs from th
District, subject to the will of the
democratic primary election to be held
on June 13th. If you elect tme I assure
you that 1 .will endeavor to efficiently
penorin me ouues or tne oznee. 1
R. BRUCE M&FF3&RT. :
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the Democratic Voters of Uarlrfsi
County: I wish to announce that I am
a candidate for member of the House
of Representatives from Marlon coun coun-ty,
ty, coun-ty, in roup two, and subject to the
action of the democratic primary to ba
held in June next.
F. R. HOCKER.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I twill be a candidate in the
ensuing primary for the nomination for
representative from Marion county La
the legislature. I will make the race
in group two. C W. HUNTER.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
(Greeip One)
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for representative of Marion coun county
ty county for the legislature of 1823-24. sub
Ject to the actions of the voters in the
coming democratic primary. Business
will-orevent me from makinar an active
campaign, and I can only promise aa I
did in the last session that I will handle
the affairs of the county and state ta
the same conservative and business
like way In which I would my own, and
at all times consider the best Interest
of the people. Your support would be
appreciated. NATHAN maio.
gurnmerneia. fu., apru n, iz.
Comfort and style in our Society
Brand and Fashion Park clothes. Ws
have a full line of the summer fabrics.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.. Y. it,
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If yoijLr battery
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wis goes for
every make cS
battery
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whether you want a car load or mere merely,
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Yes we are crowing about our special
Florida and Western Steaks.
riot Vegetable Dinner
Daily 50c.
.Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
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RIALTOCAFE
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.
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AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
PICNIC AT COOTER POND
A big political picnic and barbecue
will be held at Cooter Pond next
Thursday. There will be a baseball
game, plenty to eat and speaking by
.the candidates. Everybody is invited.
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the stiong stiong-est
est stiong-est companies in the land.
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NOTICE
Hemstitching and pecoting done on
short notice. All work guaranteed.
We furnish the thread. Singers and
other makes of machines for sale. We
carry needles, oil and parts for all
sewing machines. All repair work
guaranteed. Phone 502 green.
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local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Rev. Chas. H. Trout was a visitor
to Mcintosh last night where he
preached to the members of the Chris
tian church.
Sliced Wilson and Swift Hams at
the Eagle Grocery and Meat Market.
Phone 74. 19-8t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouH like it. tf
Mr. F. X. Pellicer of St. Augustine
arrived in Ocala Thursday and is the
guest of Rev. R. F. Brennan at the
Catholic rectory.
We keep the best Florida and West Western
ern Western Meats all the time, fresh and
clean. Eagle Grocery and Meat Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 74. 19-8t
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
Don't forget the elegant supper
that the ladies of the Methodist church
will serve for their friends in the base basement
ment basement of their church this evening.
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
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy.
18-tf
Mrs. Claude- Nelson and little daugh.
ter Jean, who have been with the for
mer's mother, Mrs. Mary Pooser, for
if. weeK, nave returned to tneir nume
t i i 1 1 i
in Jacksonville.
Elgin wrist watches at all prices,
THE BOOK SHOP. 19-3t
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
akes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
About twenty of the Boy Scouts
are enjoying the day in the country
today, starting out early this morning
with their Scout Master A. R. Cassil.
Mimeograph work and typewriting
promptly and accurately done by
Rhoda Rhody, public stenographer, at
room 5, Holder building, Ocala. Phone
558-Blue. 8-6t
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. 18-tf
Alex Woods, a former Ocala boy,
now residing in Jacksonville, stopped
in Ocala yesterday and today to visit
his parents. He left this afternoon for
Tampa.
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
Some new wrist watches
BOOK SHOP.
at THE
J9-3t
Mr. G. G. Maynard of Woodstock,
Mass., is in Ocala with his family lor
a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard and
family will probably return to Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts 'about the first of July.
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
Fashion's newest creations in So Society
ciety Society Brand clothes. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
Stationery makes a beautiful Gift.
We have some- new styles at THE
BOOK SHOP. 18-3t
Mrs. Kelsey of Stanton, one of the
efficient teachers in the Ocala high
school who has been making her home
with Mr.-and Mrs. G. T. Condreyhas
returned to her home on the lake.
Fashion Park clothes are made for
the man who cares! Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
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Western Pork Chops 33c
Mutton Shoulder 18c
Pork Shoulder 16c
Kingan's Sliced Bacon 42c
32c (5 and 6 pound strips)
AND SWIFT'S BAMS
and MEAT MARKET
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CAMPAIGN ITINERARY

The following appointment have
been made for democratic caxnpafin
meetings:
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 confusion
fusion confusion in dates.
Democratic Campaign Committee,
12-tf Ocala, Fla.
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist mis
sionary society will hold its regular
weekly meeting at the home Xf Mrs.
IT. M. Moore Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock.
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
Mr. R. S. Hall had the misfortune
last night to have his Buick car
stolen. Mr. Hall was enjoying the
benefit carnival and when he was
ready to leave he found that some one i
had taken his car. It jsrinsured.
Some new and desirable Jiangs in
SILVER at THE BOOK SHOP. 18-3t
The fire alarm thaf was turned in
about one o'clock was caused by a
blaze in a Ford that was standing in
front of Pete Costello's store. The
call was answered so quickly that the
fire did not have time to do any dam damage
age damage and the Ford reported O- K.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouH like ft, tf
Mrs. R. G. Blake returned last
night from West Palm Beach, where
she has been the guest Of her-daughter,
Mrs. C- W. Effinger, for the past
five months. Mrs. Blake had a der
lightful stay and says that Mr. gfr.
finger, who was so badly burned, is
now entirely recovered and well again.
Dancing at Silver Springs- every
Thursday evening. Davis orchestra
will furnish the music. J8-3t
See the new ELGIft wrist watches
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19,3t
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
( RATES under this heading: are as
follows: Maximum of six line one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts upyable
advance except to those who nave reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED Refined elderly women to
keep house for one adult, Good
home. Inquire 8 W. Broadway. 20tf
FO RRENT A hue, also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs, Emily
Green, 6Q Oklawaha avenue, phone
383, 20-6t
LOST Three White Leweiiyn severs.
One has black ears and blazed face;
two have smal black spot at root of
tail. Notify J. B. Christie at Chero Chero-Cola
Cola Chero-Cola Bottling Works, and receive
reward. 20-tf
WANTED Board and room for-two
adults and child in private family;
close in. ApplyJi the Star office. 3t
PROPERTY OWNERS Having lived
fpr jjiree years in Florida, I havs
numerous inquiries from my friends
for orange groves, farms, pecan
groves, .grazing, timber and truck
lands, farm properties, etc. Would
like" to hear direct from owners. J.
T. Blackley, 822 '.South Wabash
Ave., Chicago, 111. 16-2$
FOR SALC Ford worm drive truck
in first class condition; four good
tires. A bargain if sold at once. L.
E. Cordrey, 20 East Henry St. 186$
LOST On the street in Ocala May 12,
a small diary, 1922. Finder please
mail to C. R. Buck, 615 Grand Ave.,
Rochester, N. Y., and receive re re-ward.
ward. re-ward. 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. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., phone 8, Ocala,
Fla. 15-tf
WANTED White laborers for prate
mill and colored laborers for saw
mill. Arlo Box Co., Oak. 13-6t
FOR SALE Fiva fresh milk. cows n4
two nice Jersey heifers. See C. A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf
MIRRORS 8JSg?BB.
Florida Glass and Novelty Works,
218 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville,
Florida. tf.
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers wi.h box labels in one or
more colo:3 of ink at reasonable
prices cn short notice. Sthr" Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
BEGINNING TUESDAY MORNING
AT 8 O'CLOCK-PHONE
for messenger boys. Errands run, mes
sages and small packages delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city for 10 cents.
a'ls;-i The better you care for
your eyes the better
, your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

277

K. OF. P. PLAY A GREAT SUCCESS

Reddick, May Id. The play entitled
"Thote. Dreadful-Twins, given at the
ledge hall last night was a grand suc success.
cess. success. The players all played well and
the audience was well pleased. The
house was filled to capacity and many
were forced to go away without be-
ing admitted. The lodge realized a
nice sum from the proceeds and will
probably stage another play in the
near future. The lodge wishes to
thank all those who attended and
hopes they enjoyed it.
Mr. Thomas Walling and mother,
Mrs. Eugene Walling, brother and
mother of Mrs. J. J. Neighbour, who
have been spending the winter at
North Lake Weir, have recently pur purchased
chased purchased a place on the hard road be be-tweenthe
tweenthe be-tweenthe Pyles road and the Lake
Weir road, connecting these two. The
friends of the- Wallings will be de delighted
lighted delighted to know that they like Florida
so well that they will probably make
this their home. The place that they
have purchased belonged to a couple
by the name of Krohn, who came to
Florida from Wisconsin. Mr. Krohn
died recently and his wife is now in
Orlando.
Dancing at Silver Springs every
Thursday evening. Davis' orchestra
will furnish the music. 18-3t
Mr. Skiles died at an early hour last
night. Age about 68 years. Mr.
Skiles came to Ocala about fifteen
years ago" from Pennsylvania. He was
a plasterer by .trade but of late years
was in the insurance business. His
only living relative is a brother in
Pennsylvania. Mr. Skiles wag a kind
and obliging man. There will be a
short funeral service from the parlors
of C. V. Roberts & Co., Sunday at 4
o'clock. Interment jn Evergreen cem cemetery.
etery. cemetery. ...
REMINGTON. PORTABLE TYPE TYPEWRITERS,
WRITERS, TYPEWRITERS, Please sk to see one at
THE BOOK SHOP, 18-?t
Mack Taylor, the live wire Dodge
dealer, is certainly on the job these
days. Yesterday he received a car
load of Dodge touring ears, all of
which had been sold-before.. they ar
rived. The following are the purchas purchasers:
ers: purchasers: C- E. .Albertsofj, Weirsdale;
Pet Costello, Roger Ddd, Dr, J. fL
Therrifell and J. C- Jphnson, of Ocala.
In. a few days Mr, Taylor, will receive
a, carload of Podge toqring ears and
roadters and another, the end of the
month, orders for five ofwhich have
been taken this week. Since disposing
of his gasoline service station, Mr.
Taylor will be able, to give his entire
time to the selling of the cars for
which fee is giistribtuor.
.j,-
-j Albert's .Plant Food for flojyers; 25c
ind 50c. packages. Sokj at tiie Court
Pharmacy. ?8-tf
m
The building, bojom which has struck
Ocala at the present looks as tho it
will continue for the next eight
months. Several new homes are be?
ing planned ank others are already
uder construction. The. latest of
these is the bungalow of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Todd, the material for which
wp being hauled yesterday. This new
home will be located one of the
prettiest building sites' in town, at the
corner pf Tenth, and Alvarez, streets.
The plans gfepw small, attractive
bungalow, modern Wtvery way.
THE MOST MARVELOUS
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THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

Mr. F. B. Woodcock or Atlanta ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala this afternoon to spend
the week-end with his family, who
are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Woodcock's mother, Mrs. Jennie Cas Cassil.
sil. Cassil. Mr. Woodcock travels for the
Rogers Publishing Co. of Rochester,
N. Y., and has Georgia and Florida s
his territory, and while in the state
took this opportunity of spending a
couple of days with his family.
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
Work on the rebuilding of the pipe
organ at the Methodist church is pro progressing
gressing progressing rapidly and if there is no un un-forseen
forseen un-forseen delay it will be in operation
by the middle of July. The work is
in charge of Messrs. W. P. Wolf &
Son, Gainesville. The committee in
charge have the assurance that when
rebuilt under the present specifica specifications
tions specifications with the several improvements
added it will be one of the finest in instruments
struments instruments in the state.
Don Rey, "that good cigar," 19-10
Circle B of the Baptist church will
hold its regular weekly meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday 'afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Q. E. Cox on East Ok Ok-lawaha.
lawaha. Ok-lawaha. It is hoped that there will be
s. large attendance as there is special
busir.cal to be transacted.
Circle No. 4, which is composed of
the young ladies of the- Presbyterian
cnurch. will hold "a silver tea at the
home of Mrs." A. M. Withers "on East
Fort King Monday afternoon from
4:30 to 6:30 o'clock. All members and
friends of the church are invited to at
tend.
Mrs. E. J. Redding returned Thurs Thursday
day Thursday from Jacksonville, where she went
to attend the wedding of her grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Miss Genevieve Redding, to
Mr. Cook, which was solemnized on
Tuesday night.
Don Rey, '.'that good cigar." 19-10t
News has just been received of the
birth of a baby daughter to Mr, and
Mrs. John Williams of Atlanta. Mrs.
Williams has visited a number- qt
times in Ocala wjth Mrs. Chas. P.
Chazal and is well known as Miss
Beatrice Wlepicke of Jacksonville,
"COMB TO SUPPER-
Have you ever tried a Marion Maid
Supper? On May 26, 1922, you will
hove a chance. The .Business Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club invites you, from 6 to 8:30
p. m. Tickets, 75 cents. 17-6t

A 850.00 RINGSIDE SEAT FOR 50

SPORTING EVENT IN HISTORY. NOW fO BE
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A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO SEE IT,

CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING CONTEST

EVERY BLOW STRUCK 1CSTTDE SAUE ASIFyou

WERE IN A $50.00 SEAT AT JERSEY CITY.

THE WHIRLWIND SECOND ROUND WHEN THE CHAM
PIONSHIP NEARLY LEFT AMERICA.
TffE LIFE OF BOTH CONTESTANTS AND THE SECRETS : r
OF THEIR T8ANINg CAMPS. :

THEIR PRIVATE TRAINING STUNTS AND THE PIFFER

CRPEMTIER 'THE WONDER MAN AND DEMPSET TH5
MAN KILLER' AS THE PUBLIC NEVER SAW THEM,
THE BIGGEST CROWD EVER GATHERED TOGETHER
90,000 PEOPLE; $1,600,000.

HOW THE TREMENDOUS CROWD WAS PERFECTLY
AND SYSTEMATICALLY HANDLED WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT.

THE MANY NOTABLES PRESENT FROM ALL OVER
TRE VVQRLp.
THE RESULT Of gp CAIIERAS AND THE SLOW-MO
T ION CAMERA. - -
'KN0CK0UT' PUNCH AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF AND SEE.1YHERI IT LANDfD. FJVE REIS
OF TREMENDOUS INTEREST AND TER RIFICJACTIN tj. .

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in honest and conservative

courtesy, and the best banking service that it isv pos

purposes ever before us; we
the assurance of safetyand

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Grocery Supplies at
I NORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY

See a Few of

24-pound sack Self-Rising Flour..
. 12-pound sack Self-Rising Flour -Two
cans No. 2 Tomatoes

Campbell's Pork and Beans, 18 oz.
Welch's Gra pelade, 15 oz.. jar
10 oz. glass Orange Preserves
Q uaker Oat Meal, package . .
Gold Bar Apricots, 15 oz. can....
Irish Potatoes, peck
Vinegar only 1 barrel left J gallon
quart...
Quart Fruit Jars, per dozen.
All lOcUneeda Biscuits, package.
White Bacon- w :.-
Smoked Bacon..,..
Smoked Sausage. .... .

NORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY
Where there are good prices
' "V"- Accredit there's none,
" Orders of all sizea""
Delivered to everyone.
Phone P4ipiq 2?, Magnolia Slrfff

The Gift Shop
Factory Distributors
Baldwin Ellington
MANUAL0
Pianos & Players
Harrington Hall Corner
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