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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Saturday. TEMPERA r LI KES This morning, 69; this afternoon, 89.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:24; Sets, 7:28. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 137
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TOOK 15 IttNlNGS
TO BREAK THE TIE
Strenuous Game Won by the Ocala
Boys Yesterday Afternoon
At Lake City
The lads from Ocala came back big
and strong yesterday and took the
second game of the series from Lake
City by a two to one score. It took
fifteen innings to capture this game
but the Harrisites stuck with the
Easterlies- until the job was done.
Lefty Whitney made himself famous
by only letting up five hits in the fif fifteen
teen fifteen innings. The fans say he got
stronger as the game grew older.
Ocala landed on Fisher for 13 safe
ones. Van Landingham made both
of Ocala 's runs, scoring the winning
run in the fifteenth on a hit by Rymer,
a new fielder that Harris annexed in
Lake City. Lake City scored her only
run in the first inning and from then
until the ninth inning it was one 'to
nothing in their favor, but in the
ninth Ocala put across the tying
score and from then until the fifteenth
it was nip and tuck.
The score by innings: RHE
Lake City. 100 000 000 000 000-1 6 4
Ocala 000 000 001000 001-2 13 1
Phillips a Good Sport
jThe Star this morning received the
folowing dispatch from W. W. Phillips
of Lake City. Mr. Phillips is a leg legislator
islator legislator from Columbia county, and
brother to J. P. Phillips of Oeala.
Lake City, June 9.
Evening Star, Ocala: You have a
wonderful ball team playing us here.
It. is clean and fast and worthy of
united support. W. W. Phillips.
HAS BASEBALL PEP
Although the local team was away
yesterday and we had no ball game in
Ocala, the loyal fans were able to keep
up with the game by innings through
the courtesy of the Phillips Drug
Store. In spite of the feat that it was
Thursdav afternoon and the stoxe
was closed, they i got the reports m
ning by inning from the game and
posted the returns in front of the
store. This store has posted the
major league reports all season and
is serving the baseball loving public
in a way that is highly appreciated.
A quiet wedding took place yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the Episcopal church
with Rev. J. J. Neighbour officiating,
the contracting parties being Miss
Elizabeth Baskin and Mr. James Clay
Stewart of Anthony. The wedding
ceremony of the Episcopal church was
impressively read by the rector and
was witnessed by a few friends and
relatives. The bride is a pretty and
attractive young woman and the
groom is one of the stalwart sons of
Anthony who served his country in
the world war. To this couple their
friends extend best wishes for their
THIS FISCAL YEAR
SOON WILL END
As the government's fiscal year
ends on June 30, all government taxes
expire as of that date. It will be nec necessary,
essary, necessary, for taxpayers to make applica
tion and pay tax during the month of
July or be subject to penalties.
AH persons holding permits under
the Harrison narcotic act must re
register before July 1st. lhis is a
very strict requirement and should be
All manufacturers, producers, im
porters of beverages, unfermented
fruit juices, still drinks, mineral or
table waters, finished or fountain
syrups and carbonic acid gas, to avoid
being penalized, should make applica
tion for registry on or before July 1
Owners of motor boats over five
tons and over 32 feet should make ap
plication on form 732, showing wheth
er they are used exclusively for trade
or pleasure. All boats used for pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of the dimensions quoted above
are taxable. Those used exclusively
for trade are not taxable, but should
have exemption cards.
D. T. Gerow, Collector.
Our stock of fresh meats, vege
tables and poultry is always the best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
prompt delivery. Main Street Market
Phone .108. 2-tf
New Millinery weekly FISHEL'S.
FURTHER GAINS III
Committee of the Whole Will Have
To Take Flivver Magnate's Offer
Washington, June 9. (Associated
Press). Three separate reports set
ting forth recommendations for action
by Congress respecting Muscle Shoals
were made to the House today by
members of the military committee.
Each report admits the task of mak
ing the final decision a duty for the
full membership of the House.
Acting Chairman McKenzie of Illi
nois, who drafted the majority report,
declares at the outset of that docu document
ment document that the Ford proposal was the
only one found worthy of serious con
sideration and asks its acceptance,
provided the Gorgas steam plant is
not included among the projects to be
Concurrence in the majority report,
except for references to the Gorgas
plant, is voiced in the minority report
presented by Wright of Georgia, and
supported by James, republican, of
Michigan, and the remaining demo
cratic committee members.
The third report, submitted by
Parker, republican, of New Jersey, is
adverse to acceptance of the Ford of offer
fer offer unless it is modified in other sec sections
tions sections than that dealing with the Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas plant.
UNABLE TO GIVE OUT ANY
House leaders decline today to give
the membership any idea as to how
soon the reports dealing with Ford's
offer for the Muscle Shoals project
might be taken up for consideration.
, ANOTHER OFFICE
The creation of the office of solicitor
of prohibition is being considered by
the internal revenue bureau and the
department of justice, Prohibition
Commissioner Haynes said today.
The incident created by public dis discussions
cussions discussions of tariff questions by Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Ricci of Italy, which brought
forth criticism in the Senate, has been
definitely closed as far as the Ameri American
can American government is concerned. Ricci
saw Secretary Hughes yesterday and
it was learned today that the confer conference
ence conference ended the matter.
COTS FOR CONFEDS
The Senate adopted a resolution au
thorizing the war department to lend
100 Oarmy cots to the Confederate
veterans for use at the convention in
Richmond this month.
FROM MR. HUNTER
I desire to express to my friends
my sincere appreciation for their loy
alty and support in the primary cam
paign just passed. It will always be
a pleasure to remember the friend
ships formed in the campaign just
closed. I extend to Mr. Hocker my
best wishes for a successful term as
representative of Marion county.
" Charles W. Hunter.
.Ocala, Fla., June 8th.
SUPPER MENU FOR SATURDAY
Supper served in the basement of
the Methodist church Saturday eve
ning from to 8 o'clock.
Hot rolls ..... 5c
Baked ham 10c
Chicken salad 25c
Tomatoes with mayonnaise ......10c
Stuffed peppers (cheese and pi
Rice with giblet gravy 10c
Scalloped corn 10c
Pie. Der cut 10c
Cake, per slice ,.,..10c
Ice cream . , 10c
Iced tea 5c
KATO ASKS FOR
TIME TO CONSIDER
Tokio, June 9. (By the Associated
Press). Admiral Baron E. Kato to today
day today was offered the premiership of
Japan. He asked time to consider
whether he would undertake to form
a cabinet. Admiral Kato headed the
Japanese delegation to the Washing Washington
ton Washington arms conference.
CARS, CARS, CARS, CARS
Al condition. Cash or terms.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
9-tf Phone 8, Ocala.
It Would Have Been Better for Hague
To Hare Used Ammunition
On His Enemies
Mayo, June 9. (By the Associated
Press). Dr. James A. Hague, mem member
ber member of the state board of medical ex examiners
aminers examiners and vice president of the
Mayo State Bank, one of Lafayette
county's most ..wealthy and widely
known citizens, shot himself to death
at the home of his sister at Alton, late
yesterday. His sister saw him put
the pistol to his temple and before
she could interfere he fired, killing
himself instantly. He left a note say saying
ing saying politics and his enemies had ruin
ed him and there was no other way
He left a wife and four children.
HELL YEARNS FOR HIM
London, June 9. (By Associated
Press). From sources which cannot
be doubted, it is learned that Premier
Lenine's condition up to a few days
ago was regarded in Moscow at criti critical
cal critical and probably hopeless. No word
as to what changes the intervening
days have brought has been received.
IN THE CITY
A large crowd of citizens was pres present
ent present to hear Mr. J. W. Elliott, general
director of the Benevolent Order
United National Defenders discuss
the merits of that organization last
night on the courthouse square. Mr.
) Elliott is a master of the English
anguage and handled his subject in
such a way that no one could possibly
misunderstand the purposes of the or organization.
ganization. organization. He outlined very distinctly his idea
of the attributes and qualifications
necessary to make a red-blooded and
ideal American citizen, stating that
to qualify as such a man must first
be loyal to the flag of the United
States and be ready at any time to
give up his life for all that the flag
stands for. Next he must be a good
husband, father, brother or son. These
three qualifications form a foundation
that is indestructible.
Mr. Elliott stated that our country
is passing through a crisis such as
would require the united effort of all
true Americans to combat and de
stroy. There are over 3000 salaried
bolshevistic agents in this country
and it is the boast of the soviet lead
ers of Russia that our country will be
under their power in less than ten
Mr. Elliott came to this city upon
an invitation extended to him by Dr.
F. E. McClane. Dr. McClane, while
visiting St. Petersburg recently, be became
came became very much interested in the
Benevolent Order United National
Defenders and the purposes for which
it was founded. St. Petersburg has
a large commandery of the organiza organization.
tion. organization. Dr. McClane became' so much
interested in the order that he volun
tarily offered his services as director
for the,, southern division, the only
stipulation he made being that the
southern headquarters be located in
Dr. McClane says that "the Benev Benevolent
olent Benevolent Order United National Defend Defenders
ers Defenders was founded in Knoxville, Tenn.,
in 1919 and now has over 100,000
members. Its growth has never been
excelled in human activities. It is
backed by some of the most promi prominent
nent prominent men in the country. Its plan of
operation is distinctly unique. It is
a patriotic civic luncheon club, fra fraternal
ternal fraternal and beneficial brotherhood and
"We shall have," continued the doc doctor,
tor, doctor, "about 500 members in Ocala and
throughout the county and over 50,000
members in the state. Already many
of our prominent citizens have enroll enrolled
ed enrolled and we shall probably petition the
supreme national council for a char charter
ter charter in a few days."
Dr. McClane has been appointed
division director for the entire south southern
ern southern division, which includes the south southern
ern southern half of Alabama and Georgia and
the entire state of Florida. Ocala
has been officially designated as the
headquarters for this division and
each alternate division convention
will be held in Ocala and all of the
business of the division will be
handled through the office in this city.
The address delivered by Mr. Elliott
last evening was listened to with at attention
tention attention and much enjoyed by all pres-
ent and after he concluded many
citizens indicated their desire to en-
roll at once.
Satisfied Customers our best asset.
Communicate Your Sentiments
This Vital Matter to the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee
How strong are you for capital re removal?
moval? removal? Will you be among those who
will attend the meeting in Palatka on
next Tuesday, June 13th? The Flor Florida
ida Florida State Association for Capital Re Removal
moval Removal meets in that city on that date.
Ocala has been asked to have a strong
delegation present. If you can make
the trip you are requested to notify
the Chamber of Commerce at once
stating whether you will take your
car and whether you will have room
for others. The general meeting in
Palatka will take place at 1:30, but
those1 attending will be guests of the
citizens of Palatka at a luncheon at
The executive committee consisting
of the president and a vice president
from each of the counties will meet in
the morning at 10 o'clock and there
will be a, general meeting at 1:30.
Something like thirty counties have
elected their vice presidents. W. T.
Gary- is vice president of Marion
county and will attend.
PRESIDENT PAID HIGH
TRIBUTE TO WASHINGTON
Princeton, N. J., June 9. (By the
Associated Press). The brilliancy of
General Washington's gains in action
and devotion to his followers of the
Continental army under great priva privation
tion privation were extolled by President Hard Harding
ing Harding today in an address at the dedica dedication
tion dedication of the battle monument at
Belleview, June 8. Last Sunday
was Baptist day in Belleview and it
was a great day for not only Baptists
but the friends who sHared their en entertainment
tertainment entertainment in a full day of religious
services. Rev, Martin was there from
Island Grove accompanied by two of
his bright and talented daughters,:
Misses Vernie and Demarice. These i
young ladies are a bright bit of en encouragement
couragement encouragement and leave a cheerful im impression
pression impression of what a real preacher's
children are, by their charming man
ner and bright dutlook on life. Miss
Vernie has won for herself a teacher's
certificate of which she is justly proud
and to prove the worth of that certifi certificate
cate certificate she has traveled thru one whole
school term successfully as a teacher.
Miss Demarice is still in school but
looks forward happily to the day when
she can specialize in her chosen pro profession
fession profession and go out and fill her place
in the world. These girls are espe
cially fond of their dad and real
proud of him as a minister of the gos gospel.
pel. gospel. I know, because they told me so.
The Sunday school was well attend attended,
ed, attended, quite a number of visitors taking
part, after which the preaching serv
ices were announced. Rev. Martin
took a very broad text from Hebrews
13:8 and he spoke very broadly and
squarely upon it. To bring his mes-j
sage more closely home to his goodly
congregation he took descriptions
from all times, ancient and modern,
and all the way thru his sermon im impressed
pressed impressed one with his sincerity and
There were several families who
had come from a distance and who
really wanted the full enjoyment of
the day, so they brought their lunch
and at noon they gathered in the little
oak grove near the church and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the midday meal together. The
much talked of Methodist fried chick chicken
en chicken was at this little gathering, but as
per schedule there was also the threat threatening
ening threatening Baptist rain to drown his crow.
During the afternoon friends from
a distance visited their Belleview
friends and at seven o'clock the B. Y.
P. U. held its regular Sunday evening
service. It was at this meeting that
Mrs. I. I. Strong made a motion that
the B. Y. P. U. make its park from
the present location on North Front
street to the pretty oak grove on the
church lot. The subject was not set settled
tled settled at this meeting; however, it is
being favorably considered and there
is not much doubt about its accept acceptance
ance acceptance by the B. Y. P. U., for it sure is
a moving bunch.
preaching when Rev. -Martin again
I enjoyed the encouragement ;f a good-
ly and attentive congregation and he
showed his appreciation by giving an
other good sermon with a message for
t each and every one. All the way thru
Chamber of Commerce,
Ocala, Fla, June 9.
SHIPPING POINT INFORMATION
Ocala: Haulings heavy, large stock
scarce, demand active for large stock,
market firm, little change in prices.
Carlots Tom Watsons 5 tiers 18-20s
$60-90, 4 tiers 22-26 $90-150, 28s $165-
190, 30s $200-250.
Telegraphic Reports from Important
Markets This Morning
Baltimore: 5 Florida arrived, 5 re re-consigned,
consigned, re-consigned, 10 on track. Closing Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, opening today, demand and move movement
ment movement slow, market steady. Sales to
retailers 18-20s 25-30c, 28-20s 50-55c.
Carlot sales 4 tiers 22-24s wasty $200
and $250 28-30s $400.
New York: 19 Florida arrived, sup supplies
plies supplies light, demand' and movement
limited, market slightly stronger. Car Car-lots
lots Car-lots 30-33s $550-650, 25-28s $400-500,
Chicago: 21 Florida arrived 36 on
track. Supplies light, demand and
movement active, market strong, 4
tiers 23s $400, 24-25s $475, 27s $600,
30s $650, 5 tiers 18s $375, 20s $400.
MORRISTON SUFFERS FROM
A DISASTROUS FIRE
A party of Ocala people who went
to Lake City yesterday, report that
the town of Morriston was practically
wiped off the map by fire. The fire
is reported to have started at about
4:30 in the afternoon and destroyed
a large portion of the town.
JAMES C. DUNN
Chicago, June 9. (By Associated
Press ).7-James C. Dunn, president
and chief owner of the Cleveland Am American
erican American League baseball club, died here
this morning. Death came after a
long illness which first became acute
last February. Manager Tris Speaker,
on receiving word of Dunn's death,
announced that today's game between
Cleveland and the Washington club,
would not be played.
Rev. Martin's sermons he carries the
personal evangelism idea that so
many of the churches are Working for
these days. This was a day of days
and plans are already being talked of
for the next first Sunday meeting.
Mrs. L. N. Shedd has gone to Co
lumbia, S. C, where she was called on
account of the death of baby Alice
Louise Noland, her brother's only
child. Rev. and Mrs. Noland are well
known in Belleview and they have the
sympathy of a wide circle of friends
in this hour of sadness.
Mrs. Ora Taylor has gone to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to transact business.
Last -Tuesday afternoon, despite the
downpour of rain, Mrs. Wendell and
daughter, Miss Irma entertained the
Methodist thimble party. There were
eighteen ladies present and an inter interesting
esting interesting -meeting was enjoyed.
Mr, and Mrs. O. S. Shade and
brother, Mr. Schram, have returned
to Jacksonville after a pleasant visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe at the
Lake View House.
Mrs. I. I. Strong has returned from
usceoia ana expects to remain in
Belleview several weeks.
Word comes from Rev. and Mrs.
W. E. Searles that they are enjoying
a visit with their son and his family
in .Birmingham, but expect to move
The trucking season is holding up
to the remarkable extent that both
packing houses have plenty to do and
sometimes work at night to take care
of the steady stream of tomatoes
that keeps pouring in. The continual
rains have hurt the crop to some ex
tent, however this is the finest truck
season Belleview has ever experienced-
.. .. .Ov .o-. .o.
I Attention, Knights of Pythias!
Ocala Lodge No. 19, Knights of Pythias, and
visiting Knights, are requested to attend Me Memorial
morial Memorial Services at the Christian Church
SUNDAY NIGHT, JUNE 11th, AT 8:00 O'CLOCK.
' Sermon by Rev. C. H. Trout
Music by selected Choir and Orchestra.
Knights will assemble at Castle Hall at 7:30
and attend the services in a body.
WON'T REDUCE KEY
Probable that Railway Telegraphers
Won't Have to Suffer From
Chicago, June 9. (By Associated
Press). Railway telegraphers prob
ably will not be included in the third
wage cut order or the railroad labor
board, according to rumors today of
a contemplated new slash from the
railroad payrolls. The new wage cuts
to follow those for maintenance of
way employes and shopmen will affect
clerks, signalmen, stationary firemen,
oilers and marine department em
ployes, according to reports. The tele telegraphers
graphers telegraphers number approximately 81,-
000 and there are so many local con
ditions on the various lines that would
have to be considered deliberation of
the order affecting telegraphers would
necessarily consume many weks.
Cincinnati, June 9. (By Associated
Press). The executive committee of
the six railway shop crafts unions in
each of the country's three divisions
will convene in Chicago June 24th,
preparatory to canvassing the shop shopmen's
men's shopmen's strike vote, which is returnable
June 25th, it was announced today by
B. M. Jewell, head of the federated
New York, June, 9. (By Associated
Press). Another high record for the
season was made today in the cotton
market when October contracts touch-
ed22.17, an advance of 64 poins over
yesterday's closing quotations.
IT CAN BE DONE
(St. Petersburg Independent)
Automobile drivers generally obey
the laws and regulations laid down by
St. Petersburg, with two exceptions;
they will not hold down to the speed
limit and they will not dim their
lights when meeting other cars. Of
course there are some drivers who
persistently disobey the laws in other
respects, but in the main the laws
here are well obeyed, not from fear
of arrest but because the wisdom of
the regulations is recognized as mak making
ing making for the safety of alL
' What to do with the few who re refuse
fuse refuse to obey the law is the big quest question
ion question presented in this and other cities.
The New York World tells of the "as "astonishing
tonishing "astonishing increase" in the number of
offences against 'the automobile
speeding laws in the metropolis, and
regrets the fact that neither arrests
nor fines seem to avail against the
intention of many people to break
But they will avail in time. En Enforce
force Enforce a law that had been neglected,
and for a season itwill appear that
people are breaking it out of very
stubborness. But keep on enforcing
it and punishing those who violate
the law, and infractions of the law
will soon begin to grow less.
The trouble with the enforcement
of automobile regulations is that en enforcement
forcement enforcement is so rarely continuous.
There will come a period when the
police will be active, and people will
begin to obey the law. And then the
police will forget about the law, and
the old offences will begin to recur.
The force of all law lies in the cer certainty,
tainty, certainty, not in the severity, of punish punishment.
ment. punishment. The latest product of protectionism
has been christened "Consumers' Tar Tariff."
iff." Tariff." It ought to be theirs; .they will
pay for it. Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922
Ocala Evening Star
rabllabed Kery Day Except SaaAajr hj
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
occurrence, depending on-the height
of the water, for there are rapids in
the Withlacoochee which the boat
could not surmount when the
H. J. Blttlacer, Prealdeat
11. O. Leareas Vf-Prcal4eat
p. v. Leateasood, Seer.ttr7-T1e1.mr tIe big "store and ware-
ml. MX. UCBJHBIia WUIH
was low. They were": strenuous trips,
fir the Wekiwa and Withlacoochee do
not flow with the smooth current of
the Silver and Oldawaha, but the lit-
house supplied 'with necessaries and
Entered at Ocala, Fix. postofflce the few Jaxuriea for the i pioneers of
butltm office Plr-Oa
KtUtvrlal Deaartneat Twe-SeTea
Saeletr Heporter Flre-Oae
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dispatches herein are also reserved.
DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, in advance $6.00
Three months. In advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1-60
One month. In advance
that day most of them at lower
prices than at present. Then came
the railroad the Silver Springs,;
Ocala & Gulf and the boats ceased to
run. Shortly after, phosphate was
discovered and Dunnellon sprang into
being. Blue Springs became Juliet
station, later Juliet Junction, the
springs and, the, run lost "-their com commercial
mercial commercial value, but,became even more
value as a. pleasure resort. It is a fine
place for bathing there is an up-
to date bathhouse with pier and
springboard,' arid at night bright elec
tric globes east' their 'effulgence on
Dtaplays Plate 15 cents per inch for water.
An ciaii t I (ni-ArtiAna Aire ti a f A i n AT I
tions 25 per cent additional. Composl- J lnis place.
tlon charges on ads. that run less "ani j o j., of -a-tileaaant
ix times 10 cents Der Inch. Special June o, was e ficene oi a pieasant
position 25 per cent additional. Rates I gathering. J)unneUon and Ocala have
four inches will take a higher rate, J each a large and .progressive K. of P.
which will be furnished upon applica- aA,, whiK are of imitiul assistance
Five cents per line to each other, and as each is of the
for first Insertion; three cents per line v ... . 4.,-
for each subsequent insertion. onel1"S"' -wa"lPV"i wwu men
change a week allowed on readers with
out extra composition cnarges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
fraternity naturally draws the two
The Dunnellon .Jcnigfats decided to
have a full-sized fish fry at Blue
Springs : Thursday -and invite their
Ocala .brethren, and this, program was
most successfully .carried eut. Sever Several
al Several para. .wizlt knio-a anI la.
Few olaces in Florida are possessed A8 wU,aaaood-siKd delega
tion of children, 4ef t Ocala Thursday
were cooked in record time and with
Altho all had plenty, many going
for a second helping, there was
enough and then some. The last the
reporter saw of the table, the bunch
of colored boys who had helped were
standing at the end of it, before
them a mountain of fish, which they
were rapidly digging down to a small
There was no harry to start home
after supper. The people enjoyed a
social mixing and chatted pleasantly.
Ocala and Dunnellon people are well
equainted, there being many from
each town who have gone to the other.
About eight o'clock, however, the
crowd began to thin out. A big
powerboat, loaded with happy young
folk, sputtered and barked, and then
raced away down the run toward
Dunnellon, with a "bone in her teeth
and a foaming wake." Auto after
auto climbed the rim of the saucer
and shone its lights homeward.
The Star reporter was not able to
count up the Ocalans present. They
mixed up so in the crowd and were
never in one place more than a min
ute, except when eating, at which time
the reporter was feeding himself.
Most of the Ocala people went over
the new road by Martel and Cotton
Plant. It is in fair condition, tho'
rough in places, and it surely does
run thru some pretty country.
IN ONE OF FLORIDA'S
of as much natural beauty as .the
Wekiwa Blue Springs, at Juliet, in afternDOnf the time from
Marion county, twenty miles south- ptnt .five to ,half,past six were
wesi oi utaid. arriving at the springs, where they
ine springs maice a large pooi oi f ound members the Dunnellon
beautifully clear water, lying m a nat- l0(Jg in fuU force. and, with them
1 Xl "J A S2-l I 0 9 m.
urai saucer, me siues ux wu.cu are .y of their neighbors. It was no
covered with forest. Most of this affflil.the ladies and children
forest is composed of large hardwood Ig out in full force. -Nearly forty
trees, which except at high noon cast wenf. frQm Qcala and 0verV hundred
their shade to and partly over the wa- ie prfisent from "Dunnellon.
lers oi me springs. 10 ine easi ana Jn addition to the natural beauty of
south this forest thickens into swamp, the scenery the eyes of the visitors
and almost south there is a break in I
were gladdened by "the sight of ex
. t j v a V 1 ? 1 al I
ine rim oi tne saucer, tnru wnicn ine tensive rjreBarations for a big feast
water oi xne springs start in tneu: going Qn undr the ear the head
rush to join the Withlacoochee river of the nt, and their noses were
six miles away. I a1 OT-tifi the aavorv odor of
weKiwa in tne xnaian tongue not f ,fisl, vi-itor had a warm
the Seminole, but the Indian who was welcome. aTtd itfane "between arriva
here when DeSoto rode thru), means I d eating vas pleasantry passed in
blue, taken irom tne water, wmcni eet ol1 friends and makine new
tho pertectly clear nas, owing to Manv -went in athimr. "The water
depth and rapidity of current, a blue fine aTW! all -who went in had
great treat and came out with a de
licious tinsrle which was a tome to
sheen when viewed from a little dis
Blue Springs is to Dunnellon what their systems.
Silver Springs is to Ocala, being
about the same distance from the
About 6:45, Knight Hoffman of the
Dunnellon todge, ealled he crowd to
town and offering almost the sam 5 and then, introducing Mr
bathing facilities. It has, however, w w Stripling twho everybody
hardly half the volume of water of anyhow), asked him to make a
Silver Springs and does not rise in talk jiyQriattism. "Strip" was
such a deep cavity in the eartn. ine taken by surprise, tut he is a ready
water in the two springs is aoout tne speaker and well posted on the prin-
same, their watermarks rise ana tail d j of the great order, and he
synchronously, and there is reason to made a short interesting and in
believe they have underground con- j gtructive talk.
nection. A good many Ucala people immediately after, the supper cal
now visit Blue bprmgs, and the num- sounded, and the entire crowd form
ber will greatly increase when the ed into two lines, each of which filed
roads are improved enough to make by a long table Toaaed th appetizing
the trip a short one.
BOAT RIDE AND PICNIC
ENJOYED BY MANY
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
viands. On reaching the table each
Blue Springs was partly improved person was lianded a large paper
before anything had been done for
Silver Springs, except to build some
ugly warehouses and wharves
Fifty years ago, little river steam
ers would occasionally leave Cedar
Keys on calm days, push themselves
with their sternwheels across the
bight formed by an indentation of the
gulf in the coast line and up the
plate, into which as he or she passed
along was rapidly forked a substan substantial
tial substantial ration. First, there was fish,
then bread, cornbread, pickles and at
the end a big tin cup filled with coffee
generously mixed with cream and
sugar. AH found seats on benches,
in autos or on their running boards,
and some of the limber-jointed squat-
witniacoocnee river and mue fcpnngs te(J Indian-fashion on their heels,
run to Blue Springs, wherexhere was There was plenty of light to eat by.
a dock, a warehouse and a big country rfc fish were fine and cooked just
store, which they kept supplied with rigllt. By a liappy thought, good,
goods. These trips were of irregular crustv cornbread was urovided. and a
hungry man with a big platter-full of
At four o'clock yesterday a bright
sun greeted the gay crowd of pic
nickers which gathered at the club
rooms of the B. and P. W. Club to en
joy a boat ride and picnic down Silver
Springe run. Beside a number o:
private automobiles, Taylor Brothers1
big truck was used to convey the
crowd to the springs, where the swift
Silver Springs was in readiness to
take them down the river.
After all the goods things to eat
and the picnickers had been safely
stowed away on board the pleasure
boat started on its way down the run
to Grahamville. Diversions were
many, but most of the, passengers pre
ferred to jus' look. The clear, pellucid
depths of the winding river, bordered
with tropical growth, trees, vines and
flowers and studded with water lilies
and hyacinths, holds one's interest
with its ever changing curves and
scenery which strangers rave over and
home folk take for granted but never
After a pleasant run to Grahamville
where the boat tied up, the passengers
went ashore and the well filled bas baskets
kets baskets were passed to the picnickers,
and they spread their lunch on the
green under the shade of spreading
trees or on board the boat and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the feast which had been pre prepared,
pared, prepared, ending with ice cream cones
And then the homeward bound trip
began, as a big-round, yellow moon
turned the clear depths of the river
to molten silver that ran between tall,
dark banks and then disappeared just
around the corner. And what always
goes with moonlight and water
music, was furnished by groups of
singevs on board. Miss Catherine
Pyles with her ukelele and endless rep rep-etoire
etoire rep-etoire of songs was the leading spirit
in the musical line and gave pleasure
and entertainment to all on board.
Upon arrival at the dock the appre appreciative
ciative appreciative ones gathered around and gave
three cheers to Miss Margaret Taylor,
who by her excellent management
and hard work made this afternoon
and evening of enjoyment and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure possible, after which the crowd
left for home.
(Evening Star June 9. 1902)
Ben Freyermuth, the capable and
faithful superintendent of the Marion
county poor farm, visited the poor
farm in Alachua county and is free
to say that it is not up to the Marion I
Miss Tillie Pyles is back at her post
in Rheinaoers store "after a few days'
John Taylor has the big field be
tween his mother's residence and town,
about a hundred acres, in corn which
is unusually fine arid shows fine culti
Carl Schneider is managing the
commissary of the Central Lumber
Company at the mill near Martel.
A. S. J. McKinney of Lakeland, but
formerly of Ocala, was a visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. William Benus went
to Lake city today to attend com
mencement exercises at the agricul
Judge Robert Bullock issued a mar
riage license today to Rev. Chas. F.
Benjamin and Miss Elizabeth Sharpe
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star June 9, 1912)
Mrs. J. P.' Galloway and Miss Nona
Sewell returned yesterday from their
visit to Brooksville. They attended
the big Sunday school picnic at Croom
and report all had a delightful time.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Borden have
moved into town and are occupying
their former home at the corner of
South and Watula streets.
Mr. John Chazal, a student of Per Perdue
due Perdue University, Lafayette, Ind., is
home for the holidays.
Mr. J. G. Kichline left this morn
ing for a business trip to Franklin,
The largest tarpon yet caught in
Crystal River waters was the one
captured this week by Mr. J. B. Willis.
This monster fish was over six feet
long and weighed 165 pounds.
Yes we are crowing about our special
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fish and a hunk of cornbread and an
army-sized cup of coffee is sitting on
top of the world.
One of the best things about the fish
was that they were all caught, pre prepared
pared prepared and served by the hands of the
knightly brethren. No .silver hook
used. Messrs. J. O. Edson, Gus Gal Gallant,
lant, Gallant, Randolph Chalker and Will
Goins caught ,the fish the day before
in the Withlacoochee river, between
Dunnellon and. Camp's dam,. with rod
and reel quite, a piscatorial feat,
when it comes to catching enough to
feed a hundred and fifty people. One
hundred and thirty-five black bass
were caught, abont fifteen of which
weighed not less than 7 pounds
each. The catch totalled 250 pounds.
These were cleaned and put on ice to
await cooking. This operation was
also performed under the supervision
of Mr. Edson. The fish were carried
to the springs and cooked close to the
supper tables. Mr. Edson used a big
iron pot over an open wood fire. Into
this pot, which was half -full of boiling
lard the fish were lowered a dozen or
so at a time in a big steel basket. It
took but a few minutes to fry each
batch, a deep brown on the outside
and sweet, white meat on the inside.
Beside the pot, a couple of large fry frying
ing frying pans were kept going. The fish
Blitchton, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. B.
C Blitch and son B. C. Jr., and Mr.
and Mrs. Laborne Hendrix of Punta
Gorda, are visiting relatives here.
Messrs. B. C. and Fenton Blitch
visited Ocala Saturday afternoon.
Miss Nellie Butler of Juliette was
the week-end guest of Miss Varina
Mrs. Minnie Hammons, Miss Ro Ro-wena
wena Ro-wena Hammons, Miss Lydia Coulter
and Mr. J. W. Coulter shopped in
Ocala last week.
Services at the Baptist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon were well attended.
Ther was a sing at the church Sunday
The Jolly Jokers Club will give a
poverty party Friday night, June 9th,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mc Mc-Cully.
Cully. Mc-Cully. Cake, sandwiches, ice tea,
candies and peanuts will be on sale.
Messrs. Landis and Loonis Blitch
attended the high school commence commencement
ment commencement exercises at Dunnellon Monday
A crowd of about fifty from here
and Fellowship will spend today at
Blue Springs. After a dip in the
springs a basket dinner will be served.
Mr. Arch Fant spent Monday and
Tuesday in the Brick City.
Moss Bluff, June 6. There will be
a chicken, purlo supper here at the
Moss Bluff school house Saturday
night, June 17th. The proceeds will
go to the baseball team. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
Rev. W. F. Creson of Ocala will
preach here at the Congregational
church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hornbeck an
nounce the arrival of a twelve-pound
boy. The little fellow has not been
A number from here attended the
political speaking and picnic at Gra
hamville Saturday and reported a
Miss Hoyt Martin returned home
Wednesday from Palatka. Miss Mar Martin
tin Martin was one of the graduates this year.
She expects to leave in a few days
for Gainesville to attend the Univers University
ity University of Florida.
Mrs. Williams after spending some
time here with her daughter, Mrs. L.
A. Griggs, left Sunday for her home
Messrs. A. W. Fort and Oliver Fort
were business callers in Ocala Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mrs. Blunt and children arrived
Sunday and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. White.
Mrs. Lester Wheeler will entertain
her Sunday school class Thursday aft afternoon.
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to be present.
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R. H. LiTffiste&
"It hurts my reputation to have this
dinky concern of Joe's hanging on to
mine. But I guessed Joe couldn't
raise the money, and that I'd get it
cheap some day.
"Well, I was right. You can't cross
Big Muskeg, and you haven't the
money to loop It Tell Joe I'm open
to terms. And say I'm going to have
them. Tell him he won't live forever
heaps of men forget that and ask
him who In thunder will go ahead on
the Mlssatlbi when Joe Bostock's
He could not have nicked Wilton on
the raw more surely if he had known
Joe was dead. The reference was like
a new stab in his wound.' And Wilton
had the momentary impression that
Bowyer did know of Joe's death and
was playing with him.
"You be d d he shouted, unleash unleashing
ing unleashing his suppressed anger. "That's my
message to you, and that's Joe Bos-
He Got No Further, for Wilton's Fist
Shot Out and Landed Fairly on
tock's. You'll never get your fingers
In the Missatlbi. No! That's all all-just
just all-just that no!"
An ugly sneer flitted across Bow
yer's face. "Seems to me you're speak speaking
ing speaking for a good many people today,
Carruthers he shouted angrily, shak shaking
ing shaking his fist In Wilton's face. "First
It was for Miss McDonald, and now
It's for Joe Bostock. Though, maybe,
you have the right to speak for both
f them, judging from appearances."
Juod he added a 'foul Insult, half vi viciously,
ciously, viciously, half jocosely.
j He got no further, for Wilton's
,flst shot out and landed fairly on
'Bowyer's mouth. Wilton put all the
strength he could muster into the
tblow. Tom Bowyer, taken by surprise,
stumbled and fell. For a moment he
sat upon the floor, looking up at Wil Wilton
ton Wilton in stupefaction. Then he leaped
to his feet and ran at him, his fists
whirling. But before he could strike
;Mm Molly came running in, followed
by Lee Chambers. She sprang be between
tween between them.
i "You coward!" she cried. "Are yon
going to strike Mr. Carruthers in that
condition? You coward, Tom Bow Bowyer!"
yer!" Bowyer!" "He struck me," yelled Bowyer m
fury. "He's the coward, not L Wait
till he gets well! Just wait! m fix
He glared about him in an evil rage,
and then, without a word, pushed past
Molly and strode from the store, with
Chambers at his heels. A few minutes
later the sleigh was whirling back
along the southward road toward
Cold Junction, the nearest point of the
Wilton groaned with pain In his
broken arm, caused by the twist of
his body as he delivered the blow. For
an Instant the room swam about him.
Then the scene cleared, and Molly
was holding him.
Her eyes, fixed on his, were filled
with pity, and a maternal yearning
over him that touched him unspeak unspeakably.
ably. unspeakably. Her face was very near his own.
Wilton realized of a sudden what he
had known in a dim way even before
his fourth arrival at the portage
that Molly McDonald was the one girl
in the world for him.
He drew her to him and bent his
lips to hers. Then, because he was
not very well versed in many things
of the world, in spite of his thirty
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years, ne looted as if be "iaS com mi t-
ted an unpardonable insult. Bat Mol
ly opened her shut lids, and the eyes
that smiled into Wilton's did not show
signs of anger, nor even of surprise,
"This isn't Winnipeg, Will," she
said, with a little happy catch In her
The marvel of their love transfig transfigured
ured transfigured them in each other's sight. They
were hardly aware of Bowyer's depar departure.
ture. departure. It was not until Molly realized
that there was the sapper to prepare
that she became practical once mora.;
"Why must you go tomorrow?" she
asked, wistfully. "A message could be
sent to Kitty"
"It's mare than that, Molly," said
Wilton. "It's the line itself Joe's
work that is at stake, and Pre got
to be at the shareholders' meeting on
Monday morning. You see, Ifs this
way," he went on to explain.
"We laid out our route to cross Big
Muskeg at this point, and miles have
been completed. But our surveyors
were either too optimistic or had been
bought by Bowyer. We found, when
it was too late to change our plans,
that Big Muskeg was a harder propo proposition
sition proposition than anyone had suspected.
There's forty feet and more of quick quick-mud
mud quick-mud where we believed bed-rock to
exist a few feet down. The records
lied. And you can't lay a permanent
way upon mud.
"The shareholders are frightened,
and Phayre, of the Bank of New
North Manitoba, who Is an influential
one, and represents Bowyer, has had
the tip from him to make trouble.
Bowyer didn't want the line till the
transcontinental route was shifted
northward. Now he does, partly be because
cause because we shall ultimately link up with
it and become a valuable property.
And I think he suspects that there's
something in our territory worth the
"The plan is to refer the situation
to a commission of engineers who, of
course, would be largely in, Bowyer's
pay, and who would report that the
present route is not feasible. That
would mean increasing our capital,
and the issue of new1 stock would give
Bowyer and Phayre the controlling
interest. As things stand, Joe con controls
trols controls the company, although he hasn't
actually a majority of the shares.
"Joe would take most chances, hut
he wouldn't gamble with the fortunes
of those who trusted him, even to
fight Bowyer. He wanted to have rea reasonable
sonable reasonable hopes that the line could be
pushed through. He gave me his
power of attorney to vote for him, in
case of accident. And I have It here.
That's why I must be at the meeting,
Molly. Otherwise that motion for an,
engineers' commission goes through.
And Bowyer told me that he means
to have the line. But Kitty'll fight
him. Joe made no mistake when he
took her for a partner."
"She was as true as steel to Joe,"
said Molly. "Kitty and Joe were very
good to me when I was in Winnipeg
last winter. But what do you think
Mr. Bowyer meant by his suggestion
about coal on your lands?"
"There is no coal," said Wilton.
"Molly, dear. 111 tell you what our se secret
cret secret is. I was pledged to Joe but
the secret's mine now, and I can tell
you. It isn't coal It's clay'
"Clay, Wilton?" '"
"Clay. It's more valuable than coal
or gold. It's clay land that the wheat
grows on, or rather In the rich topsoll
of loam, with the clay subsoil to seal
and preserve the rainfall, yet easily
drained with a little labor.
"I discovered it when I was pros prospecting
pecting prospecting up this way four years ago.
It's probably an extension of the New
Ontario clay belt, and. If so, it rune
for hundreds of miles through thia
part of northern Manitoba. It means
that the wheat area of Canada will
be increased by thousands of square
miles. It means homes and prosper
ity for thousands who are now strug struggling
gling struggling for a bare living in our cities.
"That appealed to Joe. He was a
man. if ever there was one. He saw
jthe money in ft, and the value of the
line, but he saw further than that. Ha
was. looking ahead, years after he was
gone. He wanted to do good in his
own way. He'd had a hard time when
he was a young man. And because peo people
ple people believed In Joe, though he dared
not tell them his secret, they lent hint
the capital, and took up his shares,
That was Joe's dream and it's mine,
She listened breathlessly as he re revealed
vealed revealed his dream to her, and yet, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, womanlike, she was bifppy rath rather
er rather in the revelation of himself than
in the altruism of the dead man.
"That's what the Missatlbi meant to
Joe," said Wilton. "That's why we
mean to fight to keep it out of Bow
yer's hands. Molly, dear, when
realized that Joe was dead everything
seemed ended for the line. I couldn't
see how we were going to carry on
without him. It's only now now that
I have found something as well as lost
everything that I can begin to pick
up my courage.
She laughed and put her face down
on his shoulder
"When Joe's death came home tc
me I thought things over in there,
and it seemed to me that the only
thing possible for me would be to go
before the shareholders and tell them
frankly what lay behind the enter enterprise
prise enterprise I mean the clay lands and their
"Well, Molly, I've changed my mind.
I won't tell them. Til keep control
for Kitty. And Pll advise the share shareholders
holders shareholders to proceed with the route
we've planned. Fll take the respon responsibility.
sibility. responsibility. Big Muskeg can be crossed.
It shall be.
"And ni do more than that, Molly.
PH get the shareholders' authoriza
tion before they know Joe's dead. II
thtn knew that. JtSA la all nxt-slih, the
Una. Bowyer doesnt know. Ifobody
knows except ourselves.
Tve told you all this, Molly, be because
cause because you have the right to know.
And Just as soon as we've won I shall
be In a position to ask yon to be cay
wife. Will you, dear?"
Molly turned and put her hands on
"Yes, Will," she answered. "And I
hope witr all my heart that you sue-
"Yes, Will," She Answered.
ceed In carrying out Joe's plans. And
I believe you will. And I believe you
will find a way to cross Big Muskeg.
I see now that I must let you go,
though I can't bear to. Will. But now
I must say something. You know mj
"Doesn't altogether approve of me
as a son-in-law, to put it mildly," an answered
swered answered Wilton. "I can't make out the
reason for. his dislike of me. The
first time I came here we struck up a
friendship that looked as if it would
be good for all time. Do you know
what the trouble is, Molly?"
"I'm afraid Tom Bowyer has been
influencing him against you. He has
a strong power over father. He helped
him In some way when he first came
to this country."
"Then that's another score against
our friend Bowyer," said Wilton.
"But I was going to say you see,
my father's mind has given way to
some extent since his stroke, and I
don't know, Will, dear, but Fm almost
afraid he Is never going to be the
same man again. It started even be
fore his attack tills feeling against
you, and his moroseness. It began
when Tom Bowyer was here last au autumn.
tumn. autumn. Tm afraid Bowyer slandered
you. to father. And I think it was my
father's brooding over things that
really caused his Illness. So well just
have to he patient And I'm going to
ask you, for the present, not to say
anything about this to him."
Wilton promised, though with reluc reluctance.
tance. reluctance. He did not like the concealment
His mind, simple and direct worked
In straightforward ways. However,
he had been too hard hit over Joe's
death to make room for a new trou trouble.
ble. trouble. And he could not have refused
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spoonful is the same as the first This uniform quality of
is cause for its big demand. Housewives
know they can depend upon the results obtained
that climatic conditions or temperature cannot de deteriorate
teriorate deteriorate its positive leavening power.
When you buy baking powder remember these facts that
a uniform leavener means bakings that do not vary in
quality that Calumet is uniform.
A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 ounce instead of 16 ounce cans. Be sure you get a lb. when yog want rL
WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Do Yon Want Your
Car to Look Like
New? II So
Bring it to us. It is our
business to make it look
that way. We specialize
on high-class Auto-Painting
and complete your car
in a superior finish.
and tops and seats re redressed
dressed redressed and leaks stop stopped.
ped. stopped. Atrial with us will
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Six show cases, one ice box 1004b.
capacity, one 12-inch General Electric
fant, one No. 110 Kingery p&nut
machine with combination warmer,
one vegetable fruit stand rack one
counter scales and one cotton scales,
one 14-foot counter with shelving. Ad Address
dress Address L. E. Yonce, P. O. Box 293. 5-6t
In business to save you. FISHEL'S.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALB
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtu ot a final decree render-
yt TinitAnihi w a Rniioolc Judsre
of the circuit court ot the Filth Judi
cial Circuit of Jrloriaa, in. cnniBwr. u
a -certain cause pending In. said court
and Fannie Stephens and Joe 6tevhen,
minor heir ot Henry Stephens and
Fannie Stephen, are defendant, the
undersigned as special master in chanc
ery, wiu on
Meaday, tae Srd day C Jaly, 1S2X
during the legal hours of sale, at tne
nraat J AAV 4T T
Florida, offer for sale and will sell to
the highest and ioest maasr xor caas
th nutrtzafed premises described in
said decree, to-wit:
NwK of nw ox section z, cownsn
15 south, range 22 east, or so onca
thereof as mar be necessary to satisfy
the said decree and costs. -
As epecial Master in Chancery. -IL
Solicitor for Complainant. 8-2-5t-Fri
la tae Cfreait Crart tne Fifth
efal Circuit of Clerlda. t as Cec
Marioa Conaty la Cfcamecrr.
Jean Gilchrist Attwood. Complainant,
vs. Frank Attwood. Defendant.
Order for Constructive Get vice.
It Is ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: Frank Attwood, be
and is hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause on
Mesday, the 7th day of Awrmrt. 122.
It Is further ordered that a copy of
this order be putUshed once a wees;
for eight consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Evening 6 tar. a newspaper ftxtib ftxtib-Ushed
Ushed ftxtib-Ushed In said county and state.
This 27th day of May, 1922.
(Seal) T. X. LANCASTER TEL,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Fla. By PL K. BATTS, D. C
T. 6. TRANTHA2C
. Complainant's Solicitor. S-2-St-Fri
GOING OFF FOB THE SUUMEB
Look over our line of Roundtree
trunks and lily luggage before buy buying
ing buying your summer traveling necessi necessities.
ties. necessities. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
OCALA EVENING' STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922
AND BANK YOUR SAVINGS
The Lowest Priced, Most Fully Equipped,
Most Economical Auto MADE
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
" OCALA OCGURREHCES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. Lee Sharpe has purchased a
Dodge roadster from the Mack Taylor
Plan to take in the
COME JULY 1st
and enjoy 3 days ol unex unexcelled
celled unexcelled attractions, at the
finest beach in the world
with the best summer
climate in the country.
Motoring on the Beach
I BASE BALL
Big Holiday Parade
and everything; not a
dull moment. Life Sav Saving
ing Saving Crew on the beach.
Besf of accommodations
on the ocean front.
COME ONE! COME ALL!
AND COME EARLY!
(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 In
advance except to those who have reg
ular advertising accounts.
LOST Gold watch fob bar, four
chains and locket containing pic picture.
ture. picture. Return to Moses Grocery Co.
and receive reward. 9-3t
BARGAINS IN USED CARS Dodge
Touring, Willys-Knight Touring,
Buick Roadster. Al condition. Cash
or terms. SPENCER-PEDRICK
. MOTOR CO., phone 8, Ocala. 8-tf
Mrs. L. M. Murray is expected home
today from a week's visit to Gainesville.
K. OF P. MEMORIAL
Mr. P. H. Hensley of Tampa, for formerly
merly formerly Ocala high' school principal,
was in town today.
Boston Brown Bread Saturday
Carter's Bakery. 9-2t
Merchants & Miners began opera operations
tions operations in 1834. Use this line to reach
northern cities. It
V. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye. ear, nose tnd
throat. Office ove 5 and 10 cent gtore.
Oca? a, Fla. tf
All members of Ocala Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, should bear in
mind the memorial service at tkej
Christian church Sunday evening at
eight o'clock and try to be present, j
A delegation from the lodge Thurs-j
day laid flowers on the graves and set j
flags in the markers of all Pythians
whose last resting places they could
find in our cemeteries. They found
three graves from which the markers
had been removed. The markers will j
be replaced, and the lodge will do its
best to punish such vandalism in the
ARE YOU PARTICULAR
About your meat? If it is clean and fresh? Call on us,
or call us up. Y.T cm satisfy your wants. Good qual quality
ity quality and low prices.
4 SATURDAY SPECIALS
Iket St ca. loc lb Fresh Ground Himburger, 20c lb
Florida Heef Roast, ioc, 12 ice, 15c pound
EAGL E M E A T MARKET
Phone 74 122 Main Street
NOTICE Axe, hatchet and paint
placed in wrong car at courthouse.
Owner of car please leave at Mac Mac-Kay's
Kay's Mac-Kay's store. J. Willet Boyer, It
LOST Side rail for one-ton Ford
truck, between Citra and Ocala.
Finder please notify Edmund II.
Martin, phone 219, Ocala. It
WANTED Farm or grove, with
buildings, on good road, near town.
oN fancy prices. Address, "Coun "Countryman,"
tryman," "Countryman," care Ocala Star. 9-8t
FOR RENT My upstairs rooms, one
or more. Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 215
FOR SALE Cash register, Standard
barrel type computing scales, five five-door
door five-door display grocer's refrigerator.
Write Box 81, Citra, Fla. 8-3t
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
apartment, neatly furnished,' two
blocks from courthouse. Phone 507.
No. 239 Oklawaha Ave. 7-3t
Miss Dorothy Lancaster's music
pupils will give their spring recital
tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock,
in her studio on Fort King avenue.
Mrs. W. T. Gary and daughter,
Maude left this afternoon for a brief
stay in Jacksonville,
They expect to
The concrete store building at Lake
Weir station, formerly owned by Mr.
John Pasteur of this city, was totally
destroyed by fire yesterday.
The bright summer sun that has
been hidden for the past two weks be behind
hind behind gray and dripping skies came
out yesterday morning to shine un un-diminshed
diminshed un-diminshed all day. Taking advantage
of the pleasant weather there were a i
number of Dicnic Darties to the two is
watering places near Ocala, Silver j I
Springs and Lake Weir. To the lat- j
ter place the Girls' Auxiliary of the j
Baptist church took themselves, their;
bathing suits and their lunch, leav-!
ing town about 2:30. On arrival at!
the lake the party went to Meffert's j
dock on the north side. The exercises''
of their regular monthly program"!
were carried out as arranged, after;
which several hours were spent in a
most pleasant manner. A swim in
the lake was indulged in after which
a picnic lunch was .spread and with
appetites whetted the young ladies
thoroughly enjoyed the spread. The
party returned to town about sun
down. Mrs. R. H. Floyd and Mrs. H.
G. Lawrence chaperoned the party. j
At Your Home
Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct from the
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon, packed. 1.5t, delivered; half-gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c. at creamery. Backs:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 60c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery Butter Daily
Can now be had at the following places.
Farmers Exchange Store Mrin Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five U-Serve Stores.
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve Stores.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Best Ladies' All-Leather SHOES
for the price in the city. FISHEL'S. tf
Boston Brown Bread Saturday at
Carter's Bakery. 9-2t
Salt Springs Water
We always have on
hand a quantity of this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready for delivery in five
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
FOR SALE Lot 50x125, near Em Em-merson
merson Em-merson Home School, Ocala; also
near the Fausett lands. Address
Florence Berry, East Palatka, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 7-10t
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
Men's TROUSERS & SHIRTS New j ?g
ow prices. i lblliJ-i o. ia-zt kUXJlXLi
Bascom Cobb, one of the fountain
boys at the Court Pharmacy, has been
absent from his post the past week on j
account of sickness.
Mr. Lewis WTilson and family, whofajr daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Watson of New j
Smyrna, who are in the city, visiting j 5
1U1 11 aVSUU S UiULlltl, .ill. V. ...a. uat-
son, and family, paid the Star an ap-'
predated visit yesterday. Mr. Watson
is a son of Mr. M. D. Watson, one of
our Marion county farmers. He went
over on the east coast about three
years ago and has been quite success-; '''4''
ful there. His greatest success was v.v..Y..v..v,a.T..T.a..T.Y..r, v..T..T-.T.-v..T..r-.T.,v..v..TWT.x
! in winning the heart and hand of Miss
lcla hilvre, one ot lew
FOR RENT Two houses, one fur furnished
nished furnished and one unfurnished. Call
at 607 Fort King, or phone 221. 6 6t
have rented the cottage on Fort King
belonging to Miss Meta Jewett for
the next year took possession yesterday.
Mrs. W. M. Lane, who has been en enjoying
joying enjoying an extended visit to her sister,
Mrs. Cowart in- Arlington, Ga., has
arrived in Ocala and is the guest of
Watson is a 1
pretty and petite brunette, a lineal
descendant of the Minorcans, who1 There are times m every one s life
have done so much to build up the east :when a llttle recreation is the spice
coast. Mr. and Mrs. Watson will soon of Ilfe and a much neeaed necessity,
return to New Smyrna, where Mr. Next week this vacancy will be filled
Watson holds a good position. The b Walker's Comedians, a very fine
good will of their friends over here and Iare tfnt theater opposite the
will ever be with them. old Coast Line dePot- 1S fomPany
.of comedians comes to Ocala very
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR
RENT Phone 182. 27-tf
FOR RENT One or two furnished
rooms. Can do light housekeeping if
desired. Bath, hot and cold water;
near town. Apply at 403 Fort King
FOR SALE Good paying business
known as City Fish Market. Ownei
wishes to move away. Price reason reasonable
able reasonable if sold at once for "cash. Call,
write or phone Mrs. L. A. Wilcox,
9 Ft. King Ave. Phone 158. 3-6t
Mrs. Bessie Bamett at the
Satisfied Customers our best asset.
Fresh eggs 33c.
dozen at Eagle
Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
AUTO SERVICE When you want
prompt taxi cab service, call me.
New Six Buick just installed.. Phone
231 or 434. L, E. CORDREY, 20
East Henry St. 6-1-tf
FOR RENT A house. Apply to Mrs.
Emily Green, 605 Oklawaha Ave.,
or phone 3S3. 1-tf
FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modem conveniences. Possession
June 1st. Apply to C. V. Roberts,
or phone 305. 29-tf
"Ladies, our line of TISSUE GING GINGHAMS,
HAMS, GINGHAMS, ORGANDIES and VOILES,
etc., will delight you." FISHEL'S. 2t
The Methodist ladies will be on
deck, or rather in the hold, of their
church tomorrow afternoon, with one
of their abundantly fine suppers.
Don't leave this date off your memo memorandum.
Comfort and style in our Society
Brand and Fashion Park clothes. We
have a full line of the summer fabrics.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M.
B. O. D. 17-tf
highly recommended from the largest
cities in the South. The company
carries twenty people, all new plays
and an exceptionally fine vaudeville
review. The opening vehicle is "The
; Heart of Peggy," a play beautiful.
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn,
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold NOTICE, ROYAL ARCH MASONS
in 25c. 50c and $2 packages at thai
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
WANTED Position as cook or house housemaid.
maid. housemaid. Apply to Gertrude Heard, 315
West Oklawaha avenue. 5-6t
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 RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jack son ville-NTork 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pn:
am Ct. Petersburg 4:05 i.n
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 cm
4:05 pm Tampa-Sc. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville
1 :45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa
:10 am JOcala-Wilcox
7:25 am tOcala-Lakeland
IMonday, Wednesday, Fridav
tTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
FOR RENT Six room furnished res residence.
idence. residence. Apply to Mr. Ed Parr, 712
E. Sixth St., phone 474, or write
Mrs. Frank Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 6-6t
FOR SALE One 5-foot show case,
one 3-foot oak counter, one 4-foot
wall case. Phone 155, or see Charles
Mrs. Fagan and small son Kenneth,
who have spent the past week in town
guests of the former's sister, left this
morning for their home in Hardee
Town. Miss Fay Fagan will remain in
Ocala a few days longer.
Men's TROUSERS & SHIRTS New
low prices. FISHEL'S. 18-2t
Fresh peaches, pineapples, apples,
bananas, cantaloupes, watermelons,
pears, okra, lettuce, celery, roasting
ears, tomatoes, cabbage, squash, new new-Irish
Irish new-Irish potatoes, cocoanuts, lemons at
the Eagle Grocery. Phone 74. 9-2t
i Special meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 13, R. A. M., this evening at the
Mrs. Sara Banks WTeaver of Miami, Masonic hall at 8 p. m. Work in the
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Royal Arch degree and refreshments.
A. A. Winer, has been notified that she Visiting brothers are cordially invited
has been appointed matron of honor to attend. A. L. Lycas, High Priest,
from the Tiee Anderson Camp U. C. B. L. Adams, Secretary.
V. of Miami, to represent the camp
at the U. C. V. reunion at Richmond Fresh eggs 33c. a dozen at Eagle
this month. Mrs. Weaver has not Grocery. 9-2t
1 been very well lately and she has not
decided if she will attend, but she Dexter Philips is at home from the
feels highly complimented at the Georgia School of Technology. Dex Dex-honor
honor Dex-honor bestowed upon her and her ter was a little too light to get into
friends here and at home rejoice with the last war, but ever since has been
her. training with, a view to serving his
I 'country if it is involved in another.
"FELLOWS," we can fit you in He is a lieutenant in the reserve
TROUSERS AND SHIRT. Try us. corps, Reside acquiring a fine"educa fine"educa-FISHEL'S.
FISHEL'S. fine"educa-FISHEL'S. 2t jtion for civilian life. His friends are
PACIFIC MUIUAL MULTIPLE
Permanent Total Disability,
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
for messenger boys. Errands run. mes
sages and small packages delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city for 10 cents.
The better you care ter
, -7 your eyes me oettei
-V CU 4, your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WE I HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Call phone 108 early
won't have long to wait
I meats and groceries for dinner. Main
j Street' Market. 2-tf
John Cook returned home today
from Wrest Palm Beach, where he has
been since Sunday. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his two little cousins, Raph Raph-ley
ley Raph-ley and Mathilde Cook, who will visit
at theh ome of Mr. and Mrs. F. W'.
I glad to see him.
Miss Agnes Burford and Miss Mary
Burford arrived home yesterday from Qur of qjjq.
Lynchburg, a., where Miss Agnes-HAMg ORGANDIES and VOILES,
Burford received her A. B. degree at;et -delight you." FISHEL'S. 2t
the recent commencement at Ran- j
Burford, who went with her daugh-
ft,- a u-fin
SUPERIOR DINING SERVICE
We would never be satisfied witn
rendering anything but superior din dining
ing dining service. There are too many res restaurants
taurants restaurants in business that are content
to merely satisfy. We endeavor to
serve you in sue ha manner that you
will anticipate every meal here. Our
menu is the talk of the town. Out
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
a t n c n w c
ML x m. M. w -w
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Mr. Clifford Weaver who has been
attending the University of Florida,
and since commencement has been vis visiting
iting visiting his mother,. Mrs. S. B. Weaver,
at the home of his aunt, Mrs. A. A.
One of our citizens expressed to the
ter to Lynchburg especially to be Star the opinion that one of the drug-
present at these exercises, has gone stores, snou,a remain open on inurs-j
to Washington for a short stay j day afternoons. He based his opinion
fore returning to Ocala. ; on the statement of a hard-worked j
t physician, who reported several fam- j
The most pleasant place in Ocala iIie5 in the fountry ho needed and I
for room and board or either. Prices !COUldn t obtaIn medicine for their sick j
in reach of all. Come and get thejUntl1 after supper Thursday evening,
proof of the pudding in the eating
thereof. 92G South Lime street. 6-6t i The fire alarm which was turned in
this afternoon about three o'clock was
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hager, who! the result of a small blaze in a house'
have been spending the past winter in on Tucker Hill, near Falana's store.:
Winter, left the first part of the week j Ocala, left yesterday for Marietta, Damage about $5. It was quickly ex-
for his home in Miami. Ga. Mrl and Mrs. Hager have spent tir.guished by the firemen who were
the past two winters in town and dur-1 back at the station before the public 1
Best Ladies' All-Leather SHOES j mS their stay have made marry friends thought they had time to reach the
for the price in the city. FISHEL'S. 2tUho will be glad to know that they place. j
contemplate returning to ucaia next
winter, having taken an apartment at Mrs. T. J. Orr and daughter, An-'
the home of Mrs. E. B. Green. nelle of Atlanta, and Miss Louise;
; Hudson cf Palatka are visiting Mrs. 1
Fresh peaches, pineapples, apples, C. R. Howell and family.
Wilson's Ham at the Eagle Market.
Mis. Elmer DeCamp left yesterday
for a combined business and pleasure
trip to the north. She will go by rail
to Richmond, where she wili join her
sister and will motor to New York
city. While in New York Mrs. De De-Camp
Camp De-Camp will look over the new bonnets
and send home the prettiest ones for
the Elite Shop.
bananas, cantaloupes, watermelons, ;
pears, okra, lettuce, celery, roasting
ears, tomatoes, cabbage, squash, new ;
Irish potatoes, cocoanuts, lemons at'
the Eagle Grocery. Phone 74. 9-2t
POPULAR FICTION, 75c
THAT GOOD KIND
Seven hundred titles including Cur Cur-ood.
ood. Cur-ood. Tarzan, Brooks, Jean Stratton
In business to save you. FISHEL'S. others.
Harold Well Wright and
Ot THE BOOK SHOP.
Fashion Park clothes are made is
the man who cares. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. 1L B. O. D. 17-tf
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