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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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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WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday probably rain and cooler in extreme north portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 60; this afternoon, 76.
Son rises tomorrow, 7:07; sets, 6:15.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 38
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According to Public Service Test, Has
Considerably the Edge On
Athletics

(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 14. The supposed supposedly
ly supposedly national heroes of the diamond,
gridiron and screen do no.t stand so
high with high school and college
students, it was learned today when
the Institute for Public Service made
public results of the national current
history test taken by more than 2000
pupils. Twenty thousand averaged
only forty-six per cent on ten ques questions
tions questions about baseball, football and the
movies. Of 5000 seniors more knew
about deValera, Lloyd George, Briand
and Leonard Wood than about the
winner of last year's baseball world
series. Some identified Christy Mathe Mathe-son
son Mathe-son as the man who sold out the 1920
world series.
MINERS DEMAND WAGE
SCALE BE MAINTAINED
(Associated Press)
Indianapolis, Feb. 14. The wage
scale committee reporting to the spe special
cial special convention of the United Mine
Workers here today, declared "in a
most emphatic manner our opposition
to any reduction in mining prices and
insist that the present basis' of the
wage schedule be maintained."
FINES OR IMPRISONMENT.
FOR KENDRICK OFFENDERS
The men accused of ill treating J.
P. Milton of near Kendrick last
spring, and who pled guilty to the
charge, came before Judge Bullock
this morning and received the follow following
ing following sentences:
Will Chappell, $400 and costs or ten
months imprisonment.
Roger Lyles, Wesley Lyles and
Clyde Ray, each $250 and costs or nine
months. Roger Lyles tried to take
the responsibility for the offences of
another defendant, James Hooker.
James Hooker and Harvey Waters,
each $50 and costs or six months.
Harry Lee Bostick, $25.
The judge accompanied the sen sentences
tences sentences with a severe lecture to the de defendants.
fendants. defendants. It is believed the fines will be paid.
CROSBY STANDS BY
THE AGREEMENT
' Citra, Feb. 13, 1922.
Editor Star: Many friends have
asked me to become a candidate for
the Senate to succeed myself, and
many others have asked if I would be
a candidate.
I have been a citizen of Marion
county nearly twenty-two years, and
during that time the office of senator
has been filled by Marion and Sumter
alternately (both counties comprising
the twentieth senatorial district) Mar Marion
ion Marion furnishing the senator one term
(four years) Sumter the next term.
There may or may not have been an
agreement as to this rule, but such
has been the custom, and as long as
Sumter remains a part of the senator senatorial
ial senatorial district the people of Sumter
should be treated fair and right.
Sumter has furnished good and able
men, and while I would very much
like to return to the legislature again
as your senator, I will not be a candi candidate
date candidate for the Senate to succeed myself
if there is a good man in the race
from Sumter, and will feel that it will
be the proper and honorable thing to
do, to support Sumter county's candi candidate.
date. candidate. Very respectfully,
W. J. Crosby.
MR. HENDERSON'S BODY
WORTH MUCH MONEY
(Associated Press)
Macclenny, Feb. 14. Mrs. T. R.
Henderson today offered $1000 reward
for the body of her husband, is dead.
Henderson has been absent from home
since Wednesday and searching par parties
ties parties are scouring the country .for a
trace of him.
ELEVEN WAS THEIR
UNLUCKY NUMBER
(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 14. The failure of
Crawford, Patten & Cannon, members
of the New York Stock Exchange, was
announced today. The firm was or organized
ganized organized in 1911.
U. S. A. Unlimited Stretches of

Aridity.

Liners Leave Their Lanes and Tramps
Quarter the Seas, Trying to Save
One Man's Life

(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 14. A score of
ships from battered tramp steamers
to passenger vessels are leaving their
ocean routes today on a mercy mis mission.
sion. mission. They are continuing the search
for John Birkner, the sailor who was
cast adrift last Wednesday in an un unfrequented
frequented unfrequented part of the Atlantic.
Birkner is in a small boat which broke
adrift from a steamer seven days ago.
JACKSONVILLE POLICE GRAB
INDIANA EVIL DOER
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Feb. 14. The local
police today announced the arrest of
Charles Worrell, of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
wanted there in connected with the
theft last November from Mrs. Mar Martha
tha Martha Shordon of $6000 in currency
and $19,000 in liberty bonds. The ar arrest
rest arrest was made at the request of an
Indiana state secret agent who said
he trailed Worrell to this city.
BIG BRIDGE IS PAYING OUT
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Feb. 14. Receipts
from the county toll bridge across the
St. Johns river here were $10,605.02
during the month of January, while
expenses were only $3,139.87. With
a balance of more than $9,600 on hand
the first of January the sum of $10, $10,-500
500 $10,-500 was transferred to the bond
trustees, making a total of $72,300 of
the earnings since the bridge was
opend last July that has been applied
to payment of interest and retirement
of bonds from which the fund for
building the structure was derived.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
SHOP CHANGED HANDS
. (Associated Press)
Palatka, Feb. 14. The Stanton
Foundry and Machine Company here,
one of the best known and oldest in industries
dustries industries of Palatka, has been pur purchased
chased purchased by the Palatka Boiler and Ma Machine
chine Machine Company and hereafter will be
operated as the Palatka Foundry and
Machine Company.
The Stanton concern was establish established
ed established by Chris Stanton in the late nine nineties
ties nineties on a part of the site of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Southern railroad shop which had
been wrecked by the explosion of a
boiler in the machine department.
For many years the foundry manu manufactured
factured manufactured all the cast iron brake shoes
used by the Plant System on its Flor Florida
ida Florida lines.
BUZZARD WITH A BELL
PUZZLES PALM BEACHERS
(Associated Press)
West Palm Beach, Feb. 14. Palm
Beach county has a mystery and per persons
sons persons interested are attempting to
learn who put a bell on a buzzard seen
in the Everglades near Loxahatchee
Farms recently. W. A. Roebuck and
his son were hunting when they saw
a flock of buzzards congregated
around a dead raccoon. As the birds
rose they heard a bell ringing. One
buzzard held its head down as it flew
and attached to its neck was a small
bell.
It is understood here that an inves investigator
tigator investigator in Georgia or the Carolinas
about ten years ago released six buz buzzards
zards buzzards with bells around their necks in
an effort to study their migratory ac activities.
tivities. activities. One of the birds was report reported
ed reported as having been seen in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and another in Mexico.
DR. HORACE STANTON
HAS BEEN DREAMING
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Feb. 14. Angels
communiacte with each other by tele
pathy and converse with men by the
same means, Dr. Horace Stanton, sec
retary of the Presbyterian Ministerial
Association and a student of phychic
phenomena, declaredlast night in ad address
dress address here.
Miss Lila White of Jacksonville ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala this afternoon. Miss
White is the state president for the
Business and Professional Woman's
Club and it is with a great deal of
pleasure that the club members look
forward to her yearly visit to the
local club.

Sixteen Lives Lost and Twenty-Two
Wounded Since Disorders Broke
Out Saturday

Belfast, Feb. 14. (By Associated
Press). Shooting broke out again in
North Howard street this morning but
no casualties were reported. Four
children wounded in yesterday's bomb
attack in Weaver street died during
the night. Twenty-two persons were
injured. The deaths following the
disorders since Saturday night now
total sixteen.
SNIPING IS SEVERE
Belfast, Feb. 14. (By Associated
Press). Snipers continued to operate
in disturbed sections of Belfast today
and by midday the death roll since
Saturday was increased to eighteen.
and the wounded reached fifty...
VOLUSIA COUNTY'S JAIL
SEEMS TO BE LEAKY
(Associated Press)
DeLand, Feb. 14. Six negro pris prisoners
oners prisoners in the Volusia county jail escap escaped
ed escaped last night, breaking out of their
cells and picking a hole through the
brick wall. Four, including one
charged with murder, were recaptur recaptured.
ed. recaptured. Two are still at large. Several
prisoners escaped from the jail in the
same manner a few weeks ago.
MR. HARDING IS AGAINST
THE EX-SERVICE MEN
Doesn't Seem to Want the Boys To
Have the Bonus They So
Richly Deserve
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 14. President
Harding is unalterably opposed to en enactment
actment enactment of the special taxes suggest suggested
ed suggested to finance the soldier bonus or to
return to those taxes "which have been
repealed, it was stated officially today
at the White House.
EDITOR FARMER AROUSED
(Bronson Times-Democrat)
This is a wicked age and public
morals have become so lax that the
most heinous crimes against society
scarce cause a protest, even the sense
of shame being deadened. Recently
two most bestial crimes against young
girls have been committed at Willis Willis-ton,
ton, Willis-ton, deeds so revolting that had they
occurred in the old days of chivalry
when men had red blood and were
proud to, protect the virtue of their
womanhood, Judge Lynch would have
held quick court and there would have
been no division of opinion as to the
justice meted out. A white married
man (or a beast who walks on two
legs like a man) was placed in the
county jail charged with violating the
chastity of a little girl under sixteen
a child. Before a preliminary could
be held it is said that the father of
that poor little girl came to the jail
and offered to withdraw the charge
for a thousand dirty dollars. That
was the price this noble (?) father
put on the soul of his little girl. Can
you imagine it? Later, it is said, this
father went in person to State Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Crews and told him to release
the prisoner as no one would appear
agaiifst him. Another citizen of Wil Willi
li Willi st on who said that he represented
the sentiment of that town, asked
that he be released, so the jail doors
are opened and the man is free. But
sin is cumulative and sooner or later
somebody has to pay. Next a young
man, Felix Sapp, erroneously named
in our last issue as Ernest Sapp, see seeing
ing seeing the older man go unwhipped of
justice takes his sister's chum out in
a Ford on Sunday night, so it is al alleged,
leged, alleged, and most brutally ravishes her.
And this seems not to arouse the
sleeping blood of fathers and broth brothers,
ers, brothers, so the law will take its course.
But there is a law older than any
Florida statute which says: "The
wages of sin is death It is high
time that the sentiment which can
witness such tragedies unmoved was
undergoing a change and a more
strict parental protection thrown
around young girls whose virtue and
cleanness are the only hope of this
sinful age. Unless there is a moral
awakening, these crimes are but the
beginning of the utter collapse of our
social and moral fabric, a condition
unthinkable in this Christian age."
Utopia a place where the boarding
houses serve neither prunes, black
eyed peas nor canned corn.

Florida Farmers are Preparing to
Plant the Greatest Watermelon
Acreage in History

(Associated Press)
Gainesville, Feb. 14. Florida is
getting ready to plant the largest wa watermelon
termelon watermelon acreage in history, accord according
ing according to the federal bureau of crop
estimates here in its weekly review of
crop conditions in the state. From all
sections farmers "are reported prepar preparing
ing preparing to produce a crop the coming sea season
son season that will eclipse anything ever
known in the state. The bureau also
declared the cantaloupe acreage would
be increased. The outstanding feature
of the review is the statement that
far mlabor is "plentiful and willing to
work."
IMPORTANCE OF THE
BIRTH CERTIFICATE
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Feb. 14. The state
board of health in announcing that
during 1921 more births were regis registered
tered registered in Florida than in any year in
the history of the state, stresses the
importance of registration and calls
attention to the state law requiring
such procedure to establish legal
proof of citizenship. It is known,
however, the board states, that all
births are not registered, and largely
because of this reason Florida has not
yet been accepted into the birth reg registration
istration registration area.
In pointing out the importance of
registration the board states that
during the last year thirty-one copies
of birth certificates were certified in
order that Floridians might partici participate
pate participate in federal compensation of voca vocational
tional vocational training.
Birth certificates of two soldiers
who were killed in action during the
world war were certified in order that
their mothers might receive their war
risk insurance.
A Florida boy fifteen years of age
enlisted in the army and later sought
his discharge. A birth certificate was
required to prove his age before he
obtained his release.
A man born in Florida and who had
been known all his life as "Sollie," in inquired
quired inquired of the vital statistics bureau to
ascertain whether it was his real
name. The original birth certificate
revealed that his name was Morton.
A certified copy of a birth certifi
cate was furnished to prove the age
of a girl held in jail on a larceny
charge. Her release depended upon
the record of her statement as to age,
which did not agree with information
furnished by a relative.
In 1898 the late Dr. R. H. Dean, one
of the most widely known physicians
in the state, attended a birth in a
Florida home and while filling out a
certificate told the mother the record
would be needed some time. The child
grew up, became a soldier and lost his
life in Europe. His mother, who ap applied
plied applied for a copy of her son's birth cer certificate
tificate certificate in order that she might re receive
ceive receive federal compensation, said she
had remembered the statement of Dr.
Dean nearly twenty years before.
A birth certificate was required in
a Florida court recently as evidence
in an action for possession of an
adopted child.
A certified copy of a birth certifi certificate
cate certificate was furnished to help a Floridian
obtain a promotion in the navy.
A record of birth was requested for
use at a military trial.
One record was required in order
that a seven-year-old child, who was
born in America, might be brought
back from Spain.
Seventeen certified copies of certi certificates
ficates certificates were furnished for passports,
divorce cases, various court cases. and
other uses.
The board regards a copy of a
birth certificate as one of the most
important documents a person can
possess and is waging an intensive
campaign in an effort to have every
birth in the state recorded properly.
WHEAT PRICES TOOK
A RUNNING JUMP
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb. 14. Wheat prices
jumped as much as 6 cents a bushel
today at the opening of the Board of
Trade. The reason was the sensation sensational
al sensational advance in Liverpool and other for foreign
eign foreign market centers while United
States exchanges were closed during
yesterday's holiday.
A goblet is not a small sailor.

In an Airship, According to General
Patrick, U. S. A Will Soon
Be Undertaken

(Associated Press)
St. Louis, Feb. 14. An attempt to
cross the Pacific by airship will be
made soon, according to Brigadier
General Patrick, chief of the army air
service. He would not discuss the
statement further.
PILING OSSA ON PELION
Policy of Florida Authorities to Stack
Bonds Too High for Wire
Tappers to Pay
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Feb. 14. The five al alleged
leged alleged confidence men arrested here
last week in a raid on the wire tapping
headquarters, were held today under
$1000 bond each on the charge of at attempt
tempt attempt to defraud. Warrants charging
operating, a gambling house were im immediately
mediately immediately served and a hearing will be
hel don this charge "Friday. Indica Indications
tions Indications are that the authorities wjll pile
up charges and bonds on each until
the total sum is too great for them to
pay.
EX-SOLDIERS TRAINED
TO OPERATE VESSELS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 14. The goal of
a merchant marine manned by exclu exclusively
sively exclusively American seamen is drawing
near, according to reports on the sub subject
ject subject recently compiled.
During the past few months more
than 95 per cent of the seamen placed
on American vessels by the shipping
board's sea service recruiting bureau
were Americans, it was stated today.
When the bureau first began to func function
tion function less than 10 per cent of the men
placed were Americans. As time pass passed
ed passed and the idea of having all-Ameri-can
crews aboard ships flying the
United States flag grew the number
increased gradually.
Last fiscal year 68.8 per cent of the
men placed were Americans. From
July to November, 1921, the number
increased, so that now there are ships
which have 100 per cent American
crews aboard.
The final goal is to have every ship
manned by all-American crews, with
the shore establishments equally rep representative
resentative representative of the United States.
DONT PAY MORE
THAN THREE DOLLARS
United States Veterans' Bureau,
439 Peachtree Street,
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 10.
There have been reported to the
district office of the United States
Veterans' Bureau a number of in instances
stances instances in which attorneys are charg charging
ing charging claimants who applied for com compensation
pensation compensation or vocational training fees
in excess of the amount allowed by
law, which amount is $3 for each
claim filed.
The bureau has adopted the policy
of prosecuting every attorney or other
person illegally charging fees in ex excess
cess excess of three dollars for handling
claims against the bureau. It is not
necessary that a claimant take his
case to a lawyer, inasmuch as this
bureau will assist him in the prepara preparation
tion preparation of his claim and inform him of
the papers. necessary and will not
recognize any attorney in the presen presentation
tation presentation of any claim against the bu bureau.
reau. bureau. MANY SPUDS PLANTED
IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY
(Associated Press)
St. Augustine, Feb. 14. The plant planting
ing planting of Irish potatoes in the St. Johns
county section, especially around Elk Elk-ton
ton Elk-ton and Hastings, has been virtually
completed, according to reports re received
ceived received here. Approximately 16,000
acres have been set out in potatoes
this season and in many of the large
fields the vines are showing green
above the ground.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
B. AND P. WOMAN'S CLUB
The regular monthly meeting of the
club will be held tonight at the club
room 3. Miss Lila White, state presi president,
dent, president, will speak. After the regular
business meeting there will be a social
hour. All members are urged to attend.

Trying to Penalize Mabel Normand
And Mary Miles Mutter for The
Taylor Tragedy
(Associated Press)
Lynn, Mass.. Feb. 14 Local motion

picture houses at the request of the
city board of censors have discon discontinued
tinued discontinued showing pictures featuring
Mary Miles Minter and Mabel Nor
mand.
COAST LINE WILL BE ASKED
TO CHANGE ITS ROUTE
Brooksville, Feb. 14. Citizens of
Brooksville have revived discussion
of a proposal that the Atlantic Coast
Line change its route from Brooks Brooksville
ville Brooksville to Croom and by the building of
sixteen miles of track run the line
from Brooksville, through Spring
Lake and on to Trilby, makine the
latter place instead of Croom the con
necting point for the north, south
and east. The route was surveved

about seven years ago and at that
time it is said the railroad promised
that when the territory produced
enough freight to warrant operation
of the line it would be built.
IN MEMORIAM
Again the death angel has visited
our community to carry away one of
God's gentle women, and on January
8th, 1922, Mrs. F. Z. Wellhoner after
an illness of two weeks, passed calm calmly
ly calmly into that rest that awaits the chil children
dren children of God, over there.
Mrs. Wellhoner was beloved by a
large circle of friends who mourn her
going She is survived by her hus husband,
band, husband, Mr. F. Z. Wellhoner, of Conner;
two brothers, Messrs. E. D. Hogan,
of Kissimmee, and O. B. Hogan, who
lives in Brazil, S. A.; her sisters who
survive her are Mrs. J. N. Chalker, of
Rockledge, Mrs. J. M. Marsh, of Bush- -nell,
and Mrs. P. T. Wilson, of Ocala.
One son, Mr. F. E. Wellhoner, of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, and one daughter, Mrs. M. Long,
of DeLeon Springs, also survive her,
together with two adopted chfldrer'
who bear her name and live here.
Mrs. Wellhoner prior to her mar-
riage was Miss Donnie C. Hogan, and'
was born at Middleburgr Clay county,
Fla., May 14, 1850. At the time of
her death she was seventy-two years'
old. She married Mr. Wellhoner
September 24, 1875 and came to Con Conner
ner Conner to make her future home. She
united with the Missionary Baptist
church while a young woman and re remained
mained remained an active and consistent mem member
ber member of the Oklawaha Bridge Baptist
church up to the time of her death.
She was interested in all the work of
her church and was an active member
of the Woman's Missionary Society.
The impress of her beautiful life
upon the community in which she
lived cannot be estimated and the
good she did cannot be measured. Her
life was a blessing to all who knew
her and the silent but potent influence
of her words and deeds will live on
in the years to come. She has finish finished
ed finished her course and has gone to be with
her precious Savior and Lord. "Bless "Bless-her
her "Bless-her previous Savior and Lord. "Bless "Blessed
ed "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord
for their works do follow them."
To those who mourn for her we
would say weep not but rather "So
live that when thy summons come
to join that innumerable caravan
that moves to the pale realms of
shade where each shall take his cham- -ber
in the silent halls of death. Thou
go not, like the quarry slave at night,
scourged to his dungeon, but sustain sustained
ed sustained and soothed by an unfaltering
trust, approach thy grave, like one
who wraps the drapery of his couch
about him and lies down to pleasant
dreams."
Farewell, beloved, yet not for long,
farewell!
We're nearer heaven perhaps than we
can telL
A moment's breath, or want of
breath, and, lo!
Up thru the golden gates we, too, shall
go,
And greet thee in thy garments white
. as snow.
Ye are not far. Ah, nearer than we
dream,

Thy place and ours, a tiny step be between.
tween. between. When work is done and Heaven's bells
ring noon,
Well fold our working clothes, and
hasten home.
Clasp hands in glory, ne'er to part or
roam.
Farewell, beloved, yet not for long
fartfwtIL



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Hunting seasons ends tomorrow.

They should write it
whisky."

'sinthetic

Good money is what the people will
accept as good money.

Americans do not require passports
to enter Mexico, But it sometimes
requires a loud yell from Washington
to disenter them.

Our Frank Shutts of the Miami
Herald is nominated for a director of
the Associated Press. We see where
he has one vote cinched.

county. Certain if is that evry good
tree that does not) and is not likely

to, interfere with the road should be
left standing. It is an American fail failing
ing failing to destroy fine trees and be sorry
about it afterward. The state press
should wake the road department up
on this subject.

Floridians are hardly ever taken in
by wiretappers. But they make pret pretty
ty pretty good meal tickets for sellers of
phony oil, rubber and automobile
stock.

If the German scientist who claim claimed
ed claimed to have discovered synthetic gold
had lived in America we would have
thought he had been lighting up on
synthetic whisky.

Dispatch from Miami says an Am Amherst
herst Amherst scientist down there has seen a
large number of unusual spots on the
sun. Such news, coming from Miami,
is not surprising.
The "American Producers of Cuban
Sugar," whoever they are, are send sending
ing sending us propergander on "The Propos Proposed
ed Proposed Tax on Sugar." We will print
some of it, but they must roll a barrel
of sugar into the business office first.

The native women, of the Black
Forest of Germany still use the an ancient
cient ancient spinning wheel for spinning
their flax. But the native statesmen
of that country ues the most uptodate
methods for spinning their yarns.
In announcing the visit of William
Jennings Bryan to the South Florida
Fair, the Tampa Tribune says:
"America's greatest orator" will
speak. This leaves Park Trammell
out. Orlando Reporter-Star.
Park has never been left out yet.

A law banning cigarets as a "na "national
tional "national curse" was urged by the master
of the New Hampshire State Grange,
at the forty-eighth annual meeting re recently
cently recently held in Concord. We have so
many national curses that the nation
is becoming hardboiled.

Saw a picture in an exchange of a
professor and a professoress who were
traveling around the country, profess professing
ing professing to teach children to be healthy.
Both looked skinny and wore full full-grown
grown full-grown spectacles. Hard work and
good food will do more toward mak making
ing making children, and grownups, healthy
than science.

There is less news coming out of
Tallahassee than out of any other
state capital in the United States, and
it is noticeable that seldom any of it
is of a quality to give any offense to
a state official. Either we have an ab absolutely
solutely absolutely perfect set of state officials
or the correspondents in Tallahassee
are afraid to write all the truth.

The list published elsewhere of Mar Marion
ion Marion county premiums at the South
Florida Fair should be very encourag encouraging
ing encouraging to our people. It shows that our
section is strong for those products
that are worth the most in the suste sustenance
nance sustenance and comfort of life. Study the
list closely and realize what a good
part of the earth's surface you live on.

A lady who has always been pi-ompt
to realize the importance of taking
advantage of all natural aids to im improvement,
provement, improvement, has spoken to the Star
about the folly of cutting down a
number of big trees along the Dixie
Highway, now being built thru our

TOR THE SAKE OF VOTES"

Your Uncle Henry Ford may not be
classically educated, but he prints a
good deal of good sense in his Dear Dearborn
born Dearborn Independent, all the same. Fol Following
lowing Following is a chunk of it:
"The lower House of Congress after
solemn deliberation recently passed
an 'anti-lynching' bill. The vote coin coincided
cided coincided roughly with the partisan divis division
ion division of northern republicans and south southern
ern southern democrats.
"Theoretically, the object of the bill
was to reduce lynchings, which have

had for their most numerous victims
the negroes living in the South. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, the object of the bill was to
cater favor with negro voters, who
are numerous in some of the northern

voting centers.

"Theoretically, the opposition to the
bill was inspired by the altruistic be belief
lief belief that federal interference with

state officials for shortcomings in pun

ishing lynchings, is an unwarranted

and dangerous extension of federal
paternalistic rule. Actually, the oppo opposition
sition opposition felt that the southern voters
would resent any vote which might

be construed as catering to negroes

"Negro voters may look forward
with confidence to the appearance
shortly of some franked copies of the

Congressional Record in which the
sufferings of their race are eloquently

denounced. So, too, ardent upholders

of the Old South may enhearten them

selves with the thought that printed

patriotism, of their own particular

brand, will soon be delivered free.

"As for the bill, if it becomes a

law, there are few southerners who

fear that it will have any more effect

than did the constitutional amend

ment giving the negro the vote.

Neither do the northerners.

"But viewed simply as an arrange

ment of words, the measure is entire

ly commendable. So, too, would be

a constitutional amendment prohibit

ing murder."

Dispatches from Ireland ran in reg
ular order last week. One day a cou

pie of hundred Ulster men were kid kidnaped,
naped, kidnaped, the next they were not return returned,
ed, returned, the third a number of Ulster police
were shot down in cold blood, the

fourth deValera opened his large and

valiant mouth to denounce the., prac practical
tical practical measures for peace that a ma majority
jority majority of the Irish people seem to have
agreed upon for sake of their coun countryand
tryand countryand on the fifth it wa3 announc announced
ed announced that the British troops had stopped
their movement out of the island. The
powder is lying around loose all that

is needed is the spark.

If every town in Florida made as
good a fight against confidence men
as Fort Lauderdale is making, they

would soon be scarce in our state

Nor need the scarcity include confi

dence men alone. For once, we have
a governor who will back local au

thorities up to the limit of the law,

The stinginess and cowardice of the

so-called better element oi many
Florida communities is responsible for

most of the bootlegging and gambling.

Who is paying for all the stuff be being
ing being sent to the newspapers as argu argument
ment argument against the government letting

Henry Ford have Muscle Shoals? It

costs money to write it, money to
print, money to mail it. Somebody

with big money must have money to

lose and unwilling to lose it.

The exploits of Ponzi in Boston are

rivaled by Raymond Bischoff, whose

name is a combination of Norman

Teuton and Slav, in Chicago. He has
hypothecated the savings of some six

thousand Chicagoese, foreign born, to
the amount of between four and five
million dollars. There's a thousand

born every minute.

SHE'S JENNY LiND THE SECOND MARION COUNT V PREMIUMS

AT SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
Now, you folks that are stuck on;

Frieda Hempel read the following ; Best display of dairy products, first,
really sweet article about her from Best exhibit of manufactured and

the Miami Herald: u- incti-;0c first

Jenny Lind Reborn j Best exhibit of grain and forage by

Jenny Lind is more fortunate than

are the singers of today. The latter

have only the phoongraph to record

and perpetuate the memory of their

songs. Jenny Lind has Frieda Hem-

pel.

Invention has made remarkable

strides, and none of its achievements
is more remarkable than is the "de "development
velopment "development of the simple instrument
which recreates sound. But invention

stands balked in the present of hu

man personality, which cannot be re

born except in other human person personalities.
alities. personalities. Something like this was what

Frieda Hempel did for the great j
Swedish songbird, and that is why a I

thousand people or more who heard
her sing the other night will forever
carry the memory of a wonderful

night. It was more than great sing singing
ing singing it was a rebirth of a soul.

If she had not "gotten away with

it, the effort to reproduce a Jenny
Lind concert would have been rank

presumption. If the singer had pos possessed
sessed possessed nothing more than a remark

able voice, splendidly controlled,
which, of course, she does possess, the
evening would have been a burlesque.
Frieda Hempel must somehoV have
found the soul of Jenny Lind and

made it her own. Perhaps no one

was present who had ever heard the

earlier singer, but everyone who was

in the theater felt that Jenny Lind

was there also.

There was her endearing smile,

there was her simple, captivating

manner; there was her personality

that could not be resisted. Jenny

Lind reborn, with her bird-like melo melodies,
dies, melodies, became all tangled up in the
heartstrings of a Miami audience. It
was a never-to-be-forgotten experi

ence.

The army airship Roma, recently
purchased by the United States gov government
ernment government from Italy, was christened
with a bottle of liquid air. The bottle
was dropped from a free balloon on
the bow of the craft. Champagne is
now too scarce to waste christening
ships, air or otherwise.

The French government will erect
a monument to the last American sol soldier
dier soldier killed in action in the world war.
The American Legion will determine
the name of the soldier.

NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
Mrs. Beulah M. Warner, grand
matron of the Order of Eastern Stars
of Florida, will visit Ocala chapter
Wednesday evening, Feb. 15, at eight
o'clock. All members of Ocala chap chapter
ter chapter No. 29, O. E. S., are requested to
be at the hall at thi stime. Visiting
Stare are welcome.
Susan Cook, Secretary.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star, February 14, 1922)
Mrs. R. A. Burford, seeing the need
of a primary Sunday school training,
is organizing a class. Among the
pupils will be her honored husband.
The editor of the Star has been invit invited
ed invited to join the class and he has accept accepted
ed accepted the invitation, feeling the need of
this primary instruction. The class
will meet next Sunday with Mrs.
William Hocker.

J. B. Webb, manager of the Stand Standard
ard Standard Lime Co., of Kendrick, was a
business visitor in Ocala today.
Mrs. O. M. Eaton has been in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for several days, the guest of
Mrs. Howard Rudisell.
Little Miss Alice Sexton will enter entertain
tain entertain a number of her friends tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at her home in the
first ward with, a valentine party.
J. F. Edwards, manager of the
Ocala House, went to Tampa yester yesterday
day yesterday to attend a convention of hotel
men at the Tampa Bay.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star February 14, 1902)
Mclver & MacKay are building a
big phosphate plant at Croom for the
Buttgenbach company.
Miss Marion Futch, one of Gaines Gaines-viye's
viye's Gaines-viye's pretty young ladies, is expect expected
ed expected in the city tomorrow to visit Mrs.
T. E. Bridges.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark, after a
pleasant visit with their long time

nfriends, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson,

left today for Washington.
The citizens of Ocala are very en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic over the ladies of the

Woman's Club planning an Easter

edition. In a very short time this
morning the ladies requests for five
full pages of advertising and orders

for 2150 copies of the edition and they

have hardly begun canvassing for ad advertising.
vertising. advertising. The proceeds of this addi addition
tion addition will go towards the new club
house.

county, first.
Best collection of agricultural, min mineral
eral mineral and varies industries exhibit,
third.
Best box of pineapple oranges, first,

! Wartmann & Crosby, Citra; second,

Kendig Grove, Sparr.
Best Lue Gim Gong oranges, third,
N. W. Harison, Lake Weir.
Best box of Parson Brown oranges,
second, Mr. Roberts, Lynne; third,
Mr. Albertson.
Best box of Ruby blood oranges,
second, N. W. Harison, Lake Weir:
Best box of mandarins, second,
Mr. Roberts.
Best six boxes of magumi kum kum-quats,
quats, kum-quats, second, N. Wr. Harison.
Best box of Royal grapefruit, sec second,
ond, second, Kendig Grove, Sparr.
Best box of Ponderosa lemons,
third.
Best and largest display of pecans,
first.
Nancy Hall potatoes, first. -"-

Porto Rican potatoes, second.
Providence potatoes, other than
listed, second.
Largest and best pumpkin, first.
Patterson yams, first.
Best 50-lb. basket of Sea island cot cotton,
ton, cotton, first.
Best ten stalks of common Japanese
cane, third.
Best ten stalks of red cane, sec sec-ond.
ond. sec-ond. Best exhibit of syrup, four quarts
or more, second.
Best display of beeswax, five pounds
or more, second.
Best bushel of ear corn, second and
third.
Best ten ears of large variety corn,
first.

Best bale of pea vine hay, second.
Best bale of natal grass, first.
Best bale of beggarweed, third.
Best bale of each variety not nam named,
ed, named, first and second.
Best bale of oat straw, third.
Best peck of Valencia peanuts, sec second.
ond. second. Best peck of Virginia bunch pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, first.
Best peck of Brabham peas, first
and second.
Best peck of yellow cowpeas, first
and second.
Best peck of black cowpeas, first.
Best half bushel of Florida velvet

beans, first.
Largest and best display of velvet
beans, second.
Best peck of bolted grits, third.
Best exhibti of syrup by county,
third.

3?

Bargains Extraordinary
Do You Want to Buy Good, Honest
Merchandise all this Season's
Goods at HALF the New
Price? If so, go to
HE L V EN ST 0 N S

Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.

I V

in must be

Tie OhoroAJy Beautiful

Igttuce Cream

is the best means of
coaxing hidden dirt
from the pores and
properly preparing
the skin for applica application
tion application of the next
cream essential to
the individual need.

MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
1 12 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 113 two rings; residence
phr-ne 151. tt

TT fH . 1 1 1

& ne is onerinfi mis weeK. ana un

ci til March 1st. will sell all his Fall

(; )
and Winter Ready-to-Wear Goods
Positively at Half Price
The stock consists of Ladies' 1
Coat Suits; Cloaks, Skirts, Sweaters 4

Sweaters, Boys' and Men's ; Sweat

ers, and Men's and Boys' Fall and
Winter Suits.

This is a GREAT SACRIFICE SALE of honest, up up-jg
jg up-jg to-date winter merchandise. But the goods
must go. Also, we are offering GREAT
g) REDUCTIONS in Ladies' High Top Lace
Shoes Remember, a Special Sale at
& Helvenston's means something for
m YOU
E. T. H ELV ENSTON
!$ OCALA, FLORIDA

(M&& $mit

BARGAIN
One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;
newly painted; new tires; $350.
ll-6t MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.

TRANSFER
AND
proofSTORAGE

WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

yy I macu
II I. KL'RN

, PACK, SHIP
STOCK,

1AKOS, BAGGAGE.

MACHINERY,

ITURE, ETC.

Phone 296

SHOE REPAIRING

EAT AT THE MAXINE

I wish to announce that I have re returned
turned returned to Ocala and have opened a
shoe repair shop in the Powers build building
ing building on West Broadway, where I will

Best meals in the city for 50 cents. ibe pleased to see my old friends and

Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf

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

This is a Studebaker year.

customers. 10-6t

A. SLOTT.

666 is a prescription for Colds
Fever and LaGrippe. It's Ibe
most speedy remedy we know.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

E. A. STROUT
Farm Agency
Thorn & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, City Property
and Unimproved Land for Sale
OFtlCE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 282 OCALA, FLA.

The Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Com
pany sells the famous Hood tire. 8-tf

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BANANAS 35 cents per dozen at I
the U-SERVE Stores. 13-3t.

..

Cash and Carry Self -Serve
- i
Department
We are glad to announce that on Saturday the 18th
we will open to the public a
Cash and Carry Self-Serve
department in connection with oflr present store.
You will save money. Come to see us.
0. K. TEAPOT GROCERY



ocala mrntm& sham, wesday, pzzwa&y u, ua

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Don't have suc success
cess success with your
baking, today and
failure tomorrow.
Have perfect eco economical
nomical economical results
every time you
bake you can do
it if you use
(SMLWmSET
BAKING POWDER
If it were not pure
most dependable
most economical,
it would not be the
i
world's biggest sell selling
ing selling brand today.
No human hands
ever touch Calumet
it is made in the
largest and most
sanitary baking pow powder
der powder factories on
earth.
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you set a pound when you want it.
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SASH
DOOR
Ceo. MacKay S Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
vtni;m
Needham Motor Co.
Auto Repairing
We specialize on Ford and
Reo repair work
Phone 252
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 Tunc))
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am!
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 m
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leavt Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 :jn
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 Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 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 the city.
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will break a Cold, Fever and
Grippe quicker than anything
we know,prcventing pneumonia

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By
FANNIE HURST
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"Annie Annie, you "you wouldn't!"
"Wouldn't I? Watch!"
At a little after four came dusk to a
dusk-colored day; at five, night, with
the wind gone down and the rain faster
and finer, like spilling sands. The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Limited, with the shriek of a
maniac and without pause for Spartan,
tore neck and neck with its schedule
through the town, rattling its window window-panes
panes window-panes and the warning bell at cross crossroads.
roads. crossroads. At six o'clock a medley of steam
whistles rose like rockets from the
various roofs of the Wellington-Lowney
Wire Works, and five hundred workers
straightened and winced of crick in the
back.
In Annie Kineady's kitchen a lamp
burning against a tin reflector and
through a brilliantly clean chimney
threw a yellow patch out Into the pud puddled
dled puddled side yard. Annie Klneady drew
that shade and placed a thick plate of
thickly cut bread in the cen,ter of the
spread table. Strong smells of the
strong foods that wage-earners, and
not coupon clippers, are strong enough
to digest, rose from the range to the
ceiling and down again, warming and
thickening the room. The smell of
coffee came through finally, and the
sound of seething, and with her bril brilliant
liant brilliant head flung back against the rise
of steam, she pushed the over-boiling
pot to the rear of the stove, raised the
stove-lid and poked at the live coals,
their red flowing all over her.
Then she sat down in the low rocker
between the range and the Indoor cis cistern,
tern, cistern, but not back against it ; erect in instead,
stead, instead, with her ears straining through
the steady sound of rain and her
hands, where they closed over the
chair, white at the finger-nails.
At seven o'clock, and in some un uncertainty,
certainty, uncertainty, Steven Klneady turned In
at his gate ; came his footsteps around
to the side entrance, placed at uneven
intervals, and the sound of mud suck sucking
ing sucking as the shoes withdrew.
Within her chair and In a silence
that seemed to shape itself for some something
thing something shameful, Annie Klneady sat as
If the rivers of her blood had ceased
to flow.
Yet when Steven Klneady finally
flung open the door, letting in a fine
gust of wind and rain, he was smiling
and rubbing his great rough hands to together
gether together and shaking the spray from his
six feet of great bulk. Tiny drops lay
glistening on his sand-colored mus mustache
tache mustache and the shiny visor of his cap.
At the sink he even paused to remove
his oilskin jacket, methodically and
out of his habit of folding It, removing
his high, mud-caked boots and padding
toward her In socks of her own knit knitting.
ting. knitting. "Now, now, Annie, get up like a good
girl. You think I'm a little late and I
ain't all right, don't you? You
think"
"Quit!" she said, springing back
from his impending kiss. "Quit!"
He sat down immediately and
held out his hands toward the
range. His blue eyes, edged in long
lashes which curved like a child's,
were murky In the pupils and the
whites of them were inflamed with
Uttle threads of blood running
through. (
"Br-r-r! Cold!" he said, hunching
his great shoulders and rubbing his
palms rapidly to generate warmth
between them. "Cold!"
MAh-h-h-h !" He flung out his heavy
legs, slipping down in his chair, chin
in necktie. "Ah-h-h !" The smile grew
on his face as the indoor warmth and
dryness crept on his face, and he
closed his eyes arid lay back.
"Supper, girl," he said finally.
She leaned to him, her ear tuned to
his breathing, a second of doubt flash flashing
ing flashing over her as he lay quiescent.
"Steve Stevey, are are you tired?
Is that all's the the matter?"
"Tired."
"Or or have you been taking a
drop?"
"Quit your gassin."
Her incertitude went out like a
candle-light.
"Ugh!" she said.
"Supper first, girl, and then all the
gassin' you want.'
She ran her tongue around the rim
of her dry lips.
"There ain't going to be no supper."
"Supper, there's a good girl. "'Tup
pee, he used to call it. 'Tuppee da
dee.'
"There there ain't going to be no
supper.?
He opened his eyes, regarding her
through the blur of their wateriuess.
Plumbing & Electric Contractor
WILLIAM NEEDHAM
Licensed Plumber
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange

"Ehr
"You heard what I said."
"Eh?"
"I told you last night what would
happen If if you came home this way.
I I told you. And Cod knows I mean
it!"
"Aw, now, Annie, girl, supper first
and then
"I ain't here to be your dog Maybe
you think I am, but I ain't."
"I I don't think girl, I don't."
"There ain't money enough on this
earth to make me live through them
first two years with you again, with
your 'supper, girl' talk. I'm a woman, if
you want to know it. same as you're
a man. only being a woman the brunt
is on me. I've log my baby Just the
same as you've lost yours, and If the
truth is known, a little bit more, see see-lug's
lug's see-lug's I bore him."
At that he fell to whimpering
against the back of his hand.
"I've got the same kind of heart
beating in me that you make so much
fuss about beating in you, only, being
a woman, I don't soak it in alcohol
when trouble comes. I'd sooner stick
a knife in me right here before you,
Steve Klneady, than live through
them first two years with you again. I
told you last night, Steve Kineady,
what, would happen if you came home
without having the pledge signed in
your hands and your eyes clear, and
before God I mean It. I mean It
He held up a hand so lax at the
wrist that it florped.
"Annie," he said, leaning beyond the
chair arm and with the wateriness
overflowing his eyes, "I'll be all right
In a minute, Annie girl. Little sick,
that's all. Weather. Get supper, girl.
I'm all right. Dadee's all right, girl.
'Giddy-app,' he said that night to me
out of a clear sky when he lay fever fevering,
ing, fevering, 'Giddy-app.' Beat that! 'GIddee
app' !"
Withholding herself there against
the wall she yearned toward him,
pressing back with tight lips the sobs
against them.
"Steve, ain't I your wife? Don't I
count for nothing? Is all the man In
you layln' out there In in the little
grave? Ain't you got nothing for me
that's left? Ain't we got each other,
Steve; ain't"
"It's a germ, the doctor said, a germ,
that's what meningitis is, a foreign
germ that got him."
"But, Steve
"That night in Liddy's bed the little
fellow so used to his own little bed,
took"
"For God's sake, Steve, don't begin
that. I can't stand it. It'll kill me!
Drive me out! I tell you that was
way back eighteen months ago, and
you yourself wanted me to go when
Beasley died."
"It was the foreign germ, that's all I
know. How'd he get them foreign
germs, I'm asking, if he didn't get it
outside home? What's foreign but
outside home? How'd he get 'em? Not
in his own little bed, by God, because
that's where I tucked him in myself
every night. It was that d n trip to
St. Louis killed my
"Steven the stove!"
He had risen now, steadying the
great bulk of him against the table
and moving toward her between it and
the range.
"Steven '"
He veered sharply away from the
stove and toward her.
"Get my boy, d'ye hear? By God,
you get him! It was your foreign
germs. Get him, by God, or
"Steve!"

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Zf did not even complete the ges gesture,
ture, gesture, but Instead fell sobbing, with his
face burled in the back of the rocker
she had vacated ; and even as she re recoiled,
coiled, recoiled, with her great bronze head
flung back from him and quivering
with outrage, as If the very withes of
her were unwrung. In spite of her, she
yearned toward him, her" compassion
flowing ver her like, warm waters.
"Steven! she cried, reaching out.
"Get my boy, br God ; you get him."
"Steven, you're crazy with
"Shut up," he shouted, raising his
head from his arms and regarding her j
through Inflamed eyes. "By God, shut j
up or get out. Shut up My boy 1 Get J
my boy, d'ye hear?" He rose and cam
crazlly toward her, with his head for-
ward like a bull lunging. j
With a cry that rose somewhere
from the primordial depths of her. An-
nle Klneady leaped backward from
him, laid hold by a rage that sent the
blood darkly up into her face, overlay overlaying
ing overlaying her heavy white skin, cream-like In j
Its thickness, and on up Into her hair, j
where it poured back from her brow. I
"You now You now I" Springing
back, she held herself well away from
him. "No, you don't No you don't V
Her hat and a wool coat dangled
from a peg, and, with a challenging
gaze which she did not once remove
from him, she slid Into them. A
strapped telescope, bulging like an old
hassock, stood by. She reached for It
edging along the wall and from him.
She was breathing so that even the
side of her which sagged to the con considerable
siderable considerable weight of the telescope rose
and fell in her travail.
"You," she cried with her hand
finally on the knob and her hat fallen
half back from her great bronze bell of
a head, "you crazy devil, you! Why,
you don't even get drunk like a man.
You only blubber 1 Now, Steve Klneady,
stand and stare, you Crazy devil,
you. Shut up or get out? Eh? Shut
up or get out Well, then, crazy devil,
you watch! Watch!"
"Annie, girl! Annie and in the
face of the slammed door he fell for forward,
ward, forward, weeping weak" tears Into the
rocker seat.
Outside the rain came down like
pins, pecking and pricking. When An Annie
nie Annie Kineady, plunging through the im im-dralned
dralned im-dralned streets, reached the railroad
tracks, her skirts clung so that she
stopped for a moment In the down downpour
pour downpour to wring at her hems and the flare
of her jacket.
The lights of the village burned
through the wall of rain like the
glazed eyes of the dying, but In Spar Spartan
tan Spartan the nights are long, and even as
she walked the tracks tie by tie, she
could see them blink out In the box box-shaped
shaped box-shaped houses, except In the glazier's,
whose wife lay low of typhoid-pueu-monia,
and In Abe Brodle's, made sim simple,
ple, simple, poor soul, by sunstroke, and who
loved to count far Into the night imag

inary ransoms of imaginary kings.
Across the tracks and in the hollow
an unaccustomed lamp In Liddy Kin Kineady's
eady's Kineady's side window burned without
flicker. But Annie Klneady gathered
her strength and ran, A whistle rose
off the flatlands behind her. She ran
faster, her black skirts flapping about
her and a wisp of black veil flying
back. At the dim station, low and
squat as a hut, the telegrapher raised
up, regarding her from under his eye eye-shade.
shade. eye-shade. "H'llo, Annie.
"H'llo, Joe."
"St. Louis r
"Yes."
(Continued Tomorrow)
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from the very simplest to the most
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ask

QCALA OCCURREIIGES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
Miss Grace Brooker was a week-end
guest of Tampa relatives.

EUTAWAH CLASS MEETING

MARCUS FAGG HAS
LOST HIS MOTHER

The SHIEK will be run again at the
Temple tonight. & It
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Ask for Stearns Day Dream face
powder, rouge and talcum at the Court
Pharmacy. ; tf
Mr. Clem Claudy of Talladega, Ala.,
arrived in Ocala today for a short
business trip.

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

We make none but the best pastries.
Patronize a home enterprise. Carter's
Bakery. 6-tf
The SHIEK will be run again at the
Temple tonight. It

Mr. John Pasteur, who has been
quite sick at the home of his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. C. S. Cullen, is improving
slowly.

Guaranteed vulcanizing at the Ocala
Tire & Vulcanizing Company. 3-tf

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

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

Mr. and Mrs. John Good expect to
leave tomorrow morning for Orlando,
where they will spend a few days at
the fair.

The SHIEK will be run again at the
Temple tonight. It

Free air and a man to put it in right

at the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Company. 3-tf

The Eutawah class of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Sunday school met Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in its new class room in the

new church. The room is on the sec second
ond second floor of the new wing of the

church and has plenty of light and air

because of its numerous windows.

These windows were the chief source

of entertainment at last week's meet

ing. Almost the entire afternoon was
spent in dressing them in their new
custains. As will be remembered the
class planned that this meeting shonld
be a shower of all sorts of equipment
i'or its new room. The showed turned
out to be more like a cloudburst.
There were tabourets, fern dishes,
vases, curtains, table runners, pillows,
rugs and everything else that goes to
make an attractive room. The largest
drop in the shower was a piano which
one of the girls gave to the clas3.
The class planned to buy its other
furniture immediately and will soon'
have a full quota of chairs and tables
to go with the accessories already in installed.
stalled. installed. The room is very pretty with
its newly stained floor, new rugs,
fresh curtains and other decorations.
Miss Edna Bryce and Mrs. Sam Phil Phillips
lips Phillips were the hostesses of the after afternoon
noon afternoon and served ice cream cones to
the exhausted workers.

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.uany inenus uiruuguuui i- iui ma oa j
Marcus C. Fagg, superintendent of
the Children's Home Society, will be I
erieved to learn of the death of his

mother, Mrs. Mary Fagg, eighty, who
passed away in Madison, Wis., on last
Friday afternoon. Mr. Fagg was ap apprised
prised apprised of his mother's serious illness
last Monday, and left Jacksonville
immediately for Madison, where he
arrived in time to bid her good-bye.
Times-Union.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR RENT On Orange avenue,
two miles south of Ocala, 40-acre
farm. J. T. Nelson, 211 N. Main
St., Ocala, Fla. 14-tf

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FOR RENT Furnished apartment, j
Call phone 578, or apply at 603 East
Second street. 14-tf

Just the (jrand
you've ewanted

Ocala seems to be losing most of
its interest in its war heroes. A young
man in the uniform of a sergeant of
the Marine Corps was in town yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and few turned their heads to
look at hun, tho three or four years
ago he would have been a center of
attraction. The young man had a
war record to go with his uniform
also. His name is Raymond G. Do Do-herty,
herty, Do-herty, and he has jusf received his
discharge after four years of honor honorable
able honorable service. He was for nineteen
months in France and. Germany and
was a participant in the fighting at
Belleau Wood. He left this morning
for Plant City and Tampa and from
ther will go to New York.

Fresh meats and poultry.
Street Market. Phone 108.

Main
tf

The famous BUTTERNUT bread is
made in Ocala only by the Carter
Bakery. 6-tf

The choir of Grace Episcopal church
will meet tomorrow night at the
church for rehearsal. It is hoped that
there will be a full attendance.

Queen Quality bananas 35 cents per
dozen at the U-Serve Stores. 13-3t

Best cakes
home industry.

in town patronize
Carter's Bakery. 6-tf

. Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf

Mr. W. A. Redding, vice president
of the Florida National Bank, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, was in Ocala '"Cisiting his
mother, Mrs. E. J. Redding, over the
week-end.

For that run down condition of
stomach, liver and kidneys, along
with depleted nerves, take Chiroprac Chiropractic
tic Chiropractic and get wel. See Dr. Kiplinger,
at Ocala House. 14-6t

Queen Quality bananas 35 cents per
dozen at the U-Serve Stores. 13-3t

About twenty-five young people of
the high school paid the Star office a
call today. They were the students
in science I, who were making a round
of the industries of Ocala, each day
visiting several. Instructor Fried Fried-lander
lander Fried-lander was with the class. They visit visited
ed visited the cress room, were shown the
mechanical working of the press and
then paid a visit to the upper regions,
inspected the composing room and the
linotype and peeped in at the editor's

room. They also expected to visit our
city electric light and water plant, the
Ocala Steam Laundry and the ice
plant.

The young man who is ambitious for
success in business should understand
first of all the value of thrift. It is
not through the flash of genius or the'
magic of good luck that permanent
and substantial success is brought
about But rather there is a combina combination
tion combination of elements of which thrift is the
fundamental and most important.
Delve as deeply as we may into the
annals of any notable and permanent
busines success and we shall find that
thrift is the framework of the struc structure,
ture, structure, writes S. W. Straus, president of
the American Society for Thrift. This
Is a lesson that every young man In
America today who Is striving to get
ahead in a business way should learn.
He must have courage, initiative and
a restless aggressiveness. He must
have good judgment, equilibrium and
patience. He must have the quality
of hard work and the fortitude to
stand knocks and blows. And, at the
very heart and core of all his activi activities
ties activities there must be thrift.

FOR SALE Caille 5-speed rowboatj
motor; magneto ignition"; self-start- J
ing device; new; in perfect running j
condition. Cost $130. Will sell for
$S5. J. J. Williams, Homosassa, j
Fla. (or call Ocala House Monday'
night.) 14-6t

FOR RENT Rooms for light house

keeping. Special terms to local
party. Call 34 Sanchez street, or
phone 238. 14-3t

LOST On Dixie Highway Thursday j

near Ocala, a box containing a
cerise taffeta evening dress. Notify
and receive reward. Mrs. F. C.
Paul, 2822 Nebraska avenue, Tam Tam-.
. Tam-. pa, Fla. 13-3t

Children should never be forced Into
a line of work for which they show no
aptitude, but should be given the op opportunity
portunity opportunity of picking their own field for
life work, according to Dr. Edward J.
Kempf, a New York psycho-pathologist
and author,, in an article in the
New York Sun. "Many parents unwit unwittingly
tingly unwittingly warp their children's whole
lives because they fail to realize the
vital importance of letting the child
pick Its own natural bent," says Doc Doctor
tor Doctor Kempt 'Every child is born with
certain strong passions love, hate,
fear hunger and the like. Frequently,
the child Is so hedged in by 'don'ts'
and taboos, and by being forced to do
things unsuited to Its character, that
Its personality Is sacrificed. However,
children should be encouraged in all
lines to Insure uniform development,
according to 'Doctor Kempf. Dancing
and dramatic work are particularly val valuable
uable valuable In developing poise and orig originality,
inality, originality, he thinks.

TRANSFER SERVICE Get Cordrey
Bros, to do your hauling and mov moving;
ing; moving; anything anywhere. Prices
reasonable, prompt service. Call
phone 434. Cordrey Bros. tf

WANTED To buy, small sawmill
with capacity of 3000 to 4000 feet
per day. Address J. L. Smith,
Ocala, Fla. 13-6t

YOU have always wanted
a Grand just small enough
to fit easily into your home.
MATHUSHEK
GRAND,
Come and play this grand for
yourself then you will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate its graceful design and
sweet tone.
cAbo Uprights mmd 'Plryrrt
of the famous
&lathuikek make
Sold on Easy Terms
KELLEY MUSIC CO.,
Gainesville, Florida.

FOR RENT Large, airy comfortable
bedrooms; excellent location. Apply
504 E. Oklawaha Ave. Phone 379.

WANTED Salesman with car to
travel this county. This is a bona
fide proposition that pays well.
Write for appointment. D. M. Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, box 151, Lakeland, Fla. 10-6t

Day Dream Toilet Water only at
the Court Pharmacy. Phon 284. tf

BANANAS 35 cents per dozen
the U-SERVE Stores. 13-3t

at

U-Serve Stores, one east of square,
one west of square, one corner South
Main and Second streets, one 424 W.
Broadway. Shop at the one nearest
you. 13-3t

Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if youll call phone 108. Main Street
Market tf

Mrs. R.. S. Thigpen of Valdosta,
Ga., and Mrs. W. B. Johnson and
Miss Mai Clark of Atlanta, are guests
of Mrs. Thigpen's son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Thigpen,
at Martel.

U-Serve Stores, one east of square,
one west of square, one corner South
Main and Second streets, one 424 W.
Broadway. Shop at the one nearest
you. 13-3t

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

The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church held its regular monthly busi business
ness business meeting yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. H. A. Davies. After
the regular routine business had been
transacted, this being the time for

the annual election of officers the fol following
lowing following were elected for the coming
year: Miss Susie Lou Ellis, presi president;
dent; president; Mrs. George Pasteur, vice pres president
ident president and secretary; Mrs. Gladys Fox,
treasurer. A social half -hour follow followed
ed followed and ainty refreshments consisdting
of sandwiches, tea and cake were
served by the hostess.

"Just like home made cakes," is

what the housewife says about our

cakes. Federal Bakery.

23-tf

BANANAS 35 cents per dozen
the U-SERVE Stores. 13-3t

at

Miss Maggie Olmstead of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, grand warder of the Grand

Chapter. Order of Eastern Star of

Florida, will arrive this afternoon to
attend the official visit of the grand

matron, Mrs. Beulah M. Warner, to
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S. Miss

Olmstead .will be the guest of Mrs
Geo. T. Condrey while in the city.

Paris waiters are said to be refusing
tips. This may be due to a spirit of
proper human independence; and on
the other hand it may be evidence
of a commercial desire to increase
the customary gratuity which rounds
off a dinner with the obsequious
"merci."

The scientist who thinks that a wife
ought to have three kisses a day has
started something. That would be al altogether
together altogether 60,000.000 kisses a day for
20,000,000 wives in this country. Hut
If there are that many kisses a day
our guess is that about 2,(KK),0U0 wives
f et them all.

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-

Newkirk Motor Co., 314 West Mon Monroe
roe Monroe St., Jacksonville, Fla. 10-3t

FOR SALE SALE-ply
ply SALE-ply to W. J

Horse and wagon. Ap

, Hogan, North Ocala. 6t

FOUND An automobile rim, casing

and tube. Owner can get same by
identifying property and paying for

this ad. Call at the Crescent Groc
ery Company. 9-6t

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,
Morristc-., F!a., R. 1, Box 107. 9-6t

Be Sure to See
Tlae Elsoim Art
ExMIbnfl
FEBRUARY 15, 16 And 17
3 P. M. AND 7:30 P. M.
Woman's Club Building
SIX EXXIB1TS
A PROGRAM EACH EXHIBIT
i
Proceeds to be Used to Furnish Copies of Famous
Paintings for High School Building
PRICE FOR ADMISSION
ADULTS, 15c CHILDREN, 15c
SEASON TICKETS, 75c

SANITARY MANUFACTURING METHODS

France's handsomest man is said to
weigh 272 pounds. We take it that Mie
board of judges is composed of res res-taranteurs
taranteurs res-taranteurs vh -r:ike their awards
upon tlit ins' f Mn!onpoint.

If a pessimist can think of nothing
else to fret about he'll worry about
the danger of being struck by falling
meteors.
Congress spends half its time plan planning
ning planning solutions, and the other half try trying
ing trying to solve its plans.

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

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scott of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, after a pleasant visit in Ocala
with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Benjamin, at the home of Mrs. McCly McCly-monds
monds McCly-monds left today for points in the
southern part of the state.

Free service car at the Ocala
& Vulcanizing Company.

Tire
tf

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

U-Serve Stores, one east of square,
one west of square, one corner South
Main and Second streets, one 424 W.
Broadway. Shop at the one nearest
you. 13-3t

An auto sight seeing party will
leave tomorrow morning for the east
cost, and expect to go as far south as
Miami. Those composing the party
will be Mr. and Mrs. A. W. DeCamp
of New Haven, Conn., Mrs. Weller
Carmichael, Mrs. George A. Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael and Mr. Elmer DeCamp.

Dr. J. L. Davis and Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
Arch Mclver and Miss Mamie Fant
of Irvine and Mr. C. A. Clinkscales of
Atlanta spent Saturday and part of
Sunday at Crystal River. They passed
thru Ocala Sunday afternoon, on their
way home.

Spring Showing
OF
Trimmed, Tailored
and
Sport Hats
Also
Children s Hats
At most
Attractive Prices
Style Hat Shop
MISS REN A JiMITH
OCALA FLORIDA

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-finishirifr,
finishirifr, re-finishirifr, your job is not too large
nor too small. We do them all. Just

call phone 5G2. J. H. West, painter
and decorator, 117 North jSanchez
street. 9-6t

SHOE REPAIRING A new man has
opened a shoe repairing shop sec second
ond second door from Masters' dry goods
store, 20Vz North Magnolia street,

west of courthouse. I repair yourV;
l -4. 01 ca 1 CP 1 f7r O 7 1 I

SUBURBAN FARM FOR SALE 10
acres best hammock land just two
miles out on hard road. Land clear cleared,
ed, cleared, fenced, with five-room house,
and other buildings. Price right. S.
S. Savage Jr. 4-12t
FOR RENT An exclusive furnished

aDartment 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

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80 PER CENT OF ALL

HEADACHES are due
. to eyestrain or weak

muscles.

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

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All our ice cream is made under our
own roof in clean, sanitary work
rooms. Nothing but the most mod-;
crn machines are used and the mix mixing
ing mixing and freezing is thorough in every1
respect. We are very careful about
the selection of ingredients. The
cream must be uniform in quality and
flavor.
Served at
T. W. TROXLER'S FOUNTAIN

MARION COUNTY CREAMERY COMPANY

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PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
PHONE 24 3
FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT

Cook's Market and Grocery
QUALITY CLEANLINESS

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4 SERVICE TRY
PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE

Rub-My-Tism,antisepticand pain
killer, for infected sores, tetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism
BARGAIN

One 1919 Ford sedan with starter;
newly painted; new tires; ?350.
11 -Gt MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.

Take Lunch Here
once and you'll get the habit. Yon
will find the food fine, the service
quick and deft and the prices very
reasonable. Whether you want mere merely
ly merely a little bite or a hearty lunch we
shall be glad to serve you, knowing
that every meal we serve makes an another
other another friend. Special dishes every
day.
EVERYTHING THE BEST
DAVIDSON'S

BARGAIN
One 1919 Ford sedpn with starter;
r.ewly painted; new tires; $350.
ll-6t, MACK TAYLOR,
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla.

INSURANCE
When you want reliable insurance,

i fire or life, let me show you the propo-

sitions offered by some of the strong- i-

est 'companies in the land.
2-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent

Queen Quality bananas 35 cents per
dozen at the U-Serve Stores. 13-3t

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