WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday, probably local thunder showers.
LATURE3 Thia morning, 68; ibis afternoon, 88.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:28; Sets, 7:19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT -NO. 121
MADE A DIG OFFER
TO GO TO WAR
TAKEN Bl POLAND
MADI S GOLDSSA
French Ship Crashed Into English
Vessel While the Latter was Ly Ly-ingto
ingto Ly-ingto In a Dense Fog
Brest, May 22. (By the Associated
Press). Ninety-eight persons are
missing and 242 were saved of those
aboard the British steamship Egypt
when it was sunk off the island of
Ushant Saturday night by collision j
with the French steamer Seme, ac according
cording according to the latest official figures.
Among the missing are two American
women, Mrs. S. L. Sibley and Miss V.
M. Boyer, whose home addresses, are
unknown here. t
According to the Egypt's purser the
ship floated only twenty minutes after
her plates were crushed in by the
Seine. The Egypt, he declared, was
not moving -at the time of the acci accident.
dent. accident. She was lying to on account of
a dense fog'and sounded her siren con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. The Seine loomed up out
of the darkness and struck the Egypt
amidship. The purser estimated that
fifteen passengers, thirty white- offi officers
cers officers and fifty Lascars of the crew are
MISSIONARIES TO INDIA
, Boston, May 22. Mrs. Sibley and
Miss Boyer were missionaries en route
to India. Mrs. Sibley has relatives in
Toledo, Ohio and Miss Boyer was for formerly
merly formerly of Aspinwull, Penn. Mrs. Sib Sibley
ley Sibley was a widow somewhat beyond
middle age, returning to India after a
visit here. Miss Boyer had no parents
, or living relatives and was taking up
the work in the mission field for the
MARINES WERE ON
HAND AT MANAGUA
Uncle Sam's Robust Leathernecks
. Squelch a Central American
Managua, Nicaragua., May 22. (By
the Associated Press). A revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary movement broke out here today, a
band of rebels seizing Fortress Loma,
commanding this city. Upon represen representations
tations representations by American Minister Ramerj
however, the revolutionists later came
to an agreement to turn over the fort
to the commander of the American
marines at ten o'clock tonight, to be
given back to the government.
ENFORCEMENT OF LAW
Declared Committee of Baptist Con
vention iii Its Report
Jacksonville, May 22. (Associated
v Press). Enforcement of law Is now
" the main task of the prohibitionists,
declared the report -of the social serv service
ice service commission of the Southern Bap Bap--
- Bap-- tist Convention, made publi ctoday.
The report also denounced the modern
dance, race track gambling and viola"
tion of th a Sabbath, and urged Bap Baptists
tists Baptists to demand a strict censorship of
moving pictures. The commission ex expressed
pressed expressed approval of banning Arbuckle
pictures and declared much more was
The convention adjourned sine die
at 12:20 o'clock.
EAST COAST RY. WONT
BUILD TO OKEECHOBEE
St. Augustine, May 22. (By the
Associated Press.) Officials of the
Florida East Coast railroad today de denied
nied denied that the road has entered into a
cointract for the construction of a line
-from Okeechobee City to Miami, as re reported
ported reported several days ago from Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. They were emphatic in their
declaration that there is nothing to the
ITS ABOUT TIME NOW
Los Angeles, May 22. (Associated
Press). The jury in the Burch trial
was scheduled to resume its delibera deliberations
tions deliberations at nine o'clock this morning. The
jury took the case at 4:50 o'clock Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon. Judge Reeves said if
no agreement was reached by 10 or 11
olclock he would discharge the jury.
"COME TO SUPPER"
Have you ever tried a Marion Maid
-Supper? On, May 26, 1922, you will
have a chance. Tlie Business Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club invites you, from 6 to 8:30
p. m. Tickets, 75 cents.- : 17-6t
Informed Senator Phipps of Colorado
That He was Ready to Knock
His Head Off
Washington, May 22. (Associated
Press). Postmaster appointments in
Georgia started a hot exchange in the
Senate today between "Senator Wat Watson,
son, Watson, democrat, of Georgia, and Sena-
tor Phipps, republican, of Colorado, a
member of the postoffice committee,
with the result that business was dis
rupted for several minutes after
which the two senators took the con controversy
troversy controversy into the corridors with Wat
son offering personal combat. "If you
say a word out of the way 111 knock
you down," Watson said he told Phipps
after they laft the Senate chamber.
Phipps declined to see newspaper men
to discuss the incident.
Free Military Instruction for Young
An interesting vacation fraught
with pleasures, educational features
and excellent physical training is of offered
fered offered young men of this section by the
Citizens Military Training Camps for
the summer of 1922, according to an announcement
nouncement announcement by the Fourth Corps
Area headquarters at Fort McPher McPher-son,
son, McPher-son, Ga.
The announcement is of particular
interest to civilians residing in Geor
gia, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana, North and
South Carolina. Two camps are to be
opened July 27 to August 26 inclus inclusive,
ive, inclusive, at Camp McClellan, Ala., where
instruction will be given in infantry,
cavalry and field artillery, and at
Fort Barrancas, Fla., which will offer
I i MI A. I
.a course in coast artmery training.
Three courses will be given at both
places, an elementary-course, for citi
zens between the ages of 17 and 25
years, which qualifies an entrant for
admission as a private in the Organiz Organized
ed Organized Reserves or in the National Guard;
the White course for non-commissioned
officers, and the Blue course for
commissioned officers, qualifying each
candidate of the latter two to admis admission
sion admission in the National Guard or Organ Organized
ized Organized Reserves, as non-commissioned
and commissioned officers, respect respectively.
ively. respectively. Persons from 17 to 25 years are
eligible for the first course; from 18
to 26 the second, and from 19 to 27
for the third. Physical fitness, good
moral character and common intelli
gence are the basic requirements for
admittance to either of the three
During the courses, which will be
interspersed with routine army in instruction
struction instruction and athletics, augmented
with the social and entertainment
(features, the government will bear all
expenses. Applicants are required to
pay their expenses to the camps where
they will reeeive reimbursement im immediately
mediately immediately upon arrival. Other require requirements
ments requirements from applicants are a certifi certificate
cate certificate of health, smallpox vaccination
and inoculation for typhoid before en entering
tering entering camps. These services will be
performed by any government post. In
addition a certificate must be present presented
ed presented from a schoolmaster, clergyman,
priest or rabbi to the effect that the
applicant is of good moral character
and average intelligence. Upon arriv arrival
al arrival at camps all equipment such as
uniforms, etc., will be furnished by
Application cards for entrance to
these camps may be obtained by Flor
ida residents from the Chief of Staff,
82nd Division, .U. S. Army, 1202
Main St., Columbia, S. C,
Information pbtained Saturday from
headquarters of the Fourth Corps
area, Fort McPherson, Ga., indicate
that approximately half of the 3000
applicants provided for by the govern
ment to take this training, have been
enlisted. Applicants are coming in
at the rate of seventy-five per day.
The opportunity to enter these camps
will cease when the 3000 applicants
specified in the orders from the war
department are obtained.
Application blanks can be obtained
from the office mentioned above by
mail or by applying in person.
Clarke Howell Jr.,
Major, Inf ., O. R. C.
GOING OFF FOR THE SUMMER
Look over our line of Roundtree
trunks and Lily luggage before buy
ing your summer traveling necessi
ties. Guarantee, Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y.M.B.,0. D. 17-tf
Wise Law, Securing Two Weeks Vaca Vacation
tion Vacation in Each Year for Indusr
Warsaw, May 22. (By Associated
Press). The Polish diet has enacted
a law requiring an annual vacation of
two weeks with pay for all industrial
A GREAT CONVENIENCE
S.- Bureau of Markets Has Opened
An Office With the Chamber
U, S. Bureau of Markets has
opened an office at the Chamber of
Commerce here' and today began send sending
ing sending out daily market reports on water watermelons.
melons. watermelons. The service is in charge of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Park, of the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Markets, Washington, who
will be here during the melon season.
Growers can obtain the reports by
mail by addressing Mr. Park, care of
the Marion County Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. The melon shipping is getting
well under way. There are more buy buyers
ers buyers here than ever before.
MAKING PERSONAL MATTER
OF CITY MANAGER
Bomb Exploded Under Home of Mayor
Of Columbus, Ga.
Columbus, May 22. (By Associated
Press). A joint conference of county
and city authorities is being held to today
day today to consider what action should be
taken to bring to justice persons re responsible
sponsible responsible for the explosion of a bomb
under the home of MayorJ. H. Dimon
here Sunday morning. The attempt
on the mayor's life is attributed to
persons who recently addressed letters
to Dimon and City Manager Hinkle,
threatening to kill both unless Hinkle
was discharged. Hinkle was attacked
on the street near his home several
weeks ago by pei"sons said to be op opposed
posed opposed to the. commission form of gov
ernment now in effect here.
FIRST ANNUAL SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE-SENIOR
SENIOR SOPHOMORE-SENIOR BANQUET OF THE
DUNNELLON HIGH SCHOOL
The first annual sophomore-senior
banquet of the Dunnellon high school
was given Friday, May 19, at 8 o'clock
in the high school building. The long
taBle was arranged in the hall of the
first floor to seat-bout sixty guests,
The class colors, green and white,
were used very effectively in the dee
orations. Streamers of these colors
extended -from the ceiling to the table
Electric lamps with the' colored shades
ighted the banquet table. The place
cards held catchy little questions, the
answers to which were found on the
other side. These were read aloud and
created much fun.
The banquet was prepared by the
Ladies' Aid of Dunnellon. The fresh
men girls, dressed in white, with
dainty white caps, made very attract
ive waitresses. The menu was as ofl-
lows: Fruit cocktail, .cream chicken
in timbals, buttered peas, potatoes on
half shell, Parker House rolls, olives,
mints, ice cream, cake, nuts. All of
the dinner was excellently T prepared
Alter me last course, cnairs were
a a t i
pushed back and the program, began.
Mr. J. E. Willett, principal of the
Dunnellon high school, acted as toast-
master. The entire prosrram had been
carefully planned, and the toastmas-
ter kept things moving along at a
nveiy rate. his introductions and
toasts were clever and witty.
Before introducing the speakers,
the toastmatser in the name of th
sophomore class greeted the seniors.
The members of the senior class, five
boys and five girls, being called by
name, arose and responded with an
original toast, in song.
The following appointments have
been made for democratic campafin
Eureka, Saturday, May 27.
Fellowship, Friday, June 2.
Communities desiring campaign ap
pointments should immediately notify
the undersigned, so as to avoid con confusion
fusion confusion in dates.
Democratic Campaign Committee,
12-tf Ocala, Fla.
See the new ELGIN wrist watches
at THE. BOOK SHOP. 19-3t-
Premier Angered by the i Atrocious
Murder of a Member of His
Belfast, May 22. (By Associated
Press) The killing today of W. J.
Twaddell, a member of the Ulster par parliament,
liament, parliament, who was shot while en route
to business, caused the issuance of a
manifest by Sir James Craig, premier,
announcing a special meeting of the
cabinet and legal authorities. The pre premier
mier premier declared just retribution was
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
' (By Truman Green)
Gainesville, May 22. According to
an announcement made by Dr. A. A.
Murphree, president of the University
of Florida, the commencement exer exercises
cises exercises a the Gator University this year
will be the largest and most preten pretentious
tious pretentious in the history of the state col college
lege college with eighty-five men candidates
The program this year will extend
over a period of three days, begin beginning
ning beginning Sunday, May 28, and ending
with the annual junior prom, Tuesday
Dr. R. W. Weaver, Ph. D., LL. D.,
president of Mercer University, of
Macon Ga., and one of the most promr
inent Baptist divines in the South,
will deliver the baccalaureate sermon
this year. The various denominations
are represented each year and Dr.
Weaver has been invited to address
the graduates of 1922. The baccalau
reate sermon it to be delivered Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock and will formal-
y open the commencement exercises
here this year.
Dr. H. L. Hargrove, Ph.D., of Yale,
head of the government schools at
Shantung, China, and at one time pro professor
fessor professor of English at the Florida State
College for Women, has been invited
to deliver the baccalaureate address
before the graduaitng class. Dr. Har
grove will be the principal speaker on
Other events on the program for
this year include the presentation of
play, "The Three Musketeers," by
the military department of the uni
versity, Monday evening; the annual
alumni luncheon at 1 p. m. Monday;
and the annual reception and prom to
the graduates given by the junior
class of the university Tuesday eve
The annual alumni luncheon to be
held Monday, May 29, will be attended
by the largest number of graduates
and former students that have ever
returned for an occasion of this kind,
according to B. R. Colson, secretary-
treasurer of the Florida Alumni As
The luncheon held in the university
commons last year and attended by
the members of the state board of
control, was a great success and those
in charge of the arrangements for this
year promise an even better program
for those who attend.
A mock session of the Florida State
Senate, held daring the luncheon last
year, was one of the best features, that
has ever been presented and those
present stated at the tune that it was
one of the biggest hits of the annual
session of the association. Members
of the graduating class impersonated
the more prominent members of the
Senate and a regular session was
staged in the university dining room.
The program committee will not di divulge
vulge divulge the nature of the entertainment
feature for this year but promise one
that will be even better than that
staged during the last luncheon.
During the dinner the regular an animal
imal animal business meeting of the associa
tion will be held and officers elected
for the year. The present officers are
Pat Johnson, Kissimmee, president;
and B. R. Colson, Gainesville, secretary-treasurer.
Invitations have been sent out all
ever the state to former students of
the University of Florida and a num
ber have already signified their inten
tion of returning for the luncheon and
business meeting this year.
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.
Card well Sewing Machine Co,
1-tf 317 N. Magnolia St Ocala, Fla,
Will Give Two Milions and a Quarter
For the Gorgas Power
Washington, May 22. (Associated
Press). An offer of two million and
a quarter for the Gorgas power plant,
the government's interest in railroad
and transmission lines from Gorgas to
Muscle Shoals has been made by the
Alabama Power Company.
NEW BASIS FOR PAY
The Senate today passed the House
bill fixing the new basis of pay for of
ficers and enlisted men of the army,
navy, marine corps, coast guard, coast
and geodetic survey and the public
health service. Two amendments were
added and the measure now goes to
conference with the House for adjust adjustment
ment adjustment of differences.
R. R. EXECUTIVES CONFER
Seven railroad executives represent
ing the group of nineteen which par participated
ticipated participated in the White House dinner
conference Saturday night, at which
President Harding asked voluntary
action by the railroads in certain rate
reductions, toaay held a two-hour con conference
ference conference with members of the later-
state Commerce Commission.
, "INS. FUNDS"
The Dempsey bill authorizing im
provements to. rivers and harbors was
passed by the House today. Funds
for the worK are yet to be provided.
Starke is Coming Here for a Return
Game with the Ocala Team
Starke will come to Ocala for a re
turn game tomorrow afternoon.
Starke has a good team and the game
should be a fast one. Williams will
likely sling the old apple J. or Ocala.
Go see the boy work.
STRIKE IN CHICAGO
ABOUT TO SUBSIDE
Assault on a Policeman this Morning
Probably Its Final
Chicago, May 22. (By Associated
Press). Co lapse of the threatened
building trades strike and an attack
on a policeman who was hurled from
the third story of a building under
guard, were the principal early de de-veaopments
veaopments de-veaopments today in the so-called la
bor war. The policeman was badly
REJECTED ALL BIDS
The city council held three sessions
today. The first was a social and bus business
iness business meeting over the dinner table
in Davidson's private dining room.
Quite a discussion was held with Man Manager
ager Manager Brumby in connection with the
street paving contracts. This meet meeting
ing meeting was adjourned after each member
of the council and Manager Brumby
had done full justice to Davidson's
The eouneilmen then went to the
city hall where they held the second
meeting in the city manager's office,
with the city engineer, Mr. J. W. Tur
ner. Neither of these sessions were
official but were social gatherings in
whicn the members of the council got
a line on -the opinions of the others.
After deciding what they desired,
the eouneilmen went upstairs to the
council chamber, where a motion was
made to reject all bids. On voting
Messrs. Martin, Henry and Goldman
voted to reject all bids, Messrs. Sim
mons and Pedrick voting not to reject
This action probably means that the
city contemplates paving the streets
with asphalt blocks with our own men
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the people
Marion county, especially those
Ocala, for their many kindnesses
shown us during the sorrow of our
husband and son, Ernest Turnipsed.
Wife and Mother.
Buick Roadster, i
Buick five-passenger Touring.
Willis-Knight 5-passenger Touring.
AH in good condition. Take a look
at these. S PEN CER-PED RICK Motor
Co, Phone S, Ocala. 15-tf v
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouH like it. tf
Packers and Packing Houses Rushed
Day and Night to Gather and Ship
the Luscious Vegetable
The biggest tomato deal in Marion
county's history is on. The hotels of.
Ocala are crowded with buyers and
railroad solicitors. There are ? more
buyers than ever ; before. Packing
houses are in operation throughout
the county, including eleven erected
this spring and others that have been
enlarged. The large packing house of
H. W. Tucker, erected in Ocala thia
season is already being enlarged from
210 by 36 feet to 2& by 36 feet. The
packing is going on day and night.
The quotation of the pack is high,
with a big part running fancy and
choice. The Marion county growers
seem to have the markets of the coun
try at present to themselves and the
fruit is bringing good prices. A large
part of the crop is under contract. The
contracts run" toJone'25. Such large
firms as Gentile Brothers, H. T. Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery & Son and W. E. Lee have a
big hand in this season's deaL The
Western Union office reports three
times as much and tb,e Postal about
twice as much business as in previous
SANK TO DEATH
IN SILVER SPRINGS
The usually pleasant afternoon at
Silver Springs Sunday was sadly in
terrupted by the death of Herbert W.
Chappell, a young man from Durham,
N. C. ...
Mr. Chappell came from Orlando
with a party of friends in an auto.
They had dinner, and soon after Mr.
Chappell went into the water. He
seems to have ben a good swimmer,
and dived off the springboard in fine
style. Nobody. remembers seeing him
come up, but as it is a common occur occurrence
rence occurrence for swimmers to take long dives
and come up by the float or in a crowd
some distance from. the springboard,
his disappearance wasnt at first notic noticed.
ed. noticed. It was three or four minutes be
fore the other bathers began to look
for him and then his body was seen
lying on the bottom in twenty feet
W. J. Crosby Jr., an undersized but
active and muscular boy, dived and
brought the body up. Mayor Peek was
present and he and others made a des desperate
perate desperate attempt to bring the young
man back to life but without avaiL
The remains were taken in charge
by Sam Pyles, the undertaker, who
prepared the body for shipment. It
will leave tonight for Durham, N. C
where a sorrowing mother, Mrs. L. J.
ChappelL awaits it.
It is the consensus of opinion that
young Chappell, did not drown. He
was heated and went into the water
too soon after eating The Star is in
formed that there was little or no wa
ter in him, but his mouth and throat
were filled with food he had recently
swallowed and the glands in his neck
were swollen.' There was a bruise on
his left cheek which there is no ex explanation
planation explanation for. It might have been
caused by his striking the bottom.
He was a fine-looking young fellow,
and all who saw him couldn't help
deep regret that he was cut off so
young. He was studying to be a civil
engineer, and was doing some work
for grove owners near Orlando. The
party with him consisted of Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Therling, Mrs. H. E. Beck
and Miss Edith Rinehart. After doing
all they could for him, they left in
their car for home.
USED A KNTFE
The peace and quiet of North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street was rudely broken late
Saturday afternoon by a skirmish be between
tween between Messrs. J. L. Wimberly and P.
L. Burns. Mr. Wimberly whacked Mr.
Burns with a chair, and Mr. Burns
most inartistically slashed Mr. Wim Wimberly
berly Wimberly with a knife. Officer Bronson
arrested both and made them put sp
cash bonds.' Mr. Wimberly was not
much damaged-HfL slash down his left
front side doing considerable harm to
his clothes but little to his flesh. He
appeared in court this morning and
paid six dollars and costs. Mr. Burns
isn't here any more, but his cash bond
remains with the city.
See the newest thing in ladies foot footwear,
wear, footwear, Red Cross Patent Leather Ox Oxfords.
fords. Oxfords. Guarantee Clothing A Shoe Co.
Y.M.B.O.P. 17-tf v
Don Ey. "that good cigar.- 19-lCt
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. MAY 22. 1922,
Ocala Evening Star
Fabtlsbetfl Every Day Except Sosday by
" OCALA. FLORIDA
H. J. Blttlascr, Presides
H. D. Leaves-greW, Vice-Presides t
P. V. LMTMfMd, Secretary-Treasurer
J. U. Ueajastia Editor
Entered at v Ocala, Fla., postoffice as
bwlaew Office ...FIve-Oae
Editorial Ueaartaarat Tw(Tea
Society -Reporter Flve-Ose
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
'tion of unpreparedness and conse consequent
quent consequent embarrassment in which it
; found itself in 1917. "Fortunately on
that occasion," he said, "we had the
' Allie3 to hold the lines until we got
; ready, but the next time we might j
not have any" allies." To the program (
i outlined by General Pershing, the sup-
i port of the American Legion had been
; pledged a few minutes earlier by its
national commander, Hanford Mac-
Nider, who delivered an address pre preceding
ceding preceding the general.
The Miami Herald thinks the name
J of the Everglades should be changed
LWiw'.MSaS: gMSSnSJ:" bases its "gument onthe fact the
otherwise credited In this paper and present name conveys a false lmpres-
also taev local news published herein. I .n ,j
All rights of republication of special j S10n and the Pomt 18 wel1 made- After
dispatches: herein are also reserved. quoting Webster's definition Ever-
DOHESTiC subscription rates glade. a swamp-or low tract of land
One year, in advance J6.00 inundated with water and interspersed
lltl MB'a ajvance ?!with hummocks, or small islands, and
Three months, in advance 1.50.
One month, in advance .60 small patches of high' grass, chiefly
used in the Everglades, a great tract
. iof this nature in Florida the Herald
'as a matter of fact, the land
Displays Plate 15 cents per Inch for
consecutive insertions. Alternate lnaer-
tion charges on ads. that run less than'lymg south of Lake Okeechobee, does
UliitV-f06?-1 cnt per.inch- Pial ;not partake of the nature of a swamp,
position 25 iper cent additional. Kates: ......
based on four-inch minimum. Less than and while it is low as compared with
whYc? UPlands farther n0rth is n0t
tion. j c : i inundated with water except on ex-
Headlaa- 'otleess Five cents per line. T i -n
for first insertion; -three cents per line itraordinary occasions. Jacksonville
for each subsequent insertion. MetroDolis
change a week allowed on readers with-! 1
out-extra -composition charges. I Webster says: everglade, n. A re-
isai naverusemeoii at jegai rates. gion 0f 0-Wf
ANNOUNCEMENT" OS" RATES -FOR
campaign- the following rates will be ijnarsnes of southern t lorida
charged lor announcements, not to ex
spongy land, usually
flooded with water, and covered with
tall grass; used especially of the
twenty lines. PAYABLE WHEN
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Weekly Star: For member of legis legislature,
lature, legislature, member of school board, mem member
ber member ot i "board of county, commissioners,
county surveyor, registration officer,
cdnstable and justice of the peace, $5;
all state and national officers, $10.
Evening Star: s (One insertion each
week) (Same 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.
It would seem by this definition
that the word "Everglades," as ap applied
plied applied to that region in Florida is a
proper noun and plural.
There is as much reason for chang changing
ing changing the name of the state as there is
for changing the name of the Ever Everglades
glades Everglades i. e., a number of people are
ignorant of 'the characteristics of
both. Some people think that Flor-
. ida is a torrid tract of sand, and some
, One of the last things in the world people think the Everglades are a vast
for ,an. American, to, worry about is swamp, and they wouldn't change
whether Janan will trv tn Irppn F!nst!i : u i..
1 i wcii ujjuuuu ix iiic ixciiiic vrxc tiuiug
era Siberia. Jed The Everglades is a distinctive
,. """ 7 jname it is not applied, so you could
. 4 Says the New York Tribune : "Hen-'ROtice it, to any other extensive tract
ry Fp?d doesn't share his friend Bry-'0f country in the world it's associat-
an s disbelief in evolution. He knows ed with -Florida as much as the Indian
that .the grandfather of the flivver j or Suwanee rivers. The proper thing
waSi a wheelbarrow." i to do is to go on draining and culti-
. .vating that region; to building roads
The people who say Park Trammell across it, and people will like it bet bet-has;
has; bet-has; accomplished nothing during his.ter as they know it better. It is not
term as senator can't prove their as- 'good policy to give up any of our dis-sertions;-'
The'.5 records show that Mr. tinctive Florida names. A corrobora corrobora-Trammell
Trammell corrobora-Trammell has'beeivaibusy and useful; tion of our views on the subject ap appellator.";
pellator."; appellator."; j Pears in the Orlando Reporter-Star,
. j which says: "The Miami Herald be be-A
A be-A Long Island man drank gasoline Heves the name 'Everglades' is a
by mistake and now, instead of handicap to that section of Florida
coughmg, he honks. Billiecrane in St. S(mth of Lake Okeechobee, which
Petprshnro Tityipj' i 4- i u i i il.i
-r : uciciuiuie lias ueeii kuuwii uy maw
Billie; do you expect anybody to be- name, and has offered $100 for a sub sub-lieVe
lieVe sub-lieVe that; c;tnto TViof ott k j. u,-,- k
' ibuuti Aiiaif may r ov, uub
" r Uieve the 'Everglades' have made Flor-
Brother, Lee of the Winter Haven J(& as well known as has its climate."
Chief penned the following apt para-l
graph:"Occasionally you find a man" ;FOR SALE Three year old heifer
so evil minded that he. would smear uWith calf. Apply J. M. Potter, Gen Gen-the
the Gen-the throne of God if given a shadow of erai Delivery, Ocala. Ad. in Ocala
a chance, yet1 we are inclined to be- Star.
lieve there is some good in all men." j Either friend Potter or old man
T .. r Webster is in error. Potter claims
Our idea of a bad insurance risk is. his heifer has a calf. Webster, in his
a man who carries a pistol, drives a well known dictionary, arbitrarily
car and .talks back to his wife. Pen- states jthat a heifer never owns a calf,
sacola Journal. jthat when the stork leaves the calf
A fat chance the insurance com-1 the said heifer automatically becomes
pany has of finding him' out until a cow. We refer this to the conductor
after the smash. j0f the "Is Matrimony a Failure'.' jan-
! gle for remarks. Jiggs in Tarpon
An Ocala lady said the other day j Springs Leader,
that she likes to come to Leesburg j Neither Potter nor Webster is in er er-now
now er-now because our streets are so pleas- Jror. Its Jiggs, who has never learned
ant to ride over. Our speed cop was ( how to read. Potter does not claim
off duty just then. Leesburg Com- the heifer has any proprietary inter-,
mercial. est jn the calf. He simply says heifer
About this time next year Leesburg with calf, leading, the reader to sup sup-ladies,
ladies, sup-ladies, will be coming to Ocala for pose the heifer and calf will be in
smooth streets. j proximity at the time the sale is made.
" j Potter says not a word to make any
Brother Benjamin seems to doubt reasonable person believe the, heifer
that we need cover at night in Or- 'and caf are kin to each other!
lando, even during such weather tt.
we are having. If Brother Benjamin ntHXst?
will spend a few nights here on our
sleeping, porch and not use more than
a sheet, well take back all that we
said about our coolness. Orlando
We spoke too soon, Friend Brossier. ;
We've had to crawl under a blanket
since then," and we are not rich
enough to own a sleeping porch,
Geo'. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Miss Helen Hunt of Jacksonville,
was awarded $25,000 damages against
Dr. Lincoln. Hully, and Stetson Uni-
versity, by a jury in the circuit court
at Orlando Saturday in the suit grow
ing out of her dismissal from thei'
imiitamU -t fVi"iT A il I
uu...y in xiy,. Huomey lor me; w n snnni v.on w5th ice at most
defense announced that a motion willj
be made at once for a new trial. Miss
TT it" 1 I l
xiuiit au,u r ox ir.enas m ; ,y & smaU quantity each day for your
Ocala who; know her well and have j home 0ur ice is absolutely pure,
reasonable prices for all purposes,
whether you want a car load or mere-
always believed her
Stetson was unjust.
".:-. --;-y. r. jr xvx.
(J2crinfrci from Ae Saturday Evening fost, Philadelphia, Copyright, 1922; by The Curtis Publishing Company.)
The small investors furnish the great mass of victims of the swindlers who are everlastingly out for
"easy money," although the disclosures of recent date show I that the big operators get bigger fish. How How-ever,
ever, How-ever, the" vast sums of money which go into the baskets o'f the sharpers come from people of small means,
men and women who have worked hard, raked and scraped and saved a little at a time. .The United
States Government Savings System offers a safe investment and a sure return in the new Treasury Savings
Certificates, paying s per cent interest compounded semi-annually are sold at all post offices in
denominations of $25, $100 and $1,000, at $lot $80 and $800, and are redeemed at their face value in five
years. That is 25 per cent in five years. Besides, the certificates are tax exempt, except estate and
inheritance taxes. It would be better for the small investor to take his'savings to Uncle Sam instead of
handing them over to the sharks represented in the cartoon. They will get his money and keep it. The
Government will hand it back with a 25 per cent increase.- And what is very important, the investor will
have the supreme satisfaction of knowing that his money is safe all the time. v v
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star May 22, 1902)
. L. K. Edwards, turpentine manager
for Wade & McNair, Fairfield, and
his wife are in town visiting Mr. Ed Edwards'
wards' Edwards' parents.
,W. S. Gaskin has moved his grocery
stock. from the brick corner south of
the city market to his old stand
across' the street.
,;Mr.. Gaitskill, the progressive far farmer
mer farmer ; of Mcintosh, has advertised in
the DeFuniak Stockman for twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five Angora goats.
We learn with regret that J. W.
Stevens, manager of the John McCar
thy store and, one of the best and
most popular young business men in
town, ;will go west to reside, leaving
Ocala about July 1st.
Mrs., Wr S. Bullock and daughter
Miss, Alice, and Miss Louise Scott
wen$ to Gainesville today to visit
friends for a few days.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star May 22, 1912)
Miss Mary Connor and her pupils
are busy today -rehearsing for the
Concert that the Ocala School of
Music will give at-the Temple tomor
Mrs. B. H. Seymour has as her
guests-, her -mother Mrs. Merck, and
her sister Mrs. Wiley, of Jacksonville.
Judge D. S. Williams is going
around. today distributing the first
copies of-the Marion County premium
list for 1912. r
Miss Louise Booe -left today-for a
visit to re aitves in Orlando and De De-Land.
Land. De-Land. 'if.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and -not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Station Arrive 1
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4 : 17 pm Jacksonville r 3 :50 pm
am St. Petersburg. ; 4:05 i.m
2:55 am NTfork-St. Fetrsbrg 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
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. R..
Leaves Station- Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-J acksonville r 12 :2S 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
2 -.27 am Ocala-Jacksonville 7:00 am
3:25 pm Ocala-Homosassa 6:20 pm
7:10 am tOcala-Wilcox .11:59 am
7:25 am fOcala-Lakeland 11:50 am
t Monday,' Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out ot and under the eal of the
circuit court in and for Marion county,
Florida, dated April 3rd, A. D. 1922, in
a certain cause wherein Farmers Gin
and Mill Company, a Florida corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, is plaintiff, and Sunset Crate and
Lumber Mills, a Florida corporation, la
defendant, I have levied upon and wiU
Monday, June 5th, A. D. 1822,
the same being & legal sales day, during-
the legal hours of sale, offer for
sale the lot on which the defendant
formerly operated a crate mill at Sum-
merfleld. Florida, apd sell to the high highest
est highest and best bidder for cash the follow following
ing following described personal property, located
at Summer field, Marion county. Florida,
1 anvil; 1 BF Stu iterant No. S1079D;
1 dump cart; 2 steam engines, 1 Mer Mer-rett
rett Mer-rett clipper; 5 lots: of coll piping; 1
Merretf lathe; 1 rice; 1 unnamed lathe;
1 boiler and stock; various lots of boiler
flues; 2 steam urn pa; 11 various kinds
of veneer machines; 1 lot of piping and
nttins; all shafting, pulleys and boxes;
il! iron Junk.
Said vrcperty to be sold to satisfy
said execution and costs.
S. C. M. THOMAS,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
U W. DUVAL.
, Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Above property may toe inspected at
ISummerfield. Florida, by applying to
Nathan Mayo). 5-1-Man
At the celebration of the 147th
being made from pure distilled water
ar.d can be used for all purposes with
j perfect safety.
anniversary? of the Mecklenberg dec- flpnlo If Sr PjlPlfinfl f'A
laration of -independence at Charlotte,! VUHd ItC 1 tltlVUIlj U.
IN. U. Saturday, the pnncipai spea-- PHONE 34, OCALA. FLA.
er, General Pershing,
warninc aeainst allowing this country ; lsit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
ever again to find itself in the condi-' You'll like it. tf
Yes we are crowing about our special
Florida and Western Steaks.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.
STERLING SILVER. This means
Solid Silver. At THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Notice is hereby given that ihe nn nn-dersigned
dersigned nn-dersigned as guardian for the minor
heirs of Frank W. Smith, deceased,
will on the 25th day of May, 1922, ap apply
ply apply to the county judge of Marion
county for an order to sell the of
nwi except 70 yards square in se cor
and nwi of sw4 of section 1, town township
ship township 14 south, range 22 -east 119
acres, owned by said, minor heirs, for
the support of said minors.,.
21-ot-Mon W. W. Clyatt, Guardian.
Comfort and style in ouf r Society
Brand and Fashion Park clothes We
have a full line of ths gammer fabrics.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.Y. M.
B. O. D. 17-tf
Don Rey. "that good eigar."r 19-10t
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
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper : or entertain-
.. ment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; Half -gallon, pack packed,
ed, packed, 90c. delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c at creamery. Bricks:
-Two or more quart bracks, packed, 50c. a quart, delivered; quart
- brick, not packed, 50c. at Creamery.
Fresh Creamery Butter Daily
We are making butter daily. Try a pound. It can now be had at
ithe following stores and markets: Farmers Exchange Store, Main
, Street Market, 0. K. Teapot Grocery, Ollie Mordis and Pasteur &
V MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
,? Phone 94
5Qf v s
QUICK DELIVERY PHONE 243
Fhe Temperature Rises and Falls, but Our Prices
. Are Always Low and Quality High
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Watch lor Oar Delivery Boysi With Red Wheels ;
Night Phone &U
Day Phone 47
When the Hour Glass of
Time Runs ItslCourse
There Is no sympatar so faelpfal to a
family that is bereaved as that of trro
friends and no help so reassuring as
that of the stood funeral director. Act Acting:
ing: Acting: in your stead, he understands that
fee must act in your spirit, perfonniajr
eacb task with the revercsos and ten tenderness
derness tenderness iritb which your own hands
would perform it if they could. Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy which eannot be gracefully con
veyed fty words Is revealed througii his
acts of service' which bring: the com
forting- assurance that every attention
has been given with tbousratfulnsso
CEO. MACKAY & C0E1PANY
G. B. Overton, Directoi
Howell & Monroe Big Auction Sale! Howell & Monroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a.m. 2t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
YouTl like it. tf'
Sweet mSk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY. MAY 22, 1922
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 lo
Send Ihis Class of Work
Ool ol Town
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
Needham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
Everybody we talk
to about it agrees with
us that it's good busi business:
ness: business: To diagnose battery
. troubles as carefully
as a doctor diagnoses
To advise and make re repairs
pairs repairs only when we
know repairs will pay.
To recommend the pur purchase
chase purchase of a new battery
only when repairs on
the old one would not
be a good investment.
To speak frankly, plain plainly,
ly, plainly, and with a thought
of the best interests of
the battery owner
whether his is a Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard Battery or not.
PICNIC AT COOTER POND
A big political picnic and barbecue
will be held at Cooter Pond next
Thursday. There will be a baseball
game, plenty to eat and speaking by
the candidates. Everybody is invited.
We have the STATIONERY FOR a
GENTLEMAN, packed in 250 sheets
and envelopes. THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Best story ever itriiitn by
ELEANOR H. PORTER
I wai seventeen. If I remember right rightly,
ly, rightly, when I became worried, net over
my heavenly estate now, but my earth earthly
ly earthly one. I mnit hiret career, of
course. No namby-pamby everyday liv living
ing living of dishes and dusting and meals
and babies for me. It was all very
well, of course, for some people. Such
things had to be. But. for me
I could write, of course, but I was
not sure but that I preferred the stage.
At the same time there was within me
a deep stirring as of a call to go out
a,nd enlighten the world, especially
that portion ef it in darkest Africa or
deadliest India- I would be a mission missionary.
ary. missionary. Before I was eighteen, however, I
had abandoned all this. Father put
his foot down hard on the missionary
project, and Mother put hers down on
the stage idea. I didn't mind so much,
though, as I remember, for on further
study and consideration, I found that
flowers and applause were not all of
an actor's life, and that Africa and
India were not entirely desirable as a
place of residence for a young woman
alone. Besides, I had decided by then
that I eould enlighten the world just
as effectually (and much more com comfortably)
fortably) comfortably) by writing stories at home
and getting them printed.
So I wrote stories but I did not get
any of them printed in spite of my earn earnest
est earnest efforts. In time, therefore, that idea,
also, was abandoned; and with it, re regretfully,
gretfully, regretfully, the idea of enlightening the
world at all.
Besides, I had Just then (again if I
remember rightfully) fallen in love.
Not that it was the first time. Oh,
ne, not at eighteen, when at thirteen
I had begun confidently and happily to
look for it What a sentimental little
piece I was! How could they have
been so patient with me Father,
I think the first real attack the
first that I consciously called love,
myself was the winter after we had
all come back to Andersonville to live.
I was sixteen and in the high school.
It was Paul Mayhew yes, the same
Paul Mayhew that had defied his
mother and sister and walked home
with me one night and invited me to
go for an automobile ride, only to be
sent sharply about his business by my
stern, inexorable Aunt Jane. Paul was
in the senior class now, and the hand handsomest,
somest, handsomest, most admired boy in school.
He didn't care for girls. That is, hf
said he didn't. He bore himself with
a supreme indifference that was mad maddening,
dening, maddening, and that took (apparently)
no notice of the fact that every girl In
school was a willing slave to the mere
nodding of his head or the beckoning
ef his hand.
This was the condition of things
when I entered school that fall, -and
perhaps for a week thereafter Then
one day, very suddenly, and without
apparent reason, he awoke to the fact
of my existence. Candy, flowers, books
some one of these he brought to me
every morning. All during the school
day he was ray devoted gallant, danc dancing
ing dancing attendance every possible minute
outside of session hours, and walking
home with me In the afternoon,
proudly carrying my books. Did I say
"home with me"? That is not strictly
true he always stopped Just one
block short of "home one block
All During the School Day He Was My
short of my gate. He evidently had
not forgotten Aunt jane, and did not
Intend to take any foolish risks! So
he said srood-by to me always at a
This went on for perhaps a week.
Then he asked me to attend a school
sleigh-ride and supper with him.
I was wild with delight. At the
same time I was wild with apprehen apprehen-1ad
1ad apprehen-1ad T awoke suddejklz is the tact
or tee existence of Father and" Mother,
and that their permission must be
gained. And I had my doubts I had
very grave doubts. Yet It seemed to
me at that moment that I just had to
go on that sleigh-ride. That it was
the only thing in the whole wide world
. I can remember now, as If it were
yesterday, the way I debated in my
mind as to whether I should ask
Father, Mother, "or both together; and
if I should let it be seen how greatly
I desired to go, and how much it meant
to me; or if I should just mention it
as in passing, and take their permis permission
sion permission practically for granted.
I chose the latter course, and I took
a time when they were both together.
At the breakfast table I mentioned
casually-that the school was to have
a sleigh-ride and supper the next Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon and evening, and that
Paul Mayhew had asked me to go with
A sleigh-ride, supper, and not
come, home until evening?" : cried
Mother. "And with whom, did you
"Paul Mayhew," I answered. I still
tried to' speak casually; at the same
time I tried to indicate by voice and
manner something of the great honor
that had been bestowed upon their
v Father was impressed plainly in in-pressed
pressed in-pressed ; but not a. all in the way I
had hoped he would be. He gave me
a swift, sharp glance ; then looked
straight at Mother.
"Humph! Paul Mayhew! Yes, I
know him," he said grimly. -"And I'm
dreading the time when he comes Into
college next year."
"You mean" Mother hesitated and
"I mean I don't like the company
he keeps already," nodded Father.
"Then you don't think that Mary
Marie Mother hesitated again, and
glanced at me.
"Certainly not," said Father de decidedly.
cidedly. decidedly. I knew then, of course, that he
meant I couldn't go on the sleigh ride,
even though he hadn't said the words
right out. I forgot all about being
casual and Indifferent and matter-of-course
then. I 'thought only of show showing
ing showing them how absolutely necessary It
was for them to let me go on that
sleigh ride, unless they wanted ray
life forevermore hopelessly blighted.
I explained carefully how he wai
the handsomest, most popular boy in
school, and how all the girls were Just
crazy to be asked to go anywhere
with him ; and I argued what if Fath Father
er Father had seen him with boys he did not
like then that was all the more rea reason
son reason why nice girls like me, when he
asked them, should go with him, so as
to keep him away from bad boys. And
I reminded them again that he was
the very handsomest, most popular
boy in school; and that there wasn't
a girl I knew who wouldn't be crazy
to be in my shoes.
Then T stopped, all out of breath.
and I can imagine just how pleading
and palpitating I looked.
I thought Father was going to re refuse
fuse refuse right away, but I saw the glance
that Mother threw him the glance
that said, "Let me attend to this,
dear." I'd seen that glance before,
several times, and I knew just what
it meant ; so I wasn't surprised to see
Father shrug his shoulders and turn j
away as Mother said to me :
"Very well, dear. Ill think It over ;
and let you know tonight"
But I was surprised that night to j
have Mother say I could go, for Ti
about given up hope, after all that
taiK ai ine oreaaiast taoie. ana sae
said something else that surprised me.
too. She said she'd like to know Paul
Mayhew herself ; that she always I
wanted to know the friends ef her
little, girl. And she told me to ask.
him to call the next evening and play
checkers or chess with me.
Happy? I could scarcely contain
myself for joy. And when the next j
evening came, bringing Paul, and
Mother, all prettily dressed as if he
were really, truly company, came into
the room and talked so beautifully te
him. I was even more entranced. Te
be sure, it did bother me a little that
Paul laughed so much, and so loudly,
and that he couldnt seem te find any
thing to talk about only himself, and
what he was doing, and what he was
going to do. Some way; he had never
seemed like that at school. And I
was afraid Mother wouldn't like that
All the evening I was watching and
listening with her eyes and her ears
everything he did, everything he said.
I so wanted Mother to like him I I so
wanted Mother to see how really .fine
and splendid and noble he was. But
that evening Why couldn't he stop
talking about the prizes he'd won,
and the big racing car he'd just or ordered
dered ordered for next summer? There was
nothing fine and splendid and noble
about that And were his finger nails
always so dirty?
Why. Mother' would think
Mother did not stay In the room all
the time; but she was In more or less
often to watch the game; and at half half-past
past half-past nine she brought in some little
cakes and lemonade as a surprise. I
thought it was lovely; but I could
have shaken Paul when he pretended
to be afraid of it. and asked Mother
If there was a stick In it
The idea Mother 1 A stick!
Dancing at Silver Springs every
Thursday evening. Davis' orchestra
will furnish the music.
' W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat Office over 5 and 10 cent store..
Ocala, Fla. tf
USED CAB BARGAINS
One-ton Ford truck in grst class
Maxwell touring car with Bosch
Saxon six-cylinder roadster, $250.
- Overland truck, $275.
-Maxwell touring car, $200.
'. Cole eight-cyinder car, $300.
; Reo 5-passenger touring car, $300.
, Reo Speed Wagon, f 500.
Mitchell six-cylinder touring car,
$550. B. F. CONDON,
17-6t Phone 129.
1 When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life," let me stow you the prepo prepositions
sitions prepositions 'offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
Elgin wrist watches at all prices.
THE BOOK SHOP. 19-31
tT Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
You'll like it tf
a Better H?rice $ IQ.9
for the 30 x 3V2 size "Usco"
created something of a sen sen-sation.
sation. sen-sation. Naturally, the first
impulsive remark was on the "wonder "wonderful
ful "wonderful price."
Even more to the point are the com comments
ments comments of today.
People are getting more used to the
$10.90 price but the "Usco" value is
still a cause for wonder.
With thousands of $10.90 "Uscos" run running
ning running today, every locality has had a chance
to check up on the surprising tire value.'
Let all these "Usco" Tires now
1 serving their owners so well re
mind you of this-
Whatever the price of
"Usco," it has got tode tode-liver
liver tode-liver big value because
it has always done so.
ere feod Tires
Taste is a matter of
We sate It as our honect
belief that the tobaccoi used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
IJggttt & lifers Ttbacco Cf.
20 for I
10 f of Cy,
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Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
low mark of $10.90
Unhed.States O Rubber Company
TV Oldest and
TV. knndrsd and
World tkirty-fv Branckn
Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla. Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale, Fla.
Nelson & Company, Belleview, Fla. TucKer & Simmons, Ocala, Fla.
Ramey & Company, Citra, Fla. Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla.
Dunnellon Supply Co, Dunnellon, Fla.W. W. Yongue, Oklawaha, Fla.
Florida Tire Company, Dunnellon, Fla. C. Turnipseed, Mcintosh, Fla,
Kumbak Service Station. Ocala, Fla.
mr mm mwmn
of Turkish and Domestic tobcLCCOShlaidzd
v?' r if
Reserved for You
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 beat
at ... -;
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
T1 1 Tl
OCALA EVENING STAB. MONDAY, MAT 22, 1922
(RATES under this heading are .aa
follows: Maximum of iix Hnea one time
. 25c; three time 0c; six times Sc; one
month 3.0u. All accounts payable la
advaace except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED Milk cow, giving milk for
feed. Good care and plenty of feed.
Box 81, Citra, Fla. 22-3t
FOR RENT Two or three rooms fur furnished
nished furnished for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply 212 Orange Ave. 22-tf
FOR SALE Three SEWING MA MACHINES
CHINES MACHINES and other slightly used
FURNITURE. See Max Fishel
Tuesdays to Fridays. 12-12t
WANTED Refined elderly women to
keep house for one adult. Good
home. Inquire 8 W. Broadway. 20-tf
FO RRENT A house, also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs. Emily
Green, 605 Oklawaha avenue, phone
LOST Three White Lewellyn setters.
One has. black ears and blazed face;
two have smal black spot at root of
tail. Notify J. B. Christie at Chero Chero-Cola
Cola Chero-Cola Bottling Works, and receive
WANTED Board and room for. two
adults and child in private family;
close in. Apply to the Star office; 3t
PROPERTY OWNERS Having lived
for three years in Florida, I have
numerous inquiries from my friends
for orange groves, farms, pecan
groves, grazing, timber and truck
lands, farm properties, etc. Would
like to hear direct from owners. J.
T. Blackley, 822 South Wabash
Ave., Chicago, 111. 18-2t
FOR SALE Ford worm drive' truck
in first class condition; four good
tires. A bargain if sold at once. L.
E. Cordrey. 20 East Henry St. 18-6t
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. Joe Needham of Jacksonville
spent the week-end in Ocala.
Mr. Melville Little left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a short visit with his sister,
2.1rs. C. W. Long, at Trenton.
The friends of Mrs. J: C- Smith will
be sorry to hear that she is sick at
her home on Ninth street.
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c and 50c packages and $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
Fashion Park, clothes are made for
the man who cares. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. 1 Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
Miss Juliette Ward, who has been
in the hosiptal, is now able to be out
and has gone to Kendrick to recuperate.
THE FELLOWSHIP PICNIC
While making your plans to attend
the different political meetings and
picnics that will be held during the
next two weeks, don't forget to in include
clude include the Fellowship picnic on your
list. Every one is cordially invited to
attend. There will be plenty to eat
for every one -and entertainment will
also be furnished in the form of a ball
game. The speaking will begin at 10
o'clock and some state candidates are
TINNERS, PLUMBERS AND
SHEET METAL WORKERS
We are prepared to do all kinds of
plumbing, tin roofing, guttering and
radiator repairing and roof painting.
Office phone 335; residence phone 579.
DURAND & MRASEK,
17-6t 210 S. Osceola St.
THE CARNIVAL WAS
A GREAT SUCCESS
The benefit carnival for the hospital
and legion, which was held Friday and
Saturday, was a decided success. The
total sum -realized was $626.74. The
three main departments divided hon honors
ors honors as follows:
The Auxiliary, which had the grab grab-bag,
bag, grab-bag, candy wheel, tea room and for fortune
tune fortune teller, took in $249; the Hospital
Auxiliary, which had charge of the
cat alley, living skeleton, ice cream,
lemonade, punch, coca-cola and vaude vaudeville,
ville, vaudeville, $237.33; Legion concession, Zola,
for men only, and the minstrel,
The Legion Auxiliary wishes to
thank especially those who contribut contributed
ed contributed to the grab-bag and those who fur furnished
nished furnished coffee for the tea rociu.
Congressman Frank Clark will ad address
dress address the people of Ocala on Tuesday
evening, May 30th, from the band
Mr. B. F. Condon returned Saturday
from a, short stay in Miami. Mrs.
Condon who accompanied him to Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, will remain there for some time
longer, the guest of relatives.
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
LOST On the street in Ocala May 12,
a small diary, 1922. Finder please
mail to C. R. Buck, 615 Grand Ave.,
Rochester, N. Y., and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 5-16-6t
BARGAINS, BARGAINS One Buick
Roadster, Buick 5-passenger Tour Touring,
ing, Touring, Willis-Knight five-passenger
touring. All in good condition.
Take a look at these. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., phone 8, Ocala,
We keep the best Florida and West Western
ern Western Meats all the 'time, fresh and
clean. Eagle Grocery and Meat Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 74. 19-8t
Howell & Munroe. Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
Mrs. Stephen Jewett and two at attractive
tractive attractive little daughters have return returned
ed returned to their home in Savannah after a
six weeks stay in Ocala with Mrs.
Jewett's parents, Mr., and Mrs. B. A.
WANTED White laborers for "crate
mill and colored laborers for saw
mill. Arlo Box Co., Oak. 13-6t
FOR SALE Fiva fresh milk cows and
two nice Jersey heifers. See C. A.
Holloway, or phone 378 at noon. 61tf
Florida Glass and Novelty Works,
218 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville,
WANTED Distributors and sub-dis
tributors for PEN-JEL, a wonderful
new product that "makes the Jelly
Jell" and never fails. Should be in
every home and farm in your com community
munity community in time for housewives to
- make jellies, jams and marmalades
during the fruit season. PEN-JEL
will make jelly in 5 to 8 minutes of
all fruits and of fruits that were
never before made intopuwe jelly,
such as cherries, strawberries, pino
apple and rhubarb. One package
makes four glasses. Send 15' cents
for sample and all details, including
terms, prices and literature. Saves
time, money, fuel and labor. Will
make jelly of pure water or with
water and any flavoring extract or
of any kind a fruit juice or from
parings, in season or out. A BIG
MONEY MAKER. Pennsylvania
Sugar Co., 135 South Second St.,
Pen-Jel Dept., Philadelphia, Penn. It
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more coles of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co. Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
The Union Sunday school in North
Ocala will hold an ice cream supper
'under the oaks" on Friday evening,
May 26th, at 7:30. Members and
friends of the school are invited to be
There will be a meeting of the
Women's Christian Temperance Union
at the residence of Mrs. G. B. Over Overton
ton Overton on East Fifth street Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3:30.' A good attendance is
Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, bishop of
the southern district of Florida, will
arrive in Ocala Saturday for his an annual
nual annual visit to Grace Episcopal church.
During his stay here he will be the
guest of Rev. and Mrs: J. J. Neigh Neighbour,
bour, Neighbour, at the rectory. Bishop Mann
will preach at the morning service on
Sunday, after which he will hold a
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPE
WRITERS. Please ask to see one at
THE BOOK SHOP. 18-3t
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
The Business men's Sunday school
class of the Methodist church will
have a fish dinner Thursday at the
Bonita Fishing Club. While the whole
class will not be able to attend it is
thought that at least twenty-five will
be on hand. They will be "chaperoned"
to the club's home on Withlacoochee
Bay on the gulf by Mr. H. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, who is an enthusiastic member of
both the Sunday school class and the
Parties having milk tickets can
have them redeemed at the creamery.
Kindly phone us to call for any of our
bottles or ice cream tubs you have.
Yo uwill find our milk at the five U U-Serves
Serves U-Serves tores at any time and always
fresh. Marion County Creamery
Stationery makes a beautiful Gift Gift-We
We Gift-We have some new styles at THE
BOOK SHOP. 18-3t
Mimeograph work and typewriting
promptly and accurately done by
Rhoda Rhody, public stenographer, at
room 5, Holder building, Ocala. Phone
for messenger boys. Errands run, mes
sages and small packages delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city for 10 cents.
Fashion's newest creations in So Society
ciety Society Brand clothes. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 17-tf
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
Sliced Wilson and Swift Hams at
the Eagle Grocery and Meat Market.
Phone 74. 19-8t
Dancing at Silver Springs every
Thursday evening. Davis' orchestra
will furnish the music. 18-3t
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. "!' 18-tf
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Wednesday, May 24,
10 a', m. 2t
k-Draugtt, Long in Successful
Use. Praised by an Arkansas
Mother, "Soon Does
JTinr.aduke, Ark. Speaking of
Thou ford's Black-Draught which from
a'.(? use in her household has become
regarded as "the family medicine,".
!.:. Mary E. Hill, of Route 1, this
When tho children get bilious, I
Sire them a couple of good doses, and
TFVr. we have sour stomach, headache,
;r i ly xiver or stomach trouble, we
use Black-Draught. It is an easy laxa laxative,
tive, laxative, and soon does the work. I cer certainly
tainly certainly think It Is one of the best rem rem-cilias
cilias rem-cilias made."
!ack-Draught acts on the Jaded
liver, gently, but positively, and helps
It in Its important function of throw throw-out
out throw-out waste materials and poisons
ficm the system.
la thousands of households Black Black-.Daugkt
.Daugkt Black-.Daugkt is kept handy for immediate
u?e in time of need. Prompt treatment
eft ?a is half the battle, and will often
prevent slight ills from developing in
.- :;AHrms troubles.
Its well-established merit, during 1
mere than 70 years of successful use,
rtiould convince you of the helpful
tffect3 obtainable by taking Black Black-lirausht
lirausht Black-lirausht for liver and stomach' dis disorders.
orders. disorders. Get a package today, and
keep it in your house. See that
the rackage bears the words,
Tbedi'ord's Black-Draught" NC-14T
IF EE El'
For a limited time only we are giv giving,
ing, giving, absolutely free, with each: regular
Vacuum Cup Tire purchased,
One "Ton-Tested Tulie
of corresponding size
The extra thickness of the Vaennm Cup
Tread plus the extra plies of highest
quality fabric and the good-measure
tread of hundreds of sturdy, nonskid
Vacuum Cups, makes Vacuum Cup
Tires, at prevailing' prices, the big biggest
gest biggest value on the market.
Come in and get a copy of the latest
price schedule you will be agree agreeably
ably agreeably surprised. Get your season's
tire equipment today and a tree tube
with every tire purchased.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
PACIFIC MUTUAL MULTIPLE
Permanent Total Disability,
H. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
Qesa e etter you care 'or
r!?your eyes tne Dener
J Cjt" .your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
C. V. Roberts & Co.
' Motor Equipmeat
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway "'
AND BUILDER V
Careful estimates made on ail con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Don Rey, "that good cigar." 19-10t
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Turner of Sparr
are among the visitors in the city to today.
day. today. Mrs. Turner is a candidate for
the office of supervisor of registration
and says her campaign is progressing
in such a manner as to make her more
confident each day of 'her success on
RED CROSS SHOES
The latest arrival, the best for style
and comfort. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 17tf
Mrs. Elizabeth Nix, who has been in
the hospital for some time, is now
rapidly recovering and left yesterday
for Jesup, Ga. Her. son, Mr. E. J. Nix,
arrived Saturday and accompanied his
mother to Georgia. Since leaving the
hospital last week Mrs. Nix has been
the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Gates.
Some new and desirable, things in
SILVER at THE BOOK SHOP. 18-3t
Howell & Munroe Big Auction Sale
takes place next Vednesday, May 24,
10 a. m. 2t
Some new wrist watches at THE
BOOK SHOP. 19-3t
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I ajar Wl
1 1 '(! 3wwaK?-?
win m.-l.- m A--ar n -i i I'rm in r in
A $50.00 RINGSIDE SEAT FOR 50 GENTS
THE MOST MARVELOUS SPORTING EVENT IN HISTORY. N0VV ,r0 BE SEEN FOR THE FIRST
TIME JERSEY CITY AND "BOYLES" THIRTY ACRES BROUGHT TO YOUR CITY.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO SEE IT.
CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING CONTEST
EVERY BLOW STRUCK"1 SME 15 lrMU-
YOU WERE IN A $50.00 SEAT AT JERSEY CITY.
THE WHIRLWIND SECOND ROUND WHEN THE CHAM-
PIONSHIP NEARLY LEFT AMERICA.
THE LIFE OF BOTH CONTESTANTS AND THE SECRETS
OF THEIR TRAINING CAMPS.
THEIR PRIVATE TRAINING STUNTS AND THE DIFFER,
ENCES IN THEIR METHODS.
CAR PEN TIER 'THE WONDER MAN' AND DEMPSEY THE
MAN KILLER' AS THE PUBLIC NEVER SA W THEM.
THE BIGGEST CROWD EVER GATHERED TOGETHER
90,000 PEOPLE; $1,600,000.
HOW THE TREMENDOUS CROWD WAS PERFECTLY
AND SYSTEMATICALLY HANDLED WITHOUT AN AC ACCIDENT.
CIDENT. ACCIDENT. ;
THE MANY NOTABLES PRESENT FROM ALL OVER
THE RESULT OF 20 CAMERAS AND THE SLOW -MO
SEE THE MUCH DISCUSSED FINAL "KNOCKOUT" PUNCH AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF AND SEE WHERE IT LANDED. FIVE REELS
OF TREMENDOUS INTEREST AND TERRIFICJACTING.
MAY 22 and 23
MATINEE AND NIGHT
FOR THIS EXTRAORDINARY