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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy tonight; warmer in north portion; Thursday local rains.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 42; this afternoon, 63.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT
NUMBER 4
CQMPLETiNG REPORT
OF COMMITTEE
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All the Findings of Naval Experts At
Arms Conference Will
' Soon be In

Washington, Jan. 4. (Associated
Press). Practical completion of its
report to be submitted by the commit committee
tee committee of experts to the naval committee
of the armament conference and
agreement of the sub-committee on
the Chinese tariff on a five per cent
effective basis were two important de developments
velopments developments today in the conference
situation.
WAGE ONLY CIVILIZED WAR
The American proposal to prohibit
use of submarines against merchant
vessels, now the predominant issue of
the arms negotiations, has been ac accepted
cepted accepted in principle by France, but her
delegates have reserved final approval
pending a discussion of the precise
language of the declaration.
British acceptance previously has
been given, and although neither the
Italians nor the Japanese had receiv received
ed received final instructions last night, there
were indications that neither Rome
nor Tokio would inerpose serious ob objection
jection objection if the proposal received
France's full approval.
AIR TANK EXPLODED
One Man Killed and Another Probably
Fatally Injured at Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, N. C.
(Associated Press)
Greensboro, N. C, Jan. 4. One man
was killed and one probably fatally
injured today when an -air tank in a
local garage used for filling tires ex exploded.
ploded. exploded. J. E. Albright, a plumbing
contractor, who had just entered the
garage on business, was killed. His
body was badly mangled. A. C. Lowe
was probably fatally injured. A leak
had developed in the tank and it was
being repaired under pressure when
the explosion occurred. The force of
the explosion tore out the front of the
building and shattered windows in the
vicinity.
'TEMPERATURE WILL TUMBLE
FROM GULF TO TENNESSEE
(Associated Press)
"Washington, Jan. 4. Cold wave
warnings have been ordered for Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and the 'east gulf states. The
temperature will fall decidedly to tonight
night tonight and Thursday in those sections
and by Thursday night in the Atlantic
.states.
COLD WEATHER COULDNT
CHECK BELFAST KILLERS
(Associated Press)
Belfast, Jan. 4. (By Associated
Press)., Six deaths resulted from the
present series of disorders in Belfast,
one fatality being that of a child shot
while in its mother's arms. Firing
continued last night. The heavy snow
and frost did not deter the rioters.
DATES FOR GASPARILLA
AT SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
(Robert W. Bentley)
Tampa, Jan. 4. Joe M. Lazano,
captain this year of Ye Mystic Krewe
of Gasparilla, the organization which
puts on the far-famed Gasparilla car carnival
nival carnival at Tampa each year, announces
that all of the dates have been ar arranged
ranged arranged for the spectacular event. The
dates are:
Jan. 9 Election of Gasparilla XIV,
his queen and court.
Feb. 1 Annual bachelors' ball, at
the Tampa Yacht and Country Club.
Feb. 3 King's ball, at the Tampa
.Bay hotel.
Feb. 5 Rehearsals for Krewe, at
Tampa Bay casino.
Feb. 6 Invasion of the city by the
"Krewe. Banquetat the Tampa Bay
JioteL
Feb. 7 Annual coronation ball, at
"Tampa Bay casino.
FATE CAUGHT UP
WITH WILLIAM BRINES
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 3. -William
Brines, a former University of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania student, acquitted last Janu.
ary for killing Elmer Drewes, Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth student, lost his life in an au automobile
tomobile automobile accident near San Diego,
Calif., Sunday, according to a mes mes-jsage
jsage mes-jsage received today by his uncle.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar

American Graves Registration Agent
Tells of Three Soldiers Who
Had Been Hung

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 4. Rufus Hub Hub-Laid
Laid Hub-Laid of New York, employed by the
American Graves Registration Serv Service
ice Service in preparing the bodied of Ameri American
can American soldiers for shipment from
France, told the Senate committee in investigating
vestigating investigating Senator Watson's charges
loday that on three bodies disinterred
he found a rope around the neck of
each and a black cap over each face.
He said there was nothing to identify
the bodies. Two were negroes and one
a white man. Hubbard declared the
ror"?s and caps were not removed be before
fore before the bodies were shipped to the
united States.
TROLLEY CAR TOPPLED
OFF THE TRACK
And Number of Passengers Injured In
AccidenQjn Ohio
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 4. Fifteen or
twenty persons were seriously injured,
two probably fatally, and a score or
more badly shaken up and bruised at
noon today when an interurban trol trolley
ley trolley car was derailed three miles south
of Bedford.
Edward Brigham, an artist from
New York, will give a dramatic mus musical
ical musical recital in the high school study
Violl TVinvilo Ctiirnnnn Tan rin H-
. A , ,
ginning at 3 o clock, especially for
f. , ,, -i
nigh scnooi ana eigntn graue pupns.
,L;:.. La;
school will be 50 cents. The room is
limited but those who are interested in
a high type of entertainment are in invited
vited invited to come.
HOGAX'S WILDCAT LIQUOR
DESTROYED HIS HOME
(Associated Press)
Cairo, 111., Jan. 4. Marie Hogan,
age seven, Gladys Hogan, age nine,
sisters, were burned to death today in
a fire which the police attributed to
the explosion of a liquor still. The
Hogan home was destroyed, but the
father, mother and three smaller chil children
dren children escaped.
HANGING WOULD BE THE
PROPER PUNISHMENT
(Associated Press)
Montgomery, Jan. 4. Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General Davis of Alabama has advised
all solicitors to prosecute for murder
persons arrested for manufacturing
liquor which has caused the death of
any person.
TOUCHED BY KINDNESS,
THIEF GIVES UP LOOT
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Jan. 3. County Detective
Jack Adams sent one dollar as a
Christmas gift to James Grant, who
j is now serving a six years' sentence
at the state penitentiary following
j his arrest sometime ago by Adams on
' a charge of grand larceny, and the
. gift was so appreciated that Grant
informed the detective where he could
find the stolen goods, heretofore un un-recovered.
recovered. un-recovered. Detective Adams acquired a friend friendship
ship friendship for the prisoner while he was in
jail here, because of his apparently
true story that he had been driven to
theft by circumstances. The detec detective
tive detective recalled Grant's confinement as
the Yuletide approached and enclosed
the one dollar bill in a letter of well
wishes. Grant immediately expressed
his gratitude and told the detective
that he wanted to make it a clean
slate by disclosing the whereabouts of
the stolen goods. Most of the articles
were recovered and restored to their
owners, including a gold watch chain
much prized as a remembrance. An Another
other Another recovery included a gaudy plait-
ed shirt, but members of the family
said its owner, the head of the family,
had never been popular about the
house since purchasing it and they
were glad it had been stolen.
NAPIER GRASS
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc For plans and
psrticulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. tf
Federal Fruit Cake.
16-tf

Ocala Rotary Club Had an Enjoyable I

Meeting and 100 Per Cent
Attendance
An attendance contest is on among
the Rotary clubs of Florida. It began
Tuesday and will continue during the

month of January. The Ocala Rotary j meeting of the Florida State Swine
Club started off the contest with a Growers ssociation to be held in
tang. At Tuesday's luncheon of the Ocala, Jan. 18th and 19th, met Tues Tues-Ocala
Ocala Tues-Ocala club, every member was present i day afternoon in the Board of Trade
with tbe exception of Rotarian Carl room. The committee made plans for
G. Rose. Rotarian Rose was in Talla- i a picnic luncheon at Silver Springs
hassee but by previous agreement j on the afternoon of Jan. 18th and a
with him a telegram was sent him im- j trip in the glass bottom boats. The
mediately and he wired back that he j sessions of the Swine Growers Asso Asso-would
would Asso-would make the attendance at Thom- j ciation will be held on the lower floor
asville, Ga., on Thursday. This will j of the armory and the Board of Trade
j;-ive the Ocala club a orw hundred per i -room has been designated as head-,
cent attendance for the week. j quarters for the convention where the
Besides being nottwoi thy because j visiting members of the association
of the attendance, Tuesday's luncheon i will be asked to report and register
was outstanding in many respects. It -ipon arrival here and where an infor infor-was
was infor-was a highly enthusiast .c meeting. niation bureau will be maintained.

The splendid attendance was the re result
sult result of hard work on the part of Ro Ro-tarians
tarians Ro-tarians Charlie Simmons and John
iJclwards. Charlie Simmons presided
m er the luncheon and arranged the j
program and is was a dendid one. ;
During the early part of the luncheon j
hour the Rotarians were treated to in- j
strumental music played by MLs Ruth
Simmons and Miss Elizabeth Bennett,
and a reading by Miss Rhoda Thomas ;
was greatly enjoyed.
The address of the 'Jay was made j
by Dr. J. H. Therrell, who reviewed
financial conditions during 1U21 and;
spoke optimistically in regard to the- i
1022. II.
;o;n .i r;
... t 't it :r.e
of deflation
;a;d that
year 1921 had been a y. :
iJ
' and re adjustment ?n.f
.
during the past tv.v.ve
mo.'uhs the
way toward
countrv had gone
getting back to what President Hard
i ing had called "normalcy.'" a:id adddd

that the country wa? ready to enter j nation will be slogan for the eonven eonven-upon
upon eonven-upon a period of expansion and de- j tion. The tentative program provides
development. Dr. Therrell was pres- I for an exhibit of home cured hams
cnt as the guest of Rotarian Charlie and bacon and for a demonstration of
Simmons. Rev. C. F. Benjamin of the butchering of a pork hog by Prof.
Alexandria Bay, N, Y., was present as j K. F. Warner, United States Bureau
the guest of Rotarian Jake GetitJ. : of Animal Industry, Washington, D.
Rev. Benjamin made a splendid talk. C. There will be a paper on "Why
Rotarian Carl Ray had as his guest Florida People Should Eat Florida
his afther, Mr. Walter Ray of Mattel, j Pork" and one on the home curing of
who was given a warm reception. meats.
The luncheon was served by ladies
of the hospital association. The tables j HORDE OF FRENCHMEN
were most tastefully decorated with DESCEND ON COCOA
roses and the luncheon itself was a j
most delightful one. (Associated Press)
' Cocoa, Jan. 3. Cocoa's quota of
DAYTONA MAY DROP .former doughboys recalling its difn-
OUT OF STATE LEAGUE; culties of language while in France,
I had a sympathetic feeling for some 30
(Associated Press j French cooks and waiters who were
Daytona, Jan. 4. Manager Jack j stranded overnight here recently.
Martin of the Daytona Florida State j "Boulevard" French, however, was of
League baseball club, has announced i no avail in these peace times and
the signing of Robert Ti. Harriott, a sympathy was about all the veterans
right-handed pitcher. Morriott who could offer.
hails from Little Falls, N. J., will re- It seems the French contingent was
port for spring training in March I en route to Miami Beach where it was
with the Islanders, according to Man- j to make up the "a la" of a tourist ho ho-ager
ager ho-ager Martin. The twirler is six feet'tel menu. For some unaccountable

tall and 21 years of age. During the
last season he worked in 45 semi
professional games and won 31.
Manager Martin, it was explained,
is going ahead with the organization
of next year's team despite the uncer
taintv as to whether the Islanders
will take the fielr at the opening of
the season. Daytona, along with other
clubs, suffered deficits last season, and
plans have been put afoot to insure
support of the team this year before
the season begins. Should this sup-
port fail to materialize, it is said,
navnna will dron out of the leasrue.
WAR ON WHISKY

Jacksonville, Jan. 4. Federal war- ed around that there resided some some-rants
rants some-rants were issued yesterday for the whe-e in the town a wise man, one

arrest of George Mason, manager of who had attended a university. To
the Mason hotel here, and Ward Van his house the gareons hurried. Arous Arous-Allen,
Allen, Arous-Allen, manager of the Orange Park ed from his sleep the linguist served
Inn, at Orange Park, Clay county, the purpose and telephoned to Miami
charging them with having violated Beach where he told the Frenchmen's
the prohibition laws. The arrests re- plight. Automobiles were gotten to to-suited
suited to-suited from raids made by federal gather and about daylight the rescu rescu-prohibition
prohibition rescu-prohibition enforcement o:?.cers New in? party arrived in Cocoa to find the
Year's eve. Officers entered the din- waiters clustered about the dapot in
ing room on the tenth floor of the no amiable mood.
Mason hotel just before r-idr.ight and They didn't shout "viva la Cocoa"
exhibiting a -search warrant proceed- either, as they rode away,
ed to look for intoxicants. Nothing
was found in the dining room, but in NOTICE
the basement they found six quarts of
whisky and ten cases of assorted There will be a corporate commun-
wines. The intoxicants were placed of the Woman's Auxiliary, cf
in the cellar and sealed. The raid on Grace Episcopal church tomorrow

' thp Orange Park Inn retted twenty-
four quarts of whisky

Fresh meats and poulary. Main hoped that there will be a -full at at-Street
Street at-Street Market. Phone 108. 4-tf tendance.

When They Meet in Ocala, January

18-19, Will be Given The
Time of Their Lives
The committee appointed' by the
Marion County Board of Trade to
make arrangements for the annual
The committee divided itself into
-iib-committees in charge of the va various
rious various parts of the entertainment as
follow?: Mr. J. C. Johnson, chair-
man. and Mr. C. V. Roberts to arrange
for luncheon at the springs; Mr. W.
D. Cai n to arrange for automobiles to
rake visitors to the springs; Mr. John
L. Edwards, to arrange for the glass
bottom boat trip; Mr. W. H. Marsh to
arrange for the necessary chairs and
tabl?s for the place of meeting.
The committee planned to meet in
i few days with the local committee
from the Swine Growers Association,
'onsistfr.g of W. C. Blood, chairman,
W. M. Git, L. II. Willis. II. G. Wood,
L. K. Edwards and E. C Beuchler.
It is expected that the meeting here
j will be one of the most important
that the association has held. The
i slogan: "East Florida Pork, Accept
; vo Substitute," adopted by the asso-
reason chefs and waiters piled off the
; train at Cocoa many miles north of
j their destination. Some of the tribe
' claim one of the train crew called
: "Miami." At any rate it was not Mi-
; ami and the train did net tarry along,
ut amid the vehement gesti-
culations of the Frenchmen.
; The leader of the party inquired
; for "Mons. St. Johns," to whom the
men were to report at Miami. The
: chef de gare, who incidentally was
-without the attire and authority of a
French station agent, nodded his head
gravely. Others about the railroad
station became lost in the maze of
foreign entanglements and gradually
withdrew. Finally the word was pass-
morning at the ehucn at 10 o'clocK.
At this time a collection for the
united offering will be taken. It is

Mrs. O. L. Anderson of Dublin Ap Appointed
pointed Appointed Magistrate Juvenile
Court of the City

(Associated Press)
Dublin, Ga,, Jan. 4. Mrs. O. L.
Anderson, wife of a well known rail railroad
road railroad official here, has been appointed
judge of Dublin's new juvenile court.
She is the first woman judge in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. 1
SWEETENED THE SMOKE
Candy Factory of Wiley Company in
Atlanta Consumed
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Jan. 4. Fire of undeter undetermined
mined undetermined origin practically destroyed the
three-story brick candy factory of the
Wiley Company here eany today. The
lo?s of stock of the concern is placed j
at $G0,000, irrespective of damage toj
the building. i
TEAM WORK NEEDED FOR
FARMERS AND TOWNSMEN
(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Jan. 2. Townspeople
and farmers must put themselves in
an attitude of making concessions or
as an alternative, co-operative stores
established by combinations of farm farmers
ers farmers will ultimately drive local merch
ants out of the business, John M. i
Gillette, of the University of North j
Dakota, told the members of thei
American Sociological Society at its;
annual meeting here. v j
"That organizations of farmers hasj
intensified the strife between city andi
country is generally recognized by j
students of the subject," continued Dr.
Gillette. "Too often the blame is at attached
tached attached exclusively to the farmers as
if they have no rights of self -protection.
t is not always perceived that
the business elements of cities have
been organized us a profit-getting
class for a long time and that the ten tendency
dency tendency is for all these elements to pre present
sent present a united front when ameliorative
agricultural legislation is proposed
or when farmers attempt co-operative
enterprises.
"If the farmers are right in their
contentions that they received an un unduly
duly unduly small proportion of the proceeds
from their -product, then they have a
right to organize both economically
and politically to protect their inter interests.
ests. interests. But be it remembered that their
co-operative efforts evoke about as
much hostility as do their political at attempts.
tempts. attempts. "There are many directions for
farmers and townsmen to take in their
teamwork together. Good roads are
mutually desirable. Both sides, have
a common interest in promoting local
industries. They make nearly mar
kets for certain kinds of farm pro produce
duce produce and eerve as, the basis of diversi diversified
fied diversified farming.
"Since it is chiefly over matters of
trade that country and town are ar arrayed
rayed arrayed against each other, the question
arises as to how they can compose
their differences. The local merchant
insists that farmers and other con consumers
sumers consumers should patronize home indus industries
tries industries and grow quite bitter over buy buying
ing buying from mail order houses. The
farmer, in turn, insists that local
prices of the things he buys are too
high and for things he sells, too low.
"If both sides will be sensible and
fair, ther is a basis of compromise;
but townsmen and farmers must put
themselves in the attitude of making
concessions. The farmers should not
be expected to sacrifice all of their
gain from buying from mail order
houoses, for example; not should
they expect small merchants to meet
the prices of such huge and efficient
establishments. The merchant should
be willing to cut prices and farmers
to pay a margin for local convenience.
"The alternative would appear to
be the development of co-operative
stores by farmers that will ultimately
drive local merchants out of business.
The latter would become managers of
and salesmen in such undertakings.
This would remove the reason for
strife."
EAT AT TTIE MAXLNE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street. tf
Free air and a man to put it fax
right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing
Company. 3-tf

Allegation Made in Federal Court
Yesterday Not Sustained
By the Evidence

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Jan. 4. Three mem members
bers members of the grand jury which returned
indictments against W. M. Bostwick,
Sheriff W. H. Dowling and others re recently
cently recently in connection with the investi investigation
gation investigation of the alleged liquor ring here,
testified in federal court today as to
the procedure followed in reaching the
indictments.
Counsel, for Bostwick yesterday in
filing a motion asking that the indict indictment
ment indictment as to him be quashed, alleged
that the only evidence the jury had
was the statement from Assistant
United States Attorney Yerkes of
.what he was prepared to prove and
that Yerkes was in the jury room
while the jurors were deliberating.
The jurymen were summoned at the
request of Bostwick's counsel. All
agreed that Yerkes was not in the
room during their deliberations, and
Mr. Yerkes said the affidavit he read
to the jury was a transcript of the
evidence given the jury by a witness
previously and was read to refreshen
their memories.
No decision has been reached yet by
Judge Clayton on the motion to dis dismiss
miss dismiss the indictment.
LOCAL POST PREPARING
For the Convention of Commanders
and Adjutants of the Ameri American
can American Legion
The days of the state commanders'
and adjutants' convention are rapidly
approaching! The local post has ar arranged
ranged arranged the program for the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of these delegates from all over
the state. The plans include a supper
and other entertainment for Monday
night, Jan. 9th. and a trip to Silver
Springs Tuesday morning.
In order to defray the expense of
this entertainment the local post has
been compelled to ask aid from the
citizens, as is done whenever any other
convention meets in Ocala. Ocala has
a good name as a convention city.
She has always entertained her guests
royally and sent them away with a
good word for our town. There will
be from 100 to 150 men from every
nook and corner of the state in Ocala
at this convention next week. It will
be an asset to pur town to show these
men a good time. The delegates will
pay their own hotel and incidental ex expenses
penses expenses but Ocala will have to furnish
some entertainment to make their
stay enjoyable.
Ocala was selected for this conven convention
tion convention because of her central location.
"Ocala, the capital place for Florida's
capital." A committee is going to
call this week for assistance financial financially.
ly. financially. Each man called upon is request requested
ed requested to do his best
LUCKY PHILLIES WILL
TRAIN AT LEESBURG
(Associated Press;
Philadelphia, Jan. 4. The Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia National League baseball club
announced today that Manager Wil Wil-helm,
helm, Wil-helm, fifteen pitchers and three catch
ers would report for spring training
at.Leesburg, Fla,, March 1st. When
all players report there will be more
than thirty in the squad.
MUSTN'T LET HAYS
TAKE THE MARINES
With Him if He Quits the Postoffice
for the Moving Pictures
Washington, Jan. 4. (Associated
Press). Postmaster General Hays
said today he had not yet decided
whether to leave the cabinet and ac accept
cept accept the new place offered him in the
motion pictrre industry and was not
likely to mike a decision within the
next ten days. He will discuss the de details
tails details of the offer with the picture man managers
agers managers January 14th. It is understood
he wa offered $150,000 a year to be begin
gin begin with, but this sum is now said to
be somewhat under the sum now in
prospect as the bid has been incerased
upon Hays' hitherto reported refusal.
- Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if youH call phone 108. Main Street
Market. 4-tf,
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.



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a persistent seeker for personal items,
and writes two or three times as
much news copy, including "society
slush," as editorial opinion. And he
is mournfully aware that much edi editorial
torial editorial opinion, including his own, is
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U. T.-U. was the make-up. The average edi-

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That story of an alliance between
France and Japan was too thin to hold

water for even a day.

We suppose it is logical to infer

that moonshine liquor was first used

on the moon. Scientists say life on

the moon has been long extinct.

- The Lakeland Telegram announces

that it is taking the full leased wire
service of the Associated Press. The
Telegram is certainly one solid and
steadily growing paper.

A great deal of disappointment and

distrust regarding the limitation of
armaments conference has developed

in the last two or three weeks. This
we think is principally the fault of
the "special, writers," which the
newspapers with, in our opinion, mis

taken judgment, have allowed so
large a place ir reporting, or rather
discussing, the proceedings of the con conference.
ference. conference. These men, such as Bryan,
Wells, Lawrence, Simonds, et. als., do
not write reports. They write opin opinions,
ions, opinions, and as each and every one of
them is hostile to one or more of the
nations represented at the conference,
he tries to make the nations he doesn't
favor in the wrong. The people would

have a much clearer opinion of what
was going on if the newspapers had
printed nothing about the conference

except the regular news stories writ

ten by men who make reporting a
business, and the opinions of their
own editors, most of whom are as
competent of forming an opinion as

Wells or Bryan.

FELLOWSHIP

The "invisible empire" is becoming
more and more invisible every day.
There was never any more reason for
it than there was for "before day"
clubs.

And now comes one of those wild wild-eyed
eyed wild-eyed correspondents at the Washing Washington
ton Washington conference, saying that the Amer American
ican American government is determined that
Japan shall move out of Siberia. Of
course, such a determination, openly
expressed, would amount to a decla declaration
ration declaration of war, and of course the
American government is not going to
do any such fool thing.

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(Evening Star Jan. 4, 1002)
Judge W. S. Bullock is just winding

up the scattered threads of the Alach Alachua
ua Alachua liquor men's case. The matter has

been a long and trying one to the

judge. He held up a bundle of papers

this morning to a Star man and said,
"There are ten opinions in the mat

ter covering fifty typewritten pages."

Mr. Mitchell of Summerfield,

Davis' father-in-law, was in the city

today.

Miss Bertha Strunk, the up-to-date
stenographer of Col. O. T. Green, :j:
made the Star an appreciated call this

morning. -792

Tom Thompson, the bright medical 6

student, after a visit to his parents, K

Condensed Statement of the

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left today for Louisville to resume his

studies.
William Hocker and bride- arrived

4. 1 1 1

vcsiciudv xrum uDa ana iNassau.i

where they have been spending the &
last two weeks on their wedding trip. ;
They will keep house in Judge Hock- VV
er's handsome residence on Oklawaha '1
avenue. jit
Miss Margaret Eagleton charming- f
ly entertained a number of young lady ffl
friends at a card party at her home&
on Oklawaha. The prize winners were : A
Misses Ethel Sinclair and Minnie '"Jl

Gamsby. Delicious refreshments were ; aI

Ocala, Florida
At the Close of Business Dec. 31st, 1921, as Called
for by the Comptroller of the Currency.

Resources

served to the guests.

M. 1

Says the Plant City Courier, trying
to reproduce one of the original lim limericks,
ericks, limericks, which came into bearing about
1875:
"To a hen said Henry Ward Beecher,
" 'My dear, you're a beautiful creat creature.'
ure.' creature.' "Said the hen, 'Then I beg
" 'You'll accept of an egg
"And thus did the hen reward Beech Beecher."
er." Beecher." The way we heard it, and we were
there when it was coined, was thus:
"Said a great Congregational preach preacher,
er, preacher, "To the hen, 'You're a beautiful
creature.'
"The hen, upon that,
"Laid two eggs in his hat,
"And thus did the Henry Ward
Beecher."

Mr. Nathan Mayo has appeared be before
fore before the board of county commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, representing the people of the
southern end of the county in their
request to have the road from Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield to Weirsdale put in good
order. The commissioners have decid decided
ed decided to consult with the state road de department
partment department regarding an alliance of
state and county resources in improv improving
ing improving this necessary road.' The com commissioners
missioners commissioners want an arrangement by
which they can obtain an engineer
from the state department and the
use of Marion county auto license
money, the county giving the work of
county convicts and the pro rata of
county money for that section to the
improvement of the road. The Star
suggests that if the road is to be re rebuilt
built rebuilt the route be somewhat changed,
so people driving along it' can obtain
a good view of the lake, which would
be a great pleasure for our own peo people
ple people as well as visitors.

Ocala Star, referring to "society
slush, fluff and guff," appears to over overlook
look overlook the fact that 1,000,000 people
daily look to the "society page" of
their favorite newspapers to see if
their names appear in the chronicles
therein made public and that the
other 109,000,000 of this country turn
to the same pages, hoping their names
may be found therein. Times-Union.
We would suppose so astute a jour journalist
nalist journalist as the editor of the Times Times-'Union
'Union Times-'Union would understand that the Star
spoke facetiously, and if he was go going
ing going to criticise the remark should
have reproduced the paragraph in
full, so his readers could judge for
themselves. The pages of the Star
are proof that the editor understands

Fellowship, Jan. 3. Christmas has

passed and from aU accounts every

one in this section had a merry Christ
mas.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mann and chtf

dren spent Christmas with Mr, and

Mrs. G. W. Mills and returned home!
last Wednesday. Miss Eva. Mills ac accompanied
companied accompanied them home and will be
their guests for several days.
Messrs. Sanbum of Palmetto and
Cappleman of Fort King were callers
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C- Hall of Orlando
were the guests of Mrs. J. T. PhiHps
Christmas.
Miss Irene McCully of Arcadia, and
Miss Lucille Meade of Palmetto, were
the guests of Misses Winnifred and
Geneva McCully last Thursday.
Mr. Meade Smith of Palm View,
was the guest of Mr. Claude A. Mc McCully
Cully McCully last week.
Mr, Emmett Stephens, representing
the KHgore Seed Company of Plant
City, was a caller a few days ago in
the interests of his firm firm-Mr.
Mr. firm-Mr. and Mre. George Proctor of
Pedro, were guests of Mrs. Proctor's
mother, Mrs. Rosa Seckinger during
the holidays.
Miss Leone Brooks entertained a
number of friends last Friday eve evening
ning evening with a purlo. All who attended
report a pleasant time.
Master Kyle and Miss Zeda Noble
of Morriston returned home Saturday
afternoon after spending the holidays
with their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer and
children of Oklawaha, and Mrs. John
Needham and daughter of Ocala were

guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
McCully.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lanier, Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Lanier and Master Howard
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.
J. McCully the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Proctor and chil children
dren children of Ocala were guests of Mrs.
Ella A. Crumpton Christmas.
The farmers of this section are busy
preparing for another crop. You can
hear them from the early dawn to
the dewy eve. I don't know that there
will be any more acres planted than
last year, but from all indications
there will be much better preparation
of the soil
We saw our first ice this morning
for the season, and hogs are suffering
with headache and sore throat.
We wish every one a happy and
prosperous New Year.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star, Jan. 4, 1912)

Marshal Carter rounded up a negro i
for spitting on the sidewalk the other j
day and another today. The recorder :t
and marshal are determined to break ;f;
up this filthy and useless habit. ?ft

Judge Bell today issued a marriage
license to Mr. George Spencer and
Miss Julia Brown.

Judge W. S. Bullock has convened!

the grand jury to look. into the matter! X
of indicting the men Seymour andjj-:
Akin, who were bound over just after j )
the grand jury adjourned, charged
with arson at Fort McCoy. j;-;

Hengly of Nashville, two substantial ;
citizens of Tennessee, who are tour- j ';:;:;
ing Florida, stopped in Ocala today 5-;
to visit Stirling Hooper, who is also j
a native of the volunteer state, j
The Star is greatly indebted to Miss j
Byrd Wartmann for the excellent re- j I ijt
port of the Wednesday morning mus- j V;
ical which appeared in yesterday's pa- j
Per. &
Mrs. R. A. Burford left yesterday

for Iroy, Ala., where she will attend
i : m: i. l it i r

n umnant social auau among me
society leaders of that city.

Loans and Discounts
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. ... :
Stocks and Bonds .......... ...l
Overdrafts
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures ;
Other Real Estate

820,585.06
50,000.00
250.429.46
614.07
37,500.00
13,146.56

Cash and with Banks j. 127,778.45

TOTAL ..-$1,300,053.60

Liabilities

Capital Stock,
Surplus .. ....
Undivided Profits ....
Reserved for Interest and Taxes
Circulation ...
Bills Payable against Liberty Bonds.
Rediscounts Federal Reserve Bank..

.... $

50,000.00
50,000.00
7,139.12
1,500.00
50,000.00
55,000.00
75,200.00

DEPOSITS 1,011,214.48

TOTAL 1,300,053.60

C. V. Roberts Barney Spencer

Phone 305 Phone 431

CALVARY

Calvary, Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs.
Crosby and baby of Titusville, came
Saturday and spent Christmas with
relatives here, returning Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and
children motored to Miami and spent
Christmas with Mrs. Buhl's father
and and other reltaives.
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and Mr.
Crosby's father and Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Morrison went to Dunnellon Mon Monday
day Monday after Christmas in Mr. Crosby's
big car. They had a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison and
children went to Martel last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison were
also visitors in Martel Sunday.
Miss Jessie Morrison spent Christ Christmas
mas Christmas at home with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Morrison.

Cakes, cookies and rolls fresh every
day at the Federal Bakery. 3-6t

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

that one word
tells the
whole story

STORAGE BATTERY

Guaranteed Years
Blalock Bros

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For Rent
FURNISHED
APARTMENT
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
PHONE 52

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PEERLESS TIRE
30x3 IVon Skid $8.00
30x3 1-2 Ncn Skid $10.00
We Specialize On
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DIXIE HIGHWAY
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WHY SUFFER SO?

A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS,
PHONE 183

ffpr from a bad back, from

harp, shooting thinges. headaches,
'dizziness and distressing urinary ills?

Ocala people recommend Doan s Kid Kid-jney
jney Kid-jney Pills. Ask your neighbor! Could
!vou ask for stronger proof of merit?
i C. F. Hays, who runs woodyard, N.
Magnolia St., Ocala. says: "I think
heavy lifting caused my kidneys to
become weak. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was
often so stiff and lame, I could hardly
do my work. I also had frequent,
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills, and L be be-pan
pan be-pan using them. Doan's gave me more
if ef than all the other medicines I
('. : and I gladly recommend them.
The above statement was given
j:;v 13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918,
I.Ir." Hays added: "I gladly confirm the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
t use this medicine since, for it ha
tfected a permanent cure."
Price 60-.. at all dealers. Don't
Fuiiuly ask for a kidney remedy get
linn's Kidney Pil'.s the same that
Jr.- Havs had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
I If Muffalo. N. Y. Adv. 2

FarmersExchangeStore I

MERCHANTS BLOCK

Phone 163

Sugar Cane Syrup,
pint bottles
Tall Pink Salmon
per can
UNEEDAS,
one package
UNEEDAS,
two packages
UNEEDAS,
three packages ........
OCTAGON SOAP,
one cake.
OCTAGON SOAP,
two cakes
OCTAGON SOAP,
three cakes
OCTAGON SOAP.
twelve cakes
P. & G. SOAP,
. one cake
P. & G. SOAP,
two cakes
P. & G. SOAP,
three cakes..
P. & G. SOAP,
twelve cakes
ARGO SALMON
per can
Campbell's Soup,
one can
Campbell's Soup,
four cans,

11c
15c
8c
15c
20c
8c
15c
21c
80c
8c
15c
21c
80c
30c
12c
45c

CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
SHORTS,
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
BEET PULP,
SWEET FEED,
OYSTER SHELL,
MICA GRIT,
BEEF SCRAPS.
PURINA
CHICKEN
CHOWDER,
PURINA COW CHOW.
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.

A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED. We so solicit
licit solicit your patronage

Guaranteed vulcanizing at
Tire & Vulcanizing Company.

Ocala
3-tf

Apalachicola select oysters every
day.- 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
CitV Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

The
Windsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

TN the heart of the city, "with
Hemming Payk for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor

The best bread and rolls yon ever; We are making plenty of Pullman
ate can be had at the Federal Bakery, j bread every day now. Federal Bak Bak-fresh
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At the close of business Saturday, Dec. 31st, 1921
Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of Currency

OCA LA EVENING STAfi, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1922

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EVERYONE has heard of Fannie Hurst
and the odd marriage arrangement
wherein she. and her husband live
their lives independently, meet by appoint appointment
ment appointment and pursue an agreement under which
their work has, at all times, first considera consideration.
tion. consideration. Realizing the strong hold which this
unique and talented woman has upon the
reading public, we have arranged to print
in these columns a series of her best short
stories under the title
Fannie Hurst
Novelettes
Fannie Hurst and her spouse are artists, her
art taking the form of literature and his that of
music. Artists are different from other people.
The intense concentration of their minds and
the very keenness of the mental eye which they
must cultivate, produce 44 nerves," sometimes
called temperament. This has resulted too fre frequently
quently frequently in matrimonial shipwreck, to avoid
which this couple evolved their singular ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement. Her ability to write, her perfect insight on
life, her mastery of realism and human-interest;
her selection of themes from the lowly, strug struggling,
gling, struggling, problem-beset realm of humanity, make
her comparable to but one other author she is
the O. Henry of her sex.

"Fannie Hurst's Novelettes" Are the Most Striking
Stories We Have Ever Printed. Be Sure to Read Them

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"Businesslike Toads
After lizards, hatnuliian nrp likely
to' be the popular favorites; indeed, I
prefer a couple of wise old natter natter-Jack
Jack natter-Jack toads' to anything else, a writer
says in the London Express.
Their manner when about to take a
meal may not be graceful, but it is de decidedly
cidedly decidedly businesslike. A few strides
take th natterjack alongside his prey
a nice fat worm worm-He
He worm-He arches his neck and waits for an another
other another sign of life; then, unseen, his
tongue flicks out and with a series of
very pronounced "swallows," the eyes
sieving into the head each time, the
ml gradually disappears.
Ff s are great favorites with batra batra-chia&s
chia&s batra-chia&s of all sorts and I have now a
pair of natterjacks that will sit side by
side in my hand and flick the insects
off the window pane.

English Roads.
Four times only in English history
has there been a studied effort to pro provide
vide provide new roads or improve the road
system. The Romans built the great
military roads, like Watling street, by
which In part the modern motorist
travels from Liverpool to London and
then there was a lapse of 1,100 years
until Elizabeth. It is curious that
neither Alfred nor William the Oon Oon-oneror
oneror Oon-oneror nor Edward I nor Warwick the

kingmaker should have set himself to
roadmaking, the first need of every
army, but so It was. The Elizabethan
effort was only one symptom of the
new progressive public spirit to which
England owes the Elizabethan poor
law and a revival, if not a re-creation,
of the ordered life' of shire and village.
Christian Science Monitor.

How Sand Dunes Travel.
In the desert of La Joya. Peru,
there are thousands of cressent-shaped
cand dunes, formed by the winds, and
slowly advancing across the level sur surface.
face. surface. One investigator measured on.
of these dunes, the points of whose
crescent were 160 feet apart, while the
'ength round the convex side was 47.'
feet. The width at the widest part or
the crescent was more than lflO fee :.
The weight of the sand composing the
dune was estimated at 8O00 tons, yet it
moved 125 feet la a year. All the
dunes have the same form, and all

have the convex si do toward tba
vailing- south winds.

HOW A CRAB CM A NitS suiiS

He Withdraws Painfully From His Old
Shell and Then Quickly Grows
Another.
How does a crab grow? Does his ar armor
mor armor increase in si.e to accommodate
his body as it becomes larger and
larger? As a matter of fact it does
not ; the shell never alters at all. The
crab, like a growing boy, requires a
new suit every now and then to cover
his growing limbs.
He grows slowly inside his shell, un until
til until a day comes when he simply cannot
bear it any longer, says a writer. Then
he retires to the safest hiding place
that he can find, and a curious process
begins. Grasping a tuft of seaweed
firmly with his legs, he begins to move
his body about inside his shell. In a
short time a crack appears across the
back. Through this the crab gradu gradually
ally gradually heaves out his soft body.
Then, after a short rest, he sets to
work on the long business of unsheath unsheathing
ing unsheathing his claws. Ies and feelers, each of
which is draw n out of its armored cov covering,
ering, covering, just as a sword is pulled from
the scabbard.
Your crab is now the most defense defenseless
less defenseless creature imaginable; not only is
his body as soft as butter, but he is
quite unable to move, for the unshell unshell-Ing
Ing unshell-Ing process has completely exhausted
him.
He remains perfectly still, trusting
that he is well concealed from foes.
And as he waits you see him growing.
There was not room for much expan expansion
sion expansion Inside the shell, so he makes up
for lost time once he is out of it.
In a short time a new shell begins
to form, and before many weeks have
passed he is as full armored as ever,
and several sizes larger.

SASH

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Needtiam Motor Co,
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252

INUiBtSTiON
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Busy Public Official Says Thed Thed-tord's
tord's Thed-tord's B!ack-Dr.:ighi Helps Hira
Keep PLytitJJy Fit.

Clay City, Ky.-."I have been in
cosiness here for tv. en y one yt-ars;
ni also coroner, ri ing rhe Kentucky
'ills and ho!;ov,s in all kinds of
ather and under ail kinds of con con-c
c con-c tions," pays Mr. S;.:ij T Carr, of this
)'ace. "To be able; to do jo. I iru ';
'.:-8p j hysirally fit. arvl Thefoi'd"?
"ack-l'ra'if.ht is my stand-by.
' "Thefe trijs use-.! o jrivc heaO heaO-;
; heaO-; hes, and thru, i Knir,.!, camp fron;
urried meals or from --or;-t?J-ation.
"I was convinced that Blk-Draivifc'
as tjood. so rev I if. and it g: ;c
crfccc s; ti, fac-ti L act;, on 'hi
ver, relieves indigestion, and cptain cptain-v
v cptain-v is splendid. I am never without it"
When vou have a feeling of discom
rt after meals, musing a. bloatins
enation, headache, bad .breath, anr!
similar common symptoms, try liking
i pinch of J31ack-Dra Tight after meals
i pinch of the dry powder, washed
lown with a swallow of water. This
las been found to assist the stomach
nd liver to carry on their normal
vork. and helps prevent, or relieve,
onstipafion.
Your druggist can supply you with
ills v.--Jl-l i-.ov. n. p :- --": ':. "iv?v
nedi iri. Insist upon Thedr'ord s. the
riainal and only gemiinr Black-

Vital statistics show that the birth
rate increased in France in 1920. At
Marseilles, for the first time in years,
the number of bir.hs grreatly exceed exceeded
ed exceeded the number of ieaths. At Chalons-sur-Saone
the t.tal of births for the
year was S9 and that of deaths. 571.
In Toulon the number of births ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded by 118 that of deaths, some something
thing something that has not happened for 30
years. From Orleans satisfactory
fipnres also have been communicated,
and at IMeppe th- number of births
exc-pdi-T by 30 pt cnt the number

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
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 AIU LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-

2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m

2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg

2:15 am Tampa
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee

4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

I ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
' Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 ;.m
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg -Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnello-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
t0:15pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thur?dav. Saturday.

35 am

15 :jn

35 pm

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585,571.50
326,399.06
2,700.00

RESOURCES
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
Securities $
U. S. Bonds
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .....
Other Real Estate Owned 1 .-i
Overdrafts... ... ...
CASH: On Hand and Due from Banks

TOTAL. -. .....$1,083,246.39

36,000.00 $
3,131.42

126,745.84

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, fully paid in 1 ..$ 75,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned- .... 20,640.64

Circulation
Bills Payable ...
Re-discounts
DE'POSITS

TOTAL

75,000.00
None
. None
- 912,605.75

- ...$1,083,246.39

On the Merits of the above Statement,
We Invite Your Business.

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FOUR

OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVEiil&SlMTS
FOR SALE Ford worm diive truck
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. y4-tt

FOR RENT Three nice rooms fori
light housekeeping; all modern con-
veniences. Apply to Mrs. Martha
Wiiliams, 212 Oiange avenue, or
phone 3U.
12-ly-tf
.
PLANTS FOR SAU cnanesion j
Wakefield and Surehead cabbage,
Crystal Wax Bermuda onion, Big
Koston lettuce. C. H. Cooner, 74t
Wyomina St.. Phone 381. 15-tf
j
FOR SALE A limited number of fat j
turkeys for New Year. Address C. j
P. Howell, box 188. 28-6t
FOR RENT Compete upper floor
arranged for housekeeping, or one
or two rooms if des.red. Bath, hot

ana coia water, tw.., ui wwu-:her

Apply to 403 Ft. King Ave. 21M5t ;
LOST Last week a pink cameo pin,j
somewhere on the streets. Finder j
please notify Mrs. George Close or or-the
the or-the Star office. 29-6t j
FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
White Wyandotte cock bird, thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J. L. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St., Ocala, Ha. 15-lm
CORDREY BROTHERS Transfer;

Line is fuiiy cvtuipped to give prompt; Mr. Paul McLeod who has been The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am Am-service
service Am-service in aii Kinds of light or heavy i spending his vacation with his father, j erican Legion will meet this evening
hauling. Also baggage. Rates right. : Mr. E. C. McLeod, in Ocala, has re- at the armory at 8 o'clock. All mem mem-Phone
Phone mem-Phone 434. 1-1-tf I turned to Greenville, S. C, where he j bers are requested to be present.
, is attending Furman University. Mrs. Claire Moremen, Sec'y.
FOR SALE Eggs for setting, thoor- 1 ;

bred Anconas '"Shepphard stock,"
the great winter layers. Lawrence,
118 Daagherty St., Ocaia.31-Gt
FOR SALE Eight room modern
UU,1IC "c" reu
garage, Iruit and nowers; close
price; owiier leaving Ucala. Cash,
terms or exchange for Gainesville
property. Write P. O. Box 55, i
Gainesville, Fla. 31-6t
LOST Pocketbook containing $11
and annual passes over the S. A. L.,
d ip
A. C. L., F. E. C., F. C. & G. at
, N. Liberal reward lor return of
same. C. T. Johnson, Dunnellon,
Fla. 2-3t
ROOM RENT, FREE To middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged lady who will stay in the
house with elderly lady from 9 a.
m. to 3 p. m. Phone 508 eve evenings.
nings. evenings. 3-6t
FOR RENT Comfortable rooms for
light housekeeping, hot and cold
water and bath; well ventilated.
Also four-room apartment and 3 3-room
room 3-room connected apartment. Call at
Dormitory or phone 305. 2-12t
WOOD Ail lengths oak or pine; for
cooKstove, neuter or rhepiace. I
give you quick, service. Pnone 322.
.Also pair ox niaits, new wagon and
harness lor saie. tl. Bumonni, N.
iViagiioua bt., Ucaia. 3-im
r OK bAixti. Shetland pony and cart.
Write iVirs. i-. u. Lytie, Stanton,
Fla. 19-I2t
LOSi' Diamond suiiourst pm. Finder
win be suicUuiy icwaiueu by re reluming
luming reluming to omee. 3-ot
FUUND .roeketoouK. Owner may
nave aume oy proving property and
paying ior uns ad. otur omce. 3t
mlvuKl, UAlv AiND PINE
V UUJ, $Z lUAu, UiuLl v JLUED. it.
tl. LKJUU L.UxMlitli CO. lti-ti
WaJYI'jcD io rent or buy, an oak
typewriter UeoK, oliice taoie and
two tnans. xuo either an L. C
'Jsniitn or Koyai typewriter. Pnone
lay or wnite t U. iox zzb. 3-bt
FOR liEiNl lhree or four rooms
suitable ior lioustkeeping, i)21 Cake
Weir Ave. 4-ot
,
WAi'i.D Several good milk cows.
Auaies P. U. liox 447. 4-3t
r'UR itt..N i iwo uniuinisned rooms,

MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

;
If you have any society items for!
the Star, please call five-one.
Federal Fruit Cake.
Mr- Lang Goodyear, who has been
; copaucior on me a. i. 1. tram run- i
jning between Inverness and High f
I Springs, has been transferred to this j
1 -1 g T .
jciiy, wmcn is nis npme, ana will nave j
i charge of the Homosassa local. Mr. j
oooayear is stopping at tne colonial. ;
A varied -liae of parlor sets how on
display here. They are serviceable, G.
up to the minute, and selling at very j
reasonable prices. Let us sh9w you j
the line. Theus Bros., The Furniture I
Men. 30-tf I
Miss Helen Killebrew, granddaugh-1
ter of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane, has
returned from Atlanta, where she
went to spend the holidays, visiting j
father and mother ta the same
time

A good bargain is to get what you upon he led his brethren to the res res-want
want res-want when you want it at a reason- jtau rant of Dewey & Lawrence, where
able price. Low prices are not always j all enjoyed an excellent oyster sup-
bargains when it comes to buying j per.
FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf Tulula Lodge starts the New Year

Miss Eloise Henry opened her kin-'
i dergarten school Tuesday morning
after having been closed for several
; weeks on account of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire have i
returned from a two weeks' trip to ;
St. Augustine and Belleair. j
You can "get the famous Day Dream j
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm-
acy. Phone 284. 4-tf j
:
Mrs. Annie Martin and daughter,
Mrs. Jack Walker of Greenville, S. C,.'
were in the city yesterday en route
to Eastlake, where they will spend the j
remainder of the winter at Mrs. Mar-
tin's cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ricketson and
family, former residents of Ocala,
but for some time past living in Bush Bush-nell,
nell, Bush-nell, have returned to Ocala and are
now occupying one of the Duebel
houses hear the dormitory.
Mr. Jack Embry of the American
Express Company, is in town to at attend
tend attend the trial of Ralph Holter, express
robber, captured in Chicago the other
day. L. J. Knight, who drove the car
for the gang the night they broke in
the depot at Belleview, was recaptur recaptured
ed recaptured by Mr. Embry at Sarasota. He is
out but under heavy bond.
In the circuit court yesterday, after
Judge Bullock had refused to quash
the indictments against J. W. Akin,
Mr. Akin's attorney, Mr. R. A. Bur Burford,
ford, Burford, asked ofr a bill of particulars in
the case. This request was granted
by the court.
The house known as the "Saints
Rest," at Orange Lake, was burned
Sunday afternoon. Ie was occupied
and owned by Mr. Dansby.
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
The Eastern Star sewing circle met
with Mrs. Carrie Richey Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the hall. There was a large
attendance and a great deal of work
accomplished. After several hours of
sewing and chatting, Mrs. Richey, as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. J. C. Smith, served
fruit salad, saltines, cake and hot I
chocolate.

De held in the compuny s oiuci at
also sleeping rooms and light house- j ocala, tia., on Monday, the oti; day day-keeping
keeping day-keeping rooms. Burnett's fiat, cor-jot reoruary, .a. D. LvH, at xb o ciocK
ner Ft. King and Magnolia. 4-6t n- 10r me purpose oi tict.ng cui-
i cers and such other business, as may
SEWING WANTED Will do plain j come before the meeting.

or fancy sewing for men, women or
children. Phone 305.
Hodge, at dormitory.
Mrs. Mollie j
2-6t
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' Ul Til 1AM I JK Ml IP" 1

ODD FELLOWS INSTALLED
NEXT TERM OFFICERS

At a well attended meeting Tues-
day night, the members of Tulula
j Lodge installed their officers for the :
; ensuing year. The officers are as f ol ol-jlows:
jlows: ol-jlows: I F. W. Ditto, P. G.; E.
E. Converse,
G.; Frank
N. G.; J. Malever, V.
Churchill, secretary; H. D. Stakes,
treasurer;' T. C. Carter, R. S. N. G.;
G. F. McRae, L. S. N. G.; J. M. Riles,
,
warden; C. Simmons, conductor; F. E.
McClane. chaniain: B. Scencer. R S.
S.; R. W. Riles, L. S. S.; J. M. Potter,
1 1. G.; A. B. Halsell, O. G.; J. R. Jor-
'dan, R. S. V. G.; C. E. Tubbs, L. S. V.
The lodge also put in some time in
work, and confered the second degree i
on Mr. A. J. Stephens.
Installation and work over, the
lodge settied down for a few talks for
"the good of the order." Of course it
was up to the newly installed officers
to make brief addresses. Bat when
the new noble grand, Mr. E. E. Con-
verse, was called on hp id
he
; thought he had a better way than
; talking to refresh the lodge. Where-
100 per cent in number and jrcoi
works, and will keep well to the front
Jin Ocala fraternalism during 11)22.
I
AUXILIARY MEETING
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. 4-tf
1 Miss Louise Spencer was hostess
last night to the luesday evening
auction club at its regular weakly
meeting. A pleasant evening at auc-
tion was spent, with only the club
members playing. Miss Margaret
Jackson was winner of the fn-st prize
and Miss Christine Close drew the
booby. At the conclusion of the game
refreshments were served by the
j nosiess.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott and Dr.
and Mrs. E. L. Scott of Birmingham, j
left early this morning in their car
for a trip down the East Coast toj
Miami. j
Mr. and Mrs. D. Niel Ferguson were

the honorees at a delightful party last ; to be given to the railroads. We pro pro-night,
night, pro-night, when Mrs. C. L. Collins and i u si against being taxed to give this

1 Miss Mabel Akins entertained about ;
thirty of their friends at the ColUus
home. From the time the guests ar-
rived until they left, every minute
wa staken up with all kinds of. games ';
that were entered into by all present,;
making the occasion a jolly and pleas-;
ant one. Mrsl Collins and Mts4 Akins i
proved themselves delightful hostesses
and their party for Mr. and Mrs. Per-
guson was an ideal occasion for be-
coming better acquainted with this j
young couple. The hostesses served a!
delicious salad course with hot tea at
the close of the evening.
Mr. Van Ferguson, after spendir.g
the holidays with relatives ia Ocala,
has resumed his studies- at Emory
College, Atlanta.
Mr. J. E. Walker went to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee yesterday to attend to business
i matters.
Zane Gray's latest novel,
Last Man,' on sale Jan. oth
BOOK SHOP.
'io the
at THE
4-3t
NOTICE
The annual meeting of tne stocK-
i holders of the Ucaia iron Vvoiks u ui
uatea in ucaia mis tne uiu uu oi
! January, A. D.
George Macivay, President.
D. S. Woourow, iecietaiy. tues
By Charles Sughro
Western Nrwat"" L?ruon
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FVtOA -CUE. CASUS CV4U

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MRS. LANG GOODYEAR

The remains of Mrs. Lang Goodyear
were laid to their final rest in the
.Dunnellon cemetery. The funeral cere-
mony was attended by many friends,
tne;r hearts saddened by the early
parsing of one so dear to them.
Mrs. Goodyear was before hermar hermar-riacce
riacce hermar-riacce Miss Irma Canova. Her mother
dying when she was a little child, she
was brought up by her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown, and it was
at their home in Lakeland that she
va; wooed and won by Lang Good Goodyear,
year, Goodyear, a young railroad man and one
of our Ocala boys. They made their
home here during most of their mar married
ried married life, and Mrs. Goodyear, a charm charming
ing charming young woman, won the friendship
of all who knew her. They removed
, -it. 1..'
Goouyear had not been m the best of ;
ilth the last two or three years, but
rovement was expected, so it j
S a
shock to her friends to learn,
y, that she had passed away
after a two weeks illness in a Jackson-

vre hospital jjiiajiug weie .um. uijcui!,, jus. j
4.l I. 'Harvey Clark, Mrs. R. S. Hall, Missj
in? sincere sympathy of all is ex-;,. v. , . ,i
,,,.1. uuj j! Mary Burford, Miss Meme Davis and i
tended to the sorrowing husband and!,,. ',

-thor bereaved relatives.
LETTER FROM LIGHT
Reddick, Fla., Jan. 2.
Editor Star: In last week's issue j

Senator Trammell had introduced two!mae!' U

good bills to help the farmer. I would
like very much to have the farmer
readers of the Star read of many of j
the good parts of the bill that pro proposes
poses proposes to loan .$50,000,000 a year tc j
the farmers of this country.
Where is the proposed $50,000,000
a year to come from ? It must be rais raised
ed raised by taxation or bond sale. Either
way will be a cost to the whole public.
The farmer borrowing the money
must pay interest on money borrowed
as well as pay taxes to the govern government
ment government to get it.
If I as a farmer must be taxed to
I'vovido this money for the govern government
ment government to loan to me and then pay in
terest to the government for the usej
of the money I help furnish, that kind
of. good thing I don't want.
To tax the whole people to grant
s: ceial privileges to the farmers, the
us hoads or others is not the kind of
favor I am looking for. 'Senator
Trammell, the-farmer says it is not
this goodnessVheis looking for. Cuts
it out. tl is not what the taxpayers;
want.
The 11,000,000 farmers and farm'
helpers want the following kind ofj
roodiiess: Cut out the $337,000,000, j
ih amount the 1922 budget provides :
pocial favor to the railroads. My
family of three is taxed about $100 a
ytur to pay for the proposed cost fori
ih:s year of wars, past, present and in
:he future.
Senators, reduce or help to reduce
the present transportation charges to
the same level they were in July 1920.
It will help the 6,440,000 farmers of
the United States ten times as much
as your proposed loan bill,
Senator Trammell's bill calling on
the government to loan $50,000,000 a
year to the farmers means less than
S per year to each farmer. What
good will a loan from the government
of. SS on my farm do me, when by ac ac-t'on
t'on ac-t'on of Congress and state legislature
e ery living mortal in the state is
taxed on an average of $70 per head
per year to support the national,
state and county governments.
The farmer is mostly to bjame for
the condition he is in. He can and
will solve the farm problem. He and
he alone should carry his load. He
: helps to elect our congressmen, our
j leg." slaters, our law-makers. He should
! be granted no special favors and
will not vote to retain men in our law-
icKing bodies who fail to give one
all a souare deal and cut out the
i agance that exists in national and
.. governments.
. iiould the $50,000,000 be made
v, ilable to be loaned to the farmers,
r.t; at the same time the farmer sell
his goods at present prices and make;
i.ii.ii pay for his wants at the prices
,- prevailing, the $50-,000,000 loan
:Id do btu little lasting good. There
. .-f r?-

So I MEX)t N :7 AKS M.OUBH

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DEDICATION OF THE

NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH i

T
The dedication of the new Catholic! Marion County Post No. 27 of the
church will take place at 10:30 next J American Legion meets tonight at 8
Sunday morning, and the pastor and j o'clock in the club rooms in the arm arm-members
members arm-members ofhe congregation will bejory.- The omcers for the new year
glad for their friends of other churches ; wiU be installed. Plans will be corn corn-to
to corn-to attend. A description in detail of pleted for the entertainment of the de de-the
the de-the ceremonies will be printed tomor- partment conference, to be held here
row j next Monday and Tuesday and a re-
; ; port will be made on the important
THE "A" CLUB 'matter of memorial tablets.

The "A" Club held its regular week- j
ly meeting last night at the horuQ of
Mrs. A. M. Withers. Auction was the"t
interesting game of the evening at
which Mrs. R. LI Anderson Jr. was
holder of high score among the club j

members, and Miss Mary Burford
, ... ,, supper is to be given as a benefit for
high scorer among the visitors. Mrs.,fllil Ra1WW y,hr.arv

Harvey Clark was given the con
. f
sola- 1
!tion. The the conclusion of the eve-
jning Mrs. Withers assisted by hers
mother, Mrs. Rex" Todd, served re-
I freshments.
mere were iour caDies, j
'. and those beside the club members j
r xT; ;i t nr
Miss Margaret Lloyd.
i

j Mr. James E. B. Hall has returned j xhe Qcala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Com-ifrom
ifrom Com-ifrom a short business trip t parts j pany sens the famous Hood tire, 3-tf
i south. j

Our sausage is always fresh as we j
Main Street Mar-1
6-tf I
ket. Phone 108.
There's no extra charge for clean-!
irg your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 163. Ct

4 SERVICE -4- T

PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE

CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE OR TO RENT

I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. VI. WILSON, Ocala, Florida
ROGERS-WILSON REAITY CO.

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Pit! OF

WHITE STA

Negotiable Storage Receipts Unur
MOW;, 1'ACK. SH'!'
E -STOCK,
liANUS, BAGGAGE
MACHINERY.
I l' UNIT U HE. ETC.
can be no lasting prosperity to the
farmer till he quits selling on low and
buying on high. The remedy is for
transportation costs to be lowered to
the level of 1917, and to prosecute the
j illegal profiteer in certain kinds ofj
j lifes' necessities. L. S. Light j
I If you'll try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the court
! Pharmacy, youil use no other. 4-tf
j
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
j
' Shis is a Studebaker year,

AMERICAN LEGION

MEETS THIS EVENING.;
QYSTER SUPPER AT BELLEVIEW
,
An oyster supper will be held at
Belleview in the town hall, Saturday
evening, Jan. 7th. Supper will be
coT-Vfrl fmm civ fr i (rVi f n'rl-t- 'rhia
! cordially invited.
11,.
w k .n nJtvaimtt mttA
I wiirfTj.iin Ri-pria!it pip par nrm ami
roat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
cala. Ha.
Adv.-tf
t. ,no j v
Phone 108 and get the best meat
, ,
and the quickest delivery service m
town. 'Main Street Market. 4-tf
Tha war tax on eye-
,.0;;- glasses w'as removed Jan.
1st, 1922, being classed
-?i""K as a necessity and not a
fi?y luxury.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
Y
n M in 39 1"-K r
0kM
- d.
on ( otton. Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE F.10VIX6 I
Phone 296 I
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
iu Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151, ti
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