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VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922 NUMBER 29
1 f i t
WINS THE PRIZES
Marion County Oranges are One, Two
Three at the South Flor Florida
ida Florida Fair
The Star this afternoon received a (Associated Press)
telegram from Commissioner J. W. j Washington, Feb. 3. The soldiers'
Davis, in charge of the Marion county honus legislation will carry a provis provis-exhibit
exhibit provis-exhibit at the South Florida Fair, an- 1 jf)n for raising the necessary revenue
nouncing that the Crosby & Wart-; to finance it, Chairman Fordney, of
mann famous pineapple oranges had
won first, second and third prizes. The
Tampa, Feb. 3. Advise Crosby &
Wartmann their pineapple oranges
won first, second and third.
J. W. Davis.
This only goes to prove what Mar Marion
ion Marion county has always claimed, viz:
That this is the natural home of the
orange, as it was on Orange Lake at
Citra in the northern part of this
county that the immense natural
groves existed long before citrus
fruits were looked upon as a commer commercial
cial commercial commodity.
The grove upon which the famous
pineapple orange has been brought to
its present state of perfection by
Messrs. J. W. Crosby and E. L. Wart Wartmann
mann Wartmann is one of those natural ones at
Citra and known in former years as
the Harris-Bishop grove.
While many growers have been
satisfied to plod along in the same old
rut, grow and ship their fruit in a hap haphazard
hazard haphazard manner, and get what they
could out of it, being satisfied with
the results, these gentlemen have al always
ways always worked toward making it a bet better
ter better business. They have never tired
for a moment in their efforts to pro produce
duce produce a superior orange, and the con constant
stant constant pulling down of prizes wherever
the pineapple was put into competi competition
tion competition with others proves that they have
succeeded in their efforts.
OCEAN RACES BETWEEN
MIAMI AND PALM BEAC H
Miami, Feb. 3. Four ocean races
for express cruisers and a series of
speedboat contests that will include
the Fisher-Allison and the Wood Wood-Fisher
Fisher Wood-Fisher events will be decided at Mi Miami's
ami's Miami's annual mid-winter regatta to
begin here Feb. 13 and conclude March
The first express cruiser contest is
set for Feb. 18. when the craft will
race from Miami to Palm Beach and
return. On Feb. 21, they will compete
in the dash from Miami to Havana
From Havana to Key West is the
course laid out for Feb. 25, and on the
following day they will speed over the
route from Key West to Miami.
The Fisher-Allison trophy event for
runabouts equipped with marine mo motors
tors motors having a maximum piston dis displacement
placement displacement of 3000 cubic inches will be
run in three 50-mile heats, March 2,
3 and 4. The first two heats will be
run over the Biscayne Bay course, two
miles to the lap. The final heat is to
be run over the ocean course.
Three 50-mile heats for the Wood Wood-Fisher
Fisher Wood-Fisher trophy are scheduled for March
7, 8 and 9, over the Flamingo course
in Biscayne Bay. The event is re restricted
stricted restricted to displacement craft with a
maximum piston displacement of 2250
cubic inches and not less than 32 feet
In addition to these feature events
there will be a free-for-all runabout
race on March 3; an express cruiser
race March 4, over the 20-mile ocean
course and a handicap race for cruis cruisers
ers cruisers of all types to be run in three ten ten-mile
mile ten-mile heats over the Flamingo course,
March 7, 8 and 9.
Governor Alex J. Groesbeck, of
Michigan, Edsel B. Ford, of Detroit,
and O. J. Mulford, also of Detroit, are
among the judges, while the events
will be under the direct supervision
of Commodore A. A. Schantz, chair chairman
man chairman of the Detroit Gold Cup Harms Harms-worth
worth Harms-worth trophy committee.
Calvary, Jan. 31. We are having
beautiful weather now after the cold
wave and rain, and the farmers are
verv busy preparing their land for
It is reported that Mr. Whaley has
rented the place known as the Vogt
olace and expects to come back to this
community to live soon. He lived on
the L. L. Home place about one year
ago and then moved to Madison. We
all welcome these good people back.
Mr. Hubert Miller of Martel was
visiting his sister and brother-in-law-
Mr. George Spencer and wife and
baby were in Calvary today.
We hear Mrs. Peacock and Miss
Alice will soon be back to Marion and
we all welcome them. Mrs. Peacock
has property known as the Gardner
place, where she lived awhile. They
are from Georgia.
This is a Studebaker year.
Means to Raise the Money with Which I
To Pay a Bonus to the Ex Ex-Service
Service Ex-Service Men
the House ways .and means committee
announced today after a conference
with President Harding. Arguments
for and against a tax on beer as a
means of raising funds for the bonus
were heard today by the committee
and at their conclusion members of
the committee indicated such a tax
was not to be considered.
PLENARY SESSION TOMORROW
A pic-0i.ry session of the arms con conference
ference conference has been called for 10:30 to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. ANOTHER MISTRIAL
( Associated Press
San Francisco, Feb. 3. The fate of
Arbuckle is still in the hands of the
jury which took the case Wednesday
Later The Arbuckle jury has dis disagreed
agreed disagreed and been discharged.
SALT WATER FISHERIES
IN SERIOUS DANGER
New York, Feb. 3. The salt water
fisheries of this country are menaced
by the present practices of commer
cial fishermen, pollution of water and
improper spawning regulations, de
f lared John B. Burnham, a member of
the migratory fish conservation com committee,
mittee, committee, and one of the originators of
the migratory bird law.
Off the coast of Lower California,
Mr. Burnham asserted, the water is
frequently white with fish killed by
purse seiners, who cannot take them
to port for sale. He says that the
Atlantic sturtreon and salmon have
practically disappeared and added:
"Unless radical action to preserve
our fish is taken in the immediate fu future,
ture, future, this country will find itself fac
ing the problem of trying to restore a
natural resource of great importance
which already has been lost."
The migratory fish conservation
committee, an organization believing
in the necessity for federal control of
the fisheries, will soon introduce in
Congress a bill, similar to the present
migratory bird law, looking to the
general protection of fish in the wa
ters of the United States, Mr. Burn
The migratory bird law, he stated,
had proved conclusively that game
can be conserved by proper legislation
and the migratory fish conservation
committee expects little opposition to
the bill except from commercial fish fishermen
ermen fishermen and those states which derive a
revenue from such fishing without a
thought of the probable duration of
NO CHOICE MADE YET AT HOME
Rome. Feb. 3. (By the Associated
Press). Voting for the election of a
pope to succeed Pope Benedict was be begun
gun begun by the conclave of the sacred col college
lege college today. Two ballots had been
taken up to one o'clock this afternoon,
on neither of which did any cardinal
receive sufficient votes to elect.
Later No election on the third and
Turner Farm, Feb. 2. Mrs. A. W.
Wells and son Claude, went to Citra
Saturday. Mrs. Wells going for medi medical
cal medical treatment.
Mrs. M. T. Cheshine was a caller
of Mrs. J. T. Hall Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. W. W. John spent Sunday
night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1 W. M. Harper.
Mrs. B. Cheshire spent Sunday with
j h" grandmother, Mrs. L. P. John,
, Mrs- J- C- Waldrun and Mrs. F.
S Francis were visitors m Bay Lake
Mrs. D. F. Simmons and
! uaugnter uernice, oi uim, atteuueu
; unaay scnooi ounuaj uxlchiuvm,
Miss Gertrude John is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. J. T. Hall made a business
tri pto Lochloosa Monday.
EAT AT TEE MAXINE
Best meals m the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street. tf
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 108. Main Street
Our repair work is guaranteed sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler, tf
TIES UP TRAFFIC
FOR THE TEUTONS
Berlin Branch of the Railroad Union
Joined the Strikers This
Berlin, Feb. 3. (By Associated
Press). Germany's railroad strike
which has almost completely tied up
traffic since Wednesday nieht. was
more complete today when the Berlin
branch of the union joined. It was
estimated today that 77,000 engine
drivers were not striking.
AMONG THE OLDEST
SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA
Ocracoke on the North Carolina Coast
Is Devoted to Peace And
Ocracoke, N. C, Feb. 3. Although
this little town about a century and a
half ago was the rendezvous of one
of the world's most daring and fa
mous gang of crooks Edward Teach
(Bluebeard) and his band it is today
one community which the recent crime
wave has not reached. There has not
been an arrest here in more than ten
years and the crimes of robbery,
burglary, theft and murder are abso
lutely unknown to the population, iiu,
sofar as they refer to Ocracoke.
John Oneal, after holding office as
justice of the peace at Ocracoke for
eight years, resigned a year or more
ago, not having had a criminal case
during his administration. A suc-
cessor has never been elected. Mr.
Oneal, who was born at Ocracoke, says
the worst crime he can recall to have
occurred at Ocracoke in fifty years
was one of assault and battery.
There are only one or two homes
here that have locks on the doors and
the keys to those that are thus equip equipped
ped equipped are never used. Most of the
houses at Ocracoke were wholly or
partially constructed with lumber of
ships which were wrecked on the
treacherous shoals off the North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina coast. Every family here owns
its own home.
Ocracoke is at the extreme southern
end of a little island by the same
name, located about 30 miles off the
mainland of North Carolina, and is
unique in many respects. Ocracoke
Island, which is part of Hyde county,
N. C, is a little strip of land about 11
miles long, and ranges in width from
one-half to one and a half miles. The
population of the island numbers about
700, about 650 of whom live at Ocra Ocracoke.
coke. Ocracoke. Those who do not live in the
little town are members of the fam families
ilies families of coast guardsmen, who patrol
As there are no railroads, automo
biles, street cars or theaters where
motion pictures are shown, many of
the inhabitants of Ocracoke have nev never
er never seen any of these things. With the
exception of the men employed by the
United States government as coast
guardsmen and the few merchants in
the little town, all Ocracokers make
their living hunting and fishing,
Every person on Ocracoke Iseland
is a Methodist in religion. They are
divided, however, as to the sectional
branch to which they belong, about
half being members of the Methodist
Episcopal church, South, while the
others attend the northern church.
Ocracoke is one of the oldest settle settlements
ments settlements in America. The people are be believed
lieved believed by many historians to be de descendants
scendants descendants of the "Lost Colony" of Sir
Miss Rena Smith left this afternoon
for Atlanta for a stay of several days.
While there she will be the guest of
Misses Nell and Bess McCorkle, for formerly
merly formerly of this city. While in Atlanta
Miss Smith will combine business with
pleasure, selecting and buying her
spring and summer stock for the Style
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Beggs are re receiving
ceiving receiving the congratulations of their
friends on the arrival of a dainty in
fant daughter at their home last wek.
The little lady has been given the
pretty name of Dorothy Belle. Mr.
and Mrs. Beggs make their home at
the residence of Mrs. R. T. Weaver.
"Just like home made cakes," is
what the housewife says about our
cakes. Federal Bakery. 23-tf
Y'ou can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
Fresh meats and poultry. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com
pany sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf
Grand opera is almost as good as a
phonograph record after you get ac
customed to the absence of that funny
III THEIR BOOTS
Fierce Drive Will be Made by The
Government Against Lawbreak Lawbreakers
ers Lawbreakers in Florida
Washington, Feb. 3. Plans for a
concerted drive against liquor and
drug smugglers along the Florida
coast were announced today by L. G.
Nutt, acting chief of general prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition agents. A special force has been
detailed to Florida for a through
clean-up and will be in charge of Pro Prohibition
hibition Prohibition Agent Z. B. Henson, of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, Ga. Special" squads will
operate along the entire Florida coast
with Miami as headquarters. In addi addition
tion addition to the agents available in Florida
and those Mr. Hanson will take from
Georgia, a number of expert enforce enforcement
ment enforcement officers will be detailed from the
"We are going after the smugglers
with a vengeance and are determined
to get results," said Mr. Nutt.
MIAMI PEOPLE ASKED FOR IT
Miami, Feb. 3. Orders issued in
Washington for a drive against liquor
smugglers are in conformity with a
request made several weeks ago by a
delegation of local prohibition work workers,
ers, workers, headed by William Jennings Bry Bryan,
an, Bryan, who went to Washington and laid
before the authorities alleged facts as
to conditions here.
ONLY A LITTLE AHEAD
Jacksonville, Feb. 3. The Anti Anti-Saloon
Saloon Anti-Saloon League of Florida had pre prepared
pared prepared to send a huge petition to Pres
ident Harding, it was learned today.
The pastor of every church in Florida
was provided with blank petitions and
asked to have the members of his con con-gatfon
gatfon con-gatfon sign it next Sunday. The peti petitions
tions petitions were to be delivered to league
officials at the annual state meeting in
Orlando next week. The petition
would have asked the president and
prohibition commissioner to do the
identical thing ordered at Washington
AT THE WOMAN'S CLUB
The regular bi-monthly meeting of
the Woman's Club will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at the club house at 3
o'clock. Mrs. B. C. Riley, vice presi president
dent president of section four, and president of
the Twentieth Century Club, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, will address the meeting. Mrs.
John Good, chairman of civics, will be
in charge of the program.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be an executive board
meeting of the Woman's Club at the
club house tomorrow (Saturday) at
2:30 o'clock. M. M. Murphy,
NINE DEAD NEGROES
In Consequence of Explosion at Belle
Ellen Mines in Alabama
Birmingham, Ala,, Feb. 3 With all
the convicts employed in the Belle
Ellen mines in Bibb county accounted
for today, the death list of yesterday's
explosion remained at nine.
CALL ON GIOLOTTI TO
FORM A CABINET
London, Feb. 3. (By Associated
Press). The presidents of the Italian
senate and chamber of deputies have
advised King Emmanuel to ask for former
mer former Premier Giolotti to form a cab cab-iness
iness cab-iness in succession to the Bononi min ministry,
istry, ministry, says a Central News dispatch
The various types of "istic" artists
keep us continually guessing guess guessing
ing guessing whether they're shooting over our
heads or merely firing blanks.
Uncle Sam, however, isn't searching
for the opium sesame in China.
It's all right to select Hays as
movie arbiter. Landis can't handle ev ev-erythhng''
erythhng'' ev-erythhng'' Conquest, the ancient way to great greatness;
ness; greatness; now commonly used as a road
to the poorhouse.
Some husbands seem to think man
is doomed to earn his bread by the
sweat of his frau.
A realist, as we understand it, is
one who thinks of a pearl as a soft
spot on any oyster.
And if the submarine captain does
blow up a merchant ship, we suppose
the other side will win the war on a
As a rule, the effort to lift up unde undeveloped
veloped undeveloped peoples is merely a hold-up.
Public Executioners of Germany Can't
Live in Proper Style at the Pres Present
ent Present Scale of Prices
Berlin, Feb. 3. The public execu executioners
tioners executioners at Karlsruhe and Baden, fol following
lowing following the lead of their comrades at
Mannheim, have notified the ministry
of justice they will go on strike unless
their pay is increased. They declare
it impossible to behead criminals
properly at present prices.
CHICAGO TO PHILADELPHIA
Chicago, Feb. 3. Without waiting
for action on the proposed Great
Lakes-St. Lawrence deep water route
to the sea, Chicago will have regular
steamship service to Philadelphia next
summer, according to officials of the
Chicago Steamship Company. Five
ocean going steamers have been pur purchased
chased purchased to start the line. All the ships
come within the present dimensions
of the Welland canal locks, so they
can pass from the lakes to the St.
One of the vessels, the George W.
Clyde, left Philadelphia for Chicago
several weeks ago loaded with sugar,
but after being buffeted by winter
gales off the Nova Scotian coast, was
caught by ice in Lake St. Clair, above
Detroit, and is now held there waiting
for a thaw. The Clyde is able to
plough through six inch ice in the
open lakes, but the narrow St. Clair
has been jammed with thick floes.
Two other ships, purchased from
the shipping board at Seattle, are out outfitting
fitting outfitting there for the long trip via the
the Panama canal and the St. Law Lawrence.
rence. Lawrence. The same trip was made last
summer by the passenger steamer
Petroskey, formerly in the Seatle Al Alaskan
askan Alaskan service.
SOBER AN OBSOLETE
WORD IN JACKSONVILLE
Jacksonville, Feb. 3. Prohibition
has rendered obsolete the word
"sober," according to the city council
here, and the term has been relegated
to the scrap heap officially by that au august
gust august body. The council recently in
considering an automobile ordinance
which -provided that certain persons
must be "sober and of good moral
character," was surprised when one
member objected strenuously to the
inclusion of "sober."
"It is a reflection on the govern
ment and the constitution," the mem
ber said. "It recognizes a violation of
the law, and since we have prohibition
it has become obsolete."
The objection at first was not taken
seriously but upon insistence the term
was eliminated by a vote of 12 to 7.
One councilman refused to vote, stat stating
ing stating that he "didn't know whether a,
man could be drunk or sober under the
new order of things."
SHOULD HAVE KEPT
int. iArs& orrjiAiiu
Chicago, Feb. 3. Surgeon General
Cummings, of the public health ser service,
vice, service, has ordered an investigation of
the disturbance last night at the Ed Edward
ward Edward Hines Junior Memorial Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, which resulted in ten negroes
leaving the hospital, on account of
fear of white patients. There are 900
soldiers in the hospital, 100 of whom
BAD NUMBER FOR BODDY
He Will be Electrocuted During the
Week Beginning March 13
New York, Feb. 3. Luther Boddy,
a negro, who killed two police detec detectives
tives detectives January 25, today "was sentenced
to be electrocuted the week beginning
It's hard for a rich man to get to
Heaven, but it's easy for a poor man
to be virtuous at $12 a quart.
An astronomer says the North Pole
is moving. Great guns! Will that
thing have to be discovered all over
A new telephone enables you to see
the face at the other end. "Wrong
face, Central, I wanted a blonde,"
will be the new complaint.
There are men who live beyond their
income, and there are men who can be
trusted with the company funds.
We suspect at times that the Chi Chi-nest
nest Chi-nest of today are descended from a
long line of least resistance.
T DAY AT THE
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
More Than a Score of Counties Have
Exhibits and Thousands of Visi Visitors
tors Visitors are Expected to Attend
(Special to the Star)
Tampa, Feb. 3. With the greatest
first day attendance in fair history
here, the South Florida Fair opened
its gates Thursday morning.
More than a score of counties, rep rep-resentating
resentating rep-resentating every part of the state,
have exhibits. There is a range of ex exhibits
hibits exhibits in the great county buildings
that compasses everything that Flor Florida
ida Florida soil produces, from the staples
such as corn, oats, cotton, etc, to the
rare tropical fruits from the lower tip
of the peninsula. The citrus fruit dis display
play display is wonderful. The showing of
cured meats is a hunger-provoker. The
livestock sheds are filled with blooded
I stock, and the poultry show is a riot
of color, crowing and cackling.
The Canadian building is a day's
entertainment in itself. The Dominion
has spent $25,000 to show its products
here. The showing is a marvel and
The first natural history museum in
the state is that at the fair, with sev several
eral several hundred mounted specimens of
Florida bird, reptile and fish life.
The art show is attracting much
favorable comment, and the aggre aggregate
gate aggregate value of the paintings runs into
The horse races are classy, the free
acts provide a world of entertainment,
and the Pike is so extensive that the
most blase can find something new
and utterly novel in the entertainment
It is Florida's greatest fair. In fact,
it is an international exposition. There
is the keenest rivalry for the big
The Gasparilla festivities on the 6th
and 7th, the Rote-Press breakfast on
the 8th, and the Shriners' great pa
rade on the 9th offer a week full of
interesting entertainment and spec
The fair this year will continue
through Feb. 11th. It is a great edu educational
cational educational feature as well as amusement
THE ORLANDO FAIR
The amusement and instructive end
of the Mid-Winter Fair in Orlando
will be fully up to the limit. Any one
of the entertainment features will in
itself be well worth the price of ad admission
mission admission to the fair itself, and will .be
all thrown in to boot.
Johnnie Jones' shows are preparing
for months, encamped on the grounds,
for the best amusements they have
ever given, and Johnny himself prom promises
ises promises many new attractions.
The celebrated "Ward Flyers," com comprising
prising comprising a company of nine men and
women, the finest aerial acrobats in
America, will give two performances
daily in front of the grandstand.
Seventy race horses are training on
the track, some of them "grand cir circuit"
cuit" circuit" racers, and there will be the
finest races in Florida.
Several beautiful pageans in cos costume
tume costume will be performed during the
week, and special features of merit
Woman's clubs of the state will
carry on a series of enthusiastic meet meetings
ings meetings in a specially decorated tent.
A great "Trades Display" and dec
orated auto parade to be held during
the week of the fair, beginning Feb-
14th, will be a nattractive feature.
STEAMER IS SLOW
Rome, Feb. 3 The steamship Pres
ident Wilson, bringing Cardinal
6'Connell of Boston to Rome, will not
arrive at Naples before next Monday
morning, says a wireless.
SLENDER CLUE GIVEN
BY CIGARET STUBS
Los Angeles, Feb. 3. A half dozen
cigarette stubs offered today a key to
the mystery of the murder of William
Desmond Taylor, a noted motion pic picture
ture picture director, slam Wednesday night
in his home here. The stubs were
found near the back door of the Tay Taylor
lor Taylor residence, indicating that a man
apparently waited there nervously the
evening of the murder. Mrs. Douglas
McLean said she heard the shot fired,
looked from a window of her home
nearby and saw a man leave the Tay Taylor
lor Taylor home.
An optimist definition number 8, 8,-987,987
987,987 8,-987,987 is a man who, when mailing
a manuscript to an editor, kisses it
It appears that France must choose
between getting even with the world
and getting even with Germany.
GREAT (111! OF
DEAD AT GATES
Suffocation Got in Its Deadly Work
Before Entombed Men Could
(Associated Press) -Gates,
Pa., Feb. 3. Six more dead
were brought to the surface from the
shaft of the Gates mine of the H. C
Frick Coke Company early today,
bringing the total to twenty-two. The c
belief is expressed that the toll" of
dead may mount higher. Reports in indicated
dicated indicated that at least thirty men were
in the section at the time of the ex explosion.
plosion. explosion. INDICTED AGAIN
Jacksonville, Feb. 2. The indict-
ments against Wheeler, Bostwick,
Dowling and eleven others, indicted in
connection with the investigation of
the alleged liquor ring here, were or ordered
dered ordered quashed today by Federal Judge
Clayton, on the ground that they were
insufficient and fatally defective.
Jacksonville, Feb. 3. New indict indictments
ments indictments against former Sheriff W. H.
Dowling of Duval county, William
Bostwick, prominent banker and law lawyer
yer lawyer and ten other Jacksonville citizens
more or less prominent were returned
by the federal grand jury late yester yesterday
day yesterday charging violation of the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition laws. The indictments were re returned
turned returned after Federal Judge Henry D.
Clayton had ordered quashed earlier
in the day indictments charging four
teen men with conspiracy to violate
the prohibition laws.
VICTIM'S OF VILLA'S
San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 3. Five
children were killed playing in a
school yard at Hermosillo, Mexico,
yesterday when one attempted to ex extract
tract extract powder from a bomb left there
when Villa stormed the town.
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF
JUSTICE AT THE HAGUE'
The Hague, Feb. 3. (By the Asso
ciated Press) The international court
of justice meeting in private session
here today elected as president of the
court Dr. B. T. C. Loden, former mem member
ber member of the Dutch supreme court.
LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD
SUSTAINED HEAVY LOSS
Jersey City, Feb. 3.- Fire destroyed
the Lehigh Valley railroad shops here
today with a loss of $200,000.
CABINET FOUND IT TOO CHILE
Santiago, Chile, Feb. 3. (By the
Associated Press). The Chilean cabi cabinet
net cabinet resigned today.
SMALL CROWD BUT
SOME GOOD SHOOTING
The Ocala Gun Club held its regular
weekly shoot yesterday afternoon,
with a very small crowd present.
Bruce Meffert missed another one but
led the field with the fine score of
forty-nine out of fifty. The scores
Bruce Meffert .....43 x 50
W. P. Preer 45 x 50
John Holden .....41 x 50
F. E. Martin 40 x SO
Howard Walters ..36 x 50
L. O: Crosby ..27 x 50
A European statesman says the
world looks to America for its motive
power. Sure thing. It thinks Amer America
ica America is a filling station.
When you watch some men eat, you
can't tell whether they are putting
it in for nourishment or ballast.
A poet tells us the music of bells
lightens our hearts. This is especial
ly true of the little bell on the cash
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. IL United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Com minder.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
'"S'w conventions oi tne Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. H, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas. XL P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary. v
.me vcai lire & vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. Z-tt
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922
Ocala Evening Star
taallaac4 Every Oar Except Suaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
H. H. Carroll, Prnldcat
f. V. Leaveaajood, Scerctary -Treasurer
J. H. Ueajarala, Editor
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been a valiant campaign in behalf of
literal acceptance of the story of
the Garden of Eden, and a demand
that all knowledge not pledged to the
THE STATE MUST LIVE
The brains of our farmers, rather; Cotton Plant, Feb. 2. The peanut
than their stomachs demand railroads, shelling at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glat-
upholding of that doctrine be banish- j while without them those in oar cities ; tis house Tuesday night was quite a
ed f com every institution of learning, would starve and freeze m a week. j success. Mr. ciyae secmnger ana
That may be the field in which Flor- All farmers produce much, and if Mrs. fcusie btrickland were tne lucKy
J I ma- T 1
ida is most in need of representation i need be, can produce more, of what ones to win tne prize. .Mr. euie veai
at Washington but it scarcely seems they use; but the man in a city must
likely. The farmers and those desir desirous
ous desirous for harbors and such-like earthly
improvements will hardly think so.
Palm Beach Post.
Bryan won't get anywhere with
Trammell when it comes to believing
the Bible. Park not only believes the
whale swallowed Jonah, but would be believe
lieve believe Jonah swallowed the whale if
the Good Book said so. But he might
ask Mr. Bryan what right an United
States senator has to try and ram his
belief down the throats of other peo people.
ple. people. We think with the Post that
Florida has had enough religioi in
politics to do for a long time.
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Money talks especially money that
a man marries.
The way of the transgressor is be beset
set beset with traffic regulations.
Some people surely open their cut cutouts
outs cutouts when they go to telling about
The premier of Bulgaria denies the
report that Bulgaria awaits the favor favorable
able favorable moment to snatch Thrace from
Greece. "First of all," he says, "let
me say that we have nothing to do
with Greece or the question of Thrace.
Under the treaty we ceded Thrace to
the great powers, and they promised
to give us an economic outlet through
Thrace on the Aegean Sea. Secondly,
we are utterly disarmed and helpless
and are in no position to take war warlike
like warlike measures against any of our
neighbors. Our 300,000 rifles and all
our artillery and machine guns are at
the bottom. of the Black Sea, and our
men are tilling the soil."
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
A man likes to find
treasure and a woman
her husband a treasury.
his wife a
likes to find
The policy of "British repression in
India" consists mostly of preventing
.the natives from killing each other.
How about those home-made auto
races- that we are to have at the fair
grounds on Washington's birthday?
Seems to us that an easy way for
the government to levy taxes would
be to establish a kitty in every poker
Any woman who can persuade her
husband to wear shoes a size too
small has a better chance to keep him
at home of an evening.
The DeLand News is a daily but it
might as well be a weekly so far as
the Star is concerned. We receive
about one copy a week.
"Many a law," says Billy Crane in
the St. Petersburg Times, "has lost
its teeth trying to bite thru a dollar."
Which is Shakspere down to date and
Less than half of the women of
Sweden entitled to vote exercised
their newly-won franchise rights at
the polls in the elections of 1921, the
first year of full suffrage for women,
according to a report of the Swedish
central bureau of statistics just made
public. The men did not show a much
better record than the women, and
the number of women voters exceeded
the male vote in the capital of Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm by more than five thousand.
The Bulgarian minister of railways
i anxious to have American locomo locomotive
tive locomotive manufactures and railroad supply
houses look into the possibilities of
business in Bulgaria. He says that
one of the greatest present needs in
Bulgaria is a plant for the' construc construction
tion construction and repair of locomotives and
freight cars. He has on hand nearly
100 locomotives and several thousand
freight cars awaiting repairs and the
country has no facilities for this pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Poland, politically, is eagerly look looking
ing looking forward to the summer elections
when the first president of the new re republic
public republic will be chosen by a national
assembly composed of representatives
of both chambers of the diet. Joseph
Pilsudski, who was appointed chief of
state, just after Poland was declared
& republic late in 1918 and has held
office ever since under a provisional
constitution, is understood among
polticians to be one of the presiden presidential
tial presidential candidates. Several other names
have been mentioned, but the news newspaper
paper newspaper editorial writers appear reason reasonably
ably reasonably confident that the chief contend contenders
ers contenders will be Pilsudski, Vincent Wites,
former premier and the present leader
of the peasant party in the diet, and
Wojciech Trampszynski, speaker of
the diet. There has also been much
speculation among politicians as to
whether Ignace Jan Paderewski, pi pianist
anist pianist and formerly premier, wou'd en enter
ter enter the presidential race, but no defi definite
nite definite announcement has ever been
made one way or the other. For near nearly
ly nearly a year Paderewski has been in
America, spending most of his time
in Paso Robles, Calif.
(Evening Star February 3, 1902)
About two weeks ago Dr. Newsom's
small valise containing about $60
worht of instruments was taken from
his buggy and he had despaired of
seeing it again, but he was gladdened
Saturday with its return by Marshall
Crawford. The satchel was found in
a thicket' northeast of Taylor's pond.
The Montezuma hotel block was
bought this morning by Dr. A. R.
Toph from John P. Galloway at a con consideration
sideration consideration which Dr. Toph considers a
Mr. S. R. Pyles purchased the
Crowther place at sheriff's sale Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The president of the Chicago and
Eastern railroad and his family came
to Ocala yesterday in the president's
private car, via the Plant System,
and this morning went out-to Silver
Under the order of unfinished busi
ness, the mayor reported his veto of
the suffrage ordinance recently pass passed
ed passed by the council, giving his reason
as lack of conviction that "woman
suffrage" is right and proper. On
motion, the ordinance was put to pas passage
sage passage over the mayor's veto, but failed
of the requisite majority.--From
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star February 3, 1912)
Almost every night as Sunny Jim
races along the rails on the home
stretch between Dunnellon and Ocala,
a number of passengers can be ob observed,
served, observed, watches in hand, figuring on
the time that must elapse before ar arrival
rival arrival in the Brick City. This is be because
cause because Sunny Jim, when on time,
arrives just ten minutes before the
Mr. H. W. Tucker's electrical and
plumbing business has been very busy
lately, and is getting its full share of
business. Mr! Tucker has fitted up a
good many of the new buildings and
business houses that have opened up
At her elegant home on Fifth street
Mrs. George MacKay gave a party
honoring Mrs. Kyle of Gadsden, Ala.
Miss Mary Burford aided by Miss
Jule Wiley entertained the young
ladies bridge club yesterday afternoon.
Shady, Feb. 2. Miss Belle Stroble
who has been sick for a week or two
is some better at this time.
Rev. C. W.. White of Ocala called on
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones Wednesday
Miss Brent Woods of Ocala was a
visitor at the B. Y. P. U. Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. Mrs. J. T. E. Gaskins visited her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O.
L. Gaskin at Summerfield last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wr. B. Coggins of
Weirsdale, were dinner guests of Mr.
L. A. Jones Monday.
A. R. Douglas Jr. of South Lake
Weir, visited home folks here last
Mr. and Mrs. John Gaskin enter entertained
tained entertained the young set at their home
Saturday evening. Assured of a good
time, quite a crowd gathered early
and many amusing games were play played
ed played and then a candy pulling contest
was enjoyed. These young people, al always
ways always sweet, were "sweetest" when
this was over and many platters of
prety home made candy were eaten
with much relish. After the candy
pulling, Mrs. Gaskin served chicken
purlo, pickles and bread in an in informal,
formal, informal, happy way which everybody
declared the "best ever." Mr. and Mrs.
have everything brought to him.
Before the day of railroads Peking,
China, was the single great city of
the world not on a river or sea, while
vast numbers of prosperous farmers
could be found remote from any ad-
vantages in transportation.
The relative importance of cheap
transportation to cities is fixed by any
map of the world; and as railroads
have now built vast cities, where mul multitudes
titudes multitudes of parasites are gathered, one
might be lead to suspect that our
urban population finds these some
measure of exemption from its proper
share of the cost of railroad traffic.
This suspicion is now fully confirm confirmed
ed confirmed by the facts perhaps never to be
altered; but this advantage to city
dwellers may be offset in several
All wealth comes from, and must
begin with our producers; that others
may now have it simply proves that
they got it by fair, or unfair, means
after it had been transmuted into
money, as a mere symbol of real
Of the total of our wealth produced
by factories, mines, farmers and all
others, that part produced by rural
producers far exceeds the part of
such total which our cities contribute;
stillcities grow and farms are desert deserted.
ed. deserted. Thus we know that the city man is
not earning his keep. The rural vot voters
ers voters may well be puzzled to know how
to reform him; but in any such effort
our nation may count upon the aid of
many in our cities whose intelligence
the world cannot over match and
whose patriotism admits of no second
place in any field of action.
No one cause has produced the
abuse we see and our danger lies in
inability of rural and urban intelli intelligence
gence intelligence to unite in action; while safety
lies in the modification and repeal of
many of our present policies.
This is no party question, for both
democrats and republicans have done
much to produce what we should now
Seeing that rural production pays
the greater part of all costs, including
that of all rail transportation, regu regulation
lation regulation of all businesses and of tariffs,
and from all such derives less benefit,
and having no desire to abolish rail
transportation, we might offset the
advantages to the city dweller by re reducing
ducing reducing to the minimum all tariffs and
all state and national regulations.
Such change in our policies would
benefit in still another way, for it
would force increased per capita pro production
duction production in cities, and reduce parasites.
The cities can then adopt, and pay
for all cost of any additional regula regulations
tions regulations which they need. There must
always be needed some national regu regulation
lation regulation of railroads to prevent rebates;
and in the plan of organization, the
larger salaries paid by them, distri distribution
bution distribution of dividends and methods of
operation, the public must at all times
be in a position to protect kself
against the greed of these vast mo monopolies.
nopolies. monopolies. They must live; so must
If a president of a railroad draws
$100,000 salary it must be paid by
production, and it would offend me to
know he got it. But it offends me no
less when I know that probably one
hundred millions are now lost annually
to production, as incidents, to our at attempted
tempted attempted regulation of railroad fares,
alone, irrespective of other govern governmental
mental governmental regulation of railroads.
.To pay the salaries and expenses of
our several state railroad commis commissions,
sions, commissions, to attend their hearings, collect
data and hire lawyers, and other para parasites,
sites, parasites, to fight constant changes in
rates makes up a huge total; every
dollar of which must come out of pro production.
duction. production. The nation, as a whole, derives lit little
tle little or no benefit from this expense. It
is true that cheap rail freights on ar articles
ticles articles shipped by us to foreign coun countries
tries countries may greatly increase our nation national
al national productive wealth, but even this
is not always true. But this annual
cost is not all the nation loses by pur pursuing
suing pursuing such policies, for the talents,
time, energy and money thus diverted,
if employed in productive pursuits
should add one hundred million to our
Say rural production is about two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of our total national produc production,
tion, production, thus it pays every four years
nearly one-tenth oi its annual savings
and Miss Juanita Trotter shelled the
next largest amount of peanuts. Miss
Reatrire Renlev entertained the
young folks and all reported a fine i
The young people of Cotton Plant j JJ
have prayer meeting every Wednes- i jaj
day night and every Sunday night at fTl
St. Johns church. j
We are sorry to hear of the illness r.
nf Miss Mavme Parker, and hone she i
will soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Parker have
moved back to the Brooks place.
Mrs. H. L. Parker has returned
from a visit to her parents, where she
has been enjoying fresh fish and oy oysters.
sters. oysters. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker motored
to Boardman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Strickland spent
the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Noble.s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glattis spent
Tuesday with their parents.
Miss Beatrice Beasley spent the
day with Miss Clara Williams Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. Harmon Jones was the guest
of Miss Rae Strickland Sunday.
(This is a good correspondent. We
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nupe sue mil cuiumue iu wine. il.ui-
Now on Display
The best and largest assortment of Ladies'
Fine Novelty Footwear for Spring
ever shown in Ocala
Fairfield, Feb. 1. After the cold,
rainy weather last week everybody
enjoyed the nice sunny day Sunday.
Some of the truck growers are busy i
Mr. Jim B&ulware and children
were on our streets Saturday.
Messrs. Bobbie, Vernon and Willie
Nettles of Flemington were in our
. We are sorry to report Mrs. M. J.
Mixson still in bed. It seems the cold,
rainy weather does not agree with her.
Messrs. Carter and McLaughlin ai'e
going to plant quite an acreage to cot cotton
ton cotton this year.
Messrs. James Rhodes and E. I.
Whittington were in Ocala Friday.
Messrs. H. W Nettles and sons,
Bob and Willie, and W. T. Taylor, of
Flemnigton, passed through our burg
Friday en their way to Ocala.
Miss Louise Stokes of Orange
Springs, was a week-end visitor of her
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Newest Advanced Styles From the
Chicago Fashion Show
See the new Grecian Sandals, Cleopatra San Sandals,
dals, Sandals, Sally Sandals. Also new novelty
Patent Leather Sandals with grey
kid trimmings. Newest thing
out in ladies' footwear
Brown Suedes in pumps with two straps and
the new Junior Louis heels. All sizes
and widths from AAs to Cs
Street and Theatrical Footwear
& flunrnntoo Clnthina Rr Slnnp
$ Y. M. D. O. I). $
Lynne, Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Mosley, who have been spending some
time with their daughter, Mrs. Gnann,
have gone to their home at Starke.
Mrs. N. L. Williams, of Ocala, ac
companied by her little daughter,
Agnes, spent last week with her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mrs. W. R. Jackson.
Mrs. Mary Griggs, who has been in
the Marion County Hospital, is suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently recovered to return to her
S. R.. Wallace of Hawthorne was
visiting in the community last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Miss Ruby Cordrey is quite sick at
her home at Lynne.
Mrs. II. Heineman Sr., was a recent
visitor to the county seat.
W. C. Henderson and R. O. Gnann
were business visitor in Ocala yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mrs. Charlie Henderson is recover recovering
ing recovering from her recent illness.
Mrs. J. N. Stevens happened to a
painful accident today, when she cut
off one joint of her finger in the meat
Friends of Jack Powell will be in interested
terested interested to know that he is recover recovering
ing recovering from an attack of malaria and flu
in Fredericktown, Mo., where he is at attending
tending attending college.
Mr. Bryan was a great and power powerful
ful powerful figure in his day, but after all it
is as a politician and an unsuccessful Gaskin know how to make the young
presidential candidate that he is re remembered,
membered, remembered, not for a long record of in
valuable service. Florida has not al always
ways always been happy when it has entrust entrusted
ed entrusted its affairs to adopted sons of very
recent adoption. The system may be
all right some times, but Florida, if
it is wise will be chary of burning its
fingers at the same fire twice. Since
his sojourn in this state, Mr. Bryan's
chief contribution to its progress has
people enjoy themselves as they are
young too, and all hope to enjoy an another
other another evening there at an early date.
Mr. Scott, right hand man at the
R. D. Douglas store, at Weirsdale,
was here Wednesday attending to
business and greeting his friends.
Great prepaartions for track are
going on and quite an acreage of
Irish potatoes, beans and tomatoes
will be planted here.
Lacota, Feb. 1. Lacota is on the j ft
rise. Capt. J. B. Gore has just finished
three miles of hard road at Moss
Bluff which the people of Moss Bluff
are very proud of. It is the best road
on the east side of the Oklawaha. He
has moved his camp to Lacota and has
built one mile of hard road here and
intends to build two more. We will
have some good roads on our side of
the river if we can keep G. A. Waters
where he is.
Mr. J. B. Gore and wife and Miss
J Daisy Godwin, Miss Mary Gore and
i Mr. Rizner made a flying trip to Ox-
I A Sound Florida Investment
I on Basis to Net About 12
A FLORIDA Corporation; largest of its kind in the world, offers,
p: I subject to prior sale, a limited amount of its capital stock. j?j
S The shares now for sale are of an 8 per cent, cumulative pre-
vf? ferred issue, carrying some common stock, on basis to net in-
:p vestors about 12 per cent.
The corporation has no bonds or mortgages and the preferred
:U stock constitutes a first security lien on all its extensive proper-
tj: ties and valuable assets.
:p The financial statement of the business shows prosperity and
S liquid assets to the extent of over four times the authorized is-
(5 sue of preferred stock; current assets more than three times cur-
jp rent liabilities.
$ Estimated net earnings based on past performances and con-
5 tracts now on hand amount to more than five times the sum re-
35 quiied to pay the 8 per cent, on cumulative preferred stock, af
ter providing for sinking fund requirements. The final net earn earnings
ings earnings applicable to commonstock should justify 8 to 10 per cent,
The business of the concern has been building for over forty
years, and on a paying foundation for most of that period. It is
engaged in an essential line of industry, assured of continuing
development. The men who made the enterprise a succes3 will
continue in its management. For further particulars address
XX, P. 0. Box 4284, Jacksonville, Florida.
Iford Sunday to the big meeting. Rev. I
-T...I t T filial V
o make parasites in our towns and ' ,
v j nit. Thev renotred he preached a fine
cities, m order to decide, in the mam, j 1 1
which particular farmers in our na-i"e!"mon
i ... II. P. Griggs and Clifford Fau?t
tion shall be permitted to fill the ever J; ,
n- c i i from Moss Bluff, are here with trucks
swelling maw of some particular! ,
total national production of wealth;
but does make city life easier and
more attractive., to the end that para parasites
sites parasites and vampires, follies, vanities
and vices there abound and multiply.
January 23, 1922.
THe SO PER CENT OF ALL
HEADACHES are due
& to eyestrain or
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
I Jir. ii. .-. aters maue a uip iu me
' camp Monday and brought a convict
; to work.
j E. F. O'Cain has returned to his
farm from Orlando, where he has
been packing oranges.
Needham Motor Co.
We specialize on Ford and
Red repair work
(Ceo. May & Co.
3 HIGH GRADE PAINT 3
All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 51 f
GEORGE MacKAY & CO
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
This is a Studebaker year.
killer, lor infected sores, tetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rhenmatism
NEW "OCALA" AUTO PLATES
A shipment of new auto name
plates "OCALA' has arrived and
may be secured at the Board of Trade
rooms, or from Maston O'Neal at the
O'Neal & Holly garage. 2-3t
We Ship Our Ice Cream
anywhere within 100 miles of our fac factory.
tory. factory. We guarantee it to arrive in
first class condition and to stay so
without further icing for a reasonably
long period. Dealers and others using
ice cream in quantities should commu communicate
nicate communicate with us asking for our special
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
OCALA EVENIKO STAB, FRIDAY, FEBBUABY S, 1922
Uuion Station Cafe
Best Dinner in Florida for H
75 Cents I
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one one-bears
bears one-bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
Purity Cross Chet
Service Forms a
A full line of PURITY CROSS
goods just in:
. CREAMED CHICKEN
(A La King)
LOBSTER a la Newberg
CREAMED SPAGHETTI -(Au
VIENNA STYLE SAUSAGE
HAVE YOU A CHEF ON YOUR
O.K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 AND 174
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAB
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 ran
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 un
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
iCft vc Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 :.m
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lak eland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 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.
A. E. GERIG
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By FANNIE HURST
Copyright, 1W0, by Tb Wnselar Sraoicua, la
"Hear h-ar Say, outside of Noo
York you'd thrive like an orange
grove in Alaska."
"Gee, a story-and-a-half cottage In
M Michigan, with a garden and
props under the trees to keep the
fruit from breaking them, and a pal paling
ing paling fence ail around to keep the kid kiddies
dies kiddies in while you're cutting cookies
with the lid of a baking powder can.
Gee, a little of that would make the
silk velour in the Turkish room at
Churchey's raise its nap for shame at
takin' your money.'
"Jligawd, whisper that line of talk
in a phonograph record, Birdie-birdie
and I'll send it to Maisie for a cen centennial
tennial centennial present."
"Have on, I can manage you if you
"What's them lights over there,
"That's Bay Shore another dump
like ours, only they got a picture show
and two hotels and dancin' on Friday
She raised her head like a hound
scenting its trail.
"Dancin lead me to It, honey ; lead
me to it !"
"Keep cool and Fletcherize your ham
sandwich, Cleopatry Friday nights
was what I said Friday nights and
I'm on dooty!"
Miss Fink waved her sandwich above
her head so that the long arm of her
shadow danced across the sand.
Oh, that teasing, teasing Tango
Swoop! oh, how it makes your brain co.
Let's start that teasing Ta-a-ango!
"Oh, no you don't out here, kiddo.
Wait'till Saturday night and you'll see
the way the gay birds do It out here
the Landers and the Virginia Reel's the
"The Virginia what?"
"One night me and your friend Mai Maisie
sie Maisie tried three steps of the Boston
Glide and I ain't been so nearly out of
a job since the Sea Side hotel fire."
Miss Fink's eyes were like slits, her
shoulders and her waist and her voice
swayed with the hestitating rhythm of
a worshiper of Buddha under his Bo Bo-tree.
tree. Bo-tree. "Do you know the Singalese Dip?
It's the hardest of them all, Gilly"
"I'm the neatest little dipper you
ever seen ask 'em when you go back
if they know me up at the Fifty-ninth
Street Pallay duo dance."
He tossed the remnant of his sand sandwich
wich sandwich into the lake and pirouetted to
his feet as if the song of his soul was
being played to dance music.
"I'll tell you what let's do, sis it's
a half hour row to Bay Shore. Let's
go over to the movies it's better than
overworking this scenery game."
"There comes the moon
"Yes, It's a habit out here but
come on, they got an imitation of a
shew over there and a place called
Luna park that would give Coney the
hysterics If she saw it; but it's the
liveliest spot around here. Come on,
are you game?"
The wings of their bonfire had flown
into the night; only the sullen em embers
bers embers remained, red eyes guarding the
remnants of their cannibalistic feast.
They scurried down the beach antl in into
to into their bobbing canoe; as they
pushed away the red eyes blinked out
suddenly as If a night bird bad died
on watch, and the gloom was Imme Immediately
diately Immediately a shade bluer and the mucil mucil-laginous
laginous mucil-laginous mist of night rose off the
"You're a nice boy, Gilly; but gee,
you're a bum paddler. You jerk a boat
around like a subway train coming to
a quick stop. Say. look at that moon,
will you, like a red Chinese lantern
hung from a star."
"La-la, tra la, tra la la la tra la!"
"Sing to me, birdie-birdie I'm game
on the poetry stuff if you are. That's
one of the main excitements up here
singin on the water !"
Through the catacombic gloom they
smiled at each other.
When they play that ragtime lullaby
"No lemme bejrin over again
Sweet and low, sweet and low.
Wind of the western sea-e-e-c
Blow blow tra la la
"I'll remember the rest In a minute."
Mr. Gilly plied a rapid paddle.
We won't go home until mornin'
We won't go home until mornin
"Won't we. Gilly?"
"Sure we will. I'll have you back
in your two-a-day. southern exposure,
a little while afttr the convention is
finished singing its eleven o'clock
song, and has presented the grand
master of the Kokomo lodge with a
silver loving cup and tied the vote be between
tween between Elkhart Lake and Minneapolis
for the next convention."
"Oh. gee !"
"I I say. what time Is It by your
gold watch and chain?"
"Nine-thirty the night Is young.
"I aw, who wants to go over to that
little old dump anyway, Gilly! It
looks like a good spot for your favorite
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Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tt
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
fansraL I I gottawantta be back
by ten I forgot something."
Mr. Gilly slowed bis stroke; his
mouth took on a slight oblique slant
"Don't let me keep yon up. Miss
"Let's turn around, Gilly. I bet them
movies over there would put a night
owl to sleep. Gee, how dead it looks
let's turn back.
He swung around so suddenly that
she clutched at the sides of the shell
"Gee you got a temper like steel."
"Don't you get sore easy, though!"
"I ain't sore."
The vigorous dipping of the paddle
and the swift cutting of water.
"Say, Gilly, ain't you afraid of
breaking the speed laws?"
A star streaked downward and died
in Its flight. Miss Fink lay flat back backward
ward backward In the boat, her fact foreshort foreshortened
ened foreshortened and upturned.
"Shootln star's luck, ain't it. Gilly T
She nestled deeper Into her cushion,
one arm flung high in a semicircle
about her head and her lids so low
over her eyes that she might have
been a sleeping Adriana.
Drip Drip-p! They floated silently.
In a rustle of moving waters.
A smile trembled across Miss Fink's
lips and she opened them so that her
voice came softly, softly:
Sweet and low, sweet and low.
Wind of the western sea-e;
Blow, blow, breezes blow,
Wind of the western eea-e-e e
The Beach hotel gleamed yellow
from every window as If It were pos posing
ing posing for a picture postcard or where-to-spend-your-vacatlon
The dining room was cleared of its
aisle-forming tables and its floor pol polished
ished polished to a mirror. At the far end of
the room a clock pricked out in blue
and white electric bulbs glowed
against a blue and white cheesecloth
Tropical palms, with skilfully dyed
fronds and twined half way up with
brown cotton moss, huddled in a little
jungle around the piano and violin
accompaniment. Straight around the
desert of room, chairs, backs to wall
and legs touching, awaited action as
a stage library setting, discovered at
the rise of curtain, awaits the en entrance
trance entrance of the French maid in her four four-dollar
dollar four-dollar silk stockings to tickle the fur furniture
niture furniture and the audience with a tiny
feather duster and tinier French ac accent
cent accent After a while the scratching of a
violin for its note and the one finger
tum-m-m tum-m-m on the piano; the
light blather of voices rising to a swell.
Unstylish women in shotted silk
dresses with waist lines and decent
width skirts and bodices cut high over
bosoms that would have quivered un under
der under bareness. The Invitational rhythm
of waltz music and pink-haired violin violinist
ist violinist swaying in the palm jungle. A
couple glided out into the Sahara of
polished floor, another and yet an another.
other. another. Presently a bobbing throng, the
women flushed with their primal love
of the dance, the men in fast wilting
collars and out of step. Mr. Prokes
inserted a third handkerchief, bib
fashion, Inside his fainting collar and
took Miss Fink in an antiquated em embrace
brace embrace of the waltz.
"For the new grand master you ain't
doing bad, Proksey you've taken
every man's wife of 'em around, ain't
Mr. Prokes mopped at his face with
a fourth handkercnlef and writhed in
his evening clothes as if he would fly
"Yes, but It's almost over. The
eleven o'clock song and the passing
of the loving cup, and then I'm ready,
sister, for what I been waltln fr all
evening guess I"
"The prettiest and sweetest little
girl in the crowd and a little gray col colored
ored colored canoe. I-I don't like it a bit, -your
dancin' around here with all those
other fellows you just wait till I'm
"What I think of these guys!"
"I ain't much on dancing myself,
little sister, but I'm game but watch
me after the eleven o'clock song puts
me off duty and I've started the lovln'
cup around! You and me, sister, and
the little gray shell. Ready now, one
two three ready now go 1"
Miss Fink pirouetted skilfully
around Mr. Prokes' heavy-footed am amble,
ble, amble, a wood nymph matching her
dainty pace to her favorite Bruin of
"Good, Proksey that was a swell
reverse. Say, there's a fortune for a
dancing teacher out this way."
"One two three !"
"Ouch! Lemme try to guide. No,
now start over again; just try to
klnda keep your feet where mine ain't
and you'll come out all right."
"So good now you're all right.
No, that was my fault Reverse again
"I I give It up, sister."
"It just ain't right to ask a little
fairy like you to steer me around.
How'd you like to go out in a quiet
corner of the veranda and cool off ; it's
ten minutes before the shoutin and we
can wait out where It's quiet"
"Yep. it Is hot In here, ain't it?"
Mr. Prokes breathed as If for a lung
capacity test inserted a fourth hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief into the limp rag of collar and
held wide the screen door. A rush of
air lifted his hair and dried the beads
on his brow.
Light dresses and light voices drift drifted
ed drifted from black corners of the veranda
and from the recesses of rocking
chairs. A chain of Japanese lanterns
stretched between two pillars, swung
aid flickered, and out above the
cedars, standing darkly with their
crowns against the sky, a lopsided
moon with a swollen and inflamed
face, invited them.
"Whew, this is more like it! Here's
two chairs. There ain't no use talk
Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
ing, Pm more at home on an ice" fild
than a dance floor. I just ain't got
the knack. My, but you do look pret pretty
ty pretty tonight Miss Fink."
"Here, fasten this buttonhole rose
of mine in your hair; it just matches
your cheeks. Pretty as a picture you
look, you do."
Miss Fink receded into the impres impressionistic
sionistic impressionistic mood of night, her pink chif chiffon
fon chiffon scarf drooped from her shoulders
"Oh, dear!" she sighed twice, leaned
backward and let her hands fall limp
along the arms of her chair. Her sighs
trembled for a moment and died.
"What's the matter, little sister?"
"Well, girlie It It's all over but the
shoutin, ain't It?"
"All over. I'm leaving on the 8:45
and you on the noon, ain't you?"
"The twelve thirty
"It's been a swell ten days. Gee.
and I thought I wasn't going to like it
"I I just don't know what the place
would have been without you. Miss
Birdie. Just the life of things, you
"A swell ten days It's been and
you've been fine and dandy to me, too.
But say, wont little old Noo York look
good I ain't heard a honk-honk and
watch your step' and 'step lively' for
"I Wish You Wasn't Going Back I
Just Wish You Wasn't, Miss Birdie."
so long I'll be mistaking the Times
building for a tall pine when I get
"Heigh-ho such is life," said Mr.
Prokes, "such is life!"
"Ain't It so!"
"We meet and we pass on we meet
and we pass on. Monday morning,
little sister, ril be waking up to the
six o'clock chimes of the First Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian and the crowing of Bantam
"I got It over them both with a sixty-cent
alarm clock and a ash can
"And I'll lay there listening to old
Mary unlock the summer kitchen and
after I hear her turning the windlass
to hoist the water from the well I'll
be gettln' up myself and
"I know the feelin."
" and getting down to unlock the
tore just like there wasn't no little
sister had come and sneaked into my
heart out here in the pines."
"And I'll be trallln my black char char-meuse
meuse char-meuse over a green velvet carpet and
between sales swappln' manicures
with the girls and daring Eddie the
stock boy to wriggle his ears for us."
"I wish you wasn't going back I
Just wish you wasn't Miss Birdie."
"I got the two best reasons a girl
could have. A dollar-sixty and a rail railroad
road railroad ticket In my pocketbook and the
Horse Show advance display opening
Monday morning, with me on the job
selling the elght-hundred-dollar cloth
of gold over Malsle's head or knowing
the reason why not"
"I I just think we ought ought to
keep you out here with us, little
"Gee, wouldn't that be a cinch."
"We ain't going to let you go, neither
that's all there is to it."
"That's right, tease me along."
"If I wasn't afraid you'd break your
sides lafflng, I'd say there just
couldn't be a finer sight than you in
in a white dress and no hat walking
up High street about closing time, the
way they do In our town on fine eve evenings.
nings. evenings. You in a white dress and no
hat comln' down to meet meet
"You won't believe It, little Birdie,
but way down underneath the city I
think you got Just a little Miami in
your make-up, I do."
"I I ain't so stuck on the city ; It's
just stuck on me, like sticking plaster.
Sometimes I I hate It"
"I don't want you to go back there to
i T)I.4Ia T sxn m-t Can.
B lay jiriiic li iuuiiu uu ur-
tember trip and bring you back home
with me, that's what I am. I ain't go going
ing going to let the city get Its big sooty
hands on you again, that's what I ain't
Little sister, you know what I what
Mr. Prokes leaned toward Miss
Fink so that his shirt front bulged
outward with the swell of a pouter
pigeon. His heart blood buzzed in his
brain danced behind his eyes and
confused his vision.
"One two three four five six
seven eight nine ten eleven Hur Hurrah!
rah! Hurrah! Hurrah!"
"It's the bust up. dearie. I gotta
gotta go pass the lovln' cup, little
Birdie. You just just wait for me, I
want to say I
"Hurrah hurrah the cup! ! I"
"Comin comln' wait here for me,
little sister. Comin. boys, comln'."
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ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit,
cuit, Circuit, in and for .Marlon County,
Florida, In Chancery.
F. A. Mason, Complainant, vs. Vesta
. Mason, Defendant.
It appearing by affidavit appended
to the amended 'bill of complaint filed
in the above entitled cause that Vesta
Mason, the defendant therein named, Is
a non-resident of the state of Florida,
and that the residence of the said de defendant
fendant defendant is unknown, and that she Is
over the age of twenty-one years; It is
therefore ordered that the said non nonresident
resident nonresident defendant, be and she is here hereby
by hereby required to ap-pear to the amended
bill of complaint filed in said cause on
Monday the 6th day of March, A. D.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed by the said
It is further ordered that this order
be published once each week for eight
consecutive weeks in Ocala Evening
Star, a newspaper published in said
county and state.
This 6th day of January, 1922.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER JR..
Clerk Circuit Court.
By FRANCES TARVER,
l-6-9t-Frl Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors of W. A. Stroud, doing business
as the Spot Cash Grocery, in Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, that an as assignment
signment assignment has been made to the under undersigned
signed undersigned of the property of said W. A.
Stroud doing business as the Spot
Cash Grocery, for the benefit of said
creditors, and the said creditors are
hereby notified to present proof of
their claims to me within the time and
in the manner provided by law.
By R. K. BATTS. D. C.
HOCKER & MARTIN,
Petitioners" Solicitors. 1-19-Thura
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Citizens Investment Com-
nanv of Ocala' will be held in the of
fice of Hocker & Martin, Ocala, Fla.,
at 3:30 o'clock, Tuesday, February
Baxter Cam, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, President. 26-Thur 3t
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If yoa have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
,Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax have re returned
turned returned home from a week's stay in
MASONIC HONOlt FOR SIMMONS
Get your baked bean3 and brown
bread Saturday afternoon at Carter's
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. tf
Mrs. W. H. Henry has as her guest
her sister, Mrs. Delaplane, from Dela Dela-phane,
phane, Dela-phane, Va., who intends to spend
some time in Ucala.
You can always find a complete line
of sterling silver table cutlery at Sam
T. Wilson's jewelry store in the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall block. tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Mr. A. E. Gerig has returned from
a visit to Jacksonville. He went on
business, but treated himself to hear hearing
ing hearing Sousa's band.
There are several cases of smallpox Our fellow townsman, Mr. Charles
among the colored population of Ocala j E. Simons, today received a document
and vieinity, and all persons who have 1 of which he is justly proud. It is his
not had a succsesful vaccination in the j appointment as district deputy grand
last six or seven years are advised to! master of the Masonic lodge for this
fe vaccinated. It is the policy of the district, which comprises the lodges of
state board of health not to quaran-: Belleview, Dunnellon, Fort McCoy,
tine smallpox. Board of Health, Inverness, Mcintosh, Ocala and Weirs Weirs-City
City Weirs-City of Ocala. ; dale.
The commission is a handsome docu-
Mrs. R. T. Weaver has gone to At- j ment duly signed by Charles H. Ket Ket-lanta
lanta Ket-lanta to attend the spring millinery chum, grand master of the Florida
opening of the wholesale houses in j Grand Lodge, F. & A. M.
that city. Mrs. Weaver goes as buyer 5 Mr. Simmons' friends, both Masonic
for the Elite Shop, and new goods and otherwise, are congratulating
will be arriving daily in a few days. him upon his promotion in the order
m :of which he has for many years been
Complete line of watches for every- a staunch member,
body at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
Harrington Hall block. 5-tf I INSURANCE
VALENTINES at The Gift Shop. 3t
Get your baked beans and brown
bread Saturday afternoon at Carter's
Mr. C. A. Marks, one of the Sea Seaboard's
board's Seaboard's most popular passenger con conductors,
ductors, conductors, is in the city, a witness in a
suit against his road.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mr. M. M. Little returned this aft
ernoon from Marianna, where he went
Wednesday. He took two boys to
place them in the reform school.
Mr. Edwin S. Gernant, accompanied
by Mr. Wm. E. Clark of Mount Ver
non, N. Y., left this morning by auto
for a several days' trip to points in
the southern part of the state.
Get your baked beans and brown
bread Saturday afternoon at Carter's
VALENTINES at The Gift Shop. 3t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
who have been staying in Ocala for
several months, will leave tomorrow
for Lake Weir, to dccupy their home
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company, tf
We are glad to report that Mrs. A.
J." Leavengood, who has been so crit critically
ically critically ill for the past few days at her
home on North Magnolia street, is
very much improved this afternoon.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mrs. J. K. Austin of New Bedford,
Mass., who has been the guest of
Mrs. R. A. Alfred in Jacksonville, has
arrived in Ocala and is a guest at the
home of Mrs. McClymonds. Mrs. Aus
tin is a former resident of Ocala, hav
i i i
ing maae ner nome nere ior many
years. It is with pleasure that Mrs.
Austin's many friends are welcoming
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. tf
A colored man while trying to ride
a bicycle eastward on Oklawaha short.
ly before noon today, had a narrow
escape from being killed or maimed.
He was about to pass the traffic mark
er at the crossing of Oklawaha and
Main on the northeast corner of the
square when a car came along and hit
the rear wheel of his bike, knocking
it around, throwing the negro off and
scattering some groceries he was car carrying
rying carrying in a basket on the handlebars
all over the bricks. The car was ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding the speed limit and the young
lady driving did not stop to see what
harm she had done, but drove rapidly
across the square and on down Main
street. Unless she was looking to the
right there was not any excuse
for hitting the bicycle, as she had
plenty of room and time to avoid it.
The negro, notwithstanding his nar narrow
row narrow escape, made no complaint, but
picked up his wheel and what he could
save of his groceries, and went on his
way. A Star reporter, standing at the
corner, saw the accident but was not
able to identify the driver or number
of the car.
VALENTINES at The Gift Shop. 3t
Plcnblng & Electric Contractor
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
The firm of Roberts & Spencer has
this day been dissolved, C. V. Roberts
assuming all indebtedness of said firm
and taking over all assets. The new
style of the firm will be C. V. Roberts
; January 31, 1922.
y C. V. Roberts.
Barnard Spencer. 2-3tthurs
If you'll try the popular Day Dream j
extracts to be had only at the Court j
Pharmacy, you'll use no other. tf j
News has been received in Ocala of
the critical illness of Mrs. Belle Mer- j
shon in Miami. Mrs. Mershon and her t
son, Mr. Luther Mershon, are former!
residents of Ocala, and their friends j
will regret to hear of Mrs. Mershon's
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. tf
If the judges in charge of awarding
the prizes for the best county exhibit
at the South Florida Fair in Tampa
are half as enthusiastic over Marion's
exhibit as Mr. Walter Wells, who has
just returned from the fair, we are
going to get the first prize sure. Here
is hoping Walter's prognostications
come true. He says the fair is a real
show from beginning to end and every
citizen of the state who can do so
should see it by all means.
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo
sitions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
Mrs. John W. Martin of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who has been the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Harriss, having come
to Ocala especially to attend the Har-riss-Parrott
wedding Wednesday, has
returned home. She was accompanied
by Mrs. J. E. Parrott, who also was a
guest at the Harriss home. Now that
Ocala claims Mrs. Albert Harriss,
the daughter of Mrs. Parrott, her
friends will look forward with pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to frequent visits from Mrs. Parrott.
FOR RENT On Oklawaha avenue,
three large rooms and kitchen, on
the same floor, furnished for house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; $25 per month. Apply to
P. O. Box 200. 3-6t
PLANTS FOR SALE Pansies 15c.
per dozen; Charleston Wakefield
cabbage and Big Boston lettuce, SI
per 1000; Crystal Wax Bermuda
oonions 15c. per hundred. TJ. H.
Cooher, Ocala, phone 389. 3-6t
POSITIONS WANTED Three girls
at the Theological Seminary (known
as Emerson Home School) want
work. Phone or call at Fausett's
"""store on W. Broadway. Mrs. M. J.
Shaw, matron. 2-l-3t
"The Fashion Center"
Mrs. Robinson and Miss Annie Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, of Baltimore, have arrived in
Ocala and are comfortably located at
the home of Mrs. Creson. Mrs. Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Miss Robinson for several
years have spent their winters in
Ocala and it is with pleasure that
their friends welcome them again.
FOR SALE Will sell four cottages in
Ocala at specially attractive prices
if sold at once; well located and in
good repair; rentals pay handsome handsomely
ly handsomely on investment. Will sell one or
all. Address P. O. Box 45G, Tampa,
FOR SALE Fifty White Leghorn
hens and pullets, at a dollar apiece.
George Adams, Route A, Ocala.
phone 39M. 30-tf
WANTED Woman to do general
house work at once. Apply No. 230
Dougherty St., or Anthony road. 3t
A Large Shipment of Beautiful
Arrived This Week.
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
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
JACK KING'S COMEDIANS
Biggest, Best and Cleanest Cut Show on the Road, Featuring
The Boy Who Has Made Millions Laugh
25 PEOPLE: 25 NINE-PIECE ORCHESTRA
At the $10,000 Tent Theater Beautiful
Monday Night, a Four Act Play Entitled
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS, GOOD SINGING, GOOD
DANCING, GOOD MUSIC, FUNNY COMEDIANS
ADMISSION 25c. and 40c. including war tax. Reserved seats, 20c. in including
cluding including war tax.
CUT OUT. THIS COUPON
This ticket will admit one lady free
when accompanied with one paid ad admission
mission admission Monday night.
Ladies Free Monday
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LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
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 Gernant.
nant. Gernant. 12-tf
WANTED Good horse and wagon
wanted. Write as to condition of
wagon and age of horse. P. O. Box
504, Ocala. l-3t
THE AVERAGE public hath 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. Ct
FOR SALE Violin cello, strung and
in excellent condition; good bow. An
unusual bargain at $25. Mrs. B. G.
Cole, 402 E. Fifth street. 24-tf
GUARANTEED EGGS We deliver
weekly to customers fresh eggs
guaranteed at the retail market
price. Why buy eggs of unknown
origin and uncertain age? A letter
or card will bring good ones. J. E.
Baxter, Route A, Ocala, Box. 73. 3t
AUTO TOPS We are prepared to
furnish high grade auto tops on
short notice and at reasonable
prices. Phone 258. Quick Service
Auto Top Co. (next to Dixie High Highway
way Highway Garage) West Broadway. 31-tf
WANTED Parties wishing to dispose
of unused return tickets to Chicago,
communicate with "H. R.," care the
Star office. 31-3t
WANTED Young man wishes posi position;
tion; position; good bookkeeper and steno stenographer.
grapher. stenographer. Can. furnish best of ref references
erences references and start work at once. Ad Address
dress Address "R" care Star office. 31-Gt
Pretty new designs for spring and summer
wear. Spring is just around the corner and Febru February
ary February is a good month to prepare for hot weather
To stimulate February sewing these goods
will go on sale Saturday and Monday at half the
For Saturday and Monday
February 4th and 6th
These Goods at
About 40 Pieces to Select From
" The Fashion Center
Good opportunity for ambitious
young women. Address Dr. Marvin
Smith's Sanitarium, Jacksonville,
ii Safe, Sound Stock
12 per cent.
FOR RENT One floor unfurnished
on Oklawaha; close in; rent reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Phone 501Y. 31-6t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment;
two bed rooms, dining room and
kitchen; bath room, hall and porch.
Apply to Mrs. R. Ragsdale, at 24
Ray street, or phone 530. 31-Gt
FOR SALE Eight per cent notes for
1200, part of purchase money; se secured
cured secured by mortgage and two good
endorsers; fire insurance payable
to mortgagee. If you want to buy,
address Box 444, Ocala, Fla. 2-Gt
A Florida Corporation en encaged
caged encaged in an essential industry
and the largest of its kind in
the United States, will sell a
limited amount of its 8
preferred shares (with com common
mon common stock bonus) on a basis
to net the investor about 12
per cent. For further partic particulars,
ulars, particulars, address
P. 0. BOX 4284
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Apply at No. 120 North
Sanchez street. 19-tf
WANTED Young ladies to take a
standard nurses training course.
They must have had four years
high school work or its equivalent.
Will Radium at Last
Open the Door ot
the Great Unknown?
If you are sick and want to Get Well
and Keep Well, write for literature
that Tells How and Why this almost
unknown and wonderful new element
brings relief to so many sufferers
from Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout,
Neuritis, Neuralgia, Nervous Prostra Prostration,
tion, Prostration, High Blood Pressure and diseases
of the Stomach, Heart, Lungs, Liver,
Kidneys and other ailments. You wear
this Radio-Active Solar Pad day and
night, receiving the Radio-Active
Rays continuously into your system,
causing a healthy circulation, over overcoming
coming overcoming sluggishness, throwing off im impurities
purities impurities and restoring the tissues and
nerves to a normal condition and the
next thing vou know you are getting
Sold on a test proposition. You are
thoroughly satisfied it is helping you
before the appliance is yours. Nothing
to do but wear it. No trouble or ex expense,
pense, expense, and the most wonderful fact
about the appliance is that it is sold
so reasonably that it is within the
reach of all, both rich and poor.
No matter how bad your ailment, or
how long standing, we will be pleased
to have you try it atbur risk- For
full information write today not to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Radium Appliance Sales Co.,
Box 412, Ocala, Fla., or phone 506 and
representative will call on you. Adv.
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for
Marion County, In Chancery.
Anthony Special Tax School District
Xo. 35 of ilarion County, Florida,
Petitioner, vs. the State of Florida,
To the Tax Payers and Citizens of An Anthony
thony Anthony Special Tax School District
Xo. 35, of Marion County, Florida:
You are hereby notified that on the
17th day of January, 1922, Anthony
.pttciai Tax School District No. 35, of
Marion county, Florida, filed a petition
In the circuit court of the fifth judicial
ironic of Florida, in and for Marion
county, in chancery, against the state
: Florida, to determine the authority
the said district to incur a bonded
i.bt. and the legality of all proceed proceeding
ing proceeding had or taken in connection there therewith,
with, therewith, aaid bonded debt desired to be in incurred
curred incurred by said district being1-as fol fol-d.vs:
d.vs: fol-d.vs: Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00)
in bonds of said district, bearing seven
P r cent interest per annum from their
:ue. interest payable semi-annually,
all of said bonds to be dated January 1,
maturing a3 follows:
iSOuO.OO of said bonds to be due
and payable ten years from their
' 5000.00 of said bonds to be due
an I payable twenty years from
both principal end interest of said
jr.ds to be payable at the county de de-pository
pository de-pository of Marion county. Florida, or
wherever the board of public instruc instruction
tion instruction of said county may designate at
.he time of the issuance of the said
Therefore, you are hereby notified
that pursuant to Sections 32S6 to 3302.
inclusive, of the Revised General Sta Sta-:vvs
:vvs Sta-:vvs of Florida, the judge of the circuit
: rt of the fifth judicial circuit of
" r' ''. It: fsTvi for Marion county, on
the 17th day of January, 1922. issued an
order to the state attorney of the fifth
j .iiciai circuit of Florida, requiring
'.r. to show cause, if any cause he
might have, before the judge of said
?oart in the circuit court room, in the
.V irion county court house, Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
l.'Wh Iay of February, 1922,
at ten o'clock a. m., why said bonds
sh )uM not be validated and confirmed,
and at the same time and place. YOUi
ARE ALSO HEREBY NOTIFIED to
show cause, if any you may hare, why
sail bonds above described should not
be so validated and confirmed.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 17th day of January, 122.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER JR., i
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
By R. K. BATTS, D. C.
HOCKER & MARTIN,
Petitioners Solicitors. 1-ll-Tnurs
Sugar Cane Syrup,
Tall Pink Salmon
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
two cakes .'
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
purina cow chow,
purina scratch feed
purina calf chow,
purina pig chow.
A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED. We so solicit
licit solicit your patronage
O Be Joyful
Day Dream Toilet Water only atj
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. It's Hie
most speedy remedy we know.
Free air and a man to put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. 1:. tf
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