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TEMPERATURES Thb morning, 68; -this afternoon, 83.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIG nT. NO. 77
IS READY STBEHGTHEHED II
AiTEMPT TO iSULE ENEMY SHOULD PM iRUMMIES MAY HAVE
OR RUIN AMEHICAl FOR OCCUPATION! CAUSE 10 REJOICE
lit EXCHANGE IB FREE Sffli
Of Ratifications of the Treaty Agreed Agreement for Pacification Made In
Oited Coal Miners Expect to Wind
Up Their Work This
France Pertinently Inquires if The
Cost Should be Saddled On
Several Prohibition Officials
Have Lost Their Lives In
May 1 Fire that Started in One of Flagler's
Snow and Ice Hampers TrafSe and
Cuts Off News in Southern
Part of the Stata
Upon at Conference to Limit
London by Representative
Men of Ireland
Hotels This Morning Threatened
The Entire City
1 1 f n
Washington, March 31. (By Asso
ciated Press). The readiness of the
United States to exchange ratifica- ;
tirn nf thf arms conference treaties. ly st;er.g
final approval to which was given yes- i the pa .:A's oati
;t V'V the Free
London, Mar.:h 31. 31.-P;
P; 31.-P; ers. The atrrecm
State party in Ireland was enoiomus-
re-' i.v an aroeemeRt ior
. 7 i -
polis, March 31. (By the j Paris, March 31. (By Associated)
Press. France replied today to the
New York. March 31. Twelve men,
?or.tracis I rot? from the United State ? concern- including several leading customs of-
terday by the Senate, was expressed last
in notes forwarded today from the ; told to'-sy
state department to the eight nations j Churchill, s
which participated in the Washington GEORGE HAS DONE IT
A provision in the permanent tariff
bill under which the present embargo
with licensing system would be con
tinued one year from date of signing j jj, d DEMORALIZING
tne measure wa at ea upon toaay j
by majority me.ir r of the Senate
i .-f j ; e i a r ; ? .-t
h-ei -e of Ci .1)1 ilV;
bv Wins-Jam Sper.Ct
etavy for .! cplome?
:i ; 'i: : ii n
their -; '.-I.
!.iv the coun coun-coal
coal coun-coal mines.
of work is V;. nob
DOMINION EXPRESS OF
Harrisburg, Pa., March 31 (By the
Associated Press) The Pennsylvania
railroad's Dominion express, which
left Buffalo last night for Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, was derailed near Halifax, eight eighteen
een eighteen miles north of here, ea.ly today.
About a dozen persons were slightly
THE LAW OVERTAKES
London, March 31 (By Associated
Pi ess). The Irish Free State bill be became
came became a law today when King George
gave a.vsenl to the measure.
ITS POLICE ARM V
;t or e
i on of th
n.-te repeats the recent deela-
to s-em f-nmnt at, mi.might, Kit ration -i tne minister or nnance De Delia
lia Delia y' it- will start six hours ahead i ierv the senate that France recognizes
schedule, for most of the miners
he'r hift in the mines at that
y untu i,: r. .. i.r ; io-l uay oi lite
hut d nn. A complete tie-up of tho
nioi fields in twenty states is p re reacted
acted reacted by officials of thi? miners' union.
Ft-wer Head-Crackers in the Island
Mav Result in More Friends
Jacksonville, March 31. (By .the
Associated Press). The police an announced
nounced announced today that the cashier of the
Bank of South Jacksonville had iden identified
tified identified the picture of Roy Dickerson as
one of the four men who held up the
bank last summer and escaped with
400O. Dickerson is in jail at Seale,
Ala., awaiting trial for robbery of the
Phoenix-Girard Bark at Girard, Ala.,
GREAT INCREASE IN
Be'V-t, r'r. ::
in six count's of
today and Is ex; ret
not late-- than Ma,;
in twenty-sir sou'
begin at th .;.
as soon a.. -ojsado.
A ss eclated
WHAT THE MINERS WANT
the right of the United States in the
matter. The only question is to whom
the request for reimbursement should
be nvad to the Allies or Germany,
ts for American j ficia'.s in New York who left this port
Rhineland. The vesterdav on the cutter Surveyor, used
to run down rum smugglers, are re reported
ported reported missing today. The party
started for BayvlIIe, L. I., where they
were to take over ihe yacht Edith
with S20'l,000 worth of liquor aboard.
A heavy storm was reported off aBy-ville.
iiiii.. .uairn -si. t ty i
res i v nat are t ne ;
r for i:i new wage
poace ; com
o oo eompie
ceiunt!c'S v.",li i
no I...- iiniiti'!.!
Briefly, ihe anthracite miners want
l-"i wages, ice niiumuious m?n
is '"ant to retain orosent
cales. and the operators ii
'..j. h si
s iiicinde various
Mrs. Lydia M. Haymann, wife of J.
T. Haymann. died at hor home about
five miles from Ocala em the Shady
Groro road nt 3:30 yesterday after-
j"oon. Mrs. Haymann was thirty thirty-!
! thirty-! :e'ht years of age and leaves a hus-
h-and to mourn her loss. The body will
! o shipped this afternoon to Largo,
I where interment will take place.
,a-c Georne Mackay & Company, funeral
both j directors, have charge of the arrange-
While j merits.
BATTLE WITH BANDITS
Police Won the Fight on a New York
TRAM M ELI. WON F'GIiT FOR
LOWER FREIGHT RATES j miners demands
M;'v.-h 31. Senator
Jiv.aiH issue io wages. In brief, the
e as follows:
Bituminous: Removal of dirTeren-
as been a-U is--d a'
tw--en ist rifts so
r aved wytes for
ADAMS' NARROW ESCAPE
Pensacola, March 31. Lieut. J. P.
idams. of the United States Marine
'Corps, fell 1H0 feet in a seaplane
here several etavs auo and received
Tramme'l of I I
I,,, tl-u iric-.i- ;.. ro-:)M Comm--1 some wo I kers and reduction for none
sir.n that a reduction of in per cent1' stahlishmc-nt of the h hour day, 5-; only minor injuries to his face. His
tho froitrh! rutc -a w:ito: melons 1 v-; pay una one-nau rur over- .scapc is resrciruea uy oniciais ai tne
. i i I IT -a i V ,-..( A,. 'T-.?-i r-.i" -Trw Cliir. ''rtMa! tin- tntinn nc it i : i Inn s T f
!,;-yaad holiri. v work: wreklv pav- Adams was making a solo flight and
into a tail spin and fell into the bay.
t eduction fo:
by the raih oa.s.
Senator Trair.UM sou-e time ago,'-a; a vvage coiuiuci ior twu tms,
took up the qr;i-n of S taining this I -.ding Ma.ch 31, 1924.
e -;x-ve s of his state i .Antni'ac.te: -o per cent increase ot
New Y'ork, March 30. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press). An increase of 701,
727 church members in 1021 is report reported
ed reported from fifty denominations, in a sur survey
vey survey made by Dr. II. K. Carroll, who
several years ago compiled the first
official census of religions for the
United States government. The re reports
ports reports from which the survey was
made were obtained direct from each
of the fifty denominations, and there therefore
fore therefore represent their own figures.
Four of the chief bodies of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist group are missing from this sur survey
vey survey for the reason that their statis statistical
tical statistical year is the calendar year and no
returns for 1021 were available. If
Baptist increases for 1921 were in included
cluded included the total gains of 1921 would
almost certainly reach SoO.OOO," Dr.
and is gta Lined that favorable res
have been acc-jmjdished, especially
time for the V.K:l crop of melons.
lii j Kfw.n mAi-n ;i .'', ir b:'V!f of t
fvr.ht mt r,.rt ions t inn Senator I nn;on oues
for torrr.age worlcers, and SI a
Ivanco for dav laborers: aboli-
vion of sub-contrarting through indi-
i.i. i r -... i.,'. 1- r i
It was demolished.
to attr-ek in T
and h: s not
g:-t a rvduc
charges for t
bis lit. ht and
Lynne. March 29. Charles Hogan,
; wife and son Heywaid. spent Saturday
am org nyc:t:
;;ed in ais efforts to t-.
of c.-ar.sportatioii j -"'
. -f V,r -da. Ly j 'r;
rtlon he mid a lartre j W
operators wunnounng .; in 0cala
rom miners' wage,; uniformity w. H. Garretscn left Monday for
tor simuar occupations; ex-j0caIa and other points, to be away
f the eight-hoar day to in-1 0,.i -cel-c
orm consul-j Stuart Wallace of Hawthorn visited
(. fc. V
aii worKtrst a un
rt;'nM wav wag? for
duced by abnonnal working
rt in briniriiur about the 10 per cent j co
ions: increased pay for over
reduction in frt-'rht -ste? on cttru time work; contract ior two years,
fruits nml fa-m r-oduct which went pr.xling March 31, 1024.
into effect las' .I-.'.r."ary. Now the ic- j
duct'on nrnlies t watermelons an 1 i
AMERICANS AT ANGORA
WOMAN A CANDIDATE-
By Mail to the As-orated Press)
Constantinople, March 2. Newspa-
ci guns of tht
ker of this cit
the political riner
demoe ratio nrmv:
srpe ef ;:.'.
mary in Juno, .-he
Mrs. Baker has
her candidacy. B
has held the j..b s
he va glad to
terest in politics
EVIDENCE OF PREHISTORIC
AMPHIBIAN IN ARGENTINA
Washington, March 31. By Asso-
Aiatol Prma) TVlPDf1orf RrtOSPVplt I toroat- in rOi1:r;.-
t w ...
believed there might be some huge
surviving amphibian in the jungles of
the Southern Andes, such as recently
has been described in cable dispatches
from South America, and when the
former president went on his expedi expedition
tion expedition which discovered the River of
Doubt, he had some idea of looking
John Barrett, late director of the
Pan-American Union and minister to
Argentina during President Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's administration, has just dis disclosed
closed disclosed that part of Colonel Roosevelt's
expeditionary plans which hitherto
are said to have been untold.
"On reading the first cabled re report,"
port," report," said Mr. Barrett, "that Martin
Sheffield, an American of whom I
have personal knowdedge, had report- jeen ask asked
ed asked that he had seen what apepared to ; to cut do
be a plesiosaurian monster, or huge I hut that wot:'-: r t
amphibian, swimming in the waters j more than the- rvs
of a southern Andean jungle lake. I ; fare would not l e
recalled that nearly twenty years ago, j ntany w-'nte-- victor
in November, 1003. when I was min- j cars, and rrr.r.v
ister to Argentina a clear-headed ty- j t--a;r. to an av.-. r ;
pical American prospector and ex- taxpavcr- fee7 o:- i
plorer, whose name I have forgotten, j ilege and protvtij
came to the legation and in a convinc- j they heln to m o o-ing
ing o-ing way, proceeded to relate to me a i have rn'v tw.- t a
story almost identical with that now ; b
reported as told recently by Sheffield. f -ee z bao earn
to the effect that he had seen swim-
ming in a lake a huge lizard-like 1
monster with a curved neck. His ex- f
pert discussion cf the mineral and
timber resources of the Andean pla-'
teaus and plains convinced me of his
sincerity and responsibility."
....ru ju Angora assort that some
American? are among the capitalist
-t ,.i:na r havo r. ,r.ri ,ri fVip1 tb erAV.
has shied her hat into, (,rn,nenc of Kemal Pasha to obtain
.ossi'-'ns in Anatolia to exploint
v ri :nes and forests, to obtain raw ma-
t tho pri- ;, -a' ;.:t-oduce agricultural mach.n-
rs told f nends. 0IA an ; establish clothing and shoe
mailv announced ;
-s. J. W. Fa-!
will seek the ;
n ior count
me years declared
women, taking in-;
added, "the m
l liO ilii
Lake Weir, March 29. The majori-' :" ion
ty of people living in this part of the -he s: i
county are rinding no fault with the it:ry i
railroad service as it is now, but Sen Sen-should
should Sen-should tho morning and everang trains r.-w
be taken off it would force them to-faiots
stay all night in Ocala, which added to porte
the hieh railroa
p minister -t Dr.oiic woii-is oi tne
overnment has informed the
newspapers there that American cap
italists have proposed to construct
f.v -Tj-''way lines, one from Samsoun
t ihe Persian frontier, passing Eri-
an and Van and the other extending
f ion IMe-sii! to Bitiis. These offers,
he said, ha A. a-oen accepted by the min min-i:re
i:re min-i:re i :t nor linallv authorized.
ic oi tne
ung concessions j
Capron Smith and wdfe spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Lake Weir.
Miss Wynonah Randall was the
week-end guest of Miss Martha Pow Powell.
ell. Powell. R. O. Gr.ann, Ralph Gnann, E. O.
Powell and W. C. Henderson were at
the county seat Saturday attending
I to business.
Walter Creedle and daughter Willie,
and Miss Beatrice Minis and several
others from Anthony formed a fishing
party coming to Conner last week.
Lonnie Randall was in Ocala Tues-
e'ay attending to business.
The B. Y. P. U. is progressing fine
ly, and is now in the midst of a mem.
bership campaign. Everybody come
early for sendee and enjoy the special
program by the union next Sunday
H. G. Shealy and Newcomb Banco
of Ocala were at Lynne last Thursday.
Henry's mail car is broken down
in front of the writer's door and we
are wondering how we will get the
Star this afternoon.
Mrs. Tom Randall and Mi-s Lula
Randall returned Tuesday from a visit
to relatives at Palmetto.
New York, March 31. One bandit
was shot down and three others cap captured
tured captured today in a pistol battle with
eight detectives, at Forty-first street
and Park avenue.
LEVEES GIVING AWAY
ON THE ARKANSAS SHORE
Helena, Ark., March 31. The sit
uation at Oldtown, Ark., 17 miles
south of here, where caving in of the
first line levees on the Mississippi
river began yesterday on account of
flood waters, is described this morn morning
ing morning by government engineers as crit
Miami, March 31. (By Associated
Press). It was reported by wireless
this morning that the Colonial Hotel
at Nassau, Bahama Islands, is burn burning.
ing. burning. The hotel is one of the Flagler
chain. The fire is understood to have
started in the laundry of the big
tourist hotel, which i3 a frame struc-
ture. No casualties are reported. A
radio report received at 10:15 o'clock
stated the entire city of Nassau was
threatened by the fire and the loss at
that hour was in the millions. The
Colonial was being dynamited in an
effort to control the flames.
FIRE WAS CHECKED
Fire which destroyed the Colonial
Hotel at Nassau this forenoon was
under controF shortly before noon.
Several nearby tourist cottages were
burned and for a time the flames
threatened to spread to the city. No
casualties occurred. The hotel was
owned by the Florida East Coast Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Company.
NAVY" READY TO HELP
Key West, March 31. The naval
station here received a radio call for
help from Nassau at ten o'clock.
Preparations were made to send two
naval vessels immediately.
New Y'ork, March 31. (By Asso
ciated Press). Two indictments
against the American 'Cotton Ex
change and six of its officers and di di-retcors
retcors di-retcors were filed today, alleging
bucketing. The names of those in
dicted were not made public.
BLOODSTAINED HANDS ARE
CLUTCHING AT THE BRIDLE
Riga, March 31. (By Associated
Press). Recognition of soviet regime
as the de jure government of Russia
will be sought at the Genoa confe conference
rence conference by Foreign Minister Critcherin,
the head of the soviet delegation told
newspaper correspondents here yesterday.
Detroit, March 3Lr (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press) Lower Michigan today
is under a blanket of snow and ice,
with communication lines crippled,
many highways impassable, telephone
poles and wires blocking traffic, th
mterurban raiiway'. service greatly
hampered and power i transmission
lines interrupted. Ice covered tha
southern half of the lower peninsula
while snow fall is reported. A sleet
storm which raged all day yesterday
promised this morning to continue,
with the temperature ranging just be be-lo
lo be-lo wthe freezing point-. r
PALESTINE IN A PICKLE
Visiting Celebrities Have to Trard In
The Protection of Armored
IS EXTREMELY ILL
the American capi
not to bo
church services. Ice-tr
mail order hone:
1 fare. $1.2;
evor 1 all re?
ess i rent r.ece-s-"ear,
bio them to go
to enjoy the
e? and do their
f patronizing the
?. ihe railroads have
eit "n a erasoline car
expense of operation.
sendee, for th
seed. A grea
s preier tne
: e.rrey. Tne
rt cf th? prlv prlv-i
i prlv-i county siat
If wo ur to
onals ct rramce ana
siGa---t Britain but the government of i Wacahoota. March 29. Winter has
el Pasha had annulled tnem. left us ar.d spring has come again,
eats of Euror ean government 3 t and we hope to stay, this time.
are anxiously watching the ex-1 Miss Thelrr.a
Cotton Plant, March 23. Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Glattis gave a pound party
F.'iday night, March 17th. Quite a
c : owd of young people were there.
They all enjoyed playing games and
listening to the music. Mr. F. P. Fen-
nell played the violin and banjo for
them and all reported a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Strickland spent
the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Noble Sunday.
Miss Clara Williams is spending
this week with her friends in Morris Morris-ton.
ton. Morris-ton. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fennell of Ken Ken-driek
driek Ken-driek spent the day with their sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Glattis Sunday.
Mrs. Bertha Parker and her Sunday
school class,- called the Sunbeams, led
prayer meeting Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and family
of Ocala spent the day at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal Sunday.
Miss Lucile Barco entertained the
Sunbeams at her home Tuesday.
Funchal, March 31 (By Associated
Press). Although his fever diminish diminished
ed diminished during the night, former Emperor
Charles, ill of pneumonia, remained
today in a serious condition. He'is in
a weakened state from the ravages of
the disease and delirious from time to
Curry spent the week-
inlend with Miss Edna Clvatt of Mlca-
r.tca they consider a sen-; nopy, gr;ng especially to attena a
i r.-.rtv Miss Clvatt gave for her cousin.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
I Miss Virgiria Hunter of Erooker.
Johnnie and Jamielee Tyson were
callers to Archer Saturday afternoon.
:h Lake Weln, March 20. Miss;
? qTT f V 1
V.hortson made a trip to Ocala ; and Messrs. Cedricli
Belleview, March 20. Misses Bessie
Warren Haskell and Helen B. Case
of Farrington, Conn., are guests of
Miss Eleanor Tremere this week.
Mr. M. B. Sasser and family moved
to Palatka Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee of Jacksonville
are guests at the Lake View this
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong were in
town Saturday from Sanford-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Andrews left
for Jacksonville Tuesday. They will
visit friends until Friday, when they
will leave for their home in Mineola,
In last week's paper a mistake was
made in regard to Rev. Martin of Isl-
Fairfield, March 29. We are cer certainly
tainly certainly enjoying this fine spring weath weather
er weather and our farmers are quite busy get getting
ting getting their staple crops planted. The
truck crop is doing nicely. Beans are
blooming and cukes are beginning to
run and bloom.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Best and Mrs.
Whithead of Branford were visitors at
the home of Mrs. Best's mother and
sister last week.
Mr. Glenn Gibson was a week-end
visitor of his mother, Mrs. Bessie
Quite a crowd attended the sale at
the Gattrel Mercantile Company Sat
Mr. Phillips filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment at the Presbyterian church
Sunday night. His last appointment
here, will be Monday night, April 3rd.
Everyone is invited to be present.
Mr. Miles Best, wife, mother, sis sister,
ter, sister, nieec and friend, Mrs. Whitehead,
were callers on Mrs. M. J. Mixson last
Mr. C. S. Rhodes and family of
Ocala and Mr. E. A. Smith and family
of Shiloh were callers in our commu community
nity community Sunday.
Our farmers would be glad to see a
There will be preaching at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church next Sunday. Everybody
is invited to attend.
(By Mail to the Associated Press)
Jerusalem, March 1. Lord North-
cliffe, British newspaper publisher,,
expressed surprise on his visit here
that it was deemed necessary to meet
him and escort 'him through the
streets "with armored cars. He said
it was a source of wonder to him how
little the -people in England and Am America
erica America knew about the conditions exist existing
ing existing in the Holy Land.
Voicing regret that he found Pales Palestine
tine Palestine so unhappy, he asserted that the
British public "was imperfectly in informed
formed informed regarding the feeling in Pal Palestine"
estine" Palestine" and he added that he hoped
Palestinians would not move, too
quickly and make Palestine "another
Lord Northclifife was given .an op
portunity to hear two sides of the
Zionist question. A delegation of
orthodox Jews which waited on him
protested against Zionism. Later ft
deputation of Zionists called and re
quested an expression from him on
the Balfour declaration of Great Brit
ain's intention to make this a Jewish
homeland. To this latter delegation,
the British publisher said: a. -
"No one wishes the Jews to return
to the Holy Land more than I do but
I have the greatest regret of the seed
of armored cars. Y'our exaggerate
the idea that the only topic we have
in England is Zion. Every one does :
not agree as yet on the interpreta- ;
tion of the Balfour declaration.
He reminded the Zionists that or orthodox
thodox orthodox Jewry did not concur in the
political aims of Zionism as indicated
by the delegation from that faction
which had previously called upon him.
Concluding, Lord Northcliffe ex expressed
pressed expressed the hope that Arabs and Jews
would be more reasonable in their de demands
mands demands upon England and work to together
gether together for the good of Palestine.
POWELL IS POPULAR
Tavares, March 3L (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Willis B. PowelL sec secretary
retary secretary of the Lake County Chamber
of Commerce, has withdrawn his res resignation
ignation resignation as the result of a mass meet meeting
ing meeting of seven hundred citizens from all
parts of the county held here Monday
night. Mr. Powell tendered his resig resignation
nation resignation several weeks ago and it was
understood he would go to Clearwater
as secretary of the chamber of com
merce in that city. Leading citizens
at the mass meeting told Mr. Powell
that Lake county just could not get
along without his services and adop
tion of a lengthy resolution commend commending
ing commending his work and offering him the
unanimous support of the citizenship
of the county resulted in his decision
to remain here.
Mrs. M. R. Beck. Mrs. Sara.ShuIer
nd Care nee and Grove being with us last Sun
day.. He has recently changed his
appointment to one Sunday a month
and this the first Sunday, which will
Ir o-.- dav last week. Smith were shonning in
Will'tm Camr.'be'.l has returned j Saturday.
northern heme in Bentlev, Kan., i Rev. Burnette of Williston preached
ill be en the lake again in the San interesting sermon at the Baptist be next Sunday. We hope he will be
I church Sunday afternoon. He has ac-1 greeted by a large congregation.
Geo. A. Mills Jr. has moved cepted the church for this year. The Rod and Gun Club held a meet meet-us
us meet-us father? hou-e here by the! Mr. M. A. Clancy and son Mike, and j ing at the town hall Monday night.
Vr t::..'- -crtf.1 rTvio fcpr? : no ehte- M's Lonie. and Mrs. Red-1 Mrs. Carl Bowen of Jacksonville is
f t,berc-7er, attended
services visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
N. Smith, this week.
a nocture sr.ow c-
- l r. jr. r- r fry
h-T.v?. The "p.s: week
liner houses are run run-to
to run-to the r resent time
Mr. and Mrs. Neal and children and The minstrel show given at the
f Raleigh, at- Civic League hall Friday night was
of W- -S-0
from th-? r'th
If youU try FEDERAL BAKERY" ra
products once, we know that youll be after c
a regular customer. Federal Bakery, lake, th
Ocala House block. 21-tf ;
r& into the
v1."r'0 boxes of or or-uii
uii or-uii shioned this sea-
LaV-, Weir is known to
f 1re i est '"rar.sres on the
i o -" o -t,- i Tee
none r.e t season to snip
proud to be on the map
. r o -f" -t rice51 here Sundav.
We are sorrv to report Mrs. L. M
?n-i:h on the
-r- r.nd 1
Bsr:ist church in Micano
well attended and greatly enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Meyer of Belle-
?. Curtice Robin? ar.d view announce the engagement of
tended services at the their daughter Sophie UTner, to Mr.
y Sunday Rudolph Llnderman of Brooklyn, N.
Having devoted several years to
digging itself in, the world can now
devote a few centuries to digging it
People are never satisfied. Any
traffic cop can tell you that your men
with money to burn persist in burning
Eventually Europe may grow weary
of signing contracts with the field men
only to have the home office turn them
Voliva's beliefs may be sccrned by
a callous world, but they are a great
benefit to the paragraphers.
i Among oth3r thinrs. Ho;lvro0d
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery. will have to answer for a great ntirn ntirn-Is
Is ntirn-Is a beaoty you will like it. tf j ber of atrocious puns.
E'.'zabcth Chase of Winchester. Mass..
are at the Pleasant Hill House for the
Mrs. -T.hn Ham mend has moved into i anopy were callers on Mr. R.
the Campbell cottage. j Smith Sunday afternoon.
ere dinner guests of Mrs. Robert Y". The marriage will takep lace the
Prince. latter part of April in New York,
Mrs. Elvin Braton and son J. D.. ; after which the couple expect to visit
Micanopy Saturday Florida, Miss Sophie has visited her
afternoon. parents here several times and has
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watkins cf Mie- irade a wide circle of friends while
P. here who extend to her their heartiest
German currency couidn't be more
worthless if it bore a promise to re
spect the neutrality of something.
Future tax receipts issued to the
boys who get the bonus should bear
the portrait of a chicken coming home
We judge by his willingness to be
stung that the accent of the Russian
nmhzhik is placed cn the "hik.
The farmer could always hold th
balance of power if he had the money
to hold his cropf.
Some wives are happy, and some
realize that their husbands are afraid
No man should be elected to pcblde
office unlesr he has sufficient intelli intelligence
gence intelligence to hire the right clerks to do
Perhaps yon have noticed that the
girls made immoral by the styles are
the ones you dont know.
Business is doubtless sound, as the
experts say, but the sound is a little
In a little while now we can forget
our lesser problems and worry- about
the neighbor's chickens in the garden.
It is rather xmfair to expect con connubial
nubial connubial bliss in Ireland until they de decide
cide decide which is the better half.
It's nice to have a monopoly of the
world's gold if one could forget the
handwriting ca the tariff walL
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MR. GAITSKILL SHOULD KICK IN
Editor Star: I am writing you this
just to make a mild kick. The Ocala
papers are doing all they can, so they
gay, 'for the advancement and up upbuilding
building upbuilding of Marion qpunty. The
Chamber of Commerce claims to be
doing work for Marion county. Prov Providence
idence Providence has dealt a fine hand to Mar Marion
ion Marion county, giving it quite a number
of the best cards in the deck. You
told of the advantages of orange
growing and named a good many sec sections
tions sections that were producing at a profit,
but left out Boardman, where the
Sampson groves are about as good as
can be found in the state. A week
ago, this morning, there was a little
cold snap. Our vegetables here in the
northern edge of Marion county were
not hurt.. Reports coming from Fort
Myers, Wauchula, Arcadia, Bartow,
Winter Haven, etc., show 50 per cent
or more of the truck crops killed.
tin A. 1 i.1 A. 1A m 1 1 i 1
nny noi piay mat, cara ; leu tne
prospector that South Florida does
-not mean immunity, and they don't
nave to go wher the land is mostly
white sand to dodge frost damage.
T1 i m -r i
rui so iar i nave seen no reierence
in the papers nor heard a word from
the Chamber of Commerce. I don't
mean deride these other sections, but
if providence has dealt us a good
card, why not play it?
Truly yours, S. H. Gaitskill.
Mcintosh, March 30.
If Mr. Gaitskill will read the Star
closely, he will find that the Star
commented on that very same condi
tion of affairs at the time of the last
cool spell. Mr. Gaitskill and other
men of his prominence in agricultural
affairs, the county over, should make
it their business to send the Star re
ports of the effect of every cold wave
on the crops. The Star has its limita limitations.
tions. limitations. It gives the temperature in
Ocala every day, but it cannot, with without
out without spending considerable money, find
out the effects of the weather on the
crops in various parts of the county.
Now Mr. Gaitskill and other leading
farmers can without extra expense
phone or write to the Star the effect
of an extraordinary weather in their
parts of the county. Why don't they
do so? The information would be in interesting
teresting interesting and mutually helpful.
LOOKING FOR A LEAK
The city has been prospecting in
Main street in front of the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Cafe for the past two days, look looking
ing looking for a leaking water pipe or main.
A small spring began flowing thru
"the bricks several days ago and work
was begun, looking for the broken
pipe. Several holes were made in the
pavement near where the water came
to the surface but each time it was
discovered that the water was com coming
ing coming from some place further on. This
The number of members in the Mar
ion County Chamber of Commerce is
steadily increasing. There are 258 per
sons in Ocala and Marion county
holding memberships in the Marion
County Chamber of Commerce, and
94 of these are new members.
Those members added to the list
published Wednesday are as follows:
C. snd J. Camp, F. G. Sampson, Board-
man; J. A. McCarley, Boardman; D.
Chisena. Kendricfc; W. H. Dedman,
J. K. Christian, L. T. Hickson, D. H.
Petteys, W. M. Gist, Dr. F. C. Zoll,
Mcintosh; N. C. Wraits & Co., Orange
Lake; E. P. Townsend, Ocala; L. M.
Redding, Reddick; H. T. Hall Jr.,
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
AN EXCELLENT MACHINE
FOR STREET WORK
The city is the proud possessor of a
new steam street roller. The machine
is the Kelley-Springfield roller manu manufactured
factured manufactured by the Buffalo-Springfield
Roller Company. It is by far the most
complete machine of its kind ever
used in Ocala or Marion county. Some
of the new features embodied in this
machine are a steam pressure scari scarifier,
fier, scarifier, extra broad wheels, mud scrapers
on the wheels and a dry steam chest
and super-heater. The most important
of these features is probably the
steam pressure scarifier. In all for former
mer former machines owned in this neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood the scarifying spikes were forc forced
ed forced into the street by their weight aid aided
ed aided by a hand power lever. On a hard
surface it was difficult to make a
very deep impression. With the
steam cylinder scarifier the weight of
the spikes and frame is combined with
125 pounds steam pressure and the
spikes can be forced into almost any
surface. The city officials are plan planning
ning planning to take the best of care of the
machine and are not going to use lime
water in the boiler. They are now
having built a tank car to haul water
from the water softener at the city
plant to use in the roller's boiler. As
soon as this tank is completed the
roller will commence its campaign for
(Evening Star March 31, 1S02)
Mrs. Nancy McCarthy, widow of
the late John McCarthy, died at her
home in the fourth ward last night
after a long illness.
The Ocala Gun Club will hold its
first weekly shoot of the season next
Thursday afternoon at the grounds
of the club at three o'clock. (Ocala
Gun Club had a shoot yesterday).
The pastors' conference, which was
oiganized last week, met this morn morning
ing morning to discuss the dispensary question.
Uncle Jim Blair, a veteran of the
gray from Candler, was in town to
day, a guest of the editor.
Mrs. R. H. Phillips of Ocala went
to Leesburg yesterday to stay a few
days with her husband.
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce of Sumterville
is visiting relatives in Ocala.
Major L. T. Izlar, who has been
visiting his son, Dr. A; L. Izlar, re returned
turned returned to his home in Blackwell, S. C,
having been called there on account
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star March 31, 1912)
lhe btar has received a program
from the Plaza theater, one of St-
Petersburg's up-to-date amusement
houses, and is glad to see that Mr. J.
W. Sylvester is assistant manager.
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake and family
spent Sunday with friends in Eustis.
Mr. James Duncan McDonald is en
joying a visit from his sister of Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Wreller Carmichael
are moving into their pretty new
bungalow on East Fort King.,
FOR A CLEAN NATION
THE OCALA BOYS
Although the regular Ocala base baseball
ball baseball team has not yet been out for
pratcice the national sport is not en entirely
tirely entirely forgotten in this neck of the
wo"bds. The boys of the high school
are working every afternoon towards
the formation of a team for the
school. They have a crew of about
twenty boys who are much interested
in the team and are turning out for
practice almost every afternoon. Yes Yesterday's
terday's Yesterday's practice took the form of a
game between two chosen sides. The
hitting of most of the boys was ex excellent.
cellent. excellent. Several times the ball was
driven out to the center field and left
field fences. The work of the boys
in the field is rather crude at present
as none of the bunch seem to have
limbered up enough to stoop down
after the hot ones. This will come
with practice and the next two
weeks should show a decided improve improvement
ment improvement in the team.
SECURED FOR OCALA
Through the efforts of the members
of the Ocala Business and Profession Professional
al Professional Woman's Club this excellent Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua has been booked for Ocala next
spring. During the past two days
the business women have been taking
pledges and have secured many more
promises for tickets than were needed
to obtain the Chautauqua. The mem members
bers members of the club thank the people of
Ocaal and the surrounding communi communities
ties communities for their hearty support and en encouragement
couragement encouragement which they have given
them in this matter.
HIGH SCORES MADE
AT THURSDAY'S SHOOT
Bruce Meffert was high gun at the
regular shoot of the Ocala Gun Club
Thursday afternoon. Junie Perkins
and W. P. Preer tied for second hon honors
ors honors with forty-seven out of fifty. The
scores were as follows:
Bruce Meffert 48 x 50
Junie Perkins 47 x 50
W. P. Preer 47 x 50
Ed. Tucker ..43 x 50
J. Chas. Smith 39 x 50
C. A. Fort 38 x 50
Howard Walters 34 x 50
Dr. E. G. Lindner 25 x 50
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
What we need is a Lincoln to free
us wlilte slaves fruni th colored bellhops.
C. V. Roberts & Co.
H AND EMBALMERS
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
The war has brought many tremen tremendous
dous tremendous and far-reaching changes in
American character and American
thought. .It has been a great awaken
er to duty, not alone to the great out
standing duties of raising billions for
the Allies, of creating an ramy out
of nothing, of depriving ourselves of
food so that Europe might not starve
These were big duties, unselfishly per
With the coming of peace there has
come, too, a realization of the smaller,
but none the less important, duties
we owe ourselves. One of the great
est of these is being pointed out by
the U. S. Public Health Service, and
backed up by the secretary of the
treasury, the secretaries of war and
the navy. It i& the duty of clearing
the nation of vice diseases, which war
demonstrated to us all were the prime
causes of inefficiency in the nation.
Before the war it would hardly
have been possible for the newspa
pers to discuss such a theme as vene
real diseases. The narrow, short shortsighted
sighted shortsighted view was that such a subject
was shocking, immodest, disgusting,
not fit to be discussed. The result
has been that ignorance of the extent
to which these venereal diseases were
menacing the nation has allowed them
to thrive and multiply until, when for
the first time in our history, millions
of our young men were forced to sub
mit to expert medical examination,
the percentage of men found to be in
fected with one or the other of these
diseases was appalling.
It was estimated that five-sixths of
all the venereal diseases in the army
was brought there from civil life.
Such revelations as this add terrific
poignancy to ex-Presiderit Wilson's
note of warning: "It is not an army
we have to make fit; it is a nation."
To know the truth about communi
cable diseases is to be able to guard
against them. That has proved to be
true of tuberculosis, of measles, of
smallpox, of all communicable dis
So we must all come to realize that
the venereal diseases are highly com
municable. They are primarily dis
eases of vice, and spread mainly thru
prostitution, but they are also com
municable by innocent means.
The U. S. Public Health Service
through the bureau of venereal dis
eases of the Florida State Board of
Health is making a state-wide fight
for the cleanliness of communities
Prostitution is being suppressed, laws
requiring the reporting of venereal
diseases, just as other communicable
diseases are reported, are being pass
ed by many states. Clinics for the
skilled treatment of venereal diseases
are being established.
In this work, which has for its ob object
ject object a clean America, every citizen
must help in his single strength. The
false modesty that has prevented a
free discussion of this menace must
be brushed aside, so that every one
may know and realize the danger to
be fought against.
Never again can we as individual
citizens be content with an attitude
of indifference toward such a. subject
as this. The war has opened our
eyes; we must keep them open until
the danger is past.
Free lectures on this important sub subject
ject subject will be given for the colored peo people
ple people at the Maceo theater on Saturday
at 3:30 p. m. for women only, and
6:30 p. m. for men only. On Sunday
the lectures will be given for white
people at the Temple theater at 3:30
for women only and 8 p. m. for men
only. No children under fourteen
years of age will be admitted.
Oxford, March 29. Surveyors, car carpenters
penters carpenters and bricklayers are now at
Oxford, building the biggest packing
house in the world. No, not the big biggest,
gest, biggest, but it is a buster. It will be
equipped with the Skinner system of
conveying and grading machinery. It
belongs to Mr. E. Lee of Plant
City. Contractor Dudley of Plant
City has the contract. Mr. Lee will
also build big packing houses at
Wildwood and SummerfiekL
Oxford was alive with people from
the surrounding country last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, and among those from Long
Hammock were Mr. W. R. Nichols and
family, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Fore and
daughter, Miss Ida Fore, Mr. E. E.
Caruthers, Master Boyd Caruthers
and Mr. Sam Milton.
Prof. Jones, who was principal of
Long Hammock school last term,
opened up a normal last Monday.
This speaks high for Long Hammock,
which has the best rural school build building
ing building in the county.
Mr. and Mrs. "M. M. Harlison of
Summerfield was seen pleasure riding
around Oxford last Monday. We say
pleasure riding, because it is quite a
pleasure to ride over the. new roads
of Sumter county. The big trucks
make such a noise on them that we
often "rubber neck," looking for a
plane till the truck gets in sight.
We would give Marion county a
nickel if she would fix the road be
tween Belleview and Dallas. Consider
Mr. William Grimes and wife of
Dallas attended services at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church at Oxford last Sunday.
Miss Annie Sirmon, who has been
ill for several days, is improving.
Ncedham Motor Co.
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Electra, March 29. Miss Dixie Pil
lans spent last week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brant Sr. and
daughter Esther, were callers in Ocala
and Belleview Saturday.
Every one enjoyed the program
give nat the school house Friday eve
ning. School is progressing nicely,
with the addition of another month
Mr. Fletcher is driving the school bus
Quite a number from here attended
preaching at Moss Bluff Sunday.
Miss Vera "Higginbotham was the
week-end guest of Miss Allie Johns
of Moss Bluff.
Mr. J. C. Pillang was in Ocala Tues
Miss Annie Stebbleton spent Sunday
with Miss Esther Brant.
Mrs. J. C. Pillans spent Monday
with her daughter, Mrs. John Martin.
Every one is invited to attend the
preaching service Saturday night and
Sunday. Also B. Y. P. U. Sunday
night at 7 o'clock.
The word BUTTERNUT baked into
your loaf of bread is a guarantee that
it is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
E A. STROUT HHSIaHiKSiSiM$E 5KiK$SK?5t55
Thorn & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, Qty Property
and Unimproved Land. for, Sals,
OFFICE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 282 OCALA, FLA.
Notice is hereby given, hat under
and by virtue of a certain -writ of ex execution,
ecution, execution, tested 5th day of 'February.
1910. issued from and under seal of
the county judge's court. Alachua coun county.
ty. county. Florida, in favor of Georgia A. Ba Bashaw,
shaw, Bashaw, plaintiff. t against E. C. iicLeod.
defendant, -issued to all and singular
the sheriffs of -Florida. Iv the under undersigned,
signed, undersigned, as sheriff ofMMarion county,
Florida, have levied upon, and .will sell
at public outcry before the court house
door, in Ocala. Florida, during- the
legal hours of sale, on
Maday. May l, 1922,
the same ibeing a legal sales day. to the
highest and best bidder, for. cash, the
following described lands, situate, ly lying
ing lying and 'being in Clarion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit:
SVi of se4. section 3. Twp. 15 6., R.
of sw!4, See. 18. Twp. HSR. it 7
N'H of nw& and nwli of neH. 6ec
29. Twp. 14 S. R 21 E.
of nel4. Sec. 25. Twp. 14 8. R
2 X E
SwU of se, Sec 3. Twp. 14 8. R.
21 E.. and
XeU of sw4. Sec. 22, .Twip. 14 S. R.
Same having been levied on as the
property of said defendant, and to 4e
.sold to satisfy the said execution and
costs. S. C. iiL rrHOMAS.
Sheriff of -Marion County. Fla.
T. B. ELLIS JR.. Gainesville. Florida,
Plaintiff's Attorney. 3-31-St fiat
Notice is hereby iven that the tax
assessment roll for the city of Ocala
for the year 1922 is completed as same
will be presented to the city council of
the said city. The said tax roll will be
open for inspection during office hours
at the city clerk's office from this date
until the second Tuesday in April, be being
ing being the 11th day ot said -month, on
which date at 8 o'clock p. to. the city
council will sit as an equalization
board to hear complaints against as assessments
sessments assessments as made by the city tax as assessor
sessor assessor and to correct assessments of
value of property.
All complaints must be made to the
city council in writing on or before the
This the 31st day of March. A. T. 1922.
H. C. SlJSTRUiNK.
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala, Florida. 31-lt
XOTTCE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOXDS
Notice Is hereby given that tha board
of public instruction for Marlon: coun county.
ty. county. Florida, at the office of the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public Instruction of said
county, at Ocala. will receive 4lds until
three o'clock p. m., April 4th, 1921, for
the purchase of one or more of the ten
one thousand dollar bonds to be issued
by the Reddick special tax school dis district
trict district No., Marion county. Florida, said
bonds bearing five per cent Interest,
payable semi-annually, maturing as
One bond due and payable July lat,
One bond due and payable July 1st.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
Three bonds due and payable July
Four bonds due and payable July
A deposit in the form of a certified
check, payable to the order of the
Board of Public Instruction for Marion
county. Fla., In the sum of five per cent
of the amount of the W1 must accom accompany
pany accompany each bid. The board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
'All communications should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to H. G. Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order nt the Board of Public In Instruction,
struction, Instruction, Marlon county, Fla this the
8th day of February, 1922.
2-24-6t H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
Easter Sunday, April 1 6
The Last Shipment of
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits,
which arrived this week, and is ready" for inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, gives us the most complete line of Clothing
we have offered to the public in years and at pri prices
ces prices that will make it possible for the man of lim limited
ited limited means to wear a handsomely tailored suit.
The line includes a varied assortment of Woolens
in Tweeds, Serges and Fancy Tropical Worst ds,
and a complete.line of lighter weight fabrics, such
as Mohair; Gabardiue, Bermuda Cloth and Palm
Beach in all shades.
Our line of extra Pants is very complete, includ including
ing including blue, brown and white Flannel, and white and
fancy striped Serges, which make a snappy suit
when worn with one of our Blue Flannel or Wool
Tex Sport Coats.
We have on hand a complete line of Straw Hats,
ranging in price from $l-.50 to $7.50, and including,
besides, the regular staple shapes. A varied as assortment
sortment assortment of rough braids just the thing for young
men. Also a complete line of Panama, Baliiluke
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Star Ads are Business Builders. Phon 51
" The Fashion Center
OCALA - FLORIDA
Special assortment of beautiful Dresses, made
by PEGGY PAIGE, New York, Imported
Cotton Fabrics, Swisses, Plain and Dotted Or Or-gandies.
gandies. Or-gandies. Values to $35.00. Specially priced
for quick selling
Co-Ed and Peggy Paige
Sport Dresses Arriving
A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL BE TO
Adjustment Sale Prices Still on in
" The Fashion Center
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Save one-third your building
eoet. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows ana
mill work and will save yon
enough to make the effort worth
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO
WILLIAMS' NEVS STAND
Now in the Harrington Hall
block, next to Ocala Gas
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zines, Magazines, Periodicals
Tobacco, Cgars, Cgarettes
Complete tine HOME-MADE
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You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about, your home.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
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Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
A. E. GERIG
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AI3 LINE RAILROAD
1:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 nm
1:65 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:60 pm
1:16 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:0o m
1:66 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
1:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:60 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 un
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St retsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am 'Uunneuon-wucox
7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosa8sa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4 :45 pm Gainesville 11 :50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
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Copyright by KathiMn Norrto
CHAPTER I. Harriet Field. twntr-
elffht rears old and beautiful, la the mo
dal secretary of the flirtatious Mrs. I I-belle
belle I-belle Carter, at "Crownlands," Richard
Carter's home, and governess of 17-year-
oia wma carter, wara. twenty-iour yean
old and Impressionable, fancies himself la
love with his mother's attractlre secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mrs. Carter's latest "affair" is
with young Anthony Pope, ana tne youtn
is taking It very seriously.
fTHAPTF.R IT. Pre si din orer the
cups this summer afternoon. Harriet 9
profoundly disturbed by tne mm
visitor. Royal Blondln. Next day. at a
tea party in the city, Blondln makes him himself
self himself agreeable to Nina, and leaves a deep
impression on tne unsopmsucatea win.
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for- the money than any other
eoetraciar La the dty.
in. Harriers aail
over tne appearance or Jioncun at
"Crownlands" Is explained by the fact
that he had been a disturbing- element la
her life ten years before, and she fears
him. The man Is an avowed adventurer,
living on the gullibility of the Idle rich.
He frankly announces to Harriet his In Intention
tention Intention of marrying- Nina, who. as the
daughter of the wealthy Richard Carter,
is a highly desirable "eaten," ana urges
her to aid him. She is In a ssfjte in his
power, and after pleading with nun to
abandon his scheme agrees to follow a
policy of neutrality.
CHAPTER IV. Harriet vialts her mar
ried sister, Linda Davenport, with whom
shs had had her home during her unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate acquaintance with Blondln, and
tells her of his reappearance. The two
woman, realizing the unscrupulous nature
of the man, view the future with appre
CHAPTER V. Knowing the tender
feellnar she has inspired In Ward Carter,
Harriet la tempted to marry him for the
position and wealth he can rive her,
though realizing: she does not love him.
Blondln has Ingratiated himself with
Madame Carter- Richard's mother, and
she is whole-heartedly in favor of his
marriage with Nina. Ward urges Har Harriet
riet Harriet to marry him at once. She procrastinates.
CHAPTER VI. Anarered at his wife's
too open flirtation with young- Anthony
Pope, Richard Carter markedly shows his
resentment Isabelle, ardently returning
her youthful lover's attachment, elopes
witn mm on nis yacnt, ana pursuit is
useless. The news of the sensational af affair,
fair, affair, exaggerated, of course, by gossip,
is kept as much as possible from being
Sudden peace and confidence flooded
her spirit. She sat on, dreaming and
planning, but with no more mental dis distress.
tress. distress. With the prayer she had gained.
in some subtle fashion, a new self-respect.
She would not let him frighten
her again ; after all, while she com
manded her own soul. Royal Blondln
could 'not hurt her.
"And he shall net marry Nina,
either!" Harriet decided, going In,
stiff and cold, but full of resolution.
She looked at a clock it was almost
four. Three hours' sleep was not to be
despised, but Harriet was in no mood
for it. Instead she took a bath, and
just as the dawn was beginning to flood
the world with mysterious half-lights
and long wet shadows, she crept out
into the dew-drenched garden and, with
a triumphant sense of being alone,
went into the wood. Early walks
were one of her delights. It was al
most seven o'clock when she came
back, glowing, beginning to feel warm
and headachy, beginning to realize
that the July day would be hot, be beginning
ginning beginning to be conscious of the eight
mile tramp. In the garden at Crown
lands she met Royal, leaving the
He studied her approvingly.
"Harriet, do you know that you are
extraordinarily easy to look upon?
What gets you up so early?"
"I've been walking," she said briefly
and unresponsively. His social pleas
antries instantly antagonized ker, and
he saw it.
"Well, I 1 nought perhaps I had bet
ter get out. I'm at the club for a day
or two. Ward tells me," he added, giv
ing the girl a sharp glance, "that you
and he eh?"
"I'm sorry he told you!"
"Oh. my dear child!" Blondln made
a deprecatory motion of his hands.
"Of course, I think you're very wise,'
This emote upon her new-born self
respect, and all the glory departed
from the day. The man saw her breast
rise and fall with some quick emotion
as he half-smilingly watched her.
"The lad gets a beautiful and wise
and very discreet wife," he was begin
ning, but Harriet silenced hho angrily
"He loves me. I don't know what
a boy's love Is worth; he's only twen
ty-two, after all. But he does love
me! But believe me, Royal, you
couldn't hurt me as you are hurting
me! if there was no truth in what
you say. Ward lias had three yean
at college I've not been a member of
the family all that time without ks ow
ing that he is not a saint! He has
lived as other men do as women per
mit decent men to live, I suppose
Nina's different. She's younger. She
has never had an affair
"We were not discussing Nina!"
"No, I know it. But you reminded
me that what I object to in yon, with
her, I myself am doing with him or
something very like it! Except
that Harriet floundered a little,
but regained her thread "except that
he does care for me," she repeated;
"he loves beauty I can say that to
yon without your misunderstanding!
and then, he knows me, we have been
Intimate for years, we are congenial V
"He knows everything about you,"
Royal repeated, innocently, as if the
defense she made were perfectly ac acceptable.
ceptable. acceptable. But again she was stung te
T am going to tell him frankly, ex exactly
actly exactly what you have said to me," Har Harriet
riet Harriet said, presently, with decision and
relief In her voice. "I shall remind
him that I have always been poor, and
that.it Is uf&rly Lmnosaible for ma tn
w par ate tne thought, of. him rrom-tne
thought of what my life as his wife
"Be careful how yon play your hand
alone!" the man said. "Half confi confidence
dence confidence isn't much more than none at
A moment later they parted; the
woman entering the house for a cup
of coffee, and some conference with
butler and housekeeper, and the man
starting off briskly for his early walk.
But Blondln was smiling, as he went
npon his way, and Harriet was white
with anger and Impotence.
Til put everything else I have in
this world in the balance, Roy! she
said to herself, In the sunshiny silence
of the breakfast room. "But m hold
no more stolen conversations with
you! TO break my engagement with
Ward, ITI go to Richard Carter and
humiliate myself, ni go back to Lin
da's house without a penny in the
world but I'll be done with you!
Thank God, however the story may
sound, especially with your interpre interpretations
tations interpretations on It, you haven't my honor
in your keeping, though you may seem
The house was absolutely quiet;
the clock on the stairs struck a silvery
seven. Harriet went noiselessly to her
own room; Nina was sleeping heavily.
She flung off her clothes, sank Into
bed. And now at last sleep came,
deep, delicious, satisfying.
A day or two later there was a fam
ily conference In the library, and Har Harriet
riet Harriet realized more clearly than ever
that It was Impossible to forecast the
march of events. Richard announced
that after consideration he had de decided
cided decided that It would be wiser for the
family to weather the storm of talk
that would follow Isabelle's disappear
ance in some neighborhood less con connected
nected connected with her. He had therefore
eased an establishment on Long
Island, where the children could have
their swimming and tennis, and his
mother her usual nearness to town, but
where they would be comparatively
Inaccessible to a curious press and
public, and might disappear for a
grateful Interval. The life at Hunting Huntington
ton Huntington would be less formal than at
Crownlands, but the house he had
taken was comfortable and roomy;
there would be plenty of room for
Nina's girl friends and Ward's guests.
Miss Field, Bottomley and Hansen
would please see to It that the move
was made with all possible expedition.
1 have explained to my mother and
the children," he said, quietly, to Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, "that Mrs. Carter has asfcea rot
divorce, which will, of course, be
immediately arranged. Now, Miss
Field, you will understand that you
are in charge from now on. My mother
will well, you know how to handle
her! She is old enjoys her little bit
of mischief sometimes! Anything un unusual
usual unusual you can refer to me; I shall be
there every week, anyway."
He paused and ruffled the scattered
papers that were on the flat-topped
desk before him. Harriet watched
him anxiously. She thought he looked
tired and old, and her heart ached at
the troubled attempt he was making
to simplify the tragedy for them all.
He was not handsome, she reflected,
but surely there had never been
keener or pleasanter gray eyes, and a
mouth so strong when It was In repose,
so honest when it smiled. Not like
Ward's ready and incessant laughter,
not like Royal Blondin's carefully cal
Reaching this point in her thought.
facing him with her whole beautiful
face alive with emotion and interest,
Harriet smiled herself, involuntarily
and faintly. It was a smile of almost
daughterly sympathy and comrade comradeship,
ship, comradeship, friendly and innocent, and wholly
Richard, catching the look, was per perhaps
haps perhaps unconsciously cheered by it.
Even at forty-four, and under his
present difficulties and harassments,
he must have been dead not to be
refreshed by the vision of earnest
youth and beauty that was so near
him in the tempered summer light of
the great library.
"Thank you !" he said, as if she had
spoken. "There is one more thing.
Miss Field," he added, Idly rumpling
his papers again, and then moving his
fine hand to his thick brown hair,
whose shining order he rumpled too.
"About this man Blondln. Do you
know anything about him?"
A more direct shot at her innermost
fastnesses could hardly have been
made. Robbed of breath and senses
by the suddenness of it, and with dry
lips, Harriet could only falter a repe repetition
tition repetition :
"Know anything about him?"
"I don't know much, and what I do
know I don'r like," Richard continued,
noticing nothing amiss in her manner,
perhaps because he was so deeply ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed in what he was saying. "He's
a handsome fellow ; he knows his sub subject,
ject, subject, I guess. But I don't like him.
Now, I don't know how he feels to
Nina, or she to him, but as you know,
she will come into her uncle's fortune
in a few months, unless the trustee,
who is myself, decides to defer pay payment
ment payment for another three years. I mere merely
ly merely wsQt te say that it might be as well
to intimate to this young fellow that
there are conditions under which I
would see fit to defer it, and anything
that brought him into that connection
would well, would constitute one !.
"I didn't know of that !" Harriet ex exclaimed.
claimed. exclaimed. In such obvious relief that
the man smiled involuntarily.
"Then you agree with me?" he
Here in the somber sweetness of the
library, with the man she admired and
respected above all others looking to
her for confidence and counsel, what
could she say? Even had Royal Blon
dln been present, Harriet might have
cast every secondary consideration to
the winds as readily. As it was, she
could only teH him the truth.
Oh, yes yes: I told Ward that I
would rather see Nina dead !"
"Why do you say so?" Richard
asked. "Now, ni tell you why I do,"
he added, as Harriet was, not unnatu unnaturally,
rally, unnaturally, groping for definite phrases,
Tve been watching this man. I had
his record looked into. There's noth nothing
ing nothing extremely bad In It he. seems to
be a gentleman adventurer. I don't
want him mixed up with my family.
Tm going to speak to Ward about it,
warn him, that his., sister's happiness
be risked br Jiavlng tha fallow
about at all. You're flred, said
Indeed I'm not the girl protested,
with white Hps.
"Ton don't imagine the man is seri serious?"
ous?" serious?" Richard asked, alarmed by her
"I don't know!" Harriet answered
at random. "They've they've hardly
known each other three weeks!"
"Ah, well! And she Is only seven seventeen,?
teen,? seventeen,? her father said. "Distract her,
amuse her If she's Inclined to mepe
a bit. Get riding horses I
No time to think no time to trim
her course. Harriet must plunge
blindly ahead now.
"Mr. Carter, would you if you
think wise give your mother a hint
of this? Madame Carter is romantic,
"Oh, certainly Certainly he said,
approvingly. "I'll speak to her. We
must keep Nina a little girl this sum summer.
mer. summer. And. Miss Field
It was said with only a slight change
in the pleasant voice. But it brought
a sudden change in their relationship,
a tightening of the bonds that were
all Harriet's world now.
" Miss Field, I may say here and
now that it is an unmixed privilege,
in my estimation," Richard Carter
said, simply, "that my daughter, aad
my son, too, for the matter of that,
should have the advantage of your
influence, and your example, at this
time. I have never been unapprecia unapprecia-tlve
tlve unapprecia-tlve of the value of a simple, good,
unspoiled woman in my household. I
have seen the effect in a thousand
ways. But at the present moment, I
hardly know where I could turn with without
out without you. I can only hope that In some
way the Carters may be able to repay
The secretary's shining head dropped,
and she rested her elbow on the table,
and pressed a white hand tight across
her eyes for a moment of silence.
When she taced him again her face
was a mrre pale, and her magnificent
eyes heavy with tears.
"I love all the Carters," she said
simply. "I only wish I were half
what you say!"
And without another word she stood
up, folded into a tiny oblong the' pa paper
per paper upon which she had been making
a "few notes, and went slowly to the
library door. More deeply stirred
than she had been since the days of
her passionate girlhood, she turned on
the threshold for a look of farewell.
But Richard Carter had left the desk,
and was kneeling on one knee before
his safe; he had forgotten her. Har Harriet
riet Harriet went across the hall, mounted the
stairs, and found her own room. She
was hardly conscious of what she was
doing or 'thinking.
"Oh, what shall I doT she whis
pered. "He trusts me to protect her!
Oh, why didn't I the moment I knew
that Royal was thinking of her why
didn't I go to him then, and make a
clean breast of it all Now now Tve
promised! And they trust me and
love me and what shall I do! Oh.
God," whispered Harriet, sinking oil
her knees beside the bed, "You know
that I am good You know that I can
really help them all can really pro protect
tect protect the girl You know how I have
chosen what was fine and good, all
these years, how I have longed for an
opportunity to be useful and happy
Don't let him come into my life again.
and sfioil It again. Don't let Richard
Carter lose faith in me, and despise
me! I don't know what's the matter
with me," sobbed Harriet, burying her
brimming eyes in the pillows VI never
cry, I haven't cried like this for years
and years! I think Tm losing my
era! loads" of vegetables, we cant re recall
call recall just what at this time, but let us
suggest that while you are waiting
on your gardens and truck you send
an order over to Shady for most any
kind of vegetable you can name: cau cauliflower,
liflower, cauliflower, lettuce, beets, cabbage, car carrots,
rots, carrots, onions, spinach, asparagus, tur turnips,
nips, turnips, rutabagas, collards and Irish
potatoes. There are others and just
over the northwest fence from Shady
there are strawberries, big red, lus luscious
cious luscious fellows, the owner of which has
been taking in close on to $45 per
week for. From what we hear Shady
can supply you strawberries from her
own gardens next spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Strain and
baby and John Roller left Wednesday
for Delfi, Ind., having sold their home
place here to Mr. A. W. DeCamp of
New York. They will make their
home at Delfi, Mr. Strain's boyhood
Mrs. C. C. Priest, Mr. C. P. Priest
and Mr. Granvel Priest of Anthony
were calling on friends here Thursday
Mrs. John Goin has named her win
some, wee daughter, Edna Marteel
and will call the little lady Marteel
The B. Y. P. U. will be entertained
by Group No. 2, at an ice cream social
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Gaskin Thuresday evening.
Reddick, March 29. Dr. R. D. Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson motored to Titusville last Sun Sunday
day Sunday and visited his brother, Mr. S. W.
Ferguson. He returned Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J Fridy are visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. Fridy's sister, Mrs. Wooten
After a very pleasant visit to their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Johnson,
Mrs. Clyde Richardson of High
Springs and Mrs. Annie Carswell of
Jacksonville, accompanied by Mrs.
Johnson, left in Mrs. Richardson's car
for Lakeland, where they will visit
their sister and daughter, Mrs. I. W.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Fridy spent a
few days last week at their cottage at
St. Augustine beach.
Rev. Phillips preached his farewell
sermon at the Presbyterian church
here Sunday morning. We understand
Mr. Phillips is going to give full time
to the Morriston church at which place
he lives and has been preaching part
of the time. We regret to lose Mr.
Philips and wish him much success
wherever he goes.
Women's Ready to -Wear
We have everything new end vp-to-date
in the way of Women's Apparel.
He most discriminating can be pleas pleased.
ed. pleased. Our tines of
t Silk and Cotton Dresses
Separate Sport Skirts
Are absolutely complete, and oar
prices will be found JUST RIGHT, v
Come and see for yourself.
Rheinauer & Company
Shady, March 30. Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Younge, Mrs. Joe Usher, Miss
Vivian Douglas and Mr. F. G. Buhl
and sons attended the track meet at
the fair grounds last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tubbs, Mrs.
Fred Tubbs, Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy
and Miss Edith Schneider of Ocala,
attended the B. Y. P. U. services here
Mr. McDonald of Dunnellon. was a
visitor at the home of Mr. J. C. Per
We are sorry to hear that Mrs,
Will Little is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ulmer enter-
tained a number of friends and neigh
bors at dinner Saturday in honor of
Mr. Ulmer's father's birthday. We
think all the good fairies helped in the
nrpnartion of that dinner and the
happy informality of the guests, the
kindly hospitality of the host and
hostess marked the day as one to go
on record in our memories. Daddy
Ulmer, guest of honor, is seventy-
three years young, fuITof humor and
carries himself like a soldier, as tho
time had dealt kindly with him in
spirit as well as health. Many good
wishes were given him for many hap-
nv returns of the day. The Junior B.
Y. P. U. assembled at this home at
four o'clock Saturday afternoon and
a merry, happy group of children
usually have a good time and these
Droved no exception. After many
eames out doors, Mrs. Ulmer invited
them into the dining room and served
orangeade, cakes, crackers, candy and
other things. The sun was sinking in
the west when this tired, happy group
of about twenty-five little folks bade
each other and their hostess adieu,
hoping soon to attend another party
at this lovely home.
We have a small colony of Joneses
in our community now and for your
information we will give the names
lately thrust upon them (and rightly)
by a Shadyite: Bachelor Bill Jones of
Bachelor's Row is Cotton Jones, L. A.
Jones of the Manly farms is Tomato
Jones and W. B. Jones of the Doug Douglas
las Douglas farms, which Mr. Jones has leased
for five years, is Irish Potato Jones.
The last named has been eating new
Irish potatoes for the pas ten d
or more now and has a fine crop
about ready to ship.
We notice the Oxford correspondent
savincr thev would "soon have" lev-
o EL l(gap(D)(l fedDwy
Cash, and Cwy Sdf-Seree
Get The Cash And Carry Habit. Others
Have Gotten It And They Are
We Make a Small Charge of Five Cents for Delivering Your
Groceries, and if the Order Amounts to $5.00 or Over We De Deliver
liver Deliver Free of Charge, lou Save the 5c on a Couple of Items.
We take Telephone Orders and pet the Goods up and Deliver them. If the Order is less
than $5.00 we make a Charge of Ten Cads for Putting the Goods up and Delivering them. It
he Order is for More than $5.00 we get them up and make Delivery Free, Make Money by Get Get-ting
ting Get-ting in a Large Order Once a Week. Yoa save Around 10 per cent. So on a $5.00 Order
You will Clear Around 50c. Worth picking up.
HERE IS A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR REGULAR PRICES:
Granulated Sugar, pound
Kingan's Peerless Creamery
Kingan's Sliced Bacon, pound
Kingan's Plantation Breakfast
Full Cream Cheese, pound
Seal Brand Coffee
Chase & Sanborn's No. 46 Cof Coffee,
fee, Coffee, pound.--
Chase & Sanborn's High Grade
The last two Coffees are pack packed
ed packed in parchment bags and
you do not have to buy
costly tin cans.
Royal Scarlet' Sardines
SmaU B&e:Karo Syrup
Large Brad Karb Syrup
Small RedKara Syrup
T orria PaH Knm SvnnK ....
Log Cabin Syrup, 30c 60c and $120
Wessons Oif;pint- 28c
Wesson's Oil, quart
Baby Cream, tin Bess
Tall Cream, tin Bess
Rumford Baking Powder 16c
lYumiuru oanaugx unuci..,.
Calumet Baking Powder.'.
Kellogg's Corn Flakes.--
Shredded Wheat Biscuit pkg 15c
Cream of Wheat
Lighthouse Washing Powder
Octagon Soap, large
J. E. M. Flour, the highest
grade flour we have ever
sold, 12-pound bag..
J. E. M. Flour, 24-pound bag bag-Small
Small bag-Small Bread, loaf
Large Bread, loaf. .......
Uneeda Lunch Biscuit
All 8c Cakes and Crackers..
All 15c Cakes and Crackers..
K. TEAPOT GROCERY
ocau tvtsisd sm Friday, iiarch 3U$
If vnn Vinvp nnv lrvrnl nr imrietv
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mrs- C. C. Bailey has returned from
a pleasant visit to relatives in Tampa
and Plant City.
Supper will be served Saturday eve
nine from 6 to 8 in the basement of
the Methodist church by Circle No.
of the missionary society,
will be a la carte. Prices
There will be a demonstration Sat
urday, April 1st, at the Farmers Ex
change Store of the Virginia Home
Can Sealer. It
Mrs. G. A. Carmichael left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Union Springs, Ala., having
been called there on account of the
illness of her sister.
There will be a demons' ition Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, April 1st, at the Farmers Ex Exchange
change Exchange Store of the Virginia Home
Can Sealer. It
Resolve to begin saving on the first
of the month. The U-SERVE ad. will
show you how. 31-2t
It will be good news to the many
friends of Mrs. R. F. Rogers, who was
critically ill last week, to know that
she is much better.
Supper will be served Saturday eve
ning from 6 to 8 in the basement of
the Methodist church by Circle No. 1
of the missionary society. Service
will be a la carte. Prices reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. 31-2t
Really good looking Ladies' Hats
for Easter at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
Miss Meta Jewett has returned from
Savannah, where she enjoyed a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit; with her brother, Mr. Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Jewett, and family.
Try the U-SERVE way one month
and you will be as enthusiastic as we
are. Yon can't beat it. 31-2t
Full line of Fashion Park Clothes.
Every suit sold with a guarantee.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M.
B. O. D. 25-6t
Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian
Auxiliary will meet on Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at four o'clock at the home of
the chairman, Mrs. Thorn. All mem members
bers members are most cordially requested to to-attend.
attend. to-attend. Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
ery froc-ery store. 25-tf
Beautiful Dress Fabrics for Easter
Frocks at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken has re returned
turned returned from Jacksonville, where she
accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Jo
seph Rowntree and little daughter,
who spent several months in Ocala
with Dr. and Mrs. Van Engelken.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market
Phone 158. tf
New things in street and theatrical
footwear for ladies at the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O.D. 6t
f In the account of the auction party
given by Mrs. Max Israelson, appear appearing
ing appearing in yesterday's Star, the names of
the young ladies serving, Misses
Louise and Loureen Spencer and Rose
Wolff, were unintentionally omitted.
Beautiful Dress Fabrics for Easter
Frocks at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
For high blood pressure, heart,
liver and stomach troubles see Dr.
Kiplinger, Ocala House. 29-6t
The regular meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will be held tomorrow at the
club house at three o'clock. It is hoped
that there will be a full attendance
as this is the date for the annual
election of officers.
Largest and best line of Bathing
Suits and one-piece swimming suits.
See us before going swimming. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. YMBOD. 6t
Always eat the best bread; the way
to get it is to ALWAYS ask for Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Butternut Bread. 25-tf
Mrs. Fred Robinson and Miss Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Robinson went to Jacksonville
this afternoon to meet Mrs. Robin Robinson's
son's Robinson's daughter, Mrs. Goux, and small
son of Detroit, Mich., who will visit
with them in Ocala. The party will
return to Ocala Sunday.
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Don't ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youH get the best made. 21-tf
Morris Byrd, age IS years, son of
J. L. Byrd of Morriston, died in this
city this morning at 6:30. Interment
will be made this afternoon at four
o'clock at Morriston. Little Morris'
death is mourned by his father and
two little sisters, five and seven years
old. The mother died several years
ago. C. V. Roberts & Company have
charge of the funeral arrangements.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE EASTERN STAR
"American Chapter U. D., 0. E. S.,
invited you to attend a banquet m
honor of Mrs. Beulah Milam Warner,
grand matron, April 6, 1922, at the
Windsor hotel-' Official visit 8 p. m.,
Masonic Temple. Plate, ?2. Jack
The foregoing invitation has just
been received by the secretary of the
local chapter of the Eastern Star, and
it is hoped that as many of the mem members
bers members a3 possible will take advantage
of the opportunity offered. The af affair
fair affair promises to be an unusually bril brilliant
liant brilliant one, this being the first visit of
the grand matro'n to the new chapter
My dear You have no idea how
much you can save by making your
own tASlK UKtss. Keany, tne
people who handle ready-made dresses
don't know the war is over, judging
by their prices." We have a beautiful
line of Dress Goods at FISHEL'S. 2t
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
The better you care for
your eyes the better
vour eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
lac: three times ouc; six limes oc; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have res
ular advertising accounts.
CADILLAC FOR SALE Model 39
fully equipped, in absolutely first
class condition, at a bargain. Cash
or terms. Ocala Cadillac Company,"
Ocala, Fla. 31-3t
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 405 Fort King ave
FOR SALE One Ford touring body
one Ford roadster body. Can be
seen at Adams & Morrison garage
Oklawaha Ave. 31-12t
FOR SALE A few choice lots on Ft
King Ave. at very low prices and
on easv terms. Address P. O. Box
552, Ocala. 31-6t
TYPING AND SHORTHAND A
class will be conducted by Miss
Hettie Johnson in typing and short shorthand.
hand. shorthand. For information apply at 517
Oklawaha Ave., phone 470. 31-6t
FOR SALE On Camp grounds, good
FOR SALE Jersey cow with calf.
Apply 123 N. Sanchez 'street. 29-6t
FOR SALE Five passenger Dodge
touring car in good order. Cheap.
Apply to C. M. Livingston, Ocala
House, Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
FOR RENT An unusually attractive
furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
P. G. Murphy, 733 East Adams St.,
or P. O. Box 216. 27-6t
FOR RENT Six room cottage, all
modern conveniences, large lattice
porch, screened, also large garden.
Apply to R. L. Carter, taxi driver,
phone 52G or 527. 27-tf
FOR SALE 20 acres, weir improved,
young peacn orcnara, some crops,
on mail route, four corners, cheap
for cash; 2 miles west of Sum Sum-merfield.
merfield. Sum-merfield. J. D. LeMay, Route A,
Box 17. Good buildings. Come and
see the property. 27-6t
FOR SALE Nine room house, con conveniently
veniently conveniently located, good condition,
$3800; cash consideration only. For
particulars address P. O. Box 291,
Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
FOR SALE AT THE DOOR Clean,
solid strawberries at 40 cents the
quart; also fine dwarf Stone tomato
plants and sweet pepper plants
Chas. H. Knight, the "Roadside
Gardner," 935 Lake Weir Ave. 21 6t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
WANTED TO RENT Four of five five-room
room five-room bungalow or cottage; give
full description and price. Address
211 East 17th St., Jacksonville,
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern government
ment government inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
11.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato plants, $1.25 per 1000, f. o.
b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner, 76 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St., Ocala. Phone 389. 20-tf
FOR SALE 500 bushels of corn in
the ear; 1000 bushels Porto Rico
yams; unlimited quantity potato
slips. See J. H. J. Counts, P. O.
BOX 257. 3-lS-12t
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers' with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
AUTO PAINT SHOP OPENED
The Spencer-Pedrick Motor Com Company
pany Company has just completed its auto
painting shop on the third floor of the
new garage on Oklawaha avenue, and
now solicits all kinds of automobile
painting and varnishing.
The rooms set aside for this work
are entirely dust proof and were espe
cially built for this part of the com
pany's service department, and Mr.
edrick of the firm says that there is
no further need for Ocala auto owners J
to take their cars to distant cities to
have this kind of work done. He says
that the many patrons of the place
have long been inquiring as to when
this department would be ready for
business, and he is pleased to an
nounce that everything is now in
thorough working order and ready
for the cars.
Mr. Pedrick says that only expert
workmen are employed and that tho'
this department has only been in
operation a few days it has been busy
every minute taking care of the busi
ness that had been in waiting when it
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
New arrivals in Society Brand
Clothes in Imported Silver Gabardines
and large assortment of Tropicals.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M.
B. O. D. 25-6t
Really good looking Ladies' Hats
for Easter at FISHEL'S. 30-2t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
U a beauty you will like it. tf
The Star regrets to announce that
Marion county's efficient tax collector,
Mr. W. W. Stripling, was taken seri seriously
ously seriously ill yesterday, and had to be re removed
moved removed to the hospital. He is some somewhat
what somewhat better today, but far from well.
Mr. Stripling has been working night
and day on his books the last few
weeks and has probably overworked
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
One lot of Crossett Biogue Oxfords
at $5 in dark tan. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 25-6t
New things in street and theatrical
footwear for ladies at the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Cc. Y. M. B. O.D. 6t
Mrs. Wilier Carmichael was hos hostess
tess hostess last night at the regular weekly
meeting of the Wednesday auction
club. The three tables of players were
placed in the liying room and there
a very pleasant evening was passed,
enjoying the game of auction. Mrs.
Lester Burkett of Altoona, Penn., the
special guest of the eevning, was pre presented
sented presented with a pretty linen center centerpiece.
piece. centerpiece. Miss Louise Spencer received
a vanity case and Miss Rhoda Rhody
a set of tally cards. After four
rounds of auction a salad course was
served with ice tea, mints being
served in bon-bon dishes on each table
during the game. Those playing were
Mrs. Lester Burkett, Mrs. E. G. Lind Lindner,
ner, Lindner, Mrs. J. G. Parrish, Mrs. Leon
Mason, Mrs. John Good, Mrs. L. W.
Ponder, Mrs. E. M. Williams, Misses
Rhoda Rhody, Annie Benton Fuller,
Margaret Jackson, Louise Spencer
and Edith Williams.
Wall paper, spring catalogue, 1922
model, from $2 a room and up. Ap Apply
ply Apply 412 North Pond street. 28-3t
"Only age condemns the frivolities
ri"f VrmtVl TVllC! icn'f i-mia nmflim.
"The Gold Standard of Velue"
LOTS OF PARTS.
AN EASTER TREAT
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be a meeting of the ex executive
ecutive executive board of the Woman's Club
"Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the club house. M. M. Murphy,
WILCOX'S FISH MARKET
In another column of the Star ap appears
pears appears an announcement of the opening
cf another fish market by the firm of
L. A. Wilcox & Sons. For the past
year this firm has been doing business
at the City Fish Market on West Fort
King avenue and has been very suc successful,
cessful, successful, giving the public excellent
service. Since opening this place the
trade of the firm has increased to the
extent that Messrs. Wilcox find an another
other another market necessary to accommo accommodate
date accommodate their patrons. They will con
tinue to operate the City Fish Market
on Fort King and in addition to that
will open a place of business in the
rear of the Crescent Grocery on X.
Magnolia street, where they will be
glad to serve their old and new cus customers.
tomers. customers. IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Rialto Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
Regular dinner served from
3. Up-to-date dining room in
Fresh vegetables daily.
JOHN METRIE, Prop.
Dodge touring car, good tires,
starter and everything complete. Ap Apply
ply Apply Hugh Sennett, at Florida Auto
Another fish market will be opened
Monday, April 3rd in the rear of the
Crescent Grocery, by L. A. Wilcox &
Sons. We wish to thank the public
for its patronage in the past and hope
that our service will merit a con continuance
tinuance continuance of this trade.
3-30-tf L. A. Wilcox & Sons.
YOU'LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY
When you dine at this restaurant.
Many of the very best people in town
are our regular visitors. People to
whom price is no object come here by
preference. For they know that in
spite of our moderate prices we serve
an absolutely perfect and well balanc balanced
ed balanced dinner. We shall be glad to see
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
European PWt Complete. Modem. Screened outsiHe
Siewn Healed. $1 SO up. Cafe n comecnon. Comioicnt to
Everything. In heart of City Send for Booklet
WINDLE W. SMITH, fWr.
LOTS OF SERVICE
Drop in with a friend and enjoy a
plate or two of our deliciou
ICE CREAM. Whether its warm or
cool you are sure to like our cream;
it has that "different" flavor, you
know. Positively the best cream in
town. On sale at Troxler's, Union
Station Cafe, W. R. Bryant, Bagley's
Restaurant and Gore Grocery.
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
floor, and our equipment
is in shape to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen enable
US tO GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Out of Town
Speneer-Pedrick Mofor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Qslie rigid Qvam n'ill
io other cai
So select and use only tho
cream your skin demands.
Lettuce Cream, for cleansing;
Tissue Cream, for rough, dry
skin; Astringent Cream, for
oily skin; Acne Cream, for
blackheads; Motor Cream, for
protection; Foundation Cream
9 before powder; Erasetor, for
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
1 12 Ft. King Ave.
Bring Your Biggest Basket to the
U-Serve Stores. You Forget How
Heavy It is When You See
How Much You Save
You Get the Freshest of Goods, as Our Enor Enormous
mous Enormous Volume of Business Insures Fresh
Stock at all Times
Swift's Premium Sliced
Bacon, in boxes
Swift's Brodkfield Butter
Pnlm Olive Soap
Palm Olive Soap
12 cakes for
1 pound 12 ounces.
WHITTINGTON & PHILLIPS v
OCALA - - FXOmDA
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
U NEED AS,
one package OC
UNEEDAS, 1 J-
two packages XwC
OCTAGON SOAP, 0(n
three cakes fciVIC
OCTAGON SOAP, 7Kr
one dozen cakes wC
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP, J
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP, Ortr
three cakes t3J
P. & G. NAPHTHA SOAP, m7Cn
one dozen cakes wC
ARGO SALMON ft
per can OUC
Sugar Cane Syrup 1
pint bottles 1C
Sugar Cane Syrup drawn C f r
from barrel per gallon. OlC
Campbell's Soup, 1 O
one can AG
three cans OOC
CORN FLAKES, J f
one package XC
CORN FLAKES, OKf
three packages C
POST TOASTIES, 1 fto
one package X w C
POST TOASTIES, OKf
three packages fwv
HEINT7 idar Vinegar OO
A general stock cf groceries,' a
goods will cost you
WORD TO THE
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES:
Campbell's Tomato Soup
Camel Cigarettes -10
- Save him 20c
All 30c plugs Tobacco
We have a few of Heinz
Fig Puddingsleft. For Formerly
merly Formerly for $1.00, while
they last, per can- T
ha .A i
OATS . -V
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,.
BEET PULPH V ; IK
PURINA SWEET FEED
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIQ CHOW,
good delivery service, and your
no more f roro-us
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument buildenu Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest, to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any -who pl
stone for their plot."
Ocala Marble Works
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