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WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy and warmer tonight and Saturday. TEMPERA X L' KES This morning. 34; this afternoon, 8.
Sunrise tomorrow, 7:04; sunset, 6:17. OCALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922 "' VOLUME TWEXTY-EIGHT. NO. 41
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FORDNEY SAYS THE
BONUS WON'T FAIL
JACKSONVILLE HAS 1,11011 COUIITVill
A HUT JAIli THE FIRST PRIZE
WEATHER TRIED TO
IS READY B
OOARDQF TIDE III
CHAD ITS III
FOR A CHARGE
Chairman of House Ways and Means
Commitee Confident that The
Bill Will Pass
Washington, Feb. 17. The bonus
bill will be reported to the republican
caucus within the next ten days, "and
the republican House will pass it,"
Chirman Fordney of the ways and
means committee declared in the
City by the St. Johns Becoming An Four Hundred and Fifteen Oat of a
Unhealthy Resort for Gamblers
Jacksonville, Feb. 17 Federal war-
Possible Five Hundred
(Special to the Star)
Orlando, Feb. 17. Marion county
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
In the circuit court Wednesday, be before
fore before sentence was passed on J. W.
Akin, the following affidavit was read
by defendant's counsel:
Affidavit of C. L. Collins
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit, of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in and for Marion County.
State of Florida vs. J. W. Akin.
State of Florida,
C. L. Collins, being duly sworn, on
oath deposes and says that, on the
sixth and seventh days of January,
A. D. 1922, he was in the circuit court
room in Ocala, Florida, during the en entire
tire entire time of the trial of J. W. Akin
on an indictment for forgery, except
for a few minutes during the cross cross-examination
examination cross-examination of Mr. Akin by the
state's attorney. Aside from that
brief part of the trial, I heard and
followed carefully the entire trial
from the selection of the jury to the
returning of the jury's verdict. I was
not connected with the case in any
way but felt a very keen interest
therein and, therefore, gave very
careful heed to the entire procedings.
I heard both arguments of George
W. Scofield, the state's attorney, as
well as the argument of R. A. Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford foi the defense. During much of
the time I might say, most of the
time that the state's attorney was
addressing the jury in his closing
argument, Judge Bullock was not on
the bench nor in the court room
proper, he having retired through the
door leading to his private office.
I noted that,' in his first address to
the jury. Mr. Scofield confined his re remarks
marks remarks strictly to a discussion of the
evidence offered bv witnesses. In his
concluding argument, however, he did
not keep so close to the testimony
On two occasions the judge being
out of the court room, so that counsel
for Mr. Akin could not appeal to him
for fair play Mr. Scofield made such
statements to the jury that Mr. Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford arose and, in courteous manner,
entreated Mr. Scofield to make certain
corrections. In both instances Mr.
Scofield replied to the courteous and
gentlemanly representations of Mr.
Burford in tones and terms of ridicule
and .sarcasm. In each case, Mr. Bur Bur-fprd's
fprd's Bur-fprd's request for correction by Mr.
Scofield was based on the former's
plain statement that the latter's rep representations
resentations representations to the jury were untrue.
Referring to entries on certain war warrants
rants warrants that had been offered in evi evidence,
dence, evidence, Mr. Burford stated that evi
dence presented during the trial had
established an entirely different sig significance
nificance significance than that which Mr. Scofield
stated to the jury. Mr. Scofield's re rejoinder
joinder rejoinder was substantially as follows:
"You see how he interrupted me. I
did not interrupt him during his argu argument."
ment." argument." To which Mr. Burford replied,
substantially, "Neither will I inter interrupt;
rupt; interrupt; you, sir, except when your state statements
ments statements to the jury are untrue and
these statements are untrue."
Toward the close of his argument,
the judge still being out of the court
room, Mr. Scofield spoke substantially
as follows: "Gentlemen of the jury,
it is not a pleasant task for me to
prosecute Mr. Akin on this charge. I
am doing it as a matter of duty.
What would you think of me if I
were not to prosecute a case like
this? I presume I will make more ene
mies than friends in trying this case, j
But it is a matter of conscience with
me. It has reached my ears that some
are saying this case has reached a
stage of 'persecuting' rather than
'prosecuting' Mr. Akin. I want to tell
you gentlemen that this is only one
of several cases now pending against
this defendant. Whether you convict
him or not, I do not expect to try any
more of these cases. But if you do not
find a verdict against this defendant
in this case, I may as well throw up
my job and go home."
Holding before the jury a paper,
said to be the warrant alleged to have
been forged by the defendant, Mr.
Scofield spoke, in substance, as fol follows:
lows: follows: "You gentlemen have nothing
to do with the matter of penalty, for
this offense if you return a verdTct of
guilty." Then followed statements to
show to the jury that the offense
rants charging use of the mails to de- was awarded first prize for her dis dis-f
f dis-f raud were issued today against j play by the judges today, winning
George Roberts and Tom Ocholtree, 415 points out of a possible 500,
two of the five men arrested in the
raid last week on headquarter! of al al-leegd
leegd al-leegd wire tappers. The five will be
given a preliminary hearing this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon before a justice of the peace
on the charge of operating a gambling
OUR COUNTY SHOWS UP
WELL AT ORLANDO
charged was a small matter and the
remark, "The court car. give this de
fendant a small fine; as little as five
cents if he sees fit to do so."
At that juncture, Judge Bullock be
ing out of the court room, Mr. Bur-
Casey" Moore so Loaded Down With
Premiums that He Looked Like
The Stock for a Ribbon
Temperature Fell to Twenty-Two
Below Zero in One Northern
New York Town
An auto party consisting of Miss
Catherine Pyles, Mrs. Mildred Hitch Hitch-ings
ings Hitch-ings and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byers,
ford arose and courteously challenged j of Olney, 111., guests at the Pyles
the accuracy of Mr. Scofield's state- home, made a trip to Orlando yester yester-ment
ment yester-ment as to the legal penalty. Mr. day to take in the big mid-winter fair.
Burford declared that the statute They returned last night and early
fixes the penalty as imprisonment and this morning Miss Pyles, just bub bub-the
the bub-the court has no alternative of a fine, bling over with enthusiasm at the big
Instead of even looking up the statute success of the Orlando fair and espe espe-or
or espe-or requesting another to do it for him, cially the splendid exhibit of Marion
Mr. Scofield answered evasively to the county, told the Star what a wonder wonder-effect
effect wonder-effect that he thought his statement ful showing is being made. She says
correct. Again he ridiculed Mr. Bur- Mr. K. C. Moore, county agent, who is
ford, asking the jury to note his ner- assisting with the Marion county ex ex-vousness.
vousness. ex-vousness. "I have been trying cases hibit, showed her a whole arm full of
with Mr. Burford a long time," he blue ribbons that had been awarded
said, "and I have never seen him so our exhibits; in fact, he has been so
nervous as he is today." Continuing, busy telling strangers about it that
he added, "I suppose we must make he has not had an opportunity to at at-due
due at-due allowance for his age and for his tach them to the articles for which
realization of how bad a case he now they were awarded,
has." Having watched the case so Miss Pyles had just returned from
carefully during the entire trial, I felt Tampa, where she assisted with our
sure that Mr. Scofield's course at display at the South Florida Fair, and
this point was calculated, beyond a where she had an opportunity to see
doubt, to prejudice the jury in spite some wonderful exhibits, so when she
of the evidence, the statute involved, almost goes into ecstacies over the
and the palpable misstatement of j Marion county booth at the Mid-
penalty provided by the statute. I Winter Fair in Orlando it is safe to
I felt so keenly the unfairness of assume that it is some booth.
Mr. Scofield's argument that I men-1 u Marion had a host of ladies that
tioned it to Mr. Burford and Mr. R. took the Siune interest in getting our
Washington, Feb. 17. The weather
bureau announced today that the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing coast storm had moved to the
Grand Banks. A temperature below
zero was reported this morning in the
New England states, eastern and cen central
tral central New York and northeastern Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. The lowest was 22 degrees
below zero at Canton, N. Y.
IN THE BIG CITY
New York, Feb. 17. Thermometers
registered an unofficial low record for
the year here this morning, the mer mercury
cury mercury standing at four degrees above
COLD ENOUGH IN RICHMOND
Richmond, Va., Feb. 17. The tem
perature was eight above zero this
morning, the coldest since January
Rough Work by Greasers in Juarez
Will Send the American Troopers
Whooping Across the Rio
Fire in the Heart of the Basineae Dis District
trict District Sent Half a MUKon Dollars
Up in Flames : ; .
section before the world as Miss
Pyles, and were as willing to show by
their works as well as their words
what we can accomplish, our indus
trial population would be doubled in
AGAIN THE ENGINE
VERSUS THE AUTO
El Paso, Feb. 17. Despite failure
of Mexican revolutionists to attack
Juarez, opposite here as it has been
Birmingham, Feb. 17.-Fire origi origi-nating
nating origi-nating at three o'clock this' morning'
wiped out one-fourth of a city block
i at Twenty-first street and Fourth ave-
rumored they intended to do, and the jnue in the heart of the down town
assertion of General Eugenio Marti-1 business district. Included in the
nez, commander of the northern mili- burned area was the Oster building,
tary zone of Mexico, that there is no i which houses the Oster Brothers Pur-
sign of revolutionary activity, the
First United States Cavalry, station stationed
ed stationed at Fort Bliss here, was still held
in camp this morning in readiness for
CREAMERY WILL HELP
Put Them in the Way for a Profitable
Disposition of Their Dairy
niture Company. First estimates place
the loss at above half a million.
Beginning With the First of March It
Will be Known at the "Marion
County Chainher Of
Three University of North Carolina
Students Killed at a Crossing
B. Bullock while the jury was out con
sidering its verdict. C. L. Collins.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this February 14th, 1922.
T. S. Trantham,
( Seal ) Notary Public
Judge Bullock's Charge
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-1 Mr. Collins in the court- room and in
dicial Circuit, Marion County, State I a few minutes I sat by his side, when
of Florida. State of Florida, Plaint- j Mr. Burford, who had manifested
iff, vs. J. W. Akin, Defendant. I considerable restlessness and ner ner-This
This ner-This cause came on this day f or j vousness, moving about in the court
hearing on motion in arrest of judg-j room, interrupted Mr. Scofield in his
ment in above cause and at,the same I argument in some matter that
time on motion for a new trial, and I thought was very immaterial, but
both have been argued by attorneys I what I don't now recall, and both Mr,
for the defendant and the state's at-1 Collins and myself spoke of the un
torney, and have been considered by j fortunate occurrence. At that time
the court. I certainly this judge was not out of
After the determination of this I the court room
case 1 learned about the case of tne I The further statement that "on two
state of Florida vs. Jernigan, involv- j occasions, the judge being out of the
ing substantially the question that II court room so that counsel for Mr
supposed involved in this, as to the I Akin could not appeal to him for fair
sufficiency of the indictment in this I play," is so wholly gratuitous and tin-
case, and nopeiui tnat tne supreme warranted, an assault on this court
court would pass upon that case in that I deem it necessary for me to
time that this court would be able to make some reply. The fact is that
have the benefit of the views and ex- jr. Burford at no time made the
pressions of the court in that case, slightest effort to have the court's
purposely delayed any consideration j action in any objection he made while
of this case m order to have that J he did argue several times with Mr.
event. Since that time this case has I Scofield as to the correctness of his
been disposed of and referred to by I statements of evidence. The further
counsel this morning, and in so far as I statement that "toward the close of
the motion in arrest of judgment is his argument, the judge still being out
concerned seems to the court to be cf the court room," in connection with
conclusive against the motion. I have the statements made seems a delib-
not forgotten that motion to quash or J erate intent to accuse this court of
arrest of judgment was made in that gross negligence in the performance
case, but if, as is contended, no of- 0f duty to the detriment of Mr. Akin
fense was charged certainly the su- ftnj js unjust and unwarranted. The
preme court would have been derelict J recitation of what was said by Mr.
in duty in passing upon the question I Scofield in this connection, as I recall
without saying something about it. I it, is substantially correct but I think
This brings us to the consideration j that the expression was, "But if you
of the motion for a new trial, also I don't find a verdict against this de
presented at this time. j fendant in this case with this evi-
A reference ny counsel to the I dence then I may as well throw up my
court's attitude in relation to the I job and go home.'
prosecution of this case and the close I Again, the statement, "at that
association of the parties involved Is J juncture, Judge Bullock being out of
most generous and highly appreciat- J the court room," when it is stated
ed, especially under the circumstances I that certain remarks relating to the
of this case when such expressions I penalty that might be inflicted, I think
are so much in contrast with the un-1 are substantially correct recitations
warranted, and unjustified and cruel I of the fact except the statement that
assaults that have: been made upon I "Judge Bullock being out of the
this court in this case in affidavits I court room." The facts are that at no
filed in support of this motion, that I J time was I in such position counsel
mention them in the first instance. j could not have appealed to the court;
The affidavit of T. S. Trantham in j I was either seated on the bench writ
this ease seems to me to substantially I ing charges, examining supreme
state the facts as the court recalls ; court proceedings, or consulting some
Durham, N. C, Feb. 17. Three
young men were killed and three
others injured at four o'clock this
morning in the eastern part of the
city when an automobile was struck
by a switch engine, j With the excep
tion of the driver, who was killed, all
were University of ; North Carolina
The young men were returning to
Chapel Hill from a dance at Raleigh.
One of the injured said he believed all
the boys were asleep but the driver
when the accident occurred. The dead
are George Hadley, Mount Airy; T.
H. Bryant, Chapel Hill; George Peo
ples, Townsville, Va. The injured are
Charles Iceman, of' Monroe, who will
probably die; P. Boney, of Goldsboro,
and J. C. Spach, of 'Winston-Salem.
One 1917 Buick "6" roadster; new
tires, Al shape. Price $400.
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.
TO RAISE MONEY FOR
A meeting of the Jewish citizens of
Ocala was held last evening to confer
with Rabbi George Benedict of
Tampa, in regard to the raisin of
Ocala's quota of ihe fourteen million
dollar drive nowTn progress toward
the support of the Jewish relief com-
jmittee for relieving the sufferings of
For some months past the Star has humanity in the war-ridden countries
been told of the hardships' of the far- of Europe.
mer in the matter of disposing of his After an interesting talk from
live stock and its products. I Rabbi Benedict, depicting the deplor-
While this is deplosble, this condi-1 able condition of thousands of Jewish
tion can be somewhat overcome by 1 orphans as well as men and women
dairying, now that the Marion County : in foreign countries and the work
Creamery is in full swing and eager- j that is being done by the relief com com-ly
ly com-ly seeking milk. Many of the farmers mittee, a local organization was per per-are
are per-are taking advantage of this oppor-: f ected with Mr. Ben Rheinauer as
tunity and selling their milk at a bet- President, Mr. Max Israelson seere seere-ter
ter seere-ter net profit than they have been get- tary, and Mr. Ben Goldman treasurer,
ting in past years, but there are hun- The local committee will at once take
dreds of them who have not yet seen UP the work to raise Marion county's
fit to bring their products in. quota of the proposed fund. At this
Those who have been selling their fund is to be used for charitable pur-
product s to the dairy are more than poses among the afflicted people of
pleased with their returns. As an in- Europe regardless of race or religious
stance, Mr. E. C. Beuchler of the An- affiliation, it is to be hoped that the
thony Farms, yesterday showed a people of Ocala will respond freely
Star representative a check which he with their donations for this worthy
had received for milk furnished the cause. ... J
creamery in eighteen days from forty-! Rabbi Benedict read a letter from
six cows, for $574.41. Secretary Herbert Hoover to Davis A.
It would seem that farmers who Brown, secretary of the Jewish' relief
fail or refuse to support this institu-, committee, in which he said: --...
tion are standing in their own light. "Each year when the 7 American
Jewish relief committee has made its
' appeal, I have had tlhcOT'.tov com
mend it to the American people 'and
bkewise each year I have observed
them, and I think are practically the
In view of the very slanderous, un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted assault made upon this
court by the Rev. C. L. Collins, resi
dent Baptist minister, pastor of the
member of the bar, or standing lean
ing against a door casing within six
feet, measured distance made this
morning by a ruler, of the judge's
stand, in full view of the jury and
the lawyers. I had grown greatly
Rob-My-Tism,ahtiseptic and pain
killer, for infected sores, tetter,
sprats, neuralgia, rheexnatism
First Baptist church of Ocala, the fatigued at the long arguments that
defendant being a deacon in said had been made and I stood in the
church, I am forced to state the facts doorway leaning against the door f ac ac-as
as ac-as they actually occurred. jing in full view and hearing of the
Q- When Mr. Scofield was present- lawyers and looking into the faces of
ing his argument to the jury I saw the jury, yet it is possible that Mr.
Collins, by reason of the position that
he occupied, could not observe me.
These are the facts that the court
adjudicates as the actual occurrences
Motion for a new trial is denied.
To which ruling of the court the
defendant, by his counsel, then and
Sixty days allowed for bill of ex
The sentence of the court is that
you be imprisoned in the county jail
at hard labor for a period of three
Supersedeas bond in the sum of
To the Defendant
Mr. Akin it is very evident to you
and everybody else that under the
trying ordeal of this case and to
which I have been subjected that not
only emotion but a great deal of emo
tion exists. I have been put in humil
iation time and again, but never in my
life have I been put in such humilia
tion from one, I think, of the most
unwarranted assaults upon me as
am now. Coupled with the fact that
my association with you here for fif
teen or twenty years, I have forgotten
how long,' personal association, busi
ness association, co-operating to
gether in Christian endeavor, or try trying
ing trying to, that there should grow out of
this unfortunate occurrence a condi
tion of affairs in which I should be
held up to the public as such a wretch.
for any man guilty of the charge
made against me in this matter would
be unworthy to stay in that position.
I don't blame you for one particle of
it. I stood off this case time and time
again, hoping to do or hear something
that might help me in the discharge
of my duty toward God and my fel-
lowman. Whatever injustice I have
done you has been an injustice of ig ignorance,
norance, ignorance, absolute ignorance for which
I should not be so severely condemn condemned.
ed. condemned. I have tried to be fair, and God
knows I wish something would hap happen
pen happen here to show up this wrong. It
is true that there were matters in
connection with this case that I
couldnt reconcile. You had able
counsel, as able counsel as there is
in the state of Florida, for I do not
think there is any lawyer in the
state who is superior in ability to Mr.
Burford, who represented you in this
case. Still there are facts and cir
cumstances of the state's view of this
matter which seemed to give no ex
planation of it except the fact that
there was no such man as Will Tay-1
lor: that was the state's contention.
With due respect of the high authori
Beginning March 1st the Marion
County Board of Trade will be known
as the Marion County Chamber of
Commerce. A driverfor member&hip
in the organization will be made dar dar-in
in dar-in gthe first week in March. On
Thursday night of next week, Feb.
23rd, a meeting of the Board of Trade
will be held for the purpose of adopt
ing a program ox work and a budget.
In changing the name of the or organization
ganization organization the constitution and by bylaws
laws bylaws have been amended to provide
for the membership of women. This is
considered a big step forward and
one which will make for a very much
more effective organization. Member Membership
ship Membership is to be sought also on a different
basis from that followed in the past.
Instead of seeking members of ons
year, for three or some other definite
period, members will be signed up for
an indefinite period. This will be
done with a view to giving perma permanence
nence permanence to the work and to avoid repeat repeated
ed repeated membership drives. The new mem membership
bership membership will continue in force until
the member submits his resignation in
writing, or until his removal from
the city or county.
MRS. BELLE MERS1ZON
The sad news has just been receiv received
ed received in Ocala of the death of Mrs. Bella
Mershon, which occurred in Miami
yesterday 'at 1 o'clock. The funeral
will be held in Miami today. Mrs.
Mershon with her son lived in Ocala
for a number of years. Her friends
in Ocala will regret to hear of her
death and her son has the sincere
sympathy of all in his loss.
AT THE COUNTRY CLUB
f t.: j ..-..
ooking forward to an interesting necessuy ana ine oon-
game of golf and7 some good playing jw rvice. nas
tomorrow, as Mr. C. A. Ulmer and Mr. laIw?y8 maintained broadmmdedness
Jack Tucker of Jacksonville will be i the matter of race and religion and
on the links. Mr. Ulmer is the state "as g,ven 118 PPon, Dotn moral and
golf champion, and Mr. Tucker is I nancial to every effort in the alle-
known all over the state as an ex-! "MUU Ui "utun "ls",ess- 4
cellent player. Mr. and Mrs. Ulmer -"""
and Mr. and Mrs. Tucker will be the lr" wiafc " na
week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs.
Those who desire to contribute to
this worthy cause will please commu communicate
nicate communicate with either of the Hswa nm1
MRS. CLARENCE CAMP WILL I ffl , T
ENTERTAIN AT COUNTRY CLUB as the time set for the W f
Mrs. Clarence Camp will entertain j present fourteen million dollar drrre
tomorrow afternoon at the Country j 13 on,y a little way off.
Club in honor of the following visi-
tors: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ulmer and j Mrs. Henry Livingston is in receipt
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tucker, of Jackson- of a letter from her daughter, Mrs. J.
ville, who are her week-end guests, j H. Hydrick, of Orangeburg, S. CL,
and also for Mr. and Mrs. R. P. John- stating that their home was complete-
son, of Muncie, Ind., who are guests ly destroyed by fire the early part of
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, and for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Hydrick
Miss Eleanor LeBlonde, who will ar- have been living in Orangeburg and
rive tomorrow for a visit with Miss j had just moved to their plantation
Nettie Camp. i seven miles from town. They had only
finished moving that day and had gone
into town to enjoy an evening of rec-
Jreation at the movies, and on feturn-
A telegram was received in Ocala
yesterday stating that Mrs. Halleman
of Valdosta, Ga., died yesterday morn morn-ing.
ing. morn-ing. She was a sister of Misses Mar Margaret
garet Margaret and Foda McNeill of this city,
and Miss Foda McNeill left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night for her bedside but her sis sister
ter sister passed away before she reached
During the visit of Rabbi George
Benedict of Tampa in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday and last night, he organized a
Hebrew Sunday school, class, with
Miss Rose Wolff as teacher. On ac account
count account of the small number composing
the Jewish population of Ocala, this
feature of their religious worship has
not been active for some years.
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee of the Ocala Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club at the club rooms tomorrow
(Saturday) afternoon at 2:20.
Minerva M. Murphy,
STANDARD KAOLIN CO.
The friends of Mr. Lloyd McCarthy
congratulate him on winning for his
bride a pretty and charming young
ladv. Miss Bertha Adams. Their
hearts and hands were joined by Coun- j Mr. J.
ty Judge Futch. manager,
ing home they found their home in
ashes and everything that had been
inside completely destroyed.
R. Brumby, our new city
has rented Capt. Tucker's
j neat cottage on East Fifth street, and
Mr. Meyer Crown and Mr. Will he and his wife and their bright baby
Crown were in Ocala vesterdav on the boy will "make their home there. Thev
sad mission of attending the funeral have two little daughters in Marietta,
of their iriother, Mrs. Nathan Crown, f the elder of which will soon join her
The Messrs. Crown were former resi- i parents here, but the younger wfll
dents of Ocala and they were busy probably remain in Marietta with herl
shaking hands with old friends. Since : grandmother until the early summer.
leaving Ocala they have been very Mr. and Mrs. Brumby's furniture,
successful in business. Mr. Meyer j which arrived from Marietta Wednes-
Crown now holds the responsible posi-' day night, made the trip by truck-
tion 01 general manager 01 tne inar- ,iuny nve nun area mues witnouz any
lotte Haf bor & Northern railroad, breakage. The Star hopes they will
with headquarters in Arcadia. j see only pleasant days in their new
ty which has been presented here I
find plenty of authority justifying
God knows I don't want to see you
punished, you have been punished
enough, you have suffered enough hu humiliation,
miliation, humiliation, the prison doors have been
open to you for two or three years; I
cant see that that would be required
of me in the discharge of my duty,
can't see that that is necessary; I be
lieve the law has been vindicated lfand
that is all that seems to be necessary,
and in that view as I see it and as I
understand it in the discharge of my
duty, I am going to impose what I re regard
gard regard as a very small penalty-; if I
could fine you I would do so. I can't;
the law does not aFow ft. The sen
tence of the court is that .you be im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned m the county jail at hard la labor
bor labor for a period of three months-
We make none but the best pastries.
Patronize a home enterprise. Carter's
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of -the Standard Kaolin Com Company
pany Company will be held at its oce in Lees-
burg, Florida, at 3;S0 p. m. on the 8th
day of March, 1922.
17-3t-Fri H. A. Budd. Secretary
LOCATION AND PHONE NOT1C3
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
In Commercial Bank building, GCee
phone 113 two rings: residence
phone 151. tl
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for SO eesta.
Twenty-one meal ticket for 17. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;
newly painted; new tires; 1350.
11-et MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.
One 1920 worm drive Ford truck,
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TO LIGHT AND WATER CONSUMERS:
All Light and Water consumers who have net T
paid up their accounts by the 20th inst will be cut
off without further notice and $1.00 charged for re reconnecting
connecting reconnecting the service.
W H. a SISTRUNK, City Ckrk
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be served. The ladies in charge wish
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then they will put the scrubs on the
court against our scrubs. Both teams
are boys and good fast games are ex expected.
pected. expected. Teams can play beter when
it is cold. Tonight bids fair to be an
ideal night for a rip-snorting exhibition.
1 SASH DOOU l
AND THE PRIMARY
GIRLS' GAME TOMOROW
NIGHT IN JACKSONVILLE
The dog fills a place in a man's life.
Especially the hot dog.
No matter how many blues a per person
son person gets at a fair, they never give
him the blues.
This is a free country, so long as
you don't do anything you want very
Playing poker with a hard loser is
annoying; playing with an easy win winner
ner winner is devastating.
Ladies, are you going to pay your
poll tax and vote in
Tempus is fugiting.
The Miami Herald says it in full
when it remarks that jazz is more ex exasperating
asperating exasperating than intoxicating.
Speaking of literature, a friend of
ours informs us that he thought An Annette
nette Annette Kellerman wrote "The Lady of
Lincoln's birthday reminds us that
more rail-splitting and less hair hairsplitting
splitting hairsplitting is what the world needs.
St. Augustine Bromides.
Must want to put the fence-wire
factories out of business.
The story is' going the rounds of
the comic press that Booth Tarking Tarking-ton
ton Tarking-ton told an Italian that Niagara Falls
could put Vesuvius out in two min minutes.
utes. minutes. Perhaps he did, but we've seen
that yarn in books' printed years be before
fore before Tarkington was born.
" In the old Star office, right beside
where our "cases" stood when we set
" by hand about half of the Florida
Baptist Witness, we had the date of
the "big freeze" written on the wall.
Unfortunately, we didn't bring the
wall with us when we moved.
Marion county is stacking up high
at the Orlando fair, just like she did
at Tampa. Secretary Bennett last
night received from Casey Moore the
following dispatch: "So far we have
"won forty-four blue. and twenty red
ribbons. Gist has taken two grand
champions, fifteen blues and nine
The. Star understands that at the
coming meeting of the state demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee in Jack
sonville, to make rules for the ensu ensuing
ing ensuing primary, an attempt will be made
to take the nomination of circuit court
judges and state attorneys out of the
hands of the people and leave their
appointment entirely in the hands of
The Star objects.
Right now we have a good gover governor,
nor, governor, a man of character and discrim discrimination,
ination, discrimination, one who will not knowingly
appoint a bad or incompetent man to
But two years ago we had a gover governor
nor governor to whom few of the people would
have been willing to entrust the ap appointment
pointment appointment of so minor an official as a
janitor. It is not likely we will ever
again have so bad a governor as Catts,
but entirely possible we will have
others less competent and faithful
We don't believe that, as a general
rule, any official can make as good a
choice as the people.
No matter how good and wise a
governor may be, in making his ap appointments
pointments appointments he is in the majority of
cases subject to influence, and if the
influence be not that of the people who
are solely interested in obtaining
good officials it will be from individu individuals
als individuals or groups of individuals who are
sure, from the construction of human
nature, to have some more narrow
The history of the last twenty years
shows that the people of Florida have
kept close tab on their judicial offi-
cers. As a generar tnmg iney nave
nominated good men. The reputation
of a lawyer is generally well known
to the people of his district. If he Is
a fathead or a crook, they are gener generally
ally generally aware of it. Nine times out of
ten, they know him better than the
The Star believes in the primary.
The editor has had experience with
the convention and the primary for
forty years. He has acted as a re-
norter in conventions in two states.
He has seen delegates to democratic
conventions elected by negro votes,
east by men who were not only ne
groes but not qualified to vote, and he
has seen such voters herded to the
polls by white men who claimed to be
good democrats. He has seen the
political fate of a county seat in the
hands of one man, and that man so
corrupt and vile that no gentleman
would introduce him to a woman. He
has seen the decision on an important
office decided by a ballot wrapped
around a twenty dollar bill and pass
ed from one delegate to another. He
knows that with all its defects the
nrimary is more honest and nominates
better men than the convention.
Keep the choice of candidates in the
hands of the people. If they make a
mistake in one election, they generally
correct it in the next. The politicians
make no mistakes. They make deals.
The O. H. S. girls' team wil play
Concordia in Jacksonville Saturday
night. The local team will leave
Ocala on the early morning A. C. L.
train and return Sunday afternoon.
The girls with the green and white
suits are working hard every after
noon to get in shape to put the skids
under Concordia and are going to j
Jacksonville with a fixed determina-j
tion to play the hardest game they j
ever played. They want the state j
championship and are working for it.
1 Geo. MacKay I Co. 1
HIGH GRADE PAINT
"SPANISH NIGHTS" AT
TEMPLE THIS EVENING j
Music, dancing, dramatic action,
costumes, scenery and lighting effects
are all combined in "Spanish Nights"
to make it a production of merit. The
Masqueraders of the University of
Florida present this play as their
premier production, and it is said that
it will set a standard that will rank
with that of the best college plays of
The atmosphere of the entire play
is Spanish. The enchanting touch of
a Spanish idiom or expression, here
and there, serve to give a truly Span Spanish
ish Spanish motif to the speaking. The cos costumes
tumes costumes are entirely modeled after the
Spanish national dress, and the music
is entirely of the Spanish tempo.
"Spanish Nights" will bring with it
a cast of 45 people, an orchestra, and
a full stage staff. William Morgan,
who has had charge of the scenery
production, has had wide experience
in these line's and has succeeded in
constructing settings that will appeal
The people who don't want the na nation
tion nation to pay the ex-service men a
bonus sneeringly talk about a "premi "premium'
um' "premium' on patriotism." The men who
faced the storm of steel from German
guns and worked harder for a dollar
a day than any stay at home worked
for a thousand, may well feel
that there is a penalty on patriotism.
The negroes are going to start the
movement for a hospital for sick per
sons of their race. That is the way
to get help from the white residents
and visitors by raising money them
selves. St. Petersburg Independent.
Colored people of Ocala did that
very thiner several years ago. Their
hospital has done a lot of good work
since that time.
"Marocala," the name suggested by
Miss Mamie Taylor for the products
of the Marion County Creamery, and
adopted by that excellent institution,
is both euphonious and expressive. It
stands for Marion county and Ocala,
and a mighty fine brand of goods,
which we must use ourselves as well
as boost to the outside world. We
congratulate Miss Taylor on her
The Star is informed that Mr. Geo.
W. Scofield will be a candidate to
succeed himself as state attorney in
the June primary. Mr. Scofield has
held this office for ten years. He was
a good official to begin with and has
steadily improved with experience. He
is one of the men who stands close to
and understands the people, and has
served them faithfully. We see no
reason why he should not have an another
other another term.
The Star would advise all who can
possibly do-so to attend the benefit
card party, at he Woman's Club
Tuesday evening next. All the money
will go to a most worthy cause, name
ly, help of the Children's, Home So Society,
ciety, Society, which maintains the well Icnown
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
JOHN M, CONDREY
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News was received in Ocala this
morning of the death of Mr. John M M-Condrey,
Condrey, M-Condrey, at his home in Coleman, at
nine o'clock last evening. The funer
al will be held at the residence to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, and
services will be conducted by Rev. M.
T. Bell, pastor of the Coleman Meth
odist church. Interment will be made
in the Adamsville cemetery.
Mr. Condrey was 67 years old and
has for many years been one of Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county's leading citizens, always
takin ga prominent part in work for
the county's upbuilding. He leaves
four sons and four daughters, besides
hosts of life long friends to mourn
his death. His children are R. E.
Condrey of Atlanta; J. M. Condrey
and Lee Condrey, Coleman; G. T. Con Condrey,
drey, Condrey, Ocala; Mrs. Hal Brown, Cole
man; Mrs. R. E. Smedley, Ocala; Mrs.
Fannie Glenn, Asheville, N. C, and
Miss Mabel Condrey, Coleman.
The entire community lost a good
citizen and staunch friend in the pass passing
ing passing of Mr. John T. Condrey.
The Judges in our Name Contest have announced the selec selection
tion selection of this distinctive and pleasant sounding trade name for our
Ice Cream and the other products of our new and msdeni Cream Creamery,
ery, Creamery, and have announced that the prize for the best name has
been awarded to Miss Mamie D.Taylor, Ocala.
The name "MAROOALA" will appear on the containers of
all our products and will assure you of getting these products
when you ask for them. x
We are proud of the high quality of our creamery products.
We are especially proud of having won first prize at the South
Florida Fair. It pleases us to announce, therefore, the selection
of this highly attractive name.
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort ol memorial rarging
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
(Evening Star February 17, 1922)
Dr. J. M. Eagleton is at Lake Weir
looking after his grove.
Manager C. E. Herick of the Dixon
mills at Crystal River, was a business
visitor' in Ocala today.
D. S. Woodrow returned today from
a business trip to Fitzgerald, Ga.
G. W. Martin is now bookkeeper for
the Ocala Foundry and Machine
Works, having succeeded Mr. Wether Wether-bee.
bee. Wether-bee. Dr. H. C. Howard and H. C. How Howard
ard Howard Jr., father and brother of our E.
M. Howard, who have been visiting
here for several weeks, have left for
their home in Champagne, 111.
J. R. Moorhead wjth a gang of
graders went to Bay City this after afternoon
noon afternoon to work on the contract that he
made with Miss Annie Ball, the wom woman
an woman phosphate miner.
Mrs. Charles Abson will entertain
at progressive whist tomorrow.
Young Virgil Newsom, son of Dr.
Newsom, has progressed rapidly along
the line of the equestrian art. For a
while he could be seen daily riding his
black baldface pony. Now he has
progressed so far that he has hitched
his pony to a carf and takes his sister
and a playmate to ride every day.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star February 17, 1912)
Mrs. Belle Dean left yesterday for
Gainesville to visit her brother.
James, the ten-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Gilmore, is seriously
ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Flora Morrison, Mrs. McAr McAr-thur
thur McAr-thur and Mr. E. A. Osborne were
Bpj3sa asnojj 1211200 aV 1B ssanS
Malcom Williams and his assistants
at the Coast Line received a regular
black hand letter today demanding ten
dollars as the price of the writer's
silence in regard to the existence of
the checker club.
In response to the following invi invitation
tation invitation a number of girls and boys
gathered at the home of Mrs. Regi Reginald
nald Reginald Ragsdale yesterday afternoon:
"Won't you come and help us be
merry and happy at our valentine
party. Thursday, Feb. 16th, at four
At the appointed hour the little
folks began to arrive and a jolly aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon they had, playing games in
the house, even if the weather was
showery outside. When the refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served, the children were
taken into the dining room, which
was prettily decorated in valentine
colors and favors. From the chande chandelier
lier chandelier were red and white streamers
which went to the corners of the
table and were fastened with a heart,
and suspended from the chandelier
was also a big red heart. The place
cards were dainty valentines which
were taken home as favors. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments of ice cream and cake in pink
and white were served with candy.
Those who assisted Mrs. Ragsdale
in serving and entertaining during
the afternoon were Mrs. George Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, Mrs. B. F. Condon, Mrs. George
Turner, Mrs. Kosrlek, of New York,
and Miss Turner, of Anthony.
The afternoon was an enthusiastic enthusiastically
ally enthusiastically happy one and it was with regret
that the little folks said their good goodbyes
byes goodbyes to their youthful host and host hostess.
ess. hostess. The following children were at
this lovely party: Rose and Ruby
Condon, Marian and Margaret Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Audrey Carlisle, Nellie Hunni Hunni-cutt,
cutt, Hunni-cutt, Virginia May Dosh, Ruth Riddle,
Frances Turner, Spencer Cullen, Hen Henry
ry Henry Chace, Buster Davis, Purnell Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Sidney Dosh, Louis Dosh, John
Logan, Drew Turner and John Pasteur.
FIRE THIS MORNING
DOUBLE HEADER TONIGHT
Leesburg is going to, bring two
teams to Ocala this afternoon .to play
home for orphans in Jacksonville. This I basketbal with our boys tonight. Their
A small blaze on the roof of Mr.
Alfred Ayer's home this morning at
9:30 o'clock gave the fire boys a long
run. The big truck was delayed a
little by a stalled motor just as it left
the station but was at the fire in time
to furnish ladders for the chemical to
do the work. The fire was caused by
sparks from the main chimney of the
house and a small hole was burned in
the roof with a damage of about $25.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
ihe following schedule figures pub pub-'.shed
'.shed pub-'.shed as information and not guar guar-nteed.
nteed. guar-nteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AMI LINE RAILROAD
1 :55 pm
1 :50 pm
The name contest closed at noon on Wednesday, February 15,
There were 1075 names submitted, including duplicates. Many
entries were from out of the county. One list of names came from
Pennsylvania. Only one list contained the name "MJROCALA"
and the vote of the Judges for this was unanimous.
We congratulate Miss Tay'or, and wish to thank all who sub submitted
mitted submitted names in the contest, and express our appreciation for the
work of the Judges Mrs. J. Wade Dumas, Mrs. Phillip G. Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Mr. Harvey Clark and Mr. Louis H. Chazal.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY COMPANY
THE SIGN OF ECONOMY
3:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 in
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 ..a
..fjOpm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 ym
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Lea vi Arrive
L :21 am Jacksonviile-N'York 2:33 ro Ji
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24pmit
:42ani JksoDville Gansville 10:13 prr ;
33 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am j
5 :24 pm 3t Petsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pra J &
7:10 am Dunnellor -Wilcox j
7:25 am DunelIon Lkeland 11:03 pa i
:80 pm Homosassa l:25mj!vt
.0:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 art
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Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
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Apalachicola select oysters every
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worthy institution has saved, body j first team will play our mainstays and City Fish Market. ; Phone 158. tf
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922
Tall Pink Salmon f
per can .'. IOC
U NEED AS,
one package OC
UNEEDAS, 9 1
two packages T IOC
three packages 3G
OCTAGON SOAP, m
OCTAGON SOAP, l A
two cakes..... C
OCTAGON SOAP, 9f
three cakes "C
OCTAGON SOAP, OA OA-twelve
twelve OA-twelve cakes OlC
P. & G. SOAP, O
one cake OC
P. & G. SOAP, -I C
two cakes vw
P. & G. SOAP, O-l
three cakes IC
P. & G. SOAP, flflfi
twelve cakes OUC
ARGO SALMON Qft
per can OUC
Campbell's Soup, 1 O
one can XC
four cans TrOC
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.
A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED.
licit your patronage
COTTON EE POTATO
ALL KINDS FIELD AND GARDEN SEED I
FOR 1922 SEASON AT REDUCED PRICES
We will in a few days receive all kinds of Cotton Seed. We
have spared no expense in our investigation as to the kind of
seed most immune from the boll weevil for this section. Our
government recommends the COLUMBIA, which is a long staple.
Price per bushel, $4.00. Select Sea Island Sosnowski, two years
from island, per bushel, $4.00; more than two years from island,
$3.50; Select Uplands at $2.75. Place your orders early as we
can secure only a limited quantity.
IRISH POTATO SEED Red Bliss, per 150-lb. sack, $6.90;
Spaulding Rose, $5.75; Irish Cobblers, $5.75.
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Ooonigbt- im tj The Wheeler ByndloK, lac
Lying there taut for sound, when it
did come, and in spite of herself, she
sprang trembling to her feet, drag dragging
ging dragging a swirl of sheet with her; and
when an abysmal &i seemed to have
no end, thrust her feet into knitted
slippers and, wrapped in a kimono of
large-ngured cotton crepe, sloughed
shivering, through the gloom of the
hall; rapped in three staccatos at the
door adjoining, her whisper breaking
out Into voice.
"Mr, Foddie open please Mr.
The door swung back to reveal him
in the flannel Jressing-gowu, peering
and quavering, uiul the hot medicinal
smell oi creosote pouring around him. j
"I was just coming for you. Miss j
Annie. lie litUe fellow's bad." j
'Mr. Foddie, Mr. Foddie, he oughtn't
to cough like that with the lamp burn burning.
ing. burning. Did you tix the tent arrangement
to confine the fumes?"
"Come in, Miss Annie. For God's
sake, do something. I never seen the
poor little fellow so hard up for
breath." He dragged the door wide,
his face standing out whitely.
She was in and past him, and to
the small crib, un open umbrella hung
fantastically above it and a sheet de depending,
pending, depending, tent-fashion. Beside it a dull
lamp burned into the gloom, its hot
antiseptic fumes rising.
"The lamp, Mr. Fodder! It can be
heJd inside for a w hile."
And grasping it like a torch, she
parted the tent curtains and plunged
in to her waist.
Outside in the gloom of one twitch twitching
ing twitching gas-jet Mr. Foddie paced a short
stretch of floor, hands behind him and
fist beating into palm.
"Miss Annie, if you think it's a doc doctor
tor doctor he needs, the poor little
"Hand me a spoon there."
He inserted it, trembling.
"Hand me another blanket."
"The hot water kettle."
"Here, Miss Annie
The small strauglings receded and
finally ceased, and her voice came
through the sheet filtered and relaxed.
" 'Salright, baby. 'Salright now.
Sle-ep. Go to sle-e-p, my ba-bee
ba-bee. Go to sleep, my ba-bee. Tra-la-la
la la! M-m-m-m-m."
When she emerged from the silt in
the teepee, lamp upheld, the face of
her was in high luster, like Tiepolo's
Cleopatra. Light slid down over her
milky arms, with the sleeves falling
back from them, and upon her hair, a
plait of it flowing over each shoulder.
"He's all right, Mr. Foddie. You
Just didn't have his little head low low-enough
enough low-enough and didn't know how to work
"My God. Miss Annie, I was afraid
he'd choke. Poor little fellow just
looked like he'd never get his next
breath. Poor little fellow!"
"Now, now, Mr. Foddie, you sit right
down there. You're as white as a
ghost yourself. They don't amount to
nothing, Mr. Foddie, these spells of
croup with kids if you know how to
handle thorn. Honest, you men are
Ihe greatest ones for losing your heads
right away and going all to pieces.
Why why, with my little boy his dad daddy
dy daddy just used to go all to pieees If
he only stubbed his toe. Honest, you
"Kut poor little
"Why. you ought to see him now.
Go take a peel; at him for yourself,
sleeping there quiet as a top. with his j
little wool bear hugged up to him.
Easy now. shh-h-h !"
He entered and emerged with his
face cleared to a smile.
"Well. I'll be darned."
"Didn't I tell you?"
"Laying" there laughin" in his sleep
and his little yellow curls just like
you'd laid them there one by one."
"I I did."
"Well, I'll be darned. Asleep and
cool as a cucumber." He sank into a
chair, breathing rap-idly and regarding
"Mr. Foddie, you're letting yourself
get all excited over nothing."
"I I'm all right."
"You mustn't let yourself get
worked up when he gets these little
spells. Just call me or Beasley, they
don't mean anything. You mustn't get
excited. Mr. Foddie, the way your
heart can act up."
He was intent on watching her pin
shut the slit in the teepee, the sleeves
fallen back from her arms, her head
thrown up so that her throat swelled
and the print crepe flowing about her
"There, now !"
"You bet it acts up when you're
Annie. It acts up like
"Keep Ids lie
die. but not too
"You just b. -bis
now, Mr. Fod-
it acts up. you great
' ,. -t much of
that t!r; of tallc from yon as tm go going
ing going to. If this morning wasn't enough
to learn you that
"What's wrocg about just tellin
"If you want to listen to what I got
to tell you about watching his tem temperature
"Yes, and If you want to listen to
what I got to tell you about that great
big. beautiful, red head of yours and
thera great big, five-dollar-gold-plece
"Aw, now, sweetness."
"You dare to take another step over
here. Just you dare to!"
"Why, sweetness, I wouldn't hurt
one of them hairs in your head, girl,
cot for nothing In the world."
"You bet your life you wouldn't."
"Should say I wouldn't !"
She could see him advancing through
the gloom, his white architectural
teeth shining out.
"Why, I wouldn't hurt one of the
hairs on your head girl, not for two
worlds." He paused, dangling the
waist cords. "Can't a fellow, just to
prove to you how much he thinks of
you, have one little
"You can not!" She tried to pass
him with a flashing movement, but at
the sight of her scuttling from him in
low detour, he reached out, grasping
the edge of her sleeve.
"No, you don't!" And with a Jerk
and a tear was free of him, darting
the room's width to the mirror and
low toward the door.
Taken so suddenly that his fingers
relaxed like wax, Mr. Foddie stood for
a blinded instant, then cast the length
of his body across the table top,
reaching for the flying hem of her
sleeve as it slipped him.
"Annie come back girl." Beached
farther, dragging the table cover, and
with it the lamp until it tipped into a
burst of flame.
A geyser of fire shot up immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, blackening the white celling, its
reflection leaping at Annie Kineady
through the tip-tilted mirror like a
long, swift tongue. For a moment she
paused, gripped in fear, then hurled
back and at It.
"Stand back off that crib! Stand
back Stand back The crib !" And
with her body's weight flung against
It, reached out, dragging it across the
room's width, the tent swinging and
the child whimpering.
"Now! Now, easy you, Mr. Foddie.
You're all right. Easy Quit waving.
Easy! For God's sake quit waving!
It's out! Easy."
With her hands and an afghan
dragged off the couch she beat at him,
dealing out a series of quick blows
across his shoulders, and with the
loose ends spanking out the last
sparks on his singed collar and down
the flannel front of his robe.
"Y ain't touched, Mr. Foddie. Was
Just the flannel singed. Nothing's
burnt but the tablecloth. See? Was
just the flannel flared up. Y' ain't
touched. Sit dow n. Don't faint I
When Annie Kineady returned with
the pitcher, her own hands trembling
so that the water lopped out and over,
Mr. Foddie was sitting upright In his
chair, quite as she had shaved him.
but with a pallor that caused her to
"Beasley Mr. Foddie Beasley
Foddie! Oh, my God! Beasley!"
When Mrs. Beasley, her yellow mus muslin
lin muslin nightgown clutched at her thin
throat, rushed into the scorched air
of that room, a dim line of tallow tallow-faced
faced tallow-faced lodgers came peering after.
"Beasley, for God's sake, Beasley
The lamp! Nobody burnt, but look at
him, Beasley, how how he sits there
crumpled Not burnt, Beasley, but
but how he sits there! Oh, my God.
Beasley, look at him!"
In the gloom of the single jet, shud shud-deringly,
deringly, shud-deringly, but as one who has learned
that the lodger's first autopsy falls too
often to landladies, Mrs. Beasley
leaned forward, her ear to the singed
"God Almighty, it was his heart
i give out I Miuggs, you run ior tne
j doctor. Poor, poor man, and I knew
his wife before him. On Mondays he
! paid like clock-work. God Almighty,
j what'll become of the child, not a sticlr
i or a stone of a relation? God Al Alii
ii Alii mighty, Annie, It was his heart, poor
"Oh, my God," cried Annie Kineady,
submerged by her rising hysteria
and sinking her face to her hands,
"Robbie, little Robbie!"
In the spring, stirred by the rising
Juices of life, Spartan emerges shame shamefacedly
facedly shamefacedly from her long and sullen win winter.
ter. winter. Roads with the ruts frozen in
them soften and smooth.
By May day the box-shaped houses
raise their shades for spring cleaning
and women wrap the upstairs base base-burner
burner base-burner in newspapers. Along the rail railroad
road railroad tracks the milkweed takes heart.
The glazier's wife, with her hair
cropped short, puts out her famous
crocus bed, a double row of them
leading along the walk and around to
the kitchen door.
On one such day, when the sun lay
too warm on the back, and the win windows
dows windows of Spartan, newly flung, sacked
that warmth gratefully into their
damp interiors, Annie Kineady, with
her telescope sagging down the one
side of her and the sleeping bundle of
a big child clutched around Jhe ankles
by her free hand and the small head
dangling off her left shoulder, stepped
clumsily enough off the Accommoda Accommodation
tion Accommodation and stood there a moment after
It had swooped off, leaving her.
From his window the telegrapher
raised up and regarded her under his
"Hel lo. Annie," he said, with great
Shn must be
n at i
is the best means of
coaxing hidden dirt
from the pores and
the skin for applica application
tion application of the next
cream essential to
the individual need.
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Ft. King Ave.
That's what "Panama"
stands for in Overalls,
Coveralls and Pants; all
first-class work garments
for men and boys.
Made of best Indigo Denim.
Eoomy, easy-fitting andeom andeom-foi
foi andeom-foi table ; seams double-stitched
; pockets re-inforeed ; wide
Fuspenders; rust-proof but buttons
tons buttons that stag on.
Ask your dealer for "Pan "Panama,"
ama," "Panama," the work clothes with
the iron -clad
Kafcn Mfg. Co., jTTTT 1
Mobile. Ala. I
"MADE Ji j
1 make L V srZJhjk
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8 Clark Jewel Gas Ranges
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THE last word in modern, scientific ranges! A
Clark Jewel will make your cooking easier and
nlu'flvs sin frfsf ill Th rnrvmpt ronrtw. U,rin i:
ings coated with baked-on aluminum, which heat hi
cannot remove. The range itself is strong and ex- l
tra durable. And there is the additional feature so ll
many women are demanding nowadays the fa-.1
OVEN HEAT REGULATOR
Lorain can be set to any of 44 different cooking" l
iuu ucuimg ucdis. 11 ftccps yuux uvea ui me neat
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
Harrington Hall Block
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Millions of Housewives
by more Chefs
by more Railroads
by more Restaurants
and by more Hotels
than any other Brand,
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors
itors creditors of W. A. Stroud, doing business
as the Spot Cash Grocery, in Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, that an as assignment
signment assignment has been made to the under undersigned
signed undersigned of the property of said W. A.
Stroud doing business as the Spot
Cash Grocery, for the benefit of said
creditors, and the said creditors are
hereby notified to present proof of
their claims to me within the time and
in the manner provided by law.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit,
cuit, Circuit, in and for Marion County,
Florida, in Chancery.
1?. A. Mason, Complainant, vs. Vesta
It appearing by affidavit appended
to the amended bill of comDlaint filed
in tiie 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 t'.ie 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 Ihe 6th day of March, A. D.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed by the said
It is further ordered that this order
be published once each week for eight
Consecutive weeks in Ocala Even ins
Star, a newspaper published in said
county and state.
This 6th day of January, 1922.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER JR.,
Clerk Circuit -Court.
By FRANCES TARVER,
l-6-3t-Fri Deputy Clerk.
"or max it must
in price and
A pound can of Calumet
contains full 16 oz. Some
baking powders come in 12
oz. cans instead of 16 oz.
cans. Be sure you, get a
pound when you want it
Guaranteed 1 Years
we also specialize in
intelligent Service for all
makes of batteries.
Cor. Oklawaha and Main .
4 SERVICE TRY
A. E. GERIG
will break a Cold, Fever and
Grippe quicker than anything
we know, preventing pneumonia
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if youll caH phone 108. Main Street
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OCALA VX1KG STAR. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, im
v- ;If you have any local or society
litems for the Star, call five-one.
Mrs. M. E. Layne the past week sold
her property on Alvarez street.
. There is other good bread, but
FEDERAL BREAD is the best. You
want the best, so buy Federal. 17-tf
Mrs. Charles DuhnaS of New York
is expected to arrive in Ocala either
Sunday or Monday and will be the
guest of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Dumas. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Dumas spent sev several
eral several months in Ocala last winter, and
during their stay made many friends.
It is with a great deal of pleasure
that they will hear of Mrs. Dumas'
visit, although they will be sorry to
hear that Mr. Dumas was unable to
You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
Miss Eleanor IBlonde of Cincinnati
is expected to arrive in Ocala today
and will be the guest of Miss Nettie
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
Si Vulcanizing Company. tf
The famous BUTTERNUT bread is
made in Ocala only by the Carter
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phont 284. tf
Mr. J. J. Shockey, superintendent of
the Savannah Lighting Company, is
in the city, the guest of Mr. E. C.
It's true economy to use the best
bread, rolls, pies and cakes, and they
are all made fresh every day at the
Federal Bakery. 17-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-ti
Judge rutch has issued a marriage
license to Mr. H. L. Brooks Jr. of
Gainesville and Miss Verna Landrum
Mr. James Ellis returned home last
night, having spent the past three
years in the navy. James' friends are
giving him a cordial welcome.
in town patronize
Carter's Bakery. 6-tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Fresh meats and poultry. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mr. James Brooks, who has been
with the Ocala Steam Laundry for
several years, left yesterday for Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, where he has accepted a position
as bookkeeper in the First National
Bank of Tampa. Mr. John Pasteur
bought from Mr. Brooks his interest
in the laundry and Mr. Brooks has
gone back to the position he held pre previous
vious previous to coming to Ocala.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
CRACKER LUNCH ROOM
Uloses at iu:du p. m. every evening
except Saturday and Sunday. Closes
12 p. m. Saturday and Sunday. Don't
forget where to get your eats. No. 417
North Magnolia street.
16-tf Mrs. J. L. Lawrence.
V 8 HEADACHES are
Z to eyestrain or
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
If youH try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court'
Pharmacy, youll use no other, tf
FOR RENT One lower three-room
apartment. John Dozier, 322 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue. 17-tf
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping
room, also unfurnished housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping rooms. 504 S. Pine St. 17-3t
Mrs. C. H. Rogers at the A.-R. Groc- j
ery, is making special prices this!
week on staple and fancy groceries.
South side Ocala House block. Phone
Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
Mrs. C. C. Bryant of this city and
Mrs. Percy Thigpen of Martel left on
the early morning train for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, having been called there on ac account
count account of the critical illness of their
sister, Mrs. Weigel.
Buy the best bread and rolls. They
cost no more than the "just as good"
kind. They're made at the Federal
Post Toasties and Corn Flakes 9c.
at the U-SERVE STORES. 15-3t
FOR SALE Six pair of three and
four-year-old mules, broke to farm
work; sound and in good condition;
weight 2000 lbs. to pair; raised on
farm. Several good saddle or woods
horses. Dairy cows always for sale
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. lOt
FOR SALE Two Oorang Airedale
pups; none better in Florida. See
H. S. Wesson.
FOR SALE $65 takes ten-year-old
blind brood mare with one-year-old
nice male colt. P. L. Stenger, Sum
mer-field, Fla. 15-6t
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Post Toasties and Corn Flakes 9c.
at the U-SERVE STORES. 15-3t
Everybody is glad to see Mr. C. H.
Wiek at his place in Dewey's restau restaurant
rant restaurant again. Mr. Wiek has had quite a
siege of illness, and his friends, who
were wont to drop in on him in the
wee, sma'-hours, for material and
mental refreshment, missed him
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 168. tf
Free air and a man to put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. tf
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins had as her
guests at dinner today Mr. Weigle,
Mr. and. Mrs. Curry and Mrs. H. M.
Hampton. Mrs. Hampton carried the
party to Silver Springs, where they
greatly enjoyed the beauties of that
place, and returning to Ocala were
guests at the delicious repast served
by Mrs. Tompkins at her home.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Post Toasties and Corn Flakes 9c.
at the U-SERVE STORES. 15-3t
See the Gas Company's advertise advertisement
ment advertisement on RANGES. Will allow dis discount
count discount for your old range. Ocala Gas
This la a Studebaker year. tf
FOR RENT Cozy new five-room
cottage near high school; all con conveniences:
veniences: conveniences: $25 per month. James
Hall Real Estate Agency. Phone
WANTED Pupils of grammar school
to coach.- Arithmetic a specialty.
Address Mrs. B. M. McKinney,
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
TRANSFER SERVICE Get Cordrey
Bros, to do your hauling and mov-
ine: anvthine 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.
FOR SALE Caille 5-speed rowboat
- 1 P J L
motor: maerneto lenition: sen-siarc-
ing device; new; in perfect running
condition. Cost $130. Will sell for
$85. J. J. Williams, Homosassa,
Fla. (or call Ocala House Monday
SHOE REPAIRING A new man has
opened a shoe repairing shop sec second
ond second door from Masters' dry goods
store, 20V North Magnolia street,
west of courthouse. I repair your
shoes at $1.50 and $1.75. 2-7-lm
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
We have with us
TODAY and TOMORROW
Mr. A Singer of the
HOPKINS TAILORING CO.
of Baltimore, Maryland
With the most complete line of
SPRING and SUMMER FABRICS
Ever seen in Ocula.
PRICES RANGING FROM $22.50 UP
A perfect fit guaranteed, or no
sale. Come in and select
your suit today
GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE CO
Y. M. B. 0. D.
Temple SS Feb. 22
THE DISTINGUISHED YOUNG ACTOR
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drama liE&P E.WWAmiujSmtiU
FULL OF LAUGHTER, LOVE AND ROMANCE
Mr ToWonaon milPositively Nota
i cllclIJjjC:! Appear in Person Moving Picture
PRICES: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, Plus War Tax
MAIL ORDERS MOW.
SEAT SALE SATURDAY
T IRE SALE
Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing Co's.
Having decided to carry only the!
Hood and Howe Tires, we are offering!
the following Federal Tires at extreme-!
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
Cook's Market and Grocery
ly low prices:
30x3 Fabric $16.75 $11.25
32x3 Fabric 19.00 15.00
32x4 Fabric 24.00 19.00
33x4 Fabric 25.00 20.00
34x4 Fabric 26.00 21.00
fi All Tires are Fully Guaranteed. No Seconds
THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH
The Fashion Center
Imported Ginghams and Tissues
The new patterns for Spring, all colors
and sizes in checks and pret pretty
ty pretty plaids
Regular prices, 75c, 90c and $1.25 per yard
' cr rf
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY
Special 41S) pcr'yard-
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
don't 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.
JAS. EN CESSER
121W. Broadway. Phone 258
University of Florida
Musical Play in Three Acts. 14 Femi Feminine
nine Feminine Roles Played by Men
SPANISH MUSIC, DANCES, COSTUMES
TEMPLE r Vimnnt toft f
THEATER Jl' QPUllUMll
Prices: $1.00 and $1.50, plus
Take Lunch Here
once and youll get the habit. 1 You
will find the food fine, the service
quick and deft and the prices very
reasonable. Whether you want mere merely
ly merely a little bite or a hearty lunch we
shall be glad to serve you, knowing
that every meal we serve makes an another
other another friend. Special dishes every
EVERYTHING THE BEST
Reserved Seats on Sale at Court
666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. It's tne
most speedy rewedy we know.
North Magnolia Street
See the Gas Company's advertise advertisement
ment advertisement on RANGES. Will allow dis discount
count discount for your old range. Ocala Gas
C. V. Roberts & Co.
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 3oO, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Quality is the watchowrd at the
Federal Bakery, where the best cakes
are always to be had FRESH. 17-tf
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Buy or Sell Through the Home Man. IT PAYS
City Homes, Business Blocks, Orange Groves, Timbered as J
Phosphate Lands. Nothing too Small, Nothing too Large
OFFICE: Florida Honse. Phcae 218
SANITARY MANUFACTURING METHODS
All our ice cream is made under our
own roof in clean, sanitary work
rooms. Nothing: but the most mod modern
ern modern machines are used and the mix-
ing: and freezing: i thorough in every
respect. We are very careful about -the
selection of ingredients. The
cream must be uniform in quality and
T. W. TROXLERS FOUNTAIN i
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