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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

WEATHER FORECAST Unsettled weather with probably rain tonight and Tuesday.
Sunrise tomorrow, 7:21; Sunset, 5:56.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 59; this afternoon, 64.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922
NUMBER 18.
AGRICULTURE IS A
BOARD OF TRADE
SOGGY WEATHER III STEEL H FIND
MEETING OF SACRED
COLLEGE tIEXT MONTH
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Farmers, Says the President, Should
Have Equal Opportunity in Law,
Business and Finance

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 23. The develop development
ment development of a thorough code of law and
business procedure with the proper
machinery of finance, to assure the
farmer as generous a supply of work working
ing working capital on as reasonable terms as
is granted other industries, was advo advocated
cated advocated today by President Harding in
opening the national agricultural con conference.
ference. conference. "An industry more vital than any
other, in which nearly half of the na nation's
tion's nation's wealth 13 invested, can be relied
upon for good security and certain re returns,"
turns," returns," said the president in the
course of his remarks.
THREE HUNDRED DELEGATES
The conference opened with approx approximately
imately approximately 300 delegates representing
agriculture in all its phases and in industries
dustries industries relating to farming.
NORRIS WANTS TO KNOW
If Department of Justice Intends To
Push Case Against The
I. H. C.
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 23 Senator Nor Nor-ris,
ris, Nor-ris, republican, of Nebraska, introduc introduced
ed introduced in the Senate today a resolution
directing the attorney general to in inform
form inform the Senate whether the depart department
ment department of justice contemplates any sep separate
arate separate action against the International
Harvester Company,, "for the purpose
of effectively restoring competitive
conditions,, between the various cor corporations
porations corporations making up that concern.
Objection was made to immediate con consideration
sideration consideration and Senator Norris an announced
nounced announced he would seek action tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. WAN A MAKER AT SANFORD
Recent False Report of His Death
Can't Keep John Out Of
Florida
, (Associated Press)
Sanford, Jan. 23. John Wanamaker
and a party of friends from Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia arrived here today on Wana Wana-niaker's
niaker's Wana-niaker's yacht for a several days' visit
They will go to other Florida resorts
after leaving Sanford.
PROBING INTO ACTS OF
MORSE AND HIS PALS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 23. A federal
grand jury today began an inquiry
into the transactions of Charles W,
Morse and others with the shipping
board. Morse is under a $50,000 bond
on the charge of conspiracy and em
bezzlement.
NOTICE TO LADIES
We have had such a liberal patron
age from the ladies of Ocala during
this week that we have decided to
continue the special prices on ladies'
shampoos for another week, in .order
to introduce our superior work is as
many homes as possible. Only soft
water used.
MILADY'S BEAUTY PARLOR,
21-6t S. M. Hooper, Proprietor.
ARCHBISHOP OF TOLEDO
HAS CROSSED OVER
(Associated Press)
. Madrid, Jan. 23. Cardinal Almarez
y Santos, seventy-five years old, and
archbishop of Toledo, died here last
night
PALM BEACH WILL ASSESS
AT FIFTY PER CENT VALUE
West Palm Beach, Jan. 23. Com-
plying with the request of Governor
Hardee, who has interested himself
in tax reform and who has asked co cooperation
operation cooperation of all county tax assessors,
property in Palm Beach county will
be assessed in future at fifty per cent
of its real value, according to James
M. Owens, county tax assessor.
Mr. Owens, who will begin his work
January 30, interprets "real value as
the price which property would bring
at a forced sale and not its speculative
value.
Baked beans and brown bread Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at Carter's Bakery. 19-2t

At Which He Will Make an Instructive
Address, Will be Given
Friday Evening

The Board of Trade dinner, at which
Mr. Colvin B. Brown, chief of the or organization
ganization organization service bureau of the
Chamber of Commerce of the United
States, will made an address, will be
held Fridav. January 27th, in the
main dining room of the Harrington
Hall hotel, beginning promptly at six
o'clock and ending promptly at eight.
Mr. Brown, who is one of the fore foremost
most foremost authorities in this country on
commercial organization work, will
discuss business conditions and the
manner in which these conditions are
being met by the national chamber and
the manner in which they can be met
by the various chambers of commerce
and boards of trade. He will discuss
the elements that are essential to the
building and conduct of a successful
chamber of commerce.
Ihe dinner will not be limited to
the members of the Board of Trade.
Mr. Brown's address should be heard
by all who are interested in the future
of Ocala and Marion county, and it is
expected that there will be an over
flow attendance.
No memberships will be sought at
this meeting, and no subscriptions of
any kind whatever asKed tor. ine
dinner is solely for the purpose of
giving everyone an opportunity to
hear the important message that Mr.
Brown has for those who are inter interested
ested interested in their community.
A charge of one dollar per plate will
be made for the dinner, or in other
words everyone attending will pay for
his or her own dinner. Tickets will be
sold in order that the number attend attending
ing attending may be known in advance and ar arrangements
rangements arrangements made accordingly, and as
the capacity of the dining room is
limited, it is urged that tickets be pur purchased
chased purchased early. None will be sold after
Thursday. Tickets are now on sale
and may be obtained at the Board of
Trade room and from members of the
committee on arrangements or by
sending a check or money order to the
secretary of the Board of Trade for
the number of tickets desired, made
payable to Marion County Board of
Trade. The members of the commit
tee are Dr. J. E. Chace, Frank H.
Logan, E. J. Moughton and W. C.
Ray.
The dinner will begin promptly at
six o'clock and will end promptly at
eight so that all who attend will have
an opportunity also of attending the
concert of Miss Frieda Hempel, the
great operatic and concert soprano,
who will appear at the Temple theater
the same evening.
CITY'S MANAGER'S OFFICE
NOT YET SETTLED
Mr. C. J. Ryan will not be Ocala's
city manager. He has an engagement,
which he does not wish to break, until
March 1, with the city of Sanford,
and our council wishes to put a man
on the job at once.
GAINESVILLE TEAM
WON FROM OCALA GIRLS
(L. T. I.)
The girls' basketball team of the
Ocala high school lost their second
game of the season Saturday night in
Gainesville. The girls in the Univers University
ity University City were too much for our girls
and defeated them by a score of 29 to
12. This score shows a decided im improvement
provement improvement for the Ocala team on its
la? t year's work. The Gainesville team
gave our team a much more severe
drubbing in two games last year,
Ocala has strong hopes of evening the
score here when Gainesville comes for
a return game. The most decided im
provement in the work of the Ocala
girls over that of the Bartow game
was shown by the forwards. The work
of Woods and Wilkes was decidedly
better than anything they have shown
the fans before. The rest of the Ocala
girls played at their usual stride and
are not in the least discouraged over
this lost game. They have the come comeback
back comeback and fight spirit and are looking
forward with much pleasure to the
return game that Gainesvilel will
play here.
Our sausage is always fresh ra we
ma&e it up uauy. j rutin ouvct j&uu-
ket. Phone 108. 6-tf
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com
pany sells the famous Hood tire. S-tf

Cold Wave in the Meantime is Slowly I

Ebbing Out of Southern
California
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 23. The weather
bureau's forecast today stated that
cold weather is now general over the
United States except in the south At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and east gulf states. A killing
frost is reported from the interiar of
northern and central California and
light frost from San Diego, Calif. In
the south Atlantic and east gulf
states, the forecast said, the weather
will be unsettled and colder with prob probable
able probable rains tonight and Tuesday.
THE STATE MUST LIVE
The winter of 1918-1919 found the
farmers of Marion county very pros-;

perous as Armour's packing plant in Esteemed in America
Jacksonville was paying from 17 to ;
20 Cents per pound for hogs On foot,! (Associated Press)
and from $16 to $20 per head for old London, Jan. 23. Civilian and offi offi-cows.
cows. offi-cows. Until the plant opened the j cial England today mourned the ceath
farmers of Florida had never been0f Viscount Bryce, who passed tway
able to sell at any price more than alat Sidmouth yesterday.
limited number of hogs of the smaller
sizes, and until then hogs above 125 j OYSTER SUPPER AT OAK
pounds were almost unsalable. Ar-j
mour's plant then offered the only At 8 o'clock, Wednesday evening,
market we had ever known for an old j January 25th, there will be an oyster
cow. An average of no less than j supper at the Oak school auditorium,
75,000 head of old cows die each win- i the proceeds of which will be used for

ter on tne r londa ranges, wnicn is a
loss the packers have taught the west-'
ein cattlemen to reduce to a minimum, j
by offering a market for these old
cows, which are known to the trade
as "canners." Even when winter feed
is abundant it does not pay to feed it
to old cows, and where it is not abtm-'
dant no use of them is attempted, un-!
less the packers offer to buy them for
canning. A great economic saving is
thus made to the state, the nation and
the world, through the use of the
meat, hides and bones which would
otherwise be wholly lost.
The chance to make this saving and

profit was in 1918 just beginning to (packers. We should make no conces conces-dawn
dawn conces-dawn on the Florida cattlemen, so i sions to real wrong or real injustice,
long accustomed to a waste not to be The packers should be watched by
averted, except through the aid of the j the government, and no hoard of para para-packers.
packers. para-packers. One of such told me that in j sites is needed to do this. A few
that year he sold two train-loads of ; statutes with real teeth in them will
such cattle to Armour's Jacksonville j keep the packers straight and throw
plant for about $20,000; and if we cut j little cost or labor on production. The
the then price in half he could by this j packers, not their meat, need watch watch-means
means watch-means make an annual saving of over j ing. By watching the packers in a
$10,000, as his additional contribution proper way we might save millions of

to the wealth of the world and to the

benefit of the consuming public, which we spend much to accomplish an un un-annual
annual un-annual saving he was never able to 'needed purpose.

make until Armour opened this plant
m Jacksonville. Even at the present
very cheap prices of cattle an oppor-
tunity to contribute $500,000 annually,
in this way to the wealth of the state,
is wholly denied to the cattlemen
when Armour's plant slut down,
sides entailing larger losses on hogs

and the better grades of cattle, such as besides the "Big Five," all of which
our farmers produce. j were then prosperous and growing,
For more than thirty years people would seem to dispense with the need
in every part of the world have been ', for inspection of their meats, as the
well accustomed to eat the products rivalry for trade among them impelled
of our larger packing houses; and of ( the best output, and anything injuri injuri-the
the injuri-the millions who ate them few, if any, j ous to health would at once ruin their
were ever poisoned, or made sick, t trade.
through any fault which government- j Thus the public already had an ade ade-al
al ade-al inspection would avert. Those de-(quate bond against being poisoned;
f ects which are naturally developed or at least, it has proved adequate in
by heat and time are always left for the past, as we know by experience,
you to find. j Most cities still have market inspec-
During all these years these plants : tors, who do good; that is their busi busi-have
have busi-have been open to the world; havejness and their cost, in which the vast
been models of perfection and economy public outside their limits is not con con-in
in con-in their line, the pride of their owners cerned.
and the pride of one of the largest A very large number of English
and most progressive cities in the .traders seek to vouch for their goods by
world. printing thereon beneath their own
Everything which modern science names the words "Purveyors to the
and intelligence could suggest was ; King." The numbers of such are now
there availed of, to extend the use of so multiplied that that this distinction
American meats and to impart added carries light weight with any buyer,
values to the products of our farms. I and it is a standing joke with Ameri-
It may serve our own interests to cans who travel abroad. Even if this

remember, too, that Argentine Repub

lie is not a possible factor in this mat- now avails little, yet it costs the pub pub-ter,
ter, pub-ter, but she is now an immediate force lie nothing to impart to these wares
to be given consideration by all who the sanction of the king,
are interested in the production of But, my readers, we have as yet no
meats. To refresh your memories king; and, in my view, it imparts no

j about Argentine, I will say that her
j length would reach from here to Can
ada. and that at the widest point she

measures about 1200 miles from east ordinary parasite, at great cost to the
to west; and by far the greater part of ; public
that vast area is rich with prairie ; Those who did the thing here com com-land,
land, com-land, on which feed the finest range : plained of may say that they then had
cattle in the world. Many American ; good company.
packers and cattlemen were along ago So those had who went out to do a
attracted by its splendid opportunities far worse deed on Calvary upon the

j to invest there, and are being well re-
warded.
! One nation is too small to em pound
energy, intelligence and money, which

Present Freight Rates, They Declare,

Form Unsurmountable Barrier
To Business Prosperity
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 23. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of the steel industry appearing
today before the Interstate Commerce
Commission in connection with the in investigation
vestigation investigation into freight rates, renewed
their demand that the 40 per cent in increase
crease increase in rates ordered in 1920 be re removed.
moved. removed. Most of the witnesses ex expressed
pressed expressed the opinion that the present
high freight levels constituted the
chief obstacle to a return of business
prosperity.
GREAT BRITAIN HAS LOST
A GREAT STATESMAN
Viscount Bryce, Well Known
And
school improvement. Oysters any
style, prepared by the best cooks.
Good music.
Basketball game.
;
'may be easily transferred to a more
talented one, to there build up the
same, or other, business,
On the other hand none should ask,
' or expect, us to brook evil conduct
I from the packers as the price for their
1 longer stay with us, but it that evil
' may be fairly weighed in dollars and
cents, we may weigh it against the
probable benefits to accrue from a
longer sojourn in our midst of the
dollars, while by watching their meat
j The public interest was in no way
! served by diverting from one bunch oi
millionaires to a bunch of near-mill-
ionaires the fruit canning business.

i The actual results prove that fact,
The fact that is 1919 there were
be-(about one hundred and twenty other

I fairly large packing firms in existence,
: custom has been so extended that it
additional value to a box of bellies, or
'a can of tripe, to-have the name of
oar government placed thereon by an
Most Perfect of all flesh.
Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.
January 14th, 1922.

Nippon's Representatives at the Arms
Conference Deny Designs
On Siberia

Washington, Jan. 23. (Associated
Press). A statement declaring that
Japan had no territorial designs in
Russia and giving assurance that
Japanese troops should be withdrawn
as soon as a stable government is es established
tablished established there, was made today by
the Japanese delegation at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the far eastern committee.
VENIZELOS AND WIFE
Touring the World, Now on the Way
to Florida
(Associated Press)
Panama, Jan. 23. Former Premier
and Madame Venizelos, of Greece, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from California, leav leaving
ing leaving later in the day for Havana and
Florida. They expect to return here
in about two weeks, en route to South
America.
HOTELS WANTS HOME
MADE PRESERVES
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, Jan. 22. Hotels and
merchants are in the market for home
made Florida fruit preserves, accord according
ing according tq the Agricultural News Service,
published by the University of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, which reports that heads of the
home demonstration work sponsored
by the agricultural extension division,
have received frequent requests for
information as to how marmalades
and the like can be obtained in quan quantity
tity quantity lots. An instance was reported of
where Miss Winifred Cannon, of We We-laka,
laka, We-laka, Putnam county, in the fruit by byproducts
products byproducts industry under the home
plan, filled a substantial order given
by a large hotel in the state.
MIGHT STIMULATE CHINKS TO
MAKE THEIR OWN MUSKETS
Washington, Jan. 23. (Associated
Press) As one means of giving effect
to its declaration last week in favor of
a reduction of the Chinese army, the
arms conference is considering an another
other another resolution looking to prohibition
of importing or arms into China.
MORE WORK LESS MONEY
(Associated Press)
Plainfield, Jan. 23. Many cotton
mills in northeastern Connecticut
went on a new wage schedule today,
with an increase in hours from forty-
i eight to fifty-five. The wage cut aver
ages twenty per cent affecting about
18,000 persons.
SNOW FALLING TODAY
IN NORTH CAROLINA
(Associated Press)
Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 23. -The first
snow of the winter began falling here
at noon.
DEMOCRATS SOLID
AGAINST DYER BILL
Washington, Jan. 22. Democratic
members of the House at a caucus last
night, agreed to wage a fight to a
finish on the Dyer anti-lynching bill
A resolution was unanimously
adopted assailing this measure as
"violative of the constitution" and one
that would have a tendency to increase
lynching rather than to reduce the
crime.
Those who addressed the caucus,
members reported, without exception
attacked the bill and urged the demo
crats to stand solidly in opposition to
it.
The resolution adopted follows:
"Be it resolved by the democrats of
the House of Representatives in cau caucus
cus caucus assembled that we are opposed to
lynching and declare our opposition to
H. R. 13, the so-called anti-lynching
bill, as being violative of the consti constitution
tution constitution and destructive of our dual
form of government and would not
tend to reduce the crime of lynching
but in our judgment would have a
contrary effect.
"And be it further resolved that we
appreciate and approve Ihe course of
our leader, Garrett, and the democrat democratic
ic democratic members of the judiciary committee
in their opposition to said bill and
pledge to them ou runited support' in
its further consideration."
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. 23-tf

Election of Successor to Pope Benedict
Will Take Place Some Time
In February

(Associated Press)
Rome, Jan. 23. (By the Associated
Press). The meeting of the sacred
college in conclave to elect a successor
to the late Pope Benedict will take
place February 1st or 2nd, it was stat stated
ed stated today.
IN THE SISTINE CHAPEL
Rome, Jan. 23. (By the Associated
Press). All that was mortal of the
late pope lay today in the Sis tine
chapel, where popes for nearly 600
years have officiated in great state
ceremonies and have at last reposed
before interment. The body was taken
to the chapel early today and later re removed
moved removed to the basilica of St. Peters,
where it will remain until' the
funeral ceremonies.
BORNE TO THE BASILICA
In the basicila of St. Peters the body
of Pope Benedict lay in state today
while vast throngs passed before the
catafalque. Early in the day the body
was taken to the Sistine chapel from
the throne room of the Vatican, which
it was placed Sunday. Then it was
carried to St. Peters, attended, by a
solemn processipn of cardinals, priests,
members of the diplomatic corps and
dignitaries of the Vatican. Word was
given that the public would be admit admitted
ted admitted to St. Peters up to 11 o'clock and
immense crowds began entering the
edifice and fiiling by the body.
DEATH CERTIFICATE
Rome, Jan. 23. (By the Associated
Press.) The certificate of the pope's
death registered at the city's bureau
of deaths today states the pope died
at six o'clock a. nx, January 22nd, of
broncho pneumonia, brought on by in
fluenza.
ALABAMA YACHT BURNED
OFF PINELLAS POINT
(Associated Press)
St. Petersburg, Jan. 23. The yacht
Iris owned by J. H. Jobson, of Manuta,
Ala., was destroyed by fire yesterday
while at anchor off Pinellas point,
south of here. The owner was aboard.
He said the fire followed an explosion
in the engine room. The vessel was
valued at $35,000 and was insured for
$10,000.
REMEDY FOR BLACK-ROT
IN SWEET POTATOES
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, Jan. 23. The state
plant board in its effort to eradicate
the disease commonly called black-rot
among sweet potato crops has called
upon farmers to disinfect all sweet po potato
tato potato seed before planting, regardless
of any certainty entertained that the
seed is free of disease.
"It is earnestly requested that you
use great care in the selection and
planting of your sweet potatoes," the
board says. "Even if you are certain
that your seed are free of disease,
disinfect them just before planting
and be doubly certain. Immerse them
in a solution of bichloride of mercury
(also known as corrosive sublimate).
This solution is prepared by dissolv dissolving
ing dissolving an ounce of bichloride of mercury
in eight gallons of water in a wooden
barrel. Do not use metal containers.
Place the seed in a bushel hamper
and immerse in the solution for ten
minutes. After dipping, spread the
seed to dry. Then bed immediately.
"Great care should be taken when
using bichloride of mercury as it is a
deadly poison. Never leave it where
children or animals can reach it. After
finishing with the solution, pour it
into a hole cover with earth."
INVITATION TO ATTEND
The Christian Science Society of
Ocala invites you and your friends to
attend a Free Lecture on Christian
Science by Prof. Hermann S. Hering,
C. S. B., of Concord, New Hampshire,
Member of the Board of Lectureship
of The Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, of Boston,
Mass., January 23rd, 8 o'clock p. nu,
at the Woman's Club. 20-3t
U. D. C. MEETING
' The regular monthly meeting of the
U. D. C will be held Tuesday at 3 p.
m. at the home of Mrs.' T. M. Moore.
All members are urged to be present.
Smoke Don Bey. That good cigar.



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Old songs, old shoes, old friends are
best. But not old news.
Dispatches report that North and
South Ireland are moving to get to together
gether together for the common good of their
country. If they succeed, the millen millen-ium
ium millen-ium won't be far off.
' While it doesn't often break into
print, the Ocala Knitting Mill is stead steadily
ily steadily attending to its knitting. It keeps
thirty-five to forty hands at work, and
has a good many orders ahead.
A gang of bootleggers, some fifteen
or twenty in number, bombarded with
riflles the town of Blackshear early
Sunday 'morning. Go it, boys; you
are plaiting the rope to hang your yourselves.
selves. yourselves. The white way has been added to
by lamps and standards on the dummy
policemen on the public square. They
are as prominent as four white ghost ghost-esses
esses ghost-esses on four tall postesses, and we see
no excuse for any sober person run running
ning running into them.
We have often read in California
and Florida newspapers unkind senti
ments when the citrus section of one
state or the other suffered calamity
thru cold or drouth. But Sunday we
heard a Florida orange grower ex express
press express regret for the freeze that has
just struck Southern California. His
was the proper sentiment. We are
all Americans and what hurts one
state hurts all.
Tampa's chief of police has judg
ment. He has suggested that any
real mart seeing a "masher" annoy a
woman will do well to smash said
masher between the eyes. Women
who resent being accosted by "mash
ers" dislike appearing in court against
them, and should be assured that
there are men at hand with fists that
could most, effectively ruin the mash
ers'face. Miami Metropolis.
Unfortunately, mashers sometimes
have fists also.
Says the Sanford Herald: "Sena
tor Park Trammell says he is not
worried about the great commoner,
William Jennings Bryan running
against him. Park says he will go
right on running just like he always
did' which means that he will carry
the vote of the people of Florida with
him. Park Trammell has more real
friends in all parts of Florida than
any man in Florida and they usually
Bhow up when the time comes. Mr-
Bryan will find it out in due time."
The pope died Sunday at daybreak
though it was but little past midnight
in America. Benedict XV came to the
papal chair in a troubled time, and
his days in it were few in comparison
with the long term of his predecessor.
Pope Benedict was elected to office
less than seven years ago, and in the
second year of the great war. Being
an Italian, his sympathies in that
contest undoubtedly were with the
Allies, but as Protestant, Catholic
Mohammedan and pagan nations were
on each side he was obliged to ob
serve strict neutrality, while earnest
ly striving to bring about peace
among all. His successor will
chosen by the college of cardinals, but
beyond the strong probability that he
will be an Italian, it is not possible to
presage to whom the honor will fall.
The announcement in the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press dispatches of Thursday night
that the road from Burnett's Lake to
this city would be constructed with without
out without delay, under a contract let at
Tallahassee by the state road depart department,
ment, department, and the conclusion of an agree-

rEent to bitamifibtii surface road No.

f from the Alachua county line to' the
Marion county line marks an eOch.
in the development of this section It
should be a time of general rejoicing,
but it should not produce anything in
the nature of complacency. The work
of building our road system has only
begun. To every corner of the coun
ty should be built lateral roads that
will give the farmer the relief which
he needs and provide for him the ac access
cess access to the trading centers of the
county which the merchants wish him
to have. Gainesville Sun.
Marion is much interested in all
road work done in Alachua.
AFRAID OF THE TEST
ome days ago the Star received
the following letter from an oil com company:
pany: company: "We are enclosing herewith copy
for a full page ad. to run in your pub publication
lication publication earliest issue possible. The
copy is self explanatory. We intend
to give the possibilities of there be being
ing being oil in Florida a fair teat.
Kindly forward statement on the
1st and 15th of each month We
would appreciate a news story, if you
think it is practical," etc
We replied;
"Replying to your undated letter re-
fceived today Advertising: We shall
be pleased to run this advertisement
under the following conditions We
shall use the enclosed reader on the
day the ad. appears; payment to be
made in advance. Our
reason for telling you just our posi
tion in this matter is that we have
been advising against people in this
section buying stocks and bonds
without the advice of their attorneys
or bankers. If you deem it advisable
after this explanation to place this
ad. in our editions (one or both) we
shall upon receipt of payment for
same publish it," etc.
The reader we submitted was:
"On another page we print the ad
vertisement of the .... oil company.
the position of the Star in regard to
all stock companies has been often
emphatically announced and is not
changed. It is not responsible for the
advertisement, and it advises its read
ers, before buying stock in any enter
prise, to first consult their bankers."
We did not secure an order for the
advertisement, tho' our letter should
have reached the oil company within
thirty-six hours. Why?
From all the information we have
been able to obtain, oil in paying
quantities does not exist in Florida.
John Kendrick Bangs, humorist, au
thor and lecturer, died at a hospital in
Atlantic City Saturday. Bangs came
of a distinguished American family.
He was born on May 27, 1862, and was
educated at Columbia. In 1884 he be became
came became associate editor of Life. In 1888
he became a member of the staff of
Harper's Monthly as editor of the
Drawer." Subsequently, he served as
editor of Harper's Weekly, the Met
ropolitan Magazine and Puck. Will William
iam William Bangs, a cousin of John Kendrick
Bangs, made his home in Ocala for a
number of years and is well remem remembered
bered remembered by our older residents.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star January 22, 1902)
T. W. Troxler has had his house
nicely painted and it presents a very
inviting picture.
Mrs. Huber arrived in town today
from Tampa, where she has been vis visiting
iting visiting her son, C. J. Huber, cashier of
the Citizens National Bank, and will
spend some time in Ocala with her son
and daughter, Mr. F. J. Huber and
Mrs. William Benus.
John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff, the
well known Florida commission man,
and P. T. Briggs of the same place,
weie in our office today.
The following menu is taken from
an account of a dinner that was given
by Mrs. W. O. Massey: Homosassa
trout, Buchamel dressing, roast tur turkey
key turkey with chestnut dressing, cranberry
sauce, celery chow chow, Irish and
sweet potatoes, corn and peas, maca macaroni
roni macaroni and cheese, roast pork, bread and
butter, pickles pears, pickled peaches,
rice, beets, fried oysters, potato salad,
chicken salad, preserved oranges,
mince pie, cocoanut pie, jelly cake,
chocolate cake, marble cake, black
fruit cake, white fruit cake, sliced
pineapple, nuts, raisins, coffee and
wine.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star January 23, 1912)
Those who reside in "dry" territory
may have their beer regardless of
what laws the states may pass. Such
is the ruling of the supreme court of
the United States as announced in
Washington today.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Neville of Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon were at the Ocala House last
night. They came to hear Bryan's
lecture.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edwards, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Hood, Messrs. W. E.
Gamble and H. Feinberg was the Bry Bryan
an Bryan delegation at the Montezuma last
night.
The people of Dunnellon are organ-

izing their volunteer" fire department
and Mn George Chambers will go
down this afternoon to give them
points on Ocala Methods.

Mr. R. S. Hall has bought the Mon
tezuma hotel from Mr. Guy W. Toph.
The hotel will be entirely remodeled,
work on the plans and specifications
beginning at once. It is rumored that
the hotel will be named after. Mr.
Hall's youngest son, Harrington.
BAD HABITS SEEMINGLY SET
Famous Raider, Moewe, Though Now
.Engaged in Peaceful Trading, Con Continue
tinue Continue Career of Damage.
Although she has been recnristened
and Is now devoted to peaceful pur pursuits,
suits, pursuits, the eld Moewe, once notorious as
a German raider, cannot reform her
bad habits. She rammed and sank
the Formby lightship Planet, near the
Mersey bar.
The Moewe Is now the Green Brier.
She was outward bound from the
Mersey to Teneriffe and was proceed proceeding
ing proceeding along the main channel when
something went wrong with her steer steer-lng
lng steer-lng gear and she smashed into the
planet, one of the three lightships
stationed near the mouth of tho Mer Mersey
sey Mersey and familiar to American and all
other navigators.
Although the Green Brier's captain
kept his steamer's head in the light lightship's
ship's lightship's breach, a flood of water poured
into the Planet and she soon sank, i
Her crew of six narrowly escaped.
The Green Brier's bows were so dam damaged
aged damaged she returned for repairs.
The Green Brier, under the name
of Moewe and commanded by Capt.
Count Nicholas von Dohna Scholo Scholo-dien,
dien, Scholo-dien, for a long time terrorized pas passenger
senger passenger and cargo-carrying vessels In
the Atlantic, and as a result of her
operations British and allied shipping
suffered extensively. The Moewe
proved most elusive and defied all
efforts at capture during a long career.
Her original name was Punga. She
made her first trip to the West Indies
under the British flag and Messrs.
Elders and Fyffe's ownership from
Newcastle about 18 months after the
armistice.
HAVE OWN DOMESTIC COURT
English Married Pair Air What They
Feel to Be Grievances at Home
Twice a Year.
The suggestion that there should be
a "grumblers' day." a day on which
everyone should air their grievances
and then forget them for the rest of
the year Is not the novelty some peo people
ple people seem to think. Two years ago,
writes a correspondent, a young mar married
ried married couple anticipated the suggestion
by establishing half-yearly complaints
courts.
On the selected day, both husband
and wife told each other frankly of
the faults found in the previous eix
months. Usually the husband goes
into the "dock" first, while the wife
submits her indictment. If he has
been unduly forgetful, if he has shown
a tendency to prefer his club to his
wife and home, If he seems selfish or
untidy or keeps too tight a hand upon
the purse strings, the charges are put
before him and are argued otit. When
he is convinced, or has shown the
charge Is due to a misunderstanding,
the subject drops. Then the wife has
to undergo her cross-examination.
The practice, it is said, has prevent prevented
ed prevented many little faults and grievances
from becoming chronic and leading to
.erious trouble. Manchester Guard Guardian.
ian. Guardian. May Operate to Music,
With local anesthesia growing in Im Importance
portance Importance for use in major operations
of all kinds, phonograph music is tak taking
ing taking Us place as an important accessory
to surgical work, is the view of Dr.
nobert E. Farr of Minneapolis. Doctor
Farr corrected a statement from Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, where he recently spoke at a
medical convention, in which he was
quoted, as saying music is a part sub substitute
stitute substitute for anesthesia.
"What I said was that, where major
operations are performed with the aid
of a local anesthetic rather than by
the older method of etherizing, the pa patient
tient patient remains conscious and alert, and
gently piayed phonograph music has
a decided value, both In calming the
patient and in supplying pleasurable
sounds as an offset to the realization
that he is being operated on," Doctor
Farr. said.
Mother's Protector.
Mr. T was discussing painting
the house and told the family how paint
was added for two purposes to beau beautify
tify beautify the house and also to protect it
against the weather. A few evenings
later he was waiting for his wife to
get ready for a party. It took her an
unusually long time, and he grew im impatient.
patient. impatient. Finally he sent his twelve-year-old
son to see "what she was do doing.
ing. doing.
Now, she was adding rouge to her
cheeks and red from a stick to her
lips. And the son knew father did not
approve of paint, but he did like for
her to dress warm. So diplomatically
he told him when he went downstairs:
"Mother Is adding a little protection
against the weather."
And father was pleased. Indiauapo Indiauapo-lis
lis Indiauapo-lis News.
BUILDING FOR SALE
If you want to buy a building f or
the lumber in it, see R. H. Todd Lum
ber Company. 20-4t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

HEMPEL IS COMING

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jfj The World-Famous Soprano, of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, will sing at
TEMPLE THEATER.
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HENR 1 PARKER,
Boston Transcript:
"In casual recall, among
her own sex, they do not
yield a voice to compare with
here in richness of body,
smoothness of texture and
sumptuous, sensuous beauty.
There is not a
singer in these days who can
so mingle the opulence and
the finesse, the skill and the
sensuous beauty of song."
H. E. KREHBIEL,
New York Tribune:
"There could scarcely be
too much praise for the man manner
ner manner in which Miss Hempel
sang 'Et Incarnatus Est.' No
singer known to us could
have rivalled it."
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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
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2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
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7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
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J :30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
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Through
a Glass
Darkly
FANNIE HURST

OopTTlgbt. HO0. kr Tk WtMl Sradlaats, la.
-Always. Esther, a person's eyes are
like looking-glasses what tell the
truth about him. Right through the
eyes of a nix I can see just like In a
mirror, grand eyes or eyes not so
grand."
"You've Just got to quit calling him
a nix like that, mama. Who Is It I'd
like to know but papa drags him
downstairs every night I'd like to j
know? Who Is It? Who?"
"Tonight, Esther, your papa
didn't
"Tonight maybe not, but every other
night. It Just shows Danziger's got
honor, though. He's not going to get
off this boat without giving them all
every chance to win back. He's got
honor, that's why he went down."
"I tell you, Esther, how much I
think of him. So much, that I even
didn't want to hear his name. Gott
sel dank, tomorrow we land, and
that's the last we see of him with
your papa's good money, what I
helped to save, In his pocket.
"Well, then, you you quit running
him down, ma. He's a prince. If you
want to know it. You well I I could
tell you something If I wanted to, but
I I won't right now I I won't. But
you got to quit picking on him, ma.
You've just got to. It's papa
"Always like I used to say to your
brother Mlchle, when he was yet in
short pants: 'Cards is spades that
dig the gamblers' graves !'
"Such silly sayings! Honest, mama,
you mustn't say them in front of peo people.
ple. people. Anyway, he don't gamble, he"
"How excited right away she gets,
like It makes any difference. For my
"How Excited Right Away She Gets,
Like It Makes Any Difference."
part he gambles .r don't. Tomorrow
we don't see him any more is all I
ask. Him with your papa's hard hard-earned
earned hard-earned four hundred and
"Mama, If you keep rubbing that
In, if I've got to' listen to it another
time, I I'll just die."
"I don't want fo hear about him,
Esther, no more as you do."
"Well, then, let's talk about some something
thing something else. I just can't stand the way
you nag and nag, mama, when you
once get started."
"Come, sit down quiet by mama.
Esther."
"Yes, mama !"
"But for why, Esther, just to please
me, don't you first go down and bring
up that grand new leather portfolio
that Abe brought you down to the
pier."
"Now, mama
"Ach, go on, Esther, bring it up and
write to him a letter on a sheet ef
that pretty pink writing-paper that's
In it. See, right up here by the moon moonshine
shine moonshine you can see to write and I add a
line, eh?"
"Mama, please don't nag."
"Here, right in my handbag, Esther,
is the little silver key on the little
silver ring to the case It came in. Not
once have you asked for It. So
thoughtful a boy, Esther; he knows
such a careless girl you are and on a
silver ring with your name on, he has
yet the silver key put on."
"The way you keep talking about
that portfolio, mama, like it was made
of gold."
NAPIER GRASS
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

This is a Studebaker year.

"1 only say, Esther, what a grand
thing rt would be if Abe would meet
us when we get to Paris. Like he
says, Esther, all what he waits for is
the word from you that he should
come. Right to me on the pier, saying
good-by, he said those word."
"No wonder, the way you stuck next
to him, mama."
"Think, Esther, a smart boy like
Abe what Is always so thoughtful of
everybody to help us around in Paris,
where you got to be so careful, they
say, you dont get cheated, eh? Next
to Mlchle himself, nothing could give
papa so much pleasure either as Abe
should be there with us. Here, baby,
right here Is the silver ring. Run
down' once and underneath your berth
out ef the case get the portfolio and
write to him on the pink writing paper,
ehr
"Oh, mama, you you get me so
mad. Honest. I oh, I could Just cry
the way you keep at me. Please,
mama, let let my affairs alone."
"All right, Esther, I let them alone.
Your old mother only wishes you the
worst. She wishes you to forget a
grand honest boy like Abe fer a
dressed-up nix what you meet on the
boat, m let you alone. IH let you
alone. Right back in my bag goes the
silver key-ring. I'll let you alone."
"That's what I want you to do."
"I tell you, Esther, this pain what
I got ever my heart yesterday and to today
day today ain't for nothing. I tell you the
excitement when you nearly missed
the boat this afternoon, and for a

mother to see all of a sudden her baby j
oegin nonsense with a nix irom ni ni-cago
cago ni-cago what nobody don't know nothing
about, except what he brags himself.
Is enough te give heart failure. Bet Better
ter Better we had stayed right at home in
"Oh, mama, I just got to bite my
tongue to hold in. That's how mad
you and your old fogy ideas make me.
What do you know about about
things that go on in the the real
world; about an up-to-date fellow like
him that's been around the world three
times and knows things? You and
your old fogy ideas don't count,
mama."
"Esther!"
"They dont. They they Just don't.
I I'm sick of you always picking on
him when you don't know. I Oh
oh oh !"
She was off into the rearward gloom
of the deck, cramming her handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief against her lips, inarticulate sobs
escaping from its lacy edge ; down two
flights, tn and out. skirting the edge
of deckspread groups skirting their
laughter and the froth of conversation,
and in a deserted corner of the oak
balcony, a generous ledge elaborated
to a writing-room and overlooking the
luxurious, bright-lighted lounge-room,
she found refuge. Dance music floated
up to her light and remotely, and the
foam of lighter laughter.
A galaxy of Incandescents burned
through crystal prisms upen the in informal
formal informal leather chairs of the great
room, upon full-length mirrors in gilt
frames; upon imitations of a famous
pair of fifty-three-inch Mandarin jars
and half-a-dozen small walnut tables
with carved tassels at their four cor corners,
ners, corners, chessboards Ijere and there, a
king or pawn left standing. The
paraphernalia of idleness was every everywhere
where everywhere about: a periodical, face down downward;
ward; downward; a woman's work-bag. Finally
and beneath the left balcony, a group
of eight sitting silent about a round
table. The quiet rattle of bone chips;
an occasional spoken werd, but low
and staccato.
From her balcony, sitting there a
small huddle of squandered emotions
and bankrupt vitality, her hair fallen
awry and the red rims fresh about
her eyes, Esther Lefkovitch caught
sight of that table, though directly
beneath her balcony, through one of
the long mirrors opposite. She leaned
forward; then farther, her lips open opening.
ing. opening. A tear dried and left a vitrified
glistening en her cheek.
Through the mirror and the gray
air of cigar smoke, shirt-sleeved and
Through the m r .v the Gray Air
ef Cigar Smoke.
hunched over a rt..ie f five cards
j lifted close before his eyes, she beheld
her father. And around the table,
j above open collars and vari-colored,
j vari-slzed stacks of chips, a circle of
j men's faces, unrelaxed and as If
i carved from cherry stones.

Smoke Don Hey. That good cigar.

rlrst in the foreground the COol,
collared vision of Mr. Danzlger, draw drawing
ing drawing unto himself from the center of
the table a great mass of the vari varicolored
colored varicolored chips. In silhouette she could
see her parent shuffling a fresh deck
ef cards, dealing them five times
around with a quoitlike motion, across
the table-top. Then her gaze returned
and lingered upon the figure beside
him, in godlike calm opening the fan
nf his cards ever so slightly, discard discarding,
ing, discarding, tossing his offering of chips
lightly to the center of the table, and
every so often and with great fre frequency
quency frequency cooping in the center loot of
them.
Watching that vandeville of sight
without sound, the imperturbable
breadth of his back, the imperturbable
line of his profile, the muscles welch
rose on the backs of his hands .with
each scooping-in, lights flickered for
a moment in Miss Lefkovitch's eyes.
Aen burned quietly in their depths
like altar candles.
Suddenly, as she watched, chin
cupped In palm, head dropped into the
hunch of her shoulders, she leaned
forward, gripping the edge of the
divan; leaned closer,. her quick breath,
too light to flutter a leaf, coming
through her open lips. Passed a quarter-hour,
a half, an hour, and still she
sat there immobile her hypnotized
eyes on the mirror. Two spots of
color came out round and burning on
either cheek and one heat wave raced
another through her body.
With the great effort of pulling her
strength together, she rose finally, but
trembled and grasped at the balcony
rail for support. Then, after a last
interval, she tiptoed down a brief car carpeted
peted carpeted staircase to the near door of the
Lounge, lifted a fold of heavy brown
portiere, and slipped into It; stood
there an additional quarter-hour, her
hand at her throat.
Reaching out from that fold, she
might have brushed her father's sleeve.
A waiter pussy-footed through the
doorway, almost touching her. At that
moment, and with a deerlike bound
that landed her even farther than her
gauge, Miss Lefkovitch lit beside the
card table, her small tight fingers
closing over Mr. Danziger's relaxed
wrist. The white face of a playing
card flashed upward for a second and.
wrenching it from his surprised fin
gers, she danced backward from him,
waving it.
"I got you! Got you! I saw him,
pa. Saw him work It five times. Saw
him, pa Saw him every time." She
'leaped toward her father, waving the
card higher above her head, the
tremolo of hysteria in her voice.
"Always under his cuff he worked
it the far side. Look for yourselves
and see what else he's got there.
Here's the ace, pa. I don't want it.
Take It! Take It! Take it!"
In the sudden upheaval of chairs
scraping backward and a great tangle
of arms flung across the table for the
wrist she had released, Mr. Danzlger
tugged free for the moment, made a
side lunge from the tsible, his under
jaw shot forward and his cuff
wrenched open.
"She-devil!" he cried. "She-devil
a lie!" Lunged again, but a sudden
group closed about him, muffling 'out
his speech, and with the soft thud of
grappling bodies in her eurs, bn athy
oaths, feet scraping against soft car carpets,
pets, carpets, chairs overturning, gurglings, slu slutted
tted slutted trembling up the two decks, sou
tumbling one over the other from he.

dry lips.
In the identical quiet of the top
tleck, moon-washed. Gibraltar rising
closer and blacker and hunch-backed
In the pule night, Mrs. Lefkovitch lay
muffled iu sleep and a steamer-rug,
her mouth open to the taste ol sail
and her hand across her heart, as if a
hurt lay there.
Beside the steamer-chair in a hud
die. Miss Lefkovitjch buried her head
deep into the sag of her mother's
skirt.
Mrs. Lefkovitch woke with 'a start.
Sleepy, her perceptions rose and fell.
"Who who's that? Aaron?"
"N-no, mama."
"Esther that you? Is that you
come i ack?"
"Yes, mama."
"What's the matter baby; why
child, you look
"No, no, mama, nothing! Don't get
excited."
"But Esther, what
"Nothing, mama, nothing! I forgot
and came back
"Forgot?"
"The key-ring, mama; the silver
key-ring. Give me!"
THE END
LOST, STRAYED OR
STOLEN BIRD DOG
White with small liver spots on
body, few large ones on head and
shoulders; bobbed tail, short stocky
build like a bulldog; answers to the
name of "Sport." Last seen on Ocala
Romeo public highway. Finder please
notify W. 0. Brewer, Romeo, Fla, and
receive a liberal reward. 21-4tdltw
CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
At a joint meeting of the elders and
deacons of the Presbyterian church,
the session was requested to call a
congregational meeting for January
29th, 1922. The session takes this
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.

This is a Studebaker year

is Largest swirWG pool

One In Madisen Squarev Garden, New
Yerk City, Contains! 1,500,000
Gallons of WaJUr.
Largest and most hygienic fresh
water swimming pool ever Installed
within a permanent, roofed structure
Is in Madison Square garden. New
York city. Covers an area of more
than 300,000 square feet. Contains
1.500,000 gallons of water when filled.
Cost $250,000 to establish the pool.
Floor of pool has a graduated slope
toward the center. At the Madison
avenue end an lnltal depth of three
feet. The Fourth avenue end, a por portion
tion portion reserved for, as one put It,' "la "ladies
dies "ladies and kiddles," starts with a depth
of about two feet. An existing tunnel
transverslng the center of the garden
had been utilized in the development
of the diving and water polo pool,
15)4 feet deep. The latest adaption
of the ultra violet ray was used In
filtering and sterilizing the water. A
system of vacuum cleaners was pro provided
vided provided for the cleaning of the walls
and floor of the pool while still full of
water.
Some 3,000 private dressing-rooms;
2.000 steel lockers in the general dressing-rooms
; 6,000 bathing suits for both
sexes provided, 1,000 more for the chil children.
dren. children. A special electrical washing
and drying machine for cleansing
them. Open until after midnight In
order that partis may enjoy a plunge
after the theater. On the box fronts
along the entire circumference of the
arena a duplicate of the Thorwalsden
frieze depicting the triumphant entry
of Alexander into Babylon. Robert
Cortes Holiday In Leslie's.
CLIMATIC EFFECT ON WOOD
Studies Made in Forest Service Lab Laboratory
oratory Laboratory Have Been of Great
Value in Aeronautics.
In the great laboratory at Madison,
Wis., maintained by the United States
forest service for woodworking ex experiments
periments experiments a special study has recently
been made of the effects of various
climatic conditions upon airplane
propellers.
In one room, by, regulation of
warmth and moisture, the climatic
conditions of -southern Texas or arid
Egypt were reproduced. It was found
that propellers subjected to these
conditions had a tendency te dry out,
flatten and become unbalanced.
. In another room the climate of the
Amazon valley was Imitated. This
caused propellers to warp badly and
to change their shape so much as to
become totally unfit for use.
It was found that a coat of alum aluminum
inum aluminum leaf did best service as a water waterproof
proof waterproof covering for propellers, which,
when thus protected, may be exposed
to a high humidity for a long time
without warping. Leaf aluminum Is
so thin that from 10,000 to 12,000 lay layers
ers layers of it are required to make an Inch
In thickness. One pound will cover
1,170 propellers, at a cost of 66 cents.
Philadelphia Ledger.
To Church by Airplanes.
"Are you ready for church, John?"
"Almost, Mary, but I'm afraid the
air will be rather rough this morn morning."
ing." morning." That may be the general trend of
any early Sunday morning conversa conversation
tion conversation between husband and wife If
Chaplain A. J. Folts of Fort Crockett,
Galveston Island, Galveston, Texas,
continues his activities. For te Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Foltz belongs the unique distinc distinction
tion distinction of having held the first religious
service which the entire congregation
of a town attended by the aid of air airplanes.
planes. airplanes. The congregation which helped fill
Chaplain Foltx's church on Galveston
island took off in their airplanes from
Ellington field, Houston, Texas. Twen Twenty
ty Twenty machines, containing 30 men each,
traveled the distance of 88 miles to
about 20 minutes, attended the serv services,
ices, services, and flew back to Ellington field
again without mishap..
World Saved Twice at Marne. i
About 800 years ago two skeletons
were unearthed near TournaL France.
They have Just been Identified as Mr.
and Mrs. Chimeric The name may or
may not be familiar. Mr. Child eric
was king of the Franks, the ancient
French, in the year 401, when the
Franks and their allies stopped At
tlla the Hun and his invading Chinese
armies at the Marne, the same river
where the French stopped William the
Hun in the great war. Chllderlc's bat battle
tle battle determined that Europe was to
have a white instead of a Mongolian
civilization. Three hundred thousand
dead were left on the field. Now Chil Chil-deric
deric Chil-deric and his legions are nearly, for forgotten,
gotten, forgotten, but the world, still has a yel yellow
low yellow peril, especially If the white na nations
tions nations continue to make war against
one another. Brooklyn Eagle.
Tropical Fish Off Jersey.
James E. Taylor, while fishing off
Cape May, N. J, a short time ago, ran
into a shoal of pompano, a fish that
never has been found outside of trop tropical
ical tropical waters. Taylor and his son
caught nearly 100 of them. Fisher Fishermen
men Fishermen say that pompano bring as high
as $1.20 a pound In southern markets.
Old Inhabitants say it Is a sure sign
of a mild, winter, as tropical fish are
never caught this late north ef Nor Norfolk.
folk. Norfolk. EAT AT THE HAXTNE
Best meals in the city for 60 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street. tf
Free service ear at the Ocala Tire

& Vulcanizing Company, S-tf

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There are a lot of
places offering to give
your battery a fresh
start in life by putting
"dope" in it.
As a matter of fact
there isn't any kind of
dope made that will
take the place of re recharging
charging recharging and proper
care.
If your battery does really
need add it is far cheaper
and safer to come to Bat Battery
tery Battery Headquarters to have
sit put in. Whether your
battery is a Willard or not,
bring it to us if it can be
done at a saving to you,
well set it on its feet in the
quickest possible time.
Mack Taylor
PHONE 348
Ocala, Florida
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
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Phone 805 Phone 431
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OCALA fiVOItfO SfASi HO&'&AY, lANTAST 23, 1$2J

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M AN Y 63 ALA PEOPLE j
HEARD MR. JAdKSOX

OCAU QCGURREHCES

Mr. Clrdwford Jackson, general sec-
If you have any society items for retary of the Juvenile Protective As-
the Star, please call five-one. sociation, with headquarters in At-
lanta, arrived in Ocala Saturday aft-
Mrs. Almeda Turnipseed of Miami ernoon and Sunday occupied two of

arrived in Ocala today for a visit with J the local church pulpits, in the morn

her mother, Mrs. A. J. Leavengood, of

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

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

SEABOARD SHY OF SHEKELS

Day Dream Toilet

the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284.

ing speaking at the Presbyterian

church and in the evening at the Meth

odist church. In the afternoon at 3:30

he went to the industrial school and!

gave an address to the pupils and instructors.

The audience both of the morning

Water onlv at 1 and evening addresses were enthus-

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

tf

Our repair work is guaranteed sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler, tf
-

Mrs. F. C. McCIane is in St. Peters

burg, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ad-

cock.

Ask for Stearns Day Dream face

powder, rouge and talcum at the Court

Pharmacy. 4-tf

iastic and large. Mr. Jackson is an

excellent and ready talker and is an

enthusiasct in his line of work with
which he is thoroughly conversant.

During a discussion of his work for

the Juvenile Protective Association,

Mr. Jackson gave full credit to the ju juvenile
venile juvenile court, one of the principal
means of carrying out this work. The

juvenile court, he says, "is the court of

greatest importance in the history of

courts today. The juvenile court not
ov.ly promotes the work of the district

Free air and a ma to put it in & ui neip ouua me Doy into a con

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right at Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing structive citizen xor me community.

ComDanv 3-tf e save tne state by saving the poten

tiaiiy destructive cniia. in otner woras,

the mission of this latest and great

est court, in the language of the man

of Galilee, is to "seek and save that

which is lost.

In a general summary for the work

of 1920, this court, assisted by branch

associations, probation officers, big

Your wants in fresh meats and orotners ana sisters, nas reported ana

groceries will be promptly attended to handled 10,999 children and a general

if youll call phone 108. Main Street

Market. 4-tf

TO RENT OR BUY A farm; about
30 or 40 acres, close in and if pos possible
sible possible with tools and farming imple implements.
ments. implements. Mr. Wallace, 120 North
Sanchez, or phone 440. 13-6t

FOR SALE Six-room house, twoj

blocks from postoffice. Price $750.

S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 12-12t

New York, Jan. 22. Declaring that
federal operation had reduced their
property to "a fearful condition," of officials
ficials officials of the Seaboard Air Line rail

way announced last night that the
company would defer payment of in interest
terest interest on its 25,000,000 adjustment
mortgage fives, due in February.
The semi-annual interest payment
due last August also was deferred on
the ground that "general depressed
business conditions" made it inadvis inadvisable
able inadvisable to pay "unearned interest on the

i bonds which would take from the
property money considered essential
for its proper maintenance."

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Alfred of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are visiting their Ocala

friends.

Fresh meats
Street Market.

and poulary.
Phone 108.

Main

4-tf

Mr. J. M. Major, supervisive agent
of the Seaboard, is looking the town

over today.

All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
block. 6-tf

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 Ger-nant.
nant. Ger-nant. 12-tf

SEWING WANTED Will do plain

or fancy sewing for men, women or
children. Phone 305. Mrs. Mollie
Hodge, at dormitory. 16-6t

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere thanks
and appreciation to all of those who
so willingly gave their services and
sympathy in the death of my dear
husband. Also I wish to offer thanks
for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. E. T. Becker.
Dunnellon, "Fla., Jan. 22.

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 service."
ice." service." Cordrey Bros'. Transfer Line.
Phone 434. 1-11-tf

average of 84 per cent of this number

were satisfactorily placed, or dismiss
ed after their reclamation.

In this work, Ocala, under Probation

Officer M. M. Little, has handled 65

cases the past year and 64 of this
number have been placed satisfactoril satisfactoril-lv.
lv. satisfactoril-lv. It was through the efforts of the

Juvenile Probation Society that our PLANTS Pansies, Bermuda onions,

FOR SALE One ton Ford truck with
cab. In excellent condition. Good

tires. Address Box Y, Ocklawaha,
Fla. 18-6t

Master Tom Carter Jr., who has
been spending the past year and a half
in New York city with his aunt, has
arrived in Ocala. While in New York
he attended school. He likes to live

there but is glad to be home again. He
made the trip from New York alone.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Durst of Douglas,
Ga., are expected to arrive in Ocala
Wednesday by auto and will be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins for a few days. Mr. and Mrs.
Durst are former residents of Ocala
and their friends here will be glad to
renew their acquaintance.

You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 4-tf

Mrs. John Pasteur, who came up
from Miami last Monday, is spending
this week at Lake Weir with her
daughter, Mrs. Ernest Lytle.

If you're not eating FEDERAL
bread, try it once, and we'll stand by
your judgment. Federal Bakery. 23-tf

"Just like home made cakes," is
what the housewife says about our
cakes. Federal Bakery. 23-tf

Get "Honey Boy" cakes for the
children. Most healthful cakes made.
Pure honey is the sweetening used.
Federal Bakery. 23-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leavengood,
after a visit to relatives here, return returned
ed returned to Tampa Saturday af ternoon.

Apalachicola select oysters every

day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.

City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

present probation officer was later ap appointed
pointed appointed by the governor and as we
know their work has been 100 per cent
in this territory, Mr. Little having
proven himself invaluable as a pro probation
bation probation officer here.
Mr. Jackson left this afternoon for
Tampa in the interest of his work.

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

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

At the recent meeting of the Wood Woodmen,
men, Woodmen, Mr. Geo. W. Cleveland celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated his 21st anniversary of joining the
order. He was initiated on the first
meeting night in January, 1901, the
writer being there to help hold him on
the goat.

Mr. Max Israelson received a wire
yesterday from Mr. Marcus Frank, in
New York city, stating that he would
be in Ocala Thursday for a week-end
visit.

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

Mr. E. C. Staley has been joined by
his wife and children, who came up
from Orlando the other day. The
Staley's have rooms at Mrs.. Green's
residence.

The city street force has recently
been doing some work in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of the electric light and water
plant property, having hardened
South Fifth street from Osceola to
Orange avenue and re-surfaced Or Orange
ange Orange avenue from South Fifth to
South Third. The city has also re recently
cently recently erected a substantial garage on
the south side of its water works lot
to house all of the city trucks.

Mr. Clifton Camp has arrived in
Ocala from New York from Lausanne,
Switzerland, where with Mrs. Camp
and children he has spent the past six

months. Mrs. Camp and children will
remain in Switzerland some time
longer.

WOOD All lengths oak or pine; for

cookstove, heater or fireplace. I
give you quick service. Phone 322.

Also pair of mules, new wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N.

Magnolia St., Ocala. 3-lm

FOR RENT Furnished apartment;
bed room, dining room and kitch

enette; bath room, hall and porch.

Apply to Mrs. R. Ragsdale at the

Fort King Confectionery or phone

530. 18-3t

WANTED Mighty bad, a pony sad

dle for my pony. Who has one' to
sell me? A. C. Cobb Jr. 20-3t

Four souls with but a double

thought, four hearts that beat as two.
Judge Futch has welded in matrimon

ial bliss Miss Essie Wiggins of Romeo
to Mr. O. C. Stephen of Morriston,
and Miss Lessie Julia Freyermuth to

Mr. James Franklin Davis, both of

Ocala.

This is a Studebaker year.

Purity Cross Che!
Service Forms a
Model Kitchen

full line of PURITY CROSS
goods just in:

FOR SALE Small heater in good
condition. Will sell at a bargain. H.
S. Camp, U-Serve No. 2. 213t

THE ALLEN bath outfits are the
best and cheapest. Bath room out outfit
fit outfit $4. Portable outfit $7.50; won't
rust or corrode. The Portable has
fountain syringe and emergency
stove. Phone 197. R. C. Loveridge,
agent. 21-6t

Guaranteed vulcanizing at
Tire & Vulcanizing Company.

Ocala
3-tf

If youll try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, youll use no other. 4-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Dosh and
son Robert, drove over from Orlando
in their car yesterday and spent the
day with the family of Mr. Dosh's
brother, Mr. R. N. Dosh.

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

Rev. Curtis, rector of All Saints
Episcopal church, Lakeland, for many
years, has a number of friends in
Ocala who will be interested to learn
that he has accepted a call to St.
Johns by-the-sea, in Tampa, and will
take up his work there immediately.

Miss Irene Tompkins, who is a stu student
dent student at Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga.,
spent the latter part of last week in
Sandersville, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Harris. Miss Tompkins finished
her examinations on Thursday, thus
giving her a well earned vacation.
Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market 4-tf

Patrolmen Morgan and Bronson and
Deputy Sheriff Wiggins struck a rich
deposit of extract of selenium Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. Being suspicious of the
maneuvers of Paul Simpson, George
Wilson and old "Tramp," all colored
persons, they pulled them, and on
Wilson they found six half pints of
the juice of the moon. Following in indications,
dications, indications, they were led to the house
of Julia Sims on Lincoln Heights, and
under Julia's domicile found two dozen
more pints and half pints of shine. All
the selenites now languish in the
hoosgow.

ORANGES $1 per hundred; grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit 2 cents apiece; nice sorted
Porto Rico Yam potatoes $1.00 per
bushel; packed box of oranges or
grapefruit, $2.50. W. D. Cam. 23-tf

CHICKEN SALAD,
BONED CHICKEN
(In Jelly)
CREAMED CHICKEN
(A La King)
LOBSTER a la Newberg
CREAMED SPAGHETTI
(Au Gratin)
CHOP SUEY,
VIENNA STYLE SAUSAGE
DATE PUDDING,
DEVILED HAM
DEVILED TONGUE
DEVILED CHICKEN
HAVE YOU A CHEF ON. YOUR
SHELF?
0. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 AND 174

HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf

Take your watch and jewelry re repair
pair repair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. 5-tf

In Sunday's Times-Union there ap appeared
peared appeared an article about the southeast southeastern
ern southeastern amateur and the Florida open golf
championship event which will be held
in Jacksonville March 6-11. This will
be one of the most notable gatherings
of golfers from the southeastern
states ever held in Florida, and is be being
ing being looked forward to with pleasure by
enthusiastic golfers. Among the con contestants
testants contestants in this event appears the name
of Mr. Clarence Camp of this city.

FarmersExchangeStore

MERCHANTS BLOCK

Phone 163

tHt 80 PER CENT OF ALL

HEADACHES are due

. Til fvfxi r n fir wf h k 1

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uuV muscles.

DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Sugar Cane Syrup, 1 1 p
pint bottles XX1
Tall Pink Salmon 1
per can X w
UNEEDAS, On
one package OC
UNEEDAS, 1Cr
two packages JLOC
UNEEDAS, OClr
'three packages "v
OCTAGON SOAP, Q
one cake OC
OCTAGON SOAP, 1 Cr
two cakes XwC
OCTAGON SOAP, O
three cakes v
OCTAGON SOAP, Of
twelve cakes OUC
P. & G. SOAP, O
one cake OC
P. & G. SOAP, IP IP-two
two IP-two cakes OC
P. & G. SOAP, 0 1 n
three cakes A C
P. & G. SOAP, flCin
twelve cakes OvC
ARGO SALMON 3flf
per can OUC
Campbell's Soup, 1
one can XC
Campbell's Soup, ATZ.
four cans. C

CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
SHORTS,
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
BEET PULP,
SWEET FEED,
OYSTER SHELL,
MICA GRIT,
BEEF SCRAPS.
PURINA
CHICKEN
CHOWDER,
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.

A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED.
licit your patronage

We so-

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THURSDAY,- !1S
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Assisted by a Troupe of Native Hawaiians
SINGERS DANCERS MUSICIANS
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PRICES: 50c, 85c. $1.10 and $1.65
SEATS ON SALE AT COURT PHARMACY

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
benefit.
Don't miss the joy of the
new WRIGLEY'S P-K the sugar sugar-coated
coated sugar-coated peppennint rid bit!

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TN the heart of the city, with
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room service is second to none.
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Manager
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor

PROMPT SERVICE

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