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WEATHER FORECASTGenerally fair tonight and Sunday. , TEMPERATPRESThis morning, 6S; this afternoon, S3.
San Rise Tomorrow, 5:38; Set, 7:13. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 114
GOOD REVEfiUE FOB
ELEVEN THORDBRED SUB-COMMISSION
TURF ARISTOCRATS VERY STUDIOUS
SHUTTING III Oil
TOUGHS JH CHICAGO
GOING TO RAISE
THE PRICE OF GAS
EDUCATORS IT AT
Can be Obtained from Muscle Shoals
Declares Head of the Federal
Washington, May 13. (Associated
Press) The government could obtain
approximately eight and a quarter
million -dollars annually from the sale
of primary and secondary electric
power developed at the Muscle Shoals
power project, Oscar Merrill, execu executive
tive executive officer of the Federal Power Com Commission
mission Commission declared today before the
Senate agriculture committee, consid considering
ering considering offers to complete Tennessee
WHAT'S THE USE?
Senate investigation of the recent
increase in the price of gasoline is
proposed in a resolution introduced
today by Senator McKellar, democrat,
of Tennessee. Prompt action on it by
the Senate was asked but it went over
pending determination whether a sim similar
ilar similar resolution is pending.
REPORTED STEEL MERGER
The presidents of more than half a
dozen independent steel companies
mentioned in connection with the re reported
ported reported projected merger were called
upon today by the Federal Trade Com Commission
mission Commission for "full and specific informa information
tion information as to the plant of the proposed
merger before the plan is consummat consummated
ed consummated or actual transfers are made."
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
OCALA WOMAN'S CLUB
It was the privilege of this admin administration
istration administration to have its first official act
come upon Memorial Day, May 30th,
at which time the pillars at the head
of Victory Way were unveiled and
dedicated by the Marion County Post
of the American Legion. These pil pillars
lars pillars in memory of the Marion county
men who paid the supreme sacrifice
and in loving tribute to the brave men
and noble women who served in the
great world war stand today as the
symbol of two years of untiring work
on the part of the Ocala Woman's
Club through its Victory Way com committees.
mittees. committees. On October 15th, the club opened its
season by a reception to the public
school teachers. A most delightful
program in the form of a pageant was
The chief aim of the club this year
has been to foster a community spirit
.of co-operation. During November we
were given two opportunities to join
with other organizations in civic work.
At the Marion County Fair, the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality committee of the club main maintained
tained maintained a rest room for ladies and a
nursery for babies. This was greatly
appreciated by out of town visitors to
the fair. The Marion County Board of
Trade extended an invitation to the
Jacksonville postal card visitors to
visit Ocaal and on the occasion of
their visit the club was most active in
entertaining these visitors and in co cooperating
operating cooperating with other civic bodies in
Puring December the club commit committees
tees committees were busy endeavorin gto spread
the spirit of the season among all.
The civic committee had a very -beautiful
tree on the, civic lot. This was
attended by hundreds of people and
all the children received bags of can candy,
dy, candy, oranges and apples. The tree was
unusually attractive and caused much
comment from passengers on the pass passing
ing passing trains. This undertaking was a
big success from every standpoint.
The home economics committee col collected
lected collected and packed a bountiful box of
goodies for the Children's Home in
Jacksonville. This was sent in time to
arrive on Christmas. In addition to
this, the same committee a few weeks
later setn the home a box of nice
An innovation in the club's regular
program was a reception to the men
of Ocala. This evening was so much
enjoyed that the wish was expressed
that there might be one every year.
In February the club held its regu
lar yearly card party for the benefit
of the Children's Home in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. This party was very successful
and $128 was sent to Dr. Fagg as a
The educational committee was also
busy during the month of February
and held an Elson art exhibit from
which they realized sufficient money to
buy a picture for every room in the
Ocala high and primary schools.
.The club has made donations to the
endowment fund, the scholarship fund,
the Girls' Canning Club, the girls'
and boys schools and our national
home in Washington.
During the year fifteen new mem
bers have been received.
Our rest room chairman is doing all
that can be asked in providing a well
equipped rest room for out of town
guests, and some of our business
. women go there to have their lunches.
She is fortunate in keeping for severa
years the same efficient maid. This is
Morvich the Favorite Among The
Superb Horses at the Kentucky
Louisville, May 13. (Associated
Press). Eleven thoroughbreds, artis artis-L'jcrts
L'jcrts artis-L'jcrts of the American turf, are card carded
ed carded to face the barrier at Churchill
Downs today in the forty-eighth an annual
nual annual renewal of the Kentucky Derby.
Those who have watched the event
since its beginning declare no year
has boasted of a field of more out outstanding
standing outstanding prominence and never has a
colt faced the barrier with the degree
ot favoritism possessed by Morvich.
Other favorites are Deadlock and By Byplay.
play. Byplay. Seventy thousand persons will
see the race. The weather this morn morning
ing morning was clear.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, May 13. (Associated
Press). Generally fair weather and
moderate temperature is the forecast
for Florida the week beginning Sun Sunday.
AT HOT SPRINGS
Hot Springs, May 13. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press). A full day behind
with business on the calendar, the
Southern Methodist general confer conference
ence conference began its final session today. To Tonight
night Tonight the delegates will attend a meet meeting
ing meeting at which representatives of the
church finance board will discuss
plans for obtaining a fund of ten mil million
lion million dollars for superannuated minis ministers.
ters. ministers. one of the greatest works our club is
Our chairman of legislation had an
unusually interesting program on
citizenship, having men of different
nationalities to talk of what America
has done for them.
The program on art was helpful and
beautiful. Good talks on the subject
and many beautiful pictures on dis
play by some of our home talent.
The social and industrial chairman
with her committee have been active
in all their work, visiting th eindus-
trial school and letting them know
their interestin them.
We had a most delightful trip to
France through our literary chair
man, there being pictures displayed
with the history of each told in an in
The conservation and park commit committee
tee committee had lectures on conservation and
parks. And right here we might men
lien our delightiul picnic given m
Tuscawilla Park which had been made
so beautiful for the occasion.
Our crowning effort was our recip
rocity day, which was made for us al
most a board meeting through our
vice president of section four. We
were honored by having three state
presidents and three state officers on
that occasion and many of the clubs
from the surrounding country were
The delightful lunch prepared and
I the manner of serving, by our social
chairman and her committee, could not
be excelled. The music for the day
was delightful. The chairman did her
self proud in getting up her program
of home talent.
The health chairman had a good
program on health. At this time she
secured a lecturer to arouse the wom women
en women to take more interest in politics.
The club has been active in getting
the -women to pay their poll tax and
register and to vote on election day in
Too much cannot be said of our
social chairman. Her's was an all the
year undertaking. She has met every
condition. Always considerate of her
helpers and our expenses.
We are indebted to our music chair
man for each month. They have given
time and talent in preparing for us
delightful programs for each meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Our club house and finance commit
tee has been a delightful recreation
for us. Club house always neat and
clean, an efficient maid in the kitchen
and finances managed in a most satis-
fatcory manner. This is no small un
The officers have worked" shoulder to
shoulder with the president, giving
her great stimulus to meet obligations
as they would arise.
We feel extremely grateful to our
hostesses for the year. They have
nobly and generously responded to the
call of the social chairman, thereby
making our social hours very enjoy enjoyable.
able. enjoyable. We would feel ungrateful not to
mention Evelena. To us, dear Eve Eve-lyner,
lyner, Eve-lyner, "Our Maid." No invention Edi Edison
son Edison has ever put forth can compare
to her in our estimation.
Your club has been honored
year by having one of our members
Has to be If It Maps Out Any
Practical Plan for Ivan
Genoa, May 13. (By Associated
Press). The sub-commission on Rus Russian
sian Russian affairs met today to consider the
soviet reply to the allied memorandum
outlining conditions on which the
powers Would undertake the recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction of Russia.
FRANCE THRU WITH RUSSIA
Paris, May 13. (By the Associated
Press). The French delegation will
remain at Genoa to take part in the
deliberations on other questions prop
erly before the conference, although
it will have nothing more to do with
the discussion with the Russians, it
was said at the foreign office this
morning. As far as the Russian prob- j
lem.is concerned, the conference, is
considered by the French government
at an end.
A LITTLE TALK ON THE SIDE
Genoa, May 13 (By the Associated
Press). As a result of the meeting
cf the sub-commission on Russian af-
airs today, the situation became so
critical it seemed doubtful whether
the British and French positions could
be reconciled. After adjournment the
British announced a seriour though
fiiendly discussion had occurred.
STATE ROAD SYSTEM
Tallahassee, May 13. (Associated
Press). The custom of state and
county officials when discussing the
eight 'state trunk-line highway pro pro-joctsl
joctsl pro-joctsl of designating them by number
has been very confusing to the Aver
age citizen, according to reports re received
ceived received here from all parts of the
state. Persons residing in the terri territory
tory territory traversed by the different high highways
ways highways know their local road when des designated
ignated designated by number but outside official
circles, few are familiar with the
The eight projects, the number by
which each is designated and the gen general
eral general routes of the roads follow:
No. 1. Jacksonville to the Alabama
state line at Nunez Ferry. Route:
Jacksonville, Lake City, Live Oak,
Madison, Monticello, Tallahassee,
Quincy, Marianna, Bonifay, DeFuniak
Springs, Milton, Pensacola, Nunez
No. 2. Georgia state line to Fort
Myers. Route: State line, Jasper,
Lake City, Gainesville, Ocala, Lees-
burg, Eustis, Orlando, Kissimmee,
Haines City, Bartow, Arcadia, Fort
No. 3. Jacksonville to Orlando
Route: Orange Park, .Green Cove
Springs, Palatka, Crescent City, De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, Sanford, Orlando.
No. 4. Georgia state line to Key
West. Route: State line, Callahan,
Jacksonville, Bunnell, Daytona, Titus Titus-ville,
ville, Titus-ville, Fort Pierce, West Palm Beach,
Miami and south.
No. 5. High Springs to Punta Gor Gor-da.
da. Gor-da. Route: Branches from Road No.
2 at High Springs, via Archer, Willis-
ton, Inverness, Brooksville, Tampa,
Parrish, Bradentown, Sarasota, Engle Engle-wood,
wood, Engle-wood, Punta Gorda.
No. 6. George state line to Apala Apala-chicola.
chicola. Apala-chicola. Route: State line, Marianna,
Blountstown, Port St. Joe, Apalachi Apalachi-cola.
cola. Apalachi-cola. No. 7. Pensacola to Alabama state
line near Flomaton.
No. 8. Route: Haines City to
Lake Wales, Sebriner. Okeechobee City
and thence west to Fort Pierce.
chosen for state treasurer, another
asked to be a state chairman. Your
retiring president had the honor to be
one of a special committee of the
state president, and was asked to be a
state chairman and a member of u
We are not unmindful of the' kind
consideration the Ocala Evening Star
and the Ocala Banner have had of us,
giving liberally of their time and
Your retiring president wishes to
thank you each and every one for
your kind and respectful consideration
of her and in co-operating with her in
her every undertaking to make the
club year of 1921 and 1922 a success.
"Our deeds still travel with us from
'And what we have been makes us
what we are."
May 6. 1922. Mrs. Walter Hood.
Sweet milk at the Eagle Grocery
and Meat Market. Phone 74. 12-tf
Fresh fish every day, and we make
ao extra charge for cleaning them
City Fish Market. Phone 158. 22-tf
xx ew jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Strawberries at the Eagle Grocery
and Meat Market. Phone 74. 12-tf
Authorities in the Windy City Draw
The Net Closer "About The
Chicago, May 13. (By Associated
Pi-ess). The police net about figures
in the recent series of bombings and
beatings which culminated Wednesday
in the killing of two policemen, tight tightened
ened tightened perceptibly today, the authori authorities
ties authorities said, with the obtaining of par partial
tial partial confessions from three of the ap approximately
proximately approximately 150 labor men under ar arrest
rest arrest and the arrest of three more, one
in St. Louis. Identification of the
actual slayers is imminent, the police
BLACK HAND WORK
Vito Giorgio and James Cascio, both
of New Orleans, were shot to death in
an Italian barbershop today by two
unidentified assassins who entered the
shop and suddenly started firing shot
guns without warning.
PETITION FOR MR. CARN
Ocala, Fla., May 12.
Mr. W. D. Cam, Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir: We the undersigned vot voters
ers voters of. district No. 1 request that you
become a candidate for member of the
Marion county school board, subject
to the democratic primary of June
W. T. Gary, Robert MacKay, D. E.
Mclver, John R. Preer, Charles S.
Cullen, C. B. Rawis, Frank G. Church Churchill,
ill, Churchill, D. R. Connor, E. T. Helvenston,
I. U. Forbes, R. L. Anderson Jr., E.
J. Crook, Sid R. Whaley, Tom Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, C. Rheinauer, H. B. Clarkson, B.
Rheinauer, D. B. Mayo, J. G. Parrish,
Abner Pooser, D. Niel Ferguson, C.
H. Stuart, Ola Sims, J. J. Gerig, Don Don-nie
nie Don-nie Sims, Jas. B. Carlisle, Pearle
Keeffe, James Hall, P. V. Leavengood,
F. G. B. Weihe, G. C. Greene, Dr. K.
J. Weihe, L. W.? Ponder, Mrs. L. W.
Duval, E. L. Parr, Annie M. Davis,
W. A. Wilds, J. W. Tally, A. E. Gerig,
N. R. Dehon, N. P. Davis, C. B. Ayer,
H. A. Waterman; C. C. Simpson, F.
W. Ditto, W. F. Blesch, E. L. Collins,
John H. Taylor, C. E. Winston, G. S.
Scott, C. R. Tydings, Annie Needham,
J. H. Benjamin.
MRS. MARY GRIGGS
Mrs. Mary Griggs died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Perkins,
at Oak, yesterday, at 12:30 o'clock.
She was seventy years of age. The
funeral service will be held at the
Oklawaha church Sunday at 11 o'clock
and interment will be made in the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha cemetery. Rev. J. C. Boat Boat-vright
vright Boat-vright will officiate. The funeral cor
tege will leave the parlor of C. V
Roberts & Company Sunday morning
at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Griggs is survived
by one son, Mr. L. B. Girggs of Lynne,
and one daughter, Mrs. J. W .Perkins
HARRY EMIL GRANT
Harry Emil, the infant son of Mr,
and Mrs. U. S. Grant, died yesterday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Little Harry
was two months old. The funeral will
take place from the residence at 410
Alvarez street thi3 afternoon at three
o'clock. Rev. C. W. WTiite will offi
ciate. Interment m Greenwood annex
The law in regard to the payment
of sales and miscellaneous taxes is
that returns and remittances must be
made so as to reach the office of the
collector of internal revenue, Jack
sonville, Fla., on or before the last
day of the month following that for
which the tax was collected.
Heretofore, however, returns and
remittances mailed on the last day
of the month have been accepted by
the collecter and not construed as de delinquent,
linquent, delinquent, even though same were not
received by him until the next day.
The department has called attention
to the fact that such returns are con considered
sidered considered delinquent and must not be
accepted as having been paid on time.
As the tax for which these returns
and remittances are made was col collected
lected collected on or before the last day of the
month, the person sending same to the
collector has had ample time in which
tc make the'necessary reports and re remit
mit remit the amount due before the end of
the following month, and in order to
avoid penalties for delay, in future all
persons required to make such re returns
turns returns must get them to the collector
in sufficient time to prevent any ques question
tion question arising as to delinquency.
D. T. Gerow,
Collector of Internal Revenue.
Sheaffer and Waterman Fountain
Pens. Weihe Company, the Ocala
Mother's Day is Sunday, May 14.
Get your flowers at the Harrington
Hall Retreat. 12-2t
Oil Companies in Atlanta and Other
Southern Cities Doing Big Bad Badness
ness Badness This Afternoon
Atlanta, May 13. (By Associated
Press).: The oil companies in Atlanta
and other parts of the South did a big
business today as the result of the is
suance of notices o a general advance
of two cents a gallon in the price of
gasoline effective next Monday. All
companies announced an increase ex
cept the Texas company, local officials
of wihch said they hac not yet heard
from the general office.
BANQUET TO THE SENIORS
As each years rolls around and each
succeeding graduating class prepares
for commencement, their sister classes
vie with one another in their enter entertainments
tainments entertainments to the departing class. This
season first came the Silver Springs
picnic tendered the seniors by the
sophomores, then the lawn fete given
y the freshmen and last but not least
the seniors were entertained by the
juniors last night at a banquet at
The table at which the guests were'
seated was long and narrow, and the
decorations which were very pretty
carried out the school colors and flow flowers
ers flowers and the place cards and programs
were also in these colors. These were
unusually clever and brought forth
many remarks and exclamations of
California daisies were the flowers
used. These were on the table in bas
kets,, there being thirty of them.
The candles were covered with green
and gold shades and the individual
favors were also in green and gold,
the fluffy edges of which made them
ook like big daisies. The place cards
were hand-painted miniature sism-
boards with the names of the guests,
and at one side of each a darling little
elf peeped around the corner.
The program of the evening was
gotten up as a book in the school col
ors, bpecial mention of the original
ity and completeness of this program
should be noted. They were the work
of one of the high school pupils. Dr.
Frank Crane's "House of Life" was
used as the basis, the four years of
the high school term being compared
tc the four stories of the "House of
Life" the seniors the fourth and
highest, the juniors third, the sopho
mores second, and the freshmen to
the cellar arid the specials to the wood
shed. The faculty were the bookkeep bookkeepers
ers bookkeepers and the superintendent of public
instruction was the landlord. This
clever idea was carried out through
the program, the heading to one of
the toasts being "A Toast to the Third
Floor Back." Besides the regular
program there were several impromp
tu speeches which were enjoyed very
James Knight acted as toastmaster
of the evening and the banquet was
formally opened by his welcome to the
seniors and their response, given by
Bob Buhrman; to the seniors by Mar
garet Hocker and a response by Jack
Williams;" a toast to the faculty by
Cornelia Dozier and response by
Wayne Haisley. There was also
toast from the sophomores by Marion
Lummus and one from the freshmen
by Norris Stephens! James Fielding
and Mr. H. G. Shealy also gave short
addresses, and the boys' quartet gave
several selections which were heartily
One of the clever hits of the eve
ning was the toast given to the jun juniors
iors juniors by the senior class, this being
given in song. This concluded the
regular program and those present
were loud in their praises to the jun jun-icrs
icrs jun-icrs as royal entertainers. At the
banquet consisting of four courses,
there were about seventy-five present,
including the seniors; juniors, faculty
and presidents of the other classes.
BEAVER CREEK OVER OVERFLOWED
FLOWED OVERFLOWED INTO BRISTOL
Bristol, Va, May 13. (Associated
Press). The receding waters of
Beaver creek which overflowed here
last night, left debris strewn through
the streets and water filled cellers in
Eristol's business section today. The
damage is estimated at $600,000 in the
city and surrounding territory. Thirty-five
stores and many homes were
OF JOHN POPE
SHE'S HAD ENOUGH
Jacksonville, May 13. (Associated
Press). Mrs. Frances M. Pope has
filed suit for'divorce from John H.
Pope, local attorney serving a life sen sentence
tence sentence in connection with the murder
of George H. Hickman, the theater
manager, here last September by
Frank Rawlings, it became known to
day. Mrs. Pope's counsel confirmed
the filing of the suit but refused to
discuss the case. Pope is now in the
Duval county jail pending the outcome
of an appeal to the supreme court.'
Two of the Stuart Bank Robbers
Arrested and Officers Close
After the Third
Lakeland, May 13. (By Associated
Press). Two men giving their names
as A. II. Davis of Birmingham, aid J.
C. Jones, of Atlanta, were arrested at
Plant City shortly before midnight,
charged with participation in the rob robbery
bery robbery of the Bank of Stuart yesterday.
The third man, Walter R. Young, of
Atlanta, is being sought by officers.
The arrests were made by Lakeland
motorcycle officers at the Plant City
reilroad station avfew minutes before
the departure of the northbound train.
The men are in the Plant City jail un under
der under special guard.
IN THE DITCH
Dead and Many Injured
Wreck of Lehigh Valley
Batavia, N. Y., May 13. (By the
Associated Press). The eastbound
Black Diamond express on the Lehigh
Valley railroad was wrecked near
North LeRoy shortly before noon to today.
day. today. Two lives were lost and about
twenty-five injured. The train ran
into an automobile at a grade cross crossing.
ing. crossing. The engine and three cars were
derailed and overturned. The driver
the automobile is one of the dead,
and an injured passenger died on the
way to the hosiptal.
AND AUCTION SALE
The auction sale of the Howell &
Munroe plantation, comprising 1400
acres of rich hammock land, Wednes
day, May 24th, will probably draw
one of the largest crowds that has
ever assembled at a public auction in
this section. A big barbecue dinner
will be served on the grounds at the
noon hour and valuable prizes will be
given away during the sale. The
plantation is situated on the Dixie
Highway about ten miles north of
Ocala, and also on the Fairfield road.
It is convenient to transportation,
being immediately on the railroad and
two main highways, and the land is
rich hammock loam and very fertile.
Don't fail to attend the sale. It will
be worth your while.
WILLARD IS WISE
Los Angeles, May 12. Jess Willard
is not seeking a return bout with
Dempsey, according to a statement at attributed
tributed attributed to Willard today, by a local
Reddick, May 12. The rain last
wek was very welcome in our burg.
especially to the farmers and truck
Mrs. Claude Reed of Fort Meade,
formerly Miss Carrie Billingsley of
this place, was the guest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Billingsley
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Sherouse, Mr. and Mrs. K. B
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sherouse,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall and Miss
Irene Rou motored to Lake Weir last
Sunday and spent the day very pleas
Messrs. A. N. Rou of this place and
C. B. Howell of Lowell represented
the Millwood K. of P. lodge at the
grand lodge meeting in Orlando,
week before last.
Mr. Mack Scott of Arcadia is visit visiting
ing visiting his daughter, Mrs. V. L. Anthony
The many friends of Mrs. J. W,
Core, who has been real sick for the
past few weeks, will be glad to hear
that she is improving now.
A play entitled, "Always in Trou
ble," was rendered here last Friday
night, under the direction and for the
benefit of the Ladies' Aid Society of
the Baptist church of Fairfield. It
was very much enjoyed by all who at
Mr. Frank Welshbarker of Nor
man Park, Ga., who has a large melon
and vegetable crop with Messrs. S. C
Mayo and J. H. Williams, left Mon
day in a truck, accompanied by Mr.
John Kinard of Fairfield, for a visit
to his family. He also expects to
bring som hands back to help with
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harvey are
rejoicing over the arrival of a little
daughter who came last Friday night.
Mrs. A. C. Maddox of Alachua, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday afternoon for a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. George Dansby.
Mr. Raymond Horn is visiting his
nephew, Mr. H. J. Horn, and family
at this place.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Its a beauty you will ike it. tf
County Conference of Parent-Teachers
Associations Held in Ocala
Thursday, May 11
The regular meeting of the Parent Parent-Teachers
Teachers Parent-Teachers Association was held Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, May 11th, at the primary school -building
at 3:15 o'clock, Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston presiding. This meeting
was also a county conference of the
Those present from other school
in the county were as follows:"- Mrs.
W. R. Brown, Mrs. M. G. Bateman
and Mrs. J. K. Christian of Mcintosh;
Mis. W. T. Dupree and Mrs. Stuart
rlamey of Citra; Mrs. Clara Ledbet Ledbet-ter
ter Ledbet-ter of Belleview; Mis. Julia Williams
Werrsdale; Mrs. S. F. Rou of Low Low-eli;
eli; Low-eli; Mrs. J. E. Thomas of Sparr, and
Miss Hettie liar vv til of Anthony.
The meeting opened with songs by,
a dozen or more pretty little maids of
the primary graues, also a spring
dance by the same, and an Indian war
dance by seven little boys.
The first speaker on the program
was Miss Margaret Taylor, who told
oi the reasons for organizing a coun
ty conference of parent-teacher asso associations.
ciations. associations. The reasons were as fol follows:
lows: follows: i; To get together and talk
over our successes and failures.
2. To promote growth of carent-
teacher associations in other locali-
ties. 3. To enable us to get some
of the state's best speakers to address
us. 4. It enables parents and teach-.
ers to act as a unit. Miss Taylor em
phasized the fact tLat there is' no-pro-
gress without'growth, and our growth
is measured by our helpfulness to
others. She outlined a 'plan of or organization,
ganization, organization, namely: to have two meet
ings a year, a meeting in the fall to
plan the year's work, and a spring
meeting to report on the work accom
plished. These meetings are to be all-
day sessions, members bringing their -lunches,
the local organization ha v
ing refreshments for sale. Miss Tay Taylor
lor Taylor had to leave us at this point, as
sne was aue to go to Urlando that aft-"
eraoon to meet with the Business and
Professional Woman's Club of that
Mrs. Helvenston was nominated for
temporary chairman, and in a. few
well chosen words gave the visitors a
cordial welcome. :
Miss Margaret Taylor was then
named for permanent chairman of 'the
organization and was elected unani
It was agreed to meet the fourtli
Saturday in September, and ilelciosh
gave all a hearty invitation to meet
at that place. .
Mrs. W. T. Gary was to have ad
dressed uS on the "Parent's Place in
the Parent-Teacher Association but
was unable to attend on account of
Reports from the different schools
were asked for and Mcintosh was the
only one to respond. They reported a
nice library for their school, also--'
baseball and basketball eauiDment.
They had accomplished this the past
two years and planned to do more the
coming year. 1
Two beautiful piano solos were then
rendered by Miss Margaret Gerig.
Mrs. -II. S. Wesson in her lovely
manner told us of the teacher's place
in the parent-teacher association.
On counting the votes for the dif- -'
ferent rooms for the beautiful pic"-
ture given by the Eison Art Exhibit,-;
ii was xouna mac miss je.aitn unan s
Mrs. Helvenston explained that
some of the parts of the apparatus of :
the campus equipment needed repairs,,,
and it was voted that money be used
from the treasury to have these parts
The treasurer, lUs3 Mamie Taylor,1'
gave herTeport for the past year.
Tt. VA I m tin i- i-i
iiau uciu titten la xrom
various sources, and $42GJ33 paid out
to the different chairmen of commit committees,
tees, committees, leaving a balance of $53.13 in
the bank. ..
The meeting then adjourned for
A.V. 1 1 . .
, nuim wuke
and ice cream were served.
Mrs, P. D. Bateman, Sec'y.
CATTS WILL BE TRIED
IN FEDERAL COURT
Pensacola, May 12 (By Associated
Press). Judge William B. Sheppard
in the United States court yesterday
sustained the demurrers by attorneys
for Sidney J. Catts, former governor
of Florida, with the exception of one
count m each of two indictments al alleging
leging alleging violation of the peonage laws.
Each of the. indictments contained
twelve counts, identical in construc construction
tion construction with the exception of names cf
the negroes alleged to have been vic
tims of the peonage.
Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or v,ho.
Guarantee Clothing "hos Co. IQ-il
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he did so he was not making a politi political
cal political speech but talking at a school-
house celebration. However, this and
a number of other attacks were made
on Mr. Trammell in 1916, and the peo
ple did not seem to think mueh of
them. They elected Mr. Trammell
over three opponents, one of them Mr.
Gilchrist, who is again pitted against
him this year. Now, we respectfully
submit that it is not good pontics,
not good taste and not good sport,
and, more than all, not good sense, to
rake up against Mr. Trammell what
the voters did not heed in a previous
election. Let his critics go into his
record since he took his seat in the
Senate. If he has made a good sen senator,
ator, senator, let's re-elect him; if he has made
a bad one let's send him home.
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" 'Ail the1 "governments' in Europe are
maktncr monev. but people are reluc
tant' about taking it.
VA! new generation of anarchists has
" grown up in Chicago since the Hay
'market murderers were hung, but the
young necks are no tougher than were
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star May 13, 1902)
Baseball ran riot yesterday when
Morris Smith's "Ponies' crossed bats
with Lawton Bailey's "Colts." The
"Colts" won by a score of 10 to 9.
Chas. V. Miller returned yesterday nteed
from a month's trip through
Mrs. E. C. Hood and children arriv
ed yesterday from Cuba, called here
by the illness of Mrs. Hood's father,
Mrs. Harry Wright returned yester yesterday
day yesterday to her home in Macon, Ga., having
attended the golden wedding festivi festivities
ties festivities of her parents, Gen. and Mrs.
Arrival and departure of passengei
:iairs at OCALA UNION STATION
ine following schedule figures pub pub-ifhed
ifhed pub-ifhed as information and not guar-
the (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
'.The Star is glad to be able to report
that Mr. W. D. Cam has consented to
' be" 'the candidate for member of the
school board for the Ocala district. A
bitter man couldn't be' found if-the
district' was raked with a fine-tooth
' ccmb. Mr. Carn, originally a teacher
' 'by profession, has been superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of schools, member of the legis legislature
lature legislature county commissioner and
'' superintendent of schools again. -He
"is a first rate business man, knows the
" people and needs of the schools. He
" does" the county a favor by accepting
' The Interstate Commerce Commis
sion) having decided that it lacks
legal authority to compel satisfying
reductions In railroad' rates, President
' Harding will try the effect' of a dinner
"table conference. He has invited the
heads of fifteen of the leading trans transportation
portation transportation companies to be his guests
on May 20 and hopes to soften rail-
' way aversion' to uncompensated rate
cutting. New York Tribune.
If the commission has no legal au authority,'
thority,' authority,' what's the use of the com-
'merce commission? It seems to be
like" the Florida' Railroad Commis Commission
sion Commission a nest for officeholders.
PAYS TO KEEP GOOD
MEN ON THE JOB
We clip the following from the New
York Morning Telegraph:
"The policy of letting men who have
demonstrated their ability and faith faithfulness
fulness faithfulness remain in Congress term after
term has been of immense benefit to
those communities and districts that
have followed the plan. It was this
system that gave New England its
great prominence and power in na national
tional national affairs in years gone by, for in
no .other way could such giants of
statecraft as James G. Blaine, Thomas
B. Reed and Nelson Dingley have
proved their extraordinary qualities
and conferred imperishable honor
upon the Pine Tree State." At the
other end of the country the state of
Florida has done wisely in keeping at
Washington one of its most intellec intellectual
tual intellectual and valuable sons, the brilliant
member from the Gainesville district,
Hon. Frank Clark. Mr. Clark, who is
rounding out his eighteenth year at
the national capital, and who now
seeks re-election for a tenth consecu
tive term, has occupied a seat in the
House for a longer period than any
Southern member save five.
"He has been chairman of the im
portant committee on public buildings
and grounds, and should his party win
the next House he will automatically
regain that chairmanship, which is
aomng the most prized of House hon
ors. ine rioridian iougnt his way up
from poverty, as did most of the lads
in section whose parents were left
financially stranded by the defeat of
the South. He managed to get
good education, studied law, became
United States district attorney in his
state and soon became one ; of its
democratic leaders. It was his bril
liant gifts as an orator that caused
his constituents to send him to Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and today there is no more con convincing
vincing convincing and eloquent speaker in the
House, though he does not injure him himself
self himself by too frequent talking, as is the
case with others.
"Florida and the whole country can
justly be proud of this popular repre representative,
sentative, representative, whose fame has grown be beyond
yond beyond sectional boundaries. Reports
from his district are to the effect that
he is sure of renomination in the pri primary
mary primary election that occurs early in
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 13, 1912)
A fine little son was born yester
day to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus at
their home on Third street.
Mr. C. H. Dame came in from
Jacksonville yesterday to spend a
few days with his children.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, who has been in
the hosiptal for two weeks, is home
The ga3 company will occupy the
store room in the new Harrington
Hall which was formerly occupied by
the Chinese laundry, and officers of
the company expect to take posses possession
sion possession by July 1st.
Miss Louise Gamsby went to Irvine
this morning for a short stay with
Jacksonville-NTfork 2:10 am
Jacksonville 1:50 pm
Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Petersburg 4:05 : n
2:55 am NYork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATL ANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 pm
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg 9:16 pm
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am
i:z7 am Ucala-Jacksonville 7:00 am
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa 6:20 pm
4:10 am tOcala-Wilcox 11:59 .m
7:25 am fOcala-Lakeland 11:50 am
tMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
tTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Charles G. Dawes, who served with
' considerable efficiency during the war,
' ""and who was appointed director of the
! '. bureau of the budget, the intention
v being to cut down government ex ex-'
' ex-' penses, has rendered his report. It is
'' not perfect, of course, but shows some
improvement,- and as the United
States has never had a budget before
! it would seem good business to go
' ahead and try it, using experience to
' correct its errors. But a number of
democrats are firing into it, and try trying
ing trying to defeat it. If the case was re
versed, and the administration was
democratic, the republicans would do
the' same thing. We don't suppose the
average congressman of either party
wants a budget, anyhow. It would be
too great a check on extravagance.
' The Tampa Times has a perfect
' right to oppose Mr. Trammell for re reelection
election reelection to the Senate, and a perfect
"right fo State its reasons. It has no
'"right to attack the senator for doing
' several years ago something similar
' to what it is doing at present. In its
: last Saturday's issue, it made a sar-
castic reference to the fact that Mr.
Trammell, several years ago, em
' bodied some of Henry W. Grady's ut ut-'
' ut-' terances in one of his speeches. Right
alongside of the reference on the edi
tonal page of the Times was an ar
ticle claiming to be original and writ
ten in the5 Times office. We hazard
v a pretty strong guess that it wasn't,
for it was written in a different style
to the articles we know are written by
the Times' writers, and was on
' subject they are not likely to write
about, and beside we have seen it
! : somewhere before. In Thursday's
Times, also masquerading as an orig orig-'
' orig-' inal" article, was an editorial, a repro reproduction
duction reproduction word for word, of another
' v. editorial in the Jacksonville Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis 'of two days before. And we have
" seen other editorials in the Times that
we are willing to bet were not written
by any man on its staff. We should
not have refered to this had not the
" Times had the bad taste to rake up
the said old, out of date, charge
i against Mr. Trammell. We did not
approve of Mr. Trammell copying
Grady, but we think there was entire entire-j
j entire-j too much fuss about it, for when
ALL ARE URGED TO OBSERVE
. SUNDAY AS MOTHER'S DAY
Sunday, May 14th, is Mother's Day.
The Woman's Auxiliary of th Amer
ican Legion has asked that a sermon
appropriate to t)iat day be preached in
every church in Ocala, and in Marion
county. Let every one, in memory of
the mother whose love has guided -his
earliest steps and influenced his later
ife, attend church on that day. It is
fitting also that each wear the symbol
that shows our recognition of that
day a white flower if possible, a
The auxiliary has been asked by the
national organization to urge espe especially
cially especially upon the men of the legion, and
incidentally upon all our men, that
they honor the mother who bore so
much anxiety for them during the
ate war, by observing these two
things on Mother's Day church at attendance
tendance attendance and the wearing of a white
They also urge the sending of some
message, a long letter if possible, or
at least a note or a postcard. If you
have not already sent such a message,
do so at once. Even a telegram is
better than no word at all. Do not dis
appoint that mother who is rightfully
beginning to look for that word on
her day Mother's Day.
The Star understands that the
church folks are trying to induce the
business men to close their stores
earlier Saturday evening. It is claim
ed with great justice, that both pro
prietors and clerks stay up so late
Saturday night that they can't get up
soon enough Sunday to go to church
The Star will gladly support the
movement. It doesn't care whether the
clerks go to church or go fishing, but
it knows that there is not a bit of use
m keeping the stores open a minute
after ten o'clock Saturday night. A
Star reporter is around on the streets
every Saturday night, and sees very
little trading done after that time
that couldn't have been done before
Some people puKoff buying just be
cause they know stores will be open
late. We often see a store open at
midnight Saturday when it hasn'
done enough business since ten o'clock
to pay its light bill. A number o
stores keep open late just because
they are afraid their competitors will
get fifty cents more than they do. Let
our business men be sensible and fra fraternal,
ternal, fraternal, shut up early and go home and
rest and let their clerks rest. They
will not lose money, and they will gain
in health. .1'
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
The Sunday school will have a
Mother's Day service.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject
8 p. m. The league will be
charge of Mother's Day service.
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr,
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon, "Living Closer to God.
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor
Mrs. W. F. Creson, leader.
No services Sunday evening. Every
one is urged to be present Sabbath
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Third Sunday After Easter
7:30 -a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon, subject, lhe influence of
8 p. m. Evening prayer and ad
All cordially invited.
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Mother's Day service with
sermon by the pastor.
7 p. m. Junior, Intermediate and
Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Evening worship. Subject ;
of pastor's sermon, "The Safest Place
n the World."
"Better come to church."
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol fol-owed
owed fol-owed by sermon by pastor. This
church will observe "Mother's Day"
and there will be a special program.
The pastor will have a sermon on
"Mother' 'and there will be special
music appropriate for the day.
6:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor.
7 p. m. Senior Endeavor.
8 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "What Must I Do to Be
At the close of the evening service
the ordinance of Christian baptism
will be observed.
A cordial welcome to all the serv
ices in this church.
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
Church of Christ
(North Magnolia Street)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
All are invited to attend these serv
NICKELS, DIMES and QUARTERS
MAKE THE DOLLARS
The one who is too b!to do little -things well is
generally to small to do big things. It's the regu regular,
lar, regular, systematic saving of the nickels dimes and
quarters that makes the great accumalation of dol dol-dollars.
dollars. dol-dollars. Open a Saving Account here NOW, and see how
your money will increase at 4 per cent. Interest.
Muriroe & Chambliss National Bank
HAS RfiiSED A liEW
Because it's made in the
most careful and scientific
manner from absolutely
pure materials that remain
pure in the baking and in insure
sure insure wholesome, healthful
Because it possesses the
greatest leavening power.
Because it is not affect affected
ed affected by time or weather it
never loses its strength
and never fails.
Because it is more eco economical
nomical economical you save when
you buy it and you save
when you use it
These are a few of the
reasons why Calumet is
the standard baking pow
derthe choice of millions
more being sold than
of any other brand.
Try it always buy it
Your grocer can supply
"OT MAOC BY A V X M J (I
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16oz. Some baking powders come in
12 ox. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure yon get a pound when you want it.
FOR COUNTY COM-MISSIOXEIi
(First Dint Met)
To the Democrats of Clarion County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election as member of the 'board
of county conrtmissioners from the First
District, subject to the will of the
democratic primary election to 'be held
on June 13th. If you elect me I assure
you that 1 will endeavor to etnciently
perform the duties of the office.
R. BRUCE MEFPBRT.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I wish to announce that I am
a candidate for member f the House
of Representatives from Marion coun county,
ty, county, in group two, and subject to the
action of the democratic primary to .De
held in June next.
F. R. HOCKER.
LAYING THE CORNER-STONE
FOR SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Clearwater, May 13. As a climax
of the collegiate year, supplementing
in interest the regular commencement
exercises, will be the program that is
to be given in connection with th
laying of the corner-stone of one of
the buildings of the Greater Southern
College at Lakeland, these exercises
tobe conducted May 25 in Lakeland,
with members of the faculty and the
student body and alumni in attend attendance.
ance. attendance. Arrangements are being per perfected
fected perfected to make this day one of special
importance in the college calendar,
and it is expected that every student
and alumnus of the school who can
possibly attend will be present in
Lakeland on May 25.
As it has been planned, the corner cornerstone
stone cornerstone laying exercises will be con conducted
ducted conducted in the afternoon of May 25,
beginning at 3 o'clock. Music for the
occasion will be furnished by the
Southern College Orchestra with
Professor Albert G. Vredenburg in
charge. A processional will be form formed
ed formed on the lower part of the college
campus, with the members of the fac fac-ultv.
ultv. fac-ultv. the alumni and the students
marching in the order named. The
processional will end at the" stand that
will be erected for the exercises. Upon
this stand will be the speaker of the
occasion, who is to be the newly elect elected
ed elected bishop of the Florida conference
iind the members cf the board of trus trustees.
tees. trustees. After the invocation and the ad address
dress address of the bishop expressions will be
heard from representatives of the
board of trustees, the alumni, the fac faculty,
ulty, faculty, and the students. Members of
the present junior and senior classes
of the college will have a special part
in the exercises. The list of names
of the students in these classes will
be placed, with other matter, in the
corner-stone as records.
In order that every student if pos-
sibls may attend, the college has ar arranged
ranged arranged for the transportation of the
students by means of buses, the trip
t be made to Lakeland early in the
morning and the return trip early in
the evening. The chamber of com
merce of Lakeland will act as the host
cf the student -body for the noon
hour, and a luncheon will be served to
all the students and faculty at some
hotel in Lakeland. In the evening
the students will be entertained thru
courtesy of the Methodist churches of
Lakeland, the Epworth Leagues of
these three churches having under undertaken
taken undertaken to provide for refreshments and
other features of an entertainment
program. Former students and alum alumni
ni alumni will also be cared for through the
hospitality of the people of Lakeland,
as a luncheon in their honor will"Tte
given at 12:30 o'clock at the Hotel
Thelma. At this alumni luncheon the
bisko ofp the Florida conference will
deliver an address. It is the' earnest
request of the college management
that every former student and alum alumnus
nus alumnus of Southern College, the Florida
Conference College and the Elonda
Seminary be present at this notable
entertainment to be given in honor of
former students of Southern College
and the two educational institutions
that preceded 'it in the Florida con
Charter No. 10578
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
Reserve District No. 6
THE MUHRQE AND CHAMBLISS NATIONAL BANK, ;
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on May 5, 1921
1. (a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
acceptances of other banks and foreign
bills of exchange or drafts sold with in indorsement
dorsement indorsement of this bank (except those shown
in b and c) $838,790.45
Total loans .'
.2. Overdrafts, secured (none); unsecured, $445.64
4. U. S. Government securities owned:
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S.. bonds
par value) 50,000.00
(b) All other United States Government secu securities
rities securities (including premiums, if any) ....... 113,884.00
Other, bonds, stocks, securities, etc.:
Banking house, $34,000.00;
Furniture and fixtures, $3388.80
Real estate owned other than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. ...
Cash in vault and amount due from national
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in same city or town as
reporting bank (other than, Item 12)
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 . . 108,56L20
(b) Miscellaneous cash items 825.12
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I will foe a candidate in the
ensuing primary for the nomination for
representative from Marion county in
in group two.
will make the race
C. W. HUNTER.
"Gruen wrist watches. Weihe
Company, the Ocala Jewelers. 12-2t
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m.- Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject
of lesson sermon, "Mortals and Im Immortals."
mortals." Immortals." Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
North Ocala Union Sunday School
A. R. Cassil, Superintendent
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 p.
m. Visitors welcome.
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for representative of Marion coun county
ty county for the legislature of 1923-24. sub subject
ject subject to the actfbns of the voters in the
coming democratic primary. Business
will prevent me from making an active
eampaism, and I can only promise as I
did in the last session that I will handle
the affairs of the county and state in
the same conservative and business businesslike
like businesslike way in which I would my own, and
at all times consider the toest interest
of the people. Your support would be
appreciated. NATHAN' MAYO.
SummerSeia. Fla., April 17, 1922.
Clothes styled and designed for
particular men, tailored at Fashion
Park. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 22-tf
PUBLIC Al'CTIOV SALE
Gifts of all kinds for "The Sweet
Girl' 'as well as "Fine Boy" Graduate.
Weihe Company, the Ocala Jewelers.
Of the Bankrupt Property of James L L-Greer,
Greer, L-Greer, to be Held mt Greer, Fla-, on
Mar 1S.18, 1B12, CemmtnclmK mt 1C
O'Cloek A. M. Each Day.
To sell the personal property, con consisting
sisting consisting of rough cut lumber and uncui
timber amounting to approximatelj
100.000 feet: also the stores of com commissary
missary commissary consisting of clothing, shoes
patent medicines, groceries, hardware
household utensils and machinerj"
carts. Also a large quantity of miscel
laneous mill parts and hardware. Alsc
approximately 2000 acres of cut-over
land, situated in and around Greer
Pasco county. Florida. To be sold ir
bulk or in sections for cash.
The above sale is by order of the V
S. Bankruptcy court.
F. J. CORTINA.
5-3t-Sat Trustee in Bankruptcy.
I am noTpr in position to repair type typewriters,
writers, typewriters, adding machines and phono phonographs.
graphs. phonographs. Leave your orders with us,
and party -will call for machine. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A..E. Gerig. 8-6t
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund t........ .50,000.00
Undivided profits $32,349.98
(a) Reserved for interest and taxes
accrued ; 2,000.00 34,349.98
(c) Less current expenses, interest and taxes
paid : 20,432.44
Circulating notes outstanding
Amount due to state banks, bankers, and trust
companies in the United States and foreign
countries (other than included in items 21
or 22) i
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 39,681.54
Demand deposits (other than bank' deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within 30
Individual deposits subject to check. 418,968.42
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days i
(other than for money borrowed) ...... 24,050.14
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bank or other otherwise
wise otherwise I..;..... 180303.43
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to reserve, items 26, 27, "'.
28, 29, 30 and 31 62332199
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after
30 days, or subject to 30 days or more notice,
and postal savings:) .."'.'''''''
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
State, county or other municipal deposits secur- -ed
by pledge of assets of this bank or other otherwise.
wise. otherwise. Other time deposits
Postal savings deposits
Total of time deposits subject to reserve,
Items 32, 33, 34 and 35............ .-416,7181
Bills payable (including" all obligations repre representing
senting representing money borrowed other than redis- ;
counts).. ... ..... 30,000.00
Notes and bills rediscounted, including accep acceptances
tances acceptances of other banks and foreign bills of
exchange or drafts sold with indorsement
of this bank
The following appointments have
been made for democratic campafin
Moss Bluff, Thursday, May 18.
Sparr, Friday, May 19.
Eureka, Saturday, May 27.
Fellowship, Friday, June 2.
Communities desiring campaign ap appointments
pointments appointments should immediately notify
the undersigned, so as to avoid con confusion
fusion confusion in dates.
Democratic Campaign Committee,
12-tf Ocala, Fla.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, DeWitt GrifSn, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
DEWITT GRIFFIN, Cashier.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Good condition. $275 and take both
yf them. SPENCER-PEDRICK
MOTOR CO., prone 8, Ocala. 10-tf
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 12th day of May, 1922
(Seal) Margaret M. Jackson,
. T. T. MUNROE,
A. E. GERIG,
LOUIS' R. CHAZAL,
Our new MOTHER'S DAY cards
will express just the sentiment you
want for your mother. THE SPE SPECIALTY
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Complete Tine of luggage and ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe trunks. Ageni for Indestructo
trunk. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D J9-tf
If yon want a quart or pint of
Marocala ice cream, phono 14. Bit Bit-ting's
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The Gift Shop
Pianos & Players
harringloh Hall Comer
STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, SIAY 13, 1922
SECOND TO NONE
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308 N. Magnolia Street
Vtrgbua Lady Sobered With Ach
and Pains Until MstKsr Began
Gving liar CarJd.
Dublin. Va, Hiss Mary Alice
' Hugbclt residing on Route 2,' near
here, recently told a visitor of hei
Interesting experience with Cardul.
Miss Hughett said: "I had been suf suffering
fering suffering for some time with painful .
I was pale, didn't feel like going.
Would Just drag around, and couldn't
rest to do any good. I would suffer
once a month with my back, sides
and head. My limbs would ache and
I didn't know what to do. but I knew
I must do something, for I didn't get
well by letting it raw on.
"My mother is a believer In CarduJ,
for she saw what It did for others as
well as herself, so she began giving
it to me.
"It wasn't long before I Paw a
change. It was Just what I needed.
It regulated me. I began to eat and
Bleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardul is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am 'glad 1
can recommend it to others."
If suffering with symptoms such a?
-Miss Hughett mentions, or other ail
ments peculiar to women, why not be
gin Cardul at once? Its merit is wen
established by successful use for mor mor-than
than mor-than 40 years.
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. "PJbnnm." "JmDm4."
And then I stopped. I had to, of
course. Then she said that would do,
and I might go to my room. And I
went. And that's all I know about it,
-except that she came up, after a little,
and said for me not to talk any more
about it, to her, or to any one else;
and to please try to forget It.
I tried to tell her what I'd seen,
and what Yd heard that wicked, deep deep-dyed
dyed deep-dyed villain say; but she wouldn't let
me. She shook her head, and said,
"Hush, hush, dear" ; and that no good
could come of talking of It, and she
wanted me to forget it. She was very
sweet and very gentle, and she smiled ;
but there were stern corners to her
mouth, even when the smile was there.
And I guess she told him what was
what. Anyhow, I know they had quite
a talk before she came up to me, for
I was watching at the window for him
to go ;' and wheTi he did go he looked
very red and cross and he stalked
away with a never-will-I-darken-thls-door-agaln
kind of step, Just as far as
I could see him.
I don't know, of course, what will
happen next, nor whether he'll ever
come back for Theresa ; but I shouldn't
think even she would want him, after
this, if she found out.
And now, where's my love story com coming
ing coming in, I should like to know?
TWO DAYS AFTER CHRISTMAS
Report of the Condition of
THE METROPOLITAN SAVINGS
BANK OF OCALA
At Ocala, in the State' of Florida, at
the Clone of Business May 5, 1922.
Loans on real estate $71,036.94
Loans on collateral secu security
rity security other than real
United States bonds 3,013.00
Stocks, securities, etc 2,310.00
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 22,500.00
Other real estate 4,200.00
Due from incorporated
Claims and other resources 1,054.49
Cash items 468.21
Cash on hand 3,795.22
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund 4,500.00
Individual deposits subject
to check 55,025.09
Savings deposits 82,450.54
Cashier's checks outstand outstanding
ing outstanding 40.10
Notes and bills rediscount-
State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss:.
I, J. S. LaRoche, cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. S. LaRoche, Cashier.
W. P. Wilson,
D. W. Goodwin,
F. P. Gadson, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 11th day of May, 1922.
(Seal) Pearl E. Anderson,
My commission expires May 11th.
THAT GOOD KIND
Another wonderful thing has hap happened.
pened. happened. I've had a letter from Father
from Father I a letter me 1
It came this morning. Mother
brought It In to me. She looked queer
a little. There were two red spots
in her cheeks, and her eyes wer
"I think you have a letter here from
your father," she said, handing it
She hesitated before the "your fa
ther" Just as she always does. And
t Isn't hardly ever that she mention
his name, anyway. But when she does,
she always stops a funny little minute
before It, Just as she did today.
I could see she was wondering what
could be In it But I guess she wasn't
wondering any more than I was, only
I was gladder to get it than she was,
1 suppose. Anyhow, when she saw!
how glad I was, and how I jumped for
the letter, she drew back, and looked
somehow as if she'd been hurt and
"I did not know, Marie, that a lettei
frem your father would mean so
much to you."
I don't know what 1 did say to that
I guess I didn't say anything. I'd al already
ready already begun to read the letter, and 1
was in such a hurry to find -out what
I'll copy it here. It wasn't long.
It was like this:
"My Dear Mary:
"Some way Christmas has tun-le me,
think of you. I wish I had sent you
some gift. Yet I have not" the slightest
idea what would please you. To tell
the truth, I tried to find something
but had to give It up.
"I am wondering If you had a good
time, and what you did. After all, I'm
pretty sure you did have a good time,
for you are Marie now. You see, I
have not forgotten how tired you got
of being Mary. Well, well, I do not
know as I can blame you.
"And now that I have asked what
you did for Christmas, I suspect It Is
no more than a fair turnabout to tell
you what I did. I suppose I had a very
good time. Your Aunt Jane says I
did. I heard her telling one of the
neighbors that last night She had a
very fine dinner, and she Invited Mrs.
Darling and Miss Snow and Miss San Sanborn
born Sanborn to eat It with us. She said she
didn't want me fo feel lonesome. But
you can feel real lonesome in a crowd
sometimes. Did you know that, Mary?
"But I left them to their chatter aft after
er after dinner and went out to the observa observatory.
tory. observatory. I think I must have fallen asleep
on the couch there, for It was quite
dark when I awoke. But I didn't mind
that, for there were some observations
I wanted to take. It was a beautifully
clear night so I stayed there till near nearly
ly nearly morning.
"How about it? I suppose Marie
plays the piano every day, now, doesn't
she? The piano here hasn't been
touched since you went away. Oh.
yes, it was touched once. Your aunt
played hymns on It for a mIsslonay
"Well, what did you ;d Christmas?
Suppose you write and tell
out of course, I said I didn't "know
which you'd take, and
"You told him you didn't know which
Td taker gasped Mother.
Just like that she interrupted, and
she looked so shocked. Then she be- i
gan to walk again, up and down, trp
and down. Then, all of a sudden, she
flung herself on the couch and began
to cry and sob as If her heart would i
break. And when I tried to comfort
her, I only seemed to make it worse,
for she threw her arms around me
"Oh, my darling, my darling, dont
you see how dreadful it is, how dread dreadful
ful dreadful it Isr
And then is when she began to talk
some more about being married, and
unmarried as we were. She held me
: close again and began to sob and cry.
j "Oh, my darling, don't you see how
; dreadful It all is how unnatural it is
for us to live this way? And for
I -you you poor child what could be
worse for your And here 1 am, jeal jealous
ous jealous Jealous of your own father, for
fear you'll love him better 'than you
do me I
"Oh, I know I ought not to say all
this to you I know I ought not to.
But I can't help it I want you I I
want you every minute; but I have
to give you up six whole months of
every year I have to give you up to
him. And he's your father, Marie.
And he's a good man. I know he's a
good man. I know it all the better
now since I've seen other men. And
I ought to tell you to love him. But
I'm so afraid you'll love him better
than you do me, and want to leave
me. And 1 can't give you up I I can't
give you upl"
Then I tried to tell her, of course,
that she wouldn't have to give me up,
and that I ioved her a whole lot bet better
ter better than I did Father. But even that
didn't comfort her, 'cause she said 1
ought to love him. That he was lone lonesome
some lonesome and needed me. He needed me
Just as much as she needed me, and
maybe more. And then she went on
again about how unnatural and awful
It was to live the way we were living.
And she called herself a wicked wom woman
an woman that she'd ever allowed things to
get to such a pass. And she said U
she could only have her .life to liva
over again she'd do bo differently oh,
Then she began to cry again, and
I couldn't do a thing with her; and,
of course, that worked me aH up and
I began to cry.
She stopped then, right off short,
arid wiped her eyes fiercely with her
wet ball of a handkerchief. And she
asked what was she thinking of, and
didn't she know any better than tc
talk like this to me. Then she said,
come, we'd go for a ride.
And we did.
And all the rest of that day Mother
was so gay and lively you'd think she
didn't know how to cry.
Now, wasn't that funny?
Of course, I shall answer Father't
letter right away, but I haven't th J
faintest Idea what to say.
Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
We can supply you with ice at most
reasonable prices for all purposes,
whether you want a car load or mere merely
ly merely a small quantity each day for your
home use. Our ice is absolutely pure,
being made from pure distilled water
and can be used for all purposes with
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 34, OCALA, FLA.
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
WOrk for the mOTlPV than nrttr nthar
contractor in the city.
"Gorham" sterling plate, "Com "Community"
munity" "Community" silver, all grades and pat patterns,
terns, patterns, "Rogers 1847," "Silverfield"
and Wm. Rogers Sons tableware.
Weihe Company, the Ocala Jewelers.
I Geo. Hay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
floor, and our equipment
is in shape to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line.
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen enable
US tO GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Oat of Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Tomorrow is Mothey's Day.
Reserved fop Yon
and your guests. That's one of our
greatest assets among the regular
diners. We always have a table wait waiting.
ing. waiting. The cuisine is strictly high class.
We appeal to the inner man and serve
you with dishes that are appetizing
and satisfying. Everything the best
Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Sweet milk at the Main Street liar
ket. Phone 108. IS
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong
est companies in the land.
Country cured bams sliced at
Street Market Phone 103.
Td been reading the letter out loud,
and when I got through Mother was
pacing up and down the room. For
a minute she didn't say anything; then
she whirled 'round suddenly and faced
me, and said, just as if something in
side of her was making her say it:
"I notice there is no mention of
your mother in that letter, Marie. I
suppose your father has quite forgot forgotten
ten forgotten that there Is such a person In the
world as I."
But I told her no, oh, no, and that
I was sure he remembered her. for he
used to ask me questions often about
what she did, find the violinist and all.
"The violinist !" cried Mother, whirl whirling
ing whirling around on me a era In. (She'd be begun
gun begun to walk up and down once more.)
Tou don't mean to say you ever told
your father about him!"
"Oh, no, not everything," I explained,
trying to show how patient I was, so
she would be patient, too. (But it
didn't work.) "I couldn't tell him
everything because everything hadn't
happened then. But I told about his
2ifj!lghere and about the others, looz
ONE WEEK LATER
I answered It Father's letter, I
mean yesterday, and it's gone now.
But I had an awful time over It. I
just didn't know what In the world
to say. I'd start out all right, and I'd
think I was going to get along beauti beautifully.
fully. beautifully. Then, all of a sudden, It would
come over me, what I was doing
writing a letter to my father! And I
could Imagine just how he'd look when i
he got it, all stern and dignified, sit sitting
ting sitting In his chair with his paper-cutter ;
and I'd Imagine his eyes looking down
and reading what I wrote. And when
I thought of that, my pen Just wouldn't
go. The Idea of my writing anything
my father would want to read
And so I'd try to think of things that
I could write big things big things
that would Interest big men: About
the President and our-country-'tls-of-thee,
and the state of the weather
and the crops. And so I'd begin:
"Dear Father: I take my pen in
hand to Inform you that w
Then I'd stop and think and think,
and chew my pen-handle. Then I'd
put down something. But It was aw awful,
ful, awful, and I knew It was awful. So I'd
have to tear It up and begin again.
Three times I did that ; then I began
to cry. It did seem as if I never could
write that letter. Once I thought or
asking Mother what to say, and get getting
ting getting her to help me. Then I remem remembered
bered remembered how she cried and took on and
said things when the letter came, and
talked about how dreadful and un unnatural
natural unnatural It all was, and how she was
jealous for fear I'd love Father better
than I did her. And I was afraid she'd
do It again, and so T didn't like to ask
her. And so I didn't do It.
Then, after a time, I got out his let letter
ter letter and read It again. And all of a
sudden I felt all warm and happy.
Just as I did when I first got It; and
some way I was back with him in the
observatory and he was telling me all
about the stars. And I forgot all
about being afraid of him. And I Just
remembered that he'd asked me to
tell him what I did on Christmas day;
and I knew right off that that would
be easy. Why, Just the easiest thing
in the world I And so I got out a
fresh sheet of, paper and dipped my
pen in the Ink and began again.
And this time I didn't have a bit
of trouble. I told him all about the
tree I had Christmas eve, and the
presents, and the little colored lights,
and the fun we had singing and play
ing games. And then how, on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning, there was a lovely new
snow on the ground, and Mr. Easter Easter-brook
brook Easter-brook came with a perfectly lovely
sleigh and two horses to take Mother
and me to ride, and what a splendid
time e had. and how lovely Mother
looked with her red cheeks and bright
eyes, and how, when we got home.
Mr. Easterbrook said we looked morej
like siters than mother ann nauenrer,
and wasn't that nice of him. Of course.
I told a little more about Mr. Easter Easterbrook,
brook, Easterbrook, too, so Fathered know who he
was a new friend of Mother's that
Td never known till I came back this
time, and how he was very rich and a
most estimable man. That Aunt Hattle
For prompt prescription work phone
No. 14.' Sitting's Drug Store. 25-tf
Phone 74 when you want Florida
and Western Meats, prompt service
and free delivery. Eagle Grocery and
Meat Market. 11-tf
"OWN A SPOT OF GROUND SOMEWHERE." Carnegie
HOWELL & MUNROE'S VALUABLE
Mcli Hammock Land,' Marion Comity, ; Morife
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION ON THE PREMISES
- ; c
LOCATION This grand estate is located in Marion County, in the
heart of one of the very best agricultural sections of the whole State
of Florida. About 10 miles north of Ocala, the county seat; right on
the Dixie Highway and Fairfield hard road, one mile from (Lowell) a
good little town on the Atlantic Coast Line and where one of the
largest and best equipped tomato packing plants in th eentire State
is just about completed. In fine neighborhood, close to school and
churches. Over 700 acres cleared in grass and cultivation. The im improvements
provements improvements on this splendid estate are well distributed, making it an
ideal subdivision proposition. Will sell you any amount of this good
Hammock, Marion County land that you want. In fact we always
sell to suit our customers. You can buy from ten (10) acres on up.'
MARION COUNTY is very generally acknowledged to be the best
all around agricultural county in Florida. Its supremacy has been
proven time and again at fairs and by the records of the State Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture. And there is no duobt about this being the best
agricultural section of the whole county. The land in this part of
Marion County is the same to Florida that the rich blue grass lands
are to Kentucky. There is lots of land in Florida that we would not
want and neither would you. But we do say that this land is all we
claim for it and even more. Written words cannot do this place justice.
You must see it to apprecite what it really is. We invite the closest
inspection for we know the more you look the more yon will want
to call it YOUR OWN. Ask those who KNOW and they will tell you
this is one of the best farms in the whole county. It would take
volumes to tell of this section of the state, the fertility of the soil, the
raising of stock at -less than one-half of the expense in the northern,
middle and western states, the wonderful -climate, etc If you are
from Missouri we can "show you." Seeing is believing.
THE SAFEST PLACE in all the universe to put your dollars is in
the bosom of Old Mother Earth. It won't rust, decay or get but of
style; good today and better tomorrow. Your population is increasing
rapidly all the while, no more earth being made and what we have
is not stretching one bit. People have got to have homes. The in increased
creased increased values that are just as sure to come as you exist today will
pay you handsome dividends on the dollars invested in this good earth,
in addition to the handsome yield from crops, stock, etc.
IMPROVEMENTS The above cut is a good likeness of the main
residence of this magnificent estate. Contains eight nice large, airy
rooms, halls, veranda, porches and side porch screened in, concrete ;
walks, water works throughout the house, bath, lighting system, nice
approach among beautiful shade trees. You cannot help seeing this
beautiful two-story, Canary Colored Mansion House just aa yon cross
the Atlantic Coast Line and" North in the "Y? of the pikes and when
you see it you are bound to admire it and want to call it HOME.
Splendid barn and all other necessary outbuildings. There la also on
these valuable holdings a splendid five-room bungalow, barns and
necessary outbuildings, also nice four-room cottage with barn and'
other outbuildings; three good tenant houses, etc All of the houses
have water at door and plenty of stock water on the farm.
THIS PROPERTY is going to "SELL for whatever it will bring with without
out without RESERVE, BY-BID or LIMIT. OUR CONTRACT CALLS FOB
BUT ONE PRICE and that is THE HIGH DOLLAR BID at the Auc Auction
tion Auction Sale. Opportunity is knocking at your door don't' let it pass
you by. We are leaving it absolutely with YOU to aay what these
valuable holdings are worth and when the last bid is made on sale day
Messrs. Howell and Monroe are going to make you a deed, let the re result
sult result be as it may. Both of these men are game to the core. Mr.
Howell's health will not permit him to run this large estate and Mr.
Munroe has all he can look after in his banking interests and otter
business enterprises.. When this property goes under the hammer
on WEDNESDAY, MAY 24TH, at 10:00 A. M there will be no take
down to it. It is just as SURE TO SELL as you exist today and
YOUR PRICE IS GOEVG TO' BE OUR PRICE.
TERMS ARE EXCEEDINGLY EASY and made known on day cf
sale. Dinner on the ground. Join the crowd and attend this sale.
They will be there. Valuable prizes given away all during the sale.
They are on exhibition at the Munroe & Chambliss National Bank at
Ocala, Florida. Look them over.
For full particulars, blue prints, etc, etc, see, write or phone
either of the owners: T. T. MUNROE, OCALA, FLA-, or C XL
. HOWELL, LOWELL, FLA, or
THE NOTED SILVER TONGCED AUCTIONEER, COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, WILLT CmYTHIS SALE
Barbecue Dinner Wiu be Served on to
Remember Your Mother
Falls May Fourteenth
You're my Mother, come what may.
Loving, good and true;
Mother's Day is every day
In my thoughts of you.
Norris Exquisite Candies
Nothing would gladden her heart
more as an expression of thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful remembrance th?in a Norris
, Thecost is only $1.50 per pound
1, 2 and 3 pound packages
Fresh showing just in
HOWE TIMES and TUBES
CORD and FABRIC
FULL LINE OF SIZES
The Howe Tire is Extra Qualify
CALL AND SEE THEM
O'NEAL & MOLLY
South Magnolia street, opposite Rest Room
Dodge Brothers :
r, MOTOR CAR.: J
MACKfTA Yl O R
ah, The better you care foi
ryour eyes the better
If you have any local or society
items for the. Star, call five-one.
Mrs. James Engesser returned last
night from Fort Lauderdale, where
she has been for ten days.
The newest and smartest ladies
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
and theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth
ing & Shoe oC. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Mr. J. P. Zeigler and Master Zeig-
er of Metcalf, Ga., are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Phillips.
V. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
aurgeon. specialist eye, tar, nose and
ihroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala. Fla. tl
Mrs. J. P. Phillips has as her guest
Mrs. Earl Phillips and small son
Efirl Jr., of Lake City, end Mr. and
Mrs. George Zeigler and children of
Our collection of MOTHER'S DAY
cards is larger and better than ever
before. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
E. GERIG. 8-6t
Mrs. Clarence Camp and daughters,
Misses Nettie and Stella Camp, Mrs.
P.. S. Hall and Mrs. N. P. Davis left
yesterday afternoon for a week's
stay at the Camp Lake Weir home.
C. W. Brokaw of DeLand is in town
today demonstrating the Dayton Uni Universal
versal Universal Starter. This started is cer certainly
tainly certainly a boon to owners of old model
Fords. Yet your starter today to
morrow you may have a broken
The Ladies' Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will meet Mon
day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. T. M. McLean on East' Fort
King avenue. It is hoped that all
who possibly can will be pdesent.
Propel and Expel pencils, also "Ev
ersharp," "Pal" and "Redipoint" pen
cils. Weihe Company, the Ocala
Carl Brokaw of DeLand was a bus
iness visitor in Ocala today. Mr,
Brokaw was a former Ocala high
school pupil, attending that institu
tion in 1891-22, at that time being in
the tenth grade.
We are now churning daily and
have butter and tmttermilk every day.
Phone94. Marion Ounty Creamery. 8t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cleveland
and their swart little boy, George
Charles, of Miami, are here for a
visit to the old folks and their friends.
They paid the Star a pleasant visit
Fresh water fish at the Ocala Cash
Market. Phone 110. 10-tf
Complete line of Canvas and White
Buck Oxford. H. A. Waterman, The
Habadasher, Merchants' Block. 12-2t
Mr. and Mrs. A; J. Beck of Fort
Lauderdale are expected this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a few days stay in Ocala
with Mrs. Beck's sister, Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. They will then go to Tampa to
Members of the Triangle Union
staged their annual picnic Thursday.
The attendance was unusually good.
White Star trucks transferred the
party to the Springs, where it took
two of the largest boats to take the
crowd down to Graham ville, where
Jim Howell had prepared the best
feed we have got in on in some time.
At the rate this organization is grow growing
ing growing Mr. Carmichael will have to get
some more boats for the next picnic.
Everything went off smooth as silk
and everyone enjoyed it to the limit.
We thank all who contributed to make
it the success it was. The committee
certainly put out some good work.
And we tender Jim Howell a vote of
thanks and can certainly recommend
him for a job as chef at the Waldorf Waldorf-Astoria.
Astoria. Waldorf-Astoria. X.
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A BANKING SERVICE
White and stripe flannel thousers.
Blue sport coat to be worn with them.
Get your sizes now. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. 12-2t
Bradley bathing suits for men,
women and children. Every garment
guaranteed. H. A. Waterman, The
Habadasher, Merchants' Block. 12-2t
(RATES under this beading: are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times aOc; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts parable 1st
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising: accounts.
WANTED White laborers for crate
mill and colored laborers for saw
mill. Arlo Box Co., Oak. 13-6t
LOST Pocket book containing bills
and Atlantic Coast Line system
pass. Liberal reward for return to
Star office. W. A. Strichcomb, En Engineer.
gineer. Engineer. 13-3t
THAT YOU WILL APPRECIATE
We believe in honest and conservative methods. We believe in x
promptness, courtesy, and the best banking service that it is pos possible
sible possible to attain, -v V
With these purposes ever before us we cordially invite your ac account,
count, account, with the assurance of safety and satisfaction.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
WOODMEN WILL MEET
FOR RENT Small apartment, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 226 E. Washington St. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. R. T. Weaver at Elite
Hat Shop, or phone 594. 12-6t
WANTED Real live man who is
willing to work in Ocala. Perma Permanent
nent Permanent position with good future for
one who will stick. Prefer man who
is working and wants to better him himself.
self. himself. Answer in one handwriting.
Address, Position, Box 75, Ocala,
WANTED An electric fan wanted.
Must be a bargain. THE BOOK
WANTED a second hand typewriter.
Must be a bargain. THE BOOK
FOR SALE--Three piece mahogany
bedroom suite and art square, prac practically
tically practically new. Apply at White Star
Line, storage department. 13-6t
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Hupmobile,
five-passenger; Buick Truck; good
condition; $275 takes both of them.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., phone
8, Ocala. 10-tf
At the meeting of Fort King Camp
of Woodmen Friday night, it was re resolved
solved resolved that the camp would meet twice
a month again, according to the cus custom
tom custom prevailing before the war. The
slump in interest of the camp seems
to have evaporated. The choppers had
a real, good, old-fashioned meeting
Friday night. There was a good at attendance
tendance attendance and much enthusiasm. Two
candidates, J. W. Johnson and Gus
Anderson, rode the goat. They were
good sports every time they were
bucked off, they got up, grinned and
climbed on again, until their rides
were finished. A number of good
talks were made and all in all it was
a very successful meeting. The next
will be held Friday evening, May 26.
Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf
Get your Mother's Day flowers at
the Harrington Hall Retreat. 2t
Mr. H. C. Packham leaves Tuesday
foi the north. He will first go to De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, where he is anticipating a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit with his brother, who he has
not seen in forty-seven years. After
wards he will go into Canada. for a
visit with relatives in Toronto, and
the remainder of the summer he will
spend at his home in Philadelphia.
; Just received, the Black Brogue Ox
fords. H. A. Waterman, The Haber
dasher, Merchants' Block. 12-2t
WANTED A manufacturing com company
pany company of Jacksonville, now enlarging
its plant, desires the services and
ji connection of a man qualified to rep represent
resent represent them. To party who can asr
sist 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. 5-10-tf
MIRRORS MADE TO ORDER
Florida Glass and Novelty Works,
218 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville,
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
M:ss Carrie Priest of Arcadia, who
has beon visiting friends in Jackson
ville, is now in 0c3la with her aunts, j
Mrs P. W. Wkfsides and Miss Josie
Williams Miss PeTot formerly made
Ocala fc?r heme1 and At is with pleasure j
t!i't !v t'r-?nd$ beve know that she i
will be in the city for seme time.
Sliced Kinghan's and Morris' Ham.
Faone 74, Eagle Grocery and Meat
CL your eyes will care foi
v w6 you.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
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
Hemstitching and pecoting done on
short notice. All 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.,
1-tf 317 N. Magffolia St., Ocala, Fla.
. Framed Mottoes for mother at the
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 8-6t
Order now. An Allen Bath Outfit.
"Enjoy it greatly; wouldn't be with
out it"; "Just what my wife has
wanted." So say Ocala people. Bath
room outfit $4.50; portable outfit
$7.50. R. C Loveridge, Agent, Ocala,
Mr. B. C. Webb., of Kendrick, Mr.
W. T. Dupree, of Citra, Mr. John A.
Tripplet, of Irvine, and Messrs. Shaw,
A. C. Blowers and.C. E. Simmons of
Ocala, have returned from Tampa,
where they were the first four days of
the week attending the dedication of
the Scottish Rite Cathedral. At the
same time there were about 140 candi
dates from different parts of the state
who received the degrees. Mr. Sim
roons reports that' they were certainly
kept busy, starting at seven in the
morning and remaining until mid midnight,
night, midnight, and all of this time they never
left the cathedral. This building is
built on the most improved plans. The
second story, where the lodge rooms
are, has no windows or outside open opening,
ing, opening, being lighted and ventilated en entirely
tirely entirely by electricity. On the lower
floor are the dining rooms, kitchens,
etc., reception rooms and library. The
building was erected at a cost of
$250,000 and the members of the order
are justly proud of their new home.
FOR SALE- Fiva fresh milk cows and
two nice Jersey heifers. See C. A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, reas reason
on reason ab! a prices. 926 S. Lime St. 9-3t
.OR SALE Three-year-old heifer
with calf. Apply to J. M. Potter,
Ocala, genera! delivery. 5-5-6t j
FOR RENT Apartment at 1129 Fort
King avenue. Apply to Mrs. New New-so.ni,
so.ni, New-so.ni, phone 207. 2-tf
BOX LABELS--We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers wih box labels in one or
more colo.j of ink at reasonable!
prices cn short notice. Stnr Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. Ocala, Fla. 22-tt
We've been in the
battery business long
enough to know all the
things that can possi possibly
bly possibly happen to a bat battery,
tery, battery, how serious they
are, and whether it will
pay to fix what's wrong.
. On top of that we
know exactly how to
do all kinds of battery
Every job that's
turned out here at
is done in just the way
prescribed by Willard
Standards of Service
and there are no higher
1 a- -v
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery
Its a beauty you will like it. tf
Satisfied Customers, our best asset.
Night Phoms 515
Day Phone 47
When the Hour Glass of
Time Runs Its Course
There Is no sympathy o tielpfal to
family that is bereaved a that of tm
friends and no help so reassuring M
that of the good funeral director. Act Acting
ing Acting in your stead, he understands that
he must act in your spirit, performing
each task with the reverence and ten tenderness
derness tenderness with which your own hands
would perform it If they could. Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy Tvhleii cannot be gracefully con conveyed
veyed conveyed by words Is revealed through bis
acts of service which bring the com comforting
forting comforting assurance that every attention
has been given with thoughtfuless
CEO. hlACKAY & C0Z1PANY
G. B. Overton, Director ''
YOU SAVE A DOLLAR A WEEK
When You Buy Your
oroctry auppiies ai
NORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY S
See a Few of Our Leaders
24-pound sack Self-Rising Flour...
12-pound sack Self-Rising Flour
24-lbsick best Self-Rising Flour...
12-lb sack best Self-Rising Fiuur...
Two cans No 2 Tomatoes.
Campbell's Pork and Beans, 18 oz.
Tall Van Camp Cream..........
Welch's Grapelade, 15 oz. jar
Quaker Oat Meal, package.... ...
Gold Bar Apricots, 15 oz. can....
Irish Potatoes, peck.
Bulk Vinegar, gallon 45c, qarut
NORTH END SUPPLY COMPANY
Where there are good prices KXf
And credit there's none, At)
- Orders of all sizes Aft
Delivered to everyone. K K-Phone
Phone K-Phone 341 Blue N. Magnolia Street
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A TT F NTT O M I
We are in position to sapply you with the follow-
ing items at a liberal discount:
Break Linings, all sizes
Nc Leak-O-Oil Sealing Piston Rings, all
Perfection Springs for practically all
Victor Cylinder Head Gaskets fop most
Vuleo Cord Fan Belts for al! cars
... M. .m.. j,. j.. jt. j.. jk. M jm. t.
At Your Home
Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city,
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks,, direct from the
crearnery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Balk: One gallon, packad, $1.50, delivered; half -gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed, 50c. a quart, delivered; quart
brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery Buffer Daily
We are making butter daily. Try a pound. It can now be had at
the following stores and markets: Farmers Exchange Store, Jain
Street Market, O. K. Teapot Grocery, OlLe Mordis and Pasteur &
Urown Market.-- ; '
.'MARION COUNTY CR E A M E R Y CO.
iff QUICK DELIVERY PHONE 243
The Temperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
Are Always Low and Quality High
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Watch for Onr DeliVery Boy With Red -Wheel.
Star Ads are Business Builders. PI
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