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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Local rains this afternoon and tonight, colder tonight; Thursday fair and much colder cold ware in north portion
TEMPERATURES This morning, 0; this afternoon, 80.
Sun rises tomorrow, 7:06; sets, 6:16.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 39
MR. BRYAtl IS IN
A DECEPTIVE MM
GOT KEIIU 11. JUDGE BOLLOCK
ATTEMPT TO CUT
HEtlRY FORD OUT
FIFTEEN ULSTER
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DEALT JUSTICE
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Any Clamorous Call to Him From The
Democrats of Florida Will Meet
Affirmative Answer

(Associated Press)
Miami, Feb. 15 Mr. Wm. J. Bryan,
responding to inquiries today whether
he would be a candidate for the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, issued a statement, saying:
"If the democrats of Florida felt
that as senator I could render service
to the state and to the party in the
nation sufficient to justify them in
calling upon me to represent them at
Washington, I would consider the
matter from the standpoint of duty
and in connection with other claims
upon me, but I have not thought of
entering into a contest for office."
The statement said he preferred to
continue to serve the public without
the cares of office. "No friend will
expect me at my period of life and
when my political record is known to
all, to solicit support or to take the
risk of alienating those pledged to
other aspirants. I am looking for forward
ward forward to a congenial association with
Florida democrats who have been my
co-laborers for a quarter of a century.
I am sure our relations will be pleas pleasant
ant pleasant so long as my plans do not con conflict
flict conflict with the ambitions of others or
with their personal preferences."
BASKETBALL
Another basketball feast is prom promised
ised promised the sport lovers of Ocala for
Friday night. Leesburg is going to
send her boys' team here to seek ven vengeance
geance vengeance for the licking that our girls
gave theirs last Saturday night.
Ocala's boy team is going good now
and expects to put up a good strong
opposition. The game will be called
at 8 o'clock at the high schyool court.
Come out and root for theh ome team.
SHOOTING AMERICANS IS
MEXICO'S NATIONAL SPORT
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 15 Charles Bur Burrow,
row, Burrow, also known as Charles Miller,
American manager of a ranch near
Monterey, Mexico, was shot to death
by unidentified persons Feb. 1st, the
state department was advised today,
FELLOWSHIP
eiiowsnip, reD. 13. we are cer
tainly having some ideal weather.
Mr. Crawford Pasteur of Anthony
was a business caller a few days ago.
We are glad to report Mrs. H. J.
McCully some better and hope for her
speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer of Ok
lawaha, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. McCully last Sunday.
Some of our farmers will begin to
plant cukes this week is the weather
continues good.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews of the
Flemington section were guestsof Mr,
and Mrs. G. W. Mills a few days ago.
Mrs. George Proctor of Pedro re returned
turned returned home last Sunday after spend'
ing the week with home folks here.
Messrs. Fenton Blitch and Lesley
Prisoc with Misses Sherwood, Lillian
and Lois Blitch were the guests of
Misses Winifred and Geneva McCully
Sunday night and we were treated to
some fine music. Nothing is more
congenial for the young folks than to
meet at some neighbor's home and
spend the evening singing.
Rev. J. W. Tucker of Kathleen
preached two very interesting ser sermons
mons sermons at Fellowship on the first Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Rev. W. L. Hardester of Oak will
preach at Fellowship on the fourth
Sunday in this month at 11 o'clock in
the morning and 7:30 in the evening.
Everybody invited to attend.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phone 151. tt
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. tf
BANANAS 35 cents per dozen at
the U-SERVE Stores. 13-3t
BANANAS 35 cents per dozen at
the U-SERVE Stores. 13-3t
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. if

Speeding Up Baseball by Permitting
Batter to Steal First Base a
Puzzling Suggestion

Chicago, Feb. 15. By Associated
Press). Speeding up baseball by per permitting
mitting permitting the batter to steal first base
is a suggestion that has Judge Landis
guessing today. The baseball com commissioner
missioner commissioner received a letter from New Newton
ton Newton C. Gillham, a Kansas. City attor attorney,
ney, attorney, in which he suggests that the
theft privilege of the batter would
offset scientific pitching which he
thinks slows up the game from the
fans' viewpoint. Gillham believes
scientific pitching often makes an in inning
ning inning a tame affair with batsmen be being
ing being mowed down in one, two, three
order. "Let the batter steal first base
and this advantage of the pitcher
over the batter will be equalized," he
wrote.
HAD BETTER PUT ASHES
ON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Sixteen Autos Turned Turtle on That
Road in Fifteen Minutes
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Feb. 15. Sixteen automo automobiles
biles automobiles and two motorcycles turned tur turtle
tle turtle within fifteen minutes yesterday
noon on the Memorial highway near
Oldsmar. Nobody was badly injured.
A slippery road due to a light rain
was the reason given by county traf traffic
fic traffic officers.
CREAMERY DEMONSTRATION
Upon the invitation of the Marion
County Creamery Company a number
of people gathered at the plant this
morning at 11:30 to see what sort of
demonstration Mr. Shearer had for
them. As soon as all the invited
guests had arrived Mr. Shearer made
a short talk, explaining his reason for
inviting them to the plant. Those
present were Mrs. P. G. Murphy, Mrs.
Carl Ray, Mrs. F. W. Cook, Mrs. J.
W. Dumas and Miss Katherine Pyles,
Messrs. L. T. Izlar, Louis Chazal, J.
C. Johnson, Harvey Clark, R. F. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, B. Goldman, Robert MacKay, P.
G. Murphy, Carl Ray, C. G. Rose, J.
W. Dumas, S. M. Lummus, T. B.
Barnes, Mr. Thomas and Dr. Watt.
It was the desire of the creamery
management to let people see what
clarified and pasteurized milk really
meant. First, Mr. Shearer called at attention
tention attention to the Sharpless clarifier and
separator. This is really a washing
machine for the milk. The milk is
first strained through cheese cloth
and poured into the Sharpless, which
is a steam driven centrifugal machine
turning at 16,000 revolutions to the
minute. This machine separates the
cream from the milk and takes all
dirt' and foreign matter out of the
milk. In order to give the visitors
a vivid picture of the dirt that the
Sharpless took from the milk, Mr.
Shearer had the machine dissembled
in the presence of the crowd. Fully
two solid quarts of foreign matter,
hair, dirt, etc., was taken from the
machine. This dirt had collected in
clarifying 200 gallons of milk.
From the clarifier the milk goes to
the pasteurizer, where it passes over
a serie sof cold pipes until it is cooled
to about 40 degrees at which time it
ia botteled for use.
Mn Shearer treated his guests to
some good creamery ice cream after
he had completed the demonstration.
It will be several days before the
judges in the ice cream name contest
can make a decision as there is a
large number of names.
BENEFIT CARD PARTY
On Tuesday night at the Woman's
Club at eight o'clock, the club will
hold its yearly card party, the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds from which will go to the Chil
dren's Home Society, in Jacksonville.
This is a good cause and every table
should be taken; $50c. per person or
$2 per table. Prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be served. The
ladies in charge wish it to be general generally
ly generally known that each table engaged
must furnish its own playing cards.
Tables should be reserved in advance.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr. has charge
of them. Phone 104.
NOTICE
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of Rheinauer & Co. will
be held at the office of the company in
Ocala, Fla., on the 8th day of March,
1922, at 8 p. m. W. A. Wilds,
2-15-4 t-Wed Secretary.

With a Strong but Not Too Severe
Hand in Alloting Punishment In
The Kendrick Rioting And
Conspiracy Case

The disposition of private individu individu-als
als individu-als to set themselves up as the law
received a severe setback in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court Tuesday, when Judge Bul Bullock
lock Bullock sentenced the men who pled
guilty to invading the home of J. P.
Milton, near Kendrick, one night last
spring, ill treating him and threaten threatening
ing threatening him with death if he did not leave
the country.
While considerable has been printed
in the Star about the case, the full de details
tails details have not been given, for as soon
as the men accused were arrested the
Star confined itself to the briefest of
reports of court proceedings. They
having pled guilty and been sentenc sentenced,
ed, sentenced, it is not out of place to give a
brief history of the case.
The trouble began when Miss Penny
Nix, about a year ago, married J. P.
Milton, a farmer from Georgia, but
who had been working in Florida for
some years. "Miss Penny," as all her
friends call her, is a lady whose life
has been given to good and unselfish
work, is beloved by all, and undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly some of the men who mistreated
her husband thought they were doing
her a service. Miss Penny, ever since
her girlhood, has devoted herself to
the care of others, and, as is always
the case, some of the recipients of her
kindness began to demand as their
right what had been given purely in a
spirit of goodness. They resented the
advent of Milton, forgetting that ev every
ery every woman has a right to make her
own choice in marriage. Mrs. Milton
has shown no signs of dissatisfaction i
with hr tnarriatrP. has alwavs stood
up for her husband and declared that
he was good to her. But certain of
her friends claimed they knew more
about it than she did, and acted ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. The trouble came to a culminating
point one night last May, when Mil Milton
ton Milton was taken from his wife's home,
in spite of her efforts to rescue him,
by masked- men, carried across coun country,
try, country, severely whipped and ordered to
leave the country on pain of death.
He left next day for his former home
in Georgia and might have submitted
to the outrage if it hadn't been for
his wife's resentment against such an
invasion of her and his home and
rights. The perpetrators of the act,
who at first seem to have thought
that they had performed a praise praiseworthy
worthy praiseworthy act, soon found that the pub public
lic public sentiment of not only their own
neighborhood but the entire county
was against them. They were arrest arrested
ed arrested and gave bond, and when the grand
jury met it promptly indicted them.
They pled guilty, and Tuesday came
up before Judge Bullock for sentence.
The judge, before passing sentence,
gave each man a chance to speak in
his own behalf. Will Chappell was
the first to be heard. He told a long
story of what he claimed to be his
reasons, but none of it is evidence,
and it is not proper to print it with without
out without a refutation from the other side.
Mr. Chappell concluded by saying that
he planned to get some of the boys to together
gether together and give Milton a beating and
then run him off. Chappell and Roger
j Lyles drove around in a car and se
lected five other men to go with them
to the Milton house and take Milton
out. Chappell said he was unable to
get out of the car himself but that he
sat in the car and prayed that no one
would get hurt, while the other boys
went to the house. He said that the
other boys blacked their faces with
soot and burnt cork and went to the
Milton home while the Miltons were
at supper. They held a gun on Milton
and brought him out with them. They
took him in the car by a very round roundabout
about roundabout way to the Blitchton neighbor neighborhood,
hood, neighborhood, and then taking him out of the
car commanded that he lay down on
the 'ground. Then they pulled his
clothes down and gave him about
twenty-five licks with a buggy trace.
Then they told him that if he would
leave the country and never be seen
or heard of again they would not
harm him further.
The other defendants told their sto stories,
ries, stories, corroborating Chappell on most
points. It was brought out, however,
that some of the party thought Mil Milton
ton Milton should have been killed, and if it
had not been for the refusal of others
he might have been. It was easy to
see that most of the defendants really
believed they were doing what
was

Alabama Power Company Wants Mus Muscle
cle Muscle Shoals and Will Make Got-
eminent an Offer

Washington, Feb. 15. (Associated
Press). Another offer for the pur purchase
chase purchase and lease of the Muscle Shoals
properties was completed today and
arrangements made by its sponsors,
the Alabama Power Company, for
immediate filing with Secretary of
War Weeks.
LO, THE POOR INDIAN,
HAS BOOSTED THE LUCRE
Poker Game in Nevada Shows
expected Mental Agility
Of a Piute
Un-
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Feb. 15. Complaint
of an American that a Chinaman had
paid his poker debts in a game at
Yeririgton, Nevada, with raised bills,
led to an investigation indicating that
a Piute Indian had altered the cur currency
rency currency with a whittled stick and white
paint, according to a report today by
W. M. Ashe, Secret Service investi investigator,
gator, investigator, to his superior officer here. As
poker is a legalized game in Nevada,
the complaint against the Chinaman
had to be investigated. The Chinaman
is out of bail charged with possessing
raised currency and the Indian is in
jail charged with altering the bills.
OCALA'S MANAGER ARRIVED
Mr. J. R. Brumby, Ocala's new city
manager, and his wife, arrived from
Marietta, Ga., yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Brumby has been busy going over
town today with the councilmen and
other officials, and getting a line on
nls auues. xje win De lonnauy maun
ed into office at a special meeting of
the council Friday night.
Mrs. Brumby is a pretty and charm
ing lady, and the Star is sure Ocala
has a warm welcome for her. She
and Mr. Brumby are making their
home for the present at the Colonial
right and proper in their treatment of
Milton.
Judge Bullock, however, if they
heeded his words, dissipated this er
roneous idea. He gave them a severe
lecture, in which he conclusively show showed
ed showed they had offended morality and
broken the law. He then sentenced
them as follows:
Will Chappell, $400 and costs or ten
months imprisonment.
Koger Liyles, Wesley L.yles and
Clyde Ray, each $250 and costs or nine
months. Roger Lyles tried to take
the responsibility for the offences of
another defendant, James Hooker.
James Hooker and Harvey Waters
each $50 and costs or six months.
Harry Lee Bostick, $25.
It seems that Bostick, when he
realized what he had done, became re repentant
pentant repentant and confessed. He did not
excuse himself, but his confession
was probably the reason for his light lighter
er lighter fine.
It is the impression that Judge Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, by his equitable sentences and
severe condemnation of the outrage
on Milton has given lawlessness a
setback and contributed greatly to the
safety of law-abiding people.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Most of the time of the court for
the last two days has been taken up
with a civil case. William Nye, ac accused
cused accused of living with a woman not his
wife, was put on trial yesterday. The
jury failed to agree.
J. W. Akin, found guilty of embez
zlement, came before the court and
was sentenced to three months im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. His attorneys have ap appealed
pealed appealed the case.
BARGAIN
One 1920 worm drive Ford truck,
Al shape, $325. MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 60 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7, Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. tf
Fresh meats and poultry. Main
Street Market Phone 108. tf
Queen Quality bananas 35 cents per
1 dozen at the U-Serve Stores. 18-3t

Micky Collins Has to at Least Some

Extent Worked His Rabbit's
Foot on the Mob
London, Feb. 15. (By Associated
Press). Michael Collins, head of the
rish provisional government, has ob
tained the release of fifteen Ulster
unionists recently kidnappedt it was
announced today in the house of com
mons.
SOME MORE SHOOTING
Belfast, Feb. 15. (By Associated
Press). Shooting was resumed in
West Belfast early today. The total
number of deaths since Saturday is
twenty-five.
TROOPS AGAIN MOVING
Belfast, Feb. 15. (By Associated
Press). Arrangements for the evac
uation of British troops from southern
Ireland were resumed today after two
days suspension.
B. AND P. W'OMAN'S CLUB MEETS
The Busines s and Professional
Woman's Club met last night with its
president, Miss Margaret Taylor, pre
siding.
Miss Lila White of Jacksonville,
state president of the club, was the
speaker of the evening. Miss White.
who is a prominent business woman,
is an interesting and untiring worker
for the club. She is an enthusiastic
speaker and as one listens one cannot
help but get her fire and enthusiasm.
Miss White gave an interesting talk
about the national convention held a
Cleveland, Ohio, this past summer.
The club at this meeting was hon
ored by having three state officers
present: Miss White, president; Mrs.
E. A. Osborne, director for five coun
ties, and Miss Roebuck, of Gainesville,
state audtior. Miss Olmstead, who is
a member of the Gainesville club, was
also an out of town visitor.
The meeting was well attended and
every one present thoroughly enjoyed
it. The club room, which is nicelv ar
ranged and furnished, for the occasion
was prettily decorated with potted
plants and vases of flowers. It being
St. Valentine's day, heart favors were
given to those present.
Ice cream and macaroons were
seiyed during the social hour. Miss
White's visits are always looked for forward
ward forward to with pleasure and it is hoped
she will return soon.
B. Y. P. U. VALENTINE PARTY
The members of the B. Y. P. U. and
a few of their friends had a jolly good
time at the home of Dr. C L. Gollins
last night when they met for their
valentine party. Each guest was met
at the door and presented with a
fancy paper hat decorated with
hearts and was invited into the house,
where all lights were shaded in red
and glowed romantically.
Many games were enjoyed and
jokes played on unsuspecting victims.
The unfortunate boys at the affair
were taught to thread a needle with
one eye shut and a terrible time they
had of it.
When the time came for refresh refreshments
ments refreshments to be served, each girl was
ffiuDTl o knur and o pmnj utiA tnlA I
fy w aw.. mm .v4w w
shoot down a heart that was fastened
on the wall. These hearts belonged
to the boys present. When a boy's
heart was pierced by the arrow he
was declared the partner of the
archer for the time that it took to
consume delicious sandwiches,' hot
chooclate and cake.
After the refreshments were served
someone suggested a wedding, so a
lovesick couple was selected and a
preacher ordained for the special pur
pose of making them one. All went
well until the preacher insisted on in
corporating in the ceremony the prom
ise on the part of the bride to darn
all socks. The girl decided on single
blessedness and refused to let the
groom salute her in the .customary
manner.
The party ended at a late hour and
all went home happy just as a valen- j
tine moon peeped from behind a bank
Ol C1UUUS.
BARGAIN
One 1917 Buick "6" roadster; new
tires, Al shape. Price $400.
MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
BANANAS 35 cents per dozen at
the .U-SERVE Stores. lS-3t

On the Bonos and National Housing,
The President Will Not Take
Precipitate Action

(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb, 15. The Senate
and House committees charged with
framing the bonus bill continued to
mark time today in consideration of
how the necessary funds should be
l&ised in expectation of receiving
from the president a formal express expression
ion expression of his views.
President Harding, in a letter to
Senator King, democrat, of Utah,
made public today, declared he consid considered
ered considered it inadvisable at this time to call
a national housing conference. The
executive asserted he did not know of
a legislative palliative to relieve horns
shortages and added that he very
much doubted if we ought to try to
create one.
OFFICE HOLDER RESIGNS!
Boaz W. Long, American minister
to Cuba, has resigned.
REFIT LEVIATHAN
The contract for reconditioning the
giant liner Leviathan was formally
awarde by the shipping board today to
the Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company.
BLINDING LIGHTS CAUSED
FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT
(Associated Press)
Clearwater, Feb. 15. Mrs. Laura
Nettles, aged sixty-six, was struck by
an automobile here last night and
died at one o'clock this morning. The
car was driven by Lather Davis. The
accident was declared unavoidable as
the driver was blinded by the lights
or an approaching car.
STORM AGAIN SCOURGING
SOUTHEASTERN STATES
(Associated Press)
Washington; Feb.' 15. The weather
bureau today ordered northwest storm
warnings displayed on the west Flor Florida
ida Florida coast from Cedar Key to Key
West and on the Atlantic coast from
Miami to Wilmington, N. C. The
storm is central over southwestern
Georgia, moving northwest.
MRS. NATHAN CROWN
News has just been received in the
city of the death of Mrs. Nathan
Crown of Tampa, who died at her
home in that place yesterday. Mrs.
i Crown at one time was a resident of
Ocala, where she is well remembered
by the. older residents, having made
her home here about twenty-five years
ago. Since leaving Ocala she
lived in Tampa until' the time of her
death.
Mrs. Crown is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. W. R. Fulton of Way Way-cross,
cross, Way-cross, Ga., and Miss Sadie Crown of
Tampa, and two sons, Mr. Meyer
Crown of Arcadia and Mr. Will Crown
of Tampa.
The funeral service will be held
Thursday afternoon after the arrival
of the S. A. L. local train from Tampa-
Interment will be made in the
Jewish cemetery in Ocala. The serv service
ice service win be held at the grace, conduct conducted
ed conducted by a rabbi of the Jewish synagogue
at Tampa. The following gentlemen
will act as pall bearers: Messrs. Ben
Rheinauer, Charles Peyser, Max Is Is-raelson,
raelson, Is-raelson, Max Fishel, Joseph Mai ever
and William Wolff.
George MacKay & Company have
charge of the arrangements.
KING'S DAUGHTERS NOTICE
The King's Daughters will hold
their regular monthly business meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs. G.
C. Shephard at 3:30 o'clock. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend.
MRS. R. D. STOKES
Mrs. B. D. Stokes of Gaiter passed
away at her home yesterday after-
j held from Cedsr Grove
i
interment will he made in tJiA fom-
Itery at that place this afternoon at
J 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Stokes is snrrived
by her husband and two children, and
one sister, Mrs. G. W. Cleveland, of
this city, an of whom have the sin-
.cere sympathy of their friends.
j Sam R. Pyles A Company have
1 charge of the funeral arrangements.
"Just like home made cakes," is
what the housewife says about oar
cakes. Federal Bakery.
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COMPACT- BETWEEN MARION
AND SUMTER COUNTIES
The announcement of Mr. W. J.
Crosby of Citra, at present state sen senator
ator senator from the twentieth district, con

sisting of Marion and Sumter coun

ties, that he considers the custom of

Marion and Sumter counties alternat alternating
ing alternating senators yet to be regarded, and
that consequently he will not be a

candidate for re-election if Sumter

offers a good man, and the announce

ment by Mr. N. J. Wicker of Coleman

that he is a candidate for the sena
torship, brings the question of con

tinuing to regard the ancient compact

betwen the two counties squarely be before
fore before the democratic voters of both.
There was undoubtedly such an
agreement entered into more than
thirty years ago, and kept up to the
last election, the only attempt to break
it being made by a Marion candidate,
who was defeated by the voters of his
own county.

Our friend, Mr. William Hocker,

has told us of a meeting held in Ocala
some sixteen years ago, in which cer certain
tain certain citizens of Sumter county agreed
that if Marion would support their

candidate (Captain Baker) for the

next term, they would be satisfied and

not insist on regular rotation of the
office between the counties any longer.

There was undoubtedly such a meet

ing held, and such a promise made by

Sumter men. But it is a matter of

doubt that the people of their county

authorized, or the people of Marion

asked, them to make such a promise

And certain it is that the custom has

continued as tho no such promise was

made. Captain Baker of Sumter was

succeeded by Mr Carney of Marion;
Mr. Carney was succeeded by Mr.

Terrell of Sumter, and Mr. Terrell
was succeeded by Mr. Crosby of Mar

ion. At no time has Sumter offered a

candidate except in its regular turn,

and the men it has sent to the senate
have always been of high character

and ability.

Marion is a larger, richer and more

populous county than Sumter, and
some impatience has been manifested
at the smaller member of our sena senatorial
torial senatorial group having equal power with
the greater in our upper house. But
it must be remembered that Sumter
was invited into the combination, and
invited because it was needed. It also
seems that Marion's chafing at the

yoke was greater several years ago
than it is now.
' There is a strong feeling among
our people that Marion cannot afford
to break its pledge, and that if the
agreement with Sumter should be
broken it should have been done in an
off year say, two years ago so that
Sumter would have known what to
expect. If the apportionment amend amendment
ment amendment carries, Sumter will go into an another
other another district, and may not be repre represented
sented represented in the senate for many years,
while Marion will be a district by it itself.
self. itself. The Star is not so unalterably
wedded to a promise that it would ad advise
vise advise the people of the twentieth dis district
trict district to send an inferior man to the
senate simply because he happens to
be from Sumter in that county's turn,
and it would certainly fight a bad man
of its own county if he tried to go in
on Marion's turn; but, all other things
being equal, it thinks that it is Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's duty to let her smaller sister
have the lead in what will probably
be their last trip together to the state
capitol.

The remains of Mr. J. M. Thomas

were laid to rest Tuesday with a
ceremony as unostentatious as the life
of the man, but marked on the part of

uncounted friends with a sympathy

and sorrow as sincere as the service

he always gave to every duty.

The little cottage on Oklawaha,
which for ten years had been his

home, was surrounded Tuesday after

noon with friends not only of the

town but from other communities,

some many miles away. The casket,
almost hidden from sight with flow

ers, was in the parlor, and at its head
Rev. J. J. Neighbor stood to read the

sublime funeral service of the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church. The parlor and nearby

rooms were crowded with mourners;

the sorrowing relatives and some

close friends in the room adjoining
the parlor, which had been the favorite

resting place of the departed for al

most ten years. Here "Jimmy" loved

to come when the day's work was
over, to sit and read, smoke his pipe,

and extend greetings to his friends

He was a man of quiet tastes and
wide information, both in books and

public affairs, and doubtless some of

the most pleasant hours of his life in

Ocala were spent in this little room

The ceremony was brief, there was

no singing, and when Mr. Neighbour
had finished reading the service, the
casket was borne to the hearse and
followed by a long line of cars was

taken to Greenwood. It was the great

est funeral cortege Ocala ever saw

the line of cars was at least a mile

long, and many were waiting at the

cemetery whenthe hearse arrived.

' The grave had been dug between
two of the trees that form the line on
the hilltop between Greenwood and its
annex. The ceremony at the grave
was as simple and briefer than that

at the home. Rev. Neighbour read

the burial service as the casket was

lowered to its place, and made a brief

prayer, and then the sorrowing
friends came away and left their be beloved
loved beloved dead in peaceful rest with his
face toward the sunrise that shall
sometime bloom into everlasting day.
There has never been a funeral in
Ocala where there was greater testi testimony
mony testimony of sympathy and regret, ,and
never one where the floral offerings
were more numerous and beautiful.
The grave was heaped high and cov covered
ered covered from sight with the most fra fragrant
grant fragrant flowers our flowery state af affords.
fords. affords. So passes from us a man whom we
can ill spare, a man whose life prin principle
ciple principle was service and duty, and who
has left us as a rich heritage a renew renewed
ed renewed hope and faith in the innate good goodness
ness goodness of humanity.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star, February 15, 1922)

One of the leading dentists of

Jacksonville is Dr. James Chace, who

has has thirty-four years experience

in his profession and in consequence
is thoroughly posted in all its details.

Although only three years and a half

in Jacksonville, he has become one of
the most popular dentists in this
city. Fraternal Record.
The Star is pleased to see so high
an encomium placed on the profes professional
sional professional skill of Dr. Chace as we know
he is worthy of it. Not so many
years ago Dr. Chace was a resident of

Ocala and no man ever stood higher

in his profession.

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, baby
and nurse came down from the Mead Meadows
ows Meadows yesterday and spent the day at

the Ocala House.

Mrs. Hiller and her guests went in
carriages to Silver Springs yesterday
and then took the Helen for a fifteen-

mile run down the river. She took her

maid and cook along and served
dainty refreshments. An orchestra
of three pieces furnished music all

the time.

Rev. L. B. Warren of Louisville,

Ky., arrived in town this morning
and will preach in the Baptist church

Sunday morning and evening.

SUMTER'S CANDIDATE
FOR THE SENATE

Imbibers of bootleg liquor are ar

rested, no doubt, on writs of habeas

corpse.

This being Sumter's turn to send a
man to the senate, Mr. N. J. Wicker
of Coleman submits his name to the
democratic voters of the twentieth
district as a candidate for that office,
and, so far as is known, will be the
only man from that county who will
aspire to the office.
Mr. Wicker is a Georgian by birth,
but has been in Florida for thirty-six
years, and has done his full share in
helping to build up his section. He is
a farmer and trucker and his stand standing
ing standing among his neighbors is shown by
the fact that he has twice represented
his county in the lower house of the
legislature. He states in his platform:
"Realizing that live stock is and
should be one of Florida's greatest

assets, now languishing and threaten threatened
ed threatened with destruction, I favor legislation

that will eradicate the cattle fever
tick, so Florida may have an outlet

and market for her cattle.

"Realizing that the welfare of any

government must rest upon the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of its citizens, I favor lib liberal
eral liberal provision by the legislature for
the maintenance of our rural, town

and city schools as well as Florida's

institutions of higher learning.

"I am unalterably opposed to freak

legislation of any nature whatsoever
and if elected will use my every effort

to prevent their passage, thereby pre

venting our statute books from being

encumbered with absurd laws.

"I am opposed to the judiciary be

ing placed in the hands of the elec

torate, firm in the belief that it tends

to lower the dignity, lessen respect

and prevent in a measure the enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of our laws, when these hieh

dignitaries are forced to scramble for
office, by the common methods of the
politicians."

Mr. Wicker is sixty-two years old,

a vigorous, sturdy, sunburned farmer.

He has a good home at" Coleman, and
his family consists of his wife, two
daughters and a son, the latter a

young man who volunteered to serve
his country in the world war before
he was eighteen years of age.

They're called peace dollars, but it
requires the usual hard fight to get

possession of one.

A European can't judge us by visit

ing New York. He should travel in in-land
land in-land and see our wonderful billboards

Ocala. Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star February 15, 1912)

This is the fourteenth anniversary

of the destruction of the battleship
Maine in Havana harbor and it will
be marked with a funeral cortege

from the Cuban capital, bringing the

bodies recovered from the wreck to
Washington for burial in Arlington

National Cemetery. Rev. John J

Chadwick, chaplain on the ill-fated

Maine at the time of the explosion,

will accompany the remains.

As the White House clocks were

striking the hour of ten this mom
ing, President Taf t signed the proC'

lamation admitting Arizona into the
Union as a full-fledged state. He
used a pen which will be given to
Postmaster General Hitchcock. With
the admission of this state it brings

into the sisterhood of states the last

bit of territory within the confines of

the continental .United States.

Mr. J. J. Gerig returned yesterday
from Jacksonville, where he attended
an enthusiastic meeting of the Rexall

druggists.

Mr. L. F. Savarese left yesterday
for Savannah on a short business

visit.

FROM JOLLY CORKS TO ELKS

The dawn of February 16, 1922, will
mark an anniversary of keen interest

to nearly 1,000,000 American men.

Fifty-four years ago on February
16, 1868 a little group of fourteen
men sat in a stuffy room in New York
city. Twice they voted on a matter
they had been debating for weeks.

On the second ballot, the now almost

forgotten fraternal order of the
"Jolly Corks" was disbanded. And

the Benevolent and Protective Order

of Elks was born.

The first membership report in the

archives of the Elks is dated Decern

ber 27, 1868. New York Lodge No.

1, the mother lodge of the order, was

then its only lodge. There were 76
members on the rolls.
The fifty-fourth anniversary of the
order's birth shows a membership of
more than 818,000 Elks in more than
1400 lodges that dot the United States
of America. At Anchorage, Alaska,
the farthest north Elks lodge stands
amid almost polar ice and snow. Elks
lodge rise at Brownsville, Texas, and
Key West, Florida farthest southern
points of the continental United
States. Our canal zone has its lodge
at Balboa Heights. Our island pos possessions
sessions possessions are starred with Elks lodges
at Manila in the Philippines, at Hon Honolulu
olulu Honolulu and Hilo in Hawaii, at Guam,
and at San Juan in Porto Rico. And
the Elks of America are working to
initiate their millionth member by
July, 1922, when the Grand Lodge
meets at Atlantic City.
Ocala Lodge No. 286 was granted
its charter on July 23rd, 1903, and
had amongst its charter members
some of ouf leading and most influ influential
ential influential citizens, such men as Edward

Hiller, Edward Holder, Otis T. Green,
Niel M. Allred, Wm. H. Powers, Geo.

H. Ford, A. S. Anderson, Richard S.

Hall, D. W. Davis, Geo. R. McKean,
Geo. K. Robinson, Frank S. Watson,
James E.. Chace, George MacKay, S.

E. Hiller, John H. Taylor, Thomas K.

Slaughter and others. The most of

these have passed to the great be

yond. At the present time Ocala
Lodge No. 286 has a fine membership
of live Elks. Its present exalted

ruler is A. A. Vandenbrock and Chas
Y. Miller is secretary.

See the Gas Company's advertise

ment on RANGES. Will allow dis

count for your old range. Ocala Gas

Company. 15-6t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

THE light, specially-made pis pistons
tons pistons and the perfectly balanced
crankshaft of the New Series of the

good Maxwell not only increase
motor smoothness, power and flex flexibility,
ibility, flexibility, but reduce vibration to
the vanishing point, lengthen the
motor's life and hold down repairs
Touring Car, $885 Roadster, $885 Sedan, $1485 .Coupe, $1385
F.O.B. Datrvtf, nremme tmxtmht atUmd
Carroll Motors Company
PHONE 376
OCALA FLORIDA
The Good

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BARGAIN

One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;

newly painted; new tires; $350.
ll-6t MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.

Such is the response of the down-and-outer when approached by the
advertising solicitor of the newspaper.
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When pushed further the non-advertising merchant usually pretends
that he can sell cheaper because he does not have to pay advertising
bills.
Every now and then one of these down-and-outers listens to the argu arguments
ments arguments of the advertising solicitor, puts on a trial campaign, gets satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory results, and becomes a reguar growing concern.

$1

If the down-and-outer would only take the trouble to study the story of

the Success of the advertising retailers in their own town they would

quickly get into the game and do more business.

The store which has won success through advertising would as soon
consider the possibility of discontinuing to advertise as to try to 1 do
business without clerks.
Advertising is not an expense, but a stimulus to sales, paid for by the

consumer.

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Star Publishing Co.
Publishers of Daily and Weekly Star

The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf

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OCALA ETZXUiQ fit Aft. WSbftgSfof, MtfARY 15, 1922

Plumbing & Electric Contractor
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Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange

RENEWED TESTIMONY

No one in Ocala who suffers back backache,
ache, backache, headaches, or distressing "urina "urinary
ry "urinary ills can afford to ignore this Ocala
woman's twice-told story. It is con
Armed testimony that no Ocala rest
' dent can doubt.
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 218 Second St,
Ocala, says: "When my kidneys got
out of order, I would be so dizzy, I
couldn't walk straight and there were
times I couldn't get about, owing to
the pain across the small of my back.
'There were other distressing symp symptoms
toms symptoms of kidney trouble, too. Doan's
Kidney Pills, 'whenever used, brought
relief, and I gladly recommend them."
(Statement given June 19, 1914.)
On April 16, 1918, Mrs. Fraser add added
ed added "I am stronger in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills today than ever before,
for they cured me entirely of kidney
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Careful estimates made on all con contract
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SERVICE

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The Accommodation slid rustlly Into
the station. She found a seat in the
day coach and sat on the red plush
seat, telescope across her knees and
eyes squeezed tight against nausea
and rising misery.
Across the aisle a large party with
a heavy gold chain spanning a convex
waistcoat leaned to her with a queer
chirring noise underneath his breath,
his eyes, well-imbedded in flesh, glow glowing
ing glowing across at her In quick appraisal.
"Some kid," he said between moist
chirrups.
Washington avenue, Just above Jef Jefferson,
ferson, Jefferson, has seen better days. Its
brown-stone fronts, even in bellicose
times, when St. Louis showed i.an i.an-talettes
talettes i.an-talettes beneath her hoops and traded
slaves on the courthouse steps, had
not the sagging stoops or the copings
sunk. Instead, there were starchly
curtained windows and the copings of
sandstones, even the granite pairs of
door lions scrubbed well into the crev crevices
ices crevices of the carved manes and, too,
the carriage-step whitely scoured for
the comings and goings and doings
and dancings of the Paplns and
Chouteaus, Garrisons and Chopins of
those debonair pioneer days.
Then because of the West-End
movement, and because people are
constantly prospering or falling back,
and the street car franchise cutting
through the seclusion, and a new gen generation
eration generation turning from a brown-stone
to a white-stone front age, Washing Washington
ton Washington avenue just above Jefferson evac evacuated
uated evacuated and slipped into decay. "To Let"
;began to stare from empty windows,
, doors sagged out of plumb, and finally,
(like ghouls to the corpse of yesterday,
the rooming house invaded, the lodger
for the night laying a furtive head
beneath tue high, calcimlned celling of
prouder days.
At 2595 Washington avenue, sinis sinister
ter sinister looking with its front door sagging
in like a toothless mouth, its indoor
shutters closed and milk bottles and
cans of the add-hot-water-and-serve
ioods of the lodger on the window
sills, Mrs. Lucy Beasley, to whom life
consisted of two frayed ends which
would not meet, conducted a Rooming
House Light Housekeeping.
. You to whom Light Housekeeping is
but a card stuck in a murky window,
look to It well that you never know
more. It Is the hearthstone and the
family board gone to smash, and in
their stead a tin can over the gas Jet.
Women sick with the heaviness of
Light Housekeeping sometimes forget
;to turn off the gas. Men in such
rooms sit through the long hours of
out-of-work workadays, oftiraes plan planning
ning planning no good. Children cry here, not
knowing why.
In her third-story-back, a slit of a
iroom overlooking a segment of alley
'and the roofs of the King Kuality shoe
'factory, Annie Klneady, brushing out
yher flood of hair, heard one such cry
beat against the thin walls of her room
and paused with her brush held away
from her and looking back at herself
'in the square of wavy mirror.
Into the quiet of Sunday morning
slow-clappered church bells rang
roundly. She stood there with her
liead cocked to the cry, her hair flow flowing
ing flowing down and over her bare arms and
more than ever brilliant in the meager
room, with its cot still awry from her
rising, a table spread with her poor
odds and ends of toilet and a bowl
and pitcher. Beside It a tin slop-jar,
and besides that her empty telescope.
The cry, half a cough, rose again
louder, and she tossed down the
brush and wound her hair in its loose
coil, slid Into her black dress, with
her neck rising whitely out of it,
squirming to button it up her back.
Slipped out into the dark hall, with
the medley of breakfast smells oozing
from everywhere, and knocked at the
Moor adjoining hers.
I "Come."
! She did not turn the knob; placed
her lips to a crack instead.
t "I don't want to come in, Mr. Fod Fod-die,
die, Fod-die, only to know if the baby
The door swung back upon her, re revealing
vealing revealing Mr. Foddle in a gray and well well-frayed
frayed well-frayed flannel house-gown, corded in
at the waist, and a smile that lifted
the Jooped-up corners of his mustache
well toward his eyes.
"Well, of all the high-toned little
neighbors. Don't wanna come in I"
SHOE REPAIRING
I wish to announce that I have re
turned 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.
If youH try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy. youTl use no other. tf

"Me snd Beasley trt going over to
the Lefftngweil church this morning,

The Cry, Half a Cough, Rose Again
Louder.
Mr. Foddle, only hearing the baby kind
of coughing H
"Wonder you wouldn't ask a poor
old widower to go along."
"Why, Mr. Foddle, you yourself
home sick from the store yesterday
and little Robbie"
He struck himself resoundingly upon
the chest and smoothed his hair, so
smoothly pomaded across a thinning
spot and three shades darker than the
too brown mustache.
"Never felt better in my life."
"Beasley says that's what you al always
ways always say after one of your heart
spells, and then right away start to
overdoing."
"Never felt better la my life. Me
for the store tomorrow, like I'd never
been down."
"Oh, Mr. Foddle, forgetting right
away and taking all sorts of risks,
when the doctor told you that excite excitement
ment excitement Is dangerous and
"Nothing Is dangerous around this
here joint. Miss Annie, except you."
"Cut thatl"
"What'd I say that was wrong?"
'"Nothing, but cut it; that's alt."
"I was only fooling, Annie."
"What?"
"Miss Annie, I was only fooling, Miss
Annie. I like to see you get mad with
that red-haired temper of yours and
those reat Mg beautiful
"Cut it, I said." She moved back
rroin him Into the gloom of halls and
toward her open door.
"Well, of ail the little spitfires!"
The cry rose, thin as a quail's, and
she turned back toward him.
"He was croupy all night, Mr. Fod Foddle;
dle; Foddle; I could hear him. Did you fix up
the tent over his crib and burn creo creosote
sote creosote under It like I showed you?"
"Just don't know. Miss Annie, what's
ailing the little fellow. Got the lamp
alrighty; but what does it mean, Miss
Annie, when his little body is hot all
over, not real feverish, but just hot,
dryllke?"
"Ill see." She was past him Into
the three-windowed thlrd-floor-front
and toward a small crib in its corner,
bending over and into it, her large
white hands gripping its sides.
"If he needs a doctor. Miss Annie, I
ain't the one to spare expense
"Sh-h-h-h !" She raised her face to
him with her finger laid across her
lips. "He's dropped off again. It's
nothing the matter with the JIttle fel fellow,
low, fellow, Mr. Foddle, but Just croup. My
my little one used to get Just this
way, too, hot and dry-skinned, but
not real feverish. Just you burn creo creosote
sote creosote tonight again and see how it
fixes him up."
He advanced toward her, sloughing
in his felt slippers the length of the
floor. There was a spaciousness an J
an air of upholstered comfort about
that room once removing it from the
chilly category of the "neatly fur furnished.'
nished.' furnished.' An upholstered sofa, bulgy
but spacious, was drawn oat along alongside
side alongside a fireplace cut In a monstrous
marble mantelpiece and shaped like
an Inverted U. A patent rocker up upholstered
holstered upholstered in carpet and a hassock,
relics of Mr. Foddie's connubial era,
sat by and a folding bed, already
swung to concealment behind red rep
curtains. A lambrequin with ball
fringe hung from the mantelpiece. Be Before
fore Before this mantel, its pier mirror of
better days tilted to reflect the room,
Mr. Foddle paused for view of Annie
Klneady there beside the crib.
"If that kid of mine gets any fonder
of you, Miss Annie, his pall get Jeal Jealous."
ous." Jealous." "He's the sweetest little thing. Mr.
Foddle, just the sweetest little thing;
and so smart for only three.'
"Image of his pa."
"He he Just don't look one bit like
you, Mr. Foddle."
"There you go again, running me
down."
"Why, he he's Just the sweetest
little thing, Mr. Foddle. Yesterday,
with you layin' down and needing
quiet, Beasley let me take him down
to the store with me in the afternoon.
Wasn't a trimmer on the floor wasn't
just crazy about him ; even old Ein Einstein
stein Einstein wer.t out and bought him a sack
of t-ainTy."
(Continued Tomorrow)
If you're not eating FEDERAL
bread, try it once, and well stand by
your judgment. Federal Bakery. 23-tf

Quick Service
Anto Repairing
Let us do your auto repair
work. We are also prepared to
make you a new top or repair
the old one. We employ only
experienced mechanics, and you
doct pay for boys experiment experimenting:
ing: experimenting: on your car. All work is
cash and every job guaranteed.
Our charges are 75 cents per
hour. We use only genuine
Ford parts in repairing Fords.
Save money by bringing us
your repair work.
Dixie Highway
Garage
JAS. ENGESSER
121 W. Broadway.' Phone 258

BARGAINS IN NEW AND
USED BUILDING MATERIAL
Salvaged Lumber, clean and
new appearing, mostly No. 1,
Y. P. $8 to $18 per M.
Hot Air Heaters guaranteed to
heat 8-room house. .. .$50.00
Six-Light White Pine Window
Sash in perfect condition,
price 75c. each
100,000 Gal. Wood Tank and
Screen Doors, in perfect condi condition
tion condition 75c.
Tower less than price.
NEW PLUMBING GOODS
Five-ft. Enameled Baths, guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed $25.60
Enameled Lavatories with
Apron .. ..$8.60
Water Closets complete with
enameled tank, china bowl,
guar, seat $22.50
Write for complete price lists.
The Camp Johnston Salvage Co.
Box 48, Jacksonville, Fla.

COTTON SEEHD POTATO
ALL KINDS FIELD AND GARDEN SEED
, FOR 1922 SEASON AT REDUCED PRICES
We will in a few days receive all kinds of Cotton Seed. We
gj have spared no expense in our investigation as to the kind of
seed most immune from the boll weevil for this section. Our
government recommends the COLUMBIA, which is a long staple.
3? Price Per bushel, $4.00. Select Sea Island Sosnowski, two years
5. from island, per bushel, $4.00; more than two years from island,
$3.50; Select Uplands at $2.75. Place your orders early as we
jps can secure only a limited quantity. j
j?) IRISH POTATO SEED Red Bliss, per 150-lb. sack. $6.90;
Spaulding Rose, $5.75; Irish Cobblers, $5.75.
5 ;
I OCALA EXCHANGE & HIDE CO.
Phone 400. OCALA FLORIDA. Carmichael Block

WHOTE STAR LOME
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

MOV5S, PACK, SHD?
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE. ETC.

A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows and
mill work and will save you
enough to make the effort worth
while.
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO,
Perry, Florida
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance.
fire or life, let me show you the propo
sitions offered by some of the strong
est companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO. Aent.
r O
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phong 296
Night Phone 515
Dsy Phone 47
When the Hour Glass of
Time Runs Its Course
Funeral directors are called to pre prepare
pare prepare and lay away our loved ones. In
the humble cottage and palatial home
alike, this duty should be performed
that the memory in the care of our
dead give unwavering confidence in
those we employ.
Motor Equipment, Prompt Service
Anywhere, Anytime
GEO. MACKAY & COMPANY
Funeral Directors
G. B. Overton, Director



3?

OCALA OCCURRED

Mrs. Mallory Liddon of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville arrive in Ocala yesterday and is
the guest of her sister, Mrs.. H. A.
Waterman.

Post Toasties and Corn Flakes 9c.
at the U-SERVE STORES. 15-3t

You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
This is a Studebaker year.
i
Miss Roebuck, court stenographer
from Gainesville, is a business visitor
in the city for a few days and is the
guest of Miss Carrie Barco.
Post Toasties and Corn Flakes 9c.
at the U-SERVE STORES. l5-3t
For that run down condition of
stomach, liver and kidneys, along
with depleted nerves, take Chiroprac
tic and get well. See Dr. Kiplinger,
at Ocala House. I4-6t
U-Serve Stores, one east of square,
one west of square, one corner South
Main and Second streets, one 424 W.
Broadway. Shop at the one nearest
you. 13-3t
Miss Virginia Spangler of Western.
port, Md., is the guest of her friend
and former neighbor, Mrs.' H. S. Min-
shall at her home on East Fort King
avenue. Miss Spangler has been
spending some weeks at Winter Ha
ven, Fla.
Mrs. C. R. Rogers at the A.-R. Groc
ery, is making special prices this
week on staple and fancy groceries.
South side Ocala House block. Phone
76. 15-4t
Prof, and Mrs. Herbert Martin of
Auburn, Ala., are reeciving congratu
lations on the arrival of an infant son
at their home Feb. 2nd. This is the
second young professor in the family,
and he has been given the name of
John Bruce.
Best cakes
home industry.
in town patronize
Carter's Bakery. 6-tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
See the Gas Company's advertise
ment on RANGES. Will allow dis
count for your old range. Ocala Gas
Company. 15-6t
Queen Quality bananas 35 cents per
dozen at the U-Serve Stores. 13-3t
Mr. A. S. Pickett drove his school-
bus into the dummy at the northwest
corner of the square yesterday. As
a result of the accident the ground
around the dummy was strewn' with
running board splinters and a block
of chocolate candy.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Free air and a man to put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Company. 3-tf
The famous BUTTERNUT bread is
made in Ocala only by the Carter
Bakery. 6-tf
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main' Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
The Real Estate Exchange of Ocala
entertained the officers of the Real Realtors
tors Realtors Association at a luncheon at 1
p. m. today at the Harrington Hall
hotel. Besides these gentlemen, some
fifty citizens of Ocala, representing
the prominent business concerns of
the city, were invited guests at the
luncheon.
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 108. Main Street
Market. tf
U-Serve Stores, one east of square,
one west of square, one corner South
Main and Second streets, one 424 W.
Broadway. Shop at the one nearest
you. 13-3t
Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
Miss Elizabeth Bennett has return returned
ed returned from Tallahassee, where she has
spent the past week the guest of sev
eral Ocala students at the Woman's
College.
Get "Honey Boy" cakes for the
children. Most healthful cakes made.
Pure honey is the sweetening used.
Federal Bakery. 23-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Kelly and
son of Gainesville are spending the
day in Ocala with Mr. and" Mrs. H. A.
Davies. They expect to leave toomr toomr-row
row toomr-row morning fo ra trip to"M1ami.

REAL ESTATE MEN
ENTERTAIN VISITORS

An important meeting of the Ocala
Real Estate Exchange is being held
this afternoon at the Board of Trade
rooms. The object of this meeting is
to arrange for the local exchange to
affiliate with the Florida State Real Realtors,
tors, Realtors, and through them with the Na
tional Realtors.
Mr. Ernest L. Hill, president, and
Mr. J. L. Wallace, secretary of the
state organization, of Jacksonville,
are here assisting with the arrange arrangements
ments arrangements of the local board for joining
the national organiaztion.
The Ocala exchange entertained
Messrs. Hill and Wallace at the Har
rington at lunch today, and a number
of business men of the city represent
ing almost every line of industry were
guests on this occasion, and listened
with much interest to the talks made
by Messrs. Hill and Wallace on the
great possibilities of the organization
which they represent, and which the
local real estate men propose joining
hands with.
THURSDAY HALF-HOLIDAY
AT THE OCALA LIBRARY
The library board held its regular
monthly meeting last night at eight
o'clock. Among the things passed on,
it was decided to close the library on
Thursday afternoons and evenings.
This Thursday half-holiday will be
observed the year around, starting
tomorrow.
Post Toasties and Corn Flakes 9c.
at the U-SERVE STORES. 15-3t
Mr. R. E. Davis, a leading lawyer
of Gainesville, and Mr. Will Dale, who
Ocala loaned to that town a number
of years ago, and hasn't been returned
yet, are in the city on legal business,
Judge and Mrs. E. E. Cox and Mr.
I J. M. Mayo Jr., of Camilla, Ga., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox at
their home on Oklawaha avenue. They
will in company with Mr.' Cox make
la tour of the southern part of the
state, returning to Ocala the latter
part of the week.
The Tuesday auction club held its
regular weekly meeting last night
with Miss Louise Spencer as hostess.
The first prize, a box of stationery,
was won by Miss Alice Sexton, and
the booby, a valentine, by Miss Lou-
reen Spencer. At the conclusion of
the games the hostess served a sweet
course. Mrs. J. D. Good, Miss Lou-
reen Spencer and Miss Elizabeth Ben
nett were the visitors playing with
the club members.
U-Serve Stores, one east of square,
one west of square, one corner South
Main and Second streets, one 424 W.
Broadway. Shop at the one nearest
you. xa-az
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. 1 tf
Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee entertained
last evening at a dainty little supper,
honoring Mrs. W. V. Knott, who is a
girlhood friend of the hostess. Those
enjoying the evening with the hostess
and honoree, were Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. Philip Mur
phy and Mrs. Mary Eagleton. During
the evening vocal solos by Mrs. Knott
and Mrs. Murphy and music by Miss
Elizabeth Wetherbee were greatly en
joyed.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
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Queen Quality bananas 35 cents per
dozen at the U-Serve Stores. 13-3t
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn of Orlando, a one
time resident and pastor of the Ocala
Methodist church, is spending a few
days here, attending to business, and
shaking hands with friends. Rev.
Hilburn reports that Mrs. Hilburn,
who has been so sick at a sanitarium
in Orlando, is very much improved
and on the road to recovery. This will
be good news to their Ocala friends.
We make none but the best pastries,
Patronize a home enterprise. Carter's
Bakery. 6-tf
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Mrs. Beulah M. Warner, grand ma matron
tron matron of the Order of Eastern Star of
Florida, will arrive in the city this
afternoon. Mrs. Warner comes to pay
her official visit to Ocala Chapter No.
29, O. E. S., this evening at eight
o'clock.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
THt 80 PER CENT OF ALL
kHS? HEADACHES are due
-i"- to eyestrain or weak
. v
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR SALE $65 takes ten-year-old
blind brood mare with one-year-old
nice male colt. P. L. Stenger, Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, Fla. 15-6t
FOR RENT Cozy new five-room
cottage near high school; all -..conveniences;
$25 per month. James
Hall Real Estate Agency. Phone
218. lo-3t
WANTED Pupils of grammar school
to coach. Arithmetic a specialty.
Address Mrs. B. M. McKinney,
Ocala. 15-3t
FOR RENT On Orange avenue,
two miles south of Ocala, 40-acre
farm. J. T. Nelson, 211 N. Main!
St., Ocala, Fla. 14-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Call phone 578, or apply at 603 East
Second street. 14-tf
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. Special terms to local
party. Call 34 Sanchez street, or
phone 238. 14-3t
LOST On Dixie Highway Thursday
near Ocala, a box containing a
cerise taffeta evening dress. Notify
and receive reward. Mrs. F. C.
Paul, 2822 Nebraska avenue, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 13-3t
TRANSFER SERVICE Get Cordrey
Bros, to do your hauling and mov moving;
ing; moving; anything anywhere. Prices
reasonable, prompt service. Call
phone 434. Cordrey Bros. tf
WANTED To buy, small sawmill
with capacity of 3000 to 4000 feet
per day. Address J. L. Smith,
Ocala, Fla. 13-6t
FOR RENT Large, airy comfortable
bedrooms; excellent location. Apply
504 E. Oklawaha Ave. Phone 379.
WANTED Salesman with car to
travel this county. This is a bona
fide proposition that pays well
Write for appointment. D. M. Bry
ant, box 151, Lakeland, Fla. 10-6t
FOR SALE Nursery Stock, immed
iate delivery, kumquats, tangerines
and Parson Brown oranges. One
year buds on two-year sour "stock,
at $1.50, delivered in Ocala. Joseph
Bell. 10-6t
FOUND An automobile rim, casing
and tube. Owner can get same by
identifying property and paying for
this ad. Call at the Crescent Groc
ery Company. 9-6t
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 Caille 5-speed rowboat
motor; magneto ignition; self-start
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida
ACCIDFNT AITOMOPU.K
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OF THE
University of Florida
PRESENT
SPANISH KNIGHTS
Musical Play in Three Acts. 14 Femi Feminine
nine Feminine Roles Played by Men
SPANISH MUSIC, DANCES, COSTUMES
AND SCENERY

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Prices: $1.00 and $1.50, plus
Tax
Reserved Seats (in Sale at Court
Pharmacy

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wg device new LQ perfect running
condition. Cost $130. "Will sell for
$85. J. J. Williams, Homosassa,
Fla. (or call Ocala House Monday
night.) 14-6t

SHOE REPAIRING A new man has
opened a shoe repairing shop sec second
ond second door from Masters dry goods
store, 20 North Magnolia street,
west of courthouse. I repair y6ur
shoes at $1.50 and $1.75. 2-7-lm
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
street. 9-6t
FOR SALE Horse and wagon. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. J. Hogan, North Ocala. 6t
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 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
I Make a Specialty of
Income Tax Reports
For Farmers, Merchants and
Professional Men
C. CECiL BRYANT
Room 23, Holder Block
OCALA, FLA.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
.rains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
tnteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD Allt LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
i :20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 run
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 8:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am NYork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 un
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leav Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:53 urn
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-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 Dm Leesbure 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
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Entertainment (jctucaiion to iAeTtome u

Just the Cjrand
you've 'wanted
YOU have always wanted
a Grand just small enough
CO fit easily into your home.
MATHUSHEK
GRAND,
Gome and play this grand for
yourself then you will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate its graceful design and
sweet tone.
&flt0 Upri&lrt mmd 'PLrym
SUstkutkek wirlit
Sold on Easy Terms
KELLEY MUSIC CO.,
Gainesville, Florida.

SANITARY MANUFACTURING METHODS

.2.1
MARION COUNTY

Clark Jewel Gas Ranges
THE last word in modern, scientific ranges! A
Clark Jewel will make your cooking easier and
always successful. The cabinet ranges have lin linings
ings linings coated with baked-on aluminum, which heat
cannot remove. The range itself is strong and ex extra
tra extra durable. 'And there is the additional feature so
many women are demanding nowadays the fa famous
mous famous LORAIN
OVEN HEAT REGULATOR
Lorain can be net to any of 44 different cooking
and baking heats. It keeps your oven ai the heat
you want as long as you want it! May we dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate Lorain's advantages, and the simplicity of
its use? Come in this week!

OCALA GAS COMPANY M

PHONE 61

Harrington

JAMES HALL
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Buy or Sell Through the Home Man. IT PAYS
City Homes, Business Blocks, Orange Groves, Timbered and
Phosphate Lands. Nothing too Small, Nothing too Large

OFFICE: Florida House.

C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
E. A. STROUT
Farm Agency
Thorn & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, City Property
and Unimproved Land for Sale
OFFICE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 282 OCSLA, FLA.

All our ice cream is made under bur
flown roof in clean, sanitary work
rooms. Nothing but the most mod modern
ern modern machines are used and the mix mixing
ing mixing and freezing is thorough in every
respect. We are very careful about
the selection of ingredients. The
cream must be uniform in quality and
flavor.
Served at
TROXLER'S FOUNTAIN
T. W.
CREAMERY COMPANY
Hall Block
Phone 218
72 Honrs
Without Drugs
Pains fa Heart. Chest Shool4r.
Angina Pectoria Difficult Breath. Smother
tag. Dizxr. Fain tin? Spella. Dropcicsl Swatt Swatting.
ing. Swatting. Albumen and Sugar, bar ben perman permanently
ently permanently relieved mithin 72 homrm tm 2
witkomt Drwgt mndMilicim in tbonaaa 4m
of eaaea. by The Waldea Method. 9S ot
offerers of Heart Trouble, Cardiac A thine.
Angina. Blood Preaaqre. Three tnad Paralyaia,
Hardened Arteries and Kidney Comphunta
hare no organic trouble aad eaa be promptSy
and permanently relieved by The Waldea
Method, without drags. Writ for 88 page
book, copyrighted, gyp lain big the Nature.
Causes and Permanent Belief of tbeee cos,
plainta. without drags. Scientific Conaultatjea
Chart. References, etc. which will be seat to
sufferers Free, npoa receipt ef a statement of
their case. Address: The Waldea lastitate.
Suite 407. Plymouth Bldg. New Harea. Cons,



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