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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday, except probably showers in extreme north portion; no change temperature.
San rises tomorrow, 7:22; sets, 5:53.
TEMPERATUEE3This morning, 58; this afternoon. 78.
OCAUC FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922
PROFIT III IB
0? (HIE PER CEIIT
IAS TIER A III
FOR THE WORSE
BANDITS WILL BE
MET VITH BUCKSHOT
OFFERED BY FORO
AFTER THE COM
Conclusively Proven by Experiences
Related by Members of the Swine
' Growers Convention
Exery Little Helps, Says tie Proverb,
And this Help is Little
Thursday morning the meeting was-
ii-j a- j i m. z i tr: t
caweu 10 oruer vy luiru vice resi resident
dent resident W. M. Gist .ofr Mcintosh, who
asked Mr. S. W. Iliatt of the extension
service, Gainesville, to make a talk to
the assembly on "Why the South
Should Raise Its Own Pork. Mr.
Hiatt spoke, briefly on the fact that
the farmer could raise hogs cheaply
enough to Sell at a profit, provided he
fed them on cheap feeds, and that in
Florida more than any other state
cheap feed could be produced and that
in the south much more than in the
north. Mr. Hiatt stated that a great
change has come over the south in the
past few years. The farmers had been
producing chiefly cotton, but the boll
weevil came and ruined the cotton
prospects. Now the southern farmer
is turning to the more staple crops
and is raising foodstuffs. 'He pointed
out the fact that more money could be
made by raising hogs than by selling
the grain that it takes to fatten them.
Mr. Hiatt advises against worrying
about the low prices for hogs today
because' he says it is possible to raise
them at a nice margin of profit even
at the present low prices and that
prices are bound to rise. Iowa is a
great, if not the greatest, hog produc producing
ing producing state in the Union. Mr. Hiatt
contrasted Iowa with Florida and
showed that Florida had the advant advantage.
age. advantage. Iowa has better corn producing
land and can raise more corn to the
acre but Florida can raise a crop of
corn, velvet beans, peanuts and green
pasturage in one year because of her
superior climatic conditions. At the
end of the year Florida has the ad advantage
vantage advantage of about 200 pounds of hog
fat to the acre over Iowa. Mr. Hiatt
says that a market for the products is
our greatest trouble and cites 5-cent
hogs and 35-cent pork chops as an ex
ample. He says that the people of
Florida must.be educated to know
that there are other parts of the hog
besides the chops. The butchers say
that it is -almost impossible" to sell
some parts of the hog at all so they
have to, charge high for what they do
sell. Mr. Iliatt favors educating the
farmer to cut and cure his meat bet better.
ter. better. He says that four or five years
ago fully 50 per cent of the meat
killed spoiled because of improper
handling. This condition is probably
a little better now but is still alarm alarming
ing alarming in its extent. Poorly and irregu-
laiiy tut meal, aim Juui ly tuicu uicat
are responsible today for the fact
that the buyers prefer Armour, Swift,
Wilson or other packers' hams to
Florida hams. Statistics show that
Florida and Georgia send $1,000,000
a year to northern markets' for meat.
It is up to us to prepare our own
meat in such a way that our local peo
ple wm prefer it and ask for it.
Mr. Sellers of Jacksonville made a
short talk along the same line of edu educating
cating educating Florida people to eat Florida
meat and to teach them various ways
to use other portions of the hog that
now go to waste."
Mr. Gunn gave a brief talk on con conditions
ditions conditions in central Florida. He said
that hog raising in Alachua county,
his home, was in its infancy. He said
fViA fgrmiore fViai0 tviqa o imvA mih
take in starting to raise hogs before
they started raising the crops to feed
the hogs. They bought hogs without
first learning what it would take to
feed the hogs and the ylost money,
but they have profited by their mis
takes and are beginning to make
strides ahead now.
Mr. Bass spoke of conditions in
south Florida. He says that the peo
ple with whom he is connected there
made some feed tests and found that
hogs cost less per pound if fed on a
combination of slop feed and green
pasturage. Dead pasturage was not
Speaking for West Florida was Mr.
Clayton. He said that his section did
not have near enough hogs. He wants
the association to hold a meeting and
a sale there to stimulate hog raising.
He claims that the land there is cheap
and that it is the best corn land in the
state. To date west Florida has ship shipped
ped shipped only a few cars of hogs but Mr.
, Clayton says the country is capable
oi raising more u me iarmers can toe
started in the industry.
Mr. W. M. Traer of Jacksonville,
talk upon the conditions in Georgia
as he. saw them on a- recent visit to
Ashburn, Turner county. Mr. Traer
said that he attended a sale of pork
and breed hogs and that the sale was
a success; 500 pork hogs and 60 breed
hogs were sold in two days. He told
of a new creamery at Ashburn that
he said might be of interest to Ocala
and Marion county. This creamery
produced 10,000 pounds of butter one
month and 17,000 pounds the next. He
Washington, Jan. 20. A decrease
of one per cent from November 15th
to December 15th, in the retail cost of
food to the average family is shown
in statistics made public today by the
department of labor based on prices
of 43 articles of food reported for 61
SLAYER OF DEPUTY
SMITH HAS SURRENDERED
Tampa, Jan. 20. -The negro slayer
of Deputy Sheriff O. T. Smith, of Polk
countv. surrendered near Bake Wales
early today and was taken to Bartow
for safekeeping, according to a report
received here. Smith was shot Mon
Pope Benedict, According to the Ver Verdict
dict Verdict of His Physicians, is In
Rome, Jan. 20.- (By the Associated
Press At twelve o'clock today it
was stated the pope was in a dying
conditon. Extra editions of newspa newspapers
pers newspapers offered 'little hope regarding. his
chances for recovery. A great, crowd
began to assemble in St. Peters to
await news from the Vatican. His con condition
dition condition which yesterday was described
as not giving cause for alarm, re remained
mained remained stationary part of the night
but suddenly took a turn for the
worse and doctors were urgently sum summoned.
moned. summoned. RECEIVED LAST SACRAMENT
London, Jan. 20. (By Associated
Press). The last sacrament has been
administered to the pope, says a Cen Central
tral Central 'News dispatch from Rome this
afternoon. It was definitely stated
that the pope has pneumonia.
Rome, Jan. 20. The eucharist was
solemnly carried to the pope at 11:30
this morning and in the presence of
eighteen cardinals the holy sacrament
was placed in the Palatine chapel.
Prayers were said in Catholic schools.
All business at the Vatican has been
Rome, Jan. 20. An official bulletin
issued thfs morning on the condition
of the pope said: "His holiness has
been ill four days with influenzal
bronchitis. It has. been ascertained
that the inflammatory process has
spread to the right lung. The patient
passed an agitated night and had no
sleep. This morning dyspnoea is in intense.
tense. intense. The patient's temperature is
104, pulse 102, respiration 38."
SETTING A GOOD EXAMPLE
money we have sent them for food Rome Jjm 20Th, ,g condi.
products that we might just as well L. became aggravated abouf eleven
Prohibition Agents of California Will
Be Armed with Sawed Off
San Francisco, Jan. 20. Sawed off
shotguns will be given to all prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition agents in California, under or orders
ders orders from the state prohibition direc director.
tor. director. This action was taken, it was
announced, as a protective measure
following the attempt of bandits to
rob prohibition agents of $15,000
worth of liquor seized in "Almeda
LAYING DOWN THE LAW
TO THE HAPSBURGS
Switzerland Tells Ex-Empress Zita
Where She and Her Crowd
Kansas City; Mo., Jan. 20. Mayor
James C. Cowgill, aged 74, dropped
dead of apoplexy in his office today.
said that the creamery did more to
help the low state of finances in Tur Turner
ner Turner county than any other one thing.
Turner county also has a large stor storage
age storage plant for sweet potatoes and the
farmers there are making good re returns
turns returns from their potato crop. Mr.
Traer says that Georgia has practical practically
ly practically abandoned the cotton crop and has
turned to food products. He says
that we Florida felks laugh at -the
way we trim the Yankees whey they
come here, when really the joke is on
us. They come to Florida on the
Berne, Jan. 20. (By the Associated
Press). Former Empress Zita has
been informed by the Swiss govern government
ment government on behalf of the British,. French
and Italian ambassadors here that
she and former Emperor Charles will
be deported to an island much more
remote than Madeira if there is any
further attempt at restoration of their
throne in states former the former
Austro-Hungarian empire. Zita is
here at the bedside of her son.
OCALA BASKETBALL GIRLS
GOING TO GAINESVILLE
have raised ourselves
o'clock. Oxygen was given. Prayers
i- t x. t : J j fc
Mr. curaen iomis uu "" have been ordered said for him in all
setting home people to use home Po. ......... a men
meats. He said he tried all over Ocala the agked for ,ast sacrament
to find a home cured ham and only lo- hig attendantSv80Ught to dissuade him
cated one ham in town, ne saia me . 1T,cUtoj Mn if if
merchants claim they have no call ior . OYQTYirilo ha sa-.A
-xv u 1,f V,,o '
ouier. man -"--I Upon leaving the papal apartment
tney were unaoie to su u.c the cardinal wno administered the
when they tried. The floor became hot ?xtreme unction said the pope's mind
tnen witn general qiscuauuu u cu-. pjrfectIy- clear but his condition
eating norma iarmers to prepare miracle coald
meat wen ana r wnaa peupie. w ca,lnjni
it after the farmers raised it,
M Tstttn VTim said it VM 5m-
j I t- t oa n ... 1 IiJ
..JKU Wo o In,,) bnnse. rris -Ky U1 Associate
t I Press.) The papal nuncio here re
fined to only a part of the year and ced t,e!egJa"?.fro Baam shoy
the packing house would have to close ter 5 o'clock this afternoon saying
down the rest of the year. Mr. Johnl"'c s
Tvlni- tnnV the floor in favor of a I LATEST REPORT
packing house and for a timeargu-l Rome, Jan. 20, 5;10 p. m. (By the
ment ruled supreme, but Chairman 1 Associated Press). The condition of
Gist called the discussion to a halt I the nope remains staionary, it was
in order that the meeting might pro-1 stated at the Vatican late this after
ceed to regular business. Inoon. Camphor injections are being
Mr. O'Kelley, t representing the A. I frequently resorted to.
C. L. railroad, read a very interesting
One of the biggest basketball treats
of years for the sport' lovers of this
city will take place Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock in the gymnasium at the
U. of F., when the Gainesville high
school girls' basketball team meet
Ocala and the Gators meet Rollins
Both the G. H. S. and the Gators this
year have teams that are believed un unbeatable
beatable unbeatable and when this duet plays to together
gether together for one admission charge it is
an episode that no one who is ,ac
quainted with the game can afford to
miss. It has been arranged so that
the university students get into the
game for 25 cents and all others for
50 cents, this special rate being offer
ed to the students because they al
ready have tickets to all Gator games
and the price will only be charged
them for the girls' game. Reserved
seats will 'also be sold it is understood.
paper on the causes and prevention of
loss in shipping live stock and the care
his road was taking to make these Lynne. Jan. 18. Stuart Wallace, a
losses as small as possible. The vol-jvoune business man of Hawthorne,
ume of loss from injury and death iniwas at guest last Sunday at the home
shipping was appalling as enumerated 1 0f q. Gnann
by Mr. O'Kelley. I Lonnie Randall has returned from
The committee on resolutions pre-a trip Jacksonville.
sented the following resolutions, T. C. Wall came home Saturday
which were adopted: Ifrom Astor, where he has' been em
A resolution to carry on a carn-ipioyej for some time.
paign for education of the iarmers mi jjn and airs. W. H. Garrettson are
cutting and curing their meats and I rejoicing over the arrival of a little
the people in eating Florida meats. I gjrl into their home, who will bear the
A resolution thanking the news-eut)nonious of Wilma Harriet
papers of the-state for the publicity I Garrettson. She was born Monday,
they have given to the activities of the I j,
association. I Rahh Gnann made, a very interest
A resolution asking the interstate I mg trip to Gainesville last Sunday.
Commerce Commission to reconsider! jjev qus padgett of Fort McCoy,
its decision prohibiting the railroads I fined his regular appointment at the
I m I 1
carrying a man witn live stock smp-i Rantist church, last Sunday. While
ments free of fare in order that he J nere ne tne guest of the family of
may care for the stock. I x. L. Randall.
A resolution thanking the city oil Saturday, Jan. 14th, to Mr.
Ocala for its splendid entertainment I and j. w Randall, s little daugh-
of the association. Iter. Her little ladvshiD's name is
A resolution .thanking the swine I Patricio Evelyn Randall.
breeders of the state for their wortc in l Mrs. Herbert Cordrey has gone to
making exhibits at the various -fairs I Ocala to join her husband. They will
over the country and the publicity I make their home in that city.
they have thus given the industry in I Miss Martha Powell will leave Sat-
the United States. I nrdav for Fort Myers, where she will
A Resolution thanking the present! yjsi her brother, A. G. Powell, and
officers for the splendid work they J also her friend, Miss Madeline Wade,
have done during the past year. I f or several weeks.
A resolution favoring any laws! E. O. Powell went to Ocala Monday
passed for compulsory cattle dipping. I on matters of business.
Election of officers -was then entered
into and the f ollowing officers were I ELECTRA
President. L. S. Harvard. live Oak. I Electra, Jan. 19. We are glad to
First vice president, W. M. Gist, Mc-1 report that Mr. J. C. Pfflans, who has
Intosh. Second vice president, I H. I been very sick for the past week, is
Willis, Evinston. Third vice presi-lable to sit up again.
dent, J. P. Bass, Pierce, Fourth vice! Mr. Alva Barber will leave Wed
president, W. C. Blood, Ocala. Secre-1 nesday for Eagle Lake, where he will
tary, Wm. M. Traer, Jacksonville. continue his work.
Treasurer, H. G. Clayton, Gainesville. I Mrs. John Martin of Moss Bluff,
Choice of the next meeting place I spent Sunday afternoon with her par-.
was left to the executive committee, lenta, Mr. and Mrs, J. C Pillans
Mr. Wallace of the Agricultural De
partment Will Expose Methods
Of Men Who Loan On
Farm Mortgages -S
Washington, Jan. 20. Determina
tion to lay before the national agri
cultural conference next week the
thoroughly selfish and grasping atti
tude of many companies of different
sorts which loan money on farm mort
gages," was announced today by Sec
ACCIDENT AT WILDWOOD
It is reported here that the south
bound train on -"the Seaboard yester
day struck an auto at a crossing near
Wildwood, killing a boy who was driv
ing. According to the report,- the
auto belonged to a family named
Mills, and contained Mrs. Mills, her
oldest son and her baby and two other
boys. The Mills boy was killed and
the baby was thrown high in the air,
but almost miraculously was but little
PAY UP, BOYS.
It Would Have Saved the Government,
Says Silver, Much 3Iony, If It
Had Been Accepted Six
Storm from the North Has Done Much
Damage in the Lower Part .
Of the Go&at State
Florence, Ahu, Jan. 20.- The charge
that the federal government had lost
practically a million and a half dollars
thejast six months by not accepting
Henry Ford's offer to leave and ope operate
rate operate the nitrate plants at Muscle
Shoals was made here today before a
meeting of southern group members
of the American farm bureau, by Gray
Silver, their JWashington representa representative.
tive. representative. Ford's offer, Silver said, was
made to Secretary Weeks July 1st
last and will be transmitted in latest
form to Congress,, according to the
secretary, some time next week.
BRUCE, MEFFERT SET
A RECORD THIS WEEK
Lake Weir, Jan. 18. The friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Downing are sorry
to lose them, but glad to know Messrs.
Ellis and Rose so highly appreciate
Mr. Downing s services as engineer
that they have given him entire
charge of the engines at their lime
works at Kendrick, which will be more
responsibility but lighter work, as
Mr. Downing has never quite recover
ed from his experience in France
while fighting at the front. So his
friends delight to do him and his bon-
nie wife honor from a patriotic motive
as well as their social standing, which
generally follows an honest man
wherever he may go. t.
The melon growers are very active
in getting their land in fine condition
for planting, also the fertilizer on the
ground ready for use as past experi experiences
ences experiences have taught them railroad ex excuses
cuses excuses in shipping freight do not hurry
along the crop by any means, or miti mitigate
gate mitigate the delay when shortage of cars
The lake shore, north, east, south
and west, wake up and take notice
when Uncle Charlie and Mrs. Rhei-
nauer arrive on the lake f orthe winter
and spring months. Their home is al always
ways always open to their friends all around
the lake who they number by the hun
dreds. Uncle Charlie is perhaps the
best known man in this part of the
county. His sunny smile and kindly
greeting win him friends eevrywhere
he goes. So we always feel free to
extend the first welcome hand in the
name of the lake.
Editor Star: I read with interest
the article in the Star regarding the
little boys and their mishaps with
skates. It is right that sucK acts
should be taken notice of.
Here is another: There is an old
colored woman called Aunt Ann Bos-
tick, living about three miles south of
Martel. On the night of the 7th of
this month, she came home after a
hard day's work (which is. a nightly j Guy Miller
occurrence with Aunt Anna). While
cooking supper, two young white
men, with dogs and guns, came to her
door. They were lost, tired and hun
gry and they could go no further.
She gave them supper. For supper
they ate seven biscuit, two large
glasses of buttermilk, two cups of
coffee apiece, also about half a pound
of cheese and a corresponding amount
of butter; in fact, a large part of the
old woman's Sunday provisionsWhile
they were so occupied Aunt Anna's
son went to MarteJ and procured a
car to take the unfortunates home, to
On leaving they expressed their
warm appreciation of the treatment
they had received, and told her to go
to a certain party in Martel on the
following Wednesday and she would
receive pay for the supper, and also
for her son's trouble in goipg for the
Up until nowshe has heard noth nothing
ing nothing from them and says she doesn't
expect to. Now, the value of one' df
their guns or dogs would be fully
equal to all of : Aunt Anna's, posses
Aunt Anna's ; actions go to show
that the mHk of human kindness is
still in existence, but what about the
sense of gratitude? Yours,
Martel, Jan. 19. A. Cuthill.-
. Bruce Meffert set a record at the
trap of the Ocala Gun Club yesterday
afternoon, making a perfect scote
with fifty shots, which is the first time
fifty "straight" have been broken at
the trap. Mr. S. P. Davis, of Chicago,
and Mr. N. E. Davis, of Columbus, O
were visitors at the shoot. S. P. Da Davis
vis Davis took second place, smashing 44 of
the elusive "slays" out of fifty shots.
The. comparatively low score of N. E.
Davis is accounted for by the fact
that he was"--trying out a 20-gauge
gun. The scores follow: v
Bruce Meffert .............50 x 60
S. P. Davis ........44 x 60
N. E. Davis ..SI x 50
..31 x 60
Dr. Harry Walters .. .24' x 50
Howard Walters '. .20 x 60
Kendrick, Jan. 20. Mr. and Mrs. B.
C Webb are spending the week in
Jacksonville, having gone to attend
the "grand lodge meeting.
Mr. W. W. Baxter made a business
trip to Alachua the first of the week.
Miss- Jeslyn Sherwood spent last
week in Oklawaha.
Mrs. Hattie Webb and daughter,
Miss Julia attended the Eastern Staw
sewing circle in Ocala Wednesday aft
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit,
cuit, Circuit, in and tor AUrion County,
Florida, in. Chancery.
F. A. 3Cason. Complainant, vs. Vesta
It appearing- by affidavit appended
to the amended bill of complaint filed
in the above -entitled cause that Vesta
Mason, the defendant therein named, is
a non-resident of the state of Florida,
and that the residence of the said de defendant
fendant defendant is unknown, and that she Is
over the age of twenty-one years; it Is
therefore ordered that the said non
resident defendant, be and she 4s here hereby
by hereby required to appear to the amended
bill of complaint filed In said ctvoss on
!aday the ts y Marck, A. D
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed by the said
It is further ordered that this order
be tmblished once each week, for elrht
consecutive weeks in ucaia jsvente
Star, a newspaper publish sd tn said
county and state.
This Cth day of January, MX.
(Seal) T. D. 1AN CASTER JR
Clerk Circuit Court.
By FRANCES TARVKR.
l-i-9t-Frt Deputy C3rk.
CHINA AND JAPAN MUST
X SETTLE ABOUT SHANTUNG
Washington, Jan. 20. (Associated
Press). The Shantung question must
and probably will be settled between
China and Japan and cannot be taken
up' by the arms conference. Senator
Underwood, one of the American dele
gates, declared in the Senate today
during discussion of the controversy.
(Associated Jf ress)
Los Angeles, Jan., 20. With a cold
wave bearing minimum temperatures
reported officially as varying between
20 and 31 degrees prevalent through throughout
out throughout Southern California last night and
early today, Col. H. B. Hersey, direc
tor of the United States weather bu
reau here, declared he believed the
cold spell had been "very disastrous
to Southern California's nnharvestd
citrus crops." .1;
:-' ANTHONY C
Belleview, Jan. 18. Misses Marjo-
rie Meyers and Clara Mae Crosby
were callers on friends in Jacksonville
Mr. Phillips has accepted a position
in Orlando and is now there working.
Mrs. T rumble is finishing out the
term of school for Mrs. Matchett, our
primary teacher, as she was ill and
unable to finish the term herself.
Mr. Talley was a business caller
Those uniting with the M. E. church
last Sunday were Mrs. Lw L. Hopkins,
Mr." F. E. Martin, Rev. J. L. Jones,
Alice Weihe and Phillip Feuchter.
Mr. L. N. Green and daughter of
Ocala were among the out of town
visitors here Sunday, and attended the
temperance meeting at the Methodist
church which was much enjoyed by a
Mrs. Silas Byrd of Palatka, was a
guest of Mrs. Tobe Brown a few days
. The Bible study class met with Mrs.
H. B. Monroe at the Lake View hotel
We are glad to report that Mrs. I.
Strong, Clyde Nott and Mr. E. La-
Chance, who were on the sick list last
week, much improved and hope' to see
them out again soon.
Mrs. Buhler and Miss McCoy of
Mrs. a G. Hobart and Mrs. E. H.
Hawkins of Canandaigna, N. Y., are
guests of Mrs. Sam Millican.
Mr. Frank Reynolds of Hadley,
Mass., is a recent winter boarder at
the Laker View hoteL
We are sorry to hear we are to lose
our neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Tobe
Brown, who are moving to Palatka
this week.v- :r.f -
Mrs. I. L Strong is spending a few
days in Tidewater with her husband.
Mineola, N. Y, are guests at tl
View hotel for the remainder
. GOURD NECK
Gourd .Neck, Jan. 16. Mr. George
Yarbrough is busily engaged prepar preparing
ing preparing his large farm for early planting,
George is a hustling young farmer
and with the help of his'brother, who
is at present making his home with
him, there is no reason why he should
not make a success.
Some one asked about Gourd Neck
and where it is. I shall try and give
a. correct history of it. Many years
ago therewas a tribe of Indians liv
ing at what is now known as Gourd
Neck. Some pale faces told an old
Indian chief there was gold buried on
his reservation and if he would dig a
large hole there he would find enough
gold to build golden wigwams for his
tribe. The old Indian" started in to
dig and he kept digging until there
wasn't anything left of him but his
eyebrows and whiskers, and Jn the
meantime he had dug such a large
hole that, the sand! he took from the
hole formed a neck of land some fif
teen or twenty miles wide and if you
should ever go on what is called Mud
Lake you will see that the old Indian
was i responsible for the large body
of water that is now known as Mad
Lake. The neck of land was later
owned by the government and a man
by the name of Finch from Texas,
took up a homestead and the first year
he planted a few hills of gourd seed.
He was called away and when he re
turned he discovered that his gourdj3
had come up and the land being so
rich the vines grew so fast that they
wore the little gourds out dragging
them on the ground until there was
nothing left but necks, and ever since
then people have called this comma
nity Gourd Neck. -
Mrs: Walter McDonald is quite sick.
. Please tell me where this Coney Isl
and is and how can I find : mj way
there as I am expecting to invest in
a large orange grove 'andthe one on
Coney Island seems to about fill the
Messrs. Warren Yarbrough, WH1 WH1-lam
lam WH1-lam and Robert McDonald spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening with friends at Lacota.
Anthony, Jan. 1& Mr. R. H. Bas-
kin has opened a barber 'shop in Mr.
Mr. Ralph Manning has returned
from a short trip to Georgia.
u:.-.. f ..: t: -vi j
MJVKuae juorun ox ucaia ana
spent the wek end with Mr. and Mrs.
L. Manning. v ; 1
guest of Mrs. Reece Lindsay.
Miss Julia Meadows returned last
week from a pleasant visit with Mrs.
N. K. Higginbotham, in Gainesville.
Mr. B. K. Padgett returned Monday
from a short business trip to Norfolk.
Mr. H. C. Chestnut has' just pur
chased a new Ford car from .Mr.
Thompson of Ocala.
There was a supper given Friday
evening at the club house for the ben
efit of Mr. Lawrence Bird of route 6,
Dalton, Ga. Mr. Bird has been para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed and helpless for thirty-four
years. He is an orphan and entirely
dependent upon charity. He has an ac
miAintnTiro in Anthnnv xrVin lrnnwa Vifm
to be worthy of any help given We
hope some one who reads this will fol
low Anthony's example and send him
something. Eleven dollars has been
raised for him here, with the prospect
of other contributions.
Rev. Mann of Citra, filled the pulpit'
of the Methodist church here Sunday
The friends of Mr. Will Fielding
win De pieasea to learn oi nis return
uuic mi jxiiuivuy, xixjiii iue vcaia Hos
pital. He is improving rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hooker' tof
Sparr have spent several days of this
week with Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Keeney.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Griffin are wel
coming to their home a little daugh-
Some of the machinery from the old
French phosphate plant is being mov-,
ed this week. '
. The remains of the little child of -Mr.
James Luff man of Griner Farm
and the body of Mrs. S. Civil of Sparr
were interred in the Anthony ceme cemetery
tery cemetery this week.
The young people of this place gave
a wienie roast Tuesday evening near
Indian Cave. It was well attended and
'Mrs. B. K. Padgett went to Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiley of Ocala,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, R.'
Anthony contributed $63 towards
the fund raised for the purpose of
paying off a mortgage on the home of
Rev. Prisoc, of Fellowship, who has
been paralyzed for a number of years.
We learn with pleasure the mortgage
was lift?." Rpv. IaC Boatwriffht.
Miss Marguerite Plommer and Miss
Bealah' Morrison, who collected the
money at this place, wish to thank
the citizens of Anthony for respond-1
a V a T
ing so reacmy to taeir cau.
Oklawaha, Jan. 20 Miss Florence
Capell of Montgomery, Ala, is visit visiting,
ing, visiting, Miss Agnes Marshall
Miss Mattie Marshall is visiting
friends In Inverness.
Miss Pearle Hall, who is a member
of the Kendrick school faculty, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. HalL Miss Hall was
actompanied by Miss Jeslyn Sher
wood, principal of the Kendrick schooL
ceiving congratulations over the birth
of a fine nine-pound son. j
The girls f the B. B. C club have
bought eight large gas lights for the
church. Thank you, girls, keep on
with your good work, ; v
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iters of W. A. Stroud, doing business
as the Spot -Cash Grocery, in OcaJa,
Marion county, Florida, that an as assignment
signment assignment has been made to the under undersigned
signed undersigned of tie property of said W. A.
Stroud iois3r business as the Spot
Cash Cr;:cr;-, for the benefit of said
creditors, eti4; the said creditors are
hereby x-ct-Ied to .present proof of
theirs laims to me within the tsne and
in the manner-provided by law.
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Justice has never been weighed in
the balance of power.
It's difficult for Cupid to make a hit
with a girl if he uses an old beau.
As soon as China is strong enough,
she will shut that open door herself.
Keeping up a lot of sponges" of ten
prevents a man frpm wiping his slate
On March 4th Will Hays will march
forth from the p. o. dept. and" go into
Even Sim Blitch would give up try trying
ing trying to apply the honor system to Ger Germany.
many. Germany. :
The flag of the hew Chinese repub republic
lic republic should wave over every laundry in
the United States.
Any government official municipal,
county, state or nation who accepts
rake-offs, should be sent to the pen.
They said a certain young man was
dull, but he was sham enough to cut
several other fellows out with a pretty
Well, there is one thing that Debs
can't get away from, and that is that
he is in the same class with Charlie
The bustup of the Ingersoll watch
company is one of the few instances
in which time hasn't proved to be
' The accusation that girls are fast
just because they wear socks is incon inconsistent.
sistent. inconsistent. How can anybody peed in
There arer people who claimthat uni
popular laws can't be enforced, but
several members of the county chain chain-gang
gang chain-gang "Have found out differently.
A western state reports that one of
its grandmothers is going to. school.
She has probably figured it out that
she is old enough to know better.
The thirty-one million marks Ger Germany
many Germany paid on reparations the other
day are about enough to run the Unit United
ed United States government twenty-four
The largest locomotive engine ever
shipped from' the United States was
consigned to China. Will probably be
used to 'move the government in the
The "Sahdspiir," the school paper
of Rollins College, is 'to hand. We
see no indications of sandspurs in it,
but there is a picture of a perfectly
luscious peach on the "cover page.
The St. Petersburg Independent
says discouragedly that not one in a
congregation of 1400 "'at a revival
meeting Sunday night "asked for pray prayers.
ers. prayers. Maybe they were ashamed to
confess that they neded prayers.
We note that the state of New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey has just electrocuted a negro for
committing rape. A little more round roundabout
about roundabout than the Southern method, hut
so far as the colored person was con
cerned it amounted to the same Ching.
The "Woman's ' National Party,'
whatever that is, in course of dispar disparaging
aging disparaging Florida, complains that women
are not admitted to the state univer university
sity university Seems like it is time for some
mere 'man to complain" that men are
not admitted to the Florida College
for Women. V t
As the people of the 'dominant power
of. a continent, with a big ocean on
each side and three million 'square
miles and a hundred million inhabi
tants between them,' Americans can't
very well Judge the problems or the
feelmgs of the ; jammed-together na nations'
tions' nations' of Europe.
Says the. Palm Beach Postf "This
paper does not condone lynchings and
mob violehce.1 Neither does it favor
the Dyer anti-lynching bill, -for the
reason that the bill would' not lessen
lynchifigand would weld arnother link
in the chain that is turning this coun
try into a centralized bureaucracy
bossed by Washington
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
fFveninir Star January 20. 1902)
Mr.-R. S. Hall has returned from
Lockhart, near Orlando, wnere ne
went to look after naval stores busi
ness. He recently sold a big naval
stores business at that place to Gor Gordon
don Gordon & Davis and In return purchased
a TV ? ?
from their thejr business at uavis, in
KSadar Jnlini Rrfiwn. son of Mr.
iwrKn will soon be all 'right
t n PprdnP returned Sundav
from a visit to menus in vny.
Allla Vn Jnhan has Wen
:m nn nprount of serious trouble
with her eyes.
Messrs. E. P. Thagard of Ocala, H.
W. Long of Martel, C-Y. Miller of
Leroy, and Judge lltcomb ox JJunnei
Ion, are in Jacksonville attending the
Grand Lodge of Masons.
Prof. W. T. Gary recently received
of principal of the public school of
. ,v:u v, Aa-KnA
Elberton, Ga., which, he declined
The editor, of the Star and his wife
received an mvitation to dine with
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Leaner, on Jan.
22nd. The spread is tendered to
friends to commemorate the twentieth
anniversary qf their married life,
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star January 20, 1902)
Mr. Clifton Camp and Mr. A. T.
Thomas returned to the company's
mines in Citrus today.
Miss Clara Johnsen will entertain
at a four-table bridge party tonight at
At the home of Mrs. Jake Brown
Miss Adele Bittinger entertained the
Kids Bridge Club. Four sets of play players
ers players were at the club. Miss Hope Rob
inson and Miss Marian Dewey won
prizes by their skill. A dainty little
collation was served after the game
The annual election of officers of the
Board of Trade" took place last night
and- the following are the officers for
the coming year: President, J. E.
Chace; vice president, J. M. Meffert;
secretary, J. P. Phillips; treasurer,
Jake Brown; board of governors, A.
C. Cobb, George MaeKay, G, Carrai-
chael, W. A. Knight and Jr C. Boozer,
Gene Clayton was rabbit hunting
this morning about three miles from
town near the stockade and the rabbit
ran into a gopher hole. The boy ran
his arm down in the hole after the
rabbit, and wag bitten in the palm of
his hand by a rattlesnake Dr. Blitch
was at the farm and the boy was
taken to him and temporary relief
SEE THE JUBILEE SISTERS
(M. M. M.)
It has been rumored that a band of
jubilee sisters is expected in Ocala
this evening and that they will be at
the Woman's Club. Some one who
seems to know a great deal about
these dusky ladies told the reporter
that they will hold a song service at
the club and that the listeners may
expecjj to hear the following melodies:
Mary and Martha Have Just Gone
t .,Walkin' in ie Light. ..
; He Rose.
F Ober Jordan.
: Didnt It Rain?
; I'm Rolling Thru an Unfriendly
1 The Prodigal Son Came Back
Swing Low, Sweet CharioJ.
vWhen Melindy Sings.
'Miss Melindy Brown.
Go to SleepxMy Dusky Baby.
Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny.
Don't You Heah Me Calling, Caro
The Ocala Woman's Club will en
tertain this evening the men of Ocala
and it is expected that every member
of the club will be present with at
least one gentleman guest.
vTo show their desire to "get to
gether" and co-operate in trying to
make Ocala a better and busier city.
several women's organizations will be
represented as follows:
Parent-Teachers Association, by
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston; American Le
gion Auxiliary by Mrs. R. L. Ander
son, and the Business and Profession
al Woman's Club by Miss Onie Cha-
The social committee of the Worn
an's Club under the chairmanship of
Mrs. O. E. Cox, is preparing appetiz
ing and dainty refreshments.
The giving of this reception is.an
innovation in the usual year's pro
gram of the Ocala Woman's Club and
it is anticipated that it will prove to
be such a success that it will become
regular jfeaturein-the future.
The monthly silver tea of the Pres
byterian church will be given Monday
afternoon, January 23, from 4 to
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. H. W,
Davis, 439 Oklawaha Ave. Circle No,
3, Miss Elizabeth Davis, chairman,
will v be hostess. All members and
friends of the church are cordially in invited
vited invited to attend.
. r Mrs. Grider Perkins,
Day Dream toilet vr aier omy at
the Court Pharmacy, Phone 284. tf
BcUlJD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met the 3rd
day of January, 1922, with W. T. h
Gary, chairman, C. R. Veal and A. J.
Stephens present and acting.
, Board called to order by : the chair chairman
man chairman and minutes of last regular and
special sessions read and approved.
Messrs. .Thomas Woodard and A. F.
Perry of Sparr called and entered
complaint against the chemical toilets
used at Sparr, stating they were un unsatisfactory
satisfactory unsatisfactory and too expensive The
superintendent was asked to take the
jnatter up with the company's agent.
Needham Bros, were consulted and
they agreed to take the matter up
with their company and see what could
be done and notify the superinten
dent. As conditions were very un- i
sanitary the board asked Mr. Shealy1
to have some one attend to the situa situation
tion situation at once. ..
Mr. T. F. Dupuis presented the
board school coupon loan warrant No.
95 for $300 and asked that it be rei
newed for two years. Same ordered
done by board and loan renewed, by
coupon warrant No. 122. He also
presented interest coupon for ?9,
which was ordered paid.
The county and district sundry
bills were examined and those" that
were properly ana amy autoorizea
Mr. J. .M. Smith, the conveyor of
school pupils from Central to Shiloh,
called and asked that board operate
truck for another monjh. As. the truck
had not made the required average
for the month and there was no pros
pect ofits doing so, it was decided to
operate it for the remainder of the
Board adjourned for noon to meet
at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Board -met at two o'clock Tuesday
afternoon with all members present
All teachers' reports were examin
ed and those that were correct and
properly signed were ordered paid.
Mr. E.'C Hosford of Lakeland, an
architect, appeared before, the board
and applied for the work as the archi architect
tect architect of the new school building to be
lJi. A 1.1 4
creel! Pi nninony. as jiu meinuers
of the local board of trustees of the
Anthony district were present, it was
thought best to postpone action until
next day when a joint session of the
two boards could be held.
The bank accounts of the "several
districts were then .examined and
found to be apparently correct. Also
all stubs of warrants that had been
cashed were cancelled.
Board adjourned to meet Wednes
day morning at 9 o'clock,
The board-met Wednesday morning
with all members present and acting.
Dr. E. G." Peek came before the
board and handed In his resignation
as member of the local board of trus trustees
tees trustees of, the Ocala district, as he had
recently been elected mayor of Ocala.
Board accepted the resignation of
Dr. Peek And as there was a petition
presented bearing the signatures of a
goodly number of citizens of the Ocala
district asking for the appointment of
Mr. Jake Gerig as, trustee, the board
on motion of C. R. Veal, seconded by
A. J. Stephens, and carried by unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote, elected Mr. Gerig as trus trustee
tee trustee of the Qcala district to fill the
unexpired term of Dr. Peek.
The board examined the bank state
ment of the general school fund and
found it to be apparently correct and
cancelled the warrant stubs.
The board adjourned for noon to
meet at 1 o'clock.
The board met at 1 o'clock with all
members present and acting.
The resignation of W. H. Work-
entin as the supervisor of the Martin
school was accepted. "V
Messrs. Mathe, Goins and Bracher
came before the board and discussed
transportation of the pupils south of
Ocala into Ocala. No action was
taken as there seemed to be nothing
definite known, but the board left the
matter for adjustment with the super
The trustees of the Anthony dis
trict met with the county board and
after discussion recommended that
the county board engage an architect
to prepare plans and specifications for
school building at Anthony and to
proceed with advertising for bids for
construction of said building.
The board after careful considera
tion and after viewing the work that
had already been done for the board,
elected on motion of C. R. Veal, sec
onded by A. J. Stephens and carried
by unanimous vote of the board, Mr
E. C. Hosford of Lakeland, as the
architect for the Anthony school
building and instructed him to begin
drawing plans and specifications.
The plan of school building for
Union district was also discussed, but
as there were no representatives of
that district present, it was Jthought
best by the board to ask the three
trustees of. the district to meet with
the board in special session Jan. 13.
Board adjourned to meet in special
sessioti Jan. 13".
Board of public instruction met
Friday, Jan. 13, with all members
present and acting.
Only one of the trustees, Mr. E. L.
Mills, was present and discussed the
plan of building with the board and
decided on "a five class room building
with auditorium and ordered super superintendent
intendent superintendent to make arrangements
whereby the work could begin at an
Teachers' reports and sundry bills
that were in were examined and those
in proper form were ordered'paid by
warrants beginning with No. 5205 and
ending, with No. 5251.' T
Federal Fruit -Cake.
"A NIGHT IN HONOLULU"
The Birmingham Age-Herald of re
cent date; has the following" comment
to make on the appearance of this
play in Birmingham:
" A Night in Honolulu, which open opened
ed opened an engagement at the Jefferson
theater last night, is a play of love be
neath tropic skies, ; with a dash tt
comedy, and is unfolded to the haunt haunting
ing haunting melodies' of HawaiC sung" and
played by a troupe of native music musicians.
ians. musicians. I?! -: j 7 t -ll.
"Miss Una Carpenter, who, if ; we
mistake not; has appeared here pre pre-viously
viously pre-viously jn a Play of this character, has
the role of sfn Hawaiian dancer in
love, of course, with, a white planter.
3Iiss "Carpenter makes the character
both interesting and appealing and
dances as if tlje fire of the South Seas
were in her veins.' She is quite a ca
pable actress and has the support of
a competent company in portraying
the story of Kalama, whose romarfce
with Robert Wilkar, owner of a sugar
y r ?irt en
SCENE FROM THE PLAY
plantation, ends happily. She does not
have to placate the gods by leaping
into a volcano this time, which seems.
to be the. accepted way of 'polishing
off' Hawaiian romances, although
there i3 quite a realistic-volcano in
the background when the tangled
threads of the story are unraveled and
she is united with her lover, after
hearing the glad intelligence that she
is neither a leper, as the hard-hearted
'villainess' of the piece declared her to
be, nor a native outcast, but the 16ng
lost daughter of an Englishman. That
makes everything fit and proper, as
"A Night in Honolulu" will appear
at the Temple theater pn Thursday
night, January 26th. Seats are now
on sale-at the Court Pharmacy.,
Turner Farm, Jan. 18. Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. John and daughters, Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude and Frances, and "Grandma"
John were visitors at Hallhurst Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday 'night.
Mrs. A. W.. Wells and son Claude.
were shopping in Citra Wednesday.
Messrs. J. T. Hall and W. W. John
were business callers in Gainesville
The box supper given at the school
house Friday night was quite a suc success;1
cess;1 success;1 Messrs. Albert and Lee Bates and
Misses Annie and Wilma Tompkins,
Messrs. Omar and Ralph Ergle and
Maxey Cochran, Mrs. L. R. Brown and
daughter Grace, of Lochloosa, were in
our midst Sunday. ""
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs B. Cheshire is quite ill this week.
Moss Bluff, Jan. 18. Mrs. Wayne
Lewis of New York, arrived Saturday
and is visiting her friend, Miss Mar Martha
tha Martha Fort. Mrs Lewis made her home
here several years ago and her friends
are delighted to have her back on a
Rev.'Colson will fill his appointment
at the Christian church Sunday morn morning
ing morning and evening. Everyone urged to
Miss .Lillie Sue Clayton spent the
week-end in Ocala, visiting her par parents.
ents. parents. t Messrs.-Flora Charlton, Eva Wheel
er and Mrs, Albert Fort spent Friday
with Mrs. R. E. Griggs.
Miss Martha Fort and her guest,
Mrs. Wayne Lewis, were the guests
of Mrs. W. C. White Wednesday.
At a joint meeting of the elders and
deacons of the Presbyterian church,
(the session was requested tc call a
congregational meeting for January
20th, 1922. The session takes thi3
means, therefore, of notifying the
congregation that the meeting has
been called. The board of deacons
will submit to the congregation the
proposition of erecting a new church.
W. F. Creson, Moderator.
.There will be a special meeting at
the Masonic temple tonight, Friday,
at 8 "o'clock, for the purpose of con conferring
ferring conferring the third degree. All Master
Masons are invited to be present.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Baked beans and brown bread Sat
urday at Carter's Bakery. 19-2t
A Bio ILott
L M M U JI B Y
118 Fort King Avenue
yJ Hart Tnrnnrrniii
Taka ear of ywr
skin tonight before
Tissue Cream for dry
skin. Acne Cream for 4
Cream for large
pores. Lettuce Cream
for cleansing, Whit Whit-enirtg
enirtg Whit-enirtg Cream for -Bleaching.
I have decided to put on the market
my land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2H or five-acre lots,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a lotand start yon an
orange grove. i
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or sell. House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
. Half of Block 37. Old Survey Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
A. Et GERIG
ACCIDFNT A U T t MOBILE
Why Cold Treatments
For Children Shonld
The child's stomach is delicate and
nearly all physicians will agree that
every upsetting influence .should be
avoided. Internal medicines are some
times necessary but invariably they
have a bad effect, on the -child's sys
tem. ; Such slight ailments as coughs,
colds and sometimes croup can be very
successfully treated externally, : ,.
CamthoL an excellent croup, .and
pneumonia tealve, especially prepared
for children, when rubbed vigorously
into the chest, throat and temples and
spread in the nostrils and throat will
break up the phlegm, clear the air
passages, soothe and heal. It stops
a cold without the need of internal
It contains no capsicum and does
not blister the skin as many other
salves do. 30c.. at all 'drug' stores.
Southern Drug Manufacturing Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla Wholesale Distrib
utors. Adv. i
Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. : 4-tf
We are making plenty of Pullman
bread every day now.- Federal Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. - 3-6t .-
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Free air and a man to put it in
right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing
Our sausage is always fresh rs we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 64f
Take your watch and jewelry re repair
pair repair work .to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block- ? 5-tf i
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf,
MEN AND -BOYS
Big Reduction on Our Entire Stock of
A Ne& Suit to Finish this Season and
. Start the Next at Less than
(. Next Season's Price
' A GOOD. INVESTMENT
Rheinauer & Go.
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MER( HANTS BLOCK
Sugar Cane Syrup, 1 1
' pint bottles AC
Tall Pink Salmon v V C
per can . . ... X O C
one packaged'. OC
two packages JL O C
? three packages UC
OCTAGON SOAP. Q
one cake. v O C
OCTAGON SOAP, i
. two cakes. ............. IOC
three cakes .1... 1C
OCTAGON SOAP, Q(
; twelve cakes .... OuC
P. & G. SOAP,
..... one cake...... OC
P. & G. SOAP, i e J,
two cakes XOC
P. & G. SOAP. o
three cakes. a&XC
p. & g; SOAP, Qf
f: twelve cakes............ OvIC
ARGO SALMON o
; per .can OvIC
CampBell's Soup, 'i n
' one can ImC
Campbell's Soup, AtZ J
four cans rO C ;
i -r,. .. t j
A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED. We so so-:
: so-: : S licit your patronage
- PROMPT SERVICE
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
4; SER VICiE-4- :TR
a V. Roberts
V- ROBERTS" & SPENCER
Funeral Directors.' Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
' MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala. Ka
217 W. Broadway
Rcb-XIy-Tism.anliscplic and psin
killer, for infected sores, fetter,'
sprains, neuralgia, rhenmatism
1 AH members of Fort" King Camp,;
W. O. W., should bear in mind their ;
meeting and installation Friday, night, j
January 20th. State Manager E. D. j
Rivers will be present All Woodmen
and members of the Woodmen Circle j
in the county are invited to be present,
The officers of the camp wane to make j
this a big meeting. An oyster sap-;
per will be" served after the meeting.
18 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with' a
purchase of dthrrgroceries amount-
ing to $1.00 or, over, Saturday and
Monday at the 3 U-Serve StCoresl 2t
Plain; Come See
COTTON SEED MELVL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
MICA GRIT. v -BEEF
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.
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that one word
Cuaranteed V& Years
Day Phone 47. Night Phose 51!
GEOHGE MacKAY &. CO
Fonerai Directors, Embalmers
- G. B. Overton, Mgr.
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
j WOOD; fZ LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
V$ TODD LUMBER CO. lS-tf
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i Smoke Don Rey. That good cijar.
OCA LA ETOfETO STAS, FRIDAY, JAXtfAftT 23, 1922
Ego. fMay 8 Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Bed. Room Kitchen
.Living Room Dining Room
A. VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to ". the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
E A T
Union Station Cafe
Best Dinner in Florida for
0 Y STERS
' Any Style
Needham Motor Co.
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIU LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
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Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Guaranteed vulcanizing at Ocala
Tire &. Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
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Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310. N. Main Street. tf
Complete line of watches for every everybody
body everybody at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
Harrington Hall block. 5-tf
If youH try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, you 11 use 00 other. 4-tf
Coprrtfkt. USB, 7 Thm WfctlM SrrrtlaM, Um.
And If you want to know It, I- I
like him. I like him whether yen like
him or not. Maybe tf you and papa
would would leave nfe alone with him
for a minute, he he might get to like
me, too. I I like him so there 1 I
just do! j
Her voice slipped upward and she
sat down hard and suddenly on the
extension of the mother's steamer steamer-chair,
chair, steamer-chair, her Hps quivering as If wounded
and -her eyes with a hint of tears In
them turned away from the mirth' of
the promenade deck.
"If you want know It, I I like
him so there!" 1
Under the eaves of the steamer
hood, Mrs. Lefkovltch's face crumpled
"Esthef, you A little sporty nix
like him, what travels more as he at attends
tends attends to business. That's what I need
yet, my daughter what could have a
man like Abe
"You got to quit calling him a nix,
tnama. He's just a prince, that's what
he is. Papa says he spends more money
In one da on this boat than all the
other cheap skate fellows put together.
Papa saw him with his, own eyes give
away a five dollar gold piece to a poor
sick fellow In the steerage."
"Ja, I know, I know. But I neve
in my life thought much "
"He'd let cards alone, pretty quick,
let me tell you, mama, If all the cheap
skates on this boat who lost their few
dollars that first night wouldn't always
be after him trying to win them back.
. "Four hundred and eighty
"Look, mama, look! Oh, mama, we
we we've been missing it. Oh t Oh f
In sudden proximity green as sward,
and as If a 'volcanic shudder had
spewed it up through the sea, the isle
of Madeira, lipped by waves and under
the luscious kiss of a southern sun, lay
with its fertile flanks to seaward. Vil Villages,
lages, Villages, toy size, perched on the slopes
In an attitude of sliding off. Vine Vineyards
yards Vineyards and geometric truck gardens
lay to the sun. In the background a
mountain Jost Its head in mist.
"Oh, mama, Isn't It Isn't it gor gorgeous?"
geous?" gorgeous?" "Ja. And you say, Esther, in Ma Madeira
deira Madeira is where we get the hand em embroidery
broidery embroidery so cheap?"
"Yes, yes, and see, mama, that dar darling
ling darling little white town." N
"Act, how I wish my boy Mlchie
could see It with me. I tell you a
mother ain't got much pleasure If
"See, mama, see the beautiful -way
the ocean sends the waves running up
on the banks."
"I tell you, Esther, and please God
some day you'll need them, such a re
lief it would be to me if I could get you
sheets and pillow-cases here already
made up. That Mrs. Kron from Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, who Is on this boat, says she
got all her daughter's trousseau right
"Oh, mama, mama, see that town
around the bend look how big I bet
that's Funchal. Look, mama, just
around those beautiful hills."
"Sheets and pillow-cases already
But her daughter was off toward the
captain's bridge, a stiff breeze lashing
her skirts back against her body, chin
tilted, hat clutched and lithesome
limbs outlined. A cloud of flying fish
rose off the water, piloting the boat
landward. Beyond the bestirred deck.
its chatter and observations mingling,
and far beyond the approaching city
which nestled in the, curving arm of
the harbor, the purple mountain faded
A city of romance, of hand-made
cobbled streets and ox-sledges with
bells jingling right merrily, Funchal
dreams In the sun like a many-tinted
lizard. Natives the color of, old gold
shout In voices the quality of old Iron
to Incoming tourists. Perpetual sum
mer lies like a blush of pleasure up
the lazy incline of Main street and
over all Funchal. ; Its gardens behind
and overflowing whitewashed walls,
are of a thousand scents and a thou
sand colors. Years and years have
left lichen and gray Spanish moss
thick upon the face of Madeira like a
beard of old age. But the heart of her
Is young and her Portuguese trail like
children far behind the caravan of dv
Out In the harbor the white ship
Roumanla cast anchor for want of a
quay, and sent rowboat of sightseeing
cargoes cutting across the quiet water.
natives naked and diving for pennies
in their wake. Then a more or less
difficult landing at the foot of a steep-
sided dock up a perpendicular ladder
will break a Cold, Sever and
Grippe quicker Uian anything
we know, preventing pneumonia
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. JSlcClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151." tf
All jewelry repair -work is done by
.expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
Our repair work is guaranteed sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler. 6-tf
of stone steps and into tne jwn-ana-snadow
streets of Funchal.
Mrs. Lefkovkch- grasped her hus
band's coat-sleeve, steadying herself
with some difficulty. Past her streamed
the Roumania's passenger list, Iiede-
kered, sun-goggled and loving the land.
"Aaron, like my legs would wobble
right off, that's how I feel."
"Now, now. Bertha I ain't so steady
myself If you hang on me like that."
-No," but them three rough days
when we first started, you could hang
on me, I ten you. When my legs
wasn't even so steady as they are
Trees closed over them, cacti and
the heavy fronds of palms.
"Mama papa Just see. Isn't It
just perfect? Oh. Mr. Danziger. no
wonder you raved and raved about
"Just wait, if you think this is go
ing some, Miss Esther. Wait until
we go up tne mountainside on tne
funicular and come down on sledges."
"Whew, give me my fan out of your
pocket, Aaron. I don't want to say
nothing right In the start, but I. tell
you I ain t stucK on .tne smeus nere.
Mrs. Kron and her husband was right
to stay on the ship If"
"Oh, come now, Mrs. Lefkovltch ;
this smell isn't so bad."
"There's nobody, Mr. Danziger, can
tell me .better as -toy own nose what
"There's no ule talking, Miss
Esther; your mama don't thmk much
of us Chicago boys. She's all to the
"It ain't Chicago I 'don't think so
much of, Mr. Danziger; I never blame
the Jug for what comes out of it."
"Ouch, take, that one with you,"
crjed Mr. Danziger, dodging an Imag Imaginary
inary Imaginary blow.
"And maybe, Mr. Danziger, since
you say it, we got right in New York
as fine boys as-"
"Ach, Danziger, my old lady likes
to have her little fuss with everybody.
I'm glad enough for a while it should
be you Instead of me. Like my son
Michie back home In New York says,
her bite is worse as her bark. I got
a fine boy back home, Danziger. But
always when he wants to tease his
mama a little, that's what he says to
Laughter, two large dimples and the
crow's-feet of amiability crept into
Mr. Danziger face,, and he flung one
arm along Mr. Lefkovltch's stooped
"You got a mighty fine lady for a
wife "just the same, Lefkovltch a
mighty fine lady."
"See, see, mama, there go some of
the Portuguese who live here, right
A group of native riff-raff, bare
limbed and their brown backs stia
glistening from the dive, scuttled past.
"Don't look, Esther, I feel ashamed
enough. I tell you If I bad known
what goes on In a town like this, right
on the boat where a young girl don't
need to be ashamed where she looks,
you would hate stayed."
-Mama, this isn't"
"I don't think it is so nice, Mr. Dan
ziger, since you been here before, you
didn't first tell my daughter they go
around In this place worse as in bath bathing
ing bathing suits at stylish summer resorts
at home in America."
Mr. Lefkovltch cast a thoughtful
squint after the group.
"I tell you, Danziger, there's a gold
mine in this kind of a town for a
smart fellow with a few dollars to in-
"Wouldn't be surprised."
"If I was a young fellow like my
Son, Michie, right away in a town like
this In a furnishing goods business I
could make money."
"Wouldn't be surprised."
"Cheap rentes and low expenses! To
sell pants to men who don't know
anything about them ain't so hard as
to sell them to men what. know too
much about them. I bet you, Dan
ziger, with a few thousand dollars,
two young fellows like you and my
son Michie, or his friend, Abe Katz,
could make big money in a town like
HFa nnr onn lot- ma. tall nn A ornn
right in New York, where you built
up for yourself your own business. Is
good enough for him, too."
"Oh, look, mama, please look! See
the oxen teams pulling the sledges up up-hilL
hilL up-hilL "Ach, and Esther, see over there tlt;
embroidery shops.- A whole string of
them like Mrs. Kron said there would
"No, no, mama, please don't cross
over there. We're all going up the
mountainside in a little train, mama,
to" see the scenery. Aren't we, Mr.
"You won't have time for shopping
this time, Mrs. Lefkovltch, If you want
to take thaffctrip up the, mountain and
be back on the boat by three."
"For scenery, Mr. Danziger, I got
time when I got nothing else what Is
more important. I guess, Aaron, if I
can buy linens here half so cheap as
at home, you wont yet I should go up
on the mountain top to look at scen scenery?"
ery?" scenery?" "But, mama, everybody goes up.
See. they're all going toward the
funicular. We didn't come all this
distance to look at linens. Honest, if
OF WOMAN'S CLUB
The attention of members of the
Woman's Club is' called to the recep
tion to the men, to be given at the
club house Friday v evening, at eight
o'clock. The program will be printed
in Friday's Star..
This is a Studebaker year.
- NAPIER GRASS
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs,, chickens, etc For plans and
particulars see tF. W. Ditto, Ocala,
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
ikroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent stone,
Ocala, Fla. tf
This is a Studebaker year
you're going to start that way, I I
Just wish I hadn't come."
"Ach come. Bertha ; if the child
wants we should look at the seen try
what's the difference If you got to pay
a little more for such linens back In
"You always, Aaron,, in front of
company got big ways. I tell you
when a man loses to cards four hun hundred
dred hundred and
"But mama" 1
"Don't wftrry your mama no more to
go up there, Esther. AH right. Ber Bertha;
tha; Bertha; me and. yon will stay down off
the mountain by the embroideries.
Esther, you and Danziger go up the
funicular and look around. I tell you
Tm ready for those fellows over there
In the shops. Before I came away
from home in every language I learned
"the money. I Just want that one of
them fellows should try to get me
mixed up. You and Esther go on up,
"Good, ni show her the sights
"Please take care, Mr. Danziger,
that you get her back on the boat in
plenty time. Me and her papa ain't
looking for worries. I
"ni bring her back with bells on,
"Come, Aaron. See that second
sore over there with the centerpiece
hung In front; first I want to try in
there. If they ask you five dollars
for it, you should offer them seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five cents. Simon, Mrs. Kron says-
Toward "the straggling line of tour tourists
ists tourists and the cobbled street that wound
languidly upward to the funicular sta station,
tion, station, Miss Esther Lefkovltch turned
her shining face, linked her arm jn
Mr. Danziger's proffered one, smiled,'
and could not still the tremolo of her
Two thousand feet above the har harbor,
bor, harbor, the township reduced by distance
to the proportions of a man's palm,
atop an untamed mountain, whose
shaggy sides were matted with patrl-
"Joe," She Said Shyly, the Word Float Floating
ing Floating Like a Petal Off Her Lips.
archal growth, the Cosmopolitan cafe,
English speaking, marble-topped, awn awn-Inged,
Inged, awn-Inged, waltered and In wait for tour
ists, rose like an observatory.
En tete-a-tete, at one of the marble marble-topped
topped marble-topped tables, well away from the gab gabble
ble gabble of the Roumania's passenger list,
the thousand scents of a thousand
gardens in their nostrils, Mr." Joe
Danziger and Miss Esther Lefkovltch
breathed deep and leaned each to the
other, as if Madeira were a desert and
the gardens bloomed each within the
"I just never thought anything
could be so perfect as being up here.
For a girl like me that's. never trav
eled anywhere before. It Ifs just too
"Didn't I tell you! Just you wait,
girlie, till we get further along on
this trip. Pm going to open those
pretty black eyes of yours."
"And that ride up the mountain
straight through the clouds wasn't it
just well, I dont know, but" Just,
"I was too busy looking at you and
your cute little, tan little face and
yeur big eyes and your red little Hps
to have any time for scenery Es
"Now, now, what did you promise
".Toe, she said shyly, the word
floating like a petal off her Hps.
SThat's better," he said so senten
tlously that she closed her eyes.
"That's better, girlie. But just you
wait, Esther, until I steer you'through
the Italian lakes, if you think this is
"Oh, Mr. Danz Joe, really a,re you
going to change your ticket and go
"Girlie," he said with a new sotto
quality In his voice, "If you was go
ing all the way to hold aw post mortem
over the Dead sea, I'd go with you.'
Crimson was her face.
Chiropractic for stomach, kidney
and .liver troubles, rheumatism and
other physical ailments. It removes
the cause. See Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala
Baked beans and brown bread Sat
urday at Carter's Bakery- 19-2t
Baked beans and brown bread Sat
urday at Carter's Bakery. I9-2t
We have some extra and very com competent
petent competent help just now and that more
of the ladies of Ocala may become ac
attainted with tne 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.
Myladys Beauty Parlor,
14-t Phone 272. S. M. Hooper, Prop,
This is a Studebaker year.
"Now you're talking just like the
boys at home ,lo, Joe. 4 And ever I
came on this trip and met yoa-and
alL it just seems to me like Tm some
body else "in a dream or something.
All the boys in my crowd at borne are
are just regular fellows, and yon-
you're different, Joe. You mustn't
jolly me." ; -
"Look," he said, reaching for her
wrist, holding it and sending into her
dark 'glance the dark intensity of his
own, "do I look like a fellow, who's
Beneath the blacky, close-clipped
hedge of mustache his Hps quivered,
then settled Into a straight line.
"I rm just afraid to let myself go
for fear It's you who's doing the jolly
ing, Esther. What, about this" fellow
back in New York that owns' the
haberdasher -store? fcTois what the
old folks say, he's head oyer beels
himself, ain't be, girl r
"Abe Katz? Aw, he he's Just a
good friend, Joe. Like I always say,
I I -want to travel first and meet a
new row4 I aw, he's nothing but
a good mend, joe. Him and my
"Then .you aint stringing me along
"Oh. Joe, I no yoxi
"A fellow that's knocked about like
I have, girlie, and seen as many of
them as I have in every country on
the globe don't make a mistake about
It when he does finally get hit. That
first day I seen you on deck, girlie.
with your hair blowing loose like that,
I knew I was hit." V
She looked down the mountainside
and Into the riot of treetops.
"You you're the greatest! fellow,
"And you're the greatest girl."
All the nerves of her were" singing.
"Oh, Joe-oh let ge- my hand, Joe,
you yon mustn't. OlvJoel"
"Queen of this here mountain, that's
what you are.
This was the chrism of love anoint anointing
ing anointing her. She bowed her head. -"I
just wish mama could have heard
you say that, Joe. It was beautiful."
"Your mama, Esther, Pm afraid Is
down on me."
"Oh, you mustn't mind her, Joe, or
papa either. He
"Why the old gentleman Is just the
finest sport I ever met. And dont
think, little girl, that I don't under
stand a lady Hke your mama. Sure I
do. She Is a great old lady, she "Is.
Give me the plain-speaking ones every
time." ;' f v i
. "She doesn't mean a mean word she
says, Joe. You mustn't feel hard to
ward her; that's just her way."
"She's a fine lady, all right, but she's
got me dead wrong. Why, honest to
God, Esther, as I sit here If It wasnt
that Td like to see your old gentleman
win back them few hundred bones, I
wouldn't have touched another card
after the first game."
"I knew that, Joe. That's just what
I keep telling mama."
"You sweet little thing you taking
up for me like that."
T Just keep telling her that."
"She's got .me down wrong for a
"Bport. Why, true as I sit here, girlie.
if my business didn't carry me like
this all over the world, I could settle
down in a good commercial town with
a boy like that brother of yours that
your father Is trying to find a par"aer
for, make a go of the business and
Uve quiet the rest of my Ufe. That's
the kind of a hairpin I am." ;
"Oh, Joe; you you will Just ; love
Michie, when you see him. One great
boy if there .ever was one, and busi business
ness business like papa to his finger-tips. Yon
and him in a little business together,
say, wouldn't that be great Just look
at papa how how little he started,
way down on the East side and and
look at his store now so big and aU."
Tm not much of a fellow to boost
myself, Esther, but with a young fel fellow
low fellow like that to help me push a busi business,
ness, business, I could make a go of almost any anything.
thing. anything. Tm the kind of fellow that has
made easy all my Ufe and spends Just
as easy. A dollar dont look as big to
me' as a dime to lots of fellows. Get
"Just like r can win at cards easy,
I can make easy money on any busi-
,ness proposition I put my mind to.
Say, right now Pm making three times
wnat any fellow In my line Is making.
But rm eettlnn sick of this country-to-country
business, Esther. There's
meney init, but rm just about ready
to get' me a good partner, settle down
and get me a little get me a home I
Get me, Esther? A home is what I
"Get me a partner and settle down."
: "A fellow like you would Just be
the making of a boy like my brother
Mlchie. He's such a kid yet. and two
years older than me, too. But "he's
been under papa's thumb in the busi business
ness business too long. A boy like him, that
never would go to school, gets Into
business early. What he needs now is
to get out and hustle for himself In a
business that isn't already made.
Thafs what I always say papa ougbt
to set Michie up for himself."
"Sure thing! Say, I guess a man
like your papa could set his son up
in business with twenty or thirty thou thousand
sand thousand and not feel It, eh?"
"That's what Michie says, but pa's
slow about it."
"Your brother's got the right Idea
all right; why. I bet If your papa had
three sons he could set them, up In
business andnot feel It, eh? I know
a thing or tero about the mowy that's
been made in the men's clotii"g busi business
ness business the last fifteen years."
.'"Pa pa is right. rich. I gnpfs.
"And a grand old man if there ever
was one." :"'.
" m (Continued Tomorrow)
You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 4-tf
Fresh meats and poulary. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 4-tf
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if youll call phone 108. Main Street
Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar
(r A-ff Tf l
Millions of Housewives
by more Chefs
by more Railroads
by more Restaurants
and by more Hotels
than any other Brand,
Jn price and
A pound can of Calumet
contains full (6 oz. Some
baking powders come in 12
oz. cans instead of 16 ox.
cans. Be sure: you -get &
pound when you : want it
Iv1? BAH1NS PO
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $22o a gallon.
City Fish JIarket. Phone 158. tf
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf .
You can always find a complete line
of sterling silver table cutlers at Sam
T. Wilson's jewelry store in the. Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall blocks. 6-tf
wrappers f W v g...
f!7H Good for f f rrTGM5frV
f 1. 1 i
Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth.
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
D6n't miss the; joy of the
new ViRlGLEY'S P-Kthe sugar sugar-coated
coated sugar-coated peppermint Jid bit!
; With Every Ikw
A New Joy,
Nevr Orleans Coffee
The best' bread and rolls you ever
ate can be bad at the Federal Bakery,
fresh every day.
Cakes, cookies and Tolls fresh every
day at the Federal Bakery. 3-t
-Dancir? lessons taught. Phone
Fetkral F-sat Cake.
:: rfT S-
T" OCALA EVmtSG STA&, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1922
f!nndrev. Haiel -i Qyburn. Roth Sim-
mn Rath CoUfrts; Katie May uee
ftprtrude Mavov Oaiide Barh&t, in
ward Barhman, ack William, Ralph i
fort Simmons, GeorgS Akin, J. Wj Crojby,
have any society item, for anr
14 J wu
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. W. W. Harriss is a Jausiness vis-1
itor to Jacksonville.
MRS. DOROTHY 6. EDWARDS
Mrs. Dorothy C. Edwards died at
t -n i,Ai,. 1:30 this afternoon at the home of her DHAIMr
Miss Voyle of amesvjle I Q. Mn E. T. Adams, af ter a iong ill-j rHUNt .4
been the gum oi miss ausie i ...
for the past weekThas returned home. flfternMn at three!
& VOAVfVUVV v j
o'clock. Rev. J. J. Neighbour win
122 S. Main St.
T.r VtnrAa tht deliver-? DOV Itl
Rheinaner's. had the misfortuns to officiate.
t.i-on1r hi arm last nieht while out
MEETING OP MARION-DUNN
LODGE No. 19, F. & A. M.
fnt 51 nn with a
f ntW orreries amount- There win De a special mu.1K
r " ... ti t A. xr 10 P 1
Monday at the 3 U-Se'rve StCores. 2t M. this evening at 8 o'clock at the
Masonic nan. worit m me luhu
. . j ii
ft. FriH.iv. mornim? auction club gree. vuuiuK uiiua
. . f !-. ...
In the Famous Guaranteed-
SPECIALS TOR THIS WEEK
did not-play this morning, the usual
weekly game having been postponed
until next wee1?.
invited to attend. :
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
INVITATION TO ATTEND
Mrs. Baine of Greenville, N. C, ar
rived in Oca la yesterday afternoon for
a visit with her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. HalL
The Christian Science Society of
Ocala invites you and your friends to
attend a Free Lecture on Christian
Science 1y Prof. Hermann S. Hering,
Mrs. Viriril Brvant after a nleasant & S. B., of Concord, New Hampshire
" I -fe m T a. v
visit' at the home of her Barents. Mr. Member oi tne coara oi ieciuresmp
and Mrs. Henry Livingston, will leave of i he wotner cnurcn, ine p irsx
nnirht for her home in Akin. S. C. Church oi LQrist, JsCienusi, OI cosxon,
I m t Ct 3 ft 1-
Mass.. January OTnt o qciqck pi
. m A A pA l
HfM J TI HuT-irlr anH chilrlrpn I aX IDe VY Oman B WIUU.
leave for home tonight after a visit of
several weeks with Mrs. Hydrick's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Living
BUILDING FOR SALE
Hariand Mann of Jacksonville.; who
has been visiting his cousin. Jack
Robertson at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Robertson for the past few
days has returned home.
Mr. Richard Dewey and Mr. Cecil
Clark have returned from a brief visit
to Jacksonville, where they went espe
cially to hear Lazzari sing Wednesday
Mrs. Grady Myers and little son ar
rived in the city yesterday from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for a visit to Mrs. Myers'
father, Mr. Will Bray, at his home in
If you want to buy a building for
the lumber in it, see R. H. Todd Lum
ber Company. 20-4t
SUGAR per pound .
Cloverbloom Buter, pr pound.
Octagon Soap, large
White Bacon, two pounds.....
Lard Compound, two pounds .
Three pounds Navy Beans.....
Cabbage, green headpound
Twelve pounds Grits or Meal..
Fancy No, 2 Tomatoes
6cjThree Cans Van Camp Soup...!.. 25c
48c Fancy Sugar Corn per can. .. 14c
..6c Fancy Self Rising Flour, 24 lbs... 95c
.2oc Fresh Country Eggs, dozen. .
.25c Corn, 100-lb. sack
.25c jOats, 100-lb. sack
-5c i Shorts, 75-lb. sack
Sweet Feed, best, per sack.
Cotton Seed Meal, sack. .
FULL LINE OF FEED
Best Line. 'Fruits & Vegetables
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
18 pounds of sugar for $1.00 with a
purchase of other groceries amount amounting
ing amounting to $1.00 or over, Saturday and
Monday at the 3 U-Serve StCores. 2t
Mrs. F. J. Hagood of Jacksonville,
arrived in Ocala yesterday and will be
the guest for a few days of her sister,
Mrs. T. M. Moore. Mrs. Haygood has
been in Tampa, attending the U. D. C.
Mrs. C. L. Massey of Orlando, who
has ben the guest of her sister, Mrs.
R. V. Otf for the past week, returned
home yesterday morning. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Ott's daughter,
Edith, for a few days visit.
Mr, and Mrs. Elmer DeCamp have
moved into their new bungalow on
Eighth street. The- pretty little place
has recently been completed and is
one of the most convenient and up-to-date
of its kind.
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 40acres, close in and if pos possible
sible possible with tools and farming imple implements.
ments. implements. Mr. Wallace, 120 North
Sanchez, or phone 440. 13-6t
Mr. Ben Meadows, who has been
visiting in Ocala, at the home of his
brother, Mr. N. W. Meadows, will
leave today for a short visit with his
sister at Anthony, before returning to
his home in' Knoxville, Term.
' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Brookly and
little daughter of Gainesville, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. V.'Ott, have returned home. Mr.
Brookly came to Ocala especially to
attend the swine growers convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott and family, who
recently' moved to Ocala from Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland and since moving here have been
occupying the Massey cottage on Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula street, moyed yesterday into the
cottage on Tuscawilla street, recently
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer De-Camp.
FOR SALE Six-room house, two
blocks from postoffice. Price $750.
S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 12-12t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
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
. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING
i j 'AND .OTHER- SXANDDUNES, INCLUDING
Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Underwear, Bradley Sweaters
$25 00 Suits reduced V. J
30.00 Suits reduced. .:.
35.00 Suiis ;
36.50 Suits reduced
40.00 Suits reduced..
45.00 Suits reduced
i, 48.00 Suits reduced
50.00 Suits reduced :.
COATS and QVERCOA f S
Sport Coats, $25.00 value . $12.50
Mackanaw Coats, $10.00 value 7.45
$35.00 Overcoat reduced 25.00
40.00 Ovetcoat.reduced 290
j45.00 Oveicoat reduced.. ... 34.75
18.00 to 25.00 .dvercoats . .. .16.50
1 lot Overcoats, $20 vaFuos....' 8.50
1 lot Q'coats. values to $27.50. 10.00
Will they look back at happy days spent ia
healthy, joyous play on properly planned ,and
well organized playgrounds instead of dangerous
6treets and demoralizing corners and back lots?
Consider what just one-tenth of the money your
(own spends in unnecessary pleasures would mean
jf invested in substantial playground equipment
and park areas for the children. Then talk it over
with some progressive neighbors and start a Mchild
welfare committee" in each-civic organization.
Beore you plan too much, take the matter up
with those who specialize in the study of such
matters they can help you a great deal and at
nominal cost will save jnuch in needless expense
and wasted effort. If you have not had your copy
Df the TROPICAL PLATTING BOOK mention
that when writing, too.
Reasoner Brothers: Royal Palm Nnrseriet
Department bf Landscape Design
BOX 133, ONECO, FLORIDA
Members American Civic Association
Annual Boys' Overcoats and Mackanaws Big
Sale $6.50 and 7.50 values $4.95 Redaction on
M!"fiflftan" 10.00 value.' 6.95 fradley
, blurts. l Sweaters
Big 11.50 value -' .7.95 for
Reduction 8.50 and 10.00 value 5.85 Men & Boys
SEWING WANTED Will 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 unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. 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 service."
ice." service." Cordrey Bros'. Transfer Line.
Mrs. J. H. Hydrick, who-is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Liv
ingston, entertained the members of
the "A" club last night t the Living
ston home. Auction was enjoyed dur
Ing the evening, the score cards being
attractive hand painted ones. Small
shells were pasted on cards and these
formed. the bodies of butterflies with
the wings hand painted. There were
four tables of players and after a very
pleasant evening at cards the hostess
served shrinp salad, sandwiches, sal sal-tines
tines sal-tines ,olives, hot coffee and divinity.
The prizes were won by Miss Meme,
high, and Miss Eva Mae Harrell.
Besides the club members playing the
following visitors wer present: Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. Leverett Futch,
Mrs. Paul Simmons, Miss Meme Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Miss Annie Pope Eagleton, Miss
Clarabelle Parrott and Miss Eva Mae
FOR SALE One ton Ford truck with
- cab. In excellent condition. Good
tirts. Address Box Y, Ocklawaha,
PLANTS Pansies, Bermuda onions,
lettuce, cabbage, for sale by C. H.
Cooner, Ocala. Phone 389. 18-6t
FOR RENT Several nicely furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, 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, heatej or fireplace. I
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
WANTED Mighty bad, a pony sad
dle for my pony. Who has one to
sell me? A. C. Cobb Jr. 20-3t
Purity Cross Chef
Service Forms a
A full line of PURITY CROSS
goods just in:
(A La King)
LOBSTER a la Newberj? 4
VIENNA STYLE SAUSAGE
HAVE YOU A CHEF ON YOUR
0. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 AND 174
OUR MOTTO: "100 SANITARY
Here is an opportunity you have
never had before in Ocala to buy pure
clarified and pasturized milk.
14 quart milk tickets. $2.00
Single quart ................. .15
15 pint milk tickets 1.05
Single pint .08
Heavy cream, per quart 1.00
Heavy tream, 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 tnen 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.
Values Below Today's Market;
$7.50 va lues red uced ... !. $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. 1. 7,00
10.00 value, plain toe, congress
and bal,.,. ....... 6.50
Work shoes, $2.50 to... 5.00
Men V Fibbed Underwear
LOOK! Pre-War Prices
Shirts and Drawers. $1.50 val-
ues, per suit new-...:. ...$1.00
$2.00 values no w per suit 1.50
3.00 values now per suit ...
Johnson and Murphy ShoesrTo-dty and Spring
Values $15.00, Reduced to $10.00
$2.50 values now $2,00
Other malps 1.50
All Boys' Knickefr
backer Pants Re- :
duced 20 per cent
THE ABOVE VALUES ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND WE ARE GIVING
OUR TRADE THE BENEFIT COME AND GET 70URS EARLY
666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. -It's the
most speedy remedy we know.
80 PER CENT OF ALL
Federal Fruit Cake,
XI TP r fTTTT'C
to. eyestrain or weak
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
STRIKERS THROW BRICKS
THRU CAR WINDOWS
Norfolk, Jan. 20. A" traffic officer
was slightly cut about the face by fly flying
ing flying glass when a brick hurled into a
street car carrying homebound em employes
ployes employes of the Virginia Railway and
Power Company late last night.
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.
CUT OUT NOTICE
TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:
All Light and Water consumers who have not
paid up their accounts by the 20ih inst: will be cut
off without further notice and $1.00 charged for n n-connecting
connecting n-connecting the service.
H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
Sixteen young folks gathered at the
Smedley. home last evening and from
there went to the home of John Cook,
and gave him a surprise party. It was
w 1 A. A V -p
Jonn s eignieenxn Dirtnaay ana m
honor of the fact the celebration was
planned. The host was completely
taken by surprise. He was presented
with an attractive kodak book, which
contained a picture of each one of the
guests present with an appropriate
'verse, this being the gift of the
guests. The evening was spent play playing
ing playing all kinds of enjoyable games, also
music was enjoyed. Refreshments
"were served consisting of cake, hot
chocolate and fudge. Concluding the
delightful evening the guests shower showered
ed showered the honore with" best wishes for
many happy returns of the day. The
following were those present: Misses
Mayme and Thelma Smedley, Theresa
MICKJE;THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
By Charles Sughroe
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