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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Severe hurricane in gulf off southwest coast of Florida; dangerous easterly and shifting winds.
TEMPESATUSES This morning, 70; this afternoon, 70.
OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 11)21
NO. 231
VOL.27
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Affecting to be Shocked by Blanton'a
Language, He Seeks to Have the
Texan Expelled

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 25. Expulsion
from the House of Representatives
Blanton, democrat, of Texas, was call called
ed called for in a resolution introduced to today
day today by Moniiell, republican. Ground
for the move to expell was the publi publication
cation publication in the Congressional Record by
Blanton of matter characterized by
some House members as obscene.
ARMISTICE DAY THE MORE DI DI-PORTANT
PORTANT DI-PORTANT Postponement of the opening meet meeting
ing meeting of the international conference on
armament and far eastern affairs tin-

til the morning of November 12 was

estimated as probable today by high

officials. The opening may be post

Woned on account of the Armistice

Day celebration here and the celebra

tion and burial of America's unknown

soldier.
NO CHANGE IN INCOME TAX
Normal tax rates of. four per cent
on the first $4000 of income and eight
pfer cent on all over that amount
were approved today by the Senate
without a record vote. These are the
rates now in force. y

Florida Peninsula Shakes from Shore (Mr. Harding Left Washington for a Opinion is Expressed at Sinn Fein Highest Estimate of the Loot Carried

ci, ti, VnAer Yxerc Four Days' Visit to Dixieland Headquarters that the Conference I Off in New York in Last Night's

mjmm LJIIVI M. Vmwm J

Poundine of Wind and Rain I This Morning

in London Will Go On

Daring Holdup

(Associated Press)

Washington, Oct. 25. Reports to

(Associated Press) .1 (Associated Press) I (Associated Press)

Washington, Oct. 25. President London, uct. 24. The -view was ex- j rew roric, uct. zo The three Dan-

the weather bureau early today show- Harding left Washington this morn- pressed at Sin Fein headquarters to- dits who held up a mail truck on lower
ed the eulf hurricane approaching ing on a special train for a four-day day that the crisis in the Irish con- Broadway last night, escaping with

the west coast of Florida near Tam-l trip through tne soutn, ms nrsi visu uerence was yer ior me pruu iV "-"ca Ui rcgisicrcu juu,

since his inauguration. I oemg sougni toaay. umciais say wey

On account of the constant inter-1 are unable to fixed the value of the

pa in a northeasterly direction. High

winds were reported from Cedar

Keys during the night, and severe

gales over the entire peninsula with

high tides on the west coast south of

Cedar Keys are predicted for this

afternoon and tonight. Hurricane
warnings will remain up on the west

coast from Key West to Apalachicola

A statement issued by the bureau
said: "It is yet too early to say when
or in what direction the disturbance

would pass to sea but gales along
the coast as, far north as Hatteras
and general rains throughout the

south Atlantic states during the next

thirty-six hours are predicted."

CHURCHES MAY FILL

ruptions, caused by the wind fouling stolen mail, which originated in Wall

THEIR SECTIONAL CHASM the electric current wires, the Star is

obliged to cut its typesetting short

today.

Definite Plans for Reuniting Northern

and Southern Methodists Will be
Made at Detroit

O. H. S. BOYS GETTING

READY FOR D ELAND GAME

street. One inspector, however, is
reported to have told detectives that
the pouches contained about one mill million
ion million dollars in money and negotiable
papers. Other estimates fixed the
value at $100,000.

(Associated Press)

Detroit, Oct. 25. A definite plan

SEVERELY SHOCKED

CASH SPECIALS

Our cash sipecials for last week will
be continued through this week. ;
25-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Sherouse of Oak, will sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with them in the loss of their
little infant son, who died this morn morning
ing morning at four o'clock. The services
will take place at the residence to

morrow mornine at 10 o'clock. -The

remains will be carried) through the

country to Eeddick and interment

will be made in Millwood. Sam R

Pyles & Company have charge of the

arrangements.

HALLOWE'EN Decorations at the

BOOK SHOP. 25-3t

Mr. W. W. Condon expects to leave
the latter part of the week on his

holiday purchasing trip. Mr. Condon

has a notebook full of memoranda of

useful and beautiful things to buy.

Already new goods are arriving ev

ery day. The Book Shop is always a
treasure store of beautiful things and

Mr. Condon expects to increase his

stock considerably on this trip.
Try our jelly rolls, poppy seed rools
and cinnamon rolls once and youH
want no others. Federal Bakery. 6t

With two victories to its credit,

. J.1 O Al 1 VT.li I m .1 11 a V

6 w. mi ". Mrs. J. II. Good received a severe
ern Methodist Episcopai churches will BChool is putting in some hard prac- Lwric shock esrlv this morning, at

be made here immediately preceding tice this week. Next Saturday the til. Arn,a Hon. m. h Wn

the world conference of the Methodist boys journey to DeLand to play the L front -j. had w.

Episcopal church that opens Novem- strong high school team of that city. J tom3 of ner wet when she at-
ber 14th. It was announced today The boys are going to have to payL,mT,t-1 in hl yxtrht nn tna

WILL BE WORSE BEFORE IT IS that a commission on Methodist unifi- j their own expenses to DeLand. and I back porch. The socket was shorted

"uulu I 13 UUVCU lOUXy CUUUKU UUUUIi-euUJWU I mjr I iri tnnlr V,Ir aYim

map out a program for that purpose. men will donate their cars to carry I pnrriTl1pfpH thp (mM1TV, rWcnit th he.

x Tj. 1 1 U V-I

Believes that by Bringing Opposing
Factions Together Again, It Can
Avert the Railroad Strike

BETTER

Jacksonville, Oct. 25

-Wireless re-

the team. It has always been the wet ghoes onthe et floor gocket
boast of Ocala that she stands be- ,;. flaTT10 ;nt ,pr.,nn and Rh wm

ports to St. Augustine from Key West j C0UNTY JUDGE GIVES THE

, tr" 1Va:A WANDERERS A FAIR CHANCE hind her athletic teams, winning or nnable to release it. but succeeded in

nan Drevailcu uicic biiilc uumugun . v .. i I
ad the weather breau here said the lJT f "i T ?! I..to

e v v,0 in oaiuruay uiguk puiiws uttt(, 6uv. """ the ceUme. Mrs. Good leu to the

cucti, ux iuc a v-v l i. i i iv. j I j :ii I ...

resxea seven nouoes at uue uepuw ca.uu wu uuc ut wic 0,u flnor and was unconscious lor a lew

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Oct. 25. Railroad execu executives
tives executives met here today and leaders of
the brotherhoods in Cleveland in final
conferences before their joint appear appearance
ance appearance at the railroad labor board to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, which the board hopes will
lead to a peaceful settlement of the
strike.
STUMBLING BLOCK SUPPLIED
BY STONE
Cleveland, Oct. 25. Stone today
corroborated reports that he had -advised
the chairmen of the engineers
that they need not respond to the ci citation
tation citation of the railroad labor board to
appear before the board in Chicago to

morrow.

BARTON EXPECTS THEM
Chicago, Oct. 25 Judge Barton of

the labor board, today telegraphed

the heads of the four brotherhoods

and switchmen's union reiterating his

previous announcement that all gen general
eral general chairman would be expected to
attend the hearing starting here tomorrow.

central and north Florida by this aft

ernoon or

high velocity

state are expected.

Wire communications to many

Doints on the lower east coast were

crippled today but meager reports in

dicate there was little damage any anywhere.
where. anywhere. Telephone communication on

the Pinellas peninsula and below
Tampa was severed during the night

but the commercial wires were work

ing; up to late this forenoon.

WIND PLAYING HAVOC WITH

THE WIRES

tonfeht No winds of such when the niht freiehts on e Sea" to DeLand Saturday kindly call phone minutea but feels no bad effects now
:ity in the interior of the board came in Sbc of tbese men 678- 111036 who go with the team with the exception of a burned hand.

were neaaea soutn ana me otner one eaiuraay may wen iook. iorwara w

was on his way north. The seven seeing an Ocala victory, for this

men were brought before Judge L. E. year's team is the best the school has

Futch yesterday afternoon and 5 all ever put out and it gets better as the

pled guilty to the charge of hoboing, season progresses. Don't forget, if

but each one asked the judge to let you have a car you can take to De-

him talk a little in his own defense. Land Saturday, call 578.

L. E. and T. D. Debeau said that

they were brothers who had formerly Mrs. A. M. Withers will be hostess

lived in Detroit. Their present home to the A. Club, which she will, enter

IMMENSE DAMAGE BY RATS.
As an agent of destruction and a
fisxrler of diseases, the rat Is classed
among man's most dangerous enemy.
'Estimates show that rats cost this
country more than $1,000,000,000 ev every
ery every year. This is a staggering sum,
considerable of which would be saved

is Tampa but they had been north all tain Wednesday evening at her home if people would only make a deter-

summer, working. Their jobs north on Fort King.

Dlaved out and they were headed

All wires to St. Petersburg were back to Tampa, where their wives are, The Huns talk as tf they had

lost and press wires to Tampa inter- in order that they might obtain work Monopoly on the wHVcgness to leave

rupted.

CASH SPECIALS

Among the visitors in the city last
week were Dr. Nichols and bride, of
Ocala, who enjoyed a short visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Walker. Mrs.
'Nichols will be pleasantly remember remembered
ed remembered in Gainesville as Miss Sue Feaster
Moore and lis a cousin of Mrs. Wal Walker.
ker. Walker. Gainesville News.

that they heard was to be had there.

Neither had any money and they

were forced to beat their way after
lea vine Valdosta. Both these men

and Alderman are ex-service men.

Alderman i3 an ex-gob. He had
been in a hospital in Asheville and

was trying to reach his home in

has Tampa. He was discharged from the

tneJnavy Aug. 10, 1921. From his looics

Vl tuJlpital. He has tuberculosis and does

ir ci,a k o. hv not seem very strong. Hunsickle said

her daughter, Mfs. Donald Schreiber he was from Pennsylvania and was

and Mrs. Schreiber's little daughter,

Our cash specials .for., last 'week will

be continued through this week.
25-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.

Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson, who
been spending the summer in

the verdict on the war to history, but
they "haven't That's where It will
have to be left, anyhow, remarks In

dianapolis Star, and nobody is more

wining so to leave It there than the

people who fought the Huns.

According to recent dispatches there

is not enough room in Geneva both

for tourists and the League of Na

tions, and the leazue Is planning to

aove on. Tourists will regret losing effective manner of getting na oi inn
tke onnortunltv "to do the league- In pest Is by poison. Killing rats has

mined effort to get rid ot. these pests.
Some !of the larger cities are spending
thousands of, dollar to exterminate
the rat and the results are easily
seen in the decrease in deaths from
contagious diseases. That the rat Is
an. expensive boarder is shown by the
fact that a single rat cannot exist un under
der under at least a cent a day. That means

that every rat on your premises Is
costing you a cent every day. This
does not Include damage to buildings,
furniture, etc "Many solutions of the
rat question have already been' sug

gested, but perhaps the best and most

SLAU OTHER OF INNOCENTS. ;
Every year 20,000 children' under,
fourteen are killed by accident In the.
United States. The Red Gross has
been gathering the statistics and it
finds this appalling total. No other,
human being can know the grief which
fills the heart of a mother whose infant
has been snatched from her. The sum
of the suffering caused by the slaugh slaughter
ter slaughter of the innocents Is beyond compu computation,'
tation,' computation,' beyond understandable state statement.
ment. statement. There Is another way of looking
at this roster of meaningless sacrifice,
however. Every one of the 20,000 chil children
dren children accidentally killed Is a potentially
useful eitixen, a worker In Industry, in
commerce, in art, a great leader In pol

itics. In social betterment. Every one

of them is a possible defender of the
republic The vast, the overwhelming
majority of them would surely grow up
Into good and useful citizens. Their

parents feel the sorrow of their loss;
the whole country bears another bur burden
den burden Imposed by their death. Is it not
worth while for everybody to help save
them?"

as afternoon.

Charlotte. Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price and

four attractive children of Bostoa,

will meet them in Washington and

spend the winter in Ocala with Mrs.

Mills-Price's parents.

headed for Tampa, but had no excuse

for his conduct. M. L. Wysor is from

Tennessee and was headed to Tampa

in search of work. Wysor had been

been reduced to an exact science. Bat
poisons In the form of powders ase
almost as dangerous as the rats them

selves as the slightest draft may blow

"A Man to His Male."

Speaking of the dog that bites the

wnrt that fooda him. a Berlin dlsoatch

nn that German Reds favor an alii-1 the 'poison through the rooms and al-

worVino- un north but his iob had de- ance with Russian Reds to make war how It to settle in the food. The best

I method of administering poison to

OVl VVU w m

et Uncle Sam must look for his reward
lm heaven.

"A -Man to His Mate."

Among the well known Florida
women who are attending the Con Confederate
federate Confederate reunion at Chattanooga, is
Mrs. Annie W. Van Deman, who goes
as chaperone of the Florida Division,
Sons of Confederate Veterans. Mrs.
Van Deman has spent the summer in
Asheville and will return there at the
end of this week for another month's
stay, after, which she will come to
Ocala to spend the 'remainder of the
winter with her sister, Mrs. W. W.
Harriss.

support his family, so he was headed

scuth, where he thought he could find

work. J. M. Carlson was from In

diana and had the same excuse for
headine south. He left his wife in

rats Is In the form a paste.

On account of the inclement weath-

the children in all grades of the Ocala the north and was co south H that will

schools were dismissed at noon today, "y ana mase a mwe money w

her.

The key to success today has not

rn,. u, tci.t, KnrA arrlrnUl cnangea trom wnai n was uiu w

tore dalms to have discovered a-fer- huadred years ago. It still Is right

jftlnMng which has Its appucauon m

This is a Studebaker year.

"A Man to His Mate."

tf

For fresh meat call phone 103. Ma'n
Street Market. tf

: Try Federal Bakery sweets. 21-6t
Mr, Isaac Stevens, one of Ocala's
oldest citizims, is quite sick. His many
friends trust that his illness will be
of short duration and that he will
soon be out again.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Salt n jllet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
Miss Elizabeth Goff, who has been
the attractive guest of her cousin,
Miss Eloise Henry, expects to leave
Saturday for Jacksonville, where she
will visit for a short time before re returning
turning returning to her home at Spartanburg.

A Man to His Mate."

With th mark worth less than a
cent, the pfennig must be what scien scientists
tists scientists are breaking atoms into. Little
Rock Gazette.

"A Man to His Mate."

CASH SPECIALS

Miss Lillle Frost hasreturned home

from Tybee, Ga where she has been
the guest of her sister for the past

six months. Her friends will be glad

to know that she has entirely regain regained
ed regained her health.

A Man to His Mate."

Our casli specials for last week will

be continued through this week.
2S-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.

Business having "turned the cor corner"
ner" corner" is now wondering what will hap hap-rwn
rwn hap-rwn in tho next hlock.-Coston Shoe

land Leather Reporter. -

F. A. Cook, the northbound rider,

said he came south driving a car
and that his job played out on him in

Palm Beach. He had worked his way
back this far and was trying to get

to Jacksonville, where he thought he

could find work. The entire bunch
of boys had the appearance of being

working men in hard circumstances, h

Thev all have eood faces and are

just simply out of luck.

Judge Futch did not sentence any

of them but gave each one the oppor

tunity to write or wire some one in

his home town to send him a recom

mendation as to his character-

It is a sad state of affairs when a

man cannot secure work enough to
keep his family and has no money to
move elsewhere. These boys seemed
to be sincere in their stories and all

are hunting a place to work. They
had no money so they were forced to
attempt to beat their way. Several

o them testified that they had ridden
in cars with tourists whenever they

could.

All seven men are confined in the

ccunty jail until they can hear from

thrir lpttprs and teleerams home. It

is hoped that their friends will come

to their rescue with proof that they

have been law-abiding citizens.
"A Man to His Mate."

weeds at one and the same tune.

Onuldn't they 'get up an Improvement

tlat will also mow the lawn?

, The fact that Popocatepetl Is show-

lag signs of an eruption will move

many an old-timer to renew the effort

action that Is the result of the cor correct
rect correct decision. The truism that brains
are superior to brawn never needed
more emphasis Gian It does today.
The business man who thinks logi logically
cally logically makes unerring decisions, and

then has the courage of his convic

tions to act boldly on those decisions.

... r Ut a 4TI awm Tim1 anA

imM th mmm f that mountain in "ia"

..

attain his goal, it ne mngg aiong

the wrong lines. If his reasoning pow-

tie geography class.

A South Africa pioneer captured a
gorilla with his bare hands and
dragged the animal in chains to the
city, where he found a skilled surgeon
and insisted upon the transference of
certain glands after the Voroneff Idea.
As a result the hunter's waning eye eyesight
sight eyesight Is restored and he ean see for
miles. However, It Is said to be diffi difficult
cult difficult for the patient to restrain himself
from climbing trees and picking coco coconuts.
nuts. coconuts. After all, a gorilla Is not the
best sort of a household companion,
and too heavy a strain In the blood
would be apt to spoil a man for ther
path of refined civilisation. There can
be too much monkeying with the
monkeys. In gathering glands a pa patient
tient patient should be a discreet and careful
picker.

A thief who stole a 525,000 liberty er.U weak and his Judgment warped.

bpad sent it back to the owner with

the word that It was too big to be dis disposed
posed disposed of safely. Tip: Get your J100

bond converted into a $25,000 one.

his decisions will be Incorrect and the

result will be failure.

. The national forest reservation com commission
mission commission has recommended the acqui acquisition
sition acquisition of forest lands la Pennsylvania
and New York along the headwaters

"A Man to His Mate."

HALLOWFEN Decorations-at the

Another reason why we shall not fall
fr th new roelllns: Is. we had to work

too hard to get the old style right to of the Allegheny river, with a view to
surrender it for a simple system that lessening the danger -from the river
,nAinHt rsn master. floods at Pittsburg on the Ohio river.

This is tne nrsx move m. uie icuau

An inventor has Datented a device government toward extending its for-

whlch, he says, will prevent people estry operations Into Pennsylvania,
from becoming seasick. It Is said to and it Is hoped that It win be able
be Infallible If used on cross-country to make Important pnrchasesv says

Philadelphia Kecora. wim tne saw
and Uncle Sn co-operating In such

Since the million Chinese eggs were I matters the campaign for reforest-

Imported into this country, our native ioon ougni to mui rajsa euwj.

hna axe crobably doing a lot' of cack

ling about the yellow peril. The American seiors in uociss

gave the poor utue uerman cxuioren a

D'Annunzlo Is now writing a doox i real unnsxmas, wmca is uw aiwaa

ihnnt if which nrobabiy was his main I spirit, says General A Tim. If they

objective all the mtiie.

i .-- Party caps, invitations, favors, nap

kins, luncheon sets and decorations at

"A Man to His Mate."

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at ;

hadn't; how could they have enjoyed
Christmas themselves? asks Houston

Post You cant have Christmas with

out children.
-A Hxn to His XIatV

It Is given out that the America

people paid $3,000,000 last year to the
telegraph companies for the privilege,
of using the superflous word "please"

in their messages. But no one will say
that the money was really wasted.
The word Is seldom superfluous, It Is

a part of the courtesy that makes life
worth living, says Los Angeles Times.
If "please" and "thank you" were to
be mustered out of the grand army of
words In the business vocabulary of
the nation, this would bo a glum world,
indeed.

The mikado's son, the crown prince.
Is in the midst of a violent love tangle
with a pretty girl of the proletariat,
and he's going to take a trip around
the world to forget her. Nature never
counts a girl's money when distribut distributing
ing distributing beauty and other charms. That
measly Job is left to those who'clothe
her.

CASH SPECIALS

Our cash specials for last week will
be continued through this week.
25-3t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. OSe'
r,Vnr 511 two rir "3 1 residence

15-tr

i BOOK SHOP. 25-Sfc
THE BOOK SHOP. : 25-St

the City Fish Market. I

phone 151.

This is a Studebaker year. tf



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1821

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One of the most pertinacious pests
of Europe is Budapest.
Marshal Foch left France Saturday Saturday-embarking
embarking Saturday-embarking at Havre for America. His
ship is etpected in New York Satur Saturday
day Saturday or Sanday.
With three-fifths if not three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of the railroad workers refus refusing1
ing1 refusing1 to strike, the others will be wise
if they make it unanimous..
.s
France has broken the record. It
is the only nation that ever sent ten
thousand soldiers to protect one Am American
erican American family. ,

week each. Freight was landed on
wharves and docks all along the river
for about a sixth of the present rail railroad
road railroad rates, .When the railroad from
Jacksonville to Sanford was com complete,
plete, complete, people quit patronizing the
boats,' and the boats quit running. If
anything like the old traffic, on. the
St. Johns is resumed, and the people
of Ocala do not connect with it thru
the Oklawaha they will be a prize
set of boobs. :

T
and pleasing is f otmd everywhere,
The booklets are more than entertain- ?

ing; they are convincing, and will

draw new homeseekers and visitors t

to the state."

' The races for the America's cup off
New; York have deteriorated from
tests of seamanship to tests of me mechanics
chanics mechanics and boat builders. The Am American
erican American cup winner in the last few con contests
tests contests has been a boat built exclusively
for speed and too delicate to go out
in the open ocean and stand up under
a gale. Owing to the .fact that it
must cross the ocean, the British
challenger has always been a com comparatively
paratively comparatively stout Jboat, ;its. staunch staunchness,
ness, staunchness, however, counting ; against it in
the race. But the races between
American and Canadian fishing boats
off the Nova Scotia coast for the
North Atlantic cup are the real thing.
Wind is always strong and water
rough up there, and the racing vessels
and their crews generally drive thru
seas that the America's cup defender
would not dare to face.; The Ameri American
can American boat won the cup last year; this
year it was taken by the Canadian
contestant. The races being over, the
crews of the two staunch vessels will
take their boats and go back to earn,
a living on the roughest fishing
grounds in the world.

Any person who will invent a self self-.
. self-. snellinsr typewriter will save the tired

business man, from, the sin of much
cussing. i

, Diaz, the great Italian, whose gen generalship
eralship generalship brought, Austria to her knees
in the early autumn of 1918, is an another
other another distinguished visitor to Amer America.
ica. America. v

With Foch, Beatty, Diaz and other
distinguished soldiers and sailors of
the lately allied nations in attend attendance,
ance, attendance, the convention of the American
Legion in Kansas City will be a
super-interesting event. ;
, We anxiously await those disclo disclosures
sures disclosures about "interference" with the
O, V. that the Palatka News threat threatens
ens threatens to make. Does trying to make
the road pay its lawful taxes spell in interference
terference interference in .the News' dictionary?

ine 'Atlantic Uoast Line is some
hundreds of times more important
than the O. V. to Palatka. How the

Palatka 'News would condemn the
Coast Line if that big railway system

tried to dodge, payment of its taxes.

A dispatch to the Star from Jack

sonville a jfew days ago, saying that
there was good prospect that a
steamboat each way every day be between
tween between Jacksonville and Sanford

would soon be running on the St.

Johns, was a prophecy that we should

be glad to see fulfilled. The St. Johns
river is a great natural highway that
the people along its shores have too
long neglected. When we j came to
Florida several steamers were on
that run, and during the tourist sea

son three swift and handsome passen

ger boats made three round trips a

I

MICKIE SAYS

F A, MA,D A VOICE "feCT

COULD. BE HEARD FORTS

rAMJEfe, VJOOLDWT IT HELPVS (

TEU. FOLKS VJKAT NA. GOT

to fceuu? ; vjeo. sr., am ad

, OUR PAPER. V4VU. GIVE

n

- Secretary Louis H. Chazal of the
Marion County Board of Trade left

this afternoon f or White Springs to
attend the Georgia-Florida good roads
meeting at that place tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Arrangements have been
made by the Board of Trade to have

a strong committee go to White

Springs And then to Tallahassee to
confer with the governor and the

state road department in regard to

state road No. 2 and! this committee
planned to make the trip by automo automobile.
bile. automobile. The storm, however, has result resulted
ed resulted in a change of plans. The secre secretary
tary secretary of the Board of Trade will go
to White Springs and Tallahassee to

let the people along road No. 2 know

that Ocala and Marion county desire
to co-operate with them, even though

it will not be possible to have a
larger representation at the meetings.

A veteran railroad man, well known

to the Star's readers, expressed him

self as follows two or three days ago.
If a strike is ordered, he will go out

with the other men, but he doesn't
want and never did want a strike. He

i3 drawing good wages, and his wages
will be good, even with the ten per
cent cut. He cant afford to stop
work for his family needs the money
he earns. Like men in other callings,

who have done but one thing for
years, he does not know how to do

anything outside his railroad work.
He thinks the strike will fail, and if
it does he will not be able to get his
present job back, and probably no job

at all. At the least, he will be set
back to where he was ten years ago.
We daresay there are some hundreds
of thousands of railroad men in the
United States" who' share his sentiments.

PROTECT FISH AND GAME
OF MARION COUNTY

The attorney for the owners of the
Oklawaha Valley railroad has taken
an appeal to the state supreme court

from the order for the issuance of

receiver's certificates. This appeal,

of course, will not have any effect on

the issuance of the certificates, but
pending a decision, we understand
that purchasers of t the certificates
will buy them at their own risk.

tion of the game and fish of Marion
county attend the meeting in the
Board of Trade room Thursday night
at 8 o'clock for. the purpose of .organ .organizing
izing .organizing a game and fish protective as association.
sociation. association. Mr. C. IL Rogers will
have charge of the meeting, and it is
urged that the attendance be as large
as possible.

OIL STOVES

Refinished, re-wicked and put in
good condition. Cold weather is com coming.
ing. coming. Phone 350, Roberts & Spencer. 12t

. Phone 596 for fresh vegetables and
fruit, we have the following: Apples,
select and cooking, oranges, tange tangerines,
rines, tangerines, grapes, Persian limes, lemons,
cranberries, tomatoes, celery, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, beans, fresh dates and assorted
nuts. Free delivery. Fort King Con Confectionery.
fectionery. Confectionery. Phone 596. 24-2t
Goldenacre paper shell pecan nuts.
This year's crop now for sale. Leave
your orders at Gerig's Drug Store,
where samples can be seen, or drive
out to the grove and get yours. Two
sizes, 75c. "and 50c. per pound. 17-tf
New bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phone
19. 10-12-tf

Erin
I J LAO 11 O Ho

THE

liiraie I

(Eiy

Room 9, Gary Block

:

Says Times-Union Short Talks:

"Marion county and Ocala are most

attractively advertised in the new
booklet now being sent broadcast by

the Marion County Board of Trade.
The book of twenty-six pages, octavo

form, is issued with heavy covers, il illuminated
luminated illuminated in colors and showing two
semi-tropic scenes of real beauty.. The
title page introduces Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, and declares that it

is 'where the rich uplands and the
lake region meet.' In a pleasant,
conversational way the story of a
favored section of a wonderful state
is told, and some pages are entirely

given to photographic reproduction of

lakes and groves, highways and
meadows, fields of growing r crops,

beautiful homes, fine business struc structures,
tures, structures, industrial enterprises and so social
cial social and religious .- edifices. Within

the book is argument, without effort

to .show that Marion county has prac

tically anything and everything to

make for health, happiness and, pros

perity. From a most interesting pic

ture showing a large "flock of sheep,
grazing on oats early in Jamaary," to
views of the golf course ; from a
glimpse in, a cane patch, where the
stalks are twice the: height of a man

to a boating scene at Silver Springs,

"the largest springs in the world,'

the pages turn, and something new

Jackson County Fair, Mari-
anna, November 4 to 19.
Leon County Fair, Tallahas-
see, .November 22 to 26.
Alachua County Fair, Gaines-
ville, November 8 to 11.
Suwannee County Fair, Live
Oak, November 8 to 12.
Orange County Fair, Orlan-
dor February 14 to 19.
- Bradford County Fair, Lake
Butler, November 1 to 5.
St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,
January 24 to.27
Madison County Fair, Madi-
son, October 26 to 29.
Marion County Fair, Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
South Florida Fair, Tampa,
February 9 to 11.
Florida State Fair, Jackson-
ville, November 12 to 19.
Jefferson County Fair, Mon-
ticello, November 4 to 5.
Taylor County Fair, Perry,
November 1 to 5.
Columbia County Fair, Lake
City, November 1 to 5.
Georgia-Florida Fair, Val-
dosta, Ga., October 31 to No-

vember 5.

. Ar T A 1

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

e

i

NO NOT ONE-QUARTER j
She: Miss Antique says all men j

are liars.
He: What does she know about
men?
She: I told her she dldnt know
half the truth about 'em.
How He Got Her.
Ehe looked with favor on his suit.
For why should she evade it?
She was the tailor's daughter cute
And knew her father made it!
Cartoons Magazine.

A Rare Confession.

"Here's an Interesting contribution

to the literature of the day.
"What is Itr
The memoirs of a former pugilistic
champion."
"What makes his book extraor extraordinary'"
dinary'" extraordinary'" "lie acknowledges that he was
licked by a better man.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

7Z

v D .ft

ha right Lrvam mis

gnvtou veauty
io other car
So select and use only the
cream your skin demand.

'Lettuce Cream, for cleansing
Tissue Cream, for rough, dry
skin; Astringent Cream, for
oily skin; Acne Cream, for
blackheads; Motor Cream, for
protection; Foundation Cream -before
powder; Erasetor, f t)
wrinkles. '
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

Genuine Indigo
DENIM
Best quality, old-fashioned,
twilled "Denim' '-the honest,
long-wearing cloth "like they
used to make."
"PANAMA"
Overalls
Are first-class Union-made
garments for men and boys.
Sold under oar iron clad
guarantee. Ask your dealer.

Kahn Mfg. Co, Mobile, Ala. f

"Made To Make Good

J

's'2

I "Pf-i't- rintra cue.

cess with your
baking today and
failure tomorrow.
Have perfect eco economical
nomical economical results
every time you
bake you can do
it if you use

bakifjg powder

If it were not pure
most dependable
most economical,
it would net be the
world's biggest sell selling
ing selling brand today.
No human hands
ever touch Calumet
it-is made in the
largest and most
sanitary baking pow powder
der powder factories on
earth.

V CoarcMrsiia

s

at

nnmul nn of Calamet contains fall

lfioz. Some baking powders come in

sore you get a pound when you want it.

HALF ACEflTURY

Oklalioman Praises Black-Dranglit,

, Hayiiig Used It "Can Safely
u Say for 50 Years?'
Grandfield, Okla. One of the best
known farmers of Tilman County, Mr.
O. W. Tlsdale, who owns and manages
a wagon yard here, Bays :
"I have used Thedf ord's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I believe I can safely say for
fifty years.

"I was born and reared in Texas,
Freestone County, sixty-four years ago.
I hare been married forty-four years.
Mjfather used Black-Draught before I
was married, and gave it to us .
"For forty-four years of my married
life, It has had a place on our medi medicine
cine medicine shelf, and Is the only laxative, or
liver, medicine, we use. We use it
for torpid liver, sour stomach, head headache;
ache; headache; indigestion . I don't think we
could get along without it, knowing
what it has done for us, and the money
It has saved. It is Just as good and re reliable
liable reliable today as it was when we began
its use. My boys use it and they are
satisfied it's the best liver medicine
they have ever used.
Thedf ord's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, not disagreeable to take
and acts in a prompt and natural way.
So many thousands of persons have
been benefited by the -.se of Thedf ord's
Black-Draught,' you should have no
hesitancy la trying this valuable old
well-established remedy, for most liver
and stomach, disorders. NC-139D.

RAILROADS SCHEDULE
t i

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Ma.natee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 sm
2:55 am N'York-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 Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 m
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesdsiy, Thursday, Saturday.

LIKE GOING TO A FAIR

THERE'S something fascinating about a fair.
Things are always moving. Folks come from
near and far to see, to hear and to compare.
- But nobody would think of going to a fair every everyday.
day. everyday. It would take too much valuable time. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, there's a continuous substitute right in your
home, though you may not have realized it. For
this newspaper conducts a regular fair every day in
its advertising columns.
Here the merchants and makers of everything you
need or want display before you their most attractive
wares. You have only to choose at your ease what
you care most about before actually going to see the
products so displayed.
There's a world of information and interest in the
advertisements. The time and trouble they save
you are beyond calculation. Always feel you're
shopping when you read the advertisements. You'll
find the habit pleasant and profitable.

13



OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1S21

sash

DOOR

Goo. fkKayfl Co.
Ccala, Fia.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

Fifteen Years Experience-

::)&A?Tf-;:;
A',,' at the
QIALTO CAFE
Up-to-Dste Lcnch Counter
&nd Dining Room
GFETi DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
J0M METRIE
Proprietor
108 Sooth Magnolia St.

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, FlaY

SEE ME FOR
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
lly Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
"The Stucco Man"
Phone 29 212 Orange Ave.

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
FORD REPAIRING
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252

Oar SEEDS Like
Our DRUGS
Are Always Fresh and
Reliable
G. C. GREENE
Phone 435. Opposite
Postoffice.
OCALA - FLORIDA

ANNOUNCEMENT
Beginning Monday, October 24
we will have
FREE DELIVERY
, for cash only

Ft. 1 King Confectionery

L. b. Llason, Prop.

Phone in your order for fruit and
vegetables. PHONE 596

PLANT
range Trees
PINEAPPLE, PARSON
. BROWN, VALENCIA
LATE AND LUE GIM
GONG ORANGE AND
TANGERINE TREES
Two arid Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTIIANN NURSERY CO.
OCALA, FLA.

TO THE PUBLIC

I am ruaning two woodsaws. John
Hatchell and Arthur Willoughby are
operating them. See them or phone
868 and yoar wood will be cut on short
notice.
D. N. MATHEWS

1

isters

KATHLEEN
NORRIS

She restea Ifer oroom against the
thick trunk of the old banksia, and

i -ilk

wMw

"Yes, I'm Going Now!" He said.
rubbed her two hands together, and
came to the top of the steps to say
good-by. And standing there, under
the rose tree, she linked her arm about
It, looking up through the branches,
where the shabby foliage of last year
lingered.
"How fast it's grown since that
terrific pruning we gave it all that
long time ago!" she said.
"Little more than six years ago,
Cherry !" he reminded her.
"Only six years She was ob obviously
viously obviously amazed. "It doesn't seem pos possible
sible possible that all this has happened in six
years!" she exclaimed.
He did not answer. He' had hei
hand now for farewells, and perhaps,
with the thought of those short six

years had come also the thought that

this slender figure In the housewifely
blue linen, this exquisite little head,
so trim and demure despite all its

rebel tendrils of gold, this lovely face,
still the face of a child, with a child's
trusting, uplifted eyes, might have
been his. The old home might have
been their home, and perhaps who
knows, there might have been a new
Cherry and a new Peter beginning to
look eagerly out at life through the
screen of the old rose vine!
Too late now. A single instant of
those lost years might have brought
him all this, but there was not going
back. He put his arm about her, and
kissed her forehead, and said : "God
bless you, Cherry!"
"God bless you, dear!" she an answered
swered answered gravely. She watched the tall
figure, with Its little limp, and with
the dog leaping and circling about It

In ecstasy, until the redwoods closed
around him. Then she took up the
broom again, and slowly and thought thoughtfully
fully thoughtfully crossed the old porch, and shut
the door.
Peter, walking with long strides,
and with a furrowed brow and absent
eyes, crossed the village, and climbed
once more the eld trail that led up to
the cabin.
It was dusted, orderly, complete; he
and Alix might have left it yesterday.
Kow had seen him coming, he thought,
and had had time, to light the fire,
which was blazing freshly up to the
chimney's great "throat. He sat down,
staring at the flames.
Buck pushed open the swinging
door between the pantry and the sit sitting
ting sitting room, and came in, a question in
his bright eyes, his great plumy tall
beating the floor as he lay down at
Peter's side. Presently the dog laid
his nose on Peter's knee and poured
forth a faint sound that was not quite
a whine, not quite a sigh, and rose
restlessly, and went to the closed door
of Alix's room, and pawed It, his eager
nese to the threshold.

"Not here, old fellow!" Peter said,
stroking the silky head under his
hand.
He had not been In this room since
the day of her death. It struck him
as strangely changed, strangely and
heartrendingly familiar. The windows
were closed, as Alix had never had
them closed, winter or summer, rain
r sunshine. Her books stood In their
old order, ; her student's Shakespeare,
and seme of her girlhood's books.
"Little Women," and "Uncle Max." In
the closet, which exhaled a damp and

woody smell, were one or two of the J

boyish-looting hats he had so often
seen her crush carelessly on her dark
hair, and the big belted coat that was
as plain as his own, and the big boots
she wore when she tramped about the
poultry yard, still, spattered with pale,
dry mud. Her father's worn little Bi Bible
ble Bible lay on the table, and beside it an another
other another book, "Duck Raising for the
Market," with the marks of muddy
and mealy hands still lingering on its
cover.
Suddenly, evoked by these silent

witnesses to ner trasy ana nappy irre,

the whole woman seemed to stand be

side Peter, the tall, eager, vital woman

who had been at home here, who had

ruled the cabin with a splendid and
vital personality. He seemed to feel

her near hiin again, to see the Inter Interested
ested Interested eyes, the high cheek-bones
touched with scarlet, the wisp of hair
that would fall across her face some

times when she was deep In baking,
or preserving, or poultry-farming, and

that she would brush away with the

back of an Impatient hand, only to
have it slip loose again.
One of her kitchen aprons, caught In
the current of air from the opened
door, blew about on Its hook. He re remembered
membered remembered her, on many a wintry day,
buttoned into just such a crisp apron,
radiantly busrj and brisk In her kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, tlrring ajid chopping, moving con constantly
stantly constantly between stove and table. With
strong hands still showing traces of
flour she would come to sit beside him
at the piano, to play a duet with her
characteristic dash and finish, only to
jump up In sudden compunction, with
an exclamation: "Oh, my ducks I'd
forgotten them! Oh, the poor little
wretches!"
And she would be gone, leaving a
streak of wet, fresh air through the
warm house from the open door, and
he would perhaps glance from a win window
dow window to see her, roughly coated and
booted, ploughing about her duck yard,
delving into barrels of grain, turning
on faucets, wielding a stubby old
broom.
She loved "her life, he mused, with
a bitter heartache, as he stood ,here
in her empty room. Sometimes be had
marveled at the complete and ques questioning
tioning questioning joy she had brought to it. .Pe .Peter
ter .Peter reminded himself that never In

their years together had he heard her
complain about anything, or seem to
feel bored or at a loss.
"We've always thought of Cherry as
the child !" he thought. "But It was
she, Alix, who was the real child. She
never grew up. She never entered Into
(the time of moods and self-analysis
.and jealousies and desires! She would
have played and picnicked all her
life"
His heart pressed like a dull pain
in his chest Dully, quietly, he went
out to the fire again, and dully and
quietly moved through the day. Her
books and music might stand as they
were, her potted ferns and her scat scattered
tered scattered small possessions the sewing sewing-basket
basket sewing-basket that she always handled with
a boy's awkwardness,' and the camera
she used so well should keep their
places. But he went to her desk,
thinking In this long, solitary evening,
to destroy various papers that she
might wish destroyed before the cabin
was deserted. And here he found her
letter.
He found It only after he had some somewhat
what somewhat explored the different small
drawers and pigeonholes' of the desk,
drawers and pigeonholes which were,
to his surprise:, all In astonishing or order
der order for Alix. Everything was marked,
tied, pocketed ; her accounts were bal balanced,
anced, balanced, and if she had anywhere left
private papers, they were at least no nowhere
where nowhere to be found.
Seeing in all this a dread confirma confirmation
tion confirmation of his first suspicion of her death,
Peter nevertheless experienced a shock
when he found her letter.
It had been placed in an empty
drawer, face cp, and was sealed, and
addressed simply with his name.
. He sat holding it in his hand, and
moments passed before he could open
it
So. it had been true, then, the fear

thathe had tried all these weeks to
crush? He had been weighing, meas measuring,
uring, measuring, remembering, until his very
soul was sick with the uncertainty.
His mind had been a confused web of
memories, "of this casual word and
that look, of what she bad possibly
heard, had probably seen, had suspect suspect-ei
ei suspect-ei known
Now he would know. He tore open
the envelope, and the dozen written
lines were before his eyes. The let letter
ter letter was dated, a most unusual thing
for Alix to do, and "Saturday, one
o'clock," was written under the date.
It was .the day .of her death.

(To Be Concluded Tomorrow)

mi ii i ii i u ii 1 1 in i it i ; 1 1 1 1 iii ii 1 1 1 in i :iiv..i

aim i mi mum:

When you want your house,
furniture, stock or goods, of
any kind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get 'full
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell.
J. II CRAMER
P.O.Box 3(0 Ocala, Fla.
Telephone 419

AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored
Brakes ReUned
All work done by experts I
and every job guaranteed
Geo. X Williams
Phone 597

Netting im It
i TU have tft fin on tar cnd!n r

"But sculre. we rsia ta -ran t f

married and "we have only 110 for your

iee.-
"Ton weren't speeding. Ton could

nave gone twice as fast and not been

Bpeecung.-
Heard in Court

Judge Too say the prisoner is not

insane, and yet he Is not in his right

mind? How is that?

Witness Lots of DeoDle. yoar honor.

whe are not insane are wrong-minded

about everything.

Affectionate Pair.

Husband Of course, my dear, I

nave my faults

Wife I should have to have very

.keen vision to detect vour virtues.

"But, my dear, you can find fault

with your eyes shut"

Equal Footing.

Cultured One Hie scenario !s a
wonderful form of expression, but it

will never be on the same basis as

music and poetry.

Movie Pan Why not? It's measured

by the foot! Film Fun.

I GOOD IDEA
"That eld fellow has Just In Installed
stalled Installed a dictaphone In his office."
"Why's that?"
"He says all his stenographers
were so pretty, he couldnt keep Jila
mind on his business.

The Brighter Dawn.
A little time with sorrow,
But In her darkest night
We dream of a toromrow
Unutterably bright!
' Purple Cow.

Setting the Pace.

Ted Tom has sold his race horses

and invested In a car.

Ned He said he wanted aomethlnj

that had a littU speed.

No Such Luck.

"Do you think we are going te aavs

an early fall 7"
"Not of prices."

" Wont Be Disturbed.
"Nature works many remarkable
cures."
"Yes, but the trouble with nature
Is that you can't wake her up in the
middle of the night and get her to
come over to the house every time the
baby has colic",

Intellectual Accomplishment.
"Women have better equipped in intellects
tellects intellects than men."
"In some respects," replied Miss
Cayenne. "Most of the people I have
met who knew offhand and with pre precision
cision precision how to score the latest com complication
plication complication In whist are women."

The Wind and the Whirlwind.
"A politician has to watch which
way the wind blows."
"Sometimes he has te watch," re replied
plied replied Senator Sorghum, "and some sometimes
times sometimes he gets caught In a hurricane."

Encouraging.

Kathryn I, intend to marry Billy
Bullion In spite of all opposition.
" Kytte If Billy sees you're real de determined
termined determined I don't think he'll oppose
you so very long.

Found Out
"Would you like to bear a secret In Involving
volving Involving Mrs. Nexdore In a dreadful
candal?"
"Goodness, yes. Tell it to me."
"I don't know any such secret But
I must say you have a very mean dis-posltioa."

it

$100 CASH

And 315 Per Month

8 Will buy nice four-room

8 cottage just finished and
painted inside and out.

i On big lot just outside

g city limits ( no city tax-

jf es). Large garage. See

E. C. JORDAN,
OWNER
OFFICE OVER
JAKE'S

Our orangeade machine is again, on
the job at the fountain, and we have
just received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

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To bring before the country in visual form the vaet problem it is helping
to solve, the American Red Cress has prepared for Its Annual Roil Call,
Nov. 11 to 24, a poster showing how rather than diminishing the total of
World War veterans entitled to Federal aid continues to grow. Red Cross
Service to these men is costing $10JDO0,000 a year.

OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT

JWff Touring Cars
. Speed Wagons
Fall Line Parts and Accessories
Fall Line of GOODYEAR Tires
EXIDE" Batteries and Recharging
and Repairing
, Bicycles and Supplies

CON BON

B. F.

Fort King Ave. & Osceola St.

Ocala, Florida

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Pltoee 2S6

BIOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

THE WIMPSCDR MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
i
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
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Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGn
Proprietor.

This is a Studebaker year.

ADATilS & FrIOnniSOW GARAGE
Prompt Service
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
- Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.iand Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida



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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1921

unclassified
ADVERTiSEBlENTS

FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
' pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Ga-rage'foirtwo
rage'foirtwo Ga-rage'foirtwo cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
reedham Bros, store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. : 30-tf
FOR RENT Second and third floors
of Baptist Witness building; 30x82
ft.; suitable for offices or storage;
splendid for business college. In
first claus repair. Apply to B. F.
Condon, on premises, phone 129. 6t
1
FOR, SALE Upright piano. Mrs.
George Newland, Belleview, Fla. 6t
GOLDENACRE Paper shell pecan
nuts. Tjbis year's crop now for sale.
Leave your orders at Gerig's Drug
Store, where samples can be seen,
or. drive out to the grove and get
yours. Two sizes, 75c. and 50c per
pound, o 17-tf
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished or
unfurnished, uptsairs or down stairs
can be had at the dormitory. Phone
305. 18-6t
FOR SALE Horse, one wagon, har harness,
ness, harness, cow and calf. Apply to Mrs.
Fred Richter, Burbank, Fla. 19-6t
LOST Somewhere between Masonic
home and Lake Weir, open face
gold watch. Gruen works. Mono Monogram
gram Monogram L H. C. on case. Generous
reward for return of same to
Louis H. Chazal, Marion County
Board of Trade, Ocala. 18-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf
i'
FOR SALE OR TRADE Stock,
poultry and farm implements) con consisting
sisting consisting of horses, cows, hogs, wag wagons,
ons, wagons, buggy, mowing machiine,
plows, cultivators, harrows, etc.
See Abner Pooser at B. Goldman's,
Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
y 1 1
WANTED Any one having any sec second
ond second hand bedding, comforts or
quilts, or men's clothing for medium
sized man, will please notify any
member of the King's Daughters as
, they are in need of it for the desti desti-,
, desti-, tute. Mrs. Bittinger, president,
Mrs. G. C. Sheppard, Sec'y.
WANTED Lady stenographer who
is good musician, willing to work
hard and long hours at a low salary
. to begin. Apply by letter in own
handwriting stating qualifications
and experience. S. M., care Ocala
. Star. , 17-6t
WANTED Boarders in a private
home. Large, airy rooms, well cook cooked
ed cooked home style meals. Phone 413 or
Apply 18 N Watula St. 22-7t ;
FOR SALE Gas stove for sale
cheap if sold at once. Apply to
phone 360Y. ; 22-tf
LOST Small white poodle dog, fe female;
male; female; about two months old. Return
to Ocala Auto & Garage Co. and
receive reward. 22-3t
PAINTING For the better class of
interior painting and refinishing
furniture and pianos, phone 107. T.
D. Dillon. 22-6t
ATTENTION Man and wife who
want a comfortable home, furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, phone 429 for proposition, be between
tween between 6 and 8 p. m. Reference
wanted. V 24-6t
FOR SALE Jersey cow with young
calf. Can be seen at Mathews'
grist mill, 21 West Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Phone 368. D. N. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. 25-6t
Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less
than we have ever put them on. The
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
tops on for $10.50; roadsters, $9.00.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub subject
ject subject to change. s 10-l-30t
Chiropractic is no longer a theory,
but a practical demonstrated fact.
You can.be speedily restored to per perfect
fect perfect health by having the cause of
your ailment removed. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala, House. 22-tf
Sugar cookies, oatmeal cookies, apj apj-pie
pie apj-pie and peach pies, cocoanut layer
cakes, the best you ever ate, at the
Federal Bakery. 21-6t
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. OlBce over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good .cigar.

HOW

MOORS FATTEN FEMALES
FOR MARRIAGE MARKET.
In Egypt a quaint wedding cus custom
tom custom is the visit paid by the bride
and her friends to the bath. The
progress to It partakes of the
nature of a procession, headed
by Arab musicians, with tam tambourines,
bourines, tambourines, flutes and other Instru Instruments.
ments. Instruments. The bride is usually
seated on a camel and covered
with a sort of tepee from the top
of which the greatest palm
leaves obtainable are projected.
Over the door of the bathhouse
a handkerchief Is hocg to denote
that only women may enter. Af After
ter After the bride and her friends
have bathed, they abandon them themselves
selves themselves to the enjoyment of the
entertainment provided by the
musicians, story tellers and sing singers.
ers. singers. Among the Moors, girls are
fattened for the marriage mar market
ket market much as the poultry farmer
treats his livestock. 4 The staple
food of the women is bread, and
It Is chiefly with this that they
are fattened. Long-shaped pellets
of It are constantly forced down
their throats for a period of
.about three weeks before their
marriage.
The bride has to be put
through a strange ordeaL She
is placed In an Ill-ventilated
wooden cage, usually white whitewashed,
washed, whitewashed, and is taken in it in pro procession
cession procession through the streets to the
bridegroom's dwelling. After a
two weeks' honeymoon the dls-.
carded box Is placed on the roof
of the house in a prominent posi position,
tion, position, so that all may see it. This
is an official Intimation that 'the
newly wedded pair are ready to
receive friends. .
i
DERIVED FROM EARLY CUSTOM
How Missouri Got Its Now Generally
Used Nickname of the "Show "Show-;,Me
;,Me "Show-;,Me State.
An early-day custom In Missouri
regarding marriages Is said to be re responsible
sponsible responsible for the famous expression,
'Tm from Missouri ; you've got to
show me."
. A good many years ago the marriage
laws in Missouri were so loose that any
one could get married without answer
ing many questions. In 1881 a law
was passed making it a misdemeanor
for a minister or a justice to marry
persons not having a state license. It
' also' set the agg of marriageable
women at eighteen. If the applicant
for a license did not know the age of
his bride-elect he had to show her
to the license clerk 7 and let him
judge her age. When the applicant
went after the girl she naturally
asked why ; she had to go along to
get the license. When told that the
law required her exhibition, she re remarked:
marked: remarked: "Oh, you've" got to show
me?" This occurred many times dur dur-'
' dur-' ing the first year or so of 1 the law's
enforcement and became a 'byword.
Thus Missouri became known as the
-Show-Me" state.
How You Can Be Transparent.
A liquid that renders flesh invisible
or transparent has been invented.
If a hand or arm Is immersed in this
liquid Its flesh will disappear almost
entirely from view; the bones, how
ever, ill be visible, as under X-rays.
The mixture makes the flesh of youi
hand transparent because it has the
same index of light redaction as thf
flesh. The light rays passing through
the liquid are not bent, or refracted
when they pass through the flesh
though they are bent by the bones,
which have a different index of refrac
tion. s
Different parts of the body have dif
ferent indices or refraction; any pari
can be made to disappear by submerg submerging
ing submerging it in the proper liquid. But noi
all parts at once, so the magic cloai
of invisibility is still to be discovered
How Films Aid in Education.
More than 500 motion picture films
dealing with more than 115 subjects
are now being circulated, by the Unite?
States Department of Agriculture., J
recent one, photographed largely fron
a drop" of water, represents the orlglr
and spread of rhubarb blight, a dis disease
ease disease that brings great loss to the truck
farmer. Besides the organisms anc
their spread, the film includes field
scenes, the symptoms of the blight
and methods, of eradication. This is
one of the few series of pictures pho photographed
tographed photographed largely through the misero
scope, thus showing objects Invislblt
to the naked eye.
Phone 596 for fresh vegetables and
fruit, we have the following:-Apples,
select and cooking, oranges,' tange tangerines,
rines, tangerines, grapes, Persian .limes, lemons,
cranberries, tomatoes, celery, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, beans, fresh dates and assorted
nuts. Free delivery. Fort King Con Confectionery.
fectionery. Confectionery. Phone 596. 24-2t
EAT AT THE MAXEVE
Best nweals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
We can make you specially attrac
tive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19. 10-11-tf
This is a Studebakar year.

: BOY
SCOUTS
mn-

(Conducted tor National CouncU t th Boy
Scout of America.)
SCOUTMASTERS NEEDED.
T
"Fine work!" everybody said when
the Pueblo boy scouts rose to the oc occasion
casion occasion in the emergency of the flood
and went about aiding the police, ren rendering
dering rendering first aid and saving human lives
at the risk of their own. "."Wonderful
movement !" we cry when we read how
boy scouts fight forest fires, act as
traffic police, conduct city clean-ups,
take the lead la safety.flrst and anti anti-fly
fly anti-fly and save-the-wild-flowers cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. Again, when we happen to notice a
scout giving his seat to a lady on a
car, stopping to tell a stranger how to
get to his destination, interrupting his
ball game to help somebody fix a tire,
jumping into the street to pick up a
bit of broken glass or a banana skin,
we are impressed by the spirit which
somehow or other has been instilled
into these lads. Though still just
everyday youngsters, they are a little
straightcr, a little manlier because of
the rigorous discipline of the boy scout
training, a little more given to service"
because of the daily "good turn" boy
scout gospeL But we- should remem remember
ber remember that without the scoutmaster's en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and devotion to the boys none
of these results could be realized.
There are 1G.OS3 scoutmasters in the
United States serving 109,070 boys.
They are busy men, all of them, doo doo-tors,
tors, doo-tors, lawyers, min listers, school teach teachers,
ers, teachers, business men, bankers, editors,
electricians, photographers, giving
their time, their energy, their best
thought and services to scouting. But,
despite all this devoted and patriotic
work the country over, there are hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of boys wishing to get into scout scouting
ing scouting who cannot do so because there
are not enough leaders that is, scout scoutmasters.
masters. scoutmasters. Let every live, red-blooded, boy boy-hearted
hearted boy-hearted man in America stop and ask
himself whether he Isn't letting a
priceless opportunity pass by him If he
isn't flining up with scouting, doing his
bit for the" boys of America who need
his leadership.
BOY SCOUTS IN CAMP.
This Is a Typical Scene of the Past
Summer in Many Sections of the
- Country.
BY-PRODUCT OF SEA-SCOUT
n' TRAINING.
Sea scouts are, in addition 10 nieir
technical water training, learning
something that all good Americans
prize as worth more than diamonds
and gold, namely: judgment.
Judgment! In a boat, as nowhere
else on earth, judgment (or sea judg judgment)
ment) judgment) is a prime necessity. Poor
judgment bangs your schooner boat's
nose into the wharf poor judgment
leaves the water barrels empty, Or
worse, rocks the boat drops oars over overboard,
board, overboard, or capsizes. Good dgment
comes to a boy or man only after he
has tried to beat the sharp-eyed old
girl, known as Mother Nature, who
has skinned his knuckles, blacked his
eye, doused him and spanked him. Her
eye is kind on the land, but out on
the water it glitters gray and green,
like the eye of a shark. Look out,
there landlubber SheTl get you sure
if you don't steer a straight course.
But whose afraid?
SCOUTING IN BOYS' SCHOOL.
Scoutlng adapts Itself well to pri private
vate private as well as public life. At Blair
academy, in Blalrstown, N. J, there
were 40 boy scouts this past year, 32
of whom were on the school's honor
roll. Seventeen were first class scouts
and eight second class. The troop
boasted also one Eagle, one Star and
one Life scout. 4
SOME MORE HIGH ADVENTURE.
A small party of scouts of Troop 4.
San Jose, Cal hiked off Into the hills
with a portable searchlight which had
been made by one of the boys. .In the
meantime another party of scouts mo motored
tored motored to the summit of Mount Ham Hamilton,
ilton, Hamilton, famous as the site of the Lick
observatory. Within ten minutes the
two parties were signaling each other
over a distance of fully 25 miles, no
small feat, for amateurs with amateur
outfits. The Incident was a thrilling
one to the boys.

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the Amerie Legion Nwa Bet-rice.)
LEGION OFFICER KNOWS NAVY
Edward Suafford, Chairman of Com.
rrittee on Naval Affairs, Has
Climbed the Ladder.
Edward Elwell Spafford. newly ap appointed
pointed appointed chairman of the American
Legion's commit
tee on naval af affairs,
fairs, affairs, knows the
United States
navy on land and
on sea as few
other men do.
Born in Spring,
field. Yt, Mr.
Spafford was edu educated
cated educated in -the pub-
XrCS received an ap
pointment to the
U n it e d States
Naval academy In 190L Assigned to
the ship Washington, he became gun gunnery
nery gunnery officer; at that time he was the
youngest otfieer in the navy to hold
thi3 position.
While the Washington was lying
off Cape IIuite:-as a sailor was washed
overboard in a heavy sen. TVsking
hi life in the waves, Mr.' Spafford
p'ungvHi overboard and succeeded in
rescuing the seaman. Ills bravery
was recognized in a letter oi com commendation
mendation commendation from the secretary of the
navy. He rose to the rank of lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant conjnahder.
In 194 Mr. Spafford resigned from
the navy to study law at Columbia
university.
With the start of the war Mr. Spaf Spafford
ford Spafford offered his services to his coun country
try country and he was made a lieutenant
commander in the navy reserve
corps. He served for a time as a
member of the board of Inspection and
survey, which was In charge of the
selection of ships to be purchased by
the government, ne directed thes fit fitting
ting fitting out of the first 23 ; 110-foot sub submarine
marine submarine charers built for distance serv service
ice service end established a submarine chaser
base- at New London, Conn.
When the American navy became
active In the Straits of Otranto, Mr.
Spafford was sent to establish a sub
marine chaser base at Corfu, Greece,
and later became chief of staff of
that station. He was In charge of all
operations and was on the first Amer American
ican American submarine chaser which de destroyed
stroyed destroyed an enemy ship after locating
it by the process of sound contact.
When the Austrians surrendered two
battleships acd two destroyers to the
United States, Lieutenant Commander
Spafford took them over. Later, he
investigated the situation along the
Dalmatian coast and made a special
report on Fiume to the American
peace delegation at Paris. He re received
ceived received the Distinguished Service Med Medal.
al. Medal. Mr.' SpaTord Is a member of
Manhattan naval post of the Amer American
ican American Legion in New York city.
SAYS NO MAN HER SUPERIOR
Bright-Eyed Sergeant and Vice Com
mander of Post Bluffed Mr.
Silver-Eagles.
Who else but a bright-eyed, smiling
American girl could have gotten away
with It?
Sergeant Minnie
Arthur of the Uni United
ted United States marine
corps was on duty
In a recruiting of office
fice office in Indianapo Indianapolis,
lis, Indianapolis, InL, during
the war. The ma major
jor major in charge was
nervous ; a colonel
from. Washington
was coming to In Inspect
spect Inspect ; everyone
brushed up on
rules of military conduct, lu waiked
the austere colonel. Sergeant Arthur
remained working at her desk. Silver Silver-eagles
eagles Silver-eagles walked over to her desk and
.frowned.
Um ever get up when an ouieer
comes in the room, sergeant? he
growled.
"Yes, sir, sometimes, Misa Three
Stripes replied.
Tm and I suppose you salute your
superiors, too, eh?" ..
Sergeant Arthur smiled sweetly
and then her eyes snapped.
"Sir, Tve'never seen a man yet who
was my superior V
And the colonel passed it off with without
out without a reprimand reprimand-Miss
Miss reprimand-Miss Arthur, now vice-commander of
Rbert E. Kennlngton poet of the
American Legion In Indianapolis, en enlisted
listed enlisted for four years and served 18
months. She Is still in the reserve,
drawing $1 a month with which she
buys alr nets. She Is authority on
LIberian golf and plays a good hand
at "blackjack."
On the Square.
. "We had quite a game up to the
boarding house last night."
"Poker?"
"No. The landlady was going to lick
one of the boys for not paying his
board. I tried to check her, she
jumped me, erowned him and told ua
both to move."
"Did you do it?"
."Chess." Aiie-lcaa Legion Weekly,

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TAFFY
A best seller, by S. C. Standley,
author of Peanut Brittle, Mints, Di Divinity,
vinity, Divinity, Fudges, etc. Quality Fruit
Store, next to Masters. 21-tf

While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies work at the Royal Cleaners, j
Fhone 443. lS-tf
Phone 596 for fresh vegetables and
fruit, we have the following: Apples,
select and cooking, oranges, tange tangerines,
rines, tangerines, grapes, Persian limes, lemons,
cranberries, tomatoes, celery, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, beans, fresh dates and assorted
nrjts. Free delivery. Fort King Con Confectionery.
fectionery. Confectionery. Phone 596. 24-2t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Special at the Fort King Confec Confectionery,
tionery, Confectionery, beans at 15c. per lb.,T)ananas
S5c. per dozen. 20-3t
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station j
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.!
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf j
Our orangeade machine Is again onj
the job at the fountain, and we have'
just received a lot of nice sweet or-j
anges. Court Pharmacy. 14-6t j

A good line of wood -heaters. "Wei Call phone iOS when you want groc groc-rut
rut groc-rut them up. Roberts & Spencer. 12t j eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

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Everything 10 bat

$ hlEATS AND GROCERIES,

Oysters! OysfeFs!
Telephone No. 243

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Second
Phoic lis

For Pressed Boiled Ham,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon,'
Chipped Dried Beef,
Fresh Homemade Sausage
Wisconsin June Cheese
Celery, String Beans, Squash, Peppers, Cucumbers
Apples, Bananas, Fleischmann's Yeast
Fresh Dairy Milk, Cottage Cheese
Phone 76 Free Delivery Service
A-M (GMOCEEY
ABSOLUTELY, RELIABLE
0. L ABBOTT, Manager
Scclh Side Ocala Koase Block, Ocala, Florida

I can now give you the
OlS very latest, up-to-data
jv methods, assuring you
lwr the rast careful and
thoro service.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Fvpsi-ht JvcialLet

FOE
ML
I have decided to put on the market
ir.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaka and Fcrt King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2 or five-acre loU,
part cash and fivt years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a let and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 34 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or selL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Elock 37. Old Survey, Ocala,
the south Iklf cf Lots 3 and 4.. Thia
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
W. D. CARS
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FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

DRESSES

For Dancing
and Evening
Wear.

m Many delightful new modes in all
prevailing shades and materials, in including
cluding including Taffetas Lace Combinations
and Exquisite Sequence Robes. As As-tonishin!y
tonishin!y As-tonishin!y low prices for these at attractive,
tractive, attractive, frocks.

Rheinauer & Co.

Floor
Ocala, Florida
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