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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST-Unsettled weather with local rain, this afternoon and tonight; cooler in north and central portions tonight; Tuesday generally fair. TEMPERATUBES This morning, 64; this afternoon, 74.
OGALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1921
256.
VOL. 2
DEPMIIIIII GIVES IEGI0II MEETING
GIRLS IDE
THEIR ESCAPE
VAS A SCHOOL
F01D OUSTED
AIOICAIIS DEBATE
Oil A1AIIIT
Nfl 7A!!nilARF DEAL KAI1SAS CITY
CHUM OF (JELLS
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County, Says Board f Trade Secre Secretary,
tary, Secretary, Should Give New Plan
Full Consideration
Secretary Chazal of the Board of
Trade, who returned Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon from a trip to White Springs
and Tallahassee in the interest of
state road No. 2, says that Marion
county should lose no time in giving
the fullest consideration to the new

Veterans of the World War Have

Gathered for Their Annual Con-
ference and Reunion

(Associated Press)

Kansas City, Oct. 31. Messages of
greetings from the veterans of other

allied armies brought by famous
leafs of European fighting men were

the "outstanding incidents on the

Delivered With the Help of Their
Friends from Mountjoy Prison
in Dublin

(Associated Press
Dublin, Oct. 31 Four Irish women,
political prisoners in Mountjoy prison

Jacksonville Newspaper Man Enter
taining an Old Friend, One Of
England's Famous Writers

St. Andrews Bay Schooner Off Dry

Tortugaa, and Feared That
All Hands Are Lost

' UVwnoo rmm-am rf tho AlflPHMTl

plan of the state road department to ---
complete road No. 2 thin this county, Le convention opening today.
The secretary says he has not seen a Genera Diaz of the Italum armies,
copy of the resolution adopted by the General Baron Jacques of Belgium,
road department, as he left Tallahas- Vice President Coohdge, who is rep rep-see
see rep-see before the action was taken, but resenting President Harding, were
that if the information he has iscor- spectators and speakers today Ad-
- ... Ttoofir nf tho British

proposition for this "'"" -----
1 r 1 T-1 A. 1 A J A v thin

j f Mtr than that unon rana r leet, is expects iu ""c

xr hond Tinder I afternoon and Marshal Foch and Gen

the new plan, as the secretary under- al Pershing tonight National Corn Corn-stands
stands Corn-stands it; the county" money available zander Emery called the convention

for road No. 2 would be spent as far lur a"u t.. mvuwtt.vu i-

Storm that Struck the Northeast
Pacific Coast Saturday

rect the new proposition for this . 1 1C-

Vancouver, Oct. 30. Between 6i

and 55 lives lost and property damage

several million dollars last night

was the estimated toll of floods that
sweDt awav part' of several towns

as it will go and the state will then ncunced by Rev. John Rinzer, of Chat- j north and east of here last night and

complete the road thru the county. nooga, uw "a 'u'"'l77,; "yesterday.

(Associated Press) I (Associated press)

Jacksonville, Oct. 31. H. G. Wells, Mobile, Oct. 31. The three masted
V, J -D;;V. -n.VA. will .-no.! I arViru-inoi- JT W Snml-villf of St- An

li i iuc uuicu Liuitsu aubtiui tvia miru ... p

here, escaped last night. A rope lad-j week in Jacksonville after the Wash-ldrews, Fla., to Porto Rico, with a
der was thrown across the prison J ington armament limitation confer-1 lumber cargo, wa found dismantled

Preparation Being Made at Washing
ton For the Great Conference
Which Meets Nov. 12

wall and the fugitives chambered down

a steep embankment and escaped,
completing the most daring jail deliv delivery
ery delivery in the history of the prison.
IT WAS WORSE THAN OURS

ence. as the guest of John Othen, ad-1 and capsized 40 miles off Dry Tortu

vcrtising manager of the-Florida Me-1 gas, according to advices received in

tropolis. Wells and Othen were class a telegram today to J. W. Somerville,
mates in grammar school in England of Gulf port, owner of the vessel. No
and have not seen each other in 38 mention was made of the fate of the
years. They have kept up the con- crew. The message stated the vessel
stant correspondence, however, begun was found by the eoast guard cutter
in school days. Tallapoosa, which is towing her to

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. SI." With the
formal opening of the international
conference on limitation of armament
less than two weeks away, the prelim preliminary
inary preliminary preparations swung into the
final stages today. The American
delegation was scheduled to hold an another
other another of its sessions at the state de departments
partments departments and it was indicated that
technical advisers would be ready
with practically complete reports
bearing on general subjects embraced

Key West. The Somerville carried ajin the conference agenda.

DEFEATED AT DELAND

crew of nine men.

THE INJUNCTION

tanooga, the national chaplain. Me

. I : i e T ttt n.lknith

TV,, ohnnt dfi milpo nf road "uiia acrvitcs iul x. vjiUi

I iu .a aw 4-im fx fnafiiM urniia or 1 w m-- 111

No 2 in this county. If the cost of ",c WHlTrJ UUts.vi kiu

construction under stat3 and federal the afternoon session, Gens Diaz and

tMfi,anBa- hnM amount to $20.-Hacques were 10 aaaress me couvu

o.i.v...

But Our Football Team Gave the I ANDERSON HAS ISSUED

Victors a Hard Battle
The phenomenal drop kicking of

jTatum of DeLand was too much for

I the boys from Ocala after taking the L. on directed at stopping the United

(Associated Press)

Indianapolis, Oct. ll. An

mjuiic-

WHATS IN THE WIND

000 a mile it would cost about $920,000
to build the road, Mr. Chazal says,
and the county has available for No.
2 less than half this amount. The

cost of the road from Lake City to

tion.

OCALA ISNT IN IT

St. Louis, Oct. 31. George White

on his arrival here today for the dem

ocratic national committee meeting

tomorrow, denied reports that he

Twenty-five connM rpsion the chairmanship. Mr.

Orlando, Oct. 31

thP A.lnmbia county line for which wholesale grocers of inland Florida white said he knew nothing of a defi

the contract has been let by the road met in this city Saturday and organ- nite character which would come up

rfpTmrfmpnt'will be around $25,000 a izea me interior uuicsaic v"ut.B at tne meeting.

I .

Mnrinn countv with material Association lor me purpose ox pro-

.oii,wa rh. t hnnd should be able noting co-operation and understand- PARTY FOK LlliLL rui.iv

n for much less than ing in their industry. Orlando, Kis

nth0, Mvntit If the road can be simmee, Palatka, Lakeland, Bartow, Mrs. Paul Simmons and JNirs. lv-

K?if i'n thi rniintv for less than Bradentowri, Arcadia, Fort Myers, erett Futch entertained Saturday aft

oa nnn, ,ton ttta,iM ofill Lake Wales. Saniord, r ort nerce and ernoon at the bimmons nome

iiU.UW a mile uic i!.a-5 tvi. I I ... ,

have to put up a large part of the Jriant uy were "i"" w twenty-nve young ucuca a

,-At nf th'p same anJ i:i addition to meeting. of the future

100-mile ride over rough roads. The

game was the best seen in high school
circles this year. The Ocala team

was the stronger when it
straight football but lost

Mine Workers from their efforts to
unionize the Williamson coal field in
West Virginia, where the miners have

came to I strike for more than a year,

out wnen l as :SoUeH todav bv Federal Judge I a t nrorim rt nf tVo Timi

tit i i ...... ; r

i,CM,lu uscu "" I Anderson, on the ground that tne
field. DeLand used more forward .Vin tn rtrin traHe.

passes than did ucaia mit neitner

MOST DIFFICULT PROBLEM
Secretary Denby, Admiral Koontz,
chief of naval operations, and a group
of naval experts working out Ameri-.
can proposals to the limitation of
armaments conference, met again to today
day today with the American delegates to
the conference. It was assumed the
general theory of limitation of naval
armaments which this government
believed might be successfully ap

plied had been completed and approv-

CLAIMED BY DEATH

team was very successful with the DISTINGUISHED FLORIDIAN

aerial attack because of the strong

defensive of their opponents.

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omT T 1 u v Tallahassee, Oct. 81 Newton A.

mruugnuu m par, ux k-c Blitch, member of the Florida rail
played. He was taken out at the end 1 .

about

beaux

Little Miss Mary Eliz-

tvu tV,P Rft in takin? over the road : abeth Simmons and Master bimmons

ai-i 4 1T k IT 4 IT 4 T T fV T T -I . i 1-J il.

ni f o;r,f,-T, it in jif mrHance urua n aha, f um Jj'Utcn on max oay reaciieu iw

W1U liaVC WW iiiMinvwiM I I . m

with fpdral reauirements. Mr. Cha- TO BE SOLD mentous age of three and m nonor oi

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zal thinks that if this i3 the case the the occasion their momers asu
.A,,ntv h pvervthine- to eain and (Palatka News) number of their little friends to help

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should acceDt the I Order for nublication of notice of celebrate.

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state's proposition. Road No. 5, he special master's sale of the entire At tne appomxea nour 8
says, should of course have its pro- property of the Oklawaha Valley rail- began to arrive, each bearing a gift
portionate share of the county bond road, on December 5, has been re- for the henorees. The afternoon was
money. ceived here from Special Master F. spent playing the games that are so

The. secretary attended the good R. Hocker. of Ocala, following a noti- dear to tne neans oi immitu

mf - i.

road meeting at White Springs on fication which it is stated, has been 1 principal event and tne

Wednesday and while there had an sent to Receiver .H. S. Uummings, oi creareo most exciwuiem, wi v
opportunity to see the road work be- the road, not to issue receiver's cer- the tail on the cat. A great big, black

ino- Hnnp in Hamilton county Dy me tincates witn wnich io pay me taxes nauowe cu

that I tho state, and of the house and each guest in turn

i VI H I H I iltil liruai Llllcli Ksm j w I Lll I UUU ShV w vvmmvw I

v,c ,1., cAmo Yrpllent I P.ifnomn Marion rniint.ips. amount-1 was blindfolded and sought the elus

,-r, tT,t cAnntv thnntrh the road hw to 1) ft00. ive cat. Margaret Ann Walkley was

WV1 1 Xi H1M V V-w ui. f I T7 I .l-lJ

is not yet completed, and that the Thisvnew turn of affairs was adis- the most successful oi tne gins arm
i -j j ..,1.. 4- MnctmKti'mi ii: ,nr;cA in 1aq1 hnainpss mpn for a nrize was given a hand made

DriUge iXlliX LUlVClb tUHObl u..w I b SUIilc w v- w..-www I

-.;,iiw 0 tttatki WhitP Snnne-s .-v.A oro vitllv interested in havme handkerchiei. ueorge l.ioju

road commission and commander of
the Florida Division, United Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans, died at his home here

of the first half because he was sick.
At the beginning of the last quarter

ne went dbck. in anu wa uuwiu.& j tt-i.j v

, , ... i last niguu n mu uhk w"
wonderful ball until he was knocked 1 . . o.ofo.
a , ... I prominent part in the state s affairs
out when tackled around the neck by nf fnp

jTatum. Smith came near having a I
. tt nIFlonda senate.

serious accident. He suffered a slight

concussion of the spine and was car car-ried
ried car-ried to the hospital unconscious and
remained in a dazed condition for
about three hours. As long as he

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Sexton on Saturday evening was the
scene of a jolly Hallowe'en party.
AVistnf fnt4v.fiva rir1 and hovs were

was in the game Smith made hfcusu- incmded fa the Ust and carc m

al long gains around the ends and

tame. The following acted as hos-

thru the line and also got away with T frienda
a latera pass for 45 yards evening: Misses Martha Freer, Noel
Ocala's line held like a stone wall. ,m ; . pWr. Frances

. . JACSAASl.V'4avs'f 'V -w -F
In picking an individual star it is like Q TrKIXCW Drake, Margaret
asking a military company for vol- Hocke,f Mamie Sue. Spencer, Lucille

unteers to step forward and then

giving the command "Company halt."
The backs were fast "on their get getaway
away getaway and hit the opposing line like
battering rams. Rawls was especially
strong in the line plunges, always
making a good gain. Knight shone

Home and Lucretia Hocker. The
large roomy porch was decorated with
Hallowe'en dolors, black cats, pump pumpkins
kins pumpkins and witches and the evening was
spent in all kinds of Hallowe'en
games, carrying peanuts on a knife,

bobbing for apples, etc. Dancing by

was

on end runs. Quarterback Williams . onw too

s, showed good generalship of the team uickly m hQXm away

the secretary went to Tallahassee the road continue operations. Move- given a Windsor tie for the boyi'i gelected pIayjJ wglL quic kly
with a committee to appear before ments were on foot to finance the prize. J Ocala feels confident that it willl s , r

were

DeLand next

Saturday. Nov. 5th. when its team

the road department in behalf of road road, if the bondholders are really As the aiternoon crew iu a j even the score

Va 9 Thp committee Dresented a sincere to have it off their hands. It the little folks were tawen iu cc

petition asking for the early comple- is. known that an' offer has been made breakfast room, which for the occas-
decorated in Hallowe en

tion oi roan iu. miuuu uomuvvui iul mc piujiwij v .

rnin-mhin Alnohna and Marion coun- who mie-ht y in a nosition to dispose colors and pretty Halloween lanterns

ties, in which there is money now 0f it, with the consetn of the court. On the table were two birthday cakes,
.roiiokia for ponrpntration of the I The notice of sale cites authority of one for each of the little honorees, at-

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road work in the state on roads Nos. the special master in chancery grant- tractively surrounded witn iern uu

2 1 and 4, and requesting that the ed in a final decree of foreclosure yellow daisies and topped Dy tnree

road department keep the people dated December 24, 1917. It includes yellow candies

posted on its activities. Judge Phil

served, punch, cake, apples, peanuts
and chewing gum, which seemed to

further carry out the Hallowe'en idea.

comes here to play on our young wnQ acted as hos.

Wim US. vur icaui naa uicic ms
goods from start to finish and the
odds are for it in the netx game.

tesses certainly proved themselves

efficient in the art of giving their
ri a mvnt time ani this TiirtV

Ocala has a good football team this 1 remembered as one of the

lips read to the committee a state statement
ment statement in regard" to the road situation

which he had already prepared and
Which has since been given to the
press and published. The petition
presented by the committee was with
some changes afterwards made the
same as published in the Times-Union
of Wednesday.
Mr. Chazal thinks that the road
department is convinced of the im importance
portance importance of road No. 2. He says that
the federal government is handling
the stretch of this road thru Hamilton
county as an inter-state highway, and

that the state, according to a state statement
ment statement made by Judge Phillips, will

have to maintain the highway through

Hamilton county whether it wishes to
or not. The secretary thinks that

2 will eventually be a na

tional highway.
NOTE OF THANKS

We wish to express our heartfelt

thanks to our friends and neighbors
who were so kind to us during the
time of our bereavement. The hand
grasp, the words spoken, the tokens
in flowers were profoundly appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated and went far toward softening the
real hard line of sorrow.
Miss Sadie McClane.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Adcock.

Refreshments of ice

s

all of the rail line, roadbed and other cream and cake were served and eacn

property from the terminus of the guest was given a Halloween favoi-,
road at Silver Springs to Palatka. a box of candy.

Another notice of sheriff's sale of It was with deep regret that gooo-

the Dronerty previously advertised, byes were said and that the young

consisting of all rolling stock, shops, guests left, having enjoyed to tne iuu-

machinery, etc., was also renewed in est the party.
a special order from Sheriff Thomas, Those present included the follow-

and will appear in the News at a sub- ing: Adelaide Duval, Dorotny ana
sequent date. Margaret Ann Walkley, Margaret

This new turn of affairs is ocn- Taylor, Virginia feeK, josepmne
strued to mean that the owners, the Trantham, Elizabeth Ann and Mary

bondholders, wish to regain control of Louise Wartmann, Audrey Carlisle,
the road through a sale which will en- Valeta Waterman, Laurie Hampton,
SheDDard. Virginia

tnV-P over the DroDerty and junk it. Acker. Clifford Ayer, James Henry

The situation has reached that stage Hampton, John Logan, Johnnie More-

where it is openly stated that certain men, James Jackson, Clifton tfocKer,

interests wish the road junked and George Lloyd, E. G. Feek jr., tienry
abandoned and that these interests Martin and Dan Ahearn.
are willing to reimburse the bond- 1
holders, to some extent, for their Mr. Henry C. Stevens of Lakeland
losses. It is beyond reason, it is is in Ocala on a visit to his parents,
pointed out, that under a forced sale, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens. He came
that the bondholders can hope to re- especially to see his father, who has
ceive a sufficient amount of money to been quite sick.
nav all of tVip road's indebtedness and

have a sufficient amoutn left to reim- Hew bed room, dining room, parlor
burse, to any extent, the holders of and kitchen FURNITURE of all
the bonds. kinds. Will take your old in exchange
It was stated last night that under if you desire. Theus Brots. Phona
the special master's sale the road 19. 10-12-tf

could only be sold as a

year and the town and school are

proud of it. A good crowd is assured

for the game here this week.

gayets and jolliest of the season.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Murphy are en

tertaininr this evening a few friends

at bridge in honor of Mr. and Mrs.

D S. Wood row, who are leaving

Saturday afternoon Maxwell Over Overton
ton Overton celebrated his sixteenth birthday,

by inviting a number of his friends to J f or Miami in a short time,

his home. The house was beautifully

decorated with a profusion of cut
flowers and foliage. The Hallowe'en
spirit and fun prevailed and Hal

lowe'en games, rook, etc., were enjoy

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

J. H. Wflliams of Beddkk and Rev,

and Mrs. J. E. Phillips of Morriston,

ed until a late hour. During the eve- j are choppers in the city today,

ning punch was served by Misses

Helen and Frances Overton. At the j (jen. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer arrived

conclusion of the games tempting re- home today. While away they visited

freshments consisting of hot choco-their gon. Dr. G. D. Ayer and family,
late with marshmallows and wafers m Atlanta, and attended the reunion

experts. The naval problem, how however,
ever, however, is generally understood as the
most difficult one to come before the
approaching conference.
RAISED THEM IN RANK
The rank of ambassadors was given
today to the delegates appointed by
President Harding, to represent the
United States at the armament con conference.
ference. conference. The announcement of the presi president's
dent's president's action was accompanied by a

statement that the four American
representatives were given ambas ambassadorial
sadorial ambassadorial rank so they might sit in
the conference on an equality with
the delegates of other invited powers.
HENRY WILL GET IT
. Secretary Weeks returning today,
from an inspection of the Muscle
Shoals, Ala, nitrate and power plants,
conferred .with President Harding and
announced he had requested Henry
Ford to come to Washington for a
conference relative to Ford's offer for
the project.
UNSUITABLE INSTITUTIONS

Cancellation by the veterans' bu

reau of all contracts with state, mu municipal
nicipal municipal and private hospitals not es established
tablished established prior to July 1st, 1917, and
with all others found to be unsuitable,

are included among the administrative
reforms in veteran relief activities
recommended by. the special Senate
committee investigating the subject

in a report published today, the sec

ond compiled by the committee in its

yet uncompleted task. The commit

tee recommended theappropnaUon of
$ 16,400,000 for thi3 purpose.
REPUBLICAN FIGHT ON THE

BONUS
The republican fight on the Reed
soldier bonus amendment to the tax
revision bill was opened today by
Senator New, who raised the point
that the amendment was unconstitu unconstitutional.
tional. unconstitutional. Senator New said the amend amendment
ment amendment proposed a tax on one class of
citizens for the benefit of another,
and that this at least was in violation
of the constitution. Democratic lead leaders
ers leaders said today that on account of the

reported plan of republicans to lay
the Reed amendment on the table if

would not be offered until there had

been a free discussion.

were enjoyed. Mrs. C. L. West and
Miss Thelma Smedley assisted in
serving. The evening proved a most

delightful one and the guests depart

ed assuring the host of the good time
they had and wishing for many happy

returns of the day.

Mr. B. H. Smith, a boiler maksr,
infullv burned on his arms

in Chattanooga.

For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax have ar arrived
rived arrived home from Baltimore, where
hey have spent the summer.

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.

going con

cern." In other words, that it would
be sold with the understanding that
the road must still operate and con conform,
form, conform, toall requirements of the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission.-, v It i; is
altogether probable that a determined
fight will be launched at onqe to prei

! vent the final junking of the road.

Mr. Walter Priest of Anthony was
one of the enthusiastic Sons of Vet Veterans
erans Veterans who attended the Confederate
reunion in Chattanooga, and reports
a. wonderfully good time.
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

Judge D. S. Williams returned to-

Sunday morning while working at the ,jay from his vacation, spent at his
light plant. While he was in the 0id home in Ntw York state. The
boiler at work some one carelessly jedee is looking bale and hearty and

turned steam into the boiler. Mr.Jnis many friends are glad to see him.

Smith was wearing a hat which he

pulled down over his face and in that J jt vu reported this morning that

way saved his face from burns tut an engine had made a trip over me
his arms from his hands to his elbows q. V. Sheriff Thomas said noobdy
were badly scalded as he backed out nad any authority from him to make

of the boiler. snch a journey and will immediately

investigate.

tea

the state for 75c Eat

nd drink all vou want. Union Station WANTED A partner to open a

. "a .:... 1 mom in Ocala. Write K. T. care

iiCsuiuiauiM

A city authorities hould cover up

that bunch of spikes and wires, in

tended as fastenings and connections

for the white way lamp post m front

of the Ocala House. A man ruined a

ten-dollar pair of shoes on them one
day last week, and they are a con constant
stant constant danger to anyone who uses the
sidewalk.
Mr. T. II. Hodges, who lives over
in the southwest part of the county,
waS arrested Saturday afternoon for
n attack on Mr. W. A. Jeffcoat, He

gave bond in the sum of $200 for ap

pearance in the county judge's court.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
. Miss Nettie Camp will entertain
this evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs.
K. C Nichols. The guests will include
the bridal party, the members of the

A Club and a few additional menus.

Ask the hotel inspector.

22-tf

the Star.

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Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.



OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1921

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out extra composition charges.
Iegal advertisements at legal rates.
Sixteen to one in these degenerate
davs means sixteen dollars for

quart.
Rawlnes and Pone are at Raiford

and it is a tolerable safe bet that an another
other another governor will be sworn in be before
fore before they are released. f

' Williston Methodists are building a
$35,000 church. It is a handsome
structure of concrete and brick and
would be a credit to a town of 15,000
people! They expect to hold services
In the new church next Sunday.

The tax collector's books are open
tomorrow and you can go and pay
your poll tax. Remember, you cant
vote in the city election unless your
poll 'tax is paid that is, unless you
, hovr swim vt o rr a in 4-Via loaf nnn

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We often disagree with Mr. R.
Hudson Burr, chairman of the state
railroad' commission, but his remarks
about the Interstate Commerce Com Commission,
mission, Commission, as reported in the Star the
nthio-r fair vara eonaiVilA J -mitliit

"After the strike has been declared
off what?" query a good many peo people,,
ple,, people,, who realize that no question of
labor or wages has been decided. We
hope there will be a lot of thinking
and some better feeling. There needn't
be any strike at any future time if
men on both sides will be reasonable.

The people of Ocala are well pleas pleased
ed pleased with the letter of Mr. E. H. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, candidate for councilman-at-large,
in Saturday's Star. Mr. Martin comes
right out and tells what he stands

for and what he intends to do if
elected. He pronounces for a policy
that' is not only open and aboveboard,
but which will be beneficial to our
city.

Some people think that President
Harding has delayed his proclamation
of peace with Germany in order to
use his war-time powers in case the
railroad strike should have beer or ordered.
dered. ordered. We hardly think so. The gov government
ernment government has ample power to suppress

dent can order troops into any state
if the governor of the state asks for

them. He can also proclaim: martial
law in any state that shows; itself un unable
able unable to cope with trouble witnin its
borders. Mr. Cleveland sent troops
to Chicago, and used t&ena, too,
against the. wishes of the governor of

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Illinois. Mr. Wilson did not ask per permission
mission permission of the governor of Colorado
to suppress the. fighting between
workmen and armed guards of one of
Rockefeller's corporations. But Mr.
Harding: sent troops to West Virginia
only after repeated requests from the
governor of that state. If the rail railroad
road railroad strike had materialized we doubt
that "the strikers themselves would
have made much trouble aside from
quitting their, jobs. But there are
always a lot of bad characters who

when there is a strike go to rioting

and often cause bloodshed.

MARION COUNTY'S SECTION
OF ROAD NO. 2

r Representative Hunter, returning
from Tallahassee, gave the Star the
following copy of .his signed, sealed
and stamped copy of a resolution
passed by the state road department
at its meeting last week:
Marion County
"The following resolution was of offered
fered offered by Mr. Clark, seconded by Capt.
Hillman, and unanimously adopted:
"Resolved, That the state road de department
partment department does hereby agree that if
Marion county will expend the .sum
of $450,000. on state road No. 2 in
said county, under the- supervision of
this department, that the department
will complete said road across said
county. The chairman is hereby in instructed
structed instructed to enter into such a contract
with Marion county as to carry out
the provisions of the above resolution.
"I, J. L. Cresap, acting secretary,
state road department, hereby certify
that the above is a true and correct
copy of resolution in regard to Mar Marion
ion Marion county, adopted by the depart department
ment department at its meeting held October 27
and 28th, 1921, Tallahassee, Florida.
"J. L. Cresap, Acting Sec'y.
"State Road Department.''
A lesson to be learned from the
storm is that every, locality in Flor Florida
ida Florida should understand that it is likely
to be: struck by the next one, and
that the next may come next decade
or next century and it may come
next year. It has been twenty-five
years since, peninsular r Florida was
visited by such a storm, but the storm
of "96 .was preceded by Another only
two years earlier. But it should be

noted that none of the storms that
have struck this part of the state
have been as severe as those that
have so frequently swept Pensacola,
and that the ( storms that Pensacola
has been af fliclted. with have not! been

as disastrous as those that have visit visited
ed visited the gulf coast further west, No

Florida, city f has suffered as has

Galveston or. Corpus Christi or Mobile

or several other points on the gulf

coast or a short distance inland.

Tampa, St. Petersburg and the

other coast towns that suffered from
the storm have gone to work replac replacing
ing replacing wrecked structures and torn up

streets and roads and will doubtless
soon be in better, shape than ever be

fore. One reason why a storm makes

so Bttich trouble in the average Flor Florida
ida Florida seaport is the comparatively light
construction of many houses docks

and bridges. Compare structures : on

I'ouc coasts with those on regularly

starm-beaten shores ana you will nox
vender that .they collapse like houses
of cards when a hurricane strikes
them. It will be well f or Floridians
to remember in building as well as
rebuilding, that a real wind is certain
to oome some time.

and ma'ke something over, as so many
optimistic Palatkans declare it can,
that whoever buys the road will keep
it in operation. All that the friends of
the road have to do is to show the
big business they declare is stacking
up for the road and it will resume
operation. We are certain that if the
road can be kept in running order for
a few years more that it will become
an important line. In the meantime
the News will greatly clear the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere if it will name the "certain in

terests" that "wish the road junked."

. We note by the public school board
proceedings that several citizens, who
presumably. have autos, have applied
to the board for pay for taking their
children to school. Really, we don't
think a man should charge the board
for taking his own children to school.
If he is that much better off than his
nieghbors he should divide that much
of his prosperity with them.

The Palatka News says that move movements
ments movements were on foot in its town 'to
finance the O. V., and that "an offer
has been made for the property to
such of those who might be in a po position
sition position to dispose of it, with the con consent
sent consent of the court." This is mysterious
and vjtgue. Why should not the in interested
terested interested Palatkans attend the sale
and buy the road. Surely the Gem
City can raise the nineteen or twenty
thousand dollars needed to defeat the
cruel calculations of the bloodsucking
bondholders.

Sam Gompers spouts against call calling
ing calling off the railroad strike. Sam had
to spout about something about that
time in order to make the A. F. of L.
believe he was earning his salary. A
number of years ago there was a
streetcar strike in Sam's home town.
The strikers lost. After it was ap apparent
parent apparent they were beaten, but before
the stiike was declared off, Mr. Gomp Gompers
ers Gompers was seen riding down town in one
of the street cars, handled by strike
breakers. He didn't represent that
particular union, but it seems like
they had a claim on his moral support.

form, will pack when it begins to rain
and leave you in the storm.
There is one thing that all men,

espeecially our young men, should be- J
come interested in, and that is wheth- j
er they are going to accomplish I
anything. The man who works on t

that basis will find life worth living
for it is the key to happiness. It

probably is a waste of time to tell a
young man that money won't bring

happiness for he would like to find
out for himself. But if we can tell
him that accomplishment will bring
happiness and get him to find that
out for himself we have done for him
the greatest service that we can.
We should live in love and charity
vith our fellow men not withholding
forgiveness for we all at some time
need to be forgiven. Revenge and
malice are uneasy passions and bring
happiness, to no one harboring them,
and for the peace of our own mind,
if for no other reason, we should cul cultivate
tivate cultivate the spirit of forgiveness. There
is no trait of human character more
beautiful and unselfish than the spirit
of forgiveness. Charity itself is cour courteous
teous courteous graceful savored with the high highest
est highest degree of refinement. It denotes
that kindly state of mind or feeling
which renders a person full of such
good will and affectionate regard to toward
ward toward others.
In doing benevolent work we should
at all times and at all places do all
the good we can. If we can live to
make some pale face brighter and to
give a second lustre to some tear tear-dimmed
dimmed tear-dimmed eye or impart one throb of
comfort to an aching heart or cheer
some way-worn soul in passing by,
or lend a strong hand to the fallen,
or defend the right against a single
envious stain, .our lives though bare
perhaps of much that seemeth dear

and fair, will not have been lived in

vam.

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magncloes Recharged. Cars Washed 2nd Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
- Oils and Greases
Comer Oklawaha Ave.'nud Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

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owners

AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS

One of the most interesting pieces
of literature produced drring the late
storm was the Wednesday morning
edition of the St. Petersburg Times.
It vas a single small sheet, printed
on. both sides, but full of the most
inti Testing' news about, the storm.

Thjre was no electric current in Stv

Pe iersburg on the night this small
but important paper, was printed, and
the machine that, set the type and the
job press that printed the sheets were
ariven by the engine of a motorcycle.
Publication of that issue of the pa paper
per paper was another triumph of human
pluck and ingenuity over the elements.

Elsewhere we reprint from the
Palatka News a story about the Ok Ok-bawaha
bawaha Ok-bawaha Valley railroad, vlt's an awful

sad little story and one would think
from its' that the News and Palatka
had lost all hope.! The Star would bid
them cheer up. fWe have no inside in

formation, but fit seems to us reason reason-onable
onable reason-onable to. infer that the road will be
better off if sold! than if some agree

ment was patched, up that would only

defer the: dreadful day. We don't
think the road will be "junked." It
is not reasonable; to suppose it will be.
It owes a debt of Ter three hundred
thousand 1 dollars,, esdnsive' of the
taxes, and if alL the property was
sold,, including trie rails,, it would not
bring at the highest estimate a sixth

of that amount. It should also be re remembered,
membered, remembered, that another jear's taxes
are now doe, and! most le paid before
March 31, 1922, or. the Toad will be
tied up again. lit seems t ns likely
that, if the roadl car pay -expenses,

The following good talk was given
the Pythians by Knight S. C. Mayo,
at the recent K. of P. district meet meeting
ing meeting at Reddick:
It is an inspiration to try to make
a talk in our lodge meetings. I have
noticed that when a talk is made by a
brother Knight, no matter if he does
not sajr much, he is given a hearty
cheer.
Uncle Joe Cannon once said in a
speech in Congress that he would not
give three whoops for any person
whose heart did not beat faster,
whose eyes did not take fire, whose
spirit did not swell, who would not
be moved to laughter or to tears by
the voices of birds or children, by the
pleading of a woman, or noble oratory
or noble acting.
Now, if I say anything that is
worth while then I will expect you to
give me a cheer. But if I do not say
anything worth while do not cheer me.

One very important habit in char

acter building and and world better

ment is that we practice daily the

cardinal virtues which the order of

Knights of Pythias is founded upon,
which is friendship, charity and ben benevolence.
evolence. benevolence. These virtues stand for
something. When a man has the
ability to win the confidence, respect
and friendship of others and fails to
do so, he will fail to make a Pythian.
If a m:m won't be courteous, won't
be gentlemanly and do all the good he
can, he won't be a Pythian.' Help is
a world cry, which is coming from

every country on both hemispheres,

and the cry becomes louder in propor proportion
tion proportion as we Pythians take notice how

much we can exemplify the friendship

of Damon and Pythias.

A good deed is never lost. He that
sows courtesy reaps friendship, and

he that plants kindness, gathers love

All we Pythians should learn to love
and understand what is beautiful,

what is inspiring, what is helpful and

despise what is' vulgar, weak and de
grading.

A noble nature alone knows how to

attract the noble, and alone knows
how to retain them. Greatness in any

individual is a noble nature. Nature

has written a letter of credit on some
men's faces, which is honored where

ever presented. Any of us that has

not that letter should get busy and

have nature to give us a letter of

credit.

The making of friends who are real
friends is one of the best tokens we

have of a man's success in life.
Friendship cheers like a sunbeam,
charms like a good story, inspires
like a brave leader, binds like a gol golden
den golden chair, guides like a heavenly vis vision.
ion. vision. Be a friend and the rest will
follow. No Pythian should contract
a friendship with any one whom he
knows to not be as good as himself,
while it is true that the good will of
any one is better than the ill will.
The so-called friend that serves and
seeks, for gain, and follows but for

DEDICATE NEW CLUB HOUSE.
Pasadena (Cal.) scouts recently ded dedicated
icated dedicated their fine new clubhouse
presented to theui by the Rotary club
of the city, with appropriate ad addresses,
dresses, addresses, music and an exhibition of
scout work. The buildiDg is a fine one,
GO feet in length, with a 12x50-foot
porch. It has beamed ceiling, witt
special electric lighting and a huge
fireplace buiit entirely of stones from
the canyon. The shelf over the tire
place is of redwood and bears the In
scription "Do a Good Turn Daily.'

Why Stars Twinkle.
Because their light passes through
variously heated and moving currents
of air. which act as a refractor. Much
twinkling foretells bad weather. be because
cause because It denotes that these aerial cur currents
rents currents are more disturbed than usual.
1 Nipped in the Bud.
A buddy stopped drinking Budwelser.
His buddy said to him: "Bud, why, Birr"
The first buddy safd:
"I've a much clearer head
And feel certaJn I'm a bud wiser."
American Lectori Weeklr.
SCHOOL HOUSES FOR SALE

Notice is hereby given that the

board of public instruction, Marion

county, Florida, will receive bids on

November 8, 1921, for purchase of
Dallas school house, near Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, also old Kendrick school house,
ircluding one-half acre of land at
Kendrick. Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.

By order of the Board of Public

Instruction. H. G. Shealy,
27-fri-mon-wed-sat Secretary.

MACK TAYLOR
Ocala, Florida 1'hohe 34S

Hodge Brothers
MOTOR CARS

COOK'S MARKET & GROCERY
j Everything To Eat

S MEATS AND GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES $z

Telephone No. 243

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candies fresh daily. Quality Fruit

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In the heart of the Lity with Iic;nrLnp: Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenince. in e;. a room. Dining room ervir la
second to nonv

ROBERT A?. MF.YES,
.Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER SI, 1921

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HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

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EAT
at the
RIALTO CAFE
Up-to-Date lench Connter
v and Dining Room
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

fj Sea Foods, Western

Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
JOHN METRIE
Proprietor
103 South Magnolia St.

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

SEE ME FOR
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
My Vfork is Guaranteed
W, A. TINSMAh

the StuccomKan"
Phone 39 212 Orange Ace.

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Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
T 1 r T? 1 TV A.

xctic line ui jLiicti i tat j.tita
We use genuine parts in our
FORD REPAIRING
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.
Phone 252

PLANT
Orange Trees
pineapple, parson
brown, Valencia
j LATE AND LUE GlM
GONG ORANGE AND
TANGERINE TREES
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
OCALA, FLA.

tssati

American Actresses Win Popu Popularity
larity Popularity in Europe
Those persons who believe nothing
but a pretty face is necessary to make
you a popular movie star should read
what film producers In England and
France are up against la their search'
for young women who can make good
in motion pictures. May Stranatfcan
writes In the Pittsburgh Dispatch.
They claim there are Just as many
pretty girls In England and France as
there are in America though doubtless
this Is an exaggeration but they admit
their pretty girls do not screen as well
as those of America. They frankly ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge the reason Is lack of brains.
These producers say brains are neces necessary
sary necessary to success as a movie actress.
Rene Navarre," French actor and
would-be film producer who aspires to
make his film city at Nice the rival of
the one at Los Angeles, after which it
is modeled, says he has tried hundreds
of beautJfdl French women and girls,
but they have failed miserably before
the camera because of lack of the
quick intelligence necessary to catch
the point of a pose. In despair, he
says the only thing to do Is to start
an academy for the training of camera camera-stars.
stars. camera-stars. Miss Violet Hopkins, one of the few
English girls who have made a success
in motion pictures, attributes the suc success
cess success of the American girl' to her am ambition,
bition, ambition, thoroughness, her willingness to
work hard and her study of types,
not only of to-day, but In literature, In Including
cluding Including history and poetry.
So the American girl scores again.
CHEERFULNESS AS AN ASSET
Why Mirth Has Been Called "God's
Medicine" by Those Capable of
Appreciating It.
Mirth has been called God's medi medicine.
cine. medicine. There are few persons who can cannot
not cannot testify to the saving value of a
smile. There Is a story told of a man
who received a wire while on a busi business
ness business trip that his business had been
wiped out by fire, i The depression
which followed this news threatened
for a time his mental balance, and he
even gave serious thought to taking
his own life.
While In this dangerous mood he
received a letter from his daughter, a
girl of nine, which read: "Dear Dad Daddy
dy Daddy I went down to see your store that
was burned and it looked awfully
pretty all covered with ice. Love and
kisses from Helen. --
The man laughed and the day was
saved. That glint of humor was like
a ray of sunshine in a dark cell. The
spirit of the man was released from
the prison of his gloom.
Lincoln on the day that he read to
his cabinet the emancipation proclama proclamation
tion proclamation opened that Important meeting
by reading from Artemus Ward. When
rebuked by one of his serious-minded
cabinet officers for having called them
into on Important session to hear such
nonsense, Lincoln replied : "Why don't
you laughgentlemen? If I couldn't
laugh I would die.
Emerson has said, "Nothing will
supply the .want of sunshine for
peaches, and to make knowledge valu valuable
able valuable there must be cheerfulness.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Fraternal Ordres! LEG,M chapuin sets pace

Iowa Department Official, Elected
( Sheriff, With Aid of Buddies,
Rounds Up Criminals.
When veterans of tbe World war hi
Des Moines. Ia elected Rev. W. K.
Cobb, chaplain of

' tae Iowa depart-
I ; Vv nient of the" Amer-
I vV ican Legion, tQ
t y the office

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B.'L. Adams, Secretary.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended- to
visiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

-Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle haH. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

AUCTIONEERING

When you want y our house,
I furniture, stock r ;Dols of
I any Ymd sold, h will auction
s it off for you, and get full
market value. Consult him if
5 you have o nothing to sell.
I J.H.CRAMER
I I P.O.Box 310 Ocala, Fla.
I Telephone 419

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

Vhy Cattle Are "Mavericks."
Sam Maverick migrated from Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts to Texas in the early days
of the great West and entered upon
the business of raising cattle. He pur purchased
chased purchased several herds and put them
out to roam the range. Whether from
ignorance or from Implicit faith In the
honesty of the neighbors. It never oc occurred
curred occurred to Mr. Maverick that it might
be wise to put his brand upon his
stock.
At round-up time, whenever a cow cowboy
boy cowboy found an unbranded animal, he
would cry: "There's a Maverick.
And. generally being of the unre unre-generate
generate unre-generate type, he would use his own
brand on his find. The name Maver Maverick
ick Maverick soon began to-be generally applied
and to acquire a distinct metaphorical
meaning; and when men had opinions
which were vague and undecided, they
were declared by Westerners of the
old days to hold "Maverick views."

Why Knock on Wood.
Because there was at one time a
general belief that trees and human humanity
ity humanity were allied In close bonds of union,
and that certain trees had healing
qualities. It was customary for a per person
son person afflicted with disease to take a
woolen string of three colors, and with
his right hand tie his left loosely to
the limb of aNtree,- then slip it out
and hasten homeward without casting
a glance back, the belief being that
he disease was transferred to the tree
by touching it. Thus from a tree it
has become common practice to touch
any article of wood to ward oft misfortune.

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.

Why Peanuts Are Good Food.
More than 2.000.000 acres in this
country were planted with peanuts last
year. The demand for them is Increas Increasing
ing Increasing by leaps and bounds They are
one of the most nutritious foods known
to man, one pound of them (shelled)
containing nearly half a pound of fat
and a quarter of a pound of protein,
both high-grade and readily digesti digestible.
ble. digestible. For running the body machine
they are three times as efficient as an
equal weight of beef and five times
as efficient as an equal weight of eggs.

EAT AT THE MAXTNE

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

TO THE PUBLIC

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

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE

$100 CASH
And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finished and
painted inside and out.
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large garage. See
L C. JORDAN,
OWNER
OFFICE OVER
JAKE'S

.or ...

J

sheriff of Polk

county, they dis disregarded
regarded disregarded party
lines for the good
of the community.
The Legion chap chap-lain
lain chap-lain ran far
ahead of his op op-ionent
ionent op-ionent In the face
of a landslide

Auer ite usauuiecT his office. Sheriff
Robb set a pace that woke up the
county. He seized more illicit liquor
and bootleggers in the first 60 days
of his term than his predecessor ob obtained
tained obtained in two years. His 21 deputies
were almost all members of the Amer American
ican American Legion.
Then he turned his attention to an
alleged graft ring composed of Des
Moines police officials. He caused the
demotion of the chief of police, his as assistant
sistant assistant and the chief of detectives.
Chaplain Robb was a theological
student at Drake university in Des
Moines when war was declared. In
some manner he succeeded In obtain obtaining
ing obtaining a commission as a chaplain in the
army before he was ordained and went
overseas with the One Hundred and
Sixty-eighth Infantry. He served 18
months In France, was decorated with
a D. S. C. for bravery under fire and
was Idolized by the doughboys of his
regiment.
Upon his return he wrote and pub published
lished published "The Price of Our Heritage, a
book depicting the 'prominent part in
the World war taken by men of Iowa.

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to Serve in New Hospitals
for Veterans.
A nation-wide canvass to obtain
three hundred graduate nurses to

care for sick and
wounded veterans
of the World war
is being made by
Mrs. Mary A.
Hickey, assistant
superintendent of
nurses, U. S. pub

lic health service.

and a member

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post of the Amerl f U

can Legion.
"We are ready
to open up two

new hospitals for our wounded and
disabled men at Chelsea, Mass., and
Gulf port, Mlss as soon as we can re recruit
cruit recruit 300 nurses to take care of the
boys," said Mrs. Hickey.
The record of Mrs. Hickey In the
World war includes service as nurae
with both the French and American
armies. She was a member of Base
Hospital unit No. 87 at Toul and later
served as chief nurse at Fort Mo Mo-Henry,
Henry, Mo-Henry, Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Hickey can be reached at the
Polyclinic hospital, 345 West Fiftieth
street. New York city, and will give
full Information upon request. Ap Application
plication Application blanks, however, for this
service may be obtained from the
chief nurse, Polyclinic hospital, or di direct
rect direct from the surgeon general, U. 8.
public health service, Washington,
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FOLLOWED YANKS BACK HOME

Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf

Salt n allot, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

Member of London Rifle Brigade Likes
American Boys and Is Anxious
to Be Citizen.
Tommy Atkins and the doughboy
might have aired different views

when London en entertained
tertained entertained a por portion
tion portion of the Ameri American
can American Expeditionary
Force, and there
are few cases
where Tommy fol followed
lowed followed the Yanks
back home.
Baden Grin die of
the London Rifle
RH carlo rtlr! how.

cans were uis u un undies
dies undies up and down

Piccadilly Circus and he swapped
yarns and magazines with them in
London hospitals. He grew homesick
for them last summer and caught the
next boat out of Liverpool.
Although he will not be eligible for
membership In the American Legion
until he becomes an American citi citizen.
zen. citizen. Grindle wanted to show the ex ex-service
service ex-service men's organization where he
stood. While in hospital he passed
away his idle moments in making a
large replica of the American Legion
emblem on a brass plate, A buddy
lent him a Legion button as a model.
He took the plate to national head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the Legion recently as a
token of friendship and asked If some someone
one someone wouldn't have a law passed so
he could become a citizen without
further ado.
Grindle is now working In a photo photographic
graphic photographic studio In Indianapolis, Ind,
counting the days until he can be become
come become a full-fledged buddy.

THE PEERLESS TIRE
6000 miles guaranteed
30x3 nonskid 9.00
30x3 nonskid $12.00
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
Jus. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533

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Merchants Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

iCgl n ItJJ Trv It it is a hard uhrat tlnnr

Cherry Belt

as good as any and less in price

UNEETXrtS and all former
10c ekes. Crackers... OC

Three packages
for.....
AH former 20c pkga.
Crackers

Tall Pink f-
Salmon IOC

Campbell's Soup
per can.....
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar
Octagon Soap,
three bars for
Export Soap,
per dozen .........

20c
15r

12c
45c
8c
21c

55 c

Cherry Bell Flour 1 QC
24. lb sack vlOu

$1.20
. 60c

30c
30c
40c
75c

snate Coffee, 1 A
three pounds for. Vllv

Sauer's Self Rising
24 15 sack.......
Sauer's Self Rising

12 lb. sack
Walter Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pound of
good Tea
Senate Coffee
per pound. .........
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for. ....

Senate Coffee,

Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans for
' Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle. .
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle.:..
Beddick Peanut Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,'
. large

40c
75c
65c
40c
30c
15c

Evaporated Milk, CM 7A
large, per dozen. .

7c
80c
25c
95c
65c
30c
15c
60c
15c

Evaporated Milk,
small. .'.
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen..,
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hont
Quart cans
of Syrup
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per quart

Pcrlsa Feed far Cows. .Chickens and Horses. Free Deliv ery

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211 two', rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf

Get your cucumbers, beans, lettuce,
celery and bananas, apples, oranges
andavocado pears at the Dixie Fruit
Store, netx to gas office, in Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall building. 28-3t

THfe g, I can now give you the
?5NsJ very latest, up-to-date
sJ' niethods, assuring you
ke J$ the most careful and
thoro service.
OB,' K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
Try our jelly rolls, poppy seed ropls
and cinnamon rolls once and, youH
want no others. Federal Bakery. 6t

OVERLAND and WILLYS KNIGH1
Bfcfh Touring Cars

iiiuv Speed Wagons
Fall Line Parts and Accessories
Fall Line of GOODYEAR Tires '.
"EX1DE" Batteries and Recharging
and Repairing
Bicycles and Supplies
B. F. CONDON
Fort King Ave. & Osceola St. Ocala, Florida

Sugar cookies, oatmeal cookies, ap apple
ple apple and peach pies, cocoanut layer
cakes, the best you ever ate, at the
Federal Bakery. 21-6t

TRANSFER

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UiMTE LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc

fym movl pack, ship I LONG DISTANCE MOVING

FlfT- MOVS, PACK, SHIP

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1921

We Have
Your School
Ever sharp
Stop in today and eetyour
Eversharp for School. We
have them in Fed. Blue,
and Black enamel take
your choice. Remember;
this is a genuine Ever-
sharp. It carries eoougfii -lesfci
up its sleeve to last
all year. It has a bandy
eraser out in the open
ready for use.Three styles:
long, 50c; short with ring;.
60c; long with dipt 65c.
Get yours today.
EVERSHARP
50$
the
to
Ike Court Pharmacy
I at
Won Get a Run
for your money at our
Plant. We are not alter
- 7Aiii trad and will snre-

st i li."iAttl;lbtit is steadily returning to normal

Jr lilaAC it vi miwviii iw
yon to deal with us.
WE Insure a Long Run tor
Your Tires, 7
ELALOCK-BROS:
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
OCALA, FLORIDA
C V. Roberts
Phone 305
Barney Spencer
Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER 4 1
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMEN1
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
IADS SCHEDULE
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 v Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 aja
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 xo
2:55 am NTTork-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-NTork 2:33 urn
1:45 cm 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 nm Leesbure 6:42 am
4 :45 pm Gainesville ? 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
NOTICE
The citv council will receive bids
on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., for sale of the lot on which the
city barn is located and described, as
follows: :
A lot in the city of Ocala, measur measuring
ing measuring approximately 580 feet east and
west, bv 300 feet north- and south.
bounded south by May street and east
by Sanchez street, extending west
from the west line of Sanchez street
to the extension of Watula street
about 580 feet, running north from
May street to the Taylor property,
about S00 feet- Citv reserving tne
barn. H. C. Sistrunk,
10-31-tf CityCterk.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

DCAlA OCCIHEIK

If you have any society items for
Star, please call five-one.
Mr. Mack Carter, after a week's

I illness, is again at his post at the ex

press office.

Mrs. James Nicholas and little son

nave returned home from their visit

BushnelL
This is "a Studebaker year. tf
in
The sewing circle of the Eastern j of

Stars will meet at the Masonic hall J against the radiator of the truck, and
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Iwas immediately pushed down, luckily

' Mr. aftd Mrs. H. C. Packham have (passed clear over her before Mr. Fra-

eturned to- Ocala after a delightful

summer spent in Philadelphia and

Cape May.

Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
Mrs. J. 0. Good and Miss Annie
Benton Fuller will entertain four
tables of auction players tonight at
the Arms House.
,
,
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.
Phone 443. 18-tf
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will hold a regular
meeting tomorrow night at 8 o'clock
the club rooms.
Get your cucumbers, beans, lettucei
celery and bananas, apples, oranges

landavocado pears at the Dixie Fruit

I Store, netx to gas office, in Harring
ton Hall building. 28-3t
Gen. W. E. McGahagin,: who was
one of the South's dashing cavaliers
in the civil war. is home from the
I Confederate reunion in Chattanooga.

: Tne Ocala Telephone "Company was where they went to attend the foot foot-hard
hard foot-hard hit hy' the stbrm. All its coun- fsm-game. They remained in DeLand
try lines and more than a hundred wjth Harold Smith, who was hurt in
city phones were put out of business, Saturdav's came, but who we are

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTBEIENTS
LOST On Saturday morning, a pair
lof "eyeglasses witlT aluminum bows
and case. Return to Star -office and
receive .reward. 31-tf
FOR SALE-Good milk cow giving
" about ten quarts a day; gentle and
in excellent : condition. C. A. Hol Hol-loway,
loway, Hol-loway, 715 lime' street, or phone
378. 31-6t
FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in" fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har
rington Hall hotel. 30-tf
G OLDEN ACRE 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
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
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
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., i 25-6t
FOR RENT Extra large and well
ventilated rooms, furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, hot and cold water in
bath. Largest and best rooms in
town for the money. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 26-tf
LOST One brown "Jersey, smooth
crop, split and under bit, smooth
crop, split and upperbit; with bell,
halter and dragging piece of trace.
Reward if returned to E. Bomolini,
phone 322, North Ocala. 28-6t
MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1000
pounds when grown; sound; price
- three hundred and fifty to four hun
dred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf
FOR RENTr-Furnished -residence,
-with six rooms and bath; gas and
electricity; immediate possession
P. H. Hensley, 27 Daugherty St. 6t
PAINTING For the better class of
interior painting and refinishing
furniture and pianos, phone 107. T.
D. Dillon. 29-6t

cy. The management tried to secure
help from other towns to repair its
lines, but its requests were all met
with the answer that the other towns
were worse off than Ocala.

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One of the children that play in
the vicinity of the Star office "had a
narrow escape from death or maim maiming
ing maiming this morning. The child, a little
girl, was at Mr. Mack Taylor's serv service
ice service station when Mr. Carroll Fraser

drove "ud with an auto-truck load of

gasoline. He was luckily driving
very slowly. The child stepped out
from behind one of the cars standing

the station and right in the way
the truck. She put her hands
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under the middle of the truck, which

ser could stop it.4 The child is
as

lively as ever but Carroll hasn't quite

succeeded in pushing his heart back
down his throat to its proper place. A
less careful driver and the child
would now be dead or crippled.
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
ject to change. lC-l-30t
Miss Estelle McAteer, one of the
many .Marion county girls valued as
teachers in other counties, and now
teaching in Fort Meade, writes that
she needs at least once a week a
comprehensive letter from home, such
as she can find in the Weekly Star.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
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
Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Borland return-
at home last
night from DeLana,
glad to say was able to, return home
last night and is looking forward to
playing Saturday.
Goldenacre paper shell pecan r.uts
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
75e. and 50c. ner nound. 17-tf
Beginning tomorrow, hunting li
censes can be had at the county
judge's office. The season opens Nov
20 but it is just as well to secure a
license sooner. Hunters should also
post themselves on the game' law, in
which some changes were made at the
recent session of the legislature.
We can make you specially attrac
tive prices on. house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19. 10-1 1-tf
Messrs. Dewey and Lawrence open opened
ed opened their new restaurant on the west
side" of the public square Saturday
evening. They have a nice place and
are giving their patrons good service.
Their supplies for dinner gave out
yesterday long before all their pa patrons
trons patrons were served.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Nichols have re
turned from their honeymoon spent
on the East Coast and. are now at
home to their friends in the Van Hood
apartments on Fort King.
Get your cucumbers, beans, lettuce,
celery and bananas, apples, oranges
andavocado pears at the Dixie Fruit
Store, hetx to gas office, in Harring
ton Hall building. 28-3t
Mrs. Annie W. Van Deman, who
attended the Confederate reunion at
Omttnnnotra. as state chaoerone of I
the Florida Division of the S. C. V.,
returned today to Asheville, N. C.
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. 14-6t
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will hold its regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. C. S.
Cullen tomorrow, Tuesday, afternon,
at 3:30 o'clock.
This is a Studebakp- var.
tf
Mr. Linn Sanders is here from Mi- j
ami for a brief visit, and is receiving
a warm welcome frorn his Ocala
friends.
Mrs. George K. Robinson and
daughters, Mrs. Edgar Mills-Price of
Boston and four attractive children,
and Mrs. Donald Schreiber and little
Charlotte, of Youngstown, Ohio, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Saturday night. Mrs.

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debt. Improvements are being made at the fairgrounds.

exhibit features are

creased. Special attention is being given to live stock and citrus
fruits. The Community exhibits will again be a big feature. The
midway attractions will be provided by the famous Johnny Jones
ExDosition which comes here direct from the, Florida State Fair

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Mills-Price and. Mrs. Schreiber will
spend the winter in Ocala, which will
be good news to their many friends
here.
Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store

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Mr. John Batts arrived in town
yesterday for a short visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Batts and
his brother, Mr. George Batts and
family.
Pompanft and Spanish Mackerel nt
the City Fish Market. tf
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Notice Is hereby given to all whom It
may concern, that Elizabeth 8. Bryant,
as suardian of the estates of Elizabeth
Uryant Jr., Frank C. Bryant, James
S. liryant and Margaret Bryant, minors,
will, on the
7ih limy of November, A. D. 1921,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can fbe
heard, apply to the Honorable U. is
Futch, county juiRe of iMarlon county.
Florida, at hi.s ofhee in Ocala, nonaa,
for authority to sell at private sale, the
following described real estate and
property of the said TOinora located In
Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
(1.) Northwest quarter (nw) oi
northwest quarter nw) or norxn norxn-west
west norxn-west quarter (nw4) and west half
twVi) oi east half (e1) of northwest
quarter (nw) of northwest quarter
(nw',4) of section twenty-nine (29).
township seventeen (17) south, range
twenty-four (21) east, containing 20
acre?, more or less, with all personal
property on or used in connection
with the said land; also
(2.) The interest of the said minors la
an undivided one-halt interest in a
pumping outfit and piping owned
jointly by the late Frank O. Bryant
and A. A- Bartlett. and a boat house
located on tht shore of Lake Weir;
also
3.) Southwest quarter (iw!4) of
northwest quarter (nwU) of north northwest
west northwest quarter nw-s4) of section twenty-nine
(29). township seventeen (17)
outii, range twenty-four (24) east.

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r-onta;ning 10 acres, more or less; aiso
H ) A lot or tract of land lying; and
situate in section twenty (20), town township
ship township seventeen (17) south, range ;
twenty-four (23) east, described as
ni, nmeneins at a stake on the north
s i e of Main street, kuth Lake Weir,
3il feet and 6 inches east by 40 feet
north from the southwest corner of
section twenty, thence run north 00
feet to a .take on the south side of
Knox avenue, thence run east on said
suns 194 feet and 4 -inches to a
stake, thence run south $00 feet to &
stake on the north ide of Main
treet, thence run west 194 feet and
four Sr.iT.es to point of beginning:,
containing 2 and 28-100ths acres,
more or less; also
(: Northeast quarter (ne) of
n-.rthe:iJBt quarter nel4). except
southwest quarter (aw4) of north northeast
east northeast quarter (ne) of northeast,
quarter (teU), section twenty-fou
(24). township seventeen (17) sout'u,
ranse twenty-four (24 east, con containing
taining containing 20 acres, more or less; also
(6.) Southwest quarter mw) of t

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twenty-seven (27), and northwest
quarter ( n w 4 ) of southeast quarter
f.aeU) f northwest quarter (nwH)
of section twenty-seven (27) all in.
township seventeen (17) south, ajwse
twenty-four (24), east, containing 50
acres, more or les: alo
7. All the personal "property on or
ued in connection with the ataovo
(ie-fribel tracts of land.
All of the above described property
tj h subject to the dower interest f
!"i:;beth S. Bryant, widow of the late
Trak C. rtryrnt. 1 erased.
Sill lar..!s and property above Je Je-t(.i
t(.i Je-t(.i helonzir.K to the estate of
Frisik C. Bryant, deceased, and to be
fnr the be't Interest of the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid minors.
T:-;s 3rd dy of Otoer. 1921.
ELIZABETH S. BRYANT.
r'ct Ouardlan.
W. K. Lane, 31. D, pT: Mcian asd
surgeon, sneciaTist eye. ear, noseI
'.hroat. Office over S and 1 8 rent rtore.
Ocala. Fla- Adv.-tf

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