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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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O.CALA

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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Sunday; alowly. rising temperature. Sun rises tomorrow, 7:09; Sets, 5:10. TEMPERATURES "H"3 morning, 39; this afternoon, S3.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1922 V 7 -. 0 NUMBER 12

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1STEAD OF MAILS
Postmaster General Hays May Re&ign
flia Office in Order to Lay Up a
Few Dollars for His
" Old Age
. (Associated Press)"
The announcement that Postmaster Postmaster-General
General Postmaster-General Hays will shortly retire from
the cabinet was made at the White
House today. After a forty minute
conference with Mr. Hays, President
Harding said he could not well object
to Hays' retirement to become head of
the National Association of Motion
Picture Producers and Distributors,
lias Too Much Mind to Make Up In
a Hurry
Washington, Jan. 14. Postmaster Postmaster-General
General Postmaster-General Hays confered with President
Harding today respecting the offer
made to him by motion picture pro producers
ducers producers to becohie head of their na national
tional national organization.
Reports have been persistent in
Washington for several weeks that
Mr. Hays would accept the offer and
retire from the cabinet, but he said to today
day today he did not think he would be
able, even after his conference with
the president, to announce a "conclus "conclusive
ive "conclusive decision."
His Probable Successors
Mr. Hays discussing the matter in informally
formally informally said no date for his retire retirement
ment retirement had been decided on, that the
matter was being left open waiting
his negotiations with the producers.
He refused to discuss the salary offer offered
ed offered but it is reported to be upward of
15U,G0O a year.
Probable successors mentioned in?
elude Senator New of Indiana, Hubert
Work, president first assistant post postmaster
master postmaster general, Walter Hickey, a
Kansas City manufacturer, and Rep Representative
resentative Representative Steenerson, of Minnesota.
ONCE WAS ENOUGH
New York, Jan. 14 (By Associated
Press). Ring followers conceding
with Tex Rickard that another match
in America between Dempsey and
Carpentier would be a financial fizzle,
are inclined to believe today that such
a scrimmage might be staged abroad
with fair profit.
MISS DUVAL'S BIRTHDAY
The seventh birthday of little Miss
Adelaide Duval, which anniversary
occurred yesterday, was celebrated
in the afternoon with a large party at
whichshe entertained about forty of
her little friends.
The guests began to arrive at the
appointed hour and from then until
the time they took their departure
the time was filled with all kinds of
fun; games were played out of doors
and music was enjoyed within the
house.
Late in the afternoon the guests
were invited into the dining room,
where refreshments were served. Two
long tables were arranged for the
guests. There were two birthday
cakes, one on each table. One was cut
by the honor guest, the other by Jose Josephine
phine Josephine Todd, whose birthday was
Thursday. A color scheme of pink
and white was carried out. Pink can candles
dles candles in candelabras were used on the
tables, the cakes were iced in white
and decorated with pink. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments of ice cream and devil's food
cake were served..
Several grown-ups joined the chil children
dren children and thoroughly enjoyed the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon with them. One of the special
things that was done during the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was the taking of pictures,
which will be a pleasant remembrance
in the years to come of a very happy
time.
Adelaide was the recpient of many
beautiful presents. The guests late in
the afternoon took their departure
with lingering good-byes and wishes
for many happy returns of the day.
GREETINGS TO THE
PEOPLE CALLED BAPTISTS
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It is especially urged that you be
in your places at all services" of the
church tomorrow. The pastor needs
the inspiration of your presence 'and
you need the blessings to be found found-only
only found-only in God's house. Be on hand, on
time, with a purpose to have a real
part in the worship of God. During
the afternoon, the deacons of the
church will conduct the annual every every-member
member every-member canvass for subscriptions to
meet the 1922 budget of current ex expenses.
penses. expenses. We paid out in full last year.
Let's get started right in the New
Year. Please remain at home tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon until you have been
visited. Make your subscription as
large as you can in order that the
church may enter an enlarged pro program
gram program of work. The officers of the
church have every confidence that you
will do your best.
C, L. Collins, Pastor.

MADE A SCARCITY
- OF!. IMS

Louisiana Citizens Seem to Not Like
People Who Try to Use Law
To Avoid Labor
(Associated Press)
Shreveport, La., Jan. 14. Search is
being made today in this vicinity for
Harold Mulks, said to-be attorney for
the American Civil Liberties League
of New, Yor, who was seized in the
lobby of a local hotel last night by two
masked men, placed in a motor car
and whisked away from the city in a
westerly direction.
Mulks was to have appeared in
court here today as attorney for three
men sentenced to the' Paris prison
farm for vagrancy and who are de declared
clared declared by the authorities to be Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Workers of the World. One of
them, said to be an I. W. W. organizer,
appealed his case and announced ha habeas
beas habeas corpus proceedings to bring
about release of the other two would
be instituted.
$600 BUYS A COZY "COTTAGE,
TRUCK AND POULTRY FARM
Cozy cottage with sleeping porch;
painted; plastered; well of excellent
water; lovely oak shade; fifteen or
ange trees, plum and persimmons.
Five acres all fenced in tillage; con congenial
genial congenial neighbors. One and one-half
mile to city limits. Price $600 and
for quick sale will inclue household
and kitchen furniture. James -Hall,
Florida House, phone 218.
It
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
(Associated Press;
Washington, Jan. 14. Generally
fair weather but with probably rains
Wednesday to Friday, with tempera temperatures
tures temperatures below normal, probable frosts,
is the forecast for Florida during the
wek beginning Sunday.
FUNERAL OF L. A. WILCOX
The funeral service of L. A. Wilcox
was held, from the chapel of George
MacKay & Company yesterday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. After a short ad address
dress address by Rev. W. F. Creson, of the
Presbyterian church, the service was
taken charge of by the Masons, under
the leadership of Mr. A. C. Blowers.
The remains were interred in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood cemetery. The following Masons
acted as pall bearers: Messrs. C. E.
Simmons, B. L. Adams, F. W. Cook,
R. L. Martin, T. M. Kilgore and B. C.
Webb.
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck was hostess
Thursday afternoon to the Daughters
of the Wesley Bible Class, of which
she is president. This was the first
meeting of the year, and a large and
enthusiastic attendance was present.
The meeting was a social and business
one combined and an interesting lit
erary program was given, interspers
ed with musical numbers. The meet
ing was opened by a devotional serv
ice which was held by Mrs. White,
Mrs. Ten Eyck assisted by Mrs. C. E,
Simmons and Mrs. A. T. Thomas
served refreshments. The meeting
then adjourned to meet Feb. 8th, the
second Wednesday of each month be
ing, the regular meeting day.
There will be a double-header bas basketball
ketball basketball game tonight at 7 o'clock at
the high school court. The girls of the
Ocala high school will meet the girls'
team of Bartow and the boys' Ocala
high school team will meet the boys'
Bartow team. The game will start at
7:30. Let every one turn out and give
thes teams good backing. After these
game there will be a subscription
dance at the Woman's Club.
Brown bread and caked beans at
Carter's. Bakery Saturday. 13-2t
Don't forget the big sale of the
Millwood farm next Wednesday, Jan
uary 18th, at 10 a. m., near Reddick,
Have you thought about it? You
can buy good Millwood farms, near
Reddick, January 18th, at 10 a. m.,
at your own price, as the highest dol
lar will get the deeds. It
Miss Madge Pedrick is visiting 'her
mothe- and brother in Tallahassee.
W. K. lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, FU. tf
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 & VulcanizingLand the quickest delivery service in

Company.
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SOUTHERN IRELAND
PROVES SENSIBLE

In Spite of Absence of Valera & Co,
It Has Unanimously Ratified The
Anglo-Irish Agreement
Dublin, Jan. 14. (By Associated
Press). The Anglo-Irish treaty,
creating the Irish Free State, was
unanimously ratified today by the
south Ireland parliament. Eanion de
Valera and his supporters who oppos opposed
ed opposed thet reaty in the Dail Eireann were
absent.
FREED SINN FEINERS
Belfast, Jan. 14 (By Associated
Press). Ninety-six Sinn Fein prison prisoners
ers prisoners were released today. The streets
surrounding the prison were strongly
guarded by soldiers and police but no
public "demonstration was made.
PORTUGAL CLAIMS TO BE
AMERICA'S GRAND PARENT
Columbus, According to Portuguese
Academy of Science, Was
Born in that Country
Lisbon, Jan. 14. (By Associated
Press). Christopher Columbus, dis discoverer
coverer discoverer of America, was born in Por Portugal,
tugal, Portugal, the Portuguese Academy of
Science was told yesterday by Patro Patro-cinio
cinio Patro-cinio Ribeiro, a member. Heretofore
it has an historically accepted fact
that Columbus was born in Genoa,
Italy.
CARD OF THANKS
Knowing that it is impossible for us
to see each and every one separately,
we take this way of expressing our
appreciation for the lovely flowers and
kind words given us during the sick sickness
ness sickness and death of our dear beloved
husband, father and son. We espe especially
cially especially wish to thank the Masons and
Eastern Star, doctors and nurses who
so tenderly cared for him at all times.
Mrs. L. A. Wilson and Family.
Mrs. J. M. Gross of Miami, state
president of the Woman's Missionary
Society of the Methodist church, will
arrive in Ocala Monday afternoon.
Monday night at the Methodist church
at 7 :30 o'clock, there will be an open
meeting at which Mrs. Gross will talk
on missions. The public is cordially
invited to attend. On Tuesday after
noon at the church at 3:30 there will
be a meeting of the missionary socie society.
ty. society. This is the first time that Mrs.
Gross has visited Ocala and it is
hoped that there will be a full attend
ance. Immediately following the
meeting there will be a social hour.
Mrs. Mary Williams, formerly of
Ocala, but now living in Jacksonville,
was operated on Thursday. Yesterday
afternoon Mr. George Williams, her
son, received the discouraging news
that she was not doing as well as was
hoped, and last night another tele
gram was received stating that. Mrs.
Williams' condition was critical. Mr.
and Mrs. George Williams left on the
early morning train to be with his
mother. No further particulars have
been received.
Mr. N. E. Davis of Cincinnati, ar
rived in Ocala yesterday and spent a
few hours with his sisters, Mrs. C. R.
Tydings and Miss Annie Davis. He
left on the afternoon train for Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, where he will be the guest of his
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn,
but will return to Ocala Monday to
spend a couple of weeks here with his
sisters.
There will be mass tomorrow morn
ing at the Catholic church.
Take your watch and jewelry re
pair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. 5-tf
Our sausage is always fresh rs 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
Mrs. Shell Davis, who with Mr. Da Davis
vis Davis is visiting Mrs. C. R. Tydings, left
yesterday to spend the week-end in
Orlando.
This is a Studebaker year.
Federal Fuit Cake.
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Miss Mary Sheppard, principal of
the Ocala schools, has returned from
Tallahassee, where she acted as a
member of the school book commis commission.
sion. commission. Miss Sheppard says the com commission
mission commission made as few changes as pos possible
sible possible in the books.
Phone 108 and get the best meat
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf

JII01C. STOCKTON

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Jan. 14. John N. C.
Stockton, one of Jacksonville's -foremost
citizens, died at his home here
shortly after noon Friday, of acute
indigestion, which developed aftec
breakfast. His death was unexpected,
as he was in perfect health and good!
spirits yesterday morning. The funer funeral
al funeral arrangements have not been, com completed.
pleted. completed. AWAITING HIS DAUGHTER'S
ARRIVAL
Jacksonville's Jan. 14. Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements for the funeral of John N. C.
Stockton, who died suddenly at his
home here yesterday of acute indiges indigestion,
tion, indigestion, were not completed at noon to today,
day, today, but the family announced that
burial would be in Evergreen ceme cemetery
tery cemetery here. Mr. Stockton's daughter
resides in Minneapolis, Minn., and
members of the family said the funer funeral
al funeral would not be held until her arrival,
probably Monday.
Mr. Stockton was one of the best
known and most esteemed men in
Florida, and the news of his death
will be read with deep regret in every
part of the state.
BACK IT UP WITH BAYONETS
Otherwise It is Useless to Expect
Germans to Yield to Demand
for War Criminals
Paris, Jan. 14. (By Associated
Press. The surrender of Germans
charged with offenses in connection
with the world war for trial, is recom recommended
mended recommended in two resolutions adopted by
the inter-allied commission on war
claims made public today.
FRANK'S JANUARY SALE
Frank's store was closed all yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon and this morning until
9 o'clock, while the sales force was
getting the big stock ready for the
January clearance sale that opened
this morning and will last until Jan January
uary January 31st.
For the past several years it has
been the custom of this uptodate
mercantile house every January to
give its customers and the general
public advantage of rock bottom prices
on its complete stock. Everything in
the line of ready-to-wear, cotton and
silk bolt goods, etc., laces and em embroideries
broideries embroideries has been marked down in
this sale. The first fifty customers
that entered the store this morning
were given prizes, in the way of pieces
of lingerie, novelties, etc.
Everything in the store is marked
at such remarkably low figures that it
will pay the economical house wives
to replace their old stock and lay in
additional things for future use.
When the doors opened this morn morning
ing morning there was a large crowd waiting
to take advantage of the remarkably
low prices that are being offered at
this sale.
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 T mean
by this:
If you are out of gasoline we will
deliver it FREE.
If broke down we will 'pull you in
FREE.
If any trouble at 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.
Mr. J. E. Stephens of Crystal River
and one of his smart little boys were
in town yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane have
moved into their new apartment house
on Wenona street, which has only re recently
cently recently been completed.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigair
All that is good and safe in Chiro Chiropractic
practic Chiropractic and electro magnetic treat treatment.
ment. treatment. See Dr. Kiplinger, at the Ocala
House. 10-5t
Mrs. J. W. Walters and Miss Willie
Walters of Albany, Gav'mother and

sister of Mrs. N. R. Dehon, arrived in ey ey-Ocala
Ocala ey-Ocala yesterday and will be her guests j

for the next two weeks.
beans at
Brown bread and caked
Carter's Bakery Saturday.
13-2t
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Our repair work is guaranteed sat
isfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler. 5-tf

lOUGHBQYS NOT

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REOE.OAU
Splendid Care Taken by Officers And
Crew of Transport Crook of
Home-Coming Soldiers
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 14. The United
States transport Crook, which was in
serious difficulties at sea Wednesday,
when she sent out wireless calls lor
aid, arrived here $day.
SHOT CRAPS IN FANCIED SECU SECURITY
RITY SECURITY Thousands of doughboys returning
from Germany learned today for the
first time that their ship had sprung
a leak last Tuesday and were in dan danger
ger danger during the great gales that swept
:h3 north Atlantic. "Not a crap game
was stopped," was the smiling com comment
ment comment of Captain Reppa. The dough doughboys
boys doughboys eagerly scanned the newspapers
giving an account of the vessel's
plight, then remarked that seasick seasickness
ness seasickness gave them more concern than
anything else.
THE DANGER WAS GREAT
Captain Reppa said that most of the
crew, was sent below decks to plug up
opened seams.
ALPHA AND OMEGA
The Crook brought fourteen Ger German
man German brides and eight babies, and also
G52 bodies of American soldiers from
French cemeteries.
ETERNAL UMPIRE HAS
SAID SHIBE IS OUT
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Jan. 14. Benjamin F.
Shibe, president of the Philadelphia
American League baseball club died
today. He was 83 years old and had
been in bad health for two years.
Mr. Joseph Malever, the faithful
vice giand of Tulula Lodge, I. O. O.
F., is never happy unless he is doing
something good for somebody else.
After the meeting of the lodge was
over Tuesday night, he called all his
brethren down to Dewey's restaurant,
where a bountiful oyster supper
awaited them. Joe is a good Odd
Fellow and proves it by trying to help
all his friends keep even. At that
meeting, Messrs. Lloyd McCarthy and
H. G. Shealy took the first degree,
while Mr. A. J. Stephens won third
and 'as draped with the scarlet collar.
Mr. L. M. Murray is going around
with his arm in. a sling, suffering
with a broken shoulder.. Late Thursday
night, JMr. Murray went on the back
porch to turn on a light and in the
dark tripped over a piece of wood, and
being unable to catch himself fell on
his shoulder which was fractured.
Although Mr. Murray is about as usu usual
al usual today, it will probably be some time
before he can use his arm. It,is the
right shoulder and arm.
Among the Star's callers today was
Mr. J. L. Grantham of Sparr. He re reports
ports reports that he will load a carload of
the finest cabbage ever 'grown in
Marion county at Lowell next Monday
and Tuesday. This car is being loaded
jointly with Mr. H. T- Hall of Lowell.
Messrs. Grantham & Meadows have
one of the prettiest eight-acre patches
of cabbage at Sparr, the neighbors
say, in Marion county.
The fire yesterday afternoon about
2:30 was in a negro house a little
north of the fair grounds. Thanks to
the prompt response of the fire lad laddies,
dies, laddies, the damage was only a slight
hole in the roof near the main chim chimney
ney chimney of the house. The fire was likely
caused by a defective chimney.
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf
Federal Fruit Cake.
16-tf
IS 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
We hear there was a fire at Wilcox
the other night and that Jack Brooks,
the efficient engineer on the Ocala Ocala-Wilcox
Wilcox Ocala-Wilcox Sunrise and Sundown special,
sustained a loss thereby. His friends
are sympathizing with him.
Fresh meats
Street Market.
and poulary. Main
Phone 108. 4-tf
We are malting plenty of Pullman
bread every day now. Federal Bak-
j Mr. H. L. Anderson, after a visit to
jhis brother, Mr. R. L. Anderson, and
; family here, has returned to his home
: in Jacksonville. Mr. Anderson main-
j tains, in Jacksonville as in Ocala, his
j reputation as one of the most clever j
j lawyers in the state. v

OCALA'S CREAMERY

IS III 0PERAT1
j An Excellent Enterprise, Peculiarly
Adapted to the Territory, and
One Which ; Marion County
Mustn't Fail to Keep Up
There was no booming of cannon,
ringing of bells nor universal blowing
of whistles in Ocala Friday morning
when the Marion County Creamery
had its formal opening, tho possibly
no more important event to the people
of the county has taken place in some
years.
The equipment is not all in running
order yet, but a crew of workmen is
busy with each department, and in a
day or two everything will be finish finished
ed finished and Ocala will have an industry
that has long been needed, and one
that we believe will be thoroughly ap ap-precitaed
precitaed ap-precitaed by her citizens.
Many phone orders had been sent in
and the deliveryme'rr immediately get
busy in filling them. The retail de delivery
livery delivery orders are necessarily limited
at this time, so it was thought best
to make up into butter a good por
tion of the milk delivered to the plat platform
form platform on Friday. Over one hundred
pounds of real home made creamery
butter was churned, "and it was all
disposed of before.it left 'the churns.
As to city delivery, only one delivery
a day will be made until another is
found necessary.
The plant is now equipped for a
thousand gallons of milk a day which
capacity will be added to as the case
demands.
When milk is delivered to the plant
it is weighed and immediately put
into the clarifying machine, which re removes
moves removes any foreign substance that
may be in it. After this process it is
transferred to the pasteurizing vat,
then to the cooling rooms kept at a
zero temperature by the concern's
own freezing plant. After it has been
thoroughly cooled it ds either made
into butter or bottled for local deliv
ery. The bottling process is the most
modern, and from the time the milk
is delivered to the platform until it
is in sealed bottles ready for local
delivery it is not touched by hand in
any manner, thus assuring a most
sanitary product. This automatic
bottlingmachine is a, wonder and
should be seen by our people to be
thoroughly apprecitaed.
Besides furnishing fresh pasteuriz pasteurized
ed pasteurized milk for the local trade the cream
ery will furnish buttermilk, butter and
ice cream. Of course, the ice cream
will be handled mostly through the
retail channels as nothing less than
a gallon will be sold at the plant.
Mr. G. M. Shealer, who has had
twelve years experience in this line,
has charge of the plant. Mr. Shealer
was for four years instructor at the
Virginia Polytechnic Institute at
Charlottsville, Va., and is thoroughly
conversant with handling dairy pro products
ducts products in every shape.
The old saying "as busy as a bee in
a tar bucket," applies to the leading
spirits in this enterprise, namely,
Messrs. H. I Shearer, E. C. Beuch Beuch-ler,
ler, Beuch-ler, Frank W. Ditto and a number of
others, who are assisting in getting
the plant into efficient shape.
As above stated, nothing of more
importance has occurred in many
months than the opening of this
creamery wnicn win give an outlet
for the tons of milk that monthly go
to waste in Marion county on account
of the inconvenience and uncertainty
of marketing it. The creamery new
has on file orders for considerably
more milk than it can supply, but the
local demand will be the first consid consideration.
eration. consideration. Two farmers from other states
have located near Ocala within .the
past two weeks, brought here by
nothing else than the opening of the
creamery wnicn assures them of a
ready and convenient market for their
dairy products.
INSPIRATIONAL MEETING
The inspirational meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church will be held at the church
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock: Mrs.
E. A. Osborne, secretary of the r.s r.s-sembly
sembly r.s-sembly home mission board, will con conduct
duct conduct this meeting.
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Secretary.
ATTENTION, LADIES
We have some extra and very" com competent
petent competent help just now and that more
of the ladies of Ocala may become ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the excellent service
we are rendering, we will give sham shampoos
poos shampoos all during the week beginning
Monday, Jan. 16th, for 50c and "75c
that are ordinarily $1 and $1.25. Only
soft water is used in .the parlor.
Mylady's Beauty Parlor,
14-6t" Phone 272. S. M. Hooper, Prop.
This U a" Studebaker year.

POIAIRE'S TASK
.''.-".''"

IS FROOIG
Other Eminent French Statesmen Re Refuse
fuse Refuse to Help Him in Form
ing a Cabinet
Paris, -Jan. 14. (By Associated
Press).' Poincaire in his task of
forming a French cabinet to succeed
the Briand ministry, asked former
Premier Viviani to accept the port of
minister of justice, with the vice pres pres-iency
iency pres-iency of the cabinet, but Viviani re refused,
fused, refused, it was officially announced this
afternoon.
MUSTAPHA KEMAL PASHA
IS DEAD ONCE MORE
London, Jan. 14. (By Associated
Press).- Mustapha Kemal JPasha,
Turkic nationalist leader, has been
murdered, says a Constantinople dis
patch. ; ;v
SCANDALIZE SMALL?
Waukegan, HI., Jan. 14. (By As As-socitaed
socitaed As-socitaed Press). Counsel for Gover
nor Small and Vernon Curtis, charged
with conspiracy to embezzle ; state
funds today asked Judge Edwards to
strike out parts of the state's bUl of
particulars as "irrelevant and scan
dalous." .-
WIG TOG SMALL FOR FRANKLIN
Repi-esentative From the New Amer America
ica America Had to Appear Before French
- King-In Bald Pate.
Benjamin Franklin was about to be
I r?r-en ted to the French king on the
occasion of his first visit to France in
the capacity of representative from
the new America. The court custom,
of the time demanded that one going
to an audience with .the king must
wear a wig of the proper fashion. A
count, who had Franklin In tow, nent
a wigmaker the. day before to take
Franklin's measure and .fit him out
for the audience.- The wigmaker ar arrived
rived arrived at Franklin's lodgings, measured
the poll of the great American fore
and aft and around and-about and
took bis departure. An, hour before
"the audience the wigmaker .returned
with. the wig. Iiut when Franklin At Attempted
tempted Attempted to put It on It would sot
fit ; he couldn't begin to get It on his
brad. "Fir." said Franklin to the
wigmaker, "your wig is-unfortunately
too small for my head."
"Pardonnez moi, monsieur,' replied
the wigmaker, "your licud Is vastly too
large and quite beyond the fashion of
the court.
Franklin, appeared, therefore, at
court with his bald pate and shaggy
gray hair. Detroit Free Press.
Oscillatory. x
The gob was on shore leave and
happy becauFe be had found a girl as
affectionate as "he. His Joy was
dimmed, however, for a bluecoat had
forbidden sjwMHiing in the park and hi
girl had tabooed It on the streets. But
life took a new turn wheu he saw
man kiss his wife farewell in front of
the Pennsylvania station. New York.
He rushed his jrtrl toward a crowd hur hurrying
rying hurrying toward, the Philadelphia express,
and bade her a fond farewell. "When
the crowd thinned, they, jofhed a throng
Tor Washington, and repeated the act.
They repented it again before the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago train.
This was too much for a colored por porter
ter porter who had been watching. He
stepped up to Ihe-gub. "Ikss, he said,
"why don't you go downstairs and try
the Long If laud fetation. Dem local
trains am a-ieavin' nios all de time I
Everybody's.
Oldest Frame Building.
The quafe er meeting houj-e at Easton,
M(L, Is probably the oldest frame build building
ing building standing in the United State'
ju-t where it was ui!t and as it was
built, without any change, additions or
'subtractions, and with an"- authentic
record since 18x.'J. An occasional re replacing
placing replacing of the shingiea ou the roof aud
of the weather-boarding are all the re repairs
pairs repairs .It. haii had. Its frame. Inside
woodwork, and wnne of th weather weather-Waitling
Waitling weather-Waitling are the same us when hunt
abnut the same -time that WllHam
Penn, who visited the building, was
trading with the Indians a Dd laying
out i'hiiadeiphufr ; y
The only preservative used oo the
wood has been otd-fasbioned white whitewash
wash whitewash m the outMe. Seven of the
joriginal -.plank eats and the wood woodwork
work woodwork in?!(l have had no ialnt wba '.
ever. White uak, white pine, cypress
and sonthern pine from the Maryland
forests were the woods used.
Tides in the Stare.
Some time a?o It .as reported by a
distinguished astronomer that "the star
called Xi Geminorum. which has long
been kiiown as a variable, as In "re
ality double, but its two component
are so close that no telescope U able
to separate them, and their existence
Is proved by the shifting lines la the
spectrum. The variation" in bright brightness.
ness. brightness. It Is thought, can only be dne to
the attraction between the two stars
raising insmene tid in their molten
or "vaporous gMsr which, through
the efforts of compression or other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, displace the spectral lines.



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barrassment atn-barrassment because of their attire,

and Judge Earman has taken it upon j The editor of the Star took a night
himself to provide textbooks, having j off Thursday evening and joined a

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Friday was the thirteenth, but we

had no more ill lack than usual.

We see that little Tommy Watson
was absent from the Senate when the
Newberrv vote came up. And he

wasn't paired. But maybe even

republican senator wouldn't conde
scent to pair with Tom Watson.

The Star greatly regrets to an
nounce the death of John N, C. Stock

ton. .He was one of the world's noble noblemen,
men, noblemen, and one of the best citizens

Florida ever had. We mourn his

death as that of a personal friend.

visit to Dunnellon.

The party started about 6:20 and

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

as

frstprs sentenced-tefthe school

-

will become members of special

classes and will be instructed by a
teacher employed by the city school

board. Classes will be held ra the

city school building at hpurs which
will not conflict with the regular
classes of the school, the girls and

young women to attend from 3:30 to
6:30 p. m. In order that the students
may have individual instruction,

classes will be limited to twenty mem members
bers members and when the pupils have worked

their way through a simple spelling

book, a second reader and fractions

they will be given diplomas with all
the ceremony incident to a high school

commencement.

Our friend, Judge McConathy,

wants to know if Newberry isn't bet

ter than senators and congressmen

who bribe voters with appropriations
We think not, Judge. Most appropria

tions are useful to at least some part

of a congressman's constituency, and

even if securing them is partly a
bribe it at least shows some deference
to public opinion. If the Newberry
example prevails, elections in Amer

ica will become as unblushmgly cor corrupt
rupt corrupt as a wide-open town. There is
lots of sin some of it brazen, but
most of it more or less ashamed of
itself. There is some redeeming
power in shame, but none in brass.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

A young man, noticing our new
feature, said he was more interested in

when the moon than the sun rose

S'all right, son; if you are going to
keep on making love to that girl you
had better not get the sun catch you

, napping often.

German girls are said to possess
many attractions for American sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. They are said to make the best
of cooks and like to stay at home
and take care of things while social
"stunts" bother them very little.
Clearwater Sun.

They will make good slaves for their

American daughters.

We do not approve, of course, of

that young man shooting a girl, in
Asheville, the other day, but there is

perhaps some slight tho reprehensi

ble sense of reassurance in the fact
that it was the first inter-sex shoot shooting
ing shooting scrape in some time in which our
down-trodden gender hasn't come out
second best.

At the annual meeting of the Ocala
National Bank on the 10th the follow following
ing following officers were re-elected: John L.
Edwards, president; Charles S. Cul Cul-len,
len, Cul-len, vice president; H. D. Stokes,
cashier, who with Dr. J. E. Chace and
Mr. E. L. Wartmann compose the
board of directors. The Ocala Na National
tional National has entered on its twelfth year.
Its growth is as steady and solid as
that of a young oak.

(Evening Star January 4, 1902)
The Daily Banner made its appear

ance this morning. It shows decided

effort and is a real Jive and interest interesting
ing interesting daily. The Evening Star welcomes

it to the journalistic world.

L. L. Meggs of Orange Springs, the

Marion Midas, was in town today.,
Geo. R. McKean of Sarasota, pro

prietor of a large sawmill business,

was in town yesterday.

Miss Mary Collison of Washington,

D. C, a very charming young lady,

who has been the guest of Miss Esther

Weathers for the past two weeks,

will, leave tomorrow for home.

The correct and graceful thing was
done by Mr. E. T. Helvenston, in pro

posing a vote of thanks to the retir

ing president of the city council, Mr,

G. S. Scott, for his fair and imparts

rulings on all subjects that came be

fore him and his strenuous efforts to
act for Ocala's best interests. The
resolution was unanimously carried.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star January 14, 1912)
W. W. Harriss of Ocala was in the

city yesterday, a guest of the Brown
House. Gainesville Sun.
Mr. Hugh Nichols of Ocala and
Wildwood, left yesterday for the mar market
ket market to buy another car of mules.-
There were three cases in the re recorder's
corder's recorder's court this morning. One of
our Greek merchants was tried for
selling goods on Sunday, and there
was one case for righting. All were
fined $5 and costs.

Miss Marguerite Porter entertained
a number of her friends Saturday
afternoon with a matinee party in
honor of two visiting young ladies,
Misses Jule Wiley and Ann Will

Sanders.

jig time. The car we rose in was the

second in the line, and looking back
from a hilltop about six miles down
the long straight road, we allowed the

farmers along the route must come
to the opinion that an auto event was
on, for fully a mile back we could see
the lights of the cars as they came
along in a well-spaced line, about two
hundred yards apart. We rode with
W. W. Stripling. Strip has one of
those dandy Ford sedans, and the edi editor
tor editor being old and descrepit he took
him in to keep him out of the weather.
He also carried C. P. Howell, who will
never again be as young as he used
to be, but to keep the party from be becoming
coming becoming too venerable he added to it
George Howell, whose long legs and
longer memory are a great aid to
Uncle Sam's postal service in Ocala.
The procession ran almost as fast as
Mr. Pythias rushing to redeem Mr.
Damon, and the road wasn't so worse,
so Dunnellon was reached in little

over an hour. The bright little phos

phate city was sparkling with the
combined effort of the moon and its
fine system of electric lighst, and
the Dunnellon knights were lined up

with a hearty welcome.

Before beginning the meeting, the

entire force of both lodges left the
hall and marched in procession to the

residence of the late E. T.- Becker, in
order to pay respect to the dead, who

Dunnellon mourns as one of its best
citizens. Reaching the sorrow-

stricken home, the knights entered

with bared heads and passed in single

file by the casket, where the body of

their departed frienjj lay in his last pur services.

sleep, awaiting the morrow when his

sorrowing friends should bear it to its
final resting-place. Mr. Becker was
highly esteemed in Ocala as well as

in Dunnellon, and many of the visit-

Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Second Sunday After the Epiphany
7:30 a. ra. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon
mon sermon on the subject, "All Thinks to
All Men."
No evening service.
Methodist
a W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Special music by orchestra.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject of
sermon, "Tops." An illustrated ser sermon
mon sermon wjll be preached on "Involution,
Evolution and Revolution."
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching. Subject of
sermon, "A Disease, a Physician, u
Remedy, a Cure, a Reason."
Come and worship with us.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon subject, "Taking
Care of Ourselves at God's Expense."
6:30 p. m. Junior, Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. P. U.
7:30 pi m. Evening worship with
sermon. Subject, "A Substitute that
Failed."
a
Presbyterian

Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Grace Divine."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Young people requested to 'come.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "The Way Pre-eminent."
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting (Wed (Wednesday
nesday (Wednesday evening).

You are cordially invited to all of

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9:45 a. m. Bible school

11 a. m. Communion service foU

mg knights were his personal friends, lowed by sermon by pastor. Subject,

Returning to the hall, the knights "Making the Issue Sharp

were called to order, and the lodge 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.

being organized prepared tor worK m 7.30 p. m. Preaching by pastor.

the third rank. I is for this cere- This service will be evangelistic

mony that the Ocala degree team has Wednesday evening at 7:30 there

been organized and drilled for the will be the training class for personal

amplified work with a'prpficiency that evangelism. The books are here and

make its performance a pleasure to every one ready.

witness, me esquire wno uiat mgnti Ladies' aid soc etv Mrmrinv nfter.

sought knighthood was J. O. fcdson, noon at 3 o'clock at the church

and bravely he faced the fearsome or- Everyone cordially welcomed to all

deal, received the hearty applause of the services in this church.

the assemblage and in due time had

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Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star
intimates that all editorials, including
his own, are slush. We can not agree
with him. Except when he flattens
himself out on the Telegram we al always
ways always read his articles with great ad admiration.
miration. admiration. Taken as a whole, we be believe
lieve believe the editorials printed in the
Florida press are freer from slush
than any similar sized body of printed
matter to which we have access.

Lakeland Telegram
We. said, the other day, that Harry
Brown of the Telegram was a care careless
less careless reader, and now he has proved it
on himself. We did not "intimate"
that all editorials are slush." Our
exact words were, "And he is mourn mournfully
fully mournfully aware that much editorial opin opinion,
ion, opinion, including his own, is slush." It
stands to reason that no man can
write every day year after year, and
not write some slush. From the fact
that we reproduce about three of Har Harry
ry Harry Brown's editorials to where he pro pro-ducesone
ducesone pro-ducesone of ours, it would seem to
a man up a tree that we write more
slush than he does. Trouble with

Harry is, he is too sensitive. When
another editor gives us a dig, unless

it bears the unmistakable appearance

of malice, we grin aad bear it. Harry's

remarks about the press of Florida we
heartily endorse; in fact, we do not
exchange with any paper unless it
has a good editorial page.

TAX ASSKSSOR'S ITINERARY, 1923
No. January
30 Martel. 2nd. a. in.
4 Cotton Plant, 2nd, p. m.
6 Heidtville, 3rd, a. m.
24 Dunnellon, 3rd, p. m.
5 Romeo, 4th, a. m.
20 Blitchton, 5th, a. m.
33 Emathla, 5th, p. m.
29 Kendrick, 8th, a. m.
18--Martin, 8th, p. m.
2 Lowell. 9th, a. m.
2 Reddick, 9th, p. m.
31 Fairfield, 10th, a. m.
3 Flemington, 10th, p. m.
32 Central, 11th, a. m.
32 Geiger, 11th, p. m.

22 Mcintosh. 12th, a. m.

22 Orange Lake, 12th, p. m.

fanady, loth. a. m.

21 Santos, 15th, p. m.

21 Belleview, 16th, a. m.

23 Pedro, 17th, a. m. .

8 summerfleld, 17th, p. m.
25 Candler, 18th. a. m.
9 Oklawaha, 18th, p. m.
19 Eastlake, 19th, a. m.

19 Weirsdale, 19th, p. m.
10 Moss Bluff, 20th, a. m.
10 Electra, 20th, p. m.
11 Lynne, 23rd. a. m.
11 Conner, 23rd, p. m.
13 Burbank, 24th, a m.
13 Fort McCoy, 24th, p. m.
27 Eureka, 25th, a. m.
14 Orange Springs. 25th, p. m.
16 Citra, 26th, a. m.
26 Sparr, 26th, p. m.
17 Anthony. 27th, a. m.
17 Oak, 27th, p. m.
21 LInadale. 30th. a. m.
12 Lake Kerr, 31st, a. m.
1 Ocala, all of February.
If for any reason you cannot meet me
at my appointments, kindly list your
property and mail it to me, or call at
the tax assessor's offlce in Ocala dur during
ing during February.
W. L. COLBERT,
12-23-tf Tax Assessor.

his we reamed

Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject:

Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m

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Ocala, Fla.
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TheTalm Beach Post tells as fol follows
lows follows about an excellent move engi engineered
neered engineered by Municipal Judge Joe L.
Earman, of West Palm Beach: "Il "Illiterate
literate "Illiterate boys and girls under the age
of twenty-one who are brought into
municipal court here in future will be
sentenced to the school of opportunity
' instead of jail, as the result of a
movement launched by Municipal
Judge Joe L. Earman, former news newspaper
paper newspaper publisher and editor, and back backed
ed backed by the Rotary Club and other civic
organizations. .The school of oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity has been organized along fhe
lines of the usual public school with

a board oi inree trustees guiisisung
-of Judge Earman, City Manager Carl
Riddle and Chief of Police Frank
.Mathews. Business men have offered

realms Up
tke PMegm
Stops a of!d, soothes the
irritation, heals the inflam inflammation,
mation, inflammation, kt-eps otT the germs.

bestowed upon him

accolade.

The ceremony over, some fine talks

were made for the good of the order,

including an eloquent address from I T f

tr. i a r t tt li I

xv-nigni v. x noweii

r n ; ; a I e r

r I Hot it, avpanr KnnHoro

1 t, A; V TA-'i. -"-"J v.v. kjun juj

help but think of all that had happen
ed while the billions of gallons of wa

ter had flowed under Withlacoochee
bridge in the intervening time. Then

our country was striving to keep out
of war other nations regarded it
with contempt. Now' it has gone in,
gone thru and come out victorious,

and the proudest nations of the world

look up to America. Many of those
who had sat with us in that hall six

years before had passed the fiery or

deal and some had put their knight knighthood
hood knighthood to the final test. There were but

few in the hall that had been there

six years" before only some of the

older men of both lodges. But then it

was good to ee the great crowd of
young men who had come in to carry
on the work, and call in recruiti to

fill their places in turn. Dunnellon
had grown, Ocala bad grown, both

lodges had grown perhaps some of
those who read these words today
will remember and compare again

the growth of allin another six years

Dunnellon has a good lodge. Its of officers
ficers officers for this year are H$ C. Williams,
C. C; O. C. Williamson, V. C; A. N.

Gallant, prelate; C. C. Gaines, M. W.;

R. N. Wells, M. A.; L. M. Kibler, D

G. C; Raymond Rawls, I: G.; Porter
Young, O. G. It has a live member

ship and is steadily moving ahead.

The hour was growing late, and the

Dunnellon knights had not forgotten
the road to Ocala was long and had

many bumps on it, and that empty

tummies would shrink in the nipping

air. All during the ceremonies, an

Afro-American scullion had been
keeping watch and ward over caldrons
on a stove in the outer hall, delicious
smells meantime arising from, said

caldrons. And now the hoary sene seneschal
schal seneschal called on various Dunnellon

knights that they should lay aside

their arms and further ennoble them

selves by becoming for the time ser-
t7nfc r t Vl T Vkl0ll VOVft XXTK?V VlQ1T

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did most courteously some bearing 1 wherein j. c

in their hands large bowls filled with
royal soup, thick with fat oysters;

others bringing buckets heaped with

crackers, and some catsup and other

relishes, and still .others steaming
flagons of coffee, with sugar and
cream. And all fell to, and soon as

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NOTICE OP S FECIAL, MASTER'S SAL.B
Notice is hereby given, that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned special master, appointed by
decree of the circuit -court. Marlon

WhirVi thevl county, Florida, m chancery, or date
? IiiV.ll fclicjf I Ta,, ., ety, !, s-n a certain caiKis

Johnson is complainant,

and R. S. Rosrc-rs is defendant, I will on

Monday. Ffbrnary Oth, 1922.
offer for sale durinar le?al hours of sale
in front of the south door of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county court house, in Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and sell to the highest and best
bi(?.3er for cash, t'-e following1 described
personal property. to-tv!t:
One Cole Aero Eiarht, Sportster
tvpe. automobile, motor number
33470.

Said automobile to be sold to satisfy
said final decree and cot..
r. xiel FsnGrsox.
Special Master.
I.. W. DCVAU
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-7-Sat

NOTICE

The annual meeting of the rtock rtock-holders
holders rtock-holders of the Commercial Bank of
Ocala will be held at the ofSce of said
bank in Ocala, Florida, on the 10th
day of January, 1921, at 3 p. rru for
the purpose of electing a board f
directors for the ensuing year and the
transaction of such business as may

regularly come before said meeting, r

Koger Dodr,
Vice-President and Cashier.

Ocala, Fla, Dec 24. 1321. 12-24-atJ

LOCATION: This grand estate containing about 1000 acres of rich Hammock land is located in Marion

county, Florida, one of the very best agricultural counties in the state, near noted Orange Lake and Bird's Isl

and, right on the Dixie Highway and the Atlantic Coast Line, a station (Reddick) near the farm. About 15 miles

from Ocala, the county seat, and about four miles from Mcintosh, a good town. Eighty per cent of this farm is
strong, rich, fertile Hammock land. This county has the most important lime manufacturing-center in the state,
splendidly adapted to diversified farming, the raising of fine stock, where the soil is peculiarly adapted to the
culture of the Pineapple Orange, etc. Of the 1000 acres 700f acres are in grass and cultivation, and the remain remainder
der remainder in hardwood, etc. This farm is well watered, there being living water in every field and water works at the
mansion. All under medium good fence. Ideally located in splendid neighborhood and hard to find better land in
the state.
IMPROVEMENTS: Handsome Southern home containing eleven large airy rooms, spacious halls, veran
da, porch, excellent cellar; has its own water works and light plant; fully equipped bath room; hot and cold wa
ter in kitchen; hydrants' in yard to water flowers, etc.; beautiful lawn, nice approach. This grand old Southern
home is on one of the prettiest building sites in the whole countryside, high and healthy, grand view, nestling
amongst sweet magnolias, giant oaks, massive shade trees with their drapery of Spanish moss; thrifty orange
trees (Pineapple variety) in yard and pecan grove of 200 trees to right, all of which provides a charming pano panorama
rama panorama of sub-tropical scenery and life makes it in short, for farming purposes, "a reserved seat in the theater

of life." Manager's house of five rooms, four tenant houses, one large stock barn for dairy, two large silos of
150 and 200 tons respectively; old commissary and a world of other buildings. An ideal place to live and one
of the very best farms in the whole county. There is a charm and fragrance about this grand ol4 Southern
plantation around which so many sweet memories of by-gone Iays cluster that mortal man cannot describe. You.
must see this place to Jfolly appreciate what it really is.
"MILLWOOD FARM" has already been subdivided, each tract with good road frontage. All of it is cut.,
into 20-acre tracts except two tract of a little less than 20 acres and the Mansion which carries about 100 acres.
This property is about 105 miles south of Jacksonville, in the central part of Florida, at its narrowest point, and
Marion county ig only 40 mis from the Gulf of Mexico. "Millwood Farm" is close to Bird's Island and the im immense
mense immense Orange Lake, which affords protection to citrus fruit, etc., in its vicinity. Marion county is one. of the
original fruit sections of Florida; has some of the finest groves in the "state, and produces fruit of an exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally fine flavor (Pineapple Oranges, etc.) which tops the market. Some of the fruit brings as high as and 13
per box in the auction rooms of New York City. Because of the rich soil In the county the fruit has a finer quaN
ity, and it is not neecssary to use as much fertilizer as in other sections of the state. The trees, too, are hardier.
In fact, enormous quantities of both sour and budded trees are shipped from this county for groves being set out
farther south and to Arizona and California.
"MILLWOOD FARM" will grow any of, the crops grown in Florida and grow them well. This land will
produce as high as 80 barrels of corn to the acre, etc. Marion county, like all other counties," bas quite a diversi diversified
fied diversified soil. There is lots of land in Florida that we would not want.and neither would you. But we do say that
"Millwood Farm" is all we claim for it and even more. Written words cannot do this place justice. You must'
see it to appreciate what it realfy is. We invite the closest inspection for we know the more you look the more
you will want to call it Y0UR OWN. Ask those whu KNOW and they will tell you that the valuable "Millwood
Farm" is one of the very best in the whole county. Just think how different Florida is. It is truly the land of
sunshine and flowers; a veritable playground of the nation; a land of untold possibilities, a most wonderful elir
mate, the priceless treasures of long life and good health. Cash crop value per acre almost four times as great
as other states; three to four crops grown on same land yearly; stock raised for one-half the cost irj Northern,
Middle and Eastern states not a month in the year you cannot raise something of value, etc., etc. It would take
volumes to tell of this wonderful country.

"MILLWOOD FARM" is a real farm. We have sou mat is soil, une giance wm convince yo mnai we ar
offering something out of the ordinary. We have something we are proud to show you. Seeing is believing.
We want you to SEE. If this farm is not as we represent it, we will pay ALL YOUR EXPENSES in going to
see it. Invest your dollars in land like this and watch it increase in vajue by leaps and bounds. A safe, sane,
conservative investment that is sure to pay big returns on your monay. It is going to sell for the HIGH DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR WITHOUT RESERVE, BY-BID OR LIMIT. YOUR .price is going to be our price, let the result be as It
may. The wise man always takes advantage of an OPPORTUNITY. It is. knocking at your door NOW ACT.
GOLD ABSOLUTELY FREE. To the persons guessing closest to amount this farm brings we are going
to give gold absolutely free, i '
Remember the day and hour WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH, at 10 a. m and meet us there and
pound your bids at her.
Terms exceedingly easy and made known on day of sale. Dinner served.
For full particulars, blue prints, etc, see, write or phone either G. M. Smith, Trustee, or

Hughes

McCarty

REDDICK, FLORIDA, CARE "MILLWOOD FARM
The Noted Silver-Tongued AuetioneeVrctib. J. B. DINWIDDIE. will cry this sale



OCALA ETCnNG STAB, SATURDAY, JANUA3Y 14, 1S22

psmsmmtstBtttsi
Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 153. tf
EAT AT THE MAXTXE
LOCATION" AND PHONE NOTICE
NAPIER GRASS
. The war tax on eye-
fPZftJsih ?lasses was removed Jan.
. l8t 1922 bein classed
2 cc fr aa a nece8sitY nd not a
jLwe luxury.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
Needham Meter Co.
'AiitoiRepelFM
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work,
Phone 252
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street tf
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
Plant now and have abundance of
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tt
I high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc For plans and
(particulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
T'a- tf
Apalachicola select oyster every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market Phone 158. tf
18 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with a
purchase of other groceries amount amounting
ing amounting to $1.00 or over, Saturday and
Guaranteed vulcanizing at Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. S-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. 5-tf
Monday at the 3 U-Serve Stores. 2t
All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
block, &4f
Just received, Bolgiano Florida
Special tomato seed at Bitting & Phil Phillips'
lips' Phillips' Drugstore. l-6t
The best bread and rolls you ever
ate can be had at the Federal Bakery,
fresh every day. 3-t
You can fret the famous Day Dream
i isay uream xjuet water oxuy
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm
acy. Phone 284. 4-tf

SOB I
: SISTER
I By FANNIE HURST 1

OvpmcM. 1MB. by Tk WHtlr SysdlMt. in.
-Tgh! for Pete's jiake cut It, Loo!
If anybody menitonsTblll of fare to me
HI yell. Tafce them empty bottles oat

Tke Them Empty Bottle Out of
V Here, and Choke That D n Clock
With Another Pillow. My Head'll
Just Bust If I Dont Get Some
8leep."
of here. Loo, and choke that d n
dock -with another pillow. My headll
Jupt bast If I don't get some sleep."
"There, there, dearie! Here, lemme
pull down the shades. Jnst try to re remember
member remember there ain't one of them la
worth more than his bank book."
"For Pete's sake. Loo, cnt It or I'll
holler. Cut the conversation, dearie!"
"I'll fix the candied sweet potatoes
this morning, anyway, Miss Mae, so If
he does come
"I tell you I'm going to yell,' Loo, if
you mention bill of fare to me. Cover
up my feet, like a good girl, and take
them bottles out and lemme sleep. My
head'll bust If I don't get some sleep."
"I tell you, Miss Mae," there ain't one
of 'em is worth more than his bank
book. You're always giving away
everything you got, Miss Mae. Honest,
you'd give your best blue silk coat off
your batJc if
"If that's what your're hinting for,
Loo, for pity's sake take It! I don't
want It It's too tight for me In the
arms. Take It, Loo. I don't want It.
I don't want anything but to be let
alone."
"Aw, now, Miss Mae, I didn't
mean
"Get out, I tell you Get out!"
"Yes, Miss Mae." With a final pat
to the rug across Mae Munroe'g feet
she scooped the Utter of empty bottles
under one arm and hurried out smiling
and closing the door softly behind her
and tlp-toelng down the hallway to
the kitchen.
On the couch Mae Munroe lay hud huddled'
dled' huddled' with her face to the wall, her
cheeks crumpled against the white
wool of the dog In her arms, her lips
dry, each breath puffing them out outward.
ward. outward. Easy tears would flow, enhanc enhancing
ing enhancing her lacy disorder. Noon slipped
Into afternoon.
The dusk of the city which Is so
immediately peppered with lights
cam gradually to press against the
drawn blinds. On the very crest of
her unrest, as if her mental travail
bad stimulated acocaine courage, Mae
Monroe kicked aside the rug from her
feet; rose and advanced to the wall
telephone; unhooked the receiver;
hooked it up again; unhooked It this
time with a resolution that tightened
and whitened her lips and sent the
color high Into her face; placed her
mouth close to the transmitter,
Broad three-six." And tapped with
one foot as she stood.
"Zlncas Importing company? I want
to speak to Mr. Max Zincsls ."
Wrinkles crawled about her uncer uncertain
tain uncertain lips.
"This Is his his mother. Yes, Mrs.
Zlncas.
She closed her eyes as she waited.
"Hello, MaxT That you. Max?"
She grasped at the snout of the In Instrument,,
strument,, Instrument,, tlp-toelng up to it.

tifs me, dear. But I had to get 1

you to, phone somehow. I I No,
no, don't hang up, Max. Don't hang
up, dear, 1 I got to tell you some something;
thing; something; I got to, rfear.

She raised herself closer to the
mouthpiece for a tighter clutch of it
Tm sick, dearie. I I'm dog sick,
dearie. Alnt been about in a week.
The Jimp Is bad and I'm sick all over.
I am, dear. Come up to supper to tonight
night tonight dearie. You ain't been near for
for a week. I got to see you about
aomethlng. Just a quiet talk, dearie.
I I Just got to see you, Max, I Tm
sick, dog sick."
Her voice slipped and away for the
moment end she crammed her lacy
fribble of a handkerchief tight against
her lips, tiptoeing closer to the trans trans-mlra
mlra trans-mlra (Continued Monday)

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

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

TOURIST
Welcome
Campaign

Welcome TTOIJJRISTS Welcome
In the Heart of Marion County to O C A LA In t he Heart of Florida
JOIN THE HOME LOYALTY PROCESSION LED BY
. OCALA'S PROGRESSIVE BOOSTERS

OCALA GAS COMPANY
In The Public Service
WE WELCOME YOU

BUY IN OCALA

Watch for our
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
to Home Builders
in this space next week

v

Safety" First Then Most Loyal Service
We Invite and Welcome You To Ocala and Marion County
- Make this Bank Your Bank
THE GOMMERCAL BANK

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TRADE AT HOME

MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Accepts the challenge of Loyalty and Co-operation and with a resolute heart is in the
fight for a Greater Ocala and Marion County
A safe and sanitary place to secure your Milk, Butter, Ice Cream
and Dairy Products

CLARKSON HARDWARE COMPANY
GENERAL LINE OF
Hardware, Building Supplies, Roofing, Steam Valves and Pipe Fittings
- Wagons and Farm Implements, Gasoline Engines, Cream Seperators
Meadows Grist Mills

HOME
Loyalty
Campaign

OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
Pure Ice made of Distilled Water
Curing and Cold Storage of Meats
Phone 34

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SEIIHEFF & VILLARD
Automobile Repairs
ALL CARS
Studebaker Service Our Specialty.
Only experienced machinist
At Bridges Motor Company Garage

OCALA THE CITY BEAUTIFUL FOREVER

E. T. HELVENSTON Keep the
Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Hats, CRESCENT MARKET
Gents Furnishing's on your mind
"A Store of Distinction It meets the need for Meats
.Quality Made It" Quality and Service
- Phone 562
BE LOYAL BUY IN OCALA
1.
Looking For Real Estate Parker & Guynn
That's My Business OP AT A
A specialty of handling large
timber tracts Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes
ou On or Addre.. and Gents Furcishigs
S. S. SAVAGE Jr. Ladies Ready-toWear
0caIa Florida The Peoples Store"

OCALA THE CITY BEAUTIFUL FOREVER

CRESCENT GROCERY CO.
. Free Delivery
Thi9 is a "We Serve Store" Lowest Prices, Best Quality
PHONE 562

IN SEARCH OF THE HEART OF FLORIDA

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M.S.SAWAYA
Fresh Mepta. Staple and Fancy
Groceries
302 North Mtfoolia St. Pbon 222
Once a customer always a customer

A CaLL WILL BE APPRECIATED

THE COURT PHARMACY
The Drag Store on the Square
This is a department store of
druggist sundries, candies and
soft drinks. Proprietary remedies
Personal Attention Given to
Prescription

President Wilson made the statement that the heart of
the world was wrapped up in the League of Nations.
Trom this statement two thoughts arise: First that
cities and counties and states, as well as creatures, have
HEARTS; and, second, that the expression the Heart of
any thing refers more to a Condition than to a Location.
What President Wilson meant was this: that if the prin principles
ciples principles of brotherhood and loyalty, which the league repre represented,
sented, represented, together with the other ideals it expressed, should
prevail, that peace and good will would be restored and the
arteries of world commerce would be opened and a lasting
secret of happiness for all of the people would be found.
Without making comparisons, but that your mind may
pursue the thought, we quote President Harding:
"Government cannot do it all. The solution is with the
people and the heart action of any section, no matter how
big or how small, can only be restored when all of us don
the overalls and our hands are soiled with honest industry."
There has been confusion on every hand. Less probably
in Florida than in any oier section of our country, but be
that as it may, we are searching f or the Heart of Florida
for that section of the state where the pulse beats of indus industry
try industry are regular and strong and such a section when found
would be quickly designated as the Heart of Florida.
Florida has many large cities which claim to possess in
a very large degree the controlling factors in commerce:
shipping facilities, large financial resources, varied indus industries,
tries, industries, while also serving as a gateway both by land and sea
to this wonderful state. All of these cities and more might
well enter the Heart Contest of Florida.
Be it understood that Ocala is proud of Florida and ev every
ery every city and section it it and perish the thought of any
suggestion of criticism for no section is so characteristical-
ly proud of its state, its progress and advancement, as that
of Ocala and Marion county. Other sections of the state
will accord to Ocala the right to present its claim to the
possession to an extent greater than all of having more
of the controlling factors of commerce than any other sec section
tion section of Florida.
The conditions which entitle Ocala to be designated the
Heart of the state are dependent upon at least five vital
fatcors: Healthf ulness, commerce, industry, education and
religion. There is an informal tribunal before which every
issue is tried and before this tribunal 'our case is
presented the bar of public opinion.
To all of those who have sought and are seeking out this
section the people of Ocala and Marion extend' you a
hearty welcome. We disclaim any mercenary motive but
plead only a just ambition for the section and a just pride
in its past development. We want you to share the hospi hospitality
tality hospitality and friendship that we ourselves have felt and found.
To ail those who are present in our midst even for a short
time or visit, we say that we want to know you and a great
pleasure will be ours if you will seek us out in our respec respective
tive respective places of business and let us make your acquaintance
and bind friendships. None of us are ever too busy to ap-
precitae your call and it will be our pleasure to give you
all of the information that we can about anything which
you may be interested. s
The foundation of commerce is'capital and Ocala is pos possessed
sessed possessed of that in the wealth of its business houses and its
three strong banks. Ther are many mercantile establish establishments
ments establishments here with complete stocks of goods. It is interest-,
ing to the visitor to take several hours off and make a point
of visiting these stores, many of whom are represented on
this page in attractive advertisements.. All of the stores
represented here are filled with high clas3 merchandise.

OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
Modernly Equipped. High Grade Work
Prompt Service. Ordorless Dry Cleaning

Ocala, Florida

Phone 101

PP" AUTOMOBILES
-J SPEED WAGONS
Overland and Willis Knight
Cars
Pennsylvania Vacum Cup Tires,
ExideStorage Batteries
B.F.CONDON

BE LOYAL

R. H. Todd Lumber Co.
2 Blocks North of Union Station
Sash, Doors, Screens, Lime
Plaster, Cement
"EVERYTHING TO BUILD
A HOME"

AFFLECK'S
. Millinery Parlor
111 E,HROAI)WAY
5 Seconds From the High Rent District
9
"EXCLUSIVE DESIGNING

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HARRINGTON HALL HOTEL
and RESTAURANT SERVICE
Home Comforts, Exqusite
Cooking of Choice Things
to'fcat
MAIN STREET

OCALA THE CITY BEAUTIFUL FOREVER

PLUMBING, HEATING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTORS
Supplies of All Kinds
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H. S. MINSHALL
Phoue 419 i4 W. Fort King Ave.

. TRADE AT HOME

STORAGE BATTERY

Blalock Brothers
EVER-READY STORAGE BATTERIES
All makes of batteries repaired recharged
and rebuilt
Vulcanizing Satisfaction

Best Bread in the World

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OF EAKES.TS

"We can't Bake all the Bread,
So we only Bake the BEST;.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1322

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DCURBEltGES

If you have any society items for

the Star please Call five-one.

Mr. Ed Morgan and family have

moved into Dr, W. K. Lane's residence
on Wenona street, where they are

. comfortably located.

Mff. J. M. Gross of of Miami, who

will arrive in Ocala Monday afternoon,

during her stay here will be the guest

of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.

Mrs. Martha Williams expects to

leave tomorrow for Miami, where she

will spend the remainder of the winter

with her daughter, Mis3 Josephine

Williams.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chalker of Rock
ledge, returned home yesterday, hav

ing been in Ocala for the past few

days. They were called here on ac

count of the death of Mrs. Chalker's

sister, Mrs. Wellhoner.

Fraternal Orders

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

WATKIN3-WEBB

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson of Oak,

this morning accompanied Mr. i. D.

Watkins and Miss Gladys, Webb to the

ftfHpe of Judee Futch, where they

were married.

Mr. Watkins is engaged m the nurs

ery business at Winter Park, where

the couple will make their future

home. Miss Webb came irom Arew,

Miss., some weeks ago to visit friends

at Oak. The marriage is planned as.

a surprise to the friends of the con

tracting parties.

The Star wishes the young couple

an abundance of happiness through
life.

Mr. J. V, Ricketsoii 6f Bushnell, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala yesterday and is again
at his post of duty at the union sta station
tion station ticket office. Several years ago
Mr. Ricketson held. this place and his
friends are glad to have him back
again. His family has been in Ocala

for the past month, located in one of f

the Duebel houses near the dormitory.

OCALA KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
VISITED DUNNELLON

(Continued from Page Two)

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

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.
l. 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,
t 7:30 o'clcck'p. rr
W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K of PT hall at 7 :80 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whiteiides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.t 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.

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, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

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

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.

ShenfT Thomas and Judge Futch
have collaborated and put in jail Leo
K. Vane, w ho lives and operated some somewhere
where somewhere between Citra and Orange
Springs, on the hard roads. Leo was
dispensing oil of joy, home-made, and
the sheriff gathered him in. He was
found guilty and Judge Futch sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced him to two months work and $400
fine. Leo is likely to have to work
the fine out. It will only take him
fourteen months.
- Thepublie school teachers of alar alar-ion
ion alar-ion county held a meeting and formed
an association in Carter's hall this

morning, poui mxlv ci jjieseui,
a majority of them good-looking girls,
and we can't see how they are going
to be allowed to teach school when so

many men want pretty wives. They
had a dainty and substantial lunch
after the business meeting was over.
Superintendent Shealy was elected
president and Miss Mary Sheppard

secretary-treasurer.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gregg and two
attractive children, Burton and Lilian,
of rden, Okla., arrived in Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday and are the guests of y Mr.
Gregg's sister, Mrs, L. M. Murray,

and family for the next two months

Since coming here Mr. Gregg has pur

chased a Ford chassis and has had a

special body shipped to him here from

Indianapolis, which is the last word in

unique arrangements for camping and

other outdoor. uses.

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-t

FOR SALE Two pianos In fine con condition.
dition. condition. Also good incubator. One
Wliite Wyandotte cock bird, thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St Ocala, Fla. 15-lm

FOR RENTComfortabIe xwm 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. I
give you quick service. Phone 322.
Also pair of mules, new wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N.
Magnolia ., Ocala. 3-lm
FOR RENT Two large ur'urnisbed
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 Carmicjiael' and a
$1 bill. Finder please return to
Mrs. Weller Carmichael, phone
278. U-3t

LOST Left hand automobile glove,
black leather. Please return to
Rev. C. W. White. l-13-2t

Mr. Hugh Chace, after a holiday
visit to his parents here, Dr. and Mrs.
J. E. Chace, has returned to his stud studies
ies studies at Mercersburg Academy, Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania.

Mr. R. B. Bostick, the clever stock
claims inspector of the A. C. L., who
has been quite ill, has recovered and
is back on the job. He was in Ocala
the other day.

The Friday night dancing club held
its regular fortnightly dance last eve evening
ning evening at the Woman's Club. There was
a good crowd present, a good floor
and excellent music.

THE CHILDREN LIKE CAMPJ10L

There is little excuse for repulsive
medicines in healing a child's cold.
Neither is a disagreeable internal
medicine necessary. Most of them tend
to upset the stomach and do more
harm Jhan good.
Most children prefer their mothers
to use Camthol in treating their
coughs and colds because it is pleas pleasant;
ant; pleasant; it is applied externally being
rubbed into the chest, throat and tem temples
ples temples and spread in the throat and nos nostrils.
trils. nostrils. They like it also because it
soothes and stops the irritation and
tickling in the throat. As it contains
no capsicum it does not burn or blister
the skin. It is an ideal croup and
preumonia salve for the kiddies.
It breaks up the phlegm, clears the
air passages and stops a cold without
the need of other medicines. 30c. at
all drug stores. Southern Drug Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Wholesale Distributors;Adv. 6

Good Tiiinos to Eat

HAULING We are equipped with
two good trucks and do hauling of
all kinds at reasonable prices. Our
motta: "Prompt and efficient serv service."
ice." service." Cordrey Bros'. Transfer Line.
Phone 434, Ml-tf

pointed to the kitchen, where each
one's ration was depleted, he was
went once, and some twice, to replen replenish
ish replenish his supply. And each knight
smiled and patted his tummy and
swore to bend hi 3 good sword over
the helm of any cat:ff who ever dared
to insinuate that Dumellon Lodge
wasn't all to the mustard.
Then greetings were given and
visors were lowered, and cars, unless
they had self starters, were cranked
and the Ocala crowd was off for home.
It was a good night for sleighing; the
moon shone brightly and the temper temperature
ature temperature was about right. But up to the
present writing none have reported
themselves frost-bit, while us in
Strip's sedan were as snug as bugs
in a rug. That little car surely in a
dandy and as soon as we pay our
other debts we are going to try to
get credited for one like it.
Following is a list cf the Ocala
knights who made the trip: Strip Stripling,
ling, Stripling, Pedrick, Rilea, Dunn, C. P. How

ell, George Howell, Smith, Colbert,
Shealy, Newman, Forbes, Moree, Wal Walter
ter Walter and Ray Priest, Terrell, Stafford,
Tompkins, Darden, Gilmore, Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, London, Melin, Spencer, Adams,
Jackson, Todd, Parker, Ward, Stroud
and Benjamin. There may have been
two or three others, but they were
running around like so many chickens
being fed, and it was a two-man job
to count them all.

Brown bread and caked beans at
Carter's Bakery Saturday. 13-2t

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At Davidson's
Union Station Cafe

Best Dinner in Florida Icr
75 Cents

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. P. Martsolf, Candler, Fla. 12-q
WANTED Room and board in pri private
vate private family. Address Mr. James,
Electric Shoe Shop. 12-3t

O YSTERS
Any Style

-cigars, Cigarettes

Tobacco
PROMPT SERVICE

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR

FOR FINAL DISCHARGE

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WE SEEK AN OPPORTUNITY
To convince you that this strong, conservative, but progressive institution
can help you increase your resources and make your business grow.
Will you come in and talk conditions over with us?
Member Federal Reserve System

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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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. s
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA

Bi'nq True try Onr'- S'f

Follpwlnjr Is e, from "The Simple
Truth." by Ernest C. Wilson:
"It is sometimes tsmcrht that life is

not for happiness, hut for experience, 5

and tt.at he who nsniros to happiness
seeks in vain. Sometimes, too; Just
the reverse "of this admonishment Is
Impressed upon the student's mind ;
that happiness is the true ?oal of life,
Mid that jubilance is the first duty of
the aspiring soul. If we amceive ex ex-Ierience
Ierience ex-Ierience as ameans of self-unfold-nient,
and harpiness to mean, not
abandonment, but allegiance to that
which is best in us, the two state statements
ments statements are reconciled, and express a
truth. The soul's hichost duty and
greatest pleasure are one. and both
are fulfilled when man is true to him himself.
self. himself.

George's Pure Bcneless
Codfish in pound boxes
SalfSpamsh Mackerel
Large Holland Herring
Pickled Salmon
FresIMcckerel
Canned Fish and Meat
Codtish, Shrimp
little Neck Clams
, Lobsters, Clam Chowder
ew Zealand Rabbit
Sliced Pickhd Lamb Tongue
Finnan Haddie, ready to fry
Russian Sardines in Kegs

0. K. Teapot Grocery

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 imple-"ments.
"ments. imple-"ments. Mr. Wallace, 120 North
" Sanchei, 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, two
blocks from postoffice. Price $750.
S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 12-12t

In Court of County Judge, Marion
. County, State of Florida.
In re Estate of Jennie F. Allen,
Deceased.

Notice is hereby given, to all whom

it may concern that on the 13th day
of March, A. D. 1922, I shall apply to
the Honorable L. E. Futch, judge of
said "court, as judge of probate, for
my final discharge as administrator of
the estate of Jennie F. Allen, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, and that at the same time I will
present to said court my final accounts
as administrator of said estate, and
ask for their approval.
Dated January 14th. A. D. 1922.

WO SCHEDULES

- Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following -schedule figuret pub published
lished published as information and not guar guar-mteed.
mteed. guar-mteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AI!l LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 ran
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
. Tampa-
2:15 am Mahatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2 :55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 un
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. K,
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:33 ;jb
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellor -Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homo&assa 1:25 pm
tO :15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday; Thursday, Saturday.

Silk Dresses
Advance Spring Styles!

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New lot of Taffeta and Crepe Dress- i

ess made of the.best materials materials-workmanship
workmanship materials-workmanship perfect. Just what
you want. Snappy and up-to
date

PRICES RANGE FROM,
$24.50 to $42.50
Rheinauer's
SECOND .Fl.OOff J
OCALA FLO RICA

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L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all con con-i
i con-i tract work. Gives more and better

Administrator of the Estate of Jennie vvork for t.he money than any other
F. Allen, Deceased. 1-14-Sat9t contractor m the city.

The. Candy Kitchen

In Its N5w Location, 113 Fort King Avenue, Next
to Gas Office

FOR SALE Dry, seasoned oak or
. pine cook stove wood, $2 per load.
A postal will bring it. J. E. Baxter,
Route A, Box 73, Ocala. 14-3t

STOLEN Wheel from high school

basement Thursday afternoon; long!

handlebars; green trimmed with
black Pennsylvania tires. A reward j

is offered to finder. Please notify j

Star office or Richard Moxley. 14-3t j
:
WANTED Partnership in automo- j jV
bile painting or other good business j
in or around Ocala. Address, Part- j
nership, care Star. 14-3t I jJ
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;ljft

sleeping apartment. Phone 221 or! f (j
call at 607 E. Fort King. 14-6t JHOBKHvH?K

You'll always find hep

a complete line of

MMM CANDIES

20c to" 75c a pound
Patronize Home Industry.
We Guarantee Satisfaction,

J 71 W

EDER, Prop.

I Manhattan bhirt bale

For a Short Time We Wfll Sell
These Famous Shirts at the
Following Prices:

$3.00 Values
3.50 Values
4.00 Values.
4.50 Values.

.$2.30
2 55
. 2.85
. .2.95

$5 00 Values..... J$3.25
6.00 Values . . 3.85
7 and 7.50 Values 4.65
8.50 "Values. .....585

$10.00 Values, $6.95

We are also Making Sweeping Re Reductions
ductions Reductions on Suits and Over Overcoats,
coats, Overcoats, including the fa fa-mous
mous fa-mous Hart, Schaffner
& Marx line
H. A. WATERMAN
THE HABERDASHER
. Merchants Block Ocala, Fla

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talie in he wash they were snrprisei j

to hnO that some choice lace, that haa
Iteu placed on the line was missing.
Later they ubs-erved a rohiu sitting on
the line with Lis gaze" directed to a
garment to which he soon flew and
began to pull at a part of it. Know Knowing
ing Knowing that a pair of robins had built a
nest in the trv nearby, the folks
'; thought that perhaps! the birds had
taken the lace Intoheir nest." Inves Investigation
tigation Investigation proved this to be correct, as
: the lace formed a part of the uest
. walls. After the robins were done
- with the nest the lace was recovered,
""but in hardly a good condition. k.
A. Kelly, hi Guid? ro Nature.

MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL

By Charles Sughroe

He Yas SMost Too Polite to Mention It

Your wants in, fresh meats and

: groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 108. Main Street!

M CP W VE.VGUe0RHOgO

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