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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Friday. "" TEMPKLiTUlIXS-- This morning, 68; this afternoon, SO.
VOL.27 - OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1921 7- NO. 27(5
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SPLEI1D EMIT
OF F IIIE STOCK
Bet Array at the Marioa County Fair
"Of Cattle, Hogs ar.d Poultry
Seen for. Several Years

Oak-Griner Farm Mrs. E. L. Howell
- In Charge
v Th Oak-Griner Farm exhibit used
' a. color scheme of pink and blue for
the decoration of the booth... The
most emphasized feature of this
booth is the canned ;c.ods of which
.'there are several largo stacks. This
neighborhood is not lacking in the
- other things that o to make up a
Vwell balanced farming country. Corn,
i'hay, sugar cane, hams, cotton, pea pea-.
. pea-. "nuts, vegetables, fruits, nuts and
many other products had a good rep representation
resentation representation in the Oak-Griner Farm
4ooth. The front of the booth is dec decorated
orated decorated with two banana trees in bloom
'while fully matured bunches of ba-
nanast are to be seen if aide. Another
item in this exhibit not seen in other
community exhibits is home made
- bread and rolls that surely makes
t one hungry to look upon."

Malnl.osh W. E. Grubbs and J. K.
Christian in Charge
White, orange and green crepe pa pamper'
mper' pamper' is. used hy the Mcintosh people in
decorating their booth for the fair.
. No better selection of colors could
"have been chosen to show off the won wonderful
derful wonderful display of citrus fruits pre presented
sented presented by this community. Kumquats
are hung along the front of the
booth as a decorative fringe and al
though several other communities
have kumquats in their displays,
there are not so many as Mcintosh is
showing. The front of this booth is
arranged with a wall or fence of veg
etables. Basket after basket of va
rious vegetables sit on a shelf form-
ing the top of this fence. The gate gateway
way gateway is. formed: of sng3r cane. One
wall iof the "booth is made of half half-shucked
shucked half-shucked corn and the other of baled
hay "wMch gives a rustic appearance
to the booth. The back wall is a solid
mass of preserves, canned fruit,
pickles, jellies, and jams, with a
wainscoting of oranges in crates. A
centeipiece for this back wall is form formed
ed formed of a very large watermelon that
looks very much out of season this
time of year. When asked whether
it was a stuffed melon, Mcintosh re replied
plied replied in unison, "Yes, stuffed with
good melon." There are soap berries
and the soap, made therefrom. Fresh
butter beans, squash and other fall
vegetables adorn the tables. Beeswax
and honey form a part of the exhibit.
Belle view E. L. French in Charge
Belle view is a patriotic community
and uses the red, white and blue for
its decorations and the booth-looks
fine, with its bunting and red, white
feand blue crepe paper.- BellevieWs ex exhibit
hibit exhibit is very diversified. .She shows
excellent qualities of hay, velvet
beans, fodder, corn, sweet potatoes,
beans., peanuts, sugar cane and citrus
fruits. Her exhibit of preserves
speaks well for the community. They
have a nice exhibit of beeswax, hick hickory'
ory' hickory' nuts and black walnuts. The ba banana
nana banana tree in the center of the, door doorway
way doorway of the Belleview exhibit attracts
some attention. 5
Summerfield's Booth
Summerfield again refused to make
any exhibit because they seem to feel
in' tha community that if they enter
. no other f olk3 have the least chance
j for first money. Of course, some of
' the pliier communities differ with
Summerfield and would like to try
their mettle against her. Summerfield
will likely give them a run for their
money next year. This year Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field has arranged a rest room as her
contribution to the fair. She has
her booth decorated with ferns and
evergreens,, with pine tops for a ceil ceiling.
ing. ceiling. In the booth are rustic benches
and Jn the center is an ice water
, drinking fountain for the benefit of
the thirsty ones. Summerfield could
.not resist the chance to do a little
' boasting and advertising so she has
i hung the walls of her booth with
j signs that read "Summerfield, Foun Fountain
tain Fountain of Youth"; "Our Banks Pota Potatoes";
toes"; Potatoes"; Yes, We Have Sunshine and
Moonshine"; "Our Best Heads Are
Cabbage"; "Best Land for All Kinds
of Crops"; "Take a Drink from the
Fountain of Youth"; "Fifty-Three
; Miles Rural Mail Delivery"; "One
J Newspaper No Scandal News";
: "Three Churches, Baptist, Methodist,

'.Catholic"; "Healthy Place to Live;

No Doctors or Graveyards;" "A Good
Lot of People No Lawyers or
Preachers.
Lee Priest
Mr. Lee Priest always contends
that his farm is a community m itself
and so he has a booth all to himself,
and he has it filled with practically
everything that is seen in and around
Marion county. Mrs. Priest furnish
ed for him the prettiest thing in his
booth, namely, some beautiful roses.
Mr. Priest has sugar cane, several
varieties of baled hay, shucks, corn,
meal, syrup, peanuts, bananas, figs,
vegetables, potatoes and all sorts of
other farm products. The hand of
Mrs. Priest is seen again in a multi multitude
tude multitude of canned goods and preserves.
Mr Priest used evergreens and moss
as: his material for decorating his
booth and the combination is very at
tractive.
Arlo Box Company
One section of the agricultural
building has been used by the Arlo
Box Company of Oak for an exhibit
of the various kinds of baskets, crates
and boxes manufactured by their
plant. The booth shows the raw ma
terial and 32 ; varieties of finished j
products and is a revelation to many
a to the large number of shipping
packages made by thi sconcern.
C Pasteur, Florida Meats
Another 'exhibit of "rare" interest
to the sight gazers is the refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator show case sitting in the agricul agricultural
tural agricultural building: This case is filled
with steaks',-chops, ribs, roasts,; saus sausage
age sausage and every otjier conceivable cut
and variety of fresh meat of which
the reporter did not even know the
mime. These meats are all Marion
county raised and look better than
any western product ever shipped into
our community. A big eating man
would give the wage of a lifetime to
eat a piece of one of those steaks.
Besides the community exhibits in
the agricultural building there isa
large show o farm products entered
individually, lne display of sweet
potatoes is especially noteworthy,
Some excellent corn is tastily arrang-
ed in this room. Peanuts, sugar cane,
watermelons, guavas, bananas, limes,
kumquats, egg plants, squaashes, rad-
ishes, turnips and cucumbers all make
a good showing of the diversity,, and
productivity of old Marion,, The, ex-
hibit of hay is large and. good., One
corner of this room is taken up "with
a display from the Ocala packing
house oitnerionaa citrus ixcnange.
This exhibit consists of oranges, tan-
germes and grapefruit and they look
gooa enougn 10 pui up against me
best anywhere.
Clarkson Hardware Company
The Clarkson Hardware Company
has an outside booth all to itself this
year. Mr. Robert Clarkson and Mr.
Quin of the Meadows Mill Company,
are in charge of this exhibit. They
have made a booth exclusively inter
esting to the farmer. They have a
complete outfit of the International
Harvester Company's products, in
eluding trucks, engines, ; farm ma machinery
chinery machinery and grist mill. In addition
to this they have the small sawmill
represented by Mr. Quin. A ballot
box on their counter caused some
questions and the explanation is that
several days ago Mr. Clarkson mailed
out some circular letters calling at attention
tention attention to a contest to be held at the
fair. Enclosed in the letter was a
ricultural implements. The farmer
was to check the implements in which
he was most interested, sign his name
, . , . vv
at the fair. The box is to be shook
. ,
up, opened and a card drawn out. The
man whose card comes out of the box
gets a harrow that is to be given
away. ",'
Poultry '
When vaii t intn the nonltrv
buildine all conversation .ceases. The
roosters, hens, ducks and turkeys
hold the stage there. It is a cock-a-
doodle-doo, cackle, cackle, cackle,
auack. cmack and erobble, gobble,
cobble from the time you go in until
you go out again, but in the meantime
you are much impressed with the
large variety and the excellent qual-
ity of the poultry! There are games,
Rhode Island Reds, White Leghorns,
Orninetons, white and black, Black
Minorcas, Anconas, Wyandotes and
Plvmouth Rocks anions: the chickens
and there are ducks, pigeons and turr
keys of the different breeds. In this
same building but hardly belonging

R1SH PEACE NAY C

BE NEAR AN END
Aggressiveness of Sinn Fein And
Stubborn esa of Ulster Make Wise
Men's Efforts of No Avail
London, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). Negotiations for Irish set settlement
tlement settlement are feared as nearing an un unavoidable
avoidable unavoidable end, according to high au authority
thority authority today, and there is apprehen apprehension
sion apprehension that next week may witness their
colapse unless more favorable cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances not now foreseen develop.
MIAMI MEN ARRESTED
FOR IMPORTING BOOZE
(Associated Preasl
Miami, Nov. 21. John G. Cross Cross-land,
land, Cross-land, president, and Paul A. Dampier,
treasurer, of the Miami Fisheries
Company, who are under indictment
in the federal courts of New York
and New Jersey, cn charges of vio-
lating the prohibition laws, will be
given a hearing Saturday before the
United States commissioner, follow
ing their arrest here last night. Each
was released on bail, Crossland's be-
ing hxea at tuuu ana uampier ai
. AtAAA A.
$3000. It is charged they tried to
land liquor at Atlantic City and Long
Island from the schooner Henry L.
Marshall last August.
to the poultry kingdom are
several
cages of rabbits.
Industry and Machinery Building
Qne corner of the machinery and
induStry buiidinr is in charge of the
, of the christian church and
they are wmng candy) sandwiches,
cakf( and coffee Next doo
r A -
to them is a demonstration booth for
Senate coffee, where you may have
the pleasure of trying that delicious
beverage.
The next booth on' that side of the
building is occupied by Mr. Chas. L.
poi demonstrator for the Vacuett
snction sweeper. Mr. Polk offers to
make a home demonstration to any
wbo will leave their names at his
booth. Now is your chance to get
y0Ur house cleaned for the cost of the
electricity and the city has reduced
the price on that commodity,
'
. Marion County Candies
Dr. Weaver has on sale in front of
tfce christian ladies' booth some of
the new candies that he is now man.
ufacturing m Maricn county and sell-
widev The candv looks e-ood but
unlike Senate coffee, samples are not
offered the public.
George MacKay & Company
The exhibit of the George MacKay
Company occupies the rest of this side
of the machinery and industry build
ing. They have three rooms furnish'
ed as three rooms of a house. The
first room is a sitting room, furnished
in frosted blue fibre with beautiful
wall hangings and rug to match. The
next room is a dining room with old
rose hangings and mahogany Sheri
tan furniture. The kitchen, which
comes next will make many a woman
cabinet anJ
nvtvriAMfl net fhn o?no rT TnA
table, the Maiestic ranee and its
auxiliary,, the fireless cooker". The
Eddie refrigerator defies all the heat
generated by the Majestic and saves
I F, A,
The next jroom in the George Mac
t Kay suite is fitted out by the archi
tectural department of that firm and
contains pictures and plans of many
, , ,.
ncmes ana DUiiamgs aireaay ae5lKueu
f,t K ya n kn
contains m any kinds of material used
, in the construction of a home but
most interesting to citizens of Ocala
lis the drawing of the proposed re-
modeline cf the Ocala House. This
drawing shows the Ocala House in its
J new state th a motion picture show
in the center and small store rooms on
each side. MacKay & Company also
have an odiibit of farm machinery
and implements.
The Spencer-Pedrick Motor Com
pany has on exhibition in the machin
ery building two Buick cars, a four
and $ six. These cars are as popular
on the fair grounds as they are on
the street.
The Farmers Supply Company haa
a Fairbanks-Morse exhibit of power,
(lights and water machinery. Its en
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

l!D BELIEVES
OUTLOOK OH
French Premier Has Left Washing-1
ton With Hopes of Peace And
Security for France
Washington, Nov. 24. (Associated
Press). Although formal proceed-
ings of the arms conference were
suspended for Thanksgiving day, it
was expected the negotiations would
be continued through consultation
among the various individuals and
groups.
BRIAND SAYS GOOD-BYE
Premier Briand left this morning
for New York, where he will said to-
morrow for France, after being in
Washington more than a fortnight.
. J Z Z r. .
including Rene Vmani, who now be-
comes its head Secretary Hughes
ana v,ninese minister aze oaae nun
farewell at the station. It is necessary
for Premier Br land to take part in
consideration by the French govern government
ment government of military problems resultant
from the war. He expresesd himself
"quite satisfied with the results of
the conference scT'far and especially
as respects France."
CURZON UTTERS A
WARNING TO FRANCE
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 24. Marquis Curzon
of Kedleston, British secretary of
state for foreign affairs, speaking at
a .luncheon today, declared if France
pursued an isolated and individual
policy of her own she would not in the
oner run injure Germany and she
would fail to protect herself.
THANKSGIVING RECESS
I IN A TAMPA COURT
(Associated Frees)
Tampa, Nov. 24. A recess was
taken over Thanksgiving in the trial
of DeWitt Adams and Philip Licata,
alleged pay roll bandits, and the de
fense expects to close tomorrow.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 60 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf
HOW
DREADED "SLEEPING SICK SICKNESS"
NESS" SICKNESS" MAY BE AVOIDED.
The British ministry of health
has Issued a bulletin on enceph encephalitis
alitis encephalitis lethargica (commonly but
erroueously called "sleeping sick sick-acsa")
acsa") sick-acsa") to which It appends the
following advice as to precau precautions
tions precautions to be taken against it:
"The other occupants of a
house In which a case of en encephalitis
cephalitis encephalitis has occurred or is be being
ing being created may be assured that
the disease Is one of low Infec Infec-Uvlty,
Uvlty, Infec-Uvlty, and that very little risk
is run by association with the
patient.. At the same time it Is
desirable that' such association
should be limited to what Is nec necessary
essary necessary for proper care' and nurs nursing,
ing, nursing, and the patient should be
well isolated In a separate room.
"School children 1 the affect affected
ed affected household may be kept from
school, as a precautionary meas measure,
ure, measure, for three weeks after the
isolation of the patient. Those
In contact with the case should
be advised to use antiseptic nas nasal
al nasal sprays or douches and to gar
gle the throat with solutions
such as those advised for. influ influenza.
enza. influenza. "For example, any of the fol following
lowing following may be used: (1) 1 per
cent solution of peroxide of hy hydrogen;
drogen; hydrogen; (2) a solution of per permanganate
manganate permanganate of potash. 1 in 5,0X
in .08 per cent solution of chlor chloride
ide chloride of sodium (common salt) ;
(3) liquor sodae chlorlnatae, 0.5
per cent. These solutions can
be used as ordinary gargles or
f snuffed up the nostrils or applied
by an efficient spray.
"It Is desirable that any per persons
sons persons In the Infected household
who suffer from sore throat or
other symptoms suggesting an
abortive attack should be treated
from this point of view and isor
lated as far as possible nntll
they have recovered. The sick
room should be thoroughly
cleansed and disinfected at the
end of the Illness.- Buffalo Express.

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. EI101AE1 III
Sixty Four Moplah Prisoners Shot
Up in a Closed Car And
Suffocated
London, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). An inquiry into the suffca-
tlon OI sixty-lour Moplah prisoners
recently while being transferred in
a closed railway wagon in the Madras
district of India, revealed that the
incident created a sensation among
the natives and provided the nation nationalist
alist nationalist press with effective propaganda
material. The Times correspondent
says an examination of the railway
n-9 con ctirvtra tVi vAntflaHntr nin.U
nem thu3
ticaUy closJng mesk Mop
lahs were imprisoned five hours on
L. itmrn nH th fw inm
lf their condition waa when
ductor waUr
There TO evidence c, a deaperate
fnr lif thlk na.
- "oo tr -
having bitten each other in their
fight for air. Only thirty-six of the
100 in the vehicle survived.
CALLS FOR USE OF KNIFE
How Carbuncle Should Bt Treated to
Effevt Cur That Can Be Con Con-.
. Con-. sidered Thorough.
it a recent examination br the state
board of Ohio, medical students were
asked bow they would treat a cur
buacle. The otQcial answer Is quoted
from Rose h Carl ess' Manual of Sur
ge! y, as follows:
The most thorough and satisfactory
la to lay-the carbuncle freely open un
der an anesthetic and scrape with a
sharp spoon or cut away all sloughs
until, healthy tissue Is readied, find
then to disinfect the cavity thoroughly
with pure carbolic acid or peroxide of
hydrogen (10 volumes). The hollow
thus formed is packed with gauze
waked In an Iodoform emulsion (10
;vr cent.) and allowed to heul by
grvnlatlon. Good food. Iron, quinine
aii-1 alcohol according to Judgment,
must, be. administered, while appropri
ate medicine (e. g codeine or opium)
and limitations of diet are necessary
In dlabet'c patients."
, How Sand la Traveling.
Frent geologists have long taken
Interest in the eastward march of the
sands along the northern coasts of
France, Belgium and Holland, says
the Christian Science Monitor. A
fine sand originating on the shores of
Normandy has been found distributed
on the beaches as far east as Den Denmark.
mark. Denmark. It was shown, after a careful
Investigation of this phenomenon.
that the eastward march of the sands
Is due to the fact that all the ?eu
waves approaching the coast from
Brittany break In nearly parallel
lines, with an easterly motion. The
result is that the sands always pro
gress In" that direction. But the proc process
ess process ts slow and gradual, and measure
ments have proved that the rand
traverses, forward and backward,
Ii-pendiular to the shore, a total
distance $.000 times as great as that
which It. covers. In the same length of
time. In tra eastward progress.
How Life May B Prolonged.
The publication of a monumental
woik by Viscount Bryce at the ripe
age of -eighty-three should persuade
many of is who want to feel what It
Is UXe to be an octogenarian that old
age can be attained without the aid
of thyroiB glands borrowed from the
monkey. One of the secrets of old
age would seem to be a lifetime of
intellcctull activity, and a lion's share
of poblle service. It Is quite aston astonishing
ishing astonishing the number of public men living
at the present day who have passed
their eigMleth birthday. Lord Chan Chan-nlng
nlng Chan-nlng U Ia bis eighty-first year. Vis Viscount
count Viscount Morey Is eighty-three, Mr. Fral-
eric Karftson is close on tinety. Sir
Harry Poland ts still a vigorous letter
writer, n'oety-one, while the earl of
Haisbury Is ninety-seven, and possi possibly
bly possibly thera are others. London Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle. How Vforld'a Tonnag Increases.
The wrld'a total ship tonnage last
February exceeded by 10.000,000 tons
the anion it afloat Just before the war
It is estl.oated that not less than 8, 8,-000.000
000.000 8,-000.000 tns grow register now tie
Idle.
Hew FIJla Blaach Hair.
. Fiji Islandm bleach their thick,
woolly ha r with lime and wear it in
a great mr-p.
Ask for the new "sweet" Honeyboy
at the Federal Bakery. 15-Ct
This is a Studebaker year.

CQMUEnCIAL SHIP
GUILDERS HCl

Over the Effect on Their Business
That 31ay be Caused by Any
Limitation of Armament
Washington, Nov. 24. (Associated
Press.) Commercial ship builders
now engaged in naval construction
are greatly concerned as to what the
impending naval reductions mean to
them and the government is begin
ning to get a reaction from that
quarter. None of the builders who
have visited Washington, however,
has voiced direct opposition to the
program, whatever they may feel.
Their inquiries, it was learned today,
are devoted largely to how to keep
their plants working, at least for a
time and they are discussing salvage
operations. American officials are
giving some thought to the possibil possibility
ity possibility of salvaging as non-combatant
naval or commercial craft the three
new battleships now afloat, but which
under Secretary Hughes, naval pro program
gram program will not be completed.
CLARK AND PATTERSON
JURY COMPLETED
Associated Frees J
Orlando, Nov. 24. Selection of a
jury for the trial of Lena Clark and
Baxter Patterson continued today,
but it was indicated if a special ve venire
nire venire of seventy-five was exhausted
without completion of the jury, the
court would recess until tomorrow,
while another venire is being sum summoned.
moned. summoned. Later: The jury to try Lena Clark
and Baxter Patterson, charged with
the murder of Fred Miltimore, was
completed here today after two and
a half days spent in its selection.
There was dead silence in the court
room as Attorney Jones read the in-dictment-
ROLLINS TEAM WON
THANKSGIVING GAME
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Nov. 24.--Rollins College
defeated Birmingham Southern here
today by three to naught, winning the
Thanksgiving Day contest by a single
field goal kicked in the last six min minutes
utes minutes of play.
AMERICAN THANKSGIVING
ON THE RHINE
Coblenz, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). Eleven thousand American
soldiers stationed on the Rhine tucked
away thirteen thousand pounds of
turkey as the piece de resistance of
their Thanksgiving Day dinner. There
were the usual trimmings also and
while the plum pudding came from
the United States, the turkeys were
bought from local farmers at eleven
cents a pound, while the oficera' fam families
ilies families had turkeys raised on the quar quartermaster's
termaster's quartermaster's farm, costing thirty-two
cents a pound.
LETTING YOUNG FRENCHMEN
OFF MORE LIGHTLY
Paris, Nov. 24. (By the Associated
Press) President Millerand today
approved for submission to parlia parliament
ment parliament the military recruiting bill au authorizing
thorizing authorizing two-year enlistments and
lightening present restrictions.
ANOTHER REVOLUTION
BREWING IN PORTUGAL
Madrid, Nov. 24. (by Associated
Press.) Dispatches from the Portu Portugese
gese Portugese frontier today report another
I revolution brewing,
Until January 1st we will sell
FURNITURE at greatly reduced
prices for cash. Phone 19 and let us
knew your needs. 'Theus Bros. 15-tf
Smoke Don Rej. That good cigar.
For fresh meat call phene 108. Main
Street MarkeL tf
All the current magazines at The
Book Shop. 22-St
LOST Strayer or Stolen, Airedale
dog, two years old. Answers to the
name of "Mack." Hole in left ear.
Suitable reward for return to J. F.
Winer, at Marion Hardware Co.,
Ocala, Fla. l4-tf

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cently spreading: over town about Mr.

Martin loahng in his car on the pub public
lic public square are, as the Star can testify, j

unjust to that gentleman. The place
where Mr. Martin is accustomed to
park his car is a little over a hundred
yards in a straight line from the
Star office, and the Star and all

others in that vicinity, know positive-

y that it was precious little time that

car was seen there during working

hours while Mr. Martin was street
superintendent.. Last, but not least,
it is not exactly harmonious to drag
the honored name of Mr. Robert

Marsh into this political controversy.

Everybody jknpws he was faithful,
honest and thoughtful and it is not
necessary, to defend him against as

persions that were never made.

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-There is not much Thanksgiving

among the" birds and squirrels today,

Arrangements have been made to) Belleview, Nov. 23 The social sea sea-give
give sea-give to all tourists registering at the j son w fast crowding the calendar, as
Board of Trade during the four days!first one date is announced and then
of the Marion County' Fair free another, covering entertainments of
passes to the fair. This is being done various kinds for the winter months,
through the generosity of the fair: Just now the most talked of date' is
management. All tourists are urged, '! Dec. 9th. when a sale of fancy articles
therefore, to call at the Board of and a cafeteria supper, with enter enter-Trade
Trade enter-Trade and register. The passes will j tainment, will be the program for
be good for one entrance to the fairjthat special Friday evening. This mf mf-grounds
grounds mf-grounds only. It will not be possible j fair is no last minute idea, having
to give moer than one pass to eachfcen carefully discussed and planned
tourist. If you meet a tourist send I earIv last P"ng by the girls of the

t M -1 v m 1 A. r M. 1 1

him or her to the Board of Trade.

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Jacksonville, where she has worKedj
for the Bell Telephone Co. for about j

three years and proved a very

cessful operator there. We

REDDICK

A SPLENDID PLATFORM

A reporter in conversation with Mr.

Winer, one day this week, asked him
if he was going to announce his plat platform
form platform in his candidacy for re-election
as alderman from the first ward. Mr.

Winer said that he was not, that his
platform was as it had always been

sinec he,, was first elected six years
ago, and that was to do his very best
for the city at all times and in all

matters pertaining thereto as they

presented themselves. Banner.

CORN MEAL AND STOCK FEED

--- ? If you have a name and an address
you are sure to receive stock selling

propositions, so don't get chesty

about it and think that some one has
the idea that you are rich, when
"you get a bunch of "sure thing" lit-
erature.

Messrs. Grantham Brothers who

operate the Sparr Milling Company,

are proud of having been awarded

the, blue ribbon at the fair for the
best exhibit of 100 pounds of corn

meal, and also for the best collective

exhibit of stock feed.

A solemn pledge, ratified by our
7 government, that the United States
. would side with France, in case of an
unprovoked attack on that nation by
another power,- would be among the
? strongest guarantees for world peace
and America's greatest security
against again sending armies across
the sea.

Goode Guerry of the Palatka News

must be having a good Thanksgiving.
He invited us to go over and talk
turkey with him today! Alas, we

haven't the airplane fare, cut we

hope Friend Guerry and jjiis lively
little newspaper, and all their friends,

I. e.; the people of Palatka, will have

a Goode time.

Christians and pagans, Jews and
Gentiles, Catholics and Protestants,
before denouncing each' other should

'remember that the Almighty has al allowed
lowed allowed each of their sects to live and
" make converts thru hundreds and

" thru thousands of years. It would

be strange indeed if in the scores of
centuries since man's first conception
of "religion, soul-saving truth had

been, given to only a few of the bill
ions who have lived and died.

4

NATAL GRASS BAY

Mr. John H. Taylor of the Ocala Ice

& Packing Company, is thoroughly

converted to Natal hay as a beef cat

tle feed, after seeing several speci

mens of beef now on 'storage at his

plant in the northern part of the city,

He showed a Star reporter beef fat

tened on nothing but Natal hay which

sn't surpassed by any in his plant

This specimen was brought from the

farm of Mr. John-D. Robertson, in

Citrus county, and Mr. Taylor says
there are hundreds of head of the

same kind now ranging on this place
and fattening on Natal hay. He says
this hay when once sown needs no re

plenishing from year to year and will
grow in pastures where the timber

has not been removed as readily as on
cleared" land.

FELLOWSHIP

.'Fellowship, Nov. 21. The hunting

season opened yesterday. We heard
no reports of guns yesterday and very
few today.

Miss Leone Brooks gave a birthday

party last Friday evening and quite

crowd of her friends attended it.

After playing every game from dom dominoes
inoes dominoes to proverbs, the guests were in invited
vited invited into the dining room, where
dainty refreshments were served.

Miss Brooks proved to be a charming
entertainer. I will not tell how old

Miss Brooks is, so you fellows that did
not find out her age will have to wait
another year.

An infant of Mr. and Mrs. N. A.

Noble of Morriston, was buried at
Fellowship today. They have the
sympathy of their friends.

Philathea class of the Baptist church,
directed and assisted by their leader,

Mrs. Ishom I. Strong.
At that time a quilt was decided
upon as the proper needlework for
this particular circle and for weeks
the girls met and pieced quilt squares.
These little meetings each week grew
in enthusiasm and it didnt take long
for the girls to realize 'there was
more than plain sewing talent among
them and they organized for more

work and appointed Miss Minnie Tre-

mere as work director, to be assisted

by Miss Hilda Monroe. Now these

two girls are hustlers, which has al already
ready already been proven by the amount of
finished fancy articles already on
hand. They not only have done their
part but have kept most all the other
members in the notion and furnished
them with work. And the girls have
made such an impression with hteir

good will and determination to suc succeed,
ceed, succeed, until quite a number of contri-

from outside

well wishers

The class is planning a sure enough

sue-' Reddick, Nov. 22. Messrs. S. C.

extend Mayo, II. W. Sherouse and R. W. Mc-

hearty congratulations for a long and Auk-y Jr. were visitors at the county

happy life to liiis young couple. . seat Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. La Chance are' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Faircloth of
home for a few days from New Smyr- lakeland are the guests of Mr. and
na. Mrs. Edward Hart.
, Mrs. Ellen Bush came Sunday and Several of our sportsmen took ad ad-will
will ad-will spend the winter at the Lake vantage of the opening of the game

View hotel. season yesterday. They were success-

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith moved ful to a certain extent, killing 3 few"

into town last week and will make birds and perhaps some squirrels,
their home with Mr. Charlie Freeman Rev. Arthur Spencer of Lake City,

this winter. va3 the guest of Mr. Edwin Smithy
Mr. Rex. H. Nichols was able to re- and Mis? Clara Smith Monday night,
turn home Monday from Augusta, Mr. Harvey Osteen of Fairfield,
Ga., where he has been ill for some came over with' his truck Friday night
time. and carried some of our young folks
Mr. Phillips and family moved into ; and. some older ones too, to Fairfield
the Virgil Pratt house Saturday. It to an oyster supper, which was given
was formerly known as the W. E. for the benefit of the Baptist church
Merrill house. j of that place.
The hunting season opened Sunday j Mr. D. B. Mathews and family, Mr.

and a number of our people were in ; A G. Tongue and family, Misses Lila

Mr. and Mrs. Tison and Mrs. Hud

son of Morriston were callers yester- buttons have come in

day afternoon.

Miss Geneva McCullv is the eruest

" I . m

cf friends and relatives in Morriston. surprise sale ana supper ior every-

Mr. and Mrs. Henrv LufTman. Mr. body. Think of it, home folks and

anH Mrs. Charlie Luffman of Oak. and our friends in Ocala and surrounding

Mrs. Rainer of Oklawaha. were the towns. These girls are worKing ior

truest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rawls you and have been working aU thru

last Sunday. tne lnS not summer, that when this
Evervbodv and his cousin from date arrives, they would have the

this section will attend the county fair daintiest, prettiest and most substan substan-at
at substan-at Ocala this week. tial variety of Christmas gifts and
Mis Nlli Prine left Sundav for every day necessities and at a price

Kathleen and will be the guest of that will be on speaking terms with
friends and relatives for several days. V pocketbooks. There are aprons
Several of our boys went 'possum of all kinds and sizes; there are linen
v.,f;o, tact ?,trj,w -n-Krht w table runners, dresser scarfs, gowns

couldn't find Brother Opossum. They and camisoles, and the daintiest little

found Brother Coon, however. They hand-made handKercniexs m wwi

shot' all the shells they had at him designs; there are aouies ana oxa

and Brother Coon was still up the pillows, and just lots oi prewy unie

the woods and fields Monday and re- j
port having had good luck. J
Miss Gladys Maier of Wildwood

was a Sunday caller at the the home

of Miss Clara Mae Crosby.

Belleview sent quite a lot of ex

hibits to the fair. Mr. E. S. French
will have charge of our booth.

The Belleview Workers will hold

their annual supper and sale of fancy

articles at the town hall Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, December 16th. This event Is
looked forward to as the greatest one

cf the year and has been for years.

Everybody remember this date and
come prepared for a big supper and
n good time.

ANTHONY

tree laughing at them.

BURBANK

Burbank, Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs

F. McKee and family of Columbus,

Ohio, stopped in Burbank for a short house full cf anxious

novelties and floating along with this

crowd of prettiest Is the bright quilt,

The girls have had a mental picture

of this quilt ever since last spring,
finished and stretched upon a certain

section of the town hall walls, with a

pocketbooks,

Immense line of children's books at

The Book Shop. 22-3t

This is a Studebaker year. tf
There's no extra charge for clean

ing your fish at the City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

Mack and Florence Best and Mr. Ira
Lott of Fairfield, were visitors here
Sunday.

There were services at the Presby

terian church Sunday night, conduct

ed by the pastor.

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Williams and

Mrs. Jessie Bishop of Gainesville,
were visitors here Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. ,Fridy gave a

dinner Sunday in honor of their son

and his wife, who were married two
weeks ago. The invited guests were
special friends of the bride and
groom, namely, Misses Collie Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, Agnes Bishop, Celeste Anthony,
Irene Rou and the bride's sister, Lila
Cam, and Messrs. John Dupuis, Wal Walter
ter Walter and James Bishop and Arthur and
Claud Rou.
Apalachicola oysters every day, 70
cents a quart; $2.50 a gallon. City
Fish Market. Phone 153. tf

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

4. SERVICE H- TRY
PUONE 71
Simmon's GARAGE

The feline is out of the wallet. The
Star f has at least emerged from its

tlu'-low.'!Twibility and admitted that its

JiJt motive in opposing further operation
a .i.' 0f t;ne o. V. is because when the little

oua nay burners are tied to the rails near

x 6i,i silver Springs, Ocala gets more trade,

' trade that f ormerlv rode the O. V.

io its int0 -Palatka to do their trading.
1 "- We're pulling on the other end of the

ropiii's We want them over here.
l4Palitka!News. '.
Again the News misrepresents the
Star, and again it evades the ques-Cs-"'
tiotiui The Star has not opposed fur-
'their operation of the O. V., and this
time the News has no excuse for say

ing so. If Palatka doesn't want help

i ivf&am! Ocala in making the O. V. a
o paying road, why has she sent delega delega-;'ifi
;'ifi delega-;'ifi vtiom after delegation over here to ask
?, help? But if Palatka thinks she can
. ro be the whole works, Ocala wont be in
her way. Go to it, Friend Guerry.

If ;

'K The: neonle of Ocala had come to

the conclusion that John Martin
v a maile a good street superintendent

i fr and i are noting the censure heaped

t? fTupon him with surprise. Luckily for
Mr. Martin there are many concrete
- evidences of his ;work. That rock
n -.-? .crusher, for instance, moved across
the town, and again set up right be-

t f,- side the rock supply, has saved and

1 f will save the city many thousands of

- dollars. Solving the Fourth street

'- -.-problem in the simplest and most.ef-
ficacious way, sloping the street to its
. -i natural fall, thereby delivering not

only local property holders but the

primary school and all that part of
k town from the marsh that has afffiict

ed it for twenty-five years, is another
- proof -of his good management. If
street work that he did has worn out,

" '''it is because of the material he had
:x to- work with. That portion -of
' "' Dougherty street, between Oklawaha
and Adams, where the property own owners
ers owners and the Lake Weir Sand Company
..heliped furnish the material,, the. only
T piece of street work in which Mr.
" -Martin had a chance to .show, whatjhe
could do, is fulfilling all that was

Anthony, Nov. 22. Miss Mildred

Shealy arrived last week from Wash

ington, D. C, and is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. W. W. Griffin.

Mr. Walter Ellison of Virginia, is

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.

A. Ellison.
. Miss. Alva Gates of North Carolina,
and Mrs. N. K. Higginbothem and
little daughter. Christian of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, are spending this week with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Gates. .
Mrsl J, H. Talton left last week for
Jacksonviye, where she will spend
some, time with her daughter, Mrs.
W: H. Grocott.

Mrs. J. H. Pressley has been on the

sick Jist for the past week.

Mrs. W. J Thomas and brother,

Master Y. D. Eirwin of. Ocala, spent

Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. E. W.
Boyd and family '

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knoblock and

little daughter, of Martin, visited at

the home of Mrs. Eva Forbes Sunday.

Mrs. Florence Gordon left last week

for Jacksonville.

Miss Julia Meadows was the guest

of Miss Jocie Parrish of Umatilla,

several days last week.

Mr, .Blissing and family of Ala

bama, are located in Anthony at
present.;. :. .

Mrs. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon, is
spending this week with relatives in
Anthony. ; )
Mrs. B, K. Padgett and Miss Ida
Mae Dixon were visitors in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last week.

Mr. C W. Lafferty spent Sunday

here with his family.

Mr. and Mrs! Sam Pyles and baby
spent Sunday, with Mrs. Pyles' par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Olds.
Messrs. Nolen and Grady Higgen

botham of Gainesville, were visitors

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Gates Sunday.

Miss Ora Moore spent Saturday
and Sunday in Ocala with her sister,

Mrs. J. A. Perkins.

Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Post, Mr. Carl

Post-and Miss" Dorothy Post have

been real sick for several days.

visit with friends and were so- pleas

ed with our town, have decided to re

main a while

Mr. J. R. Hitchcock of New York,

arrived Monday and is visiting his

mother, Mrs. Eva L. Hitchcock.

making eyes at it. This quilt is made

of pink and white five-point stars,
appliqued on a bright green founda foundation,
tion, foundation, a most stunning combination of

colors.

Now alone with the fancy article

m,, MorV, (iTo,.TaT, Pavmnnd sale there will be a supper served

Turner and Douglas Teuton and Mrs. cafeteria style. This supper will al-

v w TiimPT mntH on Thursdav most out do tne iancy amcie

r,;i n o wifnl nnt. in trie when it comes to variety. It

CT(;iuug vvr x.v.v.... I ...

woods about three miles south of started on wun a iree w'""

nio Mr- Nlnn jinrl familv of a big chicken pie. Miss jviargare

were entertaining a few friends at a Monroe and Miss Mittie McClendon
chicken purlo. After a delicious sup- compose the soliciting committee, and

. 4 tho mnnr.lirht the crowd re- tnese young laaies nave a iun6

turned to the Nelson home, where the of items receivable towards this sup-

remainder of the evening was spent Pr and next weeK win
playing cards and dancing. work making '?

Mrs. Marv Richter is spending the em, inenus, a

. lit il V4

week in Ocala. inem lBe

Mrs R. W. Clineman and son, Ken- F

neth Burkholder. left Saturday for TRACTOK DEMURS I KAiium

their1 home in Miami, after spending

several weeks with her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. M. D. L. Graham

Mr. and Mrs. M C. Dunnick and

Mrs. Mary Richter were guests of grounds.

Mr. and Mrs. M D. L. Graham Thurs

dav. Dennison's crepe decorations ior

Mr. and Mrs E. H. Miller attended Thnnkse-ivincr at The Book Shop. 3t

the truck growers meeting at Lowell

Saturday. BELLEVIEW

Mr. W. C. Bogue was a business

visitor in Ocala Saturday. Belleview, Nov. 23. The Cox fam

Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor enter- ij y, who are staying in Mrs. L. L.

tained as dinner guests on Sunday Mr. Hopkins house and held protracted

and Mrs. M. C. Dunnick. Mrs. V. H. meetiners at the M. E. church Jast

Alpilaellcpla : Oysters
Received Daily
, Quart 60c Pinf 30c 4 Gallon $2.25
. SARASOTA MARKET
10 Second Street Phone 380

NAPIER GRASS

Plant now and have abundance of

high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc. For plants and
particualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,
Fla. : 17-tf

See the International tractor1 and

plow demonstration inside the race
track at the Marion County Fair

23-2t T. Hi. Williams.

Turner. Mrs. Eva L. Hitchcock and

Messrs. John Hitchcock and Ray

mond Turner,

FAIRFIELD

Smoke Don ReyJ That good cigar.

week,- will continue these meetings

this week also, before leaving for

towns further south. These meetings

are very interesting, and every one

should attend them.

Mrs. F. E. Martin and son, Clinton

Fairfield, Nov. 23. Mr. H. J. Cri- came Wednesday from West Mc

der and family made a business trip Henry, 111. Mr. Lorin Martin stopped
to Ocala Saturday. in Jacksonville to attend the state

The farmers are busy grinding fair.

cane and preparing land for oats. Mr. Charles Oakley and daughter.

There was an oyster supper given Miss Mattie J. Oakley, returned

at Fairfield under the auspices of the Thursday from their summer home

Ladies' Aid Society last Friday night. m Freehold, N. J and will occupy

They realized about $30. the Ella French cottage this winter.

Mr. D. E. Jones passed through Mr. Tom Hames of New bmyrna.

our bunr Monday night on his way came Saturday to spend Thanksgiv-

to the fair. nig with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

Mr. Frank Chitty of Flemington T Hames.

was in our midst Saturday. The many friends of Miss Hazel V.

Messrs. Best, Yongue, Gibson and Smith will be interested to hear, of

her marriage to Mr. Carl I Bowen.

in Jacksonville. Saturday. November

19th, at 7 n. m., at the First Christian

church. Rev. Boone officiated. Mr.
Bowen is a very popular business man

of Jacksonville and also made a num

ber of friends while here on a short
visit in July. Miss Smith was one

of Belleview's most popular and much

loved young ladies before going to

Henry Carter carried their pigs to

the fair Monday.
Mrs. Bessie Gibson and others at
tended the show in Ocala Friday
night.
Mr. J. H. Thomas of Irvine was on
our streets Saturday.
Messrs. Yongue and Carter are
working in the hard wood business in
the Central neighborhood this week.

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Eights
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1S21

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GOODYEAR-CLARK

Mr. A. H. Goodyear of Ocala, and
Miiss Annie Belle Clarke, of High
Springs, were quietly married Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The
happy couple were unattended and
proceeded to the Ocala Baptist par parsonage
sonage parsonage where the nuptial service
was read by Dr. Charles L. Collins.
Many friends of the young people,
bolh in Ocala and Hirh Springs, will
wiaih them joy and happiness.

Best dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you v-ant. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotfcl .inspector. 22-tf

SASH

DOOR

Geo.acKay 2 Co.

Ocala, FLi.
HARDWARE

HIGH GRADE PAINT

rmmunnmm

BASKETBALL GAME

.The girls basketball team of the

Ocala high school will play their first

game of the season Saturday night at
7:30 on the schoolhouse court. The
girls from Lakeland will be here to
receive the first defeat handed out by
bur team- and although we feel sorry
for them we know that somebody has
to be beaten so Lakeland has been

selected as the victim. The Ocala

team is in fine form and has been do

ing some hard practice all the f all.

After the game there will be a dance

for the visiting girls. All you boys
who can shake a foot are invited to

attend. There will be a good music
and plenty of girls and the team
needs the money your present will
insure. How much? Game, .'" 50c;
dance, $1.

ORANGE SPRINGS

JOHNNY J. JONES SHOWS

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Fifteen Years Experience :
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MALTOCAFE-:
Up-to-raie Land: Coaster;
and Dialog Roca
OPEN BAY ANC SIGHT i
Sea Food?. Western
Meats,-Deiii'fl tessenv
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
JOHN METRIE
Proprietor
103 South Manila St,

The fair is indeed fortunate this
year in having the Johnny J. Jones
Shows for its midway attractions.
The midway and shows this year are
better than ever before seen in Ocala.
Johnny J. Jones has with him the
largest number of good side shows

ever brought here for our fair. The
wild animal show is good and shows
two of the best trained elephants the
reporter ever saw. The wild west
show and negro minstrel both are
drawing good crowds. For people
seeking excitement the motordrome
gives thrills beyond description. The

collection of freaks is large and somH

of them are most unusual sights, lhe
mechanical show of trench warfare is
a marvel of delicate machinery.
Johnny J. Jones has with ihim various
varieties of riding attractions, in including
cluding including the whip, Ferirs wheel, the
merry-go-round and the seaplane
ride. This last is a new sensation
worth trying. There is also a minia

ture merry-go-round and Ferris wheel

for children.

Orange Springs, Nov. 23. ReY.

Caldwell of Interlachen, is holding a
protratced meeting here which is be being
ing being well attended.

Mrs. George Walton made a busi

ness trip to Palatka Monday.

Mr. Frank Miller of Jacksonville,
spent one night here last week on his
way to his farm at Belleview.
Joe Bozeman of Leesburg brought
his mother and father here Monday
for a visit with their daughter, Mrs.
C. J. Rast.
Considerable excitement was arous aroused
ed aroused last Friday when the report went

out that Mrs, S. W. Fletcher was
1 jst in the woods in Putnam county,

about two miles away. She and Mrs

Walker started for the home of Mr.
Frank Thomas to spend the day. At

the "five points" they took the wrong
road, going nearly to McMeekin,
when they turned around and were

their way back. Mrs. Fletcher

on

left the buggy, went across the woods
to find another road and in some way

they got lost from each other. After
rambling around for two hours in

the woods and calling each other un

til their throats were sore, Mrs.
Fletcher found her way to Gordon

Wirnberley's to get help and Mrs.

Walker came back to Orange Springs

and reported the occurrence. Messrs.

Joe Rast, Will Wimberly and John
Livingston started out in search of

Mrs. Fletcher and found Ernest
Wimberly searching for Mrs. Walker.
The situation looked grave for a
wh:ie t now is the joke of the day.

UNCLASSIFIED

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with cord tires- A good buy. Apply
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CHIROPRACTIC For those tired

nerves, headaches, liver and stomach
troubles; in fact, no matter what

NOTICE, EASTERN STARS

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S, will
hold its regular meeting tonight at 8
o'clock. All members urged to be
present. Important business.
Susan Cook, Secretary.

FAIR GROUND LUNCHES

While you are at the fair be sure
to call at the lunch stand being ope-

your ailment, you can rapidly andi10? AM Society of

Others are doing so. Why not you
Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala House. 24-St

LOST Silvertown Goodrich tire, 34
x 4, on rim; lost between Ocala
and Belleview Saturday. Finder
please return to Chero-Cola Com Company
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Accident and Health Department of
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Apply to 615 S. Sanchez street, or
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Plicae Us.

' -i-ii, the arrest and securing the conviction

UUr WUru w WW UIU nu"l Qt tfce person plating the game laws

- Others WOrlC IS TOlli m Marion county,

About.

OCALA,

The Marion County Fish and Game

Protective Association otters a 're 'reward
ward 'reward not to exceed one hundred dol

lars, for the arrest and conviction of

any person violating the fish and
game laws that apply to Marion
county, the reward to be graduated in

proportion to the offense and verdict
of the court and for the first convic conviction
tion conviction only. The law provides the game

season to open Nov. 20th and close
Feb. 15th, on such game as designated
by law, except wild deer and turkeys
on the east side, of Marion county,
which is closed to April 1st, 1923. Any
person hunting and killing game out outside
side outside of their voting precinct must pay
a license fee of $1.25. To hunt and
kill game anywhere in the county a
license of $3.50. The law requires a
license of $25 shall be paid by any
person hunting game in this county
who is a citizen of some other state,
and not a citizen of the state of
Florida. To hunt game without pay paying
ing paying a license is a violation of law.
The reward herein offered shall be

paid to the person pr persons making

R. F. Rogers, President.
J. A. Talton, Secretary.

FLOIDA ll-17-4t-thurs-dly ll-18-2t-wky

Lake Weir, Nov. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. McCuen and Mrs. P. A. Meth Meth-vin
vin Meth-vin of Atlanta, will arrive this eve evening
ning evening to open the Maczume cottage for
a house party at Woodmar. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry G. Poole, Mrs. L. W. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, Mrs. M. D. Reybold, all of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, will motor down the latter
part of the week to be their guests
for an indefinite time. Maczume cot cottage
tage cottage is noted for its real fine, old

southern hospitality from Lake Weir

to Atlanta, where so many friends

have been entertained royally for the
past two years. The women of the
household have always taken an ac active
tive active part in the affairs of the Lake

Weir Club, which has greatly added

to the pleasure of the residents

around the lake and also the visitors

who appreciate their kind attention,

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heery and

family of Atlanta, with Mrs. Mills and

family and their daughter are spend

ing two weeks at their cottage on the
lake shore, which they purchased

from Mrs. Clements. Mr. Heery has
added two large rooms and two sleep

ing porches to the house, besides

other improvements, which has made

it commodious for large house par parties
ties parties his daughter expects to bring

down during the winter.

Mr. John Chaulker and interesting
family are pleasantly located in the

Barney Spencer cottage for the win

ter months or until Mr. Chaulker can
secure a cottage near Weirsdale,

vhere he will reside in future.

Mr. Woodward Yongue has accept accepted
ed accepted a position at Punta Gorda for the
winter and Mr. Edward Brooks has

taken Woodie's position with the

Standard Oil Company for the pres

ent.

Hall (under grandstand).- You will

find an abundance of the best of home

made soup, sandwiches, coffee, cakes,
pies, etc Popular prices. 22-St

NEW RESTAURANT

Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special

dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte

service day and night. West side of
public square.

tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.

Fraternal Orders

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ROYAL ARCn MASONS v

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Eat your Thanksgiving dinner with
the Methodist ladies at the fair
grounds, 75 cents. It

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

A number of the latest books by
popular authors at The Book Shop. 3t

Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
us prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

Salt n lllet, already
City Fish Market.

scaled, at the
24-tf.

FOR SALE 130-egg Clover Leaf in incubator,
cubator, incubator, used one season, good as

new, cost ?zo, wiu seu xor $ iu, or

exchange for large incubator. F.

J. Baird, four miles south Ocala on

Leesburg road, P. O. Box 388,
Ocala, Fla. 23-3-lt

WANTED Two log wagons. Must

be in good condition. Box 294,
Ocala, Fla. 22-6t

Flaconettes perfumery put up in

glass, with aluminum case no better

ever sold. To be bought only at the

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-6t

AGS SCHEDULE

CORDREY'S Transfer is on the job

day and night. Moving household

furniture and baggage our special specialties.
ties. specialties. Once tried, always used. Phone

434. L. E. Cordrey, Prop. 16-lm

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FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab

bage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
58Q

f I J J UiJUilC BblCb, JUVUV WV,

Ocala, Fla. 16-tf

FOR SALE Nice little farm consist

ing of 13 acres of land, all fenced;
nice four-room house; located five
miles from Ocala on Anthony road.
Will sell at a bargain. For terms
see H. S. Camp at U-Serve Store
No. 2. 15-12t

OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trexler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.

A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit

ing sovereigns are always welcome.

H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTniAS

FOR SALE Just received a carload

of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf

SHOE REPAIRING Why discard

your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes?
Work neatly executed on short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used., A.
B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. 11-8-lm

n Arrival .nd departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am

l'.55pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville-; 3:50 pm

i ; 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 urn
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:05 pm Tamna-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. E.
Leave Arrfrre
2:27 am JacksonviUe-NTTork 2:23 un
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
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday Thursday. Saturday.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30

'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

SPANISH WAR VETERANS

Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
W. T. Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight. Adjutant. ;

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FOUETEENTH

MULES Ten pair four year old

matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; -sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf

I BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in

need of any kind of hauling, give

us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and

117, 28-tf

COOK'S HIAOKET and GROCERY
v' -a j)
, : rr .,.,.,.......)--. ........
Everything Good To Eat
RIEATS end GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
. it
Phone - 2J3

HI COTM

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MIS

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CIS! i

Community

Agricultural

Live Stock
Citrus Fruit

$100 REWARD Will pay 5100 re-i

ward for the arrest of party and

' return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.

King and S. Magnolia St. 4-tf

FOR SAU3 Home of seven rooms,

pantry and bath room in fine loca-J
tion. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.

Prvr f nrther" information call at

Needham Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. SO-tf

FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six

rooms, hall, bath, butler's pscry
and screen porch.. Attractive built
in features. See H. A. Davies. 18-6t

Johnny; J.; Jones. Exposition
... .WUl lurnlsh the mid-way attractions

IllOWS

1CB

MING

SPECIAL BATES. ON TOE RAILROAD.

OCALA IS ON TOE DIXIE DIG0WAY

ALh

THIS

' WEEK

THE WMD)H M

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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the hear of the city with Hemming Park for a .-front yard yard-p.
p. yard-p. j M.MfMM fn m.sh mom. Dinine room ieme i

U Y C I IXiW vwu?iiivuw. -

second to uoae

ROBERT i MEYER,

; ' Uaaagcr.

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J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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HEMSTITCHING By Mrs. M. A.

Ten Eyck, 703 E. Fifth St phone

391. i9-et

WANTED Knitting to do; sweaters,

infants' bootees, etc. Apply phone

432. 19-3

Here's your opportunity to furnish

your entire home. Until January 1
we will sell any item in our store at

oTMtlv reduced crices for cash.

Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 15-tf

TRANSFER

FIRE

WHITE STAR LB 3

1

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE

Negotiable Storage Receipt Iacaed a Cotton. Automobile. Etc.

.... wore rV ctttp I fnXG DISTANCE

n

Dr. F. E. McClane is now located

in Commercial Bank building. : 023-e
Tihone 211 two rings: residence

MOVX, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

m
m

phone 151. 15-tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, 1HURSDAT. NOVEMBER 24, 1921

f

LA QGCURREE1CES

If ycra have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

There will be a basket ball game
Saturday night at 8 o'clock at the
high school court, between Lakeland
and the high school team.
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf

Mr. Frank Merrin' of Flant City,
arrived in Ocala today to remain un until
til until Saturday, when with Mrs. Merrin,

who has been the guest of her father,

Mr. John Martin, they will return
home. :

Our several flavors of cup cakes
take the worry off the housewife who

doesn't know what kind of cakes to

serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.

Mrs. Charles Mathews and Mrs.

George Yancey of .Candler are visi
tors to the fair.

News has just been received m

Ocala of the death of Mrs. Walsh of
Savannah, which occurred Sunday.
Mr. Walsh was a brother-in-law of
Mrs. E. C. Beuchler of Anthony". Mrs.
Beuchler and her mother, who was

visiting her, left week ago Sunday,
having been summoned to Savannah
on account of the serious illness of
Mr. Walsh.

Mr. Hugo Mcintosh of Dunnellon is

spending a few days in the city and

attending the fair.

Mr. Robert Allen Burford, on hi3
way to his home in Birmingham,
stopped in Ocala for a brief visit to
his relatives and friends.

SPLENDID EXHIBIT

OF FINE STOCK

If you've ever eaien better bread
and rolls than we serve you, tell us
about it. Federal Eakery. 15-t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.! Mrs. F. W. Ditto has returned from

her visit to St. Petersburg. She was

Mrs. C. C. Hunt of Crystal Rive,! accompanied by Mr. Chas. L. Fox,

spent Wednesday in Ocala shopping, I who drove in a car thru the country,

and seeing the fair. but Teturned to St. Petersburg on the

next train. Charlie has a thriving

Mr. L. H. Oliver, who has been vis-1 business in St. Petersburg.

iting his family in Arlington, Ga., is

expected home today.

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

Overland 83, five passenger; good! throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

tires, top and upholstering, $250. Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf

Terms. Spencer-Pedrick .Motor Co.,

phone 8, city. 15-tf The seaplane at the Johnny Jones

shows is the loveliest thing in motion

Miss Annie Joe Law returned to I ever yet seen at the fair. In it and

Brooksville Wednesday afternoon, with a orettv eirl beside him. a vouncr

, m c
after spending several days in town I man might be excused for thinking

as the guest of Mrs. E. G. Lindner. he was flying to heaven.

Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.

Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-t

UNCLE SAM
is on the
Job at his
Electric
SHOE
SIuop

114 Ft. King Avenue

Where you can get your
worV: done on short notice.
Cut out this ad and bring
it with you and you will get
a 10 per cent reduction on
your work.
S. "HICK EL

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Mr. W. J. Thomas, who has been

Mr. Norman Home of the Universi-1 with MacKay & Company for some

ty of Florida, is spending Thanksgiv- time, has gone to Schenectady, N. Y.,
ing in town with his mother, Mrs. j where he will be engaged in building

Maude Home. Ifor several months.

Mr. and Mrs. Carson Lee of Wash- Try our layer cakes. They're just

ington, are expected Friday for a j like the real home made ones you like

visit with their daughter, Mrs. Paul so well. Federal Bakery. 15-6t

Simmons.

estate .treasurer Lumng was in

Mr. Harry O. Cole and family are town yesterday, on his way from

among the Leesburg visitors at the Leesburg to Tallahassee. He paid

fair grounds today.

Thanksgiving favors, luncheon sets,

etc., at The Book Shop. 22-3t

the industrial school a visit.

Your favorite odor of perfumery

can be had in the famous French Fla

conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

WE
Repair All Cars
Weld All Metals
Rebore Cylinder
Blocks
For Satisfaction Give Us a
Trial.
WILLIAMS' GARAGE
Phone 597 Mgi s. Phone 408

Mrs. J. F. Pelot, formerly of Ocala,

hut. nnw of Orlandn nnd Mr Rrnwn I .

, jcnampion nunters so

uwCU, wcreuupr ux iuwn "brought down a turkey

leraay ana visitors to our xair.

The Book Shop is daily receiving

new Christmas goods. 22-3t

Jim Engesser and Joe Bell are the

far. Each

yesterday-

Jim's weighed twenty-four pounds

and Joe's twenty-five.

Dr. E. G. Lindner expects to leave

Alderman Mclver was prevalent on

the midway last night. Mr. Mac had

a big rose in his buttonhole and a big

baturday for Havana, to attend the smiie on his face. Looked to the Star

convention of the Seaboard Air Line J like he was trying to capture the

surgeons, which meets m that city snffraget vote,

next week.

1

Call phone 1O8 when you want groc- j

eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.

I this, department in turn there are
jellies, jams, marmalades, catsups,

pickles, relishes, vinegar and erystal-

terpiece a vase of perfect pink roses,
Marion grown.
Also another collection on the left

(Continued from First Page) I 2e fruits and candies, each grouped as you enter that deserves special

in its own class and each class sep

arate and distinct,-well labeled and
attractively displayed.

There was a long table filled with

all kinds of breads, biscuits, beaten

biscuit and doughnuts and cookies.

In the center of this department

stands a long case, filled with every
kind of cake imaginable, and just to

gines, dynamos, pumps and other
machinery are being well displayed.

t has one of the smaller engines

with a section cut out so that it
shows the inner workings when turn turned
ed turned by an electric motor.

The Oldsmar Tractor Company has

on exhibit in this building one of its

small tractors and an orange grovel'00 one's mouth waters, and as one

eating apparatus. This heating ap-1 Kazes uPn these perfections in the

paartus is a new feature beinz manu- I art of cake making one can imagine

factored by this concern. It burns that to be a judge and sample each

crude oil and is guaranteed to eiveone would be the only thing to wish

more heat than any other device on or hut when you consider a judge's

the market. This exhibit is in charge I duties are to judge, then you realize

of Mr. A. B. Turner of Oldsmar. I how hard the problem would be,

Next in line comes pies as tempt

insr as the cakes, or more so. it de

The fair this year shows some fine pds on how lone one has looked at

fiegs, cattle, horses and mules. The the cakes and been filled bv nroxv.1

Stock Exhibit

It

DANGER!
"Stop,
Look and
Listen

It is not
safe to wait
any longer.
Give me
that suit or

overcoat order at once.
Don't let cold weather
catch you unprepared.
J. A. CHANDLER
126 S. Main SL, Upstairs
Thompson Building

If you visit the midway, be sure

and see that clever little boy in one of

the shows on the south side. That

lr?i Visa mriro infnrmati'nn Kaflr rf

Mr. Fred J. Burden and daughter h;. thouhtfui aru1 -looking face

T-l : it I o CT

01 Emporia, arrivea in me cuy yes- than many oId men

teraay ana were Dusy greeting 01a

friends. They will be here until Sat

urday.

Overland 90, five passenger; good

tires, top, upholstering and paint;

$350. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor

Co. Phone 8, city. 15-tf

Test our delivery service-when you

want FRESH meat. Just call phone

108. Main Street Market. tf

The Methodist ladies are living up

to their reputation of serving fine

dinners at their stand at the fair. It

n m v-v 1 iiauitu ab iai.v; jlc. ai. 1 j uuuo voiuaj)

e., Ti.m v i.lDut they say it poured under the
Saturday for Port Tampa, from which . . . ... ...

in no way detracted from the dinner,
it did develop a sleight of hand in the

exhibits of the Hiawatha Stock Farm,

W. C. Blood owner, and of W. M. Gist

cf Mcintosh, are each worth a long

trip to see and should be an inspira inspiration
tion inspiration to any farmer of Marion county.

In Poland China hogs Mr. Blood of

the Hiawatha farm shows "Blood's

Chief," a grand champion aged boar

in Jacksonville in 1919 and 1921. In
addition to this champion Mr. Blood

has on display some other very fine

Poland China hogs. Mr. Gist has on

exhibit 31 head of Poland Chinas, in including
cluding including a grand champion sow at Sa

vannah, Atlanta and Macon. These
two exhibitors have the best Poland

uninas at our iair, Dut there are

many other pens of this breed ex

hibited, by other farmers over the

country. Anthony seems to have the

largest exhibit of hogs this year.

Messrs. Albert Johnson, Henry Stew

art, George Pasteur, Ed Howell, B. K.
Padgett and Billy Howell all have

good looking Poland Chinas on ex

hibit. Miss Souter and Miss Annie

Newcome of Oak, also have fine look

ing hogs. In addition to the Poland

Chinas there are a large number of

Durocs that are deserving, of men

tion.
Boys Pig Club

The showing of the boys' pig club

is especially good this year. L. Doug

las has the largest number of pigs on
exhibit. This boy has a Duroc boar,

, a Duroc sow and five pigs, and four

Duroc pigs. Some of these are his

this year's pig club pigs and others

are last year's and their progeny. B.

Douglas, Billy Howell, James Wood

ward, Earl Best and Faulkner Carter
are other boys entering hogs in the
pig club contest. The interest shown
by these boys gives promise of a

great future for Marion.
Horses and Mules

Although small the display of

horses and mules is good. There are

several brood mares with their horse

and mule colts and all the animals

are in excellent condition.

so to sneak.

Two exhibits which caused much

favorable comment was one by a lit

tle girl 13 years old which contained
t&ked chicken with dressing, biscuits,
eornbread, pie and cake. The other,
located on the same table, represented

a table set with the most appetizing
meal one could wish to sit down to.
At the head of the table were placed
knife, fork, plate and spoon with a

dainty linen luncheon napkin. The
following menu will explain for itself

the feast that was spread: Marion
county bass, candied yams a la Mar

ion, corn sticks, hot biscuit with
home made butter, quail on toast,

Marion salad, ambrosia a la Parson
Brown, chocolate cake a la Candler,

lemon pie, hot coffee with whipped

cream. Special mention should be
made of the bass. If the reporter

should estimate how much it looked

like it weighed, "people would remark
"another fish story." And as a cen-

mention is a cabinet of prepared
food, such as baked ham, baked
chicken, lemon pie, cake, potato

salad, etc., the exhibit being made by
the domestic department of the color colored
ed colored school.
This building, under the jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction of Mrs. Dupuis of Citra, was in
charge of her two secretaries, Mrs.
D. W. Tompkins and Mrs. L. W. Pon Ponder,
der, Ponder, and their assistant, Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Bennett. The exhibit taken as
a whole was excellent, altho smaller
than formerly. The size was readily
explained by the fact that a large
proportion of the exhibits formerly

entered in this department were being
shown in the community booths. Then
again, the whole of this building was
used as a display space for the do domestic
mestic domestic science department which had
heretofore been crowded into only a
party of the room, the other part be-,
ing used by the educational depart department.
ment. department.
Blitchton School Exhibit
The Blitchton school exhibit shows
the result of careful and painstaking

study. It proves the scholars to be a
lively and industrious set of young

people. The taking of school exhibits
to the county fair is very commenda commendable.
ble. commendable. We fail to see why more schools
do not enter. It should be a yearly
event in every school. It trains the
children in carefulness, cultivates
neatness and creates enthusiasm by
matching their skill with that of
other schools.
The Negro Exhibit
The display in the building set
aside for the colored people is very
good indeed. It consists chiefly of
fancy work and school work. Howard
Academy has a large exhibit of hand
made furniture on display.

place they will sail for Havana, Cuba,
to attend the convention of the eSa-
Viftowl Ail" T.inQ an rfTDnna rf rvhinh

. Tk t -j j. I patrons, by their trying to eat their
organization Dr. Dozier is president. I ,. 'J j 4v

While in Cuba they expect to take

several trips from Havaan to differ

ent points of interest on the island.

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market. tf

dinners from under cover of the

tables, where it semed the driest, as
little streams of water began to
trickle through the roof. But we are
assured this will be remedied next
year.

Miss Mary Unger and niece, Miss
Gertrude Gernant, and their friend,

Miss Jean Glover, of Pennsylvania,

who arrived in Ocala Monday, have
taken one of the apartments in the

Moody place recently purchased by
Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch, expecting to spend

the winter in Ocala.

, I can now give you the

very latest, up-to-date

iVx methoas, assuring you

2

.VCT the

most careful and

thoro service.

OR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Snecialiat

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
; G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala. Fla.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Cartful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work i!br the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Mr. and Miss Blow of Virginia are

spending this week in Ocala at Mrs.

Arms' residence, before going to
Eastlake, where they have taken a
house for the winter. They are not

strangers, as they spent last season

here and have a number of friends,

who are delighted to know they are

to be here for another season.

Coming out from the Colonial,

where we fed our face, after break

fast this morning, we almost ran over
an auto filled with cheerful, good good-looking
looking good-looking young people. They made up
a delegation from the Triangle Union,

going out with a carfull of good
things to help less fortunate folk
have a real Thanksgiving. Eric Col

lier was shover, shoving his own car,

and with him were Misses Margaret

Overton, Mary Bryce, Mayme Smed-

ley and Frank Gates.

Another reason why people criticize

the government so much Is because It
does poorly at heavy cost a great deal

that the citizen ought to do for him

self.

The Book Shop toy store will be
opened in the Harrington Hall block

December 1. 22-3t

The Johnny Jones shows with great

public spirit intends to admit the girls
of the industrial school to its attrac attractions
tions attractions tomorrow afternoon after two
o'clock. Any friend of the school
who has a car and can help carry the
girls to the fair ground and back
will please call 72-X as soon as possible.

Tne English paper which declares
the world Is overpopulated Is wrong;
It Is merely 'overhoboed, overpelltl-

daned, overvamped and nnderplowed.

Summing It all up the economists
thfafc that times will be better Just as
soon as the people get tired waiting
foe prices to hit bottom.

Bread prices are being deflated. Now,
If the" pneumatic loaf Is punctured, the
staff of life may come back to Its old
standing.

As the dollar bill looms Iarper and
larger, by a peculiar freak, it also is
prone to obtain a lover and lower vis visibility.

A negro and his wife had a little
discussion yesterday afternoon at
their home on the Martel road, a
short distance from town. The wife
refused to listen to arbitration and
pointed a pistol in hubby's face. The
worst of it is that she pulled the
trigger and the thing was loaded.
Hubby is in the hospital now with a
bullet somewhere in his head. It en entered
tered entered between his eyes and has not

been seen since. It was not known 1 Have you thought of how much you
last night whether he would live or! can afford to give to save the chil chil-not.
not. chil-not. flren of Europe from starvation?

One beneficial result of the fading
of the flush times Is a new attention
to the demands of ordinary courtesy.

Cows and Cattle

In the display of cows there is one
exhibit which although not from our

county is one that is attracting con

siderable attention. It is an exhibit
oi fourteen registered Jerseys from
the Meadowoaks Farm at Bartow.
Miss M. O. Chase is the manager of
this herd. She has been at the state
fair in Jacksonville with her herd and
there she took twenty-one ribbons,
two grand championships, ten blues,
five reds and four whites. Miss Chase
stopped at our fair on her way home
and has her Jersey champions on ex exhibit
hibit exhibit on the east side of the cattle
pens. On a large banner across the
top of the pen is the name of the
farm, "Florida's First United States
Accredited." Meadowoaks Farms has
about 135 head of Jersey cows and
bulls, the most of which are register registered.
ed. registered. Marion's people greatly enjoyed
seeing this prize herd and thank Miss
Chase for bringing them here. In
addition to this herd Marion county
had a dozen or more good looking
Jersey cows and calves on exhibit.
These cows show that Marion has the
stuff to raise good cattle. There are
two pens of fine Angus cows, bulls
and calves which are the product of
Marion county. In addition to these
blooded cows there are on exhibit a

frw grade cows.
Culinary and Domestic Science
On the right as one enters the culi culinary
nary culinary department, tastefully arranged
on shelves, are all kinds of canned
fruits and vegetables in jars. Two
excellent exhibits are shown under
the head of the largest collective ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of canned fruit, vegetables, jel jellies,
lies, jellies, preserves, etc. The larger of
the two contains 72 articles, only a
few more in number than the second
exhibit under the same head, and in
pessing it is especially noticeable
that those exhibits are in uniform
ccntainers and by far the most at attractive,
tractive, attractive, altho' the merits of the con

tents are not judged by the kind of
top the jar has, but the general ap-'
pcarance gives a finished appearance, ;
ai:d thta is what our fair is for and
what we stand for standard and
perfection. T j
Then as one makes the rounds of

To The Public

November 22nd, 1921
0
After due consideration, I have reached the
conclusion that if a man works six days in
the week he should be entitled to one day of
rest
For this reason, in the future, my filling
station and battery station will be closed on"
Sundays, commencing with Sunday, Novem November
ber November 27th:
I sincerely trust that all of my customers
and the motorists of this community will let
me serve them on Saturday.
We will keep open until 11:45 S turday night.
.Sincerely yours,
Mack Taylor

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
llagnclos Recharged Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.iand Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

"THE SOUTHLAND" -A
New Limited Pullman, Dining, Observation Car and Coach Train
Effective from Jacksonville, Wednesday, November 16, 1921.
Daily Route NflL32
L.V. OOALuV (No. 401 A. C line 1:45 pm THROl'GII EQU IPMENT
Ar. J'konTlMe (No. 40) A.C.U t:45 pm Jacksonville to Chicago.
Lv. Jacksonville... A. C. Line 8:29 pm Jacksonville to Louiavillflj
Av. J'ksonville (No. 40) A.C.L. :45 pm Jackonvi e to Cleveland.
Lr. Waycros A. C. Line 10:30 pm Jaek3nv; lie- Ind xoapo.Ub
Ar. Albany A. C. Line 1:45 am Jacksonville to G- Rapid
Ar. Macon A. C Line 4:00 am
Ar. Atlanta A. C. Line 7:05 am Jacksonville to Grana
Lv. Atlanta U & N. RFL 7:25 am iUpldi and Mackinaw
Ar. Knoxvllle L. & S. RR. 12:32 pm City
Ar. Louisville L. & N. RR. t:30 pm
; y-. r i-if-no ...r"- OBSERVATION 10-Se-
Ar. Cincinnati.... L, & N. RR. 9:15 pm i kf-pkr JuIum.
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. fly.t. :4 pm ,.".0.
Ar. Columbus... .Penna. 6yat. 1:15 am
Ar. Akron Penna. Cyst. :25 am ,.,. a
Ar. Cleveland Penna. Syt. :20 am PA RLOR CARS Oeala tm
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. gyst. 11:40 pm JatWanie.
Ar. Port Wayne. -Penna. Syst. :15 am .
Ar. Grand Raplda Penna. Syst. 11:55 am S R
Ar-TkinaCItFi-pnrSy.i:i0:50 pm I-H .ft.
Ar. Cincinnati. .. .Penna. Syat 11:40 pm ro tp-HE Oral im Jek
ArrindianaplliTPenna.3y9t. :4S am Till, J-kJMTllle t
Lv. Cincinnati.. -Penna. Syt. 11:40 pm ( fcleaso.
Ar. Loansport.. Penna. Cyst. 4:50 am
Ar. CHICAGO Penna. Syst. 7:55 am
NOTE: Tram does not run to Mackinaw City Sundays. Sleeper
leaving Ocala Fridays runs only to Grand Eapid3.
For further information, detailed schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to or address the undersigned.
L. K. BRADDOCK, Ticket Agent, A. C. Line, Ocala, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agt. J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass Agt Agt-Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, Agt-Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
EM. NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
, The Standard Railroad of the South



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