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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Most Important Move Toward World
Peace Ever Made Now Before
The Arms Conference

Washington, Feb. 1. (Associated
Press). The fifth open session of the
arms conference was 'called to order
just after 11 o'clock today for presen presentation
tation presentation of the naval limitations treaty
and special treaties limiting use of
submarines and poison gases. Chair Chairman
man Chairman Hughes began with resolutions
adopted in the far eastern committee.
After reading many treaties' relating
to China, each of which was adopted,
Mr. Hughes read the points of agree agreement
ment agreement between the Japanese and Chi Chinese
nese Chinese regarding Shantung.
TEXT OF THE TREATY
Secretary Hughes presented to the
arms conference at 12:26 today the
text of the treaty for limitation of
naval armaments. The naval treaty
was not read but Mr. Hughes outlined
its terms.
In concluding, Mr. Hughes said no
more extraordinary or significant
treaty probably had ever been nego negotiated.
tiated. negotiated. "Obviously," said Mr. Hughes,
"it means an enormous saving of mon money
ey money and the lifting of heavy burdens
from the people. This treaty abso absolutely
lutely absolutely ends the race in naval competi competition.
tion. competition. At the same time it leaves the
security of the powers unimpaired,
but means more. The best thing is
the spirit manilested by which we
were able to reach this conclusion.
We are taking the greatest forward
step to establish the reign of peace."
MR. HAYES WILL ENJOY
HIMSELF IN MIAMI
(Associated Press)
Miami, Feb. 1. Postmaster Gen General
eral General Hays arrived in Miami at noon
with the declaration that he expected
to do nothing for the next two weeks
but enjoy himself and attend to a
small amount of business for the post post-office
office post-office department.
SECRETARY OF LABOR DAVIS
MUST HAVE BEEN WORKING
(Associated Press)
Battle Creek, Mich., Feb. 1. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Labor Davis is a patient at a
local sanitarium, having arrived yes
terday from Washington, suffering
cfrom what is described as nearly a
physical breakdown.
GERMAN RAILWAY MEN
GOING ON STRIKE
Berlin, Feb. 1. (By the Associated
Press). The executive committee of
the railway men's union has decided
to proclaim a general strike on the
railways, beginning at midnight to
night.
FRENCH STATESMEN CONSIDER
THE NEAR EASTERN SITUATION
Paris, Feb. 1. (By the Associated
Press). The near eastern question
was considered by Premier Poincare
and a number of experts at a confer
ence last night which lasted until
early today.
YAMAGATA HAS JOINED
THE ELDER STATESMEN
lAssociated Press)
London, Feb. 1. Field Marsha
Prince Yamagata, one of the few re
maining of Japan's elder statesman
died at his home in Odawara today,
says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch
from Tokio. He was eighty-four years
old.
WONDER WHAT THEY DID
TO THE OTHER FELLOWS
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Feb. 1. Two French sol
diers were killed and twenty-five
wounded in disorders Monday night
near Petersdorf, Silesia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCaskill are
making a great success of their little
poultry farm three miles south of
town. They are harvesting sixty dozen
eggs a week. Marion is one of the best
of counties for raising poultry. There
is hardly any time of year when
chickens and eggs are not abundant
and, in comparison with other sections,
cheap.
A thing that a woman is sure to
find a new hat on the head is worth
two on the mind.

Chicago Police Announce They Have

Caught Inspector of Internal
Revenue Dead to Rights
( Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb.- 1. The police
an-
nounced today that Scott Burn ette,
inspector in internal revenue depart department,
ment, department, confessed to participation in
whisky robberies totalling half a mil million
lion million dollars in the last year. Burnette
is said to have confessed to implica implication
tion implication in robberies of the homes of
many prominent citizens of Chicago.
THE STATE MUST LIVE
The assertion of class interest must
not only be expected, but it should
serve useful purposes, and should
really tend to promote the common
good, as it is the means of making one
class know and respect the rights of
another. It is very useful in framing
many laws, in order that the extent
of advantage asked by one class may
be weighed against the cost and dis disadvantage
advantage disadvantage to other classes, who must
ever be willing to concede something
to promote the good of the state.
But when such laws are adopted
they should appear to recognize class
rights rather than reflect class views;
for the common good is the end and
purpose of all laws. v
The common citizens must pay a
price for all class legislation, which is
only made greater when the evils of
one of such laws are attempted to be
offset by another of like class; thus
the dragon's teeth are sowed, lawyers
and other parasites are multiplied and
production pays the bill.
Organization is necessary for prop
er expression of class interests. Labor
unions may do good, and none
may
complain if labor finds, in organiza organization,
tion, organization, better means to assert its rights
against capital, or to advocate laws to
protect its interests.
But while all others organize, our
farmers, who produce most of our
wealth, are at work in their fields.
The nation would soon starve if they
worked on the eight-hour plan and
took time off to attend union meet meetings.
ings. meetings. They are too proud to mention
their privations and hardships, while
duty has taught them to endure more
of exposure and danger than most
others meet. What those in commer commercial
cial commercial life demand as daily necessities
are seldom tasted by them; the amuse
ments and varieties of our cities are
ost to those households where all
must begin their labors before Aurora
ushers in the dawn of each busy day.
They support no parasites by their
fiisides, for even every child does its
part in useful work and contributes
its mite to feed and better the world.
I would be loath to impute to any
intelligent man, of any class, or in any
walk of life, any decision or purpose
to rob such households of the fruits
of their toil; and such a man needs
none to prompt him to stay the hands
of any whose selfishness may lead
them to want to cast more burdens on
the farmers, and thus deplete those
homes where must be schooled the
best manhood for the America of the
future.
Such, however, is the tendency of
all laws limiting the hours for labor
in any Hbusiness, and of most of our
laws to regulate trades and the rail
roads. The tendencies of all such
have now accumulated into a positive
and certain force, now operating to
deplete our farms, give preference to
other lines, and fill our cities with
parasites.
Let us hope that the railroad labor
bill may prove the climax, and that
those senators and congressmen, who
voted for it, may make it live only as
a memory, to better guide our ship of
state from the rocks of destruction,
and better mark the true channel of
communial life.
Our law makers would do well to
remember that the real good of the
state may not be promoted without
helping the farmers, and that any
measure which helps a majority of
the farmers of our nation to help
themselves is sure to promote the
common good.
What the law makers are thus ask asked
ed asked to remember, as a motto for action,
also implied that farmers in one line,
or one locality, should not act to pro procure
cure procure from the state a preference for
themselves.
The state may do well to give tem temporary
porary temporary aid to any man, or class of
men, overtaken by misfortune; and in
so doing is less apt to err in generos generosity
ity generosity to farmers, as they are our main

Resisted by Miami Man
Wants Right of Way For
Heavy Trucks
Who
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, Feb. 1 Oral argument
in the attack on 'the constitutionality
of the new Florida automobile license
law was made before the supreme
court today. The action was brought
by L. S. Bonsteel, of Miami. Habeas
corpus proceedings were brought in involving
volving involving validity of the license tax im imposed
posed imposed on heavy trucks, though the is issue,
sue, issue, which has been joined before the
court attacks the validity of the en entire
tire entire act.
ATTEMPT TO CHECK
SPREAD OF INFLUENZA
Authorities of New York City Make
Vigorous Resistance to The
Epidemic
' (Associated Press;
New York, Feb. 1. Seventy-five
policemen were assigned today to spe special
cial special duty with the city health depart department
ment department enforcing house heating and san sanitary
itary sanitary rules laid down by the health
commissioner in an effort to check fur further
ther further spread of the influenza epidemic.
Commissioner Copeland announced he
would take immediate legal steps
aaginst house owners who failed to
provide sufficient heat.
producers and production
pays the
cost.
It is true that in speaking of us the
historian, Ferrero, said: "A nation
like a man may die of poor circulation
when the blood is congested in the
heart," but in thus warning us of the
evjj threatened in the rapid growth of
our cities he may have used the wrong1
simile.
Two wholly different diseases may
produce like symptoms. High blood
pressure or over circulation, not con congestion,
gestion, congestion, may produce the condition he
To point out the true mafady in our
national life we might better employ
another medical simile; for we find too
many parasites in the life blood of our
nation, and too many of them will de destroy
stroy destroy life.
The physical proportions of a man
are not the best test of his normality.
The size of his head, or his feet does
hot invite the application of remedies.
His breadth of beam, or that he pre
sents too much freeboard to the wind,
does not indicate that he is sick.
If we found fewer parasites in our
cities their growth might be said to be
normal; but they are now the hosts on
which feed millions of parasites, demi demi-pai
pai demi-pai asites and semi-parasites, as well
as those who take eight hours to do
four hours work and call that a day.
Economic conditions have re-made
many times the map of the world.
Our rural producers must produce
less for more pay, or our cities must
produce more for less pay, or new
maps must be made.
Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.
January 19th, 1922.
Miss Margaret Jackson was hostess
last night at the regular weekly meet meeting
ing meeting of the Tuesday evening auction
club. After a pleasant evening spent
at cards, prizes were awarded, the
first prize going to Miss Marian
Dewey and the consolation to Miss
Alice Sexton. Dainty refreshments
were served in the form of fruit salad,
wafers and hot coffee. Mrs. B. F. Con-
don and Miss Marian Dewey were the
only ones other than club members
present.
Circle C of the Baptist Missionary
Society held a very pleasant meeting
with Mrs. W. E. Smith yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. There were twenty members
and two visitors present, Mrs. Lula
Standley, president of W. M. S., and
Mrs. Hugh Floyd, secretary of Circle
B. After the devotional part of the
meeting, business was transacted,
sewing distributed and much work ac accomplished.
complished. accomplished. The hostess assisted by
Mrs. C. L. Collins, Mrs. J. P. Ausley
and Miss Chivalette Smith, served re-
f reshments. The next meeting will be
held with Mrs. O. H. Rogers, on Or
ange avenue.
! TRIXKLE INAUGURATED
GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA
Richmond, Feb. 1. E. Lee Trinkle,
of Wytheville, was inaugurated gov-
ernor of Virginia today.

Tax

Cargo of Mail Captured this Morning
By Masked Bandits In
Writing, Ind.

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb. 1. Five sacks of
mail, believed to have been registered,
were stolen by three armed bandits, ;

who, after firing one shot, stopped a : on five separate indictments in which
mail clerk in Writing, Ind., this morn- j he was charged with larcenies aggre aggre-ing
ing aggre-ing en route to the Pennsylvania de- gating $1,500,000, fraudulent loans

pot from the postoffice.
PRESERVING ITS 100 PERCENT
Ocala Rotary Club Had a Well At Attended
tended Attended and Interesting Meeting
Tuesday Noon
The Ocala Rotary Club, which held
its regular weekly luncheon Tuesday,
promises to put over another hundred
per cent meeting, thus making five
consecutive hundred per cent lunch luncheons.
eons. luncheons. At yesterday's luncheon, all
members were present with the ex exception
ception exception of Rotarians Ben Rheinauer,
Milby Lloyd and Carl Rose, and these
Rotarians have promised to attend
some luncheon during this week.
There were a number of guests at
.,. r u
Tuesday's luncheon. Rotarian G. H
Kelly, of Gainesville, was present as
the guest of Rotarian Louis H. Chazal;
Mr. Wm. E. Clark, of Mount Vernon,
N. Y., was the guest of Rotarian
Brantley Weathers; Rotarian John
Hall, of Jacksonville, was the guest
of Rotarian Albert Gerig; Judge D. S.
Williams was the guest of Rotarian
Ed Chace, and Rev. C. F. Benjamin
was the guest of the club.
The feature of the luncheon was the
xurtner consideration oi the recom-.
mendation3 of the boys' work commit-i
a u u
tee and a talk on boys' work by Mr,
Benjamin.
"The secretary was authorized to
purchase the necessary literature and
blanks for a survey of the boy life of
the city. The luncheon hour being -up
consideration of boys' work was again
continued until 'the next regular
luncheon. Rotarian John J. Neigh Neighbour,
bour, Neighbour, who has been presiding at the
boys' work luncheons of the club, will
preside aagin next week. Rotarians
Harvey Clark and Shep Scott were
responsible for yesterday's splendid
attendance.
The friends of Mr. J. M. Thomas of
the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank, who went to Montgomery for a
vacation a few days ago, and has had
his holiday somewhat impaired by a
sick spell, will be glad to know he is
j mt: i i i i
u" T i L u Z
many months, and he did not take
vacation any too soon.

i ways have a deep feeling and kind re re-A
A re-A few nights ago, some miscreants S membrance for each and every one

entered the poultry yard of Mr. J. E.
Frampton and carried off five hens.
The fowls were Rhode Island whites'
and had been exhibited with success
by Mr. Franpton at the Marion Coun-!
ty Fair. Some years ago a citizen of!
this town, with a well-placed load of
buckshot, sent a chicken thief over
Jordan. A repetition of that stunt
would be salubrious.
Dean Glass of Orlando, former rec-
tor of Grace church, Ocala, whose
resignation was offered about a month
ago, preached his farewell sermon
Sunday. It is with regret that Or Orlando
lando Orlando loses Rev. Glass, as he and his
family have many friends there both
in and out of the church. Rev. C.
Stanley Long, from Pueblo, Colo., has
accepted a call from the Orlando
parish. Rev. and Mrs. Glass and fam family
ily family will move to Orange Lake, where
Rev. Glass will devote his time to the
Fairbanks orange grove, in which he
is interested and of which he is man manager.
ager. manager. Their many friends in Ocala
will be glad to know that they will be
so near.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wells of Tampa
have taken up their home in Ocala.
Mr. Wells is a clever and industrious
young railroad man with a run on the
Atlantic Coast Line, and his wife is a
I ?martfnd. 0cala ir1' foimeriy,
- ;""0 ,"1JX "6 ,6 , 7
iruiii me iscaia nign scawi miy utsi.
year. They were married in Tampa in
September, and have recently decided
to make Ocala their home
Ocala
glad to have them.
Mrs. Wells has
scores of friends, who congratulate
her young husband on winning such a
bright and charming wife.

Indicted on Five Separate Counts, But
It Took Only $50,000 to Bail
Him Out

(Associated Press)
Boston, Feb. 1 Max Mitchell, pres president
ident president of the defunct Cosmopolitan
Trust Company, was arraigned today
and conversions, false reports and en entries
tries entries and with altering a promissory
note. He pled not guilty and was re released
leased released on $50,000 bail.
FOUNDATION FOR GREAT
TROUBLE IN FUTURE
Will be Laid if New Brunswick Makes
Liquor a State Monopoly
(Associated Press)
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Feb.
1. Adoption of a government liquor
monopoly in New Brunswick similar
to that now in vogue in Quebec and
British Columbia, is being considered
by the provincial authorities, on ac account
count account of the serious falling off in
.
iber business.
MISS EVA VINCENT
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Blake of this city will be grieved
to learn of the death of their sister,
J Miss Eva Vincent, which occurred to to-'day
'day to-'day noon. Miss Vincent came to
Florida from Knoxville, Tenn., last
August, hoping to restore her health,
but all care and -nursing could not re restore
store restore it. She leaves to. mourn her
! o j t V. Vio,. clef ore f to TP A Rl aVa ff
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this city, and Mrs. Mae M. Ingland,
who were with her when the end came;
Mrs. Fannie Galyon, of Oklahoma
City, Mrs. R. F. Graf and Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Ingland.
The remains of Miss Vincent accom
L anied by Mr T A BlakCf leave
tonight for Knoxville, where interment
will take place. Sam R. Pyles & Com Company
pany Company have charge of the arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. C. H. BATEMAN
The Star regrets to hear of the
death of Mr. C. H. Bateman, who has
been a good citizen of Marion county.
His remains were laid to rest at Mc-
I Intosh, which has been his home town
for years. He leaves a widow and
three children.
CARD OF THANKS
I thank Attorney Green and the
ajkindness and attentive attitude they
, gavJ me my and
of them, and pray God's blessings on
them and theirs. I also wish to thank
my other friends for their sympathy
and help. Mrs. J. P. Milton.
;
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The regular monthly meeting of the
, King's Daughters, which was to have
I been held tomorrow afternoon, has
I been postponed until next week.
i
j
' A TRIBUTE
Whereas, it has pleased God in his
love and wisdom to take from earth
and from among us our friend and
brother, J. D. Small, and though his
absence is forever from our band, his
memory as a worthy member of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
still lives among us, and that as we
feel keenly the grief over the loss of
our brother and in commemoration of
him who so lately stood with us and
gently ministering to those that love
him, be it resolved:
That a copy of this -be spread upon
!rhe minutes of Tulula Lodge No. 22,
that copies be sent to his immediate
relatives and furnished the newspa
pers. H. G. Shealy.
F. W. Ditto.
J. H. Benjamin.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE
The firm of Roberts & Spencer has
this day been dissolved, C V. Roberts
assuming all indebtedness of said firm
is and takinsr over all assets. The new
style of the firm will be C V. Roberts
& Company.
C. V. Roberts.
Barnard Spencer.
December 31, 1921. 2-l-3t-wed

Will Pool Their Interests and Com Combine
bine Combine Against Shorter Wages
And Longer Hours

(Associated Press)
Indianapolis, Feb. 1. The United
Mine Workers of America are willing
"unreservedly to pool their interests
with railroad organizations and stand
with them in resistance to the propos proposed
ed proposed attacks upon their wage schedules,"
John Lewis, international president of
the miners, declared in & statement
issued today. The statement was
made in connection with the announce announcement
ment announcement that invitations to participate in
a meeting with miners were sent offi officers
cers officers of sixteen major organizations of
railroad workers.
BURNING NA'XIONAL BISCUIT
Score of Firemen Overcame in Pitts Pittsburg
burg Pittsburg Today by the Smoke
Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Feb. 1. Nearly a score
of firemen were overcome by smoke
today, fifhting a blaze in the National
Biscuit Company's building in the
down town district. The loss is esti estimated
mated estimated at $100,000.
CONVENTIQN OF
SACRED COLLEGE
Rome, Feb. 1. (By the Associated
Press). The sacred college will con convene
vene convene tomorrow to elect a new pope.
The Italian, French and Spanish gov governments,
ernments, governments, which formerly claimed the
right of veto, have informed the holy
see semi-officially they have no desires
in the matter.
EARTHQUAKE DIDN'T AFFECT
THE PANAMA CANAL
Panama, Feb. 1 (Associated Press)
The canal was not affected by the
earthquake yesterday. The movement
was. not strong enough to be apparent
generally but was registered by the
seismograph as a prolonged tremor.
REARRANGING THE ATLANTIC
COAST LINE SCHEDULES
The Star has received from the
state railroad commission the follow following
ing following notice:
Whereas, the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad Company has filed with the
railroad commissioners of the state of
Florida an application to discontinue
its passenger trains Nos. 9 and 10,
operating between Jacksonville and
Leesburg; its passenger trains Nos.
140 and 141, operating between Chief Chief-land
land Chief-land and Ocala; its passenger trains
Nos. 32 and 35, operating between
Ocala and Lakeland, and to rearrange
its passenger service between Palatka
and Rochelle, to provide for one round
trip daily; therefore
Take notice that the railroad com
missioners of Florida will -be in ses session
sion session on Friday, Feb. 10th, 1922, at 10
o'clock a. m., in the circuit court room
of the county court house at Gaines
ville, Fla- to hear and consider
whether or not they ought to permit
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Company to discontinue said trains,
and also to hear, consider and deter determine
mine determine such other matters as may prop properly
erly properly arise in connection therewith.
IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
Talking dolls, barking dogs and
mooing cows have ceased to be a won wonder
der wonder in the toy line, but now comes to
Ocala something entirely new in the
animated inaminate. On the floor of
Mr. B. F. Condon's sales room yester yesterday
day yesterday and last night was a Wfllys Wfllys-Knight
Knight Wfllys-Knight touring car with a sign across
the front saying, "It speaks for it itself."
self." itself." This sign was indeed true.
When anybody walked in the door the
car began conversing with them, often
calling them by name and telling them
things about their very private af affairs.
fairs. affairs. The car is equipped with a
telephone and the man at the other
end of the wire, somewhere in the
back of the store, did the talking. All
wiring was concealed so that the car
appeared to be doing the talking un unassisted.
assisted. unassisted. This car is on its way to
the fair in Tampa and stopped in
Ocala for a day and night to let Mr.
Condon take advantage of this novel
piece of advertising.
Tire chains help some, but the men menace
ace menace of reckless driving wont be re removed
moved removed until there are ball-bearing
fv-in for the drivers.



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If Catts had only, held back a few
years, he could have "waded kneedeep
in snow" in Washington city without
telling an ananiasismf
'Once there was a syndicate para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs who wrote to a Florida editor,
asking why he could not sell jokes
about coal dealers to newspapers in
this state.
If we had faith in California justice,
we would think Tuesday's seismic
shocks were caused by Fatty Arbuckle
trembling about his anticipated sen
tence.
Wonder if they would give us- that
job of bathing suit inspector at St.
Petersburg. We don't believe any
mermaid would 'even commence to be
gin to attempt to vamp us.
l
It's no wonder the fellow who tries
to sell yoy oil stock is eloquent. Half
the money he talks you out of goes
into his own pocket. With him, "speech
is silver" sure enough.
Having waited for Weeks for an
answer to his Muscle Shoals offer, Mr.
Ford will now have to wait months on
Congress. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Premeditated or brainstorm
The great South Florida Fair at
Tampa opens tomorrow and will con
tinue until Saturday of next week. No
Marion county person who has the
time and money to attend can afford
to stay away.
Three newspapers on our exchange
list are using canned paragraphs for
editorials. We hope they will excuse
us for cutting out said paragraphs
and using them to sandwich between
our patent medicine ads.
The Massachusetts S. P. C. A. gave
a Christmas dinner to the workhorses
in its state. If Massachusetts work workhorses
horses workhorses had to depend on the S. P. C.
A. for dinners, they would get just
about one dinner a year.
We wish that Congressman Clark or
Senator Fletcher or Senator Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell would step around to the gov government
ernment government printing office and ask the
public printer why in Sam Hill he
took the Star off his exchange list.
Will McRae, Florida's commissioner
of agriculture, has sent the Star one
of those classy new maps of the state.
It has all the recently organized coun counties
ties counties and other improvements and
makes a handsome and useful part of
our office scenery.
If Boston has a few more bad dar darkies
kies darkies like Renzy Murray, she will kick
more vigorously than Charleston, S.
C, against the Dyer bill. Boston po police
lice police must be too ladylike. We can't
imagine any darkey desperado stand standing
ing standing off six Southern pops, let alone
sixty.
Elsewhere will be seen notice of the
meeting of the railroad commission in
Gainesville Feb. 10, to consider the ap application
plication application of the Atlantic Coast Line
to take off "Sunny Jim," the tri triweekly
weekly triweekly between Ocala. and Lakeland,
the Ocala, Gainesville and Chieflland
train, formerly called the Ocala-Wil-cox
train, which runs daily except
Sunday, and trains nine and ten,
which run daily between Leesburg and
Ocala. Citizens of Ocala are interest interested
ed interested in these trains and should send a
delegation to the hearing. In the
meantime, it would help if the Coast
Line would inform the people in ad advance
vance advance what sort of a schedule it pro proposes
poses proposes to give if these trains are dis-

continued. The" Star doesn't believe in

making a railroad run a train that
doesn't pay just to accommodate a
small proportion of the people along
its route. We are tolerably sure that
the Ocala-Chiefland train doesn't pay,
and will be totally unnecessary when
the Dixie Highway between here and
Gainesville is finished that is, it will
be unnecessary to Ocala and Marion
county. We are inclined to think
Sunny Jim would pay better as a six-
day train than a three-day a week
train, and as for trains nine and ten,
we are unable to pass any opinion on
them. Let Mr. McArthur inform Ocala
people what sort of a schedule he pro
poses to give them between this city
and Palatka, and they will be better
able to come to a conclusion.
The Ocala Star repudiates the Tele
gram's suggestion of the turkey as
the national bird because "turkeys are
arrant cowards. Male or female, they
won't fight for each other, their young
or even their own lives." Now that is
plain and out slander, and would be
actionable if Mr. Gobbler had any
standing in our courts. If Brother
Benjamin thinks the turkey won't
fight, just let him slip his rrize game gamecock
cock gamecock into the pen with the he-turkey
and his harem. Lakeland Telegram.
We never were quite poor enough to
own a gamecock, Harry; but any one
of those we never had could have run
the biggest gobbler you ever saw off
his legs. We have seen both Ma and
Pa Turkey fly and leave their helpless
chicks in danger, when under the same
circumstances an ornery barnyard hen
would be ruffling and scolding and
doing her best to defend her offspring.
If we are going to take the eagle off
our coat of arms, why not replace him
with the mockingbird. He is native
American, he is handsome, talented
and as brave as anything that flies,
without being cruel. Think it over,
Harry.
Mr. Jas. R. Brumby of Marietta,
Ga., Ocala's newly" elected city man
ager, was in town Monday, 1 looking
the field over. Mr. Brumby will ar arrive
rive arrive here, to assume the duties of his
office Feb. 15. He has been manager
at Marietta for several years, and is
now closing his third term there. He
is a civil and mechanical engineer and
has high recommendations. Now that
Mr. Brumby has been elected to the
office of city manager of Ocala, it is
the duty and will be to the interest
of our citizens to give him a fair
show. He is expected to improve con
ditions and save the taxpayers money,
He can't do this if selfish interests and
individuals are allowed to hamper his
work. Let the council and the people
see to it that he has a square deal.
Dead roaches and maggots in mash
to be distilled into shine. That was
just one instance in a still discovered
and confiscated by county officers last
week. Drinkers of shine are taking
awful chances these days and the
News hopes that this story will find
its way into every nook and corner of
the county and that the moral will de
crease the consumption and manufac
ture of "white mule." DeLand News
If a man's stomach can stand
"white mule," a little thing like a
dead roach or maggot won't trouble it,
In regard to that controversy about
the spelling of Muscle Shoals, we beg
to inform those who declare that the
first word of the title should be spelt
"mussel," after the shellfish, that it is
not only proper to spell the name of
the mollusk "muscle,", but that was
taken from the Latin "musculus." We
have seen an atlas published in 1870
which printed the name "Muscle
Shoals," and never saw it printed any
other way until a year or two ago,
when some people who didn't have
enough useful work to do tried to
change the spelling.
Because Fatty Arbuckle's chief
counsel had to make a trip to Reno,
where he was engaged in Mary Pick Pick-ford's
ford's Pick-ford's divorce trial, the wheels of jus justice
tice justice had to stop and. Fatty's trial was
postponed a few days. Justice is queer
these days. Orlando Reporter-Star.
No queerer than she always has
been.
The Star advises its readers not to
buy any oil stock, no matter who of offers
fers offers it. There is absolutely no paying
oil company that is selling its stock
either thru the- mails or traveling
salesmen. Oil has never been found in
Florida, and it is a geological improb improbability
ability improbability that it ever will be.
The "Highball Express" is the term
applied to the line of airships that
make regular trips between Miami
and Bimini. Only the rich can afford
the trip for the drinks. Clearwater
Sun.
It's the highball distress sometimes.
Waterloo, Belgium, is to change its
name. We had never heard of the
place but presume it is in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of a famous battleground of
history. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Waterloo was spoken of as quite a
battle up to 1914. It has since been
considered a one-day skirmish.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star February 1, 1902)
Misses Lena and Maxie Bullock,
who have been visiting their uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick of Brooksville, returned home this
afternoon.
H. L. Anderson is back from a visit
to New York.
The black delivery horse owned by
the Teapot Grocery ran away yester yesterday
day yesterday and smashed the wagon pretty
badly. Jim Gates, who was driving
the black beauty, escaped his vicious
kicks by taking a header out of the
rear of the wagon, sustaining an seri serious
ous serious injury to his hip.
Ben Freyermuth, superintendent of
the poor farm, was in Ocala today.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star February 1, 1912)
Mr. E. C. Smith has returned from
a business trip to Tampa.
Ray Bullock Jr. has a position with
the Southern Express Co.
Mrs. Flora McKay Morrison was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carmichael and
son .Weller, spent the wek at Orlando,
enjoying the Orange County Fair.
Mrs. John M Graham at her pretty
home on Fort King yesterday evening j
entertained a number of her young
friends in honor of her guest, Miss
Eugenia Burleson.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson entertained a
large number of her friends at a pro progressive
gressive progressive whist party at the golf links
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Charles
Rheinauer won the club prize and Miss
Josephine Bullock the visitor's prize, j
There was a package wrapping con
test in which Mrs. R. A. Burford was
thp winnpr.
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Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD ALU LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 con
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 8:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg -Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am "DuneVon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

II O M

GROWN
By FANNIE HURST
Ooprrifkt, ISM, fcy Tb WhMlM 8r4ioM, Im.
"Hear hear!" cried Mr. GTIly, nis
mouth turned upward in a crescent.
"Every back porch in 'our town is
used for the tw and sole purposes of
supportln wistaria vines and coolin
the famous pies that mother used to
make no vaudeville rural sketch is
complete without the cotton-back satin
finish wistaria vine or the papier
maehe tree stump, center left.
"No. we ain't got a swimmln' hole.
Miss Fink, the"
That's right ; keep it dark
" the river's rapid clear down as
far as Hamilton, but the Y. M. C. A.
put a swell tank up in their rooms on
High street ten-foot concrete basin
and water any temperature on the
thermometer."
"Oh, you Miami!"
"Come out on the lake with me,
Miss Fink, and I'll paddle you out to toward
ward toward the moon and tell you some more
about 'our town."
"Oh, Mr. Prokes, ain't you kind?
Here I was ready to go upstairs, read
the time-table and cry into my pil pillow."
low." pillow." "Come on.'i sister."
Forked lightning flashed from her
eyes.
"I don't care if I do."
Then through the lobby with little
Jumps like grace notes in their walk,
and the screen door of the veranda
slammed behind them. Next down
wooden stairs with their light feet
touching each alternate step; a brief
stretch of gravel walk, gloomy with
arching cedars, and finally before them
the diamond beach in the diamond
frhite moonlight.
"Oh-h-h r
"Some little nights we have out this
way, sister ain't they?"
"Look, the sand's all silver all sil silver."
ver." silver." "Yes, special process we have."
"And these are the canoes Malsle
ranted about say, ain't they cute?"
"How do you like that long one
there the shell with sides like a
greyhound she cuts the water like a
knife cuts butter."
"Oh, Mr. Prokes, I can't get in that
little thing it'll turn over."
"Not with me gimme your hand
there, sister easy easy no, in the
middle there ain't nothing to scream
about wait there ah !"
They slid out into the water like a
phantom shell that rides the lake
without even openfng the bosom of the
Mr. Prokes Dipped His Paddle and
Steered Straight for ths Yellow Path
of the Moon.
water with its keel; then Mr. Prokes
dipped his paddle and steered straight
for the yellow path of the moon.
The dip-dipping of the paddle, the
rustle of water against the delicate
sides of the canoe the string of vil village
lage village lights the yellow windows of
the hotel receding receding.
"Life ain't murh, after all. Miss
Fink, except water and air and light,
and plenty of thein, and the smell of
pine and a nibble on your line and
sunrise on wet tree-tops and God and
love in your heart ; a fireside or steam
radiator o' winter and a pretty girl
with moonlight caught in her bair for
August and the heated spell."
"You sound like the Salvation army
gone into musical comedy."
"Lay still there, sister a canoe's
like a nervous horse if you tickle its
ribs. Anyway, when you lay there
like that, you look like a calendar we
got hanging in the kitchen called
'Comfort in a Kitchenoff Folding
Canoe'."
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

sy, Air. Froteg
"Yes, sister."
"Ke-p your face that way a min minute,
ute, minute, with the light on the side there
like that say say, didn't you ever
buy goods from Benson & Sons
Ciaks and Suits East Broadway?"
He dipped his first uneven stroke

and regarded her v itb juis gray eyes i
frankly wide.
, "Say. sister, you ain't Anna Eva Fay
doing the Middle. West incog, are you?
I've bought misses' cloaks and ladies'
cloth skirts from Benson's since be before
fore before they moved up from East
Eleventh street. Paw before me bought
from old man Benson long before my
time, when they started up with two
sewing machines and a one-window
loft. The Red Trunk ain't been with without
out without a line of Benson's goods since I
can remember."
"I knew I'd seen you somewheres
your -face was as familiar to me as
my board bill."
"You ain't"
"No, but I used to be Benson's Is
the first firm I ever worked for I
started in when I was fourteen doin'
misses' models for him."
"Well, whatta you know To think
of my ever havin bought ulsters for
the Red Trunk ofTn you a little pink
and white flower like you sproutln' in
Benson's."
"You used to come in with the early
September buyers. I remember seein
you more'n once in the little back
salesroom, with old maa Benson offer offering
ing offering you a cigar every time you yanked
me to the daylight to see how green
the lot 27 black ulsters were."
"Andlook at you now. living like
a little lady vacation and all."
"1 may be a head lady at Rentley's
now, but take it from me, Mr. Prokes.
it's a long and crooked lane from
Benson's and six a week to four times
six and green velvet floors on the Ave Avenue."
nue." Avenue." "Rentley's is one of them dead
lookln places, ain't it? with no sin
out and no show windows or not h in'
except a butler with leather calves and
white bloomers and a ribbon rosette
on the side of his high hat for a door
display."
"Something like a morgue, yes. I
says to Maisle the other day, I says:
'From East Broadway to that part of
Fifth avenue where they quit sellin'
dresses and begin to sell gowns only
ain't so far if you cover it in your
limousine, but when you get there by
way of a three-year stopoff in a Sixth
avenue cloak department and a four four-year
year four-year side-track in a Thirty-fourth
street novelty shop, it's going some'."
Old-gold light lay on thein and
sparkled in the tiirj- crinkles of cur current
rent current they created; the ghostly sail of
a pleasure boat moved across 1 1 a -horizon;
a woman's voice, thin and
full of plaint, eanin from its direction
and died on the water as smoke dies
in air. The far-off hotel windows
blinked out one by one the moon was
directly above them, higher, whiter,
smaller.
"You and Gilly got the wrong Idea,
Miss Fink; rushing through life like
.vu do in subway trains don't give
you much time to see the scenery, does
it?"
"No. or to hear singin' voices over
the water."
"I can show you a story-and-a-half
cottage in Miami, with awnings to
keep the sun out and a back yard with
props under the trees to keep the fruit
from breaking the limbs, that would
make the swell velvet furniture in
your second-story front and running
water raise its nap for shame at tak taking
ing taking your money. Say, ain't that pretty?
I bet that's the little lady from Duluth
singing for the sailing party."
"Swell."
"Listen !"
Sweet and low, sweet and low.
Wind of the western sea;
Blow, blow, breezes blow.
Wind of the western sea.
"Come on, let's join in, Miss Fink."
"I don't know that."
"Gee, I was raised on that lullaby."
"I know a swell lullaby song. It's a
well trot, too."
When they play that rag-time lullaby lullaby-Lull
Lull lullaby-Lull a by-y-y
L,uH a by-y-y.
"Say, I could die trotting that."
"Lay still, there, sister."
"Ain't you tired paddling, Mr.
Irol:es?"
"Tired I've paddled twelve hours
tralght up the Miami, and not in such
j;ood company neither. At the last
convention at Bear Lake I paddled for
the Kansas City lodge cup, and won
it !"
"You're sore some big frog in these
puddles out here!"
He swung lightly about for the
liomeward cut. Through the mist of
ate evening the string of village lights
as without luster, like a giant lady's
necklace seen through the blur of her
iant tears.
"I I ain't much of a lady's man,
Miss Fink it's just like Gilly told
you ; but, gee, this has been great,
paddling you out here in the moon moonlight."
light." moonlight." "Say, I bet you're the champion lady lady-Uiller
Uiller lady-Uiller of Miami."
"I ain't called on a girl In six years,
that's how -much of a lady-killer I
am."
"That's what they all say."
"You can ask anybody in our town.
I ain't called on a irirl in six years or
i.fpt steady with u young iady since
used to stuak the horse ut and take
'..v..W Warts iuL",r riding when I was
-ev n.eeii and to ha ve known
...tier."
Phone 108 and get the best meat 1
and the quickest delivery service in j
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

IOU WlUi j.en x 1
cuffs on your trousers and your name
at the top of the Red Trunk stationery
say !"
"You got me wrong, sister."
"I can just see the girls in your
town begin to walk down High street
for their afternoon soda before you
.lot the wax ladies in your show win window
dow window and $16.50 serviceable suits un uncovered
covered uncovered for the day."
"That's where you got me wrong
again, little one. I'm a funny sort of
fellow, I am. After the old folks went
I just lived along in the place with
i'laek Mary same as ever."
"Honest 7'
' Sure enough helpln all the skirts
I went to school with fix it up with
the other fellow and stickin' pretty
close to the store myself. Lordy. sis sister.
ter. sister. I got more god-children than Solo Solomon
mon Solomon had wives."
"Look "over there, will you, Mr.
i'rokes? We're almost back again.
ay, wasn't that quick work?"
'Til show you some real paddling
the next time I bring you out here."
Land swam out to meet them.
Houses and church steeples and the
hotel resumed their shapes, and in
their nostrils the sudden and pungent
smell of pine needles.
"This was sure some ride, Mr.
Prokes. I kinda feel like we'd Just
paddled out of the world and left llv llv-in'
in' llv-in' behind us. Listen to her say, ain't
she some little warbler?"
"We ain't left livin' behind, a-talL
Miss Fink this here is the real klhd
of living, peace and well, just peace."
"Gee, ain't life funny!"
"For a little lady like you it ought
always to be as sweet as wistaria."
"It's a regular moving picture, ain't
It? one blooming thing after an another."
other." another." "We should worry !"
Two nights ago this time I was
sittin' under a gold leaf ceiling eat-

"Two Nights Ago This Time I Was
Sittin' Under a Gold Leaf Ceiling
Eating Italian Spaghetti and Listen Listening
ing Listening to a Hungarian Band Play the
'Broadway Glide."
ing Italian spaghetti and listening to
a Hungarian band play the 'Broad 'Broadway
way 'Broadway Glide.'
"I know the kind seventy-five cents
table d'hoty with a wine bottle of
red ink thrown in. Out in Miami
we wouldn't use it for dye If we
wanted to color the Miami pink."
"And look, tonight I'm out here In
a canoe with a man from a town that
sounds like a pjitent medicine, so
close to the stars I could kiss 'em and
floating through the middle of a night
that's got it all over the purple and
silver model I sold the day before I
left. Gawd, how Maisie grudged me
that sale !"
"And you're getting acquainted with
a sky over your head thaf you never
even saw before except between tall
buildings, when you looked up to de decide
cide decide if you was going to carry, an um umbrella."
brella." umbrella." "Sometimes when the Welsh-rabbit
ain't cooked enough or you've talked
your heart and soul out the day be before
fore before tryin' to sell a slx-hundred-dollar
Import to a New-Rich, who used to
sell 'em himself and knows the game
sometimes you get to floatin oft
like this, too, but then you begin to
fall over the edge of things and
wake up.
"Oh-h Be careful how you land,
Mr. Prokes."
"Easy there no hurry take your
time here now. your hand always
stand in the middle of a boat whoop whoop-la
la whoop-la so !"
(Continued Tomorrow)
C. V. Roberts Barney Spencer
Phone 305 Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalniers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla..
217 W. Broadway
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals m the city for 59 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street tf

Some Aspects of the
Farmers' Problems

By BERNARD
(Reprinted
m
Now that the farmers are stirring,
thinking, and uniting as never before
to eradicate these inequalities, they
are subjected to stern economic lec lectures,
tures, lectures, and axe met with the a ecus ties
that they are demanding, ant are the
recipients of, special privilege. Let
as see what privileges the government
has conferred on the farmers. Mac
has been made ef Section f ef the
Clayton Anti-Trust Act, which pur purported
ported purported to permit them to combine with
immunity, under certain conditions.
Admitting that, neadaally, this ex exemption
emption exemption was in the nature ef a special
privilege, though I think It was in
appearance rather than in fact, we
find that the courts nave nullified It
by Judicial interpretation. Why insula
net the fanners be permitted te ac accomplish
complish accomplish by co-operative methods what
other businesses are already doing by
co-operation In the form ef incorpora incorporation?
tion? incorporation? If it be proper for men te form,
by fusion of existing corporations or
otherwise, a corporation that controls
the entire production of a commodity,
or a large part of it, why is It net
proper for a group of fanners te vnlte
for the marketing ef their common
products, either In one or In several
selling agencies? Why should it be
right for a hundred thousand corporate
shareholders to direct 25 or 80 or 40
per cent of an industry, and wrong for
a hundred thousand co-opera tiv
farmers te control a no larger propor proportion
tion proportion of the wheat crop, or cotton, or
any other product?
The Department of Agriculture la
often spoken of as a special concession
to the farmers, but in Its commercial
results, It is of as much benefit te the
buyers and consumers of agricultural
products as to the producers, or even
more. I do not suppose that anyone
opposes the benefits that the farmers
derive from the educational and re research
search research work ef the department, or the
help that it gives them In working out
Improved cultural methods and prac practices,
tices, practices, in developing better yielding va varieties
rieties varieties through breeding and selection,
in introducing new varieties from re remote
mote remote parts of the world and adapting
them to our climate and economic con condition,
dition, condition, and in devising practical meas measures
ures measures for the elimination or control of
dangerous and destructive animal and
plant diseases. Insect pests, and the
like. All these things manifestly tend
to stimulate and enlarge production,
and their general beneficial effects are
obvious.
It is complained that, whereas the
law restricts Federal Reserve banks
to three months' time for commercial
paper, the farmer is allowed six
months on his notes. This Is not s
special privilege, but merely such a
recognition of business conditions as
makes It possible for country banks
to do business with country people.
The crop fanner has only one turn turn-ever
ever turn-ever a year, while the merchant and
manufacturer have many. Incidental Incidentally,
ly, Incidentally, I note that the Federal Reserve
Board has Just authorised the Fed Federal
eral Federal Reserve banks te discount export
paper for a period of six months, to
conform te the nature of the busi business.
ness. business. The Farm Loan banks are pointed
te as an instance ef special govern government
ment government favor for farmers. Are they not
rather the outcome of laudable efforts
te equalize rural and urban condi conditions?
tions? conditions? And about all the government
does there is to help set up an ad administrative
ministrative administrative organisation and lend a
Utile credit at the start. Eventually
the farmers will provide all the capi
tal and carry all the liabilities thess-
Plumbing & Electric Contractor
WILLIAM NEEDHAM
Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
block. 5-tf

LL BARUCH

Atlantic Monthly)
selves. It is true that Farm Loan
bonds are tax exempt; but so are
bonds of municipal light and traction
plants, and new housing is to be ex exempt
empt exempt from taxation, in New York, for
ten years."
- On the other hand, the farmer reads
of plans for municipal housing proj projects
ects projects that run Into the billions, of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of millions annually spent en
the merchant marine; he reads that
the railways are being favored with
Increased rates and virtual guaranties
of earnings by the government, with
the result to him of an 'ncreased tell
on all that he sells and all that he
buys. He hears of many manifesta manifestations
tions manifestations of governmental concern for par
ticular Industries and interests. Res Rescuing
cuing Rescuing the railways from insolvency is
undoubtedly for the benefit of the
country as a whole, but whst can be
of more general benefit than encour
agement of ample production of the
principal necessaries of life and their their-even
even their-even flow from contented producers to'
satisfied consumers? v
While It may be conceded that
special governmental aid may be nec necessary
essary necessary in the general Interest, we must
all agree that It Is difficult to see why
agriculture and the production and dis distribution
tribution distribution of farm products are not sc sc-corded
corded sc-corded the same opportunities thst are
provided for other businesses ; espe especially
cially especially as'the enjoyment by the farmer
of such opportunities would appear to
bo even more contributors' to the gen general
eral general good than In the case of othet
Industries. The spirit of American
democracy is unalterably opposed,
alike to enacted special privilege and
to the special privilege of unequal op
portunity that arises automatically
from the failure te eorroct glaring
economie inequalities. I am opposed
to the Inlection.Qf government into
business, but I do believe that it is an
essential function of democratic gov government
ernment government to equalize opportunity so
far as It Is within Its power to do so,
whether by the repeal of archaic
statutes or the enactment of modern
ones. If the anti-trust laws keep the
farmers from endeavoring scientifically
to Integrate their Industry while other
industries find a way to meet modern
conditions without violating such stat statutes,
utes, statutes, then it would seem reason sble
to find a way for the farmers to meet
them under the same conditions The
law should operate equally in fact. Re Repairing
pairing Repairing the economic structure on one
side. Is no injustice to the other side,
which is in good repair.
We have traveled a long way from
the old conception of government as
merely a defensive and policing agency ;
and regulative, corrective, or equalizing-legislation,
which apparently Is of
a special nature, Is often of the most
general beneficial consequences. Even
the First Congress passed a tariff act
that was avowedly for the protection
of manufacturers; but a protective
tariff always has been defended as s
means of promoting the general good
through s particular approach ; and
the statute books are filled with acts
for the benefit of shipping, commerce,
and labor.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY ft CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr. ....
Ocala. FU.
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
1Vfornl Bakerv. tf
UCUtiVUOt
Night Phone 515
Day Phone 47
When the Hour Glass of
Time Runs Its Course
Funeral directors are called to pre prepare
pare prepare and lay away our loved ones. In
the humble cottage and palatial home
alike, this duty should be performed
that the memory in the care of our
dead give unwavering confidence in
those we employ.
Motor Equipment, Prompt Service
Anywhere, Anytime
GEOJIACKAY & COMPANY
Funeral Directors
- G. B. Overton, Director
NAPH2 GRASS
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc For plans and
particulars sea P. W. Ditto. Ocala,
Fla. tf
Get, "Honey Boy" cakes for the
children. Most healthful cakes made.
v. . 1 1 I . n.A
rure noney is ine sweercxusg
Federal Bakery. 23-tf



OCA LA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY U ISM

DCALA DGCUBREI1GES

If you have any society Items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Mfis. Jean K- Austin of New Bed

ford, Mass., is in Jacksonvile, the

guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Alfred.

The many friends of Mrs. Austin, who

was formerly a resident of Ocala, will
be glad to know she will visit Ocala
soon.

Mr. A. E. Gerig is a business visitor
in Jacksonville today.

This is a Studebaker year. tf
You can always find a complete line
of sterling silver table cutlery at Sam
T. Wilson's jewelry store in the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall block. tf

Postmaster Rogers, we are glad to

say, after several days of indisposi
tion, is much better.

All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall

block. ii

Mrs. J. R. Preer and little son John,

who have been in Jacksonville for the

past ten days, have returned home.

Thursday only, we will sell large

bars Octagon Soap for 5 cents. U-

Serve Stores. 2t
&

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary to the American
Legion will be held tonight at the

armory at 8 o'clock.

Complete line of watches for every

body at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,

Harrington Hall block. 6-tf

Thursday only, we will sell large

bars Octagon Soap for 5 cents. U-

Serve Stores. 2t

Mr. John A. Hall, of the firm of

Hall & Tentland, auditors, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is in the city auditing the books

of the Ocala Iron Works.

Octagon Soap, large bars, 5 cents.

on Thursday only, at the U-Serve

Stores. 2t

Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala

Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf

This is a Studebaker year.'

Mrs. S. B. Ware has as her guest

Mrs. Albert Quarterman and Miss

Vera Trice of TiOuisville, Ky., who ar

rived in the city yesterday.

. Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala

Tire & Vulcanizing Company. tf

Octagon Soap, large bars, 5 cents.

on Thursday only, at the U-Serve
Stores. 2t

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

If youll try the popular Day Dream

extracts to be had only at the Court

Pharmacy, youll use no other. tf

Your wants in fresh meats and

groceries will be promptly attended to

if youll call phone 108. Main Street
Market. tf

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

Mr. Bertrand Ibbetson, a clever
young accountant from Jacksonville,
is in the city, and finding much work
for his well-trained mind and hands.

Free service car at the Ocala Tire
& Vulcanizing Company. tf

You can get the famous Day Dream
Cold Cream only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf

Fresh- meats and poultry. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf

Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehon, Mrs. De De-hon's
hon's De-hon's mother and sister, Mrs. Walters
and Miss Willie Walters, of Albany,
Ga., left this morning by auto for a
visit to relatives in. Tampa.

HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. tf

This is a Studebaker year. tf
i
Among the prominent visitors in the
city are Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mathews,
of Interlachen, who are stopping at
the Ocala House. Mr. Mathews is
operating exclusively in the lumber
and shingle business in Putnam
county.

Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

At the meeting of Tulula Lodge last

night, the Odd Fellows passed a vote

of thanks to two usefully fraternal

brethren who have renovated the walls

of the lodge room. They were Messrs.

F. W. Ditto, who provided the wall
paper and E. E. Converse, who had it

hung. Old Tulula's lodge room now
looks a right smart younger.

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phon 284. tf

Mr. Marcus Frank left for New
York Tuesday. Mr. Frank was on one
of his short business trips, looking
after his interests in Frank'st store
here. Although most of his time was

spent in making short trips to neigh

boring towns, his many friends here
are always glad to see him if only for

a short time..

Our repair work is guaranteed sat

isfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler, tf

Lives of great men all remind us we
can make our lives sublime, and by

getting in the headlines land in vaude
ville some time. 1

"Movie bugs" might be defined as

'revelling in-sex."

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office

phone 113 two rings; residence

phone. 151. tl

POSITIONS WANTED Three girls!

at the ThfHilociral Se.minarv ( known i

c j jm
as Emerson Home School) want JVJ

work. Phone or call at Fausett's
store on W. Broadway. Mrs. M. J.

Shaw, matron.

2-l-3t

LOST Navy blue boy's mackinaw,

with reddish dots. Was left on

fence on Sanchez- St. Return and
receive reward. Clifford Bullock.

30-3t

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Now on Display

FOR SALE Will sell four cottages in

Ocala at specially attractive prices
if sold at once; well located and in
good repair; rentals pay handsome handsomely
ly handsomely on investment. Will sell one or
all. Address P. O. Box 456, Tampa,
Fla. 30-6t

FOR SALE Fifty White Leghorn

hens and pullets, at a dollar apiece.
George Adams, Route A, Ocala.
phone 39M. 30-tf

WANTED Woman to do general

house work at once. Apply No. 230
Dougherty St., or Anthony road. 3t

WOOD All lengths oak or pine; for
cooksfbve, heater or fireplace. I
give you quick service. Phone 322.

Also pair of mules, new wagon and

harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N
Magnolia Stf Ocala. 3-lm

FOR RENT An exclusive furnished
apartment in Lynwood Park; five
rooms, electric lights, electric stove,
all modern improvements; garage.
Apply to Joe Bell or E. S. Ger Ger-nant.
nant. Ger-nant. 12-tf

FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Apply at No. 120 North
Sanchez street. 19-tf

ORANGES 1 per hundred; grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit 2 cents apiece; nice sorted
Porto Rico Yam potatoes $1.00 per
bushel; packed box of oranges or
grapefruit, $2.50. W. D. Cam. 23-tf

oiHc. 80 PER CENT OF ALL

Ti.O HEADACHES are

A

. fn

or

eyestrain

wv muscles.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

due
weak

nutntt?

What Are the Facts
About
Piggly Wiggly

Aninterestingdiscussion H
of the system of opera- 3
... i ?

uon, earnings ana com comment
ment comment on the outlook of
TRI-STATE
Piflflly Wiggly.
A local issue Analyzed.
Piggly Wiggly
Store
FOR OCALA
Local 'Representative
in Town
Call or Write for information
SECURITIES SALES COM COMPANY
PANY COMPANY OF FLORIDA
119 W Forsyth St. Phone 4476
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

THEAVERAGE public bath tub is
a nuisance and ought to give place to
Allen's private portable bath outfit.
Escape possible lurking disease
germs by using Allen's. Get Allen's
shampoo brush and shampoo yourself.
Phone 197. R. C. Loveridge Afent. 6t

The best and largest assortment of Ladies
Fine Novelty Footwear for Spring
ever shown in Ocafa
V
t
Newest Advanced Styles From the
Chicago Fashion Show
See the new Grecian Sandals, Cleopatra San Sandals,
dals, Sandals, Sally Sandals. Also new novelty
Patent Leather Sandals with grey
kid trimmings. Newest thing
out in ladies' footwear
Brown Suedes in pumps with two straps and
the new Junior Louis heels. All sizes
and widths from AAs to Cs

FOR SALE Violin cello, strung and
in excellent condition; good bow. An
unusual bargain at $25. Mrs. B. G.
Cole, 402 E. Fifth street. 24-tf
GUARANTEED EGGS We deliver
weekly to customers fresh eggs
guaranteed at the retail market
price. Why buy eggs of unknown
origin and uncertain age? A letter
or card will bring good ones. J. E.
Baxter, Route A, Ocala, Box. 73. 3t

AUTO TOPS We are prepared to
furnish high grade auto tops on
short notice and at reasonable
prices. Phone 258. Quick Service
Auto Top Co. (next to Dixie High Highway
way Highway Garage) West Broadway. 31-tf

Street and Theatrical Footwear

Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.

Y. M. B. o. n.

young women. Address Dr. Marvin
Smith's Sanitarium, Jacksonville,
Florida. 2-l-6t

WANTED Parties wishing to dispose
of unused return tickets to Chicago,
"communicate with "H. R.," care the
Star office. 31-3t

WANTED Young man wishes posi position;
tion; position; good bookkeeper and steno stenographer.
grapher. stenographer. Can furnish best of ref references
erences references and start work at once. Ad Address
dress Address "R" care Star office. 3l-6t

FOR RENT One floor unfurnished
on Oklawaha; close in; rent reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Phone 501Y. 31-6t
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment;
two bed rooms, dining room and
kitchen; bath room, hall and porch.
Apply to Mrs. R. Ragsdale, at 24
Ray street, or phone 530. 31-6t

Needham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252

WANTED Young ladies to take a
standard nurses training course.
They must have had four, years
high school work or its equivalent.
Good opportunity for ambitious

WANTED Good horse and wagon
, wanted. Write as to condition of
' wagon and age of horse. P. O. Box
504, Ocala. l-3t

With Ford headed for the Shoals,
would it be inappropriate to call him
Muscle bound?

In Joe Tumulty's autobiography,
now being published, Woodrow Wilson
is given honorable mention a number
of times.

r : 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 t t it : 1 1 1 1 : : i ; : i : : : 1 1 : 1 1 : : : 7 1 srs

E A 1
At Davidson's
Union Station Cafe

XX
8

All the patrons of the Harrington
Cafe are glad to see again R. L. Hop Hopkins,
kins, Hopkins, an efficient and accommodating
young man, who presided over the
lunch counter for several months last
year. Mr. Hopkins has been in Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. He will have charge of the
cafe at night.

Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. t$

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

FACT
Local Evidence
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact is what we want.
Opinion is not enough.
Opinions differ.
Here's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
V. Mrasek, tinner, 210 Osceola St.,
cays: "When living in Memphis, Tenn.,
number of years ago, I was suffer suffering
ing suffering with a bad back and weak kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. My kidneys acted too frequent frequently
ly frequently and the secretions appeared un unnatural.
natural. unnatural. My back grew more painful
eevry day and I could hardly do any
lifting or stooping. I felt weak and
depressed until someone advised me
to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I got a
box of this medicine and it helped me
in a few days and soon cured me en entirely
tirely entirely of this trouble."
Price 60c., at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills -he same that
Mr. Mrasek had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 8

8 Per Cent. Pre Preferred
ferred Preferred Stock
With Bonus of
Common
A Florida Corporation, en engaged
gaged engaged in an essential indus industry
try industry and the largest of its kind
in the United States, will sell
a limited amount of its eight
per cent cumulative pre preferred
ferred preferred shares, with a com common
mon common stock bonus, on a basis
to net the investor about 12
per cent. Increased volume

of business and contracts in XX H

hand demand additional cap capital
ital capital requirements. For fur further
ther further particulars address
XX, P. 0. Box 42S4
Jacksonville, florida

Best Dinner in Florida for H

75 Cents
OYSTERS
, Any Style

XX
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XX
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XX

I cigars' Cigarettes

Tobacco

PROMPT SERVICE

. .. -. . . VS )M.
I COTTON SEEP P0TAT0
I ALL KINDS. FIELD AND GARDEN SEED

FOR 1922 SEASON AT REDUCED PRICES
We will in a few days receive all kinds of Cotton Seed. We
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 orrly a limited quantity.
IRISH POTATO SEED Red Bliss, per 150-lb. sack, $6.90;
Spaulding Rose, $5.75; Irish Cobblers, $5.75.

OCALA EXCHANGE & HIDE CO.

Phone 400.

OCALA FLORIDA. Carmichael Block

Pasteurization Means
Protection
for the children and grown folks alike.
Our method is scientific. It kills the
harmful bacteria, and renders the milk
safe, but does not kill the flavor.
Ask for WISHMORE Ice Cream at
the Court Pharmacy and Troxler's.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO
Phone 94

8 SASH

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XX

DOOR
a

Geo. MacKay I Co.

4 SERVICE TRY
PHONE ,71
Simmons' GARAGE

Ocala, Fla.

HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
H

Free air and a man to put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Company. '"3-tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

If you're not eating FEDERAL
bread, try it once, and well stand by
your judgment. Federal Bakery. 23-tf

"Just like home made- eakea," is
what the housewife says about our
cakes. Federal Bakery. 23-tf

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