The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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OCALA

EVEN

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WEATHER FORECAST Partlj cloudy in north and local showers tonight or Friday in south portion
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 65; This Afternoon, 85.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:20; Sets, 6:17
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 227
II
PASSAGRILLE'S BIG CHRISTMAS GIFT
UGLY OUTLOOK III
THE HEAP. EAST
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DOZEN OFAIHICA'S
SPEEDY DESTROYERS
HELD A MEETING
HOTEL BURNED
OF ELECTRICITY

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REALTORS

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AM

Prospects for Improvements and Rap Rapidly
idly Rapidly Increasing Business in The
Near Future are Extremely
Pleasing

The Marion County Realtors Asso Association
ciation Association held an enthusiastic meeting
today at the office of F. W. Ditto, and
an expression from each member
present was to the effect that pros prospects
pects prospects are that there will be more
Marion county property change hands
within, the coming three months than
has been the case in the past twelve.
Mr. Frederick n Roy of Crystal
River, was elected a member of the
association. Mr. Van Roy is among
the persistent Florida boosters and
the realtors have added another real
live one to their membership. Mr.
Van Roy was elected a delegate to the
state realtors meeting to be held in
St. Petersburg on October 23 and 24.
A committee was appointed to draft
r suitable resolutions oh the recent
death of one of the association's
valued members, Mr. L. M. Murray.
As above stated, the real estate
men claim that they have seen the
handwriting on the wall and this sec section
tion section i3 slated for big improvements
during the coming winter. Already
hundreds of people in other states
are writing about Marion county, hav having
ing having heard favorable reports from the
county on account of her many agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and horticultural victories
won in competition with other sections
at the South Florida, Mid-Winter and
Florida State fairs, held respectively,
in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville
last season.
With over a million dollars worth
of street and road work now in pro progress
gress progress in the city and county and the
many other indications of progress
the realtors are justified in their op optimism
timism optimism for the immediate future of
the city and county.
GHASTLY MYSTERY IN
A MISSOURI TOWN
"St. Louis, Sept. 28. Gertrude
Brenn, twenty-two, wife of Harry
Brenn, proprietor of the garage at
Oakville, Mo., who disappeared after
fire destroyed his place of business
last Tuesday, today was subjected to
further questioning by the police who
are investigating the mysterious theft
of the body of Celesia Schneider, age
eighteen, who was found buried among
the ruins of the fire, from its grave
in Mount Hope cemetery. The charred
torso, first thought to be that of
Brenn, who was believed to have been
burned to death, was found in the
ruins of the fire. After it was ex examined
amined examined the autopsy surgeon declared
it the body of a woman. Detectives
announced they were working on the
theory that the burned torso may be
the body of the Schneider girl.
CALLED TO MEET
MANY OLD COMRADES
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 28. Rev. J.
S. McNeilly,, eighty-four, chaplain of
Quarles' Confederate brigade in the
civil war and sixty-two years in the
ministry of the Southern Presbyterian
church, died at his home this morning
after a long illness.
FORD'S FOOL FRIENDS
Bay City, Mich., Sept. 28. A pro proposal
posal proposal to endorse Henry Ford for the
presidency of the United States in
1924 was prepared for presentation to
the resolution committee of the state
convention. What the fate of the
proposal would be in the resolutions
committee, none of the state central
committee members would attempt to
forecast.
PROGRAM AT BAPTIST CHURCH
The following program will be
given Friday evening at eight o'clock
at the Baptist church:
Song.
Talk, "State Missions."
Song.
Prayer.
Demonstration on state missions by
Girls' Auxiliary.
Song by Girls' Auxiliary.
Arthur Martin, who is accused of
killing Robert Lawrence, colored, sev several
eral several weeks ago, had a hearing before
Judge Bullock today, and was admit admitted
ted admitted to bail in the sum of $5000. Mar Martin
tin Martin has not found bondsmen yet. W.
K. Zewadski is his attorney.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

Saved
St. Petersburg, Sept. 28. Fire
which was discovered at 3:30 this
morning destroyed the Pass-a-Grille
hotel on an island adjacent to St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. The loss is estimated at
$150,000 with insurance amounting to
$G8,000. The hotel was closed and oc occupied
cupied occupied only by a caretaker who out
with his own trunk and nothing else
was saved from the building. It was
a four-story frame structure contain containing
ing containing eighty-seven rooms. This is the
third disastrous fire at Pass-a-Grille
this year and the fourth hotel burned
on the island in the last few years.
Incendiaries are suspected and citi citizens
zens citizens believe a fire bug is operating on
the island.
MILLER-DAVIS
The culmination of much of Ocala's
social activity of the past week was
the wedding this afternoon at the
Piesbyterian church when Miss Mary
Elizabeth Davis became the bride of
Mr. Charles Guy Miller.
The little church lends itself beau beautifully
tifully beautifully to decoration. Long sprays of
bamboo and delicate sprays of feathery
plumosa fern combined with the tiny
heart-shaped flower of delicate pink of
the love vine were used to carry out
the pink and green color motif. Sprays
of fern were used on the walls be be-twen
twen be-twen the windows with bunches of the
same on all the shaded center lights.
On either side of the organ the walls
were banked with long-stemmed
bamboo and just in front of this over
each aisle was an arch of the same
and the two were joined by a third
arch which rose above the rostrum.
Suspended from this center arch was
a big white wedding bell, beneath
which the ceremony was performed.
At the base of the arches tall candle candlesticks
sticks candlesticks with white tapers were placed,
and just in front and to either side
of the center arch were two white
pedestals twined with plumosa fern
and surmounted by branched candela candelabra.
bra. candelabra. Tall candles were also used ef effectively
fectively effectively on the piano and in front oi
the organ. Long sprays of the love
vine showing delicate pink where it
was entwined with the dark green of
the fern.
Before the ceremony Mrs. Phillip
Murphy, accompanied at the piano by
Miss Byrd Wartmann, sang sweetly
"O Promise Me." by Reginald De-
Koven, and "At Dawning," by Charles
Wakefield Cadman. Just at four
o'clock to the strains of the Lohengrin
Wedding March the bridal party en entered
tered entered the church from the rear, the
bridesmaids and ushers coming first.
Miss Nina Camp entered from the
right and at the same time Mr. Joe
Borden entered from the left, and ad
vanced together up the aisle, meeting
at the foot of the rostrum and cross crossing
ing crossing to the opposite sides. Next in the
same order came Miss Ava Lee Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Mr. Robert MacKay, like likewise
wise likewise crossing in front of the rostrum
to opposite sides. Mrs. Norton Davis,
matron of honor, followed the maids
and the ushers, advancing up the left
aisle and after her came Miss Meme
Davis, sister of the bride and her maid
of honor.
The bride entered from the left on
the arm of her brother, Mr. Norton
Davis, and they were met at the altar
by the groom and his best man, Mr.
C. C. Bennett, who had entered from
the study as the other members of
the wedding party entered from the
back. The bride and groom took
their places before the altar and there
surrounded by their attendants, met
Rev. W. F. Creson, pastor of the
church. The dark green of the foliage
and delicate pink of the flowers made
I a beautiful background for the deli
cate fabrics of the ladies' costumes
and for the wedding party as it stood
grouped in front of the rostrum.
The ceremony performed by Rev.
Creson was short and simple, the im
pressive double ring service being
used.
The bride was radiant and looked
charming gowned in an elaborate aft
ernoon frock of white chepe de chene,
combined with white radium lace. The
waist, which was long, was entirely
of lace, the lace being used as side
draperies and panels which fell below
the hem of her dress. With this she
wore a large white picture hat of
georgette and lace, with a draped
crown of brocaded silver cloth and
trimmed with ostrich flues. Her

Only Caretaker's Trunk was
And Citizens Suspect
Incendiarism

To Men Who Helped Win an Empire
And Men Who Helped Save
The Nation

Washington, Sept. 28. A pension
pay envelope increased from $50 to
$72 a month for Civil and Mexican
war veterans as a Christmas gift from
Uncle Sam is planned by republican
leaders in Congress. A bill providing
for pension increases already has been
passed by the Senate and Senator
Carsum, republican, of New Mexico,
its author, says he has been promised
by House republican leaders that it
will be passed by the House soon after
Congress reconvenes.
SUCCESSFUL RAID ON
BANK IN CINCINNATI
Cincinnati, Sept. 28. Five men en
tered the Hamilton County Bank, on
Woodburn avenue today, struck the
cashier over the head and escaped
with $14,000, according to a report to
police headquarters.
WILL PLEAD INSANITY
Los Angeles, Sept. 28. Insanity
will be the defense of Mrs. Clara
Phillips, charged with having beaten
Mrs. Alberta Tremaine Meadows, 20-
year-old widow, to death with a ham
mer.
accessories were all white. A bouquet
of bride roses with shower of lilies of
the valley completed the bride's cos costume.
tume. costume. The matron of honor wore white
georgette with white radium lace,
and a large picture hat of lace and
georgette with white ostrich plumes.
Miss Ava Lee Edwards, the other
bridesmaid, wore green georgette ef effectively
fectively effectively combined with green lace
and with this costume she wore a hat
of white metalic cloth, trimmed with
green ornaments. All of the bride's
attendants carried large arm bouquets
of pink Russell roses.
Miss Nina Camp wore orchid chiffon
with a hat of orchid silk, feather
trimmed.
Following the ceremony the bridal
party left the church to the strains of
Mendlessohn's wedding march, as a
recessional. They went immediately
to the home of the bride from which
place Mr. and Mrs. Miller left by au automobile
tomobile automobile for Daytona Beach, where
they will spend the next three weeks.
Mrs. Miller traveled in a handsome
midnight blue coat suit embroidered
with silk braid. With this she wore
a brown and tan felt hat trimmed with
tan ostrich feathers, tan shoes and
stockings and gloves and carried a
tan hand bag.
Mrs. Miller is the eldest daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis.
She has always lived in Ocala, is much
admired and loved by her friends and
all unite in wishing her every happi happiness
ness happiness in her wedded life. She has been
the recipient of many social affairs
since her engagement was announced
a month ago and the many handsome
and useful gifts testify to her popu
larity.
Mr. Miller is the eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Miller of Fairfield and
has made Ocala his home for several
years. He travels for the wholesale
grocery firm of Pillans & Smith and
is well known throughout this terri territory
tory territory and popular as a business man.
He is to be congratulated on winning
one of Ocala's most charming daugh daughters
ters daughters for his bride.
The out of town guests attending
the wedding included the parents of
the groom, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Miller,
his sister, Mrs. Reichelberser, and his
brother, Mr. Everett Miller of Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, and Miss Elizabeth Burton of
Leesburg.
BROOKSVILLE'S PAPERS
TO BE CONSOLIDATED
Brooksville, Sept. 28. (By the As
sociated Press). Edwin R. Russell,
publisher and editor of the Southern
Argus here has purchased the Brooks Brooks-viIIa
viIIa Brooks-viIIa Star from A. Keathly and
Brooksville in future will have only
one weekly newspaper. Mr. Russell,
who has published the Argus for
many years has issued his paper und under
er under difficulties for the last several
months, his plant having been des destroyed
troyed destroyed by fire. He took charge of
the Star plant immediately after pur purchasing
chasing purchasing the property.
Manufacturers in Sweden are mak-
ing a new type of cut glass, cheaper
than plain glass and more beautiful.

British Government Regards Situation
At the Dardanelles As Ex Extremely
tremely Extremely Critical

London, Sept. 28. British govern government
ment government circles today took a grave view
of the situation at the Dardanelles
which was regarded as so critical as
to overshadow the revolutionary de developments
velopments developments in Greece. The opinion
was expressed there is greater pros prospect
pect prospect of fighting between the British
and Turkish nationalists than at any
previous time.
UNSATISFACTORY ANSWER
The cabinet was convened to con consider
sider consider a message from Brigadier Gen General
eral General Sir Charles Harrington, com commanding
manding commanding the allied armies in Con Con-statninople,
statninople, Con-statninople, summarizing Mustapha
Kemal Pasha's reply to General Har Harrington's
rington's Harrington's warning against violation of
the neutral zone along the straits. The
reply is considered to be evasive and
ambiguous.
BIG FORCE OF BRITISH
Both British and Turkish are con concentrating
centrating concentrating large forces on the Ismid
and Chanak lines. The British fleet
on the spot now consists of six dread dreadnoughts,
noughts, dreadnoughts, seven battleships and seven seventy
ty seventy destroyers, while the land forces,
which are continually being increased,
already amount to 30,000 men.
MANY GREEKS IN THRACE
It is stated that Greece has 80,000
troops in Thrace ready to fight the
Turks, and in the event of a revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary government coming into
power, with a determination to defend
the provinces, the question arises who
will undertake to enforce Greek evac evacuation
uation evacuation to satisfy Kemalist demands.
GEORGE KING OF GREECE
Athens, Sept. 28. Crown Prince
George, who married Princess Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth of Rumania, becomes king of
Greece.
"Until the people say they want me
no more, I shall hold my throne," the
new king declared to the Associated
Press correspondent last night. He
accepts this swift revolution as the
voice of the people.
CONSTANTINE IN THE CALA CALABOOSE
BOOSE CALABOOSE Constantinople, Sept. 28. Former
King Constantine of Greece, who ab
dicated yesterday, is reported to have
been imprisoned by revolutionists in
Athens.
PLAYING 'POSSUM
Paris, Sept. 28. "I wish to be con
sidered as dead," was the reply of
Eliutherios Venizelos to the ques
tion as to the part he might play un
der the new government of Greece. He
told all correspondents not to trouble
to visit him.'
SCHOOL CHILDREN SUFFER
FROM POISONED SANDWICHES
Birmingham, Sept. 28. A roll call
at Woodlawn high school today show
ed 260 students absent as a result of
food poisoning yesterday. While many
students affected were violently ill
for a time it was said all were out of
danger today with the exception ot
one. An investigation indicated that
the students were poisoned by eating
sandwiches made from ground beef,
cabbage, celery and pickles at the
school cafeteria.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FOR SWINE GROWERS
Gainesville, Sept. 28 (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The College of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture of the University of Florida
through its Agriculture News Service
is broadcasting in the state a remedy
for worms in hogs, sponsored by the
United States Department of Agri Agriculture.
culture. Agriculture. The mixture is composed of
one bushel of charcoal; one bushel of
hardwood ashes; eight pounds of salt;
eight pounds of air-slacked lime; four
pounds of sulphur and two pounds of
pulverized copperas.
In preparing the remedy, the lime,
salt and sulphur are throughly mixed
after which the charcoal and ashes
!are added. The copperas is dissolved
I in one gallon of water, sprinkled over
jthe other ingredients and mixed com com-jpletely.
jpletely. com-jpletely. The mixture then is stored
in a barrel under shelter. Some of
the mixture should be kept in a shal-
;low trough constantly before the hogs.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

Explosion Caused by Lightning Today
Destroyed an Entire Town
In Northern Italy

Genoa, Sept. .28. An explosion
caused by lightning today destroyed
Falcanara, near San Terezo, on the
Gulf of Genoa, wrecked the town, kill killing
ing killing and wounding many persons. The
wounded are being taken to hospitals
in Spezie. Seventy bodies have al already
ready already been recovered.
CAUGHT UP WITH KEMP
Killed a Man Forty-Four Years Ago
In North Carolina
St. Augustine, Sept. 28. Joseph B.
Kemp, alias J. W. English, aged sixty sixty-two,
two, sixty-two, was arrested here yesterday in
connection with the killing of Daniel
McNeil, at Red Springs, N. C, forty forty-four
four forty-four years ago. Kemp admitted shoot shooting
ing shooting McNeil, but claims self defense
and told the story of the occurrence.
Kemp will waive extradition and re return
turn return immediately with the North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina officers.
STAND BY THE RED CROSS
Editor Star: The American Red
Cross again extends its thanks for
the manner in which you opened the
columns of your newspaper to it dur
ing the war emergency. You and
other members of the press made pos possible
sible possible the speedy elimination of a crisis.
Armistice Day this year will mark
the fourth anniversary of the cessa cessation
tion cessation of hostilities on the western
front. The inflated war fighting force
have been decimated. The huge mu
nition industries have passed on.
Peaceful pursuits have been resumed.
But the term "normalcy" cannot ap apply
ply apply for years to come. We are chal challenged
lenged challenged by a reconstruction problem of
vast proportions. Thousands of ex ex-service
service ex-service men and their families are
facing grave situations for which the
war is responsible. Nor are the ques questions
tions questions of peace less emergent than
those of war. Suffering and social
handicaps are the portion of a large
part of our population.
Following are the statistics taken
from the records of sixty-three chap chapters
ters chapters in Florida for the past seven
months:
Five thousand eight hundred and
sixty ex-service men or their families
have received Red Cross service dur
ing the first seven months of this
year; 763 civilian families have been
served; 1050 patients have been cared
for by Red Cross public health nurses;
14,200 visits have been made by Red
Cross public health nurses; 7171
school children have had examination
for physical defects; 90 persons have
received Red Cross home hygiene cer certificates;
tificates; certificates; 380 persons have received
life-saving certificates; 7873 school
children are enrolled in world-wide
service to the Junior Red Cross; 861
garments for use in home and foreign
lands have been made by the women
in Florida; 139 disabled world war
veterans in veterans hospital No. 63,
Lake City, are attended by a Red
Cross medical social service worker.
We earnestly hope that you, appre appreciating
ciating appreciating the significance of these facts,
will urge your community through
your editorial columns, to support the
American Red Cross during the an annual
nual annual roll calk November 11-30, 1922.
Cordially yours,
Harry L. Hopkins, Manager.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 26.
WTe may not be able to take the
credit for winning the war, but we
gave credit with which the war was
won. Asheville Times.
It is rumored that Mr. De Valera
has on several occasions eluded cap capture
ture capture by. disguising himself as an
Irishman. Punch.
The worst indictment against free
verse is that it is not only free, but
free and easy. New York Morning
Telegraph.
In this country sapient editorial
comment on Chinese affairs has ref reference
erence reference chiefly to the rising and set setting
ting setting of Dr. Sun. Cincinnati Times Times-Star.
Star. Times-Star. It mav be some time before the
country is in a stable condition, but
i it has at least reached a garage con-
Idition. New York MaiL
Advertise in the Evening Star.

Will Go to Look After the United
States' Interests in Near
Eastern Waters

Norfolk, Sept. 2S Preparations for
the dispatching of twelve destroyers
ordered by the navy department to
proceed to Constantinople were being
completed here today. The selection
of the destroyers is understood to be
under Admiral John D. McDonald,
commanding the battleship force of
the Atlantic fleet, which is now off the
Virginia capes.
SUMTER WILLING TO TAKE
CHARGE OF THE STRIP
Bushnell, Sept. 27. Messrs. Mayo
and Clyburn of Marion county and
County Judge McCollum and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Woods of the Sumter Chamber of
Commerce drove to Brooksville Mon Monday
day Monday and laid before the commissioners
of Hernando county a proposition to
supply, at actual cost, delivered, all
the famous Ocala lime rock required
to repair and render passable the six
miles of road connecting the model
highway of Sumter county with a
similar good road from the Pasco line
southward to Dade City.
The six miles in the dark stretch
of Hernando now renders impossible
connection between the two model
links in the shortest stretch between
Georgia and Tampa and South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Receiving courteous consideration,
but no encouragement from the Her Hernando
nando Hernando commissioners, the visitors
spread the proposition before the
chairman of the state road depart department,
ment, department, H. B. Philips, then in Brooks Brooksville.
ville. Brooksville. He confessed amazement to
learn that Sumter had about complet completed
ed completed a million-dollar highway from the
lower Marion county line to the lower
Sumter line, without outside aid; a
road pronounced by Editor Benjamin
of the Ocala Star, "with the exception
of the Dixie Highway from St. Lucie
to Miami, Sumter's is the best road we
have ridden over in Florida."
Judge Phillips realizes that Her Hernando's
nando's Hernando's impassable six miles above
referred to constitutes a fatal but
easily remediable link in a highway
best in its composition and shortest
in its transit by many miles between
North and South Florida.
If Hernando will not make the
short stretch passable, and if the
state road department cannot fore forestall
stall forestall the calamity by state aid, Sumter
will gladly annex the territory and
build the link herself.
HIGH HONOR FOR SCOTT
Gainesville, Sept. 28. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press). Professor John M.
Scott, vice director and animal in industrialist
dustrialist industrialist of the Florida Experiment
Station has been elected a member of
the Advisory Committee of the Amer American
ican American Genetic Association, declared to
be an unusal honor.
The association is an incorporated
organization devoted to promoting a
knowledge of the laws of heredity
and their application to the improve improvement
ment improvement of plants, animals and human
racial stocks. Its membership is
composed of men of science, teachers,
publicists, physicians, clergymen, parr
jents, students, horticulturists and
breeders of livestock throughout the
world.
CALCULATING ON THE
GANDY BRIDGE TRAFFIC
St. Petersburg. Sept. 28. (By the
Associated Press). George S. Gandy
Sr., head of the company which re recently
cently recently began construction of a cause causeway
way causeway across old Tampa Bay which
when completed, will put Tampa and
St. Petersburg within eighteen miles
of each other by highway, has an announced
nounced announced that Pinellas and Hillsbor Hillsborough
ough Hillsborough counties possess 1759 auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. Mr. Gandy in gathering
data in an effort to determine the pos
sible volume of traffic over the bridge
obtained his information from the of office
fice office of State Comptroller Ernest
Amos. Construction of the bridge
will not be completed in less than 18
months and it is estimated that by the
time the structure is opened to traffic
ii x rii 1 4. 1
iin two counties wui ixave iuu vu.
i approximately 20,000 cars exclusive
of the hundreds of machines brought
to the etate each winter by tourists.
Keith Bans "Wet" Jckes-Head-line.
Mumm'a the word, and Extra
; Dry. Norfolk Virginian Pilot.



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1922

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UCClld CVcilillU jjldl most go," and in its place be installed
: I purebred swine, that have more sense

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STAR destruc-STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY, jtive, withal. Times-Union.

Both you and Secretary Harrell

OCALA, FLORIDA

(Lakeland Star Telegram)
It does one good to get a breath

of the Old South; there must ever be
z wealth of sentiment surrounding the

II. J. Blttlaser, Preaidemt
H. D. LcarmMd, Vfee-PresMcat

V. I-eavcacood, SetrcUrr-Trcunrer

J. H. BcajamlB, Editor

I should be indicted for spelling piny lives of those whose ancestors madejl

A Word
To the Wise!

HUDSOM

i woods "piney-woods.

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Entered at Ocala. Fla.. poatofflc as
cond-class matter.

- TELEPHONES
Baalaeaa Office Flre-Oac
Editorial Departraeat Twa-Scvea
Society Reporter Flre-Oao

WEIRSDALE PACKING CO.

HAS BEGUN WORK

The new packing house at Weirsdale
belonging to the Weirsdale Packing

Company began operations Wednes

day morning. The work went on
rather slowly at first because of lack

of organization. The construction

history for us; those whose deeds of

chivalry, whose fine sense of honor,
whose devotion to duty and to tradi tradition
tion tradition will last through the coming

years.

One could use the city of Tallahas

see, the dear old capital of Florida, as
the center of the circle, the circum circumference
ference circumference of which would take in Quin-

cy and Madison and Monticello in

MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS

Tho Associated Press is exclusively 0f organization. Ine construction Florida and Thomasville in Georeia
entitled for the use for republication of ff j j B,
all news dispatches credited to it or not force was hardly on the ground ana and within these confines you would

otherwise credited in this paper and ; imrifirj(vi ftp nrnpTp.cs of the cackiner I tA-, finA

ocal news published herein.!""1' .' , I ., uu

house crew but even with that handi

cap many a box of oranges will leave
Weirsdale on today's freight. The

fruit is being packed under the well

also the local

All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.
DOMEST2C SUBSCRIPTION RATES

One year, in advance 6.00

-i nree monms, in aarance .uu n, Trr;ji
Three months in advance 1.50 known Blue Goose brand in Weirsdale

One month, in advance 60 j Packing Company boxes.

4DVERTISIXG rates This packing plant is the most com- ot: the Suwanee river

Dlaplart Plate 15 cents per inch for plete in the neighborhood. The last
t&ur?lfflt&l improved machinery is used

tlon charges on ads. that run less than 'at every point. Among the other im-

siz limes u cenis per men. -special i . 1-.. ;.

oositlon Za per cent additional.

based on four-inch minimum. Less than polorinc nrocess

-. t n V. ---Ill .1rA V...-... 1 C

four inches will take a higher rate,
which, will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. Readlasr Notices. Five cents per line

for first Insertion; three cents per line J

for each subsequent insertion, one
change a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.

Rates portant features of the plant is

The green colored

fruit is placed in air-tight rooms,
where it is treated with a carbon

dioxide gas until it has turned a gold-

sified, all the culture and tradition

typical of the South of the early Sixties.

Candidly, the average resident of

South Florida knows little or nothing
of his fellow citizens who reside west

We in this

section of the State have much to
learn and much to profit by, through
a more intimate acquaintanceship
with our neighbors. There is a reas reason
on reason for this present condition of aloof aloofness;
ness; aloofness; that reason is the lack of com communication.
munication. communication. You ask: "How about

the railroads?" One attempt to trav-

en color. It then goes through the w t Fiori(la or South Georcia bv

washer, dryer and sizers ana into tne raU wU1 be eR0Ugh to last a lifetime

nands 01 tne pacicers wnere it is Anvwav vou cannot see or know the

wrapped and placed in boxes that are 0Id South through that medium; not

made m tne Basement oi tne piant m phanc ;n the world to hecome roallv

Dr. J. E. Chace has added his dollar

makes it $16. Some of you good dem- vpeef T achmef thf and truly acquainted. The rails do
n,rt, .nil in a w fnr- h o 1 does a11 the of the CTztes in not run in front of beautiful estates

j.:

ociiu cue viiiii.iii.ic icaob

we can

$20 on the first of the month. The
list now is:
Summerfield Chronicle $1.00
T. D. Lancaster Jr 1.00
Nathan Mayo 5.00
Star Publishing Company 2.00
W. L. Colbert 1.00
R. A. Burford 5.00
J. E. Chace 1.00

EIGHT YEARS AGO

Uncle Sam acts like he is also afraid
of the Turks.

Neither the Greeks nor their king
have amounted to much in the last
eight years.

Salvation is about the only thing
the tariff has left on the free list. We
steal this idea from Life.

Bayan sunk a German cruiser

two torpedo boats.

nor do they seek out the hills and
dales with their vistas of green trees

and sparkling lakes it is the wide,

wpll-snrfaced sand-clav roads which

opened lead JrOU hither an(j thither through a

country as appealing and attractive

as one could hope to find anywhere.

Misunderstandings and miscon

ceptions are at the bottom of most of

the unpleasant things in life whether

it be in matters of business, of poli

tics, of society. This particularly

true of the situation existing today

between the extreme sections of this

great State. When certain state-

by

Sept. 27, 1914. Germans

fire with heavy siege guns on Ant

werp.
After eighteen days of constant
fighting, with immense losses on both
sides, the Allies drove the Germans
from their positions along the Oise
and Aisne.
Two of the German forts at Tsing
Tao silenced by Japanese bombardment.

In the Baltic, the Russian cruiser lntg and accusati0ns are made

and

One Florida newspaper uses its

first page for editorial expression and

puts the news inside. We know a lot
of people who think their opinions are

jmore important. Billie Crane in St.

We are getting near beer, but we

doubt that anybody but a bootlegger J petersburg Times.

Yes, Billie, and there's one that puts

will ever get us nearer beer.

If South Florida wants to improve
its affairs in the next legislature, let
it try the experiment of an intelligent
and organized minority.

The wasters and grafters have
taken away enough from the govern government
ment government since the war ended to pay the
soldiers' and sailors bonus and then
some.

It is bad that so many Armenians
are massacred by the Turks, but if
the Armenians had as much backbone
as the Turks they would not be massacred.

They used to talk about needing

ladders to gatner tne ears or corn
from, some extra -fertile fields, but now

they say they need flying machines.

Our language grows.

its editorials on its last page, and

several that put them all the way
from the second to the twelfth. As

long as the subscribers don't kick,

why should you?

The Lakeland Star is making a for

tuitous blend of the editorials of Edi

tors Bloom and Brown. Its Monday's
issue contained one of Bloom's hard
hitting heavies on law enforcement,

which closely expressed our opinion.

In the same issue was an article by
Harry Brown, "Where Lives the Old

South," which was almost a poem in

prose. We reproduce the article in

another column.

There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
them.
SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.

ESSEX

PHONE 8

PRICES REDUCED
Effective September 22
Get These New Low Prices
Before Purchase of any Car
BRIDGES MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 291 OCALA, FLA. N. Main St.

y; 1?T !r?a

iiinm)imiiiiwtnH:t

OCKLAWABA VALLEY

RAILROAD COMPANY
THE SILVER SPRINGS ROUTE

Fastest and Most Direct Route
Between
PALATKA and OCALA

DAILY AND SUNDAY SERVICE
Leave Palatka daily 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala daily 11:00 A. M.

Leave Ocala daily 1:25 P. M.
Arrive Palatka daily.... 4:25 P. M.
Making connection with all Atlantic
Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line aft aft-ernon
ernon aft-ernon trains at Ocala, and all Florida
East Coast and Atlantic Coast Line
afternoon trains at Palatka.

STORAGE BATTERIES. $

FOR FORDS

LYONS and AMESCO
$20.00
Guaranteed for Twelve Months, and We
Make the Adjustments Here
In Ocala

the people of another part, those
statements are often based upon a
lack of knowledge, of the facts as

they exist.

Admitting that the lack of famili

arity, one section with another, is due

to inability to come into personal con

tact, it is encouraging to note that

this barrier is rapidly being removed

The agency employed is a good roads

system. The missing links between
West Florida and South Florida are
being filled in day by day and week

by week as fast as men and money

can be secured. Within two or three

years the two sections will be united

by State highways that will make
possible that delightful and intimate
acquaintanceship which alone can pre preserve
serve preserve to posterity the wonderful heri heritage
tage heritage which we call Florida.
The occasion for these reflections
is a recent visit to the Old South, as
revealed in that glorious country be between
tween between Thomasville, Monticello and
Tallahassee. Wide, smoth highways
run in all directions except to the
neninsular Dortion of Florida but this

If B. R. Riley, candidate for state omission ?" beinr niade good by the

i i j Z jl I

superinienaeni oi pudiic iiibuuvuuii, construction of State road No. 1 which

"Say it with flowers" and buy the!

ftowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf

Phone 516

HOLLY

Wonder if the big men of the Asso-!

ciated Press couldn't get together and
make rules to shut out such stuff as
the Poulin case and skeletonize all

other stories that have nastiness
them.

in

Thanks to the dear friend who sent
us that nice little dictionary. It is
mighty useful as a paper weight.
When we come to a word we can't
spell, we arise up and go to the big
unabridged on the other table.

does not look out, he will find his name

left off the ticket. We observe that

his petitions are not being received

with great cordiality at Tallahassee

Mr. Riley is outside the charmed

circle that crowns the hills of our
state capital, and the elect are not
anxious to see him break in.

Georges Carpentier is not sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently particular about the company he
keeps. He came to America to fight
a slacker, and in France the other
day he went into the ring against a
negro. He was beaten in both con

tests and it is time for him to
away back and sit down.

Governor Hardwick will appoint to
succeed Senator Watson a man who IVs human nature to Vse a bad
will serve until March 4 next. A sen- man when he does a Sood deed but to
ator to serve out Watson's unfinished accePt the life t,me sacrlfice of a
term will be chosen bv the neonle of ood man as a matter of fact. Ma-

x .

And matter of fact is what the

Georgia in the November election.

Our energetic city manager is win-i
ning the favor of the people for that i
form of municipal government. Mr. I

Brumby is a hustler and makes every'

world is built on.

j The Orlando Reporter-Star is mean
enough to say: "The Missouri dem-

body under his directions hustle, and!ocn?ts have selected the Goddess of
his work is directed by good judg- i berty as a party emblem to replace

ine aonKey. Aiier ineir recent &up-

ment.

The Ocala Steam Laundry has been
practically rebuilt, with brick, metal
and glass. It adds another handsome
business block to Ocala's industrial
buildings. The- laundry is putting
oilburning apparatus under its boil boilers,
ers, boilers, and will eease to use wood, thus
effecting a great saving.

(port of Reed, we think the jackass
would be more appropriate."

Here is another and very serious in indictment
dictment indictment of the "piney woods rooter."
Secretary E. C. Harrell, of the Georgia-Florida
Sawmill Association, is
quoted as saying that "Florida's
piney-woods hog destroys many mill millions
ions millions of dollars worth of potential pine

forest annually." A very good rea- Fresh home ground meal at the U-

son, in addition to many others, to de-j Serve Stores. Phones 195-614. 27-3t

If you have paid your poll tax for
1921, you can vote in the general elec election,
tion, election, or any other election this year.
If you haven't, you had better go to
Tax Collector Stripling and pay at
once if you want to vote.

within a couple of years, will be hard

surfaced all the way from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville westward to Madison. That
road will open the door to Florida and
act as a feeder to every section of the
State.
That people residing in the upper
tier of Florida counties and the coun counties
ties counties of southern Georgia are eager to
travel into South Florida, can best
be attested by the frequent ex expression
pression expression of the wish that there be
provided a surfaced highway down
the state. Those folks want to see
what we are and what we have just as

go badly as we ought to want to see them

and know what fine people they are.
They have a right to this and so have
we, so why raise a rumpus about
building roads in Florida that will act
as a common bond of friendship and
brotherliness.
The day is not far distant when an
interchange of visits will be an easy
matter to accomplish a few hours
journey from the southern and middle
sections of Florida to the wooded hills
with their winding roads, their corn,
their cattle, their livestock; to Monti

cello, to Tallahassee, to Thomasville, j
where dwell as hospitable and kindly j
people as the good Lord ever created. J

NTn onp can trulv appreciate t lorida ;

who does not know from personal ac
quaintance this rich treasure-house.

COME AND SEE

The 1923 Buicks on display at our
show rooms on Oklawaha avenue.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
Phone 8. 28-3t

COME AND SEE

The 1923 Buicks on display at our
show rooms on Oklawaha avenue.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
Phone 8. 28-3t

CWR&

Tread Gerd

Did You Get the Bottom
Price, After All?
The man who buys a "long discount tire raoaQy find hfnrwrff
troubled by the above qnearion.
Did he pay less for the tire than his neighbor mig have paid, or
actually did he pay more?
Did he get die bottom price, when all is said and rlonr, car cocdcE fee
perhaps have dri ven a sharper bargainZ
Was the net price really more than he might have had to pay far a
tire of established reputation and value?
In die belief that the average motorist prefer a frank and open
transaction, we built the new Goodyear Cioss-Rib Tread Coed and
discounted the "discount" in advance.
Instead oflisting it at a high price, to enable the dealer to at&act
you with a so-called "long diacxxaxS? e Dat it as too? as
profitably can
We build it of hJgivgrade kn&ctaple crtfflon, estas the yi retard
' Goodyear method of group-ply consfniflloBt, and sell it at a looser
price than you are asked to pay for many "long dlwrairti dses of
unknown worth.
Comport tbeseprkawtthKETpiicu yam tm it Jiidcjjt
30x3 Clincher...... $120 32x4 StnugteSclo.. $2450 Zy-r&SenS&tSAe.. $32J3

30x3K Straight Side..
32x3 Straight Side..
31x4 Straight Side..

1XSO
19.25
220

25-SO
3145

33x5 Smight S--ie--,'

33x4 Srr-nehtg-ic.,
3x4 Straight Side.
32xfS-r-ghl-k-..

Tiatfrtrts ImrM

Goodyear Cr&Jlib Tread Cord Tba c

FOB. SALE BY
McLEOD & WATERS
CORNER OSCEOLA & FORT KING
For Prompt Service Phone 170. Sturlebaker Automobiles International Trucks

3310

You have never seen such an array j
of saucy, snappy boy's TWO-PIECE j

SUITS as we have just received.
Jordan's Clothing Department. 27-tf

Fresh home ground meal at the U-

Serve Stores. Phones 195-614. 27-3t



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1922

Nccdham Motor Co
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
General Auto
Repairing
PHONE 232
Sewing Machines Repaired

WEDDING PARTY ENTERTAINED
AT SUPPER BY MISS EDWARDS

ANTHONY

Anthony. Sept- 27. Miss Dora Mae

After the rehearsal of the Miller-jCfaitty of Wildwood was the guest of

Davis wedding at the Presbyterian her sister, Mrs. J. D. Strange a lew

church last night the wedding party days last week.

was entertained at supper by Miss
Ava Lee Edwards, who is one of the
attendants. In the entrance hall and
in the big, hospitable living room of
the Edwards home jardinieres of gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous zinnias were used effectively.

The dining room, where the suppers

was served, was decorated with a
.color scheme of pink and green. Long
'sprays of pink vine with plumosa
Jfern festooned the window draperies
and sprays of the same brightened the
mantle and sideboard, with tall vases

. , , 'of pink roses adding much to the
Arrival and departure of passenger . ,.
ains at OCALA UNION STATION. Prettv decorations.
The following schedule figures pub- The table where the guests were

ished as mfoimation and not guar- seated and where an elaborate three-

finteed. . . irniirKf" snnnpr ra? sprvpH n-nc in tht

mm SCHEDULES

(Eastern Standard Time)

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p)Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
j)Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
'4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm

I SEVEN DAY SERVICE I

AUTO
REPAIR
SERVICE
Our plant is equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
We employ none but expert
workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us clean up and overhaul
your car. You'll be surprised at
the low cost of service in our
shop.
WE SELL
Fox Tires and Tubes
Cord 10,000 mile guarantee.
Fabric 6,000 mile guarantee.
STANDARD PRICES
Dll HIGHWAY-GJUUGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

shape of a T. From the chandelier

to the four corners of the head of the
table were suspended tulle streamers

cn which the pink love vine and plu plumosa
mosa plumosa fern made a dainty tracery, and
in the center of this was a wonderful
wedding cake, elaborately iced, and
swinging above it was a wedding bell,
symbolic of the one that was soon to
peal forth so merrily. The base of the
cake was banked in pink vine. Pink

Russell roses were used as a center centerpiece
piece centerpiece at the foot of the table.

Attractive place cards in the shape

of slippers filled with bride roses

were used and at each place were

dainty little favors filled with Jordan
almonds.

Miss Davis and Mr. Miller were
seated at the head of the table with
their attendants to the right and left
on either side. The softly shaded
lights casting a glowing radiance
over the snowy napery and the bright
gleaming silver, made a beautiful set setting
ting setting for the jolly party. As the last
course was served the cake was cut
by Miss Davis and then by the guests,
several of whom cut the thimble, but button,
ton, button, dime, etc., which it contained. A

novel feature was introduced when
toatsts for the bride and groom were

passed around. They were appro

priately decorated cards with rhymed

toasts for the bride and groom were

and to the cards were tied tiny little

satin sacks of rice, which were opened

and the bride and groom were shower

ed with the contents of the bags.

Miss Davis and Mr. Miller at this

time presented their attendants with

pretty gifts, the ladies receiving lin
gerie clasps and the gentlemen cig

arette cases and holders. Those pres

ent were Mr. and Mrs. Norton Davis,

Mrs. Phillip Murphy, Miss Mary Piatt,
Miss Byrd Wartmann, Miss Elisabeth

Burton, Miss Elizabeth Davis, Miss
Meme Davis, Miss Nina Camp and

Messrs. Guy Miller, C. C. Bennett,

Robert MacKay, Joe Borden, J. L. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Rev. W. F. Creson.

Miss Hattie Milligan left Friday for j

Eastoort. where she will teach school

this winter.

The Willing Workers Sunday school
class of the Baptist church gave a

purlo at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Fielding Friday night of last)
week. All present pronounced Mr. I
W. N. Fielding and Mr. J. D. Strange

fine purlo cookers.

The friends of Mr. Grady Harrison

regret very much to hear of his break breaking
ing breaking his arm last week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strange had as j

their guests Sunday Mrs. T. N.

Strange and Mrs. Mixon of Dunnellon

and Mr. S. R. Chitty and family of

Jacksonville.

Miss Jocie Parrish of Lake Butler,

visited friends here this week.

Miss Willard Bishop returned home

Sunday from a week's visit with her

sister, Mrs. E. R. Neff of Jacksonville.

Mr. Worthineton of Georgia hag

been visiting his sister, Mrs. G. L.

Glisson.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Chestnut have

been entertaining relatives from Haw

thorne for the past week.

Miss Caroline Pasteur, who is

teaching school in Weirsdale, spent j

Saturday and Sunday at home.

Mrs. Walsh and her daughter, Miss

Elizabeth, left Saturday for their

home in Savannah, Ga., after a visit!

with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beuchler.

Mr. Holmes Baskin and sister, Miss

Lillian Baskin and Mr. O. G. Jones,
returned home Monday after a two

weeks visit with relatives and friends

in Miami

Mr. C. C. Priest Jr. and family left

Monday for their new home in San-

ford. Mr. C. A. Ausley and family

have moved into Mr. Priest's home.

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Russell and Mr.

a s

nmpios
Ironized Yeast
Then Cupid

A Poutire Way to Hare and to Keep
a Clear, Pure, Lovable,
Kis table Skin
Copid has always said, I love
you, darling- little Clear-face, be because
cause because the sweetness of your soul is
revealed to me by the spotless tint
of heaven in your cherub skin. I

Ccpid Frowns at Pimples! Stop Skla
Krnptions With Irunised Yeast!
never stay long1 -where there are
piniples, 'cause X come from heaven,
un.i pimples never do." Cupid's
words ring true. Pimples belong to
rot ody's darling, no matter how
ir.iich of a darling you may be. With
the proper amount of vitamines and.
iron in your blood, pimples would be
a. tractica.1 impossibility. The re re-r.
r. re-r. :-r".:s bio power of yeast-vitamines
vhen properly ironized is proven by
tile results of Ironized Teast. This
i not a mere mixture of vitamines
: r.d ircn, bvt is yenst ironized. which
is a Eutistar.ee all by itself. Be sura
thnt you take only Ironized Yeast.
Your blood will be freed from im im-pu:'iticp.
pu:'iticp. im-pu:'iticp. ycur skin will clear almost
Tr.cpically, pimples and skin spots
vviii vanish. Ironized Teast is a
powerful builder of nerve force. It
is rcld at all drug stores at $1.00
a package. Each package contains
CO tablets, each tablet sealed by it-s.'-lf.
They never lose their power.
MTd only by Ironized Yeast Co.,
Atlanta. Ga. Start today to take Iron Ironized
ized Ironized Yeat, anr look out for substi substitutes
tutes substitutes and Imitations. There is only
one lionized Yeast produced in the
world. A clear skin is always a good
recommendation. It's yours for tha
asking.

Florida Auto Supply Company
distributors;

DAYTON TH'OROBRED'

TIRES AND TUBES

Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 7509 miles; Cords, 10,009
miles. We make the adjustments.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
Phone 291
314-320 Main Si. OCALA, FLA

Or:

NO MATTER WHAT THE TROUBLE-WE FIX IT

SENNEFFS
GARAGE
Phone 291

:Xy Florida Auto Supply

v2y

Company BTd'g
N. Main St.

uii iLiuio rtLraittOJ
AND RECHARGED

Welding, Lathe Work
All Work Guaranteed!

NO MATTER WHAT MAKE OF CAR-WE FIX IT

Travelo Knit Jackets and vest, New-

J. L. Wiley were visitors in Weirsdale Knit and Grenadine neckties and

Monday. heavy cord knit slip-over sweaters,

A number of young people enjoyed scriool day kind, are among the new

a peanut boiling at the home of Mr. arrivals at JORDAN'S men's wear

and Mrs. Ed Priest Tuesday evening, department this week. 27-tf

- m I

Mr. William Fielding is entertain

i f t Ml

mg a inena irom uainesvuie uu, w . th t $5 0Q

wee safety razor with each sale of a

Mr. Kaipn wanning returneu nume styleplug suit. JORDAN'S Clothing

PALATEA-OCALA

BUS LINE

SCHEDULE
leave Palatka 8:00 A

M.

Arrive ,0cala 12:00 M.
leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Falatka .... 6:00 P. M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Palatka leaving point, James hotel

Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Oranye Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Rodman.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

C. P. PH. LANS, Prop.
Ocala. Phene 527

(Evening Star Sept. 28, 1902)
Miss Daisy Milligan, the efficient
teacher in the Dunnellon school, came
to Ocala today to visit her parents and
get an additional register, the school
having grown so large, seventy pupils

being enrolled.
Richard S. Hall has bought the Dr.
Frederick place on Fort King avenue.
The trade was made this morning

through J. T. Lancaster and the con consideration
sideration consideration was $2000 cash. The prop property
erty property is one of the handsomest resi

dences in the city and Mr. Hall is for

tunate to secure it.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Sept. 28, 1912)
Miss Kate Walker of Clinton, Ky.,
will be the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Rex Todd this winter.
Mr. Paul Gates has gone to Atlanta

to re-enter the dental college.
A card mailed by Dr. Walter Hood
from Anderson, S. C, says that he
was slightly burned on the face and

Tuesday evening from a business trip DeDartment.
1 T-t 1 1

to soutn norma.
Mr. J. L. Wiley, Misses Aline Pad Padgett,
gett, Padgett, Lucile and Dorris Russell spent
a few days in Palatka this week.
Miss Chloe Olds left Wednesday
night for Dasher College, near Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, Ga., where she will enter for
the coming term.

School will open here Monday, Oc October
tober October 2nd.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Leitner returned
home Tuesday from a two weeks visit

with their son. Mr. John Leitner of

Lake Wales.
Mrs. C. Milligan has been quite ill

at her home here. Her friends hope

to see her out again soon.

Mr. C. W. Laffertv left this week

for Mcintosh.
Mr. J. F. Collier came home Mon
day from a trip to South Florida.

27-tf

New HATS weekly. FISHEL'S. tf

The favorite with those
whose purchases dm
influenced hy quality.
Sood to the kst drop"

RIC. U.S. PAT. OFF.

DUNNELLON

Dunnellon, Sept. 27. Mrs. W. H.

Hoffman and Emma and Wall moved)
to Jacksonville last week. Mr. Hoff- j

man will remain in Dunnellon for the

present. We regret to lose this esti

mable familv and trust this mova

will not be permanent.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nagle of Balti

more, Md., were the weeke-end guests

of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Benson.

Mrs. D. B. Kibler left Tuesday for

a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Herman

Watson in Lakeland.

Charles Tullis Jr. celebrated his j
tenth birthday last Wednesday with a j

delightful party, many little friends

being present and numerous gifts j
were received, among which was a j
bicycle from his father and Charles

is thoroughly enjoying many delight-

left leg bv the explosion of an alcohol f ul rides. The little guests enjoyed j

Mil SPIES WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
container.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167

can. The doctor wrote that he felt
fine but on account of his burns must
look fierce.

Mr. William Hocker has returned
from his two months' trip in the far
west. He visited British Columbia
and many of the places of interest in
that country and enjoyed some fine
hunting.

STEP UP AND SIGN

There is a paper at the Court
Pharmacy awaiting the signatures of
those who pledge themselves to help

'bear the expense of obtaining a play

by play telegraphic report of the
World's Series. If you are a fan, step
up and sign.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANb BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ortractor in the city.

COME AND SEE

The 1923 Buicks on display at our
show rooms on Oklawaha avenue.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
Phone 8. 28-3t

Telephone 471-Blue for wood. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot $3.50 per cord. The best of red
oak and pine at $2.50 per strand.
Prompt delivery. Earl Gibbons, North
Osceola. 21-18-t

many games on the lawn and were

then invited indoors where the dining
room was prettily decorated in pink
and green as was also the big birth

day cake with its ten little pink and
green candles. Charles cut the cake

and it was served with ice cream,
much to the enjoyment of his little

friends.

The Junior Christian Endeavor

gave a soecial missionary program

Sunday afternoon which was enjoyed

by about twenty-five juniors, many of
whom took part in the program. The
Junior Endeavor organization has

grown rapidly since organization six
weeks ago, new members joining ev every
ery every meeting and there are now twen

ty-eight en rolled who are doing good

work.

Messrs. Bob Bryan Jr., Will Met

calf, McDaniel, Cleve Williams and
W. H. Hoffman motored through

South Florida Sunday morning via
Orlando Monday and report a splendid

trip.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Metcalf and Dr.
Huntley motored to Jacksonville
Tuesday to attend the South Georgia
and Florida Rexall convention.

Advertise in the Evening Star.

LIGHT-SIX

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Present prices are the loweet
gt which StudebakerLight-Six
doted cars have everbeen sold.
Yet the intrinsic values are
emphatically the greatest
Studebaker ever offered. This
means they are the best values
that the industry affords, be because
cause because Studebaker cars have
. always been above par in the
amount of value per dollar
invested.
Capacity productinn and the
savings resulting from Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker methods of complete
manufacture make these low
prices possible.
Light-Six closed cars ere
sturdily built of finest mate materials,
rials, materials, and best workmanship.
The bodies ere the product of

Studebaker skill and crafts craftsmanship,
manship, craftsmanship, and the prices of
$1550 for the Sedan and $1225
for the Coupe-Roadster are no
index to their inherent value.
When you buy a car you
wantto look at several makes.
Include Studebaker in your
list and after you have ridden
in the Light-Six Sedan or
Coupe-Roadster it will not be
difficult to make up your mind.
The foundations of Stude Stude-bafrcr
bafrcr Stude-bafrcr success are quality,
durability, comfort and integ integrity
rity integrity principles thathave been
upheld steadfastly by Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker for eeventy years. You
can depend upon Studebaker
automobiles because of the
name they bear.

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OCALA, I LA, PHONE 170

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1922

MAIL RECEPTACLE
OR SLOT REQUIRED

On account of the delays caused to
carriers at dwelling houses where no
door slot or mail receptable is provid provided,
ed, provided, and the fact that a large majority
oi dwellings are thus equipped al already,
ready, already, it seems timely, within a reas reasonable
onable reasonable period, to require all who re receive
ceive receive mail by street carriers at their
dwellings to provide such accommo accommodations,
dations, accommodations, the expense of the same be being
ing being small. I am therefore instructed
by the department to require that all
dwellings be provided with door slots
( preferably f or mail receptacles.
It is not the department's desire or
mine, of course, that any shall be de deprived
prived deprived of delivery by this require requirement,
ment, requirement, but rather it is earnestly hoped
that all will see the reasonableness
of it and its advantages to them themselves
selves themselves as well as to the carriers. But
if it finally becomes necessary mail
delivery will be discontinued where no
door slots or receptacles are provided.
I hereby give due notice that all
dwellings must be provided with

either slots or receptacles by Dec. 31 j

a; the very latest, but I hope that this
can be accomplished much sooner.
Very respectfully,
R. P. Rogers, Postmaster.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.

This is the last Thursday half holi holiday
day holiday of 1922.

HELP THE AUTHORITIES
DESTROY THE MOSQUITOES

The grammar and primary schools
open Monday morning.
New York, Atlantic City, Washing Washington
ton Washington are easily reached through use of
Merchants & Miners steamers, Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.

Mr. Mack Taylor is a business visi visitor
tor visitor to Gainesville today.

Mr. Frank Gates is enjoying
sights of the national capital.

the

Just received, Ballard's Obelisk
Flour. Let us supply your grocery
needs. Main Street Market. Phone
108. S. Main street. 22-tf

The recent attempt to scale Mt.
Everest required 50 collies and 350
yaks to carry, climbing material.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading1 are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.

FOUND Straw hat. Was left at the
Star office Wednesday. Looks like
one worn by an automobile dealer.
Call at the business office of the
Star, identify property, pay suitable
reward and get the hat.

FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring in
good condition, tires practically
new. Small cash payment down, bal balance
ance balance easy terms. Priced low for
quick sale. McLeod & Waters, the
Studebaker dealers. Phone 170. 28 6t
FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished for light housekeeping,
with hot and cold water in baths.
Rooms are reasonable and a money
saving proposition. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 27-tf

FOR RENT A furnished three-room
apartment on the first floor, with
private bath. Apply to Mrs. P. A.
Durand, 614 East Adams, St., phone
579. 27-tf

FOR SALE 1922 Dodge touring
bought new last November. Has
had exceptional care. Tires good,
equipped with bumper, back tilting

steering wheel, etc. Runs good as
new car. Ask for demonstration.
Terms. McLeod & Waters, Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker dealers. Phone 170. 28-6t
FOR SALE Spring hatched White
Leghorn roosters, from good laying
strain. Price $3 each. Come out
and get first choice. K. Wilson,
Silver Springs Poultry Farm. 26-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs apartment,
furnished. Phone 207-Blue. Mrs.
W. V. Newsom, 1129 East Fort
King avenue. 20-tf
FOR SALE Library table and other
household furniture. Call at 521 E.
Oklawaha avenue. 9-19-tf

Mr. Gracy Thompson is now one of

the salesmen in Jordan & Co.'s. neat

haberdashery.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,

who have spent the summer in Ashe-

ville, are expected home this week.

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

Mr. Roy Gates now owns the second
of the three new Nash cars that J. J.
Blalock unloaded the first of this

week.

Mrs. Wilbur Smith and children are
in town from Sanford for a few days'
visit with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs.
Gibb McRae.

There have probably been more mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes in Ocala this summer than
usual, due to the prolonged rainy sea season,
son, season, streets being torn up, etc. There
is a general epidemic of dengue all
over the state and Ocala has her por portion,
tion, portion, and will continue to have until

the mosquitoes are eliminated.

The city manager and city health
officer are working to rid the city of
mosquitoes, but can do very little
without the co-operation of every one.
The city is draining all standing wa water
ter water possible and oiling the rest, but

these large ponds are only a few "of

the places where mosquitoes are

breeding. More mosquitoes come from

the back yards in the city than any

other place. If only the householder
would take a few minutes time and
inspect his own premises or mosquito
breeding places and eliminate these

places, the problem would be solved

Mosquitoes only breed in standing

v ater and a few empty tin cans,

empty bottles, rain barrels, cisterns
and eave-troughs stopped up with

leaves furnish sufficient breeding
places to infest a whole neighborhood

with mosquitoes. It is obviously im

possible for the city to police every

yard in town every week, and it is the

duty of every citizen to clean up his

own premises.

The city is attempting to care for

the vacant lots, but it has been dem

onstrated that very few of these con

tain any standing water sufficiently
long to breed mosquitoes. If any one
knowing of any vacant lot which does
contain standing water will phone the
city manager's office efforts will be

made to either drain off the water or

oil it.

COME AND SEE

Dr. Reed's cushion sole shoes for
men make a scientific treatment for
your feet. Only- at E. C. Jordan &
Company's store. 20-tf

Mrs. Clarence Camp and daughter,
Miss Nina Camp, arrived home yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a summer spent in Europe.

Cousin Eddie Helvenston smiles
wider and wider every day. His fam family
ily family will be home from the North
Carolina mountains Friday.

Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c. and 10c. packages and ?2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf

FOR SALE 1921 Ford sedan in first
class condition throughout. Your
opportunity to get a good closed
car for winter at a bargain. Terms.
McLeod & Waters, the Studebaker
dealers. Phone 170. 28-6t
FOR SALE Nine room house and lot
adjoining Catholic church on Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue. Address Box 521,
Micanopy, Fla. 9-19-12t

FOR RENT Two unfurnished apart apartments:
ments: apartments: 6 rooms and bath; sleeping
porches; private entrance; front
and back porches. Recently remod remodeled
eled remodeled throughout. Cor. Ocklawaha
and Anthony road. Mrs. S. A. Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, 447 Ocklawaha avenue. 9tf
FOR SALE Two fresh Jersey cows.
Apply to Berry Carter, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 25-6t
FOR RENT Three furnished roms.
FOR SALE Auto shed and hot
water gas heater. Inquire of Mrs.
Geo. F. Young. 215 S. Tuscawilla
St., Phone 5434.44 25-6t
FOR RENT Furnished house ready
to occupy now. Apply Mrs. T. C.
Carter, Carter's Baker. 9-2-tf

MUSIC Will take pupils in violin,
piano and voice with theory lessons
free. Terms reasonable. Will offer
classes in history of music, sight
singing, dictation and ear training
for small free. Special attention
given out of town pupils. Write or
call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala. Phone
305. 15-tf
FOR SALE Upright piano cheap.
Phone 5G8. 23-6t

Rev. W. F. Cresori arrived home
yesterday afternoon from a month's
vacation spent in Augusta, Ga. Mrs.
Creson and children expect to remain
longer.

Mr. T. T. Munroe, Mrs. Allen Walk-

ley and Mrs. Walkley's sister, Miss

Murray and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt expect

to leave Asheville tomorrow morning

in Mr. Munroe's car. They will prob

ably arrive in Ocala Tuesday.

The more you see of our methods of
handling fresh meats the better you
like it. Come and see us. Main Street
Market Phone 108. 22-tf

The 1923 Buicks on display at our

show rooms on Oklawaha avenue.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,

Phone 8. 28-3t

LITTLE GIRL NEEDS A HOME

A little girl, left dependent, needs

a home with some good family. Is

smart and will-behaved and will re repay
pay repay the care given her. For further
information, see Mr. M. M. Little, at
his shoe store on West Broadway.

MILK ORDINANCE

The new milk ordinance recently

passed by the city contains the fol following
lowing following provisions:

A dairy is defined as any person or

persons selling milk or cream within
the corporate limits of the city of

Ocala.

A permit must be secured from the

city health officer and a license fee of

S5 per year for less than five cows

and ?10 for five cows or more, before

milk can be sold.- Milk and cream can
only be retailed in bottles which have
been filled at the dairy. They must
not be filled on the doorstep from a
can.

Dairies must have an inspection
grade of 60 per cent based on the
United States Department of Agri

culture dairy form score card. Milk
must contain not less than 3 per

cent milk fat and cream 15 per cent
milk fat.
No milk can be sold containing
more than 250,000 bacteria per cubic

centimeter.

RTH WHILE

-ON

Miss Mary Marshall, superintendent
of the Marion County Hospital, who
has been in West Virginia for the
past month, is expected home Monday.

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant

Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

i Hats, Suits, Shirts, Shoes,

j Neckwear, Etc.

Our enormous and complete stock of
Men's Clothing and Furnishings, just
arrived, to be sold at
25 REDUCTION

We are starting the season right.
These are honest-to-good ness reduc reductions.
tions. reductions. Let as prove these prices.

Mrs. R. J. Rivers and children, who
have been spending the summer at
Pablo Beach, have returned to Ocala.

Miss Ella Mae Rivers, who has
been in Ocala for a short time, return returned
ed returned to Jacksonville today.

Mrs. C. K. Sage is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Pitts, at Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, Ga.

You may be in a bad business; but
suppose you ran a life insurance
company in Ireland? Toledo News-Bee.

Sizes

and Styles to
Everybody

Suit

Palm Beach suits and white flannel
trousers cleaned and pressed right.
Counts Dry Cleaning Plant. Phone
605. No. 216 South Main St. 29-tf

The union church in North Ocala
has been holding interesting services
all this week at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and at 7:45 at night, conduct conducted
ed conducted by Rev. McClellan and Rev. Wal Wal-don,
don, Wal-don, the latter being an excellent
singer and making the musical pro programs
grams programs very enjoyable. The attendance
has been excellent, much interest be being
ing being shown by all. A special course in
Bible reading has been conducted
which has proven beneficial. The
members and friends of the church
are so pleased with these gentlemen
that they are trying to make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to hold services all of next
week. The general public is extended
a cordial invitation to attend these
meetings.

France's idea about reparations is
that if any nation is opposed to'em,
It doesn't have to take any. Dallas
News.

NEW BULBS!
Chinese Lilies
Hyacinths
Jonquils
Narcissus
Freesia
Naslusiums
Sweet Peas
G. G. GREENE
Druggist and Seedsman

"Fashion Park" and "Society Brand"
Clothes. "Crossett" and "FIorsheiirT
Shoes. Exclusive agents for Ladies'
"Red Cross" Shoes.

Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. O. D.

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Always a Saving Never an Expense
Ice is the one home necessity that always pays fcr itself many
times over. Now that the fall and winter months are coming
around, keep that in mind for your own household good. Yon will
save on food bills and protect your family's health by keeping food

in the proper way in a well iced refrigerator, no ntnri inff i
. properly protects the purity of food, so ice is a mighty low prem-
T m i n x i ill.

mm 10 pay ior sucn excellent neaiin insurance.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO., Ocala, Fla.

Fresh home ground meal at the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve Stores. Phones 195-614. 27-3t

A letter from Dr. C. L. Collins, at
Daytona Beach, informs us that he
has greatly enjoyed his vacation and
expects to be home Saturday. He
will preach to his congregation at the
Baptist church Sunday morning and

evening.

The numerous friends of that clever
and industrious boy, J. W. Crosby Jr.,
will be glad to know that he has a
good position at Jersey City with the
Jersey Central Railway, and is pull pulling
ing pulling down his share of the long green.

We never sacrifice quality to sell
at a low price. Our meats are the
BEST to be had. Main Street Market,
Phone 108. 22-tf

New HATS weekly. FISHEL'S. tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis expect to
leave in their car tomorrow for Brad Brad-entown,
entown, Brad-entown, where they will be guests of
their daughter, Mrs. Karl Roesch.
They will return "Sunday accompanied
by their son, Malcolm, who has been
visiting his sister for several months.

Miss Nellie Stevens has been busy
for the past month remodeling her
residence on E. Third street, making
it into two modern apartments. The
work is almost completed now and the
upstairs apartment has been rented
to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege, who will
move in shortly.
Dr. M. C. Izlar left this afternoon
for New York to be on hand at the
World's series of baseball games. He
goes via the Clyde Line from Jacl-sorville.

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c. and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight and
son of North Carolina, who have been
the guests of Mrs. Knight's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rivers, in Pablo
Beach and Ocala, have gone out to Mr.
Rivers' farm where they will make
their home.

MONEY TO LOAN on Ocala real
estate, preferably for not less than
three years. Address P. O. Box 577,
Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
Every mother knows the advantage
of two pair of pants with each suit
for her sturdy boy. We offer this ad advantage
vantage advantage at no extra cost. JORDAN'S
Clothing Department. 27-tf

Automobile

Repairing j

w ime we uu au muus ux re repair
pair repair work on cars and trucks, we
make a specialty of Reboring
Cylinders, Welding, Valve Grind Grinding
ing Grinding and Electrical Work.
WILLIAMS GARAGE
Phone 597 Night Phone 408

OUR PHONES
243 and 174
YOURS FOK SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

SASH

DOOZ?

Geo. Hay ii Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE

HIGH GRADE PAINT g

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Sweet Up! -Everybody!
SOUTHLAND DEMONSTRATION
AT U-SERVE STORE NUMBER 2
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

Southland Strawberry Jam
Southland Grapefruit Jam
Southland Orange Jam
Southland Guava Jam
Southland Guava Butter
Southland Guava Jelly

in

SOUTHLAND PUNCH Free on Snnday at Davidson's
fall for SOUTHLAND Products at all Stores Made

Lakeland. We Use the Duplex Tops Easy to Open
Southland Citrus Products Co.

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51



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