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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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FORECAST Cloudy tonight, probably local rasas in extreme south portion, cooler in extreme north portion tonight; Friday generally fair, cooler in north portion TEMPERATURES This morning. 64; this afternoon, 79.

VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1922
Sun rises tomorrow, 7:17; sets, 6:03.
NUMBER 28.
PLANNING TO GOPE
WITH THE STRIKE
STAliVEO TO DEATH PEOPLE WILL BE
MINE TRAGEDIES
ARE TOO
COIICLAVE OF THE jSHAUGHHESSY FAMILY
Of THE SOVIET
HIM TO PM
SACRED COLLEGE
Ill l n nn l TTPnrn

Attorney General Daugherty Prepar Preparing
ing Preparing for the Threatened
Walk Out

(Associated Pre)
Washington, Feb. 2. Plans of the
government to cope with the situation
which might arise in the event of a
strike of coal miners when the present
agreements expire at the end of next
month are being worked out by the
department of justice, is was indicat indicated
ed indicated today by Attorney Denertl Daugh Daugherty.
erty. Daugherty. He said he was watching condi conditions
tions conditions in the industry as they develop,
as well as the proposed junction of
railroad workers with the miners to
resist wage decreases, but stated he
was not yet ready to make known the
government's policy.
HARDING OBJECTS
President Harding objects to some
of the provisions of the allied debt
refunding bill as passed by the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, according to information under
stood to have been given today to
the House ways and means committee
and after the committee had conferred
today with Secretary Mellon, Chair Chairman
man Chairman Fordney said action would be de
ferred until he could consult with the
executive.
WESTERN UNION WILL
LAND ITS CABLE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 2Issuance by the
state department of a license to the
Western Union for landing of its Bar
badoes cable at Miami may be expect
ed within a few days, it was indicated
by officials of the department today.
FRANCE TO BE REPRESENTED
AT THE GENOA CONFERENCE
Paris, Feb. 2. (By the Associated
Press). France will be officially rep
resented at the international economy
and financial conference in Genoa
next month, it was announced today.
V
PROGRESSIVE INSTITUTION
FOR COLORED PUPILS
(Associated Press)
Daytona, Feb. 1. The Daytona
Normal and Industrial School for ne
gro girls now has 317 students enroll
ed and has been forced to refuse 200
others who have applied for entrance
because of lack of room, according to
, officials of the institution! The schoo
I possesses a hospital, sugar mill, park
" and farm.
Citizens of Daytona who recently
paid a formal visit to the school were
addressed by Bishop John A. Hurst,
of the African Methodist Episcopal
church, and were entertained with an
elaborate program prepared by the
students, concluding with supper
served by the domestic science class
Virtually everything on the tables
was produced on the school farm.
REDDICK
Reddick, Jan. 31. The sunshine is
quite a welcome visitor this week as
we hardly saw it last week.
Miss Jeanette Rou of Floral City
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Dupree,
Mrs. H. M. Sherouse was quite sick
, for several days last week, but we are
glad to say she is better at this writ
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bryce and their
two charming daughters, Misses Mary
and Edna, were the guests of Mrs
Mary Rou and family Sunday.
Rev. A. Bird of Washington, D. C,
gave an interesting address Sunday
afternoon at the Presbyterian church
Mr. Bird is working for the interest o:
a church for visitors that is to be or
is being built in Washington.
There were services at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church Sunday morning, with
preaching by the pastor.
ELECTRA
Electra, Jan. 31. Mr. and Mrs. T,
B. Griggs of Lynne spent Sunday aft-
. ernoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Mock.
Messrs. Archie Fort, Charles Mock
and Chase and Lawton Martin o:
Electra, motored to Oak Sunday
morning. The Messrs. Martin were
guests of Miss Johns and the Messrs.
Fort were guests of Misses Pearl and
Sidney Thompson.
Rev. McCulson will fill his regular
appointment at Harmony church Sun
day morning and evening, at the usual
hour. Everybody is invited.

opulstiosi of Russia Lfas by Eight Eighteen
een Eighteen Million Than it was Half
a Dozen Years Ago

(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 2. A decrease of
about 18,000,000 m the population of
soviet Russia, as compared with pre
war estimated, is reported by the bol
shevik press, according to a state
ment issued today by the commerce
department.
STATISTICAL ABSTRACT OF
THE UNITED STATES
Shows that Higher Temperature Pre
vails North than in Florida
During Summer
Florida as a summer resort or the
nation is beginning to attract more
and more attention every year. The
old idea that Florida summers are un
bearable is being rapidly dispelled.
The Palatka chamber of commerce has
just furnished the Marion County
Board of Trade with most interesting
data with reference to the summer
weather in the United States. Says
the Palatka chamber:
"The 'Statistical Abstract of the
United States published by the de
partment of commerce, shows that the
UnitedStates government maintains
sixty-nine weather bureaus in forty
states whereat higher temperatures
are recorded in twenty-six states than
in Florida, and that twenty of these
twenty-six states are situated in the
northern half of the United States;
two of ten stations having had a max maximum
imum maximum temperature lower than 100 de degrees
grees degrees are situated in Florida, and only
one of the remaining fifty-nine sta
tions with a maximum temperature in
its history, higher than 100 degrees is
ocated in Florida."
LYNCHING IN MISSISSIPPI
(Associated Press)
Jackson, Miss., Feb. 2. The lynch
ing of a negro east of Crystal Springs
was revealed today when the body of
Will Thrasher was found hanging
from a tree. A note attached to the
tree said the negro had been identified
as the one who attempted an attack
on a white school teacher at Fairplay
yesterday.
GOING BY GASOLINE
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Feb. 1. The Seaboard Air
Line Railway has placed a gasoline
propelled passenger car on the run
from Tampa to Lake Wales, making it
possible to eliminate one regular pas
senger train. Express handled on the
train for which the gasoline car was
substituted is forwarded by a later
train.
THEY WILL STEAL
THE GROVE NEXT
(Associated Press)
Coocanut Grove, Feb. 1. The local
police department is minus its official
motorcycle and side car, some uniden
tified person having stolen it from in
front of Chief Williams' home late
Saturday sight.
OKLAWAHA
Oklawaha, Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Diebert of Ridgley, Md., are
guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Herr.
Mrs. J. W. Haines of Lakeland,
spent the week with Mrs. W. H
Brown.
Mrs. J. ri. rail and infant son,
James Malcolm, of Eustis, are visit
ing Mrs. Fail's mother, Mrs. J. J.
Smith.
The many friends of Mr. R. J.
Evans, who has been critically ill, will
be glad to know that he is improving,
Mr. W. A. Harrell returned home
Saturday after having spent the past
few weeks in Winter Haven.
Miss Edna Blair spent last week
very pleasantly in Ocala, the guest of
Miss Dorothy Spencer.
Miss MOiue unaiKer oi jsustis is
visiting her brother and family, Mr.
John Chalker.
Miss Lillian Milligan, our efficient
school teacher, spent the week-end at
her home in Anthony. .
Mr. T. J. Heery and party, who
motored down from .Hopeville, Ga.,
have returned after having spend the
week fishing in Lake Weir.
The many friends of Miss Agnes
Marshall will be glad to know she is
out again after a recent illness.

Some More Taxes in Order to Furnish
a Bonus for Our Deserving Ex Ex-Soldiers
Soldiers Ex-Soldiers and Sailors

(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 2. The soldiers'
bonus should be paid out of special
taxes, such as increased first and sec second
ond second class postage and tobacco levies,
Secretary Mellon declared today be before
fore before the House ways and means com committee.
mittee. committee. Mr. Mellon reiterated bis be belief
lief belief it would be impracticable to de depend
pend depend on the foreign debt for financing
the proposed five-way adjusted com compensation
pensation compensation plan, because the revenue
from that source is problematical.
SPECIAL TAXES MUST BE
LEVIED
The special taxes mentioned by Mr.
Mellon were a one-cent increase in
first class postage, increased second
class postage; an increased cigarette
tax of 50 cents per thousand; an in increased
creased increased tobacco tax of two cents per
pound; increased documentary stamp
taxes; a tax of two cents on each
bank check; a license tax of 50 cents
per horsepower on automobiles. The
total estimated return from these
taxes is $300,000,000.
DOESNT FAVOR IT
Secretary Mellon did not recom recommend
mend recommend any of the taxes suggested.
PIGGLY WIGGLY" WILL
HAVE A STORE IN OCALA
Fame of Memphis Beine Spread
Throughout Florida by Establish Establishment
ment Establishment of Chain of Piggly Wiggly
Stores in Many Florida Cities By
The Tri-State Piggly Wiggly Co.
LOCAL FLORIDA AND GEORGIA
ENTERPRISE
What's in a name? Piggly Wiggly
came to town' in Orlando, Miami,
Jacksonville and Tampa to demon
strate there is money in a name.
She is not yet registered in Ocala
but the Florida and Georgia bankers
and business men who organized the
Tri-State Pieely Wierely ComDanv
state that with a little co-operation of
Ocala families it will be possible to
open a store shortly. Piggly Wiggly
was born in Memphis in 1915, the
child of much business today.
Today marks a new era in the groc
ery business with "Piggly Wiggly's"
debut all over the nation. Get your
pocketbooks ready, ladies, she is go going
ing going to save your money every day.
We speak of "she" because the work
will be for the women more spend
ing money for your allowance. Does
not this mean good business? One is
forced to believe Mr.; Saunders, who
originated "Piggly Wiggly," that he
had some advice of some smart wom woman
an woman to so understand the means of
reaching a great end.
Just to think of two men serving
from 500 to 4000 people a day. And
how is it done, please?
When you go through the drill the
way will be simple. Every purchaser
becomes his or her own clerk. They
pass through a turnstile and each is
loaned a basket. The shelves are ar arranged
ranged arranged and only standard, nationally
standard brands, of goods are placed
in order. Why, what has seemed so
intricate at first is now so simple
and satisfactory. You take what you
want, place it in your basket and the
clerk sums the total on an adding ma machine,
chine, machine, places your purchases in a
sack for your convenience and returns
the basket to its place for the next
shopper, while you leave the cash in
his charge.
Saving three cents on a pound of
coffee does not seem worth while, but
on three pounds you have nine cents,
and then three cents on most every everything
thing everything you need each day will certainly
figure to your advantage. The groc grocery
ery grocery supply is complete.
The Tri-State Piggly Wiggly Com Company
pany Company will put in a store in Ocala as
soon as capital is raised by local co cooperation
operation cooperation to about one-half of the
amount needed to operate a store. The
growth of this chain of unique self self-service
service self-service stores has been exceedingly
rapid, they having spread over the
entire country in the last few years
until now there are over 650 Piggly
Wigglys, Memphis, Tenn., along hav having
ing having 37 stores.
New York plans to make Manhattan
Island six miles longer by filling in
New York bay with the empty bot bottles,
tles, bottles, presumably.

Nine Killed and Over a Score En Entombed
tombed Entombed by Explosion at Gates,
Pa-, this Morning

(Associated Press)
Gates, Pa., Feb. 2. Five miners
were killed and twenty-two entombed
by an explosion in the Gates mine of
theH. C. Frick Coke Company here
today.
TRYING TO SAVE THE IMPRIS-
ONED MEN
It later developed that seven men
were known to have been killed.
Trained rescue crews from all parts
of the Connellsville field are working
in relays trying to reach the shut-in
men.
FEARED ALL ARE DEAD
Two more bodies were brought to
the surface this afternoon, making
the total of nine known dead. Twenty
men, it was stated, are still in the
mine and the opinion was expressed
that all of them are dead.
SOMETHING SUBSTANTIAL
IN THE RIGHT NAME
"What's in a name?" There's ten
dollars in it for the fortunate one who
gives the ice cream made by the
Marion County Creamery Company a
suitable name. Read the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere in today's paper, then
get on your thinking cap and try for
the ten-spot. It's a game that all can
play, so come in. Every school in
Marion county should be represented
in the list of suggested names, as the
creamery is a county-wide institution,
owned and operated by capital fur furnished
nished furnished right here in our own county.
The giving of the product a real
catchy name should interest every-
one. et s go.
BONONI FOUND HIS
JOB TOO STRENUOUS
Rome, Feb. 2. (By the Associated
Press). The Italian government of
Premier Bononi has decided to re resign,
sign, resign, the semi-official Stefani agency
announces.
Premier Bononi announced the res resignation
ignation resignation of his cabinet this morning.
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, Jan. 31. There will be
services at the Baptist church Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. Homer Howard of the Univer University
sity University of Florida, spent the week-end
with Messrs. Landis and Loonisl
Blitch.
Mrs. F. E. Fant entertained at din dinner
ner dinner Friday, honoring her mother, Mrs.
Dollie Blitch, Friday being the birth birthday
day birthday of Mrs. Blitch.
Miss Elsie Coulter left Monday for
her home at Nocatee, after spending
several months here. Her many friends
will miss her.
The friends of Mr. J. T. Burgess
were very much surprised to learn of
his marriage Saturday to Mrs. John Johnson
son Johnson of Ocala. We wish them much
happiness.
Mr. Arthur McKay, who attends
school in Ocala, spent the week-end at
home.
Miss Lillian Blitch asked a number
of her friends to her home Friday
night, to help her celebrate her six
teenth birthday. Miss Geneva Mc Mc-Cully
Cully Mc-Cully made the highest score, secur securing
ing securing first prize, and to Miss Ruth
George went the consolation prize.
After enjoying various games and
contests the guests were invited to
the dining room, where cake and
punch were served. After the birth birthday
day birthday cake was cut, it was found that
Mr. Willard Steel cut the ring, Mr.
Landis Blitch the button and Mr. Au Aubrey
brey Aubrey Brooks "the thimble. Those pres present
ent present were Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch,
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prine, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Fant, Mrs. Minnie Ham Ham-mons
mons Ham-mons and Mrs. Dollie Blitch, Misses
Lois and Lillian Blitch, Rowena Ham-
mons, Elsie Coulter, Leone Brooks,
Julia McKay, Eleanor Buffiington,
Geneva McCully, Ruth George, Lydia
Coulter, Lucretia Pickett, Margaret
Atkinson and Effie Sherwood, Messrs.
Landis, Loonis, Fenton and Roland
Blitch, Leslie Prisoc, Willard Steel,
Arthur McKay, Deward Priest, Au Aubrey
brey Aubrey Brooks, Ralph George, Arch
Fant, Jimmie Rawls, Vernon Neil and
Heth Pickett.
Misses Maudie Fant, Inez Peterson
and Leola Belle Stone and Mr. Landon
Peterson of Morriston and Miss Home
of Cedar Keys, were Saturday callers.

Which is to Choose Pope Benedict's
Sucessor is in Session
Today

Rome, Feb. 2. (By the Associated
Press). The conclave of the secred
college which is .to choose a successor
to Pope Benedict began its sittings
today. Fifty-two cardinals in Rome
went into seclusion last night and
when the doors of the Vatican were
closed they were cut off from commu
nication with the outside world until
their task is done. Balloting is not
expected to consume more than two
days.
WATCHING THEIR SMOKE
Crowds gathered today in St. Pe Peters
ters Peters square to watch for the telltale
smoke wreath from the chimney of
the Sistine Chapel wher the concalve
sits. A ballot is taken on the morn morning
ing morning and evening of each day the con
clave is in session and these smoke
puffs are the only indication to watch watchers
ers watchers as to the progress made. When
no election is effected a small amount
of straw is burned with the voting
papers, causing the smoke to assume
a dark color. When a choice is finally
made the ballots, burning alone, emit
a thin wisp of light smoke.
LEGION MEETING
The legion meeting of Wednesday
night, Feb. 1st, was another one full
of pep and argument. You buddies
who are missing these meetings are
not getting the benefit of your mem membership
bership membership in the legion. Some very im
portant measures were brought be before
fore before Wednesday's meeting. Adjutant
Van Osten told of some very heated
correspondence he has had with the
veterans' bureau in trying to com
pensation for Cribbs, one of our dis disabled
abled disabled buddies. Several communica communications
tions communications and bulletins were read for the
benefit of those whom they might
concern and then the real issueof the
meeting took the floor 1 with a vim.
The delegates to the state convention
in Palm Beach in March were elected.
The ballot was cast and the six high highest
est highest men were to be the three dele delegates
gates delegates and the three alternates in
order as they received votes. Messrs,
Neighbour, Moremen and M. C. Izlar
were elected delegates, with Messrs.
Van Osten, Anderson and Futch as
alternates. Then the house began
discussing the various questions that
it was thought likely would come be before
fore before the Palm Beach convention, so
that the delegates might get some
idea of what Marion County Post No.
27 wants. All went smoothly along
the lines of finance and compensation
for the disabled buddies, but when
Tom Watson and the bonus were men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, argument reigned supreme.
The general opinion of those present
seemed to be that Tom Watson should
be condemned, and our delegates
know that they can vote, for any res resolution
olution resolution condemning him. Then the
question of a state bonus came up and
the discussion was so hot that it al almost
most almost set fire to the house. The final
result was that Mr. M. C. Izlar resign resigned
ed resigned as a delegate because he refused
to be pledged to vote for a state
bonus and he felt that the post want wanted
ed wanted him to vote for it. R. L. Van Osten
was automatically moved up to the
position of delegate and Mr. Edward
Drake became an alternate. The best
auxiliary in the state of Florida serv served
ed served sandwiches and coffee to the boys
during a short recess.
FOOLPROOF JEWELRY
(Associated Press)
Belleair, Feb. 2. A guest at the
Belleview hotel here recently told the
clerk at the desk she wished to deposit
her jewelry in the safe. An hour
later she brought down the package
with her name and home address upon
it. Finding the clerk busy, she laid
the package down in front of him
without noticing it was not the same
clerk she had spoken to before. When
he was disengaged, he picked up the
package and seeing a Buffalo, N. Y.,
address on the package, put eight
cents in stamps upon it and mailed it.
Upon its arrival in Buffalo no one an answering
swering answering the bell, the postman left the
package on the porch. Three days
(later it was found, and returned to
J Belleair, the finder knowing the lady
.had gone there. Upon its arrival at
i the hotel it was placed in her box
I with her other maiL Hert astonish astonish-I
I astonish-I ment may be imagined when she open-
jed it and found some ?60g000, worth
! of jewelry intact. ,. .-"'

The Father is Dead and Mother And
Daughter Were Badly Injured 'In
Crash of Knickerbocker
Theater

(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 2. Edward H.
Shaughnessy, of Chicago, second as
sistant postmaster geenraL died today
of injuries received in the Knicker Knickerbocker
bocker Knickerbocker theater disaster Saturday
night. Although his injuries were
known to be of a critical nature, his
condition had shown improvement, up
to yesterday and his death was unex
pected.'
Mr. Shaughnessy's wife and ten-year-old
daughter, both of whom are
recovering from injuries received in
the disaster, had not been informed of
his death early today. The daughter
has both arms broken, and Mrs.
Shaughnessy suffered a fractured rib
and shock.
The death of Mr. Shaughnessy
brings the fatality list of the disaster,
as recorded by the police, up to ninety-
eight.
BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU s
BUY YOUR STAMPS
For the First Time in Twenty-Seven
Years a Counterfeit is On
The Market
.New York, Feb. 2. (By Associated
Press). Counterfeits of two-cent
postage stamps Jiave appeared for the
first time since 1895. It is engraved,
the first on record. Two spurious is issues
sues issues twenty-seven years ago were
typographed.
FOOTBALL STAR IS ALSO
A LOCOMOTIVE FIREMAN.
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Feb. 2. It is a far cry
uvui me justy cneers- ox an aomirxng
throng of spectators at --a- -football-game
to th task of "making smoke"
for a grease besmeared engineer but
Carl "Tootie" Perry, star lineman and
captain of the University of Florida
football eleven during the season just
closed, is nring a locomotive on an
Atlantic Coast Line passenger run be between
tween between Jacksonville and Leesburg.
Perry had fired severaf years during
the summer months and had obtained
leave of absence from his duties at the
university. His fourth year as a player
ended with the football season last
fall, however, and he left school short shortly
ly shortly before Christmas to return to work
permanently.
and one of the most widely known of
the younger Coast Line engineers in
Florida is Perry's engine mate and
between the two of them they have
almost abolished the English langu language,
age, language, according to members of the train
crew.
"98-16-42-10!" shouts Hogan, as the
train moves slowly out of a siding.
Perry looks back to see if the flagman
has climbed aboard.
"42-37-4-23!" replies "Tootie" and
Hogan settles down on his seatbox
for the run to the next station, leaving
Perry to do all the heavy work with
his coal scoop.
Hogan declared that "Tootie" is as
good a fireman as he was a football
player and tvat the training the hefty
former lineman received as a member
of the Florida eleven makes it easy
for him to bale ten or twelve tons of
coal into the firebox on a day's run.
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, Jan. 31. We are cer certainly
tainly certainly having some weather. At this
writing there is a fine mist falling,
and it is almost cold enough to sleet.
The truck growers of this, vicinity
held a meeting last Friday afternoon
at Emathla for the purpose of -deciding
what to plant and when we will
begin to plant so we can ship in car
load lots, as the buyers prefer to buy
in car lots rather than in local ship
ments.
Mr. W. L. Mills of Winter Garden,
came up last Thursday and brought
his sister, Miss Eva Mills, who has
been visiting in Winter Garden for
the past two weeks.
There will be preaching at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship church, next Sunday morning by
Rev. Turner of South Florida. All
are cordially invited to atte&d.
Miss Winnif red McCully returned
home Monday from a three weeks
visit to her sisters, Mrs. N. A. Nobles
and Mrs. N. H. Lanier, of Morriston.



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says a similar operation was perform- his best man and the four ushers, Mr. ?fj
ed on a habitual criminal. There must E. L. Anderson Jr., Mr. George Loon-

be something radically wrong with ey, Mr. C. C. Bennett and Mr. Robert

the state of Washington. MacKay, each with a pair of Pullman

slippers, enclosed in a compact leather
The new dollar is being shown by a case.

favored few who cot hold of one. The Immediately on leavinsr the church

coin has been withdrawn for it won't Mr. and Mrs. Harriss left in their car j

stack and the face of the girl looks for a trip down the East Coast. They i&

ike she was saying M Want it delivered were showered with rice and a few JA

or sent home?" and the eagle wears white ribbons were attached to their -a?

trousers and you have to study the car. They were the recipients of the lYl

coin to see whether it is a dollar or usual felicitations. Mrs. Harriss has i Yt

an advertising medal and a few other ; been a visitor in Ocala, coming here j 2yt

objections.-r-Eustis Lake Region. j from Oxford, Maine, her home. She i JOJ

The only one of these objections we is a young lady of culture and her at-

see any sense in is the one that the tractive personality has already won

dollar won't stack. If somebody will ; for her a wide circle of friends, and

give us an armfull of the said dollars,! it is with the greatest pleasure that

we will guarantee to stack them, if Ocaia will welcome the young couple
we have to build a miniature silo as residents. Mr. Albert Harriss, the

around them. j only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Har-

jriss, one of Ocala's most prominent
i families, has already won for himself

! j in the business world a place as one

Un Wednesday atternoon, brace oi ucaia s most -upto-date and ener-

Episcopal church was the scene of ajgetic young business men.
fashionable wedding, one of the pret-i It is with the heartiest good will
tiest that was ever solemnized in and sincere wishes that the many
Ocala, when Miss Mary Isabelle Par-(friends of the couple extend their fe

lt sounds familiar to hear that we

are going to have a coal, strike
April.

in

Mary used to have a little lamb, but

now about the best she can do is to

buy a mutton chop.

Pittsburgh has bought two machine
guns and mounted them on autoes,

intending to chase bandits with them.

We don't care a darn how high
women, wear their skirts, but we do
hate to see them teeter around on high

heels.

It's the Star's opinion that the
eight-hour day will never enable any

human being to win name, fame nor

wealth.

Some democratic papers think per perhaps
haps perhaps President Harding will veto the
Dyer bill. Next thing they know they
will be thinking a preacher won't eat

chicken.

If America is to be represented at

the Genoa conference, it sfteuld not be

by George Harvey, who is probably

the most untactful Yankee who ever

went abroad.

ine tivic league or xjeiieview is

preparing to have a big chicken pie

supper at that place tonight. If you

want a good supper, don't fail to go to
BeMeview and have it with the Civic

League- at its club house.

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HARRISS-PARROTT

Governor Cox says the democratic

party is coming back. His critics add

'not under your leadership, though.

Jacksonville Metropolis.
Poor Jimmy he didn't lead; he was
pushed. Even Moses couldn't have led
the democratic party out of the wilder wilderness
ness wilderness in 1920.

Gainesville Sun thinks that Amer America,
ica, America, having invited other nations to the
arms conference in Washington, is by
common' courtesy bound to join the
conference at Genoa. Well, we don't
know. America was rather particu particular
lar particular who she sent invitations to. Le Le-nine
nine Le-nine and Trotzky, Germany and Tur Turkey,
key, Turkey, were not on America's list.

Among the sufferers in the Knicker Knickerbocker
bocker Knickerbocker theater disaster in Washington
was Caroline Upshaw, daughter of
Congressman Upshaw, "Earnest Wil Willie,"
lie," Willie," well known in Ocala. Miss Up Upshaw
shaw Upshaw had a leg broken and had to
have it amputated. Her father's num numerous
erous numerous friends here will sympathize
with him and her in this affliction.

America will not support European
militarism, it has been decided. But
we presume America will continue to
support Europe. Times-Union.

The T.-U. should calculate better

than that. There are over four hun

dred million people in Europe, and if
America had to support them we

would all starve.

If this personal stuff was a regular
stunt, we could see the rays of a win winter's
ter's winter's sun gleaming on a gun barrel at

daybreak without any clairvoyant

powers to aid us. St. Petersburg

Times.

If we ever see the rays of the sun

gleaming on a gun barrel at daybreak,
it will be our own gun, lined on some
tactless individual who tries to wake
us up at that unholy hour.

In the state of Washington, which a
few years ago was the paradise of
poor people with big families, a man
with a wife and five children stole

rott became the bride of Mr. Albert

Owens Harriss.

The church was beautifully decorat

ed with southern smilax. In the main

body of the church it was used over

the arches of all the windows, and the
chancel which lends itself admirably
to decoration was a bower of the same

glossy leafed vine. The fronts and
sides of the choir stalls had been cov-

erad in white and over this a network

of asparagus fern formed a dainty
green tracery. The rude screen and
arch at the entrance to the chancel

were likewise wound with fern and
from the center of the arch hung a

big white wedding bell. Bigiink car carnations
nations carnations were used exclusively as the
flowers for decoration. On the altar.

the pulpit, lectern and litany desk
stood vases filled with these flowers
and on either side of the arch large

clusters of these flowers were used.

The glossy, dark leaves, of smilax
against the white of the altar hang hangings,
ings, hangings, the delicate pink of the flowers,
made a beautiful background for the
wedding party, the tall lighted tapers

on the altar shedding a soft glow over

all.
Miss Byrd Wartmann, organist of
Grace church, played a preliminary
program which consisted of the fol following
lowing following numbers: The "Wedding Song,"
(Widor); the "Wedding Song," (Le (Le-Maire);
Maire); (Le-Maire); a "Gavotte," in style Louis
IV traditional; the "Bride's Song" and
"Twilight," (Arthur Foote).
As the appointed hour of four drew
near the strains of the ever beautiful
Lohengrin wedding march pealed
forth, to which the wedding party en entered
tered entered the church.
"The matron of honor, Mrs. Edmund
Martin, sister of the bridegroom, came
first. Mrs. Martin, who is one of out

prettiest young matrons, looked un

usually well in a costume of white

crepe de chene, heavily embroidered in

white. With this she wore a large

white taffeta hat with accessories to

match, and carried an arm bouquet of

pink Killarney roses.
After the matron of honor the bride
entered with her mother, Mrs. J. E.
Parrott, by whom she was given away.
The bride, who is a pretty and petite
brunette, was charming in a suit of

navy blue poiret twill, the coat of
which was heavily embroidered in self

colored silk, with which she wore a

tan georgette blouse embroidered in

vari-colored silk in Persian design.

Her hat was of tan silk, the top and

crown being smocked, the under brim

being of navy blue straw, the hat
banded in navy blue ribbon. With this
costume was worn gloves and hose of

tan with shoes of tan and black patent
leather. The bride wore a corsage
bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of
the valley. The only jewels worn was

a platinum and sapphire pin, the gift

of the groom.

Mrs. Parrott, mother of the bride,

was handsomely costumed in an after

noon gown of midnight blue Canton
crepe, her hat being of midnight blue

silk, a modified tricone in shape, trim

med with pheasant's breasts.

They were met at the chancel steps

by the bridegroom, Mr. Albert Owens

Harris, who was attended by his best

man, Mr. Edmund Martin. Rev. J. J

Neighbour, rector of Grace Episcopal

church, read the solemn marriage
service of the church, after which the
wedding party left the church while
the oreanist played Mendelssohn's

wedding march.

, Mrs. W. W. Harriss, mother of the

groom, was gowned in cream geor

gette, embroidered in jade green and

trimmed in jade silk. With this cos

tume she wore a picture hat of black

Mrs. Annie Waldo Van- Deman, aunt
of the groom, wore black satin,
combined with black georgette crepe,
with which she wore a black picture

licitations for their future happiness
and prosperity.

LUNCHEON FOR BRIDAL PARTY

At 12:30 yesterday' noon the bridal
party in the Harriss-Parrott wedding
were entertained at a beautifully ap appointed
pointed appointed luncheon. The suburban home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss was
the scene of this pretty post-nuptial
affair. The wedding party met at
Grace Episcopal church at 11:30 for
rehearsal, after which the entire party
went to the Harriss home, where a de delicious
licious delicious five-course luncheon was serv served.
ed. served. The long living room was beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully decorated, southern smilax and as asparagus
paragus asparagus fern being used for the win windows,
dows, windows, mantle, pictures, etc. Pink car carnations
nations carnations were used in quantities in

vases and bowls throughout the room.
Luncheon was served in this room on
tthree card tables. These were cover covered
ed covered with exquisite linen luncheon
cloths. The place cards were quite ap appropriate,
propriate, appropriate, being miniature brides and

bridegrooms. In the center of each
table was a bud vase containing four

carnations.

The color scheme in the dining room,
where luncheon was also served, was
in yellow. Yellow bignonia was used
in quantities and effectively as the
decorating flower and on the table tall
yellow candles in silver candlesticks
gave a pretty soft light. The place
cards and appointments in this room
were similar to those in the living
room.
The wedding party, guests at the
Harriss home and members Of the im immediate
mediate immediate families were the only guests
at this beautifully appointed luncheon.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star, February 2, 1902)

A fierce blizzard is raging in cen

tral New York. The mercury is below
zero, the snow is four feet deep and

railroad traffic is blocked.

Wrill Moore, superintendent of the

gas company, was robbed last night
while he slept. The thieves drove up

to the Allred hotel, where Mr. Moore

has rooms, and entered his bed room

and dispoiled him of his gold watch,

revolver and 7.70.

Saturday a jolly party consisting of

Misses Iola and Johnnie Liddon, chap

eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Lid

don, went to Silver Springs, chartered

the steamer Helen and went down the
run to spend the day with the Gibsons

and Howards at Grahamville.

J. F. Edwards yesterday purchased

from Crawford and Davis the cele
brated pacer, Black Diamond.

Messrs. Buford Leitner and L. L.

Priest came in today and inspected

the Star's linotype.

P.obert Sinclair, who recently left
Ocala, ha the responsible position in
New Orleans with a jewelry importing

house which his brother, Ernest, for formerly
merly formerly held with such satisfaction to
his employes. Ernest las been trans transferred
ferred transferred to an important point in Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, where he is manager for the com

pany's house.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star, February 2, 1912)

Governor Gilchrist has appointed J

C. Liming, of Leesburg, commissioner

of agriculture to fill out the unexpired

term of Mr. McLin.
The Star regrets to hear of the
death of Mr. William E. Nix of Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. Postmaster Haney, of Burbank, was
a guest of the Ocala House last night.
Miss Marguerite Porter, who has
been sick for several days, is able to
be out again.
Miss Lucille Moore went to ) Mica-

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Mr. Marcus Frank has returned

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Mr. Chas. E. Thomas, who has been

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Anthony Special Tax School District
No. 35 of Marion County, Florida,
Petitioner, vs. the State of Florida,
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To the Tax Payers and Citizens of An Anthony
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No. 35, of Marion County, Florida:
You are hereby notified that on the
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Special Tax School District No. 35, of
Marion county. Florida, filed a petition
in the circuit court of the fifth judicial
circuit of Florida, in and for Marion
county, in chancery, against the state
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Vill, maturing as follows:
$5000.00 of said bonds to be due
and payable ten years from their
date, and
$5000.00 of said bonds to be due
and payable twenty years from
their date,
both principal and interest of said
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tion Instruction of said county may designate at
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13th day of February, 1922,
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SEABOARD A III LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
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1:66 pm Jacksonville 1:60 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville S:60 pm
Tampa-
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1:60 pm Tampa-liana tee 1:35 pm
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Leave Arrive
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1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
1:30 pm Homosasaa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
' Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES

HO ME
GROWN

By FANNIE HURST
owtu. urn, krTfc wmim srMi, im.
Oh-h. I
"Nonsense look, you stepped out
as neat as a sardine front his can."
"It's been a swell ride, Mr. Prokes."
"What about tomorrow night. Miss
Fink paddlin you is the best fun I've
had at this convention."
"Tomorrow Ain't that a shame now
Mr. GlHy's off duty at four and hp's
going to row me over to a little Island.
But say-r can beback by ten If. It
alul too late for you."
"Sure It ain't. Td wait later than
that to paddle sweet little girl like
you."
"Good!"
"There's going to be a swell dance
a week from tomorrow night. Miss
Fink lnstallln 'the new grand mas master
ter master and the closin of the convention.
I ain't much on dancin' and It's a long
way off, but I'd kinda like to know
you're going with me."
"Sure."
"Great! This way, sister; we'll take
the long road through the pines."
"Gee. ain't it black in there and
quiet?".
She closed ber hand over his rough
coat sleeve with the primitive gesture
of a child.
"You ain't scared when you're with
me, are you, little sister?"
"Scared nothinV
She linked her arm in his and her
laughter scuttled back over the water.
The magenta light of declining day
laj on the- water and reddened it as
If monsters were spilling gore in a sub sub-aquatic
aquatic sub-aquatic battle. A low, far-away sun
that bad lost much of its heat and no
longer dazzled the eyes, slipped, as
If a most delicately contrived windings
was letting It down cog by cog into the
horizon. For a second It rested on
the surface of the water, then dipped,
broke the circle" and dropped gradually
down into Its tomorrow.
Miss Fink clicked down her pink
parasol and shifted her position on
the sand. Her feet were curled under
her like a shah's.
"Say, wouldn't a model tunic gown
draped in hot-leoklag pink chiffon, the
same color as that camel-shaped cloud
out there, be swell?"
"Neat little sky, ain't it? I know a
fellow mage a fortune out of an idea
like that Al Levy ; he's the fellow put
out the Sunset Sextette Girls that was
such a scream la four-a-day vaudeville
last year. I knew him when he was
sellin' tickets in front of the Rlalto in
the old scalper days."
"All aboard for Sunset Land tra,
la la la f ra la la."
"Sure, that's the act! I know all
them little girls like they was my sis sisters.
ters. sisters. I remember Daisy de Vere when
she was carrying a tin spear In the
fourth row of a fifth company of the
Gaiety Girls. Daisy always knew
when ber show came in off the road
that she could get a dollar room and
off me and. pay me when her luck
turned. Them was the good old days
at the Kialto house good old days."
A theme, of retrospection, subsid subsidiary,
iary, subsidiary, but insistent as a if ft hand
thease marching beneath the trill of
treble arpegjrios, crep(t into Mr. Gllly's
voice; he burrowed an equally retro retrospective
spective retrospective forttfinger knuckle deep Into
the sand, drew it out and peered into
the little well.
"Them was good eld days I never
ought to have left Broadway for the
resorts nohow gettln back Is like a
character -man tryra'to convince a
manager he can' play juvenile. But
say, klddo, If youll wear a muzzle
about It, m whisper" something in your
ear."
"Sure."
"It looks Mkera going to land be behind
hind behind the counter ef"thnew MePuee MePuee-ters
ters MePuee-ters when If opens next menth!"
"Oh! the- new thirty-story one on
Thirty-second street t"
"Rlfht-bbt; My friend" Itell's man managing
aging managing It aad hi promised the counter
to me before- the plana were even
dry!"
"Say, but that's some job!"
"I ain't sure yet, but I'll know any
day now. I may run down to Chicago
to see him when he comes West next
week and if I land It. Birdie-birdie,
LelJeve me. III Invite you out to the
swell est little supper between here
and Forty-second street. How'd you
like to see me behind a alabaster,
gilt-edged counter, eh, klddo?"
"Not so bad !"
"I'm just holding my breath wish wish-lag
lag wish-lag it on myself forty a week and
three shlfta! Say, it's so easy a politi politician
cian politician would trade with me."
T know just how you feel. I had
my eyes glued to the Avenue and 'Im 'Imported
ported 'Imported Gowns Only three whole
years before I ever sold anything
above a twenty-nlne-ftfty ready-to-wear."
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The gray light of dusk suddenly eri- j
veloped them; the lake was glassy- j
tiifd like a cistern, and behind them j
a darkening tanirle of woods full of the
Twilight gibberish of birds. ;
n. forty a week On forty a j
vek I could ride in a taxi with my j
.ack to the iiit-ter; I could buy a plot
on Fifth avenue for a truck garden;
I I could even get married, Birdie." j
"Or bur an underground balloon." j
They laugled in soft, furry voices,

that had unconsciously taken on the
n,uiHno of dusk.
MLM.k over tl.ere. Gilly the hotel's
;-egiunii.- to light up."
"What I think of that dump!"
"i bet risrht now the whole Bison
convention is ringing for more tow towels
els towels and shaving water, and every
man's wife of 'em is unpacking the
tray of her trunk and shaking -the
small town sweet lavender and crinkles
out of a rnade-in-the-house summer
silk that would get a laugh out of a
clown off duty."
' I notice you're pretty strong for the
small towns yourself. Morning Glory.
I ain't heard nothing more about that
eipht-forty-five flyer since you and
Miami went out to the moon last
mgltf."
"Quit your kiddin'."
"Go to it. sis he's the prize Bison
of the wboit- herd, with a bank ac account
count account 1 could wish on myself don't
let straw In his hair and ashes down
his vest front scare you off. Oh, you
Red Trunk !"
"Aw, you !"
"Likes you pretty well, don't he,
Queenie? He watched us paddle off
like he'd give a half interest in his
Miami bank stock to be in my place."
"Yes he would not !" sung In a
voice to deny her negation.
Mr. Gilly dusted his hands of sand
particles, rolled over luxuriously on
his side, climbed to his feet and
stretched wide his arms like a sun god
standing at the edge of a day. He was
a white flannel epic in sartorial art,
an heroic expression of trousers
creased to the knife edge and wide wide-cuffed
cuffed wide-cuffed to reveal, yet conceal, white white-clocked
clocked white-clocked hose, so sleazy that the knob
of his ankles strained thinner the silk.
A white silk shirt fluted in front and
bloused to a correct negligee snapped
in the breeze, and with It all the
carefully careless hair, the unimpor unimportant
tant unimportant features and the too large horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe scarf-pin that distinguishes the
sophomore from the scholar, the weevil
from the worker, the gent from the
gentleman.
"Stay where you are. Birdie, and FU
hike down to the ennoe for the basket.
We'll spread the eats on the sand and
build a bonfire till the moon comes up.
We're going to have some little feast
real cut-ups we are wouldn't they
give us the laugh at home?"
He bounded down the slope of beach
lightly, the spray of kicked-up sand
shooting from under his white canvas
shoes.
They dined like two gnomes, with
the fire dancing in their eyes and ever
their hair and down their backs and
their own shadows, curiously elongated
and stretched on the sand beside them,
full of mystery and absurd with the
mimicry of their own gyrations.
"Have a pickle, Birdie-birdie"
"Don't care if I do."
"Are you happy, girlie?"
"Well, I guess."
"S'more cakes?"
"Nope."
"Whatta you think of our party, sis sister
ter sister real gay, ain't we?"
"Some party."
"You're the kind of girlie I'd like to
take to a real lobster supper. Gee,
the swell little parties I've had at
They Dined Like Two Gnomes, With
the Fire Dancing in Their Eyes.
Churches 's nice little congenial
crowd that's me all over" nice little
crowd like that and I can hug the day daylights
lights daylights out of myself for joy !"
"Churchey's is one little dream of a
place they got the swellest dance
floor In town !"
"Don't I know it!"
"But oh, I don't know, but since
since I been out here, with the pine
air that kind of bites into your lungs,
and the moon so close you can taste It
to see if it's a Camembert or Gorgon Gorgon-zola,
zola, Gorgon-zola, I I ain't so keen on rushing
through life on subway trains."
(Continued Tomorrow)
Our repair work is guaranteed sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Sam T. Wilson, jeweler, tf

DR. WEIGLE

THE METHODIST REVIVAL
Interest in the revival at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church is growing. Each service
is more interesting and the audiences
are larger each time. Friday night
will be "Faiii.ry Night." The music
by the large chorus, led by Prof. Cur Curry,
ry, Curry, and the duets by Prof. Curry and
Dr. Weigle, have charmed the people..'
Dr. Weigle preached last night from
Romans 6:23, "For the wages of sin
is death." His sermon in part was as
follows:
In the first seven chapters of Rom Romans,
ans, Romans, Paul is dealing largely with the
question of sin. in his first chapter
he tells us of God's attitude toward
sin; in the second chapter he tells us
that God will not excuse sin; in the
third chapter we are told there is no
difference, all have sinned; in the
fourth chapter he informs us of the
way of salvation from sin; in the fifth
chapter of the atonement for sin made
by Jesus Christ; in the sixth he warns
against allowing sin to use our mem members
bers members as instruments of unrighteous unrighteousness,
ness, unrighteousness, and the words of my text are the
climax of all and warn of the penalty
we must suffer if we persist in a life
of sin and fail to repent.
The sin message is needed today to
awaken the public conscience. Every Everywhere
where Everywhere we go sin is seen in all its
forms. Men have always treated sin
too lightly. "Fools make a mock of
sin." They are fools to do this be because
cause because sin leads to death. Thefore, we
dare not use soft words in dealing
with sin. As long as sin continues to
work death as it does now we must
use strong words in referring to it. It
would be murderous for a doctor to
carelessly call a case of smallpox a
light attack of chickenpox.
All sin has its origin in the human
heart. It has no existence apart from
living men and women. An agent for
the Standard Oil Co. in a western
state told me that they advertised va various
rious various kinds of oil such a Sunlight oil,
Electric Light oil and Radium oil, all
at different prices, but they all came
out of the same tank. There are va various
rious various brands of sin but they all come
out of the same tank called the human
heart. There may be a million differ different
ent different brands of cussedness but they all
come out of the heart of man. Some
of them may be called little sins, but
in God's sight they have the same
quality as the big sins. All sin is re rebellion
bellion rebellion against God and leads to
death. God hates sin so much that he
will chase you to the boundaries of
creation if you dare to come to judg judgment
ment judgment an impenitent soul. One drop
of poison is as certain to destroy life
as a cupfull. A hatpin jabbed into
the heart will kill as positively as the
plunge of a butcherknif e. The bite of
sin is like the bite of a mad dog it
results in moral hydrophobia later on.
The wages of sin is death.
Sin can be classified under three
heads: gross sins, respectable sins
and the sin of neglect. There are some
sins that are so black the man or
woman who may be guilty of them is
looked upon as a moral leper. Such
sins as dishonesty, adultery or murder
will not only prove fatal socially but
will land many a person in prison or
on the gallows. Some may be able to
conceal their crimes and so escape the
penalty of violated laws, but the sins
brand them just the same and sooner
or later they must suffer them.
Hear me! There are sins in this
town that are terrible! There are sins
in people's lives they don't want
known. There are sins that have de destroyed
stroyed destroyed your rest. If the public knew
all that was going on it would be
shocked. There are sins that will
blast your home; that will cripple
your influence for good; and that will
'damn your soul except you repent.
1 As a rule men do not plunge into

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gross and desperate sin at one bound.
They lean toward sin before they leap
into sin. Just as a bridge is weakened
by the continued washing around the
foundation of the pier so character is
gradual but certain in submission to
sin's sway in the life until finally the
step is taken that results in disgrace
and ruin. The seed of one of those
giant trees in California is no larger
than a mustard seed, yet see what it
grows. Sin begins small like a mus
tard seed but develops- until it con
trols the entire man to his ruin. Sin
is like a leprosy that poisons the
blood and gradually brings on death.
I tell you that sin is a cheat and a
liar. It promises you a good time but
damns you at last. If you could see
the finish of your sin you would stop
and break with it at once, the horror
or it would be so terrible. The wages
of sin is death. It is death to hope,
death to peace, and death to the best
things for time and eternity.
Your, sin will destroy your will. An
old Chinaman laying up on his bunk
in an opium joint, puffing away at his
pipe was asked how he liked the stuff.
He replied: "I got to like it; I been
smoking for forty years." His sin had
mastered him and he was helpless in
its grip. There are a million fools
in hell who at one time boasted they
could change their habits when they
chose. And there is another million
or more who are heading that way,
walking by the light of the same
torch.
Robert Louis Stevenson in a most
striking and forcible manner has told
of the operation of this law in the
moral world and the peril of persist persisting
ing persisting in those things that are contrary
to the best interests of the soul. In
his story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
he pictures the gradual development
and power of evil in the individual
life. You remember that Dr. Jekyll
was a kind and respected physician
who discovered a remarkable drug
that had the power to change him, to
a mean and cruel individual known as
Mr. Hyde. For weeks he would be Dr.
Jekyll, tender and loving and kind to
everybody. Then, after taking the
drug, he would take on the character
of Mr. Hyde, cruel and murderous.
As Mr. Hyde, a child ran against
him on the street and he felled her to
the ground with one blow. One night
an old man with white hair politely
asked him to show him the way to a
certain place and Mr. Hyde flew in a
rage and knocked him down with his
cane, and then with apelike fury leap leaped
ed leaped on his prostrate form and like a
fiend crushed his bones. Everybody
loved Dr. Jekyll, while everybody
',pectable sinner You can rake in
turned away from Mr. Hyde with
loathing and disgust.
Time went by and the transforma transformation
tion transformation was made again and again by the
aid of the drug. By and by, Dr. Jekyll
noticed it became easier and easier to
change himself from his good self
into his evil self, from the good doc doctor
tor doctor to the wicked Mr. Hyde, and at the
same time it was getting harder to
change himself back to Dr. Jekyll.
Finally he would become Mr. Hyde
without even the use of the drug. He
went to bed as Dr. Jekyll and woke
up as Mr. Hyde. He sat down on a
bench in the park and suddenly he
had changed to Mr. Hyde.
Then one day he shut himself in his
room and try as he would he could
not transform himself again to, the
good side of his nature. His servants
heard a strange voice in his room,
whining and crying. Friends were
called in to see what was the trouble
and he locked the door. They battered
down the door and there on the floor
they found Dr. Jekyll dying as the
wicked Mr. Hyde. He had taken poi poison
son poison when he found it impossible to

overcome the evil nature that had got gotten
ten gotten the better of him.
There is another form of sin known
as respectable sin. It is so common
that it does not shock anybody. You
may be a respectable sinner and yet
carry no social stigma. Respectable
si -z is the sin that is tolerated by re respectable
spectable respectable society and does not have
the door shut in its face. The respec respectable
table respectable sinner never shocks or startles
reople; he or she never outrages the
feelings or society, or breaks its un unwritten
written unwritten laws.
God however uses scathing langu language
age language when he speaks of the respec respectable
table respectable sinners. Jesus Christ fairly
blistered such in his day and unmerci unmercifully
fully unmercifully held them us to scorn. He was
severe on respectable sin because of
its -deadening influence on the conv
science. When a man can do things
without shocking the society in which
he lives he takes it for granted he is
all right. When he detects no sign of
disapproval he thinks all is well, and
so he is perfectly satisfied with him himself,
self, himself, and yet he is on the way to per perdition
dition perdition as surely as the murderer or
the thief who have not repented.
What is the slanderer but a respec respectable
table respectable sinner? You can use your tongue
and ruin a reputation and blast life
and yet not lose your place in the
church or society. What is the
gambler on the stock market but a re respectable
spectable respectable sinner? You can rake in
your shekels playing the game in the
bucket shop or on the floor of the ex exchange
change exchange and still be a member of the
exclusive clubs and pass the plate in
church. v
The smug hypocrite belongs to this
class. When a bad man pretends to
be a saint he is the worst type of man
for he steals the livery of heaven to
serve the devil in. He puts a fair
glove on a foul hand. A hyocrite will
meet you with a smile and smite you
with a club.
The most common form of sin is the
sin of neglect. It leads to death just
as certain as the gross or respectable
sin. The great unanswerable question
of the Bible is: "How shall we escape
if we neglect so great a salvation?"
If a man neglects the grace of God in
any form he does it at his peril. There
is a law running through all nature,

material, mental and moral and it is
this, "to misuse or to disuse is to lose
any faculty that God in his goodness
has made over to us."
You know that if ypu neglect your
garden it will run to weeds and waste.
It is a fact that cultivated strawber strawberries
ries strawberries if left alone for some years will
become small like wild ones. It is the
same with your physical body, neglect
t-APiilln in lnao TV... awa wia... In
India who made a vow in the name of
religion never to lift their hands from
their sides for so many years and now
their arms are withered and helpless.
A monk took a vow he would not
ppeak for fifty years and at the end
of that time when he tried to speak
he had no voice. Darwin tells us he
science and when fifty years ef age
he discovered his love for music was
gone as a result of that neglect. v
. Hear me nowl You can persist in
a life of sin until your moral and
spiritual faculties are dead. The light
may still shine but you are unable to
see it. Truth still knocks but you
cannot hear it. Virtue beckons but
you are blind to her signals.
.Without being notoriously wicked,
without being a foul libertine or a
confirmed thief you have murdered
every opportunity that came your way
to help you become a Christian. You
have had thousands of opportunities
but have neglected them all until now
it is almost impossible for you to re respond
spond respond to God. You have been drifting
toward a place where even God cannot
save you and are almost a dead souL
How canrsyou escape if you neglect
God's salvation?
Neglect is the prime minister of the
bottomless pit, the arch fiend of all
the ages. Neglect is the sin that un unleashed
leashed unleashed the f angled hounds of con conscience
science conscience in the ashes of perdition to
sting and burn the souls of those
who are lost forever. Neglect is the
sin an eternal wail of woe and despair
from the lost to echo and re-echo
along the desolate shores of that lurid
lake "whose burnings never cease. Neg Neglect
lect Neglect is the sin that lands a soul in that
land of midnight darkness where no
light ever enters and no star of hope
ever shines.
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DOOR
Geo. Hay Co,
Ocala, Fla.
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HIGH GRADE PAINT
EAT TAT THE MAXINE
Best meals m the city for 69 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for 7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main Street, tf



OCAU EVfLN'lNG f AH, Tttu&SDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1922

OCAU OCCOiEIICES

Spring has slipped blithesomely in
and is sitting in the lap of winter.
If yon have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. C. R. Peabody of Sanford is in
town today.

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

NEW "OCA LA AUTO PLATES

A shipment of new auto name
plates "OCALA" has arrived and
may be secured at the Board of Trade
rooms, or from Maston O'Neal at the
O'Neal & Holly garage. 2-3t

The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com
pany sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Griggs of Lynne
were in town yesterday.

All jewelry repair work is done by
expert workmen at Sam T. Wilson's
jewelry store in the Harrington Hall
block. 5-tf

Get "Honey Boy" cakes for the
children. Most healthful cakes made.
Pure honey is the sweetening used.
Federal Bakery. 23-tf

Phone 108 and get the best meat
and the quickest delivery service in
town. Main Street Market. 4-tf

It was with a decided shock that the
news of the sudden death of Mrs.
Suarez, of Tampa, was received yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Suarez was a

sister of Mrs. N. R. Dehon of this

city. Mr. and Mrs. Dehon, Mrs. Wal

ters and Miss Willie Walters left yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning for Orlando, where
they expected to meet Mrs. Suarez.
Mrs. Suarez left Tampa yesterday
morning and somewhere on the road
between Tampa and Orlando there
was an accident to the car in which
she was riding, Mrs. Suarez being
killed. No further particulars have
been heard. Miss Sarah Dehon left
this morning, accompanied by her
uncle, Mr. Eugene Walters, who is
visiting in Ocala. They went to Or Orlando
lando Orlando by car with Mr. Philip Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, who was on his way to Tampa.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

POSITIONS WANTED Three girls
at the Theological Seminary (known
as Emerson Home School) want
work. Phone or call at Fausett's
store on W. Broadway. Mrs. M. J.
Shaw, matron. 2-l-3t

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

ly 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

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mrs. B. F. Borden went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday for a short stay.

Take your watch and jewelry re repair
pair repair work to Sam T. Wilson, jeweler,
Harrington Hal block. 5-tf

Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. tf

Dr. H. F. Watt returned yesterday
from a brief business visit in Jacksonville.

Mr. Hansel Leavengood arrived
yesterday from a three weeks vaca vacation
tion vacation spent in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The Star office certainly has missed
Hansel while he has been away, but
we are glad to had such a fine time
on his well earned vacation.

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

cookstove, heater or fireplace.

give you quick service. Phone 322.
Also pair of mules, new wagon and
harness for sale. E. Bomolini, N.

Magnolia St., Ocala. 3-lm

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Complete line of watches for every everybody
body everybody at Sam T. Wilson's jewelry store,
Harrington Hall block. 5-tf

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

Capt. George Young passed thru
Ocala yesterday en route from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Inverness.

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

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mr. and Mrs! Hazel Wood of Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., have taken an apartment
with Miss Rena Smith for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter season.

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
Those handsome and artistic calen calendars
dars calendars of Pillans & Smith's are fine
enough to frame and keep. After
strenuous efforts, we secured one yesterday.

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

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

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Proctor and
family, who have been living on
Broadway, have moved into the cot cottage
tage cottage on the corner of Second and Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez street, formerly occupied by Dr.
and Mrs. Richardson.

Guaranteed vulcanizing 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

Mr. Charles Goddard, a former
Ocalan, arrived in the city yesterday.
It has been several years since Mr.
Goddard was here and his numerous
friends are giving him a cordial welcome.

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

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

The Ocala Seed & Supply Company,
corner Broadway and Osceola, has put
its stock in attractive shape and open opened
ed opened its doors for business. Mr. W. F.
Mims, a hustling young man from
Rome, Ga., is here to help Mr. Bow Bow-den
den Bow-den with the store.

Rev. and Mrs. Harrison Black and
little daughter, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. George Martin, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Oldsmar, where Rev. Black
will fill his recent appointment to the
Methodist church in that place. Pre Previous
vious Previous to this they have been making
their home in Lawtey.

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-

nant. 12-tf

FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Apply at No. 120 North

Sanchez street. 19-tf

THE AVERAGE puhlic hath 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 Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-tf

If you'll try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, you'll use no other. tf

The Whittington & Phillips Com

pany has arranged to open another of

its U-Serve grocery stores in a day

or two at the location formerly oc

cupied by the Costello grocery on

West Broadway. Mr. WTiittington in

forms the Star that still another will
be opened in another section of the
city shortly, making a total of five
operated by the company.

"Just like home made cakes," is
what the housewife says about our

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

way Garage) West Broadway. 31-tf

cakes. Federal Bakery.

23-tf

The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am American
erican American Legion met last night at the.

armory. Alter tne regular routine

business was transacted, there was
the special business of electing dele delegates
gates delegates to the West Palm Beach conven convention.
tion. convention. Mrs. J. W. Dumas, vice presi president
dent president of the auxiliary, and Mrs. J. J.
Neighbour, auditor of the auxiliary,

were chosen to represent the auxiliary

at the convention, March 15-17. After

the regular meeting, the ladies served
the legionaires a canteen luncheon of
sandwiches, coffee and candy.

Indiana has three hundred poets.
The unemployment situation is worse
than we thought.

The prediction, by a Frenchman,
that a great American statesman will
die t this year is something for Tom
Watson not to worry about.

Signs of life on the moon, says a
scientist. The increased demand for
moonshine has livened up a lot of dead
communities.

NAPIER GRASS

Plant now and have abundance of

high value green feed for dairy cows,

pigs, chickens, etc. For plans and
psrticulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. tf

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

tion; good bookkeeper and steno
grapher. Can furnish best of ref
erences and start work at once. Ad

dress "R" care Star office. 31-6t

FOR RENT One floor unfurnished

on Oklawaha; close in; rent reason

able. 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 2
Ray street, or phone 530. 31-6t

WANTED To employ a woman to do
light office work, handle telephone

and do such other service at the
Marion County Creamery. Apply
to F. W. Ditto. 2-2-3t

DISSOLUTION NOTICE

The firm of Roberts & Spencer has
this day been dissolved, C. V. Roberts
assuming all indebtedness of said firm
and taking over all assets. The new
style of the firm will be C. V. Roberts
& Gompany.
January 31, 1922.
C. V. Roberts.
Barnard Spencer. 2-3tthurs

aiHt. 80 PER CENT OF ALL

HEADACHES

to

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

are due
or weak

Nccdham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing

We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252

FOR SALE Eight per cent notes for
$1200, part of purchase money; se secured
cured secured by mortgage and two good
endorsers; fire insurance payable
to mortgagee. If you want to buy,
address Box 444, Ocala, Fla. 2-6t
FOR SALE At once, two 20 x 30
griddles, two gasoline burners un under
der under each; frankfurter and hqt. roll
steamer; coffee urn, large juice
bowls; one 8 x 12 sleeping top, and
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tasted it, and because it is so good the creamery wants to make sure that the public will be able to order it easily

and be assured of getting what is ordered. The creamery wants a.namefor its ice cream.
For the best name for its ice cream the Marion County Creamery Company will award a prize of $10. Any Anyone
one Anyone is eligible to enter the contest except the officers of the company and. judges. There is no limit to the num number
ber number of names an individual may submit. The $10 will be awarded for the name that is judged best by the
judges. Of course, the name must be attractive, easily remembered and indicative of the high quality of the ice
cream. Lists of names submitted should be mailed to the Contest Department, Marion County Creamery Com Company,
pany, Company, Ocala, Florida. The list should be signed wtih a fictitious name, and your real name should be enclosed in
a sealed envelope marked with your fictitious name and enclosed, in the envelope in which you mail your list. Do
not put your real name on outside of envelope. To insure return in case of loss, simply put your street ad address
dress address or postoffice box number on outside of envelope. The contest will close at noon, Wednesday, February 15
and only those lists of names that are in the hands of the Contest Department by that hour and date will be
considered. If further information is wanted in regard to the contest address H. L. Shearer, Secretary Box
109, Ocala, Florida.

HARVEY CLARK,
LOUIS H. CHAZAL,
MRS. C. R. TYDINGS SR.,
MRS. J. W. DUMAS, Judges.

Marion County Creamery Company
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Biggest, Best and Cleanest Cut Show on the Road, Featuring

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The Boy Who Has Made Millions Laugh
-PEOPLE 25 NINE PIECE ORCHESTRA

At the $10,000 TENT THEATRE BEAUTIFUL
Monday Night, A Four Act Play Entitled
"MOTH E R"
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS
Good Singing Good Dancing Good Music Funny Comedians
Doors Open 7:30 Show Starts at 8 Under the Big Tent

Admission 25c and 40c K:

Reserved Seats 20c Sfft

CUT OUT THIS COUPON
This ticket will admit one Lady free
when accompanied with one paid ad admission
mission admission Monday night.

Ladies Free Monday Night

other restaurant supplies; also one
game cock and two white rabbits.
Inquire E. Marohl, at the show
grounds. 2-2-lt

WANTED Young ladies to take a

standard nurses training x course.
They must have had four years
high school work or its equivalent.
Good opportunity for ambitious
young women. Address Dr. Marvin
Smith's Sanitarium, Jacksonville,
Florida. 2-l-6t

WANTED Good horse and wagon
wanted. Write as to condition of
wagon and age of horse. P. O. Box
504, Ocala. l-3t

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Considering that we're legally dry,
it's truly remarkable how hard liquor
isn't to get.

Plnmbing & Electric Contractor

WILLIAM NEEDHAM

Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work

Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange

Wc Ship Our Ice Cream
anywhere within 100 miles of our fac factory.
tory. factory. We guarantee it to arrive in
first class condition and to stay so
without further icing for a reasonably
long period. Dealers and others using
ice cream in quantities should commu communicate
nicate communicate with us asking for our special
terms.
MARION COUNTY CRFAMERY CO
Phone 94

FREE DELIVERY

PROMPT SERVICE

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Day Phone 47. Nirht Phone 515

GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT

1 Cook's Market and Grocery f

j QUALITY CLEANLINESS

HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD., $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. R.
H. TODD LUMBER CO. tf
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This is a Studebaker year.

Smoke Don Rey. .That good cigar.
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if youll call phone 108. Main Street



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