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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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A EV
ASSOCIATED
DISPATOmS
'LOCAL NEWS
' TO
PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST Unsettled tonight and Sunday, probably showers.
TEMPERATURES Thia morning, 70; thk afternoon,
3.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1822
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 125
Sun Rises Tomorrow,
Sets, 7:22

NO

5:25;

MUSCLE

SHOALS

AHEItlT MADE

the House Military Committee
And Copy at Once Sent To
Henry Ford

Washington, May 27. (Associated
.Press). A proposal for the develop development
ment development of Muscle Shoals was finally
agreed upon today by the House mili military
tary military committee after more than three
months of continuous investigation.
While the proposal is held in the
strictest confidence with regards to
the development of the different pro projects,
jects, projects, it was learned that the Gorgas,

Ala., steam plant was eliminated. In,
other respects the plan follows closely
the terms offered by Ford.
The proposal was drafted by the
committee and committee members
said it represented the plan it would
submit to all persons and interests
for accetpance, regardless of whether
they had already made an offer for
the properties. A copy was given to
Ford's representative who said he
would leave today for Detroit to con confer
fer confer with Ford and ascertain whether
Ford was willing toaccepte the terms
laid down by the committee.
DEVILING DAUGHERTY
Attorney General Daugherty was
again put under fire in the Senate to today
day today by Senator Caraway, who elab elaborated
orated elaborated on his charges that the depart department
ment department of justice had assigned Secret
Service men to shadow senators and
representatives and commenting fur

ther on the attorney general's letter

to Senator Watson, of Indiana, as to

Daueherty's connection with the

Morse pardon case.
FORMULAS FOR THE TACNA
ARICA DISPUTE

Formal announcement of definite

formulas settled upon by the Chilean

Peruvian conference here on the

Tacna-Arica question were made in a
joint statement today after the two

delegations had resumed their ses

sions for the first time in weeks.

SOUTH CAROLINA TOWN

SUFFERS FROM FIRE

McCormick, S. C.'May 27. (By the

Associated Press). Fire last night in
the business section caused a loss es

timated at $100,000.

WEATHER NEXT WEEK

Washington, May 27. (Associated

Press). Considerable cloudiness, oc
casional showers and moderate tern

perature is the forecast for Florida

the week beginning Sunday.

EARTHQUAKES IN ITALY

Rome, May 27. (By Associated

Press). Four violent earthquakes oc

curred today in the vicinity of Terni,
fifty miles north of Rome, causing

terror to the population. No reports

of damage have been received.

BUNDLE DAY FOR THE

ARMENIANS' BENEFIT

Jacksonville, May 26. An appeal to
all Floridians to send their cast-off
clothing to the Near East Relief, to
relieve suffering in Armenia next win winter,
ter, winter, was made yesterday by Senator
Park Trammell, who is honorary state
chairman for Florida for this great
humanitarian organization.
June 14th has been designated as
"Bundle Day" throughout Florida and
every one who has any cast-off wear wearable
able wearable clothing to spare is asked to send

it either to his or her local county
chairman, or to the Near East Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing Warehouse, care U. S. Army Base,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
The committee is especially desirous
of obtaining all of the coats, sweaters,
dresses, trousers, wool skirts, blank blankets,
ets, blankets, heavy hosiery, wool gloves, mit mittens,
tens, mittens, boots, shoes, shopworn garments
if possible,
The 2000 little Armenian children
now in our Florida orphanage in the
stricken Bible lands, and the 6000
adult refugees dependent on Florida
for their lives, must have clothing if
they are not to freeze to death for

their next wintei, "Senator Trammell
declared. "Our people are throwing
away their winter garments at this
time of the year, and these will save
many an unfortunate sufferer from
acute rheumatism and pneumonia."
All who have cast-off clothing which
is still in a wearable condition are

asked to send it in before June 14th.
There are a few articles which cannot
be used and if any of these are avail available
able available it is suggested that community
cr auction sales be held, and the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds sent to A. P. Anthony, state
treasurer, Jacksonville. Unusable ar articles
ticles articles are: laces, silks, veils, chiffons,
evening clothes, satin slippers, muslin
underwear,1 hig-heeled shoes, straw or

frame hats or silk stockings.
' Dob Bey "that good cigar." 19-10t

AN OPEN LETTER

From John R. Martin to the Board Of
County Commissioners and The
Board of Bond Trustees of Marion
County.
Messrs. R. Bruce Meffert, Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, E. B. Weathers R. L. Clyburn,
J. A. Talton and Augustus Waters,
Members of the County Commission Commissioners,
ers, Commissioners, and Messrs. J. G. Baskin, John
H. Taylor and L. K. Edwards, Bond
Trustees, of Marion County, Florida.
Gentlemen: As complainant in the
suit filed May 24th, 1922, assailing
the legality of the sale of the $560,000
of road bonds, I wish to make this
statement as to my position, and in
order that the public may understand

the matter, propose to publish this

etter.

Other than as a citizen and tax-
m- -m 1

payer, i nave no interest in tne case-,
and prior to" the assembling of the

grand jury, I knew little or nothing
of the facts relating to the bond sale.

iowever, as foreman of that grand

jury I, of course, heard what Judge

Bullock had to say in requiring inves

tigation ofxthe bond sale, and likewise

heard the statements of witnesses

brought before the grand jury. After

adjournment of the grand jury I re

ceived additional information regard

ing the transaction, and thereupon de

cided to make myself a party to the

suit attacking the validity of this

sale, believing that such action was

certainly demanded by somebody, and

because so many people, while con

demning the said bond sale, through

timidity or other motives, were un

willing to bring the matter before the
court. I fully realized, and now

realize, the financial strength and
power of those who are made defend defendants
ants defendants in this suit, but it is my inten

tion to press the case to a full inves

tigation and final decision, unless
some settlement of the matter shall
be made which will provide substan substantial
tial substantial justice to the county and the peo people
ple people thereof.

Yesterday afternoon, May 25th,

Judge Bullock made an order certify

ing that he is disqualified to- hear the

case, for tne reason that ne nas al already
ready already formed and expressed his opin

ion as to-the legality-of the. action
taken by you for the sale of these

bonds.

The order made by Judge Bullock is

as follows:

In the circuit court of the fifth

judicial circuit of Marion county,

state of Florida, in .chancery: John

D.- Robertson and John R. Martin,

complainants, vs. Bruce Meffert, et al, j
as the board of county commission

ers of Marion county, state of Flor

ida, and John H. Taylor,, et al, as trus

tees, etc., defendants.

This case was set for hearing be

fore me this date on application for a

temporary injunction, and because of

the fact that this court is now engag

ed in the trial of criminal cases and
other business before the court and
the further fact that the defendants'
solicitor dtd not have a reasonable
time to prepare for such hearing, it
was, upon agreement of the respect

ive solicitors for the complainants and
defendants, agreed that this case and
hearing be continued until Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, the 31st day of May, A. D. 1922,
before this court in Ocala.
"Since these transactions I have
seen a carbon copy of the bill and
after reading the same certify that as
circuit judge for the fifth circuit of
Florida, I am disqualified to hear the
said cause or to make any order there therein,
in, therein, for the reasons that, among others,
prior to the filing of this bill, and
without any knowledge of such pro

posed action, I had heard certain ru

mors and. reports calling in question
the legality of he action of the de

fendants in the matter of the sale of

the bonds mentioned in this bill, and

was requested to call the attention of

the grand jury of Marion county in
session at this present term to said
reports, and that pursuant to the said
request I did eall the attention of the
said grand jury then in session to the
facts, and did then and there express
my feeling, based upon the reports

that -had been communicated to me, in
reference to the sale of the said
bonds, and now finding that the alle

gations containea in tnis diu are in

many respects substantially the same

facts as reported to me, and by reason
of those reports I had formed distinct
and prejudiced convictions as to the
legality of the action, and by reason
of these facts that I feel so biased in
relation thereto that I certify I am
disqualified as judge to hear the said
cause.

"Done at Ocala, Florida, on this the
25th day of May, A. D. 1922.
"W. S. Bulock, Judge."

TOOK

TO THE AIR

TODAY FOB TURIN

Major Blake and Companions Left

The Ground on the Second Flight
Of Their Journey

Labourget, France, May 27. (By

Associated Press). Major Blake' and

his companions in their attempt at a

flight around the wrld took the air at

lu:4o mis morning ior limn, i.xiy,

on thesecond leg of their journey.

LAKE WEIR LOSWBARBAHITY III FULL

FORCE AT BELFAST

Fifteen to Four Was the Final Score
of Yesterday's .Biy Day
Farce

HORACE HAROLD, RETIRED
Friday evening was one unique in

the records of the Ocala postoffice. It

has fifteen employees, and for the
first time they were all together. The
event that brought this happy gather gathering
ing gathering was the retirement from active
service of Mr. Horace Harold.
Mr. Harold has been in the postal
service for thirty-two years. He en entered
tered entered the Ocala postoffice as S clerk in
1890. When Ocala was given delivery
by carrier, he took the first route, and
has carried it for twenty years. His
has beqome the most familiar face in
a large section of the city. Every

morning and afternoon for a. score of j wet.

The boys from the south end of the
county went down in a rattier decisive
defeat yesterday when, Ocala won
from the Lake Weir club by the one onesided
sided onesided score of 15 to 4 The game
started off with the visitors showing
better form than the home team but
was stopped at the end of he second
inning by a hard rain. After the rain
the visitors were unable to control the
wet and elusive ball and Ocala soon
massed a large score against them.
The lads from the tall timber were
heavy hitters and secured ten safeties
from the pitching of Williams but
their work in the field was not up to
the mark and they allowed Ocala to
secure too many runs on her eight
hits. After the rain they were unable
to cope with the wet ball at all while
the local nine semed to be able to

handle it fairly well, making only

three bingles in the game.
Marshall started in the box for Lake
Weir and had the Ocala sluggers eat eating
ing eating from his hand until the ball got

Then he grew wild and walked

years his coming has been anxiously j the bases lull anu tnen waucea in a
looked for by the thousands of people ; run. In that wild inning Ocala made
on his route. No man has brought so nine of her fifteen runs. In the next

much of human interest into the

hemes of his friends as he. Now he
has an honorable discharge on part

pay, and may he live long to enjoy

his well earned rest.

At nine o'clock Friday night, Mr.
Harold, his fellow employees and a
few other friends gathered at David Davidson's
son's Davidson's union station restaurant.

inning Wilson pitched for the visitors
and was better able to control the wet
ball, although the locals found him
for more hits than they did Marshall.
Ocala's base running was superior
to that of the visitors. On several
occasions Lake Weir had an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to score and failed to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of it for fear of being caught

Dead Cannot be Buried Because Van Vandals
dals Vandals Fire on the Grave
Diggers

Belfast, May 27. (By Associated
Press). There were seventeen incen incendiary
diary incendiary fires in the city last night.. No
burials were made in the city ceme cemetery
tery cemetery Thursday owing to sniping at
the grave diggers.
CIVILIAN SHOT SOLDIERS
Belfast, May 27 (By Associated
Press). A British soldier was mur murdered
dered murdered and another soldier seriously
wounded at the postoffice in College
Green, Dublin, today. The shooting
was done by a civilian.

AN ATLANTA PARENT PARENT-TEACHER
TEACHER PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION

Staged a Rough House at a Public
School Meeting Over Relig Religious
ious Religious Matters

"Shorty" was in his usual form, and! on base. Ucaia took more, chances
a long table well decorated with food j and was successful in most of her
was tastefully arranged foithe occas- j ventures because of the erratic throw throw-ion.
ion. throw-ion. Postmaster Rogers presided. He,ing of the Lake Weir players,
asked the divine blessing and then all j Overstreet of Ocala was the out outsat
sat outsat down to the groaning board. Pres- j standing star of this slow game. On
ent were Postmaster Rogers, who sat two or three occasions he made beau beau-at
at beau-at the head of the table with Mr.jtiful stops of wild pitches, throwing
Harold at his left hand. At the other himself at full length on the ground in
end of the table sat ex-Postmaster making these catches. Van Landing-

ham, Leavengood, Brooks and O. King
got the extra base hits. Van's was for
three bases and the other three were

Geo. K. Robinson with whom Mr.
Harold commenced his work thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two years ago. At Mr. Robinson's

right sat Mr. B. F. Borden, for many satisfied with two-baggers, a King

years assistant postmaster, and to his and Turner did the most' consistent
left was Judge David S. Williams, batting, each getting two safe ones
who was Mr. Robinson's assistant out of three times up. Jimmie Lid Lid-postmaster.
postmaster. Lid-postmaster. Lined up along the sides del1 made a pretty catch of the last
of the table were Messrs. A. P. Gil- out in the game. He ran for a long
mnrp T M Mnn. TT Roobpr. CI. i way after the ball and grabbed it

Atlanta, May 27. (By Associated
Press). A policeman is acting t as
watchman at the Inman Park public
school here today, after the police
were called last night to quell a fight
that took place at a meeting of the
Parent-Teachers Association of the

school. The disturbance developed

after the introduction of a resolution
recommending re-election of the prin principal
cipal principal and assistant principal. A sub

stitute resolution was offered charg charging
ing charging they refused to permit the Bible
to be read in school, and saying this
was because they were Catholics.

An announcement was made recent

ly in the school board that an effort

would be started to rid public schools

of Catholic teachers but the question
never came to a vote. Nobody was

seriously hurt in the fisticuffs that

took place last night, the police said,

and no arrests were made. Four or

fire men took part.

C. Woods, W. A. Altman, T. C. Thorn-

sen, D. S. Smith Jr., H. W. Massie, J

J. L. Leitner,'G. H. Howell and Arthur

Burgess. A Star man was also present.

The supper was large and satisfy

ing, ine reporter made an attempt

to list the menu but failed. He can

certify that he ate a fruit cocktail,

three pieces of fried chicken, some rice
bogged in gravy, two biscuit with but

ter, some salad, a couple of chunks

out of a crisp, firm head of lettuce,

three-quarters of a big tomato and

some other things. He also poured a

cup of coffee in between the chinks.
By that time his stomach had pushed
him back from the table, so when the
ice cream and cake came along he had
to hold them his lap. The reporter
was at a disadvantage, having eaten
another supper about three hours pre previously.
viously. previously. The other guests were bet better
ter better able to do justice to the spread.
With all that, there was enough fried
chicken left over to feed half a dozen
preachers.
All having eaten until hunger had
ceased to be even a memory, chairs

were pushed back, cigars lit and a
feast of reason succeeded the feast
of food. Postmaster Rogers made a
brief speech, testifying to Mr. Har Harold's
old's Harold's worth, and called on his other
friends in succession to express their
sentiments. He was answered first by
Mr. Robinson and second by Judge
Williams, and then all the others, ex-

cept two or three too bashful to
speak, made brief talks full of good
will for their veteran friend and
helper. At the close of the speeches,
Postmaster Rogers" arose again and
with a few feeling sentences presented
tj Mr. Harold, as a testimonial from

his friends, a handsome briar root
pipe, an article which Mr. Harold can
fully appreciate.
Mr. Harold came very near being
overcome by the expressions of friend

ship and appreciation so freely show showered
ered showered upon him by his friends. He re

plied in a talk full of feeling and good

will for those with whom he had been

associated in his life work.

. Mr. Harold is the first man to be
retired from the Ocala postoffice.
Since he has been in it he has seen it
grow from a small room in one corner
of the Merchants' block to the big fed federal
eral federal building, its quarters in which
are even now none too large. He has

The only reasonable construction of seen its force triple and its business

this order is that" Judge Bullock has quadruple, if not more. In the growth
made up his mind from his knowledge of Ocala Mr. Harold has been no small

of the facts that this bond sale is il- j factor. He has been one of the steady
legaL steppers in the ranks who may move

This being so, I think it proper to iat a footpace, but who never know re recall
call recall upon you, as &t4 representatives treat. He ha3 the confidence and the
jbest wishes of the entire city for
(Concluded on Fourth Page) 'peace and prosperity f:r all his days.

from his shoe tops just before it hit

for a safe single.

The Box Score

Lake Weir ABRHPOAE
Scott, s 4 0 2 0 4 1
Wilson, 1st & p...' 3 2 1 4 4 4
Fallaw, 2nd .. 4 0 2 3 0 0
O. King, cf 3 0 2 0 0 0
Hall, If .4 0 0 0 0 0
P. King, rf 4 0 0 1. 0 0
Fort, 3rd 3 111 1 1
Turner, c and 1st. 3 1 2 8 0 2
Marshal, p.. 2 0 0 0 1 1
Blair, c 1 0 0 4 1 1
31 4 10 21 22 10
Ocala AB R H PO A E
Taylor, ss 4 2 1 1 2 1
Brooks, 1st 4 2 1 4 0 1
Van, 3rd & p 3 1 1 0 0-0
Overstreet, c 4 1 110 1 0
Wood, 2nd ..I 3 0 1 2 1 1
Liddell, cf 4 2 1 1 0 0
Leavengood, rf ... 3 2 1 1 0 0
Harris, If 2 2 1 1 0 0
Williams, p & 3d.. 3 2 0 1 2 0
Smith 0 1 0 0 0 0

BOSSES HAVE TO PUT

UP CZAR-SIZED BAIL

Chicago, May 27. (By Associated

Eress). Big Tim Murphy and Fred

Mader, described as czafs in what the
police term a labor war, were ordered

released from jail today on bonds of

$75,000 each. They are under indict

ment for murder.

THE. MARKETS

Chamber of Commerce
May "27, 1922.
Shipping Point Information for May
26th
Ocala: Haulings heavy, demand
limited, movement moderate, market
slightly weaker, prices slightly lower.
Carlo ts f.ojj cash track to growers
bulk per car Tom Watsons 5 tiers 18 18-22s
22s 18-22s -mostly $125175, 4 tiers 24-2&S
$175-250, -308 $250-325 few $350,
32-34s $350-375.
Telegraphic Reports from Important
Markets
Philadelphia: 1 Florida arrived, 1
unbroken car on track. Supplies light,
demand slow, market steady. Carlots
Florida 5 tiers 20s $600.
Baltimore: 1 Florida arrived, 1 .re .re-consigned,
consigned, .re-consigned, 2 on track. Closing Friday,
opening today demand slow, market
dull. Sales direct to retailers Florida
16-18 35-40s few 45s.
Boston: 1 Florida arrived, 2 un unbroken,
broken, unbroken, six broken cars on track. Sup Supplies
plies Supplies moderate, demand slow, market
steady. Floridas each 26-28s 60-5s,
22-24s 40-50c
New York: 8 Floridas arrived. Sup Supplies
plies Supplies light, demand good, movement

HIE

WRECK
Oil THE wm

Sisler Seem to be Adequately Taking
Babe Ruth's Place This
Summer

Chicago, May 27 (By Associated
Press) ij&iex of it. Iaius. is the
leading American League batter with
an average of .439, leading run scorer
with 39, leading in number of hits
with 65, leading in 'total bases with
96, leading base stealer with 18. Will Williams
iams Williams of St. Louis, is the leading home
run hitter with twelve; Porcer, of St -Louis,
leading National batter with'
.404; Iiorusby. of St. Louis, leading
run scores with 33, leading home run run-hitter,
hitter, run-hitter, with 11, leading in total bases
with -86. Carey of Pittsburgh Is the
leading base stealer with nine.
SUPPER BY THE B. & P. W.
CLUB A GREAT SUCCESS
The supper given by the members
of the B., and P. W. Club at their hall
Friday evening was a' social as well

as a gastronomies! success. It is safe

limited, market stronger account light to say that no more dainty tribute to
supply. Carlot sales Floridas 30-348,. Epicurus has ever been paid in Ocala,

$800-1000; 26-28s $700-800, 22-25s

$600-650, few high as $700, smaller la large stock of satisfying "and dainty

low as $500

Cincinnati: 5 Florida arrived, 5 on
track. Supplies liberal, demand slow,
market slightly weaker, few sales.
Bulk per 100 melons Irish Greys 22s
$40-60, mostly $50. Tom Watsons no
sales reported. v
Pittsburgh: 7 Floridas arrived, 12
on track. Opening supplies -moderate,
demand moderate, market steady.
Floridas carlot sales market stronger,
bulk per car 4 tiers 30s $800, 26s $600,
5' tiers 23s $500. ; ;

All preparations were made on time.

FLORIDA MAY FURNISH
MEANS FOR ENTERPRISE

Louisiana Promoter Coming to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for Necessary Money
And Men

Southern Baptist
Convention
on the job.
Sunday Morning
at Eleven

Alexandria, La., May 27. (Bythe
Associated ; Press) WeJlman "i .Brad .Brad-ford,
ford, .Brad-ford, promotor of the Bradford grav gravity
ity gravity canal, irrigation, water power nd
barge line project to be constructed in
Louisiana, left today for Jacksonville,
Fla., to confer with bankers and the
head of the largest contracting firm
in the United States in connection
wit hthe project. Bradford did not
name the -bankers or contractors but
said the project involved twenty mill million
ion million dollars.

FLORIDA MAN LOST
HIS LIFE IN ALABAMA

Birmingham, May 27. (Associated
Press). One member and a guest of
the Ugly Brothers Minstrels,. a Bir

mingham amateur troupe, were killed

and three injured in a motor car acci accident
dent accident today while the players were en

route to Jasper, Ala-, from Birming Birmingham.
ham. Birmingham. One Of the men killed was C
E. JEigginson of Lake City, Fla,

viands were laid in and the club was

ready to do its prettiest in serving
them. People began to come in by
six o'clock and were still arriving at
8:30. The abundant supply of good
things vanished and at the.. last the'
club had to turn people away.
The occasion was at its best at
seven in the evening. The prettily
decorated hall was filled with guests
all enjoying their suppers and the
beautiful music

The young, ladies of the graduating

class of the higEf school added greatly
t3 the attractiveness of the occasion

by consenting to act as waiters, and

were most efficient and charming in

carrying out their very important

' The arrangements were in charge of

Miss Margaret Taylor, and their suc

cess proved her good judgment. Mrs.
S. R. Pyles prepared most of the good

things at her home at Glenhurst, and

Miss Katherine Pyles, radiating cheer

fulness like a deputy-Ceres, brought

them in and put them in shape for

the table. Mrs. Charles Simpson was

the alert floor manager, Miss Helen

Veal, as outside guardian, swapped
smiles for tickets, and other members,
too many to mention, rendered -help.

The musical program 'announced in

yesterday's Star, was carried out and

vastly enjoyed. It alone was worth
muc hmore than the admission price.

The club earned more than ninety

dollars for its funds. The people

hope' it will soon give such another

pleasant event.

30 15 8 21 6 3
Score by innings:

Lake Weir 101 002 xx 4

Ocala 019 032 Oxx 15

MA LEVER BOUGHT
BIG FEIN BERG STOCK

Mr. Joseph Malever several days
ago bought the stock of general mer merchandise
chandise merchandise of the Feinberg store in
Gainesville, which recently went into
bankruptcy. He says he purchased
this big stock of ladies' wearing ap apparel
parel apparel of every description at a price
which enables its resale at figures
that will mean real saving to his cus customers
tomers customers and he' proposes giving them
the benefit of this fortunate purchase

during the next few weeks. Ee will
stage a big mid-summer event during

the early part of June, and advises

everybody to watch for his announce

ments.

NOTICE

The first annual meeting of the

Bonita Fishing Club will be held on

Wednesday, June 7th, A. D. 1922, at
eight o'clock p. m. at the rooms of

the Marion County Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, in Ocala, Florida. Election of
officers and other important business

will come up for disposal, and all
members are specially urged to be

present. T. T. Munroe, President.
B. F. McGraw, Secretary.

Bargain, one Ford. 1917' modeL

Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. .. 23-tf

Keeping Faith
With Our Dead.
Sunday Night
at Eight

Tomorrow's
Subjects
First Baptist
Oitirch
C. L. Collins
Pastor

AN

AVIATOR KILLED
AT CARLS TROM FIELD

Arcadia, May 27. (By .Associated

Press)- Private M. G. McLaughlin,

of Roselle, N. J., was fatally injured
yesterday at Carlstrom Field when

the airplane he was driving struck a

telephone wire. He later died in the

hospital.

DOUBT THE SINCERITY

OF THE DEUTSCHLAND

Paris, May 27. (By the Associated

Press). Berlin reports that the Ger

man government had accepted the al

lied reparations propositions are qual

ified by fears in reparation circles

that the propositions were accepted

only as a basis for discussion while

determination of the commission as

they are constituted will be the last

word.

WARD RELEASED BY POWEB

OF A GOOD-SIZED WAD

Newburf, N. Y, May 27, (By the

Associated Press L Supreme Court

Justice Seeger today ordered Ward.

released on $50,000 bafl.

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES

HONORING THE NAME

OF A FLORIDA HERO

Clearwater, May 25. (Associated

The great Bible

Class for Men

meets in Baraca
Hall promptly at

9:45. Almost an
hundred men in
the class. Come
on with us to

morrow.

Press). Relatives here of Lieutenant
Henry W. Hoyt, of this city, naval of officer
ficer officer who lost his life when the giant

dirigible ZR-2 was wrecked at Hull,

England, last year, have been advised

by the president of the Naval Acad Academy
emy Academy class of 1914 that the class would

unreal a bronze tablet to the memory

of Lieut. Hoyt at the Naval Academy

on May 30. Lieut. Hoyt graduated

with the class. The mother of Lieut.

Hoyt, his sisters and other relatives,
will leave here in a few days for An Annapolis
napolis Annapolis to be present at the unveiling.

Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is

sold in 25c and 50c packages and $2

J sacks. At the Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

' Tuesday, May 30
At 8 a. m. cars will leave the arm armory
ory armory carrying members of the Ameri American
can American Legion and Spanish-American
War Veterans to decorate the graves
of the soldier and sailor dead in the
city and county. Also, those boys
who served their country supremely,
and are buried at a distance, will be
fittingly memorialized.
At 5 p. m. on the same day there
will be a special memorial service at
Tuscawilla Park. The parade will
form at the armory at 4:45 p. m. All
the' patriotic organizations of the city
and county are cordially invited to be

in line. Let every man and woman
be in uniform, if possible. Upon ar

rival at the park the following memo

rial service will be conducted.

Remarks by post commander.
Invocation.
Singing by 'quartet.
Remarks ly the mayor.
Brief introduction of the Memorial

Day speaker by post commander.

Memorial Day address.
Half-masting of Hag.
Salute to dead by the firing squad.
Taps.
Star Spangled Banner.
Benediction.
Formation of line of imsrrh.
All benevolent, philanthropic f and
fraternal organizations, the city offi officials
cials officials and the public generally are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend these 'exer 'exercises.
cises. 'exercises. v J. J."
" For the Committee.

NOTICE TO EIGHTH ;
t GRADE GRADUATES
Those in the graduating class cf tha
grammar school may obtain their di diplomas
plomas diplomas on Monday at V the- ofce cf
Miss Mary Sheppard ; at the hihv
school building. CaU before 4 o'dsc.



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MR. MARTIN'S LETTER
. On another page appears the open
letter' of Miy.John R. Martin to the
county commissioners and the board
M V I A.
VI VVUU ITUBLCCS. i. ...
. We have no doubt that Mr. Martin
is. inspired with a desire to serve the
public,, and that he is disinterested in
his efforts, but we think he is at at-:
: at-: tempting the impossible, and that it
would be very bad for his fellow citi citi-'
' citi-' zens of Marion county if he" should
succeed..
r r tif : a. : a 1
iv r n irrin m rir-iirif iki I inn. i.ii
reader will see, is that the county
commissioners shall call in the bonds,
see that the interest already paid out
on ahem is refunded and the bonds
then re-sold, presumably at par.
VWe think this would be a bad-plan,
even if it. would work. It would cost
the. county more in delay than the
i n n C nw.M 4liiytM l mil I VtA
saved would amount to.
,..But no such. plan can be carried out
.unless r the., whole United States re relapses
lapses relapses in bolshevism. There is abso absolutely,
lutely, absolutely, no law by which the .commis .commis-.sionerB
.sionerB .commis-.sionerB i can be,., compelled to try to
' recover. the bends. They can repudiate
them, but only. by declaring the county
. bankrupt and we doubt that the
courts would allow that,
r In. the second place, supposing the
commissioners could be ordered to re re-.CQyer
.CQyer re-.CQyer the bonds,. and they made the
attempt how would, they do it?
There would be only one way to buy
them back. And the bondholders
could not ;be compelled to sell them.
, The bonds sold at ninety cents and
them back, the, bondholders certainly
would not sell them except at a profit.
And the least profit they would de
mand would certainly not be less
than par. And that would cost the
taxpayers of Marion nearly one hun
dred thousand dollars at one fell
swoop.
The bondholders are not compelled
to sell the bonds, even at par. They
could demand a premium. Our county
banks, of course, would not do this.
But half the bonds have been sold out outside
side outside the county, and the out of county
buyers would be very likely to make
Marion pay for its instability.
- The county commissioners can't re recover
cover recover the interest already paid on the
uuuus. mere is no law ior mat, ana
-there should not be. If a man or a
-bank loaned money at interest, and
the interest could be taken away from
him or it, he or it wouldn't loan' mon-
MICKIE SAYS
TVV eOVTOR.EV10S VAE OUT
HERE TO vAAsKE KASKS OV4S
U VsMU-E, BUT JESr
EYIEEM SOU M UE, U TVUV
best tfcju n4 ivv eoovrtw
Vi HE VICfeODM
ftovuusnss VAks got

veningSlar

I r i

ey. Then how would we carry on busi-

ness;
' What can Mr. Martin do?
He can cause some more delay, some
more trouble, some more expense to
the taxpayers. What does he want to
do that for?
The road is cut out, leveled and
graded for a. number of miles. The
grade is of loose earth. Every wind
that blows, every rain washes some
of it away. A few months or even
weeks of delay will result in thousands
of dollars of damage to be replaced at
the expense of the taxpayers. In the
meantime, not only the people living
along that part of the .road, but those
of the entire county, are up in the air
No more roads can be built in this
county until that road is finished
It is not to. be supposed that the
people of this county will put up with
such an intolerable state of affairs.
Mr. Martin speaks of attacking the
validity of the sale of the bonds. The
men who bought the bonds would not
have done so if they hal not been sure
thev were valid. Deciding thevalidity

of securities is everyday work with!tnis evenln

them.
It has been street talk for some
weeks that when the bond were sold,
there was an agreement that the mon
ey should remain undrawn upon for
at least a year.
Such a statement cannot be proven.
At any rate, a large quantity of the
money would now be drawn out if it
hadn't been for delays that the banks,
the bond trustees and the commission commissioners
ers commissioners are not responsible for.
Unless, of course, the state road de department
partment department was in the conspiracy. Can
anybody bring any proof that it was?
Incidentally speaking, several thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars have already been
withdrawn from the Ocala banks.
The bonds were sold considerably
less than a year ago. They would
hardly have been sold then but for the
patriotism of the county banks, four
of which took half the issue and in induced
duced induced a Jacksonville bank to take the
other half. It was agreed among the
banks that the money in the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville bank should not be drawn on un'
til that in the county banks had been
used. If anybody suffered from this
deal it would have been the home
banks. Its foolishness to say the
Marion county banks want the work
delayed. They are anxious to have it
finished, as everybody who knows
them knows.
If the work had gone forward with
reasonable rapidity, much of the mon money
ey money would have been drawn out of the
banks and gone in payment for work
and road material. Why hasn't the
work gone forward ?
In the first place the state road de-
partment didn't come up to the mark.
It had to be driven into line, which
was done with the help of other coun counties,
ties, counties, who want our road as badly as
we want it. Then the department
made out specifications that would
have laid our roads with rock from
hundreds of miles away, instead of
from the strata the road runs over.
If these plans had been carried out
they would have cost Marion county
many thousands of dollars in extra
freight and deprived the people of the
county afirst-rate market for their
own product.
With patience and hard work, most
of these troubles have, been overcome,
and if there had been no interference
the contract for the second stage of
the road building would now have
been let, and the work commenced in
a day or two. m As it is there is another
delay which the taxpayers of Mar
ion county must pay for.
Mr. Martin may as well make up
his mind that the program he maps
out viz, to call in the bonds", recover
the interest and resell the bonds is
not going, to be carried out. It 'isn't
even going to start.
We have always considered John
Martin a progressive and energetic
man, and we are sorry to see him, if
only this once, go out of his way. We
warn him that he is in the wrong
crowd, and we sincerely desire that he
come back to his real friends and
leave the predestined failure he has
temporarily tied himself to in the
hands of his partner, with whom we
doubt not it is a congenial task, and
who is also well inured to defeat in
public affairs.
We had better look at Sumter
county, our little neighbor to the
south, who sold her bonds for less
money than Marion sold hers, but
went to work and is now beginning to
obtain results. She will have two or
three fine roads before Marion has
one.
MR.
McCONATHY ALSO
WRITES A LETTER
Mr. R. McConalhy has also written
a letter. It is to Mr. W. E. McGaha-
gin, who is opposing Mr. Nathan
Mayo for the legislature. It seeks to
saddle the responsibility for House
Bill No. 700, allowing the Marion
bonds to be sold at 90 cents or more,
on Messrs. Mayo and Hunter, our rep representatives
resentatives representatives in the House.
Unfortunately the record doesn't
bear Mr. McConathy out. House Bill
760 was introduced by Representative
Koonce of Sumter. It was called up
out of its regular order May 24, when
Mayo and Hunter were both absent.
They did not vote on it.
With all respect to our good old
friend, Mr. McGahagin, we think Mar Marion
ion Marion county will make a bad swap if
she exchanges Nathan Mayo for him.
Twenty-five pair men's high shoes,
Smith Briscoe make. None better.
Former price, $12.50. To close out now
at $6.00. Little's Shoe Parlor. 3t
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
L. W.
Duval, superintendent.
II a. m. Preaching. Subject
of
sermon, A Lhurcn btandaro.
7 p. m. Epworth League in the
basement.
8 p. "m. Evening service. Subject,
Automobile Religion." Text, Gal. 5:7,
Ye did run well; w"ho did hinder you
that ye should not obey the truth."
We have saved a place for you.
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Sunday After Ascension Day
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Rite of confirmation,
morning prayer and sermon by the
Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D., bishop
o Southern Florida.
No service Sunday evening.
Informal reception to the
bishop
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. The pastor will speak.
Subject, "Some Big Things About a
Big Convention."
6:45 p. m. Junior, Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Evening worship. 'Address
by the pastor on "Keeping Faith With
Our Dead," an address appropriate to
the Memorial Day season.
"Better Come to Church."
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 9. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol followed
lowed followed by sermon by pastor. Subject,
"Proving Our Love for the Bible."
6:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor.
7 p. m. Senior Endeavor.
8 p. m. Preaching by pastor. Sub
ject, "Don't You Think the Time Is
About Up?"
The pastor wishes to see all the
male members of this congregation
for a few minutes after the morning
service.
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. Morning worship.
Sermon, "The Parent, the Pupil and
the Pulpit," by Rev. A. E. Spencer.
3:30 p. m. Illustrated address to
children and young people.
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Miss Annie MacKay, leader.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Sermon by Rev. A. E. Spencer.
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.
Al lare invited to meet with this
congregation.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m.- Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject
of lesson-sermon, "Ancient and Mod
era Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and
Hypnotism, Denounced."
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.
CAMPAIGN ITINERARY
The following appointments have
been made for democratic campaign
meetings :
Eureka, Saturday, May 27.
Dunnellon, night meeting, Tuesday,
May 30th.
Oklawaha on the Dixie Highway in
the Oklawaha school house on Wed
nesday evening, May 31, at 8 o'clock
Fellowship, Friday, June 2.
Grahamville all day picnic Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, June 3.
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.
$1500 buys a delightfully situated
city home only 8 blocks from Ocala
high school; good 5-room house, paint painted
ed painted and newly papered; fireplaces, elec elec-tri
tri elec-tri clights, well good water. This is
not a shack it's a real Florida home;
3 acres productive soil, 2 large bear bearing
ing bearing pecan trees, grape arbor, 6 orange,
10 peach, 6 pear trees. The owner is
called away and will sacrifice this
place for $1500 and if taken immed immediately
iately immediately will include household furniture
complete. If yoil are looking for a
bargain se this at once, as it's a rare
chance to buy an attractive place at a
bargain price. JAMES HALL, Realtor,
Florida House. 26-3t
Bargain, one Ford. 1917 model.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 23-tf

LOST DAYS
We wandered in the upland fields the long
day through.
And home In blessed weariness together;
For love had put his spell upon the htart
of you.
And w were glad of any sort of
-weather.
'Twas out to gather flowers!
A fig for summer showers!
We only laughed to see the rain beat
dswn across the day.
But. like the trampled clover.

If only I had told you all I meant to say! i 8
" i
Anotner aay we irjea 10 pui auii care
to rout
And reveled building castles of the
morrow.
Tour hand in mine, I led you from the
slough Ctt doubt.
And from the heights looked down on
pain and sorrow.
No quest more fair and golden
Could kindred hearts embolden
Than this of ours while romance held
reality at bay;
But love waits not for taking
When worlds are In the making
If only I had told you all I meant to ay!
James Owen Tryon In the New York
Sun.
ROUND HOUSE DEFIES WIND
But Lightnina Routed Builder of
Freak Dwelling in Little Town
of the Ozark.
At the very top of the hill in a lit little
tle little town of the Ozarks, stands the
round house. It overlooks one of the
most magnificent stretches of moun
tain, valley and river that Missouri af
fords. We climbed the Kill ip the blaz
ing sun to get a picture and to hear
the story.
The builder, we were told, had been
In a Kansas cyclone, which blew away
his house. So this round tower was
to be proof against the angry winds.
He reasoned, probably, that if, like
The Round House, One of the 8ights
of an Ozark Town.
tiie old negro mammy, it had no "side "sideways"
ways" "sideways" it couldn't blow down. It Is
built entirely of native stone, and has
but one circular room below and one
above.
Not long after it was completed, a
terrible thunder storm swept the hills.
A great tree just across the road
from the new house was struck by
lightning and burned to the ground.
The pawn of the elements moved on.
What kind of shelter did he then
seek? Perhaps a cave.
The house was vacant for a long
time. When we visited it a family had
just moved in, but it. still wore"a de deserted
serted deserted appearance and an air of mys mystery.
tery. mystery. Kansas City Star.
Blackbird Fed Injured Thrush.
A lover of birds who keeps food and
water out for them at all times, liv living
ing living a few miles from Wymore, Neb.,
reports for some time slfe had been
noticing the peculiar actions of a
blackbird and a thrush which had been
coming to eat regularly, and always
together. Upon investigation, she saw
that the blackbird fed the thrush, pick picking
ing picking up bits of food and putting them
into the mouth of the other bird ex exactly
actly exactly as a robin putting food into the
mouths of Aer young. Closer inves investigation
tigation investigation showed that the bill of the
thrush has been broken off close to
Its head. It was unable to feed itself,
and the blackbird had befriended It.
All Willing.
Alfred Knopf, the New York pub publisher
lisher publisher and Russian expert, said In a
discussion of Bolshevism:
"So Lenine is discouraged! So he
wants to retire to Capri. So he ad admits
mits admits he was mistaken In his high
opinion of the poor and lowly. Well !"
Mr. Knopf smiled In a grim way.
"Lenine," he said, "has now found
out what most of us knew long ago.
He has found out, I mean, that the
world is full of willing people a few
willing to work and the rest willing
to let them."
Teaspoons In the Stomach.
Three teaspoons in her stomach
caused a Harristown, Pa., woman
three years suffering. The woman was
admitted to the Allentown hospital to
be treated for severe pains. An X-ray
examination revealed a foreign sub substance
stance substance and the chief surgeon removed
three teaspoons by an operation. The
operation was conducted in a clinic
before 25 persons, and the spoons were
placed on exhibition In the hospital
laboratory. The woman does not re remember
member remember having swallowed them.
Got Three With One Shot.
While out shooting, a man in Mani Manitoba
toba Manitoba got an owl. a partridge and a
rabbit on the one shot He only saw
the rabbit and the partridge when h
fired, but the owl was sitting behind a
small willow bush under which thf
rabbit sat.
No Use.
"Why don't you get your father tc
help yon with your lessons. Willie?'
"T did. but be tried it once and h
doen"t kifi.w any mure about frac
t!ons tii!n 1 do."
Comfort and style in our Society
Erand and Fashion Park clothes. We
have a full line of the summer fabrics.
Guarantee Clotning & Shoe Co., Y. M.
B. O. D. 17-tf
If we have anything you can use,
the price will be right. Our shoes
must be sold as soon as possible. Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor, W. Broadway. 3t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouH like it tf

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When the Hour Glass o f
Time Run? Its Course
There is no sympathy so helpful to a
a:nny mat is Dereaved as that of true
'riends and no help so reastfurLng as
that of the good funeral director. Act Acting
ing Acting in your stead, he understands that
he must act in your spirit, performing
each task wJth the reverence and ten tenderness
derness tenderness with which your own bands
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pathy Sympathy which cannot be gracefully con conveyed
veyed conveyed by words Is revealed through his
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forting comforting assurance that every attention
1.13 been given with thoughtf ulness
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Funeral Directors
G. B. Oveilcn, Direcioi
NOTICE
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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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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MaY 27, H

TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE SECOND CONGRESSIONAL
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

Hon. R. W. Davis, who is now seek- Hon. R. W. Davis, then as stated edi- black races in the District of Colum-
ing to bring about my defeat in order tor of the Gainesville Daily Sun dem- bia. The bill failed in the Senate,
that he may go to Congress, has sev- onstrated by an editorial which he In the last revenue bill he, in con-
eral times lately in public speeches wrote and published in the Sun on nection with other Southern represen-
declared in substance that he "did not that day that he not -only knew my re- tatives, got an item incorporated
know my record in Congress," and cord at that time, but that he had a which placed a tariff duty of ten per
that I "had done nothing," and there- most intimate acquaintance with and cent advalorem on Egyptian cotton,
fore, "had no record." etc, etc. knowledge of it. Listen, my friend3, The bill passed the House with this
This same gentlemen four short to what he then deliberately put in item but it was stricken out of the
. ... i i l:h ii o -t

years ago, when Hon. Chas. Davis com type, wnen nis reason ana juag- om m me otitic.
f Miann wns mv omionent. both ment were not swayed by political In the last Congress

" Mr i -

by newspaper articles and public ambition,
speeches lauded to the skies what he

then said was my record in Congress
and eloquently urged the people to
send me back and keep me there.
When Chas. E. Davis wanted the

Here is the editorial:

he secured

from the Committee on War Claims
of the House a favorable report on
his bill to refund to the people of the
South more than $68,000,000 taken
from them in the "sixties" under the

HON. FRANK CLARK
(Gainesville Sun, May 13, 1919)

Hon. Frank Clark after spending a operation of the illegal cotton taxes.

rsWee mv record was a peerless one, few pleasant days among his Florida He made many speeches m Con-

but when R. W. Davis wants it, I have friends, was. called back to Washing- gress and has always defended Flor-
no record, and if I have, he has no ac- ton by telegram. ida or the South when attacked,
quaintance with it! What a change There has been much talk and spec- In the Sixty-Fourth Congress was
has come over the dreams of my ven- ulation as to whether he would be a a member of the Public Building Com-
erable friend! candidate for governor, or for the mission, of which Secretary McAdoo
Again: In the year 1919 jost three Senate or for Congress. was the chairman. This commission
years ago Hon. R. W. Davis was the He did us the honor, as the paper made an exhaustive investigation and
editor of the Gainesville Daily Sun published in his home city and county, report to Congress on the more eco-
and on numerous occasions he "took to make his definite and final an- nomical construction of federal build-
his pen in hand" and wrote and had nouncement for him. He had told inSs-
published eulogistic articles about me some of his friends about it, and left -He is now a member of the com-
and my record. it for us to speak authoritatively for mission composed of senators, repre-
On April 21st, 1919, he wrote edi- him, to all his constitutents and news- sentatives and certain federal officials
torially: paper friends. wno have charge of the allotment of
He will not be a candidate for gov- a11 sPace in tne government buildings
HON. FRANK CLARK ernor, nor for senator. m ne District of Columbia.
(Gainesville Sun, April 21, 1919) ne agk agamf at tne coming As chairman of the House Commit-
This true, tried and loved represen- primary for the vote of his demo. tee on Public Buildings and Grounds
tative of Florida will address the leg- cratic f rjemis for re-nomination to the he reported to and put through the
islature next Wednesday, on invita- positjon Gf representative in ongress. .House a bill carrying $100,000,000 to
tion. This we have written for, him. It build houses to take care of the war
He will tell them something. He is all he asked us to say we workers and thei families,
knows the situation and he knows shall write further win be to speak In addition tQ al, this we can say
how to tell it. He has been in public for ourseives. At the end of his pres of a trutn there .g nQ more
life a long time and has always been ent term he win have served this con. or more m&n Congresg NJ
faithful. He has never dodged a re- gressional district continuously for man more ioyal to his country or his

sponsioimy ur an issue. i eight terms, aggregating
kind of man to keep in public life, and years.
the people will do it. Sixteen honorable years.

sixteen people

He is now the Florida member of
Vit Kfltinnal Pnntprocsinral Tlomn.

Years during which no taint has j
m nnA trionA t tw tim tmntrit. L. cratic Committee and the dean of the

i.ijr & "- o--- laiien upon nis name.

and solemnly declared to tne people Years during which no duty has
in. cold type that I "was the kind of heen left undone.
man to keep in public life, and the He has been chairman of the House
people will do it." Committee on Public Buildings and
On April 29th, 1919, just eight days gr0unds for the past six years,
later, he wrote and published in "the js a member of the Committee on
Sun another editorial referring to War claims, Committee on Woman
Senator Fletcher and myself, the Suffrage.
heading of the same and the portion He was atithor of the bill which
referring specially to me being as fol- passed and became law compelling col-

lows

Florida delegation in Congress.

He then proclaimed to all the world
that I had served sixteen years and
that they were "sixteen honorable

years." "Years of faithful service"
"years during which no taint has fal

len upon his name"; "years during

which no duty has been left undone."
He knew my record then, but has

fnrcnttpn if in tVraa cVinvf voarcf Mo

lectors of internal revenue to furnish did not give all of my record in'this

prosecuting officers on request with editorial but those thi he did b

w v-jtus. lish were absolutely true. He was not
tax as liquor dealers in prohibition. candidate when he penned that edi.

s. Has my record chaneed since

this was written, three years ago?

FLETCHER AND CLARK AS
ORATORS
(Gainesville Sun, April 29, 1919)

Two great speeches have been made Has been instrumental in securing

111 r iunua wii.mii une last, ween.. unc tederal buildings, for Gainesville, Lave
was made by Congressman Frank 0ak, Palatka, DeLand. Orlando, San San-Clark,
Clark, San-Clark, before the Florida legislature ford and seVeral other Florida cities,
in joint session. -So great was the Has been instrumental in securing
impression made that, we are told, iarge appropriations for the rivers
it has been quoted by state senators and harbors of Florida,
and representatives, in their various Introduced and succeeded in passing
debates, ever since. through the- House a bill to prohibit
But on the 13th day of May, 1919, the inter-marriage of the white and

No; the record is fixed and can't
change, but men can. My friend and

present opponent has changed, and

great has been the change.
" Respectfully,
FRANK CLARK.
(Political Advertisement)

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star May 27, 1902)
Mr. Clarence Neely has resigned hi3
position with J. M. Neely and left
yesterday for St. Petersburg, where

he will embark in business. Mrs.
Neely and children accompanied him.
County Judge R. Bullock issued
three marriage licenses yesterday.
Robert Walthour, the noted bicy bicyclist
clist bicyclist of Atlanta, is registerd at the
Ocala House.
One of the most pleasant and en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic meetings of its kind ever
held, in Ocala took pface yesterday at

the hospitable home of Mrs. D. W.

Davis on Third street. It was a meet

ing of the members, of the Mothers

Club and a few other friends. The lit literary
erary literary exercises consisted of papers

read by Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and Mrs.
H. B. Clarkson and a reading by Mrs.

George Close. Then came the unex

pected to one present a linen shower
for Miss Bettie Sharpe.

Miners of phosphate are complain

ing of the scarcity of steamships in
which to export their product. For

several months the railroads were un

able to supply the. demand for cars

and since that demand has been met

some one seems to have a corner- on
ships. Thousands of tons of phos

phate are being sent to Brunswick and

Fcrnandina and dumped there wait

ing to be shipped.

The members of the Ocala Gun Club

went out this afternoon for a shoot.

Mr. S. R. Pyles, Mr. Frank Pooser
and Mr. Jesse Pyles, successful to tomato
mato tomato growers, left this morning to

visit the Charleston exposition.

.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Str May 27, 1912)
The opening of the Lake Weir
Yacht Club on Friday night proved a
most auspicious occasion and one
of pleasure to all. The tables for the
diners were arranged in a large
square on the green between the bluff
ar.d the club house, enclosed with
st i earners of bunting on which were
st ung Japanese lanterns which were
lighted as dusk began to fall, and at
el :se intervals were hung yacht club
pennants. The music by an Ocala or orchestra
chestra orchestra of ten pieces was most inspir-u:r;-
tp the dancers who filled the large
di..ice hall. We publish a picture of
tli yacht club taken a few days ago.
Iris property is one of the best in investments
vestments investments around the lake, adding
much to the. social like of that pleas pleasant
ant pleasant resort.
Lieut. Col. Geo. A. Nash returned
yesterday from Dade City, where he
organized a new company of state

troops. The company numbers sixty-

two and is commanded by Captain
Sturkie. t
Mr. B. F. Condon's gymnasium is
prospering with fifteen enthusiastic
members..

AttCfENJS HAD VXftTER GUA3ES

L ANN

(Political Advertisements)
FOR COinVTY COMMISSIONER
(Fifth Dtotrlct)

To Marlon County Democrats:
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election as member of the board of
'county commissioners from the fifth
district, subject to the democratic pri primary
mary primary election. If elected I shall en endeavor
deavor endeavor to do my duty as I see It in the
future as I have done In the past.
Anthony, Fla. J. A. T ALTON.
FOR SCHOOL BOARD
(Second District)

Make It an entirely new school board
'by voting In the June primary for
AUBREY FRINK.

FOR SCHOOL. BOARD
(Third DiHtrlct)

I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for school commissioner district
No. 3, subject to the democratic pri primary
mary primary in June. Respectfully,
R. D. FERGUSON, M. D.
Reddick. Florida.

FOR COV.NTV COMMISSIOXKH

(Firat District)
To the Democrats of -Marion County

I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election as member of the" ooard
of county commissioners from the First

listrlct. subject to the will or tne

democratic primary election to foe held

on June 13th. li you elect me i assure

you that I will endeavor to efficiently

perform the duties of the office.
R. BRUCE MEFFERT.

CASH PRICES AT
OCALA CASH MARKET

ICE

We can supply you with ice at most
reasonable prices for all purposes,
whether you want a car load or mere merely
ly merely a small quantity each day for your
home use. Our ice is absolutely pure,
being made from pure distilled water
and can be used for all purposes with
perfect safety.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 34, OCALA, FLA.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

To the democratic Voters of Marion
County: I wish to announce that I am
a candidate for member of the House
of Representatives from Marion coun county,
ty, county, in group two, and subject to the
action of the democratic primary to be
held in June next.
F. R. HOCKER.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I will be a candidatte in the
ensuing primary for the nomination for
representative from Marion county in
the legislature. I will make the race
In group two. C. W. HUNTER.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

(Group Oie)
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for representative of Marion coun county
ty county for the legislature of 1923-24. sub subject
ject subject to the actions of the voters In the
coming democratic primary. Business

will prevent me from making an active
campaign, and I can only promise as I
did in the last session that I will handle
the affairs of the county and state In
the same conservative and business business-Mke
Mke business-Mke way in which I would my own. and
at all times consider the. best interest

of the people, tour support would be

appreciated. ath.ajn mai

Summerfield. Fla.. April 17. 1922

" ALWAYS IN TROUBLE

WEAK; RUN-DOWN

Carolina Lady Got So She Could

CarduiBuiltMe

She Declares.

jus: Lrag.

Up,

The above entitled comedy will be
presented at the Baptist church in
Fairfield on the evening of Thursday,
June 1st. The proceeds will be used
for the benefit of the church. Every Everybody
body Everybody invited to come out. Admission
20 and 35 cents. D. M. KINARD.

Kernersville, N. C In an Interest Interesting
ing Interesting statement regarding Cardul, tha
'oman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, of
rear here, recently said: "I have
1 :.-Gwn Cardui for years, but never
Knew Its worth until a yc.ir or so f-go.
I jpras in a weakened, run-down con condition.
dition. condition. I became draggy didn't eat or
sleep to do any good; couldn't do any any-tliins
tliins any-tliins witliout a groat effort I tried
f iff c rent remedies and medicines, yet
1 continued to drag.
"1 decided to give Cardul a trial,
nnd found it was just what I really
reeded. It made me feel much strong stronger
er stronger soon after I besran to use It. I be be-gjii
gjii be-gjii to eat n?ore, and the nervous,
weak feeling began to leave. Sooa I
was sleoninz Kood.

"Card u i built me tip as HO other

tonic ever did.
"I used Cardui with one daughter

-o t "ho a3 P"Qy. fe:t fcad and tIred out
all the time. It Drought her rifeht out,

and soon she was as well as a girl

could be. We think there la nothing

like Cardui."

Do not allow yourself to become

weak and run-dovrn from womanly

troubles. Take Cardui. You may find
it just what you really need. For
more than 40 years it has been used by
thousands and thousands, and found

lust as Mrs. Mabe describes.

At your druggist's. NC-142

Minnehaha Indian moccasins, for former
mer former pride $2.50. Closing out last 19
pair at $L50. little's' Shoe Parlor. 3t

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-St

NOTICE

The fooard of county commissioners
of Marion county. Florida, in session

May 2nd, 1922, appointed the following1

persons to serve as inspectors and

clerks of the primary election in the

several precincts as indicated, in said

county, to De held June 6th, 3 922:
Precinct No. 1. Box A to Li) Ocala.

A. O. Harriss, O. B. Howse, A. L. Lucas,

inspectors; F. E. Harris Jr., clerk. (Box

M to Z) D. B. Mayo, W. J. McGehee,
L.. H. Pillans, inspectors; L. M. Murray,
clerk.

Precinct No. 2. Reddick. J. F. I

Bishop, Emma M. Cromartie, Lydie E. i

uansby, inspectors; E. D. Rou, clerk.

Precinct No. 3. Fleminsrton. W. H. :

Anderson, Dousrlas Fant. C. H. Grav.

inspectors; C. M. Mathews .clerk.
Precinct No. 4. Cotton Plant. J. A.
Keller, G. W. Mills, H. E. Snowden, In Inspectors;
spectors; Inspectors; D. N. Barco, clerk.
Precinct No. 5. Romeo. J. F. Folks.

T. E. Hutchins, J. C. Nettles, inspectors;
T. F. Morgan, clerk.

Precinct No. 6. -Camp Izzard. S. W.

Jordan, J. T. Ross, W. C. Strickland,

inspectors; H. A. Ross, clerk.

Precinct No. 7. Shady. J. M Goins.

L. I Horne, William Jones, Inspectors:

S. R. Pyles, clerk.

Precinct No. 8. Summerfield. Mrs.

Reba Davis, J. T. Hough. Mrs. Mollie
Reynolds, inspectors: Julia R. Collens.

clerk.

Precinct No. 9. Lake Weir. J. J

Drig-gers, Mrs. Mella V. Spurlin, Mrs.
Anna M. Blair, inspetcors: John- T.

Lewis, clerk.

Precinct No. 10. 'Moss Bluff. J. C.

Pillans, O. Squires, Oliver Fort, Inspec Inspectors;
tors; Inspectors; J. F. Hornbeck. clerk.

Precinct No. 11. Graham vine. L W.

Wilson, F. C. Smith, JL C. Fort, inspec inspectors:
tors: inspectors: T. L Randall, clerk.

Precinct No. 12. Salt Snrinsrs. Cal

vin Long, W. P. Williamson. J. N. Mc Mc-Quaig,
Quaig, Mc-Quaig, inspectors; M. E. Williamson,
clerk.

Precinct No. 13. Fort McCoy. C. T.

Boatwright, J. W. Stephens. W. L Cow Cow-art,
art, Cow-art, inspectors; J. L Grantham, clerk.

Precinct No. 14. Orange Springs. Ig-

nitia Bryson, R. B. Detwiler, Ethel

Hall. Inspectors; C. J. Rast, clerk.
Precinct No. 15. Linadale. W. H.
Corbett, Paul Hawkins, C. A. McCraney,
inspectors; F. D. Drawdy, clerk.
Precinct No. 16. Citra. Etta Burle Burleson,
son, Burleson, May B. Dupree, D. F. Simmons, In Inspectors:
spectors: Inspectors: W. J. Crosby, clerk.
Precinct No. 17. .Vnthony. Ida E.

Fielding, Kate M. Meadows, C. V.
Swain, inspectors: W. C. Credle. clerk.

Precinct No. 18. Martin. N. J. Town Town-send.
send. Town-send. J. H. Knoblock, John Reiff, in

spectors: J. E. Tumipseed, clerk.

Precinct no. 19. Stanton, w. a.
Coggins. W. C. Black, R. L. Lytle, in inspectors;
spectors; inspectors; J. E. Brown, clerk.
Precinct No. 20. Blitchton. Loonls
Blltch. J. W. Coulter. R. B. Fant, In Inspectors:
spectors: Inspectors: Landis Blitch, clerk.
Precinct No. 21. Bellpview. J. L.
Adams, J. A. Freeman. O. M. Gale. In Inspectors:
spectors: Inspectors: C. E. Armstrong, clerk.
Precinct No. 22. Mcintosh. Gladys
B. Burry, W. E. Christian. E. Rebecca
Gist, inspectors: L T. Hickson. clerk.

Precinct No. 23. Pedro. R. J.' Perry,
Walter Nichols. H. P. Oliver, inspec inspectors;
tors; inspectors; J. C. Perry, clerk.
Precinct No. 24. lannellon. B J.
Benson. W. H. Folks. C. E. Hood, in-.
speQtors. W. J. Mixson. clerk.
Precinct No. 25. Candler. P. A. Fort.
J. H. Mathews. J. N. Marshall, inspec inspectors:
tors: inspectors: B. D. Belcher, clerk.
Precinct No. 26. Sparr. H. D. Gran Grantham.
tham. Grantham. S. P. Burton. Frances R. Pasteur,
inspectors: Ethel M. Pte-pheTy?, clerk.
Precinct No. 27. Eureka." R. L Brin Brin-son,
son, Brin-son, L A. Marsh. Wm. E. Moore, Inspec Inspectors;
tors; Inspectors; G. B. Parramore. clerk.
Precinct No. 28. Levon. E. W. Crl Crl-der,
der, Crl-der, C E. Lucius, Will Freer, inspec inspectors:
tors: inspectors: J. W. Piatt, clerk.
Precinct No. 29. R. B. Ward. G. N.
ShealyE. F. Lyles, inspetcors, B. C.
Webb, clerk.
Precinct No. 30. Martel. P. R. Mc Mc-Mullen.
Mullen. Mc-Mullen. H. L. Shearer. J. Peckinger, In Inspectors:
spectors: Inspectors: Aubrv Frir.k. clerk.
Precinct No. 31. Fairfield. Bessie

T. Gibbon. B. S. Jennings. C. G. Miller,
i.ir?ctor?: M. T Pavne. clerk.
Precinct N'o! 3 2. Gpis-er. W. R. Tre Tre-her.
her. Tre-her. R. P. Raterie. O. H Whittington,
inspectors: I. R. Zetroue'r. clerk.
Precinct No. 3?. Emathla. S. B.

Brooks. S. J. McCullr. V. M. Seckincer, i
inspectors; A. J. McLaughlin, clerk. t
T. D. LANCASTER JR., j
S-12-lt Clerk of Said Board. I

Western and Florida Beef at best
prices.
Fresh Fish 11 cents pound.
Creamery Butter, 45 cents pound.
Phone 110. Ocala Cash- Market. 3t

Sixty-seven pair men's oxfords, for former
mer former price up to $10, to close out at
$5. Little's Shoe Parlor. 26-3t

Egyptian River Surveyors Enabled to
Ftretell Hour of Inundation of
the River Nile.

NilomeUrs were among the most an ancient
cient ancient water gauges, and were used by
the Egyptians many centuries B. C
Stone wells neu constructed on the
banks of the Nile, and water entered
these through underground ditches.
This water rose and fell in sympathy
with the rier, enabling river survey surveyors
ors surveyors (government officers) to foretell
the hour of Inundation.
Harked columns on the aides of each
well indicated the maximum, mlnlmnm
and middle gauge: the inspectors pa patrolled
trolled patrolled the backs of the Nile and in informed
formed informed the people by means of bul bulletins
letins bulletins in advance how high the' Nile
would rise &nd when the stream would
probably overflow, its banks.
Lake Moeris, In Lower Egypt, was
connected with the Nile In ancient
days by one of the many canals 'for
which the ancient Babylonian and
Egyptian engineers are now famous.
This canal was equipped with sluices
and gauges, so that the land around
It was never flooded. If the Nile
rose, all that happened was that the
blue crystal mirror of the lake rose
too. If the waters of the river fell,
then the lake filled them up by care careful
ful careful manipulation of Its sluices and Its
own waters.

ALL COMPETITION WAS A JOKE

Judge Had Another Think Coming if

He Thought He Could Do Away U

With Chimney Sweeper.

ee)s i

TRAMMER

FIRE
PROOF

WHITE STA

Negotiable Storage fUctipts Issaed on TCottoa, utoiobilea. Etc

MOVS, PACK, SHIP
IJVE STOCK.
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

LONG DISTANCE II0YTSG
Plioiie 288

i

Gepeadabte

A well-known judge in Ireland was
very fond of relating the following
story to his friends: It was at the
time of a general election and one day
when he was leaving the law courts,
Dublin, a sweep accosted him and ad addressed
dressed addressed him with familiarity. "Be off,
ye dirty scoundrel," said the judge. "I
don't know you." "Sure, that ye do,
yer 'oner," replied the sweep. 'Tve
never set eyes on you before," an answered
swered answered his lordship. "Yis, ye have, yer
'oner. Oi swept yer 'oner's chimneys."
"Oh, it was you, was it? I'll never em employ
ploy employ ybu again," replied the judge.
"You did the work badly and they've
smoked ever since. I'll never have you
again." "Oh, yes ye will, yer. 'oner."
replied the. man. "And I tell you I
won't," angrily answered his lord lordship.
ship. lordship. The sweep persisted that he
would be employed again, so the judge
asked why, saying there were plenty
of other sweeps in Ireland. "Sure, yer
'oner, all the other sweeps have be become
come become mlmbers of parliament," was the
reply Chicago American.

CROWING
Yes we are crowing about our special
Florida and Western Steaks.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Daily 50c.
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
RIALTO GAFE
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.

SASH

DOOR

Geo. MacKay X Co.
Ocala, Fla.
hardware:
high grade paint

:t:t:i;tni:;i:

Bath a Japanese Institution.
From the very earliest days baths
and bathing have been known in
Japan. And at a time in European his history
tory history when the Valoia kings of France
were requesting their courtiers to use
perfumes to counteract the lack of
bathing, the Japanese, high and law,
vere reveling in hot steam and warm
baths, which are still to be found in
every. corner of the country.
In one of the earliest books, called
the "Wakun Shlori," the Detroit News
observes, it is stated that the Tuva"
the "hot water house" Is a sacred
house. In the book called the "Teijoz "Teijoz-aki"
aki" "Teijoz-aki" the phrase "O yu dono" is used.
This also has a double meaning.
"Drinking water," or "place for mak making
ing making hot water." and from this latter
meaning there, comes the use of it to
denote "bathing place." But the word
"O yn dono" was really used by mis mistake
take mistake to denote the place near the
kitchen where hot .water was pre prepared.
pared. prepared. All these books were written
before 1200 A. D.

COAVAlXnOJER
VOTE FOR

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Infamous Tree Grows on Island.
For one of its features Christmas
Island, in the Indian ocean, may be
said to be Infamous rather than fa famous.
mous. famous. A bulletin of the National Geo

graphic society tells of a tree, believed
net to exist elsewhere, which is de described
scribed described by one disgusted visitor to the
island as emitting "the most disagree disagreeable
able disagreeable odor in the world.' With a trunk
as sturdy as an oak, and leaves as
graceful as those of an aspen. It gives
to the eye no indication of Its true
character. But Its scent permeates the
air for hundreds of feet in ever? di direction,
rection, direction, and if one is unfortunate
enough to so much as touch its bark
or leaves, nothing short of repeated
scrubbing with strong carbolic soap
will make him again fit for human so society.
ciety. society. The island is a British possession,
having been annexed in 1888 after the
discovery of rich fertilizer deposits.

v Bodge ita other!!)
K MOTOR CAJU.

v ' f :

MACK TAfLOR
OCALA. FLOBIDA Phone 348

Park Trammell
Candidate fur
United States Senator

A SI5COM) TERM

Aztec.
In a prehistoric ruin near Aztec, N.
Mex excavators found a basket-work
shield, for warding off the enemy's
spears.
The owner cunningly had coated it
with flakes of mica, fastened with gum.
In the sunlight this worked like a
mirror, blinding the enemy.
Behold, there, one of the earliest
manifestations of the inventive spirit,
chief thing that separates us from the
savagery of the past.
Our finest modern Inventions will
be considered crude when they are
unearthed by future archeologlsts.

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A FARMER, A FARMER'S FRIEND.
DEPENDABLE
(Paid Political Advertisement)

Child's Poetic Expression.
Verna is the proud sister of On her
estimation) the most darling baby
brother in the world. The other day
she went up to him and, throwing her
arms around him, remarked : "Oh, you
little doll, you're so sweet I can kiss
all the soft off of you," referring to
his cheeks, which are soft and rosy.
Chicago Tribune.
Go north bv sea using Merchants

and Miners steamers from Jackson

ville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Full information as to fares, freight
rates and sailings of Merchants and
Miners steamers from Jacksonville
supplied on request to Mr. C. M.
Haile, general agent. It
Fertilize your pojr plants and lawn
flowers with Albervs Plant Food. Sold
in 25c. 50c and $2 packages at the
Cotirt Pharmacy. 18-tf

PARK T H A M M K L. L,
THKOUOilOUT HIS" PUB PUBLIC
LIC PUBLIC CARKKR WITHOUT A
SINGLE BREAK HAS
BEEN TRTJI-J AND IOYAL
lO THE INTEREST OF
THE PEOPLE.
AS SENATOR HE WAS
ACTIVE AND LARGELY
INSTRUMENTAL in bring bringing;
ing; bringing; about the following::
FEDERAL FINANCIAL
ASS S T A N C E TO AID
FLORIDA FARMERS; A
FREIGHT RATE REDUC REDUCTION
TION REDUCTION OF ?50 A CAR ON
FLORIDA FRUITS. VEGE VEGE-BLES
BLES VEGE-BLES AND OTHER FARM

PRODUCTS; REASON-
ABLY PROMPT FREIGHT SERVICE FOR FLORIDA DURING
THE WAR; APPROPRIATIONS TO BETTER MARKETING CON-
D1TIONS; FEDERAL AID FOR GOOD ROADS; LARGER EXEMP EXEMPTION
TION EXEMPTION FROM INCOME TAX; OBTAINING GOVERNMENT MER MERCHANT
CHANT MERCHANT SHIPS FOR ALL FLORIDA PORTS; BETTER FREIGHT
RATES ON EXPORT CARGOES TO FLORIDA PORTS; THE DE DEFEAT
FEAT DEFEAT OF A TAX ON ARTICLES OF FOOD; THE LOCATION OB
A NUMBER OF SHIP BUILDING PLANTS, ARMY CAMPB AND
FLYING FIELDS IN FLORIDA DURING THE WAR; THE DE DEFEAT
FEAT DEFEAT OF A PROPOSED INCREASE IN FREIGHT RATES THAT
WOULD HAVE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST ALL SOUTH FLOR FLORIDA;
IDA; FLORIDA; THE DEFEAT OF A CERTAIN PROPOSED INCREASE IN
EXPRESS RATES ON STRAWBERRIES; SEVERAL APPROPRIA APPROPRIATIONS
TIONS APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE NAVAL AIR STATION AT PENSACOLA; THE
LOCATION OF THE SUBMARINE BASE AT KEY WEST; THE
$60 BONUS PAID SOLDIERS UPON BEING .DISCHARGED AFTER
THE WAR.
iMany other results obtained by him could 3 mentioned if space
would permit.

PARK TRAMMELL WILL, WORK FOR THE FOLLOWING:
FURTHER FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RATE REDUCTION; THE
SALE, OF MILEAGE BOOKS BY RAILROADS; FEDERAL AS ASSISTANCE
SISTANCE ASSISTANCE FOR DRAINAGE; LEASING OF MUSCLE SHOALS TO
HENRY FORD SPOKE IN THE SENATE FAVORING THIS
MONTHS AGO; MORE FUNDS FOR LOAN 8 TO FARMERS; THE
SMITH-TOWNER BILL. WHICH WILL AID PUBLIC SCHOOLS
BUT LEAVES TO THE STATE FULL CONTROL OVER ALL
SCHOOL AFFAIRS; A BETTER MARKETING SYSTEM; THE
BEST OF CAPvE FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS; A LARGER EX EXEMPTION
EMPTION EXEMPTION FOR E..CH PERSON FROM INCOME TAX; LAW RE REQUIRING
QUIRING REQUIRING PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS AGAINST RAIL RAILROADS.
ROADS. RAILROADS.
PARK TRAMMELL has measures In the Senate covering a num number
ber number of these subjects. .-
PARK TRAMMELL IS OPPOSED to the aati-lynchlng bill; high
tariff on potash; a sales tax; the merchant marine subsidy; ANY
CHANGE IN THE LAW THAT WOULD BRING BACK THE LIQ LIQUOR
UOR LIQUOR TRAFFIC THE SALOON BY THE INSTALLMENT PLAN
OR OTHERWISE
TRAMMELL ASKS FOR RE-ELECTION ON HIS OWN RECORD
AND HIS OWN MERITS. HE HAS MADE SiO ATTACK ON HIS
OPPONENT, althougn his opponent has pent considerable time
and space in frivolous and absurd criticism and attacks on htm.
THE RIDICULOUS CRITICISMS AND KNOCKS OF HIS OPPON OPPONENT
ENT OPPONENT SHOW HOW HARD UP HE IS FOR SOMETHING- TO BASE
HIS OWN CANDIDACY UPON.
HIS OPPONENT HAS NOT GIVEN ONE GOOD REASON WHY
TRAMMELL SHOULD NOT BE ELECTED TO A SECOND TERM
IN THE SENATE.
CERTAINLY TRAMM ELL'S EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING IN.
THE SENATE FOR ONE TERM WILL ENABLE HIM TO RENDER
EVEN A BETTER SERVICE DURING A SECOND TERM.
EVERY INDICATION IS THAT THE VOTERS ARE GOING TO
RE-ELECT TRAMMELL BY A LARGE MAJORITY.
HIS OPPONENT ACCORDING TO REPORTS SEEMS NO
STRONGER THAN SEX -YEARS AGO WHEN HE DID NOT CARRY
A COUNTY IN THE STATE.
P VRK TRAMMELL IS PROFOUNDLY GRATEFUL TO HIS
SUPPORTERS AND WILL SINCERELY APPRECIATE EVERY
VOTE CAST FOR HIM ON TUESDAY. JUNE
(PAID POLITICAL. ADVERTISEMENT)

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

OCALA HIGH SCHOOL'S

ANNUAL MUSIC RECITAL

Rev- J. G. Glass of Orange Lake
was a business visitor in Ocala today.

Reserved for You

and your guests. That's one of our
greatest assets among the regular
diners. We always have a table wait waiting.
ing. waiting. The cuisine is strictly high class.
We appeal to the inner man and serve
you with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
at
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DAVIDSON'S
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis have gone
to Atlanta after a visit with Mrs. W.
E. Addington.

' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton return returned
ed returned yesterday from a two weeks visit
in Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Mrs. Wade Dumas and Mrs. James
Knight returned this afternoon from
a short trip to Gainesville.

Keds. hisrh top. white, at $1.50:

Keds, high top, black, at $2.00; chil

dren's all sizes up to 2, tan and white,
at $1. Little's Shoe Parlor. 3t

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.

Youll like it. tf

Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
- CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
THONE 252

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PROTECTION INSURANCE
PAYS
DEATH,
Permanent Total Disability,
OLD AGE,
ACCIDENT,
SICKNESS.
Z H. E. GOBLE
BOX '352, Ocala, Fla.

Last night at the Woman's Club the

second annual recital of the music de department
partment department of the Ocala High School
was given. The auditorium of the
club house was filled with parents,

high school pupils and friends On

account of the limited space invitation

was by card, only. This recital was
the second that this department has
given and in the space of one year de

cided progress- was noticeable. Sev Several
eral Several new divisions have been added,

which augmented the enjoyment of

the audience.

The musical department of the

high school is in charge of Mrs.

Brown G. Cole, whose work in this
line adds much to the interest of the
students in the school work and whose
talent as an organizer is remarkable,

when the diversity of her work and

the 'untrained material she has

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.

Youll like it. tf

Miss Elizabeth Horne has returned

from -Tallahassee, where she has been

attending the Woman's College.

Mrs. E. C. Beuchler left this after

noon for a two months' stay in Geor

gia with friends and relatives.

Mrs. Harry Wikle is leaving for

Tamap this afternoon to spend the

week with her sister, Mrs. Harley

Marsh.

-Fashion's newest creations in So

ciety Brand clothes. Guarantee Cloth
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takable unmistakable compliment
that Is ever expressed by
"THE WRITE GIFT will wipe
out the miles between you.
Our extensive variety of
. styles and grades will In Inspire
spire Inspire a wise selection.
Boxed Writing Paper prices
range from twenty five
cents upwards.
THE BOOK SHOP

Don Rey.'that good cigar." 19-10t
' Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c

and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. 18-tf

Miss Margaret Taylor is planning

to leave soon for New Hampshire

where she is anticipating an interest

ing summer with Mrs. Eastman and
her two daughters at their summer

camp in Keen. ...

a Miss Belle Andrews, one of. the
teachers in the primary deypartmerit

of the Ocala school, has gone to

Jacksonville, where she will remain

until the first of June, when she wil'

go to Nashville to attend a summer

normal.

AN OPEN LETTER

(Continued from First Page)

of the people, who handled this mat matter,
ter, matter, and as the trustees of the peo peoples'
ples' peoples' money, to see that these bonds
are restored and delivered to Marion
county, together with any interest
which the county has paid thereon, in
order that a fair, legal and valid sale
of same may be made.

J udge Bullock in my opinion, is
friendly to you, ands in fact a per personal
sonal personal friend of many, if not all, of
the members of your two boards. He
is the judge for this circuit. It seems

!tme that such an expression of opin opin-f
f opin-f i i i

ion on nis pan as coniainea in nis
order, coming as it does from one who
is not only the judge of the court, hav having
ing having jurisdiction of these matters, but
is personally friendly to you gentle gentlemen,
men, gentlemen, ought to induce you to yield to

tQ j his opinion and judgment, and to

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We believe in honest and conservative methods. We believe in
promptness, courtesy, and the best banking service that it is pos possible
sible possible to attain.
With these purposes ever before us, we cordially invite your ac account,
count, account, with the assurance of safety "and satisfaction.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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gram, and one that was rendered by a

pupil who had been in this depart department
ment department only since Christmas, and was

beginner, received more than the

usual amount of applause.

Mrs. Cole's work in the music de

partment is highly efficient and the

creditable manner in which the pupils,
in solo and chorus work, rendered the

program and the hearty applause with

which these numbers were received

show that her work is bearing good
fruit and is appreciated.

After a program of twelve numbers

consisting of vocal and instrumental

solos had been rendered, a cantata
entitled, "The Village Blacksmith,"
was given". Those taking part in the

cantata were: Ruth Colms, Marie

Robertson, Louie Smoak, Marguerite
Counts, Brent Woods, Thelma Smed Smed-ley,
ley, Smed-ley, Violet Jones, Mabel Priest, Maude
Little, Hazel Lawson, Annie MacKay,

Marion Meffert, Mea Dozier Haile,
Claude Barnett, Junie Counts, Carlyle
Ausley, Edward Burhman, Jack Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Dudley Cole, Maurice Stevens,
and Mildred Bullock, accompanist.

Miss Collie Clark and Mr. Howard
Clark's three children left yesterday

afternoon" for Texas. Miss Clark will

visit relaitves in. several places in

that state before returning to Ocala,
while the children will make their
home, with their grandmother, Mrs.
Elizabeth" Bonner, in Kirvin.

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work with are taken into considera-1 UI '"S "Ie nugauun to an rau ay can can-tion.
tion. can-tion. A number on last niglit's pro-jcelling the bond sale a"d getting the

bonds back into the possession of the
county for re-sale.
My counsel informs me that the
effect of Judge Bullock's order makes
it necessary to have all "matters in the
case decided by the judge of some
other circuit. Next Thursday, June
1st, you are to meet, I understand, to
consider bids for building roads. I do

not feel inclined to apply to the judge

ot another court for a temporary re

straining order against you. On the
contrary, I prefer to let you take the
responsibility and risk of acting, in
view of the circumstances. You and
the other defendants now know what
the judge of our circuit thinks about
the bond sale. If in view of all the
circumstances, you want to obligate
the county by road contracts, yours

must be the sole responsibility.

I consider that Judge Bullock's

order is equivalent, or should be, tq
an injunction, and therefore shall not
apply to any other judge to restrain

your action.

If you will arrange to have these

bonds re-delivered to the county so

they may be resold, and see that all

interest already paid on them is re refunded,
funded, refunded, no one will be the loser. The
bonds can then be resold, I hope at

par, which will result in a large finan financial
cial financial advantage to the county, and to

all you gentlemen as taxpayers there

of. Further continuance of litieratlon

over the matter depends upon you and

your co-defendants. As already stat stated,
ed, stated, I shall continue and carry the case

to a finality, unless some fair and just

settlement of it is agreed upon. Other
citizens have assured me of their pur purpose
pose purpose to join as complainants, but

whether they do so or not, the case

will go on until settled, and I am pub

lishing this letter so as to state my
position, and to inform the public as

to what has occurred thus far, and as
to what may happen in the future.
John R. Martin.
Ocala, Fla,, May 26, 1922.

Mr. O. M. Hickman, who was in
Ocala a couple of months ago in con connection
nection connection with the revival at the Baptist
church, was in town today en route
from his home in St. Petersburg to
Cedar Key, to hold services.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Haysley and
three children of Eustis, have taken
the Robert Tydings cottage on Wash Washington
ington Washington street and will take possession
immediately. Mr. Haysley is in the
employ of the city and will be here
for some time in connection with the
sidewalk paving that will commence
in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and two
daughters, Sara and Lucy, of Palatka,

(arrived in the city today and will be

tne weeK-end guests oi Mrs. jonn jonn-son's
son's jonn-son's mother, Mrs. O. N. Geise, and
sister, Mrs. L. W Ponder.
Thirty-seven pair boys' oxfords,
value up to seven dollars ; sizes 3 to
5. To close out at $2.50. Little's
Shoe Parlor, W. Broadway. 26-3t

V. K. Lane, M. D., physician .and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office ove' 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala. Fla.

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf

Don Rey, "that good cigar." l9-10t
Mrs. F. E. McClarie ahdMrs. J. E.
Godwin"will be hostesses Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to Circle A of the Baptist
church. They will entertain at the
home of Mrs. F. E. McClane, 711 E.
11th St., at 4 o'clock. They will have
as their guests the members of Circle
B. The members of both circles are

requested to note the change of date,.

on account of the Memorial Day ex-

ercises.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
. .... Tampa-Manatee-2:15
am St. Petersburg 4:05 : n
2:55 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-Sc. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
LeaVeg Station Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 pm
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg 9:16 pm
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville 7:00 am
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosaska 6:20 pm
:10 am JOcala-Wilcox 11:59 m
7:25 am fOcala-Lakeland 11:50 am
JMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
tTuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

GOING OFF FOR THE SUMMER

Look over our line of Roundtree
trunks and Lily luggage before buy buying
ing buying ydur summer traveling necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
y. M,B. O.D. 17-tf

PICTURE FRAMING

Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t

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

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(RATES under this heading are as
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.
CHEAP FOR (JUICK SALE Buick
four; Nl mechanical condition. W.
B. Flewellen, Mcintosh, Fla. 27-6t

FURNISHER APARTMENT FOR
RENT Phone 182. 27-tf

WANTED A second hand Ford in
good condition. A car worn out not
wanted. Address "Ford," care the
Star. 27-3t

The ladies of the Baptist church are
looking forward to the visit of Mrs.
Carrie Hobson Baer, who is connect

ed with the Woman's Missionary

Union. Mrs. Baer is a daughter of
Rev. Hobson of the First Baptist
church of Jacksonville, and a gradu graduate
ate graduate of the Baptist Missionary Insti Institute
tute Institute of Louisville. She is a young

woman of unusual ability and her

stay in Ocala. from the 12th to the
16th of June, will be filled with in

teresting work.

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

$50 REWARD Will pay this reward

for the return of three setters, two

males and one fentale, lost some
days ago. One has black ears and
black face: two have small black

spot at root of tail. J. B. Christ,ei

at Chero-Cola Bottling Works,

Ocala, Fla. 27 tf

WANTED A furnished apartment
for light housekeeping. Apply to

A. Christiansen, phone 189. 24-3t

FOR RENT Two or three rooms fur furnished
nished furnished for light housekeeping. Ap Apply.
ply. Apply. 212 Orange Ave. 22-tf

Miss Jessie Pinson, a teacher in the

primary school, is visiting in Dunnel-

lon before returning to her home in
DeLand.

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar

ket. Phone 108. t?

HERRICK WILL PRoVe

HIMSELF A HIGHFLYER

FOR SALE Three SEWING MA MACHINES
CHINES MACHINES and other slightly used
FURNITURE. See Max Fishel
Tuesdays to Fridays. 22-12t

MIRRORS

MADE TO ORDER
RESIL.VERED

Florida Glass and Novelty Works,
218 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville,
Florida. tf

FO RRENT A house, also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs. Emily
Green, 605 Oklawaha avenue, phone
383. 20-6t

Miss Grace BocUer, a teacher in the

primary school the past term, is nowJ

at Bell, visiting her parents. After
leaving "here Miss Booker wrote to
Ocala friends of her marriage which
took place about a month ago to Mr.

Henry T. Philphot of Gainesville. The

wedding was very quiet and only a

few intimate friends of the family

were present. Mr. Philphot is a law

.student in the university and after a

short visit to her parents in Bell Mrs.
Philphot will join her husband in
Gainesville, where they will make
their home.

BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers wih box labels in one or
more colo.3 of ink at reasonable
prices cn short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. Ocala, Fla. 22-tf

PHONE

Ou'pkjRJJCe framing department is

Again, open. New mouldings and sup sup-Tplierhawbetut
Tplierhawbetut sup-Tplierhawbetut in and we are pre pre-'
' pre-' pared W make up and deliver on short
noLlp"'- '-77!.;, SatrWed r
? XJEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY

For the afternoon of Thursday, June
8th, the B. & P. W. Club has chartered
a boat which will make the trip down
the Oklawaha, the return trip to be
made by moonlight.

Don Rey. "that good, eigar." 19-10t
.Bargain, one Fard, lStT cjmadel.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 23-tf

277

for messenger boys. Errands run, mes
sages and small packages delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city for 10 cents.

The better vdu care for

a. your eyes will care for

g.v you.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

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No
Charge!
for
Some
Kinds of
Service on
All Kinds
of
Batteries
There are a lot of
things we do here at no
charge, without regard
to whether your bat battery
tery battery is a Willard or not.
There are other things,
such as repairs, recharging
and so on, that we have to
charge for, but even with
them we throw in a good
measure of service that we
never ask you to pay for.
We're Battery Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and we give the
same careful attention to
all makes of batteries.
Come in, and get ac acquainted.
quainted. acquainted. Ocala Storage
Battery COe
Phone 348
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries

Washington, May 26. (Associated
Press). Willing to take a chance with
death to prove himself the'only aerial
daredevil of Congress, Representative
Herrick, of Oklahoma, accepted an
aviator's invitation yesterday to join
him in a high flight with the brakes
off. Herbert J. Fahey, the flier, had

promised the Oklahoman that he would

lose more than a necktie if he agreeed
to go up.
"You will at your eariiest conven convenience
ience convenience go with me to-the war depart department,"
ment," department," Mr. Herrick wrote, "and make
request for a. plane and I will, back up
the request as a H congressman, per personally."
sonally." personally." The Oklahoma House member said
he would make no request himself be

cause he "was sore at the department
for issuing an order that I must do no
more stunt flying over the capitol for
fear I might fall upon the sklight and
fracture a pane or two and thus put
some sliver of glass in some sleepy
senator's or congressman's nose."
"If you really have any sand in your
craw to make good the challenge," Mr.
He. rick added, "why you just mosey
arcur.d to my office and we will go to
the war department together.".'
Dropping into his own home-made
poetiy, Herrick gave this:
"If when we fly away on high we
should fall down and die,
"Anyone wrho wants to cry must rub
an onion in their eye."
Advising Fahey to take out some
life insurance, Herrick added that he
had none.
"Personally I don't-expect to as I
am leaving no dependents behind. For
I. have neither father nor mother, sis sister
ter sister nor brother, uncle nor aunt, nephew
nor niece, nor cousin even in the 43rd
degree. Life to me is not sweet, and
I don't care two whoops in Gehenna if
you go up a couple of miles, stand her
on her nose and let her hit."

- ICE CREAM

UtLlVtKLU
At Your Home

Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk of iri bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c. at creamery. Bricks:
. Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c- 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, O. K. Teapot Grocery, Ollie Mordis and Pasteur &
Brown Jtlarket.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Phone 04'

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Alberfs Plant Food. Sold
'w. 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

mmiimmiBttmr"

The
Windsor
Hotel

JACKSONVILLE, FLA

IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
KOHKRT M. MEYER,
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH
, Proprietor

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FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT GOOD PRINTING IS GOOD INVESTMENT

Would you
send oufa
poorly
dressed
representative?

CROWING
Yes we are crowing about our special
Florida and Western Steaks.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Daily 50c.
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
RIALTOCAFE
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.

Your business
stationery is
your business
representative.

ARE YOU HARD
TO PLEASE? "'
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
business.
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
right.

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NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED

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PHONE 243

This is to certify that I haxe this
dy placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals which have
been found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to the ordinance of said city:
Six hogs; four hogs marked swallow
fork in both ears, and two hogs un unmarked.
marked. unmarked. The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereox,
to-wit: On the 30th day of May,
1922, 1 will sell the same to tne high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to' take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the -city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
. Henry Gordon,
" fc3Tarshal W ofcaIav-

J. H. Freeman, Impounder of Stock.

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