WEATHER FORECAST Fair toiught and Tuesday. TEMPERATURES This morning, 58; this afternoon, 80.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:13; Sets, 6:48. OCALA. FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 79
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STATE LEAGUE HAS
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STEP TOWARD THE
MADE A START
ACT LIKE OUTLAWS
Many Ocalans Will be Present In
Orlando at the Capital Re Removal
moval Removal Meeting
Are you going on the motorcade to
Orlando? The auto caravan to the
capital removal meeting in the Or Orange
ange Orange county city will leave Ocala
Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock sharp
from the courthouse square. Many
cars will be in line. It is expected
that the Ocala motorcade will be larg larger
er larger than Orlando brought to the meet meeting
ing meeting in Ocala. Those who are going
are urged to notify the Chamber of
Commerce at once. Will you take
your car, and who is going with you?
If you are not going to take your car,
whose car are you going in? The
committee on arrangements wants
this information at once.
Also, those who want to go, and
have not cars, shoul l notify the sec secretary
retary secretary of the Chamber of Commerce
The motorcade will leave the court
house square promptly at 8 o'clock.
The route to be followed will be down
Orange avenue to Pedro, thence to
Weirsdale, Leefuurfr. Tavores, Mont
verde, Oakland and Winter Garden.
So far as possible the cars will be
kept together. The plan, however, is
to assemble at Winter Garden at
11:30, so as to proceed into Orlando
in procession. Several cars will go to
Orlando tomorrow and plan to join
the motorcade at Winter Garden.
There may be some cars that will
want to get away Wednesday morn
ing before 8 o'clock so as to be at the
assembling point at 11:30.
All cars going are expected to fly
banners. Banners have been prepar
ed and can be obtained at the Cham
ber of Commerce. These should be
obtained at once, so that more can be j
made if needed. The banners are one
dollar each. This is cost.
The members of the. motorcade
committee are: R. L. Anderson Jr.,
chairman, J. P. Phillips and T. M. Kil Kil-gore.
gore. Kil-gore. Mr. Anderson will have to
leave for Orlando tomorrow for a
meeting of the committee on consti constitution
tution constitution and by-laws for the proposed
capital removal association.
AUCTION PARTY FOR
Mrs. E. M. Williams, who is the
guest of Mrs. George Williams and
Miss Edith Williams, was compli complimented
mented complimented Saturday night at a pretty
auction party given at the Williams
home on Pine street, by Miss Edith
Pansies were used in quantities
with asparagus fern in the decora decorations.
tions. decorations. The punch table which was
placed in the reception hall was also
arranged with this pretty combina combination,
tion, combination, Miss Annie Benton Fuller serv serving
ing serving fruit punch to the guests as they
arrived. Nasturtiums and roses were
also used in the decorations.
After the arrival of all the guests
the tally cards were distributed. The
cards were adorned with violets in a
conventional design. A very pleasant
evening was spent at auction, after
which the hostess assisted by her
mother served ice cream and cake
and candy, the refreshments carrying
out the color of violet. On each plate
was a small bouquet of pansies and
fern, tied with lavender tulle. The
candies, which were in lavender, were
served in bon-bon dishes which were
entwined with fern.
Mrs. Leon Mason was presented a
pretty crystal candlestick. Mrs. T. S.
Trantham was given a box which
proved to be a number of boxes, one
within the other, the last and smallest
one containing a card with the words
The evening with Miss Williams
and the guest of honor proved an un unusually
usually unusually pleasant one. Those present
were Mrs. Leon Mason, Mrs. John
Good, Mrs. L. W. Ponder, Mrs. Weller
Carmichael, Mrs. G. C. Sheppard, Mrs.
Sam Leigh, Mrs. Frederick Hocker,
Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Mrs. J. G. Parrish,
Mrs. N. T. Mitchell, Miss Mary Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell and Miss Annie Benton Fuller.
FRADY'S HABEAS CORPUS
Miami, April 3. Postponement in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely of the habeas corpus hear hearing
ing hearing for release under bond of Edgar
Frady was ordered today.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Baseball Begins Today With Games
At Jacksonville, Lakeland And
Orlando, April 3. (By Associated
Press). The Florida State League,
the first organized baseball circuit to
pry the lid off this season, got under
way today with Daytona scheduled to
play at Jacksonville, Tampa at Lake
land and Orlando at St. Petersburg.
A split season has been provided with
a sixty-game schedule in each half, the
last half closing August 19th.
PRESSING THE CROWN OF
THORNS ON THE PUBLIC
Editor Star: I am surprised and
sorry to see Mr. Hocker advocating
Mr. Bryan. I am not surprised at
Mr. Harris, as he always had a lean leaning
ing leaning towards the theoretical. Some
beautiful ideas but unworkable. As
I remember, Mr. Hocker could not ac accept
cept accept Bryan's pet theory, 16 to 1. Mr.
Bryan first attracted special attention
by his "crown of thorns and cross of
gold" crown of thorns pressed upon
the brow of labor. Who pressed the
crown of thorns? When the Adamson
law was demanded by labor, saying if
"we stop transportation, no munitions,
men nor supplies of any kind can be
sent to France. And if you don't give
us this law of special privileges we
won't allow a wheel to turn, and Ger Germany
many Germany will have overrun France with within
in within two weeks."
Mr. Jewell said to the labor board
last week: "Profits, increase, dividends
in business must not be considered
until labor is well paid, and labor
must be well paid and have all of the
pleasures of the millionaire in luxu-
ries, art, literature, etc., etc., before
profits can be considered
Who is pressing the crown of
thorns? What man with capital to in invest
vest invest will put it in a business to be
run entirely for the benefit of labor?
Mr. Bryan's theory, "cross of gold,"
if we had had no men of capital,
would we have had a Lick Observa Observatory
tory Observatory in California? John D. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller has been cursed for accumulating
money. He worked early and late to
give the world better oil and reduced
the price. He did not work an eight eight-hour
hour eight-hour day. Now all over the world Mr.
Rockefeller's money is aiding the
sick, blind and the halt. Without a
Flagler would we have had an over oversea
sea oversea railroad, or the beautiful hotels
and oranges groves on our east coast?
Mr. Carnegie did not work an eight eight-hour
hour eight-hour day, but look at the buildings in
many small towns, built by Mr. Car Carnegie,
negie, Carnegie, that the laborer might have a
place to go and get books for enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and instruction. There are
many other instances where men of
wealth have used their money for the
benefit of humanity, as a whole.
The labor world, thru Jewell, Gomp Gomp-ers,
ers, Gomp-ers, etc., says "pay big wages that
labor may have luxuries, movies, fliv flivvers,
vers, flivvers, etc." Crown of gold! Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan has been a disquieting element all
of these years. He makes a nice
speech and I can listen to him for
hours and not get tired, but tomorrow
I will not know what he said in that
speech. He gives me nothing to take
home and study out. Several times in
his ambition to keep before the public
he led the democrats to defeat. He
went to Baltimore, as I understand it,
with positive instructions to vote for
Mr. Clark, but his great desire to
have another try for the presidency
made him fail to secure the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Mr. Clark. He was given a
position in Mr. Wilson's cabinet, but
neglected his duties as secretary of
state to go and lecture to make dol dollars
lars dollars for Mr. Bryan. The Germans
were told to quit some of their hellish
doings, and Mr. Bryan told the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, "We don't mean all we say."
We don't need theorists in the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, but business men not talkers,
but doers. I do not especially admire
Mr. Trammell, but much prefer him to
Mr. Bryan. We don't want men that
live in the clouds, advocating beauti beautiful
ful beautiful theories, but vp want mpn that
live on the earth, with the rest of us
common people. Mr. Bryan has cost
us too much already. His talk is "all
sound and no substance."
I agree with Mr. Hocker as to our
primary. I think it a curse and gives
us much inferior material out of
which we try to make law-makers
and law-executors. Let Mr. Bryan
preach and talk of brotherly love. He
can do that to perfection. I don't
know that it does much good. We
have had a great deal of brotherly
Claim That a Hundred Thousand Non Non-Union
Union Non-Union Men Have Joined
Indianapolis, April 3. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The first test of
strength in the coal strike came today,
the beginning of suspension of work
Saturday, the annual holiday among
the miners, having failed to determine
the exact effectiveness of the walk walkout.
out. walkout. At union headquarters here con confidence
fidence confidence was expressed that develop developments
ments developments would confirm the union esti estimate
mate estimate that 600,000 men, among them
100,000 non-union workers, had quit
IT DEPENDS ON OPERATORS
Washington, April 3. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press). Union coal miners
who suspended work Saturday were
declared today by John L. Lewis,
president of the United Mine Work Workers,
ers, Workers, desirous of ending suspension of
mining operations at the earliest pos possible
sible possible date but resumption of coal pro production
duction production depends upon the future atti attitude
tude attitude of the coal operators. Lewis
made this declaration before the
House labo rcommittee which is hold holding
ing holding hearings on the Bland resolution
to direct the appointment by the
president of a commission to investi investigate
gate investigate the coal industry.
GAP IS GROWING
Mississippi Boring Its Way Through
Helena, April 3. (By Associated
Press). Further caving of the levee
at Oldtown reported today is develop developing
ing developing another serious situation. Seventy-five
feet of the main levee adja adjacent
cent adjacent to the 175 feet previously re reported
ported reported fell into the river last night.
Workmen from here are being rushed
BIG FIRE AT PINE BLUFF
Pine Bluff, April 3. Fire today de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the main sawmill of the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas Short Leaf Lumber Company
here. The loss is estimated at a quar quarter
ter quarter of a million dollars.
THE TENT MEETINGS
Rev. A. B. Lipscomb, well-known
evangelist of the Church of Christ,
from Nashville, Tenn., is conducting j
meetings daily at 4 p m. and 8 p. m. I
The services are held in a tent at the j
, . and 36 feet wide, and will be made of
from the country churches in Marion t
..... (galvanized iron on a brick base. It
and adjoining counties, some having;. ...
. is being built right alongside the fur fur-come
come fur-come a distance of fifty miles. i i j .e
T ... ithest east switch track, and five cars
Mr. Lipscomb is an associate editor ; , .
... j j- can be loaded at its platforms. The
L r m,
South, and is a speaker of force and
ability. The meetings will continue
for several days. Seats are free and
it has been announced that no collec
tion will be taken. S. W. Colson and
M. L. Humphries of this city are co-
oneratim? with the visitine- evangelist
in the conduct of the revival.
Mr. W. M. Davidson continues to;
improve the appearance of the Union
Station Restaurant. He has a stone
shelf around the north and south sides
of the building on which are all vane-
ties of ferns and pot plants. On the
south side he has fenced in a plot and
planted roses of all kinds. At the en-
trance to this flower garden is a per-
gola over which vines will entwine
their tendrils as soon as they grow a
little taller. Mr. Davidson is untiring
in his efforts to make his restaurant
and its surroundings a beauty spot in
our city. Each step taken in this
direction, especially where it can be liver and stomach troubles see Dr.
seen from the trains, is a boost for j Kiplinger, Ocala House. 29-6t
j Always eat the best bread; the way
love talked to us with;"n the last two to get it is to ALWAYS ask for Car Car-thousand
thousand Car-thousand yers. We had a perfect ex- -ter's Butternut Bread. 25-tf
ample given us and have been told
about and urged to follow that ex
ample, all of these years. And we do
I ,ove our brothers, don't we ? I fear
Mr. Hocker has a dislike for Mr.
Trammell just a little stronger than
his love for Mr.
Bryan. And we
; should love our enemies?
: &- jaitskiIL
Mcintosh, April 3.
; SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
! Largest and best assortment ever
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
1 & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
East Coast Officials and East Coast
Railway Realize Liquor War
Is On In Earnest
Miami, April 3. (By Associated
Press). Co-operation with the gov government's
ernment's government's prohibition authorities in
the effort to stop transportation of
liquor, promised by officials of the
Honda East Coast Railroad, operat operat-in
in operat-in gthe only railroad into Miami, was
described by Col. Nutt as one of the
chief boozeports, according to a state statement
ment statement today issued by the prohibition
STATE LAW IS STRINGENT
Colonel Nutt in a statement today
declared Sheriff Allen and Solicitor
l ine, of Dade county, had offered the
fullest co-operation against bootleg
gers and arrangements have been
made to prosecute all cases hereafter
under the state code in the county
court. Col. Nutt declared the Florida
liquor law "one of the most stringent
in the country."
Two Brave Young Aviators Crushed
And Burned to Death
Houston, Tex., April 3. (By the
Associated Press). Two airplanes
irom JL,rirngton j?iem crasned near
South Houston this morning and came
down in flames. Both pilots were
killed. Major Simmons, one pilot, was
burned to' death. Lieut. Fitzpatrick,
the other pilot, died a few minutes
atfer the accident.
DUVAL COUNTY KICKS
AGAINST MR. DAWSON
Jacksonville, April 3. The Duval
county commissioners today, adopted
a resolution protesting against the
order of Marion Dawson, state tax
equalizer, to increase the Duval as assessment
sessment assessment 15 per cent. Chairman Clark
said he would fight the order in the
Tax Assessor Colbert of this county
has received orders from Dawson to
add nine hundred thousand dollars to
Marion's valuation, but he says Mr.
Dawson will have to show him.
Ray & Thomson are hard at work,
VinilHintr in tha nntnwn A C. T. itor1
i a big packrnghouse for H. W. Tucker.
( The structure wiU De 203 feet long
biding is being rushed to completion
j for the shipping of Mr. Tucker's big
j Jude Futeh Saturday showed 1
Star "porter a document that is con
siderably out of the common run of
I his business. It related to settling
the estate of Edward Olson, who died
at Lake Weir about a year ago. The
. document was drawn up here and
j setn to Norway to be signed by 01-
son's father, and witnessed by a mag
; istrate of that country. The title of
j the magistrate is "Sorenskrivenbede
: and now the judge and lawyers inter
1 ested need a Norwegian to tell them
what that title means
! This is Religious Book Week. We
; are prepared to supply your needs in
j this line. The Book Shop. 3-3t
j For high blood pressure, heart,
1 One lot Crossett Men's Brogue Ox-
j for(jg $5.00
Guarantee Clothing &
M. B. O. D. 1-tf
shoe Co., Y
! Supper will be served Saturday eve-
j ninff from 6 to 8 in the basement of
',the Methodist church by Circle No. 1
j of the missionary society. Service
will be a la carte, rnces reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. 31-2t
Try the U-SERVE way one month
and you will be as enthusiastic as we
are. Yon cant beat it. 31-2t
Captured and Searched the Peaceable
Envoys of the Free State
Dublin, April 3. (By Associated
Press). A meeting addressed by Mi Michael
chael Michael Collins of Castlebar, County
Mayo, last night was stopped by
members of the Fourth Western Di
vision of the Irish republican army
after stormy scenes in which one
woman was wounded by a bullet, ac
cording to accounts reaching Dublin.
The chief of the provisional govern
ment and his party returned to their
hotel and the officer who had pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed the meeting at an end follow
ed, declaring none would be allowed
to leave until Mr. Collins and his
friends had surrendered therr arms.
Ihe accounts received here do not
state whether Collins and his party
were disarmed, merely saying "some
people who left the hotel were
MORE TROUBLE EXPECTED
Mullinger, Ireland, April 3. An in incident
cident incident from which sensational de developments
velopments developments are expected occurred to today
day today when one hundred Free State
troops marched to the gates of the
barracks occupied by the Irish repub republican
lican republican army adherents of Eamon de
Valera and were refused admission.
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
(M. M. M.)
The Ocala Woman's Club spent a
very busy afternoon last Saturday. A
great deal of important business was
transacted, reports of the various
chairmen and officers were heard and
the annual election of officers took
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. L. W. Duval.
Vice President, Mrs. B. F. Condon.
Second Vice President, Mrs. J. W.
Recording Secretary, Mrs. Grider
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. 0.
Treasurer, Mrs. P. J. Theus.
Auditor, Mrs. H. W. Tucker.
Press Manager, Mrs. G. killings.
The question of changing the day
for the club meeting was voted upon
and by a large majority it was decided
to continue Saturday as club day.
Mrs. Perdue called the attention of
the club to the fact that April is hu humane
mane humane month to animals and asked that
everyone bear this in mind.
Under the chairmanship of Mrs. A.
E. Gerig, music chairman for April,
two very delightful musical numbers
were enjoyed, a piano solo by a little
miss and a song, "The Lass With the
Delicate Air," sung by Miss Musie
Bullock with Mrs. S. Bland Ware at
At the close of the business session,
delicious refreshments were served
by the hostesses of the day, Mrs. L.
W. Duva., Mrs. R. G. Perkins and Mrs.
H. M. Hampton.
A wedding of interest to Ocala peo people
ple people which took place in New York city
today with a former popular Ocala
girl as one of the high contracting
parties was that of Miss Bennie Ethel
Seymour to Mr. Stuart Maxwell Stan Stanley
ley Stanley of California.
Miss Seymour is the youngest
daughter of Mr. B. H. Seymour of
Jacksonville. She was born and rais raised
ed raised in Ocala and has numbers of
friends here who will wish for her ev every
ery every happiness. For the past five years
she has made her home in New York,
holding a responsible position with
a large publishing house.
Mr. Stanley is a successful busi
ness man, connected with the adver
tising business in New York, and dur
ing the war served his country as an
ensign in the navy. The friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley hope that at no
distant date they will have the pleas
ure of meeting Mr. Stanley. Immed
iately after the ceremony the couple
will go to Buffalo to spend their hon
eymoon. After their return they will
be at home to their fnend3 on Long
Mrs. John McCabe and little daugh
ter, who have been visiting Mrs. Sam
Leigh for the past ten days, have re returned
turned returned to their home in Tampa.
THE HOME STORE Invites you to
call to see what we can offer you.
3. E. Frampton, 1109 "E. 5th St,
Ocala, Fla. 4-3-t
In the Opinion of Representative
Moore of Virginia is a Recent
Washington, April 3. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). An investigation by a
special House committee to determine
whether dismissal by President Hard Harding
ing Harding last Friday of certain officials of
the -bureau of printing and engraving
was justified is proposed in a resolu resolution
tion resolution introduced today by Representa Representative
tive Representative Moore, democrat, of Virginia.
The resolution also seeks to have it
determined whether the "facts indi indicate
cate indicate the order may be regarded as a
step in the direction of a return to
the discredited spoils system.
SHUTTING OFF THE SEED
The agricultural appropriation bill
without the item of $360,000 for free
seed was reported today to the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. DECREASING THE DEBT
A decrease of $334,000,000 in
public debt during March was
nounced today by the treasury.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE MEET MEETING
ING MEETING IN ATLANTA
The Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission will move toward its announced
revision of class freight rates in the
southeastern territory by holding a
preliminary hearing in Atlanta May
22nd, it was announced today.
GETTING TOO CLOSE
An unsuccessful attempt was made
toaay to rob the Merchants Bank and
Trust Company, one block from -the
United States Treasury. One arrest
BENZLNE BUGGY WAS
FULL OF BOOZE
Deputy Sheriffs Gordon and Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, one day last week, smelt booze,
and following the odor found in one
of our local garages a Buick roadster
in which were forty quarts of joy
water. The car belonged to T. F.
Johnson of Orlando, who the officers
soon rounded up. Johnson will have
a hearing soon, meantime he is out on
$1000 bond. We doubt that there is
a county in Florida where the officers
are more vigilant than in Marion.
NOTICE, B. AND P. W. CLUB
' The regular meeting of the Busi Business
ness Business and Professional Woman's Club,
which was to have been hold tomorrow
night, has been postponed until Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night week, April 11. At that
time Mr. E. 1L Martin will lecture
before the club on the subject, "The
City Charter." The public is cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to attend this lecture which
is of much interest at this time.
HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE AT HOPE
Texarkana, April 3. Hope, Arlc,
was visited by a half million dollar
fire today. The Alice theater, said to
be the most magnificent in the south southwest
west southwest and valued at $400,000, was de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Other buildings valued at
$100,000 were also destroyed.
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
night. Regular dinner served from
3. Up-to-date dining room in
Fresh vegetables daily.
JOHN METRIE, Prop.
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. Phone 562.
3-30-tf L. A. Wilcox & Son
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
Circle A of the Woman's Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Society of the Baptist church will
meet tomorrow afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. P. Huckaby, 214 Orange
avenue, at 3:30 o'clock. All member
are urged to attend.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1922
Ocala Evening Slar
FvklUbed Ertrjr Day Except tumdrnj fcj
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
is a man the Star has great confidence j efforts of some of our politicians, fi fi-in
in fi-in and delights to honor. Neverthe- j nanciers and business men to induce
less, it thinks the people of the Sec- j him to enter upon a contest
H. J. Blttiuger, Prealdeat
H. I. Leares, Ylce-Prealdcst
ond Congressional District will show
bad judgment if they put him in
Frank Clark's place. When Colonel
Davis gave up his chance for a re
-election to Congress in 1904, in order
to run for governor, he was the peer
P. V. Lvesod, Seret.ry-Trewer:of any man the House of Represen Represen-J.
J. Represen-J. H. Beajaiata, Editor a tt u ;
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postofflc as
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Itatives, and Frank Clark is the peer
of any man there now. To replace
Mr. Clark with Mr. Davis would be
about as wise as to replace in the line
of battle a soldier of the world war,
familiar with all the tricks of that
terrible struggle, with a veteran of
the Spanish-American war, equally
brave but knowing only how to keep
his place in line and sight his Krag.
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Bryan naturally prefers elocution
There are several things that we
all favor the government doing to
April 27 will be the 100th annivers
ary of the birth of Gen. U. S. Grant,
and it will be extensively celebrated
If George Goolsby would call his ex
cellent paper the Wauchula Advocate
instead of the Florida Advocate, it
would be almost perfect.
The Gainesville Sun says Col. Robt.
W. Davis was democratic candidate
for governor in 1888. The Sun should
eat a few dates. Francis P, Fleming
was the democratic nominee in 1888,
and was elected.
Florida newspapers generally seem
discontented with the result of the
trial of the wiretappers at Fort Lau
derdale. They were let off with fines,
and the concensus of opinion is that
they should have been sent to the pen
The railroad commission has not
yet announced any decision in regard
to the trains the Atlantic Coast Line
wants to retire from service. We shal
be much surprised if the commission
announces any decision before the pri
All the registration offices in the
country precincts closed Saturday,
ine county registration office in
Ocala, Supervisor Barco in charge
will remain open until Saturday, Apri
28, during which time any person in
Marion county may come to Ocala to
At Miami, Charles Veber, white, ac accused
cused accused of the murder of Jack Tigertail
the Seminole, has been found guilty
with a recommendation to mercy. If
the Indian had killed the white man,
the recommendation would not have
Calling attention to a specific con constitutional
stitutional constitutional provision that would pre preclude
clude preclude the candidacy of William Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Bryan for the United States
Senate at the coming election, and cit
ing the very possible serious results
if Mr. Bryan should make the race,
win the election and precipitate a
contest in the United States Senate
itself, George P. Raney, chairman of
the state democratic executive com
mittee, and son of the late Justice
George P. Raney, in a communication
to the Tribune, quoting the article and
section of the state constitution, de
plores the activity of those who desire
to bring Mr. Bryan into the race. The
letter from Raney follows:
"Tampa, Fla., March 31, 1922.
"Editor Tribune: The present dis
cussion as to whether or not Mr. W.
Bryan should become a candidate
for the democratic nomination for the
United States senatorship from Flor Florida
ida Florida in the approaching primary elec
tion makes it very pertinent to bear
in mind the provisions of Section 20,
of Article 16, of the Constitution of
the state of Florida, which reads as
'The governor and every state offi
cial are hereby prohibited from giv giving
ing giving certificates of election or other
credentials to any person as having
been elected to the House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives of the United States Congress,
or the United States Senate, who has
not been five years a citizen of the
state and ten years a citizen of the
United States and a qualified voter.'
"It is not even claimed that Mr.
Bryan has been a citizen of the state
of Florida for five years. Doubtless
the same sound judgment and sense
of propriety which prompted the
framers of the constitution of Florida
to place this provision in the consti
tution of our state actuated Mr. Bryan
in his speech on Washington's birth
day before the state democratic ex executive
ecutive executive committee, at Jacksonville, to
make the unqualified assertion that
" 'I have told you and will tell you
again whenever necessary that I will
not go out and make a contest for any
"It was apparent to his hearers that
this statement was made by Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan in perfect sincerity and reflected
his deliberate and considered judg judgment.
ment. judgment. While it may be that there are
some advocates of Mr. Bryan's can candidacy
didacy candidacy so ardent as to lead them to
the contention that the constitution of
the state of Florida is 'unconstitution 'unconstitutional'
al' 'unconstitutional' and to reply that the constitution
of the United States provides that
'each house shall be the judge of the
elections, returns and qualifications of
its members,' nevertheless it must be
also borne in mind that a republican
Senate would in all probability be the
judge in the case of a contest between
Mr. Bryan and the republican candi candidate
date candidate from Florida in the general elec election;
tion; election; and we know from past experi experience
ence experience and observation what may be ex expected
pected expected in the event of such a contest.
From the standpoint of the democrat democratic
ic democratic party it appears to me that there is
much more wisdom in the words of
Mr. Bryan above quoted than in the
might lead to the unhappy result
above indicated. Geo. P. Raney."
Tampa Tribune, March 31.
In an article printed about three
weeks ago, the Star set forth the same
objections to Bryan's candidacy that
are made by Mr. Raney, and in not
very far from the same lnguage.
George Raney is a first-class law
yer, a staunch democrat ana an up
right and fearless man. A few years
ago, the democrats of the state disre
garded his advice, and the result
was Catts. -And Catts at least wait waited
ed waited until he was eligible before he an announced
nounced announced himself a candidate.
If Bryan becomes a candidate he
will break the law he will do what
Southern democrats have for scores
of years denounced as the worst of
political crimes set aside a state con
stitution and all who ask him to be become
come become a candidate will share in his de
The Jacksonville Times-Union does
not know Miami. It imagines that
Miami would not vote the honor of
the state capital upon any Florida
town but Miami. In this the good
T.-U. shows its dense ignorance of
Miami's intelligence. Miami wouldn't
have the state capital as a gift. It
knows what Florida legislatures
are! Miami Metropolis.
We surely would hate to have the
legislature meeting in Miami while
Bimini is doing business.
On account of not having been a res
ident of the state of Florida for five
years, our esteemed friend, the Hon
William Jennings Bryan is not quali
fied to enter the race for the United
States Senate against Senator Park
Trammell. A provision in the state
constitution nips the aspirations of
Mr. Bryan's friends in the bud.
A number of Mr. Bryan's friends
say tne state constitution means
nothing to them.
It rather amuses us to read Charlie
Jones' "Observer." In days gone by,
when we wrote to suit Charlie, we
were a patriot, a scholar and a talent talented
ed talented journalist. Now we are not doing
to suit Charlie and he says we are a
monkey, an ignoramus and several
other things uncomplimentary. Poor
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(Evening Star April 2, 1902)
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CHAPTER L Harriet Field, twenty twenty-elffht
elffht twenty-elffht years old and beautiful, la the so social
cial social secretary of the flirtatious Mrs. Isa Isabella
bella Isabella Carter, at "Crownlanda," Richard
Carter's home, and governess of 17-year-old
Nina Carter. Ward, twenty-four years
old and Impressionable, fancies himself la
love with his mother's attractive secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mrs. Carter's latest "affair" la
with young- Anthony Pope, and the youth
is taking- it very seriously.
CHAPTER II. Presiding orer tins tea teacups
cups teacups this summer afternoon, Harriet to
profoundly disturbed by the arrival of a
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 the unsophisticated girt.
CHAPTER IIL Harriet's agitation
over the appearance of Blondln at
"CrownlamJa" is explained by the taet
that be had been a disturbing element in
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 "catoh, and urges
her to aid him. She is In a sense in als
power, and after pleading; with htm to
abandon his scheme agrees to follow a
policy of neutrality.
CHAPTER IV. Harriet visits her mar married
ried married sister, Linda Davenport, with whom
she had had her home during her unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate acquaintance with Blondln, and
tells her of his reappearance. The two
women, realising- the unscrupulous nature
of the man, view the future with appre apprehension.
hension. apprehension. CHAPTER V. Knowing- the tender
feeling she has Inspired In Ward Carter,
Harriet Is tempted to marry him for the
position and wealth he can give 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 ence. She procras procrastinates.
tinates. procrastinates. CHAPTER VI. Angered 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
with him on his yacht, and 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
CHAPTER VII. Ward Carter again
urges Harriet to marry him, but she can cannot
not cannot bring herself to an alliance with him
merely for the sake of self-advancement,
and refuses. The fact of Mrs. Carter's
elopement becomes public Harriet's ca capable
pable capable managing hand Is more than ever
needed at "Crownlanda," and despite the
complications she foresees as Inevitable
she decides to remain.
CHAPTER Vm. Blondln puts pressure
on Harriet to forward his marriag-e with
Nina, but she makes up her mind to
defy him. Richard Carter questions her
concerning her knowledge ef Blondln's
intentions, and she counsels active oppo opposition
sition opposition to the match. The- family, with
Harriet, move to a summer establishment
on Long; Island.
belle, that she ha3 never worn. It ;
was a flowered silk of mull, of a s.-ft
deep blue that was exactly the cor-r
of Harriet's eyes, and at the thr..nf
and wrists It had frills of transparent 1
lace. The soft ruffles that made th I
skirt were cunningly edged with black.
and there was a great open pink rose
at the belt.
Harriet put on this enchanting gar- ;
ment, and as she did so she felt some
half-forgotten power rise strong with- ;
La her. There was one trump In her
hand that she had never thought to
play In a game with Nina Carter, but
she was glad to find it now.
At half-past two o'clock the car was
at the side door, and Nina and Amy 1
came downstairs with their wraps,
and Saunders and Ward ran about 1
laughing and confusing things. Blon-
din watched the performance lazily
from a basket chair on the porch, but
him than marry him she said.
Richard sat genuinely dumfounded.
Her beauty, her assurance, and the
cleverness with which she had man managed
aged managed that Blondin's allegiance should
be temporarily shifted from his own
dantrhter, held him mute. It was with
the charm of watching perfect acting
that he followed this extremely amus amusing
ing amusing and unexpected woman.
"I confess that T am glad to hear
it!" he said, dryly.
"Nina is very angry at me, Harriet
paid. "Well, I have to stand that!"
Ani she gave Nina's father a whim whimsical
sical whimsical and friendly look.
"But what then?" Richard asked.
Harriet Immediately became serious
"But this." she said, "you know your
mother is right. You're all too kind
to me; I am really a member of the
family. I love It. I love to dress for
when Nina called him a half-laughing, I dinner, and order the car, and charge
"When Mr. Carter is dissatisfied
with me, Madame Carter, I shall of
course consider myself dlsmiesed.
But until that time I am very glad to
make his own house comfortable for
The hard, angry, color of old age
had been rising In Madame Carter's
face during this speech, and now she
was quite obviously enraged.
"You are hardly In a position te
dictate to me In this matter !" she said,
shaking. Harriet watched her gravely
as she rose from her chair, made a
few restless turns about the room,
opened and shut bureau drawers,
dropped and plucked up handker handkerchiefs
chiefs handkerchiefs and newspapers. In a dead si silence
lence silence the girl asked:
"Was that all?"
A sort of sniff was the answer. Har Harriet
riet Harriet sighed as she entered her own
suite to find Nina and Amy compla complacently
cently complacently dressing themselves for the
"We're going to Easthampton, Miss
Harriet ; Granny said It was all right,"
Nina said, in great spirits. "I know
you won't feel hurt, because the car
simply won't accommodate more than
five, and it's too long a run to sit on
"But, dearie child," Harriet said, in
her friendliest manner, "I don't be believe
lieve believe you had better do that! You're
all pretty young, in case anything oc occurred
A mutlpous line marked Nina's ba babyish
byish babyish mouth. She would not yiold to
any nursery control lefore Amy
"Anyway, I'm going!" she muttered,
lacing her high white buckskin shoes,
with some shortening of breath.
"Granny says a girl's brother
Harriet paid no further attention to
them, and the two developed a splen splendid
did splendid case for themselves. But she went
down to find Ward, and took him par partially
tially partially into her confidence. Would he
please be a darling, and see that there
was no nonsense? She could not well
cross his grandmother and Nina with without
out without his father to back her. Would he
promise her that they would be home
by ten o'clock, at latest.
Somewhat comforted by Ward's af affectionate
fectionate affectionate loyalty, Harriet went up to
dress for the one o'clock luncheon, and
while she was dressing a new Idea
came to her. For a few minutes she
shook her head, stood thinking, with
a face of distaste.
I could do that!" she said aloud.
And, she picked up the gingham dress
that she had laid on the bed.
But there was a prettier dress in
Harriet's wardrobe, a sift from Isa-
half-daring, "We're ready, Mr. Blon
din!" he sauntered down to the car
with his pleasantest expression, but
with the regretful statement that he
was not going : a vicious headache had
developed since luncheon.
Whatever the effect on Amy and the
young men, to Nina this was a stag staggering
gering staggering blow. She had triumphed all
through luncheon, had laughed and
chattered, had made Ward telephone
a dinner reservation for five, and had
assumed a hundred coquettish airs.
Now all this crumpled, faded away,
and Harriet knew, as she stood be beside
side beside the car looking down at the folded
light rug on her arm, that she was
ready to cry.
"No, you'll have a far nicer time
without me," said Royal, throwing
away his cigarette, and resting one
arm on the car. "I wouldn't interfere,
because I knew you'd all give It up!
You Just all have a perfectly wonder wonderful
ful wonderful time, and Til be down next week weekend
end weekend and hear about it!"
Nina stood irresolute; too choked
with sudden disappointment to risk
her voice. It was all hateful, madden maddening,
ing, maddening, horrible! Those two boys and
Amy ah, there would be no "fun"
now! She loathed Amy, getting in so
briskly, and saying, "Come on, Nina!"
She hated Ward, she wished that they
were all dead, and herself, too.
The storm came at Good Ground,
and they all had to scramble with cur curtains,
tains, curtains, "smelly" curtains, Nina called
them. And the dinner was eaten In
warm, sticky half-darkness on a hotel
porch, with horrible music making a
horrible racket, according to the same
authority. Saunders and Amy held
hands all the way home, too, and Nina
thought it was disgusting; everyone
was too tired to talk, they bounced
along silently and crossly.
And upon getting home, Miss Har Harriet
riet Harriet came out of the shadows on the
porch, looking perfectly exquisite in
her new gown, sweetly Interested and
cheerful. She said that she was so
sorry the dinner was poor, they had
had such a nice dinner at home, and
that she had had a talk with their
father, and they were to go back to
Orownlands next week. Nina did not
see Blondln; for the first time in her
life she cried herself to sleep.
Harriet had assuredly triumphed,
but it was on terms that for more
than one reason did not entirely
please her. Richard, finding the
pretty secretary prettier than ever in
her blue gown, and warmed by a re relaxed
laxed relaxed day at the club and a mood of 1
friendliness, had specifically instruct-
ed her that she was to dine with the
family on all occasions, and to dress
as the others did, and to regard her herself
self herself as "a member of the family." And
this, Harriet was quick to realize,
placed her in a peculiar position, made
difficult by Richard's kindly cham championing
pioning championing no less than his mother's hos hostility,
tility, hostility, by the adoring sympathy of the
servants, and the affectionate famil familiarities
iarities familiarities of the Carter children. Rich Richard's
ard's Richard's friends took their cue from him.
as was natural, and In the first early
winter dinner parties at Crownlands
Harriet could not but sparkle and
lead; she had reached her own level
A sense of well-being and happiness
began to envelop Richard Carter for
the first time in many years. He was
conscious of a desire to express his
appreciation to Miss Field. It was
natural that this should take the form
ef money ; a little present, In the form
of a check. She had a sister who was
not rich; she would like to go home
with laden hands. But the question
was, how much?
He was musing over this very point
and other matters of deeper moment
one morning when Harriet herself
came in. She returned his smile with
her usual bright nod, but he thought
she looked pale and troubled.
"Mr. Carter," she said, bravely going
to the point, "do you think Nina is
able, with your mother's help, to man manage
age manage your house?"
Richard looked at her silently for
perhaps two minutes. Then he said,
-Mr. Blondln, eh?"
The girl looked bewildered.
"My mother has given me a hint, in indeed
deed indeed Pre seen, that he would want to
take you away from us !" Richard said.
Harriet, without any show of emo emotion,
tion, emotion, looked down, and was silent in
her turn. But it was not, he saw with
sui prise, the silence of confusion. On
the contrary, she seemed simply a
little thoughtful and puzzled.
"Mr. Carter," she said presently, "I
have reason to believe that Mr. Blon Blondln
dln Blondln would be a very bad husband for
Nina. I had no scruple in In divert diverting
ing diverting his thoughts. But if he was the
only man In the world" and to his
surprise, she slowly got to her feet,
and spoke as If to herself, her eyes
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not possible. You see that?"
' Richard was quietly looking down.
. Now he made several oarallel lines
with a pencil before he looked up. I
"No. I don't see that !" j
; "Mary Mrs. Putnam, for Instance, J
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They want to ask me to dinner to
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She stood up and turned her back
, o.i hiiu proudly, and he knew that she
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you do not have to buy
costly tin cans.
Royal Scarlet Sardines
Small Blue Karo Syrup lie
Large Blue Karo Syrup 25c
Small Red Karo Syrup 12Kc
Large Red Karo Syrup 35c
Log Cabin Syrup, 30c, 60c and $1.20
Wesson's Oil, pint 28c
Wesson's Oil, quart 55c
Baby Cream, tin Bess 05c
Tall Cream, tin Bess 10c
Rumford Baking Powder 16c
Rumford Baking Powder. 28c
Calumet Baking Powder 25c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes 09c
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg 15c
Cream of Wheat. 25c
Quaker-Rolled Oats 12c
Lighthouse Washing Powder
package.- -- 04c
Octagon Soap, large 06c
J. E. M. Flour, the highest
grade flour we have ever
sold, 12-pound bag 75c
J. E. M. Flour, 24-pound bag.. L50
Small Bread, loaf 08c
Large Bread, loaf 12c
Uneeda Biscuit.. 06c
Uneeda Lunch Biscuit 06 c
All 8c Cakes and Crackers.. 06c
All 15c Cakes and Crackers.. 12
CX K. TEAPOT GROCERY
AM A Ml
OCAIX EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 5. 1922
Tailored at fashion park
Most complete line of men's cloth clothing
ing clothing on the market today. Every gar garment
ment garment sold with a guarantee. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company, Y
M. B. O. D. 1-tf
5. The better you care for
your eyes the better
t ae: yur eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
( RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
26c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. AH accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 20 acres;
,well improved; good buildings, good
woven wire fence; good well; young
peach orchard; soms crops; on mail
rotue; four corners; 2V& miles west
of Summerfield. Cheap for cash.
Address J. D. LeMay, Box 17, Route
A, or see J. D. LeMay, care Alex
Pender, north end Main street,
Ocala, after six o'clock in the eve evening.
ning. evening. 4-3-6t
FOR SALE Baby go-cart in best of
condition. Phone 290. 3-3t
FOR RENT An unusually attractive
furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
P. G. Murphy, 733 East Adams St.,
or P. O. Box 216. 4-3-6t
FOR RENT Two large front rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, also board
if desired. Apply 719 Fourth St.,
HEMSTITCHING Threat furnished,
8c yard; knife pleating 6 in.
wide, 7 Vic Orders filled same day.
References given. Mrs. W. F.
Barnes, Donaldson, Tenn. l-3t
FOR RENT Five room furnished
house. Apply to Mrs. E. C. Bennett,
at Temple theater. l-3t
LOST Yesterday afternoon a gold
pencil with Juliette engraved on it
Finder please return to the Star
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 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 30-tf
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 easy 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 SALE 20 acres, well improved,
good woven wire fences, good well,
young peach orchard, some crops,
on mail route, four corners, cheap
for cash; 2 miles west of Sum Summerfield.
merfield. Summerfield. J. D. LeMay, Route A,
Box 17. Good buildings. Come and
see the property. 27-6t
FOR SALE Nine room house, con
veniently located, good condition,;
$3800; cash consideration only. Fort
particulars address P. O. Box 291,1
Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
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
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern government
ment government inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
$1.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato plants, $1.25 per 1000, f. o.
b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner, 76 Wyo-I
mina St., Ocala. Phone 389. 20-tf
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-'
lishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf i
HAS RAISED A KEY
Because it's made in the
most careful and scientific
manner from absolutely
pure materials that remain
pure in the baking and in insure
sure insure wholesome, healthful
Because it possesses the
greatest leavening power.
Because it is not affect affected
ed affected by time or weather it
never loses its strength
and never fails.
Because it is more eco economical
nomical economical you save when
you buy it and you save
when you use it
These are a few of the
reasons why Calumet is
the standard baking pow powderthe
derthe powderthe choice of millions
more being sold than
of any other brand.
Try it always buy it
Your grocer can supply
V Contents ilb
A pound can of Calumet contains frill
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want it.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS
Notice is hereby given that until 2
o'clock p. im. on the
18th day of April, 1922
at the office of the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction of Marion county, Florida, In
the Marion county court house in
Ocala, Florida, said board will receive
sealed bids for the purchase of one or
more of Ten Thousand Dollars
($10,000.00) of bonds of Anthony Spe Special
cial Special Tax School District No. 35 of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, bearing seven (7)
per cent, interest from their date, In Interest
terest Interest payable semi-annually, all of
said bonds being dated January 1st,
1922, of which bonds Five Thousand
Dollars thereof mature ten years from
their date and Five Thousand Dollars
thereof mature twenty years from their
date, both principal and interest of
said bonds to be due and payable at
the county depository of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, or wherever the Board or
Public Instruction of Marion county,
Florida, may designate at the time of
the issuance of said .bonds.
Said bonds have been validated by
decree of the Circuit Court of Marion
county. Florida, and the successful bid bidder
der bidder will be furnished with the opinion
of Chester B. Masslich, of New York
City, approving their validity.
A certified check payable to the order
of the Board of Public Instruction for
the county of Marion, state of Florida,
in the amount of one per cent or tne
amount bid must accompany each bid.
as a guaranty that the bidder will com comply
ply comply with the terms thereof. The board
reserves the right to reject any and all
blDone by order of said board, this
March 15th, 1922. H. G. SHEALY,
Secretary of Said Board and Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Public Instruction for
Said County. 3-17-5t
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ocala, Fla., March 24, 1922.
Sealed proposals for improving or
constructing the following section of
road will be received by the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, at the office of the clerk
of Marion county, in Ocala, Fla., up to
12 o'clock m., on the 11th day of
For approximately 140,000 square
yards of surfacing on a section of
Road No. 2 in Marion county, Florida,
between Belleview and Lake county
line, approximately 15 miles.
Alternate bids will be received on
bituminous macadam, bituminous con concrete
crete concrete and sheet asphalt, laid on either
concrete or crushed stone base, also
on nlain cement concrete pavement.
Plans and specifications may be ob obtained
tained obtained on application to the State
Road Department, at Tallahassee,
Florida, for the sum of three ($3.00)
dollars, or may be examined at the
office of the State Road Department,
at Tallahassee, Florida, or at the of office
fice office of the division engineer, Ocala,
Florida, or at the office of the clerk of
Marion county, Ocala, Florida.
A certified check or a bidder's bond,
executed by a bonding company au authorized
thorized authorized to do business in the state of
Florida, made payable to the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Board of County Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners of Marion county, in the sum
of fifteen thousand ($15,000.00) dol dollars,
lars, dollars, shall be submitted with each pro proposal.
posal. proposal. The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids, and also to select the
type of surface from among the alter alternate
nate alternate bids as above requested.
R. B. Meffert.
Chairman Board of County Com Commissioners.
missioners. Commissioners. Mch 27-Apr 3-10 i
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Miss Madeline Wiliams of Pitts Pittsburg
burg Pittsburg is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
V isit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Resolve to begin saving on the first
of the month. The U-SERVE ad. will
show you how. 31-2t
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
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters went
to Jacksonville this afternoon. They
expect to return to Ocala tomorrow
Bradley Bathing Suits for men,
women and children. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. It
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
ONE CENT SALE at Gerig's Drug
Store Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Come early and secure the rare bar bargains
gains bargains offered. It
Mrs. Stephen Jewett and two chil children
dren children of Savannah are spending a
short while in Ocala, guests of Mrs.
Jewett 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
GO-SAFE MAILING BOXES. No
string, no wrapping required. At The
Book Shop. 3-3t
Mrs. H. S. McAteer has left on an
extended visit to her brother, Mr.
Royal Cole, in Los Angeles, Calif.
While away her children will stay
with their grandmother in Leesburg.
Some new and attractive CHINA at
The Book Shop. 3-3t
Tennis Shoes for men, women and
children. H. A. Waterman, The Hab
Newest novelties m ladies' street
and theatrical footwear in all sizes
and widths. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Company, Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Rev. R. F. Brennan is the proud
possessor of a new Dodge touring
car purchased from Mack Taylor.
Pev. Brennan accompanied by Mr,
Cscil Clark left this morning for a
short outing at Daytona Beach.
The Book Shop is displaying some
new ICED TEA SETS. 3-3t
All wool heavy weight white fianne
trousers, $7.50 and $8. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe C. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Mrs. Fred Robinson and Miss Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Robinson returned today from
Jacksonville, where they met Mrs.
Robinson's daughter, Mrs. R. S. Goux
iind little son, of Datroit, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied them to Ocala for a short visit.
EASTER CARDS m profusion at
the Gift Shop. 3-3t
Mr. R. P. Bellinger of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, who has been visiting friends in
Ocala for several days, left this morn morning
ing morning for home. He was accompanied
as far as Palatka on the Oklawaha
river trip by Mrs. Ed Carmichael rnd
Miss Maude Keeffe.
Born to Mr. and M. T. M. Lang Lang-ford
ford Lang-ford of Jacksonvil, a son. March 31.
Mrs. Langford well known in
Ocala as Miss A-iee Menta and the j
new arrival in the family is the
eighth great-grand child of Mr. and,
Mrs. R. E. Yonc? of this city, aiid
has been given the name of T. M.
Messrs. Robert Whec'tr, Ted and
Mike Rogers arrived in 0;ala Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon and are th; guests of
Mr. Wheeler's punt. Mis. Gc-rge K.
Williams. Th? two former young men
left Denver, Ohio, about five weeks
ngo, making the trip in a Fcrd and
enjoying camping out on the way.
They cam? ;.- the vy of New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. In J icksonv.Me they were
joined by Mi Mike Ror rs. After a
short stay they will t .ntinut ths;r
trip through South Florida before i .--turning
Mrs. Homer Oliver of Apalachicola,
arrived in Ocala yesterday and will be
ruest? for a few days of Mrs. R. A.
Burford. Mrs. Oliver, formerly Miss
Martha Kate Rentz. is alwsys a pop popular
ular popular visitor in Ocala, where she lived
fa ra numebr of years and has a
large circle of friends.
Don't ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youH get the best made. 21-tf
OF WOODMEN CIRCLE
Regular meeting of Poinsettia
Grove No. 228, Woodmen Circle, will
be held Tuesday, April 4, at 7:45 p.
. All members are urged to be
present and visitors are cordially in-
ited. Rylla B. Adams, Clerk.
Mrs. Elaine G. Eastman and two
daughters, Misses Margaret and Flor Florence
ence Florence Eastman, who have spent the
winter in Ocala at the home of Mrs.
T. E. Bridges, left Saturday for their
home in New Jersey. They took the
Oklawaha river trip and will spend a
few days in St. Augustine before con continuing
tinuing continuing their journey. Miss Eastman
held the position of physical instruc
tor in the Ocala school this winter
and her work was unusually satisfac
tory. Mrs. Eastman has a summer
camp in New Hampshire, near Keene,
which they will open the 12th of June
and to make preparations for that
they are leaving early. During their
stay here they made many friends
who hope they will return next winter.
See Custer's auto glare dimmers at
Smith the Jeweler's. 3-lt
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
l a beauty you will like it. tf
Ladies' and men's bathing suits rn
novelty weaves, all wool. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stiles of Jack
sonville arrived in Ocala today and
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Thomas. Mr. Stiles expects to be in
Williston attending to business for a
few days and while he is there Mrs.
Stiles will remain in Ocala.
Mr. Louis P. Wilson arrived from
Barnwell, S. C, this afternoon, and
will at once take his place in the Mun-
roe & Chambliss National Bank. His
family will leave Barnwell for Ocala
as soon as school is over. Mr. Wilson
is indeed welcome in Ocala.
The Reddick Knights of Pythias
will give a fine supper for the benefit
of their new lodge hall tomorrow eve evening.
ning. evening. The promised spread is most
tempting. In addition to other good goodies
ies goodies there will be purlo, and Reddick
has a reputation for purlo that was
spread by by her valiant sons from
Vladivostok to Coblenz. Many Ocala
knights are going, and the way is
open to all who would partake of a
fine supper and help a good cause.
Choice lot ALUMINUM ware $1.24
each with a smal piece for one cent
additional at Gerig's Drug Store. It
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
ONE CENT SALE
GERIG'S DRUG STORE
A. E. GERIG
PInmbIng & Electric Contractor
- Licensed Plnmber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. v. or. Oklawaha and Orange
E A. STROUT
Thom & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, City Property
and Unimproved Land for Sale
OFFICE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 2S2 OCALA, FLA.
HIGH GRADE PAINT 2
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AN EASTER TREAT
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
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PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
I Cook's Market and Grocery
imk$ Dgtk Lgtgp
-iXySf Jacket over Pep-
10 for 5c
Sugar jacket just
melts in your mouth,
then you get the deleo
And with Wrigley's three
standbys also affording friendly
aid to teeth, throat, breath,
petite and digestion.
Making the next cigar
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strong-i
i strong-i -t companies in the land.
1' 3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
j uo3 jraim oeacn ouns wnn extra
j trousers, also odd trousers in Palm
; Beach and Worsteds. H. A. Water Water-!
! Water-! n an, The Haberdasher. It
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Let us do your auto repair
work. We employ only
experienced mechanics, and yon
don't pay for boys experiment experimenting
ing experimenting on your car. All work is
cash and every job guaranteed.
Our charges are 75 cents per
hour. We use only genuine
Ford parts in repairing Fords.
Save money by bringing as
your repair work.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
121 W. Broadway. Phone 253
Drop in with a friend and enjoy a
plate or two of our delicious
ICE CREAM. Whether its warm or
cool you are sure to like our cream;
it has that "d fferent" 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.
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