The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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V ASSOCIATED
1 PRESS
DISPATCHES

WEATHER FORECAST Generally
Sun rises tomorrow, 7:09; sets, 6:13.
T LINE HAS
PROVED IIS CASE
In the Hearing at Gainesville It Show Showed
ed Showed Its Short Run Trains Are Too
Expensive to Operate
General opposition to the discon discontinuance
tinuance discontinuance of Atlantic Coast Lins trains
nine and ten between Leesburg and
Jacksonville and thirty-two and thirty-five
between Ocala and Lakeland,
and 140 and 141 between Ocala and
Chiefland, did not develop at the hear hearing
ing hearing in Gainesville yesterday before
the state railroad commission. A
large number of citizens of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Alachua county attended the
hearing and representatives of that
city and county argued for the con continuance
tinuance continuance of the trains, in spite of any
loss that the railroads might be sus-
taining, contending that the discon-.
tinuance would seriously inconven inconvenience
ience inconvenience the traveling public and affect
the business of Gainesville and other
towns in that section. A representa representative
tive representative from Micanopy objected to the
taking off of nine and ten on the
grounds that it would prevent people
of that community from getting into
and out of- Gainesville and Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville the same day. Mr. George Sco Sco-field
field Sco-field of Inverness, representing people
and organization along the route of
trains thirty-two and thirty-five, while
conceding that these trains were prob probably
ably probably being run at a loss, made an
argument for the continuance of "Sun "Sunny
ny "Sunny Jim" on the. ground that it pro provides
vides provides the only means of getting into
and out of Ocala and Tampa the same
day. There was no objection from
Lakeland, Palatka, Leesburg, Ocala or
Marion county. The Marion County
Board of Trade was represented by
Secretary Chazal, but after hearing
the testimony of the railroads and
asking a number of questions with re regard
gard regard to new schedules, he decided to
make no argument, but filed with the
commission a statement of the Board
of Trade's position as had already
been set forth in the papers. Attach Attached
ed Attached to this statement of the Board of
Trade were several letters from indi individuals
viduals individuals protesting against the discon discontinuance
tinuance discontinuance of the trains and a petition
from the people of Boardman making
a protest on the grounds that local
trains thirty-nine and forty did not
stop at "that station.
The testimony of the Atlantic Coast
Line, given under oath, showed that
55 per cent of the railroad's trains
are passenger trains and that the out-of-pocket
cost per train fnile of ope
rating these passenger trains is $1.05,
and that with taxes and depreciation
and interest on investment and sim
ilar items taken into consideration,
the cost per. train mile of operating a
passenger train is $2.12. The testi testimony
mony testimony of the railroad showed that the
the average income per train mile of
No. 9 is 46.2 and that the loss during
the month of January on this train
was $2804.76. On train No. 10, which
has an income of 37.2 per train mile,
the loss during January was $3376.44;
on No. 141 the loss during the month
of January was $2174.33; on No. 35
with an average income of 27.3 per
train mile, the loss was $1080.81; on
No. 32, with an average income of
24c per train mile, the loss was
was $1136.07; on No. 89 between Ro Ro-chelle
chelle Ro-chelle and Palatka, with an average
income per train mile of .09.5, the loss
was $965.51. It was pointed out that
these losses were based on the out-of-pocket
cost of operating the trains,
which includes wages, fuel, oil and
supplies, and does not include any in interest
terest interest charges, depreciation or taxa taxation.
tion. taxation. The testimony showed that the
biggest item in the cost of operating
the trains is that of wages.
At the hearing the representatives
of the Coast Line stated that they had
decided to make a change in their ap application
plication application and in order to accommo accommodate
date accommodate the people of the western part
of Alachua county, they would ask
that trains 140 and 141 be operated
between Chiefland and Palatka in instead
stead instead of between Chiefland and Ocala
tQ providw one train each day daily
between Palatka anfl Rochelle. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Chazal asked if the change in
the schedule between Palatka and
Rochelle would not seriously incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience the people of the interior
desiring to make connection with the
East Coast. The railroad officials ad admitted
mitted admitted that this was the case and said
there would be no connection with 39
and 40 to and from Palatka. Mr. Mc Mc-Arthur,
Arthur, Mc-Arthur, division superintendent, stat stated
ed stated that it would be necessary in go going
ing going to the East Coast to leave Ocala
on the night train arriving in Rochelle
ahout three o'clock in the morning
and remain there until 10 o'clock for
a train to Palatka. He pointed out,
however, that the records show that
very few people. use this connection
with the East Coast as evidenced by
the income per train mile of 9.5 cents
on the Palatka-Rochelle train No. 89.
Mr. McArthur also directed attention
to the fact ftt'irio's: persons from

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QCALA

fair tonight and Sunday, except unsettled in extreme north portion; somewhat warmer tonight.

TAKING COUNSEL Oil
FOUR-POWER TREATY
Consideration of this Vital Measure
Now Being Made by the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 11. Considera-
tion of the four-power Pacific treaty,
one of the seven laid before the Sen- j
ate yesterday by President Harding
as products of the Washington con-!
ference, begun today by the Senate j
foreign relations committee which
after a lengthy discussion of the pact
adjourned to meet again Tuesday.
PERSONAL APPEAL FROM THE
PRESIDENT
President Harding yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon asked the Senate to give ap approval
proval approval to the arms conference treaties
in order that America's professed de-
sire to rid the world of war may not
become a "hollow mockery."
"If we cannot join in making ef effective
fective effective these covenants for peace," he
said, "and stamp this conference with
America's approval, we shall discredit
the influence of the republic, render
future efforts futile and unlikely, and
write discouragement where today the
world is ready to acclaim new hope."
Delivering his message in person, in
a voice and manner that betokened
deep emotion, the president was an answered
swered answered repeatedly by applause from
floor and galleries. He asked that
ratification be given without delay
and before he left the capitol Senate
machinery was set in motion to hasten
a vote.
OCALA-LEESBURG
The Ocala girls are going to play
the Leesburg girls tonight at 7:30 in
Leesburg. The Ocala team will leave
town this afternoon at 3 o'clock In
the cars of Messrs. Bruce Meffert, N.
R. Dehon and J. D. Wilkes. The Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg game will be called at 7:30 in
the Lake county metropolis. All
Ocala fans are urged to attend the
game and help bring home the bacon.
The Ocala line-up -will be as follows:
Forwards, Wilkes and Woods; cen centers,
ters, centers, Bullock and Dehon; guards,
MacKay and Dozier. Subs will be
Mary Carolyn Logan, Louie Smoak,
Helen Newsom and Elizabeth Mur Murray.
ray. Murray. Gene Jones will referee. The
girls expect to return to Ocala to tonight
night tonight after the game. It is 'only an
hoar and a half drive to Leesburg.
Go see the game.
PRESBYTERIAN WOMAN'S
AUXILIARY MEETING
The executive board of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian
church will meet Monday afternoon,
Feb. 13, at four o'clock, at the church.
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Sec'y.
Ocala and this section of the state
go to the East Coast in their auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. The competition of automo automobiles
biles automobiles and motor buses was given hy
the Coast Line witnesses, as the prin
cipal cause for the cutting down of
traffic on the local trains.
Secretary Chazal learned from Mr.
McArthur, one of the witnesses for
the railroad, that trams 39 and 40
would make all 'local stops and that
the two night trails, 38 and 37, would
make local stops,
The proposal that single cars ope operated
rated operated by gasoline motor be substitut substituted
ed substituted for the heavy trains was met with
objection. The railroad witnesses
stated that a practical gasoline motor
car had not been developed. Chairman
Burr of the railroad commission said
that gasoline motor cars were being
sucessfully operated at several points
in the state. He pointed out that the
main objection at present to the ope operating
rating operating of the single cars is that the
United States labor board requires
the same full crew on the single car
that it does on complete trains. It is
required that there be five men on the
single car, when two men, a motor-
man and a conductor, could easily
operate the car.
The outstanding facts developed at
the hearing in Gainesville yesterday
were that railroads have no power to
fix wages and no power to fix rates.
It was pointed out, among other
things, that the railroads pay com
mon labor 58c. to 75c. per day higher
than is paid for the same class of la labor
bor labor by other industries at the same
places.
At the close of the hearing the rail railroad
road railroad commission took the matter un under
der under advisement to announce a decision
later.
The railroad officials stated that the
Coast Line had made request to dis discontinue
continue discontinue trains in the other states
through which the system operates,
and said that all of these trains,
while losing money, were losing less
than the three Florida trains.
Get your baked beans and brown
bread at Carter's Bakery. 9-2t

111 FEIII KEEP
UP THE STRIFE

Unable to Rule Ireland, They Seem
Determined to Do Their Worst
To Ruin It
(Associated Press)
Cork, Feb. 11. (By the Associated
Press). A motor truck load of police
en route from Macroom to Bandon
this morning was held up by armed
men who captured the car, rifles and
equipment. There were no casualties.
CONSTABLES AMBUSHED
Belfast, Feb. 11. (By Associated
Press). A party of Ulster special
constables was ambushed Thursday
evening by thirty men who opened
fire on the police car at Clady on the
Donegal-Tyrone border, which pre previously
viously previously had been the scene of several
disturbances. Constable McFadden of
Londonderry was shot and killed.
Thomas Sadler, fifty years old, was
shot to death at his home near Ca Ca-van
van Ca-van by five armed raiders, who took
away his shotgun and service rifle of
the Ulster volunteers, of which he
was formerly a member.
WORLD FAMOUS SERMON AT
THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Tomorrow night at the Ocala Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church, Dr. C. L. Collins, the min minister,
ister, minister, will give one of the most wide widely
ly widely known sermons preached in mod modern
ern modern times. It is entitled, "What
Think Ye of Christ the Question of
the Ages." Dr. Robert Stuart Mac Mac-Arthur,
Arthur, Mac-Arthur, for over forty years pastor
of Calvary Baptist church, New York
city, is the author of the sermon. He
preached the sermon first in that
church and later in Treraont Temple,
Boston. It has since been translated
into many languages. On a bridge
connecting two cities in far off India,
men -stand every day and give out
printed copies of this sermon and,
some days, they have given out thou thousands
sands thousands of copies. Dr. MacArthur is
president of the Baptist World Alli Alliance,
ance, Alliance, whose next meeting will he held
in Sweden. He is, probably, the fore foremost
most foremost man in point of influence in the
whole Baptist denomination. The ser sermon
mon sermon which Dr. Collins will reproduce
tomorrow night is a masterpiece.
OCALA ENGAGEMENT FOR
EVANGELIST SAM SMALL
The famous Southern evangelist,
Rev. Sam Small, is coming to Ocala
again. This famous platform and
pulpit orator, for many years the
celebrated team-mate of Sam Jones,
is always heard with vital interest
whenever he speaks. His visit to
Ocala will be no exception, since he
is so well known here. Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, March 12, he will occupy the pul pulpit
pit pulpit of the 'First Baptist church and
his subject will be, "America for
Caesar or Christ?" That night he
will be heard in a union service at the
First Methodist church.
Junior Carter, whose birthday was
yesterday, celebrated the same by in
viting about thirty little boys and
girls to his party which his mother,
Mrs. T. C. Carter, gave for him. All
during the afternoon the children
played different games and thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyed themselves. When the re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served the children
were taken into the dining room,
were on the center of the table was a
big birthday cake prettily Iced, on the
top of which were ten lighted candles,
one for each year. A color scheme of
green and red was carried out. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments of ice cream and cake and
divinity candy were served. The ice
cream was in red and green and the
cakes were iced in the same colors.
The guests were given pretty little
favors resembling angels and eupids.
After a very happy afternoon spent
at Mrs. Carter's, the children bade
their young host good-bye by telling
him what a nice time they had had
and wishing him many happy returns
of the day. The following were pres
ent: Bernard and Tracy Bell, -Mary
Lena Hayes, Ruby Condon. Dorothy
Walkley, Catherine and Frances
Green, Rosalie, Harry and Charles
Whittington, Edward Brown, Robert
Thomas, Martin Davis, Edward Pa
cetti, Richard and Louise Moxley,
Helen Watt, Frank Ditto Jr., Morris
and Sammy Savage, Lilly and Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Young, Ada, Nannie and Albert
Carter.
Mr. James Hall, who for the past
two years has been in the real estate
business with his office in the Florida
House, reports having sold since Jan January
uary January 10th, good, improved Marion
county farms to the following pro progressive
gressive progressive farmers: W. B. Evans, of
Delaware, Ohio; D. Garden, of Engle Engle-wood,
wood, Engle-wood, Tenn.; John Longazel, Halls Halls-apple,
apple, Halls-apple, Pa.; Albert Jenkins, Riceville,
Tenn.; Paul Longazel, Hallsapple,
Pa.; Otey Flack, Lewisburg, W. Va,;
D. T. Kershner. Jeannette, Pa.; E. F.
Brooklen, Oklawaha, Fla.

EVEN

OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,
People of DeLand Don't Believe They
Defaced Offices and Homes In
That City Tuesday Night
(Associated Press)
DeLand, Feb. 11. Roy Shecklett, a
local electrical employee, was arrest- j
ed today on a warrant obtained by
the Volusia County Bank, charging
trespass in connection with the defac defacing
ing defacing of property here Tuesday night.
"K. K. K. Boyd," was written in
chalk and soap on the bank doors.
Boyd is cashier of the bank. Several
residences were defaced with black
paint and tar. The Ku Klux Klan held
a public parade Tuesday night but
the property owners are confident the
klan had nothing to do with the de defacements.
facements. defacements. BANKS WAS BEATEN
American Checker Player Lost The
Championship to a Scotchman
(Associated Press)
Glasgow, Feb. 11 (By the Asso
ciated Press). Robert Stewart, the
Sotch checker champion, today won
the international championship by
defeating the American champion,
Newell Banks, of Detroit. Over a
series of forty .games Stewart won
two. Banks one and thirty-seven were
played to a draw.
TUG OFF THIMBLE LIGHT
RAMMED A TANKER
Norfolk, Feb. 11. The tug Norfolk
is in a sinking condition off Thimble
Shoal light" as the result of a collis collision
ion collision early today with an unidentified
tanker. The tug's wireless calls for
assistance were answered by three
tugs from here. As far as is known
none of the Norfolk's crew were in
jured.
SPEED ARTISTS IN DRESSING
The fire boys showed signs of
breaking all speed records in reaching
night fires when an alarm came in
this morning a little before 6 o'clock.
Two and a half minutes after the
alarm rang at the station a stream
of water was hissing against the blaze
at Mr. W. D. Cam's a mile away. The
fire was in an outbuilding in Mr.
Cam's yarn and was caused by ashes
being placed in a wooden receptable.
Mr. Cam was awakened by one of his
neighbors yelling that his house was
on fire and when he looked there was
a lively blaze climbing up the roof.
It was soon extinguished and only
small damage resulted. This is the
first fire that has occurred adjacent
to the extended fire plugs on Fort
King avenue and thanks to the fore foresight
sight foresight of the city in making this ex extension
tension extension Mr. Cam was saved at least
an outhouse if not his dwelling.
The fire last night about supper
time was at the McGee house in
North Ocala but was a very small
blaze and soon extinguished.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. DeCamp of
Lowell, Mass., will arrive in Ocala to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon and will spend
some time with Mr. DeCamp's father,
Mr. Elmer DeCamp. They shipped
their car via Clyde Line and after a
visit in Ocala will make a trip down
the East Coast. Mr. DeCamp is man manager
ager manager of the Lawson Manufacturing
Co., of Lowell, and i taking a well
earned vacation. Mr. and Mrs. De De-Camp
Camp De-Camp have visited in Ocala before
and their friends are delighted to
renew the acquaintance.
After several days of illness, Po Po-liceman
liceman Po-liceman M. P. Bronson is back on his
beat.
A telephone message from the hos hospital
pital hospital this afternoon reports Mr. New New-comb
comb New-comb Barco steadily improving."
A dispatch from Montgomery last
night announced that Mr. J. M.
Thomas was improving. The friends
here of that good and useful citizen
sincerely hope his recovery will be
rapid,
Mrs. M. J. Johnson left today for a
week-end visit to her mother in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, CASH IN ON THIS
We will put on sale Saturday mora
mg the 11th fifty (50) $2d coupon
books for $22.50. The coupons will be
good for $25 in trade at the Self -Serve
department. This is a ten per cent
discount and you of course, get the
benefit; of the cash and carry prices
which is another ten per cent discount.
Don't pass this by, get your coupon
VrnnV First rnmf first served onlv

KUKLUX KLAIISItl JUDGE SH1PPEY
11 THE CULPRITS THREATENED JAIL

fifty books to be sold.
2-10-2t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY,

FEBRUARY 11, 1922
To Parties at Fort Lauderdale Who
Offered Him a Bribe in Behalf
i Of the Wire Tappers
(Associated Press)
Fort Lauderdale, Feb. 11. The
hearing on application
for habeas
corpus was resumed today before
Judge Davis, the clerks taking up
reading the transcript of testimony at
the preliminary hearing where they
left off when Judge Davis adjourned
the hearing last night after 9 o'clock.
It is not expected reading the trans transcript
cript transcript will be completed until some sometime
time sometime this afternoon.
TRIED TO BRIBE JUDGE
County Judge J. B. Shippey, who
conducted a preliminary hearing of
twelve, alleged confidence men and or ordered
dered ordered them held in bonds ranging
from $7500 to $15,000 stated last
night to an Associated Press corres correspondent
pondent correspondent that he had been offered a
bribe in connection with the case.
Judge Shippey said he didn't desire
to go into details of the matter at the
time or to discuss any action he con contemplated.
templated. contemplated. He declared, however,
that he had first been "approached"
before the hearing began and later
during a recess of his court. On this
latter occasion the "approach" was
strong enough to warrant his threat threatening
ening threatening a jail sentence if the advances
were persisted in, he said.
WILL GIVE THE POST POST-OFFICE
OFFICE POST-OFFICE JOB TO WORK
(Associated Press)
Denver, Feb. 11. U. S. Senator
Nicholson, of Colorado, said here last
night he expected President Harding
to announce within the next ten days
the appointment of Dr. Hubert Work,
of Pueblo, Colo., as postmaster gen general.
eral. general. Hays will retire March 4th.
PERSONAL GUARANTEE OF
EXCELLENCE
To the Public of this City:
In urging that every man,
woman and child in" this city see
"THE STEALERS" at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater, I wish to personally
guarantee them that, in my opin opinion,
ion, opinion, this is the most momentous
production it has ever been my
pleasure to exhibit. I am welcom welcoming
ing welcoming this picture because I am con convinced
vinced convinced that all patrons will be
satisfied that no production here heretofore
tofore heretofore offered has had a greater
theme, has been better photo photographed
graphed photographed and directed, nor has
had a more carefully chosen cast
of screen artists.
Yours truly,
E. C. BENNETT,
Manager Temple Theater.
Prices, 15 and 25 cents. It
'MILLIONS NOW LIVING
WILL NEVER DIE
Mr. W. J. Thorn of New York is in
the city and will deliver his famous
lecture on the above subject at the
Temple theater Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock. The lecture is under the
auspices of the International Bible
Students Association. No collection
will be taken and no admission charg
ed. The public is eordially invited to
attend.
CASH IN ON THIS
We will put on sale Saturday morn
ing the 11th fifty (50) $25 coupon
books for $22.50. The coupons will be
good for $25 in trade at the Self -Serve
department. This is a ten per eent
discount and you of course, get the
benefit of the cash and carry prices
which is another ten per cent discount.
Don't pass this by, get your coupon
book. First come first served only
fifty books to be sold.
2-10-2t O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
SHOE REPAIRING
I wish to announce that I have re returned
turned returned to Ocala and have opened a
shoe repair shop in the Powers build
ing on West Broadway, where I will
be pleased to see my old friends and
customers. 10-t A. SLOTT.

Mr. Geo. W. Martin came in off the
road for a brief rest at his home here.
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STAR

TEMPERATURES
CAUGHT ANOTHER
GANG OE CROOKS
State of Florida Determined to Con Convince
vince Convince Con. Men that "Jordan Am
a Hard Road to Trabble"
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Feb, 11. Five men
were arrested in a raid on the head headquarters
quarters headquarters of a gang of alaleged confi confidence
dence confidence men at Panama Park, a Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville suburb, today. Deputy Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Shackleford, who conducted the
Fort Lauderdale raid last week, was
in charge of the Panama Park raid raiding
ing raiding squad. It is said the house con contained
tained contained wire tapping apparatus and
huge quantities of bogus money.
MIAMI HAS A DEEP,
DARK, DAMP MYSTERY
(Associated Press)
Miami, Feb. 11. Mystery still sur surrounds
rounds surrounds the finding in the river here
yesterday of the torso of an uniden unidentified
tified unidentified man and the police are without
a clue to the slayer. The head, hands
and feet were, severed and have not
yet been found. The police assert the
cutting up of the body was the work
of an expert as no jagged pieces of
flesh were left, the dismembered
members being cut off neatly.
STORMS YET AFFLICT
THE GOLDEN STATE
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Feb. 11. California
is hoping for relief today from the
storms which for the last two days
have brought an unusually- heavy
rainfall in the lowlands and snow in
the mountains. Farms and orchards
near San Jose and Huntington Beach
are inundated.
AT FRANK'S TUESDAY
All day Tuesday there will be a
demonstration of Martha Fourfoot
hosiery at Frank's Store. There will
be 'living models, etc. A full an
nouncement will appear in Monday's
Star. Don't forget the date, Tuesday,
Feb. 14th, at Frank's Stare: The pub public
lic public is cordially invited to attend.
CAPTURED ANOTHER WITNESS
IN THE TAYLOR MURDER CASE
(Associated Press)
Los Angeles, Feb. 11. A man who
the police believed a material witness
in the Taylor murder case was arrest arrested
ed arrested here today. He is charged with
felony pending further investigation
of his story, the details oYwhich, and
his name, the police refuse to divulge.
Later, with a search warrant, two
detectives made a hurried trip but de declined
clined declined to tell their destination.
CALVARY
Calvary, Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. Home and Miss Marie May Burry
took a flying. trip to Orange Lake
Sunday a week ago and report a nice
time. They went to call on Miss
Burry's parents.
Little David Buhl is on the sick
list but we hope he soon will be-well
again.
Mr. andMrs. J. W. Morrison and
daughter, Miss Jessie, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and family
last Sunday.
Miss Jessie Morrison was the guest
of her parents Saturday night, return returning
ing returning to Ocala Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison and
baby made a flying trip to Ocala Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, Feb. 8. The farmers
of Cotton Plant are getting ready for
their early crops.
Mr. A. W. Woodward led the prayer
meeting at the St. Johns church Sun
day night.
We are sorry to hear that Mr. New
comb Barco, our Sunday school super
intendetn, it very ill and we hope that
we will hear better news from his
bedside soon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Strickland of
Heidtville spent the day with Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Strickland Sunday.
Mrs. J. Glattle is spending a few
days with her son and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Glattle this week.
We are glad to hear that Miss
Mayme Parker is better at present
and-hope she will continue to be so.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams and
family spent the day at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nobles Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 57. Woodward
spent the evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Williams Sunday.
Mrs. J. F. Glattle and Mrs. F. A.
Glattle and daughter Beatrice Beas Beas-ity,
ity, Beas-ity, spent the day at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Keller Wednesday.'
Most jof the farmers of Cotton
Plant are going to plant cotton and
cucumbers this year and we hope they
will have success.

LOCAL 'KEIVS
TO
PRESS TUS

This morning, 50; t&a afternoon, 75.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. SS.
EDISRII'S SEVEilTY SEVEilTY-FIFTH
FIFTH SEVEilTY-FIFTH AIIIIIVEiSffi
Wizard i Celebrating the Occaaioa
By Putting- in a Hard
Day's Work
(Associated Press)
West Orange, N. J Feb. 11. Thos.
A. Edison was born seventy-five
year sago today, but today was just
another Saturday in his busy life. Ha
made no plans to take the day off, jt
even to delay, rising beyond the usual
hour. He faced the same routine with
his army of workers at" the great
Edison plant.
THE JACK KING COMEDIANS
For the second time within four
months the Jack King Comedians will
close a week's stay in Ocala tonight.
This company has made for itself a
warm spot in the hearts of Ocalans
who have been" crowding tfce comfort-,
able tent theater each night this
week, though the weather at times
was anything but pleasant on the out outside.
side. outside. V
While all the members of the
troupe have made many friends dur during
ing during their stay in town, that always
pleasant and genial Victor Canares,
the advance man and generalissimo of
the company, has made friends of ev every
ery every one with whom he came in con contact
tact contact during their stay here.
Mr. Canares and his company will
always receive a warm welcome whan
they decide to visit Ocala, and prob probably
ably probably no popular priced show has ever
exhibited here which, has so universal universally
ly universally pleased its patrons as the Jack
King aggregation. '-
BASKETBALL
Ocala is to have a treat in athletics
tonight at the school court at 7:30
o'clock. Those of you who have never -seen
a boys' basketball game cannot
conceive of the continuous action
shown. You should go and look the
boys over tonight when they play
Melrose on the home court. Ocala's
line-up will be as follows: Forwards,
Thomas and Lewis; center. Knight;.
guards, Ferguson and Williams. Subs,
Rawls, Jordan and Blowers. The
Ocala team is showing wonderful im improvement
provement improvement &nd is playing a good con consistent
sistent consistent game of basketbalL
IRVINE
Irvine, Feb. 6. Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Edwards attended the funeral of Mr.
Charles Bateman in Mcintosh Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mr. Archibald of Mcintosh was a
Thursday caller.
Mrs. Mattie Dunham of Mcintosh,
was seen in our burg Friday.
Mr. S. W. Thompson and Roscoe
Collins' motored to Ocala Friday.
Mrs. Shaw and children visited
Fairfield Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. I Davis, Mrs. Sus
Mclver and Miss Mamie Fant motored
to Ocala Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Chitty and daughter.
Mary, visited Ocala Saturday.
Mr. C. B. Clinkscales arrived Sun
day from Atlanta, Ga and will be
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. L, Davis
for a fortnight. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rush of Mcintosh,
were visitors here Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Collins of E vine ton,
called 'on Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Collins
Sunday afternoon.
STANDARD
Standard, Feb. 7. The fanners are
very busy breaking up land and pre preparing
paring preparing for another crop.
Mrs; M. J. Lanier and Mrs. N. H.
Lanier and son, Master Howard, are
on a visit to Mrs. M. J. Lanier's" son,
Mr. W. T. Godwin, of Dunnellon, and
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Miller, of
B rooks ville. We hope they will have
a good time while on their visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Ode Curry motored
to Ocala Friday morning.
Mr. J. H. Lanier and son, Mr. N. XL
Lanier, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. F. GodwinSunday.
There will be services at Pleasant
Hill Sunday afternoon. All are cor cordially
dially cordially invited.
SPANISH WAR YEXE2AK3
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, nests s
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Commandr.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
. A. I Loeas.IL P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
DeValera seems to want the capital
of Ireland not at Belfast, nor yet at
Dublin, but at Donnybrook.



OCALA tXtStSQ STAft, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, mt

m

Ocala Evening Star
Pabllnbed Eiery Day ;xept Sunday ky
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., pcstoffice as
second-class matter.
TKLEI'IIO.XKS
bunlnrnM Of Are Fire-One
Editorial Department ino-Seven
Society Reporter Mte-One

, MKJIHKIl .SSOCIATKD PKESS
The Associated iTess Is exclusiveiy
entitled for-the use for republication ot
all news ditspatc-hea credited to it or not
otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.

Gainesville, but there is fi train that
runs in and out of Micariopy, to con connect
nect connect with 9, 39 and 40, that could just
as well go into and out of Gainesville
morning and. evening. As for Sunny

Jim, a number of our people would
like to seelt run daily, going by Dun-

-rhellon one day and by Leesburg the

next, and believe it would pay that
way. We don't think the argument
about the large grants of land given

the railroads forty and fifty years ago
should be applied to the Coast Line.
The profit from said land was used

before that railroad system
into the state.

THE STATE MUST LIVE

DOMESTIC M IIM Itll'lloN HATES
One year, in advance 6.00
Three months, in otJvance 3 00
Three months, in aJvanc i sn

One month, in advance ieo

came

If you will go to the postoffiee with
a package, worth $1000, to ship byj
parcel post and there apply for in-j
surance you will find that your gov-

ernment, as rich as it is, will only
insure that package, or any package,

for $100.

But if some passing tourists who

use our streets, without charge, should

happen to drive their car into some
hole in our streets, which was careless-

one-tenth the cost could be better ac- j 8J5

Icomplished by changed policies.

Sincerely yours,
William Hocker.
February 4th, ,1922.

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consecutive insertion. Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions la per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charges on ads. that run less than
six times 10 cents per inch. Special
position 25 p-r cent additional. Kates
based on four-inch minimum. .Less than
fottr Inches will take a higher rate,
which wilt be furnished u uon'apDlica-
liOTU
Heading; otieei Five cents per line
for first insertion; three cents per line
for' each subsequent insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
legal advertisements at legal rates.

Up at Gainesville today the Coast
Line is arguing for the taking off of
trains 9 and 10. During the war these
trains were considered worth retain

ing, so why not now? Heaven knows

we nave a passenger service sorry

enough through this section when we

consider what revenue the roads draw

from us. without cutting it down

still more. Leesburg Commercial.

How do you account for it, then,

Leach, that when 9 and 10 come thru

Ocala late in the evening and early in
the morning, there are so few people

from Leesburg on board?

Eustis, as usual, is going to have
a big celebration on Washington's
birthday.

Four hundred acres have been
planted to Sea Island cotton in the
vicinity of Summerfield. Marion coun county
ty county farmers should plant each a patch
of Sea Island and plant early.

Thomas A. Edison is celebrating

his seventy-fifth birthday today, by

working all day. In .this manner of
Celebration, Mr. Edison closely imi imitates
tates imitates the editor of the Star and sev

eral million other Americans, a large

number of whom seldom think of their

anniversaries on the days on which

they occur.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star, February 11, 1902)
E. T. Helvenston, manager of the;;
dry goods department of the H. B.
Masters store, left today for his regu-'
lar twice a year purchasing trip to;

New York and will be absent about!

ly left open by some laborer from our three weeks. j
water plant, our little city might be' M. A. Carlton & Bro. have rented j
obliged to pay $100,000 damages to 'the southeast corner store room from;

satisfy the judgments recovered byj Dr. Toph and will move their grocery;
such tourists in the United States I store in next week as soon as the i

court.
Any careless act of some negro em employee
ployee employee of our electric light, or street,
departments may cost our city prop property
erty property owners many thousands of dollars.

A3 luai iuii

Is it just? Should the' Bartow.

shelving is put in.

'Friday afternoon, Feb. 21, a match i

game will be played on the Ocala dia-1
mond between the nines of the Flor-

i ida Agricultural College and the
i South Florida Military Institute at ;

The lovers of the national;

The Man or "Wloman
Who Earns Money

Every man and woman who is earning money should place a
portion of it each week in the Bank.
If this is done, there will be no complaint about hard times.
Regular deposits in our Bank establish a constantly increasing
protection for advancing years. -YOUR
account is invited.

Munroe & Chambtiss National Bank

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

If Mr. Bryan is not careful he will

alienate the East Coast vote with the

big force of officers he has had the in

ternal revenue department send to
that section to stop booze runnfhg

from Bimini. Leesburg Commercial.
For his efforts on this line Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan deserves credit, but the booze booze-running
running booze-running on the East Coast or else elsewhere
where elsewhere will not be stopped until the
better element asserts itself.

If Florida can"get Wiliam J. Bryan
into the Senate in place of Park
Trammell, the state will have a na national
tional national recognition, and the benefits to
be derived therefrom, which can be
' secure in no other way. Bryan's name
alone will give the state he represents
recognition. Park Trammell makes
very little noise in the nation's cap capital.
ital. capital. Clearwater Sun.
" A. close survey of Mr. Bryan's ca career
reer career beginning in 189(5 will show that
he' makes lots of noise, and very little
else.

The Board of Trade recently re requested
quested requested the United States Tire Com Company
pany Company to change the historical bulletin
on its bill board on the Dixie High Highway
way Highway near Lowell. The bulletin con contains
tains contains an item with reference to the
sewerage system of Ocala that is giv giving
ing giving tourists a false impression. Cour Courteous
teous Courteous letters have been received by
the Board of Trade from the United
States Tire Company and from the O.
J. Gude Company, advertising agents,
saying that a change in the bulletin
would be made at once.

The Ocala Star has been arguing
with the Kissimmee Gazette about the
propriety of putting advertisements
on its own front page if it wants to.
So far as the Telegram is concerned
it missed the original point of the con controversy,
troversy, controversy, because it always turns to
the editorial page first, and will con continue
tinue continue to do so as long as the Star con-
n t i. i. j.1 i i

tuiucs snuui uut i ne ungnest ana
snappiest bunch of paragraphs that
ever came in this direction. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
Same here, Harry; we'd never know

. i - i. v. 1 1 v
Telegram so we could see the editori-

' al nana & c? 4-

Grace Episcopal
Johrr J. Neighbour, Rector
Septuagesima Sunday
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon
mon sermon on the subject, "The Spiritual

Penny a Day."

7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and ad

dress.

All cordially invited to attend.
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. N,
A. Russell, superintendent.
li a. m. Morning worship. Ser

mon subject, "Spiritual Gifts: Their

Beneficiaries."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Announcement will be made Sab

bath morning with reference to the

evening service.

A cordial invitation is extended to

all to attend our services.
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Bible school.

11 a. m. Communion service fol

lowed by sermon by pastor. Subject,

"Spiritual Sensitiveness."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Preaching service. Ser

mon by pastor, "The Soul's Quest."
A cordial invitation and welcome to
every one to all these services.
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
The revival will continue through
next week. Tomorrow Dr. Weigle
will preach at 11 a. m., 3 p. m. and
7:45 p. m. There will be a great
men's meeting at 3 p. m. We will
try for one hundred per cent attend attendance
ance attendance in the Sunday school. League
will meet at 6:45 p. m.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon
mon Sermon by the minister, "Facing Our
Responsibility for the Salvation of
Others."
6:30 p. m. Junior, -Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Dr.
Collins will reproduce an internation internationally
ally internationally famous sermon, "The Question of
the Centuries: What" Think Ye of
Christ?" by Dr. Robert Stuart Mac Mac-Arthur,
Arthur, Mac-Arthur, of New York.
The music is led by a large chorus
choir directed by Dr. F. E. McClane.
"Better come to church."
.
Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor

Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 10:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening devotions at 7:80.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
(3 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.

Oh, no, now what does that mean?
The war department announces that
citizens along the Mexican border are
crying for more troops and that the
quarters of the men already there are
"very bad." It has been a long time
since any trouble has been reported
along the border and the country has
received no hint that any is to be ex expected.
pected. expected. If this report had come thru
other channels, says Mr. Fall of the
department of the interior, one might
guess that now the conference is over
it has been decided in certain quar quarters
ters quarters that this would be a good time
to renew the agitation for "cleaning
up" Mexico. Coming from the war
department, it will not be surprising
to see the announcement used as a
plea with Congress to be generous
and as an argument against any fur further
ther further cutting of the army. Palm
Beach Post.

If you lived on that Mexican bor-

der and was trying to be a peaceable.

honest citizen, you would not think a
hundred thousand of Uncle Sam's

khaki-clads were any too many to help
you.

Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service. Subject
of the lesson-sermon is "Soul."

Wednesday evening meeting 8 p
Reading room open 2 to 5 p.
daily except Sundays.

m.
m.

MEETING OF VETERANS

It seenas to the Star that the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line has made out its
case ; irT" regard to the discontinuance
of trains 9 and 10, and 140 and 141.
So" far as Marion county is concerned,
those trains certainly do not receive
enough patronage to pay for running
them. Of course, they are useful- to

Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met
February 7th, 1922. The commander
being absent, Col. F. E. Harris was
requested to take the chair. Prayer
by Treasurer B. H. Norris.
Minutes of last meeting read and
adopted.
The, following comrades answered
to roll cal: Alfred Ayer, J. L. Beck,
James Duffy, M. P. Frink, W. J.
Folks, F. E. Harris, B. H. Norris,
George Pasteur, C. C. Priest, George
Smith, II. R. Shaw.
Col. Harris received a communica communication
tion communication from Gen. Frink, commander of
the first brigade, suggesting that each
member of every camp pay fifty cents
more to the state and national com commands
mands commands as the present dues were not
sufficient to keep up the organization.
Marion camp passed a resolution say saying
ing saying it was willing to pay the addition additional
al additional fifty cents if it had any assurance
that other camps would o the same;
that it was a matter that should have
been, taken up, at our last state re reunion.
union. reunion. Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.

citizens of any town carry such a i
risk? Our states assume no such lia-;
bilities, so wf y should our cities and!
towns do so, for they are a part of
our national life.
Yet millions are paid out each year
by our cities and towns to satisfy such
claims, every dollar of which comes,
ultimately, out of our producers; and
half of those millions goes directly
to lawyers, and other parasites, to
swell their pockets and their numbers.
If the state, society, cannot afford
to take more than $100 risk for your
protection in the use of its mail-serv

ice how can it afford, for no pay

whatever, to insure your automobile
for $3000, your body for $25,000 and

your life for $100,000?

In our highly organized and pro

gressive state of society you are per permitted
mitted permitted at small, or no cost, to your

self, to enjoy many blessings, which
the state, society, can only afford to
extend to vou with limitations upon

its liability. The extent of the lia liability
bility liability of the public to you for fault,

or miscarriage, in all public utilities
must ultimately fix the exact limits to
which society, or corporate, action
may go in preserving for you the old,
and in offering you new, public utili utilities;
ties; utilities; for the cost of all such must
soon be cost on production, and there
is a positive limit to what the produc productive
tive productive energy of our nation can carry
even for its own, much less for your,
convenience.
Railroads are quite -as much a part
of our public utilities as is our postal
service; and production must, and
does, pay every dollar they pay out

for any purpose. fc.very one ot us
must admit that obvious fact, because
production is the soutce of all wealth;
and if we take away from those who
own the railroads, but who produced

nothing to get the money they have in
the railroads, then when we spoil, or
injure, the railroads, our productive
energy must rebuild them.
Any railroad may be obliged to pay
$3000 for injury to your automobile,
or $25,000 for injury to your body, or
$100,000 for causing your death. You,
who get this money, (or what is left
after you pay lawyers) may also hap happen
pen happen to be a simon pure parasite, or
one of the forty million of our citizens
who produce nothing of value during
any of the four seasons of the year.
So some seventy millions of men,
women and children in productive pur pursuits
suits pursuits thus insure forty millions of us
who do not produce anything; and the
parasites, tourists and city dwellers
get most of the benefit of such poli policies.
cies. policies. Thousands of such claims against
our cities and towns are paid every
year; and with only the blue sky as a
limit to the amount of recovery the
lawyers have a very fine time in this
game of all jack-pots, with no antes

by them in order to sit in it.
Of say twenty thousand accident

claims against railroads, which came
up last year, permit me to mention
just one. I get the facts in this case
from the official records of the "state
of Mississippi, which are of course
available to all lawyers. In that case
a boy, who was a deaf mute and an
inmate of an asylum, was walking
along the track of the Southern rail railroad
road railroad in company with five of his play playmates,
mates, playmates, who were all also deaf mutes.
They were walking along the track to
reach a water hole about a mile out
of town, where these unfortunate lit little
tle little fellows loved to swim on warm
days. The boy first mentioned was
killed by a fast train and the railroad
was obliged to pay $20,000 judgment
to the bey's father. The boy's play playmates
mates playmates testified, by signs, that they all
saw the on-coming train, and that they
knew that the whistle was bkiwn sev several
eral several times, as they saw the escaping
steam; but as they supposed all saw
the train they made no attempt to in inform
form inform their companion, who was a lit little
tle little in advance of them; the engineer

could see them looking back and pre presumed
sumed presumed that all had both seen and
heard his train.
Now this suit cost the railroad say
$25,000; with the result that operat operating
ing operating expenses are increased by that
amount and its patrons, the shippers,
pay every dollar of that $25,000. Say
$12,500 goes to the father, to whom

his unfortunate son was only a source
of expense; the balance of that money
went to lawyers and court costs.
This may be said to, be an extreme
case, but the official records of every
state in this Union furnish abundant
ground to contend that it is not.
If the state wants the railroads, in intelligence
telligence intelligence demands that it take them,
and stop operating such an important
part of our national life in a manner
which makes, multiplies, fattens and
feasts lawyers;, puts annually, mill millions
ions millions in cost on labor and production
to do a minimum of good, which at

erame in Ocala are looking forward to
some fine sport.

Mr. Geo. K. Robinson, the long! a
staple cotton promoter, spent the day;
with his rural constituents who are' valuable residence property in the
laying in a supply of cotton seed and ; first ward of Mrs. M. A. Norwood,
fertilizers. Mr. Ditto bought the property as an
' investment and will improve it.
Ocala Ten Years Ago A fine baby daughter was born this
(Evening Star February 11, 1912) .morning to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Car-

Mr. Brantly Weathers has resigned

his position with Circuit Court Clerk;
Sistrunk and accepted a position as
teacher in the Ocala high school. Mr.!
Weathers is a well educated young'
man and will fill the place most effi- j

ciently.
Miss Nona Sewell, after a pleasant
visit to her sister, Mrs. J. P. Galloway,
in this city, left yesterday for her
home in Jacksonville.

Mr. F. W. Ditto has

ter.

Mrs. J. M. Roess and children have
returned from St. Petersburg.

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
iu Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phne 151. tt

Day Dream Toilet Water only at

bought the the Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf

I Make a Specialty of
Income Tax Reports
For Fanners, Merchants and
Professional Men
C. CECIL BRYANT
Room 23,, Holder Block
OCALA, FLA.

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The soundness of the co-operative plan under which
Tri-State Piggly Wiggly System opens its stores has
been proven by continual practice.
One hundred certificates of 8 Preferred Stock at
$100 per share, are issued for each store to residents
in cities and towns where Tri-State Piggly-Wigglys
are to be opened. Each purchaser of one or more
"shares of Preferred stock is entitled to a bonus of
Common stock, .full paid and non-assessable of the
Tri-State Piggly-Wiggly Company, and represents
a full individed interest in everything the Company
owns and earnings from all its stores.
Preferred share holders in Tri-State Piggly-Wiggly
stores will receive Two ($2.00) Dollars per share
interest every three months on each share of Pre Preferred
ferred Preferred stock owned.
After each certificate holder of Preferred shares has
received 8 interest per annum, then 10 of the
net earnings of the Company are set aside to call in
the Preferred Stock at $110 and accrued interest
and the Preferred stock will eventually be retired
from such funds.
Each Certificate of Preferred stock that has been
cancelled will make the Common shares that much
more valuable and when all of the Preferred is
finally cancelled all of the assets of the Company
will lie behind the Common shares.
This is a true co-operative plan, the purpose of which
is to enlist the continued patronage and active sup support
port support of one hundred of the best families in each
community on an interested basis.
Why A Certificate of Interest?
The attractiveness of a TRI-STATE PIGGLY PIGGLY-WIGCrLY
WIGCrLY PIGGLY-WIGCrLY Certificate of Interest may be better real realized
ized realized if an estimate be made of the probable returns
under average conditions.
Properly equipped, as all Piggly-Wigglys are, and
located in convenient shopping centers, the volume
of business transacted may reasonably be expected
to amount to $100,000 a year.

The gross annual business would amount to the
$100,000 if the stores were favored only with the
patronage of two hundred families, each buying to
the extent of $500 a year. Half of these families
are represented by Certificate owners and, aside
from the natural flow of business each Certificate
holder will influence the patronage of relatives,
friends and neighbors, so that the estimate of
$100,000 may be considered ultra conservative. It
is entirely possible that some of our stores may do
a business of double this amount.
From five to six and one-half per cent, the net profit
resulting from the operations of each store doing
a $100,000 business a year, would mean a net profit
of from $5000 to $6500 per year per store. From
the total sum of net profits derived from all the
stores is paid the 8 interest to all of the holders
of the Certificates of Preferred shares and from
which the Preferred shares are cancelled and the
holder receives $110 and accrued interest.
Should the business of Piggly-Wiggly never exceed
$100,000 per year per store, this handsome return
wrould be maintained and there would still be left
ample net profits to pay handsome dividends on
Common shares and still leave the Company funds
for further expansion of its business. When the
Preferred shares are all retired then all of the value
of the Company lies behind the Common shares and
they become very valuable, returning income to the
holders continuously.
The most important consideration, however, is the
fact that Certificate members result in the estab establishment
lishment establishment of unique and convenient Piggly-Wigglys
through which a saving of $75, $100, $150, or more
may be effected every year in the family grocery
bill. The owner of every Certificate of Preferred
shares will receive 8 income, and a further attrac attractive
tive attractive profit on the Common share bonus, in addition
to a substantial saving on every ollar expended for
groceries.

This Opportunity Limited to One Hundred
Householders in This Locality
Any one can buy at a Piggly Wiggly, but YOU are one. of just
one hundred in this locality priviledged to profit by being
a partner in all of the stores operated by the company.

For information in regard to Piggly Wiggly stock, phone Piggly
Wiggly salesman Colonial hotel.

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; ocala mmrna star, Saturday, February it tm

A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skill
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
a stone for their plot.
Ocala Marble Works
OCALA, FLORIDA
Plumbing & Electric Contractor
WILLIAM NEEDHAM
Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
Quick Service
Auto Repairing
Let us do your auto repair
work. We are also prepared to
make you a new top or repair
the old one. We employ only
experienced mechanics, and you
don't pay for boys experiment experimenting
ing experimenting on your car. All work is
cash and every job guaranteed.
Our charges are 75 cents per
hour. WTe use only genuine
Ford parts in repairing Fords.
Save money by bringing us
your repair work.
Dixie Highway
Garage
. J AS. ENGFSSER
121W. Broadway. Phone 258
C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL'DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
SASH
DOOR
Geo. MacKay I Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Needham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
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 AIH LINE RAILROAD
Le&re ArriTe J
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 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 1:85 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 um
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
3:24pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25pm
7:10 am Dunnell on -Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesbcrg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR"
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in tha city.

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BRUNT
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By i
FANNIE HURST i
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In Spartan, which lies like a picture picture-puzzle
puzzle picture-puzzle between the tawny cornfields
and the 'smutty coalfields of Illinois,
the rain-crow flies low when autumn
threatens, croaking of wet days and
chest protectors, of nights filled with
the commotion of wind and leaves flop flopped
ped flopped wetly against windowpanes like
boneless hands tapping.
Then, and on. o surely, come the
melancholy days themselves, and
everybody's pJcket-fenced-in garden
turns to mud with a pull to it, suck sucking
ing sucking in overshoes and oozing up slip slip-perily
perily slip-perily over the plank sidewalks.
Wagon wheels slither along the un unmade
made unmade streets as if cutting through
cold grease. Children, rejoicing in
double-session, bob homeward an hour
oilier beneath their enveloping ntn ntn-Mfllai
Mfllai ntn-Mfllai like a procession of low mush mushrooms.
rooms. mushrooms. Faetory hands, their homes in the
very gigantic shadow of the Welling-ton-Lowney
Consolidated Wire Works,
earry with them grotesque newspaper
packs of lunch against a noonday and
rain-driven return home. On such d;tys
l he Wellington-Lowney Consolidated
Wire Works provides each of its five
hundred employes a tin of hot coffee
and a flve-mlnnte period to drink ir.
The box-shaped houses of Spartan,
gray as old wimples, drip rheumy
tears from tin gutters. All of an ex expression,
pression, expression, with their second-story win windows
dows windows set fiat, like frogs' eyes, the
square parlor window with the shade
drawn and the slanting bit of roof
over the small front door. Much in
effect these houses dripping, as if a
statue done in the manner the Greeks
loved to chisel them, with eyes not
marred by pupils or irises, should sud suddenly
denly suddenly and without change of expres expression
sion expression thaw to tears.
Refore Steven Kineady's square square-faced
faced square-faced house the garden lay beaten into
the mud, buried half alive. A row of
geraniums with brown bruised heads
died as they waited for their usual
transplanting to tin can and kitchen
window-sill.
Within that kitchen, the rain hard
as sleet against the windowpane, and
beside the range a wool shawl and a
pair of woman's overshoes exuding.
Annie KIneady, her hair the color of
red coals, disheveled in her black
thick stuff dress and her large white
hands clasped at the back of her neck,
lay low In her rocker beside the range,
face upturned to the squat ceiling and
a rain of tears slashing ft.
"If only 1 was laying out next to
my baby, Llddy. If I only was !"
Opposite her, erect In a sawed-off
chair, Llddy Kineady swallowed
through so tight a throat that cords
sprang out in her long fieahless neck.
"It's a sin before the Lord that a
wife should take on so, Annie Beasley
Kineady a sin before the Lord, and
he could strike you down for it."
At that Annie Kineady leaned for forward
ward forward In her chair, wet Hps parted and
her bosom, high as Juno's, rising.
"Then why don't He, Llddy? Why
don't He?"
"Girl, girl, ifa afraid I am even to
listen to you, for fear you'll be struck
down before my eyes!" And she with withdrew,
drew, withdrew, shuddering, to the stove side.
"Why don't He? What I got left?
Whatr
"Ain't you got your husband? Tour
big. likely husband, girl? What In the
good Lord's name has got you? Come
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njiai wen, uu a jvui iiuguauui
"Yes, Liddy, but
"You that's been the one all these
three weeks to comfort him and keep
him away fmu the terrible blues that
gets him when he comes home nights,
ail of a sudden to turn like like this,
Annie."
"Yeh, to comfort hlra. To comfort
him. Bah '."
Liddy Kineady fell to fumbling deep
in a region of her black petticoat for
'irr handkerchief, blinking back the
oozing tears, and while she fumbled.
Uer streaming gaze fixed on nothing
ii particular between the range and
the indoor cistern. Rain battered like
;iepptr shot.
"To think I'm sitting here in my
in tlier's own house listening to his
n wife only five years after."
Five years!"
"Yes. Annie Beasley Kineady. five
years since that April morning you
stood up with him in the back parlor
.f your millinery shop and was mar mar-rii'd
rii'd mar-rii'd to him."
"(Jod. five years !"
"Five years, niic! you knew what you
was doing and hratcged about it. IF
wasn't a saint, but he wasn't a devil.
neither, and it is more'n you can ex expect
pect expect of any man he should be mor'n
mlddlln'."
"Oh. Llddy, what does a man's sis sister
ter sister know about
"Sister! Didn't I raise hlra like a
mother? Raised that boy, motherln'
him when I was so young I myself
needed a mother almost as bad as he
.lid."
"I know. Liddy. I know."
"Raised him like my own. You can
remember yourself when you was kids
together back In your own mother's
time, that there wasn't a boy In Spar Spartan,
tan, Spartan, from the Lowneys down, was
starchier of a Sunday than Stevey.
or
"Yes, yes, Llddy."
"Raised him and fed him by plait plait-tltf
tltf plait-tltf wire nettings when I ought to been
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

p!ay!ne dolls, tryin and slavin' to
keep that boy out o the Shelter home.
Don't tell me a sister don't know
-Liddy,-Llddy, St.ve ain't forgot all
you done for him.
-It ain't that! He's paid It back a
thousand times, working himself up
to assistant foreman at the Works,
and as good a brother as comes and
all. but don't say I don't know him.
Annie, anybody that's nursed a boy
from measles to marriage like I have
him."
"But, Liddy
'That's why I know what I'm talk talking
ing talking about when I say he ain't a drunk drunkard
ard drunkard in the bones, Steve ain't. His
father before him went through a few
bad years just like Steve, and after
his pledge lived in temperance till
he died in old age. It ain't in his
bones. Annie; it's only a tickling in
the palate."
,-That's what I thought, Llddy, those
three years while his breath was as
sweet as our'baby's, but
"It's the pledge that'll do the work
now. Anne."
"He he won't listen!"
"He's a God-fearing man, Anjle,
like hie father before him. If you
can only get him to take the pledge.
now that he feels himself sllppln
back. If you only can!"
"Oh. God, nothing counts."
"Sii-h I tell yuu it's just the hole
In his heart that drove him home that
way last night."
"And don't forget the night before,
and the night before that Three run run-nin
nin run-nin nights!"
"It's a drop to warm him, Annie,
before he comes home these first
nights to rind his little one uot here.
Just a drop to warm him."
"And what about me? What about
me? Do I need a drop to warm me for
sitting here day in and day out. my
baby gone? Do I?''
"It was always a sin before the
Lord I used to say, a man should
crowd the whole world out of his
heart over a child, and his being taken
this way proves it. It was a sin before
the Lord how he banked on that child,
ruining it with too much love. No
good can come of it, I always said,
and It's bard to live to see the day
how right I was."
"There there just never was a
father and baby ilke them together,
Liddy. You know for yourself there
just never was !"
"Now, now, dearie 1"
"And how he used to crawl on
all fours till his big bones ached,
Liddy, acting horsie for the boy to ride
him for hours, Liddy, till I used to
get scared the baby ..wouldn't sleep
from excitement, and grab him up and
off his tired old back."
"That's just what I'm saying to you,
Annie ; it's these evenings with his
baby gone have drove him back a bit.
The thirst ain't in his bones, I tell y4u;
It's only he's low, and when a big man's
low he"
"No, no, Llddy. I tell you he's got
the taste of It on his tongue and the
burn of it on his insides again after
these three years. He says himself
the burn Is like a pain that don't hurt
when when he gets that way. Says
It himself when the shame is on him,
and and he tries to to make it up
to me!"
"It's one drop too much can send
Steve off, Annie. Two glasses make
him silly where another can carry six
and you know it. Steve never got
rough from It in his life ; I've seen him
silly, but"
"God! I'd rather he came home
beating me than than the silly way
he does when he's that way. God,
when he gets silly !"
"But"
"I tell you It's his silliness, Llddy,
and the way he gets talking to him himself
self himself scares me more than his getting
rough would! You remember that
night he took all that cider over at
Joe's hallowe'en, .iddy, and how I
ran over to you clear across the rail railroad
road railroad tracks when he came home talk talking
ing talking to himself and tryin' to
"Now, now, Annie, that's aTl four
years passed and
"Passed! Like a flash when I seen
him come through the kitchen door
these last three nights, his eyes all
red; like a flash, I tell you, It comes
back to me."
"Annie, Annie, it'll come all right, 1
tell you. Wasn't 1 the one predicted
it was the child being born would get
him Intemperance, Annie, and didn't
It? For them three years wasn't his
breath as sweet as hay, and didn't I
predict It? Didn't I? You was happy
them three years. Annie, aivl
"Happy !" A fresh rivulet of tears
flowed scalding over her words, chok choking
ing choking speech. "Why, I why. there
there just wasn't a thing about them
three years, Liddy, I I wouldn't live
over again. With our baby born, Lld Llddy.
dy. Llddy. all of a sudden Steve got like one
himself. When he came home nights
the way he used, to come in like a chox
choo. full of play, for the kid and

oh, my God !"
"Aunie Annie !"
"He was a new man, Llddy. It wa?
only ten months after he was born and
out of a dear sky that they made him
assistant foreman at the Works. Liddy
and ain't I told yon a thousand time
It was was the baby done ir. Used
to say, just to tense him. It was hi
sonny give him the raise."
"But it was a sin. 1 kept saying.
Ancle, a man should
didn't care, Llddy. that he didn't
seem to love nothing on God's green
earth but that child. I knew that, too
deep down in him for him to know it,
he was loving me too with every kiss
he gave the child. Lovin' me for beln'
Its mother. 1 never cared a bit, Liddy ;
when he r-am home evenings, you
know how big and clean he can look
"Wasn't it town talk when he was a
boy how May Wellington used to drive
past our house every evening in her
swell phaeton just for a glimpse of him
in the yard?"
"Her and her long nose! With all
her money, Steve couldn't see past
that."
(Continued Monday)
! TAX ASSESSOR'S ITIXJCRART, 1S23
l Ocala, all of February.
If for any reason you cannot meet me
at my appointments, kindly list your
property ana num it to me, or can at
the tax assessor's of fie In Ocala dur during
ing during February.
W. L. COLBEST,
12-21-tf Tax

Be S
ure
Y
ou re
Right
About
Your
Battery
Your battery may
seem to be so full of
life that you may con conclude
clude conclude everything is
O. K.
But it pays to be
sure, because batteries
sometimes die very sud suddenly,
denly, suddenly, right when they
seem to be in the best
of health.
Here at Battery
Headquarters we know
the facts before we tell
you either that your
battery is in good shape
or that it needs repairs
or replacement.
Everything's done
here according to Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard National Stand Standards
ards Standards of Service.
Ocala Storage
Battery Co.
Phone 348
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
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STOMACH TROUBLES
Indiana Lady Had Something Like
Indigestion Until She Took
Black-Draught, Then
Got All Right
Seymour, Ind. "Some time ago 1
had a sick Bpell, something like Indi Indigestion,'
gestion,' Indigestion,' writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, ot
Route 6, this place. "I would get very
sick at the stomach, and epit or vomit,
especially In the mornings.
"Then I began the use of Thedford'a
Black-Draught, after I had tried other
medicines. The Black-Draught re relieved
lieved relieved me more than anything that I
toch, rnd I got all right
.haven't found anything better
than Black-Draught when suffering
from trouble caused by constipation,
it is easy and sure. Can be taken in
em nil doses or large as the case calls
for."
When you have sick stomach. Indi Indigestion,
gestion, Indigestion, headache, constipation, or
other disagreeable symptoms, take
Black-Draught to help keep your
ystem free from poison.
ThedfoTd's Black-Draught Is madi
from purely vegetable Ingredients
acts In a gentle, natural way, and has
no bad after-effects. It may be safely
taken by young or old.
Get a package of Blade-Draught to
4ay. Insist on tie genuine, Thedford's
At your druggist's. KC-14'.
NOTICE OF AIIINISTBATOR
FOR FirALi LHSttAimi
In Court of County Judge, Marion
County, State of b lonaa.
In re Estate of Jennie f Alien,
Deceased.
i Viprphv piven. to all whom
it may concern, that on the 13th day
of March, A. L. ivzz, i snail appiy w
the Honorable L. E. Futch, judge of
said court, as judge of probate, for
my final discharge as administrator of
the estate of Jennie F. Allen, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, and that at the same time I will
present to said court my final accounts
as administrator of said estate, and
ask for their approval.
Dated January 14th. A. V. IVZZ.
S H. Gaitskill.
Administrator of the Estate of Jennie
F. Allen. Deceased. 1-14-Sat9t
XOTICE OF 5PECI4L MASTER'S SALE
dersigned special master, appointed by
January 6th. 1922, in a certain cause
wnerem j. vj. jonnson is conrpiamani,
and R. S. Rogers is defendant, I will on
offer for sale during legal hours of ale
m rront or tne soutn floor 01 me .Mar .Mar-ton
ton .Mar-ton county court house, in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, tne following described
personal property. io-wii:
One Cole Aero Eight, Sportster
type, automobile, motor number
Said automobile to be sold to satisfy
. 3 . 1
sai3 nnai aecree ani ciraw.
D. KIEL FERGTTSOX.
Special Master.
I W. DUVAI
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-T-Sat

"SOUND AND PROGRESSIVE"

Business methods in

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3 and courteous attention to the wants of customers and a desire to satisfy thpm

These things account for our steady growth.
Won't you let us enlist you as a customer?
Resources More than a Million

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Cash and Carry Self -Serve
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We are glad to announce that on Saturday the 18th
we will open to the public aj

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A NEW SEED MOUSE
WITH NEW SEEDS
We Give Mailorders Our Prompt Attention
"SUDDEN SERVICE" Seeds With Pep
Growing Stations in New York, Colorado, Michigan, Georgia,
Teneriffe Islands, Europe
If you visit our store once you will never think of seeds without thinking of us,,
because we have seed tor every use, and the thing about
it is that they are all new
See us for Cotton, Corn, Cabbage, Beans, Potatoes, Cucumbers, Melons, Cantaloupes, Peppers,
Tomato, Field Peas, Velvet Beans, Chufas, Okra, Garden Peas,
and in tact everything in the seed fine
GROWERS, JOBBERS, IMPORTERS, EXPORTERS FIELD and GARDEN SEED
"MINIMUM PRICE MAXIMUM QUALITY"
Ocala Seed & Supply Co.
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" The Fashion Center

ECONOMY DAYS
RATINES, BRIGHT SHADES
inches wide, the favorite fabric for spring

$1.25 yd.
loin, oily

and Carry Self-Serve
connection with our present store.
save money. Come to see us.
TEAPOT GROCERY

"Millions Now

JUDGE RUTHERFORD
YOU MAY BE ONE OF THEM
FREE BIBLE LECTURE BY
W. J. THORN, of Boston, Mass.
TEMPLE THEATER
OCALA, FLORIDA
Sunday, February 12th, 3:00 P. 'LL
SEATS FREE NO COLLECnON
Auspices International Bible Students Asso.

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QCALA OCCURRENCES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Mr. W. E Clark has returned to
his home in Mount Vernon, N. Y., aft after'
er' after' a two weeks' business visit to
Ocala.

Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Apalachicola gelect oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon
City fish Market. Phone 158. tf
"The Sheik," at the Temple Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The whole world has been talk talking
ing talking about the book. Now the whole
world is raving about' the picture. 2t
Miss Tuison of DeLand, a teacher
in the primary school who has been
staying with Mrs. Marsh, has taken
rooms with Miss Theo Wallis.
Circle B of the Baptist church will
have a sale of fancy work, cake and
candies Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
on the Ocala House porch. 10-lt
Get "Honey Boy" cakes for the
children. Most healthful cakes made.
Pure honey is the sweetening used.
Federal Bakery. 23-tf
Fresh meats and poultry. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf
' Mrsr R. T. Weaver has returned
from Atlanta, where she purchased a
beautiful line of millinery for the
Elite Shop.
. There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
' This is a Studebaker year.
Try our Parker House rolls. They're
delicious. Federal Bakery. tf
"The Sheik," at the Temple Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The whole world has been talk talking
ing talking about the book. Now the whole
world is raving- about the picture. 2t
We make none but the best pastries.
Patronize a home enterprise. Carter's
Bakery. x v6-tf
Circle B of the Baptist church will
have a sale of fancy work, cake and
candies Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
on the Ocala House porch. 10-lt
Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf
Mrs. Jean K. Austin, having spent
a few days with Mrs. C. F. Ben Benjamin,
jamin, Benjamin, at the home of Mrs. McCly McCly-monds,
monds, McCly-monds, has taken a room with Mrs.
R: S. Rogers on Fort King.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
. Sophie Mae PEANUT BRITTLE,
39c. per pound. It's good. At the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 7-5t
. The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com Company
pany Company sells the famous Hood tire. 3-ti
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby of Washington,
D. C, will probably arrive in Ocala
the latter part of February, and will
be the guest of the Misses Gamsby.
Circle B of the Baptist church will
have a sale of fancy work, cake and
candies Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
on the Ocala House porch. 10-lt

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Mr. and Mrs. King Cole, who haVej
been visiting their cousin, Mrs. John!
Brooks, and family, have gone toj
South Carolina to visit relatives.!
While they were in Florida they vis-1
ited several towns in the southern's
part of the state but like Ocala bet-!
ter than any they visited. They are
looking forward to next winter when
they will"retur nto Ocala for the sea-;
son. I

This is a Stadebaker year.
tf
You can get the famous Day Dream 1
Cold Cream jnly at the Court Pharm-
acy. Phone 284. tf
i
"Just like home made cakes," is
what the housewife says about our
cakes. Federal Bakery. 23-tf
The eight o'clock dancing club held
its regular fortnightly dance at the
Woman's Club house last night. The
music was furnished by the Hartzell
orchestra from Orlando.
BARGAIN
One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;
newly painted; new tires; $350.
ll-6t MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.
Barnard Spencer wants to make
your old mattress as good as new.
Phone 431. 4-6t
If you're not eating FEDERAL
bread, try it once, and well stand by
your judgment. Federal Bakery. 23-tf
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Saffold of Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio, popular winter visitors,
have taken an apartment at the home
of Mrs. Emily Green, where they will
be for the remainder of the winter.
& Vulcanizing Company.
tf
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phon 108. tf
Free air and a man to put it in right
at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Company. 3-tf
The Piggly-Wiggly salesman in informs
forms informs us that he has sold most of
the stock that he was to sell in Ocala
and that he is expecting to be allowed
to sell thirty shares that belong to
another city nearby.
BARGAIN
One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;
newly painted; new tires; $350.
ll-6t MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.
If you'll try the popular Day Dream
extracts to be had only at the Court
Pharmacy, you'll use no other. tf
Best cakes in town patronize
home industry. Carter's Bakery. 6-tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Billings re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon from a
week's motor trip to points in south
Florida and are receiving a warm wel welcome
come welcome from their many friends. They
will make their home with Mrs. Bill Billings'
ings' Billings' uncle, Mr. E. L. Parr.
See our valentines now while stock
is complete. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. GERIG. 4-6t
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Notice to the friends that I refused
Piggly-Wiggly stock to: I have thir thirty
ty thirty shares of preferred stock for sale
with one share of common free, that
I can offer you on the same terms as
before. Our Palatka store is now open
and I am borrowing these shares
from there. Address Piggly-Wiggly
Salesman, Colonial Hotel.

VALENTINES, large selection at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 7-ot
Get your baked beans and brown
bread at Carter's Bakery. 9-2t
"The Sheik" will be shown at the
Temple theater Monday, matinee and
night; prices, 25c. and 50c. Agnes
Ayres and Rudolph Valentine play
the leading parts. It will be remem remembered
bered remembered that Valentine played the lead leading
ing leading part in "The Four Horsemen." 2t
Miss Rena Smith returned today
from Atlanta, where she spent the
past week, combining business with
pleasure." While in Atlanta she was
the guest of the Misses McCorkle.
She also purchased her spring stock
for the Style Hat Shop.
BARGAIN
One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;
newly painted; new tires; $350.
ll-6t MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla..
Free service car at the Ocala Tire
Valentines, valentines, valentines.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 4-6t
Mrs. L. M. Murray, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Gregg and children and Miss
Mary McDowell, who have spent the
past week in Miami, arc expected
home tomorrow night. They made
the trip by auto, going via the East
Coast and returning via Tampa and
the West Coast.
Get your baked beans and brown
bread at Carter's Bakery. 9-2t
"The Stealers," a Robertson-Cole
super-serial, written and produced by
William Christy Cabanne, which will
be shown at the Temple theater to today,
day, today, is a page from life. It is one of
the most powerful dramas ever shown
on the screen. Admission, 15 and 25
cents. It
Mr. J. V. Doyle, of Jacksonville,
will be Ocala for a few days, repre representing
senting representing the stockholders of Piggly Piggly-Wiggly.
Wiggly. Piggly-Wiggly. While here he will make all
arrangements for the opening of the
local Piggly-Wiggly stores. Any
stockholder wishing to see Mr. Doyle
please phone the Colonial hotel.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
The famous BUTTERNUT bread is
made in Ocala only by the Carter
Bakery. 6-tf
The regular monthly meeting of
the Baptist Women's Missionary So Society
ciety Society will be held Monday, Feb. 13,
at 3:30 p. m., with Mrs. W. C. Jef Jeffords,
fords, Jeffords, 401 Oklawaha avenue. All Bap Baptist
tist Baptist women are cordially invited, also
visitors will be welcome.
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if you'll call phone 108. Main Street
Market. tf

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Three Great Services
SIMMY. FEB. 12ft

SUD J

11 A. M.
The Greatest Message in the Bible9'
3 P. M.
FOR MEN OVLY
"When A Man's A Man"
No Boys Under 12 Admitted
7:45 P. M.
"The Worth of A Soul"

BEAR CURRY

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED Salesman with car to
travel this county. This is a bona
fide preposition that pays well.
Write for appointment. D. M. Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, box 151, Lakeland, Fla. 10-6t
FOR SALE Nursery Stock, immed immediate
iate immediate delivery, kumquats, tangerines
and Parson Brown oranges. One One-year
year One-year buds on two-year sour stock,
at $1.50, delivered in Ocala. Joseph
Bell. 10-6t
WANTED Representative dealer for
Marion county for the Hupmobile.
For particulars apply to Black Black-Newkirk
Newkirk Black-Newkirk Motor Co., 314 West Mon Monroe
roe Monroe St., Jacksonville, Fla. 10-3t
FOUND An automobile rim, casing
and tube. Owner can get same by
identifying property and paying for
this ad. Call at the Crescent Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Company. 9-6t
FOR SALE Pretty bungalow, beau beautifully
tifully beautifully shaded, on -acre town lot.
Must be sold. Price $750. Miss
Isabel Burton, Sparr, Fla. 9-lt
FOR SALE S. C. R. L. Red cockerels
$ 2and $2.50 each; White Leghorn
and Barred Plymouth Rock eggs
$1.50 for 15 eggs. Mrs. W. M. Mills,
Morriston, Fla., R. 1, Box 107. 9-6t
FOR SALE Chandler Dispatch, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition; a bargain at $675.
Norman Home. 7-6t
PAINTING If its house painting, in interior
terior interior decorating or furniture re re-finishing,
finishing, re-finishing, your job is not too large
nor too small. We do them all. Just
call phone 562. J. H. West, painter
and decorator, 117 North Sanchez
street. 9-6t
FOR SALE Large 10-room house
furnished or unfurnished; corner
lot 80 x 210 with garage; fine loca location
tion location and neighborhood. See L. M.
Murray, 180 E. Fort King. 6-6t
FOR SALE Second hand one-horse
wagon; second hand feed crusher;
also wanted to cut or saw your
wood. Call Phone 368. D. N. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. 2-6-6t
SHOE REPAIRING A new man has
opened a shoe repairing shop sec second
ond second door from Masters' dry goods
store, 201& North Magnolia street,
west of courthouse. I repair your
shoes at $1.50 and $1.75. 2-7-lm
SUBURBAN FARM FOR SALE 10
acres best hammock land just two
miles out on hard road. Land clear-
oiHc 80 PER CENT OF ALL
'sS&i1 HEADACHES are due
'X ST to eyestrain or
yj't. muscles.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
NOTICE, U. D. C.
weak
Dickison Chapter of ihe U. D. C.
will hold its regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting at the home of Mrs. T. S. Tran Tran-tham
tham Tran-tham Friday afternoon at 3:30. All
visiting Daughters are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Sec'y.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

VWAL

ECTS
AND BIG CHOIR

ed, fenced, with five-room house,
and other buildings. Price right. S.
S. Savage Jr. 4-12t
FOR SALE Horse and wagon. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. J. Hogan, North Ocala. 6t

FOR RENT An exclusive furnished
apartment in Lynwood Park; five
rooms, electric lights, electric stove,
all modern improvements; garage.
Apply to Joe Bell or E. S. Ger Ger-nant.
nant. Ger-nant. 12-tf
FOR SALE Violin cello, strung and
in excellent condition; good bow. An
unusual bargain at $25. Mrs. B. G.
Cole, 402 E. Fifth street. 24-tf
AUTO TOPS We are prepared to
furnish high grade auto tops on
short notice and at reasonable
prices. Phone 258. Quick Service
Auto Top Co. (next to Dixie High Highway
way Highway Garage) West Broadway. 31-tf
I S3
An Investment 1
I TO NET 12 PER CENT.
A Florida Corporation en-
f gaged in an essential indus- g
1 try and the largest of its kind jj
1 in the United States, doing j
H business almost exclusively jt
H in the state of Florida, will
g sell a portion of its 8 cu- g
H mulative preferred shares,
with common stock bonus, on
a basis to net the investor
about 12 per cent. For de-
H tails of this investment write
I to
1
XX, P.O. Box 4284
Jacksonville, Fla
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E. A. STROUT
Farm Agency
Thorn & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, City Property
and Unimproved Land for Sale
OFFICE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 282 OCALA, FLA.
BARGAINS IN NEW AND
USED BUILDING MATERIAL
Salvaged Lumber, clean and
new appearing, mostly No. 1,
Y. P $8 to $18 per M.
Hot Air Heaters guaranteed to
heat 8-room house .... $50.00
Six-Light White Pine Window
Sash in perfect condition,
price 75c. each
100,000 Gal. Wood Tank and
Screen Doors, in perfect condi condition
tion condition ....75c.
Tower less than M price.
NEW PLUMBING GOODS
Five-ft. Enameled Baths, guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed $25.60
Enameled Lavatories with
Apron .$8.60
Water Closets complete with
enameled tank, china bowl,
guar, seat $22.50
Write for complete nrice lists.
The Camp Johnston Salvage Co.
Box 48, Jacksonville, Fla.
Relieved
72 Hours
Without Drugs
Fains m Heart, Chest. Shoulder, Arms-
Angina Pectoris Difficult Breath. Smother Smother-ins,
ins, Smother-ins, Dizzy, Fainting Spells, Dropsical Swell
ings. Albumen and Sugar, hare been perman.
ently relieved within 72 hoart to 2 wk,
without Drag and Madicin, in thousands
of cases, by The Walden Method. 95 ot
sufferers of Heart Trouble, Cardiac Asthma,
Angina. Blood Pressure, Threatened Paralysis.
Hardened Arteries and Kidney Complaints
have no organic trouble and can be promptly
and permanently relieved by The Walden
Method, without drugs. Write for 88 page
book, copyrighted, explaining the Nature.
Causes and Permanent Relief of these com complaints,
plaints, complaints, without drugs. Scientific Consultation
Chart. References, etc, which will be sent to
sufferers Free, upon receipt of a statement of
their case. Address: The Walden Institute,
Suite 407. Plymouth Elds. New Haven, Conn.
MTlfK OP APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby given, that the u.i u.i-Tersisjned
Tersisjned u.i-Tersisjned will apply to Honorable V.
y Bullock, judse of the fifth judicial
;-ircuit court of Florida, in and for
Marion county, at uis office in Ocala.
Florida, on
TtieMla.v, nth 1j of Marrk, A. D. 1922
for letters -patent to -be issued to the
(1'tTHKKS BKXKVOLKNT COMMUNI COMMUNITY"
TY" COMMUNITY" oOCIKTY. of Anthony. Marion
rounty, Florida.
The character of said corporation is
leemosynary.
The object of said corporation is to
promote by co-operation of its mem--'il-Fs.
the literary, social, scientific and
moral welfare and advancement, of its
memtters. and other colored women and
arirls. of the community- in which the
society is located, and throughout the
state of Florida, and to srive aid as an
organization to all worthy and philaH-s
rhropic movements and objects, and (by
organized efforts to foster, encourage,
aid and support the general welfare of
colored women and girls in the state
of Florida, and all efforts affecting
their interest?; and to further the pur purpose
pose purpose of this corporation, to organise
-ubordinate societies, su-bject to the
jurisdiction of the head society,
throughout the state of Florida: to
care for the sick and to bury the dead.
The original charter will be on file
in the office of clerk of circuit court,
Marion county, Florida, during the
period reqtrired for the publication, of
this notice. V
This February 10, A. D. 1922.
MATTIE F. ARNOLD.
PAXNIE G. IRVING. -CORA
IRVING.
HATTTE WHITE.
ALBERTA JOHNSON,
2-lJ-5t-Sat ALS.

Ct jPano CorrfriLuies !ef?nemerM

Gnfertainmenz, education to meJIome

Just the Qrand
you've wanted
YOU have always wanted
a Grand just small enough,
to fit easily into your home.
MftTHUSHEIC
.GRAND,
Come and play this grand for
yourself then you will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate its graceful design and
sweet tone.
efto Uprights mmd taym
of the f adorns
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Sold on Easy Terms Terms-KELLEY
KELLEY Terms-KELLEY MUSIC CO.
Gainesville, Florida.
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YOU PEOPLE OF
Marion County are Invited to the
Sub-Tropical Midwinter Fair
ORLANDO
SIX COUNTIES SHOWING
IT IS YOUR FAIR SINCE YOUR EXHIBIT
IS THERE

BIGGEST RACES IN STATE SEVENTY
HORSES TRAINING

: Plenty of Amusements,

x Poultry Show, Great Citrus Festival
.......... .....

ALL ROADS LEAD TO ORLANDO
Feb. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1922
W. R. O'NEAL, Pres. C. E. HOWARD, Sec.

COTTON SIFTFJrh POTATO

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ALL KINDS FIELD AND GARDEN SEED I
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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 pf
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 h5
can secure only a limited quantity.
IRISH POTATO SEED Red Bliss, per 150-lb. sack, $6.90;
Spaulding Rose, $5.75; Irish Cobblers, $5.75. fS)

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OCALA EXCHANGE & HIDE CO.

Phone 400.
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PHONE 71
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Carmichael Block
Wc Ship Our Ice Cream
anywhere within 100 miles of oar fac factory.
tory. factory. We guarantee it to arrive in
first clasp condition and to stay sq
without further icing for a reasonably
long period. Pealers and others using
ice cream in quantities should commq commq-nicate
nicate commq-nicate with as asking for our special
terms.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO
Phone 94
TRY
A GOOD MEAL JS ENJOYED
supremely only when the environment
is idea!. You will find in our restau restaurant
rant restaurant that the choicest foods are pra?
pared in the best way and served,
fautlessly. In fact we pride ourselves
veiy much on our surroundings, and
service. Everything the best.
lWTc SANITARY
Ak the Hotel Inspeetop
DAVIDSON'S
FREE DELIVERY
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