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WEATHER FORECAST .Mostly cloudy tonight and Saturday probably rain Saturday in extreme north portion; warmer tonight. TEMPERATURES T" morning, 49; thia afternoon, 72.
Sun rises tomorrow, 7:10; seta, 6:12. OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. IS
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ADTO LICEIISE LAD
Mr. E. C. Bennett, secretary of the
Marion County Fair Association, re received
ceived received this morning the following dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Tampa:
Marion won third on county ex exhibits,
hibits, exhibits, first on small grain and forage
crops, first on creamery and dairy,
first on manufacturers and varied in industries,
dustries, industries, third on display of syrups;
and besides these, sixteen blues, six sixteen
teen sixteen reds and eight whites on individ individual
ual individual entries. Gist and Beuchler clean cleaned
ed cleaned up. K. C. Moore.
E. C. Beuchler, Anthony Farms,
was awarded first grand champion championship
ship championship for black Angus bull; first and
second grand championships on Hol Hol-stein
stein Hol-stein cow; first, second and third on
Holstein herd; first, second and third
on Holstein calves; first on jack; first
and second on two-year-old Percheon
horses; first on one to three-year-old
W. M. Gist of Mcintosh, second
grand championship on Poland China
hogs, and four blue ribbons on Poland
Marion also captured many blue
ribbons for individual exhibits in the
PREPARING TO REMOVE
EXHIBITS TO ORLANDO
Messrs. J. C. Johnson and E. C.
Bennett left yesterday for Orlando, to
arrange for the Marion county exhibit
at the South Florida Mid-Winter Fair.
They expect to spend a day at the
big Tampa fair before returning
home. Mr. Joe W. Davis has been in
Orlando for several days making pre preliminary
liminary preliminary arangements. for this ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. NEW DEPARTMENT AT THE
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
Mr. Harvey Clark, the hustling pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the O. K. Teapot Grocery,
always on the lookout for what is
best in his line of business, is arrang arranging
ing arranging to open a cash and carry depart department
ment department in his retail grocery store at
the corner of Fort King and South
Main street, The entrance to the cash
and carry department will be the cor-.
ner door, while the next one south on
Main street will be the entrance to the
The O. K. Teapot has passed its
thirtieth birthday and has always
been among the leading grocery
stores of the city. Mr. Clark says
that while there are many who prefer
the cash and carry system of mer
chandising, there are also many cus
tomers who prefer the delivery sys
tern, and in order to satisfy every
body, as has been his custom in his
many years' experience, he will con
tinue both departments.
The cash and carry department is
now being arranged and will be open
for business on Saturday, February
18th. See their advertising announce
ment elsewhere in today's paper.
CONNOR HOME AT NORTH
LAKE WEIR BURNED
The C. E. Connor home at North
Lake Weir was entirely destroyed by
fire yesterday afternoon. At the time
the place was occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Brown of Ohio. The only thing
that was saved was the piano. The
origin of the fire is unknown and no
further details have been learned.
This place was one of the old land landmarks
marks landmarks of Lake Weir and was known
as the Eagleton place. Mr. C. E.
Connor has owned the place for a
number of years. The location is one
of the prettiest and the house was
surrounded by fine old oaks and or orange
ange orange trees. It had sheltered many a
guest and many a picnic party has
been held there. Mr. and Mrs. Con Connor
nor Connor during their residence there were
the spirit of hospitality and it will be
with regret that Ocala people will
hear of the fire. The house was part partly
ly partly covered by insurance.
PROGRESS OF THE
WOODROW WILSON FUND
Mr. W. T. Gary informs the Star
that up-to-date the amount contribut contributed
ed contributed in Ocala for the Woodrow Wilson
fund amounts to $124, given by the
T. P. Drake, Niel Ferguson, W. W.
Stripling, C. L. Collins, Alfred Ayer,
Rush H. Todd, John H. Taylor, W. T.
Gary, Sidney Haile, Mrs. B. T. Perdue
and Mr. Colby.
In the last two days, Judge Futch
has tied two nuptial knots one for
Mr. J. W. Nichols and Miss Myrtle
Lisk of Summerfield; the other for
Mr. L. V. Labadie and Miss Irene
Morlan, both from Michigan.
CONFIDENT OF A
Reassuring Letter of President Hard
ing to the Farmers of
Crookston, Minn., Feb. 10. Presi
dent Harding, in a letter today read
to the farmers attending the agricul agricultural
tural agricultural show here, declared the general
industrial and business situation now
was such as to justify confidence
that the country was well past the
worst phase of the agricultural chises. )
Among other things, the president
said: "I am recording my firm belief
that an era of better business and
more prosperous times for the entire
commercial establishment of the coun
try lies just ahead of us."
HONOR ROLL OF OCALA
GRAMMAR AND HIGH SCHOOL
The following pupils maintained an
average oi yo in attendance ana
punctuality, 90 in deportment and 90
in each subject for the fourth month
which ended Jan. 27.
Low 4, Room 1: Elsie Burnett,
Katie Lou Rivers, Flora McKay, Pau Pauline
line Pauline Williams, Alvin Chace.
Low 4, Room 2: Lawrence Edwards,
Orpie Melin, Mary Sheppard.
High 4: Thelma Clayton, Katherine
Griffin, Lucile Smith, Wilhemina
Greene, Mary Borde, Essie Haseldon,
Wilfred Ausley, Louis Harsh, Jesse
Riles, Leslie Driggers, Bernard Mc-
Caskill, Joseph Parker, Lyle Brogdon.
Low 5: Eva Brooks, Margaret
Christensen, Walter Preer.
High 5: William Edwards, Ulmer
Savage, Paul Theus, Virgil Whaley,
Josephine Clark, Elizabeth Dickson,
Low 6, Room 1: John Borden, Har
ry Clarkson, Dasibel Clement, Audrey
Condrey, Lois Enzian, Gladys Hales,
Low 6, Room 2: Lillian Leak.
Low 7: William Drake, Harry Mc Mc-David,
David, Mc-David, Dora Burnett, Anita Chazal,
Lucretia Hocker, Lucile Home, Willie
Huckaby, Amy Long, Babette Peyser,
Johnnie Lou Potter, Mamie Sue Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, Johanna Tobleske.
Low 8, Room 1: Margaret Dalzell,
Fanita Cobb, Louise Clement, Jean
Bitting, Pinckney Clement.
Low 8, Room 2: Paul Ashworth,
Myra Baxter, Maude Gary, Mabel
High School: Karl Henderly, Irene
Cam, Edith Edwards.
Semester Honor Roll
Low 4, Room 1: Elsie Burnett.
Low 4, Room 2: Orfie Melin, Mary
High 5: Elizabeth Dickson.
Low 6, Room 1: Harry Clarkson,
Daisibel Clement, Gladys Hales, King Kingman'
man' Kingman' Cole.
Low 6, Room 2: Lillian Leak.
Low 7: Dora Burnett, Lucretia
Hocker, Lucile Home, Willie Hucka Huckaby,
by, Huckaby, Amy Long, Johnnie Lou Potter,
Mamie Sue Spencer.
Low 8: Paul Ashworth, Myra Bax
ter, Maude Gary, Maber-Tobleske.
High School: Marjorie Burnett,
Edith Edwards, Margaret Hocker,
Wilson Pierce, Karl Henderly.
CASH IN ON THIS
We will put on sale Saturday morn morning
ing morning the 11th fifty (50) $25 coupon
books for $22.50. The coupons will be
good for $25 in trade at the Self -Serve
department. This is a ten per cent
discount and you of course, get the
benefit of the cash and carry prices
which is another ten per cent discount.
Don't pass this by, get your coupon
book. First come first served! only
fifty books to be sold.
2-10-2t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
Romeo, Feb. 10. Mr. Claude Mc Mc-Cully,
Cully, Mc-Cully, teacher of Buck Pond school,
spent the week-end at home.
Miss Effie Wiggins was the week weekend
end weekend guest of Mrs. J. J. Clary.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brass were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Brass, near Dunnellon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Morgan made a
business trip to Inglis Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Markham are
moving into our community.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Parsons were
Sunday guests of Mrs. Porter Potts.
Mr. Newton Hale of Gainesville was
the guest of Mr. J. J. Clark Sunday.
Mr. Lawton Priest was a Sunday
caller on Miss Bessie Wiggins.
-An English statesman says the
League of Nations has given up a
great deal. But not the ghost.
House Ways and Means Committee
Practically Decides on Taxes To
Raise Money to Pay The
Washington, Feb. 10. Reaching a
final agreement on the soldiers' bonus
tax program, the House ways and
means sub-committee decided today
against a tax on bank checks. The
program was not made public but it
was stated authoritatively with the
exception of the bank check tax it is
substantially the same as that given
out last night. This program included
a one cent per gallon tax on gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, 25 cents per horsepower on au automobiles,
tomobiles, automobiles, $5 per $1000 on real estate
transfers, increased documentary
stamps, double the present ten per
cent tax on admissions where the
charge exceeds 25 cents, an increase
of 50 cents per thousand on cigarettes
and an increase of two cents on chew chewing
ing chewing and smoking tobacco.
PRESENTED BY. THE PRESIDENT
The president is expected to present
i pei son to the Senate this afternoon
the treaties resulting from the arms
conference, between three and four
Basing its main appeal on the typi
cal Spanish romantic life, the 1922
production of the Masqueraders of
the University of Florida, will shortly
be presented throughout the entire
state or Florida. Spanish Mights, a
musical play in three acts, has appro
priately been chosen as the title of
this production, for it cannot be said
to deal with any one phase of the life
which it aims to portray.
The setting of the play is in Barce
lona, Spain. This city is situated in
the province of Catalonia. It is here
that the plot of the play has been laid.
It deals with the love affair of a rich
Argentine cowboy, Don Julio, who
visits Spain with his deceased father's
overseer, to dispose of cattle and land
holdings. He falls in love with Dona
Dolores, the beautiful young daugh
ter of the keeper of "La Posada Vie
ja," an old inn which is headquarters
for "Los Bolos," a notorious band of
thieves. The many phases of life and
adventures that take place in and
about the old inn have all been woven
into a fascinating story. The setting
of "La Posada Vieja" has been closely
modeled on the actual appearance of
the old Spanish posadas which are to
be found throughout Spain and Latin
America. The music of the play is all
of the Spanish tempo, and has been
taken mostly from the opera Carmen.
The costumes, which were all created
in the Masquerader's studios tinder
the direction of expert modists and
artists, and the lighting effects all
completely harmonize to produce an
effect which will appeal to the artistic
tastes of even the most fastidious.
"Spanish Nights" will play in the
Temple theater on Feb. 17, 1922. Seat
sale starts Feb. 15, at Ocala.
CLEARWATER HOTEL GIVES
EACH GUEST LOCAL PAPER
Clearwater, Jan. 10. A local hotel
has announced that each patron of its
dining room at dinner each night will
find at his place a copy of the Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Evening Sun purchased by the
hotel and given to the dinner guest
free of charge. It is the revival of
the custom of a restaurant in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, which until it closed some
years ago, gave each breakfast patron
for many years a copy of the Florida
Blitchton, Feb. 8. Mrs. Janie
Hiers of Chester, S. C, is the guest
of her cousin, Mrs. Dollie Blitch.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ramsey and Miss
Eloise Ramsey of Gainesville were
visitors last week.
Our young people serenaded Mr.
and Mrs. Burgess Saturday night.
The crowd was invited in and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served.
Mr. John Triplett of Irvine and Mr.
Milton Dunning of Gainesville spent
Mr. Drew Godwin, who is teaching
at Candler, spent the week-end at
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Rankin and
party from North Carolina called to today.
day. today. Mrs. Dollie Blitch, Mrs. Janie Hiers
and Messrs. Loon is and Fenton Blitch
were shopping in Ocala Tuesday.
Miss Geneva McCully of Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship was the guest of Miss Lillian
Rev. Burnette of Williston preach preached
ed preached at the Baptist church Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mrs. Burnett led in the sing singing,
ing, singing, accompanied by Rev. Burnette.
State is Bringing Up Fresh Forces To
Combat Writ of Habeas Corpus
For Confidence Men
Fort Lauderdale, Feb. 10. The
hearing on the habeas corpus writ in
an attempt to obtain release of the
alleged confidence men, being conduct
ed here today before Circuit Judge
Davis, recessed until this afternoon to
allow the state attorney to examine
the writ issued yesterday.
Henry Campbell, of St. Petersburg,
who said he was acting at the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of Governor Hardee, telegraphed
today for photographs of the prison prisoners,
ers, prisoners, stating he was fleeced out of
$5000 at Orlando last November. A.
H. Van Pelt, of Farmingdale, L. I.,
appeared today and reported he was
fleeced out of $15,000 at Daytona April
20, 1920. He has been searching for
his victimizers for two years, and has
photographs of them.
The bureau of criminal investiga investigation,
tion, investigation, Washington, today ordered the
postal inspector here to send photo photographs
graphs photographs of the prisoneers to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Postmaster General Hays, now
at Miami, is expected to attend the
hearing this afternoon as a spectator.
HAVE YOU SENT IN A NAME?
Have you sent in a name for the ice
cream made by the Marion County
Creamery? The creamery puts out
an excellent ice cream and wants a
name for this product, one that is at attractive,
tractive, attractive, one that is descriptive and
easily remembered. The creamery
offers a prize of ten dollars for such
a name. When sending in your sug suggestion
gestion suggestion sign your letter with a ficti fictitious
tious fictitious name and then enclose in an en envelope
velope envelope your real name and on the out outside
side outside write the fictitious name used.
A person is not limited to one name,
but the above regulations must be
complied with for each. These names
should be addressed to the "Contest
Department, Marion County Cream Creamery
ery Creamery Company, Ocala, Fla." and should
be in before noon of Feb. 15th. Don't
forget the time and the address in
sending in your name.
WOODMEN, PAY ATTENTION
Regular monthly meeting of Fort
King Camp, Woodmen of the World,
will take place this evening. All sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns take notice and be present.
Some matters of importance will be
brought up if the size of the crowd
makes it worth while.
Mrs. Philip Murphy returned yes
terday from Palatka, where she went
Tuesday morning to attend an execu
tive board meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the American Legion.
Messrs. Thom & Thomas, represen
tatives of the E. A. Strout Farm
Agency, have recently sold to Mr. J
D. Moon of North Carolina, the brick
store building in North Ocala former formerly
ly formerly owned by Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss.
This property was bought for an in investment.
vestment. investment. Mrs. Munroe and daughter, Miss
Bangs of New York city, have arrived
in Ocala for a visit to Mrs. Munroe's
mother, Mrs. J. M. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tucker and
Mrs. Tucker's mother, Mrs. Coody,
returned yesterday from a week's stay
in Tampa, where they enjoyed the
Major Lancaster is sitting up to today
day today for the first time is over a week.
This will be good news to the major's
Dispatch received this morning,
from Montgomery announces that Mr.
J. M. Thomas, at present in that city,
and who has been ill for the past two
or three weeks, is somewhat better.
This is good news for the friends of
Mr. Thomas, who greatly regret his
A small band of clever musicians,
the Kaloma Hawaiians, are making
their headquarters at the Rialto Cafe,
where they play during meal hours.
They have excellent instruments and
fine voices, and will be glad to fill
engagements for dances and other en entertainments.
tertainments. entertainments. The Friday morning auction club
held a very pleasant meeting this
morning at the home of Mrs. Jack
Camp. After an interesting game of
auction, a light luncheon was served.
Our idea of a mean low tempera temperature
ture temperature is one that will freeze the water
Nothing in a show window so en enraptures
raptures enraptures a fair shopper as the mirror
at the back of the window.
Big American Schooner Herbert May
Aground With Her Back
Key West, Feb. 10. The three three-masted
masted three-masted American schooner Herbert
May, with a lumber cargo, was lost
near Marquesas, thirty miles from
Key West, according to the captain
who was brought here late last night
by a fishing smack. The vessel went
cground in thirteen feet of water and
broke her back when she struck. The
crew landed on Marquesas. Vessels
from here have gone for them.
Great Majority of Men Kidnaped
Tuesday Night Yet Held
London, Feb. 10. (By Associated
Press). It was announced in the
house of commons today that Premier
Lloyd George had notified Michael
Collins, head of the Irish provisional
government, that the kidnappings in
Ireland showed the necessity of the
presence of British troops in Ulster.
It was reported from both Dublin
and Belfast that many of the men
kidnaped in Ulster would be released
today but none except those who
reached their homes yesterday as re recounted
counted recounted in previous dispatches are yet
know to be free and the whereabouts
of the captives is still a mystery.
TROUBLE IN CORK
Bork, Feb. 10. (By the Associated
Press). Dissatisfied with the terms
of settlement Irish railway strike
group workmen marched into Cork
station today, seized it and all trains.
No opposition had been offered up to
FEDERAL OFFICERS STIRRED
UP HOT BED OF SMUGGLERS
Carrabelle, Feb. 10. With the seiz seizure
ure seizure here recently of the yacht Cres Crescent
cent Crescent City, federal officials believe they
have found a hot bed of the liquor
smuggling activities between British
island possessions and this country.
Herbert Stokes, alias "Sand," alleged
to be the leader of a wnisky running
gang, was arrested at Apalachicola,
and M. A. Carn, alias "South," was
arrested at Miami.
Federal officials have been active in
these parts for several weeks. They
first noticed .the activity of fishermen
when certain boats came into port.
According to the officials, the gang
headed by Stokes, operated an effi efficient
cient efficient line of trucks between this sec section
tion section and Atlanta, with the Crescent
City bringing the liquor into port.
The vessel's cargo was quickly un unloaded
loaded unloaded under the protection of the
night, they charge, and the waiting
trucks scurried away to the Georgia
A further search among the wooded
recesses of Crooked River, the officials
assert, disclosed many treasure laden
boats, apparently having received
their cargo from larger boats at sea
and then hidden in the fastnesses of
the swamp lands.
SANTA ROSA FARMERS
PRODUCED MUCH WOOL
Milton, Feb. 10. The farmers of
this vicinity this week are marketing
approximately 100,00 pounds of wool
at what is considered a very good
price and are busy hauling the pro product
duct product to the railroad station here for
shipment. A concern in Mobile has
purchased the greater part of the
Santa Rosa county clip and it is un understood
derstood understood paid an average of twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five cents a pound for it.
Turner Farm, Feb. 9. Mr. Harvey
Waldron and sister, Mabel,
shopping in Citra Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Cheshire were vis
itors and shoppers in Lochloosa Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Mrs. A. W. Wells and Mrs. B. Che
shire went to Citra Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Cheshire visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cheshire Sun
Those attending the sing at the
home of the Misses Harper Sunday
night were Messrs. Ralph and Omar,
Ergle, Maxie Cochran, Harvey Wal Waldron,
dron, Waldron, Virgil Smith, Hoyt Simmons,
Misses Gladys Boyles, Mabel and Jo
sephine Waldron, Lela Smith, Ger
trude John and Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Mrs. L. R. Brown and children bf
Lochloosa were visitors of Mrs. J- T.
Mr. W. W. John had the misfortune
to lose his horse Wednesday.
Citizens of Okmnlgee Enraged By
Action of Superior Court Judge
and County Attorney
Okmulgee, Okla, Feb. 10 Petition!
requesting that a new grand jury be
called to replace the one discharged
yesterday by Superior Judge Christo Christopher
pher Christopher on the ground that it was illegal illegally
ly illegally drawn, and to investigate the af affairs
fairs affairs of the defunct Bank of Com Commerce
merce Commerce of Okmulgee, are being checked
by officials today to determine' wheth whether
er whether they carried the required number
of legal signatures. The petitions
were filed after a mass meeting at
which the action of Judge Christopher
in discharging the grand jury was de denounced
nounced denounced and his immediate resigna resignation
tion resignation demanded. The meeting follow followed
ed followed a demonstration in superior court
where spectators applauded an attack
upon a decision of County Attorney
Hepburn and some spectators shouted
"Take him out and hang him," re referring
ferring referring to the judge.
No statement was made by Judge
Christopher, whose friends said he
had left the city. Attorney Hepburn
was silent and declined to comment
on the demonstration last night when
300 white robed Kuklux klansmen
paraded through the streets with him
in their midst.
ON CAPITAL REMOVAL
Palatka, Feb. 8.-rPalatka is deter determined
mined determined to push the campaign for re removal
moval removal of the state capital from Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee to some point nearer the center
of population of Florida and to this
end the local chamber of commerce
has increased the membership of its
capital removal committee from five
to seven and announced that it is
ready to go to work with a vim.
Members of the local organiation
point out that capital removal, which
is expetced to be an issue at the next
meeting of the legislature, will depend
largely upon the personnel of -' the
state law making body, a majority of
the members of which will be elected
this year, and it is planned to ascer ascertain
tain ascertain the viewpoints of candidates on
the question before the election is held
with the expectation that advocates of
removal will support candidates in
favor of the proposal.
INVESTS IN FLORIDA SOIL
West Palm Beach, Feb. 10. A local
real estate concern acting for E. W.
Thompson, of Peoria, 111., a winter
visitor here, has sold to L. Hugli, of
the Sterling Syndicate, of Geneva,
Switzerland, 21,000 acres of land in
the Otter Creek tract on the Seaboard
Air Line in Levy county. Hugli made
a large fortune in Switzerland during
the war and is making heavy invest investments
ments investments in the United States. On one
of his visits to this country recently
he came to Florida, investigated the
possibilities of the state and returned
home. He expects to return to the
United States in the near future and
bring with him a number of Swiss
dairymen to be colonized on the Levy
county holdings he has purchased.
Fairfield, Feb. 8. After the bad,
rainy weather for the past week ev
eryone is enjoying the sunshine.
Mr. Brothers and wife of Reddick
were in our burg Saturday.
Miss Leila Jones of Gainesville and
Mrs. Winnie Reynolds are spending
a few days with Miss Annie Mixson
Mr., Foster Rou of Lowell was a
Mrs. Milton Jones of Arcadia is
visiting at the home of Mr. J. A.
Mr. J. E. Rhodes was married to;
Miss Maude Rowell of Micanopy last
Saturday. Mr. Rhodes is working
for the Whittington Company and he
and his bride will live in the old Jer- j
The members of the Presbyterian
and Methodist churches had a box
supper Friday night, for the purpose
of raising funds to repair their meet meeting
ing meeting houses. They realized 48.
Miss Lutie Mae Tiner has given up
her position in Dunnellon and is with
her mother, Mrs. B. S. Jennings, at attending
tending attending school now.
Ada Jeraigan was on the sick list
last week, but we are glad to report
her able to be out again.
Mr. F. E. Smoak of Flemington
passed through our burg Tuesday on
his way to Ocala.
Soon we shall forget this trivial
discussion of empires and turn again
to the more vital matter of umpires.
So Rules the State Supreme Court la
a Decision Handed Down
. Tallahassee, Feb. 10. The state
supreme court today upheld the con constitutionality
stitutionality constitutionality of the new state auto automobile
mobile automobile license tax law.: The decision
was rendered in the case of L. S.
Bonstel of Dade county. Bo-std,
which attacking especially the section
relating to. heavy motor trucks, had
the action so designed that it attacked
the entire law.
IN PUTNAM COUNTY
Reported Held in Convict Camp Ey
Colored Over White Prisoners,
And Law Otherwise Violated.
Palatka, Feb. 10. Members of the
board of commissioners of Putnam
county announced today that a special
committee of board members had
been appointed to investigate the
charges that negro convicts at a Put Putnam
nam Putnam county convict camp had held
kangaroo courts over white prisoner,
sentenced them to pay a small sum Cf
money for the purchase of tobacco for
other prisoners and upon failure to
pay had ordered the white prisoners
whipped. The committee will report
at a special meeting of the board to
be held sometime next 'week.' Also
it is charged that white and. negro
prisoners are confined in the same
cage in violation of state law which
requires that the races be separated.
FOB NEW SMYRNA
New Smyrna, Feb. 10. Construc
tion of the three-story Masonic tem temple
ple temple here which will cost approximate approximately
ly approximately 45,000 has been begun by a local
concern which was awarded the coa
tract. The structure will be at the the-corner
corner the-corner of Orange and Canal streets..
The first floor will be composed of
store rooms, to be rented to merch merchants,
ants, merchants, the second floor of office for
professional men and others, and the
third floor for use by the Masonic or
A HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Knoblock enter
tained a party of young folks last Fri
day night. The party was given ia
honor of Mrs. M. P. Knofclock's
twenty-second birthday. The guests
enjoyed the first part of the evening
playing cards and other games in the
sitting room, which was beautifully
decorated with Boston ferns. After Afterwards
wards Afterwards they fished for partners and
were led into the dining room, deco decorated
rated decorated with ferns and geraniums, and
there enjoyed refreshments consist consisting
ing consisting of cake and ambrosia. The birth
day cake was decorated with fern and
twenty-two lighted pink candles.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Knoblock, Miss Mildred
Manning of Knoblock, Misses Avis
and Inabelle Scarborough of Knob Knoblock,
lock, Knoblock, Miss Mixson of Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Nettles of Ocala, Messrs.
Criso Padgett, Brence Burke of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Mr. Rhett Dantzler of Ocala,
Mr. Earl Turnipseed, of Martin and
Mr. Scarborough and sons of Knob Knoblock.
lock. Knoblock. All reported a nice time. Those
present hope they will have the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of going to another one soon.
J. J. LUFFMAN
At his home near Oak, Jan. 22th,
the gentle spirit of J. J. Luff man was
released from its earthly tenement
and passed into the great future into
which only the eyes of faith, can per
ceive a greater life than this.
The deceased enjoyed his seventy seventy-first
first seventy-first birthday last New Year's day. He
leaves a devoted wife, three sons and
four daughters to miss the kindly
deeds and gentle words of a husband
and father. 'Interment was made ia
Anthony cemetery in the presence cf
a large number of relatives and
As we bid our loved one rest, wa
sincerely express to our friends wlio
so willingly rendered assistance, our
In loving remembrance.
Pennie E. Luifman.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our neighbors
and friends for the kindness shows
during the illness and death of our
dear husband and father. May God
bless them' one and all.
Mrs. J. J. Luff man, 'Mr. and Mrs.
C. M.-Luffman, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Luff-tan, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lcffins-,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rahmes, Xfr. ard
Mrs. W. O. Carpenter, Mr. and Sirs.
J. T. Etty, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cook.
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railroad men say the main objection
to this is that they already have en-
gines and cars for service on the
short lines, and it would be consider
able additional expense to buy new-
gasoline equipment; also, they have
no reason to believe the ga.s-d riven
cars would be any better patronized
than the steam trains are now. The
fact is that it is only a matter of time
before the improved highway and the
auto knocks out the short-run train.
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Some people's idea of saving time
seems to be to put it in cold storage.
Every American has a right to life,
liberty and the pursuit of scrappi-
Governor Hardee has taken the Boy
Scout oath. The governor always
was a good scout.
The mayor of Los Angeles defends
the movie colony in his city. It seems
to need defending.
Office of the Evening Star,
Ocala, Fla., Feb. 9, 1922.
Mr. J. B. Gaines,
Assistant Attorney General,
State of Florida:
Dear Sir: Your letter received and
contents printed. The Star has so far
expressed no opinion on the matter
of capitol improvement, except that
the officials at Tallahassee should
comply strictly with the law; an opin
ion which you can hardly dissent trom.
Mr. Hampton, as a friend, a fellow
citizen and lawyer engaged in a case
of public interest, has the right to ex
press himself on said case, and u l
think what he says or writes will De
of interest to the Star's readers I will
make a mistake if I do not give him
reasonable space for his utterances.
You and Mr. Buford, also friends and
fellow citizens, also have the right to
express yourselves on matters of pub
ic interest, and can always have
space in this paper to do so.
Trying a case in the courts and not
in the newspapers is a fine sentiment,
but this is an entirely public matter
and not a jury trial, so it is, in my
opinion, entirely proper for the peo
ple to be kept fully advised of it as
it goes along. Respectfully,
J. H. Benjamin, Editor Star.
Jazz may be dying. We suppose
the lively kicking it is doing means
it is in its last agonies.
A well known man, who has travel
ed much, says that risque stories are
going out of fashion. Wonder where
they are keeping him shut up.
An apple a day may keep the doctor
away, but it sure won't keep a snake
away: look at poor Mother Eve. Phil
Armstrong in Times-Union.
Better look at Adam's apple.
Florida might use the too-ripe to
matoes on tourists who exclaim every
rainy day, "So this is Florida weath
er!" Jacksonville Metropolis.
She'd have to hit some of the na
If Evelyn Nesbit -ex-Thaw doesn't
quit trying to commit suicide, she
will succeed some day; and then when
she comes to in Gehenna, it will not
do her any good to say, "I didn't go
lo do it."
One of those canned editorials, that
we clipped recently to use as the best
oart of a patent medicine sandwich,
ooked mighty familiar to us, and on
studying it closely we found that we
wrote it ourself about three months
Mr. P. V. Leavengood of the Star,
returning from Tampa, reports the
South Florida Fair the best he ever
saw. He says he can't conceive of any
dinner of the Gridiron Club being
more fun than the annual press break
That man who invented a safety
machine with which a man can cut
his hair is denying to man every ex
cuse for attending regular talk fests
We know one man the barbers
never try to talk to. He's deaf.
There is only one way to pay a sol
diers' bonus and that is by taxing ev
erybody. St. Petersburg Independent
Yes; and if it hadn't been for the
rapidity with which the American
soldiers did their work, everybody
would be far more heavily taxed than
they are now.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star February 10, 1902)
Dr. Walter Hood thinks the new
horse he recently purchased trom
Liddon & Company is about as fine
as he ever owner, and he knows a
good horse when he sees one.
Mr. Charles Leitner left yesterday
for Bartow, where he will enter into
his new scholarship at the South
Florida Military Institute which he
won in a large competitive examina
W. J. Chambers will move in his
new residence on Fort King this week
and workmen will at once begin work
on Horton Hall, which he will vacate
for the occupancy of Col. W. N. Camp.
Mr. Weihe will move soon from the
Buckalew residence and Mclver &
MacKay have the contract for mov
ing it to the west corner of the lot
and put it in elegant repair. This
place will be occupied by Mr. Jack
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star February 10, 1912)
The following information concern
ing the high school was given in a
paper by Mr. L. W. Duval before the
Woman's Club. Just compare the
high school then and now: Number
of pupils in high school, 70; number
of teachers, including principal, three;
value of building, $12,000; number of
pupils in school, 600.
Mr. T. J. Killebrew, the druggist,
who has been with Dr. William An Anderson
derson Anderson for the past two years, has ac
cepted a position with Mr. J. J. Gerig
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Bishop Gray will preach at the
Episcopal church Sunday night.
It's the Star's opinion that alliance
of the Woman's Club, Rotary Club,
Board of Trade, American Legion and
other Ocala organizations, to work
together for civic improvement, is one
of the best moves made in this city in
a long time. That it will double the
power of the combined organizations
for progress and understanding is a
George Mathews of the Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Sentinel, takes Benjamin of
the Ocala Star into his confidence and
'tells him: "While a young man we
never held a girl's hand, nor tried to
kiss one." Found at last! The orig original"
inal" original" Kissless Kid. Tampa Tribune,
v G.re set for himself a high stand standard,
ard, standard, but one, we fear, a little too much
'to one side.
A party of five tourists spent a
restless night in a frail craft off Eg-
mont Key lighthouse. It was a Sun
day fishing party and that may have
had something todo with their ill
luck. They were rescued when' in a
perilous position and declare they
have lost their taste for fish forever.
Huh. We know a Sunday fishing
party that caught seventy-five fine
ones, and invited a newspaper man
to help eat them Sunday night.
The secretary of the Board of Trade
informs us that the idea of gasoline
cars on the "short runs of the Coast
Line was suggested by R. I. Tracy,
principal of the Hernando school. The
When Mrs. Partington visited the;
west coast not long ago, Jupiter de-1
cided to practice calisthenics, so he
loosened the toggling pin that holds
hack winds and waves, and grabbing!
an armfull of the thunderbolts of!
Jove, lashed the broad sea into ele- j
mental fury. Wooed by the silver
moon and goaded by ten thousand
devils in the rear, old ocean heaved
its thunderous waves upon the shores
of fair Florida, whose peninsular
form points like the index finger of
Fate toward that Elysium where law law-vers
vers law-vers cease from troubling and poli
ticians are no more.
Mrs. Partington was knitting at
the time and peered curiously at the
unwonted tide as it invaded her door door-sill,
sill, door-sill, her floor, her shoetops and only
paused in dismay when it reached the
point where her nether garments
would appear in the modest regime of
The records in the county court courthouse
house courthouse seem to show that the excellent
dame seized her mop and literally j
drove the Gulf of Mexico out of doors.
(See Rec. Hillsborough Co., Book N,
Mopping back the tides very well il illustrates
lustrates illustrates the tactics employed by one
William Silvertongue Bryan, who,
armed only with his trusty mouth
seeks to wreck the foundations of
modern philosophy in his struggle
with the dragon of Darwinism whose
lair is in the universities and centers
of culture of the world.
The forlorn intrepidity exhibited by
this modern Quixote is truly marvel marvelous.
ous. marvelous. Since Dr. Talmage is gone, Bill
enjoys the unique distinction of being
the only scholar in the whole world
who holds yet to the cosmogony of
the thirteenth century, whose uni universe
verse universe is governed by the machinations
of ghosts, goblins and devils and who
believes in a hell of genuine sulphur,
and a heaven for all mediocrity ope operated
rated operated like a Punch and Judy show.
To those who prefer astrology to
astronomy, alchemy to chemistry,
myth for biology or nescience for
science, the doughty orator must be a
There are only two main philoso philosophies
phies philosophies of the universe: special creation
and evolution. Special creation ad adherents
herents adherents claim that the universe was
created from nothing at a definite
time, that the time scale was a ridi ridiculous
culous ridiculous six thousand years or there thereabouts,
abouts, thereabouts, that species were created in
tact, that man was made perfect and
fell from grace, and that this puny
planet is the principal object of om
nipotent solicitude. This conception
is no longer taught in any advanced
No text books are now published
for adult pupils giving specific and
definite adherence to it, but because
of theological misrepresentation, it
still persists in outlying districts, and
forms the dark superstitious back background
ground background of the cosmos scheme in the
mind of the average man.
It fits no facts in nature, is intoler intolerant
ant intolerant of investigation, and absolutely
The development philosophy or Dar-
. ii i ? i
wmism as it is canea m its narrow narrowest
est narrowest sense, takes material afe it finds
it, dowered with certain qualities, as
weight, attraction, repulsion, chemi chemical
cal chemical affinities, etc, etc. It knows of no
beginning in time, and no limitations
in space, no creation, no real dissolu dissolution,
tion, dissolution, but endless change, new atomic
arrangements, with plants and ani animals,
mals, animals, including man assuming their
special characteristics through the
influence of environment and heredity.
It is the fundamental postulate of
all modern philosophy and the hand handmaiden
maiden handmaiden of all scientific progress. It
welcomes investigation, and is never
better pleased than by honest and in intelligent
telligent intelligent criticism.
The world is sick, it is lousy with
pseudo statesmen, bootleg lawyers,
politicians and greedy office holders,
who have sucked their host, the pro producing
ducing producing class, about dry.
Read this from the Detroit Free
Press relative to my former state and
"A considerable part of the farm farming
ing farming population of the country is at
this moment in a condition bordering
on desperation. The selling price of
their produce is reduced so that in
large areas it is cheaper to allow
crops to rot than it is to market them.
This situation is aggravated by a cost
of transportation that is practically
prohibitive. Thousands of farmers
who worked all last summer find now
that they have nothing to show for
their toil. On top of this taxes are
oppressive. One need not go outside
Michigan to learn that. In Barry
county alone, the farmers were oblig obliged
ed obliged to borrow 8300,000 last year to
meet the levies made upon them. In
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PHONE 282 OCALA, FLA.
A. E. GERIG
On the fall of an apple Newton saw the force that
links the stars together and binds us to the my myriad
riad myriad sun.!
On the movement of a teakettle lid Watt saw
mighty moguls climbing mountain sides and ti titanic
tanic titanic liners plowing the deep.
On an electric shock'received from a key attach attached
ed attached to a flying kite Franklin saw chies brilliantly
lighted and powerful machinery lifting stone and
steel to build our modern pyramids of business!
Vision gave to the world PIGGLY WIGGLY stores,
where the products of the manufacturer, the
packer, the canner and the farmer are brought
direct to the consumer, thus saving all interme intermediate
diate intermediate expenses and profits; where the housewife
can select with her own hands, free from suggest suggestions
ions suggestions or persuasion, the highest quality of goods
at the lowest possible prices, where cleanliness and
orderly arrangement of goods makes it a pleasure
to shop. These are the reasons why the volume
of sales of the PIGGLY WIGGLY stores contin continuously
uously continuously increase.
PIGGLY WIGGLY will soon have a home in Ocala
with the cooperation of a few thoughtful minded
men and women in Ocala. Telephone the PIGGLY
WIGGLY representative at the Colonial Hotel and
he will be glad to tell you how this may be accomplished.
I Make a Specialty of
Income Tax Reports
For Farmers, Merchants and
C. CECIL BRYAM
Room 23, Holder Block
NOTICE, EASTERN STAR
The officers and members of Ocala
Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., are invited
to visit Belleview Chapter U. D., on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 7th, at eight
o'clock. This will be the official visit
of the grand matron, Mrs. Beulah M.
Warner. Mrs. Warner will be in
Ocala Feb. 15th. Fill up your cars
and let's have a big representation
from Ocala Chapter No. 29.
Susan Cook, Secretary.
killer, for infected sores, tetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tl
Shady, Feb. 9. Mrs. Fred Tubbs,
Mrs. Charlie Tubbs and Miss Edith
Schneider of Ocala, were visiting Mrs.
F. C. Barnes Sunday afternoon and
attended B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening
Miss Lily Gaskin of Stanton, visited
her parents here a few days this week
Miss Belle Stroble expects to go to
Plant City Thursday for an indefinite
stay with her sister and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Priest and fam
ily of Anthony were callers here Sun
day afternoon, coming to bring Mr.
C. P. Priest Jr., who spent the week
end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Gaskin of Sum-
merfield were visiting their parents
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Home entertain
ed at their home on the Dunnellon
road Saturday evening a congenial
party of young people. Rook was en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed for awhile, when other and
more amusing games were played.
Interspersed all along during the eve evening
ning evening was music and singing and the
time flew by on golden wings. En Enjoying
joying Enjoying the evening at this lovely home
were Misses Helen and Rachel Veal,
Edna Roberts and Louise Martin of
Ocala, Misses Carrie Ma Burry,
Pansy Redding and Vivian' Douglas,
and Messrs. Ralph Reddine, Leslie
Douglas, Jack Home and Daniel Mor
ris of Shady. Arthur Douglas Jr., of j conditions be in states that are really !fire or life, let me show you the propo
NOTICE, U. D. C.
Dickison Chapter of the U. D. C.
will hold its regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting at the home of Mrs. TK S. Tran Tran-tnam
tnam Tran-tnam Friday afternoon at 3:30. All
visiting Daughters are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Sec'y.
A Sound Florida Investment
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subject to prior sale, a limited amount of its capital stock.
The shares now for sale are of an 8 per cent, cumulative pre preferred
ferred preferred issue, carrying some common stock, on basis to net in investors
vestors investors about 12 per cent.
The corporate an has no bonds or mortgages and the preferred
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ties properties and valuable assets,
The financial statement of the business shows prosperity and
liquid assets to the extent of over four times the authorized is
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ter providing for sinking fund requirements. The final net earn earnings
ings earnings applicable to common stock 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
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XX, P. 0. Box 4284, Jacksonville, Florida,
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
Lansing it is reported that one-fifth of J
all the farmers of the state are in ar- 1
rears for taxes. Yet Michigan is
relatively prosperous. What must the j When you want reliable insurance,
South Lake Weir, joined the party fort hard hit."
dinner Sunday and the majority of
this happy group came on to Sunday j
The cause of all this is the high cost
f government and expensive legisla-
sitions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
W. K. Lane, 31. D physician and!
school in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. j tion of the he-Nancy type to manu manu-Horne
Horne manu-Horne are ideal entertainers and this facture morals by enactments, like
occasion is one of the happy events to tt-ying to drive "infidelity" out of our!surgeoni specialist eye, ear, nose and.
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store, j
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be remembered by their guests. universities. The remedv is to pre-
Rev. Calvin of Brooksville, pastor v?nt spell-binders from misrepresent-
of Olivet, will preach here both
morning and evening next Sunday.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. and
Junior B. Y. P. U. immediately after
Sunday school. Senior B. Y. P. U. at
7:30 p. m., preaching at 8:"0 p. m.
Everybody cordially invited to come.
A seat is reserved for you.
. Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market 4-tf
insr us in legislative bodies.
Bryan has underestimated the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of Floridians if he expects
to catch votes with any such clap claptrap.
trap. claptrap. Lester Warner.
The famous BUTTERNUT bread is j
! made in Ocala only by the Carter
666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. It's the
most speedy remedy we know.
This is a Studebaker year.
See our valentines now while stock
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Here is an opportunity to win $10 and to help build up the county's newest industry, the Marion County
Creamery. In establishing the new creamery its officers have been determined that its products should be of the
highest quality. One of these products is ice cream. That it is excellent has been the verdict of those who have
tasted it, and because it is so good the creamery wants to make sure that the public will be able to order it easily
and be assured of getting what is ordered. The creamery wants a name for its ice cream.
For the best name for its ice cream the Marion County Creamery Company will award a prize of $10. Any Anyone
one Anyone is eligible to enter the contest except the officers of the company and judges. There is no limit to the num number
ber number of names an individual may submit. The $10 will be awarded for the name that is judged best by the
judges. Of course, the name must be attractive, easily remembered and indicative of the high quality of the ice
cream. Lists of names submitted should be mailed to the Contest Department, Marion County Creamery Com Company,
pany, Company, Ocala, Florida. The list should be signed wtih a fictitious name, and your real name should be enclosed in
a sealed envelope marked with your fictitious name and enclosed in the envelope in which yon mail yoar list. Do
not put your real name on outside of envelope. To insure return in case of loss, simply put your street ad address
dress address or postoffice box number on outside of envelope. The contest will close at noon, Wednesday, February 15,
and only those lists of names that are in the hands of the Contest Department by that hour and date will be
considered. If further information Is wanted in regard to the contest address H. L. Shearer, Secretary, Box
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MRS. J. W. DUMAS, Judges. Octda Floriia
OCALX kTEKIKG STAB, FRIDAY, FEBEtUHY 14, IKS
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of oar skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
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Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
Let us do your auto repair
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Save money by bringing us
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121W. Broadway. Phone 258
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Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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We specialize on Ford and
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Arrival and departure of passenger
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1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
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Mr. Ganz looped himself farther
across the back of Miss Meyer's chair.
"From what, Miss Meyer?"
"Sciatic pleurisy, Mr. Ganz. I'm a
great sufferer from It."
-I wonder. Miss Meyer, If that
could be what I sometimes feel in my
"Certainly It is, Mr. Ganz. It's a
condition of the sockets."
"That's It then. Sciatic what?"
"Pleurisy. I can tell you. Miss
Meyer, in the three days you've been
here at the Springs, you've told me
more about myself than the doctors In
six diagnoses could. It was worth the
twenty-five hundred. Miss Meyer, Just
to to have you come here. The min minute
ute minute I'm out in the night air like now,
right away in my left thigh I get such
a twinge that
"Could it be his valves are hinder hindering
ing hindering his flight, Minna? Could It?"
"I don't know, Delia. You're getting
me all worked up, too. Chills and
fever in my legs limbs, all at once."
"Now, now. Miss Minna, just don't
you let our little fire-cracker, Miss
Delia, get you all worked up."
"Right this minute I'm in a terrible
chill, Mr. !anz. please excuse how I'm
trembling. I wonder, Delia, if if
anything's wrong Oh oh !"
I tell you, Kessler," sail Mr.
Ganz, leaning across th? dim shiver shivering
ing shivering silhouette of Miss Meyer, "you
got a daughter that is horn to be a
general in the army. Some girls are
born to run people and to run homes
and some to be generals in armies.
She's a general, I tell you. Just look
how she got the whole hotel of us
out here in the night air where we
"How she engineered it all, though!
Eh, Ganz? Fifteen thousand dollars
she raised like it was fifteen cents.
Over night she makes a rich man out
of a poor boy. Like Tom Riley says
himself, Napoleon couldn't do so well.
My little girl she's a good one, eh,
Ganz? Better as her old papa."
"A general In the army, I tell you,
With her full back turned to the
patter of conversation and oblivious
to it, Miss Kessler swayed suddenly
farther from the group.
"Look, papa, there's a new batch of
people coming in from the station.
There's fourteen thousand here to tonight,
night, tonight, if there's a soul, not coucting
the Louisville Tech. school. Fourteen
thousand, if there's a soul."
"Oh, my poor hands, how cold I
Whenever my brother files, it's Just
like all my circulation had slowed
down. Needle prick In my arms and
"Needle pricks, did you say. Miss
Meyer? Right this minute my left
side feels like a tea kettle singing.
It ain't the circulation worries me,
Miss Minna, only the doctor says
WeH, let me tell you, Mr. Ganz,
that poor circulation should worry
you. Any book on health hints will
tell you that poor circulation Is first
cousin to paralysis."
"Papa linna : Mommy Look,
they're pulling out the machine. See !"
The roped-off crowd swayed sud suddenly
denly suddenly forward,, scattering ejaculations.
"Is that It? Is that him? Is that
he? Raugh Raugh Out It out That
ain't him. There he Is Raugh !"
Miss Kessler's hand reached out to
close tightly over her parent's.
"Oh, Pa, that's Arch. See! The
tall thin fellow pulling down his cap."
"Yes, that's brother. See. Mr. Ganz.
That's him. Oh, my poor hands!"
"Poor little hands!"
"Thov're strnnninir him In ?
"It's the fireworks I'm afraid of.
Suppose It should catch He's never
used them In trial flights. Oh. my
poor hands !"
Into (lie flare of three arc-lights, a
huge winged skeleton ran forward on
wheels, pushed by three lunging at attendants,
tendants, attendants, head first. Then she stood
with her beetle-like wings flung wide
and the irinrs of her thrumming to
"Oh. my brother : Oh-h-h
"Now. now. Miss Minna!"
"I tell you, Mr. Oanz. I I'd rather
we had to live in a tenement all our
lives than to see him risk his lift- like
that. What's a ttftern-thoiwand-doihu-purse,
if If lie do:it win it and gets
killed trying to d the double Iop
four times V A. helpless girl like me
that's never been strong
"Now, now. Miss Minna!"
"I never wanted him to fly. Mrs.
Ganz. 'Let the other buys take the
risks, Arch," I always said, but
"I guess you're a little like me. Mis
Minna. As I tell Miss Delia, where
my two feet belong is right on the
ground where the Almighty put 'em."'
"That's me every time. Mr Ganz,
just so it ain't damp."
the din of the crowd and through the
wool muffler directly into the con concealed
cealed concealed ear of Miss Meyer.
"Funny how how we like the same
things, ain't it, Miss Meyer?"
"Y-yees ain't it!"
"Now, for instance, take me. I 1
always say. Miss Meyer, let the high highfliers
fliers highfliers do all the high flying they want,
but my idea of real living. Miss Min- j
na, my my idea of real living Is Is
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 108. Main Street
"Yea, Mr. G&uzT'
"Is a a little elegantly furnished,
steam-heated nest for two, Miss Mey Meyer,
er, Meyer, on the south side of Chicago with
"Oh Mr. Ganz! Oh
"It is. Miss Minna. I can tell you
it ain't all sciatic pleurisy In my left
side, Miss Minna. Since I met yoa It
it's Just like you had taken a little
arrow and shot me right In the heart.
That that's the kind of a pain I got
there now. You you get me. Miss
"Mr. Ganz M-maxl"
Beneath the gray wool packet their
hands met and clasped. A rumble ran
through the crowd. Miss Kessler shot
forward like a streak, leaning danger dangerously
ously dangerously beyond the rail.
"Raugh! Raugh! Chee-e-e-eT
The pulse of the distant machine
leaped suddenly Into thousands and
the winged monster, like the restored
bulk of some antediluvian monster of
earth and air, shot forward in a
straight line, whizzing down the smooth
face of the field. A shout went with
it and the human hedge, five faces
deep, was suddenly white with up upturned
turned upturned faces.
Tip-tilting suddenly, as if It had
drawn Its talons up and under, It
rose in perfect whirring flight.
"Oh, mommy! mommy 1"
"Gott In Himmel. a boy should take
"He's testing the wind. See, the
current is buffeting him a little."
"Oh, my God, his engine missed
then: Hear? Oh, my brother! Hold
my hands Max."
"See, papa, he's picking up again.
Now he's edging into the wind. His
controls are working perfect. He's
climbing. See him mount I 8ee him
mount! Oh", oh! oh!"
The throbbing of the engine was
suddenly remote, then more remote,
as if tulle portieres of air and space
were drawing together as the machine
flew through them into uncharted al altitudes.
titudes. altitudes. Finally silence and only a white
sea of faces turned upward to a black
eagle, flying against a star-spangled
sky and circling over the field once,
"He's getting ready to loop. He's
looping Look, he's dipping for the
first loop. Oh, moiumy !"
"Gott In Himmel!"
"Oh. my brother!"
Suddenly the remote flying thing
dipped a bit and from beneath its
planes two streamers of fire streaked
A great booming shout rose..
"Oh. my brother! It's the fireworks
I'm afraid of. Max!"
"He'll dip now. Watch, mommy,
he'll dip now."
The machine fell foward Into a
loop, curving up again, down again,
up again ; the red comet-tails circum circumscribing
scribing circumscribing Its double course in fire.
"One !" rose lu bombardment from
The hieroglyphic of fire hung for a
moment, then another u ..j..
and another double circle ii-
"Max, my my poor knees wunV
"Poor, poor little knees!"
"Max, dear, I think 1 I'm going to
"I'm here, little one, to catch you."
"What's that falling down? Chewing-gum
! Take a piece. Max, dear.
It it's good fop you after meals"
Miss Delia Kessler twined her small
hands together and beneath that gale
of voices, spoke quietly upward.
"Steady, Arch." she id. "Only one
more. Arch. Steady : Y ou've looped
three and you can make it four.
Steady, Arch! Steady 1"
A light jeer rose from the crowd.
' S'matter up there! Cold feett
Three ain't four! What's got yout
Dizzy? Loop her up there! Leop her
"Only once more, Arch. Steady, old
boy !" j
"Loop her up there! Che-e-e-e!"
"What If his engine is
"Four !" And with th great spiral
of fire from the final loop still drag dragging
ging dragging across the sky, the hum of the
descending engine grilling down again
Into the-night, and the silent swoop of
an engine volplaning. Miss Delia Kess Kessler
ler Kessler stood quiet amid the tumult of a
crowd gone mad. a booming In her ears
but her little face still upward In the
attitude of a flower.
Through the human swarm, which
had burst the ropes and flowed like
water from a broken main across the
held and toward the aircraft just
settling itself to earth with its wings
ever spread. Miss Delia Kessler
gouged, wormed, elbowed her little
way. Men with their shouts still
smoking on their lips resisted the
;:i;tll figure and grunted her reluctant
right of way. In the tight tangle Im Immediately
mediately Immediately surrounding the machine,
the crimson sweater was quite torn
from her. but she emerged Into the
small guarded area about the 'still
coughing -raft, as it hurtled there out
of the crowd.
From the heart of the winged mon monster,
ster, monster, goggled, leirginged and bulky of
bulk in a double-breasted leather
jacket, a figure moved simultaneously
forward and a hout thundered up
from throats long since raw.
"Arch ."' cried Miss Kessler and un under
der under cover of those shouts, speech be became
came became pantomime. "Archie-boy! Archle-boy-darling
Taking hr-r hand in his gauntlet and
regarding be: through goggles clouded
he leaned to her
-i'nwy '." In- ii,. "Cutey, little!
A ttvi'iolo ran down his arm and
thrru;:h r!ie pisnuH-t to her flneer-tipa.
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of Citizens Investment Com Company
pany Company of Ocala, will be held in the of office
fice office of Hocker & Martin, Ocala, Fla.,
at 3:30 o'clock, Tuesday, February
Baxter Cam, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, President. 26-Thur 3t
Easy mai Eccceaicsl ReialU Quick
Of what use
ars fine fea features
tures features with
an ugly, mottkd skin.
by P.-;:, s-.!nhen c?-;k
pouches under th eyes, or
o c.i!-sv.-ora, sickly-looking
F-'TV uipti th-- fir"- r.i-.w f"r'. f"r'.-n
n f"r'.-n .t ntnlshinsrly M t theV; -: ;-.
a ; 1 vigor, clear iho sk:u or" et v.
ti'ins fr,l enjoy that i ln"lM f--:n
f!-sh jt-" of a.well-biiiit iy.
tbeso mysterious lif.'-plvinr. h-aitli-buiitliD
elem&uts tho vUuaiiu--s -thousands
upua tlx'UsantH v.v. t.'i
you of the araaiiiff and ahaosi
iii.i sir--tike results frota tb-ir
MASTIX'S V1TAMON' TABLHTS
nt-iin net only jvji.-t vitatuin-s. bat
vil three of the .r -!-us v r.u ;n
A. B end C pp'iuily co7;ee:itratrl
ai:.l combined w.;h tntf O: frame irr.n
and the necesstnry 11 tie s.-T; v.-hicb.
yorr system uoeds t- koep you
strong and well.
If yo:i wnut to ;ni.-k; rl: ar vonr
skin k:h1 compl' x'um, nut some 'firm
healthy flsh on y.e.tr b:i?3. in.-wa
vonr ri"rvo f,.rr and power arid looft
and f.'td far l.-ver, incite this sliiiji;
tr---t: Flr.-t -c'g't .v.-jriv:f and vc-t-onrolf.
Next, take MASTIN'S
ViTAMoN' TAHLiTS two tabkts
with every niul. Th n welch .in I
measure yourself n-ai.i eaeh wr-ck
and continue t U ; n p- MASTIN'S
VITAMON TATU.KTS r. ei;';.riv n '.ri
you are patched with your gfvn in
weight, 'r?r." energy aud iin;r..vc :
Insist upon tuo Original end
Fully guaranteed In every respect;
At all good drugging.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit,
cuit, Circuit, in and for Marion County,
Florida, In Chancery.
F. A. Mason, Complainant, vs. Vesta
It appearing 'by affidavit appended
to the amended bill of complaint filed
in the above entitled cause that Vesta
Mason, the defendant therein named, is
a non-resident of the state of Florida,
and that the residence of the said de defendant
fendant defendant is unknown, and that she is
over the age of twenty-one years; it is
therefore ordered that the said non nonresident
resident nonresident defendant, be and she is here hereby
by hereby required to appear to the amended
bill of complaint filed in said cause on
Monday the 6th day of March, A. D.
otherwise the allegations of said biU
will be taken as confessed by the said
It is further ordered that this order
be published once each week for elght
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-8-9t-Frl Deputy Cleric
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 countv. Florida, that an as-
siernment has been made to the under
j ; A XV A
Signed OI IQC pruperiy ui som i
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.v
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
j Of what use m j
ars fine lea- I
? turs with L
an ugly, mottkd (kin, flab-k I
l rt m YT r 1 T J
Cash and Carry Self -Serve
We are glad to announce that on Saturday the 18th
we will open to the public a
Cash and Carry Self-Serve
department in connection with our present store.
You will save money. Come to see us.
0. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
Is Leaving for the New York Market
in a few days
Just Before Leaving He has Put on a
10 days CASH SALE on all
Formerly sold for $15.00 and $20.00
are now going for
$6.75, $7.90 and $9.75
Ladies' Hats from 50 cents
up to $2.50
Best Blue Buckle Overalls, formerly $2.25, are now go going
ing going for $1.45. Other brands Overalls, 98c a pair
MEN'S WORK SHOES FROM $1.15 TO $1.75
Don't fail to see our line of MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING. Men's all wool
Serge suits, regular price $16.00, now $10.75
$4.00 Blankets and Comforts going at- $2.25. Cash price offer. Come see 'em
Remember, these are
and vou will
not ONU Bargains but an excellent opportunity to
real goods for a small CASH price
11 f 1 &
sure to have
the very finest
can be made.
E&sy to prepare
' ? .-".
jDCALA BVEJitNG liTAE, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Id, 1822
The best Silk Dresses in town
A new lot of up-to-date
Spring Dresses going -at
Have just received a shipment of
Princess Coat Suits
Twills, Tricotines, Serges and all
the smart new sport materials.
Prices range from
Farmers Exchange Store
Sugar Cane Syrup,
Tall Pink Salmon
- per can
three packages ........
P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
. P. & G. SOAP,
P. & G. SOAP,
A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED. We so solicit
licit solicit your patronage
4 S 111
Guaranteed 12 Years
will break a Cc!d, Fever r.nd
Grippe quicker than snytiiicg
we know,prevcnling pneumonia
, Free service car at the Ocala Tire
I S If HUTS
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.
We Ship Our Ice Cream
anywhere within 100 miles of our fac
tory. 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 comma
nicate with us asking for our special
MARION 1 OUPiTY CKFAMERY CO
-we also specialize in
intelligent Service for all
makes of batteries.
Cor. Oklawaha and Main
& Vulcanizing Company.
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
Free air and a man to put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
I IB A
If yoa have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.:
Mr. Philip Murphy has returned
from Tampa, where he spent the past
Sophie Mae PEANUT BRITTLE,
39c. per pound. It's good. At the
Anti-Monopoly Drus; Store. 7-5t
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever re returned
turned returned yesterday from Tampa, where
they attended the fair.
Valentines, valentines, valentines.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
VALENTINES, large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 7-5t
Get your baked beans and brown
bread at Carter's Bakery. 9-2t
Mrs. Etta M. Clay of Miamiville.j
Ohio, is in -Ocala visiting her aunt,'
Mrs. May Shuey.
If youH try the popular Day Dream j
extracts to be had only at the Court j
Pharmacy, you'll use no other. tf
Best cakes in town patronize
home industry. Carter's Bakery. 6-tf
Get your baked beans and brown
bread at Carter's Bakery. 9-2t
Mrs. E. E. Eaine of Greenboro, N. ;
C, returned home this afternoon after j
a pleasant visit in Ocala, with her j
daughter, Mrs. R. S. Hall.
You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
"Just like home mado cakes," is
what the housewife says about our
cakes. Federal Bakery. 23-tf
If you're not eating FEDERAL
bread, try it once, and we'll .stand by
your judgment. Fedcrr.1 Pnk"ry. 23-tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Tetheuf of Plant
City, arrived in Oc?la yesterday for
a short visit with Mr. Tetlv-.-uf's sister.
Mrs. H. G. Shealy.
Circle B of the Baptist church will
have a sale of fancy work, cake and
candies Saturday morning & t 10 o'clock
on the Ocala House porch. 10-lt
Get your baked beans and brown
bread at Carter's Bakerv. 0-2t
Barnard Spencer wants to make
your old mattress as good, as new.
Phone 431. 4-6t
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fitch and small
son of Jacksonville, who have been
visiting Mrs. Fitch's sister, Mrs. Nor
ton Davis, have returned home.
We make none but the best pastries.
Patronize a home enterprise. Carter's
Circle B of the Baptist church will
have a sale of fancy work, cake and
candies Saturday moraine at 10 o'clock
on the Ocala House porch. 10-lt
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf
0T MADE BY A TFJ5T
Ss Paste? I
X&v: L mil vd )
Miss Wynona Wetherbee, who will
graduate from the Posse School of
Physical Culture, in Boston, in June,
hes received a flattering offer from
the Redpath Chautauqua to join its
company as child director. Miss
Wetherbee will meet with the com company
pany company in Washington in May for a con conference,
ference, conference, and will probably not be able
to come to Florida before September.
Circle B of the Baptist church will
:have a sale of fancy work, cake and
, candies Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
on the Ocala House porch. 10-lt
Get "Honey Boy" cakes for the
' children. Most healthful cakes made.
S Pure honey is the sweetening used,
i Federal Bakery. 23-tf
R. C. Cassels of Jacksonville, Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich tire salesman and W. M. Pruitt,
Jacksonville branch manager for the
Goodrich line, are in the city calling
on the local agents, Blalock Bros.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, C5 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Mis Mary Burford left yesterday
for Washington, Ga., where she will
make a short visit with her cousin,
Mrs. Cade, before going to Troy and
Birmingham, Ala., where she will
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Messrs. B. Goldman, Jake Goldman
and Fred Malever left this morning
in Mr. Goldman's car for Tampa on
a combined business and pleasure
Smoke Don Rey.. That good cigar.
Fresh meats and poultry. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
CASH IN ON THIS
We will put on sale Saturday morn morn-ng
ng morn-ng the 11th fifty (50) $25 coupon
books for $22.50. The coupons will be
good for $25 in trade at the Self-Serve
department. This is a ten per cent
discount and you of course, get the
benefit of the cash and carry prices
which is another ten per cent discount.
Don't pass this by, get your coupon
book. First come first served; only
fifty books to be sold.
2-10-2t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
I wish to announce that I have re returned
turned returned to Ocala and have opened a
shoe repair shop in the Powers build building
ing building on West Broadway, where I will
be pleased to see my old friends .and
customers. 10-6t A. SLOTT.
o' 80 PER CENT 0F ALL
pS?-0 HEADACHES are due
3s c eyestrain or weak
r v V muscles.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
WANTED Salesman with car to
travel this county. This is a bona
fide proposition that pays well.
Write for appointment. D. M. Bry-
A can of Calumet Baking
Powder will make more pies,
cakes, biscuits, muffins, etc.
then a can of most other
It lasts longer goes farther be because
cause because it contains more than the or ordinary
dinary ordinary leavening strength there therefore
fore therefore you use less.
When a recipe calls for two tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons of baking powder, use two
level teaspoons of Calumet, the re results
sults results will always be the same
perfectly raised bakings remem remember
ber remember this when you buy baking pow powder
der powder and don't forget that Calumet
is the economic buy because it goes
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it.
For Sat and
ant, box 151, Lakeland, Fla. 10-6t
FOR SALE Nursery Stock, immed-
- iate delivery, kumquats, tangerines j
and Parson Brown oranges. One- j
'year buds on two-year sour stock,'
WANTED Representative dealer for!
Marion county for the Hupmobile.
For particulars apply to Black Black-Newkirk
Newkirk Black-Newkirk Motor Co., 314 West Mon Monroe
roe Monroe St., Jacksonville, Fla. -10-3t
FOUND An automobile rim, casing
and tube. Owner can get same by
identifying property and paying for
this ad. Call at the Crescent Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Company. 9-6t
FOR SALE Pretty bungalow, beau beautifully
tifully beautifully shaded, on -acre town lot.
Must be sold. Price $750. Miss
Isabel Burton, Sparr, Fla. 9-lt
PAINTING If its house painting, in interior
terior interior decorating or furniture re re-finishing,
finishing, re-finishing, your job is not too large
nor too small. We do them all. Just
call phone 562. J. H. West, painter
and decorator, 117 North Sanchez
FOR SALE S. C. R. L. Red cockerels
$ 2and $2.50 each; White Leghorn
and Barred Plymouth Rock eggs
$1.50 for 15 eggs. Mrs. W. M. Mills,
Morriston, Fla., R. 1, Box 107. 9-6t
FOR SALE Chandler Dispatch, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition; a bargain at $675.
Norman Home. 7-6t
FOR SALE Large 10-room house
furnished or unfurnished; corner
lot 80 x 210 with garage; fine loca location
tion location and neighborhood. See L. M.
Murray, 180 E. Fort King. 6-6t
FOR SALE Second hand one-horse
wagon; second hand feed crusher;
also wanted to cut or saw your
wood. Call Phone 368. D. N. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. 2-6-6t
SHOE REPAIRING A new man has
opened a shoe repairing shop sec second
ond second door from Masters' dry goods
- store, 206 North Magnolia street,
west of courthouse. 1 repair your
shoes at $1.50 and $1.75. 2-7-lm
SUBURBAN FARM FOR SALE 10
acres best hammock land Just two
miles out on hard road. Land clear cleared,
ed, cleared, fenced, with five-room house,
and other buildings. Price right. S.
S. Savage Jr. 4-12t
FOR SALE Horse and wagon. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. J. Hogan, North Ocala. 6t
FOR RENT An exclusive furnished
apartment in Lynwood Park; five
rooms, electric lights, electric stove,
all modern improvements; garage.
Apply to Joe Bell or E. S. Ger Ger-nant.
nant. Ger-nant. 12-tf
FOR SALE Violin cello, strung and
in excellent condition; good bow. An
unusual bargain at $25. Mrs. B. G.
Cole, 402 E. Fifth street. 24-tf
AUTO TOPS We are prepared to
furnish high grade auto tops on
short notice and at reasonable
prices. Phone 258. Quick Service
Auto Top Co. (next to Dixie High Highway
way Highway Garage) West Broadway. 31-tf
A Sound Florida
A Florida Corporation, the
largest concern in its particular
line of industry, doing business
almost exclusively in Florida,
is offering a limited amount of
its 8 cumulative preferred
shares, with a substantial bonus
of common stock on a basis to
net the investor about 12 per
Increased business and con contracts
tracts contracts in hand demand addition additional
al additional capital requirements. This
is an unusual opportunity for
a safe and well-paying invest investment.
ment. investment. For further particulars,
write immediately to
XX, P. O. Box 4284
" The Fashion Center
RATINES, BRIGHT SHADES
inches wide, the favorite fabric for spring
(SneHainmoni, (5ducafion fo iheTfome j
I L I L
lust the Grand
YOU have always wanted
a Grand just small enough
to fit easily into your home.
Come and play this grand for
.- yourself then you will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate its graceful design and
cftso Vpnaktt mnd fUjen
of the famous
Sold on Easy Terms
KELLEY MUSIC CO.,
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
PHONE 2 43 I
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
i Bargains Extraordinary
Do You Want to Buy Good, Honest
!$, Merchandise all this Season's
Gooes at HALF the New
Price? If so, go to
HE LV EN'S TON'S
He is offering this week, and un-
til March 1st, will sell all his Fall
4 and Winter Ready-to-Wear Goods
1 Positively at Half Price
The stock consists of Ladies'
Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Sweaters
J and Dresses. Children's Cloaks and
Sweaters, Boys' and Men's Sweat Sweat-K'ers,
K'ers, Sweat-K'ers, and Men's and Boys' Fall and
This is a GREAT SACRIFICE SALE of honest, up-
to-date winter merchandise. But the goods
must go. Also, we are offering GREAT
REDUCTIONS in Ladies' High Top Lace
Shoes Remember, a Special Sale at
Helvenston's means something for
E. T. H ELV ENS TON
sc a, a.
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
I,.' Vy-i r-
A GOOD MEAL IS ENJOYED
supremely only when the environment
is ideal. You will find in our restau restaurant
rant restaurant that the choicest foods are pre prepared
pared prepared in the best way and served
fautlessly. In fact we pride ourselves
very much on our surroundings and
sci vice. Everything the best.
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Marion County (Fla.)
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