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Sn rises tomorrow, 7 0; sets, 6:0.-
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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. 1S22
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IS THE HOPE OF AMERICA THE WHITE HOUSE 01 11IISIIE
ALMOST Alt OF AMERICA
INSTRUCTIVE ADDRESS MADE BY MR. COLVW B. BROWN TO CIT CITIZENS
IZENS CITIZENS OF OCALA FRIDAY EVENING
Mr. jColvin B. Brown, chief of the
organization service bureau ; of the
United States Chamber of Commerce,
who addressed citizens of Ocala to the
number of nearly one hundred, in the
dining room of the Harrington last
night, is an eloquent speaker, a man
who has traveled much and well post posted
ed posted on the commercial, industrial and
agricultural activities of the United
. States and the world. His address
was intensely interesting and keenly
appreciated by those who were fortu fortunate
nate fortunate enough to hear him. It was a
' matter of regret' that the speaker did
not have time to enter more fully into
The crowd gathered promptly at six
o'clock in the lobby and parlors of
the hotel, many ladies .being present,
but it was after 6:30 when the first
course of the dinner was served. See Seeing
ing Seeing that the time' of the speaker was
going to be very snort, Mr. C. G.
Rose, president of the Board of Trade,
who presided over the occasion, intro introduced
duced introduced Mr.' Brown when the salad was
served arid during the remainder of
the dinner the commerce expert made
his talk. During the evening Mrs.
Davis at the piano rendered some of
her best selections' Mr. Albert Gerig
conducted several selections which the
entire assembly joined in singing and
Mr. Edwin S. Gernant sang two solos,
Miss artmann playing his accom accompaniment.
paniment. accompaniment. One of the best features
of the dinner was the railroad hand handclap,
clap, handclap, directed by Mr. Gerig, which
the diners gave the speaker when he
had finished talking, promptly at 8
o'clock. It was the first time many
had seen and heard it and it just filled
the bill of their appreciation for the
splendid address they were privileged
Mr. Brown's address, follows:
. "America today holds a winning
hand in the world game, but much de depends
pends depends upon the way she plays it.
"We have more than a third of all
the gold in the world; our banking
system has successfully withstood the
greatest strain in its history; we have
had fair crops; hundreds of millions
have been voted for public improve improvements;
ments; improvements; there is an unprecedented de
mand for houses and buildings of all
V "The cost of production is -higher
than it was before the war and is
bound to remain higher, for it is only
out of production that the world can
pay interest on a war debt of two
hundred and fifty millions of dollars,
not to speak of increased cost of gov gov-.
. gov-. ernment and a higher standard of liv
ing to be maintained.
'If prices should get down below
the cost of production no power can
keep them there. When the period of
deflation is over buying will begin. begin.-There
There begin.-There is nothing in the situation to
"The Chamber of Commerce of the
United States represents business in
an organized way. Tt is no guard at
the national capital.. Legislation in
any way affecting business come3 un under
der under its immediate observation. -It pro provides
vides provides machinery for the careful scru scrutiny
tiny scrutiny of such legislation and for bring bring-ing
ing bring-ing it promptly to the attention of
business men throughout the country,
'Though commtftees of experienced
men, and departments officered and
staffed by experts, it makes a study df
! business problems and renders a serv-
, ice the "value of which is being increas increasingly
ingly increasingly recognized by the users and
beneficiaries of its machinery and
"Being a federation of chambers of
commerce and trade associations, the
national chamber is in position to get
the opinion of its organization mem
bers on business problems and legis legislation,
lation, legislation, make that opinion known to
Congress and obtain a hearing.
4ThS close relationship which the
- national chamber bears to its organic
zation members gives it a very gret
interest in their success.
"Busy workshops, fertile, fields and
easy means of communication from
place to place are, some of the ele
ments that make a nation great, and
a nation is but the sum total -of its
community units. Perhaps many of
pur national problems could be solved
if we could break them up into just as
many little pieces so there are well
organized community units, leaving it
to each to do its bit. This is one of
the reasons why we need well organiz
ed and well conducted chambers of
commerce in every city and town in
"There are certain essential ele
ments in the building and conduct of
a successful chamber of commerce
The first of these is a strong" under-
standing ox xne position occupies in
the community life. Those whose sup support
port support is solicited are entitled to know
that it is not organized and conducted
; it 1 1 ... i
in the interest of a group of Jndivid-
uals, but that the yardstick by which
all of its activities are to be measured
is the yardstick of community good.
"The second essential is a short,
definite, practical program of activi
ties. The people are not only entitled
to Know wnai ine cnamoer oi com commerce
merce commerce it, But also what it proposed
doing for the community!
- "The third essential is the selection
of committeemen with a view to their
qualifications for carrying on the work
entrusted to them.
"The fourth essential is a budget
based upon the work to be done, the
revenue for which is obtained from
dues paying members.
' "Where the public has a right con con-ceptionof
ceptionof con-ceptionof the functions of a chamber
of commerce, is in agreement with its
program of activities and has confi confidence
dence confidence m the official personnel there is
little difficulty in obtaining the. money
necessary for carrying on the work.
"Every man who can afford to pay
the dues should belong to his local
community organization. No matter
how much character a man may have,
no matter how, clean he may be in his
business and private relations, no mat
ter how good aman he may be, he Is
not a good citizen, in the local sense
at least, unless he does something for
the good of the community in which
he lives". There is a difference be
tween bejng a good man and a good
citizen, and one. of the functions of
every chamber of commerce is to fur furnish
nish furnish the people with an opportunity
to express thei rcitizenship in con
i yxs w. w-
structive counsel and action for the I
good of the community.
"Your community does" not end with
your municipal boundary lines. It ex
tends onward and outward to cover
vour entire retail trade territory. It
is the betterment of business, living I
and marketing conditions in that ter
ritory that you should have in mind
How anything that can be done to bet
ter such conditions in your retail
trade .territory increases purchasing
power and adds to the wealth of both
merchants and producers. This is a
national as well as a docal activity. It
is doubtful if there 13 a community
anywhere in our country that equals
its business ana social possumiues.
ine ngni son oi committees compos-
ea oi men laminar witn tne territory,
1 .. 1 VI J. t !. I
ougn to oe aoie to mae aeunite, prac-
ticai, convincing statements oi wnat
can be attempted, and these state
ments can be made the opening gun in
a campaign to secure a public support
of the plans that will secure their ac
Another subject demanding atten
tion is transportation. ; By this is not
- i t ti I m
meant merely the checking of way
bills, advising as to routes of ship
ment and informing 1 members of
changes in the rulings of the Inter
state Commerce Commission. It is
much bigger than that. It is not
enough to better production, unless we for the purpose of teaching salesman salesman-have
have salesman-have markets and quick and easyLhin. If nmnerlv conducted thev ran
routes and" trahsport to such markets
our increased production will be large-
ly without avail. It is the task of the
transportation committee to study the
transportation situation in the retail
trade territory, ascertain what are
the obstructions to the free flow of
traffic and formulate plans for the
removal of the obstructions. Some
times these will be found to be lack of
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aeep water ra a naroor, a sanaoar in
ana vigable river, inadequate dockage
facilities, a ferry where a
ought to be, or insufficient
electric- or motor truck service; but
most of the obstructions to the free
flow of. traffic are found to be the
character and conditions of the high highways
ways highways leading into the tpwn. Wp h&ve
come to understand that the great n&
tional highway is not the road front
New" York to San Francisco, but that
it is the road from the farm to town.
The transportation committee should
be able to report plans for the remov
al of traffic obstructions and the pro
vision of improved facilities, which
plans will be so compelling in their
presentation as to be assured of pub
lic support, f repare not an every-thing-at-once
program, bqt & one-
thing-at-a-time, and as rapidly as the
public can be made to see the peed
and apply the remedy.
"Industry, commence and civics
should have a place on the program.
Careful consideration should be given
to the subjects of industrial relations,
improved merchandising methods, bet better
ter better living conditions, and to parks,
playgrounds and schools. We want to
strive for a contented working class',
stores sq excellent ttit they yrti
serve the trade needs of our tributary
territory, and ample school facilities.
And we want a city plan. Every city
no matter how small it is, should have
a city plan, no matter how simple it
Officials of State Department Flatly
Deny Story in English Paper That j.
President Refused to Receive j
Washington, Jan. 28
Press). Denial, flat and categorical,
was made today by officials of the
state denartment and White House
that either Secretary Hughes or Pres
ident Harding had refused to receive
Ambassador Jusserand of France, as
reported in the London Morning Post.
may be. We should vision our city
as we want it to he. and as we are de-
termined to make it be, and with this
in mind we will be constantly striv-!
ing to make the dream come true. j
As increased production, diversi-
ied crops and good roads mean added j
prosperity to the farmer, so does in- j
dustrial expansion with increasing ine "caia oeea 01 uppiy mpany
pay rolls mean more business for the!and wiI1 make a speciality of furnish-
merchant. An analysis of the indus-!,n
trial growth of American communi-Mse quantities, as me company nas
ties has shown that the growth hasiits own -seed growing farms in Flor-
been largely from within, that is,
through the expansion of existing in-1
dustries and through the coming in of
similar and related industries attract-J
ed by the local labor market. As in- i
dustries prosper they expand and a
labor market is established that in-! inS tms P,ace' a number oi very nana nana-vites
vites nana-vites other industries. Attempts to some orders have already been booked
p ; i x fcv? l
force industrial expansion through ad- j
vertising campaigns and bonuses has!
eenerallv nroven ineffective. The fi- i
nancing of industry is a banking and j
not a community proposition. Oncei
however, the industry
should receive full co-operation fromininS to realize need young men
the chamber of commerce in bringing J
bout conditions makine- for better- i
. .. ... ..
iiient in tne community me oi its em
ployees, such as housing, recreational
and educational facilities, and cheap
and adequate transportation to and
from work. Parks and playgrounds,
fcchool houses and public works and
utilities should be expanded to keep
pace with the growth of industrial
population and the establishment of
new industrial centers, and the cham
ber of commerce. should be the leader
in all this.
"The retail stores of the town are
most important community asset
and should be vieed in that iight by
the chamber of commerce. It is the
gtore that hri the farmer" into town
to trade. The larger' and more varied
uhe stocks, the better, their reputation
for good vaiues and fair prices, the
more attractive thf displays, the bet.
ter the service and the. ; more cour courteous
teous courteous and .-accommodating the sales salesmen
men salesmen and more rapidly the town will
grow as a retail trading center and
the wider will be the territory from
which it draws trad. Looking upon
the store as a community asset the
chamber 0f commerce should lend its
aid to all movements for better mer
chandi zing, and to style shows, dollar
day sales, pay up campaigns, ex
change of credit informations trade
excursions and salesmanship classes.
Salesmanship classes are not alone
kg made to train vountr men in the
fundamentals of business. Nearly ev-
ery youngr man when he enters upon
hi3 first employment looks forward to
the time when he will be in business
for himself. That so many turn out
failures is due in some measure to
the fact that they have been left with
out proper guidance during the early
years of their business careers. They
are left to drift along" forming erron-
i eous conclusions as to the meaning of
things and without any conceDtion of
j their true relationship to their em-
ployers r the business with
they have become connected.
"Chambers of commerce are begin
"The Fashion Center"
. .... ...
Special Purchase of Fine Hand, Bags in all the new
Leathers, nicely trimmed inside. These
goods arrived this morning and will go
: pn sale Tuesday, values to $4.50
Special for $1.0,0
Unidentified Marf Killed When Illicit
SfaU m a Brooklyn House
. Blew tip
New York, Jan. 28; The explosion
r wv -- w cV mA still Vn 4-f-k knA
jof a house in Brooklyn today set fire
to the building and burnejd an uniden unidentified
tified unidentified man to death. '"" '-",
. HOUSE FOR OCALA
Among the recently launched busi business
ness business enterprises in Ocala is the new
wnoiesaie ana retail seea store openea
Wltrun tne pasvxew nays m ucala
House block on East Broadway by
r r T- 1 m
ir- Jonn oowaen, lormeny oi cor-
ine new nceni win oe Known as
eeas "reci to me planters m
J 1 JL t L l
wa Georgia ana &outn Carolina, it is
woDiy ine largest concern ox us
Sk,nd in the 8tate-
AS lz nas Known I0r 800,6
ii. j ii.
weeKS amon& ine seea men OI we
f tate that Mr- Bowden intended open-
Alr-. w- flnms 01 Kome, ua., is
traveling tne feouth florida territory
for the company,
Success to the new venture.
nave ior guidance ana nave encoura-
ea tne iormanon oi young man groups
that meet at regular intervals to be
addressed by successful local business
men on the fundamentals of business
and salesmanship, and at frequent in intervals
tervals intervals experts are brought in from
outside to deliver talks on business
The object of salesmanship classes
is to furnish instruction in business
fundamentals, arouse interest, inspire
loyalty to the business and employer,
arouse curiosity as to the why of
things, stimulate mental effort to as ascertain
certain ascertain the reason why certain busi-r
ness rules are made, increase effort to
please customers, and to cultivate thew
habit of saving earnings as future
"If you can plan so as to even in a
slight degree improve production and
transportation facilities, bring about
better relations in industry, increase
and improve retail trade, stimulate
your sales forces to greater and more
intelligent efforts, and better living,
educational and recreational condi conditions,
tions, conditions, you will have taken a part in
the national program.
"America today is the creditor na nation
tion nation of the world. It has a compact
domestic market making for quantity
production and can produce much of
what the world needs at a lower cost
than many other countries and at the
same time pay good wages.
"I have visited over 200 cities dur
ing the past year or two and the more
I see of organized communities the
more confidence I have that the spirit
which helped win the war will help
maintain peace at home and help re restore
store restore order, and ultimately prosperity,
to a stricken world. We may each "do
our bit working in our own communi communities
ties communities with the tools at our command,
always having in mind that whatever
of betterment we bring to ourselves
we bring to the nation of which we
are a part."
PLEASED WITH OCALA
Friday afternoon, Mr. Brown
j was in conference with the board of
governors of the Board of Trade from
2:30 to 4 o'clock. At four, he was
Southeast is Considerably .Hampered
By the Sleet aad Wind of The
(Associated Press) 1
Jacksonville, Jan. 28. Snow storms
in .Virginia and the Carolinas crippled
tele-graphic communication again to today
day today and the wires from the east are
being operated only intermittently.
The. vires along the coast through
Savannah and Charleston, which went
down Thursday during the sleet storm,
arestill broken and communication
from Florida to the east is effected by
a round about route through south
Georgia to Atlanta. Trains are operat operat-into
into operat-into and out of Jacksonville, but run running
ning running late.
CLEAR TRACK NORTH OF BALTI-
Philadelphia, Jan. 28. The only
train on the Pennsylvania railroad
from the south passed through here at
9 o'clock today. The Pennsylvania
said there was no serious interruption
of service north of Baltimore."" -'
ONE HUNDRED PERCENT,
The Ocala Rotary Club has again
achieved one hundred precent attend attendance.'
ance.' attendance.' At the luncheon here on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday all members of the club were
present with the exception of Rota Rota-rians
rians Rota-rians Ben Rheinauer and Milby Lloyd.
Ben Rheinauer attended the luncheon
of the New York City Rotary Club
on Tuesday and Milby Lloyd attended
the luncheon of the Jtotary Club of Al Albany,
bany, Albany, N. ; Y- yesterday. This makes
four consecutive one hundred percent
meetings for the Ocala Rotary Club
and the club' expects to make it five
with the luncheon on next Tuesday.
taken to Silver Springs and was car carried
ried carried away by the beauties of these fa
mous waters as he viewed them thru
the g la sir "bottom boat. Mr. Brown ex
pressed the opinion that Silver Springs
was more beautiful than the waters of
the Catalina Islands. Following the
dinner Mr. Brown accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Swope to their orange
grove home on Lake Weir and will
spend the week-end with them on a
Mr. Brown stated while here that
the thing that has impressed him
most since coming into Florida has
been the attitude of people of one
town to another." He said that he had
not heard a single work of disparage disparagement
ment disparagement concerning any town, hut on the
contrary, had heard many things of a
complimentary nature. This,' Mr.
Brown said, meant much to the future
The Postal Telegraph Company sent
twelve linemen from Ocala to Savan Savan-nah
nah Savan-nah yesterday to help repair the dam
age done -in that territory by the
storm that has been and is still raging
along the coast between Florida and
THE AVERAGE public bath tub is
a nuisance and ought to give place to
Allen's private portable bath outfit.
Escape possible lurking disease
germs by using. Allen's. Get Allen's
shampoo brush and shampoo yourself.
Phone 197. R. C. Loveridge, Afent. 6t
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. tf
The twq boys, A. B. and T. Childers,
accused of setting fire to the mill at
Summerfield, had a hearing before
Judge Futch yesterday. The judge
held the former in $1000 for the grand
jury and' dismissed the other.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Cosntry Is Now AiUiclcd by One c! Ihc Worst Spells cf Wcalier
- V II Has Ever Had -.
Washington, Jan. 28. Washington
was cut off from the outside world
today as far as trans ffcirtation is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, by one of the heaviest snow snowstorms
storms snowstorms in the history of the capital.
No trains have left Washington since
midnight and with the snow continu continuing
ing continuing to fall the prospects of any mov moving
ing moving soon are poor. Three trains have
arrived since midnight, two from New
York, long overdue, and one a Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore & Ohio express, from Cincinnati.
Train service to the south- where
snow- storms have been reported for
two days and from which section the
storm came, is wholly suspended. Sev Several
eral Several trains are reported stalled ; be between
tween between Richmond and Washington,
with others being hld at Richmond.
Trains from the north are reported
held up. in the yards between here and
Baltimore and in that city.
f. Starting yesterday afternoon and
still continuing today, the snow had
covered Washington to the depth of a
foot and a half to two feet." The street1
car service has practically suspended
and the prospects this morning were
that all activity, governmental and
otherwise, would be greatly curtailed..
" PILING DRIFT ON DRIFT
That" part of the country compris comprising
ing comprising the middle Atlantic states is
buried and being further buried under
the heaviest snow fall since the long long-remembered
remembered long-remembered blizzard of 1899. The
storm which began with an almost un-!
pfecedented snow fall in the Carolinas I
and Virginia Thursday, is creeping up
the coast, leaving buried cities, stalled
trains, disrupted trolley service, sus suspension
pension suspension of business and social activi activities
ties activities in its wake. It reached the edge
of New England early today, although
its center remained off the Virginia
: Weather bureau reports showed and
forecasts were for snow today and to-1
night along the coast of New York;
north. At ten o'clock today the fall
of snow in Washington had reached
an even two feet, it was still "snowing
and the weather bureau, said it would
continue through the day and into to
night. .. '-:,-:H
Pennsylvania avenue here is strewn
with abandoned automobiles. Thou
sands of government clerks were forc forced
ed forced to walk to work by suspension of
the car service, although the trunk
lines of the city began operating later
in the morning. Numerous accidents
were reported to the police and sever
al calls were sent for aid to find per persons
sons persons believed to have lost their way in
finding their homes. J
There was fourteen inches of vsnbw
in Baltimore early today, twenty in inches
ches inches at Lynchburg and seven inches
of snow packed .with half an inch of
sleet at Raleigh, and if was still snow snow-ing'
ing' snow-ing' -s . ....
. A gale of fifty-six miles an hour at
Norfolk crippled shipping and put
part of the business section of the city
under water. The roofs of three tc-r
bacco warenouses and one garage
caved in at Danville by the weight of
snow and many automobiles were
abandoned in the streets there.
Sixteen inches of snow has fallen at
Richmond and mercantile and other
business is at a standstill. All trains
arriving there are badly delayed. The
snow storm is the worst Virginia has
seen in twenty-three years and prac
tically the entire state is in its grip.
Snow is still falling.
" God of hosts, be with us yet, lest we
forget the crippled vet.
A good loser is a man who admit it,
but refuses to stay lost. .
Prompt Auto Service Co.
h: and Repair work. Ignition andiJ
x Electrical vork
h: matures and
p- rewound. Best"prices4 promptilf
". l I : i
h service on guaranteed worn.
Old Gates9 Garage Building
: PHONE 159 '
4C M (Ml ftM. Ml M. Mf M M$
COLLEGE WILL WAIT
FOR. DELAYED CARDINALS
Election of a Nefr Pontiff Will
' Befia Before Fh. 2nd
Paris, Jan. 28. A Rome dilpatch
says the opening of the conclave to
elect a successor to Pone RniVfc
will be delayed twenty-four tours in
order to give time for all cardinals to
arrive. The conclave was originally
set for February 2nd.
M ISS HEM PEL ENTERTA INED
After the recital last night at the
Temple theater by Miss Frieda Hem Hem-pel,
pel, Hem-pel, Mrs. J. W. Dumas "entertained
Miss Hempel and her party at a bird
supper at the Seaboard resaurant.
The following were included in thd
party: Miss Hempel, her husband, Mri
K-ahn, Mr. Louis Fritze, Mr. Conrad
Bos, Mrs. Mamie Hall, Mr. Jennings
and Mn Kay.
This morning the members of Miss
Hempel's party were taken in cars by
Mrs. T. P. Drake and Mrs. Dumas to
Silver Springs. Miss Hempel was en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic over the beauty of the
springs, declaring it to be one of the
most wonderful fights she had ever
seen during her extensive travels.
Miss Hempel and her party left this
afternoon for Orlando, where she rill
sing' in concert next week.
Misses Maude Keeffe and Florence
Terrell", made the Oklawaha trip on
the Silver Springs this week, and re report
port report an enjoyable time. v
Mr. G. Fred Ball of Jacksonville wa
calling on his Ocala friends yesterday.
Every : Ch'inaman bosses his wife;
and yet. we talk about carrying the
cleasings of civilization to those peo people.
Seems the undertakers should make
special rates to family pedestrians
killed in family groups.
What Are the Facts
of the system of opera operation,
tion, operation, earnings, and com-
1 ment on the outlook of
A local issue Analyzed"
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The Star is issuing a new, 15-inch
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and get one and then live up to it, and
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T v j.nher voice thin over the high places
In spite of the millions of .dollars c, tt
this country has given to feeding
starving Russians, Lenini and his
crowd'are' speaking of making claims
for damages on America.
It is reported from Germany that
a bunch of slick yankees went over
. .... .
federate currency at its face value iorl"
German marks. It will take time to
tell which party to' the transaction
was cheated. ''
We see by the Lake City Repotrer
that W. W. Phillips will .be a candi
date for state senator from Columbia
county. Mr. Phillips is a live wire,
and if elected, (which he probably will
be), he will shake things up in the
The Dyer anti-lynching bill has
passed the House by a vote of 230 to
119. Seventeen republicans voted
with (he democrats against it, and
eight democrats and one socialist
voted for it. It now goes to the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. Leach of the Leesburg Commercial
. suggests an amendment" to', the con constitution
stitution constitution of the United States that
shall provide that all future amend amendments
ments amendments be made only by at least two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the popular vote. Good
move. We second it.
We regret to learn of 'California's
misfortune in losing a large portion
of this season's orange crop, but if it
had to come we are glad itwent to
the west coast instead of 1 the "At "At-1
1 "At-1 ntic. Orlando Reporter-Star.
No telling what will come to us be before
fore before the winter is over;
... A scientjsiie--Cerfain after his trip
to theNorth Pole he-will be able to
make a forecast of the weather for a
year in advance. Think what a help
such information, would have been to
Noah. Orlando Reporter-Star.
The weather forecast on which
Noah built the Ark was a hundred
and twenty years in advance.
A Swedish newspaper asserts that
a plot has has been revealed to ship
into Russia 300,000 army rifles, alleg
ed to have been sold to the soviet au
thorities through Swedish intermedi
aries. The rifles are said to have
come originally from Germany, but
are believed to 'have been held in
storage in Denmark for some time.
The presence' in Stockholm of twen
ty secret police of the Russian soviet
government, well supplied with funds,
has been disclosed by press investiga investigations.
tions. investigations. The activity of the' bolsheviki
in Sweden has attracted considerable
attention ever since the V revelation
last year of a widely ramified red con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy which gave rise to a long and
sensational court proceeding in Stockholm.
The Metropolis has received no ex explanation
planation explanation from Tallahassee relative to
the suppression of the report of the
committee that investigated the work
- of that "Flying Squadron.", Something
rotten" in Denmark. Miami Metro p p-'
' p-' olis. -: '. .
Our educational autocracy is calmly
superior to the common people It
may also be impervious to common
honesty. It wlil be fully shown up
some of thesedays. ;
From time to time references ap appear
pear appear in the state papers to drilling
for oil in various parts of Florida.
t There may be oil here in commercial
; quantities and then again there may
-not. On the whole the Post is not sure
; that it would hail with unequivocal
joy proof that Florida is destined to
. develop jreat oil fields. We have so
. ; many resources that' we could well
afford riot to have oil added to the
list There is real satisfaction in see-
in? thousand jfafftgr fore each wlfiter
for rest and recfeatftft, sharing ear
advantages and pleasures. It is food
to see our ability to Contribute to the
1cAnir of the. natiOn pxnnnriin- estcfi t
year. The work! heeds oil but the in-j
dustry is not compared with agricut
tare. Somehow it is ; distasteful to
think of marring the beauty and!
.I An v cf A with a nr1 V 1
oil wells' and uglier boom towns, that
pop up almost as quickly as the first
gushers Palm Beach Post. t I
Post needn't worry. ?;Oil has never
been found iji the sorU of ; geological
strata that underlies Florida. And,
as it says, our present advantages, if
properly utilized, are worth more to
. th m
the people tnan OU.
Friday night was the twelfth birth-
rfav of the TemDle theater, which
!. tiil nm 1A1A
i.50openeq xo ine puptic -jun. i, wii
W (V M-PW' J
tan Opera Company. The Temple has
proven itself one of our best institu institutions,
tions, institutions, and no town in the country
than' Ooalft has obtained more satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction out of a theater In the same
length of time.
A full house greeted Frieda Hempel,
an operatic singer, accompanied by
Mr. Conrad Bos on the piano, ana Mr.
Louis P. Fritze with 'the flute, last
night. Miss Hempel is a very fair
singer, pulchritudinally as well as
vocally, and most of her, songs gave
the audience great pleasure. Her
voice is excellent, both In latitude and
longitude, but it was noted the morel
simple and homelike the song, the
better she sang.
Miss Hempel, in addition to her
regular program, sang "Dixie," and,
at the close, "Home, Sweet Home."
She didn't do very well with "Dixie";
she sang it so fast that she scraped
She sang "Home, Sweet Home" very
well, but, put in a little too much
science and not quite enough home.
Otherwise .her performance was flaw flawless.
less. flawless. -: -V
. Messrs. Bos and Fritze are artists
with their instruments and Ocala
would be glad to hear the entire ag
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star, January 28, 1902)
W. H. Clark and son returned this
afternoon from Orange Springs
where they have
been fishing and
hunting. They had a fine string of
black bass and a dozen ducks strung
on a pole, the result of yesterday's
and today s fishing and shooting.
T. D. Bryan, the popular stenogra
pher at Mclver & MacKays, has been
suffering for more than a month with
a very painful bone felon on his
Mr. Webb, the lime kiln man from
Kendrick, was in town today and told
a Star man that he had all four of his
kilns running on full time.
: Messrs. Klein & Campbell, the
hustling merchants in the Gary block
are busy enlarging their store and
making more room for their increas
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star January 28, 1912)
Speaker Champ Clark in a public
statement yesterday declared that he
was a candidate for the presidentia
nomination, "standing on his. own feet.
without leaning on any other candi
- Mr. Joseph Malever has bought the
Globe from Mr. B. Goldman. The
store will not be closed but an invoice
of the stock will be taken in a few
The Stai- is pleased to report that
Mr. M cus Frank will remain in
Ocala ant not move, to New York-as
reported. The trade between Mr-
Frank -and Mr. Malever has been de
dared off. Mr." Frank has forfeited
to Mr. Malever the $1000 that each
agreed to forfeit to the other in case
either wished to back out of the trade.
Miss Rhoda Liddon of Ocala, says
the Gainesville Sun, will arrive today
and will remain some time as the
guest of Mrs. W. L. Denham.
Mr. S. S. Savage of Yalaha was
greeting his Ocala friends today. :.
Mr.: H. M. Hampton left today for
Atlanta, where' he will be all' week on
business before the United States
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fausett and lit little
tle little daughter .Violet, made a visit to
their Eastlake cottage yesterday.
OCALA VS. JACKSONVILLE IN
BASKETBALL THIS EVENING
. The speedy local Concordia school
basketball sextet will journey to
Ocala for a cage tilt with the high
school girls of that city Saturday
night. Coach Clevic Cullum has been
pointing her team for" this engage
ment and is confident the Concordia
athletes will live up to her hopes in
The. Ocala high school sextet has
been hitting some hard opponents
lately but taken all in all they have
made a most creditable showing and
the Concordia clan is figuring on a
gruelling battled V ;
Coach Cullum has selected :the fol following
lowing following from her squad to make the
Ocala trip: Helen Wilcox and Nancy
Stewart, forwards; Lida Warfield,
jumping center; Beth Baldwin, side
center; Nadine Mueller and Katherine
Guller, guards; Katherine Holden and
Dorris Hilyer, substitutes.
Miss Hazel Jones will accompany
?P the ; Ocala
trip as the' referee. 5
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
. DR. WEIGLE
;,Dr.4p. F. Weigle will begin a series of
church tomorrow morning, Jan. 29th.
of the music.
TRAMMELL'S FIGHT FOR
BETTER FREIGHT RATES
A special from Washington says:
Itfless than two "weeks, results follow
Senator Park Trammell's open fight
in the Senate in the interest of a
freight rate reduction on lumber from
southern territory.. On January 5thj
Senator Trammell introduced his bill
requiring that members of the Inter
state Commerce Commission shall-be
appointed from different geographical
sections of the country. It is believed
that the introduction of his bill and
the speech he made, at the time in the
Senate, when he attacked the com commission
mission commission for lack of sympathetic inter
est in considering the hardships im imposed
posed imposed by high freight rates in terri terri-tories'far
tories'far terri-tories'far removed from the localities
from which the commissioners came,
is bringing about some results In
his speech Senator .Trammel called
especial attention to the high and dis
criminatory rates on yellow pine lum lumber
ber lumber from Florida and other southern
states. He stated that it was his in information
formation information that the railroads had
promised to make a reduction -on yel yellow
low yellow pine, and other lumber from the
southern territory in the event the
commission ordered a reduction in the
case which was pending, in which a
j-ate reduction upon hardwood lumber
ft from southern territory tfas. asked.
Senator Trammell urged that the
hardwood lumber case should be acted
upon immediately that a rate reduc reduction
tion reduction should be made and in this con connection
nection connection charged that the delay" by the
commission, and-the attitude of Com
missioner Aitchison from Oregon in
particular, was that of discrimination
against the lumber industry -of Flor Florida
ida Florida and all southern territory. With Within
in Within a few days after Senator Trammell
introduced his bill and' made his
speech in the Senate the commission
rescinded its decision made in Decern
ber to postpone action on the hard
wood lumber case until the general
rate investigation had been concluded
and took the case up for consideration.
On the 16th the commission by a vote
of six "to five ordered a rate reduction
on hardwood lumber from southern
territory. This rate reduction having
been made in the hardwood case, Sen
ator Trammell says if the railroads
make good their promise, the rates on
yellow pine and other lumber which is
extensively manufactured in Florida
and certain other southern states
should soon follow."
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
. The inspirational meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church, will be held Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at three o'clock at the church.
The secretary of the assembly's home
missions, who has charge of this
meeting, has prepared a most interest interesting
ing interesting program, with special music. Mrs.
Nicholas Barco, of Gainesville, presi president
dent president of the Suwanee Presbyterian,
will address the auxiliary. All mem members
bers members and friends of the churchy are
most cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Secretary.
On Saturday and. Monday we will
sell 17 pounds of sugar for ONE
DOLLAR, with a purchase of other
groceries, amounting to $1.00 or over.
27-2t U-SERVE STORES.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR i i
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
In Court of County Judge, Manon
County, State of Florida.
In re. Estate of Jennie J
Notice is hereby given, to all whom
it may concern, that on the 13th day
of March, A. D. 1922, I shall apply to
the Honorable L. E. Futch, judge of
said court, as judge of probate, for
my final discharge as administrator of
the estate of Jennie F. Allen, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, and that at the same time I will
present to said court my final accounts
as administrator of said estate, and
ask for their approval, V- -.-V;
Dated January 14th. II.
S. H. Gaitsldll.
Administrator of the Estate of Jennie
F. Allen, Deceased. 1-14-Sat9t
"' -. i
' - .1
meetings at the Methodist
Prof C. P. Curry will be in charge
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rey. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. -11
a. m. Morning worship. Ser
mon, "Common vs. Uncommon Chris
6:30 p. m. Quarterly meeting of
the Ocala Triangle Union at this
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Sub
ject of sermon, "Taking a Big Risk
With Your Soul."
"Better come to church."
John J.' Neighbour, Rector
Fourth Sunday After Epiphany
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "Christ's Disciples In Indeed."
deed." Indeed." 7:30 p. m. Choral evensong with
address by the rector on "What Jesus
Taught About the Enjoyment of Life."
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a, m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Gaining the Divine Pleasure by
, 0:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Rev.
A. R. Bird, pastor of the Church of
the Pilgrim", Washington, D. C, will
occupy the pulpit.
7:30 p. m. Prayer meetirtg (Wed (Wednesday
nesday (Wednesday evening).
We extend a cordial invitation to
all, especially visitors, to attend these
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
; 9:45 a. ju. Bible school.
11 a. m. Communion service fol followed
lowed followed by sermon by pastor.
6:30, p. m. Christian Endeavor.
. 7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Wednesday evening at 7:30, every everyone
one everyone present with lesson evangelism.
-. Sunday, Jan. 2$th, is the day set,
throughout the whole brotherhood, for
every member of the church and fam family,
ily, family, to be present at Bible schoo and
church services. Make the effort to
come. You' be happier and blessed in
Rev.'R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass Sunday, Jan. 29th, at 9 a. m.
Mass on week days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening devotions at 7:301
Confessions on Thursday, Feb. 2nd,
from 5 to 6 p. m. and from 7 tq 8 p. m.
First Friday evening devotions at
m Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p.. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject
of the 'lesson-sermon, "Love."
.:- Wednesday evening meeting 9 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily ex?bpt Sundays.
This is a Studebaker year
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
OTICK OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice is herety given, that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned special master, appointed (by
decree of the circuit court. Marlon
county. Florida, in chancery, of date
January etn. 1322. in a certain cause
wherein J. C. Johnson Is complain ant,
and R. S. Rogers is defendant. I will on
Monday, February 6th. 1922,
offer for sale during- legal hours of aale
in front of the south door of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county court house, in Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and sell to the highest and best
hl-ider for cash, the following described
personal property, to-wit:
One Cole Aero Eight. Sportster
type, automobile, motor number
Sid automobile to be sold to satisfy
said final decree and costs.
IX KIEL, FERGUSON.
- : Special Master.
L W. DUVAL
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-7-Sat
Our Farmer Friends:
Mimfbe & WhdnlAtbts'!MiM6hal Bank
' MONEY TALKS SO LISTEN
Lot One MEWS SUITS
These are three-piece suits, good patterns, medium U and
winter weights, formerly sold from $30.00 to $42.50
s Lot Two MEN'S SUITS
These are the very newest Fall and Winter fabrics and
styles, especially suited for young.men ofood taste. Kup Kup-penheimer
penheimer Kup-penheimer and Michaels-Stern makes. Come, see and de-
. cide for yourself. t
Tho moot delicious
Busy Public Official Say Thed Thed-ford
ford Thed-ford Black-Dranglii Helps Una
Keep Physically Rt
Clay City, Ky. "I have been to
uuwness nere ror twenty-one years;.
aiso coroner, nmng tne Kentucry
hills and hollow in all kinds of
veather and under all kinds of con con-tfitiona,7
tfitiona,7 con-tfitiona,7 says itr. Sam.T. Carr, of this
place. "To be able to do so. I ipuat
'eep physically fit, and Thedford's f
"These-trips used to give me head-"
aches, and that. I found. came from
harried meals or from constlpaUon. '
"I was xnrinced that Black-Draueh't
as good, so now I use it, abd it gives
erf ect satisfaction. It acts on the f
Iver. relieves icdieestlon. and rertAln-!
y Is splendid. I am never withont it"
When yon have a feeling of discom-
ort after meals, causing a bloating
en Ration; headache, bad breath, and
dmllar common symptoms, try taking
pinch of Black'-Draught after meals
pinch of the dry powder, washed
Jown with a swallow of water. This
has been found to assist the stomach
ind liver to carry on their normal
work, and helps prevent, or relieve
:-onstipation.:. ; .;.,!..- :
Your druggist can supply 'you' with
this well-known, purely-vegetable liver
medicine. Insist upon Thedford's. fhj
original and only genuine Black Black-Drancht
Drancht Black-Drancht Mver medi:Ine. : XC-137ft
As the Fall Season is drawing to a close and new
plans and arrangemencs are being made for the
coming year, we invite you to place your account
in our harfrj. ...
None of us can intelligently prophesy as to what
the coming year holds in store, but a friendly
connection with a strong bank is the best securi security
ty security a gainst the uncertainties of ; the future.
crJ taiall:S hffi3v
ah mm fibj)
FOR 1922 "SEASON AT REDUCED PRICES
We will in a few days receive, all kinds of Cotton Seed. We
have. spared no expense in our investigation as to the kind of
seed most immune from the boll weevil for this section. Our
government recommends the COLUMBIA, which is a long staple.
Price per bushel, $4.00. Select Sea Island Sosnowski, two years
. from island, per bushel, $4.00; more than two years from island,
$3.50; Select Uplands at $2.75. Place your orders early as we
can secure only a limited quantity.
- IRISH POTATO SEED Red Bliss, per 150-lb. sack, $6-90;
;SpauIding Rosei $5.75; Irish Cobblers, $5.75.
0CAIA! EXCHANGED' HIDE 'CO.
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
and gardetj seed
OCALA ETOOG STAfi. SATUfeDAY. iAJiUASY 23, 152
Welcome: TOURISTS,- Welcome1
In, the Heart of Marion County to OCALA In. the Heart of Florida
JOIN THE HOME LOYALTY PROCESSION LED BY
. OCALA'S PROGRESSIVE BOOSTERS
In The Public Service
-WE WELCOME YOU
BUY IN OCALA
Watch for our
to Home Builders
in this space next week
A TALK WITH OUR HOME FOLKS
,ONE of the best things that has come to Marion County in quite a while, is
the Marion County Creamery. The forward looking citizens who enterprised and
put through this business deserve the thanks and co-opera tiOn of every citizen of
the county. 0
The Creamery means better dairy cattle, better butter, cleaner milk and the
keeping at home of the moneys that formerly went to other states and communities.
The Commercial Bank has. but one fundamental purpose, to broaden and ex extend
tend extend its usefulness to agriculture, commerce and industry, to serve Marion County
THE COMMERCAL BANK
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
Accepts the challenge of Loyalty and Co-operation and with a resolute heart is' in. the
- fight for a Greater Ocala and Marion County
& safe and sanitary place to secure your Milk, Butter, Ice Cream
and Dairy Products .
CLARKSON HARDWARE COMPANY
GENERAL LINE OF
Hardware, Building Supplies, Roofing, Steam Valves and Pipe Fittings
"Wagons and Farm Implements, Gasoline Engines, Cream Separators
Meadows Grist Mills
OCALA ICE & PACKIIIG CO.
Pure Ice made of Distilled Water
Curing and Cold Storage of Meats
. Phone 34
BUY IN OCALA
SEIIIiEFF & WILLARD.
Studebaker Service Our Specialty
Only experienced machinist
At Bridges Motor Company Garage
OCALA THE CITY BEAUTIFUL FOREVER
E.' T. HELVENSTON Keep the
Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Hats, CRESCENT MARKET
Gents Furnishing's on your mind
"A Store of Distinction It meets the need for Meats
Quality Made It" Quality and Service
BE LOYAL BUY IN OCALA
Looking For Real Estate Parker & Guynn
That's My Business' OPAT A
A specialty of handling large
timber tracts Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes
cii On or Addre.. and Gents Furnishigs
S. S. SAVAGE Jr. Ladies Ready-to-Wear
Ocala, V Florida The Peoples Store"
- fc .-.J
OCALA THE CITY BEAUTIFUL FOREVER
CRESCENT GROCERY CO.
r..L- Free .Delivery
This is a "We Serve Store"
Lowest Prices, Best Quality
BUY IN OCALA
M. S. SAW AYA
Fresh Meats. Staple and Fancy
l: 302 North Magnolia St.
Once a customer always a customer
A CaLL WILL BE APPRECIATED
THE COURT PHARMACY
1 The Drug Store on the Square
This is a department store of
druggist sundries, candies and
soft drinks. Proprietary remedies
Personal Attention Given to
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
Modernly Equipped. High Grade Work
Prompt Service. Ordorless Dry Cleaning
Phone 101 Ocala, Florida
IN SEARCH OF THE HEART OF FLORIDA
My intended pleasantry had returned to absorb my keen keenest
est keenest interest and arouse my curiosity. I immediately cross crossed
ed crossed the street and related fully what had occurred. He
glanced jto see who had directed me, and seeing no one, he
said, dryly: "You've had a dream, that's all; you ought to
wake up once in a while."
"Get awake! I never was more awake in my life than
just at this time and if that was a dream I hope to have
another nap so that I may dream it again. One thing is
certain, that in searching for the heart of Florida I have
certainly lost my own."
. "Who was she?"
"I did not get her name and I only know she was a petite,
beautiful woman, beautifully dressed and had on her arm a
basket filled with a whole lot of artistic things. Her hat
was very becoming to her and showed the work of the
artist in every detail. She must have bought all of the
artistic things in this shop for a grea deal of that kind, of
work is sent there to be sold. This is the Affleck Millinery
Parlo and receives wonderful patronage and I am sure
she must have bought the hat here. This shop is the shop
so generally known as the place just five seconds from
the high rent district and this fact is reflected in the
goods bought here." '
"If you wiH go inside probably Mrs. Ellis, the manager
of the store can tell you who she was."
Personal friendship has never been priced and we would
in no wise leave the impression that it is used for business
in Ocala but that it adorns the cit as one of its chje
charms anad is guarded with zealous care.
The Ocala people seem to possess a mutual rejoicing
that they are OCALA people and love to speak of the re resources
sources resources of the city and county that backs it up.
It is not unusual that the charm of culture is found on
the streets of the city as the following incident will relate
and around which a story is woven.
I had just had a delicious luncheon at the Harrington
Hall restaurant and was on my way back to my hotel, the
Ocala House, when I met a young lady on the corner and
having previously heard her expressions about the charms
of Ocala to an elderly lady who was in the "restaurant
with her, and in response to friendly recognition from her
said: "I am looking for the heart of Florida, can you
With ready wit and snappy gesture she said, "Certainly.
There it is right over there, across the street."
"In that pretty show window just next to the Board of
Trade?" I replied.
"No; no. That young man; his name is Will. He has it.
It's a safe guess that if you are looking for any one in
Ocala in the business district if you will watch the entrance'
of the COURT PHARMACY you will not very long be dis-'
appointed, so I crossed the street and bought a supply of
cigars as I waited for the mystery lady to come in. Finally
I ventured to ask the lady clerk and she informed me that
she had been there and as usual had her favorite cream
and had left" just before I came in.
The following morning about 10 o'clock it waseasy to
guess where I went. I was chatting with Mr. H. W. Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, the manager of the company. He told me that he had
been in Ocala for twenty years and that it had always
been his ambition to build a drug business second to none
in Central Floridal His efforts have been rewarded for
the store has handsome fixtures and a very complete stock
of druggist's sundries and is really a druggist's depart department
ment department store, for each department is complete with all kinds
if drugs and kindred supplies.
On leaving the store a lady seated in a REO beckoned to
me and said: "Sir, we have only recently moved-to Ocala"
and would yoa be so kind as to direct us where to. shop?1
"Certainly," I replied, "shall I join you now?"
"If you please, and you could direct the driver better if
you were on the front seat by him, and then, too, we will
have the car loaded with packages by the time we are
through." (Continued Next Week).
Overland and Willis Knight
Pennsylvania Vacum Cup Tires,
Exide Storage Batteries
R. H. Todd Lumber Co.
2 "Blocks North of Union Station
Sash, Doors, Screens, Lime
"EVERYTHING TO BUILD
111 E. BROADWAY
5 Seconds Front the High Rent District
BUY IN OCALA
HARRINGTON HALL HOTEL p
and RESTAURANT SERVICE :
Home Comforts, Exqusite
Cooking of Choice Things Ij
OCALA THE CITY BEAUTIFUL FOREVER
PLUMBING, HEATING AND ELECTRICAL
Supplies of All Kinds
H. S; MLNSHALL
Phoue419 14 W. Fort King Ave:-
TRADE AT HOME
EVER-READY STORAGE BATTERIES
All makes of batteries repaired recharged
and rebuilt ;
Best Bread in the World
By FANNIE HURST
- He could see her shoulders hear hear-In.
A -a week ago todaj Lee, he he-he
he he-he last Monday, I
A flash of understanding shocked
him halfway to his feet and his hand
shot to his hat refiexly.
"Blinked 1 Aw, now whatta whatta
you know about that? Ain't I th
dub? Sure, Lo, we never heard.
Blinked I Aw Aw, Lol Poor guy I
Poor guy V
He was strangely Inarticulate and
the sat for a moment in a lead lead-heavy
heavy lead-heavy silence.
Presently she raised her tear
"He was game through -up -up to
the end, Lee. It It came so sudden
like I he never let us know but ho
must have known he knew all the
time but but he never let outa
complaint or let us know he knew.
He was the real stuff, Lee, if-r-if ever
a fellow was. He was He was !"
He twirled his haU
"He was was the real thing, Leo,
"You was, too, klddo. Nobody can
say you didn't stick.' And it wasn't N
your fault, neither. Al was always a
great one for keeping his own props
and the next day Ed found there was
a screw gone from his spring-board.
It wasn't your fault; tho gang all
Her tears welled afreshL
"No, no, no. He was always saving
that, too. But you can't tell me noth-
lng about that. Nobody can. Nobody
"It was a grand thing you done, Lo.
You ougbtta seen the space we got
about it We had a headline in. every
town this side of Oklahoma City. Itll
b. good press stuff for the future, Lo.
Sticking to a guy like that when
when he was nailed, and marrying
him In a hospital. Some press stuff
"It's just like Bea says about him,
he he was too good for1 for h
was too good to live."
Naw, naw, quit crying, Lo. Cry Crying
ing Crying ain't going to help. Brineys never
salted down anybody's troubles."
She dried her eyes.
"Alnt I the silly? Only,, when I
get started about him and what ho
was ,and all I I just can't keep em
"We can't Bake all the Bread
t? J-. i.. r-i 4.u TJt?e'r f
OM' STEAL! LAUWY
High Grade Work
"Blinked! Aw, Now,4 Whatta Whatta
You Know About That!" :.
back. Iemme get fou some cider, Lee.
Ben sent us up the" press and We
made It rigrht here ourselves. Lemme
get; you some."
"No, I gotta make a dash for the
opry-house. We potta ring up prompt
we wanna make the 'leven-seven
'."How'i the girls and all of them.
Lee? .Gee, ain't we gat here winter
night alter winter 'night and talked
about you all! We used to follow the
route list snowy evenings and laff and
laff thinking about the girls .kicking
and nagging among themselves about
the hotels and tanks.-" V
"That gang would kick in a canoe.'
I nearly canned them all In Lawrence Lawrence-vllle,
vllle, Lawrence-vllle, Kansas. We close in Sedalla
next Satu.-day, and there ain't ten of
them would get another job out of m
with a pair of pinchers. Mack's meet meeting
ing meeting me In Trenton and then I Uk
back to the big' town with him.".
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,
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, & cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
Cify Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
The officers of Ocala Chapter No.
29, O. E. S., are requested to meet at
the hall on Tuesday at 3 o'clock p. ,m.
for rehearsal. v
Susan Cook, Secretary.
Complete line of watches for every everybody
body everybody at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
Harrington Hall block. 5-tf
EAT AT TEE MAXfNE
On Saturday and Monday we will
Best meals in the city for 50 cents, j seU I7 pounds of sugar for ONE
Twenty-one meal ticket for J7. Phone DOLLAR,, with a purchase of. other
260, 310 N. Main Street
W. K. JLane, M. D physician anH
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
This is a Studebaker year.
groceries amounting to $1.00 or over.
27-2t U-SERVE STORES.
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
This is a Studebaker year.
You can always find a complete line
of sterling silver table cutlers at Sam
T. Wilson's jewelry ttora ia tba Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall blocks. -tf
Take your' watch. and jewelry. re repair
pair repair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. B-tt
Day Dream Toilet .Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone SL tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar..
Our repair work b guaranteed sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler, tf
Free service ear at the Oea2aTire
& Vulcanizing Company. if
Phone ICS and' get the best meat
and the qmckest delivery service in
town.- Haia Street Usrkat. 4-tf ;
- BAUD WARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT,
You can get the famous Day Drears
Cold Cream only at tha Court Kiarrl-
acyv rwsB 234, 4
S'OUfib AND PR6RfSSIVE"
. Mr. Marcus
Frank spent tody in
Business methrds in the bankVmanagement, thd active participation and
cooperation of well known business men in the conduct of its affairs, prompt
and courteous attention to the wante f customers and a desire to satisfy them
These things account for our steady growth. ?
Won't you let us enlist you as a customer?! j? f
'THE FASHION CENTER"
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if vou11 call phone 108. Main Street
THE LAST DAYS OF OUR GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALES
DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
1 1 . - - .... w
. .... . ". :
Miss Elizabeth Burton of Leesburg
is the guest of Miss Meme Davis. H
and poulary. Main
Phone 108. 4-tf
' All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson'a
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
bloek, 6-tf 1
Mr. Phil Robinson of Inverness was
a business visitor in Ocala yesterday,
Guaranteed vulcanizine at Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. .. 3-tf
Baked beans and
brown bread at
Mr. Arthur Leavengood returned to
his home in Cocoanut Grove yesterday
ftr a visit with his mother. Mrs. A.
J. Leavengood, in Ocala.
Baked beans and brown bread Sat
urday at Carter's Bakery. "2t
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanixing Com
pany sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Jones, who have spent the
the week in St. Augustine, with Mrs.
Hill," are expected home today.
The friends of Miss Lillian Melin
will be sorry to hear that she con
tinues quite sick at the home ofMrs,
R. J. Perkins
Free air and a ma nto put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Baked beans and
brown bread at
The Eight O'Clock -Dancing Cljjb
will hold its bi-monthly dance tonight
at the Woman's Club house. Hartzell's
orchestra from Orlando will furnish
the music. ......
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market,
Phone 158. tf
If. you're not eating FEDERAL
bread, try it once, and well stand by
your judgment. Federal Bakery." 23"-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin have as
their guest, Mr. Akin's father who
was here some time ago, but has re
cently been visiting his daughter in
"Just like home made cakes," is
what the housewife says about our
cakes. Federal Bakery.
. Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar..
Mr. Clarence Camp and daughter,
Miss Stella Camp returned yesterday
from Jacksonville, where Miss Camp
went especially to consult a throat
specialist. They were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Fitch on Riverside..
Get "Honey Boy" cakes for the
children. Most healthful cakes made
Pure honey is the 'sweetening used.
Federal Bakery. 23-tf
The Star office was treated yester
day to a fresh pork ham by Mr. A. F,
Parry, one of Marion county's success
ful farmers operating' in the Sparr
section. MrJParry is killing some of
his choice porkers this week and ex expects
pects expects to put about 800 pounds on cold
storage in a few days. He is amnog
those who believe in "living at home
and boarding at the same place," aslis
shown by his thrift in preserving all
kinds of food stuffs while in season.
V1", 80, PER CENT OF ALL
77 to eyestrain
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
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Union Station Cafe t
Best Dinner in Florida for
0 Y ST ER S
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
" P H O N E 2 43
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
4. SERVICE -f- TRY
PHONE 71 1 J
. Simmons' GARAGE
WANTED Three energetic men. A
splendid opportunity for one who is
anxious to make money. Experi Experience
ence Experience unnecessary. Call to see me.
Florida House, Boom 14. G. A.
WANTED Woman -: to do general
house work at once. Apply No. 230
Dougherty St., or Anthony' road. 3t
WANTED Married couple with auto
to ocupy furnished rooms, in ex exchange
change exchange for repair work. Mrs. Jame Jame-.
. Jame-. son, Silver Springs. References ex exchanged..
changed.. exchanged.. 26-3t
WANTED-rA teacher to give lessons
on cornet. Apply to No. 313 An Anthony
thony Anthony road (Dougherty St.) .Ocala,
Pla. . , 25-3t
WANTED Salesmen and agents to
sell RUBBER-WELD. It welds rub,
; ber. Best xepair outfit for tires and
tubes and all rubber goods; retails
for $1; liberal discount to salesmen
and agents; fine side line to handle
with other goodB. C. H. Underwood,
distributor, 826 S. Willow Avenue,
Tampa, Fla. i J ,; 25-6t
WANTED Young man 22 years old
A would like to get work of any kind,
bookkeeping preferred. Good ref reference.
erence. reference. E. C. Adams, 209 Orange
Ave., Ocala, Fla. 25-3t
FOR RENT Furnished front room
with privilege of using dining room
' and kitchen, $3 a week. Phone 568,
in the evening. 25-6t'
FOR SALE Six-room house, two
blocks from postoffice.' Price $750."
S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. l2-12t
STOLEN Small boy's Yale bicycle
from the front porch at No. 18 N.
iUWatula street, (Wednesday after after-!
! after-! noon. Information .leading to Its
r recovery will be rewarded. C. H.
Rogers Ji Phone 413. 26-3t
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. i3-l.m
FOR RENT An exclusive fornished
' apartment in Lynwood Park; five
" rooms, electric lights, electric stove,
" all modern improvements; garage.
Apply to -Joe Bell or E. SaGer SaGer-.
. SaGer-. nant. 1 : 12-tf
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un un-.furnished.
.furnished. un-.furnished. Apply at No. 120 North
Sanchez street. 19-tf
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
"- for light housekeeping; close in.
Phone 116. 28-3t
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
ORANGES $1 per hundred; grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit 2 ents apiece; nice sorted
Porto Rke Ya potatoes fl.00 per
bushel; packed bex of oranges or
grapefruit, $20. W. D. Cam. 23-tf
THE ALLEN bath Outfits are the
best and cheapest. Bath room out out-fit
fit out-fit $4. Portable outfit 70; wont
" rust or corrode. The Portable has
fountain syringe and emergency
stove. Phone 197. R. C. Loveridge,
FOR SALE One of the most desir-
able residences on Fort King Ave.;
seven large rooms, one sleeping
running soft : water in afl rooms;
citjr water,;lights, gas and aU mod
ern conveniences; garage and ser servant's"
vant's" servant's" house; lot 107 ft. on Ft. King
by 220 ft. deep; corner lot; south--.
ern exposure. Address P. O. Box
598, Ocala. Fla. 25-6t
FOR SALE Few settings S.C.
White Leghorn eggs, $1.60 for 15 or
7c. each by the hundred. Mrs. J.
D. McCaskill, P. O. Box 356, Ocala,
WANTED Second hand gas range.
Must be in first class condition. Ad Address
dress Address Pf 0 Box 461, Ocala, Fla. 3t
WANTEDA position, A young lady
wishes a position in a "dentist's or
doctor's office or in any office. Can
use typewriter. Can -report for work
imediately. P. O- Box 88. 24-3t
FOR SAtl-Violih" cello," strung and
in excellent condition; good bow. An
- unusual bargain at $25. Mrs. B. G.
Cole, 402 E. Fifth street. 24-tf
LOST On highway between vWeirs-
dale and Anthony, rear gate of Ford
truck body. Finder deliver to Bla-
. lock xsros.,. ucaia, ana receive re-
wardJ- C. C. Lamb, Anthony. :; 28-tf
GUARANTEED EGGS We deliver
weekly jto :Customers ifresh eggs
guaranteed-rr-at the r retail market
price. Why buy eggs "of unknown
origin and uncertain age? A letter
or eard Will bring good ones. J. E.
' Baxter, Route A, Ocala, Pox. 73. 3t
Purity Cross Chef
Service Fo a
, Model Kitcfieii E
A full line of PURITY 3ROSS
& goods, just in:
. i JMy)
..- .CREAMED CHICKEN
LOBSTER a la Newberg
CHOP SUEY, :
, yfENNA: STYLE .SAUSAGE
DATE PUDDING, '
: DEVILED TONGUE
HAVE YOU A CHEF ON YOUR
0. K, Teapot Grocery
- PHONES 1$ AND 174
Nieedham JMotor Co.
We specialize on Ford ;and
Reo repair work
NOTICE TO LADL3S
We Jiave had such a liberal patron patronage
age patronage from the ladies of Deal during
this week that we have decided to
continue the "special prices on ladies
stmmnons for another week, in order
tn intruf ttoa nni" enrwrinr wnrlr i Hit i
many homes as possible. Only soft
MILADY'S BEAUTY PARLOR,
21-6t Hooper, ProprietOT.
HICKORY,' OAK AND PINE
WOOD, l LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. l-tf
A Big Lot
118 Fort King Avenue
I You'd be surprised
at the improvement a
Jittle care and attehipn
make in a battery.
A little water, a few
hours of recharging, a
few dollars worth of
: repair work done in
time may save you dol
I lars of expense and in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience later on.
We've treated all sorts of
hattery diseases here at
Pattery Headquarters, and
pearly al rnakes of batr
teries- It's a fixed principle
with us not tp recommen4
the purchase of a new bat
tcry unless our experience
tells us it will save you
Careful estimates made on all con contract,
tract, contract, work. Gives mpre and better
work for th6 money than any othsr
contractor in the city.
Baked beans and
40-inch Crepe.de Chine
good colors and odd lot
Dress Silks, sold for
merly up to $3.50 the
yard, for the closing
days of sale
Amor Plate fine Silk
Ladies Hose, black.
white and brown, spec-
White and Black Kid Kid-Gloves.also
Gloves.also Kid-Gloves.also a few Suede
values from $1.95 to
$3.95to close out
27-inch Outing, all col colors,
ors, colors, stripes and plaids
8 yards for
fast color Ginghams,
va'ues to $2.98
Plain colored Voiles,
regular price, 75c a yd.
2 yards for
Lot all wool Lad ies'and
C h.i 1 dren's Sv eaters,
varile to $8.50, to clean
Hemstitched Guest tow
els, linen finish,35c val-
ue, 4 for ......
424nch-all wool Scotch
Plaids, ?1.75 value, yd.'
All wool Storm Serge,
special, per yard
Pains in Heart, Cbt, Shoulder.
Angina Pactoriarliffieait preath, Smother?
ing. Dizzy, Fainting Spells, Propaieaf
isga. Albumen and Sugar, hare beenr peralUz
ntljr relieved within 72 how tm 2
fpitkoat Pru0t and Mfcjidmm. in thonaanda
pf eases, by The Walden Method. WZ f
affrers of Heart Trouble, Cardiaa AatJun,
Angln. J!lood Pressure, Tbreatened Paralysia,
Hardened Arteries and Kidney Complaints
fcavenoorganie trouble and can be psmnptly
and permanently relieved by The WsJden
Method, without 'drags. Writ for S page
book, copyrighted, explaining the Nature.
Causes and Permanent Relief of these com complaints,
plaints, complaints, without drags. Scientific Consultation
Chart, References, etc-, which will be sent to
sufferers Free, upon receipt of a statement of
toeircase. Address: The Walden Institute,
SoitsrCrT. Plynwoth BUg New Haves. Conn.
If yonll try the popular Day Dream,
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, youllr use no other. 4-tf
Our saasage is always fresh ts'fj
make it up daily. Main Street Hair Hairiest.
iest. Hairiest. Pbona ICS. -tfi
AH colors Beach Cloths
suitable f or Dresses,
Skirts. Fine quality,
sold formerly 75c and
85c yard, 2 yards for
Percale and Cambrics,
light and dark colors,
29c yard value, Satur-.
day, Monday and Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, 5 yards for
One lot dress Ginghams
27 inches wide,, 6 yds.
Crepes, regular pnee
$1.95 yard, per yard
"Ma line L.aaies anj
Misses Ribbed Union
Suits, values to .$2.25.
at I 1-
36-inch finest quality
Bleachings and .Cam .Cambrics,
brics, .Cambrics, 6 yards for
Inlported Voilesj and
sigi sf a great value, 2
Mattress Ticking,6 yds.
' for, : i
One lot Flowered Voiles
39-cent value, 5 d?. for
18-36 Huck Towi-ls, red
and plain border, 6 for
"THE FASHION CENTER"
" Marion County Post' No. VI, of the
American Legion, determined at; its
meeting en-Wednesday, Jan. 4. 1922, to
include oh the tablet to be erected in
the column at the commencement pf the
Victory Way, the names of aU those
Marion county men who were In the
service of the United States in the
world war prior to November H HI',
and jvho have died or may die op until
the time of the completion of the pub
lication oi inis riuici;.
It was' further determined by the
post at its meeting that he list of
names .which the post now has be pub published
lished published for eight consecutive weeks in
both papers published In Ocala. and
that the general public fee requested to
assist the legion In its efforts to make
the list complete.-and to hay b
names of all of the men who were ia
the service prior to November 11. ISIS,
and who have died since pn the .memo .memorial
rial .memorial tablet.
The following is the list pf names
now In t6e ban$9 of the committee:
A LF1E BROOKS.
WILET H. BUHFORP.
JOHN W. CLAYTON.
THOMAS 8. CUYTOK.
FRED H. DA Via.
JAMES E. LE1TNER. ,
JOHN W. BELU
- GILBERT J. PROCTOR.
GEORGE L. MacKAY.
HOMER RODOERS. ..
: ARTHl'R MADDEN.
FRANK C. 8MEDLET.
PRESTON H. WBATHEBBEE.
ARTHUR E. THOMPSON.
JAMES C. REYNOLXrS. r
VIRGIt. J. RANDA14
MARION YOUNa I- .
ERNEST CO LB T? j
The post is satisfied thai' Were are
many other names which should be
renresented Hn this list and reQuests
every person In Ma. -ion county to .fur .furnish
nish .furnish the postadjatant, K. I Van: Oaten.
Ocala. Florida, with sufficient informa information
tion information to' enable him. or members of tBe
committee on memo Ma tablets, to de
term In e rhether the' fsavawaos ass
-k ; -vejjr "j ,J;jw ..
Imported Checks, Ging Ginghams
hams Ginghams and Plaids, brand
new goods "for 1922
Spring season; also Tis Tissue
sue Tissue Ginghams; regular
price 90c a. yard, two
?; yards for
36inch Outing, heavy
quality, 6 yards for i
.27-inch Toile Du Nord
also 32-inch Kalburui
DrcssGinghsn s. pretty
patterns, regular price
35c a yard, 4 yards
Jarge and heavy qua Ik
rty Turkish Bath "Tow "Towels,
els, "Towels, 59c value, 3 for
and Gowns, also
Columbia Scotch Sweat
er Yarns, regular 50c
1 hanks, 3 for
: $i.oo t :z
One lot Winter Hats
values to $750, at
$1.50 value, yard
9-4 EUeaohed Pepperell
Sheeting, 2 ards for
36-inch Cotton Serge, 3
Is sent in is elilgble to be included'
among- those placed on the tablet. The
list -will toe finally closed In ten welt a:
on the 18th day of March. 1932. and the
tablets will be ordered made up in ac
cordance with the information then in
the hands of the coirraittee on mem
orial tablets. p
The nost wil do ererfthlns- in lt
power to make complete' the Jist pi
names 'which will be engraved On tb
tablets prior to that time, but it fa nec;
essary to ask the assistance of every
person in the county. In order that we
may he sure that no man who Is elig eligible
ible eligible to b represented -on the tablet has
Please send any information that
yon may nave regarding!
t. Home address.
3. Information concerning service in
the Cnitpd States army prior to No? No?-11.
11. No?-11. 1lg. ; r
4. I'laee of JourlaL
'5. Approximate date of death.
To Mr R. L VAN OSTEN. Adjutant,
Marion County Post, pf the American
i-e-xion. Ocala, Florida.
If you haye not all of the informs'
tion mentioned, send what ypu have,
and -ive the post the assistance that
it requires in making complete the me memorial
morial memorial tablets.
Committee on Memorial Tablets, Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion County Post No. 27, American
Legion. T. M. KILGORE.
4Aw-tf ; Chairman.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. UcClane is now located
m Commercial Bank building. OSce
phone 113 two rings; residence
phne m. tt
On, 'Saturday and Monday we will
sell 17 pounds of sugar for ONE
DOLLAR, with .a purchasg of ether,
groceries amounting to 1 1. CO, or oyer.
27-2t ': u-srnvs stokes.
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