The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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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 Unsettled with probably local rains tonight and Wednesday; warmer in northeast portion tonight.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 58; this afternoon, 68.







People of Capital City' Strongly Ob Object
ject Object to a Comparative Stranger
As Their Postmaster

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 10. Protests
characterized as "most vigorous" were
made today before the Senate commit committee
tee committee against confirmation of W. H.
Mays, nominated by President Hard Harding
ing Harding to be postmatser at Tallahassee,
FlaJ Although the committee consid consideration
eration consideration was behind closed doors it
was learned that representatives of
Tallahassee citizens strongly objected
to favorable action on Mays' nomina-
' tion. It is understood they claimed
Mays is hardly a citizen of Florida
and is not now residing in Tallahas Tallahassee.
see. Tallahassee. The charge was made, it was
repotred, that he did not have the
highest grade of the three who led in
the examination and that he arrived
in Florida from Pennsylvania less
han a year ago. At least one wit witness
ness witness before the committee is said to
have urged that the name be with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn and that another, that of a
local man who had lived in the city
' practically all his life be substituted.
It was stated this request may be pre presented
sented presented to the president by Senator
The funeral services of the late
Mrs. L. E. Yonce were held this morn morn-j'
j' morn-j' ing from the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Yonge at ten o'clock.
Numbers of friends came to pay
their last respects to one they had
, loved and honored. There were quan quan-.
. quan-. titles of flowers and floral pieces
which testified to the respect in which
the deceased was held.
After the short but impressive
Episcopal service, read by Rev, J. J.
Neighbour, the remains were taken to
Greenwood cemetery. The Eastern
Star, of which Mrs. Yonce was a de devoted
voted devoted member, took charge of the
ceremony at the grave, and with the
beautiful ritual of the order all that
was mortal of Mrs. Yonce was laid to
rest in the faniily plot.
The following gentlemen acted as
pall bearers: Messrs. F. W. Cook, C.
, E. Simmons, Bradford Webb, D. W.
Tompkins, Geo. T. Condrey and H. S.
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 10. The prohibition
law is not a failure and while en enforcement
forcement enforcement of it probably never will
reach the 100 per cent point of effi efficiency,
ciency, efficiency, it rapidly is approaching the
highest possible point, Major R. A.
Haynes, national prohibition director
said in an address before the law en enforcement
forcement enforcement league of Chicago.
No law can be enforced 100 per
cent, Mr. "Haynes said. He declared
that the chief obstacles in enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the Volstead act were apa apathetic
thetic apathetic citizens and lethargic public
"The wets have spread carefully
planned propaganda to make it ap appear
pear appear that the prohibition law is a fail failure
ure failure and cannot be enforced," said
Major Haynes. "They put in capital
letters reference to liquor imported
into this country. The facts show
that the total importation during the
past fiscal year was one-half of one
per cent of the total consumption of
liquor in the United States the year
before prohibition.
"Propaganda says crime has in
creased since prohibition. Facts show
that the crime wave is world-wide and
that it ''would be just as sensible to
blame it on woman suffrage as on pro prohibition.
hibition. prohibition. Facts show that arrests for
drunkenness have decreased bU per
cent in this country since prohibition
and convictions for drunkenness in
creased about the same per cent in
wet England.
"Facts show that liquor withdrawal
from warehouses in this country dur
ing the past October were only 50
per cent of the withdrawals in the
previous October."
(Associated Press)
Belgrade, Jan. 10 The engagement
of King Alexander to Princess Marie,
second daughter of King Ferdinand
and Queen Marie, of Rumania, was
announced yesterday.
Federal Fruit Cake.

She Will,, Give Land Near Richmond i

For Site for Home of Widows and
Orphans of War Veterans
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 10. A gift of
1500 acres of land eigth miles from
Richmond, Va., has been offered the
Army and Navy Union by JVIrs. Kath Kath-eryn
eryn Kath-eryn Clemmons Gould as a site for the
proposed home for widows and or orphans
phans orphans of war veterans. Location of
the land became known today when
it was announced that the commit committee
tee committee appointed by the union would
soon visit Richmond and inspect the
Chief Provisions of Pact Creating
Free State as Accepted By
The Dail Eireann
The principal provisions of the
Anglo-Irish treaty, which was ratified
yesterday by the Dail Eireann, and
which previously had been accepted
by the British parliament, follow:
Ireland is to have the same status
in the British Empire as Canada, Aus Australia
tralia Australia and other dominions, with a
parliament of its own, an executive
responsible to that parliament, and a
governor general appointed by the
crown. It shall be known as the Irish
Free State.
Members of the Free State's parlia parliament
ment parliament shall take an oath of allegiance
to the constitution of the Irish Free
State and fidelity to the British crown.
The Irish Free State shall assume
such portion of the British public
debt as shall be agreed upon jointly
by Ireland and the British govern government.
ment. government. The harbors of Ireland are to be
accessible, in peace or war, to the
vessels of the British navy. At the
end of five years provision may be
made for Ireland to take over a share
of her coastal defense.
Ireland shall have an army of her
own for defensive purposes, but it
shall not be any larger in proportion
to the population of the Irish Free
State than is the British army in pro proportion
portion proportion to the population of Great
Ulster is to be included in the Irish
Free State, unless, within pne month
from the date of ratification by the
British parliament, the northern Irish
parliament informs the British crown
it does not wish tq be. In that case it
will remain out and a commission,
consisting of representatives of north northern
ern northern Ireland, the Irish Free State and
the British government, will fix its
boundaries. It will then continue its
present status under the government
of Ireland act of 1920.
Freedom of religion and education
are guaranteed in both northern and
southern Ireland.
Pending adoption of a constitution
of the Irish Free State, a provisional
government is to be established by
the southern Irish parliament.
Administered the Fatal Knockout To
Five Unwary Citizens of a
New Jersey Town
(Associated Press
Hoboken, Jan. 10. Five men died
today from drinking poisonous liquor.
The authorities believe the liquor was
obtained from sailors on an incoming
steamship. The police have started a
search of the piers and steamships
here in an effort to prevent further
An Interesting Little Scrap Reported
From Bergiola, Italy
(Associated Press;
London, Jan. 10. In a fierce fight
between fascisti and communists at
Bergiola, Italy, three persons were
killed and a dozen badly wounded, says
a Times dispatch from Milan. Sol Soldiers
diers Soldiers who intervened were fired upon
by riflemen of both factions. Whole Wholesale
sale Wholesale arrests followed.
FOR RENT Two large unfurnished
rooms on first floor; two fireplaces,
toilet and bath. Apply at 304 Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez street. l-9-7t
New music at THE GIFT SHOP. 3t

Agreement Between Great Britain

And France to Protect the Latter
Against Teuton Aggression
Cannes, Jan. 10. (By Associated
Press). Notification of endorsement
by the British cabinet of the written
pledge binding Great Britain immed immediately
iately immediately to aid France to the full extent
of her military and naval resources in
case of aggression by Germany is ex expected
pected expected from London tonight.
(Associated Press)
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. Fire early
today destroyed the old Courier Courier-Journal
Journal Courier-Journal office building, the damage
being approximately $300,000. The
Courier-Journal occupied the building
from 1876 until ten years ago, when
it moved to another location and the
building was converted into an office
structure. The building was owned
by the Courier-Journal Company.
(Associated Press
Washington, Jan. 10. Charles E.
Fox, of Richmond, Va., testified today
before the Senate investigating com committee
mittee committee that he saw Major Hierome
Opie, of Staunton, Va., shoot a soldier
in the back north of Verdun in 1918.
The man shot was wearing the Amer American
ican American uniform, Fox said, and Fox was
150 feet away. Fox declared the sol soldier
dier soldier was within six feet of Opie when
the shooting took place, that he had
approached the officer and was mov
ing off. 1
When Train Hit a Bus on a Pennsyl Pennsyl-vania
vania Pennsyl-vania Railroad Crossing
(.Associated Press)
Van Wert, Ohio, Jan. 10. Four
children were instantly killed and sev seventeen
enteen seventeen others injured today when a
school bus was hit by a Pennsylvania
train three miles east of here.
(Associated Press)
Kecoughton, Va., Jan. 10. Charges
that the entire police force of this
place was intoxicated Christmas will
be investigated today by the town
council, one member of the police hav having
ing having demanded a formal trial for him himself
self himself and associates.
(Associated Press)
DeLand, Jan. 10. Three members of
Coburn's minstrel troupe are in a lo local
cal local hospital today suffering injuries
received in an automobile wreck near
here last night. None were seriously
hurt and it is expected they will be
able to return to work in a few days.
Take your watch and jewelry re
pair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. 6-tf
Some new china dinner sets at THE

Wallace Reid and Bebe Daniels in the Paramount Picture, "The Affairs o
AnatoL" A Cecil B. DeMUle Production,

Strongest of Proof that the British
Intend to Keep Their Pact With
The Irish Free State

(Associated Press)
London, Jan. 10. The Times de declares
clares declares all British troops will be with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from Ireland, except Ulster, as
rapidly as possible, the movement in involving
volving involving about 50,000 men.
Dublin, Jan. 10 (By the Associated
Press). Arthur Griffith was elected
president of the Dail Eireann today.
DeValera and his followers walked
out while the vote was being taken, in
protest against the nomination of
Griffith. Speaker MacNeil put the
motion for Griffith's election and he
was unanimously chosen.
In regard to paying regular auto
hire license on motor busses, convey conveying
ing conveying school children to and from
school, Attorney General Buford has
written the following to Representa Representative
tive Representative Hunter of Marion county:
Tallahassee January 7.
Mr. C. W. Hunter, Ocala, Fla.:
My dear Mr. Hunter: Pursuant to
your letter of Jan. 2nd, I have had a
talk with Mr. Ernest Amos, comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, and Mr. R. A. Gray, chief
clerk in the automobile license depart department
ment department of the comptroller's office, with
reference to the attitude which will be
assumed by such department as to li licenses
censes licenses on school busses.
The result is that we have arrived
at the conclusion that an automobile
bus, operated exclusively for the pur purpose
pose purpose of transporting children to and
from public schools, is not to be con construed
strued construed as being a motor vehicle for
hire. I am sure it was not the intent
of the legislature that such vehicles
should be considered as automobiles
for hire, and that the term "for hire"
was intended to cover those vehicles
which are held out to the use of the
general public for hire and fare.
The operators pf the busses which
are used exclusively for transporting
children to and from public schools,
however, must not use these vehicles
for the transportation of other per persons
sons persons for hire, and should they do so
they will not only be liable for the
license but will also be liable for
prosecution for operating such vehicle
for hire without a license.
I think that you will receive a com
munication from the comptroller stat
ing that the busses employed by your
county school board under a contract
as has been submitted to me will be
issued licenses based upon weight and
will not be required to pay the addi additional
tional additional cost upon licenses of motor ve vehicles
hicles vehicles for hire.
Yours very truly,
Rivers H. Buford,
Attorney General.
(Associated Press)
Pittsbu-g, Jan. 10. Fire which
swept the Eichbaum building in the
Fifth avenue retail district today
caused a quarter million damage. The
flames were brought under control by
water poured on the fire from the tops
of adjoining buildings.

Strong Representation from Florida
Posts Having an Interesting
Session in the City

The state convention of post com commanders
manders commanders and adjutants, West Palm
Beach convention committee and the
state executive committee of the Am American
erican American Legion began yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 2:30. All Sunday afternoon
and evening the delegates were arriv arriving
ing arriving in the city, some by rail and some
by auto.
By noon yesterday there were about
sixty delegates in the city. They as assembled
sembled assembled in the meeting room of the
local post at the armory and were
oalled to order by State Commander
Sumter L. Lowry of Tampa. The
meeting was opened with prayer by
State Chaplain Spencer. Mayor An Anderson
derson Anderson made the visitors a short ad address
dress address of welcome and then the conven convention
tion convention settled down to hard work.
The first business taken up were
the reports of vice commanders from
each section of the state. These re reports
ports reports showed that much interest Is
being shown in the legion but each
vice commander expressed regret that
he had been unable to take a more
active part in the work of his depart department
ment department because of the interference of
his own business.
The most important subject taken
up at the first session was the discus discussion
sion discussion of and plans for the care of dis disabled
abled disabled ex-service men and the unem unemployed.
ployed. unemployed. Mr. John Sparks, liaison offi
cer frorn Atlanta, and Mr. W. L. Car- I
bine, representative of the veterans' j
service bureau, were present to pres-!
ent plans for the care of disabled ex-
service men. Mr. Sparks says that
his office is going to put a stop to the
red tape of handling claims, no mat
ter what it takes to do it. Mr. Sparks
strongly advocated the appointment of
a man by each post to take care of i
these claims of the disabled men and j
send them through the proper chan-!
nel. j
John M. Gunn, of Pensacola, was
largely at the meeting. His business
was to make a noise like the state
convention was sure to meet in .Pen- I
sacola in 1923. To hear that boy talk j
Pensacola is the only town in the state j
and if the convention does not meet
there it has simply failed to meet. Mr.
Gunn tacked a large sign on the wall
which proclaimed in accents wild
"Pensacola will welcome you." If all
the members of the Pensacola post j
are as full of pep as Gunn, they will j
attract much attention at Palm Beach'
in March.
Bob Sturkey of Dade City, popped
up on the floor as usual. It made those j
present think they were m Tampa or
Orlando. Bob is some little debater
and when he opposes a plan he is de determined
termined determined to knock the spots out of it.
Bob attends every convention held,
both state and national. s-
At 4:15 the Monday afternoon ses session
sion session adjourned and the crowd was
rushed to Silver Springs in cars fur furnished
nished furnished the legion by Ocala's kind peo people,
ple, people, and were given the glass-bottom
boat trip the springs. Each and
every visitor thought the springs a
sight to always remember his Ocala
convention by. At 7:30 last night the
local post gave the visitors a banquet
at the armory. The banquet was
served by the local post of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary and was enjoyed by all.
This morning's session of the con convention
vention convention is taking up state finances
and plan3 for the Palm Beach conven convention.
tion. convention. The meeting will make as much
speed as possible in order to cover a
large territory before 4 o'clock this
afternoon which is the closing hour.
At the meeting this morning, reso resolutions
lutions resolutions were passed, condemning Tom
Watson fdr his course toward the

(Associated Press)
Detroit, Jan. 10. Henry Ford will
leave Thursday for Washington for 'a
conference with Secretary Weeks and
other government officials in connec connection
tion connection with his offer for the Muscle
Shoals nitrate and power plant pro projects,
jects, projects, it was said today at his office.
If yonH try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be, had only at the Court
Pharmacy, youll use no other. 4-tf
Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar.

To Help in Securing Justice for Ex Ex-Service
Service Ex-Service Men Made by Chief
Of American Legion

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 10. Hanford Mac Mac-Nider,
Nider, Mac-Nider, national commander of the
American Legion, issued instructions
last night to all legion posts to pre present
sent present the case of adjusted compensa compensation
tion compensation for former soldiers before the
chambers of commerce in every city
of the United States in connection
with the referendum on that question
now being conducted by those bodies.
The Marion County Post of the
American Legion was host Monday
evening at the armory at a banquet,
honoring the legionaires from all over
the state who are meeting in execu executive
tive executive session in Ocala.
The lower floor of the armory was
converted into a banquet hall, seven
long tables being arranged in a V V-snape
snape V-snape With two tables running from
thfc apex of the V, down the venter.
Poinsettias were used in quantities as
decorations, the glowing red of the
blossoms intermingled with feathery
aspaargus fern. In the center of each
table was a large poinsettia head and
running from this down the center of
the table to both ends were streamers
of fern with here and there one of
ihe gorgeous blossoms. The outer
edge of the platform at the end of the
room was also banked with the same
flowers and fern and at each place was
a sprig of holly as a buttoniere. J
At seven o'clock the doors were
thrown open and the hosts and their
guests took their places at the tables,
the table at the center of the apex
being occupied by the master of cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, Rev. J. J. Neighbour, post
chaplain, and officers of the local post.
A number of the members of the
Woman's Auxiliary to the American
Legion were invited, besides several
of the townspeople.
Arrangements had been made for
serving 225 guests and all of the seats
were filled and a goodly lot of men
were these heroes of the world war
who assembled here in special conven convention
tion convention for making plans and perfecting
those already made that their legion
might be one of the strongest organ organizations
izations organizations in the world. As they trooped
in, all in civics, with faces happy with
enjoyment of the occasion, and yet
stamped with what only those that
have passed through it may realize,
some still bearing physical signs of
the ravages of war, now and then an
interested spectator, of which there
were many, would hear a word from
a passing guest that they had heard
of so-and-so, a major this or a ser sergeant
geant sergeant or just one of the rank ana file
who they had known "over there," or
in camp in this country, and who they
had heard from. Truly, it is good to
be a buddy of one of these staunch
A delicious banquet had been pre prepared
pared prepared by the Woman's Auxiliary and
was served by attractive French
maids. The menu consisted of chick chicken
en chicken salad, roast pork, cold boiled ham,
sandwiches, pickles and olives. The
dessert was served in French style,
nuts, raisins, candies and apples, each
apple topped with an imitation Amer American
ican American flag.
mi m
ine evening ceremonies were in
charge of Rev. Neighbour, toastmas toastmas-ter,
ter, toastmas-ter, and when the guests had finished
eating cigars' were passed and an in interesting
teresting interesting musical program, by local
talent, was thoroughly enjoyed by the
assemblage, which mostly made mani manifest
fest manifest their pleasure by demanding
numerous encores. As the smoke be began
gan began to thicken the talks began to
lengthen and as a result the guests
were held enthralled by several fine
after dinner speakers.
At 11 o'clock as the feast drew to a
close, at the suggestion of the state
commander, Mr. Sumter L. Lowry, the
assemblage stood at attention for 30
seconds in silent tribute to the mem memory
ory memory of those who made the supreme
sacrifice in the world war. Still stand standing
ing standing the company sang the first 'verse
of America.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Our sausage is always fresh cs we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf



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Editor Star: This is not a criticism
of your article, suggesting that the
county commissioners employ a road
engineer. You make some good points,
but you are in error when you say
there are about 200 miles of public
highways in the county. The facts are
there are more than 200 miles in the
fourth commissioner's district, and
certainly not less than 600 miles in
the county. Now under your plan of
the one crew system, all would be cen centralized
tralized centralized at one point for a given time,
say that twelve months be equally di divided
vided divided among the five commissioner
districts. It seems reas nable to say
that this one crew could not construct
more than 25 miles of road in a year.
Under your proposed system, 575
miles of road wouldn't get anything,
not even the slightest repairs. In the
fourth district alone there are more
than 200 bridges and culverts. Under
your ?system what would become of

these? No, Mr. Editor, your one crew
system will not work. This is saying
nothing derogatory to a county engi engineer,
neer, engineer, but you must remember that in
almost every case where other coun counties
ties counties are constructing highways under
the supervision of an engineer, the
county has bonded for that purpose,
and in most cases these highways are
built under contract. Certainly you
would not recommend this mode of
construction, having only the pitiful
sum that is provided in -the annual
road budget. Those counties which
have built a system of public high highways
ways highways have bonded again and again to
do it, and only have built the most
important lines, and their lateral
roads (of which we have so many in
Marion county) practically get noth nothing.
ing. nothing. If Marion county ever expects to
take her place along side her sister
counties in road building she must do
as they have done, bond and re-bond,
almost without end. In that case, an
engineer is absolutely essential and
more, we must get down to the con concrete
crete concrete built roads which will stand the
ever increasing traffic, and have a
maintenance fund ready. Then, and
not until then, have we done some something.
thing. something. N. A. Fort.
Mr. Fort errs in thinking that the
Star, because it favors a county road
department under an engineer, also
favors a castiron system of keeping
the said crew in one place for a stated
time, no matter what the need might
be in other places. That would be no
business at all. A concentrated road
.department would be like an army it
could send detachments or even shift
' its entire force to a threatened point,
much more quickly and effectually
from one base than from five. That
is the system followed in some of the
leading counties of Florida and in
counties all over the United States.
At present, the county has two con convict
vict convict gangs, numbering twenty odd
men, and from thirty to fifty free men
working in small parties. In some re respects,
spects, respects, each small party equals in ex expense
pense expense the whole force if it was concen concentrated.
trated. concentrated. The convicts are now work working
ing working in two places. If they worked in
one, and then in the other, they would
do the same work in less time, or
more work in the same time. The
same way with the free labor. It
should be all together, finish one place
and go on to another. In cases of
emergency work, like a washout on a
road, or a broken or burned bridge, a
sufficient detachment should be sent
to it.
Mr. Fort is correct about the lateral
roads. They are the veins of county
transportation, while the highways
are the arteries. And they will never
become good roads as long as they
are worked on only by small parties.
They should be rebuilt, each in its

turn, by the largest force the county
can put bn them. J
Big f&ad or little road, twenty or
thirty men working on it at once will;
do from fifty to a hundred per cent
more work in proportion than a fourth j
of their number working four differ different
ent different times. The county will pay one
overseer instead of four. If they j

have a camp, they will have one cook,
or two, instead of four. One truck

can haul material enough to keep
twenty to forty men busy if they are'
is one place; if they are in four
places, it takes four trucks or four
mule teams with wagons, which are
more expensive than trucks in propor proportion.
tion. proportion. It has frequently happened in
this county that a road crew has con-;
sisted of one overser, one or two men
to haul material in a two-mule wagon,
or sometimes a motor truck, one cook
and one or two or three men to do the
road work. And this has gone on
sometimes in three or four parts of
the county at the same time. When
you consider one overseer, two teams
or one motor truck, and two cooks
would have been enough for the entire
force, and that a dozen men working
in one place can do two or three times
as much work as the same number
working in four places, you can begin
to estimate what a disproportionate
and unnecessary burden has been laid
on the tax payers for years.
One reason for working the roads
by districts has been the desire of
each commissioner to spend as much

county money as possible in his own
district. The great drawback to this
is that only a few men in each district

receive this money, while all have to
pay taxes. Also, if the concentration
plan is adopted, money will be spent

in a district for the whole county at
one time, instead of being dribbled

into five districts. Of course, gasoline

and oil for the county machinery will

have to be bought at a central point,
but farmers out in the country can't
expect the county to buy feed for
mules when motor trucks cost so
much less in proportion to the work
There is no use in talking, if we are
to have uptodate roads we must have
uptodate methods, and in uptodate
methods, concentration is among the



The appearance of the representa representatives
tives representatives of shippers and in particular of
the Florida Tariff Equalization
League before the state railroad com commission
mission commission in Jacksonville Monday was
successful, although the meeting turn turned
ed turned out differently from what was ex expected.
pected. expected. Some twenty-five men repre

senting shippers and the league ap appeared
peared appeared before the railroad commis commission
sion commission only to find that the hearing had
been called for an entirely different
purpose. The wording of the call of
the meeting had led the officers of the
tariff league to believe that the ques question
tion question of the long and short haul rates
would properly come before the hear hearing.
ing. hearing. Those who appeared before the
commissioners, however, obtained
from the commissioners a -statement
that they would call a special hearing
on the subject of the long and short
haul rates to which they would invite
all parties interested including those
of both the interior and port cities.
. Two sessions of the executive com committee
mittee committee of the Florida Tariff Equaliza Equalization
tion Equalization League were held in Jacksonville
and much good work was accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished in the direction of getting all com communities
munities communities interested in the long and
short haul principle in the member membership
ship membership of this organization.
Ocala was represented by Mr. Louis
H. Pillans, who is a member of the
board of directors of the tariff league,
and by Mr. Louis H. Chazal, secretary
of the Marion County Board of Trade.
About six business men of the city
had planned to go to Jacksonville, but
found at the last minute that they
could not do so.

(Ocala Evening Star, Jan. 10, 1902)
The Ocala Rifles are going to have
an entertainment in order to raise
enough funds to send them to Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C, to represent Ocala and
Florida at the exposition.
The Orlando Record says automo automobiles
biles automobiles are getting common in that
The press of the state seems inclin

ed to give Robert McNamee the equine
cachinnation over his verdict of

$30,000 against the editor of the Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola News. Thirty cents in his
pocket would be more tangible. He
will probably feel like thirty cents
before he collects.
The Nine O'clock German Club will
give a german at the Montezuma hotel
on the evening of Jan. 16th.
Ocala Ten Years Ago

(Evening Star, Jan. 10, 1912)
Never in the history of Dunnellon
did its people enjoy a merrier, happier
or more orderly Christmas. Not a
single case of drunkenness was re reported
ported reported or observed on the streets,
which speaks well for a town having
five saloons.
At an enthusiastic meeting of the
Marion County Fair Association, Mr.
R. S. Hall was elected president and
Mr. Sam R. Pyles was elected secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Mr. Ed Carmichael returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Savannah, where he pur purchased
chased purchased the famous litle mare, Carrie
Mr. McLean Thomas of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, P. C., has accepted a position
with M. Fishel & Son and has charge
of the grocery department.
Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and charming

daughter, Nellie, have just returned.

from a pleasant visit to Sanford.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael is enjoying a
visit from her father, Mr. R. H. Wil-

kins of Anthony.
The interior of the Court Pharmacy
is being renovated and will soon be
more attractive than ever.
Last evening at the home of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Annie Atkinson entertained
in honor of Miss Elizabeth Dunn. The
young people who were present beside
the guest of honor were Misses Hope
Robinson, Bettie Mclver, Eugenia
Fuller, Bessie MacKay, Janet Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, Messrs. Dave Williams, Louis
Chazal, Alfred Beck, Ralph and Phil
Robinson, Hibbert and Brantley


Fraternal Orders

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.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.


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. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.




The annual meeting of the Marion
County Board of Trade -to be held
Thursday night at eight o'clock in the
room of the organization offers an op opportunity
portunity opportunity for the members to find out
what the accomplishments have been
during the past year. It will also of offer
fer offer an opportunity for discussion of
the program of work for the new year.
Officers for the new year will be elect elected
ed elected at this meeting and amendments to
the constitution and by-laws will be
submitted. It is expected therefore
that there will be a large attendance.

The newspaper profession is well

I represented in the American Legion,

and one member, Mr. W. E. Street, of
that live paper, the Bradentown Jour Journal,
nal, Journal, paid the Star an appreciated call
this morning. He was accompanied
by Mr. D. B. Collier, a hustling young
business man of Manatee.

(New York Tribune)
France is not getting fair play in
our press. A distinguished French Frenchman
man Frenchman who made an extensive trip in
this country recently writes me that
in the press of our large cities he
found syndicated Articles written by
British publicists in which France's
position was misrepresented. This
campaign received fresh impetus from
the speech of Lord Lee of Fareham
last Friday and from the British
statement yesterday.
The British policy at Washington
has been to force France to acecpt the
status of a third rate naval power,
although France as a colonial power is
second only to Great Britain and
France's requirements for naval de defense
fense defense fully equal those of the United
Why does Great Britain object to

French naval equality with Japan
The only possible reason would be
fear' that France would join to make
an anti-British naval combination
with the United States, or that Great
Britain wishes France to be entirely at
her mercy as a naval power. Either
reason is entirely unsound.
I hope the day will come when by
agreement among- Great Britain,
France and the United" States both
their naval and their military power
will be trusteed for the maintenance
of world peace. Until that day comes
each nation is the best judge of its
own naval requirements, and, it is ab absurd
surd absurd to contend that France threatens
any one by asking in effect for naval
equality with Japan.
Maurice Leon.
New York, January 4, 1922.

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


Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
I'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

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

Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.

Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf

The best bread and rolls you ever
ate can be had at the Federal Bakery,
fresh every day. 3-6t

You can always find a complete line
of sterling silver table cutlers at Sam
T. Wilson's jewelry store in the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall blocks. 5-tf

Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. 4-tf

Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf


Just to let you know that you can
get your saws circular and cross-cut
gummed and sharpened for 5 cents
a tooth at HUNTER'S GUN SHOP,
6-4t 310 South Main St.

All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
block. 5-tf

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


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


Charter No. 9926

Reserve District No. 6

Report of Condition of

The Trammell resolution calling for

information as to whether or not the
United States supreme court is behind
with its work came up for considera consideration
tion consideration in the Senate the other day and
after being discussed was referred to
the judiciary committee.
Senator Trammell in the debate
urged that if justice was to prevail
cases in this and all other courts
should be promptly acted upon. The
senator made no criticism of the court
but stated that if the rather common
rumor, that it takes a year and a half
to two years for a decision to be
reached in the supreme court, was
true that such condition was deplor deplorable
able deplorable and a remedy should be afforded.
Senator Trammell's bilr donating to
the state of Florida the St. Francis
barracks property at St. Augustine
was passed by the Senate recently.

will break a Cold, Fever and
Grippe quicker than anything
we know, preventing pneumonia

At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on Dec 31, 1921
1. (a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
(except those shown in b and c) $218,526.17
Total loans $218,526.17 $218,526.17
2. Overdrafts, secured (none); Tinsecured, $698.57 698.57
4. U. S. Government securities owned:'
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
par value) 75,000.00
(b) All other United States government secu
rities . .,. 251,399.06

Total .. .. .. .......
5. Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc ..
6. Banking house, $31,380.60;
Furniture and fixtures, 4,619.40 I.
7. Real estate owned other than banking house.,.
8. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank...;
10. Cash in vault and amount due from national
banks .. ..
11. Amount due from state banks, bankers and
trust companies in the United States (other
than included in Items 8, 9 or 10)
12. Exchanges for clearing house
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 81,831.69
14. Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items. ...
15. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and' due
from U. S. Treasurer


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


Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
iu Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phne 151. tt












Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits $27,581.47
(c) Less current expenses, interest and taxes
paid 21,940.83
Circulating notes outstanding
Amount due to state banks, bankers and trust
companies in the United States and foreign
countries (other than included in items 21
or 22) .. l
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding .....
Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 9,970.40
Demand Deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within
30 days) :
Individual deposits subjetc to check ........
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
other than for money borrowed)
State, county or other municipal deposits se secured
cured secured by pledge of assets of this bank. ...
Dividends unpaid
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to reserve, items 26, 27,
28, 29, 30 and 31).. 412,2$6.43
Time Deposits Subject to Reserve (payable aft after
er after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more
notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
Other time deposits ...J
Postal savings deposits
Total of time deposits subject to reserve,
Items, 32, 33, 34 and 35 490,348.92

$ 75,000.00





TOTAL $1,083,246.39
I, H. D. Stokes, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
hat the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
this 10th day of January, 1922. Correct Attest: ''
Frank G. Churchill, J. E. CHACE.
(Seal) Notary Public. CHAS. S. CULLEN,

A varied line of parlor sets now on
display here. They are serviceable,

up-to-the-minute, and selling at very

reasonable prices. Let us show you

the line. Theus Bros., The Furniture
Men. ,0-tf
Free air and a man to put it in
right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing
Company. 3-tf



Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile. Etc.


Phone 298

388 Ct

Jacksonville, fla.

TN the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.

The Gift Shop is showing a complete
line of the latest music. 6-3t

Cakes, cookies and rolls fresh every

day at the Federal Bakery. 3-6t j
' i
Rnb-ftIy-Tism,antiseptie and pain
killer, for infected sores, tetter,

sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism
Shis is a Stude baker year.

"An Interrupted Honeymoon," a
musical comedy, by Mrs. Cole, music
director of the Ocala school, and pre presented
sented presented by the O. H. S. sight singing
classes, Thursday evening, Jan. 12, at
the Woman's Club. Admission 50c;
school children, 25c 7-5t
All the latest music at THE GIFT
SHOP. 6-3t



A Big Lot

Fort King
Only 7 Left
118 Fort King Avenue
For Rent
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
Needham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
. Phone 252
Good Things to Eat
George's Pare Boneless
Codfish in pound boxes,
Salt Spanish Mackerel
Large Holland Herring
Pickled Salmon
Fresh Mackerel
Canned Fish and Meat
Codfish, Shrimp
little Neck Clams
Lobsters, Clam Chowder
Yeu7 Zealand Rabbit
Sliced Pickled Lamb Tongue
Finnan Haddie, ready to fry
Russian Sardines in Kegs
0. K. Teapot Grocery
H 'Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTfork
1:65 pm Jacksonville
4:17 pm Jacksonville
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
I rttfl nm Tamna.Manatu
2:10 am
1:50 pm
3:50 pm
4:05 m
1:35 am
2:15 urn
1:35 pm
4:05 pm
R. R.
1 4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg
Leave Arrive
2:27 am JacksonviUe-N'York 2:33 :Jn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsviile 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday,. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street. tf

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Ooyyrt. HIS, fcy Eupn I Brother.
Pvbllib4 t&toh spMl unapMU wit The Wheeler 8r41ete, I.

Mr. Jerome Beck settled back In the
rfwniy embrasure of the seat and ex exhaled
haled exhaled loudly, his shoulder and shoe
touching hers.
. She settled herself out of their
"Now, now, snuggle up a Httle,
She shifted to her first position.
"Well, Peachy, how are you? Peachy
is just the name for you, eh? 'Cause
I'd like to take a bite right out of
you eh, Peachy? How are you?"
"Fine and and dandy."
"Look at me."
"Aw !"
"Look at me, I say, you pretty little
Peach with them devilish black eyes
of yours and them lips that's got cher cherry
ry cherry on 'em. Little devil!" z
"Quit calling me that." But she col colored
ored colored as if his tribute had been a sheath
of lilies.
They veered a corner sharply, skid skidding
ding skidding on the wet asphalt and all but
gracing the rear wheels of a recreant
"But, suh, I
"None of your black back-talk."
Jerry S" She was shivering, and a
tii of tears formed over her hot, mor mor-tinea
tinea mor-tinea eyes. "Gee! What are you made
of? You seen he couldn't help it when .nxi turned into us so sudden."
He -elated against her. "Aw. did I
scare the little Peachy? That's the
way they gotta be handled. I ain't
ready by a long shot to let a black
devil spill my brains."
"Shh h'. He couldn't"
"Sure he could, if he watched. He's
a bargain I picked up cheap, anyways,
'cause he's lame -and can't hold down
heavy work. And bargains don't al always
ways always pay. But I'll break his black
back for him If Aw, now, now, did
I scare the little Peach? Gee! I
couldn't do nothing but kill you with
kindness if you was driving for me.
I'd just let you run me right off this
road Into the Hudson ocean if you
was driving for me."
She smiled, but as if her lips were
"It ain't none of my put-in, but he
couldn't help it, and I hate for you to
yell at anybody like that, Jerry."
"Aw, aw, did I scare the little
Peachy? Watch me show the little
Tootsie how nice I can be when I want
to Aw aw!"
She blinked back the ever-recurring
"All tired out, too ; all tired out. j
Wait till you see what I'm going to j
buy you tonight. A great big beef beefsteak
steak beefsteak with mushrooms as big as dollars
and piping-hot German fried potatoes
and onions. M-m-m-m! And more
bubbles than you can wink your eye
at. Aw aw, such poor cold little
hands, and no gloves to warm 'em.
Wouldn't I just love to wrap a little.
Peachy like you up in a big fur coat
and put them little cold Tiands In a
great big muff and hang some great
big headlight earrings in them little
bltsie ears. Wouldn't I, though.
M-m-m-m. Poor little hands!"
Her wraith of a smile dissolved in a
spurt of hot tears which flowed over
her words.
"Gee! Ain't I the nut to to cry?
I ril be all right in a minute."
-"What's hurting you, Tootsie? Been
bounced? You should worry. I'm
going to steal you out of that cellar,
anyways. Been bounced?"
"The old hag ain't been making it
.hot for you, has she?"
"Gad! That old hag gets my fur
up. I had a mother-in-law once tried
them tricks on me till I learned her
they wouldn't work. But the old hag
of yourn
"It's her eyes; the doctor must have
'scared her up again today. When she
gets scared like that about 'em she
acts up so, honest, sometimes I I just
wish I was dead. She don't think a
girl oughtta have no life."
"Forget H- J"st yo wait. She's
going to wake up some morning soon
and find a little surprise party for her herself.
self. herself. I know just how to handle an
old bird like her. We're going to give
her a little surprise party." Beneath,,
the lap robe his hand slid toward hers.
She could feel the movement of the
rm that directed it and her own
shrank away.
"But ain't I the limit, Jerry airing
my troubles to you, like you was a
"Now, now
"Quit Leggo my hand."
He leaned forward suddenly, en enveloping
veloping enveloping her.
"I got it. Why don't you lemme kid kidnap
nap kidnap you, kiddo?"
"Lemme kidnap you tonight and
give the old hag the surprise of her
life when she wakes up and finds you
stolen. I'm some little kidnaper when
it comes to kidnaping. I am. kiddo.
Say, wouldn't I like to take you riding
all yxaied coat with noth
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf


ing" "but your cute little face sticking
"Aw, you're just fooling me."
"FooLUig! Leumie prove it, tonight.
Lemme kidnap you this very night.
Ts Is that what you mean by by
kidnaping me?"
"Sure. There ain't nothing Td rath rather
er rather do. Are you ou, Peaches? A sen sensible
sible sensible little queen like you knows which
side her bread is buttered on.. There
ain't nothing I want more than to see
you all bundled up in a fur coat with
headlights In your little bittsie pink
"You What kind of a girl do you
think I am? Take me home take me
What kind of a girl do you think I
He leaned toward her with a quick
readjustment of tone.
"Just what I said. Peachy. What I
meant was I'd marry you tonight If we
could get a license. I'd just kidnap
you tonight if if we could get one'
'"You you didn't mean that."
"Sure I did, Peachy. Say, with a
little girl of my own I ain't one of
them guys that you think I am. Ain't
you ashamed -of yourself, Peachy
now, ain't you?"
The color flowed back Into her face
and) her lips parted.
"Jerry Only a girl like ine's got
to be careful that was all I meant.
Jerry. Jerry !"
He scooped her in his short arms
and kissed her lips, with her small face
crumpled up against his shoulder, and
she lay quiescent enough in his em embrace.
brace. embrace. "Aw, now. Peachy, you mustn't treat
a fellow cold no more! Ain't I going
to marry you? Ain't I going to set
you up right in my house out In New Newton
ton Newton Heights? Ain't you going to live
right in the house with my girl, and
ain't she going to have you for a little
"Jerry, the the little girl. I wonder
If she wants
"Sure she does. Her mother gets
her every other month. I'd let her go
for good if you don't want her, except
it would do her mother too much good.
The courts, give her to me every other
month and I'll have her down to the
last minute of the last hour or bust."
"Jerry !"
"That's what I gotta keep up the
house out there for. The court says I
gotta give her a home, and that's why
I want a little queen like you In It.
Gad Won't her mother, throw a red redheaded
headed redheaded fit when she sees the little
queen I picked? Gad!"
"Oh, Jerry, her your first .wife and
all Won't it seem funny my going in
her house and and living with her
"Funny nothing. Cloonan ..won't
think it's funny when I, tell her she's
finished running my house for me.
Funny nothing. Tomorrow's Sunday
and I'm going to take you out in the
afternoon and show you the place, and
Monday, instead, of going to your bar bargain
gain bargain bin, we're going down for- a
license,and you kiss the old hag good good-by
by good-by for 'me, too. Eh, how's that for one
day's work?"
"Gee and and Monday the spring
opening and, me not there. Jerry, I I
can't get over me being a lady in my
own house. Me! Me that hates ugli ugliness
ness ugliness and ugly clothes and ugly living
so. Me that hates street cars and al always
ways always even hated boat excursions 'cause
they was poor folks' pleasures. Me a
lady In my own house. Oh, Jerry;"
She quivered in his arms --and he
kissed her :tg:iin with his moist lips
pressed flat against hers.
"Ten rooms. Peachy that's the way
I do things."
They were curving up a gravel way,
lights gleamed, and theraine the re remoter
moter remoter strains of syncopated music.
She sar up and brushed hack her
"Is this the place?"
"R:ght-o! Now for that steak
smothered in iiiushroonis, ami, gad! I
could man-'sre a swt-ethread salad on
the side if you asked me right hard."
' They drow up in the flood-light o,f
the 'entrance.
"Ain't I told you not to oien the
door for me. 'George? I don't need no
black hand reaching back here to turn
the handle for ine. That don't make
up for bad driving. Btack hands off."
They alighted with an uncramping
and unbending of limbs.
"How'd some Lynnhavens taste to
yoy for a starter. Peachy?"
"Fine, whatever they are."
A liveried attendant bowed them up
the steps.
In the heart of a' silence as deep as
a bottomless pool, with the black hours
that tiptoe on the heels of midnight
shrouding her like a nun's wimple,
limbs trembling and her Lands reluc reluctant.
tant. reluctant. Sadie Burnet knocked lightly at
her iliio'-. oi;f. tv. Ue. thrice,, and be-
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
This is a Studebaker year.

tween each rap u-r neaft teat with
twice its teraio t.gainst her breast.
Then her stealthy baud turned the
white china knob and released it so
that it sprang backward with a click.
"Who's that?"
"Me, Dee Dee."
SlK' could he:,:- the p!ong of the be.I be.I-spring,
spring, be.I-spring, the patter of bare feet across
the tluor; feel ihe slight aperture of
the opening door. She oozed through
the slit.
"All right, Dee Dee."
"(Jod I must have been sound
asleep. What time is it?"
"It isn't late. Dee Dee."
"Light the gas."
"I I can undress in the dark."
"Light the gas."
"Light it, I say."
"It's lit, Dee Dee."
The figure in thr center of the room
in her high-necked. long-sleeved night nightdress,
dress, nightdress, her sparse hair drawn with un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant tension f:i:u her brow, her
pale eyes wide, moved forward a step,
one hare foot, calloused even across
the instep, extended.
"Dee Dee, what's the matter?"
"Gimme my glasses."
She took them from Miss Burnet's
trembling fingers and curved them
about her ears.
"Quit your nonsense now and light the
gas. I ain't in no humor for foolin".
Quit waving that Mttle spark In front
of me. Light the gas. I ain't going to
look at the clock. I'm done worrying
about your carryings-on. I'm done.
Light the gas, Sadie, there's a good
girl. Light the gas."
"Dee Dee My Ood Dee Dee, I
I tell you it's lit big."
"There's a good girl Sadie, Don't
fool your old aunt."
"See, dearie, I ain't fooling. See, the
gas-jet here beside the dresser. Look
I can't turn it no higher. Hear It sing
and splutter. You ain't awake good
yet, Dee Dee."
Silence the ear-splitting silence that
all In its brief moment is crammed
with years and years upon years. A
cold gray wash seemed f suddenly to
flow over Miss Worte's fate.
"Put my finger next to the gas flame.
You you're lying to me to to fool
your old aunt. Lemme feel my finger
get burnt."
They moved, these two, across the
floor, their blanched faces straining
ahead. With the sudden sting of heat
finally across her palm, reddening it.
Miss Worte flung wide her arms and
her head backward, and her voice tore
out without restraint.
"God! God! God!" And she fell to
trembling so that her knees gave way

UUUtri air anu fiic .iwmiru uii cue
floor with her face, bared to the ceiling,
rocking herself back and forth, beating
her fists against her flat breasts.
"God! God! God!"
"Dee Dee darling, it ain't nothing!
A little too much strain, that's all.
'Shh-h-h! Lemme bathe them. 'Shh-h-h,
my darling. Oh, my God! darling!
'Shh-h-h !"
"Lemme go! Lemme go! He told
me today it would come like this Only
he didn't say how soon. Not how soon.
Tm done for, I tell you! Tm done!
Kill me, Sadie; If you love me, kill me!
He told me and I wouldn't believe It!
Kill me, girL and put me out of It
I can't breathe in the darkl I can't!
I can't! I can't live in the dark with
my eyes open! Kill me, girl, and put
me out of it kill me! Kill me!"
"Dee Dee, my darling, ain't I right
here with you? Didn't you always say,
darling, when It came you you'd face
Tm done! Kill me I Kilinel Don't
make me live in the dark with my
eyes open don't There's a good girl,
Sadie. Don't! Don't! Dont!"
From .the room adjoining came a
rattling at the barred door between.
"Cut it, In there This ain't no bar barroom.
room. barroom. Go tell your D. T.'s to a police policeman."
man." policeman." They crouched closer and trembling.
" 'Shh-h-h t Dee Dee darling, try to
be easy and not raise the house try P
Miss Worte lay back exhausted
against Miss Barnet's engulfing arms.
"Dee Dee, Darling, It AInt Nothing!
A Little Too Much Strain, That's
Her passion ebbed suddenly and her
words came scant, Incoherent and full
of breath.
"No use. No use. He told me to today
day today he wouldn't operate. He told me.
No., nq. all the. colors so pale-r-even the
Guaranteed vulcanizing at Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf

rC4 d pate i tavencter ana blue 1
I Just couldn't tell. I couldn't. Oh,
my God! Oh.myGodr
"'Shh-h-h, darling! Don't take on
80 1 Weft till morning and well get
new drops from him. Shh-h-h Maybe
lta only strain."
"I know. I'm In the dark for good,
Sadie. Oh, my God Tm in the dark 1
Lemme die Lemme die 1"
'Shh-h-b darling That's it, rest
Suddenly Miss Worte flung up one
arm about Sadie Barnet's neck, press pressing
ing pressing her head downward until their
faces touched.
"Dee Dee darling, you you hurt."
"You won't never leave me, Sadie.
You won't leave me alone In the dark,
"No, no, my darling; you know I
won't, never, never."
Youll ktep me with you always,
promise me that, Sadie, Promise me,
little Sadie, you won't leave your aunt
Dee Dee alone In the dark. My poor
little girl, don't leave me alone In the
dark. I can't see; Sadie, I cant see
no more. Promise me, Sadie, promise
me, promise, me !"
From Sadie Barnet's heart, weaken weakening
ing weakening her like the loss of blood, flowed
her tears. She kissed the heart of
Edith Wrote where it beat like a clock
beneath the high-necked nightdress;
she made of her bosom a pillow of
mercy and drew the head up to its
"I I promise, Dee Dee. Sure I
promise. Always will I keep you with
me, darling, always, always, so help
me, always."

(Continued Tomorrow)
Stfel Birrels.
If the statements of the maker? are
well founded. It is probable that steel
barrels will eventually take the place
of wooden ones. The steel barrel Is
composed of staves of that, material
locked together by an ingenious de device;
vice; device; the hoops and beads are also of
steel. It is claimed that the steel bar barrel
rel barrel Is more durable and more compact
than the wooden one. As It is said
to be lighter and cheaper, it has al already
ready already had favor in various quarters.
About 300,000,000 barrels are needed
annually. In normal times, to supply
the demand in the United States.
Flour mills will use about 90,000,000,
the sugar Industry 40.000,000, and the
.cement Industry 75,000,000.
Double Charity.
Li tie Jackie took the church collec collection
tion collection very seriously, and every Sunday
morning he saw that his penny was
One day, just as the collection was
being taken up, Jackie noticed that a
guest in the family pew was not duly
Sliding along the seat, he whispered :
"Where's your penny?"
"I didn't bring one," replied the lady.
Time was short, and the ;uatter was
urgent, but Jackie came to a decision
with great promptitude.
Thrusting his penny into the lady's
hand, he whispered:
"Here, take mine ItH pay for you,
and m get under the seat.
If you find that your sheets persist persistently
ently persistently wear out at the top and remain
good at the bottom, change the way
that you put them on the bed, occa occasionally.
sionally. occasionally. It really makes no difference
whether the wide or narrow hem Is at
the top.
' "The Mucker" and several other
books by the same author at THE
Dont forget Zane Grey's latest book
at THE BOOK SHOP. 7-3t
No. 335
Report of the Condition Of
At Dunnellon, Fla, in the State of
Florida, at the Close of Business
December 31, 1921
Loans on real estate. .... $ 20,432.17
Loans on collateral secu
rity other than real
estate 10,557.00
All other loans and dis discounts
counts discounts 20,732.84
Overdrafts "... 249.86
United States bonds 7,367.31
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 28,028.66
Other real estate 300.00
Due from incorporated
banks 23,398.41
Cash items 345-67
Cash on hand 4,522uJ5
Total $118,734.27
Capital stock paid in. $
Surplus fund
Undivided profits (less ex expenses
penses expenses and taxes paid).
Individual deposits subject
to check
Savings deposits
Demand certificates of de deposit
posit deposit '..
Certified checks
' 30.00
Total $118,734.27
State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss.:
I, E. A. Turnipseed, cashier' of the
siKnvp-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above .statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
;. A. lurnipseea, uasmer.
Correct Attest:
R. L. Bryan,
B. J. Benson,
W. E. M. Robinson, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 5th day of January, 1922.
(Seal) J. M. Barksdale,
Justice of Peace.

Tribute to Laughter.
Every giggle Is worth a thousant"
dollars If not more. A good genulni
laugh Is worth a thousand. Doctor
recognize the medicinal value ol
laughter. It Is a tonic that benefits
both body and mind. A hearty laug
is, an aid to disgestioa. While, tha,
movies are capable of putting over
many funny scenes and situations, J
believe that the best laugh of all 1?
that which follows a bit of cleverness
In spoken lines. The ear seems tf

record faster than the ye; that ii
why the spoken jest gets over qulckei
than the one that must be read. Yet
no matter how It !s produced, the laugh
Is the king ef all things always. Ex
Mastered Twenty-Nine Languages.
Sir Richard Burton, explorer and
linguist, was the master of 39 lan languages
guages languages which he understood perfectly.
He made It a rule to study or read
something In one of these languages
every day and managed to keep them
separated In his mind. He had seven
work table and switched from one
to the other every day. At night he
banished all work and devoted him himself
self himself to a uovel. When he became ftck
he would g to bed with a bunch of
novels and stay there on a starvation
diet until he felt ready to get up and
go to work.
Geo. MacKay S Co.
Ocala, Fla.
For Kiddies9
Coughs and GoSds
Internal medicines upset the stomach
and cause trouble. Better treat them
when rubbed vigorously into the throat,
chest and temples and spread deep into
the throat and in the nostrils will bring
immediate relief.
It clears the air passages, breaks up
the phlegm, soothes and heals.
Unlike others, it contains
no capsicum and can he
safely used with children.
30c at all drug stores.
Southern Drug Mamifsctirrine Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla., Wholesale Distributors.
war vest to
always be sure to
The charming im improvement
provement improvement in com complexion
plexion complexion beauty
lasts all day and
the skin is pro provided
vided provided with proper
protection, as this
powder does not
wash off.
112 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.
I have decided to put on the market
try land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2 or five-acre lot3,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build- out on this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove grove-Seventy
Seventy grove-Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala, Will either rent or selL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
The nnnTial meet in sr of the stock
holders of the Ocala Iron Works will
be held in the company's office at
Ocala, Fla., on Monday, the 6th day
of February, A. D. 1922, at 10 o'clock
a. ra., for the purpose of electing offi officers
cers officers and such other business as may
come before the meeting.
Dated in Ocala this the 3rd day of
January, A. D. 1922.
George MacKay, President.
D. S. Wood row, Secretary. l-3-5t tees

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6CALX Zmtm Sf AH, f UfisDAV, JAS'UARV 10. 1922

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All Yoarjife Yon
Have Heara ol an AH AH-Star
Star AH-Star Cast. Here You
' Will Sec One!

Monte Blue "a,
Agnes AyresoV
-teo0 po!ly Moran
Raymond Hatbon
Jet c L. Lasky
The Affairs
of Anatol
With an dll Star Cast
A picture recording in scenes
of unrivalled beauty the excit exciting
ing exciting exploits of a love of love.
A shimmering, dashing riot of
color and luxury. Warm wita
the life of real-world men and
ADMISSION, 25c and 50 c
Including tax
At Davidson's
Uricn St stir r Cefe
Best Dinner In Hcritfs fcr
75 Ccnfs
Any Style
cigars, Cigarettes
'The Sheik" anrf spvpm! nthor- t,Qt,t
books at THE BOOK SHOP. 7-3t
T p. m p r i
ine ucaia lire & v ulcanizmg Com
pany sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf

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If you have any society items for basketball game in that city Saturday
the Star, please call five-one. j night:
; "Saturday night the boys' basket basket-Mrs.
Mrs. basket-Mrs. Jack Camp left yesterday f or ball team of the G. H. S. opened the

a visit to relatives in Savannah.
n ; .nir ; .of.!
wui i-" 6-"", T2-
isiactory. sain a. vuson, jeweier.o-u
Your wants in fresh meats
groceries will be promptly attended to
you'll call phone 108.
Main Street
Mrs. Phil Robinson and her infant
son have returned to their home in
Complete line of watches for every everybody
body everybody at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
Harrington Hall block. 5-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar
Mr. F. E. Wetherbee is in the city
from Leesburg, for, a visit to his wife
and daughter.
Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jr. and little son,
J. N. III., are expected this afternoon
to visit Mrs. Bryan's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Stripling.
Mr. V. L. Hastings, who recently
underwent an operation for appendi appendicitis
citis appendicitis at the hospital, is able to be out
and is fast recovering his health.
Mrs. Eliza Richie, who has been
spending the winter in Ocala with her
son, Mr. Clyde Richie, left today for
i her home in Indiana.
Mrs. V P Huckahv has iust re
! turned from the bedside of her sister,
M Mrs. J. L. Lavender of Hampton, who
i has been critically ill for the past
four weeks. Mrs. Huckaby left her
sister convalescing.
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night the lessons of the second rank
were instilled into the receptive mind
of Mr. Robert Park. A score or more
of the members of the lodge signified
their intention of joining in the meet meeting
ing meeting with the Dunnellon lodge Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening.
Judge Futch yesterday heard the
two young men, Frederick Cleveland
and R. V. Thompson, charged with
having liquor in their possession, and
the former with selling it. Cleveland
pled guilty, and received a sentence
on each charge, the aggregate of
j which will keep him at work on the
roads for eight months. Thompson is
a mere boy and seems to have been in influenced
fluenced influenced by his companion. The judge
turned him loose.
Among the attendants on the serv services
ices services at the new Catholic church Sun Sunday
day Sunday were two of our best citizens, Mr.
T. T. Munroe and Judge David S.
Williams, both of whom had the best
of reason to remember the dedication
of St. Philip's church thirty-nine years
ago. On that occasion, Mr. Munroe
I was a member of the orchestra while
Mr. Williams sang a solo. Neither
Judge Williams nor Mr. Munroe be belong
long belong to the Catholic church, but they
were glad to join their neighbors in
rejoicing on both momentous occas
This afternoon the Star had a very
brief but pleasant visit from Mrs.
Bertha Smith MacCullough, who with
her father, Mr. E. C. Smith, spent a
few hours in Ocala en route from
Miami to Jacksonville. Since leaving
Ocala a number of years ago, Mrs.
j j MacCullogh has come into national
j : prominence as an expert swimmer
2 and diver. She is located in Wash Wash-5
5 Wash-5 j ington and holds a position in the
S Russian division of the state depart-
j ment.
At her swimming and diving
j she is working hard and is in line for
: the natinnfil Phitmnlnnchm Tt i hnnaH
that she will be able to stay longer
. on her next visit, and that she may be
t , u-l--
1 able to give an exhibition ,of her
prowess in Silver Springs.

OCALA boys put up

The Gainesville News says of the
season with an easy victory over the
Ocala quintet by the score of 55 to 10,
The Ocala hovs fnutrht bnrH hut wpw i
u I k i i .-'" i
or experience, r or tne nrst lew mm
utes all indications pointed to a close!
score, but when the home boys found
themselves it was all Gainesville."
Mrs. J. W. Dumas and Miss Mary
Burford, chairmen of the special com committee,
mittee, committee, in charge of the arrangements
for preparation of the banquet last
night, wish to thank George MacKay
& Company and the Harrington Hall
hotel management for the courtesies
and favors shown; also Mr. Boyd,
steward of the Harrington," who so
willingly assisted in their task; Miss
Callie Gissendaner, who had charge of
the French maids, who served the
banquet, and to all of those who in
any way rendered their assistance in
making the banquet a success.
Federal Fruit Cake.
Contentions Made Before the United
States Labor Board by Rail Railway
way Railway Clerks
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 10. Extra pay for
over-time work and an eight-hour day
are the principal points sought by
railroad clerks in the controversy
over rules of the clerks' national
agreemnt, up for consideration today
by the United States railroad labor
The regular monthly meeting of the
Parent-Teachers' Association will be i
held Thursday, Jan. 12, at 4:15 p. m.,
at the high school. After a short
business meeting, Dr. C. L. Collins
will give a lecture on moving pictures,
atf er which a social meeting will be
held. The members and friends of
the association are urged to attend
this meeting. M. Meffert,
Acting Secretary.
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 9. Senator Mc-
Cumber of North Dakota, was select selected
ed selected today by the committee on com
mittees as chairman of the Senate
finance committee to succeed the late
Senator Penrose. Senator Freling Freling-huysen,
huysen, Freling-huysen, republican, of New Jersey,
was selected to fill the vacancy on the
finance committee.
Breathing Space.
The modern ideas of education are
all very well as far as they go, but
there is an old and well-tried proverb
which says that a little knowledge is
a dangerous thing. Perhaps that is
why Johnny Jones's essay on air ran
like this:
"Breath is made of air. We breathe
always with our luiiiis. except ar night,
when our breath keeps life going
through our poses while we are asleep.
If it wasn't for our breath we should
die whenever we slept.
"Boys that stay in a room all day
should not breathe. They should wait
until they get outdoors. A lot of boys
staying in a room make carbonicide.
and carbonicide is more poisonous
than mad dogs, though not just in
the same way. It does not bite, but
that's no matter so long as It kills
Legionnaires Respond.
When a post of the American I.e-
1 -'hm in Jackson. M:ss.. asfceil tor Vol-
1 anteers t0 save the tife of u'elto
, .., ... ,i
transfusion. VI legionnaires respond
Crawford. serVtutfy injure in
' gteet car accident, is recovering.
By Charlea Sughroc


Intelligence Displayed by Turkey
Proved Him the "Right Bird in
the Right Place."
Unlike the ordinary run of turkeys.
Ben. a mammoth bronze gobbler that I
one of our contributors owred, had a
great deal of sense. One !ay. our
frientl writes.
our nearest neighbor's
emii flock of turkeys invaded our
fanuvard and soon started a "free-f or- j
nil" tihr with iu1r hirds. Tile two old i
.j.blers engaged In combat: young i
j gobblers fought young gobblers; and
lJ turkey hens clashed.
family saw the same flock coming
down the road, and ours going across
the farmyard apparently to meet them.
She turned back Into the house to get
her sunbonnet and the broom, but

of thejyfe

when she went out not one
home flocfc was in "sight. A mopieni
later Ben emerged alone from behind
the big straw stack in the barnyard,
crossed the yard and met the intrud intruders.
ers. intruders. Seizing the leader firmly by the
neck, he marched him up the road to toward
ward toward his home. The visitor's numer-
uus farai,.y- evidently too much astoo-
I ished to do anything else, meekly fol
Looking behind the straw stack, she
saw Ben's flock crouched perfectly still
in the straw. Not one of them stirred
or made a sound until Ben returned
and led them into the farmyard,
where he strutted proudly before them
with the air of one who had done his
duty well. Could anyone have handled
i a difficult situation more intelligently?
Youth s Companion.
In the higher Andes or Argentina
and Chile, within a very limited re region,
gion, region, where there is a polar climate in
which no human beings can dwell, the
so-called Snow Penitents assemble.
The traveler comes unexiectedly
upon a great throng of them, gathered
on the barren slope of a mountain
peak. Seen from a little distance,
they have the appearance of a crowd
of hooded monks, all in white and
kneeling in serried lines. It is a re remarkable
markable remarkable illusion, for the "monks" are
not human at all. nor alive. Each one
of them is. a block of snow and ice.
One theory of this phenomenon is that
the fallen snow may be of uneven
density and that the powerful rays of
:ui overhead sun first melt those parts
of it around the denser spots, leaving
the latter still frozen, to. assume the
form of snow men.
As the snow continues to melt, water
trickling down from the blocks may
help to deepen the surrounding hol hollows,
lows, hollows, while prevented from accumulat accumulating
ing accumulating in the latter by the slope of the
mountains. The arrangement of the
white figures in rows may be explained
by the slope, the water all draining in
one direction. This, however, is only
me of several theories offered in ex explanation
planation explanation of the "Snow of the Peni Penitents."
tents." Penitents." as it is called in that part o4
the world.
Retired Persons,
The proverbial "busman's holiday"
Is nothing to that of the man who re retires
tires retires fnm business. Some months ago
the manager of a London bank retired.
Since then he has looked in most days
"just to see how they are getting on.
Equally had is the case of a provincial
theater manager, an old actor well
known in London's theatrical world
He also retired, bidding his staff a
long farewell with much emotion. II
was understood he was going to live in
a quiet little place in Surrey. A fort fortnight
night fortnight later he turned up in his old
theater as director of a traveling pom
pany. Worst of all was the Impenitenc
of a printer, who. after being pen pensioned,
sioned, pensioned, appeared every morning at thf
office door at the usual time to watch
.the others go in to work. Nor did h
come to gloat. He envied. Londor
. The Effect of Ease.
Experts say that American women
air taller than they were 40 years
ago and that athletics is responsible.
But only a small proportion of the
women of the country indulge in ath athletics.
letics. athletics. It w uld be just as easy to
prove that the increase in height is
due to less exercise than formerly.
Surely the broom and the washtub are
as effective muscle producers as the
golf stick and the tennis racket, and
the modern housekeeier does not as a
rule have to work as hard as did her
mnthejr and rpdmother.


. Simmons' GARAGE


PHONE 2.4 3

Cook's Market
FOR RENT A furnished five-room
apartment at Stanton, Fla at $30
a month. Address Mrs. Frank
Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 5-6t
FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
White Wyandotte cock bird, "thor "thoroughbred.
oughbred. "thoroughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St., Ocala, Fla. 15-lm
Line is fully equipped to give prompt
service in all kinds of light or heavy
hauling. Also baggage. Rates right.
Phone 434. 1-1-tf
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 All iengths oak or pine; for
cookstove, heater or fireplace. J
give you quick service. Phone 322.
Also pair of mules, new wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N.
MagnoHa St., Ocala. 3-lm
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms,
also sleeping rooms and light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping rooms. Burnett's flat, cor corner
ner corner Ft. King and Magnolia. 4-6t
LOST Friday afternoon, pink cameo
ring. Finder will please return to
Star office. 7-3t
WANTED To rent, house with large
lot; rent much be reasonable. Apply
in writing to H, care Star. 7-3t
LOST Bicycle taken from my porch
Thursday night; man size Indian
bicycle; red frame; front tire Fisk,
back tire chain tread; yellow saddle
with one mudguard on back. Finder
please notify Mrs. Ola Potter. 7-3t
WANTED Man for farm work. M.
L. Prine, Route B, Box 67, Ocala,
Fla. l-7-3t
WANTED A No. l-4ird dog. Apply
S. H. DeGroodt, at the Colonial ho
tel, Ocala. 9-lt
This is a Studebaker year.
All that is good and safe in Chiro
practic and electro magnetic treat
ment. See Dr. Kiplinger, at the Ocala
House. 10-5t
We are making plenty of Pullman
bread every day now. Federal Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. S-t
You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm
acy. Phone 284. 4-tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
"An Interrupted Honeymoon a
musical comedy, by Mrs. Cole, music
director of the Ocala school, and pre
sented by the O. H. S. sight singing
classes, Thursday evening, Jan. 12, at
the Woman's Club. Admission 50c;
school children, 25e. 7-5t
The "Village

v J. s I-'O-v vjy -o vl---o-v?
and Grocery
.Ov .Ov .O .Oi S5 jOv jOv .Ov TJv .Oi SS5
Not lor Ear, Eye and Throat
But Just Your NeckOnly
Demonstrations free for
this week. We call special
attention to a new collar
must be seen to be appreci appreciated
ated appreciated saves without priva privation.
tion. privation. Also just received wonderful range
of knitted ties whose blend of colors
are really impelling admiration and
invoking praise of the most fastid fastid-ious,
ious, fastid-ious, men, ahd remember other essen essentials
tials essentials for men not neglected.
Very cordially yours,
Ocala House Block
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 fox their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
The war tax on .eye
glasses was removea Jam.
k; 1st, 1922, being
SL as a necessity and not a
.w luxury.
UK. rk. j. WEIUE,
Optometrist and Optician i
Eyesight Specialist
666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. It's the
most speedy reuiedy wc know.
Fresh meats
Street Market.
and poulary. Main
Phone 108. 4-tf
Miss Ruth Isaacs of Tampa Is the
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