The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy in north and central and probably showers in extreme south portion tonight and Friday.
TOIPERATCRES-Thia nforning, 66; this afternoon, 83.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:45; Seta, 7:12.
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Prohibition Enforcement Unit Should
Change from Treasury to Depart Department
ment Department of Justice

And that Little Accident Shortened a
Ball Game of National

Washington, May 11. (Associated
Pess) -Transfer of the prohibition
unit from the treasury 'to the justice

department as part of the general
scheme of governmental reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization was said today to have received
the approval of Secretary Mellon and
Attorney General Daugherty.
The report of the special treasury
committee which made an inventory
of the supplies and equipment of the
bureau of printing and engraving,
following the recent reorganization of
the bureau's personnel, completed to today,
day, today, is understood to be a substantial
vindication of "the declaration by treas treasury
ury treasury officials no material output of il illegal
legal illegal bond, note or stamp issues has
taken place within recent years. The
report will record, however, a discrep discrepancy
ancy discrepancy of some fifty sheets found when
a check was made of the special paper
used in the bureau for printing bonds
and notes.
The selection of Governor Robert
Cooper of South Carolina, to fill the
vacancy on the federal farm loan
board due to the resignation of As As-bury
bury As-bury F. Lever, is understood to have
been made by President Harding.
Elmer Lewis Riker, age twenty-

oufr, died last night at 8:30 o'clock at

the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

D. 0. Riker, at Sparr, after a linger

ing illness. Mr. Riker served his
country in the world war, being in the

hospital corps. After his discharge he

was taken ill and had been a patient

sufferer for over a year.

He is survived by his mother and

fnther and two brothers, Clinton and
Orval Riker, who have the sympathy

of the community where the young
man was so well and favorably known
and where he gave promise of making
a fine citizen.
The funeral services were held this
afternoon at 3 :30 o'clock from the
Methodist church at Sparr, Rev. Boat Boat-wright
wright Boat-wright officiating. Interment was
made in the cemetery at Anthony, the
pall bearers being selected from the
members of the Modern Woodmen, of
which order the deceased was a mem member.
ber. member. Sam R. Pyles & Company, under undertakers,
takers, undertakers, were in charge of the arrangements.

Los Angeles, May 11. (Associated
Press). The girls' baseball teams of

hs University of Southern California

and the Occidental College met yester

day in a seven-inning game which
ended with the score of 65 to 16 in fa-

vor of California. At the end of the

fifthv inning the score was thirty to
seven. Home runs were too numerous

to tabulate.

The contest would have gone the

regulation nine innings but one player

tore a hole in her stocking and refused
to play any more until the damage

had been repaired. The delay shorten shortened
ed shortened the contest to seven innings.

Relief Immediately Needed for Vic Victims
tims Victims of Last Outbreak of The
Great River

i Doesn't Seem So Good as Henry Ford's
But Will Probably Suit the Poll Poll-i
i Poll-i ticians Better


Zeppelin That Germans
Make for America Or
The Allies


ress). The local chapter of the Red press)

Cross was requested today by John

Barton Payne, national chairman, to
solicit contributions for the relief of
victims in the flooded areas of the val-

eys of the Mississippi, Illinois and

Ohio rivers. At least half a million

dollars is needed. President Harding

has endorsed the appeal.





Anthony, May 10. Mr. Stuart Sims
left last week for Valparaiso, Ind.,

wher he will study telegraphy..

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young of Arca Arcadia
dia Arcadia arrived last week for a visit with
Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Pasteur Sr.
After a two weeks' visit with her
parents here, Mrs. Osgood Peoples left

Thursday for Gainesville, where she
will make a visit before returning to

her home in Valdosta, Ga.

Miss Pearl Johnson entertained a
number of her friends at her home

last Friday evening.
Little Miss Dorothy Gardner is vis visiting
iting visiting her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs
Stanton of Ozona.
Misses Mattie Lee and Mary Pad

gett spent several days in Lake City

this week.

After spending several months with

relatives in Apopka, Mrs. Janie Swin
dell returned home Sunday.
Misses Ada Mae and Ethel Rey

nolds of Cornell were guests of Miss

Mary and Miss Janet Irby this week

An interesting game of ball was
nlaved here Saturday. The score was

7 to 11 in favor of Lowell.

Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham and lit

tle daughter left Thursday for their

home in Gainesville.

Mr. William Fielding of Gainesville

spent Saturday and Sunday with his

parents here.

Messrs. Holmes Baskin and George

Brown made a business trip to JacE

sonville Saturday and brought back

two Ford trucks which they expect to

use for hauling vegetables during the

shipping season.

Mrs. G. W. Wood came in Friday

from Thomasville, Ga., and is at the

home of her parents." Mr. and Mrs. S

McQuaig. She has been quite il

but we are glad to report she is im


Miss Carrie Forbes is in Knoblock

for awhile, with her sister, Mrs. D. E


Mr. William Norris who has been

night operator here for the past few

months, tleft Sunday for Chicago.

Mr. O. J. Wooten of Gainesville was

in town Saturday and Sunday.

Washington, May 10. (Associated Washington, May 1L (Associated

The new proposal for lease

and operation of Muscle Shoals sub submitted
mitted submitted by L. Stern, consulting engi engineer
neer engineer and manufacturer of Baltimore,
was made public today by Chairman
Norris of the Senate agriculture com committee.
mittee. committee. Stern offered to" take over the
property for operation for a term of

The real estate firm of Thom and
Thomas has just received the follow following
ing following letter:
E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Inc.

150 Nassau St., New York.

Messrs. Thom & Thomas, Ocala, Fla.

Gentlemen: We want to congratu congratulate
late congratulate you on the splendid record of
achievement during the last four
weeks in which you rolled up a otal
of 896 points in the contest and came

through as winners of the grand prize.
It is certainly a distinction of which

you may well be proud, in having

headed the best farm salesmen in the

world by the big margin that you did

It is now in order for one of your

men to cash in on the principal prize,
which is a trip to New York, and we
will appreciate it if you will arrange

to do this just as quickly as possible.

You may be sure that a royal welcome
will await you here and that it will be

our greatest pleasure to make the

trip both pleasant and profitable for


With our congratulations and best

wishes, we are,-
Very truly yours,
E. A. Strout Farm Agency Inc.,
William E. Quinn,

Director of Development.
Messrs. Thom and Thomas have

reason to be proud of their success
among such a large number of smart

salesmen. Home folks should also

take pride in their good work, for it

has been done mostly with Marion
county real estate, advertising it to

all parts of America.

We understand that Mr. Thomas

will be the member of the firm to spent Sunday with Mr. Hillman's sis-

iaKe me trip, ana congratulate mm on ter Mrs. G D. Pasteur, and family

nis weu-aeservea pleasure. j Mr and Mrs. D. E. Knoblock and

children of Knoblock were Sunday
INTOLERANCE CAUSES j guests of Mrs. Eva Forbes and fam-


. i Mr. u. K. fadgett spent severa

Belfast, May 11. (By Associated days this week in Norfolk and Wash

Press). Three Catholic youths were ( ington.

taken from their beds at Ballymulderg ; Mrs. J. H. Talton and Mrs. H. E

r last night by a gang and shot, one be- Talton and children left Tuesday for
ing killed and the others seriously a visit with Mrs. Talton's daughter,

wounded. The boys were brothers. Mrs. W. H. Grocott, of Jacksonville.

" Mr. J. M. Hillman came in Sunday

If you want a quart or pint of from Inverness for a few days stay.
. Marocala ice cream, phone 14. Bit- Mr. Hentz GrifSnof Orlando was in
ting's Drug Store. 25-tf Anthony Tuesday.

Hot Spiings, May 11. (Associated
ress). Bishops of the Methodist

Episcopal church, South will continue
to be elected for life instead of speci specified
fied specified terms of years, the general con

ference decided today when proposed

egislation changing the tenure ,of the

Episcopacy was rejected.

Oxford, May 10. Last Saturday

morning the laws of the municipality
of Oxford having been conspicuously

posted, dawned on us as a new era in
the history of our town; a period that

marks the progress of all places on

the road to "citydom." The laws are

engthy and great crowds stand before

them and wring their hands in agony

( ? ) while they read their terable (?)


To read a part of them, we are re

minded of the city of Berlin, that is
said to be the quietest city in the

world, where even steam whistles and

rattling chains of the wagons are not

allowed to disturb the peace of the

citizens. Our laws put a cut-out on

the cars and a silencer on loud think

ing (?). We are thinking of putting
a cut-out on the big mill whistles that

disturb our peaceful rest before the
time (?) We must take our time pass

ing through town and meet the mar

shal with a smile. It is absolutely
agains the law to sell red whisky in

the limits, if you get caught, and the

only shine allowed in town is sun

shine. Even while sepaking of the
beautiful moonshine, we have to be

pointing right towards the full moon
in order to live above suspicion.

On the strength of all these im improvements
provements improvements Mr. O. E. Martin is hav having
ing having a good concrete floor laid in his
garage, and the electric light fever is
spreading from his little light plant.
On account of the recent rains, we
never saw so many new trucks in the
community and gasoline is so hard to
keep on hand. We heard it mentioned
that Mr. Martin might have to put in
a gas factory. Oh, well, when the Ox Oxford
ford Oxford Oil Co. gets in operation, we will
have plenty.

Clyde W. Fore, the wonder of Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, is opening up one of the nicest
ice cream parlors in town. Wilton
Martin, the genius, is preparing an
electric sign made of glass for the

I narlnr. so we ran thrrme-h the

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Perkins and Mr. I busjneS3

The Ladies' Club of Oxford also

twenty-five or fifty years, or such
other time as is agreeable, to com complete
plete complete the plant at govemmnet cost and
repay for all expenditures already
made at the rate of two per cent an annually.
nually. annually. The power developed would
be used to manufacture fertilizers and
other projects. j


London, May 11. (By Associated
Press). Georges Carpentier will en enter
ter enter the ring here today a heavy favor favorite
ite favorite to win over Ted Lewis in their 20 20-round
round 20-round fight for the world's light light-heavyweight
heavyweight light-heavyweight championship. Dempsey

who is here for the battle is confident

that the Frenchman will have a walk



Versailles, May 11 (By Associated

ChieagoUails in Consequence Full Of

Men Who are Being Held
Under Suspicion

Chicago, May 11. (By Associated

Press). Germany will manufacture a Press). The detective bureau and
Zeppelin of 70,000-meters capacity to city jails are crowded today with 400
replace the one allotted the United labor leaders and others held in con con-States
States con-States by the Versailles treaty but de- nection with the murders of two po po-stroyed
stroyed po-stroyed in Germany, under the award licemen here yesterday and die bomb bomb-of
of bomb-of the ambassadors' council which al- j ing of two buildings which the police
lows America three million gold marks I attribute to labor disorders. Rewards

in reparation.


(Associated Press)
Jersey City, May 11. One man was
burned to death and eleven injured in
ai. explosion today aboard the steamer
Julia Luckenbach at a pier here.



(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, May 11. Fire in the
mailing room of the Metropolis office
shoitly afternoon today did about
$1000 damage. The flames were on the
ground floor and dense clouds of
smoke surging up the stairway forced
the employes to leave the building for
half an hour.

totaling $30,000 have been offered for
the arrest of the slayers.



(Associated Press)
St. Paul, Minn., May 11. One
death from heat yesterday was report reported
ed reported here today. The temperature
reached eighty-five.



Belleview, May 10. Miss Marjorie

Dublin, May 11. (By Associated Meyer spent last week as the guest of

Press). Solicitors acting in behalf of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson on Lake
the late Richard Croker's two sons in Weir.

Paris, May 11. (By Associated
Press). The minister of commerce
has received protests from various
chambers of commerce throughout
France against the new tariff schedule
proposed by the finance committee of
the United States Senate.


the United States served notice upon
Mrs. Croker's solicitors today they
had been instructed to enter a caveat
in an Irish court against the will of
Croker when -it is lodged for probate.
This, it is stated, would mean a trial
to prove the will and competency of
the testator.

Mr. and Ms. Hampton of Cleve

land. Ohio, were guests of Dr. and

Mrs. B. N

An approaching wedding of inter interest
est interest to Ocala friends is that of Miss
Maude Alexander to Mr. Edward Dar Darlington,
lington, Darlington, which wil ltake place at the
bride's home in Brooksville on the 7th
of June.
Miss Alexander is well known in

Tanner last week and Ocala, having visited her on several


and Mrs. W. J. Thomas, Mr. Y. D.

Eirwin and little son Y. D. Jr., Mr.

and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin and Mr. and

Mrs. Glover Jones of Ocala were in

Anthony Sunday.

Mr. C. W. Lafferty. pf Mcintosh,

spent Sunday with his family here.

Miss Caroline Pasteur who has been

teaching at Weirsdale, closed her

school there Friday and returned

home Monday to spend the summer

The many friends of Mr. R. L.
Caruthers are glad to know he is im improving
proving improving after an attack of the flu.

Mr. A. J. Burgert of Tampa arriv arrived
ed arrived Monday for a visit to Mr. J. E.

Leitner and family.

Miss Clarice Turner, the bride-elect,

was given a linen shower last Thurs

day afternoon at the home of Mrs. G.

M. Brown.

Miss Mary Forbes arrived home

last week from Yulee, where she

taught school this past term.

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Slay have re

ceived the news of the marriage of
their son Guy, to Miss Lennie Talley
of Buffalo, Ala. The groom spent a

number of months-in Anthony and
has many friends here who extend

congratulations to he and his bride.

Mr. and Mrs. Hillman of Oeala

has erected a stand for the purpose of
dispensing cream and cold drinks to

the public. It looks as if we are go

ing to have a cool town this summer.

Mr. Absalom Gilmore of Ocala slip

ped off last Saturday and paid us a


Mr. W. L. Brinson of this place

made a pleasant visit to Ocala one
day last week.

Mr. M. A. Martin went to Bushnell

ast Tuesday to attend the regular

meeting of the school board.

Miss Pauline Hall of Oxford went

to Bushnell -last Tuesday to spend a

few days with friends of that place.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrelson of

Summerfield were mingling with old
friends at Oxford one day recently.

Mr. W. E. Miller, one of Leesburg's

leading citizens, was in town last

Dunnellon, May 11. The Ocala dis district
trict district of the Methodist church held its
annual conference at Dunnellon May
1-3. Seventy-five delegates attended,
including ministers and laymen of the
various churches in the district. Splen Splendid
did Splendid programs were given at both
morning and afternoon sessions, ser sermons
mons sermons at various times being delivered
by Dr. Palmer of Brooksville, Dr.

Patterson of Tampa, Dr. Carpenter of
-St. Petersburg and Dr. Griffin of
Sutherland. The work of the confer

ence was thoroughly discussed and

such items as appeared most import

ant were taken care of: the endow

ment fund for aged ministers, the

Methodist orphanage fund, the en

dowment fund for widows and chil

dren of Methodist ministers and

Southern College were substantially
supported. The homes of Dunnellon

were opened to the visitors and a

gracious hospitality extended. Every
thing that could be done for the com

fort and entertainment of the guests

Dunnellon showed a willing spirit to
do, and the conference was a splendid

success. Much may be said of the
kindness of Dunnellon people toward
making the conference a success, but
credit must be given to Rev. Koest-

line,- the pastor, and Rev. Burhman,
the presiding elder, for their untiring
efforts and interest in the success of
the conference. Brother Koestline is
a splendid pastor and a friend in the
hearts of the people. He is well liked

by eery one and is doing a good work
in Dunnellon. On Wednesday, May 3,
the conference adjourned. Brooksville
will have the honor of entertaining
the conference next year and we feel
sure that the visitors who attend will
receive cordial treatment there. At
the closing hour of the conference, a
vote of thanks was extended to Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon as a town, the various depart-

ments of the church and the commit-

Mr. J. E. Baxley, Mr. O. Hooks and

Mr. S. J. Buchanan have been on the
sick list of late, but we are glad to re report
port report they are on the mend, and will
soon be on the streets again.

Dr. C. L. Carter of Wildwood is a

frequent visitor to our town lately.
Professional calls? No, he just loves

to breathe Oxford air.

Prof. G. H. Tompkins, Prof. D. R.
Glenn, D. C. Bridges and Dr. C. L.

Carter of Wildwood met the Sumter!

tees who helped to make the confer
ence such a success.

Mr. J. A. Holt passed away after a
lingering illness last Wednesday. He
leaves a widow and five children who
have the sympathy of the community
in their bereavement. He was laid to
rest in the Cedar Grove cemetery.
Mrs. D. B. Kibler and Miss Mary
Doyle were shoppers in Ocala Tues-

i day.

The Thursday half holidays


county school board at Bushnell last ; much enjoyed by the business people

Tuesday. j of our town.
W. C. G. Kilgore, candidate for rep- j Mr. Carl Ray and Mr. G. C. Ware
resentative from Wildwood, paid a of Ocala were business visitors Wed Wed-visit
visit Wed-visit to the only city in Sumter last j nesday.
Tuesday, to mingle with the voters of Messrs. Dawson White and C. A.

while here Mrs. Hampton gave a very
interesting lecture at the Baptist
church. Mrs. Hampton is well known
as Miss Edythe Seesee, and has many
friends and admirers who were more

than pleased to see her again after so
many years.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Mrs.

George Coggswell and Miss Bottsford

left for their summer homes in the

north recently.

A number of tomato packers are

boarding at O. M. Gale's and business

seems rushing at the packing house

this week.

Several cars of cucumbers were
shipped from here in the past three


The B. Y. P. U. is planning to have I

ajaurlo in the park next Thursday
Miss Sarah Bosworth and Miss
Grace Turner left last week for New
York state, where they will spend the
Rev. Martin delivered two interest interesting
ing interesting sermons .at the Baptist church
Sunday. One of Rev. Martin's twin
sons accompanied him on his mission
this week.
Mr. Alex Allen of Tampa called on
Miss Marjorie Meyer one day last
Mrs. George Grunthal and son Ed

die, were called to New York Friday

on account of the illness of Mrs.

Grunthall's sister. They expect to re
turn some again soon.

Mr. and Mrs. C ran da 11, Mrs. Will

iam Meyer and daughter Marjorie,
Mrs. Grunthall and son were business

callers to Ocala Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. French accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Smith

and Mrs. V. D. Pratt were at Heather

I Island Sunday.

Mrs. Hall and family returned home

last week from a visit to Sparr

We are glad to report Mrs. R. L.
Sumner, Mrs. J. A. Freeman and Mrs.

V. D. Pratt improving from their ill

ness. s
Mrs. George of Lowell called on
Mrs. V. D. Pratt Tuesday.
Mr. J. D. Carter and sons of Lady
Lake were in town Sunday.
The Eastern Stars held their usual
meeting at the Masonic hall Tuesday

A wedding of interest to Belleview
people which occurred April 22, was
that of Miss Sophie Meyer of Belle Belleview
view Belleview to Mr. Rudolph Ernest Linder Linder-man
man Linder-man of Brooklyn, N. Y., taking place
at the home of the bridegroom's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Linderman.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Zirbes of the German Baptist
church. The bride is the eldest

occasions as the guest of her cousin,

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, and has a large
circle of friends here who will be in

terested in the announcement of her
approaching marriage. Miss Alexan

der is also a granddaughter of the

late Dr. Thomas Gary of this city She
is a graduate of Johns Hopkins and is
now holding a responsible position at

the head of Dr. Helm's sanitarium in


Mr. Darlington during the world
war saw active service as a lieutenant
in the aviation corps. He is now a
salesman for the Oldsmobile distribu distributors
tors distributors in Tampa.
-;The wedding will be a very quiet
one?'after which the couple will visit

thiba on their wedding trip. Mr. and

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and Mr. and

MrsW. T. Gary will probably be

Or Steer the International Ship With
a Bunch of Pirates For
His Crew

London, May 11. (By Associated
Press). A dispatch to the Evening
Standard from Genoa says, if the
French and Belgians quit the econom economic
ic economic conference Lloyd George will re remain
main remain and "try to work the ship to port
with a short-handed crew. ; v J
Reuters' Genoa correspondent tele telegraphs
graphs telegraphs that: the Russians at 11:45 this

morning handed to Foreign Minister

Schanzer of Italy their reply to the

allied memorandum.



Omaha, May 11. (By Associated

Press). Five persons are missing,

a score are suffering minor injuries

and there was large property, damage

by a tornado at Lexington, Neb., last



Blitchton, May 11. The Jolly Jok

ers met with Misses Winifred and
Geneva McCully May 3rd and differ

ent health topics were discussed.
White and yellow cake with hot choc

olate were served the guests. The
club will meet with Misses Lillian and

Lois Blitch May 17th. The club and a
number of outisde friends enjoyed a
picnic at Silver Springs Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. After a swim in the Springs
all enjoyed refreshments of ice tea,
sandwiches and cake.

Mr. Fenton Blitch of Ocala spent

Sunday afternoon and night with his

parents here.

Rev. Burnette of Williston preached
at the Baptist church Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
Mr. J. G. Coulter got a truck load
of goods from Ocala Saturday.
Mr. Roland Blitch spent Tuesday
attending court at the county seat.

West Indian Island the Home of

Many Birds.


Species of Soms of the Most Beautiful

Feathered Creatures In the
World Are There.
In the little Island of Tobage, the

ward" of Trinidad In the West Indies

and lying to the northwest, birds are

seen at their best and are tame enough

amonj? the out of town guests at he to be studied easily, writes Dudley S.


Corlett in the Los Angeles Times.

At sunset one may see the regular
formations of flamingoes, like a rosy -cloud,
heading for the mainland of
Venezuela. Along the shore the pell-
cans are numerous clumsy and of
dull plumage, that sail all day up and
down the margin of the shore watch watching
ing watching for fish. They drop down with tre tremendous
mendous tremendous velocity, and opening wide
their great bills sweep the fish Into
the pouch which acts as a seln. Then
they raise their heads from the sea
so that the water may drain from the
pouch and leave the fish In the proper
position for swallowing. The little

gulls perch on their heads awaiting for

any chance bits that may &" from

an over-full pouch-

In the dark mangrove swamps one

sees the gray heron, white egrets, bit

tern and coot The gorgeous macaw

in his blue and yellow or red and green
livery is only a rare visitor from the

mainland, but there are socks oi gretm
parrots and noisy perrakeets In ev

ery forest glace. Toucans, gwear


Sparr, May 10. Now that we have

had our share of refreshing showers,

we feel that Sparr is a good old place
in which to live. All our farmers are

looking happy and some are even be

ginning to feel rich." While this week
will probably finish the cucumber and

squash shipments, tomatoes are look

ing fine and will be moving in quan

tities in a few days, and cantaloupes

will not be far behind.

Rev. Mann will fill his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment at the Methodist church
Sunday morning and evening. Since
it will be Mother's Day, let's not for forget
get forget to attend, and wear a while flower
in her honor.
Miss Vera Higginbotham has closed
her school at Electra and is at home

Mrs. Fast and Mrs. C!rkson of Diack, with long-curved bills and yel yel-Pine
Pine yel-Pine were visito. in Sparr the latter low crests, clatter from the tree tops,
nor nf inaf wok and woodpeckers, red and green, wake

Miss Gladys Boyles has returned the forest silences with their ceaseless
from a three weeks visit in Mrtel and work. In the dark bambooades may

. a j i I be seen tne sny -mg

is tne guesx oi ner .urn. uu "I . hI rtD peacock sheen, russet-

Mr. and Mrs. Lnarles tfoyies. . la nran.t tall. With

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young of Ar- Mia tte iridescent bronzed bee bee-cad
cad bee-cad ia were visitors in Sparr last eater, -floating In the sun as he darts
Thursday and Friday. after the Insect-prey, and the golden

Mrs. Clifford Smoak of Fairfield orioles build their long hanging nests
was the guest of Mr. and. Mrs. A. J.I of woven grass from the moss-hung

Rthna Snnrfav- branches or tne xammau

Mr. Bert Hooker has returned from There are not lg""
v n a mocking bird, the black and yellow
the East Coast. -tnnch-vah- and some of the tiny sugar

Mr. Homer Luffman nas recently bIrd And lastly; there Is
treated himself to a new Ford truck. J what ta the most attractive

Mrs. w. e. rasteur wui eniercau m i rf nhe bluebird the Jira or nappi-

f ew friends tonight in honor of Miss I BCfl Cobalt Is his head and back.

Isabel Burton, who leaves Monday fori ,oft gray-blue his breast, and he feasts

an PitPnded trin west. I on the ripest fruit or nopa unarraia

TVio cs-hnnl Vinnse Is rereivin? a. coat I and Into the house after stray beetles.

1 of naint. both inside and out. Part of Tobago snouia aaopi

that section.
We did not count the

I il l- i i l n j 1

passeu mruugn uxioro lasi ounaay,
but there must have been some fewer
than a thousand.
"No one in Ocala takes Benjamin
seriously," etc. Jacksonville Observ Observer.
er. Observer. They don't, eh? But they seem to
take his paper very numerously.


! Nurtelle of Bartow motored to Lees Lees-cars
cars Lees-cars that burg on business Friday.

Mr. O. P. Hood of Leesburg spent
the week-end with his family, leaving
Sunday for an extended business trip
to Philadelphia, New York and other
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Neville motored
to Ocala Friday of last week.

-- Ufc- 9- mmnitv fair nrizA monev KS crest, lor in w.c

wuiiam j m

HnnorhtPT nf Mr. and Mrs

Meyer. She was attended by Miss I is helping in this needed work.

Matilda Linderman as maid of honor.

pie shine the gift of happiness, wfceth-
t k. In Vi hrmiTnl fMfnrM Of the

. m rm I L fcMv

The Ladies Aid society oi sparr i Santera who have elected to lead

The bridegroom was attended by his will hold their anniversary service and ufe mn nttie Island.
hrotW. Mr. George Linderman. as social Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, 9r whether It be on the shining black

best man. The ceremony was follow- at the Methodist church. They will ces of the negroes. As Tobago was
ed by a dinner. The foregoing infor- have as their guests of honor the older a British potion

.,; ir, th RronVlvn : memDers oi uie community ana xnei wm aim Dtu..H

lil0llVXi TICK wvu v-a-wB. I

Daily Eagle, of Sunday, April 30.

, ., . .. ... I rntisnf" of old Scotch famine.
fiifta for Graduate at THE BOOK dren of. Wildwood vwited with Mrs.

. n j; v et i I sr m-' r J

e-tjop 9-3t : Pirate loung ounuay aiiernoou. I! tg vsu Faru-

: . I robe trunks. Agent xor indestructo

See THE BOOK SHOP window dis-

Iplay of "THE WRITE GIFT." 9-St night.

robe trunks.

Dancing at Silver Springs Thursday I trunk. Guarantee Clothing &

Music by Davis orchestra. St I Co. Y. 1LB. O.D 13-tf




ton says, he won't have any hard feel feelings
ings feelings toward the man who takes his
rather thankless job away from him.

ta PITKMSHING COMPANY, i man who is

I tv,,. f-i- will itc satisfied with any

progressive enough to


i help


M. J.rBHtliy Frelnt
H. O. LeveKal, Vlce-PrenldeBt

V J. If fleajantin, Editor
EnteretfCOc'alaFla:, poulofflc as
aecond-class matter.
Ofic ...FlTe-Oae
Kiilurlal Ueprwrt ; Two-Seven
Hor if Flve-Oae
The Associated Ire i exclusively
o titled, for. ihm ue for republication ol

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otherwise credited tn Ihl paper and
Uo the local news published herein.
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On year. 'in advance $6.00
Three months, in, advance 3.00
Three months. In advance 150
One month. In advance 60



put in a county engineer and up-
te methods ot road building and


paragrapher on a small city j
is bound to get into lots of
If he si ys anything some one

s angiv. If h-2 ays nothing he gets ;

cussed for being a "ninny. It ne
calls attention to a bad place in the
ioi.d it is the very thing he should
not have done. if he says nothing
ibout it he is tryng to protect some
-uiclal in hope of getting a hand-out.
It's a hard life but not dull. Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Sun.
So long as they quarrel at you, son,

you are all right. But if three days

;,ass without somebody bawling you
:ut, change your line of talk.

Dllri Plate 1 cents per inch for
consecutive insertions. Alternate Inser Insertions
tions Insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composi-in
in Composi-in rhnrMi on ads that run less than

six, tlmesXO cents per inch. Special 1 paper Huffaker edits is well edit

Eased on four-inch minimum. Lss than ed that's a foregone conclusion. The

four Inches will take a higher rate.

Fiank L. Huffaker is again in the

journalistic field, this, time as editor

of the Suburban Sun, printed at bul bul-phur
phur bul-phur Springs. It is useless to say that



Charter Oak. May 10. We were
.'lad to see rain last week but the
j croj-s art suffering for more. -I
M:-?cs Vesta and Thelma Scroggie
v?r- guests of Miss Esther Morris


i jruav

i .Mis. J. A. Scroggie was the guest
1 -lis. J. M. Brantley Monday aft?r-
j no-,:v
't hare was preaching at the school
! j ? ".ai: Sunday. Rev. D. C. Moore

ie ched. The house was full both
m s Thev were fine sermons and
.ve were glad to see so many out.
Die people of this community will
'01 :lad to know that some men are
re wing the road through this neigh-
Messrs. John Redding, W. J. Piatt
. vl Jin; Monroe have purchased a

' Fo?d truck and Mr. Rube Monroe has

n-.'-.-hased a Dodge touring car. They
::m t have got rich off of their cab cabbage.
bage. cabbage. Ihere will be preaching at the

school house Sunday and Sunday ;

night. Everybody is invited to come.
Don't forget the Sunday school serv service
ice service at the church house at 3:30. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody is invited to attend and keep
coming every Sunday.

which will be furnished upon applica-

HeadlasT Xetleeei Five cents per line
for first insertion; three cents per line
far ach suibseauent insertion. One

change a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
Legal 'Advertisements at legal rates.



HVk,- th comine democratic primary

oamnairn the following rates will be

.k.roH tnr announcements, not to ex-

.l;-twenty lines. PAVABLK WHEN

Weekly Star: For member of legis legis-uira
uira legis-uira mmhr of school board, mem

ber" of board of county commissioners,
county :juirveyor, registration officer.
Mniab) and Justice of the peace, ?o;

.11 .. 1 a an4 n tlnnal officers. $10.

Rvoninz (itar: (One insertion each

eki 4ame rates as Weekly Star.

Announcements under this rate are
to run from date of Insertion until date
of primary election.
' Readers for insertion will be charged

.t the regular commercial rates.

Sun starts out with a good line of ad advertising
vertising advertising and is evidently on the fair

road to success. Huffaker has oar
very best wishes. Clearwater Sun.

Here's good luck to Huff. May his

Sun ever shine.

During the fire in the'Willard hotel,
Washington, Olga Petrova, mistaking
them for hotel porters, offered two
congressmen $5 apiece to rescue her
baggage and they quit work. It was a
most peculiar mistake.- Hotel porters
are usually more intellectual looking
than congressmen. Roy K. Moulton
in St. Petersburg Times.
You would be afraid to. say that if
one of the congressmen had been Rep

resentative Drape.




Brilliant Young Attorney, Who Asks
To Share in the Honor of Repre Representing
senting Representing Marion, at Tallahassee

Above we present to you the
thoughtful features of Frederick R.
Hocker of Ocala, who respectfully
asks the people to accord him the
honor of being half of the team that
shall pull for Marion county in the
House of Representatives at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee next term.

Tutsday night, May 9, the members
of Tulula Lodge held a very pleasant
and profitable meeting. There was a
large attendance, and as there was no
work to do the time was passed in
making plans and talks for the "good
of the order.-"
Mr. Geo. W. Scofield, grand master
of the Florida Odd Fellows, was pres present,
ent, present, and gave one of his encouraging
talks. Mr. Scofield is a hard worker

and helper among the Odd Fellows,


The Howe Tire is Extra Quality

Phone. 516

South Magnolia street opposite Rest Room

Mcintosh is a thriving little town.

We understand they have so m much

money 'up there that they are figuring

on a enW bank.

An exchange says it's but a short

teD from hooch to Chattahoochee,

and we reproduce the squib, for we
are tfre it can't be canned.

The newspapers make more fuss

about the free seed appropriation of

Congress, which is a comparatively

small item, than they do about num

berless ennecessary pieces of graft f
ten tirnes the size.
It is reported that Mr. W. J. Crsoby
might be persuaded to enter the race
as member of the school board, to suc succeed"
ceed" succeed" A1. J. Stephens. Mr. Crosby has
always been a great helper in school
worki'and knows as much about ways
and Wans as any man in the county.
It is reported Jack Dempsey will
fight Georges Carpentier again. To
equal things up this time Georges
should be permitted to use brass
knucks and Jack should be blindfold blindfold-ed.Jacksonville
ed.Jacksonville blindfold-ed.Jacksonville Metropolis.

We move to amend by substituting
a double-bitted, ax for the brass


Those Florida newspapers who
translated the action of the Dade
county school board relative to social
functions in the school as a just re rebuke
buke rebuke to misbehaving students don't
know what they are talking about. It
was a school board going off half half-cocked.
cocked. half-cocked. Miami Metrooplis.
Right now is a good time for the
people of your county to put in a
school board that has a safety catch
on the firing action.

In looking back over the career of and has been weicome m every lodge

Frederick Hocker as we have known

him as boy and man for more than a
score of years, we would say he is a
young gentleman of the old school.
Progressive toward business-like and
scientific ideas in government, in
politics he is of the Washingtonian
school, which has been the balance
wheel of our nation for a century and
a third of a century. That is, a deter-

from the time he first put on the scar scarlet
let scarlet collar until today when he holds
the highest office in the order in the
A new entertainment committee
was appointed., and at once peeled
some bark off every brother's roll,
which will be returned with interest
at no distant date.
All the members of Tulula Lodge

mination to do for ourselves, and should be present at the meeting next
trust others to do for themselves, a Tuesdav pvenin?. Mav 16. for on that

occasion a delegation will come up

hope that all will play fair, and a dis- j
inclination to condemn until it is cer- i
tain they are playing unfair. His

platform is sliort but stands four

square, it is simply.

"Better Laws, Lower Taxes and

Fewer Office Holders."

It is unnecessary to speak much


It'niust be admitted that Woodrow
Wilson is rather irascible. But he has
some righ' to feel bitter toward such

men as'Reid, to whose personal per

secution and unpatriotic opposition, he

owes his shattered health and the de

feat- 'of his hopes to better America

and the world.

(Evening Star May 11, 1902)
In this issue of the Star appears a

long and interesting account of the

eruption of Mont Pelee on the Island

of Martinique, which occurred on
March 3rd.

Miss Emma Barber is taking in

struction in shorthand from Tullis

Biggs, Esq.

Mrs. Benj. J. Potte rand daughter,

Miss Valet, left for Tampa today to

visit their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L.


Miss Marv Hafele left today for

New Ycik to enter a training school

for nurses.

C. E. Herrick of Crystal River was

in town today.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 11, 1912)

E. A. Osborne of Morriston was at

the Ocala House last night.

Mr. G. K. Williams Is expecting his

wife and daughter Miss Edith, to ar

rive from Troy, Ala., today. They will

make their home in the residence next

door to Mr. D. E. Mclver, recently oc
cupied by Mr. H. A. Kramer.

Dr. D. M. Smith has admitted to

partnership in his practice, Dr. H. F,

Arthur Brisbane pithily says:

"However, whether we descend from
monkevs' or not. we are not far from

them mentally. The news that Miss Watt, an exceedingly competent phy-

or MrsV Peezv HoDkins Jovce took an sician and pleasant young gentleman

overdose of drucrs in Paris receives in f rom Chicago.

th newsnar five timps as much at- Mr. L. F. Ballard went to Orange

mt!An o noe v,a naiiu Vvo4- the Hoof Springs today to inspect the sur-

can hear through their finger tips."

When justice-loving boys. and girls
see people in authority fail to be just

it is altogether certain that they" slip
just a little farther toward the re

bellion, that is the ultimate result" of

all injustice. Miami Metropolis.

. There is undoubtedly a little too
much disposition among grown-ups to

impress fear of authority rather thah

- respect' for 'justice on the young folk.

Notwithstanding the of t-proven fact

that it 'seldom works.

roundings and choose a picnic ground

for the Baptist Sunday school.

Col. Zach Mulhall left today on

business trip to Savannah.


from Oxford, bringing candidates for
work in the first and second degrees.
After these new brethren have taken
the trip to Jericho, the recently ap appointed
pointed appointed refreshment committee will
give proof positive and tangible that
it has sotten its hand in. Anv mem-

personally of Mr. Hocker, who is well- ;ber who fails to be present will be an

I odd fellow, sure enouarh.

longs to a family that has been much j Don't foreet the date.

in public life and has always given
faithful and efficient service to the j WOODMEN MEET FRIDAY NIGHT
people. He ha,s had marked success

since graduating from the law school ; The regular monthly meeting of
of the University of Florida, ten Fort Kinr Camp4 Woodmen of the
years ago. Most of that time, he has World, will be held Fridav evenW.


May 12, and all sovereigns are re-

Lake Weir, May 10. Mrs. B. Baker j
and three little daughters have gone j

to St. Petersburg to spend a few
weeks with Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Baker's
Mrs. King of Albany, Ga., arrived
Sunday evening to spend an indefinite
time on the lake and has apartments
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Mrs. Emma Chenowith is pleasant pleasantly
ly pleasantly located in the little bungalow that
Mr. Westover has just completed for
her opposite the postoffice.
Mrs. R. L. Martin left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to spend two weeks with her

daughter, Mrs. H. B. Potter, in St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. Mrs. Potter will return to

her home in Jacksonville as soon as
the school closes in St. Petersburg,
where she had entered her little son.
Flackberries are abundant since the
ra:n. A small canning factory on the
lake would be a benefit to the fruit
growers as well as the farmers who
could plant sugar corn, tomatoes, pi pi-mentoes,
mentoes, pi-mentoes, beans and beets, if they were

5 -The Temperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
if: Ate Always Low and Quality High

Watch for Oar Delivery Boys With Red Wheels

fe We are now making a high grade of CREAMERY
& BUTTER each day. Try a pound today your mon monkey
key monkey back if you don't find it fresh and pure. Drink

our BUTTERMILK. Have you tried

sssured of a
rouM raise.

market for all they


been city attorney for Ocala, and has

won for the people of his town a num

ber of difficult and intricate cases, be beside
side beside conducting a rapidly increasing
practice of his own. Few men of his
age are as well posted in the law. If

he goes to Tallahassee, he will give
faithful and intelligent service to

Florida and Marion county, and will
be found among the progressive leg

islators who are trying to pry the

barnacels loose from the ship of state.

quested to be present.

In business to save you. FISHEL'S.


Moss Bluff, May 10. Mr. W. W.
Ward and grandson Ernest Catoy, of
Leesburg, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Fort Sunday. Mr. Ward
wa seighty-six years old last Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, May 4th.

6:45 pm

9:16 pm
8:20 am
7:00 am
6:20 pm
11:59 am
11:50 am

county commissioner Talton is

likely to have opposition in his dis

trict. Friends of C. E. Bateman and

Ed Hopkin are trying to induce them

to run. Mr. Bateman is a popular and
competent business man of Mcintosh
and Mf. Hopkins is" a well-known

citizen of Fairfield. Both have lots

of friends. From what Johnny Tal-


: Now mjihiothersi are naming theii
Mwly born sons, "Warren," it's doub
ly Important that our new President
makes good.

Conner, May 9. Prof. Horace

Hurst, wife and children have return returned
ed returned from Live Oak, where they spent

several days with Mr. Hurst's mother.

Clarence Priest and sisters, Misses

Sara Lou and Fannie Belle Priest of

Anthony, were week-end guests of
their cousins, Miss Wynonah Randall
and George Randall.

The many friends of Mr. Pat Ran

dall "will be interested to know that

he is improving: at St. Vincent's hos

pital in Jacksonville, where he under

went an operation two weeks ago.
C. C. Priest and wife of Anthony

were visiting relatives at Conner and

attended the revival services at the

Methodist church Sunday night.

E. O. Powell is doing jury duty this


W. C. Henderson and wife and
Misses Edna Gnann and Martha Pow Powell
ell Powell were on a shopping trip to Ocala
Capron Smith and wife spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the county seat.
O. H. Rogers, wife and children and
Mrs. McDougald of Ocala were visit visiting
ing visiting the family of T. B. Griggs and
wife yesterday.
Mrs. Herbert Cordrey and baby are
spending sometime with her mother,
Mrs. J. A. Hicks.
j The revival services conducted by
Rev. P. K. Rowell of White Springs,

at the Methodist chuch for the past

two weks, closed Sunday night.
"Ladies, our line of TISSUE GING


ETC., will delight fou." FISHEL'S.
Country cured hams sliced at the

Mam Street Market. Phone 108. IS

Arrival and departure of passengei
X'hc following schedule figures pub
ihed as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pin Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:1,t am St Pptprshnrc d'ftfi r. m

Rev. McClellan of Ocala, pastor of ,2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
Harmony Baptist church of Electra, 2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
failed to fill his appointment Satur-1 1:50 Pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
day and Sunday on account of .Kk.AAg?f
ness. We wish him a speedy recov- j Leaves Station Arrives
ery 6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 nm

Mr. and Mrs. Henry rort and ;l:4opm Ucala-Jacksonville
Misses Mabel and Helen Squires en-! 3 :25pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg
joyed a pleasant day Saturday at'f:am la-St. Petersbrg
1., J J : 2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville
Stokes ferry. 1 3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa
Mr. Ernest Roberts of Ocala was a 7:10 am lOcala-Wilcox
caller in our burcr Sundav afternoon. 7:25 am f Ocala-Lakeland

Messrs. Dan Fort, Clifford Fort and i LOnay Wednesday, r nday.
t . r i c- 4. yTuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Jack Galloway went to Ocala Satur-,
day afternoon to see the ball game, j
and that night about eight o'clock

drove down to the theater and parked j
their car nearby. When they came

out, Dan's car was gone. He hasn't
heard a word from -it yet.

The Moss Bluff boys played their :

first game of baseball Saturday after- j
noon at Lake Weir. The score was 7

to 19 in favor of Lake Weir. They j

will play again Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and ;

daughters, Misses Sidney Mae and j
Pearl Johnson and three boys of An- I
thony spent Sunday here, guests of

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fort and Mr. and :

Mrs. Oliver Fort.

Deputy Forest Supervisor C. H.

Rogers of Lynne and U. S. Officer

Smith of Washington, spent Tuesday,

morning at the home of Mr. Albert W.

Mr. John P. Galloway will begin

shipping tomatoes the last of the


Misses Lilly Sue Clayton and Allle
Lee Johns, two of our teachers, left

last week for their homes. Thev made

many friends while here who regret to
see them leave. We hope we shall
have the pleasure of having them

with us again soon.

Messrs. John P. Galloway and W.
W. Stripling of Ocala were callers in
our vicinity Tuesday. Mr. Stripling
is with the company that purchased
Mr. Galloway's place a few days ago.
The 'county candidates will speak
here at the Moss Bluff school house
Thursday night. May 18th, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock Everybody should try
and be present.

Notice is hereby given that the an- -i

nual stockholders' meeting of the i

Marion County Creamery Company
will be held in the courthouse in
Ocala, Tuesday, at ten o'clock a. m.,
May 23rd, 1922. Every stockholder is
requested to be present.
E. C. Beuchler, President.

H. L. Shearer, See'y. ll-ltdly-2twy

g in the last day or two? It can't be beat. Phone 94

Fresh water fish at the Ocala Cash

Market. Phone 110.


Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

lie Past 21 fear



? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Prior to going to New York, Godson has
put on a 60 days sale. Beginning
MAY 20flln U JULY 20fHhi
this sale will be on, where Real Bargains
can be found. Below a few
prices are quoted ;
Men's Elastic Drawers, now 48c each
Men's and Boy's Linen Collars, all styles 10c each


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 juj will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
your requirements.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

Complete line of luggage and ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe trunks. Agent for Indestructo
trunk. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D 19-tf

Rye and Graham Bread, Fan Fancy
cy Fancy Cakes and Pies
a Specialty
Ask your Grocer for Broadway
Bakery Bread
Phone 519 111 W. Broadway


lOc.vard &


10c each
' "r
14c each
81.25 up
98c each

Amoskeag Apron Ginghams for
Ladies' Sun Hats
Large Sun Hats for men
.Bungalow, Aprons and House Dresses..
.Crepe Kimonas

Great Shirt values for men and boys
Jumper Dresses, all colors, regular $1.50, now 98c
Many more Values and Bargains that space will
not allow quotation- COME AND SEE
Remember, these are Sale Prices and cannot be charged.







n n

Bat story ever mitten by
' Author if
"PUummm." "JadDiJ."
"Dawn," ttc

And wasn't I glad to get there?
Well, I Just guess I was! And they
acted as Jf they were glad to see me
Mother, Grandfather, Aunt Hattle, and
ven Baby Lester. He knew me, and
remembered me. He'd grown a lot,
too. And they said I had, and that I
looked very nice. (1 forgot to say that,
of course, I had put on the Marie
clothes to, come home In though I
honestly think Aunt Jane wanted to
send me home In Mary's blue ginghoti:
and calfskin shoes. As If I'd have ap appeared
peared appeared in Boston in that rig!)
My, but it was good to get into ao
automobile again and just go And It
was so good to have folks around you
dressed in something besides don't-care
black alpaca and stilt collars. And 1
said so. And Mother seemed so
"You did want to come back to me,
darling, didn't your' she crled giving
me a little hug. And she looked so
happy when I told her all over again
how good It seemed to be Marie again
and have her and Boston, and automo automobiles,
biles, automobiles, and pretty dresses and folki
and noise again. f
She didn't say anything about Fathei
then; but later, when we were up In
my pretty room alone, and I was tak
lng off my things, she made me tel
her that Father hadn't won my iovt
away from herand that I didn't lov
him better than I did her; and thai
I wouldn't rather stay with him tnar
with her.
Then she asked me a lot of question!
about what I did there, and Aunt Jane
and how she looked, and Father, anc
was he as fond of stars as ever (thougt
she must have known 'most everything
'cause I'd already written it, but sin

asked ma just the same.) And sb

seemed real lnferested in everything I
told her.
And she asked was he lonesome;

and I told her no, I didn't think so;

and that, anyway, he could have all
the ladles' company he wanted by just
being around when they called. And
when she asked what I meant, I told
her about Mrs. Darling, and the rest,
and how they came evenings and Sun

days, and how Father didn't like thera.

but would flee to the observatory. And

she laughed and looked funny, for a
minute. But right away she changed
and looked very sober, with the kind
of expression she lias when she stands,
up in church and says the Apostles'.
Creed on Sunday; only this time she
said she was very sorry, she was sure ;
that she hoped my father would find
some estimable woman who would
make a good home for him.
Then the dlnner-gong sounded, and
he didn't say any more.
There was company that evening.
The violinist. He brought his violin.

There Was Company That Evening.
The Violinist.
and he and Mother played a whole
hour together."""He's awfully handsome.
I think he's lovely. Oh, I do so hope
he's the one! Anyhow, I hope there's
some one. I don't want this novel to
all fizzle out without there being any
pne to make it a love story 1 Besides,
as I said before, I'm particularly anx anxious
ious anxious that Mother shall find somebody
to marry her, so she'll stop being di divorced,
vorced, divorced, anyway.

Yes, I know it's been ages since I've
written here In this book ; but there
Just hasn't been a minute's time.
First, of course, school began, "and
I had to attend to that And. of
course, I had to tell the girls all
about Anderson vllle except the parts
. I didn't want to tell, about Stella May May-'
' May-' hew, and my coming out of school. 1
didn't tell that. And right here let me
say how glad I was to get back to this
school a real school so different
from that one up in Andersonville!
For that matter, everything's different
here from what it is in Andersonville.
Td so much rather be Marie than
Mary. I know I won't ever be Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde here. Ill be the
food one. all the time.

It's funny how much easier it is to

be good in silk stockings and a fluffy
white dresa than It is in. blue glgghagi

and calfskin. Oh, m own Qp fiisfl
Marie forgets sometimes and says
thlngsMary used to say; like calling
Olga a hired girl Instead of a maid, as
Aunt Hattie wants, and saying dinner
instead of luncheon at noon, and some
other things.
I heard Aunt Hattle tell Mother one
day that it was going to take about
the. whole six months to break Mary
Marie of those outlandish country
ways of hers. (So, yon see, It Isn't all
honey and pie even for Marie. This
trying to be Mary and Marie, even six
months apart, isn't the easiest thing
ever was !) I don't think Mother liked
It very well what Aunt Hattle said
about my outlandish ways. I didn't
hear all Mother said, but I knew by
the way she looked and acted, and the
little I did hear, that she didn't care
for that world "outlandish' applied to
her little girl not at all.
Mother's a dear. And she's so hap happy
py happy And, by the way, I think it is the
violinist. He's here a lot, and she's
out with him to concerts and plays,
and riding in his automobile. And
she always puts on her prettiest
dresses, and she's very particular
about her shoes, and her hats, that
they're becoming, and all that Oh, I'm
so excited! And I'm having such a
good time watching them I Oh, I don't
mean watching them in a disagreeable
way, so that they" see it; and, of
course, I have to get all I can for the
book, you know; and, of course. If I
Just happen to be In the window-seat
corner In the library and hear things
accidentally, why, that's all right
And I have heard things.
He says her eyes are lovely. He
likes her best In blue. He's very lone lonely,
ly, lonely, and he never found a woman be before
fore before who really understood him. He
thinks her soul and his are tuned to
the same string. (Oh, dear! That
sounds funny and horrid, and not at
all the way It did when he said it. It
was beautiful then. But well, that

is what It meant, anyway.)
She told him she was lonely, too,
and that she was very glad to have
him for a friend ; and he said he prized
her friendship above everything else in
the world. And tie obr at her, and
follows her around the room with his
eyes; and she blushes up real pink
and pretty lots of times when he comes
into the room.
Now, if that isn't making love to
each other, I don't know what Is. I'm
sure he's going to propose. Oh, I'm
so excited!
Oh', yes, I know If he does propose
and she says yes, hell be my new fa father.
ther. father. I understand that. And, of
course, I can't help wondering how
I'll like it. Sometimes I think I won't
like it at all. Sometimes I almost
catch myself wishing that I didn't have
to have any new father or mother. I'd
never need a new mother, anyway, and
I wouldn't need a new father If my
father-by-order-of-the-court would be
as nice as he was there two or three

times In the observatory.
But, there I After all, I must remem remember
ber remember that I'm not the one thafs doing
the choosing. It's Mother. And if she
wants the violinist I mustn't have any anything
thing anything to say. Besides, I really like him
very much, anyway. He's the b-est of
the lot. I'm sure of that. And that's
something. And then, of course, I'm
glad to have something to make this a
love story, and best of all I would be

glad to have Mother stop being di divorced,
vorced, divorced, anyway.
Mr. Harlow doesn't come here any
more, I guess. Anyway, I haven't seen
him here once since I came back ; and
I haven't heard anybody mention his
Quite a. lot of the others are here,
and there are some new ones. But the
violinist is here most, and Mother
seems to go out with him most to
places. That's why I say I think It's
the violinist.
I haven't heard from Father.
Now Just my writing that down that
way shows that I expected to hear
from him, though I don't really -see
why I should, either. Of course, he
never has written to me; and, of
course, I understand. that I'm nothing
but his daughter by order of the court.
But, some way, I did think maybe he'd
write me just a little bit of a note In
answer to mine my bread-and-butter
letter, I mean; for, of course, Mother
had me write that to him as soon as
I got here.
But he hasn't.
I wonder how he's getting along, and
if he misses me any. But, of course,
he doesn't do that If I was a star,
now I

The violinist has got a rival. I'm
sure he has. It's Mr. Easterbrook.

He's old much as forty and bald bald-headed
headed bald-headed and fat, and has got lots of

money. And he's a very estimable
man. (I heard Aunt Hattie say that.)

He's awfully jolly, and I like him. He

brings me the loveliest boxes of candy,
and calls me Puss. (I don't like that.

particularly. I'd prefer him to call

me Miss Anderson.) He's not nearly
so good-looking as the violinist. The
violinist is lots more thrilling, but I

shouldn't wonder If Mr. Easterbrook

was more comfortable to Ave with.

The violinist is the kind of a man
that makes you want to sit up and

take notice, and have your hair and

finger nails and shoes Just right; but
with Mr. Easterbrook you wouldn't

mind a bit sitting In a big chair be before
fore before the fire with a alr of old slippers

on, if your feet were tired.

Mr. Easterttrook doesn't care for

music. He's a broker. He looks aw

fully bored when the violinist Is play
lng, and he fidget with his watch
chain, and clears his throat very loud

lv just before he -peaks every tlm

His automobile is bigger and hand

somer than the violinist's. (Aunt Hat

tie says the violinist's automobile Is

a hired one.) And Mr. Enpterbrook's
flowers thnt he sends to Mother are
handsomer, too. and lots more of them,
than the violinist's. Aunt Hattie has
noticed that. t'o. In fact, 1 guess there
isn't anything about Mr. Easterbrook
that slie doesn't notice.
Aunt Hattie likes Mr. Kasterhroo'r
lots better than she does ti e violinist.
I heard her talkin:; to Mtli-r one lav.

-Business Qfrls Park High Shoes.
"Do you know the laest thing the
jirls are parking' in our officer asked
the office boy.
His mother, at home, couldn't
"Their high shoes. The girls that
live in the count ry have to wear high
shoes to get through the snow and
slush on the way to the train, but
they can't afford to be seen in any anything
thing anything but low, French heeled pumps
In town. It Isn't being done. They
bring In the pumps in a handbag with without
out without th'eir mothers knowing it I bet
and as soon as they take off their
hats and coats off go the high shoes
and on go the slippers. They have
the glory of walking out at noon with
them on and then they return to the
high shoes at 5 o'clock. New York


New Ideas for the State.
It is reported that a play entitled.
The Island of Monkeys." In which
the players are all to be dressed In
the guise of various sorts of apes, is
shortly to be produced in Milan. Italy.
In v1ev of Rostand's successful dram dramatization
atization dramatization of the dweller? of a barn barnyard,
yard, barnyard, one vili.wait until after the pre premiere
miere premiere to say that it can't be done.
Then ther was the operetta "Wood "Woodland."
land." "Woodland." in which all the characters were
birds. David Belasco's press depart

ment tor some time nounsnw a rumor

that the had In preparatioufJhese operations invariably take place!

Hupmobile, five-passenger.
Buick Truck.
Good condition. $275 and take both


MOTOR CO., prone 8, Ocala. 10-tf

a drama in which all the characters
were insects. This manager secured
very nearly as much publicity for this
odd notion as William Oilette did for
his persistently reported intention to
play Hamlet. Dramatic editors In
many citie devoted many columns to
argument that the ideal impersonator

' of Sherlock Holmes would not make
i an even passable prince of Denmark.
Christian Science Monitor

New Jantzen national swimming

suits for ladies and men. Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf

Our new MOTHER'S DAY cards
will express just the sentiment you
want for your mother. THE SPE SPECIALTY
Fresh fish every day, and we make
no extra charge for cleaning them.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf

Instinct of Prairie Dogs.
Prairie dogs stem to have some
kind of foreknowledge of the weath weather,
er, weather, if observers at the New York Zoo Zoological
logical Zoological park are right Now and then
the large members of the colony loosen
the earth round their mounas with

their forefeet, then shovel the soil up-j
ward with their hind feet Others
members work inside the burrow,'
throwing out earth to aid in the build-1
lng. WheD a dyke has been built, the!
animals tamp the earth down with'
their heads an amusing sight. As

before storm, the obvious purpose 1st

to build a dam that will keep the wa water
ter water from running Into the burrow.

No Standard of Weight
The bureau of railway economics
says there is no standard for the

weight of a railroad rail. This depends j

entirely on the traffic the particular
road Is handling. Usually rails are
not measured by the foot, but by the
yard. Formerly railroads used the
80-pound rail per yard, but now most
roads use the 100-pound rail. The Vir Virginian
ginian Virginian railroad is using a 120-pound
rail, as It handles very Seavy traffic

How Rodents Spent Nights.
Spying on the night habits of mice
and other small rodents Is now occupy occupying
ing occupying the attention of Vernon Bailey of
the biological survey of the Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture.

tie lets some or mem sieep on a 1 2-3-tf

sleeping porcn ana nasnes a llgnt on
them at various times. Others spend
the evening with him to the library.
Another lot he has placed In a room at
outdoor temperature so that he can
find out how they hibernate for the
MrBailey is observing a bat in ad addition
dition addition to 15 different kinds of rodents
that he captured alive in Arizona last
spring, and he also is studying bis
beavers that live at the National
Zoological park.

We are now churning daily and
have butter and buttermilk every day.
Phone 94. Marion County Creamery.

More Appropriate.
The Host of the Graball Inn That's
a new pennant I had designed to hoist
over -the inn. Whatdo you think, of
The Guest Very pretty. Captain
Kidd flew the skull and crossbones.

When yoa want rellaija lassrase
fire or life, let me shorr yoa the prepo prepositions
sitions prepositions offered by soma f the gtrecs-

esi companies tn t& una.

F. W. DITTO, Afest.



Geo. MaoKay S Co.
, Ocsla. Fb.

Still Survive.
"I have one grudge against 'Noah."
"What is that?"
"He took a lot of old anecdotes Into
the ark." Louisville Courier-Journal.

New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.

Careful estimates mad ca a3 eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives mora and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

I am now in position to repair type

writers, adding machines and phono

graphs. Leave your orders with us,

and party will call for machine. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A- E. Geriff. 8-6t

(Continued Tomorrow)
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe oC. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf


liTE, the growers who compose
" the Florida Citrus Exchange,
take justifiable pride in this,
our Sealdsweet trademark.

of FLORIDA- by




Consider These
' Th history, aims and purposes
of the Florida Citrus Exchange
may not be told in a few words.
They are identical with those
of the citrus industry in Florida.
The two cannot be intelligently
After more than a dozen years
of successful operation, the Flor Florida
ida Florida Citrus Exchange today typi typifies
fies typifies the success of co-operative
marketing carried on with the
true co-operative spirit.
It is to co-operative marketing
that all the producers of the
United States today are turning
and everywhere the Florida Citrus
Exchange is regarded as a model
of efficient service to members.
Whatever 'the problems of the
future they must be the prob problems
lems problems of the growers those who
own the land and the trees which
produce citrus fruits and only
the organized growers success successfully
fully successfully may solve them.
The expansion of carlot mar markets
kets markets for Florida oranges and
grapefruit has been due to the
efforts of the growers' own co cooperative
operative cooperative organization. Future
expansion of such markets must
be made by the growers.
The first commercial introduc introduction
tion introduction Of regular supplies of grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit into Great Britain, with
accompanying educational work,
la but a single one of the achieve achievements
ments achievements of the Florida Citrus
Exchange during the current
marketing season.
Remember These
Sealdsweet oranges and grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit are accepted by the trade
as nationally advertised products.
And theykre distinctly Florida
products. Likewise, distinctly
Hundreds of thousands of
housewives who demand Seald Sealdsweet
sweet Sealdsweet from their grocers asso associate
ciate associate the name only with oranges
and grapefruit from Florida.
While the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange preserves most cordial
relations with co-operative mar marketing
keting marketing organizations everywhere.
It has no entangling alliances.
A freeze in California or a
drouth in New York State for
this reason may only bring the
benefits of better prices to mem members
bers members of this organization.
Any member, of the Florida
Citrus Exchange always is in a
position to obtain the "high dol dollar"
lar" dollar" for his fruit whenever there
Is a market upturn. Nothing
could demonstrate this better
than events of last ninety days.
In number of members, acreage
and volume of fruit, the Florida
Citrus Exchange shows constant
and consistent gain. There must
be reasons for these facts. In Investigate
vestigate Investigate and you will readily
find what arc these reasons.


T is ours. It belongs to no one else. It cannot be taken away from
us. Its value increases from season to season. That value and its

increase, belong solely to us.

We are constantly working to upbuild the good-will value of our
Sealdsweet trademark by advertising to consumers and to dealers; by
consistent grading and packing practices; by intelligent co-operation with
the trade.
We do this secure in the knowledge that the Sealdsweet trade trademark
mark trademark must remain a distinct asset to the citrus industry of Florida, and
to Florida alone. It cannot be adversely affected by association with the
products of any other section, or with other than citrus fruits.
During this last season we -have made an increase of forty per
cent in the private-sale, carlot markets in which Sealdsweet oranges and
grapefruit have been sold, as compared with any previous year in the
history of our organization. This is indicative of the progress which
this co-operative body has been making, and is making, in every de department
partment department of its operation.
The close of the season will find the Florida Citrus Exchange in
the strongest position that ever it has occupied, having marketed suc successfully
cessfully successfully the largest volume of fruit in its history; and having made rev?,
ery possible preparation for the greater tasks which lie before it in pro protecting
tecting protecting the interests of Florida producers, who must look to it, and to it
alone for the solution of their problems, as citrus production further in increases
creases increases in the groves of the state.

In the ranks of the hundred-and-one associations of this or organization
ganization organization there is room for every grower who has the ability to co cooperate
operate cooperate "to conduct yourself that others may work with you."
For detailed information consult the manager of the nearest Asso Association
ciation Association or of the sub-Exchange in your territory; or write to the
Business Manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Florida.
Remember, there is no capital stock; there are no initiation
fees; there are no membership dues.

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If you have any local or society
Kerns for the Star, call five-one.

Prof, and Mrs. Van Brunt of Inver

ness were visitors in Ocala, today.
Mother's Day May 14th. Framed
mottoes and 'cards at THE GIFT
SHOP, 9-3t


' Dancing at Silver Springs Thursday
night., Music by Davis orchestra. 3t
Postmaster. J. C. Pillans of Electra
is among the business visitors in the
city today.

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf

One of the rrisny matters investi investigated
gated investigated by the grand jury in session
this morning was the work on the

Dixie Highway through Marion coun-'

ty. The bond trustees were question

ed about the method used by them fh

depositing the money realized by the
-ale of the bonds. This money is -on
deposit without interest for one year
upon an understanding had with the
banks when they negotiated the "sale
of the bonds. The grand jury also
questioned those in authority as to the,
orogress being made on the highway
and the prospects for its early completion.


Mrs. Geo. W. Martin will go to
Oldsmar to spend Sunday with her
daughter, Mrs." Harrison Black.

In business to save you. FISHEL'S.

Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Ia a beauty you will like it. tf

Miss Mamie Ruth Sanders of Dun-J

nellon is the guets of Mrs. Geo. W

Martin, her aunt. She expects to re

turn home tomorrow.

Our collection of MOTHER'S DAY

cards is larger and better than ever

E. GERIG. 8-6t

Phone 74 when you want Florida
and Western Meats, prompt service

and free delivery. Eagle Grocery and

Meat Market. 11-tf

We are now churning daily and

have butter and buttermilk every day.

Phone94. Marion Ccunty Creamery. St

Davidson's Union Station Restau Restaurant
rant Restaurant will be closed to the general pub public
lic public tomorrow evening from 9 to 11

o'clock when the members of the

graduating class of the Ocala high
school will enjoy a banquet at the res



Hemstitching and peccting done on

short notice. AH work guaranteed.

We furnish the thread. Singers and

other makes of machines for sale. We

carry needles, oil and parts for all

sewing machines. All repair work

guaranteed. Phone 502 green.
Cardwell Sewing Machine Co.,

l-il 317 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar-

Vet. Phoce 108. 13



A special meeting of the local camp

of Spanish-American War Veterans is
called for tomorrow night at eight

Mother's Day cards at THE GIFT
SHOP. 9-3t

Mr. John M. Thackerson, who has
been on a short visit to his family, has
returned to his duties at Alton, Su Su-wanee
wanee Su-wanee county, taking with him his son
Claude, who has accepted a position
with the Standard Foundry & Machine
Works there. Claude has in him the
making of a fine mechanic and we
wish him success. Mrs. Thackerson
and Elizabeth will remain here until
school is out, when they will join the
rest of the family ofr a season.


The regular monthly meeting, of
Dickison Chapter U. D. C, will be
held Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. R. Moorhead at 4 o'clock.
All members are urged to be present
and a cordial invitation is extended
to all visiting members in town.
Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
Recording Secretary-

Order now. An Allen Bath Outfit.
"Enjoy it greatly; wouldn't be with without
out without it"; "Just what my wife has
wanted." So say Ocala people. 'Bath
roora outfit $4.50; portable -outfit
$7.50. R. C. Loveridge, Agent, Ocala,
Fla. 9-6t

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery
Its a beauty you will like it. tf

JX nj -O -4. --' i


New low prices. FISHEL'S. 2t

Mrs. Duke W. Cato after a two
weeks' visit with her parents,. Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Norris tt their home on 8th
street, returned to her home in Tampa
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf


Advertising, Commercial
Prices Always Right.
N. Magnolia Street


' Satisfied Customers, our best asset.

Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Harrison and two
little daughters, Margaret and Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, who have been living in Ocala the
past year, left last night for their
former home in Vermont.

For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14. Bitting's Drug Store. 25-tf

"KEDS" White Walking Shoes for
comfort. ... FISHEL'S. 2t

, Mrs. Waits of Grove Park is spend spending
ing spending some time in Ocala at the home
of her daughter Mrs. E. D. Bryan, on
Sanchez street. Mrs. Waits has been
quite sick but is now improving.

Sti-aw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf
Framed Mottoes for mother at the
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t

Mrs. C. J. Woods, better known in
Ocala as Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick, who
has been spending some time in Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon with her mother, Mrs. A. N.
Brass and who has also been the guest
of Mrs. P. V. Leavengood in this city,
left today for her home in Roanoke,

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Its a beauty you will ike it. tf

VOLLAND'S Mother's Day Cards
at THE GIFT SHOP. 9-3t

Mr. R. A. Burford and Miss Mary
Burford have returned from Lynch Lynchburg,
burg, Lynchburg, where they went last week to
attend the May Day festivities at
Randolph-Macon College, and witness
the crowning of the May queen, who
this year was Miss Agnes Burford.
Sliced Kinghan's and Morris' Ham.
Phone 74, Eagle Grocery and Meat
Market. 11-tf

School day meuoirs at THE BOOK
SHOP. 9-3t

About 100 members of the Triangle
Union left town the middle of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in cars bound for Silver
Springs, where a boat had been char chartered
tered chartered and the afternoon was spent in
,?oing down the run as far as Conner.
Mr. Jim Howell left earlier in the day
and when the party arrives will have
prepared a tempting supper, and then
the merry makers will make the re return
turn return trip by moonlight.




Reserved for You
and your guests. That's one of our j
greatest assets among- the regular j
diners. We always have a table wait-

mg. lhe cuisine is strictly high class. fj

We appeal to the inner man and serve
you with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel

When You Buy Your
Grocery Supplies at
See a Few of Our Leaders
24-pound sack Self-Rising Flour $1.10
12-pound sack Self-Rising Flour.. 55c
24-lb sack best Self-Rising Flour. . 1.25
12-lb sack best Self-Rising Fluur 65c
Two cans No. 2 Tomatoes 25c
Campbell's Pork and Beans, 18 oz. can 12c
Tall Van Camp Cream'.. 12c
Welch's Grapelade, 15 oz. jar 23c
Quaker Oat Meal, package ..... 12c
- Gfbld Bar Apricots, 15 oz. can 25c.
Irish Potatoes, peck . 55c
Bulk Vinegar, gallon 45c, qarut 15c
White Bacon ... 18c
Smoked Bacon. 25c
Smoked Sausage ... 25c

Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored, at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 22-tf



Z-- -Z-:

Have You Been There?

Eagle Grocery and Meat Market

74 rV 122
Come around and see our windows you will
find a whole lots of differences in our quality and
prices and save money- at the same time. v i

New Millinery weekly. FISHEL'S.

Where there are good prices
And credit there's none,
Orders of all sizes
Delivered to everyone.
Phone 341 Blue N. Magnolia Street

a .!. S ,'T !. .'"I"'. y .! ,t sl .t Si,




- The better you care -foi
.your eyes the better


Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Swift Hams 38c pound
Breakfast Bacon 32c pound, one piece.

Try Oar Grocery Line. Green Vegetable

"-C-- w w '.-' vl-" vS-' w vjJ-- -O' 'O-' 'O' w Vl-- -O- 'O" I-- O' vS" 'O"

nriir rn A nnriw r m m-r m a & rrrrm

miiLt. uKULLiii ana mlai Aiuaibi

Opposite, Harrington Hall Hotel


(RATES under this heading are a
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.

WANTED An electric
Must be a bargain.

fan wanted.

WANTED a second hand typewriter.
Must be a bargain. THE BOOK
SHOP. ll-6t


Statement of the Condition of the



At' the Close of Business May 5th, 1922
As Called for by State Comptroller


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
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary lo
Send Ibis Class of Work
Ont o! Town
Spencer-Pedrick Molor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8

Loans and Discounts.... ....
U. S. Bonds
Stocks of Corporations
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures.
Other Real Estate
Claims and Other Resources r.
Cash and Due from Banks ...

$119,786 65

county. Hundred dollars a week and
bonus, if you can qualify. New in invention
vention invention every auto owner needs.
Syncro Motors, Battle Creek, Mich.

WANTED Three crate nailers and
six cantaloupe packers June 1st.
Free board. Satisfactory wages. S.
P. Cook, 213 Oklawaha Ave. Phone
262. 10-3t

FOR SALE Goingarm outfit, 100
chickens, 50 Kogs,,tjwd ow, horses,
good garden and abopt 2,5 acres con consisting
sisting consisting of watermelons, .cantaloupes,
peppers, corn (now. selling) field
cor nand peanuts. Fine. chance for
right party to rent 97-acre farm
upon which above is located; im implements
plements implements included. Three miles

south of courthouse. Known as the

Holler place. Move right in. Owner

must leave. Call on Mr. Hill at the

farm of F. W. Ditto, Ocala. Fla. 3t

TOTAL... -. $181,015.73


$ 25,000.00
1,400 00
I...! . 137,475 63

TOTAL ----- 181,015.73

Capital Stock
Cashiers' Checks..
DEPOSITS .......

Deposits Majy 5th, 1922 $137,475.63
Deposits May 5th, 1921, $ 125 ,618.42
Increase tor one year S 11,857.21

F. P. Gadson, President.
R. Reche Williams, Vice President.
L. R. Hampton, Vice President.
J. S. LaRoche, Cashier.

F P. GADSON, Merchant.
D. W. GOODWIN, Shoe Works.
DR. W. P. WILSON, Physician.
G. CROMPTON, Merchant Tailor.
L. C. SMITH, Merchant.
J S. LaROCHE, Bookkeeper.
Di. L. R. HAMPTON, Dentist.
DR. R. R. WILLIAMS, Physician.

WANTED Right party to rent good

equipped, going farm and buyer for

100 chickens, 50 hogs, two horses,

horses and growing crops. Early
corn (now selling), watermelons,
cantaloupes, peppers, peanuts and
corn. Party can move right in.
House, barn, 97 acres best land,
three miles south of ,cpurt house,
known as Rojler pla, Foully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Fort rent chep.,br, for sale
cheap. Owner leaving at yonce. See
Mr. Hill at the farm of FY Ditto,
Ocala, Fla. io-3t
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Hupmobile,
five-passenger; Buick Truck; good
condition; $275 takes bdth of them.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., phone
8, Ocala. 10-tf

Florida Glass and Novelty Works,
21 a Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville,
Florida. tf
WANTED A manufacturing com company
pany company of Jacksonville, now enlarging
its plant, desires the services and
connection of a man qualified to rep represent
resent represent them. To party, who can as assist
sist assist in disposing of some of its
shares, and who can act as our
local representative, a profitable
and permanent connection is assur assured
ed assured under contract. Any man who
believes that he has" salesmanship
ability will find it to his advantage
to communicate with 328 Hill build building,
ing, building, Jacksonville, Fla. t5-10-tf

Famous Beauty Regains
Health and Strength
through Ironized Yeast

"A Wonderful Help in Keeping My Figure
Perfect" Says Beautiful Elsie La Bergere
"TTwas-by purest accident that I picked up

X a package of Ironixed Yeast just as I was
about to give up the stage for a long needed
rest. The results that it brought in me proved
that it was just what I needed. For today I"
actually 'feel like a new born woman l"
Such is the amazing statement of Elsie
La Bergere, known to vaudeville lovers

all over the continent for the beauty of her figure-
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severe strain on my nervous yitem that err performance
became a hardship. I lost my appetite, and always felt tired
and worn-out. Then I discovered Ironized Veast and I really
cannot give enough praine to it. I And it keeps me absolutely
lit in every way, and that it is a urgent help in keeping- the
shape of my body in wonderful condition. Ironized Yeast baa
a permanent place of honor in my traveling bag.
How New Process Makes Yeast
Doubly Effective
The reason IRONIZED YEAST brings such remarkable re results
sults results is because it embodies a new scientific process which
enables yeast to bring its great benefits often in lost Kaif the
nsiial time. Yeast alone is good, but tests show that it needs
some other agent in order to quickly convert its wonderful
health-building elements into firm tissue, rosy cheeks and
sparkling vitality.
Everyone knows that iron is of great value in converting
our food into living cells and tissue. So working on this prob problem,
lem, problem, our scientists finally discovered the wonderful process of
ironization the process through which the combination of
yeast and iron becomes loo per cent efficient.
Do not think, however, that any combination of yeast and
Iron will do. Yeast bringrits best and quickest results only when

it is treatea inrougn tne sctentinc process
of ironization. And this process is embodied
only in IRONIZED YEAST, the one Hn Hn-tiflcally
tiflcally Hn-tiflcally correct yeast treatment.
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ished blemished by humiliating skin eruptions try

IRONIZED i EAST at once. Very Ukely
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FOR RENT Furnished rooms, reas reasonable
onable reasonable pricey 926 S. Lime St. 9-3t

LOST Sunday night between Tenth
street and the postoffice, tan leather
handbag with fishing line and min minnows,
nows, minnows, also pipe and tobacco and a
pair of eyeglasses in case. Finder
please return to Star office and de deceive
ceive deceive reward. 9-3t

MELON GROWERS Just received
two thousand rolls Rosin Sized
Paper for lining watermelon cars.
Write or wire for prices. Baker &
Holmes Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 8-6t

FOR SALE Maxwell touring car,
1919 model, in excellent running
condition. Price, $350. Apply to
A. H. Billings Anthony hard road,
r Box 129, Route A. 6-6t






are in position to s ipply you with the follow following
ing following items at a liberal discount:
Break Linings, all sizes
No Lcak-O-Oil Sealing Piston Rings, all
sizes r
Perfection Springs for practically all
Victor Cylinder Head Gaskets for most
any car
Vnlco Cord Fan Belts for all cars

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FOR SALE Fiv2 fresh milk cows and ;
two nice Jersey heifers. See C. A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf

FOR SALE Three-year-old heifer
with calf. Apply to J. M. Potter, j
Ocala, general delivery. 5-5-6t j

FOR RENT Apartment at 1129 Fort

! King avenue. Apply to Mrs. New-

som, phone 207. 2-tf
BOX LABELS We are equipped fop
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

Ncedham Motor Co
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Uf intention to Appiy ier kmmtut

f The Bonita Fishing Club
j Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the judge of
:the circuit court for Marion county
Ion the 9th day of May, 1922, for a
charter incorporating the undersigned
iinto a body politic under the name
;and style of THE BONITA FISHING
jCLUB, which said proposed charter is
now on file in the office of the clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county,

xoe cnaracxer ana ODjeci oz tne
corporation to be formed is: To pro

mote and foster interest in out of door
j sports, especially angling and hunt hunt-jing,
jing, hunt-jing, and to provide suitable means and
opportunity or the enjoyment there thereof
of thereof by the members of the club.
4 T. T. Munroe.

X P. Drake.
J. H. Spencer.

B. F. McGraw.

, : P. V. Leavengood.

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