WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday, probably local rains in' north portion; warmer in extreme northeast portion tonight.
TEMPERATURES This morning. 60; this afternoon, SO.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921
WELCOME TO FOCH
ill COAL FIELD
A TROUBLE MAKER
TRAIN WRECKED 4N
THE GRAND tllK
T PASS THE
BILL THIS WEEK
EIGHT PER Cf III OF
THE OH CROP
ULTIMATUM TO THE
; v. " t : i 1 V im
On His Way to Kansas City, Europe's
Greatest General. Visits Our
Washington, Oct. 29. Official
Washington was -eager today to ex express
press express to the full its sentiment of
heartfelt welcome to Marshal Foeti of
'France. Paying a br.ef preliminary
visit to the national j capital, en route
to Kansas City, as the guest, of the
American Legion at its annual con convention
vention convention there, Marshal Foch, who was
- greeted enthusiastically on his ar arrival
rival arrival here last night, fiom New York,
faced a busy program today of offi official
cial official calls and courtesies, including a
luncheon at the Whiita House as the
guest of President Harding. Marshal
Foch planned to pay his respects to
Secretary Denby at tha navy depart department,
ment, department, and Acting Secretary Wain Wain-wright
wright Wain-wright at the wrar department. He.
will also receive calb at his t hotel
from General Pershing m his official
capacity as general of armies and
chief of staff of the United States,
Admiral Koon'tzand other high army
and navy officers.
wilson Was too weak
Marshal Foch called at the home of
former President Wilson but Briga Briga-,
, Briga-, dier General Connor, honorary aid to
Marshal Foch, was told that Mr. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's physicians had given instruc instructions
tions instructions that it would b? inadvisable to
receive any visitors. Foch thereupon
left his card.
AN AFFIDAVIT, OF INDICATION
As it has been brought to my at attention
tention attention that there is still a doubt in
the minds of some of the people as to
whether or not there was ever such a
man as Will Taylor really employed
by. me as sewer man, I feefin justice
to myself and family it is my duty to
clear any such doubt, if such "does
really exist, therefore I am produc producing
ing producing the following affidavit signed by
a highly respected lousiness man who
is -well known by ewry citizen of
Ocala.' J. W. Akin,
s Superintendent Sanitary Dept.
State of Florida, V
County of Marion, &s.x
J. G Parrish, proprietor of the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, who, after
being duly sworn, deposes and says
that the statement of account hereto
attached is true, correct and paid.
vThat the said account was made by
, one "Will Taylor, colored, who was at
the time in the employ of the city of
Ocala, Fla.," and working under J. W.
Akin, superintendent of sanitary de-
k partment. That the payment-of the
account Vas guaranteed by" the said
J. W. Akin, as all accounts of his
That on the twenty-seventh day of
uly, A. D. 1921, the said J. W. Akin
came into 'the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store, bringing" with him the said
Will Taylor. That the said Mr. Akin
asked that his hand, Will Taylor, be
given a bottle of Parrish's Chill
Tonic and that the item be charged to
. Will Taylor and payment guaranteed
by J. W. Akin. That on the follow following
ing following Saturday night, July 30th? 1921,
the said Will Taylor came in and paid
the account himself.
. That on the seventh day of August,
A- P, 1921, the said J. W. Akin came
in and asked if the account of Will
Taylor had been paid. That on being
told that the account was paid by the
said Will Taylor he (the said J. W.
Akin) asked that another bottle of
Parrish's Chill Tonic be given him
for the said Will Taylor and that it
be charged as before. That on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, August 13th, 1921, the said J.
, W. Akin' again .palled at the-Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store and paid the
" account made by him far Will Taylor.
That the said Will Taylor came in
the store and made other purchases,
ravinsr cash for same, during the
Signed: J. G. Parrish,
Prop. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 28th day of October, A. D. 1921.
- B. M. Wilson,
Notary Public State of Florida at
Large. My commission expires Oc October
tober October 9, 1924. It
DRIVEN TO RECOGNIZE
OLD RUSSIA'S DEBTS
V- (Associated Press)
Riga, Oct. 29. Official confirma confirmation
tion confirmation that the Russian soviet govern government
ment government has agreed under certain condi conditions
tions conditions to recognize the foreign debts
.of the imperial Russian government
was received here today through the
official bolshevik news agency.
Mr. James Islie of Bushnell, is
spending a few days in Ocala. He
came especially; to attend the funeral
cf Mr. Charles Ffeifer.
Affidavits Alleging Conspiracy Be Between
tween Between Mine Owners and Workers
. Filed at Indianapolis
- C Associated Press)
Indianapolis, Oct. ? 29. Affidavits
designed to establish the existence of
an unlawful conspiracy between union
coal miners and .. operators were in introduced
troduced introduced today in the f ederal court
hearing on the application for a tem temporary
porary temporary injunction restraining the
union jn its efforts to organize the
Mingo coal-field m West Virginia.;
PETITION FOR DR. PEEK
Dr. E. G. Peek, Ocala,1 Fla.:
y.We, the undersigned citizens of the
city of Ocala, do hereby petition you
to become a candidate for the office of
mayor of the cjty of Ocala. to be
Voted on at the general election to be
I held in and for said city on the sec
ond Tuesday in December, 'A. D. J921.
Mabel Akins, O. B Howse, E. A.
l-Osborne, Donnie Sims, R. H. Todd,
Mrs. Freddie Tally, Jewell Carroll,
Mrs. R. H. Todd. Mrs. E. J. Foy, Mrs.
O H. Rogers, Pearl Keeffe, Clara J.
Walters, Cathleen Dupuis, Mrs. T. H.
Johnson, Mrs. Walter Hood, Blanche
Priest, Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs. F. E.
Wetherbee. Rena Smith, Annie Davis,
Mrs. S. R. Wnaley, Cora Marsh, Mrs.
F. A. Howse, Mrs. W. E. Smith, Lillie
Marsh, Rosa1 Lopez, Mrs. F. E. Mc Mc-Clane,
Clane, Mc-Clane, Dorothy Schreiber, Lillie Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, Mrs. W. Wolff, Catherine Mer Mer-rell,
rell, Mer-rell, Nellie C Stevens, Mrs. E. T.
Helvenstoh, Mary, B. Eagleton, W. W.
Condon, Mrs. J. E. Chace, C. Rhein Rhein-auer,
auer, Rhein-auer, Mrs. S. A. Ellis, Mrs. A. E.
Gerig, IL L. Borland, Mrs. C. E, De-s.
Camp, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Carrie Barco;
Mis.R. T. Weaver,' Mrs.-C., E. Win!
ston, Mrs. C. C. Wright, Mrs. E. -f A.
Osborne, Mrs. Blanche Thompson, A.
L. Lucas, Mrs. C. Rheinauer, Mrs.
lister Warner, W. W. Clyatt, Mrs.
C. G. Barnett. Mrs. P. G. Murphy,
Mrs! W. W. Clyatt, R. L. Carter. Mr.
R. J. Perkins.- F. W. Cook, E. W.
CiemenC' Mrs. R.' T, Adams. Mrs? F.
W. Cook. N. W. Meadows. Edith Grif
fin, Adele Bittihger, Susie Lou Ellis,
Mrs. E. M. Howard, L. T. -Izlar, Mrs.
Lester Lucas. Eunice Marsh. Mrs.
Emily B. Green, Mrs. Cecil Bryant,
Mrs. W. L. Scott. E. C. Bennett, M.
A. Ten Eyck. 'Alva Edwards. D. E:
Mclver, G. S. Scott, W. H. Marsh,
J. D. Wilkes. Jno. .L. Edwards." Mrs.
W. H. Marsh, H. A. Waterman, Harry
C. Dozier, T. W. Troxler, A. E. Gerig,
J. Harry Walters, H. I Walters, T.
D. Lancaster, Annie Mae Close, C. C.
Simpson,' W. T. Gary, Lillian Clark-
son, JVi. A. Ten Jbiyck A. A. Winer,
Abbie Wallace. J. W. Tally, H. A.
Wartmann, Othello Cassels, -Sid R.
Whaley. C. W. Moremen. W. F. Cre-
son. J. G. Batts. W. A. Knignt, Mary
C. Marshall. K. J. Weihe, T. f. Mun-
roe. E. G. Lindner, F. G. B. Weihe,
J. M. Thomas, George N. Looney, J. j
B. Carlisle. R. L.' Van Osten, C. Cecil
Bryant, C. A. Todd. H. L. Borland,
H. G. Shealy, Mrs. Ava L. Edwards,
Louis Hs" Chazal, W. W. Stripling, P.
G Murphy, P. V. Leavengood, H. P.
Bitting, L. H. Pillans, J. H. Spencer,
Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Levis Smith,
B. Rheinauer, i Mrs. H. A. Waterman,
R. L. Anderson Jr E. T. Helvenston,
D. R. Connor, .J.' J. Gerig, I. U.
Forbes, Jas. J. Pyles, L. T. Izlar, L.
Tcffalettx, Robert MacKay, B. A,
Weathers, J. B. Christie, G. C. Greene,
L M. Murray, K. E. Clarkson, Jno. R.
Prelr, E. 3, Crook, J. G. Parrish, W.
D. Preer, George MacKay, D. W.
Tompkins, S. H. Christian, "N. R. De-
hon, W. W. Rilea, Max Israelson,
Harvey Clark, Jerry Burnett, J. H.
Sperring, H. D. Stokes, L. F. Teuton,
S. M. Lummus, Baxter Carn, "Howard
Clark, J. C. Lanier J. K. Dickson,
Mrs. H. M. Hampton, H. S. Camp, E.
S. Gernant, II. P. Bitting, R. II. Floyd,
Edmund II. Martin, Albert O. Har Har-riss,
riss, Har-riss, C. C. Bennett, W. M.'-Palmer, H.
M. Hampton, H. W. Walters, Mrs. L.
N. Green, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs.
B. F. Condon, Mrs. G. C. Sheppard,
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck, Mrs. William
Sinclair. Mrs. L H. Pillans, Mrs. G.
I. Taylor, Mrs. Geo. T. Condrey, Miss
Mayme Smedley, Mrs. Spencer.
A CO-ED OF TWO WORLDS
When Liz dines out she says with
Home when the stuff she wants, to
' have, ;
She says, "Maw, slide across the
salve." Ohio Sun Dial;
Get yotir cucumbers, beans, lettuce,
celery and bananas, apples, oranges
andavocado pears, at the Dixie Fruit
Store, netx to gas office, in Barring
ton Hall building. 2S-3t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Michigan Sheriff and Posse Busily
Searching for Men Believed -to
Have Caused the Accident
(Associated Press J
. LaPeer, Mich., Oct. 29. A" sheriff's
posse and railroad detectives are
searching the country vside today for
the three men who fled from the
sqene late- last night of derailment
cf the first section of a Grand Trunk
passenger train. The men are be believed
lieved believed to be 'train wreckers who re removed
moved removed a rail near Elba with the re result
sult result that the entire train except one
Pullman was ditched. Three persons
were seriously injured.
WJXL RECEIVE MUSIC
BY THE WIRELESS
Florida University Boys Will Srve
Pittsburg Melody to Patrons
of the State Fair
Jacksonville, Oct.. 28. A concert in
Pittsburg, Pa., will be heard at the
Florida 'State Fair, in Jacksonville,
Nov. 12 to' 19. Wireless will be the
medium, and students of the Univer University
sity University of Florida will set up and manip manipulate
ulate manipulate the instruments.
This will be a feature of the uni university's
versity's university's exhibit at the fair. The dis display
play display of the college, which covers ev ev-fery
fery ev-fery phase of its activities, will be one
of the mot comprehensive of its
character ever staged at" a Florida
RECEPTION FOR REV. TROUT
The members of the Christian
church 'gayfe a lovely reception last
nijht at the church, in honor of Rev.
Trout and family, who have recently
moved to Ocala. The church was
beautifully decorated for the occasion
with cut flowers, ferns and potted
plants. The benches in the main body
of the church had been moved to th
sides of the church, -where those who
attended .were seated during the
musical Program which was so much"
enjoyed. t -s.
Mrs. B. F. Condon, Miss Mabel
Akins and, Miss RubyCapplenTan gave
several piano selections. Mrs. C. E.
Winston sang two selections which
were greatly enjoyed and Messrs. A.
E. and J. J. Gerig gave several of
their always popular and appreciated
Rev. J. J. Neighbour and Rev. W.
F. Creson gave two"" very short and
pleasing talks, welcoming Rev. Trout
to Ocala on .behalf of the clergy of
During the evening punch was
served by the following young ladies:
Misses Ruby Cappleman, Hazel Mc Mc-Ateer,
Ateer, Mc-Ateer, Kathleen Leitner and Eliza-r
a i i r i i a
.. A.iarge nuuiuer ux uie ineuiuers ua
the Christian church and friends took
advantage of the occasion to call and
pay their respects and to welcome
Rev. Tf out to the. city.
The reception and musical program
proved most 'delightful in every way,
and those who were present will re remember
member remember it as one of the very pleasant
events of the season.
There's no extra charge for. clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the' City Fish Market.
E'hone 158. tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
I AM THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER
By BRISTOW ADAMS.
I am the Country Newspaper.
I am the friend of the famiW, th brineer of tidings from ether
friends; I speak to the home in the evening light of summer's vimm vimm-clad
clad vimm-clad porch or the glow of winter's lamp.
I help to make this evening hourj I record the great and the
mall, the varied acts of the days and weeCs that go to make up life.
I am for and of the home; I follow those who leave humble begin beginnings;
nings; beginnings; whether they go to greatness or to the gutter, I take to them
the thrill of old days, with "wholesome messages.
I speak the language of the common man; my words are fitted to
his understanding. My congregation is larger than that of any
church n my town; my readers
Young and old alike find in me stimulation, instruction, entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, inspiration, solace, comfort. I am the chronicler of birth, and
love and death the three great facts of man's existence.
I bring together buyer and seller, to the benefit 'of loth; I mm
part of the market-place of the world. Into the borne I carry word of
the goods which feed and clothe and shelter, and which minister te
comfort, ease, health, and happiness.
I am the word of the week, the history of the year, the record of
.my community in the archives of state and nation.
f am the exponent of the lives of my readers,
I am the Country Newspaper.
Republican Senate Leaders Seem Dis Disposed
posed Disposed to Dally With the Work
of Tax Revision
Washington, Oct. 29. Republican
Senate leaders conceded today there
was no possibility of passing the tax
revision bill this week. They also in indicated
dicated indicated there was little prospect of
maintaining a quorum for a night ses session
sion session of the Senate toinght.
NORTH DAKOTA'S FAVORITE
SEEMS TO BE NESTOS
At Last Account He Had a 25,000
Lead Over His Opponent
Fargo, N. D., Oct. 29. R. A. Nes Nes-tos,
tos, Nes-tos, indeepndent candidate for gov governor
ernor governor in yesterday's recall election,
continued early today to hold a 25,000
vote lead over his opponent, Governor
Frazier. Returns are available from
about one-third of the precincts m the
state and were from independent
MORGAN LOST HIS TEMPER
Judging by Its Effest, It Is to Be
Hoped No One Else Finds .It
Lakeland, Oct. 29. A warrant
charging assault was issued here to today
day today for A. J. .Morgan, a member of
the state legislature. He is charged
with striking W. E. Browning, city
impounding officer, during an argu argument
ment argument over impounding cattle owned
by Morgan. ;
GREAT DAMAGE DONE IN
Torrential Rains Cause People of Cen Central
tral Central American State Much
Guatemala, Oct. 29. Torrential
rains in western Guatemala "have
done great damage to property and
caused floods in which eighteen per persons
sons persons lost their lives.
EXTENSIVE FLOOD IN ITALY
Several Persons Drowned and Mnch
Property Loss by Overflow
of the Sebeto
. ( Associated Press)
Naples,' Oct. 29. Several persons
j-were drowned and extensive property
damage caused by overflow of the Se Se-beto
beto Se-beto river here Thursday night. The
inundation was caused by a severe
storm which lasted twelve hours.
CARD OF THANKS
. I wish to personally thank and ex express
press express my heartfelt appreciation to the
friends of my mother for th kind and
loving attention, condolence and sym
pathy they gave to her during her
Dr- K. J. Weihe.
- Miss Minnie E. Pfeifer, of Jack
sonville, who arrived Thursday night
to attend the funeral of her brother,
Mr. Charles Pfeifer, will remain until
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F.G. B. Peihe.
are more than those in the school.
Maximum Estimate of the ..Damage
Done by the Storm, According to
Florida Citrus Exchange
(Associated Press 1
Tampa, Oct. 29. Reports from all
parts of the storm stricken area to
the Florida Citrus Exchange indicate
the damage to the crop will be ap approximately
proximately approximately eight per cent, according
to C. E. Stewart Jr., general man manager
ager manager of the exchange. The heaviest
loss, according to Mr. Stewart, was
in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties,
50 per cent in Hillsborough and from
50 to 70 per cent in Pinellas. No re
port has been received by the ex exchange
change exchange from Lee county.
TAMPA CLEANING UP
City Manager Hall said today most
of the streets had been cleared of de
bris .but that hundreds of loads of
trees and material remained to be dis disposed
posed disposed of He-has advertised for bids
for rebuilding about 600 feet of the
sea wall on the Bayshore drive.
MOST NOBLE ROMA
JUDGE AT MIAMI
Impartially Inflicts Fines on Himself
and Another Oty Official
Miami, Oct. 29. T. E. Price, mu
nicipal judge, today fined himself five
dollars for driving his automobile
without a tail "light and H. G. Graston,
director.' of public safety, was fined
$25 for speeding.
COMPLIMENT FOR OCALA'S
Manager Chas. id Sage of the
Western Union has received the f ol-
owin geulogistic 'communication from
Mr. C. E. Harrison, chief operator in
Mr. C. K. Sage, Manager, Ocala:
For the third consecutive time the
Marion county metropolis topped the
ist of speed demons August, Sep-
temberand Octoberfall in a row;
count 'eih. And what Is more to the
point, Colonel Sage's crowd went
their own September figures one -bet
ter in October. September 92 per
cent, October 93 per cent. So it is
very plain that- if the others are of
the opinion that' the Brick Cityites
will relinquish their hold on the top
by slowing up, you have a bum steer,
fellows. Nothing but a speed of
service that has the proverbial kick
in it will relegate that bunch to the
list of trailers,
We can't exactly figure out the
reason for such a consistently good
performance, I mean better than the
other fellows, for surely Ocala is not
Working under more favorable condi
tions than are the other offices of the
trunk group. So there must be some something
thing something in the amount of pep that the
Ocalans are injecting into their work
that keeps them in the lead. Such
repeated demonstrations of wide-
awakeness makes Ocala a favorite for
November and it is for you fellows to
say whether or not he comes through
for. the fourth time.
Here is a long shot that I expect
to see go over. Hall's Sanford crowd
will not be the cellar champs again
But here is the whole story sHown
on the attached form 52-B just as it
went into the division office. Study it
for yourselves. C E. Harrison,
The True Blues" of the Methodist
Sunday school" enjoyed an outing at
the home of their teacher, Mrs. M. M.
Little last evening.
Every member brought a guest,
there being about twenty in all, each
with a jack o' lantern.
There was a camp fire under the
oaks, around which stories were told,
corn popped and apples "applied for."
A black cat contest was followed
by a contest having answers beginning
with the word rcat." m
Tomato boullion was served hot
from a" caldron, with saltines, follow
ed by wafers and home made candy.
As 'a "side issue" an important bus
iness meeting was much enjoyed with
music, after which the merry spooks
wended their way to their various
Messrs. C W. Hunter and L. H.
Chazal returned this afternoon from
Tallahassee, where they did good
work for Road Number Two.
Born, last night, to Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. May. at their home, on East
Fifth street, a ten-pound daughter.
This is the fourth" daughter in the
family and she is. being given a cor
dial welcome by her little sisters.
Any One of Them Going on Strike
Will Forfeit Benefits Accorded
I By Transportation Act
Chicago, Oct. 29. The labor board
today issued a decision on the hear hearing
ing hearing to determine responsibility for the
geenral strike threatened by the big
five railroad unions, making three
findings, the third of which held "that
any union going out on strike will
forfeit its right and the rights of its
members in all existing contracts and
lose all benefits accorded by the
Hallowe'en seems the appointed
time for parties and one of the first
of the season was given last night by
Miss Nell Wallis, at her home on
The house was decorated in the
season's, colors and favos. witches
and black cats predominating. All
the guests came in costume, which
added color and picturesqueness to
the party. Merriment and fun were
at their height during the evening
and the time passed only too quickly
playing games. v
Partners for the evening were ob obtained
tained obtained in an unique way. There were
names of sonsrs written on slips of
raper, there being two slips with the
same name, one for a boy and one for
a girl. Then a song was played 'and
the girl holding the slip with that
sons sand it and the boy holding the
corresponding name, claimed his
A guessing contest was next. Ques Questions
tions Questions were given out and the answers
to which were words beginning "with
the syllable "cat." The difficult task
of carrying peanuts on a knife was
attempted and in some cases suc
cessfully carried out. MarshmalJows,
were toasted and the very fascinat fascinating
ing fascinating witches' caldron was surrounded
ty those who wishes to look into the
future. Miss McNeil -was the witch
who presided over the future and
fortune telling. r
X At the conclusion of this unusually
happy evening, Miss Theo Wallis, as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and
Miss Alice Sexton, served chocolate
ice cream and devil's "cake.
The guests present were Pauline
Schafer, Dorothy Crawford, Frances
Drake, Mea Dozier, Emmie Miller and
Genevieve Haile, Clifton and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Sexton, Mamie Sue Spencer,
Barbara Ware Johnson, Babette Pey Peyser,
ser, Peyser, Helen' Newsom, Gertrude Mayo,
Theresa Condrey, Alma Townsend,
Martha Preer, Chivalette Sm'tb, Alice
and Sidney Cullen, Lenora Toffaletti,
Elizabeth" Murray, Charlotte and
Anita Chazal, Marguerite Counts,
Mary Troxler, Violet Jones, Dudley
Cole, Claude Barnett, Bob Simmons,
Gene Potter, Frank Ditto, George
Blowers, George Boarde, James and
Louis Knight, Junie Counts, Tuck
Rooney, Lindsay and Lanas Troxler,
Tom Sexton, Jim Borland, Ted Drake,
M. R. Stroud, Herbert- Fret-lander,
Herbert Winder and John Tarver.
Sister: Hubby received an anony-
mour letter this morning informing
him of something I did before we were
Brother: Well, the best thia you
can do is to confess.
Sister: I know it, but he wont let
me read the letter and I don't knov
what to confess. Brown Jug.
"No man knoweth what the future
hathin store 'for him," quoted ...the
"That's right," agred the uaregen-
erate backslider. "A jazz band in this
world is worth two golden harps it J
th riprt Town Tnnifs.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends for
their kind sympathy and assistance
during our bereavement in the loss of
our brother and uncle. We also wish
to thank those who sent such beauti beautiful
ful beautiful floral offerings, Mrs. Weihe's sis sisters
ters sisters and brothers of the Eastern
Star. "Also the quartet composed of
Mi's. H. M. Hampton,' Mrs. Robert
Blake, Messrs. J. J. and A. E. Gerig,
who rendered so beautifully the songs
that Vere especial favorites of the
deceased- Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
F. G. B. Weihe.
Miss M. E. Pfeifer. -Dr.
K. J. Weihe.
Mrs. K. J. Weihe.
Rev. C W. White returned today
from St. Petersburg, where he has
I been for several days.
Once Petted Darling of Millionaires
Can't Pay Rent and Tried to Kill
Herself When Expelled From'
New York, Oct. 29.Evelyn Nesbit
was reported todav -afcnHx. 1
from the effects of an overdose of
aorphine swallowed yesterday wnen
the city marshal Wht n u
. o v uiutc LUC
lorniture from her apartment and tea
u uecause she Hadn't paid the
A COMMUNICATION FROM
MR. EMANUEL H. MARTIN.
Ocala, Fla Oct. 29, 1921.
To the Voters of Ocala:
I am a candidate for the office of
councilman at large Jn the next city
election. No individual personal in interest
terest interest or desire of mine moves ma to
seek the office; on the contrary, while
appreciating fully the honor- of the
position, if my own private interests.
uciai ana otner, should, control, I
would not event accept the office as a
gift, much less enter into a contest to
secure it. I know that my attitude
io this respect is not unusual, and that
the large majority of the members of
the present and former councils have
served the city at great personal sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice and inconvenience to them themselves;
selves; themselves; but in a community like ours,
every citizen should be ready to ren render
der render at the opportune time some
measure of public service to the town,
which is continually in many ways
rendering service to him. So I feel
that I am due Ocala something, and
am persuaded that I may partially
dischargee that obligation by active
service as a member of the city coun council.
cil. council. Whether or ndt I am mistaken
in this belief, those who vote in the
election will determine; and to them
I wish to state what in my opinion is
the chief issue to be decided by the
new council and what 'my attitude
will be when that issue still be pre presented.
sented. presented. Tersely expressed, that question is
whether or not our city charter shall
be enforced. Whatever may be the1
imperfections of that instrument, and
whatever objections might have been
made to its passage as law, we must
alldmit that it now is the law, and
as such should be respected. As a
member of the city council, I should
be guided in the performance of my
duty' by "this law, and- am in favor of.
an earnest effort to" observe its spirit
as well as its letter. If actual exper experience
ience experience shall demonstrate defects, we
shall at least learn what they are,
and in the proper time and! by the
proper methods they may be elimi eliminated
nated eliminated by amendment or repeal. Un Until
til Until then, the charter as it stands
should receive the whole-hearted sup support
port support of every city official and em employee.
ployee. employee. Personally, I have favored
the general plan of city government
outlined in this charter, and with a
number of other citizens I assisted
"somewhat in drafting it. While I am
quite sure it is not a perfect piece cf
work, I believe that a sincere, deter determined
mined determined effort to make it effective will
result in a more efficient and econom economical
ical economical administration of our city's busi business.
ness. business. Among other provisions of the
charter is one requiring the council to
elect a city manager. I am com committed
mitted committed to the election of no particular
individual to this office, but I hope
that the new council will proceed as
soon as possible to employ a thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly competent man, with the distinct
understanding that he shall be man manager
ager manager in fact as well a3 in name, with
all the power and latitude in the dis discharge
charge discharge of his duty, which a fair con construction
struction construction of the law will permit, and
that he be assured in advance of the
co-ope'ration of our city officers in the
clean and business-like conduct of
our public corporate affairs.
I appreciate keenly the expression
of confidence of those whose signa signatures
tures signatures appear on the petition for my
nomination, and whether elected or
not, their action has given me au
additional incentive to strive to prove
worthy of their esteem.
Emanuel IL Martin.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2:5, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 85,, Benevolent
and 'Protective Order c? Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodg-e rooms
upstairs over Troxlers and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E., E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.,
Miss Ethel Ilorne is
t w-. d in r th ;
week-end in Gainesvile with friends.
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To the best of our remembrance
the petition for Dr. Peek to be a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of mayor is the
longest the Star has ever printed.
, On consulting i the Congressiona
Record, we find that Congressman
vr J-ii r .itt
luuiiueii is xruin : vv yoming, noi iuas-
sachusetts. We apologize to Massa
chusetts for the mistake.
If, as Mr. Mondell says, the words
Mr. Blanton had printed in the Re
cord were too bad for congressmen to
hear, they must have been something
They are not likely to admit it, but
the real reason why the railroad men
backed down from their threat to
strike was because they realized that
they were up against a solid wall of
public sentiments Not on any issue.
not eevn the war, have the American
people been so united as in opposition
tc the strike. Not a single paper of
any standing' in the country advocat
ed or even defended a strike. If it
had occurred 'not only would it have
been defeated but the unions .would
have been broken up. When it came
to the final test, many of the men
would have refuse dto quit their jobs
We hope the experience will teach
wisdom to the unions.
' J J xl it.
unpleasant incidents which continue
to cause friction between the people
of Ocala and the Seaboard Air Line
A couple of citizens returning home
tfrom the north, and riding in a day
coach on the limited, were surprised
when the train stopped to find the
front door; of the ar far back beyond
the crossing.. A woman with a baby
in her arms had just stepped off with
considerable difficulty, and as one of
the gentlemen did not see very wel
he was reluctant to try to climb-down
at sucn a dimcmt place, lie and the
gentleman with him walked forward
thru the next car to reach the plat
form before alighting; from the train,
but when they, reached the door the
train was moving. The train was
finally stopped two blocks south of
Exposition street, where the two
gentlemen had to get off in the sand
and walk,- carrying their heavy va
lises, over half a -mile to the square.
In the opinion of Attorney General
Rivers H. Burfond, Florida admirers
of wine and beer will obtain, no sat
isf action from the recent" government
ruling that permits physicians to pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the, aforesaid beverages for the
sick. Mr Buford states that in his
opinion the regulations issued by the
secretary of the treasury of the Unit
ed States will Hot apply in the state
of Florida. He says: "The manufac manufacture,
ture, manufacture, sale, barter or exchange of all
alcoholic 'or intoxicating liquors and
beverages is controlled in this state
ty article 19 of the constitution and
the statutes of the state of Florida
enacted undsr the provisions of article
19 of the constitution, which are em
braced in section 453 to 5490J in-
vju&t uks fccoAE of tuTN
jXE-FASWOUSCJ GlJN VJWO USO
WAsO TO GO m3.'
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MUST HAVE A CITY .MANAGER
"Whether the- present charter is
given a fair trial or not, whether it
prove practical or not, whether it
stand, be amended or thrown away, it
is .apparent to all sensible citizens
that Ocala must have a city manager
if the town is to be progressive and
, City affairs are not only a govern government
ment government but a business. There is no bus business
iness business firm of any standing in this
country without a manager. There is
no successful business without a com competent
petent competent manager. Our city has four
million dollars worth of taxable prop property,
erty, property, therefore it is a four million dol dollar
lar dollar business firm with the "people as
partners. They are all vitally inter interested
ested interested in honest and competent govern government.
ment. government. -Competence in government is
also as necessary as honesty. Incom Incompetence
petence Incompetence causes waste and waste raises
It is unnecessary to argue extens extensively
ively extensively the need of a city manager. It
is a need that all but a few of our peo people
ple people realize. Even those who are
against the present charter realize
the necessity of centering the man management
agement management of the departments, except
the police, in one competent and re responsible
sponsible responsible person. Even if the mayor
and couneii.did exceptional team work
they could not give the needed time
and skill to -the control of the public
utilities, the streets and the sanitary
affairs that could be given by one
competent man with the authority to
exercise his ability.
If our people are,, alive to their in interests,
terests, interests, they will elect to the council
only men they have reason to believe
will try to put the city manager plan
into execution We do not say men
who are pledged to this policy, but
men who believe in it. It is easy to
avoid carrying out political pledges.
Everybody of experience has seen it
done often. The councilmen Ocala
needs are men who believe in the pol policy
icy policy and are anxious to see it given a
Any citizen can understand what a
saving it would be in money and what
a help it would be to efficiency if the
different ( departments of the city
worked in harmony with each other.
And any citizen who is posted on
Ocala public affairs knows they do
not so work and can understand how,
tinder the present lack of system,
they never can. They must jbe re responsible
sponsible responsible t6 one head, and that head
must be responsible to the entire eoun-
ci' and not to any one alderman.
" The people of Ocala should elect
officials who will give the city
chance to "keep abreast of other towns
of the same population and resources
After reading over the "extension
of remarks" in the Congressional Re
cord, which caused the censure and
attempted expulsion of Mr. Blanton
from the House of Representatives
the Star is of the opinion, that while
the language condemned was mighty
r.o-v rat: it was no rouerher than
that admitted to every court record.
It was applied by a union printer in
the government printing office to an
other printer, for no other reason
than that the other printer exercised
his right as an American citizen to
refuse to join the union. Mr. Blanton
has" been exposing a rotten state of
affairs in the government depart
ments, where the unions are exercis exercising:
ing: exercising: a tyrannical control more repug
nant to an independent man than that
of a czar or kaiser would be. This
control causes the taxpayers a vast
expense, men and women Deiongmg
t the unions not only being 'paid
salaries out of all proportion to their
wages but the departments being
ioaded down with useless employes.
We are suspicious of the shock that
the virtuous Mr. Mondell claims to
have felt on seeing the objectionable
words. The average man hears more
Ir less of that sort of talk often, and
no one has ever fallen dead from it.
Women and children don't read the
Congressional Record, and, for that
matter, few men do. It seems to the
Star that Mr. Blanton has honestly
ben trying to do the' country a serv
ice; and thatf'Congress would do bet
ter by the public bjT helping than
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fl
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
f 'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block A
warm welcome always extended to
isiting brothers: V i
. F. W. Ditto, N. G.
; Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.'
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Ocala Chapter No. 29, 0 E. S-,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook Secretary.
6:30 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
UL.ALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.L 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser
mon subject, "Is the Saloon Coming
Benevolent 'Back?. Or, the Ghost of John Earley-
C. L. Collins. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship witi
sermon. Subject, "Seeming Waste."
6:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.t
Ocala Lodge No. 286,
and Protective Order of Elks, meets ; corn
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
. C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
'Better come to church."
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
(Rev." W. F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell-, superintendent,
j 11 ;a. m. Morning worship. Ser Ser-jmon,."The
jmon,."The Ser-jmon,."The Risen Christ."
1 6-0 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
7:30 d. m. Eveninc worshin. Spr-
rort King Camp No. 14 meets atjmon, "The Law and the Gospel."
K of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec- Our responsive services have come,
ond Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit-Let every member be present. Others
ir.g sovereigns are always welcome. are cordially invited too.
H. B. Baxter C. C. j
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. j Christian
I Rev. Charles II. Trout, Pastor
Our orangeade machine Is again on j 10 a. m. Bible school,
the job at the fountain, and we have 11 a. m. Communion service fol fol-just
just fol-just received a lot "of nice sweet or- i lowed by special sermon by request,
anges. Court Pharmacy, 14-6t ; Brier report by delegates from the
j state convention.
7:30 a. nu Preaching.
j Special mid-week service Wednes-
jday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
; The Ladies Auxiliary Missionary
1 Society will meet Tuesday afternoon
i at 3 o'clock.
I A cordial invitation and welcome to
; every one to all these services.
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
OF THE STOMACH
PU CANT ENJOY, LIFE
with a tan, sour, Sbated (torn (torn-ach.
ach. (torn-ach. Food doea not nourish.
Instead it is a source of misery, causing
pains, belching, direinrss and head headaches.
aches. headaches. V
Q The person with a bad stomach
should be satisfied with nothing less
than permanent, lasting relief.
J The right remedy will act upon the
linings of the stomach, enrich the blood,
aid in casting out the catarrhal poisons
and strengthen every bodJy function.
Q The large number of people who
have successfully used Dr. Hartman's
famous medicine, recommended for all
catarrhal conditions, offer the strongest
possible endorsement for ,;
IM SERVICE FIFTY
Q TABLET'S OR LIQUID Q
Q SOLD EVERYWHERE Q
pi ir3 iar -it
John J. Neighbour, Rector
j Twenty-Third Sunday After Trinity
! 7:30 a. m. Holy. communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school,
j 11 a. m. Morning prayer and an
! address. Subject, "The attitude of
the church toward great vital ques ques-i
i ques-i tions of the hour as reflected through
j the Synod of the Province of Se Se-;
; Se-; wanee."
iso evening service.
C. W: White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a., m. Preaching.
6:30 p. m. Union service of the
young people's societies at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Music by orchestra and choir
. Christian Science Society
.' Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45- a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. ra. Sunday, service.
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading, room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daiiy except Sundays.
Stop in today and get your
Eversharp for School. We
have them in Red, Blue
and Black enamel take
your choice. Remember,
this is a genuine Ever-
sharp.. It carries enough
lead up its sleeve to last
all year. It has a handy
eraser out .in the open
ready for use.Three styles :
long, 50c; short with ring
60c; long with clip, 65c.
Get yours today.
The Court Pharmacy
The fourth meeting of the Triangle
Union will' be held Sunday evening at
the Presbyterian church. Subject,
'The Golden Rule and How ItfJan be
.Applied Today." Mrs. Nelson Russell
leader. Time, 6:30 to 7:15. vEvery
one cordially invited. 29-lt
, After a six months' absence in New
Mexico'and West Virginia, Dr. D. M.
j Smith returned home last evening.
j He has enjoyed good health during his
j vacation, anad looks hale and hearty.
His friends! are glad to have him
with them again.
is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection heie all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization hy becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Munroe & Chambliss National Banh
End of .Month
. Tonight and
$1 SPECIALS IN ALL DEP ARTMENTS
Get your cucumbers, beans, lettuce,
celery and bananas, apples, oranges
andavocado pears at the Dixie Fruit
Store, netx to gas office, in Harring
ton Hall, building. 283t
One of our friends wants to. know
why we are so down on politicians.
Well, it is' mainly because we are so
up on politicians. Columbia Record
- Salt n iilot.- already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is how. located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. ; 15-tf
Call phone i08 when you want groc-
ries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Business having "turned the cor
ner" is now wondering what will hap happen
pen happen in the next block.- Boston Shoe
and Leather Reporter.
IP ff ?r
Bi i tr.i f. i jjWi.lJ t- trtt
h y m r t i
i-i i i.
27 inch Outing, dark and light patterns, 22c values
- 6 yards for $1
v 36 inch Outings worth 30c a yard
- 5 yards for $U
One lot odds and ends Georgette Blouses values to$7.95
to close out, $1
63 and 72 inch mercerized table damask, $1.50 value
$1 a yard'
27 inch Flowered cret ton
4' yards for $1
36 inch percales light and dark
5 yards for $1
27 inch Ginghams
4 yards for $1
36 inch cotton serge, values 50c a yard
3 yards for $1
V. Hutk Towels, 25c values
. 5 for $1
Large size Turkish Bath Towels, value 50c each
3 for $1
Ladies and Missies Ribbed 'Union Suits, value. 1.50
Muslin Gowns, embroidered and lace trimmed
; for $1
Many other items not advertised
Best dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
Willard Batteries, of standard
Willafd quality, may be bad For
your Ford car and at a price
you'dv expect to pay for a lot
OCAU STORAGE BATTERY CO.
' Phone 318 0CAU. FLA.
- "The Fashion Center"
' Ocala, -. Florida
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ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
We can make yon epecially attrac
tive prices on house furnishings for
the fall and winter season. Theus
Bros. Phone 19- 10-11-tf
I can now give yon the
-methods, assuring "you
the most careful and
OB. K. j. WE I HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Ej Might Dedalist
- For fresh meat call phono ICS. Main
Street Market. tf
iNew bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE, of all
kinds. Will take your old in exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phons
SCHOOL HOUSES FOR SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction, Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids on
November 8, 1921, for purchase of
Dallas school house, near Summer--field,
also old Kendrick school house,
including one-half acre of land at
Kendrick. Board reserves the right
to reject any and all lk?s.
By order of the Board of Pull'f
Instruction. II. G. Shea!?,
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2$, 1321
Geo. MM Go. i
. HARD1YARE j
I HIGH .GRADE PAINT
Fifteen Year Experience
Up-to-DaSe Lnnch Counter
and Diuing Room
OPEN DAY AND MGHT
Sea Foods, W estern
American, French, Spanish and
- l" v
1 : Italian. Cooking
108 South' Magnolia' St. r
Day Phone 47. ght Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embaltners
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
My If ork is C uaranteed
y A. TINSMAN-
Phone 39 212 Orange Ace.
NEEDHAM JK0T0R CO.
Gasoline Oils snd Grease
Large line of "Ek ctrial Parts
We use genuine parts i'n our
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Beginning Monday, October 24:,
we will have
for cash only 1
Ft King Confectionery
, L. S. Mason, Pfop.
Phone in your order for fruit and
vegetables. PHONE 596
PINEAPPLE, PARSON v
LATE AND LUE GDI
GONG ORANGE AND
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTMAim NURSERY CO.
When you want, your house,
furniture, stock or goods of
any Viod sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get full
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell.
J. H. CRAMER v
P.O.Box 340 Ocala, Fla.
- Brakes Relined'
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. X Williams
. L. ALEXANDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives" more and better
work for the 'money than any other
8 American Legion
Of all the fruit that grows in the
Imperial valley of California, a consid considerable
erable considerable portion Is planted- and tended
by disabled veterans of the World
war. While receiving 100 monthly
compensation from the government,
he men are placed on tracts of land
by the federal board of vocational ed education
ucation education and are assisted in getting out
their crops. K. T. Fisher, assistant
national director of the government's
rehabilitation" work, recently compli complimented
mented complimented the California department of
the American Legion for safeguarding
the Interest of the veterans who are
winning their way back to health and
usefulness in the fruit-growing project.
The aid of woman's clubs of the
West In the Interest of a coast to coast
Victory Memorial highway will be so solicited
licited solicited by Capitol post, of the Ameri American
can American Legion In Topeka, Kan, with
which the plan originated. The To Topeka
peka Topeka Woman's club will place the re request
quest request for co-operation before the com coming
ing coming convention of the state federation,
of women's organizations. Integral
highways now in use would be hard-,
surfaced by the government. .Bronze
memorial figures of-American soldiers
in full equipment and "with rifles at
"present arms" would mark all stars
Another move to Induce the United
States government to force the release
by the Bolshevik! "of Capt. Emmet Kil Kil-patrick,
patrick, Kil-patrick, Unlontown, Ala., has originat originated
ed originated with the department of Poland of
the American Legion. Latest reports
declare that the American, confined in
a Moscow prison, is in a deplorable
condition from brutality and terror.
Captain Kilpatrick, a lied Cress work worker,
er, worker, was captured In Crimea.
: The National Americanism commis commission
sion commission of the American Legion Is making
J. arrangements to have a member pres
ent 'at-all Legion state conventions. In
.addressing the conventions tlie Ameri Americanism
canism Americanism officials will lay emphasis upon
the necessity of co-operation with
- teachers for the furtherance of educa educa-,fion
,fion educa-,fion In citizenship, the promotion ol
patriotism and the development ol
. A house-to-house:anvass of the en entire
tire entire city of Chicago has been under under-.
. under-. taken by posts" of the American Legion,
in seeldngout veterans who have been
unsuccessful In adjustment of compen
sation claims with the government. A
recent membership campaign in 111 V
nots netted a gainof 10,000 member!
for the first four months of J1921 ovel
the corresponding period of -last year
The American language will replace
German in the services of the Bethany
Reformed church of Baxter, la., under
the proyls'-on of a resolution adopted
by the congregation after a conference
with the local American Legion post
commander, .The Legion objected to
preaching In German at the funerals
-,t veterans who were killed In France.
Aerial mail flyers, their mechani mechanicians
cians mechanicians and all who assist them in tlie
U. S. Post Office department's air mall
service will be ex-?ervlce men, accord according
ing according to an order issued by John S. Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, San Francisco, chief of construc construc-i
i construc-i tion, acting superintendent of the traf-
lic division, air mail service, a copy of
which has reached American Legion
A proper education for American
cnildren in, China and Japan Is the
end sought by the Peking (China) post
of the; American Legion, which has
written .to Legion national headquar headquarters
ters headquarters to enlist the "aid of ex-service men
in the movement. The American
Chamber of Commerce and' other or organizations
ganizations organizations are working with the Le Legion..
gion.. Legion.. In the project.
Because they believe that Memorial
day should be observed in a reverent
and decorous, manner, members of the
American Legion In Indla'napolis, Ind.,
have asked 'that the annual -motor
speedway race be held in the future on
July 4 Instead4 of on May 30. More
than 130,000 persons attended the In International
ternational International motor classic this year,
ivhen the town of Lawton, Okla.,
set about building a road to the oil
fields, 20 miles away, Lowry post of
the American Legion undertook the
building : of a much-needed bridge
about eiglhteen miles from town. Dur
ing the construction members of the
post's Women's Auxiliary brought food
to the busy Legionnaires every dap
Fifty-eight years of residence in
America were not enough to Induct a
resident of Emerald, Neb., to famili familiarize
arize familiarize himself with the 'American lan language
guage language and Institutions of 'government.
As a result his application for final
citizenship papers was denied at a
naturalization hearing in which Amer American
ican American Legion members testified.
A resolution calling upon congress
Lto pass the American Legion's legisla
tion for the relief of disabled veterans
of the World .war sent by an American
Legion post at Newberry, S. C, was
accompanied by a large pair of shears.
An attached card bore the Inscription :
"For the Love of Mike, Cut Out the
"No plan for. future preparedness
can be carried out without the support
of the American Legion," said General
ltrLiiig at a banquet held in his hon hon-fir
fir hon-fir at LLicoln. Neb.
Goldenacre paper shell pecan nuts
This year's crop now for sale. Leave
your orders at Gerig's Drug Store,
where samples can be seen, or drive
out totthe gTOve and get yours. Two
sizes- 75c. and 50c. ter pound. 17-tf
EAT AT THE 5IAXINE
, ,Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
CoBdncted br XtiooaI .Council ot tfc Boy
Scouts of Air. erica.)
SCOUTIfiG IN FRANCE.
Scouting is being ued as a means
of restoring the physical and mental
balance of the boys and young, men
of the devastated area in the depart department
ment department of the Aisne.
Lorne W. Barclay, tsducational direc director
tor director of the National Council of Boy
Scouts of America, is in France on
special leave of absence from duty
In America in order that, as the Uni United
ted United States representative of scouting
he may devote his whole time to th
direetionbf scouting in France in con conjunction
junction conjunction and co-operation with th
American Committee for Devastated
Last year Mrs. A. Murray Dike and
Miss Anne Morgan made an investiga-'
tion as to the status and conditions
of boy life and found that not only
were the boxs umlernoTarished and un undersized,
dersized, undersized, buf that, as a result of the
war strain, they were in a highly nerv nervous
ous nervous state. Co-ordination was -lacking
to such a degree as to make efficient
development of young man power al al-Most
Most al-Most impossible. ;
Various efforts were made to coun counteract
teract counteract this by regular physical exer exercises,
cises, exercises, calisthenics, gymnastics and
games, with little result,
The mind of the boy was not dis distracted
tracted distracted from- his surroundings, which
were all rerainiscent.of war, for a long
enough period to obtain any lasting
In desperation, Miss Morgan ap appealed
pealed appealed to tbe Boy Scouts of America.
As a Tesult, Mr. Barclay went over
last summer to-condnct an experi experimental
mental experimental camp. This was so successful
that plans were immediately made to
open several camps In the summer of
1921, if finances could be secured.
Boy scouts throughout the country
were asked to contribute $25, the cost
of two weeks' -camp trip for one
French boy. This purchases his equip equipment
ment equipment and unifcrm, transports him to
camp and home again. Far more Im Important,
portant, Important, it, fits him to organize scout scouting
ing scouting in his own community, and gives
him an even finer conception of pa patriotism
triotism patriotism and courage.
Boys are assigned as special guests
of the troop or individual who finance
them,. pictures are exchanged and let letters
ters letters written all this paving the way
to a stronger International friendship
The, secretary of the American Com Com-inJtte
inJtte Com-inJtte for Devastated France reports
$3T)37, received up to date. It is hped
that by October the first sufficient
monies will be in hand to defray all
Ihe expenses of the two camps, one at
La Croix St. Ouen, near Coinpeigne.
and one at Corey. yr
,The mayor of Compelgne made a
special call recently upon the officers
of the boy scouts and' the American
Committee for Devastated France to
express in person the thanks of his
people: "It is the best, the most desir desir-ableTin
ableTin desir-ableTin fact, its is an effort unique,
accomplishing for France, that fine fineness
ness fineness of physique, that? strength of
young manhood which she so surely
nee.1s and which is so impossfble for
her to evolve for hersolf at th pres present
ent present time. In her name I have the hon honor
or honor to thank the members of .the Co Co-mite.
mite. Co-mite. Americain desJRegions Devastees
and -the Boy Scouts of America."
Tbe story has more than 'once been
told of that gallant Oakland (al.)
boy scout, Allen Daffett, who gave his
life to save his younger brother's last
spring and died saying: T could do
nothing else. I am a boy scout." An
interesting sequel to this splendid lit little
tle little story of herotsm is the fact that
the Oakland lodge of Elks, who are
tremendously interested in scouting,
wrote to their "brother," Warren G.
Harding, calling his attention to the
lad's noble sacrifice and true scout
spirit. The President at once replied
thanking the writers for calling his
attention to the Incident and asking
tliem to convey both his sympathy
andv congratulations to the bereaved
Just a scout! But his loyal readi readiness
ness readiness to live up to his scout law and
oath to save life even at the cost of
his own has won hirn a place among
the heroes of the world
"Boy scouts are' not trained particu particularly
larly particularly to be of use to the military or organizations
ganizations organizations of our country ; ihey are
trained primarily and effectively to be
good citizens, and Jjiat is what we
need, above every otlr thing. If we
can Inspire in them such ideals as
those for which the boy scout move movement
ment movement stands there caa be no fear as
to America's future,"
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
falsing thO Family-we don Know whether to blame or Ptty the old Manl j j
-roPENfoofe peooi 1 1 STOOD OP FOP- t to smnO OP FOR fnf C of ( (
' (vou -show xoua. I STT ((oucrTu J (f 'M Of ( 1 1 -i ,De'. ;
-; "T3 P 'M 7
New at the Game.
"Was your second-hand truck re repaired
paired repaired by an expert?" said Fanner
"Tin a. little suspicious that It
wasn't," replied Farmer, Brookfield
"The young feller who did the work
took the machine all apart, put It .to .together
gether .together again so It. runs as easy as
a gold watch, an' charged hue only
Social Stude (frowning In perplex perplexity
ity perplexity on hearing once more that she
not at home) I wonder, Jimmy, If
your sister realizes that I have treated
her to- three taxi rides and four con concerts
certs concerts this month?
"You bet he realizes IL That's why
she's keeping her engagement to Bill
Henderson a secret." Judge:
It was their wooden wedding.
"And, now, darling." said the wife,
who was In one of her sweet moods,
"what are "you going to give me?"
'7 gie you myself." said the hus husband
band husband ;
"Yes ; don't you remember calling
me a blockhead last night?"
"One of our prominent profe'ssora
gave an, Interview to one' of the re reporters
porters reporters with the understanding that
his name must not appear in prlnt"
"Then It evidently got into the pa paper."
per." paper." Tes, 'and now he is mad because
It was spelled wrong." Kansas
' Speaks Feelingly..
" Speaker Is there any one here who
does not believe in the basic principle
that the more hands there are the less
work there will be for each worker?
Woman Yes, I don't believe It.
"And may I ask, madam, what you
know about it?"
"I am a manicurist."
. Tim to Keep Cool.
"As I was coming home tonight,"
said Mr. Dubwalte. "I was held up
, t'Mercy!" exclaimed Mrs. Dubwalte.
"By a highwayman?!
"No, by a traffic policeman."
IThen you didn't-lo6e anything."
"Yes, I did I lost my temper and
Tm now under bond"
Bobble: Which of yer two fellers
y gonna marry, tie?
Sitter; Why do you want to
Bobble: Well, I don't wanna
watse my valuable time bothering
; with the wrong one.
Hasn't Returned Yet.
We're beating- back to normalcy.
That muh you can't deny;
And maybe some day we shall eee -.
A nickel slice of pie. Awgwaa.
"Why did you jump?" asked the mo motorist.
torist. motorist. i
"Great Caesar's ghost!" exclaimed
the pedestrian. "To keep you from
running over me."
"Drat the luck I I missed a chance
to test my new emergency brat-"
Buy your Hallowe'en outfit from
Gadson. Prices to suit you. 27-2t
TO THE PUBLIC
I am running two woodsaws. John
Hatchell and Arthur Willoughby are
operating them. See them or phone
368 and your wood will be cut on short
D. N. MATHEWS
. And $15 Per Month
Will buy nice four-room
cottage just finished and
painted inside andi out.
On big lot just outside
city limits ( no city tax taxes).
es). taxes). Large garage. See
E. C, JORDAN,
THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM
This bank has been in existence for ten years. Its policy is conserva conservative,
tive, conservative, but at the same time it is in fall accord with modern ideas.
. Therefore, the condition of the institution has always been sound and its
growth satisfactory." I
- The Oflicers will be glad to talk over Banking relations with you at any
time, and pledge themselves to serve your interest faithfully when you entrust
your businessto this strong institution.
3IARION-DUXN 3IASOXIC LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
meeta on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held- every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
. W. W. Rilea, C. C
C. K. Sage; K. of R. & S.
W. E. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adrtf i
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Indiana Lady Had Something Lifee
Indigestion Until SLe Took
. Got All Rigat
Seymour, Ind. "Some time ago 1 i
had a sick spell, something like' indl-1
gestlon," writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, of j
Route 6, this place.. "I would get very j
sick at the stomach, and spit or vomit, i
especially In the mornings.
"Then I began the use of Thedford's
Black-Draught, after I had tried other
medicines. The Black-Draught re relieved,
lieved, relieved, me more than anything that I
took, and I got all right.
T haven't foflnd anything better
thant Black-Draught when suffering
from trouble caused by constipation.
It is easy and sure. Can be taken in
email doses or large as the case calls
When you have .sick stomach. Indi Indigestion,
gestion, Indigestion, headache, "constipation,:: oi
ether disagreeable symptoms, tak?
Black-Draught- to help keep youi
system free from poison.
Thedford's Black-Draught is mad.
from pnrely vegetable ingredients,
acts In a genUe, natural way, and has
no bad after-etfects. It may be safely
taken by .young o'r old.
Get a package of Black-Dranftht to
day. Insist on the genuine, Thedf prd's.
At your druggist's. NC-143
Our SEEDS Like
Are Always Fresh and
G. C. GREENE
Phone 435. Opposite
The most attractive line of
Trimmed Hats you ever saw is
now being sold at $5 each.'
See the Display in Our North
Style Hat Shop
M. & C. Bank Building,
' Ocala, Fla,
OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
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Negotiable Storage Receipts
3IOV., PACK, SHIP
mmiu'm"mm mm mmm mm warn mmbmb m MMaaaBBnnMM
ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magneloes Recharged. Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
. Oils and Greases
Corner jOklawaha Ave? and Osceola St
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
r y r w f i .
li s MARKET & GROCERY
Everything To Eat
& MEATS AND GROCERIES,
Telephone No. 243
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard
E.very modern convenience in
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
I Special Sale of Bicycles
Terms of $5.00 First Payment. $3.00
Per Veek After.
Ft. King Ate.' and Osceola Ate. Ocala, Fla.
ir'v v"r. .vj r. r. -s r r. r. .-, .-.
Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE EIOTOG
f i1JZ& i 041::
FRUITS AND i VEGETABLES
lfTTt l If! rr
Dininj room service la
J. E. KAVANAUGI1
" -4 .tr -' v, 4T '-
contractor in thn city.
This is a Studebaksr year.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921
FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry End bath room in fine loca-
- tion. All modern conveniences. Ga Ga-.
. Ga-. "rage for two cars. Terms if desired.
Fjor further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
GOLDENACRE Paper shell pecan
nuts. This year's crop now for sale.
Leave your orders at Gerig's Drug
Store, where samples, can be seen,
or, drive out to the grove' and get
yours. Two size3, 7!Sc. and 50c. per
LOST Somewhere between Masonic
home and Lake Weir, open face
gold watch. Gruen works. Mono
gram L. II. C. on case. Generous
reward for return of same to
Loui3 II. Chazal, Marion County
Board of Trade, Ocala. 18-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 163 and
FOR SALE OR TRADE Stock,
poultry and farm implements con
sisting of horses, cows, hogs, wag
ons, buggy,, mowing machiine,
plows, cultivators, harrows, etc.
See Abner Pooser at B. Goldman's,
Ocaia. Fla. 21-tf
FOR SALE Gas stove for sale
cheap if sold at once, i Apply to
phone 3G0Y. v 22--tf
ATTENTION Man and wife who
want a comfortable home, furnish
ed, phone 429 for proposition, be
tween '6. and 8 p. m. Reference
FOR SALE Jersey cow with young
calf. Can be seen at Mathews
grist mill, 21 West Fort King ave-
. nue. Phone 368. D. N. Math
ews. ; 25-6t
FOR RENT Extra large and wel
ventilated rooms, furnished or un unfurnished,,
furnished,, unfurnished,, hot and cold water in
. bath. Largest and best rooms in
town for the money. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 26-tf.
REWARD Lost, near the" postoffice,
Thursday night, pair automobile
gloves. Return to Star office and
receive' reward. 28-2t
LOST One brown Jersey, smooth
crop, split and under bit, smooth
crop, split and upperbit ; with bell
halter and fragging piece of trace.
Reward if returned to E. Bomolini,
, phone 322, North Ocala. 28-6t
MULES Ten. pair four year' old
matched mules, will weigh 1000
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair, Anthony
.Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf
FOR RENT Furnished residence,
with six rooms and bath; gas and
electricity; immediate possession.
P. H. Hensley, 27 Daugherty St. 6t
PAINTING For the better class of
interior painting and refinishing
. furniture and pianos, phone 107. T.
Dj Dillon. 29-6 1
The fourth meeting of the Triangle
Union will be held Sunday evening at
the "Presbyterian, church. Subject,
Applied Today." Mrs. Nelson t Russell
leader. Time, 6:30 to 7:15. Every
one cordially invited. 29-lt
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Jackson County Fair, Mari-
anna, November 4 to 19.
Leon County Fair, Tallahas-
see, November 22 to "26.
Alachua County Fair, Gaines-
ville, November 8 to 11.
Suwannee County Fair,, Live
Oak, November 8 to 12.
Orange County Fair, Orlan-
do, February 14 to 19.
Bradford County Fair, Lake
.Butler, November 1 to 5.
St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,
January 24 to 27.
Madison County Fair, Madi-
; ion, October 26 to 29.
' Marion County Fair, -Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
. South Florida Fair, Tampa,"
February 9 to 11.
Florida State Fair, Jackson-
ville, November 12 to-19.
Jefferson County Fair, Mon-
ticello, November 4 to 5.
Taylor County Fair, Perry,
November 1 to 5. :
Columbia County Fair, Lake
City, November 1 to 5.
Georgia-Florida -Fair, Val-
dosta, Ga., October 31 to No-
. -" .'
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
- Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S,
meets, at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
' Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Many friends, a number of them
bringing flowers, attended the last
services for Mr. J. W. McClane yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon in MacKay & Com Company's
pany's Company's chapel, Rev. W. Creson offi officiated
ciated officiated at the brief but' impressive
service, after which the remains were
carried to Greenwood and reverently
laid to their last rest.
. If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. O. B. Howse, manager for the
Farmers' Marketing Bureau, ha3 his
office in the Farmers' Exchange
wholesale storeroom, at the corner of
East Broadway and Osceola.
. Dr. Thompson and Prof. Willett of
Dunnellon, were visitors in Ocala yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Smoke Don Eey. That good cigar.
Mr. John R. Martin returned yes
terday afternoon from a visit to his
scn-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Merrin, at Dade City.
Mrs. W. T.- Gary went to Alachua
this afternoon to deliver an address
before the woman's club.
Miss Betty Cole remained n
Gainesville for the week end the guest
of 'Miss Lillian Glass.
While kid .gloves cleaned free with
ladies' work at the Royal Cleaners.
Fhone 443. 18-tf
Mrs. James Nicholas and little son
are visiting Mrs. Nicholas mother.
Mrs. Mateer, at Bushnell.
Cranford Standley's home made
candies -fresh daily. Quality Fruit
Store, next to Masters- 29-tf
Mrs. Z.-C. Chambliss,s,vho has been
in Georgia for the past five months,
visiting her mother, is expected home
Chiropractic is no longer a theory,
but a practical demonstrated fact.
You can be speedily restored to per
fect health by having the cause of
your ailment removed. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala, House. v : 22-tf
" Mrs. Walsh of Savannah, arrived
in 'Ocala yesterday and for the next
tthree weeks will be at the Anthony
Farms! the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. E. C. Beuchler.
Gadson has -the Hallowe'en novel
ties, viz: Masks, horns, Janterns and
party decorations. Come in. and get
your supply. 27-2t
Mrs." Karl Weihe, who has been
SDendinar the nast two months in
Flushing,' L. I., arrived homes fester-
Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less
than we have ever put them on.- The
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
tops on for $10.50; roadsters, $9.00.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub
ject to change. 10-l-30t
Mr. P. A. Durand received a letter
from his wife this morning," stating
that her father. Mr. B. L. Hooks, who
has been critically ill at his home in
Butler, Pa., where Mrs. Durand was
called several weeks ago, is improv
ing slowly and they hope that he will
soon be out and around again.
The following Ocalans went to
Gainesville last evening to attend the
S. A. E. fraternity -dance which was
held at the Elk's Club: Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. HalL Misses Ethel Horne, Sara
and Jess Dehon; Callie and Lucille
Gissendaner, i Betty Cole, Messrs,
TEE MEAL CIRCUS COMING
OMCHJS tSv MOV. 8
WJp : f c-
v- Tickets on sale Show Day at
; THE COURT PHARMACY
at the same prices charVjctl on the show gr owns
Parker Painter, Walter Troxler, Al Alfred
fred Alfred MacKay, Fred Winer, C. C. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Joe Borden and Jim Taylor.
Look this list over; Celery, lettuce,
cranberries, peppers, eggplant, cu cucumbers,
cumbers, cucumbers, tomatoes squash, apples,
oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, co co-coanuts,
coanuts, co-coanuts, chestnuts, assorted nuts,
l.'mes, lfcmons. Phone your order and
v e will deliver. Fort King Confection Confectionery,
ery, Confectionery, phone 596. 27-3t
Miss Jessie Pinson, one of the effi
cient members of the primary school
faculty, went to Dunnellon this aft
ernoon for a week end visit to friends.
Test our delivery service when you
-ant FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. "Main Street Market. tf
A number of cars furnished by the
citizens of Ocala left town early this
morning carrying the football team
to DeLand, where they will play this
afternoon. They were in charge of
Coaches Freelander and-Tarver
Get your cucumbers, beans, lettuce,
celery and bananas, apples, oranges
andavocado pears at the Dixie Fruit
Store, netx to gas office, in Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall building. 28-3t
Circle. No. 1 of the Woman's 'Aux
iliary of the Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will be 'hos
tess at the monthly silver tea Mon
day, October 31st, from -4 to 6:30 at
the "home of Mrs.. E. G. Peek. All
members and friends of the church
are cordially invited. The tea ,wjjl
be in the nature of a Hallowe'en af affair
fair affair and a musical program is being
Mr. and Mrs. A. W Hough are re
ceiving congratulations on the arrival
of a fine son, born last night. The
lad has been named "Allie 'Gordon.
Mrs. Hough before her. marriage was
Miss Margaret1 Miller. ;.,
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk will leave' on
the limited tomorrow for Jackson Jackson-ville,
ville, Jackson-ville, where she will spend the week
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Weathers at their home in Riverside.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, vice president of
section four of the State Federation
of Woman's Clubs, returned today
from Alachua, where she addressed
the Woman's Club of that place. Mrs.
Gary stayed over especially tqf see
the "movies," which are run" by the
Woman's Club of Alachua,and they
have made a decided success of that
I WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No., 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. ml every sec second
ond second Fridaysevening a't 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
x"H. B. Baxter,. C. C.
Chal K. Sage, Oerk.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
. Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. i3, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
New bed room, dining room, parlor
and kitchen FURNITURE of all
kinds. Will take your oldin exchange
if you desire. Theus Brots. Phona
Read the want ads.
TRAINED mib ANIMALS
3 RINGS -2 STEEL
TRANSO? DOU SV.B Cfi CTH
-lOOO PEOPLE tOOO
J UN GLt BEASTS
Rare Gratitude. 1
Patient 1 am very grateful indeed
to you. doctor, for only ctiarinjr half
your uual fee. Tl.e operation you
performed on "me was of a most deli delicate
cate delicate nature. I am indebted to you
both financially and praily for my
Doctor And I, sir, am indebted to
you. Most of my patient? are rich
people with imaginary ailments. I was
glad of .t lie ch.iiwe to practice some something
thing something besides deception.
TH you think, inquired Mr. Meek Meek-ton,
ton, Meek-ton, Thnt a man oiigiit' to undertake
to be a hosain his own home?"
- "Certainly not," replied Senator
Sorghum. "A, man who undertakes
to be an uuconiprtuni.-ins boss in his
own hmne is pretty (sure to fjjd him himself
self himself in embarrassments sirailar to
those of a statesman who tries to be
hi??vr than his party."
" "I Tow long has he been in this coun country?
try? country? t
"About two years."
"Does he give any indication of he heron
ron heron ring a good American citizen?"
"I should say so! He hadn't bfen
in America more than twelve months
before he was a power in-ward pol politics."
x G?ad cf It.-
"Aren't 'the mails' dreadfully slow?"
"Tes. but that's an advantage some sometimes."
times." sometimes." ,. V :. N V
"Why, this, rnornitg I received the
Dulmores' card' for yesterday's reception.":-.
. : ':
f "So did L It gave me a really de decent
cent decent excuse for not going."
Complying With the Conditions.
The Lawyer -Tonr aunt's will pro pro-vilfvj
vilfvj pro-vilfvj that her dog j-houhl die a natural
death before you could suef-d to its
inheritance. I trust you can prove the
animal's death was natural.
Mr. Nexkin Sure can. I fed the
mutt a few grains of strychnine and
dath naturally ensued.
Contracts have been let to -ithe
Southern Ferro-Concrete .Compony of
Atlanta for the various additions and
improvements of the Florida State
Coollegevfor Women at Tallahassee.
The contracts v aggregate around
A Story Which Smacks
0 the R oiling Wa ves
arid Salt Air
TTTo TV? m
By J. ALLEN DDHN
Practically all the action and
there is a world of it takes'
place at sea. The adventures
will appear personal .to you.
If you don't mind Jbeing shang shanghaied
haied shanghaied with a young San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco newspaperman; if you'd
enjoy a gold-hunting expedi expedition
tion expedition to the Arctic in a stout
sealing .ship manned, by a Bol-.
shevik crew of sailors and seal
hunters, captained by the girl's
father, and financed by the
smoothest villain you ever met
-then you'll have a wonderful
time with "A Man to His
A Serial for These Columns
Which You Must Not Miss!
NOTICE. TO TAX PAYERS-
The state and county tax books, for
1921 taxes open November 1st. Two
per cent discount on November re receipts;
ceipts; receipts; one per, cent discount on De December
cember December receipts! Women over 21 and
under 55 years of age will be required
to pay poll tax for 1921.
All occupational licenses due Octo October
ber October 1st. Anyone doing business with without
out without a license is violating the lar.
10-29-lt W. W. Stripling,
Tax Collector, Marion County, Fla.
Notice is given that the city coun-J
cu of Ocala, rlonda, will on the loth
day of November, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., receive' bids for drilling pf
sewer well, same to be double cased
with wrought iron pipe, outside cas casing
ing casing 12 inch, inside casing 10 inch; well
tobe sunk and cased to cavity suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to carry off flow of septic tank.
Address bids and secure desired5 in information
formation information from city clerk. 27-5t
Of Application for Tax II fed t"adr
Seetloa 8, Chapter 4SSS,
Law a f Florida
Xotice Is hereby driven that Frazier
C Clayton, purchaser of part tax cer certificate
tificate certificate No. 1343, dated the 4th day of
April. A. D. 1898, has filed said certifi certificate
cate certificate In my office, and has mad & impli implication
cation implication for tax deed to issue in accord accordance
ance accordance with law. Said certificate em embraces
braces embraces the following described proper property
ty property situated in Marion county, Florida,
to-wit: Lot 20. sub of nw'ii of See. 14.
Tp. li S. R 22 E. The said land be In?
assessed at the date of Issuance of such
certificate in the name of Francis "W.
Unless said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according to law, tax deed will
Issue thereon the
22ad dar SwfnWr, A. X. 1821
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 17th day, of October, A.
(Seal) f. r. LANCASTER JR.. -Clerk
Circuit Court, Marion County,
Conner, Oct- 25.i Mr. snd" Urs.
CI :a ties Rogers and, children of .Ocala,
were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
N, A. Fort and attended service at
the Baptist church-
George Shealey and wife of near
Ocala, spent Sunday with the family
of B. F. Smith at Lake Eden Eden-Neil
Neil Eden-Neil Stanaland and wife went to
, Mrs. IL Heineman Sr. spent Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in the county seat.
P. L. Durisoe was in Ocala Thurs Thursday
day Thursday on business.
H. A. Atwagter spent several days
recently with his family in Palatka.
Mrs. A. H. Win go is recovering
from her recent indisposition.
On Saturday afternoon the- young
people of the neighborhood enjoyed a
randy pulling at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Stevens. j
Miss Thelma Hill of Burbank, was
u pleasant visitor at Conner last
The community sing was held last
Friday evening at the home of James
A. Hicks at Lynne.
I. P. 'Stevens has been busy this
week preparing the site to rebuild
where his house was burned recently.
The B. Y. P. U. will entertain on
next Saturday evening at a "tacky
party" at Camp Waldena, the home
of Dr. and Mrs. A. Hi Win go. The
young people are requested to come
Fairfield, Oct. 27. The farmers are
rejoicing over tffe rains "of the last
Mr. D. Fant is picking beans and is
realizing, a fair price for them.
A few of the fanners around are
preparing land for cabbage.
Mr. Leon Humphries of. Ocala, was
seen in our burg last week.
We are glad to note a little road
work being done and hope to see the
holes filled in so we can at least drive
a bunch of cattle over the road, if we
cannot drive cars, wagons and '.bug
gies. It looks to the writer that if
the tax money "Was properly used, the
roads could be kept in better condi condition.
tion. condition. Other salaries have been cut
down, so why not cut the salary of the
officers" some and apply that money to
the road fund.- f
Mr. Austelle made a business trip
to Irvine last week."
Mr. M. L. Payne is still on the sick
list. We hope he will soon be out
again. ; v J'"
Mr. Clark Yongue Jr. has gone to
some place in Georgia to attend
school. We wish him success.
Mr Jernigan and wife were wel welcome
come welcome callers at Reddick last Sunday
v Mr. J. C. Smoak of Flemington'was
seen on our streets last Friday.
Look here, folks, the fair will soon
Miss Rett Dantzler and Roy Nettles
were callers from Ocala last Friday.
Mr. W.-P. Brown is installing a
cane nill on his place this year.
I AM NOW having the interior to the store
room located at 107 Ft. King" Ave. on the
south side Han inton Hall Hotel, thoroughly
, done over and by Saturday of this week will have
my entire stock, now located in the north window
, of Jkes store, removed tr my new location and
, will be fully equipped and better prepared to take
care of the needs of my friends and patrons.
,1 take this method of thanking all my custo customers
mers customers for their patronage in the past and cordially
extend an invitation to visit me in my new home.
Yours for service
J. GH AS. SMITH
ld7 Ft. King Ave. Ocala, Florida
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The followuig schedule, figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Tune)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave "''- Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NYork 2:10 cm
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pra
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 ia
2:55 am NYork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15am Tampa 2:15ua
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:33 :.ra
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville10:13 pra
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland :27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pra
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dun ellon-Lk eland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
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GOING TO -A
THERE'S something fascinating about a fair.
Things are always moving. Folks come from
near and far to see, to hear and to compare.
But nobody would think of going to a fair every
day. It would taxe too much valuable time. Be Besides,,
sides,, Besides,, there's a continuous substitute right iq your
home, though you may .. not have realized it. For
this newspaper conducts a regufar fair every day in
its advertising columns.
Here the merchants and makers of everything you
need or want display before you their most attractive
wares. You have only to choose at. your ease what
you care most about before actually going to see the
products so displayed. V
There's a world of information and interest in the
advertisements. The time and trouble they save
you are beyond calculation- Always feel you're
shopping when you read the advertisements. You'll
find the habit pleasant and profitable.
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