The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Local rains tonight or Friday, warmer in north and central portions tonight, colder in north portion Friday. Son rises tomorrow, 7:22; sets, 5:52. TEMPERATURES This morning, 56; this afternoon, 70.




Swine Growers of the State Adjourn
After a Pleasant and Profi Profitable
table Profitable Session

Following are the names of the offi officers
cers officers elected this afternoon by the rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the State Swine Grow Growers
ers Growers Association, to serve daring the
ensuing year:
President, L. S. Harvard, Live Oak.
First vice president, W. M. Gist, Mc Mcintosh.
intosh. Mcintosh. Second vice president, L. H.
Willis, Evinston. Third vice presi president,
dent, president, J. P. Bass, Pierce. Fourth vice
president, W. C. Blood, Ocala. Secre Secretary,
tary, Secretary, Wm. M. Traer, Jacksonville.
Treasurer, H. G. Clayton, Gainesville.
Choice of the next meeting place
was left to the executive committee.
The State Swine Growers Associa Association
tion Association met in annual session here yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning with President Bur Bur-dett
dett Bur-dett Loom is Jr., of Pierce, presiding.
The growers were welcomed to Ocala
by Mayor E. G. Peek, to which there
was a response by Dr. L. A. Lyons of
Tallahassee. The attendance at the
convention has been cut as the result
of the rainy weather on Tuesday and
the threatening weather yesterday and
The meeting yesterday morning
was held in the armory and wa3 feat featured
ured featured by the president's annual address
and addresses by L. M. Rhodes, state
marketing commissioner on "Why
Florida People Should Eat Florida
Pork," and by K. C. Moore, Marion
county agricultural agent, on "Home
Curing of Hams and Bacon." Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Rhodes stated that the
movement having for its slogan "Eat
Florida Pork," could succeed only if
the growers and farmers put on the
market only first class products and
in an attractive form. He stated that
the people would purchase food pro products
ducts products of quality and standard pack,
and said that the Florida pork could
be marketed direct from the farm or
thru co-operative marketing associa associations.
tions. associations. He pointed out that Florida is
at present importing from other states
68,000,000 pounds of pork. He also
called attention to the fact that the
existing difference in price paid to
producers and the price paid by the
consumer amounted to several mill
ion dollars annually.
Mr. Moore captured the audience at
once with a story of how hogs used to
be butchered on a certain plantation
in Virginia. It seems that the ne negroes
groes negroes kept huge log fires burning all
night in which were heated large
stones. Next morning the red hot
stones were placed in a small water
hole. Then with a great hullabalo
that scared the hogs half stiff, the
porkers were driven thru the water
hole. Now there was on the other
side of the water hole, a briar patch
and the hogs came out of the scalding
water so fast that they ran thru the
briar patch and all of the hair was re removed
moved removed and the hogs were thus made
ready for butchering.
A splendid exhibit of cured hags
and bacon was made by Mr. W. M.
Gist of Mcintosh.
It had been planned that the grow growers
ers growers should have luncheon at Silver
Springs yesterday, as guests of the
" Marion County Board of Trade. On
account of the threatening weather it
was decided best to have the luncheon
indoors and it was served in one of;
the buildings at the fair grounds. Au Automobiles
tomobiles Automobiles reported at the armory at
one o'clock and took the growers to
the fair grounds where a most delic delicious
ious delicious picnic luncheon was served by a
committee from the Daughters of the
Confederacy. The luncheon consisted
of sandwiches, two kinds of salad, two
kinds of cake and hot coffee, and for
the time being at least, the weather
' was forgotten. From the fair grounds
the growers were taken to Silver
Springs where they viewed those won wonderful
derful wonderful waters thru the glass bottomed
boats. They then returned to town
and many of them visited the Marion
County Creamery.
Last night's session was held in the
Board of Trade room, where a number
of most interesting talks were made.
Mr. Chas. F. Leach of Monticello, dis discussed
cussed discussed "Selling the Consumer Direct."
He laid particular stress on the dif difference
ference difference between raising hogs in Flor Florida
ida Florida and raising them in the corn belt,
pointing out that it was a serious mis mistake
take mistake for northern and mid-western
farmers to attempt to produce pork in
Florida by the same methods used in
the corn belt. Mr. Leach stated that
.r Florida, was, not. Alcorn country. He
said, however, that Florida could pro produce
duce produce not only as good but better pork

American War Department will Aban Abandon
don Abandon Its Own Cannon for France's
Famous Artillery Arm

Washington, Jan. 19. (Associated
Press). Training of regular army
troops with the American modeled
seventy-five millimeter guns will be
discontinued and training with French
seventy-fives will be extended to ar- i
tillery units of the regular establish establishment,
ment, establishment, National Guard and officers or
organized reserves. Orders have al already
ready already been issued by the chief of field
artillery directing regular army or organizations
ganizations organizations equipped with the Ameri American
can American models to turn them in for French
type replacements.
Washington, Jan. 19. Dr. Hugh M.
Smith, United States commissioner of
fisheries since 1913, has resigned
after thirty-six years service with th
bureau of fisheries.
Return by the alien property cus custodian
todian custodian to the German government of
a plot of ground in Washington pur
chased by Germany before the war as
a site for the new embassy building
was announced today. The ground
was seized during the war by the
Should the Interstate Commerce
Commission decide, as a result of the
present inquiry, that rate schedules
may be properly lowered, lower rates
should be applied first to coal, the
commission, was told today by J. D.
Morrow, vice president of the organi organization
zation organization representing two thousand
mine operators producing approxi approximately
mately approximately sixty per cent of the country's
bituminous coal.
than the corn belt. He stated that
contrary to the opinion of many, hard
pork could be produced in Florida even
with the use of a ration containing 90
per cent peanuts, H the hogs were
given pasturage along with the pea peanuts.
nuts. peanuts. Mr. Leach also said that it is
possible to dry cure pork in Florida in
any time of the year provided that all
blood is removed from the carcass and
it is thoroughly chilled before curing.
Mr. C. A. Martin, assistant indus industrial
trial industrial agent of the Seaboard Air Line,
discussed the value of auction sales
as a means of stimulating the demand
for breeding hogs among farmers. He
named a number of results to be ob obtained
tained obtained from auction sales of blooded
stock, mentioning the educational
value of the sales and the opportunity
given for an inspection of the equip equipment
ment equipment and methods and feeds of the
Mr. Z. C. Herlong of Micanopy, dis discussed
cussed discussed the program of the association
for 1922. Much applause was receiv received
ed received by Ernan Fraser of Hawthorne,
who read a very excellent paper on
"What the Pig Club Has Done for
Me." Mr. R. W. Blacklock, state
agent of boys' club work and former
county agent of Marion county, dis discussed
cussed discussed the value of the pig club to the
breeder. Mr. H. G. Clayton, district
agent, made a most interesting talk
on the subject of raising all the feed
for pork hogs, illustrating the talk
with chart showing the kind of feeds
that can be raised in Florida during
each season of the year.
(Concluded Tomorrow)
The attention of members of the
Woman's Club is called to the recep reception
tion reception to the men, to be given at the
club house Friday evening, at eight
o'clock. The program will be printed
in Friday's Star.
The following telegram from Billy
Melvan, manager of the Plaza theater,
St. Petersburg, shows what they think
of the "A Night in Honolulu" in the
Sunshine City:

"Played 'A Night in Honolulu" here J himself caught the spirit of the oc oc-two
two oc-two days to big business. Best popu-' casion and joined in with a gift. The
lar priced show ever here. Beautiful original note, together with the can can-scenery
scenery can-scenery .thrilling electrical effects, ; celled mortgage and the recorded re re-pretty
pretty re-pretty girls, clever actors and a troupe lease an da full list of contribtuors
of native Hawaiian musicians, singers so far as we could secure the names
and dancers. Show is clean and re- have all been placed in the hands of
fined. Boost it to'the sky." i this worthy family and we have a
Seats go on sale at the Court Phar- most appreciative letter from them in
macy tomorrow morning. j response. Almost four hundred con-

Baked beans and brown bread Sat-
urday at Carter's Bakery. 19-2t

Fringe of a Great Rocky Mountain
Blizzard May Ungently Brush the
Borders of Sonny Florida

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 19. The cold wave
bearing snow reached eastward from
the Rocky mountains today, leaving
the coldest weather known in Wash-
ington and Oregon since 1909 and be-
low zero temperature in nearer west western
ern western states. The weather bureau said
lower temperatures would spread into
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and
the southewestern states.
Philadelphia Nationals Will Train At
Leesburg but Play Outside
Of Florida
Philadelphia, Jan. 19. Eight exhi exhibition
bition exhibition games will be played by the
Philadelphia Nationals, after leaving
the training camp at Leesburg, but all
are scheduled for cities outside of
Florida. Efforts will be made to ar arrange
range arrange a series with the Washington
Americans, which will train at Tampa.
Games have already been scheduled
with several Florida teams and others
are under consideration for the train training
ing training period. The players will leave for
Leesburg the first week in March.
A perusal of the advertisement in
today's paper of Mr. H. A. Waterman,
the Haberdasher, will mean the saving
of money to those interested in his
lines of goods. He assures us that in
many instances the goods could not be
replaced at considerably higher fig figures
ures figures than those at which he is now
selling. His semi-annual shirt sale
of the famous Manhattan lino- will
make especially interesting informa information
tion information for many men who insist upon
having this popular make of shirt.
Read the ad., then act ? quickly, as
these prices cannot 1;- -"always.
There was a good-sized attendance
at the meeting of Tulula Lodge I. O.
O. F., Tuesday night. The second de degree
gree degree was administered to Messrs. H.
G. Shealy and Lloyd McCarthy. The
following resolutions of respect and
sympathy were passed:
Whereas, our brother, Lewis E.
Yonce, has suffered a great loss in the
death of his beloved wife, Alice E.
Yonce, who was not only his loving
and faithful helpmeet, but a woman
endeared to the entire community by
her kind and helpful spirit, and valued
for her intelligence and efficiency in
every good work in which she was
abel to aid, therefore be it resolved by
Tuluja Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.:
That our hearts go out in deep sym sympathy
pathy sympathy for our brother and regret for
his great loss, and the only consola consolation
tion consolation we can offer him is the sincere
belief that his loved one is freed from
all sorrow and pain and awaits him
where there shall be no more parting.
That these resolutions be spread on
our minujtes, and a copy be furnished
to Brother Yonce, and other copies be
given to the city papers, with a re request
quest request to publish. Committee:
T. C. Carter.
J. H. Benjamin.
F. W. Ditto.
Editor Star: I have been directed
by the Baraca class of the Ocala Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church to request you to give
space to this note which is to apprise
all those interested that our effort to
secure funds with which to pay off
the mortgage on the little home place
of Rev. A. L. Prisoc, near Ocala, has
been entirely successful. Through the
ready and generous assistance of a
host of friends, we secured enough
cash to pay off the mortgage and ac accrued
crued accrued inteerstin full, the total amount
of the indebtedness being a little over
i $544. The holder of the mortgage
i tributors were listed and had part in
; this fine gift of love."
C L. Collins, Pastor.

Of Premier Poincaire is Respect For

The Treaty Agreed Upon By
The Allies
Paris, Jan. 19. (By the Associated
Press). Respect for the treaties that
fixed the peace terms is the platform
Premier Poincaire has decided upon
to present for his cabinet before the
chamber of deputies this afternoon.
The declaration blames "shameless
propaganda" for the picture drawn of
France as "tainted with a sort of im
perialistic madness."
After long weeks of sickness, last lasting
ing lasting relief came to Mr. Jesse M. Neely,
who was stricken down with what
proved to be a fatal illness while on a
visit to Atlanta almost two months
Mr. Neely was a Mississippian, and
came here from Senatobia in that
state about thirty years ago. He was
in business here for twenty years, but
moved away and was a resident of I
Sanford when sickness ended his use-j
fulness. Some eighteen or nineteen
years ago, Miss Mary Mayo of this
city became his wife, and survives
him with their three children, Miss
Virginia, Jesse and Mary Elizabeth.
Mr. Mayo was first taken ill about
six months ago, but partly recovered,
and went to Atlanta to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of insurance men. The effort was
too much for his strength and he had
to be taken to a hospital. He was
brought to Ocala by his brother-in-law,
Mr. Nathan Mayo, and placed in
the Marion County Hospital, where he
has had every care and comfort, and
where for awhile it looked like he
would recover, but his illness had
taken too strong a hold for the skill
and care of doctors and nurses.
The funeral took place at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church this afternoon, Rev.
Creson of Ocala assisting Mr. Neely's
own pastor, Rev. Brownlee of Sanford.
MacKay and Company had charge of
the arrangements and interment was
made in Greenwood. Following were
the pall bearers: H. A. Waterman, M.
R. Hunnicutt, Dr. H. W. Henry, N. A.
Russell and two gentlemen from San Sanford.
ford. Sanford. Honorary: Eric Collier, Dr. E.
G. Peek, Sydney Haile, D. E. Mclver,
Baxter Cam, S. R. Whaley, T. W
Troxler, L. M. Murray, J. J. Gerig, (j
L. Taylor, W. W. Harriss and George
Mr. Neely was a courteous and kind
ly man, much liked by all who knew
him. His wide circle of friends deep
ly regret his death and sympathize
with his bereaved widow and children.
The Belleview W. C. T. U. celebrat
ed 18th amendment day, or national
prohibition day, Sunday night, Jan.
15, The following program was ren rendered
dered rendered to a good audience at the Meth
odist hcurch:
Singing, America the Beautiful and
the Star Spangled Banner.
Mrs. Louis Weihe, president of the
W. C. T. U., gave a talk on the early
temperance movement and the wom woman's
an's woman's temperance crusade culimating in
the W. C. T. U. and thru its grand
work of education has steadily grown
the healthy temperance sentiment
which has passed and ratified the na national
tional national prohibition amendment and
made it a part of the fundamental law
of our land and has since enacted the
necessary enforcement acts, both na national
tional national and state. She closed her talk
with the crusade Psalm 146.
Rev. C. R. Buck, of Rochester, N. Y.,
voiced the opening prayer, after which
little Misses Ivah Gale and Alice
Weihe received the offering.
Then groups of children repeated in
concert mottoes which they learned
from the blotters presented to them
by the W. C. T. U. recently.
Miss Alice Barrett told us why Bur Bur-bank
bank Bur-bank and Taft are total abstainers.
Miss Louise Thompson read the
Florida cigarette law.
Dr. Saleeby of London, who has
spent the past two years in the United
States, says that England will have to
adopt prohibition if she would cope
with the next generation of Americans
as a drugged lion cannot cope with a
sober eagle.
A group of children dressed to rep represent
resent represent twenty different departments
of the W. C. T. U. marched while they
sang and wound the white ribbon
around the nations. Little Katherine
Searles led to the platform, dressed in

Inmate of Illinois State Prison May
Be Cured of His Meanness By
An Operation

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 19. The results of
an operation performed to remove a
bullet from the brain of Benjamin
Buckner, serving a life term in state
prison for murder, which transformed
him from a bad man to a model pris prisoner,
oner, prisoner, will be put before the state board
of paroles and pardons in an effort to
obtain his release, it became known
here today. Buckner was sentenced
in 1905. He began a reign of terror
in prison on his arrival. He recently
complained of severe headaches and
told prison physicians that years ago
he was shot in the head on the bullet
had not been removed. The operation
disclosed the bullet at the base of his
brain. Its pressure, physicians said,
was the cause of his outbreaks.
The rectory of Grace Episcopal
church was the scene Wednesday eve
ning of one of the prettiest, though in informal,
formal, informal, receptions of the season, at
which Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbour
received the members of the parish
and friends of the church.
The living room on the lower floor
of the house was prettily decorated.
Yeilow begonia was effectively used in
the hall, the balustrade of the sair sair-case
case sair-case being entwined with this vine.
The archway into the living room, the
windows and the mantles were also
banked with this flower, and vases of
the same were used in the lining room.
A large vase of eucharistic lilies in
the hall were effectively used against
the dark green of the bignonia vine.
In the dining room red flowers were
used, the centerpiece being a large
basket filled with red roses and nar
cissus and asparagus fern. Vases of
pomsettias were also used to advan
tage in this room, carrying out the red
colo rmotif.
Rev. and Mrs. Neighbour cordially
received their guests, of whom about
one hundred called during the evening,
Mrs. Eugene Walling, and Mr. Thomas
Walling, mother and brother of Mrs
Neighbour, assisted in receiving dur
ing the evening.
ice cream, cake and coffee were
served, the following ladies assisting
in serving: Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs.
Hager, Mrs. Perdue, Mrs. R. N. Dosh,
Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mrs. C. W. Hunter
and Mrs. Edmund Martin.
This reception was given on the
second anniversary of Rev. Neigh
hour's stay in Ocala and in doing this
Rev. and Mrs. Neighbour have insti
tuted a pleasant custom which estab between members of the parish
and the rector a closer social tie.
her Chinese costume, well represent
ing the department of temperance and
missions, having been born in Pekin,
her parents and two grandparents be
ing missionaries there.
The W. C. T. U. does much mission
ary work and has organizations in
forty countries.
"The World Looks to Us for Moral
Leadership,' was ably presented by a
woman with a world vision, Mrs. King,
for twenty-five years a missionary in
China, after which were were given a
vivid picture of "The Drunkard's
Child," by Mrs. R. L. Sumner, follow following
ing following which the audience was treated to
a real live prohibition and law en
forcement address by Mr. L. N. Green,
of Ocala, and closed the program with
the soner, "Work for Enforcement
Where You Are."
Those interested in reviving the
North Ocala union Sunday school wish
everybody to know that they have al already
ready already dug out the weeds, and have
had a good attendance for the last
three Lord's days, with new literature
and liberal collection. A live super
intendent with a zealous, praying
wife, Mr. D. M. Croft, has bravely
shouldered the nobje task. We pro propose
pose propose to renovate and reseat the
house. North Ocala having imported
new blood, doesnt propose to let the
Lord's business go to seed as in the
past. M.
Baked beans and brown bread Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at Carter's Bakery. 19-2t
Guaranteed vulcanizing at Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf

Fourth Annual Tournament of That

Healthy Sport Will Begin 20th
Of February
(Associated Press)
St. Petersburg, Jan. 19 The fourth
annual tournament for the horseshoe
pitching championship of the United
States will be held here beginning
February 22nd, according to J. Todd
Flowers, president of the National
Association of Horseshoe Pitchers.
The prize list will total $1500.
Florida's Greatest nonor in that Craft
Has Fallen to a Key
West Man
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Jan. 19. Charles H.
Ketchum, of Key West, was re-elected
grand master of the Masonic Grand
Lodge at its session here today.
Knights Templar to New Orleans
'Florida members who will attend
the triennial convention of the
Knights Templar organization of
North America, which begins in New
Orleans April 25th, will leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on a special train over the
Atlantic Coast Line April 23rd, ac according
cording according to an announcement made by
officials of that graternal organization
here today.
London, Jan. 19. (By Associated
Press) The pope's fever is somewhat
diminished but absolute rest and quiet
and still necessaryfor him.
Paris, Jan. 19. (By the Associated
Press). Mrs. Thomas Stewart Ryan,
a widely known American violinist,
known professionally as Miss Audrey
Creighton, died today. She had been
suffering several days from the effects
of swallowing poison tablets.
The ladies of the Eastern Star sew sewing
ing sewing circle were entertained yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A.
Smith. There was a large attendance
and much work was accomplished.
Mrs. Nell Doty, of Bluffton Chapter,
Bluff ton, Ohio, was the guest of the
afternoon. After much sewinar and
chatting, the ladies were invited into
the dining room where sandwiches,
cake and coffee were served by Mrs.
Smith's daughter, little Miss Harriet
Smith. Mrs. J. H. Smith invited the
ladies to meet with her at the next
regular meeting.
Baked beans and brown bread Sat
urday at Carter's Bakery. 19-2t
This is a Studebaker year.
Frieda Hempel has adopted "Dixie"
as her own. When the world famous
prima donna sang it in honor of tie
Confederate veterans' reunion in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, she received the greatest ova ovation
tion ovation in her career. Six thousand peo people
ple people rose with a single impulse at the
first note and stood while the famous
prima donna sang thesouthern clas classic.
sic. classic. Above the tumultous applause
rang the rebel yelL Started by a few
veterans, it was taken up by other in
different parts of the house until the
very rafters of the huge auditorium
resounded with the stirring battle cry.
: "Miss Hempel will, sing at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater on January 27th.

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wad m the hands of the law and

would almost certainly have been

hong if brought to trial. The men

who lynched him did not do it to up

hold the law or prevent repetition of

murder. They did it from an unreas

onable desire for immediate revenge-

a feeling that all civilized white men

should discourage. They have dis

graced themselves ana orougnt re

proach on their county and state.

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(Evening Star January 19, 1902)

Mrs. Mary Allen announces that the

Dixon House at Crystal River opened
Jan 6th. This well appointed house
faces the river and is well located.
Mrs. Allen has made arrangements to
furnish boats and guides for her
Mrs. George McDonald of Toronto,
Canada, arrived in Ocala today and is
the guest of Mrs. C. Larratt Gamsby
for the winter. The lady is an enthus

iastic golfer and good player.
The trustees of the Ocala sub-school

board held a meeting at Mr. R. A.
Burford's office Saturday afternoon.
Prof. Yarn and Supt. Cam met with

the trustees to devise plans whereby

The Miami Metropolis propounds

the following, which isn't likely to be

answered, to State Superintendent of

Public Instruction Sheats:

"A number of weeks ago, the Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis asked, in behalf of the chil

dren of Florida, and of Florida school the capacity of our schools might be

teachers who are honest and capable, I enlarged.

for the publication of the report of Nute Sparkman of Crystal River
that committee appointed last summer J was in town this morning attending

to investigate the work of the 'Flying j United States court. Mr. Sparkman
Squadron' the traveling examiners j is well known in Ocala, having been

who pass upon the qualifications of lone of E. W. Agnew & Company's

Life is just one bond

issue' after

Alachua county seems to be pretty
much of the same opinion as Marion
about road material.

We mislaid our sharp scissors last
night, but that isn't the only reason

why our editorials today are so dull

We miss our clever young friend,
"Red" Da vis, from the sporting pages

of the Times-Union. What has become

of "Red"?

Florida teachers.
"A copy of the editorial was sent to

W. N. Sheats, state superintendent of
public instruction, and to Governor
Hardee, but it brought no reply and

no explanations. Something seems to

be decidedly 'rotten in Denmark' in
connection with the work of that 'Fly

ing Squadron' and the effort on the
part of the state superintendent to
prevent the people of Florida having
the report of that committee's investi investigations
gations investigations doesn't look good at all.
"Numbers of teachers who have had
experience with the alleged examina

tion for teachers' licenses in Florida,
under the system now in vogue, are
dissatisfied with its work. Injustice
of various kinds are reported, and the
committee was appointed for the un understood
derstood understood purpose of getting the facts
for the public.
"Just why does Mr. Sheats refuse to
give that report to the people?"

If they want a really, truly farmer
on the federal reserve board, weTtnow
a number of Marion county men 'who
can fill the plans and specifications.
Napoleon said that history is fiction
agreed upon, but we can sorrowfully
certify that there has been darn little
agreement about the history made
during the time we have been able to
sit' up and take notice.

If any more visitors to Bimini get

lost they ought to cut it out 'of the
papers.-?-Sanford Herald.

Visitors to Bimini are important
people in Miami. If we ever go to Mi Miami
ami Miami again, we shall visit Bimini our-self.

The Associated Press office in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville informs its Florida newspa newspapers
pers newspapers that construction in the state

during 1921 easily exceeded the $40, $40,-000,000
000,000 $40,-000,000 mark, reports from ten cities
alone showing building permits issued
to the value of $22,915,836, a figure
that is regarded as far below the actu actual
al actual cost of the projects authorized in inasmuch
asmuch inasmuch as the proposed cost given
when a building permit is obtained in
Florida unusually is from twenty-five
to seventy-five per cetn less than the
actual outlay.

popular clerks before he struck out
in business for himself.
The hospital has only three patients,
two white and one black. Mr. Ed Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, who was operated on for appen appendicitis,
dicitis, appendicitis, is doing nicely.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star January 19, 1912)

Little Edward Helvenston, who had

the misfortune to fall into the, fire
some time ago and "burn himself, is
improving rapidly.
Mr. L. S. Light, the Reddick philo philosopher,
sopher, philosopher, was in town yesterday.
A party of, Ocala crack shooters
went out to the big Howell farm at
Anthony this morning after doves and
returned with 684 doves. In the party
were J. H. Spencer, J. P. Galoway, Dr.
E. G. Lindner, James Johnson, Joe

Ben ana otners. mere were seven seventeen
teen seventeen in the party.

Mrs. T. E. Bridges gave a dinner
last night at her cozy home on South
Sanchez street.
Mrs. W. T. Mcllwaine and her little
daughter Virginia, came up from
Lakeland last evening to attend the
installation of officers of the Eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, who have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs. R.
T. Adams, in this city, have returned

to their home in Elkader, Iowa.


We have a sheet of copy headed
"Federal Board Reports on Vice, Sup Suppression."
pression." Suppression." Federal boards are one of
this nation's most expensive vices.
They are mostly made up of people
Who couldn't earn a living if they had
to work.

And a well,, known college professor
says that American women are most mostly
ly mostly knock-kneed. The learned prof,
oughtn't to knock their knees.
So far as we have been able to see,
the professor is mistaken.

We have received from Senator
Fletcher a copy of the Congressional

Directory for the second session of the

bixty-Seventh vJongress. There is
more up-to-date information about
the United States government in the
Congressional Directory than in any

other book we know.

We have received a long and inter

esting article, boosting a person "we

don't know as a candidate for office.
Said article is neatly typed on one
side of good white paper, and we are
using the blank side to write copy on
today. Now, some smarty will say
the other side would be the most interesting.

The several hundreds girls, attend attending
ing attending the Michigan City, Indiana, high

school, without a single exception,

have signed a pledge which taboos,

until high school and college days are

ended, all forms of masculine famili familiarity.
arity. familiarity. The girls are perfecting an or organization
ganization organization which will be a permanent

auxiliary of school activities. The
movement was started by a lecturer,

who plans to perfect similar organiza organizations
tions organizations in all high schools in Indiana.
Miami Metropolis.
Indiana is a nice state, but it is no noticeable
ticeable noticeable that more people come to
Florida from Indiana than go to In Indiana
diana Indiana from Florida.

It is reported that our Florida sen senators
ators senators are trying to obtain for R. Hud Hudson
son Hudson Burr a place on the interstate
commerce commission. We hope, if
the report is true, that they will not
succeed. Mr. Burr is more of a poli politician
tician politician than a statesman, and on the
interstate commission he would not,
in the Star's opinion, bring the. state
any credit nor do the country any

The members of Fort King Camp
No. 14, Woodmen of the World, meet
at their hall tomorrow evening to
have one of those good, old-fashioned
sessions like they used to have before
kaiserism and fraserism turned them themselves
selves themselves loose. Let all sovereigns be
present and do their best to make the
occasion a happy and successful one.

(Phil Armstrong in Times-Union)

Speak a good word, brother, for the

town you're living in.

While some are using hammers toot
your horn above the din,
Just show 'em you're a booster from
the Land of Boosterville
And shout the old town's virtues from
your housetop on a hill.
It's giving you your living, then why
should you knock the place,
And go around complaining with a
long and souring face.
The trains and boats are running out
of it each single day,

And nobody's got you chained to it if

you would go away.
Don't knock the town you're living in
and spread the mournful news
That every man's a profiteer and it
gives you the blues,
Just pack your cigar box of things
and do not try to stay
And like the Arab fold your tent then
softly steal away.
But if upon the other hand you want
to snatch success
And salt some bones away and be
somebody too I guess

You'd better give your horn a toot,
your hammer throw away
And say this is the best town in the
good old U. S. A. j


Here is an opportunity you have
never had before in Ocala to buy pure

clarified and pasturized milk. L

Our Prices

Today is the 115th anniversary of
Robert Edward Lee, the great chief chieftain
tain chieftain of the Confederacy; one of the
few men who left an unstained name
to history. For fifty years the" young
men of the South have been advised to
pattern their lives after that of Gen General
eral General Lee, and never was better counsel

Millions of Americans felt their
hearts thrill when they heard or read
how the cruiser Brooklyn rushed to
head off the Spanish squadron when
it tried to escape from the harbor of
Santiago. If the government can no
longer use the grand old ship, it
should be taken far out to sea and
sunk. It should not be put to any
menial use or broken up for junk.

The party of men who took the ne negro,
gro, negro, "Shorty," from the officers of
the law near Mayo Wednesday and
lynched him, committed an act for
which they have no defense. The ne negro
gro negro had killed a well-known and pop popular
ular popular white man, W. R. Taylor, but he

The St. Petersburg Independent
pertinently inquires: "How can a man
acquire moonshine liquor without
these having been a violation of law?
It is illegal to make whisky now and
under the federal laws it is illegal to
have it in one's possession."

a X5



District Deputy Grand Chancellor
W. W. Stripling has made up his re report
port report to the Grand Lodge of Florida,
K. of P., for this the tenth district of
the state. Mr. Stripling has a good
report for his district good meetings
and growing lodges. Pythianism is
steadily on the increase in Florida,
and in no part more than Ocala and

14 quart milk tickets...

Single quart

15 pint milk tickets
Single pint
Heavy cream, per quart

Heavy cream, per pint .60

Plain cream, per quart . :-;.60
Plain cream, per pint .35
Buttermilk, per quart .08
Compare these prices with those

you are paying and then remember

that you are getting "pure and only

pure" milk. We deliver to all parts

of the city. PHONE 94.

Marion County Creamery Co.,
19-2t Geo. M. Shealor, Mgr.

If youll try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, youll use no other. 4-tf

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


We have some extra and very com

petent help just now and that more

of the ladies of Ocala may become ac

auainted with the excellent service

we are rendering, we will give sham

poos 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 P&rlor,
14-6t Phone 272. S. M. Hooper, Prop

In the Famous Guaranteed

Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Underwear, Bradley Sweaters
Sale Begins Satur day Jm. 21

$25.00 Suits reduced $15.00
30.00 Suits reduced 20.00
35.00 Suits
36.50 Suits reduced 26.50
37.50 Suits
40.00 Suits reduced 28.50
45.00 Suits reduced 34.50
48.00 Suits reduced 38.50
50.00 Suits reduced ... - . 39.50

Sport Coats, $25.00 value... .8120
Mackanaw Coats, $10.00 value 7.45
$35.00 Overcoat reduced ...... 25.00
40.00 Overcoat reduced-. 29.50
45.00 Oveicoat reduced...... 34-75
18.00 to 25.00 Overcoats . 16.50
1 lot Overcoats, $20 values 8.50
1 lot O'coats, values to $27.50. 10.00


Boys' Overcoats and Mackanaws
$6.50 and 7.50 values $4.95
10.00 value 6.95
11.50 value 7.95
8.50 and 10.00 value 5.85

Reduction on
Men & Boys

Values Below Today's Market
$7.50 values reduced $5.00
7.50 to 11.00 values reduced.. 6.50
8 50 to 12.50 values reduced.. 7.00
10.00 values reduced 8.00
10.00 value, full dress shoes. 7.00
lIO.OO value, plain toe, congress
and bal. 6.50
Work shoes, $2.50 to 5.00

Mens Ribbed Underwear

LOOK! Pre-War Prices

Shirts and Drawers. $1.50 val

ues, per suit now.


$2.00 values now per suit 1.50
3.00 values now per suit 2.00

Johnson and Murphy Shoes To-day and Spring
Values $15.00, Reduced to $10.00

Headlight Overalls All Boys' Knicher Knicher-$2.50
$2.50 Knicher-$2.50 values now $2.00 I bocker Pants Re-

duced 20 per cent

Other makes


Boys' Heavyweight
Union Suits
35 cents





Why Children



It contains a pleasant blend of camphor.
Menthol with Thymol, Oil Wintergreen,
Oil Eucalyptus.
- It Tontains no capsicum
and consequently does not
burn or blister the skin.
It breaks up tho phlem. clears tbe air
passages, soothes and heals. Simply
' rob it on the chest, throat and temples
and spread it Li the throat and nostrils.
For Coughs and Colds
30c at aD drug stores.
Southern Drag Marnifcrnrf' Co.,
JaekMiville. FU, Whetetalt Distributors.


Ocala. Florida


This is a Studebaker year.

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. fr-tf
This is a Stadebaker year


Occupational and professional li licenses
censes licenses mast be paid at once. Some

people are doing business in Marion

county without license. This is in vio violation
lation violation of law, and it is my duty as tax

collector to see that all licenses are
paid. The law requires that licenses

be taken out on October 1st of each

year, and if you fail to do this it is my

duty to collect DOUBLE THE
AMOUNT as a penalty. Therefore,
take notice of this final appeal.

l-5-4t-Thurs W. W. Stripling,
Tajf" "Collector, Marion County, FJa.




Forft Ming


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



118 Fort King Avenue





Geo. Hay & Co.
Oeala, Ha.
For Rent
Bed Room Kitchen
Living Room Dining Room
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
At Davidson's
Union Station Cafe
Best Dinner in Florida for
75 Cents
Any Style
cigars, Cigarettes
Needham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252
Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:85 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:33
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
3:24pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 ym
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf


a Glass

Copyright. Ml by Thm WbeeLr SrndieM, Im.
Considerably after the European in invasions
vasions invasions of the Huns and Goths came
the do less considerable invasions of
American-made shoes, American-made
millionaires and tourists. Essential
enough to down-at-the-heels baronial
estates and countless counts the first
two, but what of the resilient-necked
genus tourist out of Chillicothe or
Altoona, Keokuk or Bloody Gulch,
who spend an annual million of Amer American
ican American dollars on picture postcards of the
Leaning and Eiffel towers and the
doves of St. Mark; another annual
million up the Matterhorn, down the
catacombs and on the Lion of Lucerne ;
still another miscellaneous million or
so on French kid gloves and fillet lace;
Roman pearls and Anderson seconds;
Swiss chalet boxes and mosaic breast breastpins;
pins; breastpins; Chianti; Carlsbad and bad cor corals;
als; corals; Moulin Rouge; the Coliseum by
moonlight and gondolas by the hour?
There are quicksands In the tour tourist's
ist's tourist's hour-glass. Life is short and art
was long until Cooks lassoed the
world with a lariat-long excursionist's
ticket and Baedeker compressed the
thousand halls of the Louvre into nine ninety
ty ninety homeopathic pat?es; catalogued the
universe and asterisked the American
plan and running-water of two con continents.
tinents. continents. On board the Roumania, under a
southern sky so blue that it quivered
on the verge of sea-green, half a thou thousand
sand thousand first-class tourists crowded to the
lee railing of the promenade deck, edg edging,
ing, edging, jamming and leveling field glasses
at a remote line against the blue, so
thin that a school of porpoises might
have been !seen slicing the water with
their fins.
Miss Esther Lefkovitch, tiptoeing,
quivering, and her quick eyes framed
in a frame of blowing curls and a
pongee tourist's cap, grasped her left
neighbor's leveled field glasses and
thrust them into her father's hand.
"See, papa! Land! Land! Here,
look through Mr. Danziger's field
"Humph Humph See, Bertha,
such a speck should be land."
"See, mama! Here, you look, too.
See, we're coming to Madeira. Fun Fun-chal
chal Fun-chal is the name of the town where
the boat stops for two hours, Isn't It,
Mr. Danziger? Try to remember that,
mama Funchal, where they make the
hand embroidery."
"Funchal T
"No, no, mama; you've got them up upside
side upside down. See. like this. Anybody
could tell, Mr. Danziger, by the way
we hold our field glasses, that this is
our first trip to Europe."
"If anybody should ask you, Esther,
your papa and me crossed to America
when we was both little enough to be
"Such Expensive Politeness as Mr.
Danziger I Can Get Cheaper."
carried in arms and not on such a
grand boat like this, neither, let me
tell you."
Miss Lefkovitch smiled through a
quick flush.
"I 1 didn't mean that kind of a
trip. Here, you see. you hold them
like this, mama ; just like this."
Mrs. Lefkovitch leaned her ample
fienre forward, fmmsed. leaned far-
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street. tf
Our repair work is guaranteed sat
isfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler. 5-tf

ther to the leeward, her lips wry with
effort and as if she tasted quince.
"Where r
"There, mama, right ahead."
-Here, Mrs. Lefkovitch, let me ad adjust
just adjust the lenses for you."
"No, no, Mr. Danziger; for myself
I can see. Go away!"
"Mama! And Mr. Damlger trying
to be polite te you."
"Such expensive politeness as Mr.
Danziger's I can get cheaper."
"Mama !"
"Just what I say I mean."
Mr. Danzinger plunged his hands
into his Scotch tweed pockets, and be beneath
neath beneath the visor of his Scotch tweed
traveler's cap smiled down at Miss
Lefkovitch blushing there beside her
mother the rich raspberry red of
"Your mama's all right. Miss Es Esther.
ther. Esther. She isn't going to let any of the
fellows on this boat get too fresh with
her, are you, Mrs. Lefkovitch T
She would venture no reply, but
passed the field-glasses, via her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, back to him.
"I tell you, Aaron, Gott set dank, if
that black line what we see out there
is land under our feet. Just see how
far away it looks."
Mr. Lefkovitch thrust forward a
face covered with a stubble of black
and gray beard. A smile broke through
it like the white grin of a faun show showing
ing showing through bracken.
"Humph!" he said. "Mama, I tell
you but that is a sight for you."
Bent were his shoulders, as If across
his back lay a pack filled with years.
Four decades previous there had been
a pack there a literal pack of the
small goods a housewife buys at her
stoop. Time and the inch-for-inch
doggedness that had stooped his shoul shoulders
ders shoulders had metamorphosed that pack
on the back into a plate-glass em emporium
porium emporium with mahogany lnners, occupy occupying
ing occupying twenty-five leased feet of the most
expensive Broadway frontage in the
But even .Atlas relieved of his vault
would, for sheer physiological reasons,
have to face the world stoop-shouldered.
So Aaron Lefkovitch. with his
latter years light, still let his head
rest like a ball ia the valley between
his shoulders.
'That such a piece of string out
there, Bertha, should be land!"
"I tell you, it ain't none too soon
for me. Enough of sea I've got. Never
so long until I die can I forget them
three rough days, Aaron. Like my
own feelings wasn't enough, I had to
have you yet on my neck and crying
like a baby I should Tay down by you
to die."
"Ach now. Bertha, never in my life
did I ask such a thing."
"Enough to see is enough, let me
tell you. Like I say ten times a day,
If not for you wanting Europe and to
meet new people. Esther, your papa
and me would ten times over rather
be home in our comfortable flat in
New York. Ain't it, Aaron? Ten
times more as this! Ain't it, Aaron?"
"Ja, Bertha, but enough of your

life you've lived on land not to be so
restless on sea a few days."
"On land, Aaron, many things can't
happen what happens on sea."
The tall end of her glance, pointed
and dartingly quick, was for Mr. Dan Danziger
ziger Danziger and hit arm, which lay along her
daughter's in an approach to a caress.
, Mr. Lefkovitch turned from the rail railing
ing railing and the white froth of water kick kicking
ing kicking out from the ship's huge flank
and the quiet swish-swash of a quiet
sea, and quirked his left eye with
lightning-quick and vulpine slyness
toward Mr. Danziger.
"Tonight, Danziger, Officer Childs
says we can have our last little game
up In the lounge-room, so through the
windows we can see the Gibraltar
when she comes in sight."
"Aaron, I
"Ach now. Bertha ; tomorrow don't
we land in Naples for good? I ask
you, the last night does it make any
difference a little game more or less?",
"I wish already this minute It was
time to get off the boat in Naples."
"Ach now. Bertha, my last night en
the boat! What you bet when I got
up today I put on my. winning clothes?
I got on today enough winning clothes,
Danziger, to beat yeu if you are .ten
times so lucky like always."
"That talk, Aaron, don't get no no-wheres
wheres no-wheres with me. Lose just so much
as you like. I don't worry no more.
That's how disgusted me and the
ladles on this boat feel about how all
you men lose your shirts off your
backs to Mr. Danziger. Pull here my
chair, Esther; that's how disgusted I
feel. The shirt off your back yen can
"Mama !"
Miss Lefkovitch lowered maiden
eyes before the allusion, assisted her
parent to the steamer chair and
packed the rug close about her frank frankly
ly frankly distended ankles.
"Mama, you you mustn'4 say such
"Nice talk don't go no more with
your papa, Esther. I'm ashamed
enough, too. that even in front of you
1 got to talk to him plain, like I feel."
"But such a feeling I got in my
bones for winning tonight. Bertha,
you should know."
"All the feelings what you got in
your bones, Aaron, is rheumatism for
me to rub."
..t.i. rmS tnnfotit- Hoif riff
Dr. Fl E. McClane is now located
j in Commercial Bank building. OSce
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tt
All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
j jewelry store in the Harrington Hall

your Tack "1 win 'your shirt. Lb. you
Boogber. you ?
Mr. Danziger relaxed his straight
figure against the jutting end of a life lifeboat,
boat, lifeboat, blew away a wreath of cigarette
smoke and gazed seaward. He was
groomed, full of good points, nor lack lacking
ing lacking in the ready smile that wins. Gray
were his eyes, with fine crow's-feet of
laughter about them. Polished, even
a bit too highly his fingernails and
manners, his black patent leather
boots and black patent leather hair.
The smile in all its undaunted amiabil amiability
ity amiability he turned full upon Mrs. Lefko Lefkovitch.
vitch. Lefkovitch. his fine teeth flashing whitely.
"Come now, Mrs. Lefkovitch. Til
prove it by any of you. Is it me or
the old gentleman out for the game
tonight? I've got Miss Esther for
proof, is it me or the old gentleman?"
Miss Lefkovitch turned scorching eyes
toward her father.
"Of course, its papa, every time.
Without fall just as soon as me and
Mr. Danziger or or anybody get seat seated
ed seated up on top deck after supper to en enjoy
joy enjoy the evening, up he comes and
drags him right down to that old
game to that old game!"
"Hear, Mrs. Lefkovitch, how jlfss
Esther scolds the old gentleman, too."
"Truth Is truth. Mr. Danziger. That
my husband on a first pleasure trip
he takes from his business In twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years, a man that all his life Eas
had to work from dark until dark to
get up to where he is now, should lose
four hundred and eighty dollars to a
young man wfiat everybody on the
boat says is full of luck up to his
teeth, ain't no little thing."
"But Mrs. Lefkovitch
"Ach Bertha"

"And on top of it all to tell his
wife, until she hears it straight from
the other ladies, that It is only four
dollars and eighty cents what he lost
1 ask you. Mr. Danziger, is it right?"
"Ach now. Bertha. I didn't"
"You did, Aaron, right down in our
stateroom when you came in tha
night and I asked you. 'Four dollars'
and eighty cents, Bertha,' you said,
just like that. Right away, when yon
went to your bunk that night with
your pants' pocket under the mattress.
I ought to have suspected."
"But Bertha"
"Is that so nice, Mr. Danziger? 1
tell you for a young man what pre
tends he likes so much to be with my
daughter, that he should play cards
every night with her papa and win
away like that it it makes me feel
bad enough, I can tell you."
"Mama !"
"Ja, and you! Ain't you said your yourself,
self, yourself, Esther, how at night when it gets
prettiest for the young girls and the
young men to sit out under the moon moonshine,
shine, moonshine, how always when card time
comes you find yourself left by your yourself?
self? yourself? Tell mama. Esther, ain't you
said It?"
"Ach now, Bertha, wait till we land
at Naples tomorrow and I get you
an Eyetalian policeman to tell your
troubles to."
"I'd like to see once Abe Katz do to
you tricks like that. Esther. There's
a young man for you I always say
could learn the whole world manners."
"Come, Danziger, I play you for no
stakes, just a little game of freeze freeze-out,
out, freeze-out, eh? No stakes, eh?"
"But, papa, Mr. Panziger and I were
going up on top deck this morning
and watch Madeira till we land."
"Ach no, Esther, like a good girl
you stay and watch it by mama a
little, eh? See, out there already how
big the land gets. Stay by mama
and in half an hour we be up again,
eh, Danziger? A little freeze-out! No
stakes, Bertha, no stakes!"
"Don't make out of me a fool,
Aaron; it only makes me madder."
"See, Danziger, what a henpecker of
a little wife I got."
Mr. Danziger placed a pat affection affectionately
ately affectionately between the older man's shoulder-blades.
"Your old gentleman here is surely
a card, Mrs. Lefkovitch. Hope to die
If In the seventeen times I've crossed
I've struck a character that can match
up te him."
"For you, Mr. Danziger, two cards
I guess he is with four hundred and
"See, Mrs. Lefkovitch, how your
daughter takes up for me."
"Come, Danziger! Esther, you stay
here by mama a little."
"Don't be so considerate of me all
of a sudden, Aaron. Enough by my myself
self myself I've sat on this boat."
"Come, Danziger!"
"Aw, papal"
"Never mind, Miss Esther ; when we
land I'm going to take you riding up
the funicular at Funchal and show
you the scenery of your life. They're
nifty little islands, the Madeiras. I've
been right through them clear to the
"Come, Danziger, and no stakes."
"Now, Mrs. Lefkovitch, just you
wait and see if he don't win the
spades right off the cards. Coming.
Lefkovitch. coming."
And they were off arm in arm down
the well-washed Juxuriously wide
deck, past lines of steamer chairs
joined together with an endless chain
of gossip, occupants tilted backward
until the soles stood upright and the
mind reclined.
T AX i V AVO Of' cton KfcSrlfc sVk
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc. For plans and
particulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D-, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

recuffibenr parent "511? Wfkovifch
cast down upon her. a glance that
wavered with tears.
"Honest, mama, you you're just
the limit."
"The limit I am, am I, because a nix
of a young man nobody knows who
he is. can't come alc-ua; and pull the
wool over my eye like he can over
my lauhters r.nd her papa's."
"He's one of the swellest feUows tn
this boat, that's what he is, if you
want to know it. Everybody knows
that he knows all the swells of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, the Bamberger? and all of them."
"Such talk don't jr with me. So do
I know all the swell of New York,
the Felsenthals nd Schimms, when I
see them rifle on Fifth avenue in their
automobiles rnd see in the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers the Van Itippens pictures."
"Yon and your old foTy idea don't
donT understand, mama."
"I teU you. Ksther. sometimes I ra
glnd 1 am an ld foy vher T e
where aM your tjii iiieas tret us. Von
wanted to come to Ku;--Te !: ;v
'.ame. Since pao:i can; do
what he likes hik! jour r.rotheiil w.r
is oid enough to watch lite Imsiiio--
I don't waut I should deprive ,;.
daughter of anything what she vat;'s.
but I tell you, Esther, if I was a young
girl with a young man like Abe
"Mama, please !"
"1 mean what I say. You thought
on this trip to Europe such fine new
people you could meet. But not one
boy on. this boat have I seen what can
stand up for a minute by Abe Katz.
I tell you, Esther, even In the night
when I lay down In that hot bunk of
mine, how that boy's face comes right
in front of me the way he looked at
you from the pier when this boat

sailed off. I tell you. just with his
whole face he was In love."
"Oh. I'm I'm not saying anything
against Abe. am I. mama? What
"Oh, I'm I'm Not Saying Anything
Against Abe, Am I, Mama?"
what do you keep bringing him up
'Because I got eyes what see. Be Because
cause Because I got eyes what see If you go
ihe. whole world over, another boy like
Ate you won't rind. A fine young
business man that would treat you like
a queen. I tell you. Esther, the quick quicker
er quicker you get such a nonsense as meet meeting
ing meeting the swells ontrip to Europe out
f your head, the better. Abe maybe
nin't so swell, but all I ever heard
.on could say against him was his big
ars and
"Mama, please don't keep harping
n on him."
"I ain't. Esther. I ain't. Like your
apa says. I should be the last one
ever to force my children to get mar marled.
led. marled. But ake my word Esther; the
nest thing what can happen to you
.n this trip is you should write him
to meet us in Paris like he wants you
should. I tell you. Esther, If you can
make up your mind to want him bad
enough to ask him to meet us In
Paris, that. I say. is the best thing
what tan happen on this trip."
"Oh, mama, you you make me so
uiad. If I if I want to write to Abe
to meet us in Europe, I I don't need
you to always keep telling me about
it. I I came away to to get away
from that crowd of boys at home. I
"To pick up with such sporty kind
of men like this Danziger from Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, I guess. I teU you, Esther, I
"I can't help what you think, mama.
Papa and I like him alrighty. He's
been all over. He knows more about
the world than you and papa and Abe
and me put together. He's going to
show us Switzerland and the Riviera
if he can change his ticket."
( Continued Tomorrow)
All members of Fort King Camp,
W. O. W., should bear in mind their
meeting and installation Friday night,
January 20th. State Manager E. D.
Rivers will be present. All Woodmen
and members of the Woodmen Circle
in the county are invited to be present.
The officers of the camp want to make
this a big meeting. An oyster sup supper
per supper will be served after the meeting.
Chiropractic for stomach, kidney
and liver troubles, rheumatism and
other physical ailments. It removes
the cause. See Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala
House. 16-t-'

Fraternal Orders

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. & A
M, meets on the first and third
Thursday eveninjrs of each month t
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A, a Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. Ill 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
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. ML, on the fourth
Friday m every month at 8 p. m.
A. I Locas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
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. 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.
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.
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.
Irs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
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. Whiteaides, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judl Judl-eiaJ
eiaJ Judl-eiaJ Circuit of Florida, In and for
Marion County, in Chancery.
Anthony Special Tax School District
No. 35 of Marion County, Florida,
Petitioner, vs. the State of Florida,
To the Tax Payers and Citizens of An Anthony
thony Anthony Special Tax School IHatrict
No. 35, of Marion County. Florida:
You are hereby notified that on the
17th day of January, Anthony
Special Tax School Iistrict No. 35, of
Marion county, Florida, filed a petition
in the circuit court of the fifth judicial
circuit of Florida, tn and for Marion
county. In chancery, against the state
of Florida, to determine the authority
of the said district to incur a bonded
aabt, and the legality of all proceed proceedings
ings proceedings had or taken in connection there therewith,
with, therewith, said bonded debt desired to be in incurred
curred incurred by said district being as fol follows:
lows: follows: Ten Thousand Dollars 110,000.00)
in bonds of said district, 'bearing seven
per cent interest per annum from their
date, interest payable semi-annually,
all of said bonds to be dated January 1,
1922, maturing as follows:
$5000.00 of said bonds to be due
and payable ten years from their
date, and
$5000.00 of said bonds to be due
and payable twenty years from
their date,
both principal and interest of said
bonds to be payable at the county de depository
pository depository of 'Marion county, Florida, or
wherever the board of public Instruc Instruction
tion Instruction of said county may designate at
the time of the issuance of the said
Therefore, you are hereby notified
that pursuant to Sections Z2HS to 3302,
inclusive, of the Revised General Sta Sta-tues
tues Sta-tues of Florida, the judge of tie circuit
court of the fifth judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for Marion county, on
the 17th day of January, 1&22, issued an
order to the state attorney of the fifth
judicial circuit of Florida, requiring
him to sbow cause, if any cause he
might nave, before the judge of said
court in the circuit court room, in the
Marion county court house, Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
13th day ml February. 1822,
at ten o'clock a. m., why said bonds
should not be validated and confirmed,
and at the same time and place, YOU
show cause, if any you may have, why
said bonds above described should not
be so validated and confirmed.
Witness my -hand and official seal
this 17th day of January, 1922.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
: By R. K. BATTS, D. C.
Petitioners Solicitors. 1-19-Thurs
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalraers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
yt ti.' mttM for every-
I body at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
I Harrington Hall block. &-tf


uu oniis

If you have any society items
Ihe Star, please call five-one.
Miss- Pearl Fausett
friends at Miami.
is visiting
Smoke Don Rey. That' good cigar.
Mrs. Ray Garnett of Plant City, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala yesterday and is the
guest of her sister, Miss Rena, Smith.
Danrinar lessons taught. Phone
175. 12-6t
Mrs. J. E. Evans returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from her former home in Sparta,
Ga., where she has been for the past
Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
Mr. V. G. Needham'and wife, who
live out on the Blitchton road, were
welcome visitors to the Star Wednes
Federal Fruit Cake.
Mr. C. C. Balkcom, one of our live
traveling men, is some for a few days
from a trip over the larger portion of
the state.
Chiropractic for stomach, kidney
troubles, rheumatism and other phys
ical ailments. It removes the cause
See Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala House. It
Mr. Joe M. Allen of Greencastle,
Ind., son of the late W. E. Allen, is
the guest of his niece, Mrs. J. W,
The best bread and rolls you ever
ate can be had at the Federal Bakery,
fresh every day. 3-6t
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Shively and their
pretty little daughter, Ann, of Rugby,
N. D., are the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
G. C. Shephard. Dr. Shively and Dr.
Shephard were classmates in college.
We are making plenty of Pullman
bread every day now. Federal Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 8-6t
Ask for Stearns Day t)ream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. ,,..? 4-tf
There will be a meeting of the phys physical
ical physical culture class of the Business
Woman's Club tonight at the club
room sat eight o'clock with Miss East
man as director.
Free air and a man to put it in
right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanising
Company. ,3-tf
Day Dream ijilet water oniy at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
Mr. Ernon Fraser, of Hawthorne, is
in the city attending the State Swine
Growers Association. He represented
the boys' pig club at the meeting aftdl
read an interesting paper. Mr. Fraser
is a cousin of Mr. Carroll Fraser.
Our sausage is always fresh &s we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf
Take your watch and jewelry re repair
pair repair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. 6-tf
Little Miss Bettie Harris, who has
been visiting her father, Mr. T. H.
Harris, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. E, Harris, returned to Lakeland
with her grandmother, Mrs. J. M.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. S-tf
The auction party that was to have
been given yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. T. S. Trantham, by Miss
Musie Bullock, was postponed until
next Wednesday on account of the
serious illness of Mrs. Trantham's
You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 4-tf
Fresh meats
Street Market
and poulary.
Phone 108.
Mr. Sam Leigh has arrived in Ocala
from Jacksonville, where he has been
making his headquarters for the past
two years. The Ocala friends of the
Leighs are delighted to know that
they will again make Ocala their
home. Mrs. Leigh will probably be
here by the end of the week.
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone' 168. tf


Parker Painter of the Broadacres
Dairy Announces a Price of
Fifteen Cents a Quart
Beginning January 18th Broadacres
Dairy will deliver milk in Ocala at 15
cents a quart. The high standard of :
our whole Jersey milk will be main-.
tained, such a quality that a large
percentage of Ocala children use it. A
government tested, pure bred and I
high grade Jersey herd. Telephone
the farm or address Box 522, Ocala.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and baby daugh
ter Bettie, came home from the hos hospital
pital hospital today. This paper was in error
in stating that they had returned sev several
eral several days ago. Mrs. Frank Bauknight
of Jacksonville, Mrs. Edward Drake's
and Mrs. Carroll's mother, arrived
this afternoon to spend a few weeks
with her daughters and see the new
In last week's edition of the Lees-
burg Commercial, there appears an
article describing the location flf a
former Ocalan, Dr. F. E. Weihe, in
Leesburg, where he has opened an of
fice. His office is located m the East
Harber Jewelry Company store and is
well equipped. Mrs. Weihe and their
two children are comfortably located
in one of the Kerl bungalows.
Federal Fmit Cake.
Man's Mental Superiority Not Du. to
the Relative Size of His
F.lephants and whales are said to
surpass human beings in the weight
f their brains. But, compared with
he weight of the whole body, there
are not many animals which can heat
man in fact, it may surprise the
reader to know that there are ani animals
mals animals existing which rank ahead of hu humanity
manity humanity taking, of course, the weight
f the brain as against that of the
whole body.
ilany kinds of monkeys, certain
members of the squirrel family, and a
few of the mouse species, all being
small animals, surpass man in brains
so we are told. Any animal, however,
which is larger than a man, has no
brain which is relatively as large as
It would appear that man's mental
superiority is due rather to the qua
ity and organization of his brain than
to the size, says a London Answers
The usual weight of a man's brain I
said to be 49 ounces, as against a
woman's 44 ounces.
A small head is no criterion as to
the brains of a person; it depends
upon the cerebral convolutions as to
one's brain power. Indeed, it is said
that the large brains do not always de denote
note denote great mental capacity.
Many celebrated men in the past
have possessed brains weighing less
than the average 49 ounces of man mankind
kind mankind generally.
A brain weighing over 60 ounces
said to have been the heaviest known
was the possession of a man who
never earned more than 40 shillings a
week during the whole of his lifetime
Another man who never earned a large
sum was said to have a record brain
for weight, so that size and weight are
nothing to go by
Fishes brains weigh a 3,888th part
of their whole bodies.
Many Precious Stones Now Are Imi Imitated
tated Imitated So Closely That Detection
Is Difficult.
Rubies, sapphires, emeralds, many
other stones, can now be imitated so
beautifully that it is no longer ea-y to
detect the difference, upon a casual ex examination.
amination. examination. Pearls are made in a num number
ber number of varieties, and imitation pearls
are plentiful and often worn. ;
While only an expert can determine j
whether some gems are jrenuine, j
there are certain simple methods by
which in most cases "the genuine ar- j
tlcle" may be detected at home. j
Color is usually considered tli first j
great criterion of all precious stones, j
It is now generally conceded, however,
that color alone is not a criterion by
which stones may be judged ; other ;
physical properties must he taken into
consideration by the jewel expert. j
The structure of the stone js n more j
certain test. The optical properties i
of the stone, however, are the most j
certain test generally known a it- J
"refractive property." This can he i
ascertained by means of a small in-
strument known as a "refractometer.' j
Refraction means simply the bend- j
tng of the light rays out of their nor- :
mal course, when passing through ci-r-
tain solid ohjerts. Th degree to
which these lijrht waves are 'rut is
Tfi"r:wtivt itnlex.
most transparent billies. iiulndi!i
gems, the refractive index is con constant
stant constant and known. Hence a decree of
refraction which differs from that
established for the specie- le:ids to
the certainty that the stone under ex examination
amination examination is not a enu!fte iie. h : t
an imitation. Hereward Carrinton,
Ph. D.. In Leslies.
Our repair work is guaranteed sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler. 6-tf


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
TO RENT OR BUY A farm; about
30 or 40 acres, close in and if pos-
sible with tools and farming imple
ments. Mr. Wallace, 120 North
Sanchez, or phone 440. 13-6t
FOR SALE Six-room house, two
blocks from postoffice. Price $750.
S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 12-12t
j FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
I sleeping apartment. Phone 221 or
call at 607 E. Fort King. 14-6t
FOR RENT An exclusive furnished
apartment in Lynwood Park; five
rooms, electric lights, electric stove,
all modern improvements; garage.
Apply to Joe Bell or E. S. Ger Ger-nant.
nant. Ger-nant. 12-tf
SEWING WANTED WTill do plain
or fancy sewing for men, women or
children. Phone 305. Mrs. Mollie
Hodge, at dormitory. 16-6t
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un
furnished. Apply at No. 120 North
Sanchez street. 19-tf
HAULING We are equipped with
two good trucks and do hauling of
all kinds at reasonable prices. Our
motto: "Prompt and efficient serv
ice." Cordrey Bros'. Transfer Line
Phone 434. 1-11-tf
FOR SALE One ton Ford truck with
cab. In excellent condition. Good
tires. Address Box Y, Ocklawaha
Fla. 18-6t
f LtAN l & ransies, Bermuda onions
lettuce, cabbage, for sale by C. H
Cooner, Ocala. Phone 389. 18-6t
FOR RENT Several nicely furnish
ed, large, airy bed rooms, in private
family. Apply 504 E. Oklawaha
Ave. or phone 379. 18-6t
WOOD All lengths oak or pine; for
cookstove, heater or fireplace.
give you quick service. Phone 322,
Also pair of mules, new wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N.
Magnolia St., Ocala. 3-lm
FOR RENT Furnished apartment;
bed room, dining room and kitch kitchenette;
enette; kitchenette; bath room, hall and porch.
Apply to Mrs. R. Ragsdale at the
Fort King Confectionery or phone
530. 18-3t
FOR SALE One ton Ford truck with
cab. In excellent condition. Good
tires. Address Box Y, Oklawaha,
Fla. 20-lt
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.

How Ironized Yeasit
Fills Out Figure

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Nt all jrsast win glva the de de-strsd
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Tto eyestrain or weak
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which have
been found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to the ordinance of said city:
One red large sow no mark; one black
cow marked crop one ear, crop and up up-perbit
perbit up-perbit in other; one black heifer, no
The owners thereof, or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
towit: On the 22nd day of January,
1922, 1 will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
piace netween the nours or n a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ucala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder.
Of Teachers' Examination
The state teachers' examination
will hold an examination in Ocala
commencing January 24th, 1921. All
teachers now teaching without Florida
certificates will be required to take
this examination. All others desiring
to take the examination are asked to
be on hand.
The business woman's club room
will be used for the white people to be
examined in and the Metropolitan hall,
over the Metropolitan Savings Bank,
for the colored.
Examination will commence Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, January 24, 1922, at nine o'clock,
ltd&w H. G. Shealy, Supt.

And Puts New "Pep" and Energy
in Thin, Nervous, Rundown Folks

taking IRONIZED YEAST tablets for health with results which
ia many eases are actually aatonishlnr. For thin folks to gain Its
pound or more oo the very first package la not unusual. .Com
plexlona blotched with pimples, etc., are very often entirety cleared
up within 10 to 14 days. As for increasing "19" and energy,
apparent "miracles" are reported by folks who were formerly run rundown,
down, rundown, weak, and lacking in physical and mental Tigor.

Here Is The Secret!
Nature intended that you shetild
hare a well developed figure, with
the clear akin, sparkling eyas,
strecg nerves and rugged strength
that goes with it. And if you are
now thin and run-down it is be because
cause because certain of Nature's laws
have been disobeyed. Nature rs-
nrorjar amount of Tltamlass and iron in to SWT
two essential elements are lacking in the
la why so many of ua are thin and run-down.

Yeast Best When Ironized
The thing to do Is to supply this lack by taking with each meal
two tiny IRONIZED YEA8T tablets which cob tain to highly
concentrated form, a specially cultured yeast grown under the

the correct amount of the two ether
Water Soluble C which are eeuaQy
three vltammes bring exosdanf results even
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Iron, as in IRONIZED TJEA8T. 1

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Eagle Grocery Compaiy

SUGAR per pound 6c,
Cloverbloom Buter, per pound 48c
Octagon Soap, large 6c
White Bacon, two pounds 25c
Lard Compound, two pounds 25c
Three pounds Navy Beans 25c
Cabbage, green head, pound 5c
Twelve pounds Grits or Meal 30c
j Fancy No. 2 Tomatoes 12c
Three Cans Van Camp Soup 25c
Fancy Sugar Corn per can 14c
Fancy Self Rising Flour, 24 lbs... 95c
Fresh Country Eggs, dozen 35c
Corn, 100-lb. sack 1 .$1.75
Oats, 100-lb. sack $2.05
Shorts, 75-lb. sack $1.70
Sweet Feed, best, per sack $2.10
Cotton Seed Meal, sack $2.40

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Best Line Fruits & Vegetables

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel


All Light and Water consumers who have not
paid up their accounts by the 20th inst. will be cut
off without further notice and $1.00 charged for re reconnecting
connecting reconnecting the service.
H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk

Ocala Cash Market

Buy Your Meats and Groceries for Cash
and Avoid Paying for the Bad Ac Accounts
counts Accounts of Others. Free Delivery
A Few Money Savers

Round Steak, lh ..18c
Loin Steak, lb 23c
Beef Stew, lb.... ..12c
Beef Roast, lb 20c and 15c
Beef Liver lb 20c
Pork Chops, lb 18c
SUGAR, per
10 pounds Grits 25c
10 pounds Mea- 25c
Navy Beans, U ; 10c
Lima Beans, lb 10c
Black Eye Peas, lb 7c
Best Rice, lb 7c
Two package? ??a?aroni il5c
Best Syrr- frt 12c
F.esl y eernfatnes. lb ,.2c
Irish Potatoes, lb 5c
Sugar Cured Hams, lb. 40c
Picnic Hams, lb. 25c
24 lbs. Good Self Rising Flour, per

12 lbs. Good Self Rising Flour, per sack ooe
24 lbs. Fancy Self Rising Flour, per sack .$1.20
12 lbs. Fancy Self Risfng Flour, per sack 65c
24-lb. Sack Gold Medal. or Pillsbury Flour ..$1.35
12-lb. Sack Gold Medal or Pillsbury Flour .. .; 70e
10-cent Packages Cigarettes, Tobacco or Snuff 9c
15-cent Packages Cigarettes, Tobacco or Snuff 14c
20-cent Packages Cigarettes, Tobacco of Snuff ........18c

Corn, Oats, Hay, Shorts and Sweet Feeds
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at Keauceu races

Compare These Prices With Those You Are Pfiying and
Then Remember That We Deliver to AU
Parts of the City


. v (New York Market Old Stand) -"
J. B. DUPREE, General Clerk; A. FAUSETT, Mtat Cutter
tiifnrwur-'1 'Ifefepfcone 110

122 S. Main St.

24 lbs. Good Self Risin?
Flour, per sack .$1.00
12 lbs. Good Self Risdne
Flour, per sack ........55c
24 lbs. Fancy Self Rising
Flour, per sack ..$.1.20
12 lbs. Fancy Self Rising
Flour, per sack 65c
24-lb. sack Gold Medal
or Pillsbury Flour ....... $1 .35
12-lb. Sack Gold Medal
or Pillsbury Flour 70c
10-cent packages Cigarettes,
Tobacco or Snuff 9c
15-cent packages Cigaretes,
Tobacco or Snuff 14c
20-cent packages Cigarettes,
Tobacco or Snuff 18c
Pork Roast, lb.: ......15c
Pork Ham, lb 18c
Pork Stew, lb. 12c
Mullet in season, lb...., 12c
Oysters, per quart ....60c
pound, 6 cents
Breakfast Bacon, lb.. ........... .25c
White Bacon, lb ....... .- 13c
Tall Pink Salmon 2..15c
Tall Van Camp Milk ......... 12c
Small Van Camp Milk 6c
Eagle Brand Milk .22c
Dime Brand Milk ....12c
No. 2 Tomatoes .............. 12c
No. 1 Tomatoes .8c
Early June Peas 15c
Stringless Beans 15c
Sweet Corn ......15c
sack ..$1.60

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