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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1922
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Convention American Legion Post
Commanders and Adjutants Passed
Stinging Resolutions Against The
Disloyal Senator. x
The state convention of the Amer American
ican American Legion and the reunion of all
Florida ex-service men in Orlando
last May was marked by considerable
drinking. The convention o' com commanders
manders commanders and adjutants determined
that such a condition shall not again
exist if it be in the power of the
legion to prevent it. The Ocala con convention
vention convention decided that all diligence
should be observed to make the fu future
ture future conventions as free as possible
from drinking and the Palm Peach
committee was instructed to leave
booze out. of its plans of entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. The Palm Peach convention
will be attended by National Com Commander
mander Commander H. W. McNeider, and it is
hoped that Generals Pershing and
Crowder will attend.
During the Tuesday morning ses session
sion session of the legion convention the fol following
lowing following resolutions were read and
adopted by the assembly:
"Whereas, During the years of 1917
and 1918, after repeated -insult, loss
of life, at the hands of a foreign na nation
tion nation and when due and Sufficient
causes, more especially after the ship
Lusitania had been sunk by a German
torpedo and hundreds of our citizens,
including women and children, sent to
their death at the bottom of the sea,
for which act the German government
struck off medals of honor commem
orating and lauding this event, our
nation went to war with the foreign
"Whereas, In defense of the honor
and integrity of our nation thousands
upon thousands of the leading man manhood
hood manhood of our country, volunteered their
services and offered their lives, if
needs be, to our country in the pursu pursuance
ance pursuance of this war; and,
T- "Whereas, These men together with
others under a commendable system
of draft, which it was found necessary
to enforce in order to build our army
to sufficient 'size to meet a meet a
powerful enemy; and,
"Whereas, This patriotic body of
men, unskilled and untrained in war warfare,
fare, warfare, Was miraculously builded almost
over-night into the most able and
wonderful army the world has ever
known, went forward under self self-sacrifice
sacrifice self-sacrifice and many personal hardships
to meet this foreign foe in defense
of their homes, Jtheir country and a
world democracy; and,
"Whereas, After many deeds of
heroism and bravery, after much suf suffering
fering suffering and the loss of "thousands of
young and brilliant lives from Hun.
shell and bullets, this great American
army acquitted itself with honor and
glory in defeating the world foe, and
upholding the American flag as an
emblem to be respetced and revered;
"Whereas, During the progress of
the war there arose in the great state
of Georgia a man, brilliant of mind,
but small and un-American in princi
ple and ideals to lend the weight of
his personality and his newspaper to
obstruct the efforts of his country in
its successful prosecution of the war;
"Whereas, Years after the close of
the war, through some unaccountable
reasons the great state of Georgia
honored this unpatriotic, this un-
American, citizen with a seat in the
United States Senate where, in fur-
therance of his hatred of the great
American principles that builded our
wonderful and valorous army, he
brings absurd and unthinkable charges
against officers, men and nurses of the
army, which tend to degrade the
great nation of the 'United States in
the eyes of the world, and cast shame
and disgrace upon the noble women
and courageous men who served in
our army, facing disease, sickness and
death in defense of their country's
honor; therefore be it
"Resolved, By" this conference of of-i cal precipice, and should be avoided,
ficials of the American Legion depart-1 The care of unemployed ex-service
ment of Florida, assembled in Ocala, I men was entered into at length. Each
Fla., January 10, 1922, that we de- J post in the state is trying to take
plore and condemn the presence of j care of the unemployed ex-service
Tom Watson in the United States j man but is finding it hard in- many in in-Senate,
Senate, in-Senate, and especially do we condemn' stances because of the great number
his insulting charges against the offi-' of boys who are coming into Florida
cers, men and nurses who so valiantly j
served their country in the recent
world war and declare that in ouri
opinion such charges as he brings ;
form to be absurd, unfair and un
American and unworthy the consid
eration given them by the United
States Senate, and we offer our sym-
pathy, respect and good will to the
officers, men and women whom Tom
Watson has so basely insulted in his
charges, and declare him- un-American
and unworthy the sacrifice made
by our valiant army in defending his
home and his rights as those of our
loyal citizens; be it further
"Resolved, That a copy of these res-
Party of Workmen Peacefully Going
To Their Day's Labor Put In
Belfast, Jan. 11. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). A bomb was thrown
at a trolley car bearing seventy-five
persons to work today. The quick ac ac-tfbn
tfbn ac-tfbn of the motorman, who put on full
speed when he heard a revolver shot,
icsulted in the missile going wide of
the mark. The explosion splintered
the car; A man and his wife living
rear by who went to the door of their
home to learn the cause of the com com-i
i com-i :otkn, were shot dead by a volley of
life fire which swept the street.
FRIEDA HEMPHILL IS
COMING TO OCALA
Will Sing at the Temple Theater Sat-
urday Night, Jan. 27th
Frieda Hemphill, the great concert
and operatic soprano, will appear in
concert' at the Temple theater in Ocala
on January 27th. This will be most
welcome news to the music lovers not
only of Ocala but of this section of the
state. Miss Hemphill is considered by
some of .the music critics to be the
greatest living soprano. A crowded
house, therefore, is expected to. greet
her when she appears here.
When the Jenny Lind celebration
was held in Carnegie Hall in New
York in 1921, Miss Hemphill was
selected- to personify the immortal
Lind, and the ovation that Miss Hemp
hill received at the concert-and. cele-
bration of Lind's first appearance in
this country was tremendous. Her
singing of the famous "Echo" song
was declared by the critics to have
been nearly perfect. Besides being
one of the most prominent sopranos
on the concert stage today, Miss
Hemphill is also a member of the
Metropolitan Opera Company and has
;ung m many of the famous opera
houses of the world.
SHOT THE GIRL
AND THEN HIMSELF
Wa ycross Man Took Asheville Girl's
Refusal Too Much To
Asheville, N. C, Jan. 11. Dorothy
Parker, age 24, a society girl of this
city, and J. Turner Sharp, age 30, of
Waycross, Ga., are dead as a result of
bullets said to have been fired by
Sharp this morning, supposedly, the
authorities say, because Miss Parker
refused to marry him.
olutions be sent to Tom Watson, the
president of the Senate and to the
leading newspapers of our state."
Immediately after the adoption of
thes resolutions, it was moved and
carried that this convention tender to
the president of the Senate and the
investigating committee the services
of this department in the investigation
of any case in Florida.
The Tuesday afternoon session was
marked by a very interesting discus discussion
sion discussion and exchange of views on Amer Americanism.
icanism. Americanism. It was brought out in this
connection that so many good Ameri American
can American citizens do not pay the proper
respetc to our flag, because they are
ignorant of the proper flag etiquette.
Many of the "delegates present favored
the legion taking an active part in
J teaching the school children what con-
stitutes respect for our flag and toi
help the boys of our country, to love
their home land. s,.
Considerable discussion took place
as to whether the legion should take
any active part in law enforcement.
All were agreed that the legion
should stand strong for law-abiding
j citizenship but it seemed to be the
opinion of the convention that any
stand taken on the enforcement of any
j particular law or laws would be get-
ting too near the brink of the politi-
with the expectation of readily finding
Take your watch and jewelry re-
' pair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,;
: Harrington Hal block,
j Some new china dinner sets at THE
Our sausage is always fresh r.s we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf
If youll try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, youll use no other. 4-tf
7'he Allied Reparations Commission
Wants to Know Why They Can't
Pay January and February
Cannas, Jan. 11. (By Asociated
Press). Representatives of the Ger German
man German government have beensummon-
cd to appear this evening Before the.'
allied reparations commission to ex explain
plain explain Germany's inability to meet hr
January and February reparations
ENGLISH MAKE FRENCH CAUSE
A, British memorapdum of the pro pro-p6sed
p6sed pro-p6sed Anglo-French pact, which was
A telegraphed textually to London, de
clares Great Britain makes the secu security
rity security of France a problem of her own
and that she will be ready again to
throw in her forces as
in 1914 if
French soil is attacked.
BRIAND WILL MEET HIS CRITICS
Premier Briand will leave for Paris
today, not only to inform the French
cabinetas to the status of negotia negotiations
tions negotiations at Cannes, but, it is understood,
to meet and answer the criticism of
certain groups of the opposition and
to demand the chamber of deputies
that it support or reject him.
NOT LATER THAN
Case of Alabama Guardsman, Charg Charged
ed Charged With Murder, Will be In
, Hands of the Jury
Hamilton, Ala., Jan. 11. Court offi officials
cials officials indicated today that the case of
Sergeant Robert Lancaster, placed on
trial Monday on a charge of murder
in connection with the lynching of
William Baird, a miner, near Jasper
last January, would be in the hands of
the jury by Saturday night. The state
announced it would conclude its direct
Eastlake, Jan. 10. The annual
meeting of the Lake Weir Yacht Club
was held in the club house Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, January 6th, with an unusually
large number of members in attend attendance.
ance. attendance. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: Presi President,
dent, President, Mrs. R. E. McCuen; vice presi
dent, Mr. James E. Klpck; secretary-
treasurer, Miss Margaret Tamblyn.
The winter program of the club
Piomises to be stimulating and inter
esting. The regular weekly afternoons
at cards will soon be resumed, and
there will be some novel and unique
entertainment each Friday evening.
The following invitation has been
issued to members of the club, and so society
ciety society is buzzing with excitement at
the prospect of a wedding in its midst:
"Mr. and Mrs. U. R. A. Bodb re re-quest
quest re-quest the honor of your presence at
the marriage of their daughter, Ima
to Mr. Heeza Nut, on Friday, Janu January
ary January thirteenth, at eight o'clock, Lake
Weir Yacht Club, Eastlake, Florida."
The bride-eiect is a winsome and
fascinating "sub-deb," a member of
the younger set of the club, and the
groom, belonging to the well known
and justly famous Nut family, is a
prominent clubman, and enormously
Miss Sallie Patica of Swampscott,
Mass., will be the charming maidj of
honor, and little Misses Dottie Dimple
and Ida Clara will be the dainty flower
Matser Chessnut, the diminutive
nephew of the groom, will act as. ring ring-bearer,
bearer, ring-bearer, 'and Messrs. Wildand Woolly
and Jimpson WTeed will act as ushers.
The groom will be tenderly supported
by his college chum, Mr, Moore Funn,
best man, and Rev. Fuller Witt will
perform the ceremony.
It is hoped that Ocala society will
be largely represented at the ap ap-pxoaching
pxoaching ap-pxoaching function.
The attractive home which Mr. and
Mrs- Henry Tamblyn of Honesdale, j
Penn., purchased last winter from Mr.
N. R. DeLane, has "been extensively
lemodeled ,and is now ready for oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. Mrs. Tamblyn is a sister of
j Mrs. E. W. Lee of 31ount Vernon, N.
p ., and aunt of Messrs. W. R. and H.
j V. Lex of the Eastlake Investment
j Company. She has received many re
quests irom tourists ior winter ac-
commodations in her new home, and
has decided to take a limited number
of guests for the season.
Lake bathing is proving enjoyable
to young and old, and one often hears
the enticing call, "Come on in, the
Y'ou can always find a complete line
of sterling silver table cutlers at Sam,
T. Wilson's jewelry store in the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hal L blocks. 5-tf
It Had Another of Those Hundred Per
Cent Luncheons for Members
And Visitors Yesterday
' The Ocala Rotary Clubis about to
go "over the top" again with another
one hundred per cent meeting. At
yesterday's luncheon every Rotarian
was present except Rotarians Roy V.
Ott and Frederick R. Hocker. Ro Rotarian
tarian Rotarian Ott attended the meeting in
Jacksonville yesterday t and Rotarian
Hocker will attend the luncheon of the
Orlando Rotary Club today, making
the attendance 100 per cent and re repeating"
peating" repeating" the record of last week.
Moreover, these two 100 per cent
meetings will give the Ocala club a
big lead in the atendance contest
among the Rotary clubs of the state.
Mr. Sumter L. Lowry Jr., of Tampa,
department commander of the Ameri American
can American Legion, was present at yesterday's
luncheon as the guest of the club.
Others present were Rotarians Bill
Pcaree and. Howard Rowton of Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, and Rotarian W. D. Chalmers,
of the Rotary Club of Waukesha, Wis.,
The latter was a guest of Rotarian
Harvey Clark. Captain Payne of
Jacksonville was the guest of Rotar Rotarian
ian Rotarian Will Gary.
At yesterday's luncheon Frank E.
Harris Jr. became a member of the
club and was introduced as the "baby"
of the organization by W. T. Gary.
Arrangements have been made for
instrumental mwsic for each luncheon
of the club and this feature was
started yesterday. Mrs. A. W. Davis
played the piano during the luncheon
and for the songs that were sung. The
luncheon was served by the ladies of
the hospital association auxiliary and
was fully up to the standard of the
Ocala Rotary Club luncheons. The
Ocala club has a reputation for the
r excellence of its luncheons.
Rotarians Whit Palmer and Ardis
WTaterman were the committee on at attendance
tendance attendance this week and put over the
N)0 per cent meeting.
The following telegram was receiv received
ed received this afternoon from William S.
Branch Jr., secretary of the Orlando
v "Hocker arrived on time. Received
big hand. Congratulations on the
hundred. We had perfect score also."
PEACE DOLLARS IN OCALA
The Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank has received some of the new
silver dollars "peace dollars," they
are called coined specially to com commemorate
memorate commemorate the year in which the first
great advances were made toward
cessation of war all over the world.
They afe handsome coins, and each
person who can afford it should secure
and keep at least one of them. Each
coin bears on the obverse an Ameri American
can American eagle, an olive branch in his claws,
standing on a rock and facing the ris rising
ing rising sun. On the rock is graven the
word "Peace," and the words "One"
and "Dollar" appear on each side of
the eagle. The line "United States
of America" and the national motto,
"E Pluribus Unum," are on the upper
curve of the coin. The reverse bears
the well-known and classic features of
Miss "Liberty," with the date 1921,
and the rather doubtful statement "In
God we trust." Only a limited num number
ber number of these dollars were coined, so
you had better trot to the bank andl
accumulate one as soon as possible.
LAWYERS WILL MEET
IN FRISCO NEXT YEAR
Tampa, Jan. 11. The executive
committee of the American Bar Asso Association,
ciation, Association, "meeting here today, selected
San Francisco for this year's annual
convention, to be held in August.
PUTS HIS DIGNITY
AT A HIGH PRICE
Miami, Jan. 11. Damages of ten
thousand dollars are asked of F. W.
Fuxzard. vice president of the Bank
of Bay Biscayne, of this city, by
Peter Bernstein in a suit filed today.
Bernstein claims the banker kicked
him out of the bank last month, hu
miliating him before a large crowd.
SEEKING A MURDERER
Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 11.- The
police were baffled today in their
search for the axe wielder who last
night slew Mrs. G. S. Crawford, wife
of a grocer, and inflicted : injuries
upon Crawford, whose condition is re reported
ported reported criticaL A two-year-old child
was not molested.
Federal Fruit Cake.
With American Treops from Germany
A board, Sprung a Leak 450 Miles
Out from Home Port
New York, Jan. 11. The army
transport Crook, bringing American
troops from Germany, sprang a leak
450 miles from New York but the
damage was temporarily repaired and
she is in no immediate danger, accord according
ing according to a wireless received today. The
transuort St. Mihiel left here this
morning to render assistance if need needed.
ed. needed. OCALA CREAMERS SOON
WILL BE IN OPERATION
An Uptcdate Institution Which Will
Be of Great Profit To
In a few daya the Marion County
Creamery will be in operation. It is
acknowledged to be the most com complete
plete complete and most modernly equipped
piant of this kind in the state. The
management has made all arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for putting on the market the
following products, which will be of
the highest quality possible:
Whole sweet milk.
Cream of any degree of richness.
t Ice cream.
From the time the milk is weighed
in it is automatically handled by ma machinery
chinery machinery and put up in sanitary con containers
tainers containers without chance of contamina contamination
tion contamination on the part of the operators or
The first process is clarification, by
vhich all impurities or foreign matter
mechanically extracted with the
centrifugal Sharpiess super clarifier.
This is one of the most remarkable,
most accurate and most expensive
machines in the plant.
The milk is next pasteurized.Jn the
big pasteurizer is a revolving steam
pipe coil that holds a temperature of
145 degrees for just long enough to
kill or destrby all ferment and dis disease
ease disease germs and sends the milk over
the cooler in an absolutely sterile
It is here immediately cooled to
about 40 degrees and flows by gravity
into the bottle filler. This bottle filler
Operates much in the same way as
the fillers in our soft drink bottling
plants. The bottles are carried under
the milk tank, filled, carried to a cap capper
per capper and capped by the machine..
This community has not before had
the opportunity to get pasteurized j
milk. With so many people handling
milk in various ways, the pasteurizing
process is a safeguard that is required
by law in all large cities. Years ago
a great typhoid epidemic in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va., was traced back to a" cer
tain dairy in which one of the milkers
had haa typhoid in his home. This
is only one of a long list of exper experiences
iences experiences with typhoid, dysentery, tuber
culosis, etc., that caused the health
authorities of our larger cities to re
quire the pasteurization on their milk.
The flavor of properly pasteurized
milk is only slightly different from
that of other milk. With a tempera
ture of 145 degrees it can not be said
to be cooked as- 212 degrees is boiling
point. But it is made safe, and the
difference in flavor is negligible.
Some have wondered if this process
would destroy certain classes of vita vita-mines.
mines. vita-mines. It does not. High tempera temperature
ture temperature processing or long cooking may
destioy certain classes of vitamines in
some foods. But those are Jfiot the
Rind we get chiefly from mfik. And
furtheiiutie, iiiaU fiuias and vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, especially oranges and toma tomatoes,
toes, tomatoes, contain very liigh amounts of
Even canned tomato
juice is prescribed by physicians and
has been found to be of great value in
promoting the ieaith and growth of
The butter and other products will
be as efficiently handled, and of as
high-quality as can be made any anywhere.
where. anywhere. f
The creamery company invites your
inspection and patronage.
Don't forget Zane Grey's latest book
at THE BOOK SHOP. 7-3t
Free air and a man to put it in
right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing
Company. Ji-tf ?
The Gift Shop is showing a complete
line of the latest music. 6-3t
Phone 103 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery" "servicer in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
The best bread and rolls yon ever
ate can be had at the Federal Bakery,
fresh every day. : 36t
Possible that the United States Sen-
ate May Not Desire Newberry
Among Its. Members
Washington, Jan. 11. Democratic
leaders in the Senate at a conference
today agreed upon revision of the res resolution
olution resolution by Senator Walsh, of Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, to declare vacant the-senatorial
seat of Truman Newberry: The new j
resolution, it was announced, would
be introduced uring the day and an
immediate vote urged.
MAY BE A NARROW7 MARGIN
Washington, Jan. 10. The Newber Newberry
ry Newberry election controversy in the Senate
revealed today indications of a seeth seething
ing seething line-tightening &:ht with the title
to Truman H. Newberry's seat as
senator from Michigan, hanging in the
balance. Both sides claimexl victory
tonight, Mr. .Newberry's supporters
predicting a majority of four to seven
votes, while his opponents declared he
i would be unseated bya margin of
three to five votes.
Five speeches voicing opposition to
Mr. Newberry's being seated were de delivered
livered delivered today. If a vote deciding the
ssue is not taken today, there is a
possibility of one to- recommit the
whole question to the Senate commit committee
tee committee with instructions to call Mr. New Newberry
berry Newberry for an examination.
LASTETJ A WEEK
Married at the Same Time a Woman
and Much Money
Miami, Jan. 11. Charles Weston
today won out in the race against time
for the possession of an English estate
and an annuity of $5000, when he and"
Mrs. Mary C. Vantine were married
here. Weston was recently notified
-that a friend of his wife in England
left an estate to her. His wife has
been dead two years. Attorneys said
if he married before February 1st he
could claim the money. A newspaper
article resulted in fifty proposals
within' two days. Mrs. Vantine, who
he married today, is well to do, hav having
ing having property valued at $50,000. They
met a week ago.
BIG STORM SWEEPING
IN FROM THE OCEAN
Washington, Jan. 1.. Warning of a
storm of great intensity near the Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia capes was issued today b ythe
& O. TRAIN W RECK
NEAR PORTSMOUTH, O.
Portsmouth, O., Jan. 11. J. G. Cal Callahan,
lahan, Callahan, fireman, was killed and the en en-giner
giner en-giner and brakeman were badly in injured
jured injured when an embankment 100 feet
high, weakened by heavy rains, spill spilled
ed spilled an engine and several coal cars of
a Chesapeake &-Ohio Northern train
near Sciotoville this morning. The
engine and cars rolled over several
MEETING OF B. AND P. CLUB
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club held its regular month monthly
ly monthly business meeting at its club rooms
last night at 8 o'clock, with Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Taylor's the f club's efficient
president, in the chair.
. This being the meeting for the annual-election
of officers, the following
were elected for the ensuing year:
Miss Margaret Taylor, president;
.Miss Carrie Barco, first vice presi president;
dent; president; Mrs. Susan Ellis, second vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; Miss Mabel Meffert, secre-
tary; Miss Khoda Rhody, correspond
ing secretary;. Miss He!en"Veal, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; Miss Mary Sheppard, auditor,
ajid Miss Adele Bittinger, reporter.
This club is a live organization and
the women in the business world are
taking advantage of the opportunities
that the club offers. Twelve new
names were submitted for member membership,
ship, membership, voted on and accepted. At the
social meeting which will be held in
the club rooms next Tuesday night,
the new members will be received
into the club.
.. W. ft. i am, SI. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, cose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla, t tf
AH jewelryrepair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's'
jewelry srtore in the Harrington Hall
fMork. : ; - 6-tf
'. Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 103. : Main Street
Success or Failure of Iu V,.
Ensuing. Year DepenJji Lirj
On Tomorrow N';
The success and efTectiveness of the
Marion County Board of Trade de depends
pends depends in a large measure uporfthe of officers
ficers officers of the organization. Officers for
the new year will be elected at the
annual meeting of the Board of Trc.lt
to be held tomorrow night at cILt
o'clock in the organization room. Ev Every
ery Every member of the organization is
expected therefore to be present at
the meeting to vote for the men to
head the trade hody during 1922. At
tomorrow night's meeting also the
members will have an opportunity of
learning what the work and accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments of the Board of Trade have
been during the year just ending. A
number of amendments making' im important
portant important chances in the constitution ".
and by-laws will be submitted and
there will be -a discussion of the pro-1
gram of work for the year.
The amendments to the constitution
provide for. changing the name of the
organization from the Marion County -Board
of Trade to the Marion County
Chamber of .Commerce; nrovide for
the holding of regular meetings not
less than once in three months upon 4
dates to be determined by the beard
of governors; provide for the collec collection
tion collection of active dues quarterly in ad-
vance; provide for forfeiture- of mem-:
bership in the case of delinquents, ana"
for regulations in regard to the intro-i
duction and adoption of resolutions.
FUNERAL OF MRS. WELLHONER
The funeral, of Mrs. F. Z.. Well Well-honer
honer Well-honer was held from her' home at
Conner Tuesday morning at ten
o'clock. Rev, Gas"- Padgett of Fort
McCoy, was the officiating clergyman.
Numbers of f riends from all over the
county gathered to pay their last re-
to -love and honor, and the quantities
of flowers was a living testimony of
the resrect in which she "Was held.
The deceased was born in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 72 years aeo. and her maiden
name was Miss Donnie Hogan. ; She
was married there to Mr. F. Z. Well Well-honer
honer Well-honer nearly 45 years ago. For the
cast thirtv vears she had made her
home at Conner, where by her lovong
traits and Christian work she had en endeared
deared endeared herself to the whole commu-
nity. Since a child he had been
member of the Baptist f church, in
which she took an active part in aM.
Mrs. Wellhoner. besides her bus-
band, leaves to mourn her passing:
four children, Mr. Fred W. Wellhoner
and Mrs. Me'.vin Long, of DeLeon
Springs ; Jack Wellhoner and Mrs.
Eric Mills, the last named" having
been adopted when small children.
She .brought t',am up as her own, be bestowing
stowing bestowing on them all the love and devo-'
tion of her own flesit and blood. Mrs.
Wellhoner also has two brothers, Mr.
Ed Hogan, of Kissimmee, and Mr.
Mrs. J. M. Chalker, of Rockledge, and
Mrs. Laura Marslv of Bushnell.
The family has the sympathy of the
entire' community in its loss, and in
the death of this good woman there"
will be a place that is hard to fill. ..',
Irvine, Jan. 11. -Mr. Fred Waits cf
Gainesville was a Wednesday caller.
Miss Rubye Edwards left w'scs-
day for GainesviB-Ga-, where tha is
attending school winter.
Dr. and Mrs. J.'.L." Davis visited
Ocala Thursday. -.
Mr. and Mrs. Wall of Mclnto&h were
Friday callers. ...
Mr. Lum Mclver of Ocala, who has
been visiting Dr. Davis and family,
left Friday for a visit to Mr. Dug
Fant and family of Flemington. ';
Mr. Kent Ausjey of Fairfield passed
through our burg Saturday. (
Quite a number from here attended
services at Flemington Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. : ;' r.'; -U- V-"
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards; Mr.
and Mrs". Robert Chitty and Mr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Chitty spent Sunday wjth Mr.
and Mrs. II. E. Mathews of rllemiog rllemiog-ton.
Mrs. Williams and Irs John Burry
of Orange Lake, called on Mrs. Davis.
Mrs. Afari T.vToa f-f nTrxotviTla nr-aa
tne guest.oi nr. and Airs. G. SI. Batea
" Mr. "Frank Henderly is entertaining
as his guests his mother, Mrs. Anna
Henderly f Lancaster,. Ohio, and his
uncle, Mr. I. K. Granier of Mattocny Mattocny-Ind.
Ind. Mattocny-Ind. They will be in Ocala probably
a month, taking ad van tas'a of FJ----ida's
pleasant winter.. '
la Evening Star
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCA LA, FLORIDA
that in pr&ctk-aHy, tfery class j the
same thing? had hapfened and when
an investigation was made, it was
found that many of the foreign born
parents,, due to unemployment, were
drugging their children to keep them
from feeling hungry, Miami Herald.
THE STATE MUST LIVE
land prices there and produced totjI
1 larmi a nrCTtari fif cflttlhlrs whose ?
---e. w-. e, t
SW i Charter No. 10578
"Be it resolved: That the Florida speculative follies led them too far
Federation of Women's Clubs agrees .-.tAct the allusions of ill-founded 5 1
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
Reserve District No. tj
to quit buying western meat and to
, hope. They had over-reached their i :
parcnase rionaa meat, wnenever a , , i v..
steady" sunnlv of well-finished meatiP and Pald to much for their 3 OUT CUbtomefS the return
from dipped cattle is available in the wares and were not able to stand a j of
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If Marion county could loan Hills
borough a few juries there would not
te so many acquittals down that way
Park Trammell, in his speech in the
Senate Monday, riddled Newberry'
hvDocritical pretenses to a seat in
If the leading nations of the world
outlaw gas and submarine piracy,
they have the power to also outlaw
any nation that breaks the rules.
The Dail" Eireann acted wisely in
electing Arthur Griffith president.
Griffith ias forked and suffered for
his cause; he is also. sensible enough
to know real good when he sees it.
dipped cattle is available in the wares and were not able to stand a j
It does begin to look like the time J markets; properly slaughtered; m flight drop in values, which the pru-! Mr Inn Haiti
ird of i t'ent are prepared for at all seasons. 2 ,
grades- T, w. waT. wna .. a who has again taken ud
trade!2'1 agreed that ome reaction was to H her work! Call or phone
mark of a reliable association or I be immediately expected with the! 2 ZlZ.
packing house." cancellation of the war orders of the a itii xnv IrllTV didiad
The foregoing is cat from last Governments, but contrary to the ex-! t? uuiiin-ipWa
for America feeding other nation's sanitary condition; under board of
according to quality. Said grades to
be stamped with registered
children has about expired.
GUESS WE'D BETTER GO
On a sheet, at the head of which ap
pear crude drawings of a grim and "week's issue of one of our state pa- j rotation of. almost every one, such
ominous mask and grisly skull and ; Frs; and while it is m the form of a Reaction was only seen in mid-winter
cross bones, the Star has .received tha resolution, that paper says that it was. 18-1919 in all lines but meat, while
following summons, which it allows it j presented by some ladies as a message
112 East Ft, King
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Closeof Business on Dec. 31st, 1921
I (a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
(except those shown in b and c) . . . $820,583.06
;; Total loans $820,585.06
;L Deduct:. ; -
to the Florida Cattlemen's Association
assembled at Kissimmeea
had better obey: .......
Rome Klean and. Konfess
lore paper is a aisgrace to fplprfttwl wompn'R clubs of
community and to the state. Yore, Florida include a large number of our
editoiAl polisy is offensive to common i int.iK.nt wnn;,n flnd 1 Klieve
by the spring of 1919 everything but
meat continued to go up in price and
few days i .v eat showed ilight losses. But these
slight losses were enough to raise a
howl from the western gamblers in
A SAFE TEST
For those who are in need of a
cmedv for kidney troubles and harlc-
ac he, it is a god plan to try Doan's
t.;.i r;ii ti i i
cattle, who are ever to the forefront J5? J
with complaints, while the 'masses of
Kasino, Tampa, at 7:30 p. m. Febru- j message was token saya that it and
ary the 8 next to explane yore dis
reputable conduck. Said trial to be
held in conneckshun with the Press
Breakfust of the Tampa Rotary Klub.
the ladies were received "with cour courtesy,"
tesy," courtesy," which the ladies were well en entitled
titled entitled to receive; but if anything of
courtesy was shown to the message
Herein fale not under pennelty of a,the catt,emen present have won much
J 1 m- 1 thin k. inn if All ; 1
ueency .m w m Un injustice has been done them by!, he real meat producers had no corn corn-are
are corn-are a violater of the most sacred pnn-, tV-a fnrrn ha ;. nf .n m , n ,
ciples of white supremiicy and the In-1 indivi(jual members, for the cattlemen Q crush and dismember the' truly
fizzle-ble Empire. of piorjda may never hope, and hope j splendid organizations of our packers
You are therefore kbmmanded to be :neveFf to please sucn fa5tidious la-j who helped make America what
and appare for trial before the Myotic j dj-es sh and athered ith wonderful
ftOUU 01 inv xvltu 'J xai"" The paper from which the above ; precision the surplus of meats from
ail over this Union to find on every
continent of the globe those to fur furnish
nish furnish money for the produce of our
So the spring, of 1919 found meat
still high and everything else begin beginning
ning beginning to soar. The retail meat men
of the east took advantage of a care care-iess
iess care-iess and indifferent public, who were
wild in other extravagances while
thtir money "flowed so freely.
Hence a hue from the east about
the high price of steak, and a cry
from the western gamblers in cattle
3 bout the price which the paclsers then
paid for steers. Hence rumblings in
Washington began in the spring of
1919 and the packers were brought to
book, thoroughly aired, regulated and
dismembered, to suit the whims of
men who knew little or nothing of the
business in hand, or who. had never
Rough Ride in a Sticky Suit.
A. WHte Capp,
By order of the Imperial Gizzard.
Be sure and read that article in
another column on the new creamery.
It is a fine' enterprise and one partic particularly'
ularly' particularly' fitted to our county. Let our
people give it full and. steady support.
A gentleman doesn't remind a
friend of favors done, and American
gentlemen should not remind our war war-shattered
shattered war-shattered Allies of money we loaned
them and j which they are at present
not able to repay.
Don't criticise the board of trade,
because it doesn't do. things your way.
Attend the meetings, try to swing
them your way; tjien, like a good
sport, accept the decision of the ma majority.
jority. majority. Fort King Camp, Woodmen of the
World, will instal its officers for the
year Friday night, Jan. 20, and on
that occasion will join the Woodmen
Circle in giving a big supper to all
members! Sovereigns should paste the
date in. their hats.
The St. Petersburg Independent
spoke a mouthfull when it said: "There
is no lack of business in candy and
gasoline. The people can always af afford
ford afford the luxuries of life, even if they
have to .do without ome of the neces
De Valera said that if McSwiney
died h6 would die. too. De Valera re
signed as president of the "Irish re
public" because he couldn't have
things his way, and immediately stood
for re-election. But the Irish seem
to have at last found out that he is a
The Lakeland Telegram makes a
close-fitting remark when it says of
the Irish: "If their wisdom in govern
ing themselves equals their valor in
opposing the government of others,
they will soon become a very impor
tant factor in the affairs of the
More negroes have been arrested
for having moonshine liquor in their
possession.' Why not get some of the
white men who are selling liquor in
large quantities? St. Petersburg In Independent.
dependent. Independent. f
Marion county genf them occasion occasionally,
ally, occasionally, and pits them in the chaingang,
Standing at his place in the Senate
and speaking publicly for the first
time in his own defense, Senator Tru Truman
man Truman H. Newberry of Michigan, de de-ciartd
ciartd de-ciartd that with G04 as his witness
he was not conscious of a single act
unlawful, dishonorable or corrupt in
his campaign against Henry Ford in
to hear a man call on God as a wit witness.
ness. witness. Some of the biggest lies in his history
tory history ha-. i been prefaced that way.
-more in the race for chivalry than
I they have lost by the ticks.
No Florida cow may aspire to pass
the gamut of regulation thus imposed,
and thus they will be forced to live to
feed ticks in order to save their own
Ladies, the qualifying adjectives
and adverbs which your prudence
suggested you use in this message are
wholly superfluous, as a Florida steer
cr.n not get by the other parts of
i snppph which vmi pmn mv. V p rpp
Ij. makes sensible people weary j h mi -h snm-tuin o iitti mor
formal than an inquest held over the
remains of each butchered animal, in
The new mayor and members of the
city council were sworn in Tuesday
night. Mr. E. H.Martin was elected
piesident of the council and Mr. C. E.
Simmons president pro tempore.
President Martin appointed the fol following
lowing following heads )f deparnients: Public
service, C. E. Simmons; public safety,
W. R. Pedrick; streets and sanitation,
which its antecedent life is to be in-, proved themselves capable of earning
-quired into, which rather broadens the
present duties of a coroner's jury;
while the subsequent formalities you
require necessitate severaijiost mor-
an honest living in. any-productive
Bear with me, my reader, and re re-mtmber
mtmber re-mtmber the facts here related. In
Mrs. Ollie Mordis, 228 Franklin
Ocala, says: "I had been suffer-
msr intense pains m mv kidnps.
Ihefe was hardly a dav passed hnt
what a dragging pain would settle
across my kidneys and my limbs
would also hurt me. My kidneys were
weak and there were other distress distress-if.g
if.g distress-if.g kidney disorders. The different
medicines I took -didn't help me and
when a friend told me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills, I did. After taking this
Medicine the ailments soon disappear
ed ana since then. I have tatem
Dean's at the first svmntom rf Mih 1 14
ti ouble and have been quickly benefit-
60c. at all dealers. Don't
, mpiy ask for a kidney remedy get
Dean's Kidney Pilts-the same that
Mrs. Morais had. FnsVr.
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4
Oklahoman Praises Black-Draugkt,
Having Used It "Can Safely
Say for 50 Years."
(d) Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal
Reserve Bank (other than, bank acceptances
sold) .. .... ..,.....-...... 7o30.00
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $614.07.
U. S. Government securities owned:
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds -par
(b) All other United States Government secu securities
rities securities .... ....................... 1 lg.8S4.00
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.:. ........
Banking house, $34,000.00;
Furniture and fixtures, $3,500.00 T .
.Real estate ownecUother than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
Cash in -vault and amount due from national
banks . ..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in same city or town as
reporting bank (other-than Item 12)
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 1,2 and 13. ....... 70,343.02
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
f rom U. S. Treasurer
tern examinations. Unintentionally, ;ny next I will tell you what has hap hap-you.have
you.have hap-you.have paid an undeserved, compli- j pened to our meat producers since
ment to the friendless Florida steer,
as the polishing and finishing costs
which you would bestow easily prove
that you consider him a veritable dia-
have as good a city government as
the citizens could possibly choose and
hopes the officials will have an useful
and prosperous term.
The West Palm Beach Post appro appropriately
priately appropriately remarks: "The Dail Eireann
has ratified the treaty creating the
Irish Free State,. Friends of Ireland
and England can only hope that the
experiment brings contentment to
both nation! Ireland has been, sub subjected
jected subjected to more than enough advice
from outsiders who know little of its
problems. In itsvown good time it
has reached a decision. It is time to
say simply 'Hail, brother, May you
live long and prosper,' leaving Ireland
to work out its own salvation assured
of friendship but spared the plague
of outside meddlers."
Principal W. H. Kindle of Fessen Fessen-den
den Fessen-den Academy is trying very hard to
kindle the enthusiasm necessary to
restore the recently burned buildings
at that institution, and is being effi efficiently
ciently efficiently aided by H. S. Barnwell, the
former principal, who is here from
Montgomery, Ala., for that purpose.
Fessenden Academy has done a good
work for the colored "boys and girls,
and has helped hundreds of them to
become useful men and women. It is
to the interest of the white people to
give it all the assistance possible.
We clip the two following para para-grahs
grahs para-grahs from the St. Petersburg
"Temperament and disposition get
blamed for a lot that is nothing less
than pure cussedness."
"It is usually the trouble ybu make
for yourself which causes most of
The Star congratulates ex-Mayor
Anderson on the manner in which he
has administered the duties of his office-He
has exercised his rather
limited powers with discretion, been
kindly-and courteous and done a great
deal of -unpaid work for the city.
Ocala will be in great good luck if
she always has as good a mayor as
Robert L. Anderson has been.
Unemployment has led to the drug drugging
ging drugging of children by their parents to
keep them from feeling hungry. This
fact is brought out vividly by Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth O. Toombs in an article in Good
Housekeeping. She tells of an inci incident
dent incident in Stratford, Conn., where a doz dozen
en dozen children fell asleep over their
books in school. This brought to light
TIT IT IT ( X r-Un.
y. iixy, uU.uLe, x,. mond in the rough; as to sell his re-
judiciary, E. H. Martin. The commit-1 maing at a profit aft(?r what yQu prQ
tee to look after public auto service j pgs?j would indicate that his entire
is composed of Messrs. Goldman, Mar, j substance must fce retuced tQ gome
tin and Henry. The Star believes wel ftn(I;mon. nr aA nM :"',
at a dollar per pint to be served with
hot tea and lemon on sandwiches, like
caviar, or pate de foie gras.
Enough of this jesting. The life
& the state does depend in a large
measure upon our meats, so we are
led to consider that subject, but not
in a locaf or partisan way.
The blessings and the personal mis misfortunes
fortunes misfortunes of the writer have been the
means of more information about this
matter than many of his readers pos possess.
sess. possess. Since 1912 he has passed over
the great continental divide eight
times, has been in nearly every state
in this Union, and has some knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the comfitions under which
our meats are produced from the At
lantic to the Pacific; the rich grass
lands of western Canada and the
beautiful pastures on the mesas of the
Sierra Madras, in Mexico, have come
under his view.
The winter of 1918-1919 was the
most prosperous season that our meat
producers had ever known. Internal,
and eternal, war in Mexico had then
stripped her of all stocks of cattle and
sheep, and four years of drouth in
West Texas had, it was estimated,
left to bleach on her prairies the bones
of 400,000 stock cattle, thus produc producing
ing producing a shortage in the normal sources
of supply, already reduced by the ex excessive
cessive excessive demands of Europe during the
war. Range sheep in the west had
come up from $4 per head in 1914 to
$17 in the winter of 1918-1919, and
the same, though in less proportion,
was true of cattle, sheep and hogs in
every state in this Union.
Tlie millions who produce these es essentials
sentials essentials of life were never so pros prosperous,
perous, prosperous, or so happy; but they were
not satisfied; men never are. They
were afraid that some one else made
a profit on their goods, and as they
sold to the packers it must be the
packers who made it.
I have talked with hundreds of
these people and was thus made ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the suspected tricks of
the packers, which were trifling, in indeed,
deed, indeed, compared with the tricks which
these men were free to admit they
practiced on one another. No one
abuse seemed to prevade the Chicago,
Kansas City, Denver andFort Worth
stockyards; one man preferred to sell
his stock in one place and perhaps his
neighbor preferred to sell in another,
for the local management, or the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for sale of stock,-, in one
yard seemd to offer inducements to
one shipper, while his neighbor pre preferred
ferred preferred those of another" yard. Not one
of such men told me of any substan substantial
tial substantial abuse prevading all of these
stockyards, all of which yards were
started and dominated by the pack packers,
ers, packers, to increase the wealt of our na nation
tion nation by encouraging productive en energy,
ergy, energy, to the end that theymight pros prosper
per prosper and grow.
Of the men I met, those who had
been longest in the business and were
the larger producers had no complaint
to make of the packers, but were free
to acknowledge the great service ren rendered
dered rendered by the packers in the upbuild upbuilding
ing upbuilding of that empire which 'lays west
of the Mississippi, where big things
are done in a bij way.
But the high price of meats pat up
Jan. 9, 1922.
began to look after
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
Ocala was honored in being hostess
to the state officers of the American
Legion, who were here Monday and
Tuesday. They are a fine-looking
party of intelligent, upstanding young
Americans, and tho' officers in the
legion a good many of them, during
the war, were buck privates or non non-coms.
coms. non-coms. Not much use in any country
going to war with a nation whose pri
vate soldiers outrank in intelligence
thetramed officers of the average Eu European
ropean European state.
- At the Tuesday afternoon session
of post commanders and adjutants of
the American Legion, Maj. Lowery
read a dispatch just received from
Hanford McNider, national command commander
er commander of the legion. The dispatch stated
that Commander McNider would be
present at the state meeting of the
legion at West Palm Beach in March.
This gives the boys another reason for
being present in force.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street. tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
(Evening Star, Jan. 11, 1902)
We commend heartily the spirit dis-.
! played by our board of trade in dis
tributing the patronage and trade that
it las to dispense.
Mr. and Mrs. James Holliday of
ilenssalaeji Ind., arrived last night
and will spend some time in Ocala as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Major Priest, the veteran of the
Eureka section, was in town today,
Albertus Vogt, the "Dukepf Dun Dun-nellon,"
nellon," Dun-nellon," came up today. He said that
5vc rything in the Phosphate City was
Mrs. -E. E. Cline left today for her
home in Auburndale. The other mem members
bers members of the family preceded her.
Dr. W. H. Powers expects to receive
an automobile from Jacksonville to today.
day. today. He will use it in his practice
around town and on our good roads.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Jan. 11, 1912)
Mr. Bert Frost and family, after a
visit here with Mrs. Frost's relatives,
have gone to their home in Savannah.
Mr. Jesse Lanier is wearing his arm
in splints, the effect of a kick by an
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew and children.
have returned from their visit to Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. Mr. John T. Lewis, of Oklawaha,
who wTas in town yesterday, authorizes
the Star to state that he will be a
candidate for the nomination for
county judge at the ensuing primaries.
Miss Lillian White, out on roller
skates this morning, had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to fall, breaking her left arm.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard is in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, representing the carpenters
of the city at the state federation of
The Okahumjkee, Captain Lancing,
arrived at the Springs today. The
William Howard, Captain Gibson, has
been repaired and will be on the run
in a few days.
. Mts. Sidney Haile at her pretty
home on Oklawaha avenue, yesterday
afternoon, entertained a number of
young ladies at cards in honor of her
guest and cousin, Miss Katie Budd
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Guaranteed vulcanizing at
Fire & Vulcanizing Company.
"The Mucker" and several other
books by the same author at THIS
BOOK SHOP. 7-3t
, Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 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, 25c. 7-5t
New music at THE GIFT SHOP. 3t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Occupational and professional li licenses
censes licenses must be paid at once. Some
people are. doing business in Marion
county without license. This is in vio violation
lation violation of law, and it is my duty as tax
collector to see that all licenses "are
paid. The law requires that licenses
be taken outon October 1st of each
year, and if you fail to do this it is my
duty, to collect DOUBLE THE
AMOLTNT as a nenalty. Therefore,
take notice of this final appeal.
l-5-4t-Thurs W. W. Stripling,
Tax Collector, Marion County, Fla.
Grandfleld, Okla. One of the best!
known farmers of Tilman County, Mr. ;
G. W. Tiscjale, who owns and manages
a wagon yard here, says:
"I have used Thedford's Black- 24.
Draught I believe I can safely say for j $5
fifty years. j
"I was born and reared In Texas,
Freestone County, sixty-four years ago.
I have been married forty-four years.
My father used Black-Draught before I
was married, and gave It to us .
"For forty-four years of my married
life it. has had a place on our medi medicine
cine medicine shelf, and Is the only laxative, or
liver medicine, we use. We use it
for torpid liver, sour stomach, head
ache, indigestion , I don't think we
could pet along without it. knowing
TXiCIV IV lido v. v 1 -- iv. ua, uuu iuvmv
it. has saved. It is just as good and re reliable
liable reliable today as It was when we began
its use. My boys use it and they are
satisfied It's the best liver medietn
they hao ever llsed."
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
vegetable, not disagreeable to take
and acts in a prompt-and natural way.
So many thousands of persons have
) cen benefited by the e of Thedford's
riack-Draught, you should have no
hsitnncv In trying this valuable old
wrii established remedy, for most liver
I stomach disorders. NC139b.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
iu Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
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 yon
the Jine. Theus Bros., The Furniture
Capital stock paid in g
Surplus fund ............ 1... ..i......
Undivided profits ................ .$7,139.12
(a) Reserved for interest and taxes
accrued .. .. 1,00.00. 8,63fi2
Circulating notes outstanding . . .......
Amount due to state banks, bankers, and 1 ust.
companies in the United State's and foreign
countries (other than included in item 21 fc
or 22) ..
Certified checks outstanding .?
Cashjgr's checks on own bank outstanding
Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. . . . 48,661.13
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within lib
Individual deposits subject Tb check........',.
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
.(other than for money borrowed) ... T.
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bark.
Dividends unpaid. .
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to reserve, items 26, 27,
28, 29, 30 and 31 . ................. 668,531:24
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after
30 days, or subject to 30 days or more notice,
and postal savings:)
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed) . .. .... j ...............
State, county or other .municipal deposits ecur ecur-ed
ed ecur-ed by pledge of assets of this bank ........
Other time deposits . ..............
Postal savings deposits ...... .
Total of time deposits subject t reserve,
Items 32, 33, 34 and 35 ............... S54',022.1 1
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve
Bank (including all obligations represent representing
ing representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank....,
Shis is a Studebaker year,
A11 the latest music at THE GIFT
STATE OF FLORIDA, .. -
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, DeWitt Griffin, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
. DEWITT GRIFFIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before . T. T. M.UNROE, ;
me this 9th day of January, 1922. L M.. THOMAS.
(Seal) Margaret M. Jackson, LOUIS R. CRAZAL,
, Notary Public. Directors.,
j 1 'Good to the LasiDropT
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George's Pure Boneless
Codfish in pound boxes
Salt Spanish Mackerel
Large Holland Herring
' Canned Fish and Meat
Little Neck Clams
Lobsters, Clam Chowder
ew Zealand Rabbit
Sliced Pickled Lamb Tongue
.Finnan Haddie, ready to fry
Russian Sardines in Kegs
0. K. Teapot Grocery
Geo. Hay Co.
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Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
To Stop a
Rub the chest, throat and
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Spread i' d?p do-vn in the throat and
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FsMJsbed ttaoaffc special MiUftMU wtt TIM Wbeeter eradicate.
Along the road of Newton Heights
spring and her firstling crept out ten tenderly.
derly. tenderly. Even close op to the rim of
the tiled highway itself, an occasional
colony of wood violets dared to show
their, heads for th brief moment be before
fore before they suffocated. '"The threat of
rain still lay on the air, but the Sun Sunday
day Sunday rank and file of motors threw back
tops, lowered windshields and turned
shining noses toward the greening
In the red-leather touneau, with her
little face wind-blown and bared to the
kiss of the air, Sadie Barnet turned to
her companion and peered under the
visor of his checked cap and up into
his small Inset eyes.
"Is is that the house up on tlve bill
"Not yet. It's right around the next
"Gee! My my hands are like ice,
I I'm that nervous."
'That's a swell way to treat a fel fellow
low fellow who's promised to marry you."
, "You you must excuse me today,
Jerry. Honest, with a wink of sleep
I I'm so upset with poor Dee Dee.
and on top of that so nervous about
your little girl and the house and ev everything.
erything. everything. And, Dee Dee when I think
of Dee Dee."
"Don't think, Peachy; that's the way
to get around that."
"I I cant help it. You ought to
seen her at the doctor's this morning,
how how the poor thing lost her nerve
when he told her that there there
wasn't no hope."
"Aw, now, cut the sol) stuff. Peachy
You can't help it. Poor old devil.
Maybe she's Just getting what's due to
"Sure, I Believe every one of us gets
what's coming to us."
"Here we are, Tootsie. See, Peachy,
that's the house I bought her and her
mother, and they as kicking at it be before
fore before the plaster was dry."
"Oh Oh I"
"That's a concrete front. Neat, ain't
it? That's a mosaic-floor porch, too, I
built on a year after her and her
"It's a beau-tiful house, Jerry."
. "You're the kind of kid thaf knowB
how to appreciate a home when she
get's it. But her with her she-devil of
a mother, they no sooner got in than
they began to side with each other
against me her and her old mother
trying to learn me how to run my own
"Say, but ain't' it pretty, Jerry, right
up over the river, and country all
around, and right over there in back
the street cars for the city when you
"This is going to be your street car,
Peachy, a six-cylinder one."
She colored like a wild rose.
"Oh, Jerry, I I keep forgetting."
"By Gad It's a good thing I'm going
to give up my city -rooms and come
out here to watch my p's and q's. Gosh
darn her neck I told her to quit clut cluttering
tering cluttering up that side yard turf with her
gosh darn little flower-beds! Gosh
darn her neck There never was" a
servant worth her hide."
"Jerry, why, they're beautiful They
just look beautiful, those pansies, and
Is that the little girl sitting up there on
the porch steps? Is is that Maisie?"
They drew to a stop before the box;
8haped,ornate house. On the topmost
step of the square veranda the inert
figure of a small girl.
"Aw, ain't she cute?"
Miss Barnet sprang lightly to the
sidewalk, and beside her Mr Jerome
Beck flecked the dust of travel from
the bay of his waistcoat, shaking his
trousers' knees into place.
"Jerry, call her here, the little girl.
You tell her who who I am. Tell her
gently, Jerry, and and how good I'm
going to be to her and aw, ain't I the
silly, though, to feel so trembly?"
The child on the steps regarded their
approach with unsmiling' eyes, nor did
she move except to draw aside her dark
stuff skirts and close her knees until
"Hello there! Moping again, eh?
Get up! Didn't I tell you not to let
me catch you out playing or help helping
ing helping Cloonan around? Say howdy to
this lady. She's coming out here to
live. Come here and say howdy to
. The child shrank to the newel-post,
her little face overtaken with an agony
"Cat got your tongue? Say howdy.
Quit breathing through your mouth
like a Ish. Say howdy, that's a good
"Don't force her, Jerry. She's bash bashful.
ful. bashful. Alnt you, dearie? Ain't you,
"Moping, you mean. H It was her
month In the dirty Harlem flat she'd
be spry enough. She knows what I
mean when I say that, and she knows
she better cut out this pouting. Quit
breathing through your mouth or 111
stick a cork in it."
"Aw, Jerry, she can't help that
, "Cat gqt your tongue? Where's
"Aw, Jerry you you scared her!
Come here, darling; come here to me,
Maisie; come, dearie."
But the child slid past the extended
arms, down the wooden steps, and
around a corner of the house, her arm
held up across her eyes.
"Aw, Jerry, honest, you can be awful
"I'll get that out of her or know the
reason tfhy. "They've ""poisoned Der
against me, that's about how it la. in a
nutshell. Til get that pouting to be in
that dirty Harlem hole, with, her moth mother
er mother and grandmother out of her or know
he reason wfry.?
"Look, this is the front hall. Guess
this ain't got that sty in Twenty-third
street beat some. Look I How do you
like .It? This way to the parlor and
dining room." .:'
Sadie Barnet smiled through the
shadows in her eyes.
"Jerry! Say, ain't this bean-tiful!
A upright piano and eoid chairs and
Why, Jerry! why, Jerry!"
"And look in here, the dining room.
Her and her mother shopped three
weeks to get this oak set, and see this
fancy cabinet full of china. Slick,
Her fingers curled in a soft clutch
around her throat as if her breath
came too fast.
"Jerry it it's just grand."
' He marshaled her in ill the pride of
"Look, butler's pantry, exposed
"Oh I Oh !"
"Here, Cloonan. I told you I was
going to bring somebody out to take
hold and sit on you and your bills,
didn't I? This ladjs coming out here
tomorrow, bag syid baggage. Hand
over your account book to her and-1
bet she does better with it. See that
you fix ns up in honeymoon style,
too. Bag and baggage we're coming.
The figure besirb the ill-kept stove,
bowl in lap and paring potatoes with
the long fleshless hands of a bird,
raised a still more fleshless face.
"Cloonan's been running this she shebang
bang shebang for two years now. Peachy, an
there ain't nothing much she o.m't
learn you about my ways. .They fcin't
hard. Look! Porcelain-lined sink. It's
got Twenty-third street beat some,
ain't if?" y-
"Fix us a beefsteak supper, Cloonan,
- u-oi cri, thom groceries 1
sent .out and lemme see your books
afterward. Come, Peachy, here, up
these stairs. This is the second floor.
Pretty neat, ain't it? Her and her
mother shopped" three more weeks on
this oak bed-set. Some little move out
here from Twenty-third street for a
little' rooming-house queen like you,
eh? Neat little bedroom, eh,. Peachy?
His face was close to her and claret
red with an expression she did not
dare to face.
"And what's this next room here
Jerry? Ain't it sweet and quiet-looking!
Spare room? Ain't It pretty with
them little white muslin curtains?
Quit, quit, Jerry! You mustn't you
She broke "from his embrace, con confusion
fusion confusion muddling her movements.
"Is this the the spare room?"
"It is, now. It used to be the old
woman's tlH I laid down on the mother-in-law
game and squealed. Yeh, I used
to have a little mother-in-law in our
house that was some mother-in-law.
Believe me, she makes that old devil of
yourn look like a prize angel."''
"I Thisll be just the room for
Dee Dee,. Jerry, v. h -re she can feei the
morning sun and hear the street cars
over there when she gets lonesome.
She ought to have the sunniest room,
because it's something she can .feel
without seeing poor thing. This will
be a swell room for poor old blind
Dee Dee, won't It, Jerry? 'Won't it,
"Cut the comedy, Peachy. There's
a neat free ward waiting for her just
the other direction from the city than
Newton Heights. Cut the comedy,
"Jerry, I I gotta have her with me.
I Now that she she's In the dark.
She couldn't srand an institution,
Jerry, slit she just couldn't."
"That's what they all say, but they
get over it. I know a
"She couldn't, Jerry. She ain't had
much in her life, but she's always had
a rouf over her head that wasn't char charity,
ity, charity, and she always, said, Jerry, that
j-he coukln't never stand a a institu institution.
tion. institution. She can take any other room you
say, Jerry. Jerry, she just couldn't
stand an institution!"
"You lemme take care of that. She
don't need to know nothing about it.
We'll tell her we're sending her for a
visit to thv country for a while. After
ih" second day she'll be as snug as a
bug in a rug. They're good to 'em In
those places; good as gold."
"No, no. Jerry! No, no!, I. gotta
have her with me! She raised me from
a kid and ami she couldn't stand It,
Jerry! I gotta have her, I gotta! I
His mouth sagged down suddenly
ard on an oblique.
"Say, somebody must have given you
a few lessons in nagging, yourself.
Them's the lines she used to recite to
in about her she-devil of a mother,
too. Gad she used to hang on her
mother's apron-strings like she was
"Come, Peachy, don't get me sore.
Come, let's talk, about tomorrow. We
gotta get the license first and
"Jerry, I Just a little yes is all I
want Jerry dear Just a little yes."
A frown gathered in a triple furrow
on his brow.
"Now, kiddo, you got to cut! that
with me, and cut It quick. If there's
two things I can't stand It's nagging
and pouting. Cloonan can tell you
what pouting can drive me to. Ill beat
H out of that girl of mine before she's
through with me, and I won't stand it
from no one else. Nqw cut it. Peachy,
that's a nice girL"
She stood palpitating beside the win window,
dow, window, her eys flashing to his face and
"God! I IwnnagowV.
Her glance flashed past him out of
my-"window ano across the patch or
rear lawn. A street car bobbed across
the country; she followed it with eager
"I wanna go."
He advanced, conciliatory. "Aw.
now. Peachy, a row just the day before
weire married! You don't want to
start out making me train yoa Just
like yoa was a little kid. If you was.
a little girl I conld beat your little
ways out f you, but I wanna be on
the level with you and show yon how
nice I can be. All the things I'm going
to give you, all
"Quit, yoa! I wanna go! I' wanna
"You can go to li L for my part.
I'm going to get a steak inside of me
before we budge. Quit your fooling.
See, you nearly got me sore there.
Come, the 'car won't be back for us
until six. Come, Peachy, come."
She was past him and panting down
the stairs, out across the patch of rear
lawn, and toward the bobbing street
car, the streamer of ribbon at her
throat flying backward over her shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder. In the bargain basement of the Ti Ti-Janfb
Janfb Ti-Janfb store the first day of the spring
opening dragged to its close.
In careless similitude the bargain
basement of the Titanic store resusci resuscitated
tated resuscitated from its storerooms and from
spring openings long gone by, dusty
garlands of cotton May blossoms, fes festooning
tooning festooning them between the great white
supporting pillars of the basement and
Over the white goods counter and
over Sunday as it were a papier-moche
pergola of green latticework and more
cotton-back May blossoms had sprung
up as if the great god Wotan had built
it with a word. Sadie Burnet's own
mid-aisle bin had blossomed into a
sacrificial sale of lawn remnants, and
toward the close of the day her stock
lay low, depleted.
Max Meltzer leaned out of his bower,
and how muted his voice was if jt came
from an inner throat that only spok-
when the heart bade it.
"Little one, them remnants went like
hot cakes today, didn't they?"
"Hot cakes! Well, I guess. You'd
have thought there was a mill-end sale
on postage stamps."
"And if jot, inn't look all tired "out!
If you just don't '"
The ready tears swam in her voice.
"It's it's been awful me away from
her all day like this. But. anyways,
I got news for her when I go home
tonight about her five weeks' benefit
money. Old Criggs was grand."
"They say the girls up in the ribbons
been crying all day. She was no love lovebird,
bird, lovebird, but they say she wasn't bad un underneath."
derneath." underneath." "God knows she wasn't. I got sore
at her sometimes, but I I know she
was always there when I I needed
"Now. now, little girl, dont cry!
You're all worn out."
"She she was always there to stand
by me in in a pinch."
"Honest, Miss Sadie, you look just
like a pretty little ghost. What you
need is some spring air, girlie, some
spring air for a tonic. 1 Wouldn't I just
love to take you all by your little self
down the river tonight on one of them
new Coney boats, where we could be
right quiet. Say, wouldn't I?"
"No no !"
"I wanna talk to you. Miss Sadie.
Can't you guess.?. I wanna yokll
"Now, Now, Little Girl, Don't Cryl
You're All Worn Out,w
oy yourserr apd taiK to you ngnt in
your little earj"
" Shh h-Ja You mustn't talk like
"That's the only way I have of try trying
ing trying to tell you how tyow I. feel. Miss
Sadie dearie." :
When I call you that if means well,
you know, dearie, you know. That's
why I wanna take you tonight, dearie,
all by your little self and
"No. no, Mr. Meltzer! I can't leave
her alone like that. I promised I would
never leave her alone in the dark if
if I could help it."
"Ain't I the dub? Sure you can't
leave her. We gotta slick by her now,
dearie, ain't we? Ain't we?"
A red seepage of hUod surged across
his face and under hi ; hai. "We gotta
stick, by her. dearie."
Alj her senses swam, nor cou!L. she
control the fluttering of her hands.
"L--.Mr. Meltzer -Max !"
"VI:at you .md t'o..r old Ie Dee
nec s m of this f
wouldn't I love to f-':(
:ing air. ioe!
y; u :ild tr r
down iie river ton;.. in ot. ,n of them
now Coney o-ts? i
you Mid Mfd. her,
u-outd I? Just.
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This is a Studebaker year.
OCAtA tXZStSG ST A&, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11. i9&
Trf 1 l ;-
The A Club held its regular weekly
meeting: last night with Mrs. W. M.
Palmer as hostess.
- If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Our repair work is guaranteed sat
isfactory, Sam T. Wilson, jeweler. 5-tf
Mrs. Harrison Black will sing at
the meeting of the Parent-Teachers'
Association tomorrow afternoon.
Complete line of watches for every everybody
body everybody at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
Harrington Hall block. 5-tf
Mrs. Dudley Spain, after a pleasant
visit in Ocala with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Whaley, has returned
to her home in Columbus, Ga.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar
. This is a Studebaker year.
All that is good and safe in. Chiro Chiropractic
practic Chiropractic and electro magnetic treat treatment.
ment. treatment. See Dr. Kiplinger, at the Ocala
Miss Nettie Camp was hostess yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
to the Round Dozen Club.
We are making plenty of Pullman
bread every day now. Federal Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, f r. 3-6t
Mrs. W. H. Chambers, who has re recently
cently recently returned from a pleasant trip
to Jacksonville, where she visited her
mother, is anticipating a two months'
visit to West Palm Beach. Little Miss
Jane Chambers if still in Jacksonville
with" her grandmother. m
Miss Alice Bullock, who left several
.months ago for a visit in New York,
i has a position with an advertising
'house and expects to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter there. Miss
Myra Birdsey, who accompanied her,
has returned to her home in Macon.
JVfJN. J. H. Spencer returned yester yesterday
day yesterday 'afternoon from Port Tampa,
where she spent the week-end with
her "sister, Mrs. S. E. Porter. She
wenj especially to make the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of her new nephew who was
bori on New Year's day.
Miss Gertrude Gernant, Miss Jean
Glover, Miss Pearl Fausett and Mr.
Edwin Gernant left early this morn morning
ing morning in cars for Miami. Miss Glover
and Miss Gernant will join their
friend, Miss.Unger, who has taken an
apartment and will remain for the
winter season. Miss Fausett will
spend several weeks in Miami, the
guest of friends.
Mrs; i Leon Mason entertained the
Tuesday, evening auction club last
night at' the. home of Mrs. Thomas
Sexton. There were only two tables
of players, the first prize being won
by Mrs.- Harry Walters and the booby
by Miss Ruth Simmons.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
'.Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F, & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S-,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodze 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, C. 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 alwavs extended to
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. CL E
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over.Troxler's and the Boon
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. na.
W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K- of P. hall at 7:30 p. m.." every sec
ond Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesidea, C. a
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
Marion CJinty lost Sck 27, of the
American Leariwnr determined at its
wntinir nn WwlrsWdav. Jan 4 1922- to
inclad on the tablet to be erected in i
the column at the commencement or the
Victory Way, the names of all those
Man cm cour.iy rnn no were :n tne ;
service of. the United State in the
worl I war prior t November 11. 1S1&.
and who have died or may die up until I
the time of the completion or the pub- j
lication of this notice.
Jt was turiner aeierrmneu oj i" i
cost at meetins? that he list of j
names v. ;tieh the pot now has be pub published
lished published fur elss'hi consecutive weeks in
both battens psblsshed in Ocala, and
that the general public be requested ti
assi-t the legion in its efforts to make
the list f.omlete; and to have, tne I
names of all or the men who were in
the servk-e prior t November 11. 1918,
3D0 W .rl U UiYi tlitM Blllizv VJ
The followms is the list or nanws
now in the hand of the committee:
WILE V- H. KUUFORI).
JOHN W. CLAYTON.
THOMAS S. CLAYTON.
FRKI If. DAVIS.
JAMES K. LEITNER.
G1LEERT J. PROCTOR.
GEORGE L. -MacKAY.
FRANK C. SMEDLEYr
PRESTON H. WEATHER BEE.
ARTHUR E. THOMPSON.
JAMES C. FiEYNOLDS.
VIFiOIL J. RANDALL.
The post'U satisfied that there are
many other names which should be
represented in this list and requests
every person in Marion county to fur furnish
nish furnish th post adjutant, R. L. Van Osten.
Ocala, Florida, with sufficient informa information
tion information to enable him, or members of the
committee on memorial tablets, to de determine
termine determine whether the man whose name
is pent in is eliibie to be included
anions; those placed on the tablet. The
list will ta finally closed in ten weksr
on the 18th day of Mach. 1922. and the
tablets will be ordered made up in ac
eordance with the information then in
the hand of the committee on mem mem-irial
irial mem-irial tablets.
The nost will do everything in it
power to make complete the list ef
names which will be engraved on the
tablets nrior to that time, but It is nec
essary to snk the assistance of every
person in the county, in order that we
may be ure that no man who is elig
ible to bf represented on tn tablet has
Please end any information that
you may have regarding:
2. Home address.
3. Information concerning service in
the Unite,! States army prior to Nov
4. Place of burial.
5. Approximate date of death.
To Mr. R. L. VAN OSTEN. Adjutant,
Marion unty Past, of the American
i.e?ion. Ocala. Florida.
If you have not all of the Informa Information
tion Information mentioned, send what you have,
and -ive the post the assistance that
it requires In making complete the me
Committee on Memorial Tablets, Mar Marion
ion Marion County Post No. 27, American
Legion. T. M. KILGORE.
FOR RENT A furnished five-room
apartment a Stanton, Fla., at $30
a month. Address Mrs. Frank
Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 5-6t
FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con
dition. Also good incubator.- One
White Wyandotte cock bird, thor
oughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St., Ocala, Fla. 15-lm
FOR RENT Comfortable rooms for
light housekeeping, hot and cold
water and bath: well ventilated
Also four-room apartment and 3
room connected apartment. Call at
Dormitory or phone 305. 2-12t
WOOD All lengths oak or pine; for
cookstove, heater or fireplace. ,1
give you quick service. Phone 322
Also pair of mules, new wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N
Magnolia St., Ocala., 3-lm
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
also sleeping rooms and light house
keeping rooms. Burnett's flat, cor
ner 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 j red frame; front tire Fisk,
back tire chain tread; yellow saddle
with one mudguard on back. Finder
please notify Mrs. Ola Potter. 7-3t
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
LOST Tuesday night, silver card
case containing cards of "Mrs.
Weller Larue Carmichael," and a
$1 bill. Finder please return to
Mrs. Weller Carmichael, phone
HAULING We are equipped with
two good trucks and do hauling of
all kinds at reasonable prices. Our
motto: "Prompt and efficient serv service."
ice." service." Cordrey Bros'. Transfer Lane.
Phone 434. 1-11-tf
WANTED Man for farm work. M.
MCKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
Uj ...-:- r,:z.zc ISF" -JEE' ( CH,1 Tl OOUT VJUY UOX4 OF X E" ..
CARD OF THANKS?
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to our friends
- , ..
and neighbors who so willingly gave
their services and sympathy during
tne sickness and death of our dear
wj j mother W a1r wish tn v
wue ana we also wish to ex-
press our thanks for the beautiful
F. Z. Wellhoner and Family.
STUYVESANrS WOODEN WALL
Against English Colonists
Gave Name to the Famous Street
If there had not leen war between
Holland and 'England there is no tell telling
ing telling what would have been the name
ut' Wall street. Tlie financial center
of America might have borne any
i ther name and liaveLeen just as pow
erful as it is.
The wall that gave to it its name, i it
:n exchange recalls, was put up by g
I'eter Stuyvesant. The old ifg-le2ed t
autocrat had his own intelligence ae rv- tt
ice and he became convinced that the if!
New England and Connecticut colonies j g
were going to attack him.. His tmvn j
inh of the fort wns unprotected, and i
ho threw up a wooden wall from the
Mast to (he North river.; It was built
of loirs that were used as palisades
with the upper end spiked.
.Sluyvesaiit's information was cor
rect, because Connecticut was very
anxious to go to war and had become
atWied Indian outrages were being
'I'stijrated by the Dutch. There
was a meeting at Fairfield, near
Bridgeport, where men were pledged
for the attack on the Dutch. Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts held off, and the next year
Holland and England made peace.
But the old wooden wall stood for a
half century and cramped the growth
of tlie town. There was a ditch along alongside
side alongside it, and at nlprht the gate was
closed and bolted and guarded.
CRVIET0 WINE SUITED HIM
Story of the German Bishop
plains the "Est Est, Est" on
' the Bottles.
There is a story told of a Ger German
man German bishop In the Middle Ayes who
traveled through Italy, stopping at
every inn to which he came in order
to sample the wine of the country.
Whenever he found an exceptionally
good wine he gave his servant a piece
of chalk from his pocket, and tlie
servant wrote the Latin word "Est
on the door of the inn. meaning "It
Finally the bishop came to Orvieto,
a.nd was served with a bottle of
Orvieto wine. When he had finished
4t lie asked for another; and when he
had finished the second he called for
a third; and when he had finished the
third he took a piece of chalk from his
pocket and went in person to the door
of the inn and wrote on At the words
'"Est! Est! Est!" which meant that
the wine. of Orvieto was three times as
good as any other wine that he had
ever tasted. And from that day until
the day of his death he remained in
Orvieto and drank nothing but Orvieto
wine ; and his tombstone ma,y be seen
in Orvieto to this day, stating that
he died of too much Orvieto.
As for the wine of Orvieto, the
bottles in which it is sold always
hear the words "Est! Est! Est!" to i
commemorate the ex-ellent taste of
the German bishop.
Sparows to the Rescue. j:
News of a remarkable case of bird z
intelligence conies from Mauchesier, z
London Tit-Bits states. :
Several people at the Assizes noticed ;
the peculiar behavior of a sparrow j:
which was leaping frdiu one of the j :
chimneys and then falling to the j
roof as though injured, but nobody1 p- jl
peared to suspect that the bird was u j:
prisoner. j 5
On 'opening the court the next day j;
tlSrts.attentiou of the officials was at- j
tracted by the excited chirping of a ;jj
number of other sparrows, and it was :
seen that the original sorrow was ';
still fluttering feebly on the roof.
In n few minutes the watchers
realized that the newcomers were feed- :
iug the exhausted bird and several ;
crumbs of bread and biscuits fell to :
the ground. ;
Ladders were obtained and an at- ;
tendant climbed to the roof and found ;
that the legs of the sparrow were ;
held fast by a piece of thread, the
other end of which was entagled in
the brickwork. It was quickly re- :
leased and after being given crumbs j
and water was set free to join its ;
fellows. I :
L. Prine, Route B, Box 67, Ocala,
UP-TO-DATE Bathroom accessories.
The brush and shower requisites. A
small outlay fills the bill. Phone
197. R. C. Loveridge, Agent for
Allen Manufacturing Co. ll-6t
Union Station Cafe
Best Dinner In ttsrida for a
0 Y S T ERS
MEETING OF PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
The regular monthly meeting of the
Parent-Teachers' Association will be
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,
atfer which a social meeting will be
held. The members and friends of
the, association are urged to attend
this meeting. M. Meffert,
"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
"The Sheik," and several other new
books at THE BOOK SHOP. 7-3t
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf
You can get the famous Day Dream
jCold Cream only at the Court Pharra-
acy. Phone 284.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
I ARE YOU PARTICULAR S
S JIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllilliH jj
EEE tfROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT GOOD PRINTING'S GOOD INV STMENT
send out a
CALL PHONE NUMBER FIVE-ONE AND LET US TALK IT OVER
STAR PUBLISHING" CO.
By Charles Sughroe
. Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors. Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Offi-e Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
U j Arrival and departure of passenger
5 j 'ains at OtALA UNION STATION,
8 ; i ne following schedule figures pub
S j : s-hed as information and not guar
H I nteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
EA BOARD AI!t LINE RAILROAD
:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 rjn
1 :55 pm
Jacksonville 1:50 pm i
Jacksonville 3:50 pm
1 :15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 in
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15am Tampa r 2:15 um
50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg' 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jackson viileNYork 2:33 :jn
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
o :42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2 23 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
i :24 pm St Petsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pm
7 : 10 am Dunnellon -Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon Lkeland 11:03 pm
? :30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
t0:15pm Leesburg 6:42 am
i:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
The war tax on eye-
.cfa&mSt- glasses was removed Jan.
1st, 1922, being
.see x "J
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf
Just received, Bolgiano Florida
Special tomato seed at Bitting & Phil
ips' Drugstore. l-6t
Get our prices before buying bean,
cucumber, tomato, watermelon and
other seeds. Bitting & Phillips. ll-6t
ARE YOU HARD
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
MERCHANTS BLOCK Phone 163
Sugar Cane Syrup,
pint bottles ....
Tall Pink Salmon
; three packages .'.
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
. three cakes.
P. & G. SOAP,
per cap .,
- four cans. ..... .
A general stock of GROCERIES and F EED.
licit your patronage
4 SERVICE T
3 PROMPT SERVICE
PHONE 2 4 3
FOU LVf.RVTHIKG GOOD TO EAT
Cook's Market and Grocery
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
oinate and stately. And everyone
bears the hall mark of good taste and
i skillful workmanship. Our book of
! designs will be shown to any who plan
! a stone for their plot.
I Ocala Marble Works
and poulary. Main
Phone 108. 4-tf
Miss Ruth Isaacs of Tampa Is the
guest of Mrs. Joseph Malever.
Cakes, cookies and roll3 fresh every
day at the Federal Bakery. 3-Ct
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED UULLS,
PURINA COW CHOW.
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.
FREE DELIVERY C
TN the hean of the city, with
He timing I'.irk for a front
yarrl. Kvery rwKlern conven convenience
ience convenience in tach room. Dining
room service is second to none.
KOBKRT M MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
.Vol for Ear, Eye and Throat
Demonstrations free for.
this week. We call special
attention to a new collar collar-must
must collar-must be seen to be appreci appreciatedsaves
atedsaves appreciatedsaves 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 fastidious
ious fastidious men, and remember other essen essentials
tials essentials for men not neglected.
Very cordially yours,
L C. JORDAN & BR0.
Per J. R. JORDAN
Ocala House Block
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