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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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PRESS
DISPATCHES
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PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Saturday, no change in temperature; heavy frost in north and central portions and light frost in sooth portion tonight. Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7:09; Seta, 5: 09; TEMPERATURES 'This morning, 29; this afternoon, 54.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922
NUMBER 11

OCALA

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BOARD OF TRADE
OID MUCK WORK

Report of the. Year's Achievements
Submitted to the Meeting
Last Night
At the annual meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade held last
night -officers for the new year were
elected, a report of the work of the
organization during the past year was
submitted, the proposed amendments
to the constitution and by-laws were
adopted and there was a discussion of
a program of work for the future. The
president was. directed to appoint a
committee to' determine at once
whether it would be possible for the
county to employ a highway engineer
with a view to doing away with the
present inefficient system of road
building. It was pointed out that un under
der under the existing, laws the board of
county commissioners ca'nnofe pay an
engineer a sufficient salary. The com- j
iriittee to be appointed by the. Board of
Trade is to findout whether the citi citizens
zens citizens will subscribe a sufficient fund
for the employment cf an engineer
pending a change in the existing laws
at the next session of the state legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. The officers for the new year elected
last'night were C. G. Rose, president;
Robert MacKay vice president; H.
D. StoJces, treasurer. The members of
the board of governors elected were
J. M. Thomas, John H. Taylor, John
L. Edwards, A. C. Blowers, J. J. Gerig,
Carl Ray, Ocala; E. C. Beuchler, An Anthony;
thony; Anthony; B. J. Benson, Dunnellon; R. L.
Lytle, Stanton; Nathan Mayo, Sum Sum-merfield;
merfield; Sum-merfield; W. M. Gist, Mcintosh. Mr.
Robert MacKay as vice president is
ex-officio chairman .of the board of
governors. One of the amendments
adopted last night provides that on
March 1st. the name of the organiza organization
tion organization shall be the Marion County
Chamber of Commerce.
The report of the secretary on thej
work of the organization during the
past year showed many accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments and the financial statement
showed the organization to have a
.substantial balance in bank.
The accomplishments of the organi organization
zation organization during the year are briefly as
follows:
A membership drive in February
resulted in the securing of 242 mem members
bers members with a membership totaling 815.
In addition to 4his, 29 members were
signed up during the year, making
the total number 278, and the total
amount subscribed $8090. During the
year the number of members lost
thru death, removal from the county,
change of business and resignation
was 26 leaving a total of 252.
The Board of Trade published what
has been conceded to be one of the
best, if not the best, illustrated book booklets
lets booklets that has been gotten out by any
city or county in Florida. An edition
of 13,500 copies was .. printed. Over
1700 copies of the new booklet have
been distributed to date to the prin principal
cipal principal ticket offices and information bu bureaus
reaus bureaus of the railroads and steamship
lines entering Florida, to the informa information
tion information bureaus of commercial organiza organizations
tions organizations in the state, in accordance with
a policy of reciprocal handling of lit literature,
erature, literature, and to other organizations
and informatioji bureaus. Since the
last annual meeting six thousand
copies of last year's booklet have
bee ndistributed. Many hundreds of
copies of the new and old booklet have
been distributed in the office of the
organization.
A card jndex of all inquiries con-
. cerning the city and county has been
maintained and these inquiries have
been followed up.
Three issues of the Marion County
Floridian were published in April,
July and November, and were mailed
to those to whom the booklets were
sent as a follow-up, and hundreds of
copies have been given out in the of office.
fice. office.
The Board of Trade prepared and
had published more than 239 news
- articles totaling more than 1800 col column
umn column inches and this last figure should
be multiplied several times as most of
the articles were published in five
newspapers. Moreover, many of the
news, stories gathered were handled
by the Associated Press either by tele telegraph
graph telegraph or mail. Many favorable edi editorials
torials editorials in the press of the state have
resulted from these articles. Many
of the articles have been reprinted in
part or as a whole in the Farm and
Livestock Record, the Farmer and
Stockman, the Florida Grower, and
the Manufacturers Record, magazines
of large circulations in this and other
states.
Photographs and information were
-furnished for the tourist bulletins of
the Atlantic Coast Line and the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air Line railroads; for pubtica-
. tion in. the "Florida Guide of 1921-22;
for publication in the tourist bulletins
issued by the state department of ag agriculture;
riculture; agriculture; for Queen's Gardens and
Forward, magazines of large national

circulations published by the Presby- ;
terial board of publication of Phila-
delphia, and for use in the Pacemaker,

published by the Olds Motor Co., hav
ing a circulation of 280,000 copies. i
Tfce report of the secretary says ;
with regard to advertising:
"Although the program of work
provide for it and provision was made
in the budget for it, no national ad advertising
vertising advertising has been done during the
year. The Board of Trade adhered to
its policy of not asking members for
additional funds and the. board of gov governors,
ernors, governors, taking the position that money
should not be spent until collected, de decided
cided decided that the advertising program
could not be carried out, for the rea reason
son reason that the loss of members and de delinquencies
linquencies delinquencies cut down the budget. A
quarter page advertisement in the
state fair edition of the Farm and
Livestock Record was the only paid
advertising done during the year. If
the delinquent members pay their
dues before March 1st, a sum will be
available out of the 1921-22 budget
for advertising. There were a num number
ber number of contingencies that arose during
the" year which made it impossible to"
transfer funds to the advertising
fund. Your secretary thinks that at attention
tention attention should be directed to the dif difference
ference difference between the amount of free
publicity secured and the amount of
paid publicity. Compare, for ex example,
ample, example, the other cities and counties in
this state. Ocala and Marion county
should be doing more paid advertising
and your secretary is of the opinion
that advertising funds should be rais raised
ed raised by city and county taxation as is
the case in most of the cities and
counties of South Florida.' The entire
city and courlty benefit from such pub
licity and the burden should not be
borne entirely on the shoulders of a
few. With the co-opetation of our
representatives in the legislature, the
Board of Trade secured the passage of
an act to authorize the county com
missioners to appropriate not exceed
ing $2000 for advertising but decided
against it. Through contact with vis
itors during the year, your secretary
has been convinced that before any
extensive advertising is done by Ocala
and Marion county, the city and
county must 'clean house,' that is to
say, the present condition of our roads
and streets, for example, makes a
very bad impression on the visitor and
prospective homeseeker. The fact that
Marion county is one of the richest
and most progressive counties in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, does not show up on the surface
as it should. Then, too, there is a lack
of housing facilities. It is the opinion
of your secretary, however, that a
certain amount of advertising must
be done even now. The effect of ad advertising
vertising advertising is accumulative and to begin
advertising now means to be that
much ahead when we are really ready
for advertising on a larger scale."
The Board of Trade was instru instrumental
mental instrumental in having placed in the city
budget an item of $800 for band con concerts
certs concerts which sum was to be supple supplemented
mented supplemented by additional funds by. this
organiaztion. A committee was named
to make" arrangements tor summer
band concerts consisting of C. E. Sim
mons, chairman, Dr. J. E. Chace, W.
P. Preer and W. W. Condon. A local
band was organized and from this
band the committee secured a propo proposition
sition proposition for concerts. Those who were
instrumental in organizing the band
found out later that they could not
carry out their proposition. The band
organization was abandoned and con concerts
certs concerts had to be given us. The Board
of Trade then asked the city council
to place an item of $800 in the budget
of 1921-22 and this item will be avail available
able available during the coming summer if a
band can be organized.
The Board of Trade white way com
mittee, consisting of W. T. Gary,
chairman, DeWitt Griffin and the sec secretary,
retary, secretary, succeeded in making arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the extension of the white
way which was installed during the
year as the result of the efforts made
by the committee last year. The circl circling
ing circling of the square with the lights has
been completed and provision has been
made for its extension two blocks fur further
ther further on Magnolia and also for its in installation
stallation installation on Broadway between Main
street and Osceola. The white way
has become a reality as the result of
the co-operation given the Board of
Trade by city council, Needham Bros,
and H. W. Tucker.
It has been intended that a survey
of the city and county would include
the listing of all industries and busi businesses.
nesses. businesses. No specific fund was set aside
in the budget for this purpose and a
survey for this reason .was not made.
During the year, however, the Board
of Trade gathered important statis statistics
tics statistics in regard to the truck crops of
the county and published the same
thru the medium of the Marion Coun County
ty County Floridian and the newspapers. With
the co-operation of Mr. K. C. Moore,
county agricultural agent, the Board
of Trade gathered and published im important
portant important statistics in regard to the
various citrus and vegetable crops of
the' county thus making available in
printed form for the first time this
kind of information concerning the
crops of the county. The same kind
of information will be published in the

next edition of the Marion County
Floridian in regard to the general
farming and livestock and dairy in- J

dustries of the county, and your sec
retary hopes that it will be possible
to put all of this information into
booklet form duryag the coming year.
During the year the Marion County 1
Board of Trade co-operated in enter entertaining
taining entertaining the convention of the State
Farmers Union and the Florida State
Optometry Associtaion and vo-operat-ed
in securing the convention of the
Florida State Swine Growers Associa
tion which will meet in this city Janu January
ary January 18th and 19th and for which ar
rangements" are being made to enter entertain
tain entertain The Board of Trade in March
entertained a group of representatives
of the Florida Short Route Associa
tion, of Columbus, Ga., and in Novem
ber, arranged for and co-operated in
the entertainment of the post cast
visitors from the mid-west touring the
state as the result of a campaign con
ducted in Jacksonville and as the
guests of this city and other cities in
Florida.
Just when the Board of Trade seem
ed about- to attaThthe improvement
of the plaza at the union station a
number of developments occurred and
prevented the improvements. It is
going to be necessary to approach the
problem in a different way from that
in .which it has been handled.
. In regard to carrying out the re
maining items of the program of
work, namely, expert care of trees in
the city, sign posters on the main
roads leading into Ocala, placing of
bill boards on .the Dixie highway north
and "south of the city, the repainting
of road markers thru the city new
street signs for Ocala, the purchase of
a car of palms to be sold to property
owners at cost, and the promotion of
fruit planting on all farms of the
county, these were with one or two'
exceptions not taken up, mainly for
the reason that no provision could be
made in the budget for them. The
committee from the Board of Trade
requested city council to make pro
vision in the budget if possible for the
installation of the new street signs
throughout the city. It was not found
possible, however, to include this item
in the city budget. Another reason
why these items were not carried out
was thai the Board of Trade worked
on other projects not included in the
program' of work but which arose as
contingencies during the year.
Among, the projects which the
Board of Trade assisted in putting
over was the organization of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Creamery Company and
the establishment in Ocala of a cen central
tral central creamery with a view to building
up the dairy industry of this section.
The organization of the company and
the establishment of the creamery is
the result of the initiative and hard
owrk of Mr. K. C. Moore, county agri
cultural agent, and the officers of the
company, with whom the Board of
Trade co-operated. The Board of
Trade was able to assist with the ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of a trip of inspection to
the Brooksville Creamery, with ar arranging
ranging arranging for several meetings held, and
it was instrumental in getting much
of the publicity that was given the
project.
During the session of the state leg legislature,
islature, legislature, the Board of Trade co cooperated
operated cooperated with the Capital Removal
Club in an effort to bring about the
removal of the 6tate capital to Ocala;
went on record as opposing the Lind Lind-sey
sey Lind-sey bill affecting title to water front
property, and opposed the legislation
which was introduced to place munici municipally
pally municipally owned utility plants under'the
supervision of the railroad commis commission.
sion. commission. -? 1
The mid-way ocean to gulf highway
from Tampa to Melbourne was in indorsed.
dorsed. indorsed. Purchase was made from Miss S.
Carey of Miami of a steer to be fat fattened
tened fattened and sold as finished beef for the
purpose of demonstrating the fact
that Florida beef if properly finished
is superior to all others. The Board
of Trade will receive fifty per cent of
the profits from the sale of this steer.
The Board of Trade was elected to
membership in the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce of the- United States and re renewed
newed renewed its membership in the Florida
Development Board.
Co-operated with the people along
the route in securing the construction
of the road from Qotton Plant to Ju Juliette.
liette. Juliette. Co-operated with the cities along
state road No. 2 in a successful effort
to get the construction of this high high-Avay
Avay high-Avay under way.
Petitioned the Interstate Commerce
Comission to put into effect freight
rates based upon the long and short
haul following an investigation of the
proposed rates by a committee con
sisting of JL. H. Pillans, chairman, D.
E. Mcjver, W. D. Sheppard and Geor3
MacKay.
Co-operated in the forming of the
Florida Traffic Equalization League
organized for the purpose of making a
( fight for the freight rates as based
j upon the principle of the long and
j short haul. ....
' At the request of the Palatka
j Chamber of Commerce arranged for a
j meeting to discuss the condition of

the Oklawaha .Valley railroad and se- j
cured pledges from business houses!
of the city to give patronage to this ;

railroad with a viw to maintaining its ;
operation.
Was represented by Mr. A. G
Blowers at a meeting, held in Orlando
in December for the purpose of seeur-
ing a uniform road map for the state
and for the thrashing out of problems
connected with the routing of tourists
into Florida. Mr. Blowers also repre represented
sented represented the organization at the south southeastern
eastern southeastern conference of, the American
Automobile Association held in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville January 5 and 6.
Co-operated in arranging for a
Chautauqua.
Co-operated with the baseball asso association.
ciation. association. Found employment for a number of
persons during the year.
Adopted a resolution calling upon
the railroad labor board to abrogate
the so-called national agreements and
to permit the carriers to make their
own contracts and adjust their rates
in line with individual conditions.
Arranged for a lecture on -"Getting
the Most Out of Retailing," by Mr.
W. F. Brannan, of the National Cash
Register Company, with which was
shown eight reels of motion pictures.
Co-operated with the Marion County
Fair Association in the" preparation
of advertising and the securing of
publicity for the fourteenth annual
Marion County Fair.
The civic committee was instrumen instrumental
tal instrumental in seeing that the location of the
restaurant building at the union sta station
tion station did not interfere with the propos proposed
ed proposed improvements of the station plaza.
Kept on file a list of rooms and
apartments for rent which list was
made use of by hundreds of visitors
and tourists.
Maintained an information table on
which were placed the booklets and
literature issued by the Board of
Trade and the booklets of many of the
commercial organizations of the state
with whom arrangements were made
for the reciprocal distribution of lit
erature.
Maintained a registration book for
the tourists and visitors calling at the
Board of Trade room. The registra registration
tion registration book contains the names of eight
persons from other states with whom
correspondence was had during the
year. If other parties came to Ocala
or to the county' as a result of corres
pondence no record of it is available
though there must have been many
who did not call at the Board of Trade
room. A special effort will be made
in the correspondence in the future to
have- all persons call at the Board of
Trade room on their arrival here so
that some check can be had on the
number.
It should be stated here that it was
as a result of correspondence with
the Board of Trade that the company
represented by Mr. G. H. Morthland
of this city purchased .26,000 acres in
the northeastern section of the county.
During th year, other organiza organizations
tions organizations and committees of the same
made use of the Board of Trade room,
Among these other organizations
were the Ocala Baseball Association,
Marion County Creamery Company,
Capital Removal Club, the Ocala Ro
tary Club, Marion County Farmers
Union, Farm Loan Assocration,iBoys'
High School Athletic Association,
Marion County Game and Protective
Association and others.
During the year your secretary at
tended the convention of the Southern
Commercial Secretaries As"socitaion in'
Jacksonville and the Florida State
Commercial Secretaries Association in
St. Augustine. He attended a meet meeting
ing meeting held at White Springs in connec connection
tion connection with the construction of state
road No. 2 and with a committee from
that meeting appeared before the
state highway department in Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. He attended a meeting held
in Lakeland for the purpose of organ organizing
izing organizing the Florida Tariff Equalization
League, and on the ninth of January
appeared before the state railroad
commission in Jacksonville with mem members
bers members of the Florida Tariff Equalization
League.
Y'our secretary was re-elected secre secretary
tary secretary of the Florida State Commercial
Secretaries Association.
The board of governors held twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two meetings during theVear.
No general meetings of the organi organization
zation organization were held between April 28th
and Dec. 22nd. After several efforts
in May to get a quorum present at
a general meeting the attempt was
given up and as there came up during
the 'month following no matter of out outstanding
standing outstanding importance which needed to
be "referred to a general meeting no
effort was made to obtain such a meet
; ing until December, when two efforts
! wer made to obtain quorums without
success. It is because of this that
your secretary has proposed an
amendment to the by-laws providing
for fixing of dates for regular raeet-
ings by the board of governors, with
a minimum of not less than one meet meeting
ing meeting every three months.
There has been more building con construction
struction construction in Ocala in the past year
than there has been for many years,
While this was not a direct result of
the work of the Board of Trade, your

CAMP SHERMAN tS

THE ACID TEST
If It Succeeds, Others, Including Camp
Johnston, May be Given
Vocational Schools
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 13. The estab establishment
lishment establishment of additional vocational
training universities depends upon
the result of the experimental school
now operating at Camp Sherman, O.,
Director Forbes of the veterans bu bureau,
reau, bureau, announced today xThis is taken
to indicate there is strong -possibility
that the proposed nautical school will
be located at Jacksonville, Fla., con consideration
sideration consideration having been given the plac placing
ing placing of a vocational university there.
MEMPHIS HOSPITAL FOR EX-
SERVICE MEN
President Harding has approved the
purchase of the Southern Methodist
Hospital at Memphis, Tenn., for $850, $850,-000,
000, $850,-000, when funds are available, it was
announced today by the veterans bu
reau. It is planned to use the hos
pital for former service men.
HONOR ROLL OF THE
GRAMMAR AND HIGH SCHOOL-
The following pupils have maintain
ed an average of 90 in each subject,
90 in deportment and 95 in attendance
and punctuality for the third monthr
Low 4, Room 1. Ruby Hales, Eve
lyn-McDavid, Katie Lou Rivers, Flora
McKay, Elsie Burnett, .Alvin Chace.
Low 4, Room 2. Mary Sheppard,
Francis Hays, Margaret Pickett, Orfie
Melin, Verie Halsell, Irene Gilmore,
Eva Adams, Donald Abbott, George
Condrey, Edward Clement, Roger
Dodd, Lawrence Edwards, Raymond
Shearer.
High 4. Bernice Knoblock, Thelma
Clayton, Sarah Rogers, Ruth Rozeke,
Katherine Griffin, Lueile Smith, Wil Wil-heminia
heminia Wil-heminia Greene, David Freymuth,
Leslie Driggers, Willie Rozeke, Ver Vernon
non Vernon Whaley.
High 5. William Edwards, Ulmer
Savage, Paul Theus, Tom Welch, Vir Vir-gal
gal Vir-gal Whaley, Josephine Clark, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Dickson, Johnnie Lee Flinn,
Mary Troxler.
Low 6, Room 1. Billy Barnett,
Harry Clarkson, Chester Fort, King Kingman
man Kingman Moore, Audrey Condrey, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Cappleman, Gladys Russell,
Gladys Hales, Mary Sawaya.
Low 6, Room 2. James Cox, Lillian
Leak.
Low 7. Dora Burnett, Anita Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, Lucretia Hocker, Amy Long, Ba Ba-bette
bette Ba-bette Peyser, Jonnie Lou Potter, Ma Mamie
mie Mamie L. Spencer, William Drake, Harry
McDavid.
Low and High 8. Pinkney Clement,
Fanita Cobb, Louise Clement, George
Jordan, Margaret Dalzell, Mabel Tob Tob-leske.
leske. Tob-leske. High School
Freshman. Willma Shepard.
Sophomore. Marjorie Burnett, Hel
en Leitner, Grace Fausett, Margaret
Gerig, Karl Henderiy, Mary Caroline
Logan. ...
Junior. Mildred Baxter, Hazel
Turbyfill, Margaret Hocker.
Senior. Irene Carn, Edith Ed
wards, Wilson Pierce.
secretary believes that it may be rea reasonably
sonably reasonably stated that the building activ activity
ity activity was in a large measure the indirect
result of the agitation of the housing
shortage problem by the Board of
Trade during 1919 and 1920.
Arranged for the coming to Ocala
of Colvin B. Brown, chief of the or
ganization service bureau of the
Chamber ,of Commerce of the United
States.
Co-operated in planting of palms
around the federal building in Ocala.
Considerable correspondence was
handled during the year. The total
number of letters written not includ including
ing including form letters and notices was 1480.
Of this number 584 were in answerto
inquiries concerning the city and coun county.
ty. county. Last year 1200 letters were writ written,
ten, written, of which 573 were inquiries.
A motion to extend the thanks of
the organization to the retiring ofli ofli-cers
cers ofli-cers was unanimously adopted at last
night's meeting. The officers of the
Board of Tfade during the past' year
were Rush H. Todd," president; J. M.
Thomas, vice president; H. D. Stokes,
treasurer. Board of governors: J. H.
Taylor, L. W. Duval, C. C. Balkcom, J.
L. Edwards Philip G. Murphy, D. E.
Mclver, C. G. Rose, Ocala; Nathan
Mayo, Summerfield; E. C. Beuchler,
Anthony; W. M. Gist, Mcintosh; R. L.
1 Mrtie, weirsaaie, ana u. ts. noweu.
j Lowell,
"
All that is good and safe in Chiro
practic and electro magnetic treat treatment
ment treatment See Dr. Kiplihger, at the Ocala
House. .' 10-5t
j Get our prices before buying bean,
cucumber, tomato, watermelon and
other seeds. Bitting & Phillips. ll-6t.

THEY HAVE THEIR
NERVE WITH THEM

Bunch of Irish Disturbers Call On
America for Fluids to Carry On
Their Silly Battle
- London, Jan. 13. (By Associated
Press). The Daily Mail's Dublin cor correspondent
respondent correspondent says that the Erskine-Chil-ders'
party has sent urgent cable cablegrams
grams cablegrams to the United States appealing
for funds to enable them to begin an
election campaign in opposition to the
new. free state government.
POLITICAL PRISONERS FREED
London, Jan. 13. (By Associated
Press). Irish political prisoners in
London jails Brixton, Pentonville and
Wormwood Scrubbs were released this
morriing under the amnesty proclama proclamation
tion proclamation issued by King George yesterday.
Instructions have been sent to pro provincial
vincial provincial jails for similar releases.
FRENCH MIGHT SELL
NAVY TO FORD
Maker of Tin Lizzies Wants Warships
In a Job Lot
(Associated Press)
" Washington, JarT13. The French
government has approached Henry
Ford by cable, asking if he would con consider
sider consider the purchase of battleships. In
announcing the request here today,
Ford said he had replied that unless
he could buy the-entire French navy
he would not be interested in job lots.
No answer to his cable has been re received,
ceived, received, he stiid.
MRS. UNA DE RUDIO
(Associated Press)
-
Los Angeles, Jan. 12. Mrs. Una de
Rudio, widow of Count Carlos de
Rudio ,once. sentenced to the guillo guillotine
tine guillotine r complicity in a bomb plot
against Napoleon and Empress Eu
genia, was buried Jiere yesterday.
She was 81 years old and died Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Her husband, whose sentence
was commuted to penal servitude,
made a sensational escape, joined the
American army and retired as a
major. He died twelve years ago.
FLORIDA OFFERS EVERYONE
' AN EDUCATION AT HOME
Free Florida state scholarships cov
ering grammar school branches high
school subjects, civil service courses
and reading courses on various phases
of agriculture given by correspond
ence, are now -being offered to every
one by the state through the General
Extension Division, University of
Florida, at Gainesville. Boys and
girls, men and women, everywhere, re
gardless of age or previous school
advantages, who want more education
can get it in this way at home without
loss of time.
Applications for these scholarships
will be accepted by the General Ex Extension
tension Extension Division until the 15th of Feb February,
ruary, February, instead of February 1st, as
prevously announced. -.
At present hundreds of citizens are
availing themselves of the opportu
nity to get more training at home
through these state supervised coire
spondence study courses. A large
number of people are taking common
school branches and high school sub
jects in order to better fit themselves
for positions they desire. Teachers
are taking review courses in prepara
tion for state and special teachers'
certificates. There is also a large en
rollment in the courses which assist
the student in passing civil service
examinations, and in agricultural
reading courses.
Every citizen in Florida is entitled
to take these courses" and students
have the advantage over those taking
correspondence study in any other
way, since the General Extension Di
vision courses are state supervised.
and the work furnished through, this
division of the University of Florida,
is accepted by the state institutions
without further, examinations.
Send in your application today, and
state that, vou have read of this
splendid opportunity in thft&t.
- M. i ,i
METROPOLITAN HAD RELIGION
AND POLITICS MIXED
Athens, Jan. 12 (By Associated
Press). The ecclesiastical court pre presided
sided presided over by a metropolitan of
Athens today found Most Reverend
Meletpis Metaxakis, recently elected
patriarch of Constantinople, guilty lef
attempting- to bring about schism of
the -church. It was ordered that he
be deprived of his every rank and se secluded
cluded secluded in the monastery at Zante.
Archbishop Metaxakis was not pres
ent at the triaL
18 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with a
purchase of other, groceries amount amounting
ing amounting to $1.00 or over, Saturday and
Monday at the 3 U-Serve Stores. 2t

GRA1ITED GUILEFUL

TEUTOHS GRACE
Allied Reparations Commission Again
Let the Impecuaious'"'
Teutons Off
Cannes, Jan. 13. (By Associated
Press). The allied reparations com
mission, at its conference here today
decide to grant provisional delay to
Germany on her reparations account.
LLOYD GEORGE RETURNING TO
LONDON
Primf Minister Lloyd George will
eave Cannes for London tonight. He
expects to stop in Paris to confer with
President Millerand and with Poin-
care, who is forming a cabinet to suc succeed
ceed succeed the Briand ministry. v
SCARED AT,CLO$E-
. UP OF SUICIDE
Poison Tablets No Sooner Hit Mrs.
Ryan's Tammy than She Tried
To Break Her Pact
Paris, Jan. 13. (Associated Press).
Mrs. Audrey Creighton Ryan, better
known as Miss Audrey Creighton, of
California, violinist and prue winner
at the 'American Conservatory of Mu
sic in Fontainebleu, is reported dying
in an American hospital at Neuilly as
the result oftaking three poison tab-
ets. Her husband, Thomas Stewart
Ryan, attached to the Paris staff of
the Chicago Tribune, was arrested .on
the charge of administering the tab-
ets to her under threat to kill her
with a knife unless she swallowed
J.1 YA 1 1 1 1 1
mem. Abater, ne is saia to save ran

bed himself but not seriously She v

told the authorities her husband ac-

cused her of infidelity and forced her;

to take the poison.
LOST HER NERVE
The police commissioner said Mrs.
Ryan later told him- she and her hus
band entered a suicide pact but after
taking the poison she lost her courage
and rushed from the room and de
manded to be taken to the hospital.
Ryan cut his wrists and neck.
MANY AMERICAN SOLDIERS
MARRYING GERMAN GIRLS
(Associated Press)
Coblenz Dec. 20. (By Mail.)
Winsome German girls continue to
make inroads in the American forces
in Germany, despite the standing
order issued two years ago that enlist-
ed men who married here would be
returned to American with their wives
on the next army transport.
Every transport with returning
troops carries its quota of newlywed,
and whenever a troops train leaves
Coblenz for Antwerp the port of em
barkation, the flower shops do a splen
did business, their customers being
chiefly Germans who desire to bestow
flowers upon the departing brides, full
of anticipation and hope for a won wonderful
derful wonderful existence in their new homes
across the Atlantic ?
More than 1000 American soldiers
have married in Germany during the
last two years and ten months, accord according
ing according to estimates of American officers
and German civil officials. Most of
the men and their wives already have
been sent to the United States.
Many soldiers who desired to marry
and remain in the service on this side,
took great pains, officers say, to keep
the facts from becoming known gen generally.
erally. generally. Officers say some of the sol soldiers
diers soldiers took their prospective brides
into unoccupied Germany, : and were
married there, most of these, events
having taken place when American
and Germany, technically, were still
at war' t
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
IS ORGANIZING CLINICS
The state board of health's bureau
of communicable disease and health
units announces the organiation of
two new clinics for the free treatment
of indigent cases of social diseases.
One of these clinics is at Mayo in
Lafayette county and is, to be under
the direction of Dr. J. M. Anderson.
The' other is in Duval "county and Js
to care for indigent venereals who are
handled by the county board of chari charities.
ties. charities. V.
The state board of health is fur furnishing
nishing furnishing all 606 (salvarsan) needed
for the treatment ofany case who is
unable to pay. State Board of Health
Bulletin.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends who
have been so kind and good to us
since the loss of our home by fire.
We appreciate the showers of nice
things given us and thank each one
who gave these gifts and each one
whoToffered sympathy.
B. S. Dansby and Family.
Reddick, Fla., January 12.



- OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922

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all new dispatches credited to it or not
otherwue credited in this paper and

also tbe local new published herein.

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atsDatcne-fleTein are also re&ervea.

WOJIKSTIC LB!CUIITIO.N HATES
One year, in advance 6.0

a successful hunting trip

Lake this morning.
Miss Sara Davis entertained the

members of the Kids' Bridge Club at

her pleasant home yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. L. R. Chazal went down to
Woodmar this afternoon. He took his
oi-ntaa anH hnnes to use them on the

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glassy Surface of the lake by Monday

morning. (By this you will see tnat
a cold wave was in vogue ten years

ago).

Mrs. Ralph Birdsey gave a very en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable bridge party at the home of
her mother, Mrs. H. A. Ford.
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp, who ..has been
quite sick forthe past few days, is
again at her place of business.

RIGHTS AND L&FTS
Of THE DOVER BILL

(Miami Herald)
The Times-Union expresses

regret

tjtat southern people are opposing the
passage of the Dyer anti-lynching bill

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AN HONEST MAN
FOUND IN ORLANDO

AUCTION PARTY FOR VISITORS

The republicans in the United States
Senate have put another black mark

man II. Newberry of Michigan, who
virtually bought his election.

Owing to the fact that the editor of

the Star accompanied a large delega

tion of Ocala Knights of Pythias to
Duniiellon last night, returning about

the time ghosts walk, his editorial ex

pressions to his readers are mercifully

abbreviated today.

All eirls are pretty. All lakes are

beautiful. All entertainments are de

lightful. All' visitors are pleasant.
. All sunsets are glorious. Why, then,

, put the issue in doubt by asserting
something that will be taken for

granted? This paper does not care to
undertake the leadership of a move movement
ment movement to emancipate the noun from its
attribute, but such a movement by
some of our larger dailies might have
valuable results. Lakeland Telegram.
jt would certainly save them much
white paper in a year.
The Star begins today to print at
the head of the -paper, in the same line
with the weather report the time of
. the rising and setting of the sun. The
time is of the latitude of .Atlanta,
which is two or three minutes later
than that of Ocala in winter, but will
have to do, as it is the nearest at attainable.
tainable. attainable. "It is also calculated on east

ern time, which in'Ocalar is twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight minutes ahead of the sun. For
instance, the sun rises tomorrow
' morning at 7:09 standard time, but it
will be 6:41 sun time; it will set at
5:09 standard and 4:41 sun time. We

? will print each day the time not for
that day but for the next.

The Miami .Herald elsewhere ad advances
vances advances a just and, we believe, a legal
argument, against the Dyer bill. What
right has the government state or
federal, to punish anyjiitizen for an
act in which he has no part and gen generally
erally generally no knowledge. Suppose a
party of men in one cornei- of this
county commits a lynching, as has

often happened in other counties, be

fore the officers of the law have an op
ortunity to save the victim or crim.

inal what law, justice or common
sense is there in fining the people of

the entire county? The fact is, the

Dyer law has been brought up bythe

republicans for no other reason than

to give the republican party a claim

on the negro vote in the northern

states. If the negroes had no votes,

the republicans wouldn't care what

happened to them.

PCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Tampa Tribune)

The centuries old quest of Diogenes
has ended and the world's honest man
has ben found in Orlando. Today J.
B. Lewis, of Boston, Mass., was hand handed
ed handed back intact his wallet containing
ten thousand and fifteen hundred dol

lars in bills and bank drafts which he
had lost three days ago and for whose

rightful owner a quiet search had
been made by its trustee, Newton P.
Yowell, president of the Yowell-Drew

and vice president of the

v v Jr

chamber of commerce. Owing to tfte

nature of the contents of the wallet

and the possibility of unscrupulous

and fraudulent claims of ownership
being made to its valuables, neither
the owner, finder, nor the trustee, ad advertised
vertised advertised the Joss.
The honest man is Jonah Hancock,
a rather peculiar character, in humble
circumstances who lives in Orange
county, on the Econlockhatchee creek,

in the same house where he was born
fifty-odd years ago. Jonah has been
trading in- Orlando ever since it was

a cross-roads, and three days ago on

walking down Orange- avenue very

early in the morning, discovered the
valuable wallet on the sidewalk. It
was hours before stores and banks
were open, so he patiently awaited the

coming of Mr. Yowell to his place of
business. Jonah has traded with

Newton P. Yowell ever since he has
been in the mercantile business in Or Or-lai
lai Or-lai do and that is mqre than twenty
year6. He exhibited his find to his
lift-long friend and asked his advice
as to how to find the owner, both
agreeing that the peculiar nature of
the find precluded a public search for
the owner until every other means
had been exhausted. Today, Mr. Lewis
was discovered and overjoyed to have
again placed in' his hands his treasure,
the loss of which had been preying on
his mind. At least one Florida vfsitQr
will return to his northern home to
spread the tidings that Florida and
Orlando are not filled with confidence

men and crooked strangers, but thatJ

the old-fashioned trait of rugged
honesty still abounds.

Jonah Hancock is sometimes called

Rev. Hancock, for at intervals he un

dertakes evangelistic tours in a mod modest
est modest way, preaching the doctrines of

his sect, called the Church of God, and

lie has been no infrequent visitor to

the distant localities of the sunshine

state for several years past, where he
gathers little knots of men together
on street corners or in front of stores

in the smaller towns, and, with Bible

in hand, expounds his views of the

way to righteousness. On these tours
he travels in a decrepit Spring wagon
drawn by a more decrepit horse and
starts without scrip in his purse, stop stopping
ping stopping wherever night overtakes him.

He. is now so well known through

out Florida thattjns strange habit of

first driving into the bam and putting

up his horse choosing the first habi

tation that presents itself at night
fall, and then announcing himself to

the dwellers in the house that he has

come to spend the night, no longer

occasions surmise. Because of his

gentle ways and his profound and

fixed religious beliefs a cordial wel

come is. never denied him by those

who understand his harmless pecu

liarities, and he is always treated as

an honored guest.

(Evening Star January 13, 1902)

Prof.. Varn, principal of the Ocala
high school, has offered a fine gold

medal to the student in the high schoo

department who makes the best re-

cord in arithmetic during the schoo

year, including the final examinations.

Mclver & MacKay, our wide-awake
merchants and contractors, have pur

chased from D. A. Miller the property
on North Magnolia street occupied by

them.

The Star begins today taking the

Union Associtaed Press telegraph
service,- which sends messages until 4

o'clock.

J. M. Neely, the shoe and hat man

will be open and ready for business ill

his handsome new store by the last o;

next week.

W. A. Pelot of Jacksonville is visit

ing his family in Ocala.
Miss Effie Sims of Valdosta, Ga

who has been the guest of Mrs. S. T

Sistrunk for. the past ten days, ha

left for home.
Messrs. C. C. Rawls and Perry H.
Nugent have bought the two-story
building in which G. A. Nash's store
is located from Dr. E. C. Hood for
$3500.
Weather Reporter W. L. Jewett
givesthe official temperature last night
as 19 degrees.
- : Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star January 13, 1922)
Mr. C. F. Flippen went to Lakeland
to spend Sunday with friends.
- Messrs. H. S. Chambers, Spurgedn
Ausley and Will Fuller returned from

in Congress, although, as it says, that
paper is as great a stickler for state
rights as anybody.
It bases its argument in favor of
the bill on the ground that the coun counties
ties counties and the states cannot enforce the
law against lynching; that the federal
courts could enforce it, and that,
therefore, the United States govern-

ment should be permitted "to exercise

jurisdiction in such cases in order to
abolish the iniquity of lynching.
It seems to the Herald that that is

a begging of the case. If the position
taken bjr the Times-Union were to ap apply
ply apply to other things in which the state

fails to enforce the law, there would
ro no further necessity for state gov government
ernment government and the question of state
rights would forever be settled in fa favor
vor favor of a centralized authority exerted
from the capital of the whole country.
Congress would make all the laws,
the department of justice would en enforce
force enforce them everywhere in the country.
If that is what the Times-Union

wants, it should say so and abandon

its claim to be a representative demo

cratic journal.

But there is a phase of the subject
with which the Times-Union does not

deal. Granting that the fourteenth

amendment gives Congress authority!

to enact the measure now before it,
which may be doubted, what are the
Times-Union and the promoters of
the bill going to do with that age-old
provision that no man's propertytshall
be taken from him without due pro process
cess process of law, and with that other,
equally old and important constitu constitutional
tional constitutional guaranteetthat before a man
can beconvicted of crime he must be
Indicted,, tried by a jury of his pers,

have the privilege of counsel, and be
faced with his accusers?
The Dyer bill proposes to hold a
county responsible, in damages for ev

ery lynching that may take place
within its borders. This would neces necessarily
sarily necessarily be an indictment of thousands
of people who cou?4 have no 4nowl 4nowl-edge,
edge, 4nowl-edge, whatever, of the crime and whP,
ordinarily, could not be held account account-able
able account-able for it. Innocent people would
not have the opportunity of facing
their accusers, yet they would be call called
ed called upon to part with their property,
as punitive damages for an act

committed by others over whom they

would have no influence and with
whom they would not be and could not

be in parity.

The proposed law is a violation of

all that we have believed were guar

antees of the rights of the people, and

we are certainly surprised that so able

a paper as the Times-Union is not

only willing to abandon its time

honored position as to states' rights;

but that it would deprive them of ev

ery right to appear in court and show

that they had nothing to do with the

crime that the proposed law is framed

to eliminate.

ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

In the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Cir

cuit, in and for ilarion County,

Florida, in Chancery.

F. A. Mason. Complainant, vs. Vesta

Mason. Defendant.

It appearing by affidavit attended

to the amended ibill of comDlaint filed

in the above entitled cause that Vesta

Mason, the defendant therein named, is
a non-resident of the state of Florida,

ana tnat me residence of tbe said de

fendant is unknown, and that she is
over the age of twenty-one years; it is
therefore ordered that the said non nonresident
resident nonresident defendant, be and she is here

by required to appear to the amendedj

uiu ui compiaini meu in saia cause on
of before
Mondiiy the 6th day f March, A. D.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will toe taken as confessed by the said
defendant.
- It is further ordered that this order
be published once each week for eight
consecutive weeks in Ocala Evening
Star, a newspaper published in said
county and state.
This $th day of January, 1922.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER JR.,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By FRANCES TARVER.
t-6-9t-Fri Deputy Clerk.

Glenhurst the country hoflie of Cap-
tain and Mrs. S. R. Pyles, -was the.
scene yesterday of a beautiful auction
party honoring two visitors, Mrs.
Shell Davis of Columbus, Ohio, and
Mrs. Briggs." The spacious rooms of.
this country home were, prettily trim-'
med for the occasion with southern
smilax, this being used to advantage,
entwinine the balustrade of the stair-!

case, over the windows and picture ;
frames, with bowls of woods violets : 3
placed here and there and the roaring 3
fires in the fireplaces made an ideal ;
place for a pleasant game of auction. n
Miss Pyles cordially greeted her 1 3

guests as they arrived and presented!

them to the guests of honor. During;
the afternoon punch was served in the j

hall by Misses i,dna and Susie Counts,

the punch table beiner effectively

trimmed in milax and violets. I

Five tables were arranged for auc- j 8

tion, the players being joined later by t
a number of guests for tea. After a j
pleasant afternoon spent in playing;
auction, the prizes were awarded to j

the players holding the highest and;

lowest scores, Mrs. Harry Borland re re-ceoiving
ceoiving re-ceoiving the former and Mrs. Edward
Tucker the latter, both prizes being
hand made card table covers. The
guests of honor were each presented

with an attractively bound address

book. j
Two enjoyable features of the aft-;

efnoon were the musical numbers,
solos by Mrs. Ed Armstrong 6f Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, and Miss Catherine Pyles, both
accompanied by Mr. Ed Armstrong.
Miss Pyles was assisted during the
afternoon by her mother, Mrs. S. R.
Pyles, and Jier sister, Mrs. Mildred
Hitchens. After the games were
finished refreshments were served in
two courses; Creamed chicken in tim tim-bals
bals tim-bals eggs a la suisse, served on
rosettes, hot buttered biscuit, straw strawberry
berry strawberry shortcake with whipped cream,
coffee and salted pecans' On each
plate of the sweet course was a but but-toniere
toniere but-toniere of woods violets.

The following guest senjoyed the

acternoon with Miss Pyles: Mrs. Paul
Simmons, Mrs. Leverett Futch, Mrs.

Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. Anna Holder,

Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs. Briggs
Mrs. Grunthal, Mrs. Ed Armstrong

and Mis Mary Powers of Bellevigw,

Mrs. Fred Hpcken Mrs. H. L. Bor-

and, Mrs. Edward Tucker, Mrs. J. H.

Hydrick, Mrs. Virgil Bryant, Mrs. E.
G. Lindner, Miss Margaret Jackson,
Miss Annie Davis Miss Musie Bul-

ock, Miss Onie Chazal and Mrs.

Goody. The following joined the

players at five o'cloek, Misses Edna

and Susie Mae Counts, Mrs. C. R.
Tydings, Mrs. Shell Davis, Dr. and
Mrs. Walter .Hood, Mrs. Rube Red

ding, Mrs. Collier, Mrs. B. F. Condon,

Mrs. T. D. Lancaster, Mrs. R. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and Mrs. Carson Lee.

A Big Lot

on

Fort Ming
300x528
EASY TERMS
Only 7 Left
SEE
L.M.MURRAY
118 Fort King Avenue

NOTICE

ARRESTED FOR ARSON

D. M. Bloodworth, A. T. Childers
and A. B. Childers, all employes of the
Sunset Crate Mill Company at Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, which was burned last week,
have been arrested by the sheriff on
the charge of setting fire to the mill.

The evidence is circumstantial but

strong enough to warrant Judge Futch

m putting Bloodworth under $5000

bond and sending the other two to

jail in default of bond.

Marlon County Post No. 27, of the

American Legion, determined at its
meetine on Wednesday, Jan. 4. 1922. to

include on the tablet to be erected in.

trie column at tne commencement or the

Victory Way, the names of all those
Marion county men who were In the

service of the United States in the

world war prior to November 11, 1918,

and who have died or may die up until
. . A. 1 1.41. 1L. - 1

me i line ui. me cuiirpiriiuu ui me pub publication
lication publication of this notice.

It was further determined by the

poat at its meetinsr that he list of

names which the post now has be pub-

usned for eisht consecutive weeks in

both papers published in Ocala, and

that the general public 'be requested to

assist the legion in its efforts to make

the list complete, and to have the
names of all of the men who were in
the service prior to 'November 11, 1918,
and who hav& died since on the memo

rial tablet.

The following- is the list of names

now in the hands of the committee:
AL.FII3 3ROOKS.
WILEY H. RJJRFORD.
JOHN W. CLAYTON.
THOMAS S. CLAYTON. V
FRED H. DAVIS.
JAMES E. LEITNER.
ARCHIE LOPEZ. v
JOHN W. BELL.
GILBERT J. PROCTOR..
GEORUE L. MacKAY.
HOMER RODOERS.
ARTHUR MADDEN.
LAGRANGE SlSTRUNIf.
FRANK C. SMEDLEY.
PRESTON H. WEATHERBEE.
ARTHUR E. THOMPSON.
JAMBS C. REYNOLDS.
VIRGIL J. RANDALL.
MARION YOUNG.
ERNEST COLBY.

The post is satisned that there are

many other names which should be

represented in this list and requests

every person In Marlon county to rur

nish the post adjutant. R. L. Van Osten

Ocala. Florida, with sufficient informa

tion to enable him, or members of the

committee on memorial tablets, to de

termine whether the man whose nami

is sent in is e!iigble to be included
ftmong those placed on the tablet- The

list will 'be finally closed in ten weks

on the 18th day of March. 1922. and the

tablets will be ordered made up in ac

cordance with the information then in
the hands of the committee on mem memorial
orial memorial tablets.

The nost will do everything in its

power to make complete the list of
names which will be engraved on the
tablets prior to that time, but it is nec necessary
essary necessary to ask the assistance of every

person in the county, in order tnat we
may be sure that no man who is elig eligible
ible eligible to be represented on the tablet has
been omitted.
Please send any information that

Xuu may have regarding:

1. Name.
2. Home address.
3 Information concerning service in
the United States army prior to Nov.
11. 1918.
4. Place of burlaL
5. Approximate date of death.
To Mr. R. L. VAN OSTEN. Adjutant,
Marion County Post, of the American
Legion. Ocala. FlorMal
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 completr the me memorial
morial memorial tablets.
Committee on Memorial Tablets,. Mar Marion
ion Marion County Post No. 2T, American
Legion, T. M. KILGORE.
d&w-tf Chairman.

ANNOUNCEMENT I

We wish to announce to
our customers the return
of
Mrs. Lena Heine
who has again taken up
her work. Call or phone

272.

MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 East Ft. King

S Manhattan Shirt Sale I

For a' Short Time We Will Sell
These Famous Shirts at the
. Following Prices:

$3.00 Values. ... ..$2.30

3.50 Values
4.00 Values

-. 2 55
.12.85

50 Values...... 2.95

A

?fs.

$500 Values...... $3.25 U

6.00 Values ..-.. 3.85
7 and 7.50 Vnlues 4.65
8.50 Values. 5 85

$10.00 Values, $6.95

The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com

pany sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf

Free service car at the Ocala Tire

& Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf

Free air and a man to put it in

right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing
Company. 3-tf

For Rent
FURMSHEO
APA RIME NT
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room -Dining Roo
PHONE 52

Day Phone 47. NigM I 'hone 515
OEOUGE MatkAY & CO
Funeral Directors, Efmbalmers
4 G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

We are also Making Sweeping Re Re-duciions
duciions Re-duciions on Suits and Over Over-coats,
coats, Over-coats, iilcluding. the fa famous
mous famous Hart, Schaffner
& Marx line
H. A. WATERMAN
THE HABERDASHER
Merchants Block OcaK Fla

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Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252

may be removed

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Complete direc- i
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MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR 1
112 Ft. King Ave.

Ocala, Fla.

that one word
tells the
whole story
STORAGE BATTERY
Guaranteed 1 Years
Blalock Bros

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LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

j Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
'Twenty-one meal ticket for $7, Phone
!2C(f 310 N. Main Street. tf

Uuaraiiteed vulcanizing at Ocaia

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. .... lne Ai Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Commercial Bank building. Office

Take your watch and jewelry re

pair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. 5-tf

Our sausage is always fresh cs we

make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf

If you'll try the popular Day Dream

extracts to be bad only at the Court

Pharmacy, youH use no other, 4-tf

The best bread and rolls you ever

ate can be had at the Federal Bakery,

fresh every day. 3-t

phone 113 two
pbne 151.

rings; residence

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W. K.. iane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. It's the
most speedy remedy we know

The war tax on eye eye-i
i eye-i ?lasses was removed Jan.

'.v'- 1st, 1922, being classed
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Special tomato seed at Bitting & Phil- f op $ as a ne
lips' Drugstore, l-6t .weA luxury.

DR. K. J. .WJ-IHE,

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Cakes, cookies and rolls fresh every
day at the Federal Bakery. 3-6t 1

Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

DOOH

Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

FRANK'S
Great 1 January : Sale
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TO-MORROW MORNING v
JANUARY 14th, 1922

HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD-. $2 LOAD, DliXrVEBED. R.

H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf,

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

The Greatest Price Smashing Event
. in Our History

Federal Fruit Cake.

16-tf

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

Sale Coiiiics IJiltil Jan.

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and up-to-date. The
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nally originally sold up to $15.
Better come and get
your size before they
are picked over. All
sizes
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OCALA

FarmersExchangeStore I

MERCHANTS BLOCK

Sugar Cane Syrup,
pint bottles
Tall Pink Salmon
per can. .........
UNEEDAS,
one package...-...
UNEEDAS,
two packages
UNEEDAS,
. three packages
OCTAGON SOAP.
one cake .,
OCTAGON SOAP, U.
two cakes..
OCTAGON SOAP,
three cakes
OCTAGON SOAP,
1 twelve cakes
P. & G. SOAP,
one cake
P. & G. SOAP,
two cakes........
P. & G. SOAP,
three cakes
P. & G. SOAP,
twelve cakes.......
ARGO SALMON
per can....:
Campbell's Soup,
" one can ...........
Campbell's Soup,
' four cans
11c
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15c
20c
8c
15c
21c
80c
8c
15c
21c
80c
30c
-2c
45 c

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

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back on the market with a big 5c cake of soap
VVhitiington & Phillips

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

Bargains

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PURINA CALF CHOW,
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SISTER

I By FANN HURST

Copyright, lifiQ, by The Wbeeier 8yodictj, lac.
i'hjsies can answer whence goes
the candle-flame when it vanishes
into blackness and what becomes of
sound when the ereaf tyaw of silence
1iets It. Rut what science can know
the -destiny of th- hps and pins and
pins, and what Lihe oblivion which i
swaHmvs that crent army of street-
waikinz w-nnie! w hose cheeks are too i
pink and who dwell outside the barbed- I
Let tlie pins jro. unless one 'ies on
the sidewalk point toward you. md
Jet this b- rb storv of Mae Mnnroe,
herself one nf the pink-cheeked grena grenadiers
diers grenadiers of that crwit army wMiose destiuy
fc as vague as the destiny of pins, and
who in more than one vain attempt to
climb had snagged her imitation
French embroidery petticoats on the
outward side of that barbed-wire
fence.
Then, too, in the years that lead np
to this moment Mae Munroe had taken
on weight the fair, flabby flesh of
Jack of exercise and no lack of choco chocolate
late chocolate bonbons. And a miss is as good
as a mile, or a ba rted-wlre fence, only
long as she keeps her figure down
and her diet up. When Mae Munroe
ran for a street car she breathed
through her mouth for the first sfs
blocks, after she caught it. The top
button of her shoe was no longer equal
to the span. But her eyes are still
blue, rather like sky. when you look
straight up; her hair yellow to the
roots; and who can gainsay that a
dimpJe in the chin is not worth two In
the cheeks?
In the florid disorder of a red velvet
sitting room cluttered with morning
sunshine and uriframed. unsigned pho photographs
tographs photographs of stage favorites, empty bot.
ties and dented-in cushions, Mae Mun Munroe
roe Munroe stirred on her high mound of red
sateen sofa pillows : placed her paper paper-book
book paper-book face down on the tabouret be beside
side beside her ; yawned ; made a foray Into
an uncovered box of chocolate bon bon-fwms;
fwms; bon-fwms; sank her small teeth into a
creamy oozing heart and dropped a
particle of the sweet into the sniffling,
upturned snout of a white wool dog,
cuddled jn the curve of her arm;
yawned again.
-"No more tandy! Make, ittsie
Snookle Ookle sick! Make muvver's
ittsie bittsie bow-wow sick! No! No!"
Each admonition she accompanied
with a slight pat, designed to intimi intimidate
date intimidate further display of appetite. The
small bunch i in her arms raised his
head and regarded her with pink, sick
little eyes, his tongue darting this way
and that in an aftermath of relish;
then feJl to licking her bare forearm
with swift, dry strokes.
"Muvver's ittsie bittsie Snookle!
"Muvver's Ittsie Bittsie Snookie! Him
Love Him Poor Muwerl Him Peer,l
Poor Muwerl"
Him love him por. muwer I Him poor,
poor muwerr
A cold tear oozed through one of
Miss Munroe's closed eyes, zipzagged
down her face, and she laid her cheek
pat against the white wool.
Muwer just wishes she was dead,
Snookle. God! Don't she just
An hour she lav so. The dog fell j
to snoring. Anothor. while ticked past j
loudly. And as if the ticking were j
against her brain like drops of water, j
she rose to a half-sitting posture, ',
reached for the small onyx clock on
the mantelpiece and smothered It be beneath
neath beneath one of the rpl sntwn.sofa pil pillows.
lows. pillows. When she relaxed again two
fresh tears wasjrled "heavily 1orn her
cream-colored cheeks. Then for a
while stie slept, with her month ever
so slizhtly open and revenlin? the
white line of her teeth.
The little dog emerged from his slep.
gaping and stretrhifig backward his
will break a Cold, Fever and
Grippe quicker than anything
we know, preventing pneumonia
J8 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with a
purchase of other groceries amount'
ing to $1.00 or over, Saturday and
Monday at the 3 U-Serva Stores. 2t

nuiu legs. Alae .-iunroe yawn en. ex extending
tending extending her arms at fu?l length before
her; regarded her fair, ringed fingers
and the four dimpVs across the back
of each hand: reached for a cigarette
and with the wry face of nausea tossed
it back into Its box: swung- to a sitting
fxistnre on thr H!- j-&w'"sofa. the
dog springin? JbrT?Cth( curve of her
arm to tl?" floor, shaking himself.
- Her blowsij? hair, burned at the ends,
but the color of corn-silk, came un unloosed
loosed unloosed of its morning plait and she
braided it over one .shoulder, her blue
eye fixed on ,pace. Tears would
come.
Then she rove and crossed to the
golden oak piano letween the win windows,
dows, windows, her negligee open its full lensrh
and revealing her nieht dress, crossed
with a slight limp nnd the dog yapping
at the soiled and lacy train- fell to
manipulating the self-playing' attach attachment,
ment, attachment, jteddlins out a metallic ava avalanche
lanche avalanche of popular music.
At its conclusion she swung around
on the bench, her back drooping as If
under pressure of indolence; yawned;
crossed to the window and between the
parted lace curtains stood regarding
the street two stories beneath, and.
beyond the patches of intervening
roofs, a limited view of the Hudson
river, a barge of cos! passing leisurely
up center stream, a tug suckling at its
ide.
From the haJhvay and in the act of
mopping a margin of floor, a maid-of-all-work
swung back' from all-fours
md sat upright on her heels, inserting
t head of curl-papers through the open
loorway.
"Play that over again. Miss Mae.
That 'Mustard Glide' sure does tickle
my soles."
Miss Munroe turned to the room
with the palm of her hand placed
pat against her brow.. "Godl said
she, "my head!
"Aw, Miss Mae, can't you get your yourself
self yourself in a humor? What's the matter
with you and me going to a movie
this afternoon, eh?"
"Movie! The way every d n thing
gets on my nerves, I'd be a bit at a
movie, wouldn't I? I'd be a hit any anywhere!"
where!" anywhere!" "I tell you. Miss Mae, all this worry
ain't going to get you nowhere. He'll
come around again all right if you only
give him time. And if he don't, you
should worry! I tell you there ain't
one of em breathes Is worth more
than his bankbook."
"God! My head!"
The figure on all-fours rose to full
height, drying each forearm on her
apron.
"Lay down, dearie, and Just don't
you worry. I've seen 'enrget spells or
get holy and stay away for two months
on a stretch, and the checks not com coming
ing coming in regular as clockwork like yours,
neither. You ain't got no kick coming.
Miss Mae."
A layer of tears rose immediately to
Miss Munroe's eyes, dimming them.
She wiped them away with one of her
sleeve frills.
"Max ain't like that and you know
it. You've seen for yourself how he
ain't missed his every-other night In
three years. You see for yourself. All
Jast month so Irregular and now only
once last week, and and riot at all
this week. Good heavens I I just won wonder,
der, wonder, I just wonder."
"Now, Just whatta you bet hell be
up to supper tonight. Miss Mae? If I
was you, dearie, I wouldn't be scared,
I'd just go right to the telephone
and
"He gets sospre, Loo. You remem remember
ber remember that time I telephoned him about
that case of wine he sent np and It
came busted, and his mother his old
woman was in the ofllce. He raises
h 1 If I try to telephone him daring
business."
"Just the same, I got a hunch hell
be np to supper tonight, and when I
get a hunch things happen. Lay down
on the sofa, dearie, and rest up youi
red eyes. Take my tip he'll be up to
supper tonight. Tm going to order him
a double sirloin and a can of them im-
(Continued Tomorrow)
NAPIER GRASS

Plant now and have abundance of of-high
high of-high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc. For plans and
particulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. tf
All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
block. 5-tf
6 ?m

7 "T iu write ror your copy today, it
C' gt. -k fj describes the finest and most
J" -J3p extensive collection of orna-
li" mental plant materials and
rViil tropical and sub-tropical
pri) J, JTr" frnita grown in Florida. This
f5.y tI 'is of value to those interested
1 vrls. TXfcsrr' in town planning and other
1 1 1 -p-y--- civic work as well as borne
1 1 HS &fZ- a builders write us regarding

Barney Spencer
Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers ft
Private Morgue and Chapel 6
MOTOR EQUIPMENT 1
Office Phone 350. Ocala, FT, i
217 W. Broadway jj
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala.. Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE
You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 4-tf
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court .Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
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PHONE 348

C V. Roberts
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In Its New Location,

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a complete line of

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Patronize Home Industry
We Guarantee Satisfaction.

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City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

dood -name

Dodge Brothers
Sedan

MACK TAYLOR

Do You Live in a House
or in a Home?
Prehistoric people lived in caves, closed with boulders inside
were stones, dirt and a meagre fire. Little they cared for the
outside world, or the pleasures of the garden.
. And in the middle ages the peoples of the Old World lived in
stern, forbidding, fortress-Eke homes built to repel invaders and
make safe the domestic hearth. But -they, in their deeper love
for the emotional refinements of life, enclosed gardens of de delight
light delight within their defensive walls. f
Now re, with our modern civilization and facilities for gar-
dens of beauty and comfort what are We doing? How far
ahead are we cf Cave Man or Moor? Answer the question
frankly to yourself then take up the matter of the planning of
your grounds with the best available source of information in
the Stale.
Reasoncr Brothers
Royal Palm Nurseries
' Department of Landscape Desfa
, BOX 133, "ONECO, FLORIDA

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- If-you have any society items for

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the Star, please call five-one.

' Mrs. Clarence Camp was hostess

this morning to the two-table Friday

morning auction club.

:' Brown bread and caked
Carter's Bakery Saturday.

beans at
lS-2t

Complete line of watches for every everybody
body everybody at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
' Harrington Hall block. 5-tf

4Your wants in fresh meats and
: groceries will be promptly attended to
- if youH call phone 108. Main Street
Market. 4-tf

- : ,000.
. MissMabel Voyle of Gainesville, isj Thrash: Inspection 85 per cent; but but-expected
expected but-expected Sunday for a-hort visit to j ter fat 4.7 per cent; bacteria, 148,000.

Miss Susie Lou Ellis and her mother,!
Mrs. S. A.' Ellis.
Brown bread -and caked beans at
Carter's Bakery 'Saturday. 13-2t
- i-. Shis is a Studebaker year.
Our repair work is guaranteed sat
isfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler. 5-tf
Mr. nd Mrs. Wilbur Smith and
children of Sanford, are spending
few days in Ocala at the home of Mrs.
Smith's mother, Mrs. McRae.
Fresh meats
Street Market.
and poulary.
Phone 108.
Main
4-tf
We are making plenty of Pullman
hraH everv dav now. Federal Bak
ery. 3-6
Krnwn bread and caked beans at
Carter's Bakery Saturday. 13-2t
Mr. Robert Hager of Connecticut
has joined his parents in Ocala, and
wyi spend the remainder of the winter
here.
18 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with a
purchase of other groceries amount
ino- to $1.00 or over. Saturday and
Monday at the 3 U-Serve Stores. 2t
Mrs. I. E. Martin and .baby who
. have been in the Marion County Hos
pital for the past two months, have re
turned to their home at Oklawaha.
This is a Studebaker year.
Federal Fruit Cake.
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The Eutawah class of the Methodis
church will hold its regular monthly
' meeting at the home of Mrs. White,
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Borland and Miss Louise Bor
land, after a pleasant visit in Ocala
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L,
Borland, have returned to their home
in Pittscburgh, Pa.
Mr and Mrs. LaGonika, after
week's visit in Ocala, with Mrs. La
Gonika's brother, Mrs. J. G. Batts and
family, left' this morning for their
home in Georgia, making the trip by
auto.
Mr. and Mrs.- L. M. Jones of Mil
ledgeville, Ga., are expected Sunday
and will spend the next two. weeks
with Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. P. V,
Leavengood. Mr. Jones comes espe
cially to enjoy the hunting.
Mrs. Joseph W. Rowntree, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Van Engelkeri? who
with her little daughter was to come
to Ocala right after the holidays, had
to postpone her trip for a month or
longer on account of serious ear trou
ble of the baby. )
The many friends of Rev. Campbel
Gray will be interested to know that
he has accepted a call to St. Paul';
church, Peoria, 111., where he and his
family expact' to go the first part of
February. Since leaving Ocala sev several
eral several years ago, Rev. Gray has been in
Rinelander, Wis.
Mrs. Grider Perkins has returned
from. Jacksonville, where she has
spent the past two weeks with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. Periuns will spend the next
two weeks on the east coast, and while
in Miami this week will take advant advantage
age advantage of the gala occasion in that city
at the dedication of the Shriner tem temple,
ple, temple, which starts today.
Rev. Lucien A. Spencer, department
chaplain of the American Legion, has
returned to his home in Fort Myers,
after having attended the recent meet meeting
ing meeting of that organization in this city.
Mr. Spencer is U. S. Indian commis commissioner
sioner commissioner in charge of the work among
the Seminoles, and was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Ott during his
stay in Ocala.
;
Mr. Welsh Dewey of Birmingham,
called his parents over long distance
a few nights ago, announcing that he
would leave immeditaely for Chicago,
where he has been transfered. Mr.
Dewey is connected wrth the Southern
Seating Company of Chicago, .an for
several 3ars has been in Birmingham,
a branch office being maintained there
by the firm, and his transfer to the
home office is a decided promotion.
HICKORY, OAK AND P1M5
WOOD, $2 LOAD. DELIVERED. R.
y TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf
'Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Federal Fruit Cake! 16-tf

Health 6ff1ceK s report

, FOR MONTH OF DECEMBER
Dairies inspected and milk examm-
as follows:
Close. Inspection, 92 per cent; but-.

ter fat, 4.3 per cent; batceria, 116,000.
Counts: Butter fat, 4 per cent;
bacteria, 220,000.
Gray: Inspection, 84 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat,.5.2 per cent; bacteria, 145,000.
Green: Inspection, 83 per cent; but

ter fat, 5.8 per cent; bacteria 119,000,
Painter: Inspection 93 per cent;
butter fat 4 per cent; batceria, 92,000.
Pooppe: Inspection 80 per cent;
butter fat, 5 per cent; batceria, 110,-
000.
Warner: Inspection 80 per cent;
butter fat, 5 per cent; batceria, 110, 110,-000.
000. 110,-000. Thompson: Inspection IS per cent;
butter fat, 4.5 per cent; bacteria 220,-
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Heintz, Pasteur,;
Roe Marsh, Cook, Carter, Federal,
Sarasota, excellent; Mordis,-Magnolia,
New York, Dawkins, Broadway, City
Fish Market, good; Golman, fair.
WEATHER COULDNT SHUT j
THE GOOD SPORTS UPj
Only one squad braved the cold
wind at the regular shoot of the Ocala
Gun Club yesterday afternoon. All
those who were absent missed a fine
chance to lower their general average.
The score follows:
W. P. Preer 43
Ed Tucker 42
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50
50
50
50
50
Paul Simmons 37
Dr. Harry Walters 34
Howard Walters ,..3
A CONFESSION AND
STATEMENT BY
CHARLES E. SIMMONS
I wish to make the following an-
nouncement, in order to let all citizens
of Ocala as well as Marion county
know my motto is SERVICE FIRST.
My FREE SERVICE CAR is at
your command any time, and I mean
V at
oy tnis: ;
If you are out of gasoline we will
deliver it FREE.
If broke down we will pull you in
FREE,
If any trouble t all we will come
to you FREE.
If battery run down we will put
service in FREE.
ANY place in the city or distance
of FIVE MILES, all you have to do
is PHONE NO. 71.
Hoving this will correct the state statement,
ment, statement, I am Yours for service,
12-3t Chas E. Simmons.
Fraternal Orders
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.
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. m.
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 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.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. 4-tf

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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
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
FOR RENT Comfortable rooms' for j
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-lZt
WOOD All lengths oak or pine; for
cookstove, heater or fireplace. I
give you quick service. Phone 322.
Also pair of mules, jkw wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N.
Magnolia St., Ocala. 3-lm
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 Larne Ca,irflipb,ael," and a
$1 bill. Finder please return to
Mrs. Weller Carmichael, phone
278. H-3t
LOST Left hand automobile glove,
black leather. Please return to
Rev. C. W. White. l-13-2t
HAULING! We are equipped with
two good trucks and do hauling of
all kinds at reasonable prices. Our
motto; "Prompt ftnd efficient serv service."
ice." service." Cordrey Bros. Transfer Line.
Phone 434. 1-11-tf
WANTED Salesmen Any
man who can meet and
talk with garage men and
automobile owners can
handle our proposition.
There are no age limita limitations.
tions. limitations. Address Frank's
- Manufacturing Company,
206 La Plaza Theater build building,
ing, building, St. Petersburg, Fla.
12-3t
WANTED Two good orange tree
pruners at once. Good wages. Apply
to J. D. Martsolf, Candler, Fla. 12-6
WANTED Room and board in pri private
vate private family. Address Mr. James,
Electric Shoe Shop. 12-3t
FOR RENT Large, airy bed room,
completely and nicely furnished, in
splendid neighborhood; all modern
conveniences; also use of garage.
Rates reasonable. Address, Room,
care of Star, or call at 506 E. Fort
King Ave. 13-tf
STRAYED Yesterday afternoon, one
large, solid black mule. Notify Bla Bla-lock
lock Bla-lock Brothers. 13-tf
TO RENT OR BUY A farm; about
30 or 40 acres, close in and if pos possible
sible possible with tools and farming imple implements.
ments. implements. Mr. Wallace, 120 North
Sanchez, or phone 440. 13-6t
FOR SALE Oak and pine wood for
stove or fireplace. Half load, $1,
full load $2. Broadway Wood Yard,
L. A. Sanders, Prof. 12-6t
FOR SALE Six-room house, twy
blocks from postoffice. Price $750.
S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 12-12tl

Why Cold Treatments

For Children hhotrid
Be External
The-child's stomach is delicate and
nearly all physicians will agree tnat
i every upsetting influence should be
avoided. Internal medicines are some
times necessary but invariably they
have a bad effect on the child's. sys-
iteni. Such slight ailments as coughs,
j successfully treated externally.
Camthol, an excellent croup and
pneumonia salve, especially prepared
. for children, when rubbed vigorously
into the chest, throat and temples and
spread in the nostrils and throat will
break up the phlegm, clear the air
; passages, soothe and heal. It stops
! a cold without the need of internal
medicines.
It contains no capsicum and does
not blister the skin as many other!
salves do. 30c. at all drug stores,
i Southern Drug Manufactures ..Co..
Jacksonville, Fla., Wholesale Distrib Distrib-'
' Distrib-' I utors. Adv. 5
; Phone 108 and get the best meat
l i.ii t
i ana me quickest delivery service m
I town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar
This is a Studebaker year.
Rcb-My-Tism.antiscpticand pain
killer, for infected sores, tetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism
Good Things to Eat
George's Pure 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
Sew Zealand Rabbit
Sliced Pickled Lamb Tongue
Finnan Haddie, ready to fry
Russian Sardines in Kegs
0. K. Teapot Grocery
FOR SALE
I have decided to put on the market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2Yz or five-acre lots,
part cash and five, years to pay bal
ance. See me tor 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.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 34 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or sell. House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old Survey, Ocala,
tVio smith 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.
W. D. CARN
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
This is to certify that I have this
Haw Tilard in the citv nound the fol
lowing described animal, which has
been found running at large witnm me
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to tne oramance oi saiu cny;
One brinule cow, marked upper slit
one ear, split in other, chain around
horns.
The owner thereof, of his agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
towit: On the 16th -day of January
1922, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
. Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder.

4 SERVICE TRY
PHONE 71
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OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, EE.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
lill'Jl'J:..
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A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
ocala, Florida:
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND. BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guar-iriteed.
iriteed. guar-iriteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
sEABOARD AIH LINE RAILROAD
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2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
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.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.''
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1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
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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
1:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
i0:15pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

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