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TEMPERATURES This morning, 63; this afternoon, 88.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 87
BASEBALL FOR 1922
IN FULL RLAST
ALL THE COUNTIES
ARE AGIST IT
ATTEMPT TO REDUCE
REFUSED TO BID
FDD MINI'S ROAI
GEORGE HAS GOOD
PLANS FOR GEIIOA
State Road Department Excludes Our
Own Lime Rock from Its
The Mtrion county board of com commissioners
missioners commissioners met Tuesday to open bids
for the construction of road No. 2
from the Lake county line to Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. When the chairman of the
board asked the county clerk for the
Li te he wa3 informed that no bids had
Lt--n submitted. It had already been
rumored about town that no contrac contractors
tors contractors had seen fit to enter any bids for
the work because the state road de department
partment department had given specifications
that-did not permit the use of Ocala
or Marion county lime stone for the
construction of the base. It appears
that the state road department has
been allowing this material to be used
on many or all of its other state and
federal roads and for some unknown
reason had not permitted it in Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's specifications.
Representatives were present from
F. W. Long & Company,. Jacksonville;
John Earner Company, Jacksonville;
the Barber Pcrten Company, Warren,
O.; Wm. P. McDonald Construction
Company, New York City; Stidham
& Hughe's, Lakeland; Mikler & Mc Mc-Leod,
Leod, Mc-Leod, Tampa, and the J. F. Morgan
Pav'njc Company, Birmingham.
These gentlemen said that they
were unable to make intelligent bids
on the specifications as advertised
and complained on the limitation of
work that could be done in a day and
on the requirements as outlined for
the binder course. Mr. Wm. F. Cocke,
of the state road department, was
present at the meeting and expressed
his regret for the misunderstanding
in the specifications.
The county commissioners decided
to advertise again for bids to be sub submitted
mitted submitted about May 18th and in the
meantime Mr. Cocke is going to re revise
vise revise the specifications in accordance
with suggestions made by the repre representatives
sentatives representatives from the well-known firms
present and will funvsh these new
specifications free of charge to all
contractors who applied for copies of
the present specifications.
SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE
AT WARTMANN PARK
Everybody seemed well pleased
with the results of the auction sale of
lots on East Fort King and Oklawaha
avenues this morning in what is
known as Wartmann Park. An en
thusiastic crowd was present and un under
der under the leadership of Mr. Jim Left-
wich, the auctioneer, the sales moved
along at a lively gait.
Among the special amusement feat features
ures features of the sale was the distribution
of one dollar bills to those who were
lucky enough to have their names
drawn from the box. Mr. Leftwich
announced a special number from the
Ocala band which he said was written j
by Mr. H. W. Tucker, entitled, "A j
Bow-Legged Girl May be Healthy j
But She's In a Bad Shape." Mr. Left- j
wich himself sang "It Takes a Long,
Tall. Brown-Skin Gal to Make a
Preacher Lay His Bible Down." Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone enjoyed the jovial way Mr.
Leftwich handled the sale and can
heaitily recommend him as an auc auctioneer.
tioneer. auctioneer. These choice lots on Ocala's two
most popular residential streets
brought very good prices. This sale
alonp; with the building that is now
being done in town points to a bright
future for Ocala.
Those buying lots at the sale this
morning were H. W. Tucker, F. W.
Ditto, J. R. Moorhead, Mack Carter,
Max Israelson, W. F. McAteer, F. E.
Hams Jr., T. H. McLean, O. B.
Hewse, M. C. Izlar, E. L. Blair, A. C.
Elowers, W. J. Edwards.. H. A. Wart Wartmann,
mann, Wartmann, Mrs. Anna Tweedy, Mrs. Ola
Potter, Mrs. Van Deman and Miss
Ernestine Brooks. The lots averaged
about $300 in sales price.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hooks, who have
been here since December, guests of
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Durand, have returned
to their home in Butler, Pa. They will
probably come back to Ocala in the
It was with real pleasure that the
friends of Mrs. Caroline Moorhead
vre greeting her in town yesterday.
Fo rtho past four months Mrs. Moor Moorhead
head Moorhead has been demonstrating the uses
and tempting dishes of Florida or oranges
anges oranges and grapefruit. Mrs. Moorhead
went in the interest of the Florida
Citrus Exchange and has put in a
season of hard work in the northern
Army Corn Beef Hash at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-St
If Other Nations Will Follow Lead Of
British Premier, Much Improve Improvement
ment Improvement Will be Attained
Genoa, April 12. (By Associated
Press). Premier Lloyd George con contemplates
templates contemplates suggesting an agreemnt
for limitation of land armaments in
Europe for a definite period, accord according
ing according to an unverified report before ad adjournment
journment adjournment of the present economic
conference. The army holiday, it is
thought, would be pattered after the
naval holiday completed at the Wash Washington
ington Washington conference.
WIDE WASTE OF WATERS
Not Enough Moonshine in All Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas to Make It Fit to Drink
Helena, April 12. Flood waters of
the White and Arkansas rivers caus
ed by high water in the Mississippi
river, cover 150,000 acres of land in
Phillips county to a depth of ten feet
in some places.
SCOINS SHY ON SHEKELS
Batavia, N. Y., April 12. Mrs.
John Scoins, aged seventy-eight, has
applied for separation and alimony
from her husband, eighty years old,
who she married four years ago. She
claims desertion. The husband an answers
swers answers he is unable to pay alimony
since his only income is a pension of
$50 a month and his only possessions
two cows, one pig and one plow.
WALES IS IN JAPAN
Yokahama, April 12. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The Prince of Wales
arrived today for an official visit to
Lake Weir, April 12. All inquiries
possible have beeiT"made to help the
Star man find the cufprit who killed
the pig he spoke of seeing on his wild
ride to Orlando. No one will say they
even r.aw a dead one. Now we can all
defend the Star man, knowing he is a
staunch friend of the roaming razor razor-back
back razor-back and does not kill anything but
bedbugs. What will Florida be when
the razorbacks and alligators are ex
tinct. (Pig was killed twenty-five
miles from Lake Weir. Editor).
Mrs. Virginia Briggs and little
granddaughter Alice Briggs, left for
their summer home in Rhode Island a
few days ago.
Mrs. Sara Thorp of Rhode Island
also left for New York last week
Ater a visit of some days with her
sister in the city she will go to her
home in Westerly.
The state road builders are moving
Mrs. K. H. Clements' building which
stood in the middle of the road to one
side that they may proceed with their
onward march to North Lake. Mrs.
Clements is pleasantly located in the
concrete building known as the for former
mer former Pasteur home.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Maples of Nor Norwich,
wich, Norwich, Conn., departed Saturday in
their auto for their home with the best
wishes of the villagers for a safe and
pleasant trip home and a speedy re return
turn return in the fall.
Mrs. Gates and children are spend spending
ing spending a few days with Mrs. Bailey, Mrs.
Gates' mother, who has been quite ill.
The auto thieves have reached the
lake it seems, as Mr. J, G. Spurlin
had two wheels taken off his defunct
Maxwell and is now watching for
their return to get the other two to
make him a present of them.
Miss Dixonia Roberts has taken
Mrs. Carroll Fraser, nee Miss Edna
Siprle's place as stenographer in the
Commercial Bank. Miss Roberts is
the daughter of Mrs. D. M. Roberts
of Green Cove Springs and with her
mother formerly made her home in
Ocala. Miss Roberts now makes her
home with Mrs. Kunzie on North
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brower have
returned from Montgomery, where
they went on their wedding trip. Mrs.
Brower expects to leave tomorrow for
her new home in Lakeland. Vernon
Rawls, who is a student at the Ocala
high school, expects to leave Saturday
for Lakeland, where he will make his
home in the future with his mother,
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-3t
Miss Bessie Hines of Bradentown,
who has been attending the school
athletic exercises in Gainesville, stop
ped on jhe way home to visit her
uncle, Mr. J. W. Akin, and family.
New Toys at THE GIFT SHOP. 3t
President Harding Threw the First
Ball for the Opening Game
The 1922 baseball season got under
way today for the two major leagues
nd the two most important minors,
the Southern Association and the
President Harding was on the pro
gram to tnrow out tne hrst ball at
Washington for the Washington-New
York game. 'Hoyt is slated to pitch
for the Yank-ard Mogridge for
Judge La .is will witness the game
at Chicago Jtween the Chicago Am Americans
ericans Americans an -it. Louis.
ELIZABETH IS ILL
London, April 12. The condtiion of
Princess Elizabeth, the wife of Crown
Prince George, of Greece, is causing
anxiety says an Athens dispatch dat dat-eo
eo dat-eo Tuesday. She has typhoid fever.
Lowell, April 11. Gentile Brothers
are erecting a large packing house
here with a capacity of fifteen cars a
day. This packing house is being
built especially to take care of the
750 acres of tomatoes they have con
tracted with the growers of this sec section.
tion. section. The packing house is being con constructed
structed constructed under the latest methods and
will be equipped with elevators and
electric lighted so that if necessary
it can be operated at night.
There has been a general clean-up
movement hit our little town. Every Everybody
body Everybody is trying to make things look
better by repainting their houses,
building new fences and trimming up
Mr. C. B. Howell has lately repaint repainted
ed repainted his home and out houses. Mr. T.
F. Stewman has Tately added on to his
store building and put on a new coat
of paint. Mr.'J. M. Meffert is work working
ing working over his store building prepara preparatory
tory preparatory to opening a store here. Mr. H
T. Hall Jr. is having his home worked
over and made into a comfortable lit little
tle little bungalow.
Vegetables have begun to move
from this section, Mr. Lee Raysor be being
ing being the first one to ship beans which
brought fancy prices. Osborne &
Raysor are shipping nice white Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onions and have made wonderful
sales on them, some selling as high
as $7.50 the crate. Mr. E,, B. George
expects to load a car of green beans
today. This will be the first car of
beans shipped from this section this
season. Next week both beans and
cukes will start rolling in car lots.
There is a large acreage.
Messrs. Allen & Berig, two hustling
young men from Milford, 111., are pro
gressing nicely witn tneir cnicKen
farm. They have several hundred
young chickens which they are rais raising
ing raising and expect to have them laying
by fall when eggs are high.
Mrs. L. A. Eaton of Orlando was
a visitor to our little town several
days the past week. She came to be
with her husband, who has charge of
the construction work on Gentile
Bros', packing houes here.
W. K. I.a-.e, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
I Ocala, Fla. tf
Attempt of Filibustering Greasers In
Texas to Make an Invasion
El Paso, April 12. Mexican secret
service men have laid information be before
fore before Juarez officials that political ex exiles
iles exiles in El Paso are purchasing horses,
ammunition, etc., for a revolutionary
expedition into Mexico in this vicinity.
TRACK WAS A DEATH-TRAP
Manchester, N. H-, April 12. Three
members of the crew were killed to today
day today when an engine and four cars
plunged over an embankment into
Lake Sunapee. The track had been
undermind by rains.
MAJORITY CUT DOWN
But Democratic Candidate Could Not
Shake the Volstead Act
Corning, N. Y., April 12 Unofficial
returns complete from the Thirty Thirty-seventh
seventh Thirty-seventh congressional district today
gave Lewis Henry, republican, a plu plurality
rality plurality of 3000 over Judge Frank Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, democrat. Prohibition was the
dominant issue in the campaign, Ir Irvine
vine Irvine declaring for repeal of the Vol Volstead
stead Volstead act. The republican plurality
in 1920 in this district was 30,000.
ARTHUR BALFOUR HAS BEEN
GIVEN AN EARLDOM
London, April 12. (By Associated
Press). King George has conferred
an earldom upon Sir Arthur James
Balfour, it was officially announced
NICHOLAS SEEMS TO
BE A BAD EGG
Jacksonville, April 12. Albert
Nichols, of Greenwood, S. C, in the
Duval county jail for Volusia authori authorities,
ties, authorities, has been placed in another cell
as the result of discovery of a plot
to escape. Officers said they found
two saws which had been smuggled to
him. The officers sav Nichols con
fessed to the robbery and assault ei
a weu Known ueLand women several
BRACK ELHURST TURNED
OVER TO THE BRITISH
Key West, April 12. The British
tuiisui general ai iew Orleans nas
1 1 XT 1
instructed the local consul to send
Bracklehurst and the crew of the
schooner Lewis Brothers to Nassau
aboard the British schooner now in
port. They will leave Friday. Brackle
hurst, mate of the Lewis Brothers, is
charged with the murder of II. Chute,
captain of the schooner on the high
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Truce Declared Between Special Con Constables
stables Constables and the Free State
Belfast, April 12 A truce has been
declared between Ulster special con constables
stables constables and Free State troops which
have been in menacing proximity
along the Fermanagh border between
Ulster and South Ireland, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
TIRED OF LIVING
Jacksonville, April 12. Two sui suicides
cides suicides occurred here last night and to today.
day. today. Mrs. Grace Perpaul, aged sixty,
of St. Augustine, an inmate of a char charitable
itable charitable institution, took her own life by
inhaling gas, and Benjamin Hasker,
a sailor, slashed his wrists and throat
with a razor.
DE BARDELEBEN THOUGHT
HIS TREATMENT DREADFUL
Birmingham, April 12. Suit for a
quarter of a million was filed here to today
day today by P. DeBardeleben, a former
druggist, of Sylacauga, Talladega
county, against twenty-two residents
of that community for alleged person personal
al personal injuries resulting from a flogging
said to have been administered April
19, last year.
April 12. Messrs. Clarence
Priest and Frank Bishop of Anthony,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ellis of Citra
and Mr. and Mrs. George Carlton of
Pine, attended quarterly conference
Kev; Cason of .Enterprise came
down from Gainesville Saturday, with
Presiding Elder Roberts. Rev. Cason
represents the Methodist orphanage
and made special mention of its
growth ;nd needs in his sermon Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning.
Mrs. Mary Rou and family of
Fairfield attended services here Sun
Mrs. J. J. Meadows, who has been
spending the winter in Tampa, stop stopped
ped stopped over for a short visit with Mrs.
Birdie Young, before returning to her
home in Mountain View, Mo.
Mrs. Mollie Martin and family of
Oxford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Thomas Sunday.
Misses Effie and Jeslyn Sherwood
came over from Kendrick last week to
visit with their friends here before
leaving for Northfield Falls, Vt.
Mr. S. P. Burton spent the week weekend
end weekend in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smoak of
Fairfield were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Stephens Sunday.
Miss Alice Shealy and daughter
Miss Legie, visited friends in Sparr
There will be an Easter program by
the children at the Methodist church
Sundav evening, to begin at eight
o'clock. All are cordially invited. The
offering will be sent to the children's
home at Jacksonville.
Hillsborough Latest to Declare That
Equalizer Dawson's Raise on
Taxes is Too Heavy
Tampa, April 12 The Hillsborough
board of county commissioners hasJ
formally protested against the twenty
per cent increase in the tax assess
ment ordered by Equalizer Dawson.
REASONS GIVEN BY BRYAN
FOR NOT RUNNING
Miami, April 12. William J. Bryan
in a statement given to the Associated
Press yesterday afternoon, announced
his definite decision not to become a
candidate for the United States Sen Senate
ate Senate from Florida.
In his statement Mr. Bryan said
that his fights have been for demoT
cratic principles and policies and that
nearly all of these have been written
into the unrepealable law, and that
he "cannot at his age" turn from such
enjoyable work to personal politics.
Mr. Bryan's statement in full, fol follows:
lows: follows: "Believing that, as a United States
senator, I could render valuable serv service
ice service to the state of Florida and to
the democratic party in the nation, I
stated about two months ago in an
swer to inquiries, that I would con consider
sider consider a call from the democrats of this
state from the standpoint of duty, but
that I had no intention of entering
into a contest for any office.
"Since that time petitions, numer numerously
ously numerously signed, have been received from
every part of the state asking me to
file as a candidate.
"I am profoundly grateful to these
friends for their generous confidence
and am happy to know that I can
count on .their co-operation in Florida
politics. But no assurance of success,
unless it was overwhelming, would
jiistify me in entering into a contest
FARM- BUILDINGS SWEPT
FROM THEIR FOUNDATIONS
Helena, Ark., April 12. Scores of
farm buildings have been swept from
their foundations by floods and high
winds near here, and several tenant
houses at Ratio demolished.
BEWARE OF THE
DEADLY GOLF CLUB
Haverford, Pa., April 12. Paul
Flagner Turner, a Haverford student,
is dead as the result of a fractured
skul received while playing golf. He
stepped behind a classmate just as the
latter swung his club, Turner receiv receiving
ing receiving the full force of the swing on his
SHOWING NEW YORK
SCHOOL TEACHERS HOW
TO RAISE CELERY
Sanford, April 12. Sixty school
teachers from New York arrived here
today on a steamer from Jacksonville
and will be guests of the Sanford
chamber of commerce for a tour of
Sanford and the celery fields.
PROGRAM OF MARION COUNTY
The Marion County Educational As Association
sociation Association will meet at Mcintosh Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Amil 15. at which time the
following program will be given:
10:30 a. m. Community singing,
led by J. E. Willet, Dunnellon high
Invocation by Mr. J. K. Christian.
Address of welcome by Mr. J. H.
Response by Mr. Chas. H. Shriner,
Anthony high school.
Address. "The Professional Teach
er, Rural and Urban," .Dr. Joseph
Roemer, University of Florida.
12:00 m. Dinner and social hour.
; 2 p. m. Diseussion topics, "Edu "Educational
cational "Educational Tests and Measurements" and
"My Observations of Educational
Tests in 'Boulder, CoW Miss Shelton
Souter, Ocala high school.
"What Educational Tests and Meas Measurements
urements Measurements Will Do for the Teachers
ar.d Schools of the County," B. D.
1 Adams, Reddick.
.Preparations We Are Making for
the Marion County Fair," Miss Edith Edith-Griffin,
Griffin, Edith-Griffin, Ocala primary schooL j
"Premium List for the Grammar
Grades," G. Fred Tprner, Dunnellon
- "Of What a High School Exhibit
Should Consist," Miss Mary Shep Shep-pard,
pard, Shep-pard, Ocala high school.
I "Consolidation of Schools," Dr.
(Bristol, University of Florida.
American Government Invited by The
League of Nations to Co-Operata
In This Praiseworthy Action
Washington, April 12.- (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Member governments
have been requested by the League of
Nations to expedite their replies to
the detailed questionaire prepared by
experts upon which will be construct constructed
ed constructed a program for reduction of arma armaments.
ments. armaments. According to copies of mem memoranda
oranda memoranda reaching the United 'States
government through unofficial chan channels,
nels, channels, it Is suggested that replies be
made before July 1st in order that
the temporary mixed commission
might meet July 5th and begin dis discussion
cussion discussion of the scheme for proposed re reduction,
duction, reduction, v
As usual, when we start out to per perform,
form, perform, with the help of good people, a
meritorious task, we succeeded. The
money for the new hymnbooks for the
Girls' Industrial School has been rais raised,
ed, raised, with a wide margin. We now
have $27.50, and if we are offered any
more we shall take it. The surplus
will be used to buy either more hymn-
books, for it won't do any harm to
have a few extra, or will go to the.,
school's athletic fund, as the girls
need paraphernalia for their basket basketball
ball basketball team.
The list of donors up to noon was
as follows: I
Geo. L. Taylor, .25; Sheriff ThomaV
.50; Circuit Clerk Lancaster, .25; W.
W. Clyatt, .25; E. A. Osborne, .50; C.
C. Bennett, .50; L. T. Izlar, $1; Edwin
S. Gernant, .50; Louis Duval, .50;
Roger Dodd, .25; J. H. Therrell, .25;
J. H. Benjamin, $1; F. E. Medians,
.25; W. J. Thomas, .25; Cash, .50; E.
T. Helvenston, .50; Ben Rheinauer, -.50;
Mack Taylor, $1; John Taylor,
.50; L. P. Wilson, .25; R. C. Camp, 1,
W. B. Gallagher, .50; J. M. Holden,
.50; J. M. Meffert, .50; R. IL Todd, .50;
C. S. Cullen, .50; II. A. Waterman,
.50; Cash, .50; Cash, .50; Cash, .50;
N. U. Kindt, .25; Mrs. Somebody Else,
?1; Arthur Cobb, .50; B. C. Webb, .50;
Dr. Van Engelken, .25; R. T. Adams,.
.50; Wralter Ray, $1; M.M. Little, .50;
Max Wilson, .25; H. B. Clarkson, J50;
S. S. Savage Jr., .25; Sid Whaley, J25;
Charlie Rose, .50; Albert Gerig, .50;
W. K. Zewadski, .50; DeWitt Griffin,
.50; Travis Collier, .50; Eric Collier,
.50; Hamp Chambers, .25; George
Chambers, .25; F. W. Cook, .25; P. V.
Leavengood, .50; Joe Malever, .25; W.
H. Strothers, .25; D. W. Tompkins,
.50; L. N. Green, $1; Mrs. G. D. Tur
ner (Sparr), .50; J. P. Phillips, $1.
Fellow citizens, I think you for your
kindness to the school and your confi
dence in me, as shown by. your will willingness
ingness willingness to trust me with money with without
out without security. jhb
PREPARING TO DEVELOP
IMMENSE HORSE POWER
Thomas Wants to Build a Big
Dam. Across the Chipola
- (Associated Presaj
Washington, April 12, G. M.
TLoma3 has applied to the Federal
Power Commission for a preliminary
permit for a large dam across the
Chipola river, in Jackson county,
Florida, eleven miles below Marianna,
to develop about 6000 horsepower.
LORENZ HAS LEFT
New York, April 12. Dr. Adolph
Lorenz, who treated thousands of
cripples in this country during tha
last few months, sailed for Europ to today.
day. today. EASTER BASKETS for the chil children
dren children at the GIFT SHOP. 12-3t
THAT GOOD KIND
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12. 1922
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J. M. Beajaaala, Editor
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has been a dozen years since Fort
King avenue was paved with brick,
and it is as good as new. We do not
recommend using more than a small
part of the bond money for brick, but
since Mr. Brumby claims that he can
do so well with it we think he should
have a chance to deliver the goods.
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In today's Star will be found an
ordinance recently passed by the city
council which is of much importance
not only to the health of the people,
but in keeping the city's streets clean
and tidy. Manager Brumby is mak making
ing making great headway in getting these
matters lined up for the permanent
betterment of the city, and every
citizen who takes a pride in his town
should lend every assistance m see seeing
ing seeing that the ordinance is complied
As will be noted in the oi-dinance,
days are fixed for every part of the
city on which the collectors of gar garbage
bage garbage will appear and take up refuse
matter from homes and business
houses. Each residence will be fur
nished with a schedule card givin
the exact davs for collection in that
particular section of town.
Persons who violate the ordinance
need not be surprised if they are
haled into the recorder's court and
fined, as the city officials are deter determined
mined determined that our streets shall not be
littered up with all kinds of rubbish
that is not only detrimental to the
heaitn of the citizens, but makes a
very untidy appearance.
V;And so Mr. Bryan decided not to
run for the Senate. Perhaps those
petitions didn't stack up high enough.
When we have millions of tons of
, rock right here in our own county,
what is the sense in paying freight
Mon the same material all the way from
It s the star s opinion that nine
months in the year of school is too
much for the health of the children
Eight is a plenty, and we'll bet an
.overwhelming majority of the chil
dreni will agree with us.
it. .! -t
, No. 1 of Volume 3 of "The Light,"
published by the class in printing,
Florida Industrial' School for Boys, at
Marianna, is to hand, and is quite a
credit to both editors and printers
We have obtained from its illustra
tions a better idea of the school then
from any previous publication.
The reasons given by Mr. Bryan for
not becoming a candidate for the sen
atorship,may be plausible to the un
sophisticated reader, but they will
.bring a smile to the face of any man
" experienced in public affairs. That
Mr, Bryan expected to be nominated
without a stiff contest over Senator
r Trammell is unbelievable. If he had
'said that he would not run because
his candidacy would be a demand on
the governor of Florida to break the
law, and might result in Florida hav-
,.mg a repuDiican senator, nis state statement
ment statement would have been reasonable and
the Star would have honored him for
it. As it is, we can believe only that
ne has flinched from a severe contest
and probable defeat.
S. C. M. Thomas, sheriff of Marion
county, is right in the middle of a bad
fix. The money appropriated by last
year's budget for the expenses of his
office has given out, and according to
the strict construction of the law he
can. receive no more until the next
budget Is made up, which will be
AllWlAbllO A 1 Will HJ YY A OllCi ILL JS
office earns not only its pay, but a
good deal over, which goes to help
other .departments of the county.
When asked what he was going to do,
the sheriff laughed and said he guess guessed
ed guessed he would have to borrow some
money to live on-and pay his deputies,
and that is probably what he will
have, to do. r All the same, the law
works an unintentional iniustip to
.Evening Star April 11, 1902) ;
Mayor Fishel and family have been ;
staying at Mr. C. Kheinauer s resi
dence since the fire at their residence.
I hey will move into Mr. Dorsey's res
idence on Oklawaha avenue, recently
occupied by Mr. M. Strauss.
Mr. N. M. Allred has returned from
Palatka, where he has been assisting
the state's attorney in the circuit
Miss Byrd Wartmann, who is a
pianist of rare ability, will play for
the ladies at the piano recital at the
armory next Friday night.
The Palatka bar gave a banquet at
the Graham Hotel Saturday night
complimentary to Judge W. S. Bullock
of Ocala. The honor was all unex unexpected
pected unexpected on the part of the judge, but
was fully appreciated by him.
J. P. Moody and Chester Finch of
the Plant System, with headquarters
in Jacksonville, spent the week-end
at their homes in Ocala.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 12, 1912)
Yesterday afternoon the Boy Scouts
held a meeting at the Air Dome which
proved to be a good one. Next Friday
the boys will go on a hike, spending
the night in the woods. Dr. F. E. Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane and Clifford Peabody will go
with the boys and look after them.
Mrs. Maude Home and children and
Mrs. Home's mother, Mrs. Edwards,
went to the lake this afternoon for a
i ORDINANCE REGULATING ito keep such lot or lots in a condition
i COLLECTION OF GARBAGE I to comply with the said provisions of
i isaia section. That a record of tht
, .., ft ,nM 'cost of such work shall be kept by
An Ordinance Entitled An Ordinance i-d and lieQ a
10 neguiaie u.e f" d charged against said lot or lots,
?eTr!fh!L0tr ptp TS and noted on the tax assessment
Private Premies o 1 rovide foi ; en d ghal
the Proper Sanitation of all .Lot, CJikct?d as a part of the taxes due
and Premises J of the said city on said lot or lots for
to De-ienate the Ulncers liamr ; ,
Charge of Such Sanitation: to Re- ;t- fcmg That
peal an Ordinance Entitled -RequirJ thls section shall be construed to m
mT the Die gins Up and CutW the other provisionf
iuS me uissii,, c:a.,- Jrni penalties of this ordinance but
Yvr xT r 1 mImk" ""hhe remedy and powers herein giver
Lots During Certain Month. an j n c,mulati
and for Other
of this Ordinance
Be It Ordained by the City Counci
of the City of Ocala :
Section 1. That from and idU.
parts of ordinances in conflict with
th-? provisions of this ordinance are
,ei j't y repealed.
Ssc. 15. That this ordinance shall
o-ii inrn mpfr immprfintplv lirwvn itc
the passage of this ordinance, it shall j paf-ae an(j approval.
be the duty of tne ponce departmen i j aced upon first reading and re
to nave cnarge 01 me inspect ion oi. iu.
TUESDAY AUCTION CLUB
We are going to have at least one
lady candidate in the county primary
election in June. Mrs. G. D. Turner
informs the Star that she is going to
run for the office of supervisor of reg registration,
istration, registration, which Uncle Dan Barco now
holds, and which Mr. A. J. Stephens,
also of Sparr, is a candidate for. Mrs.
Turner is the wife of Mr. G. D. Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, a well-known stock raiser of the
Sparr neighborhood. She is a clever
and competent woman, ond the Star
has no doubt that if elected she will
make a faithful and accurate official.
BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
Bhingles, doors, windows and
mill work and will save you
enough to make the effoH worth
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and. windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO.,
The Tuesday auction club at its
regular weekly meeting was enter entertained
tained entertained last night by Mrs. Leon Mason
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Sexton. The evening was pleasantly
spent playing auction, the tables be being
ing being placed on the wide veranda, the
warm spring night making the out outdoors
doors outdoors location unusually comfortable.
At the conclusion of the games ice
cream and cake were served by the
hostess. Miss Louise Spencer was
given a box of powder and Mrs. Wel Wel-ler
ler Wel-ler Carmichael received a score pad.
Besides the regular club members,
Mrs. John Good, Mrs. Weller Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael and Miss Edith Williams en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the evening with Mrs. Mason.
Dremises within the city of Ocala. an
shall see that all laws now in foic
and effect in said city in regard to the
cleaning and abating of nuisances or
said premises are luily complied witr ;
That said police department -hai" ;
have charge of the collection of al'
garbage, leaves, trash and other re j
fuse taken from private premises anc' j
1-11 etc CU ctL 11IC t-Ulu ivl tuuiiiiuii J. ;
the sanitary department.
Sec. 2. That for the purpose of
carrying, out this ordinance and facili facilitating
tating facilitating a systematic collection of ar
bage, the same shall be collected by
The collection of garbap-e by ward?
shall be as follows:
(a). That perishable garbage sha.
be collected in the first and thirc
wards on Tuesday and r n lay of tac;
(b) That perishable gaibace sha1'
be collected in the second and fourti
wards on Wednesday and Saturday c'
(c) That perishable. garbage shal
be collected daily from : !1 hotels am"
boarding houses in said city havinr
more than ten boarders.
(d) That all non-perishable
leaves, trash, tin cans, weeds an-'
n 3d to the department of justice
;a -n zo, tyzz.
I .aced upon second reading and
adopted by sections April 4, 1922.
Placed upon third and final reading
i x '-:.t:i by roll call April 4, 1922
E. H. Martin,
Tre-ident of the City Council.
.- i cit: H. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.
Approved by me as mayor of Ocala
this the 11th day of April, 1922
Eugene G. Peek, Mayor.
Fellowship, April 10. We are still
needing rain. Vegetables will begin
t .rove from this section in about ten
dsys or less.
Mr.--. H. J. McCully and boys return returned
ed returned home yesterday after spending
jcvei-fcl days at Lake Weir with Mrs.
M 'Cully's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
. Sandifer. Mr. and Mrs. Sandifer
accompanied her home and were her
Tut.-ts for dinner.
The Star got things pretty well
bantu up last week. I stated that
o CiOci; p.
and the Star made it
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The King's Daughters will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Weller Carmichael at 4 o'clock.
THE GIFT SHOP.
E. A. Burnett would preach at
other rubbish shall be collected in th-! F?!!cw?hi on the third Sunday at 3
business section of the city each Mor ,
day and Thursday; in th fist ws-r1
on Tuesday; the second win' on Wr
nesday; the third ward on Friday am'
the fourth ward on Saturday.
Sec. 3. That it shall be a viol p.' ion
of this ordinance to place any ci' tht
foregoing garbage or trash on any
street within the corporate liimts o:
Ocala on any other day oi the week week-except
except week-except those above specified.
Sec. 4. That all perishable gar garbage
bage garbage shall be placed in mctcl ci.
having metal cover for same of a si. si.-not
not si.-not exceeding fifteen inches in d am
eter and twenty-one inches high. Set!
cans are required to be purchased by
each and every resident of sai l city
and shall be placed on the abovt
specified days in
d that Mrs. E. A. Crumpton would
preach. Must have had some bad eye
water, Mr. Editor.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Noble and Mas Mas-i
i Mas-i r Kyle and Miss Zeda of Morriston
v !( Saturday night and Sunday
gufats ut Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully
The Jolly Joker Club committee on
nteitainnient consisting of. Misses
Nellie Prine, Leone Brooks, Lillian
BHtch, Winifred and Geneva McCully
met at the home of the Misses Mc Mc-C.i1!"
C.i1!" Mc-C.i1!" H:-,t Friday afternoon to pre-
a.w a p:oj,ivm for the Easter party
Lr jjven nt the home of Mr. and
Fant on Friday night
a convenient n
for the collection and emptying of! Mrs. F. E
same by the sanitary denartmcnt. N i.jth.
garbage of any perishable nature j
shall hp flllnwpH in Lp l:rn; ii r.nx :
other container except one as abov- -:-: ts r Ml'- ani Mrs- B- Cappleman
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCully were
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
Largest and best assortment ever
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
I ill "SowgI
S a!iiriay? April 11 S I
I IFMI SIlDUMiS 1
After considering the subject care carefully,
fully, carefully, the Star has arrived at the con con-clusion
clusion con-clusion that the city manager should
be allowed to commence on the street
paving by putting down a few blocks
j of brick, as an experiment. He makes
; tiaim uiat tie can uu luis uiutuai, as
; If you wani to know "Who's Who
Just Use ore of your wife's hand em embroidered
broidered embroidered guet towels.
Saturday, April 15, beginning
at 1:30 p. m., at the Marion Coun- &
ty Fair Grounds, there will be an &
interesting racing program to be j
participated in by some of the &
best known and speediest horses
iu the United States. The follow-
ing are the names of the horses j
and their owners:
FRKK FOR ALL Trot or Pate &
BELL ALCANTARA, (2.02 V Owner, L. May, Savannah, Ga.
MACK PONTER. (2:14 u Owner, C. L. Angel, Ocala, Fla.
LADY T., (2:13U) Owner, J. E. Turner, Orlando, Fla. lb
MARY CECIL WATTS, (2:13'4 ). . .Owner, George Fisher. Nashville
MARY JANE, (2:19U) Owner. John Tuttle. Oklahoma City, Okla. &
2:20 Pace or Trot
NUTLAND PATCH. (2:24U ).. .Owner, Harry Kanner, Orlando, Fla.
TEXO, (2:16U) Owner, George Purham, Pokomoke City, Md.
PAT YOLA, (2:24U) Owner, Geo. Fisher, Nashville,Tenn.
CANNON PATCH, (2:15U) Owner, Mrs. N. Jensen, Indianapolis
2:0 Trot or Pace
DIRECTUM GIRL Owner, M. E. Albritton, Weirsdale, Fla.
SENATOR L., 2:29U Owner, Geo. Purham, Pokomoke City, Md.
OCALA BOY Owner, A. D. Smith, Ocala, Fla.
CHRISTMAS Owner, J. W. Smith, Ocala, Fla.
JESS WILLARD Owner, J. J. Tipton, Ocala, Fla.
ORA LEE Owner, John Good, Ocala. Fla.
HAZEL BECK, 2:294 Owner, D. Lockhart, Orlando. Fla.
Sec. 5. That the owners of all va vacant
cant vacant lots of land within the corporat'
limits of the city of Ocala, shr.il com commence
mence commence the first of May of each yeai
to keep 'down the growth of weeds
vines or thick undergrowth of an
kind thereon by such regular digging
or cutting as will prevent them froiv
fretting to a growth hieher thar
twelve inches from the ground at an;
time during the remainder of the
Sec. 6. That it shall be the duty
of the occupant of any building to col
lect and remove daily to a place con convenient
venient convenient for city garbage wagons
empty boxes, barrels, rubbish, trash
waste paper, excelsior or other like
Sec. 7. That no person or persons
shall be allowed to place ashes within
any building in any box, barrel or
other wooden vessel or upon any
wooden vessel or floor.
Sec. 8. That no person shall keep
or permit to be kept on the premises
any oily waste or oily rags, unless at
all times when not actually in use
such oily waste and oily rags be kept
Y.st Thursday night and Friday.
CK.NCHE IS DISCOURAGING
But Not So Bad If You Know How to
Reach the Cause
Nothing more discouraging than a
constant backache. Lame when you
awaken, pains pierce you when you
bend or lift. It's hard to work or to
ist. Backache often indicates bad
kidnevs. Ocala people recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh
bor. Read this case:
Mrs. M. Parker, 505 N. Pond St.,
Ocala, says: "I had kidney trouble
nd I suffered with a lame back. I
had sharp pains through my kidneys
when I swept or walked. My kidneys
acted irregularly, causing much an-
;oy;;nce. I went to bed tired and got
up tired and I surely felt miserable.
I became so dizzy that I almost fell
oyer. I was advised to try Doan's
Iidn?y Pills so I bought a box at the
Anti-Monooply Drug Store. Doan's
quickly helped me and after using one
le i I was rid of the backache. I have
in a metal can with self-closing cover l used Doan's since then with equally
and riveted loints stnndm ? on metal ;'- v"u 'C5UU3,
Price 60e. at all dealers. Don't
s'mply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Parker had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
T.Tf,. T,,flrl XT V A J.. O
EASTER CARDS at
leers which raise the bottom of tht
container at least four inches above
tB ..t iAnt,, a v.. mroA -ifi s Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 2.
permit any member of the police de department
partment department to inspect or to have in inspected
spected inspected their buildings or premises to
see if the above is complied with, and
it is hereby made the duty of the city
manager to make or cause to be made
such inspection whenever t.id where where-ever
ever where-ever he may suspect a violation of
the foregoing ordinance.
Sec. 10. That it shall be the duty
of all residents of the city of Ocala,
to report to the manager's office oi
chief of police the location cf any any-dead
dead any-dead animal or animals immediately
upon their detection, such rtport be be-intr
intr be-intr made by telephone to the man
ager's office or the chief of policed
Sec. 11. That an ordinance entitiei
"An Ordinance Requiring the Digging
Up and Cutting Down oi W eeds on
See our new assortment of men3
P.-Im Beach suits. All sizes and
styLa, $12.50. Joseph Malever, at
Goldman's old stand. 7-tf
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 3-St
Nijfct Phone 515
Day Phone 47
When the Hoar Glass of
Time Rans Its Coarse
There is no sympathy so helpful to
family that is bereaved as that of true
friends and no herp so reassuring as
that of the good funeral director. Act Acting
ing Acting in your stead, he understands that
he must act -in your spirit, performing
each task with the reverence and ten tenderness
derness tenderness with which your own hands
would perform it if they could. Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy which cannot be gracefully con conveyed
veyed conveyed by words is revealed throiigh Ms
act- of service which brin? the x-om-forting
assurance that evry attention
has bten given with thou?htfulness
and skilL L
GEO. MACKAY&& COMPANY
G. B. Overton, Director
cannot be made better
Practically every dealer advertising candies advertises them as
best. It is easy for us to advertise along these lines for the rery
simple reason that candies cannot be better made than those we
stock. Made and packed by a house known for quality and purity
for many, many years. There's a reputation behind the goods of
deliciousness in each case and there's pleasure in eating. Boxes of
all sizes, all assortments and all popular prices.
We carry a full line of Norris Candy
"The Drug Store on the Square"
!' -ww.ipi m win Mf tuiiiiji.n ww jum i, hi ii j n i iiiMwiiiiijiiiimiiB m .1 iu 11 1 1
LEAD &ZINC PAINT
It means actual cash in your
pocket to take advantage cf
CD AINT half your horn with Dnoi
Lead and Zinc Paint ; paint th othar
half with any other paint you chooee.
If Devoe doesn't take fewer gallons and
coat less money, we will nake 00 charfe
If Devoe doean't wear a year or two or three
years -longer long er and iffe- will
give you enough Devoe to do the job ever.
Or, paint half your house laad-and-cl; the
other half Devoe. In three years the lead
and-oil half will be hungry for more pain,
with Devoe still sound.
If not, well give you enough tat the whole
Devoe Product are time-tested and proven,
backed by the 168 years experience of the
oldest paint manufacturing concern aa the
U. S. Founded 17S4.
MARION HARDWARE CO.
vwa""' "i i""1 4 i".w-- mr f 7 r
IN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven
ence in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Sidewalks ar.d Lots
u 1 i I
ADMISSION 35c. GRANDSTAND 15c
Ceitain Months,' app:ovtd
mayor on the 13th day -of Jr.r.uar;
Id9t5, is hereby repealed.
bee. 12. That any person violating
or assisting in the violation, of this
ordinance or any part thereof, shall
;non convictio, be punished bv a fine
nt exceedings one hundred (100)
dollars vi by impi isoniner.t for nt j
more than thirty (SO) days in the cit"
jail or both such line aad impiison j
ment at the discretion of the re-1
Sec. 13. That in the event that the
owner or owners, of any vacant lot
or lots within the corporate limits of j
the city of Ocala shall fail to compl; j
with the provisions of section five ;
hereof that the city of Ocala is hereby j
authorized to do all necessary work j
Stock of merchandise of
ABSIIIRE & HAMES
Sold at ten o'clock
Friday, April 13th, 1922
Edw. S. French, Trustee
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Liggett & Mjers Ttbacc C.
20 for 18c
10 for 9c -Vacuum
of 50 45c
of Turkish, and Domestic tobaccos blended
OCALA EVENING. STABG STAB, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 12, 1922
' Illustrations by
Copyright by lUthl o NonH
run re taimiiir line omu
cwta tuts herself well la hand!" llar-
When are you
ftet said, approvingly.
U m hlmr
j. -"He's coming over especially to see
'father tomorrow,' Nina said. I sup sup-pee
pee sup-pee I might as well go down," .he
'added, eyeing herself gloomily In her
I Mirror, "for Ward and that boy seem
absolutely at a loss for amusement!"
-f "And IH be down presently," Har Har-X
X Har-X rlt said. But when Nina was gone
'Che walked slowly to her own dress dress-tnf
tnf dress-tnf table, and sat down, and regarded
herself steadily, and with heavy eyes.
" Unexpectedly, here between the farn farn-(
( farn-( tly dinner and the early going to bed,
a June evening, a crisis in her life
Jims confronting her, and she knew
' Cat she must meet it.
K Ward's guest was only the young
i fiaunders boy, who had been with
l$tm constantly last summer, and who
(was of absolutely no significance in
t. their lives. And yet Harriet had been
i Introduced to him all over again as
lrs. Carter" there was no halfway,
a the eyes of the world at least, in
this relationship of hers with Richard,
' Lk.. V i ,...t lw, In.
Mr. Carter!" Harriet loved that
as if the title, the slgna-
jjtire, and the dignity bad never been
5 vouchsafed to womankind before. She
r had marveled at her old self, that had
taken "Miss'; and "Mrs." with cheer-
Indifference why, there was a
orld-wlde chasm between the two!
to have this silly Saunders boy
icall her Mrs. Carter, as a matter of
ji 'course, was to receive the accolade
.tfcat gave her all her longed-for
' dreams in one. It was the name of
curled scornfully, "and I do not pro propose
pose propose to give her nip for any three
years or three weeks!"
Harriet could only look at him fix fixedly,
edly, fixedly, with an ashen face.
"God help me," she breathed in her
soul. "God help me
"Well," said Richard with weary
Impatience, "we did not call you down
to bore you with this I asked to see
you, Harriet, because Mr. Blondin has
made the statement to me, just now,
that you were heartily in accord with
bis plans for Nina and that you ap approved
proved approved of the affair P
The prayer In Harriet's heart did
not stop as she moved her wretched
eyes to Blondin.
"I believed that you and she had
not seen each other since, December,"
she reminded him. "I lost no chance
to advise her against the engagement I
I thought it was all over !"
"Well V Richard said, with a breath
of relief. He had been watching her
closely, now he settled back in his
chair and moved his contemptuous
scrutiny to Blondin.
"One moment!" Royal Blondin said,
gently. But he was also pale. "You
;the man she loved, and, even though
'',tM a shadowy and unloved way, she
lifted the title that made her his.
1 1 j And now she owed him the truth,
she had told him months ago, so
the better and braver woman
She had not done so; she had
fighting Nina and his mother
then; she had been afraid. But she
;ma not afraid now; he could forgive
that long-ago girl of seventeen be because
cause because her advocate was .the woman of
U capable woman who had served him
and his house, who must win his re re-'lapect
'lapect re-'lapect back because site loved him with
Uevery fiber of her being.'
M (The words in which she would tell
him came to her in a rush. Why it
Ijwas nothing! It was less than noth-
lag. In half an hour she would be
back here In her room again, with all
the past clean and straight at last,
i jwlth the cloud gone, and with her
.Whole soul singing with hope of the
'glorious future. For a moment she
llknelt by her bed, her face in her
t ; She rose to her feet. There was a
f;tip at the door.
V) ) It was Bottomley. "If you please,
Mr. Carter would be so much
t; obliged if you would step down to the
(."library, 'm." Harriet gave herself a
parting glance, and followed the man
fc; j "Cofirage 1" she said to herself, with
fjher band on the library door. Tve
exaggerated and enlarged upon this
"Ask Her She'll Tell You! Ask Her!"
believe that I would make Nina a good
husband, don't you?" he asked Harriet
directly and quietly.
She was not looking at him. Her
eyes were on Richard Carter.
"I believe you would ruin her life!
she said, deliberately.
"Thank you." Richard said. "I think
that is all, Mr. Blondin. I was aware
that you had misunderstood Mrs.
Carter when you made that state statement!"
ment!" statement!" "Not quite all," Blondin persisted.
"You believe that Nina would be wiser
not to marry me?" he asked Harriet.
"You She cleared her throat.
"You know that I think sol" she said.
"And now, Mr. Blondin, you will
kindly leave my house!" said Richard.
The other man was watching Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, with a menace in his narrowed
eyes. White lines had drawn them themselves
selves themselves about his tightly closed lips,
yet he was smiling. He had lost the
game, truly, but she knew he would
play his last card. Just the same. The
suavity, the calm of years fell from
him, and his voice deepened into a
sort of cold and quiet fury as he said :
"One moment, Mr. Carter. Why
don't you ask your wife what makes
her think I won't make Nina a good
husband? Why don't you ask her if
his arms, for a moment studied Har Harriet
riet Harriet between half-closed. lld but pres presently
ently presently his eyes fell, too. and with a
rather troubled expression he studied
the pattern of the great oriental rag.
Harriet stood motionless, turned to
stone. If there was anything to be
said In her behalf, she could not say
it now. For the first time the full
measure of her responsibility and the
full measure of her deceit smote her,
and in utter sickness of spirit she
could advance no excuse. It was not
that she had failed Blondin, or that
'she had failed Richard, but the extent
of her failure toward herself appalled
her. She was not the good, brave, cul cultivated
tivated cultivated woman she had liked to think
herself ; she was one more egotist,
with Nina," and Isabelle, and Ida, un unscrupulously
scrupulously unscrupulously playing her own game
for her own ends.
"I'm extremely sorry," Richard said,
presently, in a somewhat lifeless tone.
"I imagine that if my daughter had
known this, she might have been
spared some suffering and some hu humiliation.
miliation. humiliation. But we needn't consider
that now." .He was silent, frowning
faintly. He put up a fine hand and
adjusted his eyeglasses with a little
impatient muscular twitching of his
whole face that Harriet knew to be
characteristic of his worried moods.
"Mr.- Blondin," -he said, wearily and
IKUteIy, "I have had a great deal on
my mind, lately, and have perhaps
been hasty in my condemnation of you.
However, this does nt particularly
help your cause with my daughter.
There are a jjresu :nany aspects to the
matter, and 1 -I ms't take time to con consider
sider consider them. Nina must be my first
considerate i. poor child?- Her mother
failed her we hae all failed herl
She has a right, to know of this con conversation"
versation" conversation" Harriet stirred, and his eyes moved
to her. Without a word, and with a
stricken look in her. beautiful, ashen
face, she turned, and went slowly
toward the door. When she reached
it, she steadied herself a second by
pressing -one fine hand against the
dark wood, then she opened it and was
"I'm very sorry Blondin said hesi hesitatingly,
tatingly, hesitatingly, when the men were alone.
"Mrs. Carter," Richard said, get getting
ting getting to his feet, and very definitely
indicating, an end to .the. conversation,
"before she consented to the arrange arrangement
ment arrangement into which we entered, of course
took me Into her confidence In this
"She she did?" Royal stammered.
"Certainly she did," Richard said,
harshly. And looking at him the other
man saw that hie. face looked haggard
and colorless. "She did not mention
your name, I presume out of a sense
of generosity to you. I could have
wished," he added, "that you had been
similarly generous, and had seen fit
to leave her, and leave my daughter
alone. I think I must ask yon to ex excuse
cuse excuse me," said Richard at the door.
His tone, was one. of absolute suffoca suffocation.
tion. suffocation. "I can see no object in your
frankness tonight, unless to distress
and humiliate Mrs. Carter. My daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, and not myself, Is the one entitled
to your confidence, and you are well
aware of my feeling where she Is concerned!-
I would to God," said Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, with bitterness, "that I had never
seen your face! Mrs. Carter has been
a useful and Indispensable 1 member
of this family for many years; If there
was In her past some unpleasant and
painful event, that is her own af affair
fair affair r
"Not when she marries a man who
is unaware of it." Blondin suggested,,
in. his pleasant, soft tones.
"That Is mine !" Richard said, stern sternly.
ly. sternly. And he opened the library door.
"Good evening!" he said.
Good evening I" Blondin, with his
One of the most" the niost delightful and best
attended entertain" entertainments given in our
city was the dues s tne dues social at the home
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avenue, vesten av J"'"'1 aiiciuuuu, nuuer
the auspices of th-Pices of tne Ocala W. C. T. U.
Mrs W T. Gaiw- T- Gary, president of the.
local union, gave aion, gave a roHIal greeting,
which was folIovcvas followed by a choice pro program,
gram, program, with Mrs. tn Irs- B'and Ware and
Miss Dorothy Lan)roth5, Lancaster at the piano,
Misses Delia Livi Delia Livingston and Pearl
Fausett as vocalir 33 vocalists and Mr. George
Hooper, violinist.- violinist. Miss Johnson, a
winter visitor, de'jvisitoir delighted all with her
readings, while Ms while Mrs'. Yocum and Mrs.
Sanders played s; Tyed some old-time melo melodies,
dies, melodies, which time h,ich time ha3 oniy softened and
which, with each witn each I-' as sing year, grow
more melodious. e!odious.
Mrs. Gary mai.Garv made a very neat speech
in behalf of the If of the order, now fully re
organized for wcea lor work. ;r,e introduced
the following cfTlovrinS officers, who responded
with fitting rema?ting remarks: Mrs. G. W. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Mrs. T. M. T. M. Mooie. Mrs. G. B.
Overton, Mrs. In' rs- w- Tompkins and
Mrs. M. M. LittVI- M- Little, district secretary,
who brought bint Iri.f echoes from the
district convent ff convention held recently in
Dunnellon, and ?Ilon and a "'sa-e from the
much ioved s !oved ?tate president, Mis
Minnie E. Nca!.e E- Xeal, who among her solici solicitations
tations solicitations stressed8 stressed ih? 'importance of
lores- m i-nj. tin.-iun.iiik.
Clusttr of r"sttrs of put white flowers and
the white ribb(.'te r'tJbon bow. as in every oc occasion,
casion, occasion, were sn were symbols of this great
Christian org"tlan organization, banded to together
gether together "For G-r "For God and Home and Na Native
tive Native Land." Land."
Complete assortment genuine Palm
Beach Suits, assorted patterns, $12.50.
Jos. Malever, Goldman's old stand, ct
4 SE R VI C E
STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE
Ice cream ar
cream and cake were served and
after a soci; 1 f a socir.l half-hour the guests de departed.
parted. departed. pledgi-'1' Pledging greater co-operation
to Mrs. Gary trs- Gary and expiessing their ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of Ration of Mrs. Moore's hospitality.
The phaiue pleasure derived from this en entertainment
tertainment entertainment aMnment and tn- interest awaken awakened
ed awakened assures tH351"'63 Ocala W. C. T. U. of
better meetir1, meetings in the future, and of
a larger aite41"1" attendance at the next "dues
social" whicHal" which all hope will not be long
nrHE splendid perform
JL ance of the New Series
of the good Maxwell in every
part of the country, empha emphasizes
sizes emphasizes the value of this fine car
Our pictt-)ur Picture framing department is
again open?ain Pen- ew mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have 'es nave been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to iyai'ed to make up and deliver on short
notice lotice. Sat-Wed
GEORC GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
she has been hiding something from ( Jlght iolterlftg 8tep crossed the thresh
t. thing too long! I've imagined it into
kaa Importance that it' really hasn't at
fi Richard was back at his desk; he
J smiled and rose as she came in. There
viwas another man in the library, who
a'nn and faced her, too.
i And when Harriet saw him she
i.knew that she was too late. It was
U A. dizziness and sickness came over
iter as she went slowly to the chair
apposite Richard. She touched the
desk for support as she sat down, and
feit that her fingers were cold and
' ? "Mr. Blondin has come to talk to
about Nina," Richard said. Har Har-y
y Har-y tiet somehow moved her dizzy eyes
ft toward Blondin, and she smiled me me-t'
t' me-t' ehanlcally. But she had to moisten
ihn lips before she could speak.
"J "I seel" Her voice sounded hor-
, rlhly choked to her ; she could find
to add to the meaningless
'i ; "Mr. Blondin asks my consent to an
'.'Immediate marriage." Richard said.
; "Too know my objections to that,
K Harriet, of course W have just
k seen discussing them, as I explained
i : te him. This is a painful matter to
"me, and I regret it. But Mr. Blondin
has given me no choice but to tell him
'--frankly why I think him an unsuitable
husband for my daughter. I have told
3" Wat-exactly what my procedure will
he In such a case, and I think we un understand
derstand understand each other!"
Royal was smiling the serene,
dreamy smile that was characteristic
", ef him. . .
"Nina," he said, tenderly, "Is warm warmhearted.
hearted. warmhearted. And a chance allusion to my
.financial, position, which J thought I
owed her, has distressed her unneces unnecessarily.
sarily. unnecessarily. It will, truly, be out of the
. question for me to travel, as we had
banned. The unfortunate specula-
Hens of my friend
"Whose name you withhold," Rich Richard
ard Richard interrupted the musical voice to
"Because of a' promise!" Royal
Cashed promptly. "But," he resumed.
turning to Harriet. "I shall be able to
negotiate this business, as I assure
Mr. Garter, without any assistance
'from him or his daughter." hl Uo
you all this time? Why don't you ask
her if she herself wasn't madly In love
and with me when she was Nina's
age, and whether she was married In
my studio, to me, ten years ago I"
He had shot th phrases at her with
a distinctness almost violent. Now
his dry voice stopped, but his swift,
venomous look went from the silent
man at the desk to the silent woman
who stood before him. Before either
moved or spoke he spokeagaln.
"Ask her she'll tell you! Ask her V
"Be quiet!" Richard said. "I don't
believe one word of It I" And then as
the girl neither raised her eyes nor
attempted to speak, he asked her, en encouragingly
couragingly encouragingly and quickly: "Harriet,
will you tell him that not one word of
that Is true?"
Harriet had risen, and was standing
at the back of the carved black chair
with both her hands resting upon It.
She had looked quietly at Blondin,
when he began to speak, and the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful white breast that her black evft;
ning gown left bare had risen once or
twice on a swift impulse to interrupt
him. But nqw she was looking down
at her laced fingers, with something
despairing and helpless In the droop
of her bright head and lowered lashes.
It had had its times of seeming
frightful to her, this secret. In the
troubled musings of the past year. But
it had never loomed so horrible andjso
momentous as now, in the silent llbna-
ry, with the eyes of the man she loved
fixed anxiously upon her. He had
trusted, he was beginning to admire
her, and like his wife' and his daugh
ter and his mother, she had failed him.
"Harriet?" he said In quick uneasi uneasiness.
ness. uneasiness. She raised her head now, and
looked at him with' weary eyes devoid
of Any expression except bewilderment
"Yes." she said, simply. "That Is
all quite true. It sounds she hes hesitated,,
itated,, hesitated,, .and groped ffor words "It
sounds as if she began and
stopped again. "But It Is all quite
truel". she finished, In the troubled
tone of a child who Is misunderstood.
MeaHed mottgh-MeaHed nighvell
door. stern-door. th his
. 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
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
Touring Car $885
Sedan - fttSS
Coupe - 13S5
Carroll Motors Company
U Easter post cards 1 cent, the best
?ahie ever for the money. The Spe
cialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.
The curtains at the French windows
in the library at Crownlands stirred
in the .breeze of the warm' summer
night, the pendulum of the big clock
behind Richard Carter moved to and
fro, but for a long time there was no
other sound In the library. Richard
had dropped his eyes, was Idly staring
at the blank sheet .of paper before
him. Royal Blondin. who brt folded
old, and Richard closed the door. He
took his chair again and reached
toward the bell that would have
brought Bottomley to summon Nina
In turn. But halfway to the bell his
resolution wavered, disappeared. In Instead,
stead, Instead, he rested his elbows on the
table, and his head In his hands, and
there sounded from his chest a great
sigh that was almost a groan.
Oh h wn tired he was tired he
too a Hrod t Tt irt oil n msu tb 6 DOy,
the girl, their mother, ; his own ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for their protection and
Rf ptv All a mss
oue ubu uevrii ucauuiui, uiai feu-,
with her golden hair. In the lamplight,
and her white arms" little raised to
rest her locked hands on the chair.
Like some superb actress of tragedy.
some' splendid and sullen prisoner at
the bar,: The slender figure in the dull
wrapping of satin, and the white' bos bosom,
om, bosom, had looked so young, so virginal,
the blue eyes were so honestly fright frightened
ened frightened and ashahied. And she had been
that bounder's wife In his arms! Di Divorced!
vorced! Divorced! Harriet Field? Poor girl,
cornered by this unscrupulous scoun scoundrel,
drel, scoundrel, this bully; with all the ugly past
dragged up like the muddy bottom of
a river, staining and clouding the
clear waters. And what a look she
had given him, there under the lamp I
"It's a iunny code," he mused. "Bar "Barbarians,
barians, "Barbarians, that's what we are, when it
comes to women. Nina, Ida, Isabelle,
Harriet all of them pay for the man man-made
made man-made rule! I shouldn't have forced
her hand In this business marriage;
it was taking an advantage of her. No
woman wants to marry for anything
but love, and if she had married for
love, she would have made a clean
breast of this old affair, of course. I
didn't exact that. We've made a nice
mess of it, all around 1
"I mustn't let her work herself Into
a fever over all this!" he found him himself
self himself thinking.
But Nina must be the first consider consideration.
ation. consideration. He must plan for Nina. He
brought his thoughts back resolutely
his daughter must break her engage engagement
ment engagement now. there was that much gained.
And for the Journey to Rio
"But why didn't she tell me!" he
Interrupted himself, suddenly. The
reference was not to Nina. Again he
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final, bos-final, 1ght 1ght-been
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saw the superb white shoulders In the nasn
sort nooa or lampiigut, auu iue
of the blue eyer that turned toward fwam
"She con'.d have killed hlml" Rich- c"
ard said. "My God I how she will lovej love
when she does lover
Why ftffIQ29.PSGO. is
ffl Just $rI02 Mi
N November 10, 1921,
the 30 x 34Usco"
was marked to sell
.This odd and closely figured
price was the lowest quotation
ever made on any tire of
A genuine pioneering step
by the makers of U. S. Tires,
Now comes a lot of different
$10.90 tires being rushed into
the market. "Special" tires,
Unfamiliar to look at with
perhaps an atmosphere of
having been made to meet
But the "Usco" still occupies
a place by itself. A good old
standby on millions of cars
years. Better than it ever was.
Still putting the emphasis
honest quality, even if it does
sell for only ten dollars
The $10.90 tire witl
the record of a proven
The tire that people
still buy for the dig
nity of its quality
regardless of the
on xawy... I
m i sir
are Goorj Tires
United States Rubber Company
TW Oldest mmd Larrmst
Nelson & Company, BeUeview, Fla.
Ramey & Company, Citra, Fla.
Kumbak Service Station, Ocala, Fla.
Tucker & Simmons, Ocala, Fla.
Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla.
Dunnellon Supply Col, Dunnellon, Fla.
W. W. Yongoe, Oklawaha, Fla.
J. C Turnipseed, Mclnto&h, Fla.
Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale, Fla.
Black Taylor, Ocala, Fla.
Florida Tire Company, Lhxanellon, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922
Punts any one of
; -- ' ""j mrffTm!'mvs&'1',r
Xi Was $225
Now 150 SS
in jlii k i .rr .si a. i
D-2 Was $75
You Save $15
' :: s
m yonar home
Act now Secure a modern, high high-grade,
grade, high-grade, brand new instrument for only
One Dollar first payment!
Fill your home with fun and real
Have a show in your home every
night, where, you, your family and
friends will be entertained by the
world's greatest musical stars
All for only $1.00 first payment! Come in
cur store at once. Examine the instruments
all fresh from their packing-cases. Select the
instrument that will harmonize with your fur
niture. We will deliver it at once.
Plenty of time
No need to pay out the full price all at once.
Pay at your leisure, a little each .month pay payments
ments payments so small you will never miss them.
Hundreds have bought in this convenient
way folks right in your neighborhood.
Come in today, while the selection of in instruments
struments instruments is complete.
der the savings
.1 prices reduced.
Look at these reduced prices. Consider what such savings
mean on a quality instrument
L-2 $275 Type Reduced to $17S
k-2 225 " 150
h-2 165 140
q-2 ISO 125
f-2 140 100
e-2 125 - 85
d-2 75 - 60
e-2 50 45
a-2 32.50 30
v v You Sare $25
' Now 45
You Save $5
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Exclusive Features of the Graf onola
You Save $40
Beautiful Columbia Streamline
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O Special Columbia Reproducer the
heart of the instrument, which makes
the music sound human.
Patented Tone Leave to control
die volume, soft or loud, to suit rooi
Columbia' Designed Tone Ampli Amplifier
fier Amplifier giving the rich, mellow, part
Come in, select youir Graomla today!
. Mail the coupon
if you cannot call
If unable to come to our sale today,
fill in and forward coupon with JL
and we win deliver instrument desired.
"Why Pay More"
Please deliver Grafonola, model at the
reduced price of .on the terms you are
Name. ................ .-.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benerolent
tad Protective Order of Elks, meets
Uit second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-Ulnffs
Ulnffs eve-Ulnffs of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
apstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R- ;
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort. King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, S2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market Phone 158. tf
Tulula Ixxlge No. 22, L O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
E. E. Converse, U. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Read the unclassified ads for profit.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C Blowers, W, M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
Dress up your Easter gifts with
those attractive seals at The Specialty
Shop, A. E. Gerig.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
V W B, Pedrkk, C U
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
, Dont ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youll get the 'best made. 21-tf
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M, on the fourtc
Friday in every month at 8 p m.
A. I Lueaa, IL P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Our EASTER CARDS are now on
display Make your selection early
while -.the stock is complete. THE
SPECIALTY SilOP; A. E. Gerig. 8-6t
ORDER OF EASTERN STA2J-,
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. C fL,
meets at the Masonic hall the seesd
and fourth Thursday evening of e&
month at 8 o'clock.
r Mrs. Suaan Cook, Secretary. :
Before you buy lathing caps csa
our complete line. Reasonable pricrs
at Bitting & Phillips Drugstore. 7-2$
OCALA EVENING STAB. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922
DESCRIJTION OF LAND S T R
NAME OF OWNER
DESCRIPTION OF LAND STB
NAME OF OWNER
- Notice in hereby-given that -the following' lands ln the City Ocala
will be sold at public auction oa
MONDAY, THE FIRST DAI OP MAT, It 32,
t the City Hall in Ocala, Marion County. Florida, or so much thereof as
itmy be necfaary to pay the amount due for City Taxes herein set opposite
the name, together with coets of such sale and advertising:
DESCRIPTION OF LAND S T R
NAME OF OWNER
90 ft e and w by 120 ft n and
h in ne cor block 13 Old
n alf lot 1 block 17 Old
all blk 21 Old Survey
Com at ne cor blk 25 Old Sur-
weJ164 ft s 112 ft e 27 f t n
112 ft e 120 ft n 112 ft
CV:n 50 ft e of w cor block 25
. Old Survey
n 112 ft e 27 ft s 112 ft w
all" lot 1 b'Vif 27" 'bid '"Survey""
,Z ft ii and h by 5t ft e and w
in ne ror lot 2 blk 27 Old
w half ex 10 ft off n end lot 3
blk 27 Old Survey
e half lot 4 blk 27 Old Survey
w half blk 32 Old Survey....
all t 2 blk 33 Old Survey.
all lot .1 blk 33 Old Survey....
100 ft n and a by 79 ft e and w
in sw r lot 3 blk 34 Old
33 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s
in s cor lot 3 blk 34 Old
J W Hunter..
C J Oliver
Mrs L. R Schuyler..
B It Chambers...
Annie E Ruth ......
J D McDufty
Mrs Lena Pedrick.... V
J D McDuffy.- wL
J W Alexander
J 24. 68
J D McDuffy...
S C McDuffy
WE PACK OUR MAROCALA ICE CREAM
so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in fine condi-
tion until used. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies, churches and all
others using ice cream in quantity,
who want the best and purest and the
most efficient service. Special terms
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
PI 07N E 2 43
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
Cook's Market and Grocery
. .. .. ."
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
t stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
r Hixtnvirrr fnrwrinf.
CaJsonihre-Spri" 20 -11-12
Enjoy Springs Charms
April and May are most delightful
months in Jacksonville. Northern vis visitors
itors visitors can enjoy the charms of spring to
the utmost in" Florida's largest city.
Florida people, too, will find much to
entertain them in Jacksonville at this
season. Their visits will be appreciated
and every courtesy extended them.
Uisitthe Matchless Ocean Beaches:
See the City's Other Attractions
The wonderful ocean beaches near Jacksonville
are particularly enjoyable in the spring. They may
be reached in a few minutes by automobile or train.
Splendid roads make motoring around Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville a pleasure. Many points of historical interest
are in the immediate vicinity. The broad St. Johns
is ideal for boating.
Daily or semi-weekly band concerts please music
lovers. Golf, tennis, etc., afford varied recreation.
A big event will be the Florida State Historical
Pageant, April 20th, 21st and 22nd this magnificent
spectacle is to be state-wide in scope and interest.
Visit Jacksonville this spring. Plenty of
accommodations, reasonably priced. For
- further information, address
City Advertising Department
Room 11 -A City Hall Jacksonville. Florida
43 ft e na.'
1 blk 23
lot 2 blk 1' :
lot 3 blk -j. ;
lot 6 Sri'
all lot 2 blk 37 Old Survey
e half lot 2 blk 3 s Old Sur-
IjtsfV" 2 3 "b lk 4 'i bid Sur "vey
Cora 2 ft of ne cor lot 4
blk 45 Old Survey
29 ft w 12S ft n 53 ft e 70 ..
ft s 30 ft e 11& ft
com T& ft s of ne cr blk 45
Old Survey w 105 ft a 49 ft
105 ft n 45 ft
6 ft e and w no w side blk
47 Old Survey 1
30 ft n and s by 55 ft e and
w in nw cor lot 1 blk 48
50 ft e nad w on w side lot
3 blk 4S Old Survey
62 ft n and on n side lot 2
blk 4'i Old Survey ..
s half lot 4 blk 43 Old Sur Survey
vey Survey all lot 1 blk 51 Old Survey ... ;
w half of e half lot 2 blk 45
Old Survey ;
lots 6 7 S i Holders sub of
w half blk 57 Old Survey
com 73 ft n of se cor blk 57
Old Survey w IS ft n 24 ft S
w 42 ft n 3 ft w 29 ft n
2S ft e 98 ti ft s 55 ft...
nw quarter blk 61 Old Survey
s iialf lot 2 blk 62 Old Survey
com 105 ft e of sw cor blk 63 ',
Old Survey' n 110 ft e 50 ft
3 110 ft w 50 ft
com 67 1-3 ft e of sw cor bkl
75 Old Survey e 93 ft n 119
ft w 93 ft s 119 ft
com 90 ft s of ne cor blk 13
New Survey South s 45 ft w
112 ft n 43 ft e 112 ft
lot 1 blk 15 New Survey
lots 1 and 4 blk 16 New Sur
n 1-2 lot 1 blk 18 New Survey
s 1-2 lot 4 blk 18 New Survey
lot 3 blk 18 New Survey
lt 1 blk 20 New Survey S'th
lot 2 blk 20 .w Survey S"th
e 2-3 blk 2 :.. -w Survey
.v on v.- side lot
:v Sur vey South
New Survey S'th
New Survey S'th
der.'s sub blk 24
New Sui ey South
lot 2 nad -7 ft n n sside lot 1
blk 20 New survey South
50 ft n and s by 73 ft e and
w in ne vt lot 4 blk 26
New Survev South
e 1-2 lot 1 blk 34 New Survey
n 1-2 lot 3 blk 14 New Survey
lot 18 New Survey North ex
lots 10 11 12 14 sub of same
n 1-2 lot c Dunn's Central ad
com 165 ft n of se cor lot D
Dunn's Cenrtal ad w 231 ft
n 198 ft e 231 ft s 198 ft....
lots 5 6 7 blk A Allred's ad..
com at se cor lot 10 blk C
Allred's ad e 60 ft n 120 ft
w 60 ft s 120 ft
w 1-2 lot 7 blk D Allred's ad
lot 6 blk H Allred's ad
35 ft e and w on w end of
s 1-2 of se 1-4 blk J Allred's
50 ft off w end lot 4 blk K
ne 1-4 lot 2 blk K Allred's ad
lots 1 2 sub of blk K All
s 1-2 and nw 1-4 lot 3 blk S
lot 4 blk 1 Allred's ad 7 15 22
s 1-2 of n 1-2 lot 1 blk 2
Allred's ad 7 15 22
lot 1 blk 4 Allred's ad 7 15 22
lots 2 3 blk 5 Allred's ad 7 15 22
lot 2 blk 6 Allred's ad 7 15 22
blk 7 Allred's ad N 7 15 22
lots 3 4 blk 9 Allred's ad 7 15 22
lot 5 blk 3 sub of blks 3 and
4 Allred's ad 8 15 22
lot 7 blk 4 sub of blks 3 and
4 Allred's ad 8 15 22
92 ft e and w by 105 ft n and
s in nw cor blk 5 Allred's
ad 8 15 22
n 1-2 lot 3 blk 5 Allred's ad.. 8 15 22
lots 3 4 blk 6 Allred's ad 8 15 22
lots 5 12 Seymour's sub blk
188 Allred's ad
s 1-3 lot 3 blk Y Allred's ad. ...
lot 14 and w 1-2 lot 15 Smith
& Daugherty ad
lot 19 Smith & Dauherty ad
n 1-2 of lot 35 Smith & Daus?h Daus?h-erty
erty Daus?h-erty ad
lot 38 Smith & Daugherty ad
lot 39 Smith & Daurherty ad
lot 42 Smith & Daupherty ad
lots 44 45 Smith & Daugherty
lot 47 and s 1-2 lot 50 Smith
& Daugherty ad
nw 1-4 lot 58 Smith & Daugh Daugh-erty
erty Daugh-erty ad
n 1-2 lot 6 Reardon's Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town lots
com 249 1-2 ft n of se cor lot
1 Reardon's Middletown
lots n 87 1-2 ft e 132 ft s
87 1-2 ft w 132 ft
lot 1 ary Grove
w 1-3 Caldwell's ad
lot 2 Caldwell's ad
lot 4 Caldwell's ad
ne 1-4 lot 6 Caldwell's ad
com 77 ft n of se cor lot 7
Caldwell's ad n 65 ft w 105
ft s 65 ft e 105 ft
com 14 ft s of nw cor lot 9
Caldwell's ad s 91 ft e 105
ft n 91 ft w 105 ft
com at nw cor lot 10 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's ad s 101 ft e 70 ft n
101 ft w 70 ft
com at se cor lot 10 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's ad n 148 ft w 56 ft
s 9 ft w 48 ft s 139 ft e
com 210 ft e of sw cor lot
29 Caldwell's ad e 70 ft n
70 ft w 70 ft s 70 ft
lots 1 and 3 Benton's sub of
lot 34 Caldwell's ad
lot 2 Benton's sub lot 34 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's ad
32 ft on s side lot 4 Benton's
sub lot 34 Caldwell's ad ...
136 ft e and w on e side lot
35 Caldwell's ad
70 ft e and w by 120 ft n and
s in nw cor lot 37 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's ad
com 80 ft e of nw cor lot
38 Caldwell's ad e 210 ft s
224 ft w 210 ft n 224 ft
lot 1 blk 3 Benjamin's sub of
lots 40 41 Caldwell's ad
lot 3 blk 3 Benjamin's sub of
lots 40 41 Caldwell's ad
195 ft e and w by 231 ft n and
s in ne cor lot 43 Caldwell's
lot 6 Hatcher's sub lot 45
com 90 ft w of se cor lot 47
Caldwell's ad w 60 ft n 226
ft e 60 ft s 226 ft
com at sw cor lot 52 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's ad e 220 ft n 150 1-2
ft e 15 ft n 311 1-2 ft w
235 ft s 462 ft.....
lot 6 Buffum's sub lots 52 55
lot 12 Buffum's sub lots 52 55
w 1-2 lot 2 Brown & Harris
sub lot 53 Caldwell's ad....
w 2-3 lot 5 league's resurvey
lots 54 59 60 Caldwell's ad
e 1-3 lot 63 Caldwell's ad
lots 8 9 blk C Oak Park
lot 2 Oklawaha Park
lot 130 Lynwood Park
lots 1 to S and lot 11 Ft King
lots 16 17 36 37 Fort King i
lots 18 19 20 21 22 27 2S 31 32
33 34 35 46 47 48 49 50 51
52 Fort King Heights
lot 40 Ft King Heights
lot A blk I Woodrow's sub
Flat Book A page 123
com 1.47 1-2 chs e of ne cor
lot 38 Caldwell's ad e 1.47
1-2 chs s 3.38 chs w 1.47 1-2
chs n 3.38 chs
com 100 ft e of se intersec intersection
tion intersection South and Watula Sts
e 75 ft s 123 ft w 75 ft n
com 76 ft s of nw cor 17 15 22
S SO ft e 105 ft n SO ft w
com 542 1-2 ft s of nw cor... 7 16 22
e 108 ft s 66 1-2 ft w 108
ft n 66 ft
lots 3 4 6 7 blk H and lots
2 3 blk I Dunn's Highland
lots 1 to 30 ex lots 5 and 8
. lot 5 Mayo's ad
lot e of and adj blk 72 Old
Survey ex 104 ft n and s by
57 ft e and w in se cor
com 255 ft and 105 ft w of ne
cor lot A Caldwell's ad w
ft n 127 1-2 ft e 70 ft n
127 1-2 ft
coin 255 ft s and 175 ft w of
ne cor lot A Caldwell's ad
w 65 ft n 127 1-2 ft e 65 ft
s 127 1-2 ft
com at sw cor lot A Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's ad n 337 1-2 ft e 470
ft s 337 1-2 ft w 47 ft
lot 24 Magnolia Place
lot 25 Magnolia Place
lots 45 4S Magnolia Place
lota SO SI Magnolia Place
lota it SS MamoUa Flaoe
Annie ; Dawkina-
Ocala Auto & Garage Co
Carmichael & Son
Carmichael & Son
Carmichael & Son
Kst ojt Susie M Mitchell
C H Stuart..
Mary H Powers..-
C C Rawls
Marion Hdw Co....
F E Harris
E L. Ditto
Mrs Mary V Roberts.
R F Rogers
C B Benton
Mrs E H Bailey ..
C B' Benton.-
L. M Xuarterman
J A Quarterman
Carmichael & Son
Carmichael & Son.
M D Jnes
Geo T Curry..
H A Griffin
Sam Christian 4.20
R A Lawrence 4.69
Mason Tison 2.33
'j J Tipton 1.54
C M Livingston 3.90
Mary Cohen 3.11
J J Tipton 1.24
J J Tipton 2.33
Mary Priest 6.56
Mrs C Rickard 2.63
J D Small 13.05
Mrs C M Todd 10.20
S M Fraier 1.24
F C Hester 32.25
P H Shafer 13.05
C M Livingston 5.48
C M Livingston 6.75
James Hall 38.25
E C Smith 3.60
C McLucas 5.48
A B Savage 2.90
C C Shooter 4.69
Carmichael & Son 41.13
F L Brown
L W Ponder
F E Harris
W R Bryant ...
Mrs D Hornberger
Mrs Mattie Pyles
Mrs F H Massey
A L McKay
E A Osborne
M M Little
PAID .. ....
F E Harris
C W Hunter ....
O C Sheppard
Mrs Isabella Sinclair..
E C Bennett
R L Lang
O B Howse ...
S A Moses
E E Robinson-
H F Watt
C B Ayer
Mrs Julia Ingram
Mrs Sue Hickson
J H Smith
R J Rivers
Young & Anderson.
Mrs A E Proctor
Mrs F L ayo
rs F L Mayo
J A Tucker
F E Harrli
B H Sanderi
E P Townsend.
J F Hall-
E B Green
A E Baprnett
lots 54 65 56 57 Magnolia Place
lots 12 3 4 Gordon's sub of
lot C Caldwell's ad
lots 5 6 Gordon's sub lot C
lots 15 16 17 IS Grodon's sub
lot C Caldwell's ad
lots 50 51 52 53 Gordon's sub
lot C Caldwells ad
lots 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64
sub lot C Caldwell's ad
lots 65 66 Gordon's sub lot C
Caldwell s ad
lots 71 72 Gordon's 6ub lot
C Caldwell's ad
lot 73 74 75 Gordon's sub lot
C Caldwell's ad
lots 76 77 Gordon's sub lot
C Caldwell's ad.
lots 54 55 56 Gordon's sub lot
C Caldwell s ad-
lot E Caldwell's ac
lots 6 7 blk 1 Palmetto Park
lots 2 9 blk 3 Palmetto Park
lots 4 5 blk 3 Palmetto Park
lots 1 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16
14 IS blk 4 Palmetto Park
lots 4 t olS inc blk 5 Pal
lots 1 to 16 inc ex lots 6 7 blk
C Palmetto Park.
lots 2 to s inc blk 7 nad lots
l to 9 inc blk S Palmetto
lot 9 Bullock's sub ne 1-4 19 15 2
com 40 ft w of nw cor lot 8
miiview w 105 ft s 180 ft
e 105 ft n 180 ft
com 26.21 ft e and 53 ft n of
sw cor ne 1-4 19 15 22
n 106 ft w 408 ft s 106 ft
e 408 ft ;
com 97 1-2 ft w of ne cor lot
& oary s ad w 69 1-2 ft s
112 ft e 69 1-2 ft n-112 ft
40 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in se cor lot 85 Gary's ad
com 40 ft w of se cor lot 85
Gary's ad w 50 ft n 112 ft
e 50 ft s 112 ft
com 90 ft w of se cor lot 86
Gary's ad w 40 ft n 115 1-2
ft e 40 ft s 115 1-2 ft
com 2 4 ft w of se cor lot
86 Gary's ad e 40 ft n
115 1-2 ft w 40 ft s 115 1-2
com 40 ft w of se cor lot 86
Gary s ad w a9 ft n 115 1-2
ft e 50 ft s 115 1-2 ft
45 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in se cor lot 87 Gary's ad
com 45 ft w of se cor lot 88
Gary s ad n 112 ft w 45 ft
s 112 ft e 45 ft
40 fte and w by 112 ft n and
s in nw cor lot 89 arv's ad
45 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in sw cor lot 88 Gary's ad
nw 1-4 lot 91 Gary's ad
60 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s 111 ne cor lot 91 Gary s ad
com 60 ft w of ne cor lot 91
Gary's da w 40 ft s 112 ft
n 40 ft e 112 ft -.
60 ft e and w by 112 ft'n and
s in nw cor lot 92 Gary s ad
com 50 w of ne cor lot 100
Gary's ad w 1 X-'l ft s 112
it e 71 1-2 ft n 112 ft
com 60 ft w of ne cor lot 90
Gary's ad w 60 ft s 112 ft
e 50 ft n 112 ft :
com 135 ft w of se cor lot 100
Gary s ad w 90 ft n 112 ft
e 90 ft s 112 ft
lot 5 6 blk 1 Lincoln Heights
lot 7 blk 1 Lincoln Heights
lot 8 blk 1 Lincoln Heights
lots 14 15 16 blk 2 Lincoln
lot 3 blk 3 Lincoln Heights
lots 8 9 10 11 12 12 blk 3 Lin-
lots 14 15 Connor's sub lots 5
and 6 Scott s survey
lots 34 35 Connor's sub lots 5
and 6 Scott's survey
com 84 ft w of se cor lot 5
Scott's survey n 112 ft w 81
ft s U2 ft e 81 ft
com at ne cor lot 7 Scott's
survey w 284 ft s 105 ft e
47 ft s 6 1-2 ft e 195 ft
com 146 ft s of ne cor lot 7
Scott's survey w 42 ft s 45
ft e 121 ft n 45 ft w 79 ft
1.92 chs n and s by 2 chs e
and w in sw- cor lot 7
com 326 ft w of se cor lot 9
Scott's survey e 126 ft n 119
ft e 40 ft n 119 ft w 114 ft
s to p o b
s 1-2 lot 2 blk 1 and 14 1-3
ft off w end lot 6 blk 1
Ditt's Revised Plat
lot 1 blk 2, Ditto's Revised Plat
lot 7 blk 2 Dittos Kev flat
lots 1 4 blk 10 Oak Ridge
12 1-2 ft so. in se cor lot l m
G Smith's ad
lot 4 ex 67 ft e and w on e
side E G SmithG s ad
com 40 ft e of nw cor lot 5 E
G Smith's ad e 45 ft s 138 1-2
ft w 45 ft n 138 1-2 ft
com at sw cor lot 5 E G
Smith's ad e 177.8 ft n IS.
ft w 40 ft n 138.6 ft w 43
ft s 138.5 ft w 58" ft s
138 1-2 ft
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and
s in sw cor lot t n. u
w 1-2 of lot 6 E G Smith's ad
w 1-2 of w 1-2 of lot IV U
lot 7 Giles sub lot 11 E G
lot 11 Giles sub lot 11 E G
Smith s ad
e 1-2 lot la fii t ami in s au
lots 6 22 52 53 Mitchell's Re
lot 8 Mitchell's Revised Plat
lot 14 Mitchell's Revised Plat
lot 33 Mitchell's Revised Plat
lots A and C Mitchell's ad
lot 2 S J Green's ad
com 60 ft w of sw cor lot 16
E G Smith's ad w 50 It n 83
ft e 50 ft s 83 ft
com at ne cor of sw 1-4 18 15 22
w 108 ft s 116 ft w 100 It s
115 ft e 20 ft n 220 ft
com 108 ft w of ne cor sw 1-4 18 15 22
w 50 ft s 11a ft e 60 it n
lot 1 blk 8 West End
lots 10 12 blk 8 West End
lots 1 2 3 4 blk 9 West End
lots 6 8 blk 9 West End
lots 10 11 blk 9 West End
lot 22 blk 9 West End
lots 13 5 7 blk 10 West End
lots 11 13 blk 10 West Kna
lots 14 16 blk 10 West End
lot 20 blk 10 West End
lot 7 blk 29 West End
lot 22 blk 29 West End
lot 2 blk 30 West End-
lot 11 blk 1 Western ad
lots 12 4 blk 2 Western ad
lots 3 4 blk 3 Western ad
lot 6 blk 4 Western ad
lots 3 5 blk 5 Western ad
lot 7 blk 6 Western ad -.
lots 1 3 5 7 9 blk 53 Santa Ma
lot 23 blk 55 Santa Maria
e 1-2 lot z ciine s aa
com 154 ft n of s wcor lot 3
Cline's ad e 112 ft n 40 ft
w 112 ft s 40 ft
lot 4 and lot 5 ex 100 ft n and
s by 50 ft e and w in sw cor
also s 1-2 lot 6 Cline's ad
n 1-2 lot 6 Cline's ad
se 1-4 lot 9 Cline's ad.
sw 1-4 lot 9 Cline's ad
n 1-2 lot 11 Cline's ad
sw 1-4 lot 12 Cline's ad
se 1-4 lot 13 Cline's ad
lot 16 Cline's ad
lot 2 sub of lot 17 Cline's ad
lot 18 Cline's ad
lot 19 ex lots 1 2 sub of
ne 1-4 lot 20 Cline's ad ...
lots 24 25 Cline's ad
lot 27 Cline's ad
lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 Tucker Hill
lot 12 Tucker Hill
lot 1 Dunn's N W ad
37 ft e and w on w end of
s 1-2 of n 1-2 lot 11 Dunn's
N W ad -
lot 18 ex 70 ft e and w by
115 ft n and s in sw cor
Dunn's N W ad
lot 9 blk D Dunn's N W ad
lots 6 8 10 blk D Dunn's N W
lot 9 blk"EDunn's N W ad
lot 13 blk E Dunn's N W ad
all blk G Dunn's N W ad
lots 2 4 6 blk I Dunn's N W
lofTn T6 T10blic K
Dunn5's N W ad
Ivts 1 3 blk L Dunn's N W ad
lots 7 11 blk L Dunn's NW ad
lots 1 3 blk P Dunn's NW ad
lots 1 212 14 blk R Dunn's N
lots 11 13 blk T DunnS's N W
lot 1 blk D Dunn's NW ad
lots 8 9 10 blk 1 r 1 Ooss ad
lots 12 13 blk 1 r 1 Gobs ad
lot 1 ex 50 ft off w side blk
3 r 2 Goss ad
50 ft e and w by 100 ft
and s in se cor lot 2 blk 4
r 2 Goss ad . 1
n 1-2 of sw 1-4 of lot 2 blk
1 r 3 Goss ad ,.
34 ft e and w oft w side lot
1 and 116 ft e and w on
Bide lot 4 blk 2 r 2 Goss ad
n 1-2 lot 7 sub of nw 1-4 of
nw 1-4 1
J C Smith
J R Rogers
S C M Thmas :
R L Anderson Jr
J R Darden
Young Melvin & Wood
D N Mathews 1
A Spring L
Mrs Lucy Savage.
C M Livingston-
J O Floyd
Mrs E G HudnelL
Jacksonville Dev Co..
Jacksonville Dev Co
Jacksonville Dev Co
Jacksonville Dev Co
Central Fla Land Co
R S Mitchell
Jas E Smith.
J D McCalL
J D McDuffy
Cand R Small
A E Jones
C M Livingston
W S Bullock
Mrs M R Thompsn.
W H Spikes
C J Phillips
E B White
R A Tate
Levi Alexander Alexander-Robert
Robert Alexander-Robert Moseley
Rachel Gill ..
R C Murray
Mary Pearson Pearson-Patsy
Patsy Pearson-Patsy Sims
C C Shooter
Annie L Fisher.
L B Mickens
I G Johnson.
Mrs A E Delouest.
Moses Maples Maples-John
John Maples-John Bell
Met R & I Co.
J W Alexander
J D McDuffy
y-Q V Queen
Carmichael St Son.
S M Middleton
B V M Graham
C C Shooter-
E D Mack
J D McCalL
lie:-.' j va A t-
Eli JOT. A REAL H0LIDAT DffiSEH
ENJOY A HOLIDAY DINNER
al th.ia restaurant n Easter repast
which vnll be different from the usual
home meal and vet one that you, your
wife and your friends will thoroughly
enjoy. The freshest and best of foods,
well cooked and served. Everything
the best at..
"100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
; 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
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co,
BUICK DEALERS ;
Oklawaha Ave; Phone 8
C. V. Roberts & Co.
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Ocala & S W R R Co.
S H Hadley
P W Ditto
H H Brower
H C Chamberi
S H Hadley
M c Falans
H C Chambers!-
T J Redding
C M Livingston
E H Wilson
Koaa Falana ...
C U Iirlncrston
Annie B Savage-
Carmichael G& So.
H C Chambers
C M LJvinfstB
K F Rogers
W J Nelson r
F W Ditto
N J Paltka
City Tax GeXUctor.
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL'
Geo. May ( Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT:
Visitors to Jacksonville
Adams St, Near Main
Cordially invites you and
Located in the heart of the city
and equipped with every mpd mpd-ern
ern mpd-ern convenience.
Rates 1J0 Up
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Tims)
SEABOARD AEt LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 axa
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1:17 pm Jacksonville- S:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 an
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee ltS5pni
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:C5pxa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. B.
i :27 am Jacksonviile-NTork ZSus
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 1:24 pa
6-42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
i.33am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 sua
3:24 pm St Pet&brg -Lakeland 1:25 pra
7:IU am Uunnellon-wiicox
7:25 am Dunelkn-Lkeiand ll:C3pza
1:30 pm Homosassm 1:25 pa
10:15 pra Leesburg : 6:42 asa
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 sua
Monday, Wednesday, Friday. f
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922
; If you have any local or society
:Xl!; terns for the Star, call five-one.
. Mr. Kelley of the Kelly Music Co.
of Gainesville "was a business visitor
in Ocala today.
iiiay be brought to our city next year
and it is interesting- to know the
Chautauqua is being so well received
SERVED IN WORLD WAR AT 70
Lieutenant Colonel Wood Began
Flflhtlng for His Country at Age
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
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp have re returned
turned returned from a very pleasant stay oi
I several weks in Asheville.
& If youH try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that you'll be
V a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
Mr flranfnrH Stn-nHlov wVin hn;
rTjbeen visiting his mother, Mrs. S. A.
4 1 Standley for several days, has gor.e to
I Gainesville, where he has a position in
The members of the city council
and City Manager Brumby left this
morning- in a car to tour the counties
and citits 'south of Ocala on an inspec- j
tion of roads and streets. It is the j
desire of these officials to investigate
thoroughly all types of paving which ;
are being used by our sister cities i
and counties in an effort to secure the j
very best type for Ocala. Mayor Peek j
was unable to make thet rip with the j
party but expects to meet them in j
Tampa in the morning. j
Mrs. J. G. Parrish has as her guests
her grandmother, Mrs. M. Hunt of j
( v" Sit)
Rockville, Ind... and
Hattie Beffelf of
The ladies have
winter at Fort I
home will spend a
i :n ucaia.
her aunt, M.S.
Indianapolis. Ind, j
been spending the j
iver and en : ou ;
,vejk or ten dsvs i
tA&ORCD AT rASHIOrt RRK
New Easter Showing
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
Silks, Gabardines, Tropicais, Reali
Imported Chantung Silks
STRAW HATS i OR PARTICULAR MEN
the First National Bank.
our fish at Crescent Grocery
Phone 562. 4-3-tf
Mr. E. E. Converse is home from a
visit to his old home in Massachusetts.
We have your size, your choice m
color and style. Palm Beach suit3.
Joseph Malever, Goldman's eld f-tp.rj.
New Irish potatoes 75 cents a peck
at the U-SERVE STORES. 12-3t
Miss Elizabeth Bennett leaves this
afternoon for a short visit in Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee as the guest of Mrs. Dillard, for formerly
merly formerly Miss Elizabeth Ledbetter of
Summerfield and Ocala. Miss Bennett
had planned to leave yesterday but
had to postpone her visit a day on ac ac-coutn
coutn ac-coutn of unforseen circumstances.
$ SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLYi
500 MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS HALF PKICE
250 STRAW HATS, VALUES UP TO $4.00-$1.95
New Spring Furnishings With Individuality
I Ladies' Shoes! Ladies' Shoes!
BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR STYLES &
White Kid Grecian Spanish Heel, Fawnl
and. Brown Suede Combination, Patent ana;
Grey Combination Sandals, Grey Suede Grc-f&
cian Sandals, Patent Pumps and ivory:
: Trimminns, Brown Suede 2 Straps, Junior?
; Heel; Patent Sandals, Cuban Heel; Black Sat
In Cleopatra Sandals.
DiaIt Vaupc Mauj UhJlo IV o Hnvo VmiT if.
1 lUUlk) 11UII II 11111 II j uuiv iwu
Size and Style
? ? ? ? ? ? ?"
One of the most remarkable war
;ecfrds ver brought to light i. that
01S of Lleut. Col.
xf4i7;f Marshall W.
f wood, u. s. a.
; (retired) of
l"cf3mr' Boise, Idaho, who
began fighting for
his country In
the Civil war at
the age of fif-
;r jilf ieen years ana,
ft"". N li after surviving
v", -'S. s
tmupuisus in me
Indian and Span Spanish
ish Spanish Amerl can
wars, entered tire
".Vi-ild war when seventy years ola.
serving nearly three years.
Today, although seventy-five years
-!!. 'u.(fl V(X;d is inspector genera!
of tne Grand Army of the RepuMic.
' is .h;;?,Iain of the John Regan
post of tiie American Legion. Boise,
Idaho, which he organized and served
us its first commander.
Color el Wood was born June 4,
iv:r. riftt't-a years later he was
bearing a musket in the Civil war. He
was twice wounded during this serv service.
ice. service. Later, he served in the Indian
v. fu as senior medical officer in two
expeditions against the Cheyenne and
S". nix. In the Spanish-American war
h wis chief surgeon of the First di division
vision division of the Fifth army corps from
its -i ani;it on until its abadonment
after the Santiago campaign.
In the World war Colonel Wood was
on active d"ty from June 28, 1910, un until
til until I-Vl rua-v 2S. V.UV. He was under
fire in all except the World war and
recti ved thiee r. euis for distin-sui-hed
New Irish potatoes 75 cents a peck j
at the U-SERVE STORES. 12-3t i
JUDGE THE QUESTION
Mr. E. J. Nix of Jessup, Ga., is in
the city on a visit to his mother, Mrs.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. Neal Harris, Seaboard agent at
Orlando, has been in the city for a
brief visit to his family.
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your h .aie.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
j you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what puie ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill 1
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
S. Player Music at THE GIFT
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
"U-Serve" Store No. 5, in the Mer Merchant's
chant's Merchant's block, is doing a fine business.
Mrs. Fred Vogt is the presiding good
New assortment of styles, colors and
sizes in genuine Palm Reach Suits at
12.50. Joseph Malever, Goldman's
old stand. 7-tf
o "I He.
ex. a, your eyes win
you care lor
eyes tha better
UNIVfcrtSITY ADOr-TS SCOUTING
Two boy scout troops have been in installed
stalled installed in the Minimum department of
the i'niversity of Notre Dame. Indiana.
1 ev. Ja'res Btirs. president of the
university, has rKs to say:
"Aft-'v 'rr.e .ing the bov s-iut
movement under Catholic leadership
and realizing the good it is aceoinplish-
ng among our boy throughout the
Fnited States br iuculcat'ng sucli vir virtues
tues virtues as kindness, obedience and rever reverence.
ence. reverence. I take great pleasure in giving
ti-v indov? ement to this praiseworthy
. m'. a -id wiii ti; 'i i can in a prac prac-1;fal
1;fal prac-1;fal way to furt'e- the movement
L r( at thv '.... ri1y of Notre
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Opticiar
Eyesight Fvit. ialist
Miss Ruth Ervin, who came up
from St. Petersburg to attend the
Fraser-Sipple wedding, has returned
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
Mr. Richard T. Colson of Louisville.
Ky., left on the A. C. L. his after afternoon
noon afternoon after a few days visit to his cou cousin,
sin, cousin, Mr. C. R. Tydings.
LET US SHOW YOU
GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE CO.
Y. M. B. O. D.
" Style Headquarters
EASTER BASKETS for the chil children
dren children at the GIFT SHOP. 12-3t
AND BUILDER i
Careful estimates made on all con- ;
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other :
I contractor in the city. j
Mr:iy Gra- t are Unmarked.
Because of a snoriage of government
rave-m:M kers and t!ie failure of
f-ontrress to appropriate funds for
I j-'r ; :i" i, t! e :r;aves of thousands
of Anifiii-ans killed overseas are un unmarked
marked unmarked in this country, according to
a re port of the American Legion, tiled
at V.'a-hington. The legion's leg?s!a leg?s!a-'ive
'ive leg?s!a-'ive coi.imitiee will petition !u
oiuress in set a ide sufficient funds
io .i v. :.( purchase of a marker for
, rr:: e. as required by law.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhagh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander. )
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
When you want reliable insurance,!
fire or life, let me show you the propo- j
sitions offered by some of the strong- j
est companies in tha land.
WHEN IN NEED "OF
Plumbing or Electrical Wfefk
OPPOSITE HARRINGTON HALL
Estimates Cheerfully Given
ONLY EXPERIENCED HELP USED
F. W. DITTO, Agent.
Easter card? the Gibson line, The
Specialty Shop A. E. Gerig.
Ladies and men's bathing suits tn
novelty weaves, all wool. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. 21. B. O. D. tf
See our new White Kid Cleopatra :
Sandals. All sizes and widths. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing .Shoe Company. Y.
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf
Army Corn Beef Hash at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. 10-St
Steam Hmcd tl 50 tax Cft n cunntBao, Cemmwni B
Ewytfw. lnhtanofCy Sod for Booklet.
W1NDLE W. SMITH. PWV.
Look for this name on the show win windows
dows windows and on the sidewalk, in the door doorway
way doorway of our new and modern store
next to the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
That is if you care to take advantage
of all new goods bought for you on
this year's lowest market Naturally
everyone knows the advantage we
have over competition that is loaded
with war price stock.
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
Bearing the Genuine Label
BOY'S PALM BEACH SUITS
Sizes 8 to 18
Specially priced at $8.50 and
THE FAMILIAR NAMES OF
Rev. Albert Beutenmueller of j
Lowell paid the Star a pleasant visit
yesterday. Rev. Beutenmueller was
formerly in cfiarge of the First Evan-;
helical church of Tampa but now has ;
charge of the United Evangelical
rhurch of Lowell.
The Gift Shop
Pianos & Players
harrington Hell Corner
New spring styles in White Kid
Sandals for particular women. Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company. Y.
M. B. O. D. 4-7-tf
isit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
r3 a beauty vou will like it. tr
The Star regrets that Hardy Croom
has had to go back to the hospital for
j more treatment on his injured leg.
Hardy has had nearly two yenrs of
; trouble with that Ier. but has hir-nt
' bravely. His friends hope this
peration will cure him.
BARGAINS IN NEW AND
USED BUILDING MATERIAL
Salvaged Lumber, clean and
new appearing, mostlv No. 1,
Y. P ?3 to $18 per M.
Hot Air Heaters guaranteed to
heat 8-room house. .. .$50.00
Six-Light White Pine "Window
Sash in perfect erudition,
price 7oc. each
Screen Doors, in perfect condi condition
tion condition 75c.
100,000 Gal. Wood Trmk and
Tower" less than 14 price.
NEW PLUMBING GOODS
W?tn- Closets comph te with
enameled tank, china bowis.
guaranteed seat $24.00
Write for complete nrice lists.
The Camp Jt.hnsl ) t SaNuv.- Co.
Box 48. JaeksonvK'- r'-.
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c: three times 50c; six times 75c; one
i ont'i 00. All accounts payable In
...;vae except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts:
WANTED Ford truck. State condi condition.
tion. condition. Also want Holstein calves
th ee weeks to six months old. B.
Hahn. Ocala, Fla. 12-lt
FOR SALE A nicely located two two-sx
sx two-sx ry, six room house with all mod modern
ern modern conveniences; clothes closets
and fireplaces in every room; large
hallways; good garage; large lot
an 1 on a desirable street, close in.,
about four blocks from courthouse.
Can be purchased from owner only.
Terms can be arranged. This is a
good investment for somebody, and
house is now rented. Do not answer
t less you mean business. Address
P. O. Box 293. 4-12-6t
tOR SALE One worm drive one-ton
Ford truck. All new tires. Runs
good p"d looks rood. See this one
if j-u'-e in r.e.d o' a truck. B. F.
Condon, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
1 1 1 It it f f
I tuilillili lilllil II
I! 11111)11! I
YOUNG "BROTHERS HATS NoncBcttcr Made
FRIEDMAN-SHELBY SHOES For Men and Women
RED GOOSE SCHOOL SHOES For Girls and Boys
Arc Among Oar Dependable Lines
Cr. J.FXT Apartment, six rooms
u 'wo s' -ejing perches, furnished
( r unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. H.
Haroi-: r- M:s. J. W. Dumas, tf
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Croc Croc-a
a Croc-a hoa-.itv v-.u will likn it.
-v r g
r. :"a:o r.r ?. IKING Let me
fx that leaky radiator. Expert
f '.-orkmt .v Wo.'k guarantee d. Fen-r.'-;r
nr.d be ::y w-jrk a speciality. All
-inds ol'Iering. Auto Radiator
- -pair Sh r, 121 We;: BroaJ-
: v n-p.i". 10-t5
Thr word BUTTERNUT I r.krd int
your loaf o2 broad is a guarantee that
t is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
- C r
l Any Coniori.
,r. t f Tlf 1
St V. S
I STAR Li
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. j
T. J. Register will be grieved to learn R'jt
of the death of their infant son which j
occurred l?.st nigh tat 7:30 o'clock, i v,
The funeral services will take place
at two o'clock today, and will be held ;
at the grave in Greenwood annex.;
where interment will be made. Sam j ,.
R. Pyles & Company have char ere of t-r at
tiAL la.EH INN OPEN
VHE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
HATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued
MO VS. PACK, SHIP
on Cotton, Aotcmobi:e, Etc.
10NG DISTANCE jsOVlNfc
j The Gainesville News says: '"The
; Redpath Chautauqua has proved a
success and pleasure to all. The lec lecture
ture lecture Saturday evening by Thomas
Brooks Fletcher was enthusiastically
received by the audience, while the
concert by Gretchen Cox & Company
was a fitting climax for the wonderful
lecture." The foregoing will be of
interest to Ocalans. The support of
many of our people has been pledged
that the Redpath entertainments
l?tt. Texas. Mrs. yacnie Ms Ms-r
r Ms-r Route 3. thu place, stat:;:
f ;rce year- ;-eo I was in a
riiical cognition. I had b.-a
- : r..-.- soii'-e- 3. To t'-'-i Is -f
ouji be- imr os'Sible.
j : : hurt over. I couldn't .-it,
' ..r lay with any cciafort, riy
k. sides Vrd h-ad all gave me a
isr at -leal or tr.-nble.
- I wa? pspeciu'ly bothered with a
,-..:;u:ir:;:i? in ir.y hesd.
, ;e were very i:ner.sy about me aa J
.: ra: tz r;'iiiv3c to see 1? a
r. re would do me ar.y seed.
",' stoj'i ed at a sister-ii.-laWs an-1
she beire a great believer in Cardui,
ai'.:?a s.a why I didn't use it. I de decided
cided decided to try it
"I tad only tsl-ren a few doses when
I felt It would d" me goo. i.rs
s-a' e h- : and T used it met al-
r.n it did me just a world of ?i
i eine wmcn lime i aave never ceacu
to praise Cariui."
Cardui is for simple female com complaints
plaints complaints and womanly pains and hr.3
bean found to benefit in thousands of
such cases when not due to rnalfor'
mation or that do not require surgical
treatment. Try it. iC-136a
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
1 ath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave-ruc-.
FOR SALE One Ford touring body,
one Ford roadster body. Can be
jeen at Adams & Morrison garage,
Oklawaha Ave. 31-12t
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
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
IT ir Mini- A MmMAfmyMi! m ii.iii. i i i i
1 V N
"OT U0E BY A TRUST
A can of Calumet Baking
Powder will make more pies,
cakes, biscuits, muffins, etc.
then a can of most other
It lasts longer goes farther be because
cause because it contains more than the or or-dinrxy
dinrxy or-dinrxy lecvcning strength there therefore
fore therefore you use less.
When a recipe calls for two tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons of baking powder, use two
level teaspoons of Calumet, the re re-sjlts
sjlts re-sjlts will always be the same
perfectly raised bakings remem remember
ber remember this when you buy baking pow-
der and don't forget that Calumet
is the economic buy because it goes
A pound can of Calumet contains full
2c7. Some baking powders comein
12 oz. ins ead of iG oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it.
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