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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Tuesday. TEMPERATURES This morning, $ ihm aftesrono, 92.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5.57; Sets, 6:57 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 91
SIGNED A TREAT?
AT RAPALLO SUNDAY
ATTEMPT TO LAY
IKE COLLINS OUT
SHOT HIS WIFE
AID THE GROWERS
Stingy Members of Congress Continue
In Attempt to Underman Our
Fighting Ships i
Washington, April 17. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The taking of a record
vote in the House this week on the
, amendment to the navy bill increasing
the enlisted force was made certain
today when Chairman Madden, of the
appropriatipns committee, and Repre Representatives'
sentatives' Representatives' Byrnes, ranking democrat
of the sub-committee which prepared
the bill, announced themselves in fa favor
vor favor of a poll. The measure passed the
House in committee of the whole Sat Saturday
urday Saturday by a forty-seven majority, with without
out without a record vote.
LEAVE OUT MERCHANT MARINE
v NAVAL RESERVE
An agreement has been reached by
Secretary Denvy and Chairman Las Las-ker,
ker, Las-ker, of the shipping board, to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate the provision in the pending ad administration
ministration administration ship subsidy bill for a
merchant mare naval reserve. The or organization
ganization organization of an adequate naval re reserve
serve reserve will be left to separate legisla legislative
tive legislative treatment in measures to be pro proposed
posed proposed by the navy department.
IGNORANT OF DIPLOMATIC AF AFFAIRS
FAIRS AFFAIRS The state department is understood
to be preparing to call the attention
of the Senate labor committee to the
usual diplomatic immunity of foreign
ambassadors in connection with the
committee's subpoena of Boris Bakh Bakh-meteff,
meteff, Bakh-meteff, last accredited Russian ambas ambassador
sador ambassador here, to testify in its investiga investigation
tion investigation of the affairs of General Seme Seme-noff.
noff. Seme-noff. The impression was given at the
department that Bahkmeteff still
might reasonably be regarded as a
full-fledged ambassador despite the
fact that the Kerensky government
which sent him here went out of exist existence
ence existence five years ago.
The government today won in the
supreme court in a case brought by
the United Shoe Machinery Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation and others o have set aside the
restraining order prohibiting them
from using certain lease clauses in
their contracts for rental of patented
TOWN IN ILLINOIS TORN
UP BY A TORNADO
Centralis, 111., April 17. One baby
was killed and two persons are in the
hospital here in a critical condition,
the result of a tornado which struck
Irvington yesterday. The total injur injured
ed injured number between fifty and seventy seventy-five.
five. seventy-five. Fifteen residences and business
houses were destroyed or badly dam damaged.
aged. damaged. The town has 300 population.
NORFOLK A FAVORITE
RENDEZVOUS FOR FIRE
Norfolk, April 17. Twelve govern government
ment government buildings on Fisherman's Isl Island
and Island in Chesapeake Bay, burned Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. Unofficial estimates
say the loss may reach $100,000. The
weather bureau station, hospital and
one other building were saved. The
island was used during the war as a
quarantine camp, and later an obser observation
vation observation station.
STOCK MARKET GIVEN
A SUDDEN SHOCK
New York, April 17. The prolong prolonged
ed prolonged advance in the stock market was
broken today by the sharp decline of
several favorite speculatives. Steel
and oils led in the break from one to
CYCLONE SWPT CENTRALIA
Centralia, Iil., April 17. Reports
state that seven persons were killed
and about thirty-five injured, some
seriously, in a tornado which struck
this section tarly today.
SHE DIDN'T QUALIFY
ON THIS SIDE
Newark, N. J., April 17. Mrs. j
Maud Fancher who Thursday killed
her infant son and then swallowed
poison, "declaring- in a letter to her
husband she wished to be his spirit I
guide, died today.
The Russian Bear and the German
Wolf Agree to Cancel Their
Genoa, April 17. (By Associated
Press). A treaty between Germany ft
and Russia was signed at Rapallo yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the signatories being the for foreign
eign foreign ministers .of the two countries.
The treaty nullifies the Brest-Litovsk
treaty an4 re-establishes full diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic relations on an equality basis.
The Russian-German treaty pact
cancels all war claims, as well as the
claims arising from nationalization of
UPSET THE ALLIES
Genoa, April 17. (By Associated
Press). Premier Facta of Italy, as
president of the economic conference,
issued a sudden summons this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a conference at 3 o'clock of
heads of the inviting powers now in
Genoa. It is believed oner' reason for
the conference was the announcement
of the signing of the Russo-German
treaty. It was announced that the ob object
ject object of the meeting was to adjust by
consultation the attitude of the Allies
toward the Russian question.
FLORIDA GRAND LODGE IN
SESSION IN SUNSHINE CITY
St. r-ttersburg, April 17. The Flor Florida
ida Florida Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. and the
Rebakah Assembly opened their an annual
nual annual convention here today.
.Eastlake, April 14. Mrs. E. W.
Lee has been visiting Dr. and Mrs.
James E. Klock at their beautiful
Weirsdale home, Oakwood Heights.
Miss Mabel Mudge of Lynne, Mass.,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mason of Or Or-land,"
land," Or-land," Maine, and Mrs. Marilla Rob Rob-bins
bins Rob-bins and Mrs. Addie Carpenter- of
Spencer, Mass., who have been spend spending
ing spending the winter in Eastlake, will start
for their northern homes next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Salbert Saffold of
Cleveland, Ohio, who have been win wintering
tering wintering in Eastlake and are now in
Ocala, were at the lake Wednesday
and stayed at Tamblyn Inn and with
Miss S. J. Rogers.
Mrs. J. E. Klock and Mrs. E. W.
Lee were hostesses Tuesday at the
regular afternoon tea.
' Mr .and Mrs. Edward Johnson, who
have been here for the winter at the
MacKay house, have gone to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a few days, and will then go
to Atlanta to visit Mr. and Mrs. Meth Meth-ven.
ven. Meth-ven. From there they will go to
Washington, and then to their home
Mrs. Kslock and Mrs. Walter R. Lee
took charge of the community supper
at the club house Friday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Lassier, their
son Roland, and grandson little John
Lassier, and Mr. William Arbour will
leave Monday to motor to their home
in Worcester, Mass. They have been
at Eastlake all winter, living in their
pretty little bungalow which Dr. Las Lassier
sier Lassier has recently completed.
A merry party of young people,
chaperoned by two delightful young
teachers, motored from Leesburg
Thursday afternoon for a beach party
at the lake. They spent the afternoon
swimming, had their supper on the
"flat," and danced by candlelight in
the pretty clubhouse. They were
loud in their praises of Eastlake and
the courtesy which allowed them the
privilegeof a gay time in the club clubhouse.
house. clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tamblyn, Mrs.
William Perham and Mrs. E. W. Lee
will start for Jacksonville next Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, and go from there to Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, where they will sail for home on
the Savannah Line. The Tamblyns
will go to Honesdale, Pa., for the sum summer;
mer; summer; Mrs. Lee to Mount Vernan, N.
Y., and Mrs. Perham to Garden City,
L. I. They have rll been wintering at
Tamblyn Inn, with the exception of
Mrs. Lee, w4io has been in her own
cottaere on New York avenue. Miss
Tamblyn will remain at the Inn which
is still open for guests.
Mrs. Harry Vanetta of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, who has been in Orlando for the
winter, will come to Eastlake Satur Saturday
day Saturday and spend two weeks at Tamb Tamblyn
lyn Tamblyn Inn.
FORDS FOR SALE
A brand new Ford touring car.
A first class 1919 Ford touring car.
A Ford cut down or "skeeter."
Apply to R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 13-3t
Assassins Attack Chief of Free State
Government, but Were
Dublin, April 17. (By
the life of
Press). An attempt on
Michael Collins, head of tne provis provisional
ional provisional free state government, was made
here shortly after midnight. Collin's
was on his way home when a group of
men, some armed, rushed at the car in
which Collins and party were riding,
Collins apparently being the special
target. The "Collins party returned
the fire and one of the attackers was
CAREFUL, MAYOR CAMPBELL
Florida Law Does Not Authorize You
In Establishing Whipipng
DeLand, April 17. Mayor Camp Campbell
bell Campbell declared today in municipal court
that unless misdemeanors are abated
here the city would establish a whip whipping
ping whipping post.
, The grand jury is still investigating
the Shields case.
The sheriff's officers bagged another
bunch of bootleggers Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Officers Wiggins and Morgan
were sashaying around, bewailing the
fact that people were so good they
had no chance to earn their salaries
when they ran across a warm trail of
hooch. Out beneath the swaying pines,
a mile or two north of town, they
found four men gathering around a
fcVdobile. WTien these parties saw
the officers, they tried to do a mara-
I thon thru the woods, but came to a
halt when lead began to sing around
their ears. The booze six and a half
cases and the benzine buggy, belong belonged
ed belonged to one Frank Hazard and a Cuban.
The other two men were "innocent
bystanders." Hazard obtained bond
to the amount of $1000, but the Cuban
had to stay in jail. Marion is a very
unhealthy county for bootleggers.
Dunnellon, April 13 Misses Louise
Singleton and Margarets Savary of
Inverness were week-end visitors to
Mrs. A. L. Neville.
Miss Inez Rives spent a few days
with Miss Emma Wooten at Camp's
Dam this week.
Mrs. G. J. Pedrick made a business
trip to Williston Tuesday.
Wednesday opened the cucumber
shipping season, several hundred
crates leaving this section. Beans
have been shipped from here the past
E. F. Hoyt of St. Petersburg, state
K. of P. insurance agent, is in town.
B. F. Meredith will be ready for
business on April 15th. He is open opening
ing opening a first class grocerteria in the
building formerly occupied by Henry
The ladies of the Methodist church
were pleased at the financial and so social
cial social -success of the chicken supper
they served down town Saturday
night, the proceeds of the sale going
to the Methodist parsonage fund.
Mr. W. J. Mixson and Rev. M. M.
Reynolds motored to Micanopy Tues
day to attend a meeting of the
j Presbyterian session at that place this
Mr. Sam Feinberg and sister, Mrs.
Sara Jtosenfelt made a business trip
to Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. A. R. Haven visited Miss
Louise Stampel in Jacksonville last
The packing house near the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard depot is completed and ready
for use by the truck growers.
Miss Rosa Lee Guess of Williston
is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. W. Petr
Sixty' tons of rock were shipped
this week. The phosphate industry
looks a little brighter.
The soDhomore class of the D. H.
S. will present the comedy play, Mrs.
Briggs of the Poultry Yard, Friday
evening, April 14th.
Dunnellon is getting good mail
: service now, the Sunny Jim train
! carrying mail daily from Ocala.
i Mrs. Etta Myers visited Ocala
Dr. G. R. Holden of Jacksonville,
i spent two days last week with Dr. J.
F. Curry, enjoying a fishing trip to
Messrs. W. W. King and E. J. Jones
motored to Ocala Wednesday.
W. F. Clark Saved a Tampa Jury
From the Trouble of Recom Recommending
mending Recommending Him to Mercy
Tampa, April 17. (By Associated
Press). W. F. Clark, forty-two, and
a blacksmith, jumped from an auto automobile
mobile automobile at a corner in the downtown
business district today, shot his wife
to death with a rifle and then killed
himself with a pistol. The woman
who was his second wife, had been
separated from Clark for some time
and filed a suit for divorce. In a
cross bill for divorce the husband
charged his-wife with infidelity. The
woman was struck by seven bullets
and after the first shot had been fired
cried "Please don't shoot any more."
ALL KNIGHTS SHOULD ATTEND
THE MEETING THIS EVENING
This will be a specially large eve evening
ning evening for the K. of P. Four esquires
will be promoted to knighthood, a
good-sized delegation will be here
from Dunnellon, and there will be
good music. Let no member stay
away if he can help it.
Oxford, April 13. We are now pre preparing
paring preparing to put Oxford on the map sure
enough. Some time ago we met pur pursuant
suant pursuant to an advertised call and by a
vote of ayes and nays incorporated
Oxford, elected officers and thought
we had things going punctiliously,
but the corporation was contested and
knocked out before breakfast by the
supreme court of Oxford. A commit committee
tee committee was sent to the high courts of
Bushnell to see if we had incorporated
down there. We hadn't. Then the
community went to the highest courts
of Ocala to see if we were incorporat incorporated
ed incorporated up there. We weren't. Now then
there is another incorporation meet meeting
ing meeting to be held shortly to see if we can
get an incorporation that will stand
the test of the Oxford supreme court.
There are two men interested in
this part of the earth who will make
considerable improvement with our
co-operation. One is Mr. W. E. Lee,
the big promoter of Plant City, who
has interests in fruit and truck most
all over the state, and some in Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. The other is Mr. H. P. Leon Leonard
ard Leonard of New York city, who has al
ready bought several building lots,
and will soon begin to erect what we
understand will be nice up-to-date
bungalows for homeseekers and a
modern home for himself.
"Big fire at Anthony." Ocala Star.
No wonder, when the house was occu occu-pied
pied occu-pied by "Burns."
Representative Mayo of Summer
field was in Oxford the ether day,
looking over the big packing house.
Mr. W. E. Lee of Plant City motor
ed through Oxford last week from
Alabama, and stopped in town long
enough to see how his interests at this
place were progressing.
Miss Pauline Nichols, Miss Ida
fore, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nichols and
several other Long Hammock folks,
were mingling with friends in Ox Oxford
ford Oxford Saturday.
- Several Oxford people have attend attended
ed attended the tent meetings now in progress
at Ocala the past week. Among them
were Mr. E. H. Hurst, Rev. D. A.
Martin, Mr. O. E.' Martin and others.
If one would take the Sumter Coun County
ty County Times seriously, they might think
there was oil in Sumter. Don't get ex
Mr. J. J. Caruthers, one of Cole Coleman's
man's Coleman's leading citizens, was looking
the situation over around Oxford one
day last week.
Foreman George M. Dudley is stuck
on Oxford, but his home being in
Plant City, the attraction on Sunday
is down there, so he and Mr. Clifford
Hutchinson and another Plant City
boy motored down last Saturday.
Mrs. William Lyles and her father,
Mr. Pritchett of Summerfield, were
visiting in Oxford last Sunday after
Just as we expected, that brick
mason crew was fired from he Ox Oxford
ford Oxford packing house job, when it was
finished, and sent to Summerfield. It
seems that they finished up there last
Saturday and will be moved soon to
a packing house job at Wildwood.
STUDEBAKER FOR SALE
A 1921 model Studebaker Special
Six, fully equipped and in first-class
condtiion. Apply to Ocala Cadillac
Company, Ocala, Fla. 13-3t
Meetings of Great Interest to be Held
Wednesday and Thursday
Two important meetings will be
held in Ocala this week. Wednesday
night at eight o'clock in the court courthouse
house courthouse there will be a good roads meet meeting
ing meeting to be addressed by Mr. Charles
O'Conner, field secretary of the A. A.
A. Thursday night at eight o'clock
there will be a meeting of the Marion
County Chamber of Commerce at its
headquarters for the purpose of con considering
sidering considering the resolutions of the recent
good roads meeting in St. Augustine
in regard to the various forms of tax
and license for raising money for
highway construction. At the Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night meeting also, there will be
a discussion of the advisability of hav having
ing having a nextra session of the legislature
to make the gasoline tax good, and a.
vice president of the Florida Sate
Association for Capital Removal will
The American Automobile Associa
tion has recently established a branch
in the southeast with headquarters at
Montgomery. Motor clubs affiliated
with the A. A. A. are now being es
tablished in the counties of Florida.
These clubs are not being established
and affiliated with the A. A. A. unless
the people in the county request that
they be established. The A. A. A. is
a national organization of twenty
years standing and as Mr. O'Conner
pointed out on his recent visit to
Ocala, there is no affiliation between
the A. A. A. and the Florida State Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Association. At present the
American Automobile Association has
begun a movement to put in passable
condition by October 1st, 1922, a high highway
way highway from Chicago to Fort Myers and
a highway from New York to Miami.
Mr. O'Conner asks that the people of
the county attend the meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night to hear the purposes and
plans of the A. A. A. explained. There
will be no club formed in this county
unless the people want it after hear hearing
ing hearing what Mr. O'Conner has to tell
them. The Marion County Chamber
of Commerce urges the people of
Ocala and Marion county to hear Mr.
O'Conner. Arrangements have been
made to organize motor clubs in every
county in Florida along the route
from Chicago to Fort Myers with the
exception of Marion county.
The recent decision of the Florida
supreme court in regard to the gaso
line tax has brought to a head the
question of funds for highway con
struction in the state. The discussion,
therefore, of the methods of raising
revenue for highway construction is
an important one.
AN EASTER, AFFAIR
The "True Blues;' of the Methodist
Sunday school had a most delightful
outing at "Triangle Farm" Saturday
afternoon, going out in a truck at 3:30,
Mrs. J. D. McCaskill had invited her
little neighborsand so there were two
factions, each alternately serving the
other, which with its uniqueness made
Two Easter egg hunts were enjoy'
ed, with several Easter contests, all
corect answers being credited with
Easter eggs or candy rabbits. In
these Poly Smith and Hazel Ritckett-
son led with Lillian Young and Mary
Watson on the other side.
To the strains of the victrola the
guests marched into the parlor where
little Mary Elizabeth Howell with Ed Ed-monia
monia Ed-monia Griffin pulled a ribbon, scat scattering
tering scattering Easter cards, bearing the
names of each and corresponding with
tiny cards on the dining room table
most attractively laid with Easter
napkins, into each of which was tied
two kinds of cake and accompanied by
a souvenir Easter egg. Ice cold fruit
ade was served on the veranda with
home made mints, marshmalows and
Altho not quite complete, the Mc
Caskill dwelline. one of our most
modern suburban homes, is an ideal
place for gatherings of this kind, and
on this occasion, was artistically dec
orated in trailing vines, palms, mag
nolias, nasturtiums, pink and white
oleanders, jasmine and Easter lilies.
Mrs. McCaskill and Mrs. M. M. lit little
tle little were assisted in "entertaining by
the former's neighbors, Mrs. Howell,
Mrs. Youne. Mrs. Griffin and Miss
There were thirty-four invited guests
and the McCaskill family spared no
pains in making this Easter affair one
to be long remembered by those for
tunate enough to be present.
Representative of the Bureau of Mar
kets and Crop Estimates Here
To Confer witJi the Farmers
At a meeting of the marketing
committee of the Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, Saturday afternoon at four
o'clock, Mr. Robert Bier and Mr. C.
W. Hauck, investigators in marketing
of the Bureau of Markets and Crop
Estimates of the United States De
partment of Agriculture, outlined the
new federal standard grades for fruit
and vegetables. Mr. Bier and Mr.
Hauck are making a survey of Mar
ion county and announced at the meet meeting
ing meeting on Saturday that a representa representative
tive representative of the "Bureau of Markets would
be sent here next season for the pur
pose of assisting the truck growers to
establish new grades.
"Successful marketing must be
based on confidence,' said Mr. Bier
in telling of the importance of proper
grades. He and Mr. Hauck pointed out
the economy of an honest pack and its
importance to the producer, distribu
tor and consumer. They stated that
the Bureau of Markets had officially
recommended standard grades on
eight to ten commodities and that
grades on other products would be
added as investigations were com
pleted. The two representatives stated
that the bane of the produce business
is in adjustments and rejections of
shipments. They stated that one out
of four cars of unstandardized pro
duce is lost. They stated that stand standard
ard standard grades would reduce the number
of rejections to a minimum and pro
vide a basis for. al adjustments. Mr.
Bier stated that of the total number
of cars shipped from Wauehula, Fla.,
ast season under the United States
standard grades, not a single car was
rejected. He said that the shippers
of the U. S. grades netted 20 to 25 per
cent more money than those not using
Mr. Bier and Mr. Hauck referred to
the enormous waste annually of per
ishable products due to improper
grades. They exhibited photographs
to the committee showing the condi
tions in which packages '.of produce
reached their destination. They stress stressed
ed stressed the importance and value of adver
tising and the adoption of brands and
trade marks by shippers, calling at
tention to the fact' that the distribu
tors and consumers know what they
are getting when they buy products
graded according to the U. S. stand
Mr. Bier called attention to the
amount of vegetables being shipped
into the eastern markets from Califor
nia and gave as his opinion that Flor
ida can supply the entire eastern mar
kets with vegetables, if these vege
tables are properly packed so as to
eliminate competition. Mr. Bier said
he thought that the time was coming
when the banks would loan money on
properly graded and packed vege
tables just as they no do on properly
graded cotton, tobacco and other non non-perishable
perishable non-perishable products,
The marketing committee of the
chamber endorsed a move to establish
radio broadcasting station at the
University at Gainesville, in order
that market and weather reports
might be more rapidly sent out to the
CONTINUES TO IMPROVE
New York, ApriT 17. John McCor-
mack continued to improve today, his
The followine announcement in yes
terday's Times-Union will be of in
terest to Ocala friends:
"Mr. and Mrs.-Wesley Albert Bed
ding- announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their daugh
ter, Genevieve, to Mr. Albert Alley
Cook Jr,. of South Pittsburg, TenxL,
the wedding to take place on the eve
ning of May 16th, 1922, at St. John's
Episcopal church,' Jacksonville, Flor
ida. The announcement of the en
gagement will be received with inter
est" by the many friends tof the couple,
who will extend best wishes. Mr. Cook
was stationed at Camp Johnston for
some time durmg the war, later serv
ing with the forces overseas, with the
rank of captain. Both he and Miss
Redding have a wide circle of friends
Miss Redding is a grandaughter of
Mrs. E. J. Redding of Ocala, and has.
numerous friends here who will join
in extending their beat wish.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 17. 1921
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The Palatka Times-Herald has re rejoiced
joiced rejoiced Its readers with a big "spring
v Wonder if Henry Ford shuts down
on Saturdays in order to make his
Jewish employes feel good.
And so Mr. Wilson has had to re repudiate
pudiate repudiate Mr. .Tumulty. We have been
expecting it for some time.
' : :
If you want to know the names of
oil cojripariies from who you can safe safely
ly safely buy stock,' go look on the tank
cars andx filling stations. They never
carry the name of a wild-cat oil com company.
pany. company. What- has, become of that Oldsmar
oil well which the promoters so gen generously
erously generously invited you to put your mon money
ey money in -a. few weks ago? Wauchula
It's possible they didn't put enough
It can .be said for "Ole Catts". he
didn't raise the taxes.. In proof of
this we most respectfully request the
taxpayers of Levy county to compare
their- tax receipts under the Catts ad administration
ministration administration with the ones this tax
year. Levy Times-Democrat.
It seems to us, Friend Farmer, that
you, have been in public life long
enough to know that the governor
does .not raise nor lower the taxes.
That is. done by the legislature.
The Ocala Star is .the Alice in Won Wonderland
derland Wonderland of the state press. One day
it comes out six columns, the next
seven, then back to six. Nobody but
Alice could ever change size so
oftenyr-Phil Armstrong in Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Well, Alice was some nifty little
girl, wasn't she? The Times-Union or
any other great paper could pull the
same stunt by installing a complete
set of rubber chases.
We have received a big, fine, fat
envelope, filled with glowing literature
and handsomely engraved subscription
blanks, inviting us to send money in
exchange', for stock to a wild-cat oil
company with headquarters in Fort
Worth, Texas. Said literature dis-
Bein a'dog wouldn't bo so bad if it
didn't" nave 'to lead a human beint
around Vith a string.
coarses on the folly of people putting
money in savings banks instead of in investing
vesting investing it in oil stock. We are of
the opinion that people who would
take money out of any reputable bank
and buy oil stock that is offered them
thru the mails or by agents, are dam dam-phools.
phools. dam-phools. We put all such Ktertaure
that comes to us in the hands of the
postoffice department, and advise our
readers to do likewise. This morning,
we learned that the town has fairly
been flooded with the Fortworthless
stuff, the i romoters evidently having
obtained a telephone directory and
sent a l etter to each person named in
it. We warn our readers that people
who have goo 1 stock to sell do not use
PLEASE STEP, ASIDE"
The Palm Beach Post expresses the
Star's opinion very closely when it
"William Jennings Bryan says that
he will not be a candidate for the
Senate from Florida. We sincerely
I.ope he means what he says and will
abide by it. We have never been able
to S3e that sending William to the
Serate from this state would accom
plish anything more useful than to
placa him a 'little more prominently
in the limelight; in short, we held the
opinion that while it might be awfully
cozy for him, Florida would gain-little
or nothing thereby, and Florida is
not in a position to utilize its votes for'
the gratification of a gentleman with
political delusions. To be blunt, to
our mind, "Mr. Bryan has never played
anything but 'personal politics' in or
out cf office, and that is all we could
have expected from him in the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. In the time he has been in Flor
ida he has enjoyed rather more than
his just portion of publicity but if he
has ever voiced a thought 'looking to
the betterment of Florida, it has not
come to our ears. As a representa representative
tive representative of William Jennings Bryan he
i excellent but Florida is greater than
one man and his quixotisms, even the
well advertised 'great Commoner.'
Under ordinary circumstances this pa paper
per paper would have accepted the news that
he was out of the race and let it pass
in silence. It is not doing so because
it finds a certain menace in his state statement..
ment.. statement.. In the first place it is plainly
insincere. We believe that Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan did his best to get the nomination
for the Senate; that he has been dili diligently
gently diligently pursuing that end for a long
time and that he only desisted when
he found that to continue would mean
a humiliating defeat. We take no
stock in his proclamation as to a
'call.' Further if we read the signs
right, he is not done yet. It is our
guess that he would like to salve his
vanity by becoming 'leader' of the
democratic forces in the state. Frank Frankly,
ly, Frankly, we do not desire to see Mr. Bryan
meddling in Florida politics. We wel welcome,
come, welcome, him as a citizen and a voter but
do not believe he has anything of
value to contribute as a 'power.' We
would like nothing better than to see
him retire permanently and complete
ly from the political field. But we
fear he will not."
Florida newspapers generally seem
discontented with the result of the
trial of the wiretappers at Fort Lau Lauderdale.
derdale. Lauderdale. They were let off with fines,
and, the consensus of opinion is that
they should have been sent to the
pen -Ocala Star.
Practically every citizen of Fort
Lauderdale and every court official
would have been glad to see peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary sentences imposed on the wire
tappers, but the case was not strong
enough to take a chance on. Of course
the wiretappers did not know this, or
they -would have stood trial. The at
torneys for the state knew it all right,
and Col. Jones, who successfully prose
cuted and secured penitentiary sen sentences
tences sentences for a couple of wiretappers at
Orlando, and who was sent by Gover Governor
nor Governor Hardee to assist in the prosecu
tion of the case here, was glad enough
to compromise on a $20,000 fine. A
Broward county jury might have con convicted
victed convicted but if an appeal had been taken
to the supreme court the case would
not have stood up. Until the people
of other communities have secured
some sort of punishment for the con
men operating in their midst they
should not criticize Lauderdale and
the court officials of this district too
severely. -Fort Lauderdale Herald.
All right, Friend Sherwin, we guess
you know what you are talking about.
The state press has editors who are
clever and capable, and yet most of
them run Tom Sims and Robert Quil Quil-len
len Quil-len syndicate editorial paragraphs
when they might just as well be roll rolling
ing rolling their own. Give us more Made-in-Florida
stuff, boys, and this column
wil do its little best to give 'em pub publicity.
licity. publicity. Phil Armstrong in Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. The Star is getting so leary of the
canned editorials that it often refrains
from quoting brilliant paragraphs for
fear they were not home-made.
A dispatch from Jacksonville says:
Wilis M. Ball, editor of the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, has announced that within the
near future radio phone broadcasting
apparatus would supplement the re receiving
ceiving receiving set now in operation in the
newspaper office. It is planned to
broadcast throughout Florida and
within the limit of operation north
an I west of Jacksonville wireless tele telephone
phone telephone reports similar to those sent out
from other points. The receiving set,
equipped with" an amplifier, was in installed
stalled installed early this week. Last night
the department in which the radio
phone is located was crowded with
visitors who spent hours listening to
music from Detroit, Pittsburg and
We received Sunday seven letters,
all asking us to help with publicity
some good work or some skin game.
For all we could see, there was about
as much benefit to the people in one
Us in the other. The devilof it is that
in each one of these pretensions, there
are a large number of people employ employed
ed employed typing, addressing and mailing
such letters. The work being useless,
it makes each person employed in it a
parasite Every person employed in
useless work is a burden on the pub public,
lic, public, and they increase in number" so
rapidly that if we do not compel them
to go to work they will break down
The teachercraft is now hard at
work trying to compel the public
schools of Florida to "keep in" for
nine and ten months. As usual they
make a great deal of chatter about
progress and the public good, but the
truth is they wan:; the money. 'Nine
months for the high school and eight
for the lower grades is as much as
the health of the children and the
pockets of the taxpayers can stand.
If men and women can't teach with without
out without keeping children bending over
their desks two-thirds of the summer,
they had better find other jobs.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star April 17, 1902)
John Temple Graves will be the next
attraction in our city on the lyceum
J. F. Edwards has a nice crop of
melons and vegetables on the Dunn
park, which property has recently been
bought by him.
The many friends of Dr. W. H.
Marean are delighted to welcome him
again after an absence of several
years. Dr. Marean has returned as
a citizen of Ocala and will practice
his profession. Mrs. Marean who is
still in Pensacola will join him later.
The Seaboard Air Line .is offering
the low rate of $23.35 to Dalas, Texas,
Robert Hyman is spending a few
days in Ocala.
Miss Daisy Bell will leave in a few
days to visit her sister, Mrs. Croom.
Mrs. R. B. Bullock and children
have returned from a pleasant visit to
Mrs. Burt at Beulah Lar -?, Ozello.
Rev. L. B. Warren has offered $10
in gold fpr the best extemporaneous
speech delivered by one of ten pupils
selected from the high school.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 17, 1902)
Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd is visiting
friends in Jacksonville.
Miss Frances Scott has returned
from Chattanooga and is again at her
home in Ocala.
John Paxton, a well known prize prizefighter
fighter prizefighter of the state, has challenged
Oscar Stuckey, the' young Marion
county pup.ili?t. and the challenge has
Mr. C. W. Hunter, general manager
of the Ocala Gas Co., is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on a business trip.
Belleview, April 12. Alice Weihe
has been very ill with diphtheria but
is able to be up and about this week.
The H. J. Bamum Fotoshow Com Company
pany Company exhibited moving pictures at the
town hall Thursday, Friday and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday nights of last week.
Mr. Rex H. Nichols returned home
Thursday from a visit in New Smyr Smyrna.
na. Smyrna. Rev. Buck and Miss Mattie J. Oak Oakley,
ley, Oakley, Rev. Gates and Mr, Adam Haff Haff-ner
ner Haff-ner enjoyed a pleasant ady at Silver
The two Messrs. Aberbeck left Fri Friday
day Friday for their homes in New York.
Rev. Buck was quite ill Friday but
we are glad to see him able to be out
again at this writing.
Mr. Hodges left for his northern
t Revs. Buck and Gates and the two
Mrs. Hiltor.s visited Heather Island
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Dustin left
Saturday for their duties at their ho hotel
tel hotel at York Beach, Maine.
We are glad to report that Miss Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy is able to be out again.
Mrs. J. Walter Nelson left Sunday
for Connecticut, where she expects to
spend the summer. Little Dorothy
and Junior are with their grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen left Tuesday.
Mr. Will Abshier and family and
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hames spent a
couple of days fishing at Smith-Lake
last week. Twenty-two fish were
; Leo Hames played on the ball 'team
at Fruitland Park Saturday. The
score was: Leesburg 4, Fruitland Park
Miss Winfred Ward of Oklawaha
was the guest of Mrs. Louis Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. George Coggswell and
Miss Bottsford, accompanied by Mrs.
V. D. P. Pratt, attended church in
: Ocala Sunday morning.
Miss McCoy and Mrs. Beulah left
Tuesday for Jacksonville, where they
will visit friends till Friday, whenj
they leave for their homes in Connec-'
The Eastern Star ladies will hold
their regular meeting Tuesday night
at the Masonic halL Several are an anticipating
ticipating anticipating attending the meeting in
Jacksonville next week.
Mrs. Carl Bowen returned to Jack
sonville Thursday, after spending
few days with her parents, Mr. an
Mrs. S. N. Smith.
Our school closes next week and
eeyrybody is busy planning for the
Lake Weir picnic which is an annual
event at close of the school term.
The members of the B. Y. P. U.
will give a purlo at their park Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. It is hoped a large crowd
will be present.
Miss Eunice Whisenant who has
been attending school at Candler, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Pelot.
We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Maggie McClendon is on the sick
list this week and hope for her a
Mr. and Mrs. Wendall and daughter
Irma, are visiting points on the East
Coast this week.
Mr. Will Coggs well is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this week attending to business.
AT LOWELL APRIL 21
An entertainment will be given by
the Y. P. S. of the United Evangelical
church at Lowell school house on the
evening of April 21st, at 8 o'clock.
Two playlets, "The Spot on the Stairs"
and "Just Like a Woman," will be ren rendered
dered rendered by local talent. There will be
vocal and instrumental music, read readings,
ings, readings, etc. Admission, adults, 25 c,
children 10c. 14-ltwky
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
mm 'l m m
Nil w yT
n .it it i h
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo-;
sitions offered by some of the strong-
est companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
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 very
simple reason that candies cannqt 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. fall line of Norris Candy
The Drug Store on the Square
"jL jI" m?' '"m"' -'j?1 'm"- '"m r- -"X"- -"X"- -"I"-
' PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
I PHON E 2 43
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
Cook's Market and Grocery
.4 SERVICE TRY
gj sg,; ygsaci m i. J
Sedan, $1440; Coupe, $1280; Touring Car, $880; Roadster, $850;
Panel Business Car, $980; Screen Business Car, $880.
F. O. B. Detroit.
Our hemstitching machine has now
arrived and we are ready to do any
and all kinds of work in this line on
short notice. Phone 502 Green. Card Card-well
well Card-well Sewing Machine Co., 317 North
Magnolia St. 15-6t
There's no extra charge for. clean-
Phone 158. tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1922
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
Geo, MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
JUDGE THE QUESTION
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Don't have suc success
cess success with your
baking today and
Have perfect eco economical
nomical economical results
every time you
bake you can do
it if you use
If it were not pure
it would not be the
world's biggest sell selling
ing selling brand today.
No human hands
ever touch Calumet
it is made in the
largest and most
sanitary baking pow powder
der powder factories on
pound can of Calumet contains full
some DaKing powocn luiuc iii
ru instead of 16 oz. cnmu Be
you get a pound when you want it.
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13
77 ? 7 ? 2 ?
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. Illustrations by
Copyright by Kamtoao Harris
Bufsuddenly life became significant
and thrilling again ; he heard her
voice, her laugh. She came swiftly
and quietly out to them, smiling at
him, settling herself in the chair be beside
side beside his mother. She wore white,
transparent, simple; there were coral
beads about her firm young throat.
The dew of her deep sleep made her
blue eyes wonderful ; her cheeks were
as pink as a baby's.
"Aren't the June days delicious?"
she said. Richard studied her, smiling smilingly,
ly, smilingly, without answering. What would
she say next, where would she move
her eyes, or lay her white hand, he
wondered. When she murmured to his
mother in an undertone, he tried to
catch the words.
"Did you have a good sleep?" Rich Richard
ard Richard asked. She flashed him an elo-
most delightful of my
Eight hours without stir-
The Hoyts arrived; a handsome
mother and two equally handsome
daughters. Harriet went to them
gracefully; Richard saw that she was
accepting good wishes. She took the
callers to his mother, and filled their
"She certainly is wonderful!" Rich Richard
ard Richard said. He perfectly realized his
own suddenly deepening feeling for
her, but he dared not analyze it yet;
When Mrs. Hoyt hinted at a dinner, he
took part in the conversation. "Thurs "Thursday?
day? "Thursday? Why not, Harriet? We have no
engagement for Thursday?"
She flushed brightly, signaling to
him that she had already indicated an
excuse. They had never 'dined to together
gether together away from home. He need not
think, said Harriet's anxious manner,
that he need carry the appearance of
marriage so far. v
"But but, aren't Nina and I to be
in town Thursday?" she ventured.
''Shopping. You can make that next
week !" Richard said. He loved her
"Then we surely will Thank you,"
she said to Mrs. Hoyt.
"Thursday, then, at eight!" the
caller said, departing. Richard saun sauntered,
tered, sauntered, with them to their car, and re returned
turned returned to find Harriet half-scandalized,
"But do you want to dine with
them?" she asked.
"Why not?" His smile challenged
her, and she laughed hardily.
I "I suppose there is no reason why
not, Mr. Carter!"
"You can wear" he gestured "the
j black and goldy thing. They'll all be
i watching you!"
j "Oh," she said, considering earnest earnest-;
; earnest-; ly, "I have a much handsomer one than
I that. Blue and silver. You've not seen
j "Blue and silver, then." Richard
I felt a distinct regret when the men he
l expected appeared. There was but one
figure of any interest to him on the
shady, flower-scented terrace, and that
was a woman's figure in a white gown.
For two or three days he was con conscious
scious conscious of a constant Interest in her ap-
J pearances and disappearances, a con con-t
t con-t stant desire to please her. He was con
scious of one mastering curiosity: he
wanted to know just how Harriet re regarded
garded regarded him. It seemed suddenly of
supreme importance. He thought of It
In his office, and smiled to himself dur during
ing during v important business conferences,
i wondering about It It seemed incred-
Ible to him, now, that his experiences
of the past year had been so largely
concerned with Harriet. His wife's
companion, his daughter's governess,
his own capable and dignified house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper the woman he had so hastily
married, all seemed a different person.
! a quite visionary person, with whom
! Just such business-like arrangements
j had been possible.
But Harriet was beginning to seem
to him a stranger who possessed at
once the 'most mysterious and child childlike,
like, childlike, the most beautiful and the most
baffling personality that he had ever
known. He made excuses to go home
early, just to catch glimpses of this
wife who was not his wife. That he
had ever taken a fatherly, advisory
tone with this woman was unbeliev-
; able; her mere approach made him
catch his breath and lose his cofreren-
cy. He had walked into her room he
. had patronized her he had asked her
casually -to marry him as if she had
been fifty, and as plain as she was
Richard shuddered as he thought of
it. He made constant efforts to en engage
gage engage her In personalities, but she evad evad-;
; evad-; ed him. There was a real thrill for
j him In the quiet dinner at the Hoyts.
Mrs. Carter, said slow old bewhiskered
John Hoyt, was an extremely pretty
! woman. "My wife Richard in answer answer-,
, answer-, ing called her that "looks particularly
well in an evening gown." Indeed she
i looked exquisite in the tlue and silver
dress, laughing still with that ador ador--
- ador-- able mist of v strangeness and shyness
about her with her neighbors at the
table, afterward In the drawlas:
room, wa'vm'g"Tieir'silver ?an slowly
wlille Freda Hoyt. who quite obviously
adored her, whispered her long confi confidences.
dences. confidences. Coming home in the limousine they
had neighbors with them, old Doctor
and Mrs. CarraichaeL, so he might not
have the word alone with her for which
he had been longing all evening. But
he stopped her in the wide, dim hall hallway
way hallway when they reached Crownlands.
"Tired?" he said; ai the foot of the
"Not a bit 1" There was an enchant enchanting
ing enchanting vitality about her. She had
slipped the thin wrap from her shoul shoulders,
ders, shoulders, and she turned to him her lovely,
happy face. "Did you want me?"
"I wanted to say something to you,"
Richard said, feeling awkward as a
"In there?" She nodded, suddenly
alert, toward the library.
"Why In there?" he asked, with a
little husky laugh. His one impulse
was to put his arms about her.
"I thought bills, perhaps?" Harriet
said, Innocently. It was the third day
of the month; he had often consulted
her as to expenses before this.
"No," Richard said, with another un unsteady
steady unsteady little laugh. "It wasn't bills. I
was just wondering If I bad been
very stupid," he said, taking one of her
hands, and looking up from the fin fingers
gers fingers that lay in his to the face that
now wore an expression a little
frightened, despite the smile.
"Never with me!" Harriet said, in a
"Never so blind," Richard -said,
"never so matter-of-fact that I hurt
ypur.feellngs? Nothing of that sort?"
"Always the kindest friend I ever
had!" the girl answered, unsteadily.
"I Wanted to Say Something to You,"
Richard Said, Feeling Awkward
as a Boy.
and with suddenly wet eyes. "The
the most generous !"
He looked at her hand again, looked
up at her as if he would speak. But
instead, she felt her fingers pressed,
and felt her heart thump with a deli delicious
cious delicious terror.
Bottomley came noiselessly, dis discreetly,
creetly, discreetly, across the halL Instantly the
woman In blue and silver was all the
"Is Mr. Ward in, Bottomley?"
"He dined at 'ome, Mrs. Carter.
"Oh, thank you You may lock up,
then. Good-night, Mr. Carter! Good Goodnight,
night, Goodnight, Bottomley!"
She was gone. The blue-and-sllver
gown and the bunched folds of the
furred coat vanished on the stairway
landing. The tall clock that she
passed struck eleven. And Richard,
going into his library, realized that he
was deeply and passionately In love.
He could think of nothing else he did
not wish to think of anything else.
Her face came between him and his
book, her voice loitered In his ears,
her precise, pretty phrasing, the
laughter that sometimes lurked be beneath
neath beneath her tones.
They were at the country club;
"Harriet chaperoning Nina, who was
iown at the tennis court with a group
of young persons; Richard breathless
and happy from a hard game of
eighteen holes. He had encountered
her on the porch, on his way to the
showers, experirm ing, as he d'.d so,
the thrill that belongs only to "the un unexpected
expected unexpected encounter. Now they loitered
at the railing, in the shade of the
green awnings, as entirely oblivious
of watching eyes as if the clubhouse
were the library at home.
"Mrs. Carter," said a woman In
bright yellow, coming up to them sud suddenly,
denly, suddenly, "will you be a darling and come
and talk to my French officer? The
girls have all been, practicing their
Berlitz on him, and he's almost losing
his mind! Dick," added this matron,
who had linked her arm about Har-
'riet's waist, "for heaven's sake go
clean up Can't you find time to talk
to your wife at home? I've been
watching you for five minutes, getting
my arms burned simply black will
you come, Mrs. Carter? That's the
poor soul, over there with Sarah. I
don't know why I've had a French gov governess
erness governess for that girl for seven years I"
"To save the life of a fellow crea creature"
ture" creature" Harriet said in her liquid
French. She went off. laughingly. In
the other woman's custody; Richard
looked after them a moment.
He saw them join the group of smil smiling
ing smiling girls and the harassed French Frenchman;
man; Frenchman; saw the alien's face brighten as
Harriet was Introduced. A moment
later a boy with ft tennis racket
flashed iflp to them, ana fliere was a
scattering in the t direction of the
courts. The girls surrounded the boy,
and streamed away chattering: The
matron In yellow came back to her
card table. And Harriet, unfurling
her parasol, deep in conversation with
the captured soldier, sauntered slowly
after the tennis players. The after afternoon
noon afternoon sunshine sent clean shadows
across the clipped grass ; the stretched
blue sift of Harriet's parasol threw a
mellow orange light upon her tawny
hair and saffron-colored gown.
Richard had a child's desperate
wish that n was dressed, and might
run after them.
But It was not at the tennis that he
looked, twenty minutes later, when he
reached the courts; although a bril brilliant
liant brilliant play was being made, and there
was a spattering of applause. His
eyes Instantly found Harriet's figure;
she was still talking to the French Frenchman,
man, Frenchman, whose olive face was glowing
with Interest and admiration, and not
more than eight inches, Richard
thought, from her own. Harriet's own
face wore the shadow of a smile, her
lashes were dropped, and she was
gently pushing the point of her closed
parasol Into the green turf. The
chairs In which they sat had been
slightly turned from the court.
Richard engaged himself In conver conversation
sation conversation with two- or three men and
women who were watching the young youngsters'
sters' youngsters' game, and presently found him himself
self himself applauding his son for a brilliant
ace. But after perhaps five minutes
he walked quite without volition,
straight to Harriet's neighborhood,
and she rose at once. Introduced her
new friend, and with a glance at her
wrist, announced that she must go.
"Ward said he would drive me home
the Instant It was over." said Harriet,
clapping heartily for the triumphant
finish of the set s
"Til drive you home!" Richard sa'ld,
Instantly. Tve the small car."
"Friday night !" Harriet smiled. For
Friday night was the night for a men's
dinner and poker game at the country
club, and Richard usually liked to be
"I can come back I" he persisted,
suddenly caring more for this conces concession
sion concession than anything else In the world.
Without another word she agreed,
bade her Frenchman what seemed to
Richard a voluble good-by, and when
the bowing officer disappeared turned
with a reminiscent smile.
"And now what?"
"Where did yon learn to chatter
French that way T Richard said,
leading the way to the line of parked
"Oh, we lived in -Paris old Mrs.
Rogers and I," Harriet reminded him
carelessly. And reaching the little
rise oflground that lay between the
clubhouse and the parking field, she
stood still, looking off across the ex exquisite
quisite exquisite spread of fields and valleys,
banded by great strips of woods,- and
flooded now by the streaming shadows
and golden lights of the late after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. "What a day !" she said, filling
her lungs with great breaths' of the
sweet air. "What an hour!"
"What I meant to say to you up
there on the porch," Richard said,
"when that that woman interrupt interrupted"
ed" interrupted" Harriet herself Interrupted with a
"You say 'that woman' as if.it was
a bitter, deadly curse!" she said.
"Well They had reached the car
now, and Richard was Investigating
the oil gauge and spark plugs under
the hood. "Well, a woman like that
breaks in nothing to her!" he said
with scorn, strightening up.
"Yes, but at a country club?" Har Harslet
slet Harslet offered, placatlngly, as she got
Into the front seat, and tucked the
pongee robe snugly about the saffron saffron-colored
colored saffron-colored gown.
' "I suppose so!" He got in beside
-her; there was a moment of backing
and wrenching before they gilded out
smoothly on the white driveway.
"What I meant to say was this," he
added, suddenly, with a sidewlse
glance from his wheel. "I I want
you to realize that I appreciate the in injustice
justice injustice the crudeness of my rushing
to you in New Jersey that Christmas
day. I realize that "we all have Im Imposed
posed Imposed on you we've taken yon too
much for granted! I was in trouble,
and I couldn't think of any other way
out of it. But for any man to put a
proposition like that to any woman
They were driving very slowly. He
looked at her again, and met a won wondering
dering wondering look In her beautiful eyes that
still further confused him. tie had
been uncomfortably conscious of an
odd confusion In touching upon this
subject at all. Yet bis mind had been
full of It all day.
"I never felt It so, I assure you!
Harriet said with her lucid, friendly
look. Richard felt that there was
more to say, but realized that he had
selected an unfortunate time for these
'Tm afraid Tve been extremely
stupid In the matter," he said, feeling
for his words. "Tve gone about it
clumsily. To tell you the truth
What does that boy want?"
It was Ward who was coming to toward
ward toward them across the green, with
great springs and leaps, like some
Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
WE PACK OUR MARC C ALA ICE CREAM
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT
.send out a
wrappers I d "L, u-
Good for Ti I &WW$?
, valuable J ,' 11 jhcxSfiSt
j ARE YOU PARTICULAR fl
CALL PHONEINUMBER FIVE-ONE AND LET US TALK IT OVER :
STAR PUBLISHING M 1
so it can be sen to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and .will remain in fine condi-
tion until nsed. 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
and Spearmint are certainly
three delightful flavors to
And WRIGLEY'S P-Kthe
new sugarcoated pepper peppermint
mint peppermint gum, is also a great
treat for your sweet tooth.
All are from the Wrigley
factories where perfection
is the rule.
GOOD PRINTING IS GOOD INVESTMENT
ARE YGU HARD
' TO PLEASE?,
Of course you are if you
are interested in "getting
the best results from your
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
OCA LA EVENING STAB, MO.VOAT. APRIL IT, 1IJ1
, fill ff KA 1 A v
(RATES under thi heading are a
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
tSc; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts parable la
aavaaec except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising: accounts.
LOSTA radiator cap with a motor motor-meter
meter motor-meter attached. H. L. Borland,
phone 265. 17-3t
FOR SALE Household
ply 614 E. Adams St.
FOR SALE Ten-acre improved farm
on Dixie highway within city limits,
south side; six-room furnished
. house, water raised with engine,
good barn and poultry house. In Includes
cludes Includes work mule, two pedigreed
Jersey cows, chickens and all farm-
. ing implements. Price and terms
reasonable. Louis Frederitzi, Ocala,
WANTED Poultry and eggs, Irish
and sweet potatoes, beans, celery,
lettuce, oranges and grapefruit.
Make trial shipment. Quick results
guaranteed. Waters Fruit and Pro Produce
duce Produce Co, Tampa, Fla. 15-6t
WANTED To rent by May 1st two
rooms, kitchenette and bath, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Call after 6:30 p. m. phone
'FOR RENT A house; also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs. Emily
Green,' 605 Oklawaha avenue or
phone 383. 15-6t
LOST Several keys in leather key
holder. Please return to E. J.
Moughton care George MacKay &
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, btar Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION H. N.
Lord, graduate of Boston Conversa Conversa-tory
tory Conversa-tory of Music. Room 6, Merchants'
WANTED To rent piano for music
studio. Address H. N. Lord, care
Star, Ocala, Fla. 13-3t
FOR SALE One worm drive one-ton
Ford truck. All new tires. Runs
good and looks good. See this one
if you're in need of a truck. B. F.
'Condon, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
FOR SALE A nicely located two two-story,
story, two-story, six room house with all mod modern
ern modern 'conveniences; clothes closets
and, fireplaces in every room; large
hallways; good garage; large lot
and on a desirable street, close in.
about four blocks from courthouse.
Can be purchased from owner only.
1 Terms can be arranged. This is a
good investment for somebody, and
house is now rented. Do not answer
unless you mean business. Address
P. O. Box 293. 4-12-6t
FOR RENT Apartment, six rooms
and two sleeping porches, furnished
or unfurnished. Apply to Mfs. H.
H, Harold or Mrs. J. W. Dumas, tf
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar
ranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave
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
LOST Lady's handbag, Saturday.
Contained ?25 to $30 cash, visiting
cards and kodak pictures. Believed
to have been lost in front of Temple
theater or at union station cafe. A
suitable reward for its return. Miss
Vera Higginbotham, Electra, or the
Star office. 17-3t
CUBAN CLUB Cigar Vow 5c. 14-10t
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala will at
the meeting thereof to be held in the
city hall on the 2nd day of May, A.
D. 1922, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock
p. m, consider bids for the construc construction
tion construction of sidewalks and curbs in said
city as follows:
On Main street approximately 701
square yards of sidewalk.
On Sanchez street approximately
886 square yards of sidewalk and ap approximately
proximately approximately 3374 lineal feet of curb.
The details, location and specifica specifications
tions specifications for said sidewalk and curb being
now on file in the city clerk's office
of said city. All bids shall be sealed
and shall be filed with the clerk of the
f t city of Ocala five days before the
tlk said meeting of the city counciL
This 27th day of March, A. D. 1922.
, - - xx. j. sistrunK,
"f cb 27-Apr 3 7 10 17 24 City Clerk.
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
if rs. Crane of Miami is in the city,
the guest of her brother, Mr. Frank
Mr. an Mrs. Clarence Camp are ex expected
pected expected home this afternon from Ashe-
Some new Victor
Visit the Terpot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Mr. George Burden and Mr. Keen
of Orlando spent Saturday and Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Ocala with friends.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Tveet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Thone 108. 13
Mr. Robert Flinn spent Sunday in
Ocala renewing acquaintances. Mi.
Flinn is in the hardware business in
Visit thjj, Teapot Sell Serve Grocery.
. a leauty you will lace it. tf
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-lQt
Mr. J. S. Pearson who has been
spending the winter in Ocala as has
been his custom for many years, left
yesterday to spend the summer in
New Jersey.' 4
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grpcery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
Mr. John Batts of Tampa arrived
in Ocala Saturday night to spend
Easter Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Batts, and-brother Mr.
George Batts, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Connor who have
been making their home on Fort King,
have moved to 222 East Washington
street, just across from Col. R. F.
New Toy at THE GIFT SHOP. 3t
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now5c. 14-10t
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar drove in
from Clermont Sunday to spend the
day with their son, Mr. L. T. Izlar. Dr.
Izlar returned home last night but
Mrs. Izlar will remain in Ocala for a
few days with Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 108. 13
Mr. Clarence Blalock of Madison
spent Sunday in Ocala with his brother
Mr. Joe Blalock and family. Mr. Bla
lock left this morning for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville in his car, accompanied by two
friends, Messrs. Martin and Credel:
Player Music at
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
Lantern slides showing scenes in
the Grand Canyon of the Colorado
river will be shown at the -primary
school building on Tuesday evening at
7:15 o'clock. All children and any
adults that Care to come are invited
to be present.
Prayer books and hymnals at THE
GIFT SHOP. 14-3t
In the list of registered architects
for Florida who have recently passed
the examination, published in yester
day's morning papers, appears the
name of Mr. E. E. Hall Jr. Mr. Hall
is with the firm of George MacKay &
Company, is a clever young man and
promises to be very successfulin his
Mrs. Fred Robinson and Miss Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Robinson, who have been spend spending
ing spending the winter in Ocala, expect to
leave Sunday for their home in Michi Michigan.
gan. Michigan. Mrs. R. S. Goux and little son
Charles, who have been visiting them
will return north with them. Mrs.
Goux and son will go to Washington,
where Dr. Goux will attend a medical
convention, and the party will then go
to Michigan by automobile.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Rosier of Oak will be grieved
to learn of the death of their infant
son who passed away at an early hour
this morning. The funeral services
will take place this afternoon at three
o'clock. Interment will be made in
i the Anthony cemetery. Sam R. Pyles
j & Company have charge of the ar ar-'
' ar-' rangements.
W. J. Lane. M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala. Fla. tf
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
EASTERTIDE AT THE CHURCHES
Easter morning dawned bright and
clear and as the day advanced the first
promise of a perfect day was fulfilled.
Several of the churches of the city had
prepared special Easter services as a
fitting celebration to this anniversary.
At this season the town is filled with
Etster lilies and these beautiful flow flowers
ers flowers were used in quantities in all of
No special Easter program was ob-
served at the Baptist church but two
interesting sermons were delivered by
Rev. C. F. Benjamin. At the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church the regular order of
worship was observed.
The Christian church, Rev. Chas. H.
Trout pastor, held two- interestine
Easter day services'. The morning sub subject
ject subject was "Jesus' Resurrection and Im Immortality."
mortality." Immortality." Several new members
were added to the church at this serv service.
ice. service. In the evening a special pro program
gram program had been prepared in charge of
the Bible school, in which a beautiful
musical treat was given.
Grace Episcopal church had been
beautifully decorated. Smilax, Easter
lilies and larkspur made "the church a
fitting setting for the celebration of
one of the greatest anniversaries of
the Christian churches. For the mid midday
day midday service a special musical program
was given, with choral celebration of
the holy communion, anthems and spe special
cial special solos followed by an Easter ad
dress by the rector, Rev. J. J. Neigh Neighbour.
bour. Neighbour. In the afternoon the Sunday
school gave a pretty pageant, "The
Mystery Play." At this service the
children of the Sunday school present presented1
ed1 presented1 their mite boxes to the church.
' There was also a special Easter
service at the Methodist church with
sermon by the pastor on the subject,
"If aMan,Die Shall He Live Again."
The evening service at the Methodist
church was in charge of the Sunday
school. An excellent program was
rendered, which was attended by a
large audienoe and greatly enjoyed.
At the Church of the Blessed. Trin Trin-ity
ity Trin-ity regular Er.ster services were held
by Rev. Brennan. The church which
has only recently been completed and
is in itself beautiful, was further en enhanced
hanced enhanced with flowers. On thp high altar
Easter lilies were used and on the two
side altars white larkspur was used on
one and white roses on the other.
ine vnrisun science society neia
as regular Sunday service, tne suDject
oi tne lesson-sermon Deing vine uoc uoc-trine
trine uoc-trine of Atonement."
Special mention of the pretty East Easter
er Easter afternoon song service should be
made given by the children of the
North Ocala Sunday school. This or organization
ganization organization has been in existence only
a short time but has been doing ex excellent
cellent excellent work and the program that it
gave yesterday was a pleasure to hear
and a revelation to those present.
Mr. L. H. Oliver and daughter Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Oliver have arrived in the city
to join Mr. Oliver' from Arlington,
Ga., where they have been for the
past eight months. They will make
their home at Mrs. J. W. Davis' resi residence.
dence. residence. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mason
gone to Blackstone, Va, where
will spend the next ten days.
Rutherford Carlisle of Jackson
spending a few days in the
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Ware were
week-end guests of Umatilla friends.
Mrs Eugene Booher is entertaining
Mrs. S. Smith of Mcintosh
Mr. F. W. Jones spent- Easter at his
old home in Callahan.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. Jtf
The Letter you care for
your eyes tne better
- your eyes will care for
- DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows ana
mill work and will save you
enough to make the effo,-t worth
SEND CARPENTER'S List,
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO.,
Ocala Command Command-ery
ery Command-ery Number 19,
meets every sec
ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
.. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
SPANISH WAK VETERANS
Fitzhugh 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.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of-each month. Visiting breth
j ren always welcome. i-oage rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
VYOOpMEN 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. Whiteside, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. 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, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
iIARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
M., meets on the first
Thursday evenings of each month at
1:3Q Q,clock untU further notice
q Blowers. W. M.
B L Adams. Secretary,
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to' visiting brothers.
Ww R. Pedrick, G U
C. K. Sage,vK. of R. & S.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
&nd fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
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.
Some men like closed
some chew tobacco.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub-
1 lished as information and not guar-
' (Eastern Standard Time)
j SEABOARD All LINE RAILROAD
i Leave Arrive
i 2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 nn
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
i 1:17 pm Jacksonville 8:60 pm
: j Tampa-
! 2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
i 2:55 am NTTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15
-F,0 Dm Tamoa-Manatee l:S5pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATL 4NTIC COAST LINE R. R.
: ':27 am JacksonviHe-NTork 28 :jd
1 1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 1:24 pm
;o:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2: S3 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
: 3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
! 7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
i 1:30 pm Homosasaa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesbcrg 6:42 am
1:45 Dm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
r "Tuesday, Thajrsday3linayc
Wanted live Wire Agents
We need wide-awake men and
women to act as agents in the
state of Florida for a remark remarkable
able remarkable Self-Heating Hot Water
For full particulars about this
well-paying proposition, ad address
dress address Ed. Gross, Mgr, Radio
Sales Co, Box 17, West Palm
C. V. Roberts & Co.
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
A. E. GER1G
WHEN IN NEED OF
PInmbing or Electrical Work
OPPOSITE HARRINGTON HALL
Estimates Cheerfully Given
ONLY EXPERIENCED HELP USED
WE HAV PACKERS' CHECKS AND
PACKERS TICKETS. CALL- OR
PHONE US YOUR ORDER
Star Publishing Company
Phone 51 Ocala, Florida
Prices are bound to come down.
As they do we are glad to give you
Cheese, per pound
Swift's Brookfield Butter, per pound
Swifts' Premium Bacon, per box
Lemons, per dozen
New Irish Potatoes, per pound
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 12 lb bag
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 24 lb bag
1 lb can Army Corn Beef Hash
SHOP WITH A
U --SERVE- ST
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
fcSend This Class of Wcrk
Ont of Town
Spencer-Pedrick Molor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. 'Phone 8
ENJOY A REAL HOLIDAY DINNER
at this restaurant an Easter repast
which will 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
I wish to give notice that I have
bought the cafe on West Broadway
known as the B. and B. Cafe, from S.
S. Spero. George Pappas. 14-6t
BASKET AT THE
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