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WEATHE2 FORECAST Unsettled weather, probablj rain tonight and Tuesday; no change in temperature.
TEJIPE2ATUIIIS Thia morning, C3; tils afternoon. 74.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1921
STORM TEOOOn OF
THE TROPIC SEAS
TO REDUCE RATES
LED THE MBIT
1'JAS TOO CLOSE
I 1)1 A j A
ct n ne
gluds of mm
Eriscd Declares His Country's Army
The Barrier Against Revenge
Washington, Nov. 21 (Associated
Press). Germany, while apparently
disarmed, Premier Briatad told the
armament conference today, could
with her present machinery raise an
army of six or seven million men. At
least 250,000 Germans are receiving
daily military instruction, he said.
Although part of Germany evidently
wants peace and is ready to get back
to peaceful pursuits, the French pre premier
mier premier declared another portion, headed
by the Ludendorffs and others of the
military caste, is continuing to preach
the eld Prussian doctrines. In a dra dramatic
matic dramatic speech lasting an hour Briand
outlined to the conference "what's
being done at the door of France,"
which he added wants i peace. "How
caa any one ask France to disarm
". under such conditions?', he said.
BRITAIN WILL STAND BY
When Premier Briand finished
speaking, Arthur J. B&lfour. head of
the British delegation,! presented the
viewpoint of Great Britain and in re reply
ply reply to Briand practically pladged the
"support of Great Briltain to France
in the face of the lust for domina domination."
THE ITALIAN AND JAPANESE
Senator Schanzer, for Italy, told
'the conference although Italy thought
200,000 men a just quota for her
army, plans were being, made for a
further reduction. Baron Kato said
Japan wants such an army as "abso "absolutely
lutely "absolutely accessary for purely defensive
purposes" in the far east.
POWERFUL FORCE OF POLICE
In his address Premier Briand de declared
clared declared at least a quarter of a million
Germans were receiving military
training daily with all machinery for
their mobilization at hand. He said
the present German government ap apparently
parently apparently was doing all it could to
carry out the Versailles treaty but
many disquieting developments were
threatening this government and ask
ed who could say how long it would
remain in power. Russia, he said, is
boiling with anarchy and retained
power to mobilize twenty million men.
He asked what would become of
France if the bolsheviki joined the
Germans. He explained that Ger Germany's
many's Germany's quarter million men were
supposed to be local police.
FRANCE WANTS SECURITY
Strasbourg, Nov. 21. Premier
Briand will declare for guarantees
necessary, for the security of Franci
at the Washington conference, Min Minister
ister Minister of War Barthou said in an ad address
dress address here at the celebration of the
third anniversary of the return of
, French troops to Strasbourg. He said
France was ready to accept the limi limitation
tation limitation of land armaments on certain
conditions, such as complete disarma disarmament
ment disarmament of Germany. j
BUSY SCENE AT
THE FAIR GROUNDS
If there has been 'any doubt what whatever
ever whatever t that the fourth annual Marion
County Fair will be the greatest yet
held, that doubt has been dispelled by
the scene out at the fair grounds to today.
day. today. Everythingpoints to. a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful fair. All is bustle at the grounds
and every one seems to be in fine
humor. Enthusiasm is running high.
The livestock exhibiit will be one of
the best, if not the 'best yet held. The
famous dairy herd i from the Chace
farm near Tampa' will come direct
from the state fair. This exhibit will
be of special interest in view of the
establishment here of a creamery and
the movement to develop the dairy in industry
dustry industry in Marion county. The prize
winning Poland-China hogs of W. M.
Gist of Mcintosh, and W. C. Blood of
Ocala, have arrived! here from the
state fair, following their triumphs in
Jacksonville and at fairs in Georgia.
Many improvement have been made
at the. fair grounds!. The fair opens
tomorrow morning at eight o'colck.
GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO
JOIN THE COAST GUARD
Exam "nations will be held at va
rious places in the United States be
ginning January 3j 1922. Age limit
for appointment an cadet, 18 to 24
years. Age limit for appointment as
cadet engineer, 20 to 25 years. Addi
tional blanks and information may be
obtained by addressing Senator D. U.
Fletcher, 337 Senata Office Building,
Washington, D. C
Army Engineers, Who Were Inspect Inspecting
ing Inspecting Rivers and Harbors on The
Eastern Side of the State
Jacksonville Nov. 21. Senator D.
U. Fletcher, and a board of army en engineers
gineers engineers arrived here today for inspec inspection
tion inspection of the St. Johns river from May May-port
port May-port to Jacksonville, which local in interests
terests interests are seeking to have deepened.
The party has been to Miami and
West Palm Beach on a similar mis mission.
sion. mission. The engineers leave tonight for
bw Series Maxell
A Real Sensation
Reveals Beauty and Goodness Here Heretofore
tofore Heretofore Unknown to Its Class
DISC WHEELS, CORD TIRES AND
DRUM TYPE LAMPS REGU REGULAR
LAR REGULAR EQUIPMENT
The expectation that the new or organization
ganization organization which assumed control of
the Maxwell interests "a year ago
would produce a motor car worthy of
the resources and strength of the
new company, is fully realized in the
new series of the good Maxwell now
cn exhibition at the show room of the
Carroll Motors Company.
In both the closed and open models
of this Maxwell is seen a distinct ad-
vunce in motor car design and con construction.
struction. construction. It is a finer car than preceding
Maxwells, retaining and improving
upon the good mechanical points
which gave the good Maxwell such a
name for serviceability, low costs and
Its beauty of lines sets it off in any
company, and the fittings and details
of construction are in strict keeping
with its remarkable fieauty,
The radiator has been moved slight slightly
ly slightly forward to give greater body
length and is larger, thus raising the
hood and giving an appearance of
strength and massiveness at the front
Drum type head lamps, nickel trim
med, of the type, used on cars" of the j
costliest range, give an added dash of
beauty and good style.
Disc steel wheels demountable at
the hub and rim, are standard equip equipment
ment equipment on all models, although wood
wheels are optional. Straight side
cord tires, 31 x 4, are standard equip equipment
ment equipment and so is Alemite chassis lu lubrication.
brication. lubrication. ". Riding comfort has been given
particular attention. The back cush cushions
ions cushions of the seats, were especially de designed
signed designed on a new principle; the springs
are longer, and the car is lower with without
out without sacrificing head room.
The open cars are upholstered in
real leather and the enclosed models
in a special broadcloth.
The touring car and roadster are
fitted with newly designed curtains
hat open with the doors and which
attach to the body by means of spe special
cial special fasteners which operate easily.
A modern feature of the open
models is the opiate glass window in
the rear, and in the touring car there
is a special compartment in the rear
of the front seat for storing the side
In all models careful consideration
has been given to the placing of -the
steering wheel, pedals and control
levers, so that the car is extremely
easy to handle and driving comfort is
The sedan and coupe will undoubt
edly take their place among the coun country's
try's country's finer cars produced, without re
gard to price.
The windows are mounted in rub
ber strips to insure against rattle,
and a small button on three of the in interior
terior interior door handles operates the lock
from the inside, while the right front
door, is locked from the outside with
Small drum type lamps, duplicates
- i s i
m design ot tne neaa ngnts, are
mounted on the cowl and they, with
the- tail lamp, operate from an inde independent
pendent independent switch for parking.
The upper half of the windshield is
hinged at the top and lower half is
singed at the bottom an entirely new
arrangeemnt which permits any de
sired adjustment for ventilation and
at the same time gives positive in insurance
surance insurance against leakage.
A windshield, wiper is standard on
all types and a rear vision mirror in
the closed models. It
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phons
103. Main Street Market. tf
Cloudbursts Struck .the Unif'irtunate
Island Near Messina and Are
Devastating the Entire
Messina, Sicily, Nov. 21.(By the
Associated Press) Cloudbursts have
devastated the whole country side in
the region of this city, entire villages
being swept away by floods and lines
of communication broken. Hundreds
of persons are homeless, and several
BRINGING LAW BREAKERS
UP IN BUNCHES
New York, Nov. 21.- Forty-nine
terra cotta .manufacturers were called
to trial today by Federal District
Judge Van Fleet to face charges of
violations of the anti-trust law. The
ir diet men ts were filde fless than eight
weeks ago and all speed records are
said to have been broken in rushing
the case to ; court. Sentences upon
pleas of guilty entered by fifty-three
tiling contractors will be passed Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday STUDYING TO IMPROVE
ITS FLORIDA SYSTEM
Mr. C. K. Sage, manager of the
local office of the Western Union
Telegraph Company, has ; returned
from a three day conference held at
the Seminole hotel, JacksWrille, with
officials of, the company and mana managers
gers managers of offices in the state of Florida.
Among the company officials pres present
ent present were A. C. Kaufman of New York,
general commercial agent; H. W.
Griffis of Atlanta, division commer
cial agent; L. J. Maxwell of Jackson
ville, superintendent, and Gr T. Butts
district commercial agent, Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. During the conference and on the
program were seevral important pa
pers dealing with the neeIs of the
service in the state. While the dis
cussions were confined more or less to
technical subjects, or those with a
direct bearing on the operation of the
telegraph lines of the sts.te, it was
plainly brought out that during the
last few years the telegraph has be become
come become a more important factor in the
geenral run of commerce than ever
before and is now employed extens extensively
ively extensively by business houses far building
greater sales and for developing new
Rates, services of all classes and
efficiency were among the subjects
handled at the meeting. Twenty-five
of the larger Florida office managers
were present, who addressed the
meeting on subjects that were of
much interest to alL The visiting
officials addressed the meeting after a
round-table 'discussion wa.ii held.
BURGLARS BUS Y
The home of Mrs. J. H. Brooks, on
the corner of North Second and Or Orange
ange Orange streets, was entered, early Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening by a burglar or burg burglars,
lars, burglars, who went through the house, se selecting
lecting selecting what was desired with utmost
care. Miss Ernestine Brooks suffered
the loss of some jewelry from her
room, while Miss Collie Clark, who
has a .room with the Brooks family,
lost some of her clothes. After tak
ing the clothes and jewelry, the thief
must have been hungry, tor the kitch
en was the next place viaited.
The robbery occurred between seven
and nine "o'clock in the evening, while
the family was sitting on the front
porch. The-burglar entered from the
rear and went through the house,
leaving a trail of burnt matches be
-The -police were notified, but the
thief had too good a start. Miss
Brooks, this morning, was summoned
to the sheriff's office and shown a
small leather bound volume which
when examined proved to be her New
Testament, which the thief had taken
and in his flight had either thrown
away or dropped about, two miles
from town. ,.r ;
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. "A la carte
service day and night. West side of
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket f or $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
Our yard and office will be closed
all day Thursday (Thanksgiving.)
R. II- Todd Lumber Co. 21-2t
'Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar.
It Already Exceeds by Three-Fourths
of a Million Bales the Amount
Set for Year's Production
Washington, Nov. 21. Cotton gin
ned" prior to Nov. 14th, amounted to
7,270,575 running bales, the census
bureau announced today, compared to
8,914,642 for the same date last year.
Florida's ginning to Nov. 14 is 17,007
bales. The total ginnings, according
to the census bureau, have already ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded by 733,575 bales the quantity
forecast for this year in the prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary estimate of the crop made early
in October by the department of agri
SHOCKED TO DEATH
Raleigh, N. O, Nov. 21. Will Y.
Westmoreland, convicted of the mur murder
der murder of J. H. Nance, a public chauffeur
near Statesboro a year ago, was elec electrocuted
trocuted electrocuted in the state prison here to today
day today Robbery was the alleged motive.
LAKE CITY, 36; OCALA, NAUGHT
Lake City high school blanked the
Ocala high school boys Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in Ocala. The Lake City boys
had what was necessary to win an
easy victory over our boys. They
made gains awill either through the
Ocala line or around the ends. For Forward
ward Forward passes were worked by both
teams a few times but were not con conspicuously
spicuously conspicuously successful. Smith and Hall
were Ocala's leaders in this game.
Smith made several nice runs around
end and Hall was good at tackling in
defensive play. Hall made several
tackles that were great stuff.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
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.
II. ?pr. 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.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second, and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome, Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxlers -and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall a 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
irg sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTniAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordia
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C
C. K. Sage,K. of R. & S.
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 cf fhe Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G- Churchill,. Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third FricCy of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv-tT
Pushing Its Way North to Meet The
Blood-Curd ling Blizzard
from the Pole
f Associated Frees)
Washington, Nov. 21w A West In
dian disturbance centered southeast
of New Providence, Bahamas, is ap
parently moving northwestward, the
weather bureau announced today.
Storm warnings will remain display
ed between Cape Henry and Savan-
h and advices of the disturbance
have been sent by radio to vessels off
the South Atlantic coast! The tem temperature
perature temperature is below zero in northwest northwestern
ern northwestern states.
SIDNEY CATTS CASE
ADJOURNED TO SPRING
Lake Butler, Nov. 21 The fall ses
sion of the Union county circuit court
at which the bribery charge against
fcrmer Governor Catts was scheduled
to come, opened here today, but the
first case called was that of Shelton
lall, charged with murder. Catts has
been here sirce Friday. The Catts
case went over until the spring term,
on motion of the defense," who said
an insufficient number of witnesses
WORLD LOVES A SINNER.
All the world does not love a lov
er, it is a cultivated taste, auea to
the natural man and unknewn to
childhood. But all the world does
love a sinner, either because be Is
convertible to a saint or because a
taste for lawbreaklng Is an Inheri Inheritance
tance Inheritance from our first parents, who
broke the one and only law Imposed
upon them, writes Agnes Reppller la
Century Magazine. The little chil children
dren children whom Fra Lippo Uppt sees
standing In a "row of admiration"
around the murderer on the altar step
express their Innocent Interest In
crime. Bayard, sans peur et sana
reproche, has never stirred the heart
of youth as Robin Hood, that bold
outlaw who "beat and bound" unpop unpopular
ular unpopular sheriffs and "readjusted'the dis distribution
tribution distribution of poverty delightful
phrase, as old as the world and as
fresh as tomorrow morning. The ter
rible and Tindeserved epithet, "blame "blameless,"
less," "blameless," has robbed great Arthur of his
Just nee a of homage. "The Master
Thief enjoyed, and still enjoys, un
Some interesting and reliable sta
tistics on the treasure to be gathered
from the sea and dug up from the
land are furnished by government re reports.
ports. reports. It is estimated that on an av average
erage average $1,000,000 worth of fish Is taken
from the waters of the world each
day, and that the farms of the United
States yielded the diggers more than
$5,000,000,000 In a year and the mines
almost as much. Gleaning from the
sea and digging from the land do not
bear the romantic name of treasure
hunting but "are Just plain every-day
It Is generally recognized that the
federal government is going to pay
Its debts and that it will get the money
from the people, but lfs highly Impor Important,
tant, Important, says Houston Post, to get the
burden on the backs of the poor as
soon as possible, as It Is beginning to
annoy the rich and well-to-do.
French balloon Ista may have made
longer trip t"" Lieutenants FarrelL
Hlnton and Kloor, but no air voyage
ever had so manhrllllng and roman romantic
tic romantic accompaniments as this plunge Into
northern Ontario's wildest spot of
The ex-kalser Is still represented as
confident that he will bo recalled to
rale as emperor 'of Germany. Alien Alienists
ists Alienists say that delusions of grandeur,
while comparatively mild In manifesta manifestation,
tion, manifestation, are among the hardest to cure.
The divorce ground Is desertion In
a suit brought against a husband who
Is reported to be "so feeble he cannot
leave the house." Maybe he goc Into
the cellar and couldn't get back up
Sometimes we wonder whether the
high school girl was really wrong when
she said that "service Is doing some something
thing something you do not want to do for some somebody
body somebody you do not want to do it for."
The prince of Monaco is going to
finance a research into the ancestry
of man. He is anxious to know how
far back our progenitors put coconuts
on the "red and black.
The American Women's Overseas
Legion will have to change Its name If
! doesnt wmt Its Initials to cause a
lot of rude mjrriment among the for former
mer former doughboys.
To Cut Down Tariff on Grain and Hay
Sixteen Per Cent by Decem December
ber December 28th
( Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 21 The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission today is issued
sued issued a positive order requiring rail railroads
roads railroads to put approximately a 16 per
cent decrease in hay and grain rates
into effect on or before next Decem December
ber December 20th.
Seaboard flir line's
Gives an Excellent Write-Up
Ocala and Silver Springs
The Seaboard Air Line's tourist
booklet for the season of 1921-22 is
out. It is entitled "Wintering ia the
South." The booklet is a mpst attrac attractive
tive attractive one and Ocala and Silver Springs
and the Oklawaha river are given
generous space. There are two pho
tographs of Ocala and one of Silver
Springs in the folder. These photo photographs
graphs photographs were furnished by the Marion
County Board of Trade at the request
of the Seaboard, the subjects being
selected by the railroad.
The write-up of Ocala and Silver
Springs is as follows:
"Ocala is the principal city in cen central
tral central Florida. It is well laid out with
wide shaded streets, substantial
homes, with an abundance of flowers
and shrubbery, and its several hotels
and boarding houses are patronized
by winter visitors. There are large
orange groves in the outlying country
with good roads leading to them, but
its great attraction is Silver Springs,
six miles away. A smooth boulevard
leads to it, and the drive, though
speedily made, is full of interest. The
visitor to Florida too often is misled
by the name of Silver Springs and
interprets it as meaning a mere
stream of water bubbling from the
ground, perhaps trickling off in a
small brook and, for that reason, Is
noi attracted to it. What a grievous
error! It really is a great subter subterranean
ranean subterranean river, which has here broken
its bondage, gushing forth 22,134,780
gallons per hour, forming a lake of
great depth from which Silver river
flows on to the Oklawaha and that to
the St. Johns, which empties into the
sea. But the marvel does not lie in
the volume so much as in the intri
cate and wonderful formation in the
bed of the pool eighty feel below the
m s . a
sun ace. oiass-bottomed boats are
used for carrying visitors over it, and
through water clearer than the at
mosphere, radiating a myriad of
prismatic colors, is a wonderful pic
tare of a vegetation and flora pecu peculiarly
liarly peculiarly its own and formations sug
gesting stalagmites and stalacites of
an inverted cavern. -Many kinds of
fish may be seen swimming about. A
comfortable boat leaves Silver Springs
daily through Silver river and the
Oklawaha to Palatka on the east
coast, a daylight trip through arches
of great tropical trees, banked by a
dense growth of luxuriant plants and
flowers, weird and enchantingj
EVER READY WILL
BE ALWAYS. READY
Blalock Brothers have taken the
Ocala agency for the Ever-Ready
storage battery and will maintain an
up to the minute service station at
their place at the corner of Oklawaha
avenue and North Main street. Mr.
Joe Blalock has been to the factory
of the Ever-Ready and studied the
battery from beginning to end under
the instructions of experts. With this
instruction he says he knows the bat
tery from A to Z and back again.
Chief of Police Gordon asks the
Star to tell people who want the
police to call Phone Five-Two-Seven
THE NEW TYPE MAXWELL
Mr. T. D. Bryan of the Carroll
Motors Company, drove over yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from JacksoEvflie one
of ihe new type, five-passenger Max Maxwell
well Maxwell rArs. The local dealers have
been paid, the compliment by dozens
of admiring people that itis the best
looking medium sized ear to be seen
in tlrji section. A detailed descrip description
tion description of tlie car appears elsewhere in
this issue of the Star. The car is on
display at the company's place cf
Erery Town in tie United States To
Have a Standard Unit Cf
Detroit, Nov. 21. Plans for organ
izing automobile clubs in small ar l
intermediate cities throughout tl.z.
country where such clubs are lackirj?
were discussed today at the annual
meeting of the American Automobile
Association here. The plan for pro
viding for the establishment cf a me mechanical
chanical mechanical aid service for auto club
members in all states was also up for
'ARABLE OF THE ETHIOPIAN
IN THE WOOD PILE
A friend sends the following copy
of a parable, found amid the ruins of
the Carnegie library in Jerusalem,
which was recently dug from a mass
of ruins that had laid upon it for not
ess tha.n 1SG0 years:
In the wood piles of a certain city
there dwelt an Ethiopian.
He was not very tall, neither was
he very short, nor was he very dark,
but like in color unto a gingercake.
And early in the morning he arose
and went unto his labors, before even
the doors cf the vineyard were un-
ocked, nor did he return until the
evening, and no man knew of his
And a certain just man of this city
marveled and said, "Whither goeth
this man to his labors' and no man
answered him a word.
And the just man made outcry con
cerning this Ethiopian, and inquired
of him from other laborers of the
vineyard, "Whence cometh this man
and whither doth he go?" But they
answered him and said, "We know
not the man."
And the chief priest and elders of
the city noticed that a cloud of gas
was issuing from a city sewer, like
unto a pestilence, which reached even
unto the council chamber.
And one of the elders of the city
answered and said, "Peradventure
this man whom thou seekest goeth to
his labors in the Fewer pipes, and
leaveth the lid off."
And the chief priest gathered unto
him the elders of the city and said
unto them, "Lo, this pestilence which
cometh among us, behold how it pol-
luteth the political atmosphere. What
shall we do with this man who lifteth
the lid, and causeth this abomina abomination
And the elders said, "Let us lay
hold on him."
So the chkf priest called unto him
the chief of the guard cf the city,
who beareth upon his breast a shield
of burnished bronze, with the figure
of an eagle upon it, and the inscrip inscription
tion inscription of the "First Seizer," and said
"Take unto. thyself three changes
of raiment, and a short piece of lead
pipe, disguise thyself as a sanitary
inspector, lay thou wait for this man.
And it shall come to pass, that when
thou findest him thou shalt lay hold
upon him, bind him with cords, and
dump him in the tank at the city park
with the gold fish, that we may de
liver him to the people as an offering,
and they in turn to the grand jury."
And the chief of the "guard went
forth, and toiled all day, but caught
But when the evening was come, he
asked of the head man cf the vine vineyard,
yard, vineyard, "What know ye of this matter,"
and the head man answered and said,
"He was but is not."
And on the sixth day of the week,
towards evening, when the head man
of the vineyard went out to pay
unto the laborers their hire, he found
not the man, neither came he to get
his check, and the head man said unto
the elders, "Lo! this man goeth south
to a far country to plck fruit, and
to labor in another man's vineyard.
Now there stood in the house of the
elders of the city five ewers cf water,
and five white-wash brushes, and
after the ewers had been well filled,
each washed his hand? in hi3 own
vessel, after the established custom,
saying, "Behold, I wash my bards of
And after the chamber cf tie
house had been well cleaned, the
chief priest took his brush, and after
he had dipped it ia the white-wash,
smote with it upon the doer-posts cf
the house, and upon the liste!
"Behold, this pestilence hath passed
from among us."
'And turning unto the people, he
asked of them, "Believest thou this?"
And they answered fciza "XL cm
knowest that we believe,
Ask for the new "sweet" Honey bo?
at the Federal Eakery.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1921
R. K. CrrI!, PrenllBt
he should resign.. The Star's atten attention
tion attention was called to said absences by
other members of the council, and its
reporter carefully checked up the
missing dates to the time ofits pub
lication before it made any comment
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J1 iAUUI;KLqgIDA.nc;a siqTfolfetarj41notJlIarne Mr. Thomas,
then nor. now, for, his absences. He
was doing: necessary work for the
government as well as for himself,
said Saturday, if he couldn't
be present he should have resigned-
DID ALDERMAN THOMAS J
CHANGE HIS MIND?
, at f .. ..
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la Saturday's ; Star, f Mr. A. T.
Thomls "said -tha 'the editor of :the
paper lied when he wrote that he (Mr.
Thomas) had changed his mind about
Will TayldVi-') m -:X nrr-
If -rtwiU comiort Mr, X. any, we
will say it is possible .. that he didn't
change his mind. ; We cannot know
for certain whatr goes on in another
roan's mind. We can only Judge by
what he says and does.
,f;In a letter to the Star of Oct. 18,
Mr. John R. Martin called attention
to ,the,; Will Taylor matter. It may
nofe'Jbe' out .of plaoe to say that many
of our citizens have expressed the
opinion that this particular incident
in our cityt affairs would never have
been generally known if Mr. f Martin
hadn.t -brought it, out.
The next day, Oct. 19, Mr.' Thomas
jcontributed. a Jetter to the Star. In
thin letter, among mother things, he
"Mr. Martin's story about the
. . . matter is absolutely correct
iy lrerthekss,,when the matter came
before the ;! council,;. Oct. 20, Mr.
Thomas joined in a decision to the ef-
feet that' Mr. Martin's story, tho
supported by strong evidence, was in
ccrfecti'He might "have joined in that
decision vith a mental reservation.
f We niake mental reservations some'
times, "but we do not expect them to
wtot with anyone but ourself
3ViWe leave it to our readers to judge
l!wfe lied or not. Certain ft is thai
thefrevidence' laid before the counci
I'bTtKe defense : was very weak and
tfee-'J decision has been the laughing
stock of the Ttown ever since.
most artistic of all the booklets is issued
sued issued in Florida. I can tell tuxmt it,
as I have before Tne twelve different
ones. I expect to go to Florida this
winter and shall go to Marion county
o "investigate-" r r -.rr. r- :
SfarliiCbbatyi ITHad opens I tomor-J
li&ri if DOW Mil r y.I.f.
- Al'O UtJJUtV A 3 glTillig A VIII W VUVtl
plenty Iof?!roper,fs iwl 1
P3:Wifh (Hstfg army France T has be
-corrie the policeman of Europe.-
y-: Every loafer in thS country 'adds to!
the burden-of the man who works.
.'Dncle Sani tieveraa a. 'pretty per.
sorr,'t3aV-tha cartoons rBOwf. being! pubf
r lulled iriak'e -him r loot: like the devi
' Before -'day'-' ''f
s.'fJOurifrfettdi-fiinti Bitted invites u$
-ti feeak-4jtaoViwithjrhmt atrEaifor
on Thanksgiving Day. We'd 'LStirelyf
X a"ctepi tne iiiivitatidn-:if e couMf.
diiOH icdiiifif .Li's L:--f?v::;'rr
ntfrTh3nkggivlgrJiihd2-tiient Christina ij,
and then we wa't laivelst dernthing
-T astwororrtitEHerffoarth ctfjl
i uijfi-' owire sUf- ,u w.m escape-,iaj
sfnjvif irfBryarr' says.F'raHce -banriever
This is father and son week. Wp.
siJpfJose'Tt Tis a good thing, but wfe
H'aVl-Sniy -af platonic interest in
ilfe'r'ehas never been a'father" and
sW week deeded ill our small famil.
tffl- tfee&ay 'we began teaching our
I againnope f or:a'nda.lBattce! withLrth'eptTljby alk there sprang into.
United 'States France:.conldn'fc thae
had any hope five years ago if Bryan
had represented the public' sentiment
of America.,. -n
Miss Elizabeth Skinner of Dunedin
has been elected president-" of the
Florida Federation o:l Woman's Clubs,
which continually increases in its
strength and value to the-better in influences
fluences influences of the state. M
' It's the Star's opinion that murders,"
" rapes; lynchings, 'divorce casei and
all other sensational! items should be
cut to not more than fifty lines each
and run -under sirgle column," single
' line,' not more than eight point, heads.
Disposition of aircraft is troubling
the limitation "of armament confer
er.ee, says a report from Washington.
The aircraft will' tak care of itself
if let alone or will at least come
down in time. -Plant City Courier, (
You can't "make any aviator believe
that. : ; -J
The editors of Florida- look for
each Sunday's Times-Union with an
ticipation and apprehension. Antici Anticipation
pation Anticipation 'of some editcrs being made, the
; target of Phil Armstrong's jokes
' apprehension lest tltiey be among the
' jckees. Phil is: running a' colyuni in
yhich he sooner or later guys every
guy on the Florida press. (Except the
dead ones); Phil as been watching
the bunch so long that he knows just
when to hit each one on the funny
bone. : : "' :s ''-" 'ii --yi
In saying that the Star has
,rstumbled and fell upon the truth," in
regard to his absences from council
meetings in 1918, 'Mr. A. T. Thomas
shows' shortness of "memory. The
Star called attention in the summer
of 1918 to Mr. Thomas' protracted
absences from his post, and said that
AU' IfAPLOE vJ'OU TO CRAB
: UP ATtVPHO!slE SUP
OS AJ4W ITEMS fOU KMOWl
FOLKS SAS. WS. GIT OUT A
KlSM5v PAPER,' BUT VJ;
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The Star knows, perhapji, that
since it has been shown that the O.
V., like many other roads, cam be put
ona.iayingi. basis that the., bond-1
solders are already moving to have
the receiver, dismissed so that they
can take it? over and stick tt.e final
knife irtils weak back to havt: it dis
mantled- Palatka News.
The trouble is, friend Neiirs, that
you are conversing thru your hat. If
you had heard Jedge Bullocks decis
ion, rendered Nov.- 11, you would
have been obliged to admit that nei neither
ther neither the"Star;Tior anybody else has
been positively' shown that J;he road
can be put on a paying basin, except
for the time that the Rodma:n Lumber
Company is .hauling timUsr from
Steen. The judge, who ha 'lieard all
the, testimony, and who certainly is
not desirous of having the road dis dismantled,
mantled, dismantled, was evidently not impressed
by the glittering promises that sprang
up like mushrooms as soon as the
sheriff shut down the road. Now, It's
the Star's opinion, and. wish, that
if a local company could be organized
tq buy the load, and if said company
wpuld cutr loose from the passenger
connections at Ocala and Pa.latka and
run a local schedule, the road eould
exist until increasing population
mad e, J t a well paying line. It will
surprise the" News to be told that
Ocala is getting" more trade from the
0. V. territory, since the trains on then
O. V. have been discontinued than;
when they were running. The reason
is plain the. road ever since Mr j
Rentz had to give it up has been run'
for the benefit of Talatka, and nobody1
can, expect Ocala to support a trans-j
porta tion line in order to help out an-l
other, town, Palatka hasn't been do-!
ing jt. Let Palatka people raise a
; hundred thousand dollars and come1
over here with a fifty-fifty proposi-j
tion, and see if Ocala people will talk!
turkey or not. Put it up to them!
friend News, and stoVi that cuff' about
a knue m tne back. It s too much
Fresh line of
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We Can Give You Both
serve you Quality Food Products at Money Saving
, Best Market Prices Paid for Your Eggs
1 : H. E. Abbott, Mgr.
Ocala House Block
being -between -us a partnership that
emly'the grim reaper, can dissolve.
And "We have hot a few friends who
are also life partners with their boys,
If a man in dealing with his son will
always bear in mind what he liked
and disliked when he was the same
agaj and act accordingly, he will not
be likely to need a father and son
week- in order to become acquainted
with his boy. 5
like a movie serial."
. About a month ago, we made some
remarks, about, the prospectsr of the
u..y. jaiirpao.and it nas taken all
that time lor8 tne Palatka News to
V That grand jury report on the poor
farm and its management should
revolutionize things here.? Tampa
-'Pobrhouses are almost always in
heed of two revolutionizings. The op opportunity
portunity opportunity always exists in them for
somebody to make' money by stinting
rations or otherwise scrimping the
inmates. Marion county has no poor poor-house.'
house.' poor-house.' It has but few people who
need public help and it prefers to pay
them money they need rather than
expend it in an institution where they
might be stinted or neglected. The
example is .recommended to other
counties. -K : j- -
Mr. A. T. Thomas says he is sorry
to note that the Star has "started its
antagonism against him" as it did in
1917. The" Star hasn't started any
antagonism against Mr. Thomas. In
1917 it opposed5 his candidacy for
alderman at large because it believed
his opponent would fill the office bet better.
ter. better. When the people disagreed with
the Star and elected Mr. Thomas, the
Star gave him a square deal. It has
praised his official conduct every time
it could honestly do so. It is oppos opposing
ing opposing him in his K candidacy for mayor
because it, believes Dr. Peek is much
the better candidate. Why shouldnt
it express its opinion?
; Her long, the Micanopy and Flor Florida
ida Florida champion swine breeder, asked an
all-important question at the live
stock banquet, when he inquired of
those anxious for complete tick eradi eradication
cation eradication what-they were doing now in
the, matter of selecting the members
to be elected to the next legislature.
Times-Union.; ... ?
.It's time for .other people, to be
asking. Frinstance, for the newspa newspaper
per newspaper men to ask: How about a fair
libel law, and that enforced publica publication
tion publication of legal notices.
, "In our next war we will have ho
officers but only privates in our army.
Thus shall wTe placate the tomwatsons
in advance. Also we will please the
nemy Ocala Star.
The sad part about it is that we
will always be burdened with dam dam-phools
phools dam-phools like the writer of the above
paragraph to misrepresent, things.
Williston Progress. ;
We always feel flattered when we
incur the displeasure of a friend of
tomwatson. ; .
fi;ame an .answer to theml Said aff-
and a weak answer it is. As we don't
believe our friend Guerry would will
fully distort anything another editor
writes, we will have to tell him he
has woefully misunderstood the Star,
which has never, advocated the dis
mantling of the O. VM or expressed a
wish that service on it be discon discontinued.
tinued. discontinued. We have maintained that the
O. V,should pay its taxes and pay its
debts, and we would like to see the
News find any reason in law or hon
esty why it shouldn't. We have also
expressed our disgust with the Pa
latka people who have been getting
the bulk of the road's business, while
Ocala has been getting little or noth
ing; but who nevertheless .expect
Ocala to pay at least half the expense
of keeping the road iq operation. If
the people of Palatka would come
across with half enough money to
buy the road, they might expect Ocala
to make some move to meet them,
but they haven't shown the shine of
a thin dime. We earnestly desire to
see the O, V. resume service, but we
do not think that either the state or
federal government should be requir
ed to support it. Now let the News
in .justice reprint the foregoing so
the people of Palatka can under understand
stand understand the Star's real position.
Miss Sarah Mathews, the pretty
and charming daughter of Editor
George Mathews of the Fort Lauder
dale Sentinel, was married recently to
Mr." Charles Crim of the same town
The bride was born in Marion county,
and when she revisited her childhood
home not long ago her friends were
rejoiced to see that she had grown
into a lovely young lady. The best
wishes of aU her Marion: county
friends for her and her husband.
While in to the Fair make
our store your headquarters
1 15 East Broadway
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Marion County Fair
The Mayflowef Compact takes Itif
place as the first, though not the least,
of those Constitutions on which Amer
ica has set so peculiar a regard. The j
earlier Virginia patents, recognized no
such political rights as the Pilgrim
colonists boldly claimed. When Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth ceased to be self-governing It
was to accept Incorporation with Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts under that charter of 1091
which the Adamses, Hancock and
Warren, defended so tenaciously
against George HI. A mere reading
of the first Massachusetts charter or
the Connecticut charter Indicates the
connection between them and our
present state and federal Constitu Constitutions,
tions, Constitutions, says New York Evening Post.
There Is no such Internal evidence In
the case of the Compact, but the con connection
nection connection exists. Its consequences may
even be said to extend to the Consti Constitutions
tutions Constitutions of certain countries In other
continents and hemispheres. While
much of Europe has continued with without
out without any fundamental law superior to
mere statutory law, we have Im Impressed
pressed Impressed our practice upon Latin Amer America,
ica, America, China, and heyounger European
Deal with the man who does the
most business. "There is a Reason.!
James Hall, representing E. A'. Strout
Farm Agency, largest in the world, t
Flaconettes is the best perfumei
ever put up a big statement, but let
vs prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
From the "wQ Thorn goes after
Chautauqua agents, he must have
been stung, and from the description
of the person he says always plays
the chief role, it must have been "a
sweet 'darling, vampish sort of fe female.
male. female. Orlando Reporter-Star.
That's the kind that can always
wrap ugly, cranky old men around
their fingers. We cant understand
why one of them hasn't vamped us.
A. E. GERIG
In a great many homes the dining
room Is looked upon purely as a room
where the family eats Its meals.
Tliree times a day Its members' gather
together and partake of their allotted
rations. It would be a carping fellow
who would deny that such Is the chief
purpose of the dining room, but there
are still a few charming people left
who look upon meals as a time for
mental as well as physical nourish nourishment
ment nourishment It Is at the dining table that
the art of conversation Is learned or
killed. There the youngster ventures
timidly on" his first essay in. the realm
of talk, says London Express. There
the schoolgirl learns tp express her herself
self herself In other ways than giggles and
demure monosyllables. There the
father, stuffed with wisdom, can feed
the mental hunger of his brood. A
lt of people who have found pleasant
companionship and? social ease by rea reason
son reason of their conversational gifts would
find, If .they looked back, that the
teething process took place In the din dining
ing dining room at home.
The Marion County Board of
Trade continues to receive many com
pliments on its new illustrated book-
letortbe city and county. A gentle
man writes from Atlantic City, N. J.:
booklet and want to thank you for
isrtme. It is the most beautiful,' and
I can now give you the
very uticsi, uy-w-uaw
metnoas, assuring you
2. See .vthe most careful and
OR. K. J. WEinE.
Optometrist and Optician
Try our layer cakes. They're just
like the real home made ones you like
so welL Federal Bakery. 15-6t-
London is worried by an epidemic
of sleeping sickness, come to take the
place of influenza. Great cities are
as popular with germs as with young
men from the country. Doctor Cope Cope-land
land Cope-land warns New York and other big
American cities tl)at they also will
have trouble unless they take every
possible hygienic precaution, especial especially
ly especially killing off rats, says Arthur Bris Brisbane
bane Brisbane In Chicago Herald-Examiner.
Typhus has been found in New York
city. Cholera has appeared In this
country. Other Infectious and conta contagious
gious contagious diseases threaten.
, ; or-
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Oklahornan. Praises Black-Draught,
Kaying Used It "Can Safely
Say for 59 Years."
Grandfield, Okla.-"One of the best
known farmers of Tilman County, Mr Mr-G.
G. Mr-G. W. Tisdale, who owns and manages
a wagon yard here, says:
"1 have used Thedford's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I believe 1 can safely say for
"I was born and reared In Texas,
Freestone County, sixty-four years ago.
I have been married forty-four years.
My father 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 test liver medlcln medlcln-they
they medlcln-they have ever used.
Thedford's Black-Draught la purely
vegetable, not dlsagreeablo to take
and acts In a prompt and natural way.
So many, thousands of persons have
been benefited by the e of Thedford's
Black-Draught, you : should have no
hesitancy In trying this valuable old
well-established remedy, for most liver
and stomach disorders. NC-139D.
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power, and look and fw l KK) rxr cnt. Uttpr,
i-irr.j ly try taking tRO cf Mastin'a tiny yeast
VITAMON Taiieta witd each mea. and
vrMch resuita. Mastia's VtTAMON contains
IjglJy c r.or titrated yeat vitnviixs as x il
as ti.e ctuer two still more important vita vita-nisei
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io.Ls aiid rVin eruptioris socm to
vanish !.ko in: gic actcr iu iurii'-ina: inCu inCu-ccc,
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Iwaut'f a'., tl.e cheeks rosy instead of pale,
the I: pa red iasK-ad of ro'orW., the eyes
bright instead of dull. 1 he whole tyBtera
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tre unf!er-T.'-iht t-rin to get wme firm,
"stay-t'icre" ilesh. So r-pid and amaiirsg
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. x-w r pjarant'a. ie sure torcr emi er the mme
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track? Maati.i'a ViTAMCN ia poa poa-itivcly
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Star Ads are Business Builders. PHone 51
The argument advanced by a Bos Boston
ton Boston lawyer that Reds held In Boston
for deportation ought to be released 1
because transportation facilities to
Russia are now lacking Is probably
based on the assumption that a police policeman
man policeman should release h4 prisoner when
the patrol wagon runs "out of gas.
Wealth doesn't dodge its share of
the country's burdens. In the last
five years, investments In tax-exempt
securities have increased from $3, $3,-000,000,000
000,000,000 $3,-000,000,000 to 114,000,000,000. Which
goes to show that labor pays the taxes
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
e is a ii
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than 4a any
other cigarette at the price.
Iissretr tc Myers Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended
OCALA EVENING STAR, MOXDAT, NOVE5IBER 21, 1921
81 Broad Street I
New Ymk Cty
Members American Cotton &
Grain Exchange.' Members of
Clearing House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains one thousand bushels
and upward. Slacks ten shares
and upward. Cotton margin $5
per bale; grain, margin 5c. per
Battle & Co., Ocala
Office llerchcrds Block
We promise quick service,
' good executions, Ocala settle-
ments. We extend to Ocala and
surrounding territory the facil-
mes of our osice.
J Phone No. 441. Private Wire
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HIGH GR AD E PAINT
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals
For Satisfaction Give Us a
Phone 597 Mgrs. Phone 408
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
(M. M. M.)
On Saturday afternoon last, the
members and friends of the Ocala
Woman's Club enjoyed a very delight delightful
ful delightful program under the supervision of
Mrs. Geo. W. Martin, chairman of art
and Mrs. H. M. Hampton, chairman
A short business meeting was held
with Mrs. L. W. Duval, vice president,
presiding. A very important measure
was brought up for discussion, name namely,
ly, namely, the advisability of changing the
day of the club meeting from Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon to Tuesday afternoon.
The members of the club will vote on
this amendment at the meeting on
Mrs. B. F Condon gave a brief talk
on the convention held last week in
Gainesville. The new state officers
elected were as follows:
Miss Elizabeth Skinner, president;
Mrs. E. M. Galloway, vice president
at large; Mrs. C. E. Hawkins, record recording
ing recording secretary; Mrs. Harriet T.
Byrnes, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
M. h. Stanley, treasurer; Miss Bessie
Williams, auditor; Mrs. W. E. O'Neal,
director to General Federation. Flor Florid
id Florid adelegates to the General Federa Federation;
tion; Federation; Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. McCollura,
Mrs. Sessoms, Mrs. Tippets, Mrs.
Shackleford and Dr.vWhitfird.
At the conclusion of the business
meeting, Mrs. Geo. W. Martin took
charge of the program. She spoke of
the convention and especially men mentioned
tioned mentioned a song, "Oh, Heart of Mine,"
which was sung by Mrs. E. H. Mote
of Leesburg. Mrs Mote has sung
this song at several conventions and
it is considered the "convention mes message,"
sage," message," and hac become a part of the
convention program each year. Mrs.
Martin closed her remarks by reading
Emerson poem on "Art.'.
Mrs. Gary gave a resume of a pa paper
per paper on "City Planning" which had
been read at the convention. Mrs.
Gary made this report very interest interesting
ing interesting by applying each of the ideas
brought forth to Ocala.
Following Mrs. Gary a musical pro program
gram program was very much enjoyed. Mrs.
Leverett T. Futch sang "Bobolink,"
by Bischoff and "Little Girl Blue." by
Pontine Miss Musie Bullock gave
"Le Nozze di Figaro," by Mozart,
"The Wren," by Liza Lehrman and
"Didn't It Rain," by Burleigh. Mrs.
S. Bland Ware accompanied both
The art committee under the able
leadership of Mrs. Martin had a very
beautiful display of pictures painted
by ladies of the clu, hand made bas baskets
kets baskets of various design, made from
many different materials, and other
samples of artistic handiwork Among
this display was a very interesting
picture made a great many years ago
by an ancestor of Mrs. Livingston.
-An informal reception to the new
members of the club was given by the
officers of the club, the new members
forming the receiving line. After all
had met the new members, refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served by the officers of
the club and a socialhour was en enjoyed.
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Leon County Fair, Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, November 22 to 26.
Orange County Fair, Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, February 14 to 19.
St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,
January 24 to 27.
Marion County Fair, Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
South Florida Fair, Tampa,
February 9 to 11.
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Fifteen Years' Experience
Up-to-Date Lunch Counter
and Dining Room
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
American, French, Spanish and
108 South Magnolia St.
. GCALA ELECTRIC
QA.G. PAPPAS, Prop
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you think you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
them up in style
And you can have them for the next
Fop your Soles Sake
Oar worlc is Walk About
Others' work is Talk
OCALA. - FLOIDA
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains At OCALA UNION STATION.
The- following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
ESAEOABD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
l:S5pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
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
4:25 pm Tarapa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:33 un
1:45 pm Jksoiiville-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 Duxmellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dninellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Honiosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville r 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
New Automobile License Law
Discussed By State Comptroller
Important Information for AH Owners of Automobiles
and Trucks. File Applications Now ;
Get Tag December 15.
AH owners of Automobiles or
motor trucks will be very much
interesed in the following state statement
ment statement from the office of State
Comptroller Ernest Amos. This
paper is "co-operating with the
Comptroller in giving public in information
formation information as to the requirements
of the new law.
New license tags will be required
on all motor vehicles January first.
Applications to register motor ve vehicles
hicles vehicles and secure tags are made to
Ernest Amos. State Comptroller,
The blanks on which to make
application may be secured from
any bank, Clerk Circuit Court,
County Judge of Tax Collector.
Also blanks will be furnished
to automobile clubs or to indi individuals
viduals individuals on request by the State
Comptroller? The blanks will be
available at any time after Nov November
ember November 15th, and the applications
may be filed any time "after that
date. But 1922 tags will not I" any
case be mailed out -before Pecem Pecem-ber
ber Pecem-ber fifteenth as they will not be
valid foF use prior tq January 1st.
1922. Owners of motor vehicles
are urged to aply early for- their
tags. Do hot wait until December
31st to apply. Several thousand
others do that. "Apply early ad
void the rush,"
Passenger Car Weight,
Weight of vehicle is required in
all applications. The Comptroller
will have as complete information
as he can obtain from factories,
and if owner of a Pastcntrer Car
does not know weight the Com Comptroller
ptroller Comptroller can supply information fi
the car is fully described as to year
of-make, mode! etc, The owner,
however, should endeavor to as ascertain
certain ascertain weight In advance sa cor correct
rect correct remittance may be sent. In Information
formation Information on weights will be avail available
able available at same places where blanks
Weight of Trucks.
In the case of trucks info-ma. ion'
on chassis weight and standard
body allowances wiil be avauable.
If truck is equipped with special
design body it should be weighed
if possible; otherwise body weight
in table of body allowances will be
used. Truck owners should specify
particularly as to body equipment
and ha trucks weighed if pq? pq?-sible.
sible. pq?-sible. ""
Motorcycles, Motorcycle side
cars hearses and casket wagons
have flat rate.
Answer AH Questions on Qlank.
Trne will be saved if owner is
careful to answer all questions on
blank. The Comptroller did not
make the law, He has to adminis
ter it as written. He will do all
possible to save the car owners in
convenience out tne car owner
should co-operate by filling out his
application carefully, fully, and
accurately. Cars ior private use
take different rate than when used
for hire. Information as to use of
car must be given. A car regis
tered for private use and later
operated for hire will require a
different license. A tag cannot be
used on any car except one for
which issued. When a car changes
hands the tag goes with the car
and the new owner must .transfer
to his name.
Kind, of Tires
Tires must bp specified as pneu pneumatic
matic pneumatic or solid. Pneumatic tires
are inflated with air, all the other
kinds are classed as solid tires.
Note weight limits on all classes
of cars in table below,
Hpw to Remit
Make remittance by post office
money order, express money order,
bank cashier's check or certified
chgk. Do not send personal
checks- Do not send currency un unless
less unless registered mail. Be sure to
remit ruff (dent to cover license
and any more than necessary will
he. refunded by Comptroller.
In figuring price of license,
weights are figured in even hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of pounds, fifty pounds or
less not counting, over fifty pounds
counting as one hundred.
Write all names and addresses
plainly. Many people's signatures
are hard tq decipher, Take thc
time to write plainly and your tag
will be sure to be put In the mails
When Yw Tag Arrive.
The envelope containing the tag
will also have a small pocket en envelope
velope envelope on outside containing motor
vehicle certificate. Open this
pocket envelope and get your cer certificate
tificate certificate before throwing away the
The sh: of the 1922 tag is. fixed
by law. The Comptroller did not
fix the size." There will be but
One Tap and it is to be attached
to rear of vehicle. Each tag will
have an aluminum insert showing
weight of vehicle, fhi should be
secu.Fe.ly fastened on as it is a nee-
essary part of the tag.
The "maximum weight of trucks
and trailer used on highways is
limited by law, If yqu are operat operating
ing operating large trucks or trailers you
should post, yourself on these limi limitations,
tations, limitations, Reckless driving, exceeding speed
limits, etc., is punishable by fine
IMPORTANT. In writing tor Information on weight be sure to give
year of make, model and type ot your car. Weights vary in different
models of same make.
Cars used for hire whether passenger, truck or trailer, the weight
and the load capacity are included in figuring license If not used for
hire then the weight of the car only is included,
RATES ON MOTORCYCLES, PASSENGER CARS AN'O BUSSES
. j i j Ftt scr 100
Tag Clan j Pasunscn 1 Ft per Pis. j asanas wtioht
A lotorcydes Flat rate S 5.00 Nae
B Motorcycle side ear............. Flat rate 3.00 Nona
C AntomoMle (rmate use) Any rauatxr None S .50
t Car for hire... ................. 7 pass, or less 5.00 JS
E Bosses for hire.... .... 8 U 16 pass. T.50 .TS
F Bosses for hire .... Orer 16 pass. 10.00 .15
U jEasses (hotel to depot .:lj... 5.00 .50
RATES ON TRUCKS, TRAILERS AND SEMI-TRAILERS
For Hire... JTriK-t
Far HiP..., fraJler ...
Private ..... trailer ...
tfleanes and Casket Wagons Flat late, SSO.OO
FOR SALE Ilore and wagon at a
bargain. No. 313 N. Orange St. 3t
LOST Greek letter fraternity pin.
Initials W. F. C. on inside. Return
to or telephone Mrs. W. F. Creson,
and receive reward. 21 -St
WANTED Three or four unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished rooms. Address lock box 163,
stating location and price. 21-3t
LOST From auto, ladies' winter coat
on road between Gainesville and
Ocala. If found address Mrs. T. R.
Robinson, Terra Ceia, Fla. 21-3t
WANTED Salesman with car to call
on dealers with low priced 6000-
mile fabric and 10,000-mile cord
tire; $100 a week with extra com commissions.
missions. commissions. Universal Tire & Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Co., Michigan City, Ind. 17-lt
FOR SALE Oak finish library table,
cost $45; will sell for $22.50 for
cash if sold at once. Call at 120
N. Sanchez St. 17-3t
FOR SALE Part of my household
goods. 410 Alvarez street, west side
primary School. 16-3t
WANTED To buy at once' from
owner, a farm. Must be a bargain
for cash. G. W. McGowan, Ruskin,
CORDREY'S Transfer is on the job
day and night. Moving household
furniture and baggage our specialties.-
Once tried, always used. Phone
424. L. E. Cordrey, Prop. 16-lm
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
FOR SALE One and a half ton
Maxwel ltruck, good running condi condition,
tion, condition, cheap for cash if taken quick.
Party leaving town. Apply Will Williams'
iams' Williams' garage. 16-6t
LOST Sunday on Leesburg-Ocala
road south of Lake Weir, black
leather suitcase. Contents of value
to owner only. Liberal reward for
return to Ocala Star office. 15-6t
FOR SALE Nice little farm consist consisting
ing consisting of 13 acres of land, all fenced;
nice four-room house; located five
miles from Ocala on Anthony road.!
Will sell at a bargain. For terms
see H. S. Camp at U-Serve Store
No. 2. 15-12t
FOR SALF Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at AC. L. depot. 15-tf
SHOE, REPAIRING Why discard
yotyold shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes?
Work neatly executed on short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used. A.
B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. il-8-lm
MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred, and fifty to four hun
dred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re
ward for the arrest of party and
return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night.
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.
King and S. Magnolia St. 4-tf
FOR RENT Five room apartment.
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S Magnolia, phone 73. tf
FOR SALE Two good pianos, one
nearly new incubator, one Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte cockerel. Come and see them.
J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
phone 501, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t
START One of our candy factories
at home, or small room anywhere.
We furnish everything. Experience
unnecessary. Big pay. Men, women.
Frederick Kurn, 514 Walnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 12-6t
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
l WANTED A good, reliable woman
for general housework. Apply at
209 Orange avenue. 17-3t
FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six
rooms, hall, bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Davies. 18-6t
WANTED TO RENT Furnished
apartment or small house, to April
15th. Apply to Mrs. Eastman, 504
HEMSTITCHING By Mrs. M. -A.
Ten Eyck, 703 E- Fifth St, phone
Basaa mmm a a i whim i
Lasting One Week at
M 17 Tl n
tilt ITS T7T Tf T f"S
Fill I I 1 t i c I k f l i
1 I f I I 3 S
Commencing Filonclay, FJovemfis? 2!s! crJ
Ending Saturday, Ro vernier 28, 1921
Large assortment of beautiful and useful Furs, consisting of Capes, Stoles
cravats, Scarfs, Etc.
,0ur New York buyer sending us more than we can sell during the season,
we have decided to pass them on to our friends and patrons at about manu manufacturer's
facturer's manufacturer's cost. Sale prices ranging from
$9.00 to $55M
In addition to Fur Sale we will
have several specials during the
week, some of which we mention:
2400 yards 39 inch soft Sea Island
brown domestic at 11 3-4 cents,
worth 16 cents. 20 to 40 yards to
piece, only one piece to customer.
2200 yards 36 inch soft Sea
Island brown domestic at 11 3-4
cents, worth 16 cents. 10 to 20
yards to piece. One piece to cus customer
tomer customer and will not cut pieces.
Over 2000 yards? 32 inch Silk
Tissue, just received, beautiful
patterns, designs and coloring,
checks, stripes and plaids at 57 1-2
cents, worth 75 cents. Not over
12 yards to a customer.
One lot Maish Pure Cotton
Down Comforts, full size, fine
material, beautiful colorings at
$3.95, worth $5.75. Not over one
to a cutstomer.
600 yards 36 inch fine quality
Pajama checks 17 cents, worth
22 1-2 cents. Not over 12 yards
to one customer.
Laife9 Em Sites
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I f ; i J t ' i f :
During Fair Week only, we will sell our Large
and complete Stock of Ladies' High Grade Shoes.
Goodyear -Welts and Turns, high tops only, Black and
Brown, grades ranging from $4.50 to $11.00, Less
of the regular new prices. Don't fail to take advan-
tage of these great values during Fair Week.
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IH Yi H HOI
Jotaity J. Joees EsposSSilcii Slows
WUl furnish tne nxld-way sllracilcns
WANTED Knitting to do; sweaters
infants' bootees, etc. Apply phone
Here's your opportunity to furnish
your entire home. Until January 1
we will sell any item in our store at
greatly reduced prices for cash.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. lo-tf
SPECIAL RATES OS TOE RAILROAD.
CCALA 13 C:i TEE miS EIGHTY
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OCALA" EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1921
is on the
Job at his
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F'. E. McClane is now locatea
li Commercial Bank building. Of5.e
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
No. 114 It Eby Avenue
Where you can g-fyrur
wor' done on short notice.'
Cut out ibis ad and bring
. it with y u ar'd wu will yet
a io per cent reduction on
S. HICK EL
Plant' now and have abundance of
h:gh value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, .chickens, etc. For plants and
particualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
If you've ever f-.ien better bread
and roll3 than we serve you, tell us
about it. Federal Eakery. 15-6t
Miss Annie Joe Law of Brooksville
is tbe guest of Mrs. E. G. Lindner for
a few days.
after the show and for an hour they
entered mto that whole-hearted fun .-v-.
which congeniality and good food al-
ays promote. "A long table had been
pread and an excellent supper was
served. Mrs. King was the recipient
f many beautiful presents and show
ered with congratulations and good
Mrs. Annie W. Van Denjan
Ocala, is the guest of Mrs- F.
Starke. Tampa Times. i
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cup of tea, candies, etc. 19-3t
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Smoke Den Rey. That good "cigar.
For fresh meat call phone 1 U8. Main
Street Market. tf
Mrs. DeLois Richie of Fairfield, re returned
turned returned home this mornign, having
spent the week-end with Mrs. Clyde
' Flaconettes perfumery put up in
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-6t
C. V. Roberts
Phone. 43 J
ROBERT?; Sl SPENCER
Funeral Di crtors, IcJiribaimers
Private '. ioruear.d Chapel
MO! OR EQUIl'MENl
O.T: u l iione 350, OcaJrFla.
217 W. Broadway
Mrs. Erank Harris has returned
home after a short stay in Jackson
ville, the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
!Uaie in Ocala
" u r- r I s ;
-m.. -r t y
On Sale "at the Fair';
. : Grounds j J' ?.
pecan ridLiy :r' 5
All kinds of Mints made
to order. Ask Bitting &
Phillips and Anti-Monopoly.
Marion Prize Candies at
F.Iarich County Fair
: T S2.00
V IN ALL THE
1 1 :' 5 f ...'...
Style Hpt Shop
: .. Rena. Smith
Monroe & Chambliss Bank--r
Our several flavors of cup cakes
take the worry off the housewife who
doesn't know what kind of cakes to
serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.
Mrs, J. E. Harter left today for her
home in Fairfax, S. C, after a pleas
ant visit in Ocala with her cousin
Mrs. J. H. Spencer.
Your favorite odor of perf umery
can .be had in the famous French Fla
conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mr. Alvis Landers, a former Ocala
boy, but now telegraph operator on
the Gainesville News, spent yester
day in town J
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cup of tea, crndies, etc 19-3t
Mrs. Sadie Weaver, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. A
Winer for several weeks, has returned
to her home in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson Jr.
entertained a number of their friends
Saturday evening at a wienie roast.
The guests met at the Anderson
heme and from there went in cars to
the Christian Ax orange grove near
Sparr. A big bonfire was built and
soon an appetizing lunch was spread,
consisting of salad, hot wienies,
pickles, coffee, pie and cake. The
prospective bridegroom, Mr. Whit
Palmer, received special attention,
and everything in the way of enter
tainment was offered him, giving him
an unusually lively evening. The
gvests returned home late, having a
delightful time to remember. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Norton Davis,
Miss Elizabeth Burton, Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Davis, Miss CaHie Gissendaner,
Miss Margaret Lloyd, Miss Stella
Camp, and Miss Meyer, Messrs. Car Carlisle
lisle Carlisle Izlar, Whit Palmer, Joe Borden,
C. C. Bennett, Albert Harriss and
The Marion County Fair Opens Tomorrow
e are upemng
Apalachicola oysters every day, 70
cents a quart; $2.50 a gallon. City
Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
All Makes of Batteries
A LIVE Line of
Service Car at
Until January 1st we will sell
FURNITURE at greatly reduced
prices J for cash. Phone 19 and let us
kr.cw your needs. Theus Bros. 15-tf
j "Sure Thing"
Colder weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
corning, .and -'.you will
need that New Suit,
Overcoat, a n d extra
We-' tailor, them to fit
and fit to wear.
Thompson Building Up Stairs
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Shelled Almonds"1 ,
vf" Seeded Raisins
r Glace Pineapple
Glace Assorted Fruit
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the .City Fish Market. tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blowers have
returned home after a few days
spent in Jacksonville Mrs. Blowers
has been visiting in her former home
in Kentucky for "the past month.
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
A motor bus line between Bushnell
and Ocala will be established this
wee The bus will be operated by
Messrs. Townsend, Vingus and Brady
of New Port Richey. The gentlemen
have purchased a Keo speed wagon
from B. F. Condon, Ocala,' on which
will be placed a passenger body.
They expect to begin the run between
Eushnel land Ocala this week to carry i
passengers to and from the Marion
. Call phone iU8 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire have
returned after an absence of six
weeks which was spent in Evanston,
Mr. L. J. Revels and Mr. C D.
Revels of Mayo, are spending this
week in Ocala, as the guests of their
sisters, Misses Lizzie and Loureen
Revels,' and are considering Ocala as
their future home.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll returned
home Saturday from a short visit in
Jacksonville, the guests of Mrs. Car Carroll's
roll's Carroll's mother, Mrs. Bauknight. They
made the trip hope through the coun country
try country driving the latest type Cadillac.
This is a Studebaker year.
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat
ard drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. iWper cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
Mr. Earl Hall left last nht for
Greensboro, N. C, where he will join
his wife, who has been there for the
past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Hall
are in Greensboro especially to attend City Fish Market.
We carry a full line'of
Ever Ready Storage Bat Batteriesguaranteed
teriesguaranteed Batteriesguaranteed for 18
Corner Main and Ocklauaha
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the wedding of .Mrs. Hall's sister, ; XtZttt
Miss Nellie Bain, to .Mr. Carlos j 3
Flower of San Francisco, wh;ch will J g
take place tomorrow.
Salt n illot, already scaled.at the H
Mew Wilier Clapeaii
AND BUILDER KZ ;
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.
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Holland Herring all Milchners
'2 Johnson's Baby Educator Rings
Full Cream New York Cheese, the
kind with a snap to it (
Sap Sago Cheese
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
0. K. TEAPOT
. PHONES 16 AND 174
Overland 83, five passenger; good
tires, top and upholstering, ?250.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co
phone 8, city. 15-tf
The item in the Star Friday, stat stating
ing stating that Mrs. D. C. Stiles had return returned
ed returned home was an error. Mrs. Stiles
has gone to Lowell for a "short visit
vith Mrs. Ben Raysor, and will re return
turn return to the city today to remain until
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cud of tea. candies, etc. 19-3t
Mr. Allen Bridges spent yesterday
in the city, with his wife and son, at
the home of his brother, Capt. T. E.
Bridges. Friends ofyMr. and Mrs.
Bridges will be glad to learn that
they recently moved dto Gainesville,
where they will in future reside.
4 SERVICE TRY' 1
THE PEERLESS TI
: 30x3 nonskid $ 8.00
-- 30x3 noisskid ....$10.00
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
DIXIE 0!GHVAY GARAGE
Jas. Erifjesscr, Prnp.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533
Groceries, Meats, Oysters,
-.Fr lilts and Vegetables
We krite Yen to Make Oar Store
" Y: Headquarters FAIR WEEK
. COOK'S JMAMET AND GROCERY
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters return
ed home Saturday afternoon from
their trip to Hot Springs, where Dr.
Walters attended the Southern Medi Medical
cal Medical Association At least 20Q0 medi medical
cal medical men and many ladies were pres
ent, and the occasion was enjoyable
socially as well as instructive profes
sionally. The next meeting will be in
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mr. Douglass, Miss Ruby Douglass,
Miss Eailian De Gerta and Miss
Neoma Craig of Miami, spent Satur
day in Ocala with relatives, en route
home from Jacksonville, where they
have been attending the fair, leaving
for home yesterday morning. Miss
Gussie Douglass also spent Saturday
and Sunday in town, leaving last
night for Tallahassee, where she is
Overland 90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$"50. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. Phone 8, city, 15-tf
The restaurant of Messrs. Dewey
and Lawrence was the scene Satur Saturday
day Saturday night of a lively and animated
birthday party, at which Mrs. JacK
King was the honoree. There were
twenty-two guests, including the
members of the Jack King Comedians.
They arrived about twelve o'clock
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Slhanis Block Phone 163 Ocala, Florid
( PL I? V Try It it is a hard wheat tlour
XstlQXYy DCIL as good as any and less in price
Three packages 0 C
All former 20c. pkgsu
four cans for
Octagon Soap, Op
three bars for
Cherry Bell Flour 1 OC
24 lb. sack.. P A .J
Cherry Bell Flour CKn
12 lb. sack..,!.. UJU
Sauer's S. R. Flour f (
24 lb. sack vl'lv
Sauer's Self Rising EEC
TTlrmr 12 1h sack XJXJ
C. Gold Self Rising
Flour. 12 lb sack.
C. Gold S. R. Q 1 O K
Flour, 24 lb. sack V X
Senate Coffee, 7f
two pounds for 4 J
Senate Coffee, 1 in
three pounds for. V A X v
Walter Baker's Cocoa Qfr
One pound of
UNEED.J.S and all former O
in. Tt-fre rmrlcers
.WW fc -
two car.i for.
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle. .
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle. .
Reddick Peanut Butter
Evaporated Milk, 1 70
laree. Dcr dozen. v
small, per dozen..
One Sozen packages
Pint jars or
per gallon. .
Purina Feed far Cows. Chickens anil Horses. Free Delivery
Call and see our Mid-Winter Models J
which are most attractive, exclusive j
and distinctive in sty le and materials;
thp samp rimft strikindlv reason- If
able in prices.
Visiters at the Fair are cordially invited to make
themselves ai home in cur stcre
111 Enst iiroadway
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At the Residence ol the late L
on Lalcc Wcir Avenue, Ocala
On above date the personal property of L. E. Lang, deceased, will be
sold at public auction! This consists cf ore fcrd two-horse plows; one and
two-horse cultivators, riding and walking; disc harrows; mowing ma machines;
chines; machines; rakes; wagons and harness; to plug horses; hay. corn and pea pea-ntts,
ntts, pea-ntts, and farm tools too numerous t o mention. Terms of sale, cash. Sale
starts at 10 o'clock a. m. W. A. 1 Iliffllt
etecSiieoia (By tiers
Pint SOc Gallon S2.25
10 Second Street ' Pbonc 380
ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magaeloes Recharqed Cars Washed and Pcl!s!:cd
Repair Work, Acccssoiics, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.'and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Fiori 1
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Marion County (Fla.)
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